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Giant Lead Cut to One* Braves Beat Dodgers IIIIIIIMIMIIIMIIIIMUMMMimHIIIIIIHK By JOE REICHLER Ansoelated Press Sports Writer If the Milwaukee Braves wanted to ask "who's choking up?" you couldn't blame them. Remember threo years ago when the Brave? were accused of choking up after they had blown a four-came lead to the Dodgers in the final three weeks? WeU. things have a way of reversing themselves. A vital 4-1 victory over the Dodgers Monday mcht not only boosti'd the Braves into undisputed possession of second place, one came behind the league-leading San Francisco Giants, but gave them their eighth victory in the last nine games. During the same prrrod, both the Giants and Dodgers, now in third place, two games off the pace, have played barely over .500 ball, winning five while losing four. Reds Stun Giants Cincinnati's Reds inflicted a stunning 4-1 defeat upon the Time* Herald, Carroll, la. ^% Tuesday, Sept. 15, 1959 j£ We'll Help You Own Your Home Giants in the only other league game played. Each of the top three contenders have 11 games remaining. The Braves will have a golden opportunity this weekend when they meet the last place Phillies while the Giants and Dodgers are battling each other. It took a tremendous pitching performance by Don McMahon to preserve Milwaukee's victory. Bob Buhl, a long-time Dodger nemesis, appeared about to cement his 13th victory, fifth against Los Angeles this season, as he entered the last of the ninth, leading 4-1. He had allowed the Dodgers only one hit—a home run by Wally Moon. Then, just like that, the Dodgers loaded the bases with nobody out on a walk and two infield singles. Stranded Three That was the signal for manager Fred Haney to summon Mc­ Mahon from the bullpen. The big strong right-hander was superb. He retired Norm Larker OIT a soft liner to second baseman I elix Mantilla, then threw third strikes past Gil Hodges and Johnny Roseboro. The Coliseum crowd of 53,767 could hardly believe it. Jim Brosnan, a last minute pitching choice, and Dutch Dotterer, an early inning substitute catcher, combined to give the Reds their 4-1 victory over the Giants. Brosnan, usually a reliever, started only because Jim O'Toole, who was scheduled to pitch, turned up ailing. He gave up only five hits and a run in seven innings. Dotterer, who entered the game in the second when starter Ed Bailey was tossed out for arguing over a decision, drove in two runs with a pair of singles. Johnny Temple drove in the first run with a home run and Whitey Lockman batted in the last one with a double. Willie Mays, with i his 30th homer, accounted for the lone Giant run. from dale barton's KEYBOARD II Joe Gordon Won't Concede- FHA Loans Conventional Loans Let Us Solve Your Home Financing Problems For Building — Buying or Refinancing UNITED Savings & Loan Association N. J. CALDWELL 507V2 N. Main Phone 9325 Cyclones Ask Ban on Former Ames Gridder AMES (AP)—Gordon Chalmers, Iowa State athletic director, says he has asked other Big Eight officials not to allow former Cyclone footballer Chuck Lamson to compete in athletics at their schools. "We've got to protect our program,'' Chalmers said Monday night. "We're doing what we have to do. We're fighting to get a good football team, and wc feel it's our obligation to Iowa State to do everything we can to protect the team." Defensive Star Lamson, a letterman as a sophomore in 1958 and considered the top defensive player on the Iowa State squad, quit the team a few days before practice started this fall. Monday he reportedly was en route to Oklahoma, where he hoped to play football for Coach Bud Wilkinson. Wilkinson was quoted Monday night as saying "all the schools in the Big Eight have agreed that the boy will not be allowed to play. If he comes here he will not be allowed to compete in intercollegiate athletics." Chalmers said he has no objec- tino to Lamson transferring outside the Big Eight. Can't Sign Release Iowa State Coach Clay Staple- I ton said "I can't sign a release I for Lamson to play at any other Big Eight school. lie knows our I offense and defense and our play- j er strengths and weaknesses. I Lamson, the son of Bob Lamson of the Iowa State basketball coaching stuff, was married in Des Moines Saturday night to Madeline Wolfe of Marshalltown. Lamson would have two years of varsity competition remaining after he put in a year's residence at another school to become eligible. He gave no reason for quitting the Iowa State team. SWEET CORN QUEEN VINTON (AP) — Marcia Ann Buch, 17, of Keystone, was crowned queen of Sweet Corn Day here