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(Smxxitx uxxm Ptfge? 72 to 20 PART TWO LOUISVILLE, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 1, 1930. Happy Days Are Here Again for Baseball Enthusiasts 3 Of: Pairings Change Pits Corinth Against Northwest M. A. Tuesday KAVANAUGH'S FOE BOASTS 2 STAR PLAYERS Jwo Louisville Boys Grace St. John's Academy Line-Up. NATIONAL SCHOLASTIC DRAWS 36 SQUADRONS By EARL RUBY. Motor Trouble, Beach Thwart Don's Attempt Silver Bullet Attains 186 Miles'An Hour On One of Six Trial Runs. MAY TRY AGAIN TODAY Daytona Beach, Fla., March 31 UP) Motor trouble and a rough beach combined today to thwart the attempt of Kaye Don. veteran British race driver, to shatter the world's auto- Despite advice from officials that the course was not in condition for Casper. WVO., is too far, mobile speed record of 231 miles an rpmnvpfl from Kentucky to hur over the Ocean Speedway here. deliberately set out to do the Blueerrass State a big favor, but the favor has been ,a record-breaking attempt, Don sent .3 , v.,,l,i Ua his giant 24-cylinder Silver Bullet uuiie aiiu. we buuuiu j i , e . -,T i v. IHtlo ' racer roaring over the beach six times HiailKlUl. luunuay luc town wired of f i- j but the highest speed he was able to 117 vesLeiii luwii i attain was 186 miles an hour, cials of the National Interscholastic -RLtlUil Tournament at Chicago After his first three runs, i that its team would not arrive in time a fairly rapid clip, carburetor trouble to meet Northwest Military Academy developed and the remainder of his of LakeGeneva, Wis. , -iuesaay aiLer- trlals mat wire, ill mc """ii noon. many, saved Corinth, Kentucky's cage champion, from almost certain elimination for tourney authorities decided to let' the Westerners, instead . of Corinth, play the powerful St. John's five Wednesday morning, and to match Corinth with Northwest Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Northwest is reputed to be strong, but does not boast a record as glistening as St. John's. The big meet opens this morning at 11 o'clock. Corinth's conflict is the third on the programme. Kavanaugh, Kentucky's Class A fltlist, apparently is in as tough a spot as was eormtn. ine xeuuw-jackets drew Waterloo, N. Y., for 11 o'clock Wednesday morning and no guardian angel has seen fit to interfere. The New Yorkers hail from a town of less than 3.000 population, but have won nineteen out of twenty-one struggles this season. Two of the plavers are regarded as the most outstanding athletes in their section of the State and have been signed for tryouts with the Washington Senators. They are "Red" McDonald, forward, who has amassed 305 points for individual scoring honors in New York, and Bordner, guard of all-State caliber. Bordner is a pitcher of great repute in his State. The team left for Chicago Sunday with a send-off as inspiring and as noisy as the welcome given by isui The fastest speed he was able to attain after the motor trouble developed was 149 miles. Upon completing his trials, Don towed the machine direct to the ga rage and set a crew of mechanics to work adjusting the difficulties. He aid that if the repairs were completed by tomorrow and the beach was in good condition he would renew his attempts then. Low tide tomorrow-occurs about 3:15, but he probably would be able to make his trials an hour or ah hour and a half before that time. Don sent his machine bouncing along the course at a speed of 178 miles an hour on his first trial today and then came bac'v at 180. to return a short time later at 186. Despite the rou?h -rh. Don p 'irently had little difficulty in keeping the giant car under control. Don admitted after his first three runs that the beach was in no condition for a record-breaking attempt, but said he wanted to make additional trials in an effort to learn just what adjustments were necessary. Ideal weather conditions prevailed for the trials today, a warm sun beat down strongly on the course and the visibility was good. Hundreds of spec tators lined the entire 9-mile course and the grandstand was filled. Don's sister. Mrs. Rita Livesey. who accom- fsir. in its lunior baseball torn when ;panied the driver here from England, it returned nfrer navme capturea uki"" """"s -" aicwai;i. National chamnionship in Louisville. Those New Yorkers really put it on. An eighty-piece band and 2,000 of the city's 3,000 population saw the boys off. The St. John's team, as it happens, represents Louisville more than do either of the two