The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 9, 1963 · Page 2
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Cyclones Defeat Olathe For 7-0 League Mark Morton's 31 Tops In Career Harry Morton's career high of 31 points, plus some mighty hot free throw shooting, 19 of 21, extended the Ottawa Cyclone's mastery over Eastern Kansas League opponents as the Reds drubbed the Olathe Eagles 57-39 on the Ottawa hardwoods last night. The win, number 7 in EKL competition, runs the Cyclones' victory streak to 8 games, all coming in the new year 1963. The hero of last night's exhibition was lean, lanky Morton. Usually the team leader in the scoring column, Harry garnered 14 rebounds and turned most of the garbs into baskets as he netted 11 fielders. From the free throw line, he hit 9 of 10 chances to boost his total to 31 points. Already the leader in the EKL with a 16.5 average, the dead-eye center increased his production to 17.5 points per game in 14 bouts. Ottawa now stands at 12 wins against 3 defeats. The Eagles are 3-4 in the league and 5-8 in total games. Although Morton did most of the damage, sophomore Ronnie Mendell backed his play with a 12- point effort. Jim Lewis provided 6 points while Roy Dunn scored 5. Eddie Davidson hit 3 and turned in one of the outstanding plays of the evening. First quarter action made the Cyclones look like anything but the league leaders as the Olathans surprised the Reds with a pressing defense that fouled up the works for some time. A hustling, rebounding Bird quintet made second shots almost impossible to get. The Cyclones jumped off with a long side shot form Morton for a 2-0 margin. On the next series Morton again tallied for a 4-0 lead but things began to shift. Doug Knopp and Stan Sommers raised the Eagles from oblivion with a pair of goals and a 4-4 tie after several minutes of play. Ron Mendell converted the next basket for Ottawa and knotted the count at 6-6. Things got progressively worse for the league leaders, and it looked pretty dark for awhile. The Reds only pulled in 2 rebounds, both by Dunn, against the Birds' 6 grabs in the first stanza. By the end of the period, Olathe tied the score at 12-12 on Bob Goodwin's jump shot from free throw line. Olathe opened the second frame on Doug Knopp's free throws for a 14-12 margin but Davidson and Dunn chopped into the lead with baskets and set the Reds up, 1614. Ottawa, long noted for its uprisings, set the pace by jumping to a 20-18 margin with 3:32 left left until halftime. From that point on, the Reds turned on the steam and looked like the champs of the league. Mendell chucked in 4 points while teammate Morton pounded the nets for 3 to give the Ottawans a comfortable 27-18 halftime advantage. Morton took over the scoring in the third period and swished in 9 straight points to give the Reds a 36-20 lead but had some fancy help from ball handler Mendell who garnered an assist from one of Morton's flips. By the end of the stanza, Ottawa held a 43-24 lead. Olallie made its move but it was mightly late in the game for heroics as it it shuttled out to a 43-33 deficit. Morton stuffed in two free throws to start the final Cyclone rout. With 2:04 showing on the clock, Davidson and Mendell set up the play that brought the house to a standing ovation. Davidson took a pass from Morton on a rebound play and dribbled toward the Ottawa goal on a fast break. Only one defender stood between Eddie and the basket while his teamate Mendell was on the opposite side. Davidson proceeded to whip a behind- the-back pass to Ronnie who drove in for an easy two points to up the count to 47-33. With the score standing at 49-35, Morton took charge of the shooting with the final 8 counters and a 57-39 defeat for the Olathe Eagles. Neither team was hot from the field as Olathe hit for a 31 per cent total with 