Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 11, 1952 · Page 6
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 6

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-. Red Sox llack Up Second Loop Win hiujnc E horr:' rur :• : ir ;.r. a home rur -ti? .!i< Globetrotters Seeh To Keep Reputation The one ob.i'.-r :;vt H;.: .r: GlobetroUer bastii^ll -.-rirr; meets the E?th!rvi:;- K • "c morrow night a; J.-i. .? "compile a r«c(iio <'r. : i : that owned by ;hi .-ii-:^n. basketbali afrL -rfLJtit..-. .-air;name and mar .-iLtrr.nv The celebrati-d Hu:;':i. 'J. ••trotters of th> h.ard -.vr-cd fcur- now engat;ed on a:. h-- world tour, havi j l '5 -.\a: •: i of 4,092 victories a^'ain:: a • feats up to the- .•^tart r,t ti ..i; ciBn trek. TluaV a n-^r^iiir,-.; ; • i centage of .940 fur tlv t a.-k'i- « » * THIS IS O .N 'L '4' U.,- . S)>;M. ^.-.-O' oi activity for ih^- i ;;ot-. t :/.n baseball C I U I P . hcnc -i- < .mi h. • \- pected to oonii- cli^i' in Ihat '.IAA of victories, l.ul ijcrf f-nMc. .v. the diamondnicn ar 'f fir. They've won S."!! ir.ain .-.s wli!!.. 1' .-- ing-only 106 tli.' fi \r. VK.U ? .-• r,. sons for a neat perc nt.aL''' .Tiajk 'J." .834, Being (iic i-ouiiti;j ,.L :it of a i-- nowntd toam of th( .-aru. • another sport i.s unijLi '.-.-no .';aty.:. conducive to winrnna .«;>;r !t Th- hasebalUng Gluintioit. af d- vertlsed as hu.stiti.'- and j.i^y .^aro, baseball to piov •.\onhy '>'. O«"M;K Beat Spencer As Don Hall Whiffs 14 B'V UO\ T l.l ITIU.^ ! T!.. >o\ :'.-,;*^'t i; r.u:i ;^i'r t^oj .-'.;:.<<.-oria; ;Jic Spi 'm-<-r | ,~ar.i :-.>.s 7 :o iinkinc thi- moss | C'i ;h,ir f. \.r. t-,'.;s .inii t.-ik;r.c ad-i •>A:-:., C V .. Sponcc -r .<!;>r;, 7>.f C.ir,-s or, t ;-.i' l ^t ^<lr i-..'inj. --..irfio r >o ,^r :r.c o ;nv>r;ur .'.ties- j .r.iviT.c ~-..r. j -rrsr .vit-d cv;-. tho j T '.r -a -'i -waT- r:-v':\ n^uch i" con-* •.r-,- —.-f w .\v .^5;houch ihoy -. T.'-... r.i : r. .r.-.-r.-v Hali r.-.c- .-. :* Si '.riKKVu; ir. !•.;* iniU;^! If .c-.:; K.'i— :ir.i is-fuc-^i six -.^-alks , ^.:f wMfffc- j-vt- and , « « « ! C?;-Cv ^7;.f r.-.aK c' >...- trcuh;i- iUtl-ou- cr. h. — :^ his .•<n-r. down- v-.ii: iTTC -wiii *hrC 'W? to first r..v .i< or. T ^.-kciffj. K.U! f--:-. "-t- ;--.ci v-.-n-.r.v. trouMc in '..f.T. i^T-.i -.rr.irvjrs, a Red nr. r5r -_;f.r5 .ar..i -.hj Kf-d Sox ai-j r.;-; -ii—5 i: -..M? jx^ir-t Beth the i Box Score Sp«>iic<>r IMckelt. rf I'aiitcliii.K. S.S SaAvin, ss U. Wis*., rf Km>H. cf CoURhUii. Sh >Ios*. If K. C. Wis.-. 2h tV>|p. Ill Gllddrn. c (ilbhoiVK, p K<«thoniU<> Kaley, If Bocttchrr. .v* Flwnjan. 2h ELarl«n>ki. lb Woltt, cf Winkel. Sb Moewrr. rf Halt p Totals Sp«>c«>r Sununarj": nb r h jHi II 4 i •> I (I •i 0 0 0 0 3 0 111 4 0 0 0 (t I 0 1 0 (» 4 11 I I 1 3 0 0 i (I 4 0 0 -> I 4.. 0 1 9 i ••.' 0 0 7 I) 4 0 I I •.' S3 2 7 24 Ifl ab r h po ii 5 13 10 2 2 0 0 3 4 1 I I 2 5 0 0 7 0 4 0 I 14 0 5 1 I I 0 4 110 1 4 113 0 3 0 0 0 2 32 7 7 27 S Carroll Wiii.s Leajjiie Opeiiei"; Beats Mason Citv IOWA .ST.VTK I.KAf'.lJK Tea 111 KsthiTVilli- Carroll Spoiicer Wall I^iki- Ma.son City 't I 0 u 0 I.. 0 0 1 I I I'ct. 1.000 t.mm .000 .000 .000 too 010 OOfr—2 210 020 03x—7 K. Bwttchpr. Winkri. Gibbons 9. I>antrUa.>. Col.\ .^fo>>>: RBI. CouRhlin, K. C. mse, titvnwn 2, Duddlni;. Wnkri 2; 2B. Frwawn; HR. WInkol: SB. Kaloy. Wott»; I .-ft, E.-i.OM>r>iU<- 6. Spencer IS. DP. Col^ - Kawin . Cole. Boettchrr- Frrrnuui - B»rtkowskl: BB, Hall 6. Gibbons S; SO. Kail 14. Gibbons 7; Bk, Gibboivs; TB, GUdd(>n t. Duddlni;; winner, HaU: lc»er. Gibbons. Umpires: Goodman and Kr- win. •nr.Ja.t Cur -Hi: :rc :.a> .!.:r.n I>ir..^. J:rr:^-f « « « .<r»..\ri;R B*t.l.KD f,r« -.i-y :r. tr- f.rr. -.r.niTir •orhiT. Pete' ?-.•.•»;•'•-•:.. 3a---..--.-ir. hif^. r-cboo". oat- .-•.TiZ.' r'i: 5 -i -:;r.i c-r. a ficjd- th. Gordic U'mkol l>lastcd his third hoiucr ot the season over the fence in left center with Jim Woltz on base. Wolu had singled earlier sn the iacir.jr. Several sparkling plays in the ii-Ad >;^shUEbt^d the contest. Mike BoeJtcher fumed in a great glovod- hand gTTib of a ball behind second to thrc-a- ou: a Spencer runner and Turn to psj^e 7. colttmn 1 l.iisi Night's Results Ksthervllli" 7, Spi'neer 2. Carroll IS. AItt.son City 7. IMnnday Night KstherviUe 10. Wall talk.- 6. Gomes Tonight Carnill ivt Speiioer Ksther>ille at I'nulllnn. Tomorrow Night «nJI Lako at :t[a«oii City. Spencer at Carroll. Globetrotters at KstherviUe. The Carroll Merchants won thcli league opener last night, blasting out a 13-7 victory over Mason City. The Merchants have looked good in their two lowu State league games, taking an exhibition contest from the Wall Lake Popcorn Kernels Sunday night, 5 to 0, behind the one-hit pitching of Wayne Paige. 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