The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 2, 1963 · Page 2
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Ottawa, Kansas
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Tuesday, April 2, 1963
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mrr. THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, April 2, 1963 Topekans' 2691 Pins High In Women's State Tourney HUTCHINSON (AP)-Ncw leaders took over in open class team, doubles and singles competition in the women's state bowling tournament Saturday and Sunday. The Five Caricatures, Topeka, gained the top spot in open team play with 2,691. Dottie Dumler, Russell, bowled a 649 for the open division singles lead. Lois Webb and Donnie Everhert, S a 1 i n a, totaled a whopping 1228 pins for first place in the open doubles. Joyce Dalio, Ellsworth, moved into first in Class B. Singles with 586. All scores are scratch. Leaders, after five weeks of the eight-week tournament are: Teams Open — The Five Caricatures, Topeka, 2,691; Pittsburg Sauer's 2,672; Salina Bishops 2,602. Class A—Kansas City Skrad- skis 2,564; Wichita Ed's Garage 2,522; Kansas City Tom's 2,500. Class B—Wichita Derby Bowl Bowl 2,418; Wichita Sr^Jls 2,384; Manhattan Jensen's 2,373. Class C—Russell Somers 2,2340 Sublette Lucas 2,235; Enterprise Dunham's 2,207. Class D—Wichita Enmar 2,170; Oswego Eichorn 2,129; Eureka Coca Cola 2,423. Doubles Open—Lis Webb-Donnie Everhart Salina, 1,180; Helen Weight- Louise Barton, Topeka, 1,172 Louise Barton, Topeka, 1,172 Wichita, 1,156. Class A—Audrey Gardner-Ann Lira, Wichita, 1,079; Maggie Biggs-Eula Houscr, Wichita, 1,072; Marlene Hicks-Greta Spencer, Wichita, Joyce Rich - Karen Jochems, Dodge City, and Theda Debes, Cleora McCurdy, Great Bend, all 1,063. Class B — Pat Wilson-Cora Faye Hough, Abilene, 1,048; Marlene Gamble - Etta Taylor, Hutchinson, 1,036; Merle Reale- Dorothy Dambler, Salina, 1,035. Class C — Lois Nickel, Norma McDowell, Salina, 1,020; Carol Stiles-Mildred Wilson, Lamed, 1,003; Billie Morse-Loretta Culver, McPherson, 999. Class D—Dorothy Cutler-Hazel Stewart, Scott City, 983; Shirley Jensen-Sarah Jensen, Concordia, 958; Beulah Solomon - Dot Wall, Wichita, 935. '-:- r \ Singles; Open—Dottie Dumler, Russell, 649; Jean Finlay, Topeka, 629; Gladys Heminger, Salina, 622. Class A—Sharon Eubanks, Kansas City, 634; Carolyn Howard, Kansas City, 624; Mary Ann Rowlings, McPherson, 607. Class B — Joyce Dalio, Ellsworth, 586; Jacelyn Gay, Augusta, 573; Ruby Christie, Wichita, 565. Class C—Mary Ann Froelich Dighton, 534; Barbara Hester, Lawrence, and Carol Ware, McPherson, 529. Class D — Helen Sourk, Wetmore, 502; Elaine Topping, St. Francis, 495; Loreno Deighton, Salina, 493. Open — Donnie Eyerhart, Salina, 1,788; Jean Finlay, Topeka, 1,764; Jeanette Malone, Salina, 1,714. Class A — Camella Haviland, Dodge City, 1,667; Sharon Eubanks, Kansas City, 1,598; Marlene Gamble, Hutchinson, 1,583. Class B—Bernice Barnes, Wichita, 1,600; Joyce Dalio, Ellsworth, 1,581; Maxine Thompson, Russell, 1,559. Class C—Mary Ann Froelich, Russell, 1,567; Billie Morse, McPherson 1,498; Sadie Stinmetz, Kiowa, 1,481. Class D—Gloria Vusich, Kansas City, 1,437; Thelma Brown, Independence, 1,387; Lucille Scovell, Oswego, 1,337. Golf Must Be Silly To The Jackasses KANSAS CITY (AP)-A golfer lines up an expensive putt carefully, and just as he taps the ball a raucous "nee haw" shatters the silence. The putt goes wild, of course, and so does the golfer. That's how it's been since some jackasses started hanging around the 17th green at Hillcrest Golf Club. About 25 mules in a pasture adjoining the course have an uncanny knowledge of when to express their opinion of golf. They not