The Evening Independent from Massillon, Ohio on April 4, 1972 · Page 8
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Massillon, Ohio
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Tuesday, April 4, 1972
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FOURTEEN TUESDAY, APRIL 4.1972 THE EVENING INDEPENDENT, MASSILLON. OHIO BOWLINGS Vincent, Margie Kemper top Monday pin poppers Harold Vincent and Margie Kemper popped the most pins in Monday night bowling action, 'Harold at Amherst and Margie at Lincolnway. Vincent, in the company of Dimitri's Men's league, amassed games of 239 and 206 on the path to a 629 series. Margie outrolled Butch Patterson by on pin with a 567 total. Butch, rolling at Star-Way in the Elum Music clique, had a 566 series with a 237 game. Monday's scores: Amherst Lanes Honor series — Harold Vincent 629-239-206, Steve Stano 617-247-218. High series — Connie Fogle 467, Sue Marinaris 467, Jud> Jenkins 453-209. Jim Inks 575-214, Rudy Kolich 569-215, David Scott 564-217, Du ane Kepler 551-203, Levi Miller 553. High games—Ron Caillet 214 Dick Wilhelrn 207, Don Pfahler 211, Gail Woods 224. » | Country Lanes \ Honor series — Bob Sense I 617-214-226, Harry Myers 605f: 200-215, Ed Moyer 609-224-212. \ High series — Pat Isler 496- r 209, Nancy Bates 453, Charlotte ';• Rider 450, Verna Lutz 483. i Larry Bates 563-207, 597-207*• 200, Paul .Kirby 597-224, Roger Brown 596-221,- Ed Bartko 563, Brice Burdette 560, Bill Shisler .561-210, Jumbo Winkhart 555- Sessor 567-210, Bob Gainey 567, Whitey Eberhardt 564, Gary Leeper 561-218, Ken Gainey 559-244, Ted Parson 556203, Del Phillips 554-202, Bill Eck 552-216, Ernie Hawk 551 200, Perlee Frantz 550. Clete Meyer 580-210, Russ Shelt 577-218, Duane Ruefemele 574-211-211, Harold Dale 573 211-201, Duke Gerber 569-202, Bob Ashbaugh 568-200, Jack Hershberger 565-200, Frank Badillo 565-212-202, Chuck Jenkins 560-228, Joe Wetzel 555218, Ron Wright 555-204, Cliff Watts 551-203, Joe Magasano 550. •212, Tim Sepos 554. High games — Ron Winkhart 200, Ray Shrewsberry 212, Marion Shetler 202, Bill Scott 498-202, Paul Muskoff 202, Phil Thomas 209, John Jogerst 202, Clyde Risher 204, Jack McAdams 210, Ron Sense 201. federal Lanes Honor series — Wil Paisley 627-220-206-201, Bob Notman 615-216-206. High series — Vern Slagle 554-224, Jack Mitchell 595-248, Brice Burdette 594-220, Bunny Moyers 584-214-210, Herman Wesley 583-244, Don Whitman 578-202, Jim Russell 569-215201, Sam Haiduc 553-225. High games — Bernie Thomas 225, Nate Strawder 224, Tom Malinowski 222, Bill Gregg 214, Pete Spuhler 203, Ron Lang 203, Jack Malinowski 202, George McNabb 201, Allen Neago 207, Ron Alaback 200, Dick Green High games — Af Rogers 203, Kenny Myers 204, Ray Quass 200, Tom Robinson 205, Wayne Sampsel 203. Lincolntvay Lanes Honor series — Margie Kem per 567, Janet Kerestes 519 Shirley Martin 520, Betty Jane Bihary 516, Joyce Brown 542205, Thelma Baldwin 511, Dot Smeyres 526. John Youngman 608-200-209. Paul Ickes 604-233-212. High series — JoAnn Zorger 485, Peg DeGordon 480, Cathy Cineinat, Judy Kelly 470s, Helen Williams 466, Helen Amos 463, Joyce McVay 457, lona Rector 453, Lore Craven 485, Phyllis Steed. 476, Fb Mont gomery 475, Judy Reese 483. Patty Martin 450, Irene Paul SENIORS ... (Continued from Page 13) Mrs, John Cindii, to speak. Wilson noted this was done as the night was set aside to honor the Fairless athletes and who could better help honor the deserving young men better than parents? Cross and Ron Kerby shared the Falcon Award, symbolic of Littler not resigning to fact cancer may end his golf career SAN DIEGO (AP) — Gene VfMV .