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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. JArYUARY 21 1936 NINE NORTH IOWA SCHOOLS RUSH INTO TOURNEY 18 TEAMS LISTED AS ANNUAL TEST DATES ARE NEAR Others Expected to Enter in Class B Meeting Before Tuesday Deadline. North Iowa Class B high schools, with the last day for their entries on hand, were scurrying to get into the fight for the annual basketball title awarded at Mason City in the practice tournament held here during the last half dozen seasons. Monday night, with one day left to complete the entry list, 18 teams had already signed up for the tournament, which will be run Jan. 30- Feb. 1 on the Mohawk court. Last year saw IS teams as the final number of entries in the meet, in- eluding a Mason City freshman oufit. There will be no Mason City team in the competition this year. TiUeholders Xot Listed. The title race will apparently be wide open, for New Hartford, the champion of 1935. had not registered Monday evening. A favorite in the early entries, however, will be Fertile, which will put another easy-working squad on the court. Fertile was runnerup to the champion squad last season, as well as the sectional "B" titlcholder. Fertile has lost one game this season, to Mason City. Plymouth, defeated only by Rockford in an overtime period this year, and a semifinalist in last year's event, will appear here again. The Green and White team has entered every one of the annual tournaments. Other "old timers" who have nearly always been represented include Hanlontown, a semifinalist last year; Kanawha, which reached the quarterfinals: Rock Falls, which lost on a last-second goal to Hanlontown, in the third round. Xenr-Champimis Back. Carpenter, loser to Hanlontown in the" second round by 22 to 20, will appear again: Kensett, which was dropped off by Plymouth in the opening" game, will bring a much improved team; Goodcll. a quarterfinalist, and runnernp in the district tournament held here last year, is listed; Grafton, sectional champion of 1934 and quarterfinalist last season in the practice meet, will be here. Other old entrants are Rudd. _ which lost tr. Plymouth. 24 to 23 in"~fiie second round; Little Cedar, Chapin, which did not appear last season, Otranto and Swaledale. Four entries which have not appeared before, or have not played in recent years, are Renwick, Thompson. Buffalo Consolidated of Titonka and Woden. BE AZETTE Hoosiers Get Kick Out of Winning Games Hard Way New Assignment Al Stoeeker, Mason City sophomore wrestler at Iowa State college, will get a new assignment in the next Cyclone match, Feb. 7 against Iowa State Teachers, dropping from the heavyweight class to the 175 pound division. John Catron, South Dakota heavyweight veteran, is expected to join the Cyclones in February. INDIANA HOOPERS STALL OUT GAME TO TOP BADGERS Michigan Hands Iowa Defeat, Moves Up in Standings to Third Place. \V. I,. I iljina 3 II J.I r( ]l lt . :i 0 I . I Ohio stittr . , :l 2 . Northwestern 2 2 .! Wisconsin 2 :t . i Illlmils. 2 3 . -I Mlnnritfila .'......'....· 1 4 .« ca B ,, o -1 -I 132 121 1111 14 (I I:IK l.'l.'l 13S 1211 1:12 120 Beaver Reserves Win in Overtime Goldfield Tilt GOLDFIELD. Jan. 21.--The Goldfield Independents lost to the Buena Vista college reserves on the local floor by the score of 23 to 22 in a thrilling overtime game. FANS KAISE FUND CHICAGO, Jan. 21. (.1?)--Basketball fans over the country will have an opportunity during the week of Feb. 7-15, to contribute to a fund being raised to send Dr. James A. Naismith of the University of Kansas, inventor of the game, to the Olympic games at Berlin next August. CARDS TO START WITH LESS VETS Only Reserves Ready to Go Are Pitchers; Younger Players May Open. ST. LOUIS, Jan. 2. (.T)--Unless they gaze upon the mound, fans this summer may look "round and round" without seeing a veteran St. Louis Cardinal substitute. Except for pitchers, the Cards have no veteran reserves for 1936 at any position. "And youngsters possibly may be in two, or even three, front line spots when the season opens. This is the first time such a condition has existed on the Cardinal team since it stepped into baseball's front ranks a decade ago. It may set a precedent for any major league club. Leaving out pitchers, here are the veterans: Collins, first