Bowling Roundup Heckman, Doman In 1012 Line For Sparkle H And B Dave Heckman and Howard Doman provided the punch as Helen and Bill's Cafe chalked up a 1013 line in a 2695-pin, 4-point sweep over Hubbard Lumber in the Brunswick League Monday night at the Ottawa Bowl Lanes. Heckman scored a 235 and Doman, 234 in the big line. Doman's 577 series was tops, and Heckman's 5M second for the cafe team. R. Belter was last night's top performer as he hit a'804 on lines of 186.193-225 for Al Beets Ramblers, 3-1 winner over Maracaibo Oil in the men's Royal T League at the Royal T Lanes. B. Rinehart scored a 582 with a 214 line for Ottawa Tunes which protected its lead in the Men's Industrial League at the Ottawa Bowl with a 2595-pin, 3-1 victory over Bennett Creamery. Homer Kramer scored & blistering 257 line in his 594 aeries for Bennett. Helen and Bill's big win Monday night left the cafemen only 3% points behind first-place Hubbard; The lumbermen record is «2%-33Ji compared to 59-37 for Helen and Bill's. Tuesday night leaders are Ottawa Times, Industrial, with 57- &38V&, compared to 54-42 for Presto Foods which beat Nitcher Floor Service, 3-1, last night, and Al Beets, Royal T, with 23%-8& Three teams, Maracaibo, Bundy's Insurance and Trout's Jewelry, ire tied for second with 19-13. Team results and individual score* in the Ottawa Bowl leagues appear elsewhere in today's sports section. Here are team results and high individual scores in the Royal T. League: Trvat'i Jewelry—* Hl|h 1040 — W. LewU, 912-549 Beit Tnuk tta«t— I Hi|b 10-30 — Kltti, ltO-4M Al Beeti BtBfelCH—I High 10-30 - B. Better, 935-604 Bferaeftlft* Oil—1 High 10 — E. Miller, 905 Hltfh 30 — C. Jackson, Ml Ottawa S»via|i * IMM—S High 10-30 — Cheney, 910-5SO Bwidy'i torarMee—1 High 10 — Rieheaon, 302 , High 30 — D. Heckmra, 035 Self-Service Shoe*—3 High 10-30 — Doman, 911-531 For«moit—1 High 10-30 — B. Wentbe, 103-553 HcBiMPi Grocery—* High 10-30 — L. Henilek, 188-479 IL*B Oiler*—1 High 10-30 — Ouge, 157-4VM Richmond Defeats Welda RICHMOND — The Richmond Cubs defeated Welda, 5447, last night at Richmond, scoring the team's second victory of the season. The Cubs took a 13-6 lead in the first quarter but fell behind Welda in the second, the score favoring Welda, 20-17, at halftime. Richmond came back in the third quarter with 17 points to Welda's 10. In the final quarter the Cubs padded their lead with 20 points to Welda's 17. Ronnie Pedrow was Richmond Coach Phil Rose's top scorer with 17 points. Delbert Roeckers was second high with 14. Miller was top scorer for Welda with 24 points. In B team action last night the Cubs beat Welda, 57-40. Richmond will go to Princeton Thursday night for the final game of the season. RICHMOND - 54: Pedrow, 8 13; Roeckers, 542; Sobba, 6 03; Maley, 431; Bennett, 00 3. Totals, 23 8 12. WELDA - 47: Miller, 963; Tush, 505; Mace, 4 0 5 ;Hetzel, 214; Holt, 004. Totals, 207 21. Score by quarters: Richmond .. .. .. ...13 4 17 20 Welda 6141017 THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, Feb. 20, 1963 WATER HAULING GORDON PAUL CH 2-5425 24 Hour Service College Basketball MIDWEST Kansas State 67, Kansas 54 Drake 65, North Texas 64 DePaul 83, Gannon 48 Miami (0), 66, Marshalyl 59 Southern III. 95, W. Kentucky 73 William Jewell 74, Missouri Valley 69 Bethel 84, Kansas Wesleyan 55 Sterling 80, Friends 70 Bethany 53, Ottawa 50 Southwestern of Winfield 70, College of Emporia 64 Tabor 73, Central Methodist 60 Park 78, Richards-Gebaur AFB 69 EAST Rhode Island 85, Connecticut 62 Canisius 61, West Ontario 47 Villanova 69, Buffalo 47 Fordham 78, CCNY 66 SOUTH Duke .76, Maryland 70 Wm. & Mary 79, George Wash. 75 South Carolina 51, Clemson 45 Georgia Tech 72, Tennessee 60 Memphis St. 61, Dayton 59 SOUTHWEST Texas 83, Texas A&M 73 SMU 109, Texas Christian 98 Rice 74, Baylor 70 Arkansas 83, Texas Tech 78 FAR WEST St. Mary's, Cal. 81, Santa Clara 76 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Kansas State's perennial Big Eight contenders have overcome a bad start to tie Oklahoma State for first place and are in excellent position to take sole possession of the top spot Saturday night. K-State's convincing 67-54 victory for the Wildcats and llth in their past 14 games. Tex Winter's club and Oklahoma State have identical 7-2 records in league play, with Iowa State 8-3 and Colorado 7-3. Iowa State plays at Kansas State and Oklahoma State at Colorado Saturday night. The home court advantage is a potent factor in the Big Eight and if the home teams win, K-State will be alone in first place after these games. The Wildcats even then would Memphis State Gets NIT Berth NEW YORK (AP)-The field for the 26th National Invitation Basketball Tournament was one-third filled today with the naming of Memphis State as the fourth entry. The Tigers, runner-up in the annual New York post-season tournament in 1957, have a 16-5 record this season. Previously named for the 12-team tournament were Miami of Florida, Providence and Canisius. The NTT will