The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 30, 1963 · Page 2
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Ottawa, Kansas
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Tuesday, April 30, 1963
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2 THE OTTAWA HERALD Tuesday, April 30, 1963 Men In Blue Have Big Baseball Day Bv MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer Baseball, on the American plan, had an international flavor today Jwith the menu featuring a bunch ;of men in blue acting like Dutch windmills and a couple of guys i wondering whether they'll have to ! climb into khakis in the Carib- ibean. Tbe umpires went into their 'windmill act again Monday night, ! waving the winning run home on a balk as the New York Mets defeated the Los Ageles Dodgers 4-2 m a historic game that insured : the 1963 balk controversy its place in the record books. San Francisco outfielder Felipe Alou said after the Giants' 4-3 vie- ton- over Philadelphia that he and pitcher Juan Marichal might be recalled to military service with the Dominican Republic's armed forces because of their homeland's t and scored the winning run on Or- jlando Cepeda's single in the third inning against the Phillies. The victory, snapping a three-game ] losing streak, went to Jack Fisher. | who scattered 10 hits for his first iNL victory. i Chuck Hinton of the Senators . and George Thomas of the Angels j took hitting honors in the twinbill, i each collecting five hits and driv- | ing in four runs. : The Senators wrapped up the i opener for Don Rudolph with a four-run fifth inning uprising on a walk, Minnie Minoso's single, a throwing error by reliever Julio ; Navarro on Hinton's grounder and ;Ed Brinkman's double. That | tagged Bob Turley with his third .loss. He has yet to win. i The Angels won the nightcap by [sending 12 men to the plate in a ! six-run seventh inning explosion. | A single by pinch hitter Al Moran drove in the tie-breaking run. Mel Nelson was the winner with Hannan taking the loss. Jim' Only One First Place Change NEIGHBORING BOWLERS - Wedcesdav ni;ht visitors in Ottawa are members of this Prince- ion bowling team in Booster League at Royal T Lanes. Seated are Melvin Stockard (left) and Gene Mohr. Standing, from left, are Bob Knight. Joe McAuliffe and Charles McAnarney. (Herald Photo) Boost And Blow For US Trackmen By JERRY LISKA ; Associated Press Sports Writer ] SAO PAULO. Brazil (AP)—m-1 ness gave the gokl medal-laden '• U.S. track team both a boost and a blow as the track and field events resumed today at the Pan-American Games. Scoreboard Hoping For A Good Day For Fickle Horse By KELSO STURGEON Associated Press Sports Writer LAWRENCE. Kan. (AP) — Doubles—A. Woodward i- D was only one first-place Bodge, Topeka, 1,257: (tie) G. charge in the standings of the Heorman - G. Prothero. Wichita. Kansas Mens' Bowling Touma- i and E. McAfee & E. Allen. Ft. ment after the seventh weekend Leavenworth. 1.255. of competition. Tbe tourney runs. Singles—E. Johnson. Lawrence. 10 weekends, through May 19. ; 695: M. Nutt. Parsons. 677: L. P. Michaeli? of Iola and R. Mannebach, Wichita. 672. i e of Arkansas City tied All-events — L. R. Tafoya. To- for B singles with a 662. Lang- peka. 1.957: A. Woodward. To- dale had held the spot alone until peka. 1.590: J. Stanbeny, Wlchi- Michaelis bowled this weekend- ta. 1.S52. R. Appel and G. Knipp of Gass B —Houston at Pittsburgh and Chi- Scott City relied 1.242 for second Team — Fort Scott Budweiser caso at Cincinnati in the NL. and;place m Class B singles. The 2.S52: Eureka Lyons - Olson 2,Baltimore at Minnesota and New Five Aces of Olathe took o%-er S52: lopeka Senne 2.9)5. Doubles — A. Bett-W. Harms. Newton, 1J2S2; R. AppeJ-G. Knipp. Class A Scott City. 1.242: (tie) J. Team — Topeka Budweiser. 3.