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Spencer Beats Legionnaires 42 jfor 11 3 Season's Edge Mound Myth Exploded by Dodger Bats By GAYLE TALBOT NEW YORK U-h--For many years it was possible for a baseball man to win wide respect as u sage by observing that pitching was 87 l /j per cent of the game, but that was before the current Brooklyns. There probably isn't a fan in the country, outside Brooklyn, who could name three Dodger pitchers if you gave him Preacher Roe to start with. Want to know who the Dodgers' throe leading winners are? They are Billy Loes, Ben Wade and Carl Erskinc. Know how many games Ihe best of them, Erskine, might ·win before the season ends if he is real lucky? Maybe 1G-17. Reliefer Joe B l a c k ·Would you relish the name of. the Dodgers' best pitcher, who almost invariably shows up around 4 or 11 p.m. to rescue the third Dodger pitcher? He's Joe Black, a Negro rookie. Roe, who was the hottest thing in flannels a year ago, has finished only, six of his first 16 starts, but still stood 7-0 in the victory column. He went the route Tuesday in blanking Cincinnati. 3-0. !Ralph Branca couldn't beat anybody. He got a sore arm and was placed on the disabled list. He is just returning. Clyde King, who won 14 last year, comes in from the bullpen on rare occasions. Clem Labine, like Branca, had arm trouble and was brought back from the minors only a few clays ago. Minor League Hurlers In the almost daily parade of Brooklyn throwers have been such minor league Joe Landrum, J o h n Rutherford, R a y Moore and Chris Van Cuyk. It is safe to say that if the experts could have foreseen this array last spring they would have viewed the Dodgers, with great alarm. What has been proved, of course, is that the club is such a sound one otherwise that it can pound the whey out of the weak sisters even when its own hurling is mediocre. The only \vay Brooklyn can be licked is by really top pitching, such as the Giants had last year. There isn't enough of it around to hold Charlie Dressen's boys this time. . T h e Spencer Cardinals had their "cousins," the Mason City Legionnaires, at home for a final meeting and put a finishing touch to the season scries and also regular Iowa State League play with a 4-2 victory. The win put Spencer at 11-3 over Mason City for the season. The Legionnaires early in the season stood 2-2 with Spencer but the Cards took nine of the past 10 meetings. Spencer used four of its regular pitchers in outfield duty and sent its one-lime ace against Mason City. Stew Mackie set the. Legionnaires down on just four hits to post his fourth league win against no setbacks. Johnny Krall pitched the distance for Mason City and allowed 10 hits. The Legionnaires scored first as a fielder's choice for Jack Dqligale and Albie Pearson's single brought home a run in the second frame. Iowa State Standings Star Studded Field Entered in Iowa Open By JIM VANHEEL Sports Editor The Iowa Open golf tournament, scheduled over 54 holes in the championship, flight at the Mason City Country club on Saturday and Sunday, will be composed of perhaps the best field in history. By Wednesday afternoon, there were nearly 50 crack golfers on the entry list, mostly from out of the city. Above that there was a promise of entries from many more of the slate's leading golfers and a large number from Mason City also will be entering the meet. It's reasonable to expect that there will be 150 in the field for the 18-hole first, round qualifying on Saturday. The Plans to. Defend latest word is that J i m F I N A L STANDINGS W. 1.. I'rt. G.B. Carroll '. :!