Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 22, 1959 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 22, 1959
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Braves in Tie for First- Spahn Beats Pirates PITTSBURGH. Penn. (AP) — Milwaukee charged into a first- place tie with idle Los Angeles in the torrid National League race Monday night. Warren Spahn beat Pittsburgh, 8-6, for his twentieth victory behind Eddie Mathews' two home runs that drove in five runs. Spahn tied Eppa Uixey's record of 266 victories, the most ever won by a left-handed pitcher in National League history as he hit the 20- mark for the tenth time, another record. When he wilted in the ninth. Don McMahon ended it after a Pirate rally netted three runs. Mathews' No. 42 homer with two men tied the score in the fifth. It was a long drive that bounced on the roof of the right field stands and sailed out of the park. It was only the sixth ball ever hit on the roof, which is 90 feet Timet Herald, Carroll, la. ^ Tu»-day, Sept. 22, 1959 £ high and 300 feet from the plate near the foul line where the ball j hit. Other men to hit the roof were jBalic Ruth. Ted Beard, Mickey Mantle, Wally Moon and Bob Skinner. j Mathews hit his forty third homer in the ninth, after an error ', by first baseman Dick Stuart on Spahn's grounder. | It was the first time Milwaukee i has been in first place since Aug. '4 The Braves have won 12 of \ their last 15 in a furious stretch ; drive. | The Dodger, Braves and the idle San Francisco Giants, one game back, each has five games to play. | The Braves play in Pittsburgh tonight and Wednesday. Los Angeles plays night games at St. Lou­ is and San Francisco plays two day games at Chicago, j Ernie Banks hit his forty third homer as the Chicago Cubs romp' cd over St. Louis, 12-3, Monday in the only other game played. American League clubs all were idle on Monday. Glidden and Exira Pace Valley League MANNING — Exira stretched its unbroken record to 18 Friday night, defeating Coon Rapids 55-0. This is the best record in the state for Class II teams. Glidden Exira Manning Bayard Manilla Guthrie Center Scranton Coon Rapids 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 .000 .000 •I JUST TELL MY TRUCKER . . . BILL MY SHIPMENT TO RALSTON lAt Omaha" When you want to select a fully Informed commission firm, whose salesmen have a thorough knowledge of values and market trends—who display your stock to make them as attractive as possible—and who have the ability and vigor to bargain with buyers who are experts in their line . . . get in touch with . . . RALSTON LIVESTOCK COMMISSION CO. Telephone .... MArket 0518 Largest tributary of the Ohio River is the Tennessee River. The latter is f>52 miles long Lake City Clips Tiger Frosh-Soph Carroll High's freshman-sophomore football team dropped a 2713 opener to Lake City's highly regarded forces here Monday night. George Provopulos paced the Carroll attack at quarterback and accounted for one of the Tiger tallies. "He played a real good game but he was hampered by lack of protection on his passes and it was pretty difficult for him to keep the ground game moving against their superior forces," Coach Colburn Collinge said. Joel Harris accounted for the first Carroll touchdown on a short plunge in the first quarter and added the extra point with another plunge. Provopulos scored on a quarterback keeper play in the fourth period. Cy Farner looked especially good for the Tigers on defense. Next game for the Carroll Frosh-Soph will be at Odcbolt on Monday at 7:30 p.m. X from dale barton's I • tmmiiiiin i KEYBOARD For FLAVOR King Edward AMERICA 'S LARGEST SELLER Invincible Deluxe 2/15* Imperial 6« Cigorillo 5/20< Skeleton Identified as That of Fugitive OMAHA 'AP'—The FBI says a skeleton found near Ellsworth, Kan., has been positively identified as Frederick Grant Dunn, a Sioux City native and one of the FBI's 10 most wanted criminals. The FBI said Monday Dunn apparently died of exposure during a Kansas blizzard last January. The skeleton was identified as that of Dunn through dental charts and the sekcletal remains. At the time of his death Dunn was being sought for escaping from the jail in Lincoln County, Kan., where he had been held on a charge of burglary. He also had served time in the Leavenworth, Kan., fofinmi penitentiary for • rined robbery. OFFENSE LAGS: The big need in the Kuemper football camp right now is an offensive burst. A