Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 12, 1957 · Page 2
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 2

Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, September 12, 1957
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Michigan Offense May Offset W&ak Defenses By JERRY LISKA .. „ANN ARBOR, Mich. i /D - .Michigan's perennially dangerous Wolverines, although weaker defensively than last fall, may have the offensive punch to win their first.y&ig Ten football title dnee 1930K,, Gone are two great ends, Ron Kramer and Tom Maentz; talented halfback-Terry Barr; and two excellent defensive lineman, center Mike Rotunno and Guard Dick Hill. But there should be explosive power and slick deception in Michigan's tricky single wing and unbalanced T attack when fullback Johnny Herrnstein and tailbacks Jim Pace and Bob Ptacek start rambling. Herrnstein, a fine sophomore performer last year, should be one of the nation's top line-smash­ ers. Pace, 192-pound track star, will be among the fastest and trickiest. Big Ten ball-carriers. Ptacek. like Herrnstein a junior, is a good all-around back. Jim Van Pelt returns a* a seasoned quarterback, but the real threat at this posijipn could be soph Stan Noskin from Chicago. Coach Bennie Oosterbaan rates Noskin'as Michigan's best tosser 6ince Chuck Ortmann, 1948 Big Ten passing champion. The 1957 Yale football team will feave only one starter from the 1956 team: Capt. Jack Embersits. l». R. (Dutch) Meyer, athletic director at TCU, is affectionatly telown as "Old Iron Pants." . The Jockeys Hall of Fame was founded at Pimlico Race course in 1955. Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa Thur$day, Sept. 12, 1957 Grid Schedule Friday's Games: Carroll at Manning. Kuemper at Des Moines (Dowling>. Harlan at Red Oak. Jefferson at Lake City. Ida Grove at Cherokee. Storm Lake at Sac City. Atlantic at Denison. Perry at Audubon. Glidden at Manilla. Scranton at Guthrie Center. Bayard at Coon Rapids. Ar-We-Va at Dunlap. Sioux Rapids at "Early. Bagley at Orient. Schaller at Lytton. Galva at Lake View. Odebolt at Wall Lake. Ar-We-Va School Has 598 Registered (Time* Herald New» Service) WESTSIDE r- The enrollment of Ar-We-Va School for 1957-58 is 598. Registration in the various units is as follows: Westside — 112 boys and 102 girls: Vail — 122 boys and 109 girls; Arcadia — 70 boys and 83 girl's. The football field is presently under construction. The first football game will be September 13 with Dunlap. J4ow muck should you £pend far her diamond 4«. Jsst 1> • • Whether fc costs $100 ©c $1000, be sure you're baying from a jeweler who Has your complete feath! As members of the American Gem Society Vfc've taken gemoiogicaJ courses so we can trust our judgment. We have a reputation for honest •business practices so you can rely on our integrity. Isn't k logical, men, to come to us for the most important jewelry purchase of your life? v > Convenient Budget Terms Available HOWARD EI KELLY REGISTERED JEWELER AND CERTIFIED GEMOLOGIST AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY Kelly Jewelry CARROLL/ IOWA Got CORN BUCKS Here With Every Purchase CARROLL HIGH SCHOOL SQUAD . . . shown here will open the 1957 football season at Manning Friday night. The Tiger squad pictured includes both varsity and Freshman-Sophomore players. Personnel, from left to right, includes: Bottom row—Kent McMahon, Dave Wenck, Marvin Snook, Jim Lhotka, John Helmkamp, Terry Kroeger and Russell Taylor; second row—Waldo Noland, John Prince,- Jim Wilson, Alec Gillett, Jim Fisher, Paul Frlcke, Leonard Snyder and Steve Farner; 3rd row— —A Colburn Colllnge, Freshman-Sophomore coach; Normafl Wenck, Jim Prince, John Walgenbach, Jack Hays, Roger Kaspersen, Ron Fricke, Dave McCoy, Virgil Hoehne and Coach Arnold "Bud" Paulsen; top row—Jon Lane, Dennis Snyder, Don Kunecke, Larry Crouse, Richard Kaspersen, Rob Burns, Richard Larsen, Mike Olson, Mike Tan Cretl and Don Eastlund. (Paige & Paige Photo) Pirates Deck Braves; Cardinals Narrow Gap By ED WILKS Is that a miracle or. a mirage taking shape in the National League pennant race? That's the situation in the NL race now. The second-place St. Louis Cardinals have won seven of their last eight while Milwaukee's first-place Braves, perhaps building pressure by insisting there isn't any, have lost five of their last eight. ' ' '*< ; The Cards stayed with it Wednesday night, battering Philadelphia 14-6 and climbing within 4 games of the Braves, who were dropped 2-1 by the Pittsburgh Pirates.'" '•' 1 The New York Yankees split a day-night . double-header against Cleveland. 