The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 30, 1959 · Page 2
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An East-West rria '"!! «., LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) - The 85th running of the Kentucky Derby $\ •.Churchill Downs Satur- d^r )ms developed a strong East- against^est atmosphere with a peVt fifiy adding the romantic touch, ; Four colts from the East look like possible winners in the mile- and-a-quairter classic.' the Wfist has four highly regarded prospects. Silver Spoon, C. V. Whitney's eye-catching filly, may become the sentimental 'favorite — if not the top betting choice. The East challenges wjth Christopher T. Chenery's First Landing, undisputed 2-ycar-old champ last year. The West re plies with Tomy Lee, a British bred colt owned by Texan Fred Turner Jr. Sword Dancer, Our Dad and Easy Spur are the other Eastern hopefuls rated a good chance. Finnegan, California Derby winner and Royal Orbit, third in that race, showed they are derby contenders in the Derby Trial here this week. Silver Spoon also is a Westerner but bettors are likely to overlook that and recall only one filly in history has won the Derby. Adding emphasis to the East- West conflict is the absence of Calumet Farm, which copped the past two derbys with Iron Liege and Tim Tarn. Trainer Jimmy Jones pulled On And-On out of the race Wednes day, saying the colt is not ready White Sox Pep Up NY Yankees By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports Writer What is it about the Chicago White Sox that peps up the New York Yankees? The Yankees had their first run in of the season with the White Sox Wednesday. They went Into Comiskey Park below .500 after losing four in a row. Bob Turley, the Yanks' right-handed ace, had lost two straight. And the club hadn't b&@a.»jab.!,c. JLo score twice iii any of its last 51 innings.- • So the Yankees rapped three home runs, scored twice in the first inning and beat the White Sox 5-2. Turley evened his record at 2-2, although giving up'-nine' hits. That hoisted the Yankees to fifth with a .500 record and helped to hand the Cleveland Indians, whose game with Boston was rajned out, a IH-game lead. The Baltimore Orioles remained tied with Chicago for second despite a 7-1 loss at Detroit in a game he'.d to five innings by rain. Kansas City defeated Washington 7-6. High School Meet Here POLE YAULT REHEARSALS — Dick Schmidt, McPherson letterman, examined a vaulting pole while Sid Pope, Ola- thc, Colo., senior looks on, Both Pope and Schmidt arc Ict- termcn. The Braves will meet College of Emporia and Bethel In a triangular meet at Emporia, Friday. (Photo by Clausle Smith) OU Trackmen In Triangular Meet Friday Ottawa University's Braves will be out to keep their undefeated string when they meet the College of Emporia Prosbies and Bethel Graymaroons in a triangular meet at Emporia Friday. The Braves have defeated both schools before, in the Ottawa Interdenominational Relays. The meet will be a tune-up for the KCAC meet scheduled for May 16. Bethel's squad is paced by Joe Schrag outstanding sophomore distance ace. Schrag and Ottawa's Morgan Williams have met in several tight -contests in the last- lap of the mile and two mile. Weebe, Bethel sprinter has the best 