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Comic Dictionary MIDDLE AGE — T^he period xvhen you begin to worry about the morning 1 before the night before. (Cflovrisht, 1W>. by 6v»n E««M CUBS CAN'T STOP REDS A; LITTLE BIT About a Lot Things. 3Tie official baseball rules are two words shorter this year than last. Rule 1,12 used to read "The catcher may wear a leather glove or mitt ..." That wording has been pared to allow only a leather mitt. — Clay Dalrymplc, the veteran catcher now with Baltimore, is credited with triggering the rule change. The . rules committee • acted because he was "platooning" the covering on his left hand. D a 1 r y m p 1 e was happy enough to have the large economy size mitt for catching pitches but, for plays at the plate involving throws from the outfield, a finger glove proved vastly superior. I've read several versions of Clay's method of shifting gloves. One had him carrying a finger glove in a back pocket and the other m e n I i o n e c swapping gloves quickly with the pitcher. Whatever, it isn't legal anymore. The CLAY catcher has to ' DALRYMPLE sljck w j th nis mitt all the way. Actually, Clay - could -have-bec-n-mvol ved-with- three gloves last year, for some catchers wear a golf glove under their mitt. The good old days were when all a catcher wanted was one mitt and a hunk of beefsteak- SUGGESTS REECK /-1LAUDE REECK, 67, Purdue \J wrestling coach since 1937 who is retiring this year, has bee suggested by Don Bork of Grafton for consideration in The Register's Iowa Sports Hall of Fame. Reeck grew up in Grafton (and still has a farm near there), attended high school in Osage and played four gports at Cornell College before being ^graduated in 1926. He revived wrestling as a sport for the Boilermakers and his teams won six Big Ten titles. Reeck has been inducted into the Helms Foundation Wrestling 15 HITS END LaMotta Swings Against Another Cerdan .lake LaMotta (right), who won world middleweight title from Marcel Cerdan's father in June, 1049, Thursday takes a good-natured swing at .MM'tei^t J^e_Kiamesh_a, N.Y. The .voting Frenchman meets Donato Paduano of Canada in 10-round welterweight bout at Madison Square Garden in New York Monday. Elder Cerdan was killed in airplane crash in October 1949 while' on way to _Ne_\v York to meet LaMotta in 'return title ~Ji)OUt." : 8-GAMEOAK STREAK, 8-0 Texans May -Keep Drake From No. 3 22 OUT OF 28 ON BIG CAD WALLOP, 5-2 By Buck-Turnbull Drakp will be gunning for a third straight Missouri Valley Work: 4-Rtm c ° nf erence track title here this!Chicago's Skid to 6j i weekend but expects stiff nppn-' isition from North Texas State; in what shapes np as a two-; team championship race. I Finals in (he shot put, javelin, long jump and six-mile run First Rips Talbot American Association Standings EASTERN DIVISION W. L. -Pet. Iowa 13 3 .813 Indianapolis. .... 9 7 .563 Omaha ..6 8 .429 Evansville 5 9 .357 • v WESTERN DIVISION \ W. L. Pel. Oklahoma City ..11 8 .579 Wichita ....". ..10 11 .476 Tulsa ,-,', 9 1.0 .474 Denver 3"12 ~.294 G.B. j are scheduled today, starting at 3 o'clock in Drake Stadium, along with preliminaries in the shorter races. Fourteen more events are on Saturday's pro- G.B. 2 ' 2 5- First Home Loss CHICAGO, ILL. (AP)-Bernie Carbo's two-run homer in the seventh inning clinched an DRAKE LANDS PREP WHO BROKE OSCAR'S MARK- Hawks Pick Up Speed: J.C. Cage Star Thursday Night's Games Oklahoma. City 8, Iowa 0 Indianapolis 4, DcnVer 3 •• ; Evansville 5, Wichita 1 .Omaha 2, Tulsa 1 (11 innings) Tonight's Games Iowa at Oklahoma City , Omaha at Tulsa Denver at