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;i;v VIM Runners r Mat School BALDWIN r* The mile relay team fotaf the school mark to highlight the Ottawa High School Cyclone'^ fi^vcnth -Mace finish at-the annual Baker Relays. The relay team took third with a 3:32.0 timing, better' (Han the 3:&6 mark set In 1938. The record - breaking team was com- poffcd of Allen Glenn, Ralph Gage. Lettoy Martin and Larry Gyre. The old record was held by Payton Starks, Art Day, Willie Rathjen and .Quiricy Seymour. In all* the Cyclones scored nine points to be seventh in the AA field. Roger Schmanke tied for first in ffie pole vault clearing 11-10. The iptiut medley relay team, composed «f Schmanke, Thorpe Nolan, Martin and Bob Lewis took fifth. The Med.ey relay t e a #i, Schmanke, Ronnie Reusch, Gage and Sonny Larios, was fifth. Texas Athletes May Loom Large DBS MOINES (AP)--Keep your eye on athletes from the stale of Texas in the national NCAA and AAU meets this summer. Arid you might as well add the 1959 Pan American Games in Chicago and 1960 Olympics in Bqftie- , ,They figured strongly In rewriting 13 Drake Relays records over the Weekend — coating the biggest revision of the meet's books in 50 years. the University of toxns won three relay events, setting records in two of thsm, 1:23.9 in the half mile and 3:11.3 in the mile. Eddy Southern's anchor man Work was the big factor. East Texas State dominated the cbllege division with record per f6rmarices of 1:254 in the 880 and :4l.l in the 440. Sid Gart6n was the mainspring. One of six individual marks hoisted was a 6-9 high jump by .T.unior W. L. (Dub) Thornton of Texas T-soh. Other records included : Special AAU 440—Glenn Davis by four yards over Purdue fresh man Dave Mills in :46-5. Pole vault—Jim Graham, Okla- home State, 15V4I Javelin—Bill Alley, Kansas, 2.i3-5; shot put- Mike Lindsay, ••OHJahpma, 57-7^; invitational ifillMDyrol Burloson Oregon freshman, 4:06.7. .Wind which prevented records on straightaway events kept Hayes Jones of Eastern Michigan from making official marks. He won the 100-yard dash in .-09.5 and the 120-yard high hurdles in :13.7—becoming the first winner of loll' of thise races in Drake Relays history. Jones, 20-jiear-old junidr and na^ tlbnal AAU High hurdlfe champ'ioft was voted the outstanding athlete of the meet by sports writers. MANY, MANY COINS, Aays Mike Souchak of GroMtagen, N. Y., M he dive* Into dome of tlic 10,000 silver dollar* lie won at Liw Vcg as, Nev., as first prlws In the golf tournament of Oharripioris, JOHNSON SEA HORSE FOR 1959 MAIOTT$ JAYHAWK BOATS S Main—Parts & Service. KC Athletics Pass Yanks, Move Into Fourth Place Hope For Clues j In Derby Trials tOtnsVILiE, Ky. (.APT - The unt continues for a sure • fire avorite In Saturday's wide-op^n K^tuclcy Derby at Church in Downs. But the Derby Trial Tues- ay with a probable field of 18 hould provide some clues. Eighteen trafnerg indicate they want one tact look «t ttteir colts n the on*-mile derby trial. How hey do in the trial may determine nether they go to the post tor the 5th running of the derby. The trial will include some of e more respected three-year-olds n America. And should 16 start, he race probably would be bro- en tip into two divisions — for the first time in its history. First Landing, the two-year-old hamp, heads thd probable start- rs hi the trial. Also included are )unce, second to Tomy Lee In the Blue Grass Stakes; Troilus, Flamingo winner; Our Dad, third In the Wood Memorial but showing a tfwefful drive in the stfetch, arid Jan Anita Derby winner Finnegan. M&nk's Hood and Royal Orbit, ecohd arid third in the 1 Santa Derby, also are contenders. Sword Dancer, fresh from Saturday's stepping Stone Purse vie- ory; Blue Grass champ Tomy jee; Atoll arid Quantreli probably will wait out the week without 'ompetiHdn before g"6ing in (he derby. But Florida Derby winner Easy Spur is a question mark, as is Calumet Farm's On-and-On and C. W. Whitney's filly Silver Spoon. Easy Spur, second to Sword Jancer Saturday, came 1 up lame n his right front ankle Sunday. On-and-On, seeking an unprecedented third straight derby vic- 6ry for Calumet; remains a very doubtful starter after finishing ourth in the Stepping Stone, trainer Jimmy Jones said a back ailment may have recurred. Silver Spoon, undefeated before coming