Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 25, 1952 · Page 4
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licdyard and Eiiuiielsburg In Loop Lead NORTH lOUA I.KAOUI W. I () 0 I 3 I ret. i.oo« i.ooo .HOO im .100 .000 .000 .000 Tmm Lcdyard EmmctsburB WaUlnirford ronton Orao<tliif;er Cylinder BlnesUnl EHthrrvlllt- RfsultN liiti wci'K Lcdyard to, Iciitoii o EmmotsburB i), «iilliiijflnnl I Gra<'ttliij ;<T 4, ICsthcrvIUi' I Cyllndor-KiiiKstcd, IKI rcpint. (fam<>s tlii.s ncfk Cylinder at (inicdintfcr Frriton iit M'ulllriBforU RiiifrHtoil at l''.sihtMvlllr ri'lhi Lodyard :iiid ICtunirtsbiirj; i'' malned at llw Uip of N<irth low i .Softball league pl.-iy with unci. fi':ii- ed records followinj; Uisi wrck s play. Enim('t.«;binK kmnUiil \V;il Ungford'.s Mercliaiit.s out of th unbeaten iln.s.s In.'it wii'k with 9-1 shellacklnj;. Lidy.ii<l krpt ilrf record intact with l<i-0 shut -out over Fcnton. it.s .sirnnd in twn weeks. Graettinj-'ii out.-JCoi rd 10.-- thervUle, 4 to 1. No report h:id lie. n • ived ot the Cylinder-Rinssted unnn' ii. Tuesday mornin;,'. Orir of two teams I 'XtricatPtl ilsilf Iron, the cellar in tln -ii m.'ctinj; la.s; week. WalUngford's mntinj,' «itli Lid yard is the top le .nRUi- contest of the week. EmmetJibuis .';houl<l continue undefeated in its tilt with Fenlon. E.stbervilli's K. C. nine has a chance to latcli on I 'l its Initial victory in ;i K;inu> Friday night against Ringstcd at Ih-' WaUingford diamond. HelliUm was discovered in .spcc- toscopic studies of the sun before it was found on earth. Shantz Ready To SlarL New Siring (Mi 'vc'lund i/l'i I'lucky Koliby Sli:inl/. wiiH liir from iru.shcil tod;i.\ hy till' five-hit los.s which .sn.'i|)ped hiK winninj; streak at 11 Ktiniis. "T'm lendy to .«tail on nnotlu'r 11 now." (,Minned the Philadelphia Atldctiis' liuic southpaw after Cli'Vcland's Indian.s lie .it him 2-1 last niKht on a two-iun lioinei liy A! Rosen. Thi' UetcHt li'ft Shant/. just fivi' sliort of the American leafjur record for file most consecutive pitching viclorji'.': ill om- .season, ninl Piiil.-idelphiii manager .limmy P>k• s fell prettv had about it. ^ ' Tlie kill pitched a wh.-ile of ,i ; li.iU name," .said Pyke.s. 'but wh;it can you do with five hits helitnd you''" * • * SJI.A.VT .s.-VID the toss tliat b.'at bini w:is a "bad pitch -too high." Wltli three l.all.s and one strike on Ro.sen and one om in the louitli ; inning, .^hantz said he seived a I "ch.tnge-up-curvi' ' to lln- le.'igue's leading hittei "lo get hini oft balance." He didn't walk ii man and said he didn't want to,walk Rosen, win though he had thrown him thre, ball.s. "Maybe I should have." he mu.sed. His eigbl strikeouts lan his total to 7S. one behind the league leader. New •fork's Allie Reynolds. He .struck out the last batter in every inning he pitched except the fir.s-. H: CI.KVKL.AND'.S KAKLY Wynn had a two-hit shutout for the first seven innings until Allie Clark liomerod with one out in the eighth. It didn't show in the bo.K score, but a breeze and an extra bounce Cubs Drop JNinlh Slraiglil, Indians Win .NA'riO.NjVI- I.KAGl'K Hruoklj II New York Chicago iSl. Uouis Cincinnati Philadelphia i f^oston j Pittsbiirgli j Tuesdny'.v results: Brooklyn 6-t. ) St. Louis 0-7; New York .^-7. Cin- 1 einnati 1-4; r >hiladelphia 6-'2. t'hica- go 0-1: Boston -1. r 'ittshurgli :! TliursdayV schediili-: Kmoklvn at New York. (!;.">( p. ni. \v. 1,. Pet 7<>. J OB •t.l ,'!!» I f) L'll . ( J(l .6(11 4 .11 2« ,r.4.'