The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 9, 1963 · Page 2
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iKWWBHlWaifKIlll^wn 5 ^*^^ B5^I*S3Ripn«>*^TW«VT-*' l *J<^V«^^ tHE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, April *, 1969 earing Uniform 'hrill For Stan Lobinson rives Reds Start By MIKE RATHET 'Associated Press Sports Writer Cincinnati Manager Fred Hutchinson played a punctuation game in his player rating book today, jf straightening the question marks % following the names of Frank Robinson Gene Freese and Pete Rose into big, fat exclamation points. Robinson provided the power and Freese and Rose handled the finesse as the Reds began their bid for the National League pennant with a 5-2 victory Monday over the revamped Pittsburgh Pirates in the traditional baseball opener before 28,896 at Crosley Field. The Reds made good use of their head start as Robinson belted a first-inning two-run homer that sent Cincinnati ahead to stay while Rose and Freese piled up the doubleplays in support of Jim O'Toole's six-hit pitching. Robinson hit under .200 last April and seemed headed for another slow start when he came up with a sore shoulder in spring training. But the slugging outfielder who wound up batting .342 with 39 homers and 136 runs batted in as the Reds finished third last year, slashed a line drive in his first at bat, off Pittsburgh starter Earl Francis. Freese, virtually a complete loss to the Reds last year after he suffered a broken leg in spring training, legged out an infield hit in a twr>run second inning uprising and moved well on the double- play by starting one. Rose, a rookie not even on the Reds' roster, started at second base in place of veteran Don Blasingame, was involved in three smooth doubleplays and drew a walk before Robinson's homer. Leo Cardenas' two-run second inning single and Gordie Coleman's homer in the sixth accounted for the Reds' other runs. Donn <£lendenon's homer in the fourth got the Pirates started. Bob Hailey scored the other run in the seventh when he singled and moved around on a balk, a walk and an error by O'Toole. J GILLETTE I Jt Super Power Bar ^ * Tractor Tires • 9 See Us for J J PAST, EFFICIENT * J TIRE SERVICE ^ J on All Tractors! J J 110 West 4th St T T Right Down Town T . Tire* 9 Supply, Inc. CH J-4436 By JOE REICHLER Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)-What's left, Stan Musial? You've accomplished practically everything that can be accomplished in baseball. So what are you trying to prove? \The man who has become a gend in his lifetime actually appeared embarrassed by the questions. He looked around at his teammates, many of them not even born when he first donned a St. Louis Cardinal uniform, and strove to find the right words. "You probably won't believe it," said Stan, the 42-year-old man, "but I still get a big kick out of being in uniform. I still have that desire." Then, as if fearing this explanation might sound a bit sophomoric, Musial added sort of defensively: "You've got to have desire to play, particularly when you get older." Stanley looked fit and trim in his 22nd annual issue of the Cardinal uniform as he worked out at the Polo Grounds in preparation for today's opener against the New York Mets. "Opening day is always exciting," he mused. "This is my 21st or 22nd opener and I never fail to get a thrill on opening day. It's something I look forward to each spring. And believe me, I look forward to this season opener with as much anticipation as I did in my first one more than 