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I I i i THE OTTAWA HERALD Friday. April 12, 1963 American League Strike Zone Just Right For Cheiiey I By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer ,Tom Cheney, a poor man's Sandy Koufax, may have been handed the key to the strikeout sforehouse when the strike zone Wjas enlarged. jthe fireballing right-hander in hid first start allowed only one hit -4an infield single—and struck out 10 while Don Leppert provided support with three consecutive homers in Washington's 8-0 victory over Boston Thursday night. ! Cheney could be the American League's answer to Dodger Koufax now that the strike zone has a few extra inches. "Tom's fast ball rises," says Manager Mickey Vernon, "and he'll be getting a lot of strikes this season that previously just missed the strike zone." Cheney, 28, 7-9 last year with 147 strikeouts in 173 innings, overpowered the Red Sox, allowing only two base runners. Ed Bressoud beat out the only hit to deep short in the fourth inning and Bob TUlman drew a walk in the sixth. •It was a pitcher's day all around. Don Mossi tossed a two- hitter as Detroit whipped Cleveland 6-1, Milt Pappas allowed only five hits in Baltimore's 4-1 tri- upiph over the New York Yankees and Hoyt Wilhelm protected the Chicago White Sox' 3-1 decision oyer the Los Angeles Angels with' fdur innings of shutout" relief. Kansas City and Minrirabt* were not scheduled. " ' V '*' '• * Moui had,.«perfecti game for, before, Indians' bounced a ly scored the deciding;, run in a two-run sixth on a force out. The loser was Bo Belirisky. ' Clay Center, Marion Win EMPORIA, Kan., (AP) — Clay Center won the Class A championship and Marion won the Class B title in the high school division of the 17th annual Emporia State Relays Thursday. The Class AA, college and junior college events will be held Saturday, skipping today because of Good Friday. Clay Center had 39»/2 points, Marion 19. Six records were I broken and Class B. left-hander lost his ;Jw the ninth on an error, Green's pinch single and a out. The^ Tigers put it out of reach early, tagging Dick Dono- vfcn for four singles in the first inning, including run-scoring hits by Rocky Qish. lone Colavito and Norm sine wne Yankee run against P*ppas came on Mickey Mantle's fourth inning homer that tied the •lore M. But John (Boog) Powell outdid Mantle in the power de- pbrtment, snapping the tie in the fifth inning with a two-run homer off loser Whitey Ford before hit- tftig a solo shot in the seventh ujning that wrapped up the scor- one was tied, all in Stadium Lease Illegal KANSAS CITY (AP)-A seven- year lease of municipal stadium by the Kansas City Athletics for $1 rental a year is illegal, Keith Wilson, the city counselor, informed 5 , baseball club owner Charles 0. Finley by letter Thursday. The new lease was approved by the old city council at its final meeting Wednesday. The new city council voted ! to reconsider the fl-a-year lease and referred it to its finance committee. Frank P. Sebree, the committee .chairman, said he did not plan to hold any hearings on the matter because of Wilson's legal opinion. ' ; ' : •" Finley now' payis the city 7)4 per cent of his concession income and 5 per cent of his paid attendance for use of the stadium every, , Under the disputed .lease, he would never pay more, than $1 a year until the start of 1965, and * * * then 5 per cent only if attendance exceeded 950,000 a season. Bowling Roundup Pepsi Rolls 2821 With 2 Over 600 With two members knocking down 1279 pins and two others, 1085, what do you get? A sizzling 2821 team series and 3-1 victory. That was what Pepsi-Cola got in the men's Classic League last night at the Ottawa Bowl. Ralph Kampschroeder led the Pepsimen with 657 on .lines of 245-219-193. Ray Johnson added 622 on lines of 224-210-188. And Jim Snider contributed 557 and Newt Brown 528. B. Hull scored 457. Pepsi Scored games of 957-964906 to beat Pence Food Center. The "2821 showing overshadowed; 'a solid performance by the Cordle-laden