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Carroll Blasts Breda, 15-6; Coon Clouts Manning, 12-2 Yankees and Cards Cling To Top Spot By MURRAY ROSE The Associated Press You can skip the "Who's on first?" guessing game in the National League tor most of this week anyway. It's the St. Louis Cardinals by 2Mi games as the majors head into the All-Star game break with no pennant action scheduled until Wednesday. Judging by the Cards' five-game winning streak and 9 out of 10 surge, they may be in first place a lot longer than that. They could go all the way too. The Cards and Dodgers each hit the 77-game halfway mark simultaneously Sunday with the Cards in front and the champion Dodgers In fifth. That should prove it's a different year for the National. The Brooks haven't been out of the first division at the midway point since 1948. Dodgers Whirl The Dodgers whirled out of the first division in a dizzying reshuf fie of the standings. The Cards belted the Cincinnati Redlegs twice 3-2 and 9-6, Philadelphia blasted Brooklyn 2-1 and 5-3, and Milwaukee whipped Chicago 4-2. This sent the Redlegs from sec ond to fourth, the Braves from third to second, the Phils from fifth to third, and Brooklyn from fourth to fifth. Pittsburgh even got into the act. The Pirates, with Frank Thomas and Dick Groat on a horn er binge, whaled the New York Giants 10-6 and 8-1 and moved out of the cellar. The Cubs dropped in. Pale Hose Gain In the American League, the New York Yankees also held a 2%-game edge over the Chicago White Sox in the two-team race The Yanks whipped Washington 7-5, but lost half a game to the White' Sox, who bounced Cleve land 9-8 in 13 innings, and 7-2. Baltimore beat Boston 8-4 on Bob Nieman's foiu) runs batted in, and Detroit downed Kansas City 5-2, with Al Kaline and Charley Maxwell driving^in all five runs. Joe Cunningham kept the Cards blazing with six hits — three in each game— to boost his average to .391. The 25-year-old outfielder from Saddle Brook, N.J., hammered home all three runs in the opener, the first two with a homer, and the winner with a single in the 10th. In the second game, Wally Moon Whacked a double and homer, and Bobby Gene Smith sent home four runs with a single, triple and homer. Hit Million Mark Milwaukee drew 33,616 custc- 'mers to become the first club in the majors to bit the million mark in attendance. The Braves have drawn 1,008,980. Lew Burdette spun a six-bitter for his first vie tory since May 18. Wes Covington and Frank Torre climaxed a three-run first inning with succes sive triples and that did it for Lew. The Phils took their first dou Me -header from the Dodgers in nearly three years. Ed Bouchee 's ninth-inning homer beat Sal Mag lie in the first game and ex-Dodg er Chico Fernandez's three-run double in the sixth inning broke up a 2-2 tie in the windup. Thomas hit three homers for the Giants and was on base nine times in 10 tries in the twin bill. Jfe FAIR-HAIRED BOY .... Von McDanlel gets pats on the back from the old St. Louis pros, Del Ennls, left, and Stan Muslal. The 18-year-old came out of Hollls, Llndy, and win Cardinals. Okla., High to four straight Join his games brother, for the Murderous Merchants Clout Two Home Runs Bobcats Nip Kuemper In Extra Frame, 7 to 6 BREDA—The Kuemper Knights dropped their pre-sectional tune- up encounter here Sunday when St. Bernard's squeezed home the winning run in extra innings, 7-6. The Knights were limited to only four hits off the hurling of Larry Wilberding. but they managed to tally two in the third, three in the fifth and a single run in the seventh. In the third, DICK Wiederhold walked and Wessling was passed. A sacrifice by Darrel Onken moved both runners ahead. A sacrifice fly by Bob Tigges drove Wiederhold home and Wessling on a passed ball. Bob Rettenmaier walked in the fifth. Wessling singled and Onken singled to score one. Bob Tigges was safe on an error as Wessling scored. Onken was erased in a run-down. Jerry Collison was safe on an error and Tigges tallied. In the seventh, Larry Brown