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Boone News Republican (Newspaper) - June 23, 1950, Boone, Iowa Friday june 23, 1950 the Boone news Republican Boone Iowa Page three old dependable by Alan Mavar i f i 4 ? j a it Boone s women Kegler place in state meet a if cd fit Quot Peeace it Quot a of for amp books a 5 v Quot Olp t be Peh Cable who the sprig \ was As fac x As any Youhg i Mah in i fupther/h6 the fpop6ep& cause i a ate a pm a Ropp he Flo Fps f Streak a also a the ohly Pooser Porier ror ref a com re Ete came a Ope 12-Oare stretch up it to be amp maybe we should Call Tae . A Ped be a 0pook Iyih hero of he to Noth has but Rich Aoa hot the team he or Oke no r s league 0all a re the Carp sea t the if a then a a pifrs�r�4 of it a a fat Tom Fri tent Jansen Koslo Blank cards in doubleheader 3-0, 5-0 i new York june 23 up a Leo Rocher kept saying today that new York giants a have a Ance to take the whole Ball _ Wax a which listeners inter ii eted to mean tile g. , pure the Pennant. I that sounds like Marine acc be giants arc in sixth place and just an even .500 in the per it a tags with 27 wins and 27 55cs. A but Lippy Leo was in a Good 4 it Tion to do it ome big to heft. After pitchers Larry Jan a and Dave Koslo double Bijj Lankerd the St. Louis cardinals i to 0 and 5 to 0, the first time plat had happened to to to in nov redbirds since the giants last accomplished the feat in 1932. V As the giants made it three jut of four Over the cardinals knocking them Down to third Quot lace they also no de it 15 wins i their last 22 games. During hat time Jansen won four James All route going jobs awhile Koslo also has won four and Jones three. Jansen scattered six hits and homers by Al dark and Tookie Hubert gave him the margin he needed to win. Kelso yielded Only a pair of singles in the third innings that s All. The giants clinched the second Ith i four run seventh marked by Bobby Thomson s triple a did Boone one Day Only wed., june Boone it. Fairgrounds 28 Jaycee a a Maui a in horse show Mills by circus l Mio a cd Kurvi a cd idiom a from is Hank Thompsons steal of Home. Homers drop dodgers the Cincinnati reds who now have won six games from the league leading dodgers topped them for the second straight game As ted Kii. Sew a i and Bob scheffing hit three runs homers pc. A 9 to 5 decision at Brooklyn. In the Only other National league game the phils moved into second by defeating the pirates 7 to 4, while in the american league the leaders lost ail around As Washington up ended the Pace setting tigers for the third straight time 5 to 2, and the indians topped the Yankees. 6 to 2. The White sox Defeated the red sox 4 to 2, and Philadelphia beat St. Louis 8 to 4, in a night game. The senators w in completed a three game sweep of the league leading tigers. Bob Kuzava pitched six hit Ball As Detroit went into its longest losing Streak of the season Gerry Priddy a two run Homer averted a shutout. Irv Norco with a double and two singles paced the winners. Feller cools yanks Bob Feller pitched seven hit Ball to win a Battle of homers in which Luke easter and Jim Hogan got two apiece and Ray Boone Era ked one for Cleveland while to dimag. It and Johnny i he connected for the Yankees. Sex senators Pitcher Ray Scarborough and first baseman Eddie Robin on collaborated in the White sox Victory ninth in the last la. Scarborough doled out four hits and Robinson batted in All the runs with a Homer and single. Only 2.102 St. Louis fans saw the Ai beat the Browns. Sherm Lollar of St. Louis and Sam Chapman of the a shit homers. Yesterday s Start Larry Jansen of the giants who pitched his third straight shutout and ran his string of scoreless innings to 29 As new York topped the cardinals 3 to 0 and 5 to 0. Final returns in the women s state Bowling tournament which have just been tabulated credit Boone women Kegler with 34 places in a total of 128 entered this Spring at Sioux City Boone entries included 12 teams 24 doubles 48 tingles and 44 All events. E. Frampton and a Henry placed second in the class e doubles. Frampton also placed third in the class e singles. A. Henry was fourth in the class e All events and e Frampton sixth. O. Nagell placed seventh in the class b All events. Teams ranked As follows Boone Dairy 12th in class a Irvine 13th in class a Pritchard a plumbing is heating 21st in class a berm Flowers 27th in class d. The following teams placed in the doubles d. Brown and h. Hlavacek. 