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Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, September 4, 1959
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Two-Year Rebuilding Job- Lake City Hopes Dim By DALE RARTON Sports Editor (Second in Sorics on Midwest Conference) LAKE CITY — "We better win our first game ngainst Rockwell City next Friday night because from then on we will be in hot water all the way," football coach Jim Vunok said here this week as he surveyed a two-year rebuilding process. The Lake Ciiy Eagles, former FEED FEEDS Your Representative | in this area is I JAMES MORKl MANNING, IOWA Phone 01. 35243 rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Time* Herald, Carroll, la. 4% Friday, September 4, 19S9 power in the Twin Lakes loop, find themselves in the unenviable position of launching their first full-scale Midwest Conference season with only one starter returning from last year's club that won five and lost three. Lake City and Audubon join in the Midwest Conference grid chase for the first time this season. Both schools have competed in other loop sports, but this is the first year the newcomers have managed to schedule a full conference slate on the gridiron. Bob Kraft, a 150-pound senior guard, is the only starter from last year's club expected to draw an initial assignment for the Eagles this season. Good Underclassmen "We have a real good crop of Freshman-Sophomores who will play their own eight game schedule, but I may have to take at least four of those sophomores to round out a varsity team," Coach Yunek said. The Lake City mentor was very blunt in his appraisal of the forthcoming campaign. "I understand Harlan averages 200 pounds across the line and I can see no good reason in throwing our young Freshmen and Sophomores out there to be slaughtered," he said. "We intend to keep these kids in their own class so they can develop in another year or two. Meantime, we have a big rebuild­ ing process with our varsity candidates," he said. Sophomores who are tabbed for varsity action, as a matter of necessity, are Joe McCaulley, 170- pound end; Dan Johnson, 160- pound tackle; Bill Henderson, 145- pound end; and Larry Gamatz, 160-pound center. "Our biggest problem will be in scoring points," the coach explained. Speed Merchant "We have one back who is fairly fast in Richard Wenck. He has done : 10.2 in the 100-yard dash in track, but he isn't our best runner. Our best looking ball carrier has been Ben Golliher, and the best he has ever done in the 100- yard dash on the track is : 11.2," the coach said. The Eagles intend to throw quite a bit in the hopes they can keep the defense sufficiently loose to spring their ball carriers loose for long gains. Top passing prospect in pre-season drills has been Craig Colvig. Although Lake City has a 52- man squad working out, there are only six lettermen on the field. They include David Van Ahn, 170- pound senior tackle; Chuck Loeck, 180-pound senior center; Darrell Christian, 150-pound senior end; Ken Broich, 140-pound senior back; Colvig, 160-pound senior; and Kraft. Non-lettermen making a strong bid for a starting nod are Warren Gordon, at right guard; and Paul Packer, right tackle. Following the opener at Rockwell City, the Eagles will play Now! Brand ^ ew /| ff f|f f f 01 TV at Sporrer's 5-YEAR WARRANTY ON PRINTED CIRCUIT — WE SERVICE BRAND NEW Admiral TV Sets As low »« $200 par weak BUY WHERE YOU CAN GET SERVICE GUARANTEED Longest Trades Ever — Easy Terms SPORRER'S TV & APPLIANCES 9th and Salinger Open Every Night Except Sunday — Plenty of Free Parking Double Header at Dedham Park On Sunday Night DEDHAM — The two best softball pitchers In the state, Gene Knop and Paul Reberry, will lock up in a duel here Sunday night in the second game of a feature doubleheader, Don Plctchette said. Knop, the Schleswlg strong boy, is the ace of the Dedham Merchant* staff and has recorded 423 strikeouts this season. He was brilliant in the recent Roselle tournament as he hurled four shut-outs and allowed only one hit during the four games. That lone hit was a harmless bunt single that dropped in front of the plate. Reberry hurled the Sioux City Investors to the state championship in the recent state tournament in Boone. The Dedham vs. Sioux City game Is expected to get underway about 9 p.m., Plet- chette said. In the opener at 7:30 p.m., Dedham will play the Ames Night Hawks. Elmer Hoffman will pitch for Dedham and Bob Smith will be on the mound for Ames. The Dedham Merchants have a season mark of 33 wins and four losses. seven consecutive Midwest foes before winding up the season with Glidden-Ralston's Coon Valley powerhouse on Nov. 6. The Schedule: Sept. 11 — Rockwell City, away Sept. 18— Ida Grove, away Sept. 25—Jefferson, home Oct. 2—Denison, home Oct. 9— Sac City, away Oct. 16—Carroll, away Oct, 23—Harlan, home Oct. 