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. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE. MARCH 8 · 1937 'NINE MOHAWKS, KLEMME MOVE TO^ISTRICT NORTH IOWA T O ! ' " SEE SQUADS AT THREE TUSSLES Early Starting Night Set as Wednesday Sees Tourney Play Under Way. Mohawks Down Forest Cityans Mohawks vs. Bison East. DISTRICT NO. 5 At Waterloo. CLASS A-- FIRST ROU.VI1 l l e c o r a h vs. M'cst Union. Lake Mill, \t. H'aterk K l k a d e r vs. Waverly. 3 l n q u n k e t a vs. Neu- l l n m p l n i i . CLASS If^FlRST itOUJVfJ 1'eltu vs. Tripoli. l ; l . n w l e r DISTRICT 3V O. B At AVebsfer City. CLASS A-- FIRST UOU.ND Relmond vs. Webster C i t y . Hampton vs. Marhalltou'n. B u f u l o Center vs. MASON C1TV. Jlumbolrtt vs. Iowa Falls. CLASS B-- FIRST ROUNI1 n n o d e l l vs. Fenian (Seneca). namrar vs. Ottosen. T l a n t e l l v.s. Oivasa. Klemme vs. LaHIoille. DISTRICT NO. 7 At Sioux City. CLASS A-- FIRST B O U N D r.tnmctibllrr vs. Storm lake. Ha«-flrdeu vs. S i b l c y . E M h e r v i l l e vs. Sioux Cily (EasU rocalinnlas vs. Sheldon CLASS B-- FIRST H O U N D Alvard vs. Sioux liapids. lironson vs. M a l l a r d . nraitsalc VJ , Tepril. Everly vjr. Hlnton. .. DES MOINES, (JP)-- Successfully over the first championship J lu , ludl f. 128 boys' high school bas- Jvetball teams resume their quest · Jor the state title in eight district Stai ' ling Wednesday GLOBE-GAZETTE S SECTION Hercs Jack Wallace of Mason City, body arched like a taul bow as he riffhls for the ball with Wayne Burman, Forest Sty , ores y guard. The Mohawks won the Class A title at Clear Lake Saturday s.-s'sx a^s'g^^^^^v^^^ * opening Adopting a new policy for the district meets, the State high school athletic board announced Sunday night that piny will start .Wednesday night and that all games throughout the tournament .wjll be played at night. Championships Saturday. Championship finals in each di- · vision of the tournaments will be staged Saturday night. The 16 sur?i vo ??,' eveil 'y distributed between the Classes A and B, will be eligible for the state finals tournament at DCS Moines March 18. The teams lose their class identification in the finals meet, the Class B teams mixing with the Class '.A clubs for 'the first time smctthewBoa 1 entries^ opened* tlie firing in the sectional meets. Bitter battles obviously 'are ahead. The pairings for the second district bring Muscatine, Little Six champion, and Davenport, familiar figure in state tournament play, together at Muscatine Wednesday night in a game that may produce the district's Class A champion. Franklin "Dark Horse." Franklin of Cedar Rapids, which upset Roosevelt, another Cedar Rapids team and Mississippi valley titlist, ranks as the "dark horse at Muscatine. Franklin urew Vinton as a first round foe. The sixth district at Webster City also is packed with tough teams. Mason City, 1936 runnerup and state champion in 1935, will play Buffalo Center in its first contest. Marshalltown, rated as the outstanding team, in the district, has Hampton in the first round. Webster City, semifinalist " " Mason City Beats Indians to Enter Next Cage Scrap OUT of the PRESSBOX By Al Mitchell OSSIE SOLEM HAS TRIAL WITH SYRACUSE TEAM Ossie M, Solem, who resigned as University of Iowa athletic director and football coach to become football coach at Syracuse university . . . "is on Iriat and has to make good," an article in the Syr- acusan . . . university magazine . . . declares. * * * Written by Stanley Voulelis, the article said: "Syracuse welcomes its new Mohawks Take Final Game*" by 23-16 to Advance From Lake Battle. _ And That's No. 3 MASON CITY--;jj Cuokntan r .. l C. Wood f .. I McKeiizy t .. I IV.illace f ... t itutr r i Gorman e ... n Hepncr c . W. Wo Fletcher E TOTALS ·i ]:: ;IR FOREST CITV--II! hot.! FO IT JTSt IT 1 U II I 3 I I Fcnlon Porter Peterson Indviek c Stover Bur ma n t .. I n i TOTALS . . . . 