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Coon Rapids Nips Carroll 3-2; Manning Over Cards ™ ™ / • .. •' - -- ^^ , Kuemper and Breda in Finals Friday Night 4MMHHHMMIV Knights Are 12-6 Victor Over Auburn BftEDA-the Kuempar Knights and Breda Bobcats set th« stage for Friday night's sectional final at 7:30 p.m. as both clubs pasted lop-sided victories here Wednea day night. Kuemper moved into the final with A 124 decision over Auburn *»d Breda advanced with a 15-3 victory over Rockwell City. Mound Foes Jim Short will be the Kuemper pitching choice on Friday night and his mound opponent will be Larry Wilberding, coaches Lou Galetich and Kenneth King indi eated Thursday. Kuemper got three runs in the first inning on walks to Bob Tigges, Jerry Collison, Joe Boyer and Larry Brown, an error and a hit by Denny Wessling. In the fourth, Auburn went ahead on a walk to Lesle, two consecutive Kuemper errors, a double by O'Tool,, single by Morenz, a walk to Lammers and a single by Bauer. , Regain Lead Kuemper regained the lead in the bottom of the fourth as Wessling walked, Bock was safe as the pitcher bobbled an attempted sacrifice and a double by Bob Tigges. that drove in the tie run. Then 2 times Herald, Carrot), lews Thursday, July 11, Sectional Scores AT BREDA Kuemper 12, Auburn 6 Breda 15. Rockwell City 4 AT GftlSWOLD , Extra 7, Audubon 0 (forfeit) Atlantic 8, Cumberland 4 At MOORHEAD Mondamin 10, Modale 2 Denison 7, Moorhead 2 Tigges went to third on a wild pitch and scored the lead run on Collison's sacrifice fly. The Knights added a counter in the. fifth when Short tripled and scored on Brown's sacrifice fly. In the sixth. Bob Tigges was safe on an error, Collison was safe on another miscue, Boyer walked, Dave Tigges singled. Short singled, Brown singled and the Knights had plated five more runs. . An error, fielder's choice, walk, wild pitch and infield' grounder enabled Auburn to score one run in the seventh. Line Score: Auburn 000 500 Kuemper 300 315 Fleming and Lesle Onken, Wiederhpld (4) and Bock , , Quinlin Paces Breda Tom Quinlin and Larry Wilber- paced Breda to the 15-3 vie- 1—6—3—2 -12-6-3 tory., byer Rockwell City in a five- inning,, affair. Quinlin led the hitters with a tri- GO! GO! GO! ... The Chicago White Sox are off a-winging with a new and swifter v edition of the Go-Go-Go Boys. Reading (he atftleteft running American League opposition ragged, especially 'on the bases, are, left to right, Luis ApaHcio, Jim Latidls and Minnie Mlnoso. pie, double and single. Wilberding hit a triple and single and pitched the first four innings. Line Score: ' Breda 224 61-15-10—4 Rockwell City 002 01— 3— 3—5 Wilberding, Luchtel (5) and Tiefenthaler, Wittry (S) Segers and Harris , We took to many tfrw \n. feadf during Jun* that wtf'ar* now loadad with . . . USED TIRES . Tremendous Borgoins Priced from The Famovr Firtftout Champta The oconomy »lr» for )h« •conomy buyer Sp*tal Sole Siu 6.00-16 Blockwoll *Plui tax end r»cappabl» tlrt The Premium NYLON "500" Buy one tire at regular $28.00 no-trade-in price and get second for ONIY Sto r 0,70-15 SlcKkwoJI f *Hu» tax and r«capperbl« Hf» The Pt liixt Svptr Champion 6.700S 'Blackwallf > tax end r.eappabl. fir* Transport Truck Tirol As low as 2.00 a week: Now.*. / ry*wj? < r ^m Six* 0.70-U Bbckwall •Mvt Vj> and r*xjppobU tirt The Be luxe ChemploM 1957 Hew cor Slu 6.00-16 *Ply» tax and r«oppabl. tlr. The firestone Supreme World's first blowout-sofi tlr» * Site 6.70-15 iBIackwoilf: *Wu» tax and rttoppabk tlr* , JUMP McNAUY! TRAVflOO *M»p.olall4 »t8f«, Caw and Mexico ! Your four old tires will oymff Utrade-ini I allowance* ol... for 6.70-13 8,20-15 • IKE SERVICE 2 North of ftittr Mobilgai StoHon On Hi|hw«y 10 Wfit 32 Golfers Enter 2nd Round in Iowa Amateur By L. E. SKELLEY MASON CITY Pressure mounted all along the line Thursday as two rugged 18-hole matches confronted 32 eager