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n SAYS HE BROKE PROMISE Dm Moines Tribune Page 21 W.J .July-, I9S. Goose Doesn't Amuse Pinkie By Mike Gartner Goose Tatum disappointed some 3,000 Des Moines baseball fans Tuesday night when, according to promoter P. L. (Pinkie) George, Tatum broke a promise. Tatum played only the final two innings in the Negro A merican League game at Pi oneer Memorial Stadium in which the Birmingham Barons beat the Detroit Clowns, 3-2. George said Wednesday TATCM that Tatum, a big drawing card, had promised to start here. The former Harlem Globetrotter basketball star and clown did not play at all at Waterloo Sunday night. George threatened to call off the Des Moines, date after Tatum disappointed Waterloo fans and Tatum . then promised to appear and start the game here, George said. But before the game, played for the benefit of Des Moines Baseball, Inc., Tatum told George he wouldn't start but would play later. After four innings, Ta tum still hadn't appeared and George made another trip to the dugout to talk with him. "I'll play when I want to and if I don't want to I won't go in," George quoted Tatum as saying. George reminded him of his promise to play but it was the eighth inning before the Goose finally inserted himself in the lineup. Doesn't Clown Tatum grounded out in his only time at bat and didn't try to be humorous, leaving the clowning to Joe Henry, who put on, a pleasing show. Ted Rasberry, manager of the Clowns, said that Tatum seldom plays more than three innings and that he was ill when the team appeared at Waterloo. Tatum had said before Tuesday's game that he didn't intend to clown, adding, "We've got one man for that so I don't do it." The Des Moines Dodgers were more than $600 richer after Tuesday's game. Some 2,156 fans paid to see the game. Children under 12 were admitted free. The profit went to the club. Mulstay's Three-Hit Toil Wins TUESDAY'S GAMES Firestone 14, Country Kitchen 3 Concrete Block 12. New Utica 0 Home Federal 6, Western Tool 2 Koch Bros. 9. Friendly Bank 3 Bankers Life 7, Economy Forms Armstrong Rhinos 9, Super Valu N - J f J f it Ricky Mulstay's three-hitter and the hitting of Roger Gale and David Mount helped Fire stone, the At k lantic Division .leaders, defeat J Country Kitch I en Tuesday for ; its twelfth j victory in 13 starts in the Babe Ruth I League. Iowa Con crete Block: with Jack Barlow pitch MILSTAY jng four . hit ball and striking out nine downed New Utica. Rob Jolley, Concrete, and Bob Burns. New Utica, had two for two, and Barlow, Steve Lilly and Dick Stroble made double play. Tom Drake gave up three hits and struck out 10 m leading Home Federal past Western Tool. Fred Allen's triple featured the offense Mike Schamerhorn, Western Tool, pitched a four-hitter. Jerrv Messerlv, Koch Brothers, hurled a two-hitter, fanned 10 and walked nine, and Cal Stout had two for two as the National Division leaders beat Friendly Bank. Bob Westlund, the losing pitcher, allowed six hits. Six runs in the fourth in ning enabled Bankers Life to ripfpat Eeonomv Forms. Lar ry Thomas, Economy Forms batted in two runs with two doubles. Armstrong Rhinos bunched hits with six errors and Art Stokesbarv hurled a four hitter in the victory Super Valu. RECREATION SOFTBALL Games Tonight over post-War- Asbury Our Method, Non-Doms D. M. Hawks CHt'RrH 0 6 W. I,. HAWKEVE GIKLN H. P. Christian vs. Grace Bapt. m Our Savior Luth. vs rtTVf p'Mft, vs. Ga.ile. Bapt. " mnlSniTHOniST LAME n , 7 p. m. Wesley vs. Lnion Pk. at AF'lfield , ,t, 8:45 P. m. Capitol Hts, at Ahfield . 