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The Boxscore Mason City Defeats Storm Lake 9-2 Hill Pitches 5-Hitter for 4th Victory By JIM VANHEEL Sports Editor The Mason City 'Legionnaires probably wish that the Storm Lake White Caps still were in the Iowa State League. Wednesday night al Roosevelt Field, before one of the smaller crowds of the season, the Legionnaires drubbed (he While Caps, 9-2. . Johnny Hill hadn't won a game for Mason City since July 5 and had been charged with six straight sel- backs. Bui Wednesday night he was real sharp anc set Ihe White Caps down on just five hits \Hill had a no- hitter going into the fifth frame and one batter was down in the fifth before Bob Pctrillo got the first blow foi H I L L Storm Lake, a ·single"to centerfield. He fanne nine Storm Lake batters in the game for his ftmrth win of the season. The only runs off Mill came in the sixth inning. Von Dyer drew walk and Bill Hopping slashed a triple to rightfield to Score D.ycr Glenn .Sullivan then singled to bring Hopping across the plate anc that was the end of. the White Cap scoring. 9 Players Score .Mason City did a liltle bit o share the wealth in the game m eight different players hit safely in an 11-hit attack and the. nine runs were scored by nine different play ers. · · Fran Bowers opened on the mound for the losers and was ousl ed in the fourth, frame. Mason Cit had scored twice in the seconc When Tom Stenger and Albic Pear son drew walks and Bud Berge: Iowa State Standings MASON CITY-- » rsoii, cf ttr. it · ........ OlIlHOIl, 2* Milter, lli M i l l e r , -II) )lr»lr. rl w. r,. Carroll ............... . r? Ill Spencer ............... ;» U{ Mason Citr ............ 'It 23 Ksthervllle ........... 10 SH Pot. O.B .130 .(!;!! U', I I 161 ,;14:; .'J78 W E D N E S D A Y RESULT Spencer 4, Esthervllle 2. THURSDAY S C H K D U L K S p e n c e r al E s t h e r r l l l e . Mason City al Carroll. F R I D A Y S C H K D U L E Mason Glty at E s t h e r v l l l r . : SATURDAY ' S C H E D U L E Carroll at Mason C l t r . Spencer at E s t h e r v i l l e . tripled home both runners. In th fourth inning, 10 Mason City ba'l tors came to the plate and six hit were good for four runs and a G- lead as Sullivan, a southpaw, cam to the hill to replace Bowers.' Sullivan looked good in finishin off the game except for the seventl frame when three hits and a wal produced three more runs to ic the contest. The Legionnaires were a lilll shaky afield as they made five hob bles but they came in the first fou frames when Hill was pitching hit less ball and the Caps finished th game with nine baserunners stranc ed. Morgan Chased Manager Dick Morgan, who ha John E \vaniak catch while h coached on third, got the heave-h from the game in the third innin by Base Umpire Elmer Starr fo protesting a close play at first base While Mason City was playing it final exhibition game, the Spence club kept its hopes alive in the low State League pennant race by dc foaling Eslherville 4-2. Carl Ahren pitched (J-hit ball for the Cardinal while Eldic Winkel and Bill Mossc pilched for the Red Sox and wcr reached for eight blows. The wi left Spencer only 3'A games out o first p!«ce while Estherville fe another half game behind Maso City in the race for third in th final standings. roiiM eirlllo, *rnei, l.AKK--·: ouper, If . . . . ytr. lli . . . . ulllvan. rf p useiibus. cf , ole, rf .:..'... AH A 4 4 X Both Loop Leaders Divide; Runnerup Clubs Don't Gain TOTALS .......... 38 All 3 » c . . . . tenser. *s Valdron, :lh (111. V TOTALS : Scare by huili TOHM b A K K 1ASON CITV krrar's: C. M i l l e r · « H U - I'O .IHW'IKK 1MIU -- 'S tlUJ JUO :illx-- II Collotou .'