20 years ago." Stan (The Man) said he weighed 180 pounds, the same weight with which he finished the 1962 season, and that he felt as well as he did last year when he played 135 games and batted .330. With seven batting titles, three most valuable player awards, a lifetime 3,544 hits and a .330 batting average to his credit, what did this remarkable athlete still want in baseball? "I want to play in another World Series," was the prompt reply. Towers Will Be JuCo Coach MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP)-Dick Towers has resigned as football and track coach at Manhattan High School to become football coach at Hutchinson Junior College. In his five years at Manhattan, Towers' football teams had a 2816-1 record. ,The 1961 team, undefeated in nine games, was state champion. His teams won the Central Kansas League championship in 1959 and 1961. A onetime Kansas State halfback and track star, Towers came to Manhattan from Leavenworth. The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. OTTAWA BOWL 41SV a N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 BRUNSWICK Vint Nation*! Bank—3 1st 2nd 3rd N. Brown 168 224 142 R. Sblsler 1M 1»2 178 D. Brown 113 160 163 M. Allan IBB 198 211 O. Domnanish 128 ItO 176 Hahb>rd Lumber—1 B. Jones 155 216 167 R. Carey in 133 153 J. Jaster 211 158 123 R. Davis 184 181 164 R. Crane '.'... 16J 160 15B Helen * Bill! Cafe—4 J. Doty 16B 159 162 R. Armstrong 144 143 126 H. Doman 168 167 182 B. Wenthe .. .'. 175 155 183 D. Heckman 150 173 170 McCrackea Elec.—« J. Taylor 170 138 R. Spatz .. ..:.".... 113 100 110 F. Ferguson 124 143 178 R. Bettge 145 153 158 C. McDaniels 130 158 166 IOOF NO. 24—* O. Morrison 118 168 135 E. Lowrance 165 202 150 O. Breckenrldge ... 188 151 143 L. Turner 126 138 110 0. Ainswortb 150 14B 1B6 Mobile Hornet—» 1. McFadden 154 143 170 J. Foster B4 8B 126 C. Foster 120 153 131 C. McFadden 188 162 124 O. McFadden 148 123 168 MONDAY NIGHT LADIES Ottawa Mdf. * Loan—a 1st 2nd 3rd D. Toumberlln 143 118 121 M, Barber 138 145 124 B.-Bpatz 184 128 124 R. Mclntosh 170 141 116 C.jHonn BcMjr »••—J WJ Cooper >. 117 148 149 ,.. 86 102 131 ... »» 105 100 .. 115 103 134 .. •! 170 144 B*Wl-4 _ ..163 124 142 A." Fr»«Jeen 140 129 134 B Cr»wford .. ..:.' 118 129 182 V.-BJwner 100 103 115 J. Spoer 131 128 141 Nfcckor Flew S»r».—'! E, WhlUcre Ill 110 129 ft. Bhofner 118 87 88 A. Bv«y .. 138 138 158 D. johnion 113 87 in M. Brandon 188 148 140 MFOe I**!**—1 Korsley 1M 132 145 Ogle Ill 84 188 Ttl. 534 509 436 616 494 538 485 492 529 478 490 413 517 513 493 308 323 445 456 454 411 517 482 375 475 467 309 404 474 440 Ttl. 382 407 436 427 414 319 304 351 405 429 393 429 318 407 350 1*3 432 302 457 3M 370 94 134 111 339 174 148 14'0 462 142 127 151 420 142 135 168 445 121 137 132 390 Brady Strickland .. Lce'g Cafe —3 M. Weldner .. M. Smay . ... V. Ferguson .. 8. Ferguson 114 ui 136 391 M, Ainsworth . ... 158 125 138 421 SATURDAY NITE FUN King Pins—0 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. J. Brockway 97 127 104 325 D. Brockway 129 167 116 412 M. Caylor 87 85 102 274 E. Caylor 140 157 156 453 Lucky Four—4 E. Bowman .. M. Gllliland .. B. Gllltland .. G. Bowman .. Uumi—1 M. Jones 122 98 111 331 J. Dodd 130 109 125 364 M. Jones 153 199 185 537 D. Dodd *..'.... 