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Baseball in the Majors NATIONAL A w. rci. SO 28 I JS 31 j.i ijag 18 3.T AnccUi San Francisco J'itUburiti St. Louis CJucliuiitl Milwaukee. Philadelphia Houston C.B.

ft VI Chicago 28 2 homers help Phils defeat Giants; Dodders in first THURSDAY RESULTS Chicago 7, St. Louis 1. Philadelphia 7, Francisco I.us Angeles 5, N'ew YorfcM (IS lu- Only games scheduled. I A GAMES Chicago at Milwaukee (uighl). Buhl 5 vs.

Spahn i'UUburgh at SI. Louis McBean (6-5) vs. Simmons (7-4. Cincinnati at Houston (night), O'Toole (Ml) vs. Johuson (i-S).

New York at Los Angeles (night). Book (5-8) vs. Moeller (5-4). Philadelphia at Sin Francisco (night), Beunett vs. O'Dell SATURDAY GAMES Chicago at Milwaukee.

Philadelphia at San Francisco. Pittsburgh at Si. Louis, jiigut. Cincinnati at Houston, night. New York at Los Angeles, night.

AMERICAN A W. L. 1'ct G.B. Cleveland 4 1 SO .577 New York UK SO Hz J.os Angeles -Ill Minnesota fi Hs Baltimore arc -I Detroit Chicago 3S 7 Kansas City 35 Boston 33 4(J 9 Washington 47 17 THURSDAY RESULTS I.os Angeles 19, Boston 7. New York 4, Minnesota i.

Baltimore 6. Chicago 0. Kansas City 10, Washington 7. Only games scheduled. FRIDAY GAMES Los Angeles at New York (afghl), McBrlde H-3) vs.

Ford (5-1). Cleveland at Chicago (night), Perry K-t) vs. Herbert (6-1). Minnesota at Washington (night), Bo, nikowskl (5-7) vs. Stenhouse (5-2).

Kansas City at Boston (night), Segul (J-'O vs. Xonbouquetle (6-7). Detroit at Baltimore (alghl), Agulrre (5-'i) vs. Estrada (1-8). SATURDAY GAMES I.oj Angeles at New York.

Cleveland at Chicago. Kansas City at Boston. Minnesota at Washington, nighl. Detroit at Baltimore, 2, twi-uight. DON DEMETER --Nice trip By MIKE RATHET Associated Sports Writer trip from Los A to Philadelphia has put Don Demeter on the road to success.

And, at the moment, the Dodgers couldn't be happier over he long iide that changed the jvomising outfielder from an expendable to an untouchable. The 27-year-old right-handed swinger gave his former Dodger mates an assist Thursday, power ing two homers as the Phillies whipped San Francisco 7-2 and gave Los Angeles an opportunity to regain first place in the National League. If took Dodgers 13 innings and 4 hours and 9 minutes to grab the chance, finally subduing the stubborn New York Mets 5-4 when Frank Howard doubled Jim GUV iam home with the winning run. That gave the Dodgers a halt- game edge over the runner-up 'Hants. The Dodgers sent Demeter to Philadelphia last year for pitcher Dick Farrell and inficlder Joe Koppe--both no longer with the Dodgers.

Demeler, meanwhile, has become the Phiis' top power producer. He got the Phils started against the Giants with a second inning homer, then hit a two-run shot in the seventh that snapped a 2-2 tie and ended San Francisco's- five-game victory string. Besides the games involving the leaders, only one other was scheduled in the NL. The Chicago Cubs knocked off fourth-place St. Louis 7-2.

Hiding in Mdrsholltown Jim Iowa end, killed In truck accident June 8. after regu- RUTH JESSEN --3 ahead of champ Ruth Jessen leads by 3 Fires 72 in U.S. Women's Open S.C. (API- Ruth Jessen, who majored in journalism at Seattle made a bit of news herself as she carried- a record-equalling first round lead into Friday's second round of the 10th U.S. Golf Association Women's Open; Tournament.

The trim blonde a professional for six-years despite her youthful tne only player.in the field of 68 to match par 72. That gave her a three-stroke lead over Mickey Wright, the defending champion and three-time winner in the last four years. Mickey's 75 tied her for runnerup Gordon Helgens, 21, outstanding end on last fall's University of Iowa football team, was killed Thursday in a traffic accident. Helgens, a summer employe Ihe Men's Reformatory at Anamosa, was riding in a State Board of Control truck with" a prison inmate when with another truck at a street intersection. A reformatory spokesman said the assigned driver of the state truck was Larry Tremmel, 22, of Sigourney, serving a seven year sentence on a false check charge.

