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LOOKING IT OVER WITH Large Gate Again The Big Ten appears to be off on another big season at the football gate. . . . Eight opening games last week'attracted 440,358 spectators, an; average of 55,045 per game and well above last season's opening average of 45,355. . . . The average for 53 games played by Western conference teams last season was 51,889. Threie of the league teams displayed strong passing attacks in their openers. , . . With Glen Drahn throwing, Iowa hit on 12 of 24 attempts against UCLA; Ohio State'connected on 11 of 24 against Missouri and 3 touchdowns, and Minnesota hit on 7 of 11 tries against/Washington. * More Grid Ratings '•» In the most'recent issue of The Quarterback (a special section to Sporting News), Dick Hyland does the feature college football stoi-y and, gives the following ratings for the top 10 teams in the nation (it was set; we presume, before Saturday's results): Tit- lane, Minnesota, Notre Dame, Ohio State, SMU, Vanderbilt, Michigan, Stanford, Southern Cal VANMEEL. ball used in high school games. . . . It stands to reason that an offensive team in white jerseys will benefit through the use of a white ball, an orange clad team would likewise be benefited through the use of an orange ball. . . . Lyle Quinn, secretary of the Iowa High School- Athletic Association says that the referee has the say-so as to what color ball will be used in a game. . . . Such a situation came up in the recent Iowa Falls tilt with Hampton as the Cadets were in gold and the Bulldogs in white. * Ken Cheeley, the Hampton mentor, has quite a crying towel m a long list of injuries to 5m- the top efficiency of his club. At the present rate, Hampton may outdo the New York Yankees ^ the injury high in an athletic Bucs Beat Birds 6-4, Lead Cut to One Game Yanks Win on Sept. 28, 1949 15 Mason City Globe-Gazelle, Mason City, to. and Purdue. Vanderbilt and Purdue have been defeated while Ohio State and SMU had close squeaks. In the same issue is a rated list of the top 100 teams in the nation for this season by Lew Wolf, grid statitiscian. . , . Placed 1-2-3 are Michigan, Vanderbilt, and Notre Dame. . . . Iowa teams aren't flattered as Iowa is placed 52,nd, Drake 98th and Iowa State 99th. . . . H-m^m-n-n? * •* The grid game between Iowa and Purdue Saturday will be the 28th in the series between the schools. . . . The Boilermakers hold the edge with 16 victories to 10, with one game ending in a tie. . . The last Iowa victory at Lafayette was in 1939 when Mike Enich blocked .2 punts, both resulted in safeties and Iowa won 4-0. Gromek Prediction Recollection: After last fall's World Series, remember when Cleveland Prexy Bill Veeck said that Steve Gromek would be the ace of the 1949 Tribe mound staff •and a sure 20-game winner? . . Gromek has 4 victories to show for this season. * When iMel Parnell gained his 24th victory this season, he became the record-holder for Red Sox portsiders. The former mark was established by Babe Ruth who won 23 games for the both 19JL6 and 1917 Bosox in seasons. The Detroit Tigers are satisfied that they have enough outfield punch in 4 performers to go another season. . . . The quartet includes Vic Wertz, Hoot Evers, Johnny Groth >and Pat Mullirit . . That means Dick Wakefield does not figure in the 1950 plans anc probably will go on the trading block. '•. * How About Polka-Dot At the football rules 'clinic held in Mason City there was some discussion on the color of the foot- season. No Longer a Runt Billy Bye, the "run I" of the Vlinnesota football .team, isn't so >mall this season and figures to the chief offensive threat for he Gophers. He now weighs Only 4 Blows Red Sox Cop 14th