The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 18, 1963 · Page 2
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i-H^ii V •, k. s IRK OTTAWA HERALD Monday, Feb. 18, IMS Buffs In Trouble With Ken Ailing By JIM VAN VALKENBURG Associated Press Sports Writer ." Colorado was in command with Ken Charlton playing on one bad knee. Now he has two aching frees and the Buffaloes suddenly find themselves in a fight for survival at Missouri tonight in a four-team Big Eight basketball race. .The 6-foot-6 Charlton led the conference with a 25.8 scoring av- drage through the first six games, glaying on a left knee which required surgery before the season. He injured his right knee in the Kansas game Feb. 9 and was fivrced out after scoring 11 points, tos season low. • The defending champion Buffs won the Kansas game and beat Oklahoma two nights later as dharlton struggled painfully to get 14. He managed another 14 Saturday night at Iowa State as the Cyclones won going away 7360. Vince Brewer poured in 22 points for the winners. Missouri is in sixth place but has won five of eight at home, including upsets of Oklahoma State, Indiana and Tennessee. Colorado dropped into a first place tie at 7-2 with Oklahoma State, 51-41 winner over Nebraska, with Kansas State third at 6-2 after beating Missouri 67-55 and Iowa State a close • up fourth at 8-3. The seventh-ranked Buffs would skid to fourth place by losing at Missouri. On the other hand, a victory would put Coach Russell (Sox) Walseth's team in position to grab the lead at home in a big weekend series, should Charlton retain his strength and scoring form. Oklahoma State meets the Buffs at Boulder Saturday and Iowa State plays at Colorado next Monday. K-State plays arch rival Kansas at Lawrence Tuesday and Iowa State at Manhattan Saturday. Coach Tex Winter has his team ready for another title bid. Oklahoma, which surprised Kansas 64-62 at Lawrence Saturday, is expected to strengthen its grip on fifth place against last- place Nebraska tonight at Norman. Oklahoma plays at Missouri and Kansas at Nebraska in other games Saturday. Kansas, the tournament champion, found itself solidly in seventh place after the Oklahoma defeat. The Jayhawkers, with two games left with K-State and one with Oklahoma State, are in the role of spoilers. College Basketball EAST St. Bonaventure 79, Villanova 58 St. Joseph's (Pa.) 64, Temple 52 Canisius 76, LaSalle 53 Niagara 53, St. John's (N.Y.) Braves' Late Rally !Shy By Field Goal ; EMPORIA — The Ottawa Uni- tersity Braves made a real bid for a win in the closing seconds pf their basketball game with College of Emporia's Presbies fiere Saturday night, but fell a Couple of points short, losing 67 to 68. ; The Braves are now in fifth place in the Kansas Conference * * * standings and have two games, tinues to sit in the driver's seat to play, with Bethany College of Ldndsborg and with Friends University of Wichita. The Bethany game will be the final home game for Ottawa, tomorrow evening at Wilson Field House, starting at 7:30. Southwestern of Winfield con* * * Tough Week Ahead For Southwestern Surging Southwestern continued its march toward the Kansas Conference championship with 18 and 19-point victories last week, tyith a 12-3 record, the Mound- builders from Winfield are 1% games ahead of their nearest pursuers. ^But the Builders are not likely to have another roller-coaster ride flu's week. Their two games are with College of Emporia and Bethel. Emporia is running fourth at 10-6, Bethel second at 11-5. Bethany, third at 10-5 and on a 6- game winning streak, faces Ottawa Tuesday and College of Emporia Saturday. "Two teams from the league's '»tower regions supplied last week's highlight. McPherson outscored Friends Friends 110-100, with guard, Larry a 5-9 Snyder, scoring 50 points. His average for 19 games had been 1.54. Deryl Elmore of McPherson was overshadowed although he scored 39. 