The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 22, 1963 · Page 2
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m^ v .3^ V', 5 ', If 1, , n Lane Upsets Pomona; Title To Williams YOU CANT DO THAT - Pomona's Mike Lindsey (No. 43) makes valiant effort to halt shot by Lane's Lyle Brown, but folds him in the effort, in last night's game, won by Lane, 58-56. Other players are Lane's Jim Wylie (20) and Pomona's Roger Shoemaker (5), Jim Goracke (extreme left), Richard Altic (31) and Bernie Nelson (on other side of basket). (Herald Photo) Orioles Beat Cubs And Crown Queen PRINCETON — Francis Wiederholt lead the Princeton Orioles to a 54-33 homecoming victory over the Richmond Cubs with 13 points at Princeton last night in the last game of season before tournament time. Jean Thuro, daughter of Mrs. Hala Thuro, Princeton, and David Rukes, son of Mr and Mrs. Ray Lloyd, Richmond, were crowned king and queen of the homecoming in ceremonies after the game. David attends Princeton High. The Orioles and Cubs started a close game in the first quarter, ending with an 11-11 score, but Richmond started to lag in the second quarter, scoring six points to Princeton's nine. The Orioles broke out with a strong team effort in the second half with 17 points in each quar- er. The Princeton team scored 34 points in the last half to the Cubs' 18. Wiederholt was Princeton Coach Jim Pollom's high scorer with six field goals and one free throw and David Rukes was second high with 12 points. Delbert Roeckers was Richmond Coach Phil Rose's top scorer with 12 points. The Orioles ended the season last night with a record of six wins and 13 losses. Richmond wound up with a 2-win, 14-loss tecord. In last night's B team action the Orioles won, 53-37. Princeton will meet Gardner at 6 Tuesday evening. Feb. 26, in the district tourney at Louisburg. Richmond will play Westphalia at 9:30 Tuesday night at Richmond. Princeton will be playing in a Class B tournament, and the Richmond Cubs will be in a Class BB tourney. PRINCETON - 54: Wiederholt, 612; Rukes, 444; Moore, 41 2; Sutton, 305; McCurdy, 3 0 4; Ralston, 1 1 1; Cowdin, 013; Cannady, 002; Hull, 0 0 1; Ecord, 001. Totals, 21 12 25. RICHMOND - 33: Roeckers, 4 4 4; Pedrow, 344; Maley, 2 2 5; Sobba, 205; Cox, 0 1 2; Schwegman, 0 0 1; Gracey, 0 0 1. Totals, 11 11 22. Score by quarters: Princeton 119 17 17 Richmond .. .. . .11 6 6 10 Sugar Ray Will Fight In Europe NEW YORK (AP)-Sugar Ray Robinson, former world welterweight and middleweight cham pion, has signed for a series ol boxing bouts in Rome, London and South America. Boxing agent Dewey Fragetta announced Thursday that Robinson, now 42, will fight Terry Downes in London April 30. Downes outpointed Sugar Ray in 10 rounds last September. Other bouts have been set for March, May and June. CORRECTION CLOSE P.M. Tonight instead of 9:00 P.M. ated in yesterday's Ottawa Herald Bowling Team Short But Score Was Long A Pepsi-Cola trio, bowling two men short, poured on the coal last night to roll a 2,671 team series in a 4-point sweep over Colbern's in the men's AMF League at the Royal T. B. Pogue with a 222 line and D. Burgoon with a 575 series, sparked the Pepsi attack. Pogue had 542, and Cecil Wolgast, 528. Adding to the series were identical 513 averages. L. Wightman scored the night's second high series, 562, for Conrad's Painters, 3-1 winners over Li twin's. Briscoe Drugs was absent last night but still holds the AMF lead with 19Ms-8%. Conrad's is seconc with 19-13. Here are team results and high individual scores: Dutch Boy Filnti—4 High 10-30 — J. Hiatt, 186-50* relerion'i RUtonry—0 High 10-30 — Peterson, 189-503 Pepil-Cola—4 High 10 — B. Pogue, 222 High 30 — D. Burgoon, 575 Colbern'*—0 High 10 — Seller, 184 High 30 — McCleary, 480 Cheney's Market*—3 High 10-30 — George, 199-511 Brown's Hardware—1 High 10-30 — E. Frltts, 191-810 Conrud'i Painters—8 High 10 — D. Heckman, 201 High 30 — L. Wlchman. 562 Litwln'i—1 High 10 — D. Mudrlck, Honn, 189 High 30 — B. Melton, 476 Pro Basketball Thursday's Results Cincinnati 115, New York 96 Chicago 108, Syracuse 91 Boston 135, San Francisco US Today's Games San Francisco at New York Syracuse at Detroit Boston at Los Angeles Chicago at St. Louis Saturday's Games Detroit at Cincinnati San Francisco at Chicago Sunday's Games New York at Syracuse Boston at Los Angeles Cincinnati vs. Detroit at Balti more San Francisco at St. Louis It Was 58-56, Lions By GENE RAMSEY LANE — The Lane Lions knocked the Pomona Indians out of a share of the Franklin County jeague basketball title last night with a hard-fought 58-56 upset. A shot from the corner by Mike Cuder, with the score tied 5656, and 3 seconds showing on the clock, climaxed a rugged night of play. Pomona called time and got a desperation shot that went wide as the buzzer sounded. Hie defeat of Pomona handed the county league title to Williamsburg