Straight Over Hats By STAN OPOTOWSKY New York, (U.R) — The little guy who might have- given the St. Louis Cardinals the National league pennaivt going away Wednesday will try to take it away. Sharp-featured Murry Dickson was traded by the Cards last winter over the vehement and even bitter protests of Manager Eddie Dyer. Since then Dyer many times has felt the need for this curve- ball cutie when the Redbird pitching staff sagged. He could have used Dickson very much Tuesday night, for example, when the Pittsburgh Pirates mowed d own 5 St. Louis pitchers for a 6-4 victory that Probable Pitchers AMERICAN LEAGUE Philadelphia (Coleman 13-11) at New York (Reynolds 17-ii). Boston (Siobbs 11-5) at Washington (Scarborough 12-11) — night. Cleveland (Rozek 0-0) al Chicago (Bruner J-l). .82 pounds although he's been at .70 and less for 2 previous seasons. . . . For the past 2 seasons he has been 2nd to Ev Faunce in he total offense department but Taunce isn't around this season and Coach Bernie Bierman has •eferred to Bye as "our offense." Bob Miller of.Mason City, veteran guard at Iowa State Teachers, was a bright spot for the Pan- hers in their defeat at the hands of Western. Michigan. ... He will aptain Iowa Teachers in their North Central conference opener at North Dakota State this Friday. * Hampton's Billy Weeks might 36 the leading passer in the Big Seven conference this season . . . tn 2 non-conference games, W.eeks has pegged the ball 30 times for 15 completions and a net yardage of 352 for Iowa State. , * Can't Miss This Time Ted Williams always seems to be nicked in the most valuable player award deal in the American league despite repeated fine (Only games scheduled.) NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn (Roe 11-5) at Boston (Sain performances. Right now, though, there doesn't seem to be any player to edge him out of the honor for this season. * Ellis Kinder, the Red Sox pitching ace, Wasn't in organized baseball until he was 25 years old. . , . In recent years, major league scouts are 'only mildly interested in signing players more than 20 years old unless they»are winding up brilliant college careers. * The best moneymaker in baseball is still a Cleveland-Yankee game. ... In 22 games the past season, those 2 clubs drew 1,017,'Cleveland contri- 553 fans buted the biggest chunk to the big attendance figure. * The National league batting champion so far as the Pittsburgh Pirates are concerned is Bobby Thomson of the Giants. . . . Thomson batted .459 against the Byes in 22 games this season including 9 homers and 22 runs batted in. Mayor Demands Better Ball Club From Reds at Co/umbra, S. C. Columbia, S. Car., (U.R)—The city council has told the Cincinnati baseball club, which operates the Columbia Reds of the -South Atlantic league, to bring in better players or face cancellation of its ball park lease. The council informed the Cincinnati clu,b in a letter Tuesday written by Mayor Frank Owens, that "The team your organization placed in our city ... is not in keeping with the development of this city and the appreciation oC the fan's." The Standinas NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. St. Louis !)5 55 Brooklyn HI Philadelphia Boston New York , Pittsburgh Cincinnati ft8 (il 59 78 8'J !IO .«:« .027 3 .523 JfiVi .487 22 .183 22^3 .453 27 .404 1.391 3!',i Chicago TUESDAY RESULTS Cincinnati *>; Chicago 4. Pittsburgh (i; St. Louis -I. (Only games scheduled.) THURSDAY SCHEDULE Brooklyn at Boston. (Only game scheduled.) AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pet. G.B. Boston 95 55 .