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Mason City, Iowa
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Iowa Open Slated Here Thi Crack Field Will Qualify on Saturday $1,000 in Prizes at Country Club BY JIM V A N H E E L Sports Editor The Iowa Open golf tournament, will be held this wcoHencl at the -Mason City Country club aiul the field will be loaded with some great golfers, both pro and amateur. Many of them have won vari ous major slate titles and the com petition for lop honors is expectei to be very close for the 1952 title with perhaps as many as 40 golfer* bunched within a few strokes o each other in the championship 'light when the 54-holc meet is concluded on Sunday afternoon. There will be an informal open- ng to the tourney on Friday after- loon in best ball competition, which will be played in two divisions. One division will be composed of professional and amateur partners while the other will be strictly for amateurs. This will be over 18 holes. The tourney was held here in 1950 and Jack Shields and Johnny Jacobs of Cedar Rapids took the pro-amateur event with a sparkling (5. In the all-amateur best ball, Jerry Uarrcr and Ned Brandt oi Mason City were the winners wilh l7. Qualifying Saturday The big push for the title begins on Saturday when all entrants wii fire an 18-hole qualifying round Entry fee for professionals will be ?10 while for - a m a t e u r s the entrj will be $5. Those making the championship flight will be given a j c h a n d i s e awards will be given for ee-off time on Sunday and play Jli more holes. All those in lower lights will play another 18 holes on Sunday. The championship /light 'will be made up of all professionals in the :ourney plus the low 32 amateurs from Saturday's IB-hole qualifying round. The meet itself will involve more than $1,000 in prizes. A minimum of $500 will go into the cash pot for the professionals, with 30 or more pros expected to be on hand. The prizes for the pros are scaled $200, $100, $75, $50, $35, $25 and $15. With only seven positions to bo paid off, the battle will be to shoot the works for a high spot. Top Amateur Priie There will be $500 worth of prizes the place winners in the flights. Last season the Iowa Open was won at Okoboji by Jim English, the hot-shot amateur golfer from Keel Moines. IMopper finished third in laic J u n e in the big Waterloo Opi-n and Inter this summer finished at even par in the St. J'avil Open. Entries have been coming in at Oak. English fired a 54-holc tolalja good pace (his week, and a list of 207 to win the tourney. Tied foriof the major contenders for the second last year one stroke behind were two professionals, Lnbrou, Harris of Slilhvater, Okla,, and Neili IMopper, long-hitting - W a v e r l y pro. Record for Event Harris won the Iowa Open in 1950 on the Mason City course. He fired rounds of G7, (i8 and 7(1, 1 Minder par, to win the moot by two strokes. His 205 total stands as a record for the cvcMit. Harris will be un h a n d here for the 1952 t o u r n e y . IMopper, f o r m e r l y of Mason City, has been getting in finite a few practice rounds at the Counlrv club and has awarded to the a m a t e u r players in l)cei1 scoring well, lie's also entered the various flights. The top a m a - j " l»c tourney, tour in the Open'vyill receive a $l. r )0 Harris about two weeks ago won movie camera and other fine mcr- the Herman Sani Open in l)es Mohawks to Get Football Equipment Saturday, Will Start Drills on Monday Football is just around the cor- * Aug. 20, 1«2 15 MJSOU Cllj- llobi!