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

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 9 · 1937 Weintraub to Be With Reds Jewish Slugger Sure to Get Regular Berth in Big Time. TAMPA, Fla., (£)--Phil Wein traub, veteran minor leaguer an ex-giant, apparently is sure of regular outfield berth with th Cincinnati Reds, Manager Chuc Dressen said Tuesday. The- bi Jewish slugger played left fie] for Dressen in 1934 when Chuc managed the Nashville team. H ran up a .401 batting average i 101 games, then was called to til Giants. Weintraub was with Roel ester last year. NEW ORLEANS, M'j--A short age of catchers in the Clevelan Indian camp was alleviated Tues day when Frank Kohlbecker, clu road secretary, put on a uniforn . and helped warm up the pitch · ers. Kohlbecker is a former mino leaguer. SOX GET TO WORK PASADENA, W--The Whit Sox got down to hard batting, am infield practice Tuesday, will only the lone holdout, Pitche Merritt "Sugar" Cain, unaccounte lor. Zeke Bonura, first Backer, hi Tour homers Monday, his firs day in camp. Steve Mesner, rooki third baseman, banged two circui clouts. SANTA ROSA, N. Mex., (/P)-Manager Charlie Grimm, herdini his Cubs toward Catalina Island Cal., said Tuesday he expects Gab by Hartnett to catch 100 game this season. He believes Rip Col Jins, acquired from the Cardinals will produce the batting puncl necessary for a pennant, and round out what he believes to b the best, balanced infield in tin league. GIANTS HAVE FL1NGERS HAVANA, (jP)--Take it from Catcher Gus Mancuso, the Nev York Giants' pitching will be bet '. ter than ever this season. By waj of explanation he points to Clif Melton, lanky recruit left-handei as well as Clyde Castleman's sub par record and Fred Fitzsimmons illness last season.. "Melton is the fastest pitcher I've ever caught,' says Mancuso. "He hasn't got much of a curve, but that's nothing wit I that -fast ball he has." · CLEARWATER, Flu., (/P)_R e porters saw a hint that the Brooklyn Dodgers plant to trade Joe Stripp--probably (o Cincinnati foi a catcher--in a casual rainy day conversation by Manager Burleigh Grimes. "Boily" spoke 'of Buddy Hassett Cookie Lavagetto, Tony Malinoskj .and Jim Bucher in discussing his infield. He didn't mention Stripp until asked about him, then saic he'd like to use Joe as an alternate against left-hand pitching. DAHLGREN NOT HOPING ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., (ff)--Ellsworth "Babe" Dahlgrcn, first baseman the Yankees purchasec as "insurance" against Lou Geh- vig's contiued holdout is philosophical but not hopeful about his prospects. "I hope they keep me," he said "I wouldn't mind sitting on the bench to get a cut in the world series. I don't see much chance ol playing." SAN BERNARDINO, Cal., (#)-The Pittsburgh Pirates started their second day of training with three players still among the hold- outs. President William Benswanger said he had "not a word from Paul Waner, the National league's No. 1 batter last season- but expected to settle within a few days with Gus Suhr, big first baseman, and Wilbur Brubakei third baseman. Three Champions to Be Named for Court Three class' champions -will be determined in the Y. M. C. A singles h a n d b a l l championship, which opens next Monday, it was announced Tuesday. Entries for 1he three classes will close Saturday at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. State singles champion Willis O. Patton will have charge of tiie tournament. FACT-- thof we sell the na- tron's largest selling and m o s t popular brands of Cigars is one of the many reasons why you will most thoroughly enjoy coming here for y o u r Cigars. Stop here tomorrow f o r your favorite Smokes. Hickey Bros. Cigar Stores IN THE HOTEL HA.VFORD Mason City, Iowa SECOND DAY OF TOURNEY SENDS TEAM IN SCRAP Mohawks Play Undefeated Buffalo Center Quintet in First Contest. DISTRICT NO. 6 Time Table. At Webster City. WEDNESDAY GAME!! (1(1-- fiuoilell vs. I'entDii (Srncca) (II). I l l -- l i e l m n m l v*. Webster Oily (A). '-'0--Kamnir VA. OUoscn ( f t ) , ' ::i-- H a m i l t o n vs. .Marshalling u (.\ Tlll/llSllAl- GAMES (III--llansrll vs. «.,.,,, ( B , . -·J^S»N CITY vs. HuJfalo c -Kle/nme vs. LiiMoillr: (11). in--llumbolill vs. Iowa f i l l s (A). F R I D A V GAMES Ml-- L'pner Brackcl semifinal ( 1 1 ) . ID--Upper lirackct semifinal (Al ·!0--t.ower Bracket semifinal (f). 