The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 11, 1963 · Page 2
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HIE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, Mirth U. MM Baseball Notes Mantle Hurt; Yanks Lose Without Him By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer Mickey Mantle is injured again, but the word is that he won't be out long. The superstar centerfielder for tht world champion New York Yankees sustained a pulled groin muscle while warming up before an exhibition game with Baltimore in Miami Sunday. He was scratched from the Yankee lineup and is expected to be out two or three days. The injury is not believed to be serious. "I'm not going to use him, not even as a pinch hitter," Yankee manager Ralph Houk said. "He might hurt himself even worse and be out for four or five days. ARNOLD PALMER Palmer Wins With Birdies PENSACOLA, Fit. (AP)-Once •gain, Arnold Palmer has shown why he is one of the most respected competitors in golf. Trailing by four strokes starting the final round of the Pensacola Open, Palmer collected a fistful of birdies on the front nine and closed with a 5-under-par 67 to win the $25,000 event by two shots Sunday. His 72-hole total of 273 was 15 under par. The victory check of $3,500 left him trailing South Africa's Gary Player by little more than $1,000 for the lead among the year's top money winners. Player finished with a 69 and 275. He tied for second place with Harold Kneece, who skidded to a 73 after taking the third-round lead with a course record-tying 63 Saturday. Player "and Kneece each pocketed $2,050. The $3,500 added to previous 1962 winnings increased Palmer's earnings this year to $21,425. Player still leads with $22,452. * * * PENSACOLA, Fla. (AP)-Leading scorers and their winnings in the. Pensacola Open Golf Tournament: Arnold Palmer, $3.500 69-68-69-67—273 Harold Kneece, $2,050 69-70-63-73—275 Gary Player, $2,050 67-72-67-69-275 Tommy Bolt, $1,500 69-71-68-68-276 Mason Rudolph, $1,150 71-67-71-68-277 Bo Wininger, $1,150 69-70-70-68-277 Johnny Pott, $1,150 68-68-71-70-277 Bob Charles, $1,150 70-70-66-71—277 Dave Ragan, $875 71-70-70-67—278 Doug Sanders, $875 67-73-70-68-278 Julius Boros, $875 67-70-71-70-278 Bob Duden, $875 70-69-68-71-278 If I played him, I know he would go all out and extend himself and fie might aggravate the injury." As usual, with Mantle out, the Yanks lost. A two-run error by rookie third baseman Mike Mathieson let in the tying and winning runs as the Orioles scored a 5-4 triumph, their second straight over the Yankees. Roger Maris tripled and Hector Lopez had a homer for the losers. While the Yanks were fretting about Mantle's new injury, the Los Angeles Dodgers did some mild rejoicing over the comeback bid of lefty Sandy Koufax. Koufax, sidelined with an injury to the index finger on his pitching hand during the Dodgers' collapse in the stretch last season, allowed only two singles—one scratchy— in a three-inning stint against Milwaukee. He struck out three and walked one in the Dodgers 4-2 victory at West Palm Beach. Cincinnati pitchers showed mid season form in a 1-0, 14-inning shutout of the Chicago White Sox in Tampa, one of three games to go to extra innings. Minnesota took Detroit 4-2 in 11 innings al Lakeland, Fla., and Philadelphia shut out Pittsburgh 3-0 in 10 at Fort Myers, Fla. In the others, San Francisco beat Cleveland 10-7, the New York Mets edged St. Louis 7-5, Washing ton defeated Kansas City 7-5 Boston clubbed the Chicago Cubs 12-2 and Houston rallied to take the Los Angeles Angels 7-4. Cincinnati pitchers Bob Purkey Joe Nuxhall, Alan Worthington George McWilliams and Turk Lown combined to limit the White Sox to six hits in the long shutout, Tony Taylor's lOth-inning triple started the Phillies to their triumph and Johnny Caryl's two- run double