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April 23, 1934

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BASEBALL Des Moines Demons to open season here with Mason City Bats. Games carded for North Iowa fairgrounds April 28 and 29. MONDAY, APRIL 23, 1934 BASEBALL Open date in major leagues on Monday makes all teams idle for day. American Association teams also rest. PRIZES GIVEN CITY BOWLING LOOP TEAMS BETSY ROSS TOP WINNER OF YEAR AS SEASON ENDS Team Climbed From Second Division to First in Part of Season. Betsy Ross Bread, the team that tattled its way from second division to the top after it replaced The Pantry's bowlers in the Mason City Bowling league at midyear, was winner of the ?72.60 first prize for the year's league competition, as shown by the payoff list compiled by Secretary Hans G. Pusch, The league "pay night" was Saturday at the Stoddard alleys, and. S300 in prize money was divided among the 20 teams. Henfcel's LEAGUE FIGURES TO SHOW ALL RECORDS Complete averages for the Mason City Bowling league and club's 1933-34 season will be compiled for publication in the next issue of the Globe-Gazette. The statistics include team and individual averages for the season, . the prize list, and records for teams and individuals in open and league bowling. The figures were prepared by Hans G. Pusch, league secretary. ·Beady-Mix bowlers, who fought a nip-and-tuck battle through the waning season with the Betsy Ross team drew 552.30 in second place and Pabst Blue Ribbon, third place winners, was awarded $37.50. Fourth place drew $26.40 for the Northern Oilers, and a tie for fifth ranking gave the Miller's High Life ' and Schmidt's City club bowlers ' each ?1S.SO. Top Individuals. At the top of the individual averages for the year, C. B. Swafford and,3. J. Sobieske tied with 194 averages. The former bowled 111 games, the latter 84. The pair top- j '1 the list of 171 bowlers in action · '.iliffltog-'the season,'" that figure in-' \ eluding released mm. Season records were topped by the 3,125 of Blumer's Golden Glow five man team; the 1,156 of.Lyons Cleaners in a single game, F. E. Wall, with a three-game score of 700, and R. A. Theisen, with a 286 single. Open Bowling Marks. Open bowling saw a mark of 1,114 eet by Lyons Cleaners in a single game; a 1,418 hung up by Fred Wall and C. B. Swafford in three games two-man bowling; a 729 series by Ted Colloton, and a 300 by S. J. Sobieske. No league all-time records were broken, although Theisen's 289 single tied the existing mark held by himself, J. C. Stod- flard and Bert Dusold. The Lyons Cleans 1,156 was within a single pin of the record held for one five-man game by Blatz Brewing company. Bitsy Grant Is Hero of Mason-Dixon Court Matches NATIONAL LEAGUE BOX SCORES SUNDAY'S GAMES CHICAGO-- 15 AH H PO A English 3b 1 2 0 1 W.H«'n 2b 6 3 4" 1 Klein If 0 4 5 0 F.He'n rf li 3 3 0 Stalll'k cf R 3 3 0 Grimm Ib 6 2 5 1 Jurges nn 6 2 0 2 Hnrtnett c 3 1 7 0 tt'arn'ko p 0 2 1 0 Totals SO 22 27 5 ST. LOUIS--2 AB II PO A Moore c f 2 0 4 0 Rothr'k If 4 0 1 Frlsch 2b 3 0 2 Whlte'd 2b 1 0 1 Martin 3D 4 0 1 1 Medwi'k rf 1 0 Mills rf 0 0 4 0 V. Davis c. 2 0 4 Dclancey c 1 0 1 Collins Ib 3 1 7 Iluro'er HA 3 0 0 4 J. l)can p 0 0 0 0 P. Dean p 0 Whiford p 0 0 Helse p 0 0 0 0 aOrsnttl 1 0 0 0 I.G. Davis 0 0 0 0 cCnuvford 1 0 0 0 Totals 28 1 27 I) abutted for J, Dean In third. bBattcd for P. Dean In ninth. cBatted for Helsc In "ninth. Score by Innings; ClUcano 420 202 212--15 St. Louis 000 020 000-- 2 Errors, Dunichcr, Moore; runs batted In, Klein 3, Stalnback 3. Grimm 2, Juries, Enc- Hsh 2. K. Herman, Ilartnctt 2, Moi two base hits, Jurpes, Collins, English, Klein, F. Herman; three base hits, Staln- bnck, w. Herman; homemns, Klein, Hart- nctt; bases on balls, off Warneke 6, J. Dean 2, P. Dean 1, Wlnford 2: struck out, by Wnmcko 5, J. Dean 2, P. Dean 1. \Vlntord 1, Helse l: hits off .1. Dean 8 In 3 Innings, P. Dean (i In 3, Wlnford, Helsc 2; passed ball. Hartnctt; losing pitcher, J. Dean. Umpires, Magcrkurth and Ban". PHILADELPHIA--5 AB H PO A Ftillls If 4 0 0 0 C'a 2b-3b 2 J. 1 1 bQnna. 