146 148 162 456 The Spills—3 M. Robertson 176 135 112 433 Cyclone •> Netters In A Tie MISS TUTTLE CREEK TROPHY - Judy Dumlar, Kansas State University student from Russell, holds trophy to be awarded to "Miss Tuttle Creek 1963" at Tuttle Reservoir dedication June 1. To Choose Miss Tuttle Creek S 63 MANHATTAN - The first annual Miss Turtle Creek contest will be June 1 in conjunction with the dedication and water show at Tuttle Creek Reservoir. Selection of Miss Tuttle Creek 1963 will take place immediately preceding the dedicatory ceremonies on Saturday, June 1, after all of the queen candidates have been taken around the lake in a parade of gaily-decorated boats. A 36-inch high trophy will be the award for the girl chosen Miss Tuttle Creek 1963, and smaller trophies will be presented to the six chosen as her maids of honor. . Migel Evjen, recently selected as Miss Motor Boat in the Kansas City Sports and Boat Show, will escort the Tuttle Creek queen to the reviewing stand for presentation of the trophy and interviews on live television. Entries must be unmarried and 16 years of age or older. They may be sponsored by any city or county, civic or fraternal organizations, or groups such as boat clubs or sporstmen's associations in Kansas or surrounding states. The sponsoring organization must provide a boat in which its candi- date will ride in the boat parade, and the boat may be decorated but it must display a large sign or pennant identifying where it is from and the name of the organization. All entries must be submitted with a picture of the candidate (either face or full figure) by May 15 and listing the name of the candidate, the sponsor's name and address. Entries should be sent to the Tuttle Creek Dedication Committee, Chamber of Commerce, Manhattan, Kansas. After dropping four of the six singles matches, the Ottawa Cyclone netmen staged a rally in the doubles competition to come home with a draw match against the Olathe .Eagles yesterday afternoon at Olathe. With the singles and two doubles matches completed, the final and deciding doubles match was called on account of darkness with both teams holding a 4-4 split and the doubles team standing at one set each/ Jan Jefferis arid Jack Thompson salvaged the afternoon with a come-from-behind win after losing the first set of then* doubles match, 9-7. With a critical 86 second set victory, the pair dueled past the twilight hours and set up the draw match. Jim Graham came up with a decisive win as did Loren Shofner over their singles opponents. Eddie Davidson teamed with Shofner to down the number one Olathe doubles team, while Graham paired with burly Doug Schultz for a smashing 6-1, 6-2 win in the, number three slot. Schultz's net play was a deciding factor in the victory. The draw leaves the Cyclones with an 0-2-1 record. The Reds were to tangle with Osawatomie this afternoon at Forest Park. Here are the results: SINGLES Tom Peters (01) Over Eddie Davidson (Ott) 1-6, 6-2, 7-5. Loren Shofner (Ott) over Dave Langdon (01) 6-4, 6-3. Rick Newkirk (01) over Jan Jefferis (Ott) 6-3, 2-6, 6-2. Bill Marshall (01) over Jack Thompson (Ott) 6-2, 6-3. Jim Graham (Ott) over Clayton Sutton (01) 6-2, 6-0. Bill Garrett, (01) over Doug Schultz (Ott) 6-4, 8-10, 6-4. DOUBLES Davidson-Shofner (Ott) over Peters-Marshall (01) 6-1, 4-6, 6-4. Jefferis - Thompson (Ott) tied with Newkirk-Langdon (01) 7-9, 8-6. Graham-Scliultz (Ott) over Garrett-Sutton (01) 6-1, 6-2. Golf Stars Enter Greensboro Open GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) — Five of the top seven finishers in the Masters tournament will play in the $35,000 annual Greater Greensboro Open Golf Tournament which begins here Thursday. Masters runnerup Tony Lema, Sam Snead and Julius Boros, who tied for third, and Gary Player and Dow Finsterwald, who tied for fifth will be on hand to attempt to wrest the Greensboro title from defending champion Billy Casper. Why walk when You Can Ride? 118 134 111 363 133 172 180 485 134 148 201 484 199 181 172 552 130 146 162 440 195 153 154 502 235 181 130 546 C. Honn H. Robertson G. Honn Termltei—I M. Miller 123 109 153 386 B. Howell . 