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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 27 |R 1936 THIRTEEN JAYSEES DIG OUT, RESUME COURT GAMES By Al Mitchell Out of the Pressbox A BASKETBALL team that has won 14 of 18 games this season . that's the record of Albia's Pirates. who established themselves as favorites in tie early picking when they swamped Elkader's Arabs Wednesday as the state junior college tournament opened here. * * * The Pirates . . . who have averaged almost 45 points a game all season . . . downed Penn of Oskaloosa, Centerville, Chariton, Osceola, Muscatine and Washington twice each, won once from Lenox of Hopkinton, split a pair with Graceland of Lamoni, lost once to the Iowa Success school of Ottumwa and twice to Burlington. * * * The two defeats by Burlington marked the first time since 1931 that an Albia team has bowed to any of its foes twice in one season. Albia scored 797 points in the 18 games to 614 for the opposition. Squad members are Harold and Wayne Re«ves and Maurice Schultz, all of Murray; Bob Baxter, Vincent Kellcher, Henry Gantz and Bob Smith of Albia; Nick Miletich of Lovilia, and Clarence Dixon of Hiteman. * * * Harold and Wayne Reeves, both from Murray . . . and they're the same big boys who played with Murray high school as the little southern Iowa town sent its undefeated team up against Mason City in the state high school tournament last season . . . Maurice Schultz, another Murray eager. P.ob Baxter, Vincent Kelleher, Henry Gantz and Bob Smith of Albia . . . Nick Miletich of Lovilia, and Clarence Tournament to End Monday Instead of Saturday Night Many Squads Marooned Halfway Between Homes and Mason City; Albia and Waldorf Win Only Games. STATE JUNIOR COLLEGE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT Revised Schedule THURSDAY NIGHT 7:00--Fort Dodge vs. Emmctsburg; 8:3(1--Burlington vs. Estherville 10:00--Lenox of Hopkintnn vs. lied Oak FRIDAY MORNING 9:00--Brilt vs. Burlington or Estherville 10:30--Wrhstcr City vs. Osceola FRIDAY AFTERNOON 2:0(1--Sheldon vs. Lenox or Red Oak 3:30--Graceland vs. Chariton FRIDAY NIGHT 7:00--Munatinc vs. Northwestern of Orange City 8:30--Mason City vs. Waldorf of Forest City 10:00---Booiie vs. Fort Dodge or Emmetsburg -K Knocked completely out of action Albia and Waldorf of Forest City by the sudden descent of Old King Winter's best quality of snow, Iowa junior college basketball teams were getting ready Thursday to make a second try at playing off j were the winners of the only games played in the junior college basketball tournament here Wednesday, arriving with Waukon and Elkader before the snowstorm reached its their slate tournament games on | height. Albia swamped Elkader 69 Mason City's basketball court. j to 19, and Waldorf rolled into an The entire Wednesday evening j early lead and won 43 to 30. program of three -games was neat- j Elkader was badly outsized in the BE-GAZETTE S Hopeful Old Guard to Try Comebacks Dixon of Hiteman . the Pirate crew. * Nick Miletich they're in southern Iowa editors to the contrary . . . is not a younger brother of Johnny Miler. Iowa light champion heavyweight boxin even though Miler's name was Miletich before he entered the ring . . . the boxer's young brother is Steve Miletich, and he is still in high school * * * Coach Fred Geneva can put an assorted bunch of high and tu:sky ballplayers on the court . . . Harry Reeves is 6 feet, 5 inches tall . . . Miletich 6 feet. 2 inches . . . Wayne Reeves and Baxter are the same - height 5_feet and 7 inches but Dixon stands only winning his ulfd jobioAter a flock of 6 foot reserves! ' '-- . * . , * . * Harry Reeves leads the season's scoring for Albia with 171 points, followed by Miletich with 170 ... * * # Odds and Ends . . . MORE POWER ly and completely " erased as wet j closing snow, driven by a strong wind, j crnoon choked North Iowa roads within t the space of a few afternoon hours, and left most of the competing teams stranded between their home ' towns and Mason City, or unable to leave their own