Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 3, 1959 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, September 3, 1959
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Accent on Fundamentals- Grid Hopes Soar In Denison Camp T"» _»— r% A . ___ *-v • _ a- »1 . ... By Dale Barton Sports Editor DENISO>J — The accent is on fundamentals here as Coach Max Timet Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, Sept. 3, 1959 Dale Mullen, a 160-pound junior, has been given the starting nod at quarterback and is expected to fill the air with footballs. "Mullen is a good passer and he Liggett and his assistants drive; we have rectified that by use of the Denison Monarchs through rug- a sled and blocking dummy," as- has three good targets in our two ged drills at West Brick field in ' sistant coach Jim Mathew said. cn ds anc j j n n 0 ger Siemer, our preparation for the high school [ "This year we will start the 1 fight halfback. The ends are' Dale football season. ! season with the boys fairly well Henningsen, 6' 1" junior and Jer"If we can get by the first two .grounded in the fundamentals of ry Undstrom. a six - footer, and names, we could be a real conten- blocking and tackling and that 1 (i, ev i, 0 th have good hands," Mader for the Midwest Conference ! should make a big difference," he , thow said. crown," Coach Liggett said. i sa 'd The Monarchs had a dismal season a year ago with only one vie Fair Size The Monarchs will have fair size Atlantic Opener Aside from his prediction of trou ble for conference foes, head coach os „ »„„ um.v out- ML- . , u anchorcd by Boh Beer-., . „ cry ;n seven conference encoun- : ,94-pound senior at right Liggett wouldn t speculate on nine ters. but spirit runs high this sea- k , { f ^ k , w , n b _ manned i game schedule that finds the Monson as underclassmen have shoved , ^ Mm Jp , 173 . p0Hnd 1unior . j archs entertaining peren n i a 11 y seniors from all but five, of the, • , d .„ , Mjk g tough Atlantic in the opener on starting assignments. , f d d Rod Sept. 11. After the Atlantic game. We were woefully weak on our nn ,.ii „„„;-,. the Denison team tangles with Ma- fundamcntals last year, hut we feel, -i ^-pw '«i bcmoi. I plcton before launching the con- m *t WORLD by Denison's only loss in the line | was the graduation of Steve Jones, i all conference center. His spot will j be taken over by Tom Walker, 155- pound senior. EDDIE HOEHL SIGNS FOR TRUCKS, WALLS, WINDOWS New Neon Signs and Repair Service. Free Estimate — Dial 9938 625 N. Crawford ference schedule The presence of 52 eager boys battling for starting positions ! causes sideline observers to feel .„.,,,, , , . ' the Monarchs won't be hurting for We should have good speed pers0 nnel when they clash with con- the backfiekl. Mathew said. j fcrenc _ l{arlan lda Grove Hying I-cot | and Jefferson . The assistant coach pins that prediction on the flying feet of Jim ; Moeller, left halfback. Last spring ,.. ,. . • , - - v.' Moeller was clocked in -.10.3 in the ' s P llt . hne 1S ^Pected to catapult 100-year dash and in :22.8 in the , ?_ e ™™ i_„ t !^.. l _ , "l_ of .. lhe C °. n A diversified offense featuring ; the basic T and the wing T with CHARGING LINE ... is expected to revitalize Denison's offense when the Monarchs open the high school football season against Atluntic in home opener on Sept 11. Shown here giving the line sled a workout and assistant coaches, left to right. Mike Potratz and Jim Mathew a ride, are Dale Henningsen, John Pagel, Mike Servoss, Rodney Klemke. Boh Bcerman and Jerry Llndstorm. Starting center for that unit will he Tom Walker. (Staff Photo) 220-yard dash "Moeller is definitely our fastest back, but we've got an excellent runner in Jerry Jeschke. a 155- pound fullback," the assis t a n t coach said. How Many Eggs- Will These