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Your Store of Service Carnoll — Dedham — Templeton Nine Games Top Sector Grid Slate The local sports spotlight will be focused on nine area gridirons tonight as the 1959 high school football season gets underway in the west central Iowa sector. Primary interest in Carroll will center on the fortunes of the Kuemper Knights at Webster City and the prowess of the Carroll Tigers at Manning. Loop Clashes Area games that will evoke considerable interest include a pair of Coon Valley conference clashes. Glidden-Ralston's runner - up club will trek to Manilla for the first big game in the Coon Valley loop. Coach Bob Miller will field a relatively inexperienced backfield behind a formidable line. If the Wildcats get past Manilla's veteran club, the chase to overtake Exira will be in focus for the remainder of the campaign. J. The other Coon Valley clash pits up and coming Bayard against a Coon Rapids club that was pretty well riddled by graduation. Yardsticks Area games that are expected to give a solid indication of abilities POTENT KUEMPER OFFENSE ... Is portrayed by Knights In this pre-gnmc picture as Coach Frank Sovich readied his crew for invasion of Webster City tonight. The Kucmpcr mentor listed 13 players as probable starters and will be confronted with the job of whacking two off the list when the Knights take the Held against the highly-regarded Lynx at 7:45 p.m. Shown here deployed in the unbalanced single wing formation, strong to the right, are linemen, left to right, Jim Goetzinger, Jnck Schleisman, Tom Champion, Paul Collison, *>m Schlcisman. Larry Brown, Tom Dolezal and Vcrn Henkcnius. In the backfield, left to right, are Fred Dolezal, Steve Macke, Dale Wenck, Jerry Gehllng and Denny Gate. Tonlght'i fame wiU be the first contest in a rugged nine game schedule that finds the Knights travelling to Des Moines next Fridny nighf*to meet the Dowllng Maroons. First Kucmper home game will be here on a Saturday, Sept. 26, when the Knights host the Manning Bulldogs. A caravan of cars filled with Kuemper boosters is scheduled to leave Kucmpcr Auditorium at 5:45 p.m. today and travel to Webster City in a convoy. The caravan will be escorted out of Carroll by the police and will be met by a police escort at Webster City. (Staff Photo) Giants Falter; Lead Fairfield Shaved to Two Games l ayo \ ed [n , Southeast 6 By ED WILKS I Braves bounced back for their j Associated Press Sports Editor 'four, scoring three on Hank FAIRFIELD (AP)—Coach Fros- Things don't look good for San Aaron's double after losing reliev-: ty Westering's Fairfield Trojans- Francisco's Giants in that Nation- jer Lindy McDaniel (14-12) had ! with 10 veterans back—are fain the Southeast Six Don McMahon '5-2) won it with victories a and Los Angeles pitchers back in 1 officially eliminated the seventh include the Lake City clash with ; al Lca S lie pennant race. Not with, loaded the bases with three con- 1 vored to w Rockwell City When the Eagles tne Milwaukee Braves riding a | secutive walks. | Conference I trek to Rockwell Citv thev will be five-game streak after two perk ...... taking the first step in a rebuilding "P- come-from-behmd victories a one-hit two-inmng mopup that program. This game can answer many questions. Pomeroy invades Scranton and the outcome will indicate the extent of a rebuilding job at Scranton. Ar-We-Va hosts Dunlap in a big Sox and Tribe Lose; Magic Number Now U • business. | The Braves and Dodgers, tied for second, trimmed San Frani Cisco 's lead to two games Thurs- jclay as the Giants and 1!)-game ' winner Johnny Antonelli blew a place Cards from the race. The Pirates, who had lost four ir. a row, caught the Giants with this season for the Chicago White Sox. Bud Daley is 15-12 for Kan- football championship. 1 sas City. Hoyt Wilhelm is 14-11 Fort Madison and Mount Pleas-; for Baltimore. All three have win- ant probably will be the leading ning records over Cleveland, challengers. | So what? So it's a bit ironic Fairfield finished second in the that the Indians, who once owned conference in 1958. Top backs in- all three, now are so hard up for c'.ude Dave Steward, Roger! pitching while trying to stay alive By ED WILKS the White Sox. who were belted Associated Press Sports Writer tl-2 by Washington but reduced Early Wynrt has a 19-9 record their magic number to II. New York regained third place with a 12-1 romp over Kansas City, the A's 13th straight loss, while Detroit dropped to fourth with a 7-.'t defeat at Boston. Killebrew's 10th The White Sox wore knocked over by three Washington home runs that backed a four-hitter by four runs in the seventh. An error 1 Sr-hock, Jerry Swafford and Del in that .Vmer ican League pennant Camilo Paseual (15-10'. Harmon game at Westside. Odebolt will be 3" 1 