The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 25, 1963 · Page 2
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....... TOP SCORER - Betty Pogoe was • hippy girt last night after winning Class A singles with highest scratch game and series bowled in tournament - 234 and 57*. With handicap, Betty's series was 679. DOUBLES CHAMPS — Eileen Bowman (left) and Alice Nutt won Class B singles title with 1251. Alice's 1265 also was good for ninth place in Class B scratch all events. WHIZZES AT SINGLES — Barbara Adams (left) won Class B singles with 649 and placed second in Gass B scratch all events with 1383. Wilma Sowers (right) scored 633 to place second in Class A singles. CLASS B STAR: - Marilyn Miller (left) won scratch Class B all events with 1413 and combined with Elmira McDanielt (right) to place second in Class A doubles with 1208. Pogue, Wolgast, Hills Top Class A Bowlers Adams, Bowman, Nutt B Winners They saved the best until the last in the Gass A doubles and all events of the Ottawa Worn en's Bowling Association Tournament, staged yesterday at the Royal T Lanes. Sue Wolgast, rolling on the last shift last night, captured both the Class A scratch and handi- qap all events titles with a 1856 and 1848. And she combined with fclaine Hills for the Class A dou- Bles title with 1230. i The Class A singles trophy font to Betty Pogue with a Scratch series of 579, and 679 with Handicap. I Marilyn Miller won the Class $ all events with 1413, and she «nd Elmira McDaniels, Wells- iille, placed second in the Class 4 doubles with 1208. 1 The Class B doubles title went fb Alice Nutt and Eileen Bowman with 1251. Barbara Adams *on the Class B singles with 649. SMrs. Wolgast added scratch doubles series of 566 and singles qf 546 to her 544 team effort to 4in the all events titles. •She opened the singles series ftth 172 and added a 221 second line, appearing to be on the way tp winning the singles, too. Bui three splits and no strikes held Sue to an 153 closing line. Sue •veraged 184 per line in her 9 tournament lines. I Mrs. Pogue won the Class A •ingles with the top scratch line Md series of the tournament, 334 and 579., Betty opened with p rather poor 146 but added an 199 second line. Then she rolled the 234 with five strikes in •Runners-up in the Class A sfcratch all' events were Ruth Carlson with 1540 for second and Nancy Lollar with 1524 for third. I The Gass B scratch all events runners-up were Barbara Adams with 1383 and Myra Smay with 1814. Wilma Sowers placed sec opd in the Class A singles with 633, followed closely by Maxine Ainsworth with 629. •Dolores Smith and Jean Isham placed second in the Gass B doubles with 1218, followed by Peg Toumberlin and Marilyn McMillen with 1203 and third. Here are the rankings and scores in «ech event: r i 'All Events, Gass A scratch— ftie Wolgast, 1656; Ruth Carlson, 1540; Nancy Lollar, 1524; Flo Gil- bprn, 1505; Ruth Mock, 1493; Maxine Ainsworth, 1457; Leona Jones, 1407; Glenn Lu Whitacre, 1999; Lovina Campbell, 1373; Elfen Hickman, 1366. ;A11 Events Class A handicap- Sue Wolgast, 1848. ! Singles Class A — Betty Po- gjie, 679; Wilma Sowers, 633; Max- irie Ainsworth, 629; Vifginia Hoff- nian, 615; Helen Carey, 612; Sue Wolgast, 610; Nancy Lollar, 595; Helen Conrad, 590; Leona Jones, 599; H. Liegerot, 586; Lovina Campbell, 585; Dolores McFadden, 583; M. Brandon, 581; J. Speer, 577; Flo Gilborn, 576. ;DouMes Class A — Elaine Hills and Sue Wolgast, 1230; Elmira McDaniels and Marilyn Miller, Jf&8; Wilma Sowers and Leona Wise, 1187; Leona Jones and El- hjn Hickman, 1166; Maxine Moore and Ruth Mock, 1159; Arlene DeCaeny and B. Leach, 1156; J. Sjathoff and Ruth Carlson, 1148; Mabel Gilliland and Virginia Hoffman, 1144. • V •AH events CJajw B scratch — Marilyn Miller. 