The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 27, 1965 · Page 5
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Bowling Scores SUNDAY NIGHT TEENS THE BOWL —3 High 10-30—G. Cole, 148-442 CUT OFF CLUB—1 High 10.30—C. Kersley, 173. 498 KING PINS—3 High 10-30—D. Kersley, 155419 CLIMBERS —1 High 10-30—D. Porter, 154. 387 DEUCES WILD —4 High 10-30—D. Gumm, 186. 495 SCATTERBRAINS —0 High 10.30 — S. Toumberlln, 138.357 BRUNSWICK MEN'S LEAGUE HELEN AND BILL»S CAFE—3 High 10-30—H. Kramer, 212. 583 FIRST NATIONAL BANK—1 High 10—R. Moore, 198 High 30—Page, 502 HUBBARD LUMBER—4 High 10.30—C. Davis, 221.541 MOBILE HOME SERVICE —0 High 10.30—G. McFadden, 169. 438 LO.O.F. No. 24 —3 High 10.30—O. Breckenridge, 218.594 MCMELLEN OIL —1 High 10-30—H. Tucker, 221. 546 R AND M MIDGETS KING PINS — 3 High 10-30-^A. Campbell, 143. 266 TERMITES —0 High 10.30—N. Evans, 125-200 PINHEADS —2 High 10.30—N. Bien, 128.255 ROLLING PINS — 1 High 10.30—C. Hettler, 154. 248 DOWNDRAFTS — 2 l /z High 10.30—C. Reeves, 103. 188 THE ROLLERS —V 2 High 10.30—C. Nltcher, 107. 200 SATURDAY NIGHT OWLS Stan The Man Turns Pitcher For Comeback ST. LOUIS (AP) — Stan Mus- lal made a one-day comeback Monday—as a pitcher. "If Warren Spahn can keep going at 44, why can't I?" quipped the former St. Louis Cardinal star outfielder, who retired after the 1963 season. Southpaw Musial got his chance when another former Cardinal, Tom Poholsky, couldnH be located to pitch special batting practice to Ken Boyer, who was testing his sore back. "I've got the highest.prlced batting practice pitcher in baseball," Boyer said of the Cardi. nal vice president, who also is vice president of a bank and owner of a restaurant. Musial warmed up In t h e clubhouse before taking the mound for his tryout. His catch. er was Ed MacAuley, former professional basketball star and coach. "He's still got some eligibility left," MacAuley said with a straight face. "Once a pitcher, always a pitcher." Musial began his playing career on the mound and had an 18.5 record In the minor leagues In 1940 with a strong arm and a wUd pitch. He Injured his shoulder that year and switched to the outfield. "I've still got something left," Musial said as he whipped a pitch toward Boyer, who slammed it against the left field wall. "No trick pitches," Musial continued, skipping gingerly out of the way of a line drive through the box. LUCKY FOUR—3 HigK 10.30— C. McDaniels, 171-490 SIDE SWIPERS —1 High 10.30—D. Reynolds, 170. 454 PIN LUGGERS —3 High 10-30—D. Dillon, 192. 563 THE BUMS —1 High 10-30—C. Dodd, 176-463 ALLEY RATS — 4 High 10.30—B. Bond, 196-537 ALLEY CATS — 0 High 10.30—C. Campbell, 154. 449 SATURDAY SUNSET LEAGUE STRUGGLERS —2 High 10-30—B. Milton, 175. 498 SLAP HAPPY FOUR —2 High 10.30— M. Jones, 171. 454 THE SLEEPERS —2 High 10.30—S. Barber, 187. 484 THE PLUGS—2 High 10.30—A. Miller, 191. 522 LOST FOUR—3 High 10.30—C. Beckner, 182. 506 UNPREDICTABLES—1 High 10.30—E. Collins, 168. 539 MONDAY NIGHT LADES OTTAWA SAVINGS —3 High 10-30—D. Toumberlln, 165-451 OSBURN'S FLOWERS — 1 High 10-30—Emerson, 160.445 ELK'S LADIES — 4 High 10—M. Lewis, 178 High 30—E. Strickland, 454 LEE'S CAFE — 0 High 10-30—V. Ferguson, 160. 409 OTTAWA BOWL —4 High 10.30—V. Bloomer, 193. 416 NITCHER FLOOR SERVICE—0 High 10-30—J. Hettler, 150. 436 GRAND CHAMPION LEAGUE THE BLANKS—4 High 10.30—H. Doman, 235. 587 OTTAWA BOWL —0 High 10-30—D. Cordle, 205. 