OHS Still Unbeaten In EKL; Argentine Ain't Cyclones Alone On Top Of Pile By CONRAD DOWNING If you need some helpful hints on how to cook up a first place berth in a hot basketball race, just ask H. K. Stevens for his recipe. Last night, the Cyclones stewed the Argentine Mustangs in a battle for East Kansas League supremacy, 58-40, on the Mustang's home floor. Stevens' answer would be a lot of sauce, such as Roy Dunn, plus a bit of seasoned veteran, Harry Morton, two tough customers in Jim Lewis and Eddie Davidson and just that right shade of green as in Ronnie Mendell, sophomore guard. All that adds up to protection and a belting for challengers. The big Red placed its perfect league mark 3-0, on the line against Argentine and picked up its fourth EKL win without a loss, dropping the Mustangs into second place with a 3-1 mark. Roy Dunn turned in a stellar performance as he tossed in 21 points, his best effort of the season. Dunn kept the Mustangs off balance with his favorite skyscraping set shots that dropped out of nowhere and some flashy side-arm layups that mystified the taller inside men. The Cyclones' dominance in almost all areas set the stage for one of the best rebounding performances from Jim Lewis who garnered 10 to go with Harry Morton's 11 rebound blast and 16- .point shooting. Ronnie Mendel! • rounded out the double figure .scoring as he bucketed 12, while teammate Eddie Davidson connected for C points. ; It looked like an oldfashioned Ottawa shindig as the Red moved out to a gaping 12-4 lead in the : opening frame on the strength :of Morton, Mendell and Dunn. •With 2:20 left in the first, Richard Mabiori scored his second basket of the quarter to put Argentine closer, but Harry Morton turned in a 3-point play for a 15-6 advantage. : Argentine came back in the first minutes of the second frame •to score for a 15-£ count, but the Cyclones lived up to their name • and swished 13 straight points before the Mustangs could recover. :Every man in the Cyclone lineup 'broke into the scoring column, ;but Dunn put the biggest dent 'tato it with a pair of 2-pointers. •fly the end of the first half, the '.visitors held a 30-18 margin. : Morton drew three fouls early -in the bout, and it looked as •though he might prove ineffective :on defense. But in the third frame, -he tagged the boards for three "critical rebounds and one bas- ; "ket. Morton held the dubious ; honor of being the best guarded i center in the game as he was : held from getting his easy jumpier away In t!ic first half, he con- •nected on 5 of 7 attempts from •the field. i Third frame action featured ^steals by nimble-fingered Eddie Davidson ».vho took the ball at half court at one point and drib- bed full speed down the middle ;and fed lion Mendell who drop- •ped in an easy layup. Davidson 'made four steals during the evening. • Going into the final quarter, Nicklaus Fails To Qualify SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-Money winnings strings snapped for two of golf's biggest names—Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus — within a week as the latter failed to qualify for today's third round of the $50,000 San Francisco International Open tournament. Palmer, the leading money winner, saw his in-the-money streak ended at 47 tourneys when he was disqualified in the Bing Crosby tournament last Sunday. U.S. Open champion Nicklaus, who won more than $100,000 overall as a rookie pro last year, snapped his PGA tournament money streak at 28 Friday when his 149 for two rounds was one stroke too many to qualify for the final two rounds. This leaves Sam Snead, who is 50 years old and has won money in his last 50 tournaments, far in front of the field. But Sam plays in only about a dozen tournaments on the PGA tour and isn't on the current West Coast swing. the Cyclones held a booming 4629 margin. Roy Dunn took some of the pressure off the number two league scorer, Morton, with some sweeping layups to account for 7 points in the final stanza. However, it was Argentine's Jim Doyle who stole the show as well as the roundball, getting 4 steals during the final quarter and converting two for baskets. The Horses were playing catchup all evening, and the final frame was no exception. Coach Stwens was elated with his club's performance. He summed up thpir spirit with: "We came to