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mm Kuemper Nips Lake City, 3-0; Play Auburn in Semifinal Fireworks Ensue When 1 ! Lew Hoad Becomes Pro I Time* Herald, Carroll, Iowa Tuesday, July 9, 1957 >>'»'M'> * » * 'I''M 'I I I' I' I' I » By ED CORRTfiAV NEW YORK ij—A professional Just one day. Lew Hoad today found himself the middleman in international war of tennis nerves Hoad. thp big Australian Pans Cup star, signed Monday tn play for Jack Kramer's troupe for the fattest fiEurp ever given a pro player— ?12,V00n for two years. The ink still was wet on the contract when in rapid fire order: 1. Pancho Gonzales, the man Hoad was signed to play, said he would not appear in Kramer's "Tournament of Champions" starting Saturday in Fores! Hills 2. The Lawn Tennis Assn. of Australia launched a move to ban Hoad and Kramers entire tour from playing on any official courts Down Under Hoad Bewildered The sudden turn of events left Hoad. who only last Friday won his second straight Wimbledon championship, bewildered He was especially hurt at remarks by officials in Australia, accusing him of breaking his word Don Ferguson, president of the LTAA. accused him of "causing great disappointment to the tennis public and officials in Ireland. Europe and America, in which countries we had arranged for him to play as a member of the Australian team" "I don't know why Mr Ferguson; said those things." said Hoad. obviously distressed "1 had to he • guided by my own interests. I didn't know when my back might act up again." Long Layoffs He was referring to the fact that his back has l-.othered him on numerous occasions in the past year and on occasion, he has been forced to take long layoffs. Gonzales, the pro champion, said in Los Angeles that he would not play in either the Forest Hills tournament or one scheduled to start in Los Angeles .Inly 29. "" hey 11 hurt the gate of nur tour." he said He and Hoad are to start a world 100 -match tour next January. Kramer Calm Kramer, the money-man, took it all with an air of calm. 'This is a situation like a horse telling a trainer when he can run." said the handsome ex-US. Cupper turned impressano. "Pancho seems to forget he is under contract to me. I will admit his contract says he doesn't have to play in a tournament of more than seven days. "Therefore. I made him an offer to play only seven days of the tournament. I want to bring this to a head and 1 expect to have it cleared up by Wednesday."' from dale barton's 2 KEYBOARD LEARN TO FLY / O Avoid the Hustle and Bustle of Traffic Jams LEARN TO FLY FOR BUSINESS OR PLEASURE Inquire about the "Carroll Club"— Low Cost, Share Ownership Plan FLIGHT INSTRUCTION — CHARTER SERVICE AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE TIME FLIES, WHY DON'T YOU? SKYBI RDS MUNICIPAL AIRPORT — CARROLL, IOWA Phone 2025 Shelby B. Hagberg, Mgr. MARATHON": The last game of the opening round of the sectional tournament in Breda on Monday night was a marathon affair that lasted until 11 20 p m. despite the fact only four and one-half innings were played. The two teams, Rrpda and Schleswig. got a delayed start after 9 p.m. because preceding games ran behind schedule. However, the 21-1 pasting Rreda administered to thp Schleswig tram took a lot of time. Part of that time was consumed by a total of M bases on balls off three Schleswig pitchers in four innings against the Bobcats The only run the losers tallied came off three successive walks and a single. Joe Polking paced the Breda hitters with an inside thp park home run on a blast to the left- center field fence. Both Larry Wil- herdmg and Merlin Tiefenthaler tripled and Rich fluegerich hit a double for the Bobcats. * # * ARCADIA WINS: St John's of Arcadia, the leader of the Carroll County Parochial league with a S -l record, stepped out of league play Monday and posted a 17-6 triumph over Sacred Heart of Templeton. * * * LAKE VIEW COACH: Gordon Hoover, who has heen junior high and girls' basketball coach at Lake View, will move up into the high school football and basketball vacancy left by Paul Jones who resigned last spring to accept the football post at Gnn- nell High School. Rockwell City and Breda Record Wins • Box Scores j BREDA—The Kuemper Knights! ! advanced to a semi-final show-' down with tournament nemesis' Auburn on Wednesday evening bv LAKE CITT sidelining Lake City. 3-0. here rr 5 Monday night. i Hested. ss n ........ 