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BASEBALL Des Moines Western league club will oppose Mason City semipro team in opening games of schedule, carded for April 28, 29. "BASEBALL Mason City high school baseball schedule wiU open April 6 at local diamond. Shettield will be first of opposing teams. Out of the PRESSBOX i2i WEDNESDAY^ MARCH 28, 1934 _ -- ~ .^,^ -^ NATIONAL LOOP LEADS IN VICTORIES By AI. MITCHELL- GeHogether Says Chairman Ray B. Pauley of the Y. M. C. A. sports committee, "Trophies and medals will be awarded to the respective winners and an outline for some of the spring sports will be made" at the Y. M. C. A. spring sports get- together. The roundup of sportsmen ·will take place at 6:30 o'clock Thursday evening in the Y. M. C. A. banquet 'room. Reservations were to be com- .pleted Wednesday night. 4 * * One of the spring sports plans that will be discussed will likely be that for a businessmen's Softball league. The loop would be a twilight affair, and would use' the 14 inch, bill and the 45 foot diamond. Central schoolgrounds would be the location of its games . . . Ted Olson may have something to say about it. » * » Softball batterymen who will take part in league games of this summer will bo given a chance to work out in the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium soon, according to plans which will be announced at the meeting. The pitchers and catchers will : be expected io furnish their own equipment, but need not be "Y" members. Long Distance · Congratulations from a long distance came to the Iowa Wesleyan basketball team of this season, after a successful season in the Iowa conference. By radio, from Little America, Prof. Thomas Poulter of the Byrd expedition, who has taken ·command of the base camp during Admiral Byrd's lonely vigil at his ·weather station, sent his praises. * * * ' Coach Glen A. Bingham received the message-- "Congratulations to you and basketball squad for your swell showing and record this year. I am going to give the boys hefe my glass blowing demonstration. The usual closings and regards ,_Tom." - Making Changes . ''· Dr. F. C. Allen, the "Phog" of the University of Kansas, and one of the middlewest's best college bas- -ketball coaches, has suggested that t^tJiC'game,of-basketball come in for -Bbme pruning and revision during ·'-the next season. ',. f V f George Keogan, Notre Dame coach, objected strenuously to the proposals when they were made, but that didn't keep Allen from publishing them. Keogan "ran true to form as a perennial objector on basketball rules," he said. In addition, the Kansan stated his belief that there "is nothing wrong with the game, but there is nothing sacred about the rules and it is not thinkable that an improvement cannot be made upon anything." C * f Allen listed eight changes: 1. Raise the baskets to a height of 12 feet. ' 2. Increase the court width from · 60 to 56 feet. 3. Move the backboards from 4 to 6 feet inside the end line. 4. Increase the fieldgoal to 3 points, leaving the free throw at 1. 5 Prohibit the "post" player from shooting at the basket while 'in the free throw lane -with his back to the goal, but allow him to handle the ball in the area, with, the three- aecond restriction. 6. Take no time out for substitutions in the last minute of each period. 7. Make the minimum circumfer- «nce of the basket 29% inches. S. Make efforts to eliminate - booing at games. Locally there probably wouldn't be much objection to any of those changes excepting the fifth, presuming that Mason City will have a slow-breaking team for the next two years or so, a team that will depend on a tall center working under the basket, and using the double threat of setting up goals for cutin plays or pivoting for an attempt of his own. CUBS, PIRATES IN TOP RANK, TERRY NINE STANDS HIGH Only 12 Decisions in 32 Go to American Leaguers During Spring. NEW YORK, March 28. LTI--Na- tional league clubs steadily are pulling away from their American league rivals in the annual "grapefruit league" competition In the south and far west. Thirty-two games have been played so far and the National, led by the Chicago Cubs, Pittsburgh Pirates and New York Giants, has won 20 of them. Of the decisions that have gone to the American league's credit, the New York Yankees and St. Louis Browns have accounted for 7. Connie Mack's Philadelphia Athletics, like the Browns, have won 3 engagements from teams in John Heydler'a loop, but likewise have dropped 8. The Cubs and Pirates, all square in their private spring duel with two victories