The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on May 1, 1959 · Page 2
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* The OTTAWA HERALD ** Friday, May 1, 1959 County League To Have Track Meet Here Saturday Seven Franklin County Leagu high schools will compete in th annual league track meet at Cooi Field, Ottawa University, Satur day morning. Field events will begin at a.m., and running events at 9:30 There is no admission charge. Shools competing are, Williamsburg, Lane, Appanoose, Pomona Rantoul, Richmond and Princeton 'Burg won the crown last year with Richmond taking second. 'Burg has had a successful sea son thus far, winning s e v e r a meets. John Thprnbrugh, junior has been the top scorer picking up firsts in the weights and jump ing events. Don Miskimon, 'Burg miler placed in the Ernporia Relays am has consistently run the distance below 5:00. Appanoose, Richmond and Lane may be battling it out for second Keith Gilliland and Ed Altic top the Appanoose scoring. Richara Grauel is leading the Lane per formers. Jerry Brock, has been the most consistent winner for Richmond. The Williston twins, Rolland and Ralph, are the mainstays of the Pomona squad. Dick Fishburn is the core of the Princeton squad Rantoul hasn't competed in a track meet this season. YOU. WERE THE Spahn Warren Did It Again By ED W1LKS AP Sports Writei Warren (The Wonder) Spahn did it again. Already well established as one of baseball's all-time great left- handed pitchers, he added his 249th victory and 45th shutout Thursday night, getting all the help he needed from Hank Aaron's home run for a 1-0 victory over St. Louis. The victory retained Milwaukee's slim (.045) percentage point lead over Los Angeles in the Na tional League race. The Dodgers, with Old Guard Duke Snider's two-run, inside-the park homer capping a four-run seventh inning, won 6-4 at Philadelphia. San Francisco, rained out at Pittsburgh, regained third place as the Chicago Cubs' Bob Anderson and Bill Henry quieted Cincinnati's bats for a 3-2 victory on Ernie Bank's lOth-inning homer. Bowling Scores AMF LEAGUE Fcpsl-Cola—3 High 10—Wolgast. 115. High 30—Meador, 607. £l>eg»!'s Paints—1 High ]0-3<>-HijnsUk, 179, 502. Islue Moon—3 High 10-^C—L. Corey, 191, 531. Dutch Boy Paints—1 High 10—J. Hlalt, !02. High 30—C. Klrkpatrlck, 500. I.IIwin's—1 Hig 10-30-Bail, 213, 479. llnlon Local 630—3 High 10-30—C. Jackson, 213, 578. C'HniRX-Mol};—1 " - High JO-30-G. Ellis, 189, 528. Marncalbo Oil—3' High 10-SD—C. Cordle, 203, 542. Urown Hardware—1 High 10—Gates, Humerlckhouse, 189. High 30—Gates, 510. Conrnd Painters—3 High 10-30—L. Wlchman, 211, !>58. THURSDAY NIGHT LATK LKAGUK Beimel's—3 High 10—G. Mclnnls. 170. High 30—B. Paul, 470. >'o Names—1 High 10—D. BerthoH, 175, 463. Wowimer's—4' High 10-B. Bhcehan, If5. High 30—E. Bender. 504. Dennis Auto—0 High 10-30—Smith, 178, 484. . Mars Electric—I High 10-30—McFadden, 176, 499. Ottawa Oleaneti— 3 High 10—Bruce, Gary, 189. High 30—Gary, 480. Gambles Store—0 High 10-30—F. Hernireclc, 165, 455. Ottawa Bowl—4 High 10-J. England, 179. High 30-0. Keim, <77. Where's George? gone to... By BEN OLAN One of the toughest plays for a catcher to make is the pop foul that comes down near the edge of the players dugouts. He must use good judgment or he may spend time in a cast. Here's a theoretical situation involving this type of pop fly. See if you can produce the correct answer. The . Nert York Yankees have Mickey Mantle on second base arid Yogi Berra on first with one out against Baltimore. Bill Skowroir, the next batter, lifts a high foil close to the edge of the Orioles' dug. out. Baltimore catcher Gns Irian- dos makes the catch and then falls into the dugout. Taking advantage of Triandos' prone position, Kantle tags up and conies in to score while Berra moves around to third. Do you think that: a. Mantle'* rnn counts Berra can remain on third? b. Mantle must return to third base and Berra to second? e. Mantle must return to gee- on base and Berra to first? •)aS uoa £»m to t»nq XUBJU to atfot tioa tjauuru ayt pun aaijo t» jpq aqt «;;»/ JO u taop )ttq inoSnp ayi oiui tdajt Jap;aj/ o /F •atoq auo jC}uo aytioapo jCoiu jau •«nj D pun poap it jjoq gift ino •anp ay