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SFs Gene Mock Tosses No-Hitter As Little Kernels Lose ESD Title SIOUX FALLS - Gene Mock guve Sioux falls und 1 s p u t e d possession of first place In the novice novice Eastern South Dakota flbnfer ence as he fired a 6-0 no-hitter against the visiting Mitchell Little Kernels here Sunday night. Mock had control trouble, talking seven men in as many innings, innings, but the Little K e r n e Is couldn't touch him. Mitchell, Sioux Falls and Huron were tied for the league lead at the start of the contest, contest, Huron Was idle. Sioux Falls touched Jim Myers Little Guys Take Over Kernel Park Sunday By MARV HASTINGS Daily RepnMIe Sports Editor The "little guys" had their day at Kernel Park but about 500 pat for the winners while Gary KentoniLlndekugel's combined efforts In for four earned runs' in six Innings ents, little sisters artd fans had Just _ and Myers walked only four and'as good a time watching the fu-'Sprinkef Ib struck out three. Iture Mitchell players in action dur-IYoung c Dick Carnahan provided the big' ' blows for the winners, a home r and Doug Rowley had the only base knocks for the losers. Kenton's hit was a triple. NO. 10 Schled p All Sports Scoreboard and double. Mock and Churck Elm- ing a marathon of baseball Sun- Denne ss day. ,«-* VI tll»5 00 Oleson 2b ,,,_._, , Although an overcast sky andlKlinkhammer strand also contributed a pair of i rain threatened the final game the fix If singles each to the cause. |sun bore down with full steam for Marchel If Ab R H 220 1 3 2 1 2 Jimmy Schuster was the main memesls against Mock as he worked worked the ace righthander for four consecutive consecutive walks, but could get no'heat." the afternoon sessions and the fans Houlahan cf consumed over 14 cases of soft drinks in an attempt to "beat the further than second base. There were four errors committed committed in the contest with the visitors making three of them. Spt* Add 1 SF U MITCHELL Schuster ss 0 Beck Ib 4 Flynn 2b 3 McNary 3b 3 Myers p . 2 Barringer e 2 Potvln If 2 Barth cf " 3 Blnderup rf 2 a Robinson 1 Totals 22 SIOUX FALLS Joneson 2b , 3 Carnahan 3b 3 Mock p 3 Alters a 4 Metll Ib 3 Elmstrand If 3 Steineke ss 1 Solberg rf 3 Naughton cf 2 Totali MITCHELL SIOUX FALLS A few of the dads also got into Heck rf FJalpstad rf Totals the act as they took over "manag" Hoffman cf Ing chores and took their turns'Miller Ib - p umpiring. IMcClosky p But it was really the players who Kenton c 2 0 2 1 2 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 Ab R II contributed to the show as they " 0 Ojtook to the diamond at 2 p.m. and 0 0, played their hearts out for about 0 0 eight hours. 0 0 Probably the most popular game 0 0,was the flrs( when the 8 . year Larson 2b Breck If Rowley ss Erlckson 3b Whitmore 3b Cox rf 0 0 0 12 14 3 Ab R H 020 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 old Elks League displayed its la- Totals 0 0 lent. The top team of the 9-10 Na- NO. TEN 0 0 Uonal League (Bell Telephone) met!NO. SIX 0 O.the leader of the American League 0 0|Zesto) in the second contest. The ' • third battle had all - stars from 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 430 7—14 3 1 Ab R H the Junior . Junior loop matching • 2 1 wits and the finale and a pair 111 321 9-10 LEAGUE Bell Telephone 14, Zcste 3 Terry Hanson tossed a one-hitter and hit a home run to help his own 2 2,of all - star players picked fromlcause as Bell Telephone of the in the 11-12 National League downed Zesto the American League 14-3 in 9-10 year - old play. Chuck Olson and Tom McNary also had homers for 0 2 the top four teams 0 11 League. 