The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 27, 1963 · Page 2
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*S ' *> V v •tfT £ * / I Panthers And Indians In Semi-Final Round Lebo Pulls Upset' To Oust Waverly WHOSE BALL IS IT? - Williamsburg's Fred Buckley (No. 20 in white) and Lyndon's Ray Lippert pull for possession of ball in last night's district Class B game won by Williamsburg. Other players are Williamsburg's Joe Binns (13) and Clifford Goodwill (22) and Lyndon's Roger Trendel (44). (Herald Photo) One 6 Cat, One 4 Hawk In All-Big 8 Lineup By JIM VAN VALKENBURG Associated Press Sports Writer KANSAS CITY (AP) - The league's two highest scorers, the best rebounder and two veteran, high-scoring backliners—that's the 1963 Associated Press All-Big Eight basketball team, announced today. Ken Charlton, 6-foot-6 Colorado senior, hampered by knee trouble late in the season, was the only unanimous choice and the only repeater from last year's All-Conference team. Joining him are Willie Murrell, 6-6 Kansas State star whose 19.0 scoring average in league play is second only to Charlton's 19.7; Jim Davis, 6-8 Colorado re- bounder and clutch scorer; and backliners Nolen Ellison of Kansas and Marv Straw of Iowa State. The team was chosen regardless of position by writers, broadcasters and coaches in the Big Eight area. But the results showed two corner men, a pivot man and two backliners among the first five. High School Basketball District Tournaments Class B At Eudora Piper 59, Kansas School for Deaf 48 Baldwin 52, Basehor 46 Linwood 62, Lansing 46 At Colony Blue Mound 54, Pleasanton 48 Colony 54, Parker 35 Moran 61, Mound City 54 At Holton Powhattan 74, Onaga 36 Holton 72, Nortonville 55 Horton 50, Winchester 36 At Louisburg Gardner 57, Princeton 56 Wellsville 69, Louisburg 61 Stanley 75, La Cygne 47 At White City Cottonwood Falls 68, Northern Heights 49 White City 53, Alta Vista 41 Council Grove 66, Eskridge 52 At Perry Overbrook 80, Askaloosa 63 Lecompton 60, Meriden 58 Perry 65, McLouth 50 At Lebo Lebo 39, Waverly 35 Williamsburg 45, Lyndon 34 Pomona 65, Olpe 47 Class BB At Fontana Prescott 32, Stilwell 31 Fontana 62, Kincaid 32 Wea 50, Edgerton 29 At Richmond Lane 61, Welda 43 Greeley 61, Quenemo 60 Westphalia 71, Richmond 32 THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, Feb. 27, 1963 Dixie Team Waits Word On NCAA STATE COLLEGE, Miss (AP)- rtississippi State's basketball earn hopes to know by Friday if t can participate in the NCAA tournament The state has an unwritten law lanning competition of Mississippi athletic teams against Negroes. "We should know by Friday," said Maroon Coach Babe McCarthy. "It looks better this year than in the past We have more public support ever before. The Maroons, nationally, have already cinched a tie for the Southeastern Conference crown—their third in as many years. S. R. Evans of Greenwood, a member of the state college board said Tuesday night the board had no* considered the matter yet. behind us than ranked seventh sas KU Frosh Win LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP)-Kan- freshmen basketballers defeated Kansas State frosh Tuesday night 50-49 on a free throw by Riney Lochmann in the final eight seconds. Truck Recapping Get your truck tires in shape now for Spring Work! BATTERY WEAK? Install A NEW AUTO-LITE 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 Sices. HARRY SMITH AUTO SUPPLY 110 S. Main CH 2-1522 GILLILAND'S Recapping - Vulcanizing Rt 4. Ottawa Ph Centropolis G By GENE RAMSEY |second half and fought the Charlton broke Burdette Hallorson's