Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 20, 1957 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Saturday, July 20, 1957
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Coon Rapids Retains Loop Lead On 6-0 Carroll Blanked by I bach on Five Hits Any lingering doubts in the; minds of the Coon Rapids faithful j were quickly dispelled here Friday night by a vicious assault on, the offerings of Don Burgess in j the third inning. I It was the replay of the cele-! brated protested game — original• Box Scores COOK RAPrns Monthei, s* —— textftr, 2t> BUnthArd, 3b Trvon. et - McCarty. It .... Msu, e — Poran, lb Tavior. rf Ibach. p 4 Totals 42 i i o AB R H FO A _. 6 0 0 1 3 -5 ... 5 ... 2 „ 5 ... 5 5 S CARROLL Simp*on, 3b 3 Heinrich, U — 3 u Bl«nken»hrp. 2b 3 0 Long, ct 4 0 B. Burgess, lb _ 4 0 Benefort, ss 4 0 Hested. rf . 4 0 Rothmeyer, c 4 0 D. Burgess, p 1 0 Beck, p —— l 0 °0! 1! o; Oi 0 12; 14 27 10 AB R H PO A I I I \ 1 0 0 1 4 ? 2 0 1 0 5 0 0 0 1 3 -\rv, y * w w v 1 Totals 31 0 5 27 14 Coon Kaplds 104 100 000—6 14 3 Carroll .„ _ .000 000 OOO— 0 5 5 Errors — Mont net, Blanc-hard, Ibach, Simpson 3, Heinrich, Rothmeyer: runs hotted in—Mccarty 2, Blanchard, Mau, Taylor: two base hits—Textor, Blanchard, Mau; sacrifices—Simpson; double plays—Tex- tOr-Dorari; Monthei - Textor • Doran; men left on bases—Coon Rapids 10, Carroll 8; base on balls—iDach 3, D. Burgess 1. Beck 1; strikeouts— Ibach 11, D. Burgess 3, Beck 3; J its off pitcher—D. Burgess 10, Beck : runs and earned runs—D. Bur- f ess 8 and 6, Beck 0 and 0: passed all—Rothmeyer; winning pitcher— loach; losing pitcher—D. Burgess; umpires—Hanson and Welch. ly won and subsequently scratched — by Coon Rapids on July 10. Friday night the defending champions won a clear-cut 6-0 decision to take a commanding one and one-half game lead over second place Carroll in the Central State League. When the replay game got underway in the top of the third inning, the visitors were one run to the good and had Dick Textor perched on second base with none out. Run-Scoring Double Mike Blanchard whaled Don Burgess' first pitch over the head of center-fielder Sammy Long for a run-scoring double. Textor trotted home with run number two and that signified the beginning of the end. Before the carnage was over, the defending champs had collected three more runs in the frame. However, it made very little difference to the outcome because Jerry Ibach blanked the Merchants on five scattered singles to record his 20th straight mound triumph. The Coon Rapids ace, who hails from Bayard by way of Buena Vista, struck out 11 batters and walked three. He was never in serious danger as he throttled the Carroll rallies with timely strikeouts and benefited from a pair of double plays. After Blanchard had doubled Textor home, Dale Tryon popped Loop Standings w 9 8 6 5 4 2 W. L WARD D.S.C. CHIROPODIST FOOT SPECIALIST 215 N. Carroll Street Office 9782 . Home 9587 DR. M. J. HALL DENTIST 207 Bast 5th St. Dial 9774 Complete Visual Cara Dr. 0. M. O'Connor, Optometrist , Vision Specialist — Dial 3318 Office Between Duffy's Bootery..and illerbroek's Closed Saturday Afternoon During Vacation Dr. John E. Martin OPTOMETRIST Vision Specialist Office Over Woo I worth Store Hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Dial 9709 Complete Visual Care Dr. Rex W, Hinson OPTOMETRIST 102 W. 5th St. — Dial 9687 Closed Saturday Afternoon During School Vacation Coon Rapids Carroll Churdan Audubon Manning Breda Friday's Results; Coon Rapids 6, Carroll 0 Sunday's Games. . Carroll at Manning Breda at Audubon Coon Rapids at Churdan Tuesday: All-Amerlcan Girls at (Exhibition) Pet." OB .818 .667 .500 .455 .363 .182 4 5 7 Carroll CARROLL CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC DR. R. A. HEESE Complete Chiropractic Health Service Dial 3402 — Koopko Building Ralph M. Crane ATTORN EY-AT-L AW 516H N. Adams St. Dial 3161 Al Boss Specializing In Livestock Farm Auctions Dial 2363 — Carroll Dr. J. G, Donovan CHIROPRACTOR 410 West 3rd St. Office — Dial 3716 Residence — Dial 2283 Meyers & Ton Creti ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Practice in all courts. Abstracts examined. Estates settled. Urban J. Janning New York Life Insurance Co, Life, Annuities, Accident, Sickness, Hospital A Group CARROLL, IOWA Iowa Land Service Company Perm Management Farm Records V. Stuart Perry - Dial 9183 Dr. Roland B. Morrison, M.D. 117 East Sixth Street — Carroll, Iowa