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April 24, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

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BASEBALL Cerro Gordo high school baseball tournament is scheduled for Mason City this week-end, Friday and Saturday. _.. BASEBALL Des Moines Demons to open season here with Mason City Bats. Games carded for North Iowa fairgrounds April 28 and 29. TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 1934 Out of the PRESSBOX ~---- Bj M. MITCHEIX, More of Them ' From the typewriter of Bob Dunn, La Crosse, Wis., sports commentator, there comes another story to add to the list about Softball, or rather an opinion which is highly in accord with Mason City thoughts about commercializing the game. * * * .'. "This jrame of Itittenball is getting to be a great racket, and If it is not controlled it will ' be killed within ii year or two. There tire almost as many na- tional organizations, sponsoring - national tournaments of one kind or another, as there arc cities interested in the sport. * * * ' "George Sialer, former big league first baseman, is president of the American Softball association. It costs each team ?5 a year to join, so if a six team league desired to join it would cost ?30. Then, the association keeps track of the individual team records. The league secretary may send copies of complete box scores of each game played in the league, plus 50 cents for each game. To protest a game costs $25 * * * A Chicago newspaperman heads another organization, which is conducting tournaments throughout the season in all divisions of Softball, inclufl- ,, ing girls, old men, 16, 14 and 12 inch ball. The cost there is pro- hibitive, too. The National Bcc- " reation association, the National Diamondball association, and others are all interested in the promotion of the game. . * * * "AH of these groups and individ uals want to see the sport grow and develop, but not one has come (Tarn to Market rn« "RABBIT" BASEBALL HELPS HOMERS r Don't Forget that Birthday or Anniversary. There's^ no inore welcome g i f t "Mri''aT box of "the famous Whitman's Chocolates a n d Confections. A complete and fresh s t o c k at all times. Hickey Bros. Cigar Stores IN THE HOTEL HANTORD Mason City, Iowa 112 PERCENT RISE FOR BIG LOOPS IS SEEN LAST WEEK American League Registers 59 Percent Increase, National 211. By HERBERT W. BARKER Associated Press Sports Writer If homerun figures for the first seven days of the major league season furnish a true barometer, then injections of a little more "rabbit" have been made not only in the National league ball but the American as well. Although National league mats- men have shown the greatest percentage of slugging improvement- more than 200 per cent--swatsmiths of the American loop, supposedly hitting at the same sphere they die a year ago, already have clouted nearly 60 per cent more homers than they did in the same period in 1933, 211 Per Cent Rise. John Heydler's Bombardiers, who could hit only nine homers in theii first 21 games last season, have banged out 28 in the same number of contests this year, an increase of 211 per cent. In the American league, the figures for the first 2( games showed 17 homeruns in 1933 and 27 this, an increase of 59 per cent. The general major league crease was 112 per cent. These figures serve to confirm partly at least, the claims of severa American league batting stars, not ably Babe Ruth, that the 1934 ball i: much livelier, satements of thi manufacturers to the contrary not withstanding-. Fun for Everybody. With three exceptions, every on of the 16 major league clubs ha shared in the heavier homerun pro duction and