- Srhaefer YANG BREAKS WORLD DECATHLON RECORD - C. K. Yang of L 7 CLA crosses finish fine of the 1,500-mee'er run to com. plete the final event in the decathlon April 28 at Mt. San Antonio relays in Wahrat. Calif. His time for the 1.500-meter was 5:W.4 for 243 points and gave him a grand total of 9,121 points to erase the former world mark of S.6S3 points by Rafer Johnson in 19OT. The only other major league games were played at Los Angeles where the the American walloping each other in a twi-night jJnadal doubleheader. The Senators won ljan ^ a the opener 9-3. the Angels took the nightcap 13-S. Rain postponed the other games Steamboat rr* 1 1 OOHV On Ohio York at Chicago in the AL. '• third place in Class C team stand- The runs were forced in by: ir 'gs with 2,614._ the Mets-Dodgers game, to .American Leazue Kansas City New York .. W. .12 S The only final event on todays.-Boston 9 6 card is the 3.000-meter steeple- Baltimore 10 7 chase. George Young of Las Chicago 7 7 Cruces, N.M.. fifth in the event LOS Angeles .. 10 10 at the 1959 Games, probably will ijjnnescja S 10 be scratched. Detroit S 10 He has a lung spot which has ; Geve!arxi 5 S failed to clear to the satisfaction Washington .... 6 13 Pet. G.B. .632 — .615 1 .600 1 .585 1 .500 24 .500 24 .444 34 .444 Tne first, charged to New York LOUISVILLE. Kv. (AP)-Train- starter Roger Crais. gave Los .An- ^ : 7** 11 * J"^ 6 " 3 ' 016: 2-1 lead in" the second in-; Overland Park Parks 2.9SO. lat held until the seventh; Ed Kranepool started aj three-run rally with a double off | Bob Miller. Charlie Neal then beat' oat a er Woody Stephens hopes his Ken- ?eles a fcjcky Derby colt Never Bend gets up on the right side of the stall Saturday. Never Beid has a few days when he doesn't relish doing anything except what he wants. He ToTulsa of team doctors. Balancing the loss of Young was the elimination of Cuba's Enrique Flguerola, 100-meter winner, from the 200-meter trials today. The chunky Cuban sprinter is down with neuralgia. His absence should improve the chances of U.S. sprinters. :Ih addition to the 200-meters. trials are on tap in the broad jump, shot put, high jump and 4M-meter hurdles. The decathlon also gets under way. ;Tbe U.S. has collected 64 gold medals so far. Three came Monday, all in shooting, during a very light schedule. . Yachting is scheduled to wind up today in all six classes, with a>mpetition in basketball, base- tieH. boxing, volleyball and water .316 6 ~ *.vas in one of those moods in the - receiK Forerunner Purse at 2 Keeneland and was hard-pressed to win. Moran followed with a single that chased Miller. Ed Roebuck came on in reu'ef and balked while pitching to pinch lulsa hitter Man- Throneberry. sending TCLSA (AP > ~ Baugh has been named an assistant foot- at the University of Glenn Dobte athletic director Gene Roberte' Fort Scon, and R. Huff-J. Bentley. Wichita. 1.240. Singles — (tie) P. Michaelis, Icia. and R. Langdals, .Arkansas City. 652: (tie) A. Lopez and R. 'FirzgeraH, Independence. 651. .All-events — B. Lync, Kansas City. 1.85S: J. Wanek. Russell, 1.S55: J. Jones. Kansas City. 1,- SI9. Class C Team — Russe'l Scotties 2.740; Ridge City Speed King 2.669: Mondav's The Cain Hoy coh's independ- Neal across with the deciding run. and head footbaD coach, said the Olathe Five Aces. 2,614. Washington 9-S. Los Angeles 3-13 er.ce is traced to his sire. Nas- Jim Hickman's single drove in the = . rain ruilah. an English-bred horse with final run. giving Craig a little ex- * New York at Chicago. Baltimore at Minnesota, rain Only game? scheduled Today's Games New York at Los Angeles BalDrnore at Minnesota Kansas City at Detroit Cleveland at Boston Only games scheduled Wednesday's Games New York at Los Angeles (N) Cleveland at Kaasas City (N) Boston at Minnesota Baltimore at Chicago (2, twi- night) Washington at Detroit National League W. L. Pet. G£. 13 12 11 11 10 Louis B°l°- Milwaukee .... I Another report from the sick '. Pittsburgh bay had Earl Young of Abflene. • 5^ Francisco Tex., fit for the 400 and 1.600 LCS Angeles ipeter relays Saturday. Young ] Cnica°o~~ 9 missed the 4C9-meter finals Sun-, Philadelphia . 