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Mason City, Iowa
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY I B 1936 THIRTEEN STATE CHAMPION DODGERS HERE FRIDAY I COWBOY GRAPPLE (TEAM ALSO HERE SIN FULL EVENING Basketball Game Ahead of Wrestling Events at High School Floor. MA.SO.V rrn SVjTHKRLAM) Herhcner ..... Struj-k I ' K O h A B i . K UNK^I'.' . . . C(tllch. !·' F f C, C. TUIK 'clock. Friday mcht. I'l.ACK i CHy Hlch School. I'OKT I H I f l O K M-KI.NvrllY Tllllil Gllltepli- Olsnn IVrlilns . . . . . rrtmch JIASON CITV 1IARKER .. JlnfflnKtiHt O. Thompson Callce.hln . . . Hcncnmn , , . J. Thompson Kmnclliiic . . AUtr. .MATCHES: CLARION Conch ............ Ill'EA R.l ................ Holl I W . . . . 1 ( 1 . 1 McL'llllough . . 1 1 3 MrClellancl ..12.1 Armonr ..1.1,1 Mnrford ..14,1... Brown ..1B.1 Campbell Jame* Ili.1 Arnold Hprt M v y . . . Evnnx TIME 8:30 o'elM-k, Krlrtny nluM, PI.ACK .Mn*M C'lly Hlth iirlionl. " The Mason City athletes who keep the home fires burning on Friday night will have to be at thc;r best, because their schedule-makers have picked the toughest sort of outfits to feature in a lengthy program, scheduled to get under way at 7:15 o'clock with a state championship squad as the main attraction. T Fort Dodge junior college, winner of the state title last season, and f -victor over Mason City's Trojans in L the semifinal round of the meeting, 1 will be here to test the steel of ' \\ fcoach Clayton "Chick" Sutherland's * ^jaysees in what should be a rip' 8 '.roaring basketball battle. « Clarion to Wrestle. - Clarion high school, with ,\ lineup bristling with young experts who . v are being boomed as coming state 1 1 champions, will bring its wrestling :, A squad here for the second half of i; \ the program. The wrestling match will get under way just after the court contest. Fort Dodge's Big Blue learn, undefeated in 16 games against junior colleges last season, and loser in only one contest, that to Drake's re- I serves, has set up a record this sea- ifspn that looks hard to beat. The iDodgers have lost one game, that to:Lenox of Hopkinton. It was the arigf ~ contest of the season for ;'Dodgd,"and since that time, the squad has taken everything In its stride through four games. Wiii Four Games. The Trojans have won four contests and dropped two others, while the jaysee reserves have lost in still 'another battle. , : t Apparently the spectators will see i* { a high-scoring battle, since both teams have rolled up big counts in their contests so far. Fort Dodge \lost to Lenox by 33 to 25, and then ..'turned on the power to win from hi/ Northwestern of Orange City, 30 to 28 in an overtime session, 37 to 23 over Creston, 41 to 23 over Grand View of Des Moines and 34 to 29 from Boone. The Dodger squad has lost three of the veterans who carried it through last season, with Don Gawtry and Charles "Chuck" Heileman, all-state center and guard, and Frank Muterspaw, high-scoring forward, missing from the lineup for Friday night. Four other veterans ·will be included in the starting Hne- iip, however. Four Are Veterans. Rex Perkins, all-state guard. Babe Crouch and Bill Todd, who can play guard or forward, and Ed Law, who is a center or forward, are the experienced Dodgers. Clarion high school's grapplers are fresh from a victory, coming from New Hampton, where they overthrew the home squad by 32 to 6. The Cowboys rode the Chickasaws for eight victories to win the meet, winning everything but the top weights, the 165 and heavy classes. Boomed as coming champions are Bell, 85 pounder, another of the wrestling Morfords, who follows in the footsteps of his famed older brothers by wrestling in the 135 ,,j pound division, and Brown, 145 | pounder. , The top ma'cn of the evening -. | should be the meeting between tm- {'j? beaten Tom Rumeliote. the hammer'.,; and-tongs Mohawk wrestler who I if (ConHnurd on Market 1'aec) PERKINS LEADS F. D. FT I'K !! 13 Armory, Tonight 8:30 P. M. 32 -- ROUNDS -- 32 Ringside . . . 75c Gen. Admission. 