The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 30, 1963 · Page 2
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Wednesday, January 30, 1963
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, January 30, 1963 Morrison Hits 31 To Upset K-State By JIN VAN VALKENBURG ; Associated Press Sports Writer Coach Bob Stevens of Oklahoma was forced to rebuild his hotrod team with two regulars out for the season and slow-footed Stan Morrison was the hero of an upset which dealt Kansas State's Big Eight championship hopes a harsh blow. Morrison, a 6-foot-7 215-pound senior, -was a holdover from last year's Oklahoma team which played slow-down control ball. He is a good shooter but was considered too slow to be a starter in the Stevens run-run game. He took a 9.8 season scoring average into the K-State game Tuesday night at Norman and came up with his career high of 31 points, pacing Oil's 81-75 victory. Morrison led both teams with 13 rebounds, hit 11 of 16 shots from the field and 9 of 11 .foul shots. Stevens lost two of his first : five scorers in a six-day span. Jerry Haddock, a 6-5 senior with a 7-point conference average broke his wrist against Oklahoma State last Wednesday. Farrell : Johnson, 6-3 junior with a 16-point league mark, second best on the team, was ruled scholastically ineligible Monday. Harvey Chaffin, a 6-6 holdover From last year hit 15 points and Eddie Evans, speedy little back- liner, scored 18 against K-State. K-State skidded to fifth place with a 2-2 record and Oklahoma moved up to fourth with 3-2. Iowa State, a first division team six of the past seven years, jumped to third place with 4-2 on a 78-66 victory over Missouri at Ames. Colorado is on top, unbeaten in four league games and ranked eighth in the nation, Oklahoma State is next at 3-1. Marv Straw's 25 points and Vince Brewer's 16 led Iowa State. The Cyclones have won five straight, four in conference play. Ray Bob Carey had 17 points and Ken Doughty 16 for Mizzou. Kansas State trailed all the way except for a five-minute period in the second half. Jim Gatewood, Oklahoma sophomore, put the Sooners in front to stay with a layup with five minutes left. Willie Murrell, 6-6 K-State front- liner, had a 21-point conference average but scored only seven points. Gary Marriott had 20 and Max Moss produced 15 for the Wildcats. Indians Avenge Loss To Buffs POMONA — The Pomona Indians defeated the Quenemo Buffaloes, 56-43, at Pomona last night, avenging their only loss of the season. The Indians dropped their first season game to Quenemo last month but have remained undefeated through the last 11 games and ended up last week as Franklin County League champions with • 43-40 win over the Williamsburg Panthers. Quenemo led the Indians 25- College Basketball EAST St. Bonaventure 83, Providence 71 Villanova 49, Duquesne 45 Connecticut 90, Boston Univ. 76 Vafayette 79, Bucknell 67 Seton Hall 71, Long Island 61 SOUTH Duke 88, South Carolina 70 Virginia Tech 79, Geo. Wash. 75 MIDWEST National College (Mo.) 59, University of Kansas City 57 Southwestern 94, McPherson 81 Northwest Missouri 84, Nebraska Wesleyan 71 Pittsburg 72, Emporia State 70 College of Emporia 73, Baker 72 Iowa State 78, Missouri 66 Oklahoma 81 Kansas State 75 Drake 79, Bradley 72 Xaxier, Ohio 73, Bellarmine 56 SOUTHWEST Texas 83, Trinity, Tex. 54 Houston 87, Texas Christian 71 FAR WEST Montana St. 75, Orange State, Calif. 