play and played." In a serious vein, Stevens praised his boys. "The kids did a real good job. This was an important game, but we've just started. This coming weekend, we've got Bonner Springs at Bonner and then Rosedale at Ottawa on the following night." Of the Mustangs, who were the ninth victim of the Cyclones this year, Stevens felt "this wasn't their best game. But, Dunn played his finest game of the year. They put the press on us and we were confused but we came back to win." Ottawa canned 22 of 50 shots for a 44 percent average while the Mustangs hit 18 of 53 shots for 31 percent. The Cyclones converted 14 of 23 charities, but Argentine hit only 4 of 11. In the rebound department. Ottawa held a 35-27 edge over the Mustangs. The box score: Ottawa Ff rt F Dijnn a 5 Morton .................... 7 2 Mendell 4 4 Davidson 2 Winchester Lewis V) a 2 1 0 0 1 I TOP CYCLONE — Roy Dunn scored 21 points for Ottawa last night as Cyclones whaled Argentine, 58-40, to take over lead in EKL. (Herald Photo) Haworth Gets 25 As Melvern Rolls MELVERN — The Melvern High School Panthers took the Quenemo High Buffalos in an Osage County League basketball game here last night, 69 to 42, with Dennis Hayworth hitting 25 points for the winners. Hayworth's teammates contributed in a well-balanced scoring effort, Jim Lacey and Wayne Totals 22 14 8 Argentine Ff Ft F Mabion » 0 1 Doyle 313 Bray 214 Jennings 102 Loya 104 Tucker 0 1 2 Totol 18 4 17 Ottawa now has a 9-3 record; Argentine sports a 5-5 mark. High School Scores East Kansas League Ottawa 58, Argentine 40 Turner 51, Olathe 46 Rosedale 62, Bonner Springs 59 yttle Seven Baldwin 74, Wellsville 59 Spring Hill 60, DeSoto 53 Eudora 61, Louisburg 47 Church League Schedule The Church Basketball schedule for Monday, Jan. 28, has been announced by Orlis Cox, city recreation commissioner. Senior Division — First Methodist vs. Boys' Club at 6:15; First Baptist vs. First Christian at 7:00; Trinity Methodist vs. Faith Lutheran at 7:45; Sacred Heart vs. North Baptist at 8:30. Junior Division — First Baptist vs. Grace Episcopal at 5:30; Trinity Methodist vs. Wesleyan Methodist at 6:10; First Methodist (Whites) vs. Sacred Heart at 6:50; First Methodist (Greens) vs. Boys' Club at 7:30; Westminster Presbyterian vs. North Baptist at 8:10; First Christian vs. Calvary Baptist at 8:50. Carter And Welu Neck And Neck KANSAS CITY (AP)-Don Car. ter and Billy Welu of St. Louis were neck and neck as the nation's bowling elite came down the stretch for the $15,000 first prize in the 22nd All-Star Bowling Tournament today. Carter crept into the lead late Friday night by a margin of two pins after sweeping four straight games from Robbie Robinson of Wilmington, Del., in the 12th round. Welu split his 12th round duel with Ed Lubanski of Detroit and dropped out of the lead for the first time in six rounds. Going into the 13th round Carter had 243-35 Petersen points to Welu's 243-33. The 16 finalists in both the men's and women's fields roll their final four rounds today. The New Hours Until April 1, 1963 MONDAY To SATURDAY 7:00 A.M. To 8:00 P.M. CLOSED SUNDAYS Blakesley Cities Service 1622 S. Main 16th session of the finals is a position round consisting of a series of tliree-game matches which will be decided on total pins. Bobbie Shaler, a shapely Chicagoan took the women's lead for the first time after she swept her two-game series with Nan Chianchiano in the 12th round with a 446 series. Miss Shaler, who has been as low as 10th place, has 114-49 points. Just 48 pins behind her is Marion Ladewig of Grand Rapids, Mich., who has won this classic seven times. Cranwell each hitting 11 points, Jim Gibson and Bob Criss contributing 9 points each, and Harry Geier adding. 