The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 25, 1963 · Page 2
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Panthers, Indians In Finals It's the Williamsburg Panthers versus the Pomona Indians in the "A" and "B" championship finals of the Franklin County League basketball tournament. That's the way it was predicted, but for awhile last night it looked as though it wasn't going to be that way in the "A" division. The Lane Lions gave the crowd COMBINATION MAN — L. C. Haughn is superintendent, principal and basketball coach at Quenemo. Since graduation from Ottawa University in 1936, Haughn-coached small high school teams have won more games than you could shake a stick at. (Herald Photo) Principal, Superintendent And Quite A Cage Coach "Greatest," Says Clay Of Himself PITTSBURGH (AP) - Chirping "I'm the greatest" after easily disposing of Charley Powell in the round he called, irrepressible Cassius Clay offered to fight two boxers in one night "and get it over with." Clay, the sport's 21-year-old prognosticating poet, referred Thursday night to his next heavyweight fight with Doug Jones and a possible rematch after that with Billy Daniels. He had just finished playing punching bag with Powell's head by knocking him out at 2 minutes, 4 seconds of the third round and was chattering incessantly. The victory was his 17th straight without a loss and his 14th by knockout. "Jones must fall in six," Cassius predicted about his March 13 fight in New York's Madison Square Garden. "Daniels must fall in two. I'd like to fight Daniels and Jones in one night and get it over with." Clay's ambition is to become the youngest heavyweight champion in boxing history by beating Sonny Liston by next November. By A. I. VAN CLEAVE To the little children in the hall, he's a rather nice Mr. Haughn and they go out of their way to speak to him. To the teachers, he's the boss and a good one. To some Kansas high school basketball referees, he's an occasional floorside heckler. This is L. C. Haughn, school superintendent, grade school principal and high school basketball coach at Quenemo. Since graduation from Ottawa University in 1936, Haughn has cast his lot, interest, talent and energy with the small Kansas high school. His teams have won more basketball games than he can readily count. There are people at Strawn and Formosa who must recall the years when Haughn guided teams into state tournaments. These people have only their memories and went to the state tournament twice. Here it was that he had only six boys on his team during one period and they won 28 games n a row. His Formosa teams won 116, lost 25 and placed third in the state one year. His teams at Strawn won 77, lost 4 and went to the state meet twice. It was at Strawn where Haughn and his boys almost now—they no schools. longer have high They remember him at Quincy where he went after graduation from OU, and at Clements. They no longer have high schools either. Haughn also is without a high school alma mater. He was graduated in 1932 from Rantoul High in Franklin County, a school that closed after the 1961-G2 year. Haughn played on the only Rantoul team that ever won the Franklin County tournament. He didn't make the basketball team at OU but lettered in tennis. Haughn coached and taught one year at Quincy, four at Clements, three at Olivet, three at Strawn, six at Formosa, two at Colony, three a( Redding and is in his fifth year at Quenemo. He held administrative jobs at some of the schools. His Olivet teams won 73, lost 7 BATTERY WEAK? Install A NEW AUTO-LITE STA-FUL or 23 Under Par At San Francisco SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-A traffic jam of 23 par busting pros led by Pennsylvanian Art Wall and Texas youngster Jacky Cupit had turned the 50,000 San Francisco open into a wide open affair over Harding Park's bumpy greens as