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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBEUAEY 11 · 1937 THIRTEEN MASON CITY FACES WATERLOO EAST FIVE Tourney Plans Ready North Iowa Preps Will Settle Right to Cage Titles. CERRO GORDO MEET (At Thornton) FltlDAY GAMES 2:311--Clear Lake Reserves vs. Rock Falls :i::tO--Little Mohawks vs. Plymouth 1:Xtl--Meservey vs. Swaleilale X:30--Thornton vs. Ventura . · S A T U R D A Y G A M E S ·J:"ll--Upper bracket s e m i f i n a l 3::ill--1.oiver bracket s e m i f i n a l 7::»--{Ninsolntlon K : : i i l -- C l i a u i p i u n s h l p WOUTH COUNTY MEKT (At Xo'rihwonil) T H U n S U A Y G A M E S V.1II--Kcnsett vs. G r a f t o n S : 1 U -- f l a i i l o n t u v v n vs. ."Manly . F R I D A Y R A M K S "!::)--Keiisrtt or G r a f l o n - v * . F r i t i l r , S : I O -- H a n l o n t o w n o r . M a n l y v s . N o r l h - Tvooii S A T U R D A Y GAMES t::!')--Consolation 5:10--Championship PREP CLUB SET TO SCRAP FIRST PLACE HOOPERS Mason City May Force Knot in Big Four Standings by Friday Victory. PROBABLE LINEUPS MASON CITY WATERLOO EAST ( i R I M S L E V W a l l a c e Coach BAFFKNSP'GKB r ............. S u i t e r I' ... ....... A l l h o u s e C! ........... C . n r h r i ; r; . ' l H c l l r r . . . . . . . . . ; . . . . . . . H c i i l h c T I M E : X u ' c l o c k , r i l l l l A V r r . v O K : IMasnn Cily l i i t l i s i - l i m i l . ni;ri:ilEE: Clyilc K i i . j ( G r l i m c l i ) . S E A S O N 1 ; SH I I ' J IIS r.7 WINNEBAGO COUNTY MEET (At Thompson) T H U R S D A Y GAMES Class B -,:»0-- L e l a i i i l vs.. Bult.ilo Ccnltr ( R e serves) I:illl--l-'orest Cily ( R e s e r v e s ) vs. K a k c y:0tl--Thompson (Reserves) vs. Lake M i l l s ( R e s e r v e s ) rKIDAY GAMES Class A »:llll--Thnrnpson vs. take M i l l s mill)--Buffalo Center vs. Forest S A T U R D A Y GAMES ·;:)]--Scarville V.S. Lcland or Center ( R e s e r v e s ) :!:»»--I.oirer bracket s e m i f i n a l , Class B SKKl--Class B c h a m p i o n s h i p !:0«-- Class A c h a m p i o n s h i p MITCHELL COUNTY fllEKT (At SI. Ans^ar) T I I U R S D A V G A M E S r;'M--MclutEre vs. Orchard 7:lty--Uiceville vs. -Mitchell K:30--SI. Ausgar vs. Carpenter FRIDAY G A M E S !·::;(!--SulicousolaUtm--First Round losers -·.XII-- Little Cedar vs. Olranto 8:30--St. A n s g a r or Cariier.lcr vs. Osagc S A T U R D A Y GAMES 3:i:UD--Sub consolation--lou-cr bracket l:(l()--SuuconsolnUoii--upper bracket ·!:i)D--Upper bracket s e m i f i n a l 3:00--Lower bracket s e m i f i n a l 1:UU--Subcousolatian f i n a l flilllt--Consolation 0:1) u--Champlonsliip Cerro Gordo county's first basketball tournament, starting Friday 'afternoon at Thornton, is flanked with four other contests for: county honors, three of them already under way Thursday. The heavy county tournament schedule for late February also includes two meets next week,' and-.'two the week following, according to dates recently announced. In the Cerro Gordo contest, Plymouth's Class B sectional champions-.of a.year ago will be a favorite team. This year's squad is the undefeated leader of the Twin River conference with seven wins in as many games. Winncbago county's tournament, one of those already under way Thursday, includes competition for six Class B teams and four Class A competitors, with Buffalo Center's league leaders from the North Iowa conference the favorite outfit. A strong Kcnsctt team will be a threat to Northwood in the Worth county meet, also under way Thursday. Mitchell county's complicated tournament, which leads to four awards, with championship, sub- championship, consolation and subconsolation