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^ -i^^ -- TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 7 · 1934 Mason City junior college meets Chero- Tcee Thursday in first round of state basketball tournament at Marshalltown. E*GAZETTE S Mason City high school defends district basketball championship in tournament scheduled for home floor this week. OUT OF V AL Successful Luverne high school has had a successful wrestling season. Very much so, in fact. Fred Graham's wrestlers were in nine dual meets and were never defeated -- they scored 2*4% points to 48% for opponents during the season, in competition with medium sized schools and the second squads of larger schools. * * In considering north Iowa athletic records, the tact that this school has lost only three dual matches in three seasons is not to b« forgotten. As It closed the season Feb. 27 against Forest City, with a 82 to 5 victory, the squad numbered 'five undefeated grapplers: Smith, 85 pounder; LJchty, 95; Wille, 115; Gene Farrell, MS, and Morris FaneU, 185 and 14IJ. Mattoon, MS pounder, received the school award for having earned the most point* In the season. Another fact worth noting is that all members ot the squad this year were Juniors or younger. They'll all be back tor more. « ? S Iowa high school wrestling in general is meeting with success added prool of that, statement being of- ?ered by ih« announcement that the thirtewitt annual state wrestling aiwt at Fort Dodge ttte season was a financially profitable venture. » · o · Finn B. Brlksen, New Hampton wrestling coach and president ol U» Jon-a State High School Wrwrtllng association, ·aid Tuesday that the state championship meeting grossed $631.50, twice as much as the Receipt* »t the Cedar Falls llnal last year. * a * Iowa is second only to Oklahoma in the number of high schools which .include wrestling as a ma or sport in their physical education pro- Sam and the number of Iowa wrestlers was increased this season because of, the sport's self-sustain- ine nature. It allows more participation at no particular expense to the school athletic department, or the state association, says Eriksen. * c * The north Iowa coach believes that Iowa is much better organized for high school wrestling competition than any other state. The district system is used, with first and second place winners being sent to the final meeting to determine state ·. champions and runnersnp. ·--i.. -.-- I...-...-:.-.* * . * . *··' A regular wrestling room will be part of the. equipment at Thomas Jefferson high school, Counci Bluffs, next year. The Bluffs school had its first year of wrestling and sent a team to the state meet. The sport proved most popular. . * » * Breakdown, Etc. Added to the news of his automobile accident, conies a story from Omaha telling that Joe Stecher, former heavyweight champion who was scheduled to appear In Mason City, will do no grappling for a month. Nervous exhaustion, the strain of too much competition, put him in a hospital. * - · - · · » * * In the scraps of the day's news- Howard Moffitt, Iowa City forward, ·was elected honorary captain of the "University of Iowa basketball team. He was second high scorer on the squad, getting 135 points this season, while Barko totaled 138. IP * * North Iowa basketball officials seem to be in good favor for state tournament finals. Alter King ol New Hampton was named for the state junior college tournament, Invin Edle of Bndd has been appointed to work the state high school meeting. The Budd superintendent has had long experience as an official. In fact, my first memory of his acquaintance has to do with his working a New Hampton sectional tournament of 1938. Rockford Cagers Play in Three Contests at Home ROCKFORD, March 7.