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EIGHT TEAMS REMAIN IN TITLEJTOURNEY GILMAN IS LONE GLASS B QUINTET TO SURVIVE PLAY Seven Class A Teams Stay in Running of State Cage Finals. By DON McGUIRE Associated Press Sports Writer DES MOINES, March 20. ff The field of contenders for the state high school basketball championship was narrowed to eignt teams Thursday evening, with four quintets to remain at the finish of Friday's contests. Seven class A teams, Roosevelt of Des Moines, Abraham Lincoln of Council Bluffs, Muscatine, Boone, Alta, Mount Ayr and Goldfield, and a lone class B quintet, Gilman, survived Thursday's first round tilts. BE^GAZETTE RTS MASON CITY, IOWA, MARCH 20 1931 BIG TEN TO ACT IN SOVEREIGNTY DISPUTE --* STATE TOURNEY RESULTS ROOSEVELT 29 ^MALLARD 20 The seventh Class B team of the opening round of .the state high school basketball finals fell before Roosevelt high of Des Moines m the concluding game of the day, 29 a fast breaking GOLDFIELD-VINTON. The Goldfleld-Vintou contest was tho only clash between class A contenders. S". Kelster and W. Keister, twin performers for Goldfield, were the outstanding men of the game, leading their mates to an easy 20 to 9 victory.. I BOOSEVET.T--20 :r, t Muscatine, grouped in the lower bracket with Mount Ayr, Gilman i R m ff 3 Friday and Goldfield, was conceded an al-' most certain chance to reach the finals. The Muskies, who toppled last year's champvpn, Davenport, in the district meet, exhibited one of the strongest combinations in the tourney Thursday. The upper bracket entry into the 1 sioan final contest remained a tossup, with the most likely contender to be decided Friday in the meeting of the Council Bluffs and Des Moines quintets. The winner of this contest will face stern opposition in the semifinals against either Alta or Boone. Centers Are'Scorers. The opening day's contests were I featured by the performances of 1 to 20. Roosevelt used _ _ offense to take an undisputed lead and kept in front thruout the contest by a safe margin. Coach Harris of Des Moines decided to rest his regulars as much as possible and inserted his reserves at various times. Roosevelt appears to be' in the toughest bracket- 'McMichael and P a r k e r each bagged four field goals for the locals, the former also dropping m a quartet of free throws. Kalarich and Waller were the best offensive threats for the losers Roosevelt was tq play Councl Diagonal defense out and drove aru for needed points. Diagonal whittled' away at a 7 o 2 first quarter lead and finally aught the victors, 15 to 15, just jefore the game ended. Mount Ayr hen worked a perfect block play and KEcFarland dribbled into the asket unmolested for the winning .wo points. Totfttj I MALUUtD--20 ro ...4 ...i .. .* ...o .. .0 ...2 ...i .. .0 ...o ...0 ...* ...t .. .0 ...o ...3 FT 0 0 4 0 0 I 0 0 0 0 IT i MT. AYR--17 Kltselmnn. f I'ayne, 1 Nairn, o PF 0 0 1 CHIEFS PLAN TO MEET IN CHICAGO TO OFFER VIEWS President Elliott Stirs Up Fire as Matter Is About x to Be Dropped. CHICAGO, March 20. (fl)--It's the Big Ten's next move in its "friendly dispute" with the North Central Association of Colleges and MEET THE MANAGER 1 By JACK SORBS * MAO OJf Air- 15 Vnmer, * Price, t DttVlB. O Osman, K Camden, s Ruby, t officials--Kcferec, HmBrouck oj half a dozen centers who carried off M«IIKS; umpire, Ted Saur ot simp.on. the bulk of the scoring honors. | BOONB 27. HENDERSON 21 't Henderson. Barko of Muscatine, 1 a Class B team, in the second game Westerf leld of Gilman, Walsh of on Wednesday night's program, 2 Council Bluffs, Lundberg of Lehigh to 21. and McMichael of Des Monies, all Boone sailed off to a big advan- showed