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Minoso Stymies National Bid; ft* .tOE KEtCHLtft P*e g . Minose's double la the top to advance M» third Md! war an ^ f . _ |d c d|| |ow WinAII'StarGame By .TOE §T LOUIS (^-Chicago's Minute Minoso and Detroit's Jim Bun- aiflg and A! Kaline were sing ed outtoday as the 19S7 All-Star Gfttfte heroes, but some critics attributed the American League's $.5 victory Tuesday to good breaks, poor National League base running and Casey Stengel luck. Each side scored three times in th* ninth inning. A fine throw and catch by Minoso preserved the AlSeriean'* second triumph in the last eight years and Stengel's second success in seven All-Star of the ninth drove in Kaline with the winning run. Second -Guessing Why did National League Man ager Walter Alston decide to let easy out on Minoso's throw to Boston's Frank 'MalZone. Why didn't Cincinnati's Frank Robinson, who had opened the National's fifth with a single, run to alt Cl. > v aiici. r»JoLvu *4v;v*i«^r. \,\s i\.-v «.»«.• ^-.. •_* ....... -•- — — - -- ^ Milwaukee's Eddie M a t. h e w s | second on Mathews' apparent line swing away in the ninth inning? The potential tying runs were on s%cond and first, and with nobody out, strategy cried for a bunt. Why didn't Cincinnati's Gus Bell stop at second on Chicago Cub Ernie Banks' one-out run-Scoring single in the ninth which cut the drive hit to right field? Instead, Robinson retreated after going halfway and was thrown out at second by Kaline, who made a one-handed stab 9! the ballon the first bounce. Wanted Long Bail "I thought about having SlUglC III vile illlli.ii rviu«-n vwi, \.-t*\* > * v •• «• — e •• ~ — American's lead to 6-5? Bell triedjMathews bunt," Alston said. 'But flmsi Herald, Carroll, l«wj Wednesday, July 10, 1*57 Eddie has good power and is a left- handed pull hitter. With that short fight field porch an inviting target I wanted to give him a chance to hit that long one for us." "As for Bell, I think he did the right thing. In fact, I was glad see him trying for third. He ed that tying run on third with only one out. Gus is a good base runner. He thought he had a ehaftel and he gambled. You cart sit and wait in this game. It teak a perfect throw to get him and Minoso made it. "About RofeinsoB, 1 «a«'t «ei how anyone can tritictee him. Maybe the fans up in the stands had a better view but we on the field couldn't teH whether Kaline caught Mathews' lirter o? not." Bell told newsmen in the dressing room that he thought he was safe at thlri ;, • Had Chance "t thought t had a good chance to make H when Mtlione slewed up Banks' hit," he said. "1 wbuld never have run had. h« not touched the bail. Minoso played it perfectly and got off a quick throw. I thought I made it but maybe i didn't." Ironically, the best pitcher of the day was Bunning, whottt Casey nominated to start only because Cleveland's larly Wynft, his ftrigi- nal choice, had been used Sunday. Bunning hurled'three perfect innings, retiring nine batters in succession as Stengel's crew built up a S-d IM* iiittlt Philadelphia's Curt Lees also kept the National League sluggers from scoring during the nekt three innings while the American Leaguers increased their lead to 3-0 ia the sixth- after Burdette had stopped them; ift the third, fourth *|id fifth. Wynn and fierce Shelled It was wnjlis Wynn was on tiM mound that the Rational Leaguers first scored. Singles by New York's Willie Mays and Cincinnati's fid Bailey and * pinch hit doubli by let! reduced thft Al'8 lead to 3-2 in the seventh. Pierce halted the tally but»fi« was shelled ' from the mound ia the ninth after the Americaa League had opened up a 6-2 ttiar- gin with three ninth-inning tug*** only one earned — against Jleia Labine of Brooklyn. Jfaltee JNva in two and scored tne 6thefT And so the American Leagxi« won it's 14th game to 10 for ths National League in All-Star com* petition. s* ••••^•••""•^•^ • ^ Audubon Over Breda Title Bout To Hinge on Sinatra Bid SACRAMENTO, Calif. UR-The fate of a proposed Archie Moore- Tony Anthony fight for , the world light heavyweight championship in Los Angeles apparently rested today on a