THE OTTAWA HERALD Friday, February 15, 1963 Bull" Durham May Give 'Cats Trouble By JIM VAN VALKENBURG Associated Press Sports Writer WICHITA (AP)—A key player for Wichita, which takes aim at Cincinnati's 37-game basketball winning streak here Saturday night, is a little-known senior with the lowest scoring average in the starting line-up. He is Wayne Durham, a 6-foot- 7, 225-pounder from Enid, Okla. His nickname is "Bull," of course. "Durham is my traffic cop out there," says Coach Ralph Miller. "He's smart and knows how to keep them running their patterns. Often he makes the key play in the game. Durham sends Nate Bowman (6-10) Wichita sophomore to the right spots." Miller pointed out that Durham missed the first Tulsa game with an injury and played only a few minutes of the North Texas game. "We lost both of 'em by two points," Miller said. "I think we would have won both with Durham in there." Wichita's other Missouri Valley Conference defeats were at Cincinnati 63-50 and at St. Louis 68-61. Miller's club has a 15-6 record against one of the nation's toughest schedules and would become certain of a bid to the National Invitation Tournament at New York by beating Cincy. Ed Jucker, Cincinnati coach, said: "They'll be waiting for us— they'll be thinking about that buzzer business." He referred to the first meeting of the two teams, when Miller said Jucker punched the timekeeper's buzzer as play was going on, to get the officials to talk to him. But Miller had little to say about the incident. He was concerned about the condition of Leonard Kelley, speedy 6-1 back- liner who hurt his right shoulder in the Drake game here Monday. Kelley is on the doubtful list and Miller plans to start sophomore Dave Leach in his place. Kelley's 12.1 season average is second on the club only to Dave Stallworth's 20.2. "The loss of his speed will hurt our full-court pressing defense and our fast break," Miller said. Ernie Moore, Kelley's backline mate, has an 11.6 average, Bowman 9.8 and Durham 9.2. Cincinnati's top four, all members of last season's NCAA champs, are Ron Bonham 20.8, Tom Thacker 15.9, George Wilson 15.0, and Tony Yates 7.4. The Bearcats led the nation in defense, yet have committed fewer fouls than any other team- rare combination. "We have the balance and manpower to beat them," Miller said, "if we can match their rebounding and defense we can do it." A crowd of 11,000 will be on hand, whooping it up for a repeat of Wichita's 52-51 upset of Cincy last year, which ended a 27-game streak. TRICKY AIR TEAM — Lightning jet fighters of Royal Air Force, chosen as RAF's leading aerobatic .team, for this year, demonstrate theK formation technique on practice flight over their Wattisham, England, base. JFK Sees Economic Loss Without A Quick Tax Cut By FRANK CORMIER WASHINGTON (AP)-President Kennedy says U.S. economy "will inevitably move into a downturn" —perhaps this year—if Congress doesn't act promptly to cut taxes. Kennedy told his news conference Thursday the congressional battle over tax legislation will be "a hard fight." But he was optimistic about getting an acceptable bill by the end of the session. "We are going to get a bill for a tax reduction which will provide a consensus," Kennedy forecast. "It won't be perhaps the bill we sent up, but I think it will be a good bill." In a special message to Congress Jan. 24, Kennedy proposed a combination of rate cuts and tax revisions that would produce, over the next three years, a net tax reduction of $10.2 billion. Besides renewing and strengthening his plea for action on the tax package, Kennedy made these major points: The United States is doing more than the Europeans to defend Europe and intends to maintain its present combat strength there. However, troops will be withdrawn if they wear out their welcome—though Kennedy sees no sign of that. He definitely plans no economic or political reprisals against President Charles de Gaulle of France who shook the Western alliance by quashing British entry into the European Common Market and by spurning U.S. proposals for a multination nuclear force in Europe. In remarks directed both at his Republican critics at home—specifically Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller of New York—and friendly nations abroad, Kennedy said: "It DICKIES WORK CLOTHES LEE SHELDEN'S Men's Wear is a mistake always to assume that the United