220-yard dash time in the state, :20.6. Weebe will have to top undefeated Dick Maack, Ottawa and former league champ Tommy Coleman, C. of E. Next week, OU will travel to Crete, Neb. to compete in the an nual Doanc Relays. TOM HARRELL, Ottawa Unl- vcrslty senior, has been named head coacli at Oswcgo High School. Hnrrell, a native of Parsons, wait OU football co-captain this year. He is married and has a daughter. " Lee Harrison Says.. . Richmond Cubs Defeat Chetopa UNlONTOWN-Richmond's Cubs slipped past Chetopa 2-0 in the first round of the high school dis trict baseball tournament last night. Leland Kueser went the distance on the hill for the Cubs allowing Chetopa only two hits. Richmond picked up three hits off Duncan, the Chetopa loser. Richmond pushed over a run in the third on a walk, stolen base and a bunt single by Winston Wilson. Kueser drove in a run for the Cubs in the fifth. Richmond will play Virgil tonight in the second round of the tournament. The box score: Chetopa . .000 000 0—0 2 1 Richmond ..001 010 x—2 3 0 Battries, Duncan and Davis; Kueser and Wilson, W-Kueser; L- Duncan. Baseball Scores AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. OB , 10 4 .714 0 6 .600 1V4 0 6 .600 8 7 .533 2'/j 7 .500 3 7 .402 Jl>. 7 D .438 4 2 12 .143 8 Cleveland . Baltimore . flhlcn go . KaimuB City New York 7 Boston . fi Washington Detroit , Wodiimdaj ItenulU Now Yofk 0, Chicago 2. Detroit T. BAltlmorn 1 (5 Inn'gu, rain) Kansns City 7, Washington 0. Botton at Cleveland, ruin. Frldny (lame* New York nt ClBvelmul (N). Boston at Chicago IN). Baltimore at Knmmu City (N), Washington at Detroit. NATIONAL LKAflUK W. U Pet. OB Milwaukee 8 •! .607 Urn Angeles 10 6 .025 Cincinnati . , Kan FranclHco Chicago . ... Fhllnclelplila Pittsburgh Set Your Car Ready for Vacation-Time We Have Factory Trained Specialists Who Can Take Care of... ALL Types of Transmissions &• Hydromatic ** Powerglide H Turboglide £. Ford-0-Matic ."FREE Checkup and Estimates Given '>; K1CORE CKEV'OLDS SALES & SEBVJCEi m 0. Main CH 2-3640 WHY NOT FLY THERE CHARTERED FLIGHTS Anywhere — Anytime 1959 Mooney Mark 20A Contact CHUCK LeMASTER CH 2-2846 or CH 2-1610 OHS Swamps Garnett In Frosh Meet Here Sweeping to seven first spots, Ottawa's freshmen Cyclones rambled past. Garnett freshmen 72V4 to 36% in a track meet at Cook Field, Ottawa University yesterday. , Max Kirkland topped the scoring for Ottawa with a pair of firsts in the 50 and 100-yard dashes. He was second in the broad jump and ran a leg on the win ning 440-yard relay team. 8 6 .571 1 0 7 .5(18.1 1 7 8 .467 2V: ft 7 .402 2',i fl R .420 3 St. Loul ............... 4 13 .250 0 Wednesday Philadelphia 5. Loo Angeles 4. Mllwiuikoe 0. St. Louis S, Cincinnati 18. Chicago S. Pittsburgh 3. San Francisco 2. I'rklaj duniPK San FrnnclHCO tit Milwaukee (N). Los Angelas at Cincinnati (N). Chicago nt Philadelphia (Ni. St. Louis at Pittsburgh (N). ill Calls For Whipping Penalty DOVER, Del. (AP)-Delaware's Legislature, concerned by an increase in the crime rate, has passed a bill making whipping mandatory for people convicted of robbery. The bill says: 20 to 40 lashes for the first offense and not less than 30 for each subsequent con viction. The House passed the Senate version Wednesday 22-3. Gov. J. Caleb