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• « ^ M^ • • pg| • • • • H^. • ^% dtf rid ^^ M»§»n City Globe-Gmi«(t«, M»wn City, I». July 23, 1948 Legionnaires Blank Estherville Red Sox 11-0 juniors Beat Waterloo Red Sox Take 8th Straight Triumph U. S. Olympic Coaches Sound Favorable Notes of Optimism Give Pairings for Inter-Club Golf Tourney The annual inter-club golf tournament will be held at the Mason City Country club Monday. Kiwanis will defend the championship gained last season over Rotary and Lions. The championship this year will be decided on an average over medal play. Scores of all contestants for each club will be added and then averaged to determine the team championship. Play will be over the first 9 holes instead of the 18-hole route usually followed. There will also be a special contest with an accent on putting. Those entering will chip to the big practice green north of the clubhouse and then play the 4 holes on the practice green. Play will begin at 2 p. m. on Nos. 1 and 10 tees. The pairings: NO. 1 TEE W. O. Pal ton (R.), F. W. Osmuudson (L), Marvin Wolter (K), Lloyd Tcck (R). x,WarcJ Hamilton (R), Fritz Beck (L), George Marty (K), K. R. FJickenffer (K). R. E. Flnlayson (K), W. J. Seitz (L), Ed Sippel (K). Vred Wood (H), Carl K'.ath (T,>. George llarrer (K). Ivan Barnes .(R), C. K. Mcsser (L), Chan Welch (If). Fred UenemaYi (R), R. L. Currio (L), Bill Berpcr <K). L. J. Keiison (R), Paul McAuley (L), A. M. S»vg <K>. L. G. Hawkins (R), R. E. Romey (L), A. C. Frisk (K). M. L. Knutson (R), Bud Sulcr (L), Paul Pritchard (K). C. II. Koplcn (R), S. R. Clourh (L). X. L. Conovcr (R), Pete Rees (L), R. S. "Weber (K). Dick Foulz (R), R. D. Austin (L), \V. H. Strong <K). R. M. Shirstkland (R), R. L. Bailey (L), W. U. Rockcy (K). NO. 10 TEE Ben Horlon (R), C. W. Hamblin (L), Payne Craig (K). M. D. Judd (K.), A. J. Marshall (L), John Calhoiin (K). F. H. Kapke (R), B. L. Main (L>, Keith Wormhoudt (K). R. H. Shcpard (R), W. B. Halhorn (L), Erdfx Swift <K). S. R. Bowen (R), R. c. Peerie (L,), JLloyd D. Locrs (K). Ccc Boyer (R), F. J. Olson <L>, J. A. Lampe (K). M. E. Corliss (R), G. C. Blanchard (L), Bog-cr Lyons (K). O L. A. Day <K), W. J. Walker (R), Charles Jones (K). John Pauley (R), George Scan (R), Fred Wagner (K). J. B. Youngblood (R), Chuck Smith (R), JLeavitt Alien (K). W. H. Ilathorn (R), Oliver Deeny (R), D. G. Swale <R). K. I.. Long (R), Frank Lovcll Kay Sency (K), Lew Jones (K). (H), State of Israel Can't Compete in Olympics London, (£>)_The International Olympic Committee ruled Friday that the new state of Israel cannot compete in the Olympics games. The decision reduced the number of competing nations to 61 for the games starting July 29. An informed source on the I. O. C. said the executive committee rejected an appeal of the Israeli sports organizations which wanted to take up the invitation issued by the British organizing committee to the Palestine Olympic committee. The rejection was a technicality. The new state of Israel, born May 15, is not a member of the International Olympic Committee and thus is ineligible to receive an invitation. WRECKER B AND YOU | REMEMBER • • No night gets too dark and No day too stormy or cold For us to come to your call for wrecker help Call us and see wrecker speed. • • I PRITCHARD MOTOR CO. Tour Friendly Ford Dealer 202 1st St. S. E. Ph. 922 Night Phon» 453D-J By LEO U. PETERSEN London, (U.R)—Dean Cromwell, coach of the U. S. Olympic track and field team, Friday predicted victory for his team in at least 4 events but refused to do any crystal gazing on the others. Cromwell, the southern California mentor, told a group of