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Red Sox Take Narrow Lead in American Pennant Race Major League STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. .586 .529 .529 .512 .500 .473 .456 .422 Boston 51 36 Brooklyn 45 40 St. Louis 45 40 Pittsburgh 44 42 New York 43 43 Philadelphia 43 48 Cincinnati 41 49 Chicago 38 52 Sunday Results Chicago 6; New York 3. Brooklyn 7-4; Pittsburgh 6-7. St. Louis 6-6; Boston 5-8. Cincinnati 11-9; Philadelphia 8-2. AMERICAN LEAGUE VV. L. Boston 54 36 Philadelphia 5(5 38 Cleveland 51 36 New York 52 37 Detroit 44 45 Washington 39 50 St. Louis 32 53 Chicago 28 61 Sunday Results Boston 3; Cleveland 0. Washington 5-4; St. Louis 1-6. Philadelphia 4-2; Detroit 0-10. New York 5-7; Chicago 3-3. Pet. .600 .596 .586 .584 .494 .438 .376 ,315 Austin Golfer Wins Invitational Tourney at Charles City Charles City—Ron Erickson of Austin won the Charles City invitation golf tournament by defeating Ed Stone of Waterloo in a playoff here Sunday. There were 124 entries in the tournament at the Country club. On account of rain only the championship i'light played 27 holes— all other flights played 18 holes. Low nines, of the day were by John Monroe, Charles City, and Dale Kniss, Waterloo, with 32s. John Burgess of Cresco won the flag event by scoring a hole in 1 on No. 5 on his first round; he had 38 on that 9. He was playing with Paul McDermott of Charles City, Jim Hownrd of Cresco and Rex Funk of Fort Dodge. CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT "Ed Stone. Waterloo H5-:j:!-4D—10H *Kon Erickson, Austift, Minu. :(7-;i5-3l!—IMS Mel Brimucomb. Austin... 35-87-37—10(1 John Monroe, Charles City S2-10 :i!>— 111 '"Won playoff on first hole with birdie :i. FIRST I'LIGHT Lee Mayo, Cedar Falls 7.1 2CeUh Anderson, Austin. Minn 7(1 SECOND FLIGHT Da)e Kniss, Waterloo It Paul McDcrmott, Charles City "•'•> l,es Handt, Waterloo 7!) THIRD FLIGHT Lloyd Gnagy, Charles City 75 Jot Wcstby, Forest City 80 FOURTH FLIGHT Art Lursen, Waterloo 7R Dan Zegarac, Waterloo XO Norm Crosstey, Waterloo Jill FIFTH FLIGHT Datio Donkert, Austin, Minn 80 Ken Kniss, Waterloo 84 SIXTH FLIGHT Jim Twogood, Waterloo Kit Jerry Wright, Albert Lea, Mlmi NJ SEVENTH FLIGHT Bill AVestrum, Albert Lea, Minn XI Ralph Hogan, Austin, Minti X<! Dick Wilson, Cedar Falls tifi EIGHTH FLIGHT Bud Schullz, Greene Ill) Buck Utarr, Osagc HO NINTH FLIGHT Dick Siefkcs, Charles City »7 John Eymann, Forest City !)7 Carroll Concone, New Hampton U7 Rockwell Junior Hurler Gets Pair of No-Hitters Rockwell—Dick Gaffney, pitcher for the Rockwell Junior Legion baseball. team, registered successive no-hit ball games. The first win was over Marble Rock when he collected 15 strikeouts and the 2nd triumph was over Manly when he registered 10 whiffs. PONTIAC Prescribed Service The best driver in the world is at a disadvantage when his car is not in shape to meet driving" emergencies! See us now for reliable garage service. John Gallagher, inc. 22-24 3rd N. W. Phone 1144 Alden, Austin Get Victories Over Juniors The Mason City Junior Legion baseball team dropped a pair of games over the weekend, losing to Austin C-4 Saturday night in a game at Austin and 1-0 Sunday afternoon to Alden on the Alden diamond. The victory was the first for Austin over Mason City in 5 games this season, 2 of the games ending in ties. The Austin triumph halted a 10-game Mason City victory streak. Including the Alden game. Mason City now has a record of 24 victories and 5 defeats. Austin was outhit by Mason City 7-5 in the game but 5 Mason City errors helped Austin along. Chuck Murr pitched the distance for the losers with Fedson on the mound for Austin. Jim Foell, Alden. hurler, set Mason City down with just 2 hits in the Sunday game. Bill Postma lost his first game for Mason City this season but hurled creditable ball in allowing only 4 hits. The winners scored the only run of the game in the 9th inning with 2 men out. With 2 runners on base, a peg from Dick Colloton to John Colloton was too late for a 3rd force-out. John then pegged, to home to catch Grippen, who rounded 3rd on the play, but Bernard Bennett dropped the ball. The boxscores: MASOKT CITY—i AB II II PO A D. Colloton, ss ........ -I 3 2 .1 Berger, 3b ............ a 1 2 I) Murr, p ............... 4 It 0 0 Bennett, c ............ 4 1 2 5 iioiaer, ir ............. a o :i i J. Colloton. 2l> ........ :> 0 0 4 1'oslma, Ib ........... 2 « 0 4 lidfflngton, it ......... a (I 0 3 Wrifht, cf ............ --J I) (I 1 Verllelst, of ........... 1 0 0 0 Totals .............. US I 7 J8 AUSTIN'— « AB R II TO A Ilaumgartncr, £b ...... 0 it 0 It 0 Combs, If ............. :t 3 3 3 « Weiss, ss ............. 3 t I U Shine, Ib ............. 3 0 1 S Leif, c ................ :! II « 3 Juda. cf .............. :i it i i Batcman, cf ........... D 0 (I (t McDonald, rt ......... 3 0 0 I Ilubbanl, Uli .......... :i 0 0 t Fedson, p ............. ;< 0 0 3 Totals Score by innings: MASON ci'rv ... AUSTIN .. 201 010 o — i iu-,- iwo x— <; Errors. I). Colloton; J. Cullotoit 2, Wright 2, Suipc, Jutld. MacDonald; runs batted in, Weiss '.i, Sliipc, Berscr, Bennett '-; stolen base, Berber; sacrifices, McDonald, Berger, I'ostma; double 1'lay, J. Colloton to D. Colloton; led on bases, Austin 3, Mason City H; bases on balls, Murr -I, Fedson 1; strikeouts, Mitrr .1, Fedson 4; Jilt by pitcher, by Fedson (Holder and J. Colloton); wild pitches, Murr 1, Fedson a; umpires, Vest and Strong:; time, 1-C'O. MASON CITY-— 0 D. Colloton, ss ... Kerger, 3b Murr, cf Bennett, c Holder, If J. Colloton, 2b ... Postma, p Wright, Ib Carlson, rf AB U II PO A Totals ALDEN— I Carter, Ib . B. Focll, ss II. Hole, rf . J. Kocll, p . G. Dole, ab V. Jass, cf , Lukchart, 3b McJv'ee, c Grippen, if J <) 0 1 it 3 1 31) 0 2 20 f! R H PO A I) U 8 0 0001 (I 1 1 0 II 2 I 4 o in I) U 4 21 Totals 27 Score by innings: MASON CITY ooo con o—o 2 4 ALDEX 000 000 I — L 4 1 Errors, Crippen, Bcrgcr, Bennett. J. Colloton; 2 brsse hit, G. Dole; stolen bases, Bennett, B. Focll; left on bases, Mason City 5, iMdcii S; bases on balls, J. Foell !!. Tostnia. ;i; strikeouts. J. Focll JO; I'ostma K; wild pitch, Focll; umpires. Fisher and Eilrrs: time, I:!.";. Cordingley Favored to Win Women's Golf Waterloo, (U.R)—Mary Louise Cordingley, Des Moines, ruled as a favorite to retain her title in the. Iowa Women's Golf tournament opening here Monday. About 70 of the state's best feminine shotmakers were after the crown worn by Miss Cordingley, with the chief challenges expected to come from Mrs. H. R. Staats, the Davenport veteran, Lois Penn of Des Moines, and Mrs. Dave Bonella of Ottumwa. o o 0 8 0 I o o e o 0 o NOW Ail Our Famous STRAW HATS 1 /s OFF O by DOBBS - DISNEY - PORTIS o 3 0 o o u 0 I _ tfr nsJ&rnbrljmgsr. gate o 0 3 ^^ H Bosox Sweep 3-Tilt Series With Indians By JOE REICHLER Associated Press Sports Writer Joe McCarthy's blazing Red Sox were riding herd on the American league Monday after achiev- "ng a baseball feat almost equal o that of the Boston Braves' wonder team of 1914. The Red Sox Sunday climaxed sensational 7 week surge from dismal 7th to first place—giving Boston teams the leadership in both major leagues. 