16 of 51 attempts. Ottawa dropped in 19 of 55 shots for 34 per cent reading. Ottawa out-rebounded the Birds, 33 to 28. Harry Morton's 11 of 17 from the field was tops for the Reds while Bob Goodwin led the Eagle scoring with 10 points. Box score: Ottawa—(57) Morton 11 9 4; Mendell 441; Lewis 144; Dunn 211; Davidson 110; Turley 001; Winchester 0 0 0; Schultz 0 0 1; Ferguson 0 0 0; Jameson 000; Park 0 0 0; Totals 19 19 12. Olathe—(39) Goodwin 423; Sommers 4 0 1; Chadwick 2 1 2; Robinson 202; Cartwright 202; Knopp 120; Walters 020; Dio- eseghy 101; Sims 003. Totals 16 5 14. Bowling Lee's Needs 2664 For A 2-2 Split First-place Lee's Cafe needed a 2,664 team series with a 951 line to gain a 2-2 split with W. W. Whitacre in the men's Dynamic League last night at the Ottawa Bowl. D. Heckman scored a 567 series and Bill Wenthe 557 to lead the cafe team. Punk was top scorer in the men's leagues with 585 for Keen which split 2-2 with Willis Nursery in the Dynamic League. Tony VanLeiden rolled a 562 for Royal T which claimed a 3-1 Dynamic League win over Briscoe Drugs. Dave Heckman led the men in (he Nighthawk League at the Ottawa Bowl, hitting 579 for Russ and Pat's. But White's Appliances, with H. Thrasher scoring 561, beat Russ and Pat's, 3-1. Ken Liegerot rolled a 559 with a 213 line as his Montgomery Ward team beat Heathman Oil, 4-0, in the Nighthawk session. Royal T Lanes, which finished the first half of the season on top in the Friday Night Ladies League, is up to its winning tricks again. And small wonder. E. Hills rolled a 208 and 515 and Sue Wolgast a 500 as Royal T toppled 2,395 pins in a 3-1 victory over Helen and Bill's Cafe in last night's session at the Royal T Lanes. Ellen Speer and Connie Albers posted top series, 267s, in the Ottawa High girls GAA League this week at the Royal T. Team results and individual scores in the Ottawa Bowl leagues appear elsewhere in today's Herald. Hen are team results and high THE OTTAWA HERALD Saturday. Feb. », 1963 individual scores in the Royal T Leagues: GAA JUNIORS Lnne Duffers—;i High 1'0-30 — Edith Ponton, 156-261 High 30 — Gall Davenport, 261 Strikes & Spares—0 High 10-30 — Kay Barr, 123-203 Pin Tojipleri—•; High 10 — Kerry Pound, 148 High 30 — Connie Albers, 267 Splitter.—1 High 10 — Margery Golden, 128 High 30 — Dalene Waymire, 228 Bopln's Bowlers — 3 High 10-30 — Linda Wheeler, 122-238 Sleepers—0 High 10-30 — Barb Heathman, 154-256 Pin Topplers—2 High 10-30 — Lindy Wallace, 125-238 Unpredictable*—1 High 10-30 — Kris Ziegler, 141-252 Twiiters—'.' High 10-30 — Ellen Speer, 185-267 Gutter Bugs—I High 10 — Margaret Williams, 134 High 30 — Linda Shaughnessy, 209 FRIDAY NIGHT LADIES Hoyal-T—:( High 10-30 — E. Hills, 208-515 Helen & Bill's Cafe—1 V. Hoffman — 170-472 Kramer's Drugs — :i High 10-30 — P. Hughes, 163-426 Pence Foud Center—I High IV) — B. Leach, 174 High 3D — A. DeCaeny,.449 MuFadrldi Paiiitlnj—a High in-30 — E. Brumit. 160-420 Wills Cafe—I High 10-30 — V. Dengel, 151-394 Ottawa Bowl—8 High 10-30 — B. Adams, 178-488 Gambles—1 High 10-30 — M. Cady, 165-132 Farmcleo—:i High 10-30 — B. Walker, 189-431 Fairmont Dairy—I High 10 — McFadden, 158 High 30 — C. Roller, 421 * * * * * Twisters Stifle Olathe, 57-33 PESKY BALL HARD TO HOLD - Ottawa's Harold Morton tries to pull down ball while an Olathe player dances a jig in EKL game last night won by Ottawa. Other Cyclones visible are Eddie Davidson (12). Jim Lewis (14) and Roy Dunn (24). (Herald Photo) Melvern Wins Osage County League Title MELVERN—The Melvern Panthers won the Osage County League varsity and B team trophies last night after the varsity beat the Overbrook Gophers, 69-55, and the B team downed the Gophers, 66-50. Melvern's Dennis Hayworth led the way with 18 points. He was followed by Jim Lacey with 16 and Wayne Crajiwell and Bob Criss with 14 each. Last night's award put