The Courier from Waterloo, Iowa on September 25, 1958 · 18
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THURSDAY, HEPTtMBEK . !.' WATERLOO DAILY COimiKR. WATERLOO, IOWA. fag tight Wednesday Baseball American , CHICAGO 4, DITIOIT I n tVtroit AB H Kutnn.tf I Wilson, e Xlin,rf Hrru,lb Oroth.if Boiling Jb Mirlin.Jb Veal, Lary.p a-?.ernial h-Be lime Morgan ,p R BljChlrago ABHBI 1 0 I 0 ( 6 1 ! I t 0 Smith, rt rrn.jt, 1 8 G dmsn.Jb 4 A Landis.cf . 1 0 l.nllar.c 4 T'rgean,lb 4 Phillips, cf-3b Callu.on.lf Apancio.as Expostto, Pterce.p Moo re, p r-Boon Rudolph.p Tout 38 11 t Tolali 1? II I Hiked (or Liyy in Sth; b-nn Int. 7.min in nn; grounded out lor Moor in 3 th. Detroit WW (lis lot 6 3 Chicago ... . . 010 000 110 1-4 E Kuenn. PO-A Detroit 27-11, Chicago 30-13. DP Calliton, Aparicio and Torgeson; Ksposito and Torgeson Bollinf, Veal and Harm. LOB Da trolt I, Chicago t. 1B-Hirnv 3B Land is. 8 Espol- o, witson. vaal IP H B IB BB SO Ury I 10 1 3 1 Morgan (L, 1-4) . 1 1110 Plerc I, 11 3 3 1 Moor t 3 0 0 Rudolph iW. 1-01 1 10(00 V McKinle.v, Berry. Umont and jiarierty. T 3:50. A l.SW. KANSAS C1TV 1, CLEVELAND 4 Clev'land AB H Bl Raines ,2b a-Avila Mnian.Jb d-WeiU Craber.I Power.lb Minoso.lf Colavito.rf 1 1 1 Jckon,3b 4 Nixon.c 4 S Held. 4 Bell.p 3 1 Moki.p 0 b-Naragon 1 1 Brod'skl.p Crant.p 0 e-Geiger 1 1 1 0 0 o o 0 0 4 Kan. City AB H BI Tuttle.cf Marla.ri Loper.ilb Cerv.lf Heriog.lf Ward, lb C'squel.Jb Chitl.c DeM'atrl.M 4 Terry, p 3 Herberts 1 1 1 Total 35 10 41 Total ST 13 1 a Homered (or Raine in 7th, b Singled (or Mow In 7th, c Tiled out for Grant In tth, d Struck out for Moran in (to. avland 001 100 300 4 Kanaa City . 000 113 0Ix-7 E, Jackson; PO-A. Cleveland 24-11, Kan sea City 37-11: DP, Held to Rain to Power 2, DeMaestrl to Lopez to Ward; LOB, Cleveland f. Kansas City . IB, DeMaeslri, Lopez; SB, Bell; KR, Nixon, Co la vi to, Maris 2. Avlla. IP H R ER BB SO Bell L,U-! ...3il0 4 4 3 Moasi ij 1 1 1 0 BrodowsH .HI I 1 Grant H 2 12 11 Terry (W, 11-11) It's 3 4 4 2 7 Herbert 2'a 2 9 1 U, Rommel, Stevens, Runge, Rice; T, 1:28; A. 1.311. BALTIMORE t. WASHINGTON t. Wash. Schjuve.Ib 4 Pearaon.rf 4 Sievera.lb 4 Courtney ,c 1 AUlson.cf Chriiley.K Kbrewjb Bridges. -Plew Alvarei.aa Pascual.p b-Yost It ABHBI Clev'nger.p 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Baltlm'r AB H Bl Taiby,c(,lf 4 Boyd, lb 4 W'dling.rf I Busby.cf 0 Nieman.lf 1 Pflarctk.rf 1 Triandon.c 3 Burke,3b 3 Rob'son.Jb 1 Gardner ,7b 4 Adair, u 3 Porto'rrop 3 Total 28 3 01 Total 31 3 2 Popped up for Bridge in tth, b Filed out tor Paacual in Sth. Waahingtoa 000 000 0000 Baltimore 011 000 OOx J E. Burke; PO-A. Washington 34-1, Baltimore 17-9; DP, Triando to Adair to Boyd, Adair to Gardner to Boyd, Gardner to Adair to Boyd. Sievers to Bridge to Sieven; LOB, Washington 1, Baltimore 1. 