4. Hayworth began the season as a B team regular and is now a starter OP the A team. Melvern jumped to a 16-8 lead in the first quarter and was leading 26-16 at the half. The Panthers in the second half scored 43 points while the Buffalos were getting 26. Jim Gragg was the top scorer for the losers, hitting five field goals and eight free throws for a total of 18 points. Melvern was winner of the recent Osage County League basketball tournament played at Burlingame, and is undefeated in league play this season. The score by quarters: Melvern 16 10 20 23—69; Quenemo 8 8 13 13-42. Individual scoring: MELVERN (69) - Mochamer 004; Gibson 332; Criss 3 3 4; Lacey 4 3 2; Geier 203; Cranwell 433; Hayworth 974. Totals 25 19 22. QUENEMO (42) - Gragg 5 8 5; Lewis 2 3 5; Hoover 035; Casten 022; Perry 2 1 4; Pinkston 111; Niehoff 042. Totals 10 22 24. Young Pros Out Front SAN FRANCSCO (AP)-A pair of hard-driving young pros—for mer amateur teammates at the University of Houston—led a pack of the world's finest tournaenl veterans into the third round of the San Francisco Open Saturday. Chunky 24-year-old Jacky Cupit, from Longview, Tex., jumped into a one-stroke lead over his ex- teammate Phil Rodgers, the ex Marine from La Jolla, Calif. The exhuberant Cupit tacked a one-under second round 70 to his initial 67 for 137, to edge the determined Rodgers by a scant stroke at the midway point in the 72-hole event. Billy Casper, last week's Crosby Tournament winner at Pebble Beach; seasoned Bob Rosburg, Art Wall, Jack Burke, Charlie Sifford and Miller Barber were in a tight bunch at 139. OTTAWA BOWL 41SV 2 N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 DYNAMIC Brisvoe Drug—0 A. Baldwin M 136 177 407 J. Bass 136 140 157 433 G. Suffron 142 130 133 405 K. Suffron 164 167 133 464 G. Bond 92 118 102 313 W. W. Whltacre—I J. Jfister 141 161 162 472 B. Messenger 141 154 146 441 B. West 180 172 211 563 B. Howell 143 158 156 459 L. Cordle 154 177 1B1 522 Keen Co.—3 F. Kaub 168 179 155 502 F. Wise 131 143 H 8 390 J. Funk 150 20V> 143 493 W. Trout 110 105 104 328 W. Lewis 178 186 126 460 Royal-T— '1 L. Wlchman 128 135 139 402 L. Bien 174 183 179 536 T Marks 159 105 108 372 M. Thompson 125 164 167 456 T. V. Leiden 160 146 141 445 Lee'i Cafe—3 M. Birckhead 136 168 147 452 D. Rlcheson 166 168 143 477 A. Jones 171 214 143 528 B. Wenthe 151 161 137 449 D. Heckman 198 151 189 536 Willis Nursery—1 J. Love Ill 103 109 323 O. Miller 99 101 132 332 F. Sherman 93 124 110 327 P. Durbln 99 107 134 342 n. Crawford 124 120 142 386 N1GHTHAWKS Harry Smith Auto Supply—S N. White U3 1 M D. Mclntlre 154 152 C. Brandon 157 149 B. Bond 169 153 F. Simmons 163 189 White Furniture—1 R. Bettge 136 182 B. White 134 141 E. Lowrance 182 122 H. Thrasher 143 148 M. Miller 130 159 Montfomrry Wards—0 K. Hollon 122 137 G. Jones 109 92 K. Redifer Ill 131 O. Burress 143 171 K. Llegerot 158 182 Reno'i Inc.—4 J. Clark 203 179 J. Willhite 153 147 R. Cannady 135 132 H. Unneman 150 129 M. Ball 182 326 Rum * Fati—4 B. Olson 129 143 R. Adalr 133 101 P. O'Nell 125 130 W. Jones 160 206 D. Heckman 187 180 Heathmau Oil—0 C. Kelm lit 145 C. Kersley 122 110 D. Toumberlln 136 130 D. Shilling 147 122 E. Ferguson 115 152 F. Heathman 159 508 121 427 13} 438 117 439 168 520 132 450 119 384 169 473 158 447 172 461 122 381 121 332 99 341 118 432 120 460 199 581 164 484 107 374 175 460 302 610 152 434 139 373 135 3*0 1U 552 188 565 168 443 138 371 151 424 259 189 456 137 137 * * * Junior High Wins One, Loses One The Argentine freshman squad dropped the Ottawa frosh yesterday afternoon on the Argentine tiardwoods, 34-29, in an EKL contest, but the 7th and 8th grade Whirlwinds bounded away with a stomper, 36-11, in the second game. A balanced attack showed the promise the Ottawans had, as Dale Spears connected for 7 points; Ron Loyd and Scott Killough 6; Ron Boyer 5; Dale Dietrich 3, and Morris Bennett 2. Ottawa stayed close until the half, trailing 6-5 in the first frame and 20-15 at halftime. Thomas and Davis were top scorers for Argentine with 6 points each in the opening half. Ottawa relied on Scott Killough to provide the punch as he hit 4 points. Last half action was even as the Reds trailed 30-24 in the third and lost the game 34-29. Behind the 11 and 10-point efforts of Madison Stein and Dean Barr, the Ottawa 7th and 8th grade Whirlwinds made off with the prize as they toppled Argen- time, 36-11, in a rout of the first degree. Stein was tops on the boards and from the field as he rocketed the home team with 9 points in the first half while mate Barr connected for 6 to start the runaway by the halftime, 23-4. Things slowed down in the third period as Stein fired, in one basket to keep the opposition honest to boost the lead to 28-10. Dennis Wieneke took the appropriate measures in the last stanza as he reached out and bagged two baskets t» give Ottawa the 36-11 victory. A stout defense and some good ball-hawking caused the Argentine quintet