30—Audubon, home Nov. 6 — Glidden-Ralston, away Duane Farreil Takes Position Here Duane Farreil has accepted a position with Robert S. Morrow, CP.A., in Carroll. Mr. Farreil, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Far­ reil, Carroll, has been awarded a Business Administration Diploma by the Commercial Extension School of Commerce. Omaha. He will begin his work Tuesday, Sept. 8. Mrs. Ward Byerly of Milwaukee, Wis., will arrive Saturday morning to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Smith, over the Labor Day weekend. . Opens Lost Chance Set Tonight By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports Writer Cleveland cither takes two of three in that last-chance series opening at Chicago tonight against the first-place White Sox, or they're nothing but a bunch of dead Injuns in the American League pennant .race. , It's as simple—or as tough—as that. Magic Number 18 A sweep would jump the White Sox 8 '2 games out front—enough to virtually lock up their first pennant in 40 years with 19 games to play. At the moment, their magic number is 18—any combination of Chicago victories and Cleveland losses totaling 18 gives it to the White Sox. Neither the White Sox, who named Early Wynn (17-9) to pitch tonight, nor the Indians, who picked rookie Jim Perry (10-6), played Thursday. In the only AL games scheduled, Baltimore beat Boston 5-4 on Bob Nieman's two home runs, and the Yankees whipped Washington 9-2 behind Art Ditmar, who had a no-hitter until Roy Sievers homered with two out in the seventh. The Nats finished with four hits. Scalp Artist Wynn, the old man with the young arm, has beaten the Indians eight times out of nine since they traded him to the White Sox two years ago. Perry, a fast-b ailing right­ hander, lost his only decision with Chicago in a duel won 2-0 by Dick Donovan last Saturday. The Sox have taken 13 of the 18 games played between the two contenders this season. After the Chicago series, they'll meet for one more game — Cleveland September 22. MAJOR LEAGUES By The Associated Press American League W. L. Pet. G.B. Chicago 82 50 .621 — Cleveland 76 55 .580 5M: New York ... 67 66 .504 MVz Detroit _ 66 67 .496 16M> Baltimore 63 67 .485 18 Boston 62 72 .463 21 Kansas City 59 71 .454 22 Washington .... 53 80 .398 29Vi National League W. L. Pet. G .B. San Francisco 75 58 .564 — Los Angeles - 73 61 .545 2 1 .i Milwaukee 70 62 .530 Ahi Pittsburgh 70 64 .522 5Vi Cincinnati 65 68 .489 10 Chicago 62 69 .473 12 St. Louis 63 73 .463 13'j Philadelphia 5(5 79 .415 20 FIRST FLEET . . . Cmdr. Otto Graham checks line tactics at the United States Coast Guard Academy in the famous quarterback's first as­ signment as a head conch. Centering the ball Is the veteran Ed Peel. The New London Cadets have put 74 candidates into the field. Bobcats and Indians Will Challenge Ames Fifth of a Series) L mi Men's Weai A Young Man's World of Fashions for Back-to-College . . . Andy Balk Men s Wear Features the Right Styles For Campus Bound Young Men ... COTTON IVY PANTS with Continental Styling When it comes to the new slack styles, you name it ... we have it Colors Black, Light Khaki, Black- Olive. Come, see, select. 4 99 Scotport Scot man by Puritan Sleeveless BUTTON COAT Doubly dashing Puritan's lambswool and orlon Scotport. 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Bold and conservative patterns. $29.95 $45.00 WE ARE FEATURING LATEST STYLES IN CAR COATS • JACKETS SUBURBAN COATS TOPCOATS • RAIN COATS • V4 LENGTH TOPCOAT- RAINCOAT By WAYNE SHAW Sports Editor Boone News-Republican BOONE (AP) — Marshalltown and Oskaloosa — both headed by new coaches—will challenge the perennial supremacy of Ames in the Central Iowa Conference this fall. Paul Jones, former Grinnell coach now at Marshalltown, has 13 lettermen back from last fall's team which won eight games and j lost only one. j Speedy halfback Craig Spencer, | only returning all-conference ! choice, will spark the Bobcats who ; lost only to Ames in 1958. ' ^1 All but three of the Marshall- [ town lettermen were offensive or ! defensive .starters. Steve H)ee gives the team power at fullback j and linebacker Wayne Paul keys i the defense. j Nine veterans are working out. at Oskaloosa under Dick Schmitt. a former aide who was elevated to the top spot. I Tied Ames I The Indians had a 6 -2 -1 mark in 1958 and put the only mar on Ames' conference record, a 21-21 tie. Shifting of passer Steve Duer-; meyer to halfback hints of a wide- ' open attack. Duermeyer threw for 315 yards and seven touchdowns last season. Bob DeCook, the team's top receiver last fall, returns at end. Tackle Jack Lewis heads the lineman along with guard Rex Blom. Ames again is faced with the rugged schedule which had the' Little Cyclones finish with u 5-3-1 mark last fall, the poorest in six years and only the third time since 1936 that Ames has lost three