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BASEBALL Des Moines Demons to open here Saturday and Sunday with Coca-Cola Cubs, new Mason City semipro baseball team. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1934 BASEBALL Cerro Gordo high school baseball tournament is scheduled for Mason City this week-end, Friday and Saturday. Out of the PRESSBOX ------ By AL MHX'HE Summer Plans A letter from A. J, Jones of Nora .Springs says that big things are planned for Mason City's neignbor town in this summer's sor'ball. The Commercial club backs Softball at Nora Springs, and Oswald TJeker heads its committee this season. · * * This season will be the third in which the game has been played under lights. Six lamps and reflectors have been in use in other years, and three more are to be added this sumncr. An eight team league will .play, starting the season on 60 foot baselines. Rudd and Nora Springs will furnish entrants, two teams from the latter town playing, and five country teams will be in action. * * * The opening will be May 8, and league games will be played on Tuesday and Thursday nights. Sat- A YEAR AGO April 25.--The _Yankees and Senators engaged in a free-for- all after a row between Chapman and Mycr, who with Whitehill were fined and suspended. urday nights will see outside competition. Games in the past have been played before crowds of 500 to 800. * * * "Stub" Quimby and Claude Demo will manage the two teams that are to represent Nora Springs in the league, and in the games with outside ball teams. Touring North. Iowa's ace boxers are going to fight with the contender for world's championship of the heavy- (Torn to Market Puce) Miss Cruickshank Only New Wightman Bidder NEW YORK, April 25. (/T)--Josephine Cruickshank, No. 6 ranking player from Santa Ana, Cal., is the only newcomer to the 1934 Wightman cup tennis team. She will replace Mrs. Marjorie Gladman Van r..yn on the team of five headed by Helen Jacobs, national chami;l'Jn from Berkeley, Cal., and including two other Cali- ·lorinians, Alice Marble of San Francisco and Carolin Babcock of Los Angeles, as well as Sarah Palfrey of Brookline, Mass. "CUBS" ASSEMBLE SEMIPRO TALENT Thornton, Ventura Meet in Baseball Tourney Opener NORTH IOWAN IN RELAYS Decorah Wins 9-0 From West Union on Diamond DECORAH, April 25.--Decorah defeated West Union yesterday afternoon by a.score o£ 9 to 0, in the second baseball game of the season. Steyve and Anderson were the batteries for Decorah. Ploog, Kahler and Miller for West Union. Steyve pitched throughout the game for Decorah, allowing but two hits, and struck out eleven. Ploog allowed seven hits and struck out six. Anderson took batting honors with a homerun and a triple. Preus took second with a. triple and a single. Decorah outplayed West Union throughout the game. The B squad is to play Ridgeway at Ridgeway, and the first team meets Harmony, Minn., at Harmony Friday. The schedule from that date follows: May 1, county tournament; Slay 4, Fayette there; May 11, Elma here; May 15, West Union there; May 18, Harmony here; May 25, Elma there. ARMORY EXHIBITION Armory, at 8:30 Wednesday. ',0ne hour main event)--Frank Spcer» 3eorRla Tech gridfjcr, 223 pounds, vs. Frankle Trench, Ren wick, 223 pounds. (30 minute semlwlndup)--Ed Meshe, Akron, Ohio, 216 pounds, vs. "Gentle Jack" Ha tier, Kansas City, fo., 214 pounds. , (30 minute opener)--Taj; TaKeson, Mason City, 220 pounds, vs. Edward YVIrth, Columbus* Ohio, 210 pounds. Karl Turnure and Lee Joncfi. referees. Capt. Fred Shaffer, announcer. CASH REGISTERS SUPPLIES REPAIRS P. B. SAWTELLE1 Phone 1743 1320 S. Del. Tremendous Reductions in BUS RATES MASON CITY to ONE WAY St. Paul $ 2.35 Des Moines § 2.20 Kansas City § 5.25 Ames S 2.00 Cedar Rapids S 2.80 Waterloo S 1.70 Los Angeles S25.20 New York S23.50 Bus Fares to Other Points Arc Proportionately as Low. Phone 97 for information. Jefferson