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Carroll Wins Protest in Start Gome In 3rd Here Next Friday Director* of the Central State League upheld a Carroll protest here Friday night and thereby wiped a Coon Rapids victory and Carroll loss off the current league standings. The protest wag filed by Carroll in connection with an umpire's decision that allowed Dick Textor to score an "inside the park home run" on what actually amounted to a "ground rule double." As a result of a five to one-vote by league directors, upholding the protest, the game has been rescheduled for next Friday night at Merchants Park in Carroll. Start in Third Inning The game will start in the top of the third inning with Textor on second base, and insofar as possible, with the lineups and batting orders intact as they were on the game here Wednesday night. Next Friday's game will be considered a new game and also will be considered an added game to the schedule. That means season tickets will .not be honored at the gate, league officials ordered. Retain Loop Lead As a result of the protest being upheld, the standings of Coon Rapids and Carroll revert to the position they were in preceding the 3-2 Coon Rapids victory that was wiped off the records. . That results in Coon Raplda retaining the lead with a 7-1 mark and leaves Carroll In second place with a 7-2 record. * When the game is replayed here next Friday, Coon Rapids will carry a one run lead into the top Timet Herald, Carroll, Iowa Saturday, July 13, 1957 Loop Standings W L Pet. >OB Coon Rapid* —.7 1 CarfoU ~ 7 2 Churdan _^— Audubon _ 4 Manning J 3 Breda 1 Campbell Bars Le .875 .778 5 S 6 .333 4V4 8 .111 6V4 Mr .500 S .444 34 Sunday's Gamess , Carroll it Churdan Manning at Breda Audubon at Coon Rapids Wednesday's Games: Audubon at Carroll Churdan at Manning Thursday's Game: Coon Rapids at Breda . Friday's Game: Coon Rapids at Carroll of the third inning. That was the situation at the point of the protest New Breda Manager In Sunday's games, Coon Rapids will entertain Audubon and Carroll will travel to Churdan. Breda, under the new manager­ ship of Howard "Butch" Helster- kamp, will entertain Manning. Ambrose Osterholt tendered his resignation as manager of the Eagles on Friday and Heisterkamp was named as new pilot. BACK TO GEORGIA ATHERTON. Calif. (* - Ty Cobb, the Georgia Peach—answering the soft sound of ducks de scending on a pond, the faint whirr of quail in a thicket — was pack ing to leave here and move back to his native Georgia. He will live in Royston, Ga. Business & Professional Directory W. L WARD D.S.C. CHIROPODIST FOOT SPECIALIST 215 N. Caere* Stroe* Offleo 9782 Horn* 9417 DR. M. J. HALL DINTIST 207 last 3th St. Dial 9774 Dr. Rex W. Hinson Optometrist M Compter* Visual Car* 102 Weat 5th St. - Dial MI7 Closed Saturday Afternoon During School Vacation Dr. John E. Martin OPTOMETRIST Vision Specialist Office Over Woolworth Store Hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. nv Dial 9709 Complete Visual Servlee Dr. 0. M. O'Connor Optometrist—Visual. Specialist Offk. Over Matt Houra • to s, Svtnlnas by Appointment. Dial MIS Carroll CARROLL CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC DR. R. A. HEESE CompUto Chiropraetie Htalth Strviet '.... Dial "3402 - Koepke Building' Ralph M. Crant ATTORNIY.AT.LAW 116* N. Adams St. . Dial 31*1 Al Boss Speclalltlng in Livestock Farm Auctions Dial 2363 — Carroll Dr. J. G. Donovan CHIROPRACTOR 410 West 3rd St. Office — Dial 3716 Residence ~ Dial 2283 Mtjytrs & Ton Crtti ATTORN lYS -AT-LAW Practice In all courts. Abstracts examined. Estate* settled. Urban J. Janning New York, Life Insurance Co. Life, Annuities, Aecldent, Sickness, Hospital A Oroup CARROLL, IOWA Iowa Land Servica Company Perm Management Farm Records V. Stuart Parry - Dial 9813 Dr. Roland