The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 28, 1963 · Page 2
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' Pomona Sweep In Franklin County JL •.'.•..••- /• .••, v Shoemaker Gives Indians Late Lift By A. I. VAN CLEAVE Pomona High made it a clean sweep in the Franklin County League Basketball Tournament, with both "A" and "B" teams beating Williamsburg in Saturday night's finals. A full house in Ottawa University's Wilson Field House watched Pomona wrest the "A" title away from Williamsburg, 43-40, in the closing seconds. Coach Louis Coppoc's W i 1- liamsburg Panthers were ahead at the half and after three quarters. But Roger Shoemaker, Pomona's short, stout senior guard, tied it up, 38-38, with a field goal with a minute and 55 seconds to go. Roger then made five of six free throws before Williamsburg's Cliff Goodwill closed out the scoring with a field goal. The Lane Lions, coached by Clayton True, poured it on the Princeton Orioles, 59-30, in the consolation game to win third place in the "A" division. The Pomona "B" team nailed Williamsburg, 57-41, for the title. Coach Carlin Nalley's Pomona Indians took an early lead in the "A" finale, and were ahead, 97, entering the second period. The Panthers scored 16 points in the second period and held. Pomona to 6 for a 23-15 halftime edge. Pomona whittled the Panthers' lead to five points in the third. The Panthers scored only four points in the final quarter, two of them on Goodwill's 2-pointer With only 6 seconds left in the game and the Panthers hopelessly down by five points. Following Shoemaker's field goal which tied it at 38-38, Goodwill was fouled and missed two from the free throw line, Pomona getting the rebound. Shoemaker dribbled in under for a shot and was fouled. He sank both shots for a 40-38 Pomona lead with 56 seconds left. Goodwill missed a field goal try, and the rebounding efforts brought a tie-up taken by Pomona. Joe Binns fouled Shoemaker, and the little guard again sank two, putting Pomona ahead by four with 21 seconds to go. Fouled again as the Panthers tried to get the ball, Shoemaker missed the first shot and made the second, giving the Indians a 5-point margin. Shoemaker's total point production was 19, with 11 of them from the free throw line. Jim Goracke added 14 for Pomona on seven field goals. Goodwill was high for Williamsburg with 17. Dennis Baxter led the Lion Lanes in the romp over Princeton, scoring 19 points. Mike Kuder added 15, 11 from the free throw line, and Jim Wylie accounted for 11. Francis Wiederholt was high for Princeton with 10. It's HARRY SMITH'S for all your WINTER NEEDS Windshield Deicer Starting Fluid Booster Cables HEET — Fuel System Deicer Batteries—6-8-12-Volt Anti Freeze Thermostats HARRY SMITH AUTO SUPPLY 110 S. Main CH 2-1522 Allen Crawford, a 5-foot, 5-inch junior, scored 18 points to lead Pomona to the "B" title over the Panthers. Ted Buckley scored 16 for Williamsburg. Pomona, which had won the tournament last year, beat Princeton to gain the "A" finals. Williamsburg had beaten Lane. Here's the individual scoring in the finals: "A" Division POMONA — 43; Shoemaker, 4 11 3; Goracke, 701; Lindsey, 1 0 2; Nelson, 223; R. Altic, 1 0 3. Totals, 15 13 12. WILLIAMSBURG - 40: Binns, 313; Milliken, 1 1 5; Goodwill, 8 1 4; F. Buckley, 411; Ransom, 200. Totals, 18 4 13. LANE - 59: Kuder, 2 11 2; Brown, 1 0 2; Baxter, 7 5 0; P. Stevens, 4 0 1; Wylie, 513; G. Stevens, 0 1 3; Stiffler, 111; Cole, 001. Totals, 20 19 