The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 12, 1963 · Page 3
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Tall Talented Grambling Lives Up To NAIA Rating By JIM VANVALKENBVRG Associated Press Sports Writer KANSAS CITY (AP) - Grambling's tall, talented and top- seeded Tigers won easily, but Oklahoma Baptist and Howard Payne, both seeded in the first five, and unbeaten Central Connecticut were upset Monday in the first round of the NAIA basketball tournament. Chief targets of the upsetters today will be Augsburg (Minn), seeded No. 2 with its 24-2 record, and Winston Salem (N.C.), seeded third. Augsburg faces West Virginia State, 18-8, at 5:30 pm. Winston Salem, 23-6, meets Transylvania (Ky), 19-8, at 1:30 pm. Eight first round games are set for today and tonight in the 32- team meet. Eight second round contests are scheduled Wednesday. Three other teams seeded in the first eight were to play today. The arc Rockhurst, of Kansas City, No. 6, which meets Pacific Lutheran (Wash) at 8:30 pm.; Western Illinois, No. 7, against Miles (Ala) at 7 p.m.; and Indiana State, No. 8, which faces Parsons (Iowa) noon. In other games today, Carson- Newman (Tenn) was to meet Rider (N.J.) at 3 p.m.; and Western Carolina (N.C.) meet Eastern Montana at. 10 p.m. Grambling, No. 2 team in the final Associated Press small college poll, defeated outmanned Arkansas Tech 76-59 with 6-foot-9 Willis Reed and 6-8 Wilbur Frazier controlling the backboards and Herschel West hitting 25 points Ken Saylors had 20 for the losers, who gave away four inches per man to Grambling's starting lineup average of 6-5%. Central (Ohio) State, with a 17-10 season record, wiped out a 13-point Oklahoma Baptist lead with a full-court press, using two teams in relays, and squeezed by the fourth-seeded Bisons 71-70. Athens (Ala) upset unbeaten Central Connecticut, 72-71. It was the first victory for any Alabama team in seven tries in the 26-year- old tourney. Stetson (Fla), 14-12 for the year knocked off fifth-seeded Howard Payne 68-66 on Lamar Deaver's layup with four seconds left. Northern Michigan, Fort Hays (Kan) and Pan American (Tex) all scored impressive first round victories. Northern Michigan clipped California Western 72-52, controlling the boards with its big front line. Pan American, led by big Lucious Jackson's 23 points, swamped Peru (Neb) State 83-48. Fort Hays, with three starters under six feet, raced past Eastern New Mexico 95-69 with 6-4 Herb Stange getting 19 rebounds and 25 points. Alliance (Pa), with bearded backliner Bill Mandy scoring 18 points and Al Bush 20, stopped Yankton (S.D.), 76-68. ENGLISH VISITORS — Three Englishmen interested in equipment manufactured by Ottawa Steel Division of Young Spring & Wire discuss construction work with Ed Johnson (second from right), vice president and general manager of Ottawa firm, and L. A. Wilson (extreme right), sale administrator. Visitors (from left) are A. T. B. Strand, owner of 11 construction companies in England; K. H. Dabell, managing director of the Strand plants, and Jeff Taylor, manufacturing company director. All three are from London. (Herald Photo) Deeds J. L. Sheldon to Kay A. Talbott, lots 13-15-17-19-21-23-Blk 3 Shlnns Add.; Roy T. Mclntosh to E. E. Reeves, NE</« BEV« Sec. 24 17-18; Mildred I. Allison to Clara M. O'Connor. N'A SE'A Sec. 6 16-21; Cyrus M. Barnhart to Kenneth R. Bowman, 864 acres NEVi Sec. 17 16-18; Wm. H. Vest to Mildred E. Aubry, part of lot 8 Baldwin & Taylors Add.; Hubbard Lumber Co. Inc. to Larry R Williams, lots 42-44-Blk 6 Oarfield: D. Osa Gould, etal to Nat'l. Ben- walent Assoc. of Christian Churchs, lot « ft N'/a T Nazarene Add.; Harve F. Morris to Joel H. Towner, lots 11-1315-Blk 25 BST Add.; Harry A. Pyle to Frank R. Roessner, EVi SEVi Sec. 16; NEV« Bee. 21 18-21; Glen W. Hardesty to George D. Scott, Tr. SWV4 Sec. 2 17-19; Sara A. Weidner to Oeorge