--Marshall and Swift's Cleaners of Mason City defeated the Rockford A. C. cagers by 35 to 26, setting up a trio of shots in the last minutes of play to insure their lead.'zander of the Cleaners led the scoring with 14 points, while Krukow of Rockford gathered 12. The A. C. Cubs defeated the high school seniors by 20 to 13, as Schreiver and.Kohler gathered points each for the high school, and Linderkamp made 10 for the Cubs. Nora Springs' girls defeated the local Indie team by 28 to 14 in a fast game, Fields getting 7 points for Rockford, Colin getting 14 for Nora Springs. 15 Chickasaws Plan to Go to Y.M.C.A. Grapple NEW HAMPTON, March 7.-Finn B. Eriksen, New Hampton high school wrestling coach, will take 15 members of the grappling squad to the Y. M. C. A. meet at Waterloo March 23-24. Boys who stayed out for wrestling the entire season and vrho will return cext year will make up the team. DISTRICT TOURNEY OPENS THURSDA GRAFTON BATTLE AGAINST LEDYARD TO OPEN MEETING Mason City Defends Tide in Class A of Tournament; Six Games on Card. Four class A and four class B quintets, each heralded as sectional champions last week, will continue their pursuit toward basketball fame in Iowa-as they play in the district meet scheduled on the local court Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights--the winners in each class to go to the state meet at Cedar Falls next week. Mason City, Algona, Belmond and Hampton are the class A contestants while GraJton, Le'dyard, Corwith and Aplington will fight for honors in the B class. Mason City will be defending its championship, won when the Mohawks captured the district last year. Grafton and Ledyard Mix. The two outstanding quintets in class B will tangle in the tourney opener Thursday night at 7:30, when Grafton and Ledyard mix. Ledyard, winner in the Algona sectional, ranks as the favorite because of its superior record and because of a siege of mumps in the Grafton squad. Algona, winner in its class A sectional, was able to defeat Ledyard by a narrow 25-24 margin when the quintets tangled during the season. In taking its sectional title, Ledyard conquered Livermore, the quintet which shoved Mason City out of the state finals two years ago, 27 to 26; eliminated Fen ton 34 to 26; trounced Bode 35 to 24, and edged out Renwick 38-34 in the finals. Grafton Hampered by Sickness. Grafton, hit by the mumps which have caused Rappath, a star guard, to be under medical attention, may have to play a patched lineup against .he strong Ledyard five. Grafton beat Kensett 38-7, Rudd 33-25 and Plymouth 29-16 in winning the local sectional for the second successive ;ar. Algona and Belmond will open the class A play at 8:40 Thursday night, with neither team holding a decisive edge Belmond practiced on the local high school court Monday and Tuesday to become accustomed to the arger floor. Belmond, after drawing a bye in the first round of the sec- ional at Garner, whipped Britt 27 to 25 in the semifinal round and won the tourney with a convincing 37-15 victory against Garner in the inal. j Algona Strong Contestant. Algona, although not boasting such a preposessing record, is strong enough to compete with the Belmond quint on fairly even terms. The Kossuth county five has a team of veterans which smashed out a Jiorough 45 to 12 victory over Emmetsburg and then captured the tourney by trouncing Humboldt 28 to 13. Belmond decisioned the Al- ;ona five in a scheduled meeting. Two more class B fives, Corwitb and Aplington, will fight it out for r urther honors in the first game riday night at 7:30. Both teams jlayed in overtimes while annexing iheir respective sectional titles and ie Friday night game should be ilayed on even terms. Aplington Winner at Hampton. Aplington, winner at Hampton, trimmed Chapin 22 to 13; Allison 29-26; Alexander 19-18; and eliminated Hansell 22 to 20 in a 'thriller which had to go into a pair of overtime periods. Corwith barely sneaked through its first round, taking out Crystal Lake in two overtime periods, but recovered to beat