those three at leas have held their own in comparison with a year ago. The figures by clubs, giving th 1934 homerun total first and tha for the corresponding period a yea ago second follow: National league: Chicago, 6 and 0; New York, and 3; Brooklyn, 5 : .and 1;.Boston, and O; Philadelphia, 2 and 0; S Louis, 2 and 1; Pittsburgh, 3 and 2 Cincinnati, 2 and 2. American league: Philadelphia, 7 and 3; St. Louis 2 and 0; Cleveland, 2 and 1; Detroi 3 and 2; Chicago, 3 and 2; Nei York, 6 and 5; Washington, 2 and 2 Boston, 2 and 2. Mason Cityans Bowl in Albert Lea Keg Classi Mason City bowlers who too part in the Albert Lea bowlin classic included the following score in the records: Doubles: Wall and Clausen (Fair mont, Minn.) 1,129; singles: Wilme Lyons, -178; Fred Wall, 541; Gu Kolb, 479; Ted Colloton. 583. Mem bers of the Gallagher's Pontiac who rolled tournament g a m e scored as follows: Johnson, 459 Eggert, 434; Pirkl, 500; Steven 512; Elstad, 548. Plans for Drake Relays in Final Stages CITY LEAGUE BOWLING m mi USED CARS End of Month SALE 1931 FORD COACH $295 This car is clean, equipped with trunk and 6 wheels. 1933 CHEVROLET COACH... $525 Very low mileage. Finished in black. A bargain. 1931 BUICK COACH $445 This is the small series. A very good buy. 1929 LA SALLE SEDAN....,. $385 De Luxe transportation and plenty of room. 1930 ESSEX COACH $195 This Essex is clean and in fine shzpe. 1931 AUBURN BROUGHAM.. $345 A flashy little sport model. 1930 BUICK VICTORIA $335 De I-iiixe In Every Detail. Radio. 1928 BUICK STD. COACH... $195 Dependable and Economical. 1931 FORD VICTORIA $255 Priced very low. Good throughout. MANY OTHERS We Trade Easy Terms BIRUM-OLSON CO. 316 North Federal Phone 288 BUICK -- OLDSMOBILE -- CMC TRUCKS Cutting Down the Maples --by Mellang ESKE R.A.THEISEN INDIVIDUAL SINGLE 289 FIVE-MAN,BLUMERS 3,125 FIVE-MAN LYONS ,156 RIFLE LOOP IN THREE WAY TIE Local Club Holds Top Post, But Loses Sixth Match to Toledo Team. The lead in the National Rifle association interclub indoor league No. 9 went into a three way tie when the rifle team of the Cerro Gordo Rifle club. Inc., of Mason City, dropped its sixth league match to the Toledo, Ohio, Rifle club by a score of 955 to 942. This places the local club, the Toledo, Ohio, club and the Janesville, Ohio, club in a tie for first place in the league, each club having won 5 matches and lost 1. Following are the record scores of the five high men in the local team: Team Member 1'rone IV. E. Kenyon 100 M. Murks 81 J. F. Hones 88 L. E. Allstlit 100 G. E. Andrews 100 Stand. '. 93 31 8!) 88 85 446 starts Team Total 436 446 !)42 This week the club starts its final league match against the Janesville, Ohio, club. A win will ;ive the local club a tie for the league championship with the Toledo, Ohio, club and a loss will place i tin second place. Game Postponed as Dust Sweeps Diamond Monday The high school baseball game between Rockwell and Mason City scheduled for Monday afternoon was postponed as dust swept Roosevelt stadium to make playing conditions poor. The game was tentatively scheduled for Tuesday. Attention of high school baseball directors in the county was to be directed at settling county tournament problems and completing a drawing so that the high schools might start their competition this week-end. City Softball Meeting to Be on Wednesday Whether Mason City Softball teams will play on a 45 or 60 foot diamond this summer will be decided at a meeting of managers and the Y. M. C. A. Softball committee scheduled for 7:15 o'clock Wednesday evening. The meeting will be held at the Y. M C. A. Other questions concerning official equipment and rules will be discussed. Turnure, Jones