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' 2-B Cincinnati Enquirer SiturJiy, April IS, I960 Royals 'Carry' Boozer Again , The Royals yesterday of- : ficially regained the rights to fnrmrr Kansas State star Bob Boozer. But the question remains: Will he slpn or agsin give the club the run- around to remain in tne amateur ranks? "" "I think we'll have a real good shot at him," said Cin cinnati General Manage! fPepper Wilson. "I think he W as sincere about wanting: to iemaln an amateur in order ?to play in the Olympic fcames, and I also think he t lacked confidence when he first considered pro basketball. ; i "I think he's well on his U.way to having regained that H confidence now," iuen padded. J - i In a transaction predicted by The Enquirer earlier this f veek, the Royals yesterday treturned Forward Dave Gam-fcee to the Hawks and regained the rights to the 6 tleet, 8 inch, 220-pound Boozer, 'who starred this year for ! Peoria of the National In- dustrlal League. '-. The transaction ended a '"game of "musical chairs" 'that started way back In No--'vember when the Royals ob-talned Hub Reed from the Hawks. Later, to close that Ideal, they assigned the rights to Boozer to St. Louis. : In another transaction In ""February, Gambee came to the Royals along with cash Tjor Dave Piontek. , NBA governors balked at the Boozer trade, objecting ' on the grounds It violated a -rule that all first-draft 'choices (Boozer was Cincinnati's first draft choice in 1S59) had to have a six-week iryout with the club that drafted them. ' - In order to solve, the pre-I tlicament, yesterday's transaction was completed some -J time ago, although not of-' jTiclally announced. I I Boozer averaged 22.8 points -land 12.6 rebounds with Peoria "this past season and was one f 12 men picked for; the tf. S. team that will play In Ihe Olympics this August. ' ttp'11 hp n teammate of four Mother players on whom the -Royals own ngnta oscar Robertson, Jay Arnette of Texas, Jerry Lucas of Ohio State and Adrian Smith of the Armed Forces, former Kentucky star HEDRIC GETS Miami Frosh Job Leaves Hamilton Tart For Cage Position At Alma Mater Special To The Enquirer OXFORD. O., April 15 ! Darrell Hedric, 26 -year -old head basketball coach at Hamilton Taft High School and former Miami University cage star, has been ap pointed freshman basketball coach at his alma mater, Athletic Director John Brickels announced today. In the past, graduate as sistants working toward masters degrees and other members of the Miami coach ing staff have handled the freshmen. Hedric is a native of Frank lin, O., and a former Ohio high school all-star. He played four years on the Miami varsity from 1951 through 1955, scoring 436 points. In his senior year, he was a co-captam or ine Miami cagers. After graduation from Miami, Hedric played in the National Industrial Basketball League with the Good year team of Akron. He then spent two years in the Navy before returning to Miami to earn his masters degree while serving as assistant coach In head coach Dick Shrider's first year at the helm. Upon leaving Miami for the second time, Hedric went to Chillicothe, O., where he coached and taught at Mt. Logan Junior High School Herb To Run LOS ANGELES, April 15 (UPI) Herb Elliott, famed Australian distance runnerj was given permission today from the International Am-i ateur Athletic Association to compete In the 1500-meter (Olympic mile) at the coli seum relays May 20. 