.". luopen runs batted in: Herder :l, W a t d r o n , 1111, 1'earsim, Hopping, Sullivan, .Ilollfale, Cwanlak *) three-base lilts: llerjer, Ilop- Inti stolen bases: names, Hopping; Uou- le p l a y : Waldron to Colloton lo . M i l l e r ; cl\. on buses: Storm Lake It, Mason City I bases ou balls: Hill -'. Bowers :!, Sulli- a» -i; strlke-ouU: Hill 9. Mowers. Sullivan ; ' t i l l s all: lloiverj 7 tor .C runs In '.tth In- inrs. Sullivan -I for .'I ruiis In Mi Innlnfs i wild pilch: lilll: losluit pitcher: llowersj mptres: Her! and S t a r r : time: 1:00. Solid Booking for Mason City Until End of Season The Mason City Legionnaires lave solid booking from now until he end of the season '.with all James in Iowa State League com petition. The leadoff of a 2-gamc road trip comes Thursday night with the Legionnaires at Carroll and John AVil- ingham staled'lo pilch for Mason City. The Sunday night g a m e al Ssthervillc, which was postponed because of rain, has been re scheduled for Friday night with John Kuril to lake the mound for Ihe Legionnaires. Then Mason City returns home tor a Saturday night game.against Carroll, the last regular game of .he season for Ihc Merchants al Roosevelt Field. On Sunday, the jCgjonnaires are at Spencer and next Monday and Tuesday nighls Eslherville is at Mason-City. The regular season closes next Wednesday at Spencer. By RALPH RODEN AP Sports Writer Joe Black is one rookie who is ving up to his spring press clip- ings. It's doubtful if the Dodgers would e leading the National League by ine games if it weren't for Black. Used entirely in relief roles, the Dodger recruit has appeared in 37 games, . w i n - ning nine, losing two and saving several others. Black look part in both ends of Tuesday's day- n i g h t doubleheader against t h e runnerup BLACK N e w Y o r k iants. He gained credit for the 4 day game triumph ami was apped for Iwo unearned runs in he 8-4 night game defeat. Two Other Splits Chicago and Cincinnati, and 'hilaclclphia and Boston also split oublehcaders. The Cubs dropped he opener to the .Heels, 11-3, but von the second game, 7-0. Phila- .elphia.^whipped the Braves, 3-0, iut bowed, 9-3, in -the second. St. Louis and Pittsburgh were idle. The New York Yankees retained lieir 2'A-game lead over Cleveland i Ihe American League chase, di- iding a bargain bill with Wash- nglori while Cleveland halved a air with the St. Louis Browns. Washington drubbed the Yanks, 2-l, in Ihe opener but losl Ihe econcl game, 10-9 in 13 innings. The Browns tripped Bobby Feller nd the Indians, 5-2, but Clcvefand von the second game, 9-1. In other ames, the Boslon Red Sox turned sack Philadelphia, 4-0, and Ihc Chicago White Sox crushed Detroit, -1. Black took over in the eighth in- Fo/se Sets 3 Marks at Den/son; Races Here Next DEN f ISON--Pete Folse of Tarn pa, Fla., set three new track rec ords and won the 10-lap feature here Wednesday in big car auto racing. Folse will compete at the North Iowa Fair on Saturday after noon in Mason City against Deb Snyder, Bert Hellmueller, Leon De Rock and more than a dozen other stars in the dirt track champion ship auto races on Saturday. Maxim's Manager Called for Hearing on British Agreement NEW YORK UP -- The Nev York Boxing Commission h a s ordered Manager Jack Kearns to appear for hearing next Thursday to determine whether his apparen violation of an English fight cori tract constitutes "an act detrimen tal to boxing." Chairman Robert K. Christen berry of the commission said tin action was taken at the request: of f h c British Boxing Board o Control and promoter Jack Solo mons of London. Solomons claims Kearns agrecc in writing that light heavyweigh champion Joey Maxim of Clevc land would defend his title agains Randy Turpin of England at Lon don in September. Kearns is negotiating a dcfens against .fake LaMotta for Detroit WO I- TV to Carry All-Star Grid Tilt AMES M 1 )--Station WOI-TV will carry the College AlhSlars Los Angeles Rams football game at Chicago Friday beginning at 7:30 p.m. CST). "SUMMER SPECIAL" Drive in for a free Estimate. SELLON MOTOR CO. 404 North Federal Phone 856 Minor League Scores V A C I F I C COAST L E A G U E I ' l i r l l a n d I, S r a l t l n :;. . S a c r a m e n t o :l. San D i r f o '*. · O.tlclam! -1. 