The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 19, 1963 · Page 2
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4 fc/i i JUNIOR DIVISION CHAMPIONS - Boys' Club basketball players feel a bit ragged but happy after winning church league junior division championship from First Methodist (Whites), 19-5. Boys are (from left, front row) Ralph Wilson, Skip Bishop, Kenneth Ledom; (back row, from left), Trini Ybarra, Gene Mitchell, Ralph Ybarra and Lloyd Yohe. (Herald Photo) Choose 8 Teams For NCAA Play By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The fields for the two major post-season college basketball tournaments began taking shape today with 11 teams accepting bids to compete in the National Collegiate Athletic Association championship and the National Invitation Tournament. Eight schools were named for at-large berths Monday in the 25- team NCAA field while three acceptances were received for the 12-team NTT at New York's Madison Square Garden. The NCAA entrants include Loyola of Chicago and New York University, both ranked among the nation's Top Ten in this week's ' Associated Press poll. Loyola, ranked No. 3 with a • 22-1 record, will play a first round game in the Mideast regionals. Tenth-ranked NYU, 13-2, is an at- large selection in the East re- gionals. Colorado State University, 16-4; Texas Western, 16-5 and Oklahoma City, 15-7, were chosen for the Midwest Regionals. Seattle, 17-4; Oregon Slate, 14-6 and Utah State, 19-5, will lake part in the Far West regionals. The three learns accepting NTT bids were Miami of Florida, 20-4; Providence, 15-4 and Canisius, 144. The tournament will be held March 14-23. Only three at-large positions remain to be filled in the NCAA bracket, Iwo from the East and the other from the Mideast. One of the Eastern representatives will be the Ivy League champion. Fourteen other conference champions automatically qualify for the tourney. The opening round regional eliminations get underway at various sites around the country March 9 and March 11. Winners advance to the regional finals at College Park, Md., East Lansing, Mich., Lawrence, Kan., and Provo, Utah. The semifinals and the finals of the NCAA championships will be held at Freedom Hall in Louisville, March 22-23. Cowboys On Top In Big 8 Race By JIM VAN VALKENBURG Associated Press Sports Writer Oklahoma State is alone at the top in a wild four-team race for the Big Eight basketball crown after Colorado's upset by Missouri. Kansas State can tie the Cowboys for first place by whipping Kansas at Lawrence tonight. Missouri's Ray Bob Carey stole the ball and went all the way for a layup with five seconds left which beat Colorado's shaky defending champions 60-58 at Columbia Monday night. Oklahoma clipped Nebraska 84-77 with little College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS EAST Chicago Loyola 70, St. John's 47 SOUTH Auburn 63, Tulane 61 Mississippi Stale 86, Georgia 75 Vanderbilt 69, Kentucky 67 Miami, Fla. 112, Tampa 91 Mississippi 72, Forida 71 Alabama 75, Louisiana St. 71 Furman 70, Virginia Poly 64 MIDWEST Ohio State 87, Michigan St. 77 Illinois 87, Purdue 79 Missouri 60, Colorado 58 Bowling Green 67, Notre Dame .58 Northwestern 63, Michigan 62 Minnesota 72, Wisconsin 48 Indiana 72, Iowa 71 Oklahoma 84, Nebraska 77 Xavier, Ohio 96, Villa Madonna 68 SOUTHWEST Texas Western 84, West Texas 42 New Mexico St. 83, Hardin-Simmons 69 TOURNAMENT BEAN POT Championship Boston Coll. 59, Northeastern 53 Consolation Boston U. 71, Tufts 52 Warrensburg State 90 Cape Girardeau State 70 Kirksville State 101, Rolla Mines 17 Drury 77, Westminster 67 Omaha 67, St. Benedicts 58 McPherson 75, Baker 58 St. Mary of the Plain* 81, Kansas City National 70 Jwior College Uoberly 76, Missouri Freshmen 51 Paragn» 77, Ida $8 Eddie Evans scoring 