only comment on the putting on the 17th, but also have their eye on the nearby 18th tee. Like when Gene Tuel got safely through the 17th with the match in his foursome already won. His three victims suggested playing the 18th double-or-nothing, and Tuel agreed. On the tee, Tuel was in his backswing when a loud bray split the still air. The result—a big push out of bounds and no profit for the day. Mrs. William Hare had this comment after she and two companions three-putted the 17th to the tune of derisive brays: "They are loud, but they are not gentlemen." OU Golfers Drop Match The Ottawa University golfers lost a match to Central Missouri Teachers College of Warrensburg here yesterday, 13 to 2. Medalist for the 18-hole match was Ron Yeager of Warrensburg, with a 78. Don Bohling led the Ottawa players with an 80, and Ottawa's second best score was an 88 by Don Thummell. This afternoon the Ottawa University tennis players will meet Baker University's tennis squad in a match at Baldwin. ever f WIUIMMS House PAINT • Stretche. the years between paint jobs • For all types of exterior surfaces • Easier than ever to apply • Beautiful, fade-resistant colon • Endorsed by leading painters • Your best buy PMCM m* Htftl INAMIL or and outdoor wood ud eemtnt floor., Jeta and .Up.. Stand, up mule, •MfB weather and wo«r. Ottawa Lumber Co. Bob McCret, Manager 1516 8. Main CH 2-1196 Richmond Boys Hurt In Game Two Richmond High School boys are in Garnett Hospital for treatment of injuries suffered in a baseball game yesterday afternoon. The game was between Richmond High and Greeley High and was played at Richmond. During the game James Garber, a sophomore, and James Schwegman, a freshman, both attempted to field a fly ball and ran together. Garber's left wrist was fractured, and he suffered facial cuts. Schwegman has a head injury, the seriousness of which has not been determined, but he was to have X-ray examination today. Garber is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Garber and Schwegman is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schwegman. Bailey Has Kind Words For Dark By JOE REICIILER Associated Press Sports Writer BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (AP)Ed Bailey should have been a happy man last winter. The Giants had brought the first National League pennant to San Francisco and the veteran catcher had played a prominent role, hitting 17 home runs, including one on the final day of the regular season, in a limited num ber of games. But shortly after the World Series, Bailey contacted manager Alvin Dark and requested he be traded. The request was not made in anger. It was not one of these "play me or trade me" ultimatums. "I didn't want to leave the Gi ants," Bailey said today. "They are a fine organization and they have treated me well. But I did not play as much as I would have liked last year. And I knew the same thing would be in store for me this year. We have one of the finest young catchers in base ball in Tom Haller and the club figured to play him more than me because of his youth, as well as ability. "I told Dark I felt it would be better for both of us if I were traded. I knew there were several clubs interested in me and would play me regularly. At 31, I felt I could still catch 140 or so games a year. If not with the Giants, then with some other club. "Dark understood how I felt but said he was counting on me for the '63 season. Instead of trading me, he went to bat for me and helped me get a raise. It's not ever manager who goes to bat for a .232 hitter and I'll always be grateful to Dark for that." The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. J GILLETTE 4 Super Power