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Boyd Beats Vaughn for 5th in a Row NEW YORK UB- Bobby Boyd let it be known today after defeating Willie Vaughn for his fifth straight victory that he wants Joey . Giardello and nobody else for his next fight. tt was Giardello who shattered the Chicago welterweight's string at nine,wins last September. Boyd went into the fight with Giardello as the second ranked 160 pounder and came out „with a, fractured jaw-and ninth place on the ranking list. "All I want is another shot..at Giardello," said the 23-year old Boyd after turning in his second straight split decision over Vaughn in the nationally televised fight at St.'Nicks' Friday night. There were no knockdowns in the closely fought 10-round scrap. But Boyd's sharper punching paid off. Both boys were shaken several times but never were near being on the floor. Cards Win 7th In Row And Reds Move Closer DAVENPORT IN TOURNEY SPRINGFIELD, III. UB-Daven- port, Iowa .pTa y s Hamtramck, Mich, here Saturday in the first round of the annual National Boys Baseball League tournament. Eight, teams, with players in the 15-16 age group, were represented In the tourney. RULE FALLS BEHIND CHICAGO UB—Jack Rule of Waterloo, fell 11 strokes behind the leader Friday when he had an 81 for a two-day total of 155 in the Men's Amateur division of the Ail-American Golf tournament at .Tam O'Shanter. He trailed How ard Everltt of Northfield, N.J. who had i44. By ED WILKS The Associated Press Just when some folks were about to scratch Cincinnati from the National League race, the R e d 1 e g S suddenly look robust again* complete • with late-inning home runs for a three-game winning streak:: Aftef slipping from first to fifth with a terrible July run (13-14), the Redlegs are on the way back, winning 'em-late—but winning. Ted "Kluszewski. Wally Post and Sm6ky Burgess were back in business Tfiday" night Tbr a 9-6 victory over the New York Giants. Klu belted a two-run homer for a first inning lead, Burgess smacked a two-run shot to regain the edge in the eighth-, - and Post pickled a three-run drive to win it in the ninth. The victory put the fourth-place Redlegs within one game of Brooklyn, after Gene Conley four-hit the Dodgers'and lined the run-scoring single in a 1-0 Milwaukee victory that kept the second-place Braves just two points shy of St. Louis. Brooklyn it 2Mr games behind. Cards Keep Streak The Cardinals won their seventh in a row, nailing fifth-place Philadelphia 54 in 10 innings as Stan Muslal doubled home the clincher. The Man had three hits, all for extra bases. Chicago's Cubs, -without one earned run, defeated Pittsburgh 6-4 in the other NL game. It was the sixth straight loss for the seventb>place Pirates, leading to Manager Bobby Bragan's- dismissal early today. Coach Danny Murtaugh took his place. Yanks Increase Lead : The American League race bordered on a "runaway" again Unit* Herald, Carroll, Iowa Saturday, Aug. 3, 1957 Business b Professional Directory W. L WARD D.S.C. CHIROPODIST FOOT SPECIALIST SIS N. Carroll Street Office 97*2 Heme'tSW DR. M. J. HALL DENTIST 207 East 5th St.. Dial 9774 templet* Visual Car* Dr. O. M, O'Connor; Optometrist Vision Specialist — Dial 3318 Office Between Duffy's B**t*ry and Ellerbroelc's Closed Saturday Afternoon During Vacation. Dr. John E. Martin OPTOMETRIST Vision Specialist Offfee Over Woolworth Store Hour* 9 a. m. to I p. m. Dial 9709 Complete. Visual Care Dr. Rex W. Hinson OPTOMETRIST •101" Wr 5th St. — Dial 9687 Closed Saturday Afternoon During School Vacation as the New York Yankees, hitless for 6 1-3 innings' Against Don Mossi, pushed to a five-game spread with a 3-2 victory over Cleveland. The second-place Chicago White Sox lost -their second in a row, this one 5-4 to Boston in 10. ' Washington Skipped out of the cellar with a 2-1 victory over Detroit while Baltimore plunked Kansas City to eighth with a twi- night sweep, 5-4 in 13 innings and 10-2. > Giants Lose Again The Giants, losing six in a row, made a fight of it with home runs by Bobby Thomson and . Willie Mays and a tying run in the top of the ninth on Danny O'Connell's single. Hersh Freeman won it.. Musial's