Kentucky outfits, for on it are two of Louisville's sons. Eddie McDevitt, son of Mrs. Margaret McDevitt, 1232 Garvin Place, captains the team, and Charley Elbrick, son of Mrs. C. J. Elbrick, 1832 Windsor rlace. is just regaining a berth on the first five after a lay-off caused by an injured foot. These same two boys performed on the school's football team when it came down here and played du Pont Manual last fall. Takes Second Place. In the tournament at Madison, St. John's easily eliminated Bethel Institute of St. Paul, Minn., In the first round. In the second round St. John's had the satisfaction of defeating Culver Military Academy, thereby avenging two previous defeats suffered at (Continued on Page 12.) Breaker of A. B'. C. Mark I Transy Spring $kM GARNERS! Louisville Boys Back 3 OUT OF 3 AS After Drilling In South; YANKS TRIUMPH Play Sox Wednesday Football Work Starts Monday G. E. Pyle, New Athletic Head to Be Aided By Former Ail-American. !1 GAMES SCHEDULED Special to The Courier-Journal. Lexington, Ky, March 31. A letter received in Lexington today from George E. Pyle, Chattanooga, Tenn., who will direct all Transylvania College athletics during the next school year, announced that spring football training in the Pioneer camp would start next Monday afternoon, April 7. Coach Pyle, who succeeds James A. Elani as head of Transy varsity football, said he would be assisted during the spring session by Ed Hess, former Ohio State guard, who is now head line coach at Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Va. Hess was an All-American in 1925 and was a strong contender for the same berth in 1926. That year, however, he lost his berth on the mythical team to Bernie Shively. Illinois, who is now hea dline coach at the University of Kentucky under Head Coach Harry Gamage. The new Transylvania mentor has just returned to his home in Tennessee after spending three weeks at V. M. I., where he assisted in the spring football training there. Coach Pyle was formerly director of athletics, head basketball and track coach at V. M. I. for three years. In his letter Coach Pyle said he expected to arrive in Lexington Sunday, April 6. and that Hess would follow j him, reaching the Transylvania cam pus either April i or e. The spring training at Transylvania will continue four weeks. Coach Pyle announced, but he has not made known his Dlans for tne wkouu. Ruth Gets Homer, Double, Single In 14 to 4 Win Over San Antonio. GOTHAM MAKES 18 HITS San Antonio, Texas, March 31 UP) With Babe Ruth again showing the way, the New York Yankees pounded out an 14 to 4 victory over San Antonio of the Texas League today. The Babe contributed a home run, a double and a single to the Yankees' eighteen safeties off a trio of Texas League hurlers. The circuit drive was the Babe's fourth of the season and his second in three days. A pair of walks and a sacrifice fly on his three other trips to the plate gave the home run king a perfect day at the plate. Score : Innings: 12345678 9 Ft. H. E. New York 2 0003020 714 18 2 San Antonio ..10000003 0 4' 10 3 Batteries Wells. Johnson and Dickey; Richardson. Maiicky, Estell and Lapan, Meyers. By BRUCE DUDLEY. Happy days are here again for baseball fans. Allan Sothoron's Louisville Colonels are back in the middle of our midst after twenty-five days of titivation at Mobile and after being; further polished off by the Boston Red Sox at Pensacola for a pair of days. These Colonels arrived at 5 o'clock on the afternoon of Monday. A rearrangement of the exhibition schedule enabled them to land in Louisville fifteen hours ahead of the original programme for which they are devoutly grateful, as the Ashland Begins Spring Grid Training Special to The Courier-Journal, Ashland, Ky., March 31. The Ash- CARDS GET THREE HITS, LOSE. Bradenton, Fla., March 31 U The St. Louis Cardinals could not solve the curves of Ira Smith and Edwin Chapman this afternoon and lost an exhibition game to the Rochester ciuo of the International League, 3 to 0. The Cardinals obtained only three hits, all of them singles. Ernie Orsatti. Cardinal outfielder, sprained an ankle sliding into third base in the seventh, and had to be as sisted from the field. Colonels would not now trade one hour in Louisville for a month in Utopia, fo pleased are they to end the training grind on foreign fields and to become established in Louisville, the city of their adoption, for the summer. With the exception of a batting drill of two hours and a fielding rehearsal of thirty