Goodell 33 to 22 and trounce Wesley 37 to 24 in the final. Mason City, defending the title it has won the past two years, will stake its chances in a meeting with Hampton at 8:40 Friday night. The Mohawks will be fighting for an opportunity to tie the record, set by Roosevelt's Roughriders of Des Moines in going to the state toum* ment three years in a row. Mohawks Poor in Practice. In a scrimmage against the jay- see squad Monday, the Grimsley- men displayed an almost pitiful -exhibition of basketball. Their defense was completely gone and the Trojans broke through for baskets with ease. Should the Mohawks play true to form the coming week-end, they should have little difficulty in capturing a third successive district meet but if the squad continues its mediocre playing, the Red and Black may find themselves upset right out of the meet. Hampton," which was met in the 1932 sectional and given a 50 to 10 whipping by the marauding Mohawks who were paced by "Bud" Suter and Joe Fink that season, offers a stronger attack this season and may be a stumbling block in the Mohawk championship aspirations. The Franklin county five nosed out Hubbard 24 to 23 in its sectional tournament and continued on its path to the district by defeating Sheffield 25 to 10 and doubling the score on Greene 25 to 13 in the final. Angus Rump, Des Moines, and L. B. Martin of Sioux City will officiate during the tournament. Trojans Set for Wars of State Basketball Tournament Squad Meets Cherokee in First Round Only One Meeting on Card for Jaysees Over State. While high school cagers were ready for district contests, the barriers midway between sectional and state basketball tournaments, junior college teams were prepared to go into battle for the state title without any-formality. The title will be awarded and all issues settled in one tournament, that scheduled for the MarsbaUtown junior college gym Thursday, Fri- 'day and Saturday. Send Eight Men. Mason City will send, eight men of the Trojan squad to Marshalltown with Coach Clayton .Sutherland. The Trojans are in fine fettle for the wars and will get their chance at a first round opponent when they meet Cherokee at 2:10 Thursday afternoon. A win in the first round will mean that Marshalltown, Hawkeye con? ference champion in an undefeated season, or Creston, Marshalltown'a opponent in the first round, will meet the Trojans. The teams are in the lower tournament bracket. Guards Sure of Posts. MacDonald, Kopecky, Gibbs, Carroll and Smith, with Yelland, Neighbor and Gilpin, will make the trip, driving to Marshalltown Thursday morning. The first five named may be the starting lineup^selected by Sutherland, with MacDonald and Kopecky as forwards and Gibbs at the center post. The guards are almost 100 per cent assured of their starting assignments. The only aliment in the squad is a charley-horse that hampers Neighbor. Principal James Rae of the Mason City junior college is a member of the executive committee in charge of the tournament, and Clyde King New Hampton, will be another north lowan to take part in its action. With Fred Winter of Cedar Rapids, he will .referee the contests. · NORTH IOWANS HOLD MEETING 25 New Members Listed by Rod and Gun Club at Third Session. An increase of 25 in the membership list was recorded as the North Central Iowa Rod and Gun club met for its third session at the Mason City Y. M. C. A. Tuesday night, for a varied program concerning outdoor sports. Members of the newly-formed organization received a map of Clear Lake from Warden Gibson of the state fish and game department, the map showing proposed spawning areas to be posted during the coming fishing season. A resolution of the club's approval of the postings will be sent to I. T. Bode, state game warden. Hunt Proposed. A crow hunt, to last a month, will be the next item on the club program, the hunt to terminate with the next meeting. Hans