Ottawa Bowl team which swept four points from QttaWa Insulation with a 2620 series. Three'Cordles,, Darrel with 557, Lyle with 540 and Claron Franklin And Osage Boys Shine At Emporia Relays rith 523, joined C. Jackson, with 18, in the pver-500 class. Only appy Cordte,, Kenneth, dragged is feet, rolling.a 482. In the men's AMF League at he Royal T, Conrad's Painters ame up with a good 2530 series but dropped three points to Blue kloon. Pacing the Painters were r, Wichman, 519; Tony VanLe- ien, 506; Al Beets, 529, and Dave [eckman, 531. Top individual scorers in the AMF League were Cecil Wolgast with a 570 series for Pepsi-Cola, which split 2-2 with Cheney's Markets, and Conrad Down- ng with a 230 line in his 506 se- ies for Peterson's Masonry which ost 3-1 to Colbern's. R. Wieneke scored the top line ind series, 190 and 488, in the 'hursday Night Ladies League. She did it for league-leading If you haven't reserved Tuesday, April 23, for the Franklin-, Osage County track meet at Ottawa University,' better start plan- Else you miss a real show. High school athletes from the two counties, after making their marks in the Ottawa Relays'last week; made a heavy dent in the Emporia Relays yesterday. On ihe Franklin County side, Pomona's 'Roger Shoemaker vaulted 12 \feet, 2'/ 4 inches for second. He was beaten by last year's state outdoor champ, Bob Johnson, Logan, who rode the pole up to 12 feet, 6 inches. Both Roger and Bob broke the old Emporia record of 12 feet. Shoemaker won the B pole vault in the Ottawa Relays with 12 feet, 2 and five-eighths inches. Lane's Mike Kuder placed second in the broad jump at Emporia with a leap of 21 feet, 2 inches. Hillsboro's Herbel was a inches. Both beat the old first with 21 feet, Mike and Herbel record of 20-6. Osage County's high jumper, Joe Hoover, Quenemo, who won the B jump in the Ottawa Relays, was given second place at Emporia. Joe matched the 5- foot, 10-inch jump of the winner, Cleaver, Cottonwood Falls, but the latter was given first because he had had fewer misses at low- ot Holton won the with a new record, er levels. Joe's Ottawa jump was 6 feet, 2. Melvern's Wayne Cranwell captured first in the 120-yard high hurdles, with 16.1, and second in the 180-yard low hurdles at Emporia. Hug low hurdles 20.4. Burlingame's Bob Masters won the Javelin throw at Emporia as he did at Ottawa. His Emporia toss was 175 feet, 9% inches. Lane, Pomona and Williamsburg will enter the Tola Relays April 18 before coming to OU on the 23rd for the 2-county meet and back again on April 30 for Franklin County meet. , 39, was touched for oidy two hits after coming on for vprmer Joel Horlen when the Angels put the first two men on in 5e sixth. Wilhelm retired the side ^ithout damage. Floyd Robinson homered for the White Sox in the fourth, then walked and eventual- Birdies And Pills Help Gary GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) - A first round Greater Greensboro Open golf tournament lead of one stroke on a five-under-par 66 is not to be sneezed at. But Gary Player, the little battler from Horsepower Fisherman BROWN'S HARDWARE SNORTING GOODS ]run* Ammunition 1540 S. Main CH 2-5241 South Africa, can't help it. He's sneezing and sniffling his way around the Sedgefield Country Club course battling a severe hay fever attack, his first in seven months, while fending off the challenge of a field of 150 rivals. Gary made it with the help of three pills and five handkerchiefs in Thursday's first round of the 72-hole, $35,000 affair. His 32-34 round of five birdies and 13 pars put him a stroke ahead of Lionel Hebert, the for mer PGA champion who has been showing signs of snapping a yearlong slump. My chipping was fantastic, Player noted. "I missed three greens, but chipped in from 35 feet for a birdie two on the third hole from a difficult position above the hole and almost holed two other chips on holes where " made my pars." With Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus not here, Player is carrying the banner of the "big three" alone. Six men shot 68 to trail Player by two strokes. They included Jay Hebert, brother of Lionel; Doug Sanders, Jimmy Clark, Tom Aaron, Stan Leonard and Bob Charles, southpaw from New Zea land. OTTAWA BOWL N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 THURSDAY NITE LADIES 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. 