second double sent Don Blaslngame home from first base, digging past third when left fielder Harry Anderson slipped fielding the drive on: the run. Willard Schmidt, with a two-hit relief job over four frames, won his 10th in a row for a 10-1 record. Wally Moon pushed -his hit streak to 19 games with two doubles. Clutch Pitching Conley gave up only singles, three to Carl Furillo. He walked five, but fanned Duke Snider, Gil Hodges and Rube Walker in clutch spots. Johnny. Podres-lost it for a 9-4 record when the Braves scored an unearned run in the fifth. Mossi had faced only 19 men when Gil McDougald and Mickey Mantle hit back-to-back' homers for a 2-2 tie In' the' seventh. It was Mantle's 29th. A walk and singles by Tony Kubek and pinch- hitter Harry Simpson won it in the eighth. A bases-loaded single by Jackie Jensen won for the Red Sox, who blew an early iea'd set up by Ted Williams' three-run homer, his 30th to match Henry Aaron of the Braves for the major, league lead. The Senators, in eighth since April 26. mads it on Julio Becquer's RBI single, in the ninth to beat Paul Foytack. Camillo Pascual won it after Roy Sievers tied it 1-all with his 29th- home run- matching the club mark he sat last season. George Zuverink won his 10th in relief for the Orioles on Bobby Boyd's homer in the opener. George Kell and Joe Ginsberg each drove in two runs in the nightcap. Kell replaced rookie Brooks Robinson, who was beaned by a Ned Garver pitch but escaped without a fracture. CARROLL CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC DR. R. A. HEESE Complete Chiropractic Health Service Dial 3401 - Keepke Building Ralph M. Crane ATTORNSY.AT.LAW - SUtt N. Adams St. Dial 3161 Al Boss Spoclallxlng In Livestock .Firm Auctions Dial 23<3 — Carroll Dr, J. G. Donovon CHIROPRACTOR 410 Woof 3rd St. ? Offke — Dial 3716 Residence — Dial 2283 Meyers & Tan Creti ATTQRNSYS.AT.LAW Practice In all courts. Abstracts examined. Estates settled. Urban J. Janning New York Life Insurance Co. Life, Annuities, Accident, Sickness, Hospital 6 Croup CARROLL, IOWA Iowa Land Service Company Farm Management Farm Records V. Stuart Parry ~ Dial 9883 Dr. Roland B. Morrison, M.D. 117 East Sixth Street — Carroll, lowe , General Praetlc* — Obstetrics Fractures — X-Rays PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Dial 3543 Carroll Medical Center PAUL L. PASCOI, M.D. Surgery end Diseases of , , Woman and Children - Obstetrics Infant Feeding ,. ';W. L* McCONKII, M.D. ^Medical and Surgical •*i treatment of Diseases of lye, Ear, Nose and Throat Glasses Fitted A* RSAS ANNEBIRG, M.D. Medical and Surgical Treatment of Diseases of lye,-,|ar. Nest and Threat *0<M»t« Fitted 4. V, SULLIVAN, MD. ., * Piseeies and FIHl DIAL WALTER A. ANNBBBRG, M.D. Surgery and Diseisst of Women and Children Obstetric* Infant Feeding PAUL A. ANNEBBRG, M.D. Surgery and ^Disease* of Kidney, Bladder* Prostate and Rectum,:. J. R. MARTIN, M.D. Surgery end. Diseases of Bones and Joints' Including Fractures D JAMBS M. TIBRNiY, M.D. Internal Medlelns 3557 mmk..h J ..' * SCHOOLMASTERS CHAMP DES MOINES HV-Jerry Richardson, Des Moines school teacher, won the Iowa Schoolmasters Golf championship Friday in a two-hole playoff with two time champion Don Olson of, Marshalltown. They had tied at the end of 27 holes -with 104 Ike Smart of Fairfield, Friday's qualifying leader, finished In a five way tie at 109. DEAF TOURNEY UNDERWAY DES MOINES WV-The 10th annual tournament of the Midwest Deaf Golf Assn. opened here Saturday with some" 70 of the nation's silent golfers entered. The field was' led ' by defending champion" Jack Kuntz' of St. Paul, Minn. Other top rivals included Herbert Duemyer,- Lincoln, Neb.; Ray Kessinlck,' Madison, Wis. and Clyde Herblien, Cambridge, Iowa. Two 18-hole rounds were to be played Saturday and "Sunday. _ How much would you steal if you had the chance! Shocked at the thought? Yet the truth is that honsrt, i •verydaypMplearestealing: the Uvea of other* in traffic accidental It's just criminal —you can help stop it' •' ,y, f HereU,howywean hetpt , O OrWa nfi^ (Wrteeuily ywiitHI, Obttry* tRtad limit*, warning ilgm, \ Where tiaMt lews ere ftayie, farttii go DOWN! IfuliOon