Monday. More than 30,000 persons at the celebration ate between 35 and 40 tons of buttered sweet corn. ALL STAR TEAMS: The Iowa Daily Press Association again has mapped elaborate plans for all-state football and basketball teams for boys and an all state basketball team for girls. Sports editors from mem b e r IDPA papers, meeting in Des Moines last weekend, approved a release of Nov. 20 for the football team. Mar. 18 for girls basketball and Mar. 25 for boys basketball. Coaches and officials in this area are hereby reminded to expect re- cept of nomination blanks on football on or about Oct. 28. Girls basketball ballots will be in the hands of coaches and officials about Feb. 26 and boys basketball ballots will go out on Mar. 1. The IDPA, with member newspapers throughout the state, makes a determined effort to blanket the state with all star recognition. Players who receive the coveted certificates arc chosen on the basis of votes. Again we remind coaches and officials in this area to be on the lookout for top notch players. Year after year we fight a losing battle in this part of the state because not enough coaches or officials vote for our top notch players. In essence it comes down to a misguided belief on the part of many voters that the athletes they see in this area might not measure up to the caliber of athletes from some other part of the state. That is the wrong approach to the problem. The IDPA has eight member committees for each of these sports. After the ballots have been returned by coaches and officials, and tabulated by member newpa- pers, they are forwarded to the committee. The final decision is made by committee members who represent each area in the state. The important thing is to keep this area's top players in mind as the season progresses and to vote for these players when the ballots are mailed out. The more votes we record for an individual, the higher we can place said individual on the all star roster. For those who are not chosen on one of the all state teams, and receive an engraved certificate, there will be a long honorable mention roster and those players will receive bill-fold size cards that will certify that selection. * * * CONFERENCE MEETINGS: Officials of the Midwest Conference congregated in Harlan last weekend and officially recognized »* 1111 1 1 ****** 1111 n 1111111 n 111111 ****** 11 »••• Tribe Cuts Sox Lead By JOE REICHLER i "I'm not ready to concede. We've | Detroit and one against Clove- Associated Press Sports Writer 'still got a chance." I land. On the other hand, only one Strange how one victory can The chance is sum, nioke a man adjust his point of there. Take a look. the Harlan Cyclones as the conference champion in track last season. That gave the Harlan school an official clean sweep of loop honors for football, basketball and track. Steve O'Donncll, Ida Grove, was elected president succeeding Ray Forbes, Harlan. John Montgomery. Ida Grove, was named secretary • treasur e r, succeeding L. A. Jamison. Harlan. ... Harold Jacobs, Denison. w a s Boston was upending the White auainst first division clubs medalist in the golf tournament Sox !K1, the same man said: against New ^ork held in conjunction with the busi- but it's view. Sunday after his Cleveland In- ,play to Cleveland's 10. If the dians had been beaten twice in I White Sox win six, it's oil over, Yankee Stadium and Chicago had even if the Indians win all theirs, won to boost its first-place mar- j In other words, any combination gin to o'a games, manager Joe of six will lift the White Sox to Gordon greeted reporters: "Come i their first pennant in 40 years, in and join the wake." I Tougher Foes Monday after his Indians had I But here's the rub All of Chi- kuocked off the Yankees 8-5 while cago's nine remaining games are of the Indians' remaining 10 games are against a first divi- Chicago has nine games left to, sion club. The Indians have sev- s %m ?/V PAVING EMWM ^m Imagine a truck ride so smooth and cushioned that fragile loads can travel the worst "washboard" roads with ease. Imagine a truck ride that virtually eliminates shimmy and wheel fight, cuts side sway on curves, makes steering far steadier and easier, keeps drivers far fresher. Imagine a truck ride that permits higher safe cruising speeds, more trips per day with all kinds of cargo over every type of road surface. Imagine a ride that keeps up to 78% of all objectionable road shock and vibration from ever reaching the driver and cargo, a design that sharply reduces twisting and fatigue forces on chassis, cabs and bodies, that keeps trucks young for extra thousands of miles, j Soon you