The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 4, 1963 · Page 3
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^ C Of E Is Ahead liat A Race By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS College of Emporia, riding the crest of a 9-game winning streak, has taken over undisputed possession of the top spot in the Kansas conference. The Presbies, augmented by mid-season eligiWes, bounced Kansas Wesleyan 71-43 Saturday night. It's still a tight battle in the conference with seven of the ten teams playing at a .500 clip or better. Southwestern is one-half game behind C. of E. and Sterling and Bethel are one back. Ottawa and Bethany won twice each last week to climb into contending roles. Two key games are slated Tuesday night. College of Emporia plays at Bethel and Sterling at Southwestern. Ottawa is host to Pittsburgh Takes A Costly Timeout By TED MEIER Associated Press Sports Writer Don't shed any tears for E Jucker and George Ireland wh coach the nation's top-ranked col lege basketball teams, Cincinna and Chicago Loyola. Save your sympathy for Bol Timmons, coach at the Universit; of Pittsburgh. Jucker and Ireland had few worries Saturday night as thei unbeaten teams rolled up thei 35th and 20th straight victories respectively. The No. 1 Bearcat national champions, walloped SI Louis 70-40 and the No. 2 Ram biers trampled Iowa 86-68. Timmons, however, was per haps the most unhappy coach ii the land. Inadvertently he cost hi unranked Pitt Panthers a surpris victory over West Virginia, th leaders in the Southern Con ference and a team which ha been in The Associated Press Top Ten several times this season. This is what happened: Behind by 16 points early in the second half, the Panther rallied on the hot shooting o Dave Roman to take the lead With three seconds left the Moun taineers went ahead 68-67 on Tom Lowry's push shot. Pitt called time. When play resumed Roman threw in a 40-foot jump shot tha brought the sellout crowd of 5,222 at the Pitt Field House to its fee screaming. But hold-there's a whistle on the play. No basket, no basket. As the Pitt students, who had alreadj hoisted Roman to their shoulder for a victory march, screeced in protest the referee ruled that jus before Roman shot, two of his teammates, Tim Grgurich and Ben Jinks, had called time. There was one second left, time for one more shot. But this time Jinks' jumper fell short. So in stead of a 69-68 Pitt victory, West Virginia won 68-67. "I felt real bad," said Timmons in an understatement. "I knew time was out when Roman scorec because those were the instructions I signalled from the bench.' Ottawans Win Pin Doubles MCPHERSON, Kan. (AP) Rolling on the final squad, Sterling Legion No. 2 posted a 3,196 during the weekend to win the team championship of the five- week American Legion state bowling tournament The McPherson Tigers, leaders the previous two weeks, were second with 3,162. Wayne Lewis and Dave Heckman of Ottawa took the doubles title with 1,343. Harold Elliott of Lawrence who rolled 750 three weeks ago, claimed the singles crown. The all-events championship went to Warren Woods of Shawnee, the leader since the first week. More than 900 men and 172 teams competed. Pro Basketball NBA Eastern Division W.L. Pet GB Boston ......... 39 17 .696 — Syracuse ...... 30 24 .566 8 Cincinnati ..... 29 27 .518 10 New York ..... 16 39 .291 Western Division Los Angeles ... 43 13 .768 — St. Louis ...... 34 23 .596 9'/ 3 Detroit ........ 21 34 .382 21>/ a San Francisco . 20 35 .364 22!/ a Chicago ....... 