The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 10, 1963 · Page 3
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&Wil*<S&*SS»8W^fefc*v^^ American League. Who Are These Fellows? By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer The Cleveland Indians, with an assist from the Canadian Air Force and plan 5BX, are away winging, winning their opener with a four-homer salvo as the American League baseball season began to run full throttle. Using "ballplayers nobody ever heard of," the Indians belted 20- game winner Camilo Pascual solidly Tuesday for a 5-4 opening day victory over Minnesota that had new Manager Birdie Tebbetts chirping. Tebbetts borrowed the 11-minute calisthenic program labeled plan 5BX by the Canadian Air Force, and instituted, it in spring training to get the Indians prepared for a quick getaway. There's no doubt his nobodies got away quick. The nobodies included Jim Grant, who pitched a seven-hitter, and homer hitters Woodie Held, John Romano, rookie Max Alvis and newly acquired Fred Whitfield. Said Tebbetts in somewhat of a challenge: "Cleveland has some ballplayers, but nobody ever heard of them. They will." Joe Pepitone made himself heard for the New York Yankees, cracking two homers and a double in support of Ralph Terry's six-hit pitching as the world -champions got. started with an 8-2 triumph at Kansas City. In other American League openers, the Chicago White Sox edged Detroit 7-5 behind newly acquirer Pete Ward and Hoyt Wilhelm and the Los Angeles Angels defeatec Boston 4-1 behind Ken McBride's four-hitter. Baltimore and Wash ngton, who opened Monday were not scheduled. The Indians' first three runs came on solo homers by Romano in the second inning and Whitfield and Alvis in the fourth. Then, in lie seventh with the score tied 3-3, Alvis led off with a double and Held crashed a 415-foot homer that put the game out of the Twins' reach. Grant was touched Tor solo homers by Lenny Green and Vic Power. Pepitone's slugging paved the way for Terry, who received 13- tiit support against a Kansas City team that seemed to have little going for it besides beautiful, tradition-breaking green and gold uniforms. Elston Howard also homered for the Yankees, tagging loser Diego Segui with one on in the fourth. Rookie Bill Bryan and newcomer Chuck Essegian connected for the A's. Ward lined a three-run homer in the seventh inning off loser Jim Burning, wiping out a 5-4 Detroit lead and Wilhelm came on and retired the last nine men in a row to protect Frank Baumann's victory. Both Ward and Wilhelm were acquired by the White Sox in an off-season trade with Baltimore. Gus Triandos, also acquired from the Orioles, homered for the Tigers. The Angels wrapped it up against Red Sox starter Bill Mon- bouquette with a four-run fifth inning uprising capped by Lee Thomas' three-run homer. The first run came across when Jim Fregosi reached second on a two- base throwing error by Ed Bressoud and eventually scored on Billy Moran's single. Carl Yas- trzemski's homer in the seventh broke up McBride's shutout bid. Basketball NBA Playoffs By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tuesday's Result St. Louis 121, Los Angeles 113 (best-of-7 Western Division final tied, 3-3) Today's Game Cincinnati at Boston (best-of-7 Eastern Division final tied, 3-3) Thursday's Game St. Louis at Los Angeles Scoreboard National League W. L. PctG.B. San Francisco ..1 0 1.000 — Los Angeles .... 1 0 1.000 — St. Louis 1 01.000 — Philadelphia ... 1 0 1.000 — Cincinnati 1 1 .500 % Pittsburgh 1 1 .500 Vt Milwaukee 0 1 .000 1 Houston 0 1 .000 1 Chicago 0 1 .000 1 New York 0 1 .000 1 Tuesday's Results Pittsburgh 3, Milwaukee 2 St. Louis 7, New York 0 San Francisco 9, Houston 2 Los Angeles 5, Chicago 1 Philadelphia 2, Cincinnati 1 Today's Games Milwaukee at Pittsburgh St. Louis at New York Los Angeles at Chicago San Francisco at Houston (N) Cincinnati at Philadelphia (N) Thursday's Games Los Angeles at Chicago New York at Milwaukee San Francisco at Houston (N) American League W. L. Pet. G.B. Baltimore 1 0 1.000 — Cleveland 1 0 1.000 — New York 1 01.000 — Chicago 1 01.000 — Los Angeles .... 