Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 18, 1952 · Page 5
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Estherville, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 18, 1952
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Red Sox Fall Before Carroll, 6 to 2 Paige Gives Locals Only Six Safeties The CaiToU Merchants, always front-runners in early season play, aro in undisputed first pla'cc In the Iowa State Icafjue today by virtue of their 6-2 victory over the Red Sox last nlRht at Carroll. Wayne Paige, the teen-apo Dike, la,, hurler, permitted the Sox only six hits last nlRht and scattered the six sufficiently to kccp'the Esthcr- vllle crow from threateninp Carroll's supremacy In the ball game. Ono bad inning cost Walt Soderstrom his first defeat in a Sox uniform. A pair of walks and four hits served up to the Merchant.^ after two were out in the fourth lot them count five runs and ice away the ball ffame. * S: SAM BEDROSIAN. Carroll right fielder who plays college liall at DcKdlb, HI., State Teachers college, was the offensive star for the winners, ban^ng out four hits in five trips Including a double and getting credit for batting In four runs. Carroll scored first with a single tally In the second Inning. Soder- Btrom retired the first two Carroll batters and then ran into control trouble. He walked Jim Decker, Palgo and Claj-ton Johnson to load the sacks and Bedroaslan singled Decker home. Jim Woltz's bullct- llko throw from the outfield nipped PaJgo at the plate for the third out. The Sox tied It up In the third. With ono out. Jack Kaley doubled and Mlko Boettchcr singled, Kaley Rtopping at third. The Sox then started their usual double steal. Kaley was trapped between home and third but Johnson's throw to third. on the rundown went astray and Kaley scored. • • » CABROLL, THEN came up with its five-run outburst in the fourth. After two were.down. Decker doubled, Paige and Johnson walked to fill the bases. Bedrosian then doubled and all thr(*e nmnor.s crossed the plate; Sam Esposito beat out an infield hit and Tom Sheehan rapped out a two bagger to .score both Bedrosian and Esposito. That ended the scoring for Carroll but the damage was done. The Red Sox got their final tally in the sixth on a single by Goidic Winkel and a triple bv Billy Dud- dinf,'. The Merchants threatened in their half of the same tramo when they got to Soderstroni for three hits but Lou Rosin came in to squelch the uprising without any scoring dnninge Tonight the Sox^lungle witli tlie Mason City Legionnaires and hope to get back In the win column with Bill Mosscr Bch<'duled to do the pitching. The Leiilonnares nroliah- Iv win use cither .John ICurtt tir Mlko Walker. Box Score Kntherville ub r h po a Kaley, If. 1 1 0 0 Boetteher, s«< •y n 2 2 2 Froenian, 2b 3 0 1 1 1 BurlkowNki, lb :t 0 U « n Ulnkel, 3b » I I 1 1 IXKldIng, rf 1 0 2 1 I) Holt/, cf 0 0 t I Barton, e » 0 n 6 1 Soderstroni, p 1) () 0 0 Rosin, p 1 () 0 0 1 •:-Mossor 1 0 0 0 0 TofnJs 33 '» 7 Zi 7 =;-STOunded out for Rosin in 9th Carroll ab r h po a John .Hoii, 'ih •i 1 0 2 I Bedrosian, rf 5 I 4 2 1) KHpostto, .ss \ I I 2 <1 Sbcehan, c 1 0 2 H 0 R<mnlck(^, cf 4 0 0 2 n Hayes lb 4 0 0 a 0 Taylor, U 4 0 0 0 0 Decker, Sb 3 2 1 0 3 ralgp. p O I 1 0 5 Totals 32 6 9 27 10 KstheolUe—001 001 000—2 Carroll—010 SOO OOx— 6 Sumniarj-: K, Johm>on, Decker; UBi, Brdrosiuii 4, Shechan 2. Budding; 2B, Xaley. Bed- rosLanv Sheehan, Decker; SB, Dudding; SB, Johmton; Dl*. Esposito (u<i); left, EsUier\11Io 8. CarroU 9. BB. Soderstrom 7, Paige 4; SO, Soderstrom 3, Rosin S, Paige 8; R and II, Soderstrom, 6 and 8 in 3 2-3; Rosin, 0 and 1 In 2 1-5; HP, Paige OVolti); winner, i*alge; loser, Soderstrom. Umpire*: Forbes and Colbert. Set Tournament Datt's Des Moines, June 18 ./P—Dates have been set for the boys and girls .state high school basketball tournaments next year. Finals of the girls tournament will be Feb. 24-28. The boys final will be March 17r21. The sites are expected to bo the same as this year—the girls In Des Moines and the boys at Iowa City. 45 Attending Sunnner Session Of Lakeside Lab Spirit l^ke Forty-five students, faculty personnel and guest investigators are attending the 19S2 sunimi'r session of the Iowa Lakeside Laborntory. .School opened last Week and tho?e carrying on independent lesearch project.s come from all parts of the United Stale.