The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 29, 1963 · Page 3
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Spahn Seems To Get Better All The Time By JOE REICHLER Associated Press Sports Writer Poor old Warren Spahn. He ain't what he used to be. He's better. Wondrous Warren, who turned 42 last Tuesday, pitched Milwaukee into third place in the National League Sunday as the Braves swept the three-game series from the San Francisco Giants, 3-1. It was Spahn's fourth victory against one defeat and it was an epic one. It marked the first time in Spahn's illustrious major league career, dating back to 1942, that he registered four victories in the month of April. Elsewhere in the league—the St. Louis Cardinals whipped the Dodgers 9-5 for their seventh consecutive victory at Los Angeles; Pittsburgh, topping the standings by four percentage points over the Cards, won its fourth straight with a 3-2 decision over the New York Mets; Chicago's surprising Cubs rallied for four runs in the eighth to defeat Philadelphia 4-1, and the Houston Colts snapped a ninth-inning tie to nip the Cincinnati Reds 3-2. Spahn lost his bie for lifetime shutout No. 57 when the Giants scored in the ninth but he gained career victory No. 331 as he turned in his fourth complete game of the campaign. Bitter Pill Among The Gold For U.S. In Pan Am Games By JERRY LISKA Associated Press Sports Writer SAO PAULO, Brazil (AP)—The powerful United States team wasn't gloating Monday over its rich harvest of 61 gold medals in the Pan-American Games—it was griping over the one that got away. "Fast gun," U.S. track officials complained after their ace sprinter, Ira Murchison of Chicago, was beaten by Cuba's Enrique Figuerola, in the 100-meter dash. It was obviously a bitter pill to swallow coining on the heels of two baseball defeats at the hands of the Cuban team. Figuerola was off like a shot and won the 100 meters, long a U.S. specialty, in the good time of 10.3 seconds. Murchison finished third, back of Arquimides Herera of Venezuela. The Yanks have won seven gold medas in 12 track and field finals, collecting four championships Sunday. They also completed a sweep of the swimming pool, winning all 116 men's and womens' swimming events and three of the four diving competitions. In wimming, they set games records in all but one event—the women's 400-meter medley relay. They added four gold medals in owing and two in shooting, won nother baseball game, beating Venezuela 4-1; crushed Peru in mens' basketball 104-56; beat le in womens' basketball 57-37; won over Chile 3-1 in mens' olleyball and scored victories in the Star and Flying Dutchman classes in the yachting competition. OU Golfers Lose A Pair Ottawa University golfers 'ared poor litno taehm csry-F wi 'ared poorly in two matches Friday and Saturday on the country club course at Springfield, Mo. They dropped Friday's match :o Drury College, of Springfield, 14-1. Then they turned around Saturday and lost to Southwest Missouri State Teachers College, Springfield, 15-0. More over they had to play in the rain Rodgers Houston Open Champ SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP)Phil Rodgers won a glittering due with Johnny Pott to capture the $30,000 Texas Open Sunday an leave the crowd mutterig abou what might have been had a chip shot for a birdie on the 17th hoi been successful. Pott, who had shot the identical ecore for three rounds as Rodgers—66-71-66—was a stroke behind as he came into 17. Rodgers, the blond belter from San Diego, already had finished with a 6-under-par 65 for 268—a record for the 6,775-yard Oak Hills Country Club course. Pott was back on the fringe with his second shot on the par 4 hole. He chipped barely past the hole, then missed a 3-foot putt and took a bogey. So all he could do to even tie for the lead was shoot a hole-in-one on 18. He took a par there. Saturday. Here are individual scores. With Drury: Ottawa's Bohling 78, Utterbach 84, Moore 83, Thummell 88 and Duni 100; Drury's Really 76, Lewis 82, Murry 77, Woodworth 77 and Hammons 76. Californians Win ABC Team Title BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP)-To the California Bombers of Los Angeles, the 1963 American Bowling Congress Tournament meant a classic division team title they missed by 15 pins a year ago. To Tom Hennessey of St. Louis and Bus Oswalt of Fort Wayne, Ind., it meant first place in two minor events each: Hennessey in calssic all-events and singles, and Oswalt in regular division all- events and regular doubles, along with Gerry Schmidt of Fort Wayne. The other divisional winners in the 60th annual ABC, which ended a 72-day run on Sunday: Regular team — Old Fitzerlads, Chicago. Classic Doubles — Joe Joseph and Billy