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OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, May It, Bowling Awards Presented At Annual Banquet v • ; . More than 200 Ottawans attended the annual Bowling Associa- tion'team sponsor banquet at the Armory last night - Dick Smay. president of t h e bowling association presided The welcome was given by Mrs. Dick Smay, president of the women's association. Don Capper gave the response and Ben Nicholas offered the invocation. Marvin Bond was the master of ceremonies. Trophies were presented to winners in both men's and women's divisions. Winners were! 1 Women's division Class "O" — Singles, Glenna Lu Whitacre; all events, Susan Wolgast Class "A" — Singles. , Ellen Hiclonan; doubles, Susan Wolgast - Artie Wolgast; all events, Ellen Hickman; team. Moore's Chevrolet, Leola Meador, Leona Jones, Glenna Lu Whitacre, Mary Lu Burgoon and Ellen Hickman. Class "B" — Singles, C 1 e o Hensiek; doubles, Nancy Lollar- Ina Cor die; all events, Donna Mallicoat; team, Budge's Hardware, Velma Foster, Ruth Weineke, Ruth Anderson, Vi Reusch, and Helen Wenthe. Class "C" - Singles, Hazel Ogle; doubles, Jan Long - Joan Detwiler; all events, Leola Finch; team, VFW, June Lutz, Dorothy Richeson, Betty Lambert, Leona Wise, Wilma Sowers. j Class "D" — Singles, Alice Nutt; doubles, Hazel McClay Doris Parsons; all events, Alice Nutt. Women's trophy for rolling highest score over average, Alice Nutt. Men's division: Sing 1 e s, Clarence Beckner; scratch, all-events, Jim . Snider; grand league team, Newt Brown Paul Moore, Jim Snider, Ralph Kampschroeder, Ray Bettge; dou hies, tie, Delane Heckman-Charles Robe; Gerald Briscoe - Charles Bertram; team, Brown's Hardware, Lee Harrison, Eldon Carl son, Glen Gates, John Humerick house, Leo Akers; handicap, all events, Gerald Briscoe. AII r *j r i T iAf« OU Friday Seeks To Win 4th Straight Track Title Old Spitball Pitcher Is 78 POMPANO BEACH, Fla. (AP) —Edward A. (Big Ed) Walsh, one of baseball's greatest pitchers, will celebrate his 78th birth day Thursday and he figures that cancer and all, "I've got a few innings of living left" A year ago, everybody thought the old Hall of Famer member's days were numbered. Today, his chances of complete recovery remain dubious. "But I'm looking at things better now," the one-time scourge of the American League told a visiting reporter. "I'm still good for a few more innings." Big Ed's career began 55 years ago and ended nine years later. In 1908, his darting, slipping pitches won 40 games for the Chicago White Sox. Now bedridden, he remains wrapped up in the sport that brought him fame. While whining 195 of 311 games, he established a reputation as a great spitball pitcher, and he admits that if he was pitching today he would be a "cheating spitballer." Walsh has long opposed the spitball ban. all Ted Not Unhappy With Hitless Day BOSTON (AP) — "I'n be right, the hits will come." Ted Williams was not disappointed Tuesday night after going O-for-5 in his first appearance of the 1959 season for the Boston Red Sox. The 40-year-old defending American League batting champion, coming off a neck and shoulder ailment which bad forced him out of action since March, said: "I'm satisfied with my efforts for my first game back. I'm not tired. In fact I feel real good," he said after playing in the home forces' 4-3, 12-inning loss to Chicago which lasted 4 hours, 23 minutes. "My problem was that i was bitting bad pitches," Ted added. He struck out twice, popped up to the infield, drew an intentional walk and twice grounded out. Wilt Expected To Sign With Warriors PHILADELPHIA (AP) - The long-awaited announcement that Wilt (The Stilt) Chamberlain has signed a contract for play for the Philadelphia Warriors probably will be made today. The announcement was expected at an afternoon press conference called by Eddie Gottleib, owner of the National Basketball Assn. The 7-foot Chamberlain, a former Kansas University All America, yUyod last season for the Harlem Globetrotter*, , WARMING UP — Husky Al Craig, sophomore weights- man, spins the discus in prepara'.ion for the KCAC meet at Cook Field, Friday. Craig holds the top throw In the nation for small college at 162-9%. (Photo by Clausie Smith) 4-Game Streak Puts Dodgers Into First By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports Writer A four-game winning streak isn't much, but in the National League it means first place. The Los Angeles Dodgers won their fourth in a row Tuesday night, beating Philadelphia 3-1 behind the five-hit pitching of young Danny McDevitt. That gave the Dodgers a half-game lead over Milwaukee although the two clubs are tied