1 0 0 0 Ifo'lns 3b 1 1 1 0 I Bartell s s 3 0 0 2 H'k 3-bl-b 4 1 2 2 Sch'lch rf 5 1 3 0 Hurst Ib 2 0 u 0 Haslln !b 2 X 1 1 Allen c f 8 2 3 0 Golfers Asked to Turn in Scores to Get Handicaps More than 250 golfers took Sunday to play their favorite game on the American Legion Community course, and more than 175 member- snips have been taken in the club, according to an announcement by officials. The new handicap system in use this season will make it necessary to turn in scores of early rounds for handicapping. A rack has been provided for this at the club house. Greene High School Wins in Butler County Series GREENE, April 23.--Greene high school defeated New Hartford 2 to 1 in the second game of the Butler county series on the local diamond, breaking up the game in the seventh when Cheney drove in Hamilton and Appleby with a single. New Hartford had led 1 to 0 through the game. This was the school's first . defeat Tulsa University Joins Missouri Valley League DES MOINES, April 23. GD-Tulsa university of Tulsa, Okla., today accepted an invitation to join the Missouri Valley athletic conference. Prof. E. D. Strong cf Grinnell, secretary of the organization, announced here today. J. Wll'on C4 2 2 Hansen p 1 0 0 aRublo 1 0 0 Gtu'skl p 0 0 0 1 Darrow p 0 0 I) 1 Moore p 0 0 0 0 Totals 35 9 24 H BROOKLYN- AR Kocn'ke cf 5 Jordan ss 4 Stripn 31. 3 Buchcr 3b 0 Fred'ck rf ,"C L. OTon If 4 Boyle If 0 Leslie Ib 4 Cuc'cilo 2b 3 Lopez c 4 Carroll p 2 Bcnce D 0 Perkins p 0 cFrey 0 Munns p 1 Mungo p 1 H PO A 1 4 3 4 1 1 0 2 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 1 2 z :l l 1 0 2 0 1 0 Totals 33 15 27 10 ftKatted for Hansea In fifth. bBntted for Chlozza In sixth. cBatted for Perkins In sixth. Philadelphia 000 013 001--5 Brooklyn 001 200 04X--7 Errors. Frederick. Bartell. Hendrick; runs nattcd in. AHcn.3,.Oana,.:Jordaa, Cucclncl- "Io 2;'~ Lopez, Kberiecke. 'Frederick Z, 'Hendrick; two base hits. Haslln, Koenecke, Jordan 2. L. Wilson, Hopkins: three base hit. Leslie; homeruns, Allen, Cucclnello; stolen base, Lopez; sacrifices, Hendrick, Strlpp; double play, Bartell to Chiozza; left bases, Philadelphia, 11, Brooklyn £); bases on balls, off Carrol 1, Benge 2, Perkins 2, Par- Tow 2, Muniro 2, Moore 2: struck out, by Munns 2, Mooro 1; hits, off Carroll 4 in 4 (none nut In fifth), Benge 0 la 2-3, Perkins 3 In 1 1-3. Munns 2 In 2 2-3. Hansen S In 4, Grabowski-3 In 1 1-3, Darrow 2 In 1 2-3 (none out In eighth), Moore 2- in 1, Mungo o In 1-3; winning pitcher, Mnnns; losing pitcher, Darrow. Umpires, Moron and Qnlgley. Time, 2:40. BOSTON--« AB H PO A Urtl'ki ss 5 3 3 0 M'M's 2b K 2 0 4 Jordan ] b - 4 1 8 0 Berger cf i 2 3 0 Whit'y 3b 4 1 1 2 L e e I f 4 0 1 0 Mowry rt 4 2 5 0 Hogan e 3 0 6 0 Brandt p 4 1 0 0 Frank'e p 0 0 0 0 Totals 37 12 27 6 SEW YORK--5 A B H TO A .T. Sl're U 5 3 I Ryan 2 b 4 0 dO'Doul 1 Terry 11 Ott rf Jactso Wat'lns ct Lelber cf Verses: 3b Richards c 4 1 FItz'ons n 0 0 0 0 aTho'pson 1 0 Salv'son p bDannlng 1 0 0 0 5 2 9 1 3 1 1 0 ss 4 1 2 6 0 2 0 2 0 1 0 i 2 1 5 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 Bowman p 0 0 0 1 cPcel 1 1 0 0 Totals 28 11 27 1C nBatted for Fitzsimmons in third. bBatted for Salveson in seventh. -cBatted for Bowman In ninth. dBatted for Ryan In ninth. Score by innings: Boston 203 100 000--Si