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BASKETBALL · · * · · · · * · Mason City announced as site for fifth district cage tournament. Eight teams to compete Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings. BASKETBALL · · · · · « * · · Junior colleges to compete in open state tournament at Marshallto-n March 8, 9 and 10. Mason City meets Cherokee in first round contest. TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 1934 OUT THE PRCSSBOL . 9/Al MITCHELL^ ' Finger in the Pie Indoor track isn't in season, believes Alfalfa Bill Murray, Oklahoma's mustached governor. So it may be that the Oklahoma Aggies will not complete their schedule on the indoor oval. * * * Hlzzoncr also says that the autumn is the only season in which football should be tolerated, and stands In favor ol abolishing spring grid drills. * * * Basketball State Indiana, long a basketball stronghold, has a right to bask in the limelight. Gaze at the records: Purdue, Big Ten champion, and Indiana TI. one of the conference's better teams; Butler, Missouri Valley conference titleholder, and Notre Dame, loser in two contests, and much- ballyhooed as national champion. That's the Indiana list of top-rankers for this season. * K* ff A queer sort of consolation was the result of the Notre Dame-Butler-Pittsburgh games this year. Notre Dame beat Butler in two games. Then Pittsburgh beat Notre Dame In the only two games that the Irish lost this season. So little Butler came right back to spank Pitt 35 to 24. Figure that one. IS * * Iowa and Trout Something was written here recently about the opening of the Iowa trout season, and the fact that 43,000 trout have been placed in Iowa streams, their existence aided by development of cover and protection through the CCC and the state fish and game commission. * * * Iowa Isn't identified as a trout state in the usual fisher- roan's geography. But experts gay that 200 miles of streams located In Iowa are comparable to the best trout waters of the United States. Cold, spring fed streams, of which there are several in the northeast section of the state, are what the trout needs. ft :t * There are three species of trout · to be found in Iowa, the brook, rainbow, and brown trout. Perhaps · vthe name "speckled trout" would be more easily recognized than brook trout. The names refer to the same, fisl., the only real native trout of Iowa. * * * Tlu brook trout Is a highly colored fish and usually inhabits the smaller streams and the headwaters of the larger streams. It averages from three-quarters to one pound and is considered the most palatable of the trout family. It is every bit a game fish and will rise to an artificial fly, or spinner, and is fond of the most common of baits, the earthworm. * * * The rainbow trout is not a native to Iowa, but has made hearty' growth in its adopted environment. Its red and orange striping distinguishes it from the other species, and it is one of hardest scrappers of the familly. A good sized fish, the average weight runs from one to two pounds. It rises swiftly to a fly. a * * A deep hole In a large stream will usually produce a brown trout if an artificial fly is prop- (Turn to Market Page) IN ARMORY SHOW Pat O'Shocker, heavyweight champion of Ireland, who will oppose Andy Moen, Norwegian mat artist in a one hour main event at the armory Thursday night, using one of his deadly holds. The smiling Irishman has met Jim Londos, three times, "Strangler" Lewis four limes, and Is one of the best box office attractions In the east, Adv, PURDUE GETS TWO ON ALL-WESTERN SELZER GOES TO SECOND TEAM OF CONFERENCE LIST Wisconsin, Northwestern and Illinois Place Men on First Outfit By WltUAM WEEKES (Associated Press Sports Writer) CHICAGO, March 6. UP)--Purdue's champions placed two men on the Associated Press western conference all-star basketball team for 1934, while Wisconsin and Northwestern, which