13. PRINCETON - 30: Rukes, 0 01; Sutton, 403; Wiederholt, 5 0 5; Cannady, 1 0 3; Cowdin, 0 1 1; Ralston, 0 3 1; B. Moore, 1 3 2; Hull, Oil. Totals, 11 8 17. "B" Division POMONA — 57: Crawford, 6 6 3; Lantis, 511; Pruett, 424; Robbins, Oil; Schroeder, 533; Regester, 1 2 5. Totals, 21 15 17. WILLIAMSBURG - 41: Bischoff, 2 1 3; Mallory, 535; T. Buckley, 565; Sowers, 3 1 3; Richeson, 002; Norton, 001; Seaton, 002. Totals, 15 11 21. "Thin Man" Fattens His Wallet By JIM VAN VALKENBURG Associated Press Sports Writer KANSAS CITY (AP)-As Dick Weber, the thin man from St. Louis, cooly made off with his second straight All-Star championship, he left the strong impression he is a match for any man in bowling, including Don Carter. Weber whipped Billy Welu 642591 in the three-game title roll- off Saturday night and pocketed a winner's check for $15,000. Earlier in the day, the 33-year- old champion beat Welu 3-1 in the 14th round. Carter, of St. Louis, is still con' sidered the greatest performer in bowling. He has won the World Invitational six times in seven years and holds four All - Star crowns. He was a close third in this one. But Weber, the lighest finalist at 125 pounds, has finished 1-2 in the All-Star four times in the past seven tournaments. He was runner-up in 1957 and 1960. "I've never felt better, my fin ger is fine and I'm all set for the last 16 tournaments of the pro tour, starting in Louisville this week," said Weber. Weber played through the 1962 All-Star with a painful finger injury. Mrs. Marion Ladewig, 48, the famous grandmother from Grand Rapids, Mich., defeated Bobbie Shaler, 33, of Chicago, 586 to 578 for her eighth All-Star champion ship, good for $5,000. Albie Happy With Angels LOS ANGELES (AP)-"Pleased and happy" was the report today on outfielder Albie Pearson as he came to contract terms with the Los Angeles Angels baseball club. Pearson played in 160 games, batted .261 and, as leadoff man, led the American League in runs scored with 115. For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobile See Dean Berlin, Agent 109 E Second Phone CH 2-2804 Insurance On Everything Porter - Spears AGENCY Tom Porter — Phone CH 2-3007 — George Spears HOLD IT, JIM — Pomona's Jim Goracke aims at basket while Williamsburg's Larry Milliken tries to restrain him in "A" finals of Franklin County League tournament Saturday night. Pomona won, 43-40. (Herald Photo) Four Oldtimers In Hall Of Fame NEW YORK (AP) - The old- timers group has four new members in Baseball's Hall of Fame today—outfielders Sam Rice and Elmer Flick and pitchers Eppa (Jeptha) Rixey and John Clarkson. They will be formally inducted at Cooperstown, N.Y. Aug. 5, bringing the total membership to 94. Flick, a left-handed hitting outfielder who averaged .315 with the Pro Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NBA Eastern Division W. L. Pet. G.B. Boston 35 16 .686 — Syracuse 27 22 .551 7 Cincinnati 28 24 .538 7!/ 2 New York 15 36 .294 20 Western Division Los Angeles ... 39 12 .765 — St. Louis 32 21 .604 8 Detroit 21 31 .404 l&/ 3 San Francisco . 