New York 100001012--5 Summary--Errors, none: runs batted In, Jordan, Whitney. J. Moore, Berger 3, L"r- banskl. Terry, Jackson, Peel 2; two base hits, McManus, J. Moore; homeruns, J. Moore, Bergcr, Peel: double plays, Jackson to Ryan to Terry, Salveson to Jackson to Terry: bases on halls, off Salveson 1, Brandt 1: struck out,, by Brandt 3, Fitzsimmons 1, Salveson 2, Frankhonse 1: hits, off Fitzsimmons 8 in 3 Innings. Salveson 3 In 4, Bowman 1 In 2. Brandt 11 In « 1-3, Frankhouse 0 In 2-3; winning pitcher, Brandt; losing pitcher. Fitzsimmons. Umpires, Stewart, Risler and Stark. Time, 2:03. PITTSBURGH--5 AB H PO A L. W'er cf 4 2 5 0 L'str'm if 4 2 2 1 P. W'er rf 4 2 1 0 R'ttp'r rf 0 0 0 0 V'gh'n ss 3 1 2 G Snhr Ib 3 1 13 0 L'v's'o 2b 4 2 2 2 T'v'n'w 3b 4 0 1 4 Grace e 4 0 1 1 French p 2 0 0 1 Smith p 2 0 0 2 Totals 34 10 27 17 CINCINNATI--I AB H PO A C'm'r'ky If 5 1 1 1 Roenlg 3b 5 3 0 4 Plet 2» 0 0 3 7 Hafey c f 3 1 4 0 B'fm'y Ib 4 0 14 1 Shiver r f 4 0 0 0 O'Fnrrell e 4 3 2 0 Slade s s 4 3 3 2 SI J'01 Benton p 0 aLombardl 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Shaute p Totals 3 1 0 J 38 12 27 15 nBattcd for Benton in second. Score by Innings: Pittsburgh 400 000 001--3 Cincinnati 010 201 000--4 Summary--Errors, Koenlg; runs batted in; Snhr 2, LavaKetto, Thevenow, Comorosky, Shiver, Slade 2: two base hits. P. Waner, Hafey, O'Farrell; three base hit, O'Farrell: double, plays, Stado to Plet to Bottomley. Comorosky to Bottomley, Slnde to Bottomley; bases on balls, off French 2, SI Johnson 1. Shaute 1: struck out, by French 1. Shnnte 1; hits, off French 11 in 5 2-3 Innings, W R E S T L I N G Wednesday Night ARMORY, AX 8:30 (One Hour Main Event) FRANK SPEER vs. FRANKIE FRENCH Meske Tageson vs. Wirth (SO minutes) Hader (30 minutes) TICKETS 41c and 36c ladies and Kids 16c Tax Inel. CHARLES CITY AT TOP OF RANKINGS IN TRACK TRIALS Belmond Second With 37 as Comets Mark Up 67 to Take First Place. Charles City 67 Belmond 37 Buffalo Center S3 Britt 221/2 Mason City 215-6 Garner 14 y t Osage 14 St. Ansgar 11 Northwood 9 Clear Lake 7 Showing a superiority in · both Held and track events, Charles City's track team lived up to advance expectations Saturday afternoon at Roosevelt stadium by capturing the fourth annual Mason City high school invitational track and field meet. The Comets scored 67 points, Belmond coming closest to the victors with a total of 37 markers. Mason City's inexperienced squad showed improvement in garnering 21 5-5 points to place fifth in the rankings. Buffalo Center was third with 33 and Britt fourth with 22 i,i points. Running was hampered by a chilly wind which slowed up the time considerably. One of the fastest events of the afternoon was the 220 yard dash, which was run off in :22.3 by Reinfeld of Belmond. Reinfeld also captured the 100 yard dash in the quick time of :10.3. Goelz, teammate of Reinfeld on the Belmond squad, was high point winner for the meet by gathering 21 points. The husky Belmoud star won the 120 yard high hurdles and broadjump, toolc second in the shot put, fourth in the javelin and was a member of the winning half mile relay quartet. The championship Charles City squad presented an evenly balanced team which showed no particular sattelite, but put forth a squad which managed to gain points in almost every event on the program. SUMMARIES 120 high hurdles, preliminary (first beat) --Goelz, Belmond, first.; Hartness, Buffalo Center, second; Hauehey, Charles Oily, third; Lund, St. Anssar, fourth, :"18.8. 20 high hurdles, preliminary (second heat) ayden, Charles City, first: Larson, Buffalo Center, second: Hove. Northwood, third; Kurtz, Gamer, fourth, :15.8. Mile, run--K. Tesch, St. Ansear, first; Jfoonan, BrlUr second; Melke, °orthwood, third; Ray Hake, Belmond, fourth; Caroth- crs. Gamer, fifth. 