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Wernimont Places Third In Deaf Race MILAN, ITALY WV-Dennis Wernimont, 19-year-old I6wan from Carroll, captured third place in the 200-meter dash at the Silent Olympics Thursday. Wernimont, who Wednesday set a record of 49.7 seconds in the 400, was timed in :23.0 in the 200. He also was a member of the 1,600-meter relay team which finished second to Germany. The Germans were timed in 3:23.2, the Americans in 3;23.4. Both clockings were under the old record of 3:26.4. Meanwhile, the Little Rock (Ark.) Silents won the basketball title by defeating Belgium, 81-25. Collison, Eischeid Knight Co-Captains Four Fulimers Will See Action WEST JORDAN, Utah (JPt-Four of the "fighting Fullmer" family will see action in next Wednesday night's TV fight program from here—three inside the ropes and a pretty colleen at ringside. Gene Fullmer, former middleweight champion now ranked as the No. 1 challenger, meets Chico V e j a r, unranked middleweight from Stamford, Conn., in a nationally televised (ABC) 10-rounder at the West Jordan Coliseum (9 p.m., EST). Gene's youngest brother Don. 18, who won his first professional ]bout this summer, will fight a preliminary. He's a middleweight. And Gene's 20-year-old brother Jay, a* welter, with a 5 -0 record, Tom Collison (left) and Ray Eischeid were elected co-cap- taint of the 1957 Kuemper Knights football team. This is the first time in Knight football history that captains were chosen for the entire season. Previously captains were appointed before each game. Colfison and Eischeid were elected by their teammates for character, ability and leadership. Colliaom 165 lb. senior, is a two-year letterman. He will be appearing at a new position this year,.being shifted from fullback to guard. Collison's move to the line was necessitated by graduation losses. Re was one of Kuemper's main defensive bulwarks of last year. Eischeid It a 155-lb. junior speedster. Ray earned his first letter last year. He was the Knight's main offensive threat both on the ground and in the air lanes last year. He will be back in hit halfback slot this year. Collison it the ton of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Collison of Arcadia. Els- cheld't parents are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eischeid of Halbur. Kuemper will switch from two sessions es to Meet Press On Saturday IOWA CITY UTi— Iowa's Big Ten and Rose Bowl championship football team — consistently rated in the top ten in pre-season listings- goes on display for Iowa sportswriters and photographers Saturday. •Scheduled the day before fall practice can officially begin, "Press Day" will give some 60-odd newsmen a chance to question, photograph, and size up the returning Hawkeye gridders without the interference of drill formations, signal calling and scrimmage. A question-and-answer photographic session for the Hawkeyes will begin at 10:30 a.m. and continue until the special noontime press luncheon. Newt Conference Yonks Regain 6j Lead— Slaughter Homer in 11th Beats White Sox, 2 to 1 daily to single practices now that school is in session. Coach Steve Garbier has introduced an innovation at the Knight practice sessions. A six man sled has been built locally. The sled Is used primarily by linemen to improve fundamental line play such at shoulder blocking and line maneuvers. The Knights are now using a temporary practice field while their regular field la being Improved. (Kuemper High Photo.) The colleen at ringside will be Gene's sister. Mrs. Greg Tyson Jr.—and if the TV cameras happen to catch her, the/viewers will get a demonstration of shadow boxing which will eclipse anything going on in the ring. The pretty 23-year-old mother of three can't sit still while her brothers, especially the younger will fight after the main event. 