The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 26, 1963 · Page 2
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, February 26, 1963 Boivling H&B Pushes Hubbard For First Helen & Bill's cafe pulled within half a point of first-place Hubbard Lumber in the men's Brunswick League last night at the Ottawa Bowl. The cafe men posted a 2547 series, as Bill Wenthe hit 529, Jules Doty 515 and Dave Heckman 503, dropping IOOF No. 24, 3-1. At the same time, J. Tay lor led McCracken Electric to a 4-0 sweep over Hubbard with a 552 series. Standings show Hubbard first with 62 1 / 2 -37 1 /fc and Helen & Bill's second with 62-38. Their tournament over, the women resumed league action this week, with the Monday Nighl Ladies League rolling last night at the Ottawa Bowl. High for the session were Maxine Ainsworth with 474 and Vera Ferguson with 460, both for Lee's Cafe. The cafe team still did no better than split 2-2 with Ottawa Bowl. Lee's, however, way out front still is in first with 65-31, compared to 52-44 for Ottawa Bowl and Elks Ladies. Team results and individual scores appear elsewhere on this page. Bearcats First, But Duke's Close By TED MEIER Associated Press Sports Writer To put it in race track terminology the Cincinnati Bearcats have rounded into the stretch with a .good lead, but the Duke Blue Devils are closing fast. The Bearcats, two-time national champions, again top thie weekly Associated Press college basketball poll, but their lead has been cut to 18 points by the second- place Blue Devils. The poll, announced Monday and based on games through last Saturday, marked the 14th straight week the Bearcats have been No. 1. But this time they polled only 30 first-place votes from the AP panel of 42 sportswriters and broadcasters for a total of 396 points. Duke, which now has the longest; current major winning streak, 15, collected 10 firsts and 378 points over-all. Cincinnati had 402 and Duke 321 points the previous week. The Top Ten with first-place votes in parentheses and points figured on a 10-9-8 etc. basis: 1. Cincinnati (30) 396 2. Duke (10) 378 3. Loyola of Chicago (2) 307 4. Arizona State 5. Ohio State 6. Illinois 7. Mississippi State 8. Wichita 9. New York University 10; Georgia Tech 227 186 168 102 Cage Tourney At Greeley GREELEY — An invitational basketball tournament will be held at Greeley High School the week of March 10, Leslie Davis, coach, announced today. The tournament is open to all basketball teams, church, town teams and intramural teams. An entry fee of $15 will be charged, and trophies will be given to the top three teams. Davis asked that anyone interested contact him at Greeley High School. IN RETURN MATCH WITH KU - This Ottawa Bowl Lanes team will roll a return match with University of Kansas varsity bowlers at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 3, at Ottawa Bowl. Ottawans beat KU earlier at KU. Dave Rybolt, Ottawa student at KU, is member of Jayhawk team. Ottawans, from left, are Ralph Kampschroeder, Homer Kramer, Bob Hull, Newt Brown and Jim Snider. (Herald Photo) Cowboys Fall To Nebraska By JIM VAN VALKENBURG Associated Press Sports Writer Last-place Nebraska's amazing upset of Oklahoma State left Kansas State and Colorado in command of the Big Eight basketball race and made it certain the championship won't be decided until the final game, Colorado at K-State on March 9. Colorado moved up to 9-3, a shade behind K-State's leading 8-2 record, by knocking Iowa State out of contention 72-59 Monday night at Boulder. It was Colorado's 24th straight home-court victory. Nebraska shocked the Cowboys i9-48 at Lincoln on a goal by lharlie Jones with 40 seconds eft. The Cornhuskers had lost all .0 of their conference games—in act t hadn't come close untiTKan- sas rallied to beat them 45-39 at ancoln Saturday. Oklahoma State stands 7-4, with only an outside chance to share he championship with either K- State or Colorado, or both, K-State's perch is a precarious one because the Wildcats face a ough weekend road trip, playing Oklahoma State at Stillwater Saturday and Iowa State at Ames Monday. Iowa State is out of the title picture at 8-5 but entirely capable of upsetting the Wildcats. The Cyclones have lost only one league jame at home, to Oklahoma State. n fact, the top four teams have won 21 of 22 home court games n conference play. Before its weekend trip, K-State plays rival Kansas Wednesday night at Manhattan. Because