The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 7, 1963 · Page 3
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Barnett Would Keep State Out Of Integrated Tourney JACKSQN, Miss. (^-Obstacles continued to mount today in the path of Mississippi State's participatin in the National Collegiate basketball tournament with Gov. Ross Barnett firmly in opposition to the Maroons' going to the desegregated competition. "Personally, I feel that it is not for the best interest of Mississippi State University, the State of Mississippi, or either of the races," the governor said in a statement Wednesday that ended five days of waiting for his word. Mississippi State earned a place in the NCAA championships by winning the Southeastern Conference championship, a title it has won or shared four of the last five years. Each time in the past Mississippi State has declined the invitation to compete because of the state's unwritten law against competition against teams with Negro players. If Mississippi State goes into the tournament, it will play its first game in the Mideast Regional at East Lansing, Mich., March 15 against the winner of a first round game matching Loyola of Chicago and the Ohio Valley Conference champion. Loyola has several Negro players including All America Jerry Harkness. Loyola, ranked fifth in the country, will be favored to beat the OVC champion—either Morehead, Ky., or Tennessee Tech, setting up a game with Mississippi State. Most of the other teams in the 25-team NCAA tournament have Negro players. Cincinnati, the defending NCAA champion, has three Negroes on its starting five. If Mississippi State follows past custom and declines, runner-up Georgia Tech will take its place as the SEC representative. Barnett added his name to the list of opponents to Mississippi State's participation that also includes the Citizens Council and several legislators. Behind participation are President D. W. Col vard of the University, the team, the faculty, and Coach Babe McCarthy. Bowling Roundup Cecil's 610 High, But Todd And Texaco Stage Thriller Cecil Wolgast led men bowlers on three league fronts last night, rolling a 610 on lines of 192-225-193 for Royal T. Lanes in the Booster League at the Royal T. But the Todd Mobile Homes and Texaco played the most thrilling team match, rolling in the Commercial League at the Ottawa Bowl Lanes. Todd's won it, 3-1, beating Texaco, 2676-2604, •cratch. The Todd scores included 573 by Homer Kramer, 561 by Jules Doty, 517 by Red Shofner, 515 by Jay Todd and 510 by Bill Wenthe. G. Page led Texaco with 549, followed by G. Page with 542 and Al Knoeppel with 532. Wolgast's 610 helped his Royal T team to a 3-1 victory over Kitty Clover. Other high men scorers were C. Stirckland with 572 for Kersley's Cowboys, who lost, 3-1, to Blakesley Brake Service in the Commercial League; G. Bowman with 579 for Bienie's Garage, and D. Hall with 573 for Bennett Creamery in the Twilight League at the Ottawa Bowl. Bienie's beat Bennett, 3-1. Tliere were good scores in the Wednesday Night Ladies League at the Royal T, with Ruth Mock posting a 511 top series and Sue Wolgast rolling a 200 for high game honors. Ruth's series helped Towner's •weep four points from Beller Studio, and Sue sparked her Wright Studio team to a 4-0 sweep over Meadow Gold. Wright's, in first place, kept the same margin over second-place Moore's Chevrolet which swept four points from First National Bank. Other high women's scores were 491 by Glenna Lu Whitacre for Moore's and B. Leach's 490 for Wright's. 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 Leagues. WEDNESDAY NIGHT LADIES Peoples National Bank—3 High 10-30 — V. Hoffman, 176-464 Kaniai State Bank—1 High 10 — M. Mueller, 163 High 30 — O. Honn, 436 Wright'* Studio—4 High 10 — Sue Wolgast, 200 High 30 — B. Leach, 490 Meadow Gold—* High 10-30 — M. Cady, 172-423 Moore's Chevrolet—I High 10-30 — 0. Whitacre, 186-491 First National Bank—0 High 10-30 — B. Moody, 161-407 Towner's—4 High 10-30 — R. Mock, 181-511 Bcllcr Studio—0 High 10-30 — P. Crockett, 1TO-405 Romstedt's Grocery—I! High 10 — Zeilsdorf, 179 High 30 — Zeilsdorf ft Conrad, 453 Petrex of Texas—1 High 10-30 — H. Oglp. 155-387 K of A wonderful, washable, low- luster finish for your walls. Dozens ot lovely colors to choose from! Easy to apply with brush or roller! No unpleasant odor... covers most any surface with one coat! Washes from tools with plain water! As Lew As JA54 6 Gil. Only $2.03 Qt. SUFFRON GLASS CO. 418 N. Main BOOSTER LEAGUE C No. 2—4 High 10 — J. Schulte, 204 High 30 — Fr. Beier, 553 Robertson Motor—0 High 10-30 — A. Michel, 168-421 Mllle's—3 High 10-30 — D. Mille, 198-469 Hank's Sinclair—1 High 10 — Cady, 176 High 30 — Lefler, 468 K of C No. 3—4 High 10-30 — McLaughlln, 180-508 Princeton—0 High 10-30 — Stockard, 181-473 High 10-30 — Miller, 239-533 K of C No. 1—0 High 10-30 — Harkins, 172-466 Royal T Lanes—3 High 10-30 — C. Wolgast, 225-619 Kitty Clover—1 High 10-30 — Hopkins, 174-451 A Battle For Scoring Honors NEW YORK (AP)-Nick Werkman of Seton Hall, and Barry Kramer of New York University are locked in a duel for the major college individual scoring championship that should go down to the last game of the season. Werkman, a junior who has held the lead all season, was held to 14 points Wednesday night in Seton Hall's 71-64 loss to Villanova. His average dipped to 29.7 points a game, the first time this season it had gone below 30. Kramer, also a junior, is just behind with 29.2. Each has one more game to play in the regular season. Kramer, however, also has action in the NCAA postseason tournament—which counts toward the title—while Workman's season is over Saturday. Pro Basketball Wednesday's Results Los Angeles 106, Cincinnati 97 Chicago 121, San Francisco 111 Today's Games New York at Syracuse Boston at Detroit Friday's Games St. Louis at New York Boston at Chicago San Francisco vs. Detroit at Fort Wayne Beveled and Piain Edge MIRRORS For Any Room in Your Home STJFFRON Glass Co. 418 N Main Ph CH 2-2515 GROUND BEEF Young Beef Liver Lb . 59c Pork Cutlets .. .Lb. Swift's ProTen Round Steak CRACKERS 79c Lb. Swift's Premium Bacon 49c Shurfine s ;: DRESSING.ql. Advertising BOOK MATCHES 3 Pkgs. 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Jack Stephenson, Mrs. Veron Bear and Mrs. Roland Lolar. About 50 were present. Club Forecast Friday SENIOR CLUB, Youth Center Music Club Entertained Davis Bennett entertained Merry Notes music club Wednesday evening at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Bennett, Jr. Giving memory recitals were Ann Ziegler and Davis Bennett who received awards from the club sponsor, Mrs. M. A. Welty. Robin Mohr and Bradley Grier, guests, and other members played piano solos, and Barbara Bennett, guest, played a violin solo. Members did written theory work. Mrs. Bennett, Barbara and Davis, served refreshments to the 21 members and guests present. Program On Youth Mrs. S. M. Brockway and Mrs. Rex Christie were in charge of the topic, "Who's Listening?" for Westminster United Presbyterian Woman's Association meeting Wednesday afternoon. The program was related to youth; the thoughts and problems of young people of today. Members joined in a discussion of the subject. 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