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ALL-WESTERN 'CONFERENCE FIVE SELECTS ST. LOUIS CARDS EXPECT TO KEEP ON WINNING SIDE Club With Most Successful Farm System Believes It Has "Stuff to Win." By ALAN GOULD BRADENTON, Fla, March 10. UP)--The St. Uouis Cardinals, champions of the National league, have acqujred the winning habit and expect to Keep it. , They have won three pennants in five years, they have developed the moat successful farm system possessed by any club in the big leagues, and today they were enjoying the satisfaction of having taken two out of three exhibition games from the world's champion Athletics in Miami and Fort Myers Believe Victory,Possible. From their grilled pilot, Charles (Gabby) Street, down to the rawest rookie product of their famous ''chain store" sysfem, the Cardinals believe they have the stuff to win the National league race again. " "I knew we, had'a great club a year ago and it fulfilled my expectation s," said Sjtreetil" U--. think "we have a greater team this year. , ^ "We've got some 'outstanding stars but it's the combination as a whole that makes me confident. We've got one of the greatest all- around young players in Charley Gelbert-at-short.:With Frank Frisch at second, the combination has no equal, in my opinion Expect Wonderful Pitching. "We have wonderful pitching to expect from, such men" as Rhem, Halnes, Grimes,\Hallahan and John? son of last year's regulars. I do not hesitate to say we expect great things from two newcomers, "Dizzy" Dean, from'Houston, and Paul-Derringer, from Rochester." , Most of Street's worries are due to embarrassment! of riches. As he explained himself, he may be in the predicament of having seven or eight "starters" altho Johnson and Haines probably will be assigned to"special duty." Jimmy Wilson, v regarded as the most reliable all-around backstop in the league, w,ill do most of the catching, supported by young- Gus Mancuso and_ the veteran' Cuban, Hike Gonzales. , . ' Expect a Comeback. Street expects Jim Bottomley, to stage a big comeback at'first, but there,, is a' capable-. understudy, in Jimzay^Collins., FrijScbi'-Gelbert and 4 Sparky "Adams,- at third, round out , v the infiejd. 1 ' - ', V' * ' " ' ' , The outfield probably Will remain the, same, with Chick- Hafey in left, Taylor Douthit in center, George Watkins and Ray Blades alternating in right. Here again, Street has some fine newcomers, including Joe] Hunt, ex-football star, "Pepper" Martin, who hit .393 with' Rochester last year, and Al Moore, from Buffalo. ' ,. ,, Standings of Checker Players Is Announced CHARLES CITY, March 10.-- The fourth'annual checker tournament was brot to a close Sunday afternoon Following 13 a list of those wh'o took part and theii standings: W. P. 67 S E 43 Â« 38 37 35 23 21 Ccorse BISnck. Charles ~Clty 8 28 4 21 T. R. SlronE, 1 Cb'arlor'-Clty:'. 31 John J;'Ltdd; 'Charles City.. 2* Erwln karsen, Charles City'.. 24 P. C. .TutUe, :Nora Springs. .,22 a*Â·'Â·'. 1 .E, ;A. Choatek, Nora Springs 17:. 15 : . 8 Harry .Schrader, - Rudd...'... -14 -'16 '10 O, TV. Robeson. Charles City 12 -IS 13 Bert Friend, Charles City... 12 17 11 C. P. Ell,'Â·'Hilda.'..'.... 4 - . . . 8 ~2S 6 HOSE Allejl. Rudd ;i..'.. 9 28 BASKETBALL RESULTS By THB ASSOCIATED PRESS Central 30; Luther 26. . Minnesota 31; Ohio State 24. IMiehigan 29; Chicago 15. . BOXING Thursday* March 12 42-- ROUNDS-- 42 AUMOUY, .Auspice^ American Legion : - rsnim Corps Â·".