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East Gains Final With Tuesday's Results Ea«f 7,H«over 0 Tonight's Game 7:30 p.m. -Sa-del vs. East al North. By Kevin Hcllyer Kevin O'Boyle stymied Hoover on three hits and struck out 12 Tuesday as East scored a 7-0 victory in the high school sectional baseball tournament at North and earned the right to face Saydel tonight for the championship. East scored the only run it really needed in the first inning when Craig Peterson tripled and went home on a wild pitch by loser Ted Christenson, who struck out 13. O'Boyle, 16, allowed only two bnnt singles and a looping single. Hoover had ran* ners In scoring position in five of the seven innings but O'Boyle used his strikeouts to get out Sf trouble. East added two runs in the fifth on Jim McBride's squeeze bunt and Ted Gardner's sacri^ fice fly. The Scarlet tallied four runs in the sixth on Tom Powell's single, Bob Cobley's double, another wild pitch and a double steal. Hoover 000000 0-0 3 1 East 700 024 x—7 5 2 Des Moines Register Wed., July 23 1969 3*$ ! DEMOS FIRM ON Kenyon Try Again AtKnoxville TIV QCCADUO By Wayne Grett IMA llCrUlllfld (Register Slat) Writer) ( I KNOXV1LLE, IA.-H is e'er- WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) - jtaiil Me! Kenyon will watch the Tho ^^^ Democratic Policy i i >» ' v/ommittcc i*cftf i inntcd Tucsoflv : JaUhe'Marion County'Fair here. its position that extension of i And possibly he will win his first the surtax must be tied to tax feature race after two tries. ; reform, btit decided to discuss Kenyon, formerly of Daven- 1 Ind., Nice July Day in Iowa Case for the Defense? situation f urtncr W ith the the winner's money in the June 19 feature race here. But Merle Bettenhausen protested the defending U.S.A.C. midget champ passed him illegally on a yellow flag and officials eventually ruled Bob Tattersall of Streator. 111., the winner. Bettenhausen was awarded second and Kenyon was placed third. 'Kenyon also failed to win in a 1968 appearance here. The committee's decision was taken at a 2'4-hour closed session. It followed a personal plea from the President and top officials — as well as a prestigious team of former secretaries of the Treasury — for quick action on the surtax. Senate Democratic Loader Mike Mansfield of Montana, who is the policy committee's chairman, told newsmen after 0*10 from US ntXIHlH »l/*fAU - ISIA Jim Marshall, Minnesota Vikings' veteran defensive end, demonstrates adaptability of phone-in-a-brlefcase unit manufactured by his company In Minneapolis. Marshall, president of the firm, may be experimenting on ways to make device Mtksell ». j and strode; _&" ijiciiauii, iminseii \oi ana a O'Boyle and Powell. U—Christenson. Urbandale Girls Triumph, 13-3 Cindy Ericksen belted three singles and drove in three runs to boost Urbandale past Waukee, 13-3, in a high school girls' softball semifinal game at Urbandale Tuesday. All of Urbandale's 13 hits were singles. The Bluejayettes face Adel in the sectional final at Urbandale tonight at 8 o'clock. Waukee 000 03--3 3 3 UrbandBle 60403-1313 2 Cook and Garland; Jacobs, Hill (5) •nd Connelly. W-Jaeobs. L-Cook. work for him on gridiron. MANKATO, MINN. (AP) - from Jim Marshall, defensive end for the Minnesota Vikings, showed up at his National Football League training camp Tuesday peddling $2,500 telephones. Marshall's off-the-field job as president^ of a commu- ^ nications corporation is a year-around thing for him — selling mobile phones fitted in a briefcase — in addition to playing football. "I really don't have to sell it," says Marshall, who has played in 142 straight league games for the Vikings. "It sells itself. That's why it doesn't interfere with football." But during the noon break iractices at Mankato State College, Marshall gathered a crowd around him and presented a soft sell of the wireless telephone that is operated by special batteries. The 6-foot 3-inch, 247 pound- er, who gained Viking fame when he picked up a fumble in 1964 and ran 66 yards the wrong way for a safety instead of a touchdown, says