Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on August 27, 1952 · Page 14
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 27, 1952
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14 Au0. 17, 1952 M»«nn Cllf niotie.fitiMlf, Mtinn Clly, M. Says Tribe's Hopes Rest With Boone By G A Y L E TALBOT NttW YCWK lyP)--It is sad to see M a n a g e r Al Lope/, throw in the towel and, in of feet, concede that his Cleveland Indians are out of the A m e r i c a n League race. H came the other day in the form of Ihc indefinite benching of Kay Jjoonc, the Tribe's regular shortstop. Lopez said nbone's place would be taken ly George Strickland, a walve-typc shortstop recently obtained from Pittsburgh. The decision came after the jittery JJnone committed three errors in one game. Tough Decision It was a tough decision to make. Ho knew t h a t , w i t h Hoonc playing! well, the I n d i a n s would h a v e a chance. It has long since been proved SOLID 'SHOULDER HLOCKS--Two Mason City Hitfh School KnUclora, who arc expected lo load tho blocking in the Mohawk offense, tear into d u m m i e s in Tucaday'H drills At loft is Fidllmck Lloyd Tatfcsoruiml fit riKht i« Guard Duke EUiriKHon. Holding the dummies arc two biy tadtlea, Jay Daltfolly (190), left, and Larry Kckrmrdt (210) Joice, Thompson in Loop Playoffs JOTCE--The Joicc Legionnaires, fourth-place finishers in the final standings of the Borderline League, open, league playoffs at Thompson Thursday night. Thompson f i n - ished on top with a I D - l record, Joloc, with a n-i victory over l-'er- lilc Sunday, finished In the No. spot with n 7-7 mark. Quebec supplies two-thirds of the world's asbestos. Wilson Walker Cup GOLF CLUBS 5 Irons, . t l l . . 37.50 2 Woods.'.,.,. 20.00 1 Ba9 ' 5.95 Total Value. . 63.45 Now C^flC ^Jft Only $$O«$U These clubs all have tho famous Wilson exclusive reminder grip. OTHER GOLF CLUBS REDUCED New Setup Planned for Second Guessers Oub Will Meet Evenings A p l a n n i n g m e e t i n g for the Second Guessers Club in Mason City was held Tuesday evening at the YMCA at which proposals were made for the lOSZ-. 1 );) club operation and from tho tentative plans set down it appears ( h a t t h e . club will luivc Its biggcsl season of operation. In tho past, the club met JVIon- Jay noons at a luncheon at the Y with the coaches of the Mason City schools g i v i n g short talks on the progress of their squads. l''rc- ciucnUy football and basketball films wore shown and the big proj- FORD SERVICE see PRITCHARD MOTOR CO. Your Friendly Ford Dealer 202 1st S.E. . Phone 922 Arc you a m e m b e r of one of the following groups and ore looking for a form of recreation for the fall and winter months-Civic Clubs Service Clubs Women's Groups Lodges Future Farmers Farm Bureau Veterans Groups Industrial Concerns Business Concerns Church Groups 4-H Clubs FOR AH EVENING OUT We .are able lo lake a 20 member group, men or women and a 50 member group, men or women. We have a good night available. You do not have to be a regular bowler lo gel into this program. We are willing to work with any organization in Ihe Mason City Trade Area. If interested, call cct of tho c l u b ' W u s an n n r u i . i l ' b a n - quet at which member's of the high school nnd junior college football squads were honored. The iicvv operation w i l l be consid- e r a b l y d i f f e r e n t with tho big foot- b a l l banquet lo bo the major parl lo be retained. Dinner at 4:30 The meetings now will be held at night, probably on Mondays. A dinner will be served at 0:30 a f t e r which there will be n big program at cnch meeting w i t h closing time set for a b o u t 8:30..Instead of dealing strictly with school athletics, the Second Guessers p l a n to b r a n c h into all fields of sports activity w i t h special guests to appear. Also planned is the showing of sporlf films. The former o p e r a t i o n w a s j a m m e d into u noon hour and wa. not s u f f i c i e n t to conduct a well .rounded program. M a n y persons I could not be free during the noon hour and the evening meetings arc expected lo attract m a n y more sports minded persons in Muson Icily. Club M e m b e r s h i p /There also will be a membership for the club this season. The charge w i l l be $1 and tho money from memberships Avill be used for staging programs and also help in the cost of tho a n n u a l banquet. The plan Is lo sell the membership cards at the first meeting on the evening of. Sept. 8 and this card will be necessary for admission throughout, .the winter season except that members may bring guests through reservation. A coifing will be necessary for the number of memberships in the club and this figure is expected lo be sel at about MO. There also will be officers in the club and Chuck Schaffer, committee c h a i r m a n last year, has named a n o m i n a t i n g committee to submit a list of candidates for a group of officers and a board of directors This is made up of Jim Vanllcel [ c h a i r m a n , .Burl SuU-r, Bob.Ucsloii [and Henry H v a t t u m . The officers lor the c l u b and the board will be selected at the opening meeting. Rob Roller Rink at Nora Springs 'CHARLES' CITY-Burglars entered tho Jack H a d a m a c h c r roller 1 nnk tent at Nora Springs and look Wl a f t e r prying open a cash rcg- iistcr. The burglary was discovered . M o n d a y morning by the operator ,."f the rink, according to Floyd (County Sheriff B. F. Athcrton who Pmvestigalcd the break-in. j Sheriff Athcrton said the $21 tak- ;en included 16 one dollar bills and jone five dollar bill. Sheriff Athcr- ton. said the burglars l e f t approxi- |,malely Sl5 in .change b e h i n d . The ' s h e r i f f ' said he obtained finger- ts and is still inve.sUgriling'thc i b r c a k - i n . that you can't wm a flag without a first-class shortstop. .JVlaybc you can get by with mediocre first-basing and even support an outfielder or two who are only average. But you must have a shortstop who 'can go and get them in the tight spots 'and make the big double play which gets a pitcher out of trouble. The record showed that Boonc last year, in his first full season after succeeding Lou Boudreau, had made 33 errors while the Indians were finishing second to the Yanks. Boone's fielding average last year was .057. Might E a s e Strain It can only he hoped that an extended period on the bench will ease the strain on Boonc's nerves and that he will yet come hack to play the brand of ball of which he is capable. Until Boonc returns, the Indians arc cooked as pennant contenders. CALL 731 G.I. CAB LINE Fight Results Hy the Atioclaled Tresi MO.NTRKA1 Johnny Greco. 117, Montreal, outpointed Atmini Si role, 13U, Mon- Ireil. 13. .MIAMI -- Bubr V n q u c t , 136. Mexico City, outpointed Kalpb D u p a i , 135, N e w Orleans. 1. N K W A K K . N.Y. -- Gene J«me«, SIS',4, Camden,,. N.J... outpointed. Kill. GJIlUm, ·I1W, Newark. X. I.OH ANOEI.KS --Al Cruz. HI, l.ol An- gclci. stopped Hector Kloi* I'll, El F*o, Tex., 1, PASTOR RESIGNS WAUCOMA--John Crcts, student p a s t o r a t t h e Congregational Church, will deliver his last sermon Aug. 31. He has resigned to accept a teaching position in the Dubuque Seminary, Dubuque. AUTHORIZED fllcujtaq Sales Service PHONE 162 Home Appliance Co. 20 Second St. N. E. 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