<i;i3 .... New York Jl-t 5(1 .r>27 I Detroit 87 <>1 Cleveland 84 fi!i Philadelphia 71) 71 Chicago 62 87 St. Louis 51 100 Washington 48102 .: TUESDAY RESULTS New York 3; Philadelphia 1. Boston 0; Washington 4. Cleveland 3; Chicago 2. (Only games scheduled.) THURSDAY SCHEDULE Cleveland at Chicago. Boston at Washington. Philadelphia at New York. (Only games scheduled.) New York (Jansen 15-10) at Philadelphia (Roberts 15-13). St. Louis (Staley 10-0) at Pittsburgh (Dickson 11-14). (Only games scheduled.) sliced the Card league to 1 game over the Brooklyn Dodgers. A victory in that tilt would Have put the Redbirds almost out of reach of the Brooks, leaving each 4 games to play. As it is, the Dodgers now are within striking distance. Cards to Start Staley And to make matters worse, the Cards must go against Dfckson in this crucial game Wednesday. He will pit his 11-14 record against Gerry Staley, a 10-9 man who somehow avoided the mass meeting held by the Cards on the Forbes field pitching mound Tuesday night. It was a rookie who wreaked the most damage on the Redbirds Tom Saffel nonchalently cockec his eye at a 2-1 pitch with the bases loaded in the 2nd inning then lunged into it wit h teeth gritting. The, ball sailed higl against the right field foul pole screen for a homerun, his 2nd in the majors. Those were the 4 runs which spelled the difference. But as much as Saffel's homer, the Cards could blame themselves for the defeat. Red Schoendienst committed 2 errors and the usually flawless Marty Marion one. Too, another Pirate run was walked in during the 5-run 2nd inning. Rid of Bad Game After it was all ov'er, Dyer could say only^'we just got a : bad game out of our system. But remember, we still have a full game lead." The Cards did show spark in the 8th when they scored 3 runs on Marty Marion's single, Del Rice's walk, Tom Glaviano's single, Eddie Kazak's single and Chuck Diering's single. However, it ended in victory for Pirate Pitcher Bill Werle though he needed relief in that 8th. The loss went to Red Munger, while Ted Wilks, Howie Polet, Fred Martin and Al Brazle went along for the ride. The Reds beat the Cubs 5-4 in the only other game in the National league. Now comes the 4-game stretch drive. The Dodgers play Boston Wednesday in Boston, with pennant-hope Preacher Roe pitching again either Warren Spahn- or Johnny Sain. The Boston Red Sox kept their 1-game American league advantage over the New York Yankees, beating their country cousins rom Washington 6-4 in a night game after the Yanks downed the 'hiladelphia Athletics 3-1 in the unshine. llth Straight Victory That was the Sox llth straight victory , and their 14th in a row over Washington. They play the enators 2 more games 'before /VP W'rcpholo HAPPY RED SOX—Joe Dobson (right), although knocked out.as the Boston Red Sox starting pitcher during an 8th inning Washington rally, still could joke with teammates in the dressing room Tuesday night after.Boston defeated the Senators 6-4 to hold their one-game lead over the New York Yankees. With him are Walt Masterson (left), relief hurler, who halted the Washington rally and 2nd Baseman Bobby Doerr, who got 3 hits." Chamberlain Picks Illinois, Purdue, Cats to Win Saturday New York, (/P)—A glum-look- Casey Stengel had just received word that he and Ralph Houk and Cliff Mapes had been fined for Monday's rhubarb at the stadium — a Grieve - ous error somebody By CHARLES CHAMBERLAIN Chicago, (#>)—Coming out for a 2nd' round of football forecasting (we got 'em all last week except the Illinois-Iowa State tie): Illinois 20, Wisconsin 14—The Illini have the makings of a pretty solid outfit that probably will jell this week after that 20-20 stalemate with Iowa State called it. "I didn't see the play at all," Casey confided hoarsely. "I was back in the runway when somebody told me there was out there. something