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Braves Crush Phils as Dark Leads Way Ewell Ties 100 Meter Dash Mark — _ _. __. _ J-, Scores Upset Over Patton AP Wirephoto WIN PLACES ON U. S. OLYMPIC TEAM—Zoe Ann Olson, Vicki Draves and Pat Elsener (left to right)—all Californians although Miss Olson is a native of LaPorte City, Iowa—are pictured after they won places on the American Olympic team in springboard diving trials at Detroit Friday. The transplanted lowan took first and is a strong bet to win at the London Olympics. Ann Curtis took the *£Q£nen's 100-meter free style event and 17-year-old Jimmy McLane of Akron scored an upset over Ohio State's Bill Smith to grab top honors in the men's 400-meter race. Iowa College Conference uivided Into 2 Divisions Des Moines, (U.R)—The ungainly* 13 member Iowa conference was cut in half here Friday at a meeting of faculty representatives. From now on the conference will compete in divisions 1 and 2, generally on a geographical basis with the exceptions of Loras and Dubuque, the league's leading powerhouses. Both are in the same city, but Loras will compete in division 1 and Dubuque in division 2. With Loras will be Luther, Upper Iowa, Wartburg, Westmar and Buena Vista. With Dubuque will be Parsons, St. Ambrose of Davenport, Iowa Wesleya.ii, Central, Simpson and Penn. Effect of Split The split, on the basis of recent competition, would appear to make division 2 the stronger. St. Ambrose, Central, Simpson and Dubuque have been among the leaders of the conference in recent years, with Iowa Wesleyan and Parsons often in the role of up- yfetter. Loras completely dominates division 1, although Luther, Upper Iowa and Wartburg have been challengers in major sports, while Wartburg won last year's wrestling title. . Protests that Loras and St. Ambrose were getting too strong for the league, and competing in another conference besides, were overruled when the representatives voted against inviting the 2 to withdraw. To Start in 49-50 The split is scheduled to go into effect for football in the fall of 1950; for basketball, baseball and track during the 1949-50 seasons. Henceforth, to win a championship, each team must play at least 5 games of football in its division and 10 games of basketball. The champion must also meet every other member of the division at least once in basketball. The baseball champion musl have the best record in at least 6 games with teams in its division including at least one game with every other member. To Have Playoffs A playoff between the champions of each division will be scheduled at the end of each football, basketball and baseball season. In track, the 3 individua place winners at the divisiona meets will be eligible for the conference championships. The conference also, voted tha games between traditional foes such as Loras and St. Ambrose when each is a member of anothei division, will not count in the standings. Alexander Leads in Columbus Open Columbus, Ohio, (fP) — Stewart 'Skip" Alexander, 29 - year - old ex-army captain from Lexington, N. Car., is a double-barrelled lews-item-this weekend. Down in Knoxville, Tenn., papers will announce his approach- ng marriage (October) to Miss Kathleen Ann Reade. Papers are also announcing that the former Duke golf captain is the No. 1 man in the race for the third annual Columbus Open golf title. But Skip, sinking putts from By CHARLES CHAMBERLAIN Evanston, 111., (fi>) — Old-timer Barney Ewell, showing his heels to youngsters like Pell Mel Patton to win the 100 meter dash, went after a sweep in the sprints Saturday in the 200 meter feature of the qualifying round of the American Olympic track tryouts. The explosive triumph of the 31 year old Ewell over heavily- favored Patton topped the first round of the trials Friday night. The barrel-chested Negro whizzed through the 10 meters in 10.2 seconds to match the world record set by Jesse Owens of Ohio State in 1936 and equalled by Hal Davis of Southern California in 1941. Dillard Takes 3rd The former Penn State star, too young for the 1932 and 1936 Olympics, was considered possibly too old for the London games next month. He had been rated probably a 3rd in the 100 