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March 11, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

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YOGEL BEGINS TO BUILD IOWA NINE FOR TITLE RACE Six "1" Men Return to Squad But Green Pitchers Worry ; Old Gold Coach. IOWA CITY, March 11.--Balmy breezes of a' phenomenal winter brot a University of Iowa baseball squad to the outdoor diamond at the earliest date in a decade. The field house was the scene of tr 25-man squad's activities for only about three weeks, then Coach Otto H. Vogel escorted his men to a crushed stone practice field. To Open April 18. After an absence of a year from the fold, the Hawkeyes .leap back into' western conference championship competition with 10 games between April 18 and May 30. It appears that six major letter men and one minor '1" winner will strengthen the Iowa entry. If he so desires, , Coach Vogel can^ insert a Jetter man,in every position except shortstop, third base, and left field, but he has only one major "I" ath- Jete v on the pitching staff. . Vets Return. Here are the veterans.-who own honor insignia: L. A. Reedqu'ist, Ottumwa, first base; James Kenny, St. Louis, Mo., second base;' Morton Koser, Iowa City, right field; Capt. J. A. Mo wry, St. Louis, Mo., centerfield;'J. R. Ingraharn, Rbcaelle, HI, pitcher; and Elmo Nelson, Clearfield, catcher. Arthur Porter,' Maxwell infielder, is the minor letter man.. . ; Duplicating .the 1930 situation, the pitching staff is the greatest worry of the Iowa coach. He is laboring with nine candidates, but only three of these know anything about intercollegiate competition. MASON CITY,t IOWA, IN YEARS TO MEET McGROOTY INDOOR SPORTS CLOSE SEASON . A - . ' ' · · v Ali Kinds of Teams Carded for Week's Schedule oi Contests. " . DES MOINES, March 11. OP)-- The approaching end of the indoor athletic season finds teams competing in virtually every kind of indoor sports competing this weekend. . ' · ' . · · · '. Besides the run of basketball, which included the boys and girls high ·' school tournaments, the Catholic high school meet at Dubuque and the'junior college meet at Creston, there, are numerous other meets scheduled. Swimmers from three majov schools of the state will compete in conference meets. Drake and Grin. Hell. will · go to St. Louis for the Missouri Valley tank ciassic .and Iowa State will be represented at the Big Six meet at ^Kansas City. Iowa's gymnastic team will compete in the Big Ten'at Urbana. Track teams of Iowa, Iowa State, Drake, Grinnell and possibly other schools of the state will participate in the annual Illinois relays, leading indoor track classic of the mid- west. · High school and college wrestlers of Iowa and surrounding states will meet'at Cherokee for the Midwest A. A. U. meet. BASKETBALL RESULTS- By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Butler 20; Notre Dame 15. BOXING Thursday, March 12 42--RQUNDS--42 · AltMORY . Auspices American Legion Urum Cnrps DON KID HAMPTON vs. LEHR 0--Rounds--6 FRANK · JACK SPARGO vs. McGROOTY 0--Rounds--6 GORDON '. YOUNG STEWART vs. CASEY 6--Rounds--6 SPEEDY HERU MAX CLAYTON vs. GOULD 6--Ronndfi--B JOE TURGEN KADUCE vs. TEBBEN 4--Rounds--1 , RILLY CARL HOWARD vs. NELSON 4--Rounds--1 · VAXUE · RALPH KLINE vs. JOHNSON 4--Rounds--1 KID CHRIS WEAVER vs. KRAMER 3--Rounds--3 TDT JOHNNY JACKSON . vs. ALLEN 3--Rounds---3 Cm-ley Ullrich, St. Paul, Referee OET SEATS NOW! Boyd's Ciffnr Store Phono 499--Ladies 50c, KJiJs 25o Franhie Spargo, Sioux Falls, S; Dale., is signed to meet Jack McGrooty, St. Paul middleweight, in one of the six round bouts of the 42 round boxing card to be held in the armory, Thursday, March 12. McGrooty has met some of the best fighters in the northern part of the middle west and will come here with victories