2 * Crandall. 2b. si 1 The Knights were ousted from Harshberger, 3b ....... 3 the spring high school sectional KaTnV' rf ""'I by Auburn, 5-4. and will seek re- Tann'rf;:' rt Z.Z. 2 venge in the summer tournament ,Tf, "ntais DEJECTED . . . Breda catcher. "Butch" Heisterkamp, looks forlornly at playing field as Carroll's Bill Burgess pounds toward plate with He run in fourth Inning of Central State League game at Rreda on Sundn.v niuht, The run shown about to score In above photo was only the third tn eight run Carroll uprising as the Merchants defeated Breda, 15-6, to keep pace with Coon Rapids and set stage for loop showdown In Carroll on Wednesday at 8:15 p.m. Umpire In picture is Dean Fleming. (Staff Photo) in a game at Breda at 6:30 p .m. mEMrrcn Wednesday. ! R Tigp/s. 2b ... . .. Colllson, lb . Moving up alongside Kuemper Brown, f -r . and Auburn in the semifinal ^Tri^iT' " | hrackets were Rockwell City with bovrr. rr "> an 11-4 victory over Glidden and ; w ,'' p ' 1 ?. rhnlf L lf \ Breda with a 21-1 triumph over „, onkon SChleSWig. ! Berk, r Star Performance AB R H TO A 0 0 6 0 0 0 2 0 0 12 2 O110 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0. 2 18 fl All K H PO A 3 10 11 10 5' 1 0 0 O 0 0 O 1 0 OOO O O 0 OOO 0 0 0 0 0 15 3 ' 21 22 3 Stengel Blasts Rival Pilots; Proposes New All-Star Rules a i SarnMrcri for Wessling in flth «i M. * ,L L i L Lake ntv ono ooo n_n 2 3 Jim Short was the whole show K^em,,^" 003 nm \ 3 for Kuemper here Monday night. I Errors- HnrshhPrsrr 2. Icn?on. D. His accomplishments included: 1 J IRP". WPSSIIPR runs b ; ,ue,i , n r, . 1 , u . ... 1 Shnrl 2. stolen h.'isf. ( uliison. R. Seven mnlngS Of ShUtOUt pitch- TlggP". Broun. Short. Rork sarrl- ing; 12 strike outs; and the only fieps onken: men IPD on bases— base hit collated by Kuemper. ; ^ 4 K 7"Xd V. Sn% T A three-run explosion by the 1 strikeouts \Voorj> 5. nested 1, UTniohfc in lha Ihirrl inninn „„, o Short 13, hits off plttilPr WiVldv 1. Knights in the third inning ga\e Hpstprl n nins .... \V , v „|v 3 w bv Short all the margin he needed, pitched ball -cnmdaii. ne *t P d "•nil In the third. Bob Tigges led off In ^'^^r M^!''^ with a walk. He Stole second and plrpn—Hvland and Hleber; time— 1:45. scored from there when Jerry Collison was safe on an overthrow s0 , jd smash , nt0 CPn tprfiold and at first by third baseman Harsh berger. Solid Smash Collison got all the way to third and then Larry Brown walked and stole second to put two runners in scoring position with Short at Alston played the percentage by (ne plate The hig p ( t cher lined a Simmons, the veteran 1 200 Golfers on Hand forTourney MASON CITY W - Qualifying rounds in the Iowa Amateur golf ( tournament opened here Tuesday with at least 200 golfers on hand for competition. Estimates ranged from 78 to 81 as a likely maximum qualifying score for the championship flight. A warmup was held at the Mason City County Club Monday where some 190 golfers teamed in a best ball competition. The event was won by John Campbell of Oskaloosa. former State University of Iowa golfer, and Dave Chambers, 19-year-old University of Arizona golfer, who teamed for a best-hall 66. By JOE REICHLER the young Tiger fireballer. Casey to first base They tell me that ST. LOUIS 1* — Casey Stengel added: Malzone has been playing great continued to voice his displeasure "I don't want to criticize my ball and I've seen him do it my- over the fans' All-Star \ntp. as starting pitcher After all. he self." well as tactics used by rival owns one of the best records and American League managers as has beaten every club in the n .iirun Jim Running, his "second choice" league, including us two or three lefthander who has an fi-4 record, starter, prepared to face Hula- times." The American League batting or- delphia's Curt Simmons in the sil- Farrell's Retort o>r is strongly southpaw with five ver anniversary of the annual All- Stengel's criticism of Cleve- n f the starters batting from the Star game today. land's use of Wynn Sunday drew a j e f t Mr | e The manager 'of the New York sharp reply from Kerhy Farrell, Abm]( ^ changes in other Yankees, in disagreement with rookie manager of the Indians. ' spotSi Alston said. "If we fall be- the fans over several of their All- "I'm a . . of a lot more inter- hind in the first three innings. I'll Star