^ 10'; .522 12 •jii ;!4 460 IG 27 44;i .1 1 '\ 17 1 !1 —n 17 4 SI .'t l>> .'2,')« 29' .\.AIKHIC.\.\ l.i:A(il I,. CB W. New York .".(•. Clevel.'ind ."ili Boston 'Ar ' Chicago e5 Washington ".1 St. IxJUis 2ii Philadelphia 25 Detloit 20 Tuesday''. r<-.iilts: I.oiiis '.i: Cli velanil 2. Philadel- 1 jihia 1; Oetroit T, Boston 1; Washington 6. Cliicapo 2 2<( 2'J •M 42 Ni" Pet, 610 .554 .547 .5S!« .528 .453 446 .."12.1 17'- York Thursday'-, schedule; I>etroit St. Louis. 7 :M p. m. at ENDS TONITE BB!hft?ff?mS 'Time for Men Only" PAIL tin HEXBEIO in —CO-HIT— ROV H ROGERS In Sunset in the West" THURSDAY. FRIDAY. SATURDAY Thrill anti Action Story of a Fearless FBI Agent on a Desperate Case. "FBI GIRL" Audrey Trotter — George Brent :C011IT- • I \Vii4i Startlinc .\dvonture. Journey to the Center of the Earth in UNKNOWN WORLD" Plus Cartoon — Capt. Video" WK.STl-.nX LKAtilK l.ust nisht's ffivnies; Lincoln 5. Denver 0; Pueblo 6. Omaha 2; Des Moines 6. Colorado Springs 5; Wichita 5. Siou.\ Citv 2. on a double play bull cost Shantz the game Bob Avila led off the bottom halt of the fourth with a single to left. The next Indian up. Larry Doby, rifled a grovmdor lo tirst baseman Ferris Fain left of the hag. Fain turned to throw past Avila for what looked like a sure double play, but the ball popped out of his hand. He grabbed it on the first bounce, beat Doby to first and pounded his glove in disgust. » » • ROSEN'S CXOUT looked like an out as left fielder Gus Zcrnial bore in for the catch. Zemial took another look and started backing up. Ho wa.s against the outfield fence at the 360 foot mark when the ball, given just enough e.\tra life from a west wind current over the stadium, dropped" on the track about 15 feet behind him. Shantz took it philosophically. "It took a lot of luck to run that siring to 11 and 1 guess my luck ran out," he said. To Head Kclall Grocers Miami, Fla.. (/Pi Vincent L. Browner of Des Moines, la., will take over toraoriow a.s president of till- National ussociation ol Retail Grocers. succeeding Gerald KUimp of Ogden. Utah. Browner was nominated witliout opposition yesterday. Bargain Bills On Tap for Red Sox Fans Baseball fans In the Esthervlllo area will lie treated to two bargain hills in a row thunk.t to the weather man. Double headers are scheduled for Friday niglit with Wall Lake and next Monday night with Cat toll in ordei to make up games rained out last Monday night and lu.s' night. The first g-ame each night is scheduled for 6:30 and will be a seven-inning Contest with a regulation nine-inning gtinii- following. • • * KKI> .SO.\ offlcial.s are hopeful th;it fans will turn out in large numbers foi these two special attractions as expenses for a twin- hill are considerably higher than for a single garhe and a good crowd will be needed to make them pay off. Admission price will bb the sami as foi a single game so fans win see two contests for the price ol one i.ut tile m.inagement will got only one-nights gate receipts Instead o( Isvo. Wall Lake's I'opcorn Kernels, the team to play in Friday night's bargain bill, reported here last night raring to demonstrate that they are no longer the same team that jicrformed on the Esthcrville diamond Vast week. With BIX new jilayers in the lineup, the Kernels sponsor at Wall Lake expressed confidence last night that their club can now hold its own -with any league team, They were willing to demonstrate their confidence other than hy oral expression. The Kernels got their new talent Monday night after their game with Mason City was underway. The