The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on May 3, 1963 · Page 2
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THE OTTAWA HERALD Friday, May 3, 1963 "Terry Appreciates Behind Plate ~ This Is*the second of three Stories intended to help young pitchers—The Editor. 2 By RALPH TERRY *• New York Yankees As a pitcher on the Yankees I can fully appreciate what it means to havn a good catcher. I believe that if sandlol. pitchers had more confidence In their catchers they would become better pitchers. Catchers see more of the ball field than any other player and I think the sandlot pitcher should bear this in mind. One big thing that helped Ralph Houk become such a successful manager is that he was a catcher. His first year as a manager was at Denver in 1955. Tt was my second year in pro ball and he caught me several limes because I was a young pitcher and needed help. Having caught me, couched me and managed me, Ralph knows me better than anybody.. He has seen me develop right from n Yankee rookie camp. He knows M>hen I'm tiring or when I'm not mixing my pitches properly. He can tell when I'm not selling up JJie hitlers correctly and when I'm not finishing them off just right. . » So I feel very fortunate in having him on hand. You may think he's counting pebbles when he stands with one foot in the dugout and the other on the steps and reaches out to smooth the soil near the Yankee bench. But he's watching every pilch and how the pilches are being called by Ellio Howard, Yogi Berra or John Blanchard, catchers. You might say I have I w o catchers watching my every move, the one, behind the plate and our manager in the dugout. Ybu'vo got to give a good catcher a lot of credit. If he's calling the game right down the line with your thinking this gives you all the confidence in the world. You feel more relaxed and a little freer out there. Don't ever cross up your catch- If you disagree with him, shake him off unlil he gives you Ihe sign you wanl. Then after the inning is over lell him why you shook him off. You must do everything .with a purpose. Tnkc the last world series game. I had a no-hiller going with two out in the sixth inning. Jack Sanford, the Giants' pitcher, was up. Maybe I forgot for the moment that Ellie Howard was calling a perfect game. Ellie wanted to throw Sanford a curve. I shook him off. Then Ellie signaled for the fust ball. It was the pilch I wanted to throw Sanford. I thought he wouldn't be looking for it. But he was. Sanford singled to center nnd got the first hit of the game. It'll a good idea to pilch to a target, say the catcher's knees, his shoulders or his mill. A lol of times a batter will move around, faking a bunt or jusl generally Irying to distract you. His moves won't bother you one bit if you concentrate on (he catcher's target or the target you picked. When you're hitting your tar- our.get regularly you can ignore a latter who shifts around, Good ontrol enables you to steel your- elf against the batter who stands lose then opens his stance, or be batter who stands back then moves closer to the plate. Sometimes Hie catcher can see hese things belter. Remember, ic works just as hard, if not harder, than the pilcher. I learned nc thing by shaking Howard off; never tiy to improve on icrfection. You just can't. Don't ever fight your catcher. Vou can't pilch good ball unless you both agree. Next: Start slowly to gain control. Fishing Is Fine In Lakes, Ponds PRATT, Kan. (AP)-Lakc and reservoir fishing is continuing to hold up well, the Kansas Forestry Fish and Game CommiMfon said today. The commission said reports indicate that pond fishing continues to be good in most parts of the state, . Rivers and streams are generally producing rather poorly. Runoff water is needed, Uio •gency said. Here is the commission's rundown on fishing by sections: Northeast Kansas TutUe Creek Reservoir — Fair for black bass, channels, crappie •nd bullheads. Osage County Stale Lake—Good for crappie and bullheads, fair for black bass and channels. ; Leavenworth County State Lake i-Fair, numerous crappie and a few black bass. •' Miami County state game management area — Fair for black bass and bullheads. £.Paola city lake—Good for all speci es. Marais des Cygnes waterfowl "refuge lakes — Fair in all pools, black bass, crappie, bullheads, bluegill and some channcels in A. SPECIAL SALE! CUSHMAN SCOOTERS Atchison County State Lake — Fair, some blue gill and a few ol other species. Brown County Slate Lake—Fair for crappie find bluegill, a few black bass and channels. Washington County Stale Lake— Fair for bullheads and channels Southeast Fall River Reservoir—Fair