The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 8, 1963 · Page 2
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Friday, March 8, 1963
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GRAB THAT REBOUND — Controlling ball is Cox (53) of Shawnee Mission West in crucial part of game that saw Ottawa lose 51-49. Outjumped is Roy Dunn (24). Waiting under basket is Mourning (55) of Shawnee. (Herald Photo ) Indians All Chiefs In Regional Rout COUNCIL GROVE — Pomona High's never - cease -to • amaze Indians will meet host Council Grove here at 9 tonight with a Regional Class B championship, and the state tournament berth that goes with it, at stake. The Indians were all chiefs last night as they socked Roosevelt Of Emporia, 62-47, in one of the semi-finals. Council Grove beat Rttey County, 55-45, with Wray •coring 22 points for the Grove, in the other. Last night's losers will shoot for third place at 7:30 tonight. Coach Carlin Nalley again had balanced scoring from his five starting Chiefs. Newcomer to the first five, Doug Regester, replacing injured Mike Lindsey in the lineup, scored 14 points, 12 in the first half, and gave Pomona board control. Roger Shoemaker was top scorer for Pomona with 18 points Rounding out the major scoring were Bernie Nelson with 12, Richard Altic with 10 and Jim Goracke with 7. So thoroughly was the beating with Pomona outscoring Roosevelt in every quarter, that the Emporians collected 23 fouls in their fight from behind. And the Indians made them pay for it hitting a superb 24 of 29 from the free throw line. That's better than 82 per cent. Pomona managed to hold the Emporians in check with little fouling, committing only 7 and giving Roosevelt only five points from the free throw line. Long led the Roosevelt scoring with 14 points. Pomona shot into last night's semi-final with 70-57 Wednesday night victory over St. Mary's. Here's last night's scoring: POMONA — 62: Nelson, 3 6 2; Goracke, 233; Shoemaker, 5 8 0; Regester, 621; Altic, 340; Crawford, 001; Watts, 0 1 0. Totals, 19 24 7. ROOSEVELT - 47: Stiple, 2; Hollingshead, 2 0 4; Long, 0 3; Kern, 134; Coffland, 3; Moore, 201; Sullivan, 01 McGlinn, 002; Swanson, 0 0 Woolington, 002. Totals, 21 5 23. Score by quarters: Pomona . • . .15 14 16 17-62 Roosevelt ... 9 9 13 16-47 CH 2-4700 * * * * * * Regional Results *u HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Class AA (Semi-finals) At Topeka Topeka 71, Atchison 49 Hayden 51, Lawrence 50 Osborne 57, Lebaonon 48 At Gardner Eudora 71, Spring Hill 58 LeRoy 67, Tonganoxie 46 At Manhattan Wasburn Rural 49, Manhattan 42 Salina 48, Junction City 47 At Shawnee Mission North Shawnee Mission West 51, Ottawa 49 * Shawnee Mission North 56, Fort Scott 45 (First Round) At Parsons Coffeyville 41, lola 38 Chanute 54, Independence 35 Pittsburg 52, Altamont 39 At Campus Wichita South 57, Arkansas City 50 Derby 58, Winfield 43 Campus 60, Wellington 42 At Great Bend McPherson 48, Garden City Dodge City 61, Great Bend Hays Cadets 65, Uberal 56 Class A (Semi-finals) At Buhler Lamed 63, Ellinwod 44 Buhler 37, Lyons 31 At Neodesha Neodesha 51, Baxter Springs 37 Columbus 51, Girard 49 At Russell Hays 58, Beloit 49 Russell 67, Norton 45 At Osawatomie Humboldt 71, De Soto 44 Garnett 63, Shawnee St. Joseph 49 At Scott City Scott City 63, Colby 52 GoodJand 49, Ulysses 40 At Effingham Marysville 71, Immaculata 63 Bonner Springs 75, Maur Hill 60 Class B (Semi . finals) At Council Grove Council Grove 34, Riley County 54 Pomona 62, Roosevelt 47 At Palco Hill City 71, Victoria 63 At Erie Midway 47, Anna 39 Oswego 33, Madison 51 At Lakin Mullinville 60, Kinsley Elkhart 46, Leoti 39 42 At Moundridge Peabody 49, Moundridge 44 Halstead 42, Sterling 