exceptional accuracy. Ths tage in the first half due to the six men scored a combined total of sensational shooting of Beauchamp 80 points, the lowest scorer among ce nter, who tallied 10 field goals them making 10. during the entire battle. The class B contenders fared bad- ^ e th^a quarter saw the Clas "- jf*^aj£fa^ r"und. dropping 1-q ol itf it. unleash- a. baffling: · def ens ^contest in whictfTthey faTSJ I t" o " : bold-'the victors scoreless whll ,, | class A opponent. Lehigh and ^ c n m tjed within four points o "Gfandview presented the greatest Boone . s margin. opposition to their larger foes*. ^ the j^j q uar t er Boone nurse Grandview falling before Alta 26 to advantage and won out by si 25 in an overtime game, and Lehigh tg losing to Council Bluffs 34 to di v Boone was to plav the winner o after it held a 32 to 28 edge with thl f °^ Ia ^!Roo S eveIt game in th two minutes to play. ' T-ehigh Fights to Finish. The Lehigh-Council Bluffs contest closing the afternoon program, was the bitterest struggle of the day D. West, Indian'forward for Lehigh, and his running mate. Lundberg, at center, went on scor- 'ing sprees to garner 12 baskets and two free throws. Neither team held more than a five-point lead at any time but at the finish Walsh and Goec'ker of Council Bluffs went on a scoring rampage that pulled an apparently lost game out of the fire. It was Lehigh's second defeat in two years. The two finals entries who played in last year's final tourney, Mallard and Henderson, went down before superior teams in the evening contests. Boone's driving play and Beauchamps' deadly eye were too much for Henderson, while Mallard was clearly outclassed by Roose- Ve startling upseta were lacking in the opening round, altho Mount Ayr's 17 to 15 victory over Diagonal was greeted with mild surprise r n view of Diagonal's two victories over Mount Ayr during the regular second round Friday. ro .1 Cunackes, t * ·'- Hflnuchanip, r. 10 Wincn. K J D c t t m u n , K * Peterson, ff ,,.......-0 TotuM « HENDERSON--Z1 FC. .. .2 . ..B . . .0 ...n Hycrs, B . FT I \ 0 0 0 5 PF | Secondary Schools over athletic o| sovereignty. Failing to make satisfactory headway Thursday on the association's convention floor, Big Ten chiefs today planned to proceed with their special conference in Chicago April 7 1 18 to determine just what attitude the conference should take. Starts at Northwestern The dispute was precipitated several weeks ago when several investigators came to Northwestern university and asked the university to co-operate with them in an athletic survey at that institution. Northwestern officials, including President Walter Dill Scott, refused to lend such co-operation and asked the North Central group by what right it had to make investigations of a Big Ten school. At the North Central convention Friday, two presidents of Big Ten schools, President Scott and Presl- 'oHlclnla--nefcrce, I.. H. I-ntM if Coe; umpire, Koy .Tnnnson of. DC* Moines U. BORK SIGNS WITH MANRIQUEZ IN 6 Atlantic ..Mexican to Come Here With Creditable Ring Record. Albert Manriquez, Atlantic, feath- 1 denT'Edward C. Elliott of Purdue, rweight, was selected Friday by personally defended the conference Matchmaker Joe Kelley of the ac d challenged the right of the AT,,O,-;TM^ Legion drum corps, to North Central association to meci- " ' la. .qi,, -mifvi the conference's athletic n one of the six round bouts of the I affairs. 