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THKWTAWA HERALD Monday, March 4, 1963 Wildcats Could Cinch It Tonight By JIM VAN VALKENBURG Associated Pi-ess Sports Writer Kansas State stayed in com mand of the Big Eight basketball race by beating Oklahoma State and the Wildcats can sew up at least a championship tie tonight at Ames, Iowa, where Iowa State hasn't beaten K State since 1957. K-State cleared a big hurdle by whipping Oklahoma State 56-54 Saturday night at Stillwater, where their 1902 title chances went down the drain. It was Oklahoma State's first home court defeat this season and eliminated the Cowboys from the race. A jump shot by Jeff Simons with sbcs econds left won the game after K-State overcame a 16-point deficit. Coach Tex Winter's team, 10-2, increased its winning streak to eight games and took a full game lead over Colorado's defending Champs, 9-3. . Even if they lost at Iowa State, the Wildcats could win the championship outright by defeating Colorado at Manhattan, Kan., Saturday in the final game for both teams. .Colorado is expected to make last-place Nebraska its 25th consecutive home court victim tonight at Boulder and stay in the running. v In event of a tie, the Big Eight will establish a playoff to determine its representative in the NCAA Midwest Regional at Lawrence, Kan., March 15-16. ; "We don't want any playoffs for the title," Winter said. The K-State coach named 7-foot Roger Suttner as the key man for the Wildcats down the stretch. At Iowa State, Coach Glen Anderson indicated his club is smarting from eight straight defeats by K-State. Patterson •Confident ; MIAMI, Fla, (AP)-Floyd Patterson, who sneaked away in disguise after he was knocked out in the first round by Sonny Listen, Has set up a training camp for a rematch and at his first press conference announced: • "I've picked up some confidence. I don't know what good it will do me, but I've got it." • Maybe that last sentence was • slip of the tongue, because Patterson seemed in good spirits and allowed some humor. • Asked whether he would admit the public to hit training seaone, Patterson said: : "I'm going to wait and see if anybody wants to come out here. Charge a dollar for admission? Wen, I don't know. After that last fight maybe I'll just charge 25 events and pass out coupons." ABC Leaders Stay That Way ^BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP)-All of the leaders in American Bowling Congress Tournament events at the start of the weekend were still on top today. IJack Logan of Kalamazoo, Mich., needed a strike on the first ball of his final frame in the regular singles Saturday to take the lead, but left four pins and finished with a three-game total of 705 to tie Jack Bullis of Bay City, Mich., for second place. Ron Ifatem held on to the lead with his 707. 'Charles Bligh of Detroit moved into second place in the classic all-events Saturday with a nine- game total of 1923, two pins behind the leader, Joe Joseph of Detroit, who bowled last Monday and Tuesday. High On Calmus ( VERO BEACH, Fla. (AP)-Los Angeles Dodger Coach Leo Durocher, who becomes ecstatic over at least one rookie each spring, vjras singing the praises today of Dick Calmus, a 19-year-old right- hander. Pro Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NBA Eastern Division W. L. Pet. G.B. Boston 53 21 .716 — Syracuse ... 44 29 .603 8% Cincinnati ..... 37 36 .507 15% New York 20 52 .278 32 Western Division Los Angeles ... 50 22 .694 — St. Louis 42 29 .592 7& Detroit 30 44 .405 21 San Francisco . 