2B. Allison. IP H R EH BB SO Paaeual (L, 3-12) 7 3 13 1 Clevenger 1 0 0 0 12 port'ro iW, 18-111 3 0 9 t 1 PB, Courtney; U, Paparelia, Ch.vlak, Tabacehi, Stewart; T, 1:57: A, 8,124. EW IOKK 1, CUSTOM R N. York AB H BI Bauer ,rf 4 1 1 Carey,3b Mantle.cf Berra.c Siebern.lf 1 2 1 Ekowr'n.lb I 1 McD'g'd,lb 4 ! Xubek.sa 4 0 Maas.p 4 1 Duren,p t 0 ABHBI 1 Boston Buddui, S 1 Runnels, lb 4 1 Williams.if 3 Malione.3b 4 Jenaen.rf 4 Piersall.cf 4 Lepcio,2b 3 c-Renna 1 Consolo.Jb 0 White,c 4 Brewer.p 1 a-Keougti 1 Tornielea.p 0 b-Stephen 1 Kiely.p 0 d-Ber beret I Total 18 I 8 Totals 36 ( t a Tripled for Brewer in fifth, tallied out for rornieles in seventh e Popped out for Leprio in eighth; d Grounded out for KJelv in nintn New York 310 200 017 Boston 000 110 030 S E. Console. Buddm. Malione; PO-A, New York 27-4, Boston 27-13; LOB, New York I, Bolton 1. IB. Bauer. Oarey. Williams: 3B, Keough; HR, Bauer, Mantle, Mialzone S. IP H R ER BB SO Maa (W.ll-8) .7 8 4 4 1 Duren 2 1 I I t Brewer U -12i 5 7 4 rorniele 2 0 0 0 0 KWv 2 2 1 0 0 HBP, Brewer (Carey); T, 2:40; 1.863. National LOS ANGELES R St. Li ABHBI Burton.rf 3 0 0 Tate.s Musial.lb Jackson p Boyer,3b Noren.lf d-Valem'la e-Moon Green.c B. G. S h,cf Kasko.2b b-B'ame,lb Mabe.p a-Freese Chittum.p c-Cui'm.lb 4, ST. LOLIS 8. r Los An. ABHBI Lillii.sa Cimoli.cf Fairly .If Gentile, lb Hodges.lb Demeter.rf Roseboro,c Zim'er.3b Neal.Sb Craig.p Kipp.p Burer.p 3 2 1 0 4 0 1 4 f Two Tutor Tackles Spark TC Defense Two reasons why the Iowa State Teachers College football team has thrown up a touqh defense this season are tackles John Sullivarv left, of Spencer and Dennis Rem-mert of Mason City. The two junior letter-men have helped the Tutors yield opponents an average of only 3.5 yards a play, both rushing and passing. Teachers, with a 2-0 record in non-league activity so far, opens its North Central Conference campaign against North Dakota State in Cedar Falls at 8 p. m. Saturday. Davenport Takes Wide Lead Over Sioux City ( Central ) in Poll Quarterback Hurt; Dotson or Toman May Start for UIU (COl'RIFR NEWS SERVICE) FAYETTE The injury jinx that has plagued the . Upper Iowa University football team's pre-season preparations strucK again Wednesday afternoon and left the status of starting quar terback Bob Johnson in doubt as the season opener at t:ju p. rn. Saturday against Buenaj Vista approaches. Coaches Dr. John Dorman and Eb Eischeid were awaiting , word! Thursday morning on whether; or not the split-T quarterback will be ready for the Iowa Conference game. If he can't go. the starting job apparently will go to one of two freshmen Bill Dotson of East Waterloo or Tom Toman of Chicago. , Another freshman also has won a starting position in the week. backfield. He is Neil Evans of Waukon. Keith Clough, lnde pendence sophomore, and Milt Mohs, junior lotterman from Postville, will fill out the start Ing backfield at halfback and fullbackrespectively. An all-veteran line is set with Bob George and Denny Brumm at the ends, Lee Boehme and Bob Rick the tackles, Dale Krie meyer and Lou Kearney the guards and Verl Sell, a convert' ed tackle, at center. Two big freshmen counted on for considerable duty are on the injured list and one, Uiclobus Hospital. wan, a za-pouncier ironvwest Branch, has dropped school. Jim Mott, the 265-pound center from Chicago, probably will be able to rejoin the squad next Emotional