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r\' 2 TOT OTTAWA HERALD Wednnday, April 10, 1963 National League Pardon, But Isn't This Where We Came In? By JIM BECKER ' Asociated Press Sports Writer You can be pardoned for that feeling that this is where you came in. : The National League baseball pennant chase got under way in earnest Tuesday, and these were some of the results on the first full day of action: ; Don Drysdale, a 25-game winner last year, won for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Jack Sanford, 24 wins, got the victory for the San Francisco Giants, as Willie Mays (49 last season) Orlando Cepeda (35), Felipe Alou (25) and Willie McCovey (20) homered. Art Mahaffey, 19 wins, set down the hard-hitting Cincinnati Reds on four hits, for the Philadelphia Phils. And the New York Mets, 120 losses last year, fell on their faces. The scores were Los Angeles 5, Chicago Cubs 1; San Francisco 9, Houston 2; Philadelphia 2, Cincinnati 1, and the St. Louis Cardinals 7, New York Mets 0. The Pittsburgh Pirates, who dropped the annual day-ahead opener Monday at Cincinnati to the Reds evened their record at 1-1 with a 3-2 victory over the Milwaukee Braves. The Dodger victory may have been costly. Shortstop Maury Wills, the league's Most Valuable Player last year, left after the sixth inning with a jammed left ankle and was doubtful for today's game with the Cubs. Suits for EASTER Wills, who stole 104 bases last season, revealed before the game that he had become worried about his valuable legs, and had gone to a hypnotist during the winter to try to get the worries off his mind. Wills apparently hurt the ankle in the third inning when he was thrown out at the plate on a double play. Drysdale gave up 11 hits but was helped by three double plays, as he won his sixth straight over the Cubs. The Dodgers broke a 1-1 tie in the sixth when Willie Davis tripled and scored on a balk by pitcher Larry Jackson, obtained in a winter trade from the Cards. Rookie Ken McMullen iced the game with a two-run double in the ninth. The Giants jumped off to a 6-0 lead at Houston. Cepeda's homer in the second opened the scoring and Sanford tripled home two runs in the same frame. Sanford weakened in ,the 90-degree heat and eft in the sixth after giving up hree straight singles. Jack Fisher, picked up in a trade with the Orioles, pitched hitless relief. Mahaffey, the 24-year-old hard hrowing right-hander, had a two- lit shutout going into the ninth. Frank Robinson opened that inning for the Reds with a single and moved to second on a ground out. Robinson scored when catcher John Edwards smashed a line double. Mahaffey then struck out Gene Freese and rookie Tom Har- >er to end the game but only after Freese had missed a home run by a few feet foul. Joey Jay, 21-14 last season, also ritched well, giving up only five kits in the seven innings he worked. Three singles, with Don Demeter's coming with two out, scoring the first Phillie run in the fourth. In the sixth, John Callison doubled and scored when Cincinnati first baseman Gordie Coleman let a double play relay throw get through him for an error. The Nets, the worst tenth-place team in history last year, opened with an almost entirely new cast, but the same old act. They fumbled and foozled the ball in the field, and were woeful at bat, as Ernie Broglio set them down with two hits. Larry Burright got both, a single in the first inning and a double in the ninth. At one stage, Broglio retired 20 Mets in a row. A newcomer third baseman Bob Bailey, whose bonus has been estimated in the $175,000 area, sparked for the Pirates. He hit a homer and a crucial single. The Pirates won in the ninth off reliever Bob Hendley, when Bill Virdon singled with two out, and Bailey beat out a slow roller for a hit. Then pinch hitter Ted Savage struck the winning blow, a single. Elroy Face, who pitched out of a bases-loaded, none-out jam in the ninth, got the win in relief. 