The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 19, 1963 · Page 3
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 3

Ottawa, Kansas
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Tuesday, February 19, 1963
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Mte^ TEAM SPARKS — These nwmbera of Ottawa Women's Bowling Association led their teams in opening round action of association tournament last night at Ottawa Bowling Lanes. Bowlers and scratch scores (from left) are Donna Birckhead, 437; Maxine Lewis, 500; Mary Brandon, 451; Cecil Bonn, 432; Vera Ferguson, 453; Doloris Doman, 463, and Marine Ainsworth, 425 with 160 line. (Herald Photo) Bowling Lee's, Nitcher Pin Leaders Lee's Cafe with 2675 and Nitcher's Floor Service with 2627 have established themselves as the teams to beat in the Class A and B team division in the Ottawa Women's Bowling Association tournament. First round of the tourney was rolled last night at the Ottawa Bowl Lanes. Vera Ferguson rolled a 453 scratch series with a 160 line for Lee's as the cafe team took over the Class A lead. Maxine Ainsworth matched Vera's high line for Lee's. Mary Brandon scored a 451 scratch series to lead Nitcher to the front in the Gass B division. Here are the standings after the first round, scores including handicap: Class A — Lee's, 2675; Ottawa Savings & Loan, 2674; Ottawa Bowl, 2657; BPOE, 2615. Class B - Nitcher, 2627; Betty B's, Baldwin; 2578. Maxine Lewis rolled the night's best scratch series, putting together lines of 165-154-181 for a Player Top Golf Winner DUNEDIN, Fla. (AP) - Gary Player, who has missed only one of the seven tournaments on golf- dam's money trail this year, still leads in prize winnings. Player has entered six tourna ments, won one and placed in the top five money winners four times. He has banked $18,702 this season. 500 for BPOE. A 96-pin handicap gave Maxine 596. Doloris Doman was second high with 463 for Ottawa Bowl. The tournament will continue tonight and every night this week through Friday at the Ottawa Bowl. In tonight's action, at 6:30, will be Todd's Insurance, A; Eagles Auxiliary, B; Arnold's Jewelry, A; VFW Auxiliary, A; Shinn & Haley, B, and KOFO, A. In action in two sessions tomorrow night will be: at 6:30, Peoples National Bank, A; First National Bank B, Towner's, A; Kansas State Bank, B; Petrex of Texas, B, and Moore Chevrolet, A; and at 9 Mewdow Gold A; Romstedt's Grocery, B; Seller's Studio, B, and Wright's Studio, A. Here's last night's individual scoring, including the handicap: Lee's Cafe — M. Weidner, 534; M. Smay, 543; V. Ferguson, 557; S. Ferguson, 520; M. Ainsworth, 521. Ottawa Savings & Loan, D. Toumberlin, 522; M. Barber, 545; B. Spatz, 524; R. Mclntosh, 539; C. Honn, 544. Ottawa Bowl — D. Doman, 591; A. Fredeen, 520; E. Crawford, 555; V. Bloomer, 495; J. Speer, 496. BPOE — E. CrandaU, 462; H. Ogle, 532; R. Brady, 519; E. Strickland, 507; M. Lewis, 596. WATER HAULING GORDON PAUL CH 2-5425 24 Hour Service Nitcher — E. Whitacre, 524; H. Shofner, 509; A. Evey, 499; D. Johnson, 534; M. Brandon, 561. Betty B's — D. Birckhead, 575; W. Cooper, 460; D. Smith, 504; J. Isham, 520; P. White, 519. Bearcats Still Top APPoll By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Cincinnati kept a strong hold on its position as the No. 1 college basketball team in the country today despite the upset which snapped its 37-game winning streak. While the Bearcats were losing their first game since Jan. 10, 1962, to Wichita 65-64 last Saturday night, their closest pursuer for national honors, Loyola of Chicago, also was taking it on the chin. Loyola bowed to Bowling Green 92-75 for its first defeat of the season. As a result of these developments, The Associated Press' special panel of sports writers and broadcasters decided Cincinnati still should be rated the nation's best team but that Loyola, loser by 17 points, couldn't be figured better than third, behind Duke, which racked up a couple of one- sided victories. The Top Ten with firstplace votes in parentheses: 1. Cincinnati (34) 402 2. Duke (8) 321 3. Loyola of Chicago 2*. 4. Arizona State 212 5. Ohio State 156 6. Illinois 138 7. Wichita 124 8. 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