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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 9, 1959
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t Yankee Reign Ended— White Sox Pad Lead By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports Writer Chicago's White Sox set off on tbeir last long road trip today, packing a five-game lead with 16 to play. And that chuckle in the background is Early Wynn—the cur who was too old to be much btip in the American League pen- rant race. It was spring when most of the puys who pick the pennant winners made that mistake. Casey Siencel and his New York Yankees were going to win again in the AL. The White Sox. with Wyrn drawing spot assignments at most, might finish second, but more likely would come in third, behind Detroit or Cleveland. 19 Wins Now it's September and Wynn. Pt 39 years, eight months and three days, has won 19. tops in the AL, and has beaten every club in the league for the first time since 1956. He did it Tuesday night, winning his third in a row with a 3-2, 10-inning decision over Kansas City. It was the only game scheduled in the majors. It also was the White Sox' 86th victory—eliminating all the other clubs except second-place Cleveland and officially ending the Yankees' run as champions. The seventh-place A's, who now have lost 11 in a row, were the only club Wynn hadn't beaten this TlmM Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, Sept. 9. 1959 season. Fact is, they had whipped him three times this year. I Extra Inning i They almost got him this time, i too. Shut out on three singles for eight innings, the A's scored twice in the ninth for a 2-1 lead before the White Sox tied it and then put it away in the 10th for their 33rd victory in 43 one-run decisions and their 12th in 14 extra- inning games. The White Sox open a nine-game trip through the East with Bob Shaw <14-6> facing Washington's Tex Clevengcr (7-3) tonight. The Indians are at Baltimore for a twi-night doublcheader, with Jack Harshman < 5-9) and Jim Perry (10-7) opposing the Orioles' Milt Pappas (14-7) and Hec Brown ' 9-7 1 . Drysdale on Spot As Bums Host Phils By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports Writer Don Drysdale, the National League's iNo. 1 pitcher little more than a month ago, now is the No.l guy on the spot as the pennant race turns into the final three weeks. The big right-hander, whose sidearm stuff puffed Los Angeles into contention, hasn't won in a month. Unless he comes back, the Dodgers is dead. Since his last victory—a five-hit 4-2 job on Milwaukee that gave him seven in a row and pushed the Dodgers within a half-game of first place on Aug. 8—Drysdale has lost six straight and the Dodgers rune skidded into a tie for second with Milwaukee, three games behind San Francisco. Drysdale has failed to put away a complete game in six starts and twice has been a loser in relief. He has been charged with the loss in almost half of the Dodgers' defeats '15) in that span. Now 15-12, Drysdale gets another crack at junking the slump tonight when the Dodgers open their final, two-game series with last-place Philadelphia at Los Angeles. Like the Giants and Braves, the Dodgers have 17 games remaining. Cyclone Mentor Who Beat Hawks Dies of Cancer j MALTA, 111. (AP) - George jVeenker, 65, former football coach i and athletic director at Iowa j State, died of cancer here Tuesday. I Veenker was coach the last time ! the Cyclones played Iowa. That | was in 1934 when they upset the ; Hawkeyes 31-6. Veenker spent five years on the staff of Coach Fielding Yost at Michigan before going to Iowa ; State in 1930. In 1935, he became athletic director and held the post j until he retired in 1945. j Veenker coached basketball at j Michigan in 1929-30. During his I tenure as athletic director he pro| moled the federal WPA relief pro- j ject in the depression years that gave Iowa State it's golf course, j Veenker is survived by his widow. They had no children. ! The Giants, with their three- game lead packed away in the lost column, open a two-game series with Pittsburgh at San Francisco while the Braves play the first of two with St. Louis at Milwaukee. The American League race puts the two contenders on the road, j Chicago's White Sox, padding ; their lead to five games with a ; 3-2. 10-inning victory over Kansas : City in the only game scheduled Tuesday night, open a nine-game trip at Washington. Second-place Cleveland gets started on a 13- game tour with a twi-night pair at Baltimore. * from dale barton's KEYBOARD TIGER HOPEFULS: , the so-called multiple offense which Carroll High's thin line of grid-, combines the deceptiveness of the ders will be strengthened by a pair i '\ with the devastating blocking of of fast-coming juniors and a top the single wing, freshman prospect. Coach Gene! * * * Macomber said Wednesday. i GAME WANTED: D. E. Kristcnscn, jithletie ill"We have a pair of junior halfbacks who will play a lot of ball. They are right behind our starters," he said. Coach Macomber referred to Dave Wenck and Terry Kroeger. "I don't expect them to replace Jon Lane and Leonard Snyder, but they will be able to give the starters a few breathers," he said. But the most enthusiastic note to come out of the Carroll camp this week concerns a five-foot-nine- inch 195-pound freshman transfer [ from Nebraska. He is Pat Jones, a tackel candidate. | "He won't break into the starting 1 lineup over Ron Fricke and Jack Hays, but he gives us the type of depth we need in the line. This boy definitely will see lots of action this fall," Coach Macomber said. After a weekend of offensive emphasis, the Tigers turned their attention to defense in drills here Tuesday. "We have to get ready for both the T-formation and the single wing," Coach Macomber said. Although the Tiger mentor didn't mention the fact, it is also apparent he is concerned over the possibility of running up against PEAS... Reunion Reg. 