over such men as; Bud McKen- .na, Johnny, O'Hara, .Johnny lUartin and many others considerable reputation. of What's Going On Around Baseball Training Camps By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS YANKS TO DEDICATE PLAYING FIELD ·ST.. PETERSBURG--The 'New Yqrk Yankees will take time out from their sprang.training Friday to dedicate their playing field in memory of the late Miller Huggins The memorial will take the form oi a 1500 pound granite block on which will be placed a bronze tablet extolling Huggins. * * * TERRY NOT. TO BE "SOLD DOWN THE RIVER" WINTER HAVEN, Fla.--A report that Bill Terry, New York Giants' holdout first baseman, would be "sold down the river" to the Phillies, was denied by Burt Shotton Quaker manager. · . * * * ' · FRISCH, HAFEY STILL . MISSING FROM CAMP BRADENTON, Fla. -- Frankie Prisch and "Chick' 1 Hafey stil were missing from the Cardinals training camp here Wednesday, bul President Sam Breadon and Manager Gabby Street felt confident both would be on hand soon. . * * * RELAY RACES ARE PART OF BROWN'S TRAINING WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.--Relay races have become a regular part of the St. Louis'Browns' training program; Manager Bill Kiliefer believes the races will improve the "wind" 'of his v athletes. * *'· * VVES. FERRELL IS A -HARD WORKER NEW ORLEANS--Wes Ferrell is one star who isn't afraid of work In fact, he's the hardest worker in the Cleveland Indians camp. Reporting half an hour early, his program runs like this: A sprint around the park, shagging balls inxthe outfield for an hour, another jaunt around the park, 10 minutes' warming up 10 minutes' pitching . to batters, more outfield work, and a final dasl: around the park. · * * * RECRUIT OUTFIELDERS IN DETROIT LINEUP SACRAMENTO, Cal.--Three cruit outfielders will be in the Detroit Tiger lineup in the opening ex- i hibition game with the San Francisco Seals Friday. They are Frank Doljack and Harvey and Gerald Walker. * * * CUBS CLOSE TRAINING PERIOD AT CATALINA AVALON, Cal.--Wednesday was the Chidago Cubs' last day of training- at Catalina. Manager Hornsby made no announcements but appeared to be planning on shifts in the lineup for Los Angeles Friday. Machine That Rolled Over Opposition for 2 Seasons Shows Signs of Wear. By ALAN GOULD FORT MYERS, Fla., March 11. 2P--Age has begun to creep into the joints of .the Athletics. The machine that has steam-rollered its major league baseball opposition for two straight seasons . shows some signs of wear and tear, hut the six main reasons for the ruler- ship of the Philadelphians remain sound in body and spirit. · 'These reasons are the 68-year old but exceedingly alert pilot, Connie Mack; Aloysius Harry Simmons, probably the greatest of present- day outfielders; James Foxx, the flogging first baseman; Gordon (Mickey) Coehrane', number; 1 backstop of the .major leagues; Robert Moses Grove and-George Livingston E'arnshaw, the two-man pitching staff. ' Mack Keeps His Vets. In the absence of some of these vital cogs, such as Simmons and Earnshaw, who are training at Hot Springs, Ark., and to relieve some of the others, ambitious youngsters have been cavorting in the .light blue of the A's. But when the race starts next month, Mack will send out to the umpires the same lineup that finished the 1930' world's series triumphant, except ^tha'- Grove may be on the mound instead of Earnshaw. Aged tho some of his other athletes may be, Mack's stars retain the spryness of youth. He is content to stand pat for 1931 and make a bid for three successive pennants. Indeed, there is no reason for him to plan otherwise, altho Dib Williams at short and Frank Higgins Texas boy, at second base have been given plenty of chance to develop. Infield Well Fortified. The infield is well