walked and Dave Tigges coaxed a pass. Then Jim Short singled Brown home. Breda scdred first in the third. Determan singled, but was later erased at third. Polking and Quinlin both drew passes and Wilberding singled Polking home. In the fourth, Heisterkamp sin- homered with a man on the first two times up. Groat collected a homer in each game—and drove in five runs in the nightcap. In all the Pirates clubbed seven homers. The White Sox ran their winning streak to five. They came from behind a-6-0 count to nip-the- Indians. Jim Rivera's triple and Luis Aparicio's game-winning single did it in the 13th inning. The Sox clubbed All-Star hurler Early Wynn for three runs in the first inning of the second game to make things easy for Jack Harshman. Jack pitched a five-hitter, including Rocky Colavito's homer. Rocky got one in the first game too. Yogi Berra's three-run double off Chuck Stobbs was the big blow of a four-run rally in the eighth inning which carried the Yanks to their victory over Washington. FREE $49.95 Roll-About With the Purchase of Any 1957 Model ADMIRAL AIR CONDITIONER At Regular List Price! Come, Choose Your Air Conditioner Now! Get a Roll-About - New Development by ADMIRAL Now lets you use your Air Conditioner without installation. You lust roll your Air Conditioner from room to room. SEE THEM NOW! • tasy Payment* • Plenty of Free Parkins SPORRER'S TV and Appliances •Hi and SaUnaer Dial 9113 ' Open t a. m, to • p. m. * Day* Par Wtak gled and Tiefenthaler doubled to plate one. Koster and Polking walked to load the sacks and a balk on Wiederhold allowed Tiefenthaler to score. In the fifth, Huegerich singled and went to third on an error in the outfield. Tiefenthaler walked and Huegerich scored on a sacrifice fly. • Polking singled for Breda in the sixth. He went to third on another outfield error and scored on a squeeze play. Heisterkamp walked in the seventh and stole second from where he scored on Tiefenthaler's single to send the game into extra innings. In the eighth, Polking walked and stole second. A single by Quinlin advanced him to third and Wilberding squeezed the winning run home with a bunt. Line Score: Kuemper 002 030 10—6 4 2 Breda 001 211 11—7 10 2 Wiederhold, Rettenmaier (4), Onken (6), Wiederhold <8) Collison Wilberding and Tiefenthaler and Pin Hopes On Yankees By JOE REICHLER ST. LOUIS Iff) — Casey Stengel may pin his hopes on his own New York Yankees as he seeks to end his midsummer jinx here Tues- j -day when the best of the American and National leagues clash in the silver anniversary of the All- Star Game. The grizzled Yankee pilot selected six members of his own team to the squad to go along with the two Yankee starters picked by the fans. Casey has a profound respect for the awesome power of the National League, which has defeated Stengel-led teams five times in six games. Nationals Favored The odds-makers have established the Nationals a 6-5 favorite to capture their seventh in the last eight All-Star games. The American League leads in overall games 13-10. Starting pitchers for both sides were still a mystery. Neither Stengel nor Walter Alston, the Nationals' manager, has given any hint. Logical choices, however, would be Billy Loes (9-4) of Baltimore or 1m Bunning (10-2) of Detroit for the American League against either Curt Simmons (8-6) of Philadelphia or Johnny Antonelli (7-7) of New York. One thing appears almost certain. The American League will t open with a right-hander and the 'National with a left-hande*. Right-handers Loes and Bunning ' and left-handers Simmons and Antonelli are the most rested. Loes and Bunning have had no j previous All-Star experience Former Redbirds Think Cards Are Players to Fear MILWAUKEE If)-Red Schoendienst and Del Rice, a pair of former Redbirds with the Milwaukee Braves, believe St. Louis is the team to beat for the National League flag. The freckle-faced second baseman and the veteran catcher, who both helped St. Louis win its last pennant 11 years ago, commented after the league-leading Cards had won a pair