in the 10th was the winner for Minnesota. Dick Stuart, acquired by Boston in the hopes of providing some right-handed power, had a homer, a triple and a single for the Red Sox while $150,000 bonus baby pitcher Bob Garibaldi got the victory for San Francisco in a couple of the other features. Test Accident "Prevention" MIAMI, Fla. (AP)-The metropolitan sheriff's office begins an electronic accident prevention system today. It works like this: a computer is asked where the next accident is likely to occur. When the machine coughs up an answer, motorcycle officers are rushed to the area to prevent the mishap. Lt. Q. L. Weaver, who has been compiling statistics for weeks says the answers also include what type traffic violation is most likely to cause accidents. The officers plan to wait "a reasonable length of time" at the scene to see if a possible accident develops. A Sour Gift For Rocky ALBANY, N.Y. (AP)-Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller Friday received a "tongue-in-cheek" gift from California Gov. Edmund F Brown—15 pounds of lemon sour balls in a redwood box. Brown, a Democrat, explainet in a letter to New York's top Re publican that the gift was "a sor of consolation prize" because Cal ifornia now claims to be first in population, the place long held by New York, though the figures are in dispute. Brown also included five pounds of candy kisses to take the sting out of the gift and wished Rocke feller "a very sweet future." Insurance On Everything Porter - Spears AGENCY Tom Porter — Phone CH 2-3007 — George Spear* SHARPSHOOTERS — These six trap shooters were among winners in registered shoot at Ottawa Gun Club. From left: Allen Wilhite, Vates Center, Class E with 66 of 100; Bill Weinberg, detective with Johnson County sheriffs office, tie for handicap with 94; D. Ristow, Kansas City, Kans., Class C with 97; L. D. McVey, Kansas City, Mo., tie for handicap with 94; Bob Ristow, Kansas City, Kans., doubles with a nifty 48, and A. F. Davidson, Kansas City, Mo., Class D with 89. Not shown are Gass A winner, G. Fuchs, 97, and Class B winner, H. O'Brym, with 99. (Herald Photo) Morton Top S corer In EKI TOP EKL SCORER - Ottawa's Harry Morton was top scorer in Eastern Kansas League with 16.7 game aver(Herald Photo) By CONRAD DOWNING If Coach H. K. Stevens is high on 6-6 Harry Morton, he has reason to be. The amiable giant has provided Stevens with a high flying center who is one of five reasons Ottawa copped the Eastern Kansas League conference flag and the EKL tournament trophy. In addition to these samples of his worth, Morton led the league with a 16.7 average to win the unofficial scoring race. He pumped in 319 points, a career high, during the season. Morton netted 122 field goals over the rugged 19-game route, along with 75 free throws. His goals came on 271 shots attempted for a 45 per cent shooting average. In the free throw department, he shot a 68 per cent total with 75 of 110 throws. Diminutive Wayne McDonald, Bonner Spring's shotgun shooter, scampered into the scoring hon- BowCing Roundup Kramer A Champ In Champs' Play St. John Leads ABC Singles BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - The lead in classic singles at the American Bowling Congress tournament belonged today to Guy St. John of South Bend, Ind., after being exchanged like a hot potato during the weekend. St. John shot a 684 three-game series Sunday to displace Dick Cochran of Chicago, who had taken the lead Saturday with 682. Bob Leap of Bedford, Ind., who led at the start of the action Saturday with the 672 he rolled Feb. 24, dropped to third place. She Needed A Reminder SALINA (AP) - Mrs. Ralph Brown of Salina got a postcard in the mail but couldn't read it because she had left her eyeglasses at Solomon, Kan., where she operates a store. So she borrowed glasses