he is just getting into the telephone business. Marshall saw an advertisement last January in the Wall Street Journal and made a few calls. He went into partnership with Bob Denny, a former Minneapolis alderman, and won the franchise to sell the unusual phones in WIREPHOTO (API Wisconsin, North Dakota, South Dakota and Minnesota. Marshall also is known for his business-like defensive play — the Vikings' front four trapped enemy passers 44 times last year for 307 yards in losses. And as Marshall prepares for another season, he's got his telephone with him. Probable Customer "I usually take it everywhere I go except on the field," he says. "I take it into the dressing room and set it down by the locker." Asked if he had sold the Vikings a set, Marshall said, "not yet. But I'll get them." Tattersall. who holds a short; the session that the discussions lead over Kenyon in the current! wlth the administration might championship race, also will: co ™ e later t nis we <* compete and so will Betten- The Democratic policy hausen. - group a month ago said the A field of 30 was entered but surtax extension bill would race officials expect 40 or more! not be brought up for Senate drivers by time trials. Gary Bet- debate until a tax reform tenhauscn, Merle's brother and measure is ready for consid- an Indianapolis 500 veteran-like eration, too. Kenyon, also is expected/ j Adrninis , ration arguments for Time trials will begin at 8 a cn .„ that „, : o'clock. Warm up s will com- presentee(| Tuesday ' at fl meet . and Warm temperatures and fair to partly cloudy skies prevailed over Iowa Tuesday. Temperatures were near normal at most points with afternoon readings in the middle to upper 80s in the west and south to the lower to middle 80s in (he northeast. Iowa was caught between two weather systems Tuesday — a stationary frontal zone in southern Missouri and a cool- front approaching from the northwest. The cool front is expected to move slowly southeastward across the \ state today. Some shower and thundcrshowfr activity will probably be triggered by the frontal /one as it pushes through the state. Forecasts Temperatures FOR WEDNESDAY, J.ULY 13, W» The lollnving h:,l of c>».« sMcv.i (HI LOCAL-Pflrtly cloudy with ft chance of fl tiirjtusf t<?mper,ituri-% occurring bc'.'voen A briel shower or thundcrshowpr tod.iv flnd ,vm -mil 6 n m. tupscMr. July }}, (I.) litllr- Ifrmprrftture cbflnqe. High noar 8^. lows! temperatures occurring between 6 F.ijr to partly clourlv ar>d n little coplor ,vm. iV.onrMv and 6 o rn Tuesday. ,ind toii ; qht and Thursday. Low tonight (P) nrtxipitfllion in inches occurring be- About M. ' twcen 6 fl m. Monday and 6pm. Tunnd-iv: " t-Part; • — ----10 WA- rtly clotidy Ihrouart Thursday. Chancp of scattered showers or thunder- Ihowors today and east and south tonioht Burlinqion Cedar R,i»ids IOWA (HI 87 84 (LI (PI imence at 7. Eight events includ- iing a 40-lap feature are sched- inan ican uled. The Entries No. 1, Mel Kenyon, Leanon, n., fenhauser; 3, Bob Tattersall, Streator, carry Klrkoatrlck, Dave Stri Pleasanf'HlIt, Calif:, Offenhautjr; I, Dick Jones, Whitewater, Wis., Ollennauser; 10, Les Scott, Livonia, Mich., OHenhauser; 12, Bob Grlentrie, Indianapolis, Ind., Of- tenhauser j 1», Chuck Amltl, Greenfield, Tenn^Chevy.?; 21, Bill Enqelhart^Madi- Treasury son, ing of c r a t i c congressional leaders with Mr. Nixon and the others at the White House, before the Democratic policy group's caucus. President Nixon had lined up a prestigious team of former secretaries -to urge - enauser; , , IN.. Falcon; ?s, Bob wenie, si. speedy extension of the sur- Louls, Mo., Offenhauser; 30, Jack Bous- r J loq, La Port City. Tex., OHenhriuser; tax. 36. Larry Rice, Linden. Ind., Often- hauser; 3». Bllv Renshaw, Murphysboro,; TpC Por't Beach. Ca'llf'ofly; 43. Don'Brown,! Secretaries Of the I?s n enh?u«rL 0 ebanon i , f -'.nd 0 ," r iify ;<7 5o, s Jim! Robert B. Anderson, C. Douglas group included former Colo., Chev' •f M, Wa y 2;.». Merle Dillon and Henry H. Fowler, .n Secretary David M. s s e cK r oen'v n e d f;|Kennedyand William Tlmlev "Park. "III.."Chevy Yates, Cedar Rapids, Chi ^a^,_ f bernico, "Coon Rapids, "Minn., . 