States is wrong, and that by being disagreeable to the United States, it is always possible to compel the United States to succumb." He said "our primary mission for the hemisphere this winter" is to work with Latin-American nations to combat Communist subversion, sabotage and political intrigue directed not only from Cuba but from northeastern Brazil and elsewhere. In making his new plug for a tax cut, Kennedy argued that inaction by Congress would mean 'restricted economic growth, higher unemployment" and a bigger-than-forecast deficit, already estimated at $11.9 billion for the fiscal year that begins July 1 He described his tax package as "our plan to prevent a reces- sion this year and the years to come." On other topics, Kennedy: Said the Western allies haven'! decided whether it would be fruitful to resume exploratory talks aimed at a possible Berlin settlement. Expressed full faith in the qualifications of Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr., his choice to be under secretary of commerce. The nom ination has been the target of Republican criticism. "They ques turned the qualifications of his father to be president," said Ken nedy. When reminded that he ques tioned the U.S. image abroad dur ing the 1960 presidential cam paign, said he would want to wai and "get clearer ideas in the nex two years" before deciding, how U.S. prestige has fared since then. HAVE TO BOWL FOR THESE — Marine Ainsworth, secretary of Ottawa Women's Bowling Association, poses with trophies to be awarded to members of first-place teams in A and B classes of women's bowling tournament next week. Thirty-nine teams, with 195 members, will roll in tourney Monday through Friday at Ottawa Bowl. Singles and doubles will be played Sun? day, Feb. 24, at Royal T Lanes. Peoples National Bank donated trophies for A class winners. Joel Cutting Wholesale donated trophies for B winners. (Herald Photo) Shot In Leg Won't Keep Bridges Bowling Roundup Tony Will Have To Roll A 300 Charge Student With Assault LAWRENCE, Kan (AP)-Police said they were holding a University of Kansas student today in connection with the wounding of Larry Knapp, 18, a sophomore from Kansas City. Knapp suffered a pellet wound in the left temple while bicycling toward the university library Thursday night. Physicians at the university hospital said the wound was minor. The pellet wasn't removed immediately and Knapp returned to lu's dormitory. Police arrested Richard E. Conway, 18, of Ft. Leavenworth, resident of a dormitory near Knapp's dormitory. Ralph M. King Jr., county attorney, said Ccnway would be arraigned on a charge of assault with intent to kill. Monaco Lowers Marriage Age MONTE CARLO, Monaca (AP) —Not-so-young lovers in tiny Monaco Thursday were promised a Valentine's Day present: Revision of an old law requiring persons under 30 years of age to get their fathers' permission before marrying. The legislature decided to lower the age to 21 following a complaint by Jean Joseph Marquet, a town councilman who has performed more than 100 civil marriage ceremonies. Marquet was upset because he himself had to ask papa before he got married at the not-so-tender age of 26. Tony Van Leiden has a good question today: 'What does a guy have to do to get high 10 or high 30 on Conrad's Painters bowling team?" Tony had a good night last night with Conrad's in the AMF League at the Royal T. He rolled 202-174-210 for 586. But teammates D. Beiter with 212 and D. Heckman with 588 claimed high 10-30 honors. With Better's 542, H. Conard's 530 and L. Wichman's 476, Conrad's amassed a handsome 2,722 team series and beat Cheney's Markets, 3-1. Heckman's series was the night's best. B. Hull rolled a 586 with a 224 line for Pepsi-Cola which posted a 2,651 team series in beating Ottawa Insulation, 31, in the men's Classic League at the Ottawa Bowl. D. Burgoon rolled a 574 for Litwin's which beat Blue Moon, 3-1, in the AMF session. V. Ferguson led the women bowlers in the Thursday Night Ladies League at the Ottawa Bowl, scoring a 496 for Budge's Hardware, 3-1 winner over Towner's. N. Lollar scored 487 for Bond Cleaners, 4-0 winner over Beautyland. Leading the Thursday night leagues are Pepsi-Cola, Classic, with 63-33, compared to 55-41 for second-place Ottawa Bowl; Briscoe Drugs, AMF, with 19^-8 compared with 17-11 for Litwin's, and Budge's Hardware, Ladies, with 72-24, compared with 52-44 for Bienie's Garage. Team results and individual score in the Ottawa Bowl leagues appear elsewhere on this page. Here are team results and individual scores in the AMF League: Brlicoe'i Drufi—3 High 10-30 — J. Kimbrel, 206-550 Colbern'c—1 High 10-30 — L. Lemon, 184-474 Conrad'* Painters— 3 High 10 — D. Beiter, 212 High 30 — O. Heckman, 588 Cheney'i Markets—1 High 10-30 — B. Wenthe. 