The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 22, 1959 · Page 3
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Detroit Fans After 7 Losses Have Had It DETROIT (AP) - The Detroit Tigers have had their warning— their fans are fed up. Seven losses in eight games are costing the owners money and will cost them much more unless the club can pull out fast from the early tailspin. There were 12.935 spectators on hand Tuesday night as Cleveland walloped Detroit 14-1. Many of them booed manager Bill Norman and starting pitcher Paul Poytack when the Indians routed the Tiger right-hander in the first inning. Norman got the treatment in the seventh when he replaced George Susce, and again in the ninth when the Indians routed Hank Aguirre. When the public address man announced that the brand new Tiger yearbooks are on sale, the hooting of the fans practically drowned out his voice. The crowd booed ex-Tiger Billy Martin, too, but the fiery little second baseman had the last laugh. One spectator near the Cleveland dugout shouted to Mar tin "You're'lousy, Martin. You're not hitting." Martin replied: "It's a good thing I'm not. It' embarrassing enough with all these other guys hitting." This was a belligerent crowd and the attendance — which dropped more than 173,000 last season—is apt to show an even sharper decline. The Tigers' faltering starts are fast becoming a baseball legend Only one first division finish ir eight seasons has the fans moan ing and there is evidence they are •going to be a lot slower with the dollar at the box office unless the do something except say 'til next year." Young Fielder Keeps Dodgers On Spree By ED W1LKS Associated Press Sports Writer Don Demeter. a kid who has )een a long time coming, and Art Bowler, an old guy trying to come jack, have the long lost Los Angeles Dodgers siltin' pretty in the National League. Demeter, at 23 a lean and lanky outfielder who was signed as a favor to two other kids, ripped his ;hird two-run homer of the game n the llth inning Tuesday night at the Coliseum for a 9-7 victory over the San Francisco Giants, bowler, at 36 returning to the majors after being cut loose by the Eleds two years ago,-collected his second relief victory with the blast. That gave the Dodgers « four- game winning streak, and kept them injsecond place, within .133 percentage points of first place Milwaukee. The Braves stayed on top by whipping Cincinnati 7-4 as Warren All the Dodger runs came on homers. Don Zimmer's first of the season was a two-on .shot in a r ive-run third that got rolling on Demeter's inside-the-park homer. Felipe Alou and Jackie Brandt tiomered for the Giants, who tied it 7-all with four runs in the fifth. Demeter's payoff, homer came off reliever Al Worthington (1-1), who allowed only two hits in his 4 1-3 innings as the fourth Giant pitcher. Fowler, dumped by Cincinnati in 1957, relieved starter Stan Williams in the San Francisco fifth. He gave up two hits and the tying run, then blanked San Francisco the rest of the way. The stubby right-hander has worked 18 1-3 relief innings in five games for the Dodgers. His strikeout total of 18 is second only to teammate Don Drysdale's 25. Spahn won his second. Hob- Baseball Scores NATIONAL w. i,, ret. CIB Milwaukee ' 5 1 .S3;l l.os AftRtttci 7 3 .TOO CnlcM° 5 4 .MA p, frnncimio .,» 0 .MS I v, Cincinnati ^ < ,«oo j Philadelphia 3 3 SIM 2 St. I R .500 ,1 1 A .1(17 4 Top Golf Pros To Las Vegas LAS VEGAS, Nev. (*V-Twenty-six professionals, each the winner of one or more ma'or golf titles the past year, were on the scene today for the $40,000 Tournament of Champions, Play of the Desert Inn Country Club course, a par S8-3&—72 test, starts Thursday. The 7,000-plus- yard layout has been toughened up since the 1058 event. The tourney winds up Sunday, with the nation getting a peep via NBC television. It took a PGA Open Tournament ^ lllmore * * • victory to qualify for this one, 1 ' "" " with its $10,000 top money, ant) Gene Littler of San Diego, rates the betting favorite in this gambling-legal resort. Littler's popularity h based not so much on his 1059 tournamenl wins in the Phoenix and Tucson, Ariz., opens, as the fact that he has won the Las Vegas affair three of the six times it has been played. Littler Is quoted at 5-1 for this T.XIS Annolm 0, a*n Krnticlnco 7 CH liv nln*tt. Milwaukee r. Clnclnnnll 4. Chicago 1, St. l,o»ls n, (Only Rnnipx xcheiluled) \\Xlnrkdiiy unmr* Mllwmikra at t'hilnrtoltihln CM. San VrnncM.ico at t.os Angeles (N). St. Lnttlft at ChlciiRo. Cincinnati at Piltnliiirirlt (N), AMKIUCAN I.KA<n'1? W. L. Prt. OB Cleveland 7 1 ,R7» N«-w York (I 8 .(W.I 7 ISM 2"; .