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Point ^ IIHIIIIIIUIIIIIIUUHIIiilllllillim I w- Blank V >«. iiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiffiiiiiiiiiinimiiiiiiiiii By Don Bryant Sunday Sports Columnist Boston Hurlers’ Sharpness Continues Hollywood. Fla. — It’s a long time until football season, but the Orange Bowl is a frequent topic of conversation in this tourist-minded area of the Sunshine State. Asked what the OB committee would do if Oklahoma should repeat as Big 8 champion and be ineligible to play as a result of the still-pending NC.XA probation, Jimmy Burns, sports editor of The Miami Herald said: “Orange Bowl official.^ have indicated they would resort to the escape clause of their contract.“ Genial Jimmy also said that he “assumed the OBC and the Big 8, will reach an amicable parting and make a joint announcement ’’ On the subject of the future, after the present tie up with the Big 8 expires or is voided Burns says: “My guess is that the OBC, when it begins going into the open market for both teams — this starts in 1962—will try for the best possible teams for an intersectional game. It would prefer a southern against an eastern eleven, or even the latter against a good midwest team.” Any way you cut it, folks dowm here aren’t making long range plans with the Big 8 in mind. .And the breakup may come next fall. Don'l Blame Tony Remember the 1959 World Series game when Chicago White Sox catcher Sherm Lollar was thrown out by half a mile trying to score from first on Al Smith’s double? Chisox 3rd base coach Tony Cuccinello was roasted good by the TV-casters and the scribes covering the game for waving Lollar, a notoriously slow runner, around third. But neither Cuccinello nor Lollar deserve the “goal” tag for the el goofo which took the Sox out of the game and possibly cost them the series. That's what the White Sox brass here claim. “Smith was the man responsible for the rock,” said a Chisox official here, w'ho asked to remain annonymous. “He hit the ball and then started running, without watching the ball. He tore around second with his head down. Lollar saw' him coming and took out for home, know’ing Smith w'ouldn’t stop at second. It was either an out at the plate trying to score or two men standing on 3rd base. Smith forgot a Cardinal rule of base-running—watch the ball.” Full A«:reunH‘iit Another camp official agreed with the account and added: “If it hadn’t been for that Larry Sherry, the Dodgers would have been all washed up. We had him groggy, but let him get off the hook, and he becomes a series hero. If it hadn’t been for that lousy play. Sherry probably wouldn’t have been heard from again. But that’s the way It happens—from getting shelled to hero because of one goof.” So goes the backstage chinning in a spring training camp. 1960 Three-I League Schedule ORIIN lAY fOX cmi$ (AmiTONl CIDAR tARIDS ■'•rt'»««" •URLINCTON DtS MOINIS SIOUX CITY UNCOLM TOriKA AT CRfIN lAY •ASflAU*t Mtf «; SO* (r»*.), 31 July 3 », 4 » « S«pt. 3 . i* (Alt ), I, • Apr 3 «. M»y 1 * (I),* Junt 2 T. 2t, 2 t July 31 *. Auf. 1 , 2 Miy 3 . 