Golembiewski, Detroit. Regular singles — Fred Delello, Oneonta, N.Y. Boosted Division teams — New London, Ohio, Recreation. Hennessey, with three clutch strikes on his final balls in minor events April 16, won classic all- events with a nine-game 1998 and classic sigles with a three-game 732. The titles were worth $1,000 and $700 respectively. Oswalt finished his regular all- events March 19 with 2055 to win by 98 pins. THE OTTAWA HERALD Monday, April 29, 1983 Carl "A" Student In "Sox College" By JIN HACKLEMAN Associated Press Sports Writer Carl Yastrzemski pulled out of college to concentrate on studying. As an advanced student majoring in hitting a baseball, he appears well on his way to a master's degree. The 23-year-old outfielder, who gave up off-season attendance at DOUBLES LEADERS, and their scorekeeper—Cliff Fritts (left) and Max Pierson are in first place, with 1333, after first weekend of Ottawa Men's Bowling Association tournament. Scorekeeper is Mrs. Dutch Weineke. (Herald Photos) 664, 1333 High In Pins Tourney With Southwest Missouri: Ottawa's Bohling 83, Utterbach 92, Moore 83, Thummell 92 and Duni 96; Southwest's Pegg 76, Baxter, 80, Gooch 75, Lucas 71 and Hollowell, 78. For Insurance On dwellings, household goods. building" and automobile SM Dtcm Btrlin, Agent 109 E. Second Phone CH 2-2804 Jayhawks Win Big 8 Pin Title The University of Kansas bowling team, with an Ottawan, David Rybolt, doing right well, won the Big Eight title Saturday. The Jayhawks earlier had captured the National Intercollegiate championship. The Jayhawks scored 275.35 Petersen points, compared with 268.29 for second-place Kansas State University. Oklahoma was third with 264.29. Terrell Hays, who carries an 198 average, was high for the Jayhawks, rolling 2772 for the all-events title. Rybolt was second with 2764. Other members of the KU team are Bob Bowersock, Don Kahl and Les MUel- ler. Insurance On Everything Porter - Spears League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National Leafuex Batting (35 at bats)—Edwards, Cincinnati, .411; F. Alou, San Francisco, .400. Runs—Flood, St. Louis, 22; H Aaron, Milwaukee, IB. Buns batted in—Boyer, St. Louis, 21; H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 16, Hits—F. Alou, San Francisco, and Groat, St. Louis, 28. Doubles—F. Alou, San Francisco, 7; Cardenas, Cincinnati, Cepeda, San Francisco and Groat, St. Louis, 2. Triples—Alt.man, St. Louis, 3; Cardenas, Cincinnati, Fazio, Houston, Roseboro. Los Angeles, Hickman, New York and Groat St. Louis, 2. Home runs—H. Aaron, Milwaukee, 7; Demeter, Philadelphia 5. Stolen bases—W. Davis, Los Angeles, 6; Wills and Flood, St. Louis. 4. Pitching—Washburo, St. Louis, 44 1.000; Nottebart, Houston, Friend, Plttsburg and Broglio and Simmons, St. Louis, 3-0, 1.000. . , Strikeouts—Koufax, Los Angeles, 33; Washburn, St. Louis, TO. American League Batting (35 at bats)—Causey, Kansas City, .400; Yastrzemski, Boston, .365; Runs—Allison, Minnesota, 15; Charles, Kansas City and Fearson, Los Angeles, 13. Runs Batted In—Allison, Minnesota, 17; Kaline, Detroit, L. Thomas and Wagner, Los Angeles and Battey, Minnesota, 12. Hits—Yastrzemski, Boston, Kaline, Detroit and Wagner, Los Angeles, 23; six tied with 22. Doubles—Yastrzemski, Boston, •; Robinson, Chicago and Frego•i, Los Angeles, 5. Triples—Hinton, Washington, 4; Cimoll, Kansas City, 3. Home runs—Wagner, Los Angeles, 6; Allison, Minnesota, 5. Stolen Bases — Apariclo. Baltimore, 6; Charles, Kansas City, 5. Pitching—Fischer, Kansas City, 4-0, 1.000; Pena, Kansas City and Cheney, Washington, 3-0, 1.000. Strikeouts—Barber, Baltimore, 31; Bunnlng, Detroit, 30. Bowlers during the first weekend of the Ottawa men's singles and doubles tournament at the Ottawa Bowl posted some good scores, but later participants still have a chance. Leading the field in the doubles are Cliff Fritts and Max Pierson with 1333, just 11 pins ahead of the second-place duo of Carlin Nalley and John Kimbrel with 1322. Melvin Stockard, Princeton, is leading in singles and handicap all events with 664 and 1995. Close behind in the singles are Joe Tay lor with 661 ad Gail Page with 659. Nalley is second in all events with 1888 and Fritts third with 1873. Singles and doubles will continue Saturday and Sunday, May 4-5, at the Ottawa Bowl. Here are the top ten entries in each event and their scores: SINGLES Stockard, 664; Taylor, 661; Page, 659; Larry Hensiek, 654; Gene Domnanish, 654; Bill Abbott, 645; Marshall Allen, 638; AGENCY Tom Porter — Phone CH 2-3007 — George Spean Make Hay While the Sun Shines with a Classified Ad. The Heart of a Motor Overhaul PISTON RINGS Nationally Known Original Equipment Brands Priced &1/% From 9 I "•' for a Chev. 6 Have a set installed now and have Top