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Coon Rapids Keeps Loop Crown on 9-5 Win Over Carroll Braves Build Edge; Ydfiks Have Trouble By ED WTLKS . The Associated Presa While the Milwaukee Braves have been building a nine-game bulge in the National League race, look what's happened to the New York Yankees Their lead is down to 4% games and their pitching staff, once considered "unbeatable," is hurtin'. Whitey Ford, the erstwhile Yankee ace, and Don (Perfect Game) Larsen both had the miseries as Boston's third-place Red Sox rapped New York 6-4 Wednesday opening the door for Chicago's second-place White Sox to whittle the Yankee lead. I And for a change, the White Sox didn't boot it, beating Cleveland 8-3' as Dick Donovan won his i3th and' his fifth in a row. Reds Clobbered In the • NL, Milwaukee again clobbered Cincinnati, winning 13-3 as Bob Buhl beat theJRedlegs for the first time in a five-year career. It was Buhl's 16th (tops in the league and matching Chicago's Billy Pierce in the AL) and seventh in a row. While the Braves breezed, second-place St. Louis was bopped 3-1 by the Chicago Cubs. The Cardinals now have lost eight in a row—their longest slump in 10 years. ^Advertisement) STOP THAT ITCH! IN JUST 15 MINUTES, If not pleated, your «k baek at any drug iter*. Try Instant-drying ITCH- ME-NOT for Itch of icttmi, ringworm, timet bites, loo) Itch or other surface Itch. Easy to use day or nloht. Now at H. C. Rawheuser Drug. Brooks Break Skid Third-place Brooklyn just did manage to break a three-game skid, beating the New York Giants 7-6. Last-place Pittsburgh whipped Philadelphia 10-3. In the other AL games, Baltimore defeated Washington 4-? and Detroit'beat Kansas City 7-4. Ford, the stubby southpaw who led the Yanks with 19 victories last season, now Is 7-4. He left in the second inning with a "throbbing" , left shoulder. It was a pulled shoulder that sidelined him from May. 21 to July 1. Larsen, <M, complained of a chronic "tender" shoulder after pitching his seven innings. He gave up only three hits, but one was a three-run homer by Ted Williams, his 31st. that hoisted the Red Sox into, a commanding 5-0 lead in. the second. Tom Brewer won his 14th. -~ ' Ailing Staff. Relief pitcher Tommy .Byrne also has been ailing, while young Johnny Kucks hasn't-.completed a game since June 6 for the Yank staff. And with B6o*by Shantz (9-3) winless since June 23, Bob Turley <9-.3),, reliever Bob Grim (10-3) Tom Sturdivant O0-6) and Art Ditmar (8-2) have been the big guns. But only Turley and Grim have been consistent. The White Sox hammered 14 hits, Including three home runs, to beat Early'Wynn (13-13) as the Indians lost their sixth in a row. Jim Rivera, and Minnie Minoso locked it up with homers In the third. Donovan also homered. Johnny Logan hit a two-run homer in the sixth for the Braves, who romped for eight in the ninth. Wes Covington, who drove in five runs, hammered a grand-slam homer. Times Herald, Carroll, lews Thursday, Aug. 15, 1957 if there's a New Coot in your future • • • SAVE $6.95 to $22.00 During Andy Balk's Famous August Coat Sale Swing money on brand new topcoats and overcoats it the big feature of our August Coat Sale, to ba sure , . . but there are many other advantages in .choosing your coat now. Now we have all sizes. Now we have all fabrics. Now our stock is fresh, not picked over.. Anyway you look at it, now'a the time to buy that new topcoat or overcoat. May-we expect you today? A Complete Ranee of Reduced Priet Group* S33 - $36 • $39$49 Others Up to $95.00 School For Coaches at Spirit; Lake The Seventeenth Annual Coaching School, sponsored by the Iowa High School Athietic Association, will open Ai Templar Park in Spirit Lake, Monday Thirteen men will provide instruction to seven fields during the four day session. Top Coaches Forest Evashevski, Coach of Iowa's Big Ten .and Rose Bowl Champions, will provide the football instruction., Bill Strannlgan, Iowa State, and Tex Winter, Kansas State, will be the basketball teachers. Cap Timm. Iowa State, will lecture on baseball. Ken Rawlinson. Oklahoma, will be the trainer for the clinic. Dave Natvig and Bob Siddens of Waterloo will be the wrestling instructors. Hi Covey. Ames, heads the track part of the