golfers in the Iowa Amateur Tournament, By early evening only eight will be left in the battle for the championship held by Bob Leahy of Denison. Leahy quite naturally hoped to be one of the eight. The 29-year- old school master just might run into trouble. He was paired in the second round with Jack Carlson of Mason City, who knocked out Gary Lockie of Davenport, in the first round, 4 and 3. Should Bob- escape from Carlson he would be up against either Dick Anderson of Cedar Rapids, or Les 'Johns'tone of Mason City, and both are extremely dangerous. Leahy 3 Over Par Leahy cruising along at a 3-over- Minors See New Leagues By JOE REIPHLER ST. LOUISWh-Top' minor league officials, distressed by rumored major league franchise shifts to their territories, predicted today a nationwide realignment of the~mi^ nors if the Brooklyn Dodgers and New York Giants move to the Pacific Coast. A higher echelon official said he would not be surprised if at least one^ higher classification circuit and a number of other baseball cities in the lower .minors .are forced to suspend operations if the Dodgers and Giants leave New York. "What's the use of kidding," said Edward Doherty, president of the American Association. "I jusj; hate to Jthink what would happen to our league should .the Giants move to Minneapolis. The same thing goes for the Pacific Coast League should the Giants move to San Francisco and the Dodgers to Los Angeles." / Exploratory Meeting Doherty, along with seven other minor league presidents, and George M. Trautman, president of the national association, had just come out of an exploratory meet' ing with Baseball Commissioner Ford Frick on the subjects of realignment, expansion . and Iran- chise transfers. The group, to a man, admitted the minor league "situation was never before in more dire straits. Declaring they had no knowledge of the Dodgers' and Giants' intentions, the officials confessed they don't know'- where they're going par rate, got a 2-up victory over Clark Toussaint of Cedar Rapids in the first round. Rod bliss of Des Moines, seeking .'his third amateur title, had young Jads Bunker of Cherokee, as his second foe. Bliss 'was one- under-par in a 4 and 3 decision over Bob Davis of Cedar Rapids. Bunker earned his shot at the tournament medalist by defeating Larry Collins of Cedar Falls, 3 and 2. Webb an4 LiCchty Duel The most exciting second round match could be the duel between Jack Webb of Spirit Lake, the 1949 champ, and Jack Liechty_.of. Iowa : City. They have something in common—both lost to Leahy in the 1956 tournament. Jack went down 3 and 2 in the third round and young Liechty carried Leahy to the 18th green before losing one-down in the semi finals. Webb was a 2-up winner over John .Marschall of Hampton,. and Liechty stopped'Dick Leighton of Cedar Rapids, 3 and 1 Wednesday.' . Herb Klontz of Cedar Rapids,! who won the championship here in 1953, was p 1 aired in the second round with,Robert Martin of Waukon. Herb scrambled to a one-up victory over Bernie Irwin of Des Moines and-.-Martin eliminated Hugh Cummtngs of Wever 2 and 1 Tin the flftt round, * : Trouble with Moods Klontz had trouble with his from here. 'Sitting back and waiting for the axe to fall is not a comfortable thought," said Leslie M. O'Connor, president of the Pacific Cosst League, "If we had any idea what the Dodgers and Giants- intended to do," complained Frank Shaughnessy, head of the International League, "then perhaps we'd'know what to do. But they apparently are fraid to trust us, FEWER HOME RUNS V NEW YQRK <* ~ What'* happened to the rabbit ball? Major league home runs are down almost five per cent from the 1956 totals. Through Wednesday night's gamt, $18 home runs were hit in the National League and 532 in the American lor an aggregate of 1,144. In as many games a year ago, 1,198 circuit blows were produced -681 in the National