reporters, including representatives of the British press, that he "didn't know of anybody who could beat the American pole vaulters, high jumpers, broad jumpers, or shot putters." Skeptical of Reports While declaring that he "preferred to wait until the events at Wembley stadium next week" before predicting the finish of other events, Cromwell was inclined to be skeptical about reports of brilliant "unknowns" from other countries. One reporter asked him what he thought of the Balkan sprinter Molna who is supposed to have run near world's record time. "I will have to see that myself," said the dean. "Any big, well-proportioned man who can run looks like he's making tremendous speed. But I always like to take the evidence of those $500 stopwatches we use on our boys against any alleged report." Jack Mendonca, co-coach of the boxing team, also was in a mood for predictions of victory. Boxing Team Good "This team is the best we have ever taken to the Olympics," said the coach from Oakland, Cal. "There were unfortunately 3 or 4 good boxers eliminated in the trials because of the heavy schedule they fought, but this squad looks tops. I'd say Welterweight Hank. Herring of the Navy, Flyweight Frankie Cerdano of Philadelphia, and Heavyweight Jay Lambert of Leahr, Utah, were almost certain winners." Col. F. R. Weber, leader of tha U. S. team in the Modern Pentathlon, gave his team only "an outside chance" to win. "My calculations show that we have an outside chance at the title," said Weber. "We have a good chance of winning the silver medal and I do think all our men will be among the 10 best." The swiming team was anxiously waiting to see how the "trick knee' of free-style star Wally Ris of Iowa would respond to a workout Friday. The knee mysteriously popped back into its proper place during flag - raising ceremonies Thursday but it was then kept immobile for 24 hours. ' Predicts a Sweep Bob Kephuth of the men's swimming outfit predicted that Joe Verdeur of Philadelphia and Bob Sohl of York, Pa., would score a clean sweep in the 200- meter breast stroke, and he also foresaw a U. S. victory in the relay. Confident track men were coming through their training in fine form. Pole vaulter Boo Morcom of New Hampshire was particularly impressive as he nonchalantly cleared 14 feet time after time just to limber up. He seemed a cinch to beat the 14 feet, Scinches with which Earle Meadows of the U.S.A. won the 1936 Olympic vault. Publinx Tourney Goes to Semifinals Atlanta, (JP) — Two westerners took on a southerner and an easterner in the 36-hole semi-finals of the National Public Links golf tournament Friday. Pairing of survivors after 4 days and 108 holes of intensive f ^o during the 23rd national tc ornament are: Oliver Kay, Toledo, Ohio, with Ben Hughes, Portland, Ore., and Mike Ferentz, Long Beach, Cal., with Charley Barnes, Atlanta. LEFTIES AND EIGHTIES Cincinnati, {#")—Members of the Cincinnati Reds compiled a J947 batting average of .259 against left-handed pitchers and a .274 mark against right-handers. Cincinnati southpaw sluggers hit lefties for a .238 average and right- handers for a .254 mark while Red right-handed hitters hit the southpaws at a .298 clip and the righties at .245. FIGHT RESULTS ' By The Associated Press Philadelphia—Jose Basora, l(i3Vz, Puerto Rico, slopped Wylie Burns, 1(15, Philadelphia, 8. Fall River, Mass.