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Carroll Clubs Breda; Coon Rapids and Churdan Triumph Kuemper and Exira Clash In Play-Off The play-off for the championship of the West Central High School baseball league will pit Kuemper against Exira here tonight. The game will be played In Merchants Park and will start at 8 p.m. Kuemper will be looking for the 17th summer victory. The Knights go into the fray with 8 16-4 record and an 8-2 mark in league play. Split Pair In two previous games this summer, the two contenders split. Exira took a 5-0 decision from the Knights and sustained a 4-1 setback at the hands of Coach Lou Galetich's crew. An added attraction will be a game between the Kuemper Midgets and the Kuemper Parochial League All-Stars preceding the high school game. The Midgets and All-Stars win clash at 5:30 p.m. in the car* tain raiser, Fr. Thomas Dona* hoe said. "We will make only one change in our normal lineup and that is necessitated by an accident," Coach Galetich said Monday. Wessling Out Denny Wessling, the regular Kuemper third baseman, will be out of action because of injuries sustained in a swimming accident on Friday. He will be replaced at third by Jim Short. Starting hurler for the Knights in their final game of the summer season will be Darrel Onken. His battery mate will be Larry Bock. Defensively the Knights will have Dick Wiederhold, lb; Bob Tigges, 2b; Dave Tigges, ss; Short, 3b; Jerry ColUson, If; Joe Boyer, of and Larry Brown, rf. Braves Match Yanks In Pennant Runaway War Spirit bears the apt lip tattoo number 1776. He is a 3-year- old gelded son of War Admiral— Wood Spirit and is owned by R. V. Stockton. By DON WEISS The Associated Press There's a pennant race missing in the National League today and the chief suspects are Conley, Spahn, Burdette and Buhl. Milwaukee's "Big Four and no more" has the Braves 5»4 game's in front of a pennant scramble I that is quickly changing from a riddle into a romp with no sign of a letup. Lanky Gene Conley, veteran Warren Spahn, controversial Lew Burdette and strong-armed Bob Buhl . . . they have done it all in the Braves' two-week breakaway that has left the four other NL pretenders lagging in the dust. Since July 28. the Big Four has drawn 13 consecutive starting assignments and come away with 12 victories.-Rejuvenated It was the rejuvenated Conley's turn Sunday and the 6-8 right hander, free again of his arm miseries, turned in a steady seven hitter as Milwaukee whipped St. Louis for its seventh straight 5-1. The triumph, coupled with Brooklyn's double defeat by Pittsburgh, Philadelphia's split with New York and rainout of Cincinnati's doubleheader with Chicago, opened up the once torrid National League race. St. Louis, losing six straight, trails by 5%, Brooklyn by 6H, Cincinnati by 7 and Philadelphia by 9. Match Yanks The Braves' lead now matches the New York Yankees' first place advantage in the American League. The Yanks went up Sunday by defeating Baltimore 7-2 while runner-up Chicago split with Detroit, salvaging an 11-2 nightcap after losing 8-5. In other AL games, Boston won twice from Washington 8-5 and 4-3,in 11 innings, and Kansas City dragged Cleveland down to sixth place, its lowest standing in 10 years, with 7-0 and 9-8 victories*. "Thjt Ntntnds m«, I'd b«M«" get a loan from Commun. try Loan Service and take you kids to the dentist before school startsi" • Yea sir, Community Loan Service really cornea in handy when you t need ready cash for the kids dental and medloal bills!" COMMUNITY LOAN SERVICE A .P .W. Thlelklncj, Owner • LOANS-FINANCING-INSURANCE CarroH Phone 3693 * Denison Phone 465 Ken Boyer's ninth-inning homer deprived Conley of a shutout but he had long since wrapped' up his fifth straight victory and his eighth in nine decisions since his return to form. Sam Jones lost it as Eddie Mathews drove in two with his 22nd homer and a single and Johnny Logan hit a two-run double. •* Bums Falter The last place Pirates slammed 11 hits in cuffing Brooklyn 6-2 in their second game after Bill Mazeroski's two-out single had