which had completed its league schedule with a 7-1 mark. Pomona has a 62 league count for second, and Lane is third with 5-3 The clutch shot by Kuder was lis 23rd point of the night as he laced the Lion attack: Jim Wy- ie contributed 14 points and a fine all-round game before fouling out with 5:43 yet to play. Lyle Brown and Dennis Baxter tiad 7 and were tough on the boards for the Lions. The Indians had balanced scoring with all 5 starters hitting 10 points or more. Bernie Nelson, Mike Lindsey and Richard Altic each scored 12. Jim Goracke was a tough rebounder all evening, and he and Roger Shoemaker hit 10. The game was close all the way and started out as if to be a high • scoring affair. Pomona, hot from the outside, jumped to a 20-19 first-quarter lead. Goracke hit 8 of his 10 points in this period. Lane continued its terrific pace in the second quarter but the Indians trailed off and found themselves trailing, 37-29, at halftime Lane went ahead to stay with 4:35 remaining 28-26, and outscored the Indians 9-3 in the last 4 minutes of the first half. Pomona came back strong at the start of the second half and just trailed by 4 at the start of the final quarter. Goracke tied it up at 52-52 with 5:30 remaining and the teams were tied at 54 and at 56, all before Kuder's decisive basket. The win gives Lane a 10-8, regular season record. The loss was a heartbreaker for Pomona which closed its regular season with a fine 13-win, 5- loss record. The Indians were Franklin County Tourney champs, but the defeat drops them to second in the league race with a 62 mark. Lane will have its opening district tourney action Tuesday night at Richmond against Welda in the class BB elimination. Pomona will move on to the Class B district at Lebo Tuesday night, taking on a tough Olpe team. The luck of the Lebo pairings put Williamsburg and Pomona in the same bracket and if each should win opening night they will play each other the following evening. Williamsburg plays Lyndon Tuesday Pomona salvaged some satisfaction last night by trouncing the Lions' B team 63-34. Here's last night's varsity scoring: LANE - 58: Kuder 1032; Brown 310; Baxter 3 1 2; Stevens, 112; Wylie, 545; Stiffer, 024; Turley, 021. Totals, 22 14 16. POMONA - 56: Goracke, 42 4; Shoemaker, 4 2 4; Nelson, 5 2 3; Lindsey, 522; Altic, 443. Totals, 21 13 16. Score by quarters: Lane 19 18 156—58 Pomona 20 9198—56 REGISTER NOW! for $160.95 Motorola Console STEREO Given Thurs., Feb. 28 No obligation — Register Now! COUNTY LEAGUE CHAMPS - Here are Wflliamsburg High's Panthers, 1963 Franklin County League champions. Panthers, with completed 7-1 league mark, were idle last night, but Lane's upset of Pomona gave title to Williamsburg with Pomona finishing second and Lane third. Front row, from left: Troyn Bischoff, Fred Buckley, Larry Mflliken, Eddie Ransom, Roger Cromwell and Carol Mallory. Back row, from left: James Sowers, Joe Binns, Clifford Goodwill. Gary Stansbury, Ted Buckley, Phil Piersol and Coach Lo usiCoppoc H(erald Photo) Iba's Iron Men To Face Colorado By JIM VAN VALKENBURG Associated Press Sports Writer Oklahoma State's five iron men challenge Colorado's 22 • game home court winning streak while Iowa State plays at Kansas State Saturday night in a hot four-team Big Eight basketball race. Any one of three teams could be alone at the top after these two big games. Only Colorado's defending champs, in fourth place but only one-half game from first, are barred from taking the lead. The best the Buffs can do is second place. Five men have carried almost all the scoring load for Coach Henry (Iron Duke) Iba at Oklahoma State. In nine conference games, they have scored all but 21 of their team's 526 points. "We've got to score more points to take the pressure off the defense for these last five games," Iba said. "We hope Don Linsenmeyer, Max Shuck and Paul Labrue can give us a lift." The iron five of the Cowboys line up this way — Larry Hawk 18.4, James Cooper 10.7, James King 10.4, Ivan Wiley 10.2 and Gene Johnson 8.1. Johnson missed two games with illness but the other four took up the slack. Linsenmeyer was out nine games with an injury. Oklahoma State's 7-2 Big Eight record matches K-State's. Iowa State is next with 8-3, then Colorado at 7-3. The odds are against Iba's Cowboys at Colorado, but should they get by the Buffs, they would have the best closing schedule and an inside track to Iba's first Big Eight crown. Their only road games would be against Nebraska and Oklahoma, both second division teams. 