( l:i .«" .. Spencer 'J7 IS ,fii:t '·'. Masun trlly IT, ".( .Illili IH'4 Esfhcrvllle Vi X» .'.'!« l«Vz W E D N E S D A Y RRSUI.T Spencer l Mason City ~. T H U R S D A Y PtAYOI'*' C A K I ) Mason City at Carroll. Esihervllle at Spencer. F R I D A Y P L A Y O F F C A R D Carroll at Mason City. Spencer at Ksthervllle. The other Mason City marker came in the ninth on Don Waltiron's double, a wild pitch and a fly to the outfield by Tom Stenger. Spencer went ahead in the fourth f r a m e on three extra base blows, a double by Bill Hayes, a triple by Ron Unke and a double by Gene Eckcrt for two runs. The winners picked up single runs in the seventh and eighth frames for the victory. Mason City is at Carroll Thurs day night for the opening of the Iowa State League playoffs. John Willingham is slated to pitch for Mason City with Wayne P a i g e going for Carroll. Friday night the clubs will be at Mason City with John Kurtt to pitch for the Legionnaires and Denny Rinaldi for the Merchants. The boxscore: M A S O N CITY---: A15 W a l d r o n , !lb I Colloton. 21. ;( T. Slenrer. ss 4 C. Miller. Ib 'i. Kwanlak, c ·! Pearson, ct :t Merger, If ^ K r a l l . p * R. Miller. Ib !! English, who won the title last year at Okoboji, will be on hand to defend his crown. He is an amateur who holds m a n y lop golfing crowns including I h e Trans-Mississippi. The two pros who tied for runncrup honors in the meet in 3951 will be on hand. They arc Labron Harris, the Oklahoma A. and M. golf coach, and Neil Plopper, long hitting Wavcrly professional, Harris won the Iowa Open here in 1950 with a record 205 score for 54 holes. Johnny Jacobs, the 5-tinic Iowa Amateur k i n g , will be back to Mason City only this lime he'll he competing as u pro. copped two his amateur Jacobs JACOBS t i e s otv t h e M a s o n C i t y c o u r s e a n d plays it well. Two seasons ago Amateur Golf Tourney Field Down to 16 / McElroy, Littler, Coe Top Favorites By HAL WOOD SEATTLE U P -- F o r m e r Cham pion Charley Coe, Canadian Champion Waller McElroy and Gene Littler, a non-title winner who has been otv the' verge of great things in the golfing world for several years, were favored Thursday us the 1952 U. S: National Amateur golf tournament rolled down to the final stages. There were iO men left in the competition as play got under way Thursday morning, but when night falls only four will be in the running for the world's most coveted simon-pure crown. Coe, who won the title in 1940, is playing his. best golf from tee lo green in years. Wednesday he was two over par for 32 holes in disposing of W. U. Hyde, Olympin, Wash., 4 and 3, and John Levinson, Niles, 111., 2 and 1. Betttr Than 1949 ."I'm playing better now t h u n 1 have at any time since winning tho crown in 1919," he said after the two matches. The shy, 140-pound, G-fool, 1-inch star, who slugs the ball out with the best of the pro fessionals, looked like a champion in all departments. Such well-knowns as Frank Stranahan and Harvie Ward, the latter the British Amateur champ, sal on the sidelines alter t a k i n g thumpings in the fifth round Wednesday; Coe was lo meet J i m m y McIIale of Philadelphia, the former Walker Cupper, in the round of IB Thurs Cleveland Pulls Within One Game of Leading Yankees A M E R I C A N I.KACUIU w. New Vork 70 Cleveland (iK Wnkhliijtoii Ii; Chicago ir St. I.ouis ,MI llelrolt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ;i(l SO 3(1 Alt SX Ml 70 HIl J'ct, O.I), I .31(1 .Ml) IV ,,VSS 7 .517 H ,.117 « . 