The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 29, 1959 · Page 2
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Wednesday, April 29, 1959
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The OTTAWA HERALD April M, 1959 Fourth At LAWRENCE - 0 11 a w a's Cy clones scored 37 points to take fourth in the annual Haskell Night Relays Tuesday night, Haskell took the rheet title with 5? points. Lawrence was second with 56, followed by Highland Park, 41; Ottawa, 37; and Hayden, 19. Lawrence ./could have won the meet if they had taken the mile relay, Ottawa's pole vault team cracked the only record of the evening. Roger Schmanke, Bruce Bundy and Bob Lewis' combined jumps were 34-11%, better than the 8364 record set by Highland Park in 1958. Schmanke cleared 12-7 to break Jere Potts existing record of 12-6. The mile relay team, Allen Glen, Ralph Gage, LcRoy Martin and Larry Gyro took second. The 440- yard and 880-yard rc.ay teams brought in thirds in both events. The team is composed of Glenn, Thorpe Nolan, Cyre and Dennis Smith. .The 480-yard high hurdle team, Ronnie Reusch, John Going, Ralph Gage and Ronnie Showalter, as fourth. Ottawa took third in the mile team race with Clinton Moore, Pete Espinosa and Sonny Larlos carrying the mail. The 720-yard shuttle hurdle team was fourth, composed of Ronnie Reusch, Gage, John Going and Bundy. Bill Jensen, Steve Shaffer and George Gage, took fourth ift the 880 team race. Schmanke ran the 880 to anchor Ottawa's entry in the medley relay to fourth place. Other runners were Lewis, Reusch, D. Smith. The Cyclones placed third in the shot put, with Nolan, Lewis and Jim Roth throwing. They were also third in the discus, Roth, Nolan and Martin tossing. Ottawa dropped to fourth in the javelin with Reusch, Martin and J e s s Garcia competing. Ottawa took fourth in the high jump, D. Smith, ROy Milburn and Mickey Reed. They were fifth in the broad jump, Schmanke, Glenn and Cyre. Ottawa will host the Northeast Kansas Lengue meet at C o o k Field on Friday, are scheduled for with the finals at night. Preliminiaries the afternoon Bowling Scores ROYAL T LEAGUE Itr-dlek Grocery—3 High JO—L. Blackitoni, 1DB. High 30—B. Redlok, 500. litilgltU of ColiimluiH—I High 10-30—HarklrtH, J3S, 566. CiooUyear— 3 HlBh 10-30-Mudrlck, 197, 607. J)on'« Cutilnnt Shop— 1 High JO— Burrows. 188. Hljth 30-K. Wolgast, 508. National Guard No. 2—3 High 10-30—aUWIund, 189, 407, femtrlit) Uulry—1 High 10-30— Nicholas, 213 846. 6elMj«rv Ice Shom—1 High JO-30-Roycr, 199, 611. Bandy Insurance—3 HlBh 30-30—c, Bertram, 220, 628. Ottawa Herald—8 High—Johnson, 216. High 30—Cox. 489. KaUonnl Guard No. 1—t High 10-30—Humerlckhoiut, 226, 490. NK.HT OWL LKAOUK ftlcHfnond 1'roduce—I High lO-IiO-H&Dn, 172, 4«J. lioyftl T Lnnen—3 High 10-30—Wolgast, 206, 588. Witferlr—3 High 10-30—J. Orlffln, 161, 43T. (in* Service Co.—1 Hlpth 10-50— 3. Htucn, ?91, 407. lOOF—1 ^ Hlgli 10-3ft—B. Flgglns, 175, 478. icthhnlc'H Cafe—8 High 1040—R. Corey, 194, 481. TV SERVICE KEEN COMPANY 114 S. Main V Phone CH 2-3490 See No Chance For London To Take Patterson INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - fioes Britain's Brian London have any kind of a chance to take away Floyd Patter son's heavyweight till* Friday night? The odds makers (10 to 1) say no. The experts from Britain and the,; United States say no. But London's right hand booms put a yes, •.'•.'••• • .' -•"••.:. '; '- ••; We had our first look at the 8-foot, 205 - pound British husky in action Tuesday. We were surprised by his style and the speed of his punching, expecially with right uppercuts rights. and straight VICTOR'S SWING —• Ottawa High tcnnto player Bob Kcelln catches the fuzzy ball easily In his racket and batn It back to Gene Jackson, Lawrence. Keclln won hla malchcs 6-4, 6-4, to help tlo the Lions at Forest Park Tuesday, 2.2. (Photo by Lloyd Ballhagen) An Even Go For OHS, Lawrence On Tennis Courts The Ottawa High tennis team tied the Lawrence boys on t h e Forest Park court Tuesday, 2-2. Winning matches were Bob Kee in and Gary Burke for the Cy clones. Keelin downed Gene Jack son, Lawrence, 6-4, 6-4. Burke beat Barmerlee, L a w- rence, 6-2, 5-7, and 6-2, to put Ot- awa in the lead: In the doubles matches, however, the Cyclones dropped the lead. Gordon Bruce and Shofner, Cyclone doubles team, dropped their natch to Anderson and Collister from Lawrence 8-10, 6-3 and 3-6. iierb Harrah and Dykstra were defeated by McNown and Jack Maoney, 0-1, 6-4. Friday, the Northeast Kansas League holds its meet at Ottawa, and the Cyclone netsters next meet .Atchison at Ottawa next Tuesday. The former British champion is supposed to be a brawling, American-type battler with little finesse, That's not what we saw, although you can't go by a two- round boxing workout. London fights mostly from a stand-up, flat-footed stance. He does very little crouching. He doesn't bore in but he moves in swinging. He has a fair jab but unloads his rights to the jaw with more than average ability for a big man. "I'm a good finisher," said No Favorite Shows Up For 1959 Derby LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - It seems sure now that the 85th running of the Kentucky Derby Saturday isn't going to produce a heavy favorite among the bettors. Three prime reasons show up toduy: 1. The eye-catching filly Silver Spoon definitely wi:i run in the milc-and-a-q u a r t e r classic at Churchill Downs barring injury. 