1413; Barbara Adams, 1383; Myra Smay, 1314; M. L. Hopkins, 1307; I. Honn 1296; B. Spatz, 1294; I. Droddy 1286; J. Isham, 1283; A. Nutt 1265; M. Hull, 1255. Singles Class B — Barbara Adams, 649; Myra Smay, 627; Betty Flory, 616; I. Horn, 607; E. Keller, 604; M. Ishaug, 599; M. L. Hopkins, 594; B. Spatz 570; M. Barber, 565; I. Droddy and D. Lefler, 562; E. Milton M. Cady, P. Toumberlin and S. Ferguson, 559. Doubles Class B — Alice Nutt and Eileen Bowman, 1251; Delores Smith and Jean Isham, 1218; Peg Toumberlin and Marilyn McMillen, 1203; L. Finch and P. White and L- Bennett and L. Campbell, 1119; P. Jackson and B. Adams and A. Smith and D. Lefler, 1111. College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS EAST NYU 76, St. Francis (N.Y.) 62 Penn 82, Dartmouth 63 Princeton 74, Harvard 60 Yale 61, Cornell 60 (ot) Columbia. 76, Brown 63 Fordham 57, St. John's (N.Y.) 42 Pitt 83, Penn State 67 Villanova 73, Xavier (Ohio) 59 Navy 55, Army 48 Providence 82, Seton Hall 62 Canisius 82, Boston College 61 St. Joseph's (Pa.) 66, La Salle 49 Holy Cross 72, Boston U. 67 Rhode Island 97, Georgetown (D.C.) 84 Connecticut 88, Rutgers 63 Mass. 93, New Hampshire 67 Albright 71, Delaware 70 Bowdoin 70, Maine 54 SOUTH Duke 106, North Carolina 93 Mississippi State 99, LSU 64 Georgia Tech 66, Georgia 58—ot Kentucky 78, Auburn 59 Louisville 61, Dayton 55—ot Miami (Fla.) 99, Florida St. 70 W. Virginia 104, George Washington 86 Wake Forest 81, S. Carolina 74 Tulane 95, Mississippi 93 North Carolina St. 88, VMI 72 Vanderbilt 78, Florida 74 Maryland 69, Gemson 67 Tennessee 73, Alabama 60 Grambling 133, S. Louisiana 91 MIDWEST Cincinnati 55, Tulsa 54 Ohio State 83, Iowa 70 Bradley 64, Wichita 63 Illinois 89, Wisconsin 77 Michigan 71, Purdue 53 Indiana 113, Michigan State 94 Northwestern 71, Minnesota 66 Bowling Green 82, W. Mich. 75 Butler 79, Evansville 74 St. Louis 78, Drake 53 Notre Dame 83, Detroit 79 Kansas State 62, Iowa State 50 Kansas 45, Nebraska 39 Oklahoma 68, Missouri 67 DePaul 84, Christian Bros. 55 SOUTHWEST Chicago Loyola 62, Houston 58 Arizona St. 76, New Mexico 62 Texas 92, SMU 76 Arizona 84, Wyoming 63 Texas Tech 74, Rice 73 Texas A&M 87, TCU 54 Arkansas 67, Baylor 61 FAR WEST Colorado 49, Oklahoma State 40 Utah State 69, Creighton 68 Utah 106, Brighan Young 100—ot Southern Cal 67, Oregon State 58 UCLA 64, California 57 Oregon 84, Washington State 72 Idaho 63, Washington 56 Colorado State 85, Air Force 51 Montana M, Weber 7ft , ij'ijiij' i' ' til i ' i !j » - i' j« if! V |i i'! "Tjljt t\fi»' QUITE A BOWLING PAIR - Sue Wolgast (left) and Elaine Hills combined their bowling talents last night to win Class A doubles of Ottawa Women's Bowling Association Tournament with 1230 score. Sue also captured Class A scratch and handicap all events with 1656 and 1818 (Herald Photos) Plenty Basketball Tomorrow Night Franklin County and area high schools will face the first round of district tournament competi- iton tomorrow night in various towns in Franklin and adjoining counties. In the Class BB tourney at Richmond tomorrow night, Welda will meet Lane at 6:30, Greeley will meet Quenemo at 8, and Westphalia and Richmond will play at 9:30. Lebo and Waverly will start the Class B tournament at Lebo at 6:30 tomorrow evening and will be followed by Williamsburg and Lyndon at 7:45. Pomona and Olpe play at 9. In another Class B tourney at Louisburg, Gardner and Princeton will start off the night's play at 6, followed by Louisburg and Wellsville at 7:30 and Stanley and LaCygne at 9. Piper and the Kansas School for the Deaf will start the Class B tournament at Eudora at 6 followed by a game between Baldwin and Basehor at 7:30 and another game at 9 between Lansing and Linwood. The top-seeded teams in the tournaments are Melvern at Richmond, Osage City at Lebo and Spring Hill at Louisburg. Melvern is the Osage County League OTTAWA BOWL 41Sy a N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 GBAND CHAMPION Edmlitont—1 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. N. Brown 172 132 178 482 B. Miller .. ....... 