meter event. The favored Patton, labelled the "world's fastest human," got off to a slow start and never caught up. The Southern California Streak inched out Harrison Dillard of Baldwin-Wallace for 2nd. The surprise win by Ewell set up Saturday's 200 meter dash as the finale highlight. Eleven events, with the first 3 finishers in each winning an Olympic berth, are scheduled. Half of the team has now been determined. Ewell, Patton and Dillard gained 3 place by their 1-2-3 finish in the 100-meters. Ed Conwell of Jersey City, a close 4th, will probably be included also to round out the 400 meter relay team. Bill' Mathis, former University of Illinois sprinter, missed out when he pulled a leg muscle 5 yards from the tape and fell to the ground. Nineteen team members were decided plus 15 who had previously qualified in separately conducted trials in the 10,000 meter walk, 10,000 meter run, 50,000 meter walk, the marathon and decathlon. Other Selections Team members selected Friday night in addition to those in the 100 include, in order of their finish: 5,000 meter run—Curtis Stone, Philadelphia; Jerry Thompson, Texas; Clarence Robinson, Brigham Young. Time: 14:40.7. 400 meter hurdles—Roy Cochran, Los Angeles Athletic club; Richard Ault, Missouri: Jeff Kirk, Pennsylvania. Time, 51.7. Hammer throw—Bob Bennett, Apponaug, R. I.; Henry Dryer, New York Athletic club: Sam Felton,'Harvard. 177 feet 8J inches. Javelin throw — Martin Biles, San Francisco Olympic club; Robert Likins, San Jose, Cal., Steve Seymour, Los Angeles Athletic ALVIN DARK —Hits in 21 Straight Another Russian Accusation: We're Exploiting Children By EDDIE GILMORE Moscow, (/P)—The United States and western European nations were accused by a Russian newspaper Saturday of "exploiting children" in the coming Olympics games. Russia is not competing in the Olympics. The Moscow News said: "Exploitation of children is widely practiced in the United States and western Europe. A's Rally to Beat Bosox as Tribe Defeated By CARL LTJNDQUIST New York, (U.R) —Evea while hobbling around on a cane, Pep- perhead Eddie Stanky wielded a big influence in the pennant plans of the Boston Braves Saturday through his roommate and pal, kid shortstop Alvin Dark. Stanky, probably the most earnest player of modern times, plays only to win and had to hold back the tears when told that the Probable Pitchers AMERICAN LEAGUE Chicago (Haynes 5-7) at Detroit (Trout 8-9). New York (Raschi 9-3) at Washington (Haefner 4-7). Boston (Kramer 8-3) at Philadelphia (McCahan 0-2). Only games scheduled. NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh (Lombardi 4-6) at Chicago (Schmitz 7-9). Brooklyn (Taylor 1-4) at New York (Hartung 5-5. Philadelphia (Leonard 7-7) at Boston (Voiselle 9-6)—night. Cincinnati (Vandermeer 6-7) at St. Louis (Dickson 6-5)—night. broken ankle he suffered in a collision at Brooklyn Thursday would keep him out of the lineup at least 6 weeks. Last year with the Dodgers, he made a star pitcher out of his roommate Ralph Branca, building the big right hander's confidence and giving him the same tips that are going this year to Dark. Sain Wins No. 11 Friday night, while Stanky was "sitting it out," Dark hit safely in his 21st straight game, getting a triple, double, single and stealing home as the Braves crushed the Phils 13-2. Johnny Sain, under no pressure, gave up 12 hits as he scored his llth victory. Del Ennis hit a Philly homer. The Braves now lead by 3 £ games. The Cubs set back the 2nd place Pirates 2-1 at Chicago when Bill Nicholson hit his llth homer of the year with Andy Pafko on base in the 6th inning to send ace right hander Elmer Riddle down to his 4th loss against 9 wins. Rookie Ralph Hamner gave up 5 hits to win his 4th game. Musial Provides Spark j Stan "The Man" Musial hit a Mai*a Clir GUbe-G»x*tU, Btai«n City, IB. July 10, 1948 9 Davenport VFW to Play Legionnaires in 2 Games Visiting Club Boasts Good Mason City Juniors Post 8-0 Triumph Charles City — Mason City, Manly and St. Lucas posted first round victories in Friday games of the 4th district Junior Legion baseball tournament here. Mason City's strong club downed New Hampton 8-0 behind the one hit pitching of Bill