30--Lower Jlrackrt xcmltintl (.1) SATURDAY GAMES :t "--Championship (H. 15--Championship ( A ) . Mnson City's Mohawks, will their longest winning streak of tht season, five solid contests, safely tucked away, will brave the dan gers of district tournament competition for the first time on Thursday night, when they mee Buffalo Center, undefeated in 1£ games, at 7:10 o'clock. The Mohawks, winners of thei: seventh consecutive sectiona title lit Clear Lake last week-end will /ace the North Iowa conference champions in the second game of the Thursday evening program, according to the timi schedule announcement by Supt Burrus Beard, manager of the tournament. The tournament gels under waj Wednesday night, a day earliei than customary, to permit al games being scheduled in the evening. A full program of four contests will be offered on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday a Webster City, with the two championship games on the card foi Saturday night. BIG TEN TEAMS HAVE BIG DRAW 375,000 Cash Customers See Western Conference for Season's Record. CHICAGO, (JP)~Approximate!} 375,000 spectators watched Big Ten basketball teams play for the title, representing an attendance gain of more than G4.000 over the 1935-3G figures. Minnesota, which shared the title with Illinois, set the attend- ince gain pace, with '22,141 more :ans watching the Gophers' six lome games than the '35-'3G tota of 47,859. Illinois showed a gain £ 15,150 over last season's 29,443 .otal, while Iowa, never in the itic running, registered an increase of 11,800 over the 27,500 vhich saw the Hawkeyes last year Ohio Stale played to 50,434 compared with 30,829, while the Wolverines performed before 38,000 against 28,800. Chicago, which 'ailed to win a game, had an at- endance of 15,400 compared with 2,600 a year ago. Indiana and Purdue each registered gains of ibout 3,000. The Hoosiers drew 26,110 this season and Purdue 26000. Northweslcrn's attendance was 24,478 compared with 25,554, while Wisconsin drew 47,74.5 this season against, last year's 51,917 total. Weekly Classes for Advanced Boys at Y W e e k l y classes will begin Thursday night in senior lifcsav- ng and swimming instruction at he Y. M. C. A. pool, with Boyd Bremner in charge, it was announced at the ,"Y." The classes will be especially or young men, and will be held rom 8:30 to 9:30. Speed swimming, diving and water stunts will also be on the instruction pro:ram. Algona Captains for , Last, Next Year Set ALGONA -- LeRoy Mathison vas elected captain ot Algona igh school's wrestling team for the past season and Harold Ban- vart was named for next year lathison is a 135 pounder, while Banwart is a 155 pounder. m^-oviN ^ i i x U^U^^-UA^^TT^, MAKLiH 9 M 1937 NINE PLAY BISON AT 7:10 THURSDAY A Z E T T E ~ -' ""'·' ·-- -. . . . - - ._ Confident White Sox Turn Out for Spring Training Shamrocks Play Thursday in District Meet 2ND ROUND GOLDEN GLOVES Thurs., March 11 MASON CITY ARMORY Many who s u f f er from rectal troubles w o u l d quickly seek relief if they but knew or were familiar with modern rectal office methods. Modern rectal office practice cuts the cost, docs not cause confinement, is painless, efficient and satisfactory. Dr.R.W.Shultz,D.O. 18-219-220 First National Bank Building ' »»-«'·» w.-ssr,£2=ttr jwar.ar-.r are r r n A. U K i n r e r y . ( S i n c l a i r photo, K.y.nay . . Tranmcl, ic,,c K l t i c k l i o l . i t , Coacli Klemme Has Strong Record to Defend in District Tournament Set This Week-End Class B Winners at Lake* Take 15 Contests in 1 21 This Season. K L E M M E _ Klemme high Jchool's sky-scraper Shamrocks will face district basketball competition in Class B at Webster City this week with a record of 15 victories and six losses. The Shamrocks, who' won their sectional crown at Clear Lake last week-end, have scored 721 points this season against 428 for their opponents, averaging 34 points a contest against 20 for opponents, and were handed their six defeats by a total of only 25 points. Goodell high school, Seven Eagle conference champion, nosed out the Shamrocks, 33 to 31 and 27 to 25 in two contests, winning another by 30 to 23 in tournament competition. Klemme was third in he conference, below Kanawha vhich won 36 to 25 and 22 to ''0 n two contests. Ray "Buster" Jorgonsen, 6 foot (Continued on Xcxl f'ajrc) Chickasaw Squad to Meet Heavy Card of Conference Elevens NEW HAMPTON--Coach L. H. Schillinglaw Tuesday announced hat New Hampton would continue the practice of playing eight of the nine members of the Northeast Iowa conference. Schilling- aw has no definite plans about spring football as he is just resuming teaching after being ill for wo months. The Chickasaw men- or will have five veterans for his .cam this fall. They are McKonc Schnurr, Ball, Natvig and Whalen. The season opens a week earlier han usual. THE SCHEDULE Sepl. I-,--Waukon, llicre. Scrl. "it--Waverly, here. Ocl. 1--Nashua, (here. Ocl. K--Crcsco, here. Oct. ir,--Decorah. there. Ocl. »·»_Osaic, here. Ocl. ail--Charles Clly. here. Xov. .