40c TAX INCLUDED High School's Cagcrs Trek to Fort Dodge Home Squad Loses 2 Veterans, Sti-ing of Six Games, MASON CITV TOUT nnnciK GR1MS1-EV Coach HASTIAN Fletcher F Ilansoa Stoccker C. G. Klrh Wood . . . . C Bnimipnknnt IICM ( c l C. TIME 8 o'clock, Friday. I'l.ACF. Fort IO()KC Hlsli School. BIG FOUR STANDINGS «'. 1- MASO.V '1TV 2 It Hatrrloti Knst. t 1 Waterloo \Vt'*t 1 1. Fort DodBe (I 1 H i r e n rn. i.finri .Mm .5011 .000 SCOUES I.AST WEEK Waterloo \VeBt 21: Fort Dodge g. GAMES THIS WEEK MASON CITV at. rnrl Ilodcc. IVnterloo at N'a'erliM) U'ear. FORT DODGE, Jan. 16.--Fort Dodge high school, given only one chance in a hundred to stop the Mason City state champions here tomorrow night, found its chances lowered to one in a thousand when two starters failed to report for practice Wednesday, due to illness. Already the team is minus the services of Bobby Wasem, its only star, absent on a trip to the coast with his parents. Wasem will not return until Jan. 20. Wednesday night, Dick Covey and Chuck Mattice did not show up for practice and a checkup revealed their absence from school during the day due to illness. The hapless Dodgers have lost two games in the Big Four conference as well as their four other starts, showing a fairly good defensive team but one sadly lacking in scoring ability. The teams inflicting defeats on the weak Dodgers to date have been Eldora, 24 to 20; North Des Moines, 14 to 3; East Sioux City, 35 to 15; Waterloo East, 25 to 12; Boone, 24 to 21, and Waterloo West, 21 to 8. With Covey, Mattice and Wasem gone, Coach Bastian w'ill probably start Benson and Hanson at forwards, George Rich at center and Brunncnkant and Wircn at guards. DODGER SCORING r. FG FT rv IT Matllce fi Hail 0. Itich . -lours . . . . »rn.«vn . . Gordon . . Hrmnn . . \V. Rich . McLaury Crystal Lake Girls Win and Lose m Two Scraps CRYSTAL LAKE, Jan. 16.--The Crystal Lake high school girls' has ketball team split a doubleheader with Rake on the local floor. The Laker's first team won by a score of 25 to 17 and the Rake reserves scored a 21 to 6 win. Martin and Mikkleson shared honors for the locals with 11 and 10 points respectively. Sabin was the outstanding- performer for the visiting team. -Out of the Pressbox- A QUESTION ABOUT JOE DI MAGGIO--AND OTHERS Can Joe Take It? It won't be Jong before all kinds of baseball recruits will cavort in southern training pastures . . . but there is one who will get more attention than any other . . . a rangy, tall Italian boy from a San Francisco fisherman's cottage, with a swing like Joe Jackson's and an arm that throws strikes from the outfield a la Harry Hooper. At least that's what they say of him . . . of Guiseppe (Joe) 'Di Maggio . . . who comes to the majors at the age of 21 with plenty of baseball history already behind him . . . if only what they say of him is true! . . . If Joe only lives up to his three- year ballyhoo! Joe popped into the baseball picture in 1933 when Jimmy Caveney tried him out with the Seals . . . he hit safely in 81 consecutive games . . .piled up a season's mark of .340 . . . the 18-year-old boy from a North Beach fisherman's shanty was a streak in the outfield . . . did things instinctively . . . didn't have to be told. When the Yankees bought him the ballyhoo was on ... New York baseball writers have found the deeds of Di Maggio good copy for two years . . . he has been written from almost every angle . . . and when spring training begins the fires DI MAGGIO PHELAN of journalistic inspiration will flaro again. Despite all the stories about him, self that Joe must have read, ho managed to hit .398 last year, finishing second to Oscar Eckhardt, who led the Pacific Coast league . . . had 35 assists from the outfield . . . and scored 173 runs. How will Joe react to the tremendous pressure of the printed word? . . . And the fans, who will be expecting to see a Cobb, Jackson and Ruth, rolled into one--how will they take to the dark stranger they have been reading so much about? * # * Piffle About People Bill Terry's perennial cigar has disappeared . . . he's hitting the pipe now . . . Colonel Fitzpatrick of Madison Square Garden has decided to discard weekly boxing