4:59.5. 130 hlsn hurdles--(finals)--Goelz, Belmond, first: Hartness, Buffalo Center, second: Hayden. Charles City, third: Larson, Buffalo Center, fourth; Hove, Northwood, fifth. :18.6. 100 yard dash, preliminaries (first heat) --G. Johnson, Jfortnwood, first; CioeU, Belmond, second; Dobbs, Charles City, third: Bascomb, Osage, fourth. :10.9. 100 yard dash (second heat)--Runfeldt, Belmond, first; Rice. Charles City, second; Shcuffe, .Mason City, third; D. Johnson, Britt, fourth. :IO,5. 220 low hurdles-- (finals)--Dobbs, Charles City, first; Elwood, Buffalo Center, second; Kurtz, Garner, third: Larson, Buffalo Center, fourth: Turner, Charles City, fifth. Time, :27.«. 220 yard dash--Reinfeld, Belmond. first; Klce, Charles City, second; Paul, Charles City, third: Bascombe, Osape, and Hendrlck- son, Mason City, tied for fourth. Time, :22.3, lliKh Jump--Mnushey, Charles City, and Stevens, Charles city, tied for first: Rcn- oelln, Mason City, and Lund, St. Ansirar, tied for third; Johnson, fifth. Height, 5 feel 7 Inches. Broad Jump--Goelz, Belmond, first; Martin, Mason City, second; Indni, Osa^e, third; Zelsner, Gamer, fourth: ITauglicy, Charles City, fifth. Distance, 20 feet. 1'ole vault^-Falnc. Charles City, first: Hanshey, Charles City, second; Zeismcr, Garner, tied for third; Wanner, Mason city, fifth. Hclcht, 11 feet 9 inches. 440 yard run--Burnett, Charles City, first; Kloberdny, Osace, second; Hendrlckson, Mason City, third: Townsend, Britt, fourth; Uwelle, Northwood, fifth. Time, :56.8. 10 yard dash--(finals)--Kelnfcld, Belmond, first: Goelz. Belmond, second; Dobbs, Charles city, third: Rice. Charles City, and Bascombe, Osnge, tied for fourth. Time, ij.0,3. 220 low hurdles, preliminary (first heat) --Eiwood. Buffalo Center, first; Dobbs Charles city, second; Kurtr., Garner, third; Dillon, Northwood, fourth; McDougal, Osape, fifth. Time, :27.7. 220 low hurdles (second heat)--Larson, Buffalo Center, first: Turner. Charles City, second; ZlcSnier, Garner, third; Lund. St. Ansgar, fourth; Hove, Northwood, fifth. Time, :28.8. 880 yard mn--Noonan. Britt. first: Schlicfc, Charles City, second: Anderson, Britt. third: Ashlock. Mason city., fourth: Thompson, Buffalo Center, fifth. Time, 2:17.7. Mile relay--Charles City (Springer, Turner, f)obbs and Burnett) first: Northwood, sec- eond; Gamer, third: Mason City, fonrth; Osace, fifth. Time, 3:53.7. One-half mile, relay--Belmond (Ralph Hake, Finn. Goelz. Reinfeld) first: OsnRC, second: Charles City, third: Buffalo Center, fonrth; Mason City, fifth. Time, 1:42.5. Shot put--Harkncss, Buffalo Center, first: 5oelz, Bclmond. second: Smith, Charles City, third: Drahcny, Clear Luke, fourth; Schubert, Britt, fifth. 40 feet, 3V4 Inches.. Discus throw--Harkness, Buffalo Center, first; 1'oe. Charles city, second: Eiwood, Buffalo Center, third; Schubert, Britt, fourth; Daniels, Gamer, fifth. 110 feet 11 nehes. Two mllp relay--Britt (Townsend, IfoWl- ett, Anderson, Noonan) first: St. AnsRar, second: Mason City, third. Time, 9:42.5. Jnvclln--Chiiek. clear Lake, first; Peterson, Buffalo Center, second: Patrick, Charles ':|ty. third: Goelz. Belmond. fourth: Larson, Buffalo Center, filth. 13fl feet 6 Inches. Out of the Pressbox -By AJL MITCHELL- GBAVELIE Two Hits for Pair of Games Given by Cub By HUGH S. FtttXEKTON, Jr. Associated Tress Sports Writer Those who predicted the Chicago Cubs would have to rely upon their tremendous slugging power to get into the National league pennant race evidently overlooked Lonnie Warneke, the tall righthander from Mt. Ida, Ark. He has pitched two games so far this season, won them both and allowed just two hits, one each to Cincinnati and St. Louis. Wins Wicrtl Game. Following up his opening day performance against the Reds, War.