The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 17, 1959 · Page 3
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 3

Ottawa, Kansas
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Friday, April 17, 1959
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Carver's Junk Pitches Too Much For White Sox By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports Writer At 33, Ned Carver is perhaps the American League's No. 1 junkman, dealing in soft curves and brass. He makes the most of his nothing against the Chicago White Sox. The stubby right-hander has a 116-133 record in 11 seasons of pitching for second division clubs. The White Sox have been tagged for 24 of those victories, the most Carver has taken from any club. He got the latest Thursday, a five-hit shutout that included but one walk, as the Kansas City Athletics handed the White Sox a second straight defeat 6-0. The New York Yankees finally fell, losing 7-4 to Baltimore, which got its first victory. Washington whipped Boston 7-5. Cleveland and Detroit were idle. Carver gave up nothing but singles and breezed home for the first complete game by the A's staff this season. He was helped along by two-run homers from Frank House and Bob Cerv off Early Wynn (1-1). The .Orioles broke through against the Yankees with a four- run eighth inning capped by Billy Gardner's bases-1 o a d e d triple. Starter Art Ditmar was the loser, but it was Ryne Duren, the champs' fire-balling relief ace, who gave up a tying single by Gene Woodling ahead of Gardner's clincher. Billy O'Dell won it. Right-hander Pete Ramos beat the Red Sox although giving up WERE THE Baseball Scores AMKRRAN l.KAUUK W. U PcJ. C Cleveland t 0 1.000 New York 3 1 .780 1 Chicago 4 t Ml 1 Boston . 2 2 .800 ! Washington t 2 .500 ! KHnsns City S 3 .400 SVi Baltimore I 3 .280 .1 Detroit 0 8 ,000 4% By BEN OLAN There's little apparent reason for a defensive player to throw his glove or any part of his equipment »l a batted ball. It's usually a reflex action. What it the penalty for doing it? b. He ahonld fet two fatci? Here it • theoretical ease. How c* He U oat? would you call it? Gus Bell oi Cincinnati is the bat* ter, facing Robin Robert* of the Philliet. Bell leans into one of Roberts' fastball* and.drives it on • line into center field. Richie Ashborn, teeing be has no chance to make the catch, throws his glove at the ball. He misses it by inches as it rolls to the wall. Bell, however, falls down rounding second base and is tagged out in an ensuing rundown. Thursday Baltimore 7. New York 4. Kansas City 0, Chicago 0. Washington 7, Boston 5. (Only games «eheduled> Vriflny Onm<«» Kansas Clly nt Cleveland (N), New York at Boston. Detroit nt Chicago. Washington at Baltlmorn (N). NATIONAL LKAOUK W. L. Pot. CIB hfllwaiikee 4 0 1.000 Cincinnati 3 1 .750 1 Sun Francisco 4 2 ,BB7 1 Chicago 3 2 -800 U, Los Annelcs 3 2 -600 l'/t I'hllBdcliihla 1 2 .333 2Vi St. Louis 1 5 .167 4 Pittsburgh 0 C .000 4V4 Thursday nerulls Los Angeles 7, St. Louis fi. Milwaukee 7. Philadelphia 3. Chicago 11. San Francisco 3. (Only games scheduled) Friday r,amc« Pittsburgh at Milwaukee. Philadelphia «t Cincinnati (Nl. St. Loula at San Francisco (N). Chicago at Los Angeles (N). Lane Fights Busso Tonight LOS ANGELES (AP) — Light weight lit'.c contender Kenny Lane of Muskegon, Mich., is a slight favorite to whip Johnny Busso ol New York in their to-round fight tonight at Hollywood Legion Sta dium. The nationally televised (NBC scrap is scheduled to go on at 9 p.m. (CST). The winner may get another match for the title with champion Joe Brown. Lane lost a disputed decision t kown last July. He Is rated the o. 1 contender. Busso outpointed the champion ate last year, but, was bentcn in 16-round title match Feb. 11. Busso, rated fourth in one rank- ng, has sever fought Lane. The fight will be scored on the ,0-point per round system—10 to .he winner, nine or less to the oser of a round. Joe Massaglla Jr, of Santa Monica, Calif. The deadline for entries was midnight Wednesday, but the Speedway was accepting all postmarked before that time. A few more may yet be received. Time trials starling May 16 will cut the field to the 33 fastest cars for the 43rd running of the race. 57 Cars Entered For May 30 Race INDIANAPOLIS (AP) _ The field of the 500-mile race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway May 30 grew to 57 cars todny with an nouncoment of entries from Ray Crawford of Pasadena, Calif., am The OTTAWA HBRAtft Friday, April 17, 1958 TV's FOR Ren* BILL Do yon think that: •. Bell it automatically titled to three bases? •«fl •iuno» iou' o PUD »ao\9 IIMO.II/I taioq -Of p»iHtu» *f J»lt»q Ted Williams May Train In Florida 10 hits and weathering a three- run ninth. Rookie Bob Allison's first major league homer, a three- run swat, and Norm Zauchms second of the year gave the Nats a four-run fourth inning against loser Herb Moford. It was Reno Bertoia's two-run single in the eighth that put it away, however Relay Records Are In Danger LAWRENCE (AP) - Nearly a dozen meet records appear m danger at the 34th Kansas Relays opening today. The Kansas Jayhawks and the Texas Longhorns are top loaded In the baton races and with championship-capable Colorado, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Houston in the field the times should be low, given a dry track. Kansas, which won the sprint medley in 3:20.2 at the Texas Relays two weeks ago, is favored to unseat defending champion Oklahoma in that event today. The intercollegiate record of 3:18.8 is held by California. The Jayhawks also have the fastest time of the outdoor season in the 4-mile relay, 17.16.6, another event on today's card. Another Kansas star, Bill Alley from Short Hills, N. J., appears a cinch to smash the javelin record of 232-8 V4 feet set by Bruce Parker of Texas last year. His best throw is 270-1 %. The 10-man javelin field, an event on Saturday's program, will include three of the top 10 throwers in the nation. Parker is No. 2 with a throw of 245-9 and Buster at 228-10 3 /i. Other meet standards that could go include the two-mile run, high jump, pole vault, broad jump, hop-step-jump, and the decathlon. Phil Mulkey, former University of Wyoming and Memphis State athlete, is considered a cinch to win an unprecedented third title in the decathlon. He set the record here if 6.544 points. Howard Payne, Texas A & I and East Texas State have strong teams in the college division. BOSTON (AP) — Ted Williams may go to Florida to get into shape. The Boston Red Sox slugger has been given doctors' permission to begin light exercises in his recovery from a pinched nerve in his neck. However, he must continue to wear a cervical collar for another 10 days or two weeks, pending another examination. Jack Fadden, Sox trainer, suggested Thursday that Williams go to Florida where warmer weather "would loosen him up." Empty Coca-Cola CLEAR JUGS On Sale Each a Hundred 10c $5.00 JOHN G. KAISER Drug Store Masonic Bldg. 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