The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on May 8, 1959 · Page 3
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Orange-Hued Baseball WICHITA, Kas. (AP) - Already sponsoring an orange-hued baseball which it says is more visible than the standard white sphere, the National Baseball Congress today said it will go all-out 'or that color at this year's National Non-Pro Tournament. Ray Dumont, Congress pres dent, said home plate and the sases will be orange, replacing ;he usual white—and foul lines ditto. The meet will open Aug. 14 in Wichita. Dumont previously reported non- pro umpires will wear orange caps in lieu of the traditional blue serge. The orange ball was made official for this year's'state and national non-pro tourneys and district meetings leading to the state tournaments. Mitchell Enrolls Hays Football Star Lineman LAWRENCE (AP) — Coach Jack Mitchell says Max D.' Shellhaas, stor football lineman at Hays High School, plans to enroll at KU next fall. Shellhaas, An honor student, plans a pre-med course. JUNIOR BOWLING WINNERS— Glen Conns (left) and Carolyn Meiers and Richard Speer are shown with trophies they won in the Junior Bowling- Division. The trophies were presented at the Junior Bowling banquet Monday night. (Wright's Studio) Walker Makes Big Career Of Beating Washington Nats By ED WILKS You might say Jerry Walker Is making a major league career out of beating Washington. The 20- year-old right-hander has a 3-0 record for his three stabs at the big-time with Baltimore — and each of those decisions was against the Senators. He got the third, his second of the season, Thursday night, blanking the Nats on three hits before Reno Bertoia's eight-inning home run, as the second place Orioles whipped Washington 10-1 and moved within two games of the idle Cleveland Indians. Only one other American League game was scheduled, and Detroit took that, 3-1 from Boston. Walker, a 6-1, 185-pound Okla homan, polished off the Senators with a five-hitter, walking two and striking out five. The Thursday night game was packed away before Walker gave up Bertoia's fourth homer. The Orioles, who have won four ol their last five, rapped 17 hits off four Washington pitchers, chasing Pete Ramos (3-3) in a five-run second inning triggered by Gu: Triandos' solo sixth homer. Bob Nieman and Al Pilarcik homered as the Birds hit tlxeir one-game scoring high of the season. Nieman's shot was a two-run blast and his 100th home run in the majors. Larry Doby drove home a pair of runs for the Tigers, getting the winner across while grounding out in a two-run sixth against Ike Delock, who had won three in a row. It was the last place Tigers' third success in four games under Manager Jimmy Dykes and right- hander Frank Lary (3-2) put it away for his third in a row. Girls Softball Team Opens Its '59 Season The Ottawa Girls Softball team opens its 1959 season Saturday night with a double - header at Forest Park. They will be playing Pyramid Life Insurance Co., Kansas City. The first game starts at 7:30 ?.m., and will be played under t he lights. Pyramid Life is last year's dis trict ASA champs. Ottawa Girls won one and lost two in the dis trict tournament, and finished with a 6-win, 8-loss record, last year Ralph Emerson, manager, said he has 16 girls out for the team and will probably all see action Saturday night. Three pitchers Barbara Mclntyre, Marjie Burn' hart and Artie Jo Emerson, are slated for action. Probable starters are M a r g Jones, catching; Leota Thomp son, first base; Connie Keuser second base; Jeannette Keuser, shortstop, Doris Parsons, third; Cynthia Carson, left field; Joyce Johnson, center field; and Marsha Ann Thornton. Utility players are Gilliland, Nofsinger, Fosha, and Jane Bennett. The team has been practicing for about two weeks, warming up for its season opener. The nex 24 Hour Electrical Repair Service BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL — PHOXE CH 2-2430 OR CH 8-3760 ClAJKHCl McFADDEN- BILL HULL game will be with Smokey Joe Smith's Wildcats, Kansas City. May 13, which also will be at Forest Park. SHOES-HOSIERY—LUGGAGE Baseball Scores AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. Of Cleveland 14 8 .700 Baltimore . 13 9 ,691 2 Washington 1311 .642 3 Chicago 11 10 .624 3y, Kansas City .....1111 .500 4 Boston 8 11 .450 5 New York 912 .429 5', : Detroit .' « 1« .273 9 Thursday JKegulU Detroit 3,, Boston 2. Baltimore 10, Washington 1. (Only game: scheduled I Saturday name* Cleveland at Chicago. Boston at Baltimore. Washington at New York. Kansas City at Detroit. Sunday Game* Cleveland at Chicago (2). Boston at Baltimore (2). Washington at New York (Z). Kansas City at Detroit. NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. PcL GB Milwaukee 12 7 .632 Cincinnati 12 9 .571 1 Los Angeles ., 14 11 .560 1 San Francisco 12 10 .545 1'A Chicago ....1212 .500 2V, FittsburRh 1011 .478 3 Philadelphia 912 .429 4 St. Louis 7 16 .394 7 Thursday IlrnulU Los Anpeles 2, San Francisco (1). St. Louis 4, Chicago 3. Pittsburgh 