be played March 14, 16, 19, 21 and 23 at Madison Square Garden. AL BEETS MTRS. 15 CELEBRATING! Rambler '63 Wins Motor Trend's "Gar of the Year" AWARD •CAR OF THE YEAR RAMBLER CLASSIC "770" 4-DOOR WAGON — truly the "New Shape of Quality" in wagons! Tremendously roomy with loads of luggage space, including Roof-Top Travel Rack (standard) and hidden compartment under cargo floor for valuables. Choice of thrifty Sixes teamed with automatic transmission, stick shift or economical E-Stick (options). Come see ib—drive it! Free X-Ray Books show why Rambler win the '68 "Car of the Year" Award! AL BEETS MTRS. 580 N. Main OH 2-8079 Has Motor Trend Magazine's "Car of the Year" K-State Intie For First Princeton Edged By Westphalia PRINCETON - Westphalia had to come from behind in the final quarter to edge Princeton's Orioles, 62-50, in a non-league game here last night. Coach Jim Pollom's Orioles started with a bang, a 16-6 first quarter margin. Westphalia kept edging up and was down four points at the half and three after the third quarter. John Sutton led the Orioles with 16 points. Francis Wiederholt and Eldoti McCurdy each hit 15 for Princeton. Renyer was top scorer for Westphalia with 18. Princeton won the B game, 4838. The Orioles will close out their season tomorrow night with Franklin County League game with Richmond at Princeton. Here's last night's varsity scoring: WESTPHALIA — 61: Renyer, 822; True, 614; Spencer, ,3 5 2; Riley, 304; Thompson, 4 6 5. Totals, 241417. PRINCETON - 59: Rukes, 2 2 4; Sutton, 804; Wiederholt, 6 3 1; Moore, 022; McCurdy, 6 3 5; Ralston, 110; Cowdin, 023. Totals, 23 13 19. Score by quarters: Westphalia 6171920 Princeton .. •• .. ..16 111814 MELVERN - Melvern's Pan- hers closed out their regular season schedule here last night, de- eating Lebo, 67-51, for their 17th win of the season. They've lost two. Wayne Cranwell, who lettered on last year's state Class B championship team, accounted for 31 points as Melvern out-scored the visitors in every period. Dennis Haworth helped the Panthers with his 8 free throws and 14 mints. Lane scored 21 for Lebo. be no better than a 50-50 bet for the championship, with road games at Iowa State and Oklahoma State still on the schedule before the season finale with Colorado at Manhattan March 9. In fact, a championship case could be argued for each of the top four teams. Max Moss, a 6-foot junior with an accurate outside shot, solved Winter's backline problems with his nine points in the closing minutes to beat Oklahoma State. Moss led the scoring with 18 points in the Kansas victory Tuesday night. Gary Marriott hit 16 and Willie MurreU 15. K-State's other two starters, Al Peithman and 7-foot Roger Suttner, scored all their 16 points in the first half. Newest Spring Shades by Max Factor California MAD MAD Colors • Mad Mad Melon • Mostly Strawberry Dial CH 2-3024 • Not Quite Orange Opposite Courthouse CUSHIONED FOR COMFORT RIPPLE* BANTAM-RIB SOLES The shoe that is completely satisfying to America's registered nurses. The walking-on-a- cloud footease and glove-soft fit of this Clinic shoe •rt footnoted by the long-striding freedom of its sura-footed RIPPLE BANTAM-RIB SOLE. Whit*. Sizes 441, AAAA-D. T-LUG6AGB Melvern Finishes Season With 17-2 Use Three Officials In Game So far, the present Panthers nave showed signs of matching the achievements of some of Coach Gene Otis' fine teams at Melvern. They won the Osage County League title without a league loss and captured the Osage League tournament. In his four previous seasons at Melvern, with the Panthers playing in Class B, Coach Otis has carried two teams into regional finals, not counting last year's itate champions. Melvern, in Class BB this year, will enter district tournament play SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. AP) —Clutter up the basketball court with a third official and you'd only get more fouls, a cynic might say. But three officials took the floor at Tuesday's Cal Poly-Pasadena College game and, believe it or not, no more whistles than usual blew. "We had to run a lot less," said Referee Art Stobbe after Poly's 72-66 victory. "I felt less ired after I left the game than when I started it We were simply able to keep better positions." The three referees called 36 r ouls. Two other games in northern California Tuesday averaged 37 fouls each. One referee worked the baseline to the left of the basket, the second stayed halfway between the baseline and midcourt to the right of the basket and the third worked at midcourt. There were no arguments and only one conflicting call—one official ruled a ball out of bounds, another called a jump. all IwChnioiw WeAwMay Feb. 27. ,' Melvern won last night's B game, 52-34. Here's the varsity scoring: MELVERN — 67: Mochamer, 243; Criss, 022; Lacey, 2 0 2; Geier, 321; Cranwell, 12 7 I; rTawortfi, ffftl. TotMsy •10. -I ;.: LEBO - tt: Wolf, S 3 5; 934; Standiferd, 4 4 * 133. Totals, 191315. 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