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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 1, 1948, Mason City, Iowa                                36 Major League STANDINGS AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet GB Cleveland 95 56 629 Boston 93 58 616 2 New York 93 58 616 2 Philadelphia 84 67 556 11 Detroit 75 75 500 St Louis 58 91 389 Washington 54 96 360 Chicago 49 100 329 45 Wednesday Results Cleveland 5 Chicago 2 New York 4 Philadelphia 2 Boston 5 Washington 1 Detroit 4 St Louis 0 NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet GB Boston 88 61 591 Brooklyn 83 68 550 Pittsburgh 82 68 547 St Iouis81 68 544 New York 77 74 510 Philadelphia 65 87 428 Cincinnati 63 87 420 Chicago 62 88 413 Wednesday Results Boston 4 Brooklyn 3 Cincinnati 5 Chicago 3 Pittsburgh 2 St Louis 1 Only games scheduled 7 12 25 i 26i Prep Grid Slate Dubuque at Mason City E Des Momes at E Waterloo W Waterloo at Fort Dodge N Des Moines at Des Moines Tech Charles City at Oelwein New Hampton at Decorah Independence at Cedar Falls Waukon at Cresco Osage at Waverly Iowa Falls at Clear Lake Clarion at Humbolclt Webster City at Hampton Eagle Grove at Algrona Belmond at Buffalo Center Forest City at Garner Lake Mills at Nortlvwood Nora Springs at Nashua Mason City Sophs at St Ans gar Rieeville at Rockford Greene at Manly Aldcn at Ventura Thurs Emmetsburgr at Sheldon Cleveland Beats Chisox 52 to Close Noose Feller Posts 19th Victory Yonks Bosox Win to Keep Slim Chance By CARL LUNDQUIST New York Ufi Two games ahead with but 3 to go the Cleve land Indians sat smugly by Thurs day and vatched the Red Sox and the Yankees try to squirm out of the noose The Indians were idle while the Sox faced Washington in Boston and the Yanks met the Athletics in Philadelphia A defeat for either contender meant the end of the trail Even a victory would smack more of a reprieve than a pardon The executioner was that hot on their trail Prolonging Agony Both the Sox and the Yanks en joyed a few moments of provoca tive elation Wednesday when the Tribe fell behind the White Sox 20 in the 2nd inning and stayed there until the 5th But Cleveland won 52 while New York beat the As 51 and Boston beat the Sen ators 42 to prolong the agony at least another day The lead the White Sox assumed looked dangerously good until the Cleveland sluggers snapped loose That was in the 6th After Lou Boudreau walked that old pro Joe Gordon stepped up to the plate and sailed his 32nd homer of the season into the left field stands That made the score 22 Ken Probable Pitchers Another Boxer Dies of Ring Injuries Chicago Dinamita 22 Santa Domingo welterweight boxer died in the Cook county hospital Thursday about 5 hours header AMERICAN LEAGUE Washington Wynn 818 Boston Parnell New York Lopat 1611 Philadelphia Brissie St Louis Ostrowski 45 Detroit Kretlow Only games NATIONAL LEAGUE Boston Bickford 105 Brooklyn Branca Cincinnati Raffensberger 11 11 at Chicago Chambers Pittsburgh Chesnes 145 and Ostermueller 810 at St Loins Munger 911 and Bvecheen 197 2 and night double at at at at Football Briefs From Big 9 PURDUE Lafayette Ind Pur due Boilermakers tapered off practice Thursday and readied themselves for the trip to Evans ton 111 where they tackle North western this weekend Coach Stu Holcomb said Right Halfback Dave Shaw and Left Tackle Phil OReilly probably would not travel to Evanston with the team Both are suffering knee injuries MINNESOTA Minneapolis Bier man Minnesota grid coach Thurs day sent the Gophers through final heavy drills in preparation for the coming Nebraska Cornhusk ers He said he would stress pass ing which proved effective against Washington last weekend WISCONSIN Madison Wis Wis consin Badgers rehearsed several plays Thursday and planned pol ishing drills Friday Heavy prac tice for the Illinois game Satur day ended Thursday Coach Harry Stuhldrehers eleven will be out after its first conference this weekend MICHIGAN Ann Arbor Mich mores Chuck Ortmann and Leo Koceski replaced Veterans Gene Derricotte and Walt Teninga at halfbacks Thursday during Uni versity of Michigan football prac tice Braves Lose Key Player as Heath Breaks Ankle in Slide after he suffered a technical knockout in a bout