1.05 A n p e l c f f :{. San Francisco ft. H n l l f i v n n i l I. I N T K H N A T r O N A i . l . K A f . U F . Syracuse ^. B a l t l m n r c 'i, Hurralo K, Rncliesler ".. Toronto II, .Sprlngrirld .1. Ottawa i. Montrpal 1. AMEMCMi ASSOCIATfO.V M i l w a u k e e 2-X, C l i n r l r s t o n I-".. K a n s a s C i t y 7. C n l u r n b u i 'J. K n d l n l l a p o l l s ft, Minneapolis 5. L o u i s v i l l e 10. .SI. P a u l !l. WEST P, HX i.F,\r.rr: D e n v e r 17. Slnui Cltj- II. Omaha 1C. Colorado Spring] .1. Wlrhlta :t. Lincoln o. I'nchln 10. Oes M.ihies R. TIIKKK-1 l.KAKUK H i i t l l i i c t o n - l - l . Kcoknk ll-:l. T l v a n j v l l l r l, W a t e r l o o n. Oulncjr X. q u a i l Cltiex -I. Terre I l . i u t r is. Cedar Kaplds ','. A M E R I C A N N 6 W Y u r V C l e v e l a n d Hosloil W a s h i n g t o n l.KAfiUK W. L. I'd. fifi 17 .SKI «:i IH ,,Vi:l ' M 1» .SI',' Cnle agu I'hlUilHphla SI. Louis Detroit ,'i.V til .*» .Ml .l.'C, lii ft IH i;t I ;.'.i. Nun- York 1-10 Iluilou I, rhtUUelnhU (I. SI. I.ouls '-!. C k v e l a n d ^.i C h l c » e ',. uctrult I. ling of the see-saw opener at Eb- jets Field with the score tied al 4-4. He halted a Giant rally in the eighlh and got out of another jam n the ninth when he induced Hank Thompson to hit into a force play vith Ihe bases loaded and two out. ?ce.Wec Reese singled home Gil [lodges in Ihc botlom of the eighth with the deciding run. Bubba Church cruised to viclory n the opener at Chicago as Ihe Reds socked Johnny Klippstcin nnc Dick Manville for 14 hits. Bob Kelly blanked Ihc Reds on six hits in the second game. Gets Fifth Shutout Veteran Karl Drews turned in his fifth shutout in beating the Braves in the first of two at Philadelphia S a m Jethrpe slammed t w o :iomcrs and Ed Mathews one lo lead the Braves lo victory in Ihe second game. In the first game at Ihe Yankee Stadium,- Washington's B o b Porterficld got 17-hit support D R E W S Lhal included a grand-slam homei by former Yank Jackie Jensen The loss snapped Vic Raschi's 11 game wfhning streak. Billy Martin squeezed home Yog Berra to climax a three-run rally in the 13th inning of the seconc game. Mickey:Vernon put the Sena tors out in front, 9-7, . w i t h - a ' two run homer off Tom Gorman in the lop of Ihe 13th. Homer Highlights Home runs also highlighled Ihe doublehcader at Cleveland. Bobb Young decided the opener in favor of St. Louis with a three-run homer in Ihe sixth off Bob Fciler. The Indians' firsl inning rally for four runs in the second game fea lured Al Rosen's three-run homer his 20th. Lefty Mel Parnell and Clyde VolJmer teamed up to lead the Rec Sox to victory over the A's. Parncl yielded only Ihree nils while Voll mer drove in Ihree runs on a homer and two singles. Old Joe Dobson turned back the Tigers on four hits lo post his nth conquest for Chicago. * Probable Pitchers Sports Calendar THURSDAY -- (baseball) Legion naires at Carroll. FRIDAY--(baseball) Legionnaires at Spencer. SATURDAY--(racing) Big car auto races at North Iowa Fair, time 2 (baseball) Carroll at Legion naires, time 8. UNDAY--(racing) 100-mile stock car race at North Iowa Fair time 2. (baseball) Legionnaires at Spencer. Mason City VITW a Joice. MONDAY--(baseball) Eslhcrvilli at Legionnaires, time 8. TUESDAY-(baseball) Esthervilli at Legionnaires, time 8. (tennis Enlries close for YMCA lourney .VEDNESDAY--(baseball) Legion naires at Spencer. Neil' Vork at Ilnhfon Wushlnirlon at rllllailelnliU St. l.nul^ »t C l O Y o l a m l Only K%nie^ Nrlieiliilril. NATIONAL roiiklyn cw York t. Louis hlhulrlphU liicu KO . tuclnnall 1.1: AC UK W. I.. Pel, Ci.ll T; ;n .r.7d .. n:i 1:1 lit IH mi r5 17 Id IK tl.t :r: Si .Mil .sit ,.v;j ii u in !)