41 At Pretty Prairie Haven 72, Conway Springs 50 Goddard 58, Clearwater 49 Class BB (First Round) At Montezuma Garfield 43, Deerfield 33 Montezuma 54, Shallow Water 32 (Semi-finals) At Sylvia Alden 59, Mt. Hope 35 Sylvia 77, Norwich 64 At Hoyt Axtell 26, Soldier 25 Corning 49, Denison 37 At Beverly Dwight 45, Tescott 36 Lucas 67, Bennington 57 At Rosalia Durham 59, Hamilton 49 Cassoday 65, Burden 49 At Jewell Portis 60, Cuba 49 Alton 52, Esbon 47 At Greeley Melvern 56, Fontana 39 Fulton 63, Hartford 61 At Morland Herndon 48, Winona 46 Prairie View 67, Gove 65 Tractor Tire Vulcanizing Foster Farm Service 'Cooper Tf*£|| ^ir** GILLILAND'S Recapping - Vulcanizing Rt 4, Ottawa Ph Centropolis C Cyclones Fall In Semi-Final Facing Fort Scott For Third By CONRAD DOWNING Shawnee Mission West's Vikings have the fever — the upset fever, that is, and the latest victims are the Ottawa Cyclones, top-seeded team in the SM North regional tournament. Last night West scrambled the Cyclones, 51-49, to give the Vikings a shot at the Class AA regional title and a trip to the state tourney at Wichita. Ironically, the Vikes downed three of the toughest foes in the tourney by identical scores. Sumner and Ottawa were felled in the current regional while Shawnee Mission North dropped a 5149 decision to West earlier this season. In other action, S-M North, the No. 2 seed, toppled Fort Scott, 56-45, and will get the chance for the championship tonight at 8. Last night's loss left Coach H. K. Stevens' Reds with a 14-6 record and one more chance to add another trophy to the season's collection. However, the reward can only be for third place in the regional. Ottawa will take the court against Fort Scott in the evening's opener for the final Cyclone tilt of the year. Harry Morton set the pace for Ottawa with a 19-point first half effort and finished with 26 for the top scoring job in the tournament. However, the big 6-6 scorer lacked enough offensive support to overcome the Vikings. Ronnie Mendell scored 8; Roy Dunn, Jim Lewis, 6, and Eddie Davidson 2 to round out the scoring. Ottawa was tough throughout the first half and the third quarter, but Dave Stryker came back to hit the last five points for the Vikings to defeat the Reds. Both teams hit well in the first frame as the score was tied three times before Morton arched in a fielder and a charity to gain a 14-12 quarter lead. Tom Oglesby, the unheralded shooter, tore the Cyclone zone apart with three driving layups to hit six points in the opener. Lewis boosted the second quarter scoring with a 2-2 effort from the field to aid Dunn's three points and Morton's 11. By the halftime, the Reds held a 32-26 lead. The Cyclones only committed three fouls in the first half and those-were whistled on Dunn, a player who only had 23 called on him over a 19-game route. With the Vikings' Stryker and Sharbutt playing some tough offense, West utilized its five goals to advantage, the underdogs had pulled within three points, 43-40, by the end of the third. Sharbutt was the offensvie plug with a hot three of four shooting. Shawnee Mission West had Morton well covered during the third quarter as he only nailed down three points, and the Vikings managed to keep the ball away from the top Red scorer most of the time in the final canto. Sharbutt and Oglesby brought West up to a 44-43 deficit, Roy Dunn hit a 2 pointer to put the Reds up to a 46-43 advantage. Minutes later, Greg Henry and Dave Mourning combined for a 3-point play as Henry hit the front end of a 1-and-l but missed the second. Mourning was ready and turned the errant toss into a goal and a 46-46 tie with 5:36 left to play. At the 4:08 mark, Stryker hit a long jump shot to pull West