167 176 146 489 Tcajer.t—0 M. McMlllen 123 129 146 3B8 F. McMlllen 131 134 80 345 P. Toumberlin .. .. 135 111 116 362 D. Toumberlin .. 171 168 178 517 SATURDAY NIGHT OWLS The Rolling Pin»—1 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. E. Young 98 97 81 276 J. Young 114 103 155 372 B. Young .. 115 160 179 464 The Lost Four—3 A. Madl 102 J. Mudl 93 B. Reneau 142 M. Reneau 213 Bell Blngeri—1 D. Skillinn 110 140 158 406 H. Skilling 127 123 106 356 J. Sauer .. - — — -J. Sauer .. . The Plugs— * H. Llegerot 155 119 154 428 K. Llegerot 145 172 198 516 C. Dengel '.'.. 143 111 112 366 W. Dengel 141 146 128 415 HHflUrn—0 D. Toumberlin .. 148 188 134 440 P. Toumberlin .. '.. 115 105 143 363 Ferguson 135 121 156 413 Unpredictable*—4 Jmogene 83 102 129 313 E. McDaolels 146 151 100 397 C. McPanlels 156 126 184 466 110 103 314 98 110 301 106 136 384 190 144 546 83 92 67 242 180 156 143 479 AMERICA'S Finestjliding Mower New! RED RIDER M-4 No Money Down 34950 3.65 Ptr Wttk Look! More power—every deluxe feo tore. Heavy duty automotive type transmission. Larger 25' blade. Power for steep grades and hills. Mulcher. Apply Scotts Turf Builder Now! For a Famous Scott Lawn This Spring $4.95 Bag Covers 5,000 Square Feet Use Our Spreadtr Free The Complete Scotts Care Program at Gambles Scoreboard American Leifne , . W. I* Pet G.B. Baltimore .. .•- 1 O'l.OM} — New York ..... ft 0 .<*• K Lor Angeles ... • 0 .iWO H Minnesota 0 0 .000 H Cleveland • 0 .000 ft Detroit 0 0 .000 ft Kansas City .. 8 9 .000 ft Boston 0 0 .000 ft Washington ... 0 1 .000 1 Monday's ReraH Baltimore 3, Washington 1 Today's Games New York at Kansas City Chicago at Detroit Boston at Los Angeles (N) Cleveland at Minnesota Only games scheduled Wednesday's Games Washington at Baltimore Chicago at Detroit New York at Kansas City Cleveland at Minnesota Boston at Los Angeles National League W. L. Pet. G.B. Cincinnati .... 1 0 1.000 — San Francisco .0 0 .000 ft Los Angeles ... 0 0 .000 ft Milwaukee .... 0 0 .000 ft Philadelphia ... 0 0 .000 ft New York .. .. 0 0 .000 ft St. Louis .... 0 0 .000 ft Houston 0 0 .000 ft Chicago 00 .000 ft Pittsburgh 0 1 .000 1 Monday's Result Cincinnati 5, Pittsburgh I Today's Games Los Angeles at Chicago San Francisco at Houston Milwaukee at Pittsburgh St. Louis at New York Cincinnati at Philadelphia (N) Wednesday's Game St, Louis at New York Milwaukee at Pittsburgh Los Angeles at Chicago Cincinnati at Philadelphia (N) San Francisco at Houston (N) Whirlwinds Whirl For Track Victory • • .••..• J Four more records fell as the Whirlwinds of Ottawa Junior High lived up to their namesake with a smashing 77-32 rout of Olathe in a Freshman track meet and • 74-17 drubbing of the 7th and 8th gride runners from Olathe in the "B" meet yesterday afternoon at Ottawa. Coach Don Kornhaus expressed satisfaction With his stalwarts but hejd himself in check about the rest of the league. Madison Stein leaped 5 feet, 4 inches, in the high jump, bettering Terry Davis' record of 5,, l s /t. Dennis Cook ripped off a 57.5, 440-yard dash to clip John Presley's record time of 59.8, while Harvey Nicholson eclipsed Wayne Parker's record of 2:16.2 in the 880-yard run with a 2:13.8 mark. The Whirlwind 880-yard relay team of Reggie Silvey, Joe Maloney, Jim Williams and Gary Carter romped out a 1:42.5 time to better the existing time of 1:44.8 set last year. This is the second victory of the season for the Kornhausmen they racked up Bonner Springs, 102 to 11, to make the Reds 2-0 for the current track season. Here are the first place winners and times: SEVENTH-EIGHTH GRADES Low hurdles — Barr, Ottawa, 15.5. 