Transportation Company BUS Depot at 16 First Street S. \V. Mason City, Iowa fc'mnds Cretzmeyer, former Bmmetsburg trackster, will run for the University of loiva in the hurdles, and will probably be a member of one or more relay squads for the Drake relays this week. Cretzmeyer is the leading point-better of the Iowa squad. Also in the pictures are Grant Thompson of Drake, miier; Dick Crayne, Jowa football and relay star; and John McGee, Drake two-miler. Soling Record May Fall in New Drake Relay Run StarS Coni neth Sandbach of Purdue, Big- Ten to Track From All U. S. Sections. DES MOINES, April 25.--Although the memory of George Saling of the University of Iowa, flashing over the high hurdles in :14.4 in 1932 to establish a new Drake relays record and equal the then recognized world's record, is still vivid in the minds of Iowa track fans who witnessed that race, the record is seriously in danger this week as the country's outstanding high hurdlers gather here at the Silver Anniversary Drake relays. Friday and Saturday, April 27 and 28, that record will be assaulted and a. new record is not unlikely if track conditions are favorable. The four place winners in the 120- yard high hurdles at the Kansas relays last week will be here to wage war on the Drake record. With track conditions none too perfect at Kansas Sam Allen of Oklahoma Baptists- covered the distance over the high sticks in :14.6 closely followed by Lee Haring of EmpOria, Kansas State Teachers, Wilson of Texas "University and Moulton of Iowa. The race was close and the Drake relays hurdles race will be just as close, with each of these men running, in addition to several other outstanding stars. West Coast Entries. Dray Williams of Pomona college, Claremont, Cal.. and Jimmy Miller of the University of California at Los Angeles, along with Ronald Kelley of Washington State University, are the west coast's entries in the high hurdles race. Of the three Miller has the best recorded time of :14.5 while Williams covers the distance in :14.7 or less and Kelley around :14.8. Track and weather conditions have a great deal to do with the time hurdlers make and anyone of these three may set a new record. George Fisher of Louisiana State university is the south's bid for supremacy in the high hurdles, best effort is :14.4 which is His the Drake relays record in this event. Fisher will accompany the national collegiate championship track team of Louisiana State to the Drake relays to compete in the high hurdles. Outstanding Stars. There are at least a dozen other outstanding stars who will compete ia the high hurdles including Ken- conference indoor high hurdle champion, Willie Ward of Michigan who took second to Sandbach. in the Big Ten conference race, Art Jons of Northwestern, Lanyon of Creighton, Cretzmeyer of Iowa, Freeman of Iowa State, Clark of Grinnell, Philson of Drake and Clarke of Wisconsin. These are just a few of the men who will compete in the hurdles event and run on their hurdles shuttle relay teams at the Drake relays this week. A new record is not only possible hut very probable. Brewers Cut Down Trio in Single Slam CHICAGO, April 25. (.B--The business of turning in at least one triple play, seldom neglected by the American association, already has been accomplished. While it did rot keep them from losing. Milwaukee's Brewers came up with the three-ply killing in the opener at Minneapolis. With Cohen en second and Ogorekon first, Spencer Harris smashed a liner to Hope, Brewer shortstop, in the eighth. Hope stepped'on second to double Cohen and fired the ball to Dud Branom in time to catch Ogorek trying to get hack. The Millers, before a chilled crowd of 5,500, used the homerun method to win, S to 1. Joe Hauser got his sixth homer of the season, and Harris and Pinky Hargrave MASON CITY NINE TAKES BYE, WILL START SATURDAY Plymouth to Be Opponent of Mohawks in Contest of County