131, Jerry Mans, Richfield, Chew 2. oeifennauacu, 7; 85, Wlllard evy 7i 109, Jot Chevy 2; Minn., McChesney Martin, chairman of the Board. Federal Reserve mil Wednesday. Hluhs today near 80: north to JS-90 south. Cooler tonioht and; Clinton south arm central Thursday. .Council niultt vo 61 ILLINOIS — North: Partly sunny today, Decoiriti . • n •,» warmer and more humid, chance ot Iowa Ciiv . . V3 A? thundcrshowers mainly afternoon; vari- MaOleton . a4 SB able cloudiness, chance ol thunder. Mason Ci'y Pi S9 showers tonlghl arid over southc,v.t Sioux ON . 88 61 Thursday; cooler and less humid Thursday; highs today «4 to 90. South: Chancn UNITED STATtr;, of showers and thunderstorms throuiih . (It) III Thursday; hlahs today 84 to 94. Ainany. N Y az 60 MINNESOTA - Showers and Ihundr"-- Alhununrnue 'n 6=1 storms southeast early today; partly Amarillo '^ f-s cloudy tonight and mostly fair Thurv i Ashcvillc 8' M day; highs today 7* to 82 north end W to Atlanta fl' 1 n 85 south! cooler tonlqht. Billings B' '.0 MISSOURI — East and south: Chance ot i Birmingham 91 n locally heavy showers and thunder-, Bismarck '6 H storms through Thursday; hiahs today . Boise 17 VI 84 to 94. Northwest: Partly cloudy today i Boston 68 63 and Thursday; chance'ol scattered thun- i Brownsville 9B 60 dershowers north today and over aroa : Buffalo 83 it? tonight and Thursday; cooler .north I Burlington, VI ai 59 tonlqht and over area Thursday; highs ; C.i'Pcr 1\ 59 today »5 to 90. Charleston, S C. Hi 74 NEBRASKA (east and central) — Partly Charleston, W.Va BJ 6' cloudy today and Thursday; chance ol Charlotte. N.C. , 9? n scattered Ihundorshowers east and south Chicaw ••'. 7} 48 .central today and extreme southpaw* Cincinnati B3 71 toniqht and Thursday; cooler today <•«• Cleveland 8? 64 cept extreme southeast and cootrr south- Columtiuo, Ohio 83 67 east toniqht and Thursday; hlflhs today Denver.... 87 near 60 central and northeast to 85' Detroit B5 southeast. ; Dululft 74 SOUTH DAKOTA - Fair to partly cloudy; El P.TSO 97 through Thursday night; cooler tonlohl; i Fargo 81 hiohs loday 84 to 8». ' Fort Worth IP) .AS .01 .84 WISCONSIN Partly cloudy today, i Great Falls 90 Cycle-Riding Iowa Tennis King Back to Defend Title By Ron Maly (Register Staff Writer) CEDAR RAPIDS, IA. — Mike Sprengelmeyer of Dubuque, who rode a motorcycle 180 miles to compete in the Iowa Open tennis tournament last year, will be back to defend his men's singles championship this week. The colorful former Southern Illinois University star wore a football jersey and an orange bandana while whipping John Bregin of Kansas City, 8-6, 9-7, for the 1968 title. Sprengelmeyer's brother, Bob, is also in this week's field. Other title threats are Steve Wilkinson of Iowa City, Bill Rompf of Des Moines and Tom Gray of Waterloo. Action in the men's and women's divisions won't start until Friday, but there will be plenty of volleying before then. Competition starts this morning in boys' and girls' 18, 16 and 14- and-under classes. "We've got about 150 entries," said Tournament Manager Bob Fait. "However, the men's field is smaller than last year when we had 51 players. This year we'll have about 30." Mona Schattau of Iowa City, a student at Rollins College in Florida, will be back to defend her women's sing 1 e s championship. Beth Stock of Grundy Center will play in that division and also is a favorite in the girls' 18- and-under bracket. The Veterans Memorial Tennis Center is headquarters for the tournament, but, as usyal, matches will be played all over town. Fourteen new courts will be used this year. There 1 are three new ones at Taft Junior High, three at Harding, two at McKinley and six at Kennedy High School. Junior titles will be decided Friday. Adult championships will be settled Sunday. GRANDVIEW VS, HIGHLAND WesS Tuesday's Results Grandview 11, South Des Moines Highland Park 4, Fort Des Molnt Thursday's Games CONSOLATION 3:30 D.m.