The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on February 28, 1963 · Page 2
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Westphalia In Finals Lane And Greeley Fall And Will Meet For 3rd POST-MORTEM — Lane Coach Clayton True (left) and Melvern Coach Gene Otis talk about whatever coaches talk about after game is played while storekeeper tallies up in background. Storekeeper found Melvern with 62 points and Lane 45 in last night's semi-final Class BB tournament game at Richmond. (Herald Photos) K-State In Romp To Maintain Lead MANHATTAN (AP) - Kansas State opened a. crucial four-game Big Eight basketball series Wednesday night with a 74-60 romp over Kansas, running its winning •freak to seven games. The Wildcats maintained their first-place lead over Colorado by •even percentage points before taking off on a road trip that 7Athletics Among 29 Unsigned By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer •Baseball also, has its cold war. Called contract negotiations by sensitive major league brass, the annual psychological struggle today finds: 29 players still pounding the desks of harried general managers. .'•'•• Among them are such stars as Rocky Colavito and Norm Cash of Detroit, Orlando Cepeda, Juan Marichal and Jose Pagan of National League champion San Francisco, Baltimore's Brooks Robin•on and Norm Siebern and Jerry Lumpe of Kansas City. ,- With all players due to report to their clubs by today or Friday, it's certain that many will be officially classed holdouts. Only eight teams have completed the signing phase of their operation. The American League, showing 19 unsigned players on nine clubs, has the biggest headache. Kansas City has seven unsigned —Siebern, Lumpe, outfielder Manny Jiminez, catcher Bill Bryan, pitchers Diego Segui and Dave Wickersham and newly acquired outfielder Chuck Essegian. brings them back,to Manhatan For what could be the championship game with the Buffaloes on March 9. K-State travels to Oklahoma State Saturday night and to Iowa State Monday night. Colorado has one more game in the meantime, with Nebraska at Boulder Monday night Kansas State has a 9-2 conference record, Colorado is 9-3. The Wildcats broke fast and, with Roger Suttner, Willie Murrell and Gary Marriott at the firing line, moved into a 33-25 halftime lead. Kansas rallied in the second half to within four points with 8 minutes and 44 seconds to go, but K-Stale spurted to 56-46 in the next minute and a half and to an 18-point lead at 72-53 with a minute and 50 seconds left. Marriott was the game's high man with 20 points, and Nolen Ellison was top gun for Kansas with 19. Suttner had 15 for K- State, 13 in the first half. Murrell, with 17 points, was the Wildcats' leading rebounder with 18. College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS EAST Seton Hall 71, St. Francis, N.Y. 60 Lehigh 81, Rutgers 65 SOUTH Louisville 71, DePaul 69-ot MIDWEST Chicago Loyola 114, Ohio U. 94 Notre Dame 78, Evansville 72 Kansas State 74, Kansas 60 FAR WEST Air Force 59, Regis 58 Nevada 66, Cal Aggies 55 By A. I. VAN CLEAVE RICHMOND — Westphalia and \telvern scooted into the championship finals of the Class BB listrict tournament here with vie- ories last night over Greeley and Lane. The Wolverines of Westphalia disposed of Greeley, 51-38, and Helvern's Panthers pulled a 62- t5 knockout over Lane. The Panther - Wolverine battle will be at 9 p.m. Friday, follow- ng the Greeley - Lane fight for hird place in a game to open t 7:30. The Wolverines were never completely out of danger until fie closing minutes last night though they were ahead all the way. Outside of a leadoff free throw ind 1-0 lead for Lane at the out- iet, Melvern left little doubt of lie outcome, and Coach Gene Otis threw in second - stringers or most of the final quarter. Richard True scored 20 points or Westphalia as the Wolverines ook a IS - 10 first quar- er lead, padded it to 25-15 by lalftime and carried a 38-27 edge into the fourth. Vic Renyer added 14 for the Wolverines. Mark Mader was reeley's top scorer with 11 points. Melvern used its superior height