Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 7, 1957 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Injury Jinx Hits Carroll Squady Denny Snyder Out Carroll High's old nemesis — the injury jinx — reared its ugly head during a scrimmage here Friday night and sidelined the Tigers' top player, Denny Snyder, with a wrist injury. "It appears he will be out for an indefinite time," Coach Arnold "Bud" Paulsen said Saturday morning as he awaited further reports. The absence of Snyder from the starting lineup for next week's opener at Manning heightens Carroll woes in the misfortune department. Another back, Gerald Woot- en, is hobbling on the sidelines with a sprained ankle and will not see action in the first few games. So More Contact "There will be no more contact work until we take the. field at Manning on Friday night," Coach Paulsen announced. "We simply can't take a chance on any more Injuries. We are too thin in reserves to tempt fate," he said. Following a rugged scrimmage Friday night, the Tiger mentor indicated at least six of the eleven starting positions on the Carroll team are up for grabs during the coming week. "Let's put it Uke this," he said. "There are five definite starters as of now and the other positions will be filled sometime during the week." Definite Starters The definite starters include: Left end — Waldo Noland, a 5' 8" senior who weighs 140* pounds. He was a regular last year and is I a very good pass receiver, Left guard — Norman Wenck, 1 5' 8" senior who weighs 175 i Bounds, A regular last year, he is I' Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa, , Saturday, Sept, 7, 1957 a good blocker and a leader In the line. Center — Virgil Hoehne. a 5' 6" junior who weighs 151 pounds. He had come a long way and is a good lineman despite his small size. Right tackle — Mike Tan Cretl. 6* senior who weighs 187 pounds. He was sidelined with an injury last year but has come back strong. Quarterback — Marvin Snook, 5' 6" senior who weighs 150 pounds. Reserve quarterback last year, he is rated as a fair passer and a good defensive back. , Up for Grabs That leaves the following positions up for grabs: Left tackle — Don Kunecke, 6' and 155 pounds; Kent'McMahon, 5' 6" and 140 pounds, are fighting for the- berth. Right guard — Larry Crouse, 5' 11" and 155 pounds; Paul Fricke, 5' 7" and 180 pounds; and Don Eastlund, 5' 10" and 160 pounds, are waging stiff battle. Right end — Rob Burns, 6* 3" and 167 pounds; Richard Larsen, 6' 1" and 157 pounds and Jim Prince, 5' 10" and 138 pounds are most likely candidates. Left halfback — Roger Kaspersen, 5' 11" and 139 pounds and Russell Taylor, 5' 5" and 160 pounds were originally listed for this position behind Snyder. However, a re-shuffle of personnel may shift these players to another slot. Right halfback — Rich Rasper- sen, 6* 3" and 158 pounds, and Dave McCoy, 5' 10" and 138 pounds are battling for starting nod. Fullback — John Walgenbach, 5' 10" and 147 pounds has best chance at position Wooten will fight to regain when he joins squad again. Blocking Looked Good In assessing the results of the first scrimmage, Coach Paulsen said he thought the blocking was good for this early In the season. He appeared a trifle concerned about a few defensive lapses and the usual early-season tendency to fumble. Had it not been for the unfortunate injury to Snyder, who literally smashed the reserve line to shreds, the first Tiger scrimmage would have gone down in the books as a top success. Carroll schedule: Sept. IS — Manning, there, Sept. .20 — Tama, here. Sept'. 27.— Harlan, here. Oct. 4 — Perry, (Parents' Night) here. Oct. 11 — Deni80n, there. Oct. 18 — Missouri Valley, here. Oct. 25 — Ida Grove (Homecoming), here. . Nov. 1 — Sac City, there. Nov. 6 — Jefferson, there. Three Plays Enable Rams To Win Game By The Associated Press The Los Angeles Rams won their third game in four tries Friday night with a comeback 20-14 victory over the stumbling Cleveland Browns. The Browns now have a 1-3 record along the National Football League exhibition trail. „ A fourth quarter, three-play maneuver good for 78 yards turned the trick for the Rams, who scored in every period. Jon Arnett returned a punt for 34, Ron Waller scooted for 35 on the next play