0. 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 batters as No. 10 knocked off No~ a triple for the losers. ELKS LEAGUE N*. Ten 14. No. Six 1 Mickey Schled struck out nine the winners while Gene Ralney had 220 200 l-4l A—Struck out for Blnderup ln ; 7th. E—Steineke, Flynn, McN a r jr, Potvin. PO-A—Mitchell 18-8, Sioux Falls 21-5. LOB-Mltchell 8, Sioux Falls 7. 2B—Carnahan, HR — Carnahan B-Mock. IPHRERBBSO MYER8 616442 MOCK 7 • 0 • 7 12 PB—Barringer, Albers. 1 IjSlx 14-3 In four innings. Keith BELL TELEPHONE 26 6 I Sprinkel, Mike Denne and WeslKiepe sa 000 000 0—OjKlinkhammer had the only hits Olson Ib _ McNary 2b .Hanson p Gross 3b Lassagard Ab R H 3 2 1 Watertown Raps Pierre Cowboys 8-1 Sunday Night PIERRE Wl - The W&tertown Lake Sox used bunting to good advantage cf Dice 2b Flanders If Ott if Sullivan rf Moncke Totals ZESTO Bates ss Ames 3b • cf 27 14 U Ab R H 3 2 the last game to down players from UCT and MWPS by a 5-3 margin. Larry Doyle of the winners led the hitting parade three trips. UCT . NWP8 Vollmer 2B Johnson c Hoellworth Ib Doyen 3b Amers p - rf Timmins Ib Thune cf Ryberg rf • p Wilson cf • Kilstrom cf , Scheid ss Nelson If - c Totals with two hits in Ab R R 3 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 2 1 1 3 3 0 2 2 20 COKE - LINDEKUGEL Ab R H Sorenson 3b Traupel p Walker p Doyle If Baldwin M Dickinson Ib Plckeriny Ib Johnson c Elhveln c McNary 2b Frease cf Jones rf Totals UCT . NWPS COKE- LINDEKUGEL 1 1 1 3 2 1 1 1 0 2 2 2 17 0 0 0 0 101 01-3 Z 3 320 0*—J S S U. S* Swimmers Set Record Pace At AAU Classic By DAVE DILES Associated Press Sports Writer TOLEDO. Ohio. (AP) —A weekend weekend of record shattering perfor mances that stunned even the most optimistic of the experts has buoyed the United States' Olym pic swimming hopes. Six world records fell during the AAU Men's National Outdoor Swimming and Diving Championships. BASIN LEAGUE W L ftapid City 25 7 Pierre 17 14 Watertown 17 15 Huron 14 16 Mitchell 10 20 Val.-Win. 9 20 Results Saturday Pierre 11, Mitchell 3 Huron 5, Rapid City 2 Watertown 6 Valentine Winner 1 Results Smday Rapid City 6, Mitchell 5 Valentine-Winner 6. Huron Watertown 8, Pierre 1 Monday Game* Mitchell at Rapid City Pierre at Watertown Huron at Valentine Tuesday Games Rapid City at Pierre Huron at Valentine Only games scheduled e By THE ASSOCIATED 'American League W. L. Chicago 52 New York 49 37 Baltimore ...:. 51 43 Cleveland 47 40 Washington .... 43 44 Detroit 42 45 Boston 36 52 Kansas City ... 33 54 Sunday Results Chicago 6-2, New York Boston 10-7, Cleveland Kansas City 6-2, Baltimore 2, Detroit 1 nings) Monday Games No games scheduled Tuesday Games Chicago at Boston (N) Cleveland at New York Kansas City at Baltimore Detroit at Washington Saturday Results Chicago 5, New- York 3 Cleveland 4, Boston 2 Washington 8, Kansas Detroit 4-3, Baltimore night) National League W. L. Milwaukee .... 52 36 Pittsburgh .... 53 37 Los Angetes ... 48 40

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  1. The Daily Republic,
  2. 25 Jul 1960, Mon,
  3. Page 11

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