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TEN APRIL 6 1934 Boxing show listed for Mason City armory Friday, April 13. Tompkins to battle in main event of card. E*GAZETTE S North lowans listed in awards at Iowa State, will take posts in Hawkeye relay team at Kansas trials. Out of the PRESSBOX Pay B; 41, MITCH! a Visit To anyone interested in game preservation for North Iowa, something special Is offered at the Y. M. C. A. hobby show. It would be worthwhile for any outdoor sportsman to take a trip to the Y. M. C. A., just to see the exhibit of the state fish and game department. * * * The material shown fa the property of the state body, the exhibit being prepared here by Fred T. Schwob, deputy game warden. ·« * * Just a list of the items contained in the setup would take a great deal of space. For Instance: A map of the state's pheasant areas; colored pictures of .game birds in their natural homes; literature on the work of the state fish and game commission, are three things shown. » * * In addition -- hundreds of peltg, taken from Iowa game law violators, and including: fac- coon, mink, muskrat, red fox, and civet, take np nearly » third of the corner provided for the exhibit * * *.. A bird feeding box, and a small screen for the display of slides and motion pictures concerning game and game preservation are found, as well as maps and drawings explaining plans of quail and fish conservation. * * * Most Interesting section of . the exhibit Is the model upland : bird feeding station, which In- closes five pheasants -- very much alive--wlthto a corn: utalk fence. Two sliver laced : birds, an albino cross between the Chinese and silver laced . varieties, and a golden and ring- neck cross are among the birds 'included In the group. * * » A model river bed has been set up, to occupy another prominent part of the exhibit, showing in miniature the aids to fish propagation--rock and Jock dams, deflectors, and other artificial helps, typical of those set up by conservation corps workers through the state. .; » * * Just one thing is a bit out of keeping with North Iowa outdoor life, that being the baby alligator who sleepily reclines , In a glass-covered cake pan on _"~tha bank ol the model.'.'river." ·MJ. But it's all worth.seeing;- GIANTS MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- George Watkins, the outfielder obtained by the New York Giants from St Louis in a trade for George Davis, appears to be justifying Manager Bill Terry's judgment. His fielding has been one of the features of the series with Cleveland and he has been hitting aa well as any of the champions. BOXING-Friday ARMORY-APRIL 13 4 --MAIN EVENTS'--4 9 -- GREAT BOUTS -- 9 40 -- ROUNDS -- 40 BARGAIN PBICES: BALCONY I Me MAIN FLOOR 66C KINGSIDE 90c LADIES 2!c PLUS 1AX Seat Sale Saturday at Stoddard Alleys and United Cigar store VETERAN BLUEGE TO AID NAT CAUSE CUBS TO BATTLE WASHINGTON FOR TWO BALL GAMES White Sox Pitching Seems to Be Straightened Out As Horlers Turn Home. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MEMPHIS, Term'., .April 6.--The veteran Ossie Bluege, with his new shatter-proof spectacles, looks like a sure bet to hold down third base when the Washington Senators start gunning for the American league pennant. He didn't hurt his chances any with'a couple of scorching singles yesterday and the inauguration of a brace of snappy double plays as the Nats tucked away an 11 to 4 exhibition came with the Memphis Chicks. CUBS CHICAGO: The Chicago Cubs were on the last leg of their journey lome, to open tomorrow what they hope will be a preview of the 1934 world series, with the Washington Senators. The