trophies to be awarded, got under way Thursday with a 13 game schedule facing 10 teams. Palo Alto county's boys' tournament will also be played this week-end, while next week sees Butler and Franklin county teams in action. . Floyd and Hancock counties will play on the following week-end. TflO.TANS ENTER IN STATE .TAYSEE TEST MARSHALLTOWN, (/P)--Seven schools already are entered in the slate junior college basketball tournament which will be played in the senior high school gymnasium here Feb. 25, 26 and 27. The deadline for entries is Feb. 15. Albia, 1036 champion, Burlington, Elkader, Mason City, Fort Dodge, Osceola and Marshalltown have sent their entries to B. R. Miller, chairman of the state executive committee in charge of the tournament. Entries also are expected from practically all o£ the schools that participated in the recent Hawkeye conference tournament at Estherville, Muscatine and Washington in the southeast part of the state and Red Oak and Creston in the southwest Iowa section. COUNTY MEET SET FOR HANCOCK FIVES GARNER--The Hancock enmity basketball tournament will be held here Feb. 2fi and 27. Drawings in (he first bracket pit Cor with against Woden and Goodell against Klemme, and in the second bracket show Britt playing Garner, Kanawha meeting Crystal Lake and Hayfield drawing a bye. Britt will play Garner here Friday night and Northwood is here Feb. 19, to complete the pie- tournament schedule. l - l c f c r e - l - j r.K Hull t-s ... UK W a l l a c e f-r . Wooil f ... --K'*y i - c - t Gorman r-e . Cookntan I l l e p n c r g-c . , III stoecker e . in Major I :l Cooper f li Kruner s . .. 'Z Brijblne f .. II B a n u i n r ' · I SCO I! j Ft 1NR I'T.M M. C. Totals 71)1 1 1 7 RH t i l l Hi-: :;»·· Opt. Tolali SIX I«(i a.-f K I ||/ fi s IS. BIG FOUR STANDINGS I W I, Pel. Waterloo Eust . . -1 n 1.000 Waterloo West . .. S 1 750 MASON CITY ....I 3 .250 Forl Dotlge 0 4 .000 FRIDAY GAMES Waterloo East at MASON,CITY Fort Dodjre at Waterloo West. , SEASON'S U K C O U U X e u - t o n :ll; Mohawks 1C. Mohawks y:: : M n s c a t u i c 111. Clear Lake Hi; Mohau-ks 15, Mohawks 'Jti; A l b e r t Lea. Minn.. Waterloo West .'IK; .Moliau-ks "" D a v e n p o r t :!.-; Mohawks 111". M a r K h a l U o n n Mi M o h a w k s I'!, M o h a t v k s I I I ; Eltlora :; I. IMohawks IS; Charles (Jity I I . Waterloo Last I U : Mohawks Hi A u s t i n . M i n n . , 3|; Mohaivk'l '-M. ^Fohatvks 2U; Fort Dotljre -'tf. Davennort :U; M o h a w k s r'. M u s e a l l n e ··:,: M o h a w k s so. A l b e r t Lea. Minn.. 33; Mohawks 17. Mohawks : t l : Charlc.s C i t y ',,'!. Waterloo West :!7; M o h a w k s 2J. A u s t i n , Minn., 2; Mohawks 2 t . Mason City will have a doubtful honor Friday night--provided that the Mohawks spill Waterloo East when the- Orange team invades the local basketball court for an 8 o'clock game. The Mohawks may be able to beat the undefeated league leaders--but i£ they do, they'll likely succeed in pushing another team into first place in the Big Four conference. Of course, that will mean that the Mason Cityans will have second notch to themselves in the circuit. If Mason City can defeat Waterloo East, Waterloo West is likely to defeat Fort Dodge and share the top berth of the league with its local rival. And of course, if Mason City loses to Waterloo East, and the favorite West team comes through over Fort Dodge, there will be no change in the standings. If Mason City should lose while Fort Dodgi wins, however, the Mohawki, would be dumped right down to the bottom of the ladder to keep the Dodgers company. Shaking up his lineup again Coach J. A. "Judge" Grimsley