D. Bcott, Tr. SW/4 Sec. 3 17-19; Don Shade to John W. Schulte, Lot 36 Orchard Heights Add.; Thomas Seal to Earl Raymond Shaw, N% NVi of S'/b NWV 4 Sec. 14 18-18; Welsey R. Stevenson to John Kennedy, E50' Lots 42-44-Blk 2 Bamblins College Add.; Docia E. Martin to Oeorge D. Scott, Tr. SWV« Sec. 3 17-19; Fed. Housing Comm. to Ellis J Maddan, 88' of E61* lot 43 tt E61> of lots 4S-47-4B-51-53-BUC 3 Oarfield Add.; Allen Lee Shumate to Larry D. Lemon, Lots 19-21-23-25-Blk 1 Johnsons Add.; Eugene V. Smith to Lyle V. Smith, TJndlv. Int. % in & SW/4 Sec. 8 18-21 160 acres more or less; Owen L. Potter to Fred J. Frakes, N% SEV« of Sec. 19 17-30; Alice Sellens to James R. Leach, Lots 38-40-42-44-on W A St. Pomona; John L. Allison to LeRoy Price, E% SWV4 Sec. 31 15-21; Lorena C Curby to R. O. Bronson, S5u' N100 1 Lot Blk Tr. S Oevalley ft Whartons Add. Loyola, Arizona State, NYU Win By SHELDON SAKOWIIZ Associated Press Sports Writer Chicago Loyola, Arizona State and New York University—a trio of nationally ranked basketball powers—have gained the regional semifinals of the NCAA tournament after surviving first-round tests. The three teams, .along with West Virginia, St. Joseph's of Philadelphia, Bowling Green and Oregon State, all scored first- round regional victories in games at three scattered sites Monday night. Chicago Loyola, rated third in the final Associated Press poll, overwhelmed Tennessee Tech 111- Public Sale As we have sold our farm, will sell at public auction at the farm, located i 1 /^ miles north, one and three- fourths west of Richmond, Kans., or iy a miles south and three-fourths west of Princeton, Kansas, on Thursday, Mar. 14, '63 (Starting at 11:00 o'clock) MACHINERY — 1951 model M Farmall, good, just overhauled; 1952 model Super C Farmall tractor, good; IHC planter and cultivator for Super C; John Deere 3-bottom 14" plow; John Deere wheel disc; John Deere No. 25 combine; IHC 7*16" grain drill, fertilizer and seeder; IHC manure spreader on rubber; IHC No. 100 mower, power lift; IHC field cultivator; IHC spring tooth harrow; New Holland No. 68 hay baler, like new; New Holland Super side delivery hay rake; New Holland wagon with 7 x 14 steel bed; New Holland lime spreader; wagon and box on rubber; Peerless roller mill; Papec hammer mill; platform scale; hydraulic wagon lift; 3-section rotary hoe; 3-section culti- packer; 3-section smoother harrow; Clipper fanning mill; 350-gal. gasoline storage tank; lawn mower; comfort sprayer; 3 rams; air compressor; other articles too nummerous to mention. All the above machinery is in first class condition. SEED — Several hundred pounds of sweet clover seed; lespedeza seed; red clover seed. Terms: Cash. Not responsible in case of accidents. HOMER BISHOP. Auctioneers: Myers Bros. Clerk: Walters. Christian Ladies of Princeton will serve lunch. OVER AVERAGE - Mark Fenerborn, 27-year-old Richmond bowler, exceeded his average somewhat in qualifying for ABC Century Award at Olathe Lanes. Mark, with 154 average, rolled 255 line. Member of handicap league, he has been bowling four years. Rehabilitation Is VFW Topic VFW Post and Auxiliary members saw a program of color slides shown by G. L. Belding, Wichita, department service officer, at a recent rehabilitation meeting. He spoke on VA Hospitals, how they started, about their staffs and the plans to build more hospitals during the next 10 years. He said there is a waiting list of veterans for the hospitals. Others attending from out of town were Mrs. Belding who works in the Wichita VA Hospi tal, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bain Kansas City, Has., and depart ment commander and Mrs. Gar land Hinkle, Kansas City, Kas 2 in the Mideast regional a Cvanston, 111.; fourth-ranked Ari ona State edged Utah State 79-75 in overtime in the Far West regional at Eugene, Ore., and NYU, fa. 9, turned back Pittsburgh 9383 in