42 round boxing card scheduled for y ry to Strip Powers the armory Thursday, March 26. j us t . when everything seemed Albert, a brother of Nach Man- peace f u i an d the matter about to riquez, the Atlantic Mexican ring _____ forg otten, P r e s i d e n t Elliott assasin, who a few months ago won I move( j that the convention strip its over Billy Love of Omaha, Nebr., in __. oar( 3 O f review of power to act in a 10 round bout, is a colorful young- · - -11 "° 1 " ster, a high school graduate and a former football and basketball star. The Atlantic Mexican will come here with a creditable record. He baa fought the best boys in the state and in Nebraska and is of a stubby-build type that always bores In and seldom takes a backward step. He haa won 20 o£ his fights by the knockout route. Gordon Stewart, colorful Dows puncher, has been signed to meet a worthy opponent in one of the six rounds. Stewart knocked out Young Casey of Waterloo in the second round on the lost card. He out- Weighed his oppbnet five pounds, however. Stewart will be matched with an opponent his own weight this time. YANKS WILL NOT APPLY BREAKS IN HITTING POWERS Marse Joe McCarthy's Men Plan to Steam Roller Thru Season. OILMAN (34) T. Borthuscn, f Winders, f Stanley, f Westcrlicld, o . Totals By ALAN GOULD ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., March 20. (/P)--In common 1 with many other malor league ball clubs, the New York Yankees are not interested in the movement to apply the brakes to the steam roller, power-plus type of games. Marse Joe McCarthy's men -- -11TM,,. ,, slugging the new ball with old fash- st ? ar( J '' ioned vehemence and results. Marse I o to " aru - i Joe expects them to flatten as much of the opposition as possible with, _, Ti _- n l base hits, while he is tinkering with \"^iY { " the pitching machinery to make it " · work. Babe Ruth, down to playing £"' 1u] c weight, is intent not only upon re- "_? ' ' gaining the homerun leadership he I " anaon ' B lost to Hack Wilson in 1930 but in cracking his own major league record of 60 circuit clouts. To Try Hand With Ruth. Marse Joe, having managed tha National league's monarch of maul, Wilson, with good results, expects to bear down in new surroundings GOLDFIELD BEATS VINTON 20 TO 9 IN FIRST ROUND Kiester Twins Star in Fast Playing; Rudd Loses to Gilman by 34-11. DES MOINES, March 20. I/P)-The Gilman high school quintet ran its string of victories for the sca- .=on to 24 out of 25 by overwhelming Rudd, 34 to 11 in a closely guarded game in the finals of the state high school championship basketball tournament here Thursday afternoon. Westerfield, Gilman forward, was the big offensive star of the game, chalking up five field goals and as many free throws for a total of 15 points, four more than those registered by the entire RutJd team. Lovig and Steward, Gilman guards, featured in the air-tight defense of the winners. FG ..1 ..1 ...3 ,..1 ...5 ...3 ...0 ..14 . . . 3 . . . 0 ...1 . . . 0 .. .0 FT 1 0 0 0 5 0 0 PF 9 Z 1 0 1 J 0 2 0 2 1 0 Totals -3 B 1 7 Referee: Hasbrouek · of lies Moines; umpire, Sivuer of Falrficld. GOLDFIELD 20; VINTON 0 The Goldfield basketball team displayed a stellar defense to chalk up J J l l A J V V * V . "«· -- - · t , i.1, * with'The" clouting cast headed by I k 20 to 9 victory over Vmton m the Ruth and including Gehrig, Laz-| first night game Thursday, zeri. Combs and Dickey. baseball, whether it is .31, lllgnl. t,""- ~ " . - , The losers were held to one fieiu uclc i,=.v u U a=TM» -- , goal by Goldfield, and that lone in the box or in the field, continues basket was made by Mann, a sun- to be an important factor in the sues tltute forward. Vinton counted cess of any club," remarked McCar- sov en points from the chanty line, thy, "but can you show me any T nc early part of the game was club in either league that ig not C I OHC!I but the Goldfield representa- trying