19 39 .328 25 Saturday's Results Los Angeles 103, St. Louis 97 Syracuse 117, Cincinnati 113 Sunday's Results Boston 137, Detroit 128 Cincinnati 125, Syracuse 115 Chicago 110, San Francisco 108 New York 122, Los Angeles 95 Today's Game Chicago va. San Diego at San JOM College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS EAST Princeton 70, Penn 58 Providence 102, Niagara 78 Bowling Green 60, Canisius 59 W. Virginia 68, Pitt 67 Creighton 81, SL Bonaventure 74 Holy Cross 74, Boston Coll. 61 St. Joseph's (Pa.) 76, St. Peter's (N.J.) 66 Brown 58, Dartmouth 49 Navy 80, Manhattan 72 St. John's (N.Y.) 47, Army 42 Connecticut 95, Vermont 62 Rhode Island 104, Colgate 77 Boston U. 75, Colby 67 Rutgers 88, Delaware 61 Mass 77, Coast Guard 64 SOUTH Ga. Tech 74, Alabama 58 Miss, St. 73, LSU 66 Auburn 62, Vanderbilt 59 Kentucky 94, Florida 71 Duke 77, N. Carolina 69 Virginia 84, N. Carolina St. 75 Clemson 71, Wake Forest 70 Villanova 59, Memphis St. 54 Tenn. 94, Georgia 65 Miss. 92, Tulane 84 Miami (Fla.) 99, Florida Southern 83 MIDWEST Cincinnati 70, St. Louis 40 Chicago Loyola 86, Iowa 68 Ohio State 97, Purdue 93 Colorado 77, Oklahoma 68 Wichita 66, Tulsa 38 DePaul 78, Louisville 73 Northwestern 100, Indiana 87 Minn. 69, Wisconsin 68 Bradley 85, Marquette 69 Kansas St.. 72, Nebraska 60 Dayton 79, Duquesne 59 Missouri 58, Okla. St. 54 Mich. 72, Mich. St. 71 Iowa St. 69, Kansas 57 Evansville 79, Valparaiso 60 Southwest Arizona St. 63, Tex. Western 60 Arizona 63, N. Mexico St. 40 Texas 73, TCU 56 Arkansas 66, Texas A&M 55 Rice 75, SMU 72 (OT) Texas Tech 60, Baylor 59 FAR WEST UCLA 86, Southern Cal 72 Calif. 79, Oregon 58 Wyoming 70, Air Force 68 Utah 78, Denver 67 Idaho 90, Idaho St. 61 Stanford at Wash. St., cancelled Sterling, Saturday, C of E to McPherson and Bethany to Bethel the same night. These could be important contests, too. C. of» E. Kansas Conference S'western Sterling Bethel Ottawa Bethany McPherson Baker K. Wesleyan Friends 8 4 8 4 7 5 6 5 6 6 9 3 .750 978 826 8 3 .727 801 723 .667 828 785 .667 848 835 .583 844 778 .545 716 660 .500 888 862 5 7 .417 801 848 1 10 .091 629 784 0 11 .000 695 810 This week's games: Tonight — Bethany at Kansas Wesleyan. Tuesday—College of Emporia at Bethel, Baker at Friends, Sterling at Southwestern, Ottawa at McPherson. Friday — Kansas Wesleyan at Friends. Saturday — McPherson at College of Emporia, Bethel at Bethany, Sterling at Ottawa. Two Games In County League Williamsburg will go to Lane and Richmond to Pomona Pri- lay night in this week's only Franklin County League games. Inter-league games are scheduled Tuesday night, Pomona at Melvern and Princeton at Over- irook. Williamsburg and Pomona, with mly a loss to each other, lead he county league with 5-1 records. Lane is next with a 4-2 rec- rd. Pomona will have a league ame remaining with Lane after his week's match with Richmond. Williamsburg will have a league ame left with Princeton. Here are league standings: W.L. W.L. 'omona 5-1 11-2 Villiamsburg 5-1 9-3 ,ane 4-2 8-6 'rinceton 1-5 4-9 Richmond 0-6 1-10 Last Weeks results — Prince- on 78, Jarbalo 59; Lane 60, 'rinceton 57; Lane 75, Bronson 1; Williamsburg 43, Lyndon 40; Williamsburg 50, Pomona 48; Pomona 56, Quenemo 43; Fontana 8, Richmond 43; Welda 60, Richmond 40. This weeks schedule—Tues., 'eb. 5, Pomona at Melvern, 3 rinceton at Overbrook. Fri., feb. 8, Williamsburg at Lane, Richmond at Pomona. • Crucial Big 8 Game Tonight By JIM VAN VALKENBURG Associated Press Sports Writer The Colorado-Oklahoma State game tonight at Stillwater could be the key to the Big Eight basketball championship race — although the season isn't half over. If Colorado wins, the talented and veteran Buffaloes will be in command. If Oklahoma State wins, it likely will be a four-team race with only one game separating the top four —provided also that Iowa State beats Nebraska at Ames and Kansas State defeats Missouri at Manhattan tonight. Colorado would still be in first place with a 5-1 record in the event of an Oklahoma State victory but Iowa