from a friend who had much the same prescription. The postcard was a reminder from her optometrist to make an appointment to get her eyes checked. Homer Kramer is back B) the groove, and it's trouble for his Grand Champions League foes. Homer scored a 660 series, on lines of 217-233-210, last night as his Todd's Mobile Homes team rolled 2614 and beat Edmiston's, 4-0, in Champions play at the Ottawa Bowl Lanes. Members of the league are winners of Ottawa Bowl men's leagues last year. K. Liegerot rolled the best series, 571, in mixed league action Saturday night at the Ottawa Bowl. But his Plugs could only split 2-2 with the Hustlers in the Nite Owls League. Craig Davis led R and M Midget Leaguers at the Ottawa Bowl last week, rolling a 357 two-line series with 192-165. Joe Moody scored 359 and Hal Suits 301. Team results and individual scores in the Champions, Midget and Saturday night leagues appear elsewhere in today's sports section. Pro Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NBA Eastern Division Boston 55 22 .714 Syracuse .. .. 47 29 .618 7& Cincinnati 38 38 .500 16% New York .. ..20 56 .263 34% Western Division Los Angeles . .51 25 .680 St Louis 45 30 .600 5% Detroit 33 45 .423 19 San Francisco 29 47 .382 22 Chicago 25 51 .329 26 Saturday's Result St Louis 117, Los Angeles 101 Sunday's Results Syracuse 163, San Francisco 148 Detroit 124, Los Angeles 116 St. Louis 132, New York 120 Today's Game St. Louis at Los Angeles Tuesday's Games Los Angeles at San Francisco Cincinnati at New York Syracuse at Chicago For Insiironct On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobOi^ Sea Dtan Btriin, Agtnt 109 E. Second Phone CH 2-2804 for MONEY,* MAI Me toihvfe No need to leave home or work when you want money! Use BBNEFICIAL'S convenient Loani-by-Mail service. Fill in and m«7 fhe coupon below ... or phone and aik for a loan. The minute your loan't arranged you'll get a check in your mail box. ADDRESS. CITY AMOUNT- , PHONE. . NEEDED BY_ Loans $25 to $2000—Loans over $300 Ufa-insured at low cost •eneflclal Finance C*. af Lawrence, Inc. 131% MASSACHUSETTS STREET, LAWRENCE Over Retorts Jewelry e MMMMI Viking S-M74 Ask far the YU MANagec OWN IVfNING* IV AWOINTMINT-PHONI FOR WINING HOWS BENEFICIAL FINANCK SYSTEM or roll with the second best average in the EKL at 15.3. 'Mac' hit 111 fielders along with 70 frees to score 292 points. However, his job wasn't an easy one as Turner ace Don Pankey skidded to a 15.1 average after holding the second slot for one week with his 99 fielders and 59 charities totaling 257 points. Fourth place in the race went to Rosedale's clutch player de- lux, Phil LaHue. The giant killer, who sank last second goals to beat Turner, Argentine, and Ottawa, threw in a 14.8 average 10,000 Draft Call For May WASHINGTON (AP)-The Defense Department Friday issued a draft call for 10,000 men in May. All will serve in the Army. The May quota is the same as that announced for April and compares with 9,000 for March. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. with 96 fielders and 60 gift tosses for 252 points. Clayton McGee, top scorer during the early par! of the season, came back in the second half of the chase and placed fifth with a 14.0 total. Me Gee hit 108 field goals along with 51 frees to score 267 total points over 19 games. Ottawa sewed up the sixth and seventh slots with Roy Dunn, the sky-bomb shooting senior, and the Cyclone's willowy sophomore Ronnie Mendell. Dunn connecter on 96 of his 272 shots from the field and 64 of 86 charities for 256 points. Mendall hit a slick 44.7 per cent in field goal shoot ing with 81 of 182 tries. At the free throw line, he scored 46 o 75 shots for a total of 208 points and a 13.0 average in 16 games for the'Reds. Two more excel lent reasons why Ottawa toppet the league. Argentine's Richard Mabion finished the season with a bad leg but also the No. 8 spot in the scoring ladder with a 12.7 aver age on 77 field goals and 37 frees to score 191 points during the season. Jim Doyle moved up to the ninth slot with a 10.5 aver age to give the Argentine defen sive ace 189 points on 75 goals an 39 charities. EASTERN FINAL Ottawa . . Argentine . Rosedale . Turner . . Olathe . . . B. Springs . KANSAS LEAGUE STANDINGS ....14-5 8-2 1060 942 . . 