•. WJl^va* 4 * *T Wl* \*| WJAAAWU^i VI. t_ • j»i ' t_ • their "100 per cent all-out ef-'^""' wh ? sl * y "™ '«? fort, etc." Borojevich was cited as the team's best rebounder and received a special trophy for being named to the Associated Press* Northeastern District team and receiving special mention in the AP statewide selection of the 1971-72 Class AA hardwood standouts. Borojevich and Bailey also received special awards for be ing named first-team All-Federal selections, while a similar award went to Cross, who was a second-team choice. Each member of the championship team, coaches and managers received trophies and special brochures significant of the crown. Via was saluted as the Falcons' top '71-72 wrestler in a season in which he became the first Fairless grappler to win a sectional championship. His 12 victories also is a Fairless first. Nichols, a first-year wrestler, received the most improved award. Trophies presented to Via and Nichols were started this season with the help of'the Navarre Kiwanis club. Jerry Shepherd was dted as the most improved player on Fairless' best-ever reserve basketball team. A letter con- 451, Marilyn Studer 456, Marge Buss 454, Karen Wemei 478, Donna Welch 467,, Linda Wink- Inr 454, Betty Grihara 474, Jolly Guth 464. Tom Diss 570-202-213, John Merchant 558-202, Bud F.riek- 553, Ted Currier 554-221, Myron Garvin 583-232, Dave Petty 553. High games — John Eldreth 210, John Kacergis 209, Chuck he had resigned himself to the fact he wasn't going to be the world's greatest golfer, isn't resigning himself to the fact — cancer may have ended his professional playing days. "We're all holding good thoughts," he said on the eve of surgery at Mercy hospital to-to play tournament golf. I'll be day. He has cancer of the lymph glands. * * * LITTLER, 41, said a malig nant tumor was removed from under his left arm March 15 and now doctors want to see if the disease has spread. "It's highly unpredictable," the former winner of the U.S. Open said Monday. "They may not find anything. The test results have been pretty good so ar." Littler's wife, Shirley, said: j "All the signs are good. We're very hopeful, very confident." But, Littler said a question mark hangs over his 18-year career. "There is a good chance it may interfere permanently with my golf, though nobody really knows," he said during an Interview. * * * "NOBODY HAS gone through this operation before, then tried able to play golf again, but the question is, 'Can I play tournament golf?'" he added. Littler, who won the U.S. Open in 1961 and the U. S. Amateur in 1953, is known on the pro tour as a quiet, modeit player who keeps Ms emotions in check and doesn't court the press. He covets his home life and his hobby of tinkering with antique automobiles. "I've resigned myself to the !act I'm. never going to be, the greatest," he said in April GENE LITTLER OH JO'S... (Continued from Page 13) "There is some feeling among the newcomers that they'll be able to help the varsity as substitutes," Smith said. Jack Murphy, who lost 19 seniors from his Toledo team with the nation's longest football streak of 35 victories, disagreed. Walton is 'fool-proof recipient of initial Adolph Rupp Trophy LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) Bill Walton of UCLA will be the first recipient of the Adolph Rupp Trophy for basketball. Walton was chosen Monday in balloting by sportscasters and writers in all 50 states. * * * HE RECEIVED over four times the number of votes received by second-place Dwight Lamar of Southwestern Louisiana. The award will be presented at a banquet Wednesday in Lex-, ington. i the nation produced this year." * * * RUPP TOLD the members of the recently-formed Commonwealth Athletic club, sponsors of the trophy, "Your selection this year was absolutely foolproof. "I've never in all my years of college basketball seen a boy play the way he does, do the things he's done," Rupp said. Umpires, leagues Walton will not be present iomeetinQS receive the trophy, nor will ™ JCLA Coach Johnny Wooden. Wooden said he and Walton had prior commitments. Dick Guleff, of the .Massillon City Recreation department, an- jnounced today three organiza- "WITH ALL OF our gradua- ball >" Walton said. "I feel it is an outstanding iional meetings concerning Slo- honor to win this award, a new Pitch softball will be held this award in honor of one of the week. great figures in college basket-! Saturday, The Massillon Um- [pires association will meet at 2 gratulating the Fairless Blue freshman basketball team's acquisition of the Stark county crown was read. Special Federal league championship season brochures are being sold at the school. 