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Dodgers Take on Giants- Braves Lose Ground By ED WILKS AP Sports Writer It's now or "wait 'til next year" for the Los Angeles Dodgers in the National League pennant race Gilliam built just enough of a cushion to hold off a two-run rally in the ninth by the Reds. | In the other NL games, Pitts- Each of the throe contenders burgh whipped St. Louis 7-0 be Times Herald, Carroll, Is. Friday, Sept. 18, 1959 with Milwaukee's repulsed more and still beat 'em. If either Braves for second place, two the Braves or Dodgers win five games behind the Giants. And the Giants have the edge. WHERE Do You Live? Ed Mathews drove in all the Braves' runs, with a pair of homers and a sacrifice fly, but the Giants had it tucked away before he started slugging. Spahn • 19-15) faced only four men, didn't retire any and left after only 18 pitches as the Giants scored three runs in the first , has eight games left - but for. hind a four-hitter by Harvey Had- Thcy open a three-game series each game the Braves or Dodgers dix, and the Phils beat Chicago at San Francisco tonight tied Hose, the Giants can lose one 5 . 2 . Spahn Bombed ol the eight, the Giants need play only .500 ball to take it. That's exactly the way the three have played their last eight games—the Giants winning four and losing four, and Milwaukee and Los Angeles each 5-3. Mays Led Attack With Willie Mays leading the charge—driving in five runs and j inn ' n S- going 4-for-4—the Giants chased I Snider's 22nd homer, good for Warren Spahn and blocked the j three runs in the first inning Braves' bid for a first-place tie;against loser Bob Purkey (12-17), Thursday. They blasted Milwau-1 followed Gilliam's leadoff walk kee 13-6 for a split in the two-; and a single by Charlie Neal. game series. Los Angeles scram- Gilliam then scored the clincher bled back inot a share of second, ' with his third homer in the eighth beating Cincinnati 4-3 after home inning, off Brooks Lawrence. runs by Duke Snider and Junior Danny McDevitt (10-8) won it. National Champs Are Two Touchdown Choice 1 i • < ; from dale barton 's ; KEYBOARD AERIAL WEAKNESS: The facts and figures compiled by statisticians reflect what the ob Weather to Help Tigers— Knights Lose Players Injuries plagued the Kuemper i our lineup and that will see Dave Knights on Friday as they prepar- Wenck sharing the right halfback servant fan already knew inso-1 ed for the Jaunt 10 Des Moines to' post with Jon Lane on an equal far as the Kuemper Knights and | takfe on one of the state's "rated" I basis. Each boy will play an al NO MATTER! You Can Be SURE Channel Master's CHAMPION Will Improve Your TV Reception. By WILL GRIMSLEY | Jess Neely is renowned for getting Associated Press Sports Writer | his teams riled up against heavily The "knock over the champ" , favored foes. UPSTAIRS . . . Hobie Landrlth is one of several ballplayers kicked upstairs in trades. The catcher swapped by the St. Louis Cardinals Is headed for the World Series with the rolling San Francisco Giants. campaign, a favorite autumn pastime, gets off to a ringing start Saturday in a near full-scale opening of the college football season. Louisiana State, unbeaten and untied in 1958 and picked to repeat as national champions, launches its campaign against upset-minded Rice Institute at Ba Dixie Giants A battle of Dixie giants takes' place at Chapel Hill, N.C., where North Carolina plays Clemson in a game which may point the j | ^ I * mm & W* fW finger at the probable Atlantic 11 II I fl © • V • Coast Conference champion. j North Carolina, ranked 12th in the Associated Press poll, is com- Durocher is Indian Post ton Rouge, La. The game will be posed of husky, talented giants televised nationally by NBC. I which the late Jim Tatum as- LSU has lost little of the speed sembled before he died unexpect- and muscle which carried it edly from a massive virus attack through 10 straight victories and! Clemson, rated No. 18, COAST TO COAST STORE CARROLL a triumph in the Sugar Bowl. It is rated a 14-point favorite. Despite the presence of Billy Cannon the Tigers' 200-pound speed merchant, Louisiana State fears the game may be one of its toughest obstacles. Rice Coach MOVING Local and Nation Wide Storage — Crating — Packing Ph. Day 2540 Ph. Night 2618 Carroll, Iowa John Vanderheiden Moving Agents for North American van Line*, inc. is back with a team which was able to win eight games last season. North Carolina is a six point pick. Mississippi, No. 8, plays a night game at Houston. It is a 13-point favorite. Favor Purdue Purdue, No. 11, is a two-touchdown choice over UCLA in an intersectional battle at Los Angeles tonight. Texas Christian, No. 