01' Sal Maglie tossed a three-hitter that beat his former Tribe mates 5-0 in the opener, but Ray Narleski then set down the Yankees on four hits in Cleveland's 4-1 nightcap victory. That left the champs with a 5%game lead oyer Chicago's second- place White So»f who scored three in the 11th and beat Boston 4-1. Third-place Brooklyn, seven games behind Milwaukee* defeated the Chicago Cubs 94 in the only NL game scheduled. In the other AL games, a pair of twi-night double-headers, Detroit swept Washington 3-0 and 12-2, and Baltimore split with Kansas City, winning 6-2 after a 7-3 defeat. The Cardinals, hitting their one- garrie scoring high of the season, rapped 15 hits off ex-mate Harvey Haddix and five relievers while collecting a pair of six-run innings. Del Ennis drove in three runs with his 22nd and 23rd home runs. Herm Wehmeier won his fourth in a row. MOVING Local and Nation Wide Storage — Crating'*— Packing Ph. Day 2S40 Ph. Night 2618 Carroll, Iowa John Vanderheiden Moving Agent* for North Amtrlein ytn Llnei, Inc. Strong Family Holds Reunion in LV Park (Time* Berald N'ew» Service) LAKE VIEW - The Strong family held a reunion in Speaker Park on Sunday. Families from . Sac City, Lake View, Ft. Dodge, Waterloo, Pomeroy, Lake City. Des Moines and Guernsey attended the reunion. Mrs. C. C. Wetzstein and her" children, Mr. and Mrs. William Redenbaugh, Mr. and Mrs. pHarlah Wetzstein and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wicker of Ft. Dodge were all present at the reunion. The Rev. Stimpson was also a guest.'a£ his mother was a member of a Strong family. Mr; and Mrs. Clair Strong of Des Moines were overnight guests Sunday of Mrs. Wetzstein and on Monday they and Mrs. Wetzstein visited retlatiyes in Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Moore and family of 'St. Paul and Clair DeVaul, who is employed near Denison, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Moore. Mr, and Mrs. Ken Spurling took their daughter, Karen, to Des Moines Sunday, where she entered the Lutheran Hospital School of Nursing, as a scholarship student. She will live at the nurses' home at 706 Parnell Street. Her room is number 116. ***** til ************** from dale barton's f KEYBOARD >********************4 1 "I CRYSTAL GAZING: It's that time of year when benighted sports editors take a fanciful plunge into the unexpected and issue forecasts of upcoming football games. The record of this department a year ago left so much to be desired that the season's average was sealed and forgotten. . From the area schedule we have combed an even dozen games, all pre-selected (of course), and this is the way it could be: CARROLL over Manning. After a look at the disorganization occasioned by Tiger injuries before the season starts, it takes a little courage to vote against the Bulldogs. However, Coach John Beach lost heavily by graduation and his club probably won't jell for a few games. The Carroll boys are battling with their backs against the wall and that ofttimes makes a Tiger mighty mean. DES MOINES (DOWLING) over Kuemper. The Dowling Maroons are such sorry shape from graduation losses that the Kuemper coaching staff has volunteered to transport a load of crying towels to Des Moines for Coach : A1 DiMarco. It's really a sad plight. j-Dowling has lettermen, returning in every positiop except center. The Maroons also are weak, in reserves. Of course, they'll trot out about four teams and use the non- players as a cheering section. Kuemper is a great deal stronger this year and it's a shame they couldn't play the Maroons later in the season. HARLAN over Red Oak. Coach "Swede" Johnson has built another machine and the Cyclones are ready to roll. LAJJE CITY over Jefferson. The Eagles would like to atone for last year's; deadlock. The Rams, under Coach Ray Byrnes, are shy on experience. CHEROKEE over Ida Grove. This one might surprise me. Lou Bohnsack has made great strides but the question that remains is how far have the Hawks come? SAC CITY over Storm Lake. The Indians aren 't saying much this fall. They intend to let actions speak. Storm Lake is the first victim. • DENISON oyer Atlantic. This is strictly a shot in the dark. But we know, Max Liggett has a good squad from which to choose and that he can get a lot of gridiron mileage. MANILLA over Glidden. Our Coon Valley informants say Manilla is one of the powers in the conference. Glidden is under a new coaching • regime and this might be. too stiff a test too soon. GUTHRIE CENTER over Scranton. There's no question about Guthrie having the horses in the Coon Valley. But Scranton isn't, without. However, if Ron Brinkley doesn't win this one, he better destroy those press clippings. COON, RAPIDS over Bayard. A long rebuilding job at Coon might culminate in many surprises along the way this year. LAKE VIEW over Galva. You have to go with the run-away Black Hawks until somebody