State would be right behind at 6-2 with K-State and Oklahoma State next, both at 4-2. Colorado has rolled to seven straight victories, five in the league, since losing to Kansas in the first round of the Big Eight tournament Dec. 26. If Iba's young club doesn't defeat Colorado, this will be the picture: The eighth-ranked Buffs will have four vital road victories in their 6-0 record, with five of their last eight games on their home court where they have won 20 straight. What's more, the two- game Oklahoma sweep would give them an edge over Iowa State, which lost twice in Oklahoma. Kansas, the tournament champion now in seventh place, hopes to start a comeback at Oklahoma Tuesday when Al Correll, talented 6-3 senior, will be eligible. Correll played with Wayne Hightower and Bill Bridges on the 1960 co- champs and 1961 runners-up. Huskers Win Swim Meet LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP)-The Cornhuskers of Nebraska won seven of 11 events and a 55-40 dual swimming meet victory over Kansas Saturday. Bill Murdock, Kansas team captain, set a pool record with 2:24.5 in the 200-yard breaststroke. CLOSE QUARTERS - It seems like odd place for bulldozer to be operating but it has purpose. Bulldozer was lifted by crane into railroad car to crack loose load of chat. Chat, which apparently had some moisture in it, was frozen solid in five cars on siding at Kismet. Since chat was needed for construction work, bulldozer was put to work. Bowling Jones Leads Edmiston Sweep _ _ , I-WA^IJ-C x.VJlllCDl, U1C IllgllligllL Ul Octll Edmiston s swept four points Francisco's yearly Chinese New om Helen and Bill's Cafe in v^n^v „„!„! *:„_ Pick "Miss Chinatown" SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-A Hawaiian beauty, Shirley Fong, 20, has been chosen to reign as 1963 Miss Chinatown, U.S.A. Sixteen lovely Chinese-American girls vied for the honor in Sunday night's sixth annual beauty and talent contest, the highlight of San from Helen and Bill's Cafe in the Grand Champions League Sunday at the Ottawa Bowl. The Edmiston men, led by Ken Jones with a 231 line and 577 series, scored a 2,589 team series. Grand Champion League teams are the champions in last season's men leagues at the Ottawa Bowl. A. Dodd posted the top series, 566, in mixed league play Saturday at the Ottawa Bowl. Dodd's team, the Downdrafts, beat the Alley Cats, 4-0, in the Sunset League. Again, Craig Davis was high in last week's R & M Midget League at the Ottawa Bowl, rolling a 2- linp series of 367 for the Side Swipers which beat Deuces Wild, 2-1. Craig's lines were 178-189. Other high scorers were Jack Sauer, 286 for the Deuces; S. Bell, 285 for the Splinters, 0-3 losers to the Timber Tumblers; Hal Suits, 280 for the Tumblers, and D. Gumm, 279 for the Tumberls, and D. Gumm, 279 for the Sleepers, 2-1 victors over the Scatterbrains. Team results and individual scores in the Ottawa Bowl leagues appears elsewhere in today's sports section. Year's celebration. Miss Fong, who attends the University of Hawaii, impressed the judges with a modern interpretive hula. Robbers Break Up Dice Game MAXVILLE, Mo. (AP)-A gang armed with a submachine gun and a pistol with a silencer raided a dice game in Jefferson County early Sunday and robbed more than 30 men of at least $4,500 in cash and jewelry, a county official said. Another report placed the loot at more than $30,000. Prosecutor Branson Rollings- worth said the robbery occurred at the Lake Holliday resort about six miles southwest of Maxville. Maxville is near the soutli edge of St. Louis. The gang, believed to include at least six men, reportedly entered the house around midnight and stayed until 3 a.m. The report said they forced the gamblers, most of them from St. Louis, to disrobe to their underwear. The