—Fort Des Molnej vs. South Dei Moines at Beaverdale CHAMPIONSHIP «:00-Grandvlew vs. Highland Park at •taverdfile Grandview and Highland Park gained the final round of the Little League Senior Division All-Star tournament with victories Tuesday. Grandview downed South Des Moines, 11-8, as the teams combined for 15 errors. Grandview committed nine and the losers six. Kevin Bonthuis hurled a three-hitter, but H wasn't enough as Highland Park ousted Fort Des Moines, 4-2. Jim Calhoun had a four-hitter for the victors. The title game will be played at 6 p.m. Thursday at Beaverdale. The consolation game between Fort Des Moines and South Des Moines is set for 3:30. Grandview 3004040-11 9 9 South Des Moines . 100 320 2-196 Shipley and Topp; Marturello and Gale. Fort Des Moines 000 000 2-2 4 3 Hlahland Park 100 300 x—4 3 < Calhoun and Craig; Bonthuis and O'Donnell. Grinnell Cowboy Winner of $2,100 (Special Dispatch to Th« Register) DENVER, COLO. Mayo of Grinnell, la.. OUTDOOR TIPS POUR A LITTLE LIQUID DETERGENT OVER BOTTOMS OC YOUR COOKING PAHS BEFORE USING OVER AH OPEN PRE... DORZWEILER WINS CROWN Dick Dorzweiler won the 17- 18- year-old boys' singles title at the All-City tennis tournament at Birdland Tuesday! Dorzweiler downed Tom Sample, Women's State Amateur Golf First Round , Maxine Leslie, Council Bluffs .. 4S-53-I01 «Fran Day, Council Bluffs 52-49—>01 Jacque Fladoos, Dubuaue Bobbe Lichty, Waterloo sue nannan, Ceoar Rapids J9-jy- Rosemary Mueller, Davenport ...39-41- 37 38 75 Betty Ewald, Council ttlufts 47-54-101 J9.JSZ TaJJoyce Boeke, Grlnnell 49-53—102 jj.jv- 7k Betty Hoffman, Dubuoue 53-50—103 \ L:.V iXiii on Laura May Johnson, Spencer 52-51—103 Lynn Sandeman, Creston 40-41— 81 Linda Schelldorf, Marion 40-43— 83 Eileen Van Horn, D.M 40-43— 83 Katny Worrell, Perry " " Nancy Bailey, Coon Rapids . Beth Kroner, sibl Melan one ice, 6-3 and 6-1. Singlet — l Coon Rapids ... ..lelanie Schiller, Waterloo .. Cindy Barlos, Iowa Falls ... Mary Schneider, Sheldon ... Beverly Hodge, Dubuoue .. Stella Roberts, Coon Raplos {Corky Nydle. Ottumwa .41-43- 84 .40-44— 84 .41-44- 85 .42-44- 84 MEN i Wlttenstein beat Chan- invMcCollum beat uir\j i^ruici wnwiiiwa :Mary Demaranville, Sioux City . Beth .. Nell T . Ninnetlo Bennett-Mahle, 6-3, 6-3; Shoemaker-Beck beat Thelen-Tnelen, 6-3. t-Ji Chapman-SII- verman beat Anderson-Grlsmer, 6-1, 6-2; Barry-Raocaport beat Garrlion-Shotwell, <-2, t-4; Shoemaker-Beck won by default; McCollum-McCollum beat Shaumburq-Van Ginkel. 6-2, 8-6; Buss-Stokstad beat Cnap- man-Silverman, 10-», 4-3; H|cks-Wickl»f won by default; McClaln-Shay beat Zarley-Brown, 7-5, 'BO' YS 15-1* Double* — Doraweiter-Proctor won by default; Zaletel-Hoss beat Perry-Welder, BOYS1MI Singlit — Dick Dorzweiler beat Tom Pi HtioiB i\uwci i», w.rm. Bea Olson, Rock Rapids Slnglii Sample, 6-3, 6-1. Sintlei — default. BOYS 13-14 Tom Economos won by .44-47— .45-46- 91 .47-44— 91 .47-45- 92 .43.49— 92 .46-47- 93 . 45-48— 93 .47-47- 94 .46-48— 94 Becky"EustlceTcoon'Rapids '.'.'.'.'. 48-46- 94 H" : oru " . (r.dO'-a 46-49— 95 Jacque Carney, Sioux City 49-46- 95 Hoien Blancnard, Council Bluffs 51-45— 96 Pat Ulrich. Pella 45-51— 9 Lynn Erickson, Algona 52-44— 9i Betty.Pierce, Sioux Cify BOYS 12-AND-UNDER Slntles — Karl Stundins beat Jeff'Book, 10-1; Stundins beat Jim Kaldem, 10-3; Lar ry Bates t Snype Myers, 10-0; Jim Baehr beat Bates, 10-1; Roser Knapp beat Charles Lozler, 10-1; Pat Davey beat Lew Bolton, 10-7; Knapp beat Davty, 10-8; Duke Reichardt beat Irving Isaacson, 106; Steve Rosenberg Ron Johnson, 10- inbers"bearReJcharo% I0-5i Its — Sandaulst-Barney won , 10 , 10 by default; Burns-Anderson won by default: Jennings-Jennings won be default; Van Why-Zarlev beat Van Cleave-Zalctal, 10-4: Blaes-Marturello beat Romeo-Crawford, 10-0; Jensen-Harding beat Gregg-Johnson, 10-3; Long-Long won bv default. Singles— Judy Wlschen beat Diane Shay, M, 6-3;.Rae Jaben beat Diane Fin- lev, 7-5, 4-6, 6-4, Doubles — Bennett-Jenkins beat Anderson-Hager, 6-3, 6-2; McCollum-Wallace beat Anderson-Van Why, 6-3, 10-8. OIRLS 1S-U Singles — Susan Ransom beat Janet Nlelson, 6-J, «-2; Tana Meteiman beat Cathy Clark, 6-1, 6-4; Debbie Stetson beat Shan Comlskev, 6-1, 6-1; Cheryl Benda beat Join Nlzzl. 