The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 23, 1963 · Page 2
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Ottawa, Kansas
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Tuesday, April 23, 1963
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, April 23, 196S TOP BOWLERS for their respective teams in kickoff last night of Ottawa Men's Bowling Association Tournament are (seated, from left) Howard Doman, 556; 0. L. Breckenridge, 531; Gene Domnanish, 525, and Chuck Foster, 452; (standing, from left) Lylc Cordle, 550 and Ray Bettge, 596, all scratch series. (Herald Photo) Bowling Roundup Probably Didn't Sew Up Pin Title On First Night There were some high points, such as Ray Betlge's 596 scratch series,. but the six teams rolling in last night's kickoff of the Ottawa Men's Bowling Association Tournament didn't exactly scare away the teams to bowl later. McCracken Electric, led by Bettge, scored a 2563 scratch series and took the lead with a 2951 handicap series in the tenm "B" Trackmen Defeat Olathe . Sign AsGiaiit Cqach By JACK HAND Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)-In the violent world of the New York football Giants, the letters Y.A. mean only one tiling— Y.A. Tittle, the old (36) bald eagle who throws the passes. "There is no question about Y.A.." Allie Sherman was saying Monday after accepting a new five-year contract at a reported 137,000 per to coach the Giants. "Y.A; is like a good car. It isn't even broken in until you get 50,000 iniles on the speedometer. It took Charlie Conerly a few years. Y.A. is approaching the eligibility period. You might see something from this kid." Sherman is the 40-year-old Brooklyn College boy who succeeded -Jim Lee Howell in 1961 and won two straight "Coach of the Year" awards as well as two Eastern Conference titles in two years , in the National Football League. "We! are as firm as can be at quarterback," Sherman added. "Ralph Guglielimi gives us a replacement for Y.A. And we have a new boy, Glynn Griffing, from Mississippi. I truly believe he has talent as a quarterback. It is just a matter of how long it takes In break in. He also was recommended to us as a fine defensive player. Griffing is going to play a lot of football for us while he is learning to get set at quarterback." Griffing obviously is the mast. important new man on the Giant club that will be reporting fo Sherman at Fairficld, Conn., in mid-July. However, another important rookie is Louis Guy, a flanker back at Mississippi who was Griffing's favorite target. GILLETTE J ^ Super Power Bar ^ • Tractor Tires • See Us for { FAST. EFFICIENT * TIRE SERVICE * J on All Tractors! ^ T 110 West 4th St. T T Right Down Town J •Casts f fve * • ^^am 9 Supply, inv. A T CH 2-4436 w The Ottawa High School "B" trackmen defeated the Olathe High School "B" squad 68 to 64 at Olathe yesterday. The Oltawans won eight events as followes: Shot Put — Bill Ferguson. 39 feet 1 inch. Low Hurdles — Don Wieneke. 15.7 seconds. Medley Relay — Jim Williams Larry Maloney Greg Gilroy and Don Wieneke. 4:24. Pole Vault — Don Wieneke. 9 feet 6 inches. Mile Run — Curtis Langdon. 5:12. Discus — Mike Shepherd. 107 feet 4 inches. Mile Relay — Tom Hickman Roger Buck, David Spears and Mike Shepherd. 4:03. 880-Yard Relay — Mike Shepherd, Tom Hickman, Greg Gilroy and David Spears. 1:44. Don Wieneke was the highpoint man with 11 points for liis performances in winning the low hurdles, pole vault and sharing the honors in the medley relay. Don is a promising sophomore. Tuesday, April 25, the Ottawa Senior High trackmen will go to Ft. Scott to participate in the relays. On the same day the junior high trackmen will participate in a 9th grade meet at Rosedale. event being rolled this week at the Royal T Lanes. Trailing (teams listed with handicap series) are First National Bank with 2865, Hubbard Lumber with 2840, Helen & Bill's Cafe with 2832, IOOF No. 24 with 2785 and Todcl's Mobile Home Service with 2781. Ten teams will be in action at 6:30 tonight and seven teams at 9. Six teams will roll at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday and 10 at C. Bettge had good support from four teammates last night: J. Taylor with 514, F. Ferguson with 515 and C. McDaniles with 521. First National scored a 2509 scratch series as three mem hit over 500: Gene Domnanish with 525, G. Page Page with 524 and R. Shisler with 506. Lyle Cordle scored a 550 scratch to lead Hubbard Lumber. R. Davis added a 543. Howard Doman led Helen & Bill's to a 2559 .scratch with a 556. "Red" Scliultz contributed 523 and Dave Heckman 540. Heckman, by the way, scored a 624 series with a 245 line in team competition at the state tournament at Lawrence Sunday. 