in third behind Sword )ancer and Easy Spur Saturday, has not been committed to the derby or the Kentucky Oaks, the so-called derby for filfies. By JOE REICHLEU Associated Prc*s sports Writer The Baltimore Orioles, their chests expanded by four straight iriumphs over the New York Yankees, arc only a game out of first )laco today and Manager Paul Richards can give thanks to his prized pinch hitters. Fbur of Richards' emergency aatters came through Sunday to help the Orioles sweep a doubleheader from the Yankees 8-4 and 8-2. The two defeats dropped Casey Stengel's world champs into the second division for the frist time in four years. In 14 games this year Baltimore pinch hitters have contributed 15 hits in 35 official times at bat. That's a v .429 batting average. It's riot surprising th'eh that the Orioles haVe won nine arid lost only five. The Chicago White Sox stunned Cleveland twice, 6-5 and 5-2, trimming the Indians' first place margin to only one game. Veterans Early Wynn and Bi.ly Pierce were Ihe winning pitchers as the White Sox remained in a second place tie with the Orioles. Kansas City moved past New York into fourth place with a 4-3 triumph over Detroit's Tigers, who dropped their sixth in a row arid their 12th in 13 games. Washington made it two in a row over Boston, winning 2-1 on homers by Roy Sivers arid Jirn Lemon. 'rom first place in the. National League, outscoring the Braves 11- JO, as Los Angeles took over the ;op rung with a 1^-1 i victory over St. Louis. San Francisco's Giants climbed into a virtual second place tic with Milwaukee, shading he Chicago Cubs 3-2. Pittsburgh split with Philadephia, the Pirates winning the opener 9-2 and Philadelphia taking the second, io-b. Ninth inning rallies were responsible for both Baltimore victories over New York, Trailing 4-3, the Orioles scored twice in the ninth of the opener. Gene Wpodling singled and Chico Carrasqiiel walked. Pinch hitter Jim Finigari's single scored Woodling with the tying run. Brooks Robinson's single scored Finigan with the winning run. can play MUSIC ... WITHOUT LESSONS Cincinnati bounced Milwaukee Pierce helped their own cause against Cleveland with importan base hits. Wynn doubled home tw of his team's six runs in the fiftl nning. of the opener arid they >roved to be the decisive tallies le needed help, however, from Gerry Staley, who hurled four run ess innings. Pierce allowed the Indians eight hits in the nightca and got three himself, a triple double and single. He drove in Lwo runs. Bob Cerv- clouted his * secon three-run homer in two days, t give Kansas City's Bob Grim hi Third victory against one defeat. The Tigers collected 16 hits but left 15 on base. Bill Fischer won his first game" for Washington. The only run he allowed was unearned. It came in the ninth after he had extended his shutout streak to 16 innings. Whitey Ford, who had taken over in the ninth to protect a one- run lead for the Yankees, was the victim of the assault. Baltimore scored its three other runs in the seventh as singles by pinch hitters Whitey Lockman and Al Pilarcik set up the scores, the two teams set a major league record by using ten pinch hitters. Hoyt Wilheim perrintted the Yankees only five hits in the nightcap, outpitching Duke Maas. Robinson's leadoff double in the ninth, followed by an infield out and Billy Klaus' sacrifice fly, gave the veteran knuckleball artist his second triumph without a defeat; Catcher Gus Triandos was charged with four passed, balls, equalling a league mark, trying to handle Wilheim's butterfly pitch. Chicago pitchers. Wynn and By BEN OLAN 61 bi«*bair* dramatic plajri f« the steal, r attempted steal, of home. Vic Power of Cleveland did ft Urice in one game last year. titn'i c punier inrolring an at. tempted tiea) of home. You're «n if yon can eome np with the answer In thi; simulated «ito- allow. Thi> Milwaukee Brave* have Ed Mathewi oii third bate and on* out against Pftlibargh. Hank Aaron it die batter, facing Bob Friend. On A* dm pitch to Aaron. Matbews *re*k* Ut fctf«W on an attempted Meal. Aaron "taker the pitch But ieeini that Mathewi !i I cinch to be *ut at the plate, Hank intentionally ieti in the way of catcher Bank rottei. Matnewt lately crones the plate at Foilei' View ii blocked by Aaron. San Roman! Steps In New Record Do yon think that! •. Mathewf ahonld be ont with Aaron atlll batting? b. Aaron ahonld be called ont with Nathewa retnrninf to third baac? «• Both Mathewa and Aaron ahonld be out? •»|B/rf Dodgers Take Over Top Spot By JOE REICHLER AflRvctatetf Pi OB Sporti wrllcr Baseball Scores NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. I.o« Angel ............... 