proves there is such a thing as a check rein. WALL LAKE over Odebolt. The Comets have made great strides jh recent years under Bob Simpson and they have the feel of the turf. However, one must remember that Odebolt is perennially strong. Just a guess. KUEMPER PICTURES: The official squad picture of the Kuemper High School football players will be published in Friday 's edition. Meantime, ticket sales are progressing well, Paul Murphy reports. The Knights are offering season -tickets for four home football games and nine home basketball games for only $5 per ducat. You can. get'them at the Uptown Club; Kisgen 's, Main Ice 'Cream. Candy Kitchen and Louie's NewsV stafld., , , i Martinez TKOs Baker In Dull Chicago Bout By CHARLES CHAMBERLAIN CHICAGO («—The best /fight at Chicago Stadium Wednesday night could have been between a trainer and a referee. As it was, Larry Baker, eighth ranking welterweight from New York, wound up restraining his handler, Jack Friday, from going after referee Bernard Weissman. This all happened after Baker lost to Vince Martinez,. No. 4 contender from Paterson, N.J.. on a technical knockout in the ninth round. Seven Dull Rounds After seven dull rounds, the national TV audience who stayed with it and the 1,108 ringsiders who groaned through it, got a treat. Martinez caught Baker with a terrific left to the face in the eighth. Baker staggered into a corner under a fusilade or rights and lefts with a vicious cut near his right eye pouring blood. Martinez Mistaken Weissman stepped- between them. Martinez apparently thought the fight had been stopped. But Weissman quickly looked at Baker's eye and moved away. Baker, no • longer reeling, lore after Martinez. He caught him with a looping right. Martinez* legs buckled. Baker smashed him at will, but the bell sounded before Martinez could be chopped down. Ordered Bout Stopped Between rounds, Dr. Irving Slott of the Illinois Athletic Commission, inspected Baker's eye. He told the referee to stop the fight. Baker was not permitted to come out of his corner for .the ninth, losing his first fight in his last dozen starts. Friday, a bulbous man, angrily rushed towards Weissman. Baker stood in front of him, holding him back until he cooled off. Martinez, a 12-5 favorite, was ahead- on points through the eight rounds. Long Arm of Law Floored John Saxfon NEWARK, N. J. UR - Former welterweight champion Johnny Saxton was knocked down by" the: long arm of the law on the New Jersey Turnpike Wednesday night. * Saxton, who tips the-scales at 142, was floored by State Trooper Anthony R. Shupin, a stocky 175- pounder who connected with a straight right to the jaw. After the 1 brawl, the two retreated to a neutral corner—the Newark Police Station — where Saxton was charged with.driving without a license, stopping' illegally on a ramp and assault and battery on an officer. Shupin said he saw Saxton's car parked on • a ramp and when ha pulled up to see what the matter was the former champ came out swinging. Saxton said: "I was lost on my way back from Philadelphia and was stopping to ask for directions. * "Then this patrol car came up and told me I cut him off. The guy who knocked me down started arguing with my wife. "I got out and told him it wasn't her fault whatever was wrong. I was the driver, and I guess I gestured. "That's when he hit me—with a sucker right. I never, saw it." It was the second time Saxton was deojced in a week. But the last time, when Joe Micelli Rat­ tened him in Philadelphia, it was for pay. New Yorkers End Visit at Vail (Timet Herald .Newt Sen-lee) VAIL — Francis Houlihan and Frank Moran returned to their home at Niagara Falls, N. Y., from a visit here with Mr. and Mrs. J, P. Lally. Mr. and Mrs. John Dolan and family of Dougherty, la., spent the weekend here with Mrs. Dolan's mother, Mrs. J. T. Walsh, and family. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Fitzsinv mons and family returned to Omaha after a few days' visit here with his father, J. F. Fitzsinv mons. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jackson. Bob Jackson and Eddie Blackmail were visitors Sunday in Sioui City. WINS PROMOTION Virgil J. Baumhover, whp has been in Korea since May, was promoted August 19 to the rating of Pfc. in the.U .,S. Afmy, according to information received here by relatives. Pfc, Baumhover is, a son of Mrs. Nellie .fiaumhover. of Route 2, Carroll, His wife is-.the former Mary Mahej:,": His address, is: Pfc. Virgil J. Baux ^fiover, E, R,sj 1745 3280. Cor C. 1st Battle dpi, 32nd Inf., APO 7 f San Francisco, Calif. • 1 Ten turf writers residing in the Baltimore-Washington area decide which American horses will be invited to the Laurel International. 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