Postrna, Manly edged Charges City 7-4 and St. Lucas eliminated Independence 4-2. Saturday's pairings matched Mason City against Manly with St. Lucas against the winner of the Lansing-Osage game, which was also scheduled on Saturday. Finals were slated for Sunday afternoon. Mason City scored in only 2 innings against New Hampton with the game being wrapped up by a 6-run splurge in the 2nd frame. The winners got their other 2 markers in the 7th inning. Leo Chimbidis and Bernard Bennett A RECORD BREAKER—Darrow Hooper of North high school in Fort Worth, Texas, has pitched the 12-pound shotput 59' feet, 10& inches for a national interscholastic record. He has also hurled the discus 169 feet, just 3 feet, 2£ inches shorl of the national mark. What's more, he has another year to go in high school. Hooper is only 16 years old and is 6-3 tall and weighs 207 pounds. cracked homers for Mason club; 225 feet 9 inches. High jump—Verne McGrew, Rice; George Stanich, Los Angeles Athletic club; Dwight Eddie- man, Illinois, 6 feet 8£ inches. everywhere, rattled off 7 birdies and 11 pars for a 32-32—64 in Friday's opening round to take a 2-stroke edge over a field of 100. There were another 18 holes Saturday, and 36 Sunday, but that $2,000 top prize money is important to a guy contemplating matrimony and Alexander may stay right out front the rest of the way. Lloyd Mangrum, the 1946 National Open king from Chicago, and George Schoux, the 29-year- old start from Mamaroneck, N. Y., each clipped par by 5 strokes with neat 66's but were 2 strokes off the pace. League Leaders Williams, Boston AMERICAN LEAGUE G AB R H Pet. . . 70 2I Boaureau, Cleveland 71 2BO Zarilla, St. Louis ... 68 243 Kell, Detroit 54 214 Brown, New York .. 59 196 fifi 102 35 82 30 71) 28 04 .31)5 .SHU .32 NATIONAL, LEAGUE G AB R Musial, St. Louis .. Ashburn, Philadel. Holmes, Boston .., Pafko, Chicago ... Dark, Boston Stanky, Boston ... II Pet. 74 2BI fi(! 120 .413 73 204 49 101 .344 (>3 257 43 8fi .335 <!7 250 42 83 .332 58 202 33 (5(i (12 231 47 74 .327 .320 HOMERUNS Ssiuer, Reds tt-i Miner, Pirates 23 20 20 Keltner, Indians Musial, Cardinals DiMaggio, Yankees in Mize, Giants 18 Gordon, Indians , 18 RUNS Williams, Red Sox fifi Musial, Cardinals (if. Kiner, Pirates fiO DIMagflo, Ited Sox fit Sauer, Reds 51 DiMargio, New York »1 RUNS BATTED IN DiMagffio, Yankees 74 Williams, Red Sox 72 Stephens, Red Sox 71 Gordon, Indians (15 Musial, Cardinals Of Kiner, Pirates 63 HITS Mesial, Cardinals 120 Williams, Red Sox 102 Ashburn, Phillies 101 Boudreau, Indians <i7 Waitkus, Cubs 05 "Jimmy McLane, the American 'Olympic hope' is a 16 year old lad. (McLane, now 17, is one of 3 Americans who qualified Friday for the 400 meter event in swiin- rn i n tr He is from Akron. Ohio.) According to the French newspaper Record, Australia will be represented at the Olympic games by a 13 year old, Marjorie Mackaway, and England by 14 year old Eleanor Gordon and 15 year old John Wadrope. "The national teams of many western European countries will evidently likewise include children whose sports careers are doomed to be crippled before they get a chance to mature." The newspaper pointed out that exploitation of child athletes was impossible by law in the USSR. While the Olympics are going on in England the USSR is going to see one of its greatest summer sports seasons. But it will be a season in which juveniles are forbidden to enter races or other events against adults. Sports authorities here estimate at least 2,000,000 youngsters, 14 to 18 years old, will take part in official sporting events. Tennis, swimming, football, (soccer), basketball, gymnastics and track hold the summer sports spot light. 2 run homer and touched off the winning rally with a single in a 6-4 Cardinal victory over Cincinnati at St. Louis in which Relief Pitcher Gerry Staley scored his both City. The Mason City club got a total of 11 hits off Schlindwein, New Hampton pitcher, and Schlindwein received shabby support afield through 8 errors. The Manly club went into a 7-0 lead at the end of 4 innings and withstood a Charles City rally to win. The winners got 8 hits to 6 for Charles City. Bodensteiner, St. Lucas pitcher, gave up a pair of runs to Independence in the first inning and then pitched shutout ball the rest of the way. The game was tied 2-2 in the 4th and in the 5th frame Huinker homered to break the tie and give St. Lucas the victory. The boxscores: MASON CITY—B /\B H PO A D. Colloton. ss 4 2 3 2 Georgoff, 3b 1 0 0 1 Bergcr, 3b 3 1 0 1 Murr, cf 4 0 « 0 Bennett, c 4 1 8 0 Chimbidis, 1u 4 '.'