Outburst Following 1(0 Lands Jesse Bowdry in Hospital CHICAGO WW Jesse Bowdry of St. Louis, seventh ranking light heavyweight, was so emo tionally upset after losing to, Sonny Ray In Chicago Stadium Wednesday night he had to be hospitalized. The 20-year-old fighter, stopped at 1:22 of the ninth round by the 3-1 underdog Ray, was incoherent atterwards in his dressing rgom, which was barred to newsmen. His rantings could be heard through the closed door and Dr. Irving Slott, chief examining physician of the Illinois Athletic Commission, worked over him for more than 20 minutes. Later he was taken to Colum ned scored 19 KO's In the proithe same time to halt It, which ranks', held the upper hand he did. through seven rounds of the nationally televised bout. . Then Ray who had been giving him a good body beating with a digging left and strong right, began pounding him nearly at will in the eighth. Bowdry was wobbly when it ended, and Ray drove him to a corner at the start of the ninth. He ham mered him with lefts and rights and it looked as if Bowdry would collapse. Boxing commissioner Frank Gilmer at ring side signaled referee Walter Brightmore that Bowdry had had enough. Bright more was ready to move In at Preps Continued THE POLLSTERS. 1. Darcnpart (III t. Kieai City Central (4) . 3. Dubuqae (I) 4. Eat Drs Main's HI t. Dibuqa Lrss (1) ... - 8. Ames - 1. Maian City 8. Sioux City H'tlan ! . t. Drs Moines Roosevtlt , 18. East Rloun City It. West Waterloa St. n, Clinton . 13. Atlantic . 14. Marshalltown SI. 15. Cedar Rapids 'Washingtsa) 14. East Waterloa 14. 17. Beltendsrf IS. 18. Nrwtea 13. 18. Ottamsa It. M. Krokak 3. It, Borllngten 8. SI. Oelwetn 8. S3. Cedar Falts 1 SS. Centtrville 1. til. Glldden-RalsUa 8. t. I.eMara 8. 17. Sumner 4. SS. Clrmsnt-Elcln 3. S8. Emmetsbarg 3. 3. Grondr Center 1. SO. Masratln 3. 30. Cherokee t. 3.1. DeWItt 1. 83. North English I. 8.1. Marion 1. 33. Des Moines (Terh) t. 83. Armstrang 1. 33. Tama 1. By L. E. SKELLEY DES MOINES W) Daven port's Blue Devils, who l(Loras) finished fifth with:a major test for the Blue Dev l-o in. uuras was muucu tin uic no, if No. 1 spot by one voter. Ames polled 107 points for and Mason with 70, 1 in sixth ! m seventh 4 4'J'i MASON CITY and City was each with a 2-0 record, tan one point gle at Mason City in the, only change for Teachers High of Cedar Falls in its North Iowa Cedar League contest at Ack-ley Friday. The Little Panthers' letterman guard Tom Ruxlow may be moved back to blocking back to replace the injured Randy Fossum with Bruce Hendrikson, a 200-pound sopho more, movinu in at Ruxlow'i Loras, guarr. ahead of Sioux City (Heelan).lgame bringing together mem- Heelan, which knocked city rival, East, 12-6, last week, had one first place vote. Des Moines (Roosevelt) landed in the ninth spot with THE CEDAR Falls -Cresco game will be close if the tra dition of the oast live vears and Maishalltown.ihniHc nut rir Fail. nil 46 points and East Sioux City Other was 10th with 421a. Moines off;bers of the top ten. Ames iwo Diner enira i 10 wa un-five gameSi but never by more ierence iocs, win ciasn at than a seven margin, Ames.. K,-oc l,ov ii.7 1R.11 68 r 7 . , ''W-6. 