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Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, July 26, 1957
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Carroll Blasts Breda, 17-5: Coon 7 6/7/ Burgess Leads E^ eJ ; tbt Assault With Cycle Battering Bill Burgess hit for the cycle and adde<? another home run for good measure as Carroll walloped Breda, 17-5, here Thursday night. The slugging first baseman literally had a field night. He poled a three-run homer over the right field fence in the first inning. He singled to center in the third and later scored. In the bottom of the fourth he led off with his second home run. That shot rocketed off the light wires between the towers beyond the right field fence. In the fifth inning he unloaded a ; . three-run triple near the score-! board in centerfield to account for his seventh run-batted-in. Full Cycle The big first sacker completed the cycle with a lead-off double in the seventh. Breda finally got him out when he grounded to the pitcher to record the last Carroll out in the eighth. Sharing in extra-base assault against three Breda hurlers were Don Burgess with a pair of doubles, Cletus Heinrich with a triple and Sam Long with a double. Carroll collected 14 hits in the error-marred game and won going away after a seven-run outburst in the bottom of the third erased a two-run Breda margin. 13 Strikeouts Manager Dob Burgess scattered 10 hits over the route and recorded 13 strikeouts. In one stretch between the fifth and ninth frames, he retired 10 batters in order. All of Breda's scoring came in the first three frames. The Eagles got on In the /irst when Jim Bengfort led off with a single, was sacrificed to second and scored on an error at third. In the second, Mahnke singled and went to second on Bengfort's single. He reached third on a passed ball and scored when another error was made at third. Kenny Goecke sin* gled and Bengfort scored. Breda 's final runs came in the third. With one away Mahnke sin gled again. Lou Oswald moved him to second with another single Don Schaefer singled to right and Mahnke scored. Bengfort was safe MOVING Local and Nationwide Storage — Crating •— Peeking Ph. Dey 2540 - Ph. Night 2618 John Vanderheiden Moving Agents for Nerth American van LIIMS , inc. Loop Standings Bill Burgess on an error at shortstop and Oswald stopped at third. King filed out to left and Oswald scored after the catch. Blanked After Third The only hits Breda got after that came in the fourth and ninth. Heisterkamp singled with t w o away in the fourth and got another in the ninth after Don Scheri- kelberg had singled with one away. After Moad was hit by a pitch to load the bases in the ninth More Sports: Page 10 • Box Scores BREDA Bengfort. »» King. 3b, ..— Goecke, U.ct Schenkelberg, IKoster, rf *Hel»terkanp, c Mahnke, p ~ Jullch, p Moad. p Oswald, 2b Schaefer, cf Lesle. If TOTAL. CARROLX Simpson. 3b Short, 3b Heinrich. ib _ r — BlankenshJp, 2b — Brlnker, rt Long, cf B. Burgess, lb Bengfort, st . Hested, rf, 2b Rothmeyer, e Fisher, c AB 5 4 5 ..- 5 — 5, 8 2 1 1 _ 8 — 3 .... 1 —.42 AB D. Burgess, p TOTALS H TO 2 1 0 1 h 2 2 0 0 1 3 1 0 0 1 Q 10 27 13 HPOA 8 8 1 3 For Leaders "COON RAPIDS — Elmer Prescott threw a two-hitter at the Manning Blue Sox and didn't permit a runner to advance beyond first base as the league leaders took a 7-0 decision here Thursday. While Prescott held the visitors at bay, Coon Rapids put together a two-run cluster in the fifth, added three in the seventh and padded the margin with two in the eighth. Set Sunday Stage The victory enabled Coon Rapids to retain a full game lead over Carroll in the Central State League standings and it set the stage for Sunday night's crucial affair between the