—Ted "Redtop" Davis, 134, Brooklyn, knocked out Sunny Bentley, J39, Fall River, 4. Brooklyn — Paddy Yonnff, 145. TVew York, stopped Fltzie Pruden, 112^2, St Catherines, Ont., 7. STORAGE MOVING PACKING CRATING WE SOLVE ALL YOUR MOVING PROBLEMS MODERN MOVING VANS EXPERIENCED MEN ALWAYS COURTEOUS SERVICE Phone 4000 Mason City Warehouse Corp. * Yankees Tag Feller With 12th Defeat By CARL LUNDQUIST New York, (U.R) — Nobody has seen Ted Williams reading the iclp wanted ads so it is safe to assume that the slender slugger can have his job back if he wants it but the Red Sox are doing mighty nicely without him. In fact they were enjoying their longest -winning streak of the season, 8 straight games, and had at least moved past the Yankees and into 3rd place in the tightening American league pennant race. And all without Williams. Stephens Takes Over When Thumpin' Theodore went out of the lineup on July 10 with a pulled side muscle it looked like a body blow to the Red Sox pennant chances. So what happened? Led by their junior slugger, Vern Stephens, the Red Sox have won 13 out of 15 games without Williams and that's just about like trying to run a railroad without a locomotive. Thursday, Stephens hit 2 run homers in each game of a doubleheader as the Red Sox topped the White Sox 3-0 and 5-3. The junior joiter drove In 5 runs for the day to take the major league lead in runs batted in with 83. He gave Uncle Denny Galehouse a 2-run lead with his homer in the first inning of the opcr.e." and the veteran right handcr went on to pitch a 5 hitter. In the nightcap as Major League STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. GB Boston 51 Brooklyn 43 St. Louis 43 Pittsburgh 43 New York 41 Philadelphia ... 41 Cincinnati 39 Chicago 36 34 39 40 40 41 46 47 50 .600 .524 6 .518 7 .518 7 .500 8 .471 11 .453 .419 Kornbaum Pitches 2-Hitter; DiMarco Pokes 3 Homers WINNEBAGO Spencer 7 Mason City 6 Bancroft 3 Estherville 0 STANDINGS W L, Pet .875 .667 # 5-3 to Advance to State 3 5 7 .375 .000 Thursday Results Chicago 6; Brooklyn 3. New York 6-6; St. Louis 3-7. Pittsburgh 5-1; Philadelphia 3-1 (2nd game, tie, called 5th rain). Boston at Cincinnati, rain. AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. GB Cleveland SI Philadelphia ... 54. Boston 50 New York 49 33 37 36 36 43 47 52 57 .607 .593 .581 .576 .494 .447 .366 20 .321 24 2* 9A Detroit 42 Washington .... 38 St. Louis 30 Chicago 27 Thursday Results Boston 3-5; Chicago 0-3. Washington 9; Detroit 8 (12 innings) . New York 6; Cleveland 5. Philadelphia 8; St. Lodis 7 (12 innings). STEPHENS Ellis Kinder went all the way for his 5th victory, Stephens drove in 3 runs with a homer and single and Sam Mole drove in the other 2 tallies, singling with the bases Cull. Feller Loses No. 12 Joe DiMaggio's grand slum homer sent once mighty Bobby Feller down to his 12th defeat as the Yankees topped the Indians Probable Pitchers AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland (Lemon 13-7) at New York (Shea 3-9). Chicago (Wight 5-9) at Boston (Harris 2-7). Detroit (Overmire 1-1) at Washington (Haefner 4-9). St. Louis (San ford 7-10) at Philadelphia (Fowler 9-2)—night. NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn (Palica 3-5) at Pittsburgh (Queen 2-1)—night. New York (Jansen 11-5) at Chicago (Meyer 9-7). Boston (Sain 12-7) at St. Louis (Brazle 6-4)—night. Philadelphia (Roberts 3-3) at Cincinnati (Raffensberger 7-3). 