Plan to Referee for Card Here Wednesday Night Earl Turnure and Lee Jones, local referees, will be in the ring Wednesday night for the American Legion drum corps wrestling match, Promoter Joe Kelly announced Tuesday, to work a. three-event The exhibitions will be topped by a meeting of Frank Speer, college Bidder of former years, and Frankie French, Renwick heavyweight, in a one hour main-event. Ed Meske, Akron, Ohio, and Gentleman Jr-k Hader of Kansas City, Mo., will meet in the 30 minute semiwindup. "Tao-" Tageson of Mason City will oppose Edward Wirth of Columbus Ohio, in the opening engagement, a 30 minute bout. The match will begin at 8:30. Capt. Fred Shaffer wil' announce. Stilson Wins Softball at Hutchinsby 14-4 Count STILSON, April 24.-~The Stilson Softball team played Hutchins Sunday on the Hutchins diamond, win ning 14 to 4. W R E S T L I N G Wednesday Night ARMORY, AT 8:30 (One Hour Main Event) "FRANK SPEER vs. FRANKIE FRENCH Tageson Meske ALLEY CLASSIC TO END SEASON Annual Event to Be Begu Here by Lyons; Four Days on Card. Mason City will wind up the bowling season for the North Iowa area in a big way as a new annual event is staged on the alleys Saturday and Sunday and May 4 and 5. The first annual Lyons bowling classic will be played here on those dates, and is expected to attract 200 or more bowlers to Mason City from North Iowa, southern Minnesota, Wisconsin and South Dakota. Prize awards, with one prize to be given for each four entrants, and a gold medal put up by Wilmer Lyons for the high total, will be sought by the keglers. Lyons and Fred Wall, manager of the Stoddard alleys, are in charge of the tournament. A new feature in classics will be inaugurated for this meeting. Each bowler will be permitted to. enter twice, counting his best score. Early entries have been received by Fred Wall from New Ulm, Minn., and others are expected to be addressed to him during the week. All events will be rolled at Stoddard's, which is equipped with four of the fastest lanes in this section. Mason City bowlers will take to the alleys this week-end in order to leave next week free for out-of- town entries under tournament plans. Red neck select pins are to be used, and a single entry fee will cover all bowling fees. NATIONAL CHAMP EAM TO BATTLE FOR NEW HONORS ·light College Champions to Compete in Des Moines This Week-End, DES MOINES. April 24.--With !ie greatest gathering of track tars in the history of the games ilrcacly entered, preparations for he Silver Aniversary Drake Re- ays went into the final stages Tues,ay. Faced with the tremendous ask of preparing for an athletic nvasion of 2,500 Director Franklin '. Johnson was planning to put the inishing touches to weeks of care- ul work. For the first time in the history the relays, a national collegiate championship track squad will com- ete at the Drake relays. By long listance telephone Saturday from Shreveport, La., Coach Bernie .loore assured relay officials that he would bring his Louisiana university champions to the relays. The Tigers will arrive in Dos Moines Thursday. Three Marks Threatened. Three national collegiate champions, members of the Louisiana squad, threaten existing Drake relay and world marks. In Jack Tor- ranee, 280 pound stripling, relay spectators are almost assured of a world record breaking performance !n the shotput. Buddy Blair, A. A. IT. javelin champion, will probably snap the javelin record of 207 feet 7 inches but a new world mark here Is improbable. The third national champion, Glenn Hardin, co-holder of the world's record in the 400-meter hurdle race, will be a member of the ihree Louisiana relay teams in the mile, two mile and distance medley relays. Other outstanding Tiger performers include Ralph Newell, broad jumper, Hugh Saxon, sprinter, George Fisher, hurdler. 