The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 20, 1963 · Page 2
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TENNIS WINNER — Doug Schultz is shown in action at yesterday's Ottawa High-Washburn Kuril tennis match at Forrest Park. Doug, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. 0. Sennit/ 425 E. 12th, won his singles 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 and combined with Jim Graham to win doubles, 8-4. (Herald Photo). Cyclone Netters Beat Washburn If endurance is any measure of success, the Ottawa Cyclones ought to have about as much as anyone. During periodic duststorms, the Reds eked out a 4 hour 5-4 win over the Washburn Rural Blues behind Jack Thompson's tremendous do-or-lose finish. Thompson, playing in the number three slot, outshot Steve Bennett, 7-5, 5-7, 6-2, to give the Cyclones the margin necessary for their third victory of the season. Loren Shofner, Doug Schultz »nd Thompson had to go three sets each before nailing down a win, while Jan Jefferis had little trouble with a 2-set affair. Schultz combined with Jim Graham to cop the number three doubles. "I was extremely happy with the playing," commented Coach Conrad Downing. "The wind was gusty, and making a good shot was more a matter of luck than •kill. However, the boys made •ome tremendous comebacks. Loren Shofner Tallied after losing his first set as did Doug Schultz, our only double winner." Here are the results: SINGLES Mike Rafferty (W) over Eddie Davidson (0) 6-1, 11-9. Loren Shofner (0) over Robbie Ellis (W) 6-8, 6-3, 6-4. Jack Thompson (0) over Steve Bennett (W) 7-5, 5-7, 6-2. Rick Rothwell (W) over Jim Graham (0) 11-9, 6-8, 6-3. Jan Jefferis (0) over Roger Dibble (W) 6-4, 6-1. Doug Schultz (0) over Joe Dobrzanski (W) 4-6, 6-4, 6-3. DOUBLES (Pro Sets-8 games) Rafferty-Bennett (W) over Davidson-Shofner (0) 8-2. Ellis-Rothwell (W) over Thompson - Jefferis (0) 9-7. Schultz-Graham (0) over Dibble-Dobrzanski (W) 8-4. Cyclone's Record: 3-3-1. Baseball W L Pet. Oklahoma 8 0 1.000 Missouri 6 1 .857 Colorado 6 1 .857 Kansas 4 4 .500 Oklahoma State 3 5 .375 Nebraska 3 5 .375 Kansas State 1 7 .125 Iowa State 0 8 .000 Another Vault Mark By Bowling Ottawa High School trackmen placed ninth in the Class AA division in the 15th annual Pittsburg High School Relays yesterday. Coach Cox took 11 men to the meet. Springfield Parkview High was winner in the class with a point total of SOVi; Shawnee Mission North was second with 30'/S; Coffeyville third with 25; Labette County High fourth with 23y 2 ; Wyandotte fifth with 2iy 2 ; Carthage sixth with 21; Independence seventh with 18; and Parsons eighth with llYz. Ottawa, in ninth place, had 11. Charles Bowling of Ottawa High was first in the pole vault event, setting a new Pittsburg Relays record for Class AA with a mark of 13 feet, 3 inches. Ottawa's other points were picked up by Paul Stevens who placed third in the 200-yard dash, and by the medley relay team made up of Roger Ferguson, Paul Stevens, Jerry Turley and Craig Davis. The Ottawa team placed fourth in that event. Braves Win Denominational By FRED THOMPSON Despite a strong Southwestern bid, Ottawa University's Braves eked out a U4-point victory in the Denominational Relays last evening on Cook Field. The last event, the mile relay, could have given Southwestern