at the Chicago stadium Wednesday night Dr Roger Vaughan night su perintendent at the hospital said Dinamita died of an apparent cerebral hemorrhage He did not fully regain consciousness after his arrival at the hospital Dr Vaughn said He was unable to answer the bell for the 9th round in his 10round bout with Bobby McQuiller of Port Huron Mich Dinamita whose true name was Felix Lopez was engaging in his 81st bout Wednesday night on his 22nd birthday McQuiller floored the 144pound Dinamita with a right to the chin in the 8th round and the bell saved him from a knockout He was unable to get off his stool for the 9th round and was removed from the ring in a stretcher McQuiller weighed 139 pounds AP Wirephoto Lou Boudreau was not a bit bashful as he told Umpire Bill Grieve his version of a play at first base in the ClevelandWhite Sox game Wednes day when Eddie Robinson Indian first baseman was called out at first on a bunt Cleveland won the game 52 Grieve seems attentive to Boudreaus jangle but those tightened jaw muscles indicate that this argument like all others end up the umps right The Wolverines meet the Uni versity of Oregon eleven Satur day in a nonconference tilt IOWA Iowa City UR Center Dick Woodard was named Thursday to captain the University of Towa Hawkeyes in the game against Indiana Saturday Ray Carlson By MILTON RICHMAN New York Heath a broadshouldered mountainofa man lay disconsolately on a hos pital bed Thursday nursing a broken ankle and a broken heart The 32 year old slugging Bos ton Braves outfielder who suf fered a broken left ankle bone sliding home against the Brook lyn Dodgers Wednesday looked emptily at the white ceiling and muttered halfaudibly Biggest Disappointment I waited 12 years to play in a world series and now something like this has to happen When I realized Id be out of the series it just broke my heart This is the biggest disappointment of my life Heaths accident occurred in the 6th inning He had belted a tre mendous 380 foot double to deep center and then streaked for home when Bill Salkeld singled to right I began to slide about 5 feet from the plate Funny thing I generally get my spikes up off the ground but this time I didnt Next thing I knew I was in agony on the ground I looked at my foot which was twisted all the way around and honestly I thought it would come right off The lights temporarily went out on Jeff as he was carried from the field into the clubhouse on a stretcher Then he was trans ferred to Swed ish hospital in an a m b u 1 ance Boston Billy Manager South Holy Family to Have Intramural Football Holy Family has finished its fall baseball season and an intramural football program has been an nounced by Father Ivan Boycl athletic director The program will last 3 weeks under the direction of Coach Cuz Ottavi Conditioning will occupy the first week and a schedule of games will then be played Basketball practice is slated to start at the conclusion of the grid program and the winter schedule is now being arranged The first game of the season is scheduled for Nov 18 at Lawler All T Notification is given io wear official tie Friday Signed G K O T K Heavy Weight 100 Virgin Wool Gabardine SUITS 1050 The ideal suit for now and year around wear 6 good colors now in stock in single and double breasted styles Sizes 35 to 44 Berulars Longs FEDERAL CLOTHES SHOP 115 SO FED AVE MASON CITY IOWA Only games Keltner was up next He too hoisted the ball into the left field seats and Cleveland surged ahead 32 The Indians added 2 more in the 7th and that was the ball game giving Bobby Feller his 19th win of the season his 7th in a row Yanks Stage Rally The Yankees like the Indians had to overcome a 20 deficit be fore winning Wednesday Phila delphia took that lead in the 4th on Elmer Valos single Sam Chap mans double and Buddy Eosars single But in the 6th Hank Bauer hit the first homer of his major league career with 2 aboard and in the top of the 9th the Yanks added their 4th run The Athletics gave the Yanks a mighty scare in the bottom of the Oth Joe DiMaggio dropped pinch hitting Carl Scheibs fly and then with one out Barney McCosky doubled to put men on 2nd and 3rd Ferris Fain walked loading the bases Hank Majeski was next He hit