15th in class a p. Hohanshelt and m. Blaess 47th in class a j. Platter and o. Nagell 17th in Clas a g. Wright and n. Pratt 35th in class a m. Ross and r. Hicks 38th in class a b. Deal and t. Deal 8th in class d. Singles e. Corrick 55th class a j. J. Ackerman 99th class a m Davis 117th class a c. Bullock 17th class a o. Nagell 27th class a j. Platter 40th class a j. Stemmerman 74th class b d. Pottratz 116th class a a. Peters. 126th class a i. Reid 128th class a e. Buck 133rd class a b. Stemmerman 43rd class a g. Buckingham 12th class a t. Deal 24th class a b. Deal 58th class a m Lovejoy 63rd class a b. Simon 4th class e. M. Slacks 13th, class a and e. Allen 15th, class b. The 1951 women a state tournament will be held at Clinton. Ruth Duncan president of the women a City Bowling association advises that anyone in Boone or surrounding communities it Welcome to enter the Boone association. Plans to enlarge the women group include a proposed afternoon league for housewives. Garretson smack a service win Asa games macs cities service coupled to passes with nine hits for a 16 to 4 decision Over Les miserable in the first game of an As a doubleheader at Mchose to Irskay evening Blanch amp a led the winners with two for three Hartman and to Wald each hit two for four. Joe Krenz drove in Blanshan and Jaco it son with his fourth inning Homer Ydmark gave up seven hits Well scattered and walked two. Aurand. The losing Pitcher gave to walks one More than he allowed of Vith hits. Cities service its now completed their schedule in the As a. League with a 4-3 record for a 571 average. C. cd bide a wee 14 to 12 in a free scoring game in which Garretson maintained the Lead All the Way Platter the winning Pitcher gave up la hits and Bielfelt the loser gave up 12. Garretson has one Tough game remaining a make up game with c fells. Both team have won four and lost two. If of should defeat kiwanis in a makeup game the league could be thrown into a four Way tie for first place with Garretson Odd Fellows k f and kiwanis. Standings kiwanis Odd Fellows Garretson so Kaiser Frazer -.-.3 City service Light at Power ____2 Les miserable i bide a wee _ regularly scheduled games in the Boone As a. League have now been completed except for two doubleheaders that were rained out on May 20 and june 20. Rained out game to be played before the final standings Are Complete Are of is. Light St Power bide a wee is. Les miserable Garretson is. Odd Fellows and kiwanis is. It r is Jon of jul so three games in summer program a new folder a whet t and what to do in Iowa owned recreation areas a recreation areas their of to go state let 90 attorn. Facilities and addresses of Park custodians. The folders list tent and trailer accommodations overnight Cabins lodges and group Camps together with fees for each. Copies May be obtained by writing the state conservation commission. 914 grand ave., Des Moines 9. Iowa. Page Defeated Garfield 21 toll thursday evening to take undue put cd second place in the Grade school standings. Chuck Mosser went the distance for the Winner with the loss charged against Peterson. Meyers. Musses Miller and m Davis All col i letter three hits apiece for the winners while Peterson had two doubles and a single to Pace the losers. The tiny tots made it two wins in a Row by defeating the Little cubs 12 to 4 at Cummings Park. Clausen the winning Pitcher gave up Only one Lone hit which the Boone midgets under the j came in the last inning to spoil Tutelage of Ray Morris a r o her chances for a no hitter. She hitting a steady clip in the walked three and struck out ten Boone Greene county league i to turn in one of the Best pitch w l. Pct. .5 i .827 .4 2 .867 .4 2 .667 2 .600 .4 3 .571 .2 4 .334 .1 5 .167 .1 5 .167 Stock car race at Fairgrounds list 16 entries open All Iowa baseball meet Des Moines june 23�?Iowa s richest Stock car racing event the $2500 july 4 100-mile event on the state fair track looms As a Marathon test of new Model passenger car performances. Only one of the 16 entries now filed we Ltd Secretary l. B. Cunningham of the state fair Board sponsors of the Holiday Speed championship run was manufactured prior to 1949. Six of the first eight entries reaching Cunningham were from Drivers of 1950 Model Stock sedans and coupes. All others now enrolled for the