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f V fcr~ fc' 2 TOE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, May 1, 1903 Ken Subdues Yanks With Spring's Help By MIKk RATIIKT Associated Press Sports Writer Ken McBriclc keeps setting up a 1 rendezvous with fume, but someone is nlways breaking the dale. The 27-year-old ace of the Los Angeles pitching staff flirted with n noihittcr again Tuesday night, but eventually needed ninth-inning relief help before the Angels were able to subdue 1hc New York Yankees and the reunited Mickey Manllc-Rnger Muris combination 6-3. Holding the Yankees hillcss for 6 1-3 innings, McBridc's second no-hil bid of the season was broken up with one out in the seventh inning when first baseman Joe Pcpitone singled through the middle. To McBridc, it was just another broken appointment. Curt Simmons won his fourth game without a loss, allowing only four hits ns SI. Louis edged Milwaukee 2-1 and took over first place in the National League with its fourth straight victory ami eighth in nine games. Only one other game was pluycd, in the AL, as Camilo Pas- Stiff Pan Am Test For U.S. By JEKRY LISKA Associated 1'rcss Sports Writer SAO PAULO, Brazil (AP)-Thc U.S. raid on track and field gold medals could hit a real snag in the fourth Pan-American Games today with the Yanks facing a a .battle in all four men's finals «nd tho wrap-up of the decathlon, Although the U.S.A. captured six of the eight men's events in three track scssioas since Saturday, Latin American opposition is bristling the 200-meter sprint, 400-metor hurdles and 10,000-mc- Icr run, while Canadians appear the men to beat in the 800-meter run and the payoff round of the decathlon. Meanwhile, the United Stales continued its monotonous harvest of gold medals with 68 for all uports since the Games started final five events—the discus, 1059 nmnerup. el Hill, N.C., has to bent in the 10,000-metcr grind is Argentina's great Osvaldo Suarcx, scking his up. With the decathlon entering its final five events — the discus, pole vault, 100-meter hurdles, javelin and 1,600 run—it appeared unlikely the half-way leader, Venezuela's Hector Thomas Martinez, could maintain his spritely pace of Tuesday. Both U.S. contenders, Russ Hodge of-Roscoe, N.Y., .1. D. Martin of Norman, Okla., arc moving into their strong events. lit they could have trouble with ersutile Doug Gairdncr, the Cu- acliiin champion. ,;For the first time since Cuba's Kafncl Fortun Chacon was a double winner in the opening Pun- Am meet at Buenos Aires in 1051, tho; U.S.A. could suffer a gold medal blanking in both the 100- ancT 200-meter sprints. Cuba's Enrique Figueroln grabbed the 100 meter crown Sunday, and Wednesday a pair of fleet Y^hezuelans — Arquimcdcs Her- sera and Rafael Romero — and Trinidad's Clift Bertram! may gang up on the U.S.' lone 200- meter finalist, Lt. 01 Ian Cnsscll of Ft. Sam Houston, Tex. In the 800-mctcr run, also fancied an American forte, Canada's Don Bortoia und Sig Ohleipunn look mighty tough for Ernie Doison, ex-Kansas runner. All the Yank pair of balding Pete Me Ardle, Ireland-bom Now Yorker, and John Gutknccht, Chapel Hill, N.C., has to beat in the ,lo;opO-meter grand is Argentina's great Osvaldo Suarez, seeking his third successive Pan-Am Tennis Team Ends Season By ALAN RYBOLT Coach Conrad Downing's "B" netnien ended their regular season in fine fashion as they pul down, the Osuwulomie "B" team 6-1 in a match at the Forest Park tennis courts, The Cyclones took four of the five singles and won bolh of Ihe doubles matches. Collecting the wins in the singles were Jolin Brockway, Max Spooner, Terry Wollen, and Milton Bland. Martin 1 Williams lost a close mutch to Steve Taylor of Osawalomie In the doubles a Brockwuy-Wil Hams combination defeated John Craig and Steve Taylor. Milton Bland and Jim Smith picked up the oilier win by defeating Vern Jobson and .lack Slayman. Completing the "B" season