from Cincinnati and moved 2V» games ahead of the runner-up Braves, who beat the Cubs. "They laughed at me early this season when I told everybody to watch St. Louis," Schoendienst said. "They are getting good pitching from the McDaniels (Von and Lindy), Stan (Musial) is still going strong, they're solid at most positions and they haven't had any major injuries. Rice commented, "A team that gets hot like they are right now can go a long way." Simmons and Anontellt have appeared in three games, and Antonelli stopped the American Leaguers cold last year. Reds Dominate As it was last year, the National League team will be dominated by the Cincinnati Redlegs with five players in the starting lineup. They are second baseman Johnny Temple, shortstop Roy McMillan, third baseman Don Hoak, left fielder Frank Robinson and catcher Ed Bailey. Stan Musial of St. Louis, who has played more All-Star games than anyone, will be at first base, in his 14th game. Hank Aaron of Milwaukee will be in right Held and Willie Mays of the Giants in center. Musial and Bailey are the only starters who bat left-handed. The American League will have four southpaw swingers and four right-handed hitters if the National starts with a left-hander. Mickey Mantle, the center fielder, bats both ways. The right-handers are third baseman George Kell (Baltimore), shortstop "Harvey Kuenn (Detroit) and right fielder Al Kaline (Detroit). The left-handers are first baseman Vic Wertz (Cleveland), second baseman Nellie Fox (Chicago), left fielder Ted Williams (Boston) and catcher Yogi Berra (New York). Each team has a wealth of reserves. The Americans have such power hitters as Roy Sievers of Washington, Charlie Maxwell of Detroit and Gus Triandos of Baltimore but it would come as no surprise if Stengel winds up with a "yankee tinge" including Bill Skowron at first, Bobby Richardson at second, Gil McDougald at short, and Elston Howard behind the plate. On the National League bench will be such stalwarts as Eddie Mathews, Milwaukee; Gus Bell, Cincinnati; Gil Hodges, Brooklyn, and Ernie Banks, Chicago "Lefi don't go horn* y»t. left extend our vacation • while longer, with « loan from community Loan Servleel" 1 > '!"• """ » *•"•"""""• | !" in • Manager A.P.W. Thlelking Is « very understanding fellow, end would take a longer vacation himself u be wero't to buiy helping others to extend their*! COMMUNITY LOAN SERVICE A.P.W. Walking, Owner • LOANMINANCING-INSURANCI Carroll Phone 3693 • Dtnlton Phont 44$ BREDA — Carroll's murderous Merchants manhandled Breda's pitching staff with a 15-6 win here Sunday night' to keep pace with league leading Coon Rapids. The • Merchants unleashed a 13- hlt assault that included home runs by Don Burgess and Ray Blankenship; a triple by Sammy Long; and doubles by Bill Burgess, Rich Bengfort and Cletus Heinrich. After garnering an . early two- run lead in the second, the winners massed their forces for an eight-run assault in the fourth and a five-run outburst in the ninth. Frank Beck started on the mound for Carroll and was given the two-run margin. That came about on only one hit off Breda starter Gary Moad. However, Moad got himself in hot water when he hit Long with a pitch and then walked Bill Burgess. A sacrifice by Rich Bengfort moved the runners into scoring position for Ronnie Hesleds infield single and a subsequent error by Kenneth King. Breda Rally Breda got those runs back and some to spare in the third. Jim Bengfort lived when Heinrich dropped his fly in shallow left. Howard Heisterkamp then tripled him home. Kenny Goecke was ^>ut on a fly to center but Dale Lesle singled into the same spot and Heisterkamp scored. Then successive singles by Don Koster and Don Schenkelberg and Don Schaefer's two-base blow, brought another pair in and left Schenkelberg perched on third. Beck was derricked in favor of Don Burgess and Lou Oswald laid down a sacrifice bunt as Schenkelberg dashed home on a squeeze play. After Moad had walked, Jim Bengfort went down on strikes to end the rally. Eagle Staff Wilts The sky