foi black bass, while bass, channels and crappie. Toronto Reservoir—Slow, taking some large black bass and crappie. Cowley County State Lake — Fair for black bass, channels ant bullheads, a few crappie. Woodson County Slate Lake — Slow to fair, black bass lo 3 pounds, some crappie and bullheads. Wilson County Stale Luke—Pooi to fair, a few of all species. Southeast Kansas strip pits — Fair to good, Inking some of all species. Parson City Lake — Fair to good for black bass, channels, crappie and bullheads. Montgomery County Slate Lake —Slow, a few of all species. Lakes Blueslem and El Dorado —Generally poor, some bullheads and a few channels. Bourbon County State Lake — Fair to good, taking numerous crappie and blue-gill, a few black bass and channels. Lake Fort Scott—Fair for black bass, channels and numerous crappie. Takes Lots Of Money Run A Ball Club To GOOD CATCHER'S HELP- Yankee pitching ace Ralph Terry believes a young pitcher should work with his catcher. Here Ellie Howard puts out by standing his ground before lagging Boston's Ed Bressoud. Musial Stars For Cards; Held's Blast Chills A's By JOE REICHLER Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)-The man in the stands knows the, players and he knows the general scheme of major league baseball competition. But there are many items about the big leagues with which he may not be familiar. The financial end, for example. How many fans know that a rule, in effect since 1887, stipulates that each player must leave a deposit of $30 on his uniform? The deposit is returned to the player at the end of the season. This rule hasn't been adhered to since the early 1920s. How about the money that comes in al the gate? How much does the visiting club get? In the National League, the visitors receive 28 1 /i cents for every paying customer, no matter how much the fan has paid at the box office. The league collects six cents on every admission. By TOM PENDEIMiAST THE ASSOCIATED PRESS "f want to look real good for thin picture because you don't tic a Bnbe- Ruth record every day," Niiid Stan Musinl as he combed liis hair for a photographer. Bowling Painters Roll 2738; Al Gets 599 It came a week too late to count in the men's tournament, but Conrad's Painlers scored the kind of series last night that would rank the team high in any tourney. Led by Al Beets with 500, the Painters posted a 2738 scratch series to beat Litwin's, 3-1, in the AMF League at the Royal T Lanes. Al rolled lines of 200-187-212. He had strong support from teammates 1). Beiter with 569, Tony ViinLcdicn with 549 and Dave Hcckmnn with 547. There were handsome scores all around in the AMF League session. Joe Moody put a 220 line into a 575 series for the Blue Moon, but the team losl four points to Briscoe Drugs. Cecil Wolgnst scored a 571 witli a 214 line for Pepsi Cola which posted a 2606 series but was beaten, 3-1, by Colbem's. Leo Bell- cr rolled a 549 for Colbern's. Giving the Pepsi-men additional boost were Owen Ogle with 546 and A. Gilbert with 525. A Hopkins rolled a 221 Jinc and Bob Mellon a 542 scries for Lilwin's. Team results and high individual scores in the AMF League follows: Druif.i—I 10 -- .1. Klinbrcl, 501 High .10 — w. Muck. 640 Uhio I\tm>u—I) HlnU 10-30 — J, Moody, 1130-575 Conrad's I'liluliTh— ,t High 10-30 — A. Ducts, 313-B99 Ufwln's—1 High 10 — A. Hopkins, 331 High 3il — B. Melton, 642 ulri'Miit Miisnury—.1 HlRli 10-30 — E, Rnder. 170-469 I>ulch Hoy rnlnls—1 Hlirh 10-3(1 — N. Hlatt, 184-448 CllllHTH's—.1 High 10-30 — L. Bellor, 301-549 IVp.ti-Cola—I High 10-30 — C. Wolgust, 314-671 Chrui'y'n Miirkulh—1 High 10-30 — 13. Young', 103-483 Drown'* Hardware—A High 10-30 — R. llartlck, 189-530 world-famous HIGHLANDER *285°° . total prtodaltorad per month „ No Money Down MALOTT Hdwe, & Appliances 116 S, Main Changed Your AIR FLITER LATELY? We have a complete stock of Fram & 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 Musial, 42, hnd jusl clubbed a decisive three-run double in the seventh inning as the St. Louis Cardinals nudged the Chicago Cubs 4-3 Thursday night and pulled two games ahead in the National League. The hit gave Musial 1,356 extra base hits for his career, lying Ruth's major league record. Musial, who holds or shares 42 National League records and 15 major league marks, has 717 doubles, 175 triples and 464 home runs. In Kansas City, the Athletics wilted under an 18-hit Cleveland attack, losing 15-6. The defeat dropped the A's into second place in the American League, six percentage points beliind Ihe Boston Red Sox. The A's and Sox open a 3-game series in Kansas City tonight. Musi al stopped by the Cub dressing room after the