The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 21, 1965 · Page 5
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Franklin-Osage Gold Medal Winners Ottawa Herald Wednesday April 21, 1965 Page 5 Bowling Scores ROYAL T LEAGUE TROUT'S JEWELRY—3 High 10-30—B. Rhoades. 220. 555 PETERSON'S MASONRY—1 High 10-30—D. Peterson, 189. 514 AL BEETS MOTORS-^* High 10-3C—C. Wolgast, 219. 600 GAMBLES STORES—0 High 10-30—B. Hollon, 454 188- CRAIG COLLINS—POMONA Pole Vault KEN CULBERTSON—LYNDON Mile Run TERRY MUNDY—POMONA High Hurdles Ed RANSOM—WILLIAMSBURG Low Hurdles OTTAWA SAVINGS—2 High 10—Grabham, 187 High 30—Byrcl, 493 MARACAIBO OIL—0 High 10—Jackson, 219 High 30—K. Cordle, 588 CITIES SERVICE—3 High 10—Meyer, 211 High 30—Terry, 582 L.L. AND B. OILERS—1 High 10-30—Miller, 180-483 MEN'S INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE KEEN LEFTIES—3 High 10-30—D. Lewis, 231551 WESTERN AUTO—1 High 10-30—D. Higdon, 182484 PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK—3 High 10-30—Davis, 214.617 GUY'S FOODS INC.—1 High 10.30—J. Love, 200.507 OTTAWA PACKERS NO. 1—3 High 10—J. Clark, 204 High 30-^J. Willhite, 547 OTTAWA TIMES—1 High 10—B. Chubbee, 208 High 30—B. Seymour, 508 TUESDAY NIGHT LADIES EAGLES AUX. NO. 2700—4 High 10-30—B. Maloney, 158. 434 SHINN & HALEY ABSTRACT—0 High 10.30—1. Cordle, 180*429 PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK—2 High 10-30—H. Conrad, 176486 ; ARNOLD'S JEWELRY— 2 High 10-30—H. Liegerot, 178475 V.F.W. AUXILIARY-^1 High 10-30—Wise, 164-412 TODD'S INSURANCE—0 High 10—E. Keim, 1C2 High 30—H. Wenthe, 435 RAYMON SCHROEDER—POMONA 440 Dash JOHN SUTTON—PRINCETON High Jump DICK WELLS—OVERBROOK 880 Run National League Roundup Spahn Back In Form By MIKE RATHET Associated Press Sports Writer Warren Spahn gave every in. dication in 1964 that he was get. ting too old to remain a big win. ner in the majors. Apparently he stopped off somewhere be. tween seasons for a vitamin plck-me.up that has taken a couple of years off his 43.year. old left arm. Making his second start Tues. day night, the winningest south, paw in major league history came through with another strong performance, allowing only one earned run in a 3-2 vie. tory over Los Angeles that brought him his first triu.nph as a New York Met and the 357th of his career. That left Spahn with a spar. kling 2.12 earned.run average and two steps closer toward his prime 1965 goal—"erasing the memory of last year when ev. erything went bad for me." Spahn won 23 games for Mil. waukee in 1963, then fell to a 6.13 mark last season with a 5.28 ERA. But he never once as. sumed he was over the hill. "I am sound physically," he American League Roundup Hitter Holds New Touch By MURRAY CHASS Associated Press Sports Writer Felix Mantilla, who made more moves than a belly dancer last year, has reduced his act. Instead of belting the bell be. tween fielders and over fences while moving from one of six positions to another, he's just rapping the ball between field, ers and over fences. Mantilla, maintaining the power he discovered in 1964, drove in all of Boston's runs Tuesday in the Red Sox' 5.2 triumph over Washington. It was the only American League game scheduled. The 30-year-old Puerto Rican ggt the Red Sox off to a fast start with a firsUinnlng grand, slam home run — the first of his career and the first in the league this season. Two innings later, he singled across Boston's final run. The performance increased Mantilla's 1965 output to a .388 batting average, two homers and 10 runs batted in. No one else in the AL has more than seven RBI while only Tony Conigliaro, hitting .556, has a better average with Boston. Mantilla's slugging has helped the Red Sox to four victories in their first five games and the AL lead. Acquired from the New York Mets for the 1963 season, Mantilla burst forth last year as a power hitter, reaching career highs of 30 home runs and 64 runs batted in. His .289 average was second best in his nine.year career. While he was compiling his lustrous record, Mantilla was moving all over the Boston de. fense. He played at six different spots — all three outfield posts, second base, shortstop and third base. For this year, however, Man. ager Billy Herman decided Mantilla would remain at only one position — second base. In the National League Tues. day, New York and Warren Spahn edged Los Angeles 3-2, Philadelphia nipped Houston 2, 1 in 13 innings and Pittsburgh defeated San Francisco 3.1. pointed out during spring train, ing. "I just wasn't pitching enough last year. I have to work regularly to be effective. "You can't convince me you go from middle age to old age in one year." He proved his point against the Dodgers, working into the ninth with a four.hit shutout. Then a single by Wes Parker and an error by Ed Kranepool opened the door and the Dodg. ers stuck their