Madsen and Lyle Wilcox were elected captains, and will select their teams from the membership lists. Further plans for coming meetings include a talk by Deputy Warden Fred Schwob, and the exhibition of his films on the work of the state fish and game organization. Will Ask Bounty. A committee of three will be named by President Roy Kellar to draw resolutions asking a bounty of 10 cents on crows and 2 cents on crow eggs, and present them to the supervisors- of Cerro Gordo, Floydi Hancock, Mitchell, Worth and Winnebago counties. The club members were entertained by Capt. Fred Shaffer and Dr. R. F. Kunz in a musical program after the business session. The entertainers were introduced by Lyle Wilcox of the program committee. Gracia, Jennings in Friday Night Exhibit at Local Armory Ring Eskimo Graeia will meet "Pep" Jennings, touted as Iowa 118 pound champion, in a 10 round main event at an armory boxing show Friday night. The card is announced by Carl Neidermann and will include an 8 round semiwindup between Henry Falegano and Homer Sportsman, Sportsman is reputed to hold a victory over Frankie Klick, who drer/ with Barney Ross in a west coast mill. Fred Jackson of Rockwell will meet Bob Allen of the Decker plant in a preliminary event. CATHOLIC TEAMS IN SECOND BATTLE JohawksTake Cage Victory by Slim Score St. Joseph's high school has counted three victories against Holy Family tuis season in intracity basketball games. But the Johawks have felt their toughest opposition in the last pair. After the startling 15-13 victory scored when Wolfe sneaked through a basket in the last seconds of an overtime period at the class B tournament last January history tried to repeat itself. It nearly did. St. Joseph's won Tuesday night from Holy Family, but by even a slimmer margin, 17-16. Scoring Divided. Everyon3 on the first string- lineups got into the scoring excepting west and Cahalan of the Johawks, who entered the game late as Wolfe left on personal fouls. No one eager scored much, but about the same part in piling up the totals. If there was any particular edge, it was the Johawk's free throwing. The Southsiders made 3 of 6, the Holy Family team 4 of 9. The contest marked the finish of the ba£i:etball season for both teams and the end of the varsity trail for most of the players. Seconds in Prelim. A previe r of seasons to come was given when the second team of the two Mason City schools met in a prelim that went to the Little Jo- i hawks by 14 to 11. L. Peterson and Hubbard with 6 points, were the leading scorers for the Southsiders, while E. Cavanaugh got the same number for Holy Family. THE LINEUPS Mason Citys* parochial schools, St. .Joseph's and Holy Family, were u-inner and runncnip, respectively, in the class B invitational basketball tournament of late January. St. Joseph's won by the narrow mar- Sin of 15 to 13 in ah overtime period. History nearly repeated at the Northsidcr court .is St. Joseph's won agsin Tuesday nifcht by 17 to 16. In the upper picture, the Johawks arc Ferris, fSchultz, Kelly, West, Murphy, Cahalan, and Coach Cy fiross, upper ro-.v; and Canuella, Nelson, Ryan, Wolfe, GaUugher, and Ferris, lower row. Holy Family cagers, in the lower picture, are Coach Murray, Evans, Hughes, E. Cavaiiaugh and Fritz, in the upper row; M. Cavanaugh, Sheeny, Mur- pliy, McLaughlin, and Campbell are in the lower. The tropnies are those won in the class B tourney. (Photos by Wright). DEINES, HOLM SET FOR Luther Stars Given Places on Iowa Conference Ail- I Star Team. Freddy Deines of Luther ami Holm of the same school were nar.v ber S' Cartersville 250 pounder, to ., . ,. , . , I opnose Mike Wolfe. Forest City, 220 ed, respectively, to first team guard ' and second team forward positions on the all-Iowa conference basket ST. .JOSEPH'S--n FS Ft F West 1-f 0 0 0 Kelson f 3 0 1 f 0 0 0 1 3 1 (c) 1 0 4 S 2 0 2 Cahalan Ryan c H'olfe c FAMILY--16 