The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 7, 1963 · Page 2
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, March 7, IMS PS WOMAN'S WORLD NOW — Lane and Williamsburg girls took over basketball court at Williamsburg yesterday afternoon, the boys having completed their season. (Herald Photo). "That Ain't Bad", Them Being Girls By DICK CRAWFORD WILLIAMSBURG - The girls of Lane and Williamsburg high schools have taken over the basketball courts since the boys have ended the season, and the results of a game yesterday afternoon "ain't bad for girls," one boy commented. The Lane girls beat the Williamsburg lassies, 26-21, in the A team game. Lane got off to a "hot" start with 11 points in the first quarter to Williamsburg's two, but the Williamsburg's girls gained eight points in the second period to Lane's two, and the first half ended with the score, 13-10, Lane's favor. Dibie Williams was high scorer for Lane with 12 points, and Gail Collins led Williamsburg with 14. The Williamsburg girls beat Lane, 9-5, in two quarters of B team action. The game ended after two quarters so the Lane school buses could get everyone back to Lane in time to pick up other students after school. Girls' basketball hasn't been played for several years at Williamsburg, Principal Jack Hobbs said, and yesterday's games were scheduled to test the girls interest in the sport. Hobbs said interest is high and plans are being made to schedule more games next year. There will be no more this year. Pomona High, has had a girls' team this year, and Pomona and Wellsville High have plans to take part next year. Here's the scoring: LANE — 26: Dibie Williams, 5 2 0; Sharon McQuay, 411; Mary Dee Hahn, 210; Janie Kelley, 0 0 1; Margaret Turley, 003; Sally Willie, 001; Maxine Needham, 001; Shirley Hinton, 001; Sharon Borham, 001. Totals. 11 49. WILLIAMSBURG - 21: Gail Collins, 7 0 1; Janice Millikin, 3 0 3; Donna Davis, 002; Kathy Burgess, 010; Linda Seaton, 0 0 2; Jean Reichard, 0 0 2. Totals, 10 1 12. Score by quarters: Lane 2856 Williamsburg 11 2 6 7 Regional Results HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Class AA At Wichita Wichita Southeast 78, Wichita Heights 59 Wichita West 62, Kapaun 34 Augusta 59, Wichita North 56 (overtime) At Shawnee Missouri East Bishop Miege 41, Washington Bethel 38 Ward 62, Turner 49 Shawnee Mission East 47, Rosedale 33 Class A At Salina Wamego 73, Salina St. Johns 39 Clay Center 52, Herington 48 At Osawalomie r-.rrett 53. Bur!ir"f- n 41 Shawnee St. Joseph 69, Osawatomie 68 At Buhler Lyons 57, Pratt 41 Buhler 60, Ellsworth 50 At Ncodesha Girard 50, Galena 36 Columbus 60, Fredonia 45 At Effingham Bonner Springs 68, Haskell 39 Maur Hill 53, Effingham 51 At Scott City Ulysses 79, Atwood 52 Goodland 62, Oakley 43 At Russell Beloit 75, Phillipsburg 63 Hays 64, Hoisington 54 At Valley Center Mulvane 54, Circle 43 Valley Center 48, Kingman 44 Class B At Council Grove Roosevelt 46, Blue Valley 45 Pomona 70, St. Marys 57 i ^^^^^^ ,' At Palco 1 Lebanon 95, Ness City 57 Osborne 74, Lenora 60 At Pretty Prairie Clearwater 55, St. John 41 Goddard 60, Kiowa 58 At Gardner Tonganoxie 80, Wellsville 59 Leroy 68, Linwood 59 At Erie Oswego 57, Sedan 47 Madison 62, Parsons St. Patricks 50 At Lakin Elkhart 57, Ford 38 Leoti 55, Haviland Friends 49 At Moundridge Sterling 52, Centre 44 Halstead 57, Solomon 54 At Blue Rapids Hifj'-land 69, Frankfort 56 Helton 47, Clyde 41 Class BB At Sylvia Norwich 65, Hardtner 51 Sylvia 53, Geneseo 51 At Morland Gove 66, Weskan 64 Prairie View 45, Jennings 44 At Beverly Bennington 69, Paxico 61 Lucas 63, Gypsum 53 At Montezuma Rozel 74, Kismet 48 Moscow 84, Alexander 54 At Jewell Alton 54, Delphos 53 Esbon 46, Mahaska 42 At Greeley Fulton 49, Arcadia 37 Hartford 81, Westphalia 74 At Hoyt Corning 53, Fairview 32 Denison 50, Circleville 43 At Rosalia Burden 64, Toronto 42 Cassoday 49, Galva 3d Favor Palmer At Pensacola PENSACOLA, Fla. (AP)-Long- hitting Arnold Palmer, who fired a six-under-par 66 in Wednesday's pro-amateur is favored to win the $25,000 Pensacola Open tournament starting today. Palmer, who said he could have shot 62 or 63 Wednesday, took home a total of $510. The tournament will be played over the par 36-36—72, 6,412 yard Pensacola Country Club course. One of golfdom's big three, Jack Nicklaus, was forced to withdraw Tuesday when his physician called him back to Columbus, Ohio, for further treatment of the bursitis that has been bothering him all winter. Nicklaus, one of the favorites in the tourney, left as Palmer's biggesf challengers Gary Player, runnerup in 1961, and Bo Wininger. who took $6,400 top money last week in New Orleans for the second straight year. Eagles Bow To Tough^ Tonganoxie By A. I. VAN CLEAVE GARDNER — The sands ran out here last night on the Wellsville High Eagles who had burst forth from a rather mediocre season to be a tough contender in Class B playoffs. The Eagles bowed to a salty Tonganoxie team, 80-59, in the Class B regional tournament underway here. Leroy beat Linwood, 68-59, in the other game. On tap tonight are Spring Hill vs. Eudora at 7:30 and Tonganoxie vs. Leroy at 9. Spring Hill and Eudora won preliminaries Tuesday night. A crowd of 1100 people watched the Wellsville-Tonganoxie game in Gardner's attractive, spacious gymnasium. David Beasley played superbly for the Eagles until he left the game on fouls in the fourth quarter. He hit 12 free throws and five fielders for 22 points, and his shooting kept the Eagles in the game in the first half. But the Eagles simply were no match for "Tonga" whose tricky but accurate passing and deadly shooting should take the team far up into the regional, if not state elimination. Richard Sparks hit 14 field goals to go with three free throws for 31 points for Tonganoxie. Don Good with 13 and Delon Jacoby with 11 shot well, particularly in the last half, to keep Tonganoxie from making it embarrassing. The Eagles were down by. 11 points, 37-26, at halftime. Gary Rader hit a free throw to open the third and pull Wellsville within 10. Then the lid blew off. With only 3 minutes, 54 seconds gone in the third, Tonganoxie had made it 47-27. Charles Jarrett gave the aggressive Tonganoxie boys real punch under the boards. He scored 11 points. The Eagles can point with pride to the close of this basketball season. And it didn't look that way for awhile. They won only one game during the regular season. But they set the Louisburg district tourney ablaze, slugging into the finals and playing Spring Hill in overtime before taking second. The Wellsville showing will give Coach Al Williams, who has resigned, pleasant memories to take into the grocery business he will enter in Oklahoma. Here's last night's scoring: TONGANOXIE - 80: Conway, 2 0 2; Melton, 2 0 0; Rose, 11 0; Sparks, 14 3 1; Andrews, 0 3 3; Curry, 0 0 1; Jarrett, 4 3 3; Love, 533; McKinsey, 6 2 3. Totals, 34 12 16. WELLSVILLE - 59: Coughlin, 213; Rader, 201; Good, 61 2; Beasley, 5 12 5; Jacoby, 4 3 3; Coffey, 020. Totals, 21 17 17. U.S. Enters r Pan-American "NEW YORK (AP)-Some 380 athletes will represent the United States in the Pan American Games in Sao Paulo, Brazil, April 20-May 5. The U.S. Olympic Committee said the team actually will be larger than the one planned for the Tokyo Olympics in 1964 because of certain extra events on the Pan American program, including women's bas- ietball and synchronized swimming. The team, being formed now, will begin to assemble in Miami April 14. The Herald pays $5 every week For the best news tip turned in by a reader. WATER HAULING GORDON PAUL CH 2-5425 24 Hour Service WHERE TO GO NOW-Wellsville's Bill Coughlin debates whether to attempt pass to Don Good (21) or to a more open Gary Rader (53) in regional tournament game with Tonganoxie at Gardner last night. Defenders are Ronnie Melton (11) Dave McKinsey (nearest camera) and Charles Jarrett (extreme left). Tonganoxie won, 80-59. (Herald Photo). Name CIC All-Stars TOPEKA (AP)—Co-champions Fort Hays State and Emporia State each placed two men on the Central Conference's 1962-63 all - star first team picked by coaches and sports information directors. Named were Herb Stange arid John Channell, seniors from Fort Hays, and Gary Patterson and Doug Glaysher, Emporia State juniors. Stange and Patterson were unanimous choices and Channell was only