base; Frisch, second; Durocher, shortstop; Gelbert, third; Medwick, left field; Moore, center; Pepper Martin, right; Davis, catch- ed. Catcher Bill De Lancey, now. in the hospital, is not considered because of his illness. Pitchers are Dizzy and Paul Dean, Haines, Hallahan, Walker, Heusser and Parmalee. DTJHAWKS BEAT MINES DUBUQUE. Jan. 21. m--Fight- ing off a late game rally, the Columbia college basketball team defeated the Platteville, (Wis.) State Teachers 30 to 28 here last night. The Duhawks were ahead 28 to 22 with three minutes left to play. IN THE RING PARIS. France--Marcel Thil, 15S, VrancP. world mlilillft ivciKht champion, defeated Lou Broullliird. IM, Worcester, Mass.. foul ( 4 ) . Retained title. that Birthday or Anniversary! There's no more welcome gift than a box of the famous Whitman's Chocolates and Confections. A complete and fresh stock at all times. Cigar Stores IJJ THE HOTEL HANFOKD Mason City, Imvn Hamilton Cagers Win in Third Contest, Top "Y" League Without Defeats V. IV. r.. A. I.EAGCE SIAMINGS. Hnmllton'f; 3 (1 1.00(1 Hi-Trl ., 1 0 1.000 V. \V. (.;. .4 1 i .SOU Decker's 1 2 ,:«I3 T. S. T 0 2 .011(1 Industrials 0 2 ,000 MONDAV SCORE Hamilton's 4 1 : Deeker's 24. GA-1IE.S THIS WEEK Wednesday Industrials vs. V. M'. C. A. Thursday T. K. T. vs. Hi-Tri. Again led by Capt. Liz Perry, Hamilton's unbeaten cagers took their third game in the Y. W. C. A. basketball league on Monday night, turning back Decker's by 41 to 24. Hi-Tri, also undefeated in two contests, must beat T. N. T., last place occupant, in a Thursday night game to keep pace with Hamilton's. Panthers Worry Over New Contest on Foreign Floor FORT DODGE, Jan. 21.--Their two setbacks in four starts being suffered on foreign floors makes the Fort Dodge junior college cagers a bit dubious this week as they prepare to meet Webster City J. C. there Tuesday night and Emmetsburg J. C. there Friday night. Nevertheless, Coach J. A. McKinstry does not plan to alter his starting lineup which is limited to Todd and Gillispie at forwards, Olson or Law at center, and Crouch and Perkins at guards. SINTJS TROUBLE treated with Ultra - Short - Wave therapy. Creates high, artificial, friendly, controlled fever in diseased tissues. A pleasant and remarkably soothing and efficient treatment for sinus infection. Dr.R.W.Shultz,D.O. 218, !2U), 220 First -National Bank Bldg. Phone 843 By WILLIAM WEEKES Associated Press Sports Writer CHICAGO, Jan. 21. (.T--It must be that the Hoosiers of Indiana, bowling along out in front in the Big Ten basketball title race, get a kick out of winning games the hard way. The pace-setters accounted for their fifth straight conference triumph last night, a 26 to 24 decision over Wisconsin, and for the fourth consecutive game had to employ stalling tactics during the closing minutes. Hoosiers Slow Down. Indiana led by 15 to 9 at halftime. but slowed down late in the second half and the Badgers took a 23 to 22 lead. The Boosters regained the lead on four free throws, two of them by substitute guard Joe Platt. then hung on to the ball for two minutes to make the slender margin last out. In its five victories Indiana built up a total margin of only 16 points. Michigan was beaten by six points. Northwestern and Chicago held the leaders to three point decisions. Minnesota and Wisconsin fell by two point margins. Wolverines Climb. Michigan climbed into a tie with Ohio State for third place at three victories and two defeats, by conquering Iowa 31 to 27, in an overtime thriller at Ann Arbor. The Hawkeyes outscored Michigan in field goals 11 to 10, but the Wolverines capitalized on free throws to gain a 27-27 tie at the close of regulation time. George Rudncss and Chelso Tomagno fired in baskets for Michigan in the overtime. Iowa, which won its first two games, both at home, suffered its third straight defeat, all on foreign floors. Gophers Tonple Wildcats. Minnesota achieved one of the prize upsets of the season in defeating Northwestern. 