1 01.000 — Boston 0 1 .000 Minnesota 0 1 .000 Detroit 0 1 .000 Kansas City .... 0 1 .000 Washington .... 0 1 .000 New Lake Ready For Filling Douglas County State Lake, a federal-aid project under the Dingell-Johnson Federal Aid To Fisheries Act, has been ac cepted from the contractor by the Kansas Forestry, Fish and Game Commission. The lake, which will have approximately 180 acres of water when full, is located .1% miles north and one mile east of Baldwin. The contract for the lake was signed in February, 1962, and work was begun during the spring of that year. The valve is now closed and ready for impoundment of water. Under federal -aid, the Commission will be reimbursed 75 per cent of the cost of the lake. Stocking will begin as soon as there is sufficient water to maintain fish. If this occurs within the next few weeks, it will be stocked this spring. If there is not enough water, then stocking will be, delayed until such time as the water is sufficient and fish are available. Access to the area is all but closed to protect seeding and other general improvements. Sightseers may view the site from the new road on the west side of the lake. Near New Solid Maple Dining Room Suite Includes china closet, table and 4 matching chairs. Used only a few weeks. Save — Buy it now for Only $218.00 or pay $2.50 ea. week. Pay no Money Down. We'll still trade too! Tuesday's Results Chicago 7, Detroit 5 New York 8, Kansas City 2 Cleveland 5, Minnesota 4 Los Angeles 4, Boston 1 Only games scheduled Today's Games New York at Kansas City Chicago at Detroit Cleveland at Minnesota Boston at Los Angeles Washington at Baltimore Thursday's Games Detroit at Cleveland Baltimore at New York Chicago at Los Angeles (N) Boston at Washington (N) Richmond News Canadians Plan 2-Week Visit Here By MABEL CHANDLER Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Eade, Niagara Falls, Ontario, will arrive here Saturday to spend two weeks with their daughter, Mrs. John Gracey, and family. Amos Lyon was transferred from Anderson County Hospital to the KU Medical Center Sunday. Mrs. Lyon and their daughter, Mrs. Frank Shearer, are in Kansas City to be near him. Pfc. Gale Hull, stationed at Camp Carson, Colo., spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hull. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hase and daughters spent Saturday evening at the Hase home. Joan Rocckers, student nurse at Providence Hospital, Kansas City, spent the weekend at her home here. Mary Weber, 3, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weber and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Finley, was to be taken to Bethany Hospital, Kansas City, this week for surgery to correct a hip ailment. Mrs. Glen Garrison, who had lived here since March 25, returned to Salina Sunday with her husband. Mrs. Nona Neff and Gladys Garrison attended the Kindergarten Festival at Garnett Saturday. Members of the high school band, Glee Club and ensembles were taken to Emporia Friday to participate in the district Music Festival. Mrs. Maxine Chandle'r and children were in Burlington Tuesday to attend the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. Carrie Thurman, 85. Mr. and Mrs. Antone Gretencord and Tony and Chris Hastart returned Sunday evening from Panama, Iowa, where they spent the weekend, visiting their brother, Hubert Halstart, who was injured March 25 in a cave-in n the rock quarry where he was operating a caterpillar. He is in the Missouri Valley Iowa, Hospi:al. Lewis Chandler is to be released from Anderson County Hospital this week. Mrs. R. S. McCrea