The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 19, 1963 · Page 3
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Ottawa, Kansas
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Tuesday, March 19, 1963
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4^~ ntjrr. • UM* V* *a •U Bowling Roundup Bill Rolls 631 Series For Him And Helen Helen & Bill's Cafe bowled the high team series, 2,788 pins, against Hubbard Lumber last night in the men's Brunswick League at Ottawa Bowl. Bill Wenthe led the team with a 031 series, and was followed closely by Richard Schultz with a 627. Wenthe rolled lines of 204, 195 and 232 for his high series. Schultz scored 244, 211 and 192. Other members of the team and their scores were Dave Heckman, 518; Jules Doty, 513, and Howard Doman, 499. The team defeated Hubbard Lumber 3-1. In spite of last night's setback, Hubbard Lumber still leads the league with a 71^-40^ record. Helen & Bill's Cafe is in second place with a 67-45 record. In the Ladies League, Ruth Carlson bowled a 517 series to lead Betty B's, Baldwin, to a 3-1 victory over Nitcher Floor Service. Ottawa Bowl defeated Elks, 3-1, and Lee's Cafe beat Ottawa Savings and Loan, 4-0. Lee's victory kept the team way out front with Wilt The Top Scorer Again NEW YORK (AP)-Wilt Chamberlain of the San Francisco Warriors won his fourth straight National Basketball Association scoring championship and also set a record for field goal percentage during the 1962-63 season that ended Sunday. Final league statistics showed today that Chamberlain accumulated 3,586 points in 80 games for a 44.8 average. The 7-foot-l Stilt compiled a .528 shooting percentage from the field, bettering the previous mark of .513 set by Walt Bellamy of the Chicago Zephyrs last season. Chamberlain connected on 1,463 shots in 2,770 field goal tries. Elgin Baylor of the Los Angeles Lakers wound up second in the points and a 34.0 average. Oscar points and a 34.0 average. Oscar Robertson of the Cincinnati Roy als finished third with 2,264 points, averaging 28.3. a 74-38 record. Despite last night's loss, Elks' 60-51 record is still good for second place. In the Friday Night Ladies League makeup at Royal T Lanes, Ellen Hickman scored highest with a 472 series for Helen & Bill's Cafe, but the team was still defeated, 4-0 by Pence's Food Center. After last night's makeup, Royal T Lanes still leads the league with a 37-11 record. The next three teams in the league are McFad- deh's Painting, 32-16; Pence's Food Center, 28-20 and Helen & Bill's, 24-24. 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 Friday Night Ladies League: FRIDAY NIGHT LADIES (Make-IJp) Ottawa Bowl—S High 10 — L. Finch, 187 High 30 — B. Adams, 446 Wills Cafe—1 High 10-30 — Droddy, 156-431 Fence Food Center—I High 10 — Leigerot, Zellsdorf, 161 High 30 — Zlelsdorf, 419 Helen & Bill's Cafe—0 High 10-30 — E. Hickman, 179-472 Gambles—3 High 10-30 — O. Hollon, 156-43S Farmelee—1 High 10-30 — B. Walker, 162-413 McFadden'i Painttaif—4 High 10-30 — D. Blcheaon, 179-428 Royal T—0 High l'J-30 — S. Wolgast, 174-468 Fairmont Dairy—3 High 10-30 — Y. Eeddlck, 189-457 Kramer's Drocs—1 High 10-30 — F. Hughes, 180-431 WEDNESDAY NIGHT LEAGUES Ladlei Team V L Wright's Studio 82 30 Moore's Chevrolet ..'.... 71% 40V4 Peoples National Bank . ..66% 45>/a Towner's 58V4 55Vi Kansas State Bank 53 59 Seller Studio 50 62 Meadow Gold 50 62 48'/2 63>/a Restock Lyon County Lake Re - stocking of Lyon County State Lake has been started, according to Roy Schoonover, chief of the fisheries division of the Kansas Forestry, Fish and Game Commission. Fingerling bass and bluegill were placed in the lake, and other species will be stocked when they cies will be stocked when they become available. General rehabilitation of the lake was begun in late summer of last year when it was determined the fish population has become unbalanced enough to be detrimental to fishing. Normally it takes two full summers before a rehabilitated lake is re-opened for fishing. First National Bank Romstedt's Grocery 44 68 Petrex of Texas 42 70 Twilight (Men's) Bienle's Oarage 68% 43% Sunrise Dairy 68 44 Ottawa Bus Servict 60 52 Bob's Clothes 54 58 Bennett Creamery .. .".' ..47% 64% Western Auto 38 74 Booster (Men'i) Knights of Columbus No. 3 34% •% Knights of Columbus No. 1.29 15 Colby Furniture 27 17 Knights of Columbus No. 2 25 IB Robertson Motors 20 24 Royal T 21 23 Hank Sinclair 18 26 Princeton 21 23 Kitty Clover 15% 28% Mllle's • 35 Commercial (Men'i) Todd's Mobile Homes .. ..77 35 Kersley Cowboys 64 48 Texaco 63% 48% Crites 54 58 Freedeen's Shoes 38% 72% Blakesley 38 74 Picks Giants PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (AP)Manager Billy Rigney of the Los Angeles Angels was asked to predict