to make many mistakes which were captah'zed on by the visitors. Baldwin Wins Little Seven Match WELLSVILLE - The Wellsville High School Eagles lost to the Baldwin High Bulldogs in a Little Seven League basketball game here last night, 59 to 74. The Bulldogs won the game on a well-balanced scoring attack, with Kreighbaum hitting 17 points, and four other teammates, Cleavinger, Dillon, Gottstein and Gilges, hitting 10 each. Other scoring for the Bulldogs was Hobson 8, Jack son 5 and Elm 4. Jacoby was top scorer for Wellsville with 22 points. Wellsville was leading 17-14 at the end of the first quarter, but in the second quarter the Bulldogs took up the slack quickly, scoring 24 points while Wellsville was scoring 9, to leave Baldwin leading 38-26 at the half. Score by quarters: Wellsville 17-9-13-20—59; Baldwin 14-24-21-15 —74. Individual scoring: WELLSVILLE (59) - Coughlin 3, Rader 2, Coffey 5, Good 13, Beasley 8, Jacoby 22, Moore 2, Dellinger 4. Total 59. BALDWIN (74) - Elm 4, Cleavinger 10, Dillon 10, Gottstein 10, Gilges 10, Kreighbaum 17, Hobson 8, Jackson 5. Total 74. 58-57, OU's Favor Braves Block Late Effort By Bethany LINDSBORG — The Ottawa Un- to have the margin narrowed by iversity Braves blocked a strong bid by the Bethany Swedes in a Kansas Conference basketball game here last night and stalled out the final few seconds of the game to win, 58-57. The Swedes had trailed throughout the game before making a strong effort and moving ahead, 49-47 with just six minutes of playing time remaining. In the final five minutes of the game the Braves managed a lead of as much as five points only Ball Scores 610; Sue Rolls 558 M. Ball hit a 610 series for Reno's, Inc., in last night's Nighthawk League at Ottawa Bowl and led the team to a 4- point sweep over Montgomery Ward. Ball's high individual game was 226. Sue Wolgast hit high with a 558-pin series with a 213 line for the Royal T team in the Friday Night Ladies League at Royal T Lanes. Her high score to a 4- point victory over Parmelee and kept her team ahead in the league with 13 wins. The Royal T team's nearest contender is Helen & Bill's with 11 wins. Lee's Cafe remains far ahead of the nearest pursuer with 68 wins in the men's Dynamic League, at the Ottawa Bowl Keen Company with 49% wins is the closest second. Lee's advanced the lead from 65 to 68 in last night's session. Heckman was the team's high scorer with a 538 series. Jones had the top individual score, 214. Team results and individual scores in the Ottawa Bow leagues appear elsewhere on this page. Here are team results and high individual scores in the Ladies League. FRIDAY NIGHT LADIES LEAGUE McFadden's—0 High 10, Baumit — 150 High 30, Bicheson — 376 Pence's—4 High 10, Leach — 166 High 30, DeCaeny — 438 Farmalee—0 High I'O, Pouschee — 161 High 30, Walker — 387 Boyal T Lanes—4 High 10-30, Wolgast — 213-558 Willi Cafe—2 High 10, Dengel — 171 High 30, Hensiek — 415 Kramer Drugs—2 High 10-30, Hughes — 169-449 Ottawa Bowl—0 High 10, Adams — 158 High 30, Pinch — 408 Helen & Blll'i—I High 10, Wenthe — 191 High 30, Hickman — 477 Gamble's Store—i High 10,30, Cady — 179-514 Fairmont—4) High 10-30, McPadden — 168-453 the Swedes to a single point., with 10 seconds of playing time remaining. Tom Kinder was top scorer for the Braves, with 14 points, but Doug Ade, of Bethany was high for the game with 17 points. The Bethel College Threshers of Newton are leading the Kansas Conference and last night College of Emporia moved into second place with a 93-86 win over the Friends University Falcons of Wichita. Ottawa has a mark of 5-5 and Bethany, after last night's loss is 4-5. The box score: OTTAWA (58) F» Ft F Kinder 6 2 3 Watson 614 Erwin 4 1 5 Harshaw 114 Bissltt 331 Krebbe 3 3 1 Totals 23 12 21 BETHANY (57) Tg Ft F Rasmussen 0 4 0 Ade ; 653 Ahlstedt 115 Train 3 0 3 Johnson 6 3 2 Denmon 3 0 2 Daniels 202 Darrow 1 0 1 Totals 22 13 18 For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobile See Dean Berlin, Agent 109 E Second Phone CH 2-2804 • e • Announcing / Hove Leased The Skelly Station 224 N. Main (Formerly Gilmore's Skelly Service) We Solicit Your Patronage and shall continue to give.. in Service Tops Pefe Dewald Pete's Skelly Service 224 N. Main CH 2-3376 Would Dress A's In Gold And Green KANSAS CITY (AP) - Charles 0. Finley wants the American League to