The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 5, 1963 · Page 2
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, February 5, 1963 Race In Big Eight After Buffs' Loss By JIM VAN VALKENBURG Associated Press Sports Writer Henry Iba's Oklahoma State sophomores have come of age. And the Big Eight conference will have a championship race, after all. Oklahoma State's 52-49 victor}' over Colorado's defending champions Monday night at Stillwater made it a four-team race with Colorado still in front. Only one game separates the four teams. The 58-year-old Iba was worried about how his young club would react from blowing a 17- point lead and losing 58-54 at Missouri Saturday night. He got his answer in the Colorado game. The Cowboys went into their famous delay game with 8V6 minutes left and a four-point lead. They didn't lose it this time. The defeat ended a seven-game Colorado winning streak. The Buffaloes hadn't been beaten since Dec. 26, when Kansas upset them in the conference holiday tournament. Iowa State, now the hottest team in the league, made it seven in a row—six in the conference— by whipping Nebraska 63-69 at Oh No, Six Days To Make $9,000 By JIM BACON His tee shot landed behind one PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (AP)-j tree Jack Nicklaus, golf's million-dollar baby, is $9,000 richer Tuesday, :an amazing 8-stroke winner over ;Gary Player in an 18-hole playoff for the Palm Springs Golf Classic championship. Ironically, Nicklaus disclosed Monday that he almost cancelled : playing in the classic because of bursitis in his hip. Nicklaus shot a 3431—65, six- under-par, over the Indian Wells course. He sank 35-foot putts for a birdie 3 on the 17th and for an eagle 3 on the 18th. "Some weeks you only have to work four days for $9,000," said the smiling 23-year-old National Open champion. "This week I had to work six." Player ran into disaster in the second nine. After finishing the first nine two strokes behind while shooting even par, Player bogeyed the 10th. He 3-putted from 25 feet, missing an 18-incher in the process. That was nothing compared with what hit him on 12, where Player saw more palm tree trunks than a camel looking for shade. Three strokes beHind, Player decided to gamble and took a vicious cut at the ball. It landed smack in back of another palm tree. Still gambling, Player hit the next shot left handed. The ball hit another palm tree and bounced into a trap. When the duffer's nightmare finally ended, Player had shot a triple bogey 7—and Nicklaus was six strokes ahead. On the par 3 13th Nicklaus shot a birdie two and Player was in bogeysville again with a 4. Former Braves In OU Game Ottawa sports fans will be able V> see some familiar figures in action at Ottawa University's Wilson Field House Saturday evening. The OU "B" team will meet an alumni team, and the lineup of that alumni team brings back a lot of memories. Here are some of the former Braves who will be in action: Vince Driski, Dudley Geise, Dave Owen, Sherm Price, Bobby Knight, Ron Yingling and Ed Hampton. And there may be still others. The game will start at 5:30 p.m. At 7:30 the Braves will meet tlie Sterling College Warriors in a Kansas Conference game. During the half-time of the varsity game the fans will be entertained by a snappy girls' drill team of Shawnee Mission High School. Ames. Kansas Stale smashed Missouri 90-55 at Manhattan. Colorado's 5-1 record is just a shade ahead of Iowa State's 6-2. Oklahoma State and K-State are tied at 4-2. Iba can't recall any season in his 29 at Oklahoma State when he had to use three sophomores in the starting lineup. His team blew a 14-point lead and lost to K-State in the tournament and this was another new experience for Iba—until the Missouri loss. But it's certain he'll have fond memories of this young team, hit by a rash of injuries and illness earlier which thinned the ranks to six men at one time. Don Linsenmeyer, 6-4 senior out the past nine games with a knee