0. L. Breckenridge led the Odd Fellows last night with 531. To roll tonight at 6:30 arc Ottawa Savings & Loan, LL&B Oil- ers, Al Beets "Ramblers," leaders in the Tuesday ni^ht league at the Royal f, Bundy Insurance, Self-Service Shoes, llcn- siek Grocery, Trout's Southpaws Maracaibo Oil and Foremost Dairy. On the alleys at 9 will be Bennett Creamery No. 1, Ottawa Times, Wilson's Cleaners, Presto Foods, Peoples National Bank Crites Body Shop and Kersley's Cowboys. Singles and doubles will be rolled at the Ottawa Bowl on weekends after the team event is concluded. 20th Century Arc Welders AS LOW AS 99 50 NO MONEY DOWN Free delivery plus on the spot instruction by factory specialists. Order now! FREE DEMONSTRATION Give us your name. A factory representative will call NAME ADDRESS Offer not good in Western Colorado 1/8" GENERAL PURPOSE WELDING RODS For all types welding. Low spatter. 50 Ib. box. . 38-9689 Per Lb. U.S. Swim Squad Strong In Pan Am By JERRY LISA Associated Press Sports Writer SAO PAULO, Brazil (AP)-Uncle Sam's youth-voltaged swimming squad, owning five new meet marks just in warming up, gets down to championship cases in the fourth Pan American Games The swimming program, offering the first four finals of the 17- event racing competition, features the fourth day's session of the 16- day Western Hemisphere version of the Olympic Games. Monday's activity in this sun- drenched metropolis produced three more gold medal winners, three new meet swimming records for the U.S. team and a surprise defeat of America's No. 2 tennis player, Frank Froehling. The U.S. girls basketball team, topped by Joan Crawford's 14 points, won an opener over Chile 72-44. The day brought approval of Winnipeg. Canada, by the Pan American Sports Organization as the site of the fifth Pan Am games in 1967. Monday's three gold medal winners included U.S. lightweight weightlifter Anthony Garcy, York, Pa., Argentine fencer Guillermo Saucedo in men's individual foils, and Venezuelan Enrico Porecella in carbine prone shooting. Carl Robie, 17, Philadelphia fluttered to a record smashing 2:14.5 heat victory in the 200-meter mens butterfly. Don Schollander, also 17 from Santa Clara, Calif., whipped through his 400-meter free style heat in a record 4:29.4. Terri Lee Stickles, 16, U.S. national sprint champion from Santa Clara, boiled through her 100- rneter free style heat in 1:03.3 for another meet record. In tennis, the United States had only Allen Fox, Los Angeles, left in the men's singles after Froehling was trimmed easily in his first match by Juan Arreondo, Mexico, in straight sets, 6-4, 8-6, 6-2. A's Only Half Game Out Of First By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Kansas City Athletics put on a finishing kick in Detroit last night that almost booted them back into first place in the American league. The A's spotted the Tigers five runs in the first inning and then struck back for a 6-5 victory. They're one-half game out of first. Ed diaries won il in the ninth with a two-out single that scored Wayne Causey, who had collected his fourth hit and moved up on Gino Cimoli's safety. Cimoli tripled home the first Kansas City run and scored on a force out. Causey added two more with a triple. Jerry Lumpe's single in the eighth drove in the tying run. Three A's relief pitchers held Detroit scoreless after Norm Bass failed to last the first inning. Bill Fisher got the victory. YOUNG GOLF WINNERS - These five Ottawa High School golfers are shown lined up just before meeting five golfers from Argentine at the Ottawa Country Club yesterday. Ottawa won, 176- Cyclone Golfers Beat Argentine Ottawa High's golf players beat their guests from Argentine, 176-236, yesterday at the Ottawa Country Club. Individual scores for Ottawa were Jim Colby, 40; Steve Roush, 45; Gary Duffield, 45, and Tom Parks, 46. Argentine players' scores were Warren McCamish, 48; Steve Hammer, 43; Wes Channell, 59, and Rex Sliger 86. Ottawa's John Evans beat Argentine's Jerry Haas 52-58 in a game with only the two golfers. 