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Monday, July 22, 1957
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Churdan Nips Coon Rapids, 9-8; Other Clubs Rained Out Old Timers Honored at Cooperstown COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. (A Marge Joe McCarthy and Wahoo Sam Crawford formally enter Baseball's Hall of Fame today. Although McCarthy never made the majors as a player, he left his mark as a manager with nine pennants, eight of them with the New York Yankees. Under McCarthy's rule, the Yanks won seven World Series. Crawford, 77, has been out of baseball since 1917 He collected 2,964 hits in 19 big league seasons at Cincinnati and Detroit. Both Present Both McCarthy, 70, and Crawford were able to be present to accept the honors piled on them last February by the special 11- man Veterans Committee. Under the new system of Hall of Fame voting, adopted last year, new members are selected on alternate years by the Veterans Committee and the 10-year members of the Baseball Writers Assn. Regular Visitor In recent years. McCarthy has been a regular visitor to this historic community on Otsego Lake were Abner Doubleday is supposed to have scratched out the first diamond with a stick. The dedication of the plaques to the new members always is the most important business of the day. Later the crowd adjourns to Doubleday Field, where over 9.000 ALL-AERICAN GIRLS . . . who will opose the Carroll Merchant* In an exhibition game here Tuesday night are shown as they line up with founder Bill Allington, far left. This all-girl team is considered one of the most sensational attractions in baseball. Every girl in the lineup is an experienced player. They field, hit, throw, steal bases and play a heady game. They have had the benefit of being trained by many ex- major league players in the past. One of the stars Is Dolores Less, of Jersey City, fourth from right. Dolores plays third base, fields the position like a major leaguer and has a better arm than most semi-pro made players. In addition to holding down that spot, she takes her turn on the mound. Here again she excels. With a wonderful arm,'an assortment of curves, plenty of pitching experience and a fast ball, she bowls over the hitters. This small-sized package of feinine basebal dynamite has been playing base- bal in organized leagues for six years prior to Joining the Ail-Americans In 1955. When not on the road with the baseball team; she is recreation teacher in the Jersey City, N. J., public school system. The girls will put on a fast-pre-game show at 8 p. m. in Merchants Park and then will tangle with the Carroll Merchants in a game starting at 8:15 p. m. Tuesday night. seats have been sold for the annual big league exhibition game. If they had known the standings in advance, the directors couldn't have picked a better pairing than the 1957 game - St. Louis Cardinals and the Chicago White Sox. Business & Professional Directory W. L WARD D.S.C. CHIROPODIST FOOT SPECIALIST 215 N. Carroll Street Offlee 9785 Heme 9587 DR. M. J. HALL DENTIST 207 Bast 5th St. Dial 9774 Complete Visual Care Dr. O. M. O'Connor, Optometrist Vision Specialist — Dial 3318 Offlee Between Duffy's Bootery and Ellerbroek't Closed Saturday Afternoon During Vatation Dr. John E. Martin OPTOMETRIST Vision Specialist Offlee Oyer Weetwerth Store Hours 9 i. m. to $ p. m. Dial 9709 Complete Visual Care Dr. Rex W. Hinson OPTOMETRIST 102 W. 5th St. — Dial 9687 Closed Saturday Afternoon During School Vacation CARROLL CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC , DR. R. A. HEESE Complete Chiropractic Health Service Diet 3402 — Keepke Building Ralph M. Crane ATTORN E Y-AT-L A W fMtt N. Adams St. Dial 3161 Al Boss Specializing in Livestock Perm Auctions Dial 2363 - Carroll Dr. J. G. Donovan CHIROPRACTOR 410 West 3rd St. Office — Dial 3716 Residence — Dial 2283 Meyers & Tan 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 Farm Management Farm Reeords V. Stuart Perry — Dial 9883 Dr. Roland