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THE OTTAWA HERALD ^JiJlS**. *** »> "« : nockout Injury Fatal To Fighter LOS ANGELES (AP)-Former featherweight champion Davey Moore died today of brain damage suffered in the ring at Dodger Stadium last Thursday when he lost his title to Sugar Ramos. Moore never regained consciousness. Death came at 2:20 a.m. PST in White Memorial Hospital. Moore was knocked out by Ramos in the 10th round. But doctors said Sunday that Moore probably suffered most of the damage to his brain when the back of his head struck the lower strand of the ring ropes after he was knocked off his feet in the 10th. They said the punches he took early in the fight had accumulative effect that may have contributed to the brain damage. Moore went into a coma shortly after the bout. Moore, had suffered only one other knockout in his 66-fight professional career. He had scored knockouts himself in 29 of his 58 victories. Moore did not appear seriously injured when he talked to newsmen after the fight. Shortly after the reporters left, he complained of a headache. Suddenly his head dropped and he was in a coma from which he was never to recover. Moore was knocked down for the first time in the fight about halfway through the 10th round. He got up and took most of the mandatory 8-count on his feet, but was virtually defenseless when the fight resumed. When the round ended, Davey was draped over the middle strand of rope near his corner. His eyes were open but clouded. He started to pitch forward as he was led back to his corner. Moore's manager, Willie Ketch- urn, signaled the referee to stop the fight. Not knowing how badly Davey was injured, Ketchum told his fighter: "there will be other nights." Moore had been in command early in the fight. But Ramos took Davey's best punches and, after a few rounds, was scoring almost at will with whistling lefts. Moore's collapse in the dressing room was surprising because while he was hit hard, he did not really appear to be taking an unusually savage beating. At least it did not look like the kind of beating Benny Kid Paret took when he was fatally injured by Emile Griffith in New York City a year earlier. Baseball Notes Yankees Come Up With New Pitcher By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer If the 1962 New York Yankees had a fault, a weakness, it was lack of pitching depth. It wasn't enough to keep them from winning the World Series, but that Salinaii All-Events Leader HUTCHINSON, Kas. (AP) Jeanette Malone of Salina took over the open all-events lead in the Women's State Bowling Tournament here with a 90-frame total of 1714 Sunday. Jeanette led Polly Meyers of Topeka by eight pins. Pittsburg Sauer's led the open team competition, bowling 2672 in the fourth weekend of the eight- week tournament. Leaders in other classes include: TEAMS Class A — Hutchinson Crupper Furniture, 2498. Class B — Wichita Derby Bowl. 2418. Class C — Sublette Lucas, 2235. Class D — Wichita Enmars, 2170. DOUBLES Open — Mary Taylor and Polly Myers, Topeka, 1123. Class A — Audrey Gardner and Ann Lira, Wichita, 1079. Class B — Pat Wilson and Cora Faye Hough, Abilene, 1048. Class C —Lois Hinkel and Norma McDowell, Salina, 1020. Class D — Dorothy Cutler and Hazel Stewart, Scott City, 983. SINGLES Open — Gladys Heminger, Salina, 622. Class A — Sharon Eubanks, Kansas City, 634. Class B — Jacelyn Gay, Augusta, 57a. Class C — Mary Anne Froelich, Russell, 575. Class D - Helen Sourk, Wetmore, 502. ALL EVENTS Gass A - Camella Haviland, Dodge City 1667. Class B — Bernice Barne, Wichita, 1600. Class C — Mary Ann Froelich, Russell, 1564. Class