The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 18, 1963 · Page 2
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, April 18, 196S BOWLING STARS — Singles matches ended R&M Midget League bowling tournament yesterday at Ottawa Bowl Lanes, and here are winners (from left Hal Suits, first in singles with 395; Davey Mudrick, fourth in singles; Glenna Hettler, second in singles; Sharon Anne Van Cleave, high scratch line, 159, among girls in tournament; Jack Sauer, third in singles and first in all events with 1145, and Craig Davis, second in all events with 1115. (Herald Photo) A Hot Night On The Alleys Close Football Doors To Hornung, Karras High scores were a dime a dozen last night in both men and women leagues at Ottawa's two bowling lanes. A most notable achievement was the 2444 team series Wright's Studio rolled to beat Moore's Chevrolet, 3-1, in Wednesday Night Ladies League at the Royal T. Wright's has had the edge in title race since early in the season, with Moore's the closest pursuer. Wright's victory last night put the team's record at 96-36, and Moore's now trails by points with 85!/ 2 -46!/ 2 . Arlcne DeCaeny led Wright's with a 546 series on lines of 168-220-158. Sue Wolgast contributed 544 with 170-170-204. Ellen Hickman led Moore's with 512 on lines of 181-144-187. Virginia Hoffman rolled a 202 line in her 496 series for the best performance on the Peoples National Bank team, 3-1 winner over First National Bank. On the men's side, George Dunkin with 603 and Jules Doty with 601 set the pace. Dunkin led his Texaco team to a 2651 series in a 2-2 split with Kersley's Cowboys in the Commercial League at the Ottawa Bowl. Doty helped his Todd's Mobile Homes five to a 2699 series and 3-1 victory over Crites, same place, same league. Top man in the Booster League at the Royal T was Cecil Wolgast with a 584 for Royal T, 3-1 winner over Knights of Columbus No. 1. Dunkin rolled lines of 187-200216 for his 603. His teammates' OHS Netters Shut Out Turner The Ottawa Cyclone racquet squad gained a measure of revenge against the Turner Bears for football and basketball losses as the Reds won their second match in a 7-0 sweep yesterday afternoon. Ottawa's entire compliment of players tasted victory as Eddie Davidson, Jan Jefferis, Jack Thompson, Loren Shofner and Jim Graham put down the Bear quintet in short order. The only player that ran long was Jan Jefferis who locked horns with Bill Rock in a 23-game first set going to Rock. Jefferis rebounded well in the second and third set with a 6-1, 6-3 score to cop the match. Coach Conrad Downing's Cyclones host the Washburn Rural Blues tomorrow afternoon on the Forest Park courts, beginning at 2:30. The Cyclones are now 2-3-1 with victories over Osawatomie and Turner and losses to Emporia, Lawrence and Osawatomie. The lone tie was against Olathe but probably will be settled one week from tomorrow. Here are the results: SINGLES Eddie Davidson (0) over Don Webb (T) 6-0, 6-4. Jan Jefferis (0) over Bill Rock (T) 11-13, 6-1, 6-3. Jack Thompson (0) over Dan Lockwood (T) 6-4, 3-6, 6-2. Loren Shofner (0) over Mike Walters (T) 6-2, 6-0. Jim Graham (0) over Tom Shoemake (T) 6-0, 6-1. DOUBLES Davidson • Shofner (0) over Webb-Lockwood (T) 6-2, 6-4. Jefferis - Thompson (0) over Rock-Shoemake (T) 6-4, 6-1. Scoreboard By THE ASSOCIATED PPRESS American League W. L. Pet. G.B. Detroit 5 2 .714 — Kansas City .... 4 2 .667 % New York 4 3 .571 1 Baltimore 4 3 .571 1 Ueveland 3 3 .500 I'/z 1,0s Angeles .... 3 3 .500 l 1 /^ Boston 3 4 .429 2 Chicago 2 3 .400 2 Washington .... 