announced Thursday that he intended to start Jack Wallace Leland Huff, Howard Gorman Wayne Wood and Everett Fletcher in Friday night's game--provided that Fletcher's badly sprained thumb, which he jammed into a ball at practice Wednesday, gels into shape for use. Huff and Wallace would hold the forward iobs with Gorman nt center and Wooc and Fletcher at guard in th combination. Olympic Champ Will Jump in East Event BOSTON, (UP)--Corny 'Johnson Of Compton junior college, California, 1936 Olympic titleholder, is listed as an entry in the high jump at the B. A. A. games next Saturday. Johnson is co-holder of (ho world's outdoor record for the high j u m p together with Dave AI- britton, Ohio State, who will also perform, and .shares w i t h Ed . Burke, Marquctte, the indoor high jump record. Latimer Wins, Sets Chapin in Loop Leac LATIMER--Kansell high schoo lost to Latimer, 51 to 29, here Wednesday night, dropping from the lead of the Franklin/ county conference as Chapin was pushec into first place. Hicks led Latimer with 23 points, while Robert scored 14. Schwab counted 10 an( Lovin eight for Hansell. The local girls lost 37 to 15. Purdue to Draw in Crowd at Cage Mix CHAMPAIGN, 111., (0)--For the f i f t h straight game this season, the men's new gymnasium at the University of I l l i n o i s will be jammed Monday night when (lie lllini leaders of the rousing Big Ten basketball title race, tackle Purdue. C. E. Bowen, Illinois ticket manager, announced the latest sellout of 7,000 scats last night, four days in advance of the game. Ali Baba Loses to Star of Grunters ST. LOUIS, (UP)--Everett Marshall, recognized in five states as world's heavyweight wrestling champion, Wednesday night retained his title claims after Ali Baba, bewhiskered Kurd, was disqualified for tossing him out of the ring four times. Before Ihc 30 minute battle began an agreement ban-ing such tactics as throwing one another out was reached. The referee warned the 205 pound Ali Baba three times then disqualified him the'fourth; · · · · " . · · ' , FRIDAY CHOICE : HUFF WALLACE GORMAN FLETCHER WOOD North Iowa to Find Teams in Final Stretch Loop Races'Draw Near to Close as Preps Eye Tourney Games. BASKETBALL STANDINGS M I T C H E L L C O U N T Y C O N F E R E N C E W. I.. -I'd. l i l c l i r l l -, i ,t-,r, Orchard . . . . . ' . . . . , ' . 5 - 3 .^11 Carpenter I ;; .5,1 Otraitto I -i .:*»! LHllc Cetlar II .- .;','..-, M c l n l i r e n T .1113(1 SEVEN EAGLES C O N r U K U N U E IV. L. I'd. G o o u e l l S II 4.IIIHI K a n a w h a I; :! ,;,TII v l e m m e .1 2 . 7 1 1 ·Voileii :l r, .:i;r, Crystal Lake 1 * .I:!.". U a y l i e l i l . . - , . . : . . . , it 7 .null Conference conlests, on a good- sized schedule, will be nearing llieir windup for the season this wesk-end in North Iowa, as high school .and junior college basketball teams prepare for coming county, sectional and slate contests. Mason Cily has a busy weekend, with Ihe Mohawks playing LIST HAYFIELD Hayliclcl high school, not included in the announcement of sectional basketball assignments by the Associated Press Wednesday, should be listed in Class B at Clear Lake, it was announced Thursday. two basketball games on Friday and Saturday, in' addition to grappling in a conference meet on the latter date. The Trojans also play Friday night, with St. Joseph's on the Sunday card. Friday's contests, unless otherwise indicated, are shown as follows in the Globe-Gazette schedule book: BASKETBALL Junior College. MASON- C1TV al Mar.ihalltonu Cherokee at Webslee Cily Sheldon at Fort Dotlec. W o r l h l n c t o n , Minn., at Eslhcrville Emniet.sburK