6-5 at New York. Tommy Henrich also hit Feller for a 2 run homer. Vic Raschi, with relief help from Tommy Byrne, gained his llth victory as the Yankees took a 2-1 lead in the vital series with the league leaders. The Senators lambasted the Tigers 9-8 in 12 innings, Relief Pitcher Forrest Thompson driving in his own winning run with a single. Hal Newhouser %vas batted out early, trying lor his 6th straight win. Athletics Near Lead Hank Majeski's single with the bases loaded and 2 out in the last half of the 12th inning gave the Philadelphia A's an 8-7 victory over St. Louis in an elongated night game. Louis Brissie pitched 5* innings of hitless ball to win in relief as the A's climbed to within a half game of the league leading Indians. For the 4th straight time, Lefty Johnny Schmitz of the Cubs subdued the Dodgers 6-3 at Chicago. Bill Nicholson hit a homer and Eddie Waitkus got 2 singles and a double in the 11 hit Chicago attack on 4 pitchers. Young Eddie Bockman picked a propitious time for his first major league homer, smashing it with a man aboard to give the Pirates a 5-3 victory over the Phils as Rip Sewell pitched a 6 hitter for his Gth victory, going the route for the first time since opening day. The 2nd game was rained out after 5 innings with the teams lied at one-all. The New York Giants and the St. Louis Cardinals split a doubleheader, the Giants winning the first game 6-3 as Sheldon Jones forsook relief pitching to hurl a 7 hitter in a starting role. The Cards took the 2nd 7-6 in 11 innings with Ted Wiiks the winner. Johnny Mize of the Giants cracked a homer in each game. Wilson C. R. Gains Finals of Prep Meet Iowa City, (/P) — Lefty Frank Simanovsky hurled a no-hitter Thursday night as Wilson high of Cedar Rapids marched past Iowa City 4-0 in the final game of the southeast district summer high school baseball series. Simanovsky struck out 16 and walked 5. His mates got 3 runs in the 4th on a single, an error, a triple by Catcher Bob Reid and a long fly. Wilson was the 2nd team to qualify for the championship tournament at DCS Moincs next week. K a n a w h a qualified Wednesday and the field will be filled out in games between Atlantic and Sioux Center and Monona and Wavcrly. By JIM VANHEEL Sports Editor The Mason City Legionnaires kept their hopes alive to catch Spencer in the Winnebago league by downing the Estherville Red Sox 11-0 at Roosevelt field Thursday night before the smallest crowd of the season with many of the fans in heavy jackets and topcoats as they shivered through the game in unseasonably cool weather. The weather may have been chilly but the performance of a pair of former Mohawk stars wasn't. Harold Kornbaum and Gus DiMarco shared honors in the Mason City victory—real honors. Kornbaum, DiMarco Star Kornbaum, in pitching the shutout, gave up only 2 hits and fanned 10 Estherville batters. The only hit off him until the 9th inning was a dinky infield dribbler The Boxscore ESTHERVILLE—0 AB Boetlcher, Jib 4 Wilson, If 4 Kunyan, Kb 4 Rosser, cf 3 J. W«llz, ss a Berfland, e 2 B. Wolti. Tl 3 Hor if man, Ib 3 Kleen, p 3 Totals 28 MASON CITY—11 AB lUnely, 2b 5 DiMarco, 3b 5 Blanchard, as 4 Bruns, Ib 4 Diaz, II i Barracks, c 4 liocue, If, lb .. ;i Uoyd, rf 4 Jewell, ef ;< Kornb;iuin, n 3 N _ Totals R 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 U B 1 4 r o 0 1 1 (I I H PO A e o o o i 9 0 13 1 IASON CITV—5 AB ). Colloton, 55 3 Serger, Kb >••• 5 o 24 12 H PO A 0 3 1 « 0 10 8 Score by innings: EST!IKRVII,LK . , OUU 000 (Mil)— 0 ;> •! MASON CITY ... U2I 033 llx—11 i) :> Krrors, Blanchard, J. Woltz 2, Boettcher. Jorgman, DiMarco; runs batted in, Lloyd .!, DiMarco -i, lilanchard, Ilruns 2, Jewell; J base hits, Uogue, Lloyd, Runyan; bome- Olympic Athletes Ponder Mystery of "the Missing Food" London, (U.R)—Olympic circles were buzzing Friday ' with the "mystery of the missing food." The questions all the athletes were asking was, "where is all that food from the United States and other countries that was supposed to have been provided as a special diet for the competitors? We haven't seen it yet." The Americans were dissatisfied particularly with the meals they have been