B. Morrison, M.D. 117 East Sixth Street - Carroll, Iowa General Practice — Medlcel Diagnosis Fracture* — JC-Rays PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Dial 3543 Carroll Medical Center PAUL L. PASCOI, M.D. Surgery end Diseases of Women and Children Obstetrics Infant Feeding W. L MeCONKH, M.D. Medial and Svrglcal Treatment of Diseases of Rye, far, Nose and Throat Olesee* Fitted A R6AS ANNIBIRG, M.D. Medical and Surgical Treatment of Diseases of Rye, far, Nose end Threat OUstta Fitted 4, V, SUUIVAN r M.D. Odessa* and.. • Swrjery of the Ryo WALTRR A. ANNIBRRO, M.D. Surgery end Diseases of Women end Children Obstetrics Infant Feeding PAUL A. ANNiSSRO, M.D. Surgery and Disease* of Kidney, Slsdder, Prostata end Rectum , i. R, MARTIN, M.D. Surgery and Dlseeses of Bones and Joint* Including Fracture* JAMBS M. TIBRNIY. M,D. Internal Medicine Path Knights Oust Breda THE BETTER TO BELT IT . . . Remember'the days when professional ballplayers wouldn't dare appear on the field wearing glasses? Sammy White, Foston Red Sox catcher, offers.the newest evidence that a false sense of modesty In this department no longer exists. Yankees Take Four-Game Lead', Cards Retain Two-Game Margin By ED W1LKS The Associated Press Unimaginative bunch these New York Yankees. They change a few names in the cact every now and then, even get into a bit of a scramble for the American League lead once .in awhile—but Gomes Rips Lulu Perez By JOHN MORGANTHALER CLEVELAND UF)-"Boy, did he surprise me with that right in the second round," said Lulu Perez Friday night, as he sat holding an ice pack to a thick bandage over his left eye. Earlier Perez had just been the victim of a technical knockout by Harold Gomes in 1:10 of the sixth round of their scheduled 10 round televised lightweight boxing match staged in a factory * cafeteria. It was a unique locale for a television fight, and could start a trend/ Other big factories across the country have shown an interest. Gomes hit Perez, a 24-year-old former featherweight, with both lefts and rights for four rounds. Gomes, also a natural featherweight, was fighting at his, heaviest—130 pounds, a half pounc more than Perez. In the fifth round, Perez rallied to the cheers of the spectators, and won the round on all but one judge's card. But in the sixth, Gomes opened the cut again and referee Mike Minnich stopped it. "Yes, the ref was right," lamented Perez. "The blood was in my eye and I couldn't see." The factory, where 10,000 workers make jet aircraft parts, is in suburban Euclid, about 15 miles from downtown Cleveland. day by day, year by year it's the same old stuff. Take today, July 13. They've played 79 games, stand S3-26, have won six in a row, lead by four games and have lost only four of their last 28 games. On July 13,1956, they had played 79 games, stood 53-26, had won six in a row, led by 7% and had lost six of their last 28. League Chillers Casey Stengel's AL chillers made it 14 in a row (13 this year) over Kansas City Friday night with a 4-2 victory on a three-run homer by Harry Simpson, late of the A's. That gave the Yankees their largest lead of the season, what with Chicago's place White Sox idled by rain. Baltimore dipped back to sixth place, losing 8-6 at Cleveland as the Injuns gained a share of fourth place with Detroit. The Tigers defeated Boston 5-3 with Jim Bunning winning his 11th despite a after the Orioles blew a 6-0 lead to end their one-day stay in the first division Bunning gave up successive homers to Williams in the first and third innings. Williams' 21st and 22nd homers were good for all three Red Sox runs. The Cards backed up Jones' stuff with home runs by Stan Musial, Al Dark and Don Blasingame. Jones lost a no-hitter when Whitey Lockman singled in the sixth, then gave up his shutout when Willie Mays homered with two out in the ninth. Jones, now 7-3, and Ruben Gomez, 10-8 with the defeat, were warned about beanballs after throwing "dusters" at each other, but afterward said they were good friends and it was all good clean fun. Aaron Gets 28th Hank Aaron belted 'his 28th home run. tops in the majors, and Johnny Logan, subbing for injured Friday Ploy |pl ;.