- neke turned in the same feat against the Cardinals Sunday as the Cubs won the weirdest kind of a game by a 15 to 2 score. The only blow Lonnie allowed was a double by Jirn Collins in the fifth which led to the two St. Louis runs.Jtt followed a walk to Spud Davis. Then a passed ball let Davis score and Collins reach third. Jim the Ripper tallied after Gene Moore's fly. Meanwhile the Cubs rapped the brothers, Dean, Dizzy and Paul, and Jim Winford and Clarence Heise, for 22 hits, including Chuck Klein's third homer and one by Gabby Hartnett. Cubs in Lead. The victoiy gave the Cubs the league lead as the champion Giants suffered their season's first setback at the hands of the Braves. The score was 6-5 as Boston rapped Freddy Fitzsimmons freely and held o- to its early lead even after Homer Peel hit a pinch homer in the ninth. The Brooklyn Dodgers handed the Phillies their sixth straight defeat, 7 to 5, collecting their winning runs on a four-run outburst against George Darrow in the eighth. The Pirates nosed out Cincinnati 5-4 in the other National league contest. Sox Draw 44,000. A crowd, rather than any particular game, furnished the American league feature. The Boston Red Sox, who have been gunning for attendance records ever since the season started, drew a paid attendance of 44,631 to Fenway park to see them take an 8 to 1 licking from the Yankees and Lefty Gomez. Some 6,000 more were turned away as the Sox had reached a new mark of 145,000 for six home games. The champion Washington Senators, finally found a flinger who could go the route and defeated the Athletics 4 to 3 behind AI Thomas. The first Sunday game in Philadelphia drew a 20,000 crowd, which saw-Thomas outpitch Roy Mahaffey. Fine relief hurling by Buck Newsom, who granted only two hits in 6 2-3 innings, helped the Browns beat the White Sox 6 to 5. The Detroit-Cleveland contest was halted by rain. Neighbor Knute Rockne, who coached the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame to football heights, might have been one of the best coach-makers or smiths in Vossevagen, Voss, Norway instead of a teacher of sports. He could have come naturally into such a trade ,for his father was a fine blacksmith and wagonmaker, and his grandfather was a coach builder known far and wide. * * # Authority for such a statement as that foregoing has come from a man who knows, because he knew Rockne, when the hero of sports was a youngster living a few miles from Vossevagen. That was his home too. John Gravelie, construction superintendent, carpenter and builder, who lives at 614 Sixth street southeast, in Mason City, knew the Rocknes before football was much of a game. Notre Dame gained a football ,_ coach and Vossevangen lost a smith when Lars-Lewis-Rockne came to the United States in 1S92, planning both to see the World's fair, the Columbian exposition of Chicago, and to exhibit his handiwork there. * * S! He liked the big city, and sent for his family. Knutc, his brother, George, and two sisters came and grew up in Chicago, among the Norwegians and the Irish in a none-too-pretty Logan square district that offered plenty of chance for Knute to show his athletic ability in gang fights. "He liked to fight, like most Norwegians do," says John Gravelie. From there on the life of Rockue is pretty well known to most folks, up to its tragic ending in an airplane crash "f three years ago. Let's consider this friend of the Rockne's who lives in Mason City. He's an old time skiier. He has a good friend in Sig