minutes, extending from 10 o'clock to 12:30 o'clock, the Colonels will be granted Tuesday off and they will devote their leisure moments to seeking suitable homes for land Tomcats opened six weeks of. the summer. As in the past The spring football practice at CKtral ; Courier-Journal will lend its assist-Park here this afternoon under theiance to such a search. Persons who INDIANS BEST PELS. New Orleans, March 31 4 The Cleveland Indians bested the Pelicans Tf v,a tho first, time that the new . today, 6 to 3, in the wmdup of the coach and his football prospects for j three-game week-end series between this year have ever met and it is; the clubs. The Indians take on the likely that Coach Pvle will spend the Lew York Giants tomorrow, first part of the drill per iod in getting j DRILL, acquainted with the candidates and instructing them in the fundamentals Los Angeles, Calif., Marcn 31 k of football. The last weeK or ien r-u umS "'"''f", , Z. only regular lineman remainin days probably will be given over tojbition game, the Cubs went through a j seon-s team. The 1930 squad would like to rent rooms or nouses to the Colonels are requested to notify the sports editor of The Courier-Journal, giving information on the location, the number of rooms available, conveniences and whether meali Such information without delay to drill on formations the team will use next fall. A squad, numbering between twen tv-five and thirty candidates, is ex (Continued on Page 12.) iPicture by Burt Williams, Plain Dealer, Cleveland. LARRY SHOTWELL. Shotwell, Covington, broke the American Bowling' Congress singles record Saturday night with a score of 174. lie had ten strikes in each game and his singles total put him in second place in the all-events. His scores in the singles were 237-270-261. He registered 1,948 in the all-events. rv r oected to report for training since it j o T mi i trill f P!nnifil9S oviripnt tbnt, the Pioneers will not V P develop a baseball team this spring. This group will include approximately twenty veterans from last season's team and the remainder will be supervision of Jaul Jenkins, former Manual High and Kentucky State star. Sixty-two men were out this afternoon with the prospect that several others will join the squad later, mnkiniT the lareest. KDrine training aggregation Ashland High School ever: can be obtained has had. win conveyed Ttin i . firm believe in sortaB the ba" P13"- practice and he said tonight that he p,ay K"1 Sox Wednesday, considered it the most valuable training a team receives. "The boys are not afraid of an injury that wiy keep them out of games end as a result the nervous tension is considerably less, so that it seems the squad responds more quickly to training than in the fall. Then, too, the conscien-: r.onrfirf!in tt-UI fiT-irt his weak-: nesses and often have them well mas-?t!C contests have been waged and the tered by fall." J Colonels nave run second in five of It is well the coach has a generous! them. The lone victory was achieved supply of material for next season, forjj" the ,thlrdt,Ra"le, 1aI?a.'iVt th' M-he is laced with the necessity of pro-; Bears wi h Phu We inert and Ken with one excep-; u 1 . I, L mirs is the ; K "vl"al-"t 'w uie mounn can - from i Wednesday and if Sot horon sends Liirm against, une cox ine exniDition will be well worth seeing. The Sox The stiife with the Boston Hed Sox wall be resumed Wednesday and will continue Thursday and Friday. Up until now the Colonels have not appeared effectively formidable against the gallant foe but the possibilities of potency still are virile. Six exhibi- ducing a new7 line i tion. Leo Dickinson center. (Continued on Page 12.) $ Scores In A. B. C. JONES LEADS SOUTHEAST OPEN Two-Man Events. 1st 2d ; W. Stanley 199 130 W. Bauer 184 200 Wildcats Tally 3 In Sixth to Drop Miami, 3-2 V Invaders Are Dazzled By Rhodes The Courier-Journal Lexinerton Bureau. Lexington, Ky., March 31. Bunch ing three hits, including two doubles in the sixth inning, the University Miss Orcutt Shoots An 80 To Top North-South Field (Continued on Page 12.) WE LEAD TRUMPS IN THESE SOLID BLUE SHIRTS BY "ARROW" You. finesse can't against an ace lead; and that's what these broadcloth shirts are. They are thoroughly pre-shrunken and guaranteed fast colors, with Arrow's newest collar attached, a breast pocket and band cuffs. This is a new shade of blue that is very smart and most good-looking. The price surprises you, as it did us when we bought them. $915 "A solid red tie is the proper accompanist. See Fourth Ave. window. rodes-Rapier (3. Pinehurst. N. C. March 31 Miss Maureen Orcutt, hard-driving Haworth. N. J., star, stroked her way over the hilly No. 3 Pinehurst Country Club course today to show a pair of heels to the other 112 women in the qualifyi'1'' round of the North and South Women's Amateur Golf Tournament. She played consistently, banging i (P) ,Miss Dorothy M. Smith, Brooklyn . 