Melvern Coach Gene Otis in the honor spot for the second straight time. The Panthers also were last year's Class B state winners. Melvern and Overbrook entered last night's play tied for first | Tigers next Monday night, Feb. place in the league. Both teams had 7-win and 0-loss league record. Both teams started cold with Melvern scoring nine points to Overbrook's eight. The Panthers scored 20 points in each of the last three periods. Dean Supple was high scorer for Overbrook Coach Dick Shores with 20 points. Coach Otis termed the Panthers play last night as a good defensive game with an overall team effort, particularly in the last three quarters. Melvern will host the Lyndon •'11: - MELVERN-69: Hayworth, 6 6 2; Lacey, 723; Criss, 544; Cranwell, 702; Geier, 121; Mochomer, 111. Totals, 27 15 13. J GILLETTE J ^ Super Power Bar ^ 4 Tractor Tires • J See Us for J J FAST, EFFICIENT J J TIRE SERVICE J J on All Tractors! J J 110 West 4th St T T Right Down Town T • C*Mi r Tlre * • * Jam S Supply, Inc. T T CH Z-4436 J College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS EAST Holy Cross 77, Villanova 62 Perm 76, Yale 69 Dartmouth 58, Columbia 57 Princeton 71, Brown 63 Duquesne 91, Seton Hall 74 SOUTH Tulane 77, Georgia Tech 69 (ot) Louisiana St. 63, Vanderbilt 56 Clemson 86, Virginia 64 Davidson 64, VMI 57 George Washington 59, The Citadel 52 MIDWEST North Dakota St. 68, North Dakota 66 FAR WEST Southern Cal 61, Stanford 57 Washington 64, California 62 Brigham Young 76, New Mexico 73 San Francisco 74, Loyola, Los Angeles 39 Idaho 79, Oregon 61 Portland 67, Oregon State 58 Seattle 100, Montana State 63 Texas Western 57, Utah St. 55 Colorado State Coll. 89, Idaho State 79 Church League Schedule The church league basketball schedule for Monday, Feb. 11 has been announced by Orlis Cox, city recreation commissioner. Senior division—Boys' Club vs. North Baptist at 6:15; Trinity Methodist vs. First Methodist at 7; First Christian vs. Faith Lutheran at 7:45; Sacred Heart vs. First Baptist at 8:30. Junior Division—First Methodist (Greens) vs. North Baptist at 5:30; Westminster Presbyterian vs. Calvary Baptist at 6:10; Boys' Club vs. First Christian at 6:50. For Insurance On dwellings, household goods. buildings and automobile See Dean Berlin, Aqent 109 E Second Phone CH 2-2804 OTTAWA BOWL 41SY 2 N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 OVERBROOK—55; Supple, 8 4 4; Anderson, 453; Snell, 332; Cooper, 303; Hepner, 2 1 3. Totals, 2113 15. Score by quarters: Melvern 920 20 20 Overbrook ••... 8 17 13 17 ADDITIONAL SPORTS ON PAGE SIX Pomona Girls Beat Olivet POMONA — Pomona's girls basketball team clubbed Olivet girls, 48-35, in a hard fought game at Pomona Feb. 7. Mrs. Elaine Warren is coach. The Pomona team, paced by Dea Engle and Mary Scott with 21 and 15 points, respectively, led most of the game to win its second game in three tries this year. The high scoring honors of Coach Lippert's Rams was Carol Joss with 26 points. Pomona's next game will be with Quenemo at Pomona. Pomona players are Dea Engle, Nancy Devin, Willa McKinley, Judy Flager, Sharon Barldey, Mary Scott, Sandra Watts, Karen Briggs, Sandra Church, Kathleen Ribeau and Twila Langley. Williamsburg Defeats Lane LANE — The Williamsburg Panthers dropped the Lane Lions, 63-54, last night at Lane in a Franklin County League game. The Panthers took a 2-point lead over the Lions in the first quarter that ended, 14-12, and continued to hold it through the entire game. Williamsburg controlled both ends of floor and was particularly strong on rebounds. Lane's Mike Kuder and Williamsburg's Fred Buckley were high scorers for their respective teams with, each getting 23 points. The Panther B team won, 6354. Lane will play at Edgerton Tuesday, Feb. 12, and Williamsburg's next game is at Greeley. WILLIAMSBURG-63: Buckley, 10 3 