The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 16, 1963 · Page 2
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, April 16, 1963 Too Bad Mets Had To Play 9th Inning By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer The New York Mets lost again, but there's no PANIC! It's more like CINAP. There's no other way to spell it out for a team that is continually moving backward. , The Mets moved forward for 12-3 innings plus two strikes Monday, then Lee Maye shoved them backward by shoving his bat in front of: a fat pitch for a two-run homer that gave Milwaukee a 4-3 victory in the only game played in the majors. From 72-year-old Casey Stengel, the grizzled, backward-speaking manager, to 18-year-old Ed Kranepool, the rookie outfielder, the loss was a morale-mauler, bringing back the memory of last year's dismal start that never ended. Against the Braves, the Mels mussed their heaviest artillery and boomed out 12 hits, they committed only one error, they led going into the ninth, they were one strike away from victory when Tracy Stallard fired to Maye. The defeat left the Mets with an 0-6 record, dropping them 4% games back of the National League leaders. They are, naturally and uncomfortably, situated in the cellar. Shutout for six innings by Bob Shaw, the Mets struck back in the seventh — and everything worked. In the eighth, the Mets snapped the tie on singles by Kranepool and Duke Snider, a walk to Jim Hickman and a sacrifice fly by Harkness. Unfortunately they had to play the ninth. Stallard, working in relief of starter Al Jackson, got Ed Mathcws and Joe Torre»«to open the inning. One out to go. Stallard got ahead of Maye 1-2. One strike to go. Then Maye struck. The Mets will try again tonight at Cincinnati. National League champion San Francisco finally gets to play its home opener, against Houston, and the Los Angeles Dodgers raise the curtain in their own park against the Chicago Cubs. Pittsburgh will be at St. Louis and Philaclephia at Milwaukee on a full schedule. In the American League, Chicago and Boston hold their home openers, the White Sox meeting K.-msas City and the Red Sox taking on Baltimore. Detroit will be at New York. Los Angeles at Minnesota and Washington at Cleveland. jVame Lettermen At Williamsburg WILLIAMSBURG - P lenty good food and no speeches—that was the program last night for the annual potluck supper honoring Williamsburg high and grade school athletes and cheerleaders. The good food was planned, but the other wasn't. Washburn University's head football coach was to speak but had to cancel late in the. day because of a throat ailment. Forrest principal Bond, and ' grade 'coach," school introduced the grade school basket- Actress Contests Dad's Will NEW YORK (AP) - Actress Dina Merrill is contesting the will of her late multimillionaire father because, she said it disinherited her children —his only grandchildren. The blonde actress, who inherited a fortune from her grandfather, Charles Post, has challenged the will of Edward F. Hut- Ion in Nassau County Surrogate .Court on Long Island. Mutton's estate was estimated at more than $3.8 million, of which he willed only $25,000 to Miss Merrill, sional name is Rumbough. ers. Women of the community prepared the variety of foods for the supper which is sponsored by the Williamsburg Lions Club. High school letter winners are: Basketball — Joe Binns, Fred Buckley, Ted Buckley, Roger Cromwell, Cliff Goodwill, Carol Mallory, Larry Milliken, Phil Piersol and Gary Stansbury, all juniors, and Ed Ransom, sophomore. Football — Binns, the two Buck- eys, Cromwell, Goodwill, Mai-. [017, Milliken, Piersol, Ransom, Stansbury, seniors Larry Shaffer and Ronald Smith and sophomore James Sowers. Track (1962) — Binns, the two Buckleys, Cromwell, Goodwill, Mallory, Larry Miller, Milliken, Gary Malburg, Ransom, David Richeson Sowers and Truyn Bischoff. Grade school basketball lettermen are Rodney Mulcahey, John Davis, Doug Bethell, Gene Casady, Bud Ransom, Terry Collins, Curtis Figgins, Bob McClure and Duane Campbell. whose nonprofes- Nedenia Hutton No mention was made in the will of Miss Merrill's three children—Lee, 16; David, 13 and Nina, 10. The actress is married to wealthy Stanley M. Rumbough. Her mother, Button's second wife, is millionairess Marjorie Meriweather Post May of the cereal family. Hutton, who was 85, died July 11, 1962. In'his will, Hutton noted that his daughter was left the 125,000 as "an expression of affection" since she was "amply provided for by sources other than myself." 