The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 21, 1963 · Page 3
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Bowling Roundup Doty Downs 633 Pins To Spark Todd 2649 Jules Doty knocked down 233 pins in his closing line to post a 626 series last night for Todd Mobile Homes in the Commercial League at the Ottawa Bowl. With Homer Kramer rolling a 583, the Todd men scored a 2649 team series in their 2-2 split with Kersley's Cowboys. Todd's keeps its first-place spot in the league with a 79-37 record. But Texaco, getting a 597 with a 212 top line from Page, knocked the Cowboys out of second with a 4-point sweep over Fredeen's Shoes. Texaco's record is 67'/648 1 /6, compared to 66-50 for Kersley. E. Ferguson helped keep Kersley in the running with a 585 series, including a 225 line. Sue Wolgast helped her Wright's Studio team extend its lead in the Wednesday Night Ladies League at the Royal T Lanes, rolling a 526 on lines of 170 (her average) 196-160. Wright's record now is 86-30, compared to 74 1 /6-41}6 for second - place Moore's Chevrolet. Moore's roled the best series in the league last night, 2334, in beating Meadow Gold, 3-1. Leading the Chevrolet girls were Glenna Lu Whitacre with 488, Ellen Hickman with 485 and L e o n a Jones with 482. Ruth Carlson continued to turn in fine series, scoring a 515 for Peoples National Bank, 4-0 winner over Beller Studio. Other high scorers in the Ladies League were Ruth Mock, 487 for Towner's; Virginia Hoffman, 488 Scoring Off In College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS They put up the "whoa" sign this season in racehorse college basketball. The National Collegiate Ath- thleh'c Association's service bureau which keeps tabs on such things reported Thursday that scoring in major college games dropped from a 141 average to 138.4 per game for both teams. "The figures substantiate the suspicion that coaches across the country deliberately took the racehorse out of basketball" the bureau said. "At least enough of them turned to the control game to result in an unprecedented decrease in the number of field goal attempts." Field goal attempts were the lowest in 16 years. The colleges averaged only 127.3 shots at the basket compared with 134.5 the year before. For the fifth time in six seasons the Midwest led the other sections in point-making averaging 145.2 points a game for both teams. Largest decrease was in the South where scoring fell off 4.7 points a game. The only section to show a scoring gain was the Far West. The Rockies had a slight gain—138.9 to 138.0—but the Pacific Coast leaped from 129.4 to 132.6. Beveled and Plain Edge MIRRORS For Any Room in Your Home SUFFRON Glass Go. 418 N Main Ph CH 2-2515 Uncle Sam Sues To Fight Cash LOS ANGELES (AP)-The U.S. government has filed an income tax bill of $9,798 on the $26,000 the stricken Argentine heavyweight, Alejandro Lavorante, earned in this country in 1962. Because of the tax lien, Lavorante's father will not be able to take his son home until after a hearing, set for May 29. The boxer has been in a coma for six months. He was knocked out in a Los Angeles fight and never has regained consciousness. Lavorante's father was given permission two weeks ago to handle the $16,886 the boxer had in a bank account, but the tax lien ties up the moey until the hearing. Wrestler Vie For NCAA Title KENT, Ohio (AP)—Three individual champions and the always great Oklahoma State University team lead a field of 287 wrestlers into action today in the 33rd annual NCAA championships. Mickey Martin of Oklahoma, 130 Mike Natvig of Army, 147, and Oklahoma's Wayne Baughman at 191 pounds are shooting to repeat as titleholders. Oklahoma State is a strong favorite to win its third straight team title. Oklahoma, however, promises to provide a hot scrap. The 115-pound class shapes up as a duel between Big Eight Conference champ Lowell Stewart of Iowa State and Oklahoma's Wally Curtis. Standouts in the 127-pound class include Kansas State's John Thompson. for Peoples National, and I. Honn, 488 for Meadow Gold. Cecil Wolgast showed real consistency in his 200-193-206—599 series for Royal T, 4-0 winner over Princeton in the Booster League at the Royal T. The Knights of Columbus No. 1 team pulled to within 1% points of the Booster League • leading Knights No. 3 by beating No. 3, 4-0. There were some sound series in the men's Twilight League at the Ottawa Bowl. G. Bowman hit 580 and D. Wieneke 573 to lead Bienie's Garage to a 2619 series. The garagemen split 2-2 with Ottawa Bus Service, and Sunrise Dairy took over the Twilight lead with a 3-1 victory over Western Auto. C. Fritts scored a consistent 190-195-190—575 for Sunrise. The dairymen's record is 71-45, compared to 70%-45% for Bienie's. 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 leagues: WEDNESDAY NIGHT LADIES Kansas State Bank—4 High 10 — M. Mueller. 