2 4 .333 Wz Minnesota ...... 2 5 .286 3 Wednesday's Results Detroit 4, New York 2 Baltimore 5, Boston 4 Los Angeles 4, Minnesota 0 Washington at Cleveland, ppd, rain Only games scheduled Friday's Games Detroit at Boston (2 morning- afternoon) Los Angeles at Kansas City (2 twi-night) New York at Washington (N) Cleveland at Baltimore (N) Minnesota at Chicago (N) National League W. L. Pet. G.B. Milwaukee 6 2 .750 San Francisco ..5 2 .714 St. Louis 5 2 .714 Pittsburgh 4 3 .571 l»/ 2 Philadelphia ... 4 3 .571 I Los Angeles .... 4 4 .500 2 Chicago 3 4 .429 2'/ 2 Cincinnati 3 4 .429 2 l /2 Houston 3 5 .375 3 New York 0 8 .000 6 Wednesday's Results Cincinnati 5, New York 0 Milwaukee 6, Philadelphia 5 St. Louis 7, Pittsburgh 3 Los Angeles 1, Chicago 0 (10 innings) Houston 2, San Francisco 1 (13 innings) Friday's Games Milwaukee at New York St. Louis at Philadelphia (M) Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (N) Houston at Los Angeles (N) Chicago at San Francisco (N) OTTAWA BOWL 418Y2 N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 COMMERCIAL Service — I 1st 2nd B. Honn ........... 131 176 W, Cromwell ..... 127 152 B. Abbott ......... 174 140 I. Adams ......... 179 148 D. DUlon ......... 180 169 Vrede'n Shoes— 4) P. Fredeen ........ 146 192 B. Parks .......... 118 135 Blder ............. 98 102 W. Lister ......... 104 107 A. Conua .......... 166 180 .Te*»co— 2 B. Page ........... 163 201 F. Simmons ....... 191 192 B. Duffield ........ 146 126 A. Knoeppel ....... 172 196 G. Dunkin ...... 187 200 Kcriley'j Cowboys — 3 R. Lewis ........ 163 192 O. Strickland ...... 146 206 D. Toumberlin .. .. 118 177 B. Ferjuson ...... 177 143 C. Kersley ........ 118 171 Crltrs Body Shop—] F. Wise ........... 170 191 B. Wiedner ........ 179 187 W. Hazen ......... 158 201 O. Morrison ....... 128 128 R. Cnte$ ........ 114 163 Todd* Mobile Homes — .1 H. Kramer ........ 1»2 174 J. Todd ........... 160 141 R. Shofner ........ 154 147 J. Doty ........... 180 174 B. Wenthe ........ 184 215 189 588 3rd Ttl. 172 479 118 397 147 461 186 513 157 516 187 533 117 370 123 323 132 343 137 473 187 531 161 544 165 437 168 536 216 603 128 473 163 614 212 607 168 408 17S 467 128 487 155 501 150 509 144 400 163 440 205 571 139 440 1B8 499 247 801 TWILIGHT Western Auto—S'/s 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. I. McFadden 151 140 125 416 H. McFadden 135 116 109 360 H. Moody 157 141 111 409 O. McFadden 123 134 145 402 H. Llnneinun 154 184 132 470 nieiili's Garaje & Body Shop—Hi V. Bii'n 135 142 148 435 O. Bowman 147 188 155 491) D. Wleneke 147 128 155 430 D. Killlon 147 142 189 458 L. Bien 203 167 211 881 Bennett Cry. No. 'J—I D. Stoneklng 156 152 135 443 C, Dodd 196 166 191 553 J. Mood}' 171 162 148 481 Ottawa Bug Service—S D. Smay 163 199 148 508 G. Simmons 141 156 244 541 F. Disque 153 155 197 5'.15 G. Ainsworth 203 135 167 505 B. Figgins 180 168 159 507 SunrUc Dairy— Z C. Fritts 148 211 174 543 G. Foster 188 169 128 485 A. Miller 186 144 137 477 M. Plereon 123 130 159 412 8. Devore 149 157 203 508 Bob's C'liithei—•-' M. Rodgers 136 142 158 136 G. Honn 132 18fl 170 488 G. Powell H4 181 186 411 W. Mack 132 153 148 401 H. Conrad 116 187 202 505 Lakers Win To Make It 2-1 In Playoff LOS ANGELES (AP) - Jerry West and Elgin Baylor played superlative basketball and gave the Los Angeles Lakers their first victory over the Boston Celtics in the National Basketball Associa- .ion championship series Wednesday night 119-99. The Celtics now lead the best-of- seven series 2-1. They took the first two in Boston. The fourth game, to be played here Friday night, is