1 ones, are fighting. ' Business fir Professional Directory Get-it-Done Harney Put Giants in San Francisco Timet Herald, Carroll, Iowa Friday, Aug. 30, 1957 By ED WILKS The Associated Press The go-go Chicago White Sox are gone. They put the heat on New York's slumping Yankees and the champs got hot, sweeping a three- game series and regaining a 6M-- game American League lead with a 2-1 victory Thursday. Enos Slaughter's llth-inning home run and five innings of one-hit shutout relief by Whitey Ford did it. Just Tfi hours earlier, the Sox surprisingly were still in the race. They had won six in a row. and had their best, righthanders Jim Wilson and "Dick Donovan, and, southpaw Billy Pierce, rested and KANSAS CITY wi_A lot of Chi- ready. The Yankees, their pitch-' ca g° baseball fans think the pen zone drove in three runs and Jackie Jensen doubled Home two. "The Indians rapped fbur home funs—including two-run shots by Jim Hegan and Rocky Cdlavito —while Mike Garcia nine-hit the Birds. Lopez Hasn't Given Up Yet Ray Wins In Battle Over Theater-TV NEW YORK UB — "Now I'v* got to concentrate on beating Carmen Basilio," said middleweight champion Sugar Ray Robinson today after scoring a decisive victory in his nine-day battle oyer theater-television. Great Strain Tha crafty, veteran fighter said his winning holdout for a money guarantee for the closed circuit telecast "has been a great strain on me. I've lost weight and I've had tp take sleeping pills. Now I've got to build up my strenth. I don't want to disappoint Carmen on Sept. 23." As the Harlem dandy returned to his Greenwood Lake, N.Y., training camp he found himself an 8-5 underdog to the welterweight king from Chittenango, A special news conference will| ing pooped by injuries, had lostl nant race has ended for,the sud-| NY . Basilio. who has maintained' follow, running from 1 p.m. until 1:45 .p.m. Coach Forest Evashevski will be on hand to answer questions in his usual frank man five of seven. Now the Sox are six games back on the lost side and with 26 games remaining have only eight ner—and the problems facing the; mo re left at home. The Yankees coach, of the Big Ten defending; have T( to g0i aU but mne at champions offer plenty of materi al for questions. From 2 p.m. until 4. photographers will be free to shoot whatever they can get their lens on. Blessed with 7 returning first By HARRY GRAYSON NEA Sports Editor SAN FRANCISCO - (NEA) replacing field general Kenny Ploen as well as ex-co-captains fi,r« n , -iv r,o- . sn t „„.„„. •,„„_>„ ; Dick Deasy, tackle and Don five or six per cent revenue bonds.: _ , .„ , . ,rv n „_ Big Contractor ! Such y- center - and halfback Don team veterans and a total of 21._kees their third consecutive pen- major lettermen, Evy neverthe-; nan t, eighth in nine years, less is faced with the problem of Outside.of his tremendous heavy W. L. WARD D.S.C. CHIROPODIST FOOT SPECIALIST 215 N. Carroll Street Offle* 9782 Hem* 9517 DR. M. J. HALL DENTIST 207 East 5th St. Dial 9774 Ceirtpl*t* Visual Car* Dr. O. M. O'Connor, Optometrist Vision Specialist — D|al 3318 Offleo B*rw**n Duffy's BooHry and Etlerbroek's Clot*d Saturday Afternoon During Vacation Dr. John E. Martin OPTOMETRIST ! VMon Specialist Offle* Ov*r Woolworth Store' Hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Dial 9709 Complete Visual Car* 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 Dial 8402 — Ko*pk* Building Ralph M. Crane ATTORN EY-AT-L AW Mott N. Adam* St. Dial 3161 Al Boss Specializing In Livestock Farm Auction* Dili 2363 - Carroll Dr. J. G. Donovan CHIROPRACTOR 410 W .tt 3rd ft* Offlc* - Dial 3716 Residence — Dial 2283 When vou dig into the story behind contracting business, Harney until the New York Giants' move to j now was best known here as the San Francisco, vou don't look up j nominal chairman of the Univers- Horace Stoneham. The Giants'; Hy of San Francisco's athletic Dobrino The Iowa mentor, never at a |b „ th Qriol 13 . 