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THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, March 90, IMS Eight Win Cyclone Letters; Three On All-EKL Teams By CONRAD DOWNING With the 1963 basketball season resting peacefully in the minds of most folks, Ottawa High Cyclone coach H. K. Stevens revived it by announcing the basketball lettermen. Five seniors, two juniors and "a sophomore drew monograms for their efforts, as did two team managers. Coach Stevens praised the efforts of his squad during the past year and was high on his lettermen. Roy Dunn, Rick Winchester, Harry Morton, Ben Park and Roger Ferguson were the seniors earning letters for the year. Eddie Davidson, and Jim Lewis were the junior recipients while Ronnie Mendel! represented the sophomores with his first award. Roger Addock and Wayne Wiggins were the team managers lettered. In a poll taken of the Eastern Kansas League coaches, league champion Ottawa grabbed two first team berths on the EKL Allstar team. Harry Morton and Roy Dunn rated the plaudits of the league coaches to head the list of outstanding players. Morton, the Reds 6-6 center, led the league in scoring with a 16.9 average and had help from Dunn, who clipped off a 12.7 average. Another teammate, Mendell, was selected to a second team position as the outstanding sophomore, the only first year man so honored. Mendel! hit for a 12.7 average. League rules prohibit the East Kansas League coaches from casting ballots for a top team, bu a verbal poll was allowed. The ^opinions of the coaches former the foundation for the selections Phil LaHue, Rosedale's top clutch player, drew a first team slot as he sank league opponents four times with only seconds show- Jing on the clock to give the Wildcats a third place finish in the •EKL. ; Argentine's Richard Mabion pro'•vided part of the height of the all-star quintet as the 6-2 center was a stalwart for the Mustangs during the season. The other member of the top five was Turner's Don Pankey, a boy that •shot the Ottawans full of holes in the crucial stages of the EKL season. Pankey had his best nights against the Cyclones and carried the second best average .in the EKL to rate high on the list of shooters. • Selected With Ronnie Mendell to 'the second team were Jim Doyle, f Argentine; Wayne McDonald and : Clayton McGee, Bonner Springs, • and Jim Tinsley, Turner. 'EAST KANSAS ALL-STARS \ \ FIRST TEAM •Player-School Ht Cl Avg. -*H. Morton, Ot 6-6 Sr. 16.9 -R. Dunn, Ot 6-0 Sr. 12.7 :D. Pankey, Tu. .. .6-1 Sr. 15.4 •P. LaHue, Rose. . .5-10 Sr. 14.7 ;R. Mabion, Ar 6-2 Jr. 12.7 THEY'RE ALL-LEAGUE - Harry Morton (left) and Roy Dunn, Ottawa High, were named to All-East Kansas League first team by leagu? coaches. Sophomore Cyclone, Ronnie Mendell, was named to second team. (Herald Photos) i Idaho Basketball • Coaches Resign i POCATELLO, Idaho (AP)-Bas- ;ketball coaches at both of Idaho's ; major colleges submitted resignations Tuesday, one to go to the •University of Nebraska as head tcoach, the other for "personal •reasons." ; Joe Cipriano, 31, quit after three • seasons at the University of Idaho ;at Moscow to accept the head 'coaching job at Nebraska. I Only hours after Cipriano an- jnounced his move, John Evans, ;38, called it quits at Idaho State •College at Pocatello, saying "it is ;ior purely personal reasons that 'I am submitting my resignation •at this time." : Under Cipriano, Idaho had its :best season in history with a 20-0 ^record. Idaho State had its worst : season since 1950 with a mark of -9-16. I College ; Basketball : TOURNAMENTS • NTT : Quarter-finals • Providence 106, Miami, Fla. 96 ' Marquette 84, St. Louis 49 National Junior College First Round • Chipola, Fla. 76, Muskegon, jMich. 