The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 13, 1963 · Page 2
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, Feb. 13, 1963 Braves Fall Into Fourth WINFIELD - The Ottawa University Braves dropped a Kansas Conference basketball game to the Southwestern College Builders, 80 to 62, here last night and dropped into a 3-way tie for fourth place in the conference standings with College of Emporia and Sterling College. The Builders built their conference record to 11 wins and 3 losses to maintain the c o n- ference lead. Bethel College of Newton beat Friends University of Wichita, to hold second place in the standings, and Bethany College of Lindsborg beat McPherson College to hold its third-place spot. The top six positions in the conference standings are now held by Southwestern, Bethel, Bethany, College of Emporia, Ottawa and Sterling, in that order, with the latter three tied for fourth. McPherson is seventh, Baker University of Baldwin is eighth, Kansas Wesleyan of Salina is ninth and Friends 10th. Jim Harris was the big scoring gun of the Ottawa - Southwestern game last night, hitting eight field goals and eight free throws for a total of 24 points for the Builders. Tom Kinder was high for Ottawa with eight field goals and four free throws for a total of 20. The Builders hit 51.5 per cent of their shots and held a lead of as much as 24 points at one time in the second half. OTTAWA (63) F(f Ft F Kinder 8 4 Watson .. 3 2 Erwta 4 0 Harshaw '0 2 Blssltt 3 1 Krebbs 1 2 Johnson 1 5 Jones 0 0 Honeycutt 1 3 Mercer 0 1 SOUTHWESTERN (80) 21 20 23 Tf Ft F Stephens 6 2 4 Miller 8 3 5 West 305 Harris 882 Turner 4 1 2 Disci Ill Mateen 003 Smith. 120 Reed Oil Boley 1 2 1 30 20 24 Score at half: Ottawa 28. Southwestern 36 It's Great To Be Yank With $17,500 By SHELDON SAKOWITZ Associated Press Sports Writer It's great to be young—and a Yankee! That could just about sum up the feelings of Tom Tresh, 24, today after last season's American League Rookie of the Year had signed his 1963 baseball contract with the world champion New York Yankees. Tresh, who successfully made the transition from an all-star shortstop to a first-class left fielder in late season and then starred afield and at bat in the World Series, was richly rewarded for his performance. The versatile switch-hitter was given a substantial pay boost by the Yankee front office, up to an estimated $17,500 for his second season in New York pinstripes. Seven other New Yorkers came to terms, among them Joe Pepitone, who will get first chance at the first base job vacated by Bill Skowron's trade to the Los Angeles Dodgers. Other signees included pitchers Stan Williams, Marshall Bridges, Jim Coates, Hal Stowe, Jim Bronstad and Bob Meyer. This brought the list of contented Yankees to 25 with 12 players, including Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris, still unaccounted for. 15 Knockouts In Gloves Meet KANSAS CITY (AP) — The Golden Gloves regional boxing tournament got off to a fast start Tuesday night with 15 of the 31 novice division bouts ending in knockouts. There was another kayo in the open division. One of last year's finalists, lightweight Joe Penalis of Coffeyville, Kan., won a split verdict over Anthony Garcia of Kansas City Pan-Am. Penalis made good use of a flicking left hand which kept Garcia on the defensive. In the other two open bouts, Bernard Jenkins of Pan-Am scored a first round TKO over Gaylord Franklin of Leavenworth, Kan., and Jerome Carter of Kansas