game to see former Cardinal Larry Jackson and was asked to pose for the picture with the pitcher. Oddly enough, Jaokson would have preferred to pitch to Musial in the seventh instead of Ken Boyer, his former roommate. "I'd rather pilch to Musial or anybody else on the team," Jackson said, "because Kenny's broken up more games for the Cardinals than anybody else." As it turned out, Jackson didn't finish pitching to Boyer and wasn't around for Musial's hit. With the Cardinals ahead 1-0 Jackson was relieved in the seventh with two on and two out and a 3-0 count on Boyer. Don Elston threw a fourth ball to Boyer. Then Musial crashed a drive off the left field wall for a 4-0 Cardinal lead. The Cubs scored three times in the ninth on Ron Santo's homer. Ray Wnshburn won his fifth game without a defeat, although he was unable to finish for the first time this year. He left after Santo's two-out homer. "I think I got a little chilled sitting on the bench," Washburn said, "and I really felt tired in (lie ninth. "I was really high on the fact I had six innings going without allowing a hit, but they finally got to me." Washburn went 6 2-3 innings against Los Angeles last Saturday jefore giving up a hit. Kansas City blew a 4-1 lead as he Indians teed off on starter and loser Dave Wickersham and reliever Diego Segui. Woodie Held led Cleveland with wo hits, including a grand slam rome run, and five RBI. Tito Vancona got Ihree doubles and a single. The victory went to Barry Latman, who pitched seven innings n relief and held the A's to two ills and two inns. Rookie catcher Bill Bryan hit a home run and a triple for the A's. DECORATOR MODEL 1925 STEREOPHONIC FM/AM PHONORADIO BUILT-IN STEREO FM-SWING-DOWN RECORD CHANGER New! Versatile! 10^* Thin! Diamond Stylus! 4 Matched Speakers! • Mount On Wall • Place On Table • In Room Divider • As Console With Legs 179 9 116 S. Main CH 2-4565 In the American League there is a different system. The visiting team gets 20 cents for every fan who sits in the bleachers and 30 cents for every grandstand customer. The league collects six cents on every admission. What are some of the incidental expenses connected with running a club? Well, the Cleveland club, for example, spent $75,000 for railroad and plane fares last season. The Indians paid hotel bills totaling $61,625, exclusive of meals. Meal money, at $10 a day per man, came to $27,750. Players get meal money only when on the road. Players receive no salary during spring training. The only recompense other than meal money is $25 a week for laundry and incidentals. The player buys his own glove which he usually gets free by endorsement, but the club pays for his bats. Baseballs cost each club about $15,000 a year and bats come to around $2,500. Bowling Sets New EKL Mark Ottawa High placed third, be- lind Argentine and Turner, in the East Kansas League varsity track meet yesterday at Argentine. But 'the Cyclones made their marks. Charles Bowling, senior, set a new EKL vault record of 12 feet, 1114 inches, beating the old 12- feet, 7Vi-inch mark set in 1959 l>y a Bonner Springs vaulter. Ottawan Wayne Parker won the 880-yard run in 2:04.7, and the Ottawa medley relay team came out on top. Jerry Turley, Roger Ferguson, Rick Jamison and Craig Davis make up the ieam. The final scores of all six par- icipating teams: Argentine, 83%; Turner 65; Dttawa, 42; Bonne Springs, 24; Rosedale, 16%, and Olathe, 9'A Ottawa High athletes will go to Lawrence Tuesday, May 7, to take lart in the Lawrence Relays, formerly known as the Haskell Re- ays. The Lawrence Relays will be at the Haskell Institute stadium. Whirlwinds Win Emporia Invitational It was another complete Ottawa Junior High School victory on the cinders yesterday afternoon at the Emporia Invitational Track- Meet. Coach Don Kornhaus was a broad beam of smiles as he congratulated his top winner, Ron Boyer, who gave the Whirlwinds first place finishes in the 100- yard low hurdles, pole vault and Scoreboard By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League W. L. Pet. G.B. Kansas City ..13 8 .619 Boston 10 6 .625 J /2 New York .. Chicago .... Baltimore ... Los Angeles Minnesota .. Cleveland ... 9 7 9 8 11 10 , 12 11 9 11 6 9 Detroit 8 12 Washington .. 