shows which throws General Phelan of the boxing commission out of work . . .reason: The mental cruelties of the comish . . . Freddie Lindstrom, recently cast 'adrift by the Cubs, has been the actor in a baseball drama that foi him at least was tragic . . . once he was definitely slated to become manager of the Giants upon Me- Graw's retirement . . . Bill Terry, who did become manager, had been his roommate and friend . . . when Terry was named to the job, he- sent the disappointed Lindy to other pastures. PERRY HNDSTROM Chances are better for the United states to win the Davis Cup this year, because of Fred Perry's probable inality to play . . . Perry, injured by a strain in Australia several years ago, has been told he is through with competitive tennis . . . resting in England, Perry hopes to reverse the ruling, but has to he careful . . . the full nickname of Nibs Price. California basketball coach, is "His Nibs" . . . Ned Irish, newspaperman who turned promoter of basketball on a big time basis in Madison Square Garden, realizes about $12.000 a season after rentals and expenses are paid. . . . Larry AlacPhail, business manager of the Cincinnati Reds, suffered severe popping of the eyes the other day when he read that British soccer drew 20.000.000 customers last year . . . this corner i9 willing to place its usual five-cent mind bet on the Tulsa Oilers to beat New York U. at basketball. Col. Matt Winn, big- man of the Downs, say this year's Derby will be a wide-open race . . . Charley Retzlaff Listens to Well-Worn Advice NO ONE'S TAKEN IT TO HEART YET Only Chance Lies in Making Fight of Battle, Say Dakotan's Friends. By WILLIAM WEEKES Associated Press Sports Writer. CHICAGO, Jan. 16. (/T)--Joe Louis sat around today waiting for the call to action, while his foe of tomorrow night in the Chicago stadium, Charley Retzlaff, sat and listened to a familiar refrain. It goes something like this "The first guy who goes right our there and slugs with Louis will beat him." Whether there is anything to the advice remains to be determined. The refrain was sung to Primo Carnera. King Levinsky, Max Baer and Paulino XJzcudun. And Look at Them. They either forgot all about it upon taking a. look at the Brown Bomber'9 dead pan or didn't take much stock, for none rushed out to slug. What happened to the quartet, and a number of others, la well known. Retzlaff's advisers sought to convince the North Dakota farmer thai' his only chance with Louis lay in making a fight of it. He, like Louis, was finished today with the physical part of training for the 15 round engagement, but the campaign to get Retzlaff steamed up anri keep him that way was to last until fight time. Protivin Catholics Win With Cresco Court Club PROTIVIN. Jan. 16.--Rudolph, inum of Protivin defeated Assumption high school of Cresco here in two basketball games, beating the Cresco girls 17 25 to 16. to 3 and the boys Same Old Stuff. Both fighters had made the customary pre-battle statements. "I am ready for Retzlaff," Louis said. "I will be in there to give my best. The quicker I score 3. knockout the better I'll like it. What's the use of foolin'? I want to get it over as fast as I can." "They can pick Louis to win," the North Dakotan said, "but I'll show them that he can be hit and hurt. Down in my heart I know I have what can beat him--a right to the jaw." AROUND the COURTS The double pivot used by Kentucky is diagramed. No. 4 passes to No. 3, then cuts across aiid Screens Xo. S's guard. Xo. 3 dribbles to center of floor, passes to No. 2, and cuts around No. 2. No. 2 either fakes (o No. 3 and shoots or feeds No. 3, who shoots. No. 3 also can work with other pivot man, No. 1, by passing to No. 1, then cutting around outside him. No. 1 either fakes to No. 3 (and turns and snoots) or passes to No. 4, who shoots. * * * * t * By GEORGE KEOGAN Notre Dame Basketball Coach Copyright, 1936, by Central Tress THE UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY, coached by Adolph Rupp, has had remarkable success the last few years. The team usually with the Southeastern conference championship each year, and won it last year. Last season with the giant Edwards at center they used the pivotal type of play. This season Lewis, a tall center, and Carlisle, a forward, work a double pivot on each side of the foul line. This type of play seems very effective, as Kentucky has won all of its games except that against N. Y. U Kentucky, no doubt ship for the fourth straight time. this year will win the conference champion- IN THE RING By THK ASSOCIATED TRESS KtV VORK--Leo Itmlnit. 