won the opener, 4-3 in 10 innings. Vern Law and Charles (Whammy) Douglas were Pittsburgh's winning pitchers and Clem Labine and Roger Craig the losers. Rookies Jack Sanford and Curt Barclay traded three-hit shutouts at the Polo Grounds, Sanford winning his 15th for the Phils 2-0 after Danny O'Connell's three-run homer had helped Barclay win the opener for New York 5^. Johnny Kucks evened his record at 7-7 behind a 14-hit Yankee attack, including Bill Skowron's 16th homer and three hits apiece for Darrell Johnson and Andy Carey. The victory represented a half- game pickup on Chicago, which salvaged the nightcap with a 14- hit splurge against the Tigers' Billy Hoeft and a bevy of relievers. Jim Bunning, helped by Duke Maas in the ninth, won his 14th in 18 decisions in the first game. Gus Zernial hit two home runs, Woody Held blasted a grand slammer and Lou Skizas chipped in with a solo home run in Kansas City's second game whipping of Cleveland. The A's Ned Garver fired a two-hitter in the opener in breaking a personal seven- game losing streak. Gene Stephens, known to the Red Sox as Ted Williams' stand- in, tripled home the nth inning run that gave Boston a sweep over Washington. The Red Sox rallied for four runs on five hits in the eighth inning to win the opener. Williams set a' major league record, drawing his 27th intentional walk to break the season mark of 26 set by Brooklyn's Duke Snider last year. CHAPMAN POSTS WIN EMMETSBURG (i»V-Tom Chapman. Fort Dodge, bested 131 ; entrants in the Annual Emmetsburg Invitational Golf Tournament Sunday with a fiveunder par 100. Bob Leahy* defending champion and Iowa Amateur holder, finished second with 105. Bob Pfaff, Fort Dodge, was third with 106. Bob Burt of hartley and Irv Sorensen of Sioux City tied for fourth place With 109s. Dick Mayer Richest In Golf Ranks By JERRY LISKA CHICAGO wv— Handsome Dick Mayer, who became the year's richest golfer by winning just two tournaments—the National Open and the $101,000 "World"—had a chance to become even richer today by the stroke of the pen. Onetime Wall Street investment broker, 33-year-old Mayer of La Jolla, Calif., made a $50,000 "killing" Sunday in the "World" with the same sort of sleeper finish which gave him the prestige- loaded U.S. Open title in June. Today, Mayer decides whether to sign with "World" tourney promoter George S. May an exhibition contract which could produce an additional $50,000. Biggest Purse Mayer, now leading the pros with $66,145, captured golf's biggest cash prize Sunday by a one- stroke margin over the two men who were expected to make the "World" a private scrap — veteran Sammy Snead and Canadian Al Balding. Snead, who held a 54-hole lead of one stroke over Balding, staggered to a final 74, while Balding took a 73i being hamstrung by a double bogey 6 on the 67th hole. Snead and Balding each received $7,500 for sharing second. Five Behind Mayer started the final round at the crowded Tarn O'Shanter course five strokes behind Snead. With all attention focused on Snead and Balding, Mayer scored a 68 and sewed up the meet with his fourth birdie of the round by sinking a 9-footer on the 71st hole. He wound up with rounds of 7269-70-68 for a 9-under-par total of 279. In the Open, which was worth $7,200, Mayer CRme through with a closing 70, tying Cary Middlecoff after 72 holes with 282. All attention was focused on Middlecoff, but when the playoff came, Middlecoff proved a spent golfer and Mayer drubbed him 72 to 79. Share Fourth Fourth place in the "World" was shared by Gene Littler and big George Bayer, each with 281 for $5,500 apiece. Mike Souchak had a windup 74 and 2C2 for sixth place and $2,000. Knotted at 284 ana sharing $1,800 each were Bob Rosburg, Dow Fin- sterwal and Art Wall Jr. The concurrent "World" women's pro tourney had a photo finish between Patty Berg and Fay Crocker, each with 302. They Will play off at 18 holes today for the $6,000 first prize. FAIR OPENS CHEROKEE (* — The annual Cherokee County Fair and 4-H achievement show opened at the fairgrounds here Monday with the judging of