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HW,M!tlimt)l!tllHMMmiimiltHIIHJ from dale barton 's KEYBOARD Mt»> 1 1 11 i 11 * »i• • n n n n M111 HI II tinnn n n TIGHT RACE: There's a well-known saying in baseball to the effect that you have to keep an eye on the tail- enders because they are apt to rise up and whop you good when you're not expecting it. That is exactly what happened in the Carroll County Parochial League, and it has resulted in the necessity of playing-off a tie game to determine whether or not a play-off will be necessary to deride the title winner. It all started when last place Dedham got off the floor to hand front-running ; Arcadia a set-back that set Arcadia up for a loss to defending champion Halbur, 11-4. That defeat left Arcadia with a 7-8 record compared to Halbur's 7 wins, 2 losses and one tie. On Sunday afternoon at 2 p.m., in Halbur, the defending champs will play-off the tie game with the Carroll Golds. It will be a full seven-inning game, Fr. Thomas Donahoe said Saturday. If Halbur wins the tie game, the champs will retain the title. But if Halbur loses the game with the Golds, then a-play-off will be necessary between Halbur and Arcadia to decide the title. The League all-stars will be chosen next week and will play the title winner the following Sunday on the title-holder's diamond. Another team that felt the wrath of a tail-ender was the Carroll Beds aggregation. That club was knocked out of contention by the Carroll Greens. In the final regularly scheduled league games this week, Halbur defeated Arcadia, 11-4; Carroll Golds defeated Dedham, 6 : 4; and the Carroll Greens defeated the Carroll Reds, >10-eV League standings: WIT X 2 1 7 3 6 4 5 4 1 2 8 2 8 Halbur Arcadia Carroll Reds Carroll Golds Dedham • f Carroll Greens * * * MIDGETS: The Kuemper Midgets evened the season record at 3-3 with an 8-4 victory over Templeton on Fri day. Earlier in the week they dropped a 3-0 affair at Glidden. Next game will be with Schleswig at the South Side park here Monday at 5 :30 p.m. * * * TITLE GAME: Defending champion Muscatine and Bancroft St. John's will play next week for the championship of the Iowa summer high school baseball tournament. Muscatine recorded its 37th straight victory Friday night at Dysart, defeating Corwith, 4-0. Bancroft ft. John's took advantage of opponent errors and Clark's one-hit pitching to oust Farragut, 5-0. The site and date of the title game will be announced later. * * * LANDS PREP: Herb Koenig, area scout for the Kansas City A's, advises that Bob Gollck, the Cincinnati, Iowa fast- balling prep, has signed a Kansas City contract. He has been farmed out to Grand Island, Neb. where he struck out'eight North Platte batters in four innings of relief pitching this week. * * * NEW COACH: Jerry Cameron, of Whiting, has Business & Professional Directory W. L WARD D.S.C. CHIROPODIST FOOT SPECIALIST SIS N. Carroll Street ©Wee 9782 Horn. 9517 DR. M. J. HALL DENTIST 307 Bait 5th St. Dial 9774 Complete Visual Cars Dr. 0. M. O'Connor, Optometrist Vision Specialist — Dial 3318 Office Between Duffy's Boottryand Ellarbroak's Closed Saturday. Afternoon During Vacation Dr. John E. Martin OPTOMETRIST Vfefon Specialist Offfe* Ovor Woolworth Store Hour* 9 a. m. to I p. m. Dial 9709 THESE ARE TEAMMATES? . . . Catchy Hal Smith and Third Baseman Eddie Kasko of the St. Louis Cardinals give way to no man chasing this pop fly. t The result was this four-star collision, the ball dropping safely. One should have called out. been hired as assistant coach and drivers training teacher at Glidden. He replaces Don Burgess who resigned recently. Cameron had a 9-6-1 football record at Whiting in*three years and twice coached track squads to conference championships. Topeka Has 2 Game Lead 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 DM 3402 — Koepke Building Ralph M. Crane ATTORNEY-AT-LAW IMtt N. Adams St. Dial 3161 Al Boss Specializing In Livestock Firm Auctions Dial 2363 - Carroll Dr. J. G. Donovan CHIROPRACTOR 410 West 3rd St. Office — Dial 3716 Residence - Dial 2283 Meyers fir Ton Creti ATTORN EYS-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 9883 Dr. Roland B. Morrison, M.D. 117 East Sixth Street — Carroll, Iowa • • • General Praetleo — Obstetrics Fractures — X-Rays PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Dial 