Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 3, 1957 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 3, 1957
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Coon and Breda Post Wins; Carroll Entertains Manning 1 1 III 11111 T T * ft Timet Herald, Carroll, lew KEYBOARD: SUSTAINS INJURY: Bryan Emory, Coon Rapids out-' fielder, suffered the loss of two teeth and a cut lip when he lost! a fly ball in a baseball game at' Churdan on Tuesday night and' was struck in the mouth. j The mishap was in the fourth Inning. Jack Pierrick hit a fly into short right field. The fielder had trouble judging the flight of the ball and was forced to leave the game when it bounded off his! face. He was taken to a Churdan! physician where one stitch was! required to close the cut on his lip. the Churdan management reported. * * * MANNING PROGRAM. Midget and Pee-Wee clubs are working out under the coaching of Gilbert Phillips In their first outing, The Midgets lost to Manilla, 6-5, and the Pee-Wees were edged by a 6-4 score. The Midget roster includes Gary McNutt, Fred Nulle, Larry Rowedder, Gary Rowedder, Paul Spieker, Dennis Loftus, J oh n Campbell. Lenny Carsten. Dave Nelson and Dick Vaudt. The Pee-Wees include Curtis Jensen, Albert Jansen, Allen Rowedder, Don Pratt, Steven Rutz, Ralph Dobler, Kennard Carsten, Dennis Vaudt, Pat Callender. Steven Ruhde and Billy Saunders. Their next games are scheduled on July 7 with Templeton at Manning and will start at 1:30 p.m. * * * VAIL GIRLS: Three lop-sided triumphs have been recorded in the past week by the Vail girls' Softball team. They defeated Gray. 10-3. That was followed by a 20-14 win over Manilla and a 28-11 decision over Denison. The season record for the Vail girls is 9-2 and their next game is with Battle Creek at Vail on Friday. Kid Hurler Weakens in No-Hit Bid ST. LOUIS W—A baseball miracle appeared to be in the making for six tense innings Tuesday! night as an 18-year-old boy pitched a perfect game against the powerful Milwaukee Braves. Von McDaniel, the St. Louis Cardinal's ' sensational bonus pitcher just six weeks out of' high school_at Hollis. Okla., retired the first 18 Braves to face him. He weakened in the seventh, but with the help of relief ace Hoyt Wilhelm, won his fourth straight victory, 4-2, and knocked the Braves out of the National League lead. The Oklahoma lad, younger brother of the Cards' Lindy McDaniel, was quite aware that he had a perfect game going, he said later, but thought it was "unlikely" that he could hold Milwaukee hitless. "They told me I didn't have as much stuff in the seventh," Von said after talking with Manager Fred Hutchinson and catcher Hal Smith. "It might be that I haven't learned to pace myself over nine innings." Individual Averages For Little Leaguers Little League Averages Player Team Oxenford Braves Carlson „ Dodgers Kelly Braves Thomas ...... — Dodgers Frank ........Cubs O'Herron - - Yanks Hagedorn „ Braves Page Cubs Provopulos .....J Dodgers Quinn Yanks Schleisman ~ » Cubs Sullivan ...„ - ...........Dodgers Feld - ...Cubs Kackly Dodgers Bernholz Braves Booth ~ .......Cubs Ferlic Cubs Buchhoiz .„.„ ........... Yanks (At bat 10 or more times) Team Batting Averages: AB Braves 136 Business & Professional Directory W. L WARD D.S.C. CHIROPODIST FOOT SPECIALIST 215 N. Carroll Street Offte* 9782 Horn* 9587 DR. M. J. HALL DENTIST 207 East 5th St. Dial 9774 Dr. Rex W. Hinson Optometrist Complete Visual Care _..102 West 5th St. — Dial-9687 Clottd Saturday Afternoon During School Vacation Dr. John E. Martin OPTOMETRIST Vision Special lit Offleo Ovor Woolworth Storo Hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Dial 9709 AB H Avg. 25 15 .600 19 11 .579 21 10 .476 17 8 .471 15 " 7 .467 20 9 .450 27 12 .444 12 5 .417 15 6 .400 15 6 .400 13 5 .385 14 5 .357 18 6 .333 15 5 .333 16 5 .313 13 4 .308 13 4 .308 10 3 .300 Final Nod On Starter At the Park Indecision on the choice of the starting