Cubs meet Joe Cronin's club Saturday and Sunday. WHITE SOX EL PASO, Tex.: The Chicago White Sox pitching situation appears to be straightening out. The efforts of the Sox hurlers early in the training season almost bad Manager Lew Fonseca wild. Since strating home in company with the Pittsburgh Pirates, Ted Lyons, Whit Wyatt, John Pomorski and Sam Jones have started to show signs of being ready. KED SOX TUSCALOOSA, Ala.: At-last--a led Sox pitcher who can go nine nnings at top speed without the aid if mirrors. Husky Harris is all pepped up over Rube Walberg's performance at Jacksonville, Fla., yesterday. Rube not only held the Baltimore Orioles to three hits, but also bated In two of the Red Sox runs in heir one big Inning and enabled .he Harrlsmen to. get back into a winning stride. The score was 3 to 1. BARNWELL, S.; Car.--The Boston Braves atop off here for a game with Albany; then go on to Washington. Everyone is watching Hal Lee these days. Hal is holding down Rabbit Maracville's second base assignment and is fielding well. Bill McKechnie, however, is reserving comment until he sees how Lee will show up on double plays. IIGERS LAKELAND, Fla.--Trimmed by the St Louis Cards, 4 to 2, the Detroit Tigers came back to the winter training .quarters to meet Montreal of the International league in a two game series. Two of. the Tiger casualties, Pitcher Rowe and Manager Mickey Cochrane are expected to see action for a few innings. YANKEES BIRMINGHAM, Ala.--Only time will tell -whether the New York Yankees' latest "murderers' row" will be able to compare with the old but there's no doubt it carries plenty of punch. The team has averaged ,better than six runs a game (Turn to Market Page) VICK HANNAH and His West Coasters 11 radio artists known throughout the west and northwest as a headline attraction. An international band in song and rhythm that is different.' Armory-April 7 75c PASS-OTTT PPTVTT.F.fiF.S dfc ^J PASS-OUT PRIVILEGES M. C. A. PRESENTS CHARLIE AGNEW AND HIS ORCHESTRA, FEATURING EMRIE ANNE LINCOLN AND DUSTY ROADS DIRECT FROM STEVENS HOTEL, CHICAGO BREEZY POINT CHARLES CITY, IOWA TUESDAY, APRIL 17 North lowans Listed With Fast Relay Teams TELEPHONE MAKES DEBUT IN SWIMMING Swimmers are being taught by telephone in San Francisco these days. Phil Patterson, swimming coach, has invented a headset for swimming pupils. The headset consists of specially prepared, watreproof telephone transmitters and receivers. The coach stands at the edge of the pool and talks to his pupil in the water, coach and pupil being connected by means of a telephone writer. Left to right, Phil Patterson Instructing Virginia Robinson and. Betty Hind. BIRUM-OLSON AT HIGH COUNT FOR NIGHT'S BOWLING Budweiser Takes Pair With No Opposition; Schmidt Loses to Auto Team. FRIDAY GAMES Gallagher's Pontiacs vs. Stoddard Stone Products, 1 and 2. Benkel's Ready-Mix vs. Blumer's Golden Glow, 3 and 4. Budweiser took three games by 'orfeit, and Birum-Olson won a pair 'rom the Schmidt City club outfit in Thursday night bowling at the City league. The Budweiser team won by the forfeit route since Stude- bker Six was the listed opposition. Slow contests, without big scores, were on the evening program. R. E. Finlayson was high for the night with 584 for a series total, but his high single of 213 was tied by F. Schmidt, who rolled that figure in his second game. T. Clausen registered a 212 and F. Evers an even 200, to complete Be list. No. 1,000 and no 600 were jowled. The postponed contest be- ween the Hugh Davey and Lyons Cleaners teams will be bowled Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock by agreement of the captains. KLEIN, YOUNG