3543 Carroll Medical Center PAUL L. PASCO!, M.D. Surgery and Diseases of Women and Children Obstetrics Infant Feeding W. L. McCONKiB, M.D. Medical and Surgical Treatment of Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Glasses Fitted A. REAS ANNEBRRG, M.D. Medical and Surgical Treatment of Diseases of Eye, far/ Nose and Throat Glasses Pitted J. V. SULLIVAN, M.D. Diseases arid Surgery of the Bye Glasses Pitted WALTER A. ANNBBBRO, M.D. Surgery and Diseases of Women end 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 and Joints Including Fractures JAMBS M. TIBRNBY, M.D. Internal MedUine DIAL 3557 By The Associated Press Topeka swept' a doubleheader from Pueblo 7-0 and 11-6 to build its Western League lead to two games Friday night. Only third place Amarillo managed to hold its own with the Hawks. Amarillo defeated last place Des Moines 8-3 and 7-6 to stay 3Mi games off the pace. Second place Lincoln split two games with Colorado Spring lo- ing the first 6-2 and winning the nightcap 11-7. Soos Protest Albuquerque won. by abbreviated, protested seven-inning affair from the Sioux City Soos 4-0. Topeka's John Stadnicki shut out the Dodgers on four hits in the opener for his 16th victory of the season. Pueblo blew a 6-1 lead in the nightcap when the Hawks scored six runs in the eighth inning. Arnie Hallgren led Topeka's 13-hit attack with a homer and a triple and four runs batted in. Curb Rally The Amarillo Gold Sox, who have won their last six games, staved off a second game rally by Des Moines. Gale Pringle, who came on in the sixth, got the victory. Don Williams was the Lincoln second game winner in relief. Williams' twin brother, Dewey, was the first' game loser. Four Chief 'doubleplays staved off Sky Sox rallies. Loop Standings w 10 9 7 6 5 2 Coon Rapids Carroll Churdan Audubon Manning Breda 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 L Pet. GB 3 .769 4 .692 1 7 .500 3V4 6 .500 3Vt 8 .385 5 11 154 8 Bonus Baby Gets Heave BALTIMORE MP) — Frank Zupo. $30,000-bonus catcher of the Baltimore Orioles, Friday night became one of the youngest players ever to be ejected by a major league umpire. The 17-year-old player was given the thumb from the playing field by Umpire Ed Hurley while Zupo was warming up Jen Lehman, Oriole pitcher, for the second game against the Chicago White Sox. Zupo wasn't even a contestant in the game. "He just got smart," was hur­ ley's explanation. Another umpire, Ed Runge, explained that Zupo had been warned previously about faking to throw a baseball at the umpires between him and the pitcher during warmup sessions in front of the dugout before the game. No official explanation was given for the heave-ho, but the arbiters said their report would be filed with President Wil Harridge. Contest at Coon Rapids Vita) Game For Carroll Challengers The Carroll Merchants face their most crucial'contest of the season at Coon Rapids on Sunday night with a resurgence in batting power and a pitching staff ready for action. A Carroll victory on Sunday would tie Coon Rapids for the league lead with six games remaining to* be played by each team. On the other hand, a Coon Rapids victory would give the league leaders a comfortable two- game bulge on the challenging Merchants. Debate Carroll Starter Carroll's starting, hurler won't be picked until slightly before game time, Manager Don Burgess indicated Saturday. Either Frank Beck or Burgess will get the nod. That much is definite. Beck is the more rested of the two hurlers and might start because of that reason. Furthermore, he was more effective against the Coon Rapids sluggers in relief the last time the teams met than Burgess was in a start-, ing role. Strike Out Artist However, Burgess has compiled a 7-3 record on the season and has recorded 83 strike outs over the route. When his curve ball is working and he doesrf't have to rely entirely on fast balls, he is one of the league's toughest moundsmen. Beck specializes, in baffling knuckle • balls and agonizing change-up speeds that keep the hitters off balance. He is the type of pitcher who is most effective against a team that likes to hit fast-ball hurlers. Ibach for Leaders There is no doubt about the Coon Rapids mound choice. It will be Jerry Ibach, the league's leading hurler, who still hasn't been beaten in league competition