67 ; Wilmington BFMC 83, Broome rTech, N.Y. 79-3 ot Independence, Kan. 60, Murray State, Okla. 52 Moberly, Mo, 75, South Texas, Houston 61 Phoenix, Ariz. 83, Southern Union, Ala. 70 Burlington, Iowa 75, Wilson, Chicago 7} Liston Must Get Examination MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) Despite stormy objections by his advisor, heavyweight champion Sonny Liston must come back from Chicago Friday for an official examination to determine whether he is unable to fight Floyd Patterson. The Miami Beach Boxing Commission ordered the champion's return after a hearing Tuesday night in which Liston's Miami physician, Dr. Duke Baird, said he had no conclusive evidence that Liston had torn the cartilage in his left knee. Jack Nilon, Liston's advisor, protested the decision bitterly, but failed to sway chairman Fred Aaronson and other commissioners. Liston took off suddenly for his home in Chicago, after weeks of controversy and conflicting statements over his knee and the state of his health. Nilon requested Tuesday night's hearing and asked for an indefinite postponement of the fight with Patterson, now scheduled for April 10 after a postponement from April 4. "I tried to cover the injury up," Nilon said. "When Liston got on that plane for Chicago, he weighed 235. If there is an operation, it will be eight weeks before he can start training again. Then it will take several months to get him in shape. There is no way of saying when he can fight again." Liston weighed 214 when he knocked out Patterson in the first round in Chicago last September. Dr. Baird said that when Liston first went to him, there was a swelling of the knee joint, indicating a strain on the ligaments. 'The injury responded well to ligament treatment and I thought it would be all right for him to resume training," the doctor said. Bowling Roundup A-No. 1 Shooting By Couple Of A's Vacation Time HAPPY TIME or TRAGEDY Do what you can to Insure Against Accidents. USE OUR SEAT BELTS Factory Bonded BRAKE SHOES Gates NYLON TIRES and other Nationally Known Parts From HARRY SMITH AUTO SUPPLY 110 S. Main CH 2-1522 To Be Sure A. Dodd and Al Knoeppel rolled A-No. 1 series in the men's Industrial League last night at the Ottawa Bowl Lanes. And it paid off in victories for their teams. Dodd scored a 623, on lines of 216-191-216, for Bennett Creamery, 4-0 winner over Ottawa Times, knocking the newspaper quintet out of first place. Knoeppel hit a 602, on lines of 245-171-186, for Peoples National Bank, 3-1 winner over Wilson Cleaners. With R. Lichtenberger scoring a 569 with a 232 line, and two others beating 500, the bankers scored a nifty 2709 team series, Presto Food Products it was that took over the Industrial lead, beating Nitcher Floor Service, 40, with four Presto men beating 500. The count now shows Presto with a 67-45 compared to the Times' 66V&-45& How close can they get? Al Beets' "Ramblers" are still rambling in the men's Royal T League at the Royal T Lanes. The Ramblers rolled a 2535 series, paced by D. Cordle and Al Beets, to beat the LL&B Oilers, 3-1, last night. Cordle and Beets each, had a 213 line. Cordle's series was 542, and Beets' 538. Duke Cheney rolled the best series in the Royal T League, 555, but he really didn't have to do so well. His team, Ottawa Savings & Loan, picked up four points via the forefeit route from Best Truck Lines. Beets is in first place in the Royal T with a 33V4-14V 2 record. Maracaibo Oil holds second with 29-19 after beating Trout's Jewelry, 3-1. last night. Sally Simmons led the women in the Tuesday Night Ladies League at the Ottawa Bowl, rolling a 505 for Shinn & Hpley, roll- winner over the Eagles Auxiliary. Sally's lines were 185-153-167. Pat White scored an even 500, on lines of 177-137-186, for KOFO, 3-1 winner over VFW Auxiliary. Anrold's Jewelry split 2-2 with Todd's Insurance but still leads the Ladies League with a 75V6- record. KOFO is second with 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 Royal T League: Self-Sorvlce Shoes—s«,4 m g h i°, ~ Smay and Dls °.ue, 190 High 30 — Dlsque, 527 Bundy's Iiunrance— Vt High 10-30 — Heckman, 184-589 Ottawa Saving-* & Loan—4 High 10-30 — D. Cheney, 199-555 Bent Truck Linns—0 (Forfeit) Maranalbo OH—3 High 10-30 — Miller, 202-554 Trout's Jewelry—1 High 10-30 — 8. Smith, 194-504 Foremost Dairy—I High 10-30 — B. Wenthe, 197-537 Henslck's Grocery—0 High 10-30 — O. Gumm, 195-457 Al Beets Ramblers—3 High 10 — D. Cordle ft A. Beets, 213 High 30 — D. Cordle, 542 LLAB Oilers—1 High 10 — Miller, 165 High 30 — Quge, 414 THURSDAY NIGHT LEAGUES AMF (Men's) Team W L Pepsi