Haughdal, who roars around the dirt ovals of summer fairs in speedway tests. # * * 'John Gravelie came to the'Unitefi States in 1909, and he's been 20 years in Mason Cit3'. He is Past Noble Grand of the I. 0. O. F. lodge and he car point to many buildings in Mason City on which he superintended the construction. Te built his own home, at his present address, 15 years ago, "on Sundays and evenings," he says. The season for skis in North Iowa (Turn to Market Page) Week-End Sports By ASSOCIATED PRESS TIIACK PALO ALTO. Cal.: Lyman betters shot pnt record with toss nf 34 feet 1 Inch as StanTorci trips California. 8I-BO. LAWRENCE. Kans.: Cunningham trounres ciukfl by 20 yards In 4:12.7 mtlc at Kansas relays. HAtllNG HAVRE I)E ORACE, Jld.: Equipoise runs Impressively to ttln Philadelphia liandlenp. ARLINGTON, Tc*.: FIlRht wins Texas derby with Rlsknlns third. NEW YORK: Fnumonok handicap at Jamnlc-t coes to Kct. Byrne, derby cllelnle. BALTIMORE: Vnndevlllo wins grand national point to point race. GENERAL MONTREAL: Pedcn »nd Andy win sU day bike mee. ST. LOUIS: Omnce, N. .1. retains In- lematlonal Y. M. c. A. swimming crown. LOS ANGELES: Meyers wins 150 mile auto road race* Directory of North Iowa Ball Clubs BASEBALL. Charles City Lions. Manager and booking agent, John SanderSj 906 Gilbert street, telephone 1054. Team plans to install lights on Lion field for night games at home this season. Members of baseball committee in charge are Dr. Banton, chairman; H. O. Frudden, George Buckman, Will Johnson, Ray Melrose, W. G. Joor and John Sanders. SOFTBALL. Decker's Beef Department, Mason City. Manager and booking agent: Louis Kaufman, Decker's beef department. Team wants Sunday and week day games in Mason City and away. Also wants night games on Sunday and week nights away from home. STANDINGS Chicago X. Tork Rnmklyn I'ltts'gh Detroit N. York Boston Fhllad'lt NATIONAL I.EAOUE \V. I,. Pet.! \\. !,,, I'et. 0 1.000! Roston 1 .833! St. Louis 1 .80(11 Oncln'ntt 2 .600! I'hllad'la 1 4 I i 0 6 AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. 1'ct.j \V. L. 3 1 .7.',OISI. Lmils 3 2 ^ 2 .fiflOJ Cleveland 2 2 3 3 -J0»! Wunh'ton 3 -I .T .500! Chlcaco 1 AMKIUCA.N ASSOCIATION Mlnn'poll.1 Toledo Columbus Indi'polls \V. L. J'et.l \V, 4 1 .SCO; .Mllvrankce J .1 1 .7501st. I'nul ^ 2 3 .BOOi Kan. City 2 3 2 .5001 Louisville 1 L. Pet. GOO RESULTS NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn 7; I'hllndt-Iphla C. IMtlshur^h S; Cincinnati 4. R'.ston 6; New York 5. Chicago 13; SI. Ixmlt ,!. Monday Gnmc*. Open Dntp. AMERICAN' LKAGL'K M. IA\U\* G: Chtcitco R. Washington -I; rtillatlclpnla 3. New York Si Roston J. Detroit flt Cleveland--rain. Monday Games. Open Pnk. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION" Indianapolis n-ft; Coin mini* 4-S. Minneapolis 12; Ktinsas City 9, Milwaukee .1; St. I'nnl -t. IrfnilsvIHc nt Tolrdn--uf-t KWiunds, Monday Ginnes. NIMBLE NETSTER TAKES WIN OVER GIANT OPPONENT Gives Shields Great Battle to Lose in Finals in Five Set Match. WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W. Va., April 23. UP)--He didn't win but the hero of the fourteenth annual Mason and Dixon tennis tournament was Bryan M. Grant, Jr., pint-sized package of Dixie dynamite. The nimble Atlantan, five feet three inches tall and weighing only 120 pounds, accomplished the downfall of the biggest man in the tournament, six feet four inch Lester Stoefen, and came within a few moults of beating the second biggest ·Competitor, six feet three inch Frank Shields, in the .final round yesterday. He couldn't quite make the grade against Shields and the country's No. 1 ranking player finally emerged the winner ai'ter five sets, 2-6, 1-6, 6-3, 8-6, 6-4. Wilmer Allison and George Lott, probable American Davis cup doubles combination, defeated Shields and Stoefen, 7-9, 6-4, 6-4 ( 6-3, in the men's doubles finals. Jane Sharp of Pasadena, cal., the women's singles winner, also shared in the women's mixed doubles championships. She teamed with 'Stoefcn to beat Berkeley Bell and Florence Leboutillier of New York, 5-2, 6-4, and with Norma Taubele of New York to defeat Katberine Winthrop of Boston and Miss Leboutillier, 6-2, 5-T, 6-1. rhomoR n 3 Thompson High Wins in Season Opener by 6-3 THOMPON, : .