program. Ed McNeil, Cedar Valley, and Chuck Neubauer, Gladbrook. will discuss girls basketball. Rules Clinic In addition, Lyle T. Quinn, Executive Secretary of the IHSAA; Harold Schmickley, Assistant Executive Secretary, and Wayne Cooley, Secretary of the Iowa Girls' High School Athletic Union, will join the staff in special rules clinics. One of the largest schools in years is expected by IHSAA officials. Early emollment indicated that the total attendance should exceed 500. Registration starts Sunday . and will run through the entire four days. The opening session of lectures will start at 8:00 a.m. Monday, when Winter moves on to the platform. The final lecture will be at 1:00 p.m., Thursday and will be conducted by Evashevski. Lectures will b* held five times daily with each day's instruction ending in a one hour picture session from movie; furnished by the clinic instructional staff. 75-H/f Assault off I bach; 13 Stranded Mrs. Jeannette Knepprath of Milwaukee has been president of the Woman's .International Bowling Congress for. the past 33 years and her new three-year term runs through Aug. 1. I960. (Advert iiement) FOR ATHLETES FOOT Use T -4 -L for 3 to 5 days. Watch the old tainted skin slough off leaving healthy, hardy skin. If not pleased with powerful, In- st«nt<drying T -4 -L, your 40c back at any drug store, Today at H. C. Rftwhauser Drug v The Central State League pennant race 'ended here Wednesday night as Coon Rapids won the flag* with a 9-8 triumph over Carroll. , It was the fourth straight victory over Carroll by the defending champions, and it marked pitcher Jerry Ibach's 25th consecutive win and his 10th victory this season without a defeat. Frank Beck bore the brunt of a 14-hit assault that included four doubles and two triples during the eight frames he toiled on the mound. Beck's cause also was hurt by five Carroll errors. Rollie Niehaus pitched the last inning for Carroll and averted trouble after walking two with two away by getting Dick Textor to line to centerfield on a three-two Pitch. Pound Ibach With Bill Burgess out of action because of a cracked rib, and Don' Burgess sidelined with a back injury, the Carroll Merchants reshuffled the lineup and lambasted Ibach's- offerings for IS hits. However, the Merchants stranded 13 base runners. Cletus Heinrichs and Bob Rothmeyer hit Ibach like they owned him in Carroll's last home stand. Heinrichs led the parade with four hits in five times at bat. He also accounted for the only extra• Box Scores COON RAPIDS Monthel, tt Textor, 2b .- _ Blanchard, 3b . Tryon, ct McCarty, It — Mau, c Doran, lb AB B 5 1 Taylor, rt Behreni, rt Ibach, p .-, TOTALS CARROLL Simpson, 3b Heinrichs, If Blankenship, 2b Long, ct 6 _ 5 ,. 4 „ 4 ... 5 ... 5 _ 5 _ 0 - 4 . , . _ _.43 9 14 27 11 AB B H PO A - 4 3 2 0 PO 0 6 3 2 1 10 4 0 0 1 Bengfort si _ Heated, 3b Rothmeyar, c Brlnker, lb ._. Beck, p a) Short . 5 . S . 5 . 5 . 4 . 4 . 5 . 3 . 1 ... 1 ...42 1 2 3 0 2 4 16 0 0 0 NlehauY.p , A * ,i «* ..i TOTALS 42 5 15 27 14 a) Grounded out for Beck in 8th. Coon Rapids 050 111 010—9 14 1 Carroll -100 010 201—5 15 5 Errors—Monthel, Simpson, Bengfort 2, Rothmeyer. Beck; runs batted in —McCarty 3, Monthel 2, Tryon, Taylor. Long, Heinrichs, Rothmeyer, Brlnker: Two-base hits —Monthel. Blanchard 2, Doran, Heinrichs; three-base hlts—McCarty, Taylor, Heinrichs; double plays— Monthel-Textor-D o r a n; Bengfort- Blankenshlp-Brlnker; left on bases —Coon Rapids lL Carroll 13; bases on balls—Ibach 3, Beck 2, Niehaus 2; atrlke-outs—Ibach 10, Niehaus 1; hits off—Beck 14 for % runs In 8 Innings, Niehaus 0 for 0 runs In 1 inning; wild pitches — Ibach; wtn- nlng pitcher—Jbach; losing pitcher —Beck; umpires — Hanson Welch; time—2:30. and base.Carroll blows /with a triple and a double. Rothmeyer had three hits in four times at bat. Bob Simpson, Ray Blankenship and Sam Long each had a pair of hits. Early Surge Carroll racked up a run off Ibach in the first inning when Simpson walked and raced home on a triple by Heinrichs. The Merchants also lost a golden chance to add another run. With none down, Blankenship. grounded to first and Heinrich was picked off third. Then Long lined out to centerfield. Rich Bengfort singled and both he and Blankenship moved up on a