a bounder to Frankie Cros etti who lashed the ball to Phil Rizzuto forcing Fain Rizuto spun around arid threw to Tommy Hen rich at first getting Majeski for the double play which ended the game Bob Porlerfield was the win ning pitcher although he was re lieved by Joe Page in that harrow ing 9th Allie Reynolds in turn re placed Page Dick Fowler went the route for the losing As Boston led Washington all the way taking a 10 lead in the first and adding 3 in the 3rd and one in the 7th The lone Washington run came in the 3rd Good Bat Support Ellis Kinder was hit freely at least once every inning in fact but his slow curves and change of pace pulled him out of the holes and he got 12hit support from his slugging mates Hal Newhouser won his 20th of the year for Detroit over St Louis 40 in the only other American league game Wednesday while in the National Cincinnati beat Chi cago 53 the Braves beat Brook lyn 43 and Pittsburgh beat the Cardinals 21 in a night game A PirateCard day game was rained out Indians Edge Over Braves Rests With 2nd Base Duo By LEO H FETERSEIST New York for man pitch for pitch hit for it all adds up to the Cleveland Indians in the 1948 World viding they win the American league pennant But thats on paper only things might dnd well could be differ ent on the diamond Particularly with a guy like Billy Southworth guiding the destinies of the Bos ton Braves So Far With So Little This the year of 1948 will be his greatest in baseball Never has a manager gone so far with so little Whether he can go still further remains to be seen but the odds are against it For there is no department in which the Braves measure up to their probable World Series rivals the Cleveland Indians Class is the Indians stock in trade South worth is the Braves And a manager may not be enough tp win the series True he has a couple of Johnny Sain and Warren Spahn in after them he has only a couple of ball players and a misfit collection of has beens and retreads Indians Have Stars Still they were good enough to win the National league pennant and an old baseball saying goes that Southworth never should be sold short But it would be even more of a miracle if he came out on the front end of the series for it doesnt appear that it has what it takes to beat a collection of stars such as Lou Boudreau Joe Gordon Bobby Feller Ken Kelt ner Bob Lemon and Gene Beard en But anything can happen in a short series and Billy the Kid has come out on top before with un derdog clubs It doesnt look like he can do it again particularly with hard hitting Jeff Heath out with a broken ankle but South worth has overcome bigger handi caps before and never gives in an New York and if the Indians and Braves meet in the World Series it will be a team averaging 292 years in age against one averaging 299 probably doesnt prove anything except that Clevelands Joe Gor don isnt the only player who can carry the nickname of Old Pro but it also gives you an indication that few rookies have been able St Joe Loses to Swaledale in Sectional Swaledale defeated St Josephs of Mason City 32 to capture the sectional baseball title at Sheffield Wednesday afternoon Jim VerHelst St Joe pitcher allowed only 2 hits but walks set up the Swaledale runs all of which were unearned Kuhler was on the mound for Swaledale and effectively scattered 9 hits Swaledale counted 2 runs in the first inning when a wild peg by Joe Carlson permitted both mark ers to cross the plate The game winning run was made in the 4th when Bramson walked and Glenn Cabbell and Dick Colloton com mitted errors to permit himto score The Johawks counted their 2 markers in the 5th on a double by Roy Georgoff and singles by Andy Patten and Cabbell The linescore R H E Swaledale 200 100 Z 3 St Joe 000 020 9 4 Other finals around North Iowa At Armstrong Fenton 11 Se neca 10 At Chapin Dumont 6 Rowan 5 At Fredericksburg Lawler 1 Elma 0 At Kanawha Kanawha 9 Cor with 0 So it was rough last week pick ing winners Seems we muffed most of the tough ones except the North CarolinaTexas game in which we granted a shaky nod to the Tarheels Lots of headliners on this weeks slate LAST WEEKS RESULTS to make grade so the far pennantwinning The Indians range from 23yearold Al Rosen