The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on January 30, 1963 · Page 3
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Bowling Roundup Lichtenberger Rolls 628 As PNB Gains Ray Lichtenberger scored a 028 series last night as his Peoples National Bank team swept four points from first-place Ottawa Tunes in the Industrial League at the Ottawa Bowl. Lichtenberger rolled lines of 224-203-201, and each of his teammates beat 500 as the bankers built up a 2,731 team series. The Times' lead was cut by a point, as Presto Food Service vaulted into second place with a 4-0 sweep over Bennett Creamery. The Times' record is 50%se'/i, compared to 47-41 for Presto and 46-42 for Bennett. Peoples National has a 44-44 count. Arnold's Jewelry girls posted a 2,280 team series and a 4-point sweep over Eagles Auxiliary to pad their lead in the Tuesday Night Ladies League at the Ottawa Bowl. High scorers in' the women's league were V. Fergu- son with an 187 line and 499 series for Arnold's; V. Foster with a 485 for Arnold's, and H. Carey with an 186 line and 463 series for KOFO. Arnold's record is compared to 50^-37% for KOFO. Maracaibo Oil, with every man beating 500, swept four points from Self-Service Shoes to gain a point on first-place Al Beets' Ramblers in the men's Royal T League at the Royal T. Beets beat Hensiek's Grocery, 3-1, and holds a 17 1 / 2 -2 1 / 2 record for the last half of the season. Maracaibo, which posted a 2,603 team series, is second with 15-5. Cecil Wolgast led Beets with a 567 series. The top scorer for Maracaibo was C. Cordle with 540. E. Miller, with Maracaibo, rolled the best line in the Royal T. session, a 212, in his 503 series. Dave Heckman turned in the best series in the league, 588, for Bundy's Insurance, 3-1 victor over the LL&B Oilers. Other team results and individual scores in the Ottawa Bowl leagues appear elsewhere in today's sports section. Here are team results and high individual scores in the Royal T League: ItOTAl T LEAGUE Al Beets Ramblern — 1 High 10-30 — C. Wolgast, W-S87 Bcnilek's Grocery — 1 High 10-30 — O. Motelet, 171-507 Miracalbo Oil— 4 High 10 — E. Miller, 312 High 30 — C. Cordle, 549 OtUwt Saving! Lo*n— 8 High 10 — Cheney, 209 High 30 — Orabhsm, 56* Trout's Jewelry— t High 10-30 — W. Lewis, 198-518 Bandy's Insurance— 3 High 10-30 — O. Heckman, 202-588 LL&B Oilers— 1 High 10-30 — Ouge, 164-491 ROYAL T MAKE-UP Bandy's Insurance — 2 High I'O — D. Heckman, 203 High 30 — J. Punk. 547 Trout's Jewelry — 2 High 10-JO — S. Smith, 200-647 SobbaGets 27, But Cubs Fall PONTANA — Richmond's Leon Sobba scored 27 points here last night, but it wasn't enough for the Cubs who fell to Fontana, 68-43. Sobba added three free throws to his 12-field goal performance to win individual scoring honors. Bigley scored 21 and Baxter 18 for Fontana. Burlingame Pulls | One Out Of Fire THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, January, 30, MM BURLINGAME - B u r 1 i n- game's high - scoring Bob Masters took a floor-length pass from Ed Markley and laid a field goal in with 6 seconds left to give Burlingame a 56-55 victory over Amcricus here last night. Americus was ahead, 55-54, when Coach Curtis Kenner's Burlingame Bearcast, with the ball in their possession, called time out. Americus applied a press, and Ron, taking the ball out for Coach Phil Rose's Richmond Burlingame, fired it down the **D" 4 AM MA LtnnJ. *C1__1 AIV **O . . vv . Panthers Claim Overtime Victory WILLIAMSBURG - The Wil-| liamsburg Panthers defeated Lyndon, 43-40, in an overtime game at Williamsburg last night. Lyndon held an 8-point lead at the end of the first quarter and continued to lead until in the third quarter when the Panthers scored eight points and held Lyndon to one. • In the final period Lyndon scored 12 points to Williamsburg's nine for a 39-39 tie. The