apiece,- have picked on the Chicago White Sox, only American league team training in the far west, to the extent of 5 triumphs and no defeats. The Cubs have whipped their home-town rivals 3 times in a row while the Pirates are credited with 2 verdicts over Lew Fonseca's men. The world champion Giants, although they've got no better than an even break in 16 exhibition games so far, have out- pointed American league teams by a margin of G victories to 4. In the American league, only the Yankees, with 4 decisions over the Boston Braves in G starts, and the Browns, who won the odd game in a five-game series with the Giants, have gained better than an even split in their, inter-league engagements. The St. Louis Cardinals, Cincinnati Reds and Brooklyn Dodgers, as well as the Cubs, Pirates and Giants, all have given more than they have received in their tussles with the American leaguers. Joins TUESDAY'S GAMES Two north lov.'ans honored by selection on the I. D. P. A. all- state basketball squads are pictured here. Dobbs of Charles City and Dean Holdiman of Dunkerton were chosen at forward and center on the second team. Playing a highly improved game as compared to that he turned in a year ago, Holdiman caged 228 points in a 17 game schedule this season, besides playing a strong defensive game. LOMBARD! EARNS CHANCE TO HOLD REDS' MITT JOB Clark's Sore Arm Returns to Slash Effectiveness of Veteran Terryman. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW ORLEANS, March 28.-paying second base for the Cleveland Indians in their 0 to 3 triumph over Washington yesterday was Eddie Moore, former Pirate and lately of the New Orleans Pelicans. "How would- you like to play for the Indians awhile?" asked General Manager Billy Evans. , "What do you mean, awhile: Moore retorted. "If you put a Cleveland uniform on me you'll have to cut it off." REDS TAMPA, Fla.--Ernie Lombardi seems destined to do a lot of catching for the Cincinnati Reds this season, despite what plans Manager Bob O'Farrell might have had. O'Farrell had intended to do most of the back-stopping, but the big Italian has been walloping the ball so hard and performing behind the plate so well that the player- manager has changed his mind. GIANTS MIAMI BEACH, Fla.-Bill Terry has about given up hope that William Watson Clark, veteran left- hander will be of much assistance to the New York Giants this season. Clark, troubled by an arm injury last year, thought the fault had been cured during the winter. But he's been having trouble with it almost since training began. YANKEES ST PETERSBURG, Fla.--A new "murderer's row" for the New York Yankees appears to be in the mak- BOBBY FAILS TO "COME BACK" New York (N) 4; Buffalo (H.) 2. Boston (N) 6; New York (A) 0. Detroit A) 9; Philadelphia (N) 5. Cincinnati (N) 9; Philaelphia (A) 3. St. Louis (N) 8; Columbus (AA) 2. Boston (A) 9; Newark (H.) 7. Cleveland (A) 5; Washington (A) 'Pittsburgh (N) 8; Hollywood (PCL) 6. Chicago (N) 8; Chicago (A) 4. Baltimore (II.) 9; House of David 4. ' Estherville High Will Hold Thirteenth Track Dates Set It's just one continual round, this Basketball tournament business . · . probably that's what George A. Brown, executive secretary of the Iowa High School Athletic association. thinks. No sooner has the 1934 tournament begun to lose a and Field Meet May 5 ESTHERVILLE, March 28.--Estherville high school will hold its thirteenth annual track and field meet May 5. There will be three relays, the 440, the 880 and the mile; 10 special events and the feature football shuttle. The latter event is open only to football lettermen. The following trophies will be given: To the winner of the meet the traveling trophy and a permanent trophy; statuets for each relay and .the football shuttle; prizes for the first four men in each special event. The following schools have declared their intention of entering the meet: Fort Dodge, the defending champion; Algona, Alton, Milford Spirit Lake. Cherokee, Hawarden, East Sioux City, Central Sioux City, Rock Rapids, Hartley, Swea City Plover, Sutherland, Windom, Minn · Lake Field, Minn.; Pocahontas and Fairview, LeMars, Sac City, Soencer, Eagle Grove, Sioux Rapids, piimghar, Sibley, Storm Lake, Correctionville, Corwith and Emmets- U Athletic Director Max H. Lynn, Estherville, is in charge. PABST SWEEPS ALLEY CONTEST Takes High Score Lead With 2,879 in Evening Filled With Slow Games. WEDNESDAY GAMES Betsy Ross vs. Miller's High Life, 1 and 2. Tyler-Ryan vs. Joe Daniels Goodyears, S and 4. Pabst Blue Ribbon took three straight in City league bowling Tuesday night, upsetting the Wagner Coals, while the Green Mill won a pair from the Lyons Cleaners. The games were slow and no big . scores were bowled during the eve- I ning. Pabst took the scoring lead *or the evening and the week by shooting a 2,879 total, and H. J. Hansen, the five's leadoff man, was the only bowler to crack 200. He rolled a 220 in his first game, but August Hansen had the best series total with 565. H. J. Hansen rolled 561 for the trio. LYONS CI-EANF.BS Players- 1st Jnd 3ru Total Av. W. Lvons . . . . 