16 States in List. When the entry deadline passed Saturday, more than 60 universities and colleges and 150 high schools were in the fold and arrival of late entries was expected the first of this week. More than 16 states are already represented in the entry list. Additional far west entrants may compete at. the relays. The University of California at Los Angeles may send its powerful mile relay squad. Dray Williams, Pomona col- ege at Claremont, Cal., entrant, is I on his way to Des Moines, where he will attempt to break the 120-yard high hurdles mark. Final Standings of Teams and Their 1'iiyoff 0 \V L Vet. T. A. Ke«v. Betsy Koss Bread 114 76 38 .fiG7 .1132 $ 72.60 Henkels Ready Mix 1H 73 41 .8-10 .938 02.30 Pabst Blue Ribbon 11* GO 49 .570 .922 37.50 Northern Oilers 114 64 00 .501 .928 26.40 Millers High Life (tic) 114 63 !51 .053 .9-17 18.80 Schmidts City Club (tie) 311 63 01 .553 .928 18.80 Budweiser 114 62 52 .54-1 .925 6.20 Blumers Golden Glow (tie) 114 61 53 .535 .922 6.10 9. Gallaghers Pontiacs (tie) 134 61 53 .535 .930 0.10 10. Globe-Gazette (tie) 114 58 06 .509 .923 5.80 11. Joe Daniels Goodyears (tie) 114 58 56 .509 .936 5.80 12. Hugh Davey and Son 114 55 59 .482 .923. 5.50 13. A. M. Schanke and Co 114 51 63 .447 .913 5.10 14. Lyons Cleaners (tie) 114 50 64 .439 .918 5.00 15. Stoddard Stone Products (tie) 114 50 64 .439 .923 0.00 16. Green Mill Cafe 114 47 67 .412 .907 4.70 17. Birum Olson Co. (tie) 114 46 6S .403 .889 4.60 18. Tyler-Ryan Furniture Co. (tie) ... 114 46 68 .403 .907 4.60 19. Studebaker Six (tie) 114 46 BS /,03 .019 4.60 20. Wagner Coal Co 114 45 69 .394 .903 4.50 Total $300.00 Scratch Bowlers; Two-Thirds of All Games Bowled Swafford, C. E., Henkels Ready Mix 113, 267 Sobieske, S. J., Joe Daniels Goodyears 84 278 Shannon, Ed, Betsy Ross Bread 90 258 Wall, F. E., Millers High Life 114 245 Collins, C. M., Millers High Life 114 247 Theisen, R. A., Joe Daniels Goodyears 132 289 Lee, Harry, Northern Oilers 99 Bushgens, M., Budweiser 99 Bender, W., Studebaker Six 91 10. Bey, Rudy, Henkels Ready Mix 114 247 203 247 255 11. Johnson, Rube, Joe Daniels Goodyears ......... 114 246 690 688 660 700 667 669 658 677 626 683 641 194 194 193 192 191 191 189 1S7 187 ISO 180 Mason City Bowling League Club--Stoddard Alleys All Time Records 5 Men 3 Games Total: Lyons Cleaners 3162 5 Men 1 Game Total: Elatz Brewing Co 1157 Individual 3 Games Total: Chuck M. Collins ..' 711 Individual 1 Game Total: J. C. Stoddard, B. Dusold and R. A. Theisen 289 Season Records of 1933-34 5 Men 3 Games Total; Blumers Golden Glow 3125 Men 1 Game Total: Lyons Cleaners 1156 individual 3 Games: F. B. Wall 700 Individual 1 Game: R. A. Theisen 289 Open Bowling 5 Men 1 Game Total: Lyons Cleaners ~. 1114 2 Men 3 Games Total: F. E. Wall Mid C. B. Swafford 141S 1 Man 3 Games Total: Ted Colloton 729 1 Man 1 Game Total: S. J. Sobieske 300 Finals ot the Season 1933-34 Masoa City Bowling League und Club Sanctioned by the American JcSowling Congress Final Individual Averages: BETSV ItOSS HltKAn (Champions) V. .Miirplicw, d i p l . Shlinnon, Kil 238 (1(1(1 !) Humphrey, ,1 243 (1115 lot K n i i o v i l , T, 233 f83 72 V.'llitc, \V 234 57!) 5(1 AlorpllL-w, V. 23!) 1115 114 Berry, .1. ,1 238 615 1118 1'ABOT 1LUE Ilinno.N (Tlllrd) J. JJi-ll, '-'apt. Bell, J 2.W 6811 105 llHIIHCIl, II. J 238 623 1 1 1 Hnnsen, Au|t 235 5114 1(13 KI-IISC, A1 217 5115 !)! Wolslir.. H 237 ( i l l 1 1 4 Ulinrlulrv, 1! 231 623 24 181 IB:' i JOS 162 HENKELS KEAD1 MIX (.Second) J. .Strum, dipt. StviLffoni, :. 