The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 1, 1963 · Page 3
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Hey man Is Top Clager NEW YORK (AP)-Art Heyman of Duke was named today as the 1983 college basketball player of <hey0ar by The Associated Press. The 6-foot-5 senior fronv Rockville Centre, N.Y. won the honor as successor to Ohio State's Jerry Lucas on the basis of the votes he polled for the 1963 All-America announced Thursday by the AP. Heyman, who led Duke through an unbeaten regular season in the Atlantic Coast Conference, topped the ' voting for the All-America with 744 points on the basis of five points for a first team vote and" two for the second team. Named to the All-America, along with Heyman, were Ron Bonham of Cincinnati, Jerry Harkness of Chicago Loyola, Gary Bradds of Ohio State and Barry Kramer of New York University. Bonham polled 706 points, Harkness 428, Bradds 321 and Kramer 319 from the 183 sportswriters and radio-TV broadcasters who voted. Bill Bradley, Princeton's star sophomore, Tom Thacker of Cincinnati, Rod Thorn of West Virginia, Cotton Nash of Kentucky and Walt Hazzard of UCLA were named as the second team All- America. Bill Green, of Colorado State University, Eddie Miles of Seattle, Tony Yates of Cincinnati, Jimmy Rayl of Indiana and Nick Werkman of Seton Hall comprise the third team. Bowling Roundup Cordle Scores 633 With 228 And 233 BASKETBALL ALL-AMERICA — Here's 1963 college basket* ball All-America team announced by Associated Press. Named to first team, from left, are Barry Kramer, New York University; Ron Bonham, Cincinnati, Gary Bradds Ohio State; Jerry Harkness, Chicago Loyola, and Art Heyman. Duke More TV Baseball This Year NEW YORK (AP)-A record total of 957 major league baseball games will be telecast this season, with the 20 major league teams receiving about $14 million for the broadcast and television rights, a trade magazine survey shows. Additionally, NBC and CBS will pay the 12 teams which appear on their weekend telecasts just over $1 million while the World Series and All-Star games are a $4.25 million package, the survey by Television Age indicated Thursday. The New York Mets and World champion Yankees will have the most regular season games on television. The Mets will show 76 at home, 52 on the road and three exhibitions. The Yankees will screen 81 home, 46 away and 4 to 6 exhibitions. The value to the clubs range from $300,000 for the Washington Senators to $1.2 million for the Yankees. College Basketball TOURNAMENTS Atlantic Coast Conference First Round Wake Forest 80, Maryland 41 No. Carolina 93, So. Carolina 76 No. Carolina St. 79, Clemson 78 Duke 89, Virginia 70 Southern Conference Va. Tech 74, Wm. & Mary 72 West Virginia 75, Richmond 46 Davidson 106, VMI 71 Furman 57, Geo. Washington 54 OTHER GAMES EAST New York U. 78, Manhattan 72 SOUTH Loyola, New Orleans 65, Centen ary 54 MIDWEST St. Benedicts. 74, Pittsburg State 64 Emporia State 90, Washburn 56 Fort Hays State 94, Omaha 57 Rockhurst 86, Maryville State 84 Cape Girardeau State 104, Me Kendree 70 Washington of St. Louis 77, Mac Murray 65 Junior College Region 16 Tournament At Moberly, Mo (First Round) Moberly 83, Wentworth 61 Joplin 82, St. Joseph 77 Kansas City (Kan) 77, South west Baptist 72 College Wrestling Iowa State 19, Oklahoma 16 Tulsa 88, Houston 80 Marquette 77, Detroit 63 Bradley 52, Drake 51 SOUTHWEST Wichita 89, N. Tex. St. 73 FAR WEST Montana State 86, Montana 7! Brighara Young 80, Wyoming 76 Call CH 2-4700 Jutta May Not Be Fastest Runner, But Who Cares? By FRANK ECK AP Newsfeatures Sports Editor In this day and age of 4-minute milers and 16-foot vaulters with fiber glass poles, a leggy 22-year-old blonde from Germany las brought additional interest J track meets. She is Jutta Heine, 6-foot Dresden doll in white spikes, white shorts and a loose fitting green and white jersey. The cutie from Cologne may never win any beau- y pageants but her personality and smile have won over many jeople. She was the hit of track meets In Los Angeles and Philadel- >hia. One writer claimed she did more in seven seconds of sprinting in her first American meet then Parry O'Brine has done in his athletic lifetime. Another called her a "sleek dish of apple strudel." Some writers had sought to joke, with her but Jutta would have none of it. "I vant to win this race," she said in Philadelphia in her best Marlene Dietrich accent before running second. "I'm a serious person. I hope to do well in the next Olympics in Tokyo." Although coining to America almost unheralded, Jutta has done well in Europe. In fact, at 19 she won the silver medal at 200 meters in. the 1960 Olympics in Rome, running second to triple Olympic champion Wiltna Rudolph Ward. Jutta admits she is not the fastest girl in the world. Indoors she was at a distinct