164 170 '60 80 ° "; R. Ljon* . . . . 131 163 164 484 JOT O' Bere .".-'·· 183 UG 187 lilli I'* C. Lyons 151 172 143 B6 ls5 Actual Mm.. 817 848 837 2B02 »34 Handicap . . . 56 56 56 168 6G Total Tins 873 904 893 3670 OBEEN MILL CAFE 890 Player* B. Krall . . . F. Rynn ... B. Ehrllch . 17. Ountlprson 2nd 135 139 148 143 . 136 . 181 131 173 3rd Total Av. 180 4B4 lil 165 4S6 132 173 440 147 147 501 167 143 401 100 Actual rhiB.. 786 718 SOS 231S 771 Handicap ... 115 115 115 345 IIS Total Pins . . . . 8 0 1 833 323 2057 886 . . A. Gerard .... 186 133 WAGNER COAL CO. Players-- 1st J. Force 192 2nd 186 BELDING VISITS HOME Lester Belding, former Mohawk and University of Iowa athlete, now coach at Reinbeck high school, will arrive here Friday night to spend spring vacation at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Belding. A. StascbcrE . 149 118 K. LndlvlE . . . . 13S 139 F. Wasner ... 167 15S B. Yonnscrman 146 159 3rd Total Av. 138 516 172 177 444 148 148 425 142 130 455 152 176 480 160 Wrestling--Thursday Night ARMORY, at 8:30 (One Hour) 'Bronko' Nagwrski vs Jack Hader (SO Minutes) T-I-IT* i TAG TAGESON vs. BABE CARNERA PRICES 40c n nd55c Ladies, Any Scut 15c (30 Minutes) FRANK WAMPLER vs. FRENCH ·THE TREAT OF THE SEASON" Do not miss this great event! Ictnal Fins.. 791 7IM 769 2320 773 Handicap ... 101 101 101 303 101 Total Pins 892 8B1 870 2623 984 PABST UUTE RIBBON rinyprs-- 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. H. Hansca ... 220 Hanjcn ... 193 192 183 . ... A. Reuse . . . . WO 10 . . . . . H. Wolsko . . . . 135 Bell ....... 167 193 159 149 561 181 189 505 IKt 137 496 105 183 541 180 192 518 173 Actual Pins.. 925 816 Handicap ... 66 66 8.10 2681 66 198 In the first seven exhibition games, the five top men in the batting order, Don Heffner, Bob Rplfe, Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig and Ben Chapman all hit at better than a .300 clip. Ruth topped them all at .458. DODGERS ORLANDO, Fla.--The livelier ball calls for fleeter outfielders this year and Casey Stengel thinks the Brooklyn Dodgers will have them. He plans to use Johnny Frederick, Ralph Boyle, Danny Taylor and Len Koenecke as regulars ana Boyle, Taylor and Koenecke all are speed merchants. CUBS LOS ANGELES--Injuries and ailments of Woody English and Stanley Hack, may give Rookie Galan an opportunity to open the National league season as the Chicago Cubs third baseman. Galan has done well, except for a little uncertainty m throwing to first base. WHITE SOX LOS ANGELES--Chicago's White Sox are wondering what has become of the spell they used to exercise over the Cubs. The Sox won S out of 9 games played with the home rivals, prior to this spring. Since then they have taken three straight beatings. The Cubs triumphed yesterday, but the Sox; were back to try it again. BRAVES ST PETERSBURG, Fla.--Manager Bil MclKenchnie was perusing the Boston Braves' vital statistics today, checking how many of his Ditching staff would celebrate birthdays during the baseball season. Clarence Pickrel, Rookie hurier from the Harrisburg farm, observed his twenty-second natal day yesterday by shutting out the New York Yankees 6-0, the first whitewash the Yanks ever suffered in their St. Petersburg training camp. ATHLETICS FORT MYERS, Fla.--George Detore with Ray Radcliffe was given by the Athletics to the Louisville Colonels for an option trade so that he can return to Toledo. He played in Toledo's infield last year. PHILLIES WINTER HAVEN, Fla.