The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on March 19, 1963 · Page 2
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IRE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, March 19, IMS Blue Monday For Hurlers; 26 Home Runs In 10 Games rtv SHELDON SAKOWITZ Associated Press Sports Writer It's getting to be that time of the baseball spring training season when the batters start catching up with the pitchers and begin to find that home run range. The sluggers went on a home run barrage in the 10 major league exhibition games along the grapefruit and cactus circuit Mon- day, accounting for 26 round-trippers. . .Catcher Johnny Orsino of Baltimore set the pace with three homers as the unbeaten Orioles rang up their ninth straight victory in nipping the Cincinnati Reds 4-3 in Tampa. Orsino, a husky right handed swinger, drove in all the Birds' runs. Detroit To Try For Olympics By WILL GRIMSLEY Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)-The city of Detroit has won the opening skirmish but may lose the battle in its bid to hold the 1968 Olympic Games. Reaffirmed by the U.S. Olympic Committee as the American city most qualified to make the pitch, the world's motor capital was not overly optimistic over its chances of selling itself to the International Olympic Committee. The Detroit delegation, headed by Gov. George Romney of Michigan and Mayor Jerome P. Cavanaugh, was elated when the city was chosen over four others Monday by the USOC board of directors, but the spearhead of the drive added a sobering note. "We will be definite underdogs before the IOC next October," said Fred C. Matthaei, Sr., chairman of the Detroit Olympic Committee. "It's no secret that the IOC is heavily European flavored. Also, our cause has been hurt by our internal battles — first, the AAU-NCAA power war and then this fight between Los Angeles and Detroit for the site." The IOC is expected to pick the 1968 Olympic site at its meeting in Nairobi, Kenya, next October. Besides Detroit, cities bidding include Mexico City, Buenos Aires, Vienna, Lausanne and Lyons, France. Exhibition Baseball By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Monday's Results New York (N) 1, New York (A) 0 Milwaukee 1, Washington 0, 11 innings Kansas City 4, Pittsburgh 4, 12 innings, darkness Baltimore 4, Cincinnati 3 Philadelphia 6, Minnesota 5, 13 innings Chicago (A) 5, Los Angeles 4 Detroit 8, St. Louis 5 Cleveland 16, Chicago (N) 6 Houston 14, San Francisco 5 Los Angeles (A) 7, Boston 1 NBA Playoffs Open Tonight SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) - The Syracuse Nationals and the Cincinnati Royals opened the 1963 National Basketball Association Playoffs tonight with the first game of the best-of-5 Eastern Division semifinals. The winner will meet the Boston Celtics, Eastern Division champions, in the division's final playoffs. The Western Division semifinal playoffs begin Wednesday night at St. Louis with the Hawks playing the Detroit Pistons. Final NCAA Game To Be Televised LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - The finale of the National Collegiate Basketball championship tournament Saturday night will be telecast nationally for the first time since 1954, the NCAA disclosed today. A spokesman said Sports Network Inc., an independent company which bought package telecast rights for the 1963 tournament, expects up to 140 television outlets to carry the game, which begins at 9:35 p.m., EST. "More than 100 stations already have signed up and we're told the figure could reach 140," the spokesman said. "Sports network estimates that the telecast will be available to at least 90 per cent of the nation's viewing audience." The nation's 1-2-3 teams—Cincinnati, Duke, -and Chicago Loyola— along, with Oregon State have advanced to the national semifinals and finals, which begin at massive