The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 12, 1963 · Page 2
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 2

Ottawa, Kansas
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Tuesday, March 12, 1963
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Blessed With Comely Daughters And Happy g Trips Dan Toiimberlin, Ottawa RFD 2, is a man blessed with good supplies of pretty daughters and happy hunting and fishing memories. He's a sportsman and taxidermist, and Toumberlin home is filled with evidence of it. Above, Dan is shown with two daughters, Nancy (left), 14, and Alice, 15. Gracing fireplace (from left) are bass, quail, snow goose, mallards, prairie chickens and pheasants, all bagged by Dan except bass. At right, youngest daughter, Gerry, 7, admires white quail her father mounted while couple of pheasant cocks look as though they're about to peck. (Herald Photos by A. I. Van Cleave) And May Be Clay Thinks He's Great By MURRAY ROSE Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Charley Goldman, who trained retired heavyweight champion Rocky Marciano and other titleholders, says Cassius Clay is a throwback to the old-time fighters. "He says he is the greatest," said Goldman Tuesday. "Maybe he js. The main thing is that he thinks so. No one has licked him yet. Until someone beats him he'll have to be the greatest—for now." Goldman declined to make any comparison of Marciano and Clay. "They are two different types of fighter," said Goldman. "Rocky was strong and wore his opponents down. Clay is a boxer with fast hands and power. Rocky proved himself. Clay still has to. "The thing I like about Clay is that he started boxing when he was young, like the oldtimers did. He eats, drinks and sleeps boxing. It's his life. He's cocky as they come and that's good. "I think he'll beat Doug Jones. If he wants to go after Sonny Listen after that, why not? He's as big and strong as Listen." Clay, winner of all 17 of his pro fights — 14 by knockouts — boasts Wellsville High Has Play Entry WELLSVILLE -Wellsville High School has cancelled its presentation of the one-act play, "A Cup of Tea," in the league one-act play contest scheduled tonight. The play will be presented at the district speech and drama festival at Shawnee Mission East High School either March 22 or 23. The cast includes Judie Fiehler, Susan Glcisberg, Bonnie Bivins, Pam Poole, Robert Harra and Don Good. Director is Lowe Frisbie. he's a cinch to stop Jones in Madi son Square Garden Wednesday night. "He'll go in four," said Cassius, who predicted Jones would fall in six before. Despite Clay's non-stop trumpeting of his own greatness, he hasn't broken the solid feeling of confidence in the Jones camp. "Doug is going in there confident he can win. We know Clay has weak spots and Doug is going to work on them," said manager Alex Koskowitz. Bowling Heckman High With 233,585 Dave Heckman put a 223 line into a 585 series last night to push his Helen and Bill's Cafe team to a 3-1 victory over Me- Cracken Electric in the Bruns wick League at the Ottawa Bowl. Ralph Kampschroeder rolled a 570 for First National Bank which lost, 3-1, to Hubbard Lumber. Ruth Carlson led the women in the Monday Night Ladies League at the Ottawa Bowl, rolling a 512 for Betty B's, Baldwin, which lost, 3-1, to Ottawa Bowl. Other team results and individual scores in the Brunswick and Ladies Leagues appear elsewhere in today's sports section. 00touiand v cvt Buy Now No Money Down MALOTT dwe. A Appliances Mi S. Main Lary's Laughing; Watch Out, Yanks By JERRY GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer LAKELAND, Fla. (AP)-Frank Lary if having fun again — and everybody is laughing. Except'the Yankees. Fun for Lary comes in two dimensions: 1. Beating the Yankees, making their sluggers into popgun hitters. 