schools. j Two Teams Marooned. Emmetsburg and Fort Dodge, scheduled for Wednesday evening, were both marooned on the way to Mason City. Emmetsburg's cagers spent the night at Sexton, while the Fort Dodge team tried to drive out of Hampton, made two miles through the drifts and could go no farther. The team was forced to stay at Hampton, since there was no train service on North Iowa railroads leading into Mason City Wednesday night. Estherville and Northwestern of Orange City were unable to get out of their home towns, and are among the teams listed in the postponed game schedule. JJlackhawfcs Here. Burlington's Blackhawks made it into Mason City before the storm was at its height, while Red Oak was reported at Iowa Falls, and planned to come through Thursday when the roads were cleared. Lenox of Hopkinton was marooned over- who want baseball ia Mason City . . . and it's rny understanding that they include Bill Tyler, W. L. Nichols and Joe Daniels, especially . . . along with W. G. C. Bagiey, Fred Wagner, C. S. Thompson, Tom Arthur, Stanley J. Sobieske, Emerson Decker, Dan Shire and Garrett Chapman. * T * There's going to be a municipal league operated in Mason City this summer if those fellows have anything to say about it ... that means there will be a baseball diamond built worthy of the name . . . you knew, didn't you, that there are only three baseball diamonds in and near Mason City? One at Roosevelt stadium . . . which must be closed for the summer . . . another at the faigrounds, constructed in a hurry last summer, and still needing a fortnight's work . . . and one in Berneman's pasture; south of town . . . sounds sort of silly, but it's true. * * * Although there hasn't been much attention paid to the fact in Mason City . . . it is true that St. Ansgar high school appealed to F. J. Moore, New Hampton school superintendent and member of the state high school athletic board, for a transfer to his sectional tournament . . . not that there is any chance that such will be done but they figured at St. Ansgar that it wouldn't do any harm to try . . . as one follower of the St. Ansgar club expressed it: "A team has to be 15 points better than Mason City to get an even break when playing-at Mason City. We think our team is good, we know- it is, for that matter, but not that good." night "between Charles City a.nd Floyd, while Muscatine was another team that arrived before the storm stopped all travel. Clayton "Chick" Sutherland, Mason City coach and active tournament manager in the absence of James Rae, secretary of the state junior college association, an- to the fellows I nounced Thursday that the tourna- pepper Martin Back, Lots of Pepper in Card Roster 1BADENTON, Fla., «P)--"Pepper" Martin bounced into town Wednesday night to bring pep to the St. Louis Cardinals' camp. He wore, in addition to customary garments, a 10 gallon cowboy hat and a broad 1 smile. His arrival left only the holdout Deans and Leo Durocher, who is coaching the navy team at Annapolis for a few days, off the squad. A line drive off Virgil Davis' bat bumped Bill Hallahan on the head Wednesday and he drew a day in bed to recover. :ame of the Wednesday aft- program. and the giant Albia Pirates rode rough-shod over the Arabs for their victory, scoring almost at will. Nick Miletich, Albia running guard, Vincent Kellcher, Pirate forward, his running mate. Bob Baxter, and the two Reeves boys, Wayne and Harry, were the top performers in the one-sided show. The Pirates were out in front, 11 to 1, midway in the first quarter, and had increased their margin as the period ended 19 to 4. It was 37 to S at the half and 51 to l'4 at the close of the third period. Waldorf's Warriors' margin was not so pronounced as the Albia team's, but the Forest City squad built up a-12 point lead in the opening period, and went rolling on to an easy decision. Don Anderson, chunky forward, attracted most of the attention, although he had to share scoring honors with Harold Johnson. The withdrawal of Ellsworth of CUB BOSS READY TO STEP BACK IN GAME IF