Freedom Hall here Friday night. The" semifinals, matching Duke against Chicago Loyola and Cincinnati, the two-time defending champion, against Oregon State, will be telecast by Sports Network on a regional basis. J GILLETTE J ^ Super Power Bar ^ • Tractor Tires • J See Us for J J PAST, EFFICIENT J J TIRE SERVICE J J on All Tractors! • T 110 West 4th St. T T Right Down Town T •€«••• * Fir * * • * Jam S Supply, Inc. I J CH *44K J Repair Barber County Lake Major repairs were undertaken during February on the Barber County State Lake. Work included the repair of concrete facing on the dam, filling of voids under the facing, rip rap and general re-shaping of the facing on the dam. During the same period, exten sive maintenance work was being done on roads around the lake This included grading, gravel sur facing and installation of drain age structures. Certain trails and unnecessary roads have been eliminated are the road system changed to pro vide better access to the lake Six circuit clouts were struck in he Houston-San Francisco slug- est at Phoenix, Ariz., with the Colts whipping the Giants 14-5 with 5 runs in the eighth inning and 7 in the ninth. Jim Wynn, Ellis Burton and George Williams clubbed home runs for Houston while. Ed Bailey laced two and Jose Cardenal one for the Giants. The Chicago Cubs hit four homers—including a pair by Nelson Mathews—but dropped their eighth game in 10 outings as the Cleveland Indians prevailed 16-6 at Nogales, Ariz. Ron Santo and Billy Williams were the other Chicago distance swingers. Tito Francona homered for the Indians who slammed out 15 or more hits "or the third game in a row. Rocky Colavito, Norm Cash and 3us Triandos clicked for round- trippers in the Detroit Tigers' 8-5 victory over (he St. Louis Cards at Lakeland, Fla. The Bengals annexed their fourth straight, giv- ng Bob Anderson his third win of the spring. Deacon Jones' home run in the sixth inning off Sandy Kcufax enabled the Chicago White Sox to edge the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-4 at Sarasota, Fla. It was the only earned run off the hard-throwing southpaw, who struck out 13 bat- iers — including the last five he 'aced—in a seven-inning stint. Ron Fairly walloped a homer for the Dodgers. Cookie Rojas' homer with two out in the 13th inning off Bill ""leis gave the Philadelphia Phils 6-5 squeaker over the Minnesota Twins at Orlando, Fla. Bob Allison had a three-run homer for the Twins, his third of the citrus :ampaign. •Lee Thomas' three-run home run powered the Los Angeles An- ?els to a 7-1 conquest over Boston at Palm Springs, Calif. Frank Malzone's smash over the wall accounted for. the lone Red Sox off Dean Chance, who worked six innings for the Angels. The Kansas City A's and the Pittsburgh Pirates played a 4-4 tie that was called at the end of 12 innings because of darkness at Fort Myers, Fla. Julio Gotay hit the game's only home run for the Buccaneers. The sparkling 1-0 pitching duels offset the home run outburst. The New York Mets blanked the New York Yankees 1-0 at St. Petersburg, Fla., as Roger Craig and Al Jackson combined for a five- Wtter. Larry Burright singled home the winning run in the seventh inning. The Yanks' Ralph Terry held the Mets scoreless in hurling the first six innings. Washington catcher Ken Retzer's error on a throw to the plate in the llth inning provided the Milwaukee Braves with an unearned run and a 1-0 verdict over the Senators at West Palm Beach, Fla. Lou Burdette, Tony Cloninger and Hank Fischer scattered five hits in blanking the Nats. Apply Famous Scott's Turf Builder Now! For a famous Scott's Lawn next Spring cover 5,000 sq. feet for only $4.95 and use our Scott's Spreader. Free at Your Scott Dealer RAIN AND SPRING TRAINING - The game was called, 'cause of the weather, and you can only stand there in the "clubhouse" door wondering