City Gateway outpointed Willis Thomas of Pan-Am. All are featherweights. College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MIDWEST Loyola, Chicago 92, Marquette 90 (ot) Tennessee St. 75, Creighton 74 Southwestern 80, Ottawa 82 Bethel 67, Friends 61 Sterling 68, College of Emporia 64 (ot) Bethany 37, McPherson 61 Washburn 63, St. Benedicts 56 Fort Hays State 78, Emporia State 67 Omaha 74, Nebraska Wesleyan 68 Tarkio 79, William Jewell 71 Washington of St. Louis 72, Springfield State 62 MacMurray 65, Illinois College 53 Junior College Coffeyville 78, Arkansas City 69 Kansas City (Kan) 109, Kemper 43 College Wrestling Kansas State 30, Nebraska 12 EAST Providence 93, Rhode Island 75 Penn 78, LaSalle 74 Penn State 72, Gettysburg 54 St. Joseph's, Pa. 79, Bucknell 62 Fordham 89, Queens, N.Y. 55 NYU 77, Temple 59 SOUTH Tulane 59, Louisiana St. 57 Miami, Fla. 144, Rollins 75 St. John's N.Y. 42, Geo. Wash 41 Loyola, New Or. 93, East Tenn St. 58 VMI 70, The Citadel 65 (ot) North Carolina 68, N.C. St. 63 Wake Forest 64, Va. Tech 61 SOUTHWEST Rice 69, Arkansas 65 Texas Christian 66, Baylor 64 Texas 90, Texas Tech 76 Texas A&M 76, SMU 70 Oh Brother, Lane 79, Edgerton39 LANE — Lane High School bounced Edgerton High around a bit last night, winning 79 to 39 in a non-league basketball game played at Lane. Jim Wylie hit 20 points for Lane, as did Mike Kuder. To this total of 40 points, Dennis Baxter and Phillip Stevens added 10 points each to account for 60 of Lane's 79 points. Sharon was high for Edgerton with 13 points. Lane had a lead of 24 points at the half, 47 to 23, and added 32 points in the final two quarters while Edgerton was scoring 16. Lane has two more games, both at home. The first will be a game with Greeley Friday night, and the final home game will be with Pomona Thursday of next week. The scoring: EDGERTON - 39: Sharon 7 3 2; Cole 204; Fesmier 435; Oshel 101; Sawyer 020; Maxwell Oil. Totals 15 9 16. LANE — 79: Kuder 760; Brown 100; Baxter 420; P. Stevens 423; Wylie 921; G. Stevens 112; Walker 102; Stiffler 403; Chambers 101; Turley 1 0 1 Willey 001. Totals 33 13 13. Score by quarters: Edgerton 13 10 10 6 39. Lane 22 25 20 12 79. THEIR LUCK CHANGED - WellsvHle Coach Al Williams discusses strategy with two of his top players, Dave Beasley (left) and Delon Jacoby. Wellsville won its first game of season last night, beating Louisburg, 52-49. (Herald Photo) Sweet, Sweet Victory For Wellsville Eagles WELLSVILLE — Wellsville's Eagles ended "the long drouth," 13 straight losses, and put their first entry on the win side of the sheet here last night, beating Louisburg, 52-49, in a Little Seven League game. It was a fine game, said Wellsville Coach Al Williams, with the Eagles out-rebounding Louisburg as well as out - scoring the visitors. Wellsville was down, 26-24, at halftime, but came up with 18 points in the third to take a 4236 lead into the fourth quarter. With three minutes left in the game, the Eagles were out front by 12 points. Proof of the Eagles' fine defensive game and rebounding is in the boxscore for Louisburg's Simmons. The Louisburg star, who had scored 29 points earlier Orioles Hit Peak In 64-43 Victory PRINCETON — Princeton's Orioles, coming into their own after a so-so record earlier in the season, dashed a strong Fontana team to bits, 64-43. in a non- league game here last night. Down 22-19 at halftime, Coach Richmond Falls, 59-43, To Colony RICHMOND- Richmond's Cubs were beaten, 59-43, by Colony in a. non-league game here