20-15 and 13-7. Cedar Falls vs. West Waterloo; rcn ha, ,v ron. There are several : top-flight East Sioux City vs East Wa- ords wUh Tigers ownjng fl matches among the state s terloo; Heelan vs. Sioux Falls leaders this weekend. (Cathedral); Dubuque vs. Ce- Davenport is at home tojdar Rapids (Jefferson); Roose-East Moline in a Mississippi velt vs. Des Moines (Tech). Valley Conference game and Sioux City (Central) has an the Panthers are regarded as; open date. Denver Severs Agreement With Yanks, Fires Manager ver Bears of the conference victory while Cres co dropped its loop opener last week. Despite the possible change of Jones and Bond, Coach Fran cis Babcv. 'k's announced start ing lineup is the same as for last week's game at Charles City with Dick Smih at the other end, Derald Minikus and Gerald Lewis at tackles, Bill Jones and Carter Wood at guards. Merrill McCunniff at center, Gene Armstrong at quar- Associated Press high school football poll of the season. Davenrjort received 17 of DENVER Gfi The New ficials were not available for York Yankees and the Den- statement in New York. 1 Denver Durchased the Yan- American , , lr i : ... ' tprhnr-tr anH I'p Mirkpv anrl kcks nansas viiy xranciiise;-- - . years ago W0lKl g Athletics moved westward. 1 Denver finished league play turn, tired fuj m 1955 an(4 second in haven't lost in 35 games, are Association came to the Pai'Hfo7 Vs 000 four the No. 1 choice in the first; ing of ways Wednesday. The wheJ 'he oM two clubs agreement. The Bears, had a in ANOTHER change might send Mike Reifsteck in at tackle. Lewis to end and Jensen to full ih 1R firit-Dlaee votes cast'Andy Cohen, their manager1956 and 1957. The Bears won Mike Klein, letterman half in thA rv.1l nf 'snorts editors. durmS tne 1958 . camPaIe.n, the junior world series in, back, still is ready for only 1 r ItirVion Mamrai -FinichoH frtllrth . - n 1: i j uiinitu uui.v oeuause 01 an in jured leg. Other 1C High starters are and sDortscasters. The Blue Devils' total points soared to 243 for a wide margin over Sioux City (Central) which J 11A . : t , ;nnl.,4inrt oiew i iv puiiiis, 1111.1UU1115 1 when Denver finished fourth! jg57 in the class AAA baseball Cohen contacted in El Paso, circuit. I Tex., took his release in stride. Deer Applications Near 5,000 Mark DES MOINES - Applica tions for deer hunting permits during the gun season this year are coming in fast, the State Conservation Commission said Thursday. With only 6.000 permits to be issued, more than 4,500 already have been received. The season is Dec. 13-14. The first 5,- 000 permits will be issued on a first-come-first-served basis. If there ere more than 6.000 the remainder will be Issued through a drawing. Want your baking powder biscuits to be extra delicious? Use light cream instead of milk in the dough. This suggestion applies to biscuits made from a mix aa well a to those made from (cratch. IT WAS Bowdry's first licking in 10 fights and Ray's 10th straight victory. Until it was stopped, Bright-moie had