o t ut tjjo/ 'ftoq ty 0 fui •ifajm jai/o 'jopjatf o uat/^ .puo -oat oi njjag puo atoq pjtt{$ 01 Baseball Scores AMEKICAN" LEAGUE W. L. Pet. Gtf Cleveland 10 4 .714 Chicago 10 6 .625 1 Baltimore ., 9 7 .583 2 <ansas City 9 7 .563 2 Vasliinfjton 8 9 .471 N'ew York 7 8 .487 3Vi Boston 6 7 .462 3Vj Detroit 213 .133 SU Thursday Results Chicago 4. New York 3 (11 Innings). Kansas City 4, Baltimore I, Washington 9, Detroit 1. (Only games scheduled) Saturday Games New York at Cleveland. Boston at Chicago. Baltimore at Kansas City. Wtnhlngtcn at Detroit. Sunday Games Washington at Cleveland (2). Baltimore at Chicago. New York at Detroit (2). . •, Boston at Kansas City. NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. GB Illwaukee 9 4 .692 xjs Angeles ll 6 .647 an Francisco 97 iy, n lnc!nnatt S 7 .533 2 Wcago 8 8 .500 2V 3 'hilnclelphla 6 8 .429 3Vi 'lUsburgh '. 6 8 .429 3'/} t. Louis 4 13 .235 7 Thursday Kesults Milwaukee 1, St. Louis 0. Los Angeles 6, Philadelphia 4. Chicago 3, Cincinnati 2 (10 innings). San Francisco at Pittsburgh, lain. fentuiday Games San Francisco at Milwaukee. Los Angeles at Cincinnati. Chicago at Philadelphia. St. Louis at Pittsburgh. Sunday Games San Francisco at Milwaukee Los Angeles at Cincinnati (2). Chicago at Philadelphia (2). St. Louis at Pittsburgh (2). Clare Boothe Luce Gives Answer Today WASHINGTON (AP) - Clare Soothe Luce calls on President Eisenhower today to tell him whether she will go to Brazil as ambassador or resign because of her row with Sen. Wayne Morse D-Ore). In advance of the meeting, a top [overnment official said her an- wer to this question was "up in he air." Eisenhower was reported ready o urge her to take on the diplomatic assignment, even though he aid a comment she made about Morse was ill-advised. He reportedly signed her formal commission Thursday. A Credit Union Clipped For $763 KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) < Two bandits wearing Ivy League caps robbed the Challenger Credit Union of $763 yesterday. For Top OU Trackmen At Emporia Today The Ottawa University Brave met the College of Emporia Pres bies and the Bethel Graymaroon in a track meet at Emporia to day. The Braves hold three straigh dual wins this year and took th Interdenominational Relays crowi earlier this month. Ottawa wU compete in the Doane Relays a Crete, Neb., next week. Expect Derby LOUISVILLE, Ky. CAP)'— Ai evenly matched field of 18, packed vith horses who take off like nissile, gives promise that Satur day's Kentucky Dstby will be ono of the swif^esl in recent years 1 Vhirlaway's 2-01 2-5 re*-, yd c'oclnng of ifli 1 o^sn't appear ii langer. But there is so much ear y speed in the race that the time or the IVi-mile trip arounc hurchill Downs may be the fast est since Swaps stopped the clock at 2:01 4-5 four years ago. Fair skies are expected to greet he Derby Day crowd, annually istimated at 100,000. Some say this is the most or dinary field of 3-year-olds since lount Turf triumphed in 1951. In winter and early spring stakes the eading candidates .beat each other with almost monotonous regular ty. Hardly without exception, favor tes for the 85th running of Amer ca's most colorful turf event are horses that prefer to run in front r stay close to the pace. Take C.T. Chenery's First Land- ng, the 3-1 favorite off a return o the form that won him the 2- ear-old title in 1958 and the pres nee of five-time winner Eddie Ar- aro in the saddle. First Landing lost the Wood Memorial by three-quarters of a ength. But he was either in front » at the leader's throat in a 46 1-5 half, a 1.11 six furlongs and 1:36 mile. Fred Turner Jr.'s Tomy Lee econd choice at 4-1, set a Keeno- and standard of 1:21 3-5 for 7 urlongs in a front running race Brookmeade Stable's Sword Dancer ripped off 7 furlongs in 1:22 1-5 here a week ago while setting the pace. He's the third choice at 5-1 James Norris' Easy Spur, Florda Derby winner; C.V. Whitney's Silver Spoon, the filly who won the anta Anita Derby, and Neil S. McCarthy's Finnegan, victorious n the California derby all have iarly speed along with such other is Mrs. Jacques Braunstein's loyal Orbit and Calumet Farm's On-and-On. Five of the last seven derby winners raced on top or near the iace all the way. If all 18 are in the starting gate t 4:30 p.m. (EST), the winner ivill. receive a net of $120,900. The race also may be seen on elevision and heard on radio from :1'5 to 3:45 p.m. CST (CBS). OHS Golfers Beat Paola, 177-185 Ottawa High School golfers de eated Paola 177-185 in a match at the Ottawa Country Club Thursday. Fred Collier topped the Ottawa hooting in the nine-ho'.e contest with 42. Protzman, Paola, shot 10, for medalist honors. Other Ottawa scores were, Jim Corlis, 44; Jeeper Deputy, 45 and Tom Morrisey, 46. 