Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Wellsville Daily Reporter Newspaper Archive: December 3, 1963 - Page 7

Share Page

Publication: Wellsville Daily Reporter

Location: Wellsville, New York

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - December 3, 1963, Wellsville, New York                                rf 1943 DAILY NEW YORK Paye WeHsvitle Hoopsters 4 I n Is Stronger By CRANK CAIV Lets the ionfefence cfown Bacfe It belongs fhafg the feftd of thought in the mifids of Dick Wfillsvilte hoojjsters as the finishing fetiches their nonleague hfime a ener this gainst This will be the Lions fourth season aska membef1 Of the Steuben AA AfteV lwo Confer ence the locals to a 24 year and re linquished the crown to Mg Fr6e Academy now Is krtdvvn ds Corning The seasbn was the worst in the Liotts history as they posted a 444 Five returnees including three letteTmen will play major roles during thq 196364 hoop cam Leading the veterans is a much center Greg His presence will definitely be felt on t h e backboards and in the scoring Should Dunham plenty of help on the Hubbard was a starter on last years club and should have gained valuable playing experi Guard Bill Hurley rounds out the letter Hurleys hustle and jump shooting may win him a starting berth this Seniors Jon Gardner and Rene Lewis also are back from also on the wire Ti Dick Evey first and Second draft picks of tile Buffald cast their lot With NPi by signing im mediately aftef being drafted by the Miliflesota Vikings and Chtcagb tieaMi a tacklp was the first pick of Vikings while a taclde frbhl was a high cKbice of the DEFENSE was the key in the lastset of AFL games as New Yofk balnked Kansas City for the first time in the Chiefs 54 league and Houston took the first in 45 from San REASONS OFFERED for the downfall of the AFL champion Kansas City Chiefs include the disple a sure of the Texas players on the teams hdving nioved to Kansas but primarily It wasthe shock brought by the death1 of fOokie Stone Jackson in an exhibition which plans to operate in Buf falos Memorial Basketball LOYOLA df ClllcXGO open ed its season in defense of the national basketball champion ship by waJopirtg North Da THe easy1 victory Was recorded despite word from the game report that the Ramblers looked ragged Baseball REALIGNMENT if the Inter ternational loop will revert to Leagues was the major under taking of baseball leaders gath ered at San Diego for the an nual baseball The In ternational loop wil Irevert to ari eight team structure with Indiariaprilis and Little Rock returningto the PCL increas ing it to 10 FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE to the minors from the parent teams will be cut due to the new league structures in AAA A subsidy from the majors to each Internation ATHLETIC CONFAB Informal grid dis griclder whose Joe far right is coach at Cuba Central Bob Codispoti of out pigskin sophomore at Alfred Univer am Leg Dyp form at the Castle Among those who or coach and now head of the aclmis cussions prevailed last night as he annual Olnn ttprilH football hanauet was heir limes Herald iootbau banquet was neici galhered to talk over the intricacies of the game were Russ left a Pennsylvania sions office at Syracuse Reporter NFL Clubs Hold Marathon By JACK MAN Associated Press Sports ClflCAGft al Football League through an allclay session Mon day and into the morning hours Tuesday in its annual col l and end Hal Bedsolc of South ern Other early signers announced were Woodsori by tackle Dick Evey of Tennessee by the Chicago tackle Morchel Turner of Kentucky By lege Louis and quarterback Muh Five clubs that remained son by the home arid conducted their bus iness byVphrine or teletype mes sages to ci Representative on the I While the others sat on their There were1 comj Jihd a threat of legisla GRUMBLINGS emerged frpmial Leaguetoam to defray trav in rtf fVio nwtlfirc xirill onrlfirl with TIPVV the ranks of the NFL owners el will be ended with new after having to wait over eight y aligned promixity of the hours to complete the first round of yesterdays Five