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1 ft .-. TNI ©WO fiEMTINEL -_P_E-TV ■ ■ Wm mm THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2,1961 SPORTS GLEANINGS J By BILL BELL • Sports Editor TED DEAN, OUTSTANDING ROOKIE fallback of the Philadelphia Eagles professional root- ball team, receives a television receiver after being named by sportswriters is the "outstanding Eagle player" In tbe recent championship game with the Green Bay Packers. Dean's performance was a big factor la the Eagles' surge to the world championship. Presentation was made by Percy LaBohne. Philco public relations representative, daring Dean's tear of the company's TV assembly plant In Philadelphia. VRC Bowling News By CHARLES (YAR) MASON • MONDAY NITERS League saw J. C. Reid blast 2-8-flll, Marion Richardson. 198-533; Dan Walton. 196-526; James Smith, 172-507; Floyd Crawford, 181- 509: Rodney Wilkerson, 181-490. Even though it was cold out- Side, the Merchants Industrial keglers had the lanes plenty hot. William Wilson, getting 244-627; Roscoe Lofton, in form with 232- 6-2; Earl Simmons. 268-580; Donald Miller. 201-579; Warren Palmer, 213-575; Jeff Diggs, 191- 5u2; Henry (Hank) Butler, 225- 531; James Garland. 19_~_60; hias Welch, 213-555; Sylvester ha<grove, 235-543. Burger Beer had high team total, 2768. LEAGUE STANDINGS Won Lost Roscoe's 39 21 Burger Beer 39^_ 23V* James Phar. 37 26 Oasis Lounge 34 Vi 2_M» White Brothers 2a1- 3t*i Reynelds __.!_ 344 Garland -.quip 2 24 39 Aces 21 42 Pts. 53 51'j 49 46 41 37 Vi 31 27 • YMCA LEAGUE is proving to be as strong or stronger than any league in the hm_-e. Thc good shooting, always tells the story, such as John Cfunts. 227- 622; William Richardson, 213- 620; Roscoe Lofton, 215-609; Mac Welch. 221-577; Warreri Palmer, 196-377; Robert Jackson,,. 235 568; Earl Simmons, 202-566; Charles Byrd, 205-564; Earnest Carr, 205-560; Horace Jones, 215- 243; a great big 458 for two games. Horace missed the first game due to car trouble. LEAGUE STANDINGS Won Lost Pts. Brooks Realty M 24 53 Williams-McNabb 33 . 30 47 Pepsi-Cola 32 31 40 Woodland Phar. 30 33 39 Woods Moving 29 34 37 Tankslyites 25 39 31 • W O M E N'S Progressive showed Flo Richardson, 189-559; Irene Hutchinson, 193-517; Gerri Foster, 198-494; Rosetta Davis, 190-491; Mary Wooden, 185-483; Jean Hawkins, 178-483; Ruth Estelle, 167-468; lola Brown. 182- 472; Margo Smith, 169468; Tr-el- ma Conrad, 160-464; Frankie Ludaway, 168-439; Myrtle Gate- wood, 156-440; Eleanor Edwards, 160-436; Marge Games. 186-434; Francis Baehus, 154-418. After three bad weeks, the Lane Askins girls are back on the beam, and it seems that they intend.to fight to keep first place. Saturday Mixed League leaders were Robert Jeffcries, 192- 544; Jim Johnson, 185-524; Hillis Waderker, 216-522; Amos White, 224-491; Claude Willis, 173-493; Simon Williams. 196-480; Margo Smith, 193494; Eleanor Ed wards, 181-499; Sharon Wilkerson, 172-482. Columbus keglers and kegler- ettes were victorious in their matches with Dayton, winning four out of five. Ford Trucking and Lane Askins girls b<*-th won their matches. Club Cadillac girls were overpowered (again). Garland Equipment men's team won two matches from Palace Lanes. Tennis Club To Meet The Table Tennis club of Beat ty Center is asking the executive officers to attend a meeting at 71 N. Monroe av., Sunday, Feb. 5, at 5 p. m. Herb Ferris is president, Barbara Oliver, vice president, and Hazel Young, corresponding secretary. Athletes Spark Drive Negro History Ass'n Four names familiar to. Ohio basketball fans will stand out front in this year's Heart Fund drive across central Ohio. Larry Siegfried, Mel Nowell, Jerry Lucas and John Havlicek have been named honorary chairmen of the Heart campaign for the 50-county area of the Central Ohio Heart Ass'n. William A. Bretz, general chairman of the Franklin County Heart drive, announced the athletes' appointments recently. • OHIO TRACK Club wllL bring the National Women's Indoor AAU track and field championship meet to Columbus On March 11. --It will be held in the French Fieldhouse at Ohio State university. Top attraction will be the woman "Athlete of the Year," Wilma Rudolph, and her sprint relay teammates from. Tennessee State college, who won the Olympic 400 meters relay title. The willowy and graceful Miss Rudolph, who shatters tho belief that the successful woman athlete must be bovine in stature, won three gold medals in the Olympics at Rome. She ran the fastest 100 meters ever run by a woman, but it was not allowed because the wind was at her back. She started the indoor season this year by smashing the indoor record for the 60 yard dash in tho Los Angeles relays. She was not pushed in the relays. It is believed if she has stiff competition on March IV, she will lower the mark again. • OHIO STATE basketball team proved last Saturday afternoon that no team with only one or two super players can beat them when they are clicking by swamping Purdue, 92-62. Purdue's Terry Dishenger did everything but keep score. He was truly an All-American, but his efforts went for naught, as the Bucks cams up with a balanced attack. To add insult to injury, Coach Fred Taylor switched his scoring ace, All-American Jerry Lucas, from under the basket and ■ used him as a feeder and the guards as the offensive threats. Tha result was that Capt. Larry Siegfried led the team in scoring with 21 points, and his running-mate, cool Mel Nowell, tied