Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 11, 1952 · Page 5
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 5

Estherville, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 11, 1952
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American Loop Race All Knotted Up jc-New York Cleveland ; Boston Chia^ Washingtoh Philadel^ta St. UtiM:. Detroltt<;i^ .691 .688 JiSO. .620 .600 .468 .461 .306 OB sk, 6 7 14 AATBRICAN LEAOUK W. U Pet. 26 18 , '30 21 ? :'2d 21 > '•'"•2«!24 ^53 23 20 23^ 23 .28 16 34 .ovo It X—li^ir.'jin: peroehtaftfe' but Is behind <Jnf |i #Dni and loatibasls. Tues4MfiiiMc«ulta: YorK;!4, DetroUiCilprfM*' " • " *" " 3; St. "timik 19, Phllttdef) TIlurMUy's SitfiJediilp; "Cievoland at Washington 12:30 p. m.; Chicago at Philadelphia 12:30 p. m.; Detroit a.% New York 12:30 p. m.; St. Louis at Boston 12:00 p. m. lU: N«Rr Yorlt',.4. nd 4, AfaaWnt^ii pston.mff'Chlcagtt Brooklyn New • York Chicago St. Louis Cincinnati Philadelphia Boston PitUburgh NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. OB 36 12 .746 30 17 .638 6 30 19 .612 6 25 26 .490 12 24 26 .480 12>,i 10 27 .413 1S>!; 19 28 .404 16 13 40 .246 25 TuMdAy's It«sul8t: St Louis 1, Brooklyn 6, 10 innings; Cincinnati 6. New York 6, 14 innlrigs; Pltfs- burg-Z^oston.R;^Chic,ago 10, Philadelphia 5. ThursiUt}r'« Schedule: Boston at Pittsburgh 11:30'p. m.; New York at Cincinnati 1:30 p. m,; Philadelphia at Chicago'12': 30 p. m.; Brooklyn at St. Lduia 1=30 p. m. WKSTEBN LEAGUE Last Kighfs .i«tiul(«: Colorado Springs 4, Des Moines 1;' Lincoln 7, Pueblo 6;„Wlcliita 11, Omaha 3; Stoux City 4, Denver 3. County AttoiTieys Will Consider Liquor-by-Drink Des Moines, June 11 {JP\ —A proposal seeking to legalize sale oi liquor by the drink was scheduled to come before the annual convcn>' tion of the Iowa County Attorneys association here today. Couiity Attorney Wallace W. Huff o£ Woodbury county announced in Sioux City last night that hj would present a report outlining a suggested revision of state law to allpw. liquor, by th'c drink 'through local optipn. Huff is chairman-of the ossociu- tion's r leglalatlvo "committee. Ho •said he would ask the county, at torneys'to wbrk for enaiSthent'i" of the proposal by. the 1953 leglslatlro. Huff explained the plan suggested by' his committee is similar to laws now lb effect In Nebraska and Minnesota. It would leave thu question up to local governing bodies and voters ' in the cities and towns. The existing state-operated liquor .store syst^ for sale ot packaged^goods and the present beer laws would be continued. Swca City Uigli Tro-Jets Win Eighth Straight Thi> .Swi'ii high Tro-Ji'ts won n 10 tu 9 victory over the Blue Earth ladles Hoftball team on the Swca diamond Monda> night. This win marked the eighth consecutive victory for the Swea high girls. Swca got off to n fast 7-0 lead but Blue Earth Came back and tied up the game In the first half of the sixth inning. The Tro-Jels won the game In the last half of the sixth when Madonna Doocy got a bare on balls, stole second :an^.third. ,iffii cutne horto wlSen KithfJ-n Angl« hit the ball to the tlilrd baseman. The pjay wai-it homo but ilaidonmi bfeat the thVoW jBi^d Kathryn was Safe on the floldc'r'a choice. In the final Inning, the Blue Earth girls got one hit but were unable to score and the final out was made when Lehman ground«d to third baseman Sharon Lien who pegged the ball across the diamond to first baseman Jane Genrlch. Janice Haglund had three for four to lead the Swea hitters. For Blue Earth, Lehman and Sinn each had three for four. Carolyn Swanson wa«( the winning pitcher and L. Ludtke was the loser. The next home game for the Tro-Jcts will be with Bancroft on .Friday night, June 13 at 8:00. CII.ARLES LAUGHTON, right, and Borl.s Kiirloff head the starring cast ot Unlvorsal-Internatlonnl's "The Strange Door," Friday the 13th midnight show at the OramI theater. Also In the nre Sally Forrest and Richard Stnpley, Lritlsh loading man. The ,new suspense film was adapted for the screen from Hubert Louts Stevenson's "The Sire dc Maletrolt's Door." Princess Margaret Leaves Parly Early London, June 11 (./P)—Princess Margaret last night attended her first party since the death of her father. King George VI, and sat out most of the dances. It was a glittering affair at the Spanish embassy in Bclgrave Square. The stately embassy, ballroom ha(? been turned over to the Earl of Jersey for the comicg-oiit party of his 18-ycar-old daughter, Lady Caroline Chlld-Vlllers. The princess wove a black, strapless, tulle dress with a black tulle stole and a flounced skirt. She left the party at 2 n. ni., which used to be an early hiiur for her. Oth-'-r guests remained until dnWn. Bii% r>«»sl »y To Alakr jWoiiui^ c;,! Iloliiliiv Television Drbul 15tli of Knrh Month KiWn] ill ,Vt .l.lrn( Shen «ni |onh. I.< i.l*' l'h\lh« Sv* Atik. Ifi, t^^ll^'^^!.•r '-t Mr -if I Mi-i V"!ni. 1 :>nl< "t St-, I .iri .l,v. K%fhrr\ill«'. It >«.i. Hull) Nrw% Wril., .Iiin.' II. 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