4 loss for alternatives, may drop the t T _ 6 denly derailed White Sox, but not the Pale Hose pilot, Al Lopez. "We still have a chance," says optimistic Al. It appeared the front-running New York Yankees struck the killing blow to the Sox' chances with a third straight triumph at Chicago Thursday which dropped the hose 6Vi games behind the Yanks. Whistles Bravely But Lopez, who made a career of finishing second to the' Yankees while managing the Cleveland Indians, whistled bravely in the The Yankee mop up job was; graveyard while readying for a home. 22 Magic Number The Yankees' magic number now is 22 — any combination of New York victories and Chicago defeats totaling 22 gives the Yan one of three games scheduled in the majors Thursday, all in the. AL. Boston swept Detroit in three with a 6-1 finale and Cleveland three-game set against the Kan sas City Athletics. "Don't forget that a week before the so-called crucial series regained fifth from Baltimore by | with the Yankees, the Sox were 1V% games behind New York," owner doesn't even know where the Ferry Building is. ! Nor do you seek out Mayor George Christopher. He's just the front man in the movement and his eye is on the United States Senate, not baseball. Instead, you go to the man who picked up the ball where and when it counted most. He is Charles Leonard (Get-It-Done) Harney, a blocky. fallstaffian bundle of Irish energy put into the building business. If contractors and engineers in New York and Brooklyn think like Harney — and have his resources—then the Giants and Dodgers wouldn't be leaving 14 million people with only one major league ball club. $6 Million Credit Stoneham moved to San Francisco because in Harney he found board until 1952. Actually, he was an angel who put up something like $10,000 a year toward football and basketball at the school. He had attended prep school there and took two years of a pre-legal course. It was Harney who obtained Maurice (Clipper) Smith, Ed McKeever and Joe Kuharich as football coaches at San Francisco, the school produced nine top • flight professional gridders during this regime, including such as Ollie Matson. Then Pete Newell and now Phil Woolpert were brought in as basketball coaches by Harney and the Dons, with Bill Russell, were unbeaten for two straight campaigns. Harney was at the Kansas City Auditorium with the school's bas- L i A i- - uo drnrmoH thp I In the NL, where first place said Lopez. • "The Yanks wobbled balanced line as he droppeoi tne Mil k L has , num-iand we started the big series only multiple offense used in 195v.hen * • he wanted take advantage of Ci j u tQni ht wRh fl ^ Ploen's spec.a WenU.- en . game , ead8 Second place ,!!Lv nf M Brooklyn is home to New York's With a greater variety of .? a " t Giants : Third p i ace st. Louis is at Chicago. pable ball-handlers and speedier backs, Evy should field a much stronger offensive team than last year. He stressed offense in spring practice. Evy indicated then that he is pleased with the high competitive spirit of the squad. The unusually large crop of good sophomores— 39 out of 75 candidates for the team—has been pressing the veterans hard. The early Iowa schedule is favorable, with two nonconference games giving the Hawkeyes a chance to get their feet on the ground. The last part of the schedule is rough: Four of six games will be played on the road. 3% games behind "We still have some 28 games left—a whole month. If the Yanks cool off and we got hot, we can he right on their heels again. A j lot of things can happen." The big home run, a Yankee trade-mark, and c 1 ut c h relief pitching swept the White Sox out of contention. Hank Bauer rapped his 16th home run in the third for the first Yankee hit and then Slaughter's payoff punch beat DonoVan, a 15- game" winner who went all the way to lose his fourth after winning seven straight. Unfortunately for the White Sox faithful, a lot of things happened to the Pale Hose—all bad—Tuesday and Wednesday nights and Thursday afternoon when the largest weekday crowd for a day game, 39,357, appeared at Comiskey Park. The Yanks won 12-6, 5-4 and 2-1 before 123,104 fans. 2 Bad Pitches Nbne other than 41-year-old all along that Robinson will fight "because he won't pass up this kind of dough," has been training steady at Alexandria, N. Y. Robinson won decisively over both the International Boxing Club and Theater Network Television, Inc., at Thursday's five • hour meeting at the State Athletic Commission offices. Halpern Meets Terms He agreed again to defend his crown against Basilio at Yankee Stadium, Sept. 23, after TNT President Nat Halpern met Robinson's terms on theater-TV and the IBC spelled out the details for radio and movies. . . , . .... , Enos Slaughter tied the final rib- Ford, who has been sidelined