The Piqua Daily Call from Piqua, Ohio on March 15, 1968 · Page 11
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The Piqua Daily Call from Piqua, Ohio · Page 11

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Ambidextrous Red Gives Right Rest TAMPA, Fla. (UP1) -Jorge Rubio doesn't let his right arm know what his left arm Is doing because there's more than tired I'd use my left hand fo enough competition around the throw and I'd throw lefthanded Cincinnati Reds' camp without adding to the problem. ico's Baja Peninsula. "I used to fool around with losf Nights fiovv//ng Results BREL - AIRE The Twillghlers 175 Games (Women) R. Cru/ soe 192, S. Harrod 175, B. Kaups 176, F. Hilbert 188, S. Pine 180, D. Kloecker 188, J. Nyslrom It then," he said. "When I got 179, J. Johnston 175, P. Long when I played the outfield. 1 threw some baiting practice - . . ,, r Vending Inc. 129-103, Miller What Rubio's left arm Is do- lefthahded with the Angels and Meteor 127-105, Little Pro Mini ing, of course, Is Uw sameil thing as his right arm -- pitching baseballs for the Reds. Not frequently perhaps, but often enough to nourish a dream. Rublo, a rookie acquired from the California Angels in the Sammy Ellis trade last November, : arrived In camp with a split baseball personality and a tired right arm. It seems his right arm, the one he has used throughout his brief professional career, was overworked In Mexico during the winter. So Rublo did the next bes thing. He broke out a southpaw mitt and began throwing bat ting practice from the port sidp "I've got the same spee lefthanded as I do right," ex plained, the SSi-year-old Rubio "and I can throw a slider left handed. But I need more prac tice and belter control. M right arm is tired right now. I needs a rest." .Rublo, whose powerful arms emanate from a rugged 6-foot-3 200-pound frame, first toyec ·with the Idea of double dut while in high school in Mex- pltched a couple of games own in tyexlco lefthanded. · "I won them' both." · Manager Dave Bristol, how- ver, isn't overly impressed. "He's gotta do something 178. Standings: Fashlonetle 1H-Y8, Vogler's more righthanded before he makes this team," tersely commented the Cincinnati skipper. 'He's going to win or lose a ob with his right arm." Even Rubio can understand that altitude. "I plan to use my right hand o stay with the club," he wid, 'and, practice with my lefi land during the season. I don't enow which way Is better tor ature Golf 123-109, Piqua Coin Op 118-114, Mid-Continent Prop 118-114, Smart Shop 117-115 Wion Lindsay Appl. 113-119 C i t y Machine 9W38, S w i r Beauty Salon 67-165. », 3. Fuller 223, P. Wirrig 212,i . Beasley 213-2)5,-D, · Riegert, 08-210-213, F. Cross, ,.203, R. 1 freon 2l9;-R. Slfohaiier 210, J. itfle 204,,.P/ Holler 203, D. oods 203-224,. C, Morris Sr. 208, Ri Kise'r 206,, J. Robinson «0, E. Hawk 202, D. Heffner fll-202; P; Schaffner" 216-210, J. ruse 224; P* Felver Standings: .,,'· . Tempo Trophy 146-W,' Misler BREL - AIRB Mld-Week "A" Division 600 Series (Men) D. Beasley 08, D. Riegerl 631, D. Wood 624, P. Schaffner 607. 200 (James (Men) B. Maxwel me." thing Rubio, who pitched 15-strikeout shutout In his fourth major league start in 1966 but was slowed by a pulled leg muscle last season and ways threw lefthanded for whole game. It takes some the pressure off your arm." Mel Harder, the Reds' pitch Ing coach, is skeptical of th switch. "There's been a few alon the way who've tried it," sai Harder, who has spent 41 years hipped to the minors, does not to baseball, ' but I don't kno Intend to become is a switch- pitcher. "I never changed from right- anyone who was too success »· Tt appears that the only he! bander from letthand rein the ln S nawl bander from lefthander In the P* experiment Is his own middle of a game for a parti- either right or left. oular batter," he said. "I al-1 ArmcoQuarries' 11'1, : ' darlings 00, Blatz M, Go«M)j Ind. 91, Dyne's' Barber 88; Millers 63, filler Meteor 2 54.·'· ''. CENTENNIAL / Alley Cats 500'series (Women) T.. Collins ai. 160 games (Women) J. Me- Kenna 191, G. Curtis '164, R Stelzner 170, P. Butsch'168, T 31-101, Dew Drop Infi J28-101 :aserla's 125-107, Angle Hard ;are 118-114, Dan's Sohio 11814, Bing's 110-122, Chuck's Bar 7-135, Mont. Ward 96-136, Bill ings TV 94-138, CrumbacMtog ,rs 94-138. Sill's 197, Piqua Cig. Vending Davis 169, M. · Rleber 181, F · ' · · · tK)LD CROWN , Trl-CHy . 