201-520 Brown'* Hardware—I High 10-30 — 8. Carlson. 208-569 Ditch Boy Faints—0 High 10-30 — T. Hiatt, 175-490 Lltwln'*—S High 10-30 — Richardson, 192-518 Blue Moon—1 High 10-30 — Dennlston, 185-500 Pepii-Cola—3 ' High 10-30 — D. Burgoon, 203-574 Peteiuon'i Masonry—1 High 10-30 — J. Peterson, 170-459 Two Pros 7 Under At Tucson TUCSON, Ariz. (AP)-Jim Ferier and Don January were tied or first with 7-under-par 65s as ie Tucson Open Golf Tournament swung into second-round play today. As the round started, 15 golfers were to complete the first round, lalted by darkness Thursday. They failed to finish because rost on the greens delayed the start more than one hour. Ferrier's 33-32—45 held up until anuary brought in his 31-34—65 MI the par 72 49ers Country Club iourse. . :^~'.':_'... Butch Baird had a 67 and was losest to the co-leaders. Bunched at 68 were Al Geiberger, Harold Kneece, Red Baxter r., Jerry Steelsmith and Al Mengert. Fourteen others had 69s. Jack Nicklaus, the nation's hird leading money winner and >re-tourney favorite, was well jack with a 76. Nicklaus, bothered by bursitis n his left hip, belted two balls out of bounds on his second hole, or a disastrous eight and couldn't •ecover. Par meant little on the new mesquite and cactus lined 6,749- yard course, as 55 competitors made or broke it. Fill Your Tank at Hank's But if tank is full and still won't go Call Hank for a tow and he will say Thanks. See us for Tune-up and Wheel Balancing HANK'S ^W 2nd and Hickory The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. SERVICE Phone CH 2-2133 BATTERY WEAK? Install A NEW AUTO-LITE STA-FUL or GRANT EXTRA DUTY Battery We Feature the "Always Fresh" Dry Batteries to fit All Cars, Trucks and Tractors. All Sizes including Large Group 4 Down to Foreign Car Sizes.. HARRY SMITH AUTO SUPPLY 110 S. Main CH 2-152: KU Freshmen Beat K-State MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP)-The Jniversity of Kansas freshman Dasketball team easily defeated he Kansas State freshmen 86-67 Thursday night, showing strong rebounding power and balancec scoring. The Jayhawks led in rebounds 57-41, with Riney Lochmann, 6-5 making 14 grabs. The top scorer was Del Lewis of Kansas with 22 points, followed by Lochman with 20. Ron Paradis, former high school teammate of Lewis a Washburn Rural, got 18 for K State. RedSox Must Master Basic Play BOSTON (AP) - Attention Boson Red Sox players: Your new skipper, Johnny Pescy, feels too many major leaguers don't have a grasp of base- jail fundamentals—especially the )unt. So now you've been warned what is first on the agenda when he Red Sox open spring training at Scottsdale, Ariz. Pesky was asked if players in a major league uniform hadn't already mastered fundamentals to reach the big time. "That's a fine theory," the former Red Sox shortstop and successor to Mike Higgins said. "They are supposed to know the fundamentals. But you'd be sur prised how many major leaguers don't. "When I .was managing in the minors I lost many a night's sleep trying to figure ways of helping young ball players improve. I 'studied charts until my eyes ached. But I always came back to the same answer: Fundamentals.. "So this spring and at various times during the season, the Red Sox are going to be working on fundamentals. "One of the main things I will stress is throwing properly from the outfield and how to make cut off plays and relays." (Note: Pesky was the "goat" of a famed delayed relay from deep short on which Enos Slaughter scored from first on a single for the St. Louis Cardinals, beating the Sox in the deciding game of. the 1946 World Series.) PORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP)—New York Yankee relief ace Marshall Bridges, shot in the leg by • 21-year-old woman in ah Elks Club bar, may be ready to pitch by the opening, day of the baseball season. Dr. George Rahilly, a surgeon and bone specialist, said no surgery was planned for Bridges, still in a Fort Lauderdale hospital, and the pitcher should