and W in the American. The Cincinnati Redjegs, whp tied the-major league record last season wife ffl homers, inp toow with loo. Th^ 1$ ip jj thejr 19M pace. Kansas City-head! 1h« American Leeiue with ej, representing | & Increase of 40 per csat ovir tot year, woods ' against Irwin. "It's some little thing I hope I can work out," said the 22-year-old .University of Iowa dental student. Fred Gordon of Belmond, one of, the four former champions in the first round, lost to Keith Campbell of Des Moines, 3 and 1, ' Jim Rasley of Des Moines, 3 under par in^a 6 and 5 triumph over William Henke of Charles City, faced 19-year-old Duane Massey of Dubuque in the second round. Slim Jim finished out Wednesday for a 4 under 68. Massey, who qualified with a ofle-under par 71,eliminated Marv Wolter of Mason City, 3 and 2. McCardell Advances Bud McCardell of Newton, loser to Leahy in the 1956 final, vws a 4 and 2 victor over Frank Walter of Marshalltowri. Bud played Lar-, ry Ramsey of Des Moines, -in the second round- Larry defeated .Ronnie-Knight of Marshalltpwn one up in j his first start.- Tom Garside of Davenport, number one player on the Notre Dame team, advanced with a one up decision in 19 holes over a fellow townsman 0, W. Murphy. Tom's second round opponent was Jim Aossey of Cedar Rapids, a 5 and 4 winner over Adrian Ringold of Mason City. • Upper Bracket Bob Leahy, Denison, vs. Jack Carlson, Mason City. Dick Anderson, Cedar Rapids, vs. Les Johnstone, Mason City. Duane Massey, Dubuque,, vs. James Rasley, Des Moines. Dr. Charles Kromer, Waverly, vs. Ken Korneisel, Clinton. Jack Webb, Spirit Lake, vs. John Liechty, Iowa City. JJruce Osmundson, Thompson, vs. Dave Aossey, Cedar Rapid?. Les Fields, Cresco, v§ . Ned Brandt, Mason City. ' George Lee, Huraboidt, vs. Todd Tischer, Fort Dodge. Lower Bracket Rod Bliss, Des Moines, vs. Jack Bunker, Cherokee. John Campbell, Oskaloosa, vs. Bill Nissen, Clear Lake. John Eymann, Forest .City, vi. John Jenney, Cedar Rapids. Tom Garaide, Davenport, vi. Jim Aossey, Cedar Rapids. Herb Klontz, Cedar Rapids, vi. .Robert Martin, Waukon, Braves Held In Check by Purkey, 5-2 By it> WILKS the Associated Pmt Young Bob Purkey, Pittsburgh's chubby-faced right-hander, looks as tHough he may be following in the footsteps of teammate Bob Friend, the Pirate ace who gave the pennant contenders all sorts of troubles two years ago while leading the National League in earned run averages. Friend, a bit battered these days, was the guy who almost owned Brooklyn's champs in '55. He was 14-&: that season for the last-place Bucs, with a 9-5 mark against the first division, while finishing with a 2.84 ERA. At the mordent, Purkey is 9-7 and leads the league with a 2.70 ERA, gaining his second victory over Milwaukee 5-2 Wednesday night. It was the only game scheduled in either league. Six-Hitter •» Purkey stopped the Braves with a six-hitter, striking out seven and walking two. A single by Red Schoendienst came 'ahead of Ed Mathews' 18th home run in the first inning, but Purkey then kept the Braves in check while the Pirates battled back against Bob Buhl. Bob Skinner hit a two-run homer and Gene Baker bagged it with a three-run single, Purkey, a Pittsburgh kid who spent most of last season in the minors after wrenching a knee in spring training, has picked up seven of his 1957 victories against the NL's five-team first division. He's beaten Brooklyn three times, Cincinnati twice. Only. St. Louis has given him trouble, beating him twice in two decisions. The Pirates, handed Buhl his fifth defeat in 14 decision when a walk, Dick Groat's single and an error by Frank Torre loaded the bases with two out in the sixth. With the runners on the move. Baker then ..lined. aJ-2_ pitch through"" short to junk a 2-2 tie. Buhl now has lost three in a row, after winning five straight. The Cardinals, who have been their, best on