going on Then they fine me for coming out to see what had happened. It was the first ,57f> .501 .3i!7 .41 (i 8',2 lOVi It! Rockwell Gains Sectional Finals Hanlontown—Rockwell gained the finals of the sectional high school baseball tournament here Tuesday by defeating Hanlontown 11-1., Rockwell will meet St. Joseph's of Mason City in Wednesday's final. Rockwell posted 4 runs in the first inning and turned 9 hits off Jensen into an easy victory. Witte hurled for Rockwell and allowed only one hit while fanning 10 batters. Letterheads Envelopes Catalogs Booklet* Mainlines Office Forms House Organs Color Process LETTER PRESS • LITHOGRAPH • PLANOGRAP1I Designing Illustrating Welcome Inquiries— Submit Copy for bntlmatfi Printers STOYLES PRESS PHONE 567 23 First St. S. E. Mason City. la. time I was fined this season— and we've only had one man put out of a game. What do they expect me to do?" . . .A photographer asked -the Yankee manager and the 2 players to pose studying pictures of the disputed play and Casey assented grudgingly. . . . "It won't .get that run back," he maintained.; "And• tr-wouldn't settle for another .run,' from the same club. It would take a lot to make up for that one." . . . Tommy Henrich came along for a look at the photos and insisted Houk had blocked the plate against Johnny Pesky's slide. "There's only one player who could have slid under that glove," Tommy argued, "and he's a Yankee - mole." Word Saver Although Mapes sent the required telegram in answer to Prexy Will Harridge's demand for a public apology, a lot of guys at the stadium thought he wasted words. "He should have copied Yogi Berra," one scribe insisted, "And wire Grieve: 'I'm sorry you made this apology necessary'." TJmps Get Their Lumps Stengel, in a reminiscent mood went on: "A lot depends on what you say out there. One day I went out to talk to Red Jones about his calls. He just patted me on the back and said: 'You get back to the bench and don't come out again.' ... A little later Al Simmons charged out and Jones victory will be far from simple . . Wisconsin showed exceptional leetness and passing in routing flarquette 41-0. Purdue 21, Iowa 7—The Boiler- nakers uncorked an unimpressive irst half against Northwestern be- ore losing 20-6 while U. C. L. A. iddled Iowa with passes 41-25 . . Harry Szulborski, possibly the nost dangerous runner in the con- erence, will be back in harness or Purdue after a week's shelving vith a leg injury . .. . the 2 replacements for him in the North- vestern game netted only 7 yards. Ohio State 27, Indiana 13—The Buckeyes probably will be favored by a lot more on the parlay cards despite the narrow 35-34 squeak over Missouri . . . The 3oosiers showed well for the first lalf. .against Notre. Dame before Jieir manpower wore out . given a shot of reserve strength :hey might surprise, but not this Top Clubs in Big Ten Play Round Robin By ED SAINSBURY Chicago, .(U.R) — There'll be no "cheese" champion in the Big Ten football race this year. Schedules call for nearly a round-robin program for the 4 teams rated the toughest in the league, and there was slight chance for one of the underdogs to come through the minimum of 2 tough contests with the big boys to get an undefeated season. Defending champion Michigan, Minnesota and Northwestern ranked with Ohio State, as the teams to beat, have the roughest road. These 3 clubs play a complete round-robin and each meets Ohio State in addition, to eliminate all chance that any one can claim a schedule break gave them an advantage. One Hurdle Cleared Northwestern already is past one of the expected tough spots with a 20-6 win over Purdue, ranked as a darkhorse, in the opener. But the Wildcats bounce against