NEEDED Chick Hafey May Try Ou His Old Warclub on Coast, Fred Fitz Set. By ALAN GOULD Associated Tress Sports Editor NEW YORK, (J)--Three irrc placeables, Babe Ruth, waiter Johnson and Rabbit Maranville, are con spicuously missing as the majo league clans gather along the train ing trails from San Juan to Santa Catalina but the first few touches of spring' meanwhile have arousec comeback hopes among the old i guardsmen of baseball. Mingling with the dulcet tones o: Charley Grimm's banjo is talk o: a return to active duty hy the Chicago manager. It may be the cli mate but Grimm says he is getting in shape to play first base if ant when young Phil Cavaretta, who won the regular .iob last year, shows any tendency to slip or a recurrence of stomach trouble that bothered him before. To prove his back does not ache any more Grimm stepped up and whaled the ball out of the park in one of the Cubs' first workouts at Avalon, Cal. Coast League First. Charles (Chick) Hafey, who dropped out of the game a year ago because of illness and retired to his California farm, also has spring fever. The one lime king of National league batsmen is only 33 year? old and thinks he can return to competition. He prefers to try his luck in the Coast league, however, before seeking a major league job Iowa Falls sent Albia into the quarterfinals of the meet, scheduled against the winner of the Graceland- Chariton game on Saturday. Waldorf is to meet Mason City in the second game of Friday night's program. TOURNAMENT B O X S C O R E S AL1IIA--09 Hn\(er f Sclmltr. f Kelfelirr f IV. Reeves f H. Reeves C . M i l e l i r l l K ll'lxnri 5 Smith jj TOTA f.S R u n n i n g AUUA . . EI.KADKR (i n i 2 II (I » n o KLKADEK--in MIIHIrr f 1 I'nu-rll I I r'osfizjni f n Jfeilrr r. a Ols.m 5 2 Hnlsc-lier K " Wold c 1 eiirp. liv quarter,; ' 37 R Frr-c thnuvs missed: Albia I'.!: Elkneler 3 O f f i c i a l s : ivhltfnrd nnd Yr.nnc. WAL'KO.V--30 /! llnive f 3 Bnlii-y f .1 fi..ede t (| \Vellenctni-r c · Kipelmv c o II I 1 3 ment would not toe postponed further than Monday. Semifinals and the championship are scheduled for that evening under present plans. Can't Make Two Trips. Teams coming long distances do not feel that they could return home and make another trip here at a later date, he said, nor do they wish to stay in Mason City for a week, to stay in Mason City for a tournament w i l l be completed among the teams that are available. Ellsworth of Iowa Falls, scheduled to oppose Albia in the second round, withdrew from the tournament Wednesday afternoon, following a long discussion of the eligibility of Harry Cordle and Robert Santee, who have been appearing in Mason City through the North Iowa Independent tournament, playing for Marshall and Swift. The cagers were ruled ineligible, since state association rules make the penalty automatic if a player competes with another team than his school's, during the period of his enrollment, and during the active season. Other Events Cut. Other sections of the local athletic calendar were hart hit by the storm. The North Iowa Independent tournament consolation and final i Paducah, Ky., sandlot catcher, but of the Giants' pitching WALDORF--13 I ) . Amlersoh f 4 1 3 (Irin f {) n xl! .nwisM-n f 2 3 II Wills C rnj'lnr C Lehman 18 1 13 TOTALS x-- Trrhniral foul, Gordon. Rnnninc score liy quarlrrs ' 12 la 3.1 J3 WAI KON .............. J 8 in 35 Prep throws missed: IValtlnrf n: Waukon 2. Officials: Vonnc and KlilK. Gnf Shows Interest When He Eyes Sandlot Backstop ORLANDO, Fla.. (JFI -- Owner Clark Griffith of the Washington Senators has been showing some interest in Floyd Ferryman, obscure srame were postponed for a week, iind will be played at the Y. M. C. A. court, and it \vas likely that Mason City high school could not make its scheduled trip to Austin, Minn. District high s c h o o l wrestling tournaments were also likely to be affected, although they will not be called until Friday. Saturday's all-star game, with a picked squad of Class B stars meeting Mason City high schooi, will probably be