4 . i lune 30 ( 2 ), July l,t Aut 3 . 4 , S Miy 14 . IS*. 14 June 1 $. 17 , U Auy IS Mey 17 . It, 1 » June II*, 29 , :t, U Aug. 13 , a*, IS JuB* 3 . 4 . S* ( 2 ) July 22 , 23 , 24 * Aug. 39 , 31 , Sept I June 4 , 7 , * July If. 2 «. 21 Aug. 27 , U» ( 2 ), tt AT fOX CITIIS (APPLITONI Mty 2 »*, 34 * (Alt)i June 1 July 4 * (Eye.), S: 7 Sept. 2; 4 *. 5 * (Ete); 7 OIDIST Mey 2 . 4 . t June 30 ( 2 ), July 1,2 Aug 3 , 4,4 Apr, 30 , Mey I» ( 2 ), 2 June 27 . 21 . 2 » July 31 *. Aug. 1,2 Mey 17 . II. 1 » June 1 »*, 20 , 21 . 22 Asg. 13, a*, 1$ Mey 14 , IS*, I« June a. 17 . II Aug. 0 , 10 , 11,12 June 1 , 7 . > July It. 20 . 21 Aug. 27 , 21 * ( 2 ), 2 » June 2 , 4 . S* ( 2 ) July 22 . 23 , 24 * Aug. 30 , 31 , Sept. 1 AT CIDAR RAPIDS Mert, 7 .t*,t Juo« 13, a. IS Aug. «, 7 *, E Apr. 27 , 21 . 2 t June 23 , 24 . IS. 20 * July 21 , 20 . 30 CLASS-I** Mey 37 , June 1 ; 3 July IS, If. 17 *. 1 $ Sept. I. 7 . S Mey 20 , 21 , 22 *. 22 July 22 , 23 , 24 * Sept. 3 , 4 *, 4 * June 7 . 1 . * July 12 . 13,14 Aug. 23 , 24 , 24 , 2 t Apr. 14 *, 25 . 24 June 29 , 21 , 22 July 3 *, 4 * ( 2 ), I Mey 10 . IT. II, If July 0 , f, » Aug. If, IT. It AT •URLINCTOM Apr. 27 . 21 , 20 June 23 , 24 , 24 , ! July 23 . 23.30 Mey 0 , 7 . 3*0 June 13, a, IS Aug. 0 , 7*. 3 June 4 , S*. 0 July 24 . 24 . 27 Aug. II. 20 , 31 *. 23 tueui June 7,1 ( 2 ). f July 12 , 13 . a Aug. 31 , Scpu 1 ,S Mey 20 . 21 , 22 *. If July 22 . 23 , 24 * Sept 3 , 4 *. I* Mey 10 . 17 , II. If July t. 7 , t Aug. If, 17 , II Apr. 24 *. 21 . 21 June 20 , 21 , 22 July 3 *. 4 * ( 2 ), t AT OIS MOINtt Apr. 24 *. II, 10 July 1 $. II, 17 *, 11 Aug. If, 17 . II Mey 10 , 11 , 12 , « June 10 , a. 12 * July 24 , 20 , 27 Mty 21 , 20 *, 30 * July 0 , 10 *. 11 Aug. 27 , 20 *. 30 , 3 f Mey 24 , 24 , 20 July 10 . 20 , 21 Aug. U. 24 , 14 . 20 f UTS ITS May 3 !. Jane 1 , 2,1 July 3 * 4 *. f Sepl. 0 , 7 ,S Apr. 30 .Meyl*<|),l June 13 , 14 . II Aug. 0 , 7 *,« Mey 7 . I*. $ June 23 , 24 . 15 , M* Aug. 3 . 4.1 AT SIOUX CITY May It. 11 . It U June It, a, IX* July 24 , 20.27 Apr. 24 *lS ,20 July 11 , 10 . a», 2f Aug. II, 17 , IS Mey 21 . M. 20 . ST July II, 20 , 21 Aug. 31 , Sept. 1 , S Mey 20 , 20 *. 30 * July 0 , 10 *. II Aug. 2 T, 20 *, 2 t,ff Juuef. S*,t July 0 . 7 . 0 Aug. If, 20 , 21 *. 22 rirrr-TMiRO Mey 7 . I*, f June 23, 24 , 2 S, 30 * Aug. 3 , 4 , S Apr. 31 . Mey t* ( 2 ). 2 June 13 . a, IS Aug. 0 , :*, S AT tlNCOLM May 31,12*. 32 July It U, 10 Aug. 23. 23, Mayl 4 , 2 S,M July 0 , 10 * ( 1 ), 11 Aug. 10 . 21 . 21 * May It 14 , II* June 10 , a. 12 * Aug. It 13, a*. II May II. a, « JuM II. 17 , 11 , II* Aug.^itU Mty t 4 . 5 . 0 June 27 , 21 , 20 July 21 , 23 , 30 Apr. 27 , 23 , 20 June 30 , July 1,2 July 31 * (I), Aug. 1 , t SUSOH Mey 27 , 21 , 20 * ( 2 ) July 14 , If. 17 * Sept. t 4 *. I* AT TOPIKA May 34 L 11 , 20 July 0 , 10 * (t), U Aug. 10 , 20 , 31 * Mey 21 , 32 * 32 July It It 14 Aug. at 3 t 34 , 21 Mey 10 . IX, 13 June 10 . 17 . It Ifl Aug. 3 , 10 . It May It 14 , IS* Juna 10 . a, II* Aug. U, It 10 *. U Apr. 27 . 23,10 Juae 30 . July 1,2 July 31 * (I), Aug. 1,1 MaytCTt Junu 27 , XI, 2 f July 31 . 33 , 30 May 30 *n). 3 I.JgiMl Juna 20.17 (I) Sept. 0 . 