21 R fi 1 10 1C SDore by Qumfers:' ' ' / ' ' · MASON' CITY . ' ........ 8 ].f «n °3 FOKnST CITV ...... ... S G V- ir, Officials: Dengcr ( U p p e r Iowa); Gorm- Icy (Parsons). CLEAR LAKE-- Mason Cily high school cleared its third obstacle in the path toward district tournsment competition Saturday night, at the Class A sectional meeting here, when the Mohawks defeated Forest City 23 to 16 to clinch the crown. Mason City's attack failed lo flash the power that it showed in the opening contest of the tournament, but the Mohawks had control of the ball so much of · the time, limiting the Indians to a single field goal and an assortment of three free tosses in the MISSES TUSSLE AT LAST MATCH State Championship Events to Be Decided at Drake in Girls' Tourney. GIRLS' FINAL MEET At Des Moincs. C H A M P I O N S H I P P A I R I N G S Upper Bracket. A d e l vs. Lciio.v. C c n l c r v i l l e vs, Monroe Tn-p. Fonda vs. Scj-mour. Gutliric Center vs. Wellslmre. football coach from the University of Iowa with -high hopes, mixed, perhaps, with a little of the 'show- me 1 attitude. Ossie Solem is on trial." Pointing out that Solem will receive 57,500 a year, "excluding rumored alumni donations," Voulelis declared it the "highest ever paid a Syracuse football coach." * * « He referred to the 1938 Syracuse grid schedule, which includes Duke and Michigan State . . . along with perennial foes . . . and said: "This means only one thing, Syracuse . . . in scheduling big- time opponents . . . must have a big-time team. And the one sure way to get it is to go out afler material." Voulelis pointed out that the theme song at Syracuse is "Beat Colgate" and pointed out that "Solem has beaten Colgate" with his 1935 University of Iowa team. "Obviously," the article concluded, "the football situation is a many-sided one. But it is quite safe to say . . . should Solem fail to defeat Colgate next year . . . he should certainly manage to accomplish it before his contract expires.*' Armstr T^Dwer Brackel. ng vs. L y n n v i l l e . a r r a E U l v.s. O l i n . Frcmonl vs. M'atrrvtlle. Kamrar v*. West Benil. first half, that Forest given few chances points. Had it not been lo City was rack up for Wayne a year ago, will at Des Moines piny Bclmond. Similar close competition is expected in Class A at Ottumwa, Waterloo, Mt. Ayr, Sioux- City, Newton nnd Council Bluffs, flit. Ayr Has Class. The best Class B appears to be al Mt. Ayr, where Maloy, Diagonal and Braddyvilie are in the field. Maloy advanced to the district without playing a game after two other Class B teams moved inlo Class A to avoid conflict with Maloy. Diagonal long has been prominent in the state tournament and Braddyvilie has come up wilh a powerful team Ihis year. A new state champion is assured in state finals. Ames, 1936 winner, lost'to Nevada, 30 to 28, in the Colo sectional last Friday night. Wood, who puncheod in a set o£ baskets on block plays started from Howard Gorman's pivot position, and caged a couple from farther out wilh accurate sniping, the Mason Cityans would have had a slim night. Wood scored 10 of the 23 points, and was closely followed by Capt. Everett Fletcher, who bounced in two baskets, and collected four free tosses to make his total eight counters. The score was close only in the opening minutes, when the Mohawks got away to a 4 to 0 lead, only to see Bob Indvick, Indian center, lie the count with a running, one hand poke, his only basket of the game. .DBS' MOINES; (£) -- S i x t e e n girls ' basketball teams, having smashed through sectional and district competition, will come here this week for the start o£ the finals tournament at the Drake fieldhouse Thursday morning. CenlervIIle's Bcdettes, champions for the last two years, again will head the parade of contending teams. The Redcttes, who won BREAK FINAL TIE Hansell high school, finalist and third place team in the girls' state championship last, season, was forced out of the last battle for the 1S37 crown when three teams tied for first place in the district tournament there Saturday night. H a n s e l l , Waterville a n d Wellsburg each won two and lost one game in the round robin meet. The tournament was decided on the basis of scoring records, Waterville and Wellsburg having won their games by the biggest margins CATHOLIC CAGE BATTLE BEGINS Eight Teams Left in Scrap for Crown Defended by Dubuque Academy. CATHOLIC TOUItNEY At Des IMoincs. FIKST nou.vri PAIRINGS Francis ( C o u n c i l m u f f s ) three straight games in district play, will meet Monroe township -DR. J. Gl. CRAVEN D E N T I S T PRACTICE LIMITED TO" PLATE WORK ..jS.iEfB*' 1 ' l*EbAB RAPID!: STREET S,E. OES M O I N E S MASON CITY 1 S I O U X CITY 2ND ROUND GOLDEN GLOVES Thurs., March 11 MASON CITY ARMORY TALL, SHORT WIN Coach Howard Barker of Mason City high school received a telegram from George Haynes and Al Sloeckev, former members of his Mohawk wrestling team: "Iowa Slate Big Six champs. Tall and Short of Mason City only individual champs." Meaning that little George Haynes, 118 pounder, and Al Stoecker, 175 pounder, were the main cogs in winning the Big Six wrestling championship for lowa State college Saturday: Thursday. Wellsburg, Joseph (ncu-llt). St. Mary's (Storm Lake) ( n u b u n . u e ) . St. Pauls ( D e f i a n c e ) vs. (Davenport). Sacred Heart ( f o r t Ilinlgc) Mary's I M n r s h i i l U o t v l i ) . SI. f.s. Columbia St. Ambrose Aussies and U. S. Favored in Zone Play Late May to See Final Test for North American Aces at Forest Hills. By HENRY SUPKR United Press Staff Correspondent. NEW YORK, (UP)--The Davis Cup North American zone finals-probably between Australia and the United States--will be played May 23, 30 and 31 at Forest Hills, N. Y., the U. S. Lawn Tennis association announced. This battle, which will send the winner into the inter-zone finals with the European victor for the right to meet England in the challenge round, will be the first Davis Cup encounter at the Long Island tennis stadium in five years and the fifth in history. The dale was set early to give Australia's team sufficient time to train for Its first round scrap with Mexico, April 30, May 1 and 2 at Mexico City. If. S. to Play Japan. The United Stales plays Japan in^its first round match. The U. S.-Japan series probably will be played on the Pacific coast. U. S. L. T. A. officials are negotiating to stage tile first Davis Cup battle in history on the Pacific coast--probably in early May --because they feel it would draw larger gates than in the east. The Australian team, which eliminated the United Stales last year in the North American zonn finals at Philadelphia, will sail from Sydney on March IR and will arrive at Vancouver B C April g. ' ' ' It will be composed of Jack Crawford, Adrian Quist, Vivian McGrath and John Bromwich Crawford and Quist last year whipped the U. S. an d then went on to fight England to a 3-2 victory in the challenge round. Newcomer (o Play. Bromwich, ati 18 year old star ci ? "^corner to the United Males. His style is as unorthodox as that of McGrath, who uses two-hand grip. The youth defeated - all of. his - ·' Klemme Defeats Rock Falls lv, L- f · n . Mo ' 1laml , IS , in ll '= »''ck of the scrap under Rock Falls' baskc ,,, llus flashp ,oln, taken as a favorite Kfcmnic (cam won the Class B sectional crown from Knelt Falls Saturday at Clear PENNANT HOPES HINGED ON KNEE FOR NEW YORKS Terry Must Be Playing, otf Must Find Better Sub for New Season. . who -- -- ...,, Davis cup teammates in recent Australian tournaments, hits two-handed on Ins forehand drive and uses a single grip for back hand returns . Makeup oC the American team is still in doubt. Don Budge the nation's No. 1 plnyer, is sure of his position but a strong finht is expected for (he other p 0s k iu- Klemme Takes Class B at Lake Meet to Move Higher Rock Falls Surprises "B Entrants by Winning Berth in Final. Semifinal Upset H O C K PALLS-- Hi n o u M i s It. V U N T U I l i V -- D Ktlar ( llrcxvu T Mollaml f W i l k i n s o n tleililina c h i t / o i l f Uiimchscn I I Ijcnyicr f n ii ii;iif)ii:iu. r-r I ^ ^ic.rcll t :i I 1 1 Linen-caver I « .(JO 1 . Stitc.i f I) I] 0| Anderson g II 0 1 1 n n I X I n TOTALS i; i SITOTAI.S x Technical I n u l , Andcrsnu. Score by quarters: H O O K FAI.LS ........... I n V K N T U U A .............. :i | Free t h r o w s missed: Rock Ventura 5. Class A. FOREST CITY-- 17 |UH1TT-- IS '5'tpt! '. PoMcr f o n ns/i.-inj-lcr r I'elcr.snn l i i d v l c k Stover e l i n e m a n r-r :t I :i[Siell I ·z n :ifnrookji r '; II "|H. .InlniMi II O " [ M c M i l l a n II II I I M l l l l i i i ff 1 I) 1 1 I I . Jolmsn a n o t h e r familiar RALPH O'DELL And Strong Supporting Card MASON CITY ARMORY, MAR. 18 TICKETS MAIN FLOOR AND FIRST ROW BALCONY ?I.1Z 2ND ROW BALCONY...85c Cash or Money Order Payable lo W. .T. Irvingr, Mason City INSURANCE BONDS 5 " MASON CITY team in the girls' tournaments again will be back lo try for an- olher title. Wellsburg has come out of the northeast Iowa district for five straight years to compete in Ihe finals meet. It won the championship in 1934. Wellsburg, in the upper bracket with Centerville, will play Guth- i'ie Center. Armstrong and Lynnville, appearing here for the first time, will open the lournamenl al 10 o'clock. Walerville, back for the f o u r t h straight year, and Fremont get into action. All of the players and coaches plan to arrive here Wednesday for practice drills on the Drake court. Detroit Roster Set as Mick Gives Call LAKELAND, Fla., (UP)-- Every pitcher and catcher on the Detroit Tigers' roster reported for practice Monday, the first time in years no batteryman has been tardy to training camp. Wilh perfect weather, Manager Mickey Cochrane kept 15 pitchers and four catchers practicing for Iwo hours. Recruit inficldcrs, English and Wilburn, and Ihe veteran outfielder, Al Simmons, also joined the first batteries' workout. DES MOINES, (ft)-- Eight Catholic high school basketball teams started play Monday at the Drake fieldhouse for the slate championship now held by Columbia academy of Dubuque. Columbia has St. Mary's of Storm Lake for a first round foe. The Dubuque team, led by high- scoring Bob Matthews, ranked ns a tournament favorite along with St. Ambrose of Davenporl. The Davenport team, featuring Dick Donohoe. a sharpshootnig forward, gets ils first test against St. Paul's of Defiance. St. Francis of Council Bluffs and St. Joseph's of De Witt drew the opening game assignment. Sa- |cred Heart of Fort Dodge and St. M a r y ' s of Marshalliown are booked for the second night game. Semifinal games will be played Tuesday afternoon. The championship finals and the consolation encounter will be Tuesday night. Revoha, Picard Up in Southern Tussle MIAMI, Fla., (UP)-- Johnny Revolta, former P. G. A. champion, and Henry Picard of Hcr- shey, Pa., shooting' for their third straight international