13, is given a 20-point bulge over Kansas at Fort Worth. Texas, rated 17th nationally, is 13 points over Nebraska at Nebraska. Four Southern games, one in the East and one on the Pacific Coast are figured so close that the odds sheets give you your choice. These are Georgia Tech at Kentucky, Duke at South Carolina, Alabama at Georgia, William & Mary at Virginia, West Virginia at Maryland and California - Washington State at Spokane. Carroll Tigers are concerned Both coaches (Frank Sovich, of Kuemper. and Gene Macomber, of Carroll) were frank in assessing their aerial weapons after last week's opening encounter. "We have receivers who can get in the open, but our passers can't hit the target if the receiver is over 30-yards away" Sovich said. "The statistics tell the story on our passing attack. We hit on two passes for a total of 27 yards," Macomber said. While the situation is not hopeless by any means, it does add up to the fact that the passing game must be sharpened up by both schools. It all comes down to the fact that the ground game suffers when the passing attack falters. Further, to be effective the passing game must pose the constant threat of the long touchdown strike to keep the defense deep. Perhaps things will be different in this week's games and Coaches Sovich and Macomber can breathe a little easier. The statistical survey on the two clubs tells its own story and needs very little interpretation or explanation. * * * Carroll Individual Statistics: Rushing Att. Yds. Avg Lane, Jon 9 68 Snyder, Leonard 10 57 Helmkamp. John 5 11 Schaben, John 2 -12 Passing Att. Comp. Schaben, John 8 2 Pass Receiving Comp. Kaspersen, Roger 2 Punting Att. Avg. Schaben, John 3 28 Scoring Td Pat Kaspersen, Roger 2 0 1 0 6 Carroll Team Statistics Carroll Opp. clubs when they meet Dowling to-) ternate quarter, Coach Macomber night. [said. While the Knights fretted about) "I think wc should be able to being under strength, the Carroll i move the ball straight ahead be- High Tigers kept an eye on the cause of our heavier lino," the weather with a fervent prayer Carroll coach said, that the rain continues to fall The first football game to be right through tonight's home open-: played in Carroll this season will er against Manilla. j get underway at 8 p .m. at the "The rainy weather figures to Carroll High Athletic Field. There hurt Manilla more than us be-! will be no reserved seats for the cause we have the better mud; football games. The stands that horses with ou • heavier team," | were moved from the old Graham Coach Gene MMComber, of Carroll, said Friday morning. A soft field should slow up Manilla's fleet backs and disrupt the feared passing attack of the Hawks, the Carroll mentor explained. Share Halfback Job "We will have one big change in Park field to the new fiekl are expected to provide adequate seating for the Carroll crowd and bleach- pr seats will accommodate visitors on the east side of the field, high school officials said. Out of Action from action of Tom Dolezal and Fred Dolezal. Tom Dolezal will be out of action with a torn knee cartilage, which was sustained in practice this week. Fred Dolezal is not expected to play because of a severe ankic sprain suffered in the Webster City game last Friday. "We will replace Tom Dolezal with Jim Goctzingcr and Bob Bromert will take over for Fred Dolezal at defensive half,'' Coach Frank Sovich said. Tom Schleisman is expected to see only limited action because of an ankle sprain and will be spoiled by Terry Hyland. a sophomore, and by Dennis Schechinger. a junior, the Kuemper coach said. The Kuemper entourage of students and fans will leave here about 5 p.m. for the journey to I Dowling Field which is located at The gloom in the Kuemper camp Tenth and College Streets in Des concerns the expected absence Moines. Alston Glad That Braves Got Clipped By CHARLES MAHER Associated Press Sports Writer LOS ANGELES (AP)-The Los Angeles Dodgers trail by two full 5-? j lengths going into their critical g'|, three-game series with the, San Yds I * ranc ' sco Giants- tonight. But, in 2^: a way, Dodger Manager Walt Als- Yds. White Sox Can Clinch Pennant This Weekend 7.5 27 Blk Victories Points First Downs, Rushing By DAVID A. LEHERR PITTSBURGH 'AP) — Leo Du . rocher. former National League \ Lane.