Pullets Lay? ference race when the Monarchs open the Midwest season at Ida Grove on Sept. 25. The schedule: Sept. 11 — Atlantic, home Sept. 18 — Mapleton, home Sept. 25 — Ida Grove, away Oct. 2 — Lake City, away Oct. 9 — Carroll, home Oct. 16 — Sac City, home Oct. 23 — Audubon, away Oct. 30 — Jefferson, away Nov. 4 — Harlan, home # SMU Favored in # Southwest* Loop Shenandoah and Creston Choice of Hawkeye Loop (Fourth in a Series) Ry PHIL CHIMTZ Sports Writer Atlantic News-Telegraph ATLANTIC (AP>— A lively race winner lasi for the championship is expected fall with an unbeaten record; Atin the Hawkeye Eight Conference lantic, the runnerup; and Corning tliis fall as the loop enters its 30th are rebuilding year. Chisox Take Pair; Tribe Ends Losses By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports Writer Dick Donovan definitely is back, Ted Kluszcwski has delivered his first RBI and Chicago's White Sox hove a 5>_-game lead in the run for their first American League pennant in 40 years. They regained that bulge by sweeping Detroit 7-2 and 11-4 in a twl-night double-header Wednesday night. Donovan, the right­ hander who's had shoulder trouble, followed up last Saturday's clutch shutout against Cleveland with a four-hitter in the opener And Klu then singled to keep things rolling in an 11-run fifth inning that nailed the second game. Tribe Ended Skid Cleveland 's second-place Indians ended their skid at four games by beating Kansas City 6-3, although southpaw Herb Score failed again. New York skipped past Detroit into third place with a 4-3 victory over Washington, and Baltimore defeated Boston 4-0 behind the seven -hit pitching of Billy O'Dell. The White Sox gave Donovan a quick 7-0 lead in the opener with Sherm Lollar smacking Frank Lary (17-9) for a pair of two -run doubles. Donovan, who tired and gave way to reliever Gerry Staley in the ninth, had a one-hit shutout until the seventh inning, when Charlie Maxwell hit his 28th home run. Maxwell had three of the Tigers' four hits and drove in both runs, singling home the other in the eighth. Paul Foytack (13-12* had the pre-season nod because both have a^ multitude of regulars returning. Glenwood. Clarinda and Villisca I Sox blanked on three hits and led are knee-deep in lettermen and | 3-0 before they opened up for i will press for the title. j their 11 in the fifth—scoring 10 of Red Oak. surprise winner last! "em with two out. (One of a Series) By HAROLD V. RATLIFF DALLAS (API-Establishing a| R JERKY UDWIN avor. e in Southwes Conference i CIUCAG0 , A I>._White Sox fans ootball is tantamount to shoot,ng I, , ; and h t w fish in a barrel-its just luck if _ M ^. d _ f hj > ou score a hlt | Thev love him when he blasts a Coach Bill Meek of Southern • base hili w |,i c h is often, and when Methodist, showing uncommon j ne stl . ikcs out _ which llsua ii y is concern for the reputations of the; punctuated with a fearsome critics, thinks it would be foolhardy for them to pick his team to win the championship. .I-»Y iuai.cic.i in me couierenct Shenandoah and Creston get the are Jerry Trullinger at Clarinda Norris (Scooter) Hale at Glenwood and Ray Shearer at Villisca. John Hunter, dean of Hawkeye Eight coaches, is entering his 11th season at Atlantic. Other coaches are Rollin Dyer at Creston, John Bryant at Corning, Russ Benda at Red Oak and Tom Walker at Shenandoah. Favorite Role White Sox Fans Love Kluszewski Two Out Mayhem Al Smith got it started with his | 13th homer, and with two out. New coaches in the conference : Luis Aparicio and Nellie Fox singled. Jim Landis walked, loading the bases, and Klu then came through, touching off a string of six consecutive singles before Fox finished it off with a three-run triple. Rookie Joe Stanka was the winner. With the Tigers' streak ended at five, the Yankees took third