with Lucas, with 17 points. The Bucks still have Indiana and Iowa to play, but we do hot see them having too much trouble with either of them. In our mind, there is only one team in the country which has the balance to really give them a battle, now that Siegfried and Nowell have hit their stride offensively. That is Bradley, the country's No. t team. Bradley has terrific balance in Chet Walker, Al Saunders, Mack Herndon and Tim Robinson. However, by the time this column reaches the street, Herndon may be lost to the team because of grades. • A LETTER frorr. Fred Huff, sports editor at Southern Illinois U., informs us that Ernie Wheelwright, former Central High star, was a standout defensive fullback for the Salukis last season, Ernie was credited with 26 tackles for the season. He gained 7ft yards In 14 carries for an average of 5.6 yards per try. This was Southern Illinois' finest team. They won their conference crown for the first time; being unbeaten .in the conference. Their only losses were to Bowling Green and tho top small college in the nation, Ohio university. • BOBBY VEALE, one of the Columbus Jets' most promising hurlers, has signed his 1961 contract. Charlie Sifford shot a 278, three strokes under par, in tha Lucky International at San Francisco, but the best it brought him was a tie for sixth place and a purse of $1175, However, it may have earned him the realization of one of his life's ambitions; namely, to play in the famed Palm Springs invitational. It had been rumored that if he finished well in the Lucky International, he would be invited to the Palm Springs meet. • HEAVYWEIGHT champion Floyd Patterson will get 50 percent of the ancillary receipts and Johansson, 35, on their coming heavyweight championship fight. (The ancillary receipts are from the closed television rights.) They will each receive 25 percent of gate receipts. There will be two Grants battling for starting positions on the Cleveland Indians pitching staff this spring. Everyone knows Jim (Mudcat) Grant, who is the oldest Indian on the squad, despite his youthful 26 years. (By oldest Indian, we.mean'that he has been on the squad longer than any other player.) But few people know that he has a younger brother, Julius, who had a 13-8 record last season with Reading in the Eastern League, who will go to camp with the Indians this spring. • THE NO. 1 and No. 4 rushing back-.in the nation both came from small towns in Ohio. No. 1 man was Bob Gaiters of New Mexico Slate, who hails from Zanesville. Bob gained 133.1 yards in 197 carries, for an average of 8.78 yards per carry. He scored 23 touchdowns and seven points after touchdowns for a total of 143 points. No. 4 man was Ohio State's All-American fullback Bob Ferguson, who powered for 853 yards and 13 touchdowns for a total of 78 points. Bob's average was 5.33 per try. THB OHIO OHIO STATC UU3EU* LIBRARY 15TH A HUH ST. coll. a a us, oaio SENTINEL THE PEOPLE'S CHAMPION VOL. 12, No. 35 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 14.61 20 CENTS COLUMBUS. OHIO ANTHONY SLAYERS' Story On Page 1 Abandons Baby Second Time .lory On Page 2 • MRS. JOYCE BRYANT learns te give exercises to ber daughter, Maria, wider directioa of Robert Ayers, chief physical therapist, Children's l-o_p_U!, Columbus. Child was born with two crippling birth defects: open spine (spina bifida, and excess fluid an the brain <hydraeep______.). To solve the genie of birth defects, March ot Dftaes supported study renters hare been opened fat Columbus, O.; Nashville, Tenn., and Oklahoma CUy. MARY LUCILLE HARRIS, If, is shown With month old _*» Samuel Lee Harris a few boars before she abaadmaed him Man- day for the second time within a two week period. Bat? was left oa steps at aa Eastside cburcb the lust Ume.—Fierce r__*to.
|Description||The Ohio State Sentinel was a weekly African American newspaper based in Columbus, Ohio that was established on June 1, 1949. They covered local Columbus news, and state issues that were important to the African American community.|
|Creator||President Edmund B. Paxton|
|Contributor||Vice President Charles W. Seward|
|Publisher||The Ohio Sentinel Publishing Company|
|Location||Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio|
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-_P_E-TV ■ ■ Wm mm
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2,1961
By BILL BELL • Sports Editor
TED DEAN, OUTSTANDING ROOKIE fallback of the Philadelphia Eagles professional root-
ball team, receives a television receiver after being named by sportswriters is the "outstanding
Eagle player" In tbe recent championship game with the Green Bay Packers. Dean's performance was a big factor la the Eagles' surge to the world championship. Presentation was made
by Percy LaBohne. Philco public relations representative, daring Dean's tear of the company's
TV assembly plant In Philadelphia.
VRC Bowling News
By CHARLES (YAR) MASON
• MONDAY NITERS League
saw J. C. Reid blast 2-8-flll,
Marion Richardson. 198-533; Dan
Walton. 196-526; James Smith,
172-507; Floyd Crawford, 181-
509: Rodney Wilkerson, 181-490.
Even though it was cold out-
Side, the Merchants Industrial
keglers had the lanes plenty hot.
William Wilson, getting 244-627;
Roscoe Lofton, in form with 232-
6-2; Earl Simmons. 268-580; Donald Miller. 201-579; Warren Palmer, 213-575; Jeff Diggs, 191-
5u2; Henry (Hank) Butler, 225-
531; James Garland. 19_~_60;
hias Welch, 213-555; Sylvester