13ft, ChlciiRft, fi(«ip[trd A l l l o Tedcscft. 127, Jprney City, '·!), O A K L A N D . CM.--Jnhnny Pcnii. 12S. »\v York, outpointed ?*BA frathmvrJchl ch;im- prnii f'rrdrUc Miller, 128, Cincinnati, ( ( H ) . ( N o n - t i t l e . ) HOCKEY By THE ASSOa.VTKl) PRESS ( " A N A D I A N - A . M K R I C A N Philadelphia 4: 'MV Hnvi-n 2. AMERICA X ASSOCIATION SI. Pnul a; Tiilsn 1. HAMILTON COURT TEAM IS WINNER Girls Take Share in League Lead With Victory Over Industrial Cagers. Y. W. r. A. LEAGUE STANDINGS. W. J. v. \v. r. A. Industrials . . J'r.t J.noo 1 .oiui .5011 .ono .flno .000 \ V K D N K S H A V SCORE Hamilton's 4 7 ; Inihislrlnls 18. THt'IiSDAV G A M E T. .V. T. vs. 1'. IV. C. A. Hamilton's School of Commerce continued its victory march Wednesday night in the Y. W. C. A. basketball league, earning a share in the top position of the circuit by a victory over the Industrials. The Hamilton cagers won 47 to 18 as Liz Perry and Marie Andetson accounted for 22 points to lead the scoring. Mateeal Aderhold was the best forward for the Industrials with a total of 10 points. 60 Splashers Enter Meet for Midwest A. A. U. Title IOWA CITY, Jan. 16. I.Tt--More than 60 Iowa and Nebraska swimmers today had entered the Midwest A. A. U. championship meet which will be held at the University of Iowa pool Friday and Saturday. With the first three place winners in all events qualifying for final Olympic trials, entries in the sectional affair are the heaviest in recent years. Organizations represented include the University of Iowa, team champion, Iowa State college, Omaha Tech and Fort Dodge high schools; and Y. M. C. A.'s at Clinton, Davenport, Cedar Rapids, Lincoln, Nebr., and Beatrice, Nebr. Suter Honored Guest at Drake Dance for Friday DES MOINES, Jan. 16.-- William "Bud" Suter of Mason City, a sophomore in the college of liberal arts at Drake university in Des Moines, is a new member of the honorary "D" club, sportsmen's organization, and will be an honored guest at a dance Friday. Jan. 17. The dance will be immediately following the Drake-Grinnoll basketball game in the "D" clubrooms. BASEBALL MARTS WHOOP TO PEAKS Jake Ruppert Refuses to Pay Half Million Dollars for Charles "Bud" Myer. By ALAN GOULD Associated Press Sports Editor. NEW YORK, Jan. 16. (A 3 )--There may be additional bartering in major league baseball "ivory" before the boys start ganging up in Florida for the coming season but it's a bull market from no won, with no bargains in sight. The tipoff today is thnt Colonel Jacob Ruppert, perhaps the wealthiest owner in the major leagues, has thrown up his hands and refused to pay the prices asked ror some outstanding players he would like to add to the New York Yankee 1936 lineup. Ruppert Spends Freely. Ruppert, whose fortune towers above that of Tom Yawkey, Boston Red Sox owner a.nd baseball's most conspicuous spendthrift, has paid millions for the players who helped produce seven pennant-winning clubs in a. dozen seasons. The deal for Babe Ruth in 1919 alone involved close to ?500,000, including a mortgage on Red Sox property. "It isn't that we are not willing to pay high for what we want," explained the colonel, "but the other fellows seem to think that I've got a lot of extra money to burn since prohibition ended. Why, I'd go broke if I paid some of the prices they have asked for ball players." Half-Million Dollars? It was assumed the Yankee colonel referred to the S500.000 asked for Buddy Myer, American league batting champion and infield star, by Owner Clark Griffith of the Washington club. Ruppert reputedly declined to pay a proportionately heavy price