Meeting. Thornton and Ventura high schools will kick off the lid as Mason City is host to Cerro Gordo county's baseball teams Friday and Saturday in the county baseball tournament. The Thornton and Ventura nines will meet at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon, it was decided at a tournament drawing here Tuesday evening, in the first tournament game at Roosevelt stadium. Rockwell and Swaledale high schools will go into action near 3:30 o'clock in the only other contest to be carded on Friday. A Moliaivks Draw Bye. Plymouth and Mason City high schools drew byes in the bracketing, and will play Saturday morning at 9 o'clock, the contest to be followed by a meeting of the Thornton- Ventura and Rockwell-Swalodiile winners about 10:30. There will be no consolation contest, the final game being the only other carded for Saturday. It will bring the surviving teams into action at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon. The four strongest contenders for honors will probably be seen in Plymouth, Rockwell, Mason City and Thornton. The strength of all four clubs lies chiefly in their battery- men. In "Olc" Yezek, bulky pitcher, and Snell, little pepper box who works behind the bat, the Plymouth club has a combination that aided in defeating both Rockwell and Mason City. Helm, third baseman, also is a powerful help to the Plymouth team. Have All-State Fielderi Rockwell, which has victories on its list over Mason City and Thornton, has a husky battery in Coleman and Sawyer, and an all-state Von Eps. All three are sluggers. Harris, Thornton pitcher, and Boothroyd, who holds the mitt for the Thornton nine, are the mainstays of their team in their own department as well as in hitting. It was reported in Mason City that illness may keep Harris out of the tournament. Mason City has capable battery- men in Suter, Evers, Wolske and Dietz, all pitchers, and Mott, veteran catcher, Hert, also a good receiver, has taken over the first bas-.' assignment for the last two games and looks like a fixture on the initial sack. Tournament tickets will be available at the gate and the high school office it was announced. Rockwell Wins 3-0 From Mason City Rockwell high school defeated Mason City 3 to 0 Tuesday afternoon in a postponed contest, the lack of batting punch on the Mo hawks' part being the factor that prevented a victory. Suter, besides setting Rockwell down with a pair of hits, drove out a single and double of his own. Crabb added a single to give Mason City a 3-2 margin in the hitting department, but the 5 Mason City men left on bases told the story as the game ended. Two rallies were cut short by forceouts and flyballs when hits meant runs. Lengthen Contest. The game was lengthened to seven innings after it i'ad been planned to play five, and all the Rockwell scoring came in the sixth frame. The first hit off Suter came when Joe Campbell poked a singlfc just out of Lane's reach over second. Just before that, Steines had fanned for the first out. Von Eps walked and Francis got a life when (Turn to Market Pace) NATIONAL LEAGUE BOX SCORES TUESDAY'S GAMES CJXCINNATI--2 Alt II TO A Com'sky If 4 (I 1 u Kvenlg 2 b 4 1 1 4 I'lct ib 4 1 3 3 Ilufey cf 3 1 4 (I B'l'lry Ib 4 1 K II Shiver r f - 1 2 2 0 OTarrell c 4 1 1 y (I U U I) t i Z z o o o o 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 Irennaii p 0 0 U (I Totals 33 8 24 I I Silicic ss Vance p I'n-I p L'HICAOO--:l A l l II I'U A EiUElllh :! 