pitcher keynoted Carroll's preparations for the lnva> sion by Manning in Central State League play here Wednesday night. Manager Don Burgess said early Wednesday that he wouldn't make a final decision until shortly before game time at 8:15 p.m. The probables are limited to three players. They are Manager Burgess, Frank Beck and Rollie Niehaus. Top Relief Hurler The Carroll pilot, who ranks as one of the top relief hurlers in the annals of Merchant baseball, mayj Breda 7, Audubon 3; Leaders Widen Bulge Coon Rapids opened up a full game bulge on the second-place Carroll Merchants with a 4-2 triumph over Churdan while the Breda Eagles recorded their first win of the season with a 7-3 decision over Audubon to tighten up the middle standings In the Central State League Tuesday night. A three-run triple by Don Schenkelberg in the seventh inning capped Breda's first victory. The blast into' center-field came with two away and the sacks loaded and was hit off Ray Johnson, the third Audubon hurler to see action. The Eagles had scored a pair of runs in the second and added single tallies in the fourth and decide to reserve that role for!eighth to hand the Cardinals their Complete Visual Sarvico Dr. 0. M. O'Connor Optometrist—Visual Specialist Office Ovsr Matt Hardware Hour* 9 to 5, Evanitif t by Appointment. Dial 3314 Carroll CARROLL CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC DR. R. A. HEESE Complete Chiropractic Health Service Dial 3402 — Kospko Building Ralph M. Crane ATTORNEY .AT4 .AW 114% N. Adams St. Dial 3161 Al Boss Specializing In Livestock Farm Auctions Dial 2363 - Carroll Dr. J. G. Donovan CHIROPRACTOR 410 West 3rd St. Office — Dial 3716 Residence — Dial 2283 Meyers & Tan Creti ATTORN EYS-AT-L AW Practice in all courts. Abstracts examined. Estates settled. Urban J. Janning New York Lift Insurance Co. Life, Annuities, Accident, Sickness, Hospital A Group CARROLL, IOWA Iowa Land Service Company Farm Management Farm Records V. Stuart Perry - Dial 9883 Dr. Roland B. Morrison, M.D, 117 East Sixth Street — Carroll, Iowa General Practice — Medical Diagnosis Fractures'— X-Rays PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Dial 3543 Carroll Medical Center PAUL L. PASCOE, M.D. Surgery and Diseases of Women and Children Obstetrics Infant Feeding W. L. McCONKIB, M.D. Medical and Surgical Treatment of Diseases of Eye, Bar, Nose and Throat Glasses Pitted A, RBAS ANNBBERG, M.D. Medical end Surgical Treatment of Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Glasses Fitted J. V. SULLIVAN, M.D. Disease* and Surgery of the Bye Glssses Fitted WALTER A. ANNEBERG, M.D. Surgery and Diseases of Women and Children Obstetrics Infant Feeding PAUL A. ANNEBERG, M.D. Surgery and Diseases of Kidney, Bladder, Prostate and Rectum J. ft. MARTIN, M.D. Surgery and Diseases of Bones and Joints Including Fractures JAMES M. TIERNEY. M.D. Internal Medicine DIAL 3557 Cubs Dodgers Yankees Pitching Records: Player D. Kelly Bernholz . „ ...... Oxenford 165 .„„ 173 148 Team ..Braves ..Braves Braves H 48 45 46 34 VViedemeyer Yanks Schleisman Cubs Feld Cubs Provopulos Dodgers Bengfort — Yanks Kitt . Braves Stone _ —„ „ „ Cubs Thomas „ Dodgers P- Kelly Dodgers W 3 3 1 2 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 Avg. .353 .273 .265 .229 L 0 0 0 1 1 2 2 3 1 1 1 3 Cincinnati Back on Top; Bonus Kid Halts Braves By DON WEISS The Associated Press This changeable National League baseball race gets more like the weather all the time. If you don't like the way things are going, stick around a few minutes. There have been seven changes in the lead during the last month alone. Cincinnati's on top now after a three-week absence, the result of an 8-6 victory over Chicago Tuesday afternoon coupled with Milwaukee's 4-2 loss night to Von McDaniel, fabulous teen-ager of the St. Louis Cardinals. But the Braves, trailing by half a game, are matched with the Redlegs in Cincinnati tonight and could move back