'r T W A it I 7 i JUULl lii I NO EASTER BONNET Gene Mauch, new manager'of the Philadelphia Phillies, tries on the headolece after his arrival at Philadelphia's International Airport yesterday, on hand to greet Mauch was John Quinn, right, general manager or ine lasi-piace nil- lies. Mauch will succeed Eddie Sawyer, who quit yesterday. af wirepnoto. Touring Is Out For Pro Tennis Star, Gonzales M E L B O U RNE, Australia, April 15 (UPI) Pancho Gon zales, world professional ten nis champion since 1954, today confirmed his recent announcement that he would quit Jack Kramer's touring troupe May 1. However, Gonzales said he might play in a few professional tournaments after that if they did not Involve tour ing. Gonzales, who will be 32 on May 9, said recently In Vienna that April would belfor the winners. Roiiins had Kent State Routs Miami Special To The Enquirer OXFORD, Ohio, April 5 Lefthander Marty Kane lim ited Miami to five hits and struck out nine in pitching Kent State to a 5-3 Mid- America Conference base ball victory here today. The two teams meet again here Saturday. Kane bested' Miami's senior ace, Gary Tillson, as the Golden Flashes won their second straight league game. Miami Is 1-2 on the season. Dick Rollins and Jerry Dolclnl were the big hitters BONDED LININGS! ., 1 Hour Servica PARTS AND LABOR INCLUDED! FREE traVu Inipectloa at any tlma YOUR BRAKES SERVICED WHILE YOU WATCH FREE With Each Brake Job All-Purpose Air Cushion InfUtti far Outdoor! tnt Ini'Mri Dtfltttt-FiH la PKktl ring -Goo Aril Uttl-llrJ V U foro$ UCK fit Plymoulis'l St1 Cheryl J Other American Makes $12.95 Power Brakes $3 Extra ISE VOIR CREDIT CH 1-14IO GUARANTEED 20,000 MILES OR ONE YEAR OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY 'TIL 6 P. M. Monday I to 9, Tuesday Through Saturday I to t - Cor. 8th & Plum Sts., Across from City Hall his last month of touring for Kramer. I definitely plan to retire from touring professional tennis after we end our tour in Australia May 1," Gonzales said. "I'll fly home Immediately to prepare to enter the real estate business on my own account in California. Also I must prepare for my wedding at Los Angeles May 9. "I may play In a few pro fessional tournaments after that so long as they don't In volve touring. After all, Ben Hogan played after retiring from the professional gou cir cuit but refused to do much traveling. I'll be like him." UC Net Team Blanks Emory Special To The Enquirer Atlanta, Ga., April 15 University of Cincinnati's vacationing tennis team continued Its successful tour of the South today with a clean-sweep, 9-0 victory over Emory University. It was the sixth win In eight matches for Coach Harry Fogleman's troupers who wind up the trip at two hits and batted In three runs. His single In the fourth inning tallied two runs after Tillson had loaded the bases with three walks. Dolcini added three singles. Tillson and First Baseman Joe Griffith both rapped out triples to lead the Miami attack. KENT STATE . . 110 201 000-5 12 3 -3 Batteries: Kant and Guibari Tillson tnd nf Miteff KO's Don Warner ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., April 15 P Pudgy Alex Miteff recovered from the shock of a bloodied face and hurt pride in the fourth round and pummeled young Don Warner for a sixth-round technical knockout to night. Miteff weighed 202 and Warner 192 for the scheduled 10-rounder. Big Alex, the so-so Argentine, landed a hard left to Warner's body midway in the fourth round and followed with fast right and left com