-_Oclucln, Ihcre. EXPERTS LOOK AT CAGE MEET All-State Basket ;Aces to Be Honored by Choice on Star Outfits. By GEORGE MILLS (lows Daily Press Bureau) DES MOINES--Sectional tournaments over, Iowa's "Jury of 1,000" prepared Tuesday to turn (o the district high school basketball classics this week-end in search of players worthy of places on the Iowa Daily Press association's fourth annual all-state basketball team. Coaches and officials throughout the state constitute the "jury of 1,000." They are being polled by the Iowa Daily Press association, of which the Globe-Gazette is a member, in selecting a mythical all-star high school basketball- cast as the climax of the 193G-37 cage season. Eyes of the experts will be intent on performances of possible all-state material this week-end, because I. D. P. A. rules require each voting coach and official to limit his choices to players "seen in action." This method is believed to be the most thorough and equitable way possible in naming an all-star team. O n e h u n d r e d twenty-eight teams will battle to stay in Ihe running this week-end. Out of the fire and smoke of battle 16 quintets will emerge as possessors of coveted slate finals berths. As a safeguard against possible injustices where players of nearly equal rating are fighting it out for a place on the all-star squad, the I. D. P. A. will name eight boys on each of its three teams. Three forwards, two centers and three guards will be honored on each of the teams. In addition, an Continued t,i\ Xcxt PaKr) OUT of the PRESSBOX -By Al Mitchell- *-· Y ' M ' T i l 1^1 It ^"^h AN " SHORT" COME THROUGH AT CONFERENCE MAT CONTESTS · · _. Georse Haynes and Al Slncckcr diWu-YIVhimrvArTl VJl:1UI1U5 , l ° l ' 1C "' B ' K S!x l i l l c - Thc two wo » '"- Jnn h' "onships . . . the only two won by Iowa State Havncs von nis way to the Inn in = h n »i«, --_.,,...-j ,,,, , . i l «j"Y lass, while ut h nnnnr, · a man who '" OklahormVs B ^ Si ' ' ' showcd » lenl y ° r sleam ln lal match in the tournament . . . * mals - W3S Fl ' ed Lic m b «»k of Kansas State pi ;? vlo " s round had eliminated Billy Carr, national collegiate champion. With his chav- d - Un £ B the TC8ular dual meet season. he Con ' jh TM l ' g ° 0l °P alik and Athletic Director George F. Ti y , , ynCS , a . ncl Slootkei ' ··''= "ic "Jmvn Stnlc type of. M y ''° 1 ^!' c| - worl \" 1 S- serious . . . conscientious and studious. ^ a n s - w " - bc a m o n R l h e Cyclone entrants at the championship meet held at Torre Haute, Ind., next New Hampton Chicks Set lo Put Strong Team in Next Tussle. NEW HAMPTON -- The New Hampton entry in the fifth district basketball tournament presents a team that has not had a brilliant season because it has had more hard luck than any other member of the Northeast Iowa conference. Dogged by bad breaks, the Chicakasaws no doubt will have a team in the tournament that wtJI not be eliminated unless it is by two or four points. There is no doubt that the Chickasaws, led by Harry Carney, forward, who has scored 110 points in 13 contests of the 15 game schedule, will play as good ball as Ihey have all season. Cedar Falls and Decorah were the only teams to score more than 25 points against New Hampton. Both ot the Carney brothers were out of the game with the Tigers while Gerald sprained his ankle in the Decorah game. Bernard "Bomber" Horgen, a member of the New Hampton team u n t i l the second semester, (Cfliilitiucd nn N e x t raKK) FULL CLUB SET FOR HARD WORK ON WEST COAST Tonic of Third Place Finish Last Season Boosts Hose for New Schedule. (This is another of » series rteallnr xvith prospects of major l e a g u e ball clubs.) PASADENA, Cal., (/P) _ There was a distinct air of confidence and optimism Tuesday as the entire Chicago White Sox team turned out for its first real day of spring training. Manager Jummy Dykes' pitchers and catchers have been'toiling