Indianapolis Wichita at Evansville By a Special Correspondent OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. Oklahoma City broke the Iowa Oaks' eight-game winning streak, 8-0, Thursday night with two four-run innings and southpaw Wade Blasingame's six-hit pitching. -. The meeting of the American Association's division leaders turned into a shambles quickly as the 89ers belted right-hander FrecL Talbot Jor five hits and a 4-0 lead in the first inning. The Eastern Division pacesetters hadn't lost since Apr. 26, when they took a 7-0 lead over Indianapolis and then bowed, 10-7. This time the ax fell fast with singles by Rich Chiles and John Mason, doubles by Jack Lind and Larry Howard and a triple Hall of Fame Mike Michalske, star guard with the Green Bay Packers from 1929 through 1937 and Iowa State's football coach soon after World War II, was recently taken into the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame ... The late Paul Christman lacked five hours of being graduated from Missouri, .where he was.an ail-American quarterback in the early 1940s When death came recently, Paul was'working on the final 2>/> hours through a correspondence course ... Doug Knop, the Kansas discus ace who hopes to unseat Washington State's Jan 'Van Reenen as National Collegiate champ" here June 18-20, will work as a graduate assistant with the Alabama coaching _stafjLnext year .while studying for a 1 masters degree in physical education. KAPP RUNS J OE KAPP, the Viking quarterback, hiked the 31-mile route last Sunday as an estimated 20,000 persons (mostly young 'uns) helped raise $160,000 Iowa By Ron Maly and Drake, both of which had championship teams ast season, made major advances along the, basketball recruiting trail Thursday. These were the highlights: Dick Schultz, Iowa's new coach, signed James Speed, a 6-foot 7-inch forward from Imperial Valley (Calif.) Junior College, to a national letter of ntent. Drake's Maury John signed first-team all-staters from three states, including Bob Whitley, a 6-5 standout from Crispus Attucks High School in Indianapolis, Ind., who broke Os- c a r Robertson^ one-season scoring record the past year.. Other freshmen-to-be signing national lettersjgLJDtent with--definitely Drake were Craig Davis, a 6-5 forward-guard who led East Moline to second place in, the Illinois state tournament, and Drake Mark C With week.' wants, nation. iger, a 6-8 center from Neb., who averaged 18 d 16 rebounds. 'One of Best' has also signed 6-6 Jodfrey of Knoxville, ohn regards as one of L versatile and talented n the state. Thursday's big yield, id he has the makings ;st freshman team ever. still hope to sign two •eshmen," Maury com. "I have a promise 6-6 guard and I hope another player next gh John hasn't signed or college forward he the coach said he is y-"iu the running" tor" lie best players in the z said 85 schools were id in Speed, who -aver- aged 25 points and 21 rebounds ast season. Great Help "James will give us a sense of respectability next year," said Schultz, who was named to succeed Ralph Miller as the Hawkeye coach last month. "Speed is a John Johnson- type player, although he's not as -good as Johnson right now. James is a good- ball-handler and strong around the boards. He had 80 assists last season." Speed was the second-leading vote-getter on the all-California junior college team. Schultz said he is interested in signing one more junior college player. It is known the Hawkeye coach wants to reemit Bob Lackey, a 6-5 guard from Casper (Wyo.) J.C. To get him, Iowa must beat out Wisconsin and Marquette. 