The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 23, 1963 · Page 2
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TOE OTTAWA HERALD Saturday, March 23, 1M Jucker Must Think About Loyola Now fcy DON WEISS Associated Press Sports Writer LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - "I haven't even thought about Loyola," Cincinnati coach Ed Jucker said Friday night after his top- ranked Bearcats methodically put away Oregon State 80-48 to keep alive their chances for an unprecedented third straight National Collegiate Basketball championship. Chances are Jucker will have done plenty of thinking by the time mighty Cincinnati faces racehorse Chicago Loyola tonight in nationally televised title game at 8:30 p.m. Ottawa time. The Ramblers of George Ireland are that good, and every one of the 19,153 fans who packed Freedom Hall for the semifinals knows it after watching them shatter the 20-game winning streak of Duke's second-ranked Blue Devils, 94-75. With remarkable balance, great Johnny Roland Guilty Of Theft Would Abolish Boxing By JACK STEVENSON LOS ANGELES (AP)-Former featherweight champion Davey Moore battled long odds today in his fight to survive brain damage. California's Governor Edmund G. Brown meanwhile called for abolishment of professional boxing in this state. A team of consulting physicians indicated little hope for Moore, who lost his 126-pound title Thursday night and lapsed into a coma an hour after losing by a knockout to Sugar Ramos of Mexico City. "ffis prognosis is poor," the .physicians reported Friday night after examining the unconscious .; boxer. "He still fails to respond :. to painful stimuli and is in a deep • coma." Moore suffered severe bruises in , the brain stem area at the lower .base of his skull. Although the physicians did not estimate odds on recovery, a spokesman at White Memorial Hospital said a ^condition of "fair" would have given Davey only a 50-50 chance. .. In Sacramento, Brown declared: •"ITie Davey Moore fight is one 'more illustration that boxing is a ..brutal sport even under ideal con- •ditions—if it can be called a College ^Basketball ! By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS i NCAA SEMIFINALS • Cincinnati 80, Oregon State 46 ; Chicago Loyola M, Duke 75 : AAU SEMIFINALS : Bartlesville, Okla. 80, Armed •Forces All-Stars 78 ? Denver 72, Akron 62 j NATIONAL JUNIOR COLLEGE * Semifinals * Moberly, Mo. 78, Wilmington, ?N.C. 76-ot • Independence, Kan. 82, Casper, tWyo. 54 * : First Round Losers Consolation I Wilson, Chicago, 78, Broome •Tech, N.Y. 71 ; Muskegon, Mich, 76, Amarillo, Tex. 71 ; Second Round Losers Consolation : Chipola, Fla. 87, Ribbing, Minn. :«7 : Burlington, Iowa 88, Southern •Union, Ala. 69 : Steady Daters j Face Expulsion : JERSEY CITY, N.J. (AP)—The .Rev. James A Carey, who has outlawed steady dating at St. Michael's Roman Catholic High School, warned Thursday that 30 .students faced expulsion if they didn't heed his ban by Monday. After he made this announcement at a school assembly, Father Carey said, most of the 30 came to him voluntarily and said they'd abide by the order. Father Carey put his ban against steady dating into effect March 1, warning students they would be expelled if they did not break off with their "steadies." COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP)-Johnny Roland, Missouri's all-Big Eight halfback, pleaded guilty Friday to the theft of two automobile tires and wheels and was fined $50 and given a suspended 30-day jail term. A sophomore from Corpus Christi, Tex., Roland was top scorer in the Big Eight last fall with 78 points, and ranked third in the league and seventh in