four-bnll golf title, came from behind Sunday lo score a one up triumph in the opening round. Shooting a best ball of (57 nnd 68 over the 3G holes, Revolta and Picard eliminated ''Wild Bill" Mehlhorn, Louisville, and Joe Turnesa, Hartford, Conn., after trailing one up at the thirty-second hole. Revolta and Picard meet Gene Sarazen and Jimmy Mines of Garden City, L. I., in the second round. Sarazen and Mines beat Billy Burke, Cleveland, and Ed Dudley, Philadelphia, 4 and 3. Riggsi and Joe HunVof"Califoi^a and Sidney Wood of New York cornel)' ^ V SUl " Wh ° ' S p!a " ni " g a VETERAN TO BE ON LOCAL CARD Buzz Smith to Box in One of Prelim Bouts With O'Dell Mix Here. TOTALS « [ 91TOTAI.S Score by q u a r t e r s : 1-'OIU;.ST CITV ·' · 11I11TT | 1 Tree throws missed: Forest Tlritt 13. O f f i c i a l s : l i o r n i l e y (l'arsniis)i ( U n i i e r t t « a . and won City Hence caretu by tw B u 7. -/. Smith, ci'il, has been Whiley Waldcn of velcrnn lighl- matchcd with Albert Lea, - -- · "·· * n'Jtl L Ajt-ii Minn., for an eight round preliminary on the American Legion boxing card starring Ralph O'Dell of Otlumwa, March 18. Smith, who has been fighting throushout Michigan, Missouri- Kansas.and the west coast has had more than 100 fights, and jn- r S S '?v'!i S racortl bouls with Gordon Wallace, Mickey Slater Jimmy Salvatore, Johnny Cosgrave and Rusty Evans, according lo Promoter W. H. Irving Other bouls for Ihe O'Dell show and an opponent for the husky young heavyweight from O t l u m w a are now being arranged by Pro- moier Irving. An upset battle defensive contest, points after a tight session, sen Rock Falls to the Class B fina game, and Forest City lo th Class A windup, Saturday after noon. Rock Falls, defeated by Von tun in the Cerro Gordo county tour nument at Thornton, stretched . slim lead into n 16 lo a victory over the boys from the head o the lake. Johnny Wilkinson': southpaw shot, tied up with ; pair of free throws, gave the win ncrs a 4 to 3 lead at Ihe firs quarter, Ventura counting it points on n lipin by Al Grell and a free loss by Clarence Slilos. Holtl Slim Edge. Orel! got another free throw in (lie second period, and Dave Edgar caged one for Rock Falls, ti make U 5 lo 4 at the half. The winner went ahead by 9 to ; " l u " ""-'' period, as Kdgai 6 in the third ner WRESTLERS WIN WATERLOO--George Karamitros, Mason City 118 pounder, won second place at his weight in the Y. M. C. A. invitational wrestling held here Saturday, while Tom Rumeliote was taking the 155 pound high school division crown and Cecil Molt was winning third place at 105 pounds. Mexican Batters Whip Connie Mack's Squad MEXICO CITY, (UP)--The Mexican Champion Agrarian baseball team defeated the Philadelphia Athletics Sunday, 2 to 1, as Pitcher Romo Chavez held the American leaguers to five hits. Romo, who belongs to the St. Louis Browns, hit a two-bagger and scored the tying run in the third. The Agrarians engineered the winning tally on a double steal in the fourth. The Athletics' only run was Billy Werber's homer in the first. The Mexicans got to Kelley, Ross and easier /or eighl hits, including three two-baggers. Court House Win at Algona Keg Game A L G O N A--The Court House Kats gained three games during the past week's play in the Kos- sulh county bowling league and retained their lead over the Phillips Gfi team by a seven game margin. The only change made in the team standings from last week was. the switch of the Coffee Shop and the Fearless Five learns. The learn standings arc as follows: , angled one right inlo the strings to open Ihe second half, and Wilkinson got a slraighl-in setup a few minutes later. Harlcy Coyiei tipped in a basket for Ventura's