The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 11, 1963 · Page 2
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Thursday, April 11, 1963 Notional League Ed's Grand Slam Homer Saves Giants By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer Ed Bailey, the San Francisco Giants catcher, No. 2 backstop behind Tom Haller, crashed a pinch- hit grand slam homer that carried the defending National League champions from behind for an 8-7 victory over the Houston Colts Wednesday night. The Giants trailed 7-4 going into the eighth but loaded the bases against reliever Don McMahon on walks to Willie Mays, Haller and Felipe Alou. Then Bailey lashed a 3-2 pitch. While Bailey was parading his talents, Los Angeles left-hander Sandy Koufax gave his finger its first fling during the regular season, struck out 10 batters in a game for the 41st time and allowed only five hits as the Dodgers edged the Chicago Cubs 2-1. Philadelphia erupted for eight runs in the seventh inning and walloped Cincinnati 10-7, Ray Washbum's four-hitter gave St. Louis a 4-0 victory over the New York Mets and Pittsburgh edged Milwaukee 3-2 on Don Clendenon's homer. The Dodger runs were donated by Cubs catcher Dick Bertell. Bertell threw wildly to let Willie Davis score in the first inning and permitted a Bob Buhl scoring position in the fifth. Davis' single brought the runs across. The Phillies sent 11 men to the plate in the seventh, collecting six hits, including doubles by John Callison and Wes Covington and a two-run homer by Clay Dalrymple. Don Demeter's single snapped a 7-7 tie. Rookie Ray Culp was the winner in relief for his first major league victory. Bill Henry took the loss. Washburn followed up Ernie Broglio's two-hitter against the Mets with his four-hitter, retiring 17 batters in order from the second to eighth innings. Julian Javier scored the only run Washburn needed in the fifth when he was hit by a pitch, took second on a balk by loser Al Jackson, moved to third on a sacrifice and scored ahead of Al Moran's wide throw home on Curt Flood's grounder. Clendenon's leadoff homer against Bob Shaw in the eighth broke a 2-2 tie and got the job done for the Pirates. Shaw drove in'both Milwaukee runs with a fourth inning single. Don Cardwell got credit for the victory with Bob Veale's ninth inning relief help. CH 2-4700 GILLETTE \ + Super Power Bar _ • Tractor Tires • J See Us for J FAST, EFFICIENT ,J TIRE SERVICE ' • j on All Tractors! £ 110 West 4th St T Right Down Town $ • M «*• W Supply, Inc. CH 2-4436 Scoreboard By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. G.B, Mew York 2 0 1.000 — Baltimore 2 0 1.000 — leveland 1 1 .500 1 Chicago 1 1 .500 1 x)s Angeles ... 1 1 .500 1 Minnesota 1 1 .500 1 Detroit 1 1 .500 1 Boston 1 1 .500 1 Cansas City .... 0 2 .000 2 Washington 0 2 .000 2 Wednesday's Results Detroit 2, Chicago 1 Baltimore 3, Washington 2 New York 5, Kansas City 3 Minnesota 5, Cleveland 3 Boston 4, Los Angeles 1 Today's Games Baltimore at New York Detroit at Cleveland Chicago at Los Angeles (N) Boston at Washington (N) Only games scheduled Friday's Games Minnesota at Kansas City (N) Only game scheduled. National League W. L. Pet. G.B. Philadelphia ..2 0 1.000 — Los Angeles .... 2 0 1.000 — St. Louis 2 01.000 — San Francisco .. 