by ! a half game, beating the Senators Thirteen lettermen put Creston' 011 Vo 8' Beri ' a ' s 18th homer-a in the co-favorite's role. The Pan- 1 two-run shot that broke a 2-2 tie thers will miss the fine play of \ 111 the «8hlh. Jim Coates <4-H B. J. Murphy Name Murphy to Head Kuemper's Sports Boosters B. J. (Bud) Murphy was chosen president of the Kuempcr Knights Round Table for the 1959-60 year. Murphy succeeds Cliff Cavanaugh who headed the organization last year. J. P. Meinhardt was returned to the position of treasurer. Following are the men who will sit at the Round Table as representatives of the various parishes that comprise Kuemper: Gene Rupiper (Templeton), Alois Irlbeck (Dedham), Art Greteman (Willey), Ed Lcnz (Lidderdale), Lowell Wuebker (ML Carmel), Alois Schrad (Maple River), Marvin Collison (Arcadia), Norbert Rupiper iRoselle), Lawrence Muhl- ibauer dlalbun. Dr. W. L. Ward | (St. Joseph). Art Cute (St. Peter 'and Paul' and Virgil Schroeder |'St. Lawrence 1 . The Round Table , is the governing body of the ' Kuemper High School Booster Club. This club is composed of all who hold season tickets. The membership last year was 965. The Round Table lias scheduled the first two activities for the coming year. The annual kickoff for football season ticket sales will be held at the Knight - gym September !S, at 8 p.m. The goal this year is 1000. Six admissions for the four home Kuemper games will be $1. A fifty car caravan under the auspices of the Round Table will travel to Webster City for the opening game of the year between the Lynx and the Knights on Friday. September 11. The caravan will leave Kuemper at 6 p.m. Giants Nip Cubs; Bucs By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports Writer Pittsburgh's Pirates finally have stumbled in that National League pennant race, stubbing their toes on a club they've walked all over this season. The Cincinnati Reds, who had won only 5 of IB from Pittsburgh, jolted the fourth-place Pirates twice with a 6-3 and 2-1 sweep in a twi-night double - header Wednesday night. A three-run hoWr by Willie Jones won the opener, ending the Pirates' latest winning string at five. Then Don Newcombe out- dueled Bob Friend in the second gtme. Trail by Five That spilled Pittsburgh five gi.mes behind San Francisco's first-place Giants, who defeated the Chicago Cubs 4-3 on Jackie Brandt's ninth-inning homer. Second-place Los Angeles stayed within games of the lead by beating St. Louis !>•(> after trailing by four runs. Philadelphia again beat Milwaukee. 11-5. Vern Law <1.VH> was the first- game loser for the Pirates, giving up singles by Gus Bell and Frank Robinson before Jones rapped his tie-breaking homer in the eighth against unbeaten reliever Elroy Face. Vada Pinson and Robinson also homered for the Reds. Brandt's 12th homer, off losing reliever Don Elston < t>-7». handed Sam Jones his 18th victory for the Giants, tying teammate Johnny Antonelli and Milwaukee's Lew Burdette for the major league lend. Felipe Alou, counting the first run with a sacrifice fly. and rook ie Willie McCovey also homered for the Giants. Dodger Comeback The Dodgers blew a 1-0 lead when the Cardinals scored five unearned runs in the third inning, three on Curt Flood's homer. They finally put it away against reliever Bob Duliba (0-1 > with two runs in the sixth on Gil Hodges' single and a double by Charlie Neal. swim In their eyes. National Let i win tne championship i "' •>••"«"<•>< i^-ugue nuuneiuacK roie win De nuea oy i lllc ^nuies Meek does admit that it should 1 H ?""™ K,uszcwski «'» do '?° n -Jesse., former Council Bluffs, second against .i. . i. . . I lie WlOIlg. ! Thomas . effpr«nn 011H nthav __ui '_-10J Doll I PS All-State Tom Hertz, who enrolled at Missouri University, but the quarterback role will be filled by won it in relief. (12-16) lost it. The Orioles got i be the best team he's had in his I rw.,;m„ ,i,<•-. ,i ,u- ' ",' " ....... v,...