^i ; vv.-v. 4l^i". : *^'' ' BKKDA — Cartpll (Kuemper) PVfi n a ffifl I It advanced to a district tournament ••• ' tMt wltn state champion Council Bluffs (TJ) with a 12-0 five-inning triumph over St. Bernard's here , Friday night. MASON, CITY t»;~ ttyWM The victory vaulted the Knights champion. Bob Leahy of PefBson, lnt( , a headlong meeting with the went forth Saturday In <faest jif twrn that won the state champion- another Iowa A^eur i ^. title ,*hip in the, spring high school base- with only John CaBpheU^ska-, ,bafl tournament series, loosa, a surprise rival, standing in champs Beat AL bl« wa K' . . i ' j Kuemper and Tee Jay will dash • t ;Th«.;pe^^.^-ftiewtff on thjs Denison diamond Monday the 08kaloosa,Ming contact* at « : sfl,p.m. The spring champs who formerly tylfyed golf at the afl •<*•• • « l. • i. ~i 5 ,uuge", suuuing lor injurea pair of home runs by Ted Wil- 1 shortstop Felix Mantilla, hit his Arcadia First in Parochial League Arcadia took over first place in the Carroll County Parochial league with a 13-12 decision Thursday. Halbur remained in, contention for the crown with an 8-7 decision over the Carroll Golds. . The Carroll Greens forged a deadlock for the bottom rung of the ladder with their first victory of the season. It was a 14-8 triumph over Dedham and that lodged Dedham in a tie with the victors. Fr. Thomas Donahoe Indicated Saturday that the tie .game between Halbur and 4he Carroll Golds will remain as such until such time when either or both of the clubs are in very close contention for first place. If that situation develops, the tie game will be played off, he said. Standings; W Arcadia 6 Carroll Reds 5 Halbur 4 Carroll Golds 3 Dedham ± 1 Carroll G. « 1 6 Tuesday Games: Carrol) Golds at Arcadia Carroll Greens at Hilbur Dedham at Carroll Reds liams Cards Keep Edge In the National League, St. Louis retained a two-game lead as Sam Jones two-hit. New York's Giants 5-1. Milwaukee regained second place, beating Pittsburgh 5-4 after Philadelphia slipped to third, three games shy, with a 5-2 defeat, by the last-place Chicago half pound;Cubs. Brooklyn, despite only four ' Bits, took fourth place from Cincinnati, slapping a seventh successive defeat on the Redlegs 3-1— with none of the fisticuffs which sparked Thursday night's meeting. Simpson delivered his payoff sock Friday night against Ralph Terry — the young righthander traded by the Yanks in the June 15 deal that shifted Simpson to New York. Mickey Mantle's 24th homer and Vic Power's ninth had left it tied 1-all for Simpson's blast. Don Larson was the winner. Orioles Blew Lead Rookie Dick Brown, Rocky Colavito and Gene Woodling hammered two-run homers for the Indians. Mike Garcia won it in relief Gonzales Unwilling and Unwelcome in Tournament i 6 PRISONERS IN TROUBLE DES MOINES I* — Three male prisoners in the Polk County jail accused of attempting to dig a "peephole" from their cell into an adjoining women s cell, faced more trouble Saturday than they expected. The trio included two AWOL iallors and a man held for breaking and entering. POSTPONE DIABLO 1 ATQMUe TEST SITE* N *v. ,l|fc- : The trauMa-beset atomic test ex* E losion known as 1 '"Diablo" 1 ha* een postponed 94 hottrs again ba- causa of weather. second in two nights for the Braves. Don McMahon hustled in to get the final two outs and save Warren Spahn's ninth victory as the Bucs scored twice .in the ninth. Elroy Face lost it in relief. Robin Roberts, the Phils' veteran winner, lost his sixth in a row for the first time in the majors, giving up all the Cub runs in three homers for a total of 26 gopher balls and a. 6-12 record. Jerry Kindall homered twice, but it was Ernie Banks' two-run shot in the eighth that over hauled a 2-1 Phil lead for reliever Jim Brosnan's first victory. The Brooks had only two hits and a 1-1 tie against Johnny Klippstein until the eighth, when Glno Ctmoli tagged a 3-0 pitch for a two-run triple. Don Newcombe won his fifth in a row for a 9-6 record. Klippstein. 