Bar • Tractor Tires J See Us for J FAST, EFFICIENT J TIRE SERVICE J* on All Tractors! T 110 Went 4th St T Right Down Town T •C^ M * rire * • {Mill S Supply, Inc. ^ CH RELAY AWARDS — Orlis Cox, Ottawa Relays director, looks at trophies to be given to winning teams and individuals in Friday and Saturday's events that will bring about 85 Class AA, Class A and Blass B schools and about 1,000 athletes to Ottawa. Relays are sponsored by Ottawa High School, Ottawa University and Ottawa Chamber of Commerce. Chamber of Commerce buys trophies and member jewelers take turns ordering them. Trophies are on display this year at Arnold's Jewelry, 312 S. Main. (Herald Photo) Maris Injury Severe LAKELAND, Fla. (AP)—Slugger Roger Maris hit the liniment bottle today, the latest addition to a growing injury list that threatens to send the world champion New York Yankees out for the opening day of the baseball season next week with a somewhat makeshift line-up. Maris, the 61-homer hammerer of 1961 who led the Yankees in runs batted in with 100 last season, pulled a hamstring muscle in his left leg Monday while making a diving catch of a line drive in a 3-2 exhibition triumph over Detroit here. "I guess I won't be able to play until the World Series," Maris cuipped as he lay on a dressing room table undergoing a poking and prodding process by trainer Joe Scares that obviously had the Yankee outfielder in pain. Soares said the injury appeared to be so severe that Maris was definitely out for the remainder of the exhibition season and likely would not be ready for the Yankees' season opener a week from today. Maris will undergo whirlpool treatments and may be sent home to rest. Mamie And Bo To Wed SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP)-Southpaw Bo Belinsky of the Los Angeles Angels says he's planning on marrying actress Mamie Van Doren, but hasn't gotten around to buying her a ring. "She's my kind of girl," the pitcher said in explaining his intentions. "I like her a lot. In fact, I'm mad about her, but things are too unstable to think of a wedding date now." "I'm just plain nutty about Bo," Miss Van Doren said in Hollywood when told that Belinsky had announced his engagement. "We became engaged last Sunday night in Palm Springs, but I thought we were going to make a joint announcement when Bo returned home with the Angels for the weekend series with the Dodgers. He was going to buy me a ring in Las Vegas. I like him better than any man I've met before." COLLEGE RESULTS Baseball Missouri 7, Centenary (La) 2 Arkansas 15, Kansas 7 Emporia State 74, Rockhurst 5-3 The Friendly Store Why walk when You Con Ride? AMERICA'S Finest Aiding Mower New? RED RIDER M-4 No Money Down 34950 3.45 Ptr Wt*k Look! Mora power—-every deluxe feature. Heavy duty automotive type trans- minion. Larger 25" blade. Power for steep grades and hills. Mulcher. M-S6M Apply Scotts Turf Builder Now! For a Famous Scott Lawn This Spring $4.95 Bag Covers 5,000 Square Feet lit* Our Sprtadtr Frtt Set The Compktt Scotts Lawn Cart Program at Gambits $20,000 Kitty LAFAYETTE, La. (AP)-The Cajun Classic Invitational Golf Tourney will be played here Nov. 21-24 with a total of $20,000 in prize money. Bowling Roundup H&B Rolls 2847; Esther At Her Best A nifty team series on the men's side and a sweet individual showing by a woman were highlights of last night's bowling. The team glory goes to Helen & Bill's Cafe which rolled a 2847 scratch in the Brunswick League at the Ottawa Bowl. It included a 640 by Dave Heckman and a 616 by Bill Wenthe. Esther Crawford had never bowled a 200 line or 500 series un- ti] last night. And she did it right on the nose, a 500 series with a 200 line