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Carroll Daily Times Herald (Newspaper) - August 10, 1955, Carroll, Iowa
Cleveland wins inches toward first place. A. It a a . _ indians dim Tiger Hopes Advance 4-2 by de Wilks the associated press that american league Pennant race is really a Dilly. Where else could a team lose three straight to the seventh place club then win one from the fifth place member and still Edge upward into second place Cleveland did just that in its last four games. They blew a three game set at Washington and again with a 4-1 decision Over Detroit tuesday night. The indians took a half game Lead Over the new York Yankees beaten by Boston 4a. The Chicago White sox stayed half a game ahead of Cleveland with a 4-1 Success at Kansas City. Fourth place Boston wa3 m games behind Chicago. Four runs in the second inning got the Job done for the indians who combined a pair of walks two singles and Gene Woodling s double to beat Ned Garver and the tigers in the opening game of a vital three game set for Detroit. The tigers now Are 6 games behind the White sox. Rookie Herb score won his 11th, with Ray Narleski wrapping it up in the seventh after two unearned runs had come across. Southpaw Billy Pierce took Over for the White sox checking the athletics on two hits both by Bill Wilson who banged a Homer with two out in the ninth. Boston powered past the yanks on homers by Billy Klaus and Grady Hatton while Willard Nixon was Doin what comes naturally scattering six yank hits for his fourth Victory in five decisions against the new yorkers this season. The two homers and a single were the Only hits Boston got off loser Whitey Ford until the ninth Bill Wight four hit Washington for a 1-0 Baltimore Victory in the first game of a twi night pair then Roy Sievers homered twice for four runs in a 6-3 Nat Success in the Nightcap. In the National Brooklyn stayed 14 games out front with a 3-2 decision Over new York in 10 innings Milwaukee smacked St. Louis 6-2 Philadelphia Clung to fourth with a 9-1 pasting of Pittsburgh and Chicago beat Cincinnati 4-3. The dodgers spotted the giants two runs in the first inning on Willie Mays 36th Homer then nicked Ruben Gomez in the sixth and seventh to tie it. Reliever Marv Grissom loaded the bases then walked Home the clincher in the 10th. Times Herald Carroll Iowa 4% Wadna Day aug. 10, 1955 q state softball tournament in the first round wednesday night s. Games first round 6 30 merchants is. Cedar rapids Al s. 8 Dodge Vincent s is Waterloo cart Cochran. 9 30 . Oelwein vow is. Alden cubs. Tuesday night s results Des Moines Park Lane 14, Sully 3 Ottumwa ads 3, Boone merchants 2 Sioux City Harbeck s 11, Mason City Artz Marritt 1 Boone up Des Moines Park Lane Ottumwa ads and Sioux City Harbeck a won first round victories tuesday night in the Iowa softball tournament. De s Moines smashed Sully 14-3, in five innings on 13 hits and nine Sully errors. Ottumwa beat Boone. 3-2, behind Joe Counterman s one hit pitching. Sioux City pounded out eight hits to hand Mason City a 11-1 pasting. Yanks move step closer fro title cubs Bow 7 to 3 the Little league leading yanks moved closer to the title tuesday night by Downing the cubs. Ͽ�7-3. One yank Victory and one dodger loss will assure the yanks of first place. I Tom Champion cub Pitcher lost his own game by fits wildness. Champ gave up 13 walks and Only four hits. Rog Buddin had two doubles and by Farner pitched a five hitter and struck out ten to Lead the yanks. Next Little league game win be thursday night when the cubs play the dodgers. Cubs a Meinhart . 1 Nabe House 1 Schleisman 2b 3 Feld of. 3 Champion p3 Rettenmayer 3b? b. Stoffers is Wilson la j. Stoffers c Onken c Engelen of. Riley is. T6talstanks h. Dion if. 3 1. 1 1 ,. 