127 144 126 387 136 147 115 388 98 113 118 328 140 U'O 141 421 156 134 130 420 142 145 137 424 133 103 113 339 148 136 120 404 122 108 126 358 158 146 128 431 111 104 123 338 132 132 110 374 168 117 127 402 133 139 144 406 138 142 137 417 135 116 129 380 IN 138 160 488 141 110 91 346 150 ;WJ 108 361 IN 1U 143 419 108 141 111 S7J 130 170 U3 «30 102 141 III M< M 133 76 HI It) IN tai mm CLASSIC Ottawa limitation Co—0 1st 2nd M. Jones 146 147 C. Foster 105 115 J. Foster 142 105 A. Mletchen 128 154 W. Jones 161 158 Ottawa Bowl—4 K. Cordle 183 151 D. Cordle 203 178 L. Cordle 175 165 C. Cordle 161 158 C. Jackson 160 177 Pence Food Center—1 B. Jones 162 174 J. Taylor 147 16B J. Cole 167 187 O. Flinsbauifh .. .. 155 150 W. Fllnsbaugh .. .. 137 147 Pepvl-Cola—S N. Brown 182 164 B. Johnson 224 210 B. Hull 133 151 J. Snider 173 212 R. Kamp 345 21* Edmlitoni—I K. Jones 224 170 D. Griffin 113 110 C. Worl 158 117 B. Miller 157 126 A. Gilbert 141 205 Kitty Clover—1 t. Akeri ll'o 154 W. Hollon 77 137 B. Hollon 181 133 *, HollOR 147 170 3rd Ttl 175 461 165 38 113 36' 116 30! 148 46 138 48 178 55 200 54 204 52 181 51 168 504 163 47 174 50 178 48 172 45 182 52 188 62 185 45 172 66 193 85 117 68 143 386 168 165 44 158 51 128 382 163 377 144 468 166 483 Score Out Of Short Retirement LAKE WORTH, Fla. <AP)- [erb Score's retirement from jaseball lasted just four days. The hard-luck left-hander will ontinue in the game, he said Tiursday night, under assurances rom the Chicago White Sox that he'll be recalled to the major eagues if he does well in the minors. "Ed Short, the White Sox general manager, called me several imes urging me to reconsider," Score said at the home of his mother here in confirming Al Lopez* announcement in Los Angeles hat he would report as scheduled o Indianapolis of the International League. "Many friends of mine made the same plea. When he assured me that if I do well at Indianapo- is the White Sox will recall me, I decided to go back. I didn't want to quit." Score, 29, had announced his re- irement Sunday night after the White Sox had optioned him for the second straight year to Indianapolis. Score, six years ago one of the top left-handers in baseball, has been struggling to stay in the majors since he was seriously injured by a line drive off the bat of Yankee infielder Gil McDougald in 1957. Ottawa High First In B Triangular Ottawa High athletes won t triangular B track meet at Tur ner yesterday, taking eight firs! places and scoring 64 points over Rosedale with 55% and Turner with 46Va. Events and ed below: winners are list 100-yard — 11.5. dash: Altic, Ottawa; Time 220-yard dash: Time—24.5. Woodward, Ottawa 130-yard high hurdles: Hayes, Rose dale; Time—16.». Shot Put: Marrow, Rosedale; Dls tance — 47 feet, nine Inches. Pole Vault: Henry, Ottawa; Heigh —10 feet, six inches. Broad Jump: Shorten, Rosedale Distance — 19 feet, eight inches. ISO-low hurdles: Bridges, Rosedale Time — 18.6. Mile Run: Robertson, Rosedale Time — 4.56. 440-yard. dash: Ferguson, Ottawa Time — 54.4. 880-yard run: Davis, Ottawa; Time —2:10.2. Mile Relay: Turner; Time — 3.40. 