22 points in the other league game. Colorado skidded all the way from a first-place tie to fourth place, but the race is so close the Buffaloes are a scant half-game from Oklahoma State. Here is the way the top four lineup: Oklahoma State 7-2, Kansas State 6-2, Iowa State 8-3, and Colorado 7-3. It's such a neck-and- neck situation that any one of the top four could be alone in first place after Saturday night's games. Oklahoma State plays at Colo rado and Iowa State at Kansas State Saturday night. In a pair of second division games the same night, Kansas plays at Nebraska and Oklahoma at Missouri. Bowling Standings WEDNESDAY LEAGUES R and M Midfets Team W L Deuces Wild 46 17 Side Swlpers 44 18 Sleepers 28 35 Splinters 27 38 Timber Tumblers 24 39 Scatterbrains 20 43 Ladles Wright's Studio 73 27 Moore's Chevrolet 64'/j 35VJ Peoples Nat. Bank 58 U' 41'/a Kansas State Bank 48 51 Seller Studio 47 53 Towner's 46Vi SS'/i First Nat. Bank 43'/a 56 H Meadow Gold 43 57 Petrex of Texas 40 60 Romstedt's Grocery . . ..38 61 Twilight (Men's) Blenle's Garage 61'/a 38'/a Sunrise Dairy 57 43 Ottawa Bus Service 56 44 Bob's Clothes 48 52 Bennett Creamery 43!4 56Vj Western Auto .'. 34 66 Commercial (Men's) Todd's Mobile Homes .. ..68 33 Kersley Cowboys 57 43 Texaco 55'/a '44!» Critcs 48 51 Fredeen's Shoes 37'/a 62'/a Blakesley Brake Serv. . .33 67 BOOSTER (Men's) K of C No. 3 24!i 3V4 K of C No. 1 19 9 Robertson Motor 18 10 K of C No. 2 15 13 Colby's Furniture 14 14 Hank's Sinclair 13 15 Kitty Clover 12Va 16Mi Princeton 12 16 Royal T 9 19 Mille'i .. .. .. J 25 GILLETTE J Super Power Bar ^ • Tractor Tires • See Us for { FAST, EFFICIENT J TIRE SERVICE J on All Tractors! J 110 West 4th St. J RlKht Down Town J •€«M * Hre * • 2 Jain S Supply, Inc. T T CH IM438 T 674 Tops In ABC Singles BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - Dick Hughes of Baltimore, Md., was gunning for a double in his last frame in the regular-division singles competition at the 60th an- naul American Bowling Congress Tournament. He got it, and as a result he held the lead today with 674 three-game series. The other new leaders as a result of Monday's action were: Dick Ward of Carey, Ohio, who had nine strikes in a final game of 245 for a nine-game total of 1860 in the regular-division all- events competition. The Anderson's of Rochester, N. Y., consisting of a father, his three sons and his brother-in-law v/ho combined for a 2695 series in the five-man team event in the booster division. Hughes, a 29-year-old draftsman, was only three pins ahead of runner-up John Osowick of Port Jervis, N.Y., who rolled a 671 series earlier in the day. Sunday's leader, Bill Stanfield of Grand Rapids, Mich., fell to third place with his 662. THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, February 19, 1963 SENIOR DIVISION CHAMPS - Ten members of First Methodist senior division church league team poses after winning championship with 39-10 victory over North Baptist. Boys are (from left, front row) Rick Wood, Dwight Domnanish, Danny Killion, Glen Conns and Bill Hegarty; (from left, back row) Terry Wollen, David Allen, Alan Van Loenen, John Stark and Rick Snider. (Herald Photo) First Methodist, Boys Club Church Champs First Methodist defeated North Baptist, 39-10, last night and ended the Church Basketball League season as senior division champion wilh a 6-win, l-loss record. Rick Snider was high scorer for the champs with 12 points. In other senior division play, Boys' Club beat First Christian, 22-18, and First Baptist defeated Trinity Methodist, 32-15. Faith Lutheran forfeited the last game of the season to Sacred Heart after one of its only four players fouled out but continued to play. Sacred Heart won the game, 26-4, with Peter Martin scoring 20 points. Boys' Club, the National