1 Kansas Conference • W L Pet. Pis Opp. S'western 12 3 .800 1101 969 Bethel 11 5 .688 1113 1114 Bethany .. ..10 5 .667 1382 1262 C. of E. 10 6 .625 1246 1103 Ottawa 9 7 .563 1135 1052 Sterling 9 7 .563 1093 1089 McPherson 8 8 .500 1183 1164 Bakel 7 9 .437 1089 1141 Friends 1 14 .067 1006 1131 Kansas Wes. 1 14 .067 885 1110 This week's schedule: i Tonight—Baker at McPherson. ; Tuesday—Kansas Wesleyan at fiethel, College of Emporia at Southwestern, Friends at Sterling,. Bethany at Ottawa. } Thursday—McPherson, at Kan- tfis Wesleyan. • Friday—Ottawa at Friends. ; Saturday — College of Emporia a"t Bethany, Southwestern at Beth el, Sterling at Baker. WATER HAULING GORDON PAUL CH 2-5425 24 Hour Service Bowling Cafe Five Hits 2592 For 3-1 Win Helen and Bill's Cafe rolled a ,592 team series last night to beat Bienie's Garage, 3-1, in the frand Champions League at the Htawa Bowl Lanes. Top scorer was R. Schultz who rolled 542 for Helen and BiU's. lis teammates chipped in as folows: Bill Wenthe, 536; H. Doman, 528, and D. Heckman, 516. Teams in the champs' leagues are winners of the Ottawa Bowl's men leagues last season. In last week's R and M Mid- jet League at the Ottawa Bowl, the Side Swipers beat the Tim- >er Tumblers, 2-1, as Craig Davis scored a 316 2-line series for he Swipers. Other high scorers were Jack Sauer, 298; A. Campbell, 275; Gunun, 263, and D. Mudrick, 257. Team results and individual scores in these two leagues and the Saturday night mixed leagues are listed elsewhere in today's sports section. N TUESDAY LEAGUES Royal T (Men's) Team W L Al Beets Ramblers .. ..20'/a T/a Bundy's Insurance .. ..18 10 Maracaibo Oil 18 10 Trout's Jewelry 16 12 Foremost .. 14 14 Ottawa Savings & Loan ..13 15 Self-service Shoes 11 17 Best Truck Lines 11 17 Henslek's Grocery 11 17 LL&B Oilers 7Vi 2'0'/ 2 Ladles Arnold's Jewelry 64Vi Sl'-i KOFO 58!"i 37'/i VPW Auxiliary 50 46 Todd Insurance 48 '/a 47 Vi Shinn it Haley 38'/ a 67Va Eagles Auxiliary 38 58 Industrial (Men's) Ottawa Times 55'/a 4<Hi Presto 64 43 Peoples National 49 47 Bennett Creamery 49 47 Nitcher Floor Service .. .43 53 Wilson Cleaners 37^ 58>/i in the conference, with a record of 12-3. Bethel College of Newton is in second place with 11-5, Bethany College is in third place with 10-5, and College of Emporia in fourth place with 10-6. In the game Saturday night the Braves were in front of the Pres- bies through the first half, the half-time score being 28-25. The Presbies took command in the final 11 minutes of the game, and with 1 minute and 40 seconds remaining, the score was 68-62. Tom Kinder, who was highpoint man of the game with 26 points, made good on a three-point play and Duane Bissitt scored a tip-in to bring the count to 68-67. The Braves got possession of the ball on an interception, and with five seconds remaining in the game, Kinder missed the shot that would have supplied the needed two points for an Ottawa win. The boxscore: 49 Penn State 75, Army 68 Pitt 76, Bucknell 54 Penn 78, Harvard 53 Yale 75, Columbia 44 Princeton 85, Dartmouth 62 Connecticut 85, Holy Cross 75 Brown 75, Cornell 64 Seton Hall 101, St. Francis, Pa. 85 Rhode Island 78, Maine 70 Vermont 81, Massachusetts 73 Delaware 100, Muhlenberg 86 Brandeis 86, Coast Guard 81 SOUTH Duke 73,, Wake Forest 