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If • ' ' ' ' ' If " M -' 'AWA HERALD April 35, 1959 Fishing In State (APf - River tlshiftg in Kansas fs on a slump this week ible exception, «3ttfeme South lng excellent ... softies. The .. and streams are only fair to poor the Kansas lForestry> Pish, and Game Commission reported today. The situation by areas: Northeast: 'Atchison County Lake-Fair for Channels and bullheads. BrowtTCounty State Lake—Fair terOtfaeik bass, crappie, channels and blue gills. Mission Lake—Poor, taking few bQIIheads. Nemaha- County State Lake- Fair for channels, bullheads and carp. Sabetha City Lake-Fair for black bass, crappie, channels and bullheads. Herington City Lake—Fair for black bass, crappie, channels and bullheads. Council Grove City Lake—Poor, taking a few channels. Marais des Cygnes Water FowJ Refuge Lakes-Ail three units fair fishing, taking black bass, crappie, bullheads and blue gills. Best bait are worms end plastic worms. Lone Star Lake—Fair for black bass, crappie and drum. Leaven worth County State Lake —Fair for black bass, crappie and drum. Miami County State Lake—Good for black bass, crappie and bullheads. Paola City Lake — Olathe City Lake and Gardner City Lake, all fair fishing for black bass, crappie, channels and billheads. MILE RELAY SQUAD WORKS OUT —• Ottawa High School's mile relay team demonstrates the baton handoff the Cyclones will tine today In the Baker Relays at Baldwin. They are (from right) Ralph Gage, Allen Glenn, Larry Cyre and Leroy Mar:In, the team that placed second In tho Plttsburg Relays, Coach Orll t Cox took about 20 boys to the Baker Relays. (Photos by Lloyd Ballhagcn) i ^ Southeast s Woodson County State Lake- Fair to good, taking black bass up to 4'/4 pounds, also crappio and blue gill at the enclosed fishing dock. Neosho County State Lake- Poor, water high and turbid. Southeast Kansas strip plls- crappie, Good for black bass, channels and bullheads. Montgomery County State Lako —Fair, taking black bass up to 4% pounds, crappie to 11 inches, and bullheads. Fall River Reservoir — Good, water normal and clear, white bass to 4 pounds, black bass to 3 pounds, channels up to 12 pounds, flathead up to 35 crappie, all sizes. pounds and Eureka City Lake — Good for crappie. Yates Center City Reservoir- Fair for crappie and drum. Lake Bluestem and Lake £1 Dorado—Fair for black bass, crappie, channels and bullheads. Santa Fe Lake—Poor, taking a few bullheads. Butler County State Lake—Fair for nearly all species. Wilson County State Lake—Fair for black bass, crappie, channels and bullheads. Garnett City Lake — Fair for black bass, heads. crappie and bull- Cowley County State Lake—Fair and improving, taking black bass, crappie, channels, bullheads and blue gill. A's Smash Detroit, Indians Take Fourth By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports Writer Home runs or singles, they're all the same to Cleveland as the surprising Indians pad their lead n the American League race. Their homer spree was ended by Chicago Friday night — after the Tribe had belted ifl in eight consecutive games — but the Indians won their fourth in a row anyway, coming from behind for a 6-4 decision in their first run- n with the White Sox this season. That gave Cleveland, beaten only once in 11 starts, a SVicgame lead over New York's idle second place Yankees. It also dropped the White Sox 'our games behind in a third-place lie with Boston and idle Baltimore, The Red Sox moved up with 7-2 victory at Washington. Kan sas City smashed Detroit 10-1, the Tigers' I0th defeat in 11 games. The Indians, nnings, but allowed just one hit— with a wild Herb Score going only three innings, trailed 4-1 until the seventh inning while getting just two hits off 5ox starter Dick Donovan. Singles jy Minnie Minoso, Russ Nixon and pinch hitter Tito Francona, who drove in a pair with two out, tied it in a three-run seventh. Then Vic Power's infield hit, an error, intentional walk and a passed ball broke the tie in a two- run eighth capped by Woody Held's sacrifice fly. Gerry Stalcy (1-1) was the loser in relief. Humberlo Robinson late of the Milwaukee Braves won in his first AL appearance with two innings of one-hit, shut out relief for the Tribe. The White Sox scored two in the first inning when Score walket the first four men he faced anc Ray Boone hit a sacrifice fly Score walked seven in his three A CASTER-WHEEL MOWER EASY-ON, EASY-OFF JOHN DEIRE NO. 8 FEATURES HIGH-CAPACITY ?* ck » e str ° k , e Here's the caster-wheel mower that's setting new highs in mowing efficiency—the John Deere No. 8. Combining the the rugged strength and clean design of the famous John Deere No. 5 with a remarkably high cutting capacity, the No. 8 mows more acres per day! 