2 5 '£2 Milwaukee .............. J J •«» Snn Francisco ........... % « .600 Cincinnati i ............. J « -B38 IV, Chlcogo ..... ., .......... -BOO Philadelphia . Now all bench-warming Duke SflKTeT Iras tff 66 is give Los An-; geles n "play me or trade me" ultimatum and the Dodgers may make first place in the National League their permanent home. The Dodgers took over the top rung Sunday by defeating the St. Louis Cardinals in a football score, 17-11, while Cincinnati was edging the Milwaukee Braves in a pitchers' duel—14 of 'em—11-10. Charlie Neat had a perfect 5- for-5 and Gil Hodges drove in five runs but another pair of Dodgers —Carl Furillo and Don Zimmer— knocked in six between them. You may remember that Zimmer, thinking he was being sidetracked for the regular shortstop berth at the start of the season, asked the Dodgers to play him or trade him. His three-run homer Sunday featured a five - run third inning that routed starter Vinegar Bend Mizell. Only last week, Furillo, irked at being benched, made a similar demand. Returned to action Sunday, he whacked four hits and drove in three runs to assure rookie Gene Snyder of his first major league triumph. The veteran Snider, who has been the bell-cpw in past Dodger pennant drives, has been sitting on the bench with Don Demeter taking over his center field position. The San Francisco Giants climbed into a virtual tie with Milwaukee for second place, a half game behind the Dodgers, by defeating the ,Chicago Cubs, 3-2 uf mo »uo «o •unt 9 pm .tno oatt n»i ff<t* BALDWIN, Kas. (Af») - Archie Sari Roman! Jr. of Wichita East ran the half-mile in 1:M.4 Saturday to clip 7.2 seconds off the Baker Relays record in the high school divisions. tJivision team winners: Coffeyville in jiinior college, Topeka in Class AA'h'igh school; Haskell in Class A and Peabody in Class B. Ron Carter of Coffeyville set a junior college meet mark with a heave of 46-10& in the shot put. Kansas Drivers Now Itota Farm Mutual It A Ivtfar Buy than Evtr! CALL Ml TODAY Qulncy Seymour ^ Dial OH 2-3187 Meet Mules In Tennis, Golf Should the weatherman smile, the Ottawa University golf and tennis squads .will meet Central Missouri State in dual riiatches at Warrensburg, today. The golf squad will take a five- win, one-loss and two-tie record into the match against the Mules. The OU squad has an 0-3 record for the season. •TATE FARM MUTUAL Atfomobll* (Muranc* Company H«mt_ Offlcti lleonlnalM, Ullneti f OB I 1 ' V Wennltt Plttiburgh 9-8. Philadelphia MO. ws M&tfs IT, st. LOWS it. San Francisco 3 .Chicago 2. Cincinnati 11, HflwauKWf 10. >^ Tueniilay SeftedoM San Francisco at Philadelphia (N). St Ixiuls at Clncfnnatt (N). Chicago at Milwaukee (N). lOnly games scheduled) ilcveland A!rffi*ICAN LEAGUE w, L. p«. a* 1$ 4 -?M 9 0 .643 1 Kansa* City New York . Boston . ... Wnflrtngton . 7 8 « 7 6 .7 8 8. , > Monday O«W*« (No games scheduled} Tuesday Schedule New York at Chicago (N). Washington at Kansas Ctly (N). Boston at Cleveland (N). Baltimore at Detroit (N). Sunday Result*. Chicago fi-S. Cleveland 5-2. Baltimore 5-3, New Tor* 4-J. Kansas Clly 4 Detroit 3. Washington 2, BosWn. S. ning the opener 9-2 arid th* Phil* taking the second' 10-5. Pittsburgh and Philadelphia split a doubleheader, the Pirates win- Three Firsts In Stock Car Races Bud Hutch picked up t h r e e firsts in races sponsored by the Ottawa Stock Car Association, Saturday night. Hutch won the modified trophy dash, modified heat and modified feature. Other winners wife 1 , Mel- viri Miller, stock trophy; Roy Gregg, slow stock heat; Stan Crook, fast stock heat and Hoirter Smith, stock feature. Insurance On Everything Porter-Spears AGENCY Tom Porter — Phone CH 2-3007 — George Spears "Bl»(ld»r Weakness" (Get- ,.ti or Bed W.ttUw,, too ftS- gu«bt. burnlnk or ltcWn« nrWtion), Secondary Bichicbt and Nerrousnej*. or Btrpnt Bmelllnt, Cloudi Drlne, du* to ut !r •** »**>« lrrll«lon™ or qulek . you improv*. 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