880-Relay: Ottawa; Time — 1:37.5. Medley: Ottawa: Time — 3:57.9. Discus: Saathoff, Ottawa; Distance —129 feet, two inches. Javelin: Ryan, Turner; Distance — 153 feet, nine inches. High Jump: Tinsley, Turner; fiv feet, six and a half inches. For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobile Set Dean Berlin, Agtnt 100 E. Second Phone CTH 2-2804 Hardware, 3-1 loser to Garage. results and individual in the Ottawa Bowl Judge's iienie's Team scores eagues appear elsewhere on this rage. Here are team results and ugh individual scores in the AMF League: Brown'a Hardware—4 High 10-30 — E. Fritts, 205-54* tllwln't—0 High 10-30 — Bonn, 178-508 Brlieoe Draft—3 High 10 — J. Mack, 181 High 30 — W. Robuck, 515 Ditch Bar Paint*—1 High 10 — N. Hiatt, 161 High 30 — H. Day. 440 eptl-Cola—t High 10-30 — C. Wolgast, 200-570 Cheney'a Marked—2 High 10-30 — O. Honn, 188-476 Blue Moon—8 High 10-3<) — J. Moody, 182-517 tanrad's Painters—1 High 10 — A. Beets, 101 High 30 — D. Heckman, 531 Jolbern's—S High 10 — Bailey, 186 , High 30 — Lemon, 456 Peterson's Masonry—1 High 10 — C. Downing, 230 High 30 D. Peterson, 542 The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in )y a reader. Junior High Boys Set New Records Ottawa Junior High ninth grade athletes set new records in he high' jump and discus yesterday at a track meet in Rosedtle where the Ottawans took ill first places in the 13-event meet. Ronald Lloyd set a new discus record with his 140-foot, ^inch throw. Madison Stein set a new record in the high jump with a leap that took him 5 feet, five and one-eighth inches. Previous records for both events were not available. The Ottawa boys competed with other ninth graders from Rosedale and Bonner Springs. Ottawa scored 98 points. Rosedale came in second with 27 points and Bonner Springs third with 12. Ottawa and Rosedale seventh and eighth graders also met Rosedale yesterday for an 11-event track meet that ended in. Rosedale's favor, 49-42. Rosedale won seven first places, and Ottawa took five. Winners of events are listed below: Gage, Ottawa; Time Gates, Ottawa; Time Distance 100-yard dash: —11.2. 220-yard dash: —25.4. Shot Put: Lloyd, Ottawa; —47 feet, two inches. Pole Vault: Buyer, Ottawa; Height —nine feet, seven inches. Broad Jump: Stein, Ottawa; Distance — 17 feet. 100-yard low hurdles: Cook, Ottawa; Time — 13.4. 440-yard dash: Cook, Ottawa; Time— 57.6. 880-yard run: Nicholson; Ottawa; Time — 2:14.4. 880 Relay: Ottawa; Time — 1:43.3. 440 Relay: Ottawa; Time — 50.0. Discus: Lloyd, Ottawa; Distance —140 feet, four and a half inches. 50-yard dash: Carter and Williams, Ottawa tied; Distance — six feet, two inches. High Jump: Stein, Ottawa; Height- five feet, fie and one-eighth inches. Seventh and eighth grade relay: 100-yard dash: King, Rosedale; Time —11.8. 220-yard dash: Denney, Rosedale; Time — 26.8. _, Shot Put: Elwood, Rosedale; Distance — 45 feet. Pole vault: Underwood, Ottawa; Height — eight feet. Broad Jump: Buck, Ottawa; Distance — 16 feet, eight inchei. 100-yard low hurdles: Barr, Ottawa; time — 15.2. 440 Relay: Ottawa; Time — S2.6. 880 Relay: Rosedale; Time — 1:48.8, Discus: Schmllle, Rosedale; Distance — 82 feet, eight Inches. 50-yard dash: King, Rosedale; Time —6.2. High Jump: Denney, Rosedale; Height — five feet, six inches. Witness Orlando Cepeda, a one- eyed disappointment in the World ieries but now teamed with Felipe Alou to form a two-man wrecking. crew for the San Francisco Giants. Cepeda rapped out three hits, including a. three-run homer > Thurs- lay as the defending National *ague champions won their third without a loss, 7-1 over the Colts n a night game at Houston. The burst gave Cepeda nine lits in 14 at-bats. Alou drove in wo runs on a double and two sin[les. He now has eight hits in 12 ries so far. The Cepeda-Alou combo provided lefty Billy O'Dell with more han enough working room as the Jiants completed a sweep of the hree-game set. O'Dell stopped the Colts on three hits and an un Scoreboard Los Angeles Pittsburgh National League W. L. Pet. G.B. 11.000 — 0 1.000 — 0 1.000 1/2 .667 .667 San Francisco .. 3 Philadelphia .... 2 SI. Louis ....... 2 Cincinnati .. Milwaukee . Chicago .... Houston ........ 0 New York ..... 