two teams • in Coon Rapids. The winners broke the scoring ice in the fifth when Jerry Doran singled and Bryan Emery was safe on an attempted sacrifice. Prescott popped out and Monthei walked. Dick Textor grounded to third and an error on an attempt ed double play resulted in the ball rolling into right field while two runs scored. Pad Margin In the seventh, Prescott doubled and Monthei singled. Textor doubled to drive in Prescott. Then Mike Blanchard singled to score both Monthei and Textor. Coon Rapids wound up the scoring in the eighth when Ron Mau was'hit by a pitch and Doran walked. The runners moved up on a wild pitch and Emery walked to load the bases. On an attempted pick-off of Mau at third, the ball was thrown into left field and two more runs scored. Line score: Manning 000 000 000—0—2—3 Coon Rapids 000 302 32 —2—8-0 Wagner, Hargens (7) and Irlmeier Prescott and Mau Coon Rapids Carroll Churdan Audubon Manning Breda W 10 9 7 • 6 5 2 L 3 4 7 6 8 11 Pet. GB .7M .692 1 .BOO 3% .500 3V4 .385 154 Timet Herafd, Carroll, Iowa Friday, July 26, 1957 37 17 14 27 LUTE SCOKfc Breda 112 000 000— 8 10 Carrol 1 307 140 02 —17 14 Errors J. Bengfort, King 2, Heisterkamp, Schaefer 2, Bengfort 2. . RBI B. Burgess 7, Heinrich, * " me Simpson 4, R. D. Burgess -3, • Roth- Binrlch, Long, R. Benfort, Ro ever, King. Goecke, Schaefer, l. ^ Two-base Hits D. Burgess 2, Lo..., B Burgess; three-base nits, B. Burgess, Heinrich; home runs. B. Bur- gress2; stolen bases. Long; sacrifices King; sacrifice fly. Long; left on base, Breda, 12, Carroll 9; base on balls, Mahnke, 3. Jullch 3. Moad 2; strike -Outs, Jullch 4, D. Burgess 13: hits off picther, Mahnke 8, Jullch 4, MOad 2: runs Mahnke »fl In 2-1/3; Jullch 6. In 2-2/3. Moad 2 in 3; hit pitched balls Mahnke, D. Burgess; wild pitch Mahnke, Jullch 3; passed balls Rothmeyer; winning pitcher D. Burgess: Losing pitcher Mahnke: umpires. Fiemmlng and MacKenzIe; time 2:30. Charles Puzzled by Hurricane's Tactics NEW YORK <*t.-Ezzard Charles former world heavyweight king, says it won't oe easy for Floyd Patterson to beat Tommy (Hurricane) Jackson in his first defense. Charles ought to know because the Hurricane whipped him twice. Charles, now retired, arrived in town for Monday's fight at the Polo Grounds while the two boxers were nearing the end of their long training grind. * Patterson was due to finish his boxing sessions at Greenwood Lake, N.Y., today and Jackson's unpredictable schedule called for sparring today and Saturday. The champ remained a solid 5-1 favorite. Aluminum once was considered a precious metal, more valuable than gold. Thursday's Results: , Carroll 17, Breda 5 Coon Rapids 7, Manning 0 Sunday's Games: Carroll at Coon Rapids Audubon at Manning Churdan at Breda Wednesday's Games: Churdan at Carroll , Breda at Manning Coon Rapids at Audubon Braves Seek Two Players MILWAUKEE Urv-The Milwaukee Braves hope to acquire a pitcher and an outfielder by tonight to help plug holes through which the National League pennant could flitter away. General Manager John Qulnn, after consulting with Field Manager Fred Haney late Thursday, said, "There is a strong possibll ity of our getting a pitcher and an outfielder from the minors within the next 24 hours." Quinn had been trying to land an additional outfielder, but was forced to add a pitcher to his shopping list Thursday when it was learned that ace reliefer Ernie Johnson would be unavailable for at least a week. . Reinjured Elbow Johnson reinjured his right or throwing elbow last weekend when he received credit for two victories over the Giants in- relief. The tall palm ball specialist, who has won six and lost only one, is undergoing diathermy and whirlpool treatments. With Johnson out, Haney has only eight