Dover Daily Reporter, May 23, 1964, Page 37

Publication: Dover Daily Reporter May 23, 1964

Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - May 23, 1964, Dover, Ohio * * ' •• v    •'    -v •    ...............................^ ‘Poor’ Bo Bored J Belinsky’s won and lost record may not show it but he’s pitched exceptionally well all Pate 37, Hie Daily Reporter, Dover, Ohio Saturday, May 23, 1964 Eddie Sachs „ Jim Hurtubise QUALIFIERS IN “500"—Here are three more qualifiers in the 600-mile race at Indianapolis Memorial Day—Eddie Sachs of Detroit, Jim Hurtubise of N. Tonawanda, N.Y., and Dave MacDonald of Riverside, Calif. By JOE REICHLER Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP)—Make of it what you will but Bo Belinsky has never pitched better as an Angel than he has this year and he’s never been more bored. “I don’t know what’s happened to me,” said the Los Angeles left-hander, who used to mix pleasure with a little bit of baseball thrown in. “But nothing seems to excite me. Everything has become one great big bore.” Unlike his first two years with the Angels, little has been heard of Bo’s off-the-field activities this season. It’s assumed he has been behaving. “Yeah, I’m behaving like a ball player,” said the fun-loving pitcher. “I’m in a rut. “Other years I could hardly wait to come to New' York,” added the 26-year-old Belinsky. “This has always been my kind of town. Good shows, fine food, beautiful dames. “I just don’t dig that stuff any more. The night clubs don’t have it any more for me. I guess it’s me. I must be getting old.”Cincy With Big Inning CINCINNATI (AP) — Eight runs on seven hits, a walk, an error and a couple of mental lapses in a weird sixth inning gave the Chicago Cubs an easy 9-1 victory over the Cincinnati Reds Friday night. Until the sixth, veteran southpaw Joe Nuxhall had allowed only two hits and was working with a one-run lead. Here is the way that 25-minute inning — the ball game — went: Jim Stewart singled and stole second when Nuxhall picked him off first but no one covered second base. Billy Cowan walked. Billy Williams doubled home two runs and took third on a wild throw to the plate. Ron Santo singled Williams across. Ernie Banks singled. Andre Rodgers sacrificed but reached first when catcher John Edwards tried for a force-out at third. Jim Schaffer brought Santo and Banks home with a single. Nuxhall was replaced by John Tsitouris. Schaffer stole second as Rodgers was caught off third —and got back safely when third baseman Steve Boros missed the tag. Stewart got a two-run single. Cowan doubled to score Stewart. The Reds now have lost their last three games.Rosewoll Upset In Tennis Play COLLEGE PARK. Md (AP) — Alex Olmedo, the one-time U.S. Davis Cup star, upset top-seeded Ken Rosewall, 7-5, 7-5, Friday night and entered the semifinals of the six-day professional tennis tournament at the University of Maryland. Olmedo, unseeded here, rallied from a 5-2 deficit in the first set using his big serve and strong forehand to take command against the defending pro champion. Lew Hoad of Australia, also unseeded, scored another upset with a marathon 9-7, 8-10, 6-8 victory over Earl Buchholz of St. Louis. year.. He’s given up only 27 hits in 32 innings, including just one home run, and he has a respectable 3.09 earned - run average despite his 1-2 record. Bo, scheduled to pitch against the Yankees today, had an almost certain victory snatched from his grasp in his last start. He had a 3-0 lead with two out in the ninth and nobody on base at Boston. He gave up a base on balls and a hit and was replaced by Barry Batman, who never got the third out. Boston went on to score four runs and win, 4-3. “That’s the way things have been going for me,” said Belinsky. “I’ve pitched four good games and didn’t win any of them. But as long as I know I’m pitching well, I won’t get discouraged. The breaks are bound to fall my way sooner or later.” “Bo is concentrating more on being a pitcher than a playboy this year,” said manager Bill Rigney. “Maybe he’s finally come to his senses.” OXFORD, Ohio (AP)—More conference records were expected to fall today as the 18th annual Mid-American Conference golf, tennis and track meet wound up at Miami University. Jim Vogler of Western Michigan set a conference record Friday in winning the 440-yard intermediate hurdles in 53.7. The Broncos were 1-2-3 in the 440 and took third place in the discus to lead with 15 points. Bill Taraschke of Ohio University retained his discus title with a throw of 151 feet 3 inches in the only other completed event. Ohio U. led by five strokes at the halfway mark in golf and Bowling Green, undefeated in dual meets, had the edge in tennis.That's The Way The Ball Bounces By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A baseball took a high bounce early today, ending a five hour and five minute, 19-inning International League marathon. Neil Chrisley, making his first appearance in a Jacksonville uniform