The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 27, 1963 · Page 2
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Saturday, April 27, 1963 Southpaws Grab City Bowling Title Singles, Doubles PJav Starts No one was sure of it at the time, but Trout Jewelry's Southpaws were team champions of the Ottawa Men's Bowling Association Tournament when they rolled their 3131 handicap scries Tuesday night. There were some grand performances in last night's closing session of the learn event, rolled this year at the Royal T Lanes. Such as Clarence Dotld's 653 scratch scries, best individual howing of the team tournament. But there were no changes in the top echelon. Of more significance now is the results of the first round on singles and doubles, bowled last night at the Ottawa Bowl Lanes. The Pomona High coaching staff of Carlin Nally and John Kimbrel gave everybody something to shoot at in the doubles, a 1322 handicap series. Carlin rolled a 539 scratch and John 593 to post this high obstacle in doubles. Their closest challenger last night was the duet of Leffer and Howe with 1199. On the singles side, Larry Hensiek set a sharp pace with his 654 handicap series. Larry, blessed with a nice handicap, made it with a 479 scratch. In second place at the moment is E. Howe with 624 handicap. Only seven doubles teams, 14 bowlers, opened the singles-doubles phase last night. Other bowlers get into the act TEAM SPARKS — Leading their teams on closing night of men's bowling tournament were (from left) Al Baldwin, 454; Bob West, 481; Tony VanLeiden, 562; Bill Wenthe, 530; Wayne Lewis, 535, and Ralph Crawford, 456. tonight at 6 and 9:15 and again tomorrow at noon, 315 and 6:30. Singles and doubles play will continue at the Ottawa Bowl Saturday and Sunday, May 4 and 5. Back to the team event: Dwld. top scratch man of the team event, opened last night with a 206. Then he politely rolled a 266 and closed with an 181. He was rolling for White's Furniture which is out of the money in the team event with 2850. Another good individual performer last night was Tony Van Leiden wth 562 for Royal T whose 2777 handicap didn't placet nthe money. Members of the winning Trout's team are Wesley Trout, E. Calkins, E. Mendell, S. Smith and Wayne Lewis. Lewis led the Southpaws to a 2645 scratch and 3131 handicap with a 605 scratch. Helping were Trout with 503, Calkins with 539, Mendell with 511 and Smith with 487. Wednesday night visitors to Ottawa, the Princeton Merchants, placed second in the team event with 3025. Members are Charles McAnarney, Melvin Stockard, Joe McAuliffe, Gene Mohr and Bob Knight. Here are team and scores that placed in the money: Trout's 3131; Princeton, 3025; Ottawa Bowl, 3016; Knights of Columbus No. 2, 3012; Bienie's Garage, 2992; Litwin's 2970; Colby's 2969; McCracken Electric and Crites Body Shop, 2951; Hensiek Grocery, 2934; Foremost and Brown's Hardware, 2920; LL&B Oilers, 2919; Ottawa Times, 2900; Briscoe Drugs, 2898; Reno's Inc., 2889; Edmiston's, 2886; Al Beets, 2885; Ottawa Savings & Loan, 2883; Cheney's, 2876; Colbern's 2875, and First National Bank, 2865. Here are the rankings in singles and doubles after the first session: Doubles — Nalley and Kimbrel, 1322; LeFler and Howe, 1199; D. Cordle and C. Cordle, 1179; Downing and Bailey, 1135, and Breckenridge and Turner, 1109. Singles — Hensiek, 654; Howe, 624; Breckenridge, 617; Letter, 610, and J. Peterson, 606. ' ^ v" 1 - C •, v •'•> f ' "-"Ifr *"•• s ' 'j. CLARENCE SHOWS THE»f HOW - Clarence Dodd (right) rolled the best scratch series in week-long team session of men's bowling tournament, a 653. Other good performers in closing team ETJ i H? n wereuthe f te * m leaders: (scatcrt) J - W**, left, 1536, and Billy Bond, 530; (standing, from left) Dave Heckman, 520 and M. Ball, 535. Half Way Home On Ticket Sales KANSAS CITY (AP)-Boosters have sold 10,028 season tickets in the campaign to move the Dallas Texans of the American Football League to Kansas City. The goal is 25,000. The drive will end May 15. Ray Evans, campaign chairman, said Friday he believes more than 12,000 will be sold at the halfway mark—next Wednseday. "We are entering the final phase of this drive, and I think we can