PLAYERS HELP IN '34 PLANS (Continued from pace ,9) to his remarkable hitting average of .368. Frankly, I think he is the out- standing'player in the league. I've seen him hit outside his own park with great results. My outfield is a puzzler, and I have a lot of i combinations worked' -out Which are nard to, explain on paper --but anyone of which should be efr fective. Faith In Herman. I have a great deal of 'faith in Floyd (Babe) Herman, and I think he will come back after his hitting slump of last year to pound the ball better than ever. If he does, one combination I have been consider ing strongly would put Babe at right field, Klein in center, with Riggs Stephenson and Stainback sharing left field, provided Tuck gets off on the right foot But you can't very well leave a great player like Hazen (KiKi) Cuyler on the bench. I may work him in right field this season. The Chicago fans want to see new faces and I think they will see a group of determined young players who, with the old heads, are going to send us right up to the top. THREE OF WORLD RECORDS BROKEN A. A. U. Standard Also Falls in Swimming Meet at Ohio U Tank. COLUMBTJS, Ohio, April 6. UB-- Sunk in the waters of Ohio State university's new natatorium today are three world swimming records and an A. A. TT. standard, the crop of the first day's contests in - the National A. A. U. indoor meet. The New York Athletic club, defending its title, is dead-locked with the University of Michigan, runner- up in the A. A. U. meet last year and winner of last week's intercollegiate championships here, with 11 points each. The Newark Athletic club is third with five points, trailed by Chicago Lake Shore club and Northwestern with 3 each, and the Olueyville Boys club from Providence, R. L, the Nautilus club of Miami, Fla., and the Columbus A. C. with one each. The new world records were set by Al Vande Weghe of the Newark, N. J., A. C., 1:36.9 for the 150-yard back stroke; Taylor Drysdale of the University of Michigan, who swam one heat of the 300-yard medley in 3:35.4, and Jack Medica, whose time was 4:16 for the 400-yard free stye. Walter Spence, of Rutgers and the New York A. C., set a new meet record of :51.1 for the 100-yard free style. Chapman Faces Dunlap in North and South Tourney PINEHURST, N. Car., April e. UP) --Dick Chapman, New England champion of 1930, came back to test his golfing skill against George T. Dunlap, Jr., national amateur champion, in finals of the annual north and south amateur golf tounament. GRICKLE SLATED IN LOCAL FIGHT Leonard Johnson to Battle With Emmetsburgh Boy in Armory Show. ·Vern Grickle. Emmetsburg light- neavyweight was "Friday selected" by Promoter Joe Kelly to oppose Leonard Johnson, "The Wild Bull of Winnebago county" In one of the 6 round bouts of the 40 round boxing card at the armory, Friday, April 13. Grickle is the fighter who a tew months ago spotted Mike Wolf e of Forest City 20 pounds and defeated him in a preliminary bout which was featured by three knockdowns. The Emmetsburg mauler has been boxing in Chicago, In recent months, where he has gained an impressive record, winning 20 bouts out of 22 starts. Johnson, since his last appearance here against Bob Punteney of Waterloo a few months ago, has met Earl Mason of Albert Lea, Minn., .to whom he lost a decision, and in a recent visit to ~Mason City, stated that he would like a rematch with the "Packing House Kid" or Joe Goeders of Emmetsburg. The Forest City battler, in the years that he has appeared in local rings, has always been a tonic to boxing and is the most colorful boxer that has peared for Kelly. Three names have been submitted to