Â· Â· -. DON . , KID ; HAMPTON vs.;, LEHR : EJIANK- . ' Â· ' - . - : '' SPARGO ''vs.' McGROOTY- (4-:Ilound*-- 6 ',Â· ; GORDON YOUNG STEWART vs. CASEY a--Hounds-- 8 SPEEDY HERU MAX CLAYTON vs. GOULD 6 -- Rounds -- 6 " , , JOE TURGEN KADUCE vs. TEBBEN 4^-- Rounds -- 1 / BtttT CARL HOWARD vs. NELSON -4-- Rounds -- i VAIXIE . RALPH KLINE vs. JOPNSON Â· 4^-- Rotmds^-l , KID; ,Â·-':' CHRIS WEAVER Vs. KRAMER '; 3-- Bounds -- 3 " . Â·' ONE OTHER BOUT Curley tJUrich, ^St-'PauI, Referee GET SEATS NOW! Boyd'a Cigar Store Phone 499 -- Ladies Soc, Kids 25o BE-.GAZETTE S RTS MASON CITY, IOWA,- MARCH 1931 GAGE TEAMS NEAR CLOSE OF 1930-1931 SEASON '- : Â· i* ' '- - Â·*- J TEAMING UP --By PAP FDR, HIS CM_t BOSS AGA//J s BIG 10 CAMPAIGN ENDS IN TIE FOR SECOND POSITION 'airings 'for District Play Are Complete; Girls' Meets Announced. CHICAGO, -March 10. (S'^-North- Â·estern. won the 1931 western con- erence basketball championship, ts first in Big Ten history, by a ealthy,margin, but the competi- ion for the other positions was lose enough to be decided on the final night of play. The, campaign, closed Monday with Michigan, and'Minnesota mak- ig in a three-way tie with Purdue or second place. The Wolverines' de- eated Chicago, 29" to 15, at Ann irbori and-.the. Gophers finished up )y.: trimming-'Ohio State, 31 to 24, ,t Minneapolis. Northwestern Â· had Â· a"record of Â· 11 victories and one defeat, with Mich- gan* Purdue and Minnesota, bring* ng up second with eight victories and four defeats. Illinois, which dropped its first five conference fames, came back to win seven traight- jto follow \ the first four earns. Indiana was next with five games won In 12 starts, and Chicago- ina\Wiaconsin tled'for the next pos- tlon at four victories and eight de- eats.; Ohio won three of its 12, and "owa round up in the cellar with two 'victories arid" 10 beatings. DBS MOINES, March 10. UP)-- Â·airtogs for the district high school asketball tournaments toibe played Â«t Davenport and Chari);on have been announced following com- iletiori last night of the two sec- ion alf tourneys which! were post- FALSTAFFS TAKE TWO TILTS FROM ALLEN CAFE FIVE Set New Alley Record With 1027; Globe-Gazette Wins Two Games. i TUESDAY'S; SCHEDULE Atlas Special vs. Champlln Refining company on alleys 1 and 2 at 7:45.. . . ,, . , _ . - . . . ^ Intern atiorial Harvester com- .'pany vs. Real SUk Hosiery on ;' alleys/^^and 4 nt :i 7:45. . . Decker's league at 7:45. ' ' The Falstaff Pale five, after a poor start-in the first game with the Allen Cafe of Charles ^City, came back strong and body-englished eriougb,' wood ia the second game to win by a small margin of 3 pins. In the night-cap !; game, Fred Wall led .the. attack-with'5 strikes'in a row -and; finished', up, with a high game : of 236. -The. Charles \Cityans werfe; fighting. with : their backs to the wall the-last two'games. ,'Â· :'."Â·''Â· -The Falstaff Paie team broke the alley record for a high single game, by actual; count, with 1027 pins garnered in this game. The Pontiaca held a score of 1010 for a high game up until Monday nite. ' ; Â· 'The Globe-Gazete gave George's, ^tudebakers' a lesson in'free .whel- ing and took the first two games by a good margin..This series was slpw, with no spectacular bowlmg on either side: ', ..; , _ , . - . Â· ' . . 