2. Fooling around the clubhouse, on the field in practice, in the dugout. The Detroit Tigers' Yankee-killer prefers the first kind of fun. But since he's been indulging in Ihe second kind at spring training, it's a clearcut indication he had nn worries about his shoulder being better. His first start of the exhibition season left him smiling Monday. He allowed five hits in three innings but. struck out four and looked sound. The feeling is if Lary's shoulder still hurt, he'd be quiet, pensive, moody—not the hell-raiser he normally is except when pitching. Playing basketball with a golf ball in the clubhouse. . .zigzagging through running exercises like a football end. . .keeping his teammates in hysterics — those aren't the actions of a sore-arm pitcher. "I see he's the same old Ta- ters," said Manager Bob Schef fing, encouraged by Lary's hi- jinks. "That's a good sign." Besides, Lary has been all business while pitching. His motion has been fluid and normal. His fast ball hops and his curve crackles. And afterwards, his shoulder doesn't ache. Lary holds a 28-11 edge over New York, best of any active pitcher. A sound Lary means a difference of 21 victories to the Tigers, according to Scheffing's reckoning. The 23 he won when sturdy in 1961 against the 2 he won when ailing last year. Ed Would Rather Be First Than Not CINCINNATI (AP) - Coach Ed Jucker says he isn't a bit worried over his Cincinnati Bearcats having won the final Associated Press basketball poll. That's despite the fact that Ohio State won the same honor in 1961 and 1962 only to be defeated by Cincinnati in the NCAA finals. "I'd rather be No. 1 than any other way," said Jucker, whose team led the ratings all season. "We have something going for us and I'm happy with the situation. I'm not superstitious." Cincinnati — which has not been beaten on its own floor since 1957 —finished season play with a 23-1 record and was 11-1 in the Missouri Valley Conference. The Bearcats were a shoo-in in the Final balloting Monday just as they were in the 15 weekly ratings. Thirty-five of the 43 No. 1 votes went to Cincinnati which rolled up 420 points. Puke placed second, with seven first-place votes and 381 points. Providence, which did not make the Top Ten, got the other vote. "Our next ambition is a third NCAA title—something which has never been done before. The team wants it badly. We're ready men' tally and physically; we're eager and we'll have no excuses," Jucker said. For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobile See Dean Berlin. Agent 109 E Second Phone CH 2-28M OTTAWA BOWL 41SV 2 N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 MONDAY NIGHT LADIES Lee's Cult—I 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. M. Weidner 135 125 150 410 M. Smay 115 123 136 374 V. Ferguson 151 112 147 410 S. Ferguson 120 136 138 384 M. Ainsworth 125 170 157 452 Nltchers Floor Scrv.—.1 E. Whitacre 123 142 127 392 H. Shofner 98 112 88 298 A. Evey 152 149 127 428 D. Johnson 100 103 86 289 M. Brandon 124 149 165 438 Elk«—3 Crandall 112 108 104 322 Ogle 117 159 124 400 Brady 115 121 122 358 Strickland 139 125 166 430 Lewis 129 149 143 421 Ottawa Buildinf & Loan—J D. Toumberlin .... 122 97 136 355 M. Barber 83 134 132 349 B. Bpatz 132 164 123 419 R. MclntoBh 95 116 99 310 Ottawa Bowl—8 Fredeen 118 149 123 390 Crawford 147 152 160 459 Kampschroeder ... 116 171 141 428 Bpeer 121 125 110 356 Betty B'l Baldwin—1 Carlson 159 180 173 512 Cooper 100 102 84 286 Smith 164 119 109 392 White 113 119 104 336 BRUNSWICK First National Bank—1 1st 2nd N. Brown 186 117 R. Shisler 191 144 D. Brown 189 109 R. Page 143 181 R. Kamp 210 192 Hubbard Lumber— 3 B. Jones 139 180 R. Carey 142 165 L. Cordle 190 176 R. Davis 148 173 R. Crane 169 184 Ilflcn & Bllli Cafe—3 J. Doty J41 151 J. Funk 131 181 H. Doman 1(8 169 B. Wehthe 211 162 D. Heckman 168 223 MeCracken Elect.