. S 0 Fatton. 11 0 0 0 (I xEdgington 1 0 0 fl Holder. If 3 0 0 0 J. Colloton, 2b 3 2 Wright, rl 3 1 Postma, p 2 1 32 11 Performers The Mason City Legionnaires, the pressure of a 9-game winning streak snapped by an embarrassing 29-0 defeat at the hands of Spencer Thursday evening, will try to get back on the winning trail against the Davenport VFW team in a pair of games at Roosevelt field this weekend. What effect the Spencer defeat * will have on the local club remains to be seen. Mason City didn't hit, the fielding left much to be desired and the pitchers were as wild as jungle tigers. Out to Make Amends But the game goes in the books as a single defeat, a bad one, "yes, but still just a single loss. The Legionnaires, with a record to back it up, still have a sound ball club and they'll be out to make amends against Davenport. The club will be bolstered this weekend with the addition of Pitcher Al DiMarco and Catcher Pewee Day. Both have played great ball this season and their absence in the mid-week games is noticeable. Al DiMarco will pitch one of the 2 games, probably the Sunday afternoon contest at 2:30. The starting hurler Saturday night at 8:30 is uncertain. Harold Kornbaum, who hasn't pitched except on road games this season, appears Major Loop Prospect Jack Graham of San Diego has been burning up the Pacific Coast league at the plate and when the season was slightly more than a 3rd victory in the last 5 Cardinal 1 third finished he had 33 homers _-;.and-8!Ln!D5-b_gttedin.._. . . He may Big Seven Conference Meets to Consider Defiance of Rules Kansas City, (JP) —The Big Seven conference faculty committee met Rex Barney, turning in his 2nd straight complete victory after going 2 years without finishing one that he won, was masterful in a 4 hit 10-3 Brooklyn triumph over the Giants at the Polo Grounds. He pitched hitless ball after serving up a 3 run 4th inning homer to Walker Cooper and walked only 2 batters. Roy Campanella and Gene Hermanski hit homers to lead the 13 hit Dodger attack. Scheib's Hit Beats Bosox Pinchhitter Carl Scheib's double with 2 out in the 9th gave the Athletics an 8-7 victory over the Red Sox at Philadelphia and enabled Relief Pitcher Charley Harris, the winner, to gain revenge for being the victim of last Sunday's 14 run Boston inning. The A's had a big inning themselves Friday night, coming from behind with 6 runs in the Gth. Joe DiMaggio drove in 4 runs with his 19th homer and a single and Lefty Ed Lopat pitched 4 hit ball to win his 5th straight game and his 7th of the season as the Yankees defeated the Senators 9-0 at Washington. After 25 years of pitching, Negro Satchel Paige 'finally made his big league debut with 2 scoreless innings of relief work for the Indians in a lost cause as the Browns scored a 5-3 decision a Cleveland. The Browns clinched victory with 4 runs in the first 2 innings Totals 32 xBatted for Holder in 7th. NEW HAMPTON—0 AB Kane, 3b 3 Schlindwcln, p 3 Stone, Ib, rf 3 Flatjord, ss 3 Cisson, cf Bleitz, cf Rels, If . Wes Ward, rf, Ib .., Knight, 2b Lynch, 2b Wayne Ward, c .... 0 H 0 0 I) 0 ft t 0 0 0 I) 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 21 ro i i n i o o i 4 0 10 et another shot in the majors,] laving had a brief tryout with the Yankees before the war. * Bill Berner of Mason City has oeen named a supervisor in track .n the summer intramural pro;ram at Iowa State Teachers college. . . . He is a senior in physical education and will be getting experience in the actual coaching and directing of athletic events. * Not Signed; Draft Rights The Des Moines team, recently admitted as a member of the National pro basketball league, has received draft rights to Mickey Marty, Loras college cage ace. . . . But Marty will be here next January to take over the coaching reigns at St. Joseph's high school. . . . He's had many offers in the pro game before but has passed them up. * Stella Walsh of Cleveland, who has been active in women's track for nearly 20 years, recently took 3 events in the National AAU meet at Grand Rapids, Mich. . . . She won the 100 and 200 meter events and also the broadjump. . . . She will be unable to compete in the Olympics for the United States because she has competed for Poland. 