disadvantage. A 60-yard dash is not the easiest event for a sprinter with long legs and a big stride. She had said that she never expected to beat Wilma, yet in her first meet she finished second and Wilma Rudolph Ward came home third. In New York's Millrose meet, despite three false starts which normally brings disqualification, a concession was made to Fraulein Heine. Meet Director Fred Schmertz nodded his head to the starter and Jutta Heine won at 60 yards. She beat Debbie Thompson of Fredrick, Md. The next night in Philadelphia Debbie reversed the order. Jutta's tour also took her to Baltimore and Louisville. Next summer she plans to run in South America and in the fall will visit Japan. The AAU invited Jutta to this country, and she is quite happy she made the trip. When she gets home, and her economics studies at the University of Cologne permit, Jutta Heine will work on more than sprints. "I like to throw the shot put, broad jump, high jump and run the long dashes," says the Teutonic trackster. "These events will be held in the women's pentatlon in Japan and I want to point for that." Author Roy Terrell says she can run very fast and has lovely eyes and legs. And Philadelphia writer Sandy Grady says her smile would melt a hole in the Berlin Wall. If only the Russians would give her the chance. Tom Hits 44 Free Throws NEW YORK (AP)-If someone asks: "What is the record for most consecutive, free throws made in major college basketball?" You can answer quick as a flash: 44. Tommy Boyer of Arkansas set this record last Saturday when he converted his first four, free throws against Baylor. He had started the game with a string Claron Cordle closed with a 233 line in molding a 633 series for the Ottawa Bowl team last night at the Ottawa Bowl Lanes. Claron opened with an 172 and added a 228 before he hit his peak, as Ottawa Bowl beat Ottawa Insulation, 3-1, with a 2591 scratch series in last night's Classic League session. Warren Flinsbaugh was real consistent, consistently good, as he scored lines of 202-204-205 for a 611 series for Pence Food Center. 3-1 victor over Pepsi-Cola in the Classic League. D. Burgoon posted the top score in the AMF league at the Royal T Lanes, a 201-179-203-583 for Pepsi Cola, 4-0 winner over Dutch Boy Paints. Al Beets rolled a 574 for Con- rad's Painters who lost to Colbern's, 3-1. V. Foster posted the top score in the Thursday Night Ladies League at the Ottawa Bowl, 471 for Budges' Hardware which lost to Mann-Bell Drugs, 2 1 /z-l 1 /£. Jean Sham rolled a 464 for Beautyland, a 3-1 loser to Bienie's Garage. Team results scores in the and individual Ottawa Bowl 40 straight and needed only three to erase the old major mark of 42 set by Dave Ricketts of Duquesne in 1957. Weekly statistics from the National Collegiate Athletic Bureau, released Thursday, show that for ;he season Boyer has made 125 of 135 free throws for a national leading percentage of .926 for 21 games. Nick Werkman, Steon Hall junior, retained the lead in the major college scoring race although his average dipped to the lowest of the season at 30.6 on 581 points in 19 games. SHE'S NICE, WIN OR LOSE - Germany's track star, Jutta Heine, doesn't always win races she runs, but who cares. Pro Basketball National Basketball Association By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Thursday's Results Syracuse 132, New York 124 Detroit 112, Chicago 104 Today's Games Los Angeles at Chicago Cincinnati vs, San Francisco at Oakland Saturday's Games New York at Boston . Detroit at Syracuse San Francisco at Los Angeles Sunday's Games Boston at New York Syracuse at Detroit Cincinnati at San Francisco Chicago at St. Louis WATER HAULING GORDON PAUL CH 2-5425 24 Hour Service Won A Bundle But It Shrank BOWIE, Md. (AP)-Albert Lepore of Pawtucket, R.I., still hasn't cashed his two $10 daily double tickets for $42,492 in winnings. When he does, he'll find the sum has shrunk. A spokesman for Bowie Race Track said $39,764 of the money had already been picked up by two Internal Revenue Service agents Thursday. The sum was esti- high because of Lepore's mated earnings for 1963. Another $1,235 is payable to the State of Maryland for state income tax. That leaves Lepore $1,293 of the $42,492 won on last Saturday's double. Lepore won the original sum by picking Mr. Tink, who paid $49.40 for $2, in the first .ace Saturday, and Harvest Tan, who paid $209.20 in the second. Wellsville Team Receives Trophy WELLSVILLE - The Wellsville Babe Ruth baseball team for the summer of 1962 received its first place trophy in the Blue Valley League this week. The award was for its winning record last summer. The trophy and a team picture are on display at Moherman Insurance Agency. On the team were John Gleisberg, Mike O'Connor, Danny Carrow, John Mitchell, Mike Burrell, Carl Pulver, Donnie