D — Lucille Scovell, Oswego, 1337. The Heart of a Motor Overhaul PISTON RINGS Nationally Known Original Equipment Brands Priced *J J| £C From 9 I VeOD for a Chev. 6 Have a set installed now and have Top Performance from your car for another year pr twp. HARRY SMITH AUTO SUPPLY S, Main CH 2-1522 was the flaw the experts pointed out. So the Yanks went out and got themselves a pitcher. So the rest of the American League, as usual, had better look a little bit out. Stan Williams, a hulking right- hander counted on by the Yanks to become their fourth regular starting pitcher, turned in one of the better jobs of the spring exhibition season Sunday, allowing only a single hit and but three base-runners in a six-inning pitching chore. Young Jim Bouton finished up the last three innings at Fort Lauderdale, Fla., preserving the one-hitter and helping the Yankees to a 3-0 victory over their cross-town National League rivals, the Mete The Los Angeles Dodgers also got a solid pitching job out of Johnny Podres The 30-year-old lefty became the first Dodger to go nine innings in a six-hit, 6-1 triumph over Baltimore at Miami. Podres struck out nine and walked three. In other games, Milwaukee whipped St. Louis 8-4 at St. Petersburg, Bernie Allen's single drove in the winning run in Minnesota's 4-3 12 inning victory over Philadelphia at Orlando, Kansas City edged Washington 6-5 at Bradenton, the Chicago White Sox edged Detroit 6-5 in 10 innings at Sarasota, Pittsburgh blasted Cincinnati 11-3 at Tampa, Cleveland beat Boston 7-4 at Scottsdale, Ariz., the Los Angeles Angels came from behind and beat Houston 6-5 at Las Vegas and San Francisco whipped the Chicago Cubs 11-6 at Phoenix. Williams, 6-foot-4 and 230 pounds, came to the Yanks from the Dodgers in exchange for first baseman Bill Skowron. The 26- year-old hurler had a 14-12 record with Los Angeles last season and is expected to join Whitey Ford, Ralph Terry and Bill Stafford as the Yankees big four. OU Frosh, Sophs Win Intel-squad Experience produced nine winners for the junior-senior members but the depth of the freshmen - sophmore competitors earned them a victory in the Ottawa University intersquad track meet. At the end of the last event, the mile relay, the under classmen were winners by the slimmest of margins, having tallied 66 points to the losers' 65. The meet produced three double winners, two sophomores and a freshman. Stan Hudson, a sophomore sprinter, came off the 'blocks' first and eased away from the field to capture the 100 and 220-yard dashes in fine early-season time of 10.1 and 22.4, respectively. Darrel Randell, freshman distance runner, won the mile run in 4:50 and then came back to take the 2 - mile in 10.42. Richard Miller won his specialty, the shot put, heaving the iron ball 43 feet, 1 inch, and also took the discus event with a throw of 122 feet 9 and one fourth inches. The freshman - sophomore team swept two events. Randell, Carl Wusterbrorth and Kenneth Stratton placed one, two, three in the mile, and Rich Miller, David Johnson, and Jack Miller took all places in the shot put. For the junior - senior team that made a clean sweep of three events, Bruce Bundy, Jim Coppoc and Ken Smart won the pole vault; Francis Gardner, Tom Kinder and Marshall Guyer took the javelin throw, and Richard Spong, Smart and Coppoc tallied all points in the broad jump. Bowls 834 In Four Lines Ralph Kampschroeder, 1119 N. Hickory, rolled a 4-line series of 834 in the St. Agnes Tournament yesterday at Kansas City. Ralph didn't miss a single spare in averaging nearly 209 pins per line. His score puts him among the winners. OTTAWA BOWL 41SV 2 N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 SATURDAY NIGHT FUN Eolllnf Pint—3 ' ""•» 3rd Ttl. J Brockway >:u »*« 1*. . D. Brockway .... 