injuty-free pitchers, about two below the" number he would like for the rugged stretch drive. No Outfielder Prior to Johnson's incapacitation, veteran Andy Pafko, who missed five games beoause of a sprained side, returned to the outfield, freeing catcher Del Crandall for duty back behind the plate. Crandall did as well as could be expected filling in for Pafko, but by no stretch of the imagination is he an outfielder. Lost to the Braves at least until Aug. 19, when he will be eligible to play again, is center fielder Billy B r u t o a. who is getting around on crutches these days after suffering a severe knee injury. Joe Adcock, first baseman who broke his leg June 23, won't be available until September. The Braves have one roster vacancy. If they add two players they would have to cut one. This one wants you to get choosey! For Chevrolet loves to show what it's got inside/outside and in performance. Chevrolet is the only car in its field with Body by Filler—sturdily put together, with a •olid, substantial look. Fine finishing touches on every side confirm the craftsmanship that goes into its making. Chevrolet's response and performance are pretty special, too. There's a well- what-are-we-waiting-for spirit in the engine, especially when you show a Chevrolet a mountain. And you'll do a lot of looking to find comparable smoothness, steadiness and nimbieness on the road— at any price! See a Chevrolet at your dealer's—see how much more it has to spark excitement and your pride! cuiMtom MORE PEOPLE DRIVE CBTEVROLETS THAN ANY OTHER CAR It gives you more to op- HONEST . . . George Harvey beams over a 25^-lnch brown trout weighing 7 pounds. Professor Harvey was fishing not far from Pennsylvania State University, where he teaches. / See Need for an Anti-Trust Curb By WHITNEY SHOEMAKER WASHINGTON un - Rep. Cel ler <D-NY) said today a House investigation has convinced him the business side of professional sports "certainly must" be placed under antitrust law. Celler heads the House Antitrust subcommittee, which is inquiring into the legal status of major league baseball, football, basket ball and ice hockey. Hearings, now in the football stage, recessed Thursday after a group of past and present grid greats testified that pro football's player draft is essential to the sport. , To Hear Halas | The subcommittee plans to hear from other players and President George Halas of the Chicago Bears after theinquiry resumes next Wednesday. Commissioner Bert Bell of the National Football League also will be called back for additional testimony. Baseball witnesses already have appeared before the subcommittee. Celler said they had exhibited more of a "holler than thou" attitude than NFL spokesmen. The long-time representative from Brooklyn reacted indignantly to a statement by a co-owner Dan Topping of the New York Yankees that no other American League team could move into New York. If the New York Giants and Brooklyn Dodgers take their National League franchises to the West Coast, New York would be left with one club — the Yanks. Bad Situation Celler said that situation would be "barbarous." He said Topping's statement reflects a "materialistic" attitude that makes It "imperative" to provide antitrust laws to cover the business side of baseball. Tobin Rote To Lions in Grid Barter DETRpIT MV -The Detroit Lions and the Green Bay Packers have completed a six-player trade that' brings quarterback Tobin Rote and defensive halfback Val Joe Walker to the Detroit club. The Packers in turn receive linemen Jim Salsbury, Oliver Spencer and Norm Masters, along with sophomore halfback Don McIlhenny. Word of the deal leaked out late Thursday night when Detroit Coach Buddy Parker called Rote's home in Bellaire, Tex., to