with a 2-2 record Coach Downing is looking forward to next year's team. He feels that with the ex periencc his "B" team gained Uu's year they'll be hard to bcu nexl year. Box Score: SINGLES Brockway, (Ott) defeated Craig (Osa) 8-8, 6-3. Taylor, (Osa) defeated Wil liams, (Ott) 2-6, 6-0, 6-1. Spooner, (Ott) defeated Slay man, (Osa) 6-4, 11-13, 6-3. Wollen, (Ott) defeated Jolin son, (Osa) S-6, 5-7, 6-2. Bland, (Otl) defeated Robinson (Osa) (i-1, 6-1. * '"* DOUBLES Brbjdway-Williams, (Otta defeated Craig-Taylor (Osa 6-4, 4. Smith-Bland, (Ott defeated Jo son-Slayman (Osa) 9-7. cual scattered 11 hits and was backed by a 14-hil Minnesota attack thai subdued Baltimore 8-1. Six games were postponed due to rain. The Yankees got to McBride for their first run in the eighth in- ling on Clele Hover's double and Tony Kubck's single. When Mantle und Muris singled opening the ninth, McBride was relieved by lack Spring. Pcpilonc singled lomc a run and, after Art Fowler look over for Spring, KIslon Howard singled home another. Boycr fouled out and pinch hillcr Dale Long lined lo Albic Pearson, who raced in for the catch and threw lo second base to gel Pepitonc for a game-ending double play. Simmons, lowering his earned run average to 1.25 with his fourth complete game, was lagged for a first inning homer by the Braves' Frank Boiling in the first inning, Ihcn had lillJc difficulty until the Bob Ucckcr doubled. Lcn Gabriclson followed with a single lo righl, bul George Allman raced in and fired a strong, accurate throw Hint caughl Ucckcr ;it the plate us he tried lo come around with the lying run. Julian Javier's fifth-inning homer off starter and loser Denny Lc- maslcr proved to be the deciding run for the Curds. Five Twins' doubles off the Orioles' Steve Barber gave Pascunl an curly 3-0 lead and he held on until Minnesota put il away wilh a five-run burst in the eighth inning. Pascunl drove in two of the inns wilh a single and Rich Rollins accounlcd for a pair wilh a double. ON YOUR MARK — This was a familiar sight yesterday at the Franklin County Track Meet as representatives from the various county schools around the Ottawa area got their boys ready a first-place victory. County Track Meet Taken By Pomona By KICK WINCHESTER Drawing some of the finest athletes from around the Ottawa area, the Ottawa University track was again host to the Franklin County League meet. This meet, an annual affair, saw many records broken and many limes lowered. Pomona, amassing a total of 73 points, won the league meet. Pomona was closely followed by Lane with 08 points; Williamsburg, 52 points; Princeton, 32 points; and Richmond with three points. Pomona, taking six first places, scored top honors in the 100-yard-dash, shot put, pole vault, 880 relay, discus, and the Cancerous Leg Saved, Colt Pitcher Hopeful HOUSTON (AP)-Only surgical eclmiques discovered within the ist five years prevented the am- utalion of .Tim Umbricht's can- erous right leg seven weeks ago. Today, tho big:'Houston. Colts' Vaulter Bit Shy Of 16-9 MONROE, La. (AP)-Sonring John Fennel says he won't be satisfied until ho vaults 18 feet, inches, higher than any human ins gone. The husky, 22-year-old narrowly missed the l(i-9 mark Tuesday night in a dual meet. He cleared 6-0% and reclaimed the pending official world's record. Finland's Pentti Nikula has a 16-8% effort to his credit. But it came in indoor competition and doesn't count ns an official world standard. Before Pennol started raising the record last March, Nikula icld the official murk with a 16-2% performance outdoors. Pennel has now toppled the record three limes. A University, of sophomore, Brian Washington Sternberg, reigned for four days us pole vault king. Steinberg cleared 16-5 last Saturday in the Penn Relays Later on Saturday, Pennel went 10-6 while practicing in the rain. The Miami, Fla., native plans to start vaulting at 16 feet in this Saturday's Northeast