of he rivalry, an upset is always possible. Colorado, apparently back in stride, has only one more game, with Nebraska at Boulder Monday before closing the season at K- itate. Iowa State hit almost 51 per cent of its field shots, but Colo- rado had a tremendous 51-23 margin in rebounds and made 28 of 39 free throws while the Cyclones missed 11 of 16. Vince Brewer and Marv Straw, Iowa State's top veterans, had 28 and 18 points, respectively, with Brewer making 13 of 17 field shots. Jim Davis, 6-8 Colorado pivot, pulled down 20 rebounds and scored 18 points while Milt Mueller had 17 points. Ken Charlton, despite two bad knees, hit 16 points but lost ground to K-State's Willie Murrell in the individual scoring race. Charlton has a 19.7 average, Murrell 19.0. Nebraska led the Cowboys 31-22 at halftime and stretched this to 40-29 before Henry Iba's club rallied for a 43-42 edge. Gene Johnson rebounded Larry Hawk's miss and converted it for a 48-47 Cowboy lead, but Jones got it right back and was fouled. He missed the foul shot but Lyle Nannen rebounded and the Corn- huskers stalled it out. Swedes 2nd After Beating Southwestern By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Bethany claimed second place and Kansas Wesleyan climbed from the Kansas Conference basketball cellar by winning games Monday night, closing the regular season. Bethany beat Southwestern, the champion, 72-55; Wesleyan defeated Friends 99-85, and McPherson took a nonconference decision over Tabor 72-66. Southwestern finished with a 14-4 league record, Bethany 13-5, while Bethel was third at 12-6 in the close race. Wesleyan had been tied for last place with Friends, but got out with a 2-16 mark leaving Friends at. 1-17. Southwestern will go into a best - of - three playoff with the champion for a berth in the NAIA tournament at Kansas City. College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SOUTH Mississippi St. 79, Tulane 67 Georgia Tech 89, Florida 69 Tennessee 55, Auburn 47 Kentucky 80, Alabama 63 Vanderbilt 82, Georgia 64 Louisiana St. 80, Mississippi 61 Florida St. 80, Tampa 58 MIDWEST Ohio State 50, Northwestern 45 Illinois 81, Minnesota 70 Nebraska 49, Oklahoma St. 48 Marquette 69, St. Louis 58 Bowling Green 114, Marshall 86 Wisconsin 102, Indiana 96 Michigan 78, Iowa 70 Colorado 72, Iowa State 59 Bethany 72, Southwestern 55 Kansas Wesleyan 99, Friends 85 McPherson 71. Tabor 66 SOUTHWEST Arizona St. U. 73, Creighton 70 Okla. City 98, W. Tex. St. 84 For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobuV ; See Dean Berlin, Agent 109 E. Second Phone CH 2-2804 L WATER HAULING GORDON PAUL CH 2-5425 24 Hour Service OTTAWA BOWL 418V 2 N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 MONDAY NIGHT LADIES Ottawa Savlngi * Loan—:! 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. D. Toumberlin .. .. 158 117 135 410 B. Spatz 133 128 138, 401 R. Mclntosh 114 131 IS 343 C. Honn 114 121 167 402 Niteher Floor Service—1 E. Whitecre 141 125 112 378 V. Dodd 134 150 107 381 D. Johnson »7 108 »7 302 M. Brandon 122 173 133 428 Elk*—0 : 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. E. Crandal) 82 107 120 308 H. Ogle 122 110 101 333 B. Brady 85 114 84 303 E. Strickland .. ... 144 113 142 388 M. Lewis . 135 163 154 452 Betty B'«—4 Birokhead .. .. .... 162 136 115 413 Cooper 110 82 103 285 Smith 132 111 123 366 Isham 140 173 138 452 White 130 108 148 387 Ottawa Bowl—3 A. Vredeen 161 138 130 418 B. Crawford 122 158 171 451 V. Bloomer 164 142 115 421 M. Kamp. 154 128 166 448 J. Speer Ill 148 US 375 Lee'i Cafe—8 M. Weidner 128 148 151 426 M. Smay .. 100 156 117 373 V. Freguson .... 145 146 168 460 S. Ferguson 155 112 140 407 M. Ataswortb 143 164 167 474 BRUNSWICK Mobile Home Service—:| I. McFadden 166 "l45 J. Swinehart 130 157 C. Foster in 171 C. MoFadden 112 180 G. MoFadden .. . . lag 185 Flril National Bank—1 N. Brown 200 158 R. Shisler 185 145 D. Brown 143 131 M. Allen 115 188 O. Domnanish .. .. 167 169 Hubbard Lumber—<> B. Jones 162 152 B- Carey 154 157 L. Cordle U6 145 R. Davis 180 155 R. Crane IBS 183 McCracken Electric—I J. Taylor 193 165 B. Spatz 177 164 F. Ferguson 178 172 R. Bettge 143 168 C. McDaniels 138 156 Helen ft Bill* Cafe—3 J. r>oty HO 205 H. Doman 176 148 B. Wentbe 167 164 D. Heckman 189 145 IOOF No. 24—1 O. Morrison 140 150 B. Lowrance 182 172 Breckenridge . . .. 