188 High 30 — H. Llegerot, 424 Bomstedt'a Grocery—0 High 10-30 — V. Dengel. 142-3M Wrljht'i Studio—4 High 10-30 — 8. WolgMt, 198-528 Flr.rt National Bank—0 High 10-30 — N. Fritts, 158-414 Petrex of Texas—3 High 10 — E. Milton, 185 High 30 — N. Lollar, 427 Towner's—1 High 10-30 — B. Mock, 187-487 Moore's Chevrolet—3 High 10 — E. Hickman, 178 High 30 — G. Whitacre, 488 Meadow Gold—1 High 10-30 — I. Honn, 174-488 Peoples National Bank—4 High 10 — V. Hoffman. 188 High 30 — R. Carlson, 515 Beller Studio—0 High 10-30 — B. Crockett, 173-488 BOOSTER LEAGUE Hank's Sinclair—3 High 10 — Lefler. 1B3 High 30 — Jones, 518 Robertson Motors—1 High 10-30 — E. Hoffman, 184-451 Royal T—I High 10-30 — C. Wolgast, 206-519 Princeton—4) High 10-30 — McAnamey. 182-4*3 Mlllc's— 3 High 10 — G. Mllle, 186 High 30 — P. Mille, 462 Kitty Clover—1 High 10-30 — D. Bell, 192-506 K of C No. 1—4 High 10-30 — L. Motelet, 194-523 K of C No. 3—0 High 10-30 — McLaughlln, 167-452 K of C No. 3—4 High 10-30 — Beier, 209-558 Colby's Furniture—0 High 10 — J. Allen, 198 High 30 — Fogue, 519 FRIDAY NIGHT LEAGUES Ladles Royal T 37 McFadden's Painting .. ..32 Pence Food Center 28 Gambles 25 Helen & Bill's Cafe 24 Ottawa Bowl ....24 Fairmont Dairy 20 Kramer's Drugs 19 Wills Cafe 17 Farmelee 14 Dynamic (Men's) Lee's Cafe 83 W. W. Whitacre .. 62 Keen Company 60% Royal T 58 Briscoe Drugs 36 Willis Nursery 32'/4 Nlfht Hawk (Men's) Smith Auto Supply 70 White's Appliances 58 Russ & Pat's ..58 Reno's, Inc 53 Montgomery Ward 52 Heathman Oil 44 11 18 20 23 24 24 28 29 31 34 29 50 51% 54 76 79% 49 54 54 59 60 •8 NOW The Price Is Right for you to own that second car you've always wanted ' FIND IT... Where? Consult the CLASSIFIED SECTION of this paper for the car of your choice today. You're sure to find the car you want at a price that is right. • AND REMEMBER The classified section of The OTTAWA HERALD can save you money everyday. It's so easy, simply dial CH 2-4700 and ask for classified advertising. We will be happy to help you. BAKING CHAMP - Patricia Abersold, Ottawa 4-H'er, is congratulated by James E. Marler, vice president of Standard Brands, Inc., New York, on her baking achievements. Patricia was Kansas state 4-H winner in bread demonstration and won trip to Chicago. Player Is Lost In Locker Room ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) Two questions in the locker room between halves of Michigan's basketball victory over Indiana here last Feb. 9 put captain-elect Bob Cantrell out for the rest of the game, says Coach Dave Strack. Cantrell was hit accidentally on the chin late in the first half, but waved Strack and trainer Jim Hunt away, shouting: "I'm all right." In the locker room Strack asked Cantrell if he felt all right. "Sure," said the player, "but can I speak to you privately?" They went to a corner, and Cantrell said: "Two questions: First — where am I? And second—who the devil are you?" Dupas Gets Title Shot NEW ORLEANS (AP)-Ralph Dupas, the dandy dancer from New Orleans, will get a crack next month at Denny Moyer's junior middleweight title. The New Orleans Boxing Club announced Wednesday night that Moyer would meet Dupas here April 29 in a 15-round championship match at Municipal Auditorium. The Moyer-Dupas bout had earlier been scheduled for Oakland, 'alif., on April 15, but promoters there canceled the match after both fighters said they could make more money elsewhere. $3 Million Suit Against Oil Company WICHITA (AP) - A $3 million damage suit against Skelly Oil Co. of Tulsa, Okla., is on file in U.S. District Court here. The suit, brought by trustees of the Methodist Church at Rock, Kan., and 103 other persons, accuses the Skelly firm of polluting the Walnut River with oil sediment from its refinery at El Dorado, Kan. Action on the suit is awaiting plaintiff replies to questions raised by company lawyers. Fred R. Vieux of Augusta, Kan. attorney of the plaintiffs, said replies to some of the questions will be filed within a week. "I'll probably ask for an extension of time to answer the others," he added. The suit alleges the refinery has allowed a sediment "of a pol- lutive, poisonous and noxious nature" to drain into the Walnut River and tributaries. It contends this has been going on for many years and that the pollution has spread across farm land during floods, killing crops, grass, shrubs, fish and making the soil unfit for cultivation. The suit alleges this also makes the river unsuitable for recreation, for livestock water and other domestic use. It seeks a permanent injunction to stop the procedure and asks judgments totaling $3,042,000. Plaintiffs ore persons owning or having an interest in land near the river. New And Simple Checkout System In Use At Library Ottawa Carnegie Free Library has adopted a new system of checking out library materials in the adult department, effective immediately. It is known as the Newark Self- Charge Signature system. The