Colorado career scoring ecord early in the season and cored at a 25.8 clip through the irst six league games, playing on knee that required surgery be- ore the season. Then he hurt the other knee Feb. 9 and his average dipped. Murrell is one of the league's >est rebounders. His consistent ugh scoring paced K-State's urge to the top with six straight victories. Davis, who played in the shadow of Cincinnati's Ron Bonham in :he Big Eight's best rebounder. rle has a 13-point scoring average and shoots with 50 per cent accuracy. Ellison is scoring at a 15.7 pace, Straw 15.0. Both are deadly clulch shooters. Two conference backliners outscored them, sophomore Larry rlawk of Iowa State at 16.8 and 5-9 Eddie Evans of Oklahoma at 15.2 but Straw nosed veteran :eammate Vince Brewer and Kawk for a first team berth. Joining Brewer and Hawk on the second team were Gary Marriott, Kansas State senior, James King, Oklahoma State sophomore, and Ray Bob Carey, Missouri junior. Carey was a narrow choice over George Unseld, Kansas sophomore, and Evans for a second team berth. The 6-7 Carey, a 16- point scorer, furnished one of the season's most dramatic plays with a steal and layup with five seconds left to upset Colorado. Unseld at 17.3 is the No. 3 scorer in the league. Hawk was a strong choice over 6-7 Unseld as the Big Eight sophomore of the year. King was third, Gene Johnson of Oklahoma State fourth, giving the Cowboys three of the top four places. SECOND TEAM Ray Bob Carey, Missouri; Garry Marriott, Kansas State; James King, Oklahoma State; Vince Brewer, Iowa State; Larry Hawk, Oklahoma State. HONORABLE MENTION Roger Suttner, Al Peithman and Max Moss, Kansas State; Milt Mueller, George Parsons and Brie Lee, Colorado; Ivan Wiley, Gene Johnson and James Cooper, Oklahoma State; Rich Froistad and Gary Kleven, Iowa State; Eddie Evans, Harvey Chaffin and Stan Morrison, Oklahoma; Ken Doughty and Bob Price, Missouri; George Unseld, Al Correll and Harry Gibson, Kansas; Dayl Petsch, Ivan Grupe and Charlie Jones, Nebraska. LEBO — The Lebo Wolves pulled the upset of the night, but Williamsburg and Pomona showed why they were the class of the Franklin County League with decisive wins in opening action of the Class B district tournament here last night. Lebo got the tournament underway with a 39-35 victory over Waverly. In the second game Williamsburg had too much overall depth for Lyndon in a 45-34 trouncing. The final match of the evening was the most prolific, as Pomona ran away from a strong Olpe team, 65-47. Thursday night's semi-finals will pit Lebo against favored Osage City at 7 and Williamsburg and Pomona at 8:30. The winners of the two games will quality for the regional at Council Grove and play for the district championship Friday at 8:30 p.m. The first game proved that the fourth time is a charm, as Waverly had beaten Lebo in three previous meetings. Coach Bill Adam's Wolves jumped to an early lead and held off the Bulldogs throughout. The final margin was the greatest of the game. Cecil Lane paced the Lebo attack with 17 points. Bill Lieb scored 10 for Waverly. 'anthers to a standoff but could not overcome the early 'Burg ead. Cliff Goodwill led the Panther coring with 17 points. Fred luckley hit 9 in the winning ef- ort. Roger Trendel, big Tiger post man, and Galen Bremer each hit 12 points for the losing cause. Coach Louis Coppoc's charges cashed 22 Lyndon fouls or II points at the charity line. BURG-45 Fg Ft F Jinns 0 iuckley, F 2 iuckley, T. Cromwell . joodwill .. kfallory .. klilliken .. 'iersol .. lansom .. LEBO-39 Wolf Standiferd Spielman Lane Hodges .. Benton • • FG Ft F ..504 3 0 .8 0 0 FG .. 