5:45 p. m. Simpson vs. Easton rl. t Granrtvtew . CARDINAL OIRI.S 7 p. m. Srarletts vs. Belles or Cen tral at East Town S:45 p. m. Staves Memorial vs. Savior Luth. at East lown 7 d m. Maiorettes vs. Ia Hosp. at GranHy,ewmNf.s 7 n. m. Galilee Bapt. vs. First Bapt. VYs'pm1! -Forest Ave. Bapt. vs. H P. Open Bible st West His 7 p m. B'nai B nth vs. St. Joseph at Stone 8:45 p. m. Vikines vs. tSt0ne ALL-CITY B-30 p. m. Comm. Chapel I A N G. at Callanan 6:30 P. m Areo s vs. at Weeks sx m,y Union Pk 7 0: Ft Pes M. Grace 7 O Gatchel Piston H 4 2 First Simosnn S 3 Caoltol Hts Windsor Ht 5 3 Ashnrv TfESPAVS RKSt'LTS Grace 12 First O Windsor 13. Gatchel 1 Easton PI. !3. Capjtol Hts Tnion Pk. J 2. Ft. Des M. 0 S:r2PSon 1 bury Windsor Jrs. S 0 Pr. Ave. Christ EUB 2 4'W.,rfjr TTESPT-R RESULTS Park Ave Prespy. l. m. Windsor Jr. 17 Windsor Mariners 16 fHRlnss mil" i W II University 0 West Side C.Ien E-ho 4 2.Colle Ave, Union Pk 4 Vt-.k"da union V-EsrAVS RESULTS GVn Fcho 13, Wakonda 7 T'-nton Pk 19, West Side. 11 University 17 rnl!-re Ave 3 AI.I.'TAR W I I p?TO"S 9 0 K"o G Pnves 5 ;Rams F ".'s H 2-S4th Sir Co. Mule Farmers 5 3 W' TL v:SIMl P r.r.Li.ia Baror-s 17. 3h S (t. Co. 6 F A P.'s " T M' n METHODIST HOTS W I. I vf Imaruel 7 ?wley 4 J Cstrh-l S 3 T'mon Park 2 " Simpson 6 4 Etv Pi-r-e 2 6 TUKPDA Y'S RESULTS Fimnson 13 Gatrhel 12. Tnan'iel 10 T'r-on Park O. Wesley 1 Fas-n Plare P. BASEBALL ET SIDE 1.1 INDER W LI v L "-.let:cs 4 2 G'ants 3 4 Ca-rSinals 4 3 W-rnors 2 4 TTTSDAT-S P.ESULTS Cardinals 7. Gis-'s 3. Games To"'"'' polk n inr.n 6-30 P. m. S. A, C. C. v Fleas at Gran-lvlew. d-3rt p n p!ue Devils if De-nons tt Porse't E' Southside forfeited to H, E. Methodist. 1 7 Andrews W L 4 3 2 0 8 -sr- 1 Raccoon Cubs Tie i Dodsers for Title By Jack North (Sports Editor, The Tribune) fTlHE CUBS, with Mike Pharis and Tom Wright pitching JL a three-hitter, defeated the Tigers, 4-3, Tuesday, and tied the Dodgers for the Raccoon Valley Little League championship. The teams will play Thursday for the title. Mickey Davidson hit. a home run and a sihgle and Wright hit two doubles to lead the Cubs. Dale Crawford of the Tigers gave up eight hits and struck out nine. UNION PARK Steve Clark's seven-hit pitching, 10. strikeouts and two hits and two double plays, one by Joe Hill unassisted, featured the White Sox's 5-2 victory over the Yankees to win the league championship in a playoff. Wayne Shutt drove in two runs with two hits and Gary Christensen had three hits. HIGHLAND PARK lcndholm Steven Lundholm's two- clabk run homer in the sixth broke a tie and gave the Yankees a 6-4 victory over the Braves. Abbie Gardiner's no-hit pitching in 2 innings of relief and a fine running catch by John Accola of Larry Agan's drive against the left-field fence were other features. BEAVERDALE Bill Weidmaier tripled in the winning run and also doubled, and Douglas Inhofe pitched five-hit ball as the Cubs beat the Yanks, 5-4. Larry Tip-pett hit a two-run homer for the first circuit blow off a Cub pitcher this year. WINDSOR Bill Miller allowed one hit and fanned 12, Jim Moore hit his tenth homer of the season, and Dave Craig had two hits in the Dodgers 14-2 triumph over the Tigers. SOUTH DES MOINES John Bryan singled in the winning run in last of the sixth, as the Indians beat the White Sox, 9-8. Chuck Jordan made a neat catch of Kenny Zika's drive against the