finished in a tie for second, and Illinois, the fourth place team, landed one position each. The Boilermaker choices, selected by Big Ten coaches, are Norman Cottom, the league's high scorer, at forward, and Emmett Lowery at guard. Paired, with Cottom is Frank Froschauer of Illinois. Rolf Poser of Wisconsin, was voted in as the other guard, with Lyle Fisher of Northwestern, a lad who became a regular because there was no one else, on the center post. Cottom Tops Scoring. Cottom, a junior, topped the individual scoring list with 120 points, 5 of them earned last night as the Boilermakers took a surprise beating, 27 to 26, from Illinois in the final battle of the season. Froschauer, who led the Illini to victory last night with 13 points, also is a junior. He finished the campaign in fourth place among the leading point getters, totaling 107. Fisher, another junior, appeared so awkward at the start of the year that Coach Arthur Lonborg of Northwestern left him on the bench during the pre-season schedule. Red Kopecky, who played center in the early games, couldn't stand the jumping and Lonborg again tried Fisher. The tall youth from Fargo, N. Dak., made good overnight, and ranked runnerup to CoSton with 118 points. Lowcry Scores 10S. Lowery scored 103 points, most of them during the last half of the Purdue schedule. Poser scored only 77 points, but was the keyman in a drive which boosted Wisconsin from last place to a tie for second, during the second half of the campaign. Cottom was an unanimous choice. Froschauer recieved 14 votes out of a possible 18, while Fisher won the center job by one vote over Gordon Norman of Minnesota. Lowery was the biggest vote getter among the guards with Porer two behind. Ben Selzer of Iowa, a first team selection last year, dropped to a second team berth. Selzer on Seconds. The second team including Bill Haarlow, Chicago sophomore, and Ray Eddy of Purdue, at forwards, Norman of Minnesota at center, and Selzer of Iowa, and Shaver of Purdue, guards. Coach Ward Lambert of the championship Purdue five, named his whole starting lineup of Cottom, Eddy, Bill Fehring, Lowery and Shaver, as his choice for the all-star team. Boilermakers Top Records of Season CHICAGO, March 6. (#»--Purdue today held the Lion's share of the honors for the 1934 Big Ten basketball season. The Boilermakers set a new scoring record of 512 points for 12 games, an average of nearly 43 points a game, and Norman Cottom collected 120 points, to lead the individual race. Billman 's Transfers, Diamond Bread in Playoff The final standing: W. 1. Pel. T.P. Purdue .......... 10 Xorthivestem ... 8 H'lticonjln ....... 8 Illinois .......... 7 Iowa .......... ,. 7 Indiana ......... G Minnesota ....... 5 Ohio State ...... 4 Mlchlean ....... 4 Chicago ...... :.. ! 10 .833 4 .607 4 .687 5 .583 S .583 I! .500 1 .417 8 .333 .333 .167 12 389 371 324 324 353 363 35C 319 318 THE LEADING SCORERS Cottom, f, Purdue Flshpr, c. Northwestern Hanrlow, It, Chicago ... Frosctiauer, f, Illinois . Loivcry, B, Purdne *ormnn, c, Minnesota . F.C. 48 41 38 41 46 39 T.P. 120 118 108 107 103 101 Cyc clone Gridmen Check Out Suits for Practice AMES, March 6.--Preparing for the 1934 football season, Iowa State gridmen are checking out suits today and tomorrow for the first practice Thursday. From now until the end of the quarter, March 21, the men will spend their time getting into shape. Coach George Veenker plans to drill the men 6 weeks this spring. CAGE SCORES (By The Associated Prcns) COIXEGE Dartmouth 34; Columbia 25. Ohio State 3fi; Western Reserve 33. Indiana 32; Michigan 33. Minnesota 23; U'incon».ln 34. Purdue 26; Illinois 27. JUpon 23; fielolt 28. Anc*burfc 27; St. Thonia§ 35. St. Ambrose 27; Central (lowal 21. Sioux Falls 37; Dakota Wcsleyan 39. Klick Draws in 10 Rounds Against Ross Fans Cheer as Frisco Lad Drives Hard at Finish. SAN FRANCISCO, March 6. (/P) --Frankie