219, Skip Kowell 243. Star-Way Lanes Honor se r ies — Butch Patterson 566-237, Chris Whitmer 556-213, Mary A. Wachtel 522 .Nancy Cryder 521, Maryann Palmer 513, Anne Fowler 512. Barb Rossiter 510-202, Carol Hopper 507, Marjlyn Wright 507, Betty Fryer 504, Betty Ne meth 501, Jackie. Boekel 539201, Rita Crooks 519-222, Mary Lou Albright 512. Dave 'Derr 622-234, Stan Ka- : shuba 611- 235, Odeil Gainey 609-211, Ralph Cornelius 605233, Dave Jacobs 601-230. High series — Bea Bredenberg 497, Donnie Peters 496, Ruth Short 486, Millie Kosanovic 486, Twila Lawrence 484, Hermine Schwendiman 484, Betty Allen 487, Evie Lucas 483, Pat Bittner 482, Virginia Graybill 479, Judy Fox 478.. Millie Bednar.474, Jo Mauger 470, Theresa Curry 453, Dorothy Stranger 474, Theresa Pagenkopf 471, Vicky Marks 471, Liz Swonger 468, Mary Lou Swihart 462, Tena Vittiing 460. Butch Schembeehler 598-236, Bob Gallagher 588-219, Jack Gainey 587-202, FranK Kozma 585-203, Karl Stroh 581-220, Kyle McGinnis 580-226, ,Jim McKelvey 574-235, Vic Fox 574.225- Art Norris 570-21 J, Bud DeGordon 203, Paul Gugini 209, Gene Longbrake 200, Dick Swanson 215, Sam Miller 222, Bill Brooks 206, Randy Rondola 208, Jerry Neidenthal 224, Jerry Fowler, Al Witting 200s, Don German 208, Dave Caiitle- berry 200, Jerry Edwards 201. Perry boosters Perry high's adult booster club will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the Perry high library. Spring sports coaches Bob Bird, track and field; Larry Simms, golf, and Tom Chlebeck, baseball, will discuss their respective teams. St. PauFs wins BC Church title St. Paul's won the battle of the Lutherans and in doing so reigns as champion of the 1972 Massillon Boys' Club's Church Basketball league. Andy Heath drilled in 19 points to lead St. Paul's to a 40- championship victory Monday night over Faith Lutheran. Rob Stephan <and Mike Schoenfeld had 12 and 11 markers, respectively, for Faith. St. Paul's championship team members are Randy Ehret, Mark Yackee, John Villilo, Jay Callahan, Andy Heath, Gary Radtka, Andre Heath, Bob Ahlstrom and Rick Wagner. 4 hurlers help Tigers to 3-0 practice win The combined pitching talents of Bob Geiser, Mike Nemeth, Hank Nussbaumer and Sophomore Rich Gamary limited the Tuslaw Mustangs to three hits Monday in a 3-0 Washington high baseball practice game win on the Tiger stadium diamond. Larry DeVaughn and freshman Keith Herring each ripped an RBI double. A single by Bruce Hart accounted for the Tiger run. Coach Mike Internicola said the pitching is still ahead of the hitting at this stage. * * * INTERNICOLA WAS pleased his Tigers were able to get seven hits in the game and he also noted the defense did i good job. The Tigers are to play at the Navarre athletic field vs. Fairless today at 4 p.m. and at Jackson Memorial Friday. The Tigers are to host Niles McKinley in a Diamond conference doubleheader Saturday at Tiger stadium diamond with the first game set to start at 11 a.m. Saturday. 