B. Morrison, M.D. 117 Bast Sixth Street — Carroll, Iowa General Practice — Obstetrics Practures — X-Rays PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Dial 3543 Carroll Medical Center PAUL L. PASCOE, M.D. Surgery end Diseases of Women and Children Obstetrics Infent Feeding W. L. McCONKIS, M.D. Medical end Surgical Treatment of Diseases of Bye, Bar, Nose end Threat Glasses Fitted A. RBAS ANNEBBRO, M.D. Medical end Surgical Treatment of Diseases of lye, Bar, Nose end Throat Glaues Pitted J. V. SULLIVAN, M.D. Diseases and Surgery of the Bye Glasses FIH.d WALTBR A. ANNBBBRO, M.D. Surgery and Disease* of Women and Children Obstetrics Infant Feeding PAUL A. ANNBBBRO, M.D. Surgery end Diseases of Kidney, Bladder, Prostate end Rectum J. R. MARTIN, M.D. Surgery and Diseases of Bones end Joints Including Fractures JAMBS M. TURKEY, M.D. Interne! Medicine DIAL 3557 Redlegs Gain Ground As Braves Split Pair By JOE REICHLER The Associated Press The pitching of -Brooks Lawrence and the hitting of George Crowe, has the hot-and-cold Cincinnati Redlegs sizzling again, spelling bad news for the other four National League contenders. They said Lawrence, acquired by the Reds in a trade with St. Louis the winter before last, was lucky last year when he won 19 games. They said Crowe, obtained from Milwaukee last year for a third stringer named Bob Hazle, was too old, too slow and too weak with the stick. Two Games Back today the Redlegs, after a 4-2 and 6-4 double-header sweep over Philadelphia, are only two games behind the pace-setting Milwaukee Braves, largely because Brooks turned in his 11th triumph of the season and Crowe walloped his 22nd home run. In other National League games Milwaukee split with New York, winning the second game 7-4 after the Giants had won the opener 5-4. Brooklyn gained a split with Chicago, winning 7-2 after a 5-4 defeat. St. Louis defeated Pittsburgh 7-3 in lb innings of the opener and led 11-2 with one out in the top of the ninth when the second game was halted by Pennsylvania's curfew law. Yanks Loose Ground Chicago's White Sox pulled within 4*4 games of the American League-leading New York Yankees, shutting out the Boston Red Sox 3-0. The Cleveland Indians MOVING Local and Nation Wide Storage — Crating — Packing Ph. Day 3540 Ph. Night 2618 Carroll, Iowa John Vanderheiden Moving Aetntt (or North Amarlcan van Unit. inc. come from behind to down the Yankees 7-4 after losing the opener 4-3. Detroit nipped Washington 6-5 in 10 innings when rookie pitcher Jim Heise of the Senators walked across the winning run with the bases loaded. Kansas City beat Baltimore 3-2 after the Orioles had won the opener 7-2. Lawrence gave up five hits to the Phillies before he was relieved by Raul Sanchez in the eighth of the opener. Crowe's two-run homer and a four-bagger by Gus Bell was enough to hand Robin Roberts his seventh straight defeat and 13th of the season. A 16-hit attack, including three hits each by Ted Kluszewski, Wally Post and Roy McMillan, moved the Reds up into fourth place past the Phillies. Redleg Workhorse Lawrence, 32, has been the workhorse of the Redlegs. relieving in 10 games besides starting 19. Crowe. 34, hit four home runs in the last five days, the Reds winning five of the six games. Johnny Logan got 5- f or-5 and Del Crandall drove in two runs Nerves of Steel Help Bailey Win Ladies' Western- OMAHA, uei — Meriam Bailey, 20 - year • old National Collegiate Golf champion whose nerves are like steel in the clutch, added the Women's Western Golf tourney trophy to show case Saturday in a rugged 2 and 1 match with Mrs. Ann Casey, Johnstone, a five time Iowa State champion. Miss Bailey, a Northwestern University student, used a fine inside nine on the first 81 to open up a margin she made stand up in the face of a strong rally by Mrs. Johnstone. before the second game was halted. Right-hander Jim Wilson gave Heavies in Top Billing By JACK HAND The Associated Press Almost dwarfed in a week when heavyweights dominate the boxing scene, two little men