since a year ago this month. Carroll will carry the fight to the Coon Rapids sluggers with a resurgent batting streak that has started to net extra-base blows. The Merchants now have accounted for eight home runs, six triples and 22 doubles. Only one member of the starting nine is hitting below the .200 mark and he is Bob Rothmeyer who since has found the base hit key and has a deceptive .147 mark. Individual of Carroll Merchants HITTING Burgess, B. Long — Bengfort Heinrich » Blakenship . Burgess, D. Simpson Bested Brinker AB R H RBI 3BR SEH Hit s* •\3. Avj. 41 12 19 44 • 4 1 i s* •\3. .463 54 13 20 18 4 1 3 8 .370 50 11 17 1ft 2 1 0 4 .340 61 15 19 7 . 3 1 0 4 .311 51 12 15 10 4 0 i 3 .311 22 8 6 9 • 2 0 " I 0 .273 61 8 14 13 3 1 I 2 .230 43 5 9 5 0 0 0 0 .209 22 4 4 0 0 1 0 1 .182 47 7 7 3 0 0 0 0 .149 more) 462 95 130 86 22 6 8 25 .288 Times Herald, Carroll* Iowa Saturday, July 27, 1957 PITCHING Burgess, D Beck Niehaus Long w L INN RUNS HITS BB SO 7 3 72% 36 66 17 83 1 0 21% 20 30 8 17 1 1" 15% 5 15 9 11 0 0 5 2 5 3 11 Champ Lopsided Fpvorite In Title Bout on Monday NEW YORK W — Heavyweight cBampion Floyd Patterson is finished with heavy training and waiting for the bell.to send him after Tommy (Hurricane) Jackson in Monday night's title match at the Polo Grounds. After 130 rounds of boxing at his Greenwood Lake, N.Y. camp, the champ's manager, Cus D'Amato. called Floyd "a better fighter than he was the night he knocked out Archie Moore." Ready To Go "He is ready to go 15 rounds, If necessary, and he is hitting hard enough to finish his man if he gets the opportunity," said D'Amato. Jackson wound up his pre-fight boxing today at his remote camp in Columbia, N .J. Before he started he told newsmen he expected to give Patterson such a beating that he wouldn't be interested in any September rematch. "But I'll go through with it, if he wants to," sold Jackson. "I never went back on my word in my life." Upsurge of Interest While the boxers reached the end of their long training grinds, promoter Emil Lence reported an upsurge of interest in the 15-round match. Lence reported an advance sale of over $125,000. He predicted a gate of "over $300,000" and abqut 25,000 customers. Patterson gets a $175,000 guarantee or 40 per cent of the net and radio-TV cash. Jackson gets 20 per cent. Lopsided Favorite Patterson still was a lopsided 5 to 1 favorite to win and they were quoting an 8 to 5 price that he would stop the Hurricane for the second, time in his career, Jackson lost a split decision after a 12-round elimination match with Patterson, June 8, 1956. Both fighters break camp Sunday. Patterson expected to come at 184 pounds, heaviest of his career, and Jackson probably will weigh about 194 pounds. Miteff Counts Another Victim WASHINGTON (#) Argentina's lethal-fisted Alex Miteff counted a/iother knockout victim today and got set for a leap into heavyweight high society. Miteff, 22, found the doors opening after overpowering Cuban Julio Mederos in a nationally televised brawl at Capitol Arena Friday night. Mederos, his face ballooning and blood gushing from cuts inside the mouth, was unable to report for action after the sixth round. Under District of Columbia boxing rules, it was recorded as a seventh round technical knockout. He also was shelved for two months as a result of the beating. , Matchmaker Billy Brown of the Internajtional Boxing Club said he was ready to pair Miteff with the winner of the Willie Pastrano- Roy Harris fight next month. Alex battered his 24-year - old, more experienced foe from corner to corner. Alex, who at 202V4 had a 5% pound weight advantage, never did floor Mederos. But his block busters staggered the Cuban again and again. Old Pros in Scramble; Brooks Skid to Fourth By ED wn -KS | Gene Conley won it with a per- The Associated' Press | feet three-inning relief job after For the moment, anyway, it j Lew Burdette had been smacked for three homt runs, by Hank Sauer, starting pitcher Ruben Gomez and Ed Bressoud. The Braves tied the Giants with two runs in the seventh as Red Schoendienst pushed his hit streak to 23 games with an RBI double and scored on a single by Frank Torre. Ninth Straight Willard Schmidt won his ninth in a row for a 9-1 record, coming on" in relief of Lindy McDaniel after the Cards had tied the Bucs 3-all in the fifth inning