and outside shooting ability to mil out to a 20-point third quar- .er lead on Lane. Coach Clay;on True had no Lion who could get as high off the floor as Mel vern's Wayne Cranwell, Bob >iss, Jim Lacey and Dennis Ha worth. And, with the Panthers camping out between Lane's Mike Kuder and the basket, there was no Lion who could* match Cranwell's sharp-shooting from the outside. Cranwell scored 16 points on field goals alone, getting three n a row in the third. Kuder managed to post the game's top individual score, 19 rants, but many of them came n his one-man show in the fourth >eriod when Melvern's front line was on the bench. Jim Wylie hit .2 points for Lane in spite of get- ing the same defensive treatment given Kuder. Dale Mochamer, who didn't start for Melvern, scored 10 points Both Melvern, who won the state Gass B title last year and was placed in BB in re-districting, and Westphab'a, pride of the Lucky Seven League, are assured of berths in the regional tour nament at Greeley. Here's last night's individual scoring: WESTPHALIA - 51: True, 8 4 4; Renyer, 542; Spencer, 1 3 1; Riley, 203; Thompson, 2 4 1. Totals, 18 15 11. GREELEY - 38: Egidy, 3 0 1; Williams, 204; M. Lickteig 222; Katzer, 312; Mader, 4 3 5; B. Lickteig, 201; D. Lick teig, 001. Totals, 16 6 16. Score by quarter: Westphalia ...... 15 10 13 13-51 Greeley 10 7 10 11-38 MELVERN - 62: Burnett, 1 0 0; Cranwell, 801; Criss, 2 1 3; Geier, 4 1 1; Gibson, 0 2 1; Haworth, 312; Kramer 113; Lacey, 301; Mochamer 504; Patterson, 101. Totals 28 6 17. LANE - 45: Baxter, 2 2 0; Brown, 033; Kuder, 8 3 0; Stevens, 1 0 0; Stiffler, 1 0 4; Wy lie, 522. Totals, 17 11 9. Score by quarters: Melvern 15 16 16 15-62 Lane 11 9 7 18-45 CUTTING A FIGURE - Karen Howland, 21, Seattle, Wash., left* A i». she practices i» Olympic Ice Stadium at Cortina Baly, for figure skating and ice dancing world Ottawa flays Spartans Favored At Shawnee North THOSE LEAPING PANTHERS — This was part of story of 82-47 Melvern victory over Lane last night in Class BB district semi-finals at Richmond—Melvern had reach. Here, Melvern's Bob Criss takes rebound from Lane's Lyle Brown. Other players are Melvern's Harry Geier (21) and Jim Lacey, barely visible over Lyle's right shoulder, and Lane's Dennis Baxter (33). Ottawa's Cyclones drew the much • sought bye in the Shawnee Mission North regional tour- ndment starting March 5 and ending on March 7 and 8. The Cyclones boast the best record to date with a 14-4 mark and should they knock off Rosedale this coming Friday night they will enter the regionals with exactly the same record as last year, 15-4. The favorite, according to most coaches, in this regional is Sumner's high-flying Spartans, as their 12-5 record belies the rough brand of their competition and their potential to break away. Spartan mentor, Tom Rhone, relies on Dwight Henderson who is carrying a 17.0 average and 6-4 Ken Cloud at 15.0 points per game. Shawnee Mission West, 5-12; Argentine, 8-9; Shawnee Mission North, 9-8; Olathe, 7-9, and Fort Scott, 13-4 make up the tour nament. Ottawa drew the first round bye but will have to take the court at 6:45 on Thursday against the winner of the Simmer-Shawnee Mission West bout at 4 p.m. Tuesday. These three teams comprise the upper bracket with Stunner the defending regional cham pion. In the lower bracket, Fort Scott will play Argentine at 6:45 Tuesday while Shawnee Mission North takes on Olathe at 8:15. Winners will play at 8:15 on Thursday. The finals will take place at 8:15 on Friday night with the third place decided at 6:45 on the same evening. Only the top team from the regional will represent the tournament in the .state Class AA tournament to be held March 14-16 at Wichita. Yanks Sign Marls, Too FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla (AP)—They win more than any one else, but otherwise the New York Yankees aren't apt to cause much of a radical stir in major league baseball. They shook off the cloak of conservatism Wednesday, however, when they: 1. Signed slugger Mickey Mantle for $100,00. 