binations to the face that stunned the young Philadel- against 'university of the wi"J hard lefts, coupled with South (Sewanee). Purdue Scores 3 In 7th To Beat UC, 4-2 Special To The Enquirer LAFAYETTE, Ind., April 15 -A brilliant relief job by sophomore right-hander Lee Featherstone, who came on in the sixth inning with one out and the score tied, paved the way for Purdue's 4-2 base ball victory over Cincinnati today. Featherstone gave up one more hit that produced a go- ahead run for the Bearcats In the sixth, but shut them out the rest of the way. An inning later, as Purdue scored three times, Featherstone won his own game by singling home the tieing and go-ahead runs. In the loosely played game, in which Purdue committed five errors and Cincinnati three, the Bearcats left seven men on bases, there of them on third. They again failed to hit with men on bases, and for the four game series here got only 21 hits. Cincinnati, its next game Hanover (Ind.) College Thursday, now is 2-4 on the season. Purdue, wining three straight from UC after losing Wednesday's opener, has a 5-3 mark. CINCINNATI 000 002 000-1 4 t PURDUi 000 100 3014 7 I limma mi Tim: Kehrt, Fdttitrstont (6) in McCjbt. W. Ftithtritont. Today's results: SINGIES-John Klin def. Karl Burkholdf. 40, 6li Carl Hagbtrg def. Harry Morgan 62, 63; Art Kunj Jet. Lvnn Thompson 63, 36, 6-0; Alan Rosenberg def. Bill Hudson. 6-2, 6 4 Richard IsDhording def. Brawner flovd, 6-1. 6-1; Ha( Butch def. Rickv Schneider, 2-6. 6-2, 61. DOUBIES-Kunz and Rosenberg def. Morgan and Thompson, 63, 119; Navaro and IsDhording def. Burkholder and Hudson, 6-2. 6-2; Hagberg and Busch def. flovd and Sctmeider, 6-0, 6-0. Sp T rinir is JLate This Year But you can catch up on your lawn -in one afternoon! 1 2 3 Halts Scotts crabgrass stopper Turf Builder fertilizer Scotts Grass Seed We have the goods . . . and the advice Quick delivery - phone or come in IQflBlBHaBBaftBI ITU- O CHEVIOT O WESTERN HARRISON and WORTH SEND HIUI R1AZA ITU MO 1-0123 MO 1-3325 O DEL FAIR CENTER WA 1-2666 ia i oeii nd GAIBRAITH H I'OOK solid body punches that spelled the end for Warner two rounds later. It was Warner's decision not to continue after the fifth round. Under New Jersey ruies tne Dout goes as a sixth-found TKO. Late Games (THURSDAY NIGHT) CHICAGO. . I SAN FRANCISCO AB H RBI 40 u DPI 4 1 0'Bla'game.2b 5 1 0 i iiDaenoctft,3b 5 T.Tavlor,2b Will.ff Banks. 3t Thomas. If oilman, lb Zimmer,3b Ricex Worehead.D 3 iEiston.D 0 Ceccarelli o 0 B. Johnson. D 0 Totals 2 0 I 0 1 3 1 1 2 1 6 o 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 1 4 3 3 1 '(oeda.lf 4 1 OKirkland.rf 4 2 OlB'essoudjs 3 1 O'Schmidt.c 3 1 Ob-Amalfitano 0 0 0!"anford.o I 0 01 t o 1 0 Ola-Raoan 1 IJOell.o 0 Ic-Lona 0 -jj-Alou 0 34 II 61 - - - , , 'otali 34 9 5 a-Struck out for Miller in 7fh; b-Sacri-ficed for Schmidt in 9th.- c-Walked for O'Dell ifi 9th; d-Ran for Long in 9th. CHICAGO 004 000 101-6 SAN FRANCISCO 010 000 130-5 E-Bressoud. POA-Chicago 27-7; Sen j Francisco 27-8. OP-Sanford. B'tssoud and lcCovev; Ceoeda and Schmidt. LOB-Chicago j 10, San Francisco 6. 1 2B-Kirkland. Ashburn. Thomas. 3B-T. Tavlor. HR-Ceoeda, Banks. Kirkland. Mc-Covev. S3-Zimmer. S-Morehead. Amalfi- i tano. I PITCHING RECORD IP H . FR RB tn Moreheed 7 8 4 4 1 4 Elston IW. 1-0) ... 1 Va 1 1 1 2 1 Ceccarelli Vj 0 0 0 0 0 B.Johnson '.. Vi 0 0 0 0 0 Sanford ..." 4 6 4 4 1 2 1 filler 3 2 1 1 2 2 ,0'Dell (L.. 0-1) .... 2 3 113 4 ; WP-Sanford. O'Dell. U-landes. Pelekau- 'dous. Barlick. Jeckowski. T-3:05. A-32.