when it's going to clear and the infield will be dry. So it is these drizzly days with this young Ottawan and many like him. (Herald Photo) Topekans Take Pin Lead With Record 3054 Series LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP)-The Topeka Budweisers took the Class A team lead in the Kansas Men's Bowling Tournament over the weekend with a 3,054 series, the highest ever recorded in the state meet. The former high was 3,008 set last year. The Topekans shot games of 1,009, 1,058 and 987. Rich Tafoya led the way with a 671 series. Skeet Smith had 646, Don Domme 592, Les Logan 591 and George Grant 554. . The 24th annual tournament will be run off on weekends through May 19, with the exception of Easter. Teams bowl on Saturday's and singles and doubles perform on Sunday. In second place in the Class A team competition were the Wichita Frontier Marshals with 3,016, followed by Topeka Midway Auto with 2,908. Other leaders: Class A Doubles—J. Burton-W. Morton, Lawrence, 1,201; L. Logan-R.Taf- oya, Topeka, 1,193; D. Dennis-D. Unshied, Manhattan, 1183. Singles—L. Mannebach, Wichita 672; R. Tafoya, Topeka, 656; J. Hill, Leavenworth, 647. All-events—R. Tafoya, Topeka, 1957; J. Stanberry, Wichita, 1852; L. Wabaunsee, Topeka, 1822. Class B Team — Topeka Senne, 2805; lahner-Forman & Coles, Great Bend, 2698; Holiday Bowl, Salina, 2681. Doubles — J. Kohler-D. Ewing, Kansas City, 1193; J. Arensberg- P. Beauchamp, Lawrence, 1154; F. Lambert-C. Kleppe, Hiawatha, 1140. Singles — T. Hall, Coffeyville, ANNOUNCEMENT Clarence McFadden Opening a new Electrical Contracting business in Ottawa for work in Ottawa and surrounding area. Coll "Mac" to Better Your with Housepower nitons •»• greater convenience! End electrical annoyances with full house- power. Start enjoying full value of electrical living; with plenty of wiring, outlets and switches, you can operate all your appliances. Call for a wiring survey today! McFADDEN ELECTRIC Phone CH 2-2971 Ottawa 621; M. Thompson, Robinson, 614; A. Hale, Atwood, 605. All-events—M. Thompson, Robinson, 1787; L. Dennis, Kingman, 1783; 0. Watkins, Plainville, 1712. Class C Team—Kingman Geddes, 2542; Neodesha Hoobles, 2500; Humboldt Western Auto, 2457. Doubles — B. Evans-S. Fretz, Wichita, 1106; H. Vagts-H. McElroy, Sterling, 1084; E. Howard-G. Webster, Coffeyville, 1048. Singles—E. Buerskens, El Dorado, 571; D. Owens, Topeka, 559; R. Stanley, Coffeyville, 554. All-events - P. Welsh, Wichita, 1620; D. Owens, Topeka, 1596; J. Betty, Kiowa, 1564. • By JIM BECKER Associated PRM Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)-The Pheasants in Minnesota are fat in October. George Halas of the Chicago Bears has a lot of friends in the oil business. The San Francisco Giants may get into the World Series again. These are all factors affecting a high stakes checker game being played these days on the 23rd floor of a building in Rockefeller Center in New York. The checker players are National Football League Commissioner Pete Rozelle and his crew. They are busy drawing up the 1963 schedule for the 14 teams in the NFL, currently the biggest wheel in sports. Stakes include the hopes of coaches, players and fans, more than $15 million in gate receipts, and television contracts worth almost half that much. "An ideal schedule," said Rozelle, "would result in mass confusion in the standings in the first third of the season, a shaking down in the second and the drive for the titles in the third. "We like to start off with weak teams against weak, strong against strong. Pro football isn't like baseball or basketball, with their long seasons, where a team can have a few bad weeks and still win. A few bad weeks in the NFL and title hopes are gone." The basic schudle problem seems simple enough. The teams are divided into two seven-team divisions. Each plays the others in its division