1 Schultz earlier signed' Neil fegebank, 6-7 all-stater from Paullina, and 6-8 Jim Collins of St. Edmond of Fort Dodge. Both will be freshmen in the fall. Ail-Around Player John made the trip to Indianapolis to personally sign Whitley, who averaged 25 points and 14 rebounds last season. "Whitley can play any position," Maury said. "He reminds me a lot of Willie Wise (a former Bulldog whiz who now plays -for the' Los Angeles Stars)', but he's a more consistent outside shooter."— John described Davis, the leading scorer for East Moline, as "the type of player who can fit in with" our style." Seger was" a star at Benson High School in Omaha. His rebounding average set a school record last season. *Bruins Roll Again, Hike Bulge to for the American Freedom from Hunger Foundation. Each walker had a sponsor. Some earned as little as a penny per mile. Kapp clicked off five bucks per mile for the cause. Joe's ways of whiling away the off-season aren't quite as spectacular as playing a nude movie scene with Ann- Margret, a la Joe Namath, but they do help show that Kapp is an outstanding citizen off the field, too professional Rick Barry, the basketball gypsy spent the season with the Washington, D.C., Caps but, didn't exactly explore the city, "The closest I've been .to the! Capitol was when we had the team! picture taken there," he) recently confessed ... A 34-sta- • tion television network covering' eight jtateL Mil carry—Ibe-finals of the Big Eight track meet at Kansas next Saturday, starting at I p.m. BOSTON, MASS. (AP) - The Bruins, charging-towafds-their first Stanley Cup in 29 years, got two goals by Wayne Cashman Thursday night and trimmed St. ! Louis, 4-1, for their third straight triumph in the best-of-seven National Hockey League championship series. The Bruins can wrap up the title in game No. 4 Sunday. The Blues have now dropped 11 straight final-round games in the last three seasons. The victory was a record. breaking ninth straight for the Bruins in the playoffs. Goalie Glenn Hall, making his first appearance against Boston, kept the Blues in the game with a number of remarkable saves. The Blues' forwards rarely bothered Boston goalie Gerry Oheevers, Cashman's goals-put Former Giant Webb Named First Black Grid Coach HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (AP) - Allan Webb737, former back with the New York Giants, became the fiwt black head coach n professional football history Thursday when he was elevated to reach. serving as an assistant with Scranton, the forerunners ol the Long Island club. Webb was in charge of the defensive backs for the Bulls. . the post by the Long Island Bulls of the Atlantic Coast League. Professional basketball has had several black head coaches and major league baseball has lad minor league managers. There are four black assistants in the National Football League: Emlen Tunnell and —Ar^oo-pounder who played at Roosevelt Brown, who were Arnold College, Webb won of Webb with the Little all-American honors. He played five seasons with the Giants, primarily as a member of the defensive secondary. In moving up to,the head coaching job, Webb succeeds Ed Kolman and Harry Wright, who served as co-head coaches the last three years. Giants; Irv Cross of Philadelphia, and Lionel Taylor of Pittsburgh. ,Webb will have an integrated staff of two assistant coaches- Slick DeCicco, former Marylanc ineman who is white, and Mike Kelly, former Wagner College standout who is black. Kelly will be a player-coach. Webb first joined the Bulls in 1966 after leaving the Giants two third-perux the game our of JPICUU