2. Displayed (he contract for all to see. 3. And then landed slugger Roger Maris for $72,000 virtually before the ink was dry on Mantle's contract. Thus, the world champions shattered precedent not only by signing their two highest-priced performers at the same stroke but also by showing off the salary figure on a player's contract—normally a top secret item. Have You Registered Your Boat? The first re-registration of boats under the Kansas Boating Act began in January of this year but is being hampered to some degree by failure of owners to notify the Kansas Forestry, Fish and Game Commission when they change their address or ownership of the boat. The law requires that the com mission be notified in writing within 15 days of any change in ownership or address of the owner. When such notification is not made, it delays registration procedures and could result in the owner not being notified oi expiration of his or her registration. Failure to notify causes duplication of registration and files and incomplete or inaccurate reports required by law. Game protectors will be enforcing this provision of the law in all cases which are brought to their attention. The commission is attempting to notify owners of their expira< tion of registration at least 30 days in advance by sending a renewal application requiring only their signature and license fee. The regular white registration forms, which are filled out when the boat is registered for th- first time, should not be used. Under the Kansas Boating Act, if the registration expires the number, causing extra expense ed. Re-registration after the date of expiration would require a new number, causioge xtra expense and inconvenience for boat owners. Boaters are being urged to check their expiration date which is on a 3-year basis and be sure it is up to date as far as ad dress and ownership are concern ed. GILLETTE 4} Super Power Bar • Tractor Tires T See Us for J FAST, EFFICIENT J TIRE SERVICE J on All Tractors! T 110 West 4th St T Right Down Town • I T * S Supply, lav. CH 1-4436 Cyclones Bucking For More Honors With the Eastern Kansas League title already cinched, the Ottawa Cyclones have only one more conference bout, at Rosedale, and then the Reds can ink in their EKL tournament victory and the league flag. All that remains for the Cyclones is the warm-up at Rosedale for the regionals with the result of the game failing to change the present situation .concerning the league crown. Ottawa waltzed off with the conference flag and the tournament title and is still bucking for more of the EKL honors as Harry Morton continues to run rampant throughout the league. Morton, top rebounding ace for the Reds and largely responsible for their standing, claims a 16.4 scoring average, best in the East Kansas League. Edging closer to the 300 point circle with 296 tallies in 18 games, Morton has only one more regular season game and he will have cinched the unofficial scoring race. Wayne McDonald, long time top threat to Morton's first place For Insurance On dwellings, household foods, buildings and automobOi* Sat Dean Btrlln, 'Aatnt IN B Second Phone CH J-2W4 position, slipped to a 14.8 recording and met Phil LaHue, Rosedale's ace scorer. Don Pankey of Turner trails by only 1 tenth at 14.7 in the battle for second place which will be decided this coming weekend. EASTERN KANSAS LEAGUE STANDINGS THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, Feb. 28, 1963 Seven Choseii For NAIA Honor KANSAS CITY (AP) - Two coaches, three players and two contributors will be honored by the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics at its annual >asketball tournament in Kansas City March 15. To be inducted into the NAIA Hall of Fame are coaches Leroy Morley, Western Illinois, and Milton Jowers, Southwest Texas State; players Jerry Shipp of Southeastern Oklahoma State and now with the Phillips 66 Oilers, Larry Staverman of Villa Madonna and now with the Chicago Zephyrs of the NBA, and Bob Hopkins of Grambling (La.) College; and contributors Frank and Charles Cramer of Gardner, Kan. Choose Three Tourney Sites KANSAS CITY (AP)-The sites of there more regional basketball tournaments March 8-9 were announced today by the National Collegiate Athletic Association. The 32-team small college field will be completed this weekend, and pairings will be announced Tuesday. Additional tournament sites are at Washington University of St. Louis for the Great Lakes Regional; at Fresno, Calif. State for the Southwest regional. Twenty regional tournament berths have been determined with the acceptance' of nine new teams this week. National finals will bo held at Evansville, Ind., March 13-15. Ottawa Arg. . Rose. . Olathe Turner Bonner 144 8-1 1009 890 , 8-9 6-3 898 938 . 