«' .'.·si u Wi:iNESlAV'S R K S U I . T H llronklyn .1-1, New York -I-S. Cincinnati 11-0, CKIuaRO :-7. 1'hlhnlcliihll 3-3. Hostnn 0-U. Only K H U I C S scheiUilcd. I'iillailclphb at ilrooklyn i i l ( l i l . Itostini n t N e w Vork CJ, t w l - n l R l t ) . I ' l l t s b i i r s h nl St. I.ouls Only game* scheduled. Tug Wilson May Head United States Olympic Association NEW YORK -- Kenneth L Tug Wilson, commissioner of th Big Ten, is slalcd lo succeed Aver Brunclage as president of the U.S Olympic Association K Brundag decides he can't handle his tw big jobs at once. Brundage, millionaire Chicag building conlraclor who has bee Ihe dominant figure in America amateur athletics for a quarter o a century, officially look ovc Thursday as president of the Ir tcrnational Olympic Committee. At the recent games at Ilclsink where he was elected, Bundag announced he planned to slop ou when the U.S. Olympic Associatio meets next fall. The presidency is a non-payin position and, if he gets it, WiJso; would have to keep his prcsen job as commissioner of Ihe Wcsi crn Conference. Last year the Big Ten rencwc Wilson's contract for five mor years. He is around $25,000 reported a year. rcccivin 3 Former Champs Pius Boros Start Kansas City Open KANSAS CITY, Mo. UP--Favoi itcs were as numerous as M i l b u r n treacherous sandtraps Thursday a field of l. r 0 slarted Ihc 72-hol scramble for cash and glory in fourth a n n u a l $25,000 Kansas Cit Golf Open. Three former chain pious joined U. S. Open lillcholde Julius Boros of Mid Pines, N. Y lo comprise the "big four." Th former victors here included Jin Fcrricr, Lloyd Mangrum and Car Middlccoff. owa's Grid Cord ft won't-. Iv long before football alk crowds out baseball. . . . omehow, I can't get away from 10 big poster in Iho office put out y Iowa and listing the home and way games, . , . The home card the .-finest i n - h i s t o r y with Wis- ansin, Ohio Sluto, Illinois and s'olreDame lo play nl Iowa City tils fall. . . . The road card calls or games at Pill, I n d i a n a , Purdue, ilinnesola and Northwestern. .Nobody expects the Hawks to ave much of a team--at least not trong enough fo finish above wa- er with a schedule that strong. . .eve) thinkers and loyal alumni vould be satisfied if Evashevskl's rew posts two or three victories. . . There is n possibility that the ·lawks could lose them all. Hut the big twist is this. . . . Even f Iowa is stronger t h a n now antici- mlcd, the j-?'awks would bo iiiulor- logs in all of their homo games even considering the ".'fact that owa generally plays goad at home . . The chances for victory seem o rest in the games away from ionic. * ··- Sood Junior Prospects Mason City Junior Legion base all prospects for next season are bright as the bulk of the squac vill be back. . . . Coach Elmci ilarr will have 12 boys rcturnini, vho saw a fair amount of compel! ion or were regulars. . . . The onlj players missing from this year squad when the ;tcam is asscm- lcd next June will be Tom Vlcian 3alo Foster, Ken Bennett and Jack B a r l o w . . . . Many of this sea on's squad will have two more seasons to go. *··. · ·-· - , - . . Bobby Shantz isn't just the bes pitcher for the Philadelphia Ath etics but "best" in a number o other thing*. . . . He't also their jest bunter, best base runner, bes basketball player and best swim