after being obtained from Syracuse, drilled a grounder which bounced over Columbus’ second baseman Felix Santana. It went for a single and drove in the winning run for the Suns. The 4-3 defeat was the Jets’ ninth consecutive loss. In other games Friday night, Buffalo beat Syracuse 5-3, Atlanta topped Richmond 6-4 in IO innings and Rochester defeated Toronto 4-2.Mount, Akron Put 7 In OC Finals DELAWARE, Ohio (AP) — Mount Union and Akron went into today’s final events of the 61st annual Ohio Conference track and field championships with seven men each qualified via Friday’s five preliminary events. Baldwin-Wallace qualified five and Ohio Wesleyan four. The only final event run Friday was the broad jump, won by favored Mount Union’s Larry Graves with a 22-foot, 11-inch leap. By BOB SUDYK JUNE 2, 1883, the Quincy I Pros met the M.C. Collegians in Fort Wayne, Ind., under flickering arc lights. The Fort Wayne Gazette reported next day: “In brilliancy and splendor, the spectacle was a great success. The elegant toilettes of the ladies showed to good advantage. As a baseball game it was a complete flop I" Dish by King Feature* Syndicate INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pct. G B. Toronto 18 IO .643 —. Buffalo 16 ll .593 rn Jacksonville 16 12 .571 2 Rochester 13 ll .542 3 Syracuse 13 ll .542 3 Richmond 12 15 .444 5>/2 Columbus IO 16 .385 7 Atlanta 6 18 .250 IO Friday’s Results Rochester 4, Toronto 2 Buffalo 5, Syracuse 3 Jacksonville 4, Columbus 3 (19 innings) Atlanta 6, Richmond 4 (IO innings) Today’s Games Rochester at Toronto Syracuse at Buffalo Columbus at Jacksonville (2) Richmond at Atlanta Friday’s Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PITCHING - Juan Pizarro, White Sox, allowed only four hits and struck out 13, winning his fifth game without a defeat, 3-1 over Washington. BATTING—Larry Brown, Indians, drove in three runs with two homers and a single in Cleveland’s 5-3 victory over Detroit.Business In Briefs m    ii &    rn “Haylage Days,” demonstrations on filling silos, will be held Monday and Tuesday for area farmers on the Eugene Everett farm located off Route 16, south of Tuscarawas. The demonstrations will begin at IO a m. and continue throughout both days. Ohio Seal Storage Co. of Marysville is sponsoring the program. Ted Her/, manager of Jaffe’s Department Store in New Philadelphia, has returned from a New York City buying trip to purchase summer fashions and back-to-school wear. Mrs. William Barnes bought sportswear for the store and she and Mr. Barnes remained in New York to visit the World’s Fair. Paul Fishel, operator of Fish-el Tire Service at 145 1st Dr. NE, New Philadelphia, has been awarded a plaque for his 25-year association with General Tire and Rubber Co. of Akron. Richard C. Rea, head of a local accountant firm and president of the Community Improvement Corp. is scheduled to address the Minnesota Society of Certified Accountants in Minneapolis on Tuesday.It's The Truth! We heard an argument about superstitions, witfi one side saying that no enlightened person believes in such nonsense, and the other side offering examples of intelligent people    BILL whose actions ELLWOOD tend to prove the opposite to be true. One father cited his college graduate son, who always knocks wood, and explains, “I’m not superstitious, but I don’t want to take any chances.” another told of the missile engineer who takes off his shoes as a good omen to help the last part of a shoot countdown, and another who always wears cowboy clothes on the day of a shoot, just for good luck. Then someone gave us a quote written by Tryon Edward* about a hundred years ago: “Superstitions are for the most part, hut the shadows of great truths.” Well, all we can say is that you’ll never have to knock wood, nor even cross your finger* when you deal with us. See us soon, please? FRED P. FOTSCH ER Corner 4th St. ti Wooster Ave. Dover QUITE A BUSTER IS BUSTER — Winner of the heavyweight final in the U.S. Olympic trials, Buster Mathis (left) of Grand Rapids, Mich., weighs a mere 295 pounds but was agile enough to win the title and a trip to Tokyo. Buster here beats Joe Frazier of Philadelphia, who had w'on his last sui bouts by knockouts. Cubs Upend More Marks Eyed In Mid-Am Meets ;

  • Alex Olmedo
  • Andre Rodgers
  • Barry Batman
  • Bill Rigney
  • Billy Cowan
  • Billy Williams
  • Bo Belinsky
  • Bob Sudyk
  • Buster Mathis
  • Earl Buchholz
  • Eddie Sachs
  • Eugene Everett
  • Felix Santana
  • Jim Hurtubise
  • Jim Schaffer
  • Jim Stewart
  • Jim Vogler
  • Joe Frazier
  • Joe Nuxhall
  • John Edwards
  • John Tsitouris
  • Ken Rosewall
  • Larry Brown
  • Lew Hoad
  • Neil Chrisley
  • Paul Fishel
  • Richard C. Rea
  • Ron Santo
  • Steve Boros
  • William Barnes

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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter

Location: Dover, Ohio

Issue Date: May 23, 1964

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