one .vote short. Delwin Locke of Pittsburg State and Jerry . Williams of Washburn tied for the other first team position. Both are juniors. Named to the second team were Joe Gillepsie of St. Benedict's, Sam McDowell of Fort Hays, Jon Lloyd of Omaha, Jon Fuquay of Emporia State, and David Holt of Pittsburg State. Given honorable mention were Otho Kelley of St. Benedict's, Bruce Hunter of Omaha, Jerry Couch of Pittsburg, Gregg Gibb of Washburn, Jim Bodge and Tom McKain of Fort Hays, and Joe Neuberger of Omaha. Final statistics showed Stange was the league's leading scorer with an average of 19.1 points in 21 games. Channell was second with 17.9. Channell was the leader in rebounds with an average of 12.9, followed by Stange with 11.3 Locke led free-throwers with a percentage of 84.2. Fort Hays had the highest offensive average with 84.1 points. St. Benedicts had the best defensive record, allowing an average of 65.5. In conference play only, Hays was tops offensively with an 83.0 average and Emporia State showed the top defense, allowing an average of 61.9. College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Louisville 96, East. Kentucky 78 Marquette 74, Creighton 68 Missouri 84, Nebraska 72 Dayton 75, Canisius 64 Cornell at Columbia, canceled, snow Villanova 71, Seton Hall 64 San Francisco 51, San Jose State 46 Pomona Knocks Out St. Mary's, 70-57 COUNCIL GROVE - Pomona High's Indians gave the Franklin County League a tremendous boost here last night, beating St. Mary's, 70-57, in the Class B regional tournament. Roger Shoemaker scored 25 points for Pomona. Pomona faces Roosevelt of Em poria at 9 tonight in the semifinals at Council Grove. Roosevelt's beat Blue Valley, 46-45, last night. Council Grove and Riley County meet at 7:30. Coach Carlin Nalley's Indians, playing without starter Mike Landsey who suffered a fractured foot in practice earlier in the week, were in command from the start, building up a 22-10 first quarter lead. It was 35-22 at halftime, and the Indians outscored St. Mary's again in the third to take a 53-38 lead into the final quarter. In the fourth, the amazing In dians, who astonished the crowds at Lebo last week in playing into overtime before bowing to Osage City in the district finals, were ahead by 22 points on one occasion. Three other Indians hit in the double figures. Richard Altic accounted for 14, Bernie Nelson 13 and Jim Goracke 10. The Indians scored a total of 28 field goals. Franklin County League fans can take great stock in the Indians' district and regional successes. The Indians finished sec- J GILLETTE J «^ Super Power Bar ^ • Tractor Tires • T T See Us for FAST, EFFICIENT TIRE SERVICE on All Tractors! 110 West 4th St Right Down Town T *• S Supply, lac. CH 14436 Try B.O.W. EXPRESS, Inc. for Express Service at Freight Rates Ottawa, Kansas P.O. Box 205 CH 2-5425 Kansas City, Mo. 819 West 25th St. OB 1-4008 B.O.W. Express, Inc. Merle Paul, Pres. and Manager Formerly Densil Cox Truck Line OTTAWA BOWL 41Sy 8 N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 TWILIGHT Western Auto—1 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. I. 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Here's the scoring in the Pomona-St. Mary's game: i POMONA — 70: Shoemaker, 10 5 1; Richard Altic, 620; Nelson, 615; Goracke, 504; Regester, 11 2; Crawford, 023; Langley, 032; Bob Altic, 002; Heidner, 001. Totals, 28 14 19. ST. MARYS - 57: Sparks, 10 5 3; Peterson, 814; Grieshaber, 222; Flannigan, 1 2 2; Mongol 004; Beseau, 0 1 2; Perry, 0 3 1; Heston, Oil; Robinson, I0 1. Totals, 21 15 20. Score by quarters: Pomona 22 13 18 17 St. Marys . . ..10121619 For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobile* See Dean Berlin, Agent 109 E. Second Phone CH J-2804 (MIAMI SAUSASE IPJMMI &wm SUES ME (WHY?) One good reason: Valiant's better 5-year/50,000-mile warranty 1 Valiant has America's longest and best new-car warranty** -an important fact to consider when selecting your next automobile. Add this to Valiant's fresh new styling and performance and you've got the best all-around compact anybody has come up with yet. 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