percentagewise (.600). The Braves lost 7-3 to the Chicago Cubs. St Louis kept Cincinnati from making it a virtual three-way tie by beating the Reds 7-4. Pittsburgh defeated San Francisco 6-5 in 12 innings. No one has together more been than able to put four-game string in the National League. The Dodgers now have won seven of their last 10, and McDevitt has two of the three complete games the pitching staff has produced in that span. The 26- year-old lefty (2-1) had a two-hit shutout until the eighth inning when Willie Jones hit his seventh tome run. McDevitt walked none, fanned six. McDevitt singled home the Dodgers' first run in the fifth after user Gene Conley (1-1) had pur- Josely passed Don Zimmer. The Dodgers scored twice in tfiat frame, getting the other on an error. Duke Snider singled home he final run in the eighth off re- iever Jack Meyer. The Cubs handed five-game winner Lew Burdette his second loss in a row, scoring five in the ninth at Chicago on a home run by Walt Moryn and pinch hitter Earl Aver- Ul's first grand slam. Tony Taylor also homered off Burdette. Don Elston (1-1) won it with one inning of scoreless relief. Rookie righthander Gary Blayock hit a two-run homer and won his first for the Cards, although needing Bill Smith's relief after Vada Pinson's two-run double fin- Oo You Know We can furnish any Oil Filter Cartridge for trucks, cars or tractors. CURBY AUTO SUPPLY 424 S. Main CB 2-3224 ished the Reds' scoring in the seventh. Brooks Lawrence (3-2) was the loser after winning three in a row. The Pirates, shut out on three hits for six innings by Johnny Antonelli, put it away with three runs'in the 12th. Gordon Jones (12), fourth of six Giant pitchers, was the loser. Bennie Daniels, who lost his first decision as a starter Monday night, won this one in relief, although roughed up for two runs in the 12th on two singles and three errors. Two of the boots were by Bob Clemente, whose single proved the clincher for the Pirates. Ottawa Girls In Game Tonight Ottawa Girl's Softball team will meet Smokey Joe Smith's Wildcats in a game at 8 tonight at Forest Park diamond. Ottawa has a 1-1 record, splitting a doubleheader Saturday at the park. Manager Ralph Emerson said he would start M£ % '? Bernhardt (1-0) on the hill for tonight's game. The rest of the line-up will be Marge Jones, catcher; Leo Thompson, first base; M a b 1 Gilliland, second base; Barb Me Entire, short stop; Doris Parsons third base; Jane Bennett, righ field; Cindy Carson, center fiel and Marsha Ann Thornton, lef field. Ottawa will host the annual Kansas Conference track meet on the Cook Field track Friday. Preliminaries will begin at 10 and the finals will start at 2 p.m. All eight KCAC schools, Ottawa, Baker, Kansas Wesleyan. Bethany, McPherson, Bethel, Friends and College of Emporia will compete. OU will be after its f o u r t b straight league crown. The Braves are undefeated in dual and triangular competition this s e a- son. i "Competition will be tough," OU Coach Bill Boucek said. "Bethel has a good team, and is strong in the discus and shot as well as the dashes, hurdles and the distance events." Our squad is in good condition," he added. "This meet is important to us, in fact, it's the most important of the year," he said, "Everybody's out to beat Ottawa this year." The Braves hold six of the top performances in the league this season. Bob Knight leads the 440 and 880 fields with :50.2 and 2:00.5 timings. Dick Maack is tied with Keith Kaufman, Friends, for the best time in the 100, :9.9. Tommy Coleman, defending champ and Dick Weber, Baker, are also contenders for the title. ' Wendell Rem pel, Bethel leads the 220 field with a :20,5 mark. Ottawa has the best mark in al three weights events. Hefty Al Craig, the nation's top small college discus thrower, has a 162-9& record. Gerald Siscoe leads the shot put field with a 48-6V4 throw Dave Lambertson, freshman, has thrown the javelin 184-9. Bethel and Baker dominate the distance field. Bethel's Joe Schrag has the best mile timing 4:34.6. Richard Kramer, Baker leads the 2-mile field w i t I 10:36.2. Ottawa's Morgan W i 1 liams, Jim Smith and Johan Na ess should be battling for posi dons in both events. Probably the closest race of the day will be the high hurdles The top mark is held by Myron Schrag, Bethel, :15.4. Defending champ Lyle Haberbosch, Baker has been timed at :15.5, while Ottawa's Rich Copeland has covered the distance in :15.6. Cla rence Woodbury, College of Em poria is also a threat to the title McPherson dominates the jump- leads a 22 11V4 jump. Galen Huffman has cleared 13-2 1 /! in the pole vault for the Bulldogs. Sid Pope, Ot tawa, is a consistent 12-6 vault