bid by singer-actor Frank .Sinatra; to promote the bout. ' ' The California Athletic Commis^ sion called a special meeting, here, today to: • Approve or reject the 15-roupd match Sept. 11 at Gilmore Field, home of the Hollywood baseball club. Approve or reject a request for 4 promoter's license in the name of Sinatra. Agree on Terms ^ The principals agreed on terms Tuesday. Opposition to the fight quickly bubbled to the surface, with at least three established clubs or promoters slated to appear before the commission. ' Ready to object, not so much to the fight as to the promoter's license, were matchmaker Jack Leonard and two members of the Hollywood Legion Stadium board ef "directors, Underwood and Claude Cummings; promoter Cal fiaton and hi? wife, Aileen, of the Olympic Auditorium in Los Angeles, and. Bennle Ford, San Francisco promoter. Jules Covey, attorney and a for mer chairman of the state boxing tojrepresent Sina tra and bis business manager, Henry (Hank) Sanjcola. Sanicola is a devoted , fight fan and with $&ttra owns a "piece" of lightweight Cisco Andrade. . "we doat particularly • wanl tfe* fight ourselves." Leonard said . before leaving HoDywood. "We might take it if we had to. ' we object to ,a rich, guy like Sinatra coming in otf a one•hot deal. We certainly couldn't afford to make Moore an offer of 410<MJOQ. It isnt worth that money. "B«t a man lifee Sinatra can, and if h* loses, he can just write it off Jp taxes. We aw in this business tat our bread and butter. He Jw't." * The Sinatra cam| Loop Standings W L 1 2 4 5 6 7 Pel. .875 .778 .500 .444 .250 .125 GB Coon Rapids Carroll 7 Audubon 4 Churdan'_ 4 Manning 2 Breda , 1 Tuesday's Results Audubon 11, Breda 3 Wednesday's Games: Coon Rapids at Carroll Manning at Audubon Thursday's Game: Breda at Churdan ers, Gene Doyle, who manages Gilmore for its wealthy owner, Earl B. Gilmore, and who promoted fights for many years, said he has rented the park for Sept. 11. Doyle added: "Why shouldn't Sinatra get a promoter's license if he meets all the requirements? The boxing law was not written to give anyone exclusive rights." Duane Meyer Family Concludes Visit in Carnarvon Residence (Urn*/ fle*»ld »«w» Swvlee) CARNARVON ~ Mr. and Mrs. Duane Meyer and son Jimmy arrived at the Ronald Meyer home Wednesday - night. Returning to their home at Springfield, Mo. Tuesday they were accompanied by Mark and Paul, who spent 10 days here with their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs, Darrell O'Tool entertained relatives and friends in their home here Friday night, hon* oring their daughter Kathy on her first birthday. Henry Kluver ,Sr., who spent several weeks at the Loring Hos' pital in Sac City, returned to the Arnold. Tucker home near Wall Lake Wednesday. : Mr. and Mrs". Ott Younkert of Hastings, Neb., were visitors in the Carl Auen home here Friday. Mrs. Roland Thorpe, Mrs. William Tiefenthaler and Mrs. Jack Fogerty were guests in the Mrs. Ruby Coyne home near Lake View, ..Monday* observing Mrs. Coyne's birthday. , Mrs. Minnie Olson of here spent several days in the Howard Purdy Individual Averages Of Carroll Merchants BATTING AB Burgess, B. — — 24 Long, Sam 39 Heinrich ... 43 Bengfort Blankenship Simpson Burgess, D. . Rested Brinker Rothmeyer .™ 34 ... 38 ... 45 ... 16 ... 30 19 34 R 6 15 11 10 H 11 it 16 12 12 .11 4 7 4 4 RBI 7 14 6 9 10 10 6 3 0 1 2BR 3BH 3 3 3 2 4 2 0 0 0 0 (Less Than 10 Time* «t Bat) Short, Jim _ : 1" '0 1 2 0 Beck 7 1 1 2 0 Niehaus -., 41000 WI " 334 77 100 70 17 TOTALS ... Burgess, D- Beck Niehaus — 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 20 1.000 .1*3 .000 .299 PITCHING W L INN RUNS HITS BB SO 5 2 49?6 23 37 15 58 1 0 15% 15 20 7 13 1 0 10 2 8 48 Cards Carry Best Road Mark on Eastern Swing By ED WILK8 The Associated presi The season's half over and this could be it for the St. Louis Cardinals in that National League taffy pull, where everybody's been too busy trying to keep up to ever get ahead.