Promoter Kelly as possible opponents for Kid Rippley, popular Charles City battler, for the first of the 6 rounders. Arnie Arnold of St Paul, Al Pahl of Sioux City, and Lou Taylor of Davenport, are on the list JUMPS OFF SHIP ON JOURNEY FOR DAVIS CUP GAME (Continued from page 9) three members of the team, Hideo Nishimura, national champion, Jiro Fujikara and Jiro Yamagishi, continued their voyage to Europe and the Davis cup campaign. Satoh -was Japanese champion in 1931 but was succeeded last year by Ryosuke Nunol who was in turn de throned by Nishimura. Rudd High'School to Open Baseball Early by Nora Springs Tilt RTJDD, March 6.--The baseball schedule of Rudd high school, including the county tournamenl pairings, is as follows: April 11--Nora Springs, there. April 20--Marble Bock, there. April 23--^oanty tournament, first round Bodd and Boekford at Floyd, Marble Bock and Colwcll at Rudd. April 25--Connty tonmamcnt, second roanti. Kors Springs and Floyd at Knddi winners o! first round on neutral diamond. April 28--Finals, county tournament, losers of first round, 1 o'clock! winners of first ronnd la final. May 4--Open. May 8--Plymonth, here. May 11--Marble Rock, hen. May 15--Roekford. here. May 25--Nora. Springs, here. The income limit for unemployment insurance in England may be raised from ?1,250 to ?2,500 a year BOSTON RED SOX, REDS, PHILLY IN DRASTIC CHANGES (Continued from page 0 ias a most familiar'look, except for Boston, where a broken leg forced the inimitable Rabbit Maranville Tom. second base, something time couldn't do. The Braves are still trying to fill that role, the only one in their infield -of 'Buck"Jordan; Bill Urbanski and Pinky Whitney. Single changes, or none at all, mark the rest of the National league teams. Travis Jackson is back at shortstop for the Giants, ousting Blondy Ryan, and big Dolph Camilli will spell Chrley Grimm at first base for the Cubs. Tommy Thevenow, a veteran, and Harry Lavagetto, recruit, are battling for Tony Piet's place at second for the Pirates. The Cards made no changes and the problem of where to fit Linus Frey into the Brooklyn infield was settled when the flashy youngster was beaned recently. Most Interesting Change. The Yankees are making the most interesting-American league experiment with Red Rolfe at shortstop and Don Heffner at second, duplicating a similar venture with Mark Koenig and Tony Lazzeri that turned out so well in 1926. The Browns are making the most necessary repairs, fitting Slick Alan Strange in at shortstop and Harland Clift at third with Rogers Hornsby himself in reserve. . The Senators and Athletics stood pat, the former on Joe Kuhel, Buddy Myer, Joe Croain and Ossie Bluege, the latter on Jlmmie Foxx, Dib Williams, Eric McNair and Frank Higgins. Both the Indians and White Sox have new first, basemen, Hal Trosky and Zeke Bonura, respectively. The Tigers have about decided flashy Salty Parker will do at short,.with BUI Rogell on third until further notice. Players-- 1st 2nd F. O'Ncll .... 129 194 Nrmmcrs .. 199 191 1. Doe 155 15! B. Flnlayion 196 213 M. BnshEens M9 138 Busy Spring List of Sports Is Ready for Iowa State Athlete: AMES, April 6. CSV-It's going to be a busy spring for Iowa State college athletes. The track team will compete in six meets while the baseball squad will play 14 games, half of them on the home diamond. The track schedule approved by the athletic council follows: April SI--Kansas relays at Xawrenw. April 27--Drake relays at Bes Moines. Mar 4--Missouri at Ames. May 13--State mtet at Giinnell. May 18-19--BlR six meet at Lincoln. May 26--Drake at Des Mnlnes. THE BASEBALL SCHEDULE April ,7--Simpson at Ames. April 