The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 12, 1963 · Page 2
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THB OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, Feb. 12, 1963 39 Teams In Women Bowling Tourney All of Ottawa's regular women's bowling teams, plus a quintet from the Saturday Night Mixer Leagues, form the field of 39 teams which will compete next week in the 1963 Ottawa Women's Bowling Association Tournament. ' The teams will bowl Monday through Friday nights at the Ottawa Bowl Lanes. Singles and doubles will be bowled Sunday, Feb. 24, at the Royal T Lanes. Doubles entries total 45, and there are 90 singles entries. The teams have been divided Bowling For Whom Was Newt Bowling? Hubbard Lumber padded its lead in the men's Brunswick League last night, sweeping four points from Todd's Mobile Homes at the Ottawa Bowl. R. Davis led the lumbermen with a 596 series which included a 213 line. At the same time, Helen & Bill's Cafe boys, holding on to second place 1% points behind Hubbard, beat First National Bank, 3-1. Dave Heckman led the cafe five with a 558 series. But sonic of the boys are teasing that Newt Brown, bowling for First National, helped Helen & Bill's. Newt, one of Ottawa's better bowlers, scored a 379 series, lowest in his career. M. Allen tried to make up for it by scoring a 552 series with a 216 line for the bankers. Hubbard has a 62?4-29 1 /fc season record, compared to 55-37 for Helen & Bill's. Lee's Cafe continues to roll in the Monday Night Ladies League at the Ottawa Bowl, taking three points from the Elks Ladies last night. The biggest news in the league is the climb of the Ottawa Bowl girls. They've won 14 out of 20 points in their last five matches and are crowding the Elks girls for second. Ruth Carlson bowled the top series in the Ladies League, a 470 with an 178 line for Betty B's, Baldwin, 3-1 winner over Ottawa Savings & Loan. The standings show Lee's Cafe with a 63-29 record, compared to 52-40 for the Elks and 50-42 for Ottawa Bowl. Team results and individual Top-Rated 'Cats Face Wichita By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The University of Cincinnati Bearcats, who have won 37 straight games—including 19 this season—top The Associated Press college basketball poll for the llth straight week. Trouble could be ahead when the Bearcats go to Wichita Saturday night. Early last season the Shockers snapped a 27-ganie Bearcat winning streak, 52-51. Wichita, No. 9 last week, slipped out of the rankings because of a defeat by St. Louis and Ohio State regained a spot in the voting by the 42 members of the special panel of sports writers and broadcasters. Cincinnati got 40 of the 42 first- place votes. Unbeaten Chicago Loyola, 20-0, which continue das runner-up, got one of the other first place votes. The other went to Duke, 17-2, which retained third place. The top ten, with first place votes in parentheses and points on a 10-9-8 basis, etc. based on games through Saturday, Feb. 9. 1. Cincinnati (40) 418 2. Chicago Loyola (1) 362 3. Duke (1) 324 4. Illinois 302 5. Arizona State 230 6. Mississippi State 148 7. Colorado 11(5 8. Stanford 78 9. Ohio State 04 10. Georgia Tech 58 scores in the Monday night league appear elsewhere in today's sports section. WEDNESDAY LEAGUES Twilight (Mcn'j) Team W L Bienie's Garage .. ,.61'/i 34'/a Sunrise Dairy 55 41 Ottawa Bus Serv 52 44 Bob's Clothes 48 48 Bennett Creamery 39'/z 56'/2 Western Auto 32 64 Booster League (Men's) K of C No. 3 20',i Robertson Motor 17 K of C No. 1 16 K of C No. 2 13 Kitty Clover 11 % Colby Furniture 11 Hank's Sinclair 1» Princeton 10 Royal T 8 Mille's 3 Commercial (Men's) Todd's Mobile Homes .. .67 Kersley Cowboys 54 Texaco 52 V4 Crltcs 48 Fredeen's Shoes 3G'/a Blakesley 30 Wednesday Nighl Ladles Wright's Studio 70 Moore's Chevrolet 63"j Peoples National Bank .. 