9-9 7-3 974 989 , .. 9-86-4 • • • *Mr 4*0 ...7-1144 . .7-11 1-9 92492 818993 938 918 Turley To Pitch TUCSON, Ariz. (AP)-Bob Tur ley gets a chance to show what he can do today. It's the ex Yankee's first time on the mount for the Los Angeles Angels against an opposition club. Today's foe: (he Cleveland Indians. Award For Art ASHEVILLE, N.C. (AP) - Art Heyman of Duke will receive The Associated Press national player of the year award at the second annual Atlantic Coast Conference basketball awards night March 26 OTTAWA BOWL N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 DBANO CBUMFION T«Mi MokU* HoMti— 4 tit and 3rd Ttl. H. Kramer ........ 317 333 310 MO J. Todd ........... 300 167 176 543 R. Sbofner ........ 1M 188 134 459 J. Kramer ........ 160 161 166 477 R. Kamp .......... 183 133 111 606 Edmlitoni— 9 N. Brown ......... 137 130 166 433 B. Miller .......... 147 333 146 616 K. Jones ........ 169 163 161 463 M. Blrckhead .. .. 117 164 177 6U W. Fllnsbaufh .. .. 170 160 166 416 MTUBDAY NIGHT! FUN Termites— 1 lit and 3rd Ttl. M, Brandon ....... 114 H 136 346 M. Miller ......... 143 103 140 366 B. Howell ......... 163 166 113 441 M. Miller ......... Ill 161 131 478 Splltf— 3 M. Robertion ...... 144 176 147 466 C. Honn ......... 163 146 136 443 H. Robertion ... 300 141 171 611 O. Honn ........... 116 136 136 371 Lveky t'rar— 1 E. Bowman ....... 143 100 138 371 M. Oilllland ....... 137 136 137 391 B. dUllland ...... 136 143 169 447 O. Bowman ....... 146 17« 166 477 M. McUlllen ...... F. MoMlllen ...... P. Toumberlln .. .. D. Toumberlln .. .. J. Brockway ...... D. Borckwajr ...... I. Cheney ......... p. Cheney ........ ••me— I' , J. Dodd ....... V. Dodd ......... D, Dodd ..... .... The Hmitlere-S C. Dodd .. . ....... • O, Kelm ........... X. Kelm .......... V. Feriuion .. ..... E. Ferimon ...... The Fl«f »- S H. Liegerot ....... K. Lel§erot ........ C. Dengel ......... W. Dengel .. ....... 134 171 141 146 136 138 171 181 103 136 1M U6 103 116 117 111 131 103 136 307 166 131 188 138 163 141 100 143 143 1M 141 139 149 133 181 17« 113 133 168 131 117 417 146 431 147 411 133 496 141 387 318 480 111 336 111 411 84 311 114 446 131 411 161 487 143 443 106 341 113 463 173 441 130 381 304 671 148 313 107 318 Loet Few-4 M. «*WP 136 131 133 40« A. Madl 85 II 110 ill J- Madl 130 II 103 303 R. Kamp 171 180 171 521 I'BBretUeUklet-e D. Harih 141 130 164 433 I. Harih M 113 83 394 E. McDanleli 133 124 136 382 C. MdDanleli 141 134 164 439 Bellteg Flat—1 E. Houni 118 106 M 330 B. Young .. ., 125 146 187 42 J. Young 113 113 113 331 F. Young .. ....... 84 84 84 352 Bell Blagere-l D. BMlllng 146 140 134 410 H. BUlling ...... 105 130 160 368 J. Bauer 17 16 103 34 J. Bauer 161 115 173 485 B * M MIDGETS Blfe SwlBcra—S lit 2nd 3rd Ttl R. Bell Ill 101 22f C. Hettler M 107 30 E. Montgomery .... 85 100 18 B. Rlcheion 84 130 314 C. Davli 183 188 38 The Sleeper*—e F. Foiter 86 101 11 J. Balb 109 104 31 C. Dennliton .. .... 73 71 144 D. Bien 60 81 14 D. Qurnm 133 136 Timber Twblere-e H. Buiti 113 81 II J. Moody 114 133 34 D. Blen 10, 133 113 J. Johnion 96 80 17 B. Balb 83 80 DeBeei Wilt—I M. Rteheion .. N 18 188 3, Bauer .. 183 143 29 O. Hettler 130 83 333 J, Btelnman 133 111 33 A. Campbell 135 181 •catterhratat-S D, Kerile? 139 188 384 W. Dennliton ..... 105 H 30 B. Van Cleave ..... 17 71 IK R. Campbell .. .... 12 13 C. Nltcher .. ...... 