1 .23 a 1 Wooten of. 3 Buddin 3b 2 Hagedorn a. 0 Farner a. 3 Reicks is. 1 f. Dolezal la 1 Schiltz 2b. L Nasi of. 3 totals.15 i 2 o n n yanks.1 5, 0 1 0 x mtt1,k league standings a i go yanks .11 5 dodgers .10 6 1 cubs. 9 4 a .1 h fit. R 0 0 1 1 0 1 n o o o o n 3 r 1 1 2 n o i i l o 7 at Home. Al Lopes left welcomes Gal Maglie 38, to Cleveland s Home for the baseball aged. Maglie joins old men in shift to Cleveland by Harry Grayson Nea sports editor new York Nea if the indians fail to repeat and they most certainly have gone about the Job leisurely it won t be because of inexperience. Major league careers nearing an end Start anew with the old men of the Lake so 38-year-old Sal Maglie had High Hopes when the Cleveland club acquired him on waivers. Six of his new teammates could Tell the Barber How Hank Green Berg picked them off the floor when they were being counted out. George Strickland s Story perhaps is the More interesting. Branch Rickey believed he was stealing something when he sold Strickland and ted Wilks to the tribe for ?s0.oo0 and a couple of players in mid August of 1952. The pirates drafted Strickland from Birmingham after the shortstop had been in the minors for seven seasons with two years out for the military. Strickland failed to hit or otherwise impress in three years at Forbes Field but quickly and satisfactorily replaced the ailing and its Perfy Rhice that counts Captain Joe s. Anderson tells Why he uses flite fuel count to a super performance if it s top performance Vou want fill up with powerful new flite fuel. Both new flite Floel and new Phillips 66 gasoline have been fortified for increased Power higher octane longer mileage. Remember the one real test of motor fuel is How it performs in your car. Try a thankful at your Phillips 66 dealer s. Phillips Petroleum company in driveway service Loo try Perfo manc that counts see your Phillips 66 dealer 1 Phillips miscast Ray Boone As the Cleveland shortstop. When Vic Wertz was called into the Baltimore office on june 1 of last year he expected to be shipped to a malaria league or somewhere equally unpleasant. Instead outfielder Wertz was informed that he had Ben kicked upstairs to Cleveland. Coach Tony Cuccinello tossed the sturdy resident of Yolk pa., a first baseman s Glove and the indians had the batting Star of a world series. When Fred Haney took Over the pirates he found that Ralph Kiner could not play Ball at All so the affluent cubs took the former Home run King s fat salary off Mahatma Rickey s neck. When Kiner Hurt the Bruins he was so pleased to go the route of so Many old ballplayers that he offered to take a Cut to be put out to pasture on the Lake front. Hoot Evers had been All Over the place and the Yankees and orioles had passed Gene Wood Ling along when they got a final reprieve in Cleveland. A Well seasoned performer does not even have to be All in one piece to get a Job in Cleveland. Ferris Fain landed one on one Good knee. Al Lopez veterans May get there one More time but the club is going not coming. Fifteen Are 30 or More. Maglie is 38, Bob and Jim Hegan 35. Bob Lemon Evers and Dale Mitchell Are 34. Fain Sam Dente and Woodling Are 33. Kiner is 32, Mike Garcia 31, Wertz Al Rosen and Larry Doby 30. Wertz had a stiff neck and sore hand. Bobby Avila had a banged up Elbow and a cyst was removed from the second baseman s Eye. Strickland was in the Hospital for a month with blood poisoning. Rosen was hobbled by a pulled muscle in his leg. Doby pulled a leg muscle suffered a hand injury currently is hobbled by a rickety right knee. Kiner had a bad ankle an inflamed Achilles Tendon and a sacroiliac was out of whack. Herb score suffered from fever and a bum knee. Wynn weathered an attack of pneumonia Early in the going. Lemon was out twice with a pulled thigh and a ripped calf muscle. General manager Greenberg traces the club s retarded run to injuries and illness. Infirmities come with age however and the indians have become the major leagues elder statesmen. Net Ace Giammalvo beaten in two sets new port r. I. Ipi Sam Giammalva s rising Star has plummeted to Earth and the Houston youngster took his seat in the grandstand of the Newport invitation Tennis tournament. Hailed As a potential Davis cupper two Days ago when he won the Eastern grass courts title Giam Malva fell before the Superb stroking of Dick Gaines of Lawrence Ville n. J., tuesday 6-3, 6-4. Millers Goin 2-game Lead in