mer. .. The little southpaw ac can do more than just fire the bal over the plate. Remember all the fuss over th baseball trade in which Irv More went lo Ihc Yankees from the Sena tors? . . . With an outfield of. Wood ling, Mantle and Bauer seeing th most service, Norcn; an estab lished star, has been little mor than a fill-in for the Yanks. . But Washington is getting fin pitching from Spec Shea and ex ccllent hitting from Jackie Jcnsci two players which the Bomber sent to the Nats. Almost a Yankee It didn't happen but Murry Dicl sou of the Pirates almost untied u on Ihc Yankee roster recently.. . Dickson won 20 games last scaso for the pitiful Bucs but his recor is far short this season from hi '51 performance. . . The Bucs go waivers on Dickson and were se to deal with the Yanks but th died thai the Yanks got Into sen on help in three other seasons by ickiiig off cx-NnUoniil League layers, . . . I n 1910 it was Johnny n?.c from the Giants, in 1050 It as Johnny Hopp from the Pirates nd last season Johnny Suin came rom Ihc Braves lo help gain a pun- ant. When Clark Griffith speaks about aseball he knows what he's talk n g about. . . , The Washington wner once was a great pitching tar In the game. . . . When he ecame boss at Washington, the Old Fox didn't become an arm rice was $50,000 plus a young tiricr, . . ·. Instead of Dickson, the anks picket! off Johnny Schmilz om Brooklyn. H will be re- h a i r director--he earns in action. . . watched the From 1?12 to 950 Griff never missed a Wash igton home game In the stands nd his total was up to 2,157 games jefore a severe cold kept him way. Bob Aiulcrlik, the f i e r y . Spencer mnagcr, is only .SM years old. fo holds a muster's dcgreo fron ho University of Illinois and wil eni'h and coach at Valley High h Vest DCS Molncs this coming chool y c n r . : avotable Schedule A main reason why Iho Amcricat ,enghc pennant race is considers vide open is the favorable Clevo and schedule which could moan a nlc. drive to Iho top for the Indian . T h e latter, part of the care calls for the bulk of the games ii ;icvcland . . : And in September he f i n a l push, 14 of. the 22 games City Glolit-CUielle. M»COII Clly, U. Aug. 14, 195J IS Rams Will Be Touchdown Favorite Against All-Stars By ED SA1NSBURY CHICAGO UP _ Tradition made he once-potent Los Angeles Rams Die-touchdown favorites over the 052 College All-Slars Thursday, ml there were reasons to antici- lalc the' seventh triumph for the collegians in the 19-gnmo annual eries. The two squads tangle in the an. iunl August renewal of Uio bailie, n which the pro chainpions have .von 10 and the collegians six with Iwo lies, in Soldier 'Field Friday light, An umlionce of more- than 90,000 was expected in the stadium 'with ·\nothor crowd numbered In the millions expected lo scan the spec ,nclo via tplevision. The Rams were' firsl lo appear n Chicago for final woi'kouls. A .ighl drill was scheduled Thursday night under the lights, and Hotu Coach Joe Stydahnr, who ha*, lilnycd in the contest earlier a bolh a college Incklc and n Chi cago Bear pro, said his team was ready lo go, , , Three R a m s Injured But observers from Iho .. Kam or Cleveland are against, irowns, Tigers-and Alhlctics. the The Pittsburgh Pirates have the cellar position In the National League well wrapped up for this eason . . . Hollywood In ' h e . Pacific Coast League is the pennant : avorite and on .the Hollywood ros- er are seven players who formerly played with the Pirates. * A little news story out of Detroit reveals thai Chuck Kocsis, one of the'.'nation's loading amateur golfers, has 'a'solution for sour putting . lie claims putting is all in the head and'just lakes another putter . Kocsis lias quite a selection of putters lo choose from--37 lo bo exact. * Rajah's Double fay Rogers Hornsby, now that he is m a n a g e r of Uie C i n c i n n a t i : Reds, is drawing Iwo pay checks ·. ... And this situation will continue through next season . . . '"'lie R a j a h will draw full pay through J9!'