65 68 130 BpllBter*—6 T. Fiiher 131 17 226 D. Mudrick JOB 118 224 J. Molntoih 13 13 116 8. Buiti 18 13 138 B. Bill N 111 III College Basketball Faces Texas In NCAA By JIM HACKLEMAN Associated Press Sports Writer Cincinnati opens' fire this week n its bid to capture college has- cetball's highest prize for the third consecutive year—with 22 elite teams primed to topple the mighty Bearcats. Cincinnati, going after an unprecedented third straight national title, makes its initial start in the 1963 NCAA tournament Friday night. First crack at the kings of the rugged Missouri Valley Conference will be taken by Texas, a winner in the NCAA classic's opening doubleheader. The Bearcats and the Longhorns tangle at Lawrence, Kan., in one of the four NCAA regional semifinals. Seven first - round games are set for tonight. Elsewhere in the flurry of postseason action, the 26th National Invitation Tournament begins Thursday night at New York's Madison Square Garden. Wichi ta's Wheatshockers, who dealt top-ranked Cincinnati its only loss of the season, head the 12-team field. The NCAA small college tour ney also continues, with the na tional quarter-finals at Evansville, Ind., Wednesday night, and 32 teams begin shooting for the NAIA title tonight in the weeklong marathon at Kansas City. Texas and Oklahoma City posted the first victories in the NCAA tourney Saturday while three other clubs won conference berths in the event and the battle for the final spot ended in a tie, to be resolved in a playoff. The Longhorns ran off from Texas Western 65-47 and Okla homa City topped Colorado State University 70-67 in the Midwest first round at Lubbock, Tex. Meanwhile, Illinois, Colorado and San Francisco won their way into the NCAA—the Dlini with a big boost from Indiana. Illinois scored at home againsl Iowa 73-69 and Indiana upended Ohio State 87-85 in overtime on the Hoosiers" floor, halting the Buckeyes' drive for a fourth straight Big Ten crown. The results left Illinois and Ohio State deadlocked for first in the conference with 11-3 records and under Big Ten rules the NCAA trip went to the mini since the Buckeyes went last year. Colorado pulled a surprise, ty- ning K-State for the Big Eighl championship. The Buffaloes got the NCAA spot, despite the tie, since they took both their regular season games against Kansas State. San Francisco won the showdown for the West Coast Athletic Conference title when a free throw by Dave Lee with 2 seconds to go enabled the Dons to squeeze by Santa Clara 62-61. The other Pacific Court race fln* shed in a dead heat between UCLA and Stanford, who wound up with 7-5 marks in the Big Six and will settle the NCAA question in a playoff at Santa Monica Tuesday night. UCLA belted California 72-59 Saturday night and Southern California beat Stanford 67-61 in overime. WATER HAULING GORDON PAUL CH 2-5425 24 Hour Service Pomona Plans Sports Banquet POMONA — Forty-seven Pomona High School athletes will be honored at a banquet sponsored by the Pomona Lions Club at the Methodist .Church Monday, March 25. The speaker will be Karl Spear, athletic director at Baker University. Baldwin. Tickets for the dinner are $2 each and may be purchased from any Lions Club member. Exhibition Standings By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W.L..PCL Baltimore 2 01.000 Boston 2 01.000 Washington 2 01.000 Chicago 1 1 .500 Cleveland 1 1 .500 Detroit . 1 1 .500 Kansas City 1 1 .500 Los Angeles 1 1 .500 Minnesota 1 1 .500 New York 0 2 .000 National League Philadelphia 1 Cincinnati 1 Houston 1 Los Angeles 1 New York 1 San Francisco 1 St. Loui 1 Pittsburgh 0 Chicago 0 Milwaukee 0 01.000 1 .500 .500 .500 .500 JOO .500 .000 .000 For the Economy Minded The MONO Line Steel construction 19"-22" size, Briggs & Stratton motor with Ezy wind or impulse starting. 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