Bowdry ahead 37-35 under the five point must system. Judge Allen Frankel and the Associated Press had it square 36-36. Judge Howard Walsh had Ray ahead 37-36. Ray's decisive edge in the eighth round made the offilcal count close. Bowdry had the margin until then. Ray weighed 17114 and Bow-dry 173. Attendance was 889 with a net of $1,099. "I WOULD say he would be in the hospital at least two days as a precautionary measure, said Dr, Slott. "He is emotion ally upset and further tests to evaluate the situation must be made. He definitely is rational, though." Under Illinois rules, a fighter absorbing a kayo is suspended automatically for 30 days and such a suspension is upheld throughout the National Boxing Assn. chain. Slott said that after further examinations he may recom mend suspension for 60 days of Bowdry, a former Golden Gloves champion. Only three times in 26 bouts as a pro has Bowdry been defeatedall three losses being to the 22-year-old Ray, who learned the trade in Chicago gyms. Ray had knocked, him out once before, 14 months ago. BOWDRY, a circling machinelike combination puncher who Kahn's Filly by Native Dancer Shot After Going Wild on Plane NEW YORK ii A yearling filly sired by Native Dancer and owned by the Aly Khan, went wild in a cargo plane Wednesday, injured herself seriously and was destroyed by a veterinarian. ine unnamed liny, whose dam was Misdemeanour, by Court Martial, was aboard a Dutch Airliner about to take off from Idlewild Airport for Amsterdam. There were four other horses in the plane. The chestnut filly was consigned to the Keeneland summer sales at Lexington, Ky., by the Mereworth Farm, and sold for $8,500. She broke out of her stall thrashed about and suffered fractures of the right hind leg and multiple lacerations of the body. Two grooms were unable to quiet the frightened horse. Capt. Jan Berkum, pilot of the plane, radioed the control tower. Veterinarian Thomas E. Corwin Jr., of Queens, wi called. He destroyed the filly with one revolver shot in the head. The flight was delayed until Saturday. TRABERT OVER KRAMER. LONDON OfV-Tony Trabert Wednesday night handed hi boss, Jack Kramer, a 7-5, 6 4 defeat In the London professional indoor tennis championship!. The win put Trabert in the semifinals, where he meets Australian Ken Rosewall. Frank Sedgman of Australia defeated Ecuador's Pancho Segura 6-3, 6-4 in another second round match He qualified to meet world professional champion Pancho Gonzales in the other semifinal. anti-freeze with MR-8 keeps your carls cooling system Chemically Safe from rust and corrosion! Robert S. Howsam, presi- "That's the way it goes in Ron Rice and Dick Blott, ends; dent of the Denver club, had baseball," Cohen said. "I en- four first-place ballots, the runner-up spot. Dubuque Senior High, which has scored 70 points and allowed only 7 in blasting Moline and Iowa City, took the third spot with 153 points. One first place vote went to the Rams. EAST DES MOINES, named by two voters as the best in the state, attracted 120 points for fourth and Dubuque for no comment Yankee of-1 joyed the experience o o 3 1 3 1 0 3 0 0 10 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 31 1 1 Totals 28 T 4 a-Fouled out for Mabe in tth: tattled out for Kasko in 8th: c-walked for Chittum in '8th; d-announced for Noren in 8th; -filed out for Valen-tuela in 8ia. 6t Louis . . 