served since they arrived at their training camps. They pointed out that one meal consisted of 1 lamb chop, another of very fatty boiled beef. One Yank wrestler, who preferred to remain imnamed, said, "they offer us plenty to eat in the form of potatoes and other fattening food which we can't eat because of weight limits, but nothing, that's really good for us." "We are trying to improve the food situation," said Kenneth L. "Tug" Wilson, vice president of the U. S. Olympic committee. "The complaints concern taste rather than quality." The United States team is having bread and eggs flown over every 2 days, but so far these items have not shown on the training tables. Waterloo, Stuart Get; Semipro Wins Add, (/P) — Waterloo clubbed Nevada 15-2 and Stuart turned back Grimes 9-5 in 2nd round games in the state scmipro baseball tournament Thursday. Defending champion Waterloo got 7 runs in the 5th inning—their first runs of the game—to start their marathon. , Up to the 5th, Nevada pitcher Gene Mah&nuy pitched hitless ball. Irwin Kaufl- man, Waterloo hui-ler, gave up only 5 hits. It wo<-, Nevada's first loss Tli the double elimination tourney. Truro advanced over Oltumwa by forfeit. HAROLD KORNBAUM —Excellent Hurling by Bill Bargman in the 5th inning. In the 9th frame, Jack Runyan cracked a double down the 3rd base line but it didn't ruin Kornbaum's shutout. THE BIG RIGHTHANDER HASN'T BEEN CHARGED WITH A DEFEAT THIS SEASON. DiMarco was the power boy oi the Mason City attack with one of the finest hitting performances seen at Roosevelt field for a long time. Gus hit long homeruns in the 3rd, Gth and 8th innings off Merle :K! n runs, Lloyd, DiMarco stolen base, loldsr, If . * '. Colloton, 2b 4 'ostm», Ib 4 iVrlsht, rl 3 VerHelsi, p 2 Totals 31 AB •"Inch, ss 4 iemp, cf 4 Neighbors. 3b 3 Watoufi, p 3 Surface, o ' 3 Bender, rf 3 D«ibler, Ib 3 Sterner, If 3 Miller, 2b S GUS DIMARCO —Cracks 3 Homers Sports Calendar SATURDAY—Rockwell at Legionnaires, time 8:30. Junior Legion at Austin, time 8:30. SUNDAY—Spencer at Legionnaires, time. 2:30. Junior Legion at Alden, time, 2:30. Thompson at VFW, time 2:30. Play begins in city golf tournament at Country club. TUESDAY—Fenton at Junion Legion, time 6:30. Bancroft at Legionnaires, time 8:30. WEDNESDAY—L e R i o nnaires at Estherville, time 8:30. Tommy Hughes Dropped From Cincinnati Reds Cincinnati, Ohio, (U.R)—Pitcher Jim Blackburn was called irp from Columbia of the Sally league Friday to replace hard-luck hurler Tommy Hughes on the mound staff of the Cincinnati Reds. Hughes, who had a record of 4 defeats withoitt a single victory so far this season, was optioned to the Red's Syracuse farm team of the International league. Ho has been bothered by a sore arm and will be unable to report to his new team for at least 10 days. WANT SOFTBALL GAMES Swaledale — The Swaledale Saints wish to book softball games with teams in the north Iowa area to fill several open dates remaining on the season's schedule. For games contact H. E. Morse, Swale- dale, phone 52701. TOO MUCH EFFORT Oak Ridge, Tenn., (/P)—Two men were out and the count was strike one. ball one on the batter. PUch- er Clyde Simuions wound up and threw—and broke his right forearm. Kleen, Estherville pitcher, DiMarco also got a single in the 5th frame for 4 hits in 5 trips to the plate for the evening. He was credited with 4 runs batted in and scored 4 runs himself. Spencer Beats Bancroft The not so cheerful news for Thursday night was that Spencer took another loop contest. In a game at Bancroft, the Cardinals beat the Lions 11-8 in a 12-inning contest. The Lions held an 8-4 lead in the game but Bill Burgess