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MASON CITY GU)BE-GA/ETTE, AUGUST 7 ·§ 1935 N1JVJB Out of The PRESSBOX Bj AL MITCHELL ---THE ACE CLUB GROWS. Richard HiHer, transplanted native son of Omaha, who's working in Mason City at present, is going to have something to tell about in the locker room of his home golf club when he goes back to the Nebraska city. Practicing for the Highland club tournament, which he'll play in next week, he dropped his tee shot on No. 2 at the Clear Lake Country club. * * * The ace was made Tuesday afternoon, and the distance is 143 yards . . . from an elevated tee to a trapped green. Hiller, by the way, was medalist in his club's tournament last season. * * * MOKE ACCURACY. Here's accuracy ot a different sort . . . in the results of National Rifle association pistol matches held through May and June. Police Sgt. Leo Allstot, Mason City exper: marksman, did right well by himself, with a pair of second places, a pair of firsts, and a third rating in two-man competition. * * * Allstot was nosed out by William Shauger of Franklin, N. J., when the easterner scored 279 out of a possible 300 in the .22 caliber slow- fire pistol match. The Mason cityan had a 278. The course of fire was 40 shots at 50 yards. * * * Both Allstot and Shauger turned in records that broke the existing mark when they shot 397's out of possible 400's in the .22 caliber timed fire match. The old record was 394x400. The course of fire was 40 shots, timed to five shots in 20 seconds. The distance, 25 yards. Shauger was awarded first place in the match. * * * Allstot won the individual spring revolver championship match with a 281x300 over a course that eluded 10 shots slow, 10 timed and 10 rapid fire. The slow fire was at 50 yards, the other sections of the course at 25. * * * The Mason City policeman scored even higher in the .22 caliber spring pistol and revolver championship with a 293x300 over the same course of fire. With D. D. Thimmesch of Dubuque he was third in the two-man team match, shooting a 375x400 while his partner racket up 345x400. The course was 40 shots slow fire at 50 yards for each man, with the .22 caliber pistol. * * * E. G. Fleming and H. J. Adams of San Diego, Cai., topped the two- man teams with a total of 723, while second place went to J. H Rice and fphrr- Cataldo of Beavei Falls, N. Y., who had the same total as Allstot and Thimmesch, 720 but who had individual scores of 358x400 and 362x400. * # * THE BIG TRAIN. Walter Johnson is finished will baseball after 28 years of service He has resigned as manager of the Cleveland Indians because men wh admired him could neither fear him nor respect his authority. The clu' will be managed by a man who maj be less kind but more successful. The Indians were expected I). many to win the American leagu pennant this year. Instead, they ar well into the second division and rightly or wrongly, the blame wen back to Johnson. He was a pool- manager, but that hardly seems to matter in the face of the fact that he was a great human being. * * * Johnson's greatness started on the pitching mound where from 1907 to 1920 and later he blew all opposition over with the blinding speed of his fast ball. He was the perfect pitcher with an American league record and 16 straight victories that still stands and a strikeout record thst might have been good enough to endure for all time --except for one thing. * * * Johnson refused to throw a "bean ball." His control was too perfect. (Continued on Market rase) Smith Stands State Tourney Opponents on Heads by 3-0 IOWA STATE LOOKS FOR GOOD YEAR L GAZETTE RTS Joe Louis Set for Levinsky in Windy City Dusky Boy to Tussle With Kingfish as 40,000 Watch. CHICAGO, Aug. 7. UP)--Their imaginations stirred by the prospect of a duplicate of the immortal Jack Dempsey-Luis Firpo thriller, upwards of 40,000 action hungry fans vill pack Comiskey Park tonight to vatch Joe Louis, Brown Bomber from Detroit, throw his devastating bombs at the Kingfish, King Levinsky of Chicago. The pre-battle setup was almost a carbon copy of the Dempsey-Firpo drama of flying fists and tumb- ing bodies except that no heavyweight championship prize will 02 at stake tonight. Louis, cool and