54'/a Kansas State Bank 46 Seller Studio 44 Towner's 43Va Meadow Gold 42 First National Bank 41Vi Romstedt's Grocery 38 Petrex of Texas 37 GAA Junior! Bopln' Bowlers 25 Twisters 24 Sleepers 22 Lane Duffers 21 Unpredictables 19 Splitters 19 Pin Poppers 18 Strikes & Spares 18 Gutter Bugs 15 Pin Topplers 14 R * M Midget; Deuces Wild 43 Side Swipers 42 Splinters 27 Sleepers 25 Timber Tumblers 23 Scatterbrains 20 3'/a 7 8 11 12 «! 13 14 14 16 21 29 42 43 Vj 48 50 Vb 66 20 32 Vj 3T/2 50 52 52 ',i 54 50 '/a 58 59 14 15 17 18 •20 20 21 21 24 25 17 18 33 35 37 40 into two classes, with 20 in the "A" division and 19 in the "B." Heading the list of the "A" entries are the current leaders in the five women's leagues; They arc Lee's Cafe in the Monday Night Ladis League; Arnold's Jewelry in the Tuesday Night League; Wright's Studio in the Wednesday Night League; Budge's Hardware in the Thursday Night League and Royal T. Lanes in the Friday Night League. Here's the team schedule, with each team's classification: Monday, Feb. 18, 6:30 p.m.— Nitcher's Floor Service, B; Ottawa Bowl's Ottawa Bowl team, A; Ottawa Savings & Loan, A; Betty B's, Baldwin, B; BPOE, A; Lee's Cafe, A. Tuesday, Feb. 19. 6:30 p.m.— Todd's Insurance, A; Eagles Auxiliary, B; Arnold's Jewelry, A; VFW Auxiliary, A; Shinn & Haley, B; KOFO, A. Wednesday Feb. 20, 6:30 p.m. — Peoples National Bank, A; First National Bank, B; Towner's Royal T team, A; Kansas State Bank, B; Petrex Of Texas, B; Moore's Chevrolet, A. Wednesday, Feb. 20, 9 p.m.— Meadow Gold, A; Romstedt's Grocery, B; Beller Studio, B; Wright's Studio, A. Thursday, Feb. 21, 6:30 p.m.— Bienie's Garage, A; Towner's Ottawa Bowl team, B; Bond's Cleaners, B; Mann-Bell Drugs, A; Beautyland, B; Budge's Hardware, A. Friday, Feb. 22, 6:30 p.m. Fairmont Dairy, B; Parmelee Products, B; Helen & Bill's Cafe, A; Royal T Lanes, A; Pence Food Center, A; Kramer's Drugs, B. Friday, Feb. 22, 9 p.m. — Ottawa Bowl's Royal T team, B; Wills Cafe, B; McFadden Painting, B; Gambles, B; Saturday Mixers, A. The schedule for doubles and singles will be published in The Herald later. Had To Work Harder For Pheasants It took the average hunter about 3.6 hours, or 20 per cent longer, to bag a Kansas pheasant in 1962 than in 1961. This fact is part of the summary of pheasant surveys for 1962 prepared by Jim Norman, small game project leader for the Forestry, Fish and Game Commission. The figure of 20 per cent increase in time required to bag a pheasant corresponds rather well with the moderate decrease in pheasant population predicted by the Commission and the poor hunting conditions caused by dry weather and heavy cover found early in the season. As usual, western parts of Kansas showed better hunting .than the rest. The northwest apparently was slightly better hunting than the southwest. The newly opened northeast section turned up a better success rate than either central section. Overall, game officials are predicting a larger total harvest in 1962 than 1961. This will come about from more hunters and the slightly longer season. Extra figures of total harvest will not be known until the mail survey is tabulated and license books are audited. College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS EAST Seton Hall 99, Scranton 83 Delaware 105, Ursinus 66 SOUTH Auburn 88, Florida 59 Mississippi St. 56, Kentucky 52 Mississippi 85, Tennessee 78 Maryland 51, South Carolina 44 Alabama 61, Georgia 59 Morehad St. 90, Murray 86 Furman 91, Vffl 85 Memphis St. 76, Louisville 55 Wm. & Mary 81, E. Carolina 66 Grambling 63, Texas So. 52 SOUTHWEST Okla. Citv 82. N. Texas 69 FAR WEST Washington St.. 74, Mont. St. 63 Colorado 71, Oklahoma 60 Pittsburg State 63, Marysville State 53 Kirksville State 76 Warrensburg State 70 Harris Teachers 85, Greenville 111 72 JUNIOR COLLEGE Wichita Freshmen 84, Dodge City 77 Southwest Baptist 74, Chanute 72 Beveled and Plain Edge MIRRORS For Any Room in Your Home SUFFBON Glass Co. 118 N Main Ph CH 2-2515 OTTAWA BOWL 418V 2 N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 Mickey Wright Wins Playoff ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) —Mickey Wright, a young long ball hitter from Dallas, continues her domination of women's professional golf. Miss Wright, who won 10 out of 29 tournaments last year, picked up her second victory out of three tournaments this season Monday with a 69 and an overwhelming nine-stroke victory over Marilyn Smith of Tequesta, Fla., in their playoff for the St. Petersburg Women'* Open title. MONItAY NIGHT LAD1KS Ottawa ISuilcltng & Loan—I 1st 2nd 3rd P Toumbcrlin .. 130 110 134 M. Barber 130 119 104 B Spatz IWi 158 178 C. Honn 121 106 151 Betty B's—S R. Carlson 178 136 158 W. Cooper 118 114 101 R. Carey 81 109 102 J. Isham P. White Nltchers Floor—1 E. Whitacre H. Shofner A. Evi>y D. Johnson M. Brandon Ottawa Bowl—3 A. Frcdeen E. Crawford V. Bloomer .. .... M. Kamp J. Specr B.P.0.12. Ladlet—1 Crandall Ogle Strickland .. ... Lewis Lee's Cafe—3 M. Weldner M. Smay V. Ferguson S Ferguson . I M. Ainsworlh .. .. 109 147 136 1.50 150 116 !32 122 95 124 136 86 121 100 102 95 112 91 113 138 131 148 124 111 127 146 117 94 112 113 168 123 133 126 126 169 115 144 143 139 126 136 161 167 132 156 167 117 163 144 147 103 132 124 157 146 149 15« 154 127 148 117 148 Til. 374 353 441 384 470 333 2112 392 416 349 346 323 298 382 384 390 319 424 421 402 401 460 440 453 359 452 437 413 BRUNSWICK JlcC'racken Electric—0 i 1st 2nd ! J. Taylor 149 168 ;B. Spatz 112 113 IF. Ferguson 190 166 i R. Betlge 151 172 C. McDanicls 158 143 I.O.O.F. No. 24—1 O Morrison 167 184 E. Lowrance 163 155 Breckenrldge ... 156 116 L. Turner 147 123 G. Alnsworth 170 176 Mobil Homes Serv.—<> I. McFadden 141 105 .J Swlnehart 106 147 C. Foster 132 115 C. MeFuddi'n . 157 161 G. McFadden . . 121 158 i Hubbard Lumber—I IB. Jones 136 149 n. Carey 107 111 J. .laster 18" 171 R. Davis 193 213 R. Crane 173 166 First National Bank—1 N. Brown 128 138 G. Pago 173 138 D. Brown 201 152 M. Allen 172 164 G. Domnanish . 161 161 Hi-leu & Bills Cafe—S J. Doty I J. Funk . . i H. Doman .. ! B. Wenllu- .. ID. Heckman 151 188 172 161 138 215 155 168 183 164 3rd Ttl 159 476 138 364 156 512 131 454 153 454 187 538 173 491 161 433 156 406 147 493 155 401 127 380 123 370 168 476 152 431 168 453 134 352 170 52 180 596 161 500 113 378 204 515 137 4BC 216 552 148 471 161 Sli 149 48! 