'Â·Â·'Â· Fred^ Wall was high scprer of; the evening 'with 604.' WeberÂ· won the theater.tickets with 626 and the B. O. barber was forced to work on two free ones from Monday's session, namely Fred Wall and Bill Weber; , Â· . 'Â· ' The match scheduled for Wednesday evening' between the Faktor bakery and the Purity bakery was postponed by the captains of the teams until Saturday night because of the death of .Martin Faktor, father of the Faktor boys. /Â· ;, .'FALSTAFF PALE ' ' Wall . ; . . . . . . 170 198 236--604 Adams ."...'.. 161 IBS 163-- 51? Wilcbx .....; 165 170 212-- 547 M. Bushgens . 184 184 215-- 583 Afcell . .Â· . .155 192 201-- 548 Handicap .... ? 9 Â· Â· 9 9:-- 27 Totals ..... . 8 4 4 346 1036--2826 Team average--942. . Â·; .'' Â· ' ALLEN CAFE Hillier' 1 : 174 179 -186-- 539 Weber ....... 210 ' 222 170-- 602 Dobbs 216 173 172-- 5G3 West .-.'. 17 164 195--556 Thorn 170 Handicap ... 35 170 35 Totals .....1002 .'943 ,, Team ,average--961. 181-- 521 35-- 105 939--2884 GLOBE-GAZETTE Carle . . . ____ '. 165 Whalen . .... ; .180 TSbeau ...... 126 Dusold ..... . 209 Mullan ...... ; Handicap . . . . ' 80 194 213 208 153 179 80 134-- 493 169-- 562, 187--521 171----533 168-- 512 240 Totals 925 1027 909--2861 Team average-^-954. STUDEB AKER FREE WHEELERS Malm 175 , 172 Lindsay .'.... 176 147 Evenson....... 139 .187 Hanson .... ..'177 124' Sauerberg ... 148 122 Handicap .... 104 104 169-- 51C 155-- 478 201-- 527 178--479 170-- 440 104-- 312 Totals Team' 919 856 977--2752 DUTCHMEN BEAT LUTHER 30-26 AII-Time Scoring Mark Set ^ by .Central Tjeam for Season. .,- PELLA, March 10. tff 5 )--In a thrilling climax^ to the Iowa conference basketball race,' the Central Dutchr men Monday .night downed Luther, 30 to.26.:Two long irallies, one 06 14 consecutive points for the winners, and another of 16 points t o i l b y - t h e losers,'featured the strue- gie.;..-,'-, . ;:::-, ; Â·":. " . ; Â· ; ; Â· Â· Â· ' ; ' ' Â· : - After asfirsf haTÂ£. in which the Norsemen'held tiie^ edge most' of -the way.:and;which ended at;-io-all, the highly .geared - Central machine ground but an unbroken' string of 14 counters.' The Norse retaliated with their remarkable run, however) to gain a 26-25 advantage with lesa than three minutes left. ' Schnack and Nelfert then counted Central's winning tallies By winning, the Dutchmen scored their thirty-fifth consecutive win and twenty-eighth loop victory, in addition''to hanging up anÂ·" all- time scoring mark for the loop-of 650 points. Connie Muyskens, Central, boosted-his individual scoring record to, 166 points. Â· Set ; Closing Date. . CHEROKEE, ' March : 10.--The closing date, for entries in the Mid west Association jf ,the Amateui Athletic Union .wrestling tournp.- ment has. been set for March 11 The meet will be given under the auspices of the Cherokee Post number 230 of the American Legion on Friday and Saturday March 13-14 at the Wilson high school gymnas- i u m here., ' . ' Â· f - DECKER QUINTET WINS TWO FROM LUND6ERG TEAM Standard Oil Rolls Three Straight on First National Bank. Decker's lowanas won two games from the D.K. Lundbe'rg team Monday night" in the women's bowling league and the Standard .oh five took three straight from the Fir's' National bank.-.M. Erick'son' of Decker's lowanas was high for the three'game total with 432 and took a high single with 156. STANDARD OIL Wai! ..:..,.. 112 129 142--383 Rouch ....... 115. 91 85--291 DIercks ..... 