change its rules so his Kansas City Athletics can wear colorful green and gold uniforms for home games and white uniforms on the road. Under present rules, home teams have to wear white uniforms and some other color — usually a drab gray—on the road. Football and basketball teams have followed the home color custom for years, and Finley pointed out that the National Hockey League adopted that plan two weeks ago. Finley said his request goes before the league's rules committee Saturday. If he can't get the rule changed for the whole season, at least he'd like permission to let the A's sport their new colors at home on opening day. As for the umpires' uniforms, he thinks black is all right for the umpire at home plate, "but why not let those on the bases dress in some color that puts zip and color in the entertainment?" * * Twisters TwistThe Mustangs Coach J. W. Emerson's Twister! looked the part of that scourge of the Kansas prairies as they whipped up a 30-32 victory over the hometown Argentine Mustangs in a junior varsity contest last night. Torrid shooting percentages were a specialty of the house as the Reds from Ottawa clipped off a 50 per cent team average with 18 of 36 shots from the fied. Doug Schultz and Jerry Turley paced the Twisters with 12 and 10 points, respectively. Schultz potted 5 of 8 shots while mate Turley was accounting for 4 of 6 attempts from the field. Terry Davis and Earle Doman hit 6 points each while Daryl Jameson bucketed 4 tallies. Loren Shofnef continued his hot pace with 8 counters on 3 of 6 goal shooting. Neither club could take the advantage in the first as the score was 7-all by the end of the frame. By the middle of the second quarter, the home club came from behind to tie the bout at 14-14 but a hot display from Earle Doman for 4 quick points helped edge the Twister to an uneasy halftime advantage, 20-18. After the half, Terry Davis, Doman and Turley bombed the Mustangs for a 27-18 margin before the Horses could counter with a free throw. Terry Davis dropped in a basket and then turned in one of the outstanding plays of the night. As Argentine brought the ball across the time line, Davis slipped inside the guard, eased the ball down court in a mad dash for a layup and succeeded in « backbreaking bucket, followed by Doug Schultz's long jumpshot to run up to a 35-19 score. By the end of the period, Ottawa led 3723. Last quarter action was almost all Schultz as he waged war for the first 7 points scored by the Reds to lead the scorers to a 50-32 romp of the Argentine "B" team. OTTAWA BOX: Schultz 522; Turley 422; Shofner 321; Doman 142; Davis 302; Jameson 200; Spears Oil; Queen 002; Satthoff 001. J GILLETTE ^ Super Power Bar , • Tractor Tires J See Us for J FAST, EFFICIENT J TIRE SERVICE J on All Tractors! T 110 West 4th St. T Right Down Town •€*••• - Tire * **aln S Supply, Inc. T • CH 2-4436 Public Auction 4 miles south of Ottawa on Highway 59 to Rock Creek School House, then east 2^4 miles. Wed., Jon. 30, 1963 Commencing at 11:00 A.M. CATTLE — 30 head of Whiteface stock cattle, several are springers, rest are bred, will sell in lots to suit buyer. HORSE — Gentle saddle mare. MACHINERY — F-20 Farmall; B John Deere and cultivator; John Deere mower, No. 5; International manure spreader; John Deere pickup baler, wire tie; International straight disc; John Deere 2-row lister, pull-type; International lister-curler cultivator; 1-way disc; PO side-delivery rake, 4-bar; International side-delivery rake, 3-bar; John Deere 12-inch 2-bottom plow; IHC No. 60 combine; IHC pick-up hay press; single-row lister; horse drawn 2-bottom, 12-inch plow; 4-wheel trailer on rubber; iron wheel wagon; J. D. VanBrunt drill; IG corn picker; MW hammermill. FEED — 100 bushels of corn, more or less; 150 bushels of oats, more or less; around 500 bales of alfalfa hay; around 500 bales of prairie hay. MISCELLANEOUS — Sears' double-unit milker; cream separator; 2 Butane bottles; 2 coal and wood heating stoves; a pair block and tackles; hay rope; heavy set of blocks; set of heavy work harness; heavy stock saddle; hammermill belt; junk and other miscellaneous. A. E. HANCOCK, OWNER Terms: Cash. Not responsible in case of accidents. Auctioneer: Harold Stewart. Clerk: First National Bank. Lunch will be served on grounds.
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