Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on July 19, 1948 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 7

Publication:
Location:
Mason City, Iowa
Issue Date:
Monday, July 19, 1948
Page:
Page 7
Start Free Trial
Cancel

Dodgers Make It 10 Out of 12, Defeat Reds 4-2 1 ^^^^^^ _ _ - . .i. .*. »». ^ Rip Tobln Packers 9-3 for No. 15 Fort Dodge—The Mason City Legionnaires, behind the well spaced 9-hit hurling of Mike Lloyd, captured a 9-3 victory over the Tobin Packers here Friday night to annex their 15th triumph of the season against 4 setbacks. Mason City jumped into a 1-run lead in the first frame as Don Blanchard bounced a double off the leftfield barrier, and scored on Paul Bruns' one-baser. The winners added 3 more tallies in the top half of the 3rd frame on a pair of singles, 2 walks and a sacrifice, to assume a 4-0 command. Ttaason City collected a single run' in their half of the 4th inning. Gus DiMarco slammed a double and scored on Lloyd's 2 baser. The Packers scored 2 runs in the last half of this frame on the strength of Dick Woodard's long fly ball over the left field fence at the 365 foot mark with Floyd Magnusson aboard to reduce the Legionnaire margin to 5-2. The Packers notched a run in the bottom half of the 6th on 3 successive singles. The Mason City attack produced 4 counters in the top of the 9th inning. Bruns poled a triple with 2 mates on base, followed by consecutive singles by Bob Barracks and Jim Hogue. * # LOATS OTTAVI The Boxscore FORT DODGE—M An R JI TO A lleles, 3b -1 « 0 i « McNeil, 2b . , . r > 0 I 7 2 Magnusson, If-cf •) I 0 0 U U. Woodard, c 4 I '.! « a liretthauer, ct 15 O 0 2 <> xCarlson, If : 1 0 0 1 U Baker, ss 4 1 2 0 2 Ruebel, it 2 0 U I) 0 Oakes, rf 2 0 1 0 0 Purher, Ib -1 0 I 1(1 0 Cook, ]) :< 0 I 0 1 Thompson, p U 0 0 0 2 xxllenkle 1 U 1 0 0 Totals SI a !) 27 1C xCarlson batted for Bretthaucr in 7th. xxllenkle batted for Thompson in i'tli. Kornbaum and Hogue to Get Mound Calls Harold Kornbaum in the Saturday night encounter and Jim Hogue Sunday afternoon are the probable choices of Manager Don Blanchard when his Mason City Legionnaires take on the Dubuque White Sox at Roosevelt field this weekend. Kornbaum whipped Davenport ast Saturday night and Hogue stopped the Van Dyke House of David club Wednesday. Peewee Day will be back to handling catching duties with Bob Barracks shifting to the outfield. The Maroon club athletic benefit series will also include a p. m., game Sunday, preceding the senior affair, when Mason City's junior legion opens its inter- district playoff against Waterloo. The White Sox tilts will be homecoming for Carl (Cuz) Ottavi, 2nd baseman, who coaches at Holy Family high school. The Sox outfield has been paced by Bud Loats, a Belmond athlete who has starred for the University of Dubuque. MASON CITV— !) H. iicneiy, :. l b ____ G. DiMarco, 8b ....... 5 liluncliard, ss . . ....... •! Bruns. Ib ............. f> Harraeks, c ____ ....... 3 Hogue, If ............ 4 Jewell, rf ............. r, i>hiz, cf ............... r, AB :< R ii PO A 1 'i :( 2 2 !t 1 2 4 :i 11 n •• 3 0 I :i (» 1 1 (I t» MIKE LLOYD —Stops Fort Dodge Cordle Squeezes by 1-0 The CIO softball team clung to 2nd place in the City league by whipping City Employees 13-1 at East park Friday night. In Thursday games, league-leading Cordle Cartage squeezed by the Moose 1-0 and City Employees routed the National Guard 17-0. Deckers forfeited 2 games. BANCROFT LIONS TO MIX WITH ADEL BASEBALL CLUB Bancroft—The Adel Cardinal will play the Bancroft Lions here Sunday at 8:30 p. m. The Cardinals will be making their first invasion of the year into this sector of the state with a team that has been oxitstanding area . in the Des Moines Totals ............... :r. :i y Score by innings: MASON CITV ____ JUS tOl) 001— !) FORT DODO IS . . . 