to get more punch in its at- Uves pu iied out in front, 9 to 4, at tack? the halftime. "The fellows coming up for the Tho Ketstor brothers were the of- first time still are swinging from fclls i ve ace s for the victors, the heels and you don't see any of TLe v ; c t a ry enabled Goldfield to U U t t i U UI- 1 . H K . ~ " f the Northwestern case. A debate resulted and the motion was " Altho'the board of review agreed to meet with the Big Ten leaders April 18 to thrash out the dispute, the fact that the convention refused to handcuff the board of its powers in Northwestern's case--a power which could place Northwestern on the association's blacklist- was regarded as a strong indication that the North Central association planned to fight for athletic sovereignty even against as strong a conference aa the Big Ten. Connio Made (Cornelius McGilHcuddy) is the oldest manaficr in the major leagues in point of age and service and, in recent years, tho most is l)0 B tnnln B his 47th year in professional baselmll nml his a manaler. He is the only manager the i'hUadelphla Americans wa^ born In BrooHIield, Mass., two days before the Chris to" 1863%heTAbraham Lincoln was president and the Civil war these old-timers trying to become choke-hitters. I think the majority of fans still like to see men like Ruth and Gehrig and Wilson give\ c £.TM"" the ball a long ride. the second round, with Gil- its next opponent. rr. man r.ot.m'iEi.D--20 Acurtl, f rmrlnnd. f 38th 'Anyone who thinks they are not I vv. £$***£ SANDMEN DEFEAT TM G V mas was Co: Buffalo team in 18.14. Mack nmnaged Pittsburgh until 18DS when lip went to Milwaukee pi ot Mack run the Wisconsin city's base-bull destinies until 1901 ^ he Burned, at Ban Johnson's request, the managerial reins of oennants uud five world championships, hut ho also holds tho record of seven consecutive last jliico teams. _ _ BH»»ed fn-ii throws -- Cnimckcn, Dctlnmn, Vlnor 2. Patterson 4* Bycnt. . OtflclulJi-- Referee, of Je* . of Coe: umpire, unlvurslty. D , in Show zra«llPSET PIN TILT Large Crowd Vernon Pleases in] Amateur Ring Program. oiuu. x« B -- "* 6 .^ , One of the largest crowds 3inee | thru 34 to 32, in the last tilt of the beginning of the K. C. Athletic -»i* u, »»* ..** -- , | . ^ti^^AnA 4-t.rt rpVi,.rortnv Tlicmr LINCOLN 84; LEHIGH 32 Only an inspired drive in the last three minutes saved Abraham Lincoln of Council Bluffs from being eliminated by the fighting Lehigh band. The former aggregation came FROM T R A I N I N G CAMPS i year's condition. Runs arrived in batches and there was no sense bunting and trying to steal a sin- It looks like another sca- the afternoon session in a sensational struggle. 28, Lincoln scored i 40 seconds to take | comprised the card, he lead and then a free throw hree baskets if season. FIGHT RESULTS alted the ball game. Council Bluffs started as if to make a runaway of the game, ng up a seven point lead thru bas- ets by Walsh, Hickey, Goecker and Staker. Then in one spurt the T " By The Associated Press. SIOUX CITY--Freeman Pepper Sioux City, knocked out Billy Black Chicago (5); Jimmy Wilson, Sioux City, knocked out the Kingfish Omaha, (6). Forrest Twogood to Hurl for Cardinals LOS ANGELES, March 20. OT)-Forrest Twogood, former University \% of Iowa athletic star and now. a=, «?··· siatant freshman basketball an; 9 y' baseball coach at the University o S#s Southern California, will report t '·tr the St Louis Cardinals in Florid: "'" immediately. Twogood, a holdoi pitcher, signed his contract Thurs day. 'ROMPT *"5S club attended the Thursday night I amateur boxing show held at club rooms. Nine four-round bouts With High Marks. FRIDAY'S SCHEDULE Allen Cafe vs. Champlin Relining ' company on alleys 5 and 6. . FolstnH Pale vs. Chapin O'Neil company on alleys 7 and 8. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS RED SOX PLAYERS CLINCH POSITIONS PENSACOLA, Fla.--The Red Sox gle run. ,, have beer; here one day short of son of the lively ball and bl four weeks and only three of the scores. positions have been clinched. Sweeney at first, Rhyne at short- pRISCH READY FOR stop and Webb in right field seem WORK WITH CAB-DIN;! going to do it with the new ball will find he is mistaken. Depends on Hitters. "Our hitters will keep us in the race this year, just as the Athletics, much as they depend on Grove and Barnshaw, will count on the decisive damage being done by such hitters as Simmons, Foxx and Cochrane." The trouble with the main cogs of the Yankee attack in recent seasons has been the tendency of one or more to have an off-year, due to injuries or a slump. Ruth and Combs skidded in 1928, Lou Gehrig had a bad season in 1929 and Tony Lax- zeri fell off 51 points last year to a mere .303 at bat. If this big four can all hit the high spots this season, the team will have few, if any, hitting worries. Lazzeri has been working hard and appears in splendid condition. Ruth's health and spirits are perfect. Gehrig, has had nothing- to interfere with his plans to duplicate or even fALS v m s , .... N. Frccmun, i Totnl-K VINTOf.'--» B'. !iirrtncr, f 4. '(Jnnlnrr, c Miuin, I ' _..-, Fa Mnyltmv, f Slirecvcs, t FT 1 n a 4 0 0 FT 1 ................... MlnniMl free thrown-- D n r l n n d , _W. Kelnter 2, K. llclstcr, Wliylo -. !«"· Freeman iu"I Sliri'cvrK. Official* -- Kefcree, Tnd K n u r of SImpion: umpire, Henry IIiisBmncli of le» Moines V. M. O. A. better a .379 average Combs is the old reliable. for 193U. BRADENTON, Fla. -- Franklo Frisch/nltho soon to start his thirteenth baseball campaign, is about ready for action. Late in reaching the St. Louis Cardinals' training sure of their positions. * * * HERBERT MAY SOLVE McKECHNTE'S TROUBLES ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.--Genu _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Hetaert, formerly Holy Cross pitcn- cam p ] 1Dre , the star second baseman cr from Mechanic Falls, Maine, and announ ced Friday he would be ready rookie pitcher at the Braves camp, £or his first exhibition game Sunday may help solve Bill McKechnle's or Mon day. . mound troubles. Gene was a twlrlec The Ideal Sand and Gravel com- of nb ;iity at Holy Cross and he s gT IjO uiS BROWNS ARE pany defeated the__Oakland-PonUac j ve _ op . n g into a big leaguer in good j up QN H1TT1Na " " '" WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.--Con- EXHIBITION BASEBALL m u ^ i a c u me ^0.1x1. i (*i*..j «« -- . v t,,i, L ,. Battling Vernon, Clear Lake, waa n v e in two out of three games m slyle uJtstanding. in the evening's per- Thursday's 'bowling. The Pontiac formance with his steady pounding f ] ve won the initial game by a large AT mjETICS MIX GOL* for a victory over Butch Ryan. margin. The Sandmen got their sec- WJTH BASEBALL PLAYING decislon from Holman. Young Hermanson margii.. .. _ ond wind, however, and took following two games from trary to early forecasts, the St. | Louis Brawns lately have been hitting with considerable gusto, but the defense has been guilty of many tne FORT MYERS, Fla.--Some of the the Philadelphia Athletics are mix- Johnny Caruso I i ea gv. e leaders. ing golf with baseball. Jimmy ___ ___ __ over Butch Howard. Young The recently organized Boyd Dy kes was in the semifinal rouna f , r)J . IORnSK y LEADS ' . . . *,,m «,,f nF r n r p p I _ *- i i _ _ Tn~_»- «~.,nt-a f-"r»iinrrv rillh I '~'^ J 4»*v^.