7 THE OTTAWA HERALD * Friday, February 22, 1963 Vi«w-M«§ur Viewer $1.75 View-Mattel 3-Reel Packets $1.25 The educational and entertain* ing gift for children and adults alike. Choose from an extensive selection of full-color View-Matter stereo pictures. OK PHOTO SERVICE 314 S. Main CH 2-1541 Craft Wants Better Bunts APACHE JUNCTION, Ariz. (AP)—Manager Harry Craft of the Houston Colts is putting a lot of emphasis on bunting during the spring training sessions. "Conservatively, I believe we could have won five more games last season if we had been able to bunt better," Craft explained in his campaign to improve the Colts' ability to sacrifice the base runner along. Truck Recapping Get your truck tires in shape now for Spring Work! ^^^^PB^^b^ GILLILAND'S Recapping - Vulcanizing Rt 4, Ottawa Ph Centropolis 0 Player Partying Hit By Tebbetts By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer Cleveland Manager Birdie Teb- jetts announced his itinerary for the baseball season includes hopping into a few night clubs. Early iVynn strolled into the Chicago White Sox camp. Ken Retzer walked out of Washington's. Tebbetts, new chief in the In- Russell A Real Knockout By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Bill Russell's always a knockout in San Francisco, and so are the Boston Celtics, who relentlessly are moving toward, their seventh straight Eastern Division title in the National Basketball Association. Russell, the 6-foot-10 All-America center of the University of San Francisco's marvelous Dons in the mid-50s, went back to his old hometown Thursday night. This time he was a knockout, both literally and figuratively. The man with the goatee scored 25 points and grabbed 33 rebounds. He also spent 4 minutes unconscious on the floor after being toppled over on his head after a collision with the San Francisco Warriors' Willie Naulls in the fourth period of Boston's 135-118 victory. Russell finally was revived and was able to stay in the game. The game was one of three in the NBA Thursday night. The Chicago Zephyrs ended a losing string at eight games, beating the Syracuse Nats 108-91, while Cincinnati turned back New York 115-96. dians' teepee, put his foot down right at the start, warning he didn't want any players bellyaching about fatigue caused by night ;ames on cross-country travel. Revealing his playing day hab- ts, Tebbetts had this to say: "I was 17 years in the big eagues as a player and I never took a drink. But I went with the gang to the night spots. I know he hours they kept. If they were atigued, it was their own fault Usually it's the player who com- )lains about flying all night who ceeps the latest hours when he tas a chance to rest." Tebbetts, disdaining the use of led checks, said "I'll be popping up here and there in various spots. I'd better not find any of my slayers." Wynn is hoping to find that ela sive victory, No. 300. At 43, he has no contract with the White Sox after a 1962 campaign in which ic posted a 7-15 record and finished out the season with a lifetime record of 299-243. "This is no gag," assured Wynn. 'I wouldn't want to go through this training grind if I didn't think I could make it." Manager Al Lopez adopted a wait-and-see attitude "He'll have to prove himself," he said simply Retzer took his walk out of sal ary discussions with the Senators' general manager, George Selkirk He said he'll check out of his motel unless there's a change by Saturday. BATTERY WEAK? Install A NEW AUTO-LITi 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 WATER HAULING GORDON PAUL CH 2-5425 24 Hour Service Sporting 42.9 Game Average NEW YORK (AP)-Earl Glass of Mississippi Industrial College went on a scoring rampage in the last four games of the regular season schedule and remained the individual scoring leader in small college basketball ranks. The 6-foot senior boasts a 42.1 [wints-per-game average, according to figures released by the NCAA Service Bureau today. Records include games through Feb. 16. Glass, a backcourt performer, topped the scorers for the fifth straight week. He pulled away from the pack by collecting 54, 54, 44 and 54 points in Ms last four outings. Bob Johnson of Fitchburg, Mass. State finished his schedule with a 38.8 average, placing him in th« runner-up spot. Willie Shaw of Lane, Tenn., is third at 36.3. McPherson Is Sixth SALIINA, Kan. (AP)-McPherson climbed into sixh place in the Kansas Conference basketball standings Thursday night with a 73-61 victory over Kansas Wesleyan. McPherson has a 10-8 league record and Wesleyan is in last place at 1-16. Trailing 40-31 at halftime, Wesleyan trimmed the difference to 47-44 in the next seven minutes, but McPherson stopped the rally with .eight straight points. For McPherson, John Tegler got 21 points and Deryl Elmore 20, while Paul Peters led Wesleyan with 19. For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobile* See Dean Berlin. Agent 109 E. Second Phone CH 2-2804 By Starrett ffft mm Micrometers AG- ES Aligning Rods Grinding Crankshafts Engine Block Reboring mm Sform - Vulcan and Sunnen Equipment See Al for any machine work or equipment Hughes Auto Ports 424 S. Main CH 2-3224

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