General Practice — Obstetrics Fractures — X-Rays PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Dial 3543 out. Dale McCarty kept the Coon Rapids assault forces on the move with a smash into right field. That, brought Blanchard home. Another Double Rdnnie Mau doubled to left and McCarty hustled around the bases for another tally. After Doran popped out, Taylor got into the act with a single to second that resulted in Mau crossing the plate. Ibach lined out to end the uprising. By the time Carroll got to the plate in the bottom of the third, Coon Rapids was out in front by a 5-0 score. Don Burgess drew a base on balls and Carroll partisans rallied to the cause. Bob Simpson was out on an attempted bunt-for-a-hit that wound up as a sacrifice. Then Cletus Heinrich walked to put runners on first and second. ' Long Victimized Ray Blankenship grounded out from. Doran to Ibach covering as the base runners advanced. With the stage set for the cleanmp hitter, Sammy Long, Ibach tooled a low third strike past over-anxious Sammy and the rally died. Coon Rapids came back with an insurance run in the fourth. With one away, Textor singled to left. Blanchard popped out, but Tryon kept the rally alive with a single to center. McCarty singled to right and Textor rrde home with run number six. Ronnie Mau ended the inning with a ground out, but it gave Carroll fans a few anxious seconds as the hot smash caaromed from pitcher Burgess to second-baseman Blankenship who threw the runner out at first. Spell Broken Bill Burgess broke Ibach's spell with a lead-off single to center in the bottom of the fourth. Rich Bengfort went down on strikes and Ronnie Hested suffered a similar fate. Bob Rothmeyer grounded out to end the inning. In the fifth, Don Burgess quickly disposed of Doran and Taylor on ground outs before Ibach was safe on an error. The Bayard speed merchant sped to second on the overthrow and went to third on a passed ball. But Burgess got Monthei on strikes to curb the threat. In the bottom of the inning, Don Burgess went down on strikes. Then Bob Simpson lined a single into right field as Carroll tried to strike back. Heinrich lined a hot smash at Textor and ths Coon Rapids second baseman converted it into a double play to retire the side. . Beck Takes Over Frank Beck replaced Burgess on the mound in the sixth. With one away., Blanchard singled to center. Tryon singled to left. Both were stranded when McCarty lined to Simpson and Mau struck out. In Carroll's sixth, Blankenship and Long both struck out, Then Bill Burgess was safe on an er- lit*, "k... W », ... i n,, .I.'* t /aCaA 'V _>k ^ J JUBILANT BATTERY . . . Jerry Ibach, left, and Ronnie Mau are shown here In locker room celebration following 6-0 victory over Carroll Merchants In replay of protested game here Friday night, Ibach was star of show as he recorded 20th straight triumph and Mau, the catcher, contributed a double to the Coon Rapids attack. (Staff Photo) from dale barton's KEYBOARD Carroll Medical Center PAUL L. PASCOH, M.D. Surgery and Diseases of • Women and Children Obstetrics Infant Feeding W. L. McCONKIE, M.D. Medical and Surgical Treatment of Diseases of Bye, Bar, Note and Throat Glasses Fitted A, REAS ANNEBERG, M.D. Medical end Surgical Treatment of Diseases of lye. Gar, Nose and Throat Glasses Pitted J. V. SULLIVAN, M.D. Diseases and Surgery of the lye Glasses fitted WALTER A. ANNEBERG, M.D. Surgery and Diseases of Women and Children Obstetrics Infant Feeding PAUL A. ANNEBERG, M.D. Surgery and Diseases of Kidney, Bladder, Prostate and Rectum J. R. MARTIN, M.D. Surgery and Diseases of Bones end Joints Including Fractures JAMES M, TIERNBY. M.D. Internal Medicine DIAL 3557 How would you explain it to a child? you tell him after the crash—"Daddy isn't coming home any more"? Does that explain even one death... let alone 40,000 In traffic accidents last year? Here*9 how you can help: O Drive lately, eourUowly Obi.rvt »p««d limits, warning ilgiM. Whirs taM« law* we obeyfd, deathi DOWNI © Irulit en strict •nforetm.nt et all traffic lewi, Th.y work for you, not ogolnit you. Where traffic taws art itrlctiy tnforctd, death* go DOWNI Upptrl yew rW Safety (mull Published at a public tervic* in cooperation with TKt AdmrHiint Council ' undtht W&wtpop*r MiXrtuinf e Bfor uhjmi Attociotion e INGREDIENTS: The crowd at Merchants Park in Carroll on Friday night reminded many of the turn-outs for the Iowa State League games here a few seasons