|.pril .23--Th? 'Thompson high school baseball team played its opening game of the season Friday afternoon defeating the Forest City high school team by a score of 6-3. Mattison and Thorsheim were on the mound for Thompson and Brown for Forest City. The remaining games: April 27--JolCB here. May 4--Lake Mills lierc. May II--Lake .Mills tbere. May 15--Forest City tbere. May 1H--.lo.'ee there. May 2-^--Lelana 1 tbere. May 28--Leland here. DIAMOND ACES By ASSOCIATED PRESS ·OH U'arniikf- »nd Clnicfc Klein, Cufis: Wltrncke limited Cards to one hit; Klein clouted horm-r, double and two singles In Ifl-S victifty- rrd schulfe, Sumitors: Urovo In nil \Vu.Hhtnpini runs In 4-3 victory over Athletics with lionier and fly. ain Kiifrncckc, Dodffrrs: Made fine nm- ff cutcli nf Kartell's fly dieck I'hlllles' rally In ninth. lien Thai""!*", Yankees: T-cd attack on Sox with Iiomer, double* two slnfjles and stolen biific. Joe Shiuitp, RpcJs: Limited 1'lrates to four hits In seven Innings us relief nltchor. twrRc Pncclnelll, Itrttwns: WitHnped two honicninft against \VliIte Sox, driving In four tallies. Bill Urbanskl. Braves: Id HosUm Mt- tins jiKuinst Giants ivHh three singles. AMERICAN LEAGUE BOX SCORES SUNDAY'S GAMES VASIII.NGTON--I AH II PC) A Ujer 2t 4 0 1 f i IS 2 " inln AN Schulte cf 4 Kubcl Ib It Bl'eKC 3b 4 Here 0 2 1 1 1 ] I 1 10 0 0 4 3 4 1 0 0 1 Totnli 30 10 27 13 rlULADELl'IIIA--3 All'H I'OA U'sller 3b t 0 4 li t'ranier ef 5 Klnney rf I I'.ixv Ib H McNalr mi * .tnlins'n If 4 HIKE'S 3b 4 Hayes f, 4 Mah'fey p 4 I 2 II I 1 II :i 13 i 0 1 4 0 3 0 4 0 0 3 3 I 0 0 1 Totals 38 12 27 12 .Score by Innings: WashlliKton 000 000 301--1 I'hllndrllihlii 001 000 020--3 Summary--Errors, VTarstler, "erp, BliieEc, onln; runs lintleil In, Sobultc 4, Koxx, Inyes 2; two base liH,", Kuliel. .Stone, BerK. l r oxx: homeruns, Schuite, Hayes; stolen HISCN. Mannsh, I'-oxx; sacrifice. Thomas: IcinblB plays. McNnlr to Warsller lo Foxv. Blui-ce to Mycr to Knbel, Myer to Croiiln Kuhel: bUHrs on balls, off Thonms 3. 'Mahaffey is; struck out, by Tliomii* 3. by Mnhaffey 1. I'mplres, Summers and Dln- 1. .Time. 1:53. NEW YORK--K All II TO A Climbs cf Houc cf Rolfc ss 0 0 0 1. 0 0 0 0 Cro'etll tut 3 1 Ruth I f 5 1 0 0 H S 1 III II Chap'n rf B 4 15 1 Laz'rl 3b 11 1 1 2 lorRens c. 3 0 R 0 liefer 2 b 3 2 3 4 Gomez p 4 0 0 2 Totals 3 7 1 0 2 7 1 0 BOSTON--1 Alt II I'll A Olssell 2b 4 1 3 2 \Verber ss 4 1 1 3 Mor'an 111 4 1 H 1 R. ,I'on If 4 0 1 II Keyn'dN rf 4 1 (I II Soltrra rf 4 I n II Kerrell e 3 3 II II Walters 3b :i 0 1 2 RluicleN p 1 0 ft ;i aSeeds 1 0 0 0 Wiillirnc i 0 0 1 1 bltlsllop 0 II 0 (I I'en'ock p (I 0 0 1 Totals 32 8 2 7 1(1 altutletl for Rbodt* In ninth. bllallt-il for Walters; In eighth. Score by Innings: .New York 100 130 102--K [loston 000 010 000--1 Summary--Error, Werber: runs butted In, Chapman 4, Gehrlir 3. Larzer!, Wallers: two base hlls, Crosettl, Huth, Gehrii;, Cbapmiui, Heffner 2, Clssell, U'eber: homenuis, (·hap- in: stolen liases. Ciehrlir, Chapman; sacrifice, Heffner: double nluy. La*/.erl to Heffner to Gehrle: liases on balls, off Ciimwr. 