two points. Two quick buckets by Wilkinson and Bill Dedtnn, wilh a free throw nnd a pushup by Truman Motland set the f i n a l count foi Rock Falls at 1C points, and free tosses by Grell and Coyici- added up n i n e counters for Ventura in the f i n a l session. Brill's neat defense held For- esl City to a single field goal in the first h a l f . Use Tight Defense. The midget team turned Elwyn Steil loose lo zone the scoring area, while his mates threw a tight man-for-man system at the Indians. Bob Indvick scored the lonely goal, shooting a ringer from a corner, in the first session, Mullin was neatly , while Hugh Cr.,,,1 | P h i l l i p * :ik 1.. I I C n f f r r S h o p ;r, Farinrr* .'.'I !!.'!!·' 'V, I.uvnrnc I . . ! ! ! ! ! ! 7:t Hurt 3 TABLE TEST ENDS The final match o£ the Deckar Brothers-Y. M. C. A. fourth annual ping pong tournament was on the Monday sports schedule in Mason City, listed for 8 o'clock. Ralph Dieckmann was to oppose Boh Walters for the singles title. netting two goals, which helped Brilt b u i l d up a 7 to 2 edge. Mullin'.s third counter wax ihe only Britt scoring in the third period, however, while Harold Peterson slipped behind Ihe defense /nnc for two sclups, Russ Slover bounced n high arch shot off Ihe board and inlo Ihe ring, and Don Fcnton was left all alone for an easy push shot. The score was 10 to 9 at the end of the third period, /or Forest City. Teams Trade Lead, The Indians pulled out in front by 13 to 10 as Stover caged a running shot in the final quarter, but Britt got the lead again when Steil took a setup shot, all alone under the basket, and Rudy Johnson beat the defense to the goal fast break, Forest City took again when Pelerson a command slapped n Shamrocks Turn Loose Big Spree in Last Session lo Grab Top Place. Favorites Win K M I M M I C -- : i l IKOCIv ti ii f | FALLS--I) /c rt nf Grnss'h f K l l l c k l i o h n Schllldt ~ II O J U ' l l k l n s n " n I l l n e i l l n u II II IIIHiitzcIt ·: i i| TOTALS .Score by 1CLEMMK HOCK FALLS Free I l l r n w s Tails 7. O f l i c f a l M : r.urmlcy (U|i|icr Ii)ra). I'! r, BITOTAtS ' l i t a r t c r s ; K II! 31 4 7 » a iscd: Klcinmc 1; Iluck CLEAR LAKE--Klemme high school s favored Shamrocks proved their right to the Class B sectional championship in the final game of the meet here Saturday ni»ht when they opened up a second ha f hot streak that buried Rock calls, surprise finalist, by 31 1 0 o The P.ock Falls attack wont completely dead early hi the second half ts the taller Klemme team kept control o£ the ball. It was an even battle u n t i l the h a l f w a y mark was reached. Klemme led 8 to 7 as the teams went to ihe dressing rooms, Johnny Wilkinson being credited with four of (he counters for Rock Falls while Rube Grosshucsch and Ted Kaduce had each counted four pomls for the Shamrocks. Hodc Falls jumped into the lead as the second half opened, Bill Declma laking one of Wilkinson's soulhpaw passes and slipping it tin-ouch the ring handily. But that goal finished the Rock F.alls sc or- ng, and Klemme turned on the lent of its attack as lanky Buster lorgcnson, B foot ·! inch forward, picked up six baskets in nuick order, while Paul Schuldl, husky guard, bounced in two goals and our free chances. The Shamrocks led, Ifi lo Q nl he third period, and were oui in 'rout by 31 to 3 at the end, and itill scoring. . , Thls Is "ne of a serle, on lo.n major league pennant prospects.) By PAUL, MICKELSON HAVANA, March 8. iTPI-- Pen- nimt chances of the New York Giants for 1037 hinge on a hinge -- B i l l Terry's crippled knee. Unless young Johnny McCarthy or the veteran Sambo Leslia -suddenly gets hot and stays that; way, Terry will have to 'hobble back on