8-85-4 , 7-9 4-5 . 7-9 3-6 .8-10 1-8 780839 738859 865868 962 909 Last Friday's scores: Ottawa 59, Argentine 43; Olathe 45, Turner 39; Rosedale 46; Bonner Springs 43. Saturday's scores: Turner 63, Leavenworth 51. Last night's scores: Bonner Springs 80, Mauer Hill 50. EKL LEADING Morton, Ot McDonald, Bon Labile, Rose. Fankey, Tur . McGee. Bon . Dunn, Ot . . Mendell, Ot. ., Mablon, Arg. . Tlnsley, Tur . Jackson, Rose. Jennings, Arg. Cartwright, Ol SCORERS 116 64 67 101 66 49 88 57 34 81 54 46 103 47 3P 92 59 20 77 44 25 77 37 39 86 33 40 53 46 42 58 44 44 59 33 48 296 18 16.4 268 18 14.8 237 16 14.8 236 16 14.7 253 18 14.0 243 18 13.4 198 IB 13.2 191 15 12.7 145 13 11.1 152 15 10.1 160 17 9.5 151 16 9.4 WATER HAULING GORDON PAUL CH 2-5425 24 Hour Service SHIKARI OP-GNVHR &MICOII SHIS IRE (Why?) OTTAWA BOWL 418V 3 N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 TWILIGHT LEAGUE Western Aato—1 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. I. McFadden 119 131 19S 435 J. Swlnehart 116 133 161 410 B. Moody 151 146 145 442 G. McFadden 162 167 178 507 H. Linneman 169 157 155 481 Bennett Cry. No. • S—8 M Miller 130 110 177 417 D Stoneklng 123 147 175 445 F Heckman 116 171 160 447 8 Moody 177 183 212 572 D Hall "I "7 194 S52 Rienlei Carafe * B«dy Shop—0 V. Blen .. " "• "6 148 473 G. Bowman 151 193 193 537 D Wleneke 141 120 158 419 D. Killlon .'. 154 136 123 413 L. Blen U7 164 190 501 8wrtM» Dairy—4 C. Frltti 159 G. Foster .... A. Miller M. Plerion .. . 8. DeVore .. ., Bohi CMhea—I Stark 142 110 151 403 Honn 141 167 116 494 Powell 145 167 122 424 Mack 167 169 162 416 Conrad 126 211 137 473 Ottawa But •erviee—1 D. Smay 131 167 201 497 Simmons 158 157 133 448 F. Dlsque 177 132 163 472 O. Atnsworth .. ... 160 )84 120 464 B. Figglns 156 303 158 517 153 176 487 141 158 126 425 145 166 226 538 151 170 164 465 177 181 137 49S COMMERCIAL Toddi Mobile Bones—3 1st 2nd H. Kramer 154 147 J. Kramer 155 167 R. Shofner ........ 171 195 J. Doty ........... 160 124 B. Wenthe ........ 178 120 Blaknileyi Service — 1 113 84 E. Honn .......... 149 J. Cromwell ...... 104 H. Linneman ..... 117 115 B. Abbott ......... 169 147 Adams ............ 192 134 Fredeen'i Shoeo— 1 P, Fredeen ....... 161 L. Brady 129 136 130 E, Elder .......... 106 W. Lister ......... 145 3rd Ttl. 176 477 144 466 148 514 158 442 204 502 128 390 133 321 149 381 132 448 139 455 187 467 143 409 167 386 136 418 134 466 172 527 153 475 142 481 164 527 160 492 187 509 314 517 129 428 113 366 IN 471 Page 179 334 166 5|8 Simmons 159 191 179 639 DuHletd 145 173 163 500 Knoeppel 160 187 313 559 Dunltln 156 209 167 533 113 137 163 A. Conus ......... 109 KeriKy Cewboys— 3 R. Lewis .......... 168 C. Strickland ..... 161 D. Toumnerlin .. .. 167 172 E. Ferguson ....... 163 200 C.' Kersley . ..... 176 157 Crites Body Shof— « F. Wise ........... 177 145 B. Wledner ....... 146 157 W. Hazen ......... 144 O. Morrison ....... 114 187 161 155 131 R. Crites ...... .... 125 153 One good reason: d out of 4 people preferred it in a nationwide test! Valiant sales would be avan higher if mart people drove it btfors they bought a compact How do wo know that? Recently 3100 people in 10 cities were asked to mako a tast drivo of tho loading compacts and pick the ana with tha bast all-around valua. Result. 74.1% picked Valitntl *From litest available national sales figures of 1963 models m comparison with 1962 models. BOB WHITE MOTOR CO. 118 S. Hickory. Ottawa,

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