1 1 7 'JU .SW 30li .WKDN'KSU'AY'K UHS15I.TS Cleveland IS, llDStcui N. Chicago li. New Vork :l. , I'lilUtleiphU ·), D e t r o i t :l. SI, Luul9 nl W a s h i n g t o n (iiuk riln). FiiiDAVs scm;nui,u D o l a r l l at \ V a » M n c t n u ( n i g h t ) . SI. l.ouli lit I'JlllatUIjlhU :?), OlKveUiHl at New York. Chicago lit llOKttm, Hrooklyii Vcw Vnrlf NATION A [. I . H A G UK W. ret, «.n. tt'.l (U III AD 110 "It (111 .·SIS lllVi .fill 'it . r-'n in intton - ('Inc/finaU , ·llUbiirsh . ...S.l NT .'JH1 HVt W E H N K S I M V 8 ItKSUl.TS Ilrpoklyii i). Cincinnati :i. i'MUilt-l|iliU :t," I'Uiiburjtli I, St. Louis a, Huston ·; (oltril 71? fimlnii New York at C h i c a g o (postponed, rain) VKIDAVS scimniii.E U r n n k l j i i nl Pittsburgh ( u l g h l l . ] liUAdelphla at CftielnnuU ( n l g h O . ISiulim l Chlcaiii. New York At St. l.nufx Probable Pitchers A M H I t l C A N l.KAOlll-: Chit^Kd (Tlorcn l'*-8 nt New York ( ( i o r iiaxt -l-l . OlnveUntl (Orumek (i-.M at lloilon ( I l i u l on » - » ) . SI. l.ouli ( H j m e li-l'J ami Coin 8-H ul ro :t Double No-Hit Game Pitched in Pony League TOTALS .......... SPENCEK^ -- I R. Stenger, ss, c .... Wise.' Sb . ............ Ilityei, Ib ---- ....... Unke. rf ------ ........ Anderllk. cf, !lb ..... Eckert, o . . . . . . . . . . . Siwln, 3b. 55 ....... Gibbon]. It ......... t r u c k l e , p . . . . . . . . . . Ahrens, cf ...... . . . · R a c l h c r , If ......... BATAVIA, N. Y. double no-hit game was lurncd in by Iwo Class D Pony League pitchers Wednesday with Bradford defeating Batavia 1-0. Frank Etchbcrgcr, a Philadelphia Phillies farmhand, gained the decision v over Jim Mitchell as Bradford put together a walk, sac rifice, wild pitch and an infield out for the lone run in the eighlh inning. Etchberger f a n n e d s i x a n d w a l k e d five. T h e 19-year-old Mitchell s t r u c k o u t five a n d passed one. A l l ;l 1 II I I (Shun il.ll niul l w l n l g h l , r i o u b l o h c i i i l c r . Only R n n l t H snhudnlcil. N A T I O N A L l.r.A llronklyn ( K r k l n u 11-5) (Krluiul A - l ( l ) . day. Two 19-Hole Wins he beat Tom Crabbe in a memorable 3G-hole match after Crabbe had held a decided advantage through most of the match. A trio of Des Moines pros will be in the meet, Joe Brown, Jack Hall and Pat Willcox. As a unit, they hold more state golf titles than any other 3-man crew you could select. Oilier professionals in the field include Adam Yurigan of Garner, one of Ihe longer sluggers in the stale who has been getting in lots of p r a c t i ce the past two weeks 1-SI, ul I'lttnliurgh New York ( J a l i s c u I I - K uud I.anler l i - l l l ) it Chicago ( M l n n n r l l - H anil Husk I ' M I ) , ^ gumes. lloituii. (Surkout 11-1(1 or .1 ester UO al St. [.null (1're.iko 7-H). n l i h t . Standings in Minors at the C t vi b. Country J a c k vo i; ·I U 10 1 II, ·Macklc W i l d Jones of Waterloo, the state P.G.A. champ; Don Palmer of Dubuquc; Bill Pachot of D e s Earle Rock Island; D a l e , Moines; Wilde' of Marion (Sonny) Hiskcy, the Twin Falls, Idaho, star, followed by a group of fans from his home town, won two matches the hard way. He whipped Jim Blair of Oakland Park, Kan., and Dr. George Trai nor, each on the 19th hole. Hiskey meets McElroy in the next set-to. The Canadian king has advanced with a 1-up triumph over Dale Morey, Martinsville, Ind., and 2 and 1 over Dan Silvestri, San Francisco city champ. Stranahan, plagued by water hazards--he had to wade into two of them to blast out--was eliminated by Don Cherry, the blond singing star, 3 and 1. Ed Mcistcr, Willoughby, Ohio, was a ( and 1 winner over Henry Parr, Garrison, Ind. M l l w a u k c n K a m a * O i l y A M K U I C A N ASSOCIATION W. L. Hi) SI. I'nul ................... r,! 