*vy.j"*- w(jn . igh crew had tied the score, Lund- Lath shaded Kid Tanner. Joe bowling te am won two out of three of the Fort Myers Country club · B T T I N G AVERAGE ----- and D. West Frfu ^ on from pop-Eye Lynch. Ox a mes from Deckers' lowanas in a championship Friday after defeat- " * erg counting twice .wice. -- The delay of T. he a c V The losers drove for the basket drew wlth g - ^ c, A1 sr WRANCISCO-- e Huff beat Bill Fritz. Bill Martin *. serie3 . The £lrgt fou r men of m g Jimmy Foxx 4 and 3. Bob Grove: SAN ^^NCISCO T. he^ a V"-,. ,,,!«, nint RoRT-rtnn. Glen J,.. ^..,i «,,« a v,nr nhnve the 200 U«H Tvrirkftv Coehrane are in the Adam Comorosky, I lUSBurgii Glen the Boy( j five shot above the 200 with terrific speed and were deadly Dorey substituted for.Rollo Hughes mark in the opening game while R. second flight, hots from anywhere in firing m an exhibition match with Johnny Lee t 182 towards a total of 1017. range. From then ion the contest Reardon Tbe pair fought on even S ^ B . Eauc]a j r e was high all PHILLIES PITCHERS was ferociously fought, neither team U erras thruout the bout. , around for the evening with 257 in WORRY SHOTTON beinc able to shake the other loose. The shoW3 are held once a week. . ,. t and 203 in his second | WINTER HAVEN, BM,F«-^ FO rr VK! All bouts were refereed_b L Krieger. J ^ H f g t o t a l f o r t h e .-- ooufrcrr, Iflckcy, I Gopcknr, f \VuIsb. o .. Museck, a . Stuker, K ., 1'arlis, it ... Totali I.KHIGH-32 IT l n. \\tit, i I.IITlllllcrK, o Johnson, K F. ViUnnhefc, E floodrlch, t Oooilrlch, K I.. "Valnnhfk, e · · 7 0 l 0 0 " was 621. GIRLS TOURNEY ranged for Saturday. 5 OAIU-AND-rONTIACS outfielder, in reporting because of a skin infection has by no means taken the edge off his batting eye. In six trips to the plate during Fla.--The 1 exhibitions, Commy singled five evening I PhllflVs" pitchers are giving Man- times and leads his; mates In the l ager Shotton no end of worry. Shot-1 batting averages with .883 schedule is being ar-' ' " -1 J -- "" "'" -"'··** REDS TO , CORA COAL $7.00 at per ton cash PHONE 888 Fireside Fuel Co. Total* 1+ * Official*--Rerereft, U n y Johnntnn rtf Molnra; umpire, I.. II. I-ndil «' '»e. MT. AYR 17; DIAGONAL 15. Capitalizing an early advantage Mount Ayr defeated its former nemesis, Diagonal, 17 to 15, in the first contest of the afternoon session. The victors aided by the hot shooting of Kltselmon at the start of the game played a waiting con- lesl and it brot victorious results. Kitselman dropped two baskets from far out as the game opened, his only field goals of the tilt, and from then on Mount Ayr sucked the NORTHEAST DISTRICT AT HASH-TON FIRST KOUND AplinKton 28; Eldora 18. Hansell 20; ShofJIeW 20. NORTHWEST DISTRICT AT I.ASIONT FIRST ROUND Lament 21; Mllca 20. il an chest or M; New Albln 21. SOUTHEAST DISTRICT AT CENTF.ItVII.I.i: FIRST ROUND MlnKo Si! Atllci W. Centervllle 36; Tjiurel 22. AT KI.nON FIRST ROUND KeosnuQiia. 30; atdon 2.1. Crawforrtsvlllc 22; Deep River 6. SOUTHWEST DISTRICT AT AVOCA FinST HOUND AVOC 28; Stnnlon 12. Grtswolcl 30; Norttiboro 21. 3rd I!. D n n r n n Wm. nnnran isa m imi IBS is* "~ 119 161 171 ·SiiS" .-.-.·.·.-.Mn^M* «» "SSs^^*"'TMTMTM m-h ii» xn i" L1 ' 1 *-" - - _ . 147 189 Sinpr !!!"!.'1.168 lflS m R.' Johnnnn 131 1H *'* Tenm nvfrage Z824--8J1 n e i j e r s "blowing" leads almost daily. ROBINS ALMOST 2032 I VISIT EDISON FORT MYERS, Fla.