2 0 1.000 — Pittsburgh 2 1 .667 ' Cincinnati 1 2 .333 1' Milwaukee 0 2 .000 2 Houston 0 2 .000 2 Chicago 0 2 .000 2 New York 0 2 .000 2 Wednesday's Results St. Louis 4, New York 0 Pittsburgh 3, Milwaukee 2 Los Angeles 2, Chicago 1 Philadelphia 10, Cincinnati 7 San Francisco 8, Houston 7 Today's Games Los Angeles at Chicago New York at Milwaukee San Francisco at Houston (N) Only games scheduled Friday's Games Los Angeles at Houston (N) Only game scheduled. DOUBLES CHAMPS - Craig Davis (right) and Jack Sauer won doubles title in R&M Midget League tournament at Ottawa Bowl Lanes. Craig scored 370 scratch series (2 lines) and Jack 305. With handicap their score was 751. Boys are pictured with trophies and Mrs. Marie Kampschroeder, the "M" and R&M. (Herald Photo) BowCing Roundup 256 Line By Martin; Bienie's Rolls 2726 American League Yanks And In A Race Already Cyclone Golf Team Beats Olathe Four Ottawa High School golfers won a match from four Olathe boys yesterday, 195-207. Ottawans and their scores are Gary Duffield, 46; Jim 'Colby, 51; Steve Roush, 48, and John Evans, 50. The Olathe boys are Benny Walters, 48; Danny Aidrich 57; John Hammond, 50, and Ron Walters, 52. Another match between two Ottawa and .two Olathe boys ended in Ottawa's favor, 109-117. The Ottawa boys and scores are Tom Parks, 53, and Glen Conus, 56. The next hiph school golf match will be at the Ottawa Country Club with Turner on Wednesday, April 17. Martin Mueller rolled a 256 line and 614 series for the Knights of Collumbus No. 1 team last night in the Booster League at the Royal T Lanes. Martin's line and series were tops in three men's leagues last night: He added lines of 193 and 165 as his K of C No. Is beat Princeton, 3-1. Bicnie's Garagemen combined their talents, with every man beating 500, to post a 2726 team series and a 4-0 victory .over Sunrise Dairy in the Twilight League at the Ottawa Bowl Lanes. Members and their scores were Virgil Bien, 520; G. Bowman, 523; Wienkek, 568 with a 219 ine; D. Killion, 550, and Leroy Bien, 565. On the women's side, Sue Wolgast and Ruth Mock both beat 500 in the Wednesday Night Ladies League at the Royal T Lanes. Sue rolled a 518 with an 196 line for Wright's Studio, 3-1 winner over Petrex of Texas. Ruth scored a 501 with an 197 line for Towner's which lost, 3-1, to Moore's Chevrolet. Other good games in the Ladies League were Ellen Hickman's 196 for Moore's, Ella Keller's 195 for Meadow Gold and Billie Leach's 190 for Wright's. The Wright's girls scored a 2270 team series and kept their hold on first place with 8'/j points over second-place Moore's. Other high scorers in the men's leagues were Joe Moody with a consistent 187-184-180 (551) For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobile* See Dean Berlin. Aqent 109 E Second Phone CH 2-2804 OTTAWA BOWL N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 TWILIGHT ••arise palrj—o 1st 2nd C. Trttts 178 O, Foster .. 122 A. Miller 163 127 148 136 M. Pierian ........ 167 1BO J. Dcyore ........ 168 13» MmdM Garage— 4 T. Bien .. . ..... 190 177 O. Bowman ....... 150 300 V. Wctaeke ....... 168 21» D. KJUloo ......... ail 160 Ii. Blm .. .......... 184 188 Ottawa Bu Service— 1 O. 8m»7 ........ 157 176 O. Simmons ...... 155 ISB B. aiWand ....... 128 157 B, Hulas ........ 141 1(4 »«b« Clothe*— 3 Itodgen Bonn .. »OW«n 160 177 lag 163 162 154 145 159 1*) 167 Cry. Ne. jj f 0&U 'p. Stocking .. Moody MQlcr **t*r» Apt ICcVaddn M*. 147 155 1Z7 114 15> 120 117 184 187 146 140 1M 138 175 150 148 3rd Ttl. 197 538 135 384 159 442 167 530 139 446 153 520 173 523 191 668 189 550 193 665 133 4IJ6 150 464 172 458 163 498 179 516 171 463 166 482 176 479 134 451 168 470 123 364 97 375 180 551 140 473 146 442 131 444 181 479 183 443 141 490 COMMERCIAL Todd's Mobile Humes—3 1st 2nd H. Kramer 175 172 J- Todd 140 146 R. Shoiner ". '.. 127 137 J. Kramer 144 176 B. Wenthe . 175 185 Blakesley's Citlej Serv.—1 E. Honn HO 148 J. Cromwell .. ." 106 118 B. Abbott 147 117 S. Adame 134 145 D. Dillon 180 166 Kerslcys Cowboys—1 B. Lewis n» no C. Strickland 157 148 D. Toumberlln ... 186 173 E. Ferguson 132 127 Frvdeens Shoo—3 P. Fredeen 173 182 L. Brndy 161 148 E. Elder 116 (1 W. Lister . 