29 43 .403 21 Chicago 22 51 .301 28 Saturday's Results Boston 122, New York 117 Syracuse 152, Detroit 128 San Francisco 122, Los Angeles 113 Sunday's Results Boston 102, New York 95 Syracuse 127, Detroit 123 San Francisco 123, Cincinnati 122 St. Louis 104, Chicago 97 Today's Game Cincinnati at Los Angeles Tuesday's Games San Francisco vs. Detroit at New York Syracuse at New York St. Louis at Chicago Dixie Team In NCAA By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer Exuberant Mississippi State, long denied by tradition from a chance at going all the way, finally made it into the NCAA postseason basketball tournament. The Maroons won the Southeastern Conference title Saturday night just a couple of hours after school president D. W. Colvard announced a break with tradition which prohibited Mississippi State from playing teams with Negro athletes. The Maroons nailed down the title with a 75-72 victory at Mississippi. It was the third straight time they had won or shared the championship. To Publicize Fishing Reel WELLSVILLE - Don E. Breithaupt, president of Deb Manufacturing Company, Farmington, N. M., was in Wellsville recently to see his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Brathauvt. He was en route to the eastern states to begin a television tour to promote interest in his invention, the Ke-aho-ni Thunderbird fishing reel. Breithaupt said individual stations are giving him television time free. He will be in Springfield, Mass. March 7 and in New York March 8. From there he will go to Pennsylvania, West Virginia and North Carolina. Returning to Farmington, he will make stops in Cincinnati and Omaha. The reel is being produced in Tulsa, Okla., but, with the completion of development, the assembly of the reel will take place in Farmington, utilizing Navajo talents. Prior to beginning the trip, Breithaupt received a telegram From J. Maurice McCabe, executive secretary of the Navajo tribe, extending its good wishes. Ailing Graham Cancels Crusade HONOLULU (AP) - Evangelist Billy Graham, ill in a Honolulu lospital, has cancelled a revival tour for the first time in his career. His Far Eastern crusade will go on without him, making its First stop in Manila on March 10, Graham said from his hospital bed. He is in St. Francis Hospital in Honolulu, suffering from what doctors called "an acute undetermined infection." Insurance On Everything Porter - Spears AGENCY Tom Porter — Phone CH 2-3007 — George Spean* TEAM SPARKS - Ralph Kampschroeder (left) rolled 647 for Ottawa Bowl team yesterday, but Kansas Jayhawks, led by Terrel Hays (right), with 584 series and 249 line, beat Ottawans. (Herald Photo) Bowting Roundup Ralph Rolls 647 But Jayhawks Win Ralph Kampschroeder put up a big 647-poin scrap for his Ottawa Bowl Team, but that didn't keep the Kansas University Jay- hawks from sweeping all four points in the return match yesterday at the Ottawa Bowl Lanes. The Jayhawks, with Ottawan Dave RyboU in the anchor spot, each hit over 500 for a 2774 team series. The Ottawa Bowl quin- tet scored 2615 and lost every line. The Ottawans had beaten the Jayhawks earlier, rolling a 2917 series. But only Homer Kramer joined Kampschroeder yesterday in the over-500 class, and Homer was off his usual pace with a 527. Kampschroeder was the scoring star with his 224-201 222-647. The "Hawks were led by Terrel Hays who put a 240 closing line Baseball Stymied WASHINGTON (AP) - Sen. Stephen M. Young, D-Ohio, told his constituents in a newsletter his concern about Peace Corps volunteers having trouble teaching baseball, to kids in the Dominican Republic. The reason, he wrote, was lack of equipment. It seems gloves were being made from old burlap bags, bats from tree limbs and baseballs were rags tightly wrapped with strings. Communists were reported using the sit- utation to belittle Peace Corps efforts. Young's office reported Friday his constituents are responding by sending bats, balls and gloves to the Peace Corps—and some to his office. Some are worn but usable and others are new. Young, his office reported, played baseball as a youngster and is a fan, but his avid sports interest at 73 is tennis. Plans Family Relations Class WELLSVILLE - Rev. Homer Ganong, pastor of the Wellsville Baptist Church, announced the establishment of a "Family Relations Class." The pastor outlined the areas of discussion as follows: March 12, establishing the