Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 29, 1957 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, August 29, 1957
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HUI f 1 SALE ENDS I • LABOR DAY IN 24 MONTHS •o -^SSWflWJlIS? wi/( stiff be giving fop-notch service.. tw* OUR GUARANTEE *- jjTjT« i iM _ ""' " " '"" '"" " "." " " ""' "'" W I' nstont the ORIGINAL DRI-CHARGED BATTERY 2-Year Guarantee We Have NEW FIRESTONE Dri-Charged BATTERIES To Fit Any 6 Volt or 12 Volt Car ' Only Exchange ©-Volt This Firestone battery is shipped and stored DRY! The activating fluids I are not added until the battery goes into your car! That means that you en- 1 Joy every minute of its long life. And the Firestone Nationwide guarantee I. Will be honored wherever you go from coast to coast. NW Location — Just North of Mobilgas Station TIRE SERVICE • West Highway 3a Slit 3 Divisions In Two Class Boys tourney BOONE — Iowa's two-class state basketball tournament will have three divisions up to the semifinal round of the 1958 meet to be held in Des Moines, March 7-8. In response to the wishes of the some 900 member schools, the Iowa High School Athletic Association has divided the member schools into three classes: Class AA. the 64 largest schools in the State; Class A, all schools with a 5-year average daily attendance of 101 or more, up to the 64 largest schools in the State, and Class B, all schools with 100 or less in the 5-year ADA figures. This will mean approximately 572 Class B schools; 263 Class A schools, and 64 Class AA schools. For tournament play, the top 64 schools will take part in 16 sectional tournaments to reduce the field to 16 for the district meet. Four district meets will send four schools into the first round of the State Meet, which will be held March 3 at various sites around the state. These four teams will meet in the first round and send two Class AA teams into the semifinal found in Des Moines, March 7-8. The Class A tournament will be handled in a similar fashion with 32 sectionals and 4 district meets The Class A district winners will meet in the first round of the state meet, In the semi-finals the two Class AA and two Class A teams will be thrown together and paired by an alphabetical system of pairings. The Class B champion will emerge from the series that in dudes 64 sectionals and 8 district meets. The eight district winners will advance to the state series. Manning, Atlantic Wins in Invitational MANNING — Struve Motors defeated Denison, 8-4 and Atlantic romped over Coon Rapids, 9-2 Wednesday night in the Manning Invitational Softball tournament. In the first game Manning had 11 hits and two errors and Denison chalked up 4 hits and 4 errors. In the second game Atlantic had 10 hits and Coon Rapids 5. Each had two errors. If the weather is favorable the first round will be completed Thursday night. Irwin and Manning Phillips 66 meet at 7:15 p.m., followed by Lanesboro-Dow City and Westphalia-Templeton. Turley Slams Door On Sox as Yanks Win, 5-4 By ED WILKS The Associated Press Bullet Bob Turley, once a strong but wild strikeout artist who ftred away and hoped for the best, finally has become a pitcher, a poised and powerful ace who has slammed the door on the Chicago White Sox in their big bid to overhaul New York's Yankees. The big righthander has proved himself virtually over night in his sixth major league season — just when the Yankees needed him most. • Major League Leader Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa Thursday, Aug.. 29, 1957 game winner Billy Pierce, who lost his 10th. Earl Torgeson rapped a two-run homer off Turley in the seventh, after Hank Bauer's homer had given him the big edge in the top of the frame. Larry Doby's one- out single, a walk and an infield out set up the payoff whammy on Sammy that saved Larsen's eighth victory. Bunning was touched for both Red Sox hits. The skinny right­ hander, now 15-7, gave up the first He has won nine of 11 and has hit when Billy Klaus singled in become the major league leader with a 2.41 earned run average. It was Turley who fanned Minnie Minoso with the bases loaded in the eighth for a 12-6 triumph the fourth. Frank Sullivan won it with a 10-hitter. Williams, tying Yankee Mickey Mantle and Washington's Roy Sievers for the AL home run lead, in Tuesday's opener. Wednesday! kept his average at .380 when night, with the tying run on Ihird | Mantle, o-for-4, lost three points and the winning run on second, i for .373. Turley sent a called third strike past Sammy Esposito in the ninth Giants Nail Braves The Giants nailed the Braves WHIRLING HIGH BOARD ... Ann Ortega, Palo Alto, Calif., diver, takes off from a helicopter instead of a high board these days. Pilot is Larry Lape. Gets off at right height. Dennis Wins First Gold Medal for U.S. in Race nimnnt's was 50.2. Before the cur- TODAY'S BASEBALL By The Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. Milwaukee 77 48 .616 — Brooklyn 71 56 .559 7 St. Louis 70 56 . 