the edge. Going into the anchor lap, the Builders and the Braves were running second and third, respectively. Their runners, Dick Spong of Ottawa and Russel Vale of Southwestern, passed the leading runner with the edge at the tape going to Vale. Had Ottawa finished less than third the meet would have gone to Southwestern. Once again, OU earned the triumph through its winning first in three events, 880 relay, 440 relay and distance medley, plus numerous seconds and thirds. Jon Krebs, Stan Hudston, Andy Honeycutt and Richard Spong clocked 1:32.1 in winning the 880 relay. Krebs, Floyd Scott, Honeycutt and Hudson posted 44.6 in the 440 relay, and Larry Cycr, Jim Carter, Harold Bryant and PUT IT FARTHER - C of E's John Phillips won shot put with 45-11! 2. He had thrown it 48-18 before. Daryl Randel ran away with the distance medley, clocking 11:02.5. Southwestern, displaying fine strength in the field, took the dis- cus, javelin and pole vault, plus the mile relay, for a total of four firsts, high in the nine team meet. College of Emporia finished a strong third with a total of 72 points as John Phillips won the shot and the quartet of Ned 0'- Mara, Manly Tubbs, Royce McClanahan and Phillips were winners in the sprint medley. Two meet records were registered in the denominational record books, as A. G. Boley, of Southwestern, heaved the javelin 224 feet 5 l / 2 inches, and Jim Dick, of Baker, sailed 23 feet 5'/2 inches in the broad jump. Shot Put — 1. John Phillips. C. of E.; 2. Johnson, Ottawa; 3. Hower, Southwestern; 4. Miller, Ottawa; 5. Frye, Baker; 0. Robinson, Southwestern. 45 feet, ll'/a inches. High Jump — 1. Bob Pankratz, Bethell; 2. Hay, Friends; 3. Kinder, Ottawa; 4. Honeycutt, Ottawa; 5. Tie, Oow- ens of Ottawa, and Robertson of Kansas Wesleyan. 8 feet, l'/a Inches. Javelin — 1. A. G. Boley, Southwestern; 2. Bogle, Friends; 3. Browne, C. of E.; 4. Switzer, C. of E.: 5. Miller. C. of E.; 6. Oraber, Bethel. 224 feet. 5V. inches. (New record. Previous record, 218 feet, Boley, 19621. 1'!(l-Yard High Hurdles — 1. Dennis Delay. Baker; 2. Tubbs, C. of E.: 3. Buxt'on, Friends; 4. Maack, Southwestern; 4. Miller. C. of E.; 6. Gabrickton, Baker. 15.2 seconds. 440-Yard ReUy — 1. Ottawa (Jon Krebbs, Floyd Scott, Andrew Honeycult, Stan Hudson)! 2. Baker; 3. Wesleyan; 4. Friends; 5. C. of E.; 6. Southwestern, 44.6 seconds. Sprint Medley — 1. C. of E. (Ned O'Mara, John Phillips, Manlcy Tubbs, Royce McClanahan); 3. Southwestern; 3. Ottawa; 4. Friends; 6. Kansas Wesleyan; 6. Baker. 3:38.3. Discuss — 1. Phil Hoover, Southwestern; 2. Browne, c. of E.; 3. Koehn, McPherson; 4. Frye, Baker; S. Sears, Baker; 6. Mengarelll, Bethel. 158 feet. Pole Vault — 1. Ken Sargent, Southwestern; 2. Huffman, McPherson; 3. Howland, C. of E.; 4. Coppoc, Ottawa; 6. Boley, Southwestern; 6. Ratzlaff, Friends. 13 feet. Broad Jump — 1. Jim Dick, Baker; 2. Smart, Ottawa; 3. Sargent, Southwestern; 4. Tubbs, C. of E.; B. Scott, Ottawa; 6. Gowens, Ottawa. 23 feet, SVj inches. (New record). 100-Yard Dash — 1. Rodney Browne, Kansas Wesleyan; 2. Akins, Southwestern; 3. Krebbs, Ottawa; 4. McGee Baker; 5. Hudson, Ottawa; 6. Honeycutt, Ottawa. 10.2 seconds. H80-Yard Relay — 1. Ottaw* (Jon Krebbs, Richard Spong, Andrew Honeycutt, Stan Hudson); 2. C. of E.; 3. Southwestern; 4. Kansas Wesleyan; 5. Baker; 6. Tabor. 