center-field fence for the Indians. MIDTOWN Mike McClish and brother Billy combined to hurl five-hitter and fan 11, Raymond Johnson batted in five runs with a triple, two doubles and a single and Bob Randle's two runs batted in with two doubles helped the Yankees beat the Cubs, 9-6. Eugene Burke, Cub left-fielder, made five good running catches. SAYDEL Bernie Sandvig batted in four runs with three hits and Jerry Taft and Mike Madden made three hits each in the Cubs' 10-4 victory over the Yankees. The Cubs are tied for first place. WEST DES MOINES Steve Lee pitched three-hit ball in four innings of relief. Gene Fuller batted in four runs with three hits and Steve Warywoda made a catch against the center-field fence with two on to rob Jay Wood of an extra base hit in the Giants' 11-8 defeat of the Yankees. For the Yanks, Andy Hahiska batted in four runs with two doubles. NORTH POLK Galen Sly allowed five hits and Terry Cory, substituting for his brother Larry, injured in the first frame, did a fine job behind the plate as the Ankeny Dodgers beat Alleman Brf.ves, 8-2. The Ankeny Dodgers and Polk City Cards played a seven-inning 8-8 tie at Polk City before the game was called because of darkness. GRAND VIEW Richard Sherzan gave up four hits and Don Good homered in the Yankees' 7-1 victory over the Indians. Gary Lamb of the Indians struck out 12. Jimmy Clayton's three-hitter helped the Cardinals beat the White Sox, 5-4. Dean Whiting, losing pitcher, struck out 12 but walked in the winning run in the final innin?. WOODLAND Tom Johnson fanned 10 and Steve Rowland and Don Johnson each doubled in two runs in the Dodgers' 14-6 defeat of the Cards. UNIVERSITY Three-run homers by Dick Purcell and John Allan helped the Indians beat the Tigers, 7-6. W I, 4 4 3 5 1 0 10 T, Lvnch, Howard Draw HALIFAX, N. S. GP New York lightweight Vernon Lynch battled Canadian champion Dick (Kid) Howard to a 10-round draw Tuesday night. 16 Walks Help West D.M. Cubs The Cubs made only four hits but they came with 16 walks and enabled the team to defeat the Indians, 16-5, in the West Des Moines Babe Ruth League Tuesday. Mike Wheatcraft, the winning pitcher gave up four hits. Bob Wright led the Cubs with two for four. The Cubs scored six runs in each of the third and fourth innings. Two Americans Gain Irish Semis DUBLIN, IRELAND UP) Two American tennis players, Mrs. Dorothy Head Knode of Forest Hills, N. Y., and 17-year-old Sally Moore of Bak-ersfield, Cal., Wednesday reached the semifinals of the Irish tennis championships. They will play each other Thursday. Mrs. Knode defeated former Irish champion Betty Lombard, 6-3, 6-1. Miss Moore beat Mary O'SuIIivan, a former Irish junior champion, 6-3, 6-2. KNOW YOUR GOLF RULES A r ? SL-3. Here Susie's ball has landed on the wrong green. She must not play it from the green. She must pick it up and drop it off the green, as near as possible to where the ball lay but not nearer the hole which she is playing. .National r.lf Foundation Linden Is Winner (The Tribune's Iowa NVws Smiee) LINDEN, IA. The Linden Merchants won the western Iowa semipro baseball championship Tuesday night by beating the Des Moines Am-vets, 8-3, behind the five-hit pitching of Kent Folsom, Iowa Teachers standout from Des Moines. Terry Bose and Otis Roby hit homers for Linden and Bob Downs collected two doubles and a single. Pitcher Bob Dudy homered for the Amvets. Linden will meet the winner of the eastern Iowa tour nament at Davenport