10; series (Men) D. Martin 510/:'G. Wartwr 600. ' 200 games (Men) W. Stepha 204, P. Ciriegio 204, R; Goodin 239, C. Ingle 223, B. Pohlschneider 220, G. Jordan 202, B. Kiefer 201, 'J. Tobias 261, D. Martin 204-212, M. Ingle 200, C. Foster 202, C. Shannon 202 - 213, Warner 203, ,D. Pennington 229, Gl. Warner 203 - 206, R. Wood 235. Standings: ; RZ Vending 148, F.O.M.M Co. 148, Joe's Barber 142, DP L Blue Flames 138, Mikesells 136, Miller Meteor 1 122, Hackett's Ins. 12!, Gold Crown Lanes 120, DP L Line Salesll6 Taylor 165j,L. Baker 163 - 164 T. Collins; 190470, S. Hoke 167 Standings: Lyle Enterprises 157-59, Mea dow Gold 132 - 84, Jays Carry Out 126-90, Wayne Wood Serv 104 - 112; Jiffie Restaurant 102114, Capri :Lounge 99-117, Mick eys Dairy Store 60-156. GOLD CROW Thur, Night Church Friday, March 15, 19o8-l!C!UA DAILY CAU-11 200 games '(Men) D. Swartz 12, D Anderson 201, R. Sclia- er 206, J. Stonerock ZflO, D. Bowman 207. Standings: St. Johns 1146-78, St. Johns 2 44 - 80, P.H. Brethren 143-81, Team 8 130 · 94, Brethren 12890, St. Teresa 93.. 13}, Team 7 65 - 159, Newcomers' 47-177. 127, Tiara 125, Joyland 120, Schullzs 114, Schllngman 109, Weschlers 100, RC Cola 100, Kinnlson 97, Slnglettes 91, I shlonette 89, Bubble Up 88, Dor- The-Ann 74, Bubble Up 66. Bowling Notes Ann Mitchell rolled a triplicate score last night of 90 per game. · ; .GOLD CROWN Inter-City, . 600 series (Men) D. Martin, 528, S. Drelling, 514. . 200 games (Men) D. Martin 181-190, R. Kingrey 176, S. Drieling 223, B. Fogt 191, J. Leistner 191, D. Brumbaugh 200, C. Lyle 182, B, Peraberton 213, M. Leeper 186. Standings: Gold Crown 148, Hendricks 144, John Perry 134, Buccaneer AIR CONDITIONER SALE Air conditioner ait now in stock and ready for immediate delivery. We feature Westlnghouse. Prices start at $99.00 for 5000 B.T.U. For the casement window our 5500 BTU with many settings for fan speed and 11 position thermostat. Don't miss .out en this model at $169,00, Remember we will trad*. Many other sizes and models Jo choose from. ROARK FURNITURE, INC. I aura, Ohio Open Weekdays From 9 - 9 Phone laura 947-2311 - Englewood 836-262 J 5th Ranked 'Cats To Face Top Team By United Press International ·Fifth-ranked Newark gels its Chance forrevenge at the State Fairgrounds Coliseum in Columbus Saturday night. The once-beaten Wildcats will play undefeated Columbus East Bill Hocket Unanimous Big Ten Selection CHICAGO (UPI) - Three Big Ten cage stars, Sam Williams of Iowa, Bill Hostet of Ohio State and Rick Mount of Purdue, were unanimous selections of conference coaches fort)nit- ed Press International's 1968 All-Big Ten team, announced today. ' , A fourth-member of the top five,. Wisconsin's Joe Franklin Mssed unanimous'selection b; only one point. Illinois' Dave Scholi was thi fifth-member of the honor five missing unanimous selection by four points. . The coaches obviously le scoring and rebounding infiu ence their picks. Mount was the league leader in scoring wit 29.7 points per game and set record for most points by sophomore in the Big Ten. Williams was second in scor tag with a 25.6 average, Frank lin third with 24.4, Scholz lift ·with 23.0 and Hosket sixth wit 21.3. Franklin also led th league in rebounds with an a 1 erage of 13.9 per game. Williams was the only playe to make the team for the sec ond straight season, and on' one other player returned from ;last year's all conference team '.Tim Kondla of Minnesota, an ,h« was named o the secon team. Kondla finished fourth league scoring, while a yea ago he was the scoring cham 'pion. r the Central Ohio Class AA egional championship. Newark's only loss in 23 ames was to Columbus East arlier in the season, The Wildcats earned the right i play East with a 549 win. wr Marietta ('15-9) Thursday Ight. ' That game was the hlghllghtl! f the state-wide post-season wrnament to decide the Class AA and Class A basketball || tampions of Ohio. Around the slate, as in Columus, games Thursday night] 'ent much as expected with no major upsets. Canton McKinley, 13th in the I, mal 1968 UPI polls, whipped Cent Roosevelt 56-51 at Kent in the only other Class AA game. Twelfth-ranked Dixie downed j Morthridge S9-50 at Troy in Class A competition; Spring- ield Local defeated Clearview 67-49 at Canton; Kalida dumped Upper Scioto Valley 7W6, and 6th ranked Mansfield St. Pe-' ers sank Crestview 65-51. Tonight's action shows Lorain Admiral King (17-6) playing fourth - ranked Toledo Central CathoHc (22-1) in Class AA play at Toledo; Nth-ranked Lima SB- I nlor (19-3) vs Cleveland John I Adams (184) at Bowling Green; Hamilton Garfield (20-3) versus' Oark Northwestern (2«M) at I Cincinnati and ninth - ranked I Cincinnati Elder (22-1) against Dayton Roth (194) also in Cincinnati. Single A play has only two games on tap tonight, both at Athens. Granvill* (204) plays | Portsmouth Clay (83-3), and second - ranked Western Pike (M-0) plays West Muskingum I (·18-3). GOLF CtUB SALE We feature MacGregor gold equipment. New ctubi and bags have arrived. We are closing out all 1967 model clubs at half price. Some demonstrator models are even lest. 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