ahead, 48-46, for the first time since the first five minutes. Ot- tawa worked the ball in to 64 Morton who put the Cyclones even at 48 all. Shawnee Mission took advantage of the foul situs- tion as Stryker hit a free throw but missed the second to lead 49-48. With 1:37 left, Stryker again stepped up for a pair of charities and sank them for a 51-48 margin. Harry Morton came back with a single charity, since the Cyclones were never able to move into the 1-and-l situation, and that's where the score stayed. The Vikings managed to stall the ball to the bitter end. West controlled the rebounds with 24-20 edge. Ottawa's top rebounding duo, Dunn and Morton, were held in check with Dunn getting into the column in the final stanza. Morton led the grabs with seven and got good support from Lewis with six. Baseball Schedule EXHIBITION BASEBALL By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Saturday's Games Cincinnati vs. Chicago (A) at Sarasota (N) at Vero Beach Kansas City vs. Milwaukee at West Palm Beach New York (N) vs. St. Louis at St. Petersburg Pittsburgh vs. Philadelphia at Clearwater Boston vs. Chicago (N) at Mesa Houston vs. Los Angeles (A) at Palm Springs San Francisco vs. Cleveland at Tucson Baltimore vs. New York (A) at Fort Lauderdale Detroit vs. Minnesota at Orlando Sunday's Games Chicago (A) vs. Cincinnati at Tampa Los Angeles (N) vs. Milwaukee at West Palm Beach New York (N) vs. St. Louis at St. Petersburg Philadelphia vs. Pittsburgh at Fort Myers Chicago (N) vs. Boston at Scottsdale Houston vs. Los Angeles (A) at Palm Springs Cleveland vs. San Francisco at Phoenix New York (A) vs. Baltimore at Miami Minnesota vs. Detroit at Lakeland Kansas City vs. Washington at Pompano Beach Taylor Says He's Better BATON ROUGE, La. (AP)"Yeah, I'm getting a little stronger, but not enough for strenuous work yet," drawled Jimmy Taylor in his easy Louisiana voice. The all-National Football League fullback of the Green Bay Packers walked out of a hospital Jan. 21, recovering from hepatitis —a virus liver affliction. Taylor, 27, said the doctor "says I'm clear of the infection, and I don't expect it will affect me in any way next season." Taylor said he probably will have to stick to light activity another six weeks to two months. "I hope to be back in full strength in time for the All-Star Game in Chicago next August," Taylor commented. Try A Set of Our Factory Bonded BRAKE SHOES We are equipped to Hone Brake Cylinders Turn Brake Drums Wagner-Lockheed BRAKE FLUID EIS BRAKE REPAIR KITS (The Kit with Expanders) HARRY SMITH AUTO SUPPLY 110 S. Main CH 2-1522 No Dry Eyes After Poem By Clay, But It Was Smoky By JIM BECKER Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)-Can Cassius fight like he can write? That was a burning question today in Greenwich Village, still rocking from the invasion of Cassius Marcellus Clay, the self-proclaimed next heavyweight champion of the world. The decision is still out on the poetry reading contest in a Village coffee house, where Clay was pitted against a group of beatnik poets running heavy to beards and drooping black stockings. It appeared to boil down to whether as a fighter Clay is a pretty good poet, or whether as a poet he is a pretty good fighter. Clay invaded a coffee house deep in the wilds of the Village,. to read an ode or two and call attention to his 10-round fight next Wednesday night at Madison Square Garden against Doug Jones. "This boy likes to mix. "He will go in six," quoth Cassius, as a warmup. He made the scene—a dungeon where there are at least 1.4 guitars for every person—at lunch time, just as a collection of beats, sports writers and other social outcasts were devouring a repast of cole slaw and