for the right to play in the national semipro tournament in Wichita next month. P. X E. Linden . .130 300 001 K 1 , 2 D. M. Amvetl 010 010 010 3 S 1 Batteries l-olsom and i-ampoell; Dudy, Johnson f 9 1 and Underfer. THE SCOREBOARD Phone CH 3-7137 for Scores Western League w. Colorado Spgs..45 Amarillo ....42 Lincoln 33 Pueblo 38 Sioux City . . .37 Albuquerque ..35 Topeka 35 Des Moinej . .26 L. 28 32 36 38 39 39 39 45 Pet. .616 .568 .514 .500 .487 .473 .473 .366 GB. 3Vi 7'j 8"a 91', lOVj lOVi 18 Tuesday's Games Lincoln 6, Des Moines 1 Colorado Springs 4, Amarillo 3 Pueblo 2-3, Albuquerque 0-0 Topeka 17, Sioux City 4 Pitchers in Tonight's Games Des Moines (Daviault 0-0) tt Sioux City (Senerchia 5-6) Topeka (Demars 6-3) at Lincoln (Jackson 6-5) Albuquerque (Shuima 1-1) at Colorado Springs (Grant 3-4) Pueblo (Garber 5-3) at Amarillo (Blanton 9-3) Thursday's Games Des Moines at Sioux City Topeka at Lincoln Albuquerque at Colorado Springs Pueblo at Amarilla National League Milwaukee .. San Francisco St. Louis ... Philadelphia W ..40 .41 .37 .36 Chicago 39 Cincinnati 36 Pittsburgh ....36 Los Angeles ...33 L. 33 36 35 35 39 37 41 42 Pet. .548 .532 .514 .507 .500 .493 .468 .440 GB. i" 2Va 3 3Vi 4 6 8 Tuesday's Game American League All-Stars 4, National League All-Stars 3 Pitchers in Tonight's Games Night Milwaukee (Willey 2-1) at los Angeles (Williams 3-3) Only game scheduled Thursday's Games 2 Pittsburgh at Chicago Night Philadelphia at St. Louis Night Milwaukee at Los Angeles Night Cincinnati at San Francisco American League W L. Pet GB. N"w York 48 25 .653 Kansas City ..38 37 .507 11 Boston 38 37 .507 11 Detroit 37 37 .500 lWt Cleveland 37 40 .481 13 Chicago ....'.36 39 430 13 Baltimore ....35 40 .467 14 Washington ..31 45 .408 18'i Drake Star MONTREAL, QUE. UP) Solly Drake (former Des Moines player) got three hits to extend his batting streak to 19 consecutive games as his Montreal team defeated Rochester, 3-2, in" 10 innings in the International League Tuesday night. Tuesday's Game American League All-Stars 4, Na tional League All-Stars 3 Pitcher's in Tonight's Games Night Cleveland (Mciish 5-5) at New York (Ford 10-3) Only game scheduled Thursday's Games 2 Day, night Cleveland at Nev York Night Chicago at Boston Night Kansas City at BaHimort Night Detroit at Washington AMATEURS FARR ! vr WIN. 3 0 TULLAB C?;N"TKR. Ia. Pirk Lane of D Mcwnes tjrate1 the Dhai Center Merchants, 3-0. tn a ptcheit h '.rtie Tufwinv merit end hei f irt piare In til "rHrai Iowa Softball Lf teue. Trm Prfc. Ln rword 11 9-1 Park Lane adored aU of tta rura in the thjrd mmnit on a wr-gle bv rimr Km a hit batsman and two error Dirk Tratchel of Park Lane hurlar! a oie-hutr and atrorK out eieht. Pay Ni8ly of Da Ha a Center pitched two-fij. bait and fanned Bven hot-v-tot v. f, RAvr.ru PAILA CENTER. IA. The D MitnM H'tf-N-Tota wit met un Granger Marc ban i in ttia opentnr earn of the aarond d:rict A mar-can Softball Aaevxiatioia trwrnamem here Monday ihjeM at 7 TtO o'clock. Tfta aetnttnati will be pia ycd Y ednea-lay and the fVil on Friday. Ffrar -roiled pa;r.nee: Dee Moines Hot-K-Tota ve Granger Mir, burn, bye Ma-lnd Woodward. iOalisa Center Merchanta ' A4t Wee'ern Tv! went Into a t:e for flrat p! in tha N'atioral Association Soft-bu Lajr- Tuf.y v-'gax by defeaur.f tee City Merchants 5-7. Accepts Bid On Sewer The city council has voted preliminary acceptance of the low bid of $94,062 by Douglas Construction Co. on construction of the E. Sheridan avenue