the nation in rushing, with 830 net yards. Roger Mines acting city attorney, said the wheels were taken off another student's car March 15, and one of the wheel's was on Roland's car when he was arrested Wednesday night Hines said the charge was reduced to malicious mischief. He said that was customary in cases of this kind. A student conduct committee is expected to decide whether the university should discipline Roland further. The maximum penalty the committee could impose would be dismissal from the school. Robert Dickeson, an administrative assistant, said the committee probably would act within a week to 10 days. The only comment from Dan Revine, head football coach, was: "I don't see any reason to crucify a 19-year-old boy for one mistake." Roland obviously upset, said Friday night the charge was true. Asked if he thought he had been treated fairly, he replied, "Yes." He declined further comment. A star in high school, Roland was sought by a number of colleges. He first announced intentions of attending the University of Oklahoma, then changed to Missouri. After investigating the switch, the National Collegiate Athletic Association reprimanded Missouri. jumpers and sharp shooters, third- ranked Loyola bolted into a 17- point lead before Duke knew what happened, and blazed away to safety in the last 3% minutes aft er Art Heyman and Jeff MuUins had fired the desperate Blue Devils within three points, 74-71. The relentless pressure are remarkable poise that enabled Cin cinnati to take another step toward basketball history while de- fensing football ace Terry Baker into total frustration was anti- climatic to the crowd-pleasing show of the Ramblers. With Les Hunter and Vic Rouse, a pair of 6-foot-7 former high school teammates in Nashville, Term., and All-America Jerry Harkness doing the big job, the Ramblers looked like powerful threats to Cincinnati's basketball empire. Loyola takes the nation's top- ranking offense now at 92.9 points a game, against Cincinnati's best- of 52.6. All five starters for the Ramblers once again hit double figures in the semifinals with Hunter getting 29 points, Harkness 20, Ron Miller 18, John Egan 14 and Rouse 13. Can The Friars Make It 15? NEW YORK (AP)-The Providence Friars riding a 14-game second National Invitation Basketball Tournament title in three years today against Canisius at Madison Square Garden. The Griffins, one of the smallest teams in the nation, counter with great defense and some sharp shooters of their own. And Canisius beat Providence 80-75 in January. The game will be played at 4 p.m. EST, and televised national ly via tape at 6 p.m. Ottawa time. Marquette and VUlanova will meet for third place in the 12- teara festival at 2 p.m. Providence captured the NIT, now in its 26th year, in 1961. Exhibition Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Friday's Results Houston 8, Chicago (N) 7 Boston 7, Cleveland 3 Los Angeles (A) 6, San Francisco 4 Baltimore 7, New York (A) 6, night Chicago (A) 5, Minnesota 4 Philadelphia 4, Cincinnati 3 St. Louis 4, Detroit 3, 12 innings New York (N) 6, Washington 4 Milwaukee 10, Kansas City 6 Limping Snead Ties For Lead By BEN FUNK MIAMI, Fla. (AP) - An old- timer with a pain in his foot and another comparatively young veteran of the golf tour, led the way into today's third round of the $50,000 Doral Open Golf Tournament. With 36 holes to go, more than a score of players still were in shooting range of the $9,000 top prize. Only six strokes separated the first 26 contenders, and the rear guard in the surviving field of 80 pros was only 11 strokes off the pace. Sam Snead, the 50-year-old "Slammer" of an earlier