the Eastern regional at 'hiladelphia. West Virginia and St. Joseph's were victors in the Eastern re- gionals. The Mountaineers sub- lued Connecticut 77-71 and the lawks took an 82-81 overtime squeaker over Princeton in the wind-up of a Philadelphia Pales- ra tripleheader. Bowling Green whipped Notre Dame 77-72 in the first game of [he Mideast doubleheader at Evanston and Oregon State downed Seattle 70-66 in the second game of the Far West regional doubleheader at Eugene. The last remaining berth in the NCAA tournament will be filled tonight when the winner of the Big Six Conference is determined. UCLA and Stanford wound up in a tie for first place with 7-5 records and meet in a playoff al Santa Monica, Calif. * * * NCAA Schedule Here's the regional line-up for the National Collegiate Athletic Association basketball championships March 15-16. Four winners advance to national semifinals and finals at Louisville, Ky. March 22-23. East regional at College Park Md.—New York University 18-i vs. Duke 24-2; St. Joseph's, Pa. 22-4 vs. West Virginia 22-7. Mideast regional at East Lans ing, Mich.—Bowling Green vs. Illinois 19-5; Chicago Loyola 25-2 vs. Mississippi State 21-5. Midwest regional at Lawrence Kan.—Texas 19-6 vs. Cincinnat 23-1; Oklahoma City 19-9 vs. Col orado 1M. Far West regional at Provo Utah—Arizona State U. 25-2 vs Big Six champion, Stanford 16-8 or UCLA 19-7; San Francisco 17-8 vs. Oregon State 20-7. Removals Arnett, John H., Jr., from 1040 Cot ton wood; Bond, Earl to 315 E. 2nd. Brittingham, Troy, from 116 W. 3rd. to 117 S. Locust; Blow, Scott, from 00 S. Maple; Capron, w. C. to 635 S. Main Chamberlain, John, to 525 N. Cedar Crlqui, Leo, from 320 E. 2nd., to 80 8. Sycamore; Currant, Elvtn. to 234 a Willow; Clemens, Sam, from 110 S Locust, to 109% N. Locust; Foster Paul Jr., from 802 S. Elm, to KM) Eas 7th; Foster, Squire E., from 1522 8 Hickory, to 318 W. Wilson; Ollmore B. D., from 928 8. Sycamore, to 608 E 14th.; Howard, Vickie, from 315 'S 2nd. 8t; Hall, Iva D.. to 320 E. 2nd. Hobbs, C. A., to 428 N. Poplar; James Elmer, to 619 N. Main; Kiser, Jerry to 734 S. Cherry; Lamb, Mrs. Charles to 838 a. Oak; Lines, Larry, from 21 Fowhattan, to 538 Beech; Morris, H F., to 118 B. Poplar; Miller, Leo, to 1420 S. Hickory; Stanford. Karon, from 234 S. Willow; Sands, Mrs. Chas. E. from 403 S. Locust to 317 S. Locus togsdlll, Clyde, from 212 8. Main Thayer, Frank, from 508 E. 14th; to 15 E. 5th.; Talbott, Ray A., to 817 8 .tuple; Thorpe, Kenneth E. to 831 S ^oplar; Wlttmeyer, TJ. H., from 142 i. Hickory, to IBM Applelane. For Fast Results! READ and USE REGULARLY! CH 2-4700 THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, March U, IMS OU Runners Could Go Faf By FRED THOMPSON The 1963 track season finds Ot- awa University's Thinclads with a wealth of depth but a lack of experience. At this date 65 men have re- xnted for track and field. Of hese approximately one-half are irst-year men. Coach Bill Boucek, winner of ive KCAC track championships n his eight years at Ottawa, feels that the athletes out are displaying genuine interest, and, wiring unfortunate injuries such as hampered the 'Braves' last season, should develop into a conference contending team, From this pre-season perspective it appears that OU's strongest events will be the distance •uns in which Coach Boucek's con- erence cross-country champs will >e competing. Larry Brown, Carl Vusterbrorth Harold Bryant, Daryl Randd and Ken Stratton all placed in last fall's first cross- country meet for the KCAC, and 3rown had the best time for he 2-mile run in last spring's track competition with 10 minutes, 3 seconds. These runners also will be doubling in the mile run. The lone half-miler is a freshman, Jim Carter, but as the season progresses other runners will l)e shifted in order to strengthen that event. Dick Spong, who had one of the better quarter-mile times