ATTIHT10N Give* BUY LENNOX TOTAL COJUF08T Postpone Two Buckeye Games EAST LANSING, MICH. (AP) — Officials Thursday disclosed that Ohio State baseball doubleheaders against Michigan State and Michigan have been post- xtned because of the shutdown of the Ohio school. Today's games between Michigan State and the Buckeyes will ie played May 2&-30 if they have a bearing on the Big Ten Conference championship. No dates for Saturday's Michigan-Ohio State games were an nounced. by Cesar Cedeno in the opening frame. Talbott rode along without Further damage until the fifth. Then Gary.Geiger tripled, Mason homered, Howard walked and, after an error, Blasingame singled in the third run of the inning and Chiles doubled in the fourth. The 89ers totaled 15 safeties off Talbot, Mike Olivo and Bob Stickles. Blasingame didn't need that much support in raising his record to 3-1. He walked only one and fanned 12, including ~ ~lhe last five. Only one • lowan visited third base. That was in the fourth when. Rene Lachemann, who had forced Bobby Brooks al second, advanced on a passed ball and an infield out, Blasingame got Jim Driscoll on a fly to right to end the inning. " The" Oaks missed their besl chance to score in the first when Ron Clark and Tom Reynolds opened the game with singles. But Blasingame fanned Bill McNulty and got Gene Te nace and Brooks on pop ups to first. IOWA OKLAHOMA CITY abhrbl abhrb Clark 3b .4010 Chiles If .eynolds el 4020 McNulty rf "enace c Jrookt If Lacheman 4000 4000 4020 4000 Anderson ss 3000 Drlscqll 2b '1010 Talbot p 2000 Olivo p 0000 Lewi; ph 1000 ------- oooo »TTo Undss , Cedeno cf Gelser rf Mason 2b Batista 1b Howard 3b Brumlev c Blssnsme p 5 t 5120 S 1 2 5121 523: 5001 3111 3111 401 Stickles p Totaii Total! 40 I IS 7 PATRIOTS SIGN 3 BOSTON, MASS. (AP) - The Patriots Thursday signed three free agents, including Gary Bugenhagen, a former ail-American tackle at Syracuse. BUCKNAM'S 1901 INGERSOLL Open Sun., May lOfh MOTHER'S DAY «.m. TO 9:00 p.m. Serving Complete oieou ipnahle price* PHONE 243-9649 FOR RESERVATIONS lewa ................. ooo too (i o o— o Oklahoma CHy ..... 4»o -• ...... gram. According tn Coach Bob Ehrhart's form chart, his Bulldogs could win as many as. eight of the 18 titles and still be hard pressed to stave off North j Texas in the team scoring. Drake's Best "A lot will depend on how heavily we can score .in .our good events like the 440, 880 and the mile,'" said Ehrharl. "We have to pile up the 'points there if we hope, to win-the championship." Ehrhart believes—his—young distance star, sophomore Lynn Lee of Mason City is capable of posting a double victory in the ,hree-and six-mile . runs. Lee .von the league's cross-country title last fall. The Drake coach also likes his own Rick Wanamakcr in the high jump, defending champion Brent Slay to repeat in the 440, Dave Nauman to take the 880 and Steve Tdhnsorrtor win the mile: The Bulldogs also are heavily favored in the mile relay, returning their entire championship foursome from a year ago, and should make, strong first- place bids in the pole vault, discus and triple jump. Six places counr^ in the team totals, on a 10-8-6-4-2-1 basis, and North Texas appears to have the depth to make a good VALLEY- Please turn to Page Three eighth straight victory for Cincinnati and handed the Cuba their sixth consecutive' defeat, 5-2, Thursday. The Reds—now 22-6 — handed the Cubs their first home defeat after 10 straight victories as Jim ' McGlothin (2-3) bested rookie Joe Decker. Carbo homered after Lee May's leadoff single. Dave Concepcion's third straight single and Pete