borrower will be asked to participate by writing his name and adress on the book card in each book he checks out. He then will present the book card with book to any librarian at the desk where books will be stamped with the date due. "The new system is less complicated and more ecnomical for the library," says Nell Barnaby, librarian. "The change is prompted by a great need to cut rising costs of library operation. We hope that, at the same time, the MetsMayGet Duke Snider CLEARWATER, Fla. (AP) The New York Mets are interested in Los Angeles Dodger .outfielder Duke Snider but will have to wait at least 10 days before learning whether he's up for the highest bidder. The Dodgers told the Mets Wednesday that the Los Angeles club wants to wait 10 days more before deciding whether to keep the 36-year-old left-handed swinger. Hawks Suspend Sauldsberry ST. LOUIS (AP) - St. Louis Hawks general manager Marty Blae said Wednesday night, Woody Sauldsberry, veteran National Basketball Association forward, will not rejoin the team for the rest of the post-season playoffs. Sauldsberry was suspended by Hawks coach Harry Gallatin following a disagreement during St. Louis' game at Los Angeles last Wednesday. Gallatin said he would reinstate Sauldsberry if he apologized, but the Hawks have not heard from him since that night. St. Louis acquired Sauldsberry in a trade with the Chicago Zephyrs for Barney Cable midway through this season. OU Intersquad Match Friday Coach Bill Boucek will send his Ottawa University trackmen through an intersquad meet at 5 p.m. tomorrow on Cook Field. The Braves' first test will come Monday when they meet William Jewell. Watch The Herald for the Braves' schedule. 700 To Attend Church Meeting EMPORIA, Kan. (AP) - More than 700 Methodist women from the eastern third of Kansas are expected to attend the annual meeting of the Kansas Conference Woman's Society of Christian Service here March 28 and 29. The annual meeting of the 53 Wesleyan Service Guilds of the conference will follow March 3031. system will allow staff members some time to devote to patrons' special reading and referenct needs." Miss Bamaby points out that 'flic staff and board have been searching for a circulation control system which will provide the maximum in efficiency and economy consistent with service. "We believe this system is the most effective and economical for our particular libaray," she says. As another means of cutting operation costs, the library will now send only two notices for overdue books. The first will be • postcard sent 14 days after due date. The second notice will be a letter, 21 days after due date, asking for full payment of the cost of the book. There will be no change in the loan period for books, and borrowers may continue to renew books by telephone. THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, March 21, 1963 "»-• <~—^^^^^^^~^—^^^^mmm*^^^^^^^mm^^^^m^^^^^ Public Auction HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND ANTIQUES On account of illness, will sell the following, 1 block south and one block west of City Hall in Williamsburg, Kansas. Saturday, Mar. 23, 1963 Starting at 1:00 P.M. One birds eye maple bedroom suite* Antique wal» nut bedroom suite; 3 beds; 3 dressers; 5 mattresses; 5 Springs; bedding, pillows; 7 trunks; Skelgas range; Philco refrigerator; Maytag washer; Cupboard; Kitchen cabinet; Table; Motorola television; Electrolux sweeper; Writing desk and book case; Antique walnut secretary; Sewing machine; Wardrobe; Chairs; Stands; Floor lamps; Pitcher and bowl bedroom sets; Dishes and cooking utensils; Electric motor; Ladder, 14 foot; rabbit hutches: Lawn cart; Craftsman lawn mower; 5 Resnors; Other articles too numerous to mention. Terms: Cash Not responsible in case of accident EMMA ATKINSON. OWNER Peoples National Bank, Clerk, Ottawa, Kansas. Harold Stewart, Auctioneer DASHING HEMS SPRING INTO FASHION WHEN Penney's short stops Laminate coats Our three - quarter and seven- eighth toppers take the long season view of coat coverage ... let you temper it with a teeny bit of A flirt skirt! Fabulous fibers newly ^formed and laminated to polyurethane foam go the distance for shape retention, light-weight topping. All at Penney's comparison defying prices! A. Acrylic crepe is crisp in red, blue, black or beige. 6 to 16. $14.95 B. Acrylic crepe in black, beige, red, turquoise. 6 to 16. $17.95 C. Antron nylon in beige, red, black, turquoise. 6 to 16. $17.95 look, Mom! No fuss when she wears DREAMY DACRON BATISTE! Whipped to a froth, dashed with fashion, these Dacron polyesters have all the detailing girls love! Frosty embroidery! Ribbons 'n bows! Their own crisp pettis! And, mom loves 'em for their easy upkeep! A. CUMBERBUND cinched silhouette 7 to 14 B. POSY embroidered bodice, 7 to 14 4.98 C. BORDER embroidery frosting, 3 to 6X 3.98

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