strict •nter««m«nt of all traffic lawi. Thay work for yeu, ogalntt you. Whtra h-afflt lawi or« itrltlly «n»»md, deelhi |e DOWNI Upfrt poikttl Se¥#rr (#•«// fublisKtd «i a puiUe mm in tooptration with Th* Adverti$vig. Qountll ' . and OIM • Audubon Snows Breda Under, 12-4 CHANGED MAN ...Cookie Lavagetto , hasn't always appeared so dejected. The old Brooklyn third baseman got this way when named manager of the Washington Senators. Andy Cohn Bogeys Out CHICAGO (ffi - "It must have been fatigue." That was the explanation given Saturday by 17-year-old Andy Cohn of Waterloo, the Iowa« girls high school champion, for the fact that she wavered at the fourth hole of a playoff for the Women's Western Junior Golf championship Friday. But Sherry Wheeler of Glasgow, Ky., her 16-year-old opponent, didn't waver. She won the title. On the crucial No. 22 hole Miss Wheeler was down in par figures with two putts but Andy's putter failed to click and she bogeyed the hole. Fatigue may have been due. to the fact that the Iowa girl had an uphill battle through the first nine holes. She was 2 down starting the back nine. But Miss Cohn rallied to take four holes and divided the next two. The Iowan was still one hole ahead at No. 18 and both were ort) the green in three. Miss Wheeler sank a 30-foot putt for a birdie. Miss Cohn was left with a difficult downhill lie of almost 30 feet and she took two putts to square the match. WINS JUNIOR MEET LE MARS WV-Dick Null of Le Mars, won the lie Mars Junior Invitational Golf tournament Friday with a 27-hole total ?f 109 to edge Bill Hird Jr., of Fort Dodge and Roger Horn, Mason City. STATE FINAL SATURDAY DES MOINES tfu-Ottumwa and Boone will meet at 5 p.m. Saturday for the title in the Iowa Little League baseball tournament. Boone beat South Des Moines 1211 and Ottumwa defeated Davenport 10-O Friday. VETERAN SHOOTER DIES DES MOINES m - Chester (Chet) D. Blaser. 51, Des Moines business man and one of Iowa's leading trapshooters, died of a heart attack , Friday at Veterans Hospital here. WIN DOUBLES CROWN CEDAR RAPIDS Uft-In a delayed match postponed from last weekend because of rain. Bill Ball of Waterloo, and Roger Kroth of Cedar Rapids, Friday won the Iowa Open Tennif men's doubles championship. They defeated Rev. Father Jack Schwartz, Keithsburg, III. and Rev. Father Richard. Moran, Rapid City, 111. 6-3, 6-1, Cords Ready For Carroll Date Sunday 'AUDUBON - The hot and cold Audubon Cardinals belabored Breda's mound corps with <an extra base hit barrage that Included five doubles and a home run in a 12-4 triumph here Friday night. The Cardinals gained half a game on -idle Coon Rapids and now trails the league leaders by four. Carroll's second place Merchants, two games ahead of the Cards, will invade the Audubon fairground on Sunday. Audubon . tallied five runs off the pitching of Maury Julich in the first four Innings. The Cardinals added three more while Gary Moad was on the hill in the fifth. They wrapped up the scoring with a four-run assault on Howard Heisterkamp In the seventh inning. Breda was throttled on three hits during the first six Innings by Carroll Scott. After giving up a lead-off double to Jim Bengfort in the first. Scott retired nine batters in order.. Twice he struck out the side. That happened in the first and again in the eighth as he recorded 14 strike outs. Broke Scott's Hold The Eagles finally broke through with a run in the seventh and added three more in the eighth to avoid a shutout. Audubon pushed across a run in the second. After Scott walked, Johnson struck out. Then Jorgensen doubled to left center and Scott stopped at third. Bateson hit into a fielder's choice as Scott was thrown out at the plate, but Rich Lewer unloaded a double into left center to score Jorgensen. In the third Inning Clark led off with a single. He was erased on McLaughlin's fielder's choice. McLaughlin went to second on a wild pitch and got to third on another. Eagen walked. Scott drove a sacrifice fly into centerfield and McLaughlin scored after the catch. Control Tronble Julich got the first man out in the. fourth and then ran into control trouble. He walked Bateson and Lewer singled