lead and losl 5 " 3 t0 Pittsburgh. at Wall Lake in an important clash for the Comets. Battle Creek will be at Lake View and the outcome Dodgers Keep Pace Milwaukee moved in with a four-run seventh inning that beat by Danny O'Connell let in the tying run and Bob Clemente then put it away with a two-run single. Vern Law (16-9) went all the way for the victory. will be viewed as an indication of ; St. Louis 7-4. And Los Angeles the power of the Black Hawks, j kept the pace with a 5-0 job on Carroll invades Manning with a; Philadelphia as Roger Craig gave 2H-member travelling squad and no injuries reported for any of the Tigers. The Tigers are admittedly thin, as are the Bulldogs, and unit substitutions will not be in effect. Observers accord the Carroll club a slight edge. the Dodger staff two consecutive I , . three-hit shutouts and a string of • icafi0 23 scoreless innings. Cincinnati split a pair at Chicago, winning 10-4 before the Cubs took a 7-3 decision. Craig <8-5i, a right-hander who hadn't put away a complete game , against the Phillies in 10 tries ! since 1956, faced the minimum 18 men over the last six innings while matching Don Drysdale's three-hit job of Wednesday night. The Dodgers beat Don Cardwell (9-8' with a pair of unearned Crowded Entry List For Iowa Open Meet OKOBOJI (AP)—Brooks Country Club course will be a crowded place for three days with an ex-, pected entry list of more than 200 j runs in the first inning on an er- for the Iowa Open Golf tourna- 1 ror, walk and Norm Larker's sin- ment opened Friday. I Rle Their other three came in the There already were 165 on hand fifth when Maury Wills, who had for the best-ball tuneup Thursday, four of their seven hits, and Veteran pro Wally Ulrich and Ted Charley Neai each tripled. Hall of Austin, Minn, won the Braves Bounce Back event with a pro-amateur card of i Milwaukee built a 3-0 lead fa. Ulrich shot a 65 and Hall a | against Larry Jackson, who had 70 j shut out the Dodgers and Giants Defending champion Ray Good- 1 in his last two starts, but the ell of Kansas City, and Matt Za-! Cards took a 4-3 lead with three dalis, Omaha professional, were • runs in the seventh against Juan second, each with a 66. Pizarro and Bob Rush Then the MAJOR LEAGUES By The Associated Press American League W. L. Pet. G.B 87 53 .621 — 82 70 70 67 65 59 57 57 69 70 71 75 79 83 .590 .504 .500 .486 .464 .428 .407 44 164 17 19 22 27 30 Cleveland New York _.. Detroit Baltimore ... Boston Kansas City Washington Friday Games Chicago at Baltimore (2 night» Cleveland at Washington <N> Kansas City at Boston (N) Detroit at New York Thursday Results New York 12, Kansas City 1 Boston 7, Detroit 3 Washington 8, Chicago 2 Baltimore 6, Cleveland 1 Saturday Games Detroit at New York Cleveland at Washington Kansas City at Boston Chicago at Baltimore Swan. The line is headed by tack- race that they're going to give in- lo Allen Chezum. end Joe Dobson fielder Granny Hamner another &nd center Jerry Chezum. crack at it. Defending champion Mount Hamner tried once before. One Pleasant has 14 lcttcrmen back of the Whiz Kids who brought the but only five were starters on last', National League pennant to Phila- ycar's championship tram. ' dolphia in 1950, he look a shot Fullback Steve Young and half- at pitching with the Phils in 1956 back Dick Dougherty will key the because of an ailing shoulder attack behind a line which in- that gave him trouble when he eludes veterans end Roger Wehrle batted. and tackle Terry Jacobs. | The experiment didn't work. He f or two of Cleveland's hits. Woody Fort Madison expects to have pitched just nine innings in four, Held doubled for the other one of the fastest backfields in games over two seasons for an 0-1 ' the conference with John Froy at record. String Stopped Wilhelm, the knuckleballing 1 Killebrcw, tying Cleveland's Rocky Colavilo for the AL lead with his 40th, Jim Lemon and Lennie Green tagged the homers, all two-run shots. Dick Donovan (9-8 1 was the loser. | Wilhelm missed a shutout over the Indians in the eighth inning on a walk, two passed balls and an infield out. Huss Nixon singled twi- National League quarterback and Keith Mcller and Den Leach at halfbacks. Centerville is rebuilding Quarterback Steve Greenlcaf and halfback Jim Thomas are among the veterans. Washington has 12 lettermen working out and could be the darkhorse of the league. Halfbacks Steve Eat6n and Mike McCormick are standouts on the Kloomfield team. Brooks Robinson drove in four runs for the Birds, hammering a three-run homer in the eighth off reliever Herb Score. He doubled right-h a n d e r Cleveland didn't nome tnc j r n,. sl Iun as they want, hung the Injuns up to dry score d three in the fourth against again Thursday night, clipping i oser Ca l McLish U7-8' their winning streak at six with, 1 a