injury, returned to action Monday night. Larry Hawk, a thin 6-2 sophomore, and senior Ivan Wiley had 12 points each, rookie Jim King 10 and a good rebound game for Slate. Ken Charlton, the league's top scorer, had 21 for Colorado. Willie Murrell pumned in 27 points and gabbed 20 rebounds for K-State as the Wildcats produced a runaway typical of their title years. Coach Tex Winter had another good game from his back line—Max Moss and Al Peithman and he may have found a winning combination. Dave Nelson, 6-5 junior, had eight points in his first action this season. Rich Froistad had 21 points and Vince Brewer 19 for Iowa Slate. Player, one of the games greats and the year's leading money winner, didn't let his bogey trouble upset him. He finished the last 4 holes with three birdies and a par to wind up with a 36-37-73. Kansas, the tourney champ mired in seventh place, plays against fifth-place Oklahoma at Norman tonight. The Jayhawks will have Al Correll, versatile senior, eligible for the first time and hopes to start a comeback. College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS EAST Scion Hall 94, Upsala 71 SOUTH Ga. Tech 50, William & Mary 49 Mississippi St. 91, Tulane 73 Vanderbilt 74, Alabama 73, (ot) Florida 84, Tennessee 73 Mississippi 60, Louisiana St. 48 MIDWEST Cincinnati 71, Drake 60 Illinois 104, Indiana 101 Oklahoma St. 52, Colorado 49 Purdue 103, Michigan State 81 Wisconsin 81, Michigan 78 Iowa State 83, Nebraska 69 Kansas St. 90, Missouri 55 SOUTHWEST Ariz. St. U. 89, N. Mex. St. 62 Texas Western 65, Arizona 50 N. Mex. 91, Southwest Okla 53 FAR WEST Utah State 85, Montana 67 Arkansas State 63, Pittsburg State 59 St. Benedicts 72, Fort Hays State 68 Emporia State 68, Omaha 57 Bethany 85, Kansas Wesleyan 57 Warrensburg Stale 74, Maryville State 72 Springfield State 102, Rolla Mines 91 William Jewell 70, Westminster 52 Kirksville State 87, William Penn (Iowa) 57 Washington of St. Louis 81, Eastern Illinois 70 McKendree 75, Harris Teachers 71 Junior College McPherson Central 72, Chanute 71 (ot) No Change In Top Six By WILL GRIMSLEY Associated Press Sports Writer Headed by Cincinnati, No. 1 for the 10th straight week, the top six teams held their positions today in The Associated Press college basketball poll. Behind the unbeaten Bearcats came Loyola of Chicago, Duke, Illinois, Arizona State and Georgia Tech, all of them unshaken after a week of solid success. The last four teams in the order are Colorado, Mississippi State, Wichita and Stanford—the same as a week ago but in scrambled positions. The poll was based on games through Saturday Feb. 2. The Top Ten with first-place votes in parentheses: 1. Cincinnati (42) 438 2. Loyola of Chicago (1) 378 3. Duke (1) 303 4. Illinois 291 5. Arizona State 204 6. Georgia Tech 203 7. Colorado 125 8. Mississippi State 98 9. Wichita 66 10. Stanford 46 First Christian Scores Upset In Overtime Game The First Methodist and Boys' Club Church League senior division teams remained tied for first place after last night's action, Sacred Heart, also in the first place race, was upset by First Christian, 29-27. First Methodist downed First Baptist, 29-20, and Boys' Club beat Trinity Methodist, 20-18, in an overtime game that was tied, 18-18, at the end of the final period. The First Christian • Sacred Heart game also ended in an overtime with the teams tied, 2525, after the last regular period. First Christian scored four points to Sacred Heart's two in overtime play. The First Methodist Greens lead the junior division teams with a perfect 5-0 record. Here are boxscores: JUNIOR DIVISION Boys' Club, S4 Calvary Baptist, 13 Boys' Club — Trini Ybarra, 810; Ralph Ybarra, 701; Lloyd Yohe, 1 0 1; Skip Bishop, 010. Totals, 16 2 2. (Other players, Eugene Mitchell and Kenneth Ledom.) Calvary Baptist — Bob Stephens, 3 0 1; Bill Adams, 201; Corky Walton, 100; Oscar Taylor, 003. Totals, 6 0 4. (Other players, Kenneth Chapman, Clifford Sheler, Tom Taylor, Randy Elder, Mike Haihman.) First Christian, IS