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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 2

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Payoff in Promised Land- D Are Favored Aqain Ry EH \VIT.KS Assoriatrd Press Sports Writer LOS ANGKLF.S -.AP'-The Los es Podsiers. finally reaping; off from HIP promised Times Herald. Carroll, la. Tuesday October 6, 1959 in Los Angeles — where Mayor Shcrm Loliar's (hree-run homer Koufa.x, (he sometimes linrdly seem worth it After taking 1-irsl-of-soven series Hodges' tic-breaking lofty Johnny Podres all the h jt ito pivc oty onny ores a e „ ' , .„ „,„ Mrs! he needs should (he series go !M edge m ho ck to Comjsk Park again> IPS \VllPH Irll _____ ««J^«. ,,,V,« ^^footo^ home run brnt the White Sox 5-4 Monday, the Dodgers now can end it all l..v winning today's fifth game. It was Podres who defeated ! Shaw, with relief from Larry ' Sherry, the right-handed rookie who has put away two saves and They're favored at 11-10 to do just l" al - d w ,, h Monday . s vic ^ jn rc]jcf rf Roger Crgi . i White Sox manager Al Lopez And it's 5-1 the Sox don't win s|il] j ns j sls » we j iave a ....... jt ever. chance." but only two teams ever . The White Sox. putting runners i have come back after losing three on base, but leaving 'em to tan 0 { the first four in a seven-game there in the hot sun of Memorial j series. The 1925 Pittsburgh^ did it Coliseum, picked right-hander Bob | a ^ a inst Washington, and last year Shaw for the must same. He was | o, P New York Yankees swept the the loser in the second game, 4-3 1 i as ( i| ircc from Milwaukee. ..... '• There's a better chance that an- nt Chicago's Comiskey Park. Resting Potlres other record crowd will be on „,.,....,=, .- ....... The Dodgers gave the ball to '• (-, ; , n d. The Dodgers and White Sox, " VICTOR LAYING FEEDS 'ways to get more eggs 1 . t. 16% Complete tayer— all egg-making nutrienti 2. 20% Egg Mash - feed 50/50 wilh home-grown groins 1 20% Egg and Breeder Granules - for high halchability 4. 26% Poultry Balancer odds proper nutrients to high grain ration 5. 32% Poultry Mixing Concentrate r 'o mix with home-ground grain mashei ALL CONTAIN HOMINEX specially processed "hearts of kernels" VICTOR FEED & SUPPLY Carroll, Iowa 1C TOR FEEDS . ure of getting their fingers into ;he richest players' pool ever, have broken the existing crowd record on consecutive days here Morris Poulson boasted "we think capped a tying seventh against hg!" in making his winning pilch j Craig, who also was troubled by - •• - • •' homers when he lost the opener at Chicago 11-0. Hodges then sent his eighth-in* ning homer wide of the steel screen in left center off losing reliever Gerry Staley. It was the "Oth appearance of the season for the right - handed veteran, who cracked Ed Walsh's 1908 club record of 66 during the regular sea- to the Brooklyn Dodgers three years ago. The Dodgers' flight to the promised land paid off with a crowd of 92,294 Sunday for the first series game ever on the West Coast. Record Crowd Monday's attendance topped (hat by 256, establishing the record at 92,550. The players share of Monday's pale was $281,268.18, boosting the total pool, based on the first four games only, to a record $892,365.04. The winning club would have to hold its split to 33 players, however, to beat the winning-share record of $11,147.90. The losing share should pass the old record, $6,934.34 by the 1956 Dodgers, with ease, however. The top winning share thus far went to the 1954 New York Giants, who swept Ceveland, than man- agered by Lopez, four straight. No series has gone less than seven games since. Blew Lead The Dodgers, world champs only once—and that at Brooklyn in 1955—blew a 4-0 lead Monday. "But now, we're not." son. Once again the White Sox out- it (10-9) the Dodgers — but couldn't get the runners home. They've left 20 men on base in losing the two games here. "We've out-fielded them and out-hit them—but we lose,", said Lopez, who shook off a suggestion that his Sox have been playing in bad luck. "Not when we get all those hits," said Al. "And it isn't because ef this park either. '"- - -, on six hits during any game this year we scored a lot of runs. That's been our sucess .nil year—getting runs on very few hits. Hawks Nosedive to 10th- Northwestern Second +*+! 