up by winning. St. Louis is just a game behind after 18-year-old M c D a n i e l's fourth straight, and Brooklyn, a 6-0 winner over the New York Giants behind 40-year-old Sal Maglie, has a 2^-game deficit. Yanks Kept Edge In the American League, the leading New York Yankees and Chicago White Sox are still two games apart after come-from-behind victories. The Yanks beat pesky Baltimore 8-4 on Gil McDougald's two run, llth-inning double for Whitey Ford's second relief triumph in two days. The White Sox downed Detroit, 4-2 for Billy Pierce's 11th as a result of Larry Doby's three- run homer in the eighth.. Boston edged Washington 2-1 to take over third place by a .005 percentage from Cleveland, which was idle along with Kansas City. Bonos Kid Weakens McDaniel, signed out of high school for $50,000 six weeks ago, had a perfect game for six innings, retiring the first 18 batters to face him before Bill Bruton led off the seventh with a single. Three more hits produced two runs and when the youngster gave up another hit in the eighth, Hoyt Wilhelm came in from the bullpen to close out the last two innings. Del Ennis, with a home run and double, drove in two Cardinal runs off Warren Spahn, the Milwaukee loser. Cincinnati blew a five-run lead built by Wally Post's bases-loaded homer and trailed the Cubs 6-5 until Ed Bailey homered to tie It in the eighth. Doubles by George Crowe and Don Hoak featured the 10th-inning wrapup, which gave Raul Sanchez the victory over Jim Brbsnan, both in relief, Lee Walls hit for the slngle-double- triple-nomer cycle for Chieago, first in the majors in nearly three years. Maglie Stops Giants ' Maglie, pitching for the first time since Memorial Day, fired a four-hitter at his ex-mates in recording his 24th major league shutout and the Dodgers' second straight blanking of the Giants. Curt Barclay lost it. The Yanks, 17-3 in their current drive, rallied twice to tie Baltimore before McDougald's clutch hit in the 11th. Pierce, loser of his last four, held the Tigers to five hits but trailed 2-1 to Frank Lary until Doby connected with two on in the eighth. Frank Boiling's 10th homer was the only earned run off Pierce, now 11-6. Sammy White did Boston's clutch hitting to back up Frank Sullivan's six-hit, eight-strikeout performance against the Senators. The tall catcher drove in the first run with a single and the Winner with a sacrifice fly. Loser Camilo Pascual and Russ Kemmerer permitted only three hit's to the Red Sox. Loop Standings Coon Rapids Carroll Audubon Churdan Manning Breda w L Pet. GB „.6 1 .857 _5 2 .714 1 .3 3 .500 .3 5 .375 .2 4 .333 3V4 1 5 .167 • 4Vi Tuesday's Games: Breda 7, Audubon 3 Coon Rapids 4, Churdan 2 Wednesday's Game: Manning at Carroll Sunday's Games: Carroll at Breda Manning at Coon Rapids ' Churdan at Audubon third setback of the season. Sterling Support Maury Julich survived shaky innings with the benefit of sterling support to notch his first triumph. Audubon collected a pair of hits, base on balls and a fielder's choice in the second but couldn't tally a run. Breda scored twice in the sec- himself, Beck's last outing was a week ago Tuesday when he went nine innings against Churdan. He hasn't worked since that time and is well rested. Niehaus has pitched only one inning for the Merchants this "season and that was a scoreless stint !?.u r A Uef on Sunday ^ at Au " : ondTamTiton Koster Ted 'off with a single. After Don Schenkelberg and Don Schaefer were victimized on strikes, Kenneth King drove a fly ball down the left field line. Audubon's left fielder, Larry Clark, failed to catch the ball and let it roll unmolested into foul territory as two runs pounded around the bases. Blew Rally In the fourth, Audubon got one run back but blew the rally wide open as two runners were picked off base. Bateson was trapped off third by Howard Heisterkamp, the catcher, and Lewer was picked off second by Julich. In that frame, three back-to-back