at Eapje Gro're W a l d o r f (Forest City) at Martin Luther Ncw Dim, Minn.) ( S a l . ) High School. Waterloo East at M A S O N C1TV ( B i s Four) M A S O N CITY at Newton (Sal.) St. Patrick's ( D o u g h e r t y ) at ST. JOSEPH'S (Sun.) Fort Police at Waterloo West ( B i j Four) R c i u b e c k at Eldora Deem ah al Charles Cily N l i I ) Charles Cily at W a t e r l o o East ( S a l . ) H a m p t o n al Algona (NC) Shell Rack at Allison (I1C) (Sal.) Armstrong at Swca City SI. Cecilia's ( A l g o n a ) al F r e a c u l a l i o ( W M U e m o r e ) Teachers Uijh (Cedar F a l l s ) 'at A c k l e y Renwick al Corwilh ( B Y ) Iuverne al G n h l l i c l i l (11V) Livcrmore at B o d e B V ) Brill al G a r n e r (Nl) Bancroft, at Rurt Waukon al Crcsco Kitjrle d r o v e al C l a r i o n ( N O ) I l u m o n t at New Hartford (DC) Towa Falls at Baw.s K E n m c l s b n r ? a t E s t h c r v i l l c ( L a k e ^ ) Arnold's Park at F c n t o n F l o y d a t I t i i d i l F r e i i c r i c h s b u r p a l S u n n i e r G o o d e l l at Kunawha ( S L ) Ccncvii al C l i a n i n (Thur.) l l a y f l n l i l a l U l e m m c I S L ) S h e f f i e l d a l j l a m n l o n ( c i r l ^ ) H a n s c l l at A. I. 1). ( l ) c s M n i n r ) ( S a t , ) n r i e e l y n , M i n n . , n l Iviester, M i n n . Lime S n r i n ^ K al Lima O e h v c i n nl New H a m p t o n ( N r l ) fireene at Nashua A r l i n g t o n at 1'nrker.shiirj: (IUT) Waverly (rescrve.s) at P U i n f i e l d Seneca nt W h i l t c m p t r U'eslcy al TitiKlld Worlrn al Crystal I . j k c ( S K I I'ayctlc a( Weil U n i o n WRESTLING Hirrh School. W a t e r l o o West at MASON C I T Y ( B i s F o u r ) (Sat.) I'afflc G r o v e at B u r L Crcsco at Waterloo East Efdora at Grlnnetl BUTTER CAGERS LEAD TICKET OF LEAGUE SCRAPS Corn Country Wins to Get Top Notch in Y Loop Over Baker Five. Butter Side'Up! COMMERCIAL LEAGUE 11ASKKTBALL S T A N D I N G S ( S e c o n d R o u n d ) \V. I.. C'ounlry lid" Ilr I I'd. J.non Trojan Cagers Travel to Get Friday Action Vlarshalltown to Be Host for Mason City in Go Listed on Friday. PROBABLE LINEUPS TASON CITY MAliSHALI.TOWN U T H E R L A N B ..Coach DICKINSON ·ane .r. Nniilen Jslitr ....F Botiner ncll C... I'nrrcnv Icrl G Wallace h e c k l e r G Eliler T I . M K : 8 o'clock FRIDAY 1'LACE: M a r s l i a l l t o u n high school M a r s h a l l - S w i t l ' . I'alisl 1 a .:I:KI Dcclirr's 1 ·· .nilil nniiilllnu's u :i .UDI) W E D N E S D A Y ' R E S U L T S D E C K E R ' S -- M l [HAMILTON'S-- '!! s it lit. (r u ft Carroll f I II l | l l i t i i n n n f .*, II 2 Lincicnm f :! li l ) | l ) a n t o r l h I n 11 I) Nelson I II 2 H j S k u s l e r [ 1 [I S I t l i o l l c :i x l | W c M c l 5 o Z n II Sncii r :s « i[Woii E a i; s Wollc f 1 llx-HI'oshusta f 1 0 0 TOTALS 1:1 1 IlTOTALS U 8 U X Technical f o u l . Score by q u a r t e r s : DECKER'S jn 111 «ii :m HAMILTON'S 1 111 i n 2.1 l-'rcc throws missed: Dcckcr'b I; Hamilton's U. SIAII. anil STT--.-cill'AUST--18 Ilromvcr R j a n f C u n n e l l v H a w k s j Sutcr c rt iri -I II OJTracy f !l II O J Z a n u c r f 7 II » | H r u N s v u l i l r fi II i|,Matlii.Tson f :; 0 J^CIirisl'scn c I K o n c c k y £ ]Coan g I? 11 p! 2 II II II 1 II II II {I II TOTALS :;» 0 ^(TOTALS 8 2 3 Score by quarters: M A R S H A L L and S W I F T 1(1 10 Sit .111 PAnST'S 11) )·; 15 18 1'rce throws missed: Marshall and S w i l l 3; I'alist 1. UIA. IIK.EAII-- ·::: (CORN C'NTKV---n fir » pM it it pi Ituycr f Ucrbcner f Humphrey C IMacDnnald c Lane c Hum* K Isaacson s 1 II n l J o h r i s n n f I It 0 [ T h u r t l e I I :f 2 | A n i l c r s o n c : :l OII.IT. f ·i tt l i K r