236. Pictured are (from left) Jim Colby, Steve Roush, John Evans, Tom Parks and Gary Duffield. (Herald Photo) Kan sans Keep Doubles Lead MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - Pat Kirkpatrick and Louise Deidiker of Parsons, Kan., held their lead Monday in the doubles of Division 2 of the Woman's International Bowling Congress tournament. The Parsons pair had 1.016, one pin ahead of Ruth Longere and Dorothea Jeffries, Indianapolis, in second place. Janet Aldridge, Joplin, Mo. held second place in the Division 2 singles. She had a 549, 37 pins behind the leader, Vivian Stout, Nashville. Flora Mitchell and Marjorie Buff of Springfield, Mo., and in fifth place in the Division 1 doubles. They had 1,125, 36 pins off first place held by Joyce Fischer and Marty Roberts of Grand Rapids, Mich. Lambert Will Coach Gorillas PI1TSBURG, Kan. (AP)-Paul Lambert, 28, will succeed veteran John Lance as head basketball coach at Pittsburg State College. Lambert, a 1956 graduate from William Jewell College in Missouri, has been freshman coach at Drake University the last three years. He played basketball, football and baseball at Jewell. Before going to Drake he coached at high schools in Moberly, Mo., and Boone, Iowa. Lance, 65, will retire at the end of the summer session after 41 years of coaching. His teams won 601 games and lost 331. 8th Graders Win; 9th Grade Second Ottawa Junior High won the Southwest Kansas League Invitational track meet in eighth grade competition at Chanute, and the ninth grade athletes came in second in their class with 56 points, just 20 behind Coffeyville with 76. Here is Ottawa's eighth grade winners and placings: 100-yard dash: Gates, first place, 11.2. High Jump: Madison Stein, first place, five feet, 8 inches. Broad Jump: Madison Stein, first place, 16 feet, nine inches. 440-Relay: Ottawa, first place, 52.3. 880-Relay, Ottawa, first place, 1:49.2. Shot put: Dean Barr, third place. 220-yard dash: Jim Williams, second place. Pole vault: Anderson, fourth place. Score: Ottawa, 56>/£; Chanute, 45, Independence, SO 1 /^; Parsons 16; Fort Scott, lOVa, and Coffeyville 8'/ 2 . Ninth grade placings: Shot Put: Ronnie Lloyd, first place, 48 feet, 10 and one-half inches. Low Hurdles, Dennis Cook, first place, 13.5. Pole Vault: Ronnie Boyer, first place, 10 feet, 10 inches. Discus: Ronnie Lloyd, first place, 131 feet, seven inches. 100-yard dash: Bob Gage, second place. 880-yard run: Nicholson, second place. Medley Relay: Ottawa, fifth place. Broad Jump: Boyer, fifth place. 440-yard clash: Dietrich, third place. 880-Relay: Ottawa, second place. Score: Coffeyville, 76; Ottawa, 56; Fort Scott, 31; Independence, 27; Chanute, 20, and Parsons 17. New PD Chief At Fort Scott FORT SCOTT, Kan. (AP)- Dwayner F. Simpson, 32, is Fort Scott's new chief of police. Simpson was a Kansas highway patrolman 6Va years and later was on the Emporia police force. He succeeds Claude Emrick, chief for 7Vu years. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. Patterson, Liston Fight Set June 27 NEW YORK (AP) - The off- and-on rematch between Sonny Liston and Floyd Patterson for the heavyweight title is on again today, in Las Vegas June 27. Liston's advisor, Jack Nilon, has agreed to the date and site "with reluctance," he said at his home in Chester, Pa. "That's right, the title fight is going to be in Las Vegas June 27," a Liston sparring partner, Fondea Cox, said in Denver. Liston, also in Denver, was not available for comment. Nilon didn't spell out the reluctance, but the chances wert that he wanted the fight held in Baltimore, where he is the leading concessions man. However, under the contract for the first fight in which Liston took the title on a one-round knockout, Patterson has the right to pick the date and site of the rematch. EVERYTHING IN FLAT GLASS WINDOWS MIRRORS FURNITURE and DESK TOPS SUFFRON Glass Co. 418 N. Main Ph. CH 2-2515 GROGAN'S STANDARD SERVICE Jim Grogan — Your Standard Service Man 402 S. 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