^. coachine career and he further' PohS,lhl >- tlu 'y feel ,llls moU11 " players are backs Bob Embree i , .. .. . „ .. ... 'tain of muscle Irom Areo. Ill i.-i admits that Southern Methodist VITAMASH 1 Pullet Developer will assure maximum production Feed VITAMASH Pullet Developer from 7 weeks until ready for laying rations. Gives your pullets the essential nutrients for maximum growth and ,for maximum development during this important period. . • , can. if necessary, hoist the entire Schrodt and lineman Jim Mona- should be one of the favorites but j C hica_*o White Sox ball club upon han and Bob Johns, he thinks Texas Christian and his broaci s | 1(m idcrs and carry the Shenandoah lost only two line- Texas should be ranked right . •• along with him. The critics, however, are going for the Mustangs with their great. p ar k Aug. 25. The P passer and quarterback, Don rates had dealt him Meredith. itional League where he was plod- SMU Strong ding in unappreciated mediocrity Obviously SMU should be strong | through his 13th major league sea- There are 25 lettermen and the son Camilo Pascual two runs in the Tom Brewer Thomas Jefferson end Other key \ doubles by Bob Boyd and Barry Shetronc, a walk, bunt and an error did it. The Indians came from behind and beat Ned Garver « 9 -11 > with five runs in the third as Tito of muscle from Argo, 111., Larry Seckington and Dave 54 500 16 t lti 1 - 18'a . 20' 2 i .4!)(i .481 .4fiti team across the finish line to the backers from the team which tied , Francona lined a two-run single American League pennant. Red Oak last fall. Gary Larson and Woody Held counted two more Big Klu lumbered into Comiskey , quarterbacks the team. Jim Gam-! witn a double. Gary Bell (15-11) „- n iUsbur „ h Pi . , jle is the leading rusher and vv . on k with nine innings of five- from the Na- Keith Craig is considered the !lit relief after Score was chased u " " ' ' ' " 'with two runs in, the bases load- aig standout lineman. Veteran Club Clarinda has 11 lettermen back lom last year's team which fin­ ed and none out in the first. ^"STl^ .' = « WSJ SS: .Unraitked Tiger beats Armstrong erans. Vernon Washington, loaded with speed, paces the backs. Gary Schoening. an all-conference choice last fall, will spark "In bulk or bags — delivered to your farm" BUYmtTrvvvvar »_r_>_^^ STORM LAKE IOWA DIRECT 4SAVI yiTAMASH FEEDS Your Vitamash representative BOB LUCHTEL Phone 3497 — 1852 Benjamin St., Carroll • •••••••• league with Meredith, Glynn | big Klu was hitting 423, high on Gregory. Bill Polk. Frank Jack-: t| lc team. son, Tirey Wilemon and Jim "The first base job is his." says Welch packing a threat in every, Manager Al Lopez. "He reported ence cnoice last tail, wilt spark move. The line appears most ex- j here in a great frame of mind. ; Glenwood. which has 11 veterans cellent, too. j a nd he looks really good at the . returning. Texas Christian, defending \ plate." | Villisca prospects are the bright- champion, has the most veteran j "Klu, Klu," Sox fans shout en-; est in several years, and the Blue- couragingly as the 6-foot-2 former jays are aiming at a first division Indiana University football star berth. The Jays have 11 letter- stalks to the plate. men returning, with all but one He has terrified opposing infield- starting at times last fall. Dennis ers with a barrage of whistling : Christie, the team's leading scor- line drive singles. , er in 1958 and linemen Russ North..„,,.._ . Since the spring of li )5fi. when rup and Larry Lines are the more backfield prospects in Mike he was playing with Cincinnati, , team standouts. Cotton, Jim Sexton and Jack Col-; Klu has been bothered oil and on '. Two speedy backs head grid lins. The Longhorns expect to be. by a slipped disc. 