be able to return to practice in about a month. The pitcher was shot in the left leg Wednesday night by a woman identified by police as Carrie Lee Raysor, as they sat next to each other in the Negro Club. Both are Negro. Miss Raysor. is booked on a charge of aggravated assault. Yankee manager Ralph Houk said there would be no disciplinary action against Bridges. If Bridges can begin working out in a month, he will probably be ready when the Yankees open April 9 against the Kansas City Athletics. At first it was feared lie would miss two months. Dr. Rahilly said the .25 caliber slug chipped a bone and damaged muscles between the ankle and the knee, but said he did not consider it a serious injury. Bridges, 31-year-old father of three from Jackson, Miss., had an 84 record for the Yanks in 52 games last season and played a big part in the pennant drive. Police officers quoted Miss Ray sor as saying Bridges "put his arm around me and pulled me over and I didn't like that kind f mugging. Cora Davis, a barmaid, was quoted by police as saying Bridges "was trying to kiss the woman just before the shooting.' College Basketball MIDWEST Tulsa 67, Bradley 62 Creighton 81, Colorado Coll. 4S Tabor 88, St. Mary of tht Plains 77 Quincy 75, Illinois Wesleyan 69 Freshmen , Kansas 86, Kansas State 67 Junior Collegt Joplin 85, Ketnper 37 EAST NYU 102, Holy Cross 71 Seton Hall 81, Niagara 74 lona, N.Y. 61, Massachusetts 54 SOUTH Wake Forest 75, Maryland 54 SOUTHWEST N. 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Pro Basketball Thursday's Results New York 123, St. Louis 113 Syracuse 136, Chicago 117 Los Angeles 128, Detroit 111 Today's Games Syracuse vs. Boston at Providence St. Louis at Cincinnati New York at Chicago Saturday's Games San Francisco at Los Angeles Cincinnati at Detroit Boston at St. Louis Sunday's Games Cincinnati at New York Detroit at Syracuse Boston at Chicago For Insurance On dwellings, household goods. buildings and automobilM* See Dean Berlin, Agent IDS E Second Phone CH 2-2804 HUGHES CUES From A to Z A/em/Ye to Zollner Pistons We have only the finest Nationally Known Quality Brands Anything you need in the way of parts. Parts -- Tools -- Equipment Hughes Auto Parts 424 S. Main CH 2-3224 EVERYONE... BUT EVERYONE... OTTAWA BOWL 418V 2 N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 THURSDAY NITE LADIES Budfe'j Hardware—a 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. V. Foster 157 167 172 486 R. Wieneke 130 128 147 435 L. Kelm 130 119 138 387 P. Kramer 127 124 118 368 H. Wenthe 115 177 138 430 Tnwnen—1 E. Crandall 117 140 112 369 A. Allman 113 107 105 325 D. Clotfelter 104 92 117 313 A. Bell 121 102 131 354 E. McDanlel 142 138 138 418 Bund'i Cleauen—I L. Lollar 149 87 137 373 A. Fredeen 152 102 115 369 I. Harsh 110 106 116 332 J. Speer 169 116 137 422 N. Lollar 159 158 170 487 Beautyland—« .1. Isham 129 85 165 379 M. Mlllor 126 92 127 345 S Brill ' 92 97 111 300 M. Ishang 104 83 78 265 M. Ainsworth 177 134 147 448 Mann-Bell—0 J. Dodd 105 99 96 300 N. Thrasher 142 157 104 403 V. Dodd 133 134 131 418 M. Jones 93 107 120 320 I. Cordle 132 114 110 356 Blenlc* Oarage it Body Shop—I H. Skllling 106 145 113 364 P. Toumberlln .. .. 186 134 158 458 M. McMlllen 131 178 112 421 W. Blen 131 142 137 417 CLASSIC Fepsi-ColH—3 1st 2nd N. Brown 124 197 It. Johnson 190 190 B. Hull 1«6 221 J. Snider 182 149 R. Kamp 171 164 Ottawa Iniulatlon—1 M. Jones 164 183 C. Foster 125 111 H. Baldwin .. 127 152 A. Mietcben 117 167 W. Jones 145 133 Ottawa Bowl—3 H. Doman 174 174 D. Cordle 193 147 L. Cordle 130 190 C. Cordle 164 212 K. Cordle 158 160 Edniisluiis—1 K. Jones 161 159 D. Griffin 126 117 C. Worl 17 136 B. Miller .. ........ 164 121 A. Gilbert 113 173 Pence Croc.—1 B. Jones 308 141 J. Taylor 124 139 C. Reay 153 -109 G. Flinsbaugh . ... 138 168 W. Flinsbaugh . ... 137 1M Kilty Clover—* W. Hollon. 168 109 L Thomas 100 106 K. Hollon 178 154 K hollon 178 154 H. Tucker 174 136 3rd Ttl. 180 601 163 543 176 586 166 497 183 53« 183 530 145 381 133 413 150 434 1S7 434 145 493 162 503 174 494 153 518 140 458 177 497 147 390 79 301 149 441 196 580 190 Ml 153 411 103 384 168 474 116 3M 134 391 99 305 153 485 153 485 131 417 READS THE HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS. DO YOU? They Do a Good Job for Hundreds of Peo* pie, Everyday -- Try Them for Yourself.
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