4-1, 6-1; Stetson beat Benda, 6-2, 6-1; Terri Roth beat Sandi Wldtllff, t-1, t-Ol Leslie Myron beat Maureen McFall, 4-0, ' • Lila Hagen Ann Wlllbr, .. Marv Anderson, Storm Lake . Debbie Marsh, Sioux City... Jean Morgan, Sioux City.... Dorothy Gallagher, D.M. ... Hnbv Pumn. Co"ncil Blufls ., Phil Henrlch, Alton ... Dolores Borman, Council Bluffs .49-51—100 Wllma Jones, Paullina Mary Kay Anderson, Sioux City Singles — Kim Hanson beat Ann Follelt, i-3 6-3 Doubles — Wineoar-Wlnegar beat Baum- Martindale, 4-2, 6-0; Bryant-Freehold beat Anderson-Beattv, 6-3, 4-2; Bryant-Ffeeland beat Brllev-Harrls, 4-0, 4-1; K beat Truss-Miller, 4-1, «-4; ton beat Terrell-Jordan. 4-4, 7-23 AT DISHWASHING TIME, THE PLACKENEP AREAS WILL WASH OCP WITHOUT TOO MUCH SCOURING Keller-Wheeler "ampbell-Ben- , . .. --0; CSmpbell- Benton beat Mver«-HocKensrnlth, 6-2, 4-2. Single* —°Joy Ra'blnowlu beat Julie Johnson, 10-3; Sharon Phillips won by default; Laurie Larson beat Ann Follett, 10-3; Cindy Clason beat Linda Hartzer. 104; Karen CIvltMe b*at Julie Gluw, 10-1; Diane McFall beat Marv MaMrello. 10-0. Doublet — McDivltt-Onwie won by default; Leto-McFall beat Whlpple-Morrls, 10-0. Southeast Polk, Bondurant Lose (The Register's Iowa News Service) PLEASANTVILLE, IA. Prairie City beat Bondurant- Farrar, 16-10, and Pleasantville toppled - Southeast Polk, 14-4, Tuesday night to gain the finals of tonight's girls' sectional high school softball tournament here. Two Bondurant-Farrar pitchers allowed only six hits but 18 walks and six errors — five walks and five bobbles during, inning — led' , McMalnv Council Bluffs . . f son, Storm eaver, Council Huffs 45-45— 90 Anne Atchenbruniwr, Dubuque 44-44— 90 t«/r.'inv sobJfirt, SPint LaKe 46-44— 90 Kate Nelson, Fori _ Louise Hanson, Fort _ Judy Lehnls, Dutauque .... Tobln Funk, Dubuque — :arol Van Horn, D.M Jee Erickson, Algona .... Marlon Lichty, Waterloo . ^olly Watts, Cedar Rapids leiene Roberts, O.M. Peg C Pat. H Crowley, Dubuque _. ison, Nevada .. lettv olerma, Grlnnell. 'at McGuiness, D.M. lulda Olson, Sioux City letly Dunham, Onawa Betty Thye, Burlington Robin Funk, Dubuque en! Howard, Sioux City 48-48— 96 53-43— 96 49-47— 96 .49.47— 94 .47-49— 96 . 45-51— 96 48-40— 96 .45-52- 97 Laura May Johnson, Spencer.... Trudy Klnney, Newell ; „.-..,.—,„.. Anne Burke, iloux City «-5*-!52 .52-51.51-52- Quarantine for Hog Cholera WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) Del-Mar-Va peninsula has chance ol thundershowers and warmer ' Helena. _. east and south, turning cooler and less! Houston 94 humid northwest; partly cloudv and Indianapolis 84 cooler north and west, chance of thun- J" cl<s on, Miss 93 dershowers southeast tonight' partly' Jacksonville 87 sunny Thursday; cooler and less humid Kansas City 84 -" sections; hlohs today 75 to 80 north- L ' 15 , Vc J> as , -® 1M " '- "" — -- •• Little Rock 99 j Los Aniicles 85 Louisville , 84 I Memphis f. 9* Miami Beach 88 1 Midland. Tex .-...99 Milwaukee , 70 85 Minneapolis 80 84 New Orleans 90 89 New York 79 B4 1 North Platte 67 Oklahoma City 95 west, In 80s east and south., D JsS. M .9. l ££5.'SEATMER DATA been placed under federal quar- millC OUT RC( 31UUM V.H T «••* t ^i-^^ i u.J ' , i.i •» Betty Jordan, Marshaiitown "-"-IS 3 , i antine to prevent the spread of Mrs. John Dunn, Estherville.....52-52—104! *" ... . ,. Hsiene spnnqer. D.M 50-55-105 hog cno era. the Agriculture Virginia. Love.!.. Dm. M-53-1S5. 1 . ^-_-_. ' B i Virginia Joyce Hiser. Sioux City "an L«hr, Grundy Center... jhlrley Stout, Grlnnell h'ran Mali. Sioux City Lorraine Tufty, Sioux City . Mary Gordon, Belmond ... Maudie Smith, Sioux City .. June Anderson, Davenport Erma Kuhl, Sioux City ... Frances Rust, Iowa City Mrs. Roy Stroud, Estherville Helen Wieland. Sioux City Alice Ballah, Dubuque Geri Anderson, Sioux City Violet Margaret, Glenwood. Jan Lauters, Le Mars .. • Helen Rosenbaum, Sioux city announced Tues- 1 a.m. 5 a.m. 3 a.m. 4 a.m. 5 a.m. 6 a.m. 7 a.m. B a.m. 9 a.m. 10 a.m. 11 a.m. 1? noon I D.m. 2 P.m. 3 D.m. 4 p.m. 5 u.m. 6 D.m. 7 D.m. I D.m. • p.m. - 10 D.m. 75 n o.m. 79 i? mid. 85 1 a.m. 84' 1 a.m. TEMPERATURE ACCUMULATION Hlqhost at 4 p.m. Lowost at 6 a.m. ~ 84 Philadelphia 80 82! Phoenix 108 78; Pittsburgh 11 •12 Portland, Maine 67 '5 Portland, Ore 78 Z? Raleiqh 91 '.', Rapid City 82 iv Reno ao Richmond 51, Louis .51-54-105, (jay. . I Normal .50-55—1051 _., . . ... Deficiency tor day .52-54-1061 The peninsula includes sec-'Excess since first of 53-53—1061,. r . . . in.ll^l..,., .