- Manager Fred Hutehinson's Red Birds, the best- road, club in the league, are in, position to take charge, They carry a five-game winning streak and a 2%-game claim on first place against the sixth - place New York Giants Thursday, opening a 13'gsme swing through the East. Praves Go East Second-place Milwaukee' opens its Eastern' tour at Pittsburgh in the only game scheduled tonight, Thursday night, third-place. Phil« adelphia, 3% games behind, is home to' Chicago's last-place Cubs, with fourth-place Cincinnati; three percentage points back of the Phillies, at Brooklyn, The Brooks -are-five—gaflaes behind -in—fifth— their first second division standing PICK YOUR BEST BUY AT — BIERC SUPPLY Garden Hose 50-ft, lengh, green plastic- guarantee. OtiT THEY 801 Just 2 ONLY 2 Hassock Fans Cool comfort for hot • weather- Price Lawn Choir Bright, striped drill, eturdy frame. $2.33 Fur th» Outdoor Ch»f A REAL "BBST BUY" Charcoal Cooker $14,91 V«lu* In the American league, the New York Yankees head into the West for 12 games with the idea of locking up the race for good. The Yanks, also 2% games ahead, open at Kansas City Thursday night. Senators at Chicago ....The^second-place. Wbite-.Sox are home to Washington tomorrow night, with-Baltimore at Cleve* land in a twilight-twin bill and Boston at Detroit for a day game. Only the Cardinals and Milwaukee have won more than they've lost in the last' month among the ML contenders, St. Louis was 204.0, the Braves J643. Philadel, phia was 1445, with Cineinnati="- in first place by a game a month ago^-and Brooklyn both 1346, While only 20-20 at home after sweeping four from Cincinnati last weekend to grab first place, from the Redlegs, the Cardinals are 26- all on the road, with a 17-6 record in the East.-Milwaukee land Cincinnati are only i~S-10 in the East- 7 ern parks. The Yankees, finally in gear, have won four in a row and U of their last 12 for a 51-26 record-^ the same mark they had after 77 games in 19S6, although it was good for a five-game lead then, HOT SOUP WEST FRANKFOBT, W. W The soup was so hot at John Mar* bje's home it started a fire, Po* Jice Chief Fred Harkins said the $?,50Q blaze began when the soup boiled over causing the gas stove to flare up. George Kell Says Musial Best Player ST. LOUIS UB ~ Spicing Tues. day's AU-Star game were the foU lowing quotes, incidents and statistics: / Cincinnati with six players had the biggest squad on the National League team. ., The six^-Johnny Temple, Ed Bailey, Gus Bell, Roy McMillan, Frank Robinson and Don Hoak— batted 10 times, good, for three hits. Bailey and Robinson smacked! singles and Bell blasted a pinch hit double to knock••,in the flrst two National runs. St. Loufs detectives arrested 16 men before the game'and booked them on suspicion of scalping tickets.- ' ' • : '-'•'••. Yogi Berra, the Yankees catcher, collected his first All-Star RBI in nine-games when ht singled in Moose Skowron in the sixth. • George Kell of Baltimore called Williams the "greatest hitter I saw" but added "that even! Ted will admit that Stan Musial is a better all-around player." St. Louis Manager Fred Hut- chinspn defended Walter Alston's Strategy of going for the bundle and--not saerificing-Jfl the ninth inning. "I'd have d,one the same thing," By t. E. (Ike) BKELLEY MASON CITY f*MJrim match play struggles for the Iowa Am^- teur Golf championship got under way at the Country Club Wednesday. . Heading the contenders tor the t 2V4 5 Bob Bevaney, new football ceach at Wyoming, is the ninth Michigan State assistant coach in . recent years to move into a head coseh- A Nw Uftl $4.15 LAROI IA9 Charcoal eeupoN FREE i«ll»on» for th« K|d» FREE Ply iwitttri for the UidlM INSIDE PAINT $4.44 o, $449 Thli ill* PrUtl 98c Salt on All Picnic Supplifi Thtrmw 4y lr Ceoklnf SPICIAt lAVINftS ON PAINT IRUIHII ' TREMENDOUS BIERL SUPPLY STORE M IH>|fifiP"' It ft K*»t Ity»tt , PhgM 9m yi*Tim»? ins nost. "I gave them everything, fast •baUs, slider's, and I mixed up too." That was winning er Jim Bunning ~tf Detroit inf after three perject innings, Ken Smith, secretary of the Baseball Writers Assn, of America an4 a writer for the New York Mirror, was ; stunned .when a foul pop hit him on the shoulder faring batting practice, Reporters and photographers, Frick's -arder, -swarmed close to the batting cage before the game, Ted