136 164 143 443 K. Jones 177 221 153 551 M. Birclchead 18J 176 163 519 W. Fllnsbaugh . .. 167 183 146 496 Hurry Smith Anto Supply—3 N. White 141 159 138 458 D. MCIntlre 134 187 160 481 C. Poster 132 125 98 355 B. Bond 191 175 139 505 F. Simmons 200 158 146 504 CLASSIC EdmMoni—I 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. K. Jones 168 173 172 513 D. Griffin 125 141 153 419 C. Worl 174 149 193 510 B. Miller 135 161 157 453 A. Gilbert 168 178 172 519 Ottawa Insulation—0 C. Foster 132 107 136 374 H. Baldwin 170 181 177 528 A. Mietcben 170 160 207 537 W. Jones 127 150 146 423 Ottawa Bawl—1 K. Cordle 153 155 181 489 D. Cordle 155 125 138 418 L. Cordle 154 162 201 517 C. Cordle 168 130 150 448 •T. Dora an 163 174 162 499 Pence Grocery—3 B. Jones 163 191 133 487 J. Taylor 184 199 150 533 C. Rea 135 126 129 390 O. Fllnsbaugh .. .. 161 147 170 478 W. Fllnsbaugh .. .. 199 179 146 524 Kitty Clover—0 L. Thomas 137 129 157 423 Alters 128 166 100 454 B. Hollon 172 J59 180 611 K. Hollon 135 ITU 127 432 Tucker 10« 131 H2 379 "opsl-t'«l»—I N. Brown 118 173 161 452 R. Johnson 193 171 234 698 B. Hull 194 173 179 546 J. Snider 196 213 167 675 R. Kamp. 182 170 146 498 SATURDAY NIGHT OWLS Loit Frar—S 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. M. Kamp 133 134 116 383 A. Madl 79 91 89 259 J. Madl 84 109 96 289 Kamp 194 333 227 65{ The Plats —1 H. Liegerot 12S 140 140 405 K. Liegerot 191 190 146 527 C. Dengel 163 115 140 418 W. Dengel 176 136 126 438 Unpredictable^—I D. Harsh 158 158 158 474 I. Harsh 91 115 126 323 E. McDaniels 132 144 128 404 C. McDaniels 166 175 305 536 Boiling Fins—0 E. Young 83 73 87 333 B. Young 120 164 166 460 J. Young 125 97 117 338 F. Young 89 74 94 357 The Hustlers—1 C. Kelm 163 172 163 498 E. Keim 104 122 127 353 V. Ferguson 179 120 132 431 E. Ferguson 104 135 135 374 The Bell Ringer*—3 D. Skllling 155 155 140 450 V. Dudd 126 136 135 397 J. Sauer 133 142 135 410 8ATUK1MY NITE FUN LEAGUE Luck.r Four—3 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. E. Bowman 91 112 119 323 M. Gilliland 143 140 141 424 L. Gllllland 196 85 20V) 481 G. Bowman 159 181 155 495 Splits—I M. Robertson 133 133 111 377 C. Honn 143 114 130 387 H. Robertson ... 120 147 148 415 G. Honn 134 169 141 444 'IVrmites—I M. Brandon 122 153 134 409 M. Millor 131 178 139 448 B. Howell 108 148 136 393 M. Miller 113 128 131 372 The Buinj—3 M. Junes 108 125 123 368 V. Docld 184 140 138 462 M. Jones 155 150 136 441 C Dodd 189 165 142 486 Tea«en—i M. McMillen 143 129 140 413 F. McMillen 157 164 169 490 P. Toumberlin .. .. 132 120 125 377 D. Toumberlin .. .. 150 171 161 483 Kinr Finn—0 J. Brockway 103 124 122 349 D. Brockway 179 134 182 475 L. Cheney 100 88 89 377 D. Cheney 170 144 178 483 winner and Spring Hill is in second place in the Little Seven League. The Ottawa High School Cyclones are slated to play in a regional tournament at Shawnee Mission North High School, beginning Thursday, Mar. 7. Ottawa High's opposing team is not known yet, but results of the tournament drawing is expected to be announced soon by the Kansas State High School Activities Association, Topeka. Winners of tomorrow night's Franklin County and area games will play again on Wednesday night at Richmond and Thursday night at the other places. P.S. They Are Ralph Rolls Like Alleys Were His Ralph Kampschroeder tamed his alleys at the Ottawa Bowl Lanes Saturday night. The bowling lanes proprietor opened with an 104 and added lines of 233 and 222 for a 654 series. Ralph was rolling for the Lost 4 in the Saturday Nite Owl mixed league. K. Jones scored a 221 line and 551 series for Edmiston's in the Grand Champions League at the Ottawa Bowl last night, but it wasn't good enough, and Edmiston's fell, 3-1, to Harry Smith