The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 17, 1963 · Page 2
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2 THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, AprU 17, 1963 National League So Much Balking Don't Need Hitting By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer Can you visualize a stopwatch hanging in Baseball's Hall of Fame? It could happen. National League umpires are bellowing "balk" with such startling rapidity, they're advancing base runners quicker than the batters. Seven balks were called in the National League Tuesday, bring- the over-all total for less ing than two weeks o f the season to 30 balk calls in 32 games. For the same period of the 1962 season, there were only four. Not one balk has been called in the American League. The scorecard showed five balk calls at San Francisco, where the Giants whipped Houston 7-0 behind Billy Pierce's six-hitter. Two were called at Pittsburgh as St. Louis edged the Pirates 4-3. The other teams escaped. The Chicago Cubs handed the Los Angeles Dodgers their fourth setback in the last five games, 2-1 in 12 innings, Warren Spahn's four-hitter gave Milwaukee an 8-0 decision over Philadelphia and Cincinnati made it seven straight losses for the New York Mets, 7-4. Houston Manager Harry Craft and pitching coach Cot Deal suggested that Augie Donatelli make a stopwatch part of his standard umpiring equipment when they Celtics Two-Up In Title Playoff By BOB SALMON Associated Press Sports Writer BOSTON (AP)—The apprehensive Boston Celtics took a commanding two-game lead mixed with foreign court doubts to Los Angeles today after beating the Lakers for the second straight time in the National Basketball Association's championship playoff series. The third game of the best-of- seven series was set for tonight at the Los Angeles Sports Arena. Game No. 4 also will be played there, Friday night, before the series returns to Boston Sunday night—IF. But both opposing coaches — Freddie Schaus of the Lakers and Red Auerbach of the Celtics—felt sure the series would never be a four-game affair. Schaus says Los Angeles can tie it at home and Auerbach is afraid of that possibility. 'We can tie it up back home—I honestly. feel that," said Schaus after the Celtics posted a 113-106 rictory at Boston Garden Tuesday ight. "We weren't bad out there n the first two games but I know we can play better. It was just i case of the Celtics playing a ittle better thus far in the cries." The Celtics overcame an early •OS Angeles lead and had the acl- antage up to a dozen points be- ore having to hold off a late Bakers rally. But though the visors whittled it down to four joints, the Celtics won going way. Sam Jones and Tom Heinsohn aced Boston in the scoring de- artment in the second game, etting 27 and 26 points, respectively. Elgin Baylor of the Lakers as the game's big scorer with 0 points, while teammate Jerry West had 28 and Dick Harriett cored 20. Scoreboard By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. G.B. New York 4 2 .667 Detroit 4 2 .667 — Kansas City .... 4 2 .667 — Baltimore 3 3 .500 1 Boston 3 3 .500 1 Cleveland 3 3 .500 1 Chicago 2 3 .400 IVa Los Angeles .... 2 3 .400 I 1 / Washington .... 2 4 .333 2 Minnesota 2 4 .333 2 Tuesday's Results Minnesota 11, Los Angeles 10 (13 innings) Detroit 7, New York 2 Cleveland 3, Washington 0 Kansas City 7, Chicago 4 Boston 6, Baltimore 1 Tuesday's Results Minnesota 11, Los Angeles 10 (13 innings) Detroit 7, New York 2 Cleveland 3, Washington 0 Kansas City 7, Chicago 4 Boston 6, Baltimore 1 Today's Games Detroit at New York Los Angeles at Minnesota Baltimore at Boston Washington at Cleveland (N) Only games scheduled Thursday's Games Los Angeles at Minnesota Kansas City at Chicago Only games scheduled. National League W. L. Pet. G.B San Francisco ..5 1 .833 Milwaukee 5 2 .714 Vz Pittsburgh 4 2 .667 1 Philadelphia ... 4 2 .667 1 St. Louis 4 2 .667 1 Chicago 3 3 .500 2 Los Angeles .... 