chicken wings off paper plates. A well-shaped young lady with eyes the color of fragile china and a matted mess of greasy brown hair read a poem dedicated to Cassius. He responded by reading his poem, dedicated to Cassius. Being a boy with an eye to the future, he wound up this way: "Marcellus vanquished Carthage, Cassius laid Julius Caesar low, "And Clay will flatten Douglas Jones with a mighty, measured blow, "So when the gong rings and the referee sings out "The Winner!' "Sonny Liston will fall, "And Cassius Marcellus Clay will be the noblest Roman of them all." When he finished, there were few dry eyes in the house. It was pretty smoky in there. Bowling Roundup Ralph Still Rolling And So Is Pepsi The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. Ralph Kampschroeder has it in for the pins these days, and this spelled trouble for Ottawa Bowl last night. Ralp rolled a 633 with 176, 256 (wow!) and 201 as his Pepsi-Cola five scored a 2692-pin, 3-1 victory over the Ottawa Bowl team last night in the Classic League at the Ottawa Bowl Lanes. He scored 647 for an Ottawa Bowl team against KU Sunday. Edmiston's swept four points from Pence Food Center in the Classic League as A. Gilbert rolled 585 and K. Jones 571 for Edmiston's. • Top rollers in the men's AMF League at the Royal T Lanes were Dave Heckman with a 217 line and 568 series for Conrad's Painters, 3-1 winner over Brown's Hardware, and Hopkins who helped Litwin's to a 4-point sweep over Peterson's Masonry with a 569. The AMF Pepsi crew scored a 2663 series in a 4-point victory over Briscoe Drugs. Cecil Wolgast led the Pepsimen with 560 and received help from B. Pogue, 553; Owen Ogle, 530 and D. Burgoon, 495. The Pepsi team bowled one man shy, while Briscoe had only three members present. Nancy Lollar led the women in Thursday Night Ladies League at the Ottawa Bowl, rolling 490 with a 202 line for Bond's Cleaners. It was fruitless, however, as Bond's lost, 3-1, to Budge's Hardware, paced by V. Ferguson with 473. The hardware girls scored a 2101 series. Marilyn McMillen gave Bienie's Garage a lift with her 195 line and 476 series as the garage- WATER HAULING I GORDON PAUL CH 2-5425 24 Hour Service OTTAWA BOWL 41Sy a N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 THURSDAY LADIES LEAGUE M anu-Bcll—1 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. V. Wallace 146 N. Thrasher lit 146 146 438 145 M 363 V. Dodd .......... Ill 155 153 419 J. Dodd ........... 109 88 67 264 I. Cordle .......... 129 149 134 412 Beautyland— 3 M. Burns ......... 120 124 108 352 J. Isham .......... 145 118 141 404 8. Brill .......... 82 114 123 319 M. Brandon ....... 154 170 153 477 Blenles Oarage * Body Shop— 4 H. Skllling ........ 127 127 121 375 P. Toumberlln .. .. 124 164 142 430 M. McMlllln ...... 195 125 156 476 W. Blen ........... 138 113 103 354 B. Kersley ........ 154 125 128 407 Towneri— 0 E. Crandall ....... 125 125 125 375 A. Allman ......... 100 78 97 275 D. CloUelttr ...... 134 116 96 346 A. Bell ............ 109 81 123 313 E. McDanlal ...... 118 144 158 420 Hund'i CUauers— 1 L. Lollar .......... 13 133 117 343 A. Fredeen ....... 131 119 124 374 I. Harsh .......... 102 135 98 335 J. Bpeer ........... 131 145 147 493 N. Lollar .......... 170 202 118 490 Budge'i Hardware— S V. Foster ......... 148 161 183 473 R. Wleneke ....... 150 136 121 407 L. Kalm .......... 137 125 116 378 P. Kramer ........ 129 107 194 430 H. Wenthe ........ 134 151 413 CLASSIC Pepsi-Cola— 3 1st K. Brown 179 R. Johnson .. ..... 126 B. Hull 177 J. Snider 207 R. Kamp 176 Ottawa Bowl—1 > K. Cordle 168 D. Cordle 176 L. Cordle 163 C. Cordle 162 C. Jackson 198 Ottawa Initiation—1 McPheeters 192 C. Fouler 150 H. Baldwin 139 A. Mletohen 158 W. Jones 158 Kitty Clover—3 L. Akers 154 Thomas 131 B. Hollon 176 K. Hollon 154 Tucker 165 Edmlitons—4 K. Jones 165 D. Griffin ......., 119 C. Worl 112 B. Miller 180 A. Gilbert 306 Feuee Oroc.