Auto Supply. Top performers in the Friday night Classic League at the Ottawa Bowl were R. Jackson with 598 series and 234 line and J Snider with 575 and 212, both for Pepsi Cola. Pepsi swept four points from Kitty Clover. $24,600 Trip For'Tiny'Liind DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP)Big Tiny Lund took the biggest ride of his life Sunday—a $24,600 trip around the Daytona International Speedway. Lund, driving a 1963 Ford to which he had been assigned only 10 days ago, won the fifth annual Daytona 500 late model stock car race in a late-charging dash that carried him to the biggest pay window of his life. He finished the long grind completely out of gas, going the last quarter mile on pure momentum. But he finished 24 seconds ahead of Fred Lorenzen of Charlotte, N.C., and 26 seconds ahead of Ned Jarrett of Conover, N.C. Southwestern Sews Up Title By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Southwestern has clinched the Kansas Conference basketball championship, the Central Intercollegiate conference has a 3-way tie for first place, and John Lance has announced his resignation after 41 years as Pittsburg State coach. Southwestern's title, w h i ch earned the Winfield club a spot in the state NAIA play-offs next week, came at an opportune time. The Builders have one game left and it is against runner-up Bethany tonight at Lindsborg. The title was decided in a 74-72 victory over Bethel Saturday night. Larry Miller and Bill Stephens picked up the winning points in the final two minutes. Had Bethel won, a 3-way tie would have been possible, hinged of course on Bethany beating Southwestern. As it is, the Builders are home free. Fort Hays, Pittsburg and Emporia State are deadlocked for the CIC lead with 6-3 records. All have one game left — Thursday night against the also-ran clubs. Pittsburg is at St. Benedict's, Fort Hays is host to Omaha and Emporia State will entertain Washburn. Thus, a 3-way tie is still possible after Thursday night games, and a plan will have to be made to determine the conference representative in the NAIA play-off. Emporia State, which downed For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobile* See Dean Berlin. Agent 109 E. Second Phone CH 2-2804 Pittsburg last Wednesday at Pittsburg, tore into Omaha 77-54 Saturday night. Hays had a comfortable 86-74 lead over St. Benedict's when Coach Cade Suran sent his reserves in. The losers closed with nine straight points and barely lost, 86-83. Pittsburg stayed in the race by blasting Washburn 102-62 for Lance's 601st victory at Pittsburg. The veteran coach announced his resignation during a luncheon of his former players Saturday. Tabor College, a strong independent, pushed its record to 17-4 with a 73-60 verdict over Central Methodist (Mo) last week. Kansas Conference Southw't'n Bethany Bethel Sterling C. of E. 1 Ottawa M'Pherson Baker K. Wesleyan Friends This week's 14 3 .823 12 5 .706 12 6 .667 11 7 .611 10 8 .556 10 8 .556 10 8 .556 7 U .389 1 16 .059 1 16 .059 scheduled: 1225 1105 1507 1379 12691243 12591232 13771245 12591171 1331 1281 12181292 10011267 11421281 Tonight—Southwestern at Bethany, Tabor at McPherson, Friend! at Kansas Wesleyan. Track Recapping Get your truck tirea in shape now for Spring Work! GILLILAND'S Recapping — Vulcanizing Rt. 4, Ottawa Ph. Centropolis 9 ALE WE PURCHASED 1,000 CARLOADS FOR THIS GREAT SALE - HELD NATIONWIDE Regular $229.95 No Trad* Needed Pay Only 2.00 ea. wk. Coronado 23" TV New 1963 Model smartly styled con- solette features hand wired circuits •• Aluminized picture tube, tinted safety glass -- Out front sound with speaker mounted below control panel - Wood grain cabinet - Includes I year guar- Walnut or Limed Oak $ 10 More antee on all parts and tubes. 55532 LET OUR BUYING POWER SAVE YOU MONEY

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