13--lotm at Iowa Cltp-. April 14--Iowa at Iowa City. April 20--Iowa at Ames. April 21--Iowa at Ames. April 26--Iowa State Teachers at Ames. April 37--Iowa State Teachers at Ames. May 4--Nebraska at Lincoln. May S--Nebraska at Lincoln. May 10--Nebraska at Ames, May 11--Nebraska at Ames. May 17--State Trackers at Cedar Fan*. May 18--Upper-Iowa at Fayette. May 19--State Teachers at Cedar Falls Cerro Gordo 4-H Team Has Second Round Spol Cerro Gordo county was to fine second round opposition for its 4-H basketball team at the Waterloo state tournament Friday evening The Cerro Gordo team was cardec to meet the winner of the Benton- Black Hawk county contest. BUD1VEISER Actual Pins Handicap .. 3rd Tot. Av. 181 104 168 173 8S9 18B 133 463 IBS 178 584 19! 189 106 169 8B4 17 891 17 873 3818 17 SI 873 17 Total Fins . 871 908 800 2669 890 STUDEBAKEK SIX (Forfeit) BIBUM-OLSON COMPAJfY Players-- 1st S. Evcrs 148 R. Abbott .... 141 R. Gltt 148 IV. McVlker .. 148 Or. Meade .... ... R. Mcllem ... 149 Aetna! Pint . 134 Handicap-... 118 2nd 200 175 159 159 190 3rd 168 138 174 155 151 Tot. Av. Olfi 172 474 158 481 160 462 154 341 170 149 149 883 806 2423 S07 98 98 314 103 Total Fins . 852 981 904 2737 912 SCHMIDT'S CITY CLUB Players-- 1st 2nd F. Schmidt ... 147 213 VP. Strons . . . . 174 W. Howard ... 1B4 3. Eyan 171 T. Clausen .... 166 154 3rd 34J 139 153 125 212 Tot, AT. 305 188 439 146 496 105 471 157 536 178 Aetna! Pins , 812 858 773 2447 814 Handicap ... 101 101 101 . 303 101 Total Fins . 913 874 2746 915 Four Regulars Back on Baseball Squad at Garfield School GARFTELD, April 6.--Four regulars are all that remain of the 1933 Clay county baseball champions, the Garfield high school. Coach R. A. Poppen is building his team around Woodford, .last year's all-county pitcher, who will do most of the hurling again this season. Three regular outfielders returned for this year's campaign. They are Burklmrt, Wilson and Alexander. The schedule follows: April e--Dickens at Garfleld. Aurll 10--Cornell at Garfield. April 13--Garfield at Peterson. April 17--Webb at Garfield. April 20--lAhe Center at Garfield April 24--Garfleld at GUlett Grove. April 37, 28--County tournament. May 1--Glllet Grove at Garfleld. May 4--Open. May 8--Peterson at Garfleld. May 11--Garfleld at Rossle. Miiy IS--Open. May IS--Garfleld at Webb. 3Iay 2!h-0pen. GRAPEFRUIT LEAGUE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Cleveland (A) 4; New York (Nj 2 Brooklyn (N) 7; Boston (A) 6. St. Louis (N) 4; Detroit (A) 2. New York (A) 7; Birmingham (SA) 3. Boston (A) 3; Baltimore (IX) 1. Washington (A) 11; MempWs (SA) 4. Pittsburgh (N) 4; Chicago (A) 3. Chicago (N) IS; San Antonio (TL) 0. Newark (Hi) 3; Cincinnati (-N) DANCE AVALON BALL ROOM Sunset Inn, Manly Saturday, April 7 RED WILSON And His Famous Orchestra Tuesday, April 10 EARL HUNT And His Uptown Orchestra Ladies 25c Gents 40c Cook, Spencer Cretzmeyerin Runners List Bresnahan Planning for Strong Entries at Kansas Meet. IOWA CITY, April 6. UP)--Relay ;eams to restore the University of Iowa to its former place among the champions at the Kansas games now 'are in the process of construction. Coach George T. Bresnahan, especially famous for his mile teams and newly-appointed referee of the Lawrence carnival April 21, hopes to send strong half, mile, and shuttle hurdles quarters to the marks, lowans have won the Kansas mile more often than any other university, 4 times in 11 years. The record set by the 1926 team was broken only last year by Indiana. The half mile relay last was won y Iowa in 1932, and in that same meet the shuttle hurdles quartet :ied the record, but seven seasons save passed since the last mile riumph. Personnel of the hn,lf and mile :eams probably will be chosen from 3d Becker of Des Moines, Robert 2ook of Spencer, Russell Henry of Tingley, Bernard Page of Newton, and Captain Sidney Dean of Traer. 