18 33 .353 21 Chicago 17 37 .315 23y 2 Saturday's Results Cincinnati 142, Chicago 116 Syracuse 116, San Francisco 110 Sunday's Results Boston 123, New York 110 Syracuse 119, San Francisco 110 Los Angeles 195, St.. Louis 101 Cincinnati 143, Chicago 126 Today's Games No games scheduled Tuesday's Games Chicago vs. Boston at New York San Francisco at New York Syracuse at St. Louis THE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, January 28, 1963 Phillies and Cleveland for 13 years from 1898 to 1910, now is an 87- year-old resident of Warrensville Heights, Ohio. Clarkson, a right-handed pitcher who won 328 games for Worcester, Chicago, Boston and Cleveland in the National League from 1882 to 1894, died in 1909. He won 53 games for Chicago in 1885 and pitched 622 innings and won 49 for Boston in 1889. Only 12 others have won 300 or more in the majors. According to legend, Cleveland once turned down a trade proposed by Detroit by which Ty Cobb would have gone to the Indians for Flick who won a batting title with a .306 for Cleveland in 1905 yet missed a title while batting .378 for the Phillies in 1900. He was a fine right fielder with a strong arm. He stole 342 bases. Rice, a near-miss when he was among those considered by the Baseball Writers' Association, was picked the first time he came under the jurisdiction of the 12-man veterans committee. Rice, 72, lives in Ashton, Md. where he commented, "I knew it Truck Recapping Get your truck tires in shape now for Spring Work! GILLILAND'S Recapping — Vulcanizing Rt 4, Ottawa Ph Centropolis 0 This is the house that Jack fixed... with the jack he got from financial house! • Loans • Budgeting • Financing [Interstate .OU86 U^ IMNANCB COMPANY TOM TOULOUSE, MANAGER 429 South Main St. - CH 2-1090 was coming sometime if I lived long enough." The record books show Rice, a left-handed batter, hit .322 from 1915 to 1934 with Washington and Cleveland (1934 only). He quit with 2,987 hits, only 13 shy of the fabled 3,000 mark. In three World Series with the Senators he batted .364. A speedy base-runner, he wound up with 351 stolen bases. Rixey, now 71, lives in Terrace Park, Ohio, not far from the scenes of his greatest triumphs in Cincinnati. From 1912 through 1933 with the Phillies and Reds he won 266 and lost 251 games. Rixey was a tall (6-feet:6 inches) gangling left-hander with a peculiar motion who seldom walked a batter. He won more games than any other National Leaguer until Warren Spahn came along. It is worth noting that he did all this while working for second division clubs. Bowling Roundup Garnett Wins Two; Gilbert Rolls 645 Garnett bowlers swept men and women matches from Ottawa Bowl Sunday at the Garnett Bowling Center. The Garnett men scored a 2,858 scratch series to 2,716 for Ottawa, and beat the Ottawans two lines out of three for a 3-1 victory. The Garnett women spotted the Ottawa Bowl girls 99 pins per line but still won two of three games and outscored the oppo- nents series-wise, 2,326 to 2,295. F. Miller led the Garnett men with a 604 series oh lines of 191-216-197. High for Ottawa was Homer Kramer with 588. Here are the individual scores in the men's match: Garnett — P. Foltz, 558; Miler, 604; C. Beckner, 586 J. Reynolds, 577, and Glen Caldwell, 533. Ottawa — Kramer, 588; N. Braves Face KWU Three-Way Tie For KCAC Lead In the Kansas Conference, it's a wild scramble with three schools —Bethel, Sterling and College of Emporia—deadlocked for the lead with 7-3 records. Southwestern is a half-game out at 6-3 and Me- Pherson one behind at 6-4. Two Bethel losses and single victories by College of Emporia and Sterling forced the Kansas Conference deadlock. Bethel lost to Southwestern and McPherson, C. of E. won over Friends, and Sterb'ng tripped Kansas Wesleyan. McPherson and Emporia have come on strong in the last two weeks with five successive victories each. Part of the lead