Midwest championship event Are 1949 models. P. In. And Nevada meets Mary a ranch rangers of Des Moines saturday at 8 30 p. In. The Madrid merchants play the Knoxville merchants monday june 26th, at 6 30 p. In. Baseball scores Ogden midgets in first loss Jefferson midgets Defeated Ogden 6 to 3 wednesday evening this was Ogden a first defeat in the league. Schroeder the winning Pitcher hit a Home run in the fifth with one on. Van Pelt was on the Mound for Ogden with Macdonald catching Jefferson has won two and lost three league starts. Tennis program delayed by rain the summer recreation s free instructional Tennis program at Mchose and memorial Parks was rained out this week. However the 9 30 a. In. Classes will be held on schedule next week. Memorial Park will hold 9 30 a. In. Sessions on monday and wednesday each week through the summer and Mchose will be open for instruction at the same hour on tuesday and thursday. Instruction will be Given in How to hold a Racquet How to serve and How to score a game and set. When sufficient skill has been attained in the game a series of tournaments will be arranged. Western league with Only one loss and that to league leading Ogden. Wise cup up to wednesday has won three and lost one on the Mound for the midget club with Jaschke breaking even winning one and losing one. Four boys Are hitting better than .300. These Are furst 545, Hancock 545, Cunningham .357, Lind .333. Gustafson is hitting .267, Neeley .250, Johnson .211, Becker .200 and Jaschke .167 Lind has the Only ing performances of the season the tiny tots got nine hits off Boone pitching for the Little cubs three of them coming in the second inning when they scored five runs. The battering babes lived up to their name by a battering a the big bears 23 to 3 in a second if Iris league game. Everyone of the girls on the babes team made at least one hit and Hall. Von Krog Musher Spurgeon and do nature objects Muskogee okla., june 23 up a it s Tough when Mother nature takes sides in a Ball game. Umpire Emory Jennings complained today. He was struck by lightning after he called a runner out on a close play at first. When he recovered he could t remember the score. Service a la Frog Memphis Tenn. Up a Bill Bateman jr., has a Frog that hops up to his Kitchen door each evening at Twilight and sits there. The Frog has discovered that fat bugs Are attracted by the Kitchen Light hit the screen door and i land in front of him for his dinner. We need More late Model used cars and we will pay highest prices e. J. Alters motor Homer on the club to his credit. Bots got two hits each. Von Hancock has hit one triple Cunningham two and Neeley one. Lind has had one double furst one Cunningham one Neeley two and Becker two. 0 9 9 the Legal kill of wild ducks increased in the 1949-50 shooting season by 1.5 million according to the a s. Fish and wildlife service. Krog gave up Only two hits in shooting this win while her team mate collected 14 hits off the pitching of Palmer. A bag Check of 87,127 Hunters and 25,600 Post season contacts indicated the wild Duck kill at 18.5 million Birds. The Index for the previous year was 17 million. The service believes liberalized Hunting regulations resulted in the increased kill. In addition the shooting season was lengthened by to Day. Flocks a also More concentrated due to steadily diminishing areas suitable for migratory water foot. A Hunters had a far better Chance of escaping shooting accidents than they did ten years ago the conservation commission reveals. From 1940 to 1948 Hunting fatalities decreased from 6 4 per 100,000 to 3.2 the report compiled by the sporting arms and ammunition manufacturers credited the accomplishment directly to efforts of the various states in conducting Hunting safety campaigns during the past several years. A a a the Iowa conservationist reports fish Are equally As fussy As a an old Hen with one however its the male of t h e Peries that does the fussing. After r the female has deposited her eggs the male Catfish drives her away and guards the eggs and later the Young. If the eggs tired Mccarthy May leave club Buffalo june 23 up a a sick and weary Joe Mccarthy brooded at hts Home today while the baseball world wondered whether the Man sometime called a the greatest manager in baseball history was washed up. Mccarthy s Only comment was an evasive a Well talk about that