Louisiana Invitational Track Meet. Perme is a student at the state-supported college in Monroe. "I get too tired stalling lower," Pennel said after his record 16-6% leap Tuesday. He started at 15 feet, then went to 16. He cleared tho bar easily both times, Grid Swap SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-Defcn sive halfback Jim Ridlon was traded Tuesday from the San Francisco 49ers to the Dallas Cow boys in Uie National Footbal League for linebacker Mike Dowdie, a former 49er draft selection. ight-handed pitcher is well on the •oad to recovery and insists, "I should have at least five or six jood baseball years left. T feel ike a 20-year-old." He is 32. Umbricht, who posted a 4-0 record for the Colls and was 3-4 with Oklahoma City of the American Association last season, underwent a six-hour operation March afler the discovery of the rare, jut lethal tumor "black mole" cancer. Doctors at the (University of Texas, M. D. Anderson Hospital said "black mule" cancer gets its because the first sign, is usually a black mole on the arm or leg. Tho cancer cells usually travel rapidly up the limb or to olher parts of the body. In Umbricht's case, cancer had spread only to the groin. A can> cerous lump was removed. Big Jim says his doctors feel the ma lignancy was arrested in time and should not re-appear. Umbricht credits early detection of the cancer and his good physical condition for the success of the surgery. He initially mentioned the lump to a doctor during spring training at Apache Junction, (Ariz.) The physician advised further examination. In the operation called "por- fusion" which has been performed on only 169 others, the leg was tied off with a tourniquet. Tubing was inserted in the leg. Drugs were circulated through use of the same kind of pumps used on a heart lung machine. The leg was washed five hours with drugs. Doctors said this was done in an effort to kill any cancer cells that might have been lurking in tho leg and start a can cer in another part of the body. Umbrichl. says he has no pain in the leg, only a lightness at imcs. Golf Tourneys Set For Summer This year the Kansas Women's Golf Association will conduct four loumamenls in addition to their annual Stale Derby this summer. The tournaments include the Tournament of Champions al Chunule May 7-9, the Kansas Nine-Hole medal play meet, July 9-12, at Larnecl; the Kansas Jun ior Girls, Topeka at Shawnee Country Club Aug. 6-8, and the Stale Sand Green's, Beloit, Aug 13-15. Wichita's Nalsaha Fife is defending champion nf the 41st an nual Stale Women's Amaleur scheduled June 24-29 al Ihe Man hallan Country Club. Only KWGA member club champions runners-tip, and consolation cham pions are allowed in the Tourna ment of Champions. The Nine Hole Medal is restricted to mem bers holding nine-hole hundicu] curds. Girls, members of ttv KWGA club, between 13 and 17 years of age will enter the Jun iors. Sand Greens is open to al KWGA members. Respective defending cham pions are Janis Surtin, Brook ridge CC of Kansas City; Louise Harmon, Liberal; Marge Allen Chanute; and Karen Keelsing Wichita Riverside. Entries for th Toumuinenl of Champions close Friday. ngh jump. Second-place Latre, vhile taking only three first laces, showed they had good epth, for in five events they laced at least two boys or more. Roger Shoemaker from Pomona set a new relay record as e vaulted 12 feet, two and one- alf inches, erasing the old pole ault record of ten feet, three nd three-fourths inches. The old »le vault record was also held y Shoemaker. Mike Kuder, rom Lane tied his own broad ump record for this particular elay, going a distance of 20 feet, 1 and three-fourths inches. Fred Juckley of Williamsburg broke he old mile run time of 5:01 by going the distance in a time of :51.5. Buckley's brother, Ted al- o broke a record by winning the 80-yard run for Williamsburg in time of 2:10.3. This erased he old record of 2:12 set in OGO. The last record which was bro- ten at the county meet was the mile relay record. This event was von by Williamsburg in a time of 3:50.8. This broke Williams- jurg's old record time of 3:56.4 set in 1958 Here are the summaries, with ndividuals listed in the order of .heir placings and winner's times. 