selections, and indignant be- ested in heating the Chicago White W nnt to get more punch in there, cause Cleveland used pitcher Far- Sox in a doubleheader than win- if W e're ahead though, you could- ly Wynn, his originally intended ning the All Star game." he said. n 't as k f 0r a better infield than starter, last Sunday, promised Brooklyn Manager Walter Al- we have." meaning Johnny Tern- some changes next year. s ton. who will direct the National .pie, -Roy McMillan. Don Hoak "I think the present way of pick- Leaguers, said he sympathized and Stan Musial. ing the players should be rnntin- with Stengel's attitude, but added Despite Stengel's seeming lack forfeit ued even if they are not done the he didn't see how the pilots could of enthusiasm over his team, the AT RIPPEY right way. It's an honor to be on be asked to sacrifice using a star odds-makers lowered the price Cooper 4, Paton 2 the team and it doesn 't make any pitcher in a close pennant race, from fi-S favoring the American 1 Scranton 8. Grand Junction 6 difference who choses ihem Stengel, who is sensitive about League to 11-10 pick-em. Ogden 5. Jefferson 2 Sometimes it looks like politicians his Prep Scores AT BREDA Rockwell City 11. Glidden 4 Auburn 9, Lake View 8 both Collison and Brown scored with ease Short stole second but w a » stranded as Joe Rover and Dick Wiederhold were strike out victims. On two other occasions Kuemper got a runner as far as third. In the fifth, Dave Tigges walked and went to third when the catcher heaved the hall into centerfield as Tigges attempted to steal second. In the sixth inning, Wiederhold walked with one away. Ronnie Carroll 1 Kuemper 1 3. Lake City n Hested replaced Woody on the Breda 21. Schleswig 1 <5 Innings 1 mound and Darrei Onken sacrific- AT MOORREAD ed the runner to second A wild Modale 12. Dow City 4 pitch put Wiederhold on third as Moorhead over Logan, forfeit Bock walked and stole second But Denison over Soldier, forfeit Bob Tigges was out on strikes to Mondamin over Charter Oak. retire the side. Serioui Threat Lake City's most serious threat came in the fourth Hested was hit by a pitch and raced to third Kuemper See Page fi Great new scientific discovery \11-Star managerial record are at work and there are one or .he's lost five of six games 1 , was two players on my team I'd be a n ot particularly happy over the little leery of starting. The way selections of Detroit's II a r v e y they voted in a certain city could Kuenn at shortstop. Cleveland's kill the whole thing. Sut you don't vie Wertz at first basi and Ral- want to rob Ihe public who comes timore's George Kell at third to the game " hase He made no secret of his be- Will Propose Rule hef that his own Bill Skowron at Stengel then disclosed he will { irM Oil McDougald at shortstop propose a rule prohibiting *manag- a nd Boston's Frank Malzone at I ers from starting pitchers who third would give his league better have been named to the All-Star representation, team any later than Saturday pri- "\ P i an to make some changes or to the big game. That would as- as s 0 on as I'm permitted." he sure at least; two days' rest. sa id. 'after the first three innings". "I had planned to start Wynn." "Everybody knows that Wertz has Stengel explained, "because of hi? physical handicaps and I'm told experience and his knowledge of he is very tired. Kuenn hasn't the National League players but been having one of his best sea- when I learned he pitched Sunday sons and I've got to say that Mc- I switched tn Bunning because he. Dougald. during the past four or too. is a righthander and is the five days, has been playing the most rested." best shortstop in the league. Kell Realizing that his words might has been hit twice with, pitched be construed as a reflection upon balls and lately he's been shifted ecret laboraton: . research discovers new source 1 OROH BORON Motqt Fuel The Smoofhssf Power you con buy fc-ct '»-g i'*--td -n ij Patent Q^Ui From D-X Sunray's huge laboratories comes a truly different motor fuel. D-X Boron! Now the power of boron—the chemical used in experimental missile fuels —is harnessed for your car. Proved by millions of miles of driving, D-X Boron Motor Fuel has been made possible by D-X Sunray 's expanded research facilities and 10-million-dollar in* vestment in refining equipment. 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