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He dou- led homo two in the first icn counted three in the third Ith his second home run in two ays. Jackie Jensen also horn ed in the five-run third, with oth shots off left-handed rookie ack Kra'.ick, The Nats managed just six hits ff Iko Delock (2-Q), who went all he way for his eighth consccu ve victory over the Senators Husky Craig, Two Seniors Pace OU Over Washburn C. Beckner Moves To Bowling First C. Beckner moved into first place in the singles in the only change in leaders in the Ottawa Men's City Bowling Tournament. Beckner rolled a 698 to take the lead from D. Richeson, who »» ,„ om ,., u- . has a 667. J. Snider and L. ince May 12, 1957. Washington Iackst6ne are tied for third with cored on Bob Lemons third - omer, a two-run. 420-foot blast the fourth inning. Bob Cerv drove in four runs or the A's with three hits in four rips, Ralph Terry gained his rst victory and complete game ith an eight-hitter, blanking the igers after Gail Harris' RBI tri- le in the first inning. * * * riathews Bats To Brave Victory After that startling slump in ast fall's World Series, Eddie 'lathews Is back doing what omes naturally — hammering flaack and Bob Knight to pace lie Ottawa University Braves to a 2 5/12 to 58 7./12 dual track win ver the Washburn Ichabods at rtoore Bowl Friday. Craig, a 26-year old sophomore ncorked a 155-5 throw to win he discus and crack the school .3cord of 149-2V2 which he set hree weeks ago. The previous ecord was set by Dick Schwartz ast year. Maack won the 100 and the 220, n the fast clockings of his career 55 apiece. Lee's Cafe moved into fifth in he teams' section with 2,972. rown's Hardware is still on top ith 3,064, followed by Beet's ith 2,909. « D. Brown-G. Domnanish took ver second in the doubles with 212. A. Dodd-C. Dodd moved nto fourth, having 1,208 and C. ilount-O. Norman had 1,205 good or fifth. Del. Heckman-C. Robe re still leading with 1,240. .ome runs. Malhews was, perhaps, the Mil- vaukee Braves' biggest disap pointment as they blew a 3-1 lead n games and lost the work hampionship to the New York Yankees last October, The strong- armed third baseman, who had lit 31 home runs during the reg- ilar season, managed just two doubles and two singles in 25 at bats for a .160 average and set a scries record by striking out 11 imes. If there was any suspicion tha he series slump would leave i mark, Mathews has clubbed i away. At the moment he shareb he National League home run ead, swatting his fifth and sixtl Friday night with No. 6 a grand slam that carried the first plac Braves to a 10-7 victory at Cin cinnati. Mathews 1 slam, his fifth In th majors, not only gave him a ti with Los Angeles' Don Demete for the homer lead, but also re tained Milwaukee's half - gam edge over the second-place Dodg ers, who won 3-2 in 10 innings St. Louis. Third-place San Fran cisco stayed close, one game bac with a 4-3, 11-inning decision over the Chicago Cubs. Pittsburgh rallied for four ninth inning runs and an 8-5 victory at Philadelphia. Mathews' first of five RBI came when he and Joe Adcock homered in a two-run fourth inning, bringing the Braves from behind and chasing winless Don Newcombe to a third defeat. Roy McMillan, Frank Thomas and Gus Bell, who hit two, homered for the Reds, who trailed 6-5 before Mathews slammed in the eighth off rookie Jim O'Toole. Young Joey Jay won his first, -with Don McMahon's relief help, after giving up five hits and walking seven in his 6 2-3 innings. The Dodgers twice missed the winning run before Duke Snider got it home with a two-out, pinch single in the 10th. John Roseboro, after breaking a 1-1 tie with a double, missed third base while running for home on Ron Fairly's single in the seventh. And just ahead of Snider's clincher, two walks and a single by Charlie Neal had failed to get a run when Gino Cimoli's peg from center nailed Fairly at the plate. Johnny Podres (2-1), who gave way for Snider, won it with Clem Labine's 1-2-3 mop up in the 10th. Rookie Howie Nunn (0-1) lost it in relief for the Cards, who tied it 2-all on Gene Green's home run in the ninth. The Pirates, who counted twice in Dick Stuart's first inning home [,run, blew a 4-0 lead before Smoky 1-Handed Jordan Eying Basilio Now ST. LOUIS (AP)-World welter weight champion Don Jordan, who ne-handedly retained his title Fri day night, is on the prowl for match with abdicated welter king Carmen Basilio. "I'm looking towards a nonlitli June bout, probably in Madison Square Garden," said Jordan aft r his comparatively easy con quest of Virgil Akins despite a damaged right hand. "But I like the big gate and Basilio could really bring the big gate," added the 24-year-old box ng dandy from Los Angeles. Basilio is playing