for Frank (Pinky) Higgins, star third sacker of the Athletics. Higgins--also Wally Moses, sensational young outfielder of the A's--yet may wind up with the Yankees but only if Connie Mack compromises on the prices or the colonel goes the limit. Yanks Were Boycotted. The Yankees virtually were boycotted in the big league player markets after capturing six pennants in eight years under Miller Huggins. But now other American league club owners, fearing the effects of a turnstile slump in the Yankee stadium, trade willingly. The passing of Babe Ruth, whether or not the magnates like to admit it, has been keenly felt, Detroit's rise and Boston's revival notwithstanding. Meanwhile, with no one to take the Babe's place, the Yankees must struggle along with what they've got or else dig deeply into ths Ruppert bankroll. Tilden Is 42, But Keeps That Old Court Aptness CHICAGO. Jan. 16. l.P)--- Big Bill Tilden may be 42 but Berkeley Boil and at least 4,000 Chicagoans knew today the old master's touch was stil there. Bell, new member of Tilden's Darnstorming pro tennis troupe, won :he first set of their match at 6-3 last night at the stockyards amphitheater and took a 4-0 lead in the iecond, oniy to have Big Bill win Jie next six games and the set, 6-4, then breeze through the match set, 6-3. NEW BOAliD MAN. IOWA CITY. Jan. 16. i.-Tl--Prcs. Eugene A. Gilmore of the IJniversi- of Iowa announced t h a t Dr. Wayne Foster of Cedar Rapids has aeon appointed to the university board in control of athletics. Fifth Annual Chickasaw Meet Sees No 'A' First Teams Entering Tussles NEW HAMPTON. Jan. 16.--The fifth annual Chickasaw county basketball tournament, to be held here Jan. 30-Fcb. 1. will be entirely a class B affair, with neither Nashua nor New Hampton, members of the Northeast Iowa conference, entering first string outfits. Both class A towns will enter reserve teams, however. The tournament will include three night sessions instead of an evening*, afternoon and evening- schedule on two days. The pairings place Ionia vs. Nashua. Fredericks vs. Lawler. Alta Vista vs. bye, and New Hampton vs. bye. Winter Race Prospect Is Bright at Florida Track MIAMI, Fla.. Jan. 16. (.TV-Hialeah park .penel today for a 46 'Jay horse racing season with bright prospects for a. prosperous mee(. Interest centered in the Florida derby, one of n i n e - i m p o r t a n t stak-s scheduled to follow the ?3,000 inaugural handicap. CAGE SCORES By THE ASSOCIATE!! PRESS Osreola .liiolor Collfnc ;n; chtrlnda Junior Kansas 2*1: Missouri 2.1. Maryland 32; Niu'y 2(1. lllikc 3 1 : Army 2!. Kentucky S t a l e 4 H : I'cnn 2t. ChU-aco 2!l: Loyola (Chicago) 22. Sodthi-rn .Methodist :t3; Texas rtl. St. Thomnn (St. I'nnh 25: St. Johns (Col- Keu- York c. .1.1; \orth Carolina :t:t. M l l l l k l n 2'!; I l l i n o i s Wcslryan 42. Central Oklahoma Teachers 5(1: UklalumHL City 20. Klce :t.1: Arkansas 2!l. Bradley 22: c n r t l i i l K e 111. CATHOLIC CAGERS IN TP CONTESTS Swaledale, Dougherty Preps Send Teams Here For Friday Games. 1'ROttAtn.E UNKV1-S JOHAWKS SWAI.EI1ALE GROSS Coach B A C O N I.. IVferHOn F I'olsdorfi lltiblmnl r Trv" C»nelJ;i G Dnir.y T. Fctersoo f: Canvln TIME 7::tl) o'clock. Friday n l K h t . I'LACK Sf. Joseph's HlRh School. Mason City Catholic high schools will stay at home Friday night and play a pair of basketball games, with Holy Family scheduled to entertain St. Patrick's of Dougherty while St. Joseph's meets Swaledale hero. First and secnd teams from each school will compete, with the Holy Family contests scheduled for 7:15, while the Johawks get tinder wa.y at 7:30 o'clock. Comparative scores tell nothing about the coming games--the Jo- hawks lost to Swaledale in a game played there early this season, while Hoiy Family has won twice from the southern neighbor town. On the other hand. St. Joseph's beat a shaken Holy Family team in the first of three local meetings between the schools. Lineup changes have tossed all three squads into different combinations during their contests this season. St. Patrick's, coached by Matt Kelsh, has appeared only on the football field in Mason City. 