on home runs by Ken Boyer and Don Blasingame. A pair of walks and a bunt loaded the bases for Dark in the 10th against reliever Ron Kline, who lost his seventh in a row for a 2-15 record. Cincinnati matched the Cards with three in a row as relief winner Hersh Freeman doubled with two out in the 11th against reliever Roger Craig, then sprinted home on Temple's hit Ed Bailey's 15th SET SCHOL TOURNEY DES MOINES ttf - The annual Iowa Schoolmasters Golf tournament will be played at Grand View here Aug, 1-2. Don Holland, West Bend High School coach, will defend his championship. MOVING Locol and Notion Wide iterate — CrstliHI — Peeking Hi,O«yM40 >H. Night 2611 Carroll, Iowa John Vonderhoiden Moving Agent* for storMi American Van MMS, If*. POWERFUL PARTNERS ... Harold Connolly, the Boston hammer, thrower, and his wife, the former Olga Flkotova, Cxech discus heaver, both saw action during a London track and field meet. The pair met during the Olympics at Melbourne aad, »• thelt form here would indicate, had the strength to throw oft objections to an Iroa Ourtain romanoa. looks as if all the contenders in that fantastic National League pennant brawl are a bunch of "old pros." All, that is, except the Old Pros themselves — Brooklyn's Dodgers. 'Milwaukee, St. Louis, Cincinnati and Philadelphia all came through in the clutch as the battle rolled through four exjtra-inning games Friday while the Brooks, taking their lumps away from chummy Ebbets Fieid, fell short and skidded to fourth with their third defeat in a row. Extra Innings The Braves had to win to hold the lead, and they did—beating New York's Giants 6-3 on an 11- inning, three-run homer by Nippy Jones. The Cardinals had to.win to stay within three percentage points of Milwaukee, and they did—defeating Pittsburgh 4-3 as Al Dark singled with the bases loaded in the 10th. The Redlegs had to win to stay only a game off the pace, and they did—blowing a 5-1 lead as the Dodgers gave it the big try, but coming back to win 6-5 in 11 innings on a two out single by Johnny Temple. And the Phillies, scrambling to stay alive, turned on the juice in the 10th to pick up two unearned runs that beat Chicago's Cubs 3-1, leaving the fifth-place Phils just a half game behind Brooklyn. White Sox GAIN The American League race showed signs of coming alive, too, what with Jim Bunning two-hitting New York for a 3-2 Detroit victory. The Yankees have lost three in a row and five of seven to lead Chicago by three games. The White Sox, after losing 5-2-at Baltimore, came back to win the second game of a twi-night doubleheader 1-0 on the two-hit pitching of Jim Wilson and Billy Pierce who made his second relief appearance to save it. Boston walloped Cleveland 10-1, with Ted Williams taking an undisputed hold on the batting lead again and Washington beat Kansas City 3-2. Walloped Soft Pitch The Braves, after losing two in a row to the Phillies, got back to business with a .bunt by DelCran- dall, a sacrifice and an intentional walk to Andy Pafko. Then along | came Jones. The ex-Cardinal back to the majors as a first base reserve after Joe Adcock broke a leg, walloped one of reliever Stu Miller's soft pitches to bust it up, Gaston Pulls Big Upset in Tennis MatcK DBS MOINES (^-Charles Gaston, one of the lB-year-old Burlington twins, advanced to Saturday's quarterfinals of the Iowa Open Tennis tournament by pulling a major upset in the men's singles. In Friday's third round eornpe- tition, Charles eliminated No. 3 seeded Joe Martin of Keokuk, 6-2. 9-7 and his brother, Joe, came along with a second round victory ! over Gary Lubin of Iowa City, 6-0, 6-1. Favorites Advance Martin had been ranked behind defending champion Ward Parker of St. Louis and Bill Ball of Waterloo, both of whom also advanced through the third round with easy victories. Another highlight of Friday's play was 11-year-old Chuck Darley's move into the semifinals of the under 13 boys singles by beating Bob Stuck of Grundy Center, 10-1. Division Winners Winners in other divisions included: Bob Boyson, Cedar Rapids and Bill Voxman, Iowa City, who beat the Dubuque brothers, Roy and Bob Sprenglemeyer in the semifinals of the under 18 boys singles, with Boyson and Voxman to play for the title. Denny Ellerston, Cedar Rapids and Dave Strauss, Iowa City who advanced to the finals of the