55 111 108^274 Freeberg- . I.. Ill 79 112-- 302 Byars ....... 138 109 138--885 Handicap .... .75 75 75-- 22c Totals -606 594 660--1860 FIRST NATIONAL BANK 96-- 345 79-- 25; .79--232 101--253 Â·115-- 317 113-- 339 Rogers .....,'117 132 3ougherty ... 98 78 Hagensteiu ..'. 83 70 Matz ........ . 75 77 UcLaughlin ; ill 91 Handicap .... 213 113 Totals ...... 595 561 583--1839 DECKER'S IOWANAS Woisnak Doe .... 147100 . 9 8 138, 129 Â·:Â· 66 130 100 100 7.3 147 - 68 Â·137-- .414 100--^ 30C 102-- 29J 83r-.: 156-T-.432 . 66-- 19; 3. v Eripkson . Latta :...... M. Erich son Handicap .., 'Totals j . . . . 676 616 ..644--193t D. K. tUNDBERG'S Gigax ....... 125 i20 120--^36! Hatch ......' 124 108 Gaylord 59 106 Murray .....' Lewis. ..'. 108 Renner 137 Handicap Totals . 75 155 75 90-- 32 93-- 25. 102-- , -- 32 110-- 40 75-- 22 628 680 590--189 EXHIBITION BASEBALL By THE ASSOCL\Ti8a PRESS Monday Â· , .' ST. PETERSBURG--Boston (N 10; Brooklyn.(N) 2. Â· FT.'MYERS--SL Louis (N) 4 Philadelphia (A) 3. , Tuesday Games ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. --New York (A) vs. Boston (N). FT. MYERS, Fia--Philadelphi (A), vs. House of David. COMPLETE CAGE PLAY tow^i 'team''Â·defeated Keo- i 41 to 14 In the claas A divls- home sauqua on while at .Diagonal, the 'class B .Itle was won by Diagonal who f eated; Redding 43 to 12. The class A championship went to Mount Ayr over Bedford, 23 to 11. ANNOUNCE PAIRINGS MANLY, March 10.--Pairings lave .been' made for .'the girls', basketball sectional tournament scheduled to-beheld at the Manly high school gymnisium here Friday and Saturday. In the opening round Friday, "Floyd ^wili meet- Mdntyre ai 2:30. Kensett Is. 'scheduled ,Â·:.' with Nora Springs" at 3:30: Little Cedar will meet Rock Fam at 7:30 and Manly will .meet Sheffield af 8:30. The Manly girls' team has won out of 12 games this season and is rated as one of the favorites of the meet. Volney Hansen' of Mafion Cit; will referee. .' ^ ' HANSELL TOURNEY HANSBLL, March 10.--The girls sectional tournament will be held a Hansel! March 12, 13, and 14. The competing teams are: Alexander Allison, Chapin, Dows, Geneva Hampton, Hansell, Iowa Falls. Th firs~t round of four games will b played .Thursday night. The semi Einals. will be 1 played Friday nigh and the final games Saturday night The Hansell girls''team has won l c games and lost 1 this season. NEW HAMPTON WINS NEW ,HAMPTON, March 10.-New Hampton high .school, basket ball teams have won three out 6 the last sectional tournaments bu have.not won a district tournamen game yet Â· Â· '; Â·'.'Â·'.. . ; /After winning only. 6; 9iit of, 1' games; the. Chiokaaaws cam ev to llf at Chirlea City and won all of the) games^handily and defeated Charle City which had, won two v "game from New Hampton earlier, in th season.' Â· Â· - Â·Â·". ' Â· ' , Â· Coach W. J. Soli's team finishe in seventh place In the Northeaa Iowa conference. 'ANDBALL MEET STARTS AT Y.M 'The closed ' handball. tournamen .of ,thp Y. M. C. A. started Tuesday The names .of the contestants are Roger and Wllli* P'atton, Dr. Ray mond Weaton, G. E. Cress, Howar MpLaughUn, W. r 'Earl Hall, J. A Grlmsley, . .Clayton , Sutherland George Marty, Sam Richer, G. Con ley,. Vincent 'Devine'y, T. R. Gal breth. St. L. Haynes, H. H, Henley C. H. Lennan, J.- S.. Miller, Le Montgomery, S. L. Rugjand, Verno StiHwell, Julias Tamasi, B. H! Wag ner, Edgar Walker, I.'