and Joe Marconi bulled the final aine to win it The Browns scored in the first quarter on Jim Brown's two yard plunge and in the last period on Lew Carpenter's one yard buck. Tank Younger scored the other Fans Absence Caused N. Y. Giants to Shift NEW YORK i#-Want a simple reason for the New York Giants' planned shift to San Francisco? They've been able to count 20,000 or more cash customers at the Polo Grounds only five times this season—and it was Brooklyn's hated Dodgers who lured 'em in. The old rivalry paid off again Friday flight with 21,373 paying patrons on hand as the Brooks defeated the Giants 3-0 in the last scheduled night game of. the season in the Polo Grounds. The season high at the PG was set July 1, when 37,409 turned out to see the Dodgers. The smallest crowd drawn to a Dodger game at the Polo Grounds this season was 7.424. Ram TD, while Paige Cothren kicked two field goals for the Rams. Dead Guys Won't Stay Chilled in Flag Race By ED WTLKS .The Associated Press Ever watch a bunch of kids playing cops and robbers, where the "dead" guys get up and start blasting away again? That's just what's happening in the major league pennant races. The dead guys won't stay chilled. In the American, New York's Yankees, apparently home free a while ago, are down to a 4V4- game lead again. They booted a two-run lead and lost 4-3 at Washington Friday night while the Chicago White Sox beat Kansas City 4-3 on a ninth-inning homer by relief pitcher Dixie Howell that again put them just three games behind in the lost column. In the National, Milwaukee's Braves, looking like a cinch to clinch it quick after a Labor Day leed and lost their third in a row, 5-4 to the last-place Cubs. Cards Flub Chance They held on to a 6^-game lead as second-place St. Louis let a 4-2 edge slip away in a 5-4 Cincinnati victory. Brooklyn's Dodger's (remember those old gaffers?) now are only seven games behind after winning their third straight with a 3-0 job on the New York Giants. Pittsburgh defeated Philadelphia 3-2 on Hank Foiles' solo home run in the sixth that gave righthander Ron (7-15) Kline his fifth straight. In the other AL games, Detroit defeated Cleveland with Jim Bunning winning his 17th, and Boston closed fast to nip Baltimore 4-3 with Gene Stephens, subbing for Ted Williams, one of the big guns. The Yankees dropped Ihis one CARROLL OPEN BOWLING: Every Afternoon and Friday, Saturday, and Sunday Nights. LANES Brunswick Balls, Bowling Bags, Bowling Shoes, Refreshments. HAVE A SCHLITZFRAME A Schlitzbretk in bowling. After the fourth or fth frame you take a Schlitzermission and enjoy light refre s h m e n t. Check your Schlitzscores at this time. fi! THE L. A. SMITH CO. ALLEY NEWS: Team attendance was better this week with Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday leagues showing all { ames up-to-date. Both Monday night leagues have teams which ave to bowl some make-up games. High three-game series for the week goes to Howard Mather with a 585. The Eager Beaver League show two tie games and so early in the season. What a difference a pin makes. • MONDAY COMMERCIAL LEAGUE 7:00 p. m. Name of Team Carroll Ready Mix Busche'i Coast-to-Coaat Haram'i Won .2 Where Bowlers Meet to Eat! From - quick snack to dinner our food is right to the bowlers taste. WEST END CAFE Schenkelberg Impl. Co. l Storr l HR Cleaneri 0 0 Morrow's Meddlers TEAM LEADERS— Team High Three Gamea: HR Cleaners Hamm'i Buiche's Lost 1 J 1 3 2 2 0 0 Team High Single Game: Hamm'i HR Cleaners HR Cleaners ...2556 -5377 -2303 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— Individual High Three Games: Dick Wilt _. Bob Sapp 915 861 854 Earl Hammers Team High Single Game: Earl Hammers Joe Heller ____ Dlclc Wilt _. 557 540 528 211 208 207 ALLEY PLUSHER LEAGUE 1 9:00 p. m. Name of Team Ben's Tavern Carroll Lanes Wool Buyers Arnold Motors ... Pts. 6 Green Bay Lumber Vanderheiden's srhlltz Gene's Feed Store TEAM LEADERS— Tram High Three Games: Arnold Motors _ -.2656 Ben's Tavern „„. . 2635 Carroll Lanes 2544 CLUB 30 house of PIZZA ONLY FRESH PIZZA SERVED STEAKS - BAR-B-Q RIBS CHICKEN • SEA FOODS For your bowling parties, reserve the Amber Room Team High Single Game: — J "--for" Arnold Mofors Ben's Tavern Wool Buvers 908 907 uM *ci*» „.