look at the individual and game statistics bears out this contention. The Knights have picked up only four first downs by rushing In two games compared to six through the air. This lack of power on the ground is reflected in the individual averages as Denny Gute paces all the backs with nearly four yards per try and Dale Wenck is close to three yards per carry. From there the average gain falls off sharply. Jerry Gehling has engineered the Kuemper aerial offensive with pretty fair success. He has completed one-third of his passes for a total of 152 yards. If Coach Frank Sovich can get his ground gainers untracked and improve on the 43 yard average per game rushing, the Knights will be hard to contain. They play Manning here Saturday night and there are good indications the Kuemper single wing offense is likely to blast off with a vicious ground game to augment the passing attack and add the diversification so essential to progress. * * * KUEMPER INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing Att. Rob Bromert Fred Dolezal Jerry Gehling Denny Gute Steve Macke Dale Wonck Pass. Att. Jerry Gehling 33 Pass rce. Larry Brown Fred Dolezal Tom Dolezal Jim Goetzinger Steve Macke Punting Att. Larry Brown Scoring TD Jim Goetzinger, Ydg. Avg. 1.7 1 .0 0.0 3.9 2.2 2.8 5 2 0 31 11 37 Comp. Ydg. 11 152 Com. 1 2 3 2 3 Avg. Ydg. 6 22 38 38 60 Blk. 11 31.2 0 PAT Total 1 0 6 NOW. :60 CHEVROLET TRUCKS WITH REVOLUTIONARY iEzHn/TORSION-SPRING SUSPENSION THAT GIVES ASTONISHING NEW SH0CKPR00F ACTION!!!!! Chevy's done the next best thing to paving every road in America! First they threw out the front axle and put in torsion-spring independent suspension. Then they built wide-base coil rear springs into most light-duty models, variable-rate leaf springs into heavies. That made it—a ride you have to feel to believe. A ride that lets you move faster to get more work done in a day's time. Brawnier bulldozer build! Frames are stronger, cabs 67% more rigid. Front wheels and tires are precision-balanced. And that new suspension cushions jars and road shock that used to spell slow death for the truck's body and sheet metal. More comfortable cabs! Easier to hop in and out of too. Many models are a whole 7 inches lower outside. Yet there's more head room inside, plus more width for shoulders and hips. More real comfort! Big in the power department! With the industry's most advanced gas- saving G's. With high-torque Workmaster V8 performance in heavyweights. With new 6 -<cylinder or V8 power available in L.C.F.'s. More models than ever! New 4-wheel-drive models and tandems and high-styled Suburban Carryalls. It's the handsomest, hardest working Chevy fleet ever to report for duty. See your dealer soon for a ride! Anything less is an old-fashioned truck! See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer McCOY MOTORS Kuemper's Frosh-Soph Win Opener Kuemper's Freshmen - Sophomore eleven hung up their season's opener over Fort Dodge 'St. Edmund) by a 19-12. The afternoon contest was played at Fort Dodge. The young Knights scored first as Ron Cleveland went ten yards in the second quarter. The point after touchdown was good as Bob Bernholtz hit John Brunei- in the end zone. Steve Collison took off on a 45 -yard jaunt around end to give Kuemper a 13-0 edge at halftime. St. Edmond hit paydirt in the third period as Lawler threw a 35- yard pass to Dawson. The extra point failed. Tom Horcack notched the third Kuemper TD as he swept end on a 55 -yard reverse. The Gales picked up their last six pointer as Lawler tossed eight yards to Sassett. Kuemper will play their next Freshmen-Sophomore game t w o weeks from today as they go to Exira. KUEMPER STATISTICS K O Victories 0 2 Points Scored 6 59 First Downs — Rushing 4 14 — Passing 6 4 — Penalty 1 3 Net Yds — Rushing 8tt 361 — Passing 152 151 Passes Att. 33 11 Comp. 11 7 — Intercepted By 0 3 Total Yds From Scrimmage 238 512 Yds. Gained Punts and Kickoffs 103 207 Punts 11 5 Punt Ave. 31.2 31 5 Punts Blk. By 0 0 Fumbles I 7 Fumbles Lost 2 2 Penalties 10 6 Yds. Lost Penalties 120 50 CENTRAL COMMAND . . . Luis Aparlclo, left and Nellie Fox look at Catcher Sherman Lollar from second base. Jim Landis completes the White Sox' main line of defense In center field. Rizzuto Says Chisox Have Top Center Line CARROLL, IOWA Judge Dismisses Insurance Firm Suit DES MOINES (AP)—The Iowa Mutual Tornado Insurance Assn.'s suit asking the District Court to require the state