-i 350. More Victories For Tiger Club, Predicts Dykes LAKELAND, Fla., April 15 (UPI) Manager Jimmie Dykes predicted today that the Detroit Tigers would "win more games In 1960 because we can't lose as many by one run and leave as many men on base as we did last year." Finishing fourth In 1959 with a 76-78 record, the Tigers lost 27- of their 44 one- run contests and . stranded 1161 runners. They led the American League In both de partments. Dykes declined to predict Detroit's final position in the 1960 American League standings but named the Chicago White Sox as the team tol beat. Given a full holiday Fri day, the Tigers will wind up their exhibition campaign with a weekend series against; the Kansas City Athletics and break camp Monday. New Legislative Angle Offered To Aid Anglers House Merchant Marines and tempting stream or lake. If Fisheries Committee, said the such appear he's tempted tp Tnffirfnr npnart.mpnf.'s Fish erab his rod and reel ni The bane of the traveling Lrt wlMirfe service is Dre- give It a trial. But, the mat- BY DAVE ROBERTS Enquirer Outdoor Editor angler the necessity for purchasing new fishing licenses In every state through which he passes would be solved If a bill sponsored by Rep. George P. Miller (D. Calif.), becomes a law of the land. Hearings on the pro-cense bill may be held In two or three weeks, It was announced from Washington Saturday. Miller, a member of the nnrincr a rpnort on the ter or license Domers mm measure. Hearings probably Perhaps, to procure It he will eet underway as soon as, may have to drive many long the report Is completed. In these days of Increasing travel, the matter oi state licenses grows more ' and more complicated. A motor tourist, enroute from Ohio miles to and from the nearest license dealer. Thus, he either goes on his way or fishes without a permit. Representative M 1 1 1 e r's plan would correct this sit- Hudies One Shy Of All-Time High to the West Coast, may jour- uation and still protect in- ney through as many as 20 terests of those states which states. He never knows when depend on nonresident 11-or where he may pass a cense fees to support much of their fish conservation work. The legislator by the way, is a former member of the California Fish and Game Commission, and knows the problems. One of the biggest single games ever shot in Greater Cincinnati a 1249 was posted last night by first-l place Huedpohl Beer In Fel-son's Greater Cincinnati Ail-Star Bowling League. , According to unofficial reports, this solo fell one pin short of the all-time high 1250 fired by Busam Fords in the old Hamilton County loop. The 10 pin stood on his 12th delivery to deprive Hudepohl star Jack Norton of 300 as he hammered 299 Little George Russell grooved his first 10 strikes before the 4-9 split stopped him at 287. Ben Rusche had 235, Motz De Felice 225 and Frank Schwierjohann 203 to round out the Hudie club. Inci dentally, Hudies beat losing Bob Sloane Realtors by 363 pins, 1249-886. A NUMBER of local leagues did not bowl last night, inl observance of Good Friday. CAROL IIUBER'S 214-214- 199627 paced Carlson's Hardware in Condon's Ken-ridge Ladies circuit. Pat Davis had 572 and Marcella BHL J? Jf'fk Ferguson the 4-7-9-10. J. . ,K1u6ua aa "iLarbus the 5-10. Robbie Mar- FIFTEEN GALS hit the honor roll In Cheviot Lanes' Bill Okrent Ladies Cheviot Classic. Lou McKinley's 228-168-223617 for Cold Point Drill set the pace. Other big scores Included Shirley Schroder's 