41-46 87 Mrs. Arinur .Harrison, jjocicport, N. Y 43-4487 Mrs. John Arends, Chicago 45-45 90 Mrs. J. M. Haynes, Washington. .44-46 90 The pairings for tomorrow's match play are as follows: Miss Fordyce plays Miss Abernethy; Mrs. Baker plays Miss Hicks; Miss Quier plays Miss Smith; Mrs. Harrison plays Miss Van Wie; Mrs. Feder-man plays Mrs. Lake; Mrs. Arends out a pair of 40's for an 80 on the plays Miss Collett: Mrs. Hill plays I f eighteen-hole trip, while her nearest competitor. Miss Helen Hicks, ot Hewlett. Long Island, picked up an 81 over the same route. Miss Glenna Collett, National champion, and last year's winner of the North and South title, found the second nine difficult and after making a 38 on the outgoing jaunt was forced to take forty-four strokes en route home. Her 82 was good for third position, however. The others were bunched closely behind and it was necessary to stage a Dlav-off to decide which of the j four scoring 90 should be admitted iin the select championship division. Miss Honor Brighr. Niagara FaLs. N. Y.. and Miss Helen Waring of New York, were beaten in the playoff bv Mrs. John Arends of Chicago, and Mrs. J. M. Haynes. Here's the record of the first division entries. Miss Maureen Orcutt. New York. 40-40 80 Miss Helen Hicks. Hewlett. L. I. .38-43 81 Miss Glenna Collett, Providence. R. 1 38-4482 Mrs. Marion Turpie Lake, New York T 41-4384 Mrs. Leo G. Federman, New York. 42-42 84 Mrs. O. S. Hill. Kansas City 41-4384 Miss Peggy Wattles, Buffalo, N. Y 43-41 84 Miss Edith Quier, Reading, Penn.40-45 85 Mrs. E. H. Baiter, Boston, Mass. .44-41 85 Miss Betty Abernethy, Pittsburgh. 42-4385 Miss Louise Fordyce, Youngstown, Ohio 42-4488 Miss Virginia Van Wie, Chicago. .43-43 86 5 3HSi5BKH I Bad Year for I Holdouts - Nick S Altrock Observes There S Are More Wolves g a Than Doorsteps. By NICK ALTROCK. Special to The Courier-Journal. Somewhere South, March. 31. I see Babe Herman finally signed up with Brooklyn. That makes him the last Robin of the spring training season. Babe and Shires were holding out for $25,000 a year. But when Babe saw what the Great One signed for, Babe reached for a fountain pen before the bottom dropped out of the market. Fifteen grand a year isn't at all bad. even if you have to play in Brooklyn to get it. This is sure a bad year for holdouts, when there are more wolves than there are doorsteps. The way salaries have been knocked down this spring, the magnates could jive the bootleggers tips on cutting. Mrs. Haynes; Miss Wattles plays Miss Orcutt. One of the day's surprises was the fact that Miss Martha Parker of New York, former New Jersey champion and one of the favored players, failed to qualify. Her 93 left her in the second division. Sekyra, Rosales Billed Dayton, Ohio. March 31 fAP) Joh Sekyra, Dayton heavyweight, and Rosy Rosales. Indian fiirhter. will box twelve rounds here Wednesday night. April 9 Rosales won over Sekyra at Buffalo two weeks ago iin the first round. The Indian was awarded the decision on a foul and Sekyra was suspended for thirtv davs by the New York Athletic Commission. Bobby Registers Par 144 On 36 Holes Augusta. Ga.. March 31 UP) Show ing perfect figures for the first two rounds of the $5,000 Southeastern Open Golf Tournament here. Bobby Jones tonight led the field of nearly 100 golfers with his 144 and showed a four-stroke lead over his rival. Hor-ton Smith. It was the second meeting of the year for Jones and Smith. A gallerv of 2,000 followed them through two rounds over the difficult par-72 hill course at the Country Club. Smith beat the Atlanta' golfing barrister bv one stroke in their battle at Savan nah in February. Had "Calamitv Jane" been functioning smoothly, Jones would have had an even- greater lead over the field. With few ex ceptions his drives were lone and straight and his approach shots were true, but he missed more than a dozen putts of varying distances. On j Totals 383 D. Weils 187 !j. Mazzoni 190 j Totals 377 ! C. Miller 221 :C. Suddarth 197 j Totals 418 SC. Zink 185 G. Homing 167 Totals 352 R. Elmore 143 J. Hartiage 212 I Totals 355 j T. Owen 209 F. McCarthy 200 Totals .'409 IP. A. Mannine 173 Strohmeier 151 380 183 146 329 243 171 414 186 215 401 168 166 334 186 243 429 177 159 3d Til. 182 181 3631126 167 146 is more fortunate in the matter of backs, three depend able lettermen being retained from last season's strong eleven, James Barney, caotain-elect: Glenn Overley and Bert Johnson. Barney, who has been a valuable performer for the past two seasons, should develop stellar ability this year. Another veteran (Continued on Page 12.') 