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••¥ THE OTTAWA HERALD Friday, March 22, 1963 Back To NCAA Play Tonight By DON WEISS Associated Press Sports Writer LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - Cincinnati meets Oregon State and Chicago Loyola plays racehorse with Duke's Blue Devils tonight as basketball's big three and an upstart that could steal it .all reach the showdown stage in the National Collegiate championships. Cincinnati, top-ranked nationally and seeking a record third straight NCAA championship, plays tough but unranked Oregon State in the windup of the doubleheader that opens with second- ranked Duke against third-ranked Loyola. The winners will play for the championship Saturday night. Sellout record crowds of 19,153 will stream both nights into massive Freedom Hall on the Kentucky State Fairgrounds, where the Bearcats of Ed Jucker took their second championship a year ago with a 71-59 pasting of Jerry Lucas and the top-ranked Ohio State Buckeyes. The current Bearcats, although they've won 25 of 26 games and led The Associated Press poll from start to finish, aren't rated quite as strong as the clubs that spilled Ohio State and the great Lucas last year and in the 1961 final at Kansas City. But as Oregon State's Slat Gill says: "You don't pick against a champion, especially when four of its five starters are back. They have the talent, Ed Jucker always has them well prepared, and they have the benefit of having played in the championship game before." Duke is on the hottest streak of the semifinalists, having won its last 20 games for a 26-2 record. Loyola rolled to the highest offensive average among the major colleges, 92.6 points a game, in winning 27 games and losing two. Pomona Athletic Banquet Monday POMONA — The Pomona toons Club will sponsor an athletic banquet at 6:30 p.m. Monday, March 25. Fifty-one Pomona High athletes, six cheerleaders and the coaches will be entertained. The coaches will award letters earned in last year's track and this year's football and basketball. The guest speaker is to be Karl Spear, athletic director at Baker University. Around 150 persons are expect ed to attend. To Challenge Wheat Program* DALLAS (AP)-Robert Morris, president of the Defenders of American Liberties, said Thursday two North Dakota men will file suit challenging a portion ol the federal wheat program. Morris said Leo Landsberger of Hazellon and Peter Naaden oi Braddock feel the referendum pro vision of the program is unconstitutional. They were in Dallas this week. Morris said they believe the referendum is undemocratic and a 'yes' vote will mean tighter controls on wheat and set a precedent for control of all agricultural products. He said the exact form of the court action and where it will be initiated still are to be determined The wheat referendum is tentatively scheduled for late in May. Buy Now No Money Down MALOTT Hdwe. & Appliances 116 S. Main Bowling Two Tied For Lead InAMFPlay Conrad's Painters, led by Al Beets with 578, pulled even with Pepsi-Cola atop the men's AMF League at the Royal T Lanes last night, beating the Pepsimen, 31. Each team has a record of 3018. Ottawa Bowl gained a bit on Pepsi-Cola in the men's Classic League at the Ottawa Bowl by beating Pence Food Center, 3-1. Pepsi, in spite of a 586 series by Jim Snider, lost all four points to Kitty Clover. Pepsi's record is 75-41, compared to 66-50 for Ottawa Bowl. Budge's Hardware continued its runaway in the Thursday night Ladies League, beating Towner's, 3-1, last night at the Ottawa Bowl. Budge's record is 83V2-28%, compared to 62-50 for second-place Bienie's Garage which beat Mann- Bell Drugs, 3-1, last night. Other team results and individual scores in the Ottawa Bowl leagues appear elsewhere on this page. Here are team results and AMF League: Cheney's Markets—,1 High 10-30 — B. Young, 202-518 Brlscne Drags—1 High 10 — W. Mack, 180 High 30 — C. Nalley, 491 Conrad's Painters—,t High 10-30 — A. Beets, 202-578 Pepsi-Cola—1 High 10 — B. Pogue, 208 High 30 — O. Ogle, 537 Lltwln't—3 High 10 — K. Cordle, 189 High 30 — A. Hopkins, 491 Dutch Boy Paints—1. High 10-30 — A. Whitacre, 181-605 Colbern's— 2 High 10-30 — L. Seller, 180-485 Brown'j Hardware—2 High 10-30 — Frttts, 184-509 Peterson's Masonry—It High 10 — Rader, Peterson, 181 High 30 — C. Downing, 611 Btae Moon—1 High 10-30 — J. Bauer, 201-509 K-State Gets Four Gridsters MANHATTAN (AP) - Four more high school football players have stated their intention to enroll at Kansas State, coach Doug Weaver said Thursday. They are William A. Elliott, 205-pound fullback from Richmond Mo.; Harry Taylor, 180, halfback from Akron, Ohio; Jim Hofer, 196, fullback from St. Louis, and Tom Nolen, 180, halfback from San Antonio, Tex. That brings K-State's total of letters of intent to 23. Pro Basketball National Basketball Association Playoffs Thursday's Result Eastern Division Semifinal Cincinnati 133, Syracuse 115, best-of-5 series tied, 1-1 Today's Game Western Division Semifinal Detroit at St. Louis, St. Louis leads best-of-5 series, 1-0 Saturday's Game Cincinnati at Syracuse Sunday's Games St. Louis at Detroit Syracuse at Cincinnati Caiiisius, Providence In Finals By JIM HACKLEMAN Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)-A Turtle who treed a Wildcat is the newest—and perhaps most improbable—member of the National Invitation Tournament's starring ranks. And the harassing job Pat Turtle, barely recovered from a broken ankle, did on hot-shooting Waily Jones of the Villanova Wildcats has to be the key reason Canisius is in Saturday's championship game in the 26th annual basketball classic. With Jones going without a point in the last 16 minutes, the Griffins steamed past Villanova 61-46 Thursday night before a packed house of 18,429 at Madison Square Garden and gained the final along with Providence. Fast-firing Ray Flynn again paced the Providence Friars, sparking a second-half burst that powered them over Marquette 70-64 in the first match of the semifinal doubleheader. Turtle a, 5-foot-ll Canisius senior who suffered a right ankle fracture in practice Feb. 5, was idled from then until this past Tuesday night when he played quarter-final victory over Memphis State. He went in against Jones after the tricky Wildcat had scored 24 points, with Villanova ahead 35-31 and 16 minutes to go. With Turtle putting a shell around Jones, Villanova's offense foundered and the inspired Griffins rolled. They exploded out of a 40-40 tie at the midway mark of the second half, getting fine scoring from Bill O'Connor, Tony Gennari and sub Frank Swiatek, and smothered the Wildcats 21-6 over the last 10 minutes. Flynn poured in 13 of Providence's 16 points and set up another basket with a steal during a second half surge as the Friars won their 14th straight. Dave Hoppmann Out Of School AMES, Iowa (AP)—Dave Hoppman, star back on the Iowa State football team and tackle Dick Walton dropped out of school Thursday. Both have signed contracts with Montreal of the Canadian League. They denied reports they were dismissed from school but refused to say why they were leaving. Hoppmann was the total offense leader for three straight years in the Big Eight. He and Walton played several post-season football games and were not enrolled at Iowa State for the winter quarter. They returned to school March 4. Millard Kratochvil, director of student affairs, declined to discuss their status, saying it would be against university rules. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobile* See Dean Berlin, Agent 109 E Second Phone CH 2-2804 Bill Ding Says: -DOIT YOURSELF- WE HAVE SUPPLIES RIGHT HERE ON HAND. AND PLANS A MAN CAN UNDERSTAND Better Homes & Garden Center for plans, ideas, and any kind of help. 4-H plans available. We can solve your problems with our 3-in-l Plan. Material Plans Financing HUBBARD LUMBER By MIKE HATHET Associated Press Sports Writer Albie Pearson, the littlest Angel of them all, looks like he's overmatch**! every time he picks up a baseball bat. The way Pearson's been swinging lately, the bat must feel like a baton. Pearson, 27, who stands just over S-foot-5 1 /^ and weighs in at 141 pounds after eating, whipped the bat around at the Los Angeles ramp again Thursday, leading the Angels to their seventh consecutive exhibition victory, 5-3 over San Francisco at Palm Springs, Calif. He stroked three hits, one a triple. Pearson also stole two bases, which brought quick smiles from Manager Bill Rigney. The world champion New York Yankees had just finished their game with Washington on the other side of the country in Florida. The teams played to a 7-7, 17-inning tie in a 4-hour, 25-minute marathon at Pompano Beach. In two other extra inning af- 'airs, Pittsburgh handed Minneso- a its fifth loss in a row, 5-4 in [0 innings at Fort Myers and the w York Mets used Charlie Steal's sacrifice fly in the 10th for a 2-1 triumph over Milwaukee at West Palm Beach. Elsewhere, Al Kaline hit two lomers as Detroit crushed Baltimore 11-1 at Lakeland, Cincinnati's Tommy Harpur hit a pair n the Reds 7-6 squeaker over the Chicago White Sox at Sarasota, St. Louis whipped Kansas City 6-1 at St. Petersburg, Cleveland checked the Chicago Cubs 7-2 at tfesa, Ariz., Philadelphia defeated he Los Angeles Dodgers 8-7 at Clearwater, Fla. and Boston edged iouston 4-3 at Scottsdale, Ariz. Little Albie Swings Big Bat For Angels Exhibition Baseball EXHIBITION BASEBALL By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Thursday's Results Cincinnati 7, Chicago (A) 6 New York (N) 2, Milwaukee 1, 10 innings Cleveland 7, Chicago (N) 2 Boston 4, Houston 3 Los Angeles (A) 5, San Francisco 3 Philadelphia 8, Los Angeles (N) j Detroit 11, Baltimore 1 Pittsburgh 5, Minnesota 4, 10 innings St. Louis 6, Kansas City 1 New York (A) 7, Washington 7, 17 innings tie, darkness Injured Fighter Bad Off LOS ANGELES (AP) - Boxer Davey Moore is suffering from a serious head injury and his chances of living are poor, a hospital physician said today. Moore lost his world featherweight title Thursday night when knocked out by Sugar Ramos at Dodger Stadium. Moore, 29, an Ohioan, took a severe beating from the Cuban in the 10th round of the fight, middle event in a championship trip- leheader. Ramos knocked Moore down twice in the 10th and had the champion against the ropes and helpless as the round ended. Willie Ketchum, Moore's manager, signed the referee to stop it. Moore was carried to his corner but was conscious and talking in his dressing room later before he had a relapse. He was taken to a hospital by ambulance about an hour after the bout ended. Dr. Philip Vogel said Moore was in a deep coma. "His chances are extremely poor," Dr. Vogel said. He said Moore suffered general injury to the mid-brain area and said that Moore's fate probably will be known within the next 12 hours. The doctor described the injury as a contusion, more serious than a brain concussion. Four Under i Good For Miami Lead MIAMI, Fla. (AP)-Paul Harney took a one-stroke lead into oday's second round of the $50,000 )oran Open golf tournament. Whether he holds it may depend on how the wind blows. Harney, 33, just back from Vorcester, Mass., where his ourth child was born, fired a 4- under-par 68 Thursday. He played most of his round after a sudden abatement of 25-mile-an-hour winds which buffeted the course earlier in the day. Thus Harney escaped the tricky gusts which plagued such players as Gary Player and Arnold