30 to 29, in a hair raiser at Minneapolis. It was the Gopher's first victory in five Big Ten starts. George Roscoe, one of Minnesota's gridiron heroes, led the surprise attack with 13 points. The defeat was Northwest- era's second in four games. Battle to Basketball--17 Years to Write This Tale Former Local Bad Man Set in Main Event of Mix at Legion Tussle. After a prolonged vacation from Mason City, Texas rules 'rassling will return Thursday night as the first show of 1936 is held at the local armory. The event will also be the first promoted by the American Legion athletic committee. Only two familiar faces will appear ' Thursday night, since the Legion committee is bringing its talent from a new stable. Virge "Whitcy" Govro and Pat McGill are the performers who have seen action here before. Govro, former Mason City semipro athlete and fighter, will tangle with Otto Kuss of Fort Wayne. Ind.. a former Hoosier football player, in the main event, which li run 90 minutes, or two falls out of three. McGill. Omaha mat veteran and stable operator, 'rasslcs Ed Cook of Minneapolis in the scmiwindup. Jack League. San Antonio. Texas, is matched with Bill Hanson of Salt Lake City in the opening bout. Fort Dodge Tankers Go to Omaha Tech Contest FORT DODGE. Jan. 21.--After an even break with the Dos Moines schools, North and Roosevelt, the Fort Dodge high school swimming earn goes to Omaha Saturday to meet Oamha Tech. The Dodgers lost to North 43 to 32 and won from Roosevelt 41 to 33 in their first two meets. Probable entries will he Isaacson. Berry. Leighton and Kirstcn in the rela.ys. Hughes in the brcaststrokc. Leighton in the 40 yard free style, Allen and Berry in tile 200 yard free style, \irsten in the backstroke. Allen and Isaacson in the 100 yard free style and llcrris and Ncwsome in the diving. There's Story When 'Judge' Meets a Friend Again. By AL MITCHELL (0lobe-Gazette Sports Editor) IT WAS the morning of Nov. 3, 1918, just one week before the end of the World war. . . . American infantry occupied the smashed village of Barracourt, France, on the Meuse river just above the Argonne forest. On a hill opposite was a German machine gun nest, the object of attention for a unit of doughboys who were assigned the pleasant task of cleaning it out. * * * A GERMAN gas shell burst in the middle of the company as enemy field pieces tried to protect the position , . , the stricken infantrymen were hurried back to the Barracourt dressing station, one of the few houses left standing in the village, where Ambulance Company 359 of the Eighty-ninth infantry was stationed, under the command of Sgt. Floyd Bevis of Winfield, Kans. Jn the ambulance company was a young fellow who had dropped out of school at Southwestern college after his freshman year. He was J. A. Grimslcy . . . yes, the "Judge" of a decade later. It was to him that Sergeant Bevis said, "We oughta know this fellow," when a. gassed infantryman was brought into the dressing station. THE S U F F E R I N G doughboy shook off his stupor before he was sent back to the field and base hospitals, long enough to recognize both the ambulance sergeant and Grimslcy. He was Frank Root, basketball coach at Winfield high school in 1916-17, who had gone to a training camp soon after the United States entered the war. Root recognized all the fellows . more of them from his home town . . . as he revived from some of the effects of the gas, talked cheerfully with Mrs. Radford Warren, a Saturday Evening Post feature writer who had stationed herself with the company . . . after bawling her out rightly and profanely for offering three German prisoners a cup of hot chocolate. * * * BUT THAT isn't the end of the story. Jump more than 17 years to the night of Jan. 18, 1936. Kansas State college's basketball team trots out on the court of State gymnasium at Iowa State college. Sitting in the bleachers is J. A. "Judge" Grimsley, coach of the defending state champion high school team. He's talking to George Veenker, Iowa State college athletic director. A FELLOW in street clothes, Kansas State's coach, comes on the floor. There's something familiar about him. After the game, Director Veenker introduces him to Coach Grimsley. "For Lord's sake, you're not Grimsley of Southwestern!?" says Frank Root. "Do you remember Barracourt?" * * * THAT'S ALMOST the end of the story . . . except to bridge the 17 year gap between Barracourt and Ames. Frank Root has been head basketball coach at Kansas State, his old school, for two seasons. After he was hospitalized and sent home from France, he spent three years on a farm, trying to strengthen his lungs. After that he went to Kansas State to get a master's degree, and was