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11)1 OTTAWA HERALD^ Wednesday, April 16, lew Schedule Set For Track Meet Here Friday. Ottawa University Coach B 111 Boucek has announced the schedule of events for the Ottawa University Interdenominational Relays set for Friday at Cook Field. There will be five relays, mile, fprint medley, 880-yard, distance medley and 440-yard. The orV open running events will be the 100 and 100-yard high hurdles, All weights and jumping events will be held as usual. The shot put, -high jump and discus will be held during the afternoon with the shot and high jump starting at 5 p.m. The evening running events will get underway at 6:45 with the finals of the 100-yard dash. Timers for the meet are Harold Wallace, Dale Willhito, Dwight Ha worth. Tom Harrell Is clerk of the course and Dick Peters is the starter. "This Is Just going to be r friendly meet," OU Coach Bi Boucek said. "I still need some finish judges and anyone who is Interested should contact me." "We're going to be a little weaker," Boucek said. "Several of our good boys are ineligible this week." Schools competing in the relays are, Ottawa, Baker, College of Emporia, Tabor, McPherson, Bethel, Bethany, Kansas Weslcyan and Friends. High School Tennis Team Over Atchison ATCHINSON-Ottawa High netst- ers whipped Atchison 3-1 in a tennis match, Tuesday, 3-1. Ottawa swept both singles matches and took a doubles victory. The Redmen were able to salvage only one doubles win. SINGLES: Gary Burke, Ottawa, over Naul, Atchison, 6-4, 6-2. Bob Keelin, Ottawa, over Manning, Atchison, 6-0, 6-0. DOUBLES: Hutchinson • Bell, Atchison, over Gene Shofner • Gordon Bruce, Ottawa, 6-0, 1-6, 6-1. Jim Dykstra • Herb Harrah, Ottawa, over Denton - Hnyslett, Atchison, 6-4, 6-2. Heavyweights In TV Fight Tonight MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Charles (Sonny) Liston of Philadelphia and Cleveland Williams of Houston, Tex., meet tonight in a heavyweight bout nt Miami Beach Auditorium. Liston, fourth - ranked heavyweights, has knocked out 14 foes, outpointed 0 and lost 1 decision. The unranked Williams has won 36 fights by knockout, gained seven decisions and suffered a single kayo. The fight is to be televised (ABC) at 9 p. m. (CST). The scheduled 10-roundor will be scored on the 10-point must system with the winner of each round getting 10 points and the loser nine or less. Pirates Only Winless Team In National Loop UP AND OVER HE GOES — Ottawa High School trackman Roger Milburn goes over the high Jump In Tuesday's meet with Lawrence A Icam at Cook Field. Lawrence's Carroll Clochon took the event with a jump of 5-8. (Photo by Lloyd Ballhagcn) Lawrence High Clips Ottawa In Track Meet Lawrence High's Lions ripped past the Ottawa Cyclones 77 2-3 to >4 1-3 In a dual track meet at Cook Field yesterday. Lawrence took 10 first places and swept two events, the 880 yard run and the high jump. It was the first dual loss of the year for Ottawa. Roger Schmanko topped the Ottawa scoring with tiVt points. Schmanke won the pole vault, clearing 11-7, took second in the broad jump and ran a log on the winning 880-yard relay team. Larry Cyre had nine points for Ottawa, with a first in the 440 and second in the 220. Ronnie Reusch and Jim Roth had six points each. Reusch took second in the javelin and the high hurdles. Roth was first in the discus and third in the shot, Munnford paced Lawrence with 11 points. Ho won the broad jump, reaching 21-2 and the 180-yard low hurdles. He was third in the high jump. So far this year, the Cyclones hold dual wins over Garnett ond Hayden. The next meet for Ottawa is a "B" meet with Lawrence, here, Thursday. Next Tuesday, Ottawa will host the talent-rich Haskoll Indians. By PATRICK MCNULTY LOS ANGELES (AP) - Roy Campanella was behind the plate at a Dodger gome Tuesday night or the first time since his crippling accident. Campy, In a wheelchair, was in back of the screen just to the left of the on-deck circle. But the Boxer Don Fullmer Charged In Thefts SALT LAKE CITY (AP)-Boxer Don Fullmer, 20, was charged with embezzlement