sold out. "Friday's fourth game will be the key to this series," said Capt. Bob Cougy after the Celtics lost. "We suffered a natural letdown. But then, we didn't figure to beat a good club like Los Angeles three straight. "If we win Friday, the series won't go seven games," Coach Fred Schaus of the Lakers said West's sensational play Wednesday was the greatest he has recorded as a collegian or pro. Schaus coached West at West Virginia. "He simply had everything, said Schaus. "He was hitting from the corners and his outside jumpers were never better. He made some great driving lay-ups, and he blocked several Boston shots." West connected on 17 of 30 shots from the floor. The 6-foot-3 star had eight rebounds. He was the game's high scorer with 42 points. Baylor, who had 38 points, held a 23-19 advantage over Boston's Bill Russell in the rebound department. The Lakers out-rebounded the Celtics 65-42, and that usually decides basketball games. contributions to the big series were 531 by R. Page, 544 by F. Simmons and 536 by A. Knoeppel Doty started about average, rolling 180 and 174 before closing with a 247 line. He had major support from Homer Kramer with 571 and Bill Wenthe with 588. A sweet 2566 scratch was posted by Ottawa Bus Service in its 3-1 victory over Bennett Creamery in the men's Twilight League at the Ottawa Bowl. For consistency on the team, how do you like 508 by D. Smay, 505s by F. Disque and G. Ainsworth and 507 by B. Figgins. G. Simmons "spoiled" it a bit by rolling 541. L. Bien had a nice series, 581, with 203 and 211 lines for Bienie's Garage. Team results and individual scores in the Ottawa Bowl leagues appear elsewhere on this page. Here are team results and high individual scors in the Royal T leagues: BOOSTER LEAGUE Colby'g Furniture—3 High 10-30 — Pogue, 202-529 Robertson Motors—1 High 10 — V. Roller, 168 High 30 — B. Spatz, 435 Mille's—2 High 10 — W. Potter, 169 High 30 — G. Mille, 478 K of C No. 3—3 High 10-30 — McLaughlin, 214-523 Royal T Lanes—3 High 10-30 — c. wolgast, 212-584 K of C No. 1—I High 10-30 — M. Mueller, 189-499 K of C No. 2—S High 10 — Schulte, 200 High 30 — Beier, 606 Princeton—1 High 10-30 — Knight, 172-474 Kitty Clover—3 High 10 — H. Eley, 169 High 30 — O. Burress, 471 Hank's Sinclair—1 High 10 — Jones, 178 High 30 — Lefler, 467 WEDNESDAY NIGHT LADIES Wright's Studio—3 High 10-30 — A. DeCaeny, 220-546 Moore's Chevrolet—1 High 10-30 — E. Hickman, 187-512 Meadow Gold—3 High 10 — E. Keller, 170 High 30 — C. Honn, 464 Seller Studio—1 High 10 — S. Richardson, 175 High 30 — M. Buss, 383 Towner's—3 High 10-30 — A. Nutt, 166-440 Romstedt's Grocery—1 High 10 — C. Dengel, 177 High 30 — M. Zielsdorf, 422 Petrex of Texas—2 High 10-30 — H. Ogle, 168-441 Kansas State Bank—2 High 10-30 — H. Liegerot, 179-448 Peoples National Bank—3 High 10-30 — V. Hoffman, 202-496 First National Bank—1 High 10 — N. Fritts, 153 High 30 — A. Wolgast, 418 By WILL GR1MSLEY Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)-Professional football on both sides of the border slammed its doors today on two suspended stars of the National Football League and rallied behind NFL Commisioner Pete Rozelle in his smashing blow at gambling influences. A penitent Paul Hornung and an outraged Alex Karras, two of the sport's biggest names caught in the web of the latest sports scandal, apparently were left with no recourse except possible future forgiveness of the league—not earlier than 1964. The rival American League, battling the NFL for the spectator dollar, and the Canadian League, a refuge for ousted American players