Palmer, the 1-2 money winners of the year, during the morning. The 7,028 • yard Doral County Club course "played very tough n the wind," Player said after he inished his early round with Palmer and Gene Littler. Player posted a 71 and, under he playing conditions, said he would "take four 71s. That would win this tournament." Palmer also had a 71. Littler led the threesome by dropping a 60-foot putt on the 18th green for a 70. Dickie Kerr Has Cancer HOUSTON (AP)-Dickie Kerr, 69, the hero of the "Black Sox" scandal, is ill with cancer. His wife said doctors' reports on tests at Memorial Hospital revealed the illness. He was hospitalized for 12 days but was taken home Thursday. Kerr gained lasting fame as the honest hero of the 1919 "Black Sox" scandal, pitching and winning two games for the Chicago White Sox against the Cincinnati Reds in that World Series. Kerr has been a Houston resident for the past 20 years. He has been out of baseball for several years and has been working for a Houston electrical firm. Wilt Not Among All-NBA Five NW YORK (AP)—Wilt Chamberlain, San Francisco's 7-foot-l tar, who won the league's scor- ng championship this year with ,586 points compared to his rec- ird 4,029 of 1962, was not named on the National Basketball Asso- iation's 1963 first All-Star team announced Thursday. The first team laurels went to llgin Baylor and Jerry West of he Los Angeles Lakers, Bill Russell of the Boston Celtics, Bob 'ettit of the St. Louis Hawks and )scar Robertson of the Cincinnati Royals. Baylor was the only unan- mous choice in the voting conducted by Maurice Podoloff, NBA president, among 85 sports writers and broadcasters in the league's nine cities. / .. «.*uan '.lt»Ajmja-^a.g«r-)T-j*».-^;.i « • • ' "r^Jr- 1 %».«»•« • • ••••"•'•>•• »•• I ••*«• • If you plan to ship hogs next week, come lo the Kansas City Livestock Market and take advantage of the 30 different packer buyers and order buyers who are available to inspect, bid on, and buy your butcher hogs, sows, and boars. It takes numerous buyers to create competition. It take* competition to create price. You will find both of these factors working for you at the Kansas City Mar- j ket. K. C. Livestock Market i ji OTTAWA BOWL 418'/ 2 N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 THURSDAY NIGHT LADIES ners— 1 Tow.. TOWIHTI—1 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. E. Crandall 96 140 152 388 A. Allman 12B 131 110 370 D. Clotfelter 115 143 86 354 A. Bel] 144 110 117 371 E. McOanlal 133 102 164 398 Budge's Hardware—8 V. Foster 157 164 128 448 R. Wieneke 118 160 148 426 L. Klem 125 148 130 404 H. Wenthe 136 126 174 436 Beautyland—1 M. Burns 101 104 156 361 M. Miller 143 132 145 420 J. Isham 127 115 123 365 M. Ishang 121 101 84 316 M. Ainsworth 126 140 152 418 Bund's Cleaners—3 L. Lollftr 118 116 82 326 A. Predeen 142 123 135 400 J. Haisb 104 152 106 362 J. Speer 133 138 151 423 N. Lollar 163 169 137 459 Bienlej Carafe—S H. Skllllng 132 101 130 363 P. Toumberlin .. . 135 132 160 427 M. McMillan 119 128 143 381 W. Blen 121 148 151 420 B. Kersley 147 165 140 453 Mann-Bell Drufi—1 J. Dodd 147 120 116 383 N. Thrasher 114 143 104 361 M. K.imp 128 153 170 452 M. Jones 104 110 110 324 I. Cordle 113 148 142 404 CLASSIC Ottawa Insulation—i 1st 2nd M. Jonos 148 147 C. Poster 118 148 A. Mietchen 142 127 W. Jones 176 172 Ertmlstons—0 K. Jones 150 181 D. Griffin 148 123 C. Worl 117 108 B. Miller 161 160 A. Gilbert 135 167 fence IGA— 1 B. Jones .. ... J. Taylor .. .. K. Cole W. Flinsbaugh . Ottawa Bowl—3 K. Cordle .. .. D. Cordle L. Cordle .. .. C. Cordle .. .. H. Doman .. . 