Christian fiome; March 26, understanding your role as a Christian; April and 23, the whole family; May 7, becoming a successful parent. The class sessions will meet at 10 a.m. A nursery will be provided for the children. Rosburg One-Up At New Orleans NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Pudgy Bob Rosburg, who has had to settle for second place five times since winning his last golf tourney, carries a one-stroke lead into today's final round of the $4,000 Greater New Orleans Open. During the victory drouth, Rosburg lost three sudden death playoffs — the last to handsome Tony Lema, who is pressing Rosburg for the $6,400 first-prize check here. Rosburg, the ex-PGA champion fro mPortland, Ore., shot a 32-35 —€7 in Sunday's third round to equal the course record he set Friday on the water-dotted Lakewood Country Club course. Registering an 8-under par 208 for 54 holes, Rosburg 36, regained the lead he lost Saturday to gray-haired Bo Wininger, whose 72 dropped him to third place. Lema, 29, who won three tournaments last fall, moved into second place with a 72-69-68—209. Wininger stood at 210. Arnold Palmer carded his first par round with a 72 to give him a 219—11 strokes off the pace. Young Jack Nicklaus also had his best showing. He carded a 69 for a 216. WATER HAULING GORDON PAUL CH 2-5425 24 Hour Service sure, money talks, it says..."come and get me" at.., financial house! • Loans • Budgeting • Financing [Interstate U f IN*NCK COMPANY TOM TOULOUSE, MANAGER i» South Main SI - CH M090 in his 584 series. Terrel opened the last line with five strikes in a row but spared three times before striking again. His 240, however, was the best line of the day. Rybolt scored a 576 for KU. Other Jayhawk scores were 525 by Don Kahl, W by Bob Bowersock and 383 by Hal Bunch. The Jayhawks opened with a 914 line, compared to 878 for Ottawa. KU won the second line, 879-871 and, with Hays' 240 rolled a 981 closing line to far outdistance Ottawa Bowl's 866. Scores by other Ottawans were 496 by Newt Brown, 454 by B. Hull and 491 by Jim Snider. In other weekend bowling activity, Bienie's Garage scored a handsome 2704 series to beat People's National Bank, 3-1, in the Grand Champions League last night at the Ottawa Bowl. Individual Bienie's scores were 573 by Virgil Bien, 536 by G. Bowman, 556 by D. Wieneke, 486 by D. Killion and 553 by Leroy Bien. A. Knoeppel scored a 583 with a 224 line for Peoples Na- are winners of men's leagues last year at the Ottawa Bowl. Two youngsters posted good 2- lines series in last week's R&M Midget session at the Ottawa Bowl. Craig Davis scored 361 for the Side Swipers, 3-0 victor over the Splinters. D. Kersley rolled a 302 for the Scatterbrains, 2-1 winner over the Timber Tumblers. Team results and individual scores in the above-mentioned matches and in the Saturday mixed leagues at the Ottawa Bowl appear elsewhere on this page. Give Up Homeland To Play Baseball By JOE REICHLER Associated Press Sports Writer TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) - "My name is Enrique Gazmuri. I *m 17 years old. I was born in Matanzas, Cuba. I want to be a professional baseball player and I could not do this in Cuba. They would not let me leave for the United States. One night last summer, with three other men, I took College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS East Seton Hall 78, Georgetown (D.C.) 76 Fordham 71, New York U. 68 Princeton 64, Columbia 55 Pern 92, Cornell 86 (ot) Yale 56, Harvard 52 Providence 855, Holy Cross 67 Villanova 63, LaSalle 47 St. Francis (N.Y.) 63, lona 59 Canisius 88, St. Bonaventure 72 Boston Coll. 59, Boston U. 57 St. John's (N.Y.) 76, Manhattan 63 Brown 66, Dartmouth 48 Perm St. 75, Rutgers 72 Mass. 94, Maine 76 Bucknell 95, Colgate 84 Lafayette 72, Delaware 61 South Miss. St. 75, Miss. 72 Vanderbilt 75, Georgia Tech 74 Auburn 74, Alabama 67 (OT) Creighton 95, Memphis St. 70 Tenn. 63, Kentucky 55 Louisville 73, Ohio U. 49 Georgia 79, Florida 