up to Satchel Paige who for con venience is pegged at 40 the Braves from Earl Torgeson 24 to Nelson Potter 37 Since both managers use their men liberally it isnt possible to strike an aver age for the regulars But chances are if you listen carefully youll be able to hear the creaking limbs over the crowd noises The Gentle Touch Another of those football kick off stories comes from Lou Kus serow and concerns the first time carried the ball for Columbia Lou just got his hands on a Syracuse kickoff in the end zone fumbled the ball and then started FIGHT RESULTS Kaidilt in Estonia outpointed George Sonny Home JfiO Miles Ohio JO NEW FALL READYMADE SUITS Exceptional Values inch However neither does Boud 50 These beautiful new suits are 100 wool in all the new fall shades of blue brown and greys Shark skins and Glenplaids CUSTOM TAILORED SUITS and TOPCOATS EDFINNEGAN CUSTOM MADE CLOTHES 24A 1st St S E Across From Home Furniture ALTERATIONS and REPAIRS 25 Yean Clothinr Experience to run Coach Lou Little shuddering at the sight shouted to assistant Buff Donelli Get that guy out of the game hes too dumb to play The other Colum bias started knocking down Syra cuse players and Kusserow kept running for 90 yards When the play ended Donelli started to obey orders Better leave reau The Indians manager more than anyone else gives his team a decided edge in manpower He is an infield in himself That 2nd base combination of Boudreau and Gordon is the best in baseball The Braves have a good one too in Rookie Alvin Dark and Peppery Eddie Stanky But there is doubt whether Stanky will be able to play in the series and even if he does he cant fill Gordons shoes 3rd Base Even Its a dead heat at 3rd base even though Bob Elliott the Na tional leagues most valuable player year has had an off year But he still hits a long ball as does Keltner So for that spot the manpower is equal The situ ation is pretty much the same at first base with no standout on either club Southworth uses aging Frank McCormick past his prime when right handers pitch against the Braves and Earl Torgeson a far cry from his 1947 rookie year against southpaws With Walt Judnich who also plays the out field a doubtful starter because of an injury Big Ed Robinson fig ures to hold down first base for the Indians Neither of the 3 can be classed as a star In infield reserves the 2 clubs appear equal so it all adds up to that 2nd base combination of Boudreau and Gordon They give the Indians a big infield edge over their World Series opponents him in said Little Hes only a kid You might hurt his feelings if you took him out End of the Line Bobby Ruffin who finally was retired from fighting has gone in to partnership with Maurie Wax man in managing Lightweight Ray Lewis from Hawaii Ray prob ably will have to return to Hono lulu to escape the din West Virginias football team has 3 cap tains the result of a deadlock in voting Coach Dud DeOroot fig ures its a good idea because We can always be sure of having a captain on the field Sea sons most optimistic baseball fan is a guy from Cuba who wrote to the Braves Guido Rugo asking for World Series tickets and a loan of 300 bucks to pay his expenses to Boston DICK WOODARD Lead Hawkeyes regular right guard may miss the Hoosier game because his injured knee has Jailed to respond to treatment Dr Eddie Anderson reported INDIANA Bloomington Ind Light passing practice was on Thurs days schedule for the Indiana gridiron squad as it prepared for the game against Iowa Saturday Coach Clyde Smith said the team feared the aerial prowess of the Hawkeyes Al DiMarco more than anything else OHIO STATE Columbus Ohio UR Coach Wes Fesler disappointed at the many injuries to Ohio State pig skin stars had a chalk talk Thurs day Fesler called off Wednes days scrimmage because loo many players were hurt ILLINOIS Champaign 111 But ton was named Thursday to re place Bob Prymuski Illinois reg ular left tackle during the Illini Badger game this weekend Pry muski will be out of the game with an injured knee NORTHWESTERN Evanston 111 ern was expected to use all its most experienced players to check the Purdue Boilermakers Satur day Purdues powerful showing against Notru Dame last week put the fear into the