swine, sheep, dairy divisions 4-H girls' exhibits and women's displays. timet Herald, Carroll, Iowa , Monday, Aug. 12, 1957 YOURS TURLEY ... Bob Turley threw away his windup and cools off after extending his string of scoreless Innings for the New York Yankees. . Yama Bahama, Bimini middleweight, won 23 straight boxing bouts in 1956. He was christened William Butler. RODEO See the champ*** in action! See the top hands this year at the Sidney, Iowa. Rodeo. Such cowboy kings as Jim Shoulders, Buck Rutherford and Casey Tibbs provide a world of thrills, action, excitement Rodeo clowns add to the fun and trick riders give even more chills. Don't miss the Nation's biggest outdoor rodeo w&K tie world's best performers. Get tickets now* and 5 Big Nights ,21,22,23,24 1:30 and 8:00 p.m. Dedham Against Newton at Boone BOONE iin — Boone Merchants, Bode Merchants, Charles City and Harbeck's, of Sioux City remained undefeated Monday as the state men's softball tournament swung into its second day at McHose Park. Bode scored the most surprising victory Sunday, upsetting Tony's of Fort Dodge 8 2. Losing pitcher Howard Merryman .was reached for 12 hits, including a two-run homer by George Opheim in the fifth. Harbeck's dealt John Deere of Waterloo its first loss of the season and its second in 25 games on a 10-hit attack. 12-1. The winners blasted ahead with a nine-run first inning on six singles,' four walks and two errors. Rock Island of Des Moines dropped a 2-1 decision to Boone when Bob Mitchell singled with the bases loaded in the seventh, breaking a 1-1 tie. In the final game, Woodburn Independents lost to Salsbury of Charles City. 8-6. Ken Marth, the winning pitcher, tripled home two runs in the third. Monday's games First Round 6:30 p.m. — Newton (Nelson's) vs Dedham (Merchants) 8 p.m.—Cedar Rapids (Thede's) vs Sigourney' (Merchants) 9:30 p.m. — Des Moines (Nile Hawks) vs Sioux City (Mitchell's) Virgil Akins, St. Louis welterweight boxer, started fighting as an amateur bantamweight at 15. He's now 29. Mantle Runs Averages Up BALTIMORE ifl — Mickey Mantle of the New York Yankees, seeking an unprecedented second straight triple crown, left here last night riding the crest of a .565 batting average in his last 14 games. The 25-year-old slugger whacked Baltimore' pitching for eight hits in 13 trips during a three-game series to increase his season's average to .379, his home run total to 31 and his runs batted in mark to 80. Ted Williams of Boston leads with, a .387 average and is tied with Roy Sievers of Washington behind Mantle with 30 homers apiece. Sievers has the edge in RBI's with 81. Meet Head-On Williams, at 3ft after his fifth batting championship, will meet Mantle head-on when the Yanks and Red Sox open a three-game series in Boston Tuesday. Actually, Williams has been on a hot batting streak even longer than Mantle. Since the All-Star game break. Williams has collected 49 hits in 98 tries for a .500 average in 31 games. On July 7, Williams trailed Mantle's .369 average by 26 points. Mantle then tailed off to .352, but has come roaring back with 26 hits in his last 46 times at bat. Yankee Manager Casey Stengel said Mantle should have a better chance to retain the home run or runs batted in titles than the batting championship because of the number of walks Mickey has been drawing (122 in 110 games). Rivalry "Williams looks like he doesn't want to give up the lead, either," Stengel said. Then he added with a wink: "Mickey had tc hit well here to build up the rivalry for the opener in Boston Tuesday." Stengel said Mantle was sure to top the league in walks and said with his speed "he could easily lead in stolen bases if we let him run." Advised that Mantle's 15 stolen bases in 17 attempts was second only to Luis Aparicio's 16 steals for. Chicago, Casey said. "Now that's very interesting. Maybe I'll just see that he (Mantle) wins it." As for Mantle's chances for the triple crown, Casey said: "If I was the pitcher — and Mantle's agent — I'd make sure he'd win it." Champions Clinch Tie On 8 to 1 Win MANNING—Defending