4 TOTAL .. .. WAVERLY-35 Leib O'Bannion ........ 0 Hughes 3 Hill .. .. •• 0 Hull .. 1 Linhart 5 Tyson 1 ...16 7 16 Ft 2 1 2 0 1 1 0 7 17 TOTAL 14 Score by quarters: Lebo .. .. 10612 11—39 Waverly 8710 10-35 * * * After a slow first quarter Williamsburg all but wrapped up the game with a 16-point second quarter outburst and a commanding 24-13 halftime lead. Lyndon came out strong the Finley, Norm Bogged Down KANSAS CITY (AP) - Charles Finley, owner of the Kansas City Athletics, says his contract negotiations with first baseman Norm Siebern "are just not getting any where." At the same time, Finley sail Tuesday he expects second baseman Jerry Lumpe to sign his 196! baseball contract shortly. As for Siebern, Finley added "He's been offered what I con sider a substantial raise over last year, and last year we gave him a substantial raise over 1961 We have now sent him three contracts, and each contract called for more money than the previous one, but I still haven' gotten anywhere with him." • * •• • • TOTAL 13 3 5 0 0 5 0 2 3 1 19 12 YNDON-34 Jremer ]owan 1 i'abert 2 Knight 0 jppert ••. 0 Newton 1 Ogle 0 LTGIKIGI •• •• •• ••••5 Fg Ft ...2 8 ..11 1 0 0 0 0 2 TOTAL .............. 11 12 22 Score by quarters: Williamsburg <yndon .8 18 « 15-45 8 7912—34 The evening's final game found Pomona and Olpe throwing defense aside and playing run, shoot run. The Indians, in playing one of their finest games of the year had all the best of it and hit for 38 first half points and all but blew the Eagles out of the game 38-23, at intermission. Roger Shoemaker and Bernie Nelson hat 11 points each the first half. Jim Goracke picked up the pace in the, second half, and Coacl Carlin Nalley's Indians coastet in. Game scoring honors wen to Steve Inwood of Olpe with 26 points but he couldn't offset the balanced Pomona scoring. Shoemaker finished with 19, Nelson 11 and Goracke 11. OLPE-47 Bechtel Haag .. . Heins Haag, T Inyood •• .. •• . ••• .. Fg Ft F 1 3 2 2 0 8 0 Murphy ......... 0 Krueger, R ...... 0 0 TOTAL ...16 15 24 POMONA-65 Fg Ft F Altic 3 Crawford ?Q Goracke 5 Heidner .. Langley •• Lindsey .. Nelson .~. • Regester Shoemaker 0 0 3 5 0 8 0 2 1 7 0 2 1 1 3 TOTAL 24 17 Score by quarters: Olpe ...14 9 11 13-4 Pomona .... ..20181512-^6 For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automotsto Ses Dtcm Berlin, Agent 109 B. Second Phone CH 1-2804 OTTAWA BOWL 418 Y 2 N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 TUESDAY NIGHT LADIES KOFO—3 1st 3nd 3rd Ttl. H. Caroy 132 165 189 486 H. Conrad 179 144 139 462 B. Welborn 150 130 121 401 Lichtenberger ... 15(1 145 148 443 F. .White 104 160 117 381 Todd Insurance—1 L. Bennett 132 143 101 376 B. Flory 140 95 89 324 E. Kiem 130 104 167 401 L. Campbell 150 134 131 415 Eaflei—0 B. Brill .. M. Hopkins B. Wilson 102 118 144 364 117 139 98 356 80 107 112 299 L. Casteel 103 141 155 399 E. Keller VFW—t J. Lutz D. McFadden I. Bonn 135 159 116 410 116 160 163 439 149 181 124 454 108 127 136 371 W. Sowers 118 154 114 386 Shlnn * Haley—1 P. Jackson 117 159 127 403 R. Kaub . 