545 CHANNEL CHANGE The Franklin County Highway Department has been at work relocating the channel of Walnut Creek on the Zielsdorf place southwest of Wellsville (east of the Barnett bridge) to eliminate a bend .in the road. The creek had eaten out into the road at this point. Pictured are James H. Combes, Ottawa, operating a packer; Athel Watkins, Ottawa, operating a crane dragline; and Paul Harbison, Wellsville, operating a bulldozer. Ottawa Herald, Tuesday, April 27, 1965 Page 5 Baseball Scoreboard By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS American League Minnesota Chicago Detroit Boston W. L. Pet. G.B. 6 2 .750 — 7 3 .700 — 6 3 .667 V 2 5 3 .625 1 Cleveland 4 3 .571 l'/2 New York 5 6 .455 2Vz Baltimore 4 5 .444 2 l /z Los Angeles 4 6 .400 3 Washington 3 8 .273 4'/z Kansas City 2 7 .222 4V 2 Monday's Results No games scheduled Today's Games Kansas City at New York Boston at Chicago, N Los Angeles at Detroit, N N Stanley Cup Records Can Be Reached By Bobby Hull BAT SHINER - Seven-year - old Eddie Chadwick of Parsons still likes to play softball, despite this blackeye he now wears after colliding with a bat in a recent game. The missing front teeth, however, came as a result of growing up. (AP Photo) Combat Veteran Tries Hand At Kid's Game COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — Bill Flynn, a combat veteran of World War II and 40.year.old father of three, has embarked on a new career as a student at the University of Maryland. Hitting the books again after a 22.year lapse is hard enough, but Flynn Is also doing some hitting as a member of Mary. land's freshman baseball team. The new career was borne of necessity when Flynn's Army service was cut short by a Department of the Army policy that all officers have college degrees. He was retired as a captain last August after 20 years of duty. The thought of this forced re. tlrement gnawed away at Bill Flynn. It was partly responsible for his taking a whirl at base, ball with players half his age and not much older than his 15. year-old son. "I guess I went out for the team to prove I still had the ca. paclty to perform physically with younger people, as well as the mental capacity to stay with them in class," Flynn said. Neither the class work nor baseball has come easy, but Flynn Is enjoying the challenge. Flynn is majoring in business education, with his future set on a teaching career. He wants to minor In history. During the Christmas vaca. tlon, Flynn began thinking of a baseball comeback. He had played the sport In high school at Easton, Pa., and for 14 years in the Army—where he also managed teams for nine sea. sons. "I talked It over with the var. sity coach, Jack Jackson, and he sort of chuckled," Flynn said. "But after pumping me with questions, he found out I knew a little bit about the game." Flynn's wife, Marjorie, who has resumed her elementary school teaching career while Bill goes to college, and who is expecting in June, didn't object. Flynn, a left-handed batter, has collected four hits in 12 tries for the frosh while playing first or second base. He also helps direct the squad when Coach Whitey Stevens goes on the road with the varsity. MONTREAL (AP) — Bobby Hull, the Chicago Black Hawks' blond bomber, has regained his shooting eye and will resume his assault on a couple of Stanley Cup records against the Canadians in Montreal tonight. Hull pounded home a pair of goals in Chicago's 5-1 triumph Sunday over Montreal which knotted the best.of.7 series at two games each. The two goals gave Hull a to. tal of 10 in the playoffs which began with a besUof.7 triumph over Detroit and boosted his point total to 17. With at least two and possibly three games to play, Hull needs two goals to reach the record of 12 set by Maurice Richard of Montreal in 1944 and tied by Montreal's Jean Beliveau in 1956. Bobby also needs a mere four Declines Post MELBOURNE (AP) — Nor. man