*: .:.., •fi-l?-!8 6 l tions of Delaware, Maryland 1 Deficiency since lirM ot vear PRECIPITATION ajoj—cuo . ... . . 50-56-10* and Virginia east -— • ".".".'.53-56—i Ml i " J? , " ".", . T (Total since Jan 1 > ... 51-55-lOsI peake Bay along the Atlantic Normal since Jan. I fo date nd. Sioux Cilv 52-55-107 '-, . , Dubuque 53-54-107 Coast. ..55-52—107 ..54-53-107 ..52-56—108 ..53-55—108 ..55-54—109 Chaririafn be'aton/' D.M.'",..'.'..'.'..55-54—109 Joyce Rogers, Sioux City 55-54—109 Frances Rust, Iowa City 53-56-109 Ethel Hayes, Sioux City 53-56-tM Lavon Slife, Hawarden 57-53-110 een osa, . Bonnie cmcoine, Sioux City Emile Scovllle, Sioux City , Debbie Johnson, Aurelia .53-57—110 Under the quarantine, hogs cannot be moved across!wind state lines from the restricted area unless they go directly to meat plants for slaughter and special processing. Pork prod- Excess since Jan. l MISCELLANEOUS (Barometer in inches 30 03 Relative Humidity ,87 Wind Velocity Calm Sto.idy Weather Clnar Sunrise tod.iy 6:00 Sunset Heney Ghomis, Sioux City . VlroinlB Ha»hr. Sioux City .. Patsy Potter, Sioux City .... Beth Smith. Paullina Helen Davenport, Sorm Lake. Joyce Johnstone, Sioux City . Anna Berqren, tsoone Plorpnce . Sioux Cltv . .. Elizabeth Pheleps, Sioux City lone Reid, Boone r, , Sioux city andt, Cherokee .47-45— 92 I Doris Landau, Hawarrten .49-48— 97>Bea Blxler, Council Bluffs .47-51—98 I Alice Ward, Sioux City 49-49— 98 Patti Ford, Sioux City .46-52— 90 Merle Ihle, Ps'illlna .50-49- 99 H37<!| Aq^rrt, Sioux City .50-49- 99 Darlene Cutler, Council Bluffs.. .48-51- 9»i Jo Scoville, Sinux City.. .47-52- 99; Helen Leduc, Council Bluffs 50-49— 99 Oav Grote, Dubuque ..57-54-n! j ucts shipped interstate from the : "la-m! quarantined area also must be llsfcfl-i'ui specially processed. The U.S. traced the original og cholera infected pigs from farm in Somerset County, o-\\l ! Md., and sold at auction in Felm, Del., on June 13. C Moon First quarter'moon trom«Jul 22 through Julv ?7. Moon riics 3r?5 p.m. Moon sets 1J:26 a.m. ' A YEAR AGO HlQh temocrature in Des Mnines Low temperature In Des Moines Mercury; Planets , dawn; lost in ioMr 47-54—101 .48-53—101 BING'SPOST 19-0 VICTORY Tuesday's Results .International Lumber I, Ty's 66 Hamm's (Tv's 66 eliminated) "~ n E Bing's Brigade (Hamm's .nglneering limlnatedf theran 0 10, Mount Olive Lu- Today's Games Maxinc Mels, Sioux City . .59-6'-121 i 60-63-173; .44.60—124! 62-62—124: .64-61—125; 69-S9—178' 6S-64—129 Venus: E. dawn, very brioht. Mars: SE, dusk, very bright. Jupiter: S, dusk, quite bright. Saturn: E, dawn, tairly brioht. 100 90 87 TJ Saint Petersburg 91 77 Salt Lake City 97 l San Antonio 97 11 San Diego 82 119 San Francisco 5» Sault Salntc Marie 76 None Seattle 77 7.94 Shreveport 99 n M Spokane 88 18.14 Tucson 98 4. n Washington ai Wichita ..../I '?9'?r , , CANADA "5, Caloary 74 c Edmonton . 75 > Montreal ' 79 pn,r Ottawa 79 Pair Reqina ... ..- 68 Toronto 79 Winnipeg . . ' ' 79 Vancouver . . 77 WORLD Berlin (7 p.m.I Casablanca (6 p.m ) Geneva (7 p.m.) London (6 p.m.) Moscow (9 [>.m.; Paris (7 p.m ( 93 Rome 17 p.m ) 68 Saigon (7 a.m. today)' Tokyo (J a.m. tod,iy) Warsaw (7 p.m.I M missing, T trace) Reservoir Levels 63 66 53 74 61 76 56 55 /9 n 72 75 74 78 75 68 74 76 82 71 60 60 72 70 54 73 73 84 67 62 58 69 60 56 71 73 II 73 64 52 51 57 74 57 76 47 43 61 56 51 56 62 56 .01 .11 .47 .04 .01 .0! .05 66 50 6.1 70 70 14 57 Lousrh^r ..... Pat Probasco, Sioux City ........ 