clash tonight at St. Nicholas Arena in New York. Bobby Courchesne of Holyoke, Mass., and Bobby Bell of Youngstown, Ohio figure to get the week off to a fast start although the outcome will have little to do with any title rankings. The 10-round lightweight match will be seen on Du Mont TV in some sections. Comeback Attempt ' Roland LaStarza, the New Yorker who once fought Rocky Marciano for the title after losing a split decision to him in his pre- championship days, continues his scored another after a double. Bobby Avila's three-run triple highlighted a four-run Cleveland rally that overcame a 4-2 Yankee lead in the second game and gave Ray Narleski his sixth victory against one defeat. Gil McDoug- with a home run and two singles!? 1 * 1 and Elston Howard homered Chicago Pitchers two straight comeback tonight at Muzzy Field shutouts when he held the Red Sox - - - J to three hits. Dick Donovan hurled a one-hitter against the Red Sox Saturday. Larry Doby singled in one run for the White Sox and as the Braves scored all their second-game runs in the last three innings to come from behind a 4-0 deficit. A two-run single by pinch hitter Hank Sauer in the ninth won the first game for the Giants. A five-run fourth, highlighted by Duke Snider's pinch hit single with the bases full, helped the Dodgers gain their split with Chicago. Clem Labine won his fifth game, pitching five innings of scoreless relief after replacing starter Don Newcombe. Home runs by Walt Moryn, Chuck Tanner and Lee Walls gave Chicago bonus right­ hander Moe Drabowsky his sixth victory. Second baseman Don Blasingame drove in four runs with a two-run homer in the third and a two-run single in the 10th in St. Louis' first-game victory over Pittsburgh. Bonus right-hander Lindy McDaniel hurled a six-hitter and contributed four hits himself for the Yankees in the opener but it was a bases-loaded walk to Mickey Mantle that pushed over the winning run. The loss was charged to Bob Lemon. The Tigers rallied for three tying runs in the ninth before Ray Boone singled in the 10th and strolled home when Heise walked three straight batters. Harry Byrd in relief, won his third game without a defeat. Bob Cerv's two-run homer as a pinch hitter gave the Athletics a split with Baltimore. Hec Brown stopped the A's with six hits in the opener as Tito Francona drove in three Baltimore runs with a home run, double and single. in Bristol, Conn. His opponent will be Al Anderson, also of New York. Floyd Patterson swings into the final week of training for his heavyweight title defense, Monday, July 29, against Tommy (Hurricane) Jackson at New York's Polo Grounds. The champ is drilling at Greenwood Lake, N.Y., while Jackson is working on the shores of the Delaware River at Columbia, N.J. Chicago Show Eddie Machen, the young man who may be boxing Patterson (or could it be Jackson?) for the championship a year from now, faces hulking Bob Baker of Pittsburgh on the Wednesday show from Chicago Stadium. Alex Miteff. another unbeaten heavyweight with his eyes on the future, takes on Julio Mederos, a veteran of 40 fights, in a Friday TV bout at Washington. Ray Robinson beat Willie Pep in 1937 at Norwich, Conn., when both were amateur boxers. They never met as.professionals. lAyWMfotkthoia? HKNfrt .f YOU SAVE COUNTliSS STEPS, enjoy extra privacy with a bedside telephone. And for nighttime convenience, you can now have a telephone with a dial that lights up when you lift the receiver. , , Your Telephone Business Office will be glad to give you all the details, and the low cost will Burpriae you. Why not call right now? Northwestern Bell Ttkphon* Company. Lionel Hebert Emerges From Brother's Shadow By HUGH FULLERTON JR. DAYTON, Ohio OP - Lionel Hebert, a chunky, keen-eyed product of Louisiana's Evangeline land, emerged from under his brother's protective wings during the 39th PGA 4 championship and now stands by himself as a golfer of first magnitude. Up to a few days ago, Lionel was best known as the younger brother of Jay