er. Mel Georing, Bethel turned hi the best high jump of the year trophy To Use Radio At Start Of Car Races INDIANAPOLIS (API - After losing nine cars in the last two 500-mile races before they had completed a single lap, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway will try 4o smooth out the May 30 start with a two-way radio system. Speedway President Tony Hul- raan announced today that a radio transmitter and receiver in his pace car will keep him hi touch with chief steward Harlan Fenger at the starting line. Fengler, in turn, will be in telephone communication with eight observers around the 2V4-mile track. It is impossible to see the entire track from any one spot. Last year the first three cars in the lineup pulled out of the pits ahead of the pace car. Two extra laps were necessary before the lineup could be straightened up for the official start. Then driver Pat O'Connor was fatally injured in a 15-car pileup on the first lap. This year 33 cars will be lined up on the track in 11 rows before their engines are started. Baseball Scores AMERICAN LBAOCK W.t. Pet at 1 Cl*vtl»Dd , .. ......... it t .CM Chicago . v.. ........... . IS il .5T7 Ifc B»HlBOOrt . i.... ....... IS 1* .666, 2 Washington. ......... ...1514 .517 3 Button ..... . .......... Mis .480 4 K*at*a cnr ............ 11 u .440 ft Kew York ....... ....... 11 14 .440 6 Detroit ... , ........... B 17 .34« T*i dame* CI«rel*M at Ntw York. Chlcaga at Boston. Kiaiu CKy lit BalUmoie (N). Dtlrott at WMblnjttm (N). Tnesliy Result* Cleveland 7. kew York 6. Chicago 4. BMtoo t (12 Innings). W*«Hington T, Detroit 4. Kansu Cltr at Baltimore, rain. NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet GB Los Angele* ..... ....... 18 12 .600 Milwaukee ............. 15 10 .800 V, Cincinnati . ... ......... 1412 .538 1 San Francisco ......... 14 13 .519 1\\ Chicago ..... .. ........ IS IS .500 3 PltUburgh . .. ....... ..1214 .4(2 4 Philadelphia . . ......... 1115 .423 5 St. Loul* .!.... ...... ...1018 .857 7 Wednesday Game* PltUburgh at Loa Angeles (N). Milwaukee at St. Louis (N). Cincinnati at Chicago. . Philadelphia at San franeisco. Tuesday Resold Los Angeles 3, Philadelphia L Los Angelei 3. Philadelphia L Chicago 7. Milwaukee 3. St. Louis 7. Cincinnati 4. Plttrburgb 6, San Francisco 5 (12 Innings). J. B. MICKEY I COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY,! PHOTOSTATS i CH 2 1937 839 West Sth*! Dips Favored In Fight Tonight CHICAGO (AP) — Ralph Dupas of New Orleans, a veteran of 02 fights although only 23 years old, is a slight favorite to pad his winning record against rugged Charley Scott tonight. The welterweight 10-rounder in Chicago Stadium will be televised (ABC, 8 p.m. CST) and scored under the five-point must system. Scott, 22-year-old Philadelphia puncher, is seeking his fifth straight victory. He has won 22, losing only 2 and battling to 7 draws. Scott is ranked seventh on the welterweight' ladder by both the National Boxing Assn. and Ring magazine. Dupas, with a 75-11-61 record, is rated No. 2 by the NBA and No. 4 by Ring. Star High Jumper Out Of School BOSTON (AP) —John Thomas the sensational 18-year-old Wfh Jumper who Is recovering, sitls- factorlly from a skin graft on his left foot, has withdrawn from Boston University until next fall when he also plans to resume competition. Thomas said Tuesday, he definitely is out of the National AAU meet June 19. -' He caught his foot in an elevator door March 24. Thomas is walking on crutches in Massachusetts Memorial Hospital. / "The doctor won't say when t can get out of here," he said, "so I've decided to withdraw from school and start over again in the fall. I've missed too much ; to make up now." JOHNSON SEA HORSE FOR 1959 MALOTTS JAYHAWK BOATS 116 S Main—Parts & Service Evening-in-Parii Roll-on Lotion DEODORANT Reg. $1.50 Value KRAMER DRUG STORE 134 S. Main CH 2-2055 ing events, Tom Ragland the broad jump pack with There is no admission charge Last year, OU retired the traveling trophy, by winning three straight titles, so a new will be started this year Winter To Play In Alumni Game Winton A. torney, will Winter, Ottawa at- compete in the an- Where's George? gone to nYassmers "Many a successful career is launched with a good appearance," said George as" he sailed into Wassmer's fora new suit from 39.95. nual Kansas University varsity- alumni game at 3 p.m. Saturday at Memorial Stadium, Lawrence. Winter lettered as a center and end at KU in 1950 and 1951. Several former KU greats who are now playing pro ball will compete in the game. The alumni will hold a practice in the morning before the game to plan strategy. 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