Klick, junior lightweight title holder, had a 10 round draw to his credit today with Barney Ross of Chicago, world's lightweight champion. Ross' lightweight crown was not at stake. In the face of odds favoring Ross, the showing of the San Francisco boy had 10,000 fans cheering wildly from start to finish. Klick's stirring rallies in the last two rounds apparently influenced Referee Toby Irwon's decision to call it an even affair. Ringside experts varied in their opinions. The Associated Press score sheet gave Ross 5 rounds with 4 to Klick and I even. They went through the 10 rounds at top speed. Ross' boxing was clearly superior but he was unable to perfect a good defense against his opponent's solid rights to the body. The Chicagoan's left side was bruised and battered after the bout. Although he won the 130-pound title from Kid Chocolate, Klick outweighed Ross at 138 pounds to 137*4. Ross is recognized as junior welterweight title holder in Illinois and California and he risked this synthetic crown. Mason City Pabst Beats Minneapolis Team in Two Tilts The Pabst Blue Ribbon bowlers of Mason City won two of three games with a Pabst team from Minneapolis in a special match, although team totals were closely spaced, the Mason Cityans running a 2,645 to a 2.B43 for the Minneapolis team. Rease of the Mason Cityans was high for three with 556, and H. Hansen rolled a 225 high single. PABSI-- MASO.V CITV Players-- 1st H. Han«en .......... MB A. Hansen ......... 172 Reane .............. 101 Wolske ............. ml Bell ................ 210 115 179 181 200 181 3rd Tot. 225 54(1 189 540 137 8J8 869 2615 PABST-- MINNEAPOLIS Ifit 2nd 3rd Tot. 156 207 13R 501 191 188 048 164 180 615 321 151 541 162 183 538 Aetna! Finn--- Total 910 916 Players -Dahl OI , en ............ 171 millions ........... 171 Husney . . . . ......... 169 Chrl»ty ............. 183 Actual Plan-- Total 850 815 848 2643 ;ona Boosters Add Strength for Contest ALGONA, March 6.--The Algona Boosters basketball team will play the Chicago Americans, fastest semipro Negro team at the high school gymnasium Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Algona will have Petersen, Deim of Swea City, Coach Willard of Wesley high school, Coach Peterson of St. Mary's academy, Emmetsburg, and Clayton Jennings of Livermore in its lineup in addition to the regular boosters. This promises to be the fastest semipro game on the local floor this season. The boosters play Spencer Friday evening at Spencer. Elma I. C. A. Wins in Cage Game by 14 to 11 ELMA, March 6.--The Elma I. C. A. defeated the Cresco Catholics in a fast game on the Elma floor, 14-11. The score at the half was 7-6, in Buna's favor. For Elma, Conway, center, and Hilsman, guard, starred. Bob Howard was high point man for Cresco. Both teams fouled consistently. McGee, Cresco, fouled out, and Kelly, formerly of Elma, but now playing for Cresco, replaced him. In the curtain raiser, the Cresco seconds drubbed the Elma seconds, 23-8. For Cresco, Hewitt starred, with Beecher getting the most points for Elma. Maritz, Upper Iowa, refereed both games. Large Turnout at Husker Grid Drills Pleases Bible LINCOLN, March 6. UPI--Coach D. X. Bible's first call for spring football practice at the University of Nebraska brought such a large turnout that the shelves weie nearly cleared of gridiron paraphernalia. About 75 candidates for' the 1934 eleven began workouts yesterday. "I am greatly pleased with the turnout," Bible said as the athletes went through punting, running and blocking drills. "We are. going to need a good many replacements." Franklin Meier, all-conference center, is the only 1933 regular available for the 1934 team. STATE OFFICIAL XRW1N W. EDIE North lowan Will Be Official at Tourney Held in Cedar Falls A north lowan will be among the four officials as 16 Iowa high school basketball teams meet in their final drive for the state