3-9, fanned 10. Three Dartmouth basketball players are playing baseball. They are Larry Blades, a second baseman, and pitchers Ron Judson and Dave Gavitt. By ED CORRIGAN FOREST HILLS. N. Y. Ufti-Jack Kramer's feud-racked Tournament of Champions opened at the lush West Side Tennis Club today with professional king Pancho Gonzales an unwilling and unwelcome participant. Gonzales, feuding with Kramer over money, capitulated Friday night after he was persuaded by his attorneys to hop a plane from his Los Angeles home. Kramer already had announced that negotiations had fallen through and that the tourney would go on without Pancho. Kramer Bristles "I was all for standing fast," the still-angry Kramer bristled. "I told the others I didn't want him in the tournament, that he already had made us look bad enough. "But I took a poll of the players, anyhow, and they were'unan­ imous in voting to have him play. I polled everyone except Frank Sedgman. I couldn't find him." Kramer said Gonzales told him that he was going to stay in. Los Angeles and be a movie star, that didn't need tennis. Five Per Cent "The entire argument was over five per cent, or about $20,000 over an 18-month period'," said Kramer. "I was not going to budge from my offer, Nor have, I bud|ed. Nor will I budge. Lew Hoad, of course, was ~ be the big attraction. The muscu lit young Australian signed only a week ago for v guaranteed $125,. 000 over a two-year span and is to fresh from his second straight Wimbledon victory. But Hoad's fat contract also distressed Gonzales. So for better or worse, Pancho is the center of attraction. Here is the opening day's lineup: Ken Rosewall vs Tony Trabert. Sedgman vs Lew Hoad.' Gonzales and-Rosewall vs Pancho Segura and Pinny Pails. Rasley, the Des Moines banker. Missed Four-Footer Rasley was on the 18th green and needed only to drop a 4-foot putt for victory but he didn't do it. Campbell also was. under pressure against Jim Aossey of Cedar Rapids and they were all square with 70s after the regulation 18. Two more greens and it was still even on 21. Then Aossey did not get on with his approach shot and that cost him the match. Lifeguards Catch Fish DES MOINES W> - Two lifeguards for the swimming beach at Avon Lake here> weren't fishing Friday but they eaught three,big fish anyway. Charles White and Dale Shawhan during a routine salvage operation dove to the bottom of the lake and Seek Opponents For Dedham Girls 12-Gin Frames PoTk|ng,Y« HefsferkaVnp, rf Chimin, 3b i -lei. Sehwabe. cf, p llberdlng, Huegerich Tlefenthaler,' c Detention, if Totals Kuemper Breda cf.f- TT «j ««;.«V '»rT «J,« "."«,-«» advanced to the district "with a 4 'o ^ffl'^ISJ^S victory over city rival Abraham 8 ' Lincoln on Friday night In a game Fridays ««m«inals, ak Council Bluffg . that had bMn Earlier Tto&U*. was "J* ^ ^cedonia. doubt that either would make it 1FtoU ° wln * the Kuemper game when they were extended to extra S, i ^* ho '" a » J ""w «on, of Council holes in the quarterfinals,, . w j u JJ« » cI " h batween An- They teed up at 8:30,a.m. Satur- »? on Denison scheduled for day for the final grind, over 38 8 P ,m,i ® n _ M ? mnd * y ' A holes, with the afternoon reuribV,. * 8h<M 1. Hur lu 8hu *Py*, lt set for 1 p.m. ^ - s Steady Jim Short hurled the Leahy recovered from