11 2,,; ll'JO 111 nliiilz. T. It. J. IV. 24 H 223 221 253 105 HIT, Hull y 255 ."SOKTHhlt.V OI1.EKS ndl: lurry . , II. . II. G, unl, 247 A ii'jn 642 482 3 588 J U (123 1 1 4 683 114 ' L - u l l r t h ) (158 !l!) 583 191 na tin 173 1ST 180 MILLEKS HUill MFE (Tic lor K l f t l i l I.. Davey, C:!PI. Wilil, F K ............. 245 7IICI 1 1 1 I !IZ . Write \Vnlsli, GTM. ........... 23K ll.VJ 114 1711 175 1 Dmiriin. J- 1 183 ' i - i c l l l . ,1 ................ 232 Diinrnii, IV S L I I . U I I I T S 1'ITV cl.ljl Win. H \Vl V. F. 111!) 182 173 J 7 3 15S 203 5(18 27 177 (Tie t.ir F i l t h ) nt, dipt. 105 J U til):i !)3 Gl'.t I14 18 1)11 c.v, J,,.. Eight College Champions. Bight national collegiate champions will be on hand Friday, April 27, when the 1934 relays get under way. They are Jack Torrance, Louisiana, shot put; Glenn Hardin, Louisiana, 440 yards; Buddy Blair, Louisiana, junior javelin; Lambertus, Nebraska, 200-meter low hurdles; Metcalfe, Marquette, 100 yard and 220 yard; Vincent Murphy, Notre Dame, high jump; Ray Sears, Butler, two mile run; Duane Purvis, Purdue, javelin. Several of them have already bettered Drake relay records in practice and it is certain that a number of marks will fall here. Burf, Titonka Play for Baseball Crown in Kossuth Contest 21(1 2 1 7 247 584 Gtm BUim'El.SEB (Seventh O'.Vi-ll. I'liy 258 N'cmnicrs, 1.. 0. 232 Ulirlii-, T. A 218 L'ltrr. I'll" p l 3 Flnlayson', K. K 268 Bushiirns, »! 253 G A L L A G H K K S I'ONTIACS I. Elslnd, dipt. .lolmsnn, Hubert 223 602 Egcrrl. I'lltf 222 t i l l I'lrkl, M 215 624 Smith, .1 177 442 .Innrc. Ed 22(1 5S3 Stevens, H 227 582 !I3 63 75 ll-l 10K 108 57.- .'.I 523 27 6(111 73 fi-12 Kilt (177 119 (.Ninth) 1(18 16!) ! Kou-nrd. u'ln 1113 i Slnine, «'m 181 1:51111. ,l.,l,ii 1!H Cialis.-n, T. )·: Biiinbi-r. I). 1) i BLUM Kit* G O L D E N I Tit j IJnneuli. J. K 176 riirlsthim;i-ii. Win. . . . . I6S lliviin. Clll 158 I Ponton, Kil 163 1 liielis. Win 183 j Unrclife. IVni 137 ; H a m i l t o n , lions II2II (HO 247 256 223 584 r,i;ii 103 lor 87 1811 JU 1)5 2(1 ( E l R l l l l l l 015 081 0311 1115 n» 171 173 . 22!) tl'17 1')!) . 242 (il-t 10K . 213 001 3!) GLOKK-GA2.KTTE (Tenth) Mc( auley. .Miillun. ('has. rim-ell. It. . . . [·iMldty, ,l,,c . d.llotcn. Ti-il [IllSOld. It. Wni. M e c a n l v y . rnpt. l-:[stU(i, 1 247 034 114 175 ; dlrle. Le JOE l)AMI-:i.S (lOOnYKARS EI[-vi:ntll) S. ,T. Soll'esUe, dipt. Tin-InTM. It. A 28!) 669 1 1 2 Itblnson. !·' 238 6!) I 87 Ki.lh, Ons 235 641 K15 Whitney, C. C 226 583 46 MlirDonulil, -I 2 1 5 581 24 Johnson, Itulm 24(1 6-11 114 Soblrske. S. .1 278 688 8-1 A. M. SCIIAXKK K CO. (Thirteenth) 31. M. IladcUfre. Capt. Shck.1. VV 247 587 114 Snoot, C ~~« 557 6(1 J.cmkrr. Joe 181 451 11 Bbhop, C 225 585 6R Larson, I.. A 218 M' 86 .. 24(i 134 324 22!) 614 . . . . 2211 500 . . . . 2118 (i 14 343 633 . . . . 2 3 2 6 0 1 1011 18 10,1 15 114 111:011 D.VVEV .t SON ( T w e l f t h ) ftf!7 .Holler. 1) =13 lilil 83 162 Itilllcllffe. J!. M 244 111!) HI Ki8 STOIIDAim STONB rKODCCTS ( F l f l t c n t l ' l ,1. (:. StodcIurU. dipt. BURT, April 24.--The game to Tracy, w 213 Jin M ir.7 decide the baseball championship ot i J 1 ^TM-^'.-,. -TM TM' e JTM [^ Kossuth county will be played at i ij n ., n} .'. j.' .'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 113 »7S 102 inn Bancroft Wednesday afternoon be- iw s . w. n. treie) ... 2i« .« H. I*. IUV11SI.-0. dipt. l!ll , Cashc-l. .1 232 615 181 . Ilrmjf.v, II 232 610 1-5 .S.IITSJ-, 1 2211 IIII4 177 Adams. A 22!) 555 161 « n i l , A 277 6 1 7 185 llaiiscn. II. r 22(1 642 194 , Moc, I.. A 247 631 JA'ONS rl.KAM-:ilS (l-ourti-t-n \\', K, Lyons, dipt. 168 Lyons. W. H 232 575 L.V(tlls-. Itos 266" 612 147 Hognn. B 251 6211 164 BilrmclstiT. Gro. 2 1 1 558 157 Bpr^. Onu-r 26!) 