179 154 115 448 L. Cheney .. '.' 97 130 83 310 D. Cheney 171 302 201 574 Splits—I M. Robertson 133 138 115 386 C. Honn 124 156 119 389 H. Robertson 151 204 166 S21 G. Honn 154 130 155 439 Termltei—1 J, Dodd 122 98 125 345 M. Miller 126 154 148 428 B. Howell 167 169 144 480 M. Miller 168 119 157 444 Lucky Four—S E. Bowman 151 135 128 412 M. Gilllland 168 145 169 482 B. Gilllland 141 156 126 423 G Bowman 204 142 140 486 Bum*—2 M, Jones 92 114 121 327 V. Dodd 115 115 151 381 M. Jones 169 189 142 500 C. Dodd 192 137 162 491 Te»»ers—2 M. McMillan 145 133 138 414 F. McMlllen 123 113 200 436 P, Toumberltn .. .. 114 119 186 399 D. Toumberlln .. .. 137 142 143 422 SATURDAY NITE OWLS Bell Rtaceri— 3 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. D. Slcilllng 139 115 176 430 H, Bkllling 136 123 140 399 J. Sauer 97 82 102 281 J. Bauer 158 171 150 479 UnpredlcUblei—1 D. Harsh 148 133 212 493 I. Harsh 104 104 104 312 E. McDanleli 172 100 108 380 O. McDanleU .. .155 222 151 528 Rolling Ftau—4 '' E. Young 105 122 102 329 J. Young 114 1'05 115 334 B. Young 147 164 139 450 B. Cromwell .... II 14 109 274 The Fliift—• ' H. Liogerot 132 103 108 343 K. Llegerot 147 188 C. Dengel 132 133 W. Dengel 136 164 •*h- Hustleri—0 C. Kelm 150 l»j E. Kelm 124 135 V. Ferguson 181 134 E. Ferguson . .... 133 131 Lost Four— \ M. Kamp 132 192 527 127 392 145 445 129 388 13« 451 135 399 146 431 85 291 99 303 175 601 Braves In Triangular At Jewell Coach Bill Boucek's Ottawa University track and field men took part this afternoon in a triangular meet at Liberty, Mo. In it were the host, William Jewell, and Baker University. Here's the rest of the OU track schedule: April 3, with Baker and College of Emporia at Ottawa, 3:30 p.m. April 13, Emporia Relays, Emporia. April 19, Ottawa Denominational Night Relays, Ottawa, beginning at 4:30. April 20, KU Relays, Lawrence. April 23, with College of Emporia and Bethel at Emporia. April 26, Southwestern Night Relays, Winfield, beginning at 5. May 4, Graceland Relays, Lamoni, Iowa, 1 p.m. May 10, Baker at Ottawa, 3:30 p.m. May 17-18, KCAC meet, at Bethany, Lindsborg. It Was Friars' Best Game NEW YORK (AP) - Providence Coach Joe Mullaney described it pretty well. "This was their best," he said. "They have a great offense and a great defense and in this one they blended everything." Mullaney was talking about his Friars, who came off a troubled, uncertain start to build the longest winning string among the nation's major college basketball teams and capture one of the game's most prized titles — the National Invitation Tournament championship. Providence nailed it down with an 81-66 victory over Canisius in the title game Saturday, displaying its usual race horse, fast break offense and devastating defense, a combination of man to man and zone. The victory was the Friars' 15th straight after they had struggled to an unimpressive 94 record early in the season. The diversified talent of the five starters who played almost all the way all season—were slow to mesh but devastating when in gear. Midget Leaguer Hits 399 In 2 Craig Davis led R & M Midget League bowlers last week, rolling 213 and 186 for a 2-line, 399 series at the Ottawa Bowl. Ralph Kampschroeder's 234192-175 — 601 was high in Saturday night mixed league play at the Ottawa Bowl. Duke Cheney scored a 574. Tractor Tire Vulcanizing Foster Farm Service GILLILAND'S Recapping — Vulcanizing Rt. 4, Ottawa Ph. Centropolis 6 College Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TOURNAMENTS