THB OTTAWA HERALD Monday, April 1, 196S Bowling Roundup 3009 Top Score In BPAA Rolloff If scores in yesterday's rolloff for the Bowling Proprietors tournament are an indication, look for some fancy scoring in the forthcoming Ottawa men's bowling tournament. Sixteen teams fired yesterday at the Ottawa Bowl Lanes for four spots in a zone playoff in the Bowling Proprietors Asso- caition of America Team Handicap Tournament. The leading qualifier was the Ottawa Bowl No. 2 team which posted a 2691 scratch series and 3009 handicap. Every member of the team scored 500 or better. The other three are Helen & Bill's Cafe with 2675 scratch and 2975 handicap, Texaco with 2636 scratch and 2969 handicap and Montomgery Ward with 2495 scratch and 2954 handicap. The Ottawa Bowl No. 1 team rolled a 2727 scratch series but couldn't make the grade for the zone elimination. The four Ottawa teams will compete in the zone round June 15 at Augusta. From there five 3 New Leaders lit Pin Tourney LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP)-Three new leaders took over as 76 teams competed during the weekend in the men's state bowling tournament. I. Nelson and J. Arms of Salina gained the Class A doubles lead with 1,219. R. Langdale of Ar- Royals Ahead In NBA Playoff By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The long reign of the Boston Celtics as champions of the National Basketball Association appears to be ending. The Cincinnati Royals beat the Celtics 121-116 Sunday night in what Bob Cousy of Boston had termed "the big game of the Eastern Division final playoffs. •The victory gave the Royals a Z-l lead in the best-of-7 series. To survive, the Celtics now must win three of the four remaining games a rugged task against the fired- up Ohioans. t ^_«.^«™«—••—— Singles Leader jWith 730 Series .BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - Don Whelan of Buffalo, who decided fQur years ago to return to bowling after a 13-year retirement, tpssed 27 strikes out of a possible 36 to take over as the classic singles leader at the American Bowling Congress tournament. ;His 730 series Sunday night also helped put him in second place in classic all-events with a nine- game total of 1979. Whelan, 35, gave up bowling at the age of 17 because "I lost interest in the game." Grid Practice CHICAGO (AP) - Spring football drills open at Northwestern Purdue and Ohio State today with other Big Ten schools getting started by April 15. kansas City is on top in the Class B singles at 662, and E. Hoffman of Independence leads the Class C all-events with 1,696. The tourney ends May 19. The standings: Class A Teams — Topeka Budweiser 3,054; Wichita Frontiers 3,016; Overland Park Clarks 2,980. Doubles — I. Nelson-J. Arms, Salina, 1,219; Cox-W. Ferguson, Overland Park, 1,209; J. Burton- W. Morton, Lawrence, 1,201. Singles—L. Mannebach, Wichita 672; (tie) R. Tafoya, Topeka, and J. Bentiey, Wichita, 656. All-Events—R. Tafoya, Topeka, 1,957; J. Stanberry, Wichita, 1,852, L. Wabaunsee, Topeka, 1,822. Class B Teams—Fort Scott Budweisers 2,852; Topeka Senne 2,805; Plainville McClay 2,675. Doubles — A. Belt-W. Harms, Newton, 1,282; (tie) J Schaeffer- G. Roberts, Fort Scott, 1,240; R. Huff-J. Bentiey, Wichita, 1,240. Singles—R. Langdale, Arkansas City, 662; M. Norstrom, McPherson, 641; R. Thrasher, Parsons, 640. All-Events—J. Wanek, Russell, L.855; H. Deutch, Wichita, 1,798; VI. Thompson, Robinson, 1,707. Class C Teams — Russell Scotties 2,740; lola Clarks 2,604; Osawatomie Miami Bowls 2,599. Doubles — H. Jones-A. Ross, Lenexa, 1,163; C. Collins-D. Millard, Lawrence, 1,115; 0. Klingler-M. Crandall, Lyons, 1,108. Singles—C. Collins, Lawrence, 596; W. F. White, Lyons, 590; C. Hargadine, Alden, 589. All-Events—E. Hoffman, Independence, 1,713; J. Geist, Oakley, 1,699; J. Fries, Topeka, 1,696. 