Williams greeted one scribe Stonily with: "Are you guys supposed to be this close to the batting cage?" Frick, in issuing the order, was trying to prevent bo* seat patrons frqm, missing out pn seeing the batting practice. CHI McDougalp;, Yankee shortstop, has appeared in three Allstar games and in ««ch game he played a different'position. In order, Gil has been a second baseman, a third baseman and shortstop, '• Eastern teams have won the National Basketball Assn. play-offs the last three years, Boston won in 1957, Philadelphia, in 1956 and Syracuse in 195$. TODAY'S BASEBALL By The Associated Preie NATIONAL LJ5A^Ug W. L. Pet, Q.B. St. Louis 46 31 .597 Milwaukee 44 34 ,564 Philadelphia __ 42 34 .553 Cincinnati 44 36 .550 Brooklyn 41 36 .532 N(?W York 36 48 .456 11 Pittsburgh —, 29 49 .37? Chicago -,,... 26 45 .866 17 Wednesday Schedule Milwaukee at Pittsburgh (N) Only game scheduled Tuesday Resulti ' American League 6, National League 5, All-Star game at St. Louis Thursday Schedule St. Louis at New York Cincinnati at BrooRlyn (N) Chicago at Philadelphia (N) • Milwaukee at Pittsburgh (N) AMERICAN LEAGUE w. L. Pet. Q.B. New York . 51 26 .662 — Chicago ,^_^_ 49-39-.62.8-121A Boston 42 37 ,532, 10 Cleveland' 39; 38 ,506 1? Detroit .... - 39 39 .50Q 12% Baltimore ..___ 87 39 .487 1$^ Kansas City — 28 47 ,382 21M. Washington , 25 56 .309 ?? Wednesday Schedule No games scheduled , Tuesday Repulti American League «. National League 5, All-Star game at St, Louis Thursday . Boston at Detroit Washington at Chicago (N> Baltimore at Cleveland "(2) (twi- njght) ' York at Kansas_Cjty (N) Assails Drinking Py Church Pastors LOMA LINDA, Calif, bending pastors who take, an occasional social cocktail may be responsible fof turning goraie of their parishioners into skid row drunkards. This Is the opinion of Dr. Win* ton H. Beaven of Washington, D. C., who Tuesday told the eighth annual Institute of Scientific Studies for the Prevention of. Alcoholism: ' ' '-. "The minister may be able tp hold his liquor, but some saint in the church who follows his exam pie and takes to drink, may UP on skid row. . ," "Save like we did! See your •'Take it from u«. Your Plymouth dealer can sav§ you big monty! Th* salesmw co»vwc«d us they're {Tiving special deals now Because sales are so Wgh, Try Toraion-AIre Eid», check that low price, and youjj won bt proud Plymoutij owneyp, too," See your JPlYMOUTH JPEAIER- - UICK! title was schoolmaster Bob Leahy of penjsop, who because of .his distinction as the defending champion didn't have to qualify. f'our former eh'ampiofls were i fl the fielcj with the ultimate goal of dethroning Leahy, busy this summer with graduate work at the tfn'iveirsity of Iowa. The former champs did fancy jobs in the 18-hole qualifying round Tuesday. SJtaky Start Rod Bliss of Des Moines, off to a shaky start as he went 3 over par for 8 holes and starling to worry as he put it a.bout even qualifying, recovered remarkably for a 70, 2-under par. He had a 32 on the inside, the best 9 of the day. Jack Webb, of Spirit Lake, the 1^49 winner and Herb KJontz of Ced,ar Rapids, who beat Bliss for the 1953 title here, had 71s and Fred Gorgon of Belmpnd, the 1947 champion, had a 78. Leahy and any or all af the former champs, however, might be wiped put early in the treacherous, 18-hole matches. Leahy's Opponent Leahy's opening opponent was Clark Toussaint of Cedar Rapids, who qualified with a 70, Bliss also drew a Cecjar Rapids opponent, Bofe Daviprwho ajso had a 76- Webb was matched with John Marschull o| Hampton, the Univer^ sity of Iowa plsiyer, who had a 76 and Klontz met Bernie Irwin of Des Mojnes, another 76 qualifier, Gordon's first round foe was Keith Campbell of pis Mpjnes, who had a 77. BJiss, who has won the title twjpe and Jost two times in the championship finals in an eight- year span sinee moving from Omaha to Des MPJncs, actually seemed more concerned with his 14-year-old son's round than his own 70. J«|t Misses Rod 1|J,. playing with hjs, father, scored a 79, just missi^f the fying limit qf~7i The, you ruined his phenceg with a triple bogey 7 and a double bogey s. Both Webb and Klont? had good opportunities