Wildcats Theyve got plenty of every thing commented Coach Bob Voights about the Boilermakers worth who had visited a dentist and wasnt at the game was Heaths first visi tor at the hosHEATH pital Billy told me he suffered a similar injury with Toledo in 1914 and that he was okay the next year Dont ever tell anybody this Heath whispered leaning closer but I began to cry while South worth was talking to me And then do you know what he said He said Jeff dont worry about a thing Well win the series for you Commenting on Heaths injury Southworth said Well Bounce Back This will enhance our deter mination more than ever Well bounce back We had other in juries this year but our boys just took a hitch to their belts and dug in Southworth couldnt be certain about a replacement but it was understood he would petition Commissioner A B Chandler to bring up either Marv Ricket or Jim Gleeson from Milwaukee for the series Heath batted 319 for the Braves this season and hit 20 home runs Dr Herbert Fett who operated on Heaths foot said the husky outfielder would be able to play again next season Dobbs Passes Dons to 2010 Triumph Over N Y Yanks Los Angeles Los An geles Dons sparked by the deadly accurate passing of Halfback Glenn Dobbs scored 3 touchdowns in the 4th period to defeat the New York Yankees 2010 in an AllAmerica conference game Thursday night Trailing 100 going into the final quarter the Dons unleashed a lightning attack which left the New Yorkers stunned Dobbs passed for the first 2 tal lies sprinted 33 yards for the last one Farm Bureau Baseball Champs of Iowa Illinois to Play at Decorah Will county Farm Bureau baseball team champions of Illinois will be guests of the Winneshiek Farm Bureau team Saturday and Sunday when the teams play a 3game leries to de termine the championship of the 2 states Winneshiek county won the Iowa championship at Ames Fortified by the pitching of Kenneth Schneberger and Leo Lu zum of the Festina town team Carl Leuenbergcr of Spillville Ralph Knecskern Preston and Larry Christipher Burr Oak all semipro players the Winneshiek county team hopes to win the crown Will county will present Robert Bromert and Glen Hons bruch right handers and John Smith left hander all with 17 to 1 records and Oliver Lawrence Will county won from Palo Alto in the 1946 contest Raadik Earns Shot at Marcel Cerdan Chicago UR Anton Raadik Estonian middleweight Thursday hoped for another crack at Mid dleweight Champion Marcel Cer dan as a result of his convincing 10round unanimous decision over Sonny Home Raadik who lost to Home in a midsummer bout Wednesday night outclassed the Niles Ohio boxer all the way The Estonian lost only one round the 4th which Referee Howard Walsh took away from him for holding The victory probably earned Raadik another go with Cerdan since Promoters Jack Begun and Irving Schoenwald reached an agreement with Lew Burton Cer dans representative for a non title bout with Wednesday nights winner A date for the bout was not set however Raadik lost a decision iri a 10round bout with Cerdan last winter Right Wrong Tie Pet 26 12 1 684 SEASON MARK 42 12 1 778 Boston college to beat George town Marquette to clip Detroit Missouri to beat St Louis wrong league for Loras to down Luther Catho lics vs Lutherans in friendly dog Vanderbilt to beat Alabama Army to beat Lafayette Auburn to beat Louisiana Tech California to beat St Marys Cincinnati to beat Xavier Maryland over Delaware Duke to down Tennessee Georgia Tech to beat Tulane the powers of deep North Carolina to beat Georgia Columbia to beat Harvard Holy Cross to trim Syracuse Iowa State to beat Kansas State Cyclones should Mississippi to beat Kentucky Michigan State to beat Hawaii Michigan to beat Oregon the Wolverines face another good Minnesota to beat Nebraska but the Gophers may have a rough Baylor to beat Mississippi State Id like to have someone give me points on this game and he could have his Cornell to edge Navy might as well be wrong on the Middles Purdue to beat Northwestern the Cats had a long trip last week and we still like Purdue over all from here on Ojiio State to beat Southern Cal maybe Fesler HAS got some Oklahoma Ags to beat Denver Oklnhnma to beat Texas Aggies its a sad year in