champion Coon Rapids clinched a tie with an 8-1 victory over the Blue Sox here Sunday and established themselves as odds-on favorites to retain the Central State League championship. Jerry Ibach pitched six innings of scoreless ball and gave up only two hits and then moved to the outfield while Bob Behrens took over the mound chores. Looking Ahead That pointed to the possibility of Elmer Prescott facing the second place Carroll Merchants in Wednesday's fray at Carroll and Ibach getting a long rest for the wrap-up game with Audubon at Coon Rapids on Friday. Vernon Wagner turned in an excellent relief chore for the Blue Sox. but the damage had been done in the matter of runs scored and Manning couldn't catch up. Coon Rapids tallied in the second when Dale Tryon walked and Loop Standings Extra-Base Assault Sinks Eagles, 12-6 Coon Rapids Carroll Churdan Audubon Manning Breda W L Pet. GB 15 13 9 9 .500 8 10 .444 .833 .722 2 6 7 13 .278 10 14 .222 11 C. E. GILCHRIST DIES IOWA FALLS (^-Services for C. E. Gilchrist 65, who practiced law here since 1919, will be held Tuesday. Gilchrist, the first commander of Post 188 of the American Legion hero, died Saturday night following a long illness. Sunday's Results: Carroll 12, Breda 6 Coon Rapids 8, Manning 1 Churdan 2, Audubon 1 Wednesday's Games: Audubon at Manning Coon Rapids at Carroll Thursday's Game: Churdan at Breda Friday's Game: Audubon at Coon Rapids Sunday's Game: Carroll at Manning went to second on a stolen base. Both Dale McCarty and Ron Mau fanned, but Jerry Doran singled the run home. In the third, Dick Textor walked and went to second on a ground out. He scored on McCarty's single. Mau walked in the sixth and Doran sacrificed him to second. Charles Taylor then singled the run home. Shaky Defense In the seventh, Textor singled and Blanchard doubled. Tryon drove Textor home with a single. An error in center field let Blanchard score. Wagner replaced starter Roger Ohde and two wild pitches let Tryon score. Ibach walked in the eighth and stole second. Rich Monthei •as safe on an error as Ibach moved to third. Monthei stole second and when the ball was thrown into centerfield, Ibach scored. When the throw from the outfield to third base got away, Monthei-scored. Manning's lone run came in the bottom of the eighth when Merlin Rostermundt singled and went to third on passed balls. Hargens walked but was thrown out trying to steal and Dennis Ramsey singled the run home. Line score: Coon Rapids Oil 001 320—8 9 S Manning . 000 000 010—1 5 5 Ibach, Behrens (7) and Mau; Ohde, Wagner (7) and Irlmeier. JUNIOR LEGION FINAL BANCROFT lift-Mason City an* Bancroft meet Monday night in the final game of the State Legion Junior baseball tournament here. Mason City, behind the one-ljit pitching of Bob Byerly, defeated Cedar Rapids 2-0 Sunday in first round play. It was the first defeat for Cedar Rapids starter Gary Haddy, who had won seven straight. , Bancroft had little trouble ousting Ames 8-1 after scoring five unearned runs in the third inning'. Bancroft's Don Fennama, who pitched a five-hitter, yielded only one hit over the last six innings. The Long Island Aggies of Farmingdale, N. Y., won the Knickerbocker Conference baseball race with an 8-1 record. Long Island University was second, winning six league games out of eight. And it's at your house f Just pick up the) phone and let Long Distance bring you voice- to-voice with family or friends in'distant places. Enjoy a long chat... most rates ate even lower after the first three minutes! P.S.-Call by number tfyou can .T. IPs twice as fasti 4 llONG DISTANCE CALLS ARI CHEAM 5 From CARROLL to: Toronto, Ont, ,—$1,90 * Ced>r Rapids —$ .73 Spoken*, Wash*-, 1.SO • Jackson, Ml**.