to left. Both runners moved up on a wild pitch as Kneeskern finally struck out for the second out. Clark singled to left and moved to second as two runs scored. He went to third on a wild pitch and scored on another wild pitch as McLaughlin was coaxing a pass. Moad Victimized Moad came on in the fifth and was immediately victimized by an error. Scott led off with an infield single and gained second when an error was made as Johnson grounded to first. With both runners safe, Jorgensen loaded the bases with an infield single. Bateson singled to left and two runs . scored. Jorgensen . scored from third on a wild pitch and Bateson took third. After Lewer and Kneeskern struck out, Clark walked and stole second. But McLaughlin grounded to the pitcher to retire the side. Breda broke the scoring ice in the seventh. Heisterkamp was safe on an error. Lou Oswald drew a walk. Jack Quinlin singled to load the bases. Dale Lesle singled to score Heisterkamp and Oswald stopped at third. Jim Bengfort filed to Jorgensen in left and Oswald was caught at the plate after the catch by Jorgensen's perfect throw. Kenneth King moved Lesle to second with an infield single, but Kenneth Goecke rapped into • a fielder's choice to retire the side. Heisterkamp took over the pitching chores for Breda in the bottom of the sixth and got through the tag end of the batting order without difficulty. However, it was a different story in the seventh. Homer by Clark Lead-off batter Bateson led off with a double to left. Lewer struck out, but Cloy Kneeskern doubled to right to score Bateson. Larry Clark hit a home run to twm I i» Mill IIII III! I III IIIIIII it i i I It I MM 11 from del* barton's KEYBOARD M"M 111 I !•»»# tl'Mt II lllltlit IMHinil II1111 I'M'* Jacobs Poses Threat to Gordon in Spencer Meet LITTLE LEAGUE: A total of 26 Carroll Little Leaguers posted season batting averages of .200 or better during the summer, Don Burgess reported Saturday. Ten of the players hit better than .300 and six were in the charmed circles. Three posted averages over .400 and three others reached the lofty ,500 circle. A Little League picnic is scheduled Monday, at 6 p.m. in the small Graham Park shelter house.' Admission will be free to all Little Leaguers who appear at the park in uniform. The champion Braves were edged by the second-place Dodgers in the team batting averages as the Dodgers hit at a .292 clip compared to .290 for the Braves. The third place Cubs batted .250 and a .236 team average was posted by the last place Yankees. Individual Averages: Player Team AB R Avg. Carlson ID 33 18 .545 Provopulos D 42 22 .525 Schleisman C 47 24 .510 Kelly B 54 26 .482 Thomas D 30 13 .435 Oxenford :.:B 54 23 .426 Frank _C 43 17 ' .395 Hagedorn __; B 54 21 .388 O'Herron Y 37 14 .378 Kackley D 36 13 .362 Bernholtz B 31 11 .355 Wiedemeyer Buchhok Bruggeman . Ferlic . Bengfort ..... Meinhardt _ Feld Collison Harris Kuebler Richardson . Sullivan Quinn _.Y __..Y —..B' _C „...Y Y C _..D __D _...C D D __..Y Knowlton Y Bruggeman D . Team Averages: Dodgers Braves Cubs Yankees Pitching Records: Kelly 31 31 28 25 43 37 53 28 32 33 31' 27 ' 42 30 30 .391 .368 404 .373 11 10 9 8 13 11 16 8 9 87 6 9 6 6. 114 106 101 88 Provopulos ~ Bernholtz ... Wiedemeyer Schleisman Kackley Oxenford —— Feld Kelly Thomas ......—. Bengfort Final Standings: Braves — — Dodgers __ Cubs — Yankees B D B ..Y C D B C D D .Y W 6 6 5 2 1 2 # h Al . 8 5 .355 .822 .321 .320 .302 .298 .296 .285 .282 .242 .226 .222 .216 .200 .200 .292 :290 .250 .236 L 1 2 2 2 2 0 Queen Big Purses With Horses SPENCER WV-Fred Gordon, the 45-year-old Belmond veteran, enjoyed a nine stroke lead In the Northwest Iowa Amateur Golf tournament Saturday but this was mellowed by the fact that Johnny Jacobs was back, Jacobs, of Garner, who turned professional in 1952 through 1954 and then laid off competitive golf for three years; had his amateur status back and was among Saturday's contingent of players starting their 36-hole qualify* ing tests. Four-Time .Winner Jacobs is one of two men who won the Iowa Amateur title six times and is a four-time winner MOVING Local and Notion Wide Storage — Crating *~ Packing Ph. Day 2540 Ph. Night 2618 Carroll, lews John Vonderheldfn » eviHa Asinta for < merlcsnvin lines, ins, of the Northwest Amateur. His reinstatement by the United States Golf Assn. was confirmed Friday to Herman L. Sani, secretary of the Iowa Golf Assn. Gordon sat back and watched proceedings after completing his 36 holes Friday with a 9-under par total of 144 which made him a hard man to catch. His closest pursuer was Jack Norman, star of the Storm Lake High School golf team last year, with 144. The Northwest title Is to be decided Monday in the championship round of the 72-hole medal tourney. About 100. golfers did their shooting in the first two days but less than 40 had completed the 36-hole qualifying test. Nearly 100 late comers were expected to go through their rounds Saturday and Sunday. Early Qualifiers Putt Lanxson of Cherokee, stood third among the early qualifying finishers with 145. He was followed by Don Eymann, Forest City. 149; Dick Fenske, Spencer, 147; John Uechty, Iowa City, 147; Jerry. Lehr,. Sioux Rapids, 140; George MeCutchoon, Spencer, 151; Bob HugUn,. Fort Dodge. IBS: .Quentin HiU, Boa Moines., its and Tpdd. Tiichir.Tprt Dodfa, m Pirates Fire Bragan; Name Murtaugh Pilot CHICAGO 0B—Brash Bobby Bragan today was fired as manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates. Coach Danny Murtaugh was named to carry on for the balance of the season. Pirate General Manager Joe L. Brown said Bragan, in his second season, was dismissed for the Loop Standings w 12 10 8 L Pet. GB .800 .667 .533 .467 .333 .200 Coon Rapids Carroll Audubon Churdan 7 Manning 5 Breda 3 Friday's Results: Audubon 12, Breda 4 Sunday's Games: Carroll at Audubon Breda at Coon Rapids Manning at Churdan plate two more. Russ McLaughlin doubled - to center and Went to third on Paul Eagen's single. McLaughlin later scored on an error. Breda's comeback attempt in the eighth netted three runs. Don Schenkelberg led off with a single to right. Don Koster singled to left. After Heisterkamp struck out, Oswald singled to load the bases. Scott disposed of Quinlin, but Lesle singled to left and pandemonium took place as three runners scored and the batter reached third by virtue of an error. Bengfort struck out and that was the end of the scoring. Line Score: Breda 000 000 130— 4—11-3 Audubon 011 330 40 —12—15-2 Julich. Moad (5), Heisterkamp (6) and Heisterkamp; Goecke (6) Scott and Lewer Boys 4-H Club Discussed Projects (Time* Herald Newt Service) WESTSIDE - The Boys 4-H Club met Wednesday evening- in the high school building. President Paul Schoessler presided, assisted by the secretary, Dennis Wilken. A discussion was held on the pop stand for Watermelon Day. The leaders were appointed to be in charge of the arrangements. Leaders Lloyd Freese and - Herbert Namanny were present. It was decided to make . banner to be used at the County Fair and also build a float for Watermelon Day. Those appbinted by the president were Larry Lenz, Larry Namanny, Juhl Petersen and Dick Hugg, and Dennis Wilken will secure the material. Those who volunteered to enter the judging contest 'at the Counly Fair were Larry Lenz, D'jnnis Wilken, Paul Schoessler, Juhl Petersen,' Roger Meehan and Dean Gottsch. Those who volunteered to be demonstration teams at the^alr were Gary Witt and Ronald Lenz, Juhl Petersen and Larry Namanny, Dennis Wilken and Paul iSchoessler, A demonstration on. the-feeding and care of rabbits were presented by Gerald Frank and Arnold Lielje. Ricky McCoid joined the membership, Refreshments were -,served by Mrs. Herb. Namanny ana^ra. Harry Frank. VISITORS FROM IDAHO s (Time* H«r«ia Newt S«vi««V „ STAR ~ Mr. and Mrs. Bert Baquet. Mary »nd.Patricia, of Mitchell, Neb,, and Ruth Ann Hurst of Mountain Home, Ida., spent the weekend at the home of -Mr. and MM. Don WiMwns, Maria, .Williams,-who bad ipent the ;; past month at the Bequet • boipa, returned to her home her*. "general welfare" of the club. He did not elaborate. A club spokesman said Clyde Sukeforth, veteran Pirate coach, was first offered the job but turned it down in Murtaugh's favor. Temporary Post The spokesman said Murtaugh accepted the post with the "full understanding" that it was only to