7,0 IN INO lu 4 ica*M SunSayt an 4 l Hell 4 ayt Yanks Get 3 Hits As Bosox Will, 4-1 New York (i?)—The fine showing of the Boston Red Sox pitching staff continued Saturday when a trio of hurlers held the New York Yankees to 3 hits for a 4-1 victory. The game was played in windy, 50-degree weather before a small, chilled crowd of 3,585. Dave Hillman allowed two| ' ! hits in the first 3 innings. Bill, ; Monbouquette hurled hitless Host, HC’s Oslioriie Sparkle Kearney Belays Attract Kifiht Kearney — Host Kearney State walked off with 9 first places here Saturday in the annual Kearney Relays. strong team depth, over shadowed a brilliant performance by Hastings College’s Jack Osborne and the Hastings shuttle hurdle crew. ’60 Little Chiefs Plans Underway Cleveland Rook Halts Pale Hose ball over the middle 3 and Nelson Chittum finished it off. The Yankee run came on rookie outfielder Deron Johnson’s homer in the second inning off Hillman. The latter, obtained from the Chicago Cubs in a winter deal, was working for the first time since sustaining an injury to his right (pitching) shoulder in an auto accident near Scottsdale, Arizona, on March 9th. Three Yankee pitchers were tagged for 7 hits and issued 11 walks. Rookie lefthander Billy Short gave up 4 blows and a run in 5 innings. Art Ditmar was tagged with the loss when Boston scored 3 unearned runs in the 6th because Faces T Can Atlas Dethrone Mat Terror? Those who know, and occupy the front row seats to prove it, say there’s just one hope left of seeing professional wrestling terror Doctor X unveiled. That hope, they report, is The Mighty Atlas, who The Little Chief Ba.seball i Interest in the program has Club is busy preparing for the grown each year, coming baseball season, re- The eligible age for partici- ports the club president, John pation in the program has Comstock. been set this year at ages 8 This 25-man group -sponsors through 12. The 8 and 9 year the Little Chief Baseball As- olds will form the minor lea- sociation, a summer baseball gue teams and the 10, 11 and program for Lincoln boys. .p. . , , . . . j The registration date for' league teams. ^ J..*!.?! youths to join has been set Approximately 16 boys will for Monday, Apr. 25. Registra- be assigned to each team and tion will be conducted at 6 the program is expected to de- major school locations. velop from 100 to 125 teams. The president further stated Six team leagues will be form- out in the 7th, then .Johnny the total number of boys reg- ed in each major school area. Klippstein hurled hitless bail Osborne won the high jump, istered last year was almost The boys will be assigned to for the final two innings. \ broad Jump and hop, step and 2,000 boys. The club feels this teams as much as possible double by Minnie Minoso and jump, and helped the shuttle number to be the practical on a neighborhood basis with a single by Al Smith scored limit of the program with the necessary adjustitients to bal- the one Chicago run. existing fields and manpower, ance for numbers and ages. Rookie outfielder Walt Bond ^ homer , Hair kins Hurls J Hitless Frames Mobile, Ala. — Rookie