Inform Rote of the trade. But Rote, a seven-year veteran who led the National Football League in nearly every passing department, last season, was already on his-way to the Packer training camp in Stevens Point, Wis. Needed Line Help Although the Packers, who finished fourth in the Western Conference last season, needed help in the line, it was a startling transaction from the Detroit viewpoint. Rote, 29-year-old former Rice star who threw 18 touchdown passes in 1956, will join another Texan, Bobby Layne, and second- year man Jerry. Reichow in the Detroit quarterback spot. Layne, 30, has been in the pro ranks nine years and a Lion mainstay seyen seasons. Over the past three years he has been troubled by a shoulder ailment but last season he was one of the league's top passers, and led the NFL in scoring with 99 points. Walker is a 27-year-old former Southern Methodist player. The Lions said he has announced his retirement. If he can't be talked out of it, they said, the Detroit club will get a 1958 draft choice. Cards Need Curfew Win for First Spot TODAY'S BASEBALL By The Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. _ 54 40 .574 _ 52 39 .57.1 _ 52 40 .565 _ 53 41 Milwaukee St. Louis Brooklyn Cincinnati By ED WILKS Tne Associated Press Curfews are okay for keepin' the kids off the streets, but the the Sunday baseball one in Pennsylvania is keeping the; St. Louis Cardinals out of first place'in that National League scramble. As is, the Cards are second, three percentage points and half a game behind Milwaukee. They slipped . t past Brooklyn's Dodgers 3-2 Thursday night after the Braves were beaten 5-3 by Philadelphia; * • * But if the Red Birds, finally fattening up at home, could count Sunday's second game at Pittsburgh—which they ,led 11-2 in the ninth inning when the 6 p.m. curfew sounded—they'd be out front by two percentage points. (They complete that game Aug. 27.) Reds Move Up After taking two of three from the Dodgers, the Cards are a game ahead of both Milwaukee and Brooklyn on the" "lost" side. The Brooks, now third, are just one point ahead of Cincinnati's Redlegs, who whipped Pittsburgh 9-1 Thursday night. The Phils are 2Vi back in fifth. Sixth-place New York defeated Chicago's Cubs 5-2 in the other NL game, with Mike McCormick, the $65,000 bonds kid, winning his first in the majors'. Donovan Chills Champs In the American League, Dick Donovan four-hit New York for a 6-2 victory as the Chicago White Sox again moved within 3V4 games of the first-place Yankees. Boston swept the three-game set with Kansas City 5-3, Washington nipped Cleveland 3-2 in 10 innings,, and Baltimore spilled Detroit 3-0. The Cardinals laid the wood to Don Newcombe again to break a 2-2 tie in the eighth Sn singles by Al Dark and Stan Musial and a sacrifice fly by t Wally Moon. Right-hander • Hepn Wehmeier also ended a jinx while limiting, the -Dodgers .to six hits, striking out six and walking three for, a 4-4 record. Roberts Shakes Slump The Phillies, winning only three'i ol the last 10, took two of three at Milwaukee as Robin Roberts' shook off his worst slump ever— a string of seven losses Since June 6. Hank Aaron belted his 30th home run, on Robin's 29th gopher ball of the year, and Red Schoendlenst extended his hit streak to 22 games with an RBI single for the Braves, who had a run home and two on with two out when Dick Farrell relieved Roberts in the ninth. Ed Bouchee drove in three runs to help beat Warren Spahn, now 10-8. Art Fowler gained a 2-0 record with a seven-hitter for the Red- legs; The veteran right-hander also singled for two runs in the second against loser Ron Kline. Ed Bailey and Gus Bell homered in Cincinnati's 11-hit total. Business & Professional Directory W. L