they went into the second round today. Wall, 39, eagled his final hole to come in with a big smile as he and Cupit, 24, from Longview in the East Texas oil fields, took advantage of bright, sunny weather to shoot pace setting 67s, four under par. Cupit touched up his first round card with four birdies. Only one stroke back of the leaders at 68 were Charlie Sif- foro, Phil Rodgers, Bobby Nichols, Dick Mayer and a young University of Texas graduate, Terry Dill. Grouped at 69 for the first of four rounds in this 72-hole tourney were Bud Holscher, Wes Ellis, Jr., George Knudson, Gardner Dickinson, Jr., Miller Barber Buster Cupit (brother of Jacky), last week's Crosby winner Billy Casper and Jack Bissegger. U. S. Open titlist Jack Nickiaus came up with a painful hip which impeded his hitting. He took a 76. South African Gary Player flew into San Francisco at 3 a.m. Thursday, only hours before teeing off, and shot a so-so 74. He said he was just plain travel weary. Last year's winner, Gene Littler, toured Harding in a one under 70. made Life magazine. Focusing on the small high school and its caliber of basketball, Life sent a man to Strawn. He shot some pictures around the school and followed the team to the state tournament. The championship was to be the crown for the magazine spread. But Strawn lost its first game, after leading 18-2 after the first quarter, and the pictures never were published. Redding under Haughn won 56. lost 22 and went to the state tournament once. Haughn didn't coach the first two years he was at Quenemo. The team here, under Devine Montoya, now football coach and assistant basketball coach, won the state Class BB title in 1960 Despite his heckling, Haughn is sympathetic with the basketball referee. "It's hard to officiate now, because of the crowd and the speed," he said. He believes the game should be returned to the one-official stage. "As it is," he said, "one official will wait to see if the other will call something until it's too late to call it." Haughn has come along through the small high schools to a role and a school that obviously give him great satisfaction. Quenemo has a 3-year-old grade and high school building that is beautiful inside and out. It offers a va- Top Scorer Practices At Night NEW YORK (AP)-The nation's No. 1 major college basketball scorer is so dedicated to the sport that he practices by moonlight in the dead of night during summer vacation. Nick Werkman of Seton Hall University, who tops the country with a 32.8 per game average, talked about his practicing moonlighting today a few hours before the Seton Hall-Boston College game at South Orange, N.J. "I like to practice every chance I get," Werkman said, "so when I'm home in Trenton during the summer and it's a nice night my brothers and I usually go over to the school yard for a shooting ses- GRANT EXTRA DUTY Battery We Feature the "Always Fresh" Dry Batteries to fit All Cars, Trucks and Tractors. All Sizes including Large Group 4 Down to Foreign Car Sizes. HARRY SMITH AUTO SUPPLY 110 S. Main CH 2-1522 College Basketball Oklahoma City 78. Baylor 55 Canisius 74, Connecticut 05 Miami 71, Houston 70 Gonzaga 61, Montana St. Coll. 5 Fort Lewis, Colo. A&M 65, Colorado College 61 Bemidji 75, N. Dakota St. 72 Warrensburg State 85, Emporia State 79 McPherson 78, Kansas Wesleyan 59 Tabor 104, St. Mary of the Plains 96 Junior College Joplin 88, Wentworth 63 riety of high school courses. Haughn, himself, class in economics teaches and one in psychology. He likes the small school students, too, these small town and rural boys and girls. "They're refreshing and unspoiled," he said, "though that is changing a bit." One of the seniors is Sandra, a cheerleader, daughter of L. C. The couple leaching at and has Lora Haughn. a son, Jack, Paxico. in Ottawa University's Wilson Field House a treat and Williamsburg a scare