back. It represented the approximate size of crowd that has been hoped for since the inception of the Central State League. From an attendance viewpoint, Friday night just couldn't miss. All the ingredients were in evidence. Carroll and Coon Rapids went into the game in a tight race for first place. Fans were thoroughly familiar with the players on both teams and the weather was conducive to getting out in the open and watching a fast, well- played baseball game. The two teams split the proceeds on the replay game and the concession stand did a boom-town business. Uneasy Feeling In Large Doses For Fred Haney By ED CORRIGAN NEW YORK UP—Uneasy is the head that' wears the crown, and manager Fred Haney of the Milwaukee Braves takes his uneasiness in large doser these days. The Braves are leading the National League, but Haney said today: "I've never seen anything like this year's rat race. "This is the most peculiar race I've seen. It should go right down to the wire. Why if you lose two games the way the race is going, you're in fourth place." Haney is worried about his injury-riddled crew. But the replacements are coming through well. Right now, Hank Aaron, the top hitter in the league, is out, along with Felix Mantilla, Bill Bruton and Joe Adcock. ror and Rich Bengfort singled to right. Hested left both stranded with' a strike out. Taylor singled for Coon Rapids in the seventh with one away. He was erased on Ibach's fielder's choice and Monthei lined to short for the third out. It was one-two-three for Carroll in the bottom of that frame. Coon Rapids threatened again in the eighth when Blanchard singled with one away. Tryon walked and both moved up on Mccarty's ground out. Then Mau was thrown out from third to first to. retire the side. Futile Rallies Carroll got another rally stlrted in the bottom of the eighth when Blankenship singled with one away. Long popped out to the catcher and Bill Burgess grounded out. Coon Rapids was retired in order in the top of the ninth. The Carroll Merchants fought right down to the wire in the fl-! nal frame and launched a final j rally on Bengfort's lead-off single. { After Hested struck out for the third time Friday and fourth time in the two-part game, Rothmeyer grounded into a fast double play and it was all over. MIDGET LOSE: The Kuemper Midgets, under the tutelage of Coach Steve Garbier, dropped a 9-1 decision to Templeton on Friday. * * * BLACK HAWK: Outboard motor boat races, parade of floats and fireworks will highlight the Black Hawk summer carnival at Lake View on July 27 and 28. The program will start Saturday afternoon with a kiddie parade. Surf board and water ski exhibitions are scheduled in the evening, Boat races are scheduled Sunday afternoon and a parade of floats on the lake will take place Sunday evening. The fireworks will wind up the two-day carnival Sunday night. lowan Duels With Bailey On 36 Holes By L. E. SKELLEY OMAHA UrV-Ann Cagey Johnstone, a, 34-year-old golfing mother from Mft6on City, Iowa, and Meriam Bailey, 20-year-old National Collegiate champion, were matched Saturday in a Sfi-hole duel for the Women's Western Amateur championship. Mrs. Johnstone, who has a 5- year-old daughter, is a five*time winner of her state championship, went to the semifinals of the National Amateur in 1056 and had a successful tour of the Southern circuit last winter Former Instructor For a brief spell Ann was a golf Instructor at Stephens College, Columbia. Mo. She might give another lesson Saturday to a young star just in her ascendancy. But Meriam, registered from the Palatine, 111, club but whose home is in Evanston where she will be a junior in Northwestern University next fall, showed no signs of needing any Instructions in winning her semifinal match Friday. A slow, deliberate player, Miss Bailey literally raced away from Polly Riley, 31. oi Fort Worth. Tex., who twice has won the Western Amateur, for a 4 and 3 victory. Mrs. Johnstone ended the hopes of Anne Richardson, the tall, 21- year-old blonde from Columbus, Ohio, 3 and 2 Friday. Steady Pace One up at trie turn, the lowan won four holes in a row to get her opponent dormie at 13. The | Ohio champion, erratic through| out, was in trouble each of the i first four holes on- the Inside. Miss Richardson steadied for conceded birdie 3s at 14 and 15 where Mrs. Johnstone hit a brief wild streak, but <t was all over at 16 with' a pair of par 5s. Big Three on Prowl In National League