W. Strange declined an offer of renomination Monday and retired as president of the Australian Lawn Tennis Asso. elation. points to equal the mark of 21 established by teammate Stan Miklta in 1962 with six goals and a record 15 assists. If the Golden Jet can break or even tie these records, he also might carry the Hawks to their first Stanley Cup championship since 1961. In the first two games in Montreal, both won by the Canadi- ens, Hull was closely guarded by Claude Provost and limited to a total of three shots on net, picking up only one assist. With Hull stopped, it seemed possible the Canadiens might sweep the series in four games. But Hawk Coach Billy Reay, who always insists a seven, game series doesn't really begin until the fifth game, said "Bob. by Hull can be stopped now and then. But you can't do it day in and day out. He'll break loose somewhere along the line." Following tonight's game, the two teams will go to Chicago for game No. 6. If a seventh game is needed, it will be played In Montreal Saturday night. The Canadiens earned the advantage of an extra game at home by finishing second in the National Hockey League race. Minnesota at Cleveland, N Washington at Baltimore, N Wednesday's Games Kansas City at New York Los Angeles at Detroit, N Minnesota at Cleveland, N Baltimore at Washington, N Only games scheduled National League W. L. Pet. G.B. Chicago 6 3 .667 — Los Angeles 7 4 .636 — Cincinnati 6 4 .600 Vz Phila'phia 6 5 .545 1 Houston 7 6 .538 1 New York 6 7 .462 2 Pittsburgh 5 7 .417 2>/z San Fran. 5 7 .417 2Vz Milwaukee 3 5 .375 2'/z St. Louis 3 6 .333 3 Monday's Results Houston 2, Pittsburgh 0 Philadelphia 4, Los Ang's 3 Only games scheduled Today's Games Chicago at Cincinnati, N St. Louis at Milwaukee, N New York at Houston, N Pittsburgh at Los Angeles, N Philadelphia at San Fran., N Wednesday's Games Philadelphia at San Francisco Pittsburgh at Los Angeles, N New York at Houston, N St. Louis at Milwaukee, N Chicago at Cincinnati, N Pacific Coast League Portland 5, Spokane 0 Okla. City 7, San Diego 5 Denver 4, Salt Lake City 2 Only games scheduled International League Jacksonville at Buffalo, cold Columbus at Rochester, rain Toledo at Syracuse, rain Only games scheduled EVERYTHING IN FLAT GLASS WINDOWS MIRRORS FURNITURE and DESK TOPS SUFFRON Glass Co. 418 N. Main Ph. CH 2.2015 Major Stars PITCHING — Dave Glusti, Astros, shut out Pittsburgh 2.0 on four hits, posting his third victory In Houston's last five games and lowering his earned, run average to 0.64. Batting — Johnny Callison, Phillies, triggered a three.run first ' Inning outburst with a homer off Sandy Koufax and Philadelphia went on to defeat the Los Angeles Dodgers 4.3. PUBLIC AUCTION RESIDENCE PROPERTY and HOUSEHOLD GOODS Saturday May 1, 1965 Starting at 1:00 p. m. 428 N. Poplar St. Ottawa, Kansas 5 Room modern house, terms on property given day of sale. 5 Rooms of furniture, tools and miscellaneous. Furniture, tools and miscellaneous will be sold separately, piece by piece. C. A. Hobbs ESTATE Tom Seyler administrator Terms: Cash Not responsible in case of accidents. Harold Stewart, Auct. Peoples National Bank, Clerk. GRADUATION TIME. It's almost here. Come in now and choose from our terrific selection of young men's Suits. 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This saves you time, confusion . . . and money! Call or write for the services of one of our Group Representatives to outline all the benefits your money will buy with Blue Cross- Blue Shield. BLUE CROSS-BLUE SHIELD OF KANSAS KANSAS HOSPITAL SERVICE ASSN.. INC. • KANSAS PHYSICIANS' SERVICi

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