before the Panthers pulled out a 44-36 victory in one of two semi-final games. Pomona handled Princeton, 5932, in the other semi-final game to reach the finals. There are no games tonight, and the tournament will end Saturday night with the "B" championship game at 6:30, "A" consolation at 7:45 and the "A" championship game at 9. Mike Kuder and Jim Wylie, both juniors, sparkled as Coach Clayton True's Lane Lions kept Williamsburg in hot water until late in the final period, last night. The Panthers led 16 - 10 after the first period and 21-17 at halftime/ Lane tied it at 27-27 with less than two minutes left in the third. Mike scored 17 points and Jim 13 for Lane. Fred Buckley was high for the Panthers with 14. Pomona jumped off to a 17-5 first-quarter lead over Princeton and was never in danger. Roger Shoemaker scored 20 points for the night's best performance to lead Coach Carlin Nalley's Indians. Princeton, which had beaten Richmond Monday night to gain a semi-finals berth, was led by David Rukes and John Sutton, each with 8 points. The Orioles handled the ball well but were cold.on shooting, both from the field and free throw line. The Pomona "B" team beat Princeton, 47-32, last night to win a spot against Williamsburg in the Saturday night finals. Here's individual scoring in last night's games: "A" Division WILLIMASBURG - 44: Binns, 303; Milliken, 402; Goodwill, 312; Buckley, 622; Ransom, 1 0 2; Piersol, 153. Totals, 18 814. LANE - 36: Kuder, 7 3 2; Brown, 023; Baxter, 101; Stevens, 101; Wylie, 611; Stiffler, 002. Totals, 15 6 10. POMONA — 59: Shoemaker, 6 81; Goracke, 513; Ldndsey, 2 0 5 Nelson, 523; R. Altic, 5 2 2. Totals, 23 13 14. PRINCETON - 32: Rukes, 4 0 5; Sutton, 3 2 5; McCurdy, 1 0 1; Cannady, 102; Cowdin, 2 2 0 Ralston, 0 1 0; Moore, 2 0 0; Hull, 001. Totals 13 6 14. "B" Division POMONA — 47: Crawford, 3 4 4; Lands, 600; Pruett, 331; THREE-ARM REACH — Looks as though Williamsburg's Phil Piersoi (No. 21) has three arms as he grabs rebound in Franklin County tournament game with Lane. One arm belongs to Lane player. Williamsburg won, 44-36, to gain finals against Pomona. Identifiable players are Williamsburg's Cliff Goodwill (No. 22) and Fred Buckley (No. 20). (Herald Photos) Bowting Roundup sion. Nick, weighs playing school in Trenton. 20, stands 6-foot-3 and 190 pounds. He started basketball in grammar Pro Basketbal] Thursday's Results Boston 111, St. Louis 109 San Francisco 138, Detroit 114 Today's Games St. Louis at Boston Cincinnati at New York Detroit at Chicago Syracuse vs. Los Angeles at San Diego Saturdav's Games Chicago at Cincinnati Syracuse at San Francisco Pepsi Keeps Top Spot In Classic Robbins, 200; Schroeder, 6 0 1; Fritts, 002. Totals, 20 7 8. PRINCETON - 32: Ecord, 2 0 1; P. Sand, 0 0 2; Pole, 0 1 4; M. Sand, 3 1 1; Hamilton, 511; Ratliff. 411. Totals 14 4 10. For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobile* See Dean Berlin, Aqent 109 E Second Phone CH 2-2804 OTTAWA BOWL 413V;; N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 McPherson Nails KWU By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS McPherson made its Kansas Conference record 5-4 with a 7859 decision over Kansas Wesleyan now 1-7. Both teams had hot scoring bursts, but McPherson had the most. Wesleyan started with a 13-7 lead. McPherson got ahead at 17-16 and in four minutes had a 31-16 bulge. In two minutes, Wesleyan zoomed from a 37-20 deficit to trail 37-31 at halftime. McPherson's point spread ranged from 3 to 20 in the second half. Deryl Elmore hit 25 points for McPherson and Ray Thome 24 for Wesleyan. Pepsi Cola continued to lead in the men's Classic League at Ottawa Bowl with Ralph Kampschroeder hitting a 582-pin series last night and Pepsi scoring four wins over the Ottawa Bowl. Ralph rolled for 234 his high game. Ottawa Bowl is second-ranked with 46 wins, just eight games