2. Tuesday's Dorby Trial, expected to cut into the big crowd hoping for a chance at the $125,000 added money and the gold cup, failed to produce a topheavy win- By BEN OLAN There's little doubt that catchers have one of the toughest jobs in baseball. They have to be wary of foul tips and wild pitchers, too. Following it a theoretical ikun< lion involving n regulation affecting catchers. See if you can produce the right answer. The Lo« Angeles Dodger! ar« playing the Chicago Cubs. Ernl* Bnnks is batting for the Cabs with Tony Tnylor oh first bn«e and none out. With ihe -count of three, balls and two strikes on Banks, Taylor breaks for second base. JBnnks swings nt ita pitch nnd foul tips it. The ball glances off the chest protector of catcher Joe Plgnatnno, but is caught by him before it touches the ground. Taylor reaches second without drawing n throw. ner. 8. The status of two top con- lenders feared out of the race has improved. First Landing, last year's champion 2-year-old, won his division in Tuesday's trial but had to fight off powerful stretch bids by Carrie C. Hillock's Quantrell, who finished third, and K. G. Marshall's John Bruce,, a very fast closing second. r Open View from Elkcam Stable showed his derby qualifications by running n mile in 1:35 3-5 in the first division. It was the third fastest trial in histroy and 3-5 of a second better than First Landing's. California Derby winner Finne- gnn battled Open View down to the wire, but lost by a head. Royal Orbit was only another three- quarters of a length away, Cain Hoy Stable's Hoist Away and Llangollen Farm's Mosby were declared out of the derby after the first division. 3-ycar-old filly became a sentimental favorite when owner C, V. Whitney announced Silver Spoon will run Saturday. Only one filly— Regret in 1915 — has ever won the derby. Easy Spur, lame with a sore ankle, still is a doubtful starter,! College Golf TodflV but Trainer Paul Kelley said: "I «„„....*„.,. ____ u .. „-,.„ L imagine I'll put him in the entry box Thursday morning." Calumet Farm also Is unsure Do you think lhati a. Banks it out on strikes and Tnylor can remain on second t b. Bank! is onl on strikes, but Taylor must return 'to first? c. It is a foul ball and Taylor must return to first? 10 JO|tt)OJff Ja>t/|O tftf Jffo JOtl 0|UJ JjISfJfp Of flnvy X/;tH»/ »o "JC *' tj !/ of «J»l*J i»wui jo;.tojr PUB ;;uo jno/ a tj jj-j :j»attuy about On-tAnd-On. But trainer Jimmy Jones was optimistic today and his father Ben said "This is the most open derby I've ever seen," indicating Calumet probably will go after its third straight derby victory. See PLYMOUTH Page 10 See BOB WHITE Motor Company Your Plymouth Dealer in Ottawa Ottawa University golfers meet Baker University today at Ottawa Country Club. Each school has had three matches this season, and each has won one, lost one and tied one. 0 HNS OH SEA HORSE FOR 1959 MALOTT'S JAYHAWK BOATS 116 S Main—Parts & Service Pleads Guilty To A Larceny Charge P1TTSBURG, Kan. (AP) — John Gripson, freshman and basketball player at Pittsburg State College, pleaded guilty to a grand larceny :harge and was put on probation for two years. 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He won the shot put, javelin, discus and Brian, "and if I get him down J think I can keep him there. But of course I'll have to nail him first." • ' The 24-year-old Blackpool native finished up his hard training in the two-round drill with Dusty Rhodes of New York. Rhodes, a one-time sparmat? for Patterson, did very little but offer a target. ran a leg on the winning 860- yard relay team. Ed Altic had 10 % points for Appanoose with firsts in the 100 and 220-yard dashes. Dick Fishburn paced Princeton with seven points. The results; 120-yard High Hurdle*! 1. Tlndell, S; 2. Bogrcn, 8; 3, Bodlne, 8; 4, CJIlllland, A. lfi.0 seconds. ' 160-yard Da«h: 1, Attic, A; 2, Fishburn, P; 8, Oaynor A; 4, Bodlne, 8. li>? seconds. Mile Run! 1, Ottaway, A; 2, Plummer, 8; 3, Morgan, B; 4, FlshSmrn, A. 6:17.5. 880-yard Relay; 1, Sernnton; 2, Appa noonc; 3, Princeton. 1:41). 440-yard Danh: 1 gtecle, A 2, any nor, A; 3, Scott, 8 4, Merrill, P. 61.4 seconds. Low Hurdles! 1, Tlndell, 8; 2, Bodlne. 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