Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 6, 1957 · Page 2
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Girls 7 Post At Laurens For Hermsen Joe Hermsen, formerly of Carroll, who has been assistant high school coach, junior high basketball coach and high school baseball coach at Laurens since 1955, has been named girls' basketball coach for next year. He will still serve as assistant football coach and head baseball coach, besides teaching social studies in the Laurens Junior High School. Prior to going to Laurens, Hermsen, who is a son of * Mrs. J. B. Hermsen of Carroll, was head coach at Pocahontas Catholic school from 1950 to 1955, where he compiled a record of 78 wins and 30 losses in basketball. Carroll High Graduate A graduate of Carroll High School in 1943, he received his B.A. degree from Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, in 1950. As baseball coach at Laurens, he has achieved a record of 14 wins and six losses. His junior high basketball teams have won 20 games and lost four. The Laurens baseball team won the sectional tournament last year and was runner-up this year. Hermsen has been in charge of the summer sports program in Laurens for the past two years. This year he is tutoring 14 baseball and softball teams with approximately 200 boys and girls taking part, Kuemper 8, Auburn 5; 6th Straight Triumph Timet Herald, Carroll, Iowa Saturday, July *, 1957 The Kuemper Knighta tripped their spring sectional nemesis — Auburn — by an 8-5 count here Friday night to chalk up their j field out. sixth straight summer victory 1 Got Two Back and eighth in nine starts. j Kuemper got two of the runs Kuemper gave up a three-run, b a<* in the bottom of, the first, deficit in the first inning and I Bob Tiggea singled but was Jean Kruse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kruse of Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Hermsen have four children. CONTINUES SEARCH LINCOLN, Neb. W— Search continued Saturday for Paul Shaw, 23, of Shenandoah, Iowa, an escapee from the Nebraska Reformatory where he was serving a three to five-year term for armed robberies in Lincoln. then fought from behind to. take the lead for keeps in the third frame. At Breda Sunday The understrength Knights, with catcher Larry Bock sidelined with an ankle injury and a doubtful starter in next Monday's summer sectional opener, will tune up for the tournament with a Sunday afternoon game at Breda. Game time will be 1:30 p.m. On Monday night, Kuemper goes into action in tourney play at the Breda park when the Knights clash with Lake City at 6 p.m. Other games on Monday include Glidden vs. Rockwell City at 2 p.m.; Schleswig vs. Breda at 6 p.m.; and Lake View vs. Auburn at 4 p.m. Short Gets Nod Jim Short will get the starting assignment for the Knights in the Monday fray. "We don't know anything about Lake City and we are certainly not looking beyond Monday's game. That's the reason we are Mrs. Hermsen is the former Lu- tg °! ng „SS,i h ^!!!! ™TA" Lou Galetich, Kuemper coach, said Saturday. Bob Rettenmaier and Darrel Onken shared the pitching chores in the 8-5 win over Auburn with Onken coming on in the second inning. Auburn opened up with a three- run outburst in the first inning. A walk, an error and a triple by Dale Lesle accounted for two tallies. Then Lesle scored on an in- Business fir Professional Directory W. L WARD D.S.C. CHIROPODIST FOOT SPECIALIST 115 N. Carroll Street Office 9782 Home 9517 DR. M. J. HALL DENTIST 207 last 5th St. * Dial 9774 Dr. Rex W. Hinson Optometrist Completo Visual Care 102 West 5th St. — Dial 9687 Closed Saturday Afternoon During School Vacation Dr. John E. Martin OPTOMETRIST Vision Specialist Office Over Woolwortn Store Hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Dial 9709 caught at third when Jerry Collison's attempted sacrifice went for an Infield single. Larry Brown singled to score Collison from second. Then Brown stole second, went to third on a passed ball and scored on a wild pitch. Auburn added a stngle run in the second on a walk, hit batsman, another walk and a sacrifice fly. The Knights tied the score in the same frame. Joe Boyer singled and Onken walked. Then Bob Tigges unloaded a double to plate both baserunners. Undaunted Auburn regained the lead in the third. A walk and a double by O'Tool gave the visitors a one-run margin. Ahead to Stay Jim Short put Kuemper ahead to stay