—1.30 MUml, Fie. 1,65 • y (iminute t station'tO'Station rates for calls X ttfter 6p.m, and'all day Sunday. Plus lax,) 2 Northwestern Bell Telephone Company 111111 '"• i nmiiii i • mi I ,mm.mi II i i<M ~iil ii.ii nullum mil. t .. IIMIUJI BREDA - The Carroll Merchants fattened their extra-base marks with five doubles and a home run and Don Burgess picked up his 10th victory of the season with a neat relief job as Carroll decisioned Breda, 12-6, here Sunday. Sammy Long took over the leadership in the home run department for the Merchants as he blasted his fifth of the year over the left field fence in the second inning. Bill Burgess, who led off the inning with a double scored ahead of Long. Hitting .508 The Carroll first-sacker fattened his batting average to ;508 with three hits in four trips to the plate. But misfortune overtook Bill Burgess in the eighth inning when he was hit in the ribs by a pitch and was forced to leave the game for medical attention. ; Carroll's extra-base assault included a double by Long and two- ply knocks by Bob Rothmeyer, Rich Bengfort, and Bob Simpson. Breda got into the extra-base act with a triple by Dale Lesle and a double by Lou Oswald who paced the Eagles with four hits in four trips to the plate. Early Margin Carroll opened up a six run bulge in the second inning before Breda starter Floyd Leiting wa6 derricked in favor of Howard (Butch) Heisterkamp. After Long's homer plated Bill Burgess, Bengfort and Ron Hested both struck out. Then Rothmeyer walked and Rollie Niehaus singled. Bob Simpson doubled both runners home. Cletus Heinrichs walked and Ray Blankenship was safe on an error. Heisterkamp replaced Leiting and Bill Burgess singled to right to score Simpson and Heinrich. Long hit a line drive to right field to end the uprising. Big Inning Breda got four of the runs back in the bottom of the second. After Don Schenkelberg struck put, Don Koster flied to center. Then Niehaus was beset with control trouble. He walked Kenneth King, Oswald and Don Schaefer to load the bases. Lesle unloaded them with a triple and scored himself when Jim Bengfort lined a single into left field. Carroll tallied again in the fifth when Ron Hested beat out an infield hit and stole second. Rothmeyer singled to center and Hested scored. Another Rally Breda got two runs back in the bottom of the same frame when they routed Niehaus. After Jim Bengfort whiffed and Heisterkamp flew out to center field, Ken Goecke got the rally going with a single to right. Schenkelberg and Koster both walked to load the bases. That set the stage for King's Wills Fans 21; Indies Win in 12th CHURDAN—Lanky Chuck Wills hurled Churdan into third-place in Central State League in a 12-inning, 2-1, struggle here Sunday. The big Churdan pitcher struck out 21 Audubon natters and allowed only three hits — all singles — as the Indies shunted Audubon into the second division. Broke Spell Churdan broke the spell in the bottom of the 12th against relief pitcher Ellert, who had replaced Carroll Scott at the start of the inning. Ed Sabus walked and was safe on an error at second on Wallace's bunt. Paul Trost walked to load the bases. Reagan struck out, but Bob Vogel lifted a fly into shallow right field and it dropped for a hit as Sabu9 raced across the plate with the winning run. Audubon had scored first in the game when Roger Law singled in the second inning and Eagen lived on a fielder's choice. Eagen then stole second and went to third on a passed ball. He scored on an error by the catcher on an attempted pick off at third. Harmless Hits The only other Audubon hits were a single by Searls in the sixth and a single by Clark in the 12th. Churdan tied the score in the seventh. Jack Pier rick singled and Wills flied out. Sabus singled and an error in the outfield let Sabus gain second while Pierrick held third. Don Wallace squeezed Pier rick home with a bunt. Line Score: Audubon 010 000 000 000—1-3-7 Churdan 000 000 100 001—2-9-1 Scott, Ellert (12) and Lewer Wills and Vosel , single to left that scored Goecke and Schenkelberg and it marked the departure of Niehaus. Oswald greeted Don Burgess with a single to center, but a fast play by Sammy Long caused Koster to slam on the brakes at third and resulted in another bases loaded situation. Then Schaefer ended Carroll's anxiety by striking out. Tjie Merchants picked up three runs in the seventh. Long singled to center and stole second. Rich Bengfort