The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 26, 1963 · Page 2
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2 THE OTTAWA HERALD Friday, April 26, 1963 A New Team In 3rd Place With 2701 The Ottawa Bowl quintet of four Cordles and a Doman made itself at home at the Royal T Lanes last night and took over third place in the Men's Bowling Association Tournament team standings. Kenneth Cordle, patriarch of the bowling family, led his flock with a 593 as Ottawa Bowl scored a nifty 2701 scratch for a 3016 handicap mark. That put the team behind only Trout's Southpaws with 3131 and the Princeton Merchants with 3025. The Knights of Columbus No. 2 team dropped to fourth with its 3012. Helping Kenneth build up the big series were his sons, Darrell with 546, Lyle with 510 and Claron with 508. Howard Doman provided 544 from his anchor spot. Another major shift in the standings was Litwin's capture of sixth place with a 2970. A Hopkins led the team with 547. Bienie's Garage holds fifth place with 2992. Other rankings are Colby's, seventh with 2969; Crites and McCracken, tied for eighth with 2951; Hesiek Grocery, 10th with 2934; Foremost Dairy, llth with 2920; LL&B Oil- ers, 12th with 2919, and Ottawa Times, 13th with 2900. A GUbcrt rolled the best series in last night's session, a 597 with a 235 line, for Edmiston's. Other high individual performers were B. Young, 562 with a consistent 187-187-188 for Cheney Markets, D. Beiter, 567 for Conrad's Painters, Carlin Nalley, 572 with a 235 line for Briscoe Drugs, and A. Gilbert 551 and Cecil Wolgast 550 for Pepsi-Cola. Twelve teams roll tonight to end the team event. Singles and doubles will be rolled later on j weekends at the Ottawa Bowl. Rolling tonight at 6:30 are »Vhitacre Painters, Briscoe Drug, Royal T., Keen Co., Willis Nursery and Lee's Cafe. On the al- eys at 9 will be White's Furni- urc, Harry Smith Auto Supply, iteno's, Inc., Heathman Oil, Russ and Pat's and Blakesley's Serv- ce. JoAnne Ahead In Titleholders AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP)-Attractive, trim JoAnn Prentice, shooting for her first Women's Titleholders championship in eight attempts, takes a one-stroke lead into the second round of the |7,500 tournament today. Playing what she termed her best round ever in the titleholders, the Columbia, S.C., blonde blasted a one-under-par 36-35—71 over the soggy and treacherous Augusta Country Club course Thursday. Trailing closely with par 72s are Mary Lena Faulk of Sea Island, Ga., and Marilynn Smith of Jupi ter, Fla. Miss Faulk put together • pair of 36s while the Floridian carded a 35-37. NCAA Rejects Gotham Bowl MIAMI, Fla. (AP)-The National Collegiate Athletic Associa tion has ejected the Gotham Bowl from the ranks of approved postseason football games. But 13 other football bow; games were approved Thursday, plus a host of other special competitions, ranging from ice hockey to cross country. The Gotham Bowl, hard luck king of post-season events, has never been a financial success. Tractor Tire Vulcanizing Foster Farm Service TEAM LEADERS — Providing the spark for their teams in last night's tournament session were (front row, from left) Church Foster, 498 for Ottawa Insulation; Warner Flinsbaugh, 521 for Pence Food Center, and Ray Johnson, 537 for Pepsi-Cola (OB); (back row, from left) Leo Akers, 490 for Kitty Clover; Al Gilbert, 551 for Pepsi Cola (RT) and Kenneth Cordle, 593 for Ottawa Bowl. Mets .400 For Season After Beating The Cubs By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer Casey Stengel's New York Mets edged the Chicago Cubs 3-2 Thursday and now are 6-9 on the season for a .400 percentage—the highest in their history. The Mets, who usually find one day of the week as bad as the one before and no better than the one coming up, used Frank Thomas' run-producing single in the first inning and a two-run sixth inning homer for the first Thursday victory in their two- season history. Coupled with Thomas' hitting was the tight seven-hit pitching of Roger Craig and a rare third to first to shortstop doubleplay that ended the game. Lou Brock, who scored both Cubs runs, singled with one out in the ninth inning and attempted Scoreboard Bv THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Baltimore Chicago 7 Kansas City 9 New York ... 6 Boston 6 W. L. . 