un-, der 15 boys singles. Two Waterloo girls, Luanne Schultz and Nancy Mason, will play for the singles title in the under 13 title. Brown Seeks 3rd Masters AMES tfft — Joe Brown, Des Moines professional, took on all comers Saturday in an attempt to grab off his third successive Iowa Masters Golf championship. Around 200 other contender* were entered for the 54-hole two- homer had triggered a five"-"run: dav grind over the troublesome fifth for the Redlegs against Sandy Koufax, but the Brooks battled back on Elmer Valo's two- run pinch homer in the eighth and a two-run single by Roy Campanella in the ninth. Ed Bouchee, who was 3-for-4, doubled in the 10th- for the Phils off loser Bob Rush Q-ll) and scored as reliever Turk Lown threw wild on Stan Lopata's bunt. Lopata, who went to third, scored on Harry Anderson's single. Warren Hacker won it. Needed Help course at Iowa State College, which is sponsoring the event for the 20th time. The pro at the Des Moines Golf and Country Club expected keen opposition from other top profes* sionals, including Jack Jones of Waterloo; Wilbur Hird of Fort Dodge; Max Shelton of Cedar Falls, and, John Marschall of Hampton, a jroung amateur who turned pro lasl week. Saturday's play was over 18 holes in which tb* 32 low scorers and any professionals who might entered in the 36-hole title round Sunday. While Brown was shooting for his third straight title it actually was the fourth time he was defending champion since the tourney started. Wilson won his lith for the f not be among that group will be White Sox. When he walked loser Ken Lehman in the ninth and a sacrifice pushed the runner to second, 14-game winner Pierce came on. He walked Bob Boyd, then fanned Al Pilarcik and Joe Durham- The Sox scored in the second, when Larry Doby walked, went to third on Luis Aparicio's single and counted on Sammy Esposito's fly ball. It was Durham who capped a five-run Oriole first with two-on homer against Jack Harshman to nail the opener. Ray Moore won it. Bunning had the Yankees hitless until Yogi Berra led off with a triple in the seventh and scored on Bill Skowron's fly. The other Yank hit was Mickey Mantle's 27th home run — no. 200 of his career—in the ninth. Lopez Advocates 40 Player Limit BALTIMORE W - Manager Al Lopez of the Chicago White Sox today advocated a limit of 40 players which a major league club may have under its control. "That's the way things were In the old days before farm ays- terns," Lopez said, "and that's one way we can; equalize the strength of various teams now." The quiet-spoken White Sox manager said .the only other way would be to make all minor league players owned by major league clubs subject to a draft after one year. COLEMAN RECLLED KANSAS CITY (iFi-Pitcher Rip Coleman was recalled Friday by the Kansas City Athletics from Buffalo of the Class AAA International League. The lefthander, obtained by the A's from the New York Yankees last spring, has a 5-3 record with the Bisons. Coleman started the season with Kansas City, then was sent to Buffalo on 24-hour recall. Kansas City returned pitcher Glenn Cox to Buffalo on option. front Take It for Granted! 9A 03 BABE RUTH TOURNEY DES MOINES (I) 4 The Iowa Babe Ruth League All-Star h*w ball tournament was under way here Saturday with four first round games. Sioux City Nationals wdyarlna Northern started play .with, the opening game at nootr foUowei by an afternoon game between West Des Moines against Dot Moines Pacific. , , There were two night games, Anamosa Waspie Valley vs' Wa- Ma-Ke of southern Iowa and Des Moines Americans vs Burlington, Finals will be played Sunday afternoon and evening. This Is the first year the state, tournament has been limited to eight teams, j A new champion will emerge as Des Moines Nationals, last year's] title winners, were eliminated in district play. s I A R6C6MT SUfcVEY* SHOWS 3.8 MILLION P6T CATS AND ONLY 23 MfLUONll pgr DOGS (N NgWSPAPfifiS WIN POPOlABiTV POLLS WITH CON $UM6&$6$? ADVG6T /sefc6/ TWATfc UWV MEAT 5,; R$H , AND , POULTRY AoveRTiseee iMVgSTSO MORS THAN &pge$ ecu's*. , " $e IT COM IGS uowioe, FOOD PASe MOTHER. OR, SPOOTS secTfOfOPoe DAD, NEWS PAP6R6AR.6 R6AD, SWOPPfiO AND 6NJOY6D BY AU, MSfYieaeS. OF.-THE FAMfLY43 MILLION PAM/K6© <zec$i v e.jft^ , rvewsPAPge QAILY 00/rT,

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