fle- iberate was the better strategist and boxer like the Manassa Mauler of old, but before him he had a man like Firpo, who didn't know BUDWEISER COPS OPENING CONTEST AT IOWA TOURNEY Mason City Pitcher Strikes Out First 10 Batters, Allows Lone Hit. FIGHT SERVICE The Globe-Gazette will make results of the Louis-Levinsky fight available to Mason City fans in two ways. The outcome of the battle will be announced at Roosevelt stadium, during Wednesday night's Little World Series Softball game, and may also be had by calling the Globe- Gazette office, 3800. what danger meant, a man who could smash his iron fists through a two inch board, take a blow or two like it in return, and then come back to give more. Louis, winner of spectacular knockouts in 19 out of 23 professional fights, ruled the favorite at varying odds from two to three to one with plenty of takers from the pro-Levinskys. Even the pro-Levin- skys had a suspicion that Louis packed too'many · bombs- for the pride of Chicago's Maxwell street, but they wanted to find out--and all the boxing world wanted to know-if Louis could take wna Levinsky has to hand out and still come back and give what ties «""· Both Are Confident. Both principals, great oratorical were sure of victory in which was billed o n s a , for 10 rounds. Louis, stolid and uncommunicative, said he would knock out Levinsky within five rounds, hut Le .TMs^uy Louis has been meet- in? pushovers." snarled the Kingfish. "And tonight, I'll Prove.lt. He s never had a punch hit h-m like I've got. He's my cousin and they can the funeral any time. I'll hand M. C. SOFTBALL LITTLE \VOHLII SERIES Wednesday t.ames. 7:31)--Snlsbury Labs vs. Rorklorit. 8:511-- Bliclwclscr vs. Mier Wolf. IOWA SOl'TKAI.L TOURNAMENT (At Drake, stadium, I). M.) a--Marshall and Swill vs. D. .M. Street Department. TUESDAY RESULTS--CLASS A Budweiser Kcer (.Mason C i t y ) 3; HiKhway Commission (Ames) II. Universal Carloadln:; (Slnux City) 11: East Grand Tnvcrn (Des .Molnes) !l. IVrshinp 7: Case Dnij; (I)es .Moines) 3. Mutual Life. (Newton) 14; Van Ginkci (l)es .Moines) -1. Hammer Drtljr (Ben Molnes) 5; Columbian Life Insurance (Des Molnes) i. CLASS It Welch. 1'rlntinK (Des Molnes) t); Fitch Shampoo (lies Molnes) 4. Worth (Grlnnclll 13; Valley Junction Dc- nwlays 3. Ankeny Reds 8; Merchants All-stars Washington Sportsman to Help Revive Boston Squad George Marshall Set " " * * hold him flowers, none." Both in Condition. Nothing was wanted in the way of training, both fighters reaching condition through a rigorous sched- ale There wasn't much of an ad- -antage in the physique, either, ^ouis weighing 196 to 198 for Levm- sky "although the Negro bad the advantage of reach by Z\~ inches jind was 21 years old. ;han the Kingfish. Gross gate receipts for tonights production, promoted by Joe Folcy of Chicao-o and Mike Jacobs of New York, are expected to reach S200.- 000 or more--the biggest fight in attendance and receints since the Oemusey-Tunney spectacle at Soldier field eifht years ago. Ideal weather was in prospect The fight was scheduled to start at 9 o'clock central standard time. In event of 'postponement, it will be held tomorrow night. Mier Wolf will have to watch its step in the rest of the Little World Series--if "Slim" Smith can hold the pace he set Tuesday night. The Budweiser pitching star, who defeated the Wolves 1 to 0 on 3 hits Monday evening, outdid himself Tuesday as Budweiser won 3 to 0 from the Highway Commission of Ames. The game was a second round battle in the Iowa softball tournament at Drake stadium, DCS Moines. The young star struck out the first 10 batters to come to the plate for Ames, and allowed a single scratch hit during the seven inning game. Late in the contest, a lefthander's wabbly-fly-ball got- over Nick Di Marco's head for a hit. Don Moon had the single hard chance of the game, and stopped the ball, only to have it go for an error. He handled another infield ball perfectly for a putout, and those chances, with four foul balls, were the only times that the Ames club could connect. "Red" Sloan, who pounded home the run that beat Mier Wolf Monday night, started 'things again in he state tournament game when he hammered the ball out of the park in the