title at Cedar Falls next week. Named Tuesday to work the final tournament was Irwin W. Edie of Rudd, who was selected, with Pops Harrison, Iowa City; Henry Hasbrouck, Des Moines, and Frank Casey, Storm Lake, by Secretary George A. Brown of the state high school athletic association. Announcement was made by the Associated Press. Edie is superintendent of schools at Rudd, secretary of the Four Square high school athletic conference and a charter member and officer of Theodore Schindler post No. 637 of the American Legion. SMALL SCHOOL TAKESI.C.4-A Bonthron Takes Win in Slow Race at 1,500 Meters; Nips Gene Venzke. NEW YORK, March 6. «)--For the first time in history, little Manhattan college has won the team title of the intercollegiate 4-A indoor track and field championships. The little school that belies its name by being located, cot in Manhattan, but in the Bronx, scored 28 ] /4 points in 6 of the 11 varsity events in Madison Square Garden last night and defeated New York university by four points. Tale in Third. Yale, the defending champion, was third with 20; Cornell fourth with 14; Columbia fifth at 11; and Harvard sixth at 8%. Nineteen schools figured in the scoring. Bill Bonthron, Princeton's mighty middle distance ace, gave the capacity crowd its biggest thrill of the evening when he came from far behind to nip Gene Venzke of Penn by two meters in the 1,500 meter run. The time of 3:57.4 was comparatively slow. 1934 Champions. The 1934 champions and their performances: 60 meter dash--Sam Maniac}, Columbia, .06.8. 50 meter hurdles--Walter Merwin, Cornell, .07. 1500 meter run--Bill Bonthron, Princeton, 3:57.4. 3,000 meters run--Frank McKenna, Manhattan, 8:54.8. 16 pound shot--William Niblock, Bowdoin, 49 feet 10 inches, new meet record. High jump--George Spitz, New York university, 6 feet 5% inches, new meet record. Brown Sets Record. Pole vault--Keith Brown, Yale, 14 feet % inch, new meet record. Broad jump--Henry Little, William and Mary, 23 feet 9Vi inches. 35 pound weight throw--Henry Dreyer, Rhode Island state, 55 feet 2^4 inches, new meet and collegiate record. 1600 meter relay--New York university, 3:22.2. 3200 meter relay -- Columbia, 7:46.1. All times in the running events were new records since the meet was being run on the metric basis for the first time. Belleair Match Play Opens. BBLLBAIR, Fla., March 6. (IP)-Match play began today in the annual Belleair women's golf championship tournament here. Jane Douglas, Beverly Hills, Cal., girl who took medal honors yesterday with an 83, six better than her nearest opponent, meets Mrs. E. E. Wetherill, Philadelphia, who shot a 95. Globe, Coals Win Three in City Bowling Ross, Davey Bowlers Take Two Games in Double Contests. TUESDAY GAMES 7 O'clock. Tyler-Ryan vs. Studebaker Six, 1 and 2. Gallagher's Pontlacs vs. Northern Oilers, S and 4. 9:15 O'clock. Pabst Blue Ribbon vs. A. M. Schanke, 1 and 2. Stoddard Stone vs. lludneis- er, S and 1. The Globe-Gazette bowlers and Wagner Coals each handed out wal- lopings to their opposition, winning three games Monday night against Tyler-Ryan and the Schanke keg- lers, as another week of double contests was begun in the City league. Betsy Ross and Hugh Davey each took a pair against Schmidt's City Club and the Joe Daniels' Goodyears in the other league games. The individual honors went to John Forge, leadoff for Wagner Coals, for a 619 series, and to R. A. Theisen, for bis 227 single. L. A. Moe and Ed Shannon had series totals of 606 and 604. Theisen's first game was low to keep him out of the 600 ciass, his series running to 599. One 1.000 was registered, three 600's and 18 200's. Highs for the evening: Twenty-fifth week Wagner Coal, 2,831; thirty-third week, Hugh Davey, 2,895. V. M. C. A. STANDINGS W. L. Billman'n ...................... 10 l Diamond Bread ................ II) 1 Marshall-Swift ................. S 2 State Brand ---- . ---- . . . . . . . . . . . 