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Montgomery Ward — Bill Bond, 508, Charles Brandon, 504; Al Bennett, 516; Ollie Burress, 517, and Ken Liegerot, 450. Ralph Kampschroeder with 601 and Jim Snider with 593 led the Ottawa Bowl No. 1 team which didn't make it. Newt Brown added 565. Ralph's 220 line was tops. Other teams in the rolloff and their handicap scores were Bine- ie's Garage, 2775 Heathman Oil, 2941; Pence Food Center, 2688; McCi-acken Electric, 2818; Keen Co., 2688; Kersley's Cowboys, 2941; Ottawa Insulation, 2792; Wilson Cleaners, 2791; Presto Foods, 2753; Hubbard Lumber, 2927, and Kitty Clover, 2750. The White's Furniture team got a 616 from Howard Thrasher to post a 2506 series in the men's state tournament at Lawrence yesterday. Howard scored 193-211-212, and Ray Bettge chipped in 572 to help the cause. C. McDaniels rolled a 585 series to lead the scoring in the Saturday Midnighters League at the Ottawa Bowl. His Cutoff Club beat the Rollers, 4-0. Two lads beat 300 in 2-line series in R&M Midget League play last week at the Ottawa Bowl. Jack Sauer scored a 312 with an 163 high line for the Side Wild, 2-1 winner over the Sleepers. Craig Davis hit 315 with an 163 high line for the Sid Swiprs, but the Swipers dropped all three points to the Splinters. Team results and individual scores in the Saturday Night and Midget Leagues appear elsewhere on this page. Exhibition Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. Los Angeles 15 7 .682 Baltimore .......... 14 7 .667 Cleveland . 15 8 .052 Chicago 14 9 .609 Detroit 13 10 .565 Kansas City 11 9 .550 Boston 10 13 .435 Washington 9 12 .429 New York 8 14 .363 Minnesota 7 15 .318 National League W. L. Pet. Houston 12 8 .600 New York .....13 9 .591 Los Angeles 12 10 .545 Milwaukee 11 11 .500 Philadelphia 10 10 .500 St. Louis 11 12 .478 Pittsburgh 9 10 .474 Cincinnati 10 13 .435 Chicago 8 14 .363 San Francisco 6 16 .272 Saturday's Results Detroit 5, Cincinnati 2 Los Angeles (N) 4, Minnesota 2, (5 innings, rain) New York (N) 7, Philadelphia 1 Pittsburgh 3, Kansas City 2 (11 innings) Baltimore 2, St. Louis 1 Chicago (N) 9, Boston 4 Los Angeles (A) 8, Houston 0 Chicago (A) 5, New York (A) 1 Cleveland 5, San Francisco 4 Sunday's Results Los Angeles (N) 10, Cincinnati 8 Milwaukee 2, Baltimore 0 New York (N) 6, Kansas City 1 Philadelphia 4, Pittsburgh 3 Washington 4, St. Louis 2 Boston 3, Chicago (N) 1 Houston 9, Los Angeles (A) 3 Cleveland 7, San Francisco 6 New York (A) 10, Chicago (A) 4 Detroit 6. Minnesota 3 To Shorten Boxing Round By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Miami Beach Boxing Com mission has decided to experiment with two-minute rounds as a possible method for cutting down on boxing deaths. "It's that last minute, when most fighters are worn out, that all the serious damage is done," said promoter Chris Dundee, think this could be a step in the right direction." Dundee said the Wednesday night fight between Mike DeJohn and Irish Don McAteer would be limited to two-minute rounds and the bout would be extended from 10 to 12 rounds. Little Jerry V Wins Azalea Open Title \VILMINGTON, N.C. (AP) Jerry Barber will be 47 years old next month. He is only 5-foot-5 and weighs a mere 137 pounds. He wears glasses. The little veteran of the golfing wars shook off his younger challengers with a 5-under-par back nine 31 to win the $20,000 Azalea Open tournament Sunday by five strokes. Barber's closing 67 gave him a 72-hole total of 274, a 14-under par performance. He won $2,800 in scoring his first victory since capturing the national PGA crown two years ago., In addition, he took down $100 for sharing with Don Finsterwald the lowest score of the final round. Counting special awards, Barber won $3,900 during the tournament. Barber, who held a one-shot lead after 54 holes, was enmeshed in a four-way. tie for the lead after the first nine holes of the final round and a triple deadlock with only six holes to play. He blew it open when he birdied the next three holes to wrap up his third Wilmington victory in 11 years and his seventh tour triumph. Sharing second place at 279 were Billy Maxwell, Australian Bruce Crampton, Doug 'Ford and two circuit youngsters, Larry Beck of Southern Pines, N.C., and Jack Rule of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Maxwell missed a three-foot putt on the final green that cost him second money of $1,900. The five-way tie brought each man $1,320. * * * WILMINGTON, N.C. (AP)-Top 10 winners in the $42,000 Azalea Open Golf Tournament: Jerry Barber, $2,800 69-68-70-67-274 Jack Rule Jr., $1,320 70-72-66-69-279 Larry Beck, $1,320 70-68-71-70-279 Bruce Crampton, $1,320 72-71-65-71-279 Doug Ford, $1,320 74-64-71-70—279 Billy Maxwell, -1,320 70-71-67-71—279 Jerry Steelsmith, $875 74-67-70-69-280 Gene Littler, $875 67-70-72-71—280 Dave Marr, $753.34 73-70-69-69—281 Bill Dunk, $753.34 71-70-71-69-281 Lionel Hebert, $753.34 70-71-70-70—281 Honor For Dark NEW YORK (AP)-Alvin Dark, manager of the National League champion San Francisco Giants, will receive the Sportsmanship Award at the annual dinner of the Sportsmanship Brotherhood Tuesday night. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. Baseball Notes Bo Day Late, $500 Short And Didn't Pitch So Well By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sport* Writer Bo Belinsky was a day late and $500 short in getting to the park on time. As it worked out, maybe he shouldn't have bothered. The free-wheeling lefty, who faces a fine for being tardy to practice, was pounded for four runs and eight hits and gave up three bases on balls in six innings Sunday. He was tagged with the loss in the Los Angeles Angels 9-3 defeat by Houston at Palm Springs, Calif, while his current girl friend, actress Mamie Van Doren, and manager Bill Rigney looked on with mixed emotions. Belinsky, a no-hit pitcher last season who has gained considerable attention for his affection for late hours, faces a fine for being 2& hours late to a game Saturday. Rigney maintains he hasn't yet decided just how stiff the penalty will be, but source* close to the club said it probably will be $500. A continent away, another noted left-hander, the New York Yankees' Whitey Ford, also was having his problems. Ford, the Yanks' ace, was left in Fort Lauderdale for treatment of an ailing pitching arm while the team started a tour of Florida's west coast. "His shoulder tightened up again after that work Friday," manager Ralph Houk said. "This is the same thing that he has every spring and it takes a while." Houk said Ford may not be able to take his regular turn at the start of the season "and I don't Governor To Get 'Grid Fix' Report Pro Basketball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Sunday's Results Eastern Division Final Cincinnati 121, Boston 116 (Cincinnati leads best-of-7 series 2-1.) Western Division Final Los Angeles 112, St. Louis 104 (Los Angeles leads best-of-7 series 1-0.) Today's Games No games scheduled. . Tuesday's Games St. Louis at Los Angeles ^!f\ X^ y$w AiN* j jf s wv ' ,. % f %"" n%^ 's ' ' f "**"•&• *" k% *"' *" ' ^ * "^ f "* ' | "* ' '•-''AS f "*<**. -"-.AW.S Ms f.f fj.> >SV , , ff I, i.f f fv f < VA „ fjA,,^ v ^ MOORE CHEVROLET-OLDS, INC. presents a spectacular exhib>+ of truck power team Wed., April 3, 7:30 P. M CHEVROLET JOBMASTER TRUCKS See Chevrolet's traveling power team exhibit of full-size working models of engines, transmissions and axles. You'll see the complete line including three new Chevrolet High Torque engines-also powerful diesels and the unique Corvair 95 Unipack. Every unit is cut away so that you can see its inner workings in slow motion. This is truly one of the most fascinating and educational exhibits to be seen anywhere. Don't miss it! " Visit MOORE Chevrolet on April 3 to see Chevrolet's big Truck Power Team Exhibit! MOORE CHEVROLET - OLDS, INC., 412 S. Main Phone CH 2-3640 ATTANTA (AP)-Carl E. Sanders was scheduled to receive today a preliminary report on a state investigation of charges that last fall's Georgia-Alabama football game was rigged. "A preliminary, progress report is scheduled to go to the governor today," said Atty. Gen. Eugene Cook who started an investigation more than two weeks ago into the charges made by the Saturday Evening Post. "The detailed, final report will be submitted Tuesday—if possible," Cook said. The state probe was ordered by Sanders after the Post said in its March 23 issue that Wally Butts, former athletic director at Georgia, gave Georgia football secrets to Coach Paul (Bear) Bryant of Alabama prior to the 1962 game. Alabama defeated Georgia 35-0. Butts and Bryant have denied the charge and Butts has filed a $10 million libel suit against Post publishers. Sanders, who