caved in on the wilting Breda staff in the fourth. Blankenship walked. Long tripled him home. Bill Burgess doubled and Long was home to roost. Rich Bengfort singled and that moved Bill Burgess to third and Maury Jullch replaced Moad. Bengfort stole second and Ronnie Hested's sacrifice fly plated Bill Burgess. Bob Rothrheyer grounded out. Don Burgess strode to the plate and blasted a pitch over the left field fence to score Bengfort ahead of him. Bob Simpson walked and stole second. An error on the throw by Heisterkamp enabled him to go to third from where he scored on Heinrich's double. Another Home Run That set the stage for Ray Blankenship and he blasted a pitch out of the lot. It also sig nailed the end of the mound action for Julich as he moved to left field in place of Lesle and Floyd Leiting came on in relief. After Long had been hit by a pitch for the second time, and subsequently stole second. Bill Burgess was victimized on strikes to end the Carroll rally. From the fifth through the eighth, Leiting gave up no runs and,was touched for only one hit while he disposed of six batters via the strike out route. Leiting Weakened But in the ninth he weakened. The start of the downfall was an error by Goecke that put Blankenship on base. That was follow ed by a walk to Long. Bill Burgess singled and sacks were load ed. Rich Bengfort doubled and both Blankenship and Long scored as Burgess stopped at third. Ron Hested singled Burgess home and moved Bengfort to third but was caught trying to steal second for the first out. A walk to Rothmeyer preceded a single by Don Burgess that scor ed Bengfort. Simpson popped out, but Heinrich singled Rothmeyer home and that was the end of the line for the Breda pitching staff. Leiting departed and catcher Hei sterkamp came out to mop up. He walked Blankenship but got Long to hit into a fielder's choice to end the Breda nightmare. Final Tally The final Breda tally was of the unearned variety and can be attributed to alert resourcefulness on the part of the base runner. Heisterkamp led off in the bottom of the ninth with a walk as Rollie Niehaus took over the Carroll pitching chores. Goecke drove a fly to centerfield and it looked like Heisterkamp was about to be doubled off first until Bill Burgess found himself trapped between and buffeted by a pair of base runners as he attempted to field the throw. The overthrow let Heisterkamp move to second. Don Staples grounded to short and the throw to third had Heisterkamp out until he managed to kick the ball out of Simpson's hands. He scored as Koster grounded out. Box Scores Carroll Slmpion, 3b Heinrich, If Blankenship, 2b Long, cf B. Burgess, lb BOX SCORES AB R H PO A R. Bengfort, ss i 3 HeSted, rf 3 Rothmeyer, c * . 4 Beck, p _ 1 D Burgess, p —_— 4 Niehaus, p 0 Totals Brfeda J. Bengfort ss 5 Heisterkamp, c, p 3 Goecke, 3b ._ 4 36 15 13 28 9 AB R H PO A Lesle, If Leiting, p .„ Staples, c . Koster, rf . Schenkelberg, lb Schaefer, cf King. 2b Oswald, 2b Moad, p Jullch, p. It Totals VISITORS AT TEMPLETON (Times Herald News Sarvtee) TEMPLBTOlJ - Mrs. James Fox and children arrived Monday {rem Washington, D.C. for a visit-at the Mrs, Treaa Fox and F. J. Kathman homes while Mr, Fox is In New York City on busi* ness. He will join his family August 1 and they will return home wife him. 33 6 8 27 10 Score by Innlnjri Carroll 020 800 005—IS 13 3 Breda _ 005 000 001— 6 «8 3 Summary Errors, Simpson 2, Heinrich, Heisterkamp, Goecke, King; RBI, Hested 3. D. Burgess 3, Heinrich 2, Blankenship 2. R. Bengfort^, Long, B. Bur- f :ess, Schaefer 2, Heisterkamp, Lelt- ng, Koster; 2b, B. Burgess, R. Bengfort, Heinrich, Schaefer; 3b, Long, Heisterkamp; HR, D. Burgess, Blankenship; SB, Simpson, Blankenship, Long, K. Bengfort; S, Heisterkamp, Oswald, R. Bengfort; SF, Hested; DP, Simpson, Blankenship, B. Burgess; Left, Carroll 7, Breda 10; BB, Beck 2, D. Burgess 2, Niehaus 2, Moad 1, Jullch 1, Leiting 2, Heisterkamp l; SO D. Burgess 7, Moad 2, Leiting 6; HO Beck 6, D. Burgess 2, Moad 4, Jullch 4, Letting 5i R, Beck 5 In 2-1/3; D. Burgess 0 In 52/3; Niehaus 1 In 1, Moad 6 In 3, Jul­ lch 4 to 2/3, Leiting 5 In 5, Heisterkamp 0 tn 1/3; HBP, Long 2; V/. D. Burgess; L, Moad. Umpires. Fleming amd Hanson. Time: 2:40. Times Herald, Carroll, lews Monday, July 8, 1957 Loop Standings Cbon Rapids Catroll' Churdan Audubon Manning Breda' W _,7 7 ...,4 ...3 ...2 1 L 1 2 S 4 '6 6 Pet. .875 .778 .444 .429 .250 .143 GB 3^4 5 5V4 MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. _ 51 26 .662 — New York Chicago _ Boston .