postponed, although the players and coaches will be invited to the games Saturday. I Cincy Red Bosses Sure That . Chapman Has Earned Job SAN JUAN. P. R. CT)--Cincin! nati Red bosses indicate Calvin Chapman Is a sure bet to start the he season as an outfield regular. Charlie Dressen plans to use John', Wistert and Cook in turn on . mound.in an exhibition game at jnce. Hal Schumacher Decides to Stick to Old Sinker Throw PENSACOLA. Fia. (/T)--After only two days in the Giants' camp, Hal Schumacher has decided definitely to stick to his sinker ball this season. Hal says his arm, which weakened last season, is as strong as ever and he doesn't think the sinker will damage it again. "It is the natural delivery for me," Schumacher explained, "so why should I change to something else?" without committing himself. The Senators' second and third base places remain unfilled, but Cecil Travis has looked so good at short it may prove a permanent assignment. Herb Pennock Likes Young Medico-Hurler's Delivery SARASOTA. Fla., (.T)--Herb Pennock. Red Sox pitching coach, paints a glowy picture of the pitcher possibilities of Stewart (Doc) Bowers, who dropped a pre-medical course at Gettysburg college to join the team last July. Pennock says Bowers should develop-into a regular pitcher this season. Bowers j celebrated his twenty-first birthday ' enroute here Wednesday. CAGE SCORES By TIIK ASSOCIATED PRESS I n w n SJntp 37; Drnkp 2il. slni[ii,ni r.f,; Cl'prr Imv:i .11. Ulnitnu TV-ndicr* 1~: M n n k n t n Ti-nctirrs 22, I'lllslinrih K; Tcmtilr 4 1 . « f « l V i r c l n i n 4 ! : \Vnvhlnt;(nn nnrt Jrffcr- Cotliml.iii .11;: Prinrrlon 30, Cnlcnlr SB: Rnl-ryr SO. Harvard 3(i; Vale 32. Bees' Boss Worries Over Lack of Cafe at St. Pete ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., (.T)~ Bill McKcchnic, Boston Bees manager, is worrying audibly over whether the slot machines will vie with the town cafes for the daily food allotment of cash for the players, particularly some of the rookies. There's no restaurant run in conjunction with the team's hotel. again. Much hopes for this year rest upon the comeback ability of Freddy Fitzsimmons, burly knuckle bailer, and Fred (Firpo) Marberry, the former king of American league relief pitchers who is back on the firing line after a. tour of umpiring duty, Kitzsimmons. laid up most of last season with a bad arm. was among the first to report to Manager Bill Terry at Pensacola. Gelbert Helps Cards. The comeback of Charley Gelbert, who almost lost a foot in a hunting accident three years ago, appears convincing enough to solve the Cardinals' chief infield problem this year, Gelbert is expected to win the regular job at third base, now that Pepper Martin has been shifted to the outfield. Charley's leg stood the strain of frequent utility work last year and he says it's as sound as ever this spring. The Pirates have lost Lloyd Waner for the early stages of the season but their chances will soar if Manager Harold (Pie) Traynor recovers from an ailing throwing arm sufficiently to take his old stand at third base. The Bucs could use the steadiness and added punch that Traynor's regular presence in the lineup would mean. Cleveland hopes its catching problem, acute most of last season, will be solved by the return to health and duty of Frankie Pytlak, diminutive Buffalo product. Forced to Quit in '35. Pytlak was forced to quit last year but early reports say he is ready to take over the No. 1 receiving job again. The Cubs hope that the signs of Chuck Klein's comeback as a cleanup clouter, manifest in the last few games of the 1935 World series, will develop full bloom. A return to his Philadelphia hitting form would make life so much the merrier for Grimm's merry men. New surroundings and the stimulus of being shifted to pennant- holding or pennant-contending outfits are depended upon to bring about the batting comebacks on the part of two others who have held the hitting heights -- All Simmons, now with the Tigers, and Heinle Manush of the Red Sox. Pirates Among Early Favorites The