second inning. Sloan lad two strikes on him, and two jatters were down when he hit the big blow. Bob Fletcher added to he count when he beat out an in- r ieid bounder and scored on Sloan's sacrifice fly. Smith added to his own margin as he batted home the third run with a double. Another Mason City team was scheduled at the state battle Wednesday night, with Marshall and Swift opposing the Des Moines street department at 9 o'clock. On the local field. Budweiser and Mier Wolf were to resume their argument, with two out-of-town clubs three younger 0 p Criin g tne program in a preliminary contest. Salsbury Laboratory of Charles City and Rockford's Hardwares were chosen to play the opening contest. to Step in at Top of Corporation. BOSTON, Aug. 7. l/Vj--As soon as the bankers approve, George Preston Marshall, wealthy Wash- ngton laundryman, whose hobby apparently is collecting Indian- iamed sports enterprises, will head the corporation that will assume management of the financially larassed Boston Braves. Marshall is now the owner of the Boston Redskins professional football club, an organization he nursed from infancy to affluence in less than three years. He and Charles. F. Adams, who ..·as forced to add the Braves to his multiple sports and business interests a few days ago when Bmil Fuchs retired from the club, have ionic to an agreement about the braves' future. The passing of the club, however, will be delayed until authorization is voted by the bankers holding a note, said to be for about 5200.000, for Braves' loans made during Fuchs' 10 year regime. In the event that the bank disapproves the management corporation proposal, it will probably be compelled to take possession of the club and run it until it finds a purchaser. Both Adams and Marshall believe the bank will sanction their plans and extend the note. Marshall's proposal, which Adams regards as suond, calls for his group to assume control of the Braves and provide the club with new working capital. The holders of the 14,200 shares of Braves stock, 9,500 of which are controlled by Adams, would either sell them at a pegged price within five years or exchange them for the management corporation's issues. An examination of the Braves' books revealed the surprising information that the club showed a .$20,000 profit on July 1, despite its -failures 'afield.- Most of the--black ink entries, however, were due to Babe Ruth's drawing- powers. With the homerun slugger in the lineup, the Braves attracted huge crowds. Attendance fell off to almost nothing, however, when the aged Babe withdrew after a dispute*, with Fuchs. HEART SUIT ADDS 0 PROGRAM OF CLEVELAND CLUB oe Vosmik to Be Object of Act as Notices Are Served at Game. He won't give me GEORGE MARSHALL Mentioned as likely buyer of the Boston Braves as Judge Emil Fuchs steps out, is George Marshall, who heads a syndicate seeking ownership of the team. Marshall, whose home is Washington, D. C-, is well known as a sporlsman through professional football ventures. Greene Indie Club Wins Contest With St. Ansgar GREENE, Aug. 7.--The Greene Independents beat St. Ansgar 3 to 2 in a baseball game. Hansell Club Beats Cubs to Add to League Margin HANSELL, Aug. 7.--Hansell's Softball team added to its Franklin county league lead by beating Coulter's Cubs 3 to 0. NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Ptl.i W. I.. I'et. New York 6.1 M .fi.171 Brooklyn 43 M .446 Chlcaso M 4(1 .(il!i;C'clnnat! 4.1 57 ,441 St Louis flO 39 .111)61 rilil'phla 44 Sfi .140 rlttsblTch 5.1 18 .5341 Boston 21! 75 .257 AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. I'rt.I "'. L. I'ct. Detroit SJ 37 .IB«! Cleveland 47 4S .43.1 New York 55 3X ..Wl'I'llll-pllla 40 51 .440 Cliicaeo 51 42 ,548i Wash-toll 43 57 .4311 Boston ill 47 .520! St. t.onls 33 6Z .31' WESTERN LEAGt'K W. I.. IVI.! W. L. I'et. Dav'npnrt SK 39 .!S».I». Jlninw 4 1 J7 -JIM C Bluffs 4fi:«l .5K21C. Rapids 3R 44 .1113 M. ,1m 4.1 38 .5421 Kcokuk 33 49 .443 S'x Cltv 41 4(1 .506] ' A M E R I C A N ASSOCIATION \V. L. I'et.I W. L. IVI. Ml 'polls (i7 41 .fi2(l,MiI'Hkee 5 7 5 - .523 In ''Us HO 47 ..IliliSt. I'aal 5 1 5 2 .435 Coln'bus 5847 .5521 Toledo 4 2 5 3 .4IC i. City 5 B 5 0 .538;LoiTvllle V- 7G 303 Forest City Stays With Winners in State Scrap by Beating Leon Batters FOREST CITY, Aug. 7.