Boggs, however, declined comment when asked what he thought of the bill. He said he would decide early next week about signing it. If he does sign, it will be the first time in the history of the state that whipping has been mandatory punishment for a crime. In the old days whipping was used to punish wife beating, theft and a variety of other crimes, aut it was always imposed at the discretion of the judge. The present sentence for robbery for example, is a fine of not less than $500 and imprisonment for 3 to 25 years, plus not more than 40 lashes if the judge wishes. For seven years there have been no official whippings in Delaware. Darrell Rodrock had IVk point :or Garnett with a first in th tiurdles,,a tie for first in the hig jump, tie for second in the pol vault and a leg on the winnin medley relay team. SUMMARY JOO-yurd Dash: 1, Kirkland, 0; Chappell, 0; 3, Walte, Q; 4, Howorto Shot Put: 1, Staadt, 0; 2, Wood, a 3, Meyer, O: 3, Moody, 0. 42-B'/4. 220-yard-Dush: 1, Mcyor, O; 2, Cha poll, O; 3, Walte, O; 4, Howerton, a :26.7. Medley Relay: 1. Gnrnetl f Walte, Bo en, Howorton, Rodrock). 1:51.5. High Jump: 1, Raed, Prager, Cha pell, O, and Rodrock, G, tie. B-2. 60-yard Dnnlr. 1, Kirkland, 0; Bowcn, Q; 3, Howerton, O; 4, G. Gag O. :6.4. Pole Vault: 1, Hounton. 0; J, Cran O, and* noclroclt, O, tie; 4, CaEtoll, tind Stone, G. 8-8. 320-yard Low Hurdlct: 1. Rodrock, G 2, Bowr.n, G; 3, showalter, O; 4, Sc rnour,' O. :15.S. Broad Jump: 1, Reed, O; 2, Klrklan O; 3, Branlon, G; 4, Showalter, 0. 10 440-yard Relay: 1, Ottawa (Ree Gage, Chappell, Kirkland), :B2.3. 440-yard Dash: 1, Gage. O; 2, Wolle O; 3, Woods, G; 4, Hotallng, O. :00.3 League On Friday ally for 0. U. Jim King and Darryl Lyr.de wfth 84 eafch and 'aul Ginlng, 98, were .unable to core. Bob Jones, Baker, was medalist with an 83. OU will host College if Emporia on Monday. Ottawa will host the annual ortheast Kansas League 1 1 r a ck eet at Cook Field Friday. The meet will begin with the reliminaries and finals of t h e umping and field events at 3:45 m. Preliminaries of the dashes nd hurdles will be at 4:30. The finals will get underway at 30 and the entire meet should e completed in 1V4 hours, Orlis ox, Ottawa track coach said. Five teams, Ottawa, Leaven- orth, Lawrence,,Highland Park nd Atchison will compete in the meet. Highland Park's Scotties re defending meet champs. Lawrence appears to be t h e avorite to wrest the crown from .'Scots. Lawrence has tremen- otis depth and has been effective n big meets this year, L«nvenworth, Highland Park nd Ottawa should be battling the ,ions for the top spot.. Ottawa's ntry will feature a top, - notch mile relay team and the vaulting f state champ Roger Schmanke. Ottawa University Athletic Di- ector Dick Peters will be the fficial starter for the meet. Admission for the meet is 75 cents or adults and SO cents for children. Gerald Briscoe Topped Tourney Gerald Briscoe was announced as the all-events Winner wit 1,953 in the Ottawa City Bowling tournament. Briscoe had 1,773 in the scratch division. J. Snider took second with 1, 897, followed by G. Gates, C. Beckner and G. Layton. Brown's Hardware won the team division with 3,084. Briscoe- C. Bertram and D. Heckman-C Robe tied for the top spot in doubles with 1,240 each: C. Beck