will be up for grabs tonight when Sterling plays at Bethel. C. of E. takes on Baker Tuesday night. McPherson has key games with Southwestern Tuesday and Sterling Saturday. Independent Tabor won over Sterling and St. Mary of 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 OTTAWA BOWL 418V 2 N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 MATCHED GAME Ottawa Bowl—1 H. Kramer .. ...... N. Brown .. B. Hull J. Snider R. Kamp Garnett Bowl—S P. Foltz F. Miller C. Beckner J. Baldrldge G. Caldwell Ottawa Bowl Ladles- M. Brandon V. Dodd V. Bloomer P. Kramer M. Kamp Garnett ladlw—S Myer Craig Beckner Stevenson Hermrlck 1st 2nd 3rd 194 202 192 213 155 175 168 188 179 144 150 174 213 156 213 176 181 191 101 216 197 208 195 183 195 187 195 169 214 150 -1 116 125 123 151 127 132 116 160 111 141 136 107 137 128 187 162 146 171 165 142 117 131 125 149 156 226 151 174 164 149 Ttl. 588 543 535 468 588 558 604 586 E. Keim 173 101 V. Ferguson .... 170 109 E. Ferguson 203 173 Teasers—3 M. McMillen .. .... 149 136 f. McMillen 114 161 P. Toumberlln .. .. 147 111 D. Toumberltn .. .. 148 110 Splits—1 M. Robertson 125 US C. Honn 110 136 H. Robertson 159 183 577 G. Honn 126 188 533 Bums—0 M. Jones 115 128 364, V. Dodd 120 140 4101 M. Jones 118 147 387,D. Dodd 115 141 GRAND CHAMPION Peoples National Bank—1 1st 2nd 3rd A. Gilbert 212 246 187 R. Davis 151 176 162 R. Page 186 169 194 A. Knoeppel 215 145 147 Lichtenberger .... 168 134 157 Harry Smith—8 N. White 181 135 167 D. Molntlre 156 178 172 C. Brandon 140 144 203 B. Bond 147 169 147 r. Simmons 170 181 194 SATUBDAT NIGHT OWLS Bell Ringers—« let 2nd 3rd D. Bkllllng 126 157 143 H. Skllling 105 119 111 J. Sauer 71 «« «« J. Bauer 142 177 157 Lost Four—* M. Kamp. .. 139 135 lit A. Madl M 91 78 J. Madl 81 119 101 R. Kamp «8 214 180 Unpredictable.—0 D. Harsh U9 134 115 1. Harsh 109 103 124 E. McDanlels 109 1VB 124 C. McDanlels 137 162 141 The Plugi—4 H. Llegerot 136 147 160 K. Llegorot 158 181 165 C. Dengel 130 122 162 W. Dengel 189 159 155 NIGHT OWL LEAGUE Boiling Pins—1 1st 2nd 3rd P. Toumberlln ..... 137 121 141 D. Toumberlln .. .. 142 123 156 B. Young Ill 135 139 Hustlers—a C. Keim 122 194 158 384 453 479 422 405 533 487 Ttl. 645 Lucky Four—4 E. Bowman 116 148 M. Gllllland 133 132 L. Gilllland 104 148 G. Bowman 161 145 Klnc Pins—1 J. Brockway 121 111 D. Brockway 165 131 L. Cheney 139 123 D. Cheney 143 157 Termite*—-3 M. Howell 106 168 M. Miller 131 ll'O 489 ! B. Howell 102 121 549 M. Miller 173 162 507 459 483 506 487 463 545 Ttl. 426 335 225 470 393 267 301 562 398 336 336 440 443 494 414 503 Ttl. 399 BAM MIDGETS Side Swlpers—3 1st 2nd R, Bell 116 123 C. Hettler 128 154 E, Montgomery .. . 119 119 B. Richeson 92 108 C. Davis 178 170 Scatterbrains— 0 D. Kersley ........ 128 128 8. Van Cleave ..... 02 W. Denniston ..... 106 R. Campbell .. C. Nltcher 81 99 W 89 79 66 Timber Tumblers— 1 H. Suits ........... 122 143 B. Suits ........... 116 91 D. Beln ........... 68 68 J. Johnson ...... .. 75 74 S. Salb ............ 13 01 The Sleepers— % H. Montgomery .. . 132 120 D. Gumrn ....... .. 124 110 C. Dennlaton 52 100 D. Bien ......... .... 103 87 R. Foster .......... 86 88 Deuces Wild— 2 N. Richeson ....... 94 97 J. Sauer .......... 132 123 G, Hettler ....... 143 114 J. Btelnman ....... 100 100 A. Campbell ....... 114 W Splinters—1 T, Fisher ....... 101 118 421 D. Mudrlch ....... •« 158 385 K. Hughes .. ...... 75 75 S. Suits .......... : 88 78 474 Bell .............. 