era, walked painfully because of a lump under the skin of his right foot which has not yet been diagnosed. Still, Slammin' Sam showed some of his old skill as he belted a 69 that put him in a tie for the 36-hole lead with Paul Harney, a 33-year-old "veteran" at 140 strokes. That was four under par For Fast Results READ and USE j^m. WANT ADS **mULARLY! CH 2-4700 J GILLETTE J ^ Super Power Bar ^ • Tractor Tires • T See Us for J J FAST, EFFICIENT J J TORE SERVICE J J on All Tractors! J T 110 West 4th St T J Rifbt Down Town J _ rire* ! > Supply, loo. A CH 14431 T for the 7,028-yard Doral Country Club course. Gene Littler, the No. 2 money winner of 1962 who still is looking for his first big payday this year, was only a shot behind. Just two strokes off the pace stood the always dangerous Arnold Palmer and Ted Kroll. Gary Player shot a 71 and 74 to tie for ninth place at 145. Harney, back on the tour after a two months layoff, shot a par 72 Friday but his first round 68 kept him on top. Littler muffed a chance to join Snead and Harney in first place when he missed a 3-foot putt on the 18th green. Bowling* Sue's 575 Helps Team ToA2363 Sue Wolgast contributed a neat 575 to Royal Ts 2393 team series and 44) sweep over Fairmont Dairy in last night's session of the Friday Night Ladies League at the Royal T Lanes. Sue rolled lines of 206-180-189. Elaine Hills added a 490 for Royal T which leads the league. Sally Simmons posted a 518 series with an 191 line for Ottawa Bowl, 3-1 winner over McFad- dren's Painting in the Ladies League. High in men's league play last night was J. Clark's 594 for Reno's, Inc., 4-0 winner over Russ & Pat's in the Nitehawk League. C. Jackson rolled 588 for Keen Co., 3-1 winner over W. W. Whitacre, in the Dynamic League. Ellen Speer put nice 176-163 lines into a 339 2-line series to lead the Ottawa High girls' GAA League this week at the Royal T. Ellen's Twisters team twisted a 2-1 victory from the Sleepers. Team results and individual scores in the Ottawa Bowl leagues appear elsewhere on this page. Here are team results and high individual scores in the Royal T leagues: CAA JVOTOBS Twisters—2 High 10-30 — Ellen Speer, 176-339 Sleepers—1 High 10-30 — B. Heathman, l«3-2»2 Unpredictable*—3 High 10 — Kris Zlegler, 117 High 30 — Janle Wood, 310 Lmne natters—0 High 10-30 — Oail Davenport, 116-328 Strikes ft Spares'-! High 10-30 — Kay Bare, 143-374 SpllUer«-41 High 10 — Dalene Waymlre, 10M11 Pin Topplerj—S High 10-30 — Linda Wallace. 134-366 Pin Poppers—« High 10-30 — Kerry Pound, 140-252 Bopln' Bowler*— 9 High 10-30 — Linda Wheeler, 133-336 Cotter Bar*—1 High 10-30 — Dee Stlne, 115-218 FRIDAY NIGHT LADIES Boyal-T—4 High l'd-30 — 8. Wolgast, 306-675 Fairmont Dairy—« High 10-30 — Roller, 186-156 Gambles—I High 10-30 — M. Hull, 1(5-484 Wills Cafe—fl High 10 — B. Bachelor, 160 High 30 — C. Henslek, 437 Pence Food Center—I High 10-30 — H. Llegerot, 173-463 Parmelee—fl High 10-30 — B. Walker, 144-357 Kramer's Drag—S High 10-30 — Seller, 117-464 Helen ft Bill's Cafe—1 High 10-30 — E. Hickman, 183-477 Ottawa Bowl—S High 10-30 — S. Simmons, 1(1-518 HcFadden's Painting—1 High 1'iMO — E. Mathias, 137-371 He Spelled The Catcher PITTSBURG, Kan. (AP) - In batting practice at Pittsburg State coach Al Ortolani told first baseman Dave Lindsey to come in from his position and "spell Rahman (Gary) behind the plate." Lindsey dutifully trotted in, stood behind home plate and spelled "K-a-h-m-a-n," then trotted back to first base. Ortolani chuckled with the others, but Lindsey soon had the catcher's gear on and spent the rest of the session at that job. Pro Basketball NBA PLAYOFFS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Friday's