^. Dr. Martin i,. Grant, of tlie de- partini'nl of l.iology, Iowa State Teachers' lollege. is again on the faculty after three years absence. Dr. John Bardach, limnologist of I. S. T. C, who wiuH on the teaching staff last year, will spend the coming week end at the laboratory and then goes to Alaska to carry on in- ilepi'nileiil rt 'Search througlruut llu- summer. A summi-v workshop on "The Ti'aching of Scii'nce" will bo conducted at the laboratorv June 2.'!27 W, D. CiLsicker, a.'^ii.'^tant professor of science education. State University of Iowa, will be workshop manager and will be assisted by 15 faculty members of the University, Iowa State college and Iowa .State Teachers' college. Regular faculty members of the laboratory also will servo on the teaching staff of the workshop. CombliUor tht Vindicator and RepubUcvi. {•ubllilwd Every Evening Except Sunday and PrinclpW HoUdaj-a. Bntmd M aecond claia matter Oct. 1(30 at the poelofflce at Estb- •rvlUt. Iowa, under tbet act of Marca 3, 1S79. 4 Wed., June 18, 1952 Owned and Publlsbed by: Oeemer l«e, Bdttnr and Publlaber, Robert M, Lao, Advartlainc Manaier. The AHoelated Pnaa is enilUed exclui- tvely lo.tiie uaa fur tepubllcaUon of all me local Dr»-a printed (n ihia ncw«. pap4r; u well a« all AP nawa dia- • suBacRirrioN TKIIMS By mall In Emmet, Xofivit), Palo Alto, Clay, Dickinson, Jkckaon jnd Martin oountleai one ye«r ii; Hx moftlha t4.2bi three montlu; ft wceka }l. By DM) outald^ abovi coinllea one year flO; aU naoDtha ;S.2f>; three mootba tZ.T&i one month «1.00. By lilttle Merobant airrler; per vett 30o; one year Sll; alx montha (T.-JB; tbitt moatbB .»3.7». Ilemlier of the Iowa Press Aaaoolatlon, Iowa Dally Press Association, NaUonaJ Editorial Aaaoclatloo and Inland Preu Aaioclatlon. REPRKSENTAT1VEV3 ERChante, Omaha; also Atlanta ant General advertlalng representallvea; inland Newspaper ReprcsentaUves, ino, Wrifley Bide., Chicago; 812 r fth Ate., New Vork; Security Bid*., tit, l/>ute, 1012 Baltimore, Kanaaa City, 42& Urals Dallas. Bruce Hopping Ends Storniy Year as Sailor San Francisco, June 18 (/Py~A stormy year as a sailor is ended for wealthy Bnice Hopping, who tried to tell the admirals how to run the navy. Twelfth naval district hcadquarl- er.i said the .WO-year-old reservlHt was handed a bad conduct discharge yesterday and ii voucher for train faro back to Port Newark, N. J., where he Is vice president of his father's lumber firm. He was con%icted .it a recent Pearl Harbor court martial of conduct prejudicial to good order and discipline and sentenced to a bad conduct dlBcharge. The court martial wa.s ordered after Hopping complained to newsmen about his superior officers. Some of Hopping 'N other actions that angered the navj- were his uninvited 7 a. m. visit to discuss naval dlticipllne with a pajiima-clad admiral, circulating petllons that complained about the food at a Bainbrldge, Md., naval station, and failure to obey order.s to change scuffed-up shoes tor a clean pair while in dress uniform. The earliest known type of fossil horse, the eohippus, was about tho size of a fox. — K.NDS TONITK — Ton.v CurtLs Piprr Laiirit' in "No Room for the Groom •I THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY [TIT CO.IIIT ^l^'Overland Telegraph" Holy Cross Wins College Tournament Omaha. June 18 .T'--Eleven rug ged men from Holy Cross today ruled as champions of college baseball. With pitcher JIm O'Neill going the route and winning for the third time in the six-day tournament, the Crusaders last night defeated Missouri 84, for the NCAA title. Thus, for the first time In the six-year hlstor>- of the tournament the title was taken east of the Mi.sslsslppI river. Missouri had beaten Holy Cross. 