Minnesota Oct. 8, a week later take on Michigan, and scrap with Ohio State Oct. 29. Should the Wildcats -get by this trio it should be a title breeze. Michigan has a rougher path, perhaps. A week after the Northwestern game, the Wolverines go against Minnesota, Nov. 5 against Purdue, and Nov. 19, in the final game of the season, tangle with Ohio State. In the matter of timing, Minnesota has the poorest prospects. The Gophers play Northwestern Oct. 8, then at one week intervals meet Ohio State, Michigan and Purdue in order. Bucks in Best Spot Ohio State apparently has the logical path for the title. The Buckeyes do not meet Purdue, a stale- probable spoiler, and have at but a least 2 weeks between other im- _t_____ Harvard Tackle Receives Honor as Lineman of Week chased him right back. So mo :taff' caving reluctantly for the season. Walt Masterson, who left Wash- ngton for Boston earlier this season, jumped into the relief breach when Joe Dobson was pounded jy a 3-hit barrage with none out n the 8th. Masterson retired the side. Vic Raschi became the 5th 20- jame winner in the major leagues this season in the Yankee triumph.. It was a stirring return to form, his first complete game since Aug. 17. The Yanks won on only 4 hits. Joe Gordon's single in the 9th gave Cleveland a 3-2 win over Chjcago in the only other American league game. those guys thought Jones was my pal because they didn't hear what he said." . . . "That isn't anything," broke in a visiting reporter. "Frank Dascoli,. the Rudd, Plymouth Gain Finals of Sectional Plymouth—Rudd and Plymouth advanced to the finals of the sectional high school baseball tournament being held here by posting victories on Tuesday. R u d d's Rangers downed Visitation of Stacyville 5-3 while the Plymouth Pirates drubbed Rock Falls 12-5. great tall fellow, was umpiring in Chicago whert Charley Grimm rushed out. Before he could say a word, Grimm began: 'Take il easy; don't get so excited.' . . 'Why not-' Dascoli asked. Anc Grimm very sweetly says: 'Well you have to wrestle somebody tonight, don't you'?" Forethought Depl. Although Mrs. Joe Bedenk i: undergoing her first season a; wife of Penn State's head footbal coach, she already has, shown the results of 20 years as an assistant's helpmate. . . . After Penr State was trimmed by Villanova last Saturday, she stuffed her ears with cotton, hurried home by a back road and opened a package she had purchased some weeks before. . . . From this she removed a sign and hung it on the front door. It said: "Smile. Fight Results By The Associated Press Los Angeles—Jimmy Rivins, 181. Cleveland, stopped Clarence Henry, IH:!',i, I,ox Angeles, X. Buffalo, N*. Y.—Bill Welnbcrr. 212Ti, Chelsea, Mass., knocked out Joe Muscato, 301, Buffalo, 7. Jacksonville, Fla.—Toby Reid, 107, Jacksonville, outpointed Art Talta, 1G3, New Haven, Conn., in. portant games. Minnesota Oct. The Bucks meet 15, then North- By TED MEIER New York, (/P)— Harvard took a 44-0 drubbing from Stanford on the Pacific Coast last Saturday, but nevertheless came up with the football lineman of the week in 23-year-old Howard Houston. In the 'first Associated Press poll of the grid season, the 200-pound senior tackle from Haverhill, Mass., Wednesday was named the top lineman of 38 nominations. Houston earned an unusual tribute from Marchie Schwartz, Stanford coach. "Houston undoubtedly was an All-America against us," Schwartz told San Francisco football writers. "This is something I seldom do. I intend to write Houston a personal letter congratulating him on his fine play. He made 90 pel- cent of the tackles on defense and was hard to block out." "Even when the Harvard cause was utterly- hopeless in the 4th period Houston played his heart