21 10 a probable choice. Jim Hogue, Mully Fredricks and Mike Lloyd all went to the hill in the Spencer game and will be available as none" of the 3 was around very long. Davenport Club Good The Davenport club is good. The VFW club is the current leader in the municipal league in Davenport and hasn't lost a game in loop competition. Included in the lineup are 2 performers familiar to Mason City fans, Shortstop Tom Stenger and 2nd Baseman Skip Greene of the Davenport championship high school and Junior Legion clubs. The 2 pitchers who will work against Mason City are Engles, formerly with Dallas in the Texas league, and Deitz, formerly with the Davenport Cubs in the Three- I loop. At 3rd base will be Quinn, who played at Iowa in 1942 and '43. Wayne Kelling will be in centerfield. He is rated the outstanding semi -pro player in eastern Iowa. Burda, the leftfielder, is a former player with Quincy of the Three-I Score by Innings: MASON CIT1T OfiO OOfl 2—8 It 1 NEW HAMPTON ... 000 OOO 0—0 1 8 Errors, Schlindwehi, Stune. FLatjord 2, Wes Ward 3, Wayne Ward, J. Collolon; 8 bast? hit Wright; homcruns, Chimbidis, Bennett; runs batted in, D. Collnlon 1, Bennett 2, Chimbidis 2, Wright 1; stolen bases, n. Colloton, Bennett, Holder, J. Colloton, Postma; double plays, Schlindwein to Kane, Schlindwein to Lynch to Stone; J. Colloton to D. Colloton to Chimbidis; struck out, by Schlindwein 3, Postma 8; left on bases, New Hampton 1, Mason City 4: wild pitches, Schlindwein I; hit by pitcher, Postma by Schlindwein); umpires, Monroe, Hazen and Muller; time, 1:05. R H E Manly 204 100 0—7 8 6. Charles City. . . 200 Oil 0—4 6 4 Batteries: Ford and Norland; Larson, Christensen and .Newton. R H E St. Lucas 000 220 0—4 6 Independence . 200 000 0—2 4 3 Batteries: Bodensteiner and Wolfe; Cornwell and Soener. FIGHT RESULTS By The Associated Press Hollywood, Cal.—Harold "Ilaby Fiice 1 Jones, ISSli, Detroit, outpointed Charles Salas, 145i,i, Phoenix, 10. Pinkie George Says He'll Keep Pro Cage Team in Des Moines Des Moines, (JP) — Des Moines Enterprises, Inc., has started work on the problem of obtaining a site for professional basketball games here. Pinkie George, Des Moines promoter, told the group Friday that he has decided to keep his National basketball league franchise here. There had been reports that he might transfer the team to Waterloo. The meeting was attended by Ike Duffy, Anderson, Ind., league president. Garner Gets Loop Win Game r—The Garner softball team defeated the R. C. team on the R. C. diamond Thursday evening 17-10 in a Hancock county conference game. Play Eastern Teams Iowa State has never met an in special session Saturday to including a homer by Pitcher "Fred eastern foe in basketball. But consider the University, of Kansas' Sanford over Cleveland Ace Bob 'V, 8 . comir JS season the Cyclones BASEBALL* ROOSEVELT FIELD Saturday, July 10,8:30 P.M. Sunday, July 11,2:30 P. M. DAVENPORT Veterans of Foreign Wars M. C. LEGIONNAIRES Admission — Adults 60c; Children 25c — Tax Inc. BARNEY EWELL —Olympic Trials Winner LIGHTING SYSTEM NEARLY COMPLETE AT MANLY Manly—The athletic field at Manly, which will soon have a complete lighting system, will have its regular scheduled night games of baseball and regular practices are carried on now with Franklin Mcade, local high school coach, in charge. Sixteen players are in tlie tryout field. Nifty looking suits of gray with red trim have been received and the boys are all ready to go when the lights are placed. defiance of the league's reinterpretation of its eligibility rules. Kansas, through Chancellor Deane \V. Malott, a week ac,'o threw a bombshell into the midland's number one athletic family by announcing it would play 5 athletes made ineligible by the rule regardless of the conference's stand. The