and Mrs. Verna Glaze attended church services at Paola Sunday. Their grandson, Terry Riebe, was among those who joined the church. WELBORN'S ELECTRIC SERVICE CH 2-4332—1220 E. 7th 306,565 See Opening Games By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Attendance for major league baseball's two-day schedule of 11 openers reached 306,565, with Monday's presidential Opener at Washington between Baltimore and the Senators drawing the top crowd of 43,022. The top attendance mark on Tuesday's program was the 37,781 turnout at Detroit to watch the Tigers-Chicago White Sox inaugural. The top National League mark was 29,615 for the Milwaukee at Pittsburgh curtain-raiser. Tuesday's nine-game program attracted 234,647 through the turnstiles with 121,935 viewing National League action and 112,712 watching the American Leaguers. Repossessed 7962 Model Stereo Console with AM-FM Radio Has 3 speakers. Jacks for 2 external speakers and 4 speed automatic-record changer; Buy for balance on account of Only $114.57 or pay $6.50 ea. month. Pay no money down. Berea Club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Bob Hadsall to piece quilt blocks. Mrs.. Clyde Berry drew the door prize. The May meeting will be with Mrs. George Hiles. The Willing Workers met Tuesday with Mrs. Ross Spencer to quilt for Mrs. Harris. The club will meet April 16 with Mrs. Maude Valentine. Practice For Canoe Race HUMBOLDT, Kan. (AP)-Three Emporia State College students road a canoe from Emporia to Humboldt as training for a race from Topeka to Lawrence. Ross Heath, 24, Kent Conard, 21, and Rod Spencer, 20, started Sunday and finished their trip on the Cottonwood and Neosho rivers Tuesday. They are members of the Alpha Pi Omega fraternity, which will THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, April 10, IMt have a state-wide canoe the Kansas River April Hi "We know we are going that race," Heath said. , if• i > fcwin AMERICAN ' EXPRESS MONEY/ ORDERS Good All Over The World ... On Sale At Our Store. John G. Kaiser Drug Store (In Masonic Bldg.) . 18 T he Friendly Store for the Boys G and EASTER FINERY See Our Complete Tot Dept. Ages 2 to 7 'Sports Duos --$11.95 & $12.95 Sport Coats -- $7.95 & $8.95 Pants - $2.99 & $3.99 EXPERT FITTING INCLUDED fjYassmers "The Boys with the Duds" OPEN WEDNESDAY EVENINGS TILL 8:30 THANK YOU! Our Spring Opening Celebration was a great success . . Thanks to you.. and You.. and YOU... Come back and see us often this year. Here are the winners of our door prizes: The 2-2V2 inch balled Pin Oak — Mrs. Clifford Reynolds, 1224 College, Ottawa. Magnolia — Mrs. R. Mitchell Smith, 1314 S. Willow, Ottawa Norway Spruce —Mrs. Herb Bishop, RFD 3, Ottawa Mandarian Dwarf Peach — Louis A. Wren, 105 E. Peoria, Paola. 1. 2. 3. 4. RED HOT i POTTED SHRUBS COUPON | From $1.10 to $2.95 Good Thursday, Fri-, Burning Bush, Potentilla, day, Saturday, April | Forsythia, Dwarf Honey- I suckle, Red Weigela, Snowhill Hydrangea, Hydrangea I PeeGee, White Spirea, Red • Dwarf Spirea, Hybrid I French Lilac, Red Flowering Quince, Red Bush Honeysuckle. 11,12, 13, '€ old Fashioned BLEEDING HEART Husky roots. With This Coupon Only 49", BEDDING PLANTS I Vegetable & Flower Plants Regular price $1.00 . Our grower is bringing va- Limit — One per I rieties as they develop . Customer. • properly. More | _ — M _ ._» _ _ _ _. _ _ _J ready right along. Fertilizers — Insecticides — Trellises — Bulbs — Seeds — Evergreens — Shade Trees "Everything for the Lawn and Garden" W ILLIS GARDEN CENTER .., ..!;>• •J. 1 .?? SthandChfrry will be B^B^Hi^^Hi mi^^ Quality >/ R O i-. * The best helper a plumber can have is a truck he can rely on... so his customers can rely on him. Telephone your Chevrolet dealer for any kind of truck. CHEVROLET MOORE CHEVROLET-OLDS, INC 412-418 South Main St. Ottawa CH 2-3640

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