0O0 000 3013 Los Angele . . 102 001 OOx 4 E-Mabe. Craig, Cimoli. PO-A St. Ixmls 24-15. Loa Angelea 2T-8. DP Mufal, Tate and Musial; Neal and 1 tills: Keko and Musial: Neal and Gentile; Kasko, Tate and Musial. Neal. Lillis and Gentile. LOB St Louis 4: Los Angelea 4. 2B Boyer, Roseboro" HR Lillis, Demeter, Boytr. IP H R KR BB SO Mabe L, v 8 3 3 3 2 Chittum 1 II 1 0 Jackson 1 0 0 0 0 2 Craig (W, 1-0) Ti 4 1 I 3 Klpp . 'a 1 . I 1 i n Birrer .1 0 8 0 0 HBP bjr Mabe LillU. WP Cr!g. V Gorman. Burkhart, Bogges. Dixon A-12 771 CHICAGO 13. 9hS FRANCISCO 3. R Chi. ago AB H BI T rlot.lb 4 1 0 Dark.Sb I flanks. 4 Moryn.lf 4 Th sCTt.if.ef 4 Long 1 4 Boiger.rf 1 Marshall. rf 1 Neemen.c I Briars .p 1 Hennt t Klstoai.p 3 (-Tanner 1 tuckimjt t San PYanctloo AB H BI Dwv'porUb 3 0 0 Rndgers.s 3 0 Ma.vs.cf 3 3 Wagner Jf 3 0 Cepeda.lb 4 0 Klrkiand.rf 3 1 Spencerjb 3 1 Jone,p 0 Schmidt.e I Gomel, p 2 MrCo'ick.p c-Jabl'ntki I 0-White t d-Sauer 1 e-ThonM.e 1 Moncant.p t g-Lock man 1 Gial.p Johnson.fi 8 b Announced for Sfhmidt in Sth, c Popped out for White in Sth. d -Singled for McCormick In Sth, e Ran for Sauer in 8th. f Grounded out for Bolger In 8th, (Grounded out for Jones In 8th. Chicago Oil 010 02S 10 San Francisco 010 002 0003 E, T. Taylor. Davenport; PO-A, Chicago 27-10, San Francisco 21-8; DP. Dark to Long, Davenport 'unassisted!; LOB, Chicago 7, San Francisco 8; 2B, Mays, T Taylor; 3B, Maya. Jackson; SB, Thomas, T. Taylor 2; SF, Dark. B H R ERBBSO Rriggs ..... .. 5V, 3 3 3 4 1 Henry Vsl O 0 0 0 0 Cist on (W, 8-81 .3i 0 0 8 1 3 Giel il 4 4 1 1 Gomel ... 3 3 3 3 3 0 McCormick ... 1 1 0 0 0 0 Moniant (L, 8-101 13 2 10 Jonea ... I 1 0 0 0 0 Johnson "i 1 1 1 1 0 U. Conlan, Secory, Venzon, Sudol; T. 3:04; A, 7,387. Polish Fencer in Hiding; Wants to Stay in America as Refugee BUFFALO, N, Y. UP-A cham Jerry Young and Kurt Kuen-stling. tackles; Dennis Hagenow-guard; K. C. Stewart, center; Jerry Grosse and Ed McDowell, half backs, and Gary Shoemaker, fullback. pion fencer irom foland, who says ne disiiK.es Kussian boss es, is in hiding near Buffalo Jerzy Twardokens, 27, is stay- Season Tickets Sold u ik.,1 tu. T;ij States is pictured in Poland as Out TOf LOS Angeles poverty-ridden and ruled powerful bankers. "But when I got here, I saw by Prftfeinnnl Fnnthnll LOS ANGELES Wl No moitop, tirVt9Tn tl-igui finicVi in ing in a secluded cottage whilejit was different. I realized they tu. Kra,innai sw,thaii Iphoup he awaits a hearing Tuesday, were lying and I had to stay " racei the Rams have it made concerning a possioie aamisswn He has reported to immigra-1 again at the box office. 