first base to give the G i a n t s the f i n a l touch of infield polish and punch they must have to r u n a winning National league (cam. As a whole, the team shapes tip stronger than a year ago with Pitcher Clydell Casileman back in great shape and Lou Chiozza on third in place of the withered. Travis Jackson, but just the same leriy or a player almost as good must be on the job at first base lor at least *7o games. Terry Hopes (o Tiny. Terry, who once said he'd never play another ball game, secretly is planning to play as much ?n, rmo ,'° lllan his 79 Barnes of 1336, but chances are he'll be lucky to play 25. So far this spring, he has favored his watered knee more than ever. His personal training routine has been centered in pitching, fungo hitting and conversation. McCarthy, a $40,000 rookie obtained from the New York Yankee farm at Newark, still appears EE NEVERS ON PLACE AT ·ormer Stanford Star May Be Induced to Come to Hawk-eye School. IOWA CITY, (UP)--],-I Tubbs Ciid football conch al the Univer- ity of Iowa, returned here Monay from Enston, Pa., where lie «icl conferred with Ernie Movers -afayctte coach nnd former Stnn- ord star, nbout taking a backfield caching job at Iowa. Tubbs said he offered Nevers a omrnct, but that Nevers was vithhoMing his decision until the nd of the month because of lu- rativc offers from other schools 'ubbs said he would like Nevers ) join Ihe Iowa s t a f f by April I . It was thought the deal m i g h t o through, since Nevers played nder Tubbs al. Centra) high chonl, Superior. Wis,. nnd is thor- u R h l y f a m i l i a r with .Tubbs' caching methods. well enough to suit Terry, whose idea of a good ball club is a tight defense and great speed. Giants Look Better. Except for the first base problem the Giants look better than they did a year ago at this time. I hen- hitting h ns been poor agamsl the highly conditioned Cuban pros, who held them to an average of six hits for the firsC three exhibition games, but they have better speed and belief balance. Castleman's improved form and the purchase of Chiozza from Philadelphia _so far are high spots. ; · " ." · ? Terry plans to carry eight pitchers, seven inficlders, five outfielders and three catchers for the campaign. The large number of infieldcrs is due to the first base problem. Heading Ihe pitching staff Hn( i looking just as impressive as c vet- is Curl Hubbcll, who is fairly sure of winning 20 or more games. San Romani Runs by Cunningham in Mile CHICAGO, (UP)--Archie San Romani of Emporia, Kans., has established himself in the tight circle of "world's greatest milcrs" after his victory over Glenn Cunningham in the Bankers' mile o£ the revived Chicago relays. The slender Italian defealcrt Cunningham, holder of Ihe world records both indoors and outdoors, by two yards in whal appeared to he :i breezing finish Salurctay night. His lime was 1:12 on a soft track. C u n n i n g h a m won the last Bankers' mile, held in 1332. HIIUINS IN PLAYOFF NEW YORK, (UP)--The Boston Bruins clinched a Stanley cup playoff berth Sunday night by defeating the New York Rangers, I to 0, in a National league hockey game. BLOOMINGTON, Intl., ( U P ) -- urdue's swimming team defeated ndiana in a dual meet Saturday. nc-hander through from a corer, to make the score 15 to 14, ut Harold Johnson's free throw ed it at 15-15 in the final mine. It was Indvick's tipin, following etcrson's try, that decided the me, Britt taking three wild okes in Ihe last seconds after aching Ihrce Indian offensives, ifl f a i l i n g to come close. The ml count was 17 to J5. FIRESTONE Auto Supply anil Service Slorr. 1 1 5 E. Slalc /.inTM Ir, tkr. 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