teams conducted drafting last years Gardner is from their home office with Dal1 making a strong bid for a guard lfls and St Lollis taking ovcr two hours to make the first GEORGE Northern Illinois fantastic and 10 other seniors make up the 1963 AP Little AllAmerican football who re wrote the passing record is the only repeater from last years PITTSBURGH placed two men on the final AllEast week ly team selections with the naming of halfback Paul Mar slot while Lewis will probably see spot Heis a good de fensive player and has plenty of Two transfer students should strengthen the B o b a 63 senior fromi Ro will add to the board Jerry Cammarata from Key is a promising He has an excellent jump drives and uses his 511 frame to good advan tage under the Five juniors and a sophomore up from the junior varsity com plete the Juniors are Bill tha anci end Steve Jeff Sam and Steve Breadon tops the newcomers and is a possible starter for the Soph Jim Stein is trying hard to crack the first Stein is a good shooter and outstanding Coach Kishlar hopes that the injured Doug able to return to the Mc Enroe sat out most of the foot ball season with an ankle in but may be ready for ac tion during the middle of the Joel Sobek and Bill Sheltey will continue as team mana The Lions face a terrific chal lenge in league play this The Corning schools will be tougher as a result of the new Hornell has size and experience Coach Kishlar Its too early to tell too much about our I feel that we should have a hust ling For the second straight year the Lions will participate in a Christmas Tournament with de fending champion Wayland and The games will be played on the 28th and 30th of The tournament will be held at B SOXIIK TWO BOXING CLUBS have made applications for licenses to operate in New York The first is headed by ex welter and middleweight champ Carmen Basilio of arid the second is the Queen City Boxing Promotions Complete schedule follows DECEMBER 6 Canisteo 10 Addison 13 at Haverling 20 at Bradford 28 30 Wayland Tourna ment Way Wellsville JANUARY 10 at Olean 14 at Addison 17 Corning Painted Post East 24 at ComingPainted Post West 28 at Canisteo 31 at Hornell FEBRUARY 7 Haverling 11 Olean 14 at CorningPainted Post East 21 CorningPainted Post West 25 Bradford 28 Hornell ACROSS Fprmlc acid source Flashy Nerve network Crusted dish Guides note Silkworm King topper Butt Gasp twin Protection Swear Empty S6ft drink Globe Payable high priest Perceive Vocal music Capable Residue 42V Emperor of Japan 46PlvicU Time gone by Biiter herb Robot t drama By way of r4 Everyone DOWN Malt brew Jolly boat Oppow Stannum Corrodt elkali 3 Pour Waster of 14 If II m i it v TV fl 19 fruit Misery Joshuai father nails Huge wavi Antiquatol Expire Turmeric That girl Comm Ion dish New staf Talon Spoken Salary Armril BOWLING RESULTS CLASSIC Thanksgiving MakeUp POINTS WON De Marte Tailors 2602 Dennis Perin zdil 2544 0 John Bush Sporting Goods 2689 Can non Clothing 2568 0 Whites ville Legion 2355 Charles Chips 2584 4 ODonhell Plumbing 2630 Arnoys Dye 2686 3 Jewelry Citizens National Bank SINGLE Arnoys Dye 951 HIGH TOTAL John E Bush Sporting Goods 2689 HONOR ROLL Duff Joyce Bill Childs Jack But ler Ted Brzytwa 203 John Kelsey Herb Sherman Jack Petrie Ralph Tompkins Harold McDaniels Bob Wonderling Dar Barnes Frank Pasquale WELLSVILLE SERVICE POINTS WON Western Auto 2844 Harry Graves Son 2977 3 Joyce Pipeline 2757 Butler Larkin 2854 3 Sweets Ford 3058 Wellsville GLF 2801 0 Shorts Andover 2710 Ball Equipment 2930 3 Cable 2640 Palm ers Store of Allentown 2805 4 Bell Equipment Co 2792 WLSV Radio 2855 HIGH SINGLE Sweets Ford 1077 HIGH TOTAL Sweets Ford 3058 HONOR ROLL John Kel sey Carl Streb Dick Neal Bill Garvey Wil bur Lehman Mel Chartreau Art Reed Bob Ball Ralph Maples MUNICIPAL POINTS WON Yandas Gulf Service 2858 Wells ville Auto Parts 2719 1 Strout Realty 2817 Martys Liquor Store 2791 2 Odd Fellows 2874 Waites Used Parts 2763 HIGH SINGLE Waites Used Parts 1010 HONOR ROLL Jack Bush Mike Kosciol of Olean a familiar figure to Wellsville was awaided the tro phy as most valuable player in this years