--The Forest City Collegians beat the Leon Merchants, 6 to 1, to stay in the Iowa semipro tournament at Western league park, Des Moines. The Collegians ran wild on the bases, stealing 9, while Jerry Gardner, right hand pitching ace, allowed 3 hits and whiffed 9 batters. THE BOXSCOKE. TOP OF CONTEST Nine Takes Second Battl of Sena? for Legion Junior Laurels. I'rt. 1.00' .50 .50 .00 FOREST rlTV--17 Alt 11 I'O Anil-»on 21) :i Kccncy f t 4 J.ll.rs II I Mcnkc rf a nrynn 3o 3 Ilrcis II II 0 0 i 1 .1-nsc N:i mm I I ) 2 Gardner n 3 II (I 1 2 I 1 1,KON -- 1 All H I'll A I'h'nVlh s-i 3 1 1 3 l)nllli:ls 21) 3 o Hylami rt 3 " Broun rf 3 I \Vlntrn Hi 3 II r.l'lfk'ir It 2 0 Cornell 3h THE STANDINGS W. L. Cedar Falls ^ " Council Blul'« 1 l Rockwell City 1 J Clinton " WEDNESDAY GAMES (Velar Falls vs. Council Bluffs. Clinton vs. Rockwell City. ROCKWELL CITY, Aug. 7. (.T --Cedar Falls today was the heavj favorite for the state American Le gion junior baseball championship The Black Hawk county team holding two victories in the stat meet, 'needed only a decision ove Council Bluffs today in the thir round to earn undisputed posses ',! sion of the title. Cedar Falls defeated Clinton Schrader to Ride Here in Speed Battle Champion Gus to Test Skill in Races at N. Iowa Fair. Automobile racing stars will visit SNELL RATES AS BEST QUARTER IN CYCLONE ROSTER Al Stoecker to Be Going for Place in Forward Wall on Ames Eleven. By I- K. SHELLEY Associated Press Sports Wrilrr Iowa State football critics, apparently with good reason, believe George Vcenker will produce another good Cyclone team this fall. The wily Vecnker. who lifted Iowa State from the Big Six depths in 1931, will have It leUermcn and a splendid group of sophomores with which to build his fifth Cyclone CLEVELAND, Aug. 1. I.T 1 )--A 100,000 heart balm suit against oe Vosmik, star outfielder of the Cleveland Indians, supplied an ex- ra item for the baseball program at league park today. Attorney Benjamin F. Sacharow, vhose client, Miss Minna Bahr. 29, ays Vosmik refused to keep a promise to marry her, planned to ;erve the player with a notice to .ppear for questioning just before he first game of a doublcheader tvith Chicago. "If Vosmik's counsel wishes to arrange some other time, that will all right," Sacharow added. Mrs. Bahr, a stenographer, asserted in the suit filed yesterday in common pleas court, that as a result of the refusal she had suffered physical and mental humiliation, lisgrace and distress and that her mental and physical health had been undermined. Mason City Monday, participate in one of MILL CLUB GETS NEW LEAD BUILT Double Victory Protects Top Standing as Indians Go Down at St. Paul. llnlrhrr Sines II n n n 3 1 I RESULTS NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn 3; New York 1. ChlcflRo 2; Pittsburgh 1. St. Louis 6; Cincinnati 3 (10 Innings). Boston 4; I'hiladclphia 0. AMERICAN LEAGUE Washington l i t Philadelphia 2. thicuffn nt Cleveland, rain. New Vnrk nt ni*ton. rain. Only snnics M'hnluJfd. WESTERN I.KAGUB IV* Molnes T: Kcoknk 4. Hftvfnport 4: St. .Toseph 1. Odnr Rapid* ~ ; Sioux City fi. A M E R I C A N A S S O C I A T I O N M l n n m p f t l i c I I ) , H: Louisville -, 1. K'filnmhim 3. 2: Kansas ( M y 2. 5. MihvAnkrr S: Toledo fi. .St. 1'nnl 7; IndlnnajKflls 6. allntlcd for Cornell In seventh. Score by inainfis: Summary -- Errors. Andrraon. \MnliT«. HulcHpr, arcs, CJirmmi-lr. 2: Hirm base liils. Mrnkp -1. Johnson; livi. Imsc l i l t . ( hrn- oncth; stnlrn ba«c». Amli-rsnn. Mrnkc i. Bryan. Johnson 2, Nnnm, 2. liarrtupr: 10 t on bases, l.i-on 5. Foirst Illy 8: slnirk out. by Gardner n. Sines 1; la«" on trails, all r.ardnrt 1. Sines S: «ild pitch. Gardner: ised ball. Kreisc; earned runs, I'ort-sl rlly S; double play, Jones to Anderson, - p l r e s , DonnlHie and MeMnhon. Thornton Takes Two With Goodell Softball Batters THORNTON. Aug. 7.