do it if we all make sure everyone has a chance to buy," Evans said. H. Roe Bartle, former mayor, said 49 boys at an orphanage in Mooseheart, 111., had each given a dollar and sent the money to him to buy a ticket for a deserving high school athlete. A's Split Twin Ball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Sloppy fielding, tight pitching and base stealing were the features of baseball games played by the Kansas City Athletics Friday. Eight errors marred a 13-inning marathon at Washington which the A's won 12-10 on George Aiusik's two-run single. Each club made four bobbles in the contest, the first game of a twi - night douhleheader. The game lasted 4 hours 15 minutes. Bill Fischer was the winning pitcher, picking up his third victory without a loss in relief. Tom Cheney, who hasn't allowed an earned run in 27 innings, shut out tiie Athletics 6-0 on three Laff-A-Day "All I remember is parking it" hits in the second half of the twin bill at Washington, striking out 12 basemen in the process. A double by losing pitcher Ted Bowsfield in the sixth inning was the first hit off Cheney, who issued only one walk. The other hits were a double by Chuck Essegian in the eighth and a bad-hop single by Jose Tartabull in the ninth. The shutout was Cheney's second and his third consecutive victory without a loss. Bowsfield is 1-3. School Objects To Probation OMAHA (AP)-"Isn't that the nuts," said Dr. Milo Bail, president of the University of Omaha, when informed his school had been placed on indefinite probation by the National Collegiate Athletic Association. Omaha was penalized for having played in a non-NCAA approved football game last fall. The game was the All - Sports Bowl at Oklahoma City. "We can sponsor the NCAA college baseball world series but we are out on our ear in NCAA competition," said Dr. Bail. Omaha took over sponsorship of the series last June. The University of Nebraska previously was the sponsor during the years the series was held in Omaha. Omaha is both a member of the NCAA, competing in baseball, and the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for other sports. Dr. Bail said he understood Omaha would be given until Oct. 1 to get in or get out of the NCAA. Omaha coaches favor ' staying with the NAIA. The Herald pays |5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a readflt. Ottawa Net Team A Winner The Ottawa Cyclone netmen ended the 1963 tennis season in a sizzling fashion with a 7-1 rout of the Olathe Eagles yesterday afternoon on the Forrest Park courts. Amid frequent outburst of rain, the Reds nailed the Eagles to even the season's record at four wins and four losses. Earlier in the season, the Cyclones tied with Olathe on the Eagles courts as a result of darkness but played off the tie before their regularly scheduled match yesterday. The Eagles doubles team of Rick Newkirk and Dave Langdon edged Jan Jefferis and Jack Thompson to give the Olath- eans a 5-4 victory over Ottawa. In the following match, Eddie Davidson returned to form by gaining revenge for an earlier defeat in his 6-1, 10-8 win over Tom Peters. Loren Shofner, Jack Thompson, Jan Jefferis and Jim Graham completed the singles domination while Daniel Bettens managed the only Eagle win. The Cyclones closed out the '63 season with the best record in the past six years as they out- pointed Washburn Rural, 5-4, Osawatomie 7-2, Olathe 7-1, and Turner 7-0. Emporia dropped the Reds 5-4, Osawatomie 6-3, Olathe 5-4, and Lawrence 5-2 for the four losses during the year. Jack Thompson, 4th man, and Jim Graham, 5th man, led the Reds with 6-2 singles marks while Eddie Davidson, Loren Shofner, and Jan Jefferis ended the year with 5-3 records. Doug Schultz, the 6th man and the only first year man on the varsity, closed out the year with a 2-4 singles total. Here are the results, Ottawa players first: \ SINGLES Eddie Davidson defeated Tom Peters 6-1, 10-8. Loren Shofner defeated Dave Langdon 3-6, 6-1, 6-3. Jack Thompson defeated Rick Newkirk 6-4, 6-3. Jan Jefferis defeated Bill Marshall 8-6, 7-9, 2-0. Jim Graham defeated Clayton Smith 6-0, 6-2. Daniel Bettens defeated Doug Schultz 6-0, 6-2. Doug Schultz lost to Daniel Bettens 6-0, 6-3. DOUBLES