93 96 131 320 B. Dennlston 100 1'07 142 349 D. Nltcher 133 133 145 411 8. Simmons 113 134 200 447 AraoliU Jewelry—3 H. Llogerot 196 144 158 498 M. Cayot 139 106 97 342 V. Ferguson 164 146 214 524 M. Moore 122 150 113 385 V. Foster 165 133 132 430 INDUSTRIAL Nltcher Floor—3 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. O. Morrison 161 186 107 453 J. Lancaster 146 169 G. Davis 194 174 153 468 167 535 139 149 135 423 G. Nltcher WlUon Cleaner*—1 W. Fllnn 209 127 149 485 T. Parkin 118 151 139 408 L. Seller 142 125 159 426 R. Shephard 134 126 136 396 G. Bltt 133 136 181 450 Bennett Creamery No, 1—S L. Kramer 133 137 177 447 A. Dodd 153 150 169 462 J. Kramer 206 192 178 576 G. Dodd 140 132 248 520 H. Kramer 211 171 199 591 I'rcnto Food Products—I L. Blackstone 187 150 167 504 J. Wlllhlte 147 188 159 494 J. Clark 139 147 232 518 M. Reno 157 147 160 454 M. Ball 147 154 171 473 People.! National R. Page R. Davis Bank—41 199 132 149 480 134 159 197 490 A. Bennett 134 122 151 4'07 A. Knoeppel 167 131 189 487 Lichtenberger .... 152 129 157 438 Ottawa Times—I L. Moore 160 180 184 524 L. Chambers 124 B. Hutt 163 B. Whitacre 144 B. Rhlnehart 161 127 168 417 133 120 416 109 163 416 189 200 550 I Am Doing My Own INCOME TAX 0- Give BLOCK all your ttw worrieil In all probability we eon Mve you much more than our nominal charge when we prepare your lax returns. Our wrv- Ice It accurate, quick and •ample!*) NTH FEDERAL AM mil Nation's Largest Tax Specialists - 341 Offices AeraM the U.S. 201 VaS. Main Week Days 9-9 p.m—Sat. & Sun. 9-5 — CH 2-4224 Appointment Necessary, TWO MORE FOR ROGER — Pomona's Roger Shoemaker lays one up and in in spite of defensive effort by Olpe's Ken Heins. Pomona beat Olpe, 65-47, as Shoemaker seared 19 points. Other players are Pomona's Jim Goracke (45), Mike Lindsey (43) and Bernie Nelson, and Olpe's Gary Murphy (33) and Steve Inwood (44). (Herald Photo) Bowling Roundup Dodd Really Does It Galen Dodd obviously is the type of fellow who, when he decides to do something, goes all the way. Galen had never rolled a 200 ine until last night, and, pow!. knocks down 248 in one. This lelped Dodd to a 520 series which, combined with Homer Kramer's 591, helped the creamery men to a 3-1 victory over Presto Food Service in the Industrial League at the Ottawa Bowl Lanes. Galen's 248 was more than 100 pns over his average. Bet Vera Ferguson wished last night she was back in last week's tournament as she scored a 524 series on lines of 164-140-214 for Arnold's Jewelry in the Tuesday Night Ladies League at the Ottawa Bowl. H. Laegerot chipped in a 498 as the jewels chalked up a 2179 series and 3-1 win over Shinn & Haley. H. Carey scored 486 and H. Conrad 462 for KOFO which hit a 2173 series in a 3-1 victory over Todd's Insurance in the Ladies League. There were a couple of fancy lines in the men's Royal T Lanes. J. Funk scored a 232 in a 557 series for Bundy's Insurance, 31 winner over Foremost, and W. Lewis posted a 226 in a 550 series for Trout's Jewelry, 3-1 winner over Al Beets "Ramblers." Team results and individual scores 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: LLAB Oiler*—4 High 10 — Finch. 158 High 30 — Miller, 430 Self-BerTlee Shoes—0 High 10-30 — Doman, 168-467 Maraealbo Oil—3 High 10 — Cordle, 109 High 30 — Ogle, 643 Ottawa SaTlBfi A Loan—1 High 10-30 — Orabham, 303-511 Tront'i Jewelry—3 High 10-30 — W. Lewis, 33* Al Beeta Bambleri—1 High 10 — C. WolgMt, 30* High 30 — A. Beets, BOS Bundy'i Insurance—4 High 10-30 — J. Funk, 333-5ST Foremost—0 High 10-30 — B. Wenthe, 1M-64I ADDITIONAL SPORTS ON PAGE TWELVE Brand-NewV-8! fc ->j • ' KWV-I COSTS DULY iios none 1 THAMTHI CUBIC* Announcing New Rambier Classic V-8 with superior performance and high economy j, MvMNd Usit CtsitucliM creates m ! solidity, replaces many small parts. RwWer'i New Classic ¥-1 delivers V-f ptrformancc-lamousRamofereconomju "Car of the Year" now offers 198 HP V-8 running mate to famed Classic 6. Try this for a surprise package. A brand-new V-8. Economy in the Rambler tradition. 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