of passing Bliss for medalist 'honors but Webb his when he went 3 over par on the loth and llth holes, Herb cquldn't get a Ipng putt dqwn. "Boy, I didlB't have, inything go down a}} day," Herb moinep;, Wi reason, top, because h? hit is 18 grejfiir for possible, birdjes. Sh«r« Runner-up Shtring 'runnerup hpnors with Webb SUP! KJouU; were John EJy msnn of Forest City, who pisys crpsg'hinde4, jfjpd Duanis Missey of Dubuque, 19-year-old Lor as .Col- )egfj graduate. One of the most interested, spdfr tatorg was aohnpy Jacobs, former ly of Cedar Rapids, now living in n«arby Garner. Jphnny, who won 4 reeofd six titles before turning professional, hopes to regain hie amateur status in ear-Jy Au|ust. Jacobs, now 8» ha? a particular fpndness for th« Mason City club, As in i««year.p,W youngster h« won his first state amateur title hen in 1938 aM his last at thi courw in 1950, I bach Seeks 19th Win in Row Tonight The league lead is at stake in Carroll when Coon Rapids clashes with the Carroll Merchants at 8; 15 p.m. Wednesday night. Jerry Ibach, the Coon Rapids pitcher, will .seek his 19th straJgh.t win. His las.t defeat was on July 25, 1956 in a relief rpje against The Lakes. His 18 consecutive victories include seven last summer, eight during the spring and three this summer. The invaders hold a half-game bulge over second-place Carroll and a loss would reverse the situation. On the other hand, a Coon Rapids victory would give the current leaders a on.e and one-half game edge. Meantime, the standings ip the middle bracket tightened up -in Tuesday night a.ction as Auduben shunted Churdan into the second division with an 11-3 victory over- Breda. " ,, Scott Paces Audubon Lefty Carrol] Scott paced the resurgent Cardinals as he hurled five and two-thirds innings of no- hit ball and led his mates at the ' plate with foyr singles hi five times at bat. The victory moved Audubon into third place, three games off the pace and pushed Breda, a notch deeper into -the cellar. Scott thwarted the Eagles until Kenny Goecke singled with two away and nobody on fn the sixth. He also recorded 15 strike outs over the nine-inning route. Wednesday Foes ' A pair of renowned strike out artists will oppose 'each other on, the mound in Carroll in the league showdown Wednesday. Don Burgess, the Carroll mam ager, will, oppose Jerry Ibach, the Cpon Rapids ace. Burgess ' has compiled 58 strike outs in, 49% innings and owns a 5-2 record. Ibach has 31 strike' puts in 29.^, innings; he owns a 3-0 record; a.ml he sports 8 .306 earned run average. '. ' In the only previous m.eetjnni between the two this, season, Ibach won a 7-4 • dtcjgion as h| limited Carroll . to five hits, iw gess was tagged for nine safeliiea in that encounter on June 23. '~ Troublesome Fifth The Breda Eagles ran headlong into a bad fifth inning on. Tuesday night when Audubon counted five runs on fo'ir hits, three Bre» <ja. errors and two bases on balls. The Eagles never quite recovered • from that blow. Audubon had gar^ nered three runs, in the- • (Jrgt'in* ,< ning and added another run in the sixth, ' / "; Rich LeweL the Auduben. ca|<sh> er, capped the triumph with 1 ' a home run in the ninth with a mate aboard. Breda scored in the se.yenthl : when with on§ away Ja,9fc Qilinp walked. He went to second - on Kenneth King's infield grounder and scored on Jim Bongfort's sin. ' • Link Leaguers Bravw _,.„., Cubs — Yankeei »™ Dodger? ^. -. i ~ S _ In the ninth, -the Eagles pair. Walks to Don SQh.enkelbsrg, King and Lou Oswald -filled th« bases (or a twcwun singlft by Oon Staples. ' • ' ••/•;' •• '•;• • Line Score: Audubon 300 051 (K)2 Breda 000 000 loa«, 3— ' Scott and Lewer MQal, Julich (?), Heisterkamp (8) and Heisterkamp. "Staples (S) Braves Dodgers Dick KeUy ind Higtdorn* Pet« Kelly an4 Provopulos t Cubi ....... - U « 0 Benifort, Wledemtyer »nd Qulnn Few Braves vi. Cubi tirs FIX TMt TV or Radio Now AUIO IXPIRT INJTHUMINT HiPAIj HARRIS TV.RAPIO HARRIS MUSIC CO, Otal-ftl'l IMVi WM» ltd FRIDAY JULY 12 REDMAN HI* ANNIB ON VOCAL! • * B i?2 Jolly O.l. o<*?t •Si', ^' ^ J. , . i ,,, 1 »','-.• '/ ' i A' '/&£ J

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