lateral-line sanitary sewer system. Also accepted Monday were these low bids: On paving Madison avenue from Lawnwoods drive to Lower Beaver road, Gillotti Construction Co., $4.34 a square yard. On construction of sani tary sewer in Forty-third street from Douglas avenue to 478 feet north, Hansman Bros., a $4.98 a linear foot, the only bid. The council recently: Referred to City Manager George Forster a petition for installation of street lights on Trowbridge street from S, W. Fifth to S. W. Ninth streets. Accepted the bid of $1,518 by Globe Machinery & Supply Co. as the lowest meeting specifications for sale to the city of six gang-mower units. Accepted the bid of $6,- 418.50, net after $775 trade-in allowance, by Globe as the lowest meeting specifications for two all-purpose, four- wheel tractors having push-type mower frames. Accepted the low bid of $4,595, net after $200 trade-in allowance, by Gobel Trac tor Co. on a clam-type grave-digger. Accepted the only bid, $2,596.80 by Goodman Motor Co., on a four-wheel drive pickup truck. Accepted the low bid of $5,220 by Fagerstrom Con struction Co. on construction of a picnic cabin in Union Park. Another Cool 5 Days for Meno Mild, relatively cool temperatures (from 3 to 6 degrees below normal) are expected to continue in Iowa through Monday (see below). The normal high at Menlo, where Conrad Smith, 12, helps in his father's locker plant, is about 87. Normal low there is about 66 degrees. feV- 1 lp Iowa men. 1m Inch Clr Tufs.VVisl.iTn-. Bnonn SO 3 .OS Burllnyton ...... 82 fi5 .00 Cedar KapM ...Hi 65 .00 Council Blufti ,.S3 63 .09 Davenport 82 64 .00 Dm Moinn Si 67 Dubuque 77 62 .00 Fort Ixxlge 82 6 .in Jetferson .......81 64 .01 Knoxviile 82 5 .02 Lamonl 81 63 MariihaHtowtt ,.,.80 6 Mason City ,...,75 62 .13 Ottumwa ...81 69 .00 Red Oak 88 63 .12 Sioux CUy 8 63 .29 Spencer 80 61 1.1$ Waterloo 7 65 .00 Wintert 83 62 .01 'Denotes trace. . V. gwr vAi, Until Thwrteey Metmn I ' ' I i LOCAL Partly cloudy, occasional shower or thunderstorm early ' Wednesday evening and cooler, low around 60. High Thursday around 80. IOWA Partly cloudy, scattered showers and thunderstorms east and south Wednesday night and possibly again Thursday afternoon extreme south. Cooler northwest Wednesday night, lows 55 to 65; highs Thursday 75 to 85. Mostly cloudy and cooler with scattered showers Friday. THROUGH MONDAY Temperatures will continue cool, averaging 3 to 5 degrees below normal highs in the upper 80's and normal lows In the low 60's. Occasional showers and thunderstorms the next five days will average from a half to one Inch. DES MOINES MOISTURE: 620 Inches since July 1, or 5.17 above normal; 16.37 inches since Jan. 1, or .04 below normal. DES MOINES RIVER FALLING: Stage 7 . m. Wednesday at Second ave. in Des Moines.- 14.2 feet (bankfull, 23). United States HiKh. Tuee.! 118, Blythe, Cal. Low Wed.: 29. Fraser. Colo. 8:30 . m. Hlsh Lew fltjr Wed. Tuee. Wed. Albuquerque Cloudy S6 71 Atlanta ....Clou'y 84 69 Bismarck . .Cloudy f8 53 Boston . . .Cloudy 61 Brownsville, Cloudy 86 75 Cheyenne . .Clouily 85 52 ChioaKo ...Cloudy 70 63 Denver .... Clear 90 58 Detroit ....Cloudy 77 60 Puluth, Rain 7t 50 Fort Worth .Clear SS 69 Infl Falls ...Ram 74 55 Kansas City Clear 84 70 l.oa Anueles Clear 90 66 Memphis ...Cloudy 86 71 Miami . .Cloudy 85 75 Minneapolis Cloudy 68 62 New Orleans Cloudy 85 74 New York . .Cloudy 8S 70 Okla. City .Cloudy 82 63 Omana ...iCiounv S3 "63 Phoenn Clear 114 84 Portl d. Ore, Cloudy 74 59 Reno Clear 95 47 St, Louis . .Cloudv 8,1 63 Salt Lake G Clear 94 57 K. Francisco. Cloudv 75 55 Seattle . .Cloudy 69 57 Washington ..Kaio 92 71 Outside United States C'llv (Midnlsllt. and time lows, tlme Temp, Fairbanks. 