Tremmel was not seriously hurt. Helgens," a three sport athlete at Monticello High School, was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Helgens of Scotch Grove in Jones County. He was born Aug.

24, 1940 and was graduated from high school in 1960. He lettered in football, basketball and track. The reformatory truck was carrying a load of steel chairs anc license plates, products of the prison industries shop. The chairs were consigned to the low Soldiers Home here arid the li cense plates to the Marshall Coun ty treasurer's office. The truck collided with one owned by-the Coca-Cola Bottling Co.

It was driven by Delber Sonnenberg, 26, of Marshalltown Sonnenberg was treated for cut and bruises at a hospital. The Coca Cola truck tippe over. The trucks sheared off utility pole after colliding at the intersection of 4th and Linn Streets. Police said there were no wit nesses to the accident and ha not determined the cause. Helgens started work at the re ar school year at the university completed.

He was employed the license plate department. Although a back in high school, Helgens played end for the yes. He was outstanding at of- ense and defense. Assistant Coach Bob Flora said, We were' counting heavily on im this fall. He was among the op 11 players.

He was an unusually fine boy-a wonderful boy," Flora said. He had everything; as fine rerson as you would want "It will be a terrible personal oss to everyone'at the university, le was active in campus affairs utside of football." Helgens was 6 foot'. 2, weighed 190 pounds and a "fine student, above average," Flora said. He would be entering his junior year. Helgens earned a letter last Bob and Clay also.homered for the Phils.

Jim Dwens started, for the Phillies, out left in the second when a double by Orlando Cepeda, Felipe Alou's bunt single, a walk, Jim Davenport's ground out and Jose Pagan's infield single scored the Giants' runs. Rookie Billy Smith (1-1) took over and allowed only six hits the rest of the way. Juan Marichal (11-5) was the loser. The winner came across for the Dodgers when Giliiam opened with- a walk off Ken MacKenzie (2-3), moved to second as Willie Davis grounded out and raced iome on Howard's hit. That gave the victory to Ed Roebuck (5-0), who allowed the Mets only two hits for 5 1-3 innings.

The Dodgers had tied it in the eighth on Maury Wills' triple and a single by Gil Ham after the New Yorkers hac pulled ahead in the top of the in ning when Gene Woodling scorec one run with a sacrifice fly am pinch hitter Rod Kanehl knocked in two with.a bases-loaded single Cal Koonce (6-2), a 21-year-ol( rookie, scattered 10 St. Louis hits A first inning run-producing triple by Billy Williams and Erni Banks' two-run double in the thirc put it away early against the Car dinals and Bob Gibson (9-6). When it comes to cutting tlv bad guys off at the pass, the York Yankees call on Marshal (The Sheriff) Bridges, one of th fastest guns in the America League. He halted another uprisin Thursday as the Yankees bea Minnesota 4-2 and leap-frogge into second place. The left-hande fireballer.

came in with the base filled and two runs across in th eighth inning, fanned "Don Min cher for out, then hel the Twins ninth. It was the 22nd appearance the season for, Bridges; 31, short-stint specialist who has bee a valuable replacement for th injured southpaw relief' star, Lu rroyo. Bridges' latest pcrform- nce saved for Bill lafford, who was supported by help from Roger Maris nd Mickey Mantle. By w.inning, the Yankees look ver the runnerup spot in a vir- ual deadlock with Minnesota and Angeles-all games be- ind Cleveland. New York has a edge on tie Angels, who in turn are'three jojnts ahead of the Twins.

The Angels bombed Boston 19-7, Baltimore completed a three- sweep of Chicago on Steve Barber's shutout pitching, "6-0, nd Kansas City outscored Wash- ngton 10-7 in other AL action. Cleveland and Detroit had the day 'ff. Maris and Mantle homered in he fourth and the Yankees made 3-2 against loser Jack Kralick the seventh when Elslon Howard doubled and eventually scored on an error. The Angels sprayed 18 hits and collected 13 walks against five ted Sox pitchers. Los Angeles lad a pair of five-run innings, in he fourth and seventh.