j bon on tne Co miskey Park crepe by a persistent shoulder pain, ; Thursday. It was his 11th inning came on in the seventh after Tom | homer {or a 2 -i defeat against, ^ Sturdivant was lifted for a pinch- j Dick Donovan , w h 0 made "just and I will profit by the mistakes Oversold Self On Tigers: Tighe DETROIT m — Jack Tighe, armed with a new one-year contract to manage the Detroit Tigers in 1958, says he "oversold" himself on this year's team. Reviewing his rookie season as a major league manager, Tighe, 44, said he is not satisfied with tha club. "It doesn't mean much to be in the first division if you're 20 games out of first place," he said. "We've had some players having off-years, but generally I oversold myself on the club's potential." Tighe got a vote of confidence and a new contract Thursday. It calls, for a salary of about $27,000. The manager said he "made a lot of mistakes. I believe the team ketball team during the NCAA ^ .„ an individual who not only owns ( playoffs late last March when he practice will be conducted Sun land on which to build a park, but 1 " • - if has the organization and equip Meyers fir Tan Creti ATTORNEYS-AT -LAW Practice in all courts. Abstracts examined. Estates settled. Urban J. Janning N*w York Lif* Insurance Co, Llf*. Annuities, Aecldant, • Siekn*ss, Hospital & Group CARROLL, IOWA Iowa Land Service Company Farm Management Farm Records V. Stuart Perry — Dial 9883 ment to build a stadium seating 45(000—and is willing to extend $6 million in credit. San Francisco required considerably more than the $5 million municipal bond issue the voters okayed in 1954 to build a park and land the Giants. Mayor Christopher turned to Get-It-Done Harney and he found the man who could wrap the history-making franchise shift into one king-sized package. They sometimes call it the California give - away baseball program) but Harney, the hard-shelled business tycoon, isn't exactly contributing over-generously. "I'm no philanthropist or benefactor," says straight-talkipg Harney. "This deal is economically sound." ''Harney will have made about $3 million when the job is completed.," says Thomas Gray, manager of the Downtown Association of San Francisco, who is credited with getting support for the bond issue. "But I'm for him. Nobody else could have put it over." Harney gets first count on the $5 million bond issue and will get his other $6 million through the sale of suffered a heart attack which took j jay, the first allowable day, but him off a 13-hour day working j probably he will just hold squad ROBERT S. MORROW tr CO. CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS Audit*, System* and Tax Accounting 100 W**t Fifth Strwrt — Carroll, Iowa schedule. The attack followed a serious abdominal operation in February. Since then he has taken off 60 pounds, but he remains a stocky, ruddy - faced man behind horned-rim glasses. He now weighs 200. Next to building roads, bridges, dams, college teams and moving baseball franchises, Harney's principal interests now are a\$l million, 18,000-acre cattle ranch near Livingston, Calif., which he purchased from the estate of the late Charles S. Howard. He also put up youth centers and boys' clubs. Harney owned 68 acres of land at Candlestick Point in the Bay View section, much of it under shallow water, and was • leveling off a hill and filling in for industrial sites when the baseball question arose three years ago. Dr. Roland B. Morrison, M.D. 117 East Sixth Str**t — Carroll, low* 0*n*r*l Practlo* — Obstetrics Praetur** — X-Rays PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Dial 3543 Carroll Medical Center PAUL L. PASCOI, M.D. Surgery «nd DISMM * of Wom*n and Children Ob*t*tric» Infant Feeding I. V. SULLIVAN, M.D, Diseases and Surgery of th* ly* OUWM Fitted A* It IAS ANNIBIRO, M.D. Mtdtatl «nd Surgical Treatment of Diseases of ly* far. Now and Throat OUMM Fltt*d WALTER A. ANNIBIRO, M.D. Surgery and DIMMM of Woman and Children Obstetrics Infant F**dlng PAUL A. ANNIBIRO, M.D. Surgery and Disuse* of Kidney, BUdder, Prostat* «nd R*ctum J. EL MARTIN, M.D. Surg*ry and Dliusti of - Bones and Joints Including Praetor** JAMIS M. TIRRNIY/ M.D. — Internal Msd.cln* Lanesboro