the outcome of the National League pennant race. "I pick the Giants," he said unhesitatingly. "I think it's the best team playing. I think they have the best 25 players in the game." Grenade In Mail, Boom! SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - U.S. postal inspectors, sifting through the debris of a San Francisco airport mail room explosion, were trying to find out today who may have sent a live hand grenade through the mail. The blast occured Monday as postal clerk Robert Kingman, 42, hoisted a mail bag onto a processing table. Kingman, whose wrist was broken, said he set the sack on the table "rather heavily." There was a blinding flash and an explosion which knocked Kingman to the floor and shattered every window in the room. Another clerk, David Belbow, 46, was standing 10 feet away. He too was bowled over, suffering lacerations of the face and chest. Twelve of the 60 employees on duty at the time were sent to the hospital with minor injuries. Kingman and Belbow were handling mail bags that had come in from U.S. military installations in Korea and South Viet Nam. BOWLING PINBOY - Billy Bond pecks out from "pit" at Ottawa Bowl Lanes-he's used to seeing pins scattered, whether he's on pinboy job or in action on the end. Billy, 15-year- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon oBnd, 123 Maple, came through three nights of league bowling with scries of 602, 595 and (zounds!) 693. That's 1890 for nine lines or 620 per series or 210 per line. Billy's average is 153, or was, and a 26J line in the 693 series probably wil get him an ABC Century Patch. (Herald Photo) Good Luck But Don't Catch Too Many Fish Kansas game protectors report fishermen in the state have been taking advantage of warm days to try their skill at taking catfish, bass and crappie, indicating that fishing season is almost here. With spring just around the corner, nice ctaches already have been reported. The lawful daily creel limit (midnight to midnight) for most waters in the state of Kansas are as follows: Black Bass (Largemouth, Spotted, Kentucky, Smallmouth), 10; Channel Catfish, Blue Catfish, .10; and Flathead Catfish, 10. The daily creel limit of any combination of the above species shall not exceed 10 fish in all. Walleye, Sauger, 5; Crappie, Injured Devil Will Be Ready DURHAM, N.C. (AP)-Duke's 6- foot-10 center, Jay Buckley, is expected to be ready to play Friday when the second-ranked Blue Devils meet Loyola of Chicago in the NCAA basketball semifinal at Louisville. Buckley was examined Monday by University physicians. The Blue Devil pivotman suffered a bruised right shoulder and a jammed finger on his left hand in last Saturday night's victory over St. Joseph's that put Duke in the Louisville competition. Not to Exceed 30 pounds; White Bass, No Limit, and Bullhead Catfish, No Limit. All other species, except Northern Pikes, No Limit. There's no open season on Northern Pike. Special creel limits may be established at certain state lakes. Regulations posted in the state lake areas will advise. Complete fishing laws are found in the Fish and Game Laws of Kansas copies available from game protectors, county clerks or from headquarters in Pratt. All fishermen who use boats are reminded that United States Coast Guard — approved life preserving equipment is required for each person in the boat when operated on waters of this state. This law applies whether or not the boat APPLEBY Aluminum lO-ft. Car Top Boat Sturdy and Rugged. Thrifty Made of tough.050 Mod .| heavy gauge aluminum. ""»«"•' GUARANTEED 1O Years Against Punctures Evinrude Motors and Family Boats BROWN Hdwe. and SPORTING Goods 1540 S. Main is powered by a motor, and will be enforceds. Asks Post To Retract Fix Charge ATLANTA (AP)-The Saturday Evening Post has been asked to retract an article accusing Wallace Butts and Alabama Coach Paul Bryant of collusion to rig the A1 a b a ma-Georgia football game last fall. The move is necessary under Georgia law, to enable a plaintiff to recover punitive damages if a libel suit is filed and won in court. Both Butts, former athletic director at the University of Georgia, and Bryant have denied the charges. Butts has said he intends to file a libel suit. Bryant has a $50,000 libel suit pending against the Post in con- nection with" anofKer article about football brutality. The state investigation was ordered by Gov. Carl E< Sanders after the Post charged that Butts gave Bryant detailed information about Georgia's team eight days before the game, which Alabama won 35-0. George Burnett, an Atlanta insurance salesman, was quoted in the magazine story as saying that he overhead a telephone conversation between Butts and Bryant. 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