out. He is one of.the^best I have seen in years." ; Runnerup in the voting from all parts of the country was Ewell Pope, Georgia Tech's little 168- pound guard. Pope suffered a broken jaw in the 2nd quarter, but played the entire game and helped the Engineers to an upset ,12-7 victory over a Vanderbilt. Ed Bagdon, Michigan State tackle, was 3rd in the balloting. His play was one of the main reasons MSC held Michigan to a 7-3 triumph. Others who received high praise were Don .Hock, Colorado A & M .tackle; Wade Walker, Oklahoma tackle; Dan Foldberg, Army end; Bob Wilkinson, UCLA end; Leo Nomellini, Minnesota tackle; Lou Creekmur, William and Mary tackle; and Harold Kilman, -Texas Christian tackle. Unveil Headstone for Wilson's Grave Martinsburg, W. Va., (/P)—Hack Wilson's old baseball friends gathered in a corner of a graveyard here Tuesday and unveiled a small stone monument over the big guy's grave. The tapered granite block, 10 feet/ high and about 30 inches square at the base, bore an etching of crossed bats and a baseball, with this simple inscription: "One of baseball's immortals, Lewis R. "Hack" Wilson, rests here." Joe McCarthy took time off from the bitter American league pennant race to unveil the stone. Joe managed the Cubs when Hack was 'the star of the Chicago National league team. Iowa Drills on Pass Defense; Dittmer to Be Captain Saturday Iowa City, (fi>) — Jack Dittmer will captain Iowa's football team in .its game against Purdue Saturday. . . Coach Eddie Anderson said that when Dittmer is not in the game, Guard' Earl Banks will lead the Hawkeyes. Anderson spent all of Tuesday's drill on pass defense. Little Al DiMarco, Iowa passing ace last year and how an assistant coach, did the pass throwing as the defense looked at Purdue pass plays. ime. Michigan 28, Stanford 13—The Pacific Coast, after Stanford's 44-0 trouncing of Harvard, thinks the Indians may be ready for an but Michigan will start upset rolling in this one to western 2 weeks later, with Michigan the final opponent Nov. .19. Purdue, already defeated by the Wildcats, faces Minnesota Oct. 29 and a week later plays Michigan. The title road is easier for the other 4 conference teams, but preseason ratings and opening day scores indicate neither Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin nor Indiana will have any hope, of finishing' 1-2-3,. Iowa plays Purdue Saturday, Northwestern Oct. ' 22, and Minnesota Nov. 5, and should lose at least one, probably 2 and possibly all 3. Illinois has Purdue, Michigan, Ohio State and Northwestern; Wisconsin meets Ohio State, Northwestern and Minnesota; and Indiana has Ohio State Saturday, Michigan Nov. 12, and Purdue Nov. 19. Cyclones Polish Overhead Attack Ames, (&)— With Bill Weeks and Don Ferguson doing the tossing, the Iowa State Cyclones worked on pass offense in Tuesday's football drills. Coach Abe Stuber devoted most of the workout to perfecting the pass-throwing and pass-receiving of his backs and ends. The Cyclones meet Kansas at Lawrence Saturday in their first Big Seven game this year. Bowling CITV BOWLING LEAGUE STANDINGS carry through to a 25th straight victory , . that scare the Big 10 champions received before downing Michigan State 7-3 will help sharpen them for a Stanford kill. Minnesota 40, Nebraska 0—It ppears now that the Gophers are going to be hard to stop from drawing a bead on the Big 10 title and Rose Bowl trip . . . Billy Bye's capers and Dick Lawrence's passing behind-a stupendous line give Minnesota a terrific blend of power . . . after brushing off Washington 48-20, this should be another r'omp. Northwestern 28, Pittsburgh 13 —Art Murakowski, who averaged 7 yards per carry against Purdue, will have a good chance to boost it against Pitt, a rapidly improving outfit made up entirely of seniors and juniors . . . but the Panthers will make it interesting. Notre Dame 35, Washington G— Another chance-for the Irish reserves to see some action . . . Notre Dame's stockpile is unmatched and this one should be another wear-'em-down, c a r r y 'em-out frolic. Michigan State 35, Marqucttc 0 —The Hilltoppers, reeling from that pastifig by Wisconsin, will get another hefty sock. KIC.M _____ ........................ n Co-Mo. Photo ..................... R Dlck's'Bowliiif Center ............ 7 Northwestern Cement Nichols Farm Equipment <; U. P. W. A fi Hub Cl&thicrs •= Johnston's Flowers fl Kozy Hornet . fi Miller's High Life 5 Tip-Top ..• 5 Groii Spray faint 4 Lilllc Chef 4 Barla Transfer .1 Credit Bureau :t Rcab O-X, Mscily J! F. W. Decker Brothers 2 Parklt Markit n Senrs Roebuck n CITY BOWLING LEAGUE SCORES Won 1st 2nd 3rd H.C. Tot. N. W. Cement. » 742 7'i4 9(W SIS 21(84 Parkit Mnrkit . 0 G5G 787 G(>9 :!00 '.MO:! F. Pirkl 217, 523. Barla Transf.. 2 7811 Tip-Tap . 1 73!5 Babe Eauclaire 202, 58 138 812 42fi 270!) 823 H2C 261 26J5 Ko/y Korncr 71!) M 857 '15(1 ii77fi Decker Bros. . 0 fifrt 7:1(1 7W> -105 2.">73 W. Duncan 200; F. Duncan 517. Scars Roebuck 0 (171 (ifl» 733 432 ,2510 U. P. IV. A. . . 3 792 SOI 7f>.-> 450 2B01 Leo Esplnosa 232, ii57. Nichols Farm . 3 770 R78 73.5 378 27fi1 V. F. Vf 0 7C9 713 712 381 2518 S. Hartwcll 201; R. Wodehouse 488. R'.ab D-X 1 787 841 839 414 Johnstons FI. . 3 870 80C 842 297 B. French 223, (i03. Miller's Hlffh L. I 8-12 8111 737 414 Little Chef ... 2 775 882 835 279 L. DcSomcry 221, 5!)9. Credit Bureau. I 782 8011 817 3.13 Dick's Bowling '5 935 82fi 823 33!) R. Hughes 243; L. Ilalligan f.RO. 28SI 2005 2824 2771 2823 292S Hub Clothiers. 1 744 7<lfi 8,1(i S2I 2fiB7 80S 825 778 438 2841, League Leaders Co-JIo Photo . 2 Effgert 214, 523. Grnh So. Paint O 733 718 758 306 2-1R5 KICSI 3 fllli SSii «:;• -™,i 2335 P. Patrick 214; B. Torpin 5fi.T. Williams, Boston . Krll, Detroit .... Mitchell. Clevel'd. nillingcr, St. L. Pesky, Boston . AMERICAN* LEAGUE G. AB R. 131 511 113 (!18 134 r,::il 144 588 JIS (17 108 H. Pel. 1113 .318 171, .342 Ifl.t .31 fi 1H7 185 NATIONAL LEAGUE G. AB R. Robinson, Br'klyn I.Vi 581 122 Slaughter, St. L. Musial, St. Lnnis 117 5I!I 153 593 Fiirlllo. Brooklyn. 13!) 53(1 ni 124 fit sin Minor League Scores INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Montreal""*; Buffalo 3. (Montreal wins series 4-1 >. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Milwaukee (>; Indianapolis J (Indianapolis leads 3-1). i TEXAS LEAGUE Tulsa 4; Fnrt Worth 1, H Innings (Tulsa wins series 4-3). SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE Mucon (I; Greenville 5, 11 innings (Macon leads 3-1). TOO TAME Lcwiston, Idaho, (/P) — Gene In 1914-15, while serving as vice-president oi the National Bank of Commerce in Tulsa, the late Sum McBirney coached the Tulsa U. team to 12 wins, 3 losses and a lie. Rambo makes his living aboard the rearing backs of horses and steers. He's one of the top professional cowboys in the country. At Ellensburg, Wash., recently he "tried that game called golf" and suffered a wrenched knee. "Swung loo hard, I guess," he remarked Rambo and a friend played just D holes "Everybody came up and passed us," he said. "We just quit and laid down and rested. We was plumb tuckered mil." Thomsnn, N. V. . , ir>:< (i2fl HOMKRl'NS Kliicr. Pirates .-,:! Williams, Rcrt Sox .|;| Stephens, Rod Sox Musial, Cards :(| Saner, Cubs RUNS BATTED IN Williams, Red Sox \r,!> Stephens, Red Sox iSfi Wcrlz, Timers 133 Klnrr. Pirates '. 125 Robinson, Dodgers 121 Soorts Calendar FRIDAY—Emmetsburg J. 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