3 4 .429 2 1 / 2 Cincinnati 2 4 .333 3 Houston 2 5 .286 3'/ New York 0 7 .000 5 1 / Tuesday's Results Milwaukee 8, Philadelphia 0 San Francisco 7, Houston 0 Cincinnati 7, New York 4 St. Louis 4, Pittsburgh 3 Chicago 2, Los Angeles 1 (1 innings) Today's Games Chicago at Los Angeles (N) Philadelphia at Milwaukee (N Houston at San Francisco (N) Pittsburgh at St. Louis (N) New York at Cincinnati (N) Thursday's Games Philadelphia at Milwaukee Houston at San Francisco Pittsburgh at St. Louis (N) Chicago at Los Angeles (N) Only games scheduled. College Scores By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Baseball Iowa State 18, Drake 8 LSU 10, Arkansas 2 Bradley 6, Iowa 0 Track William Jewell 113, Westminster questioned (he third balk call against Colt pitchers. The suggestion was not well taken, and Craft and Deal were thrown out in less time than it takes to call a balk. Pierce, called for two balks, had no complaints. He remained unbeaten at Candlestick Park with his 14th straight regular season victory. The 87-year-old left-hand- er struck out six while walking three before 40,782 attending the home opener of the National League champs. The Giants put it out of reach with four runs in the first inning, two coming home on a double by Felipe Alou. The Cardinals came up with two runs in the last of the ninth to give rookie Harry Fanok his first major league victory. Duke Carmel's first major league homer, a pinch-hit job off loser EIRoy Face, tied the score before the clincher came across on a double by Curt Flood and a throwing error by Julio Gotay on Dick Groat's grounder. Stan Musial, the major league record-holder in the department, accounted for his 6,000th total base with an eighth-inning single. The Cubs pushed across the tie breaker against Ed Roebuck on two-base error by Willie Davis n Billy Williams' fly, an infield it by Ron Santo and a sacrifice fly by Ernie Banks. Banks ac- ounted for Chicago's first run vith a fifth inning homer. Lindy flcDaniel was the winner in re- lef of Bob Buhl, who had a five- lit shutout working until the ighth when Willie Davis singled n a run. Spahn won his 329th game and >osted his 56th career shutout. Ed ie Mathews supported the 41- ear-old left-hander with his 400th major league homer. Spahn now eighth on the all-time list in x)th victories and shutouts while la thews' two-run shot made him ie eighth player to reach the 400- ircle. Cal McLish was the loser. The Reds struck for five runs n five hits, including a key dou- ,Iowa 23 Arkansas 74, Tulsa 67 Wisconsin 72, Drake 61 State 48 Tennis William Jewell 5, Westminster 4 Tulsa 6, Wichita 0 Oklahoma 7, Nebraska 0 Golf Nebraska 12V4, Drake 2 >le by Gordy Coleman, in the very^ lonely doubles win. ifth inning to take a lead they "" lever lost against the Mets. Duke Snider, who collected his 2,000th u't in the second inning, hit a two- run homer as the Mets scored our runs in the sixth, but fell short. Jim Maloney was the winner with Jay Hook the loser. Olathe Murder Trial In May OLATHE, Kan. (AP)-Earl E O'Connor, Johnson County distrid judge, entered a plea of innocent for 18-year-old Lloyd Lee Harsh Tuesday after Harsh stood mute at his arraignment on charges o! first degree murder in the slaying of Miss Donna Busby, 17. Harsh pleaded innocent to a charge of assault with intent to kill Miss Busby's fiance, Thoma G. Thorp, 20. Both Thorp and Miss Busby were hit by shotgun blasts March 2 at a campsite on a farm south of Lenoxa. Harsh is being held without bond. Judge O'Connor said a tria date would be set for the Ma> term of district court. Changed Your AIR FLITER LATELY? We have a complete stock of Pram & Baldwin replacement Units to fit Most Cars. They will help your gas mileage and they're easy to install. HARRY SMITH AUTO SUPPLY 110 S. Main CH 2-1522 American League PIN IN THE WAY? — Spring has broug'it Ottawa women back to Country Club golf course for regular weekly sessions. Here, in yesterday's play, Mrs. Jack Goss, 31 Rockwood Drive, lines up to putt while Mrs. Bob Hill, 426 S. Locust, holds pin. (Herald Photo) OHS Netters Beaten