The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 12, 1963 · Page 3
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Ottawa, Kansas
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Tuesday, February 12, 1963
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First Methodist Keeps Lead In Church League First Methodist beat Trinity Methodist, 24-9, last night at the Junior High School gym to continue its lead in the Church League senior division^ Alan Van Loenan was high scorer for First Methodist with 12 points. North Baptist and First Baptist remain tied for second place in the senior division, though the North Baptist team had to fight through two overtimes to keep that standing. North Baptist and Boys' Club were tied, 20-20, at the end of the final period last night and each scored two points in the first overtime. First Baptist maintained a second place standing with a 37-33 win over Sacred Heart. The first Methodist Greens kept the junior division lead with six straight victories and no losses. The Greens played North Baptist in a game that ended, 19-12. Here is the scoring in all games: JUNIOR DIVISION Calvary lUptlit, 13 WeMmlnster Pr«sbyterl»n, 10 Calvary Baptist — Billy Adams, 3 1 4; Bob Stevens, 323; Oscar Taylor, 004 Totals, 5.311. (Other players, Corky Wellon, Kenneth Chapman, Clifford Sheler, Tommy Taylor, Bandy Elder, Mike Rtihman, Ronald Castleberry.) Westminster Presbyterian — Tom Johnson, 113; Wally Hart, 103; Jim Honn. 033; Frank Bonn, 001; Stan iheldon, 1 1 0. Totals, 3 4 10. (Other players, Todd Queen, David Oish, Bob Rice.) Boyi' C1«B, M First Christian, 10 Boys' Club — Trinity Ybarra, 101; Ralph Ybarra, 301; Skip Bishop, 3 0 4; Eugene Mitchell, 101; Lloyd Hohe, 001; Kenneth Ledom, 001. Totals, 12 0 t. (Other players, Ralph Wilson.) First Christian — Don Stevens, 2 4 1; Ronnie Doyen, 103. Totals, 344. (Other players, Phil Olbson, Mark Holden, Roy Anderson.) First Methodist (Oreeni), It North Baptist, U First Methodist — Russell Daugharthy, 500; Jim Stark, 311; Tom Gleason, 101; Richard Hughes, 100. Totals, a 1 3. North Baptist — Eddl* Clark, 301; Bteve Crockett, 101; Terry maker, 101; Ken Montgomery, Giants Slow To Sign For 1963 By DICK BARNES Associated Press Sports Writer ' SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Unsigned San Francisco Giants stars don't quite make up a baseball team—but they still make up a formidable array. The "unsigned" club lost an outfielder Monday when Willie McCovey accepted a 1963 salary estimated at between $18,000 and $20,000 and including what club officials called a nice increase. Eight key members of the National League champions still haven't come to terms. They are center fielder Willie Mays, first baseman Orlando Cepeda, pitchers Jack Sanford, Billy O'Dell, Juan Marichal and Don Larsen, out fielder Matty Alou and shortstop Jose Pagan. Duke Snider and two other Los Angeles Dodgers came to terms Monday. The veteran outfielder signed his 16th contract with the Dodgers for an estimated $34,000 same salary he received last year. Catcher Johnny Roseboro and infielder Daryl Spencer also joined the Dodger fold, The New York Yankees' ad vance camp got underway in For Lauderdale, Fla., with 38 players on hand. Manager Ralph Houk said that the first base scramble could prove interesting. Joe Pepi tone and rookie Mike Hegan, both candidates for the job, took part in the drill. Shoe 100; NEW TWIST — Chicken at Sawyer turned out this gourd- shaped egg. Fingers holding egg belong to Anita Flora on whose farm odd product was produced. 600 Victories For John Lance PITTSBURG, Kas. (AP) - John Lance finally got the 600th victory of his 41-year coaching career at Pittsburg State as his Gorillas beat Maryville State's basketball team 65-53 Monday night. Lance got a standing ovation and the team gave him the game ball, signed by all members of the squad. Jerry Crouch scored eight points for Pittsburg in the last 2 minutes after Maryville tied the score at 48-all with six min- tues to go. Pittsburg's season record is 127 and Maryville's is 10-10. , Billy Keelln, 001; Doug Crocket, 0 0 1. Totals, 80S. SENIOR DIVISION First Christian, 34 Faith Latheran, H First Christian — Bill Wheeler, B 0 3; Billy Greene, 503; Keith Holden, 301; Marty Williams, 321; John Fogle, 003. Totals, 16 t 11. (Other players, Joey Bowen.) Faith Lutheran — Roger