in the conference at 49.8 but was out of the league meet with an injured ankle, heads the quarter milers. Others are Jon Krebs, junior, and Dick Booth and Ray Harvey, both frosh. Stan Hudson, who placed in the conference 100 and 220-yard dashes last season, fifth and sixth respectively, will receive pelnty of support from promising freshman Bill Taylor, plus two of OU's lalfbacks, Jon Krebs and Andy loneycutt, all of whom are capa- )le of running the '10-flat hundred'. In the hurdle events, Boucek's charges are headed by returnees Jerry Harkshaw, John Petty and Crebs. Freshmen Jim Wallace, Carter, Booth and Harvey round out the hurdlers. Four first-year men have shown promising potential in the shot put and discus events. Marshall uyer, Jack Miller Art Clark and David Johnson will team up with ettermen Jim Coppoc and Rich Miller to provide the Braves with Wellsville Cubs Receive Awards WELLSVILLE — "Happy Birth day" was the theme of the an nual Blue and Gold Banquet for Cub Scout Pack 63 at the Wells ville Baptist Church. Attending were approximately 90 persons — Webelos, Cub Scouts and their families. The presentation of 50 achievement awards was made by Cub- master, Russell Lambers. Boys who received awards were Pat McAuley, Mike Willhite, Greg Davenport, Kenny O'Connor, Roger Hull, Gret Barnett, Ronnie Bloss Good, Terry Good, Bobby Good, Melvin Chesbro, Reid Adriance, Mark Peterson, Allen Adriance, Lyle Shields, David Holtwick and Kent Layton. points in those events. Miller's best heave to date is 44 feet while newcomer Guyer already has reached 39 feet in early drills. Returning serviceman Francis Gardner, a 200 foot javelin thorw- er, along with Wayne Sutter, freshman, a 170-foot foot thrower, will be counted on to score points in that event, Bruce Bundy and Coppoc, who both tied for fifth in the league meet, are Coach Boucek's only pole-vaulters. Both men have reached the 12-foot mark and, if the record assault by the new fiberglass poles users is any indication, both vaulters can improve considerably. Tom Kinder, present holder of the OU high jump record at 6 feet, 5 and three-fourtsh, inches was hampered by an ankle in- jury last season, but Boucek feels* Kinder can regain his previous high and be, among the conference contenders. Daryl Gowens and! Andy Honeycutt, both of whom arti* six foot jumpers, will be the other, entries in this event. Ken Smart, fifth place conference placer and a 22-foot broad jumper, along with Spong and Floyd Scott, both of whom have jumped over 21 feet will be the Ottawa broad jump-contenders. Last year Ottawa suffered it*' final dual meet loss in four years and the KCAC League meet for the second consecutive year to •' strong Southwstern team, but, as Coach Bill Boucek stated it, "W» have a fine group of interested personnel and with a lot of work we definitely could improve ott last year's record." 1 want to enjoy 3 cars in 1 with the world's only slide-open-roof wagon-convertible.% I want to command America's fastest production car (over 150 mph at Bonne ville)—one of the world's highest-performance, 4-passenger luxury cars. $4? 1 want to live it up with the dough 1 save by picking America's lowest-priced V8. I want to be a rich pedestrian. 3 ! 55 !* 9 !' 3 ! 6 then Your Studebaker dealer, that is. SfcWagonaire by Studebaker ' jfojcAvanti by Studebaker (who needs to pay an extra $8,000-plus for a 2 + 2 Ferrari?) HC^T % Lark Standard by Studebaker (B««J on •dvertued delivered price4 & & & & What are you-some kind of a nut? See all the great '63 Studebakers at ROBERTSON MOTOR CO., INC. 106-108 N. Main St. Ottawa, Kansas Finance your next car at First National Bank Our low-cost Auto Financing Plan can save you a substantial amount of money. Stop in now. . . or phone CH 2-2420 for complete details. * FIRST NATIONAL BANK of OTTAWA

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