The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 21, 1963 · Page 2
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2 THE OTTAWA HERALD * Thursday, Feb. 21, 1963 •K ,000 For Mays; Teiry Signs By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer "This Willie Mays, he does everything." And gets rewarded accordingly. San Francisco Manager Al Dark paid the compliment and the National League champion Giants will be paying Mays approximately $100,000 for the 1963 season, a plateau reached before by only Ted Williams, Joe DiMaggio and Stan Musial. Mays agreed to terms Wednesday for an estimated increase of $10,000 following a season in which he led the National League in homers with 49 and drove in 141 runs while batting .304. While Mays stepped into the Giants' fold, World Series opponent Ralph Terry—the pitching hero who shut out San Francisco 1-0 in the deciding game of the Series- agreed to terms with the world champion New York Yankees. The 27-year-old right-hander posted a 23-12 record last season and received a $12,000 raise to $35,000. Besides Terry, a host of other pitchers signed, including Roger Craig of the New York Mets, Ray Herbert and Gary Peters of the Chicago White Sox, Carl Willey of Milwaukee, Ernie Broglio and Bobby Shantz of St. Louis, Bob Allen and Wilfred (Sonny) Siebert of Cleveland and Steve Dalkowski of Baltimore. Bowling 580s Tops In Men's League The women's tournament in progress at the Ottawa Bowl limited last night's league action to the Booster group at the Royal T Lanes. There, the Knights of Columbus No. 3 team held on to its top position with a 3-1 win over Colby's Furniture. Top scorers were Mueller with 211 and 586 for K of C No. 1, 4-0 winner over Kitty Clover; Pogue with 213 and 584 for Colby Furniture, and Cecil Wolgast with 581 for Royal T, 4-0 winner over Robertson Motor. The No, 3 Knights have a 27 I /64% record, compared to 23-9 for second place K of C No. 1. Team results and high individual scores in the Booster League follow: Hoy*l T—4 High 10-30 — C. Wolg»st, 303-581 Bobertson Motor—0 High 10 — V. Roller, 183 High 30 — F. Hoffmtn. 404 K of C No. 1—4 High 10-30 — Mueller, 311-5M Kitty Clover—« High 10 — V. Hopkins. 187 High 30 — D. Bell. 462 K of C No. 3—3 High JO-30 — F. McMlllen, 18MBS C/'olby'i Furnltwe—1 High 10-30 — Pofue, 313-SM lUnk'h Sinclair—II High 10-30 — Howe, 171-511 K of C No. S—1 High 10 — Schulte, 1S2 High 30 — Kramer, 434 MUle—2 High 10 — K. Mille, 1(1 High 30 — J. Houton, 486 Princeton—* High 10-30 — Mohr, 18«-4>3 Dark Fears Enlarged Strike Zone SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-Baseball's expanded strike zone may hurt the San Francisco Gaints, says Manager Alvin Dark.. Dark's reasoning is 'unusual among the general chorus proclaiming the change as either beneficial tc pitchers or making no difference. He told a pre-spring training news conference Wednesday that he thinks National League umpires will not be able to crouch as low as previously since the top of the strike zone is now higher. "It's the way they stand that raises or lowers the strke zone" said Dark. "If they're up higher it may pull the strike zone up. "It'll hurt us if they pull it up, because I like our itchers to keep the ball low. I don't want our pitchers getting up higher." He quickly added that it would hurt other teams as well—"All the good ball clubs I've been on were built around low-ball pitchers," National League umpires tradi tionally crouch lower than their American League counterparts, which, says Dark, explains why the National League strike zone is considered by players to be slightly lower than the American. The higher zone, he believes, will force National League umpires to employ a stance more like American Leaguer*. TOURNAMENT STARS — Among top bowlers in team division women's tournament last night at Ottawa Bowl are (from left) Ruth Mock, Mary Lu Hopkins, Glcnna Lu Whitacre, Naomi Fritts, Ruth Carlson and Nancy Lollar. Miss Lollar's 5ia scratch series was best of tournament so far. Mrs. Carlson rolled 530. (Herald Photos) A New High In Pin Tourney Nancy Lollar rolled a 552 scratch series last night to lead Petrex of Texas into first place in the B division of the Ottawa Bowling Women's Tournament. Petrex' 2834, in fact, is the best score so far in either the B or A division in the team event being conducted this week at the Ottawa Bowl. VFW Auxiliary's 2816, rolled Tuesday night, is still high in the A division. But Moore's Chevrolet took over second place in that division last night with 2806. Nancy rolled lines of 192-215145. While her series is the best so far in the tournament, she shared honors with Flo Gilborn whose 224 line, rolled last night for Wright's Studio, is the highest of the tournament The 224, following lines of 137 and 187, gave Flo a 548, scratch series. Ruth Carlson rolled a handsome 530, with 170-169-191, for Peoples National Bank. Glenna Lu Whitacre rolled 485 for Moore's. Here are the top nine teams in the A division, and their scores: VFW Auxiliary, 2816; Moore, LATE SHIFT LEADERS — These women were top scorers for their teams bowling late shift last night in tournament at Ottawa Bowl (from left): Flo Gilborn who rolled 548 with 224 line for Wright's Studio; Cecil Honn, Artie Wolgast and Vada Dengel. 