North Baptist, » First Christian — Ronnie Doyen, 4 0 2; Don Stevens, 311; Scotty Brink, 001; Phil Gibson, 003; Ray Anderson, 001. Totals, 617. North Baptist — Eddie Clark, 202; Kenneth Montgomery, 100; Steve Crockett, 100; Dale Kersley, 012; Billy Keelin, 003. Totals, 417. (Other players, Terry Shoemaker.) First Methodist (Greeiu), 10 Westminster Presbyterian. • First Methodist — Russell Daugherty, 531; Sam Weldner, 103; Jim Stark, 010; Richard Hughes, 102; Tom Oleason, 002. Totals, 738. (Other players, Scot Chesbro and Lonnle Bones.) Westminster — Wally Hart, 112; Tod Queen, 133; Tom Johnson, 013; Jim Honn, 003. Totals, 2 5 11. (Other players, Bob Rice, Frank Honn, David Olsh, Dick Hall.) First Methodbt (Whites), 17 Trinity Methodist, 14 First Methodist — Jerry Bender, 3 0 0; Dennis Cook, 120; David Adamson, 211; David Bcchtle, 100. Totals, 7th-8th Graders Pour It On, 37-9 Freshmen Sparkle In 40-30 Victory Coach Harvey Drake's freshmen cagers turned in one of their better performances as they triggered a 40-30 victory over Olathe yesterday afternoon at Olathe after being tied in the first and holding a slim 3-point margin at the intermission. Ending the season with a 4-6 record, the Whirlwinds made their final outing before the annual EKL freshman tournament which starts Thursday. Ron Boyer ignited the first frame scoring as he dumped in 6 points to lead the way to a 10-10 stand-off for the first quarter. Olathe made four of its initial points at the charity stripe with Peters chucking in 4. Dale Dietrich, usually not the shooter but the strong defensive player, found a quarterback spot and touched off a splurge as he bucketed 3 fielders and a free for his final total of 7 points. This big effort allowed the Reds to slip into a 22-18 halftime margin. Playing defense and controlling the boards, the Ottawans dropped in 8 points in the third against the Birds' 3 tallies. Dale Spears came on strong in the period with 2 buckets for 4 points. By the end of the frame, the visitors held a 30-21 edge. As the game neared the conclusion. Mike Knop, top gun for the Birds, dropped in 3 baskets in a try to catch up but the damage had already been done as Scott Killough slipped in a pair of fielders. By the end of the stanza, the Whirlwinds stomped off with a 40-30 victory. Dale Spears topped his team with 10 points and 9 rebounds, most of them defensively. Ron Boyer also hit the double figure mark with 10 counters, 8 coming in the crucial first half. Scott Killough closed out the regular season with 9 tallies, Dale Dietrich 7 and Ron Lloyd 4. Box Score: OTTAWA - 40: Boyer 5 0 3; Spears 422; Killough 412; Dietrich 311; Lloyd 203; Winchester 001; Bennet 0 0 0; Shader 000; Shepard 000. Totals 18 4 12. OLATHE - 30: Knop 523; Peters 1 4 0; Marshall 3 0 0; Kifer 101; Bowerman 110; Wohlford 0 1 0; Boyer 001; Fuel 002. Totals 11 8 7. Bethany Hot In Last Half SALINA (AP) - Bethany beat Kansas Wesleyan, 85-57, with a 48-point surge in the second half last night to post a Kansas Conference record of 7 wins, 5 losses. It was the llth straight loss for Wesleyan, now 1-11 in the league. Doug Ade made 21 points for Bethany. Jim Johnson led Wesleyan with 17, although he had just recovered from the flu. 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The ball soared over a lake and dropped into the cup 130 yards away. A devastating third period shifting defense and a hot first half allowed the Ottawa 7th and 8th grade Whirlwinds to completely dominate in a game with the Olathe Birds in their own nest yesterday afternoon in a bout which saw the entire complement of 'Winds get into action. The score was 37-9. Closing out the season on a 73 record, Coach Don Kornhaus' mavericks gave no quarter and asked none as they tackled their problem of how to outplay the enemy. A sharp scoring attack led by Alan Buck's 6 points in the opening frame set the home team behind the 8-ball with an 11-3 score. In second quarter play, Dean Barr, who hadn't connected from the field