7 4 Hiunlltott'n ............ . ........ 1 4 .'leu's ........ ... .............. ft ft BETSY ROSS BREAD Ed Shannon · J. Humphrey W. While ... V. Morphcw . J. Kerry lit 179 182 139 204 139 2nd 202 219 177 inn 131 Actual rlnn . 81(1 Handicap ... 45 3rd 223 182 inn 182 160 303 45 Tot. 604 579 4H8 2693 139 Total Pin* .. 024 936 948 2828 SCHMIDT'S CITY CLCB Player* F. Schmidt T. Kyan IV. Howard T. Clausen . W. Strong . . 1st , 174 1H8 177 141! 197 2nd 171 157 149 140 1011 Actual Pins . 89Z 777 Handicap . . . 101 101 3rd Tot. 167 S02 163 320 198 324 151 437 172 331) 844 2313 101 303 Ay. 167 173 175 116 177 838 101 Total Pins .. D93 878 948 2810 939 HUGH DAVEV AND SON Players-- 1st J. Gasiinl . 210 H. Kemley ... 204 L. sweeNy .... 149 A. Adam« 146 L. A. Moe . . 213 Actual Pin« . 924 Handicap . . . 38 2nd 191 181 185 "151 173 881 38 3rd Tot. Av. 106 317 181! 203 588 196 134 488 163 18ft 482 161 218 306 202 916 38 174 Total Pins .. U82 939 974 2893 TOE DANIELS' OOOUVEABS Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Tyt. It. A. Thelfil»n. 169 203 327 599 B. N. Johnson 168 197 138 503 G. Kolb 1»3 181 163 53fl F. Boblnnon .. 180 179 182 317 S. J. Sobleske. 221 176 171 368 Actual Pins . 307 938 883 2726 Handicap ... 15 13 18 45 907 58 Av. 200 168 180 172 18D 909 13 Total Fins .. 92Z 951 808 2771 924 Players-- 1st L. Carle 169 Vim. McCauIcy 178 B. Powell . . . . 393 T. CoIIoton . . . 180 GLOBE-GAZETTE 3rd 101 2nd 151 184 144 203 183 150 165 Tot. till 578 495 B. Dusold 160 208 172 S4G 182 Actual Pins . 886 896 854 2636 879 Handicap . . . 63 53 53 159 53 Total Pins .. 939 949 907 2793 932 TYLER-RYAN FURNITURE CO. Players-- l«t M. Kaufman .. 116 L. Cooslns ... 176 P. Peterson . . . 146 Wm. Tyler 201 C. Kaufmann . 203 2nd 143 186 153 190 177 Actual Pins . 847 849 Handicap ... 87 8t 3rd Tot. 137 416 156 018 176 474 138 532 1C! 543 808 2.104 87 . 261 934 936 885 2765 WAGNER COAL COMPANY Players-T. Force M. Woltera .. A. StaECberg F. Wasncr . . 1st 2nd 3rd Tot. Av. 219 178 222 619 206 161 176 161 498 166 112 135 437 404 135 135 111 187 493 161 161 B. Youngerman 176 133 175 484 Actual Pins . 803 793 9112 2498 833 Handicap ... Ill 1U 111 333 111 Total Pins .. 914 904 1013 2831 944 A. M. SCHANKE AND COMPANY Players-- l*t 2nd 3rd Tot. Av. W Shcka 190 "2 142 464 138 C. Snook 138 193 154 506 168 I,. Larson . . . . 144 1" 160 451 180 D. Moltcr . . . . 167 159 193 m» "3 B. Badcllffe .. 146 151 180 483 161 Actual Pint . 805 782 835 2422 807 Handicap . . . 103 103 103 309 103 Total Fins .. 885 938 2731 910 "Firecracker Twins" Need Semifinal Win to Advance MIAMI, Fla., March 6. UPl-- Favored to repeat last year's victory, Horton Smith of Chicago, and Paul Runyan of White Plains, N. Y., the "firecracker twins," had tc whip Walter Hagen of Detroit, and Tom Creavy of Albany, N. Y., in the semifinals of the 53,500 international four-ball golf tournament to day. Densmore Shute of Philadelphia, the British open champion, and his partner, Al Espinosa of Akron, Ohio, faced a veteran Brooklyn palr/Wiffy Cox and Bill Mehlhom, in the other side of the bracketing. TOP RANKING OF Y LOOP DEPENDS ON CAGE BATTLE Teams Play at 9 O'clock in Contest Carded for Y. M. C. A. Floor. ior College Mli-r Wolf .. V'» Men . . . . . . V Scnlorn .'. 0 10 . Pet. ,oi)t .909 .SIX) .11311 .036 .Wfl .433 .417 .333 .273 .182 .000 PROBABLE UNKVPK nll.I.MAN'S DIAMOND BREAD Cordle UK llnyer Sntcr t,1? Cookmnn Itrfluwer 0 Connelly Brady ItO TnrnpUlnfi Blllmnn LI! Isaacson STATE BRAND HAMILTON'S B. Johnson KF T.rolh Kholl LF Strnlicii Schoprr . , , . . . . . ' Allison Ixiterbwir ..H(J Hanscn L«e ..I/O Hamilton The big problem of naming the leader in league play as the Y. M. C. A. basketball loop closes its scheduled season and makes ready for round robin tournament competition will be solved Wednesday night at the "Y" floor. Top-ranking teams, Billman's Transfers and Diamond