behind Pepsi with 54 wins. Budge's Hardware, with 65 wins after last night's competition in the Thursday Night La- died League, is 20 points ahead of the nearest contender, Bie- nie's Garage. Helen Wenthe downed 494 pins last night, helping Budge's to three more victories over Bienie's. Bienie's now has 45 wins, A. Fredeen rolled an 177-pin game last night for the highest individual game score in the women's league. Hopkins scored a 556-pin series, contributing to Litwin's three triumphs over Colberns last night in the AMF League at the Royal T. The team is in first place. B. Pogue was high scor- THURSDAY N1TE LADIES Bonds Cleaners — 2 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. L. Lollar .......... 124 A. Pretleen ....... 137 I. Harsh .......... 154 J. Speer .......... 151 N. Loilar ......... 147 Mann-Hell— Z V. Wallace ........ 138 N. Thrasher ...... 105 R. Smith .......... 131 M. Junes .......... 93 I Cardie .......... 106 V. Dodd 120 100 135 133 129 129 177 133 158 123 373 414 422 442 399 146 170 454 105 398 362 421 293 143 126 171 137 124 143 144 166 Bienlns Garage t, Body Shop— I H. Skllllng ...... 110 114 109 P. Toumberlin .... 138 92 133 333 363 362 465 392 M. McMillen 129 111 122 W. Bien 150 162 153 B. Kersli y 110 149 133 Budge's Hardware—3 V. Foster 1611 135 R. Wieneke 124 163 L. Kelm 98 135 P Kramer 106 97 H. Wenthe 165 181 lli'autyland—1 M. Burns 123 168 114 405 M. Miller 1'07 146 124 377 S. Brill 92 114 109 315 M. Ishang 90 116 104 309 M. Ainsworth 165 156 135 456 Townern—it F. Young .. ....... 78 81 112 A. Allman 97 133 100 D. CloUelter 113 85 116 A. Bell 133 111 112 E. McDanle] 153 157 152 150 445 122 409 123 356 113 318 148 494 271 330 314 356 461 CLASSIC Ottawa Insulation—2 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. M, Jones 161 C. Poster 132 H. Baldwin 146 A. Mletchen W. Jones . Kitty Clover—!! L. Akers 144 148 160 L. Thomas 126 B. Hollon 134 K. Hollon 147 H. Tucker 155 Edmlstoni—I K. Jones 154 M. Blrckhead 171 C. Worl 94 B. Miller 178 A. Gilbert 158 Pence Groc.—0 B. Jones 156 129 133 171 168 Pepil-Cola—4 N. Brown 156 R. Johnson 170 B. Hull 175 J. Snider 181 R. Knm.p 181 Ottawa Bawl—0 O. Ogle 19J D. Cordle 158 L. Cordle 156 C. Cordle 195 K. Cordle 142 J. Taylor .. . J. Cole O. Fllnsbaugh W. Fllnsbaugh 146 164 174 140 137 125 114 169 175 145 144 169 135 150 164 117 159 134 159 115 422 118 414 107 427 117 401 146 431 118 403 137 377 159 462 148 470 179 479 198 143 165 148 162 496 483 394 477 485 170 443 159 447 137 394 134 464 178 146 492 170 183 160 182 156 168 218 173 167 234 161 153 128 148 189 168 170 201 165 145 509 512 499 573 582 517 481 485 508 476 HUGHES CUES Is that Bathroom CGLD these mornings — We have a few $14.95 ELECTRIC HEATERS we are closing out for er at Royal T Lanes with a 232- pin game and a 591-pin series for Pepsi Cola. Team results and individual scores in the Ottawa Bowl leagues appear elsewhere on this page. Here are team results and high individual scores in the AMF League: AMF LEAGUE (Mcn'i) Colbern'j—1 High 10 — Lemon-McCleary. 1M High 30 — McCleary, 519 Litwin'i—S High 10-30 — Hopkins, 196-558 Peterion'i Maionrjr—•0 High 10-30 — Rader, 201-532 Cheney's—4 High 10 — Oexman, 224 High 30 — Honn, 525 Brown's Hardware—1 High 10 — Carlson, 186 High 30 — Humerlckhouse, 472 Pepsi-Cola—3 High 10-30 — Pogue, 232-591 Blue Moon—3 High 10-30 — Moody, 178-501 Dutch Boy Palnti—1 High 10-310 — J. Hittt, 191-503 Braves To Play Swedes Tonight The Ottawa University Braves will meet the Bethany College Swedes at Lindsborg this evening in a Kansas Conference basketball game. Monday evening, Jan. 28, the Braves will go to Salina for ft conference game with the Kansas Wesleyan Coyotes. Next home game for the Braves will be Friday, Feb. 1, when they will be hosts to the Threshers of Bethel College, Newton. 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