67-64-131; WOMEN- Continued from Page One Expand Hawaii Stormy Weather Plane Routes j In North, South 8 a.m. Tuesday Red RrvK- (Des Moines River; • --764 'Jt loot ftiMiny slowly (permanent pool levru '25 leet above sea level. Cor ; ilvillo (Iowa Pivcr): 711. n lent tailing s-owiy (summer pool level 630 feel above sea level). WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) ,The Civil Aeronautics Board Tuesday ordered into immediate j effect the new routes to Hawaii matched that on the tougheri il Canted last Jan 4 for four airlines — Western, Continental, back nine. Miss Harman, who won the girls' high school championship before graduating from Washington of Cedar Rapids, needed CHICAGO, ILL. (AP) -Thun- 1 der rumbled across the Northern Plains and heavy showers pelted the steamy South Tuesday. Funnel clouds were spotted THE DAY'S RECORD Des Moines Deaths during a thunderstorm near; ANDERSON' - Mrs, vioia, n. of Breckenridge, Minn., and west! ot Aberdeen, S.D. More than 2i ™*» inches .of rain soaked Fargo, N.D. only 29 putts and didn't have a ^ —— ^^ Braniff and Trans World. The board also made immediately effective the expanded Hawaii routes it granted two other airlines — United and Northwest-now serving Hawaii.! through Appalachia into Georgia tai _ r _ 3014 Thirty-'lourth St., died Tuesday al lot/a Methodist Hospital. ity- ist Hospital AKERS — Mrs. Dorothy, 62, ol. 5423 S.E. Eighth St., died Tuesday at Iowa Meth. , . ... odist Hospital. A storm pattern stretching [ ROTMAN -- Mrs. Fannie, no, of 1620 PIM- «u A 1-,,-u:., :„,„ r. :„ »"' 5( - d| ed Tuesday at Mercy Hospi- three-putt green. The longest putt she dropped 6:30 o.m.-General United Lile vs. S. and J. Sports. y.-OO-Packers °vs! V w'oodford Manufac- ' W3S 3 6-foOter for S birdie-three turlno on the 343-yard No. 5. Don Karnes hurled a one-hitter as Bing's Brigade handed Mount Olive Lutheran its first loss, 19-0, in the Men's City softball tournament at Birdland Tuesday night. Ron Fillman, who opened the tournament with a no-hitter and, followed that with a perfect P ar 3 Problem, game, had a five-hitter and cancelled the mainland-Hawaii authority it previously had proposed for American Airlines on a route to Japan, and instead doused Augusta with three-quarters of an inch of rain in one hour. More than 2 inches fell at Cape Girardeau, Mo., in six CAve hours and Birmingham. Ala.. | gave the airline a new route! reported more^ than an inch. ' through Hawaii and the South- The temperature ranged from Pacific to Australia. Costly No. 17 Mrs. Fred Mueller of Davenport was in contention on the pleasant, 80-degree day until she reached No. 17 and needed seven strokes on the 143-yard ABOARD USS HORNET _. .. ., ,, . . (AP) - Thursday will be a lri ., The 44-year-old mother of two great day for a splashdowni ! President ; 55 at Port Arigclcs, Wash., to 107 j at Noodles, Calif. Fine Weather ior Humphrey Tito Apollo Recovery In Private Visit Tuesday at Dos Moines General Hosni- 1,il. DCS Moines Births Mr. cjrtfj Mrs J<Jm*?s, 3jl? f Thirty-eighth court, a daughter, Tuesday tit io.'M Lutheran Hospital. HALFTHN Mr. and Mrs. Garry, ot .MIO Alriino ,'iVf.v, ,1 son, Tuesday at low,i Lutheran Hospttrtl. WIM.'/ER - '/r. ,ind Mrs. William, ol In- dmnola, a son, Tuesday at Mercy Hospital 5TRONG Mr. ond Mrs. Ivan J., /o?i Pnlrn drive, <t '.on, Tuesday at Were/ BARNADO Lcg.ih ave . Mr. and Mrv. Lloyd, S3 ,1 son, Tuesday at f^cr BELGRADE, YUGOSLAVIA (REUTERS) - Former Vice- Humbert H. Hum- NEEDHA'/ .Vr and Mri. FloVd 'II., nl Marshalltov/rf <t son, Tuesday at Des Moines General Hospital. Where's the Fire? struck out 12" as International j hooked an iron shot out of says the recovery ship's 1 -weath- P nre y Tuesday met Lumber eliminated Ty's 66 bounds and finally three-putted., erman. •' R Tit " nn Rrinni from competition, 8-3. In the other game, Hamm's committed six errors and was eliminated by Fawn Engineering, 10-5. Don Disbrow hit a solo homer for Hamm's in the seventh inning. President J. B. Tito on Brioni, the President's Adriatic Island resi- She had hit 14 greens in regu- Lt - Cmdr. William Taskei lation figures before that mis-i Tuesday forecast calm waters J pc " ce ' aftfter Humphrey arrived fortune and wound up with an and w a ^ [m ^temperatures- 80. for the Pacific Ocean recovery i.t. Fourteenth st , rescue unit. 10:44-2305 Grand ave , rescue unit P.M. 12:00-1722 E. Thirty second si . kilchen 1:20--S.E. Eighieenth and Scott streets, rescue unit. 4:03 1132 Park ave . rescue unit. 4:06—U10 E. Walnut st , rescue unit. 5:18-3315 S.E Third sl . gasol-ne. 6 : 0 A ? 