offered an assistant coach's job. He held that until a change in the staff moved him up to the head position. Coach Grimsley knew that a Frank Root was "coach at Kansas State . . . but had never happened to see him or connect him before with the fellow who was sent back from a field dressing station 17 years ago. HOCKEY By THE ASSOCIATED I'RBXS C A X A I U A N - A M K K i r A N ' LKAGl'K SprlncflMtl 1: t'nivltlcrm: t). INTERNATIONAL Wind nor Si IMttstmrKh 1. HONORS SPREAD ALL OVER LOOP Kozy Korner Tops Five-Man Performance Monday in City Bowling Wheel. riTV I . K A G T K Sf'IIKDn.K Alloys 1_J stiidilnnl'ii vs. DiTliiT'H r l n n l . ;i--l fitcilM'-finrcttr vs. Northwestern rr- mrnl Compniiy. IS--6 Ilucli Itavry null son vs. Jlrr.krr's Ofttrr. 7--8 ('.tumor's Gulden Glow v«. (.Time tttnt- pnny. · Kozy Korner, winning three games from Coca Cola, was the- high team of Monday night's City league bowling, with 2,855, but other honors were tossed around the main circuit, with Gallagher's Pontiacs ranking first in single games at 1,014. William Strong had the high individual single, 235, and Fred E. Wall had. the best series, 587. International Motor T r u c k s , Standard Oil and Moose Legion each took a pair from their opponents, the Old Timers. Tyler-Ryan and Gallagher's Pontiacs. (Scores on Market Page) Jack Pabst Blue Ribbon Wins From Mitchell Stars on Deinson Club Cage Floor Pabst Blue Ribbon swamped the Mitchell All-Stars Monday night in an independent basketball game at the Dcnison club, getting away to a IT to 11 lead at the half as a lone opponent put up a one-man fight to keep his team in the running. B. Nyman scored all the visiting squad's points, but counted only a single basket in the last half. Cedric Connelly's 14 points led the Mason City team. TABST--39 Johnson f rnokman t IJnrlrnm I Davis [ Connelly c Jsnnrson c Tompklns R TOT,U,S THE BOXSCOKE 5tlTCIIEI,L--13 IS II I 4 1 1 Trnut f 0 0 0 Ahn-ns t 0 0 0 llrrhslrin r a II 0 I'. Njnian i 7 o I B. Nyman ! 1 0 1 Z 0 '0 J .1 TOT.-l l.S fc ft f 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 fi I 1 A t h a l f : Fn!)*t 17. M i t f h N t I I , Thompson High School Divides Pair of Games THOMPSON. Jan. 21.---Thompson high school split a pair of basketball fames here, the hoys loping 2fi to 17 and the girls winning 17 to 4. Cowen Leads Slate Scorers in Loop Scraps AMES, Jan. 21. UP)-- Jack Cowen, senior forward, leads the Iowa State individual scorers for three Big Six basketball games with 22 points. The Packwood veteran has poured in 9 fieldgoals and 4 free games against Kansas, Oklahoma and Kansas State. His best performance was six fielders and two free throws in the Cyclones' victory over Kansas State. THE LEADERS. O. IT, FT I'F TI (Won I ................ : 'I 4 'I 22 I'lmimliiK t ............. 3 I! 7 8 10 LLOYD WANER IS SICK AFTER COLD BECOMES SERIOUS Pirate Fielder Likely to Be Out of Danger Soon, Say Oklahoma Physicians. OKLAHOMA CITY. Jan. 21. (/P-Lloyd Waner. outfielder for the Pittsburgh Pirates, was seriously ill with pneumonia today, but his physician reported there was no immediate cause for alarm. The physician. Dr. Leonard G. Williams, described his condition as satisfactory, "considering the nature of the illness," and said the crisis was due today or tonight. Previously Waner's condition hftd been described as "critical." "We will know definitely today," said Dr. Williams who reported pneumonia had settled in the loft lung after the infection had been cleared up in the right lung. Mrs. Waner said her husband "had not been in very good health for some time," adding she believed he had contracted a cold while attending a hockey game here. Waner went into major league baseball in 1326. after playing in the Pacific coast league and Columbia in the Sally league. with Teachers, Mormngside Take .500 Notches in Race for Cage Crown. XOKTH CK.VTIIAI, STAMUNT, X o r t h , Dakota North Dakota Slulo. 1m: a Te«*«erti MnrnhiKsldc . . . South Dakota ...... Smith Dakota. .Slntu I.. I'd. n (I l.(KMI 4 0 1.000 2 2 .r»oo i :i .coo 1 4 .200 0 -I .000 Thomson c . Gibson u Unbeaten Dodgers to See Action With Champ Squad FORT DODGE, Jan. 21.