! from the SI. Louis Drowns, who fired h i m , and also., half pay on his 3- year contract for the year 1054'. -. . lie's on the Cincy payroll through Ihe 1053 season. t r a i n i n g camp reported that n least three of the pro mainstays Kullbnck Paul Yoimger'am! Guard Stan Wast and Bill Lango, have no yet scrimmaged duo to injuries ant Ihul End Tom ^cars, a tlnngcrou puss catching threat on offense has not ranched his form oC 1.051. o 1950. In the latter year he led Hi National League in receptions. On Ihc other hand, the Hams re porlcdly were in lop. spirils for Hi conlcst, aiming to avengo .the lick ing suffered in Iho only prcviou Los Angeles appearance in 1940. The All-Stars remained In the! Dclaficld, Wis., training com Thursday for their final drills They will arrive by bus Frida norning and nwnlt Ihe malch. , The All-Stars, at peak moral since their training program, hav etalned their pitch and conchc siml they anticipated ho Ictdovv 'or the contest. Highest Spirits "They couldn't bo any higher, one mentor said. ,"Wc -haven't an doubts about their spirit and thei desire to win." The All-SUrs will play stricl ph toon football, barring Injuries, an it, was unlikely any player woul face double duly.,Only one- playc was injured during training, Guai Jim MacKcnzic of. Kentucky, tin he will hot .dress, for Ihc contest. "Every plnycr on our roster w I'hllailrlplila (njril I'l-'.t »nl Neivsum at Moslem UlrniloM-ski .VI anil Nliun ::-:fl Chlragii (Pierce 1^-7) at Detroit fllnrn Washlnglnn (Marrrro fl-r.) al Nrw Vork fSehmllz ll-0». Only games .schrilulrcl. NATKI.VAI/ I.EAOUK Nen- Vork f.M»irlle IJ-.-,) at Jironklyn .(I.andnini 1-ti or ftutltfrroril !-·;. Itoslon I S u r k o n t 7-HI) at I ' l i i l j . l r l p h l a i ( R l i l 7 l k 1 - l . It Cincinnati (Itaffcinlprr K rr iMOj at flll- jfn dicker In.IP. I ' l t l s h i i r p h ( I ) l r k , o i l n - i n ) a t S I . I.nilh 1'rr.slto 7-7), l l l f f h l . 3 TONS OF SUPPLIES MAILED TO SCHOOLS BOONB f/n--Nearly throe tons of supplies have been mailed to member schools by the office of the Iowa High School Athletic Association. Included in the m a i l i n g were some 5,798 pounds of record books, entry blanks, score sheets and calendars. Norc/Jco, Flanagan Promised Big Bouts Following Victories CLEVELAND '"UP-- Matchmaker Larry Atkins Thursday promised for fall delivery a light-hen vy- wcight contenders bout between Danny Nardico and Irish Bob M u r - phy, and welterweight contenders Chuck Davcy and Del Flanagan. The matches, both at Ihe a r e n a , arc lo be Ihe reward for Nardico ant" Flanagan for their technical knockout victories here Wednesday night. Nardico hailed Lain Sabol- in in five rounds and F l a n a g a n stopped Danny Stcpanovitch in six. Nardico, Tampa, Fla., who recently gave Harry M a t t h e w s a lough fight before losing, was well behind Sabotin when he conquered with one punch-- a booming right hand that re-opcncd a two-inch gash over Sabolin'.s left eye. 3 More Teams Post Meet Softball Wins UOONE (y?)-- Sioux City n i n e R u n i n y , Cedar Rapids Cherry-Ilurrell and Perry Moose won first round games in the Iowa men's stnle Standings in Minors A M H K I U A N ASSOCIATION XV. St. 1'iUll (,'lly W H S T K I I N rH nt ·to w. Colurmlo SprlllfCf 7.' D r n v r r , . . . . . . , . , . . 70 117 Sioux Clly in 'IIPMo . , ts;t W. 1'rrrti lUutr ICI llurllnxtoii .. 5!l ..'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'... -It Krnkuh lj\vcnpiirt (litlnrj n; in rt 1.. .'