fortified elsewhere -in reserves, with Phil Todt, 'ate of the Red Sox, to sub for Foxx and Eric McNair as understudy of Jimmy Dykes at third. Dykes, at 34, is, in his' fourteenth season but Jimmy still dresses, act; and chatters like a collegian. Bing Miller, Simmons, , and George -Haas form the outer patrol. Behind the bat, Cochrane's probable relief man, on the rare occasions when pne is needed, will be John Heving, obtained from the Red Sox on waivers. George (Swede) Walberg gives every indication of a return to form\ in which case Mack's staff may be expanded to a "big three." Roy Mahaffey, the big right ; hander who came thru handsomely in hlr, first big league season, is counted on for a regular turn. CA'GElEASl TO CLOSE AT Y.M, Championship Game Carded in Sunday School League. The championship game of the Sunday School basketball league was 'scheduled for Wednesday evening at the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium with the Jewish A. Z. A.s meeting the Church of Christ team. A pre liminary game was scheduled between the Church of Christ juniors and the Globe-Gazette carriers. The preliminary game was scheduled for 7:30 o'clock and the main go at 8:30 o'clock. The games will close the basketball season at the Y. M. C. A. and the season will open for indoor baseball. Games in the indoor will be played before the ..supper hour and Saturday forenoon for the grade schSol boys. ' Indoor baseball will start soon for the independent league. The Coca Cola, Canvas Company, Y's Men and Junior College are sure of ioining the league. Hamiltons, the Brownies, and Diamond · Bread teams are expected to enter before the league schedule is made out. MAIN J»G§_ OF ^THLE'TIGS READY FOR 1931 AGE CREEPS INTO JOINTS OF "VET" SERIES WINNERS SPORT SCRAPS EXHIBITION BASEBALL By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tuesday. FT. MYERS, Fla.--Philadelphia (A) 4; House of David 2. ST. PETERSBURG--New York (A) 6; Boston (N) 5. Wednesday. ST. PETERSBURG--New York A) vs. Boston (N). . NEW ORLEANS--Cleveland (A) /s. New Orleans. CLEARWATER, Fla.*-Brooklyn N) vs. Cincinnati (N). SAN ANTONIO--New York (N) s. University of Texas. TOD SLOAN, tiny toast of the tutf ·«· a generation ago, is flat broke, busted, flattened, on the old uppers. Jim Thorpe,- the 'greatest footbal! player of his--and possibly all- time, is^digging ditches for $4 a day; Coin came to Sloan in thousand-dollar bills. Thorpe earned plenty .in his long pro grid career and his short .baseball life. Sloan spent his in retirement. Thorpe let it go while he was making it. " . *\ * . . * : * . · · ; 'The class B division ot sectional basketball tourney at Charles City · closed with an .all Floya county finish while the class A division ended with an all Chtckasaw finish. " . . . * . » » · * BRANDAU AGAIN FLASHED HIS STUFF/ FOR RUDD IN THE FINAL, GAME WITH MARBLE ROCK BY GETTING 14 OF HIS TEAMS 32 POINTS. * * * * Crook of Sheffield took all honors for fancy shooting at the Mason City tournament by sinking a shot in one-ot the side baskets that bank the court rather than thru his team's goal rim. He evidently thot he was-{n a pocket-billiard ' tournament. ^.The Dew American Legion junior baseball handbook, containing all of the 1931 official rules, may be had by writing to the National" Americanism commission, the American Legion, National Headquarters, 777 North Meridian street, Indianapolis, · Ind. THE NEW YORK WHIRLWINDS, PRO CAGE TEAM, HAVE A STAR FORWARD, BUCK WINGO, WHO HAS ONLY ONE ARM. * '* * * LJIPPOPOTAMI are claimed to be * * golf hazards hi Africa, according to Miss Ruth Hardy, recently returned from ' an 8,000-mile solo journey acrpss the dark continent But one would.hardly expect their, cavernous mouths to be used as cups on the coveted greens. GOLF ,AND- ITS MINIATURE BROTHER HAVE BEEN BANNED ON SUNDAY IN NEW' HAMPSHIRE. Pitching hay on his farm at Chardon, Onto, five months a year Ireeps Envin 'Rudolph, pocket billiard champion, in condition. If you gave Bobby Jones his choice of all masculine attainments, he'd like to be able to sing baritone. Bobby thinks that if he has any genius at all it is for play. He hates work in any form. He likes to hunt and fish. Of all strange physical complications, Bobby Jones has the queerest. He is right handed and left eyed. It has made him in golf but banned him forever as a good shot with a rifle. _ · · · · · * »./* DRIMO CARNERA, giant Italian 1 fighter,- holds the distinction of .winning the first official outdoor billiard match ever played. He triumphed over Lew Tendler, · famous Philadelphia lightweight, in the inaugural open air match at Mianii, Fla., by 1 up. Outdoor billiards is a combination of golf and billiards and is played on a table 6 feet by' 12. A mallet is used instead of a cue. Max Carey, Pittsburgh outfielder, was the referee. ' * * r * The golfing army of the United States will be swelled by at least .one million more duffers this year, according to Gordon Beokley, Chicago club manufacturer. He estimated that 6,000,000 already are playing golf in the United States. We used to., wonder what would become of the street cleaners . of the horseless age. Now we know. They are busy writing biographies JUNIOR COLLEGE FIVES TO SETTLE CAGE TITLE RACE 'Brit* to Meet Washington, Wartburg Scheduled With Osceola. CRESTON, March 11. UP)--Eight junior college basketball teams, finalists in their, .district . tournaments played last week, wil! meet here this week-end to settle tha state championship battle.. From southeastern Iowa will come Washington and Burlington junior colleges. Creston and Osceola represent southwestern Iowa,.Fort Dodga and Britt, northwestern Iowa and Maquoketa and Wartburg of Waverly the northeastern section of the state. ( Washington and Creston are ranked as the favorites because o£ impressive records during- the season. Washington boasts two -victories over Albia, last year's state champion, and has suffered only one reverse all season, that at the hands of-Parsons college 32 to 26. The outstanding performance of the Washington quintet was a 101 to 19 victory over Centerville junior college. Pairings for the first round are: Creston-Maquoketa, 'Washington- Britt, Fort podge-Burlington, Wart. - - =---*- burg-Osceola. Phil S linker - Des ,ot prominent men of the past.-- Moiues, wil! referee. Douelas Bras-| Republic-Bulletin. ! Hnn *»«,,,,,, n ,m v~n-- ,,_fLi ° , Boone wil! be the umpire. ... Awaken Them To This Danger Says DR. F. P. LEE Health Officer, City of Paterson, N. J. j,..one of 56heqlth officials " "··-.·-·· fr ~-~~^i£!tt%s?^~ r from 56 different points approving Cremo's crusade against spit or spit-tipping. Every smoker, every wife whos$ husband smokes' cigars, should read Dr. "· Lee's letter. "Who are the friends of'Spit'?" YOU MAY WELL ASK THIS QUESTION WHEN 56 IMPORTANT, HEALTH OFFICIALS HAVE WRITTEN SO STRONGLY AGAINST THE EVILS OF SPIT OR SPrr.TIPPING. \ · ' Dr. Lee writes: "You have my . . . commendation in your advertising campaign against the disgusting practice of 'spit-lipping' cigars." - The war against spit is a crusade of decency. Join it...SmokeCertif led Cremo -- a really wonderful smoke-- mi Id-- mellow --nut- sweet! Every leaf entering the clean/ sunny Cremo factories is scientifically treated by methods recommended by the Ufnited States Department of Agriculture. In thft period of cold weather and cracked Hps, above all Insist on a cigar--free of the spit germ. ©19JI Amerfcia Certified re mo . . . THE GOOD 5" CIGAR TOAT AMERICA. JTJEJEDE

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