77 Midwest Cincinnati 66, St. Louis 52 Wichita 73, Chicago Loyola 72 Ohio State 95, Purdue 75 Michigan 84, Illinois 81 Bradley 72, Notre Dame 68 Kansas St. 56, Oklahoma St. 54 Marquette 80, Xavier (Ohio) 67 Bowling Green 95, Duquesne 59 Minnesota 105, Indiana 73 Wisconsin 92, Mich. St. 89 (OT) Pitt 74, Miami (Ohio) 64 Northwestern 76, Iowa 66 Oklahoma 77, Nebraska 75 Drake 89, Washington (St. Louis) 58 Detroit 58, Chicago U. 50 DePaul 88, W. Kentucky 86 Southwest Tex. Western 62, Air Force 45 New Mexico 84. Brigham Yng 99 Rice 83, TCU 76 Baylor 73, SMU 72 Far West Oregon St. 74, Washington St. 65 Seattle 78, Oregon 71 Colorado St. 67, Utah State 60 Stanford 60, Southern Cal 58 UCLA 80, Washington 52 Utah 92, Wyoming 90 (OT) Idaho 106, Montana St. 79 Tournaments Championship Duke 68, Wake Forest 57 Southern Conference Championship West Virginia 79, Davidson 74 Ohio Conference Championship Wittenberg 64, Akron 46 Middle Atlantic Conference College Division Championship Hofstra 65, Susquehanna 50 Consolation . Drexel 61, Haverford 56 OTTAWA BOWL 418V 3 N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 OBAND CHAMPION Peoples National Bank—1 1st 3nd 3rd Ttl, A. Gilbert 161 173..313 846 R. Davis 182 1M 193 934 A. Bennett 136 13t 146 431 A. Knoeppel 934 175 184 183 Lichtenberger . . .161 137 171 488 Bienles Carafe * Body Shop—S V. Bien 300 183 1»0 573 O. Bowman 171 1(7 181 536 D. Wleneke .. .... 187 238 161 558 D. Killion 161 148 177 486 L. Bien 161 183 180 553 ft ft M MIDGETB Splinters—* T. Usher D. Mudriek .. .... J. Mclntosh .. ..... 8. Suits 8. Bell Bide Swlperi—1 It. Bell C. Hettler E. Montgomery B. Richeion C. Davis Scatterbralns— % D. Kersley W. Dennlston B. Van Cleavt R. Campbell .. C. Nitcber .. Timber T»m»Ur«—I H. Suits J. Moody D. Bien J. Johnson .. 8. Salb The Sleepers—* P. Foster J. Salb A. Dennlston D. Oumm Deuce* Wild—8 N. Richeson J. Bauer O. Hettler J. ateinman A. Campbell 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. 107 130 337 .108 124 333 78 78 156 7t 73 151 13t 121 350 134 103 137 80 85 110 118 87 161 181 160 142 86 42 80 67 lit 110 50 69 77 96 65 99 78 4* 72 69 111 109 82 81 73 106 93 83 133 13* 64, 1'JS 136 132 157 139 93 113 133 123 337 217 305 205 303 138 157 239 119 173 164 127 141 330 163 178 176 355 169 368 296 305 344 MTVBOAT NIGHT Kim ri»*-j 1st D. Clotlelter 131 I. Clotfelter 98 8. Richardson 96 J. Richardson 164 All? Cats—1 O. Bond .. 13* A. Bond 65 E. Mathlas 116 X. MoFadden 161 •UNSET* 2nd 3rd Ttl. 159 104 394 194 114 406 •8 83 276 135 133 411 111 15* 404 73 61 181 134 114 364 14J 164 45T Climbers—4 £• Thuro 139 101 92 332 g- Jhuro 141 lie 136 383 R. Hoover no »l 1» 354 L. Hoover 133 «l 139 193 Pla Lvgcere—• D. Toumberlln .... 103 10| 9* 307 O. Toumberlln .. .. 155 131 143 439 O. Suits «6 U M 358 B-Bond 147 161 133 431 The Boilers—8 A- »J«V» 138 133 Ml 433 £• Miller 113 130 115 348 C. Hall 149 138 155 433 »• Hall 146 127 309 483 Downdraftt—1 A. Dodd 181 160 171 513 J. Dodd 93 130 9* 313 V. Dodd 155 138 109 403 C. Dodd 90 153 180 433 BATUBDAY HODNiaHTEBS Alley Cats—1 lit and 3rd Ttl. H. Henslek 103 156 183 443 C. Henslek 96 113 136 335 M. Hopkins .. ..... 130 111 119 360 A. Hopkins 148 137 141 416 Alley Bate—S B. Burgoon 1'03 107 « 3*8 Tarpey 140 146 139 415 B. Mudriek .. ..... 106 163 133 3*3 D. Mudriek 117 137 110 314 The Boilers—« B. Cromwell 106 77 104 387 W. Cromwell 141 101 134 366 3. Foster 113 109 114 336 C. Foster .. 143 137 168 441 8U» Happy r««r—1 D. Dcnnlston .. ... H 114 K* 318 B. Dennlston 98 110 116 314 D. Dennlston .. .... 87 93 138 334 Brwuwiek Kidt—1 U. Reefer 141 IN 139 434 A. Keefer 174 144 1*8 471 C. Dillon Ill 130 88 389 D. Dillon 130 150 IN 4*0 C»t oil cimfc—» R Kamp. 314 171 17* 870 U. Kamp 11* 133 141 3*» B. McDanieli 163 111 1*83*1 C. MoDanlels 180 183 1*8 841 SPECIAL HATCH KMIM Diversity • 1st 3nd 3rd Ttl. O. Kabl 187 IN 183 535 B, Bowersock ..... 