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The OTTAWA HERALD, Saturday, May 9, 1959 Fishing Improves With The Weather In Most of State PRATT, Kas. (AP) — The fis.h are biting better in Kansas now that the weather's warmer. The Kansas Forestry, Fish and Game Commission's weekly survey showed fishing is on the upswing and the fis*h themselves are more active. All river and stream fishing, with a few local exceptions, seems to be at least fair to good, the agency said. It said most lakes are now producing well. The agency's weekly review showed fishing good or better at these locations: , Northeast Lakes Atchison County — Good for channels, bullheads. Brown County State—Good for black bass, crappie, channels and bluegill. Nemaha County State—Good for crappie, channels, drum and bullheads. Lone Star—Excellent for black bass, crappie, channels and drum. Leavenworth County State — Good to excellent for black bass, crappie, channels and drum. One 9Vt pound large mouth black bass taken on plastic red worm. Fishing is fair to good in all rivers and streams for channels, flatheads, bullheads and occasional drum; crappie in smaller streams. Southeast Lakes Marais des Cygnes waterfowl refuge—Good for bass, crappie, bullheads and bluegill. Fall River reservoir—Good for black and white bass to 2%-3 pounds, crappie, flatheads and drum. Minnows and spinners best bait. Southeast strip pits—Good to excellent, nearly all species. Bass to 4 pounds. '• Bluestem, El Dorado and Butler County State—Good for black bass, crappie, channels and bullheads. Augusta City—Good for bass and crappie. Montgomery County State — Good for black bass, crappie and bullheads. Wilson County State—Good for black bass, crappie, channels and bullheads. Garnett City—Good for crappie. Southeast rivers and streams- Fair to good; taking channels, flatheads, drum and carp. Central Lakes McPherson County State—Good for crappie. Cheyenne bottoms — Good for channels, bullheads and carp. Central rivers and streams- Fair to good; channels, bullheads, flatheads and carp. West Lakes Scott County State—Good for crappie and bullheads. Logan County State—Good for crappie, which are taking minnows. Webster—Good for nearly all species, live bait best. Rocky Sacked Indians ,-.. -.-•..» .•'''"-. -'-' ' • ' • •*••'•, *'• -'• • To Cleveland Victory BECAUSE OF THE DODGERS — A Chavez Ravine woman is carried from her home, as deputy sheriffs evict persons for the Los Angeles Dodgers new baseball park. Bulldozers knocked the house down after the woman was removed. Ottawa Junior High Slips Past Emporia Bill Veeck Becomes White Sox President CHICAGO (AP)—The executive structure of the Chicago White Sox underwent a major change Friday with the election of Bill Veeck, majority stock holder, as president. Chuck Comiskey, who owns 46 per cent of the club, was named executive vice president. Hank Greenberg, former major league baseball star, was named vice president. Veeck becomes the club's first president since Mrs. Grace Comiskey who died Dec. 10, 1956. Solly Hemus Has Bullpen Trouble By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS St. Louis Cardinal Manager Solly Hemus has a lot of problems and the biggest may be his bullpen. The Red Birds have dropped nine one-run decisions so far this season, and many might be in the victory column if they had a late- inning stopper. Hemus put in Jim Brosnan in he 10th inning Friday night and ifter two were out he yielded a single to pitcher Bill Henry and a ame winning triple to veteran Randy Jackson. The Cubs won 3-2. In the eighth with the bases oaded, Solly sent in Howard Nunn or starter Gary Blaylock. Nunn walked Jackson, forcing in the ying run. The Cardinals stand 7-17, solid- y entrenched in the cellar. Henry fanned five Cards in a sparkling three inning relief job for the Cubs, striking out Ray Jablonski with two on in the last of the ninth. The Kansas City Athletics also dropped a tough one at Detroit— 5-4 in the last of the ninth on Frank Boiling's triple and an error by Hector Lopez. The A's seemed on their way ;o a victory with a 4-2 lead entering the ninth. Ex-Tiger Ray Her bert had a four-hitter and slugger Bob Cerv had three runs batted in, two