12th Straight Win The Sox wrested the No. 1 berth rom the Philadelphia Athletics by defeating the Cleveland Indians 3-0 for their 12th straight victory. Meanwhile, the Athletics divided a doubleheader with the Detroit Tigers. The ride from 10 games back o the top was reminiscent of George Stallings' miracle Braves of 34 years ago who jumped from the cellar on July 4 to capture the National league flag. On June 2, the Red Sox were wallowing in 7th place, having won only 15 games while losing 24. The Cleveland Indians were Probable Pitchers AMERICAN LEAGUE (No games scheduled.) NATIONAL LEAGUE New York (Jones 8-5) at Brook- yn (Roe 4-4)—night. Only games scheduled.) setting the place. Monday the Sox are on top, 4 percentage points in front of Connie Mack's Athletics. The Indians have skidded to 3rd place, a game and a half behind. Dobsou Wins 13th Joe Dobson, veteran curveball- ing righthander, gained the honor of pitching the Sox into first place. He scattered 6 hits to chalk up his 13th triumph. Boston wasted little time in clinching the windup of the 3 game series with the Tribe, scoring twice against Steve Gromek in the first Japing on a double by Johnny Pesky, a walk to Ted Williams and a triple by Bobby Doerr to deep right center. The Red Sox scored their final run in the 7th when Dom DiMaggio clouted homcrun off Satchel Paige. Fred Hutchinson eased the A's out of the lead by pitching the Tigers to a 2nd game 10-2 triumph over Philadelphia and a split in their doubleheader. Joe Coleman had blanked the Tigers 4-0 with 7 hits in the opener. DiMagrgio Leads Way Joe DiMaggio cracked out 2 homeruns, a double and 3 single:, in 7 times at bat to lead the New York Yankees to a double triumph over the Chicago White Sox 5-3 and 7-3. The sweep of the twin bill advanced the 4th place Yankees to within 2 percentage points of the Indians. Both of Joe's homers, his 22nd and 23rd, came in the 2nd game. Ed Lopat gained his 7th straight victory in the opener and Vic Raschi won hi 12th against 4 defeats in the nightcap. Washington and the St. Louis Browns divided a doubleheader, the Senators winning the first game 5-1 and the Browns taking the 2nd 6-4 in 11 innings. Rae Scarborough scattered 7 hits and drove in 3 runs with a bases loaded double to gain his 8th triumph in the opener. The pace setting Boston Braver retained their 5 game margin in the National league by gaining a split in their twin bill with the Cardinals in St. Louis. The Cards had come from behind with 2 runs in the bottom of the 9th to win the opener 6-5. They also led 6-4 after 8 innings of the nightcap but 9th inning homeruns by Bob Elliott and Jeff Heath, the former with 2 on, gave the Braves an 8-6 victory. Bucs, Dodgrers Split Danny Murtaugh's grand slam homerun. in the 8th inning gave the Pittsburgh Pirates a 7-4 2nd game victory and a split in their doubleheader with the 2nd place Brooklyn Dodgers. The Brook? won the opener 6-5, coming up with 4 runs in the 8th and staving off a Pirate rally in the 9th Jackie Robinson's steal of home provided the deciding tally. Cincinnati slugged out a pair of decisions over the Philadelphi Phils 11-8 and 9-2 to advance within a game and a half of the 6th place Phils. Hank Sauer slammed his 27th homevun in the opener to tie Ralph Kiner of Pittsburgh for the league lead. The Chicago Cubs spotted the New York Giants a 3-0 lead then came from behind to defeat Leo Durocher's men 6-3. Eddie Waitkus' inside the park homcrun with 2 on was the telling blow. Legionnaires Beat Rockwell, Defeated by Spencer 5?" *** *1* *•'* ^* •>'* *^f *!f - ... - -• r .-•-. . . _ _ .. --__i. .-_. ' " »1» 'i* fr* ».» ^> i» *r* •!