ner won the singles with 698. Baker Golfers Win Over OU The' Baker Wildcats rolled by the Ottawa University Brave ISMi-Ui in a golf match' at th Ottawa Country Club, Wednesday Steve Sheehan shot an 87 to pic! up a point for the Braves. Stan Bettin had a 90 for 'one-half of a * Off REGULAR PRICE OF EACH CAN TIMI OHM ON SALE AT BETTER FOOD STORES EVERYWHERE 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 PRE MEMORIAL DAY From N. Main OTTAW A BOWL Bowling Scores WKD. MGIIT WOMEN'S LEACfK 1'poplCi Nftllonal HanU—1 High 10-30—H, Carlson, 178, 470. Kansas State Bank— ,t High 10-30-43. Bilker, 163, 430. Nltnbe-r'h i'hwr Service—3 High 10-30—McFadden, 134, 373. Home Improvement—1 Hljrh 10—K. Gllborn, 160. High 30—B. Poguc, 434. Moore Cheviot! t—t High 10—Whltucre, 103. High 30—S. Hlckman, 534. Maracalbo Oil—0 HlphOO—V. Cordlo. 163. High 30—3. Wolgast, 4(52. Tuwner'*—I High 10-30—Mock. 133, 568. anlfs Auxiliary—0 High 10—B. Thorpe, 160. High 30—B. Mftloncy, 419. Starts Sunday, May 2 1st Run I died laughing" — Jesse James BOB HOPE RHONDA FLEMING ALIAS JESSE JAMES Drive - In Theatre TWILIGHT LKACiUK bob's CliithPB—(I - '1st' 2nd Kodpers Mfi 137 Dnugharlhy 1C2 140 Plcrson 144 137 Mack 176 158 Conrad 170 156 Ottawa Bus Service—I F. Dlsquo 144 181 I). Smay . 378 178 B. Hughes 139 145 B. Flggms 1V5 133 f',, Alncworth 160 134 lU'iinrU't, No. 2—3 K. Tyson 189 183 O. Uodd l-lfc 170 B Ogllvle 144 144 C. Koch 145 134 O. Bowman 138 150 Simrlxe Dairy—1 H. Wlttmycr 153 387 Bud Fowler 363 157 (',. Foster 143 155 C. Cayot 147 158 M. Flerson ..;,.. 133 123 I.aumlor-lt, Inc.—2 Johannes 163 155 Hlntz 345 146 Blen . 314 Phone GH 2-9741 Tony , Bertram 314 157 127 160 187 155 3rd"t'i 164 433 131 -13i) 127 JOS 170 5i:i. 178 504 185 510 220 576 136 420 223 511 150 45-. 190 302 150 46S 144 -132 111 300 116 402 138 4Vfl 143 46,< 155 153 158 IK3 172 42b 379 151 142 202 483 300 I7C 217 55U Wiggins Electric—2 Stewart 148 176 143 467 UlKdon 159 149 211 51C N. Carlson 12S 145 1ST 430 D. Hlrd 322 135 117 374 C. Bockner ...178 190 144 610 COMMERCIAL LEAGUE Tcxnt-o—1 1st 2nd 3rd T'l Page 170 166 360 -198 V. Simmons }39 181 -152 472 Dufilcld 158 140 178 4S3 Dunkln '...159 171 168 498 \Voldmann Tire-Bait.—3 J{. Lewis 180 156 166 503 Fcrfiuson 124 118 141 38'J L. Ferguson 143 112 137 3fli E. Ferguson 143 114 137 391 C. KerBley 177 166 157 490 Crlles Body Shop—0 Bell 172 122 186 4SO We.'dner 150 143 149 451 Lr.mbert 363 179 158 500 Boyer 172 167 126 465 Motelet 210 153 122 485 llonn's CltlPN Service—41 Honn 148 111 158 417 Gorton 398 170 166 543 Abbott 128 182 115 425 Chiimbers 186 126 171 453 Hopkins 198 152 169 BID All Nylon "400" DELUXE $ plus tax and recappable tire 1695 GILMORE SHELLY SERVICE 224 N. Main CH 2-3376 A WORD FROM HANK... I have purchased Casida s Super Service from Lee Casida. I would like to personally invite Lee's many customers and friends to come in and let us continue the friendly efficient service they have received in the past. HANK GILROY GRAND OPENING HANK'S SINCLAIR SERVICE (Formerly Casida Super Service) 2nd and Hickory Phone CH 2-2133 Fri. & Sat., May 1 & 2 FREE PEPSI-COLA FOR EVERYONE FREE FLASHLIGHT HANK QILROY HARRY MURPHY TED COONS With Each Tankful of Sinclair Gasoline! 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