14.95 to 29.95 For tittle Fellas'. For Big Boys Solid Shades in ad the popular colors. LL -,H. APPAREL lor real bey* FOR YOUNG MEN Celtics, Royals In Final Duel BOSTON (AP) - The world champion Boston Celtics—aging, tired and 10-point favorites — battle it out with the Cincinnati Royals tonight for the Eastern Division playoff crown in the national Basketball Association. The Celtics must win the final game in the best-of-seven series to earn a chance for their fifth straight NBA crown. The Royals must take it to continue their first title since the franchise moved to the Ohio city from Rochester, N.Y. Both teams are at full strength for the Boston Garden clash an the game has been a sellout for several days. The oddsmakers rate Boston 10-11 points better than the Royals, who won th sixth game 109-99 Sunday night in Cincinnati to square the series a 3-3. Sunny Jim Giving Up Racing At Last By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)-The doctor looked at the skinny exercise boy and told him: "Young man, you'd better give up racing. Stay away from that excitement or you won't last with that heart." That was in 1887. Grover Cleveland was President. Now, 13 presidents and 76 years later, Sunny Jim Fitzsimmons is going to take the doctor's advice. He is getting away from racing. The famed, 88-year-old trainer will retire in June, ending a 78- year association with thoroughbred racing. He was the leading money winning trainer five times, saddled more than 2,000 winners —including two Triple Crown winners—and at one time or another his horses won almost every major race in America. His mind is as keen and active as ever, but his bent old body has found "the work increasingly burdensome." The annoucemet of his retirement was made Tuesday by Ogden Phipps, cne of three generations of the Phipps family for whom Sunny Jim tains. He also handles the horses of Mrs. Henry Carnegie Phipps' Wheatley Stable OTTAWA BOWL 418V 2 N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 TUESDAY NIGHT LADIES 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. H. Liegerot 117 147 156 420 u, Cayot 123 116 115 354 - rergUM* .... 125 190 161 476 Foster .. .'. 204 184 189 647 127 115 225 467 129 151 425 Conrad ,,, ...... 45 Welbom, 139 118 128 38S 111 115 128 354 White 123 148 W 370 isrSS,*"^» $ » J66 160 152 446 125 127 409 169 152 478 122 119 375 98 129 318 118 141 401 144 99 350 110 133 398 154 131 147 437 125 127 134 376 90 81 104 877 T~. '..'.... 124 1JO 1M 3*8 '*** ::;:: 139 142 103 343 113 12S M 337 149 IIS 137 401 119 131 388 INDUSTRIAL Wilson Cleaneri— 3 1st 2nd W. Flinn 147 164 T. Parkin 137 131 L. Seller •..., 125 141 R. Shephard 102 135 O. Bltts 114 113 Nltcher Floor gerv.—1 O. Morrison 148 12S J. Lancaster 135 119 F. Ferguson 166 129 O. Nltcher 171 136 B. Flgglns 132 174 Peoples National Bank—I! A. Gilbert 183 162 R. Davis 154 155 A. Bennett .. 158 128 A. Knoeppel 204 214 Llchtenberger . . .. W 166 OUawa Time*—1 L. Move 155 125 L. Chambers 130 226 B. Seymour 134 139 B. WhiUcre 136 153 and those of her grandson, Ogden Mills Phipps. He will be succeeded by Bi Winfrey, for many years the train er for Alfred G. Vanderbilt am now with the California Breeder Association. James E. Fitzsimmons was born July 23, 1874 in a house in Brook lyn which later was razed t< make way for a horse race track the old Sheepshead Bay track. He first became associated wit racing as a hot walker, stablebo and exercise boy in 1884. Three years later he contracted malari at Long Branch, N.J. sufferm from palpitations of the heart, h visited a doctor and came awa with the basis for one of his fa vorite stories. For Insuranet On dwellings, household goods. buildings and automobile* See Dean Berlin, Agent 109 E Second Phone CH 2-2804 First Win For OHS Netters It finally happened. The Ottawa Cyclone tennis squad joined the winning senior and junior high track teams and the victorious golfers by chilling Osawatomie in a 7-2 rout on the rome courts yesterday afternoon. Last season, Osawatomie downed the Cyclones twice, 5-4 and 6. but the Rods turned the tables yesterday for their first victory. lie Ottawans swept the singles as the top six matches went to he home team in straight sets. n the doubles, the Reds took the irst match behind Jim Graham and Jack Thompson, 6-1 and 7, but lost the number two and hree doubles for the final score. Loren Shofner displayed a tough ervice as he topped Bob Fields, -0, 6-0, for the worst Osawatomie defeat, but Thompson and iraham whipped their singles opponents by identical 6-0, 6-1 scores. 