60 Auburn 82, LSU 57 Florida 73, Mississippi State 52 Louisville 78, Georgia Tech 73 N. Carolina 79, Clemson 63 Vanderbilt 74, Tennessee 72 (ot) S. Carolina 70,, N. Carolina State 68 (2 ot) Alabama 83, Tulane 79 Georgia 76, Mississippi 63 Virginia 71, Maryland 69 MIDWEST Wichita 65, Cincinnati 64 Bowling Green 92, Chicago Loyola 75 ' Indiana 103, Illinois 100 Iowa State 73, Colorado 60 Ohio State 75, Michigan 68 Notre Dame 68, Navy 56 Wisconsin 78, Northwestern 65 Oklahoma State 51, Nebraska 41 Tulsa 66, St. Louis 65 Kansas State 67, Missouri 55 Minnesota 75, Michigan State 70 Iowa 73, Purdue 64 Oklahoma 64, Kansas 62 Marquette 87, DePaul 81 Drake 60, Chicago 43 Miami (Ohio) 58, Toledo 47 SOUTHWEST SMU 89, Rice 79 Houston 99, Trinity (Tex.) 46 Texas A&M 80, Arkansas 78 Bradley 75, N. Texas State 72 FAR WEST Arizona St. 104, Brigham Young 87 Colorado State 63, Regis 50 Stanford 68, California 58 Oregon State 67, Oregon 57 Southern Cal. 59, Washington 53 Utah State 74, Denver 70 Arizona 74, Utah 70 Air Force 65, Colorado Coll. 41 Montana St. 77, Montana 68 Idaho 66, Gonzaga 57 Ottawa (67) Ff Ft Kinder 9 8 Krebbs 2 3 Watson 4 0 Erwin 3 Johnson Harahaw Blssltt 23 21 21 C. of E. (68) Rose Levin Tubbs .. .. Smallwood .. Slmecka Miller 0 Motley 1 Edmlston 0 Ft Ft 4 1 1 6 0 0 2 26 16 19 Score at half: Ottawa 28, C. of E. 25. Combine Herbs A French recipe calls for a bouquet garni? In a cheesecloth bag tie together a bay leaf, several peppercorns, a few cloves, some parsley springs and celery leaves and a sprig of thyme. Measuring Hint When you are measuring dried fruit for use in a baked product, pack the fruit lightly into the measure; press the top lightly for the final level measure. For Insurant* On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobile* See Dean Berlin. Agent 109 E Second Phone CH 2-2804 THEY'RE GOOD SHOTS — Winners in registered shooting match yesterday at Ottawa Gun Club are (from left) Al Brown, Topeka, Class A singles with 98; Cecil Stecher, Baldwin, Class C singles with 96; Richard Cannady, 823 N. Hickory, Class B singles with 96; Leroy Bien, 104 S. Poplar, handicap, and Dick Ristow, Kansas City, Kans., Class D singles with 94. (Herald Photo* KUGridster Tough In Boxing Ring KANSAS CITY (AP) - Ronnie Marsh, known as the "Kansas City boy with the Jack Dempsey punch," will make his second bid for a national Golden Gloves heavyweight title in Chicago next week. Marsh, a University of Kansas football player, took his second straight Kansas City regional championship Saturday night by knocking out big Ray Love of Joplin, Mo., and gaining a dec- sion over Wesley Walker of Lawrence, Kan. Fighting at 178 pounds, Marsh flattened the 205-pound Love with one punch in 48 seconds. "I figured Love would try to hit me with rights and lefts to the body after he couldn't connect to the face," Marsh said, kept pretty well covered when we were in close. Then when he dropped both arms to attack the body, I knew it was up to me to get in that left. It was a short punch right on the chin." Marsh knocked Love out in last year's tournament, too,' and the Joplin boy had decided he wouk stay right on top of Marsh this time. Love started crowding Marsh, but got in oonly two flur ries before catching the big punch. In the national tourney at Chi cago last year Marsh lost quarter-final decision to 245-pourx Jim Beattie of Minneapolis, who has since turned pro. Other regional champion crowned Saturday are: 112 pounds—Don Spencer, Joplin. 118 — Michael Smith, Kansas City. 126-Walt Allen, Kansas City. 135—Joe Penalis, Miami, Okla 147—Esto Jackhon, Kansas City 160—Cordell Ricks, Miami. 