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Mason City Loses 4-3 Game at Spencer, Meet Estherville Tearn Here Iowa State Standings w. i.. i'ct. a.ii. .;uo . ' ' _ - ,, Carroll Spencer , auson city ........... I I -;i ,aiw is " Es'ServIlle ,, .......... n -;s .-jKji ' I0'.- S A T U R D A Y UESU1.TS Ma*on Cily B, "; i-.;.r 8. Ustheri'ille fi. Spencer 1. S U N 1 1 A V RESULTS C a r r u l l J ] , Etllervilltf IP. Spencer 4. Mason CHy X, M O N D A Y SCIIEDUI.U Kslliervllle at Mason Cily. Silencer al Carroll. T U E S D A Y SC'llEnULli K i t h f r v l l l e al Masuil C l t x . Carroll at Spencrr. \V t: I) N USD A V SCII III) I) 1. K M:i!»on Cily ai Spencer. SPENCiiR -- The Spencer Cardinals kept their hopes for the Iowa State League pennant barely alive here Sunday night by getting a run in the last of the ninth inning to defeat Mason City 4-3. 11 marked the 10th victory for .Spencer over the Legionnaires in 13 games this season. Carroll's Waldron was hit with a pitch, Dick Jolloton singled, Dick Morgan sac- ·ificed; and. Miller was given an in- enlional walk lo load Ihe bases, lohn Ewaniak hit into a force play .0 score Waldron from third. Jim Gibbons and .Iqhn Hill pitched the distance for their clubs ,vith Gibbons recording his seventh oop win for Spencer as against 'our setbacks. The boxscore: MASON CITV--:i VValilron, .Hi Merchants nailed down at least a share of the crown Sunday nighl by blanking Estherville U-0 as Bob Getting allowed 10 hits but racked up a shutout. Spencer would have to win all of its remaining games now lo tie Carroll for the lead. The C a r d s have two games to play with Carroll, on Monday and Tuesday nights, and close with Mason City on Wednesday. The Legionnaires outhit Spencei 11-7 here Sunday but couldn't score a win against their jinx opponent. With no batters retired in the ninth, Bill Hayes tripled and Stan Malec drew a walk. Gene Eckerl then singled home Hayes with the winning run. Mason City opened the scoring with a run in the second f r a m e as Carl Miller homered. The first sacker, who had three hits for the evening, drove home another run in the third frame for a 2-0 lead. Spencer got a run in (he fourth and two more in the fifth for a 3-2 margin. JMlolon. ss Morgan, c C. Sillier, Il ICu'.tnhiU. K D o l l g a l r . rl I'ear.snn. cr Herder, -Jl, H I M , p TOTALS SI' U N O lilt-- I Green, cl H. XlcnRcr. *s Wise. :lb. us D u k e , rf A t K t c r l l k , ;ili Alt ·J 1 i'O n A l l i H a y e s . M a l B Horn I'O A C. K c k e r l . Sawln, -b tin (100 uni--:i noil I'J n not--i ii TOTALS . .... . Score by Imll MASON C'lTV Sl'MSCIJlt K r r o r s : (ilbhcms: funs hntlcil In: C. Miller '1, iCwunlak, (Ireen :'., A n i l c r l l k . i^ckerl; Iwo-buse hits: Berber. W i s e ; lliree-hase l i l l : Hay eJ * l home run: M i l l e r ; s a c r i f i c e s : Morgan, l l a y u v : Wise. Uiiyes In Musi'll Cily U , ' S p e n c e r ",: ilouble plays: SteMRer to A i u l e r l i k ; lefl on b u s e s : on h a l l s : i l i l l 1. Cilhbons: strike-outs: H i l l l, Gibbons The game Legionnaires in Ihe 'eighlh knotted f r a m e . the Don I : UU pires: ly pilchcr: W R l c l r i m , Slender; um- Tlirbes anil NYlUkopl. Sports Calendar MONDAY--(baseball) Estherviilc at Legionnaires, time 8. TUESDAY--(baseball) Estherviilc at Legionnaires, time 8. (tennis) Entries close for YM.CA tourney. WEDNESDAY--'baseball) Legionnaires al Spencer. Meet Sox in Battle for 3rd Place The Mason Cily Legionnaires have a chance to n a i l d o w n third place in the final Iowa State League standings Monday night at Roosevelt