and grand larceny Tuesday. He is a brother of former middleweight champion Gene Fullmer, 27. Two other men,, George Arba Holmes and Lynn Alma Holt, were arraigned on similar charges. Salt Lake County Atty. Grover A. Giles said Don Fullmer and Holmes were employes of the Salt Lake Hardware Co., wholesale house. Officers said the charges involve about $1,500 worth of hardware items taken from the warehouse over a period of several months. The results: 300-yanl dash: 1. T). Smllli, Oj J. Nolan, O; 3. Coleman, L. :10:5. Shot i>uf. 1. Ctnli;, L; 2, HnrKord, L; 3, Roth. O. 47-flW. IhO-yard low hurdles: 1, Munnford, L; 2, Cooper, L; 3, n. (luge, O. :22. 8M-yard run: 1, Montgomery. I.; 3, Coddlo, L: 3, M. Klmble, L. 2:OR.3. Mmlloy relny: 1, I.awrcncn (Moo, B Klmblc, Scnfleld, Lujnn). 3:51.1. High lump: 1. Selochn, L; 2, White' night, L; 3, Munnrord, 1* 5-8. 220-yard dash: 1, Lannlng, L; 2, Cyrt O; 3, Colorrmn, L. :22.7. Pole vault: 1, Schmanke. O; J, Bun dy, 0; Rico, L, and Armstrong, L (tie), 11-7. Mllo run: 1, Enlell, Lj 2, Moore, O 3, Ksplnosii, O, 4:54. Mllo relay: 1, Lawionoe (Boll. Rupp. Slcohn, BroylCB). 3:41). Discus: 1, Roth, 0; 2, Craig, L; 3, Nolan, O. 127-6. 120-yard hlRli hurdles: 1, Bell, L; 2 Reusch, 0; 3, Cooper, U :15.9. Broad Jump: 1, Munnfcrd, L; !, SchmanUe, O; 3, Rcod, 0. 21-2, 440-ynrd dash: 1, Cyro, 0; 2, Klmblt, Li 3, Scofltld, L. :53.6. 880-yard relay: 1, Ottawa (Glenn, Schmanke, Nolan, D. Smith). 1:36.2. Jnvelln: 1. Martin, O; 2, Reusch, O; 3, Prltchurd, L,. 142-2-%. Campy Behind Plate To Watch Dodger Loss Baker Wins Tennis Meet BALDWIN — Baker whipped the Ottawa University tennis team 63 in a dual match yesterday. Bill Ze'.l and Vinee Driski accounted for the Braves' only wins. They took singles wins and then paired up for a doubles victory. Ottawa now has an 0-2 record For the year. The next nction for the netsters is April 24 when they host College of Emporia. SINGLES Bill Zell, Ottawa, over Ray Trowbridge, Baker, 7-5, 4-6, 6-2. Vince Driski, Ottawa, over Keith Smith, Baker, 6-0, 7-5. Steve Roller, Baker, over Larry George, Ottawa, fi-0, G-2. Mike Ncal," Baker, over Warren Dclinan, Ottawa, 4-G, 7-5, 8-6. Bob Butterworth, Baker, over Jack Haughn, Ottawa, 4-6, 7-5, 86. Jerry Hart, Baker, over Bob Joy, Ottawa, 8-6, C-2. DOUBLES Zell-Driski, Ottawa, over Trowbridge • Smith, Baker, 6-4, 6-3. RoUer-Neal, Baker, over George- Haughn, Ottawa, 6-0, 6-0. Butterworth - Hart, Baker over Joy-DeHaan, 6-4,3-6,8-6. greatest Dodger backstop of 'em all had plenty to say as he watched St. Louis spoil the Dodgers' hometown debut 6-2. "Stay in there, Duke, stay in there," Campanella counseled another old warhorse, Duke Snider. "This McDunicI has a fine curve. He's gonna curve him." Sure enough, Lindy McDanlel came in with his 'curve. Snider singled. An inning or two later, up stepped Ron Fairly, the Dodgers' npple-cheeked bonus baby. "He waits a little too long," said Campanella, squinting through the wire at the chunky lefthanded batter. "You can tell whether it's a ball or a strike as soon as it leaves the pitcher's hand." McDaniel let fly after an over hand windup. "Ball," said Campanella. Catcher Hal Smith leaned out for the pitch — high and outside. With one on in the top of the third, Cardinal second baseman Don Blasingame twisted a sacri fice bunt in front of the plate. Dodger catcher Johnny Roseboro scooped it up and first to first. "Should he have thrown to sec ond for the double play?" asked Kenny Washington, the former UCLA and Los Angeles Ram football great who was sitting at Cam panella's eblow. Campane'.la pursed his lips and shook his head from side to side. "He played it just right," said Campanella without taking his eyes off the man who has his ok catching job. "He's gonna make a good catcher," By ED WILKS Associated Preii Sports Writer The St. Louis Cardinals finally won one for new manager Solly Hemus. That leaves Pittsburgh's Pirates as the National League's only winless club, Hemus, making the shift from utility infielder to skipper, put Stan Muslal back on first base Tuesday night at Los Angeles after