FIT Ft F Campbell 1 2 0 1 Sheeny 1 1 0 1 M'L'n c c 1 3 2 Muiflhy g 1 1 0 M. C'B'sli c 1 0 0 Legion Exhibition Carded for Thursday Night by Drum Corps. With the signing of Verts Stolten- Press. The selections were made Wednesday. [ Deines was called "one of the best ] .guards in Iowa conference history" by two coaches. Associated Press selections gnve Totals 7 3 S Totals S 4 4 (Seconds) HOLY FAMILY-- It ST. JOSEPH'S-- 14 FB Ft F Fs Ft F Hurtles f 2 0 3 lH:l.li;inl f 3 0 1 Evans t 0 0 1 Peterson 1 1 o I Vega f ( t o o Madden c 0 0 0 Dahlstrom c 0 0 0 Barr c 0 2 1 B. Cav'n'gn g 0 1 4 L. Pcfn g (c) 1 4 2 Harris g 0 0 1 Coyle K 0 0 0 E . Cav n gh 2 2 1 Cross R 0 0 1 Totals 4 3 10 Totals 4 0 1 ! Osage Girls Play, in Basketball Tournament OSAGE, March 7.-- Two games were played Monday evening in the Osage girls' annual basketball tournament. In the first game, the seniors took ths freshmen with a score of 36-4. In the second .game the sophomores outplayed the juniors with a score of 14-7. 'A hick town is a place where you can judge a citizen's relative importance by the size of his overdraft. -- Kewanee Star-Courier. the only Iowa honors in th» Big Six conference to Wogner of Iowa State who was chosen at first string center. Western Officials Plan Schedule for '34 Season DES MOINES, March 7. (JB-Western league officials were to sit down together today to work out a baseball schedule for the coming season. Headed by -Dale Gear, league president, representatives of all clubs were expected for the session. A number arrived last night. While the principal buisness was the adoption of the official schedule, officials indicated that discus- ing order sought by Milt Anfenger, Denver owner, to prevent dropping the Colorado team from this year's circuit. DISTRICT PAIRINGS ALGONA Thors. 8:40 p. m. BELMOND MASON CITY """ Fri. 8:40 p. m. HAMPTON CLASS A Sat. 8:40 I), m. pounder, in a 15 minute bout, the American Legion Drum corps' wrestling' show has been completed for Thursday night at the local armory. The two recently met as boxers in the local ring". Three other heavyweight bouts will be offered. Pat O'Shocker, champion heavyweight of Ireland, and Andy Moen of Fergus Falls, Minn., will reset in a one hour main event. O'Shocker has met Jim Lon- tios and "Strangle!-" Lewis. For the semiwindup of 30 minutes Matchmaker Joe Kelly has put Earl Wampler, the "Seranton rabbit puncher," against Dr. Vic Muhi of Houston, Tex. Both men have appeared in bouts here recently, Wampler defeating Jack Hader at the last show, while Muhl went to a draw against Bob Jessen of Austia, Minn. Two Tourneys Attract Girls in North Iowa Hampton, Sheffield to See Sectionals for Cage Teams. North central Iowa girls' basketball teams will be attracted to a pair of tournaments as sectional meetings get under way Thursday to continue to the end of the week. The meetings at Sheffield and Hampton will prove most interesting to teams in this sector. Although Hampton high school will defend its state title on its home floor, the team, is not doped to repeat its performance this season. Aplington is favored at Hampton, and Sheffield may be expected to put up a strong battle on its home floor. ' The list of games for Hampton shows only one tilt carded in the first round, between Dows and Geneva, the winner meeting the Hampton cagers in the second round. Other second round games 'are Ackley- Alexander, Allison-Aplington and Hansell-Rowan. At Sheffield, Chapin and Elma meet, with first round contests also listed for Greene-Grafton, Manly- Nora Springs and Rock Falls-Sheffield. BOWLERS PLAY DOUBLED CARD Northern Oilers Win Trio in League Contests of Tuesday Evening. WEDNESDAY GAMES. 