*• — 14 Hits Fail to Set Down Loop Leaders By JIM VANHEEL Sports Editor The Mason City Legionnaires broke -even in a pair of weekend games at Roosevelt field as they downed Rockwell 8-2 on Saturday night but lost to the Spencer Cardinals 7-4 in a Sunday afternoon contest. The Legionnaire record now •eads 22 victories and 6 defeats 'or the season—and 4 of the set- jacks have'^been administered by Spencer, the leader in the Winnebago league. Sunday's game, how- :ver, was not a loop contest. Day Leads Legionnaires In the pair of games, Pewee Day, the weekend catcher for the legionnaires, distinguished himself at the plate. He collected 6 BOXSCORES ROCKWELL—2 AB R. J. Fitzgerald, cf a 2 I. Fitzgerald, Ib 4 U Burgess, ss 4 0 Trrston, 2b 4 t) llagcn, Sb 4 0 Finch, rf :*- U G. Eckert, c 3 0 Koppen, If a 0 B. Eckert, p a 0 I! PO A ] 2 0 a Totals 2 .5 21 a MASON CITY—8 AB Henely, 2b 3 Blanchard, ss a G. DiMarco, ab 4 Bruns, Ib •! I>. Day, c a A. DiMarco, If 4 Barracks, rf •! Hague, cf -1 Fredrlcks, p .... I ii ro A 1 \ U 0 1 2 (t IB 2 J '<) 0 a o i (i Totals Score by innings: KOCKWEL.I MASON CITY <KMI UUI— -i '.i (I Hi JUO lltl "Mx. —K 7 0 Errors: J. Fitzgerald 2, Burgess 4, lla- gen, Eckert, Kopucu; runs baited in, Tresfon, G. DiMarco, A. DiMarco, Rar- racks, J. Fitzgerald; homeruns, J. Fitzgerald; stolen bases, I'. Day, lUanchard; eft on bases, Rockwell S, Mason City A; lases on balls, Eckert a, Fredricks 1; trikeouts, Eckert S, Fredtrlcks 4; passed balls, G. Eckert 2; umpires, Ilahn and iert; lime, l:aa. Sawyer Gets Managership of Philadelphia Philadelphia, (/P)—Eddie Sawyer, manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs in the International league, Monday was named manager of the Philadelphia Phillies. Sawyer succeeds Acting Manager Dusty Copke who took over field generalship of the Blue Jays after Ben Chapman was fired 11 days ago. The 37 year old Sawyer has been steadily moving up in the Phils' farm organization. He managed the class A Utica club to Eastern league championships in 1945 and 1947 and was named to manage Toronto this year. TEYVEE DAY —Good Stickwork hits in 8 official trips to the plate getting 2 for 3 against Rockwell and 4 for 5 against Spencer. Mully Fredricks hurled the victory over Rockwell as he allowed only 5 hits. The losers got to him for a marker in the first frame on a walk and 2 singles. Howard Koppen got a bingle in the 2nd inning for Rockwell and from there on until the 9th frame, not a Rockwell batter reached first base. He retired 19 batters in a row during the stretch. But in the top of the 9th, Jack Fitzgerald hit a clean homer to leftfield for the only other score by the losors. Mason City knotted the score in the first frame on singles and n walk and went ahead in the 4th on Day's walk a stolen base and a 2-base error by Jack Fitzgerald who let the fumbled peg go past him as Day scooted all the way home. 9 Rockwell Errors In the 6th, Day got a single and Koppen let it get past him as Day circled the bases to give Mason City a 3-1 lead. Bob Eckert, who pitched a nice 7-hit game for the losers, had poor support afield as Rockwell committed 9 errors. Five of them came in the 7th inning as the Legionnaires scored 3 more runs and 3 bingles and a couple more misplays let the winners complete their scoring with a pnii of runs in the 9th. After absorbing 29-0 and 11-1 defeats in their last 2 outings against Spencer, the Legionnaires came back to play good ball Sunday as they outhit Spencer 14-12 in the game but could score only 4 runs as 11 runners were left stranded. Mason City took a 2-1 lead in the first frame but Spencer knotted the count'in the 3rd nnd a pair of runs the next 2 frames gave SPENCER—7 fambor, 2b loffman, rf .......... :t •'aiming, If ............ 3 Surges*, Ib ........... ~> toss, o ............... 5 louse, ss ............. :( Stockbaucr, cf ...... .. 4 Jurgoyne, iib .......... II ,oc)>p, p .............. 