610 Lyons, :. M 243 5!l!l Wirth (30 minutes) Hader (30 minutes) TICKETS 41c. and 5Ge. Ladies and Kids 16c Tax Incl. Floyd County Lists Six Games for Play in Baseball Tourney RUDD, April 2-4.--Held up by bad weather, the Floyd county high school baseball tournament was to include six games this week. Rockford and Rudd were on schedule, after being "dusted" out at Charles City Monday, and Marble Rock and Colwell were to meet at Floyd. Wednesday the winners of the first contest will meet on a neutral field and Nora, Springs and Floyd will meet at Rudd. The consolition, between Wednesday's losers, is at Rudd, as is the final contest, on Saturday. Early games are carded Tor 3:15 o'clock. The consolation will be at 3:30, the final at 3:30 Saturday. tween Hurt and Titonka, winners of the west and east half of the county tournaments. The west half tournament was played at Burt Friday afternoon and Saturday. The games were as follows: Fenton 7, Swea City 8; Grant 6, Lone Rock 5; Burl 3, Swea City 0; Burt 10, Grant 0. Mwltlnrd. ,1. 232 001 85 1CS Doub!e-A Clubs Go After New High for Baseball Attendance CHICAGO, April 24. (.T)--Shooting for a total attendance mark of more than 33,000 spectators, Indianapolis, Louisville, Minncapolia and 3t. Paul, faced their home openers of the American association season. A week ago, Columbus. Kansas City, Milwaukee and Toledo, drew a combined attendance of 33,000. The other half of the league was out to beat that mark. Columbus' 12,000 opening day crowd was the individual target. Toledo was at Indianapolis; Columbus was at Louisville; Minneapolis, current iengue leader, cracrlnincd Mihvauktc, and St. Paul met Kar.sns City. RUtl'M OLSO.V CO. (Spvrntpt-nth) .Julius Evcrs, ('apt. Ever*. J 233 621 107. Abluitt. t. W ' . . . . 215 553 I I 1 S 1 171) 171 177 Km 17. 1 ; n:; , W R . Furl 23:1 .McVIki Mcllpni rimi-ic: Mendr. r '-33 I STCDEBAKKR SIX (Nini W. Bender. (·!. ·Mins'in. T 253 1 ISnrrr'w. D \\rtl. R Ilcnder. W Krull, B. It.van. F ItCey, JI Ehrllch, 11 S m l l l i . r. K. ,. fintMlcrsoii. ;. . . Gerard. Al r V L L I t - R V A N L. F. Knnfniati, M. . . . Co-TKlll'', I., I-', . . I't'derspn, P. . . . Tyl:-r, \Vm. . . . . ' . X M I L L CAl-'K fS!\li;*-nlli) C. GtllldLTMin, Cillll. 233 f,71 108 liil 88 B7« IIP, 21!) 208 . 215 170 . 208 55(i . 23(1 604 ro. (i:i« is, dipt. . 2 - 1 5 . 600 54!) 71. 157 I I6.'i KM ..' 221 5(11 223 iil'l l!l 606 65 1 7 1 j K n u i n i a n n , t:. 240 5!)5 7K 87 10K 72 1 7 1 1S7 W A f i X E K ( X I A I . CO. ( T w r n l M l i l It. Ymmsrrniiin, ( " a p t . I-'TKP, .J 23."i *il!) K7 SI.V.;rlj(TK. .1 2(53 555 H I : I.mini!:. K 2 1 5 (il)O 77 : U:ilt"i, .M 2!'5 .ViK 4 1 | [·;·:-rlit-r. K IK.', 4!IO 12 \Va-iii-r. FrpI 5 ) 0 S.1I 1 ( 1 1 1 Vounncrmnn. B 2IS 585 101 KB in:: Bcnvlers nud Their Averages: Kpm, Win - Stt-nrtj-linitni, C, R. Iliilths. runt Grrssfo.v. C Brr.lur.nU. \Vrn BH-IC.V. Uin MrSwrctiry, V. .shi-lii. II Ntamclps H ·JfirKi-nM-n, I* Krlrcrr, 1) ( · l i r K U a n i r n , II. . . . ( rrsnn, -I Hninn, I.mils Itlrrilal, S I-W.TIII.J-. J llnikrl. Art Mltl'Tll'TIT, O OilMI. W. ( Ilium, (i 17B 1V8 2-15 1'Ji; K,H 1C7 154 II!) 185 . 1!)!) . -;:u 174 . mi 2ir, loo 45!) 153 i I'rUdiard, I'. 152 ' Ilnnr.in. Burnry 1H5 I Humphrey. H. . . 1 1 4 I -I-' . r:-:i-.v . . . 144 j 146 1 1 7 143 Scn 41(1 405 428 4!)0 534 491! 4!) I 434 6 13!) : H'-i! 510 26 168 : A V I - Kl 111! ' V.h.lli-n. 21 145 : C o r i K l l o 3 165 '· dole, 27 lf.il 1 I ' u f f p r . r. . . H. I I . inn 238 201 I!) I 14!) 191 317 li'll 513 420 517 42!) 2 1 7 513 ISfi -,.-,1) 213 .-..',« is:: ic,.-, 128 Its nr. it; i m l« 15.: 12!' 18S lllrf 171 1:1.-, 1C:: lliS 141 nl

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