By Osawatomie The on-again, off-again Ottawa Cyclone netmen fought the Osawatomie six on their courts yesterday afternoon, but the home team proved more than a match for the Reds as it pounded out a 6-3 wind swept victory. Jack Thompson and Jim Graham continued their outstanding play in the Nos. 4 and 5 positions for the only Cyclone singles victories, and Graham combined with Doug Schultz for the A's In Tie For First By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Kansas City Athletics moved into a three-way tie for first place in the American League Tuesday as they dropped the Chicago White Sox 7-4 at Chicago. Gino Cimoli drove in three runs for the A's, who ran their winning streak to four games. Lefty Ted Bowsfield picked up his first triumph of the season. He needed help from John Wyatt to quell a Sox rally in the ninth. Ottawa now stands at 1-3-1 for the season and were to tangle with Turner tfsateroihne hnnoot with Turner this afternoon on the Forest Park courts. The "B" team will travel to Washburn Rural for its second match of the season. Here are the results: SINGLES Craig Whitt (Osa) over Eddie Davidson (Ott) 6-4, 6-1. Bill Calvin (Osa) over Loren Shofner (Ott) 8-6, 2-6, 6-4. Bob Fields (Osa) over Jan Jefferis (Ott) 6-3, 7-5. Jack Thompson (Ott) over Gary Vess (Osa) 61, 6-1. Jim Graham (Ott) over BUI Whittenbrink (Osa) 6-4, 6-1. Danny Coffelt (Osa) over Doug Schultz (Ott) 1-6, 6-4, 7-5. DOUBLES Whitt-Calvin (Osa) over Davidson-Shofner (Ott) 6-2, 6-3. Fields-Vess (Osa) over Thompson-Jefferis (Ott) 9-7 (Pro Set) Graham-Schultz (Ott) over Whittenbrink-Coffelt (Osa) 6-3, 6-3. Pro Basketball NBA Playoffs By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tuesday's Result Boston 113, Los Angeles 106 (Boston leads best-of-7 final 2-0) Today's Game Boston at Los Angeles Thursday's Game No game scheduled. 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, Aqent 109 E Second Phone C!H 2-2804 OTTAWA BOWL 41SV 2 N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 TUESDAY NIGHT LADIES Sinn-Haley—I 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. P. Jackson 128 108 155 391 R. Kaub 144 129 157 430 B. Denniston 102 104 113 319 D. Nltcher 102 122 133 357 B. Adams 150 153 129 432 KOFO—II H. Carey 159 202 100 527 H. Conrad 132 162 156 450 B. Welborn H. Reddick P. White 113 102 126 341 VTW Aux. 5001—I Lutz M. Hull D. McPadden .. . L. Wise W. Sowers Todds Ins. Agency—0 L. Bennett 103 110 129 342 B. Plory 147 119 114 380 133 110 123 366 142 142 142 426 154 137 144 435 170 156 161 487 98 126 115 338 168 146 147 461 B7 147 137 381 INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE Bennett Cry. No. 1—S 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl L. Kramer 169 171 1»0 531 A. Dodd 133 165 172 471 J. Kramer 200 182 194 57i C. Dodd 194 189 188 57 L. Kramer 155 204 171 53C People* National B»nk—1 A. Gilbert 171 211 160 54! 210 194 172 B7i 15« 137 182 471 R. Dttvis A. Bennett A. Knoeppel 174 184 187 54; Lichtenberger . . Ottawa Times—3 166 182 167 511 L. Moore 182 170 158 51 L. Chambers B. Seymour B. Whitacre 179 B. Rlnehart 122 152 192 46 187 135 161 81 147 153 47 187 158 53 1BO Nltcher Floor Serv.—1 O. Morrison 131 119 130 38 G. Davis E. Keim 124 100 101 325 L. Campbell 103 161 264 IB. Flggins H. Wenthe 135 154 149 438 PrcMo Foods—, 1 ! Arnolds Jewelry—S G. Nitcher 147 174 168 164 156 48 173 179 4» 197 140 51 H. Ltegerot M. Cayot V. Ferguson M. Moore 113 104 132 349 114 149 149 412 154 144 125 423 112 140 126 378 V. Fostei 169 135 171 475 Eaglet Aux No. T,W—l B. Brill 121 135 137 393 P. Todd B. Maloney L. Casteel . E. Keller .. 102 109 77 288 145 110 147 402 97 88.. 