. Sullivan Dave Baldwin, Jerome Davey, Ar thur Brogue and Isadora Benowltz TO MEET CASEY Gordon Stewart, Dows, rocked the 'crowd with excitement at .the lost armory ring show ^when he' battled Young Casey, Waterloo, In a spectacular go of lists. The bout was rated as the most interesting seen In years. The pair have been^rc- matclted for the American Legion drum 'corps card of Thursday. TEBBENTOMEET KADUGE IN FOUR Cramer;Signs' With-Weaver in Preliminary Bout ' ' for Thursday. Turgen Tebhen, Kanawha, 150, las been signed to meet Joe Kaduce, Belmond, 150, for one of the four ound preliminaries: of the. Ameri:an Legion drum corps .boxing card icheduled for Th'ursday. Chris Cramer, Swaledale, 150, has also jeen signed .by"Matchmaker Kelly b meet Kid Weaver, .Cartersville, 150, In a four round preliminary to complete the card. Curly tnirich of St. 1 Paul, Minn., ill be the referee for the. bouts of he card. HAMPTON OFF CARD Don Hampton, who was'' to meel TUffy Anderson bout on the K. in a four roinc C. card Tuesday night, will not appear, according to officials of'the show. He is ^classed as a professional and will not ,be allowed to box as an amateur. NATIONAL A, A, U. TEAMS ADVANCE Pre-Tournament Favorite Go Thru First Round in Easy Style. . KANSAS CTTY, March 10. UP)-The national A. A. tournament entered U. basketbal the second round Tuesday, with a dozen quln tets facing elimination". before th close of play, for the day. ! Â· Four teams had advanced into th third round and\wlll remain idle'tc allow, other contestants to overtake; them. They .are Bethany col Jege, Lindsborg, Kans.';?'Ascension club, ;Minrie'ap61is,V Miaini.'; \ South, western State Teachers, .Weathei ford, Okla., and .Ottawa university Kansas.. ' Â·'-..''-,'.: Â· ' Â·'Â·: Â·.'.'' - Pre-tburnament favorites-marche thru first round opposition with Im pressive triumphs Monday. 'The Aa censlpn club .routed 1 the Berkshlr Cleaners, North Adams, Mass., 4 to 15. The Henry's of Wichita Kans., national champions, cbalke up a 43 to 15 victory over the AIT steel five, Aurora; HI., while th Los Angeles athletic club took-th measure of the Ferris ' institiit team, Big'Rapids, Mich., 38 to-If The Kansas City Athletic clu downed the Hain Electrics, 'Omaha. Nebi-., 52 to;4.' In.second round competftion 'th Los Angeles' A. C. meets Nebrask .Wesleyan, while the Henry's.tangl with the Brown Paper Mills quinte of Monroe, La.. K. C. A. C. is down for'/a match with the Diamond Oil era of-Tulsa; Okla, GIANTS WIN ANOTHER. GRAETTINGER, 1 March 10.--Gl kerson's Union Giants brot the winning streak .to 36 consecutlv victories, when : thev beat the local basketball quintet 45-34. What's Going On Around Baseball Training Camps By THE ASSOCIATED PKESS BOfcEN HT7KLS "SLIDE" BA,U- WINTER HAVEN, Fla.--Stewart Â»len, left hander drafted by the "'hiHies from Baltimore, Is bringing omething " new to the majors--a slide" ball. He .'says ; it neithei- reaks like a' curve, drops like a urve, drops like a knuckler or hops ke a forker, but just takes a siid- *n, sldewlse slide when it reaches tha batter. * Â· * , 'ENNOCK BELIEVES NEW BALt WILL AID ST. PETER$BUR(3, Fla.