4 Cauti, p . , .. ........... (1 AB R JI PO A o o Totals MASON' CITY — t .». Henely, ^b lianvhutu, 55 OiMarco, 3b AB Vi 27 17 H TO A I t 5 •i :t <; i Council Bluffs Qualifies for State Legion Moville, (ff>) — Council Bluffs Monday was assured of a spot in the Iowa Junior Legion state tournament at Mason City, Aug. Bluffers pounded 2 .Mo- 6-8. The ville hurlers for 13 hits and a 10-2 win Thursday in the deciding game of a 3-game interdis- trict series. Moville won the first gamo of the series 8-7, but Council Bluffs squared the series 8-2 the next night. llruns, Ib Day, c Hogue, cf Lloyd, rf Jewell, If ti>uncan . K. Henely, If A. UIMarco, i i 11 7 1 1 II 4 U 27 JG TI 14 Totals- xlSatlcd for Jewell in 8th. Score by innings: SPENCER 701 aStl 300— ^ MASON CITY — ::oo KIO 001—i Errors, Fanning, House, Kurpoyne 2, Bruns, Hay, Hoguc; runs balled In, I'an- niiiff, Ross !i, House !i, Hlnnchnrd, Day Ilojjue: 2 base hit, ISnrgcss; 3 base hii, ranging; stolen base, Huffman; sacrifices, Hoffman, House, G. OiSIarco; double plays, Henely to ISlanchard lo Bruns, Illauchard to Henely lo P.runs; Icfl on liases, Spencer 7, Mason City 11; liases on balls, Loepp 1, DIMarco 4; strikeouts, Locpp 4, IJlMarco (i, Haub 1: hits, off Locpp, 14 for 4 runs in 8 I/a innings, Kauli, 0 for 0 runs in 2/3 inning; winning pitcher, Loepp; umpires, Hcrt and ilahn; time, 2:1:5. the Cardinals a 6-3 lead as the losers counted a single marker in the 4th on a pair of errors and Don Blanchard's single. Jim Fanning, Spencer leftfielder, got his 4th straight hit of the game in the 7th and Bill Burgess drove him home with a double to put Spencer in front 7-3. Rally Halted But Al DiMarco, who hurled all the way for the Legionnaires, kept the visiting club in check the rest of the way while Jim Loepp, Spencer righthander, had to have relief in the 9th to quell a Mason City rally. In the 9th frame, Blanchard was safe on an error. Singles by Lu Diaz, Day and Jim H o g u e accounted for a run and left the sacks loaded with only one out. Lefthander Rudy Rauh then went to the hill and fanned Mike Lloyd and forced Ray Henely to ground out to save the game. 46,000 to Witness Title Bout Between Lesnevich, Mills London, (U.P.)—More than 46,000 fans—largest crowd to attend a fight anywhere in 7 years—was reportedly assured for Monday's return battle between Champion Gus Lesnevich and Freddie Mills for the world light heavyweight crown. Many Americans, here for the Olympic games, planned to be in that crowd at White City stadium as 34-year-old Lesnevich of Cliffside, N. J., made his 5th defense of the title. Interest in the bout was torrid, and late betting support for Mills of England had hammered the betting price down Monday from 3-1 to 2-1, favoring Lesnevich. That surpise backing for Mills was caused by reports that Lesnevich was weakening himself in paring down to the 175-pound limit. Some bookmakers said the price might shorten to 8-5 by fighl time. English sports writers and fan considered Monday's bout one of the most important ever staged ir the British Isles. They appreciated that Lesnevich was the No. 1 man in world-boxing since the professed retirement of Heavyweigh Champion Joe Louis. And they realized that Mills, despite his defeat 2 years ago b: Lesnevich, now had a chance no only to capture the light heavy weight crown but also to establish Crane, Brown Get Saiiboating Sweeps at Clear Lake Clear Lake—Chuck Crane in C :Iass and Dick Brown in X class vere triple winners in sailboating competition here over the weekend. The results: SATURDAY C class—C buck Crane, David Butler, Bob Replogle. Snipe class—Jim Wagner, Dan Rice, Bob Stoyles. X class—D i c k Brown, Jean Marty, Tom Swale. SUNDAY MORNING