1)11 nil Ill Louisville Minneapolis Indiana poll! C'nlumbUN * ................ o7 Chnrtealon IX n i n: HS I'cl. ,IUI .1111 Easter Leads Tribe Over Red Sox 18-8 By RALPH RODEN AP Sports Writer Ever since Luke Easier became u regular on (ho Cleveland Indians il has been said, ''As Easier goes so go tho Indians." Cleveland's pennant hopes have waxed and waned the past two seasons coinciding with the rise or decline of Easter's fortunes nl :he plate. A trick knee more than lack of punch in the clulch has been responsible for Easter's failure to deliver Ihe goods in the pnst. Uig Luke is hot right now uiui so arc the liHliaii.s, who, wilh Easier playing a lending roll, .sw.'impe the Boston Red Sox, 18-8, Weilncs day anil pulled to within a grime of the American League's front running Now .York Yankees. The Ynnks were humiliated, 12-3, bj Ihe Chicago While Sox. Philndel phla I ripped Del roll, -l-'l. A nigh game between SI. Louis ami Wash inglon was rained: oui. Dodgers Laid by 7 Brooklyn moved .seven gamo.s ahead of the New York Gianls ii Ihe National League chase, down ing Cincinnati, G-3. The Gianls am Chicago Cubs were rained out, Ii other games Philadelphia tamer. Pittsburgh, 3-1, and St. Loui trounced Boston, Sl-2, in a ganv called in the eighth inning bocnusi of rrtin. The Indians could lake over lit lead Thursday wilh the help of Chi cago. A Cleveland vidory ovc Boston and a Chicago triumph ove New York would enable the I n d i a n .0 move out in front by one per eentage point. Cleveland enters the . uruela stage of ils 12-gnme road trip Fr day : w h c n it invades Yankee Sin clium for a hvo game series, WESTERN L U A O U K W. I.. Colorado Springs 7U rtl Omaha 71 (if Ounvur 12 an Sioux Ully 71 1'neblo W l c h l l a Lincoln Oes Mulncs 01 (IK (ill r,:i ill THRKE-I L E A G U E · W. l i v a n s v t l l u Ill) Terre Haute (17 H i i r l l i i K t n n f i t ) Waterloo . . . , , . . , , . ; f»Ii Cedar Haiilils AO U u v r n p o r L (W Keiikuk nil HI Qnlncy . M l .M)l .Kill .IK ,-M'i ret. .Mi.l .111.1 .MO I'd. .Dili '·.fill* .1121) .101 .inn .inn .ltd .UK Bats In 6 Runt Easier, Hay Boone ' and La rr Doby were Ihe 'ringleaders. 1 Cleveland's rout of t h e ' R e d Sox Easier balled in six runs on grand-slam homer and |.wo single? Uoone sent six mates across on homer and two singles and Dob batted in a pair of runs o n ' h i 27lh homer and Iwo singles. Chicago c n m e up wilh a big ii nine to beat the Yanks. The Whil Sox scored six runs In the thlr inning to wipe 'out a 2-1 d e f i c i anil that was more than Saul Ho] ovin needed to hang up his 111 Iriumph. Harvey {Ihe Kitten) . Itatld Aug. 21, 1952 13 Maion CHf Clabe-Cittllt, Ma*w Cltf, ]«.- Second Guessers to Have Planning Meeting Tuesday A preliminary meeting will be held Tuesday, evening at 7 o'clock to make plans for the Second Guessers Club for the coming fall season. The club has operated for many years with interested sports fnns meeting at Monday luncheons at the YMCA with the Mason City coaches. · · , Anyone interested in attending the meeting is invited as a definite program of operation, will b e ' d e - cided. There is the possibility that a new time mny be set for the meetings this year to permit ;i higher possible attendance and also to allow for a bigger program without squeezing it in to n one hour lunch period. Tentative plans call for the