the road (26-11) and especially in the east (17-6), opened a 13-game swing through the east today at < New York against the sixth place Giants, Lindy McDaniel, 8-4 for the season and.2-0 against the Giants, was the Card probable against either Johnny Antonelli (7-7) or Ruben Gomez (10-7). , Third place Philadelphia, 3tt games back and only three .percentage points ahead of Cincinnati, resumes play after the All-Star game break~at home to "the Chicago Cubs In ' a twi-nighter. It's Harvey Haddix (7-5) and Curt Simmons (8-4), the'All-Star loser, against Bob Rush (1-7) and Don Elston (2-0). Cincinnati is at Brooklyn with Brooks Lawrence (9-5) going against young Danny McDevitt (3-1) for the fifth-place Brooks. In the American, first place New York takes its 2%-game lead to Kansas City, winless against the Yankees in 11 meetings this year. Former Yank Ralph Terry (3-3) is the A's probable against Bob Turley (4-2) tonight. Chicago's second place White Sox send Bob Keegan _ (4-3) against the Washington Senators and Pete Ramos (6-6). Fourth place Cleveland has a twi-night pair with Baltimore and it's Ray Narleski (5-1) and Bob. Lemon (5-7) for the Indians against Ray Moore (5-5) and Billy O'De'll (1-2). I bach Gets 19th Win As Merchants Falter Coon Rapids took a stfangle-hold oft first place" in the Central State League with a vital 3-2 decision ovef Carroll hefe Wednesday flight. Extra-base blows by pesky Dick Textor and Dale Tryon plus a run Scoring single by Dal* McCarty gav« Jerry tbach all the margin he needed to record his 19th con- secutivi pitching victory since last July, While th« Carroll Merchants were falling on*" and one-half games off the pace, Manning's Jim Wingrove shut out Audubon, 6-0, to tighten up the standings in the middle bracket, Audubon and Churdaw are tied for third place and are four games out while Manning remained five games out,' Before the largest home crowd of the season, the Carroll" Merchants fought down to the final out in a losing cause here Wednesday. Score Early Dick Textor blasted a Don Burgess pitch into left field fora double with one away in the first frame. He advanced to third as Mike Blanchard grounded to short. Tryon drew a pass and McCarty lined a single into right field to score Textor. Ron Mau ended the inning by tapping back to the pitcher. ' Carroll threatened to got the run back in the bottom of the first when both Bob Simpson and Cletus Heinrich were safe on errors. However, Simpson was caught off second on a snap throw Tjy catcher Mali. Then Ray Blankenship walked to put runners on first and second. With one away, Sammy Long struck out. Then Bill Burgess was retired on a grounder to -second.' Proceedings Enlivened An unusual play in the top of the third enlivened the proceedings with a quarter-hour interruption while, the umpires consulted the rule book and both teams launched vigorous protests. Textor drove a ball into left field and it got past Heinrich and rolled to the fence whereupon the ball adhered itself or otherwise got stuck in J;he fence. Before tfie" ball "could' be retrieved, the ,runner had rounded second and sped unmolested to the plate. That's when the" big argument got underway. It was. finally ruled a hit and error on the basis that the error had deflected the 'ball into the fence,, in which case it was still '^ve" and whe.re.fore the runner kwas entitled to advance^ „ Wybri 'Erased Doubts A's it turned out, it didn't make the slightest bit of difference one way. or the other because Textor would have scored in any event. After Blanchard struck out, Tryon —the third batter in the inning- blasted a home run over the left field-fence. That was the extent of Coon Rapids scoring for the evening. They threatened thereafter but couldn't dent the plate. In the fourth Ibach doubled with two .if-.. • * Box Stores C06X RAPIDS MOflth*!, SS ..... Textor, '2b ..... _ Blanchard, 3b Tryon, cf ... Mccarty, U Mau, c ....... Doran, Ib Taylor, rf Waters, rf _______ ............... . _ PfescoU, rf .............. ....... .... 