0 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 .333 .333 .333 .000 .000 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 Thursday's Results Milwaukee 6, New York 1 Chicago 2, Los Angeles 0 San Francisco 7, Houston 1 Only games scheduled Today's Games Los Angeles at Houston (N) Only game scheduled Saturday's Games San Francisco at Chicago Pittsburgh .at Cincinnati New York at Milwaukee Philadelphia at St. Louis Los Angeles at Houston (N) American League W. L. Pet. G.B. Baltimore 3 0 1.000 — New York 2 1 .667 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 .667 .667 .500 .333 .333 .333 .333 .000 Detroit Chicago Minnesota .. Los Angeles Boston Cleveland Washington Kansas City Thursday's Results Baltimore 4. New York 1 Detroit 6, Cleveland 1 Washington 8, Boston 0 Chicago 3, Los Angeles 1 Only games scheduled Today's Games Minnesota at Kansas City (N) Only game scheduled Saturday's Games Detroit at Cleveland Boston at Washington Baltimore at New York Minnesota at Kansas City (N) Chicago at Los Angeles (N) TRUCKING Livestock & General FREIGHT Local or Long Distance ORREN ALTIC Ph. Ottawa - CH 2-5698 National League Cepeda Homers In Giant Victory ....... • .. • . - ..,-.. »v.. By BOB GREEN * --- - -.-*'--• Wt~ m'mm ' fl^A^M Itf^A^^ AMociatea nett sports writer Two good eyes and a little rest work wonders. HUGHES CUES Greetings Gates We have everything you need in the way of garden hoses and soakers for your lawn needs this summer. Does your lawn mower need reshoe- ing? Take a look at our Gates Replace-a-tread Kits. Hughes Auto Parts 424 S. Main CH 2-3224 Bill Ding Says: Over 300 Movable shutters and louver doors in stock from 69c and up ...in home decor: movable shutters! For beauty, for performance ... Add movable shutters from CANNON CRAFT, the world's largest manufacturer. We take pride in presenting these finely crafted movable shutters -They can be stained or painted to match your decor! earned run, striking out six and walking only one. Milwaukee's Warren Spahn beat the Mets 6-1 on six hits in the Braves' home opener, posting the 328th victory of his career. The Cubs' young Dick Ellsworth three- hit the Dodgers 2-0 at Chicago in the only other National League games scheduled. Spahn, who will be 42 later this month, moved into a tie with John Clarkson for eighth place on the all-time list of winners on the strength of his easy triumph over the Mets. He had trouble only with outfielder Duke Snider who produced the Mets only run—and their first of the season after two straight shutouts—when he hit the 390th homer of his career in the second inning. Ellsworth, 23, who was a 20- game loser last season, allowed the previously unbeaten Dodgers only six balls out of the infield. Ellsworth, a lefty, struck out five and walked two. Lakers Win Playoff; Coach Says They'll Beat Celtics LOS ANGELES (AP) - Coach Fred Schaus says his Los Angeles Lakers can and will beat the Boston Celtics in the National Basket- tall Association's championship series starting Sunday afternoon in Boston. The Lakers swept by the St. Louis Hawks Thursday night 115100 to win Western Division final playoff 4-3. Los Angeles out-rebounded the Hawks 67-39 and outscored them in every period. Schaus ordered the Lakers into the Loyola University gymnasium this afternoon for a practice on patterns and said the team would Game Of Week Time Again Baseball fans will be interested to know that "Dizzy" Dean and "Pee Wee" Reese will return to their microphones on Saturday, April 13 to launch the llth consecutive season of the "Games of the Week" series on television. Dean has been an announcer for 23 years and a "Game of the Week" television announcer since 1953. He'll be teaming up on the CBS sports feature for the fourth straight season. eave Saturday and get in a workout in Ihe Boston Gardens. The big difference in the seventh and deciding game of an extremely hard-fought series with the Hawks was that the Lakers lad their one-two punch, Capt. Elgin Baylor and Jerry West, and the Hawks didn't. Bob Pettit, the Hawks' big scoring threat, played his usual fine game, but Cliff Hagan was handicapped by a broken left thumb. Hagan started with a shot of novocaine in the joint but he wasn't hitting on his hook shot and Baylor hounded his every move. Whereas Pettit had 31 mints, Hagen got only 2. Tractor Tire Vulcanizing Foster Farm Serviot GILLILAND'S Recapping — Vulcanizing Rt 4. 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