000 ;>01 000 — 3 11 a o Errors, Baker, Ilelcs 3, Thompson, DiMarco, Lloyd; runs batted in, Woodward 2, Parker, UiMareo' 2,' Bruns 2, Barracks :t: H base hits, Blanchard, Lloyd; 8 base hit, Bruns; homcrun, Woodard; stolen bases, Bruns, Woodard; sacrifices, Blanchard; left on bases, Tort Dodge !>, Mason City i); bases on balls, Lloyd 2, Cook Thompson 1; strikeouts, Lloyd 4, Cook 4, Thompson 2; hits, of! Cook, 8 for runs in 5 innings, Thompson, ii for runs in 4 innings; hit by pitcher, b> Cook (Hcnely); passed ball, Barracks losing pitcher, Cook; umpires, Nordstron and Nelson; time, 1:58. League Leaders By United Press AMERICAN LEAGUE Cx AB B II Pet Williams, Boston ... 71 :iti:t liouilrcau, Cleveland 71! 2Ki , r >7 Ull .Ml Kelt, Detroit ;"7 i>2« HI ;.| .-J'! Kvcrs, Detroit 7H 'M'i 41 il,") ,:C Z:irilla, St. Louis . .. 7i :J(M H(i 81 .SI NATIONAL LEAGUE G AH It II Pel Musial, St. Louis .. I'afko, Chicago Ashburn, I'hilaiieL. Holmes, Host on ... DarK, hosion .... Hill <!8 VM 4K JOli •Hi '.n Davenport Climbs Out oi Three-! LoopCellar By United Tress Lowly Davenport, which has been wrecking the 3-1 league lately, Saturday was no longer in the loop cellar. The eastern Iowa club traded places with Decatur when the latter lost to Quincy and Davenport defeated Waterloo. League-leading Quincy dumped Decatur 5-3, enabling Davenport to climb out of the basement on a 5-4 triumph over its Iowa neighbor. In the only other game Friday night. 2nd-place Danville spilled Springfield 5-2. . .. <>:! "'zu a 11O.MEKUNS Kincr, I'iratcs Saner. Ilcils Keltner, Indians Musial, Cardinal;; DiMa^gio, Vnnkccs Mize, Giants RUNS Musial, Cardinals :... \Viltiams, Red Sox Gustine, Pirates Kincr, Pirates WiMa^gio, Kcd Sox RUNS BATTED IN Stephens, Hed Sox Di.Maggio, Yankees Williams, Red Sox Gordon, Indians Kincr, I'lratcs Mason City Globe-G»iell*, Mason City, la. July 17, 1948 AP Wirephoto "I'M NOT A BUM ANYMORE"—Leo 'The Lip' Durocher got outfitted in a New York Giant uniform Friday after crossing the borough bridge from Brooklyn's head spot, but it was just a warmup. His Giants were rained out at Pittsburgh. Cards Win 8-2; Feller Routed as A's Go 10-5 By MILTON RICHMAN United Press Sports Writer New York, (U.R)—Burt Shotton, the new Dodger manager, was beginning to feel at home Saturday with one victory under his belt and a familiar Brooklyn baseball cap on his head. The 63 year old Shotton, who led Brooklyn to a pennant last year and gave way to Leo Durocher at the beginning of the current campaign, took up Friday almost exactly where he left off lust October. Bossing the Dodgers from the bench in civilian clothes and a Brooklyn baseball cap, the grey haired pilot led his charges to a dramatic 4-2 victory over the Cincinnati Reds. Takes Rally to Do It Trailing 2-1 going into the 8th, the Dodgers touted gangling Ewell Blackwell with a 3 run burst which sewed up the first 1948 triumph for their new manager. The Dodgers thus walked off the field an inning later with their 10th victory in 12 starts. Joe Hatten of Bancroft, Iowa, was the winner and Blackwell the loser. Grady Hatton of the Reds and Gene Germanski of the Dodgers each hit homeruns. Pros Look for Big Turnout for 1948 City Golf Tourney Given the green light by the weatherman this year, Mason City golfers have been turning out in larger numbers and shooting low scores, opine both Curly Hartman, country club pro, and Neil Plopper, pro at the Legion Community golf course. That's the reason the pros believe the upcoming Mason City city golf title race will attract a huge turnout. Qualifying rounds begin on the country club course Sunday. Hartman said players may start qualifying anytime Sunday after filing formal entry at the pro shop and have through Friday to get their 18-hole scores in. Players must designate which round they intend to use as a qualifying 18 before starting over the part 71 layout. It will depend on the number of entries, but a 32-rnan championship flight is a good possibility, Hartman stated, and there will be a championship consolation bracket for first round match losers. Practice rounds will be