in the bottom of the third. Dave Tigges drew a walk and Short doubled him home. Short then scored the lead run by stealing third and coming home on a passed ball. Kuemper iced the contest in the sixth. Bob Tigges walked and Collison singled. Then Brown blasted another single to score both. Line Score: Auburn 311 000 0—5 2 1 Kuemper 222 002 —8 10 1 Fleming and Ortner, Lesle (5) Rettenmaier, -Onken (2) and WiederhoW. Complete Visual Service Dr. O. M. O'Connor Optometrist—Visual Specie I lit Office Over M»H Hardware Hour* » to 5, fyenlntt by Appointment. Dial Mil Carroll CARROLL CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC DR. R. A. HEESE Compltte Chiropractic Health Service Dial 3402 — Koepke Building Ralph M. Crant ATTORN SY-AT-L AW SMtt N. Adam* 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 2213 Mayors & Tan Crati ATTORNIYS.AT.LAW Practice in all courts. Abstracta examined. Estates settled Urban J. Janning New York Life Insurance Co, Life, Annuities, Accident, Sickness, Hospital A Group CARROLL, IOWA Iowa Land Service Company Farm Management Farm Records V. Stuart Perry — Dial 98$3 Moore Seeks Bassey Bout By WHITNEY SHOEMAKER WASHINGTON UFV-Davey Moore has taken over Isldro Martinez's role as the flash among rising featherweights by the simplest known method—whipping Martinez. Moore, a stubby 23-year-old from Springfield, Ohio, floored Martinez once and otherwise man handled the Panamanian cham pion to win a unanimous decision Friday night. The 10-round bout was televised and broadcast nationally from Capital Arena. Davey, acting like a veteran with all the necessary knowhow in the ring, talked the same part today. Ready for Baesey He and manager Willie Ketchum declared themselves ready for a match any time with world featherweight king Hogan (Kid) Bassey. Before disposing of the 32-year- old switch-hitting Martinez, Moore was listed as No. 10 challenger by Ring Magazine and overlooked completely by the other recognized rating body, the National Boxing Assn. Moore had entered the ring as an 8-5 underdog. The triumph was especially sweet for Davey because it atoned for one'of his five defeats in 31 bouts. Isidro had outpointed him two years ago at Colon, Panama. Moore, wreaking his damage with rights, jarred Martinez in the second and again in the fourth. A savage right to the chops dumped isidro in the seventh. Martinez hauled himself up at the count of 2, waited out the mandatory toll of 8 but barely lasted out the storm. He rallied to win the ninth, but by then he was sunk. Dr. Roland B. Morrison, M.D. 117 Best Sixth Street — Carroll, low. General Practice — Medical Diagnosis Fracture* — X-Ray* » PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Dial 3543 Carroll Medical Center PAUL L. PASCOB, M.D. Surgery end Diseases of Women and Children Obstetrics Infant Feeding W. L McCONKII. M.D. Medleal and Surgical Treatment of Disease! of Iy«, Rar, Nose and Throat Glasses Fitted A. RIAS ANNSBRRO, M.D. Medical end Surgical Treatment of Diseases of lye, lar, Nose and Threat Glasses Fitted J. V. SULLIVAN, M.D. Diseases and Surgery of the lyt WALTER A. ANNIBERO, M.D. Surgery and Diseases of Women and Children Obstetrics Infant Feeding PAUL A. ANNIBIRG, M.D. Surgery and Diseases of Kidney, Bladder, Prostate and Rectum 4. R, MARTIN, M.D. Surgery and Diseases of Bones and Joints Including Fractures JAMES M. TIERNRY. M.D. Internal Medicine DIAL 3557 New Low Slows Down Divorce Actions DES MOINES GTV-A new state law requiring a 60-day "cooling off" period between the time a divorce petition is filed and the time it is granted was held responsible Saturday for a slow-down in divorce actions in Polk County District Court. No divorces were granted by the court Friday, tfie day after the law became effective. Judge Tom K. Murrow said, he could recall no previous day when this occurred. Cards Back On Top; Nip Red legs 4-3 By DON WEISS The Associated Press This nerve - numbing National League pennant race, closest first- to-fifth scramble In the modern era, is back to normal In one respect. Wilmer' (Vinegar Bend)Mizell is beating Cincinnati again. After two early losses to his favorite NL "cousins" and bogged down In the worst Start in his major league life, the St. Louis left­ hander came through with his first good game in nearly a months Friday night—lust when the Cards needed it. Their 4-3 victory in 11 Innings pushed St. Louis back into first