--Herb enriocki veteran left hander of the New York Yankees, ..believes the ew ball will help veteran pitchers vith cphtrol'and hurt mediocre batsmen. ' On the other hand, pitchers who are not so. strong on control will have plenty of trouble with the HOGAN APPEARS \ LIKE A HEAVYWEIGHT SAN ANTONIO-^A-visit by Max Schmelihg to i the New York Giants' raining camp gave' the wits a hance to ( remarl^ that Frank Hogan, ig catcher, looked more .like a leavywcight thai?; did Max. Hogan eported two weeks late, and has plenty of weight to take off., ' * *. * 'ATIENCE.LOST WITH, HOLD-OUT TWINS . CLEAR WATER, Fla.--They do ay that the powers-that-be in the Brooklyn business office has lost atience with the famous hold-out wins, Dazzy; Vance and Babe :Hernan, and have instructed them' to ake It or leave'it. 'It" in Vance's ase is said to be 522,500 and In Herman's $19,000. Babe would like ;20,000--and Vance could use J25,- 000.' SARDINALS WIN PRING "WORLD SERIES" FORT 1 MYERS, Fla.--Dropping -be third and final, game to'the St. 'hlladelphia Athletics expected to are better'Tuesday in a .battle^with ;he bearded 'House of .David team. The Cardinals took the serieri, two to one. Â»Â· Â·Â· * * RED'SOX HAVE COLD WEATHER "BLUES" PENSACOLA, Fla.--The "blues" rode Into the Red Sox camp on'the cold winds Monday and the spirits of : Shano Collins', meri are low. Mc- 3 wain," Durham, ..Collingwood and dine have colds; Russell's legs lother.him; and Oliver and Webb, :he late arrivals, are nursing lame backs. * *. Â« KILLEFER STOPS HIS WORRYING. ABOUT MEN WES PALM BEACH, Fla:--Manager Bill Killefer of the St.'.Louis Browns professed Thursday' not to ae worried about the continued absence of -Pitcher Warren. (Rip) Collins and 'First Baseman Lu Blue. He said the Browns were getting along "very well" without them. ' - * : ' * Â· * Â· . , ' . ENS : PLANS,TO LOOK OVER HIS SQUAD PASO ROBLES, Cal.--Jewel Ens planned to take another close look at his recruits, Tuesday as the regulars and. Yaiiigans squared off for another scrap. The'time has arrived when Ens must decide the rookies who are to' remain with the team, and cut the rest adrift. WESLEY FESSLEI NAMED AS GUARD ON HONOR SQUAD Coaches, of Big 10 Choose Joe Reiff as Season's Popular Player., CHICAGO, March 10. (3--WÂ«s-J ley Fesler, Ohio State's all-America I end, has been named as a guard on I the Associated Press aU-Westeml conference basketball team, selected I by a vote of Big Ten court coaches. The other four selections are from as many different schools, with Johnny Wooden, Purdue guard, as t*e only repeater from last season* ' ^ Joe Relff Popular. ' Joe Relff, sophomore forward on Northwestern's first championship Hardwood:team, "was the- most v con- slstent vote-getter, being selected by every coach for a first'team, berth .either at forward .or center. Sis running mate at forward is Cap. tain Harvey Schoening- of Minne- - sota, , , ,., The center position went, to Nor-1 man Daniels of Michigan, with iFes-1 ler and Wooden as the guards. The forwards and center were named iby a clear cut margin, but the guard I jobs were keenly contested. Fesler's j selection followed his being placed on the all-conference football squad j for the past three seasons. Forwards are Towering. The 'forwards, Reiff and Schoening, are the''only six footers on ttiej team, Relff, who started at center, was moved to forward wfiere his shooting ability gave him the Individual scoring championship with, 122 points. He is six feet, three inches tall, handles the ball cleverly, and is a deadshot anywhere inside the foul line, ; Schoening, a senior, Â· who stands an even six feet,' was the spark- ' plugl of the. best