1966 "I've made a good living;tion losses," Murphy said, "it! w °oden said assistant coach p.m. in the City Hall. Sunday from coif and that's all I wantiwill take a very exceptional! Gai 'y Cunningham would attend,will be the players and coaches • •• - - the banquet to represent UCLA.jturn. The Church league will Coach Rupp, who has beenlmeet at 1:30 p. m. and one hour later the Major and American loop meet, both meetings will also be in City Hall. from it. After all, you can only wear one pair of shoes, eat one steak a meal," he said. Littler won $98,687 in 20 tournaments last year and is one of the sport's top money winners with over $800,000 in prizes collected over his career. NEWLON. .. (Continued from Page 13) we are honoring him this evening." Newlon, a 1947 graduate from Fairmont, W. Va., State, came to Lincoln in 1956 after seven seasons at Stone Creek high school, (19474954) and two seasons at Strasburg high school, (1954-1956.) During the presentation cere- athlete, a very mature person to make the varsity." Woody Hayes, Big Ten football coaching dean in his 22nd Ohio State season, worries about the academic side and maturity. "It will put enormous pressure on kids academically," said Hayes. "A lot of youngsters can't settle down in their studies as soon as they should. "We also feel freshmen will not be as mature physically as upper classmen, and they may get hart more," Hayes said. Jim McCafferty, Xavier athletic director and its former basketball coach, thinks the new rule will help freshmen grades. "We believe they will study harder and do better academically df they think they have a retired as UK coach at the mandatory age of 70, said,Walton is the "finest young athlete monies at the reception, a: cnance to b e out tnere p i 3y i n g proclamation by Canton Mayor j on the varsity," McCafferty said. Stanley A. Cmich was presented to Newlon. In attendance at the recep- ;ion were members of former teams coached by Newlon, and personal friends of the Newlon family from Stone Creek, Strasburg, and Lincoln boosters. With coach Newlon was his wife Betty, their daughter Linda and their sons, Ken jr, Bob and Roy. Newlon's sister, Mrs. Harry Bock pf Wilmington, Delaware was also present. The Newlons reside at 187 Rowmont st SW, Perry township. * * * DESPITE THE new regulation, coaches see few freshmen cracking the varsity lineups. "Maybe a place kicker, punt-i er, split receiver or running back with speed could do it in football," Murphy said. "It's quite a jump in basketball, too. because of defense," said Ohio university's Jim Snyder, the dean of the Mid-Am-| erican basketball coaches. j "A player who has scored a lot in high school must play more defense in college," Snyder said. WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO COMPARE SATOH With Other Tractors In Its Class BUT THERE AREN'T ANY! To talk baseball Navarre baseball association will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the village clinic center. Pro basketball at a glance NBA Conference Semifinals Tonifhfs Games Eastern Coufercnce Boston at Atlanta, Boston leads best-of-7 series, 2-1. New York at 'Baltimore, best-of-7 series tied 1-1 Western Conference Los Angeles at Chicago, Los Angeles leads best-of-7 series 3-0 Milwaukee at Golden State, Milwaukee leads best-of-7 series 2-1. No games scheduled Wednesday. ABA Division Semifinals Monday's Results West Division j Utah 1113, Dallas 107, Utah leads best-of-7 series, 2-0. i Tonight's Games East Division ; New York at Kentucky, New York leads best-of-7 series, 1-0. Virginia at Floridians, Virginia leads best-of-7 series, 2-0. West Division I Indiana at Denver, best-of-7 serios tied 1-1. Wednesday's Games East Division Kentucky at New York West Division Utah at Dallas SEE US AT THE HOME SHOW fr»i WHEEL ALIGNMENT Evtry 6 Months or 5,000 Milts! LIFETIME ALIGNMENT 815,95* * Torsion Bars and Some Air Conditioned Cars Extra OUR REGULAR ALIGNMENT Free Inspection $Q 0( by experts 0* / J REG. SHOCKS M8.95 a pair installed HI-SPEED WHEEL BALANCE Disc Brake Specialists 6 MONTHLY PAYMENTS No Interest or Finance Charge BRAKES RELINED at a price yon want to pay! '44.95 Complete Job — All 4 Wheels Which Includes: New Shoes — Wheel Cylinder Rebuilt. Drums Tirn- ed. Shoes Arced to Fit Drums. Including Labor. 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