last night. The Cubs were boosted by a 19-point effort by Leon Sobba, but Strickler with 20 and Henderson with 14 gave Colony the edge. Coach Phil Rose's Cubs will go to Kincaid Friday night, Feb. 15, for another non-league match. Richmond lost last night's "B" game, 51-25. Here's the varsity scoring: COLONY - 59: Strickler, 6 7 5; Miller, 244; Henderson, 7 0 2; Goodell, 501; Ludke, 101; Tunner, 300. Totals, 24 11 13. RICHMOND - 43: Maley, 2 1 4; Bennett, 312; Sobba, 8 3 3; Roeckers, 3 2 1; Pedrw, 203. Totals, 18 7 13. Score by quarters: Colony 21 11 14 13 Richmond 1211 515 For Insurance On dwellings, household goods. buildings and automobile*See Dean Berlin. Aqenr 109 E Second Phone OH 2-2804 OTTAWA BOWL 4isy 2 N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 TUESDAY NIGHT LADIES VFW Auxiliary—0 1st 2nd 3rd J. Lutz 143 104 106 M. Hull 133 147 113 D. McFadden 101 121 117 L. Wise 153 108 123 W. Sowers 116 135 117 KOFO— I H. Carey 138 182 162 H. Conrad 149 118 135 B Welborn 114 153 147 Lichtenberger . . ..151 106 165 P. White 144 137 152 Todd's Insurance—0 L. Bennett 125 124 90 B. Flory Ill 105 88 E. Keim 123 132 106 L. Campbell ill 115 159 H. Wenthe 161 125 135 Arnnld'i Jewelry—4 H. Liegerot 139 133 133 M. Cayot 122 138 114 V. Ferguson 144 150 146 M. Moore 152 118 213 V. Foster 130 154 150 Ettjlcs Auxiliary No. S700—3 B. Brill 115 P. Todd 98 122 105 79 110 B. Wilson 97 154 119 L. Casteel ill 142 95 E. Keller 122 157 143 Shiim & Haley—1 P. Jackson 127 106 123 R. Kaub 100 116 141 B, Dennis ton 105 123 119 B. Adams 107 119 139 D. Nitcher 135 117 133 Ttl. 353 393 339 384 369 452 402 414 422 433 345 304 361 385 421 374 440 483 434 342 287 370 348 422 356 357 347 365 384 INDUSTRIAL Bennett Creamery No. 1—S 1st 2nd L. Kramer .. • 144 151 A. Dodd 201 150 J. Kramer 169 159 C. Dodd 149 167 H. Kramer 221 203 Wllsnn CH-aners—1 W. Flinn 175 133 T. Parkin 138 135 L Seller 134 114 W. Bitts 234 IB'O Nitcher Floor Serv.—3 G. Lancaster 172 159 J. Lancaster 147 152 O. Davis 171 168 O. Nitcher 183 134 B. Flggins 174 156 Peoples National Bunk—1 A. Gilbert 204 196 R. Davis 188 131 A. Bennett 116 138 A. Knoeppel 148 149 Lichtenberger .. 186 200 Presto food Products—H L. Blackstone 150 172 J. Willliite 171 139 John Clark 135 178 M. Reno 110 172 M. Ball 174 179 Ottawa Times—1 L. Moore 182 140 B. Hart 135 98 B. Seymour 151 143 B. Whitacre 134 137 B. Rinehart 201 171 3rd Ttl. 153 448 149 500 192 520 163 479 149 573 158 466 109 382 147 395 124 538 141 472 162 461 162 501 115 432 172 502 209 609 152 469 172 426 151 448 198 584 191 513 157 467 176 489 136 424 175 519 157 459 104 337 135 429 146 417 168 530 Jim Pollom's Orioles snapped back with 45 points in the last half while holding Fontana to 21. A good team effort, sharp-shooting by John Sutton (25 points) and good work by Eldon McCurdy and David Rukes figured in Princeton's surge. Coach Pol- lorn said David played a fine floor game, setting up scores with his passes. He also hit 8 free throws to go with 3 field goals for 14 points. Eldon, 6-2 junior, was master of the boards. Princeton romped in the "B" game, 48-18. Coach Pollom will take h i s Orioles to Williamsburg Friday night to tackle Coach Louis Cop- poo's Panthers. The Panthers are in a first-place tie with Pomona in the Franklin County League. While Williamsburg must face the fast - improving Orioles, Pomona still has to face Lane, third-place team in the county league. Here's last night's varsity scoring: PRINCETON - 64: Rukes, 3 8 3; Sutton 11 3 4; Cannady, 