Hebert, one of the leading golf pros. He was pretty well satisfied and complained only because Jay didn't have the killer instinct to win more often. Dramatic Finale Then, in a dramatic finale, the kid brother camo through with a 2 and 1 triumph over Dow Finsterwald, the young moneybags of the golf tour, and the tables were turned. Jay never has won a national title; Liney now has one. Lionel is almost certain of the place on the Ryder Cup team, Nvhich will play Britain's top pros in October; Jay probably won't make it. Fast Move From 49th place on the PGA money winning list, Lionel moved up to 15th. His $6,000 first prize gave him a year s total of $10,968. Jay, earning only $1,500 for seventh place, still is seventh, about $4,000 ahead. The younger Hebert, a surprise finalist in a tournament where such stars as Sam Snead, Jackie Burke, Doug Ford, Gene Littler and Ed'Furgol couldn't even make the quarter-finals, came out boldly at the finish to win on the baked Miami Valley Golf Club course. MANAGER WANTED! Local man 80 to 40 years of age to operate paint and wallpaper store in Carroll. Experience in direct contact selling, merchandising and retail selling desirable. Active interest in local civic work and wide local acquaintance would be valuable assetts. Plan Includes special training in paint business, salary, bonus, pension plan, and insurance program. NO CAPITAL INVESTMENT REQUIRED Contact or Write Mr. King, at Sherwin-Williami Co. 1301 Firnam St., Omaha, Nebraska V Applicants will be Interviewed on Wednesday, July 24 At Hotel Burks In Csrrell, Timet Herald, Carroll, Iowa Monday, July 22, 1957 Loop Standings w 9 8 7 5 4 2 L 3 4 6 6 7 9 Pet. GB .750 .667 .538 .455 .363 .182 1 2tt 3% 4% 6* Coon Rapids Carroll Churdan Audubon Manning Breda Sunday's Results: Churdan 9. Coon Rapids 8 Carroll at Manning—RAIN Breda at Audubon—RAIN Tuesday's Games: Manning at, Breda All-Americah Girls at Carroll (Exhibition) Wednesday's Games: Churdan at Audubon Thursday's Games: Breda at Carroll Manning at Coon Rapids | from dale barton's f KEYBOARD LEAHY AT OELWEIN Bob Leahy of Denison, the Iowa Amateur champion, tied with Ev Schepple of Waterloo for the Oel- •wein Amateur golf championship Sunday at 104 for the 27 holes. Darkness halted plans for a playoff after Leahy and Schepple finished one under par. Merle Stimson of Waterloo was third with 105. Sarg Fontanini of Des Moines fired a six-under-par 102 to take the Boone Amateur title. Fontanini shot a course record 31 in finishing 6 under par for the 27 holes. Wayne Harrell of Boone was second with 105. Jack Rule of Waterloo had to go an extra hole to win the Estherville Invitational title after tying with Orris Warrington of Estherville at 109, two under par. John Marschall of Hampton turned in an eight-under-par 100 in winning the Rice Lake Amateur title at Lake Mills. Fred Gordon of Belmond was second with 103. Ralph Reed of Lincoln, Neb. won the Clarinda Amateur with a four-under-par 100. Steve Flansburg of Omaha won the Atlantic Amateur with a 70. MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE New York Chicago .... Boston Cleveland Detroit Baltimore W. L. 59 30 54 47 46 44 43 34 31 34 43 44 45 46 55 61 Pet. .663 .614 .522 .511 .494 .483 .382 .337 G.B. 4»4 12V4 13M* 15 16 25 29tt Kansas City Washington Monday's Schedule No games scheduled Sunday's Results New York 4-4, Cleveland 3-7 Chicago 3, Boston 0 Detroit 6, Washington 5 do innings) Baltimore 7-2. Kansas City 2-3 Tuesday's Schedule Cleveland at Washington (N) Detroit at Baltimore (N) Chicago at New York (N) Kansas City at Boston (N) NATIONAL LEAGUE W L. Pet. G.B. 38 Milwaukee . Brooklyn St. Louis Cincinnati _. Philadelphia New York ... Pittsburgh 53 51 50 51 38 38 40 4& 41 41 49 „ 34 57 57 .589 .573 .568 .560 .544 .456 .374 .337 1 «4 2 3*4 11*4 19 21*4 Chicago 29 Monday's Schedule No games scheduled Sunday's Results Cincinnati 4-6, Philadelphia 2-4 New York 5-4, Milwaukee 4-7 Chicago 52, Brooklyn 4-7 St. Louis 7-11, Pittsburgh 3-2 (1st game 10 innings, 2nd