wild pitch before Ron Hested went down on strikes to retire the side. Blew Game Open : Coon Rapids blew the game open in the top of the second. Jerry Doran started things off with a single to left. Chuck Taylor bunted back to the mound and Beck unsuccessfully tried to get Doran at second. Ibach was safe on an error at short and Doran raced home with the tie run. Rich . Monthei doubled at short and Doran raced home with the tie run. Rich Monthei doubled to left and two more runs scored. With the score 3-2, it looked like most of the damage had been consummated when Textor popped up and Monthei was thrown out from Rothmeyer to Hested while trying to take third on a loose ball in the infield. Mike Blanchard kept the * rally underway with a double to left. Then Dale Tryon walked. That set the stage for Dale McCarty and he laced a triple down the right field line to score Blanchard and Tryon and the victors had a 5-1 lead. Add to Margin Coon Rapids added another run in the fourth. Monthei led off with a single. A pick-off play at first that went awry enabled him to reach second. Textor grounded out and Blanchard popped out. Then Tryon singled to center. Monthei Loop Standings Coon Rapids Carroll Churdan Audubon Manning Breda W L Pet. GB 16 3 .842 13 6 .684 3 9 9 .500 6V» _ 9 10 .474 7 . 5 14 .263 11 4 14 .222 11*4 Manning Creamery SOUR CREAM jj>*d&\ t*t eee •* MM aee*eid secrete of SJI# OOOMOQ^^IHO Hdi, fuS flavor of pure tour ereem. And new you eon gat Hits rare cultured Sever in Ike foods yow make. In everything from apee» taer» to deeserh. (aty. Get MM new redpe booklet. Order seme sow «reo»—to- day't IMW tow crows wo do from Grade A ereon, IrVpat- Murisod, homogenised. » odds • rich, deaft. medium thorp cut* himeL^ BBt^^0flb4t MM ^^u^p A^yguJiA food*. Ye** love It Chocolate) e >our Crttam Fudge) I c*» tatty est* 1 n. U M>) MI tt fuse- St* 1 t ^sssklsMsBBBMsM IMSIMH Combta twgar, sow ereem, broken dweowio, toh, and syrup bt 2 quart saucepan. Cook ovor low heat, ttlrring until weor dissolves. Hoot ** boMnai cover, and cook for 3 minute*. Uoeovor and eook to MM toft boH stag., 238*. sMrrmg frequently. Remove toot heat. Add butter and vanfflai eoeJ *» lukewarm 110°, without ttfrrtng. loot vigorously w4« MM candy b-eroamy and hot tee* IN gleet. Add walnuts mi (tour Me buttered pen. Cut In square*. MANNING SOUR CREAM Manning Creamery Co. Box 466 Manning, Iowa Enclosed is one label from Manning sour creim gjMJ ,?«nd ma "50 Wondarfm Ways* SvntSSt Nam* A.ddjre«# City «V Sfottv Wednesday's Results: Coon Rapids 9, Carroll 5 Audubon 4, Manning 3 Thursday's Game: Churdan at Breda Friday's Game: Audubon at Coon Rapids Sunday's Game: Carroll at Manning scored as the ball eluded Rothmeyer at the plate and Tryon raced to third, but McC a r t h y grounded out to end the inning. The victors added still another run in the fifth. Ron Mau lived when a towering pop-up fell safely near the plate. Doran grounded to first as Mau moved to second. Then Taylor tripled to right to drive the run home. Carroll Rally Carroll got one run back in the bottom of that frame. .Simpson led eff'with a single to right and moved to second on a single to left by Heinrichs. Blankenship singled to right to load the sacks, and Simpson scored as Long hit into a double play. Bengfort war victim- More Sports: Page 9 Lewer's Hit Drives Home Winning Run MANNING—Rich Lewer doubled home the'winning run in the top of the ninth as Audubon shaded Manning, 4-3, in a Central State League game here Wednesday. The winning rally came at the expense of relief hurler Schaeubie with two away. Jorgensen drew a base on balls and then Lewer unloaded the key blow. Manning tied the count at 3-3 in the eighth but couldn't pusn the lead run across. Dennis Ramsey walked to lead off the bottom of the frame and that marked the departure of starter Ehlert. Russ McLaughlin took over Audubon 's mound chores. Ramsey stole second. Irlmeier was • safe on an error and pinch-hitter Rob Horbach walked to load the bases. Caught at Second Schoep'pner flied to left field and Ramsey scored the tie run after the catch. A fine defensive play by Rich Lewer curbed the rally when Lewer caught Irlmeier off second for the second out. Wagner then flied out to end the