Navy Crew coach is considered the dean of America's rowing coaches. He begnn rowing at the University of Washington in 1911. %3 BREAKS MILE RECORD .... British runner Derek Ibbotson broke the world record for the mile at a track meet In London, Eng. He was clocked In three minutes 3.57:2. Ibbotson, 23, is shown here clasping his hands over his head in champion fashion after he broke the four minute mile with a time of 5.59:4 on Aug. 7, 1956. (NEA Telephoto) Ibbotson Shows Heels To Fastest Field of Milers LOOT FOR HODGES BROOKLYN (.fl-Gil Hodges, the Brooklyn Dodgers' popular first baseman, picked up a new car, dozens of assorted gifts and his 1,000th career run-batted-in Friday night at Ebbets Field. The 33-year-old veteran, now in his 12th season, had only two hits in nine trips, with a single in each game of a twi-night doubleheader against Chicago But he scored the winning run in the first game, won 6-3 in 10 innings, and drove home the first run of the nightcap, won 5-3, as the Dodgers swept a twinbill for the first time this season. Alex Wilson, Notre Dame track coach, was second in the 800-meter run and third In the 400-meter race in the 1932 Olympics while com* petiag for hit native Canada. By MILTON MARNOR LONDON MR—A laughing Yorkshire lad who runs for the joy of it has set the athletic world wondering today just how fast a man can run a mile. Derek Ibbotson of Britain, a 24- year-old paint salesman, Friday night shattered John Landy's 1954 world mark of 3:58 wit u a majestic 3:57.2 clocking at the White City Stadium. He won what must be regarded as the greatest mile race ever run. The first four finishers bettered four minutes and the fifth man was timed in 4:00.6. It marked the 15th time that the 4- minute mark has been broken. Bunched Field Ron Delany of Ireland finished second last night. The Czech 1,500 meter world record breaker, Stanislav Jungwlrth, finished third in 3; 59.1. Ken Wood of Britain came home fourth in 3:59,3. Poland's Stafan Lewandowski was fifth in 4:00.6. In Stockholm Friday night, Dan Waern of Sweden ran the classic distance in 3:59.3 and said he felt he could do better. Ibbotson finished roaring home 10 or so yards ahead of Delany. Ibbotson's last quarter was run in about 57 seconds. British Tactics What made the race slightly wild in tactics was the presence of a small British runner named Michael Blagrove. This miler carried the field through the first quarter in an unbelievable 55.3 seconds and the half mile in an incredible 1:55.8. The field wasn't even stretched out at the ball milt. But the scorching early pace forced a slow third quarter. Jungwirth reached the start of the final lap in 3 minutes flat. Ibbotson said he believed he might have done 3:65 if it hadn't been for the hot early pace. Ibbotson waited for the last 300 yards'to make his move. He ac« celerated and left the front* runner, Jungwirth, a sitting,'duck for Delany to pass. Landy's Reaction In Melbourne, Australia, Landy said, "Gee, that's great, but It should have happened a long time ago," when he heard that Ibbotson had broken his record. "But." Landy added, "this new record will be broken many times this summer in Europe, And I think Merv Lincoln and Herb Elliott should get inside it once the AustralTan season gets under way." , "I'll never run in competition again," Landy added. "Now I just run a couple of times a week to keep in trinr" • By ED WTLKS The Associated Press The favored "big three"-Milwaukee, Brooklyn and Cincinnati —are on the move and this could be the beginning of the end for the pretenders among the contenders in the hoi National League pennant chase. Milwaukee's first-place Braves, crippled and bandaged, have found ways to win even without hlttin' Hank Aaron and slugging Joe Adcock. Brooklyn's defending champs have become the hottest team in the league, with Duke Snider back, jumping from fifth to second. And Cincinnati has quit fifth to move within one percentage point of third-place St Louis. The Philadelphia Phillies, meanwhile have collapsed with four defeats in a row and now are fifth again. St. Louis' Cardinals have blown a three-game lead and how are third, two games behind. Handy Andy The Braves made it four In a row Friday night beating the New York Giants 3-1 as old-timer Andy Pafko smacked two home runs and cracked open a tie ball game with a two-run belt in the ninth. Brooklyn moved up by beating Chicago's last place Cubs twice, 6-3 in 10 innings and 5-3 for the Dodgers' first doubleheader sweep of the season. Pittsburgh routed St. Louis and the Cards' young sensation, Von McDaniel. 