Panthers scored four to Lyndon'* one in the overtime. Fred Buckley was Panther Coach Louis Coppoc's high scorer with 17 points. Walquist was high for Lyndon with 12. The Panther B team beat Lyndon, 43-20. Williamsburg will host Pomona Friday night. WILLIAMSBURG - 43: Buckley, 735; Millikin, 400; Binns 202; Goodwill, 215; Ransom, 212; Piersol, 002; Stansbury, 121. Totals, 18 7 17. LYNDON - 40: Walquist, 36 1; Newton, 405; Bremer, 2 3 2; Trendel, 255; Lippert, 1 0 3; Fabert, 020; Knight, 001. Totals, 12 16 17. Score by quarters Williamsburg 7 15 8 94 Lyndon 15 111 12 1 A Family OfSolons A recent editorial in the Pitts burg Headlight calls attention to an unusual distinction held by an Ottawa woman. She is Mrs. Ben F. Bowers whose father was a state senator whose husband was a state sena tor and who has a son who is a state senator. Mrs. Bowers is the daughter o the late H. F. Sheldon 'who wa elected state senator from the Franklin County district in 1896 Her husband, attorney B. F. Bow ers, served as state senator abou 20 years ago, also from the Frank lin County district. Her son, Ai torney William S. Bowers, is th present state senator from th Franklin County district. H. F. Sheldon was elected as Populist. B. F. Bowers and son William S. Bowers, who are law partners in Ottawa, are Republi cans. Mother, 10 Children Die In Fire CHANDLER, Que. (AP) -A oung mother ran back into her laming house and perished today with 10 of her 12 children in a ain rescue attempt. Police said Fernande Dupuis, 3, tried to save the sleeping oungsters—aged 2 to 13. The father and two older chil- ren, Rene, 13, and Chilles, 15, es- :aped. Police said an oil stove explosion caused the fire in St. Adeaide Parish near this town, 320 miles northeast of Quebec City in he Gaspe Peninsula. The Rev. Paul-Emile Lamarre, >arish priest, said Dupuis told iim he got up and lighted the oil stove at 4:30 a.m. Shortly after 5 a.m., neighbors leard an explosion and the house >roke out in flames. The dead children were Marie- Paulle, 13; Fernande, 12; Yves, 10; Rosaita, 9; Rossaire, 8; Madeleine, 7; Estelle, 5 Helena 3; and 2-year-old twins — Fernand and Andre. Bags Coyote At Backdoor Times must be rough for the coyote, said 0. D. Garrett, after he had shot one dead at his backdoor this morning. Garrett, who lives eight miles cast of Ottawa, said his dog began barking about daylight, and he took a look. There was the coyote sneaking toward the house. Garrett took his shotgun and stood in the backdoor blast the animal. 'B" team beat Fontana, 37-28, with freshman Dean Kueser and Sophomore Eddie Cox each getting 10 points for the young Cubs, Richmond will play Welda Friday night. Here's last night's varsity scoring: FONTANA - 68: Baxter, 7 4 4; Harris, 3 0 5; O'Conner, 8 0 4: Bigley, 854; Cawny, 002; Burmgarner, 020; Kendrick, 2 0 0; Wiltlang, 010. Totals, 28 12 20. RICHMOND - 43: Maiey, 0 2 5; Kueser, 102; Bennett, 211; Schwegman, 001; Sobba, 12 3 1; Roeckers, 023; Pedrow, 0 3 4; Cox, 020. Totals, 15 13 17 Score by quarters: Fontana 11 22 13 22 Richmond 7 12 11 13 court to Masters. The winning field goal gave Masters, 6-foot senior, 24 points for the night. Markley added 16 for Burlingame. It was the 7th win against 7 losses for the Bearcats who had upset unbeaten Overbrook and placed second in the Osage Coun ty League tournament two weeks ago. The score was tied, 26-26, at the half, and Burlingame pulled three points ahead in the third quarter. Leading Americus were Ron Grother with 16 points and Dean Horton with 15. Burlingame will be at home Friday night with Melvern, Osagc County League leader, the opponent. Here's last night's scoring: BURLINGAME 56: Workman, 203; Markley, 644; Hogle, 1 2 0; Masters, 10 4 2; Seastrom, 2 0 1; Newman, 203. Totals, 23 10 13. AMERICUS - 55: Malicl, « 1 5; Lee, 1 3 2; Grother, 