5 is for Pomona; L, for Lane; W, wor Wiliamsburg; PR for Princeton, and R, for Richmond. 100-yard dash: Qoracke (P), Rukes (PR), Sowers (W) Wealherbie (L), Heldner (P); Time—l'tf.8. 220-yard dash: Rukes (PR), Weather- ble (L), Kendall (W), Piersol (W), Brown (L); Time—24.8. 120-yard high hurdles: Kuder (L), Ladd (L), Mundy (P), F. Buckley (W), Baylor (L); Time—17.6. Shot put: oracke (F), Jones (L), O. Stevens (L), Llndsey (P), Hull (PR); Distance—44 feet, 6Vj Inches. Pole Vault: Shoemaker (P), Worrell (L) Ladd (L), Bischolff (W), Lang- OTTAWA BOWL 41Sy a N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 Tractor Tire Vulcanizing Foster Farm Service Cooper Tines s -v* GILULAND'S Recapping - Vulcanizing Rt 4, Ottawa Ph Centropolis 0 Moore Foster TUESUAY N10UT LADIES Todils Imui'unoe—0 1st 2nd 3rd Ttl. L. Bennett 91 126 117 334 L. Reed 86 60 135 280 E. Kolm 134 118 125 378 H. Wuntlie HI 122 128 381 Arnold* Jewelry—4 H. Ltegerot 127 130 122 378 M. Cayot 115 133 123 373 Ferguson ISO 176 152 478 164 145 161 460 163 143 147 453 AUX. 8700-3 Brill 134 88 146 368 B. Maloney 136 191 165 482 L. Custoel 135 85 135 365 E, Keller 118 137 131 377 Shlnii A Haley—0 P Jackson 118 135 131 374 R, Kaub 103 108 157 367 B. Donnisten .... 1H 116 160 377 D. Nitcher 121 106 133 350 B. Adams 133 104 136 363 VFW Aux. 61101—» J. LuU . . 122 128 118 400 M. Hull 153 138 118 407 D. MoFadden ... 112 125 102 338 L. Wise 138 157 174 468 W. Sowers 138 168 153 460 KOFO—S INDUSTRIAL Presto Food Products—S 1st 2nd 3rd Tt! L. Blackstone 184 155 170 51 147 27 184 52 186 48 138 148 318 50 J. WlllMte 131 J. Clark 177 164 M. Renoau 157 143 M. Ball Ottawa Times—3 L. Moore 143 312 213 56 L. Chambers .. .. 15'0 188 158 48 B. Seymour 143 173 133 44 B. Whltacer 134 IBS 158 47 ). Rlnehart 136 208 303 54 Bennett Creamery No. 1—I) L. Kramer 184 180 152 52 A. Dodd 183 144 162 48 J. Kramer 173 143 161 47 C. Dodd 144 H. Knimer 155 WiUon Cleaners—I 133 165 43 186 176 51 W. Pllnn T. Parkin W. Bttts . L. Seller . 0. Bills . Nltchi'r Kloor Serv.—1 O. Morrison 149 147 146 44 138 180 140 45 148 143 171 46 171 165 180 51 160 181 110 46 133 137 137 38 J. Lancaster 173 146 142 46 Q. Davis 150 147 106 40 Q. Nitcher 144 148 146 43 R. Figglns 156 187 148 48 Peoples Nail. Bank—S H. Carey 167 148 136 441 H. Conrad 137 155 118 401 JR. Pago 208 176 150 535 B. Welborn 140 183 134 457 R. Davis . 183 144 180 53 M. Llchtenberger . , 146 148 384 A. Bennett 122 143 36 P, White 84 161 173 427! A. Knocppel 150 IDS 17U M Liclitenberger .... 195 153 173 520 y iPi lied for third; Helght-12 feet /: Inches. Broad Jump: Kuder (L), Heldner (P), Shoemaker (P), Sowers (W) Crawford (P) Distance—20 feet, HVi Inches 160 low hurdles: Kuder (L), Stat tlemeil (L), Baltic (P), Crawford (P) F. Buckly (W); Time—22.4. Mile Run: F. Buckley (W). R. Altlc (P), P. Stevens (L). Harkins (L), W Ray (P); Time—4:51.1. 440-Yard Dash: Rukes (PR), Pierso (W), Wealherble (L), Shoemaker (P) Schroeder (P); Time—53.7. 880-Yard Run: T. Buckley (W), Sut ton (PR), Perdow (R), Heidner (R) Baxter (L); Time—2:10.3. Mile Relay: Wllllamsburg, Lane Princeton, Pomona; Time—3:50.8. 