under a broiling sun for a week. The rest of the squad reported Tuesday. You get the atmosphere of optimism as soon as you lake a look at the outfit. As Dykes put it, the boys collected "a piece of world's series dough" last fall, finishing in third place, and the experience, something the White Sox hadn't enjoyed in years, may prove a tonic this year, Wants to--Can't Quit. Dykes strolled ~off third base, where he had been coaching Steve Mesner, the 19 year old rookie he hopes will take his place. Mesner was bought from Los Angeles. "Good looking kid," volunteered Jimmy. "I saw him hit a ball :i mile last spring out here. He may have the stuff." Dykes rubbed his forehead and grinned: "I'm ready to quit playing, but I just can't." He is starting his twentieth year ot major league baseball. What about the While Sox- chances this season? Dykes ventured the opinion the Sox may pult another surprise. Last year he made a half prediction, hnlf promise the team would "sneak" into the first division. They did. Chances Brighter. "I think our chances are brighter this year than' last year," He mused. Teddy Lyons, dean of the Sox pitching staff, entering his fifteenth season in the big time, all with the same club, sauntered over to chat. "I would say the prospects look belter for us this year than any time since--well, for a long time," Lyons drawled. "I'll bet one thing, no club is going to run away with the pennant like the Yankees did last year. What was it, 17 .to 13 games? ( I t was 19.) "Now the way I figure it, the league will be better balanced. Thc only club I see without a chance is Philadelphia." Good for More Work. Lyons, ace "spot" pitcher, turned in 10 wins in 1336. ·"I don't believe she's ready to fall apart yet," he said, looking ( C . i i i l l . n l n l nil .Vcxl Txct) Walters Wins Table Laurels Here's Bob Walters (at riffht) beinff congratulated by Ralph Dieckmann, his defeated opponent in the final match of the "ST. M. C. A.-Dcckcr Brothers city ping pang tournament, concluded Monday niffht at the "Y." Walters won 3-0, taking six straight games to win two matches after Dieckmann hart won the opening game 2112. The new champion's scores were 21-17, 21-19, 21-16, 21-14, Earl Crablic and Frank Snook defeated Dr. Draper Lonir anil Dr. It. R. Flickingcr, 2-1 to win the doubles crown, the match going to the last same of the third set before it was cleciilcil. (Lock Photo, Kayenay En/rravinsr) Four to Play for Catholic State Honors Semifinal Round of Iowa Meet to Face Squads in New Session. STATE CATHOLIC MEET At Des Moincs. iMONDAV JIESUI/TS St. Francis I Council B l u f f s ) 3'!i St. Joseph's ( H e w i t t ) 10. Columhia (Dubuquc) II; St. Marv's (Slnrm L a k e ) I.-. St. niary's (IHarshalltcm-n) :fi; Sacred Heart (Fort Dodce) J!R. St. Ambrose (Davenport) 42; St. Paul's (Defiance) 2J. : DES MOINES, (/P)--Four stale Catholic high school boys basketball teams, tournament favorites, entered the semi-final round of the state tournament here. The select four, led by Columbia academy of Dubuque, state champion, scored top-heavy victories in first round battles Monday night to gain in thopre-cham- pionship class. Columbia risks both its title and a chance at another finalist berth in the opening semi-final game when it tackles St. Francis of Council Bluffs, winners over St. Joseph's of DeWitl, 32 to 10. Thc title holders turned back St. Mary's of Storm Lake, 41 to 15 to enter the select group. The championship duo will be completed when St. Ambrose of Davenport meets St. Mary's of NOTRE DAME AT TOP OF TICKETS Insh Beat Minnesota Cage Squad to Lead Western Conference Fives. CHICAGO, (/P)--Notre Dame's powerful basketball team ranked No, 1 in the midwest Tuesday, its latest victim being the Minnesota Gophers, co-champions of the Big Ten. The Irish, using regulars but 25 minutes of the game trounced Minnesota 44 to 18 Monday .night at South Bend, Ind. Johnny, Moir, Irish forward, collected 17'points to breaic his own Notre Dame individual scoring record for one season. He now has 272 points, 12 more than lie scored last season. H was a twelfth straight win for Notre Dame, which previously had whipped Purdue, Illinois and Northwestern. Buck Newsom Waiting for New Pay Parleys , Fla,, (/!} -- Buck Neu'som waited in his hotel room Tuesday for Owner Clark Griffith of the Washington Senators to come around and talk salary. 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