club to begin operation on Sept. a. . ; : ; , : · : · ; The highlight of the Second Gucssers operation is a banquet hold at the conclusion of the fodt- bnll season to honor the Mohawk ami Trojan gridders. Chuck Schaf- fcr, committee c h a i r m a n last season, will be in charge of the meeting. LUKE E A S T E R --He's Hot Now urncd in a 5-hitter in his major eaguo debut for ile Cards. Hadclix, n w n i t i n g discharge from the Army, coasted home afler the Cards umped on Lew Burdolte for six ·tins In the second liming on three loubles, valks. three singles and two Tigers Have Lost 31 by Single Run PHILADELPHIA UP--The hist- lilncc Tigers would be in first plnce Thursday if they had won all the Annies they lost by one run this season. Wednesday night's '1-3 loss .0 the A'K piurkcd the 3lst giunc Detroit lost by one run this season «nd the'; 10th such game dropped that way lo.tlie A's. they Lucas, Des Moines Prep 1 Star, Enlists DJ3S MOINES l/n^-Frcd Lucas, 20, the fastest prep In the stritc last spring while r u n n i n g Tor East Des Moines High, has enlisted In the N a v y for four years. He had Intended to enroll jit Iowa in a few weeks. Lucas was nlso an all-state end in Iowa Coaches View Pro Grid Teams in Des Moines Clinic DBS MOINES W1 -- The Iowa High School Athletic Association's annual summer coaching school moved to DCS Moines Thursday lo watch a ' football clinic "conducted by the New York Giants professional tcnm. The Gidnts,. who will meet, lha Pittsburgh Stcclers in' an exhibition g a m e here Friday night, ,will hold the clinic-at 0:30 p. m.. at Drake Stadium lo be followed by u field demonstration by the professional players., The coaching school opened on the campus of lown State' College Monday, The Gianls will be making their second formal start of the exhibition season. They defeated the Green Bay Packers 7-0 last Sa'lur- ilay night. The Slcclcrs have a 14-9. loss ,lo the Chicago Bears and a scoreless lie wilh the Philadelphia Eagles In their two battles. 'Vcrn Stephens of. the Red Sox, led the American League sholstops In errors from 1D42 through '48. BROWN FORD TRUCK SERVICE see PRITCHARD MOTOR CO. Your Friendly Ford Dealer 702 1st S.E. Phone 922 TOTALS !'» ' '" Score by innings: MASON C1TV 1 ) 1 1 ) 0 0 0 0 0 1 -- 2 SPENCER 000 200 1 tx--I Error: Wise; runs batted I n : T. Stenger, Pearson, Wise, U u k e , Ahrens; two-baie bits: Waldrou. Hayes, E c k e r t i three-base hH: Unkc; stolen buses: H a y e s , G i l i b u n s . A n d c r l l k . Abrcnsi double plays: K r a l l lo Colloton: l e f t on base*: Mason City Spencer 7; bases on balls: Krall ' 1: s t r i k e - o u t s : Krall 2r M a c k i e pitches: Krall -'; passed ball: Ewanla u m p i r e s : Forbes, I r w l n i l i m e : 1:35. Most Prosecutions of Game Law Violations End in Convictions DES MOINES (;PI -- Out of 1,379 prosecutions for fish and game law violations in the year ended July 1 there were 1,371 convictions, the Iowa Conservation Commission re ported Thursday. Fines assessed during t h c 12 month period totaled $38,920 o, which $5,518 was suspended. In addition to the fines, 300 days of jail sentences were served, the commission said. In its enforcement work, the commission is even using air planes. The commission said the laics maj'or conviction was that of two fishermen who were fined $10C each for seining catfish in t h e Grand River near Dccatur on Aug 11. The two men were apprehendc by game officers who spotted then- while flying down the Grand ir search of illegal fishing operations Sonny and Don't