in it for the Ottawa Bowl team which beat Ottawa Savings & Loan, 4-0, in the Monday Night Ladies League at the Ottawa Bowl. Duke Snider Sold To Mots ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP)Duke Snider, the king of Flatbush, is headed hack to the city that gave him the royal treatment— both cheers and boos— joining seven other former Dodger teammates on the New York Mets. His waist a little wider and his hair a little whiter, the 36-year old slugger who spent 11 years in a Brooklyn uniform and 16 years as a Dodger, officially was sold to the Mets Monday night for a price in the 130,000-40,000 neighborhood. Snider, whose lifetime National- League achievements include a .300 batting average, 1,995 hits, 1,271 runs batted in and 389 horn ers, plans to spend a few days with his family in Fallbrook, Calif., before joining the Mets. Esther's 500 series helped tht team .post a 2249 series. Helen It Bill's swept four points from First National Bank with ts solid series. Heckman scored lines of 231-210-199 for his 640. Wenthe's ines were of 182-221-213. Contri- rations from teammates were 521 by Jules Doty, 524 by Red Schultz and 546 by Howard Doman. The team posted games of 939, 984 and 924. Maxine Lewis was the spark, with a 210 line and 486 series, in the Elks Ladies' 3-1 victory over Nitcher Floor Service in the Ladies League. Other team results and individual scores in the Ladies and Brunswick Leagues appear elsewhere on this page. OTTAWA BOWL 41SV 2 N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 MONDAY NIGHT LADIES Betty B's—1 1st 2nd 3rd R. Carlson 123 173 162 W. Casper 88 103 95 J. Isham 113 124 119 B. Carey 76 68 117 Lee's Cafe— 3 M. Weidner 162 153 146 V. Ferguson S. Ferguson Nitcher'i Floor Serv, E. Whitacre H. Shofner A. Evey D. Johnson M. Brandon Elk's Ladles—3 Crandall Ogle Brady Strickland Lewis 112 113 139 116 118 88 .—1 108 118 131 125 126 119 128 140 140 111 100 99 165 155 142 103 169 155 170 146 140 98 1'02 119 138 177 162 136 141 209 Ottawa Savings & Loan—0 D. Toumberlln ... 152 117 133' M. Barber 108 112 129 B. Spatz 129 113 134 R. Mclntosh 91 156 98 C. Bonn 150 121 140 Ottawa Bowl—I D. Doman 147 143 124 A. Fredeen 176 150 132 E. Crawford 200 149 151 V. Bloomer 125 162 142 J. Speer 168 158 112 Ttl. 460 287 356 261 461 364 322 357 370 408 310 462 427 456 319 477 486 420 349 376 345 411 414 458 500 429 448 BRUNSWICK Hubbard Lumber—4 1st 2nd B. Jones 157 200 R. Carey 149 120 L. Cordle 115 158 R. Davis 162 179 R. Crane 211 165 Mobile Home Serrlce—0 I. McFadden 143 138 J. Swinchart 123 166 C. Foster 141 93 H. Tucker 136 126 G. McFadden 152 167 First National Bank—0 N. Brown 161 143 R. Sbisler 159 183 D. Brown 154 130 M. Allen 181 205 Q. Domnanish .. .. 158 127 Helen It Billi Cafe—I J. Doty 145 202 R. Schultz 173 182 H. Doman 208 169 B. Wenthe 182 221 D. Heckman 231 210 McCracken Elee.—1 J, Taylor .. 1 188 191 B. Spatz 132 114 F. Ferguson . 176 154 R. Bettge 187 138 C. McDanlels ..... 146 122 IOOF No. 24— 3 O. Morrison 157 138 E. Lowrance Ill 128 O. Breckenrldge . .. 160 155 L. Turner 180 162 3rd Ttl 154 511 137 406 135 408 174 515 175 551 142 423 131 420 113 347 148 410 162 481 193 497 160 502 145 429 152 538 136 421 174 521 169 524 169 546 213 616 199 640 153 512 120 366 156 486 306 531 150 418 125 420 ! 204 443 ! 193 508 150 492 I SflDUTZ 'Best&Test' 9atinTone Latex Wall Paint SALE »Sa Medallion* SATIN ENAMEL SALE'll* Decorators Latex Wall Paint SALE $ 3§8 WIN Grand Tour of EUROPE for Two This is the clinic vacatim »ey'« dreamed about to often. Smit- teen fabulous days for two In Londin, Amsterdam, Parti, Madrid and Lisbon. And It's all so oasy. 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