8 12 .563 .529 .524 .522 .450 .400 .400 .381 2 2 2 3'/ 2 4 4>/2 the broad jump for a total and a sizeable lead over Lawrence Central, 28 5-6; Junction City, 24; Emporia, 20 1-3; Chism Trail, 15 1-3; Santa Fe, 14 and Manhattan, 10. Two new school records were set as Ronnie Lloyd heaved the shot 50 feet 5'/<z inches, bettering his previous mark of 49-1 set in the EKL meet. Boyer also added a new mark in the 100-yard low hurdles as he ripped off a 13.2 time. The amazing fact about Boyer's performance in the hurdles was that he was filling in for injured Dennis Cook and went on to set a new OJHS record and post a winning time over some of the toughest competition in the area, according to his coach Don Kornhaus. Ottawa swept through seven of the 12 events as Whirlwind depth paid a handsome dividend. The Reds placed a man in every event for the sweep. Other first place winners were Larry Williams, 50-yard dash; Madison Stein, high jump (tie), and the 440-relay team of Carter, Williams, Boyer and Gage. With one of the most impressive seasons on record, the Whirlwinds will journey to Lawrence West next week for a dual meet. Coach Don Kornhaus expressed satisfaction with his galloping group and only grinned when he mentioned Lawrence West. Thursday's Results Boston at Minnesota, ppd, rain New York 7, Los Angeles 0 Cleveland 15, Kansa's City 6 Washington 9, Detroit 4 Baltimore 8, Chicago 7 Today's Games Cleveland at Los Angeles (N) Boston at Kansas City (N) New York at Minnesota (N) Washington at Chicago (N) Baltimore at Detroit (N) Saturday's Games New York at Minnesota Washington at Chicago Baltimore at Detroit Cleveland at Los Angeles (N) Boston at Kansas City (N) National League W. L. Pet. G.B 15 11 St. Louis . Pittsburgh San Francisco 13 Milwaukee • Los .Angeles Chicago .... Philadelphia New York .. Cincinnati .. Houston .... 7 7 9 13 10 11 11 10 11 8 11 8 12 7 11 .7 14 .682 .611 .591 .565 .500 .476 .421 .400 .389 .333 2 2 2 1 / 4 6 6 7J4 Thursday's Results New York 10, Houston 3 St. Louis 4, Chicago 3 Los Angeles 3, Philadelphia 2 Milwaukee 8, Cincinnati 0 San Francisco 2, Pittsburgh 1 Today's Games San Francisco at New York (N) Los Angeles at Pittsburgh (N) St. Louis at Cincinnati (N) Houston at Philadelphia (N) Chicago at Milwaukee (N) Saturday's Games San Francisco at New York Los Angeles at Pittsburgh St. Louis at Cincinnati Houston at Philadelphia Chicago at Milwaukee For Insurance On dwellings, household goods, buildings and automobile? See Dean Berlin, Agent 109 E. Second Phone CH 2-2804 Nicklaus Fires 64 At Vegas LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP)—Jacl Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer, who specialize in destroying par scor- ng in golf, threatened today to make a two-man show of the $0,000 Tournament of Champions. Nicklaus, who has divested Palmer of such valuable crowns as the National Open and the Masters, led the way into the second round with a lead of two strokes over Palmer after shooting a record 8-under-par 64 Thursday. The 23-year-old Nicklaus might even duplicate the wire-to-wire win by Arnold in this same event last year — and incidentally, remove still another gem from Arnie's crown. Palmer had a first round 34-32— 66 for the par 36-36—72 Desert Inn Country Club and at the moment it appeared good enough to lead the round. Nicklaus soon after deflated this thought when he holed a 40-foot putt for an eagle 3 on the 15th. There are 25 other professionals competing here, but as South Africa's Gary Player observed in noting Nicklaus' terrific round: "He is so powerful and so straight there is no telling how good this man will be." Three shots off the pace was Bill Collins, who displayed no evidence of a back ailment which has hampered him all year. The 34-year-old pro from Miami, Fla., shot 34-33—67. Tied al 70 were Bill Casper, Jr., Bo Wininger, Johnny Pott and Doug Sanders, and rounding out those who broke par with 71s were Doug Ford, Jacky Cupit, Lionel Hebert, Gardner Dickinson and Jerry Barber. Tractor Tire Vulcanizing Foster Farm Service 'Cooper TIRES ^•n- 9 SILLILAND'S Recapping — Vulcanizing Rt 4, Ottawa Ph. Gentropolis 6 on my last car! How? Through my State Farm Mutual agent. He helped me get financing through a local cooperating bank. And that low cost bank financing really saves you money! Then I insured the car with State Farm too, and with their low rates I saved even on the insurance! Guess a lot of car owners save like this with State Farm. Say... why don't you call your State Farm agent? QUINCY SEYMOUR STATE FARM Mutual Automobile Insurance Company Home Office; Bloomington, Illinois HUGHES CUES Two Simple Exercises to add to your life Insurance 1 PUSH your Brake Pedal-Have someone check your Stop Lights. 2. PULL your Light Switch Make sure your front and rear lights are working. Replace your burnouts With a Dependable GE LAMP Statistics show that 41 % of the defects found in safety check are attributed to faulty car lamps. HUGHES AUTO PARTS 424 S. Main CH 2-3224

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