880 Relay: Pomona, Williamsburg Lane, Princeton; Time—1:39.9. Medley Relay: Williamsburg, Pomona, Princeton, Lane; Time—4:07.1 Discus: Goracke (P), Wylle (L), Reg ester (P), R. Altle (P), Stansbury (W); Distance—117 feet, 7 inches. Javelin: Milllken (W), Llndsey (P) O. Stevens (L), McCurdy (P), Fritt (P); Distance—151 feet, 4 Inches. High Jump: Sutton (P), Blnns (W) Frttts (P), Q. Stevens (L), San (PR): Height—5 feet, Steamboat Race Creates A Stir V > LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP)-Old Man River must feel like a youngster today-he's borne two racing steamboats again in a duel that surely brought as much shouting as that of the Natchez and the Robert E. Lee The Delta Queen won the Ohio River dash by a margin of more than a mile over the Belle .of Louisville Tuesday night. And » the finish wasn't so exciting the sheer novelty made up for it, as housands along the Kentucky and Indiana shores waved and cheered. More than 1,000 passengers on he Grid Champs On TV Slate NEW YORK (AP)-All of last year's top ten collegiate football teams will be shown on the 1963 National Collegiate Athletic Association's television schedule. The games will be carried 'iy the Columbia Broadcasting Sys tern. Southern California, 1962 national champion, will face Oklahoma on Sept. 28, with No. 2 Wisconsin Nov. 9. Opening the schedule on Sept. 14 will be Florida at Georgia Tech, with Alabama at Miami closing it on Dec. 7. All games will be on Saturday except for the Thanksgiving Day Texas at Texas A & M feature. Nine games will be televised nationally. Five other dates have been set aside for regional tele casts. boats appeared to have the ime of their lives, despite gray Ides and chilly weather. The Belle, a 49-year-old sterna-heeler fresh from a year's layup or reconditioning, was decked out in red, white and blue bunting. 'he Queen, last passenger vessel on the river, carried a large banner on its bow, saying "Best Wish-' s." The race started before dark but the lights of the Louisville skyline were twinkling when the Bell made it to the dock, about 20 minutes behind the Queen. ^^SSmm WE NOW HAVE the finest Air Cushions Made The Herald pays ?5 every week for the best news tip turned in Genuine Kool Kopshion Economy — Regular Jumbo — Kleer Kross Kontour Heavy Duty Truck HARRY SMITH AUTO SUPPLY 110 S. Main CH 2-1522 Start Dinner Matches May 2 Men's dinner matches will begin the season at Ottawa Country Club Thursday, May 2, it was announced today. The dinner matches will continue through the summer, each Thursday. Three teams are formed for the matches, with a member of each team playing on each of a number of threesomes. Reservations can be made by calling Vince Ricke, manager of the Country Club. SPECIAL SALE! CUSHMAN SCOOTERS world-famous HIGHLANDER $ 285°° total price delivertd 17 per month No Money Down Id I *f MALOTT Hdwe. & Appliances 116 S. Main Just Plain Horse Sense to buy now while prices are low and quality is high at MOORE'S where every car carries MOORE'S personal guarantee of satisfaction, from the used car dealer that can always be trusted. If you're in the used car market stop in today and see MOORE'S wide selection at your hometown satisfaction headquarters. 1962 Chevrolet, Impala Sports Coupe, 2 Door, Hardtop with Powerglide, Power Steer* ing, Radio and Heater. 1962 Oldsmobile 88 4 Door Sedan, Radio and Heater, Hydramatic, Power Steering and Power Brakes. 1962 Chevrolet, Biscayne 4 Door, 6 Cylinder, Radio and Heater, Standard Transmission. 1962 Chevrolet, Impala 4 Door Hardtop with Radio, Heater, Powerglide. 1961 Chevrolet, Biscayne 2 Door, Economy 6 Engine, Standard Transmission, Radio and) Heater. 1961 Ford 4 Door, 6 Cylinder, Radio and Heater. 1961 Chevrolet, Biscayne 4 Door, 6 Cylinder, Radio and Heater, Standard Transmission. 1960 Chevrolet, Station Waaon 6 Cylinder, Radio, Heater, Air Conditioning, Standard Transmission. 1960 Chevrolet, Bel Air 4 Door, 6 Cylinder, Radio, Heater, Standard Transmission. 1959 Chevrolet, Bel Air 4 Door, V-8, with Powerglide, Radio and Heater. 1959 Chevrolet, Station Wagon V-8 Motor with Powerglide, Radio and Heater. 1959 Oldsmobile 88 4 Door Hardtop with Radio, Heater, Hydramatic, Power Steer* ing Power Brakes and Air Conditioning. 1959 Oldsmobile 88 2 Door Hardtop with Radio, Heater, Hydramatic, Power Steering and Power Brakes. and Remember. , . 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