7 o'clock-- Glob«-Gaiette vs. Blumer's Golden Glow, 1 and 2. Hugh Davey and Son vs. Birum-Olson, 3 and 4., 9:15 o'clock-Wagner Coals vs. Lyons Cleaners, 1 and 2. Henkcl's Ready-Mix vs. Bet- sy'Ross, 3 and i. Northern Oilers were the only bowlers who won three games in league play of Tuesday night, taking their Pontiacs. sweep over Studebaker Gallagher's Six, A. M. Schanke and Compaq-, and Eud- weiser each won ttvo of three from their opponents, Tyler-Ryan, Pabst and Stoddard Stone. The latter team lost its second game by three pine. TYLER-RYAN T-'CRMTURE Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. M. Kaufman .. 161 181 332 474 158 1.. CiiRcIns r?« 151 146 P. Peterson ,. 157 177 143 W. Tyler 160 189 172 C. Xaufmann . 147 172 171 472 477 510 490 Aetna] t'lns., Handicap ... 809 850 87 704 87 Players-T. Jolnmm Dr. Meacle A. Hill .. i. Means- . W. Bender ... 896 937 831 2684 893 STCDEBAKER SIX 1st 2nd 3rd ... 123 210 191 ... 222 11,1 179 189 137 153 160 134 124 ... 154 231 154 Actual Pins.. Handicap ... 858 52 847 52 803 B2 Total 524 516 511 418 539 2508 156 . 910 899 855 2G61 !S8 SWIMS DROP OUT OF BOSTON MENU AT SPRING CAMP Players Have to Ask for Harris' Rules About Training Time. By ASSOCIATED PBESS. SA-RASOTA, Fla.-- "No swim- is the only spring training' .{/fil ming" rule in the Boston Red Sox camp. After waiting for two days for Manager "Bucky" Harris to outline , his rules and regulations, the play- I ers had to ask him about his views on this and that. "Most of you are veterans." "Bucky" said, "and know just what if W » m V" JjMI I . rt '!V ri-i* * -1 ^jM \m \M f: \ I SW\ \ ,fi,A i'fa STODDAIIO STONE PBODVCTS Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total 182 152 178 512 The second bout of 30 minutes will bring together Tag Tageson and Otto Matulka, champion heavyweight of Serbia. Tho Serbian champion is a recent arrival in these parts, and last week won over Hans Graber in a Minneapolis show. H. Knesel . W. Lorlnir . 3, Lindsay XV. Reflse . ,1. Stoddard Actual Pins..1005 130 162 174 191 809 102 138 133 J64 166 77fl 102 4S2 473 544 572 ..1107 911 881 2899 966 CLASS B GKAFTOX Thurs. 7:30 p. m, UEDYARD APLINGTON Sat. 7:30 p. IB. Frl, 7:30 p. ra. CORWITH Runyan-Smith Team Can Break Precedent by Four-Ball Victory MIAMI, Fla., March 7. GP»--The most sensational shotmaking pair that the winter golfing wars have ever seen, consisting of diminutive Paul Runyan of White Plains. N. T., and willowy Horton Smith of Chicago, faced an opportunity to shatter a long standing precedent, ou top cf their record-breaking exploits this week in the international four-ball- tournament at the Miami Country ciub. No team has ever won the event j twice since it was established as 1 an annual fixture in 1926. Smith ' and Runyan won the 1933 tourna- i ment and they were favored to re- i peat in the 36 hole final against i Denny Shute of Philadelphia, the j British open champion, and his partner, Al Espinosa of Akron. Ohio. Student Fractures Foot. NEW HAMPTON, March 7.-Harold Bartz. New Hampton high school stud;nt. Tuesday fractured several bones in his foot in the ; physical training class. Players- F. o'N'ell L. N'eramcrs .. Ir. Burke JR. Finlayson .. M. Busngcns .. Actual Pins.. Handicap ... BCIHVEI5ER 1st 2nd 3rd . 175 163 206 158 175 130 176 180 181 159 192 203 170 205 214 873 33 871 33 954 33 Total .rll 484 537 5.-.1 589 2708 99 90S 9H 987 2807 936 PABST BLUE Players-- 1st 2nd H. Hansen 190 141 A. Rease .. H. ivobke Actual Plus. Handicap ... Total Tins ... A. 190 13C 217 157 132 . 832 64 150 189 140 224 843 64 3rd 168 17B 133 1K.1 181 839 64 Total 499 462 ,165 432 537 2314 192 907 903 2706 902 Playe: W. Shckn C. Snook L. Lnrsen D. Molter .... R. Kadclille .. Actual Pins.. Handicap ... M. SCHANKE t CO. 1st 2nd 3rd Total ... 156 170 136 462 ... 130 172 154 463 19ft 158 144 136 193 . 768 103 196 139 84« 103 854 103 511 490 540 2488 309 . 871 949 S57 277 GALLAGHER'S PONTIACS Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total 166 164 499 R. Johnson ... 169 0. K:«rt .... 151 1. Elstad 193 B. Stevens .... 129 M. Plrkl 177 Actual Pins.. 819 Handicap ... 