1-0. in the second day of play, dropping the Crusaders into the loser's bracket of the double elim inatlon tournament. H1TH THE loss of one more game meaning elimination, the Crusaders cnmc hack to win five straight, the last two from Mis sourf. In the seven games played by Holy during the six days. Coach John J. Barrj'. oldtlme major leaguer, never once changed his lineup or sent In a substitute. The Holy Cross pitcher who started was still there In the ninth In every game. Including three pitcher."). Holy Cross used only 11 men in the tourney. O'NeiU's record of three wins set a new standard for pitchers in the so-called college world series and won for him the award as the most valuable player of the tournament. « « HOLY CRO.SS were off to a 3-0 lead at the end of the second Inning last night and held it until the fifth when Bob Schoonmaker belted a 375-foot homer for Missouri's first score. The Tigers got a second run the same Inning. Again in the sixth, Schoonmaker was good for a tremendous smash, this time a 400-foot triple that scored one run. Schoonmaker himself scored shortly afterward. But the Cru.sailer-s, who.'ie eight hit." were all singles, got to Missouri starter Dick Atkin.qon for three more run.i in the seventh, and to leliefer Bert Beckmun for two in tht ninth * * * CXOVDLK.'^S SKIKS and hot weather -the tiniperature hit 102 <iuring the Sunday afteinoon game —biouglit out the biggest crowds in the series' history. Total attendance was SS.T.Il compared to 27,789. the' previous record, a year ago. For the i) three years tlie tournament has been held in Omaha's Municipal sl;idium. This is the first time that the local businessmen h.icking the tourney haven't taken a loss. W. L. Pet. GB Brooklyn 38 15 .717 New York 34 19 .642 4 Chicago 34 22 .607 5'j St. Louis 29 30 .492 12 Cincinnati 25 30 .455 14 Philadelphia 23 31 .426 15'i Boston 23 31 .426 15>i Pittsburgh 16 44 .267 25'i Packing Firm Negotiates Ne>v Work Contract Davenport, la., June 18 /P~\ lew work contract has been negotiated between Oscar Mayer and Co., Davenport packing firm and its AFL employes. Spokesmen for the company and the union said no overall wage In- creuao Is Involved but that some adjustments calling for increased earnings and fringe benefits were made. Tho union is local 431 of tho amalgamated meat cutters and butcher workmen of North America, New contract provisions Include: An Increase from 7 to 10 cents an hour in the night shift differential; time and a half pay for the sixth consecutive day of work; double time for Sunday operations which do not Involve round-the-clock work; weekly allowance of 76 cents for mechanics furnishing their own tools and .miscellaneous wage adjustments. No figures were given on tho total Increases. Improvements were made in the vacation plan and workers will bo reimbursed up to 30 days for any pay lost due to jury service or national guard duty. Hold Eleclioii At Girls^ Stale Grinnell. la., June 18, (/P) -The annual Hawkeye Girls state, an American Loglon auxiliary project In Americanism and good government, hold its first election yesterday and the "Nationalist" party scored an initial victory. Mikel Mouw of Sioux City, , was named "mayoi of the city of Mac- Rne" on the "Natlonulist" ticker and "Federalist" isabclte Kopel of Marshalltown wa.s chosen city ti easurer. Elected n.s ward councllmon were Federalists Kay Crawford of Atlantic; Donna Ford of Dedham; Carol HauHchlldt of Oladhrook and Jonn Robeson of RocUford; anl Nntlonnllst Marilyn Jungjohann of Miles. The girls nlso filed nomination papers for their state office prim 11 ry elections which wore bclni held today. Tasmania was first seen by Europeans In 1642. ARC PNOOUCnONl TOOL/... BE.