on a third inning triple But after a pair of singles Boiling tripled and sprinted home when the outfield relay got pas Lopez in short center. Bowling Scores I'APER SACK LEAGUE Jackson and Frltls — 3 High 10-30 — C. Jackson, 248, 641 Htricklaiid-Heiulek — 1 High 10-30 — H. Henslck, 187, 474 Lollar-Sneer — 2 High 10-30 — R. Lcllar, 173, 476 No Name — 2 High 10 — Bussell, 104 High 30 — J. Taylor, 4&2 Humerlckliouse-CbrUtlc — 3 High 10 — P. Chrlttle, 210 High 30 — Humcrlckhouie, 538 rogue - Gllboin _ 1 High JO — F. Gilborn, 178 High 30 — B. Pogue, 489 Glllllund-Corey — 1 High 10-30 — R. Corey, 181, 459 Cordle-Cordlc — 3 High 30-30 — K. Cordle, 226, 562 Rudy Stitch Ready For'Anyone Who's Ranked' , High 10-31 — C. Woigast, 194, 557 LeVallev-Ogle —3 High 10-30 — D. Belter. 232, «U News From The Wellsville Area MRS. ROYCE MYERS Mrs. Lloyd Bailey and family left last Wednesday for Guam where they will join Lloyd Bailey who is the army there. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bailey moved to the Robert Dawson rental house formerly occupied by the Lloyd Bailey family. Mrs Blanche Lyons of Napa. Calif, has returned to her home after spending two weeks here with her sister. Mrs. Harold Phillip* and Mr. Phillips. Ottawa Junior High slipped past mporia Junior High 58% to SOVi n a track meet at Cook Field, esterday. Tom Chappell led .Ottawa's scor- ng with 14 points. Chappell won he 100 and 220-yard dashes. Neit, Emporia was top scorer for he meet with 14V« tallies. This completed the ninth grade eason. Track Coach Orlis Cox aid he would take some entrants o the Junior Olympics in Lawence early next month. The results: 100-yard clash: 1. Chappell, O; 2. Moh- ay, E; 3. Chlesner, E; 4. Meiers, O, 13.2. Shot put: 1. Staadt, O; 2. Mohley, E; Ponney, E, 4. Meiers, O, 42. 120-yard ienv hurdles: 1. Nevlt, E: Showalter. O; 3. Chastel, O; 4. Seymour, 0; :15.3. Medley relay: 1. Emporia (Nevlt. Ipra, Penney, Mohley), 1:47.8. High jump: 1. Chappell, Reed, Prager, O and Greenlee, E, tie, 5-1 EO-yanl dash: 1. Chappell, O; 2. Sch cner, E; 3, Houser, E; 4. Ronasln, 3, G.I. Pole vault: 1. Jamison, O; 2. Bi ng, O; White, E, tie; 3. Houston, O. •3. 220-yard dath: 1. Nevit, E; 2. Reed, O; 3. Cypria, E; 4. Rush, E, :24.5. Broad Jump: 1. Reed. O; 2. Penney, E; 3. Hays, E; 4. I'iage, O, 18-1. 440-yard relay: 1. Ottawa (Gage, Chappell, Meiers, Reed) :50. Bulldozers Clear Dodgers' New Park LOS ANGELES (AP) — There was no joy in Chavez Ravine to day — just the sound of bull dozers clearing the site for the Los Angeles Dodgers' new ball park. Fifteen residents were evicte< om three condemned home mid screaming, crying and curs ig .Friday. "Why don't they play ball i mayor) Poulson's backyard—no n ours!" Mrs. Abrana Arechiga , shouted in Spanish at 14 sher f's deputies. Poulson supported the stadium OHS Golfers Wind Up In Eighth Spot INDEPENDENCE—Ottawa fin ished eighth in the 4-man divi sion of the Regional Golf Tourna ment yesterday. The meet was played in a drizzling rain. The Cyclones shot 347 for the 18-hole meet. ' Fred Collier lee Ottawa with an 80. He was llth in the medalist division. Jim Corlis had an 86 for the Cyclones, while Jeeper Deputy shot 89 and Jim Latimer had 92 The Cyclones will close their sea son Wednesday at Paola. Reed Holbrook, Wyandoltg, won an extra hole to break Wyadotte Independence deadlock in t h eastern regional 12-man team event. The teams meet at the finals it Kansas City, May 15-16. SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP)-Rudy Stitch, a hero, said today he wouL fight "anybody that's ranked' after chopping out an impressiv decision over Caspar (Indian) Or tega. Stitch, 26-year-old church elder from Louisville, Ky., had the wiry Ortega bloody and reeling after a fast 10 rounds .in their welterweight scrap Friday night. His victory came only hours after Stitch was awarded the Car negie Hero Fund Commission's bronze medal for dragging a man from the swift Ohio River in Sep tember 1058. A national radio and television audience saw Stitch almost finish Ortega in the third and eighth rounds, staggering the Indian from Mexicali, Mexico, with crisp lefts and rights, tember 1958. Cyclones To Enter Regional Meet Today Ottawa