played anytime through Friday by nonmembers of the country club for §1 green fees. BY HUGH FITLLERTON, JR. New York, (IP) — "Nice guys finish last." truth in those There's a lot of more-or-less immortal words of Leo Durocher . but they don't explain everything about Friday's remarkable series of big league managerial changes . . . Mel Ott probably is the nicest guy in baseball—or at least he'd be odds-end-on to win that title from anyone you can name . . . he's out . . . Ben Chapman, once regarded as a rather rambunctious character, settled down to become a pleasant pipe- smoking gentleman he's out Iowa Masters Golf Entry List Growing Ames—Grant Dudgeon of Ames, district American Legion champion for 1947, led the latest mailing of entries ior the llth annual Iowa Masters golf tournament to be held at Iowa State July 24-25. Other new entries include Charles Updcgraff, Boone; Ed Droste, Waverly; Jim and Glen Weldon, Webster City; George and Tom Constantino, Jim Aikman and R. T. Coe, all of Ames. 1 (iS 74 «3 HITS IMusial. Cardinals I'id Aslibiirn, Phillies 10(1 ISoudrcau, Indians 101 IViiiiams, Ued Sox 10:: Waitkus, Cubs U8 Brechler Announces 20 Games for Hawks -A completed for the Iowa university basketball team next season was announced Saturday by Athletic Director Paul Brech- lowa City, (U.R)- 20-game schedule ler. In addition to 12 games witl MIDGET BASEBALL LEAGUE W. I,. Pct.i W. I,. Pet. I>cc]<cr's .'• 4 .fi.'MJCooa-Coln 5 7 .-117 Betsy Ro. 7 4 .633|Tylcr-Ry. .1 7 .417 H (r .. r i7i|M.-Swifl Ward's Decker Brothers retained the lead in the East park Midget baseball league Friday as Bill Reese pitched a no-hitter, 2-1, over Marshall-Swift. It was the 8th loss by 1 run for the losers. Betsy Ross moved into 2nd by tipping Montgomery Ward 3-2. AP Wivcphoto BACK IN BEANTOWN— Tex Hughson, right, gets a welcome back to the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park Friday, upon recall from Austin in the Texas league. Jack Kramer, left, who won his 8th straight this week and 10th of the year, and Catcher Birdie Tebbetts form the welcoming committee. Norman Roy Heads Brewer Bid for Top By The Associated Tress Adding' a helping hand-or-arm —to the Milwaukee Brewers' drive to overtake Indianapolis in he lead of the American Association pennant race is 19-year-old \ T orman Brooks Roy. The strapping youngster, signed after a sensation record at Waltham, Mass., high school, won his 7th victory for the Brews Friday night against 2 defeats. The 200 pound righthander, who compiled a 6-1 record with Paw- .ucket, R. L, of the New England league last season, hurled a 5 hitter to beat the Toledo Mudhens, 4-1. Roy also proved handy with the sat, knocking in his own winning run with a single in the 2nd. Indianapolis picked up £ game —expanding its lead to 1$ —by sweeping a doubleheader from Kansas City. Columbus continued in the race—5i- games out of the lead—by slugging out 9-5 and 14-10 decisions over Minneapolis. Louisville rapped St. Paul 5-4 but the Saints recouped with a 9-0 2nd victory. big nine opponents, the Hawks meet 8 non-conference foes ir the early season competition Four of them will be making their first appearance agains Iowa teams. The Hawks will open agains Omaha university here Dec. 1 followed by Colorado college Creighton, Ithaca, M i c h i g a i State, Texas Christian, St.. Mciry'. of California and Western Reserve. FIGHT IUCSULTS Detroit — Tommy Varosz, 1fi7, Pitts burgh, outpointed Johnny Colan. !"•! New York, 10. Brooklyn (Fort Hamilton)—-Ilocky Cas tcllani, 154, Scranton, Pii., oiitpointc Mickey Zangara, !