u i ; s e l ; t tt J!jraul K ii i) ni : (T ·» 2 n n i 2 ii i II 0 I TOTALS R n -ilTOTALS 10 i U Score uy q u a r t e r s : C O R N C O U X T I I V 3 7 I I D I A M O N D T1RHAD 7 I I Tt; ·»· I'rcc thron-s inlsscd: tiixntand Dread Corn Countrj- it. C O N F E R E N C E S : N K I . N o r t h e a s t Iowa; NC, North Central; HC, Flutter County; I1V, Bonne Valley; NI, North Iowa; SE, Seven I C a z l e s . WINNIE EARNS PISTOL HONOR Mason City Expert lo Get Medal After Shooting 264 for Record. WASHINGTON--W. K. Winnie of Mason City, Iowa, has been awarded the medal of expert pistol shot in the qualification courses conducted by the National Rifle association, according to an announcement made at the headquarters of that group here. This rating is the highest award attainable in any one year, and is second only to the rating of distinguished pistol shot, which is achieved after three years rating as an expert. These qualification tests are carried on under the supervision of the N. R. A. as a measure ot the marksmanship ability of the shooters throughout the country. The f i r i n g ' i s done on an indoor range over a specified course ot fire consisting of slow, timed anil rapid fire at a distance of 50 or GO feet. By q u a l i f y i n g expert, with a score of 2G4, Winnie demonstrat- Corn Country's giant-killers stepped out in front in the Commercial league race at the Y. M. C. A. Wednesday night, edging out Diamond Bread 24 to 22 to earn a clear claim to first place, at the same time shoving the Bakers into a second place tic with Marshall and Swift. Largely responsible for the Bul- termakers' showing was Phi] "Pop" Thurtle, former University of Iowa gridder, who scored six fieldgoals and two free throws io pare his learn to victory. Corn Country's winning basket, however, was tipped in by Jim Anderson, pivotrnan for the league lead- I ers. j Bakers Weaken Late. Mickey MacDonakl, center foi Ihe Bakers, led a Diamond Bread offense which weakened consid- crably in the last quarter, scoring a trio of fieldgoals and three more charity shots. * Marshall and Swifl's powerhouse swamped Pabst 56 lo 18 in retaining a clutch on the runnerup position with Diamond Bread. Every Cleaner scored at least twice from the field, the ringleaders o the savage offense were Pal Ryan who bucketed nine fieldgoals; Cec Connelly, good for seven from th field; and Gene Hawks, credited with six more. Hold Cleaners Down. . After holding the Cleaners to a 10 to 10 score at the quarter the hapless Brewers saw their oppon ents draw out in front with a furious attack which put them 40 ti 12 ahead, and from there on i was a simple victory for the Cleaners. Hamilton's cagers suffered the! third successive defeat and re maincd cellar tenants as Decker' won a 30 lo 24 game, with .lohnnj Carroll and Harry Rholl cad scoring eight points for the win ners. Jim H i n m a n wns high poin man for tlic game, however, Ih Collegians' forward scoring fiv times from the field. Calmar High Loses to Elgin Hoopster CALMAR -- The Calmar higl school first team lost a fast garni to the Elgin five, 22 to 20. The reserve team won its game from El gin, 20 to 14. Popejoy Wins Once in Two Cage Tests POPEJOY--Rowan high school defeated the local girls' basketball team 38 to 16, in a doubleheader Wednesday night, while the home boys won 27 to 22. GAZETTE SPORTS SE LOOP CLUBS TO SPEND GASH ON SOUTHERN TRIPS Half Million Dollars to Go for Training as Major 1 earns Open Year. NEW .YORK, (/P)--Major league baseball clubs will spend approximately $000,000 in spring training 'his season, with the New York Jshcr c - I - K .ell t-c-g I