8 p. m. ..Cloudy 5S Honolulu. 8 p. m ..Cloudy 71 .lutieau. S o. m Cloudy 50 Montreal. 1 s. m. .. Clear 61 Winnipeg, Mldnlslit ..Cloudy 6 The Sun: Sets 7:50 tn. Wednesday. Rises 4:50 . m. Thursday. tl"3l'lf.ii.,T.Ml-'.'J f l1;! 3.H VIA IX'tfYA'M L'l'.'Oi'l I.lll.'.l i t fl'Iiif .H IH'III'LI I'" 1 Gypsy Rose Lee Collapses WESTBURY, N. Y. UP) Gypsy Rose Lee collapsed from the heat during a performance in "Happy Hunting" Tuesday night, but returned to finish the show amid a standing ovation from audience and cast. Council O. K. Subdivision Plat The city council has approved Betts-McCabe Plat 1, representing a 40-lot subdivision lying north of Shawnee avenue and east of Beaver avenue. Henry E. Betts and Joseph McCabe are the owners. The council took the action Monday on the recommendation of the city plan and zoning commission. These plats were approved by the council recently: liMltr llelsMs, between S. W. Klptllh and IS. W. Ninlli streets souih 01 Mc-Kinley avenue. FalrKroiimt Knlates, between E. Thirty. liftli and K, 'Ptni-ty-einhttl streets soutlt of University avenue. WetuoiMl Mills, west of Flrty sec-ond street several hundred feet south of Crand avenue. HrtMikmoiit Aeres . north nf Thornton avenue and west of 8 I'nion street, listed s nwned by Robert II. Boudewyu and oUters. Park Fair Heights Plat 1. on both sides of K, Ninth street between Shawnee and Aurora avenues. Franklin HeUhls Plal 1, both sides of the MIO-litiH'k of llolromb avenue, with Krnest Canine listed as contrart-purchaser. rarmel Helirhts Plat 2. west nf Harding road and several hundred feet north of Iiotiitlas avenue, listed ss owned by ('. Chester Clarkson. I.ynner Heights Plat ft. north of tlouKlas avenue mldwav between Thirtieth street- and Hardin road, with Helen !. l.ethen listed as owner and Ii.-irwln T I.ynner ns subdivide!-. New Soviet Note To U. S. Envoy MOSCOW, RUSSIA UP) U. S. Ambassador Llewellyn Thompson, jr., was summoned to the Soviet foreign ministry Wednesday and given a note from Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko. It was believed that the note was another demand for a clear statement from the United States on suspension of nuclear tests in connection with he Geneva conference of technicians. m .ii win i """i1 wiJjMiiwiitiiiiiui, Liuiiu 1 1 1 ii ii iuii ii m ji . upmn im w IliPJiylgJ Preuwt-Tempering it a new U. S. Roya! "Safety Firit" process formerly used only in nylon tire costing up to twice at much, tt provides unitized strength throughout the tire body, adds blowout protection, increases safety at thru way speeds. Available now at sale prices in U. S. Royal Safety First Tires the tires that put your safety first! 1 T' tt 5 iA U.S. ROYAL NYLON Deluxe stHiW t ; 6015 pln tax ood freadobi Art, bloclrwad, hb-typ St f TUBI-TYPI I TUBEUSS 5iie llsttwoll VfeitewaR IkkiwoII Wliitesnfl 6.70-15 $1795 $25 20 $23 25 $28 46 7.10-IS 2282 27.97 75 50 31.24 740-15 24.95 30 56 2792 34.21 800-15 2741 33 58 , 31.07 38 04 AN P'ifeM Pm Tn ond Triorfr)hlf Trr ,h yo" . .. wu ton1 ath ' rl ' " ' RAYON taai i "" " A JO1 5 fJl C. tferwo 433 E. Grand rtli Co. Ph. CH 4-5215 9. M i n n mm ses, iVictimney & woi? 1415 W. Grand Ph. CH 3-0515 !Befcipsfc!S

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