place in the flip-flop race after a week's absence, dumping the Red- legs into second, a half game behind. Mtiell, winning only his second in eight decisions, did it with a nine-hit, seven strikeout performance. Of his 39 major league victories, Mizell owns 12 over the Redlegs, five last year. Joe Cunningham's double drove home the winner for the Cards. Braves Lost Ground Milwaukee, in third place a game behind, lost ground when beaten by Chicago 7-4, but fourth- place Brooklyn stepped up to within two of the top on Roy Campanella's three-run homer that beat Robin Roberts 6-5 and dropped fifth place Philadelphia 3V4 off the pace. New York's Giants routed Pittsburgh, 11-6 In the other NL game. New York's American League leaders maintained their three- game edge over the Chicago White Sox, rallying to nip Washington 5-3 in 10 innings while the White Sox routed Cleveland, 144. Boston regained third place from the Indians, downing Baltimore 7-5 and snapping Billy Loes' seven-game win streak, and Detroit's Jim Bunning ran his record to 10-2 with an eight-hit, 8-4 decision over Kansas City. Mizell had a 3-1 lead over Cincinnati for seven innings. George Crowe doubled home two runs in the eighth to tie it and Vinegar Bend had to throw three. more blanks before Cunningham doubled off reliever Don Gross to score Ken Boyer, who singled and moved up on a sacrifice. Aaron Hits 27th Hank 1 Aaron blasted his 27th homer and eight games and Johnny Logan hit his fourth home run, but that was about all the Braves could manage against the Cubs' Don Elston. The Brooklyn castoff, 2-0 with both victories over Milwaukee, needed help from Turk Lown in the ninth. Jerry Kindall's home run, his first in the majors, helped chase loser Bob Buhl in the second inning. Campanella's homer was the 23rd this season off Roberts, now 6-11 with five straight losses, li came in the eighth with Gino Cimoli and Gil Hodges on base. Roger Craig won it in relief. Seven runs in the sixth inning won for the Giants --and—Johnny Antonelli, now .7-7. The Giants tied a NL record when three pinch batters hit safely in the rally, Bobby Thomson homering and Ray Jablonski and Ossie Virgil contributing two-run singles. Eddie Bressoud, just recalled from Minneapolis, homered for New York along with Dusty Rhodes and Gail Harris. Skowron Hits Key Blow Bill Skowron's single drove in the tie-breaker for the Yanks as Art Pltmar won over Bud Byerly, both in relief. Mickey Mantle singled during a thre'e-run Yankee rally in the eighth for his 1,000th career hit. Earl Torgeson and Jim Rivera did the heavy work to back up Jim Wilson's steady pitching for Chicago. Torgeson drove in four runs with a homer, double and single and Rivera had three RBI. Mike Fornieles was the Red Sox winner over the Orioles and Loes, now 9-3. Bunning survived home runs by Hec Lopez, Gus Zernial and Tim Thompson to beat the A's as Virgil Trucks lost his second in nine decisions. Charlie Maxwell (17) and Frank Boiling U2) homered for Detroit. Starters in AlUStar Game Next Tuesday at St. Louis American Leaguers Vic Werti Nellie Fox Harvey Kuenn National Leaguers George Kell 1<*MX«fJA£U CX-±K*,Mj&.ir to&M^^l. _ Stan Muslal \ Johnny Temple Roy McMillan Don Hoak Bob Feller Seeks Rules Change to Help Players SAN FRANCISCO <»-Bob Feller wants baseball law changed so the players will have something to say about selecting the commissioner of baseball. The former Cleveland fireballer also wants the major league owners to ease off on talk of shifting major league franchises. And he's for revising the reserve clause under which a player io bound to the club that originally signs him. Plain Language Feller, In his first year of retirement after 18 years with the Indians, used plain language Friday at « news conference. Why should the players choose the commissioner? "The club owners will take care of themselves as they always have," he said. "The players, many of whom are afraid to speak up, need someone to front for them," The least that should be done, he said, is to give the players an equal say with the owners In choosing the commissioner, Load Mouthed Magnates On talk of major league shift*: "Loud mouthed magnates who talk sbout Kfalfttag their major league franchises are hurting their attendance at home and hurting the minor league cities where they may not even land." He mentioned no names, but the shift talk obviously, was a reference to the