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Churdan and Breda (St. Ber­ nard's' are the only area teams involved and they both play at the same site, Churdan. Breda will play Somers (Cedar Valley 1 on Sa'.urday at 1:30 p.m. and Churdan will tangle with Paton on Saturday ai :i p.m. Since only four teams are involved in the Churdan tournament, the finals will be played next Monday at 3 p.m. * * * GOLF WINNERS: Lyle Arp and C. T Bennett tied for championship honors in the annual Labor Day tournament at the Manning - Manilla Country Club The playoff was won by Bennett. Flight winners included Harold Hoffman, Arp. August Band o w, John Hornberger and Bennett. APPRECIATION ... of a job well done was recorded here Tuesday night when Fr. Leo Lenz, of Kuemper High presented a plocque to Cliff Cnvanntigh, retiring president of the Knights of the Round Table. The presentation was made at a kick-off drive on football season ticket sales. A total of 170 ticket sellers pledged a goal of 1,000 sales. The drive is under the direction of B. J. Murphy, new president of the Round Table, and will conclude on Saturday. Kuemper's home opener will be against Manning on Sept. 2(i. Other home games are Omaha (Holy Name), Oct. 2; Sioux Falls (Cathedral), Oct. 21; and Algona (C.arrigan) on Nov. 6. (Kuemper High Photo) Cherokee Favored to Top Lakes Conference (F.iKth in Scries) MAJOR LEAGCKS By The Associated Press American League W. L. Pet. G.B. Chicago Cleveland Detroit New York Baltimore ] Boston Kansas City Washington 8(1 52 80 5fi 69 ti9 68 69 .623 .588 5 .500 17 .496 174 66 69 .489 18' s (W 74 .464 22 59 77 .434 26 56 02 406 30 Wednesday (James Chicago at Washington < N l Kansas City at New York (N> Detroit at Boston <N> Cleveland at Baltimore '2. twi- night i Thursday Games Kansas City at New \ ork Chicago at Washington 'N' Detroit at Boston Cleveland at Baltimore 'Nl National League W. L. 1VI G.B. San Francisco 77 60 .562 — Los Angeles 74 63 .540 3 Milwaukee 74 63 .540 3 Pittsburgh 71 68 .511 7 Cincinnati 66 71 .482 11 Chicago 6"- 70 .481 II St. Louis 64 75 .460 14 Philadelphia 59 no 424 19 Wednesday Games Cincinnati at Chicago '2» Pittsburgh at San Francisco St. Louis at Milwaukee »N> Philadelphia at Los Angeles ' N) Thursday Results St. Louis at Milwaukee Cincinnati at Chicago '2» Philadelphia at Los Angeles > N • Pittsburgh at San Francisco By HOYT LUITHLY Spurts Editor. Esthciville News rJSTUKKVII.LK 1 AI' 1 - Cherokee is favored to repeat as champion of the Lakes Conlerence. Coach Burce Pickford has II !et- termen back, including live starters from the I'.Mt team The Braus' ullease will be directed by veteran quarterback Dick Orchard. Halfbacks Doug Lundsgaard and Charley Cunningham add speed to the attack End Mike Gianopoulos. 200 pounder who is 6 feet 5, heads the i line which includes veterans center Mike llolderness, tackle Dale Allen and guard Hon Griffith. ; Tup Contenders I Spencer and Sheldon appear lo be the top challengers lor the conference title. I Spencer won but two names last year out Coach Bill Cook has 15 lettermeii back, including several bulky linemen. Standouts include back.s .Inn Jackxin, Gary Hugho, Jim Koehnk, Gary Jones and Hon Bailey and linemen .lull Easloi) and Mel Meyer Coach John Tillo has 12 \etcr uns returning troni last year's Sheldon team which finished fourth in the league. All-Conference tackle Bob Zoet heads the line. Einnicl-hiirg lust many ol I.N year's .standouts by graduation but could be a contender. Coach Clint Stille has eijjlit lottermen back, including quarterback John Hall Storm Lai Tryon, will build Gary Sliefcrt and Hoffman. Only foui starters returned Holes ih Esthers die must at end and tackle challenger. Coach ard> team lacks baeklield \ derails coached by Bill around guard halfback Jim of last year's Line I ill \aeaneies to become a George Kich- specd but has Kim kiuitscn, Jay Johnston and Ken Vaubel back. John Moklostad and Leo Anderson are standouts in the line. The only new coach in the conference is Kay Beal at Spirit Lake. He inherited eight lettermen, including backs Stan Lawyer and Dan Foote. Top linemen are tackle Dennis Koppen. guards Gary Moore and Rich Sclnndler and center Dallas Singer. Sibley lacks size and speed. Coach Milt Marvin says, although nine letlermen are working out. Only two interior line \cteraiis are on the squad MOVING Local and Nation Wide Storage — Crating — Packing Ph. Day 2540 Ph. Night 2618 Carroll, Iowa John Vanderheiden Moving Agent* for North American Van Lines, inc. the patented Eddie Cantor first appeared on stage in vaudeville at the Clinton Music Hall. 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