in the past, said they have no place for the two players accused of wagering on games. "Under no circumstances will they be permitted tc play in the American Football League until their suspensions are lifted," Joe B'oss, commissioner of the AFL, said in a formal statement in Dallas. Sidney Halter, commissioner of the Canadian League, said: "I would refuse to register any contract submitted by a CFL club with a player suspended by an American league for betting on games." Hornung, halfback and frequent scoring leader of the champion Green Bay Packers, and Karras, 2nO-pound tackle of the Detroit Lions, drew indefinite suspensions Wednesday in a sweeping action by Rozelle that also resulted in fines for five other Detroit players and a $4,00 penalty against the Detroit club. Hornung and Karras were accused of making bets on games, usually in the $50 to $200 range, ever a period of years. The commissioner said there was no evidence of any so-called "fixes." That is, they were not found to have bet against their own club, Beveled and Piain Edge MIRRORS For Any Room in Your Home SUFFRON Glass Co. 418 N Main Ph CH 2-2515 EXTRA SPECIALS for Thursday - Friday - Saturday Ladies' Nylon Hose Sheer Seamless Mesh 1st quality 15 denier Men's Dress Oxfords Fine Assortment $OOO O Pr. Men's Work Shoes What a Buy! 2 Pr. Young Men's PANTS Continentals or Plains Wash 'N Wear $790 3 Pr. Raff elocks Bargain Centre 213 S. Main "Sells for Less" Ph. CH 2-2316 FOULED-UP PLAYERS - Paul Hornung (left) and Alex Karras have been suspended indefinitely from pro football for gambling activities. sold information to gamblers or Karras' reaction to the suspen shaved points. sion was entirely different. The other five players, each "It comes as a shock to me," fined $2,000 for betting $50 apiece on Green Bay to beat the New York Giants in the 1962 playoff game, were: John Gordy, guard; Gary Lowe, defensive back; Joe Schmidt, all-league middle linebacker; Wayne Walker, linebacker, and Sam Williams, defensive end, all of the Lions. Detroit was fined for failing to take proper action on undesirable association reported by police. Hornung, 27, a handsome bachelor who might double as a matinee idol, was subdued and humble when he received the news at his home in Louisville. "I did wrong," he said. "I should be penalized. I just have to stay with it." BLUE GRASS SOD FOB SALE FREE ESTIMATES Ph. Lawrence, Kansas VI 2-1282; VI 3-8235 the big lineman, also 27, a onetime All-America at Iowa, said at his home in Detroit. "I haven't done anything I am ashamed of and I am not guilty of anything." Cyclone Golfers Beat Turner Ottawa High School golfers defeated players from Turner High School yesterday at the Ottawa Country Club, 169 to 190. t Medalist was Jim Colby of Ottawa, who shot a 37 for the nine holes. The Ottawa scores: Gary Duffield, 46; Steve Roush, 42; Tom Parks, 44; and Jim Colby, 37. Paola scores: Jack Hill, 49; Don Weathers, 48; Leroy Kramer, 49; and Muro George, 44. This afternoon the Ottawa golfers will go to Paola to meet players of several high schools in matches at Paola Country Club. J GILLETTE J ^ Super Power Bar + • Tractor Tires • • • • See Us for FAST, EFFICIENT TIRE SERVICE on All Tractors! 110 West 4th St. Right Down Town Tirc« S Supply, Inc. CH 2-4436 DON'T MISS Ttre$ton* AD ON PAGE 3 Gtf FORD DEALER IN-STOCK IT'S SMART TO BUY OUT OF STOCK! PICK OUT YOUR FORD NOW AND SAVE WHILE THEY'RE ALL PRICED TO MOVE FAST! IMMEDIATE DELIVERY-NO WAITING FOR FACTORY SHIPMENTS TO COME IN. HURRY IN NOW ... 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