much-discussed proposal for moving the Brooklyn Dodgers to Los Angeles and the New York Giants to San Francisco. On the reserve clause: Ridiculous Clause "It is ridiculous that an owner is obligated to a player for only 30 days but a player is obligated to an owner for his entire career." He said he favors a proposal to make ball players free agents after five years with one club. The 93-year-old pitcher, who, made nearly a million dollars playing for Cleveland, also took a swipe at the farm club system, He said local ownership of minor league clubs was best for the game. Feller emphasized that he was not "antl*baseball." that the game was "my life," and that his sole Queen Skips Horse Races By JOHN FARROW WIMBLEDON, England UB — Queen Elizabeth skips her favorite hobby of horse racing today to put in her first appearance at the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis championships. The young monarch decided to give the nod to the showpiece of world tennis after widespread newspaper criticism of her nonappearance. She will see Althea Gibson, New York, and Darlene Hard, Montebello, Calif., play for the women's singles title. Gratify 'Fans The queen's appearance will gratify British tennis fans. Rumor had it that she never would visit Wimbledon because of something that happened to her father, the late King George VI, in 1926. That year her father, then the Duke of York, competed in the men's doubles. He and his partner, Sir Louis Greig, met two former champions, A. W. Gore and H. Roper, and were swamped in straight sets. Gardnar Mulloy of Denver and Budge Patty of Los Angeles and Paris, face Australian Davis Cuppers Lew Hoad and Neale Fraser in the men's doubles. The women's doubles will be between Miss Gibson and Miss Hard and the Australian pair of Thelma Long and Mary Hawton. Miss Hard and Mervyn Rose, Australia, fight it out in the mixed doubles with Fraser and Miss Gibson. Hoad won the men's singles Friday for the second straight year by crushing fellow Australian, Ashley Cooper, 6-2, 6-1, 6-2. ft I «».1 .».|..M I ttf I III II I I I | H I I I 111 I I M I I I | M , | from dale barton's KEYBOARD Top Seeded Players Win First Round .* DES MOINES UP) - Top seeded favorites in the men's and junior boys' singles were ready for quarterfinals action Saturday in the Hawkeye Open Tennis tournament. In the men's singles they included Bill Ball, Waterloo attorney seeded No. 1, Big Seven champion Barry Walraven of Oklahoma City, Bob Boyson of Cedar Rapids, Iowa Jaycee titleholder and Des Moines' Don Middlebrook, Iowa sophomore. Brody Sidelined Ball disposed of Iowa City's Richard Rix, 6-1. 6-1 and in third round action Friday sidelined Ed Brody, Davenport's junior star, by the same count. A highlight of the quarterfinal round was the meeting of Boyson and Walraven. Boyson defeated Harold McCollum, Des Moines, 6-0, 9-7 in the third round. Walraven advanced 6-0, 6-1 against Jim Kelley, Dubuque, and then ousted Keokuk's Stan Jones in straight nets without losing a game. Veteran Eliminated Middlebrook, who beat Walraven in the Midwest meet, eliminated Erling Jensen, Ames veteran, 6-8, 6-2, 64 in the third round. In the junior division Joe Gaston, Burlington, seeded No. 1, swept into the semifinals by beating Des Moines' Phil Swartz. 6-2, 6-3. Joe's '•-n '-^w. Charles, advanced into the junior quarterfinals by . ..ig uave Nairn, Ames, 6-0, 3-6, 6-4. Twins Win Doubles The Gaston brothers also saw action in the men's doubles with a first round victory over Don Middlebrook and Wayne Hirst, Oklahoma City, 6-2, 6-2. Third round winners in the junior boys were Roy and Bob Spren- gelmeyer, Dubuque: Larry Halpin, Cedar Rapids and Ed Brody^ Davenport; in addition to the Gastons. The women's singles in the semifinals found a field composed of Mary Clendenin, St. Louis: Babs Yarmuk, Lawton, Okla.; Dargy Hamilton, Cedar Falls and Jean Gelner, St. Louis. Farmer 'Entertains' 65 Uninvited Guests IMOGENE W- Jim Nebel, a farmer south of here, was still talking Saturday about the Invasion of his place Thursday night by 65 uninvited guests. They were pigs. The animals were being transported to a packing plant at Fremont, Neb. in a truck driven;by Okley Bryson of College Springs. The truck was hit by a 1 Wabash, passenger train at the Highway 184 crossing near here, The pigs were herded at Nebel's farm after officers spent the night rounding them up. Thirty six of them