58 Loyola, Los Angeles 66, Univ. of Portland 58 JUCO BASKETBALL Independence 115, El Dorado 59 Kinder Ranked In Scoring Tom Kinder of the Ottawa University Braves is ranked fourth n individual scoring in basketball in District 10 in the NAIA ratings tabulated recently. For 12 games, Kinder has a field goal total of 102 and 24 free throws for a point total of 231 and an average of 19.3 points. Ahead of Kinder in the individual scoring standings are LeRoy Dick, of Tabor College, in first place, Don Turner of Southwestern in second place, and Ray Thome of Kansas Wesleyan in third place. TOM KINDER 24 at halftime in last night's game but fell behind in the third quarter, scoring only four points to Pomona's nine. In the final period, the Indians scored 23 points to the Buffaloes 14 and ended the game with a 9-point edge. Jim Gragg was Quenemo Coach L. C. Haughn's top scorer with 21 points. Jim Goracke was high man for the Indians with 13 points. Quenemo beat the Pomona B team, 64-55. Pomona will play at Williamsburg Friday night, and Quenemo will host Lyndon. POMONA — 56: Goracke, 5 3 2; Nelson, 5 2 3; Shoemaker, 4 4 2; Heidner, 3 0 2; Altic, 2 2 2; Undsey, 213; Crawford, 020. Totals, 21 14 14. QUENEMO - 43: Gragg, 10 1 1; Niehoff, 311; Lewis, 2 4 5; Hoover, 105; Casten, 022; Perry, 0 2 2; Pinkston, 0 1 1. Totals, 16 11 17. Score by quarters: Pomona 12 12 923 Quenemo 8/17 414 Princeton In Frolic Over Jarbalo JARBALO — The Princeton Orioles dropped Jarbalo, 78-57, last night at Jarbalo with David Rukes scoring 18 points for Princeton. Princeton took the lead in the first quarter and held it throughout the game, ending with the Orioles' fourth season win. The Princeton team has lost eight. .Kelly was top scorer for Jarbalo with 25 points. Princeton led, 40-29, at halftime and added 38 more points in the last two quarters to Jarbalo's 28. Lane will play at Princeton Friday night. The Orioles B team beat Jarbalo, 52-23. PRINCETON - 78: Rukes, 5 8 5; Wiederholt, 623; Sutton, 4 3 5; Cannady, 302; Cowdin, 2 3 4; Ralston, 2 1 1; Moore, 2 0 0; McCurdy, 314; Hamilton, 12 0; Hull, 123. Totals, 29 22 27. JARBALO - 57: Kelly, 8 9 5: Griffe, 335; Vestal, 404; Jeannin, 235; Leimkjhler, 214; Sample, 031. Totals, 19 19 24. Score by quarters: Princeton 14 26 15 23 Jarbalo 13 16 1711 Pro Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tuesday's Results Boston 100, Chicago 99 San Francisco 123, New York 103 St. Louis 123, Syracuse 105 Today's Games Los Angeles vs. New York at Boston San Francisco at Boston Thursday's Games Chicago vs. New York at Syracuse St. Louis at Syracuse Cincinnati vs. Boston at College Park, Md. Los Angeles vs. Detroit at Fort Wayne K-State Wrestlers Pin Illinois MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) Kansas State won its fourth traight duel wrestling match by [owning the University of Illinois Tuesday night 16-10. Illinois won only two matches. William Roy of the Illini dealt Alvin Bird his first defeat of the season by a point score of 8-3 in the 167 pound class. Dave Russell llinois heavyweight, bested Jerry Metz 6-4. 123 Ibs.—Dave Unruh, K-State defeated Bill Langdon 9-0. 130 Ibs. — Gus Garcia, K-State defeated Tom Koenig 10-5. 137 Ibs.—John Thompson, K State, defeated Jeff Polz 5-3. 147 Ibs. — Joe Sea, K-State drew with Tonny Kusmanoff 3-3. 157 Ibs. — Richard DeMoss, K State drew with Gary Vogt 1-1. 167 Ibs.—William Roy, Illinois defeated Alvin Bird 8-3. 177 Ibs.—Denton Smith, K-State defeated Richard Callaghan 5-3. Heavyweight — Dave Russell Illinois, defeated Jerry Metz 6-4 INCOME TAX Can't Be Puffed Out of a Hot! Just take it'to BLOCKI They have the know-how, the on-the-ipol faciliti«i, and a national reputation for reliability! Gel youi tax on the way NOW... the fart, safe, economical way See Block TODAY! IOTH FEDERAL AND STATE Nation's Largtwt Tax Specialists - 34« Offices Across the U.S. 201 VaS. Main Week D»>« 0-9 p.m.