singles by Audubon and a Breda error had Julich in hot water until the defensive wizardry frustrated the Cardinals. A two-base error in the outfield, a single and a double steal gave the Eagles a run in the bottom of the fourth. Koster was safe on the error. Schaefer singled and while Schaefer stole second Koster swiped home with run number two. Another Pick-Off The Cardinals lost their third base runner via the pick-off route in the fifth inning Schwaab walked and went to second when Miller drew a pass. Eagen's sacrifice moved them to second and third. Then Heisterkamp whipped a snap * dubon. Brunt of Load Burgess, who has been carrying the brunt of the pitching load, obviously would like to shift some of the burden to the rest of the mound staff and catch up on some much-needed rest. However, with the Merchants currently in second place and trailing by one full game, the Carroll pilot doesn't like to take chances and that apparently is the reason for the pre-game indecision. No Changes Expected No changes are expected in the Carroll lineup for the Wednesday night affair at Merchants Park. That means either Bill Burgess or Mai Brinker will be at first base. Second will be manned by Ray Blankenship with Rich Bengfort at short. Bob Simpson, who seems to have found the fielding key, will be at third. Carroll's outfield will consist of Cletus Heinrich in left, Sammy Long in center and Ron Hested in right. Bob Rothmeyer will handle the catching chores. Drake University Vacancy Continues DES MOINES l#> - Drake University still is looking for a man to fill the long vacant post of athletic director and it apparently will be some time before an appointment is made. Dr. Henry G. Harmon, Drake President, said Wednesday that Lloyd Jordan, former Harvard University football coach, is still under consideration but the possibility of finding a Midwesterner is being explored. Football coach Warren Gaer has been acting athletic director since Jack McClelland resigned more than a year ago. . 1 PREP STAR QUALIFIES DES MOINES lav -Steve Spray of Indianola, 16-year-old high school golfer, stroked his way Tuesday into the U.S. Golf Assn.'s National Junior tournament. Spray fired a two-over par 74 at Wakonda Club to lead a six man field in a sectiona' qualifying meet. The national tourney will be at Washington, D.C. July 17-20. Other scores in the qualifying test were Rod Bliss III, Des Moines 78, Ronald Sutphin. Des Moines 82, Bill Hird', Fort Dodge, 83. James L. Hinson, Waterloo 83 and Milt Marschall, Hampton 87. Mike O'Connor, Atlantic, did not start. Box Scores AUDUBON Johnson, ct, ss.p 5 Schwaab, lb, 2b 3 Miller, ss 2 AB B H PO A McLaughlin, cf 0 Jorgensen, cf 1 Eagen, 2b, ss Clark, If Kneeskern, rf Peppers, p, rf Bateson, 3b Lewer, c Law, c Scott, p, rf, lb TOTALS BREDA Bengfort, ss Heisterkamp, c Goecke, 3b Lesle.lf Tlgges, If Koster, rf ~. Schenkelberg, lb _.. Schaefer, cf King. 2b Julich, p TOTALS 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 O O 0 2 11 0 0 3- O 0 2 0 9 24 3 AB R H PO A 3 1113 ~ 0 12 3 2 0 0 1 1 O 0 throw to Kenrty" Goecke at third Jo trap Schwaab.' y: V # Audubon got a rurt back in the seventh.' Carroll Scott/was safe on an error and advanced'on a single by Johnson. With runners on first and third,;the Cardinals worked a,] double steal and Scott came home with the run. That's when Breda bounded back into the run column with the outburst that 'sewed up the game. Jim Bengfort led off with a single. After Heisterkamp popped out, Goecke singled. Intentional Past .