„ 867 rNPIVIDl'AX LEADERS— Individual High Three Games: Jim Wilt „ 536 Wayne Ruplper 524 Bob Everetts 497 Individual High Single Game: Jim Wilt ."_ • 225 Wayne Ruplper 196 Bob Everetts 196 TUESDAY From the Land of Sky Blue Waters Farner-Bocken Co. Bowl Your Beat. . . ... thon Buy for Lass *t Complete TV . RADIO • ANTENNA SERVICE Dealer for Svivanta & Motorola . ELMER FRIEDMAN, Owner BLOCK BUSTER LEAGUE 7:00 p. m. Name of Team Moose Lodge Juergens Product Wrestle Score Moorman Feed K. ot C. Whir Kids Seven-Up Goetz Welcome Inn TEAM LEADERS— Team High Three Games: Pts. _...7 _..6 _...4 _..4 _.4 —.4 ~2 .1 Moorman K , ore. ... eed -.2684 ...2499 -.2402 Where there's Life There'* BUD' Enjoy BUDWEISER King of Beers IKE AUEN DIST. CO. Carroll, Iowa Wrestle Score _ Team High Single Game: Moorman Feed 932 Seven-Up—Moorman Feed 880 K. of C. 863 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— Individual High Three Games: Bob Sapp Wayne Tietenthaler Norb Rust Team High Single Game: Wayne Tleienthaler L. Wlttry C Hannasch 501 H78 459 188 183 180 NIGHT HAWKS LEAGUE 9:00 p. m. Name of Team Moose Lodge _ Jaycees Ocoma , Safeway ... Doml's E A M Htg. & Air Cond. _ Knowlton's Don's Sinclair Pti. 7 —6 —5 —4 —3 3 —3 TEAM LEADERS— Team High Three Games: Moose Lodge 25go Knowlton's 3551 Doml'» -- 2505 Team High Single Game: Moose Lodge ||2 Knowlton's , 883 javcees - -• 8b8 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS—• Individual High Three Games: Les Perschau 223 Wavne Purltt ~ — 527 Paul Peters ••• 521, individual High Single Game: Ven. Feld 202 Wayne Purltt — 200 Pepsi-Cola without •filling Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. Carroll, Iowa Joe' Helsterk&mp~Z WEDNESDAY EAGER BEAVERS LEAGUE 7:00 p. m. Name of Team Won Commercial Sav. Bank 4 Carroll Co. State Bank 3H Main Ice Cream Carroll Lumber Co. 3W The Schlttzers 3>* Lees _„•. „ 3 Kelly's Shoe 2 Farner-Bocken Lost 2 2H 18 4 5 W00DCH0PPER LEAGUE 9:00 p. m. TEAM LEADERS— Team High Three Games: Carroll Lumber Co. 2078 Roll Your Best...' Then Eaf The Best! The Cafe Where Only the Beat Is Served PAULINE'S CAFE The Schlttzers Farner-Bocken — Team High Single Game: Carroll Lumber Co. -.2014 ..4988 Name of Team Budweiser Beer Pepsi-Cola Eddie Qulnn Wilke Drug Green Bay Won & ..5 3 731 680 ..... 674 Commercial Sav. Bank Carroll Lumber Co. . _ INDIVIDUAL LEADERS— Individual High Three Games: D. Welbourn ... 5"; O. Carpenter - Jgf n Wtimin _ - 429 Individual High Single Game: D. Welbourn ••• }|| D. welbourn ——— Y™ O. Carpenter i 67 v#i ceil on % o Doml * Germalne 2 Hannasch Super Valu 1 Amvets , 1 TEAM LEADERS— Team High Three Games: Budweiser Pepsi-Cola Eddie Qulnn _ Team High Single Game: Budweiser . Budweiser _ Pepsl-Cola Lost 0 1 3 3 3 4 5 5 -5088 ...1928 Stop at the Legion Clubroom Open After 5 p. m. for Members and Guests Smoker Every Thursday Ping Pong Card Games Lunch by Our Own Chefs Thursday Menu: Rabbit Heels -J888 „.. 731 ... 710 685 INDIVIDUAL- LEADERS— Individual High Three Games: Lois Rungee 463 Roze McBarnes 459 Irene Smith " 455 Individual High Single Game Roze McBarnes _..;.„. Irene Smith "7" Irene Smith ; i6g 185 177 THURSDAY * CLASSIC LEAGUE 7:00 p. m. • I 1 1 I I I I I ( HANNASCH MOTOR CO. SALES A SERVICE Wl CAWUAC tlRVICl i\AKB* Name of Team . Farner-Bocken Nockels Clothiers Breda Schlttzers ... Hannasch Motors Kramer Shoe Shop Uptown Club — Brown Derby Budweiser Won —.6 _ 5 —4 _....4 - 4 ......3 3 a Farner-Bocken - j...--™ <«u Team High Single Game: Hannasch Motors — £g| Budweiser ——— %g° Nockels Clothiers -^.--.j- 894 IN DI VIP.V AX .IJEADEItS*- Indiyldusl High Three Games: Mather " 555 Knutstn — 5S0 Lammers — , 856 J. Kerper 221 PINSPUTTER LEAGUE 9:00 p. m. WANTED Two teams to fill out this Thursday league. This will be a short-28-week league. Starting date Sept. 12. Building Headquarters For the Community LUMBER — COAL PAINT — HARDWARE "Where You Buy the Best For Less" GREEN BAY LUMBER CO. Carroll, la.—James A. Kanne For Year Round Comfort,.. E A M Heating-Air Condtg. Phone 2733 ~ 329 W. Sth St. with two out in the ninth. An error by second baseman Jerry Coleman enabled the tie-breaking run to score after the Nats had loaded the bases with three walks from loser Bob Grim. Maglie Chased Washington chased Sal Maglie, making his starting debut as a Yankee, with two runs that tied it 3-all in the seventh while Truman Clevenger and Bud Byerly four-hit the champs. Byerly won his sixth. The White Sox scrambled from behind with a run in the sixth that junked Alex Kellner's three- hit shutout, then gained a tie with two in the eighth on singles by Luis Aparicio, Nellie Fox, Minnie Minoso and Sherm Lollar. Howell then belted his third home run of the year to beat reliever Wally Burnette with one out in the ninth. Error Opens Gate Bob Trowbridge had the Cubs blanked on four hits again until thsy bagged their five in the seventh. It all started with a one- out error by Ed Mathews. Then ex-Brave Chuck Tanner singled with the bases loaded for two, Ernie Banks doubled for one and Walt Moryn closed it with a two- run single. Bob Rush won his fifth with relief help. The Redlegs, who had consecutive home runs from Frank Robinson and George Crowe in the first, nailed i,t with three in the sixth, two on Jerry Lynch's pinch- hit home run. It was the 10th pinch homer of the year for the Redlegs, tying the NL record set by the 1954 Giants. Willard Schmidt lost hfe second in relief of Larry Jackson. Southpaw Don Gross won it. Podres Leads Majors Johnny Podres three-hit the Giants, allowing none after the fifth, for his 11th victory and sixth • shutout, tops in the majors. The j Brooks had 10 hits, two each by Carl Furillo, and Gino Cimoli who figured in the insurance runs I after Elmer Valo's first inning homer off loser Ray Crone. The Red Sox, shut out for six by Hec Brown, scored two in the seventh on Jackie Jensen's 20th homer, scored again in the eighth on Stephens' single and won it in the ninth on Pete Daley's two- out double off Billy Loes. Errors by Chico Carrasquel and Bob Avila on the same play gave the Tigers three sixth-inning runs that cracked a 2-2 tie. Rev. James Mack to Fort Dodge Church (Timet Herald News Service) LAKE CITY — The Rev. James Mack, who is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mack of Lake City, has accepted a call to be associate pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Fort Dodge and will move with Mrs. Mack and their three children the last of September from Lander. Wyo., where he has been pastor of Bethel Lutheran Church for the past seven years. It's time we put our foot down! 40,000 Americana died in traffic accidents last year. Ugly headlines tell the story —carelessness, negligence, evasion of laws. Help stop this senseless killing. Insist on strict enforcement of all traffic laws. It's up to you! 'fa Here'ifWQyoucanhdpt O oriv « letely, eourteouily yourctK, Obierve speed limits, warning ilgiw. Whsre traffic laws are eeeyse', deaths ae DQWNt Q hull) en strict enforcement of all trbffle law». They work /or you, not agalnit you. Where rrerrle laws ere strictly enfertod, deaths eo_DOWNI fajyerf jwtetf Safety Umtll JPubliitmiat a public jtrvki in eoQperation with Tht Aioertuing CouncH ' ahitht tiwnpapmr XivwtUing e MxmutUm Attooiatian • Pop-Off by Robbie Gave Braves a Lift By JOE REICHLER NEW YORK i/Pi - Remember Jackie* Robinson's popoff against the Milwaukee Braves last winter. A Milwaukee player who understandably asked not to be identified said it was the best thing that could have happened to the team. Robinson said the Braves lost the 1956 pennant to the Brooklyn Dodgers because they spent, too much time in night clubs. Everybody on the Braves hastened to deny it, but it is a matter of rec- ordthat the club has been under stricter management this year. There's no question that the playboy charges directed at the Braves by Robinson made the club self conscious and more determined. Stirred Up Players Jackie did what no Milwaukee player could do last year. He stirred up the players. It was the sort of charge that could have been N made against any club in baseball, because, by the law of averages, there are one or two nightlife boys on every club. Singling out the Braves, the players thought, was unfair and hitting below the belt. It changed their entire outlook. The Braves were a chagrined and broken bunch at the end of last season. After Brooklyn overtook them that last weekend they looked and behaved like a defeated team. The night before the last game of the season, in