Performance from your car for another year or two. HARRY SMITH AUTO SUPPLY 110 S. Main CH 2-1522 Women Golf Playoff Set AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) - The Women's Titleholders Golf Championship and $1,300 in top prize money ride on an 18-hole playoff today between Marilynn Smith and Mickey Wright, tied at 292 after 72-holes of play in the $7,500 event. The palyoff is the second in the history of the tournament and the second Smith-Wright face-off this year. The runner-up will earn $1,000. Miss Wright, the defending champion from Dallas, Tex., overcame a three-stroke deficit in Sunday's fourth round with her 1- over-par 36-37—73. A double bogey and a pair of bogies on the treacherous back nine of the Augusta Country Club course gave Miss Smith of Tequesta, Fla., a 36-40—76—three strokes off Miss Wright's pace. Taking third place and $800, with a 298 was Betsy Rawls of Spartanburg, S.C. JoAnn Prentice of Columbia, S.C., was fourth with 302, and Kathy Whitworth of Jal, N.M., fifth at 303 . SINGLES LEADER — Melvin Stockard, Princeton, holds singles lead with 664. Phil McCracken, 638; Wilson Mack 637, and Rex Lewis, 628. DOUBLES Pierson and Fritts, 1333; Nalley and Kimbrel, 1322; J. Clark and J. Willhite, 1287; Glenn and Ivan McFadden, 1265; G. Bitts and W. Flinn, 1250; K. Liegerot and W. Dengel, 1236; Al Sinclair and D. Bell, 1230; R. Lewis and C. Strickland, 1220; M. Birckhead, and F. Lefler and E, Howe, 1199. ALL EVENTS Stockard, 1995; Naley, 1888; C. Fritts,. 1873; A. Hopkins, 1860; M. alen, John 1832; 0. L. Breckenridge, 1828, and Dan-ell Cordle, 1823. 1849; W. Dengel, 1841; Clark, 1839; Domnanish, Tornado Hits Kansas Farm Rain Slows Athletes At Drake DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)-The rain didn't keep many fans from the finals of the Drake Relays, but it snuffed hopes for the first four-minute mile in the 54-year- old track and field meet. "I knew as soon as I saw the track I wasn't going to run any four-minute mile," Dyrol Burleson said Saturday after he won the invitational race in 4 minutes 5.4 seconds. The rain also resulted in a disappointing performance by Fred Hansen of Rice, who has cleared more than 16 feet in the pole vault. Hansen cleared 15 feet 7 inches for a Drake record but he was not close in three tries at 16-1. Four other Drake records were bettered, but it was the come- from-behind runs of little Tom O'Hara of Loyola of Chicago which captured the fancy of sportswriters covering the meet. The 130-pound junior received 21 of the 23 votes cast for the outstanding athlete after he anchored two Loyola relay teams to victory. O'Hara turned a 20-yard deficit into an 8-yard victory in the college two-mile relay Saturday with an 880-yard leg of 1:51.7, and Friday erased a 50-yard deficit to give Loyola victory over Texas Southern in the college distance medley. Athletics In First Place Again By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Kansas City Athletics reclaimed first place in the American League Sunday with a 6-5 victory over the Washington Senators. A four-run rally in the eighth inning gave the A's their victory With the Senators ahead, 4-2 he A's made three consecutive singles. When Senator pitcher Claude Osteen made a throwing error, Ed Charles and Chuck Essegjan scored the tying runs George Alusik singled in Jerry Lumpe with the third run of the inning and scored the final run on a sacrifice and another error Larry Osborne hit a three-run homer in the seventh for Washington and Chuck Cottier hom- ered with none on in the ninth Bill Fischer won his fourth game without a loss for the Ath letics. totre Dame to better prepare ft* his job with the- Boston Red Sox. larned high marks Sunday with a performance that sent him near he top of the American League jailing class. Yastrezemski rapped out six hits n 10 trips, including a gamer- clinching double in the opener, a* the Red Sox swept the Chicago, White Sox 4-? in 12 innings and, 6-2. The barrage 7oomed his av-v crage 44 points to .365, second in, the league to the .400 owned by Wayne Causey of the Kansas City- Athlelics. < Causey hit his average with 2-for-5 and the amazing A's recaptured first place by shading Washington 6-5 with a four-run eighth inning. Dean Chance hurled a five-hitter as Los Angeles edge^ Baltimore 3-2, droppoirw; the Ori- olos from first to fourth. Whitey Ford won his first of the year and hit a home run in a 5-0 victory over Cleveland that car- rid the New York Yankees into second, one game back of the A's and 15 percentage points ahead of Boston. The Detroit Tigers ended a losinfj string at three, whipping the Minnesota Twins 4-0 be-, hind Jim Bunning's five-hit pitching. 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