*>r>'.2, New York, 10. The Braves Win league-leading Boston Public Links Tourney Opens 200 Seek Title Held by Wilfrid Crossley Atlanta, Ga., (U.R)—More than 200 of the nation's best weekend O olfcrs, the amateurs who pay for each round they shoot, commenced -m assault on par Saturday in the 23rd annual national public links ournament, and defending champion Wilfrid Crossley was the man :o beat. The first 2 days will be devoted to picking the team champion, but starting Monday, it's every golfer for himself as match play gels underway in a wecklong tournament. The team championship will be decided by 3 combined medal scores for each city contingent and the links-birds who saw the boys shoot practice rounds believed Los Angeles would supplant Atlanta as team champion. Crossley, now of New York City, but who 'led Atlanta to the title last year in Minneapolis, figured to meet his sternest competition from 2 former champions, Bobbie Clark, Jr., of St. Paul and Andy Szwedke of Pittsburgh. And while rain may fall clown on the spacious North Fulton course just as it did last year, the smooth-putting Crossley was the favorite, rain, or shine. Braves stretched their first place margin to 6\ games by coming from behind 3 times to beat the Chicago Cubs 12-10. It was Boston's 6th straight victory. Phil M"asi and Earl Torgeson hit homers 1'or Boston and Andy Paf- ko and Bob Scheffing had round trippers for Chicago. St. Louis walloped the Philadelphia Phillies, under new Manager Dusty Cooke 8-2 in a night game. Cooke, who succeeded Ben Chapman Friday, sent Rookie Major League STANDINGS AMERICAN LEAGUE \V. L. Tct. G.B. Cleveland 47 29 .G18 . . . Philadelphia ..49 34 .590 U New York 45 33 .577 3 Boston 43 35 .545 5). Detroit 39 40 .494 9A Washington ... 35 43 .449 13 St. Louis 29 46 .387 17A Chicago 24 50 .324 22 AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston 5; Detroit 3. St. Louis 10; New York 4. Chicago 3; Washington 2. Philadelphia 10; Cleveland 5. NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B 48 40 40 37 37 37 37 Boston .... Pittsburgh . St. Louis . . Brooklyn . . New York . Cincinnati . Philadelphia Chicago 33 Friday Results NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn 4; Cincinnati 2. Boston 12: Chicago 10. St. Louis 8; Philadelphia 2. New York at Pittsburgh, rain. 31 3G 37 37 38 42 43 45 .608 .526 .519 .500 .493 .468 .463 .423 6i 7 8), 9 11 Durocher, who doesn't want to be nice, is in as Giant manager . . . yeah, but how about pleasant Burt Shotton or Connie Mack or Billy Southworth or, for that matter, Chapman's buddy and suc- cesor, Dusty Cooke?" They do a pretty good job of being nice guys. WHODUNIT AND WHY It's easy to explain why Ottie and Chappie were deposed, even why Branch Rickey was willing to let high-salaried Leo depart. . but there's something of a mystery in Durocher's reasons for switching jobs . . . Leo kept teasing writers Friday by suggesting: "What made it happen? You fellows haven't asked anything yet so I'm not saying anything." . . . But obviously he was fishing for a certain question that would give him a chance to spill some new5 . the question hasn't been asked yet. MOORE AND MORE Johnny Moore, one-time bii leaguer, now is scout for thf Boston Braves on the west coast and is doing very well . . . hi = first season of scouting, Johnny signed 25 players and 24 of them held their jobs on Boston farm teams . . . that made it all the I 1H 14 i Hollywood. Cal.— Mario TriRo, HllP'i, Montcrrry, ^Icx.. outpointed Del Cock- aync, Ki7 DCS Moincs, 10. JOE HATTEN BOB BILLING ER Ames Calls for Caddies Ames—Any caddies want a job July 24-25? All that will be necessary to get a workout is to let Beryl S. Taylor, meet manager of the 1948 Iowa Masters golf tournament, know either by phone or postcard. Iowa State officials have always told golfers to bring their own caddies when possible to help meet the annual shortage of bag toters. Taylor said all caddies wanting to work the Mastei - s should plan to be at the college clubhouse between 7 and 7:30 p. m. July 24. Curt Simmons to the mound and the Cards belted him liberally. Red Munger was the winning pitcher. The New York Giants never got the chance to play under their new manager, Leo Durocher, Friday night because their game at Pittsburgh was rained out. Feller Belted The Philadelphia