^Jon manager who hung up his spikes for a career as a sports announcer, says he plans to forsake the microphone and return to baseball. "I have been negotiating with First Downs, Passing a baseball team for some time First Down, Penalties now," said Durocher Thursday as I Yards, Rushing he arrived in Pittsburgh to an-; Yards Passing nounce a "Game of the Week"!Passes Att. for the National Broadcasting Co. j Passes Comp. He added: j Passes Intercepted "I'm not at liberty to tell you j Total Yards with whom. I can tell you this! Punts much. Nothing definite has come Punts Average from our negotiations so far." Punts Blocked Neither did Durocher indicate in Fumbles Lost what capacity he would return to Penalties the national pasttime. Yards Lost Penalties Durocher guided both the old j New York Giants and the old, Kuemper Individual Statistics ton is glad that's how it stands "It was okay with me that the Giants beat the Braves yester- 0 j day," Alston said. "Even though Tot it means we're two games behind 12 San Francisco. The reason is that g I think the Braves have the ens- ! iesl schedule." By ED WILKS (16-(>> to face the Tigers tonight. Associated Press Sports Writer Either Frank Lary '17-10' or How long is 40 years? It 's noth- Jim Bunning < 10-12> will work for ing compared with the next 48 or the Tigers. So hours ahead for the Chicago | The Sox '-ave seven games left White Sox. That could be all that i —one with the Indians at Cleve- remains in their long wait for lund Tuesikiy. The Injuns ha\e their first American League pen- eight remaining with Jim Perry nant since 1919. <ll.y> facing Kansas City lefty Going into tonight 's opneor of; Bud Daley ' 1S-12» tonight. a three-game series with Detroit i at Comiskey Park, the White Sox's ,' magic number is three—any com- j bination of Chicago victories and Cleveland defeats totaling three and the Sox clinch the pennant with the Indians second. The White Sox could do it Sat- 1 18 7 0 0 161 27 8 2 1 161 3 28 0 O 6 40 Alston was referring to the fact urday, at the earliest, with the 0 that Milwaukee plays five of its I help of the Kansas City A's, who 7 eight remaining games with the: are home for a three-game set 5 last place Philadelphia Phillies, j with the Injuns beginning tonight. Oj As for the Giants. Alston might \ Or the Sox could nail it Sunday 0 feel almost hopeful if his attitude \ with a sweep of the Detroit series, 94 depended entirely on the record no matter what the Indians do. 46 to date this season. The Dodgers Both the Sox and the Indians 14 have beaten the Giants 11 times ] had a day off Thursday with the 4 in 19 meetings this season and: rest of the AL. 1 hold a 6-2 edge over them at 1 Manager Al Lopez, who figures 91 Seals Stadium, the site of this he's "the only man who's tense 3 weekend's series. j on this club," picked Bob Shaw "But all those past records I D0 RMAN TO BE FETED aren t going to mean a thing when FAYETTE (AP'-Doc Dorman. AUCTION SALE Having decided to quit farming, 1 will sell at Public Auction at my farm located 2 miles south of Carroll on Hwy. 71 and Vi mile East, on Swan Lake road, on TUESDAY, SEPT. 22 SALE TO COMMENCE AT 1:00 O'CLOCK Farm Machinery 1955 McCormick Farmall Super H Tractor with live power. Good as new. 238 McCormick Cultivator. John Deere 290 corn planter, good condition. McCormick 2-14 in. plow. John Deere 15 ft. Disc (Good as New) McCormick Deering Tractor Grass Mower 7 ft. cut. Brand new. New Idea manure spreader, good shape. Laurens manure scoop. Rubber tire wagon with flare box. Rubber tire wagon with triple box. Rubber tire wagon with dump boards. Truck wagon with hay rack. 36 ft. Little Giant elevator, new. Wagon hoist and speed jack. 4-section harrow. John Deere 8 ft. binder. Wood Bros, corn picker. International 8 in. hammermill. McCormick engate seeder. Side delivery rake. Hay rake. Implements and Tools 11x38 tractor chains. Grapple fork. Wood saw. Weed sprayer. 50 ft. belt. Wagon box. Water tank. 5 rolls corn cribbing. 2—50 bu. self-feeders. Platform scale. Sickle grinder with 3 /4-horse motor. Bench vise. Post drill. Anvil. 2—Tarps 14x16 and 8x10. Vi-inch electric drill, good as new. Air compressor. Grindstone. Block and tackle with 100 ft. rope. Tools of all kinds. Many other items too numerous to mention. TERMS - Cash; or any arrangements made with clerk. No goods to be removed from premises until settled for. JOE KENNEBECK, Owner Irlbtck & Grote, Auctioneer* Commercial Saving! Bank, Clark Brooklyn Dodgers to National Rushing League pennants before his re- Bromert, Bob tirement from baseball. Dolezal, Fred Durocher's name has been Gehling. Jerry linked with the Cleveland Indians' Gute. Denny ... of the American League. A source | Mackc, Steve close to Durocher at NBC told a reporter that General Manager Frank Lane approached Durocher six weeks ago and asked him to take over the Indians for the stretch drive this season. Tony Anthony in Friday TV Fight BALTIMORE (AP) - Light- heavyweight Tony Anthony hopes to blast-off tonight against Alonzo Johnson in their nationally televised tNBC> 10-round fight. Anthony won seven