Field when they play the eel- ar .Estherville Red Sox. Mason Cily has a 3li game load over Estherville with four games remaining on the schedule. A win Monday would clinch third. The Sox arc scheduled here again on Tuesday night. One game has b e e n postponed between the Lc- jionnaires and Ihe lied Sox. at Estherville. If Estherville wins Monday's game, a doubleheacler will be. played Tuesday at KooscveK 'ielci as Estherviilc slill would have a chance to tie Mason City. If Mason City wins Monday, the makeup ;amc will be canceled as it would lave no effect on the final stand .ngs. John Willingham, who has beer pitching impressively for the Le gionnaires and has a 3-2 record will get the Monday night pilch ing assignment against the Rcc Sox. Bob Miller probably will pile! on Tuesday. Monday's game at Roosevcl Field will be spiced by field nigh competition. There will be a bast r u n n i n g contesl, 1 a homer hitting contest, an a c c u r a c y throw to sec one! base and a wheelbarrow race Babe Ruth hit 50 or more home runs in four seasons--1020, '21, '27 and '28. That is a record that stands today. Legionnaires Hand Merchants Fourth Straight Setback as Kurtt Tosses Neat 4-Hitter By JIM VANHEKL Sports Editor The Mason City Legionnaires sent the loop-leading Carroll Merchants d o w n lo their fourth straight Iowa State League setback Saturday night at Roosevelt Field 5-3, as'John Kurtt posted his 'seventh victory of. the season with a neat 4-hit performance, his first victory in^ quite n few moons. The win was the third straight posted by the Legionnaires and it finished regular season competition between the Merchants and Mason Cily with Carroll on the long end of a 0-5 count. But it was the second straight for Mason City over Carroll and booslcd hopes t h a t the Legionnaires still can have, a good season by being lough in the loop playoffs. Hits in Only 2 Innings Tn only two innings did C a r roll get to Kurtt for hits. One came in the second off Ihe bat of Jim Decker, who moved around Ihe base paths for a run after two errors and a fly ball turned the trick. The other two Carroll markers were in the sixth when three hits and an error produced the other two runs. , Mason City led all the way. The Legionnaires went to work in the first frame to get a pair of runs on a single by John Ewaniak after a single by Don Waldron, Dick Colloton's life on an error and Dick Morgan's infield single had loadcc the bases. Score 3 with 2 Down The other three runs for the win ncrs came in the fifth f r a m e . With two batters retired, Kuril sing- glcd to get things roiling. Waldron followed with a w a l k and Col- lolon doubled lo send K u r t t home. Morgan drew an intentional puss vhich brought up · C a r l Miller. He grounded to first base and Bill Ev- nns, who had three errors for the light, made two errors on the play and two more runs came home. Kurtt ance in 14 putouts made in :ity garden. Albie had the good game outfield assist- as there were the Mason Pearson had very active night in centerfield jy hauling down eight fly balls. Jim lliedcsel, Davenport left- liander, pitched all the way for the .oscrs and gave up eight hits. The boxscore: C A l l R O I . l . lohnaon, '^ tccinisian. If h t i c h a u . c. . . Icnnlckc. cf £ vans. Ih . . llnoncy. rf . . K i n . i l t l l , x .. D e c k e r , :;l. .. R l c d r s c l . p i l c l u r i n l i s . X M A S O N (,'ITV--: All W a l t l r o u , :tb :: Colliiliin, ·:!) M o r g a n , c :i C. M i l l i - r . I b : I r.mlak. IT I SlciiBrr. .ss I rgcr, rf 11 I'carson, i-f H Kuril, p ." AH It :t u i i :i i i ii : ii I u i I :i u i ii :!.'! :i A K i: PO A I I I t I II I I) I II II "I I'O II I I I I I :i Two entrants will rom each club. be pcrmillet it's Official/ Title Bout to Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA (If) -- A crow resting uneasy on his brow, ageles Jersey Joe Walcott will put hi world heavyweight cbampionshi on the line here Sept. 2:) agains undefeated Rocky .Marciano, swarming, club-fisted puncher froi Brockton, Mass. This marks only the second tim in more than n year that the 3£ year-old Cinderella man of boxin from Camclen, N. .!., has venture lo place at stake the title h wrested from Ezzard Charles wit a 7th-round knockout in Pittsburg last year. Marciano, undefeated in 41 bouts appears confident he'll succce where Charles failed last June. And indications are the New Enj, land clubber would go into the rin at Municipal Stadium an approx mate 2 to 1 favorite. Walcott will get 40 per cent of the gate in a bailie which will be televised only to theaters and blacked out even for cinema-viewers in Philadelphia and New England. M a r c i a n o gets 20 per cent. Jersey Joe has a 30-day clause assuring him of a return engage- Cilotui'-Gnzetlu \hoto by MUMRV ANOTHER TRIUMPH--Deb Snydev of Kent, 0., the nation's leading 1 dirt track driver, pauses i'or a coolinjj drink at the North Iowa Fairgrounds Saturday after winning the feature race over the G-mile distance in very fawi; time. Y o u t h f u l admirers edge around Snydev and his powerful Ol'i'enhauser, which has carried him to many trade records. Mason City's Leon DeRock placed second to Snyder in the feature race. Yankee Lead Over Indians at Ii Games By UNITED P R E S S AL Lopez charged up his Indians w i t h a "hustle or else" edict Monday for their final tour of the Eastern Badlands where (hey have cracked up in other years in the stretch drive for the pennant; He demonstrated how '.tough he could yet Sunday when ho ordered slugging star Larry Doby out of the first gamo with the While Sox for failing lo hustle. The Indians .swept both ";, (i-2 niul 2-1, to move within 'Hi games .of t h e . leading Yankees, Doby, Hie league's biggest run producer with S'A, sat on the bench nil the way after his misadventure in Iho fourth inning of the opener. Why Ho Was Benchad The incident occurred when Doby, apparently piqued because the scorer did not give him a hit on a ball that wns fumbled by Eddie Robinson, f a i l e d ' l o get from first to third on a single (o right by Luka Easter. Wally Westlakc, Dohy's" replnecment, did not net a ii'it, a l t h o u g h the Indians won both M*!ull City l l l u l i e - C i u i u t t c . .Mahim Oil). I n , Aug. 18 1952 Wally Dahl Wins 100-Mile Stock Race at Fairgrounds '.v: '« pcSofo ·ID Ford '.11 Oldi ' I D 1'lymoulh 'SO Plymouth 'til Mercury '111 HmUou ·I!) lluiUnn · 'W- Mercury '·111. I'ljmoulh MO Olds ' I K I'ori 'SI Oil)* '10 Kaiser \rfll » 1 tl\i V W k l l i l J U V M I l-Vl J IUV'11 highlight of 1110,1052 Nort Fair. Dahl, in winning, sot A M H K I C A N I . K A f l U l j Vorlt ''Ifvrlur.U » l'l!t. O . H . .WIO .. · h l l n i l e l p h l a t. l.ovih J e t r o l l S U N D A Y ' S H15.SUl.TS New York :t, Uoslfm 'i, Cleveland ft-'^. Chicago ~ - l . .5 in .Kl .SOU .Mil . r.'ii .Illtli ft 1 / H Illii .inili I-V, D e l r n l t 2-1. SI. TUHSIJAVS . mils nl \Vu.*ihIiiKtoii ( n i g h t ) . l ) t : l r « l l p.l I'hllndvlplil:! CJ lwl-n)i;hU. Chlcugo nl N u w York ( i l l g h h . ClevclaiKt at Itu.tton. N A T I O N A L 1/KiVCillK W. I.. I r o o k l y n 1:1 111 New York lilt IS St. l.nul* Ill M l l u d c l n h l n HI M I'd. O.U . l i l l . . .r.ra T ,3~tH !l I I IK .MS .1111! loslon I'' L'lnclmiall ·!!' .i:il X I S U N D A Y ' S HESUI/rS r h l l u t l c l p l l l u ·:. U r n i i k l y n I . llusloii 7-'i. N e w York :i-l (2nil g a l l Cilllci! ~,', ! t Innings. ( L i r k n r s M l . SI. I. mils 2, C l n c l n n a l l I. C h i c a g o '-'i, I'ltlsburgll Z-a. T U E S D A Y ' S S C l l K D U I . r i IMltlaUclnlilB at I'lllsljlireli ( l l l R h l ) . I S u s l u n nt SI. l.uuls ( n l R l i t l . N e w Yiirk al C h l c n R t t 1^). llrooklyn at C l n c l n n » l l IS, t w l - l i l g l i l ) . * Probable Pitchers r. 12, \raji-: l»-:il al lli* ( B r i N e w Y o r k ( H a s c h l Uuwski ii-l). Only c^i n r ^ e b c i l i i l c N A T I O N A L r i i l s b u r R h ( l ) l c k j ( i n l l - t l l ) a t C h i r a c ( I . o w n 1-8).' O n l y game scheduled. ment. if beaten the gale. and a 30-30 split of TOTA l.S .\- slrurk ;fo R c m n c y S nth. x v nieil out fur Illcilesrl III '.nil. Score by I n n i n g s : C A M i l l ) 1,1 MASO.V ;ITV Krrors: l£i OeckiT. S l R t i R e r , W a l i l r o n ; HIM on: dim--r, vmi «:wi iitix--.*, runs bulled In: lo K v a n n . l e f l *in li.iscs: '^. · Jnlnisun, Collotnn. Sheehan. c; l\ru-ha*i: h l l : ('ollolon: K n c r l f l r . c : ilolihln p l a y s : D e n k c r tir J n h n x n n tn Johnson lo Hvans. :': ('jirroll H. .Tfasdn City, .'I; bnsrs nn h a l l s : K u r i l ::. U l i M l r s H ·;: s l r l k c i n i t n : Kuril, l l l e d c s e l :t: u m p i r e s : McC m i r k anil l.nllier: llmr 2:011. First Round Ends in State Softball Tourney at Boone BOONE (/R-- First round survivors in the Fovva men's stale softball tournament 'rest Monday ilight before swinging into the second round. In concluding opening round games Sunday, Wallingford Merchants upset Sioux City Trio Body '1-2; Cedar Rapids Whiley's shutout Greene Merchants 2-0; Grundy Center beat 'Fort Dodge Spud and Middlecoff, Burke Go Into Playoff in Kansas City Open KANSAS CITY I/Pi--Gary Middle-! coff breezed into his second tournament playoff within a week Monday, meeting J a c k Burke Jr. of louston, Tex., for the Kansas City Open golf title. The Memphis, Tenn., pro and Burke lied at 27(J strokes, 12 u n d e r ar, at the end of the regulation 72 holes in the $15,000 tournament. The 18-hoJc medal play match for the $2,400 first prize was scheduled Monday afternoon over the 0,208- yard, par-72 M i l b u r n Country Club course. Just a week ago Monday Middlecoff lost, a p l a y o f f ' t o J u l i u s Boros, Mid Pines, N.C., in the $25,000 'World" golf t o u r n a m e n t at Chicago. Ed Porky Oliver, Lemont, III., who started the final round in the lead with 204 strokes, and Dave Douglas of Newark, Del., who was in second place one stroke behind, settled for a third and fourth place tie at 277, good for $1,200 each. Deb Snyder Posts New Track Mark Deb Sn.ydcr of Kent, 0., current ing nf the dirt track raceways, gave proof of his superiority Sat- rday afternoon at the North Iowa ·"air before nearly 3,500 specta- ors by posting the fastest time rial, copping the first elimination ical and t h e n capping his pcr- brmancc by winning Ihe U-niilc 'eaturc race. It marked the first time that the 'cature wns held here over the 12- np'distance so his lime of 5:18.38 joes in Ihe book as a new record. 3ut you could have picked any shorter distance, such as the conventional 10-lap race, and had a new mark the way Snyder blazed around t h e . track in his powerful Offcnhauser. He averaged 08 miles an hour as his average speed for each turn over the oval was a swift 20.3 seconds under tough racing conditions. Faster Pace That's the fastest average ever recorded here for a 1 o n g- event. Emory Collins' mark of 1:2'1 still stands for the 5-tniic distance hut in establishing lhat record Collins was averaging only 2G.G seconds per lap. The Saturday races also marked the peak performance at Ihe fairgrounds for Mason City's Leon De- Rock. He finished second in two events and they were Ihe two fasl- est of the day. The first was in the second elim- nalion heat in which Pete Folse of Tampa, Fla., poste'd a fast new 7-lap standard of 3:09.92, well un- games on fine pitching by Bobby Feller and Mike G a r c i a . · The comeback of the two right haiulers also was significant since neither had been of much use lately. Feller pitched six-hit bull to win his first game since Aug. 3, whilc G a r c i a , who had been batted out six straight, times, turned in a .steady eight-hitter for his 1511) win. H was his first victory since July 2-1. The Indiiuis, who open a series in Boston Tuesday, then move lo Now York to play the Yanks in » make or break scries on Friday, cashed in on opportune hilling in both games. Harry Simpson's three-run homer in the seventh was the key blow in the opener, while Garcia himself squccze-bunled in his win run. Y n n k s Nip Bosox Gene Woodling picked a fine lime lo get his lOOUi hit of Ihe year, singling h o m e the w i n n i n g run for the Yankees in the ninth in their conquest of Boston, also highlighted by the two-hit three-inning scoreless relief pitching of young Tom G o r m a n . In oilier American League games, the Browns topped imivi:u HOME , , CAIV W a l l y D a l i l , M i n n e a p o l i s '.11 HuiUoji Kalph D y e r . Shrcvcporl 'SO Olrtu t'Hsacher Diirr. Shrnvennrt '17 Ford Chuck Mftgulson, AllimeanulK Hill llurrlvim, Ti|ieli,i . . . , : , . Itusif IliiiuicU, Klrluvllle, Mo. , filnui l..irlim, A u r o r a , 111 Hob Diiicaii, Taitijia, Flu. Dick lloiiilck,· K(. Paul Kilrtle :Aniler»on, Grlnucll . . , . ; . . . . K i t t l e (,i\rK0n, Hobbltiticliile, Minn, (icnn Iliirniim, Uncnln, N e b . . , . , , Tubby Itarrl«ii|, Toprka PranV Trowcr. Topottu . , . . Shnr'ty I'erllch, M l n n c a n o l l i i · I l l e k J n l i i i i u n , St. I'aul . . . , Cluli Skiulal. Den MaUins (inriton tlim'urcl, M a r k h a l l l o w u , . Wally Dahl of Minneapolis copped the 100-mile .laic model stock car raco Sunday afternoon as the North Iowa sot a new track record for the event as ho covered Ihe gruelling 200 laps iround the oval in an hour and .52 ninulos, a full eight minutes un- ler Hie f o r m e r record. lie drove a buttered 105t Hudson to the . t r i u m p h , but it might e added t h a t he had a new motor put into the car only a few weeks ago. Pahl never wns worse than second place In the race and didn't m a k e any pit .slops in taking the event in record l i t h e . ' H i s victory was worth n fut $500, n quarter of the total prize pot of $2,000. Tough Luck Drlv*r Short Perlich of Minneapolis was Ihe tpugli luck guy of the race. In a 100-in Her here this spring, he broke through the fence which put him out of action after leading for i,*rs TRIALS 109 mi- Itll KM 191 I'M 190 189 IHIi 181 ]«:: 179 1!M 1.VJ 311 .1!) IVJ :3I.OO .-S5.8.1 :33.05 iSS.19 HO miles. event for Sunday Periled 58 miles when led the he lost icr Russ Lee's former track rec ord of 3:14.5 set in 1051. Actually Mickey and Oelwcin \FVf svhippcd Charter Oak Firemen 8-4. KeepsBintBrusJMs tike NEW + Dean* fr*th point from brukhvt on roller* m a i»ffy ' it Vou can point intlontly with another color -- or ttof» bru*h dry. it wilt Atoy »ott *· __ It Sa*« -- econem»«ol -n b» ut«d ogoir* KEEPS WHITE HOUSES WHITE . . . FOR YEARS! Famous Du Pont. "40" is rith in titanium dioxide . . . whitest of al! paint pigments. Keeps houses looking ''freshly painted" season after hard season, year after year. Try Du Pont "40'' on your house. PitllCE INSTANT PAINT BRUSH BOOMHOWER HARDWARE Tribe Options Jones to Indianapolis Farm CLEVELAND UP -- The Cleveland Indians Monday optioned Pitcher Sam Jones to (he I n d i a n apolis Indians, subject lo 24-hour recall. In sending Die 2(-year-ol: Jones to I n d i a n a p o l i s , the Tribe, front office said it hoped (o let him get plenty of. work against Triplc-A competition and then recall him in lale .September, .lones. n right bander, bad been plagued with ; sore arm for a large part of Ihe season and had a 2-3 record in 13 ^appearances. PONTIAC Prescribed Service Your CAR can make or break your vacation . .. care for it now. Drive in today! John Gallagher, inc. IZ-Zl Third N. W. Phone 1144 3 Games Scheduled in Mitchell County Softball Tourney ' the Tigers then lost 4-2, while Snyder bad run under the former m a r k in the first elimination heal. The record might have been De- Rock's. For six laps he led the r icld in competition against Foisc. But a broken hose gave DcRoek's luigc O f f c n h a u s c r the sputters with only a quarter m i l e to go and Folse passed him on the inside of: the Tar s t r a i g h t a w a y and held the lead lo the finish. Out of Feature Folse, who owns three feature victories over Snyder this season; had his own lough luck in Ihe feature race. H a l f w a y t h r o u g h (he race the rubber on his front right lire pulled Inosc from the cord base and he had to quit. DeHock finished second to Snyder in the race with Bert Hellmueller, the old vet from Louisville, coming in third. There was an u n p l a n n e d comedy act in one race. In the consolation, Lcn O'Hara of St. P a u l just got his auto going when f i r e began coming out of the .side of the motor. He slopped direclly in fronl of (lie fire truck parked on the in- f i e l d . W h i l e Ihe fans in the grandstand could see Ihe fire,' Ihe fire- |mcn next to the ( r u c k were sitting f i n Hie infield 1 1 c a c h e r s and the Senators defeated Philadelphia 7-2, then lost 11-7. Karl Drews pitched four-hit ball tor the 'Phillies to defeat the Dodgers 2-1 for the third l i m e this year and cut their lead lo 7VO games over Ihe Giants, who split with the Braves. Giants, Braves Split Boston took the opener 7-'l as Giant M n n n g e r Leo Durochcr had lo be restrained from slugging Umpire Augio Donalelli. Dave koslx, celebrating the a r r i v a l of a son, pitched six-hit ball lo win the second g a m e 4-2. · Kookie Stu Miller of Ihe Cardinals almost became the first hurier in modern baseball history lo break into the majors with two straight shutouts, .settling for a 2-1 victory over the Reds, who scored an u n e a r n e d t a l l y in the ninth. The Cub.s defeated the Pirates n-2 as Pitcher Bob Rush drove in three runs with a triple and a force out, and (he Pirates took the second game, 5-2, w i t h Ralph Kincr's 2011) homer supplying the margin. Play Begins in National Open on Seattle Course .SEATTLE Ml-- The United States Golf Association lifts Die curtains on its 52nd a n n u a l N a t i o n a l A m a - teur golf shew Monday, with a cast of 200 selected performers ready to begin the week long competition for the c h a m p i o n s h i p . Veteran observers of the event think the title fight is .wide open, his left front wheel on the home curve and .skidded into the pits, lie didn't get back in action until he was trailing .Dalil by 20 laps and finally withdrew when he saw no chance to finish in Iho money. Dahl, while he didn't collect any money, set a 50-mile track record. Ho covered tho first h a l f of the race in exactly 55 minutes /or; a new I.M.C.A, standard. For the first hour of racing, he averaged 54 miles per hour. . Dyer tokos 2nd Ralph Dyer, who won the event here this spring, finished in second place, good for $400 in 'prize money. His finish was on the .spec tacular side. Completing bis IflOth lap in the..home stretch, his fronl right tire blew out but he edged his car" around the final lap am: slill look second. There were few mishaps in 'the race. Eddie Larson of Hobbins dale, M i n n . , had a blowout on the northeast corner of the track a IK crashed into Die fence. His cai was put back on the track am dnivcn to the pits and he later re turned lo action and finished llth A ncwcoinbr to the local track copped third place and $300. HL was Preacher On IT of Shrcveport La., who was r u n n i n g the oldcsi cue in Iho nice, a 1047 Ford. and few champion, expect young the defending Billy M a x w e l l lo h a n g on to at Bethlehem, Parifli Named Most Valuable of All Stars CHICAGO 1/B--Vil.o Babe Parilli brilliant quarlcrbnclc from the Unl vcrsity of .Kentucky, has beer named in a ballot of more thar 100 sports writers as the most val liable collegiate player in the All Stars' 10-7 defeat by the Los An yoics R a m s Friday night. Parilli edged runner-up Lcs Rich ler, smashing California line-back cr, by only seven voles. Defensive back Ollic Malson San Francisco Olympic track star; Tackle Bob Toncff of Notre Dame THE WINNER --Willy dirty but happy and $500 stands beside his 1951 Hudson" after ha had won the 100-mil*' stock car ract Sunday » ft* moon · at the North Iowa F»ir. D*hl," one of th* leaders in stock c»r^ racing, set a local track record by covering the 200 laps in art* hour and 52 minutes. . ?\ te\ Tommy Jacobs Wins ^ National Junior 2 Go// Tournament EUGENE, Ore. {/H-- Tommy Jac; obs, 17, M^omcbcllo, Calif., won the National Juyccc Junior golf tournament here Saturday \vith a twp; over-par 200 as Iowa's (hrec suryiv- ors placed far down the list. Herb Klontz of Ollumwa led the lowans with a 30;!, followed by John Marchall, Hampton, with a 313, and Bill Fcelmn, Albla, vith a 321. V Thompson Wins 5-4 on Errors in 13th T H O M P S O N -- Undefeated Thompson kept Its slate clean in Boiderllne League piay here Sunday with a 5 'I victory over Northwood in 13 innings. Marlin Ander~ son, who gol on through an error, scored the winning tally, also on an error. 01 ie Perkins went the distance on the mound for Thompson. Thompson meets Garner at Garner Tuesday night. I -- The Mitchell soflball t o u r n a m e n t is scheduled to get under way here M o n d a y night with three will the continue Tuesday night f i n a l s on Wednesday P l a y with night. Annis-Ahrcns of Osage will meet the Jaycees at 7:30 in (he firsti"" 1 ",'.''* game. Orchard plays East End a t 1 9 o'clock, and Coop Oil mcels St. A n s g a r in the 10::!0 contest. Anni's-Ahrens won the M i t c h e l l County league title with a 10-2 record. Coop O i l , Orchard, F a r m - ers U n i o n , Jaycees, SI. Ansgar and East End finished behind Ihe league winners in lhat order. r l n ' t sec it. They f i n a l l y gol on move f r o m I h e call o f Ihe crowd but d i d n ' t get t h e . e x t i n g u i s h - er going u n t i l fire had leaped all over the hood. One f i r e m a n started from Odessa, Tex., the crown lie won Pa., a year ago. The scene is the Seattle Country Club. Its rolling acres offer a q u a l - ity lest of golf t h a t measures C/J32 yards and par of 35-30--71. Seventy-two matches were, on Monday's schedule and 50 players drew a day's respite via byes in the blind draw. As has been Ihe custom the past few years, there t o . ' ' p u t on his r a i n c o a t , m i n d f u l ! ' 8 no on-the-spot q u a l i f y i n g . The boys simply start h a m m e r i n g away at each other in match play on t h a t there was a fire but no knowing w h e r e it was a l t h o u g h the in truck. Tin: the first day. Garner, Thompson in Borderline Game ( h r M l i x KI:SHI.TS i TIMK TUIAI.S--IJeh Snriler, Kent. l..| :!,-,.::(!: J'rtr Fulir. T a m p a . I-'U,. :'.l\ .','·: t \ llrrl irrllrmirllor. l.r/iili vlllr. :ML.'.'I; I,roll D r l f o r k . M»sr,n (;lly. :':ii.1'i: Itrnlr .lobnsnn. l)«k.. :'.'7.K'!: CUlr Colin r. Spcrl Wjnn. Tamp;., :''.-,.W,Chicago, :JH.l:,i Hill H»rr. :W.r,!: Vlnrn I.rMay, I'l.j IVajnr, Tnil,. :'!K..-.T,; Hilly Thninp.irni, l.nij ^iijCele*. :''X.r,lii Tommy AilHrn.*ii. Mlnnr-j I: Frank Flealnn, l ' h o f / l x | Kill .Mumfonl, 'hlrj»,, :'1'J.',!''.;] Win :':*.«",; I f c r n r r . lco, Mi.. Aussie Stars Sweep Casino Net Tourney NEWPORT, H. I. UP--Austra lia's d o m i n a t i o n of the Casino Invitation tennis tournament left the United States' lop players wondering Monday how they can slop Ihe Aussie onslaught in the national championships. In an All-Australian .singles f i n a l Sunday,- Frank Sedgman outlasted Ken McGregor U-3, (i-2, 12-]4, 0-3, then both Aussics teamed up to win the doubles title over Vie Solxas of Philadelphia and H i l l y T a l b e r t of New York 5-7, 9-7, 3-li, D-7, (i-3. Tune Up Thot Engine For Foil Therc'i mort p«p . . . more sure power in your engine, thin you have been getting. Let our master' mechanics bring out the best in your car. MASON CITY No. Federal Phone 1155 apolix. : r !!).I Aril.. :'Jll.n:,; FDRD baseball team TVir. f-lrnr.r VV-'\V j ne o a i n e r v r \ v w i l l meet Thompson in a Borderline League game here Tuesday night at 8 o'clock. Thompson, tjndefcatcd in league play, will be seeking its second victory over Garner. Garner has a 20-2 mark, losing lo Thompson and Mason Cily VFW. Garner whipped Lake Mills Sunday 13-1. C a l v a r y . Can all a, l.oolr Vauerr, A u a l l n , ;:l'l,f,r; l.rn O ' l l a r a . St. I ' n u l , ::i::..',0. FIRST 11F.AT--II l a p s ) Snjilcr. .lolnignn. Tbojiip.son, Wynn. TJrnr .1:1.1,W, S I X ' O M I I l I v A T -- n l a p l ) l'ol«r. K r K o r h . Colter. V. l.e.May. Time rUMS+.!l^. N f w r r r - Olil m a r k :i:ll.r, by Kills il Mln- fir:tpolff fri I.'l.'I. C»NrtOI.ATK). p --((i l i p i ) A l r l m n . \\1 Uralnn. lloff. Tlmr ': ::,!.. '..I. I ' l i n s U I T son. All aii UAtJK-- Wjrnn, rllmlnxlccl f i r m e r Thomp- by U'yim In 7 SI'ECIAI. MATCH HACK-- C! !p» Johnson, Collrr. Tlmr I :'*!fi,7.". F E A T U R K HMIK--IM l a n i ) Snydrr, tlr- ock. H c l l m t i r l l r r , Johnfrm. W y n n , Coltrr. Tlm« r , : I K . : t H . N*iv r e c o r d , rirat time fru- I n r c rare httlrl nvcr fl-rnlk i l h l ^ n c r . SERVICE see PRITCHARD MOTOR CO. Your Friendly Ford Dealer 202 Isr S.E. Phono 922 VS. ESTHERVILLE IOWA STATE LEAGUE GArVie TUESa, AUG. 19 - 8:00 P. M. ROOSEVELT FIELD Adults 75c -- Students 50c -- Children Under 12, Free CHAMPIONSHIP TUG-OF-WAR JACOB E. DECKER PACKERS vs. TOBIN PACKERS, ESTHERVILLE CHAMPS

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