366 Children In Egg Hunt WELLSVILLE - A total of 366 children took part in the Easter egg hunt Saturday afternoon at the Wellsville School grounds. The hunt was sponorecl by the Louis H. Hanson Post of American Legion. Local merchants and businessmen donated prizes. In the group up to 4 years of age, there were some 150 participants; ages 5, 6 and 7, 101, ages 8, 9, and 10, 85, and about 30 in the group of 11 and 12-year- olds. J GILLETTE J ^ Super Power Bar ^ • Tractor Tires • See Us for J PAST, EFFICIENT J TIRE SERVICE J on Ail Tractors! • 110 West 4th St T Right Down Town T Sans Supply, Inc. CH J-4436 ball leltermen and cheerleaders. Louis Coppoc introduced the high school cheerleaders and athletes. Then he closed the meeting with a lesson in football formations, using grade school boys as play- Salina Party For Wheat Men SALINA, Kan. (AP)-The Kansas Wheat Improvement Association will sponsor a party at Salina's Memorial Hall May 21 for Kansas wheat farmers and millers, bakers and grain trade men from across the nation. Between 125 and 160 wheat processors and between 4,000 and 5,000 farmers are expected to attend. The wheat processors will have a dinner meeting at Kansas City May 20, then fly to Salina in four chartered planes. Bowling Team Rolls 2660; Eunice Scores 504 Helen & Bill's Cafe rolled a 2660, and Eunice Strickland scored a 504 to lead men and women bowlers in two leagues last night at Ottawa Bowl Lanes. The cafe five, with every man rolling 500 or better, swept four points from Todd's Mobile homes in the Brunswick League. The breakdown R. Schultz, 518 shows 500 for for H. Doman, 545 for Bill Wenthe and a good anchorman's series, 593, for anchorman Dave Heckman. Eunice rolled lines of 136-193175 for her 504 series for The Elks Ladies who split 2-2 with Ottawa Bowl in the Monday Night Ladies League. B. Spatz rolled 476 with an 180 line for Ottawa Savings & Loan, but her team lost, 3-1, to Lee's Cafe. Other team results and individual scores in the Monday night leagues appear elsewhere in today's sports section. Mitchell Shifts His Jayhawks LAWRENCE (AP)-Coach Jack Mitchell is experimenting with several lineup changes in spring football practice for his Kansas Jayhawks. There were 84 candidates at the opening session Monday. Dave Crandall was shifted from halfback to quarterback, Tony Leiker from slotback to end, and Armand Baughman from fullback to slotback. With speedster Gale Sayers at tailback and veteran Ken Coleman at fullback, Mitchell says his main problem is developing dependable quarterback. He also plans considerable work this spring on defense, stressing the 6-2 and 5-4 formations as changes from the 6-1 used much of last season. Spring practice will end with a varsity-alumni game May 18. Texans Already Plan Move KANSAS CITY (AP) - Several members of the Dallas Texans are so certain they will be playing football here next fall they are planning to move their families to Kansas City. Supporting them is this statement by Lamar Hunt, owner of the American Football League club: "The move of the Dallas Texans to Kansas City is signed, sealed and delivered with the exception of the advanced ticket sale and the name-the-team contest. From what I have observed I can have no doubt that the ticket sales drive will be anything but a smash success." Hunt told nearly 500 persons at the ticket sales kick-off Monday that even if the 30-day drive falls 5,000 short of the 25,000 goal "There would be plenty of time to sell another 5,000 tickets or so before the opening of the regular season next fall." The ticket drive committee expects to make its first report on sales Thursday. Palmer Out LATROBE, Pa. (AP) - Arnold will miss the Houston Palmer Classic Golf Tournament this week because of work that must be finished on his teeth and on a cyst that was removed from under his left eye, his wife said Tuesday. Hoyt's A Jewel In Sox Bullpen By CHARLES CHAMBERLAIN Associated Press Sports Writer CHICAGO (AP)-Probaffly the most comforting feeling a baseball manager can have is to press the alarm for a relief pitcher and have Hoyt Wilhelm trot out rarin' to go like an old fire horse. Al Lopez of the Chicago White Sox is experiencing this glow now. Three times so far he has called on the 39-year-old flutter-ball specialist. And Wilhelm has responded with 10 innings of scoreless relief, yielding only two hits. "I'd say our pitching is nearly 40 per cent stronger with Hoyt