three-hitter as Baltimore beat the second place Tribe 6-1. That|t left Cleveland 44 games behind W. L. Pet. G.B San Francisco 78 61 .561 — Los Angeles 76 63 .547 2 Milwaukee 76 63 .547 2 Pittsburgh 72 69 .511 7 Cincinnati _ 69 72 .489 10 Chicago 66 73 .475 12 St. Louis 64 77 .454 15 Philadelphia 59 82 .418 20 Church Youth Rally at Swan Lake Sunday The Junior High Westminster Fellowship of the Carroll Presbyterian Church will hold a rally for members and parents in Swan Lake State Park at 4:30 p.m. Sunday. New officers and commissioners of the Senior High Fellowship will be installed in the sanctuary of the church at 5:30 p.m. Sunday. Refreshments will be served afterward in the undercroft. Parents are Breda Captures Diocesan Crown BREDA - The Breda Bobcats 1 captured the annual fall Diocesan ; baseball championship here : Wednesday and set their sights on \ the fall sectional tournament open-1 ing at Churdan on Saturday at : 1:30 p.m. j I Gary Determan hurled a two-hit ' shutout as the Bobcats edged Larchwood, 1-0, in the Diocesan final. 1 Breda won the game in the fourth inning when Ken Wittry : scored on Roger Buxton's two-out SCHOOL W eans STUDY- needs Eyesight is Priceless- Light is Cheap! You might get an argument from most youngsters about the value of homework. But wise parents know it takes that extra spare- time study to sharpen the wits, the memory and learning to compete in this modern age of education. Good light is naturally important to study —and so cheap—it's foolish to skimp. For example,- a 150-watt bulb will burn nearly 2 hours for just a penny. • Lighting in many forms serves hundreds of purposes, but for close work, like studying and reading, a LAMP or proper wattage is needed. Give your child a lamp of his very own ... one that is designed for SIGHT as well as appearance You'll see how it will stimulate his interest in homework . . . and protect the only pair of eyes he'll ever own. SEE LAMPS AT YOUR DEALER Iowa Public Service Company Friday Games Cincinnati at Milwaukee (N) St. Louis at Chicago Pittsburgh at Los Angeles (2, twi-night) Philadelphia at San Francisco iN) Thursday Results Cincinnati 10-3, Chicago 4-6 Milwaukee 7, St. Louis 4 Pittsburgh 5, San Francisco 3 Los Angeles 5, Philadelphia 0 Saturday Games Cincinnati at Milwaukee St. Louis at Chicago Philadelphia at San Francisco Only games scheduled IN OMAHA HOSPITAL The address of Mrs. Joe Turner. Dedham, who entered the hospital Friday and underwent sur- invited. A senior High Fellowship double, retreat for 4:30 p.m. Sunday. Sep- The Bobcats disposed of Clare, tember 20, at Swan Lake State 1-0: Bancroft (St. John's*, 4-3; Park, land Fonda (OLGC>, 5-2, to advance to the final round. DISTRICT PARLEY The Boone District Conference Determan has been given the starting assignment on the mound it of the Methodist Church will be when Breda opens sectional play held at Perry Sunday afternoon. 1 against Somers (Cedar Valley) at Registration at 2:30 p.m. will be' Churdan on Saturday. followed by the opening service at! ^———— 3. Workshops will be held at 4:30 for commission members, lay leaders, church school superintendents, presidents of women's societies, and members of the youth fellowship. An evening meal is scheduled at 5:30 and a service of enlist- FEED SQUEALER FEEDS Your Representative in this area is i JAMES MORK MANNING. IOWA Phone 01. 35243 ment at 6:30 as event of the day. the concluding Don't be born with a silver spoon in your mouth if it's going to keep gery, is Room 376, Immanuel Lu- i you from stirring the rest of your I he ran Hospital, Omaha. i life. NOTICE FARMERS Plan to Attend the Big CASE-O-RAMA TUESDAY, SEPT. 15 7:00 p. m. 1 mile north of Carroll on Hwy. 71 Orville Koch Farm SEE THE CASE-O-MATIC TRACTORS IN ACTION UNDER BIG FLOOD LIGHTS Come out to this demonstration and see the powerful difference between Case-O-Matic Drive and your old tractor. It will pay you to have a Case-O-Matic proof demonstration. FREE DOOR PRIZES Be sure and register for the free prizes to be given away. Carroll Impl. Co. CARROLL, IOWA Special Dairy Sale Thursday, Sept. 17 Sale Held at Farmers Sale Co. Carroll, Iowa Selling Time 1:00 O'Clock 12 Large Holstein heifers, springers 15 Holstein cows mostly fresh 6 Guernsey cows 2-6 years old fresh or springers 7 Holstein heifers, springers 10 Holstein heifers Wt. 400-450 12 Holstein heifers Wt. 600-700 11 Holstein heifers Wt. 500 50 Holstein baby heifer calves from Wise. We'll have cattle of all breeds. Alt test papers must accompany cattle. Am interested in your dispersion sales. Remember this is strictly a consignment sale and operating under Federal Supervision and Bonded for your protection. Next Sale Thursday Oct. 1 TERMS CASH Al Boss Dairy Sales Operating under Federal Supervisors and Bonded for your protection.