High School Cyclone will enter the Class AA Regiona track meet at Washington Hig! School today. Coach Orlis Cox said he woul inter 11 or 12 boys in the meet Roger Schmanke, Ottawa senior will highlight the field. Schman e is defending state champion For Improved Land KILL Brush \i vpur prooerty of poison oak, brlirs nd bruih with R-H BRUSH RHAP. Will lot infuri (ri>f, gnlnt or inimili, Svtt :lll-ind tconomicil to use. R-H REASOR-HILL Corp. Jickionvlllt, Ark, CANNADY SUPPLY 801 N. Locust Ottawa, Kansas VULCANIZING Tractor—Truck Car Tires GILLILAND GARAGE R. 4 Pho. 6 Centropolis We Install All Types of Electrical Outlets Ask for Free Estimates 24 Hour Service eal. The mayor's 'office said th ome was condemned years ago, efore the Dodgers came to town. he land was taken under emi- ent domain powers as a site for Cincinnati Gains On Milwaukee Club On National Card By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports Writer It begins to look as if the Cin- innati Reds are at last catching ip with the Milwaukee Braves. The Braves have beaten a path o a pair of National League pennants by trampling the Reds the past two years. In 1957, Milwau kee won 18 of its 22 games with Cincinnati. Last season it was 17 if 22. Now the Reds have taken three of five decisions this season, winning three in a row from the Braves for the first time since 1956. And they've done it the hard way—beating Warren Spahn and Lew Burdette. They ;unked Burdette's winning string at nine—five this season— with a 3-2 victory at Milwaukee Friday night that gained a virtual irst-place tie with the Braves. Going into today's game—anothei run-in with Spahn—the Reds are second by a mere .009 percentage point margin. San Francisco also closed in, re placing Los Angeles in third, just a half-game behind the leaders by whipping the Dodgers 9-3. The Chicago Cubs are 1% games back after a 10-inning, 3-2 victory a St. Louis. Philadelphia regained a sixth-place tie with Pittsburgh by beating the Pirates 8-1. Burdette, who had won H straight in Milwaukee's County Stadium since last July, gave up four of the Reds' seven hits anc all of their runs in the first inning A two-run double by Frank Robin son and a triple by Frank Thoma did the damage. Southpaw Johnny Antonelli, wh had lost two in a row, won hi fourth for the Giants after givin up the Dodger runs on five hit in the second inning. housing development which nev- Randy Jackson, just returned t r came about. The sale to the the Cubs by way of a trade wit odgers came after the housing Ian had been scrapped. Zell Still Holds In Tennis Playoff WICHITA (AP)—Four Bethany ollege players moved into the hird round of the Kansas Confer- nee Tennis Tournament yesterday, taking Bethany a long stride oward the championship for a econd straight year. Rain curtailed the schedule so he windup of the singles comes oday along with the doubles com' petition. Ottawa, College of Emporia and McPherson still have entries in he singles play. Survivors of the first two rounds: Bill Zell of Ottawa and Ron Dahlsten of Bethany in Flight 1, Dave Muck of College of Emporia and Gary Robinson of Bethany n Flight 2, Jim Pitts of Bethany and Phil Wachtman of McPherson n Flight 3, Alan Leaf of Bethany .n Flight 5. Harold Pickett of College of Emporia and Chuck Reeves of Baker still have a second-round match to play in Flight 5. Still alive in Flight 4 are Merlin Larson of Bethany, Kent Ober of College of Emporia, Mike Neal of Baker and Marvin Weddle of McPherson. Cleveland, tripled in the 10th afte a two-out single by winning re liever Bill Henry (3-1). Gene Conley, the ex-Brave gained his first victory since 195 in his first start for the Phils. H had to leave in the ninth, how ever, when a line drive by Smok 3aseball Scores AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pot. G» lovcland 15 6 .714 altlmore 13 10 .566 3 Washington 13 11 .542 3Vi hloago 11 11 .500 4V; ansaa City 11 12 .478 5 oston .. 10 11 .476 5 ew York 0 M .439 6 etrolt '... 