smooth-moving Albia Pirates established themselves as mo of the favOrile teams in (he slate junior cnllrgi! basketball tcnipinini'iit when fhcv walloped Elkadcr, 89 In IB, Wednesday. Thr squad includes: T?ol Baxter, 34, Waynii Rran-cs, 1R, Harold Reeves, li), Nii-U MiltRfch, 17, Clarenra Dixon, IS, Vinecnt Kellcher, 15, Maurice Srhultr., IS, Henry Gantz, 12, Bob Smith, 10, and Vincent Khca, 11. Fred H. Geneva is the coach. POST PLANS FOR LISTED CONTEST American Legion Mat Go Set for Friday Night at Local Armory. Taking a chance that the highways will be cleared by Friday, Promoter W. H. Irving of the American Legion plans to go through with his plans for the 'rassling show at the armoi-y Friday night. Abe Kashey and Bill Dcmctral are matched in the headline bout on the grunt and groan card. Alt Johnson, who has appeared here before, meets Mike Antone, in the semiwindup. The show will be opened with a match between Stanley Myslajick and Ed Cook. CYCLONES EVEN SRLY CONTEST .owa State Takes in Drake as Return Game Is Run Off at State Gym. AMES, UP)--Iowa State finished ts home basketball season with a decisive 37 to 29 victory over Drake, ts bitterest state rival, here Wednesday night. The Cyclones, with Jack Flemning and Maury Johnson playing exceptional ball, dominated the con. est from the start. Flemming lipped in 13 points while Johnson's loor was the best of the year. The victory avenged a one-point efeat the Cyclones received at DCS Moines early in the winter. Cement Keglers Win, Get Hold on Fifth Notch With City League Alley Squad Northwestern States Portland Cement won two games of a postponed match with the Old Timers Wednesday night to take fifth place in the City Bowling league. L. A. Adams had the high serins at 533 and Mark Pirki rolled a 225 single. THE SCOfiES )!,! TIMF.R.- I I'lnvers-- I I,. A. Adams H. Br.vant .1. Decker R. A. MaeDormld O. Srnn Actll.nl I'ins . . . Handicap 1st 2nd 1 !2 2(l!l 134 14! 1 2 4 1 1 2 173 1(11 1 S I 1 7 1 75-1 827 1(17 1(17 .-Inl 1K2 inn I .-."i !H7 s:in 2117 HI- 321 Av. 178 14f Hi; If,4 udy York May Be Turned in Outfield Because of Batting LAKELAND, Fla. -T -- Rudy York, rookie candidate for Hank Greenberg's first base job with the Tigers, may be shifted to the outfield to take advantage of his hitting. In the Texas league last year York hit 32 homers, drove in 117 runs and earned the designation as the league's most valuable player. Missouri Squad Cut Down by Sickness, Drop Match COLUMBIA. Mo.. (.T)--Sickness and injury in the ranks of Missouri university's wrestling team today caused cancellation of a meet scheduled with Iowa State Teachers' college of Cedar Falls, Iowa, here Friday night. Five members of the Missouri eight man wrestling team are on the casualty list. Dodgers Ready to Tussle, Arrive Before Camp Date CLEARWATER, Fla. (.T)--Although the Dodgers don't open their training camp officially until Friday, a number of them, including Manager Casey Stengel, already are on hand. Watson Clark, who lives here, helped prepare the training field and heads the welcoming committee. No Subsidization for Midway, Says President; Will Hold to Same Principles. CHICAGO, OP)--University of Chicago athletic teams, current second division inhabitants of the Big Ten, will carry on. In reply to questions submitted by Chicago alumni, Dr. Robert M. Hutchins, president of the university, said Wednesday night the present policy in intercollegiate athletics would be continued on the midway without Subsidization or discrimination. The future of intercollegiate athletics at Chicago depends partly on wnat the university does and partly on what other institutions clo," Dr. Hutchins said. "It will not depart from its principles to gain athletic success. It will conduct the athletic department like every other depart, ment of the university and will maintain athletic teams as a part of its educational program. "To the extent to which other institutions in this region adopt the principles of the University of Chicago, this university will be more and more successful in intercollegiate competition." PEACOCKS TAKEN BY REDSKIN FIVE Simpson Kills Off One More of Top Teams as U. I. U. Loses First Scrap. INDIANOLA, (.