175 — Preston Thomas, Kansa City. Princeton Boys Dunk The Coach LANE — Dick Townsend, coach of the Princeton grade school basketball team, was forced Saturday night to go along with a promise he made early in the season, and he did go along with the promise, but reluctantly. The coach, in a weak moment early in the season, told the boys that if they won all of their games through the season they could put him under the shower, clothes and all. The boys turned the trick, their Final win being against the Lane grade school team Saturday night at Lane, 34 to 28. With the final buzzer, Coach Townsend disappeared. The boys of his team searched through the Lane High School building, assisted by Mrs. Townsend who was determined to see that her husband kept his promise to the boys. They finally found the coach and had quite a struggle getting him into the shower room and under a shower. The boys put the coach under three different showers, one of which was pretty warm and another pretty cold. Then they took him back to the gym where dancing was in progress. The victory 12, made the difference. Here's the scoring: PRINCETON - 34: King, 5 1 0; Anderson, 001; Roush, 0 0 2; Domnanish, 674; Wood, 0 1 3; Brown, 031. Totals, 1112 11. LANE - 28: Kuder, 814; Dennis, 403; Johnson, 0 0 2; Say r ler, 113; Chrisjohn, 120. Totals, 12412. was the Princeton boys' 22nd straight victory, extending over three seasons. It gave them the title in the grade school tournament at Lane. Richmond beat Appanoose, 29-23, for third place. Princeton was down, 18-17, at halftime, but out-scored Lane, 11-5, in the third quarter. Princeton's 12-17 from the free throw line, with Lane hitting only 4 of January Wins By 11 Strokes TUCSON, Ariz. (AP)-Don January was so far out in front it must have been lonesome. But for $1,450 he can stand .the lack of company. The slim, 33-year-old pro from West Covina, Calif, put together a blistering 22-under-par 266 for the 72 holes of the $25,000 Tucson Open Golf Tourney and breezed in to an 11-stroke victory Sunday. He described his game as "just tee up and hit it, and when you find it, hit it again." But a careful look at his score card shows his game isn't quite that haphazard. For example, he had only two bogies for the four-day tourney. January, who led all the way, picked up $3,500 for his first victory of the year, $1,450 more than the winnings of defending champion Phil Rodgers and Gene Littler who tied for second. 59 Enter Registered Trapskoot Good weather brought 59 shooters to a registered match yesterday at the Ottawa Gun Club. Here are the winners: Al Brown, Topeka, Class A singles with 98 out of a 100; Richard Cannady, Ottawa, Class B. Singles with 96; Cecil Stecher, Baldwin, Class C singles with 96; Richard Ristow, Kansas City, Kas., Class D singles with 94 ,and Janie Wilson, Lawrence, Class E singles with 50. Handicap winners were Leroy Bien, Ottawa, first with 93 of ft 100, and Cannady, runner-up with 92. Cannady and Strecher had tied for runner-up, and Cannady won the shootoff. Doubles winners were Ristow, first, with 45 of 50, and Cannady, runner-up. The two had tied for first, and Ristow won the shoot- off. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned IB by a reader. DEMONSTRATES SKILL Dennis Bolen, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Bolen, Quenemo, demonstrates skill which has won him a place on basketball team at Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia. Bolen is a 6-4 forward and 2-year lettcrman for Hornets. OTTAWA BOWL 41SV 2 N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 GRAND CHAMPION 1st and 3rd Ttl, Helen £ Bllli Cafe— 3 J. Doty 170 138 162 470 B Schultz 168 210 164 542 H Demon . .. 