9 5 TOP MAN OF THE NIGHT in Ottawa Men's Bowling Association tournament play last night a Royal T Lanes was Al Gilbert (center) with 597 series and 235 line for Edmiston's. With him are Leo Beller (left) who led Colbern's with 516 and Carlin Nalley, top man for Briscoe Drugs with 573. (Herald Photos) Cyclones First In 3 Events Ottawa High athletes captured three first places and 29'/4 points yesterday in the Ft. Scott Relays. That put them fifth in a 9-school field. First - place winners were Jerry Turley, broad jump with 22 feet, 2 inches; Charles Bowling, pole vault with 12 feet, 7 inches, and a medley relay team of Turley, Roper Ferbgson, Rick Jamison and Craig Davis, 3:53.8. Placing were Rick Jamison, fourth in vault; Dennis Mote- let, third in javelin; Lester Edwards, fifth in high hurdles; Ferguson, 5th in 440; Paul Stephens, third in 220; Wayne Parker, fourth in 880, and the half mile relav team of Dave Altic, Eyes On Olympics Ottawa Junior High Wins League Meet Dean Woodward, Stephens, fourth. Turley and GILLILAND'S Recapping — Vulcanizing Rt. 4, Ottawa Ph Centropolis C Orioles Buy Outfielder BALTIMORE (AP)-The Baltimore Orioles purchased outfielder Herman Rathman from the Washington Senators Thursday. Rathman originally was signed by the Orioles last year as a free agent, but Washington picked him up for $8,000 last November in the draft of first-year players. Baltimore got him back for the same price on waivers. The 215-pound right-handed batter from Leavenworth, Kan., has been optioned to Aberdeen of the Class A Northern League, where he hit .244 last season and knocked in 53 runs in 60 games. Merchandise Shoot Sponsored By Williamsburg Wildlif* Club SUNDAY, APRIL 28 10:00 A.M. Ottawa Gun Club Grounds (2 miles East on Highway 69) By CONRAD DOWNING "A tremendous team effort," was the only comment of an elated coach, Don Kornhaus, after his Whirlwind cindermen stomped out a victory over five other Eastern Kansas League schools in the annual EKL Irishman track meet to decide the league champions. "I told the boys that in order to win we had to post 65 points, and they notched 70." Kronhaus expressed delight over the showing of his thinclads as they brought home the EKL trophy for first place. Olathe, with 62 1 / 2 , finished second while Turner copped third with 32 points. Argentine scored 19 points, Bonner Springs 7Vi, and Rosedale 4 to finish the East Kansas League Freshmen standings. Ronnie Lloyd was the outstanding individual in the meet as the lanky freshman star set a new Ottawa High school mark in the shot put with a heave of 49 feet, > with Emporia May 2 and Law Detroit Los Angeles Cleveland Minnesota Washington Pet. G.B. .643 .636 Va .600 % .545 .500 .467 .467 .455 .400 .308 1V4 2 2Vi 2% San Francisco Pittsburgh Los Angeles Milwaukee Philadelphia Chicago 7 New York ....6 Cincinnati ....5 Houston 5 Thursday's Results Los Angeles 7, Detroit 5 Minnesota 3, Washington 0 Baltimore 3, Kansas City 2 (10 innings) Only games scheduled Today's Games Kansas City at Washington (2, twi-night) Minnesota at Detroit (N) Los Angeles at Baltimore (N) Only games scheduled Saturday's Games Minnesota at Detroit Kansas City at Washington Los Angeles at Baltimore Cleveland at New York Chicago at Boston 'Iron Man' 7 Under At Houston SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP)-The fellow they call "the iron man" of the golf tour—Bruce Crampton of Australia—took the lead in the $30,000 Texas Open Thursday and observed that it was just like last year. Crampton, who plays in more tournaments than any other regu lar on the tour—he was in 38 straight in 1962 and is in his 16th straight this-year, said he didn'1 ically get started until this same tournament a year ago. Thereafter, he stepped out and won himself $31,000, including first National League St. Louis W. .10 10 ...8 ..10 ..9 ..7 L. 6 6 5 7 8 7 9 9 8 12 Pet. G.B. .625 — .625 — .615 % .588 % .529 .500 .437 .400 .385 .294 1*4 2Y2 3 3V 2 3V4 5V4 Thursday's Results New York 3, Chicago 2 San Francisco 8, St. Louis 4 Houston 7, Milwaukee 5 Los Angeles 7. Cincinnati 1 Only games scheduled Today's Games Philadelphia at Chicago New York at Pittsburgh (N) Cincinnati at Houston (N) St. Louis at Los Angeles (N) Milwaukee (N) at San Francisco Saturday's Games New York at Pittsburgh Philadelphia at Chicago Milwaukee at San Francisco Cincinnati at Houston (N) St. Louis at Los Angeles (N) Says Hike Fad Was Foolhardy KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP)-The national reaction to President Kennedy's challenge on 50-mile hikes was foolhardy, says a former Green Bay Packer football lineman. "Leave the spectaculars for television," Dr. James S. Feurig, now director of student health at Michigan State University, said at the American College Health Association meeting Thursday. He said less than 2% per cent of Americans get enough exercise at their work. to go to third base as Charlie Neal threw out Ken Hubbs. A quick throw by first baseman Gil Hodges to Al Moran, the shortstop covering third, nailed the speeding Brock. Bob Miller, who survived a 1-12 season with the Mets and was traded to Los Angeles, exceeded his 1962 victory total as he won his second with