died and six had to be shot. FAMILIAR BRAVES: Paul Bruns, manager of the Mason City Braves in the Southern Minnesota semipro loop, was back in Carroll on a brief visit Saturday. He spoke in glowing terms of the players on the Braves roster. "These boys are so good that about all I do in the way of playing is to pinch hit occasionally," Bruns said. When he got around to the subject of pitchers, he was very enthusiastic. His original staff was Tom Sherman from Northwestern University; Jim Lawler of Austin, Minn.; and Bill Freese of Wifita, a former New York Yankee farm club hurler. That mound corps has been augmented by the arrival a week ago of Dennis Rinaldi, a pitcher-outfielder who starred with the Carroll Merchants in the Iowa State League. Another hurler who Is familiar to local fans and wh« is scheduled to join the Braves is Wayne Paige, another former Merchant pitcher. Bruns recently took over the Braves while the team was in third place and he gunned them into a second-place tie with Mankato at the finish of the first halt of the season, Faribault won the first half pennant.: , , ..The. Mason City pilot, who is Carroll High's basketball coach, said attendance at home games is averaging about 800, but that some Minnesota cities have been playing to crowds in excess of 2,000 persons. Collegians on the club include Don Brummer of Creighton University and Al Harrison of the University of Missouri. The Mason City pilot asked a number of questions about^ Jerry Frick Names Six Umpires NEW YORK (^-Baseball Commissioner Ford Frick today named the six umpires and three official scorers who will officiate at Tuesday's All-Star game at St. Louis. Frick appointed Frank Dascoll, Hal Dixon and Stan Landes of the National League and John Stevens, Larry Napp and Nestor Chylak of the American League to be his umpires. Dascoli will umpire the first iVx Innings behind the plate and then will move to third base, switching positions with Stevens. Napp will be on first base 4 and Dixon on second base with Landes and Chylak on the foul lines. The official scorers will be Daniel M. Daniel of the New York World Telegram and Sun, president of the Baseball Writers Assn. of America; J. Roy Stockton, sports editor of the St. Louis Post- Ibach, the pitching ace for the j Dispatch; and Robert L. Burnes, Coon Rapids entry in the Cegtral edllor of the SL Louis State League. The presence of Paige, a Buena Vista College teammate on the Mason City roster might lead to negotiations If it ever gets down to a ques-' tion 'of money, it will be difficult for the Central State League club to match the Southern Minnesota entry. As Bruns said, "when you get players turning down a contract with Hollywood on the Pacific Coast to come out here for semipro ball, then you know there must be some kind of financial inducement." Little League Braves — Yanks Cubs ~~ Dbdgers Results: Yanks S, Braves 8 Dodgers 10, Cubs 0 Monday's games: Cubs, vs. Yanks Dodgers vs. Braves w L 2 S 6 7 Pet. .800 .500 .400 .300 Globe-Democrat. Andrews Loses to Top-Rated Texan CINCINNATI (A - After easily 'disposing of opponents in the earlier rounds, Iowa's Art Andrews of Iowa City, sat on the sidelines Saturday in the men's singles division of the Tri-State Tennis tournament. The former national junior champ was eliminated handily Friday by top-seeded Bernard Bartzen of Dallas, Tex.. 6-1, 6-2. Baitzen advanced to Saturday's semifinals against Armando Vieira of Brazil, The second match brought together Grant Golden of Wilmette, IU. and Bill Quillan of Fort Rucker, Ala. Andrews, however, kept in the running in the men's doubles. He and Henry Crawford of.Atlanta, defeated John Cappell, Montgomery, Ala. and Andres Donnadieu, Mexico City, 6-2, 6-1 in the quarterfinals. Frank Girard, 51, is the dean of Southern Assn. umpires. He has been in the league since 1942. The Laurel Handicap, oldest Maryland stake race/ has provided t „ , a pair of double winners—Osmand purpose was to fight for a "better. in 1927 and 1928, and The Doge in deal for the players, , » Il94j 80 d 1947,, Local and Nation Wide Storage — Cretin* — Peeklno Ph. Day 2540 Ph.Nloht261l Carroll, loWa John Vondtrhiidon North American 'Van Unit, in*. Public Auction 1:00 p. m. JULY 9 36'x60' Wooden Bldg. Known as th« FARMERS UNION COMMUNITY BUILDING Located 6 mi. Woit of Carroll oil Highway 30 and 2Vi Mi. North i

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