(MM JVi 4 4 .Ann n « ',ui .lii 7 1Z6 « Spider Webb To Fight Rivers CHICAGO (AP)-Spider Webb, climbing to the No. 3 middleweight ranking after scoring three straight knockout victories, aims for another impressive showing tonight against durable Neat Rivers. Itivers, 25, has n sharp left, hook nnd a record of 27 knockouts in winning 45 of 56 starts. The Lns Vcgns, Nov., battler never hns been knocked out, but he has boon stopped twice because of cuts. The lo round bout in Chicago Stadium will be televised (ABC, p. m. CST) and scored under the five point must system. Webb, 27, has plenty of power and a newly-found tigerish spirit. in his last fight, Feb. 26, he knyoed Bobby Boyd In the firsf round after Boyd stung him with several long rights. Additional Sports on page 6. The OTTAWA HERALD « Vednesday, April 22, 18M 9< Washington Detroit . . Cl«v«lnnrt 14. Detroit t, New York 11, W.uhlnRtnn 4. Kanam City 8, rhfongo .1. "Baltimore IV T3o«lon 2. Cleveland nl Detroit. Nrw Y<ivk nl Wn»hiPKton (Nl. Chlnnpo nl K.in*n« City (N). Baltimore at Bi.Mon. Hobble <M> who w 1 be 23 next one , ^ ™Vob S e veYs Tre Friday, retired the first 20 men ided betweeny Art w „ Jf f he faced then gave up a double , ocono Manor> p flnd Ar ' nold to Stan Muwal with two out in the ., almer of Latrob Pa t ^ nghl ;! Wall, the new Masters chain! " fowling Lead f han«?s Hands The top pl.ces St. Ix>uls H> with a one-hitter after 2 fiv * tournamen' 'nslcs nml tcnm 6 2-3 innings of perfect pitching in the only other game scheduled in the NL. Demeter, signed in '53 because the Dodgers were interested in two of his Oklahoma City high school buddies who insisted he be signed, too, has shown promise of power but hasn't been much of a percentage hitter (1.89 last year). Now, after a build-up diet of vitamins and cod liver oil, Demeter leads the majors with six home runs, shares the RBI lead at 14 with the Giants' Orlando Cepeda and Baltimore's Gus Triandos, and is second among NL hitters with a .412 average <14-for-34). to the mound for the final out. The Cubs scored on singles by Walt Moryn and Sammy Taylor that sandwiched a walk and infield out in the second inning. Rookie Gary Blaylock, making his first big league start, went all the way for the Cards. Hank Aaron, who leads the NL with a .567 average, smacked a single, double and triple for the Braves, who handed Bob Purkey (2-1) his first defeat. Vade Pinson drove in all of the Reds' runs off Spahn. It was Spahnie's 248th major league victory, his 51st over the Reds. in I h o division of triumphs in the past 12 month.' -o Ottawa Men's bowling tour- In addition, the artistic ex-Duke imcnl changed hands last night. collegian mastered this course in winning the 1954 ten grand. Don Black Dies At 40 AKRON, Ohio (AP)-Death has come to Don Black, the baseball pitcher who made more than one uphill fight in his comparatively short life. He was 40. He was watching his old team, the Cleveland Indians, on television Tuesday night when he collapsed. Taken to St. Thomas Hospital, he was pronounced dead. Bundy Insurance moved into first in the team's division with 2,994, Sunrise Dairy took over second wilh a 2,!J77. Waymire's Market is third with 2,894, follow ed by Tnysteo Bread, 2,887 and People's National Bank, 2,874. J. Snider slipped into first in the singles with a (155, while D, Cheney moved into second with a 651. Others are, K. Ferguson, C45, D. Boyska, 632 and L. Chandler, 631. The only change In doubles found R. •Shofner-.l. Todd moving into fifth with 1,172. Sec the Gold Star Gas Range at Wards Appliance Dcpt CHATEAU GRASS SEED 6 Lb. Package $2.00 Plant Now JOHN G. KAISER Drug Store Masonic Bldg. * WEEK - END SPECIAL * PYRACANTHA (Firethorn) This is the hardiest of Firethorn's and th", Twit for this area, Vincent's Hardy Strain. Grown in one gallon size Plantainers. Clusters of bright orange-red berries bejewel this lovely shrub in the fall and persist through most of the winter. Fine green foliage that turns bronzy-red after frost. Plant in its permanent location, preferably in a sunny spot (although it will thrive in part shade). Special price good Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 23, 24, 25, 1959 only — Regularly $2.00 each. lill'T CEKTIMCATKS iiro always In order you need n gifl for homo Kimloncr, Wonder- I fill for bli-Uidays, mini- \ vorsnrloH, special occasions, or just, for friend- | ship. Redeemable at. any | time at our Garden Con- Look in at our Garden Center for the very best in Evergreens, Shade and Ornamental Trees, Potted Roses, Spring Bulbs, Shrubs, Vines, Flower and Vegetable Seed, Yard and Garden Plants, Garden Chemicals. 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