Olean Bradford clash during the annual Olean Times Herald football banquet last night at the Castle Restau Honors also went to Jim Don ovan of given the Alfred Joe Bunnell plaque as coach of the year Gary Gras si of Bradford Christian Cen recipient of the Gary Sage award as player of the year plus most valuable players from the Seneca Confer ence and Allegany Mountain Finishing behind Brassi in voting as the areas best play er were Rod Reschel of Smeth Lucian Robak of Pat McGraw of Allegany and Langhorns Hold Top Spof Despite Score by Aggies Rick Wareham of Christian Wellsville representatives at tending were Coach George Joe Markle substitut ing for Principal James Gam bell and team cocaptains Don Wilson and Jon Concluding the program was a panel discussion on organized sports for prehigh school youngsters featuring area news men and Robert Schnettler of the Reporter staff was a 1842 Gibsons 1720 Carters Hardware 1824 Edwin Apgar DAYTIMERS POINTS WON Long Vue 1894 Aces 1875 2 Rookies 0 Wonders 1701 0 Alley Cats 1813 GoGetters 1763 2 Niners 1765 Squares 1704 HIGH SINGLE Long Vue 744 HIGH TOTAL Long Vue 1894 HONOR ROLL Fran Spin elli June Burton WORTHINGTON DAY POINTS WON Feeble Five 2876 Coolies 3016 4 Strik ers 2803 Turrets 2801 2 Welders 2709 Classy 2912 HIGH 1072 HIGH 3016 HONOR ROLL Sonny So beck Dick Garland Ehvood Clark Dick Del Vecchio Dick Lewis WELLSVILLE MAJOR GIRLS POINTS WON Tire 2109 Sisters 2121 2 Screwballs 2100 Two Twos 2032 HIGH SINGLE Tire 755 HIGH TOTAL Sisters 2121 HONOR ROLL Sandy Hilli gas Sherry Jones Glor ia Shine SINGLE Coolies TOTAL Coolies By JIM BECKER Associated Sports Writer had a much easier time of THe Associated Press poll than it had on the field against Texas in its The Longhorns poked the win ning touchdown across with lit tle more than a minute to spare against the Aggies on Thanks giving for a 1513 The squeaker preserved a 100 and the 1 spot in the next to last Associated Press poll of the The final Vote will be taken next with the national championship to the The Texas poll margin was convincing enough to make il unlikely that even a great per formance by 2 Navy against Army on Saturday will dislodge the Navy has an 81 Texas drew 42 firstplace votes from the 51 sports writers and broadcasters on the spocia AP Navy got eight and the other On the usual voting Texas had 485 points to Navys Below the top fie per sonnel was the same but the rankings were Illinois jumped from eighth to third with 356 on its 130 defeat of Michigan State for the Big Ten title and Rose Bowl as 3120 winner over moved up a notch to Au 108 victor over jumped from ninth to Big Eight champion Nebraska wen from seventh to Mississippi dropped from third to 7 after a 1010 tie with Mississippi Oklahoma climbed from 10th to after beating Okla homa State Alabama fell from sixth to and Michigan State from fourth to Besides Navys date with Ar Alabama has a game left with The other eight teams have com pleted their The Top with season rec ords and points W L T Texas 10 0 0 485 Navy 8 1 0 432 Illinois 7 1 1 356 Pittsburgh Auburn Nebraska Mississippi Oklahoma Alabama Michigan State 1 1 0 2 168 0 335 0 226 0 217 tidn to avoid such marathons in the It took the league a record eight houVs and eight minutes to work its way through the first round selections of the 14 Several signings were an nounced almost simultaneously with Ac making it obvi otls that the clubs were checking the boys to be sure they were Interested in playing NFL ball before wasting a The teams were very much aware of the draft by the rival Ameri can Football League held Sat uhiay in New used up two hours and 39mindtes before settling on 235pound tackle bf ranked Baltiriiore delayed about two two hours before picking Marv 2 0 an Indiana 2 0 72 and then announced his signing QB Club Scores 54 later in the Dave a 193pound end from Texas was the first player drafted by the San Fran ciscb who had first choice because they were last in the Due to cancellations conference standings changed playing the finaftcr Sundays al Quarterback Club poll Bob 269 pound guard be tabulated