-r.»i«tl«, Mason Clljr, la. .ille is expected to be ready bj Thursday. j In the H)50 tourney at the Country' club, there were 135 entrants, of which 33 were professionals. Spectators Invited There is no gallery charge for (lie t o u r n a m e n t . Curley H a r t m a n , Country club professional, has extended an i n v i t a t i o n for spectators to be at the course on both Saturday and Sunday to follow the golfers in their tours around the course, The course is in excellent shape inul ill all probability the entrants will be p l a y i n g their shots from the rear of the large toes, which can add a good m a n y yards In the 18 holes. nor for high schools in Iowa. Drills for most tennis will start next onday as they prepare for the II campaigns which 'ujien w i t h ames in most Instances on Sept. The wheels will start t u r n i n g for e Mason City Mohawks on Sal- ·day. Coach J5ob lleslon has an- ouuced (lint Mohawk players will c i s s u e 1 equipment Saturday Iowa Sports Film Shows Marks Set by Hqwkeye Stars ^ CJ.TY-- The Big Ten record klckoff return of George (Dusty) TUce, the ball-handling and shooting of the near-champion basketball team and All-America n Chuck Darling, and the twisting maneuvers of Champion Frank LaDuc on the trampoline are among the highlights of a movie short produced for' the University of Iowa. Entitled "Hawkeye Sports Parade," the :iO-minute film will be shown in August and September in some 500 Iowa theaters. Comment a r y is by J a c k Drees, Chicago radio and IV announcer who was a star Iowa bascktball player of the 30s and music is by Meredith Willson, native lowan now a top corn- poser. Action shots Include the Burt Britznumn to (Binkey) Brooder G5 yard touchdown pass play against Notre Dame and the Brilzmann to Kicc pass for 45 yards and a score. It shows Sprinter Ira Murchison beating Jim Gollitiay of Northwestern, the national champion, ant scoring scenes from the 1952 Iowa mlrasquacl spring grid game. Chuck Darling, who broke 11 basketball scoring records, is shown in close-up action, aided by the deft ball-handling of such men as Deacon Davis, Skip Greene am Chuck. Jarnagin. There also are shots of Clyde Gardner, who broke the Iowa dis cus record; Bill Reichardt, Big Ten's most valuable football play er of 1951; and the Iowa golf team Estherville Red Sox Take Final Over Mason City 9-4 Iowa State Standings W. . ir, i.. ret. c.n. l." . I M l 2'.i urroll ... nencer Iiisnn City :.«thervlll« T U K S U A V H13SUI.TS Spencer 1, C u r r n l l 0. K s t l i c r v i l l c (I. Muxon Cily I. I V K D N K S O A Y S U I K U C L K Masnn City :it Spencer. T H U R S D A Y I ' I , A Y O F F C A K O M.ISOII City at C u r r n l l . Kstherx-llle .it Spcitcer. Film AY I" L A Y O F F CARD Carrnll al Mason C i t y . Spencer ul K s l h c r v l l l e . lli'/i Sports Calendar VEDNESDAY-- (baseball) Legionnaires al Spencer. THURSDAY -- (baseball) Legionnaires at Carroll. FRIDAY--(baseball) Carroll at Legionnaires, lime 8:30. (golf) Best-ball team matches in Iowa Open at Mason City Country Club, (tennis) Play begins in YMCA tournament. SATURDAY--(baseball) Carroll at Legionnaires, lime 8. ( g o l f ) Firs! 18 holes of Iowa Open al Counlrj Club. SUNDAY--(golf) Finals of Iowa Open at Country Club, (racing Stock car races at Mohawk Speed Drome, time 2. MONDAY -- (football) Footbal practice opens for high school drills at i):30 and 2. . First Loop Loss for Thompson by Forfeit GARNER--The Thompson base ball t e a m lost its first Bordcrlin League g a m e of the season here Tuesday night by forfeit. Thompson had led 4-3 going into the last of the ninth inning when a single by Knokc, a stolen base and Brugman's single knotted the score. In an argument over a ball-strike count al the plate. Umpire Mike McCormick ejected Thompson'.' Catcher Vogt from the game and the Thompson team left the field Tune Up That Engine For Fail There's more pep . . . more sure power in your engine, than you have been getting. Let our m a s t e r mechanics bring out the best in your car. MASON CITY 1311 No. F e d e r a l Phone 1ISS Mason City Midget Team Posts 12-6 Tournament Win MAHSHALLTO.WN--T h e Maso Cily Midgets, behind a IG-hit al lack, won ils opening-round gam in Ihc Iowa 'Midget baseball torn n a m c n t here Tuesday afternoo wilh a 12-G victory over T a m a . Mason Cily pushed across Ihrce runs in each of Ihc first Iwo in- ningSj four more in Ihc third, then finished with l o n e lallics i n t h e fifth and sixth. Dave Louck, Jon Butler and Joey Fortune were the big guns in the Mason City lineup. They accounted for nine of the IG hits by slamming out three hits apiece. Gordon Flcckenslcin started on the mound for Mason City with Denny Somer t a k i n g over in the J'ourlh. Score by innings; u. n. E. T A M .S ; . 0110 iril I;--. (i I I I , , M A S O N tirrv :;:u un \ -- r u; i H i i l t e r i p s : F l r c k e n s t e l n . Snnu-r ( I I and { l . o t i c k ; I l i r r l e . . M n s k c r i i u ( ' * uml V i i l e The Eslherville lied Sox sal- aged .something from a poor sea- on al 'Kooscvelt Field Tuesday ighl before an estimated 1,500 ans by beating Mason City 9-4. )nly the night before, the Lcgion- aircs banded the Sox «a 19-1 'Oimcing on the same diamond. Eslherville bats were swinging :ard Tuesday night and in an 11- il attack were, a double, Iwo riples and three homers. The lomers were well lagged balls ver the leflfield fence by Val "iorila, Paul Dyke and Gus Freen a n . 3rd Loss to Ardrey The Legionnaires were held to line nils by Mill Ardrey, who does [iiilc well against Mason Cily. Je's won only Ihrce games all ieason and all have been over Ihc liCgionnaircs. Bob Miller opened on the mound 'or Ihc losers and look a rough jounding as he was knocked oul n ' l h e second inning. In the sec ond frame he gave up a homer, s double, Iwo triples and a single walked one baiter and anolhei reached base on an error before Jack Cookninn came lo Ihe rescue The Sox had six hits in Ihe inning and scored six runs. Cookman gave up only five hils in a Ion, relief job but Iwo of them wcr homers, by Dyke and F r e e m a n , tc account for all of the three run off him. The only b a i t i n g splurge for Ma son City Was in the third f r a m e A triple by Alfjic Pearson, Cook man's single, walks to Don Wa dron and Dick Colloton and Cai Miller's double d o w n . t h e rightfieli line produced Ihrec runs. Th olhor Legionnaire run c a m e in In n i n t h when Tom Stcngcr single as a pinchhittcr, moved lo secoiii on a walk and came all tha wa home to score on a passed ball b Catcher Tom Cooper. In the sea son series, Mason Cily finishc ahead of Ihe Red Sox 7-(i. Collofon Stars Afield Brightcsl spol in Ihe play o Mason City was Ihc work of Co lolon at shortstop, lie handled l Kal Mason City VFW Wins 3rd Place With 6-5 Victory A L B E R T LEA--The Mason Cily VFW won Ihird place in Ihe Borderline League with a G-5 victory over Norlhwood here Tuesday| M . A S O N '.V 1 ' night. Jim Chimbidis' home run with a mate aboard in the last, of llhe ninth gave Mason Cily the third place spot. Mason City s l a m m e d lout 11 hits w h i l e the losers were jtouching a pair of VFW hnrlers fori". Ainirr. n 'nine hit.s. ^*l"TM' " chances afield without an erro and came up with several sens; tiona) plays. The Spencer C a r d i n a l s , wh waged a late season drive to catc Can-oil, blanked Ihe Merchant 7-0 in the oilier Tuesday nigl a me. Carl Ahrcns pilclied 6-hi shutout ball for the Cardinals Spencer scored six runs in fh firsl i n n i n g off E d d i e French. \vh pitched the distance for Carroll. The boxscore: H I I K . i M c r l i r o n k . I b Uric, rl F'lnriU. ss . l i a r t k n w s k i . -f W l n k r l . :'.li -I A r d r r y , p ( T O T A L S : l I M . A S O N r r r v -- i A I » ("nil,,!,,!,. .... C. .Vlltrr. I h r:i..,,ii.ik. ir Dollgnlr. rl 1', cl Iowa State Playoffs Set Mason City Opens at C a r r o l l Park Playoffs have been set in the owa Stale' League. Carroll will iccl Mason City and Spencer will lay Eslherville in the first rouml erics, which will be a best three lit of five affair. The Legionnaires will open their eries at Carroll on Thursday ighl. Friday night Ihe clubs svill i' nl M'ason Cily with game l i m e el for 8:30, a half hour later than sual to enable merchants to get ul to Koo.scvell Field for most of ic game. Carroll will be al Mason Jity again on Saturday with game inie scl for Ihc usual hour of 8 'cluck. The fourth and f i f t h games f Ihe series, if needed, will be ilaycd al Carroll on Sunday and londay nights. 2 Out of 3 F i n a l The winners of Ihe Lwo prclimi iary series will then clash in a bcs wo out of three gariies for the .itle. Mason City has won its last two starts this season against Carroll which won the regular season pen lanl. Spencer has been Ihe playof c h a m p for Ihc past, three seasons Last year the Legionnaires bea Carroll in a fourth place playoff fo the right lo get inlo the 'l-lcai regular playoffs. The Mere-haul hold a 0-5 edge over Mason City i regular season play this s u m m e r . The Legionnaires are to clos their regular season piny al. Spec ccr.Wednesday night. John Krall i to get the pitching assignment fo Mason Cily. M a n a g e r Dick Morgan will hav his three top pitchers well rcstc and set lo go in order against Cai roll, .lohn W i l l i n g h a m , who has 4-2 m a r k and owns two road Ir u m p h s over Carroll, will pile a g a i n s t Ihc Merchants there agai on Thursday night. John Kuril who stopped Carroll 5-3 on a 1-h performance last Saturday and ha a 7-G season's record, will gej. th pitching call for Ihc game her Friday, .lohnny Hill will l a k e th mound a g a i n s t Carroll on Satin day. The Merchant!; probably wi m a t c h the top trio on the Lcgiot naire m o u n d slaff with Denny it nakli, Wayne Paige and Bob Gc ling. The Legionnaires will be in goo shape for the playoffs. Tom Slcnj. er has been out of action bccaus of a p u l l e d neck m u s c l e but w i l l be ready to go, H i t H n g Over .400 The biggest l i f t for Ihc Legionnaires in recent games has been the work of Car! Miller and Bud Bergcr. M i l l e r has been pounding eiv Y o r k . I.mils c t r n l l . A M K 1 U C A N l . i : A ( i l ) l 5 W. I.. I'M. C i . H '," in t;', fi ill M nn in nn a',' 'IK '·« ,111 711 111 ..1S« ..vj:t ..Mi ..v:!\ .Ma .·a:: Mi ·m 11 il 117 'JO'i .:i:n .'in · r t : K S l A V ' M K K . K I I L T S Huston n. C l r v u l i t m l .'.. (.'liUiagti 3, Nrtr V n r U 1. Wa.slilnKlon y, St. I.(nils t, T I l i m S D A Y - S §1. Louis ill W u a l l l i i K l o n Chlcugo at N u w Y d r U . ' l c v r l i i n i l a l H u s t o n . O n l y K i t m c s s c h e d u l e d . N A T I O N A L I . I r e i n U l y n cw Y u r h Louis . u l r l | . l i l l l l l M l K O . . nstim t i i c l n n u l i I l l h l i u r c h 1.. tin IIX M; . ( M i l .(in:! .r.HI .Mil .iir: . nu . i-'i il'.Si K i n 1 Hi · r U K S I A V ' S IIKSUI.TK N t \ v York n-:i, Chlf.njiii U - l . l U i u i k l y n ;-:!, (Unchinnll II-.*,. r h l h u l c l l i l i l u 10, r i l t s b l i r f i l i .-,. SI. l.iiufs 7, Huston !j. T I I U K S U A V K jicuumn.i J l r i x i k l y n « I ' i l l s l j i l r j j l i . Neiv Y n r k ut C h l u i i K " . M u s l i m itl SI. Louis ( n i g h t ) . Only gki mt'.s j i c l i c i l l i l e i l . Stranahan, Ward r Coe Winners in National Amateur S E A T T L E l,vi -- T h e doubl sr(uec7.c hit the field in the men N a t i o n a l Anuileur Golf c h a m p i w ship Wednesday but s u c h - cha Icngers as Frank S t r a n a h a n I l a r v i e Ward Jr., and Charlie Cc are expected to survive. Sixty-four players remained i the field Wednesday morning. B nightfall at the Seattle Counlr Club, they w i l l h a v e w h i l l l e d cac olher down to a select IG. S t r a n a h a n , T o I e d o's hvo-tim British A m a t e u r w i n n e r , who bet Chuck Kocsis, Royal Oak, Mich Tuesday, I) ;md 2, faced Del Wall er of L o n g . R e a c h . W a r d , f r o m T'arboro, N.C., an Ihe reigning B r i I i s h Amalci c h a m p i o n , lecd off against a Sea He golfer, Erv P a r e n t . lie bei Tim Holland, New York, -I and Tuesday. Coe, the l!M!) U.S. champioi mcl John Levinson of Nilc.s, M i c i Coe belled out a fellow lownsmai Russell Brown, 5 and 4. There were two major upsc Tuesday. Robert \V. Kunt/. of L a r c h m o n N.Y., f o r m e r Yale c a p t a i n a n d I S. M a r i n e , eliminated .Io; G.-igl a r d i of M a m a r o n c c k , N . V . , ncr-up for the crown last yea Kunty. won, one up. B i l l y Jo Cation of M n r g a n l o u , N. . . heal J8-year-olel Ira G r u h e r , University star, :i and 2. G r u b e r m a d i 1 Uic headlines in Ihe firsl round when he defeated the defending c h a m p i o n , B i l l y Jo Maxwell. or mug a I Stadium at !):,1(). He expects about i candidates to ho ready to go by outlay w i t h more In be addeil lo 10 squad by the limfi school arts. The Mason City tciim, with pros eels a l i t l l u brighter Ihan usual, ;icns ils season at home on Sepl. i when the 'Mohawks lake on the ways lough Ames Little (,'y- oncs, While those reporting for \e i n i t i a l workouts are expected be m a i n l y juniors and seniors, phs also lire invilod although ·cgular sophomore .squad drills vlll nol begin until school starts. Ken G r i f f i n and Howard Barker n g a i n will assist lleslon in coat-hug the varsity squad. Bill Steneker and Ken Church will be in charge if the sophomore team, which will play a regular schedule. All players are to have a physical examination before engaging in workouts. T h e e x a m i n a t i o n blanks now aro available at the office in the high school. Before school closed this .spring, ileston requested his players lo be in good shape for the opening of drills and he p l a n s lo slale scrimmage sessions after a couple of days of workouls. For the first week, llierc will be twice a day pruclico sessions. One will be in ihc morning at 0:30 and the other in the afternoon al 2 o'clock. The morning probably will be devoted lo heavy 'contact work with the afternoon .session lo consist, of blackboard work and instructions in gridiron t e c h n i q u e . Speed Drome Site of Stock Races Sunday Nearly 15 pilots are expected to sec action when stock car racing; makes its return to the Mason, City Speed Drome Sunday afternoon. The 88-Jap race card is slated to get underway with the time trials at 2 o'clock, It'll be a 7-evenl card, nc.hiding three heal races, a championship a f f a i r , a B main and the main event. Drivers from DCS Moines, Rock-' well and Waverly have indicated that they will lie on hand for the open competition, modified slock, car racing show. All drivers with cars lhat "appear" to be stock are eligible. ,, Speed Drome officials have an-* nounccd that rain checks from tha Aug. 1(1 rain-out date will be honored . 20th Victory Posted by Robin Roberts of Phillies By JOE RE.ICHLER * AP Sports Writer Who is Ihe besl pilchcr in base- all today? The folks of liUle PoUstown, Pa'., o i n l . l o their own,Hobby Shanl/., ic pint-sized southpaw of the A In- elics. The good citizens of Spring- eld, 111., contend thai their Robin :ober('s, the pride of the Phillies is ic bcsl in Ihe business. Slumlx notched his 20th t r i u m p h .ug. 5. Roberts, who joined h i m Tuesday, became the first National Leaguer lo reach thai lolal. Roberts coasted to his 22nd complete game in 28 s I a r I s Tuesday nighl as Ihe Phils outslugged Pittsburgh, 10-5. H marked Ihe Ihirc R O B E R T S slraighl year thai Ihc 2!)-yoar-old righl h a n d e r \\t\t reached the 20-win m a r k . E v e n With Chlsox The Athletics swept a header from the lowly 'Octroi Tigers, 4-:i and 0-5, lo c l i m b inU a fifth-place lie wilh Chicago. Although beaten by Ihc Whit Sox, :M, Ihe New York Y a n k e e managed to retain Iheir Iwo-gaim Probable Pitchers A M K U H M N l . t t A r l l J i ; U l O K i i v l n lit N'-w York (Sulil Cli-vi-h.ini ll.oniun 11-11) al Itiintiin (Air Dnrnliitl 7-7). I l r l r n l l ( U ' l K h t 11-11) i\l I'hllnilclphl I S . - l n - l l i 7 - 1 1 i i l K l i l . SI. l . t i u l i I l l y r n r . l'.-t; ul \V,i»liln|i In I S h c u 11-11) l i l k ' l i l . Nc-ii fork t . l n l i f c a Il-Hi ill Chlnnnu ( M i l l l e v 1 1 - H I . K n i n U l j n ( I . o r s 1 1 - 1 1 1 nl C l n r l m m t l ( H a f 'rni,lirrri;rr L t - l l l l . H'nllet ll-l'i). Ilntitnn M t u r i l f l t r !i-(ll ul St. l . o u l n ( I ' r r a llo 7 - « l n l B l l t . lead over the n m n e r - u p Clevelani I n d i a n s , who dropped a (i-H decisio lo the Red Sox in Boston. Washinglon clung lo fourlli plac d g i n g oul liic St. Louis Browns -1. The National League race light- nod mi appreciably as the Cini n n a l i ileds held Iho fronl-running Brooklyn Dodgers lo u splil in their oublchcadcr while the New York i i a n l s , SI. Louis Cardinals and 'billies nil won. The Brooks won Ihe opener, ;i-0, utt dropped the nightcap, 5-3. Ted Chis/.cwski's Iwo-oul triple wilh wo runners on base, provided the igbth inning winning runs for C'in- innali. Maylic Gets Shutout The G i a n t s sliced Brooklyn's ead lo IP/I games, sweeping a pair rom the Cubs In Chicago, 5-0 and (-1. Sal Maglfe pitched an 8-hil shutout in Ihe opener. The Kurd-place Cardinals moved o wilhin 8'/j games of t|ie. lop, lefealing Ihc Boston Braves, 7-5, :n Ivvti-i-u'n homers by rookie Vcrn Benson anu\ Red Schocndicnsl. Scoring all their runs in Ihe first inning, the While Sox scnl starter Johnny Schmil?. lo Ihc showers in a h u r r y as a walk, singles by Nellie Fox, M i n n i e Minoso and Eddie Kobinson nnd a long fly by Sam Mele produced three markers, Con Marrero pilclied and balled Hie Son.-ilor.s lo their .slim win over the Drowns. The Cuban permitted 12 nils hut stranded 15. He also drove in one of Die-1.wo Washington rims wilh a single. · Billy Graham Bids for Kayo Against Carmen Basilio · CHICAGO UP-- Billy Graham, New York cast aider, made prep- aralinns for "the hardest fight of my career" W e d n e s d a y night. against Carmen Uasilio in a 10- rouml non-title welterweight in Ihe Chicago Sladiuni. I've gol to knock this boy out,", G r a h a m said. "There can'l be any donhl if we. want lo have a good, gate' in Cuba." Tie referred io his scheduled OctJ ·1 malch f o r . .the ' . welterweight crown ngalnsl Cluunpioii Kiel Gavilan in Ihc litleholdcr's own back yard. G r a h a m lost a lot of. presligd from liis number one contender ranking when he bowed to Joe Glardcllo Aug. 1 in a disputed decision. "I'm not nut for any decision," ho said. " I ' m going to give him everything I've got." I Bnsilio wasn't loo worried, however. . Both fighlcrs finished training iri lop -'condition. Graham Was . ex- peclcd lo scale 148 pounds, just one pound inore Ihaii Basilio, at weigh- in timo Wednesday 1 aflernoon. G r a h a m was a 3-lo-i favorile lo dcfoal the 25-ycar-olcJ Bnsilio, who " comes from Syracuse, N. Y. St. Paul'"Wins Junior Legion Regional Title BISMARCK, N. D. UP)--Beating down previously undefealed ·''Aber- deen, S....D., the Norlh End learn from SI. Paul Tuesday night scored 0-0 a lid 5-2 victories lo win the Region !) championship in Ihe Junior Legion Baseball lournoy. Aberdeen would have tnkcn the litle had it won cither contest. . e K r . [ , TOURNAMENT SPECIALS FOR 2 DAYS ONLY- F R I D A Y SATURDAY Reg. SI.00 GOLF BALLS, doz. 9.6O Reg. 80c GOLF BALLS, doz. 7.65 Reg. 60c GOLF BALLS, doz. 5.75 Sold in Dozen Lots Only ALL GOLF T O T A L S i s l i t f f l r i J f u r ('( Scnrr liy Irinliij M A S O N ('ITV i t k i n u n i n ! ) l h . ncii il l n :;ni)--:i iin:t ouii on l--l H A Y F I E L D J U N I O R S W I N H A Y F r E L D -- T h e l l a y f i c l d J u n i o r Legion baseball learn upped i t s ! season's record lo (i-'1 by d e f e a t i n g ! B u f f a l o Center 7-1 in a g a m c i played (here. Bob Tschirki a n d ( i J a c k B l a n k pile-bed for M a y - f i e l d ' a n d ' held Ihe losers I f ) two l i i t s . i l Tschirki and B l a n k each got two h i t s in the 12-hil f l a y f i c l d a l l a c k . ' PR1TCHARD MOTOR CO. Your Friendly Ford Dealer 202 1st 5.E. Phone 9221 K r r o r s : l i e r f f r r . - W a E d r n n , l-'lnrita. K w a n l : i k . I r r r n i ; i n : rim, h . i t l r . l In: l l o r l t , , . \ V l n k r I . K r t l r y , ("ouper. FCushTlimnk. {'. . M i l l e r '.',. I t r r p r r . D y k t r . f'ree/na/i '£; t w o ha.-ii; h i l K : VV'InhrJ, t'. M l l l r r ; thrrr-fi.tsr h l l i : H a r l k f n v s k . C'ooprr. I V a r ^ ^ l n : hninr. rmi*: F i o r l t ^ . ] ; k e , r'rrrrrnun; the b a l l well since joining the dub| a few weeks ago and cnrrcnllyi sports a .43-t h a l t i n g average. In-! eluded in his hit.s arc four doubles,; two triples and four homers and he| has d r i v e n home 18 runs. cnuyr.n iinuhif. n i , j : I ' l u r i i u i« r.aitr.r-1 has been ii f i n e replacement for' b r o o k : Irfl on l;i«r%: T C - i l h r r v l l l r f.. M - i - ' r t u : r- i i i , t- i r * i .viii niy »: iMMrs on i,..iis: Miiirr 4.i' ) o ) n Jnfu.'ld and oulfjfiJd po.sts find is balling .IM, his hils i n c l u d i n g ' A r r l r r y 1. 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