1:32.1. Medley Relay — 1. Ottawa (Larry Cyr, Jim Carter, Carol Bryant, Darrell Randall); 2. Southwestern; 3. McPher- con; 4. Bethel; 5. Friends; 6. Baker. 11:02.5. Mile Relay — 1. Southwestern (Don Gregg, Dennis Maack, Don Bromine, R Vale); 2. Ottawa; 3. Tabor; 4. Friends; 5. C. of E.; 6. Kansas Wesleyan. 3:29.7. ADDITIONAL SPORTS ON PAGE SIX 60 Teams In B owling Tourney Sixty teams will compete in the 1963 Ottawa Men's Bowling Tournament to run Monday through Friday nights, April 22-26, at the Royal T Lanes. Singles and doubles, with 193 bowlers entered, will be at the Ottawa Bowl Lanes on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April 2628, and on Saturday and Sunday, May 4-5. Here's the team schedule: Monday, 9 — McCracken Electric, First National Bank, Mobile Home Service, Helen & Bills Cafe, Cyclone Golfers Beat Paola Ottawa High School golfers defeated Paola High in a match yesterday, 387 to 403. Medalist for Ottawa was Jim Colby who shot a 91 for the 18 lioles. Other Ottawa scores: Steve Roush, 102; John Evans, 102, and Tom Parks, 92. Paola scores: Hestes, 101; Foote, 106; Ellis, 97, and Miller, 99. Ottawa's next match will be with Argentine High School next Monday at Ottawa Country Club. Hubbard Lumber and IOOF No. 24. Tuesday, 6:30 — Ottawa Savings & loan; LL&B Oil, Beets Motors, Bundy Insurance, Self Service Sh'oes, Hensiek Grocery, Trouts South Paws, Maracaibo Oil and Foremost Dairy. Tuesday, 9 — Bennett Creamery No. 1, Ottawa Times, Wilson's Cleaners, Presto Foods, Peoples National Bank, Crites Body Shop and Kersley Cow Boys. Wednesday, 6:30 — Bob's Cloth* * * es, Sunrise Dairy, Bienies Garage, Bennetts Creamery No. 2, Ottawa Bus Service and Western Auto. Wednesday 9 — K of C No. 1, Robertson Motors, Hanks Sinclir, Colby's, K of C No. 3, K of C No. 2, Princeton Merchants, Fredeen Shoes, Todds Mobile Homes and Texaco Service. Thursday, 6:30 — Cheney Markets, Brown Hardware, Petersen Masonary, Blue Moon, Litwins, Pepsi Cola (Royal T), Dutch Boy Paints, Briscoe Drug (Royal T), * * * 101-Game Winner SPTS — ROUND - FIRST 1-24 The Lee's Cafe team became an 101-game winner last night, the first in the history of bowling at the Ottawa Bowl Lanes. And there's still two weeks left in the season. A 3-1 victory over Royal T Lanes in the Dynamic League gave the cafe five the new mark. Bill Wenthe with 589 and Dave Heckman with 557 led Lee's to a 2686 series. Bill's series was high in two men's leagues, but 0. Mclnlire claimed line honors with a 220 in his 540 series for Harry Smith Auto Supply which beat Heathman Oil, 3-1, in the Nighthawk i League at the Ottawa Bowl. Record-Breakers In 2-County Relays -,:; Some of Kansas' outstanding ; small high school track men will be running, jumping and throw ing on Ottawa University's Cook | Field Tuesday, April 23. And adding to the interest for local fans is the fact they're Ot ;• tawa's neighbor-lads. The occasion is the Fourth Annual Franklin • Osage Relays, an all - day outing to open at 9:30 •.