Breithaupt, Gary Davenport, Andy Rodgers, Donald Roades, Jimmy Good, Dusty Swearingen and Jay Barnett. Team manager was Gene Bamett. Jack Dilts was assistant manager. Eppa Rixey Dies, Made Hall Of Fame CINCINNATI (AP) — Colorful Eppa Rjxey, one of the all-time great left-handed pitchers, lived barely long enough to make the Baseball Hall of Fame. Rixey, 71, was notified of his selection Jan. 27. Thursday he suffered a heart attack at his suburban home and was rushed to Christ Hospital where he died a .few hours later. As the old pitcher, who had four 20-game winning seasons between 1912 and 1933, used to say, baseball was a different game in his day. Take recruiting. Rixey was a towering fireballer for the University of Virginia Cavaliers whfin National League umpire Bill Rigler said to him one day: "You're ready for the big leagues, son. Let's see what I can do for you and we'll split." "It's a deal," said Rixey, a chemistry honor student. Rigler, who used to help the Cavalier coaching staff, got the 6-foot-5 southpaw a job with the Philadelphia Phils. His first year, the you^aler had a 10-10 record. When he retired — at his own wish — after the 1933 season, Rixey. had a 266-251 won-lost record. It was tops for National League left-handers until Warren Spahn of Milwaukee won his 267th game late in 1959. leagues appear elsewhere in today's sports section. Here are team results and high individual scores in the AMF League: Colhern's—3 High 10-30 — L. Seller, 168-479 Conrad's Painters—1 High 10-30 — A. Beets, 208-574 Brown's Hardware— X High in — Humerlcklipusc, 161 High 3d — E. Frltts, 464 Blue Moon—1 High 10 — J. Moody, 182 High 30 — J. Sauer, 454 Cheney's—4 High 10-30 — V. Bell, 194-503 Lltwln's—0 High 10 — Melton, 186 High 30 — Hopllns, 491 Pepsi-Cola—I High 10-30 — D. Burgoon, 203-583 Dutch Boy Palnt.i—0 High 10-30 — H. Day, 204-514 Make-Dp in AMF Brlsooe Drugs—3 High 10 — W. Roebuck. 215 High 30 — J. Klmbrel, 515 Blue Moon—1 High 10-30 — J. Moody, 181-509 THE OTTAWA HERALD Friday, March 1, 196S, Bowling Team Rolls An 1115 BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) A' teur bowlers topped the •professionals at least in .one important phase today as the American Bowling Congress Tournament entered its 14th day. A Rochester, N.Y., team,, the Conkey Grill, had an 1,115 game Thursday night for the best team game to date. The previous top game was 1,111 by Billy Golembiewski and his professional Helen Tackle team of Detroit. INCOME TAX Individual — Business —; Professional Federal & State ' $5.00 and up. 15 Years Experience Bookkeeping Service, your office or mine Office Hours: Daily except Sunday 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. Sunday, 10:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. Ernest R. Nelson 422 S. Main, Room 4 SPECIAL Masonic Temple 11:00 a.m.. to 1:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 2 or Vegetable Soup 50 Coffee and assorted Relishes Pie 15e Milk or Pop lOc Proceeds to Rotary Charitable Projects Bill Ding Says... "Burglar" Wore Mask, Fur Coat SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP)-Ed Edgar heard a noise at his front entrance Wednesday night and found a masked burglar in a fur coat opening his storm door. Edgar called police. Officers watched in amazement as the burglar—a raccoon—mounted a four-inch ledge under a picture window, pressed the doorbell with a paw and pulled on the door handle. Patrolman Thomas Jones said the 'coon tried a break-in earlier at a house in the next block. The householder reported his bell rang and his front door slammed repeatedly but he couldn't find anyone at the door. Officers took the 'coon to the dog pound. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. Top Driver DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) —Ned Jarrett of Conover, N.C., is leading NASCAR's point parade for grand national stock car drivers. Jarrett has 6,598 points after seven races on the 1963 late model circuit. PROTEIN POWER Help your dog "power up" . . . with Strongheart Dog Food. It's Real Meal, rich in protein for mighty muscles, •tronger bones, zooming energy. A Complete Line Of PRATT & LAMBERT Paints and Varnishes NUZMAN LUMBER 113 E. 1st CH 2-1572 Try B.O.W. EXPRESS, Inc. for Express Service at Freight Rates Ottawa, Kansas P.O. Box 205 CH Kansas City, Mo. 819 West 25th St. OR 1-4008 B.O.W. Express. Inc. Merle Paul, Pres. and Manager Formerly Densil Cox Truck Line WHEN TO YOUR BOOM& GOOD PAINT'S APPLIED, THEN SUNSHINE ALSO .& IUSIDE/ e tOCAL TRADEMARKS. IM. Beaiityfor Any Room With DuPont "FlowKote," the modern rubber base paint, you can give any room new color and sparkle with the minimum of effort and expense. "FlowKote" spreads easily with brush or roller. Covers beautifully. 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