Cola 29 15 Conrad's Painters 27 17 Cheney's Markets 24 K. 19% Brlscoe Drugs 22 Vi 13% Litwin's 22 22 Dutch Boy Paints 20V4 23V4 Brown's Hardware 20 20 Blue Moon 20 24 Colbern's 15'/ 2 28Vb Peterson's Masonry 11 21 Ladles Budge's Hardware SOVi 27% Blenie's Oarage 59 49 Mann-Bell Drugs 58'i 49% Beautyland 47 61 Bond Cleaners 46 62 Towner's 33 75 Classic (Men's) Pepsi-Cola 75 37 Ottawa Bowl 63 49 Edmiston's 60% 51V4 Pence Food Center 53 59 Kitty Clover 50 62 Ottawa Insulation 34',i 77>/a Tractor Tire Vulcanizing Foster Farm Service GILLILAND'S Recapping - Vulcanizing Rt 4. Ottawa Ph Centropolis 6 OTTAWA BOWL N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE Ottawa TlmBj—0 1st 2nd 3rd L. Moore 170 183 116 L. Chambers 124 106 152 B. Seymour 154 172 140 B. Hart 132 144 145 B. Einehart 186 150 172 Bennett Creamery No, 1—4 L. Kramer 159 207 146 A. Dodd 216 191 216 J. Kramer IT" 179 144 D. Dodd 142 118 153 H. Kramer 167 196 185 Presto—4 L. Blackstone .. .176 172 159 J. Wlllhite "... 18C 150 196 J. Clark 166 190 147 M. Reno 137 118 160 M. Ball 156 165 198 Nltchrr Flour Serr.—0 O. Lancaster Ill 144 123 J. Lancaster 156 133 174 G. Davis 143 156 143 O. Nitcher 130 155 133 B. Plggins 168 162 169 Peoples National Bank—» A. Gilbert 135 178 209 R. Davis 183 200 160 B. Page 170 148 155 A. Knoeppel 245 171 186 R. Lichtenberger . 192 145 232 Wilson Cleaners—1 W. Flinn 202 170 172 T. Parkin 117 126 112 L. Heller 154 159 111 H. Shcphard 74 138 133 G. Bitts 180 149 92 Ttl. 469 382 466 421 508 512 623 493 413 548 527 526 503 415 519 TUESDAY NIGHT LADIES KOFO—3 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. H. Carey 126 138 151) 414 H. Conrad 147 145 155 447 B. Welborn 96 143 112 351 M. Lichtenberger . . 131 137 109 377 P. White 177 137 186 500 VFW Aux. 5901—1 J. Lutz 153 M. Hull 112 L. Wise 130 SUInn & Haley—4 P. Jackson ill D. Nitcher 1U6 B. Denniston ..'.... 95 B. Adams 156 S. Simmons 185 Katies Aux.—0 B. Brill .. P. Todd L, Castcel M. Hopkins 135 181 449 13i) 117 359 98 127 355 378 403 442 418 : E. Keller 138 489 ! 119 80 83 123 522 543 473 602 569 544 355 424 345 421 Arnold* Jewelry—J H. Liegerot 121 M. Cayot 93 V. Ferguson 167 M. Moore 118 V. Foster 145 Toddi Iniuranoe—S L. Bennett .. ' 138 B. Flory 100 E. Kuim 146 L. Campbell .. '..'.. 104 H. Wenthe 147 135 152 398 140 123 369 116 95 306 152 135 442 153 167 505 117 107 343 88 111 279 119 129 331 137 141 401 133 121 392 131 147 399 104 112 309 145 156 458 114 160 393 144 179 468 119 160 407 108 74 282 131 99 376 145 102 351 158 133 438 Marquette, Providence NIT Winners By JIM HACKLEMAN Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) - For Marquette's Ed Hickey, the Warrior victory was the most satisfying of a long basketball coaching career. For Providence's Joe Mullaney, the Friars' victory was another in a long line of heart-stopping scramblers. The two teams posted quarterfinal triumphs in the 26th National Invitation Tournament Tuesday night, Marquette blazing past St. Louis 84-49 and Providence counter rallying for a 106-96 decision over Miami of Florida. Marquette and Providence square off in the opening game of Thursday night's semifinal doubleheader at Madison Square Garden, preceding a match between Canisius and Villanova. Hickey, involved with St. Louis Coach John Benington in a feud that has resulted in a breach of basketball relations between their two schools, watched contentedly as his veteran Warrior squad thoroughly outclassed the Billi- kens. Hustle, speed and a 51 per cent shooting average made it a Marquette romp. Hickey, who has accused St. Louis of luring away a player committed to Marquette and vows he will never again play a Benington team—"unless we're paired off in a tournament"—refused to dwell on the controversy after the game. To Honor Alex Croza LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP)-Alex Groza, who came off the shelf of dishonor in basketball, will be honored tonight along with the Bellarmine College team that he directed to a winning season. Groza, 36, was named coach of the year in the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference by a vote of league coaches Tuesday. Groza, former