7-0. Cincinnati-clobbered the Phils and 12- game winner Jack Sanford 7-2. Draped With Crepe The American League, race, already draped with crepe, showed the New York Yankees with a six- game bulge after whipping Cleveland 9-1 as Boston disposed of the second-place Chicago White Sox 5-2. Detroit defeated Washington 4-1 and Baltimore beat Kansas City 4-2. Gene Conley won his third in a row with a seven-hitter as the Braves finally beot ex-mate Johnny Antonelli. The southpaw had blanked the Braves on three singles after Pafko's second-inning home run until Andy parked one following a walk in the ninth. Conley Is 3-4; Antonelli 9-8. The Braves are 7-3 since the All- Star game, the Dodgers are 8-1. Homers by Snder Duke Snider homered in both games for the Brooks for seven in Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa Saturday, July 20, 1957 nine games. His 22nd tied the opener 3-all In the 10th before rookie John Roneboro bagged It with a three-run homer. Reliever Clem Labine won it for a 4-5 rec* ord after losing five in a row. The Cubs had only four hits In the opener, but three were hom» ers—two by Lee Walls. A pinch single by Randy Jackson broke a 3-al) tie in the night* cap sixth, giving Sal Maglie a 4-2 record. Pittsburgh swung for nine hits off McDaniel. who lost his second in a row for a 4-2 record, as the Cards lost their seventh in the last nine. Vern Law walked none and scattered nine singles for his sixth victory. Ex-Card Bill Virdon had three hits. Sanford, who has lost three, two to the Redlegs. was smacked for 11 of 15 Cincinnati hits—all singles except for George Crowe's 21st home run with a man on. Joe Nuxhall won his fourth. A bases loaded balk by Don Mossi helped the Yankees to a 2-0 I lead in the first inning, and they j really put It away in a five-run ! seventh as Bill Skowron hit a three-run homer. Whitey Ford had a three-hit shutout for six innings, then gave up Gene Woodllng's home run and left with a recurrence of his shoulder troubles. Pierce Whacked Ted Lepcio, replacing the Injured Billy Klaus, whacked a three-run homer and Ted Williams hit his 27th as tho Red Sox beat Billy Pierce, now 13-7. Willard Nixon won it, with relief help. Paul Foytack won his 10th, one ! more than he's lost, with relief i help after the Tigers tagged Pete I Ramos for all their runs in four j innings. Frank House homered I for Detroit. ! Billy Loes won his 10th with a j seven-hitter for Baltimore, losing I a shutout on Vic Powers' double I in the seventh Woody Held ! homered for the other A's run In the ninth. Less than one month before he won the 1957 U. S. Open golf crown, Dick Mayer won only $25 in the Kansas City Open. A last round 78 gave him a 294 total and a tie for 30th place. Calhoun Wins Decision; Ballarn Wins the Crowd By JACK HAND SYRACUSE, N. Y. 1* - Rory Calhoun won the decision but Germinal Ballarin, a clever Frenchman with a slick mustache, won the crowd. Many of the 1,447 customers who paid $3,029 to watch the bitterly contested 10-round nationally televised fight Friday night thought the Parisian deserved the win or at least a large "e" for effort. Unanimous However, the men whose judgment is official said Calhoun won unanimously. Referee Joe Palmer had it 5-4-1; Judge Dick Albino scored it a 7-2-1 and Judge Harold McGrath saw it 6-3-1. The AP card returned Calhoun a winner 5-4-1. Calhoun, the 3 to 1 favorite, bulled in with wild lunges that often m Is s e d fire while the Frenchie countered with quick punches. Rory, a 22-year-old middleweight from V/ h i t e Plains, N. Y., who is rated No. 4 contender in the class, was cut on the left cheekbone in the first and Ballarin was sliced around the left eye in the sixth and seventh- French Screams There were wild screams from the French camp in the dressing room after the bcut. "I gave my fighter six or 6even rounds," said manager George Bretonnel. "I was very disappointed with the decision. My fighter was handicapped by the cuts which wpre provoked by butts." Calhoun's quarters also talked about a head butt, only the other way around. "He's rough with his head," said Rory. "But I'm sure it wasn't intentional." Calhoun weighed 160, Ballarin 159. MOVING Local and Notion Wido Storage — Cretins — Packing Ph, Day 2540 Ph. 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