game called after eight innings) curfew Tuesday's Schedule New York at Chicago, Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (N) Philadelphia at Milwaukee (N) Brooklyn at St. Louis (N) 1 1 , I Birdie Tebbetts, Manager of the Cincinnati Redlegs. holds a bachelor of arts degree from Providence College. He also, took a course in agriculture at the'Uni­ versity of New Hampshire. Indies Club 13 Hits Off Two Hurlers CHURDAN — The Indies roughed up the big guns on the Coon Rapids mound staff with a 13-hlt 9-8 victory here Sunday night to tighten up the Central State League race. While Churdan took the measure of Coon Rapids, the other four teams were idled by rain. Breda was washed out at Audubon and Carroll suffered a similar fate at Manning. Ratn at Manning Four-tenths of an inch of rain about 5 p.m. left the Manning diamond in a soggy pre-game condition. Then a steady rain came down as the game was scheduled to start at 8:15 p.m. and the contest was postponed before the home team took the field. Churdan's win over Coon Rapids cut the league leaders edge over Carroll to a single game and enabled the Indies to move to within two and one-half games of the top. Bob Prescott, the starter, took the loss as he gave up four runs in the first three innings. Ibach Pounded The Coon Rapids ace, Jerry Ibach, came on at the start of the fourth and gave up five hits and five runs in that frame. He also struck out in the ninth to end the game with the tie run on base. Coon Rapids jumped off to a three run lead in the first. Dick Textor and Mike Blanchard walked. Then came successive singles by Dale McCarty, Ronnie Mau and Jerry Doran to account for the runs. Churdan got one run back in the first when .Ed Sabus singled and moved up on an infield out and scored on Jim Reagan's single. The Indies counted a lone marker in the second when Warren Rushton was hit by a pitch and then scored on Gabrielsen's triple. In Front to Stay Churdan went in front to stay in the third. Don Wallace and Paul Trost both singled and both rode home on Bob Vogel's double. In the bottom of the fourth, Ibach replaced Prescott on the mound for Coon Rapids. The league's leading pitcher was greeted by a double aff the bat of Sabus. Then Wallace lived on an error and Sabus scored on the play. Trost singled and Wallace raced home from second where he had gone on the overthrow error. Reagan doubled and that scored Trost. Jack Pierrick singled and Reagan came in. Rushton doubled and that brought Pierrick home. Coon Rapids rallied in the seventh for two when Textor doubled, Tryon walked and successive singles by McCarty and Mau scored the runs. Textor Homers Textor hit a home run in the eighth with Monthei aboard on a single to account for two more runs. The losers put another rally together in the ninth. Mau singled with one away and Swansen relieved starter Chuck Wills. Doran singled and a double play attempt failed to get two as Mau raced across the plate. Then Ibach struck out to end the game. Line Score: Coon Rapids 300 000 ^221—8-11-1 Churdan 112 500 000—9-13-1 Prescott, Ibach (4) and Mau Wills, Swansen (9) and Vogel Colts Lose Linebacker BALTIMORE \jfi - Joe Campanella, mainstay in the Baltimore Colt line for the past four years, announced today ' he is retiring from professional football. Campanella, 245-pounder from Ohio State, says he will devote full time to managing a restaurant which he and teammate Alan Ameche opened here three weeks ago. Campanella, 26-year-old native of Cleveland, entered pro ball in 1952 as the third draft choice of the Cleveland Browns. He subsequently was dealt to Dallas and came here when the Texas franchise was mov^d. "This It iwut «i ruar f« wa 'll eat *a that outdoor eamp. ins trip If you don't set • vacation loan from Community Loan strvUal" , Lot* of lolka tskt'fripi, with a financial auiit from COMMUNITY LOAN SERVICE A>iW. Ttitelklni, Owner • UOANS -PINANCINOINSURANCI CB^roll Phont 3693 * Dtnlson Phono 465

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