313-235 204 -1019 4391271 216 200 4161169 200 174 3741063 174 209 383- 157 147 are a major league ball team but they are not much farther advanced in training than the Colonels, though they gave our side beatings by 9 to 1 and 6 to 0. Sunday, each clan made but five hits which emphasizes the need of each for more intensive batting rehearsals. Five runs were scored off , (Continued on Page 12.) 4 -1221 Totals 324 E. Luvisi 182 W. Fitzner 171 Totals 353 J. Felhoelter 197 C. Hildebrand 208 Totals ....405 J. Torstrick 174 J. Sullivan 153 336 304- 964 Totals M. Dooling R Gienn .. Totals 327 171 212 383 Shanks 171 Myers 164 Totals 335 E. Trand 122 R. Sehr 147 Totals 269 . Robinson 205 Ries 233 (Continued on Page 12.) Singer Signs to Meet Mandell In Title Go Totals 438 A. Torsch 179 H. Frick 211 Totals 390 L. George 177 F. Stengel 174 Totals 351 C. Bott 119 O. Kavich 159 278 1S6 182 Totals P Day ... K. Evns 181 169 350 216 199 415 179 149 32a 189 200 366 150 212 362 189 163 352 169 356 240 145 385 179 169 348 144 82 226 221 193 211 169 3301083 181 187 368 1188 155 179 334 989 194 172 3661115 169 ! 202 3711068 145 ' 321 942 204 i Means more than just a place to leave your car especially to ladies. Here it includes courteous service by uniformed attendants the convenience of well-appointed rest rooms and free checking of wraps and parcels. 2 HOURS 25c Each additional hour ..... .5e ALL DAY 50c FRANCIS GARAGE 418 WEST CHESTNUT SERVICE CONVENIENCE SAFETY 395- 132 159 -1189 3411116; 191 i 159 j 3501049 i 143 108 ! 251 181 146 103 Totals 348 414 3271089 (Continued on Page 12.) TWO NEW DRINKS For METROPOLITAN LOUISVILLE Falls City Dry Ginger Ale & 'ALU CITY GINGER ALE an Vichy AT POPULAR PRICES .i- I ALLSCITY I.WchV. I VICHY ORDER A CASE TODAY FOR YOUR HOME Phone Shawnee 58-59 Falls City Ice & Bev. Co. Incorporated New York, March 31 (P) Prospects for a dull market among the cauliflowers rose sharply today with every indication that business at the same old turnstiles will be brisker than ever this summer. As an addition to the programme including the heavyweight title fight, June 12. at the Yankee Stadium between Jack Sharkey and Max Schmeling. Madison Square Garden paired Sammy Mandell, lightweight champion from Rockford, 111., for a fifteen round title test against Al Singer, sensational Bronx youngster, in the same ball yard. July 17. Singer signed the papers today and agreed to take 124 per cent of the receipts as his wages. Mandell, who trounced Jimmy McLarnin in his last championship battle here, accepted the match some time ago. He will receive the champion's Z1V2 'per cent. In signing today Singer registered his confidence in his ability to beat Ignacio Fernandez, Filipino winger, in the Garden Friday night. The last time Singer tangled with the brown-skinned veteran, Fernandez shocked the cauliflowers by knocking out Young Al in three rounds. Since then Singer has come back in sparkling fashion with a steady string of knockouts. The Garden outdoor schedule also calls for a welterweight tussle between Jackie Fields, the 147-pound king from Los Angeles, and Jimmy McLarnin, Celtic clouter, who whipped Young Jack Thompson hre last Friday night. This match will be saved for August. Somewhere in the earlv summer the Garden plans a flyweight title test between Midget Wolgast, recognized here as the 112-pound ruler, and Frankie Genaro. Kid Chocolate will be matched either with "Bat" Battalino, the featherweight title-holder, in a 126-pound title scrimmage, or with some crack lightweight. A light heavyweight or a middle-weight championship bout may be reserved for September when Victorio Campolo may get a chance to test the heavyweight greatness of Primo Camera, the home-run hitter of the distant spaces. April Fish Chart Grady W. Coble's fish calendar for April is shown above. The best days for fishing are indicated by black fish, days not so good by fish partially white, and poor days by totally white fish. 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