—Sat. & Sun. 9-5 — CH Necessary, Wylie Scores 29 In Lane Victory LANE — Jim Wylie scored 29 >oints for the Lane Lions last night, leading his team to a 7551 win over Bronson here last night. Bronson took the lead in the irst quarter and held it to half- ime with a score of 29-28. In the third quarter Lane scored 26 points to Branson's 18. In the final period Bronson dropped be- lind, scoring 14 points with the Jons getting 21. Mike Kuder was second high man for Lane with 20 points, and telly Broughton was top scorer 'or Bronson with 20. Coach Clayton True's B team ran away from Bronson with the final score, 61-18. Lane will go to Princeton Friday night. LANE - 75: Wylie, 13 3 4; Kuder, 924; Baxter, 552; Stiffler, 221; Gary Stevens, 1 1 0; Whee- er, 002; Chambers, 001, Brown, 004; Phillip Stevens, 1 0 4. Totals, 31 13 22. BRONSON — 61: Broughton, 10 0 4; Humphrey, 420; J. Shelton, 4 1 5; C. Shelton, 5 8 2; Mix 001; Welch, 121. Score by quarters: Lane 10182621 Bronson 12 17 18 14 BATTERY WEAK? Install A NEW AUTO-LITE STA-FUL or 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 Wants Them To Keep Shoes Oh CHICAGO (AP) — George Ireland, coach of the Loyola Ramblers who are the nation's No. 2 basketball team, plans to take the case of the shoeless basketball players before the National Rules Committee this year. "It's a minor point," said Ireland, who also is the representative of the Fourth District for the National Basketball Committee of the U.S. and Canada, "but it just isn't fair." Ireland contends that several times this season rival players have had play halted by officials because of the loss of the shoe. "Funny thing," says Ireland "It always happens when we have a fast break going 'and a three- on-one situation. In one game this year, it happened four times. Same player, same situation. Three of four men going for the basket against one defender." Ireland blames it on the oxford- type sneaker which can be kicked off easily. When a player loses his shoe, an official time out is called until the shoe is tied on again. Ireland said he will mention his complaint to the rules committee which meets two days after the NCAA tournament ends in March. Presbies InTie For Lead College of Emporia has movec into a first-place tie with Bethe College of Newton in Kansas Conference basketball standings The C of E Presbies squeakec past Baker, 73 to 72, last night with Harold Smallwood scoring 28 points for C of E, and Babe Hawk hitting 32 for Baker. Southwestern College of Win field won over McPherson Col lege, 94 to 81, winning in the las three minutes of the game. Don Turner scored 37 points for South western. The Ottawa University Braves with 6 wins and 8 losses in the conference will meet Bethel Col lege Threshers here Friday night Pomona Assistant Coach Pitched In Dodger System tx J By DICK CRAWFORD John Kimbrel, assistant basket>all coach it Pomona High School, has been associated with sports since he was old enough to begin enjoying them. His sports experience led him 'rom Dodge City, his hometown, to a contract with the Brooklyn (now Los Angeles) Dodgers. Kimbrel, a lefthanded pitcher, signed with the Dodgers in 1957 after graduation from high school. [Tor the remainder of that year te played in the team's farm system in Pueblo, Colo, and Shawnee, Okla. The next year he jlayed with-farm teams in Ma:on and Columbus, Ga., and Kokomo, Ind. In 1959 he played the Hodges May Be Mets Coach NEW YORK (AP) - If 39-year old Gil Hodges can't drag his aching legs out to first base next sea son, he'll probably wind up as a coach for the New York Mets. "If he can't make it from the shoulders down because of his bad knee," rasped Manager Casey Stengel today, "then I don't see why we can't take advantage of what he has from the shoulders up." Hodges underwent surgery for the removal of a cartilage on his left knee late last season, but he'd like to give it a try and Stengel would like to see him on first base, too. "If Gil isn't crippled, I may alternate him with Tim Harkness at first base," Stengel said. He also pointed out that he had 18-year- old bonus baby Ed Kranepoo waiting in the wings for a chance, For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobiloc Set Dean Berlin. Agent 109 E. Second Phone CH 1-2804 JOHN KIMBREL whole season in Odessa, Tex., and then went to Reno, Nev., for the 1960 season. The following year, 1961, he played in Panama City, Fla., and headed for the major league team the next spring. But in spring training play, Kimbrel injured his arm. The arm hid