Miss These Exciting SEMI-MODIFIED CARS 1948 MODELS or OLDER LOTS OF SPEED! SUNDAY, AUGUST 24 AFTERNOON RACES . .. TIME TRIALS 2:00 P. M. Admission $1.00 . . . Children Under 12 FREE When Accompanied by Parents RAIN CHECKS OF AUGUST 10 WILL BE HONORED Mohawk Speed Drome Mason City Airport . . . Highway 18 West Smith of Watcrtown, S.D.; Ryan of Madison, S.D. Gopher Champ Here Les Bolstad, w h o . h o l d s several linnesola Open titles, will be in he field. He is considered an out- tanding golf instructor and is the olf coach at the University of 'linncsota. Loddie Kempa of Kanas City, standout southpaw golf ro, probably will be in the field. The a m a t e u r field will be headed y Art Koch of Waterloo, present owa Amateur king. Free! Gordon f Bclmond, a former Iowa A m a - eur titlcholder and a consistently ligh placewinner, lias entered. Bill Cordingley of Minneapolis, a ormcr lowan, plans to make the .rip to Mason City. Among the other top-notch a m a - eur golfers from out o£ town who vill be on hand are Les Ilandt of miependcnco, George Lee of Hum- joldt, Bruce Osmundson of Thompson, J a c k Smith of Sioux Falls, S.D., Don Pcddic of Minneapolis, Johnny. Stolt?, of OUumwa and John nnd Don Eymann of Forest City. There is a possibility that Bo Winninger will be in the field. lie s rated one of the nation's outstanding amateur golfers. * Heading the list of local entrants will he Les Johnstone, current city and Country Club champion. Also set to play arc Lylc Humphrey, 7- .ime city champ, B o b Gocders.i winner of the Legion I n v i t a t i o n a l m e e t . Dr. J. W. Crossley, Ned Brandt, .lack Edwartis, Jerry Harrcr, Ed Clouse and Bud Dunn. Any one of the strong Mason City contingent mentioned above is capable of taking the top a m a t e u r a w a r d . Middlecoff, Boros Bid for Title in Ft. Wayne Open FOHT WAYNE, Ind. UP--Cary Middlecoff, one of the hottest shot- makers on the current pro golf circuit, ' went after his fifth m a j o r championship of the season Thursday as the $15,000 Kort Wayne Open began. The golfing dentist from Memphis, Tcnn., who last M o n d a y won the Kansas City Open in a special play - off against young Jack Burke Jr., prepared himself for the ·1-day, 72-holc lest Wednesday by touring the front nine of the rolling Elks Country Club course in 34-two under par. J u l i u s Koro.s, U.S. Open here for the first time, matched Middlecoff's scorecard, and neither played the back nine. Middlecoff must win here to keep alive his hopes of becoming top money winner of Ihe touring pros. He now trails Boros, who whipped him in a play-off in the lucralivc Tarn O'Shantcr "World's Championship" earlier this monlli, by some $4,200. KlfrllT It? Tlir AnsocUtnl J'rcxs ClUCAUn -- H i l l y Graham. I IX, Nrw York, nut pointed Carmen JlaulUo, 11f! 1 /?, Citnaxtcila, N. Y., 10. J' O It T H C A W I,, Wales--Cliff C n r v l s . S w a n N c a , nut pointed Danny "llnxij? llnnx" \Vornher. Chlrajto, 10. Sports Calendar THURSDAY -- (haseball) Legionnaires at Carroll. j FRIDAY--(baseball) Carroll a l j Legionnaires, time 8:30. ( g o l f ) j Best-ball team matches in Iowa Open at Mason City Country "'Club, (tefinis) Play begins in YMCA tournament. SATURDAY--(baseball) Carroll at Legionnaires, time 8. (golf) First 38 holes of Iowa Open at Country Club. SUNDAY--(golf) Finals of Iowa Open at Country Club, (racing) Stock car races at Mohawk Speed Drome, t i m e 2. MONDAY -- (football) Football practice opens for high school, drills at 0:30 and 2. 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