-PI--Upper Iowa, dropped to a. tie with Parsons for first place in the Iowa conference basketball race when it lost to Simpson, 56 to 41, moved on to Pella Thursday for a game with Central. Simpson, fast earning the reputation of "giant killer" in the league, handed Upper Iowa its first defeat in five conference games. The Peacocks now have an .800 percentage, the same figure owned by Parsons which lias won eight and lost two. Tom Sharpies, who was the leading scorer in Luther's first downfall last week, hit another hot streak Wednesday night, pouring in nine field goals and three free throws. Waverly Cager Elected as Leader for Carleton Squad NORTHFIELD, Minn. ' Wayne Sparks, Waverly, Iowa, waj elected captain of the Carleton college basketball team for 1936-1937. Red Sox Talk OverWinning That 01'Flag No One Thinks Swift Young Club Can Be Kept Outside, By KDDIE BKIET/. Associated Press Sports Writer. JACKSONVILLE, Fla., (.Tt-Speeding southward with the Boston Red Sox Secretary Phil Troy routs you out of bed at 10 o'clock . . . Since the party left Beantown, Lefty Grove and Bing Miller have climbed aboard at Philadelphia . . . Much handshaking and "how's the soupcr?" etc ..... Breakfast, with the rookies gazing admiringly at Grove and telling the waiters they're with the Red Sox . . much pennant talk . . . Nobody seems to think the Sox can miss . . . Then card games to the accompaniment of beer anil iced lemonade, for you're in North Carolina now and Old Sol is bearing down . . . Grove, a big winner at hearts over Coach Herb Pcnnock, Miller and a rabid Hub fan named Doc Ross . . . "Maybe that's the tip- off," says Grove . . . "Looks like I'm off to a good start." Phil Troy peering anxiously up and down the platform at Wilson and Fayctteville, N. Car., for a glimpse of Wes and Rick Fcrrcll . . . No dice at cither place . . . "Gosh," says Mr. Troy, to'ins" to talk native, "wonder what's become of them 'ere tar heels?" . . . lunch . . . Naps for players . . . Florence and Charleston, S. Car., and no Messrs. Ferrcll . . . Troy gives them up and takes to poker . . . Thinks mcbbe they've gone on by motor. To show you how steamed up Boston is over the revamped Sox, 2.000 fans a n d a brass hand were at the station to see the advance guard off . . The biggest newspaper contingent in years--13 scribes--will be at Sarasota with the club . . . only five left with the Bees . . . Just so the unlucky number doesn't prove to be a Jimx. * * * Troy, wits five trunks filled with sports clothes, will enter a two man race wtih Leo Bondy of the Giants for the big league sartorial honors . Bondy went to Pensacola with $800 worth of clothes. Detroit needn't worry about Hank Greenberg . . . He toid a close friend no later than Wednesday he'll sign --and for a lot less than the 540.000 that has Mickey Cochrane mumbling to himself . . . our guess will be a compromise at between $20,000 and $25,000 . . . Bill Terry thinks at least a dozen of the more than 100 pupils in his baseball school can look forward to baseball careers . . . Did Bill Werbcr talk out of t u r n ? . . . He should remember what happened to Babe Dahlgren. Patty Berg Finds Herself in Strange Spot at Match ORMOND BEACH. Fla., (.-P)--Accustomed to trimming more seasoned opponents, patty Berg of Minneapolis, 18 year old girl wonder of the winter golfing circuit, found herself the senior Thursday in a second round match of the south Atlantic women's tournament against Hilda Mae Livengood, 17 year old Illinois state champion. Others who breezed through first round matches included Marion Miley of Lexington, Ky., winner last year and runnerup to Patty for medal honors. She was paired with Mrs. Lillian K. Zech of Chicago, who turned in the biggest upset so far by ousting Peggy Wattles of Buffalo, one up. OLYMPIC SQUADS SHOOT AT HIGHER MARKS IN BERLIN Records Fall by Dozen Since 1932 Games at Los Angeles, Nearly Eveiy Time Cut. NEW YORK. (.