{ a.m. t Twelve high schools have entered the 2-county relays, and among the more than 100 athletes will be several who've smashed records this spring in such highly - competitive games as the Ottawa, Emporia and lola Relays. The defending co - champions, Pomona and Overbrook, will be back. Others, in the order in which they finished last year, are Melvern, Burlingame, Carbondale, Olivet, Lane, Princeton, ; Scrahton, Wellsville, Quenemo and Williamsburg. ! Lyndon, sixth-place finisher last [ year, is sitting this one out. Osage i City was invited but couldn't work ! it in. i Points will be awarded as follows: 10 for first, 8 for sec, ond, 6 for third, 4 for fifth, 2 I 1 for sixth, and 1 for seventh. There's hardly a school in the ',' field without a star, and there may be records falling like April showers are supposed to fall. ? Running down the list of some ii] of the events, you can look for < these proved competitors: t Higlrtoirdles - Melvern's Way- I ne Cranwell posted 16.1 in win- I ning this event in the recent Em- 1 poria Relays. The Franklin-Osage ' record is 16.6 Cranwell also is a safe bet in the low hurdles. He and Burlingame's Denny tied for .,; first in the event last year, set1: ting a new record of 21.2. Wayne RELAYS BOSS — Pomona High Head Coach Carlin Nalley is manager of Franklin-Osagc Relays, scheduled Tuesday at Ottawa University. (Herald Photo) 2 THE OTTAWA HERALD .Saturday, April 20, 1963 beat the mark at this year's Emporia Relays, placing second with 20.8. Mile run — Fred Buckley, trim racer from Williamsburg, captured first in the lola Relays this week with <J-4(i.O. The Franklin- Osage record in 4:45.7. Noteworthy is the (act that Fred has trimmed a little over four seconds from the time that gave him fourth place in this year's Ottawa Relays. 440-yard dash — David Rukes, a tall slim lad from Princeton, is recognized as one of the best 440-yard men in the county. The record is 53.2. Rukes also is the man to watch in the 220-yard dash. His time this year is 22.7; the record, 23.4. 880-yard run — Carbondale's Curtis Grindal, who won the event last year in 2:08.9, will be back, sporting a 2: (JO.7 low time for this season. Thai's below the 880 record of 2:07.ii. Medley Relay — The Scranton boys won it last year in 4:04.4, and they ran it in 3:58 this year at Emporia. Mile Relay — The Williamsburg foursome of Carol Mallory, Phil Piersol. James Sowers and Cliff Goodwill, ran it in 3:45.8 to win first at lola the other day. The record is 3:50.1. For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobile See Dean Berlin, Agent 109 E Second Phono CH 2-2804 Pole Vault — Pomona's Roger Shoemaker set new marks in both the Ottawa and lola Relays this Broad Jump — Lane's Mike Kuder has shattered the record he set last year, 19 feet, 5 inches, on several occasions this spring. He was second at Emporia with 21-2; first at lola with a record 19-8'/6 and second at Ottawa. Javelin — Burlingame's Bob Masters won it last year and set the record of 169 feet, 6 l /2 inches. He's so accustomed to winning first this year, at Ottawa with 176-1, and at Emporia with 1759%, it will be hard to break him off the habit. Particularly since he has reportedly hit 190 in practice. High Jump — When you mention Joe Hoover, you usually put little in front of the Joe. But there's nothing short about this Quenemo lad's high jumping. He won first at Ottawa with a 6-foot, 2-inch leap. He and Erie's Stagman tied for first at lola, setting a new mark of 5-8, and he placed second at Emporia, matching the first-place winner's height of 5-10. OU's track coach Bill Boucek will serve as