as yet, pumped in 3 charities to lead in the low scoring frame. Madison Stein, the vastly improving center of the Kornhausmen, connected for his second basket, and the Reds led 16-6 at the half. During the halftime, the Ottawa coach installed a shifting type defense that ranged from man- to-man to the zone defense and stalled the Olathe chances for a revival. Numerous mistakes by the home team left the Reds plenty of chances to gain the upper hand. Barr, one of the best prospects for future OHS teams- pilfered several times to set up Ottawa's biggest scoring quarter. Barr himself contributed 7 points in the stanza, while diminutive Denny Wieneke slapped in 2 goals. By the end of the period, Ottawa held a commanding 29-6 advantage with one frame left to play. Ottawa's substitutes had a field day during the final period as they played out the hand and did admirably with Ted Haworth, Joe Moody and Doug Underwood chucking in a basket each while Bob Hardage connected on a pair of frees. Barr led the scoring with 11 counters but received able support from Buck with 8. Dan Seymour, a starter, hit 2 points and played a good floor game as did his running mate Denny Wieneke. Stalwart center, Madison Stein, checked in with 4 counters. Here's the boxscore: OTTAWA - 37: Barr 3 5 1; Buck 4 0 1; Stein 202; Wieneke 200; Seymour 021; Hardage 020; Haworth 1 0 1; Moody 1 0 1; Underwood 1 0 0; Matthews 000. Totals 14 9 7. OLATHE - 9: Ford 2 1 2; Curtis 031; Anderson 0 1 0; Royal 004; Randall 0 0 2; House 0 0 1; Hundley 001; Totals 2 5 11. 731. (Other players, Jim Greg Reynolds.) Cook and Trinity Methodist — Larry Lewis, 4 0 1: Richard Melton. 103; Ronnie Hughes, 101; Doug Durbin, 100; Steve Payne, 004. First Baptist, 11 Wesleyan Methodist, 4 First Baptist — Ken Jennings, 210; Dan Mullen, 104; Dennis Oumm, 1 0 0; Harold Montgomery, 101; Alan Loyd, 101; Stan Shisler, 001. Totals, 617. (Other players, Barry Showalter and Bruce Prentice.) Wesleyan Methodist — Gary DePriest, 302; Lyle Adcock, 103; Jim Johnson, 101. Totals, 406. (Other players, Kenneth Gates and Joe Brown) Sacred Heart, 9 Grace Episcopal, 8 Sacred Heart — Tim Brady, 510; Dan Harkins, 202; Mike McClay, 1 0 3. Totals, (IS. (Other players, ry Dldde, Don Bellefeullle, Tim Mo> Clay, Dan* Alters, John Birter.) Grace Episcopal — Ted Hoppe, 2 • 0; Tom Wellington, 101; Jon Indall, 102. Totals, 403. (Other players, Dana Bennett. Pat Wellington, Steve Kloster.) SENIOR DIVISION Boys' Club, 20 Trinity Methodist, 18 Boys Club — Thomas Franks, 32$: Jose Larios, 303; Robert Oray, 3 « 1; Norman Moore, 103; Qeorgle Payne, 030. Totals, ( 4 10. (Other players, Edwin Payne and Jim Williams.) Trinity Methodist — Bob Rahlston, 301; Jack Hayden, 1 S 2; Jim Haworth, 102; Bob Nordyke, 118; Re« Houston, 003. Totals 6 • 10. North Baptist, 2» Faith Lutheran, 20 North Baptist — Paul Stephens, 7 11; Jim Hotallng, 303; Eddie Hughes, 211; David Mllburn, 012; Cecil Heathman, 005; John Coffman, 0 3 4. Totals, 12 5 16. (Other players, Alan Pratt and Ron DePricsU Faith Lutheran — Doug Downey, I 2 0; Ray Pope, 2 3 0; Roger Downey, 300; John Hoppe, 1 0 3; Roger Buck, 033. Totals, 788. (Other players, Jim Fox.) First Christian, 28 Sacred Heart, 27 ' First Christian — Bill Greene, 320; Martin Williams, 340; Bill Wheeler, 202; John Fogle, 300; Keith Hoiden, 012. Totals, 11 7 4. (Other players, Joe Bowen) ... Sacred Heart — Mike Brady, 3 13: Jack Bauer, 312; Pete Martin, 2 0 2; Dennis Motelet, 800; Jim Colby, 1 0 3; Mike Stine, 113. Totals, 12 3 12, (Other players, John Reedy and Bill Bellefuille.) First Methodist. 9» First Baptist, 20 First Methodist — Danny KilUon, 4 0 0; Terry Wollen, 300; David Allen, 120; Alan Van Loenan, 111; Kick Wood, 032; John Stark, a 0 1. Totals, B 6 4., (Other players, Dwight Domnanish and Glen Conus.) First Baptist — Craig Davis, 501; Rick Heth, 201; Greg Oilroy, 201; Jim Alexander, 103; John Presley, 003. Totals, 10 0 9. (Other players, Gary Gumm.) 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