<< Johnson came on in relief of Jack Peppers, who had relieved starter Scott in the fifth.. He got Lesle on a tap to the mound and then Intentionally passed Koster to load the sacks. That was the point Schenkelberg picked to unload his blast into centerfield. An Audubon rally in the eighth netted one run. A pair of walks, an out and a sacrifice fly accounted for the final Audubon tally. The Eagles added an insurance run in the bottom of the frame. That also came without benefit of a hit as a walk, hit batsman, and an error on an attempted double play let the run come in. Audubon loaded the sacks in the ninth but couldn't score. A single, base on balls, fielder's choice and a hit batsman had Julich in hot water before he finally struck out Peppers to end the affair. * * * Ibach Wins Own Game Jerry Ibach won his own game in the seventh inning at Churdan when he singled Lowell Rang home from third with the run that broke a 2-2 tie as Coon Rapids moved one full game in front of Carroll on a 4-2 triumph. 1- . Rang walked in the seventh and on an attempted sacrifice, Dan Peters, the Churdan catcher, overthrew second allowing the base runner to proceed to third. Ibach's single then plated Rang with the vital run. Wild Pitch Coon Rapids scored first in the More Sport's: Page 9 ANDREWS SURVIVES CINCINNATI Uri-Art Andrews of Iowa City, student at the State University of Iowa, was paired in the third round Wednesday of the annual Tri-State Tennis tournament. But his teammate, Bob Potthast from Waukesha, Wis. was eliminated. In Tuesday's second round Andrews beat Andre Donnedieu, Mexico City. 8-6, 6-8, 6-3. Five Braves Selected by Walt Alston By HAROLD HARBISON CINCINNATI UfV-Mflnager Walter Alston of the Brooklyn Dodgers dipped deep into,the ranks of the Milwaukee Braves today to complete a 25-man National League s quad that will meet American Leaguers in the annual major league All-Star Game at St. Louis July 9. Alston, as manager of the 1956 league'champion Dodgers, will pilot the All-Stars, he picked five Braves, including All-Star veteran pitcher Warren Spahn. Hank Aaron of the Braves already had been named, by Baseball Commissioner Ford Frick as right fielder in place of Wally Post of the Cincinnati Redlegs, who led a fans' vote which Frick said was "unbalanced" by an avalanche, of votes from Cincinnati. •Eight "Freshmen" Alston's selections, plus the fans' vote for Don Hoak of Cincinnati as the starting third baseman, gave the National League eight "freshmen," as far as AU- Slar competition is concerned. But the National League also had the "All Star" of All-Stars in first baseman Stan Musia! of the St. Louis Cardinals, named for the 14th time. Musial also ^eads all All-Star team members in home runs with five and in hits with 15. Milwaukeeans named by Alston, as announced from National League headquarters, were pitchers Lew Burdette and Spahn and infielders Eddie Mathews, Johnny Logan and Red Schoendienst. Alston named four right-hand­ ers and three south'""" : s hurling staff and, among them, they had a comui ..c . u 29 lost record through games of last Friday. Gene Mauch, Boston second baseman, hit .348 for Los Angeles in 1956. LETS FIX That TV or Radio Now ALSO EXPERT INSTRUMENT REPAIR HARRIS TV.RADIO HARRIS MUSIC CO. Dial 2413 lOBVa West 5th 4 2 4 .32 7 27 10 .OOO 100 110—3 9 4 .020 100 31 —7 7 2 Audubon Breda Errors — Kneeskern 2, Clark. Schwaab, Bengfort 2; runs batted In—Schenkelberg 3, King 2, Heisterkamp, Law, Scott; three base hits- son, Scott, flees—Eagen g; stolen bases — John- Koster, Schaefer; sacrl- sacrlflce fly — Law; double phyt— Eagen; men left on bases—Audubon 12, Breda 9; base on balls—Scott 2, Peppers 2, Johnson 3, Julich 7; strikeouts — Scott 11, Johnson 3, Julich 10; hits off pitcher —Scott 4, Peppers 2, Johnson 1; runs—Scott 3, Peppers 2, Johnson 2; hit by pitched ball—Eagen, Bengfort; wfld pitch — Julich; winning- pitcher — Julich; losing pitcher— Scott; umpires — Fleming and Jensen; time—2:20. Now Save Plenty of Cash With a Ronning Fleet Discount Card Com* in and get your FLEET DISCOUNT CARD, and enjoy special saving*. YOU CAN QUALIFY! BALER AND BINDER TWINE MEXICAN 1 Bal« 10 or More Baler Twine $6.95 $6,75 MEXICAN Binder Twine $8.20 $7.95 CULTIVATOR SWEEPS . COVERALL SWEEPS For the last time over your corn. 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