1. Rhodes 3. \Valberi; 1; struck out, by florin* 4. Rhodes 3, Walton: 3: bits, off Rhodes ,- In 5 InnliiKS, \Vullicrc 2 In 3, Pcnnnck 3 In 1: vvilll pitch, Rhodes: winning pitcher. Gomez: loslnc pltclicr. Rlii,ile«. empires, McCownn and Owen. Time. 2:03. ST. LOUIS--(I AB II I'D A Cllft 31 5 1 1 West cf Burns Jh Pnc'elll If C'pbell rf 0 2 1 0 4 1 14. I 1 2 1 '0 Mellilo 2b 4 1 3 0 0 IS Grube c 4 0 6 1 Stnin^e ss 3 Weaver p I Newsom p 2 1 1 0 0 Totals 31 8 27 17 CHICAGO--H AH H I'O A Sw'flon ft 4 0 3 Hayes 2 I 4 1 2 Bnnunt Ib 4.J. 7 sim'nns If 4 i Apnllnfr HS 3 Haas cf 2 Shea c 3 Sh'lilln 3b 3 E'nslinu' p 1 nBnrd'ray t IVyalt p 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 a a o D II 0 SON FOLLOWS IN DAD'S FOOTSTEPS AS BALL PLAYER Crandali to Be Here With Demons for Pair of Baseball Games. DES MOINES, April 23.--Tho scion of one of the most colorful pitchers of all time in major leaguo baseball, James Crandall, will bo seen in action in Mason City Saturday and Sunday, when he appears for the first time as a member of the Des Moines baseball club. The Demons have scheduled a two-day series again the Mason City Bais, to be played at the fairgrounds baseball park. Crandall is the son of Otis Crandall and a nephew of Carl Crandall, both famous big leaguers. Dull Was ],rug;ucr. His dad pitched for the New York Giants, aiding McCraw's aggregation to several national league pen-- nants and to a world's championship or two, back in the days wheix :he New York Giants were in their irime--along about 1908. That was ;eforc Jimmy was born. His uncle, Carl, was an infielder ,n the "big show." Now the youngster, who is reputed to be headed in his father's .'ootstcps. has signed a contract to wear a Des Moines uniform in 1934. Worked With Pirates. James Crandall is a catcher. Ha has spent the spring training season in California with the Pittsburgh Pirates, where his father is engaged as a coach. Word from the- Pirates' camp has gone abroad that young Crandall has shown flashes of real form, and will be a great asset to ths Des Moines club. The story is that he is a real backstop, although he has not been seen in action by Manager Harold Irelan of the DCS Moines team. i Crandall is due to report in Des Moines for spring training a day or two ahead of ths trip to Mason City, but he will be in real shape due to bis-early season training-and tice with the Pittsburgh crew,; under the tutelage of Coach "Dad" Crandall. Totals 31 li 2T 7 nBoiflitKaruy batted Jor Earnsliaw In tlilnl. Swire by Innings: SI. Louis 201 001 Oil--I! Chicago Summary---Errors, none; runs batted In. West, Piieelnelll 4, flrttne. Honura, Simmons. Clmmberlfn 2, Bordncaruy: two haw lilts. West, Jtnrns: Iliri-p base hlls. Cllfl, Campbell; homerims. rneclm-Itl 1, Bonilru: stolen last;, Cliamberlln; siierlflce. NewKom; bases HI Imlls, off Weaver (i, Xeu-som 2, Kurn- shuw a, \Vyatt 1: struck out, by Weaver 2, Xeivsom 3. Ennulmw 3. H'yiill 3: bits, all Weaver 3 In 2 1-3 Innlnss, Xi'wsoin 2 In fi 2-3, Earnshaw 3 in :t. Wyalt fl In ti: wild pitches, Weaver :t: bulk. Weaver: ivlnnlnK pltcber. Newsom; losinc tilteber, Wyntt. ildres, Kolis, Illlueumnd and Ormttby. Time, 2:23. Swaledale Wins 8 to 5 on Home Baseball Field SWALEDALE, April 23.--Swale- dale high school defeated Ventura 8 to 5 Friday afternoon on the local diamond. Raymond Derry of Swale- dale, first baseman, suffered a broken ankle in the final inning. Graeltmger Wins 12-11 in Emmetsburg Baseball EMMETSBURG. April 23--Graettinger high school defeated Emmetsburg high in baseball, 12-11, there Friday afternoon, with Emmetsburg- leading until the seventh inning. Sewell of Emmetsburg and Grady of Graettinger each knocked out a. homerun. 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