7 16 .304 8 Saturday flames Cleveland at Chicago Boston at Baltimore Washington at New York Kansas City nt Detroit Friday Besulta Cleveland 3, Chicago 1 Boston 5, Baltimore 0 Detroit 5, Kansas City 4 Only game* scheduled Sunday Games Cleveland at Chicago Boston at Baltimore, 2 ' Washington at Now York, 2 Kansas City at Detroit NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. OB Milwaukee 12 8 .600 Inclnnatl 13 9 .591 an Francisco ..........5? 10 .565 Vj Los Ar.geles 14 12 .538 1 Ihlcaso i.,.,13 12 .520 I'/s 'hlladelphla 10 12 .4*5 3 'UtsburRh 10 12 .455 3 it. Louis 7 17 .292 7 , Saturday Games Cincinnati at Milwaukee Los Angeles at San Francisco Chicago nt St. Louis Philadelphia at Pittsburgh Friday Result* Cincinnati 3, Milwaukee 2 San Francisco 9. Los Angeles 3 Chicago 3. St. Louts 2-10 innings Philadelphia 8, Pittsburgh 1 Sunday Games Cincinnati at Milwaukee, 2 Los Angeles at San Francisco Chicago nt St Louis. 2 Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, 2 Watch Inside Toss, Advises Williams BOSTON (AP) — Ted Williams. Daseball's keenest student of such matters, has some advice for pitchers—Beware the inside toss. "Pitchers should watch games closely on television," the 40-year- old Boston star said today after a Fenway Park workout. "They'd soon learn the inside pitches are the ones that hurt them." Sidelined since late March due to a neck and shoulder ailment, the defending American League batting champion is going through a reconditioning program expected to return him to action Tuesday. "The pitch from the middle of the plate in to the batter is the one that kills them nine out of 10 times," Ted said. "I've been saying it all along but invariably the pitchers have an argument against it. Now I know I'm right. Nine out of 10 times the batter creams the inside pitch." Williams explained that while By ED WILKS t Those Cleveland Indians are socko with Rocco. Take Friday night. They man aged just three hits at Chicago, but Rocky Colavito had two ape drove in three runs, ripping a tie breaking, two-run homer in the sixth that put away a 3-1 victory. Friday night's success, the fourth in a row' for unbeaten right- hander Cal McLish, padded Cleve land's American League lead to three games once more as Bostoi and Frank Sullivan whipped sec ond-place Baltimore 5-1. Detroi 1 sc9red three in the ninth for a 5-4 victory over Kansas City in the only other AL game scheduled. Right • hander Dick Donovan (1-1) of the White Sox gave up all three of Cleveland's hits in his six innings, getting past everybody but Minnie Minoso and Colavito. Minoso singled with one out in the fourth inning, stole second and then gave the Indians a 1-0 lead on Rocky's single. In the sixth, Minoso walked with two out and came across on Colavito's smash into the upper left field deck at Comiskey Park. The White Sox had just five hits off McLish, scoring in the fourth on Jim Landis' second home run while losing their fifth in a row and sinking to .500 in fourth place <i games behind. Sullivan, a big 6-7 right-hander, gave up only five singles along with two walks while squaring his record at 1-1 for Boston. The Red Sox had just three hits for seven innings, but held a 2-0 lead over southpaw Billy O'Dell (1-1). They scored in the first on a walk passed ball, error and Frank Mai 'County Teams Hold Annual Meet Franklin County Grade Schools held '.heir annual track meet at Cool? Field, Friday. The meet was marred by rain. There is no team title awarded. AH schools except, Wellsville and' Richmond competed in the meet. The top performance was turned / in by Cromwell of. Williamsburg who skimmed to 17-4% in the broad jump. The results: Shot put: 1. Parks, P; 2. Goodwill, Wjl 3. Taylcr, L, 35-2; A broad Jump: 1. Cromwell, W; Shaf-" for, W; 3. Bolton, P, 17-4V4 B broad Jump: 1. Kudcr. L and Ransome, W; 2. Bulmer, P, 14-6 0 • broad jump: 1. Crawford, P; J. Sowers, W; 3. Blschcff, W; 13-6 . A high Jump: 1. Cromwell, W! Z. Me- Bath, P; Shaw, P; Rukes, Pr; Heidner, A; 4-10V4. B '-Ugh Jump: 1. VanValkenber, W; J. Bulmor, P: 3. Nelson, P and Supornaw, W. <-2 C high Jump: 1. Blnns, W; 2. Crawford, P and Mnlborg, W, 4-6'!i. . A BO-yarrt dash: 1. Bell, P; 2. Jones, ; 3. KvanE, R; :6.9. B 50-yard dash: 1. Kuder, Lj 2. Ran- ome. L; 3. Mllllkcn, W, :67 C 1 0-yard dash: 1. Sowers, Wj 2. Wiley, L; 3. Dennis, P, :7. A 100-yard dash: 1. Cromwell, W; J. leldncr, A; 3. Froggptte. Pr, :11.6 B lOO-yai-rt dash: 1. Kucicr, L; 2, Buckley. W: 3. Bulmer, L; :12.2. C 75-yard dash: 1. Crawford, P; 2. Villcy, L; 3. Lantls, P, :10. 