C class—Chuck Crane, Jim Brown, Jim Butler. X class—Dick Brown, Jean Engler, Carol Garvin. SUNDAY AFTERNOON C class—Chuck Crane, Bill and Bonnie Nicholas, Eddie Hancs. Snipe class—Don Toepfer, Dan Rice, Bob Stoyles. X class—D i c k Brown, Tom Swale, Jean Engler. Of the 15 pennants won by the New York Yankees, 12 were won by teams that were in first place on July 4. himself as a heavyweight titl contender. July 26, ' 1948 9 Mason City Globe-Gazette, Mai»n City, U* VFW Defeats Thompson 9-3 Vfets' Pat Purcell Gets 17 Strikeouts "With Pitcher Pat Purcell registering 11 strikeouts, the Mason City V. F. W. baseball team whipped Thompson 9-3 on the V. F. W. lot Sunday afternoon. Mason City combined 4 hits with as many Thompson errors to pour 6 runs across in the 4th. Thompson held a 3-0 lead in the 3rd when 3 runs scored on 3 hits and 3 Mason City miscues. Walt Hagen got 2 Mason City hits and Rodney Hanson cracked a double for the only extra base blow. Score by innings: R. H. E. Thompson 003 000 000—3 4 7 Mason City 000 601 20x—9 6 4 Ventura Man W/ns Doubles Title in State Trapshooting Cedar Falls, (U.P.)—Fred Root, Ventura, busted 96 out of 100 targets here Sunday to win the state doubles trapshooting title. Root led a field of 117 shooters, closely followed by Gene Goeke, 17, Marshalltown, with 95 out of 100. The first 100 targets or the 16- yard event was to be shot Monday with amateurs, professionals and women competing. The final 100 will be shot Tuesday, when the junior championship will be decided also. ALIGN The New TIP TOP TAVERN New Location 516 So. Federal — Phone 1161 — For Up-to-the-Minute Baseball Scores Late Model Car Steering Is more sensitive and Must be kept that way to be safe and We are fully equipped to make and Keep your car's steering safer PRITCHARD MOTOR CO. Your Friendly Ford Dealer 202 1st St. S. E. Ph. 922 Summer Baseball Prep Finals Begin at Des Moines DCS Moines, (U.R)—Atlantic meets Wilson of Cedar Rapids and Kanawha plays Wavcrly hero Monday night in the opening of the state summer high school baseball tournament. Waverly rated the favorite's role on the strength of its district final triumph over Monona, the state fall and spring champ. Duane Brandt, Waverly's all-around athlete, hurled 5 hit ball to eliminate Monona from a chance at an unprecedented triple crown. Wilson of Cedar Rapids will probably start Frank Simanovsky, who turned in n no-hitter against Iowa City to win the district title. Atlantic defeated Sioux Center to win the Storm Lake district meet and Kanawha won its own district by defeating Whittemore. BURGLARS KEEP OUT! Posting a sign in your window won't keep burglars away. It's far better to have an ^Etna Storekeepers' Burglary and Robbery Policy that will make good the loss if they should come. RINGING A BELL" . . . makes you both feel swell! Now, get ready for the big occasion by coming to us for a handsome suit made to YOUR measure. Choose the fabric, we'll do the rest! Seriously, it's ... Custom Tailors and Men's Furnishings OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS 8 South Delaware Phone 45G National Guard Benefit Baseball Games Mess Fund — Athletic Fund ROOSEVELT FIELD TUESDAY NIGHT, JULY 27 6:30 Fenton Junior Legion VS. M. C. Junior Legion Mason City Junior Legion team is one of the four teams to be in the State Junior Legion Tournament. Fenton-the Kossuth Co. team is a possible State entry, and has defeated Mason City once this year. Bancroft Lions vs. Mason City Legionnaires Winnebago League Game SPECIAL ATTRACTION Between games-The National Guard Drill Team will gire an exhibition of drills and maneuvers.

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