163 160 1M M H. Bunch 208 1*4 1*0 68J T. Hays 155 1*9 340 884 D. Rybolt ail 1*0 Ml HI Ottawa B«wl-* H. Kramer 1*8 18* lit 837 N. Brown 141 303 14* 4*6 B. Hull Ml 13* 147 4M 3, Snider 14* IN 193 4*1 R. K»mp 334 *>l W *47 Baseball Notes Mets Fire Gene By TED MEIER Associated Press Sports Writer Veteran Gene Woodling was Fired by the New York Mets and Detroit rookie pitcher Bill Faul was knocked unconscious by a batted ball on Sunday, but the big news to major league baseball fans this week is the opening of the spring exhibitiin schedule. All 20 big league clubs will go into actual competition on Saturday for the first time since the end of the 1962 pennant races last October. In the top games the world champion New York Yankees meet the Baltimore Orioles at Fort Lauderdale, Fla. and the National League champion San Francisco Giants play the Cleveland Indians at Tucson, Ariz. The Mets asked waivers on Woodling, a 135,000 player-coach, for the purpose of making him a free agent because he intervened Friday on behalf of first baseman Marv Throneberry in Throneberry's contract dispute with George Weiss, Met president "I got in an agitation and I got fired," Woodling said. Faul, a 22-year-old right-hander from Pleasant Plain, Ohio, was standing in right field at the Detroit camp in Lakeland, Fla. when a line drive from the bat of Mike Christino hit him in the head. He regained consciousness before being taken to a hospital. X-rays showed no skull fracture, but trainer Jack Home! said the rookie pitcher, up from Knoxville, had suffered a concussion. Whitey Ford, southpaw pitching star for the Yankees, was sharp in an intrasquad game Sunday. He retired nine batters in a row before yielding a hit. Don Cardwell also showed well for the Pirates, pitching two perfect innings and veteran Johnny Podres retired six in a row in a Dodger game. Outfielder Lenny Green signed with the Minnesota Twins for a reported $22,000 and pitcher Jim Bouton came to terms with the Yankees for an estimated $9,500. a rowboat and escaped to Florida." "My name is Antonio Martinet. [ am 21.1 was born in Matanxas, Cuba. I have been a professional ball player in the United States lac three years. Two years ago the Cuban government announced that Cuban players would not b« permitted to play in the United States. We went to Mexico to play in the Federation Baseball League. I managed to get a visa there and came to the United States. "My name is Pedro Ramos. I wil be'28 next month. I was born in Pinar, Cuba. I have been in the major leagues since 1959. When I learned that I would not be permitted to leave my country to play here again, I decided to remain in the United States. I have been living with my family in Florida for the past two years." Gazmuri, Martinez and Ramos are members of the Cleveland Indians. Ramos, of course, has Jong been established as one of the American League's outstanding pitchers. The veteran right-hand- er, acquired in a trade with Minnesota last April, posted a 10-12 record with the Indians last season. Ramos, whose cigar factory was confiscated when he failed to return to his native country, also has parents in Cuba. The veteran right-hander received the surprise of his life last December when ha returned to his Miami apartment and there found his sister, brother-in-law and nephew. Pet« had no inkling that they would be among those aboard the refugee boat from Havana. "That was the first time in my life that I cried, I Hunk," said Ramos. "I was so happy. My sister had to give up her home, car and all her belongings to com* here, but it was worth it. "New if we could only get my mother here I'll be the happiest man in the world." The Herald pays |5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. Truck Recapping Get your truck tires in shape now for Spring Work! GILLILAND'S Recapping — Vulcanizing Ri 4, Ottawa Ph. Centropolis 6 For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobflM See Dean Berlin, Agent Itt E. Second Phone CH 2-J8W BATTERY WEAK? 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