insurance commissioner to collect a two per cent premium tax from the Farmers Mutual Reinsurance Co. of Grinnell has been dismissed. District Judge Carroll Switzer Monday said that the suit asks the court to compel the insurance commissioner to decide something on which the commissioner already has ruled. x The suit concerned the Iowa gross premium tax on windstorm insurance business written by county mutual insurance associations and reinsured by the Grinnell firm. The commissioner ruled last year that the premium tax does not apply to such reinsurance business: Belle Plaine Boy Struck, Killed by Car BELLE PLAINE (AP)-Charles Roger Franklin, 11, of Belle Plaine, was struck and killed by a car Monday night as he was walking along Highway 131 east of here. The youth was the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Franklin. Police said the driver of the car was Richard Wickwire of Belle Plaine. An unidentified companion of the Franklin youth was not injured. Of ihe 69 highest mountains in the United States, 54 are in Colorado. By HARRY GRAYSON NEA Sports Editor CHICAGO - (NEA) - With the long end of the swag in the bank, the White Sox didn't seem to care who represented the National League in the World Series. The Singles Wonders banked on their center defense — Sherman Lollar catching, excellent pitching, Luis Aparicio and Nellie Fox around second base and Jim Landis in center field. This central committee is called by such a qualified judge as Phil Rizzuto the finest that baseball has seen since the peak playing days of Joe DiMaggio with the Yankees in the late 1930's. That central command had Bill Dickey behind the bat and Joe Gordon working with Little Scooter Rizzuto around second. If the Singles Wonders had a choice of World Series opponents it was the Dodgers only because 90 odd thousand customers can be packed in the Los Angeles Coliseum. Al Smith alone preferred the Giants. The outfielder wanted to even the score with Willie Mays. Smith, you see, was an Indian when the New York Giants took four straight from the Cleveland club in 1954. Throwing out the seating capacity in Los Angeles, the Singles Wonders no doubt would have elected the Braves as their foes. As one of them put it, why not play in Chicago in the afternoon and Milwaukee at night and have it over within two or three days? Besides, the Braves have been National League champions for two years and the Singles Wonders are better acquainted with them as the result of spring exhibition games. Only the Singles Wonders who played in the All-Star Games would know a Giant or a Dodger from a lamp post. Regardless of the National League entry, the Singles Wonders felt that they would keep right on running. "If American League catchers couldn't throw us out, how do they expect National League catchers who haven't seen us to do it?" asked Nellie Fox, speaking for the entire party. Imperturbable Al Lopez refused to talk about anybody but the Singles Wonders, his kind of team whether Owner Bill Veeck likes it or not. "We had Bill Norman watching the Braves and Ilollis Thurston the Giants and Dodgers," said Senor Lopez. "We won't go into the Series blind, especially with Ted Kluszewski at first base after years in the National League." COAST-TO- COAST Store CARROLL INVITES YOU TO SEE THE NEW EXCLUSIVE BRIGHT POWER BLADE SAW WwWt fafett P« w *r Sow I NO OTHER SAW LIKE IT Only $189.95 liKladini »• BLAOt com IN ton mtt OtMOMSTHATION TODAY! Let's go 1st class on concrete! THESE ROADS IGNORE FATHER TIME! Modern concrete will last 50 years and more! Reports from state after state show that concrete pavements have outlasted other types 2 to 1. The new roads will do even better 1 Fifty years from now, cars will still bo rolling smoothly on this same concrete. Same surface, too ... not resurfaced 4 or 5 times. Concrete grows stronger with age. Other paving materials act just the opposite. Sun, rain, freezing can't hurt concrete. That's why it stays flat and smooth riding—doesn't get rippled and wavy. That's why upkeep costs are as much as 60% lower than for asphalt. And concrete means a skid-resistant pavement... and one that let* you see better at night. Write for free booklet on modern concrete highways. PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION 408 Hnhbell building, Oes Moln« 9, lowt A national organisation to improve and extend the um o/ concrete

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