gunmen then went through the clothing, taking money and everything else of value. Hollingsworth said he was told the gunmen tore up the house, apprently trying to find more money. He said an intensive investigation has been ordered and that he will meet today with Capt. William Barton of the Missouri Highway Patrol and Sheriff Arch McKee. Capt. Barton said some of the players were picked up by a car in St. Louis late Saturday night and taken to the game. He declined to release the victims' names, but said three of the More People Buy WURLITZER PIANOS than any other make BUTLER'S players were able to identify four and perhaps more of the robbers. "From the looks of this job," Barton said, "I think we'll just have to keep their names secret until later. Those gunmen knew what they were doing and they did it real smoothly." Labor Party Seeks Leader LONDON (AP) - The British Labor Party began voting today for a leader to succeed the late Hugh Gaitskel!. Right winger George Brown, deputy leader, is given the edge in a three-way race. The two others on the ballot circulated among 247 Laborite Parliament members are Harold Wilson, the party's spokesman on foreign affairs, and James Callaghan, the party's financial expert. Hie man chosen could be Britain's Prime Minister if the Labor Party succeeds in unseating Harold Macmillan's Conservatives in the next election. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. THE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, February 4, 1963 Four Die In Plane Explosion SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - R Slick Airways Constellation CM* rying classified Navy cargo crashed Sunday in an instrument landing at fog-shrouded San Francisco International Airport and exploded in flames, killing four of the eight men aboard. The huge, four-engine ship made a normal instrument approach and then dug its left wing into the ground at the edge of the runway, skidding into a half- moon arc that ended 300 yards away. The plane burst into flame. A spokesman for Slick Airways said the craft was carrying classified cargo bound for Alameda Naval Air Station across San Francisco Bay. The cargo was presumed destroyed. Deeds E. E. Haley to Clarence G. Nauman, Vi acre NEVi NE'/i Sec. 11 17-19; P.E.L. Const. Inc. to Wm. O. Smith, % Int. in & to lot 1 of Willow Acres P.E.L. 1st. Add.; Dorothy O. Daugharthy to Wm. O. Smith, undlv. V« int. In & to lot 1 Willow Acres P.E.L. 1st Add.; Pern L. Oregg to Keith R. Davidson, W'/ a SE'/« Sec. 12 18-20; Rob- crt S. Lowe to Elate B. Payne, EVi lots 1-2-5-& EW N20' lot 7 Blk 61. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgerjr Stops Itch—Relieves New York, N. T. (Special) — For the first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve pain — without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction {shrinkage) took place. lio»t amazing of all—results wer» so thorough that sufferers mad* astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to be a problem!" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne®)—discovery of a world-famous research institute. This substance is now available in suppository or ointment form under the name Preparation JU* At all drug counter* BACKACHE & NERVE TENSION HCOHMRY TO KIDHEV IRRIliTIW After 21, common Kidney or Bladder Irritations affect twice as many women at men and may make you tense and nervous trom too frequent, burning or itchliif urination both day and night. Secondarily yon may lose sleep and suffer from Headaches, Backache and feel old, tired, depressed. In such Irritation, CYSTEX usually brings fast, relaxing comfort bj curbing Irritating germs in strong, acic urine and by analgesic pain relief. Gel OYSTEX at druggists. 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