3 0 0; Ralston, Oil; Cowdin, Oil; Moore, 101; Wiederholt, 422; McCurdy, 304; Hamilton, 0 0 1. Totals, 25 14 17. FONTANA - 43: Baxter, 1 4 5; Harris, 334; O'Conner, 5 1 4; Bigley, 5 3 5; Kendrick, 101. Totals, 16 11 20. Score by quarters: Princeton 6 13 26 19 Fontana .12 10 9 12 in a victory over Wellsville, was held to 7 last night. "We kept him on the outside," said Williams. Al pointed to Delon Jacoby, his 6-1^2 senior, as one of his top performers. Delon scored 19 points for individual honors. Don Good and Dave Beasley added 12 each. WellsviJle dropped the "B" game, 54-47. It was the Eagles' last home game of the season. They'll go to Osawatomie Friday night, Feb. 15, and to Spring Hill Friday night, Feb. 22. Here's the varsity scoring: WELLSVILLE — 52: Coughlin, 234; Rader, 1 0 1; Jacoby, 7 5 3; Good, 361; Beasley, 523. Totals, 18 16 12. LOUISBURG — 49: Simmons, 314; Cook, 202; Cutshaw, 1 0 0; Vohs, 315; York, 023; McWilliams, 432; Lewis, 12 5; Breckenridge, 523. Totals, 19 11 24. Score by quarters: Wellsville 10 14 1810 Louisburg 15111013 It's HARRY SMITH'S for all your WINTER NEEDS Windshield Deicer Starting Fluid Booster Cables HEET — Fuel System Deicer Batteries—6-8-12-Volt Anti Freeze Thermostats HARRY SMITH AUTO SUPPLY 110 S. Main CH 2-1522 NOBODr LOVES HIS INCOME TAX Want to spend Valentine's Day with something more pleasant than your tax? Take it to BLOCK ... for fast, accurate processing at Ipwest possible cost. Get every tax break that's coming to VOM! See your nr >,—• - •• . . •. . Nation's Largest «^. -,. ^ ..u.su. 346 Offices Across the U.S. 201 '/2 S. Main Week Days 9-9 p.m—Sat. & Sun. 9-5 — CH 2-4224 Appointment Necessary ( Bowling Roundup Presto! And There's Presto Near The Top Fast • coining Presto Food Service has come almost all the way in the Men's Industrial League at the Ottawa Bowl. The Presto boys defeated first- place Ottawa Times, 3-1, last night to pull within a point and a half of top. The record: Times 55MJ-40&; Presto 54-42. A. Gilbert topped all men bowlers last night, rolling a 609 in a Panthers Pour It On Greeley WILLIAMSBURG - Williamsburg High clipped Greeley High, 64-44, in a non-league basketball game here last night, moving to a 32-16 halftime lead and holding a comfortable margin throughout the game. Fred Buckley was the high point man for the game, hitting 12 field goals and six free throws for Williamsburg for a total of 30 points. Williamsburg will meet Princeton at Williamsburg Friday night. The scoring: GREELEY — 44: Egidy 122; M. E. Lickteig 234; Katzer 8 2 4; Williams 125; B. Lickteig 1 0 0; Mader 0 0 4; Hunt 312; Mark Lickteig 101. Totals 17 10 21. WILLIAMSBURG — 64: Buckley 12 6 4; Milliken 503; Goodwill 442; Brown 012; Piersol 232; Ransom 201. Totals 25 14 14. Score by quarters: Greeley .. .. • ..88 18 10 44 Williamsburg .. .12 20 20 12 64 show of consistency, 204-196-209. But even with his teammate, R. Gilbert's Peoples National Bank five fell, 3-1, to Nitcher Floor Service. Homer Kramer scored a 221 line and 573 series for Bennett Creamery, 3-1 winner over Wilson Cleaners in the Industrial League. Al Beets Ramblers managed to hold on to first place in the men's Royal T. League at the Royal T. Lanes with a 2-2 split with Foremost Dairy. Maracaibo Oil missed a chance to take over first by dropping all four points to Bundy's Insurance. The top roller in the league was J. Funk who scored a 558 for Bundy's. Last night's action left Beets first with 20y 2 -7y 2 and Maracaibo and Bundy's tied for