.I Ml · III ( I I 7K 711 II lit IK .W S7 Ml J'l-l. .IKH .11 IK .1WI .not .nm .I7'J I'cl. ..', Ml ..WJ ,r,nn .IV.'i . ino .:t7T .mo .117 .IM .m .m The Washington Redskins of the NFL have played in 38 d i f f e r e n t cities since they came lo the na- lion's capital in 1937. al Into the game in the first half," odd said. "I've told them all'that, nd I mean that everyone will get * n Presumably Do'dd meant to field is best lineup, on the' basis 'Of amc performance", for a final half ssault leading to-victory. Even Par Round Leads in Junior Golf Tournament EUGENE, Ore', Ut--Roger,'Boyd, 7-year-old, from Tacoma, Wash., eld a narrow lead .Thursday'as lie nation's youngsters headed for ho halfway mark of, Ihc annual aycec Junior golf tournament.' Boyd equalled .par 37-35--72 'at lie Eugene Country Club Wednes- ay. There were, 18 other players lose on his keels, Ihouglv One stroke back were Don' Bis- linghoff, Orlando, Fla,; Buddy Maiulcrson, Tuscaloosa, 'Ala., and "cotty Frnser, Panama City, Fla, Six more were.at 74--John'En- ·Ight, Sioux Falls, S.D.; Kinsey Dickel J r . , Patcrson',, N.J.; Jim Aicius, Northficld, Minn.; .Bill Ilggins, Georgetown, S.C.; Herb Klontz jr., Otlumwa, la.; and'Reg- ie Saugcr, Cehtcrline, Mich. , John Marschall, Hampton,-la., and Bill Fcchan, Albia, la., each lad a 78. j ' , The lournament is ' a 72-hol«' medal play lost. Predict Vic Wertz for Garyer Trade DETROIT (M--Ned Carver, .'who won 20 games for the* eighth-place St. Louis Browns last year, 1 'may lie shipped to the Detroit .Tigers in exchange for Tiger home "run hitter Vic Wertx. · · ' \" Sources close lo the Tiger^ front office 'predict'pitcher Carver','-outfielder Wertz and oth'ers -"\viH- be involved. They "predict it will, be announced'.Thursday' night. ' Carver, troubled by a soro arm, has won only seven and -lost 10 this year. ' . ' , . ' Wcrlz,' who hit 27 homers ; last year, has ,beert sidelined, .b'y i a pulled muscle for three weeks." He hit 17 homers in 86 games this year. ' .Softball tournament here Wednesday night. Perry, sparked by two! home runs, defeated L y n n v i l l e *!-2; Cedar Rapids needed 30 i n n i n g s to edge M y s t i c (5-5; Sioux City blanked Crcslon 10-0 in six i n n i n g s as the .10-run rule went into effect. FDRD SERVICE see PRITCHARD MOTOR CO. Friendly Ford D«»ler Your 202 1st S.E. Prior. 922 Bud's Used Cars Wins First Tourney Game of Hollandale UOLLANDALK, Minn. ,- Buti's Used Cars of Mason City won its first round gnmc in the softbal! tournament being played here by blanking Lefty's Bar of Austin C-0. LcRoy Alitz pitched 2-hit ball for the winners and fanned 12 batters while Bud's collected nine hits in jthe game. Thirteen teams were entered in the lourney. Drawings will be made for the second round. Bud's will play in the tourney a g a i n on Friday e v e n i n g , Just Received a Large Shipment of ALLEN EDMOND'S SHOES FOR MEN All the New Fall Styles Included in This Lot. Size Range {rom 5 to 15 in Marrov/ and Wide. Widths. Remember--When You Buy Shoos Here You Save Up to 50% on Nationally Branded Shoes For (he Entire Family ODD LOT SHOE CO. 121 South Federal FINAL Close Out We need room for new fall_ mcr- chandi'se and arc offering a fine selection of . . . Lightweight Tropical Worsted Summer SUITS One Group Values to 42.50 price One Group of All Wool Year-Round SUITS Values Jo 1 / $55.00 /2 Price ED. FINNEGAN Custom Tailored and Keady-Made Clothes 21-A l i t St. S. K. A c r o x H from D a v l i l i i o i t s AdTKRATIONS - UEPAfKR 17 Vrari C'lotlitnr K x p e r l e n e t ----- · EPEKTOfKR! If You Can't Come In -- Mail Your Order Gel one whilo Ihoy latll A 4-inch, pure ny. 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