a five-hitler in the Dodgers 7-1 triumph over Cincinnati. The Dodgers have won five of six. Elsewhere, San Francisco moved into a tie with St. Louis for first place in the National League by beating the Cards 8-4, and Houston beat Milwaukee 7-5. Pittsburgh and Philadelphia were not scheduled. The amazing Mets got their first run off Dick Ellsworth on singles by Ron Hunt, Charlie Neal and Thomas. In the sixth, Neal doubled and Thomas slammed one out of the park. Brock came across with the first Cub run in the fifth, scoring on Jimmy Schaffer's double. Bob Will's pinch-hit single drove in Brock. The victory was the first in j three decisions for Craig while I Ellsworth's record was brought to 12-2. J Miller allowed the Reds' only i run in the seventh when Johnny Edwards doubled, look third on a fly and scored on an infield out. It was Miller's second victory without a loss. John Roseboro, Willie Davis and Ron Fairly backed Miller's pitching with homers off Joey Jay, who has lost four without winning. The Giants moved out front to stay in the second inning when Orlando Cepeda hit a solo hom&c. and Ed Bailey connected with one on. Bailey also singled home a run in the third inning off loser Ray Sadecki. Billy O'Dell was the San Francisco, but the victory went to reliefer Bob Bolin. Former Braves Don Nottebart, Den McMahon and Al Spangler did most of the damage for the Colts. Nottebart won his third without a loss with help from McMahon while Spangler singled in the run that snapped a 2-2 tie as Houston came up with five runs and tagged Hank Fischer with the defeat. THE BEST 1 inch. Lloyd also marked a new i rence West May 8, the Korn- i P^ ace m tne Motor City Open at high in the discus with a toss hausmen are priming for one of of 140 feet, 10 inches. Harvey; the outstanding events of the sea- Nicholson joined the record-break- j son. During the first part of .the ing with a new Va mile time of j summer, the Junior Olympics 2:13.1. will be run off with Ottawa ho- The Whirlwinds won 9 of the | ping to enter some of the out- 13 events to squeeze out the vie-! standin S performers for the 1963 tory. Other first place winners were George Gage, Dennis Cook, Ron Boyer and Reggie Silvey. Boyer was another double winner as he vaulted 9 feet, 9 inches to take first and also leaped 17 feet, 3 inches in the broad jump for his second blue ribbon performance. Ottawa now has a record of three dual meets under its belt, winning first in all three. The Reds also took first in the league meet but placed second behind tough competition in the Chanute Invitational. With duals against Chanute's 7th graders Tuesday, April 30, and matching strength squad. Here are the results: 100-yard dash: i Time — 11.2. Gage; first place, 220-yard dash: Silvey, first place; 'ime — 25.6. j Pole Vault: Boyer, first place; Height — nine ftet, nine Inches. Broad Jump: Boyer, first place; Distance — 17 feet, three Inches. 100-yard low hurdles: Cook, place: Time — 13.7. firit 880-yard run: Nicholson, first place; Time — 2:13.1. 880 Relay: Ottawa, first Time — 1:43.4. place; 440 Relay: Ottawa, first place; Time — 50.3. Discus: Lloyd, first place; Distance -- 140 feet, 10 inches. Shot Put: Lloyd, second place. 440 yard dash: Dieterich. fourth place. Detroit. Thursday, Crampton was sensational with his irons as he carved a 7-under-par 64 out of the 6,775- yard Oak Hills Country Club course for a 2-stroke lead over four other hotshots—Phil Rodgers, Tommy Aaron, Johnny Pott and Don January. The man who had been expected to set the pace after winning the tournament the last three years —Arnold Palmer—had a tale of woe. While Crampton's irons smoked, Palmer's were cold and he also was off on his putting. So Palmer had a 71, which didn't knock him out of contention but did put him in the position of probably having to stage one of his celebrated clutch finishes to grab off first money. Sell NFL TV For $926,000 NEW YORK (AP)-The tidy total of $926,000 should go a long, long way towards re-establishing confidence. That's the sum for which the National Football League sold the television rights to its 1963 championship game on Dec. 29. The National Broadcasting Co. bought the rights Thursday, paying the largest price ever for broadcast rights to a one-day sports event and more than $300,000 over the previous contract. For Insurance On dwellings, household goods. buildings and automobiles SM Dean Berlin, Agent 100 E Second Phone CH 2-2804 is STILL AHEAP! STYLE GO IN WITH A NEW '63 EVINRUDE BROWN'S HARDWARE SPORT3NG GOODS Guns Ammunition 1540 S. Main CH 2-5241 HUGHES CUES For Safety Sake Replace your old taillight lenses with GLO-BRITE LENSES NOW and Gf Light Bulbs HUGHES AUTO PARTS 424 S. 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