Wynn Hawkins, a 24-year-old New Waterford, Ohio, rlght- 12 year olds will form major l hurled 5 hitless and runless innings for the Cleveland Indians Saturday in beating the Chicago White Sox 4-1. The Chisox got only two hits —both off Bob Grim with two worked two hitless innings at the end and fanned 4. Don Buddm drove in two Boston runs w'ith a double in the 6th after Berra’s error. Boston 010 00.1 00(1-4 7 1 j .New York 010 000 000—I 3 2 j Hillnian. Manbouquette ( 4 ). Chittum I (7» and Sullivan; Short. Ditmar (6), Duren (8) and Berra VV—Monbouquette. L—Ditmar Home Runs; New York, Johnson. \als (Jobber Farm Hamk ¡iohhelt\ Bertoia Clout Home Baas quartet capture that event. Eight schools competed in the college meet — Kearney, Wayne State, Doane, Hastings, McCook Junior College, Lu- i ther College, Creighton and ' Nebraska Wesleyan. Wesleyan grabbed seconds in the shuttle hurdles and the | two-mile relay. NWl ’s Bob i Hiisteed was 3rd in the jave-1 lin, while Dave Crawford and I Hart St. John tied for 6th in liie pole vault. Paul Martin of Wesleyan Paper Says Havana Will Lose IL Club Jersey City to Aetiaire Franchise Says Boehester Baseball Writer tangles with the hooded X had a 6th in the broad jump. The summaries: Tuesday night in Pershing Muncipal Auditorium’s wrestling feature. Atlas, equipped with the chunkiest chest in the mat game, intends to employ his built-in power to demask promoter Jack Pesek’s “mystery guest.’’ He’ll probably need all the energy he can geni'r- at(‘ Sharing top billing with the Atlas-X blastoff is a mixed . 4 A I e * A sprint Medlf'y — 1. Kt arney «Jouf iiuy. tag team match featuring two \Khob, Krau^ sneii): 2 . waym? i gals and Iwo midgets. i '• Sloe-eyed M i 11 i e Stafford and Cowboy Bradley go * C«ok JC; 3. Wesleyan; 4. Wayne; 5. against blond Ixirraine John-: *' ’T"“' son and Tiny Roe. iitgb lump—i. ostxmne. h . e-o: Tie T i J .rt.. .r I for 2nd, .3rd, lUi between Feis. I.,awtiead, Jerry Christy and Otto Von! shrader. aii ui Keamey at mo On the Track MO.yard relay — I, Kearney (Haun. Glanakos, .Nichols, MUJer). 2. Hastings; 3, Doane; 4, Wayne; 5. Wesleyan; 6. Luther. Time—1.32 6. ilistancr medley—1, Kearney (Pierce, Moore, .Shubert, Snell); 2. Wayne; 3, Dftane Time 10:49 5 4iiO-y»rd high hurdle shuttle relay—1, Haítings »Kieborz. Osborne. Hayes, Peter- xin>; 2, Wesleyan; 3. Kearney , 4, W ay ne; D.rane lime S', o. 2-ml!e reía»—I. Ki'arn»'> 'Mars. Mr (io,\ n. Dean. M.i'-on»; 1’ Weslevan; .t W.i\ne; 4. ll.Mtmus Time H 1!) 8 ili-iard relas —I Ki-arne.v Iluun. C 1» Miller. H, M.lîer»; . liii.uii. I, » 1. Wesle.van, .> W.iyiie (i Luthtr. r,me 416. Rochester, X.Y. (.4^ — The Havana Sugar Kings w' i 11 move their International League baseball club to Jersey City within 30 days, the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle said Saturday. A story by George Beahon, the paper’s baseball writer. Mighty .Vtlas Krupp inaugurate the 8-30 p m. show while The Crusher meets Taro Myaki in the warmup to the final two events. Idolater Displays Strong; Derby Ability at Laurel Laurel, Md. — Alfred G. Vanderbilt’s Idolater showed Kentucky Derby distance running ability Saturday by giving up the lead and then coming on again in winning the $27,330 Chesapeake Slakes. The grey son of .Maiimoud, given a left handed whipping tance m 1*50, only three-! _ filths behind the I.aurel ree-1 Old. ! Shot Put—1. Jacohv, K. 51 6»«: 2, Hir- CfHk. K. 50-9. 