4 1 6 university ave.. display case. Following her are Lynn Sand- Hid Now Tops In Golf Money NEW YORK, N.Y. (AP) Dave Hill, the year's only three- tournament winner, took the lead Tuesday in the Professional Golfers Association's Paul money-winning list with $129,343. won i Hill replaced Gene Litller, v/*|e tr\ • VlRingS UOVlS Injured in Drill Pleasantville's Rhonda Sum- 1 MANKATO, MINN (AP) — mers hurled a three hitter, got i The Minnesota Vikings' rookie three times Polk. hits and scored three in downing Southeast 020 040 4-10 100 401 10—16 6 Over : Sl0 "- K i m b e r I y (4) and Rasmusstn. uvcl IHeemstra and Stesnhoek. L — Klmberly. ' " ' - " 200 02- 4 3 326 21—14 t 1 Sander, Brashear (3) and Helm, Sum m«rs and DeJoode. L — Sander. running back Cornelius Davis of Kansas State sprained the arch of his right foot Tuesday in the team's first contact session. He is expected to be back in action today. \ The Vikings also signed two area. "We don't have any acl- eman, 18, of Creston with an verse forecast from now 81, Linda Schelldorf of Marion through end of mission," he and Eileen Van Horn, the for- sait * mer Des Moines pion, with 83's. The women will wind up qualifying with 18 holes today before being put into flights for the final days of competition. The top 1C will go into the champhionship flight in which Mrs. Nydle is now cham- Small waves of one to three feet and swells of three to five feet are expected. Water temperature should be in the 80s i and winds 10 to 15 knots. Sharks Leave fifteenth. ACE FOR DEE Robert Dee carded a hole-in-back Ed Sharockman. more than $2,100 last week in who was off the tour the last'one on the 160-yard ninth hole —_ ---— ; at Hyperion Tuesday. He used Argentinian Upsets a 7-iron. t», : »i • in rodeo competition. He was the all-around winner at Salinas, Kan., winning $1,559 in two bronc riding events, and pocketed $460 for bareback bronc riding at Nampa, Idaho. He has won $9,063 for the year and his brother, Bob, also of Grinnell, has won $10,016. two weeks. Littler has won; $104,996. Rounding out the top 10 are Frand Beard, $101,657; Gary Player, $89,006; Lee Trevino, $87,696; Dale Douglass, $81,505; Billy Casper, $76,911; Miller Barber, $75,842, and Tommy Aaron, $75,733. ABOARD USS HORNET _, . ..... ... . . <AP) - Sharks,, which troubled! .... .. m ,. b( , „« a . s The lower flights will wind upj !a st wee k's Apollo 11 splash- 'more veterans, defensive tackle! V,. y ^ l lu , pl °?" idown drills are no Ion 8 er a Paul Dickson and defensive i shl P, fl " lshjn e lts 72 - hole route problem. on '"day- The sharks chewed up some Nnrth Polh Lnsf.t recovery gear during the drills H or in r OIK looses anc j were sac ^ a nuisance that V s To Carlisle, 11-9 ttle Nav y worked out a plan to I ) f, »,T - , S&S ,'V.ii, (AP) - Argentinian JuUan Gan, Pocock, 4. Helen Spenee; western pin- 1.! 7a hp| • P "' trnafn ' U " a (back nine) — 1. Dorothea Sidney, 2.' Australian fiYo/H Ctnlla in Doris Melone; front nfn» - 1. Alma AUSirauan rrefl alOUC Ul Rhbdes,"2T'Hel«n biborn'.' V At Hyperion — Most four, six, (nd .jghta -.llU, -I, f.redd.. 1^^.. N verna Clausen, 3. Leo Carver —1. Ann Eversman, 2. j«yc« Fletcher, 3. Mary Ann An4*rwn second round of a tennis meet |C4rlisle ' at this Alpine resort Tuesday.I"» Toe scores were 4-6, 6-3, 6-3. !| Tuesday. X--11 ... 140 420 . 012 303 (4) and ~ rown (4), Selin (7) »nd"RhblenV'W— ro*n; L—Howard. I tronauts and frogmen. j But by the time the Hornet I reached the recovery site Mon- I day, when the final 'recovery *} exercise was conducted, there was "What's the matter, Bob—can't you decide which finger to bit?"

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