NCAA Championship Chicago Loyola 60, Cincinnati 58 -ot Consolation Duke 85, Oregon State 63 NIT Championship Providence 81, Canisius 66 Akron 75, Armed Forces All- Stars 69 NATIONAL JR. COLLEGE Championship Independence, Kan. 75, Moberly, Mo. 68—ot Third Place Casper, Wyo. 82, Wilmington, N.C. 81 Bowlers On Ball LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP)-Record scores were posted in the Class B doubles and all-events of the men's state bowling tournament over the weekend as 102 teams saw action. A. Beat and W. Harms of Newton rolled the record doubles score of 1,282, and J. Wanek of Russell set the all-events record at 1,855. The tournament ends May 19. Leaders include: Class A Team—Topeka Budweiser, 3,054; Wichita Frontier 3,016; Overland Park Clarks 2,980. Doubles—R. Cox-W. Ferguson, Overland Park, 1,209; (tie) J. Burton - W. Morton, Lawrence, 201; K. Shattuck-H. K. Colby, Wichita, 1,201. Singles—L. Manneback, Wichita 672; R. Tafoya, Topeka, 658; J. Hill, Leavenworth, 647. All-events—R. Tafoya, Topeka, 1,957; P. Stanberry, Wichita, 1,852; L. Wabaunsee, Topeka, 1,822 Gass B Team—Fort Scott Budweiser 2,852; Senne Construction, Topeka, 2,805; Laubhan, Russell, 2,768. Doubles — A. Beat-W. Harms, Newton. 1,282; J. Schaeffer-G. Roberts, Fort Scott, 1,240; W. Downs-W. Doyle, Topeka, 1,207. Singles—M. Norstrom, McPherson, 641; B. Yost, Topeka, 637; H. Deutch, Wichita, 628. All-events—J. Wanek, Russell, 1,855; H. Deutch, Wichita, 1,798; M. Thompson, Robinson, 1,787 Class C Team—Russell Scotties 2,740; Wichita Steins 2,567; Lyons Williamson, 2,562. Doubles—H. Jones—A. Ross, Lenexa, 1,163; C. Collins-B. Mildred, Lawrence, 1,115; 0. Kungler-M. Crandall, Lyons, 1,108. Singles—C. Collins, Lawrence, 596; W. F. White, Lyons, 590; L. Fryback, Colby, 589. All-events—J. Fries, Topeka, 1,696; J. Allen, Fort Scott 1643 H. Allen, Burlington, 1,623. By DON WEISS Associated Press Sports Writer LOUISVILLE (AP) - Memo to the nation's college basketball coaches: If you want to win the national collegiate championship, take two preliminary steps: 1. Play well but not quite well enough to earn the No. 1 rating. 2. Coach well but not quite impressively enough to be named Coach of the Year. That's what George Ireland and the Loyola of Chicago Ramblers did. Loyola's heart-thumping 60-58 overtime victory over two-year champion Cincinnati Saturday night extended the failure of the nation's top-ranking teams to six straight years. Not since unbeaten North Carolina survived a triple overtime battle with second-ranked Kansas in the classic finals of 1957 has the No. 1 ranked team wound up with the championship. Now third-ranked Loyola has the crown in a season when Cin- CERAMIC WALLS & FLOORS FORMICA TOPS Inlaid Linoleum TILE Christian Bros. FLOORS CH 2-2285 Ottawa 153 A. Madl 107 98 J. Madl 101 103 B. Kamp 234 192 R & M MIDGETS Dcucei Wild—0 let 2nd 3rd Ttl. N. Rtcheston .... 89 101 187 J. Sauer .. ..'. 139 141 278 G. Hettler 130 140 270 J. Stcinman 138 85 223 A. Campbell lit 86 205 Side Swlperi—3 R. Bell 105 114 219 C. Hettler 104 117 221 E. Montgomery . .. 104 89 193 B. Richeson 95 100 185 C. Davis 213 186 399 Spllnleri—2 T. Fisher 78 104 182 D. Mudrick .. ..'.:. 87 127 214 J. Mclntosh 125 58 183 8. Suits 64 82 146 S. Bell 119 143 262 Timber Tnmbleri—1 H. Suits 70 88 158 J. Moody 113 119 232 Dennis Blen 7 71 148 J. Johnson 84 66 150 S. Salb 110 106 216 Sleepers—3 Foster 86 76 161 J. Balb 86 129 215 Dennlston 103 90 193 D, Blen ,'.' 77 71 148 D. Oumm 117 121 238 ScHUPrbralui—0 D. Kersley 113 118 231 W. Dennlston 42 71 113 S. Van Cleave .. 77 91 168 208 107 73 180 B. Campbell ...... 