fights in a row last year. Then the New Yorker lost to Reuben Vargas in a close one early this year. He beat Sonny Ray, then lost to Jesse Bowdry in May before coming back to knock out Bob Young in the eighth round of his last start. Johnson, from Braddock, Pa., is a replacement for Willie Pastrano. who hurt a leg in training. Johnson started amateur boxing at 16, turned pro in 1957 and has won 16 of 19 money bouts. Wenck, Dale Passing Gehling, Jerry Pass Receiving Brown, Larry .... Dolezal, Fred Dolezal, Tom Goetzinger, Jim Macke, Steve Att. 2 2 5 5 2 7 Yd. Ave. 5 2.5 2 5 30 12 26 we start playing tonight," Alston , 8)> servjng hjs %th yeaf as foot . sald- ball coach at Upper Iowa Univer- The Dodger manager still isn't s j ty , w m be honored at halftime villing to guess how the National ceremonies when his team plays League race will end. 1 Wartburg here Oct. 3. j The Dodgers, who squeezed by I Dorman graduated in 1900 from' I Q Cincinnati 4-3 Thursday night, will! Upper Iowa at Fayette, his home-' 10 use Don Drysdale in tonight's; town. He is rated as th only man 60i game and will follow with Roger, in the country who has served as 6,0 1 Craig Saturday. coach at one school so long. 3.7 FEED Your Representative in this area is f JAMES MORK| MANNING, IOWA Phone Ol. 35243 Att. Comp. Yd. 20 9 10t> Comp. Yd. 1 6 I 22 38 26 1 14 Punting Brown, Larry Scoring Goetzinger, Jim Att. Ave. Blkd. 4 32.5 0 TD. Tot. 1 6 Sale of 100 Acre Carroll County Farm at 0 6 4 4 1 80 Lamson Won't Play Football at Norman AMES (AP) — Chuck Lamson, top backfield man at Iowa State last year, is planning to enroll at the University of Oklahoma next week although he has not been released to play football for lhe Sooncrs. This was confirmed Thursday by his father, Bob Lamson, freshman basketblal coach at Iowa State. Young Lamson said he was dropping out of school here when the Cyclones started football practice. Later Iowa State Coach Clay Slapleton said he would not release the youth to play at any other Big Eight school and Oklahoma Coach Bud Wilkinson said camson could not play for the Sooncrs. Kuemper Team Statistics K. Opp Victories Points Scored First Downs. Rushing First Downs, Passing First Downs, Penalty Net Yards, Rushing Net Yards, Passing .... 106 Passes Attempted 20 Passes Completed 9 Passes Intercepted by 0 Total Yds. Scrim. 186 Yds. Gained, Punts, K.O. 24 Punts 4 Punt Average 32.5 Punts Blocked by 0 Fumbles 3 Fumbles Lost - 2 Penalties 3 Yds. Lost Penalties 35 1 39! 9 1 HI 3H 22 333' 791 33 251 MOORE TURNS ACTOR HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Archie Moore, world light heavyweight boxing champion, is turning 1 movie actor. He has won a featured role as Jim, the runaway slave, in "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn." Director | Michael Curtiz said Archie's j screen test was "remarkable." Before he discovered the North 1 Pole, Adm. Robert E. Peary wrote magazine articles about the tropics, especially about Nicaragua | which he explored. 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 . . . we'll get the goods there quickly and safely. Crouse Cartage Co. Carroll Phone 3521 no. 1 specialist in packing and moving JULUED JAR IMU.kN COUMVQUI C «nv«nl»ni Carrier Public Auction To Settle Estate of Lizzie Grote, Deceased Wed., Sept. 30 Sale Commences at 2:00 p. m. Farm known as the Oswald Farm located 4 miles East, 3 miles South and \ mile East of the City of Carroll. Sale will be at farm site. Notice is given of the Public Auction of the 100 Acre farm formerly owned bv Lizzie Grote. deceased, (known as the Oswald farm) the legal description of which is: The Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter; the Southeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter; and the North Half of the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 11, Township B3 North, Range 34, West of the Sth P. M., Pleasant Valley Township, Carroll County, Iowa, consisting of approximately 100 acres. This farm is all tillable and the improvements include a 5-room house, barn, corn crib, hog house, chicken house and machine shed. 1958 taxes were $2.25 per acre. The successful bidder will make a down payment of 20'; on the date ol sale and the balance will be payable on or before February 15, 1960, at which time an Executors Deed and merchantable abstract of title will be furnished to the purchaser. Possession will bo given on or before March 1, 1960. Seller reserves the right to reject any and all bids. SALE BY ORDER OP Herman W. Grote EXECUTOR OF LIZZIE GROTE ESTATE ROBERT S. BRUNER, ATTORNEY FOR EXECUTOR Paul Grote, Auctioneer Breda Savings Bank, Clerk

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