Result Western Division Semifinal St. Louis 122, Detroit 108, St Louis leads best-of-5 series, 2-0 Today's Game Eastern Division Semifinal Cincinnati at Syracuse, best-of- 5 series tied, 1-1 Sunday's Games St. Louis at Detroit Syracuse at Cincinnati No games Monday For Insurance On dwellings, household goods. buildings and automobila* SM Deem Berlin, Agent 109 E Second Phone CH S-2M4 OTTAWA BOWL 418V a N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 DYNAMIC Briacoe Drag—•e A. Baldwin 131 134 113 367 C. Suffron 134 113 130 377 K. Suffron 166 115 157 438 G. Bond 105 133 137 365 Lees Cafe—I M. Birckhead 183 187 134 503 J. Martin 30S 145 113 466 A. Jones 1*) 138 191 48> B. Wenthe igo 167 183 530 D. Heckman 303 173 183 558 Keen Co.—I F. Kaub 170 178 150 4(8 F. Wise 158 151 135 434 W. Trout 184 115 138 438 W. Lewis 134 189 127 450 C. Jackson 188 204 1(6 588 W. W. Whltaerc—1 L. Cordle 157 150 190 4(7 B. Messenger 128 173 141 443 B. West 182 142 334 B. Howell 125 122 115 362 J. Jaster 184 113 173 470 Kojral-T—3 L. Wlchman 158 201 154 513 L. Bien 165 177 313 555 T.Marks (6 119 125 340 M. Thompson 173 300 101 484 T. V. Leiden 1(6 185 187 568 Willis Nursery—1 J. Love 130 125 138 3(4 C. Miller 174 138 113 415 F. Sherman 102 119 120 341 P. Durbin 88 (6 107 281 R. Crawford 155 134 107 3(6 NIGHTHAWK Bass & Pats—• B. Dlxon 178 (6 P. O'Neil 146 141 A. Jones 133 165 D. Heck man 165 188 Benos, Inc.—I J. Clark 1(4 1(1 J. Willhite 178 142 R. Cannady 128 113 H. Unneman 1(1 164 M. Ball 147 157 While Appliance!—I B. Bettge 1(0 166 B. White 103 130 E. Lawrance 174 167 H. Thrasher 161 145 C. Dodd 136 309 Heathman Oil—3 C. Kelm 138 144 J. DeVore 186 148 D. Toumberlin 148 142 D. Skilling 151 (S E. Ferguson 1(8 17( Montgomery Ward ft C«.—I K. Hollon 15( 1(0 G. Jones (4 S9 K. Redifer 105 138 O. Burress 137 1(6 K. Liegerot 183 155 Barry Smith A«U SappljT—3 N. White 15( 178 D. Mclntire 146 133 C. Brandon 14( 136 B. Bond 144 151 P. Simmons 176 166 128 403 157 444 152 450 162 515 30( 5(4 147 467 136 367 137 4(3 1(4 4(8 110 466 (7 330 153 4(4 163 468 1(3 533 153 434 134 4«S 137 437 143 388 135 513 108 437 130 303 140 383 134 457 158 4N 1H 4(6 148 414 188 47) 137 433 170 (13 • «»••••• ••••••••••••••••• ANNOUNCING Best Truck Lines, Inc. is happy to announce the purchase of Gover Moving and Storage Go. effective immediately. We are affiliated with Greyhound Van Lines, Inc. and are able to offer local, state-wide and nation-wide moving and storge facilities. "Best" was established in July 1957 with the purchase of the Merle Paul Truck Line and equipment consisting of three tractors, five trailers and one employee. Since this time additional truck lines and equipment have been purchased, 20 local employees hired and terminals established in Olathe, Emporia, and Kansas City with Ottawa remaining as the home office and the truck line serving intermediate points. With the acquisition in December, 1962, of Gover Moving and Storage Co., "Best" added sfate-wide handling of household goods to their services. The company also acquired a three story brick warehouse for storage purposes. In January of 1963 the company was approved as an agent for Greyhound Van Lines, Inc., and through this association is able to offer nationwide household goods service. We will continue to provide the top moving and storage facilities which have been associated with Gover Moving and Storage Co. for the past 80 years. Call us on ail your moving, storage and freight problems. Nelce Isham BEST TRUCK LINES, INC 321 N. Main Ph.-CH 2-2645 Days CH 2-2409 (Nights and Weekends) """fence .ad -'*«, <"»tomer,

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