Bread's Bakers will battle for the No. 1 post of the league in a playoff contest scheduled for 9 o'clock Wednesday night. Each team has won 10 victories and has been defeated once. State Brand, Hamilton's Play. A lesser argument, which will settle the fourth place standing, will be settled when State Brand Creamery and Hamilton's meet in a game scheduled fo r 8 o'clock. The Decker-Junior College tie will not be played in the Wednesday series, the jaysee team forfeiting to the lowanas and giving them a clear title to eighth ranking in the standings. Tournament preparation will occupy the junior college varsity, scheduled to oppose Cherokee in the first round of the state tournament at Marshalltown Thursday afternoon. Admissions Same. The admission prices for the playoffs will be the same as for regular league games, although round robin tournament prices will be increased. Both admissions are given in the folders which contain the season schedule. Nearly 50 players have registered for post-season Basketball play at the Y. M. C. A., Ivan A. Barnes, physical director, said Tuesday. A meeting will be called in the near future to decide whether the players will compete as organized teams, 01 whether captains will be named to select players from the list. Six Universities in Big Ten Swimming at Iowa Tank on Monday IOWA CITY, March 6.--Entry of Illinois, Ohio State and Chicago teams in the Western conference championship swimming meet Monday had boosted the official nominations to six universities and 62 men. Coach David Armbruster, manager of the meet in the University of Iowa pool March 17, will file the Iowa entries Tuesday and also expected to receive the Northwestern and Indiana lists then. Wisconsin will not be represented, its officials have decided. Chicago's 14-man team is headed by Dan Glomset and Charles Dwyer, breast stroke experts; and John Roberts, fancy diver. Charles Flachmann, who has not been beaten in the 50, 100 and 220-yard free style events, and J. S. Hatch, back strok- er, are stars of the 10-man Illinois team. DR. H. K. JONES DENTIST Makes Dentures (Plates) as low C I A as, per plate «P1U EXTRACTIONS $1.00 X-RAY SERVICE One Day Service for Out of Town Patients DR. H.K JONES 15'/i N. FEDERAL PHONE 325 No Revisions Seen in U. S. Net Policies Old Members Listed for Davis Cup Board. NEW YORK, March 6. W)--Announcement of the personnel of the United States Lawn Tennis association's Davis cup committee Indicates there will be no change in the cup policies this country has followed in recent years. The committee, headed by Hoi- combe Ward as chairman, consists principally of past and present officers such as Julian S. Myrick, Joseph W. Wear, Fitz Eugene Dlxon, Samuel Hardy and Dwight W. Davis, who donated the famous trophy in 1900. Ward is expected to name the subcommittee which does the actual work of selecting and training the team in a few days. George M. Lott, Jr., Wilmer Allison, Frank Shields, Sidney B. Wood. Lester Stoefen, Frankle Parker, Bryan Grant and Cliff Sutter are regarded as the leading candidates for the team. Americans Sweep Bermudan Meets HAMILTON, Bermuda, March B. (IP}--America's high-ranking tennis players have completed a grand slam of the Bermuda tennis championships. Lester Stoefen of Los Angeles and Marjorie Sachs of Boston had started the American sweep with victories in the men's and women's singles finals last week. Yesterday all three doubles crowns fell into the invaders' laps. Stoefen and Bryan Grant of Atlanta outlasted Wilmer Allison of Austin, Texas, and Laird Watt of Montreal, 4-6, 6-4, 6-2, 1-6, 7-5, in the men's doubles finale; Allison and Florence Leboutillier of Westbury, N. Y., won the mixed doubles title, beating Stoefen and Jane Sharp of Pasadena, 4-0, 6-3, 6-4; while Miss Sharp and Grace Siirber of New York conquered Miss Lebou- tillier and Penelope Anderson Me Bride of New York and Richmond, 6-4, 6-4, in the women's doubles finale. Championships Face Iowa Athletes in Week's Card IOWA CITY, March 6.