The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 29, 1963 · Page 2
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..-•iaHWiBBaiAJCSitU***^-,^-.^*^ TRI OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, January 29, 1963 Morton Top EKL Scorer With the basketball season past the halfway mark, Ottawa's Harry Morton jumped into the East Kansas League scoring lead for total games after a 16 point performance against Argentine last weekend. Morton, through 12 games, boasts a 17.1 average, replacing Bonner Spring's Clayton McGee who had led the scoring since the season opened. McGee dropped to 16.8 as he hit a meager 6 points against Osawatomie last week. Wayne McDonald, Bonncr's other fireball, moved up to third with a 37-point outburst, shattering a previous Brave scoring mark of 36 points. McDonald now is averaging 16.3. Don Pankey, Turner's ace marksman, is hitting at a 14.6 clip while Ottawan Roy Dunn is up to 14.2 on the basis of his 21 point lift against former league champion, Argentine. The 6-6 Morton not only has the scoring lead but is one of the top EKL rebounders with 14 caroms per game. His height and all-around shooting and rebounding ability gives Harry the edge in the scoring department. With a whopping 206 points to his credit, tops in the EKL, Harry has amassed this total in 12 games by hitting 47 per cent of his shots with 82 of 175 field goal attempts. Counting conference games only, Morton tops the league with an 18.2 average. EKL W.L..W.L Ottawa 9-3 4-0 Argentine • 5-5 3-1 Rosedale • 4-6 2-2 Olathe .....4-6 2-2 Turner 4-5 1-3 Bonner '.4-6 0-4 Ottawa Cms TDB Av Morton 12206 17.1 Dunn 12 171 14.2 EKL STANDINGS SCORING LEADER — Ottawa High Coach H. K. Stevens is giving his center, Harry Morton, a lesson on what to do with a basketball, and Harry is a good student. He's top scorer in East Kansas League with 17.1-point average per game. Cyclones lead EKL with 4-0 league record and 9-3 overall. (Ottawa High Photo) Church League Basketball 3 Tie For Lead In Senior Division Rnvc Huh sharps first nlapp with 8OD > 8cot Chcsbro and Lonnle Bones.) coys UUD snares urst piace wun Weitmlnmtor Prai byti!riM, M Mendell Turner Pankey 9 124 13.7 9 129 14.3 Mendez 9 82 9.1 Webb 9 82 9.1 Olathe Walters 8 66 8.2 Cartright .. 10 84 8.4 Robinson 10 79 7.9 Argentine Cms Tps Av Mabion 10 126 12.6 Jennings 1010010.0 Doyle ..,., ...10 96 9.6 Bonner Spring* McGee 10 16816.8 McDonald 1016316.3 Name 17 To New Pro Football Hall Of Fame Floyd 10 72 7.2 Rosedale LaHue 10 130 13.0 Ramsey .. .. .. .10 86 8.6 Jackson .. .. .. 10 81 8.1 J GILLETTE J D Super Power Bar ^ •Tractor Tires • J See Us for { J FAST, EFFICIENT J J TIRE SERVICE J J on All Tractors! J T 110 West 4th St T T Right Down Town T iSams ~ m Supply, Inc. CH M43C "I For Fast Results I READ and USE - THE WANT ADS CANTON, Ohio (AP) - Seventeen men who contributed to pro football as players, coaches, club founders or league commissioners were named today as charter members of the National Professional Football Hall of Fame. A 14-man board of selectors, one from each city in the National Football League, chose the men by unanimous vote, after considering 80 nominees. The election actually was held Dec. 29 on the eve of the NFL title game but was not announced until today. Twelve of the 17 charter members are alive. They will be present next summer or fall when the formal induction is held at (he Hall of Fame, now under construction here. Players must have been retired for at least three years to merit consideration. The charter members, in alpha betical order, are: Sammy Baugh, quarterback Washington Redskins (1937-52); Bert Bell, NFL commissioner 1946-59; Joe Carr, first pro football czar (1921-39); Dutch Clark quarterback, Portsmouth (Ohio] Spartans and Detroit Lions (1931 38); Red Grange, halfback, Chicago Bears (1925-37); George Halas, player, coach, founder Chicago Bears; Mel Hein, center New York Giants (1931-45); Wilbur (Fats Henry, tackle Canton Bulldogs Akron Indians, New York Giants Pottsville Maroons Pittsburgl Steelers (1920-30); Cal Hubbard tackle and end, New York Giants Green Bay Packers, Pittsburgl Steelers (1927-36); Don Hutson end, Green Bay (1935-45); Curlej Lambeau, player, coach, founder Green Bay (1919-49); Tim Mara founder New York Giants (1925 59); George Preston Marshall founder Washington Redskins; John (Blood) McNally, halfback Milwaukee Badgers, Duluth Eski mos, Pottsville Maroons, Green Bay Packers, Pittsburgh Steelen 1925-39) Bronko Nagurski, full- ack and tackle, Chicago Bears 1930-37, 43); Ernie Mevers, full- jack, Duluth Eskimos and Chicago Cardinals (1926-37); Jim 'horpe, halfback, Canton Bull- logs, Oorang Indians, Cleveland ndians, Toledo Maroons, Rock sland Independents, New York iants (1915-26). Dick McCann, director of the OTTAWA BOWL 418VL' N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 MONDAY MTE LAD1KS Ic.e's Cult — 2 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. M. Weidner 130 135 110 375 M. Smay 110 102 137 348 V. Ferguson 166 162 157 -184 S. Feruuson 152 185 130 467 Ottawa Savings ft Loan—•> D. Toumberlin .. . 151 120 M. Barber 131 124 B. Spatz 129 134 R. Smitl) 153 129 C Honn 109 37.1 159 414 153 416 117 399 127 135 127 38» Betty H's of Baldwin—:! Blrckliead 100 153 Cooper .: 92 117 Smith 101 130 Isham 166 133 White 134 140 Nltchers Floor—1 E. Whltacre 114 104 H. Shofner 105 81 A. Evey 128 120 D. Johnson 115 112 M. Brandon 139 100 Elks—8 B. Kersley 118 107 H. Ogle 143 102 R. Brady 102 115 E. Strickland 136 142 M. Lewis 313 133 OlUwtt Bowl—I D. Doman 130 in A. Fredean 146 130 Crawford 134 140 V. Bloomer 118 133 J. Speer 136 14S 130 411 133 380 100 309 119 350 100 399 137 401 119 337 92 278 113 381 80 307 145 384 139 302 166 401 120 337 122 400 155 501 122 369 104 380 131 405 1(2 414 BRUNSWICK First National Bank—I 1st 2nd 3rd Tt! N. Brown 140 152 131 42 R. Slilsler .. 1«3 183 180 54 D Brown 100 125 171 45 R. Page 114 188 187 54 G. Dninnnnish 127 170 189 48 IlulilMird Lumber—:', B. .loin 1 ;, .. 1-57 187 181 52 II. Carey 139 H3 138 42 1.. C'ordli- 158 153 170 48 R. Davis . 204 2'.10 166 57 n Crane . loo 136 153 17 Hi-leu & Hills Cafe—:! J. Doty n;i 'j24 17fl 57 R. SchulU 103 107 201 53 H. Doman 177 152 182 49 B. Wcntlie 183 145 195 52 D. Hcckmun .. 178 155 197 52 MuC'ruckvn Elec.—I J. Taylor 151 165 159 47 B. Spatz 144 130 176 44 F. Farguson HI' 195 178 51 R. Bcttge 148 175 125 44 G. Fllnsbaugh .. .. 155 154 198 50 IOOF No. :;i—0 0. Morrison 119 121 121 36 E. Lowrance 150 177 158 49 Breckenridge .... 90 173 147 41 L. Turner 143 122 129 39 H. Alban 120 120 133 37 Mobllr llomi! Service—I 1. McFadden 13(i 156 148 44 J. Swinchart 130 130 26 C. Foster 143 133 123 39 C, McFadden 147 118 152 41 O. McFadden 132 158 139 44 J. Foster 135 13 Hall of Fame, said the next meeting of the selection board will be held on the eve of the 1963 NFL title game. It was announced that no set number will be picked each year although there never will be as many as 17 again at any one time. A unanimous vote will not necessarily be required in the future. two other teams in the church league senior division after losing to First Methodist, 22-11, last night. The club entered last night's play with a 3-win, 0-loss record but ended up tied for first place with First Baptist and First Methodist, each with 3-1 records. Paul Stephens was high scorer in the senior division games, scoring 23 points for North Baptist. However, Pete Martin with 13 points and Jackie Sauer with 16 were able to wrest the victory from North Baptist for Sacred Heart. Eddie Payne scored 19 points for the junior division Boys Club team last night and led his team to a 40-11 win over the First Methodist Greens. Last night's win was the fourth straight for Boys Club, making them the undefeated first place team in the junior division. JUNIOR DIVISION First Bapllst, 36 Grace Episcopal, 5 First Baptist — Barry Showalter, 3 0 0; Kenneth Presley, 300; Dan Mullens 131; Bruce Prentice, 100; Ken Jennings, 100; Alan Loyd, 102. Totals, 11 4 5. (Other players, Harold Montgomery and Dennis Gumm.) Grace Episcopal — Tom Stephenson, 202; Dana Bennett, Oil; Pat Wellington, 001; Ted Hoppe, 001. Totals. 