in the bull pen to save games," says Lopez. "He's worth more than a 20-game winner, and he works with so little effort that he probably can last as long as Satchel Paige." Wilhelm, who came to the Sox as part of the package deal for Luis Aparicio and Al Smith, is unusual in that he has been throwing a so-called knuckleball all his life. As a kid from a cotton farm, he was baffling batters with it on the Cornelius, N.C., High School team. "I grew up with it so my arm never hurts, and it doesn't take me long to get warmed up—maybe five to seven minutes," says Wilhelm, who was in 52 games for Baltimore last year with an amazing 1.94 earned run average in 93 innings. "It really isn't a knuckle at all. [ keep the nails of my index and middle fingers filed down bluntly. I put resin on them and grip the ball with the tips of them. I grip the ball on the side near the bottom with my thumb and the other side rests against my ring finger." Wilhelm's delivery is halfway between a sidearm and overhand. College Scores Baseball Kansas 8, Washburn 1 Iowa 8, Bradley 7 Tennis Kansas State 7, Missouri 0 Nebraska 4, Oklahoma Baptist 3 Warrensburg State 5, Lincoln 4 Golf Kansas 11%, Wichita 9% Iowa State 8, Nebraska 7 Kirksville State 16%, Warrensburg State 7% The Herald pays $5 every week for the best news tip turned in by a reader. For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobile* See Dean Berlin. Agent 109 E Second Phone CH 2-2804 Injury Sidelines Killebrew ST. PAUL-MINNEAPOLIS (AP) —Harmon Killebrew's twisted right knee, which the muscled slugger admits "doesn't seem to be getting any better," Monday forced him to the bench for an indefinite period. The decision to rest Killebrew until ttie feiee no affects his play was made by the Minnesota Twins brass after they learned it was again filled with fluid. The knee was drained April 4 at Orlando, Fla., before the Twins headed north for the opening of the season. Killebrew wrenched the kne« March 7 at Orlando during spring training when he tried to make a sharp turn and hit some loose dirt. OTTAWA BOWL 41SV 8 N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 MONDAY NIGHT LADIES tee's C»fe— 3 1st 2nd 3rd TH. M. Weldner 178 134 138 450 M. Smay 115 110 »7 322 S Ferguson 85 149 146 390 M. Ainsworth 125 151 170 446 Ottawa Savlnfi—1 D. Toumberlin 113 123 130 366 M. Barber 109 125 134 368 B. Spatz . 144 180 152 476 R. Mclntosh 113 113 130 356 C. Honn 128 1'06. 126 360 Betty B'§—0 R. Carlson 174 187 W. Cooper 80 109 D. Smith 122 93 J. Isham 100 125 P. White Ill 171 Nltrh«r Floor Service—I Shofncr 131 134 Evey 104 134 Johnson 85 129 Brandon ... 129 149 121 482 100 289 144 359 126 351 160 442 107 372 151 389 109 323 132 410 Elks—S B. Kersley 135 171 131 437 H. Ogle 119 125 143 387 R. Brady 119 117 131 367 E: Strickland 136 193 175 504 D. Heokman M. Lewis 140 120 185 445 Ottawa Bowl—3 D. Doman 117 150 145 412 A. Fredeen Ill 145 115 371 E. Crawford 150 138 133 421 V. Bloomer 129 134 143 406 _. J. Speer 133 179 139 451'O. McFadden 187 137 BRUNSWICK McCracken Eleo.—1 1st 2nd 3rd TH. 151 127 445 107 137 351 133 146 449 J. Taylor 167 B. Spatz 107 F. Ferguson 163 R. Bettge C. MrDanlels First National Bank— 1 180 178 159 517 209 188 147 544 N. Brown 161 158 177 494 R'. SMsler 157 185 157 47» D. Brown ... O. Page O. Domnanish . IOOF No. 24—3 O. Morrison 154 167 172 135 165 454 165 157 489 161 151 484 135 128 E. Lowrance 158 163 Breckenridge . . ..212 153 F. Hamner 178 132 O. Ainsworth .. .... 162 134 Hnbbard Lumber—1 B. Jones 171 193 R. Carey 116 139 L. Cordle 140 174 R. Davis 144 159 R. Crane 182 128 Helen's & Bills Cafe—t J. Doty 180 173 R. Schultz 177 158 H. Doman 181 161 B. Wenthe 176 223 185 221 153 418 178 4(7 131 496 118 '38 170 466 187 551 129 384 139 453 167 470 155 463 147 500 169 504 176 518 146 545 187 693 Mobile Home Servic*—0 I. McFadden 142 99 12» 370 J. Foster 147 98 88 334 C Foster 139 132 138 40i C. McFadden 115 155 143 413 176 500 its fun to ride thelblsan. Travel on "The Tutsan" streamliner to Kansas City or Chicago in comfortable "stretch-out" seat chair cars. Also "Big Dome" lounge (Kansas City-Chicago only). GOING SCHEDULE Tht Tufson Lv. Tulsa 7:15 a.m. Lv. Ottawa 11:00 a.m. Ar. Kansas City 12:10 p.m. T/ie Ch/ccrgoon Lv. Kansas City 12:25 p.m. Ar. Chicago .... 8:00 p.m. RETURNING SCHEDULE The Chief Lv. Chicago .... 9:00 a.m. Ar. Kansas City 4:35 p.m. The Tufcan Lv. Kansas City 4:55 p.m. Ar. Ottawa 5:50 p.m. Ar. 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