rule which has been in the conference's code for years but was waived during the war period, sets out: That athletes entering school before May 1, 1947, must count bath junior college and freshman competition as one of 4 years of competition; that athletes enrolling after May 1, 1947, could play 3 years, exclusive of freshman or first year junior college play. The rule was reinstated at the May meeting of the committee. Chancellor Malott declared that the Kansas players made ineligible by the rule would be permitted to compete at Kansas, if they enrolled and chose to pl;iy. Lemon. Lemon went down to his 7th defeat against 12 victories. The Tigers won their 5th straight at Detroit, 4-3 over the White Sox. Freddy Hutchinson, giving up 6 hits, had a shutout until Aaron Robinson hit a 2 run homer in the 9th. Sports Calendar SATURDAY—Davenport VFW at Legionnaires, time 8:30. Semifinals of Junior Legion district tournament at Charles City. SUNDAY—Davenport VFW at Legionnaires, time 2:30. Waterloo at VFW, time 2:30. Finals of Junior Legion district tournament at Charles City. TUESDAY—Legionnaires at Fort Dodge, time 8:30. 4-II Softball Tourney C 1 a r i o n—Wright courity 4-H boys are in the midst .of a 100 game round robin softball tournament that will be completed by Aug. 1. The top 4 teams will play in a straight elimination tournament at the Farm Sports Festival on Aug. 10 for the county championship. Fight Results NewbHrih, N. T.—Billy Fox, 111!, Philadelphia, (topped Cliff Kocrkle, 1X3, Buy- •nns, N. J., .1. L»nt Bench, N. T.— S«l Rlohlr, 151, Br»«klyn, kncekerf «it Al H*rih, 141). New T«tk, ». Major League STANDINGS AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. G.B. Cleveland . . Philadelphia New York ., Boston Detroit, Washington , St. Louis .. , 44 47 43 37 37 33 27 23 27 30 31 34 37 41 44 47 .620 .610 .581 .521 .500 .446 .380 .329 2J 7 8i 124 17 Friday Results Philadelphia 8, Boston 7. New York 9, Washington 0. St. Louis 5, Cleveland 3. Detroit 4, Chicago 2. NATIONAL LEAGUE W L t ct. G.B Boston 44 31 .587 .. . Pittsburgh St. Louis . New York 39 39 35 33 34 36 36 40 40 43 .542 .534 .493 .486 .474 .467 .419 Brooklyn 34 Philadelphia .. 36 Cincinnati .... 35 Chicago 31 Thursday Results Chicago 2, Pittsburgh L Brooklyn 10, New York 3. Boston 13, Philadelphia 2. St. Louis 6, Cincinnati 4. 3i 4 7 74 vill play 4 eastern opponents. On a road trip, Iowa State will play Canisius of Buffalo, N. Y., St. Conn's of New York and Syracuse. And in the first round of the 3ig Seven conference basketball :ournament at Kansas City, Coach hick Sutherland will send his .earn into action against Harvard, he guest team in the 8-team meet. * Iowa Slate Teachers college is installing: lights for night football. But the Panthers aren't going all out for after dark gridiron games. . . . The Drake same cr. Oct. 2 and the Western Michigan game on Oct. 16 will .be under the lights. . . . But the South Dakota State game on Oct. 9 and the North Dakota State tilt on Nov. 13 will be daytime affairs. . . . All home games are on Saturdays. * !n Cedar Rapids Meet Ed Clause and Ed Melton of Mason City are among the 70 amateurs who will go after the Cedar Rapids Open title Sunday. Forty pros have already entered but more may be in the field as professionals may enter up to tee time. . . . Neil Plopper of Mason City and Jack Palmeter of Clear Lake are in the pro field for the nation's richest one-day tournament. * And now, it's a week's vacation for this scribe. ... To which most people have the clever (?) reply, "From what?' Flay Tie Baseball Game St. Ansgar—In a 5 inning baseball game called because of darkness, Northwbod and St. Ansgar played to a 5-5 tie. Support the Home Baseball Team with Your Attendance WHEN YOU CAN'T GO Listen to BUD SUTER KGLO-FM Dial 101.1 me. Channel 266 • Game Time 8:30 p.m. SAVE THIS SCHEDULE OF HOME GAMES MASON CITY LEGIONNAIRES July 10—Davenport July July 14—House of David July July 17—Dubuque Aug. July 22—Estherville* Aug. July 24—Rockwell Aug. July 27—Bancroft" Aug. 29—Austin 31 —Spencer 3—Nevada 10—Albert Lea 11—Storm Lake 19—Bl'm'g Prairie Winnebago League Games

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