The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 28, 1959 · Page 1
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Ottawa, Kansas
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Th6 OTTAWA HERALD Tuesdny, April 28, 1W8 LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - The boom or bust Kentucky Der hopes of 16 three^year-olds go on the line today in tj»;J)erby Trial, others were scheduled, both in tho final tuneup before Saturday's $125,000-added classic. The top eight or ten perform ers; In the Trial, split Into two divisions for the first time, prob ably wi)J be among those going> derby. 1 But today's mile run is likely to convince owners of the lesser lights their" charges don't rate an appearance in the mile - and • a .quarter "JRun for th,e Ro?es" at Churchill'Downs Saturday, The d*rby picture remains wide open. Still to be accounted for are up to nine other possible starters now 1 in the barns at the historic track. The trial has a tempting East- West flavor. Finnegan, standard bearer of California, heads the field of eight in the first division at early odds of fi to 5. And First Landing, last year's two-year-old champ from the East, is an even- money favorite to win the second. Both will carry 122 pounds compared with Derby weight of 126. Each division is worth f!5,000-add- ed money. Two colts are expected to give Finnegan a real fight. Royal Orbit, another California contender, is rated a 7-2 choice with Jockey Bill Hartack riding. Chris Rogers will ride Bayard Sharp's Troilus, the Flamingo winner going off at early odds of 0-2, Finnegan, owned by Neil S. McCarthy, will have veteran Johnny Longden up. Eddie lArcaro, winner of five derbys, will ride Christopher Chenery's First Landing. T. Split With Mules In Tennis Matches WARRENSBURQ, Mo. - T h e Central Missouri State Mules and the < OU Braves battled to n 3-3 deadlock in a dual tennis match yesterday. Ottawa's lop two, Vince Driski and Bill Zell brought home singles wins and then teamed up to take a doubles victory. Ottawa has not won a match this year. Ottawa will close its schedule nex't Tuesday at Baker. The results: . Singles Bill Zoll, Q, over Dick Innes, W, 0-2, C-3. Vince Driski, 0, over P h 1 1 Summeral, W, 2-6, 9-7, 9-7. Bill Regis, W, over Jack Haughn, 0, 6-0, 6-0. Ramel, W, over Som Hongla- doram, 0, 6-3, 6-1. Doubles .. Zell • Driski, 0, over Innes-Regis, W, 6-0. 6-2. Summeral - Ramel, W, over Haughn-Hongladoram, 0, 6-1, 6-2. Baker Fraternity Team Wins, 7-2 The Delta Tau fraternity of Baker topped the Faden Clippers 7*2 in a town team baseball game at Forest Park yesterday, Dave Schattgen went the route on the mound for the clippers and gave up four hits. None of Baker's runs were earned. Klaseen and Good pitched for Baker. Tom Allen led the hitting for the Clippers with three. Al Whitter had two sallies for the Ot- tawans. Jim Paramore had three hits for Baker. The Clippers is a team composed of Ottawa University students, managed by Gar Mclnnis. The Clippers will travel to Olathc Thursday to meet the Naval Air Station team. Jaden'a—Z AB R H Allen, cf 423 Gilbert, rf 3 0 W'ch'er, 3b 3 0 ficliultz, U 3 0 Owen, GS 30 NVh'tier, Sb 3 0 H'tman, IS 3 0 Delia T»u—7 AB R H Th'on, c Bch'gcn. p retewon 1 1 Mli'ken. H 4 2 o 0 Par'm're. o 4 3 a 1 Rubdw. of 4 0 0 U M'.ifleld. ($300 1 Klant-on p 4 1 1 2 idndsey. 3b 4 1 0 1 Good, Ib 300 1 Harrold, 2b 3 0 0 0 Qutrle 300 0 Total* 29 3 8 Total* 32 W—Klaasen; L—Schottgen (0-J). T 4 New Role For N.Y.Yankees By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports Writer Not since 1952 have the New ork Yankees been a sub .500 ball lub going into their first meeting pith the west in an American -eague pennant race. But that's he way the defending world tiamplons stand as they open a 0-game western tour at Chicago onight. With the Yankees having their roubles, the western clubs domi- ate th/s standings. The Baltimore Orioles, still chirping after a three' ame sweep at New York, have ic unfamiliar role of spearhead- ng the Invasion by the eastern earns. The Cleveland Indians, holding nly a one-game lead over Chica- CITY CHAMPS — Brown Hardware, the city bowling champlonH who cnptured the team crown Saturday night, pose here After the victory. They are Lee Harri- son, Elden "Swede" Carlson, Glen Gates, John Humerlckhouse and Leo Alters. (Photo by Lloyd Ballhagen) Stengel Will Shake 'Em Up NEW YORK (AP) - A worried