-!·)--While this winter's indoor track and field cnmp'ii£n hns dropped a few h i n t s that fireworks inny he expected in the Olympic games and the preliminaries next summer, it takes a thorough survey of the record books to show how much speed and strength the United States should have on tap. Since the 1932 games at Los Angeles, when most of the present! Olympic standards were established, a concerted attack upon the world records has brought better performances in nearly every Olympics event. Taking into consideration only those performances since 1932 which have been officially accepted as world records, the Olympic figures have been surpassed in the 200 meter dash, 1,500 meter run, the 110 meter and -100 meter hurdles, high .lump, broad jump, pole vault and shot put by American athletes while the 100 meter anil 800 meter marks have been equalled. In addition several beltcr-thnn-Olympie performances have not yet gained official recognition. Tha leaves a number of Olympic events which don't appear on most track meet programs, such as the 10,000 meter run, 50,000 meter walk, 3,000 meter team raco and 56 pound weight throw, and a couple of particularly good Olympic feats still untouched. IKEKLOMPTOP MAN WITH MITTS Lime Springs Puncher Snares Big Share of Limelight in Des Momes Go. DES MOINES .TI--Jim Morris, the Kcokuk "butcher boy" and Mike Klomp, Lime Springs puncher, again "stole" the show in the second round o£ Jack Dempsey's "white hope" boxing elimination tournament here Wednesday. Morris, a 215 pounder, knocked out Ben Erickson, 195, of Minneapolis in the second round and Klomp put away Ray Demlott, 178, White Bear Lake, Minn., in the first round of their four round fight. The results: Mike Klomp. ISO, Lime Springs, knocked out Ray Demlott, 178, White Bear Lake, Minn., (1). Jim Morris, 215, Keokuk, knocked out Ben Erickson, 195, Minneapolis, Minn., ( 2 ) . Quentin Hill, 175. DCS Moines, outpointed Gene Cook, 177, Fort Des Moines (4 I . Charles Oakcs, IBS, San Antonio, Tex., outpointed Gene Gocbel, 155, Turkey River, ( 4 ) . John Malecek, 178, Cedar Rapids, scored a two round technical knockout over Jackie Brown, 176, Prole. Frank Clemmons, 190, Indianola, defeated Gary Schuman, 100, Des Moines, ( 4 ) . Keith Kirstein, 1S5, DCS Moines, knocked -out Marvin Johnson, 175, Searsboro, ( 3 ) . lowan Places in Class C of Kansas City Gun Meet KANSAS CITY, l.-P)--Otto Radloff of Marshalltown, Iowa, shot a 79 to place in class C competition in the 100 target event of the interstate trapshooting tourney here. WHISTLING By TIIK A R S O r i A T K I ) IMTTSHritfiH--I-:rtlin I»upk, 2 I f l , Omaha, IirtMv .I(ir Savoldi, 1!L7, Tlm-e Oaks, Mich., i t : 1 7 . ·IKHSEV C1TV--Karl I'tijcUo, Lithuania, irrw Siilevnmn Ilry, Turkrj-. IN THE RING 1 HOCKEY IOTAT. PINS SCI fllH 9-13 373R NORTHN'ESTKR.V CEMK.VT O. I - l 2ml 3rd To. 2 1 1 H7 m Ml . . . . K! l.l.-i 1ST 17G Ry TIIK, ASSOCIATE!* I'RKSS C A N A D I A N - A M E R I C A N BftMnn 2: New llnven I. Flilladclnhia 5; sprlneflcld 5. (Tic.) I'l I r.. HUH . ' M. S-hn(7, j ( . A l i l M U t M . l - l r k l j f. i'irlil . I A e t l i J l l TOTAL I'l-NS .. I'^!i Walt Ought to Come to Keokuk to Throw KEOKUK, MP--If U'nlirr Johnson would eftrp to repeat his dollar fos.sin£ experiment across ihe Mississippi river here lie would have no larU of ammunition today. The Morrmiar Shoe company is paying i f p employes with silver dollars today so t h a i merchants may trace the flow of its payroll. By THE ASSOCIATE I) riNClNN-Vn--Jntmn r i n n n t i , outpointed Ttfi cinnnti. f J O ) . DETROIT--Kayo Morgan. outpointed Freddie Lattani, York, ( 1 0 ) . HERE'S YOUR CHANCE FOR REAL SAVINGS! Imagine Buying an. at such a ridiculously Low Price But it's true, ana we vc arranged for final clearance a special group of smartly tailored Coats in oxford grey and blue meltons half belted models at a price so low it's almost unbelievable. Don't fail to get here early tomorrow as we expect a sell out at this price! 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