won't have to just imagine such a ride. You can try it for yourself in the trucks that do the next best thing to paving every road in America—new Chevrolet trucks for 1960. You'll see what happens when Chevy's truck engineers design a whole new line of trucks around a whole new kind of torsion-spring suspension. These trucks are new from the ride on up—with wonderfully roomier cabs, brawnier frames, style that's fresh as sixty and more! Don't decide on any new truck till you see the newest of all. See them soon at your local authorized Chevrolet dealer's. [• 11 , . . , , , . . .. McCOY MOTORS CARROLL, IOWA ness meetings. Officials of the Coon Valley Conference met last Thursday at Guthrie Center. Glen Frenzen. Scranton, was elected president succeeding Harley Merritt. Guthrie Center. John Clarkin, Scranton, was named secretary. Orren Brinckley, Exira, was elected vice president. The Coon Valley officials will meet at Exira following completion of the current football season. * * * BOWLING TOURNAMENT: The Iowa Farm Bureau has announced an expansion of the statewide bowling tournament. This year a six area tournament will precede the state handicap meet. The tournament is open to all Farm Bureau members with reservations and entry fees due at the state office of the organization by Nov. 21. Entry blanks and other details are available at the Carroll County Farm Bureau office or from Mr. Bob Griffith, county fieldman. The area tourneys will be held Dec. 8 through Dec. 10 at Inde- endence, Mason City, Spencer, Atlantic, Indianola and Muscatine. The state tournament will be held in Des Moines on Jan. 13 and Jan. 14. * * * HIGH PRAISE: Jack McClellan, Drake University Athletic Director, told this reporter last weekend that Floyd Wilkens and Kanny Macke, both of Carroll, are kpy players on the Drake football team this year. "Wilkens has made the most difficult switch imaginable in moving from a ball-carrying role to a guard position, but he has performed brilliantly in his new assignment," McClellan said. "Macke and Brian Williams are about neck-and-neck in the quarterback spot. The Des Moines boy passes a little better, but there are other things that Macke does much better," he said. en against Kansas City and two against Boston. In other American League games Washington blanked Detroit 50 and Baltimore whipped Kansas City 9-4. Donovan Bombed Dick Donovan, seeking for the third time to post his 10th vie- two j tory, carried a 2-0 lead into the six against! s j x t n when the roof caved in. Before the Red Sox were through, 12 batters had gone to the plate and collected lour hits, five walks and six runs off lour Chicago pitchers. Frank Malzone hit a two-run single, Ted Williams singled in a run as a pinch hitter and Gene , ] Stephens also singled in a run. By MIKE RATIIET i jury to his all-pro quarterback. That was enough for Bill Mon- Assoclntcd Press Sports Writer | The choice had narrowed to houquette to register his seventh Except for their slightly-jarred, Brown or Andy Nelson, another i victory in a route-going job. pride, the National Football defenseman. Rally Fell Short League champion Baltimore Colts j ' Good Passer Cal McLish beat the Yankees came out of their 35-13 exhibition 1 Brown, who pitched 'em for' for sixth time this season, loss to Philadelphia a stronger, Mississippi in his college days,; The big righthander had a shut- club by locating an able substi-' played the entire game Sunday, I out until the ninth when the Van­ illic for passing wizard Johnny j completing 18 of 33 passes for 199, kees pounded five runs across. It Unitas. I yards and one touchdown. Only : w as *°o late by then because Mc"We lost a game." said coach one of his tosses was intercepted, l-is" himself had driven in three Weeb Ewbank Monday, "but 1 j N orm Van Brocklin the Kigle f,|cvi, l a "d nms wi,n a triple and found a quarterback." | quarterback who single-handedly f in R'?- and rookie Ra >' Webster The find is Ray Brown, who: halted the Colts undefeated string knocked in three mates with proved invaluable as a defensive | a t f our games with three TD a double Bnc ' two sinelos. Colts Lose Game But Find 2nd Quarterback specialist in his rookie season with Baltimore last year. Brown takes over the No. 2 signal-calling berth held during the 1958 campaign by George* Shaw, now with the New York Giants Ewbank has be n trying to find \ J"™ fK'Tf 'ff. * f u » bnc !j a passer capable of spelling Uni- '^ uncs to Mel Tripletl and tas or substituting in case of in- MAJOR LEAGUES By The Associated Press National League W. L. Pet. G B San Francisco 80 ti3 .559 — Milwaukee 79 84 .552 Los Angeles 78 85 .545 Pittsburgh 73 71 Cincinnati 71 74 Chicago 68 74 St. Louis 85 79 Philadelphia 60 84 .Monday Results Cincinnati 4, San Francisco 1 Milwaukee 4. Los Angeles 1 i Only games scheduled Wednesday Games Pittsburgh at Chicago Milwaukee at San Francisco Cincinnati at Los Angeles iN> Only games scheduled Situation Same; Sox Look Toward Next Day's Game By BOB GREEN Associated Press Sports Writer BOSTON. (AP) —Manager Al Lopez shrugged philosophically and decided the , situation really hadn't changed much after his Chicago White Sox had their American League-leading margin cut to 4' i games. "It's still the same thing," he said Monday with a smile. "We just have to go out and try to win one tomorrow." Five Chicago pitchers took a' Nagler, obtained from the Car-, exhibition strikes, also praised the young: Jim 1L ™ n ; 10 ! 1 , a hot .,f nre « k ; •„„„, ' u„ .cracked Ins 32nd home run for signal-caller. | Washington, four in the last five While things were beginning to „, imos as Trumnn n m >n«er. fall in place for the Colts, the norma n y a 1T | lc f pitcher, stopped Giants announced they would do „ u> -rj KC ,. s w j t |, f mir hj( S . "Bob Nieman walloped a three. run homer as Baltimore ruined Kin K- 1 rookie Al Grunwald's starting de- Coach Jim Lee Howell will try but for Kansas City. Hector halfback Alex Webster at the post Brown notched his 10th success. while Triplett recuperates from : badly bruised hips and King recovers from a leg injury. Buklek Gets Chance The Chicago Bears will start Rudy Bukich at quarterback in the Bears' exhibition with Cleveland Saturday. Bukich has been sharing the signal-calling duties with Zekc Bratkowski and Ed Brown. Two new faces may open the regular season for Chicago's Cardinals at the offensive slots — Ken Panfil, obtained from Los Angeles and Mac Lewis, a rookie from Iowa. Darrel Brewster, acquired in a trade with Cleveland, reported to start at \?nd along with Gern dinals, in Sunday's against Green Bay. | Green Bay coach Vince Lorn-1 bardi wangled defensive tackle Henry Jordon from Cleveland in .507 .490 .479 .451 .417 1 2 7' 2 10 11 « a 15' •> 20 1 - American League W. L. Pet. G.B. 89 56 .614 — pounding as Boston ground out a 9-3 decision, while second-place Cleveland gained a full game on the leaders with an 8-5 triumph over New York. "I haven't walked so much in return for a 1960 draft choice, years," Lopez ruefully announced. He paraded to the mound three times in the sixth inning as Boston chipped away at four Chicago hurlers for six runs Three more came in the following inning on rookie Jim Mahoney's first major league homer, his second major league hit. The White Sox, off their usual form, also committed two errors. Lopez, however, said that wasn't the trouble. "You can't blame it on defense when a guy like Mahoney hits a homer," he said, Mahoney entered the game hitting .056. "Our relief pitching was the worst it's been in any one game this year," Lopez explained. EXPECTING? King Edward AMltUA'SlARGlST Stilt* "U'j a loy" « "It's a Girl" Cigar» Besmanoff Feels He Can Outlast Machen Chicago Cleveland ..... 84 60 .583 4 4 New York 73 71 .507 154 1 Detroit 71 73 .493 IT'.a PORTLAND, Ore. <AP) — Baltimore 70 74 .486 lB l a! Heavyweight rJddie Machen has Boston 67 77 .465 21 'i; not improved appreciably since Kansas City 62 81 .434 26 i being knocked out by lngemar Washington 60 84 .417 28's ! Johansson, says Willie Besmanoff. who fights Machen here Wednesday night. "He has fought five fights since losing to Johannson. and in the fights he didn't improve," said Besmanoff. "Every fighter feels a knockout." The unranked Besmanoff appeared rather confident of his chances against Machen, ranked Monday Results Boston 9, Chicago 3 Cleveland 8, New York 5 Baltimore 9, Kansas City 4 Washington 5. Detroit 0 Wednesday Games Chicago at New York Cleveland at Boston Detroit at Baltimore <N) Only games scheduled No. 4 by both Ring magazine and How can you possibly put the 1 the National Boxing Assn.. in their cart before the horse in this me- televised bout 'ABC, 10 p. m. ehanjcal age? EDT>. FREE VALUABLE KNIFE 9 TOOLS IN ONE (At per Premium Sheet) With IC ^rt Liquid Poultry IJvW & Hog Worme >rmer WORM YOUR PIGS FAST ACTING-SAFE-SURE RESULTS Use In Water or Feed Lidderdale Co-Op Elevator Lidderdale, Iowa SAVE up to $1,28 a gallon during our OF FAMOUS QUALITY TAKE YOUR PICK OF THESE i HOUSE PAINTS COOK'S PA. I NTS. • GRIPB0ND EXTERIOR WOOD UNDERCOAT SUEDE Low Luster HOUSE PAINT • A-KRYL-X Exterior Acrylic LATEX IN WHITE OR ANY STANDARD COLOR GALLON Joyce Lbr. 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