later a when asked Point Blank if he would return As manager of the Boston red sox. He flew Home from Chicago last night on a doctors order after remaining in his hotel room since Mon Day with an attack of pleurisy. But the current situation a ominously similar to Mccarthy s retirement a manager of the Yankees in 1946, Mccarthy left the club on the Road then and returned to his Home a for a he never resumed command and remained in retirement until the red sox induced him to become their manager in 1948. Are disturbed More than once they disappear where they go is not known. Some suspect the j male Swallow the egg. A 9 9 the question of what major league club would sign Bill Hoeft Oshkosh wig., pitching Star was answered today. The 18-year-old hurler signed with the Detroit tigers reportedly one of his favorite team. Hoeft won 49 games and lost Only eight during his prep career. A a a Chuck Denning varsity punter and defensive fullback on the University of Iowa eleven is i playing on the merchant baseball team this summer. Bob Clifton guard Forward on the Hawkeye basketball team is playing with the Kaiser Frazer j softball team in the a s a league. Both Denning and Clifton were outstanding athletes in High school while Here and were regular last season in football and j basketball respectively. L. 22 22 23 26 25 27 37 38 pct. .600 .593 .589 .536 .519 .500 .362 .309 reserved and general jaw admission seats Piv to at Osco drug several baseball teams from this Community Are among entrants in the All Iowa baseball championships starting saturday evening. June 24, at Pioneer memorial stadium in Des Moines. Slater meets Des Moines veterans Hospital sunday at 8 30 Don t miss the Central Iowa hot Rod association race sunday june 25th 2 . Jefferson Iowa admission adults $1.00children 50c tax included National league standing w Brooklyn ._____.33 philadelphia________32 St. Louis .-.33 Boston .30 Chicago .______27 new York .27 Pittsburgh .21 Cincinnati _________17 thursday s game new York 3, St. Louis 0 first game. New York 5, St. Louis 0 second game. Cincinnati 9. Brooklyn 5. Philadelphia 7, Pittsburgh 4. Today a game night Cincinnati at new York. Night Pittsburgh at Brooklyn. Night St. Louis at Boston. Night Chicago at Philadelphia. American league standing w. L. Pct. Detroit .37 18 .673 new York. .38 21 .644 Cleveland .33 25 .569 Boston .32 30 .516 Washington .27 31 .466 Chicago .25 33 .431 St. Louis .20 36 .357 Philadelphia .21 39 .350 thursday s games Cleveland 6, new York 2. Washington 5, Detroit 2. Chicago 4, Boston 2. Philadelphia 8, St. Louis 4. Today s games night new York at Detroit. Night Washington at Cleveland. Night Boston at St. Louis. Night Philadelphia at Chicago by United pres a a Dorado teams in the West j pm league currently in the Bot j Tom half of the circuit had a j Good night thursday As All three won games on their Home Fields. J Denver big Glenn Thompson j pitched two hit Ball As his team j won 6-0 Over Lincoln a athletics., Pueblo dodgers put across four runs in the Ruddle of the Ball game to take a 4-3 decision j Over the touring Des Moines Bruins. And Colorado Spring Pitcher Ray Beesley scattered la Sioux City hits As his teammates ran up a 8-1 sky sox win Over the Soos putting the Soos a game behind Omaha on the loss Side of the circuit standings. Old timers the old timer league will play their weekly doubleheader tonight at Mchose Park. Kiwanis i meets legion Moose in the first j game and the . T h e Lions in the second game. A third game will be played Between the Lions and legion Moose in order to make up a postponed game. Cancel game the Junior legion game at Churdan thursday evening was cancelled because of rain. The game will be played later if a suitable Date can be arranged. The Hawks will meet Rippey Here at 2 . Sunday on memorial Park Diamond. Ends tonight hop along Cassidy in a bar 20�?� also Scott Brady a port of new York Utu i twi starts tomorrow a restless reckless Rooney determined to win Fame and Fortune for himself and i widowed Mother driving in the toughest rare of them All. The Indianapolis a pm kit in co starring Thomas Mitchell Michael of Shea Lina Romay Allen Jenkins Spring Byington plus Lawrence Welk orchestra cartoon comedy new event be Here for the fun when it starts sunday v ohs is Gonna by at it. Kit off to new York

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