Athletics crept to within a game and a half of the league leading Indians when they defeated Cleveland 105 Friday night. Blasting Bob Feller from the mound in a 5 run first inning, the A's took command never were Brissie was from the start and headed. Lefty Lou Probable Pitchers NATIONAL LEAGUE New York at Pittsburgh—Jones (7-5) vs. Osterinueller (5-2) Brooklyn at Cincinnati (2)—Roe (4-4) and Branca (10-(>) or Behrman (2-1) vs. Fox (4-4) and Wch- mcier (5-4) Boston at Chicago—Spahn (7-6) vs. Hamner (4-4) Philadelphia at St. Louis—Donnelly (5-4) vs. Dickson (6-7) Charter Granted to 6-Team Pro Football League in Midwest Springfield, (U.R)—The Central State Professional Football league, operating in 6 cities in Indiana, Wisconsin and Illinois, has been granted a charter by the state of Illinois, it was revealed Saturday. Teams in the new circuit will be Whiting, Ind., Waukegan. and Evanston, 111., and Kenosha, Racine and Delavan, Wis. Organizers of the league were listed as President Tommy Tommerson. Secretary-treasurer Jack Emerick and Walter Anderson, all of Waukegan. The league -will plnj r a 25 game schedule, opening Sept. 12 and ending Nov. 21. The Evanston club, an all-Negro comuine, will play only road games. Coaches have been picked for all teams except Kenosha. Emerick said. Stan Justak will direct the Whiting team, while others will be William H. Johnson at Evanston, Bill Rolens and Nick Conteas at Waukegan, Gil Thompson at Kenosha and Tommerson at Delavan. "We have players for all teams," Emerick said, "and we're ready to begin operations. The teams are all organized." Emerick said games would be more embarrassing the other day when the Cincinnati Reds announced they had sianed an outstanding high school prospect— A .448 hitter—for their Ogden, Utah, farm club . . . The kid's name is Johnnv Moore. SHORTS AND SHELLS Drumbeater Evert Clay reports there are more Kentucky Kernels at the Hialeah race track this summer than there ever were during the racing season . . . seems" that the hay raked out of the stalls was used to cover the racing strip ... A lot of Kentucky corn (solid form) was mixed in with it . . .'the seeds sprouted and there's a nice corn patch growing on the track ... Bill Miller, who has been writing clever press releases about Los Angeles fights, has gone back into the management business with a couple of nose-bashers on his list. . . .When this dept, recently ran an item about Notre Dame's Marty Wendell earning the nickname of "Cutic-' 1 a typographical error in the San Angelo, Calif. Standard made his first name "Mary." . . . Marty can always alibi: "I'm not the type AP AVirephoto MEL SHAKES OFF HIS RESPONSIBILITY—Mel Ott, center, congratulates Leo Durocher, left, after Ott resigned and Durocher took over as manager of the New York Giants Friday. Durocher, the former Brooklyn pilot, is shown in the Giants' office, where Ott will get a new appointment, as Horace Stoneham, club president, looks on. Giants to Try a Visit to Flatbush July 26 By JOE REICHLER New York, (/P)—Still flabbergasted by the greatest managerial shakeup in major league history, baseball followers Saturday were speculating, "where do the Giants and Dodgers- go from here in the flag chase?" Will swashbuckling Leo Durocher, who supplanted mild Mel Ott as manager of the New York Giants, make the heavy hilling but weak pitching Polo Grounders a more formidable pennant threat? Can the game's most explosive firebrand since John McGraw in- Etill some of'his fighting spirit BASEBALL ROCKWE°LL, IOWA Sun*, July 18 2:30 P. M. BANCROFT vs. ROCKWELL inlo Ihe heretofore colorless, dead panned Giants? To Repeat Miracle? On the other hand, will Ihe 63 year old Burt Shotton, who replaced Durocher at the Brooklyn Dodger helm, repeat his "miracle of 1947?" Can the snow lhatchcd, uniformless taclician steer the 4lh place Brooks lo the top of the National league, thus duplicating his brilliant achievement of last year? Those and