cracked a 400-foot homer over the centerfiekl fence to put Spencer back in the game and they went on to down the Lions after 3 extra frames. Except for being a cousin to DiMarco, Kleen hurled creditable ball. He had 2 out in the 2nd frame when Jim Hogue doubled and Mike Lloyd homered to give the Legionnaires a 2-0 lead. In the 3rd frame, 2 batters were retired when DiMarco got his first homer. Potent Attack Three Mason City runs in the 5th came as a result of an error and 3 straight singles and 2 batters were retired in the 6th when DiMarco cracked his 2nd homer. A pair of errors and a wild pitch contributed to the 3 Legionnaire runs in the 6th frame. A walk and Lloyd's double gave Mason City another marker in the 7th and DiMarco completed the scoring in the 8th frame by leading off with a terrific clout to dead centerfield. The victory was the 20th of the season for Mason City as against only 5 defeats, 3 by the Spencer Cardinals who will be here foi % a non-league gama on Sunday afternoon at 2:30. On Saturday night at Roosevelt field, the Legionnaires will meet Rockwell. Sruns; sacrifice, Jewell; double plays, lenely to Blancbard to Bruns; left on bases, Esthervllle 5, Mason City C; bases on balls, Kleen 4, Kornbaum 3; strikeouts, Kleen H, Kornbaum 1; hit by pitcher, J. Woltz; wild pitches, KJeen; umpires, Hert and Halm; time, 1:55. SPORTS PARADE By OSCAR FRALEY New York, (U.R)—That master electrician, Joe McCarthy, apparently had the bugs eliminated from his push-button board and the wiring job appeared capable of short circuiting Lou Boudreau's ridiculously early claim to the American league pennant. Jimmy Dykes, since departed from the big top, hung that "push button" pilot label on Marse Joe. But that instrument panel still may wind up giving Boudreau, the Cleveland Indian manager, quite a shock. Hottest in League For the Boston Red Sox, current McCarthy push-button project, are the hottest thing in baseball at the moment. They have blazed into contention for the stretch run with 11 wins in 12 starts and 15 out of 19. On top of which you still can't count out those persistent Athletics and the ever threatening Yankees. Which makes it a 4 team race. Billy Southworth of the Boston Braves, sporting a comfortable lead in the National league, was in a much better position to make the Boudreau statement. All he has to do is drive back the Dodgers. Boudreau's contention was that the Bosox are overloaded with power but don't have the pitching necessary to win. Lou whistling past a bone orchard. For in this Bosox victory march, the men of McCarthy have had 9 pitchers go the distance. Cleveland has received only 7 completely pitched games in the whole month of July. Boston's "Ifs" The big "ii's" in Boston are Tex Hughson, who came back to win in relief, and Ellis Kinder. If they get going, the Bosox will make it a landslide. Meanwhile, Boudreau himself has a rather large "if" in Bob Feller. Should the big Iowa boy start going these 2 teams should make it practically a dead heat to the wire. The A's are an indeterminate factor. They have wonderful pitching and very quietly have managed to stay right up in there. Nobody really knows how, but there they are. In is unlikely that they'll be there all the way; As for the Yanks, they have real pitching woes. You can't cop the bunting in the shape they are in. As of the moment it is the Red Sox they have to beat—not Cleveland. On May 31 the Bosox were By RICK MEREDITH Globe-Gazette Sports Writer Waterloo—Mason City will have its Junior Legion baseball team in the state tourney it entertains Mtlrir"''of"". Aug. 6-8. The visiting team, paced Bennett, c by