on the basis of Nebraskas Orange Bowl 20 games that were Cornell Penn 8 Syracuse Notre Dame 7 bound was taken by Philadelphia and Charley a strong running back Georgia Georgia Tcch 14 from Arizona was picked Orangemen Romp UB Wins Second By THE illESS SophomoVo Ddve Bing1 led Syracuse Universitys basketball team to an 8833 victory over the ifniversily of Toronto Monday Hing scored 16 points in 30 minutes of grabbed 10 re bounds and recorded s6ven as Chuck Richards dropped in 12 Ed Bordas led visiting Toron tos scoring with 10 At the Bulls displayed sharp ballhandling and fine out side shooting as they trippedthc Muskingum Ohio College After the opening the visitors got no closer to Buffalo than a 4638 deficit early in the second The Bulls neVcr were headed after scoring 12 of the next 13 10 by senior center Gary Hanlcy led all scorers with 11 Bob Carter was high for Muskingum with Cortland State enjoyed a 36 21 lead at halftime and went on to run over in the basketball opener for both Dave Bleau led the winners witli 24 followed by Jirn Mooney with Marty Canavan tossed in 19 for an E n g 1 a n knocked out Billy Houston Memphis 29 Mississippi 10 Richmond 29 Texas Texas 13 Alabama Auburn 10 Arizona Arizona 35 Baylor Rice 12 Boston Holy Cross 9 Brigham Young 26 Florida Florida 0 Oklahoma 10 Pitt Miami 20 SMU TCU 22 Vanderbilt 14 Green Bay Detroit 13 NY Giants Dallas 27 Cleveland Louis 10 PRO BASKETBALL No games Monday Todays Game San Francisco at New York Wednesdays Games Los Angeles at Baltimore New York at Detroit San Francisco at Louis by Washington before the ses sion ran into the Dallas log The Minnesota Vikings who lost their first three picks to the AFL last quickly signed their 1 and 2 tackle Carl Eller of Minnesota OZAIIK SIGNED SAN AP The Spokane Indians of the Pa cific Coast League have signed Manager Danny Ozark to a sec ond oneyear it was announced PRO HOCKEY No games Monday or Tuesday Wednesdays Games Montreal at Toronto Boston at Chicago Keep Your Eye On Channel 6 TRAVEL TRAILER USED 1960 19 Foot Sleeps 6 Fully Self Contained Shower Marine Toilet 4 Gas Refrigerator Hot Water Heater 3 Burner Cooking Stove with oven Pressure Water System Gas Light 12 Volt Electric System plus 110 Volt System Wall Type Gas Heater Ib Gas Tanks Its Exceptionally Clean Jerry Hacked 126 Main Street Phone 1212 or 2412 THE DEPEHDABLES SUCCESS CARS OF 64 HAVE YOUR ADEQUATE HEALTH INSURANCE Today over 140 million persons are covered by hospital insurance of which 130 million also have surgical This is a great majority of the people and should a large health expense arise they will be If you are among he few that do not yet have his important health we urge you to obtain H as soon as Being sick is enough of a problem without complications of financial YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when need a pick MP your prescription if or we will deliver promptly without extra A great many people en trust us with their May we com pound yours t Phone 31 HALLS DRUG STORE 176 Wain PBisspfiipTioN CHEMISTS Copyright 1963 Wll463 got for you If youre after a little more action than youve been accustomed to incompletely And under the hood A standard V8 318 getting in the lowprice look what weve got for The 64 with more muscle than is common in other lowprice Podge Polara2door a quick moving automobile that doesnt Priqe Right with cars like Ford and Heres our propo or feel like any lowpriced car youve ever tried buy just any lowpriced when you can step up to Luxury is standard equipment on this The for Dodge and a lot more Are people taking us up on it is The front seat has extra deep foam padding and features podges sales increase is more than four times that of the a comfortproviding flipdown center armrest at no extra The People knowa good thing when theysee See it at your Dodge 64 Dodge POOQE DIVISION IYSLI PFUNTNER SALES 120 Railroad V SEE THE BOB HOPE CHECK YOUR LOCAL   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

25 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 145 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication