Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 11, 1957 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 11, 1957
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Yanks Plagued by Injuries- White Sox Skid 6 Games Behind; Braves and By ED WILKS The Associated Press American League pennant race at a glance: New York's Yankees collect injuries, hut Chicago's White Sox collect defeats. It was that way again Tuesday night as the Yankees, rained out in a game with Cleveland, regained a six-game lead when the White Sox took a 7-4 beating at Boston. Bill Skowron, who pulled a back muscle while working at home' Tuesday, was on the bench with Mickey Mantle and Yogi Berra— the Yankees' three top RBI men —as the champs sloshed through the better part of four frames before the game finally was called with Cleveland leading 2-0. Cards Keep Pace In the National, Milwaukee's Braves moved closer to a World Series date with the Yankees by defeating Pittsburgh 4-3 while sec- ond-place St. Louis battled:Philadelphia through 14 innings before winning 4-3. • . Third-place Brooklyn skidded eight games behind with a 9-2 thumping from the Chicago Cubs, and Cincinnati defeated the New York Giants 4-1 in the other NL. games. The rest of the AL schedule also was washed out. Burdette Wins 15th The Braves were out-hit 12-8, hut got the job done with the help of Hank Aaron and Eddie Mathews, who had five hits between them. They paired home runs }n the fourth — Aaron's 4.0th, Mathews* 31st — for a 3-1 lead, and Mathews added an RBI single in the seventh that nailed a 15th victory for Lew Burdette. • Whammy Douglas lost it, giving up the two home runs that gave the Braves 182 for the season— EVERYBODY LOVES A GOOD BUY ... YOU'LL LIKE THESE NEW FALL & WINTER JACKETS AT THESE AMAZING LOW Men's Warm Lined Winter Jackets Men, when you see them you'll agree these are terrific values! You can choose from good looking wool fabrics and water repellant and spot resistant California sheen gabardines in zipper styles with warm wool quilt linings. 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Two-way style with ifp-ofi hood; AH boy* .sizes 8 to 18 in new stone blue and charcoaL $ 12 95 Open Friday Nites Till 9:30 p.m. GET YOUR CORN BUCKS HERE FOR VALUABLE PRIZES Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa Wednesday,, Sept. 11, 1957 matching their all-time high set in 1955. Roberts Loses 29t\ ^ The Cardinals continued their big try On Ken Boyer's bases* loaded single in the 14th — which dumped Robin Roberts to his first 20-defeat year. » Lindy McDaniel, Lloyd Merrit, Billy Muffett and Larry Jackson pitched six shutout relief frames for the,Cards after the­ ly overhauled a 3-0 St. Louis lead and chased starter Sam Jones with an eighth-inning run. McDaniel was the winner for a 14-8 record. Cardinal Stan Musial showed up as a pinchhitter — the two clubs used 40 players — and hit into a forceout. Rally Falls,, Rookie Barry Latman and''Jim. McDonald shut out the Red Sox on three, hits over the last five frames for Chicago, but the Red Sox had nailed it with five runs in the third, three on Jim Pier- sail's 17th home run. Tom Brewer won his 16th, but didn't snare it for sure until Ike Delock, Boston's third reliefer in the ninth, fanned Sherm Lollar and got Ron Jackson on a pop with the bases loaded and three runs, already home. Bob (No-Hit) Keegan lost it. ' - ' Rookie Dick Drott ^became the first Cub pitcheMo go' all the way against Brooklyn this season, winning his. I4tbj with a fseven-hitter. Ernie Banks drove Sin four runs with his 35th and 36th homers and Bobby Morgan added a solo .homer in the Cubs' 1.3-hit barrage off loser Sandy Koufax and three relievers. . A- two-run homer by Joe Taylor, junking Johnny Antonelli's two-hit shutout in the sixth, backed up Brooks Lawrence's three-hit pitching for the Redlegs. Magic Number Is 12 It was the fifth-victory tn seven games for the Cardinals, but, it didn't do much more than prolong the inevitable. As it is,,the Braves nbw have "12" for a magic number, as do the Yankee's, incidental' ly. Any combination of Milwaukee victories and St. Louis defeats totaling 12 gives the Braves their first pennant since 1948. You can use the same formula in figuring the Yankees' third consecutive I flag. Alex Miteff Sluggish in Denver Bout DENVER UD — Argentina's 22- year-old hopeful for the heavyweight title, Alex Miteff, blamed mile high air and heavy gloves for a sluggish performance on the way to a knockout victory night. "I was too slow at first." Miteff said in talking over his knockout of the 204-pound Chicagoan in 2:32 of the ninth 1 round. Miteff, 205, was almost kayoed in the sixth when Holman caught him with a series of rights that sent the South American reeling to the ropes. Miteff, scoring his i2th pro victory without a defeat, came back with a body attack that set up Holman for the ninth round finish. Holman pitched forward to the canvas after Miteff- shook him up with hooks to the body anf followed with quick rights and lefts to the head. from dale barton's KEYBOARD Plans Court' Fight After Basilio Bout PHILADELPHIA W - Middleweight champion Sugar Ray Robinson plans a court fight with the New York State Athletic Commission after his ring battle with Carmen Basilio on Sept. 23. Robinson, here for an exhibition at the~Harold Johnson-Wayne Bethea fight Tuesday night, said he'll challenge the commission's official contract form for fights. The champion recently won out in a dispute with the International Boxing Club over television rights for the Basilio bout. FALL SECTIONALS: Pairings for the fall season sectional baseball tournaments were released today by the Iowa High School Athletic Association. The games will be played on Sept. 14, 16 and 18. Pairings involving area teams are as follows: AT CHURDAN- Upper Bracket: Churdan vs. Paton 'Sat. 2:30 p.m.); Boxholm vs.Churdan-Paton winner (Mon. l:30„-p.m.>; Lower Bracket: Lanyon vs. Auburn (Sat. 10:30 a.nO; Dana vs. Breda, St. Bernard (Sat. 1:00 p.m.); Lanyon-Auburn winner vs. Dana-Breda. St. Bernard winner (Mon. 3:00 p.m.); Finals (Wed. 3:00 p.m.) AT ELKHORN— Upper Bracket: Persia vs. Tennant (Sat. 9:00 a.m.); Westphalia, St. Boniface vs. Elkhorn (Sat. 2:30 p.m.); Persia-Tennant winner vs. Westphalia, St. Boniface-Elkhorn winner (Mon. 1:30 p.m.); Lower Bracket: Templeton, Sacred Heart vs. Earling. St. Joseph (Sat. 10:30 a.m.); Portsmouth St. Mary's vs. Panama, St. Mary's (Sat.l:00 TODAY'S BASEBALL By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. New York 87 51 .630 — Chicago 80 56 .588 6 Boston : 75 62 . 547 lift Detroit 69 67 . 507 17 Cleveland 66 70 .485 20 Baltimore 65 71 52 84 51 84 p.m.); Templeton. Sacred Heart- Earling. St. Joseph winner vs. Portsmouth, St. Mary-Panama, St. Mary's winner (Mon. 3:00 p.m.); Finals (Wed. 3:00 p.m.). * * * GRID DRILLS: The pattern was almost identical at both the Carroll High and Kuemper football camps here Tuesday afternoon as Coaches Paulsen and Garbier put their charges through Jong J u n t i n g drills. Emphasis in both camps was put on protecting the punter in a kicking situation and in perfecting the open-field blocking for punt returns. The stress on punt returns would lead an observer to believe the two coaches figure to use that as an offensive weapon. That presupposes, however, that the defensive units will be sufficiently strong to' cause opponents to resort to the punt to get away from their own goal. In any event, it was the type of drill that is much needed in high school football and one that may pay big dividends some night. Mich. State Loaded With Star Talent (Following is'another in a series of Big Ten football prospects by Jerry Liska, Midwest AP sports editor, who is making an airplane tour of conference camps.) •, Rockefeller Interest May Stop Dodger Move .478 21 .382 34 .378 34^ Washington ™ Kansas City .... Wednesday Schedule Chicago at Boston Cleveland at New York (2) afternoon & night Detroit at Washington (2) (twi- night) Kansas City at Baltimore (2) Uwi-night) Tuesday Results Boston 7, Chicago 4 Cleveland at New York rain Detroit at Washington rain Kansas City at Baltimore rain Tuesday Schedule Chicago at Boston Detroit at Washington (N> Kansas City at Baltimore (N) Only games scheduled. NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. Milwaukee St. Louis . Brooklyn . Cincinnati 84 53 79 59 77 62 71 68 70 70 $7 75 53 83 85 .613 .572 .554 .511 .300 8 14 15H .472 19Vi .390 30tt .388 31 Philadelphia New York „ Chicago ' Pittsburgh 54, Wednesday Schedule Brooklyn at Chicago Pittsburgh at Milwaukee Philadelphia at St. Louis (N) Only games scheduled Tuesday Results Chicago 9, Brooklyn .2 . Milwaukee 4, Pittsburgh S Cincinnati 4, New. York 1 St. Louis 4, Philadelphia S innings) Thursday Schedule Pittsburgh at Chicago (2) . Brooklyn at Milwaukee (N> Only .games scheduled By JOE REICHLER NEW YORK U) — Los Angeles Mayor Norris Poulson kept a lonely vigil by the telephone today anxously awaiting word from Walter O'Malley. Brooklyn Dodgers president, whether the Dodgers were or were not moving to California. Openly pessimistic now about chances of getting the defending National League champions after having joyously declared only last May that "We've got the Dodgers," Poulson promised he would seek a "yes" or a "no" answer from O'Malley before the end of the National Conference of Mayors convention here today. Serious Blow The double disclosure Tuesday that Nelson A. Rockefeller had of fered to buy into the. Dodgers to keep them in New York • City and City Hall's findings that it can legally acquire land for a new Dodger stadium admittedly was taken as a serious blow by the California mayor. He stubbornly insisted, however, that the door) was not yet closed. Won't Be Santa Claas "We will do everything within reason to try to get the Dodgers to come to Los Angeles," he said, "but we can't and won't be Santa Claus to them like some of these big names. It has to be a two-way street as far as we are concerned. If Mr. Rockefeller is seriously in the picture, as is quite evident now, I admit our chances, are far from bright. Mr. Rockefeller can do what neither the city of New York nor the city of Los Angeles is not in position to do, A government has limitations, you know/' -Mayor Paulson's pessimism was not .shared, however, by his-, bush neas representative Harold McClellan, who has been negotiating with O'Malley. "As far as I am, concerned." he said,. "negotiations are continuing. I am personally convinced (14 Newest member of the West Virginia University football coaching staff is Bob Snyder, appointed Feb. 1. Syracuse University football teams have produced eight first-team All-America performers. there is a basis here for a sound arrangement between the city of Los Angeles and the Dodgers baseball club if the parties find a meeting of minds." Slum Clearance O'Malley's chances of obtaining the land he wants in Brooklyn was given a considerable boost when Corporation Counsel Peter Campbell BrOwn informed Deputy Mayor John J. Theebald that in his opinion the city may legally ac quire the land for slum clearance and then resell it to the baseball team. It was Mayor Poulson who disclosed to The Associated Press that Rockefeller was interested in the situation. Nothing Positive In Washington, Rockefeller, grandson of John D. Rockefeller, said: "So far, nothing has developed in,our conversations to lend us positive encouragement. I wish we had made more^ progress' in keeping the Dodgers in New York." A statement from his office said: "We have tried every conceivable means of Keeping the Dodgers in New York,, including a willingness to acquire some percentage of ownership in the club, to examine the Possibility of expanding the National League if necessary to keep New Yprk represented, and to participate in building a stadium, which could also serve the city's need for a youth and sports recreation center." By JERRY LISKA EAST LANSING, Mich. W-In one fall swoop, Michigan State's football Spartans could break .all home attendance records and win their first undisputed Big Ten title. The first item is a cinch. Spartan Stadium, with expansion of its main stands, this season will seat a capacity 76,000. Last year, the capacity was 60,000. The second item may be subject to considerable debate. Principally from Michigan Oct. 12 and from Minnesota Nov. 16. Has Horses But Duffy Daugherty, starting; his fourth head coaching season, concedes he has the horses to go all the way in the forthcoming race in which the Spartans also meet Indiana. Purdue, Illinois and Wisconsin in conference play. "We may have even more good football players than we did in 1955 when we went to the Rose Bowl," Daugherty said. "To win the Big Ten championship, though, you need more than good players. You need great ones. We're hoping we have four or five great ones." Injuries beset the Spartans on all sides last season when it tied for fourth place in the conference. Five Phenomi The "great players" Daugherty has in mind are four lads who were phenomenal sophomores on the 1955 team — halfback Walt Kowalczyk, guard Dan Currie, tackle Pat Burke and end Dave Kaiser—and a fine junior halfback, Blanche Martin. Currie now is switched to center and is described by Daugherty as the team's best all-around player. Kowalczyk, Burke and Kaiser seem completely mended from injuries which sidelined them last season. MOVING Local and Nation Wide ^Storage — Grating -~ Packing Ph. Day 2540 Ph. Night Mil Carroll, lew John Vanderheiden Mevlna Ai Nerth Amtriwn .„,_ tor-. •R. Unw, IM. "WH|RS OOOO CLOTHING IS NOT SXPIN9IVI" "1MU.U W-i'l" LEGION BALLROOM ARCADIA, IOWA Thursday, Sept. 12 FLOYD WARREN and the Radio Ramblers Admission 75c Per Person (Tex Incl.) 1 Bill Murray, head football coach at Duke, was voted "Coach of the Year" in the Atlantic Coast Conference in 1952 and 1954. Quarterback Walter Fondren and Center Louis Del Homme are co-captains of the 1857 University of Texas football team. How! Get Peak TV Enjoyment Via Fast Dependable Service Be prepared! The world series is not far away, have that old set repaired now, buy a new or used TV, rentals at a reasonable rate. We guarantee anything we sell or service! 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