440-yard run: 1. Buckley, W; 2. Held- ,er. A; 3. Frottatte, Pr, :88:1. Girls: A softball: 1. Domnanlsh, Pr; 2. Fishburn, Pr; 3. Flora, W, 74-10 B Eottbnlt: 1. Pearson, A; 2. Fitzger- aid, W; 3. Baker, P; A 50-yard dash: 1. Retchard, W; t. iVeldcrholt. Pr: Flora, W, :7. B 60-yard dash: 1. Mundell, R; J. ones, R; 3. Hackett, P. :7 A 75-yard dnrh: 1. McCurdy, W; J. Vhlteford. Pr; 3. Franks, P, :10. B 76-yard dnsh: 1. Mundell. R; 2. Jones, R; 3. Kendall, W; :10.6 ij VC1 W11C1I Cl 1*1JC V4**T*rf U J U»»a«« J I t — — ----- ....-- v Burgess nicked a pitching-hand e was recuperating he watched finger. George Witt (0-4) lost it, u — L -" giving way in a three-run fourth. Phillies Trade Talk Stirs Baseball World PITTSBURGH (AP)—The baseball world is buzzing with Philadelphia Phillies' trade talk. General Manager John Quinn of the Phillies, who is making an extended road trip with the club, says he has several irons in the fire. "We have made propositions to several "clubs and we are now waiting to hear from them," Quinn said Friday. Some observers felt a trade was imminent because when the club left Philadelphia Thursday to open a five-game series with the Pitts burgh Pirates the players were given meal money for only three days instead of the customary week or more. TV SERVICE KEEN COMPANY 114 S. Main Phone CH 2-3490 SPECIAL SALE • PLANT NOW BUY DIRECT FROM GROWER MEYER Z-52ZOYSIA GRASS EMERALD ZOYSIA GRASS C"::i»lly C«rtili*d - Growth GuinntMd HANDCUT 2" PLUGS ONLY $5.95 p«r 1001 NO SHIPPING CHARGES Slip-on Pluggtr $2.95 poitpiid Prompt Shipment - Cash with Ordw Scores From N, Main OTTAWA BOWL Phone GH1-9741 N1GHTHAWK LEAGUE Maloney's — 3 1st 2nd 3rd T C, McDanlels 134 135 121 39 A. Bennett 146 139 150 44 Van Loonen 122 93 112 32 F Snider '.'.".^'.'.\','.".W1 125 175 45b|n. Jones 164 203 159 5" M white "8 191 130 4S»'Huss * Fat* — 1 D. Richeson 136 106 165 40 DYNAMIC LEAGUE Ohlsm Const. Co. — U 1st 2nd 3rd T'l V. Chlsm 112 135 138 3S5 lee's Cafe — 4 U. Richeson 215 144 182 54? B Nicholas 147 130 173 4M M. 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Rybolt IhO 150 153 483 llruce Co. — 3 A. Shumate 117 122 111 35i) R. Candle 122 106 131 350 .154 119 181 431 aseball closely on TV. "The pitch away from the bat- ir proves the safest in the book," e said. "Sure the real good hitter can rotect against the outside pitch, ut I say let the good batter pro- ect it. That's the pitch he'll hit or only a single. At most he might et a double on it. "But there is no home run on he outside pitch." zone's sacrifice fly, then countec again in the fourth on a walk and Don Buddin's double. Sullivan finally got some breath ing room in the seventh, when Boston scored three with Pete Runnels and Jackie Jensen hitting solo home runs. It was Jensen's seventh, Runnels' second. Singles by Harvey Kuenn an< Lou Berberet got the Tigers roll ing in the ninth against Ray Her bert (1-3), who then was tagged for a tying triple by Frank Bellini —who kept right on running with the winner as Heck Hopez hobbled the relay from the outfield. It was the first victory in six one-run de cisions for the Tigers and it wen to Ray Narleski, a four-time lose who won his first with two inning of perfect relief. Bob Cerv drove in three Kansa City runs off Don Mossi with ; triple and a sacrifice fly. The Ti gers had two runs but only four hits—one Berberet's second homer —for eight innings. Girl's Softball Game May Be Played Sunday If the rain continues, the girl's softbalt double-header between Ottawa and Pyramid Life of Kansas City scheduled for tonight may be played Sunday, Manager Ralph Emerson said. The game hasn't been postponed yet, Emerson added. If the games are moved to Sunday, one will be an afternoon contest and the other is due to be played in the evening. It's the Leaves that Count! Underwood's Trenching - Backhoe Special Low Prices Guaranteed Plastic Pipe 1" Plastic Pipe—trench dug and pipe laid — Total price 22c per ft. plus Fittings. ¥4" Plastic Pipe—19c p3r ft. IV." Plastic Pipe—29c per ft. 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