'llX Corn Country Butter Has Rough Contest, Wins With Plymouth Cage Club Corn Country Butter of Mason City beat Plymouth in a rough basketball contest played there. 48 to 26. Dunton led the home team from his center position, while Keith DeLacy played a good game at guard for the Mason Cityans. THE BOXSCORE CORN' COUNTRY--IS HA JIOLXH--2B IK ft f fE ft t R. Johnson f 5 J 2 Helm f I (1 1 Grolli r 7 1 2 G.Borehnrdt r I : 1 W. Johnson r fi 2 2 IJnnfon c. fi t 2 llpl-acy K It 0 1 H . l i n r c h a r d t E 1 II ^ I.CP z 2 1 1 Yerek R 1 2 n TOTALS 20 8 fi TOTALS 1(1 R 1 At h a l t : Corn country 27: Plymouth 12. IOWA CAGE TEAM ON NEW JOURNEY Two of Toughest Contests to Face Hawkeyes on Week-End Jaunt. IOWA CITY, Jan. 16. (.PI-- Coach Rollie Williams and his li man University of Iowa basketball squad start on their second road trip of the week tonight with two of the season's hardest games in prospect at the end of their journey. The Hawkeyes encounter Ohio State at Columbus Saturday in a return game which will find the Buckeyes eager for revenge for a two point defeat they received here Jan. 11. Monday the lowans appear against Michigan at Ann Arbor. Take Easier Workout. The Iowa mentor has been forccc to sacrifice part of the usual prepar- (CnntlimtH on Mtirhft TAR HEELS PLAY NO MORE SCRAPS AFTER SCHEDULE kelson of Fort Dodge May Make $40,000 in Long Swim. By EDDIT ItKIKTZ. Associated J'ress Sports Writer. NEW YORK. Jan. IB. .T--Well, yuvi}-. there will ho no Rose Bowl itters at the University of North Carolina, next fall . . . Post-season cs for the Tar Hrcla are out . . Helen Hicks is getting ready to run ft a golf tournament at Punta Gorla, Fla., l a l e t h i s month . . . Fro'I- lie Slrele and Champion Babe Ris- O will sign any day now for an ver-the-weight bout at Seattle. * * * Add winning streaks: The Orleans, Vt.. high school cagcrs. rang 1 up 30 n a row . . . Marvin Nelson, Fort 5odgc. Iowa, who made morey than ',40,000 out of his victories in tho 'oronto and Chicago rnarathon swims, will net that much more iC he succeeds in his proposed rountt rip. non-stop English channel sw'm next summer . . . Nelson won tha Toronto swim throe times and tha !hicago marathon twice . . . The ski market, at Windsor, Vt... turned bullish when. Katharine Hepburn vent up last week for a bit of sport. N. Car. State college is thinking of installing an athletic director with J. L. Von Glahan, Spartanburg, S. Car., contractor slated for :he job . . . Rumor has it that Bill Bevan of the Minnesota football Bcvans of 1934 will become head football coach at Iowa State Teachers' college . . . That Florida sunshine is bringing Joe Humphreys along: fine . . . Francis Wallace, the sports fiction writer, is heading for Miami, this week . . . Larry Mullins, fullback on the last team Knuts Rockne coached at Notre Dame, is making a. name for himself as football coach at St. Benedict's college at Atchison, Kansas . . . In four years his teams have won 28 games and lost only five . . . St. Benedict's goes for athletics in a big way . . . The school has 300 students and 200 of them are active in some sort of sport. * * # Pat Mulligan, former Connecticut State track captain, who hung up records there that still stand, sat- (Contlnaed on Marlwr PKf.J Fred Lindstrom to Play With Brooklyn Club for Comirig League Contests NF.W YORK, .Inn. 16. i.P--The news that Freddy 1/indsi.rom. recently cut adrift by the Chicago Cubs, will play with the Dodgers next season today cast a nexv light upon Brooklyn's 1H36 prospects. Lindstrom announced at Miami last night that lie had accepted the Brooklyn offer of "within a few dollars" of his Cubs' salary, and would report at the training- camp Marcn The acquisition of Lindstrom may mean that Jersey Joe Stripp, the useful veteran who has been holding down third base for the Dodgers, is on his way out. WRESTLING By THK A S S O r i A T f . n I'HKSS TK.IiRK, 1 1 A 1 T K , loci.-- Kcl "Slrnnslrr" I^ulB, -J47. ;lcmlnli. ( i l l . , threw Krnlc Zcllcr, 231, Icrrc Hnnlc, 3l«:51. 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