173 192 163 528 B Wenthe 161 231 144 536 D. Heckman 186 158 172 516 Bleniei Garage * Body Shop — 1 E. Mathlas »1 162 132 385 I. McFadden 163 152 142 453 Fin Lnffcri — 9 D. Toumberlin .. .. 128 193 90 311 G. Toumberlin .. .. 164 151 103 418 G. Suits 114 80 100 294 B Bond . . 166 193 161 520 The Rolleri — 2 A. Miller 122 146 148 416 Truck Recapping Get your truck tires in shape now for Spring Work! Insurance On Everything Porter - Spears AGENCY Tom Porter — Phone CH 2-3007 — George Spears OVER 140,000 KANSAS DRIVERS CAN'T BE WRONG! More people insure with Farm Bureau Insurance in the state of Kansas than any other single insurance company. There must be a reason for this over-whelming preference. There is. More coverage at the lowest possible premium cost. See your agent today. FARM BUREAU MUTUAL Bob Robbins General Agent V. Bien 180 139 169 478 C Bowman 158 141 185 484 D. Wleneke 184 168 157 507 D. Killion 139 172 153 464 L. Bien 129 161 160 450 RAM MIDGET The Sleepers—3 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. P. Foster 80 84 164 J. Salb 84 95 179 Denniston 86 93 179 Bien 120 83 203 Gumm 144 119 263 Spllntepj—0 T. Fisher 91 101 192 D. Mudrlck 123 134 257 J. Mclntosh 108 108 216 8. Suits 65 65 130 5. Bell 154 73 127 Side Swipers—3 B. Bell 97 109 206 C. Hettler .. . 133 92 235 E. Montgomery ... 136 96 232 B. Elcheson 102 92 194 C Davis 150 166 316 Timber Tumbleri—1 H. Suits 120 75 195 J. Moody 98 137 235 Dennis Bien 56 70 126 J. Johnson 65 84 149 6. Salb 87 128 215 Scatterbrami—0 D. Kersley 83 122 205 W. Denniston 76 86 162 8 Van Cleave 71 85 156 B. Campbell 86 72 158 C. Nitcher 76 62 138 Deuoei Wild—S N. Rlcheson 87 103 200 j. Sauer 135 163 298 G. Hettler Ill 137 248 J. Stelnman 108 94 202 B. Campbell 124 161 275 SATURDAY KITE SUNSET Cllmben—8 121 E. 2nd CH 2-4122 P. Miller 87 93 139 319 E. Crawford 101 147 106 354 D. Hall 141 183 141 465 Ktaf Pln«—0 D. Clotfelter 113 99 97 309 J. Clotfelter 88 92 118 298 C. Dengel 124 151 150 425 W. Dengel 141 148 145 434 Downdrafii—4 A. Dodd 174 192 154 520 J. Dodd 123 112 112 347 GILLILAND'S Recapping — Vulcanizing Rt. 4, Ottawa Ph. Centropolis 6 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 2-1522 If it'S 8 V. Dodd 165 132 G. Dodd 137 159 111 408 182 478 SATURDAY MIDNIGHTERS Cut Off Club—4 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. O. Ogle 175 160 176 510 H. Ogle 124 125 152 4'01 E. McDanlels 153 155 124 432 C. McDaniels 167 191 151 509 Slap Happy Four—0 D. Denniston 115 117 95 327 B. Denniston 133 118 113 364 D. Denniston 118 78 105 301 The Roller*—0 E. Cromwell 99 112 W. Cromwell 144 109 J. Foster 97 107 C. Foster 126 98 Alley Rati—4 B. Mudrlck 131 112 D. Mudrick 148 151 C. Burgeon 108 77 R. Tarpy 128 149 Alley Cat*—• 122 333 115 368 116 320 133 357 144 387 165 464 79 264 171 448 H. Hensielc 141 C. Henslek 106 M. Hopkins .. ..... 106 A. Hopkins 126 174 lit 2nd 3rd Ttl. Thuro 97 132 130 359 Thuro 109 103 121 333 R. Hoover 108 113 142 363 L. Hoover 119 96 147 361 Alley Call—1 O. Bond Ill 103 70 284 A. Bond 67 51 66 174 Brunswick Kidi—4 M. Keefer 165 A. Keefer .' 124 169 130 430 84 105 295 96 121 323 125 435 180 143 92 174 C. Dillon 84 D. Dillon 157 Cut Off Club—1 O. Ogle 143 137 H. Ogle 135 136 E. MoDanleli C. McDanlels Alley C»U—3 123 148 146 491 173 440 62 238 169 500 149 429 151 422 115 386 143 124 138 405 H. Hensielc 138 121 202 461 C. Henaiek 79 M. Hopkins Ill A. 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