__ Cleveland Detroit Baltimore _ 49 29 .628 2Vi _ 42 37 .532 10 _ 39 38 .506 12 _ 39 39 .500 12V4 _ 37 39 .487 13^ Kansas City _ 29 47 .382 21M> Washington ... 25 56 .309 28 Monday's Schedule No games scheduled Sunday's Results New York 7, Washington 5 Baltimore 8, Boston 4 Detroit 5, Kansas City 2 Chicago 9-7, Cleveland 8-2 (first game, 13 innings) Saturday's Results New York 10, Washington 6 Boston 11, Baltimore 2 Chicago 5, Cleveland 1 Kansas City 3, Detroit 1 (N) 12 innings* Tuesday's Schedule All Star game at St. Louis NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet .G'B. St Louis 46 31 .597 — Milwaukee 44 34 .564 2V4 Philadelphia 42 34 .553 3>4 Cincinnati 44 36 .550 3tt Brooklyn 41 36 .532 5 New York 36 43 .456 11 Pittsburgh 29 49 . 372 17& Chicago 26 45 .366 17 Monday's Schedule No games scheduled Sunday's Results Philadelphia 2-5, Brooklyn 1-3, Pittsburgh 10-8, New York 6-1 St. Louis 3-9, Cincinnati 2-6 (first game 10 innings) Milwaukee 4. Chicago 2 Saturday's Results Philadelphia 9, Brooklyn 4 St. Louis 13, Cincinnati 3 Pittsburgh 3, New York 2 (13 innings) Chicago 3, Milwaukee 2 (N) Tuesday's Schedule All Star Game at St. Louis Rev. Mease In Japan for Two Months (Timet Herald Nawa 8errle») WESTSIDE — The Rev. Frank Mease, pastor of the Vail and Westslde Presbyterian churches left Sunday evening ' by plane from Omaha for Chicago, where he met 30 clergymen. The group left Chicago late Sunday night for Japan, where they will do mis sionary work for two months. July and August. En route to Japan, they stopped at San Francisco. They were scheduled to arrive in Japan Wednesday, Sunday's Games: ,. Carroll 15, Breda 6 Coon- Rapids 12, Manning 2 Churdan 11, Audubon 10 Tuesday's. Game: Audubon at Breda Wednesday's Games: Coon Rapids at Carroll Manning at Audubon Thursday's G«me: Breda at Churdan Moore Loses World Crown By ED CORRIGAN >JEW YORK UrV -Archie Moore, the graybeard light heavyweight champion of the world, is no more. That is, he is no more the light heavyweight champion as of today. Julius Helfand, chairman of the New York State Athletic Commission and newly elected president of the World Championship Committee for professional boxing, said no formalities are now necessary to declare the light heavyweight title vacant. "At the World Championship Committee meeting in Paris last month, it was decided that Moore's title would be automatically-vacated if he failed to sign for a championship fight with Tony Anthony by July 7," Helfand said. Not Signed Unless he has decided to keep it a secret, Archie has not signed to fight Anthony. The other day, Frank Sinatra's business manager, Hank Sanicola, said he and tlfe sthgertioped to promote a bout between Moore and Anthony in Los Angeles In September. He added that he's supposed to meet with Archie today. But that apparently cut no ice with Helfand. "The National Boxing Assn. was represented at the Paris meeting," he said, "and concurred in our decision. If Moore had signed by July 7, he would have had until Aug. 30 to go* through with the fight. "We have set up plans for an elimination series, Anthony, as the No. 1 contender, can fight either Harold Johnson of Philadelphia or Yolande Pompey of Trinidad. The winner will be recognized as the world champion provided he fights the other, either (Johnson or Pompey) within 90 days in defense of the title" It remains to be seen whether the Committee can made its decision stick. It is almost a certainty that Moore, who hasn't defended his title since he knocked out Pompey 13 months ago, will challenge it. He is on record as saying that he is willing to fight Anthony if he gets a guarantee of $100,000. So far he has had m takers. Ivan Drehert of Scranton Back from Northern Vocation (Times Herald Stm Service) SCRANTON - Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Dreher are back from a two- week vacatjfln in the Black Hills and into Canada Mrs. Marinchak of Chicago and Nina Martin of Rockford, 111., daughters of Grandma McCoy, are visiting for a week or so. Coletta Kemp and Bethel Richards went to Des Moines last week. They visited Lynn Kemp. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sexton spent Friday in Ames visiting Mrs. H.B. Sexton. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Campbell of Omaha visited at the home of Mrs. E. C. Robbing last week. Bee Gordon and Opal Calder spent Monday and Tuesday In Des Moines. Brock Neary is nursing a broken thumb sustained in a fall from his bicycle. Churdan in 3rd; Blues Victimized The Coon Rapids Merchants un» loaded the heavy artillery in a barrage' against Manning and handed the newly-named Blue Sox a 12-2 defeat to retain a half-game edge in the Central State League standings. Churdan moved into tnird place in the loop with an 11-10 decision over Audubon. Grand Slam A grand slam home run by Dale McCarty in the eighth inning was the highlight of the Coon Rapids win. That gave McCarty two hits in four at bats and six extra bases as his other blow was a double. Dale Tryon found the range for Coon with a triple and pair of singles to register three-for-five. Manning tallied single runs off Elmer Prescott in the^ first and seventh frames. In the' first Merlin Rostermundt doubled and went to third on Dennis Ramsey's single. Don Lucas singled to plate the run. In the seventh, Mox Irl- meler homered for the Blue Sox. Tryon's Triple Coon Rapids tallied in the first on a walk to Mike Blanchard and Tryon's triple. Two more were added in the fourth. Tryon singled and Dale McCarty doubled him home. Jerry Doran's single plated McCarty. In the sixth, Ron Mau singled and Doran walked. Charles Taylor singled to score Mau. Prescott was safe on an error. Then Richard Monthei singled to score two runs. Mike Blanchard doubled the fourth run home. Tryon singled to score Monthei. In the eighth, Monthei singled and Textor walked. Blanchard walked and Tryon popped to the pitcher. McCarty picked that spot for his grand-slam smash. Line Score: Manning 100 000 100— 2 10 2 Coon Rapids 100 205 04 -12 12 0 Ohde, Hargens*(7) and Irlmeier Prescott, Behrens (9) and Mau * * * Audubon Defense Folds The Audubon defense came apart at the seams in the ninth inning and two big Churdan runs scored to enable the Indies to take a hard-fought 11-10 decision Sunday night. Audubon carried a one-run lead into the fatal frame. An error at third let Ed Sabus live. Don Wallace struck 'out, but Paul Trost singled and Sabus moved to third. Trost stole second. Reagan struck out, but then an error on Eagen at second let the tie and winning runs come home. Churdan had picked up four In the first on five hits. Sabus and Wallace singled and Reagan's double accounted for two. Bob Vogel doubled Reagan home and Gabrielsen singled Vogel In. A wild fifth inning gave Churdan five runs on a lead-off single. Larry Barr got the hit. Sabus was safe on an error. Wallace walked. Trost lived on an error as one run scored. Reagan hit a grounder to second and an overthrow at first let Sabus and Wallace score. Reagan attempted to steal second and Trost broke for the plate. He was trapped in a run-down until an overthrow at third let htm score and Reagan move to third. Vogel flew out and Reagan tallied after the catch. Line Score: Churdan 400 050 002—11 9 3 Audubon 013 320 100—10 10 7 Swansen, Pierrick (4) and Vogel Jorgensen, Scott (9) and Law, Lewer W ' MOVING Local and Nation Wide Storage — Crating — Packing Ph. Day 2540 Ph. Night 2618 Carroll, Iowa John Vanderheiden Moving Agents for North American van Line*, inc. Mfarife folks? 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