3. Reiners. M. 48-8^; 4, Willi.un*. H. 47-7. Hfoud Jumi»—1, Dshorne, H. 22 1; 3. Skinner. D. 22-0; 3. Williams. K. 21 9D; 4. Barnhart, K. 21-4*”; b. W’aitley. 11. 21 4'«. 6. Paul Martin. .NW’C, 21-3. JavfUn—I. Bolton, K. 193-6'-?; 2, TownJ, W. 170-6; 3. Hob Bu-teed, NWC, 163-11. Poll* Vault-1. He between Kraus, Lawrence. Lawhead. all from Kearney, at 12-feet: 4-5. He b**tween Kearney, K, and Hubza. W, at 116 6, lie l>etween i»a\e Crawford »nd Hart St. John, both of Wesleyan, at 11 feet. Hop, step and Jump—1, Osborne, 42-^<; 2. Barnhart K 41 ll'i 3. K. Kearney, K 40-«'".:. Disru »-1 Williams H, U5-2. 2, Reiners, ,M 142 11 j Shrff K. 137 2 '2 said the Havana club will leave Cuba after its 13-day opening home stand. Beahon, who Is covering the Rochester Red Wings in Homestead, Fla., said league officials refused to confirm the story Saturday. But he said International t?eague president Frank Shaughnessy did not deny it. “We refuse to answer that Ursl rs e. niirsf pNi. H.lnung. 4 qUCStion.” Bcahon qUOtCd and uu, 6 furli,nK*. linir — 1 : 153 . g, , * , St I Ik padron' 6 8(1 *ki 'Ho Snaughncssv as saving when .................lic asked him if Havana »ould ’■"» finish the sea.son in Cuba. Si-f I d rare, pur»«* 5IMI0. elalmlng. Nrb. ; This Will bC Havatta’S 7th hr«*d 4 and up, 6 furlongs. Time—1:15. _ . . Buiy-iw* Gon (Gibtiofu) 11 80 4 40 2 10 scason itt thc Icaguc. The only Gypsy Dan (T. Arm- Foiiiier Rusiiltii« *iATI UIIAY III by Jockey Hobby Ussery in the stretch, defeated F'ortune P. Ryan’s Whitechapel by a length and a half in the mile and 8th race. Idolater, giving N'anderhilt hib best hopeful: Denver T' — Some 15,300 Derby winner since his great women bowers will be head- native dancer was licked | ing for Denver during the there in 1953, covered the dis-1 next 6 weeks. They’ll be coming from 42 .states, the District of Colurn- Check With Us and You’ll Find . .. OUR RATES ARE LOWER on rill car Cr truck rcntols! AkNEX GARAGE \pril Fool Farm’s April Skies was .3rd in the field trimmed to 5 by the scratching of Yomolka, Playgoer and Tlmherlane. Elkcam Stable’s Kennation was 4th and Waiter .\1. Jef. ford:-’ .Merganser la.st. Idolater and Whitechapel bia and Canada to compete in the Women’s International Bowling Congress tournament. This will open at 8 Thursday w hen Mrs. .Margar-' I * 1 • , I Atl«*mlinit* 4.930 et J aylor, who organized Den-1 T..tai i,h 0215,172. \(*r’s first feminine leaeue in 1921. ndls the first ball! The congif's.s will iiold its, Ktrong > 3 80 2.60 Parker (Overton) 2 60 Al.»—Barney Boy, .M im Rene. Powered Valley. Sondean. Burning Candle. Penny, Dally Double paid t30.O6. Third race. $800. elaiming. 4 and up. 6 lurtonai. Time—1:15.2. ____ I U Jr. (Padrón) 4 90 3 80 2 80 nignt gamC. Dream Byrd H. (Sterk) 10 00 5 80 iKie Rabbit (Overton) 3 00 .VUo- Bold Time. Dr. Ben Vay, Count (obra. Red Rider. Grand Red. I>andy Hill, t'ncle Horace. Fourth rare. pur»e $700. rlalmlDg. 