rally. Manning had scored first in the game. Ed Lucas walked and went to second on a single by Rostermundt. Both moved up on Roger Ohde's sacrifice. Lucas then scored when Ramsey's fly was dropped in left field. Rostermundt also tried to score but was thrown out at the plate. Audubon got the tie run in the second when Eagan singled with one away. Carroll Scott fanned but had to be thrown out at first and Eagan moved to third on that play and came home on an overthrow at third. In the third Ehlert singled with one away and went to second on a wild pitch. Jorgensen was safe on an error. Ehlert scored on Lewer 's single. Tied Again Manning got the tie run in the bottom of the frame with two out. Ohde tripled and came home on Ramsey's double. Irlmeier walked, but Hargens popped out to end the threat. In the fifth inning the winners, pushed across the lead run on two hits. Cramer singled and stole second. Ehlert fanned, but Jorgensen doubled Cramer home. Line Score: Audubon ._ Oil 010 001—4 9 4 Manning 101 000 010—3 7 3 Ehlert, McLaughlin (8), Scott (9) and Lewer, Wingrove, Schaeu­ bie (8) and Irlmeier. Hawkeyes Picked to Repeat as Champions The' University of Iowa Hawk- eyes- will be the Number Twb* team in the nation and will be conference champions in the Big Ten this Fall. Francis Wallace predicts in his 18th Annual Football Preview, which appears this year in the September issue of Playboy Magazine, on sale at newsstands August 23. Wallace also predicts that Alex. Karras, IoWa'S rugged tecMe, will be an Ail-American again this year and that Forest Evashevski will be named the Coach of the Year. Cinderella of Corn * "Forest Evashevski made Iowa the Cinderella of the Corn and of the Rose Bowl last year." says Wallace, "by wafting a wand of single-wing blocking over- T plays. Iowa's glaring empty sleeve is a successor to Kenny Ploeri at quarterback; but Alex Karras. one of my All-America tackles, leads two' big returning lines of the type that makes backfield work pleasant. The Hawks are ineligible to return to the Rose Bowl; but Conference, national and Coach-of-the- Year incentives should be enough.'' In the Big Ten, Wallace predicts" that Michigan State and Michigan- will finish second and third with 8-1 and 7-2 records respectively. Minnesota, picked to finish fourth, will be the real dark horse of the; Conference. ' Many Variations Wallace says that this year, with coaches copying and trading formations and play-patterns, the technical picture will be kaleido-j scopic. The Split-T. still dominant, | will have as many variations as the farmer's., daughter Joke., Every, cpscfr with manpower will be using two units, of .two-way men; .the very rich will have-a third, . ; In discussing the violently controversial Basis-In-Need partial scholarship,.which The Pauper's Oath, Wallace says, "By accepting the principle of at least partial financial reward to amateur athletes, the cblleges may have taken the first steps toward, tossing the. amateur system out the window, where it has long been anyway." All-Americans ' For his pre-season All-America Team, Wallace chooses the following-players: Ends, Jimmy Phillips of Auburn and Richard Lasse of Syracuse: Tackles, Lou Michaels of Kentucky and Alex Karras of Iowa; Guards.'-William Krisher of Oklahoma and Daniel Currie of" Michigan. State; Center, Charles Bueckman of Pitt; Backs, Clendon Thomas of Oklahoma, John Crow of Texas A & M, Robert Cox of Minnesota and Phil King of Vanderbilt. • . • . Wallace also chooses Lou Michaels of Kentucky- as Lineman-of- the-Year, Clendon Thomas of Oklahoma as Back-of-the-Year and Forest Evashevski of Iowa as Coach-of-the-Year. The original pigskin prognosticator, Wallace' has' been picking the pre-season All-America players and top teams for the Satur-, day Evening Post and Collier's since 1937. His Football Preview has now become a permanent annual feature in Playboy Magazine.- MAKES SHORT DEBUT KANSAS CIT\ urv-Jimmy Gleeson started his new job as coach for the Kansas City Athletics Wednesday night but his evening's work didn't last long. Umpire Larry Napp ejected Gleeson in. the fourth inning of the Athletics-Detroit Tigers game for bench-jockeying Buffalo, N. 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