--The undefeated Fort Dodge high school wrestlers will meet the barnstorming Hoosier state champions, Hammond, Ind., in a dual meet here Tuesday night and Clarion Friday night for a double workout this week. Coach Fred N. Cooper's proteges have defeated Valley Junction, Iowa Training school of Eldora and the Waterloo schools, East and West, to date. Macek, 85 pounds; Isaacson, 135 pounds; Gargano, 155 pounds, and Castagnoli, 165 pounds, are still undefeated. Regulars Return to Add Power to Dodger Cagers FORT DODGE, Jan. 21.--Still seeking their first victory after seven setbacks, Fort Dodge high school cagers play Webster City there Tuesday night. The team should be bolstered by the return of Wasem, regular center, and Covey, forward. Other starters will be Hanson, forward, and Wiren and Brunnenkant, guards. Bricelyn Wins Contest on Last-Second Throws KIESTER, Minn., Jan. 21.--A foul in the last 10 seconds gave Bricelyn high school a winning margin of 23 to 22 here in a basketball thriller. The home team led until the foul was called just before the final whistle. Eagle Grove Juniors in Loss to Goldfield Team GOLDFIELD, Jan. 21.--The Goldfield Independent basketball squad invaded the Eagle Grove court and defeated the junior college by the score of 44 to 34. The locals, displaying a fine defensive game, held the college team to 5 points the first half while collecting IS points. The second half of the two teams played on practically even terms. BEAVERS WI.V STORM LAKE, Jan. 21. (.T)--The Buena Vista basketball team piled up a large first half lead, and coasted through to a 44 to 36 victory over Trinity college of Sioux City here last night. The Beavers led 25 to 15 at the end of the half. ITTOUS WI.Y. CEDAR FALLS. Jan. 21. (.T) -Scoring two falls and three decisions, the Iowa S t a t e Teachers college wrestlers defeated the University of XehraPkn srapplers, 21'i to 9'.;, here last night. CEDAR FALLS, Jan, 21. OB-State Teachers and Morningside, Iowa members, are playing a 500 average in the North Central basketball race now dominated by North Dakota and North Dakota state. The Iowa schools are tied for third place, but are far behind the Dakota schools. North Dakota, conference champion, has won five straight games while the Aggies have copped four consecutive contests. State Teachers has split even in six circuit games and the Maroons have divided four contests. Morningside upset the Cedar Falls school 33to 30 last Friday to avenge an earlier defeat. The Panthers, however, came right back the next night to whip South Dakota, 27 to 28. Grain Belt Team Tops Northwood Keg Squads NORTH\VOOI I.EAGI.K. \V. 1.. I'rl. Ojiln Hell l.'l 2 .M7 A n c h n r Offici* 7 3 .fs:t tt"x smia firm n c .nun Revall Dmc fi I; ."ion Amcrlcnn LCRlon 7 K -4(7 Old Timers 4 S .TCI Cn-on Oil Co. 4 R .:I3:1 Aetna Ufe 4 8 .333 NORTHWOOD, Jan. 21.--Winning three games from the American Legion, the Grain Belt Bowling team advanced to a position of decided advantage in the local tournament series with 13 victori»- and 2 defeats. Trojan Coach Busy Keeping Wolves Quiet But Shaughnessy Is to Stay at Chicago Long Time. B,y EDDIE BIUETZ. Associated 1'ress Sports Writer. NEW YORK, Jan. 21. (.T)--Howard Jones is busy denying reports he will resign at Southern California . . . Also, midwest scribes who are having a fine old time shifting Clark Shaughnessy all around the country can forget about it . . . He's sitting' pretty at Chicago and likely will continue to do same for quite a while . . . When he turned down those Harvard overtures, Chicago not only kicked in with a nice raise, but gave him a full faculty professorship for life . . . Which means he'll collect from Chicago as long as he lives--and stays at Chi- Not many coaches in a cago better spot. When they presented Coach Elmer Layden with a silk topper at the Notre Dame testimonial dinner, Toastmaster Warren Brown cracked: "I believe this is the first time a Notre Dame man has worn a high hat and I hope and trust it will be the last." . . . Correction on Bernie Bierman . · . He was paid more than S8.000 at Minnesota last year and his writing and radio activities brought in another six or seven G's . . . They say boosts are due all along the line. Charlie Bachman says there will be a second edition ot the Boston massacre when his Michigan state team plays Boston college this year . . also he confirms predictions the Notre Dame system is slipping --into high. Depression seems to be over for the sports writing gentry . . . Prcs- cott Sullivan got a 51,200 bonus for shifting from one San Francisco newspaper to another and starts off at $125 a week . . . is Duke going to leave the southern conference? . . they're predicting down south Dr. Frank Graham of the U. ot North Carolina will not get to first base with his athletic cleanup cam- j'aign. Maurice O. Shevlin comes right out in the St. Louis Globe-Democrat and tells you the next heavyweight wrestling champion will be Bill Lee who captained Alabama in the 1935 Rose Bowl game . . . naming a head coach at Boston college, two new assistants at Brown and a line coach at Yale constitutes the unfinished ousiness of the eastern football sea- ion ... by mistake. Coach Dick Harlow of Harvard sent Christmas cards to football officials reading: 'Christmas greetings ,ind a happy new year to our beloved pastor." TWO SCRAPS SET FOR TUESDAY ON LOCAL HARDWOOD Trojans Battle Warriors for Main Event, Prep Squad Opposes Sheffield. JJASKKTBALI.. Tuesday Night 7:15--Sheffield' vs. Little hawks. 8:30--Waldorf vs. Trojans. Mo- Two basketball games were scheduled to draw Mason City fans to the high school court Tuesday night, with the junior college Trojans meeting Waldorf's Warriors in the main event, while the Little Mohawks from Mason City high school oppose Sheffield In the opening attraction. A last-minute change will ba made in the reserve team's lineup, since illness has cut two regulars off Coach Gerald Kieater's squad. Harris Dillabough and Ralph Guelff, both guards with plenty of experience gained in the early season, wilt not be able to appear Tuesday night, it was announced at Monday's practice. The veteran Trojan lineup of Gale Lane and Merrill "Red" Hcrbcner, forwards. Gale Snell at center, and Mickey MacDor.ald teamed with Jack Struyk at guard, will start for Clayton sees. 'Chick" Sutherland's jay- Carleton, Ripon Tussle to Help Purple Hoopers .idwest League Race in MlmVEST STANDINGS. Kljxui ' . I.. I'rt. It 1.000 II 1.000 0 1.000 Mmiinwith 0 2 .00(1 Krlcilt 0 :i .flint MT. VERNON, Jan. 21. (.T)-- Carlcton and Ripon, tied with Cornell for the leadership in the Midwest basketball race, meet Thursday night at Northfiekl in the feature contest of the week. Ripon defeated Lawrence and Beloit last week to join Carleton and Cornell at the top. The Wisconsin, five will get its hardest test of the season when it plays the Carls. Cornell, which lost Ben Coffraan, forward, by an appendicitis operation, has only one game this week --a contest with Monmouth at Mt. Vernon Saturday night. Cornell established itself as a certain championship contender with a 32 to 19 victory over the previously unbeaten Coe team last week. United States' Hope Has Hard Time m French Ring PARIS, Jan. 21. (.T)--Lou Brouillard, the blocky swatter from Worcester, Mass.. is having- little luck in the land of his ancestors. For the second time the former welter and middleweight world title claimant has failed in an attempt to belt the middleweight crown from Marcel Thil of France, generally recognized as world champion. Some weeks ago Brouillard lost a decision to the aging Thil after a rally in the late rally in the late rounds. Last night he lost again, on a foul in the fourth round of the match that was scheduled for 15. Even Sevens Should Not Discourage Golf Dubber SACRAMENTO, Jan. 21. ffl-- Wiffy Cox proved today a seven on a par four hole should never discourage a goifer. Cox had such a hole yesterday and still beat wild Bill Mehlhorn, Louisville, Ky., in a playoff for $750 first money in the Sacramento open golf tournament. Mehlhorn tied with Cox at the end of 72 holes Sunday. The playoff ended with Cox shooting a 7-f, two over par, against 77 for Mehlhorn, whose putter frequently failed him. Rules Body of Coaches to Meet in Pittsburgh PITTSBURGH. Jan. 21. (.T)--The rules committee of the American football coaches association decided today to meet in Pittsburgh Feb. 1, with apparently little possibility many important changes will be put up for consideration. Dr. John B. "Jock" Sutherland of Pitt, will be acting chairman in place of Lou Little of Columbia, who is ill in New York. THIS OFFER CONVINCCD ME. 1?A.ISTff!6RATST ^^8 ^ MONEY-BACK OFFER "You Must Be P/essed" Roll yourself 30 swell cigarette* from Prince Albert. 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