new players went into the lineup in the third inning and Wall Lake emerged victors, 9 to 5, ovoi the Legionnaires. * ^ V CARROLI/.S MERCHANTS will bo putting in their first appearance f, at Jaycee field when they report here Monday night for two games. Led by Tom Sheehan, their scrappy pilot, the Merchants have a new addition to their ranks. Bob Estabrook, fresh from the Sioux City Soos of the Western league. Estabrook hammered out a homo run and double in his first appearance for Carroll Sunday night while playing in center field. Bill Evans, the veteran Merchant outfielder, also has joined the team and the Merchants arc the strongest they've been since the start of the campaign. Estherville fan.s will have an opportunity to see Catcher Jim Hanson in action for the first time Friday night. Han.son. a veteran .of several seasons of pro baseball, reported yesterday. He has played with Don Hall and Gus Freeman and both regard him as an excellent receiver. Bob Ketchell pitched for the Sox last season and is from Lafayette college in Pennsylvania. Jim Turnesa, Chick liarbcrl in Tide Baltic Louisville .T Ten yeais ago ,/lni Ttirncsn, then an .'iriuy .sergeant, kntockod off four of the biggest names in professional golf only to lose to Sam Snead in the final of the PGA championship at Atlantic City. Five years ago Chiek Hiuhert. playing before the home folk.s in Detroit, survived a similar slaughter of favorites at Plum Hollow but w.ns beaten In the I;ist round when Jim Ferricr made a sensational recovery. Today one of them will g.'iin the coveted title and the other will again c'xperieiu'e the liejirtnche of defeat as they meet in the r!3-lu)le final of the PGA ehmiiiimsliip at Big Spring. It nuiy he a last chance for both. Chick is 37 yeais olii; .lini is n<l not old as the golfers in thi.s tournament go. but nearing llie agi- when thi- urge to play gruelling 36- hole matches yesterday, they proved that noitlier is too old for tlie polite golf version of a piei si.x brawl Harbert, laliheil as a fighter tif the links, scr.'imbled and I'lawed Ills way out of one tight spot after another lo conquer Bob Hamilton. 2 and 1. Turnesa put relentless pressure on cocky Ted Kroll to win three of the last five hole.s and gain a 4 and 2 victory. Nnmrd Probation OffJrrr Allison, (,T) —Butler county Deputy .Shi'iiff FranJ< Neal has beeii named probation officer foi the Tvvrirth Iowa judicial district. 'I'lie ilistrict cuvi -rs Kiomer, Butler, Haneork. Mitchell, iVinni'bago and Worth counties. Swimmiiiff Party Fulal tu Woinuii Dubuque. (,'Fi- A swimming par­ ly in the MiaslBslppi river proved fa(:il yesterday to a 36-ycai-old niibui|ue woman. Coroner Norbert Behr said the woman, Marcelene Rendrick«on, and John CFurrtfll had yoaa to the liver lo swim Iqst night.- Behr said O'Fnrrdll *told him the Hundrlckson woman ; wont Into the water first, and; Wjien'' he reached the river she had disappeared. Police recovered the • body, ComblDlrn tlie Vindicator and Kepubllcaii. PublUhed Every EvenlnR K.tcept Bundajr and Principal UoiiUaye. Kntored second class matter Oct. 8. 1930 at the poatottlce at Kstn- arvllle, Iowa, under the» act of Marcn 3, 1879. 4 Wed., Jiuie 25, 1952 Owned and PubUahed 'by. Detmcr l^e, Editor and Publisher. Aobert N, Ute, Advertising Manager. Tbs Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use for republication of all the local news printed in this newspaper u well as all AP news dls- patcbea. 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