All-America at the University of Kentucky, became Bellarmine coach in 1959-60. The team compiled a 20-7 record this season and played in an MCAA college division regional tournament. For Groza, the road back be»an 11 years ago, after he and :wo ex-Kentucky teammates were >iven suspended sentences by a New York judge for conspiring to shave points. All were banned from basketball for three years Groza got his second chance at Bellarmine. "At first, I felt like crawling on a shelf and hiding," he said "Finally, I decided I couldn't hide any more. People knew. me. They had to begin taking me for what I am and not what I had been. "I've done 10 years of pen- nance. People are really forgiving." Exhibition Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tuesday's Results Detroit 8, Los Angeles (N) 3 Chicago (N) 3, San Francisco 2 Cleveland 13, Houston 3 Los Angeles (A) 5, Boston 1 Baltimore 4, Chicago (A) 3 Kansas City 9, New York (A) 5 Cincinnati 5, Minnesota 4 Milwaukee 7, Pittsburgh 6 St. Louis 7, New York (N) 3 The Herald pays 95 every week For the best news tip turned in by a reader Baseball Notes Orioles Strike Early In 10th Straight Win By TED MEIER Associated Press Sports Writer The Baltimore Orioles, traveling along baseball's exhibition trail undefeated in 10 games, seem to have located the glory road they suddenly stepped off in September 1960. In 1960 the Orioles battled the New York Yankees nip and tuck before losing out for the American League pennant. They were in first place on Sept. 9 and on Sept 15 were still virtually tied for the top with an 83-58 record to 82-57 for the Yanks. Then came a disastrous series with the Yanks and the Orioles finished second, 8 games behind with an 89-65 record. The Orioles slipped to a third's place finish in 1961, 14 games back of the Yankees, and last year dropped to seventh place, 19 games out of first. Now with Luis Aparicio, Al Smith and Pete Ward obtained in an off-season trade with the Chi- cago White Sox, a sharp reversal seems evident It was a triple by shortstop Aparicio that started the Orioles on the way to their 10th straight vicory Tuesday, 4-3 over the White Sox at Sarasota. It triggered a 3-run first inning and the Sox never caught up. The world champion Yankees continue! at the bottom of the AL standings with a 3-8 mark. They rapped out 15 hits but nevertheless lost to Kansas City 9-5 at Bradenton, Al Kaline's four hits and the pitching of Hank Aguirre led the Detroit Tigers to their fifth straight triumph, 8-3 over the Los Angeles Dodgers at Lakeland. Aguirre worked six innings and has not yielded an earned run in 13 innings. Before the game the Tigers announced that pitcher Frank Lary had signed his contract. Cleveland smashed out 18 hits and crushed Houston, the Nation- al League exhibition leader, 134 at Tucson. Cincinnati helped by John Edwards' 2-run homer, hipped Minnesota 5-4 at Orlando and Norm Larker's ninth - inning single drove in the winning run for Milwaukee as the Braves edged Pittsburgh 7-6 at Fort Myers. Lee Thomas homered and drove in another run with a single to lead the Los Angeles Angels to t 5-1 victory over Boston at Palm Springs, Calif. Pitching dominated the other games in which the Chicago Cubs defeated San Francisco 3-2 at Mesa and St. Louis whipped the New York Mets 7-3 at St. Petersburg. Four Cub pitchers fanned 15 Giant batters, seven of them by southpaw Dick Ellworth in the first three innings. Another left-hander, Curt Simmons of the Cardinals, twirled 5 hitless innings against the Mets, then yiellded two scratched singles before finishing his 6-inning stint Dodds Gets KSU / Track Coach Job MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) - Deloss Dodds, who finished an outstanding college track career at Kansas State only four years ago, has been named head track coach at K-State, succeeding Ward Haylett. Haylett, 65, was K-State' first full-time track coach. He will step down June 30 after 35 years as head coach. Dodds, 25, now is assistant track coach and ticket manager. He still holds the varsity 440-yard record of 46.9, set in 1959. He won the Big Eight 440 crown at 47.4 the same year and was