41814 N. Main OTTAWA BOWL Phone CH 2-9741 THVRSnAV NIGHT LADIES' LEAGIU Townur's—1 Klingler Kelm SmlUi . White Itudge's JlnrJware—3 V. Foster Wiencke 1st 2nd 140 121 11U 109 113 101 1'epsl-C'oln—I CLASSIC LEAGUE 1st 2n<J ., . „,. N - Brown ISO 183 Jrd T'liP. Moore 134 173 "' -R. Bettge ....": "i! JSl 210 141 136 35S 134 348 103 172 4W H. R. Anderson 159 147 138 159 148 455 136 433 V. Reusch ........... H(, P. .... lOil 119 120 344 128 123 'Kramer ........... 134 Miller ('until ucllun— 2 ranrlall 14!) 137 158 142 142 416 133 390 assmm Who could resist Wassmer's new short sleeve sport shirts — George couldn't — from 2.98, hrlstmn . ...... Nichols Jones Itond'n—2 |\Mot(!let . , i|nuethman . ..,, l| | : OWiS 1 Wtldner Strickland I.ltutn'b—0 H. Reddlck 93 I). McKaililvn 121 108 147 157 41i 151 183 128 -407 138 4M American N'at'l Ins. — .1 V. Chlsm ............ 194 165 W. W. Wliltucre ...... 112 162 V. Jonen ............ 199 140 G. Lrdom .......... . 118 148 Keen Co. — 1 13(, 117 129 128 173 98 !.',(, 168 176 128 110 09 133 380 129 38(1 165 42(1 173 491 158 461 86 21* 124 344 M. Hull ... 120 100 96 325 B. Mudrlck 108 94 131 333 H. Ogle 112 141 104 357 V. Well.-ce 12S 121 146 31)2 V. Dortrl . ,..U'2 169 10.1 384 n. fcnl.lcr 159 137 158 45:! Wallnce 135 107 166 147 91 333 144 WC 3rd T 178 541 163 S'> 1G2 551 171 550 J. Snider 177 202 Ii. Kampsclnoeder ...194 204 195 56; Junior C. at C. — 0 Bouska 108 155 J. Marconctt ., 124 ieo L- Hall . 123 164 Morrow 143 162 Knoeppel 121 155 W. Lewis F. Thompnon B. DouRhi-rly u - SnVl'H *"• Kaub ns 164 133 543 ifio 1J2 177 153 Insulation—0 C, Renfro i4f ]29 J. Brown 132 131 0. Bell 145 155 B. Wentha 157 195 B. Emerson uo 128 IM-— Food Center—4 J. ~ »-!. G. Oates £IC 190 T«:'lor ............ 202 131 Xllnsbaugh ....... 1C2 137 B. Hull 187 199 L. Alters 170 162 129 392 132 120 157 441 155 46 141 417 128 487 194 46S 176 01D 133 399 175 517 117 398 168 440 176 50ii 127 437 122 39 156 419 133 433 188 840 145 41 US 4S\ 1S1 48,) 156 350 199 5ha 145 477 INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (AP) Floyd Patterson risks his world lieavyweight championship and a half-million-dollar June purse tonight in a 15-round title fighl against belittled Brian London of England. This regally garbed "tuneup* session could turn into a monumental disaster for the 24-year- old American if the burly Briton should get lucky and knock out or outpointed the champion. NBC will broadcast and telecast the fight nationally at 10 p.m. EDT. Patterson, making his fourth ti tie defense, is a prohibitive 10-1 choice to win. London the husky ex - British champ, will collect $60,000 for his efforts. Brian, 24, is a 6-foot, 205-pound- zr with strong legs and fast hands. He apparently punches faster with liis right than Pete Rademacher and Roy Harris, a couple of dial engers who decked Patterson in title fights before being put out of commission. The 183-pound titleholder, however, is much faster afoot and with his hands. Floyd should wreck the aggressive, wide-open Condon with dazzling combina tions to that inviting jaw. A London triumph — which no jody is predicting — would knock Patterson out of his scheduled June 25 defense against Sweden's :ngemar Johansson at New York's Yankee Stadium. Patterson, who goes over the million dollar mark n earnings with tonight's purse of about $185,000 figures to make SOO.OOO or more against the iwede. May Be Break For Stubby Southpaw By ED WILKS AP Sports Writer It's been a long, frustrating ight, but maybe things finally are beginning to break Billy Pierce's vay in his running battle with the New York Yankees. The Chicago White Sox's stubby ;outhpaw has the upper hand on all but two of the other seven American League clubs. One is Detroit, the club he broke in with iack in 1948. He's 16-17 against he Tigers. The other is New York (20-30). He's been faring a bit better igainst the champs of late, how- ver, winning four of his last five decisions against them, and he made it two in a. row the hard way Thursday night, dueling hrough 11 innings — outpitching oth Whitey Ford and Ryne Duren — for a 4-3 victory that left the ox all alone in second place, a ;ame shy of idle Cleveland. The defeat, hammered home by Al Smith's two-out, bases-loaded ingle, plunged the Yankees be- ow .500 once again and put them ixth. Washington slipped ahead o fifth with a 9-1 triumph at De- roit. Kansas City tied Baltimore or third by beating the Orioles 3 on Harry Simpson's ninth-inning home run. JOHNSON SEA HORSE FOR 1959 MALOTTS JAYHAWK BOATS 116 S Main—Parts & Service Clippers Lose To Air Station Olathe Naval Air Station team pushed over three runs in t h e seventh and eighth frames to whip the Faden Clippers 3-2 in a town team baseball game at Forest Park, Thursday. • Dave Schattgen pitched for the Clippers and allowed five hits. The Clippers gathered seven hits off two Olathe hurlers, Eirsman and Borfein. Borfeln worked the final three innings, gave up two hits and was credited with the win. The Clippers got a run in the third on a single by Jim Heitman. Dave Owen drove in a run in the eighth with a squeeze brfnt. The Clipper's have an 0-2 record for the year. Cllppen—1 JAYHAWK WITH SENATORS — Bob Allison, former University of Kansas athlete, now plays outfield for the Wash- Ing-'on Senators of the American League. He's selecting a bat In the dugout during a game at Kansas City with the A's. Simpson's First Hit Was A Dandy At Kansas City, A's pitcher Nee Garver is thankful that veteran Harry (Suitcase) Simpson pickec last night for his first hit of the season. Simpson be'.ted a ninth-inning pinch homer to beat Baltimore 4-3. It was Carver's third victory against one defeat and kept '..he A's in the first division with a 9-7 mark. Kansas City has won seven of its last nine. Simpson was batting for Garver The 33 year old . lefthandec swinger hit Billy Loes' seconc pitch far over the fence in deep right center. Broadway Billy, the third Oriole pitcher, was the loser. Do You Know We have a complete stock of Delco-Remy IGNITION parts for all cars, trucks, and tractors. CURBY AUTO SUPPLY 424 S. Main CH 2-3224 NIGHT SATURDAY NIGHT MAY 2 Open Class Modified (BUGS) and STOCK CARS TIME TRIALS Begin af 7:30 P.M. Races at 8:00 P.M. Track Located ... '/2 mi. west of Kiefer dam or 5 mi. west on Ks. 68 - 1 mi. north •- '/2 mi. east. 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The five were cited for Violating provisions of the injunction "by bodily stopping the entrance of a transport truck" into the Ckmul- gee refinery. They were, commanded to appear in court at 10 a.m. Saturday. They are stretched out across the roads, hand to hand. The women, whose husbands are members of the Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers striking the refinery now for 77 days since contract talks broke off, say they "will go to : ; ail if necessary." The union has said it does not favor their actions. The dispute was over dismissal of several employes whom the union had claimed had seniority. Harry Has... Power Mowers Up to 299.95 All sizes — in push type, self- propelled and riding mowers. We offer one of the most complete selections in town — you'll find the mower and price you like. HARRY SMITH AUTO SUPPLY 110 South Main Phone CH 2-1522 Haven of safety in a sudden storm Way back in the horse-and>-buggy era, this old covered bridge provided a welcome haven of protection for those caught on the road in an unexpected rain or hall storm. Today, a growing savings account is the best safety haven against financial "stormy weather" that can occur so suddenly, so unexpectedly. Open your account here now. An «l! 0 *£«^in«* Xxwa Xuurano* Oorporauoa J. DEAN NOFSINGER President North American Hotel Building Ottawa, Kansas Phone CH 2-1400 LEE A. CASIDA Manager

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