\UTIFt-L ANGELA LANDSBfRY' seen us a wicked, greedy woman of the world in United Artists Technicolor release, "Mutiny," which plays at the Grand theater Friday and Saturday, is shown whispering details of her plot into the receptive cars of Patric Knowlcs. Mark Stevens nlso is starred in the film. Co-hit is a western, "Smoky Canyon," starring Charles Starrctt and Smiley Burnette. White Sox in Double Win; Dodgers Gain NATIONAL LEAGUE Tuesday's results; Pittsburgh 6. New York 2; Brooklvn 9. Chicago 1: Boston 5. Cincinnati 1; Pliiladel- phln 2-0, .St. Louis 1-J Thursday's sohediilc: Cincinnati at Boston, 6:30 p. ni.; Chicago at Brooklyn. 11 .10 a. ni.; Pittsburgh at New York, lli.lO a. m.: St. Louis at l^hiladelphia. 6 p m. A.MKIllCAN LEAGUE \V L. Pet. GB .New Vork .".l 20 .608 Boston 32 24 .571 I'.j Cleveland :'.2 26 .552 2"j Chicago 31 26 .544 3 Washington 26 26 .500 5'.> St. Louis 26 31 .456 8 Philadelphia 22 28 .440 8';: Detroit 18 37 .327 15 Ttiesday's results: Chicago 13-2, Philadelphia 1-1; Detroit 7. New York 6; Washington 4, Cleveland 3; St. Louis 3, Boston 1. Thursday's schedule: Philadelphia at Chicago (21 12:30 p. m. and 2:30 p. m.; Boston at St. Louis, 1:30 p. m.; New York at Detroit, 1:30 p. ni.; Washington at Cleveland, 12 noon. WESTERN LEAGUE Last night's results: Wichita 10, Des Moines 0. Only game scheduled. Botanical Sot^iety Meets at Lakes Spirit Lake—This year, for the first time, the central states section of the Botanical Society of America, will hold its annual meeting and foray at the Iowa Great Lakes with headquarters at the Iowa Lakeside laboratory. The three-day meeting runs from Aug. 18-20 inclusive and daily excursions, through the lake region will bo an Important part of the program achodulc with lectures on the flora of the region given each evening. Dr. Henry S. Conard, internationally known scientist and professor of botany, S. U. I., is serving as chairman of the program committee. Tho shells of the eggs of moat reptiles aru soft and purchment- llkc. Defeat Drops Red Sox into Second Place lOMA STATE LEAGUE Toiun I.. Vet. Carroll 4 1 .800 Esthervllle 3 '• .600 .Spencer 3 3 ..500 .•»lason City ',' » .400 WttU Lake 1 5 .167 Last night's results Carroll 6, Esthervllle 2 Si>encer 17, .'Mason City 3 Games tonglhl >Iasoii City at Esthervllle W'uU Lake ut .Spencer Tomorrow night Esthervllle at Mason City Hall Lake ut Carroll Friday night Carroll at Esthervllle Spencer at Wall Lake low,) .Sttite league .standings were altered today after last night's league activity. Carroll'." Meichant-s grabbed off undi.sputed first pliice with a 6-2 win over Esthervllle and Spencer jumped into third place with a lopsided 17-3 victory over Mason City. The Cardinals racked three Mason City pitcher whili' Ron Unk • Spencer's ace from tlie University of Wisconsin -ind a veteran of last year's league play, was breezing along without encountering any serious difficulty f:om the Legionnaires. Esthervllle must win tonight to keep its hold on the runnerup spot In the standings. A Red Sox iosa and a Spencer win would drop the locals into a tie for third with Mason City, giving second place to the Cards. Even it Spencer loses the Sox must win to keep a clear hold on second place. Carroll is idle tonight but returns to action tomorrow night a- galnst Wall Loke while the So.<c travel to Mason City. Pelicans and terns nesting near California's Salton sea must cool their eggs rather than warm them. 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