--A player has to be pretty badly crippled not to play with the Phillies. Bartell is in bed because of his spiked leg but Hopkins, playing third, and Jeffries on second" are in the game despite sore arms. Manager Jimmy Wilson has no substitutes^ Central Track Tests to Be Set Back at Hilltop p . U L RXJNYAN BOBBY JONES The Emperor Jones proved himself, at least for the_ time being, Ex- king Bobby, in failing to finish among the leaders in the Augusta, Ga, invitational open tournament in which the once world champion golfer m±hTMrer^, to cor petitive sport. Bobby is here shown completing a round with Paul Kunyan, winter star. TROUBLE IN PHIL GAMP CAUSED BY SPOTTY INFIELDS Usual Spring Ailment Comes Back Again to Bother New Club Pilot. By ALAN GOULD Associated Press Sports Writer WINTER HAVEN, Fla., _ March 2g. ( t Tt--Among other worries, the Phillies for years have seldom come through the spring training session without some infield problems to olve Just when it looked this year s though the club's aggressive new jilot Jimmy Wilson, had this an- icnt jinx on the run, it bobbed up gain'in the form of the spiking ot Dick Bartell, star shortstop, cap ain and sparkplug of the team. Bartell was hurt so seriously ew days ago he may no\ recover in imc to be in the opening game line- p April 17. This puts Wilson up gainst a problem in reserves al- eacly acute. Lou Chiozza, promis r\K Memphis recruit, is filling- in for Bartell but the club will be in a bai way if the rest of the infield doesn come through. At present, Don Hurst, slugging first baseman, i- the only veteran. Counting on Help. Wilson had been counting upon Bartell'a help in developing Marty Hopkins at third, and Irvine Jet- fries at second. This pair came up well recommended from St. Paul, but they have not set the grapefruit belt on fire. Hopkins, a smart fielder, has shown little confidence at the plate. Jeffries only lately has begun to justify the expectations erected around his American association batting mark of .3'13. The catcher-manager's chief reliance in the forthcoming Nationa league race is placed in his owi ability to develop better pitching from a staff which was a big dis appointment in 1933 and has only one real addition so far, Curtis Davis. This rangy righthander won 20 games in "AA" company with San Francisco last year and looks to be ready to deliver. First Contests Played in Postseason Cage Schedule Swifts, Aces Win in' Two Games at "Y" on Tuesday. First contests in the postseason schedule of the Y. M. C. A. basketball teams were played Tuesday night at the "Y" court, and first victories recorded for the Swifts and Aces The Swift team defeated the Brownies by 28 to 19, and the Aces took in Ulen's cagers by 29 to 13. Baker and Ziegler were the scoring leaders of the Swift-Brownie contest, each racking in four field- goals. The five goals credited to Toinby were high for the Aces-Ulen game and for the evening. Another schedule of games will be played next week. The lineups for the opening contests: SWIFT'S--28 Zander f f S ___.. 4 Mtlthlason c 2 Fc FIF 0 0 0 0 0 D Carroll K Zieglcr s Totals ULEN'S--13 Benoivltx f Fatchen f Unclcum c A. Olson K 0 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 Total Pins 991 1162 916 2879 S60 PITT CAGEKS OPEN CARD. IOWA CITY, March 28. (.T)-.Pittsburgh university is to be the first opponent of the University of Iowa cagers in next season's card. The Panthers will meet the Hawk- eyes at Iowa City Dec. 15. . Yelland K Totals FB Ft F 1 0 0 0 1 1 3 (I 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 BKOWNIES--'» F B Fl F Baker t Cabbcll t-f Schrrriffe t Williams c Fisher c Klpprr K Harnes E Martin E Totals 9 ACES--29 Fl Crabb f 3 Totally f 5 MacDonald c 2 North K 2 Rarncs K 0 struyk e '- 6 1 Z F I F (I 0 0 0 1 0 0 U o n 0 t 1 1 Featuring . . . Old-Time BUDWEISER and M I C H L O B King of Draught Beer GREEN MILL CAFE MILWAUKEE, March 28. Postponement of the annual central intercolle-riate outdoor track and field chamrrinnshros. scheduled for the Marquette university stadium on the night of June 1, until a week later, was announced today by Un- rad M. Jennings, Marquette athletic 'The change was made because athletes of many schools will be participating in final examinations on the original date. Cerro Gordo Rifle Club Wins Contest With Highest Score The rife team of the Cerro Gordo Club, Inc., of Mason City, won it second round match in the Nationa Rifle association inter club indoor league No. 9 by defeating the Capital City Rifle club of Topeka, Kans., 949 to 938. The local club shot the highest score in the league. Following are the record scores of the five high men on the local team: Prone Stand- Ttl. ing Competitor-W. Karl 100 95 195 189 189 189 1ST DE MOLAY CAGE TEAMS IN MEET 1933 Title Winner Fails to Put Five in Running for Tournament. BOONE, March 28. (UP)--Seventeen De Molay basketball teams will meet in the state tournament of tlieir order tomorrow, and by Saturday night a new champion will have been selected to succeed Davenport, last year's titleholder. Davenport did not enter a team this year. Five games will be played