his mornr^ n! 8hts i ^P. th « district as he ing scare in the semifinals to.'oust W«nke<r'Breda on four hits and Jack Webb'%f-Spirit LtoMwid 4 benefited from sterling support on and Campbell chased Herb Klontz tn * P« rt of ms mate »» of Cedar Rapids, 3 and 1. Kuemper wrapped up the contest. s Thus two former champions felL with an 11-run explosion in the [u by the wayside, Klonts who won fourth inning off tiring Breda it here ta 1954 ari^Wete,. the 1949 starter. Larry Wilberding, and titllst. ,t - -successor, Sehwabe. Wilberding, Three Under"'Par ,rV the 15-year old starter, held the Leahy touted the outgoing nine Knights at bay in the first three with par 36 and was 3 under when frames despite a bases-loaded jam gi L OU J 8 the match ended. He led Webb by in the second, three strokes at the turn, went 4 Start of Deluge up when Webb bogeyed No. 12 and In the fourth inning, Dave closed it out at the 1,4th hole with a Tigges coaxed a walk to lead off. birdie 2. ' H * «tole second and went to third Campbell was two strokes ahead on Jim Short's single. Short stole starting the back nine, picked up second and both runners rode another with a birdie, on, 13 and home on Dick Wiederhold's double, saw Klontz' chance* fade when the Larry-Brown whiffed on a third Cedar" Rapids 'man.missed' a 10- strike but lived when the catcher foot putt to bogey No. 16. dropped the ball and he beat the But all this was rather anti- throw to first. That moved Wieder- climax to what happened in the hold to third. Then Denny Wessling morning round when Leahy went, struck out. 20 holes before, overcoming Jim Bock kept the Kuemper rally KXTEMPBR R. Tiggea, 2b _ Colltson. if goyer, cf t>. Tiggee, ts i— Short, p .....,.„.„.. Wlederhold, ib : Hlnnerg, lb Brown, rf _ WigsUng, Sb Bock, c . Totals BREDA Koster, 2b Errors — Weggling 3, D. Tlrtes Tlefenthaler 3. Poking runi batted alive with a single that brought both Wiederhold and Wessling home to roost. Bob Tigges drew a pass that moved Bock to second. Jerry Collison singled to load the sacks. Joe Boyer singled to drive in Bock and Bob Tigges New Pitcher That signalled the departure of Wilberding in favor of Sehwabe. The new hurler was greeted by a triple off the bat of Dave Tigges that plated Collisori and Boyer. Short missed a third strike, but the catcher missed the ball and the batter reached first safely. A pitch that eluded the catcher en abled Tigges to dash home, but Short was thrown out at second. Wiederhold walked and Brown doubled him home. Wessling singled and Brown came home. Bock walked. Then Bob Tigges walked to load the bases. Jerry Collison struck out -to end the rally * Another Tally _ The Knights added another run roped a rusty 50-gallon barrel in the fifth without benefit of a hit. which once served as a float for With one away, Dave Tigges walk- the swimming area. ed. He went to second on a wild When they beached the barrel pitch and proceeded to third when they found it contained three cat- the shortstop erred on Hlnner's fish weighing 35. 22 and 17 pounds, grounder. Another wild pitch let * The lifeguards said they thought Tigges ride home before Brown the fish had swum Into the barrel grounded out., , when they were smaller and used Breda threatened in ' the first it for a hideout until they grew too when Tom Quinlin doubled with large to escape. The barrell origin- two away. He moved to third ally had an opening of only 8 by 8 when Wilberding was safe on an inches. error, but was stranded when White and Shawhan and mem- Huegerich bounded into a field bers of their families had a big er's choice, fish fry Friday night. Breda Leaded Bases The Bobcats loaded the bases in the second. Tlefenthaler- was hit by a pitch and then stole second. Sehwabe was safe on an error at , third and the base runner reach- DEDHAM — The