WARD D.S.C. CHIROPODIST FOOT SPECIALIST 215 N. Carroll Street Office 9712 Heme 9587 DR. M. J. HALL DENTIST 207 East 5th St. Dial 9774 In 1955, last year for which figures are available, approximately 15,000 Americans died of tuberculosis. .564 51 42 .548 42 51 452 35 59 .372 19 58 .348 20Vi Philadelphia New York-.. Pittsburgh . Chicago 31 Friday Schedule Philadelphia at Chicago Brooklyn at Cincinnati (N) New York at Milwaukee (N) Pittsburgh at St. Louis <N> Thursday Results Philadelphia 5, Milwaukee 3 St. Louis 3, Brooklyn 2 Cincinnati 9, Pittsburgh 1 New York 5, Chicago 2 Saturday Schedule Philadelphia at Chicago Brooklyn at Cincinnati New York at Milwaukee Pittsburgh at St. Louis 1 1 New York Chicago !_ Boston Cleveland Detroit Baltimore AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B _ 60 32 .652 — _ 56 35 615 3>4 50 S3 .538 10H 47 46 .503 13Vi 46 46 .500 14 44 48 .478 16 .34 58 .370 26 33 62 .347 28V4 Kansas City Washington Friday Schedule Chicago at Baltimore (2, twi- night) Detroit at New York (N) Kansas City at Washington (N) Cleveland at Boston (N) Thursday Results Chicago 6, New York 2 Boston 5, Kansas City 3 Washington 3, Cleveland 2 (10 innings) Baltimore 3, Detroit 0 Saturday Schedule Kansas City at Washington Detroit at New York Cleveland at Boston UONT wr mt c« most you DRIVE A CHEW .,, RS BEST SHOWROOM B THS ROAD. Condltlont !>9 -T«mp «rohm Made to Qrd«r. Q«t a Dwitamtratleiii Onlyjmuhitai Chevrolet dealers ,h\l9Mlif/display (AM famom tndanark See Your Local Authorized Chevrolet Dealer Public Auction By order of Court, the undersigned executor of the) •state of Herman P. Nleland, deceased, will sell at public auction the following personal property: John Deere Side Dtltvtry horse rake Hay Bad and Wagon Two Stock Tankt Fuel Tank , Hay Loader , Largo Canvas Bob Sled ' Harrow Evener Gasoline engine for pump jack 700 Bushel* of Corn Hand Tools and Some) Itome of Furniture Single-Shot Shot Gun with part* of two" bextt' of 12 gauge) shall*. ;1 v This sale will be held it 1:30 o'clock p.m. orj^r JULY 31, 1957 AT THI ' , ' . ,7* Herman F. Nieland Farm which is located 2Va miles West and V 4 mile South, of Mount Carmol. - . TERMS ARE CASH AT THI TIMI OF SALE . ROBJRT 9, 1RUNIR, Attorney ferlxeeuter ' Al BOM , Auctioneer Cerl 4* ,Hei», |xe «Mttf . Complete Visual Care Dr. 0. M. O'Connor, Optometrist Vision Specialist — Dial 3318 Office Between Duffy's Boetery and Ellerbroelc'a 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. nv < 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 Dial 3402 — Koepke Building Ralph M. Crane ATTORNIY'AT-LAW 51N. 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 & Tan Creti ATTOR N E Y5-AT«L A W Practice In all courts. Abstracta 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 Records V. Stuart perry - Dial 9883. E>r; Roland B. Morrison, M.D. 117 lest Sixth Street — Carroll, Iowa General Practice •— Obstetrics Prectures — X-Rays PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Dial 3543 Carroll Medical Center PAUL L. PASCOI, M.D. Surgery end Olseasei of ' Wein«n and Children Obstetrics Infant Feeding '• . W ^Uj ^eCONKII. M.D. U JMWUaellend Surgical IfriJreetmant of .Diseases ef ; |yt,,Ear, 4 'Nefe_end Threat Olssses Fitted ,.iL/MAffANf4|SIR9, M.D. «. Treatment w pi»eaiee ef •ye, far, Note-end Threat Olaisss Pined J. V. IULLIVAR M.D. < M Diseases end «• DIAL WALTER A. ANNEBERQ, M.D. Surgery and Diseases ef Women and Children Obstetrics Infant Feeding ' PAUL A. ANNIBERG, M.D. Surgery and Diseases of V. Kidney, Bladder, Prostate end Rectum J. R. MARTIN, M.D. Surgery and Diseases ef Bones end Joints Including Fractures JAMES M. TIERNIY, M.D. Intents! Medicine 3557

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