The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 13, 1963 · Page 2
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HUJ 'I ,•> Look Out Here Comes Melvern! MELVERN'S HOPES ON THEM — Here are the 10 ball players Melvern Coach Gene Otis took today to State Class BB Tournament at Dodge City. On left, front to back, are Wayne Cranwell, Dennis Haworth, Jim Lacey and Harry Geier. On right, front to back, are Ray Patterson, Dale Mochamer, Bob Criss, John Gibson, Bill Kramer and Bob Burnett. (Herald Photos) Many Upsets Augsburg Comes Through In NAIA By JIM VAN VALKENBURG Associated Press Sports Writer KANSAS CITY (AP)-Augsburg (Minn.), seeded No. 2, joined top- ranked Grambling (La.), in today's second round of the National Intercollegiate basketball tourney, surviving a wave of upsets which took out four of the first seven seeded teams in the first round. Augsburg defeated West Virginia State 67-57 Tuesday night for its 25th victory in 27 games with Dan Andersin, 6-foot-9 sophomore scoring 30 points. But Western Illinois, seeded No. 7, was upset by little Miles (Ala.), 84-81, and third-seeded Winston Salem (N.C.) was knocked out by Transylvania (Ky.), 64-60. Oklahoma Baptist, seeded No. 4 had been knocked out by Central Ohio State and Howard Payne, No. 5, upset by Stetson (Fla.) on Monday. Augsburg was to meet tough Fort Hays (Kan.) at 5:30 p.m. to open the night session of the second round. Fort Hayes has won nine straight for a 19-5 record. The Tigers beat Eastern New Mexico by 26 points Monday. Then Grambling, 27-2, the tallest team in the NAIA field, will face the tourney's smallest team, Athens (Ala.) at 7 p.m. Grambling's starters average B-footrSVa THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, March 13, 1963 When You Think of SPARK PLUGS Think of Harry Smith Auto Supply We Carry Complete Stocks of Champion Autolit* AC for Every Need HARRY SMITH AUTO SUPPLY 110 S. >fain CH 2-1522 and have scored more than 94 points a game. Athens, averaging just over 6 feet, Monday upset Central Connecticut, the only unbeaten club in the 32-team field, by one point. In the other night games, sixth seeded Rockhurst of Kansas City, 26-3, meets Alliance (Pa.) at 8:30 and Miles takes on Western Carolina (N.C.), seeded No. 10. In the daylight session, Northern Michigan Michigan faces Central Ohio State at 10:30 a.m.; Indiana State, seeded No. 8, was to take on Carson - Newman (Tenn.) at noon; Pan American (Tex.) was to face Stetson at 1:30 p.m.; and Transylvania was to meet Lewis & Clark (Ore.) at 3 p.m. Cepeda Given $1000 Raise MESA, Ariz. (AP) - The San Francisco Giants have rounded out what they hope will be the second successive National League pennant-winners by drawing reluctant first baseman Orlando Cepeda into camp with a $1,000 raise in salary. Cepeda, who had said he would stay in his native Puerto Rico until he was given a boost in his 1962 salary of $46,500, agreed to report to work Friday after the pay increase was announced. Pro Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tuesday's Results Syracuse 130, Chicago 106 Cincinnati 110, New York 96 San Francisco 116, Los Angeles 110 Today's Games Syracuse at Cincinnati New York at Detroit St. Louis at Los Angeles Chicago at Boston Thursday's Game St. Louis at San Francisco UCLA Gets NCAA Spot By SHELDON SAKOWTTZ Associated Pi-ess Sports Writer The UCLA Bruins, almost counted out of Lhc Big Six Conference race two weeks ago, have become the final entrant in the 16-team NCAA Regional Basket ball Tournament field. UCLA eliminated the Stanford Indians 51-45 in a playoff to determine the Big Six representative at Santa Monica, Calif., Tuesday night. The victory qualified the Bruins for a berth in the Far West regional semifinals at Provo, Utah Friday night. The Uclans, in gaining their sec ond straight league crown, will meet Arizona State University in the Far West bracket. Kansas Coach In Missouri SEDALIA, Mo. (AP)- Richard Rees, who comes from Emporia, Kan., and coached at Dodge City nine years, was named head football coach at Sedalia Smith-Cotton High School Tuesday night. Rees replaces Bob Edmundson, who will give up the coaching job at the end of the school