3ecker, Henry, Page, and Dean ran the half in 1:30.9, better than the American indoor record last month, while Cook, Henry, Page, and Dean formed the fastest indoor combination, 3:26.9. It appears that Iowa has the nucleus for a fast sophomore shut- Je hurdles team, with Graham Houlton of Council Bluffs, Francis Cretzmeyer of Emmetsburg, and Ray Latham of Cedar Falls, each of whom scored indoor meets. John Parker of Burlington and Clifford Berkey of Lone Tree are possible candidates for the other position. CARDINALS BRADENTON, Fla. -- Frank Frisch, manager of the St. Louis Cardinals, today announced the release of Tom Carey, youngster shortstop, back to Rochester, farm club. At the same time a left handed hurter named Ellston reported from the Rochester camp and threw them to the Cards for batting practice. Frisch yesterday used his revised batting order and obtained results in a 4 to 2 victory over the Detroit Tigers. NORTH IOWANS IN LIST OF HONORED I, S, C, ATHLETES Costigan, Thompson Get '37' Sweaters as Reward for Basketball Ability. AMES, April 6.--Athletic awards for the winter quarter sports at Iowa State college announced by Athletic Director George Veenker include 15 major, 2 manager, and 3 minor "I" sweaters and 32 freshman numerals. Following are the awards: Basketball--Mayor "I" winners: Chester Anderson, Burlington; Jack Cowen, Packwood; John Cowan, Crystal Lake, HI.; Edward Doty, Dallas City, HI.; Frank Hood, Oreston; Torvald Holmes, Ames; Waldo Wegner, Everly. Homer Batman, Ames, was awarded a minor letter and Richard Dennler, Merrill, received the manager's "I." Major Letters. Swimming--Major "I" winners: Jack Fries, Parkridge, HL; Russell Gerry, Ames; William Grant, Ancon, Canal zone; Richard Herrlck, Gloucester, Mass.; Richard Murphy and Alban Ogden, Des Moines; Harlie Zimmerman, Washington, HI.; Charles Friley, Ames. Minor letter winners were Karl Feise, Des Moines,-and Elbert Starbuck, Ames. Donald Stemberg, Des Moines, received the manager's award. Basketball numeral winners-Harlan Anderson, Cannon Falls, Minn.; Weldon Brown, Boone; Lawrence Costigan, Buffalo Center; Franklin Elliott, Bronson; Jack Flemming, Spirit Lake; John Garberson, Sibley; Dan Humphrey, Youngstown, Ohio; Clifford Kellogg, Ames; Donald Perkins, Des Moines; Harold Schafroth, Des Moines; Burton Thomson, Swea City; Kenneth Urquhart, Eldora; Irving Vigars, Eldora; Lawrence Zevitz, Freemont, Nebr. Numeral Awards. Swimming numeral winners-Dwight Bovey, Des Moines; Robert Burkett, Perry; Rex Conner, Tulsa, Okla.; Stanford Griffith, Fort Dodge, Charles Harding, Omaha; James Mummey, Boone, Don Ralya, Omaha; Bertel Smith, Ames. Wrestling numeral winners-Richard Brisbin, Eagle Grove; Cecil Cameron, Cresro; Marvin Gustafson, Clinton; Frank Lion, Shelby; Edmond Norton, Algona; Dale Phillips, Freeport, 111.; Ralph Ruggles, Ames; Leonard Seidell, Omaha; Marion Sprague, Lead, S. Dak.; Thomas Zbornik, Cresco. Wrestling "I" awards will not be made until after the National Amateur Athletic Union mat tourney here. OLD TIME DANCE DENISON CLUB ON NORTH ROAD TO CLEAR LAKE SATURDAY, APRIL 7 -- Music by -KELLY'S KELLODIANS TAP AND BOTTLED BEER PDBtTC INVITED . . . ADMISSION 25c PER PERSON with these STURDY Work Shoes SERVICE with COMFORT Extra quality double- stitched Retan leather uppers with tough, long wearing, Oak Bend leather soles. BOCKFORI Socks I l l m

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