100-yard dash — Fowler, Ottawa, 11.9. Shot put — Barr, Ottawa, 3» feet, 7 inches. 50-yard dash — Fowler, Ottawa, 6.4. Pole vault — Tie: Wleneke, Chesbro and Stephenson, all of Ottawa, .7 feet, 6 Inches. 440-yard relay — Ottawa: Wilson, Buck, Houston and Fowler, 52. High Jump — Wilson, Ottawa, 4 feet, t% inches. SPRINGTIME IS CleonUp Check Up Tune Up Time Foreign Cars Welcome Hank's \^/>7 SERVICE 2nd and Hickory Phone CH 2-2133 320-yard d«»h — Buck, Ottawa, SMI «80-y»rt relay,'.- Ottawa: BMMtt, Honn, DePriest and Zerbe, 1:5S.I, Discus — Curtis, Olattw, JW ft«t, 1-3 of **' irieh. '" •'."•" '•'•"". •-•"••:-•••••• Broad Jump — Buck, Ottawa, IT tatt, 7 Inches. ' •. ; , :'V; ' "-K" ,. . NINTH OBAOE '^ VJ . Low hurdUi r- Cook, Ottawa, U.I. 100-yard dash — Oat«. Ottawa, U.4. 880-yard run — fuel; OUUi«, 1:11.1. Shot put — Lloyd, Ottawa, 41 fact, Va Inches. 50-yard dash — Carter, Ottawa, (.1. Pole vault — Boyer, Ottawa,, 10 tett, 6 Inches. . ; 44'0-yard relay — Ottawa: mint. Gage, Gates and Carter, .41.1, ... High jump — steln/ottawa,, 8 faat, 4 inches. " ' ••••••••.440-yard dash — Cook, Ottawa, 17.1. 200-yard dash — Dates, Ottawa, JS.I. 880-yard relay - Ottawa: Bllirey, Maloney, Williams and Carter, 1.4f.l., Discus - Byram, Olathe, IN iMt, 7* 4 Broad jump—Boyer, Ottawa, 11 fttt, 7V4 Inches. .-• CH 2-4700 2-COATS of Protective Beauty for YOUR HOME with Any of COOK'S HOUSE PAINTS Costs LESS than A Sq.ft. Per Coat \KCDOB or Colors if VISIT COOK'S NEW NOUN PAINTINO CINTU Suffron Glass Co. 418 N. Main TOTAL PERFORMANCE FORD GALAXIE 500/XL SPORTS HARDTOP YOU'LL KNOW WHY FORD SWEPT THE FIRST FIVE PLACES AT DAYTONA...WHEN YOUR '63 FORD IS STILL GOING STRONG YEAR AFTER YEAR Daytona's big, banked oval puts unbelievable stresses and strains on engines, steering gears and frames. The Fords that won at Daytona took all the punishment this famous track could dish out over 500 miles of grueling competition without missing a beat In this toughest of all stock car events, mechanical failures claimed over fifty per cent of the starting field. But of twelve Fords entered, nine went the distance. Ford took six of the furst ten places. Five-hundred-mile events like Daytona are a public demonstration of toughness, reliability and sheer engineering excellence that are part of the new generation of Fords. A test like this can't be duplicated on anybody's testing grounds—it's run right out in the open, Any car can enter. But only the car that has the best total combination of strength, balance, precision control and road-clinging suspension can win ... that's what we mean by total performance. Visit your Ford Dealer before you buy any other new car. Here's what you'll find: a new kind of total-car durability, a new kind of handling ability, a suspension that is startlingly smooth yet sticks to the road like tar. If you haven't driven one lately, you can't really know what a new Ford is like. Remember, if it's built by Ford, it's built for performance... total performance/ solid, sflent SUPER TO WUE F0« id VUIS THE SYMBOL OF KKNMM.EMOOUCT8 MOTMCOHFMir Robertson Motor Co 113-19 W. 3rd. Ottawa, Kan.

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