struck out. Hested did likewise, but Lesle dropped the ball and was momentarily confused as Long dashed from second to third while Hested sped from home to first. Then Hested stole second. Wierd Play Rothmeyer chopped a grounder to third and Long was caught in a rundown between third and home but managed to get home safely with another run. The ball got away at the plate and by the time it had been retreived Hested had crossed the plate and Rothmeyer had steamed into third. Don Burgess walked and .when he was forced at second on Simpson's grounder, Rothmeyer scored the third Carroll run in the seventh. The Merchants added to the margin with two more in the eighth. With one away, Bill Burgess was hit by a pitch. Long slammed a vicious double down the left field line and there were runners at second and third. Rich Bengfort blasted a double to right center to plate two runs. Bengfort went to third on a wild pitch but was stranded as Hested grounded out and Rothmeyer flied out. • Box Scores CARROLL Simpson, rf Hetnrichs, if Blankenship, 2b Short, ss ABRHPOi 5 13 0 0 0 1 0 3 BREDA j. Bengfort, ss — ^ielsterkamp. c, p 'Schenkelberg, lb _ Koster, rf — King. 3b — Oswald, 3b Schaefer, cf a) Qutnlin Letting, p — Lesle. c MOVING Local and Nation Wide Storage Crating — Packing Ph. Dsy 2540 . Ph. Night 2611 Carroll, Iowa John Vandcrheiden Maying jketntt far North Amsricsn v«n Un«t. inc B. Burgess, lb __ a) Brlnker, lb Long, cf , R. Bengfort, ss. 2b 5 Hested, 3b ; 5 Rothmeyer, 3b 5 Niehaus. p _ 3 D. Burgess, p O 0 0 1 3 1 0 4 3 3 TOTALS ... 2 12 0 O 43 12 13 27 8 ^ s . cored for B - Burgess In 8th Afi R H PO A 4 5 5 4 4 4 4 0 1 0 3 2 \ I I 0 0 3 10 5 10 0 0 0 0 1 1 TOTALS 39 6 13 27 ll a) Struck out for Schaefer In 9th. Carroll „„Q60 OlO 320—13 13 O Breda 040 020 000— 6 13 4 Errors—King 2, Lesle, Oswald; runs batted In—Simpson 3, B. Burgess 2, Long 2, R. Bengfort 2, Rothmeyer, King 2, Lesle 3, J. Bengfort; two base hits — B. Burgess. Rothmeyer, Long. R. Bengfort, Simpson, Oswald; 3-base hits—Lesle; horns runs—Long; stolen bases—Hested 2, Long 2; double plays—R. Bengfort- Blankenship-B. Burgess; «nen left on bases—Carroll 11, Breda 9; base on balls—Niehaus 5, D. Burgess, Letting 3, Heisterkamp 3; strikeouts —Niehaus 5, D. Burgess 7, Letting 3, Heisterkamp 3: hits off pitcher— Niehaus 6, G. Burgess 7, Leiting 4, Heisterkamp 9; runs—Niehaus 6 In 4-2/3; D. Burgess 0 In 4-1/3: Letting 6 in 1-2/3; Heisterkamp 6 In 7-1/3; hit by pitched ball—B. Burgess; wild pitch—Heisterkamp: winning pitcher — D. Burgess; losing pitcher—Leiting; umpires — Hanson and Fleming; time—2:42. MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B.- New York 72 38 .655 — Chicago 66 43 .606 5Mi Boston ; 60 50 .545 12 Baltimore 53 56 .486 18V4 Detroit 53 56 .486 18>* Cleveland 53 58 .477 19V4 Washington 42 70 .375 31 Kansas City ,'41 69 .373 31 Today's Schedule No games scheduled Sunday's Results New York 7, Baltimore 2 Boston 8-4, Washington 5-3 (2nd, 11 innings) Kansas City 7-9, Cleveland 0-8 Detroit 8-2, Chicago 5-U Saturday's Results . Boston 4, Washington 1 Kansas City 8, Cleveland 5 New York 6, Baltimore 3 (N) Detroit 6, Chicago 4 Tuesday's Schedule ' Chicago at Cleveland (N) Baltimore at Washington (N) New York at Boston (N) Detroit at Kansas City (N) NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. Milwaukee — 68 42 .618 — St. Louis 62 47 .569 5V4 Brooklyn 62 49 .558 6H Cincinnati 61 49 .555 7 Philadelphia _ 59 51 .536 9 New York 50 62 .446 19 Chicago ™- 39 69 .361 28 Pittsburgh 39 71 .355 29 Today's Schedule No games scheduled Sunday's Results Milwaukee 5, St. Louis 1 Pittsburgh 4-6, Brooklyn S-3 (first game 10 innings) New York 5-0, Philadelphia 0-2 Chicago at Cincinnati (2) rain Saturday's Results - Brooklyn 3. Pittsburgh 0 Cincinnati 7, Chicago i Milwaukee B, St. Louis 0 (N) Philadelphia at New York rain Tuesday's Schedule St. Louis at Chicago Brooklyn at New York (N) Pittsburgh at Philadelphia <N) Milwaukee at 'Cincinnati (N) Felix Chiocca, Venezuelan light* weight boxw,.won 81 of 87 ama« teur bouts before turning profea. «iona». Be to 28.