the Cards had lost their first three games at home. Stan the Man (l-for«l«) was hitless, but his replacement In left, field, Chuck Essegian, paid off wifti a run- scoring double In a «-2 decision over the Dodgers. In the other NL night game, ex-Buc Bob Purkey became the season's first two-game winner by taking his fifth in a row from Pittsburgh in a 8-2 victory at Cincinnati. That fcft the Pirates, with an 0-4 recrj'. Milwaukee's champion Braves (3-0) became the lone unbeaten club In the NL with a 10-inning, 4-3 victory over Philadelphia. The Chicago Cubs spilled San Francisco to a first defeat 5-2. Right-hander Lindy McDaniel, he elder half of the Cards bonus brothers who went sour last year, gave up seven hits, walked but one and, had the Dodgers shut out for seven innings. It was his first victory 'and complete game since beating the Dodgers at Los Angeles last June 30. Southpaw Johnny Podres, who had an 11-4 record at the Coliseum last season, was the loser. An error, Es- seglan's double and Hal Smith's ,wo-run homer wrapped it up for the Cards in a three-run .sixth. Gil Hodges homered for the Dodgers in the ninth. With crippled Roy Campanella on hand, the Dodgers drew 61,552 for their home opener, That's a single night game record in the NL. ROBERT F. KNIGHT, Ottawa University senior from Horton, has accepted a contract as head coach at Overbrook High School. Knight is a three-sport as well as of the "0" letterman at being president Club. He holds (he school records in the 440 and 880 and has been named to all-c 0 inference football and basketball teams. He will coach football, basketball and track at Overbrook. Purkey, the right-hander who went to the Reds from Pittsburgh two winters ago, followed up his opening day decision over the Pirates with a seven-hit performance that included five strikeouts and a lone walk. George Witt, who had won seven straight and hadn't allowed the Reds a run in two previous decisions as a rookie was tagged for a solo homer by Vada Pinson and a two-run shot by Ed Bailey. Mickey Vernon and Johnny O'Brien, an unlikely winning par- High Jumper Awaits Surgery BOSTON (AP)— John Thomas impatiently awaiting a weekenc skin graft on his injured left foot Is confident that in six weeks he'l be back practicing his world rec ord form in the high jump. With an enthusiasm befitting hi; 18 years, the gangling Boston Uni versity freshman, whose goal is an Olympic gold medal, today jus wants to get out of Massachusetts Memorial Hospital and on his fee again. "The doctor tells me the skin graft will be done toward the enc of the week—possibly Friday," the sensational Negro athlete said. John bettered the recognized world high jump mark in February with a leap of 7 feet, 1V\ inches. 'After the job is done I'll be here another week to 10 days," John added. "I'll be able to walk as soon as I'm released, though probably on crutches at first. From that time I figure it will take a month — maybe less — for me to get back to high jumping Skiing Most Hazardous Of Popular Sports LONDON (AP) — Soft snow is more dangerous to fall into than an opponent's hard..fist, said a London physician today. Of all amateur sports, skiing causes more injuries per participant than any other. Boxing- maligned and campaigned against —is only the eighth most dangerous, according to the physician, Dr. j. L. Blonstein, possibly.the world's leading authority on box ing injuries, said in an interview that he determined the rankings of sports as injury causes, after studying thousands of accidents, 'alls, blows and crashes. Dr. Blonstein's conclusions were based only on British figures but said he felt they would apply roughly in the same order in many other countries. He did not take into account injuries in American football. In Britain, rugby and soccer—third cousins to football—ranked second and third in injuries. Track and field, swimming, automobLe racing, horseback riding—including jumping, and hunting all were found to cause more injuries than boxing. "In such sports as track and field and swimming," said Dr. Blonstein, "the