Protests Dow City K-Ball Win MANNING—Lanesboro protested a 10-2 loss to Dqw City Thursday night, in the Manning Invitational Softball tournament, contending that Dow City used an ineligible player. The Lanesboro team held Steele, Dow City catcher, was ineligible to play because he had played with the Denison team, defeated in tournament play the night before. Tournament officials are to rule on the protest sometime today. Dow City had 13 hits and three errors and Lanesboro three hits and two errors. In the first game, Irwin defeated Manning Phillips 66, 8-6. Irwin had four hits and two errors and Manning eight hits and five errors. The Westphalia-Templeton game ended the fiftt round with Westphalia the winner, 13-2. Westphalia had 16 runs and no errors; Templeton six runs and two errors. Bagley and Westphalia open the second round tonight at 7:15 p.m., followed.at 9 p.m. by Manning Creamery and Roselle. hitter. The only hit off Whitey was. tw 0 "nad" pitches -• AAA v,^! Larry Doby ' s leadoff single in the ! The other bad pitch became a Evy is undecided about how iseventh . | home fun $wat fay Hgnk Bguer , n Mantle Keeps Mark | the third inning . Tne Sox tie j it Mickey Mantle was 2 - for - 5,: at M in the bottom of the third, both doubles, for the Yankees and: but couldn't cut the mustard after kept his bat mark at .373. The : tnat leader, Boston's Ted Williams,) whitey Ford, the lame-shoul- was 0-for-l. losing a point for aj dered lefty> nurled five i nn in gs i n .379 average with four walks after; relief of starter Tom sturd ivant. a first-inning ground out. | He a i lowed one hit and stru ck out Tom Brewer won his isth on j four and displayed all of his old the third try for the Red Sox, time form. He won the decision, six-hitting the Tigers. Frank Mai- his eighth against four losses. meetings. The first serious, prac tice will then be held on Monday ASK GILLIAM WAIVERS GREEN BAY, Wis. I*) - The Green Bay Packers of the National Football League has asked for waivers on end Frank Gilliam of Iowa. JENSEN IN SEMIFINALS HUNTINGTON, N.Y. OPi-ErUng Jensen, the nuclear physicist from Ames, Iowa, moved into Friday's semifinals of the Eastern Senior Grass Court tennis tournament. He defeated Joseph Lipshutz of Philadelphia 6-4, 6-3 in Thursday's quarterfinals. Natchez, Mississippi, founded in 1716, is the oldest city on the Mississippi River/ The attorney general is the chief ilaw enforcement officer of the United States. MOVING Local and Nation Wide Stor*g* — Crating — Packing Ph. Day 2540 Ph. Night 2618 Carroll, low* John Vanderheiden M*vlW"AB*nts-f*r North Atntrlcin vi« Lliw, Inc. SPECIAL DAIRY SALE at Farmers Sale Co. CARROLL,. IOWA Thu., Sept. 5 Selling Time: 12:30 p. m. Sharp 15 Holstein cows and h«lfers, 2-5 yn. old, mostly frtsh. 15 Holstein heifers, springers. 20 Holstein heifers, 300-500 lbs., from Wisconsin. 25 Holstein baby heifer calves from Wisconsin. 20 Guernsey heifers, 400-600 lbs., from Wisconsin. 12 Guernsey heifers, springers. 6 Holstein cows, 3-6 yrs. old. 8 Brown Swiss cows, 4-7 yrs. old, 6 just fresh and 2 heavy springers. Those are top dairy cows belonging to Frank Kraus & Son, Early, Iowa. * Will have cattle of all breeds. Above cattle TB and Bangs tested or calf hood vaccinated, NOTICE — Up-to-data test papers must accompany cattle when unloaded. They must be state laboratory tested for TB and Bangs within 30 days prior to salt date. TERMS — CASH Two sales a month, first and third Thursday. AL BOSS, AI Boss, Manager Dr. Langonftld, Inspector Boss, Irlback, Anderson, McLaughlin/ Auctioneers. next year. Tighe said "one of them was being too lenient, figuring the players liked me and would be on their good behavior and giving 1,000 per cent effort all the time. I was wrong there. I found out you have to prod and push them." He is certain the Tigers — currently in fourth place 19 games out of first — will revamp theii lineup to become a contender ia 1958. The Gold Crown is UP....:. ...and so is the POWER! it's here-fat, Big Ghange in 2 all-new Standard Gasolines It's another triumph from StancTud Research— the Big Chang* in two new STANDARD Gasoline*. 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