Davidson-Shofner defeated Langdon-Newkirk 8-2 (Pro set) Schultz-Graham defeated Smith- Bettens 8-6 (Pro set). OU Fourth At \\ infield Ottawa University trackmen placed fourth in the Southwestern College Relays at WinfieH last night. It was the third annual running of the event. Southwestern was the winner with 107 points. Oklahoma Christian finished second with 98, Wichita University freshmen were third with 57 and Ottawa fourth with 48. Other teams finished in this or der: Northwestern Oklahoma fifth with 31, Bethany College sixth with 22&, College of Emporia seventh with 221/4, Bethel College eighth with 21, Kansas Wesleyan ninth with 20, Friends University tenth with l»/ 4 , Baker University eleventh with 16, and Winfield St. John twelfth with 3. Coach Bill Boucek of Ottawa University said he feels his 17 men participating in the meet did very well against the competition offered by Southwestern, Oklahoma Christian and the Wichita University freshmen. Kart Races At Garnett Competitors from Ottawa will compete Sunday in Go-Kart races at Garnett. The races will begin at 2 p.m. on the North Lake site where the Garnett Sports Car Grand Prix is held annually. Two classes, A for single engine and B for dual engine, are planned. A gate prize will be awarded. Scoreboard American League W. L. Pet. G.B. Chicago 7 4 .636 — Baltimore ...... 9 6 .600 — Kansas City ... 10 7 .588 — New York « 5 .545 1 Boston ....... 6 6 .500 l Los Angeles .... 8 8 .500 1 Cleveland ...... 5 6 .455 2 Detroit 7 9 .438 2 Minnesota 7 9 .438 2 Washington .... 5 10 .333 4 Friday's Results Kansas City 12-0, Washington 10-6 (1st game 13 innings) Minnesota 7, Detroit 5 Los Angeles 4, Baltimore 3 (13 innings) i Only games scheduled Today's Games Los Angeles at Baltimore Chicago at Boston Minnesota at Detroit Kansas City at Washington Cleveland at New York Sunday's Games Minnesota at Detroit Kansas City at Washington Los Angeles at Baltimore Cleveland at New York Chicago at Boston (2) Monday's Games Baltimore at Minnesota Washington at Los Angeles (2— twi-night) New York at Chicago (N) Only games scheduled. For Insurance On dwellings, household goods. buildings and automobile* See Dean Berlin. Agent 109 E Second Phone CH 2-2804 National League W. L. Pet. G.B. St. Louis ,.. .. 11 6 .647 — Pittsburgh . San Francisc .10 7 .588 1 Los Angeles Milwaukee . Philadelphia Chicago .... New York .. Cincinnati .. 9 5 .643 1 i .. 10 8 .556 I'/a ..10 8 .556 l ! /a ... 8 7 .533 2 •-. 7 10 .412 4 ...6 10 .375 4'/a ...5 9 .357 4'/a Houston 6 12 .333 5!/a Friday'* Reralfe Milwaukee 9. San Francisco 2 St. Louis 8, Los Angeles 7 Houston 2, Cincinnati 0 Pittsburgh 5, New York 2 Philadelphia 5, Chicago 2 Today'* Games New York at Pittsburgh Philadelphia at Chicago Milwaukee at San Francisco Cincinnati at Houston (N) St. Louis at Los Angeles (N) Sunday's Games New York at Pittsburgh Philadelphia at Chicago Milwaukee at San Francisco St. Louis at Los Angeles Cincinnati at Houston Monday's Games Los Angeles at New York (N) San Francisco at Philadelphia (N) Houston at Pittsburgh (N) Chicago at Cincinnati (N) Only games scheduled. MeFodden Electric Electrical Contracting General Repair Phone CH 2-2971 L For Fast Results ; READ and USE f HE WANT ADS ^REGULARLY! Sam, The Tire Man TIRE & SUPPLY ii FARMERS Rear Tractor Tires * 5 Year Field Hazard Quarantee SALE ENDS TUESDAY, APRIL 30th Gillette SUPER POWER BAR Here's how it works. . .Buy 1st tire at regular price. Get next tire for only $ 10.00 plus tax and exchange with old tires off your tractor. Sizes I st Tire Next Tire 9x24 $ 64.85 $10.00 10x24 $ 77.30 $10.00 10x36 $107.20 $10.00 10x38 $113.40 $10.00 11x28 $100.95 $10.00 11x38 4 Ply $128.95 $10.00 I 1x38 6 Ply $148.10 $10.00 12x28 $111.45 $10.00 12x38 6 Ply $158.55 $10.00 13x26 6 Ply $139.90 $10.00 13x28 4 Ply $127.60 $10.00 13x38 6 Ply $179.15 $10.00 15.5x38 6 Ply $190.60 $10.00 FREE A Pair of Front Tires to Fit your Tractor Just come in and register anytime in April. Drawing will be Wed., May I. i Hurry! Last offer this year. Sale ends Tuesday, April 30, 1963. SAM'S "Sam, The Tire Man" TIRE & SUPPLY IIOW. 4th Sam Mott - Morris Wilson Ottawa Phone CH 2-4436

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