year but remain on the Smith-Cotton faculty- Rees is 42 and graduated from Emporia High School and Emporia State College. He comes to Sedalia from the high school coaching job at Lamar, Colo. He was juniir high coach at Dodge City from 1947 to 1953 and was defensive coach at Dodge City High School from 1953 to 1956. Snider Would Leave Dodgers WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP)—Duke Snider, one-time king of the Jx>s Angeles Dodgers power hitters, has asked to be traded. The 36-year-old outfielder, unable to win a starting outfield berth, presented his trade request to Dodger General Manager Buzzie Bavasi Tuesday after fresh reports that either he or Wally Moon, another spare flychaser, will be sent to another club. A Complete Line Of PRATT & LAMBERT Paints and Varnishes NUZMAN LUMBER 113 E. 1st CH 2-1572 Panthers To Play Sylvia Thursday By A. I. VAN CLEAVE MELVERN — Come Saturday night, if the Melvern Panthers are in the State Class BB finals, there'll be more Melvern people at podge City than there ever were Texas cattle drivers. Many of this Osage County town's 413 people (assessors' count), and their rural enigh- bors, will be on hand in Dodge's Municipal Auditorium Thursday afternoon when Coach Gene Otis' Panthers take the floor against Sylvia in an opening game of the State Class BB Tournament. Melvern School Supt. Arlon told The Herald Melvern students and parents had taken over Dodge's Thunderbird Motel, with 83 reservations. This doesn't include the coach and 10 players who will be staying at the Silver Spur Motel. And it doesn't include other Panther followers who will be driving back and forth or who have made their own arrangements for lodging- Melvern Mayor J. W. Dick- Peddie said a bus will be chartered for a trip to Dodge Saturday if the Panthers are in the finals. They'll only hav2 to beat Sylvia Thursday to be in the finals, either for the title or for third place. There'll be no school at Melvern Thursday and none Friday if the Panthers beat Sylvia. Coach Otis and his top ten: Wayne Cranwell, Bob Criss, Jim Lacey, Dale Mochamer, Harry Geier. John Gilbson, Dennis Haworth, Ray Patterson, Bob Burnett and Bill Kramer, left Melvern at 7 a.m. this morning for the long ride to Dodge. The Panthers worked out yesterday afternoon at Emporia to get some experience in a larger gym. Coach Otis said all the boys are well, and Superintendent Bryson said the team and students are really "up" for the occasion. They'll be out to duplicate in Class BB what they did last year in Class B, bring the first-place state trophy back to add to the crowded trophy rases in the high school halls. But Coach Otis and the Panthers face a tough fight, and they know it. Sylvia was in the state Class BB tournament last year and has nearly every man back. Still, Otis appeared unusually optimistic on the eve of the Panther's departure "We have a chance," he said, "if we play our best." Otis will start the five boys who took the floor in the regional final at Greeley against Fulton: Cranwell; Lacey, Criss, Haworth and Geier. all seniors except sophomore Geier. This is the tallest five Melvern has, and they range in height from Haworth's 6 feet, 2V& inches to Geier's 5 feet, 11. Dale Mochamer, a small junior guard and a good ball handler, and Geier will be interchangeable Melvern fans who do not go to Dodge will be able to listen to the game on Ottawa Radio Station KOFO, AM, Thursday afternoon and FM Friday and Saturday nights if Melvern makes the semi-finals and finals. Here's the schedule at Dodge: Thursday — Corning vs. Portis at 2 p.m.; Melvern vs. Sylvia at 3:30; Durham vs. Prairie View at 7:30, and Rozel vs. Dwight at 9. Semi-finals will be at 7:30 and 9 p.m. Friday, and finals at the same hours Saturday. Claim Owner Bet Against His Team e/ MIAMI, Fla. (AP)-Carroll D. Rosenbloom, owner of the Baltimore Colts, has been accused in federal court of betting $55,000 against his own team in a 1953 National Football League game. Rosenbloom's own lawyer put the accusation on the record Tuesday in an attempt to have ex-gambler Mike McLaney, of Miami Beach, who made the deposition three years ago, cited Top Charlton Scorer In