tovyering Jim VerHelst's superb pitching job, defeated Waterloo 5-3 here Thursday afternoon in the 2nd inter-district playoff to gain a berth in the state alongside Cedar Rapids and 2 teams yet WATERLOO—3 to be determined. VerHelst, who hurled a 1-0 shutout against the Waterloo nine in the first inter-district -playoff game at Mason City Sunday, dished up a 4-hitter and watched the losers count 3 unearned runs in the Gth. VerHelst held them hitless for the first 4 innings. Mason City tapped Buzz Matous for 9 bingles, hitting him in every frame. Elmer Starr's team collected 4 runs on 3 hits, 2 walks and a pair of errors in its big Gth D. Colloton Gets 3 Dickie Colloton, leadoff, got 3 of Mason City's hits while Bud Berger, Ray Holder and VerHelst each collected 2. Mason City had trouble bunching its safeties and as a result left 12 men on the bases for the 7 innings. D. Colloton started off the firs with a long double to the centerfield fence and scored on an overthrow at first as Bud Berger go on. One Score to Gth That was all the scoring until thi Gth. Here Berger singled and thi centerfielder miffed the ball letting in Rod Wright, who had walked, and VerHelst, who had singled. Berger counted on an error at 2nd which put Chuck Murr aboard and the latter was singled home by Ray Holder. Waterloo proceeded to put 3 men on. base, however, in the last of the 6th on singles by Ken Finch and Matous and Harold Neighbors was hit by a ball. D. Colloton scooped up Jack Bender's roller but threw far wide of 2nd, the ball going over the rightfield foul line as all of the Waterloo runs came in. Gives No Walks VerHelst whiffed 7 and gave up no walks. He had his crossfire bat- fling the Waterloo batters all the way and in the 4th he struck out the side in order, getting the home team's power hitters, Paul Kemp, Harold Neighbors and Matous. Mason City took the Blackhawk county team 12-2, 9-0 and 8-7 in regular season games. The Junior Legion will be at * * The Boxscore B 1 1 1 U 0 0 0 1 1 5 R 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 H PO A 9 21 7 H FO A 1 1 3 160 010 1 0 6 Totals 20 3 4 21 It) Score by itininr,s: MASON CITY 100 001 0—3 9 4 WATERLOO 0000030—3 4 4 Errors, I). Colloton, J. Colloton,Toslma. VerHelst, Kemp, Miller 2; runs batted in, Berber, Holder; 2 base hits, 1). Colloton, VeiHelsl; stolen bases, Bennett 2, Berger, Holder; sacrifice. Murr; left on bases, Mason City 12. Waterloo G; bases on balls, Matous n; strikeouts, VerHelst 7, Matous 4; hit by pitcher, by VerUelst (Neighbors); umpires, Whltford, lllian; time, Prosovec Pitches No-Hitter as CIO Beats Moose 16-0 In the YMCA softball league at East park Thursday evening, the CIO club unloaded its heavy artillery to beat Moose lodge 16-0' and Decker Brothers strengthened ts grip on 4th place by downing "ity Employes 9-7. The capper for he CIO team was the 6th inning when 12 batters came to the plate and broke loose with 6 hits good "or 9 runs. Jack Proscovec turned n another good mound performance as he held the Moose without a hit. A 5-run 3rd inning provided the Sportsmen with their victory over the City Employes. The standings: Austin Saturday night, at Alden Sunday afternoon and home for a Tuesday night attraction against Fenton's Kossuth county powerhouse. Fenton is one of the 3 tSams to blemish the local record of 24-3 (plus a pair of ties with Austin). 