140 212 L. Turner 112 115 3rd Ttl. 176 487 134 421 181 473 143 415 201 542 145 503 159 489 130 407 191 484 152 488 189 513 122 433 170 431 137 472 133 804 184 552 132 473 139 490 179 489 158 453 170 515 159 484 198 529 168 503 141 431 144 488 188 546 130 357 WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY ONLY WHITE ELEPHANT SALE Save !/3 - f /2 or More • MEN'S CONTINENTAL PANTS MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS MEN'S TOP COATS MEN'S JACKETS AND COATS MEN'S SWEATERS MEN'S VESTS MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS MEN'S PAJAMAS MEN'S CAPS MEN'S SPORT COATS MEN'S SUITS BOY'S JACKETS AND COATS BOYS' SWEATERS BOYS' CAPS BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS BOYS' JEANS , BOYS' SUITS BOYS' SPORT COATS BOYS' PANTS BOYS' VESTS //ems Listed are Odds and Ends SMALL QUANTITIES -BUT REAL BUYS! "The Boys with the Duds" OPEN WEDNESDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 8:30 P.M. Ironworker Claims He's World's Best At Putting NEW YORK (AP) -Who is the best putter in golf? Bill Casper? Art Wall? Arnold Palmer? Jack Nicklaus? Guess again, says tfbb Williamson, a florid, blond-haired iron worker from Jacksonville, Fla., who immodestly claims the title,' "World's Champion Putter." "I'd be willing to take on Palmer, Casper, Nicklaus or any other player put up by the PGA," Williamson said today. "I'd meet them at 30 paces (the prescribed putting distance) on carpet, dirt or grass. "They can name the surface and bring their own weapons." Williamson is in New York to receive an award from Gov. Terry Sanford of North Carolina tonight as the champion of the Professional Putters Association. This big town is crawling with putters. They're holding then- annual convention at a midtown hotel along with operators of some 30-putt courses. The president of the PPA, Don Clayton, has put up a $5,000 purse that says Williamson t-an out-putt any player the PGA might want to name. It's on a winner-take-all basis. "The difference in me and, say, Palmer or Casper, is that those guys have to work on all phases of their game," Williamson, 2C- year-old father of two, said. "I don't do anything but putt." Billikens Get NTT Invitation NEW YORK (AP) - The St. Louis BilUkens, current runner-up to champion Cincinnati in the Missouri Valley Conference, will compete in the National Invitation Basketball Tournament for the llth time. Ken Norton, chairman of the NTT selection committee, announced Monday night the acceptance of St. Louis as the seventh team to complete in the projected 12-team tourney at Madison Square Garden March 14-23. Pro Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESI Monday Y Rmutt Los Angeles 113, Detroit 107 Today's Gamin Los Angeles at New York Boston at San Francisco Cincinnati at St. Louis Wednesday's HemM New York at Cincinnati Los Angeles it Syracuse / St. Louis at Chicago Super Power Bar •Tractor Tirti { See Us for J PAST, EFFICIENT J TIRE SERVICE on All Tractors! «' 110 West 4th St Right Down Town +C lire ft + **8I1I S Supply. Inc. ^ t "*•". .4 n ATTENTION FARMERS Don't Forget-You Are Invited To "BURCH DAY In The Interest of Agricultural Improvements Everyone Farming and Interested in Agriculture Invited to Attend! If you missed your invitation in our Monday's ad... .this will remind you to come anyway. Other Burch Factory Officials Will Be Present, in Addition to Arthur Dennis, BURCH factory representative hi this area. Friday, March 1 st BEGINNING 9 A.M. RAIN or SHINE DON'T MISS "BURCH DAY" AT Dennis Auto Co. 3 IS West Wilson Ottawa, Kansas BOYS! Derby days are happy days... come on, get in on the fun! STILL PLENTY OF TIME TO ENTERI If you'll be between 11 and 15 years of age as of August 1, 1963, then get on over to your nearby Chevrolet dealer's with your Mom or Dad and sign up today. Ask for your free copies of the Official Derby Rule Book and Car-Building Brochure. Then start building the best soap box racer in town! THE PRIZES ARE AS BIG AS THE EXCITEMENT! Imagine the fun you'll have driving your car down the track with all your friends rooting for you to win. If you do come in first, you'll get a $500 U. S. Savings Bond and other awards, plus a trip to Akron, Ohio, to race in the 1963 All-American. If you win in the big race—and what a race U will be—you'll share $30,000 in college scholarships! Sound like your kind of sport? Then get busy building your racer right awayl Sponsored By Your Local Authorized Chevrolet Dealer And OTTAWA JAYCEES

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