Manager Casey Stengel indicated today he intends to shake up his stumbling New York Yankees as they prepared to open their first western trip. They play the Chicago White Sox on their first stop .onight. The Yankees, with four straight lefeats, are mired in the second division, under the .500 mark for the first time since 1954. "A lot of things are wrong," Stengel growled, "and I just gotta do something." The "something" may be the benching of shortstop Tony Rubek and replacing him with the recuperating Gil McDougnld. Gil, who opened the season at second base but was sidelined when hit on the hand by a pitched ball a week ago last Saturday, is iust about ready to return to ac. .Ion. The third and fourth fingers of his right hand are still bruised ut he said he could play. Stengel didn't come right out and say ho was making a change but he did say: "Too many grounders tire going )0tween third and ohort." Andy larcy at third base has fielded ,vcll despite a wild throw Sunday ;o the finger seems to point at tubek who did not have Ihc bone- it of spring practice because of i hitch in the Army. "No man is causing nil this .rouble," Stengel said. "A lot of Icllpws arc guilty. We've been jiving away too much, and you :an't win pennants this way. "I don't know what I'm gonna do yet, but I feel I oughla do something," Baseball Scores AMERICAN W. L. PCt. OB Cleveland .............. 10 4 .714 CMcngo ............... « B .643 Balllmoro ............. 0 S ,«43 Kansas City ............ 7 6 .533 Now YofH .............. 6 7 .402 Boston ................ 6 7 .462 Washington ............ 6 8 .420 Detroit ............... 1 12 .077 Mondny IttiulU (No gumeu scheduled) Wodnemlny Games Now York nl Chlqago, Washington nl Kansas City, Baltimore at Detroit. (Only giimao scheduled.) NATIONAL LEAGUE W. I,. Fct. Lo» Angeles ............ 10 G .667 illlwhukoo Sun Francisco ;tneinnatl . , ;hlcogo . .,, hlladelrhla . Pittsburgh .636 .800 6 .538 .600 .41T S .385 St. Louis 4 H .287 QB 1 1 1 21: 3U 4 Monday Los Angeles 9, Pittsburgh 8. San Francisco at Philadelphia, rain. Chicago ot Milwaukee rain. Wednesday (innic* Los Angeles at Philadelphia (Nl. San Francisco at Pittsburgh (N). Chicago at Cincinnati (N). St. Louis at Milwaukee (N). Practice Tomorrow The Ottawa Girls softball team will hold a practice at 7:30 Wednesday night at the Forest Park diamond, Manager Ralph Emerson announced today. J. B. MICKEY COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY PHOTOSTATS CH 2 1937 839 Wot 5th SS? OTTAWA BOWL 4181,4 N. Main Phone CH 2-9741 MONDAY NIGHT LADIES' LEAGUE I f.llts—2 lit 2nd 3rd T'l' 1 - « Johnson . 121 118 104 842 H. Lollar yredeen Cranclall .. lpe«r . ... L*e'« Cafe — 2 .1. Welrtner .......... 154 '*' Bennett .......... 146 a. Srnay , ............ H2 M. Alnswcrth ........ 137 Pat Kramer .......... 110 Anchor 8av. & Loan — 1 Pmerion . ........ . . . 1VO Hsrrell .............. BT Bulmer .............. 122 fimlth .............. 123 Bc.cUner ............ 126 tVtlll* Aur*r,r>'— 0 R. Van Locnen ... — 149 P. North . .......... . 104 E. Crawford ..... .... «0 M. Howell ........ ... 08 J. SaathoH .......... 140 >Uck Electric— 3 p. Todd ....... , ..... 131 Brandon .......... 118 110 119 100 329 120 98 124 154 176 120 1S2 126 134 IBS 124 SO 303 146 424 134 43U 146 13S 126 372 124 410 US 306 111 150 43i 182 136 415 177 120 121 129 4Dti 125 36* 110 374 103 133 385 86 US 296 127 109 110 144 184 151 386 Blen ...... ...,.,..163 Sav. * Loan— .,,,, .,.,.,. 142 ................141 122 189 114 ISO 101 3C9 362 186 127 43t! 141 117 13S 4W IJIUNMYICK LEAGUE i. O. I'. — 0 1st 2nd 3rd Alnsworlh 168 176 169 TM Ixiwranco 131 Brcckemldge 1G8 Morrison 144 Turner 124 ». Kmay 148 L. Comle 175 Harford 146 W. Mack 172 D. Heckman 166 TnyHtee Uread—t 123 169 130 173 195 179 119 140 170 125 3S2 147 474 126 IOU 157 444 1S5 478 ion 550 100 371 175 IS7 183 5U; Page H. Crane G. rilnnhaugh Wenthe Fnlder ............ 196 15C 182 160 209 143 151 Ilullde.x, Inc. — 0 A. B;iauldinb ......... 169 B. Ogl« ............. .127 C. Koch ............. 114 ('. Klrkpatrlck ....... 124 J'lrnt Nut'l Bonk— 3 N, Brown ............ 159 134 162 162 200 5C9 191 660 166 18D P, D. M. O. B. Moore ........... 165 Brown ............ 180 144 15!i ]i7 15!) 181 144 Allan J87 172 Domnnnlsh IK 198 •«r A Llrbt—t Jones , 151 171 125 138 135 211 134 ISO 162 171 126 438 •fjrt 3G6 62H 480 5:0 Cariron 183 4M,H. Curi'V I'M) ifin 108 1JS 36iW. Henry ...H2 186 }» ^ J!! 1i* iW - Duethman Kfi J5 7 ^87 129 176- 472 R. Davis 175 183 136 400 14S 4.',-! 