other questions won't be answered for several months, but the general feeling is that both clubs will be helped tremendously by Ihe 2-ply change. Meet July 26 The first scheduled meeting of the 2 teams under their new managers is slated for July 26 at Brooklyn. Little comment has been offered over the supplanting of Ben Chapman by Allen "Dusty" Cooke as manager of the Philadelphia Phils. The Chapman-Cooke announcement Friday was practically blacked out by the startling news of the across-thc-river deal between those bitter interborough New York rivals. Cooke, hired as trainer last spring, will be a "temporary manager" only. He is expected to yield the reins when a permanent one is named by President Bob Carpenter. Most Fantastic The switch from Ott to Durocher is easily the most fantaslic shuffle in Giant history. It is generally agreed that his new assignment is the toughest job in Durocher's career. Not only must Leo produce at the Polo Grounds, but his managerial abiJ- ity will be judged on what o*ccurs in Brooklyn the balance of the season. Should Shotton lead Brooklyn to the flag, Leo's stock will drop considerably. Leo also will have the added burden of swinging the Giants over to his way of playing. His handling of men may inspire the Giants or it may create resentment. It may take the Giants some time to become accustomed to Durocher. Paradoxically, it is probable that Brooklyn fans ana players will be pleased about Shotton's relujrn. Burt was an unknown man when he joined the Dodgers a year ago last April, but his retiring ways and his strong pennant crusade made Dodger patrons turn lo him like a great protector. Shollon's task, it Js believed, not nearly as difficult as Durocher's. Shotton knows the Dodgers as well as Durocher. Dodgers High Also Ihe Dodgers have been riding, high in recent weeks. In last place on July 3, the Brooks have climbed inlo 4th position in 2 weeks. On Ihe olhcr hand, the Giants have been descending steadily. In 3rd place 3 weeks ago, they are now in the 2nd division, having lost 11 of their last 17 games. It is certain lhat Ott will be missed at the Polo Grounds. Ever since Mel broke in as a 16 year old under McGraw, he has been an idol of the fans. Ott, plainly crestfallen over the latest turn of events, was asked whether he suggested Durocher as his successor. He replied lhat "Stoneham would have to answer that." Stoneham insisted that Durocher was his first choice to succeed Ott. He said the entire deal took only 24 hours to consummate. He said he chanced a discussion with Rickey because "I felt thai something was going on in Brooklyn with Durocher." New Deputy Sheriff Title for Joe Louis Detroit, (U.R)—World's heavyweight, champion Joe Louis Saturday was sworn in as special deputy sheriff in Wayne county by Sheriff Edward Bchrcndt. Louis becomes one of only 10 such deputies in Ihe history of the office. Sheriff Bohronclt said Joe was given this honorary appointment because of his nation-wide recognition as a leader among his race and because he is especially admired by the young people. He has been asked to take the job of organizing a junior deputy program among the young boys of his race in Ihe county. The sheriff said he feels the champ will have an invaluable influence in combatting juvenile delinquency and in teaching the young people of his race respect for the law. AH smiles, Joe said, "II is a great honor; I will do my best." AMERICAN LEAGUE St. Louis at New York — Stephens (2-4) vs. Lopat (7-5) j Detroit at Boston—Trucks (G-5) vs. Kinder (3-4) Cleveland at Philadelphia — Bcarden (7-3) vs. Cplcman (8-6) Chicago at Washington—Gettel (2-5) vs. Wynn (7-9) credited with the victory and Feller charged with his llth loss against 9 triumphs. Ken Keltner belted his 22nd homer of the year in a losing cause. Joe Dobson chalked up his llth victory of the year and the Red Sox their 3rd straight when they humbled Detroit 5-3. Art Houtte- nian of the Tigers suffered