been injured once before in 1958 and the second injury convinced him there was no future for him in baseball. Kimbrel returned to Dodge City and decided to complete his education. Through his years in baseball, Kimbrel was able to pick up about 20 hours a semester in his out-of-season periods Which enabled him to graduate from Emporia State Teachers College last spring. He began teaching and coaching at Pomona last September. Daring Kimbrel's college days he was unable to participate in sports because of his former professional links. He went up through the grades, high school and junior college in Dodge City. He attended Fort Hays State and then finished his education at Emporia. Kimbrel is 24 years old and single. Besides his coaching duties at Pomona High, he teaches economics, typing and bookkeep- ping. His love for sports continues with his coaching and dedication to all sports. OTTAWA BOWL 41SV& N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 TUESDAY NIGHT Shlnn * Haley—1 1st P. Jackson 124 R. Kaub Ill M. Kamp 116 B. Adams ITS 6. Simmons 163 KOFO—3 H. Carey 186 H. Conrad 120 B. Welborn 100 Lichtenberger . . ..125 f. White 161 TFW Auxiliary 5901—4 J. Lutz 148 D. McFadden 124 L. Wise 131 W. Sowers 123 Todd'i InaurMce—4 L. Bennett 92 B. Flory 135 E. Keim 150 L. Campbell 115 Arnolds Jewelry— 4 H. Llegerot 152 M Cayot 128 V. Ferguson 187 M. Moore 139 V. Foster 148 Eacles AH. No. £700—0 B. Brill Ill M. Hopkins 124 B. Wilson .. ....... 134 I. Casteel 112 E. Keller Ill LADIES INDUSTRIAL Presto Food Products—4 2nd 3rd Ttl. 1st 2nd 104 176 404 L. Blackstone ...... 159 167 132 122 365 J. Wlllhite 163 224 126 136 378 J. Clark 129 145 ItM 126 409 R. Cannady 193 137 146 138 437 M. Ball 141 184 Bennett Creamery No. 1—0 153 124 463 L. Kramer 16'0 180 143 156 428 A. Dodd 150 1M 117 153 370 J Kramer .. ...... -166 180 114 144 383 C. Dodd 152 135 166 103 42t R. Kramer 175 200 Wilson Cleaners—3 Shepherd 140 106 128 123 399 T. Parkin 143 116 154 124 402 L. Seller 146 119 134 132 397 B. Moses 142 185 153 145 421 Q. Bttts 120 136 Nitcher Floor Service—1 134 116 342 O. Lancaster 140 198 88 112 335 J. Lancaster 179 111 134 102 386 G. Davis 125 163 127 122 364 B. Figgins 141 127 Peoples National Bank—I 137 136 425 A. Gilbert 186 190 89 153 370 R. Davis 188 156 169 143 499 A. Bennett 137 159 154 156 449 A. Knoeppel 167 188 167 170 485 Lichtenberger . . ..224 203 Ottawa Times—0 117 103 331 L. Moore 153 165 110 143 377 L. Chambers 184 139 96 103 333 B. Hart 132 151 99 124 335 B. Whitacre 191 146 136 127 373 B. Rlnehart 137 164 3rd Ttl. 159 475 115 502 156 430 177 507 197 522 146 476 158 494 150 486 173 460 176 551 131 377 112 371 151 416 131 458 140 39S 135 403 147 437 172 460 158 426 173 558 200 544 204 500 146 501 201 6W 142 460 134 457 136 41f 128 465 154 461 BAG YOURSELF A USED CAR BARGAIN NOW! Why buy just any used car when you can get a Ford Dealer used car at big savings! 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AUCTION Household Goods 110 South Locust Street, Ottawa, Kansas Friday, February 4th Commencing at 1 p.m. Kenmore 30" gas stove, grille, full oven and broiler; Hotpoint electric refrigerator; living room tables; 2 end tables; coffee table; lamp table (blond) also matching desk; red formica top kitchen set, 6 chairs and table; German patio folding table and four chairs; Divan and chair; bunk beds and mattresses; chest of drawers; German bar and room divider; bikes (2); bulletin board; ironing board; floor lamp; gateleg table; double bed; complete barber set; Singer portable sewing machine; garden hoses and sprinklers; push type lawn mower; television antenna and wires; Philco portable television; National Stereo set, short wave, plays 4 speeds; garden tools, rakes, shovels, etc.; odds and ends of dishes; one electric fry pan; baskets; pails; hand tools; Hamilton Beach mixer-juicer. S.F.C. & MRS. HOHERTZ OWNERS Harold Stewart, Auct. 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