a. A. Race by the associated press Denver was the Only first division team to lose in american Assn. Action tuesday night. The bears lost to Louisville 2-1, and dropped two games behind the league Leader Minneapolis a 9-8 Winner Over Charleston. Utility infielder Harry Hane Brink hit his fourth and fifth Home runs of the season to drive in five runs and spark Toledo to a 10-1 decision Over St. Paul and Omaha came from behind to tie the score in the eighth inning and then scored three times in the ninth to beat Indianapolis 8-5. The Victory gave Omaha a sweep of the two game series and an 8-3 season record against the indians in their Home Park it was the last meeting this season Between the teams at Indianapolis. Wally Lammers started the winning rally by drawing a walk from reliever Bob Hooper. Don Blasin game failed twice trying to sacrifice and then lined a single to Center. Frank Carswell Laid Down a perfect sacrifice to move the runners along and Denny Schell Drew an intentional base on balls. Lammers scored on de Phillips sacrifice Fly. Lethander Billy Joe Davidson relieved for the indians and Tom Alston lined a single to Center. Blasingame scored easily and Schell went All the Way around when Les Mattinson held the Ball too Long. Ennis now has 1,000 . Total Philadelphia m left fielder Del Ennis of the Philadelphia phils is the fifth Active player in major league baseball to drive in 1,000 runs. Ennis sacrifice Fly in the phils 9-1 Victory Over Pittsburgh tuesday night scored Ennis 1,000th rib of his 10-year career his 91st of the season. Other Active players who have topped the 1,000 Mark Are the Bostons ted Williams Stan Musial of the St. Louis cardinals Enos Slaughter of the Kansas City a a and Mickey Vernon of the Washington senators. Wichita regains Loop leadership by thet associated press one month to the Day after they last were in undisputed first place Wichita s indians took command in the Western league race again tuesday night with a 9-1 Conquest of Pueblo. Rain postponed the Only other scheduled game that Between Sioux City and Lincoln. Pueblo previously leading the Loop by one percentage Point got Only two singles and Johnny Glenn s triple off Wichita s Bob Harrison. The indians supported Harrison with 12 hits including three doubles and a triple. Wichita parlayed six hits one a bases loaded three Bagger by Bill Springfield and four walks into eight runs in the fifth inning. Dedham rally nips Carroll by 8-7 tally the Dedham softball team Defeated Carrol monday night 8-7. Trailing 7-0 in the fifth inning Dedham exploded for five runs then gained two More in the sixth and the winning run in the seventh. With a season s record of 21 wins and 7 losses. Dedham plays the Des Moines Park Lane team on the Dedham Field this coming Friday night. Park Lane is a Strong contender for the slate championship being decided this week at Boone. Basilio favored new York welterweight Champion Carmen Basilio tonight faces Italy s Halo Scortichini in a no title 10-Rounder at Madison Square Garden. The 28-year-old 147-Pound King Idle since he lifted the Crown from Tony Demarco two months ago is a 3-1 favorite to whip the Stocky middleweight in their third meeting. Abc will broadcast and telecast at. S . Cost. Craggy faced Carmen will be out to run his unbeaten Streak of 23 months to 13 fights. Included in the skein Are. A draw with Scortichini and a 10-round decision Over the 25-Vear-old italian Pitcher who started fight after Homer wins 26th tilt Wayne s "66" service 24-hr. Truck Stop West on Highway 30 White s "66" service Floyd Turk whits washing greasing accessories 3 blocks East of Burke hotel on Hwy 30 Corpus Christi. Tex. 101 Rene Vega who May be the first Pitcher in baseball to Start a fight after hitting a Home run marked up his Twenty sixth Victory tuesday night and is the winning est hurler in the game today. The 28-year-old cuban is having a rollicking time with Corpus Christi in the big state league a and has ambitions to go to the majors. That fight he started occurred Friday night. Rene was winning his Twenty fifth game. He slugged