Winning pitcher Eli Grba got two hits and 'our runs batted in'. The loss went 1961 rookie of the year, Don Schwall, whose record now is 2-9. Barber gave up eight hits and seven walks in Baltimore's shutout 'Over the White Sox. Brooks Robinson sent the Orioles ahead with a first inning homer off Don Zanni and singled in another run in the Manny Jimenez, the AL's top batter, teamed with the recently- acquired Billy Console to pace the Athletics in the hitting match at Jimenez increased his average to .351 with a double and two singles, while Console had three hits. All told, Kansas City collected '18 hits.

The Senators had 13 in losing their fourth in a row. Jerry Walker was the winning pitcher and Don Rudolph the loser. June 29, 1942 Nicklaus 70, Palmer 73 Hawkins leading with 68 in Western Open JIM HELGENS --Hawkeye gridder "He was a good receiver, could move and had good hands," the coach added. "I predict have been team captain by his senior year. We were real pleased with him, and the fellows thought a lot of The furniture was for the new Soldiers Home to be dedicated Sunday.

Tremmel, sentenced to the reformatory in 1957, received bruises. Authorities said Helgens was thrown from the truck and apparently struck the metal intake of a storm sewer. An attending physician at the hospital said Helgens' ribs were torn loose from the spinal column. Austin Legion team beats Mason Cijfy 4-1 FRED HAWKINS --3 under par City golf tourney to By JERRY LISKA CHICAGO (AP)-Arnohl Palmer's putter was sour, U.S. Open champion Jack Nicklaus strokes off the pace and the $50,000 Western Open golf tournament" entered Friday's second round, plainly anybody's party.

The one-stroke leader after Medinah Country Club's "Big BcarU No. 3 course Thursday shook up jolf's lop players was Fred Haw- tins who moved ahead with a 3- under-par G8. Hawkins, whose only PGA triumph in 16 years on the cash-and- carry trail was a 1956 victory in the Oklahoma City Open, was one of only six players among 135 starters to crack Medinah's par 71. A stroke behind Hawkins, 38; from El Paso, was a trio pf 69 shooters--Jack Cubit, Charles Sifford and Paul Harney while Nicklaus and Moon Mullins were the only other sub-par shooters with 70's. Palmer, who labored on the putting practice green hours after he turned in a 73 in a horrible finish, seemed in a daze over his failure on the greens dating from the U.S.

Open two weeks ago. Palmer bogeyed the par three 17th ami doubled-bogeyed the par four 18th. Only 5 Yanks still in running fit 1 WimhlpHnn (handed Mason City Legion TY i I in the'Southern WIMBLEDON, England (UPlj-- Minnesota League at Roosevelt The city golf tournament in Mason City at the Country Club has moved to the semifinal round 'in all flights. The semifinal matches a be completed by Saturday with finals in all flights to be played Sunday. Competition has been rugged in the champibristiip: flight.

In the upper bracket second round play, Al Pogeler a By GARY MOTT The Austin Legion baseball team The United States contingent in F'eld Thursday night 4-1. Mason the singles divisions of the Wim- City now has a 4-1 league record Dledon, tennis championships The only run 'for the local club reduced to five players after onlyTcame in the second inning when East backfield vs. West line in All-America tilt Brown was relieved in the third inning after he gave up four hits and a walk. Harris then came in City and allbwed three hits and two runs, one walk and struck out four. The Mason City club now has a 7-2 record for all games played season.

four days of competition. Bob Harrer singled, went to third Frank Froehling, a skinny col- on a bunt by Leon Haxton, and honors with Joann Prentice of Birmingham, Ala. Miss Jessen's 36-36 equalled the largest first-round lead in the 10- year history of the tourney under USGA sponsorship. Back in 1953, Patty Berg led by three shots after the first round at Rochester, N.Y., but went on to finish third. Ruth was the only player to negotiate a par on either nine of the course, which is playing exceptionally long after recent rains.

Sharing fourth place at 76, four shots off the 'lead, were professionals Jackie Pung, Barbara Romack and Mrs. Marlene Bauer Hagge. HlLLMAN RETIRES KINGSPORT, Tenn. Wr-Dave Hillman, a pitcher the Nevf York Mets since April 27 and a By JACK HAND BUFFALO, N.Y, CAP) Football in June? That's right. Friday night is the night of the second All-America game between the stars of the East and West at War Memorial Stadium.