Big 8 By JIN VAN VALKENBURG Associated Press Sports Writer Colorado's Ken Charlton won the Big Eight individual basket- jail scoring crown despite knee xoubles with a 10.2 average — owest winning mark in 14 years— but the conference had more 200- point men than last season. Charlton came through with 20 Mints, all in the last 26 minutes, o lead Colorado's big 69-56 vic- ory at Kansas State. It was his best game since he hurt his knee against Kansas Feb. 9 and put he co-champion Buffs into the 4CAA playoffs for the seventh ime in school history. The 6-foot-6 Charlton was runner-up last season as a junior with a 19.3 mark, as Jerry Gardner of Kansas won with 20.2, owest winning average since Claude Retherford of Nebraska won with 12.4 in 1949. Only six players scored 200 or more points, compared to 10 this season. Willie Murrell, 6-6 Kansas State junior, was runner-up with 263 points, six less than Charlton, for an 18.8 average. The other 200- 3oint men, in order, were: George Unseld, 6-7 Kansas sophomore, 17.1; little Eddie Evans of Oklahoma, 16.4; Larry Hawk, Oklahoma State sophomore, 16.2; [lay Bob Carey of Missouri, 15.9; Stolen Ellison, Kansas senior, a 20-point man for the second straight year, 15.4; Vince Brewer, Iowa State senior, 15.3; Marv Straw of Iowa State, 14.6; and Bob Price of Missouri, 14.4. Next were Daryl Petsch, Ne- araska, 14.2; Harvey Chaffin, Oklahoma, 13.4; Ken Doughty, Missouri, 13.3; Milt Mueller, Colorado, 13.2; and Gary Marriott, Kansas State, 12.8 for criminal contempt. He said the charge was a vicious and outrageous lie. But Judge George C. Young threw out the contempt motion, emphasizing that he was not ruling on the truth or falsity of the accusation. Also made public Tuesday were three affidavits in which McLaney's associates swore that Rosenbloom was a big bettor. National Football League regulations forbid betting by players or owners. Robert J. McGravey, once a Philadelphia detective, declared that he was Rosenbloom's personal assistant from 1951 to 1954 and that he had often placed bets for him. Richard Melvin, an investor, said in his affidavit, "I distinctly remember that during one professional season he made nine straight winning best on professional football games." Larry E. Murphy, onetime McLaney chauffeur, swore, "I particularly remember that in 1953 when his team was playing against the 49ers on the coast, Rosenbloom bet a large amount of money against his own team, and because of the point spread, won the bet." The affidavits, made in connection with a stock deal suit in 1960, were sealed and the suit was dismissed by Federal Judge Joseph Laeb Jan. 5, 1981. IN THE BAG, WE HOPE - Melvern Mayor J. W. Dick-Peddie flashes sign of eonfloVnc* with his thoughts, as are those of all Melvern people today, on State Class BB Tournament at Dodge City. Melvern Panthers will meet Sylvia at 3:30 p.m. Thursday in preliminaries. On wall behind Dick-Peddie are trophies won this season by Panthers. Would Keep Texans In Dallas DALLAS (AP) - Plans for selling 25,000 season tickets in an attempt to keep the Dallas Texans of the American Football League from moving to Kansas City were announced Tuesday. Despite the fact that Lamar Hunt, owner of the Texans, has said he was committed to move the Texans to Kansas City il 25,000 season tickets were sold there by May 15, BUI Simpson, chairman of a committee formed "to save the Texans," declared that a campaign would be launched here to sell the tickets by April 10—five days before the Kansas City drive begins. Simpson said his committee hoped to forestall the Kansas City drive. He said that escrow accounts have been opened to receive donations and season ticket orders. The committee includes many members of the Spur Club, a Texan booster organization. Jim Nichols, president of the club, said it was an independent effort and as such, must be financed by donated funds. "All payments on season tickets will be returned in the event the drive is not successful," he said. WATER HAULING GORDON PAUL CH 2-5425 24 Hour Service OTTAWA BOWL Main Phone CH 2-9741 TUESDAY NITl LADIES Todi Int.—4 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. L. Bennett B. Plory E. Keim 117 115 152 178 US 146 L. Campbell .. .... 