foot in it with run.producing singles by Tom. my Davis and John Roseboro. But with the tying and win. ning runs on first and third, Spahn reared back into his high kick and pitched out of the jam. Elsewhere, Roberto Clemente, still underweight from a battle with malaria this spring, drove in two runs with a pair of sin. gles in Pittsburgh's 3.1 victory over San Francisco and Phila. delphia edged Houston 2.1 in 13 innings on Ruben Amaro's key single. The other clubs were not scheduled. Cards Eye Second Win By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The St. Louis Cardinals will be trying for their second victory of the young National League sea. son tonight at St. Louis after losing five of their first six games. The Cardinals play the Mil. waukee Braves and will start Bob Purkey (0-1), a right hand, er, against the Braves. Bob Sa. dowski, (1-0) will hurl for Mil. waukee. Kansas City, with a 2-4 record in the American League, travels to Detroit tonight. The Athletics will start John O'Donoghue (1-0) against the Tigers' Hank Aguirre (1-0). Both clubs were idle Tuesday. The New York Mets have compiled their best all-time record against the Chicago Cubs, 23 wins and 31 losses. ELBORN'S ELECTRIC SERVICE ICH 2-4332-1220 E. 7th BEAT The HEAT! Take Your Car To Bob White Motor Co.'s CAR AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE CENTER G«t your cor air conditioner in tip top condition for Ajr ConcKHonin complete comfort! Ch«ck-Up We specialize in all makes SEE US NOW-We'll make your unit operate /ike new/ Come in and meet "Shine" our Air Conditioner Specialist. Shine is a graduate of Chrysler and General Motors Air Conditioning School and will always be willing to help you with your problems! STOP IN SOON! Shine DeVore Bob White Motor Co 118 S. Hickory Olympian Who Trained In Cemetery Motorcyle Was Prized By JACK KELLY Sports Writer, Scranton Times TUNKHANNOCK, Pa., (AP) — A man who got into the 1900 Olympic Games by accident, trained by leaping over grave, stones and won a motorcycle for his efforts will be honored Sat. urday at the 71st annual Penn Relays. Ninety.year.old Walter B. Tewksbury of Tunkhannock, Pa., believed to be America's oldest living Olympian, will be awarded a plaque at a special ceremony during the annual relays at Franklin Field. He has been ill recently, however, and says he won't be able to make the trip. Relays officials remain hope, ful that the 1899 Penn graduate will get a last.minute okay from his doctor to make the trip. His voice still remarkably strong and his memory sharp d espite his age, the retired den. tist recalled how it happened that he was chosen for the Olympic squad, and how he be. came a double winner. He had been an intercollegiate champion at Penn in both the 100 and 220.yard dashes but was out of competition when Penn Coach Mike Murphy began form, ing plans to 1 e a d a Penn squad to the 1900 Olympics at Paris. Murphy, a fancier of early American glassware, heard of a Tunkhannock family that had an outstanding collection. He went there hoping to acquire some pieces, fell into conversa. tion with Tewksbury, and wound up with a double Olympic cham. pion. Having been promised a berth on the Penn squad of eight if he worked himself into form, Tewksbury proceeded to do just that. Unable to find a hurdles course near his home, heimpro. vised. Each evening he went to a cemetery near his home and trained by leaping over head, stones, startling passersby, but nevertheless whipping himself into top shape. In the Parisian games, he won the 200-meter dash in 22.2 sec. onds and the 400-meter hurdles in :57.6, placed second in the 60.meter and 100-meter dashes, and was third in the 200.meter hurdles. For his efforts, he was award. ed bronze medallions. The now. traditional gold medals had not yet come into vogue. At a banquet climaxing the games, a member of the British royal family thought that Tewksbury deserved something better. "Well, sir, I'd certainly like one of those French motorcy. cles," Tewksbury said. "I'llsee to it that you get one," he was told. "I got more enjoyment out of that motorcycle than anything else," Tewksbury recalls. Boxing Results NEW YORK—Jimmy Duprec, 173V2, New York, stopped Clay Thomas, 176, Paterson, N.J., 3. SACRAMENTO, Calif.—Joey O 1 g u i n, 134V2, Sacramento, knocked out Gabe Hernandez., 133Vz, Tijuana, Mexico, 3. TRACTOR TIRE REPAIR Gilliland's Recapping Vulcanizing Rt. 4, Ottawa Ph. Centropolis C CH 2-4425 Booming with Bargains SALE STARTS Thursday, April 22-8 a.m. 59c Value ELMER'S GLUE 4 Oz. Size 39< Limit 1 $1.00 Value BRECK SHAMPOO 8 Oz. Size 59< Limit 1 39c Value Kelley's Black Shoe Polish 3V 2 Oz. Size 1(X Can Limit 1 53c Value CREST TOOTHPASTE 33 < Tube Limit 1 65c Value Johnson's Baby Powder 9 oz. size 39< Limit 1 29c Value 1 Qt. 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