572 and Alice Gil-key's 559 for leading Cheviot Building & Loan and Elsie Jochum's 558 for Knowlton Tavern. PIN SPLINTERS . . . Larry Lamping's 649, V. G. Hermann's 613, Ralph Drake's 611, Chuck Louis' 609, Don Scully's 600, 511s by Millie Schott and Marie Wildt, Mary Rering's 507 .. . Triplicates: J. Jung had three 160s, Ted Mueller three 157s, Ray Youngman three 147s (his second triplicate of the sea son), Margie Burton three 138s, Ruth Gough three 135s, B. Sneed three 129s, Robert Becht Co. a team triple of three 780s. SPLITS: Gus Straus converted the 8-8-10 and J. Posil-lico, H. Bagby and Frank Tol-bert all the 6-7-10, Bill Fagaly the 3-7-10, C. Weber the 6-7, Laverne Gaskins the 6-7-10, Tibbie Meisel the 4-7-10, Marge Schroder the 4-10, Ly- Under the plan, the fisherman would buy a license in his home state. Within 10 days thereafter he would take his license to the local post office and buy a Federal stamp which would permit him to fish In all national parks. The Secretary of Interior, under the measure, would be empowered to negotiate interstate compacts which would recognize the Federal stamp. States within the compact group would divide receipts from the national stamp sale on a yet-to-be-formulated formula. Miller believes the law would stimulate fishing Interest, provide additional license Income to many states and add much indirect income through gas taxes, motel and camp fees, etc CiNUNNAH (toy mfr.) gals went over the top 276 finale gave Bud Drain a 681 for Bowl-A-Way Lanes in Bowl-A-Way's Super. Jerry Ehrnschwender had 656 for Canada Dry. tin the 7-9-10, Pat Frederick the 2-7-10, Dot Yauch the 3- 7-10, Barbara Blythe the 4- 6-9-10. ships im.r rO OKLAHOMA THE SCHEDULED TRANSCONTINENTAL MOTOR CARRIER STROH'S BEER'S famous traveling bowling team will appear at two local lanes this weekend. It will roll at Strikes it Spares in the Mid west Doubles Classic at p. m. tonight and at Hoinke Lanes twice tomor-! row, in the Singles Classic at 1:10 p. m. and In the team event at 3:15 p. m. Tony Lindeman (215 average), George Howard (225), Bob Strampe (223), Tom Harnisch (217), Bob Crawford (218) and Jim Schroder (213) make up the stroh squad. AUTO AIR CONDITIONER (THURSDAY NIGHT) ST. LOUIS LOS ANGELES AR H pen Crammas.2b 4 1 0billiam.3b SDencerss 3 O 0Neal.2b Cleveland Fans May Miss Beer CLEVELAND, Ohio, 'Vpril 15 (UPI) Beer-drinking baseball fans may go thirsty when the Cleveland Indians open the season at the stadium Tuesday. i The possibility arose when it was learned that Indian apolis Sports Service Inc., holder of a new concession contract at the stadium, may not be able to get its permit until April 28. "We were unable to apply for the permit until Cleveland s 1 g n e d the contract last Wednesday," an attorney for the concession firm said. "And there Is a 15-day waiting period. We are checking 'to see whether that 15-day Japs Featured In Mat Show Kinji Shibuya and Mltsu Arakawa wrestle against Wilbur Snyder and Cowbov Bobby Ellis In a Japanese style, judo-jacket match that headlines the Cincinnati Wrestling Club's card tonight at Cincinnati Garden. First bout, Is at 8:30 p. m. The semi-wlndup has Bobo Brazil taking on Baron Got- tonl. Other matches find The Volkoff brothers, Boris and Nlcoli, facing the Brunettl brothers, Joe and Guy, In a special added tag team bout, The Sheik meeting Nick Bockwinkel and Terry Ranier going against June Byers. Garden officials said plenty of good seats remain. 