St. Louis, some of the Braves went out and moistened their disappointment. It was not a serious group and no one knew it better than manager Fred Haney. It is common knowledge now that in the clubhouse after the last game. Haney told the players: Clubhouse Advice "You think I've been a tough so- and-so, don't you? Well, you so- and-so's better go out and have a good time this winter because I'm really going to be tough next spring." Haney, who served as coach before he replaced Charlie Grimm as manager in the middle of June, knew what he was up against. Some of the players bridled under Haney's tight rein. The bristling attitude continued right down to the season's end. More than one referred to him is "Little Napoleon" and "Frantic Freddy" behind his back. Credit to Haney There is no such talk this year. An observer, after traveling with the club for a while,' can't help but observe the harmony, good-fellowship and cooperation this year. The team definitely has grown up and some of the credit must go to Haney. Haney had the advantage this year of being in command right from the start and he was familiar with the team's problems and its potentials. It was is contention that the team needed to be drilled in fundamentals and all through spring training, until the exhibition season, he had them out from 10:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. The players were drilled in leading off bases, making rundowns, working cutoffs. Day after day, pitchers practiced holding runner's on bases. And everybody ran. If, in an intra-squad game, somebody made an error, Haney would blow his whistle and everybody on the field would run two laps. The Braves lofty perch'was only partly how well it paid off. Lift from Fans Part of the credit must go to the remarkable lift the players got from the wild enthusiasm and fierce loyalty of the Milwaukee fans. Despite repeated failures, the fans' faith in the team never* wavered. The rush for tickets this spring was greater than ever. People discovered that holding season tickets was the only assurance of World Series tickets and the fans were sure tha Braves would win it this year. Only a completely • unlikely set of circumstances --utter coUapse by the Braves or a flock of postponements—can prevent the Milwaukee club from smashing' its own National League attendance record of 2,131,388 at County stadium in 1954. Comeback Foiled, Former Champ Decides to Quit By WHITNEY SHOEMAKER WASHINGTON (AV-Ex - welterweight champion Johnny Saxton, his comeback campaign wrecked at the start by unranked Joe Miceli, says he has had enough and will quit the ring. Miceli applied the finishing touch to Saxton's rapid descent from boxing heights Friday night before a nationwide TV-radio audience. Jumping Joe, a 28-year-old New Yorker who has been in and out of the ratings for years', clouted the former king of the 147-pound- ers unmercifully for three rounds at Capitol Arena. Saxton went into the fight a 2-1 favorite. Dr. Clark Halstead, the ring physician, examined Saxton after the third and declared Johnny unfit to continue. Under District of Columbia rules, the result went into the books as a fourth-round TKO. Back in his dressing room, dejected and still bleeding profusely from a cut mouth, Saxton told reporters he was thinking of retiring 6ut would leave it up to Manager Frankie Palermo. "I'll give you the decision right now," Palermo announced. "I'm going to make him retire." Saxton was a skillfu' fighter who won 54 of his 63 fights, lost only 7 and drew 2. Miceli's record is now 54-28-8, with 24 knockouts. Miceli won each round from Saxton. Brown Gets An Early Lead OKOBOJT W—Des Moines pro Joe Brown chipped thrse strokes off. of par and carried a one- stroke lead into Saturday's second round of the Iowa Open golf tournament. The • two-time former Open champion, now 47, fired a 33— best nine of the day—and a 35 to win medal honors with a 68 Friday. Claire Grant, 43, Des Moines radio station executive who is suffering from a kidney infection, had a 35-34—69. Tied at 70, one under, par for the long Elm-Brooks course, were Labron Harris, Oklahoma State golf coach who set a course record 65 in practice Thursday, and Lee Sanderson, 18, Worthington, Minn., amateur. The 35 top