Homer and As he. Rounded the bases he laughed at Pitcher Bill Bagwell of port Arthur and pointed to the Fence where the horse hide had disappeared Bagwell threw a j baseball at him. The portly cuban \ grabbed a fungo Bat and started for Bagwell. It caused a free for All and Bagwell and Ryan were thumbed out of the Park. In whipping Harlingen 10-1 tuesday night. Vega gave up Only nine hits it was his nth straight Victory. He has lost two. Sex stave 108, eyes preaching As future work Louisville by. Iff Dan Hughes is 108 today but May take to preaching yet he s done almost everything else. If nothing Breaks me Down i la live another 5.0 years. I be never been sick in my life and never took doctor s Hughes who lives with a daughter says the lord s sparing me for something and i just can t figure out what it is. It might be crossing and unc Rossing his legs with the agility of a teen Ager the former slave recalled in an interview his years on steamboats farms and Dray wagons where he spent 50 years shovelling Coal. It was too much for me and i finally had to give it his hearing also is excellent but not his sight. When i go to thread a Needle these Days 1 got to hold it up pretty close so i can see the. Birthday party today will be a simple affair attended by his grandson his five great grandchildren and his four great Grea grandchildren. A for the future Hughes says i m waiting on him. Whenever he Calls me i m ready to go out of Hospital time Herald news service Halbur mrs. Alonzo Neppl and infant son Gene Francis returned to. Her Home this week from the St. Anthony Hospital. Quiz u. S. Agencies on withholding information Washington Al just what kind of information do government agencies withhold from the Public the press radio and to and Congress and Why do the agencies give out enough information to keep the Public informed of what goes on in its government a House government operations i subcommittee set out. Today to de a Termine the answers. It was established specifically to inquire into government information policies. It sent out 5 v j pages of questions asking All Federal executive and Independent agencies to explain by sept. 15 their practices and policies in giving out information. Said the subcommittee chairman rep. Moss a Callol through a cooperative Effort we can determine the Basic information policies of the Federal agencies and find out. Once and for All whether there is arbitrary and capricious action because of a Lack of definite consistent in announcing the study last june 23, chairman Dawson Dill of the full government operations committee said accusations had been made that government agencies Are withholding and suppressing information. He did not identify the accusers. Criticism has been focused on a March 29 directive from Secretary of defense Wilson saying that information from the Pentagon must be constructive to the Mission of the defense department. A Pentagon spokesman said later the criteria was not meant to be applied to newsmen s questions but Only to information originating in the department s Public relations offices. The directive has Heen criticized by some professional newsmen s organizations. Flower show of legion Holl in Manning August 11 a Tinei heralded a service Manning a joint Flower shot sponsored by the Friendly neigh Bor and homemakers club will j be held at the legion Hall aug. 11. I programs will be presented in the afternoon and evening. Marlene Heuton feted of Shower times Herald mews serv1e� g lid Den a miscellaneous Shower no Noring Marlene Heuton was held tuesday afternoon in the lutheran Church Parlours of Grant i township. The gift table was dec Orn cd in the bridal colors of Blue and White and entered with a Bride doll. Games were played Jand two humorous songs were Sung by Marlene Prill Judy and Joy Stuhr. The hostess mrs. Dale Heuton served lunch to about 65 guests. Miss Heuton will marry Jack Neubauer August 14. At 8t. John s lutheran Church. Service Down under in the Brown Derby blda., West Edge of Carroll _ on Highway 30____
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