twice, making 12 games, plus two with teams in the other group. The season opens Sept. 15 and closes Dec. 15. But when Rozelle opens his big schedule checker board and starts moving around the colored discs that represent the teams, th. problems begin to pop. up. First, the board is liberally sprinkled with "Xs" — meaning that day is out, at that site. Baseball contributes .the most "X's" since ten NFL teams share quarters with baseball clubs, which rules out many dates until that season ends. Then add these factors: Green Bay, Cleveland, Pittsburgh and Minnesota. No game the last weekend in October in Minnesota—the pheasant season opens then. A game in Chicago Nov. 10, when the annual National Petroleum Conference meets. But, please, not the champion Packers, because Wrigley Field is already sold out and Bear owner Halas' oil friends will all demand seats for that game. Stay out of World Series towns. But which teams will be in it? The current guess at NFL headquarters is the New York Yankees and the Giants, with a hedge if the Los Angeles Dodgers come through. The checkers get moved here, there, are replaced. "There's one. consolation," Rozelle said, "with the balance in the league, and a surprise team almost every year, it's just about impossible to go very far wrong on the schedule." For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobOw See Dean Berlin. Aqent 109 E. Second Phone CH 2-2804 OTTAWA BOWL . Main Phone CH 2-9741 BRUNSWICK IOOF No. 84—» 1st 2nd O. Morrison 120 128 E. Lowrance 166 149 O. Breckenrldge . . 180 199 L. Turner 138 142 F. Humner 157 211 First National Bank—1 N. Brown 155 183 R. Kamp 185 164 D. Brown 164 134 0. Page :. 193 188 G. Domnantsh 146 125 Helen ft Bill'. Cafe—3 J. Doty 175 158 R. Shultz 192 224 H. Doman 161 189 B. Wenthe 204 195 D. Heckman 150 156 Hnbbard Lumber—1 B. Jones 158 177 R. Carey 125 178 L. Cordle '.'... 149 1(0 R. Davis 206 181 R. Crane 140 189 Maloney'k—3 1. McFadden 149 133 J. Swlnehart 113 132 C. Foster 140 112 C. McFadden 128 134 G. McFadden 192 166 McCracken—2 O. Fllnsbaugh .. .. 189 165 B. Spatz 136 123 P. McCracken .. .. 131 154 R. Bettge 168 197 C. McDaniels 176 203 3rd Ttl. 133 381 150 465 180 557 192 472 190 558 160 498 175 524 154 452 198 579 174 445 1853 513 211 627 149 499 232 631 212 518 159 494 142 445 140 449 155 542 137 466 145 427 124 639 154 408 147 409 152 510 171 525 136 395 140 425 158 523 196 575 MONDAY NIGHT LADIES Lee's Cafe—4 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. M. Weldner 139 161 127 427 M. Smay 131 127 117 375 V. Ferguson 155 150 155 460 M. Ainswortb 132 166 176 474 Ottawa Bids. * Loan—0 D. Toumberlin .. .. 122 143 B. Spatz 130 197 R. Mclntosh 125 118 C. Honn 150 115 Betty B's—3 R. Carlson 175 160 W. Cooper 93 106 D. Smith .. .'.." 139 111 J. Isham 103 118 P. White 182 134 Nltcher's Floor Service—1 V. Dodd 172 139 H. Shofner 135 91 A. Evey 122 115 D. Johnson Ill 145 M. Brandon 140 104 112 377 146 473 124 367 148 413 182 SIT 99 298 106 356 ll'O 331 158 474 132 443 92 318 144 381 113 369 126 370 Elks—1 E. Crandall 124 E. Strickland 165 M. Lewis 168 Ottawa Bowl—8 A. Fredeen 115 E. Crawford .. .... 118 V. Bloomer 126 J. Speer 147 M. Kamp 142 117 112 353 135 146 448 155 151 474 168 108 391 140 120 378 127 140 393 159 144 450 144 153 431 Has V-8...will really travel! Just out! A hot new V-8 to add new fire to the Comet fun-and-sun line. We call it the Cyclone 260 V-8. You'll call it a pistol! It's available in any Comet—jaunty convertibles, sedans with Comet's classic roof line, station wagons, racy bucket-seat S-22's, and Comet's newest, the rakish Sportster hardtop. And Comet adds to your fun with new service-savers that greatly reduce operating costs for brakes, anti-freeze, oil and lubrication. No wonder Comet holds the top resale value record in its class. 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