Washington to beat Oregon State Penn State to beat Bucknell and theyre off Penn to beat Dartmouth Notre Dame to beat Pitt any dissenters Rice to down Louisiana State Southern Methodist to beat Texas Tech actually a pretty ood Arkansas to beat Texas Chris ian the Razorbacks have fin shed their warmupss but are they for the big time like TCU Texas to beat New Mexico get he adding machine for the re UCLA to drub Idaho Villanova to beat Duquesne Washington State to beat Stan ford to avoid the Coast loop cel William and Mary to beat Wake Forest Illinois to beat Wisconsin Yale to beat Connecticut you Indiana to beat Iowa Hoosiers at home and the Hawks have no Montreal Royals Win International Playoffs Montreal UR Montreal Royals with the Governors Cup trophy added to their Internation al league pennant rested up for the Little World Series Thursday The Royals clinched the cup Wednesday night in the league playoff finals with a 73 victory over Syracuse highlighted when Shortstop Bob Morgan powered his 2nd vital homerun in 2 nights with 2 on base Montreal meets the winner of the American Association playoffs in the Shaughnessy Cup playoffs symbolic of supremacy between the 2 circuits St Paul a minor league cousin currently leads in the Association scries 2 games to one over Columbus Wednesday nights game having been halted by rain Columbia Gets 3Yeor Pact for Broadcast Video of Rose Pasadena Cal Rose Bowl game will be broadcast and televised exclusively by the Col umbia Broadcasting System for the next 3 years under a contract singed by the Tournament of Roses association the Pacific Coast conference and the network The contract also carries the television and broadcast rights to all other Tournament of Roses events for the 3 year period begin ning Jan 1 1949 including the parade and coronation of the queen The game will be telecast over station KTTV the Los Angeles TimesMirror CBS video outlet here and the lilm will be rushed to other television affiliates of the network Opportunity Given for Sighting in Rifles on Sunday Afternoon Deer hunters and other big game hunters are being offered a chance to sight in their big caliber rifles The Cerro Gordo Rifle club is offering the use of its range and the club members will offer their advice and help in getting their rifles sighted in Anyone interested in sighting in and practicing with his high cal iber rifle should make arrange ments by phoning 323 On Sunday afternoon the riflemen will de part at 1 oclock for the range 10 miles southeast of Mason City Quinn to Beat Game Friday as Guest of Local Red Tie Club Lyle Quinn executive secretary of the Iowa High School Athletic association will be a special gues of the Red Tie club of Mason Citi at the DubuqueMason City high school football game Friday night Quinn will give a talk at half time and will be introduced Max Kissick grand keeper of the knots for the club All Mason City fans are urgcc to wear something red at th game Friday night back to match Iowa Teachers to beat Drake save the best till last The Tutors are okay and we hear the Bulldogs really have it for a change Theyll have to prove it on the Cedar Falls mean Notice FARMERS UNION TRAP SHOOT Postponed To Be Held SUNDAY OCT 10 os previously announced League Leaders AMERICAN LEAGUE G AB R Williams Boston 133 130 181 nniidreau Clevclri 118 nifi 112 1I3 Mitchell Cleveland 137 nan 81 200 McCosky rhiltdel 131 112 Zarllla St Louis 112 522 75 171 NATIONAL LEAGUE G AB R II Pet 3 339 328 H Pot 2i3 4 333 J27 185 32i 176 321 TO HONOR FELLER Van Meter annual Bob Feller day will be held on Saturday Oct 16 The event staged annually for Vaji Meters most famous son is sponsored by the Van Meter Community club Muslll St Louin ISO B93 131 Ashburn FhlUdrJ 117 in Walker Pittsburgh 125 803 S9 Holmei Beaton 136 B74 81 Slaughter St L I4fi 92 RUNS BATTED IN niMacrlo Yankees 133 Stephens Red Snx 133 Muslal Cardinals 12G Giant m Williams Red Snx 123 HOMERUNS Killer Pirates 40 39 Mlir MuiUI Hedi Your honor The verdict is from now on we buy and sell all our cars at PRITCHARDS 1947 S D Ford Tudor 1947 Chevrolet Fleetline Tudor 1948 S D Ford Tudor 1948 Ford Sedan Coupe PRITCHAHO MOTOIUo 9ZZ   

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