135 156 A. Conus ". i. 204 146 Texaco—1 Page 158 158 Simmons 137 158 Outfield ". 141 135 Dunktn .. .. '.'...... 160 183 Crlles—8 P. Wise 173 151 B. Wledner 176 158 W. Hazen 163 134 O. Morrison 144 143 R. CrUes 131 150 3rd Ttl. 200 547 156 442 162 426 154 473 159 619 151 417 137 361 153 416 310 4S9 152 498 189 428 198 604 180 539 135 394 174 529 152 451 138 335 134 426 146 495 201 618 167 463 164 440 183 498 145 481 146 4TO 157 491 167 464 133 420 135 416 'or Bennett Creamery No. 2 in the Twilight League, and Allen's 585 with 230 line for Colby's and Dave Bell's 556 for Kitty Clover in the Booster League. Craig Davis and Jack Sauer won the doubles championship in the R&M Midget League tournament at the Ottawa Bowl. Craig rolled a 2-line series of 370 and Jack 305. The handicap gave the boys a 751 series for the title. Runners-up were Tommy Fisher and Davy Mudrick, 712; Robin and Steven Bell, 712; Dennis Gumm and Joe Moody, 707, said Sharon Suits and Nancy Richeson, 707. Team results and individual scores in the Ottawa Bowl's Wednesday night leagues appear elsewhere in today's sports sec tipn. Here are team results and high individual scores in the Royal T leagues: WEDNESDAY NIGHT LADIES Kansas State Bank—S High 10-30 — H. Liegerot, 174-454 Seller Studio—1 High 10 — P. Crockett, 147 High 30 — B. Seller, 392 Mooreg Chevrolet—3 High 10-30 — E. Hickman, 196 482 Towner's—1 High 10-30 — B. Mock, 197-50 1 Meadow Gold—l High 10 — E. Keller, 195 High 30 — M. Cady, 455 Peoples National Bank—0 (Forfeit) 'High 10-30 — B. Carlson, 171-478 Bomstedt's Grocery—I High 10-30 — V. Dengel, 170-491 First National Bank—0 High lO-fr — A. Servatius, 146-371 Wright's Studio—3 High 10-30 — S. Wolgast, 196-Slt Petrex of Texas—1 High 10 — M. Milton, 150 High 30 — H. Ogle, 385 BOOSTER LEAGUE K of C No. 3— W, High 10 — Korkamus, 198 High 30 — McLaughlin, 501 Bank's Sinclair—IVi High 10-30 — Howe, 159-454 K of C No. 1— S High 10-30 — M. Mueller, 256-614 Princeton—1 High 10-30 — McAnarney, 181-476 Mine's—3 High 10-30 — D. Mtlle, 174-441 K of C No. 3—1 High 10-30 — Fr. Beier, 220-513 Colby FnmltBre—4 High 1'0-30 — Allen, 230-585 Royal T Lanes—0 High 10-30 — C. Wolgast, 191-533 Kitty Cloyer—4 . High 10-30 — D. Bell, 199-556 Robertson Motor—0 High 10 — F. Hoffman, 150 High 30 — L. Roller, 405 The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader By JIM BECKER Associated Press Sports Writer The American League pennant race is only three days old, and we've got a crucial series already. The Baltimore Orioles and the New York Yankees, the only unbeaten teams in the league, square off today for a three-game set at Yankee Stadium. The Yankees were the pennant pick, with the Orioles drawing a lot of support. The Orioles kept their slate clean Wednesday with a 3-2 victory over the Washington Senators, fashioned with the aid of some erratic Washington base running. The Yankees kept pace with a 5-3 pounding of the Kansas City Athletics, as Mickey Mantle hit his first homer of the year. In other American League games, Detroit beat the Chicago White Sox 2-1, Minnesota topped Cleveland 5-3 and the Boston Red Sox toppled the Los Angeles Angels 4-1. Claude Osteen for Washington and Robin Roberts for Baltimore hooked up in an 0-0 duel for six innings, until Don Lock and Larry Osborne of the Nats hit successive doubles in the seventh. Then, with two out, Ed Brinkman singled Osborne home. When Osteen singled, Roberts departed. Pinch hitter Jim King hit a drive to right> field off reliever Dick Hall which would have scored Brinkman, but Osteen failed to touch second base on his way by, and was out, to end the inning. The Orioles got all three runs in the ninth, Jackie Brandt homered, and Osteen walked Robinson. Steve Hamilton, the loser, came