second with 18-10 each. Arnold's Jewelry held KOFO off in the Tuesday Night Ladies League at the Otawa Bowl, beat- It Was Sacred Heart That Won The Sacred Heart Church League basketball team beat First Baptist Monday, 37-33, for a tie with North Baptist for second place. An article in yesterday's Herald reported First Baptist the winner. John Sauer was high scorer for Sacred Heart Monday night and also top scorer in the senior division with 21 points. Craig Davis was top man for First Baptist and second high in the division with 18. First Methodist is in first place in the senior division with a 5- win, 1-loss record. ing Todd Insurance, M. KOFO scored a 4-0 victory over VFW Auxiliary. These developments left Arnold's on top with 64K 31% and KOFO second with 58J6- 37%. Maxine Moore scored a hand* some 213 line in a 483 series for Arnold's. Team results and individual scores in the Ottawa Bowl leagues appear elsewhere in today's sports section. Here ar* team results and high individual scores in the Royal T league: ROYAL T (Reiour) Bundy'j Iniaranec—4 High 10 — D. Heckman, S04 High 30 — J. Punk, 858 Mmracalbo Oil—0 High 10-30 — K. Cordld, 910-511 Tront'« Jewelry—.1 High 10-30 — 8. Smith, 2W-54J Benalek's Grocery—1. High 10-30 — L. Henaiek, 16M73 Foremost—2 High 10-30 — B. Wenthe, 303-527 Al Beets Ramblers—2 High 10-30 — A. Beets, 212-548 ILftB Offers—3 High 10-30 — Guge, 178-506 Ottawa Savtnrs * Lean—1 High 10 — Cheney, 221 High 30 — Byrd, 505 Beit Track Lines—: High 10-30 — Cooper, 180-500 Self-Service Shoe!—2 High 10 — Doman, 183 High 3V) — Lollar, 4»3 ROTAL T (M»ke«p) Foremost—3 High 10-30 — B. Wenthe, 202-527 Best Track Ltncu—1 High 10-30 — Isham, 176-464 Self-Serrlce Shoes—4 High 10-30 — Simmons, 180-504 LL&B Oilers—0 High 10-30 — Miller, 185-432 THURSDAY NIGHT LEAGUES Team W L Budge's Hardware 69 33 Mann-Bell Drug 51 41 Bienle'g Oarage 48 44 Beautyland 42 10 Bond Cleaners 41 51 Towner's 35 67 AMF (Men's) Briscoe Drugs .. '. IB'/i 7V4 Dutch Boy Paints 14% »Vi Litwta's 14 10 Cheney's Markets 13V4 lOtt Conrad's Painters 13 11 Blue Moon 12 12 Brown's Hardware 11 13 Peterson Masonry 10 14 Pepsi-Cola 10 14 Colbem's Restaurant .. . . 6V4 UVk Classic (Mem's) Pepsi-Cola W 3S Ottawa Bowl 53 40 Edmlaton's 46V 45',4j Kitty Clover 43 4» Pence Food Center 43 41 Ottawa Insulation 31H «H4j Jack... •£ • • '63 Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan Robinson Almost as quick as you can say it, you're back in your lane again One of the special joys of driving a Chevrolet springs from the vitality of the car itself. Even when you're soft-pedaling it, in no special hurry to get anywhere in particular, the feeling is unmistakably there. Comes a hill, a slow moving truck you want to pass or a real chips-down emergency— you've got surefired reserve power that gives you an extra margin of safety. A choice of engines with Up to 425 horsepower sees to that. Short-stroke adV] vanced-design engines that respond with smooth free-breathing efficiency unknown in the auto industry a few brief years ago. And coupled with that power is the kind of precise even-keel handling that puts you in' complete control every self-assured instant you're at the wheeL Where do you get your hands on that wheel? KMJM Gatng OrMt Your Chevrolet dealer's, naturally. JET-SMOOTH Now—Bonanza Buys on four entirely different kinds of ears at your Chevrolet dealer's Showroom MOORE CHEVROLET - OLDS INC 412 8. Main Ottawa CH 2-9640 T',

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