team Minnesota | has had since 1919. A good shot who j amassed 88 points, 'he also was a] good ball handler, strong defensive"-1 ly and-a good leader. j Daniels maintained Michigan's! mark of seldom going without a I first team player and was the /Wol-l verlne's high scorer, with 93 points. He was the keyman in Michigan's offense and his shooting ,was:con-1 sistently effective. He -a a junior! and will captain the'Wolverines next4 year. . Fesler. Closes. Career. Fesler,^ playing his last season,] received six first team votes but] was,. not mentioned by the oth'era coaches. Â· Wooden's margin ? ovei MarsUair of TSIortEwestern AlteriHoL, of Michigan and Fish of Chicago/ was slim. - 'Â· ' The secon'd team selections: Charles Harper, Illinois, and Bertl Kiel,; Northwestern, forwards; Bob McCarnes, Northwestern center, and Ray Altenhof, Michigan, and' Frank \ Marshall, Northwestern, guards. TOURNEY BOXSCORES AT' CHARLES CTT1T NEW HAMPTON--1* ro .0 .0 Hamnann,- f Eriduon, 1 Ward, f Â· Snyder, f i Walters, o ... 1 T)enner, f *.........,,..,...1 Vlian,-.it t ' Totals T NASHUA--8 FG Notten. f l Staler,' Â« Dana, 1 Abode, f Dann. Â£ Totals ......... ....0 ....0 ..i.O .,..0 FORD TO .REPORT \ AT REDS' CAMP. TAMPA, .. . .Fla.-- Reports reached the Cincinnati Reds had here Tuesday that Horace Ford; who has refused to accept a cut in salary and act as a utility Irifieider this season, would report by 'the end of this week. Â·Â· ' TIGERS TO INVADE 'FRISCO \VITHpUT HtTRLERS SACRAMENTO-- A squad of 22 men will invade San Francisco Fri- dayt'wheri the Detroit Tigers begin their spring exhibition series w(th the San Francisco Seals and not a single first string Detroit : pitcher will be in (he lot. . . Â· - ~" v Â·Â» ' *: * ' . ' CUBSVVIND'UP . SPRING WORKOUTS AVALONE, Cal.-- The. Cubs Tuesday settled down to their last two days of routine affairs, before leaving Catallna Island Thursday for another year. The final intercamp game Is scheduled for Wednesday and Friday Rogers Hornsby will be out with his men to open a five- game exhibition series" with Los An. geles. ' . ' , , - ^ ' Ban Johnson Has Fair Â· Njght; Feels Better ST. LduiS, March 10. --Ban Johnson, former head of the American league, spent a fair night, following the improvement in his condition yesterday.'His condition continues critical, however, It was safd at tha hospital. When Rome was about ready for the moral scrap pile, her popular heroes were public entertainers, top. --Davepport Time*. Â· , '. j-~ Â·-- ' ---'Â·--- ' FG .1 (1 ... .2 1 B RUDD--32 Finch, t . Mathers, Wolf, t ... Hanson, i . ftrtindau, o Bll.'-jt '....0 .Totall ....14 MARBLE HOCK--ZZ ' FG Rltler,' t' .. '.'. '. '.'* BnannU, t . '. .4 Parker, e . . . . . 3 Bullemcr, jc . . . . 1 Shatzer, K . . . . -. . .0 Brown, f . . . . . . ..0 FT- 1, 1 Â» 0 0 2 I. FT 0 : o Â· x 'Â·Â· i 0 0 FT 1 0 0 - 0 FT i Â» ft 1 Paper; cups are being substituted B for steins-in Germany. Alas, de-B parted' glory, with Heidelberg stu-1 dents "clinking" paper cups in a f toast to Germany's'paper strength army and navy.--Chicago News. AMATEUR MING SHOW K.of C.BEall --Tuesday Evening March 10 Kid Caruso Raleigh Hughes Glen Dorey Alex Oetta Kid Vemon Lee Jones Red Martin Butch Howard McGulre Â·Billy Banning Carl Jim Huff These boys hope plenty of action show. to in 4 rds. 4 rds. 4 rds. 4 rds. 4 rds. 4 rds. give fans I Tuesday's EVERYBODY WELCOME ADMISSION 2Se .