72 167 169 154 141 797 72 175 170 145 163 493 532 428 483 2435 216 you can do and not do. The only thing I forbid is swimming. Tou may get a severe sunburn out of it. As for the rest of the usual rules, it's up to you to make your own." CUBS' SQUAD CUT BY INVALIDS, HOLDOUTS. AVALON, Cal.--Between invalids and a holdout, Manager Charlie Grimm of the Chicago Cubs, had only 22 men today from which to pick a pair of teams. Infielder Billy Herman is the holdout, while lynn Nelson, another pitcher, was out of action with an abcess in his ear. Bill Jurges and Woody English, infielders, are suffering with eye trouble. ATHLETICS PLAY IN REGULATION GAME. FORT MYERS, Fla.--If the Philadelphia Athletics fail to make a -ood showing against the New York Giants in their opening exhibition game Friday it won't be because Manager Connie Mack didn't work them hard enough. The American league club's regulars and the "Yannigans" played a regulation 9-inning game yesterday, with the veterans clinching a 6 to 3 victory in the eighth. DAVIS CALLS FOE PHTLLIE ATTENTION WINTER HAVEN, Fla. -- ' T f : ? young man from Azusa--a lita£ town in California--is holding !-sifr~ spotlight in early competition for pitching berths on Philadelphia's National league team. Curtis Davis by name, he attracted the most attention among 13 hurlers yesterday. Commenting on the entire battery- group, Manager Jimmy Wilson said: "That was the best opening dav I have ever watched. Some of the new men look like good prospects." BRAVES' PITCHER STILL AMONG ABSENT ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.-Now that Ed Brandt, the Boston Braves' star left-hander is in camp, Manager Bill McKechnie's only worry- centers about the whereabouts of Ray Starr, the right-hander purchased from the Giants. Starr's trunk arrived here several days ago but the hurler, believed to be motoring from his Nowata, Okla home, has yet to claim it. RECRUIT MAY CUT FONSECA OUT OF JOB PASADENA, Cal.--At the rate Henry (Zeke) Bonura is making- iiimself at home at first base for the Chicago White Sox, it looks as though Lew Fonseca can devote his time to directing the club. Fonseca was expected to be a playing pilot, but the 210-pound recruit from Dallas, Tex., has shown so much stuff that he probably will stay on the job. DODGERS CONCERNED OVER TWO HOLDOUTS ORLANDO, Fla.--Business Manager Bob Quinn has three Brooklyn Dodger holdouts to placate but he's worried only about two of them. He's adopted a "take it or leave it" attitude with Hack Wilson but is a bit concerned over Al Lopez, the clever Cuban catcher, and the veteran right handed pitcher, Ray Benge. LAZZERI PLAYS AT YANKEE TmRD SACK ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.--Until further notice, Tony Lazzeri is the New York Yankees' new third baseman. Manager Joe McCarthy has decided to put Tony at third and Lou Gehrig at first while he finds out whether Don Heffner will do at second and Bob Rolfe at short. YOUNGSTER, VEX PLEASE HORNSBY - WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.--The fast work of young Harland Clift at third base and the long-range hitting of Big George Punchinelli, ,., one-time Cardinal, brought praise Vj?S from Manager Rogers Hornsby of '?M the St. Louis Browns today. Clift, a recruit from the Texas league, is fielding hot drives and slow rollers in mid-season form. Sam West, veteran outfielder, has agreed to terms, but First Baseman Irving Burns and Catcher Frank Grube, remain among tl-e unsigned, although both are at the camp. Total Pins 801 86!) 891 3631 884 NORTHERN Oil. CORP. H.wrs-- 1"' St"I 3rd Tula! At. H. Ur =00 334 J5S f.37 303 I H. Matter .... 137 H. Pasch IZ5 VT. Pnncan ....145 F. Duncan 3U 161 184 185 503 149 535 189 032 208 191 643 Itit 178 175 181 Actual Pins. Handicap ... 911 .14 1012 34 861 34 2790 102 . 94! 1036 901 28S; 9K

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