8 day because of stomach trouble. • Tbe U.S. also made an official' request for heats in the 1.500-; meters, where Jim Beatty and Jim Grelle- .America's premier distance men, are the main attractions. • Head coach Lou Montgomery of Qornell said he wanted the heats Friday to trim the 14-man field tii more manageable size. Beatty and Grelle wifl shoot Saturday for the games record of 3 minutes, 4(t.l seconds set by Dyrol Burleson ift 1939. and shouldw snap it by 10 seconds if they gel running room. 6 8 5 9 11 10 10 Cincinnati .... 6 10 New York — 7 12 Houston 7 13 Monday's Results New York 4. Los Angeles 2 San Francisco 4. Philadelphia 3 Hiu<tin at Pittsburgh, ppd. rain Chicago at Cincinnati, ppd. rain Oniy games scheduled Today's Games Los Angeles at New York (N) San Francisco at Philadelphia .6S4 .600 .ess .550 .476 .474 .444 .775 .358 .350 ppd. great speed and a sour disposition. While Never Berd rested today, eight sophomores raced in the one (N) mile Derby Trial with the ehar.ce thai orse or more of the 3-year- okis would make it to the Derby Saturday. Russell A. Firestone's Jet Traffic was co-favorite with Bonjourj in the trial and needed an im- j pressive to earn a Derby; berth. The field also included! Sleuth Hound. Wild Card, Grayj Pet. On My Honor, Investor and; Rajah Noor. Never Bend's daddy. Nasrullah, i sulked so much that it was not 1 uusual for his handlers to have to chase him to the post. "We think about this quite oft- • en." StepheriS said, "You seidom; find a Nasruilah that isn't a tittle • . bit on the independent side. j "Never Bend seldom gives us a j f bad time, but when he does he's i hard to settle down," Stephens said. tra working room as he went the distance with a seven-hitter. Doubles — H. Jooes-A. Ross. Lenexa. 1,163: A. Ingiis-D. Allen, Derby. 1.147: K. Woodman, G. E-.vonus. Wichita. 1.143. Singles—H. Kennedy. Fort Scott. 616: ^D. Huntley, Iola 606: L. his passing artistry fits right Hodgson Lawrence 504. All-events—E. Woodman Wich- passing star will join the !uig. 15. bQt it hasn't been ed whether he'll work full or only during tbe football The balks were the 77th and TSth «^son. in the NL this season. The pre- Sammy wifl be backfield coach, vious record was 76. set by the NL an " nls in 1950 " m *° me The Giants "ot a lift when "cane led the nation's college ita 1.755; E. Hoffman, Independ- slumping Willie Mavs tripled f°°*aU teams in passing offense pnce. i.n3: R. Valentine, Eureka. ^^ ' 'in the 1962 season. 1,706. McCURDY'S Standard Service By JACK MARTIN LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AF) — Two well-worked old steamboats race up tbe Ohio River today—and the thousands expected to watch their iduel are sure to include many who can see why Huck Finn got so excited. '. The contestants are the Belle of Louisville and the Delta Queen. iThe Belle is carrying the hopes ; of the hometolk—of all Kentuckians. in fact—and the sleek Queen. a passenger craft, will be cheered , on by the folks at her home base, ) Cincinnati. Ohio. • The boats, their stemwheels flailing, will race upriver from the ! downtown levee to Six-Mile Is|land. turn around and head back. !The first one to pass mxier the ; downstream side of dark Memo: rial Bridge, between Louisville and Jeffersonville. Ind., will be the , winner. The total distance is about 14 miles. ; The Belle will be making a real comeback. She is 49 years old and not as powerful as the Queen. She was on the skids when Jefferson ; County (Louisville) Judge Marlow ; Cook bought her for use as a recreational facility last May. ; Now she is painted white with red 'trim, has completely repaired boilers and shim- ceiling lamps on her ballroom deck. At her helm will be another river veteran of half a century, Capt. 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