his 12th loss. Vcrn Stephens homered for Boston. Dillingcr Stars St. Louis' 7th place Brownies walloped the New York Yankees 10-4 behind slender Cliff Fannin. The Browns went ahead with 2 runs off Allie Reynolds in the 3rd and 5 more in the 6th. Bob Dillinger led the Browns' attack with 3 singles, a triple, 5 runs driven in and 2 stolen jbascs. Phil Rizzulo hit a homer for the Yanks in the 8th, the inning New York scored all its runs and Ned Carver replaced Fannin. Chicago's last place While Sox beat Washington 3-2 in a night game with Marino Pi ore Hi registering the triumph. played mostly noons. on Sunday after- Waverly Gets Spot n District Meet by 4-0 Over Floyd Charles City—Waverly won its vay to the district high school Baseball tournament Friday after- no IIT RF.SIJT.TS Hy Tlir Associated I'ro.ss Allcnlnwn, Pa. — Chuck IViirlon, Newark. N. .1., awnrded derision Areliir Wllmer, 13!>, Philadelphia. rrrr ntiipjieil bout In ('.111. drclarlnc \Vil- itirr wan not doing bin best.) 133. over Cozzi Soys Iowa U. to Be His Fall Spot MarshalHown, (/P)—Stan Cozzi Marshalllown • high school's grea all-state halfback of 1947 and 1946, will definitely enroll at the University of Iowa this fall, was announced here Saturday. Cozzi, who weighs 190 pounds had been rated as the state's bes back in prep circles for 2 seasons. He averaged 7.6 yards a to in Ihe lasl 2 years during whicl he was named lo all-slate learn twice. He earned fi letters in sports at Marshalllown. Prosser, Mainline Lead Way Into Net Meet's4th Round Cedar Rapids, (IP) —Top seeded L,eu Prosser of Mission, Kans., and 2nd seeded Ted Hainline of Rock Island, 111., led the players into the 4th round of the Iowa State Tennis tournament men's singles competition Saturday. Prosser defeated George Cramer, St. Paul, Minn., 6-1, 6-1, and Hainline eliminated Bill Ball, Cedar Rapids. 9-7, 6-2, in 3rd round matches Friday. Ken Donclson of Iowa City pulled an upset by defeating 4th seeded Burt Lynch of Peoria, 111.. (3-3. 6-2. they downed Floyd 10011 when icre 4-0. Waverly got a single, 2 doubles, sacrifice and hit batsman for 3 •uns in the initial half of the first nning. After the first inning, ^icken, Floyd mouncl&nian, settled down and only allowed the Uo- lawks 2 hits while striking out 10 jailers. Brandt only gave up 3 lits and struck out 6 Floyd bailers. Waverly completed 2 double plays, one in the 6th and one in the 7th. Score by innings: WAVF.nt,Y 3lH 000 II—I 5 1 FLOYD 000 000 <l—I) :i 4 Ilattcrlrs: Brandt ami Weltncr; ricken nnd Benson. FILL ORDERS QUICKLY Iowa City—With the first big influx of orders expected Monday and Tuesday, Iowa officials are equipped for quick processing and filling of football ticket requests. All of the tickets for the 5 home games are ready, and the new punch card system of mechanical sorting will speed the job. About 45.000 copies of the application- material went in the mail Saturday. RIDE AWAY., Sports Calendar SATURDAY—Dubuque White Sox at Legionnaires, time 8:30. SUNDAY—Waterloo at Junior Legion for first inter-district playoff game, time 1 p. m. Dubuquc's White Sox at Legionnaires, time 2:30. V. F. W. at Sheffield. Qualifying rounds begin in city golf tourney at Country club. TUESDAY—Legionnaires at Spencer, time 8:30. Chamber Motors Junior Legion of Des Moines at Mason City Junior Legion, time 6:30. WEDNESDAY—V. F. W. at Legionnaires, time 8:30. THURSDAY — Junior Legion at Waterloo for 2nd inter-district playoff game, time 2 p. m. Es- Iherville at Legionnaires, lime 8:30. FRIDAY—Legionnnires at Northwood, lime 5:00. Think of getting up to 75 miles on a gallon of gas It'i the modern, economical method of transportation. W« want to show you how easy you can own • Cushman—and SAVE. Com* m TODAY. CENTRAL AUTO ELECTRIC CO. 25 1st St. S. W. Phone 14S Gennin* Cnshman Purl* >nd Srrvlo

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the Globe-Gazette
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

Try it free