About 22,000 fans are expected to turn out to-see the pro-bound collegians of '61 do their stuff. two of the 61 players are signed to professional contracts. Twenty-eight will play in the National Football League, 18 in the American League and 12 in Canada. The other two. are Greg Math'er of Navy and Al Rushatz of Army, who will be otherwise occupied.

The proceedings will be carriec on network (NBC) television with the kickoff slated for 7:30 p.m with the Buffalo area blacked out A hot, humid night is forecast. Many of the top college coaches and most of the American Foot ball League brass has turned ou for the'game, which is co-spon sored by: The American Footbal Coaches Association, the Buffal Evening News and the Buffalo Junior Chamber of Commerce. Coach Woody Hayes (Ohr State) has an explosive backfield on his Eastern team, with Roman hy winner and Notre Dame's Dabiero will be the half- lacks with Ohio State's Bob Fer- pounds full- The Western team, with Muray Warmath (Minnesota) as the lead coach, will present a solid ine, anchored by the two huge Jtah State tackles, 6-5, 275-pound Merlin Olsen and 6-5 250-pound Bud Miller. veteran of 12 years in professional baseball, announced his retirement Friday. He recently was released by the Mets.

Gabriel of No-th Carolina State 6-foot-4, 228-pound quarterback a Lhe controls. Ernie Davis, flashj Syracuse back and Heisman Tro For Only 2Sc Hie WHITEST, HAND FOLDED thirtt in town KATZ CLEANERS 77 GA 1-7975 lege: student from Coral was the lone Yank survivor in the men's singles. Billie Jean Moffitt, Darlene Hard, a Hantze Susman and Vicky Palmer were the U. S. representatives in the women's singles.

They were all that remained of the 31 Americans--16 men and 15 women--who started singles play Monday in this ancient tournament, which is recognized as the "world series" of amateur tennis. Wednesday, Whitney Reed of Alameda, America's No. 1 player, and Davis Cupper Dennis Ralston of Bakersfield, a 1 i were eliminated. Rod Laver of who beat Mckinley in Jasl year's final, needed only an hour to outclass 6-4, 6-1; 6-4. Marty Mulligan, another member of the powerful Aussie team, fought off three match points in outlasting Ralston, 3-7, ft-7, 6-3, 2-6, then scored on a bunt by Denny Abel.

The only other threat that Mason City had was in the fifth inning when the club had men on first and second with no outs, but failed to score. Austin scored one run each fourth and fifth innings. They scored the run in the fourth on three straight hits. fifth inning run came Tim boxscore AUSTIN' I AR I Daly, S. SchmHt, cf T.

Schmlll, ss Ball, rf .1 a 4 House, 2b' Slpple, 3 Burke, I 2 Baruth. 1 TOTALS MASON CITV I A Sandy great quarterback at Minnesota, who is going to play his pro ball Canada, will start for the West. Jim Saxton of Texas and Bobby Lee Thompson of Arizona will be at the halfbacks. Art Perkins of torth Texas State will be the fullback. The will play college rules, 1962 version, with two wild cards substitutes permitted after each play.

Although some players will double up on offense an'd defense, especially the West squad, the East will try to play a separate defensive unit if possible. MIDWEST LEAGUE BASEBALL STANDINGS w. Dubuque 3fi 29 i 27 Schmitt singled, stole second and then scored on Jerry Kurwa's single. The winners added two runs to their lead in the seventh; inning. Dan Daly started'the; inning off with a single.

Daly reached second when Charlie Harris, Mason City's pitcher, walked Schmitt. Both Daly and Schmitt scored when Tim Schmitt reached first base on an error. Jerry Brown started the game for the local club. In the first two innings Brown struck out five of the six batters to face him. Ilickok, -b a Stroeh, cf 3 Nonas, 2 Harrer, ss Haxton.

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.551 .519 .510 .423 .408 .316 7Vi 7Vi SVi SVi 13Vr J4 lit Froehling, a 6-4 beanpole who attends Trinity, University, was left to carry on alone for Uncle Sam in the men's division when he turned back Owen Davidson of Australia, 8-6, 7-5, 6-8, 6-4. Bud's to play two games with D.M. All-Stars Bud's Used Cars will play the DCS Moines All-Stars a doubleheader softball Sunday at the Frontier Ball Park. The first game starts at 7:30. DCS Moines, which leads the American Association League with 12 wins and no losses, will have Tom Poslom and Dick Trachle on the mound.