starter. Pomona Coach Carlin Nalley is replays manager. Field events will begin at 9:30 J GILLETTE J ^ Super Power Bar ^ • Tractor Tires • J See Us for J J FAST, EFFICIENT J J TIRE SERVICE J J on All Tractors! J T 110 West 4th St T T Right Down Town T • C*IM * Fire & • * Jdlll S Supply, lac. I • ""^ ; and will be completed by noon. Running events will begin with preliminaries at 10 a.m., with finals to start at 1:15 p.m. A first- place team trophy has been added to the prizes. Women's Golf Pairings Set o Women's golf pairing for Tuesday, April 23, at the Ottawa Country Club are as follows: Goss, Lyman and Kramer; Peters, Shepard and McKelvey; Huckaby, Carey and Malouf; H. Kramer, Burkdoll and Johnson; F. Cramer, Lewis, Cook and S. Cramer; Fredeen, Speer, Roberts and Kelsey; Wdrthinglon, Foulks and Hill; Young and Read; Fletcher, Sheldon and Crawford. Doris Elder was the winner last Tuesday. For reservations or cancellations in next Tuesday's play, call CH 2-4654 or CH 2-3G35 before Monday morning. Sue Wolgast scored the top series in the Friday Night 'Ladies League at the Royal T, posting a 493 for her league-leading Royal T team which dropped three points to Ottawa Bowl. B i 11 i e Leach scored the top line, 190, in her 4GO series for Pence's Food Center, 3-1 winner over Gambles. Ellen Spcer rolled a nice 2-line series, 326, with 178 and 148, in the Ottawa High GAA League this week at the Royal T. Ellen's Twisters team twisted a 2-1 victory from the Unpredictables. The GAA season will end next Wednesday. Team results and individual scores in last night's Ottawa Bowl leagues appear elsewhere on this page. Here are team results and high individual scores in the Royal T leagues. FRIDAY NIGHT LADIES Helen & Bill's -Cafe—J High 10 — L. Meador and H. Wenthe 153 High 30 — H. Wenthe, 433 McFaddcn's Fuiiiting—0 High 10-30 — M. Heckman, 143 387 Willis Cafe—S High 10-30 — C. Droddy, 175-419 Fairmont Dairy— •>. High 10-30 — C. Roller, 157-458 Kramer's DiuBs—I High 10-3U — D. Snell, 162-438 Parim'lef*—0 High 10 — E. Korn, 128 High 30 — V. Castleberry, 331 Ottawa Bowl—I, High 10-30 — B. Adams, 175-479 Royal T—I High 10 — B. Pogue, 188 High 30 — S. Wolgast, 493 Pence's Food Center—,'i High 10-31) — B. Leach, 190-460 GanibK'3—1 High 10 — R. Buyer, 177 High 30 — P. Hollon. 413 GAA JUNIORS I'in Poppers— 'i High 10 — B. Mangum, 128 High 30 — K. Pound, 237 Gutter Bugs—1 Hieh 10-30 — M. Williams, 123-235 Pin Tnppl'-rs—S High 10-30 — K. Kasper, 116-219 Striki's & Spares—0 High 10-30 — S. Mulcahey, 130-229 Twisters—:.' High 10-30 — E. Speer, 178-326 I Unpredictable*}—1 I High 10-30 — K. Splitters—:! High 10-30 Sleepers II High 10-30 — B. Heathman, 125-238 Lane Duffers—;| High 10-30 — G. Davenport, 138-264 Bnpin Bowlers—(I High 10-30 — W. Williams, 101-201 Conrad Painters, Colberns. Thursday, 6:30 — Kitty Clover, Pence Food Center, Edmistons, Pepsi Cola (Ottawa Bowl), Ottawa Bowl and Ottawa Insulation. Friday, 6:30 — Whitacre Painters, Briscoe Drug (Ottawa Bowl), Royal T, Keen Co., Willis Nursery and Lee's Cafe. Friday, 6:30 — Whites Furniture, Harry Smith Auto Supply, Reno's, Inc., Heathman Oil, Russ & Pats and Blakesley's Service, year, going up 12 feet, two and three-eights inches at Ottawa and 12-2^ at Ipla. He placed second 12-2'/4. The record is Roger's own 11-1 set last year. Ziegler, 140-257 D. Waymire, 158-250 OTTAWA BOWL 418Vi N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 NIGHTHAWK lli'ilthman Oil—1 C. KOlm 147 D. Toumberlin 162 E. Ferguson 153 F. Heathman Hurry Smith Auto Supply N. White 125 D. Mclntire 13B C. Brandon 137 B. Bond 162 F. Simmons 168 Whiles Furniture—1 R. Bettge 155 B. White 131 E. Lourance 180 H. Thrasher 157 C. Dodd 137 Iti'iio, Inc.