108 151 08 372 177 456 154 530 148 433 132 407 104 362 171 429 137 404 99 345 117 459 128 442 116 359 129 389 154 419 159 415 148 412 154 419 114 366 162 463 145 377 135 431 97 359 135 435 126 400 127 368 142 365 127 452 3rd Ttl. 239 282 238 110 348 256 173 205 179 145 264 207 136 149 180 352 243 152 100 154 101 254 357 300 334 223 345 150 148 269 Plains last week to increase its record to 12-3, best in the state. Kansas Conference Sterling 7 3 .700 688 641 C. of E. 73 .700 734 711 Bethel 7 3 .700 716 703 Southwestern 6 3 .667 628 581 McPherson 6 4 .600 729 686 Baker 5 5 .500 675 709 Ottawa 5 5 .500 704 662 Bethany 4 5 .444 578 539 Kan Wesleyan 1 8 .111 538 647 Friends 09 .000 567 659 This week's schedule: Tonight — Ottawa at Kansas Wesleyan, Sterling at Bethel, Hays at Southwestern. Tuesday—College of Emporia at Baker, Bethany at Friends, McPherson at Southwestern. Friday — Southwestern at Friends, Bethel at Ottawa. Saturday—Kansas Wesleyan at College of Emporia, Baker at Bethany, McPherson at Sterling. Brown, 543; B. Hull, 535; J. Snider, 468, and Ralph Kampschroeder, 582. Garnett' s Stevenson rolled • 533, with lines of 156-226-151, in the women's match. Here are the individual scores: Garnett — Myers, 479; Craig, 422; Beckner, 405; Stevenson, 533, and Hemrick 487. Ottawa — Mary Brandon, 364; Viola Dodd, 410; Velma Bloomer, 387 Pat Kramer, 384, and Marie Kampschroeder, 453. A, Gilbert scored the weekend's best series, a 645, in the Grand Champions League at the Ottawa Bowl Sunday. Gilbert rolled lines of 212-246-187, but his Ottawa Bowl team lost,' 3-1, to Harry Smith Auto Supply. Grand Champion contenders are last season's winners in the men's leagues at the Ottawa Bowl. Team results and individual scores in the Champions' session, Saturday night leagues and R and M Midgets League at the Ottawa Bowl appear elsewhere in today's sports section. TUESDAT LEAGUES Industrial (Men's) Team W I. Ottawa Times ........... 50y a 32V4 Bennett Creamery ....... 46 38 Presto Foods ............ 43 41 Peoples" National ........ 40 44 Nltcher Floor Service .. ..39 45 Wilson Cleaners .. .. ...... 33% Ladles Arnold's Jewelry ........ 53% 30V4 VFW Auxiliary ........... 45 39 Todd Insurance .... ..... 48 36 Shlnn & Haley .......... 33 51 Eagles Auxiliary ......... 25 50 Royal T (Men's) Al Beets ................. 14% 1% Maracaibo Oil ........... 11 5 Self-service Shoes ....... f 8 Henslek Grocery ........ 8 • Ottawa Savings It Loan ... 8 8 Trout's Jewelry .......... 7 S Bundy's. Insurance ........ 4 12 Foremost Dairy ......... 6 10 Best Truck Lines ........ 4 12 LL&B Oilers ........... 3% 12ft . THE WINNERS on John Deere Day Guesses were made on how many DIFFERENT John Deere Repair Parts we normally carry in stock for machines in our area The Correct Number of DIFFERENT JOHN DEERE Parts was 12,067 When we took inventory •We had a total of 49,028 John Deere Parts on hand to help keep your machines running. We have same day service at Kansas City on a total of 51,274 Different John Deere Parts Everyone with John Deere Equipment is a winner. Where else can you find service like this? I st Place Winner -• Gene Vining Richmond 2nd Place Winner -- Mrs. L B. Schendel WellsvHle 3rd Place Winner -- Mrs. Bob Herring Richmond Congratulations winners Thanks Very Much To all of you hardy farmers who braved belcw zero weather to attend our John Deere Day Program. It was a pleasure to serve you OTTAWA Tractor & Impl. Co. OH 2-4400 © 119 E, 2nd

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