—0 B. Jones ,. ........ 155 J. Taylor 129 C. Rea 149 O. Fllnsbaugh .. .. 167 W. Flinsbaugh .. .. 190 2nd 3rd Ttl. 178 181 538 177 185 488 124 174 475 164 187 558 256 201 633 171 196 535 195 129 450 167 184 514 168 160 488 167 144 510 135 182 509 125 101 376 148 16tJ 447 156 146 460 144 171 473 163 164 481 123 154 408 140 158 474 157 172 483 178 134 467 205 201 571 170 119 408 136 158 407 178 170 528 194 185 (IS 171 134 460 167 161 457 114 96 359 189 182 538 141 157 488 women swept four points from Towner's. M. Brandon rolled a 477 for Beautyland, 3-1 winner over Mann-Bell Drug. Ellen Speer led the Ottawa High Girls GAA League action at the Royal T this week, rolling a 2- line series of 292 as her Twisters fell, 3-1, to the Splitters. Ellen's 163 line also was tops. All 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: AMP LEAGUE Colbern's—3 High 10 — L. Lemon, 173 High 30 — L. Seller, 460 Dutch Boy Paints—1 High 10 — H. Day, 163 High 30 — T. Htatt, 468 Litwin's—4 High 1'0-30 — Hopkins, 207-569 Peterson's Masonry—0 High 10 — Rader, 167 High 30 — J. Peterson, 469 Conrad's Painters—3 High 10-30 — D. Heckman, 217-568 Brown's Hardware—1 High 10-30 — E. Frltts, 184-531 Blue Moon—4 High 10-30 — J. Moody, 194-511 Cheney's—0 High 10 — G. Honn, 177 High 30 — C. Bell, 465 Pepsi Cola—4 High 10 — B. Pogue, 205 High 30 — C. Wolgast, 560 Briscoe Drags—0 High 10-30 — Mack, 164-453 GAA JUNIORS Pin Topplcrj—3 High 10-30 — L. Wallace, 135-234 Sleepers—0 High 10-30 — B. Heathman Pin Poppers—3 High 10-30 — C. Albers, 153-256 Lane Duffers—0 High 10-30 — O. Davenport, 128-233 Gutter Bugs—S High 10-30 — M. Williams, 126-247 Unpredlctables—0 High 10-30 — K. Ziegler, 141-264 Bopln' Bowlers—2 High 10-30 — P. Rybolt, 123-231 Strikes & Spares—1 High 10-30 — K. Barr, 110-214 Splitters— 9 High 10 — M. Golden, 130 Hight 30 — D. Waymire, 245~ Twisters—1 High 10-30 — E. Speer, 163-29} Four Tied For Lead At Pensacola PENSACOLA, Fla. (AP)-Only three strokes separate the top 33 golfers as the Pensacola Open Golf Tournament enters it second round today. Four pros are bunched in the lead with 67s, seven at 68, and 13 at 69. Nine more are grouped at 70. Leading the pack at the end of the first round were Gary Player, defending champion Doug £ •> ders, Julius, Boros and an 18-year- old unknown, Allan Henning of Johannesburg, South Africa. Henning, whose 67 was the best of his career in competitive play, is playing only by virtue of a sponsor's exemptoin. Player, Sanders, and Henning fired identical cards of 32-35—67 while Boros carded 33-34—67 over the par 36-36—72, 6,380-yard Pen> sacola Country Club course. Player is the leading money winner on the winter tour with earnings of $20,402. Pushing the leaders at 68 wert such regulars as Gay Brewer Jr., Gardner Dickinson Jr., Johnny Pott, Jim Ferrier and Georgt Bayer. Among those with 69s were Arnold Palmer, Bo Wininger, Don Massengale and Harold Kneece. College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS New York U. 56, St. John'* N.Y. 47 Providence 80, Brown 57 Fordham 66, Manhattan 61 Connecticut 92, Syracuse 74 THE OTTAWA HERALD Friday, March 8, 196S For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobile* See Dean Berlin. Agent 109 E Second Phone CH 2-2804 H- Hoses, Auto 5 Garden By Gates fill" E~ S- U-Joints Gaskets, By Republic By Victor Hand Tools, the best 0 By Proto Engines, rebuilt By Kansans Safety Seat Belts, By Golly You Need Them All At HUGHES AUTO PARTS 424 S. 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