2806; Todd Insurance, 2803; KOFO, 3765; Wright's Studio, 3711; Arnold's Jewelry, 2704; Towner's (Royal T), 1701; Meadow Gold, 2691; Lee's Cafe, 2675. B division rankings, and scores arc Petrex, 2834; Kansas State Bank, 2676; Romstedt Grocery, 2651; Nitcher Floor Service, 2627; Eagles Auxiliary. 2608; Shinn & Haley, 2596; Seller Studio, 2584; Betty B's, Baldwin, 2578. The tournament continues with six teams in action tonight and 10 tomorrow night. To roll at 6:30 tonight are Bienie's Garage, A; Towner's (Ottawa Bowl), B; Bond's Cleaners, B; Mann-Bell Drugs, A; Budge's Hardware, A, and Beauryland, B. Rolling at 6:30 tomorrow night will be Fairmont Dairy, B; Parmelee, B; Helen & Bill's Cafe, A; Royal T Lanes, A; Pence's Food Center, A, and .Kramer's Drug, B. In action at 0 tomorrow night will be Ottawa Bowl (Royal T), B; Wills Cafe, B; McFadden's Painting, B; Gambles, B, and Saturday Night Mixers, A. Singles and doubles will be bowled Sunday, beginning at noon, at the Royal T Lanes. Wittenberg Still No. 1 In AP Poll By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wittenberg University, hopeful of regaining the national small college basketball championship in the National Collegiate Athletic Association post-season tournament, is the No. 1 team in The Associated Press small college poll for the third straight week. The Tigers, with an 18-1 record, are on a 12-game winning streak. They are favored to win the Ohio Athletic Conference championship tourney and thus gain an automatic berth in the NCAA event next month. Their only defeat came in triple overtime at the hands of Eastern Kentucky, a major school. Wittenberg collected 70 points in the weekly voting by the AP panel of eight sports writers and broadcasters, a margin of eight over the runner-up, Southeast Missouri, which has won 19 of 21 games. The small college top ten with first place votes in parentheses and points based on a 10-9-8-76-5-4-3-2-1 basis: W L Pts. 1. Wittenberg (6) 18 1 70 2. Southeast Missouri 19 2 62 3. Grambling 21 2 59 4. Evansville (1) 18 3 51 5. Weber, Utah . 19 2 31 6. Augsburg 19 0 29 7. Akron 19 2 27 8. South Dakota St. 15 4 18 9. Tennessee State 22 4 15 (Tie) Indiana State 15 4 15 Name Cubs' Head Coach PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) - Bob Kennedy, 17-season veteran of the major leagues, was named head coach of the Chicago Cubs' 12-man coaching staff Wednesday. The appointment was announced by Col. Robert Whitlow, the Cubs' new athletic director. The Chicago-born Kennedy's first managerial assignment came last year when he guided Salt Lake City to second place in the Pacific Coast League. Your Want Ad is read by over 25,000 people. No Spectators For Basketball PARIS (AP)-Officials of the French Basketball Federation have found a foolproof method of controlling spectators at basketball games. They eliminated 'em. When Charleville beat Bagnolet 74-73 recently, the players, and officials were booed and threatened by an unruly crowd. As a result, the federation ordered Charleville, the home team, to play its next four games in private. Well Wishes For Ailing Rizzuto ELIZABETH, N.J. (AP) - Well wishes and light advice are snowballing for hospitalized Phil Rizzuto, whose right hand is bandaged as big as a boxing glove after his encounter with the wrong end of a snow-blowing machine. The former New York Yankee baseball star had his hand mangled when he tried to clear the clogged machine he was using on his front walk. But Rizzuto cheerfully tells his visitors at St. Elizabeth Hospital: "It's better to make a joke out of it. Every time I think of it I want to jump 6 feet in the air." " The 45-year-old former shortstop, who now shares broadcasting duties for the Yankees, said he was using the machine for about the third time, clearing his waJk Tuesday night, when the wet snow and slush clogged it. "Like a meathead, I struck my hand in to clear out the snow. "I didn't think the blades went that far back." The blades of the running machine broke the bones in eight places, and crushed two of his fingers. He won't have normal use of the hand for about a year. 3-Way Tie For First InCIC By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Emporia State turned the CIC basketball campaign into a three- way deadlock by beating league- leading Pittsburg State 71-58 