1; Goodwill, 603; Milliken, 401; Binns, 313: Ransom, 3 2 1; Piersol, 211. Totals, 28 7 10. LANE—54: Kuder, 11 1 1; Baxter, 612; Wylie, 444; Stiffler, 2 2 1; Stevens, 001; Brown, 0 0 2. Totals, 22 8 11. Score by quarters: Williamsburg 14162112 Lane 1217 10 15 A pistol-hot third quarter carried the Ottawa Twisters to a bulging margin of 14 points and proved enough to revenge an earlier defeat with a 57-33 trouncing of the Olathe Eagle "B" team on the home court last night. The Twisters also put a surplus defense against the Olath- ans in the last quarter as the Birds failed to hit a field goal. Coach J. W. Emerson's Twirlers emerged with a 9-3 record behind the tough shooting of Terry Davis, back at full strength after a bout with illness. Davis poured through 15 points to pace the winners and received capable help from numerous other sources, including Daryl Jameson's 9- point encouragement. Steve Queen added 7 points, while Jerry Turley and Loren Shofner sported 6 each to add to the balanced attack. Earle Doman connected for 5 and Doug Schultz 4 in addition to Gary Mavity and Mike Shepard's 2-point helpers. The opening frame was similar to one played previously at Olathe in which neither ball club could run away with the lead. With 1:59 left in the first, the Reds set it up on Queen's long set shot that barely wrinkled the net, followed by Doman's free and Jerry Turley's pair of gifts for a 13-8 margin. A balanced hand in the second quarter led the Reds to a 29-22 halftime advantage with Davis, Schultz, Doman and Jameson giving the Twisters thrust. Third period antics saw the Birds pull up to a 29-25 deficit on John Kreighbaum's fielder and free throw, but Jameson took charge for a basket and a set of charities for a 33-25 margin. Davis came back to lend a hand as did Queen who ripped up one of his long guided missiles to ease the Ottawans to 45-31 edge. After Gary Mavity scored a basket on a beautiful rebound play, the Twisters ran the Birds off the court with a sweeping at tack that featured balance and defense. This was the fifth in a row for the Reds and now gives them a 9-3 record with losses to Chanute, Leavenworth and Olathe. Box score: OTTAWA - (57): Davis 7 1 4; Jameson 330; Queen 312; Shofner 303; Turley 1 4 1; Doman 0 5 4; Schultz 123; Shepard 1 9 1; Mavity 101; Saathoff 001; Spears 003. Totals 20 16 23. OLATHE — (33:) Kreighbaum 475; Welch 215; Batson 214; Kurd 1 2 1; Prater 11 0; Pratt 005; Arendale 0 0 0; Pugh 0 0 2; Totals 10 8 23. Wellsvffle Falls In Last Half GARDNER - The Wellsville Eagle fell to Gardner, 45-40, in a Little Seven League game at Gardner last night. Gardner trailed through the first half and was behind, 24-22 entering the last half. Gardner 'orged ahead in the third with 18 points to Wellsville's 12. Wellsvile scored only two field goals in the second half. Gardner's top scorer was Dale Velasquez with 17 points. Dave Beasley was high for Wellsville !oach Al Williams' Eagles with 15 points. The Gardner B team beat Wellsville, 30-23. GARDNER—45: Velasquez, 7 3 2; Griffen, 404; Dolisi, 3 2 1; Peters, 201; Gray, 214; Moore, 102; Carter, Oil; Andrews, 0 0 2. Totals, 19 7 17. WELLSVILLE-40: Beasley, 4 7 2; Jacoby, 335; Coughlin, 2 11;' Good, 225; Rader, 101; Coffey, 113. Totals, 13 14 17. Score by quarters: Gardner 111116 T Wellsville 12 12 12 4 DYNAMIC ... Roynl-T—3 L. Bien 184 143 T. Marks 155 100 M. Thompson 151 159 T. Van Leiden 195 177 Briscor DruCs—1 A. Baldwin 117 145 J. Bass 127 188 0. Suffron Ill 107 K. Suffron 151 140 O. Bond 108 143 W. W. Whitacre—2 J. Jnster 182 145 B. Messenger 172 141 B. Howell 126 135 B. Bond 191 170 S. Cnrclle 173 171 Lee's Cafe— '.'. M. Birckhead 211 182 J. Martin 156 180 A. Jones 148 198 B. Wcntlie 159 198 D. Hcckmi:n 188 187 Kc«n Co.— 1 : Kaub 132 173 Wise 123 132 Funk 200 175 Lewis 156 204 Jackson 134 '170 Willis Nunery— 3 J. Love 147 164 G. Miller 129 124 F. Sherman 85 121 P. Durbln 105 110 R. Crawford 139 123 142 469 119 374 147 457 190 562 147 409 139 464 112 330 125 416 112 363 182 509 196 509 163 423 166 527 150 494 151 544 135 47B 174 520 200 557 192 507 154 459 144 399 210 585 145 502 187 491 163 464 137 390 139 345 111 326 135 397 NIGHTHAWK Krno's Incorporated—:t J, Clark 181 198 J. Wlllhite 201 162 L. Blaokstone 174 138 M. Ball 194 175 M. Eeno 125 143 Harry Smith Auto Supply—1 N. White 145 170 D. Mclntire 109 130 C. Brandon 183 160 B. Bond 156 153 F. Simmons 168 155 RUSH & Vats BudwHscr—I B. Dixon 160 181 R. Ad&ir 97 131 P. O'Nell 148 127 A Jones 177 159 D. Heckman 211 196 White's Appliance*—;) R. BeUge 179 l«6 I B. White 103 15B |E Loivrunce 160 181 H. Thrasher 108 192 ,C. Dodd 141 1S5 ! Heathman Oil—0 J. DeVore 169 160 D. Toumberlin 172 167 D. Skllllng 120 117 E. Ferguson 190 160 Montgomery Ward—I 0. Jones 145 187 K. Hedifer 149 140 O. Burress 128 157 IK. Llegerot 185 161 148 507 166 529 186 498 146 514 137 405 155 470 138 377 182 535 163 473 145 468 146 487 131 358 139 414 160 502 169 576 202 647 185 444 137 45« 201 561 126 432 161 480 121 460 132 369 145 405 152 424 114 403 155 440 213 658 Doit jump to C«ndntMM M your •S />'/'- ^~.m . -* *^ * ^' ^ \/ v INCOME TAX §OTH Avoid troublesome, costly mistakes! To be SURE, take your tax to BLOCK! You'll get fast, accurate, FEDERAL guaranteed service ... at a cost so small you'll be AND 'way ahead in time, trou- $TATI ble, and often even money Saved c »« RIO 1 "* Nation's Largest lax Specialists - 346 Offices Across the U.S. 201'/a S. Main Week Days 9-9 p.m—Sat. & Sun. 9-5 — CH 2-4224 jo Appointment Necessary ( League Results KCAC Southwestern 69, Baker 55 East Kansas League Ottawa 57, Olathe 39 Argentine 60, Bonner Springs 45 Rosedale 52, Turner 50 Franklin County League Williamsburg 63, Lane 54 Pomona 68, Richmond 35 Osage County League Quenemo 54, Burlingame 51 Lyndon 73, Scranton 52 Olivet 35, Carbondale 29 Melvern 69, Overbrook 55 Little Seven League Baldwin 52, DeSoto 49 Eudora 47, Spring Hill 42 Paloa 59, Louisburg 43 Gardner 45, Wellsville 40 Curved AUTO Glass Popular Makea In Stock SUFFRON Gloss Co. 418 N. Main Phone CH 2-2515 Public Sale 3 and one-half miles west of LeLoup, or 7 and one-half miles northeast of Ottawa, or 5 miles south and 2 miles west of Baldwin on Tuesday, Feb. 12, '63 Commencing at 1:00 O'clock MACHINERY — J.D. 620 tractor, 3 point hitch, 1957; J.D. "A", power steering, 1951; 2 J.D. cultivators ; Krause 11-f t. wheel disc, near new; Massey Ferguson 35 S.P. combine, .1959; J.D. 3-14 plow; Int. 3-row rotary hoe; Int. 16-7 grain drill, fertilizer and grass seed attachment; Massey Harris mower; Case rake; Continental field sprayer; 2-row M-M fertilizer corn planter; Meyer front end load- lie lift; wagon and box; 2-wheel trailer; some old machinery. er; rotary scraper; Woods Brothers corn picker; Case hammer mill; 1949 IVa-ton Int. truck, grain sides and stock rack; 4-\vheel wagon with hydrau- GRAIN & HAY — 400 bu. ear corn; 180 bu. shelled corn; 120 bu oats; 80 bu. milo; 114 bales alfalfa hay; 160 bales lespedeza hay; 25 bales prairie hay; 45 tons corn ensilage. MISCELLANEOUS—4-in. grain auger; two brooder houses; 10x8 building; 300 line and 28 corner posts; 11 telephone poles; hog feeder; 5 feed bunks; 3 feed racks; tank heater; electric motors; 300 gal. gas barrel and stand; hammer mill belt; 2 tarpaulins; a lot of hand tools. FURNITURE — Westinghouse clothes dryer; Speed Queen washer; dining table and 4 chairs; kitchen table and 4 chairs; Birds-eye maple writing desk; other articles too numerous to mention. Term: Cash Not responsible in case of accidents KENNETH COFFMAN, OWNER No property to be removed until settled for. Aucts: Myers Bros. WellsviUe Rank, Clerk

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