14 Teams Already Entered in District Softball Tourney Sheffield — Fourteen teams are already softball entered in tournament the districl to be helc here and more are expected to file entries by deadline time Saturday night. Pairings will be made on Sunday and announced early next week. The meet will begin at Sheffield on Sunday afternoon, Aug. 1. Teams already entered are. Moose Lodge, Mason City; Sheffield; Rockwell; Dumont American Legion; Isenberger Hatchery, Claridn; Thornton Nighthawks; Swaledale; Parsons Motors: Thornton Blue Devils; Klemme; Earth Truckers, Greene; Co-ops; Chapin; and Britt ~VFW. Cor die's CIO Jloose W. L. Pet.I AV. L. Pet. 13 1 .IWJIDecker's (i 12 .UH3 H I? .823!City Emp. -t 13 .235 !> 8 .5'J!i|Nt. Guard 8 14 .177 League Leaders Williams, Boston AMERICAN" LEAGUE G AB R n 7t U'0 «C 10-' Boudreau, Cleveland 8-1 H17 04 118 C8 2-19 !!4 Sfl K) 283 3i> 90 ~'J ^88 3!) »7 Keil. Detroit .... Mitchell, Cleveland Zarilla, St. Louis Pet. .388 .357 .'.!•! G Musial, St. Louis . Pafko, Chicago Ashburn, Philadel. Dark. Boston Holmes, Boston NATIONAL LEAGUE G AB R U 84 331 72 327 Xft 3112 f>0 11)8 85 333 50 113 (i!) 253 41 82 71 H03 49 B8 Pet. .384 .3.1 1 .337 .321 .323 83 DiMaggio, Yankees ................. 82 Gordon, Indians ... ............... 73 Williams, Red Sox ................... 72 Mile, Giants ........................ 72 Musial, Cardinals Stephens, Red Sox RUNS BATTED IN RUNS Kincr, Pirates 71 .loost, Athletics (j!) Lockman, Giants fifj Williams, Red Sox -.. , tifi HITS Musial, Cardinals 127 Ashburn, Phillies US Boudrcau, Indians ns Waitkus, Cubs ]os Pafko, Cubs io« IIOMERUN'S Kincr, Pirates 27 Saucr, Reds 20 Musial, Cardinals .'. 23 iants ... Keltncr, Indians !..!!! 22 in 7th place, games behind. Harold Sand, coach of City College of New York's freshman basketball squad, is an economics professor at the college. Now they are hammering at the door and the pending Cleveland- Boston scries will tell much of the tale. If the Red Sox continue to roll it looks like an all-Boston series. For under the shrewd handling of Billy Southworth those Braves are going to be mighty tough to overhaul. They have won 12 o? 16 and in 6 of those games the pitchers went all the way. 4 Tied for Lead in Reading Open Reading, Pa., (JP) —The 4 record equalling professional golfers tied for the lead in the $15,000 Reading golf tournament are agreed that the winner will be the man with the most potent driver. The unanimous opinion of E. J. "Dutch" Harrison, Rod Munday, Fred Haas Jr., and Johnny Palmer—all tied with 65's after tho first 18 holes—was that the rolling 6,438 yard Berkshire course was a "driver's paradise." All 4 were hitting them long "and straight Thursday when they equalled a course record made only once in the 26-year history of the club. Bobby Locke, South Africa, made the audience titter as he blew a 4-footer that would have tied him with the leaders. As it was the South African had to be satisfied with a 66. The money battle between Lloyd Mangrum, the pro circuit's leading greenback man, and Bantam Ben Hogan, runnerup in the dollar and cents columns, was close. FENLMORE MAY RETIRE Oklahoma City, (/P)—Bob Fenimore, twice All-America halfback for Oklahoma A. & M. college, said Thursday night he may retire from professional football after having played one season with the Chicago Bears. Fenimore blamed an old knee injury that handicapped him last season on professional play. He said he does not now expect to report to the Bears' camp next month. Mangrum. played in Hogan produced a 67. f>9 while FIOIIT RKSI.'LTS New York—Kid G*v!Uti, 147. . «utpolnt«d Roman Alvarez, H'2',i, .nr»»k- lyn, ill. ASEBALL ROOSEVELT FIELD SATURDAY, JULY 24-8:30 p.m. ROCKWELL VS. M.C.LEGIONNAIRES Admission — Adults 60c; Children 25c Tax Inc. IT'S A LONG STORY ... Seriously, it's . . . to tell you how we put you in real he-man glory! 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