186 145 154 182 136 136 120 202 184 167 171 168 158 156 160 168 3rd Ttl 158 454 160 426 121 38< 125 473 135 466 133 405 147 372 117 438 163 465 162 483 153 499 126 398 177 499 166 527 191 53 178 481 173 499 178 154 146 478 Kitty Clover—4 L. Akers 164 177 185 526 L. Thomas 158 124 141 423 B. Hollon 164 166 161 491 K. Hollon 174 187 148 507 H. Tucker 167 160 139 456 Pepsi-Cola—0 N. Brown 198 162 179 839 R. Johnson 135 163 176 474 B. Hull 169 182 131 473 ' J. Snider 176 208 201 686 R. Kamp 195 157 170 522 I College Basketball • TOURNAMENTS ~ NATIONAL INVITATION Semifinals Providence 70, Marquette 64 Canisius 61, Villanov* 46 NATIONAL AAU Qnarter-finals Bartlesville, Okla. 120, Wendover, Utah 82 Denver 72, Enid, Okla. 63 Akron, Ohio 106, Arkansas City, Kan. 86 Armed Forces All-Stars 102, Brownstown, Ind. 84 NATIONAL JUNIOR COLLEGE Quartcr-finals Independence, Kan. 93, Chipola, Fla. 83 Casper, Wyo. 77, Hibbing, Minn. 64 Losers Bracket Muskegon, Mich. 58, Tishomingo, Okla. 57 Wilmington, N.C. SB, Burlington, Iowa 55 Amarillo, Tex. 78, New York City Community 75 Wilson, Chicago 85, South Texas 81 Water Grants WASHINGTON (AP);-Grants of $19,528 to Hiawatha, Kan., and $15,000 to Lebo, Kan., have been approved by the Welfare Department to aid in construction of water pollution control facilities. Tractor Tire Vulcanizing Foster Farm Service WE NOW HAVE the finest Air Cushions Made Genuine Kool Kooshion Economy — Regular Jumbo — Kleer Kross Kontour Heavy Duty Truck HARRY SMITH AUTO SUPPLY 110 S. Main CH 2-1522 GILLILAND'S Recapping — Vulcanizing RL 4, Ottawa Ph. Centropolis « Invite 350 Schools ! For Relays Invitations to the Ottawa Relays were sent out today to about 350 Class AA, Class A and Clas* B high schools over Kansas, according to Orlis Cox, Ottawa recreation commissioner. The annual event draws hundreds of participants and will begin this year on Friday, April 5, with competition among Class AA schools. Cox said only about 35 Class AA schools will take part this year, and all of them are about the size of Ottawa High. None of the larger Kansas high schools are invited. Class A and Class B competition will be on Saturday, April 6. All events will be conducted at Ottawa University under the sponsorship of the Chamber of Commerce, Ottawa High and Ottawa University. The university furnishes the facilities for the 2-day sports event, and the Chamber of Commerce furnishes officials, timers and trophies. All administrative work is handled by the high school. APPLEBY Aluminum lO-ft. Car Top Boat Sturdy a*4 *«>(•'• Thrifty Mad* •« t*n«h.OSO M<M i_| heavy (•«(• ataminiMi. • GUARANTEED 10 Years Against Punctures Evinrude Motors and Family Boats BROWN Hdwe. and SPORTING Goods 1540 S. Main Apply Famous Scott's Turf Builder Now! For a famous Scott's Lawn next Spring cover 5,000 sq. feet for only $4.95 and use our Scott's Spreader. Free at Your Scott Dealer PARENTSI HUGHES AUTO PARTS proudly presents famed Indianapolis race driver JOHNNY BOYD who mil present a special program for your sons and daughters in OTTAWA HIGH SCHOOL Mr. Boyd will speak from experience on "Highway Safety Is No Accident" This Highway Safety program, now in its sixth year, has been presented to 2,000,000 students in more than 2,000 high schools in 48 states. Developed by the Champion Spark Plug Company in the public interest, this program has received the Public Service Award of the National Safety Council and has been honored editorially by the Saturday Evening Post. It has had the full support of educators, _^^_^_ k law enforcement authorities and civic leaden everywhere.. and has been acclaimed as an outstanding means of impressing teen-agers with Highway Safety. White Johnny Boyd is a top race driver, he spends far more time on the nation's highways, driving 35,000 miles a year to present the Highway Safety program. From his unparalleled motoring experiences, he brings to teen-agers • personalized safety message they long remember. Highway Safety Begins With AGoidDrivifta ASifiC*

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