1111 M « 9III i I I••••••< I'***- from dale barton's KEYBOARD v •M" IMIMIMM**' By HUGH FULLERTON, JR. Associated Press Sports Writer The team rankings for the still- young 1959 college football season are beginning to bear out the coaches' theory that hard-nosed defensive football is what wins games, even though it doesn't stir the spectators. For PLEASURE King Edward AMERICA'S LARGEST SELLER Invincible Dtluxe 2/J 34 Imperial 6« Cigariilo 5/204 Of the top ten teams in the third Associated Press ranking poll of the season, three have uncrossed goal lines and three others have allowed only one touchdown each. Louisiana State, which features a rugged and eager defensive unit known as the "Chinese Bandits," clung to its top ranking in the poll of sports writers and broad-, casters by a dwindling margin over Northwestern. The 121 ballots cast gave LSU 1,064 points and Northwestern 1,041 although Louisians's Tigers had a 69-30 lead in first-place votes. Good Defense In three games so far, LSU has allowed only three points, shutting out its last two opponents. Texas, in fourth place, and Mississippi, which slid to fifth in a close vote this week, haven't yielded a point in three games each. Southern California (No. 6), Purdue (No. 7) and Tennessee (No. 8) have allowed one touchdown each. The big exception is Georgia Tech, which squeezed its way up from seventh place to third this week. Tech, usually strong on defense, has given up 30 points in three winning games. Northwestern has allowed its two opponents Closing Out Machinery Public Auction! Having rented my ground, 1 will sell the following machinery at Public Auction at the farm, 4 miles north and Va mile east of Glidden or 3Va miles straight east of Lidderdale FRIDAY, OCT. 9 Starting at 1 p. m. FULL LINE OF MACHINERY This Machinery has all been kept inside and i« In good condition. 1948 John Deere A, powr trol, roll-a- matic, aluminum pistons, water pump, good rubber, just overhauled. John Deere 3—14-in. plow, powr-trol No. 55A John Deere Powr-trol cylinder John Deere 4-row corn planter, No. 490. 160 rods wire. John Deere 4-row cultivator, No. 200 quick tach. John Deere 18-ft. disk, 18-in. wheels 3 years old Oliver 13-ft. spring tooth John Deere 7-ft. mower, No. 5 John Deere 4-bar side rake John Deere 4-sec., 20-ft. harrow folding evener. John Deere 101 picker John Deere running gears/ hvy. duty John Deere Flare Box Letz burr grinder with auger No. 220x Endgate seeder IHC 8-ft. binder, power take-off drive IHC manure spreader, on rubber John Deere 44-ft. elevator, 2 wheel complete J. D. overhead, wide, wagon hoist IHC hay loader Case 28-in. threshing machine, complete with belts 50-ft. drive belt Hydraulic manure loader Hay rack on steel running gears 200 bushel cattle feeder New 1200 bushel grain bin Hog waterer Small articles too numerous to mention. USUAL TERMS: Cash or make arrangements with the clerk. No property to be removed until settled for. HAROLD BERNS Byerly and Coins, Auctioneers Commercial Savings Bank, Lanesboro, Clerk — Oklahoma and Iowa — 23 points. The ratings underwent another big shakeup as a result of last Saturday's games. Iowa dropped from fifth to tenth and Army, Clemson and Notre Dame fell from the first ten clear out of sight. Newcomers to the top ten were Purdue, winner over Notre Dame; Southern California and Wisconsin. Top Ten The top ten teams with first place votes in parentheses. 1. Louisiana State (69) 1,064 2. Northwestern (30) ._ 1,041 3. Georgia Tech _ 665 4. Texas 656 5. Mississippi (2) :.._ 601 6. Southern California (9)._ 575 7. Purdue __ 446 8. Tennessee _._ _._. 429 9. Wisconsin 233 20. Iowa _ 182 11. South Second Ten Carolina (3) 12. Syracuse (1) , 53. Oklahoma (2) 14. Auburn 15. Southern Methodist 1C. Penn State (2) 17. Florida Air Force 19. Arkansas 20. Illinois Missouri, New Mexico State and Ohio State had one first place' vote each. .. 155 132 110 88 63 60 56 35 „. 