115 422 162 4fij 143 491 By BEN OLAN There's bound to he a lot of confusion when it's dig- covered that a player has hatted out of turn. But how is such a situation straight* encd out? Here 1 * a theoretical raie in which • plnyer lmi« in on improper spot in the bnlling vrder. Connider your•elf Q bosebnll expert if you can produce lite correct answer. The New York Yankees nnd the Red Sox nre in the Jnst Imlf of the fifth inning at Doiton. Pete Knnneli ilnrts off for life Sox with a double to left. Ted Williami approaches the plnte and juit as lie doei 10, Yankee manager; Casey Stengel rath- et out to the: plate umpire. Stengel cln!m> tfint PQU B«ddjn, not Run- neli, ehoald hnve been the first Bo>. ton bntter in the inning. A check of the official batting order reveals that Dqddin, Jlnnnels and Williams should hnre hotted in that order. Do yon think that! n. liuddin in out and Runnels can remain on second T b, Buddln U out and Runnel* miul bat ovef again T e. Both Buddin and Runnel* •re out? d. RunnoU it out and Buddin is Ihe batter? •uiofo 'J»ttnq jaclojtt l no *} 0 V l iuni /o JRO panoq vippng »»wt» •0|| -Miuiu 40,10 ID<J jrmu r/nuunj/ pu0 jno t; wppng-g toq i»nm CHEAPER Than Washing at Home . . . Plus SOFT WATER TOO! Try the . .. Maytag Coon-O-Matic Laundry 1600 S. Main Dodgers Are Out In Front By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports Writer Virtually no one but the other players in the National League considered the Los Angeles Dodgers a threat for the pennant. And even the players would shrug when they explained that the Dodgers "were too good to be seventh last year." So who's in first? The Dodgers. They made it a one-game lead Monday night, whipping Pittsburgh 9-3 with a five-run first inning. That supplied all the cushion Don Drysdale needed to beat tho Pirates for the first time since 1957. It was the lanky right-hander's third consecutive victory after losing his first decision and he did it with a six-hitter. That was the only game played In the majors Monday. Only two others were scheduled, both in the ML, and both were postponed by rain. Bowling Scores JACK AND JIIJj LKAUt'E Hlph 10—J. FrlttS 170. High 3O-J. O'Dell, 416. High 10-H. FrltH. 1B2. Hlnh 30— D. LeVnlley, 420. I'njuc-Caln — 8 High 10-B. Poguc, 201. Hlp.h SO~B. Pogue, 537. llrdlck-KlllH— L High 10-B, Redlck, 201, High 30--O. Ellis, 623. 10— B. Ransom, 210. illnh 30— U. Raneom, 500. Ilryant-FrlllK— fl High 20-30— C. Frltta, 153, 448. Do You Know We have the largest stock of Gates Belts in Ottawa. All sizes for Washing Machines, Refrigerators, etc. Also car, truck, and tractor fan and generator belts. CURBY AUTO SUPPLY 424 S. Main CH 2-3224 Tournament Winners Clarence Beckner was t h singles winner in the Ottawa City Bowling Tournament held last week. Doubles event resulted in a tie between Charlie Bertram a n Gerald Briscoe, and Delane Heckman and Charley Robe. Team winner was the Brown Hardware team, composed of Lee Harrison, Elden Carlson, Glen Gates, John Humerickhouse and Leo Akers. TV SERVICE KEEN COMPANY 114 S. Main PhoiM CH 2-3490 •M^JS! Central Missouri series, are at home to the Boston Red Sox, tied with the Yankees for fifth.The Orioles open at Detroit and the Washington Senators played at Kansas City. Floyd Earned Bundle INDIANAPOLIS (A) Patterson often has been called the "unknown champion" lately. When he hears about it he must laugh to himself. For with his title defense against England's Brian London this Friday night, the heavyweight king's earnings in less than seven years of pro fighting will go over Ihe million-dollar mark. From that Sept. 12 night in 1952 when he collected $75 for his first pro fight right through his last effort on Aug. 18, 1958, when he stopped Roy Harris, the quiet, mannerly Patterson has earned $904,000 in the ring. ^^^•••H «•• " «•— ^— -— Golfers Beat OU WARRENSBURG, Mo. — T h e Central Missouri State golfers topped Ottawa University, 12-4 in a match Monday afternoon. Jim King, Ottawa freshman, was medalist with a 75. The n e x t action for OU will be Wednesday, when they will meet Baker at the Ottawa Country Club course. ORNAMENTAL IRON Railings and Columns Phi in Come in and Select Your Design FREE Estimates - Terms If Desired OTTAWA WELDING 417 N. 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