140 H. Wenthe ... 120 Eagles Aux. N«. ?;«»—0 178 166 130 382 »9 429 414 456 481 123 137 1(8 B. Brill P. Todd .. L. Caateel .. ,. ,. E. Kelle, .. Arnold'* Jewelry-3 H. Liegerot M. C»yot V. Ferguson .. M. Moore V. Foster KOFO—I H. Carey H. Conrad H. Reddltk Llclitenbnrger . . P. White Shlnn-IUley—S P. Jackson R. Kaub B. Denniston B. Adams 8. Simmons . ... vrw Am. AMI—i J. Lutz M. Hull D. McFadden .. L. Wise 105 72 100 148 148 123 112 124 341 82 tO 244 114 111 331 157 115 420 153 117 140 188 IBP 158 124 163 143 155 W9 104 106 117 134 107 149 174 137 176 115 147 97 139 440 133 373 145 473 164 481 168 455 173 428 151 442 153 385 164 412 117 354 147 430 89 358 131 387 106 38J 151 480 170 418 150 453 115 360 140 411 188 383 INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE Ottawa Times—1 L. Moore . ... L. Chambers .. B. Seymour 173 B. Whitacre H2 B. Rinehart ..... 204 Presto Food Products—it L. Blackstone 155 J. Wlllhlte 1S6 J. Clark 195 M. Reno IBS M. Ball 200 Peoples National Bank—* 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. 154 158 159 472 160 146 162 468 178 188 543 125 145 382 172 162 538 134 161 450 170 193 519 152 183 530 144 449 164 529 142 165 A. Gilbert 160 R. Davis 144 A. Bennett 169 A. Knoeppel 161 Lichtenberger . . 178 Niteher Floor Service—2 a. Lancaster . ... 11* J. Lancaster 135 O. Davis .. 151 21U 126 148 183 167 152 165 191 139 182 552 146 416 120 437 173 517 160 505 143 412 125 425 129 471 140 441 O. Nitcher 162 B. Figgins .. .. . . 145 149 2W 403 Wilson Cleaners—0 W. Flinn 154 183 155 479 T. Parkin 126 132 135 373 L. Seller 144 150 176 470 O. BHtg 141 113 168 431 Bennett Creamery No 1—I L. Kramer 188 131 183 803 A. Dodd 153 188 183 524 J. Kramer 189 195 134 518 C. Dodd 139 177 164 480 H. Kramer 185 158 196 540 Bowling Roundup 'Ramblers' Roll With 2677 Pins Al Beets' "Ramblers" were in high gear last night, getting a 500-plus series from every man for a 2677-pin total and a 3-1 victory over Self-Service Shoes in the Royal T League at the Royal T Lanes. D. Cordle's 235 was the best line, and R. Belter's 569, the best series. The rundown shows 532 by Cecil Wolgast, 558 by Cordle, 515 by B. Pogue, 569 by Beiter and 503 by A. Beets. Bennett Creamery had four men over 500 to post a 2564 series and 4-0 sweep over Wilson Cleaners in the men's Industrial League at the Ottawa Bowl Lanes. Homer Kramer led the Bennett five with 540. Helen Wenthe's 484 was the best series in the Tuesday Night Ladies League at the Ottawa Bowl. Helen's Todd Insurance team beat Eagles Auxiliary, 40. Sally Simmons rolled 480 for Shinn & Haley, 3-1 victor over VFW Auxiliary, and Maxine Moore posted a 481 series for top-place Arnold's Jewelry, 3-1 winner over KOFO Other' team results and indivi- dual scores in the Ottawa Bowl Leagues appear elsewhere in today's sports section. Here art team results and nigh individual scores in the Royal T League: Foremost Dairy—4 High 10-30 — B. Wenthe, 204-554 LL&B Oiler*—0 High 10-30 — J. Pinch. 166-433 Hensiek's Grocery—2 High 10-30 — Hensltk, 202-521 Ottawa Savlnli S Loan—2 High 10 — Bennett. 211 High 30 — Grabhum, 550 Trout's Jewelry—2 High 10-30 — N. Lewis, 1(8-503 BnndyM Insurance—2 High 10-30 — D. Heckman, 198-52C Al Beets Ramblers—3 . High 10 — D. Cordle. 235 High 30 — R. Better, 568 Self-Service Shoes—1 High 10 — Lollar, 202 High 30 — Smay, M4 Best Truck Line—3 High 10-30 — Kltts, 191-526 Maracalbo Oil—1 High 10 — C. Jackson, 187 High 30 — K. Cordle. 478 The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned ia by a reader. For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobile* See Dean Berlin, Agent 109 E. Second Phone CH S-2804 Fast Mrvict. Fair stttlamant off claims. Fritndly paoplt who ara on your sldo. You can't buy better protection. Or broader coverage. Or greater peace of mind* And you save money, too! Lower rates because Farmers insures careful drivers, Check your phone book for Fttrmert Insurance Group Agents. Farmers Auto Insurance AUTO • LIFE • FIME • TRUCK NEIL BULLOCK, District Monogtr tf-^W*.^,^,^**.^*-^ Hrv*ari- *»»«- v»t »*^ -_^r*_3 ..^jCfT-.r.','--'

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