returned Sunday From a trip to Mexico, declined comment on the topic. The attorney general said results of the state investigation indicated Butts gave important Georgia football information to Bryant. Cook said he concluded Fa telephone call between Butts and Bryant about a week before the game was more than casual football conversation. "The evidence, after a thorough • ' -;-f - -11 14 ft t f investigation, indicates that vital and important information was given about the Georgia team, that it could have affected the outcome of the. game and the margin of points scored," Cook said. The attorney general said four of his assistants and two GBI agents, plus four federal men, had conducted an exhaustive and impartial investigation. expect him to be able to go nine innings if he can start." The rest of the'Yanks unloaded a 17-hit attack, including two home runs by Joe Pepitone and one by Hector Lopez, in a 10-4 triumph over the Chicago White Sox at Sarasota. Milwaukee veteran Lew Burdette turned in a sparkling 2-0 shutout of Baltimore at Miami while the National League champion San Francisco Giants lost their 14th in 16 starts, 7-6 to the Cleveland Indians at San Diego, Calif. Jay Hook struck out nine and allowed just seven hits in going the distance in the New York Mets' 6-1 conquest of Kansas City at St. Petersburg, Fla. It was the Mets' 13th exhibition victory. Jake Wood drove in three runs on a single and a homer in Detroit's 6-3 victory over Minnesota at Orlando, while Ken McMullen drove in four runs on two doubles and a single in the Los Angeles Dodgers' 10-8 triumph over Cincinnati at Tampa. Rookie Tom Brown singled in the tie-breaking runs in Washington's 4-2 victory over St. Louis at Pompano Beach, Philadelphia edged Pittsburgh 4-3 in 10 innings at Clearwater and Boston beat the Chicago Cubs 3-1 in Scottsdale. Burdette, a 36-year-old right- hander assaying a comeback with the Braves, permitted only one Baltimore runner beyond first base. He struck out two and walked none. Burdette, 10-9 last season, has allowed only one run in 32 innings this spring. ,. OTTAWA BOWL 418V 3 N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 B * M MIDGETS Sideiwlpen—0 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. R. Bell 100 95 204 C. Hettler 134 110 244 E. Montgomery .. . 1'OS 108 216 B. Richeson 87 90 177 C. Davis 1S2 163 315 Splinter*— S T. Fisher .. ....... 124 110 234 D. Mudrick 147 107 254 J. Mclntosh 97 86 183 S. Suits 70 70 140 8. Bell 134 137 271 Timber Tumblers—1 H. Suits .. 130 99 222 J. Moody .; 86 111 197 D. Bien ..' 84 84 188 3. Johnson 99 82 181 L. Salb 100 96 196 Scatt«rbralns—2 D. Kersley $35 127 262 W. Denniston 56 83 139 S. Van Cleave 62 73 135 R. Campbell 113 102 215 C. Nitcher 78 111 180 Deuces Wild—2 N. Richeson 108 71 179 J. Sauer 123 189 312 G. Hettler 110 118 228 J. Steinman 159 108 267 A. Campbell 112 132 244 Sleepers—1 P. Poster 81 97 178 J. Salb 136 109 245 C. Denniston .... 90 85 175 D. Bien 112 80 192 D. Oumm 128 143 271 SATURDAY MIDNIGHTERS Alley Rats—0 1st 2nd 3rd TO. B. Mudrick 124 112 112 348 D. Mudrick '. 161 164 130 455 C. Burgoon 60 92 223 159 399 71 R. Tarpy 127 113 Brunswick Kidj—4 M. Keefer 155 146 152 453 A. Keefer 142 212 192 546 C. Dillon 99 127 100 326 D. Dillon 193 139 187 519 The Rollers—0 E. Cromwell 117 96 104 317 W. Cromwell : 101 111 117. 328 J.Foster r.. 421 118 -M-321 C. Poster 107 102 127 338 Cat-Off Club—4 R. Kamp 195 221 194 610 H. Ogle 118 127 142 387 E. McDaniels 176 129 185 490 C. McDaniels 208 166 211 585 Slap Happy Four—1 D. Denniston 99 150 122 371 B. Denniston 98 120 102 320 D. Denniston 118 117 117 352 M. Denniston 114 70 86 270 Alley Cats—* K. Cordle 148 166 132 447 I. Cordle 133 145 112 390 M. Hopkins 179 164 92 435 A. Hopkin* 181 154 138 473 GUARANTEED TROUBLE-FREE FOR THE LIFE OF YOUR HOME! HOMEguard TILT Lifetime Aluminum Combination STORM-SCREEN WINDOWS at Ont Lew Price— 95 Samples Only In Stores AIL SIZES up to 120 in. (Height and Width Combined) Positive Position Lock! THREE TRACK CHANNEL FULLY WEATHER STRIPPED Triple-Tilt Windows ttrvics. No obligation. FINEST QUALITY Aluminum Attention Homeowners! 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