tomorrow, two in the afternoon and three at night. Marion and Keokuk will meet in the afternoon game, and he winner will play Muscatine Friday afternoon. Carroll plays Centerville at 4:10 p. m. Boone Masons and De Molays are offering trophies to the teams which finish in the first four places. A sportmanship placque will be awarded by the Boone chamber of commerce. All teams but Marion and Keokuk drew first round byes. The Carroll- Centerville game will be in the second round. Other second round pairings are: Audubon vs. Boone: Corydon vs. Des Moines; Grinnel! vs. Jefferson; Keokuk-Marion winner vs. Muscatine; Ottumwa vs. Perry; Spencer vs. Valley Junction, and Washington vs. Webster City. Vets, youngsters Help. With further service from such veterans as Jumbo Jim Elliott ana Phil Collins, besides the development of younger but experienced flingers like Ed Holley, Snipe Hansen, Austin Moore, Frank Pearce and Reg Grabowski, it is Wilsons hope that he will perhaps lift the club a notch in the race. The Phillies finished seventh last year, following which they were obliged to sell their champion hitter Chuck Klein, to the Chicago Cubs for 5125,000 to escape the financial shoals. Prior to that Tlurd Baseman Pinky Whitney and Outfielder Hal Lee had been traded to the Braves. Finally, Catcher Virgil Davis was swapped for Wilson, who replaced Burt Shotton. The net result is a. real job of re construction for Wilson. Timely Clothes are Just nalu- rally i" 9 ood iorm " ' confident in their smartness, perfectly at ease wherever people ol discriminating tastes foregather. Il takes years of experience and a precise tailoring, to produce that air ol casual grace and perfect grooming which Timely Clothes brings to you. Perfectly comfortable, too, so far as price is concerned! L. E. Allstot 99 G. E. Andrews ..100 S. A. Brose 100 E. H. Lin'enkmp 100 90 89 89 87 Team total ...499 450 948 Ninety per cent of the" 200 air- This week's match was with the olanes nu?chpsed by residents of Freeport, Pa., Sportsman's club and ChTna la's" voaf "exported from next week'.s match is with the Oak- the United States. I land, Cal., Rifle club. Melhorn Moves Higher in North-South Match With Lead Over Field PINEHURST, N. Car., March 28. i;p)--"Wild Bill" Melhorn went into the second round of the thirty-second annual north and south open golf tournament today two strokes ahead of the field and four under The husky Brooklyn, N. Y., pro sent his wood shots straight toward the targets and followed them ur with deft putting to score a low 67 in yesterday's first round. Close behind him over rain- soaked stretches were three pro rivals tied at 69, Tommy Armour Chicago; Wiffy Cox, Brooklyn, and Henry Picard, Charleston, S. Car LIST SHOW AT LOCAL ARMORY Card Set for Exhibition of Thursday With Signing of Prelim Bout. With the signing of Tag Tageson, local grappler, to oppose Babe Carnera, Des Moines heavyweight, in a semiwindup 30 minute bout. Matchmaker Joe Kelly has completed the all-heavyweight wrestling show at Mason City's armory Thursday night. Kelly is bringing to Mason City a celebrity in "Bronko" · Nagurski, former all-American Minnesota football player and a star on the Chicago Bears professional cham- lionship grid team. Hader Is Opponent. The local promoter has signed 'Gentleman Jack" Hader of Kansas City, Mo., who tips the scales at 216 lounds, to oppose Nagurski in a one hour main event. Hader has ap- jeared many times in the local ring, and has always given good account of his wrestling prowess. Earl Wampler, "Scranton rabbit- puncher," will trade holds with Frankie French of Renwick in a 30 minute match. Wampler and the Renwick grappler have won all their local bouts. French will outweigh Wampler 20 pounds as he tips tin- beam at 220 pounds while Wampler comes in at 200 even. Come Here for Smarter HATS GREYS, TANS, BLUES, GREENS You'll like their smart new spring shades! You're sure to find your preference among the clever new snap-brims, the small extreme shapes or larger conservative shapes. They're of fine quality felt and each hat is silk-lined. And despite rising costs are still only-- Tageson-Carnera. Tag Tageson, who has not lost a match in the local ring this season, will have his hands full when he squares off for a 30 minute bout against Carnera, former lighthcavy- weight boxer who recently turned wrestler. The first bout will start at 8:30 o'clock sharp. Capt. Fred Shaffer will announce. Remember- Yon Can Get Your Stetson at ... LARNER'S 13 South Federal

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