amateurs and the 34 professionals entered were placed in the championship flight for the second round of the 54-hole tournament. Coming in with par 71s were Ray Goodell, Kansas City pro and defending Iowa Open champion, Leon Ponders, Omaha driving range owner, Max Shelton, Cedar Falls, and Todd Tischer, Fort Dodge. Bob Leahy, current state Amateur and Masters champion from Denison, just made the championship bracket with a 78. MOVING Local and Nation Widt Storage — Crating — Packlna Ph. Day 2540 Ph. Night 2ell Carroll, Iowa • John Vanderhiiden Moving Agents for North American Vsn Unss, Ine. Nellie Fox Sets Style For Chisox By JOE MOOSHTL CHICAGO (JrV-Mighty Mite Nellie Fox, convinced the Chicago White Sox can win the American League pennant, keeps his team 'hanging tough" with his unbelievable scrappy play. Fox "is the big reason we're still in the running," says managed Al Lopez. "Without him, I'd hate to think where we'd be." The diminutive second baseman collected three hits and a walk Friday night as the second place Sox whipped Kansas City. 4-3, to close the gap in the American League race to 4^ games while New York dropped a 4-3 decision to the Washington Senators. But more important, the Sox trail the Yankees by only three games in the loss column. Teams with Howell Dixie Howell, a relief pitcher, homered in the ninth to break up a 3-3 tie and enable the Sox to win. but it was Foxy who contributed the hit that counted. Little Nell, who refuses to get on the scales, walked and scored Chicago's first run after the A's had taken a 3-0 lead, and then collected his third hit in the eighth inning when the Sox scored twice to tie the count. Raised Average Fox, whose previous best season was .319. raised his average to .324 and needs but one hit to reach the 1,500 mark. "I think we'll catch the Yankees," said Fox after the game. "We're only three behind them in the loss column. We're due for a winning streak and that ought to do it. But we have to beat them twice in the two games we have left at New York. Chicago's Iron Man Fox is Chicago's "iron man.** He has a steak of 610 consecutive games and refused to leave the Sox lineup for a minute. He's "life and hope with us,** said Lopez. "If he gets on base, we win, if he doesn't we're in trouble." Fox was on base every time last night and scored two of Chicago's four runs. He has scored 98 runs this season and has 171 hits to lead the league. He has also drawn 66 walks, "more than I've had in the last two seasons," say's Fox. THREE CHILDREN BAPTIZED (Tiroes Herald News fierrtM) . LAKE CITY - Three children were baptized during the morning service at Pilgrim Lutheran Church Sunday, Sept. 1. They were Rusty Dale, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Huster. whose sponsors were Judith Stanfield and Alma Laumbach;' Elizabeth Sue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fritz of Minneapolis, with Mr. and Mrs. William Blair as sponsors; and Tammy Lynn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schuneman of Mankato, Minn., sponsors, Bonnie Schug and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kolbe. Braves Rake Ump Over Brutal Call By CHUCK CAPALDO MILWAUKEE UP) - The Milwaukee Braves raked Umpire Stan Landes over the conversational coals last night for a close call that went against them. "Brutal call." raged Milwaukee Manager Fred Haney. "It's a joke." Is this a sign that the Braves, who have lost three straight, are about to stage a repeat performance of the jitters that contributed to their collapse last year? Hardly, at least not yet. Their tempers are a little frayed around the edges, but a 6Ms game lead and time are on their side. Friday night's blowup came in a 5-4 loss to the last-place Chicago Cubs. With Andy Pafko on third, via a double and an infield out, and two out in the last of the ninth, Eddie Mathews sent a high chop- i per to the first base side of the ' mound. Second baseman Bobby Morgan raced in to the edge of the infield grass, grabbed the ball and fired to first. The meat industry output of the United States is about 25,000,000,000 pounds annually, world's largest. BALL GAME Sunday-8 p. m. ROSELLE PARK Dedkam Merchants vs. Roselle Tigers

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