108 100 C. Nltcher ... "" " Public Sale Will sell at Public Auction at the farm located 3 miles west of Ottawa, Kansas on Wilson Street March 27, 1963 Starting at j.:00 o'clock 170 bales Lespedeza hay, more or less. 1935 Chevrolet 2-door sedan. Allis Chalmers tractor; 14-inch 2-bottom Case tractor plow; International tandem disc. FOLLOWING MACHINERY HORSE DRAWN — Corn planter; McCormick Deering mower; wagon; and box; grain drill; 4-shovel cultivator; hay rake; walking lister; walking plow; double shovel. HOUSE-HOLD GOODS — G. E. refrigerator; dining table; book case; kitchen cabinet; cupboard; 2 iron bedsteads; 6 chairs; dresser; stand table; other articles too numerous to mention. Terms: Cash. Not responsible in case of accidents. Howard Conley Est. Perry Burrows, Adm. Auctioneers: Myers Bros. Clerk: Peoples Bank of Ottawa. Doesn't Pay To Be No. 1 Exhibition Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. Baltimore 11 4 .733 Los Angeles 11 4 .733 Kansas City 9 4 .692 Chicago 10 6 .625 Cleveland 10 6 .625 Detroit 8 8 .500 Washington 6 8 .429 Boston 7 9 .438 Minnesota 5 10 .333 New York .. .. .... 5 10 .333 NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet Houston 9 6 .600 New York 9 6 .600 Pittsburg 7 6 .600 Cincinnati 8 8 .500 St. Louis 8 8 .500 Los Angeles 7 8 .467 Milwaukee 6 9 .400 San Francisco . . . 6 10 .375 Philadelphia . . ..6 9 .357 Chicago 4 12 .333 Sunday's Results Pittsburgh 11, Cincinnati 3 , Los Angelas N 6, Baltimore 1 Milwaukee 8, St Louis 4 New York A 3, New York N. 0 Minnesota 4, Philadelphia 3, 12 innings San Francisco 11, Chicago N 6 Los Angeles A 6, Houston 5 Chicago A 6, Detroit 5, 10 innings Kansas City 6, Washington 5 Cleveland 7, Boston 4 cinnati was the overwhelming choice from start to finish. If that doesn't indicate enough of a jinx, then figure this. In both 1981 and 1982, Ohio State's Fred Taylor had already made his thank-you speech as Coach of the Year when Cincinnati and Ed Jucker knocked him away from the championship. This time, the voters took the hint. Jucker is the Coach of the Year and Ireland of Loyola is the champ. It has got to the stage where the stock picture in the championship dressing room is a group shot of the various lesser-ranked teams pointing to the ceiling yelling: "We're No. 1", while the kids and the coach who were so ranked uttered something like: "That's basketball." It was all of that last weekend here at Freedom Hall when a tap- in by 6-foot-6 Vic Rouse as time ran out brought the Loyola Ramblers their first national championship in their first NCAA appearance. While Coach of the Year Jucker fidgeted on the bench and his team of the year stalled on the court, Loyola overcame a 15-point deficit and sent the exciting battle into overtime on a 10-foot jump shot by All-America Jerry Harkness. The Ramblers won it on Rouse's follow to a jumper by Les Hunter with one second remaining in the extra period. Ireland had this observation: "It's a great thing for basketball when peasants like us can win the national championship. It should give the other peasants a lift." Bowling' OttaMans Roll 2542 In State An Ottawka team, Heathman Oil, rolled a 2542 series in the state tournament at Lawrence yesterday. Another Ottawa team, Me- Cracken Electric, rolled a 2390. Members of the Heathman team and their scores are C. Keim, 573; J. DeVore, 455; D. Toum- berlin, 507; Max Reneau, 520, and Fred Heathman, 487. The team entered with a 780 average and rolled lines of 801-866-875. Members and scores for Me- Cracken are Phil McCracken, 557; B. Spazt, 451; F. 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