c r t 5 .. . · h c c k l c r g \nd'on c - f . SEASON'S S C O R I N G Sliols FG IT I-TM IT ... J7» iui ^-; i. :'.n !: :u 10 1:1 n JIM ^:i :i ii -in ni ·M X 1-, III ~.l il. C. T o t a l s (1|S O p l . Totals . out lull UK III I'M ofiH SEASON'S niiconu Diamond Bread :tl; Trojans '^K. Trnjaiis i l l ; A l u m n i 2y. Trojulis ICi: U l a n , n , n l lrc:it] 13. Mar.iliaH ami Sn-m :i!l: Trojans I't. Carleton F r e s h m e n t!K; Trojans "I. Trojans :*7; Fort noilgc :!!J. Trojans :IG: L u t l i c r Ucscrvcj, :!7, Trojans .H; M a r s l i a l l t n u - n -'8. Trojans II; I.uthcr Reserves' '.',T. Trojans SZ; L M l i c r v l I l c 2S. Carleton I'reshmen -17; Trojans I''. Trojans fit E a t l t c r r l l l o 34. Mason City junior college will get n a practice session on the court vhere the state jaysee tournament s to be held when the Trojans .our to Marshalltown Friday night .0 play W. A. "Wad" Dickinson's Tiger cagers. And the contest may be something more than a practice session, at that, for Marshalltown will be looking for revenge, after the 44 to 28 beating the Trojans handed the Tiger squad up here on the night of Jan. 26. Don Elder, veteran guard fot the Tigers, kept his team in the ball game by scoring 14 points w h e n Marshalltown appeared lore. Gale Lane, Trojan forward, reached his favorite total of 19 joints to lead the attack against :he Tigers here. Jack Goes South as Wife Has Operation MIAMI BEACH, Fla., (UP) -Mrs. Hannah Williams Dempsey, wife of Jack Dempsey, underwent an appendicitis operation Wednesday at St: Francis hospital. Dr. H. D. Adkins, who performed t h e operation, reported Mrs Dempscy's condition was "satisfactory." Tlic wife of the former king of the heavyweights was stricken early Wednesday at her hotel. She was rushed to a hospital but the operation wns delayed scvera hours until it was determined tha Dempsey, who was in New York would be unable lo reach here by plane in lime lo be with her. iants' $60,000 oppirig the list. trip to Havana These figures represent the cost transporting raining camps, players to paying all the enses in training, and bringing hem back to their respective ma- or league cities lor opening ;amcs. While most clubs get a minor guarantee from interests in the cities where they train, only live ire understood to have received ubstantial advances this season. They are the Giants and St. Louis Cardinals in the National league, md the New York Yankees, Phil- idclphia Athletics and Detroit Ti- lers in the American. iUost Lose Money, Despite the guarantees, most .earns figure lo lose money on the trips. The Giants estimate their deficit will be around $20,000, in spite of perhaps the largest guarantee of the season. They were induced to go to Havana by a Cuban brewer, who already has deposited their advance in a New York bank. Tlic Cincinnati Reds are turning down a guarantee from Puerto Rican interests to return to Tampa. The Reds have a contract to go to the island, but General Manager Warren Giles already iias taken steps to break it. The greatest innovation of the training season is the Athletics' trip all the way lo Mexico City. Schedule Cut Down. Their schedule of spring games has been greatly curtailed, but their guarantee should make up for this. The Cards also have changed camps to improve the state of the exchequer, shifting from Bradenton, FJa., to Daytona Beach because of greater financial inducements. President Sam Brearion preferred Ihc calm Bradcnton weather to the wind of the east coast, but decided to make the change anyway. Receipts of teams training on the Pacific coast this year are expected to be