0 Ibach, p Totals ...... CAAROU, Simpson, 3b _______________ -, Heinrich, If ..._ ................. ... 4 Blankenship, 2b ............ 3 Long, cf ............................ ....... 3 B. Burgess, Ib ______________ 4 Bengfort, ss ____ .......... „... 3 Hesfed, rf ................. _ ......... 4 ROthmeyer, c _______________ 4 D. Burgess, p _______________ 4 Totals ..... !..._ ................ 33 _ v Coon Rapids .....102 000 000—3 Carroll ..,: ................. 000 l5l 600—2 „ Errors — Monthel 3, Stmpsort „, Blanchard, Heinrich, B, Burgess; runs batted in — Tryon, McCarty, Long, Bengfort: two base hits— Textor 2, Ibaoh; home runs — Tryori, Long; sacrifices — Doran; sacrifice fly — Bengfort; double plays,— Mon- thel-Textor-Doran; D. Burgess-Elan- kenshlp-B. Burgess; Blankenship- Bengfort-Doran; men left on base* —Coon Rapids 6, Carroll 9; base on balls— Ibach 4, D. Burgees 1: Strike outs — Ibach 8, D. Burgess g: runs and earned runs— Ibach 2 and 2, D. Burgess 3 and 3; hit by pitched ball — Mau; wild pitch— Ibach; winning pitcher — Ibach: losing pitcher — D. Burgess; umpires — Hanson and Welch; time— 2:12. • Loop Standings W L Pet. Coon Rapids ....8 1 .889 Carroll ._ .7 3 .700 Audubon 4 5 .444 Churdan _-_,..4 5 .444 Manning ....___ 3 6 .333 Breda —._......l 7 .125 Wednesday'* Results: Coon Rapids 3, Carroll 2 Manning 8, Audubon 0 Thursday's Game: Breda at Churdan Sunday's Games: Carroll at Churdan Manning at Breda .Audubon at Coon Rapids GB 4 4 5 6V4 away but was stranded when Monthei struck out. An error put Mau on in' the sixth, but he was erased on one of two Carroll double plays. Monthet lived on an error in the seventh but was stranded at first., Tryon gave Carroll fans a scara in the.eighth wHen he drove Heinrich to the fence to catch a well- tagged drive. Fourth-Inning Rally Carroll got one run back in the fourth. Blankenship led off with a single. He went to second on a wild pitch and Long walked. Bill Burgess rapped into a Jielder's choice as Blankenship raced to third. Rich Bengfort drove a fly to right and Blankenship scored after the catch. Ron Bested kept ths rally alive with a single, but Bob Rothmeyer grounded into a fielder's choice to end the inning. •• Long's Fourth Homer Sammy Long hit his fourth hom« run of the season as lead-off batter in the sixth inning. Bill Burgess followed with a single and Bengfort was safe on an error. Hested popped to the mound, on an attempted sacrifice. Rothmeyer foaled out to the catcher and Don Burgess struck out to retire the side,. In the eighth with two away, Bengfort again was safe 'on an- error. Hested slashed a single into left, but Bengfort had to hold at second. Then Rothmeyer again hit into a fielder's choice to end the inning. Wlrtgrove Scattered Hits Jim Wingrove scattered nine hits over a nine-inning route 'to give Manning a shut-out victory over Audubon. f : ; : He got his working margin in the fourth when Horbach singled, Rostermundt singled, Ramsey grounded out and Horbach scored. Then Lucas walked, Ohde flied to center and Rostermundt scored after the catch, Mmei«r walked and Hargens singled Lucas home. In the 'seventh, with 'one 'away Horbach was safe on an error and Rostermundt got similar ' life. Ramsey drove both base runners home with a hit. Lucas struck out, but Ohde was hit by a pitch, Irlmeier's hit scored Ramsey and Hargens drove in both Ohde and Irlmeier. Line Score: Manning 000 300 500—8—11—1 Audubon 000 X)00 000—0—. 9—3 Wingrove and Irlrneier ' Johnson. Peppers (4) and Lewer Now Save Plenty of Cash With a Ronning Fleet Discount Card CajtybeH, De* MOJJJ*S,.Y|. tujsri, Newton. •„ Dr. Chirlw Ufrtajraff, Boon*, y*. AJwc 'Stewart, Pt» Moines. 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