Downey, \ 7 2; Doug Downey, 403; Roger Buck 304; Jim Fox, 010. Totals, SSI. Sacred Heart, 33 First Baptist, 37 Sacred Heart — John Bauer, (S3; Mike Brady, 205; Madison Stine, 3 31; Dennis Motelet, 103; John Keedy, 041. Totals, IS 3 13. (Other players, Jan Whltcomb.) First Baptist - Craig Davis, 821: John Presley, 305; Gary Oumm, 3 0 1; Rich Heth, 103; Jim Alexander, 101; Greg Ollroy, 013. Totals, 13 11 11. First Methodist, M Trinity Methodist, t First Methodist — Alan Van Loenan, 521; Rick Wood, 301; Bill Hegarty, 2 3 0;' John Stark, 001. Totals, 10 4 3. (Other players. Glen Conus and Dwight Domnanish.) Trinity Methodist — Bob Nordyke, J 0 1; Jack Hayden, 110; Bob Rahlston, 102. Totals, 415. (Other players, Rex Houston and Alan Campbell.) North Baptist, M Boys' Club, 22 North Baptist — Paul Stephans, 4 3 1; James Hotallng, 332; Eddie Hughes 0 1 1; Cecil Heathman, 101; Davis Mllburn, 10 1. Totals, • 6 «. (Other players, John Coffman, Alan Pratt, Ronnie De Priest.) Boys' Club — Butch Larlos, 433; Oeorge Payne, 202;, Robert Gray, 3 0 5; Eddie Payne, 120; Jim Williams, 001. Totals, » 4 11. (Other players, Buddy Moore.) NORWICH, Conn. (AP)-Napoleon Gendreau, 52, was taken to police headquarters after his car jumped a curb and hit a house Monday night. He was propped against a wall and told to walk a straight white line on the floor. Gendreau hesitated, then asked: "Can I do this tomorrow? I can do it much better in the morning." Gendreau was booked on a Claims Butts Leaving Georgia ATLANTA (AP)—The Atlanta Constitution says it has learned from an unimpeachable source that Wallace Butts, athletic director and former head football coach, is leaving the University ol Georgia. The paper said in today's editions that Butts will terminate his association with the school's ath letic department June 1. Butts declined comment Monday. He joined the Georgia Athletic staff as an assistant football coach in 1938. EYES ON OLYMPICS - Jeanne Ashworth, 24, Wilmington, Mass., Women's national outdoor speed skating champ and member of 1964 Olympics training squad, sights down blades of her skates during recent workout. She made Olympic squad and is now preparing for World Speed Skating Championships in Japan later this month. Would Let Workers Work Longer TOPEKA (AP) - Kansas Public employes still mentally and physically fit could continue working past 70 under a bill introduced Monday in the State Senate. The measure, introduced by the Federal and State Affairs Committee, would raise from 65 to 70 the mandatory retirement age for workers covered by the public employes retirement system. They would be required to retire at 70 unless they could sat isfy the State Civil Service Board they were qualified physically and mentally to continue working. A worker now must retire at 65 unless his employer recommends he be retained. Under the bill, persons over 70 could work up to 30 days in a year. This would retain benefits of services of specially trained employes, proponents said. At His Best In Morning charge of drunken driving and released under $500 .bond. Want Longer School Year TOPEKA (AP) - A bill intro duced in the Kansas Senate Monday would extend school year to 48 weeks. Sen. Sam R. Heller, R-Abilene STUCK AGAIN — Dr. Jerry Gleason, Mtileshoe, Tex., veterinarian, holds op Ms hand to indicate number of times he's treated "Admiral" for same reason—removal of porcupine quflls. Boxer, owned by S. M. Ethridge, has engaged prickly rodents five times in two years and has come off second best each time. After general anesthetic and an hour's picking dog was relieved of latest crop of quills. who introduced the measure, said it would make better use of school facilities. The minimum school year is is eight months but many districts use a 36-week pattern. THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, Feb. 12, 1963 J GILLETTE J ^ Super Power Bar ^ • Tractor Tires • T T See Us for FAST, EFFICIENT TIRE SERVICE on All Tractors! 110 West 4th St. Right Down Town • C&m e Tire * I Jdin S Supply, Inc. T CH 2-4436 ^ T ROBERTSON MOTOR CO., INC. Dealer In Observance of National Directly ahead a bright future looms ... in which virtually all burdensome chores will be eliminated, in which more will be produced with less effort, in which all can enjoy more of life's good things. 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