'fortunes at Corning. Gary Rich- fast and boast more scoring pow -j "But it doesn't bother me now," ards, one of southwest Iowa's faster than the 1058 team that dis-; he declares. "Exercise is the best est sprinters, and Lowell Thomas thing for it. And now that I'm are standouts among the seven playing regularly, 1 feel fine." lettermen back. ] strength. Coach Abe Martin has experienced Horned Frogs run- I ning out of his ears with 29 lei' termen, 28, of whom were on the i 1058 title squad. I Texas comes up with 23 lettermen and three outstanding sopho- tinguished itself by giving Oklahoma a beating. CAMDKN, N.J. (APt - Vn- ranked Dick Tiger, the British Empire champion, has handed fifth-ranked middleweight Gene (Ace) Armstrong his first pro loss. But the optimistic Armstrong feels defeat has some blessings. "I'll be more relaxed, and my future opponents might be less aggressive," he said. "I won't have a winning record to keep going and they won't have one to knock off." Tiger's decision over Armstrong in their 10-round nationally televised fight Wednesday night at Convention Hall was Gene's first defeat in 18 fights. MAJOR LEAGUES By The Associated Press American League W. L. Pot. G.B Chicago ... 82 50 .621 — Cleveland 7ti 55 .580 New York tirt (Hi Detroit (iti (!7 Baltimore R2 87 Boston ti2 71 Kansas City 59 71 .454 22 Washington 53 79 .402 29 Thursday Schedule Washington at New York Boston at Baltimore Only games scheduled Wednesday Results New York 4, Washington 3 Cleveland 6, Kansas City 3 Baltimore 4, Boston 0 Chicago 7-11. Detroit 2-4 Friday Schedule Baltimore at New York (N) Boston at Washington >N) Kansas City at Detroit Cleveland at Chicago iN> Dedham Wins Roselle Tourney ROSFLLF — John Werner's two- out fifth inning single plated Wilbur Werner with the winning run ii .s Dedham won the Roselle softball tournament,,l-i). here Wednesday night. Wilbur Werner ignited the rally with a triple with one away. Gene Knop hurled a no-hitter for the winners as lie recorded his fourth shut-out in the tourney. Providence edged Irwin. 1-0. in Die consolation game. GET THE "MOST" FOR THEIR SHOE DOLLARS E THE MEN WHO J. MEN'S LOAFER with new Velcro closer to keep shoe fitting snugly. Swirl pattern. $11.95 . NEW TORMEO Continental style loafer In black or brown polished calf. $11.95 1. ITALIAN LOAFER In black calf in new popular Swirl pattern. $10.95 LVES IN DUFFY'S SHOES "Tttft ^ RAND Shoe DUFFY'S BOOTERY 4. YOUNG MEN'S TAN CHUKKA BOOT with popular moc toe, oil tan upper, plenty rugged for all around school wear. $10.95 MEN'S WING TIP In the new black or brown polished calf. $11.95 Schoendienst Makes First Trip to the Plate MILWAUKEE <APi - "Schoendienst batting for Pizzaro" came over the loudspeaker al the Milwaukee County Stadium Wednesday night. With a roar 18,047 fans got to their feet and cheered Red Schoendienst who went into a Milwaukee Braves game for the first time since he was stricken with tuberculosis last winter. He batted for Juan Pizarro and grounded out, but the crowd didn't mind as the Braves were taking a bad beating—finally losing 11-5. Red's appearance gave them something to cheer about. "I had more butterflies than I ever had," the popular second baseman said with a grin afterwards. "It was truly a big moment. I "It makes a guy happy to have everyone pulling for you when j youVe down. I San Francisco Los Angeles Milwaukee Pittsburgh Cincinnati Chicago St. Louis Philadelphia National League W. L. Pet. G.B. 74 58 .5lil 73 GO .5-19 70 62 .530 70 84 .522 85 68 .489 62 68 .477 62 73 .459 56 79 .415 4 5 9 ',2 11 134 19' i Thursday Schedule St. Louis at Los Angeles iN) Chicago at San Francisco Only games scheduled Wednesday Results San Francisco 4, Chicago 3 Philadelphia 11. 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