4 and up. 6 furlong». Time—1:15.0. rich fOverion) 6 80 3 40 1 20 Mark Ixivc '(Juinn) 3.20 2 HO Thom«.» H (DaVI») Aluo Bankw Bill, Polly Ann. Blue F'olley, Inquwitor, Sew .New» Fifth rare. pur»e $70«. claiming. 4 and UP. 6 furlong», rime-1*1.5 1. Cedar Red 'Quinn) 20 80 8 40 1 40 Nadora (Gibbon») 9 20 3 80 Qaid Patch (Cotrea) 140 Also—.Nymph’» Bride, By Ray, Little Paul. Diamond J Sixth rare, puree $1000, rlaimtng, 4 ■ nd up. 5'? lurlong». Time—1:08 4. Ktmcry « Padrón » 15 40 5 80 .1 60 Kid Uobin 'IliKighton) 3 40 2 40 •Money Groie 'Sh.i'-'Z» 1 4<) \ls«« Thud B.isie. Baby Jet, .Shanty Rtsl, Flashuiii Stark, .Sltgo St»l. .Setriitli rare, pur»r $100«, rlaimtng. I and up, 6't furlong». Tune— 1:29.:i O Ki 'Ovt-noni 14 8« >6« 4 00 Shadow Roll < Padrón) 4 6« 1 2« ( hicuelo ■; Brow n) 6 20 -Glory llunn.v. Mi»ler Fidelity, Ikile ('hoice. I ncle Herman, Gay Bud <iy Fifbth rare. pur»e $150«, handirap. 4 and up. 5'r luriiiiii». Time—1 :U7.2. Cranium Dream (Brown) 10 60 4 («) 3 20 M'MH'her (Thillei 4W 160 .Midnight <) I Morn») 4 20 Alio .Mac Mullen, Coitfo Maid, Tondi, King lloiM-ful. Ninth rare, purae $709, rUimlng, 4 ■ nd up. i (uriungs. Time—I 15 0. ! 'Feacher Tu (Hare) $.2« 3.60 2 40 I Cathryn Ann Cl’hille) 4.40 2.60 P w ‘ Monacoan (T Armstrong) 2 80 **"■ t Alw«- Fleet Champ. Loving Dove, Ly- major incident involving the club on this strife-torn island occurred last July when gunfire from the stands punctuated a Rochester-H a v a n a of the exhibition season with a runner on hase, to account for thej last two Cleveland scores in the 7th inning off Bob Shaw. It was a 4(H)-footer into a stiff wind toward the plate. rhleago ««« IMI« 1(H)—1 * 1 Cleveland !(>« (H)l 20 *—4 8 0 •Shaw, W.vnn (8> and I,nllar; Hawkins. Grim (6). Klippstc n (8» and Nisnn, Ro- m.ino <3* W-lfawkin.s I, Shaw, Home run»: Cleveland, Bi*nd. Birds Beaten Bv IL Team Richmond. Va. (iT^Rookie Chuck Estrada, expected to be a starter for the Baltimore Orioles this season, was treated roughly by Richmond Saturday a.s t h e International Learue te'^m Ahiuped the Orioles 6 - 2 m an exhibition game. The Virginians made 7 hits au(i 5 runs off the 22-year-old right-hander in 3 innings. KulUmore Oil (HH) )MiO—2 7 0 Kirbmond 203 (HH 00»—« 10 0 Kctrada. H Brown (4), Barber (7) and Green; BronMad, Blaylock (4>. and Gonder. Shantz (6). W’-Blaylock. L Estrada. Home run»—Baltimore. Power, Richmond. Hamner. Thomaa, Charlotte. X.C. — Three- run homers by Dan Dobbek and Reno Hertoia carried the Washington Senators to a 15-0 exhibition victory over Charlotte of the Class -A Sally I League Saturday. I Dobbek hit his homer in the 6th inning w'ith the Senators already ahead 9-0. Bertoia’s came in the 9th. Washington got 4 runs in the first on a single by Ken .