'It's good to get revenge against a team that beat you," commented the Reds' coach, Conad Downing, "but they'll be ough at Osawatomie. Of course, Sddie Davidson has a bad shoulder and is hampered in his serv- ng and that could make a dif- erence." The Cyclones invade he Osawatomie courts next Tuesday. Ottawa now stands at 1-2-1. Here are the results: SINGLES Eddie Davidson (Ott) defeated Bill Calvin, 6-3, 6-3. Loren Shofner (Ott) defeated Bob Fields, 6-0, 6-0. Jan Jefferis (Ott) defeated Bob Vess, 6-3, 6-2. Jack Thompson (Ott) defeated Gary Vess, 6-0, 6-1. Jim Graham (Ott) defeated Kent Harmony, 6-0, 6-1. Doug Schultz (Ott) defeated John Craig, 6-2, 6-2. DOUBLES Thompson-Graham (Ott) defeated CalvinCraig, 6-1, 7-5. B. Vess - Fields (Osa) defeated Jefferis - Schultz, 7-5, 6-3 HarmonyG. Vess (Osa) defeated Martin Williams-John Brock way, 6-4, 3-6, 6-4. Vacation Time HAPPY TIME or TRAGEDY Do what you can to Insure Against Accidents. USE OUR Bowling Roundup Al Scores 618; Velma Hits 547 Al Knoeppel hit 200 or better on three straight lines last night for a 618 series for Peoples National Bank in the Industrial League at the Ottawa Bowl. And Velma Foster scored a 547 series in the Tuesday Night Ladies League, same lanes. These were the top scores among several good ones on three bowling league fronts last night. Al's «18, on lines of 204-214-200, paved the way for a 2650 team series and • 3-1 victory over'Ot- tawa Times. R. Litchenberger contributed 5M. Velma's Arnold's Jewelry team posted a 2223 series in beating KOFO, 34. Her games were 204184-159. Helen Carey's 225, line and a 467 series kept KOFO in the match. Dave Heckman's 593, with a 241 line, was the top score in the Royal T League at the Royal T Panthers Win 5-School Meet The Williamsburg Panthers took six first places to win a 5-school track meet at Ottawa University yesterday afternoon. Other schools were Lane, Pomona, Princeton and Lecompton. Williamsburg scored 65 points. Lane came in second with 58, Pomona third with 44, Princeton fourth with 36J4 and Lecompton last with 24Vi Mike Kuder, a heavy scorer for Lane, and Roger Shoemaker, one of Pomona's top men, were out of the competition yesterday. Here are the summaries, with individuals listed in the order of their placings and winners time. W. is for Williamsburg, P is for Pomona, L is for Lane, PR is for Princeton and LE is for Lecompton. 100-yard dash: G. Stauffer (LE), Rukes (PR), Sowers (W), Heidner (P), Brlggs (P); Time — 10.9. 220-yard dash: Q. Stauffer (LE), Rukes (PR), Sowers (W), Weatherbie <L). Kendall (W); Time — .24. 120-yard high hurdles: Ladd (L) F. Buckley (W), Harold (LE), Mundy (P), Baylor, Pomona, and D. Stauffer, Lecompton, tied for fifth place. Shot put: Oorocke (P), Jones (L), Hull (PR), Reeves (L), Goodwill (W); Distance — 44 feet 4Vi Inches. Pole Vault: Bischoff (W), Milllken (W), Langley (P), Worrell (L), Collins, Pomona, and McCurdy, Princeton, tied for fifth place. Broad Jump: Heidner (P), Cowdin (PR), Cole (L), Turley (L), Wright (LE); Distance — 19 feet, three inch- iro low hurdles: Btottlemirt (L), F. Buckley (W). B. Altlc <P>, D. Stauffer, (LE), Moore (PR); Time — 94.4. Mile Run: F. Buckley (W). Malburg (W). P. Stevens (L), R. Attic (P), Deldge (LE); Time — 4:55.7. 440-yard dash: Rukes (PR), Piersol (W), Brlggs (P), Brown (L), flttffler (L); Time — 55.4. 880-yard run: T. Buckley (W), Button (PR), RIcheson (W), Kenney (LE) Willford (P); Time — 8:11.5. Mile Relay: Williamsburg, Pomona, Princeton, Lane: Time — 3.58.0. 880-Relay: Lane, Williamsburg, Pomona, Lecompton; Time 1:42.6. Medley Relay: Lane, Pomona, Princeton, Williamsburg; Time—4:04.9. Discus: Goracke . (P), O. Stevens (L), Wylie (L), Regester (P), Reeves (L); Distance — 108 feet, seven Inches. Javelin: Milliken (W), O. Stevens (L), McCurdy 'PR), Jones (L), Wylie (L); Distance — 145 feet, 10V4 inches. ' High Jump: Binns (W), Button (PR). G. Stauffer (LE), Stiffler. Lane, and Frltts, Pomona, tied for fourth place; Height — five feet, six inches. jnes. He needed a good score b help his Bundy's Insurance five beat Al Beets Ramblers, 3-1. The Ramblers rolled a 2582 series, with four men beating 500: Cecil Wolgast, 533; Darrell Cordie, 530; R. Better, 545, arid Al Beets; 513. Bill Wenthe scored a 586 with i 228 line lor Foremost Dairy; 4- I winner, over Ottawa Savings & x>an in the Royal T League. R. j. Smay scored a nice line, 226, n his 511 series for Self-Service Shoes, 3-1 loser to Trout's'Jew- elry in the Royal T session. Other Ugh scorers in the Ladies League were Sally Simmons, 492 for Shim & Haley, 4-0 winner over VFW Auxiliary, and Helen Wenthe, 478 for Todd's In- The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. 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