ring-arounc the-rosy with Sugar Ray Robinson, who divested him of the middleweight title last year and has been avoiding him ever since. In the war of nerves, Basilio cou'.d give up on Robinson and try for a fat pay check in a re turn to the welter ranks. Everything important In Friday night's fight before 8,428 in Kiel Auditorium happened in the second round. TOPEKA earned up Husky Al with seniors CraiK Dick The Wichita senior easily eclipsed Ottawa took seven first spots In .he osntury field in 9.9. He edged Lewis of Washburn in the final 20 yeards of the 220 to win in : 21.fi, establishing a new meet record. Knight loafed to a -.50.2 victory in the 440. He stepped off the 220- yard low hurdles in :24.8. The tightest race of the day found Washburn's Burrell Landes edging Ottawa's Fred Pratt at the tape in the 880. Landes held a big lead for most of the race, than stood off Pratl's stretch drive to win in 2:04.8. ill. The Ichabods were hampered when Jerry Brown, distance ace, was unable to compete due to illness. OU Braves Downed, 7-2, In Tennis Matches Here College of Emporia's Presbies ook a 7-2 tennis win from the Ot- awa Braves yesterday at the Forest Park Courts. Ottawa's dangerous duo, Vince Driski and Bill Zell continued to be invinsible in singles, winning over Dave Muck and Steve Hig;ins respectively. Driski and Zell are undefeated this year. Higgins and Muck teamed up to hand Driski and Zell their first doubles loss of the year. Ottawa now has a 0-3 tennis record. Tho next action for the Braves will be Monday at Central Missouri State. The results: Bill Zell, 0 over Steve Higgins, E; 6-1, 6-2. Vince Driski, 0 over Dave Muck, E; 1-6, 7-5, 6-3. Maurice Higgins, E over Ken ton Pattie, 0, 6-2 6-1. Kent Ober, E over Som Hongla- doram, E, 6-2, 6-1. Harold Picket t, E over Warren DeHaan, 0, G-2, 6-1. Larry Thomas, E over Larry George, 0, 6-3, 7-5. DOUBLES: M. Higgins-Muck, E over Zell Driski, 0, 5-7, 6-4, 7-5. S. Higgins-Ober, E over Paltie Hongladoram, E, 6-0,6-3. Picket-Thompson, E over Princeton Nails Greeley Wildcats GREELEY — Princeton's Dick Fishburn fashioned a neat two hitter to shutout the Greeley Wildcats 2-0 in a high school base- iall game yesterday. Greeley picked up both hits in he first inning. A unique double)lay cut off a Wildcat, scoring bid n the initial inning. From then on, the 6-2 Fishburn was master of the situation. Princeton scored its runs in the ifth on a double by Fishburn, single by Gerald Holmes, a wall; and an error. In all, Princeton had .hree hits off loser Maurice Set De Haan-George, 0, 6-2, 6-0. er. 3 0 Princeton — 000 020 0—2 Greeley — 000 000 0—0 2 4 Battries: Fishburn and Hull Setter and Lickteigh, w—Fish burn; 1—Setter. 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Lawrence covered the coum 341 strokes, followed by Ott- with 350 and Leavenworth with 351. Highland Park had 382 and Atchison racked up 416. Carlson, Lawrence was medal- ist with a 79. Fred Gollier shot an'84, followed.by Jim Corlis with an 85 for Ottawa. Mike Latimer shot an 86 and Jeeper Deputy had a 95. Lawrence is leading the league in awa Ottawa's Morgan Williams took he mile in 4:44.5. Glassburner, Washburn, won the 2-mile, followed by Jim Smith, OU, and Williams, third. Bob Denson turned in the best jerformanoe of the day for Wash- iurn, throwing the javelin 201-2. Frosh Dave Lambertson took second for OU with a 184-9 throw. Ottawa now has a 3-0 dual record for the year. The results: 120-yard high hurdles: 1. Anderson, W; 2. Copeland, 0; 3. Brown, 0, :15.4. 100-yard dash: 1. Maack, O; 2. Lewis, W; 3. Garrison, O, :U.9. Mile run: 1. Williams O; S. Glassburner, W; 3. Nacsa, O,'4:44.5. Two mile: 1. Glaasburner, W; 2. Smith O; 3. Williams, O, 10:62.6. 440-yard dash: 1. Knight, O; Nyfeler, W 3. WalUer, O; :B0.2. 220-yard low hurdles. 1. Knllght 0: 2. Copeland, O; 3. Anderson, W; :24.8. L; 2. Copcland, 0 3. Anderson, W; :24.S. 880-yaid run: 1. Landcs, Wj 2, Pratt, O; 3. Shank, O; 2:04.8. Mile relsiy: 1. Washburn (Fisher, Quick, Lewis, Nyfeler), 3.38.8. Pole vault: 1. P'ope, 0; 2. McAnlnch; 0; 3. Nlder, Schmidt Rogers, W. 12- H. Hlch Jump: 1. James, W; 2 Blnges- ser, Wj 3. Nyfeler; W; Fox, Anderson, 0: 8. Broad jump: 1. Blngescer. W; 2. Garrison. O; 3. Afiklns. W: 21-11H. Shot put: 1. Slacoe, O; 2. Barngrover, W; 3. Craig, O, 48-3. Discus: 1. Craig O; 2. Gangwlsh, 0; 3. Lazrus. W. 155-5. (betters school murk or M9-2V4. by Craig, April 7) Javelin: 1. Denson. W, 2. Lambertson, O; 3. Adklns, W; 201-2. with six points. Ottawa holds second with 8%, followed by Leavenworth, Highland Park and Atchison. Ottawa has one meet left at Highland Park next Friday. The district meet will be May S at Independence. CRUSHED STONE AG. 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