5, Philadelphia 4 (10 Innings). (Only games scheduled) Saturday Game* Cincinnati at Milwaukee. Los Angeles at San Francisco. Chicago at St. Louis. Philadelphia at Pittsburgh. Sunday Gamrs Cincinnati at Milwaukee ir\. Los Angeles at San Francisco. Chicago at St. Louis (2). Philadelphia, at Pittsburgh (2). Corky Made It On His Own Power CARLISLE, Pa. (AP)-"I guess I'm proudest of the fact I did it on my own." The remark was made tpday by Corky Kelly, the 19-year-old son; of a famous father whose heroic death guaranteed the future of his then infant son. On Wednesday Corky received news that he had earned appointment to West Point by passing stiff competitive examinations. He didn't have to put himsel to the test. His father was Capt. Colin P. Kelly Jr., the nation's first air hero of World War II. Seven days after Capt. Kelly was killed in action President Roosevelt paid an enduring tribute to the gallant pilot in a letter o the President of the UnKed States in 1956. He asked that President "to consider the merits of an American youth of goodly heritage—Colin P. Kelly III—for. appointment as a cadet in the U.S. Military Academy at West Point." , Truman Celebrates NEW YORK (AP)-This is the day Harry S. Truman celebrates his 75th anniversary, eats a $100 filet mignon dinner and addresses a coast-to-coast birthday^ party. Festivities in 16 cities are being linked by closed circuit television, There will be about 50,000 guests The OTTAWA HERALD Friday, May 8, 1959 The ex-president, spotlighted on the flower-decked dais of the Waldorf-Astoria's grand balh*oom ( i« going to see and hear plenty; ' Included in the 90-mlnut& program is a film biography ofvhte career, "Man of Decision," produced by Dore Senary; appearances by a stellar array including Jimmy Durante, Jack Benny and Danny Kaye; and speeches from Boston, by Sen. Lyndon'B. Johnson (D-Tex) and ' from Chicago by Adlai Stevenson, twice Democratic candidate for the presidency. "DOC" DAPPER I figure 'bout th' best way t' judge the right form of government fer a country is by th' way th' people eat. The Lest way to judge a sale is by the quality and price of the merchandise •— MACK ELECTRIC sells General Electric and has all items on sale this week. MACK ELECTRIC We have built our business on Sincere Service 330 S. Main — Ottawa IVERSRKN LARGE SPREADERS Upright 4-5 Ft. Blue or Green Special 5.00 8.00 We Specialize in LANDSCAPING Free Plans and Estimates — We Guarantee Our Work for One Year. LARGE SHRUBS SHADE TREES Many Varieties JUMBO ROSES, Potted DWARF APPLE, 3 to 4 Ft. FRUIT TREES Lg. Size 4 to 6 Ft. STRAWBERRIES 75c ea. 1.25ea. U4ea. l.OOea. 2.00 per 100 BERRY PLANTS, RHUBARB, ASPARAGUS, GRAPES. ETC. Bermuda, U-3 $3.00 per sq. yd. Zoysia $5.00 per sq. yd. To Be Delivered in May Located 6 miles north and 3 % west of Ottawa. Phone Centropolis 930. WOODSUM NURSERY Rt. 4 Ottawa, Kansas I INC. PAIR TV's FOR Rent Why Fight the Weather on WASHDAY? Let Us Do the Work . . . Rain or Shine! Average Family Wash $1.80 LAUNDER - IT Washed Dried Folded 111 E. 2nd CH 2-4195 IN OUR WINDOW *f Are 2 AUTHENTIC REPRODUCTIONS of MORTARS AND PESTLES Used in the NETHERLANDS IN 1590 and in GERMANY IN 1633. Stop and See Them. , John 6. DRUG STORE NUZMAN LUMBER YOUR HOME IS AN INVESTMENT Our Carload Buying Gives You the Best Money Buys in Lumber and Building Materials The Living Room Fireplace Especially Designed Closets Shown above is the recently completed home of Dr, and Mrs. Don McKelvey located at 1440 Maple. This highly modern design is only one of the many beautiful and practical floor plans we have for you to choose from. Come in and let us show you how easy it is to select a plan just suited to you. We Can and Do... Sell Building Materials for LESS 90% of Materials We Offer You Are Carloads Direct from Mills and Factories! GALVANIZED ROOFING 7, 9, 10 and 12 ft. lengths priced less than K. C. cut rate dealers. WELDWOOD PANELING Stop in and see our new display of this beautiful gift to the interior decorator. Manufactured by U. S. Plywood Corp. JOHNS - MANVILLE CO. Seal-O-Matic roof shingles and cement; asbestos siding in a variety of colors; flexboard; insulation and insulation sheathing; we buy car after car delivered direct from Johns-Manville factories. PRATT & LAMBERT PAINTS Here again we can sell you the finest line of paints made, at a great saving to you. We buy on a jobber's contract, paying 15 ( /a to 22% less. For the utmost satisfaction in paints and colors —buy PRATT & LAMBERT paints. All White Pine Window Units The efficient and economical doublehung window. Fully weather-stripped. Silent sash balances. Wood life treated. We buy them in car loads. Another money-saver for our customers. .. When You Buy From Us . You pay no penalties for small amounts. You pay no city unloading, trucking or warehouse charges . . . you pay no local freight or trucking charges into Ottawa. Our overhead is very low. CHECK FOR A PRICE ON ANYTHING YOU NEED! NUZMAN 113 E. First CH 2-1572

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