fast-moving .ed third when the return throw Dedham girls* softball team is in- w« booted. Koster walked, but terested in booking -additional Polking struck out to retire the games as*they prepare to enter- side. tain Manilla in their next "home In the third, a walk and single contest on 'July 19, manager Jo- put two on but a.strike out retir- seph J. Schon reports. ed the side. In the fifth inning, The girls started the season with Quinlin singled and Wilberding du- five straight wins. They beat Gray plicated, Huegerich shot a ground- by scores of 24-5 and 19-1; Manilla er to third and Wessling stepped 19-1; Denison, 17-0 and Vail by on the bag for the force and his 11-3. ! x throw nipped the battet at first for teams Interested in scheduling a double play. Then Heisterkamp games .are asked to telephone Mr. grounded out to, record the Jtinal Schon at Dedham. * out. 'T""" We recommend for swine and We're sore yooU find It's flood business to odd Kraylets to your twine and poultry feeds. KrayleH is 80% nutrients of milk in concentrated dry kernel form. Feed Kray^ts at recommended levels for fast, economical gain*. Ask MI about formulas*' • i'4 4> mm hold 2, Bock 2, Brown, Weullng: two base1 • hit*—Wiederhold, Brown Quinlin; three base hits—6. Tigges stolen bases—D. Tigges, Short, TW enthaler; double Plays—Wessling to Hlnners: men leff on> bases—Kuem. ?* r ,.7. , ,.P r *,1 a 9: . ba , s l on balls—Short 4. Wilberding 4, Sehwabe 4; strlke- 2^5—§ h . ort fi Wilberding 5, Schwabe 4; hits, off pitcher—Wllderlng 5, «9ftul a 5? 3; runs and earned runs-I Wilberding 8 and 7, Sehwabe 4 and 4 i hit by pitcher—Tlefenthaler; wild [Itch—Sehwabe 2; winning pitcher— ihort; losing pitcher — Wilberding; -implres—Hyiand and Hleber; time —1:12. MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL By The Associated Press NATIONAI LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. 47 32 .595 46 35 .568 2 44 35 .557 -3 43 36 .544 4 44 38 .537 4tt 37 44 .457 11 30 51 .370 18 » 47 -.865 17Mi Milwaukee Philadelphia Brooklyn ._ Cincinnati . New York _ Pittsburgh Chicago ..... Today's Schedule Cincinnati at Brooklyn *St. Louis at New York Chicago at Philadelphia Milwaukee at Pittsburgh Friday's Results (All Night) Brooklyn 3, Cincinnati 1 St. Louis 5, New York 1 Chicago 5, Philadelphia 2 Milwaukee 5, Pittsburgh 4 Sunday's Schedule Milwaukee at Brooklyn Chicago at New York St. Louis at Philadelphia (2) Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (2) Monday's Schedule Milwaukee at Brooklyn (N) Chicago at New York St. Louis at Philadelphia (N) (Only games scheduled) AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. New York Chicago Boston .._ Cleveland Detroit Baltimore 53 26 49 30 43 38 40 40 40 40 39 40 20 49 26 56 .671 .620 4 .531 11 .500 13tt .500 13tt .494 14 234 284 •376 .317 Kansas City Washington Saturday'* Schedule' $ Washington at Chicago - New York at Kansas City * / Baltimore at Cleveland Boston at Detroit Friday's Results (All Night) New York 4. Kansas City 2 Detroit 5, Boston 3 Cleveland 8, Baltimore 8 . Washington at Chicago, postponed rain. Sunday's Schedule New York at Chicago (2) Washington at Kansas City (2) Baltimore at Detroit (2) Boston at Cleveland (2) - « Tve killed a child^ Just by taking a foolish chance." t ' No one expects to meet death on the road. No one ezpena to cause It. Yet', last year 40,0<JO Americans died in traffic accidents,; '.' ' Most of these deaths can be prevented—with your cooperation. , O Drive "My, aaurttavily yowitJ* Obiervt ipttd limits, warning its*, Where rrefflt laws %r« tteye «7 d««lhs g* DOWN) Insert itr to MtdfaflttMt of oil iroW« laws. They work rpr'y W , net •fal-ttt you. WhM«' NftU laws m •W»Hy •fifarste', *>«rHi at POW/41 1 MMttiatmAwtiQttofi • a t \L <l

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