--The Thornton Cyclones beat Goodell 8 to 0 in a softball game here, while the Thornton girls also won. 17 to 'i, Baker and Hartwig were the Cyclone battery, while Hattic and Andra Hendrickson were the girls' combination. The Cyclones will play the Sodbusters here Thursday. There is no girls' game scheduled. to 2 yesterday behind the 4 hit pitching of Kepler while Rockwell City trimmed Council Bluffs 12 to 1. Should Council Bluffs pull the unexpected today, a three way tic loomed as a possibility. A Bluffs victory would put the western Iowa team in a tie with Cedar Falls for the lead and Rockwell City would figure in the deadlock if it defeated Clinton. In event of a tie there will be a playoff Thursday. THE BOXSCOKE DIZ SOCKS APPLE TO WIN IN TENTH )ean Pokes Ball Over Fenc in Extra Frame, Beats Reds by 6 to 3. By ANDY CLARKE. Associated Press Sports Writer. Dizzy Dean, ha.ving peeked over the fence to observe the feats of Wes Ferrcll in the American league, whaled out a tenth inning homerun Tuesday to give the Cards a 6 to 3 victory over Cincinnati. The mighty sock added another pitching victory to the record of the fractious twirler, running his total to 18, highest in the National league. Ferrell leads the American league with 18. Dizzy went to the mound in the seventh and held Cincinnati hitless for four innings. With the score tied at 3-3 in the tenth, Bill Delancey got a lucky double, Charley Gelbert was passed and Leo Durocher sacrificed. Dean stepped to the plate, and the ball sailed into the left grandstand. The Brooklyn Dodgers shaved a full game off the Giants' lead as- Torn Zachary coaxed another vie. tory from his aged arm. The Giants got 11 hits but only 1 run. The final score was 3 to 1. The victory, combined with the Chicago Cubs 2 to 1 victory over Pittsburgh, cut the Giants' margin to three games. The Boston Braves defeated the Phillies 4 to 0 behind the three hit pitching of Bob Smith. For seven and one-third innings the Braves did not allow a single man to reach first. Dolph Camilli dispelled th dream of a perfect game with a clean single. In the only American league game, the Washington Senators collected 14 hits to score their second straight victory over the Athlcticr 11 to 2. CHICAGO. Aug. 7. (.TV-Just when they think they have caught up with Minneapolis in the American association flag race, Donl Bush whips up bis charges and the Millers get away again. Today, the Millers were five and a half games ahead or Indianapolis and going strong, with Columbus close to the Indians. A double victory over Louisville yesterday, 10 to 2 and 8 to 1, while St. Paul took Indianapolis' measure 7 to 0, gave the Millers a game and a half edge for one afternoon's ork over the Indians. Milwaukee made it two straight over Toledo in a night game on the Brewers' lot before the second largest crowd of the season, 8,680. Milwaukee's early seven run lead was too much for a late rally ana Tondo lost, 8 to 6. Kansas City finally got in a victory over Columbus, tne first since May 28, but not before It Cropped the first half of a doublcneadcr Homeruns by Culiop and Wins^l.t Aug. 19, to the decisive battles 1 of the series of international contests to settle the dirt track racing war of 1935. The North Iowa fair immediately made its bid, after a successful day of racing in 1934, for sanction as one of the feature racing centers of the 1035 schedule. Throueh the nfluencc Of Secretary F. G. litchell, the North Iowa fair was warded the sanction, despite the act that several other big racing enters were bidding for the August o-asoline contests. To make the date a real success, he next step after obtaining the anction was getting the signature f the "Wild Dutchman," Gus ichrader, world's dirt track champion, on an entry blank. Gus had jids from the Pacific coast, the At- antic coast, the far North and the middle west, to take part in races, not only for attractive cash prizes t for'handsome guarantees, rival- ng in size the offers made Kelly Petillo, winner of the Indianapolis classic and one or two other great ·stars who have written their names n the history of speed. Gus' presence at Mason City will nean that the leading contenders 'or the 1935 title will come to the North Iowa fair to get a crack at the champion, especially since the fast track will be groomed to the ry last degree to assure the speed men a racing oval comparable with any other known to the game. Schrader has been a factor in dirt track and speedway racing for two