be temporary. Murtaugh, 39. became a Pirate coach in 1956 after four years of managing in the minor leagues. He broke into th*» major leagues as an infielder with the Philadelphia Phillies in 1941, spent part of the 1947 season with the then Boston Braves and then was traded to the Pirates. Brown said Bragan's dismissal was "by far the most difficult decision" he ever had to make. And he said Bragan accepted it gracefully, in a manner that showed he was a "big man." Not Surprised Bragan said he was neither surprised or shocked at the news. "When you're losing things like that don't come as a shock or surprise," he said. "That's the way the ball bounces.' The fiery manager said he lost his job for many reasons but primarily because his team was losing. The Pirates are In seventh place in the National League^ They finished in seventh last year. "It's been a series of things," he said, "Primarily losing, and Brown felt it was time to make a change." Referring to Brown, Bragan said "we're the same age, you know, both the aggressive type and both like to have our own way. We didn't see eye to eye on a number of things." . He said he didn't want to go into the other "things." Bragan was hired as Pirate manager in November 196S and was^ re-hired last November. By JOHN FARROW LONDON UB— While the crltlct may carp'at her horse race activities, Queen Elizabeth goes steadily about the business of picking up the prize money at British tracks. She's won 41,034 pounds ($114,* 895) in the first four months of the British flat season. That's a record for any royal owner and puts the young Queen at the top of the winning owners In Britain. Goes Too Often % The Queen's regular attendances at horse race meets have brought some public criticism. The latest was a blunt assertion April 28 in the mass circulation Sunday Pictorial that the Queen goes too often to the races. But the attacks make little difference to the Queen's pursuit of her favorite hobby. She still goes racing as often as official duties 'allow. On Tuesday she saw her filly Alermia wirf the Bentinck Stakes 0 i at Goodwood. Seventy thousand 4 1 people cheered home the royal 2 j winner and the Queen, excitedly 2! clutching her black handbag behind her, cried: "She's done iL She's done it." Never Bets The Queen never bets but thoroughly enjoys a day at the races. She knows the business inside out She talks to stable boys about feeding and exercising horses. She chats with blacksmiths about shoeing. She's a fine horsewoman herself. The Queen has about 20 thoroughbreds in training and often takes a look at them as they exercise with Captain Cecil Boyd- rochfort's string at Newmarket. 9 6 7 10 13 MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL W. L. Pet. G.B. St. Louis 60 Milwaukee 61 Brooklyn 58 40 41 43 44 46 59 66 66 .600 .598 .574 .564 .549 .422 18 .353 25 .340 2V4 34 5 26 Cincinnati 57 Philadelphia 56 New York 43 Pittsburgh 36 Chicago 34 Saturday's Schedule Pittsburgh at Chicago New York at Cincinnati Brooklyn at Milwaukee Philadelphia at St. Louis Sunday's Schedule Pittsburgh at Chicago '2) New York at Cincinnati 12) Philadelphia at St. Louis (2) Brooklyn at Milwaukee Monday's Schedule New York at Brooklyn (N) Only game scheduled AMERICAN LEAGUE • W. L. Pet. G.B. 66 New York Chicago . Boston Cleveland Detrott Baltimore 61 55 50 50 48 37 34 39 46 50 50 53 66 65 .660 .610 545 .500 .500 .475 5 U4 16 16. 18H Washington 37 66 .359 30V» Kansas City 36 65 .356 30 Today's Schedule Detroit at Washington Cleveland at New York Chicago at Boston Kansas City at Baltimore (N) Sunday's Schedule Detroit at Washington Kansas City at Baltimore Chicago at Boston Cleveland at'New York (2) Monday's Schedule Cleveland at New York Only game scheduled Four of the umpires In the Southern Assn. come from the so- called northern states and one is from Canada. > You Don't Need Glasses . . . . . to see the value of Classified! Houses Sold! Apartments Rented! Jobs Found! Positions Filled! Toys and Appliances Bought, Sold and Traded! Whatever Your Need You'll Find a WANT AD Classification, to Help You! DIAL 3573 Daily Times Herald

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