clocked in 45.9 in anchoring K-State to a school record of 3:10 in the mile relay at the Drake Relays. Dodds was clocked at 46.3 in the National AAU meet in 1960. In 1959 he was on a United States troupe which toured Finland and Sweden. Haylett said Dodds is "absolutely dedicated" to track, has shown fine leadership ability and is interested in his boys. Haylett added: "In his first year as head coach he will have the finest group of 440 men off the freshman team since he himself was a freshman. This will be right down his line " Dodds, a graduate of Riley, Kan., high school, came to K- State on a football scholarship but a leg injury prevented him from playing. Then a track season in which his times improved rapidly turned him to track. Haylett, a former Olympic and Pan American coach, has been in the coaching field for 46 years. Pro Basketball PLAYOFF Tuesday's Result Eastern Division Semifinal Syracuse 123, Cincinnati 120, Syracuse leads best-of-5 series, 10 Today's Game Western Division Semifinal Detroit at St. Louis, opener of best-of-5 series Thursday's Game Syracuse at Cincinnati Here's What You Have been Waiting for!! This Week at Al Beets' Motors You Can Buy any of 15 Used Cars from 1957 to 1948 Models. All good Transportation for NOTHING DOWN and ONLY $3.00 to $8.00 p«r week. Open Evenings AL BEETS MOTORS DcLOSS DODDS Breaks 220 Dash Record TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) - Lanky Henry Carr of Arizona State University, who had been flirting with the world record hi the 220- yard dash for two years, finally broke it Tuesday night. Can* churned around one turn in chilly Goodwin Stadium in :20.4, one-tenth of a second faster than any human before. The recognized record is held by Stone Johnson of Grambling, La., College; Ray Norton, Santa Clara Valley, Calif., Youth Village, and Paul Drayton, Villanova. Carr, a 6-foot-3 sophomore from Detroit, beat two teammates and three University of Utah runners by 10 yards. Coach Senon (Baldy) Castillo, who is dedicated to building a track power at A-State, said there was no wind aiding Carr. Castillo said the track would be surveyed Wednesday to make certain the distance was correct. Beavers Tough, Says Coach By DON WEISS Asociated Press Sports Writer LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP)-Coach Forrest Twogood of Southern California, a fellow who should know, says the Beavers of Oregon State won't be one bit out of place in the company of collegiate basketball's big three—Cincinnati, Duke and Chicago Loyola — hi the NCAA championships this week* end. "This is a real good, strong, sound team," Twogood said as he and the rest of Derbytown looked ahead to Friday's semifinals at massive Freedom Hall. "Mel Counts, their 7-foot boy, has come along wonderfully; Terry Baker is a great team leader and a fine player; Steve Pauly it a strong boy who can shoot the eyes out of the basket, and those three sophomores — Jim Kraus, Frank Peters and Jim Jarvis— get the job done. "Slats Gill is a wonderful coach and has really shaped up the team. I saw that game Saturday night against Arizona State and the way Oregon State handled them was remarkable." Oregon State, with a 22-7 record, spilled fourth-ranked Arizona State 83-65 in the final of the Far West regional at Provo, Utah, t« qualify for the national semifinals Friday along with Cincinnati, Duke and Loyola, the teams ranked 1-2-3 in the final Associated Press poll. The Beavers play Cincinnati, the NCAA champion the last two years, in the second game of Friday's doubleheader that opens with a 6:30 p.m., Ottawa Time, collision between Duke and Loyola. For Insurance On dwellings, household goods. buildings and automobile See Dean Berlin, Agent 109 E Second Phone CH 2-2804 OUT on a LIMB over your INCOME Confused by complex deductions and tax language? Ifll pay you to let BLOCK do all the work and worry. They'll figure your tax quickly and accurately, and often save* you money besides. See your nearest BLOCK office today! IOTH iwCOl 530 N. Main Ottawa, Ks. Nation's Largest ia.\ specialists - m Offices Across the U.S. 2011/2 S. 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