215. (Other players, Tom Wellington and Steve Kloster.) Trinity Methodist, 17 Wcslejran Methodist, 11 Trinity Methodist — Larry Lewis, 3 0 3; Ronnie Hughes, 210; Richard Melton, 113; Doug Durbin, 100; Carl Johnson, 012. Totals, 738. Wesleyan Methodist — Gary DePriest, 242; Lyle Adcock, 111; Harry Reeves, 001; Joe Brown, 0 0 1; Kenneth Gates, 001. Totals, 358. (Other players, Jim Johnson.) First Metfeodist (Whttet), 19 Sicred Heart, 7 First Methodist -.Dennis Cook, S 0 3; Bob Gage, 200; David Adam son, 012; Jerry Bender, 100; Jim Cook. 100; David Bechtle, 001. Totals. 9 1 5. (Other players, Mike Brown and Greg Reynolds.) Sacred Heart — Dan Harkins, 102; Jerry Dldde, 100; flteve Terry, 101; Tim Brady, 012. Totals, 315. (Other players, Mike McClay, Tim McClay, Dan Bellefville, John Buser, and Dana Akers.) First Methodist (Greens), 11 Boys Club, 40 Boys Club Skip Bishop, North Baptist, 5 Westminster Presbyterian — Welly Hart, 300; Tom Johnson, 402; Stan Sheldon, 400; Jim Honn, 2 0 2. Totals, 13 0 4. (Other players, Dick Hall, Tod Queen and Bob Rice.) North Baptist — Kenneth Montgomery, loo; Dale Kersley, 103, Eddie Clark, Oil. Totals, 313, (Other players, Billy Keelin, Steve Crockett and Terry Shoemaker.) First Christian, 27 Calvary Baptltt, M First Christian — Ronnie Doyan, 7 0 2; Don Stevens, 600; Phil Gibson, 010; Ray Anderson, 001. Totals, 13 1 3. (Other players, Mark Holden, Scotty Brink and Larry Lynn.) Calvary Baptist — Bob Stephens, 6 0 2; Bill Adams, 300; Corky Walton, 102; Kenneth Chapman, 010; Oscar Taylor, 001, Totals, 1016. Other players, Mike Hashman, Tom Taylor, Ron Castleberry, Randy Elder, Max Wadkins and Clifford Bheler.) Faith SENIOR DIVISION Lutheran, 27 Trinity Methodist, 11 Faith Lutheran — Ray Pope, 301; Roger Buck, 301; Doug Downey, 3 1 2; Roger Downey, 130; John Hoppe, 110. Totals, 11 6 4. (Other players, Jim Pox.) Trinity Methodist — Bob Rahlston, 313; Jack Hayden, 123; Jim Haworth, 001; Rex Houston, 0 0 1. Totals, 438. (Other players, Joe Campbell). First Baptist, 37 First Christian, 18 First Baptist — Craig Davis, 503; Greg Gllroy, 301; John Presley. 2 0 2; Garry Gumm, 111; Jim Alexander, 100; Rick Hetli, 102. Totals, 13 1 8. First Christian — John Pogle, 201; Bill Wheeler, 2 0 1; Bill Greene, 0 2 0; Keith Holden, 202; Martin Wll. Hams, 201. Totals, 825. (Other players, Joe Bowen.) First Methodist, 22 Boys Club, 11 First Methodist — Alan Van Loenan, 2 0 0; Rick Snider. 230; David Allen. 142; Rick wood, 102; Danny Killion, 1 0 0; Johnny Stark, 010; Terry Wollon 003. Totals, 787. (Other players, Glen Conus, Dwlght Domnanish. and Bill Hegarty.) Boys Club — Buddy Moore, 303; Jose Larios, 113; Robert Gray, 0 2 2; George Payno, 002; Tom Franks, 005; Jim Williams, 001. Totals, 4 3 16. Sacred Heart, 39 North Baptist. 38 Sacred Heart — Jackie Bauer, » 3 3: Pete Martin, 612; Jim Colby, 301; Mike Stlne, 1 0 S; John Reedy 102; Dennis Motelet, 103. Totals, 18 3 14. (Other players, Mike Brady and Bill Bellefville.) North Baptist — Paul Stephens, t 6 0; Jim Hotaling, 221; John Coffman, 1 0 '0; Eddie Hughes, 010; Cecil Heathman, 003; Alan Pratt, 0 0 1; David Milburn, 002. Totals, 13 8 7. (Other players, Ron DePrlest.) — Eddie Payne, • 1 2; 300; Trinty Ybarra, 3 1 0; Ralph Ybarra, 300; Eugene Mitchell, 302. Totals, It 2 4. 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