\spremonte, doubles by Don .Mincher and Harmon Killebrew, a hit batsman and a walk. ?'ive more runs trotted across in the 3rd on two walks, two errors and singles by Lennie Green, Jose ! Valdiellso and pitcher Russ Kemmerer. Wafthington (AL) 405 003 601—15 1« 0 Charlotte (SAL) 0(H) (H)0 000— 6 5 3 Kemmerer, Katt ( 4 ). Lee (7), and Naragun; Furlow, Chimque (4). Felker ! (7). and l.avalliere, Stugoskl (7). HR Dubbek, Bertoia W Kemmerer. L- Furlow Foctofy Trained Men give you fost Havana is a farm team of the Cincinnati Reds whose general manager Gabe Paul, said in Cincinnati Saturday Beahan’s report “is absolu- 9 w (ely news to me.” and added. “I think I w’ould have heard about it. “I talked by telephone two days ago with Bob Maduro service. “Gloss" for oil model Auto Glass (head of the Havana team) and he said everything was going well, but he was trying to get another pitcher. Every Day LlneoInS Newest & f inest OPEN BOWLING • Free Instruetion Featuring King*» fine FmM» PARKWAY Lanes S555 8«. 41 IV 8-om SINGER BOYS 2000 N Auto Ports 23rd & Adomt mUFFLERr ALWAYS CHECK OUR PRICES! ^ bntaUalioa fUtt ÉGIC MUFFÉ SUMMER bowling league y/omeii • Men's - Mixed FREE Instruction Morning, Afternoon, Cvtning BOWL-MOR LANES 302 So. 9 HE 2 7416 NURSERY—SNACK BAR Air Conditioned Comfort WRESTLING Tues., Apr. 19,8:30 P.M. 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NOW ... you con buy the all new 1960 BUICK (on Mowbray's easy ownership plan) . , . eq^uip* ped with heater, windshield washer, deluxe steering wheel, directional signols, aluminum brake drums, oil tiller, electric wipers, sotety plate gloss, dual horns, 15" wheels, padded dosh, and magic mirror poinf . . . for *2497 Come in — Demonstrotors Avoiloble »177 down Only ^77 per month down cash or trode twUli quallft»d «TPdll) ti TOP MONEY PBESENI MB MOWBRAY BUICK "RAMBLIR-JEEP" 1400 "Q" Street HE 2-1027 Foytack Has ^Day’ Against A’s Tillers Cop 5~l Triumph West Palm Beach, Fla. if)— Detroit’s Paul Foytack, ineffective through most of the (zrapefruit League season, redeemed himself Saturday with a strong 6-inning pitching performance in the Tigers’ 5-1 triumph over the Kansas City .Athletics. Steve Bilko smashed a long Yo^r Ben a dropped a“'thrw I 2*™ at home plate. Ryne Duren I they scored 3 runs against Neii Garver in the 4th inning to wrap up the decision. Foytack limited the .Athletics to one run and 4 hits in 6 innings and did not walk a batter. Pete Burnside finished. The Athletics’ lone run crossed in the second on a homer by Norm Siebern. Foytack had made 5 appearances prior to Saturday and had been battered for 12 earned runs in 19 innings. The performance probably saved his spot in the starting rotation. Dftroit (HH) 3(H) (Hit—5 9 A K«n»a» ntv «10 (HH) 000—1 .5 0 FiYvuick. Hurnkid«* (<», .»nd B»>r!M*ri'( G.irver, Ji»hn.sun '6). Kutynala and t'hiti. II Fnyiack I. (larv« r Hi*mpruns. Dptroit, Bilku; Kan.sas Cit.v. Su*b»'rn. lia.M'hall BIG KIGIIT MKsnurl 9. \I HK4sK4 « Okl.nlionia SI. 11. kaiiNUH si. 2 lima slate 6 Kaii<i»» I (11 innings) Oklahoma 13 Colorado 10 (11 innings) BIG TKN Ml«h. SI. 5-7, .\lma 1-0 Ohio SC. 1-3. I'itt 0-2 Arizona 10, low» 5 STATE ( OLI.EGE St. Cloud 5-3. Omaha T. 6-1 OTHERS Vanderbilt 9. . Kentu« ky 8 W, Virgins 16. Davldbon 4 N. C.arulliia Si. 5. I leitison 0 Aril. St. 6. Cal 4

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