34 33 SERIES REFLECTIONS! Considerable interest has been generated in the World Series in this area because Sam Esposito, former Carroll Merchant star, has seen utility action with the Chicago White Sox. Carroll area fans obviously are disappointed that Sammy has not been in action as a regular, but he has the toughest role on the club, and here's what some of his fellow players think: "The pressure is on Sammy all the time," explains Coach Tony Cuccinello. "Just about every time he goes into a ball game he's in a tough spot. Someone else could make a mistake and they'll probably get another chance. But not Sammy." "Look at it this way," says Earl Torgeson, veteran first baseman, "Sammy comes in and if he makes a good play everybody expects it. That's why they sent htm in. But il he boots one — then it sticks out like a sore thumb." Manager Al Lopez, the most defensive • minded manager in the American League says Esposito is the best utility man in the loop. He can play second, short and third and has played in the outfield. He also is a good base runner. "I can't remember Sammy ever being thrown out trying for an extra base," Lopez said. The White Sox rate Esposito highly despite the fact he has a six-year big league batting average of .220, which is one of the lowest in the league. It has been his misfortune to play behind Chicp Carrasquel and then Luis Aparicio. "Sammy's a terrific competitor," says Jim Rivera. "He could be the regular shortstop on at least four other clubs in the league — Boston, Washington, Detroit and Baltimore. But I'm glad we've got him. There isn't another guy In the league who is as cool under pressure." And that's what the White Sox think of the player who used to thrill Carroll Merchant fans here a few years ago. * * * GRID STATISTICS: A victory can make a lot of difference in the individual and team statistics for the preps, and that is exactly what has happened in these parts. Both Kuemper and Carroll turned in victories last weekend and the statistical tables tell their own story. Here are the latest figures after four games: CARROLL STATISTICS Two Sportsmen Meetings Here During October Two meetings of interest to Carroll County sportsmen are scheduled in October, Russell White, Glidden, secretary of the Carroll County Wildlife League reports. Conservation On Oct. 12 the County Conservation board will meet at 8 p.m. in the board room at the courthouse. The meeting is open to the public and park and recreation facilities will- be discussed. Conservation officers include Al Gute, Carroll, president; E. R. Henning, Breda, vice president; Orval Fink, Manning, secretary; Stephen Garst, Coon Rapids, director; Leone Hobbs, Glidden, director; and Russell White, Glidden, conservation officer. On Oct. 22 the Wildlife Conser- C Victories 2 Points 40 First Down, Rushing 25 First Down, Passing 5 Yds Rusing 503 Yds. Passing 179 Passes Att. 51 Passes Comp. 15 Passes Inter. 4 Total Yds 682 Punts 16 Punts Avg. 27 Punts, Blocked 0 Fumbles Lost 6 Penalties 17 Yds. Penalized 135 CARROLL INDIVIDUALS: Rushing Foe 32 29 2 520 103 49 12 16 30 1 150 At. Yds. Avg Leaonard Snyder 49 234 4.8 vation League will meet in the Iowa Public Service business of fice basement in Carroll. Projects to be reviewed include banding oi 250 pheasants raised by Art Huls ing, Roselle, and released in July; and banding of 175 quail raised by Hulsing, Elby Davidson and Orville Olberding and released in August. James Platt, Glidden, president of the league, also will report on the summer conservation school al Wall Lake in which 24 Carrol County boys from 13 to 15 years of age participated. Toughest Driver in Town! Careful Percy McFidget—who would believe that he's harder on his car than anybody in town? Why, he never goes over 35 or takes a trip over JO miles! Actually this kind of driving is very hard on a car engine because the engine seldom gets "warmed up** sufficiently. The oil tends to be sluggish,Sludge forma in the crankcase. The way is open for dangerous wear and corrosion. But there's something you can do about this, to protect your motor. If you have to do a lot of start- and-stop driving at low speeds, as most of us do, use Trop-Artic* Motor Oil. It flows fast... resists sludge formation ... helps your car run better, longer. Get Trop-Artic Motor Oil at any station where you see the Phillips 66 Shield. •A trademark ,r ^Dodgers Steal Script Go-Go White Sox ,c LOS Hv JEIWY MSKA iPiaye to date, but the Sox t,;,, A«orintpd Press Sport* Writer i three games to one and it i-mild ivr-iii-c ATI The'* 1 " f ' n(i loda * lf ( < hlc3 « () fiuls '» AM.KLKS 'Al > - £ ke some tjmply hits . g Dodgers have stolen tlie «cri P l nf the Chicle. White Sox in the World Series. Sammy Esposito Jon Lane 23 122 5.3 John Schaben 24 24 1.0 Dave Wenck 15 34 2.2 John Helmkamp 13 1 .08 Passing John Schaben Pass Receiving Roger Kaspersen John Helmkamp Larry Cover Jon Lane Punting John Schaben Scoring Roger Kaspersen Leonard Snyder Jon Lane John Schaben At. Com. Inter. Yds. 51 15 4 179 Comp. Yds. 8 98 3 25 2 26 1 3 Avg. Bl. 27 0 PAT TTL. 2 0 12 2 1 1 1 1 0 Oufsteal Sox Instead ol I ho larcenous \\lnii. The Dormers have been uul-hit. j Sox. it's the- Dodgers who nr, 4! lo'n in tho four swies games j running the bases with abandon. not only outslealing fhe Sox. 4 fhefls to 2. but also getting num. mileage out of their hits. For instance. Monday's first Dodger run came on Wally Moon's scoot from first to third which rlrew a somewhat inaocurali> throw from Jim Lanclis. The Ivail nicked Moon and caromed past third baseman Billy Goodman. ;il home State Board to Review Brechler, Evashevski Feud Jl)\\A V I I i • - , uiiiu ucuiri ntui i.Jin.v vi"i.'*ii Control <>f Athletics at the Mate M ing Moon lo scamper r i ._..», ,-.(,-. r I 1 11 *-vC/l'l\f ' !~i ... University of Iowa meets Tuesday night and apparently will frame an IV This was a typical White Sox plaj during the regular season. One at a Time Manager Al Lope/ refused to throw inMhe sponge as he nanu-i) Bob Sluiw. second scries ^aiiic loser, to tackle the Dodgers in Chicago's "must" game today. "You play (lie World Series just like you play any series duriiiL; the season — one game at a chairman , ,r nic " sa jd the Senor, not too Att. TD J3 7 6 At. 59 KUEMPER INDIVIDUALS Rushing Bob Bromert Fred Dolezal Jerry Gehling Denny Gute Steve Macke Dale Wenck Passing Jerry Gehling Pass Receiving Larry Brown Fred Dolezal lom Dolezal Jim Goetzinger Denny Gute Vern Henkenius Steve Macke Punting Larry Brown Scoring Jerry Gehling Jim Goetzinger Denny Gute Steve Macke Dale Wenck KUEMPER STATISTICS At. Yd. Av. 3 5 1.7 8 39 4.9 23 8 .4 20 107 5.3i 16 69 4.3 28 175 6.2 Com. Ydg. 23 Com, 1 2 4 Ydg. answer So Conch Forest Evashevski's request that he be allowed lo "review any opportunities which are presented" before his contract expires in 1%3. The hoard also is expected to discuss the controversy between Evashevski and Athletic Director Paul Brechler. Dr. George Easton of the board, Monday said- "the immediate requirement is an answer to the second paragraph of Mr. Evashevski's letter of rcsiRna-j t , a " mes i 0 v vin the World tion." That's the paragraph i", and'they haven't won tluit four which Evashevski asked to be permitted to examine any offers. "He did not have to make this request," Easton said, "but now that he has made it the board will answer it." The feud between Brechler and j lives and 24 senators. Evashevski flared into the open j last Saturday when the "1" Club, i a group of sports fans and alum-j ni, asked for Brechler's resignation. ! Evashevski had announced he was * leaving only hours after "We've boon doing a cliff-harm j,,g ac ( a ]| season, it takes four one yet. Sometimes hardest one." Largest state legislature in the United States is that of New Hampshire, which has 400 represent a- Brechler said he was turning down a Pittsburgh offer and was stay- ins at Iowa. 39 Rushing 17 Victories Points Scored First Downs — —Passing —Penalty Net Yards — Rushing —Passing Passes Attempted Completed Inter. By Total Yds. From Scrimmage Yds Gained Punts and Kickoffs Punts Punt Ave. Punts Blocked By Fumbles Fumbles Lost Penalties Yds Lost Penalties Benjamin Moore Metallic COAST-TO- COAST Store CARROLL INVITES YOU TO SEE THE NEW JEXCLUSEVi POWER BLADE SAW WorW'i Sof».l Power Sowl NO OTHER SAW LIKE IT Only $189.95 Including 20* BLADE COMf IN FOR FRCt DtMONSTRATION TODAYl A complete new line of economy cars in the low-price field! NOW DODGE BUILDS TWO GREAT CARS New DODGE DART • New '60 DODGE

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