decades and while he has had many smashups. he has never been seriously hurt. He has always possessed an outstanding racing machine ant now his 220 horse powered Mille team. It's the common feeling around the Iowa State campus that all Vecnker needs is a halfway break in the matter of material and a winning team is asured. Veenker will get that "break" this fall. May Bench Vets. There will be six veteran huskies lor the Cyclone forward wall and five lettermen for the backfield positions. The caliber, however, of the sophomore material makes it almost certain that several of the veterans will get most of their game exercise by shifting positions on the bench. Surveying the situation from the opening practice month it ap- specd job world. known all over the WESTERN LKAII;E lll'lllillk nt C. niiiff»Uav'piirt at S. C'lty SI. JOB ill C. llalililsl N A T I O N A L T.KAr.L'B RiMliin nt rhlluil'iilihi n.i'niil! al SI. Minis I'ltlsIjTBli at nilnifitl Only Eiimrs sehed'rd A J I K B I C A N I . K A f i l i : Ph'pllln :t Wlnii 2 | N i » - Vnrk nt nnsliill rlileiiKo »1 ne.vt;lnn(liOnl.v Rim*-* sclicd'ed A . M E K K ' A N ASSOCIATION Toll-do Hi .Milwaukee! Colu'lllls al K. n t y IniTnnlls ut St. Piiull I.on'vllle nt .Min'olis were the big factors in Columbus' victory in the first game, 3 to 2, while the Blues won the scven-m- ning final 5 to 2. pears that Fred Poole, the lanky Ames boy will play at end, opposite Rowland Rushmore, a sophomore from Jefferson. Poolc leaves nothing to be desired as a wingman. He is big and fast and can punt with the best of thorn. Besides he is accurate with placements from any reasonable distance. Sophomore and Vet. Harold Schafroth of Des Moinci is the standout tackle. He playe'l cgularly last season and Is ready o bid for all-conference honors this ·car. His most likely running mate Durwood Hanson, a big sopno- more from Sioux City. Other tackle prospects are John Catron of Camp Crook, S. Dak., two year veteran; Al Stoecker or Mason City and William Partride of Harmon, N. Dak., both sophomores. There will be no trouble with the guard positions, Veenker has Capt. Ike Hayes, inspirational little leader who ranks with toe best, and Russell Coundiff of Gary, Ind., an- f -~ _-· other veteran. J'" r Who's a Center? The center position right now is the outstanding source of worry ii the Cyclone camp. Burdette Hanna of Marion is the only player with experience at the pivot position. If Hanna doesn't do, Veenker will concentrate on John Anderson, a sophomore from Ankeny. Suitable blockers arc the biggest- need in the backfield. Veenker, however, appears certain to find sufficient help from his large bacX- ficld squad. Bill Allendcr of Atlantic, triple threat ace, and Al Waitc, a Gary, Ind., sophomore, are the leading choices for the halfback posts. Harold Birney of DcWitt, a veteran; Darrell Johnson of Boone and .Miirld-l I'apip) CLINTON--2 Al! M I'D A II.Bu'u- 31i 4 2 2 3 I l l l f ss II II II I I.tind s s 4 0 2 seller Ib 4 I/orcnr. p 4 I-efson If 4 W.B'w 2" 3 Murray rf Strells ef Mir* e 1 10 0 0 4 4 0 1 0 3 0 2 2 4 0 II I) 4 II I I) o Totals -II 4 '· 15 ( EDAH FALLS--7 Alt 11 I'd A A l k e y Hi 4 2 111 0 W.Kntt · 4 0 8 1 (·(in'cni 21) S 0 I 1 Klnc :S1 15 0 1 1 snvasc M 2 1 0 ~ Brlnrr cl 4 0 3 1 ) M.IMt rf 4 2 0 0 Krplrr p 3 2 2 4 Klr'anrt If 4 2 2 II t'nor'an It 0 0 H 0 Totals fl : Scon? lv I'mlncs: Clinton .'. =«" ""° "'"I--- Odnr Tnll« U»3 "" »»»--' summary--Snrrlllrr Ml". »»' -· Kpulrr. Si-ilcr. H. Union-. Alkr.v. sa\asr: Ml on hnsc". C l i n t o n fi. rrilar I'alk !l: M r n f U t i n t . l,y l,orrn/. 5, lirplrr fi: base* (in hulls, "ft Lorrn* 5. Mandell to Be With Vogl for Main Event of Scrap EMMETSBURG, Aug. 7.--Sam my Mandell of Rockford, 111., for mer lightweight champion of thi world, will accompany Franki Vogl, Jancsvillc, Wis., fighter, t. Graettinger Thursday where Vog meets Frank Androff, Minneapolis in an 8-round main event. Mandell has been with Vogl Chicago, where the Wisconsin fight cr, a former Golden Gloves cham pion, has appeared in several rccen bouts. Thirty-six rounds of boxing will be featured on the Graettinger caul. CITY BEVERAGE CO., 302 So. Monroe, Distributor

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