--Conference championship competition for track, wrestling and gymnastic teams headline the University of Iowa's athletic schedule for the week, although two dual events also are on the card. A track and field team of about 12 men will enter the Big Ten meet at Chicago Friday and Saturday, four or five wrestlers will strive for individual championships in the Big Ten affair at Bloomington, Ind., on the same days, and the gymnasts perform in the title meet at Chicag-o Saturday. A'S SMASH BALL WITH VIGOR WHEN DRILLS ARE HELD Phillies Begin With 15 Men on Hand; Fonseca Picks Starting Hurlers. By THE ASSOCIATED PKESS FORT MYERS. Fla._Things are back to normal in the Philadelphia Athletics' spring training camp, with the squad whaling the ball icavily in batting practice and the doctor applying iodine to the first casualties. "Indian Bob" Johnson, in camp after a trip from Portland, Ore., says he will sign his contract, leav- ng only Holdouts Jimmy Foxx and Pinky Higgins without their signatures on the line. 15 BATTERYMEN AID PHILLIE CAUSE WINTERHAVEN, Fla.--Practice begins today for Philadelphia's National league club with 15 battery men on hand and all signed. The only pitcher not here is Ted Kleinhaus, and President Gerry Nugent says ho has the former Chicago Cubs' signature. Besides 12 pitchers and 3 catchers, including himself. Manager Jimmy Wilson has 2 outfielders with which to start spring training. AMBITION THWARTED-YOUNGSTER HAS NERVE ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.--One of the nerviest youngsters who ever reported at the Braves' training camp for a job is a lanky youth from Kalamazoo, Mich., who was ambitious to become the tribal batboy. After a look at the Braves' roster be told Buck Jordan ho wasn't "so hot" with a batting average of .286 Manager Bill McKcchnic didn't have a chance to get the lad's name. He tossed him out in such short order. FONSECA DECIDES ON STARTING PITCHERS PASADENA, Cal.--Lew Fonseca, field boss of the Chicago White Sox, already has decided on two of his starting pitchers, George Earnshaw, late of the Philadelphia Athletics, and Ed (Bull) Durham. All the rest of the hurlers, even the veteran Ted Lyons, Sam Jones, and Milt Gaston, are on trial until they demonstrate ability as starters. GALAN CHANGES TO SECOND SACK JOB AVALON, Cal.--Augie Galan, purchased from San Francisco, will be the Chicago Cubs' second baseman until further notice. Galan is said to be a better third (Turn to Mliratt Paffe) Tilden Troupe, French Aces Tour Into Chicago CHICAGO, March 6. UP)--William T. Tilden II and Ellsworth Vines and the French stars, Henri Cochet and Martin Plaa, will bring their international tennis series into Chicago at the Broadway armory. The Americans, consistently successful on the tour, won again at Detroit last night. Tilden conquered Cochet, while Vines defeated Plaa. Iowa State Ball Players Take Early Drill Indoors AMES, March 6.--Coach Louis Menze turned his attention from the Iowa State basketball team to the baseball candidates here Monday. Beginning today, indoor workouts will be held until the weather permits the squad to get on to the diamond. Batteries have been working out all winter. BOXING FRIDAY NIGHT, 8:30 Mason City Armory 10 Rounds ESKIMO GRACIA vs. PEP JENNIN'GS 8 ROUNDS HENKY FALEGANO vs. HOMER SPORTSMAN 5 OTHER GREAT BOUTS Seats 40c 55c, 80c, tax Incl. DAVE FIDLER, Referee SUITS md TOPCOATS '20 '25 '31 "COMPARE !" ABEL SON INC. AT ftUHCCft I I V I M 90U1M Don't Forget that Birthday or Anniversary. There's no more welcome g i f t than a box of the famous Whitman's Chocolates a n cl Confections. A complete and fresh s t o c k at all times. Hickey Bros. Cigar Stores IN THE HOTEL IIAN'FORD Mason City, Iowa

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