Rose's double produced the third run of the inning and 5-1 Red lead. Chicago scored in the third on Don Kcssinger's triple and Glenn Beckert's sacrifice fly after wasting a big chance in the second with the bases loa'ded and none out. Ernie Banks collected his first hit in 23 trips, a double in the seventh, and he scored on Willie Smith's pinch-double. CINCINNATI abrhbl \ Rose r( Helms 3b 'Tolan cf ' Perez 3b Bench c LMav 1h Carbo If Concepcn y MGIolhln D Carroll p 4 1 5 0 4 1 3 0 4 0 CHICAGO ; „ , ab r h bl 1 Kessinqer ss 4 1 1 o 0 Becker! 2b .1 0 n 1 0 BWIIIams If 4000 1 Santo 3b 4010 0 Callison rl 4 0 1 n 41-10 Banks 1b 4122 Day cf 4 1-3 0 WSrnlth oh 2000 CJames cf 0000 Martin c Decker o Abernthv p Hall nh— — Reaan-o ~— 2110 2000 1011 1000 2000 2000 oooo- -1-0 00 ~0 00 0 — Tolal Cincinnati .14511 4 ' Total 0 o _ too 001 loo— s Chicago .601 000 100—1 E-^Callison. DP—Cincinnati 1, .Chicago 1. LOB—Cincinnati 6, Chicago i. 28— Tolan, Rose, Banks. W.Smlth.' 3B— Kessinaer. HR-Tcarbo (5). SB-Carbo. S-McGlothlln. SF-Beckert, Pe_n McGlothlln (W.3-2) > 1-3 J I _ Carroll 2-30 0 0 Decker d.,1-2) 61-39 5 4 Abernalhy %...,.. 2-3 0-00 Regan 2 200 Save-Carroll. T-2:20. A-14,101. ORTIS ORBITS ROME, ITALY (AP) - Ortis won the Italian Derby, Italy's richest race with $160,000 prize money, Thursday, The Baseball Scoreboard National League American League Standings EASTERN DIVISION .. W. L. Pel. G.B. Chicago ..13 10 .565 ... New York 13 13 ,500 IVz Philadelphia ....13 13 .500 IVz Pittsburgh 12 14. .462 2Vz St. Louis 10 12 ..455 2Vz Montreal 7 16 .304 6 WESTERN DIVISION W. L. Pet. G.B. Cincinnati 22 6 .786 ... Atlanta 15 11 .577 6 Los Angeles ....14 12 .538 7 San Francisco ..13 15 .464 9 Houston 12 16 .429 10 San Diego 11 17 .393 11 Thursday's Games Cincinnati 5, Chicago 2 San Diego 8, Philadelphia 2 (N) .Montreal 15, San francisca 8 (N) Los Angeles 7, New York 4 (10 innings, N) Pittsburgh 9, Houston 5 (N) Only games scheduled Today's Pitchers ' -r 2—TN—San Diego (Cot-kins 0-3 and Santorini 1-4) at Montreal (Ren• ko 1-3 and Waslewski 0-1) N—San Francisco (Puente 0-0) at New York (Gentry 3-0) N—Los Angeles (Osteen 3-3) at 'Philadelphia (Fryman 2-0) Cincinnati (Merritt 6-1) at Chicago (Holtzman 3-3) N—Pittsburgh (Blass 2-3) at Houston (Griffin 1-4) N—St. Louis (Gibson 2-1) at Atlanta (Jarvis 3-2) Standings EASTERN DIVISION W. L. Pet. Baltimore .17 8 .680 Detroit 14 10 .583 Boston 13 11 .542 .New York .......15 13. .536 Washington ....13 13 .500 Cleveland 9 14 .391 WESTERN DIVISION W. L. Pet. Minnesota .....16 8 .667 ... California 16 9 .640 Vz . Chicago 11 13 .458. 5 ' Oakland 12 15 .440' 5 Kansas City .... 8 17 .320 8 Milwaukee 7 20 .259 10V Z G.B. 2 3Vi .3Vi 4 7 G.B. Thursday's Games Baltimore 7, Kansas City 6 (N) Milwaukee 5, Boston 1 (N) Minnesota 9, Detroit 6 (N) California SrWashingtpn> 0 (N) New York 7, Oakland 3 (N) Only games scheduled Today's Pitchers N—Boston (Romo 2-0) at Oakland (Dobson 1-4) N—New York (Cumberland 1-1) it California (Wright" 3-2) N—Kansas City (Johnson 0-0) at Detroit (Kilkenny 2-0) N—Minnesota (Kaat 4-1) at Cleveland (Moore 3-1) N—Chicago (Janeski 2-1) at Baltimore (Palmer 3-2) Only games scheduled Anderson. ace ty 10. . _.nd, Howard, Chiles. 3 elger. HR—Mason (2). SB- o?,'v b o ot(L '°-" fil'l 8 stickles . - 2 30 I 4 i 0 o x—I LOB-lowa 7. -Cedeno R8BSO 626 0 0 1 B'lnVrVime <W. M) 6 0 . « 1 12 PB — T enace, Brumley 2. T—2:13. A-606. -- TALLY HO! FOE DINNER FOR MOM on Mother's Day Serving from noon 'til 9 for reservations Col/ 276-3479 MOTORS and WE SEU 'EM WE INSTALL 'EM! 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