—I) J. Clark 124 J. Willhlte Ill R. Cannady lid H. Lluneman 151 M. Ball 168 Russ & Pats—1 B. Dixon 207 D. Rlche&on 1UO P. O'Ncil 135 W. Jones . 217 D. Heckmun 151 Montgomery Ward—II K. Hollon ... 138 G. Jones 115 K. Redifer 88 0. Burress 169 144 127 123 143 —:t 172 220 155 145 163 155 204 145 172 147 175 ll!8 125 148 171 134 150 97 147 177 166 119 128 167 170 157 141 134 185 181 159 170 163 155 112 193 158 186 125 152 15ti 132 149 159 135 114 15U 172 140 132 142 178 DYNAMIC Royal T—1 461 ; Wichman 149 125 446 i L. Bien 148 177 417 i T. Marks 151 123 277 1 M. Thompson 164 148 T. V. Leiden 169 19'<l 48? Lee's Cafe—:i 540 M. Rirckhead 124 137 451 ; D. Richoson 174 160 •183 i W. J ones 128 142 494 i B. Wi-nllie 20(i 176 |D. Heckman 178 209 465 ; Willis Nursery—1 447 J. Love .... 113 98 518 ' G. Miller 115 138 487 ! F. Sherman 126 108 407, P. Durbin 116 107 JH. Domnn 167 169 424 I W. W. WhiUcrc—I! 431 i B. Messenger 123 154 397 B. West 151 181 491 B. Bond 157 168 488IJ. Jaster 125 190 ! KITH Co.— ;t 498 |F. Kmib 179 130 445 j E. Calkins 135 169 346 ' F. Wise 137 162 504 ; W. Lewis 137 141 500 ! C. Jackson 208 148 Briseon Urug—1 444 368 i ! J. Bass 117 154 G. Suffron 107 164 338 |K. Suffron 143 121 514 ' G. Bond 96 112 190 464 221 546 95 369 147 459 193 552 217 478 196 530 162 432 207 589 172 557 102 313 137 390 126 360 134 357 164 500 142 426 151 483 163 488 183 488 144 453 160 464 163 462 210 488 108 464 140 411 112 373 144 408 122 33'0 Kill Contract With Athletics KANSAS CITY (AP) - City councilmen have unanimously rescinded a contract that gave the Kansas City Athletics use of Municipal Stadium for $1 a year for two years. "This contract is so illegal it stinks," said Councilman Sal Capra as the action was taken Friday. The contract was signed April 10 as a last-minute action of the former city council that was voted out of office. McFadden Electric Electrical Contracting General Repair Phone CH 2-2971 HOW HIGH HE JUMPED— Bethel's Bob Pankratz, is a bit shorter than the 6-Wi mark with which he won high jump. College Scores By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Baseball Missouri 21, Colorado 7 Kansas fi-12, Kansas State 2-2 Oklahoma 9-2, Nebraska 2-0 Oklahoma State 4-17, Iowa State 3-1 Emporia State 73, St. Benej diets 4-2 Washington of St. Louis 3, Western Illinois 2 Quincy 5, Arkansas State 1 Track Juco Track Inla 63 1-6, Independence 38 1-3, Haskell 37, Chanute 32 1 /i Tennis Bethany 5, Fort Hays State 2 Golf Oklahoma 307. Kansas 318, Kansas State 330, Nebraska 341 Fort Hays State 14y 2 , Kearney (Neb.) fiVi St. Benedicts 13, Maryville State i Western Illinois 18, Kirksville State 6 Centenary 10, Arkansas 6 Curved AUTO Glass Popular Makes in Stock SUFFRON Glass Co. 418 N. Main Phone CB 2-2515 QUICK AS A CAT Strong as a tiger! No 3-plow tractor outworks this MF 35 diesel with Multi-Power and Ferguson System! 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