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A ROUNDUP OF THE WEEK'S NEWS
October 10, 1955
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October 10, 1955

A Roundup Of The Week's News

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GOOSE CALLING
Clarence Faulk, 52-year-old duck-and-goose-caller manufacturer from Lake Charles, La., split autumn air with piercing "screamer" and "high ball," followed with low-pitched "murmur" and "chuckle" of contented fowl, won world goose-calling championship at Missouri Valley, Iowa.

MILEPOSTS

DIED— James Dean , 24, Hollywood movie star (East of Eden), daring sports-car racer; of injuries suffered when his new $7,000 Porsche Spyder was involved in crash with another car at Cholame, Calif.

DIED—Allen Drumheller Sr., 61, prominent Walla Walla, Wash, horse trainer, first chairman of Washington State Racing Commission? onetime world champion rodeo star; of heart attack, at San Francisco, Calif. Drumheller saddled 643 winners who earned $2,424,702 in 15 years, ranked fourth among U.S. trainers in 1955.

DIED—Herbert L. Stone, 84, dean of American yachting writers, publisher of magazine Yachting, author (America's Cup Races, The Yachtman's Handbook), founding member of Cruising Club of America, instrumental in reviving biennial Bermuda ocean race; after brief illness, in New York.

OTHER RESULTS FOR THE RECORD

AUTO RACING

Chuck Rodee, Chicago, AAA 50-m. natl. championship midget race, in 46:42.33, Williams Grove, Pa. Runner-up: Bill Boyd, Pontiac, Mich.
Johnny Thomson, Springfield, Mass., AAA 20-m. big car race, in 14:45.25, Trenton, N.J. Runner-up: Hank Rogers, Fords, N.J.

BASEBALL

Minneapolis Millers (American Assn.) over Rochester Red Wings (Intl. League), 9-4, Little World Series, 4 games to 3, Minneapolis.
Mobile Bears ( Southern Assn.) over Shreveport (Texas League), 9-2, Dixie Series, in 4 straight, Mobile, Ala.
Wichita Bombers over Hawaii Red Sox, 7-4, in 11 innings, Global World Series of Semipro Baseball, Milwaukee.
Ft. McPherson, Ga. over Ft. Hood, Tex., 9-0, all-Army championship, Ft. Belvoir, Va.

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