games. \ East Sioux City. West Waterloo. Burlington and Des Moines Hoose- i velt are Ames' non-conference • foes. . ' Fourteen lettermen form the 1 nucleus for what could be the 15th : league championship in 19 seasons ( for Coach Kenny Wells. He's won six straight and finished below second only four times. Huge Squad No league rival can match Ames in speed or depth. The 71-man squad includes transfer Mai McGinnis from Council Bluffs Abe Lincoln. He's a likely starter at guard. Quarterback remains a question but the Little Cyclones are two- deep in lettermen halfbacks and have power in fullback Mike Cox, a sophomore flash in 1938. Thirteen letter-winning linemen graduated, leaving center Steve Dreeszen, guard Craig Ritland and tackle Steve Rust as top hands. Eldon Peterson takes over at Grinnell with a fine quarterback in Denny lbbolson and seven other veterans. Chuck Deppe and Gary Miller are top-rated backs and guard Dave Abel and center Tom Lannom the cream of returning linemen. Coach Merle Harris has only six lettermen at Boone and will go with a basically junior line. Senior end Keith Ablett, one of three returning regulars, gives the Toreadors a topflight pass catcher. Halfback Brad Beckett and fullback Terry Ferry are the other returning regulars. Newton figures to have the league's biggest but slowest entry. Coach Russ Larson has shifted backs George Kingery and Bill Doane to guard slots to give the line more speed. Gary McClimen is back at quarterback where he showed promise last fall as a sophomore. Cords Chase Drysdale As Giants Gain By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports Writer If somebody's second-guessing Don Drysdale these days, it isn't the hitters. They've nailed him, and no doubt about it. It was Drysdale who paced Los Angojes' climb into the National League pennant fight, winning 10 ot 11 over two months and pitching the Dodgers within half a game of first place when he won his seventh in a row Aug. 8. But the big right-hander hasn't won since—and he's been tagged for nine home runs in 29 innings through that losing span. He had given up just 13 homers through his first 2011 innings while breezing to a 15-6 record. The St. Louis Cardinals. Clubbing back when big guy Joe Cunningham was plunked with a pitch after hitting a homer, belted Drysdale lor his fifth straight defeat, 5-3, Thursday night. The second-place Dodgers fell 2'z games j behind San Francisco. The Giants came from behind' for an 8-5 victory over the Chicago Cubs on home runs by 1-Jd Bressoud and the Willies — McCovey and Mays. It was the only other game scheduled in the NL. Drysdale. who popped oif recently about socond-gucsseis among Dodger coaches, almost touched off a brawl when he sidelined Cunningham, perhaps for several days, with a badly bruised forearm. Jersey Joe, hitting .350 and challenging Milwaukee's Hank Aaron (.358) for the bat title, hit a first-inning home run off Drysdale, then took a pitch on the right arm when he came up again in the third. Players from both benches stormed the mound as plate umpire Stan Landes advanced on Drysdale with a warning about close pitches. When things quieted down, Drysdale didn't. He walked Bill White, then was chased by Ken Boyer's three-run homer that gave the Cards a 4-2 lead. Bob Miller (3-2), a right-handed rookie, was the winner. He gave up two runs in the first, but then blanking the Dodgers on three hits until John Roseboro homered in the ninth. For Safety's Sak*/ {he your car every 1,000 Miles We Give Gold Bond Stamps MARVIN'S SINCLAIR SERVICE 1 Blk. East of Burke Motor Inn Open Evening* TIM 10 p. m. DIAL 9122 A Good Thought for Today: If you want to live to be 90, don't look for it on the speedometer. A Good Thought For Moving Day: Make your next move our move . . Awe'll get the goods there quickly and safely. Crouse Cartage Co. Carroll Phone 3528 no. 1 specialist in packing and moving ALLIED VAN LINES. kM Courteout Convenient Carrier LABOR DAY ARCADIA'S ANNUAL CELEBRATION SUN., SEPT. 6 and MON., SEPT. 7 Concessions - Entertainment - Kiddie Rides - Ferris Wheel Ferris Wheel 25c All Other Rides 10c Celebration Starts with a KIDDIE PARADE, Sunday, Sept. 6 AT 2:00 O'CLOCK P. *M. CASH PRIZES TO BE GIVEN IN FOUR DIVISIONS — Costumes, Shetland Ponies, Pets and Wheels. Age Limit: 15 years. Children from neighboring towns also invited to enter. Meeting Place: The Lot East of the Legion Hall at 1:30 p. m. All entrants will receive 2 Free Tickets for Rides. A Shetland Pony will be Given Away at 10 p. m. Sunday Night Every ticket on any ride will be a chance on the Shetland Pony. Winner must be present. Rides start after the Parade. Mondcr', Sept. 7 - Starting Time 6 p. m. Free Dance Monday Night JAY BELLAIRE AND HIS ORCHESTRA Sponsored By Arcadia Fire Department and American Legion Post

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