556 7Vt Cincinnati 64 62 .508 13V* Philadelphia _ 63 63 .500 14VJ New York 62 68 .477 17V4 Chicago 49 74 .398 27 Pittsburgh 48 77 .384 29 Thursday Schedule No games scheduled. Wednesday Results New York 12, Milwaukee 8 Pittsburgh 2, St. Louis 0 Brooklyn 4, Chicago 3 (14 innings) Cincinnati 6, Philadelphia 5 Friday Schedule St. Louis at Chicago New York at Brooklyn (N) Pittsburgh at Philadelphia <N) Milwaukee at Cincinnati (N) AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. New York Chicago _.. Boston Detroit Baltimore Cleveland _ 81 45 .643 — . 75 50 .600 5»£ . 66 59 .528 14% . 63 63 .500 18 . 60 64 . 484 20 . 61 66 .480 20% Kansas City 49 78 .386 32% Washington 48 78 .381 33 Thursday Schedule New York at Chicago Boston at Detroit Baltimore at Cleveland Only games scheduled Wednesday Results New York 5, Chicago 4 Washington 3, Kansas City 2 Boston 1, Detroit 0 Baltimore 19, Cleveland 6 Friday Schedule Washington at New York Detroit at Cleveland iN) Boston at Baltimore <N) Chicago at Kansas City (N) MILAN, Italy A 19-year-old Carroll, Iowa, student grabbed the spotlight Wednesday at the Silent Olympics, even as his American team fell further behind the Russian and German squads. ; rent meet started the record was The young Iowan, Dennis Werni- j 50.6 seconds, a mark Pedersen mont, and a Dane. Willi Pedersen, held. raced to a neck-and-neck finish w «.»i»,«-* * u • „ tnn fi „„i„ r ru „ Wermmont also was a member in the men s 400 meter finals, ihe „» „ . . . «.•_.. „ . . „ • ,„ ne „„ .„ ,; of a 400-meter relay team that set TrJtJL, 1Z JZ? £r fhl! a record of :43 -6 in a Preliminary seconds-a world record for the j heat The y g li600 .£ eter unlt » . , j which also included Wernimont. A line judge ruled Wernimont j did not qualify. Louis 2-0 with a six-hitter and runner who only Tuesday in the | skidded the Cards to third. Brook- semifinals set the record that was ]yn took second ' beating chica *°* s for a 5-4 victory that put the Yan-! with eight runs in the third off kees 8V4 games ahead of the Gene Conley, now 8-7. Valmy second place Sox. Thomas chipped in a three-run „„.. L . . „ . . double in the frame that brought While the Yankees were at work rookie Curt Barc , a „ g . 7 m0rk in what may prove to be the, K „ who has won four in a wrap-up job in their run for a third ; row for a 6 . 15 mark made R straight American League pen-; agalnst the Cardg as Hank F u nant. Milwaukee s Braves came and Bm Virfion j led f run off W1 ha-seven-game lead in pur- !in th , hird off £ Jack suit of their first National League who a , so six m M ag a vl r « 12 ' 6 . d0bbenng by the i Wally Post's two-run 17th horn- New York Giants. ! er capped a g|x . sun second {or The defeat melted a half game i the Redlegs. Curt. Simmons lost from the Milwaukee edge as Pitts- \ it. Brooks Lawrence won it with burgh's Ronnie Kline blanked St. | relief help for a 12-11 record. A pinch-single by Elmer Vain got the job done for the Brooks, who hadn't been second since bettered Wednesday. Pedcrsen's; Cubs „ n " inni " gs / ^"l™? ! i" ly f 4 ., Ed Rn ^ck- relieving in time Tuesday was 49.8. and Wer *\ f^i^^l^ 1 ^^ ^ 1! ^ ,ank,ng ing Philadelphia back to fifth 6-5.; the Cubs on three singles. Ted's 33rd Beats Detroit Th e Orioles hit the one-game In the other AL games, Boston Wl? h, | h . AL this season „. u.i-i .„ „„i„ uu. w.. t:„iwith Gus Tnandos ra rapping a pair of home runs and a double. Con- had won—giving the United States its first, gold medal in two days. In qualifying for the 200-meter It was a thrilling victory for the! d0a0sb tb f Iowan won his heat in American, and perhaps the most 1 :229 ' Tne best tlme was a :227 exciting moment in the four days' The U. S. basketball team—the since the International Games for | Little Rock (Ark.) Silents — ad- the Deaf started. j vaneed to the title game opposite Wernimont in winning beat, a Belgium by trimming Italy 89-39. was held to only two hits by Jim! Bunning and Billy Hoeft—but one| . , , c .,,„.. . . was Ted Williams' 33rd home run | n * Jfobn f on . fanned .! 2 ' ^ needed that defeated Detroit 1-0. Balti- j reliet hel P ,0 wm hls 12,h more walloped Cleveland 19-6, regaining fifth from the Tribe. Washington defeated Kansas City 3-2. Turley, relieved in the sixth last night after the Sox had tagged Larsen for a run that cut New New Snag for Ray-Basilio Bout By ORLO ROBINSON NEW YORK <#) - Sugar Ray By JIMMY BRESLIN NEA Staff Correspondent NEW YORK — (NEA) - York's lead to 4-2. The Yankees Robinson's defense of his middle- had smashed a 1-0 Sox edge in i weight boxing crown against Carthe fourth with the first of a pair men Basilio at the Yankee Sta- of two-run frames against 17- j dium Se P l - 23 hit another snag today and apparently was back in the laps of the New York State Athletic Commission. The snag, the IBC said after long conferences Wednesday, was : Robinson's alleged demand for an