League champs, beat First Methodist (Whites), American League champs, 19-5, in junior division action and came out division champions. Lyle Adcock with 16 points for the Wesleyan Methodist team and Bob Stevens, with 17 points for the Calvary Baptisl team were junior division high scorers last night. Here is the scoring: JUNIOR DIVISION Boys' Club, 19 First MethodUt (Whites), 5 Boys' Club — Trini Ybarra, 411; Ralph Ybarra, 214: Eugene Mitchell, 303; Skip Bishop, 0 1 2. Totals, 831. (Other players, Lloyd Yohe, Kenneth Ledom, Ralph Wilson.) First Methodist — Jerry Bender, 2 0 1; Dennis Cook, 001; David Adamson, 003; David Bechtle, 002, Bob Gage, 002. Totals, 2 1 8. (Other players, Jim Cook, Oreg Reynolds, Mike Brown.) Wesleyan MethodUt, 24 North Baptist, 6 Wesleyan Methodist — Lyle Adcock, 723; Gary DePrlest, 303; Harry Reeves, 100; Kenneth Cates, 001. Totals, 11 2 7. (Other players, Joe Brown.) North Baptist — Ken Montgomery, 203; Billy Keelln, Steve Crockett, 1 0 1. Totals, 414. (Other players, Terry Shoemaker, Douglas Crockett, Eddie Clark.) Calvary Baptist, 19 Trinity Methodist, 18 Calvary Baptist — Bob Stevens, 7 3 0; Corky Wellon, 100; Oscar Taylor, 001; Kenneth Chapman, 001. Totals, 832. (Other players, B 111 y Adams, Tom Taylor, Randy Elder, Mike Rashman, Max Wadkins.) Trinity Methodist — Steve Paine, 4 0 3; Larry Lewis, 403; Douglas Durbin, 001; Carl Johnson, 001. Totals, 8.0 8. (Other players, Richard Milton, Richard Hughes.) Grace Episcopal, 24 First Christian, 8 Grace Episcopal — Jon IndaU, 4 1 2: Tom Wellington, 401: Tom Stevenson, 2 V) 3; Pat Wellington, 1 0 0; Ted Hoppe, 010. Totals, 11 2 6. (Other players, Steve Kloster.) , First Christian — Don Stevens, 2 2 4; Ronnie Doyen, 100; Roy Anderson, 001. Totals, 325. (Other players, Phil Gibson, Scotty Brink.) Westminster Presbyterian, 23 First Baptisl, 6 Westminster Presbyterian — Tom Johnson, 401; Jim Honn, 300; Tod Queen, 200; Stan Sheldon, 202; Bob Hull, 001. Totals, 11 0 4. (Other players, Wally Hart, David Gish.) First Baptist — Dan Mullens, 200; Harold Montgomery, 100; Clark Underwood, 001. Totals, 301. (Oth- er players, Barry Showalter, Dennis Gumm, Kenneth Jennings, Bruce Prentice, Alan Lloyd, Stan Bhlsler.) Sacred Heart, 17 First Methodist <Greeiu), 13 Sacred Heart — Tim Brady, 314; Dan Harkins, 303; Mike McClay, 201; Ralph Terry, 00 1. Totals, 8 1 B. (Other players, Tim McClay, Dana Akers.) First Methodist — Russell Daugharthy, 310; Scott Chesbro, 1 1 2; Jim Stark, 102. Totals, 524. (Other players, Tom Oleason, Richard Hughes.) SENIOR DIVISION Fir.it Methodist, 39 North Baptist, 10 First Methodist — Rick Snider, 4 4 3; Terry Wollen, 2 2 1; Rick Wood. 2 4 2; Danny Killion, 201; Alan Van Loenen, 132; David Allen, 031; Dwlght Domnanish, 010. Totals, 11 17 10. (Other players, Glenn Coous, Johnny Stark, Bflly Hegarty.) North Baptist — Paul Stephens, 3 1 5; Jim Hotaling, 025; David Milburn, 104; Alan Pratt, Oil; John Coffin an, 004; Cecil Heathman, 005; Eddie Hughes, 002. Totals, 3 4 16. (Other players, Ronnie DePrlest, Rick Winchester.) First Bapt'jt, 32 Trinity Methodist, IS First Baptist — Craig Davis, 325; Gary Gumm, 321; Rick Beth, 3 0 1; Jim Alexander, 203; Greg Oilroy, 2 21; John Presley, 104. Totals, 13« 15. Trinity Methodist — Rex Houston, 9 1 4; Alan Campbell, 202; Jim Haworth, 001; Bob Nordyke, 034; Bob Ranlston, 035; Jack Hayden, 013. Totals, 4 7 IB. Boys' Club, 22 First Christian, 18 Boys'. Club — Edward Payne, 803; Jose Larlos, 213; Robert Gray, 1 1 2; Norman Moore, 1 0,1; Tom Franks, 005; Jim Williams, 005; Totals, 10 2 18. (Other players, George Payne.) First Christian — Keith Holden, 1 B 0; Bill Wheeler, 121; Bill Greene, l 13; Joe Bowen, Oil; Martin Williams, 002. Totals, 3 12 7. (Other players, John Fogle.) 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