—1 J. Taylor 108 192 B. Spatz 175 154 F. Ferguson 131 146 R. Bettge I5fl 1«9 C. McDaniels 217 156 IOOF No. 24—Hi O. Morrison , 123 122 E. Lowrance 191 176 Breckcnridge 152 158 L. Turner 137 147 O. Alnsworth 159 142 Mobile Home Service—gU I McFadden 130 133 J. Swlnehurt ICO 111 C. Foster 172 138 H. Tucker 152 137 Q. McFadden 132 178 3rd Ttl. 188 439 171 614 169 507 144 46S 168 57V) 160 472 156 463 160 526 177 4(8 156 508 187 4(6 167 479 159 496 152 525 194 685 202 502 161 4(0 154 431 147 472 138 511 136 3*1 147 514 167 477 131 415 131 431 149 412 148 408 146 456 162 451 181 481 Chances are that the Bearcats will have to beat one of the other top teams to get their title. Ohio State and Wichita, which defeated Cincinnati by one point this season, are the only ones not taking part in the post-season NCAA tournament. Wichita is the favorite in the National Invitation tourney opening in New York Thursday. The Top Ten with first-place votes in parentheses and points figured on a 10-9-8 etc. basis: 1. Cincinnati (35) 420 2. Duke (7) 381 3. Loyola of Chicago 277 4. Arizona State 228 5. Wichita 205 6. Mississippi State 181 7. Ohio State . . 176 8. Illinois 168 9. New York U 64 10. Colorado 39 Pro Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Monday's Result Los Angeles 109, St. Louis 96 Today's Game* LOB Angeles at San Francisco Cincinnati at New York Syracuse at Chicago Wednesday's Games Chicago at Boston Syracuse at Cincinnati New York at Detroit St. Louis at Los Angeles FDR,Tr7~ Driving Again WASHINGTON (AP)-Franklin Delano Roosevelt Jr. is legally lack in the driver's seat. He passed his District of Columbia hiving test and won back his icense. Roosevelt, 48, had gone 29 months with a suspended license 'or traffic violations. Records at he Department of Motor Vehicles show he passed his test Jan. 22 and regained the license Feb. 27. THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, March 12, 1963 EVERYTHING IN FLAT GLASS WINDOWS MIRRORS FURNITURE and DESK TOPS SUFFRON Glass Co. Ill N. Main Ph. CH 2-2515 Pick the Color You Want Guaranteed Mfasfcafr/e Dries in 20 minutes! • Easily applied with brush or roller • Guaranteed washable or money back • No brush or lap marks • Easy cleanup—just use soap and water • Tremendous choice of decorator colors • Free Color Harmony Guide service COlOa.MATCHIN* KEM.QLO* enamel looks, wishes like beked enamel— perfect for woodwork, bithroom. kitchen waits Ottawa Lumber Co. 1516 S. Main Bob McCrea, Manager GH 2-1196 Pee wee Infielder Dead At 68 WASHINGTON (AP) - Joe Judge, a pint-sized giant of the Washington Senators' infield for 18 years, is dead at 68. He suffered a fatal heart attack Monday while shoveling snow at his home. A Requiem High Mass will be offered Thursday morning. A near-flawless fielder and steady hitter, Judge played 18 of his 20 major league years with the Senators and was on the Nats' only two pennant winning teams in 1924 and 1925. Small for a first baseman—5- WATER HAULING GORDON PAUL CH 2-5425 24 Hour Service foot-8& and 155 pounds-he led tha American League in fielding of his position for nine straight years. Along with second baseman Bucky Harris, shortstop Roger Peckinpaugh and third baseman Ossie Bluege he was part of what Clark Griffith, the late Senators owner, called the finest fielding infield of all time. Judge hit more than .300 for 10 seasons here and ended with a life-time .298 average. J GILLETTE 4} Super Power Bar • Tractor Tires T See Us for T FAST, EFFICIENT J TIRE SERVICE J on All Tractors! T 110 West 4th St T Right Down Town S Supply, Inc., CH 2-443* BOYS! Build 'em, drive 'em to win! HURRY AND ENTER-TIME'S GETTING SHORT I Go with your Mother or Dad to your nearby Chevrolet dealer and tell him you want to sign up for the Soap Box Derby. He will give you a free copy of the Official 1963 Derby Rule Book and Car-Building Brochure. (Boya between 11 and 16 as of August 1,1963, are eligible.) HOW TO lUILD AND RACE YOUR OWN CAR. It'* easy! Just follow the instruction book -it's loaded with hints that can help you make your racer a winner. And it's a lot of fun coming up with your own ideaa. But the biggert thrill of all will be when you race your car down the track with your friends cheering for you. PRIZES? YOU BET! READ THIS; If you win your local race, you'll get a $500 U.S. Savings Bond and other awards -plua a chance to race in the AU-American Darby at Akron, Ohio. Winnen of the big nee abaft 180,000 in college aeholanUpa! SPONSORED BY YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED CHEVROLET DEALER and OTTAWA JAYCEES

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