8 0 2; Horton, 634; Glover, 302; Sowers, 001; Totals, 24 7 16. Score by quarters'. Burlingame .. ..14 12 16 14 56 Americus 11 15 13 16 55 6-Foot-6 Peewee Can't Hold Wilt to Get Overseas Assignments O Elizabeth Pinney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Pinney, 1239 S. Hickory, has received her work assignment for recreation specialist in the Army Special Services Department, Verona, Italy. She is a uniformed, civilian working for the Army for a 2- year term and will plan the recreation in the Enlisted Men's Service Club. She recently went to Washington, D. C., for four days of orientation before flying to Heidelberg, Germany, where she received further indoctrination and her assignment. Also in Special Services work in Verona, Italy, as a librarian is Barbara Ivey, daughter of Mrs. Ofelita Ivey, who will be transferred soon to Paris, France. A's Opener May Be Televised KANSAS CITY (AP) — If the city council waives a $20,000 penalty, the Kansas City Athletics will televise their home baseball opener with the New York Yankees, owner Charles 0. Finley says. Finley figures the April 9 game will be a sellout anyway and wants to telecast the game "for the benefit of the shut-ins and the hundreds and thousands of baseball fans in Kansas City and the surrounding areas." In its lease for Municipal Stadium, the Athletics agreed to pay $20,000 for televised home games. The city collects a percentage of the gate after the minimum $125,000 season rental has been paid and had the clause inserted to protect itself against attendance drops because of television. Finley, in a telegram to Mayor H. Roc Bartle Tuesday, asked the council to consider waiving the fee and added: "If this restriction can be removed from the contract, it is very possible that other home games may be televised during the 1963 season." NEW YORK (AP)-WUt Chamberlain, the National Basketball Association's leading scorer, complained today that he didn't like the idea of having peewees of 6- feet-6 guarding him. The 7-1 San Francisco Warrior dropped in 62 points Tuesday night to lead his team to a 123-103 victory over the hapless New York Knickerbockers in the second game of a Madison Square Garden doubleheader. The Boston Celtics edged the Chicago Zephyrs in the first game, 100-99. Dave Budd, whostands 6-feet-6 and weighs in at 210 pounds, tried to handle Chamberlain for 31 minutes and got nowhere. "It was ridiculous," said Wilt, "I have a lot of respect for Budd, but he should try to play people his size." "I felt helpless," conceded Budd. Paul Hogue, the 6-9, 240 pound rookie ordinarily would be assigned to guard Chamberlain. But he was sidelined because of an appendectomy. "Wilt is unbelievably strong," said Budd in awe. "For a while, I figured I'd race him down the court and take the spot I knew he wanted. "But then," Budd added sadly, "he found another spot." The Celtics' victory over the Zephyrs was a heart-stopper. In the last 22 seconds, Bob Cousy plunked in a long one-hander and Tom Heinsohn made good on two free throws for the decision. The St. Louis Hawks whipped the Syracuse Nationals, 123-105, in the other NBA game Tuesday night. More People Buy WURLITZER PIANOS than any other make BUTLER'S A Complete Line Of PRATT & LAMBERT Paints and Varnishes NUZMAN LUMBER 113 E. 1st CH 2-1572 K-State Third In Judging Event FORT WORTH, Tex. (AP) — Oklahoma State University, Texas A. & M. College and Kansas State University finished one-two-three in the general livestock judging contest for senior agricultural colleges at the Fort Worth Stock Show Sunday. Everything piles up handsomely in a Chevy IE including savings Imagine a low-loading wagon roomy enough to handle most anything you can heft—and still trim enough to slip into cramped parking spots. 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