larger, because the coast league has abandoned its rule against playing major league teams. Yanks in Texas. The Yankees are playing Texas league teams again this spring because the Texas league has stopped pegging the gate receipts split at SO per cent. Though a split is the usual agreement, the Yanks have received as high as 80 pe cent. The Tigers will return to Lakeland, Fla. Players will not receive their first 1937 checks u n t i l around May 1, but they will live well, nevertheless. The Giants, for example, pay all food checks or give each player S4.50 a day lo pay his own. Sport Head to Seek Jim, Joe to Sign Pacts Chicago Backers Asking lo Close Deal for Tussle Within Few Days. CHICAGO, ( U P ) -- C h a i r m a n Joe Triner of the Illinois athletic commission has requested Champion James J, Braddock and Joe Louis lo appear before the commission Feb. 18 or 19 to sign articles for a title fight here next summer. "We want to close for this fight right away," Triner said after a conference Wednesday with Sheldon Clark, president of the sporting club of Illinois promoting the match. "Since the park board has delayed action one week on our application to lease Soldier Field, we will have to delay signing until next Thursday or Friday. "The board meets Tuesday. Louis fights in Kansas City on Wednesday and Braddock has an engagement to referee in New York the same night. We plan ti bring them together as soon us they arc free." The park board must considei whether Soldier field will be available for sporting Mike Jacobs can .dicker "over the rental Ice. If the city insists on the 23 pci cent fee suggested, the site may be shifted lo Cumiskey park ovei Die objection of Joe Gould, manager of Braddoclc. Gould called off the first scheduled signing when the While Sox ball park came inlo the bidding. STATE BOARD IUAN APPROVES BIG BOUT MIAMI BEACH, Fla., (UP)-George F. Gctz, member of the Illinois state athletic commission Wednesday night gave his unquali fiecl approval to the proposec heavyweight title match in Chi cago between Champion James J Braddock and Joe Louis. He said he had been in commun Ication with chairman Joe F. Trin er, of the Illinois commision, an felt confident- "that all forces i Chicago will unite to make th the club fight before the and co-promotci cd his ability for consistent shooting which entitles him lo a position among the best shots.,Q( the country. ' ' , \y POWER Battery design has changed as much as car design in the last 5 years. Don't try to run a car in 1936 on a battery buiJc for the needs of 1930. 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University o[ Minnesota at Minne apolis Saturday, Coach Robert : Simpson still is reluctant to pre diet the strength of his team. Trials during the ' past fo\ weel;s reveal the Cyclones nv especially strong in the 440 yar dash and the pole vault. LOU AMBERS IS WINNER IN BOUT WITH DAVE DAY Ihicago Boy Takes Loss as Champion Wins Six Out of Ten Frames. NEW YORK, (UP) -- Light- veight Champion Lou Ambers von a close non-title decision Vcclncsday night over Darey Day if Chicago, the Illinois commis- ioifs No. 1 challenger, a f t e r 10 urious rounds of fighting before norc t h a n 4,nOO fans at the Hip- loclromc. Many of the fans thought Ihe itiingy, dark-haired middle-westerner had beaten the champion, nd the decision was booed loud- y. Wins Six Rounds. However, according to the score heel, the "Herkimor Hurricane" von six rounds to three for Davey, while the fourth was rated even. It was a split verdict, as far is the officials were concerned. 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