--It was on'y thru laziness that the Brooklyn 402 | Robins didn't pay a visit to Thomas Edison here the other day. Fresco Thompson suggested it and Ivy Olson, coach, chimed in: Reds have made arrangements to re turn to Tampa next spring for thei training and President Sidney We indicated it probably would be mad permanent later. * * 9 'BIG FOUR" SELECTED FOR CLEVELAND INDIANS NEW ORLEANS--The "big fou who will bear the brunt of th ; it"might be a good idea at that. 1 Cleveland Indians' pitching 11 It will take an Edison to Invent f. summer already have been tent new way to lose ball games. We lively selected by Manager Rog know all the ways there are now." Peckinpmigh. They are Wesley Fo But the boys couldn't get them- rell, Willis Hudlin, Clint Brown a JOHNSON TO USE | THREE HURLERS SUNDAY BILOXI Miss.--Three of Walter I selves organTzed"'and the" trip wad I Mel Harder. I Johnson's first-string flingers will be cff. nONIE BUSH STH.I. 1 called on Sunday to unlimber fur- E^OTS wSlESABOCI FIRST HEAVY HITTING SEASON I GALVESTON-Firat base worries DOLUMBIA LOSES IN GHIGA e La Salle High Defeats Iowa Five 34 to 17 in First Round. CHICAGO, March 20. /B--In- bility to hit the loop altho they onsistently controlled the ball brot 34 to 17 defeat to the Columbia cademy team from Dubucjue, Iowa, : the hands of the De La Salle high uintet of Jollet, 111., in the first ound of the Loyola university atholic prep basketball tourna lent here Thursday evening. The Dubuque five was one of the avorites in the tourney and was xpected to go a long- way. The St. Patrick team from Dan- ury, Iowa, advanced to the seconc ound by winning, 34 to 18, from he St. Teresa quintet of Hutchirt on, Kans. The other Iowa entry St. Wcnceslaus of Cedar .Rapids vas eliminated. 35 to 15, by the Central Catholics of Fort Wayne, Ind. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WINTER HAVEN--Indianapolis (AA) 10; Philadelphia (N) 3. ST. PETERSBURG--New York (A) 7; Cincinnati (N) 3. FT. MYERS--Brooklyn (N) 16; Philadelphia (A) 5. LAKELAND--St. Louis (A) 11; Columbus (AA) 9. SAN FRANCISCO--Pittsburgh (N) 4; Detroit (A) 3; 10 innings. GALVESTON--Chicago (A) 12; Galveston 7. LOS ANGELES--Chicago (N) 15; Los Angeles (PCL) 3. The good old days offered one advantage . You could get away from drunks by going home.--Wisconsin State Journal. DECKER'S LEAGUE DECKERS' 10 WAS AS Total* lit . .i«n . .inn ..us ..IOT ..no . .ma 2nd an.% 13K 111 I (113 ir.l 175 171 ]»« 1(11 im 4K1 ·UK! Team fucragro -531--8M If. C. noVl llOWI.INf- CO.MPANV '""'"'*"" " " Ml ther the knots in their arms in an exhibition game here with tho Louisville Colonels. Marberry, Crow- dor and Jones, after working out But if hardship made you a' Thursday, reported to him they were and successful man, why deny ready to start their slants *"·-"- home- SAN ANTONIO "For three days sun nauni nine uume ouau ui me had heavy bunting and sliding White Sox. Neither Rip Radcliff th-; drill " Manager John McGraw iff hustling young rookie, nor Johnny the New York Giants said Friday. Watwood the converted outfielder we started against major satisfy him yet and he Is looking pitching and found laitl about for more talent. Aclnnifl D u n l n n II. I^n .20B .20'i .22.1 .m .1017 11« ni 1811 2011 Kn:i mo Tf.K BOXING THURSDAY, MARCH 26 AT ARMORY 42 --ROUNDS-- 42 Auspices Am. Lejrlon Drum Corps AL BORK Nashua Mauler VS. AL MANRIQUIZ Atlantic Assassin C Rounds --' 122 Pounds SPIN NELSON Austin Beef Killer VS. CARL KREIGER Mason City K. O. Artist 6 Rounds -- 160 Pounds GORDON STEWART Dow's "Fightin' Fool" vs. OPPONENT UNSIGNED Trnm n v r r n u r 21fit--Oil MOLINE---Young- Jack Thompson, Los Angeles, knocked out Larry Kid Kaufman, Louisville ( 3 ) ; Battling Bozo, Birmingham, outpointet Jack Barry, Chicago (10.) 6 OTHER BIG BOUTS SEAT SALK AT BOYD'S CIGAR STORK, STARTING MONDAY aT vAth two 'American frlo-nfl"

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