1 II I) 1 II 1 II 0 II (I I II RBI (i i) i (i i RRI i i Sports calendar FRIDAY (baseball) Rockwell vs. Mason in county Legion baseball finals, Roosevelt Field, time 8. SATURDAY--(baseball) Mankato at Mason City Braves, time 8. SUNDAY (baseball) Mason City Braves at Mankato, time 7:15. Mason City Legion at Bancroft, time 8.

(golf) Finals of men's city Clarmond Amateur. MONDAY--(baseball) Algona Garrigan at Mason City Legion, time 8. SATURDAY--(baseball) A i Packers at Mason City Braves, time 8. TOTALS X--singled for Tiedeman In nth. XX--Struck out for Harris in 7th.

A i 001 IIXI 0 Mason City 010 000 0-- I 5 I E--Stroeh. Harrer Abel 2. DP-Brawn to Harrer to Tietfeman, Abel to Ilickok to I.loyrf. LOB--Mason City Austin 2B--Haxton. SB--Harrer, T.

Schmitt. S---Haxton. Abel. IP ER BB SO 8 I Austin Comer 3-2 and Jack Lansing el i i a.t Jack Sprague 3 1. Two second round matches in the lower bracket went extra holes with a 'pair of veterans coming out on top.

Jerry Harrer, the only former city; champion still in the running, nipped Don Sieleman' 1-up on 19 holes and Jack" Edwards had same deal in getting past John Gilmore. The results: CHAMPIONSHIP Al Pojeler def. Austin Comer 3-7. Jack def. Jack Sprajrue 3-1 Jerry Harrer Don Sieleman I up.

hntes. Jack Edwards def. John Gilmore up, II) hnlrs. FIRST I Reuben Demand def. Elmer Surseif 5-1.

SECOND FLIGHT Vince Goodman dcf. a i Goodman def. Vie Spindler 1-np, 22 holes. Steve Martin def. i Vanlleel Bill Moulder dot.

Hob Harrer --1. I FLIGHT Ben tvatis def. JEd Strfft i-up. Dick i a won from Jon McCuskey, by default. Dick Downs def.

Greg Teas 5- FOURTIf FI.IGIIT Bud Tiler def. George i 2-n'p, i Oglesby def. Chuck Muncy I-up, holes. DECKER LEAGUE SOFTBALL STANDINGS putted worse here than at Dakmont--I cari't even get near the cup anymore," said a three-stroke victim in the National Open playoff with "It's awfully frustrating. rather have shot an 80 than the way I played the first round strokes behind Hawkins at even par 71 were six players, including Sammy Randy Glover, Dow Finsterwald, Al Gie- berger, Ken Still and Bob Brue.

Deadlocked at 72 were no fewer than 11 players, including South African Gary Player. Southern Minnesota League Standings Mason City Austin Hloomington Owatonna Albert W. L. Pet. 1.000 .600 14 (HI G.B.

4- Mankato I SATURDAY' A Mankalo at Mason Git)-. SUNDAY GAMES Owatouna at Austin. Mason City at Mankato. Austin at Bloom inglbn. CHURCH LEAGUE SOFTBALL RESULTS First Methodist 3, Our Savior; Z.

Trinity Lutheran 23, Nazarene 2. Holy Family 22, Greek Orthodox 1 0 Semi-Modified' Thrills Chills Spills Time Trials 7:30 P.M. Races 8:00 P.M. EVERY SUNDAY AffO HOLIDAYS WRIGHT COUNTY Raceways Highways (9 and 3 CUrion and ttaruth (W) 7 I Brown (L) 5 i Harris i 1 U--Siefken, Thomson. County tourney finals Friday evening of 8 Rockwell and Mason City will play the finals of the Cerro Gordo County Legion baseball tournament Friday evening 8 o'clock at Roosevelt Field.

The Rockwell team beat Thornton 4-0 in a first round game while Mason City drew bye. The winner of Friday's game will 90 into district tournament competition. Irish Hams Tall Korn Mellosweet 5 Town Club lowana Korn Kist Quality ON A HOT NIGHT nothing like the Cool at the there's Breezes GOLF TEE Driving Range Highway 18 West OPEN 1 P.M. to 9 P.M. Darrell Maxine Judd Listesuto the SPORTS ROUNDUP Fri.

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