increase in theater television guarantee from $250,000 to $300,000. run which turned back Brooklyn in rise on Milwaukee's part, as the The demand, said the IBC in a National League Race Flipped in 10 Days—And it Could Happen Again 1951. But Haney goes beyond that records show. Take Cincinnati, for statement, was made by George On tale. Instead, he talks of how this example. Their weak pitching had! Gainford, long associated with August 4. the National League, year's race, seemingly settled in gotten them through three and a ; Robinson, during a conference be« race was a simple scramble. Cin- \ one short stretch, could be flipped ; half months. So Birdie Tebbetts tween an IBC group headed by cinnati was in first place, with Mil-1 around again. Or, with a shudder, j was chipper and assumed it would Managing Director Harry Mark- waukee, Brooklyn and St. Louis; what it took for the Phillies to win carry through to the end. I son and Martin Machat. an attor- close enough to be partners. Only'in 1950. \ In one slide, he wound up a dis- ney representing Robinson. Pres- Philadelphia, six and a half games! The Whiz Kids of that year wereturbed, almost sullen man whoiident Jim Norrls of the IBC still out in fifth place, showed any a shoo-in as they entered Septem -j railed at his athletes and slapped! was in the hospital recovering signs that it would not be around ber with a big lead. As the month' curfews on them as they reached! from an attack of food poisoning, for what was shaping up as a wild; ended, they were a nervous pack, a deficit of over 14 games. It was) "The discussion had appeared finish. j of large young men watching a ; the same for Fred Hutchinson of: to be progressing satisfactorily Ten days later, people In Mil- i night professional football game at | St. Louis. One day, things were j toward a conclusion," the IBC waukee were wondering just how! the Polo Grounds to'help kill the, fine. He had hitting and his pitch- j statement said. "However, the much that empty guestroom up- hours before they had to put their! ing was spectacular at times. Then j IBC was advised by George Gain- stairs might bring from a World; one game lead on the line against for six days against seventh place <. ford, who claimed to speak for Series customer. j Brooklyn the next day—the last of Chicago his team didn't hit a ball \ Robinson, that Robinson has now 'Miracle Lead' 'the season—at Ebbets Field. They, squarely. He seemed out of it and j raised his demands by the way of The Braves beat the Dodgers on\ finally won it on a home,run by he couldn't supply a reason. la theater television guarantee for Aug. 4. Then they beat Cincinnati Dick Sisler in the 10th. But the; Clem Labine hadn't been doing j himself from $250,000 he requested three times and St. Louis three, Phillies were still shaking after the job for Walter Alston rightbefore the New York State Ath- times. Then Chicago tossed Moe, losing six games to the Giants and from the start, but the Brooklyn i letic Commission to $300,000 " Drabowsky, Dick Drott and Bob i nearly all of their once - awesome Rush at the Cardinals and took lead, three in a row. In New York, the! Makes You Think manager stuck with him. He stay-1 An IBC spokesman said efforts ed with aging Carl Furillo in right.; to reach Robinson had been futile He used Pee Wee Reese and Roy j but the statement said: Growing seasons in Texas range from fewer than 180 days to more than 330 days a year. Giants decided to put together a! "You lose games so quickly j Campanella and the rest of his | "If this (increase of TV guar- winning streak and they beat the j sometimes," Haney says, "thai' creaking veterans. And he still; antee) is confirmed by Robinson, Dodgers five out of seven. rone minute people are asking you'was no more than a game; three; the IBC will bring an action So as Fred Haney brought his for World Series tickets and the: at the most, out of first place. He,! against Teleprompter and its athletes east, he found himselfi next they are patting your back too, felt his club would hold up.! with the kind of lead which, he land saying, too bad, looked like j Then everybody stopped at oncei read in the papers daily, only a j you had it. I wish the race was miracle could overcome. over right now, like everybody Everybody else interested in | tells me it is. But we got this lead baseball took it for granted that j so fast. It makes you think." the race was over. Has Other Ideas But,Haney has other ideas. "It happened," he says, "in a little; over a week. It was the strangest' thing you'd ever want to see and: nobody has given me a guarantee it can't happen again. Although! I'm highly in favor of things remaining as they are." The obvious is. of course, to bring up the. Bobby Thomson home This was no steady, expected and Brooklyn seemed out of it. Haney, who received all the benefits, remembers this too clearly. 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