10 uie uimeu oiaies m a pouu-,tion olliciais, who will hold the cal refugee. His story was told in an article copyrighted by the Buffalo Courier-Express. Twardokens came to Buffalo Sept. 15 with a Polish exhibi tion fencing team that toured the United States and Canada. The rest of the team left Montreal for Poland Wednesday. Twardokens was befriended here by a Polish-American to whom he divulged his desire to stay. "I don't like living in a country where the Russians are bosses," he said. Hoople Contest Entry Blank Texas Christian-Iowa Southern California-Michigan California-Michigan State Minnesota-Washington Wosh. State-Northwestern " SMU-Ohio State - Nebraska-Purdue " UCLA-Illinois Konsos-Oregon State Indiana-Notre Dame West Virginia-Oklahoma Penn State-Pennsylvania Tennessee-Auburn North Carolina-Clemson Slippery Rock-Edinboro State PASTE ON POSTAL CARD X the winners: if you pick a tie X both teams. Mail to Major Hoople, In care of Courier. hearing He hopes to bring his wife to this country some day. "I don't think Poland would stand in the way of happiness for a young married couple," he said. The slim, blond fencer, winner of four Polish national championships, placed third in the world fencing championships in Philadelphia last August. League Leaders LEADING BATSMEN. (Based en KM ar more at bats). AMERICAN LEAGIE. G AB It H Prt Ranntls, Beaton H: 54 Williams. Boston 17 4H) 78 l'!8 . Kaenn, Detroit IM 34 70 in Ml Boyd. Baltimore I'M an 58 l?4 .:ti:t Power, CiFvel'd It." 978 87 180 .:U HR Mantle, New Vork, 43; C ola- viio, Cleveland, 39; Cerr, Kansas City, :8; Sievers, Washington, 38; Jensen, Boston, ill. RBI Jensen. Boitnn, 1!: Colavita, Cleveland. 1117; Sievers, Washington, MS; trrv, Kansas City, 103; Mantle, New Tark. . NATIONAL LEAGI E. G AB R H Pet. May. San Fran. 148 587 ll t:t .348 Ashburn. Ph phU 148 83 1117 .344 Masial, St. Louis 13'.' 458 83 IM .3.141 Aaron, Milw'kee 15 893 108 10 .331 Skinner. Pitts'gh 141 818 80 187 .3'.' 4 HR Banks, Chicsge, 47; Thomas. Pittsburgh, 33; Robinson, Cincinnati, HI: Mathews. Milwaukee, 31; Aaron, Mllwaakee. SO. RBI Banks. Chlraga. L!8: Tbamaa, Pittsburgh, I0; Aaron. Milwaukee. 95; H. Anderson. Philadelphia. 99; Mays, San Francisco, 94; Cepeda, San Frantisca, 94. 2 WEEK Season Special! LIT US STEAM CLEAN YOUR MOTOR and RADIATOR AND Winttriia Your Cor With 2 Gallons of Permanent ANTI-FPEFZE A $10.00 $7 C7 Value WILBER AUTO BODY SHOP W. 9th nd Commercial Diol A Do mi 2-5927 Season tickets for Los An geles' home games are sold out, from goal to goal in the vast expanse of Memorial Coliseum. All indications point to the Rams leading the league once more in over-all gross. The Rams had a 6-6 record1 at the end of the 1958 season,' but they played to more than one million persons the first time that had been done by any team, college or pro. Prep Sports Football Independent LIME SPRINGS tl, RICEVILLC B 8. LIME SPRINGS Dean Fausnaugh Scored twice here Wednesday night to lead Lime Springs to a 21-0 football victory over the Riceville B team. Dean Pisney (cored Lime Springs' other TD. Riceville B .. 0 0 0 00 Lime Springs T 0 7 721 Lime Springs TDi, Fausnaugh 3, Pisney. Baseball DTSART 13, CLI TIER t. Clutier .100 004 3 3 3 Dysart 050 38x 13 7 4 Gerleman. R. 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