preponderance ol injuries are in the nature of pulled muscles and in strains." The commonest boxing injury was simple nose bleeding. Most out injuries were about the eyes EDDIE BENDER, Ottawa University senior, has been named junior high coach at Garnett. Bender, from Chanute, la « foot* ball and tennis letterman and has been active in extra-curricular activities. Bender Is mar- rlfd and has a daughter. Enter Speedway Race INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Th« entry list for the 500-mile race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway May 30 stood at 47 today. Entries must be postmarked before midnight tonight, and at least a dozen more are expected. 4 -Team County Meet Is Thursday Four Franklin County League Schools will meet in a quad r angular track meet at Cook Field at 1 p.m. Thursday. Competing schools are Appanoose, Williamsburg, Lane and Pomona. 'Burg is undefeated in county league competition this year. lay for the Braves, were just that if thing „ n jffht „ after the Phils had taken a 3-2 gs Eo a " n ° nc ' lead over Warren Spahn on Wally Post's two-run pinch triple in the ninth at Milwaukee. Vernon, acquired from Cleveland last weekend, singled home the tying run in the ninth. O'Brien, the former Phil, then provided the payoff in the 10th, joining Hank Aaron and Wes Covington in a string of consecutive singles off losing reliever Dick Farrell. Ernie Banks, last year's major league leader in home runs and runs batted in, broke loose for jiis first homers of the season for the Cubs, ripping Jack Sanford for a pair of two-run shots at San Francisco. Dave Hillman was the winner, although Don Elston had to get the final out. Felipe Alou homered for San Francisco's runs in the second inning. Thomas got his left foot caught in an elevator door March 24. He was returned to the hospital from the BU infirmary by Dr. Chester Howe for the graft intended to hasten the recovery. Spring Practice LAWRENCE (AP) -Spring football practice opened at the University of Kansas yesterday with 68 players on hand. Eighteen squadmen are lettermen. 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Since the South Carolina Legislature acted last year, one pre. serve in Union County opened for business and another will this year in Pickens, The Union layout consists of 200 acres, planted in corn, lespedeza and a variety of sorghums to provide coyer and a final condemned bird's meal for pen-rained pheasants, cnukars and quail, Twin Bill Completes Baseball Tournament RICHMOND - A double-header this afternoon completed action in the Richmond Invitational High School baseball tournament. Action opened with a noon semifinal game between Richmond and Rantoul. Immediately following, the winner met Princeton for the crown. Princeton moved into the finals with a 4-3 win over Greeley, Tuesday. Dick Fishburn went t h e rout for the winners, while Steve Wheeler was tagged with the loss for Greeley. The birds are brought up in long ugh enclosures and are exercised daily so that they wKl fly as well as their unfettered cousins in the wilds. The hunting area is stocked from the pens before each hunt. DORS are provided, and a gunner with half an eye can be pretty sure he'll get to shoot about as many birds as he can pay for. The price may be out of reach of some bankrolls—a $15.00 minimum with pheasants going at $4.50 each, quail at $2.50, and chukars at $3.50 each. Flights of mallards are also brought into a! small lake at $4.50 a duck. While the expense may be ai drawback, preserve shooting has these obvious advantages. 1. A hunter can be certain that he won't return home after walking for miles without seeing game. 2. A busy man can get in about as much shooting on a preserve in two hours as he is likely to see all day in the wilds. 8. Hunters have the opportunity of shooting game that is not native to their areas. Small Engine Headquarters for Brlggs & Stratton — Power Products — Wisconsin — Clinton — Kohler — Lauson Sales and Service. Bring us all your troubles . . . 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