99 284 150 110 115 375 Bowling Some Nifty Team Series; And Helen Does Quite Well Some real nifty team series lighlighted Ottawa bowling ac- ivity on three league fronts last light. Top team honors went to Al Sects' Ramblers who scored 684 scratch in a 4-0 sweep over 'oremost Dairy in the Royal T jeague at the Royal T Lanes. At the Ottawa Bowl, Bennett !reamery No. 1 and Peoples Na- ional Bank butted heads in the ndustrial League with Bennett aking three points on a 2677 cratch. The bankers rolled 2653 scratch. The shining light in the Tuesday Night Ladies League at the Dttawa Bowl was Helen Carey with a 527, on lines of 159-202166, for KOFO, 3-1 winner over Shinn & Haley. Every man in the Beets crew 3eat 500, with Cecil Wolgast leading with a 585 and a 236 line. 3ther contributions were 528 by Darrell Cordle, 508s by B. Pogue and R. Beiter and 555 by Beets. Four members of the Bennett team of Kramers and Dodds bea 500, led by J. Kramer with 576 and C. Dodd with 571. Homer Kramer added 530 and L. Kramer, 530. A. Dodd contributed 470. The Peoples' Bankers were led by R. Davis with 576. A. Gilbert with 542, A. Knoeppel with 545, R. Lichtenberger with 515 and A. Bennett with 475 helped out. Other team results and individual scores in the Ottawa Bowl leagues appear elsewhere on this page. Here are team results and high individual scores in the Royal T League: Best Truck Lines—0 High 10-30 — G. KittS, 173-475 Al Beets Ramblers—1 High 10-30 — C. Wolgast, 236-585 Toremost Dairy—4) High 10-30 — C. Fritts, 205-479 Maracaibo Oil—H High 10-30 — C. Jackson, 203-562 Bandy's Insurance—1 High 10-30 — Heckman, 191-555 Hensiek's Grocery—3 High 10 — Colby, 180 High 30 — Hensiek, 490 Trout's Jewelry—1 High 10-30 — S. Smith, 211-537 Ottawa Savings & Loin—I High 10 —K Grabham, 208 High 30 — Norman, 570 LL&B Oilers—0 High 10-30 — Spaulding, 178-484 'Lousy Hitter 5 Taps One Ten Feet; 3 Score By JIM BECKER Associated Press Sports Writer Even for a pitcher, Hank Aguirre of the Detroit Tigers is a lousy hitter. Most of the time he might as well leave his bat in the rack. Last year was typical. Aguirre hit .027. He was up 75 times and struck out 46. Once he grounded into a doubleplay, which is pretty good for him. He got two hits. One came off Hal Reniff of the New York Yankees, who was promptly sent to the minors. Against the Yankees Tuesday, Aguirre got his first hit of the new season, and his ninth in nine years in the majors. It went about 10 feet down the third base line, but it came with the bases loaded. Yankee third baseman Clete Bbyer, apparently startled by this offensive display, picked the ball up and threw it away. Before the dust had settled three runs were home. The Tigers went on to whip the Yankees 7-2 and move into a three-way tie for first place in the American League. The Kansas City Athletics gained a share of the lead with the Tigers and Yankees by win- rung their fourth straight, 7-4 over the Chicago White Sox. All three teams have 4-2 records. In other American League games, Cleveland shut out the Washington Senators 3-0 on Sam McDwlTs wo-hitter, the Bostonie McDowell's two-hitter, the Boston Red Sox set back the Baltimore Orioles 6-1 and the Minnesota Twins won a weirdie from the Los Angeles Angels, 11-10 in U innings. McDowell, another of the bright young men on the Cleveland ros- tr, pitched his first complete game in the majors, striking out L3. McDowell, a 20-year-old left- bander, was matched by Claude Osteen of the Senators until Woodie Held hit a leadoff homer in the seventh. Dick Stuart made his Boston debut, and immediately made friends with the cozy left field wall. His three-run homer off Robin Roberts in the sixth inning was the big blow behind Bill Monbou- quette, who spun a five-hitter. There were some strange goings-on at Minnesota, where the Angels and the Twins struggled for 4 hours and 47 minutes. The Angels used nine pitchers, the Twins eight, for a major league record of 17. There were nine errors, six by the Angels, and 33 hits. Five times the Twins overcame Angel leads. Eli Grba, the ninth Angel hurler, walked home the winning run with the bases full in the 13th. Tractor Tire Vulcanizing Foster Farm Service GILLILAND'S Recapping — Vulcanizing Rt 4, Ottawa Ph. Centropolis « Buy Now No Money Down MALOTT Hdwe. & Appliances 116 S. Main Say goodbye to shirt hangover... 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