on and gave up two singles and a walk to tie the score. A sacrifice fly by Jerry Adair chased in the winning run. Mantle and Elston Howard hit two-run homers for the Yankees, as Bill Stafford sailed along in fine style on the mound, until he was forced to leave in the seventh with an elbow injury. The A's got all their runs in the ninth, off his successors. Two walks/two singles and a sacrifice fly brought them in, until Jose Tartabull hit into a double play to end it. Hank Aguirre, the 1M2 AL earned run leader set the White Sox down with seven hits, while his Tiger mates bunched three of their four hits for two runs in the first inning. A double by Billy Bruton, singles by Al Kaline and Dick McAuliffe, plus a passed ball and sacrifice fly, got the runs over. Floyd Robinson singled home the White Sox rah hi th« first inning. Harmon Killebrew, who led the league with 48 last year, weighed in with his first homer of the campaign, the key blow in the Twins victory over the Indians. Jim Kaat, who led the league's left- handers last year with IS vie- tories, went all the way for Minnesota. Gene Green ruined his shut out in the eighth with a homer, and Mike de La Hoz doubled home the other two. runs in the ninth. SELF SERVICE DEPT. PAINE'S BOOTERY BLUE GRASS SOD FOR SALE FREE ESTIMATES Ph. Lawrence, Kansas VI 2-1282; VI 3-8235 Men... are you Tired of Shining Shoes? Then, You Can Throw Away Your Polish, Provided of Course, You Get Shoes Made From This Specially Treated Leather! ... A leather Tannage with close packed fibers permits an extra strong and durable finish. • Repels dirt and water. • Retains a Permanent Shine. • If they get muddy, Take a damp cloth, wipe off and buff with soft dry cloth. These Shoes Are Priced af . $Q99 8 120 W. 3rd., mtawa, Ks. (Across from Ford Garage) HOW GOOD IS PLYMOUTH'S NEW WARRANTY? Facts about our 5-year or 50,000-mile warranty* DOES IT INCLUDE THE COST OF LABOR? Yes. There is absolutely no charge for labor and parts. For the entire life of the warranty, should any defect in material or workmanship occur on the parts covered by the warranty, it will not cost'you one cent to 'have it corrected. DOES IT COVER EXPENSIVE PARTS? Absolutely! It covers the major power train components—the engine block and its internal parts, the automatic transmission and its internal parts, the rear axle—parts that would cost plenty to replace or repair. IS IT TRANSFERABLE WHEN YOU SELL THE CAR? Yes. As lonjjpas the car has been serviced at reasonable intervals according to the Plymouth- Valiant Certified Car Care schedules, the warranty can be passed on to the new owner. Think what that will mean to resale value of your car! MUST YOU SPEND MORE FOR MAINTENANCE? No. All that is required is the normal care that most car owners would usually give their car. Only one chassis lubrication is required for the entire life of the Twirran- ty. Other maintenance consists of inspections at reasonable intervals. *Your Authorized Plymouth-Valiant Dealtr's Warranty against dafects in material and workmanship on 1963 oars ha« barn •» panded to include parts replacement or repair, without charge for required parts or labor, for 6 years or 50,000 milas, whichever comes first, on the engine block, head and internal parts; transmission case and internal parts (excluding manual clutch); torque converter, drive shaft, universal joints (excluding dust covers), rear axle and differential, and rear wheel bearings, provided the vehicle has been serviced at reasonable intervals according to the Plymouth-Valiant Certified Car Care schedules. Bob White Motor Co. 118 S. Hickory Ottawa CH 24425 Your Authorized Chrysler—Imperial—Plymouth—Valiant Dealer

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