Wednesday night in a wild scramble at Pittsburg. This left Emporia, Pittsburg and Fort Hays State tied for first with 5-3 records and two games to play. Washburn and Omaha are a game back at 4-4, so it's mathematically possible that five of the six teams in the conference could be tied for first when the smoke clears away from Saturday night's action. Fort Hays State would seem to hold the upper hand at the moment because it entertains last place St. Benedicts, which has only one victory in eight conference games. Omaha is at Emporia and Washburn at Pittsburg. Pittsburg's Gorillas seemed to have Emporia State on the skids until the Hornets scored 14 straight points in a 6%-minute rampage in the second half, climaxed by a big Pittsburg' beef on a foul call. Pro Basketball Wednesday's Results Boston 117, Detroit 113 Syracuse 128, Cincinnati 109 Today's Games New York at Cincinnati Syracuse at Chicago Boston at San Francisco Friday's Games San Francisco at New York Syracuse at Detroit Boston at Los Angeles Chicago at St. Louis REGISTER NOW! for $169.95 Motorola Console STEREO Given Thurs., Feb. 28 No obligation — Register Now! 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Richard Mabion, Argentine's top scorer and re- bounder, didn't play in the Pern Day bout due to an injury suffered during the Rosedale loss the week before. Against Sumner, Mabion was ineffective but is expected to be in condition for the clash tomorrow night. Coach Larry Bale's quintet has played one game over the 500 mark with an 8-7 win-loss record and a 6-2 EKL mark. The Argentine crew holds a solid second place berth going into the final two weeks of the season. Jim Doyle and Drue Jennings give the Mustangs punch with 10-0 averages behind Mabion's 13-0 average. Towering Larry Bray, a 6-5 sophomore, has improved the starting combination with his height and rebounding and Larry Moore, an 8.6 hitter, sharpens the first string with a steady hand. Ottawa still boasts the most potent scoring trio in the EKL with Harry Morton, Roy Dunn and Ronnie Mendell. Morton is the top scorer in the league with a 16.5 average and is taking down 14 rebounds per contest to lead the team in both departments. Dunn is hitting at a 13.6 clip while Mendell holds a 13.1 average. Mendell, leading sophomore and a regular, is approaching the sophomore scoring mark set by Bob Lewis at 185 points. Mendell has 184 points and has two ball games to break the record. Lewis, top scoring ace in Ottawa High history, tallied 1,050 points in three years to better all existing records. Now, Mendell has a shot at the opening season mark and will probably surpass it during the Argentine game tomorrow night * * * Cyclone Coach H. K. Steven* deems the Argentine tilt as ". .. the most important contest of the season." Although the Reds roost on the top rung, the Mustangs could tie the league in knots with a victory. Ottawa still has one league game with Rosedale while the Mustangs lock horns with Olathe to wind up the EKL season. * * * Change In Scoring But Morton Leads Ottawa's Harry Morton still maintains his hold on first place in Eastern Kansas League scoring with a 16.5 game average. The second-place race tightened as Turner's Don Pankey took over the No. 2 slot with a 15.5 average to edge out Wayne McDonald, Bonner Spring's ace scorer, who slipped to a 15.0. Clayton McGee moved back into the top four with a 14.3 total Compliments On Tee Shot TOKYO (AP) - Care to be complimented by a lion or an elephant when you hit a good golf shot? Then a driving range at Kyoto in central Japan is the place. Instead of the standard bullseye target, figures of lions and elephant are placed at strategic spots downrange. Hit one of them and you trigger a tape recorder that shouts, "Nice shot" Miss and suffer in silence. WATER HAULING GORDON PAUL CH 2-5425 24 Hour Service while Phil LaHue took command of Roy Dunn's fifth slot with a 13.7. EASTERN KANSAS H. Morton-OU D. Pankey—Tur. .. W. McDonald—Bon. C. McGee—Bon .. P. LaHue—Rose. .. R. Dunn—OH R. Mabion—Arg. .. R. Mendell—Ott. .. D. Jennings—Arg. . J. Doyle—Arg. ... C. Cartwright—Ola. SCORING RACE fgs fts pts gms ave . 110 61 281 IT 16.S . 82 S3 917 14 15.8 .. 89 82 340 16 16.J . M 43 330 16 14.7 .. 84 52 330 16 13.7 . 87 58 332 17 13.6 . 77 37 1»1 15 13.7 . 70 44 184 14 13.1 .. 55 4t 160 16 10.0 . 63 35 161 16 10.0 .. 56 3« 141 15 1.4 East Kansas League Standings Over AD EKL Ottawa ....134 7-1 Argentine 8-8 6-2 Rosedale ......7-94-4 Turner .... 6-8 3-5 Olathe 6-9 3-5 Bonner Springs 7-91-7 Games last week: Turner 56, Ottawa 45; Rosedale 52, Argentine 51; Bonner Springs 56, Ola* the 32; Pern Day 70, Argentine 50. Tuesday Results: Sumner 61, Argentine 50; Bishop Miege 55, Rosedale 45; Bonner Springs 61, Paola 40. 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