1 Coofag fottt hi tti po t PHi almost viry makt tangtr compartment. car station wagons Coolt you, not th angina pick ups . . . tranifarrable hood. on trade. Six cool air outlets for Nationwide service. Over Ml car cooling or con- 800 factory authorize) centrahon on one teat. (mARK35E) distributor and lerviea centers. AUTO AIR CONDITIONING Low Monthly Terms $2499S up GET OUR PRE-SEASON INSTALLATION SPECIAL! Writ or Phone for Free Literature! HARRISON TIRE & RUBBER f N.E. COR, C0UR1 and RACE STS. PA 1-5690 Burton. rf Bover 3b Nteman.lf Flood cf 2 ' 0 Vloon.lf 0 OlSmder.rf Aaqner.rf.lf 4 Smith .c 3 c-Crowe O d-Miller O Johnson 0 Klinf.o 3 VcDaniel.D O e-Saatski 1 B-idges.o O Duliba.D O 1 I 2 0 O 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O 0 O 0 f-Es&egtdn g-PignjUno 9oseboro,c Davis. cf ' a-larkar b-lilli .s h-Amoros 0 OtPodres.o 0 0 Robuck, 1 1 O 0 0 0 i-Furillo Yotali AB H RBI 4 1 0 1 O 4 O 3 I 1 1 0 0 4 2 2 0 3 1 2 0 1 0 O 0 h A 3 o oj play today in the Greensboro O 0 o;period can be waived." o 0 i 0 Greensboro Open GREENSBORO, N, C, April o15 Scores of the leaders gi after the second round oiOpen: of 28 4 Smatt, Whit. Sulphur Sarlnts 68-66-134 Bob Goalby. Crystal River Fla. 6946-135 lan Woodward, Sydney. Australia 67-70-137 Thorne Wood. Ashebora. N. C. 66-72-138 Gary Player. Jo'buri, S. Africa 70-68-138 Sydney, Australia e-5-uv Sacramento, Calif. 71-6V-M0 r.,; o.u u i. - it ti j.aian Leonora, Vancouver, D. v. rj-iw-i'i r 'T i, ' n I?0 ' V ""-ell. Oc-side. C.lil. 72-6.-14.; wh.n ,.;., irnVirf r o.k UDOolph. Clarksvllle. Jann. 71-0-HI; Tr.f'T Al Baldin,, Crystal River, Fla. 71-70-14!1 ?L l.0UJ5. 000 m 001 -21 Johnny Pott. Shrev. port la. . 70-72-142 10S ANGELES 000 000 102 3iDoue Sanders. Miami Reach, Fla. 71-71-142 E Soencer. P0-A St. Louis 1 , In. J. Boros. Sovtharn Pines. N. C 70-72-142 Angflts 27-14 fona out when winning run'B- Crampton Sydney Australia 74-68-14? Totals 32 9 21 A Hit Into torteout for Willi in 7th. I-Ran for Larker in 7th. C .Intentinnallv walked for Smith in 9fh. D Ran for Crowe si in 9th. E Singled for McDaniel in 9th. fp.'i r.mer iSCOred in ninthr HP-Willc rri Hnnit . traumas, jiuwfr and Vusial; Neal, lillls and Hodgrs. LOB-St. Louis 7. Los Angeles 7. 2B Musial. IB-HaHh.! WB lai,., Snider. SB-White. S-Roeboro. PITCHING RECORD 0. Whitt Borreeo Sprinas. Calif. 71-71-142 Brad Anderson. Greensboro 73-69-142 Al Bestelinlc Grossinger. N. T. 70-73-143 Charles Prentice. Columbia. S. C. 72-71-143 Mike Souchak. Grossinger, N. T. 73-70-143 Gordon Jones, Atlantis. Fla. 73-71-144 n C...-.1.- c. i r.ui ti j n i IP H R ERBBSO'cjj: ..-.I u: - i:. ' 11 11 uj ..'111? ? J C. Goasie Knoivilla. Tenn. 72-72-144 Klme t"l 1 1 i.,A ':" 1 Via i John Ruedi, Wilmington. N. C. 71-73-144 (L' 0-11 U ? 9 Millar Barbae. El Dorado Ark. 74-70-144 Poi-es 71', 7 I 1 ? ? "l SmiM', Greensboro .. 73-71-144 RoZlk (w,. 10) i4 2 1 1 1 J ' t) (.h it c u,o n . lL . , iHrnning. Johannesburg, S. Africa 75-70-145 WP Ouhba. U Burkharj. Vargo. Con-Mac Mai Danvill. Va. 73-72-145 Ian and Oonatelh. T 2:42. A-21.364 1 Jerry Pitt-an T-U Ok'a 73-72-145 , , 'Krn C'-nihr" i-.nn Muss. 7-71-1"3 p.l v.-l o -H Y 71" ' l)K Vh SArH Y To-n N'.onrte an..l N Y ft V JnrLL 1 I Jim Ferree. Civslal River Fla 74 71 AND I960 OPEL I S UHTS WE SELL'' MORE IlECAilSE we elil mm LESS WITH U THE BUICK EASY OWNERSHIP PLAN" THIS YEAR OUR SALES ARE UP 51 THERE MUST BE A REASON CHECK WITH US BEFORE YOU BUY i HI P(y) MOTOR CO., INC. 1010 GILBERT AVE. 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