149 5'03 183 506 301 5fi8 "NOW THEY TELL ME" - Russell Anderson, 290-pound Chanute High School senior and defending state shot put champion, is going to have to learn to toss shot left-handed. He set records everywhere he competed as junior last year and has just learned that bone was broken in his throwing wrist while he was doing so. Queneinu Beaten WAVERLY - The Quenemo Buffaloes fell to Waverly, 77-60, in a non-league game at Waverly last night. Waverly took an early lead and was ahead throughout the game. Leinhart was top scorer for Waverly with 33 points, but the Buffaloes' Jim Gragg wasn't far behind with 31. Last night's game was Quenemo's ninth loss of the season. The Buffaloes' record shows eight wins. Quenemo's B team fell to Waverly, M-46. The Buffaloes will return to Osage County League play at Olivet Friday, Feb. 15. Here's the varsity scoring: WAVERLY - 77: Leinart, 13 7 5; Leib, 603; Hughes, 324; O'Bannion, 3 0 1; Tyson, 2 1 1; Dan-ell 2 2 4; Phillips, 102; Hill 100; Hull, 034. Totals, 31 1524. QUENEMO - 60: Gragg, 13 5 1; Perry, 3 2 4; Hoover, 2 1 4; Neihbff, 283; Lewis, 104; Pinkston, 022. Totals, 21 18 18. Score by quarters: Waverly 18241520 Quenemo 12131619 NOW! YOUR CHOICE MOTOROLA 1963 Swivel Base Console or Low Boy Console at the same low price. Morton Still On Top 3 Cyclones In Top 10 In EKL Scoring If Ottawa High intends to keep its shirt in the Eastern Kansas title race, big 6-6 Harry Morton will have to continue to bombard the nets at his present clip to insure the arrival of the Cyclone train on schedule. Morton retained his league — leading average even though he slipped to a 16.9 total with an 8- Why No Negroes On Team? SALEM, Ore. (AP)-A controversy flared today on whether Oregon State University has discriminated against Negro basketball players. A state legislator asserted there never had been a Negro on a team coached by Amory T. Slats" Gill, and added there must be a reason. Gill, who has been basketball coach at Oregon State 35 years, was not available immediately for comment. State Rep. Berkely Lent, Portland Democrat, told the House Education Committee Monday he wants to table the bill he had proposed earlier to prevent Oregon schools from playing the University of Mississippi on the ground that Mississippi discriminates against Negroies. "It has come to my attention that we have situations in our own back yard that need correction before we can tell the University of Mississippi what to do," Lent said. Lent said Gill's explanation was that no Negro has turned out who was good enough to make the team. point output against the Lawrence Lions last Saturday. However, he still tops the rebounding department for the Reds and probably is the unofficial leader in the EKL with his 14 grabs per game. Following the Cyclones' victory over Lawrence Saturday night, Ottawa High was ranked eighth in the top ten list of Kansas Class AA teams by a daily newspaper. Diminutive Wayne McDonald, Bonner Spring's sweet potato, tinued to put in enough shots to rate a 16.1 average and a second place berth. The fiery little guard has been the object of the best defensive men in the league and he still has managed to keep up his shooting. The third, fourth and fifth slots remain unchanged as Don Pankey, Clayton McGee and Roy Dunn have continued to belt the boards for a 15.0, 14.4 and 13.6 clip for the season's overall schedule. Pankey picked up ground this week while McGee and Dunn both slipped about four-tenths of a point but managed to hang on for top honors. Ottawa's Ronnie Mendell is 8th with a 13.1 average. Cyclone Jim Lewis is ranked 20th with 6.8. Games this week will see Olathe at Osawatomie tonight and at Bonner Springs on Friday. Ottawa will be at Turner Friday night while Rosedale will challenge the Argentine Mustangs on the Horses' court. Argentine will match the tough Pern-Day quintet on the following night at Pern- Day. 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