3 1 0 2 IV. II'lill 21) 4 0 1 :i Klelit if 4 2 1 0 Stalnb'lt cf 4 1 .1 0 Grlnim II) 4 2 12 II -Ini-Rcs n* 4 2 2 « Hartndt. c 2 0 2 0 llusli i 3 U 0 2 Totals 32 9 =7 14 tatU-tl Tor Krey in sevenlb. ilan for O'Fnrrell In aevrntli. ClnciiiimU Cincinnati Olid OKI 101*--2 t:b caijo 30(1 (Kid 00\--3 Krrors. none: runs balled In, Shiver 2, Klein, stlllnhark. Grimm: Uvn bast; hits, Knfiilc. English. Klein, .stnlliback, .hirers: hntiicrun. shlvt-r: double plays, VV. Herman to Purges to Grimm: Irll nn base. Cincinnati 0. Chicago 7: base mi balls, off Trey 2. Hush 2; struck out, by Vance 1, Hash 1: hits, oft Vance r, In 2-3, Frey 3 In 5 1-3, Hrcnnan ) In 2: losing iillehrr. Vance. l.'m- llarr and Mngc.rkurtb. Time. 1:31. NEW VOKK--II All II I*O A J. Moore if (1 2 4 II Ryan 3b R 2 2 2 Terry 111 fi 1 K 0 lltt rf 4 3 I II lacksoli ss r, I 3 4 Watklns cf. 3 0 2 (I Richards e n 2 7 I) Se'h'her H 4 2 0 2 Hubbell |i 1 1 0 0 Totals 4 3 1 1 5 2 7 1 1 U'llIA--7 ' Alt II I'll A Fllllh If ti II 0 II Ruble rf 3 llartell ss Hurst i b Mien cf Wilson c- liasllu 2b Hopkins 3b A. Mm 0 3 II 1 1 II II 4 2 1 2 !i 2 3 II ·I II I! II ·I 2 H I) 3 1 5 2 4 II 1 3 re u 1 II II II lllln.icn p 1 II 0 0 r.ClilMia I II II II Grali'Mil p 0 0 0 0 nSclml'Icli ! II II II K'ulians p (i 0 (I o Totals iliaiteii for llnnsni In elclith. Z7.B:ilte! fur Grnbnw.sltl In eighth. jzy.lUtled for ituble. In ninth. New York 2 ( 1 ( 1 4 3 1 (Hll--11 iiibdtiphiu ion :inn 120-- 7 Krrors, Ryan, .lackson 2. Kartell: rnns halted In, Oti 3. Schumacher S. Kyiui. Itlcll- nrd.s, llnrst. WHson 4, Hopkins. KililiN: two base lilts, .lilcksnn, .1. Milnre, Kyi llursl. Kartell: hr 2. \VH«on: double. Terry; left on lias Ott 2, Schur I'lav, Uyan tn Jurkw rlier ·i to New Vork tl. rlillmlel- pltla II: bases on balls, off .Schumacher 3. A. .Mooro 4: struck out, liy Schumacher 4. llublldt 1. A. Moore Ii, llnnsen 2: l i l t s , oft Schumacher 7 In S 1-3, A. Moore HI in 1-3, lluubell 1 In 1 2-3, llansen 3 In 2 2-:t, Grnbuwskl 0 in I , Klclnhans 2 In 1: wlnjiliiK pitcher, Schumacher: loslnc pitcher, A. Moore. Umpires, Qulgley and Moran. Time, 2:311. BROOKLYN--3 AIS II 10 A K'ncckc cl f, I S O .1. .I'llan m r, II II 0 Frey 31) 4 1 2 3 P'd'lrk rf 3 1 1 II Wilson If Leslie 11, 5 3 1 0 1 C'cYllo 2b 4 1 S I.OPC7. C res c Heck p Uoyle. Mllnns p ixTaylor Ken-re p It 0 1 (I 1 0 1 1 1 II II 0 ii o ii n 1 0 0 0 o o BOSTON -- 5 AB II TO! BS 5 2 2 M'M'IIS St S 1 3 II. .rdnli I b 4 1 HI Herirer c f 4 1 2 Whify 3 b 4 0 0 If 3 II -I Moivry rf 4 2 2 II I) f'ni'jkh'i; p 3 1 0 I Hrlts p 1 0 1 2 i c cxr:Bucher 1 II (I (J 1'erklns p II 0 0 0 Tillnls 3G K 24 Totals 30 10 27 14 Kid Chocolate Held to 10-Round Draw in West SAN JOSE, Cal., April 25.--Kid Chocolate, 131, Cuba's ebony fighter, was held to a 10-round draw here last night by Bobby Gray, 131, San Ml-itted for Beek In f i f t h . xxB-itted for Mllnns In sixth. xx\ltatted for BenKe In e l K h t b . Itroolilyn 000 002 001--3 Boston O i l 300 00V--5 Errors, .7. Jordan. MeManus; rims batted In. Cueelm-llo, Lopez, HoKan. Berber. Franlt. house, Urbanski. B. Jordan. Leslie: Iwo base lilts, Mowry. Koenecke: three base bits, Frankhoitsi-: homerun. Bereer; left oa basr, Brooklyn 13. Boston 10: base on balls, off Beck 2, Mllnns 2. Frankhutise fi. Belts 1: struck ml, by Mllnns 1, Ili'nCT 2, Frn'--· house J. Betts 1; hits, off Beek 8 In «. Munns 0 in 1, Bentce 2 la 2. Perkins rrankhoupe 3 In "» l-'t. Betis in 3 2-3: v.-luninfr plteher. Fninkhotlse: losing plteiier, Beek. Umpires, Itlcler, Stark and Stewart. Time. 1:57. AB H 1-0 A Orsa'ti cf .1 0 2 0 Roth'ck rf R 3 3 II Fri.-ch Zh 4 1 3 2 Martin 3b .". 0 0 3 Mcciw'k U 3 1 2 II V. Davis c 3 I 4 0 Collins Ib 3 1 8 0 Dur'cJjr us 3 0 3 (f Walker p 3 0 0 0 Unities p 1 0 0 0 T'tals 35 7*2.-ll I'lTTSBtKfill--S AB II I'O A L. Wa'r cf 5 0 » (I Roettcr rf n 2 3 0 Llnds'm if Ii 1 II 0 Vr-ur.h'n ss 2 1 2 2 Sllhr 111 3 1 1 1 0 !.".V'to 2I» 4 1 The' 3b 3 2 1 1 Veltmim c 4 0 4 0 Mfine p 2 0 0 1 Chacnon p 0 0 0 I -("·race 1 1 1. 0 (I DFlnney 0 0 0 0 Totals 34 3 2 7 1 1 nBnttcd fur c.haznon in ninth. Mian for Grace. In ninth. ''One out \vhen winning run was scored. Score by innings: it, Jjinls 010 001 (120--I I ?. clnl *. 'Ittsbnrgll 0110 100 OKI--!i LACK OF HURLING POWER IS WORRY IN NATS' DUGOUT Seventh Place Claims 1933 Champions as Pitchers Drop Early Games. By HUGH S. FULLERTON, JR. (Associated Press Sports Writer) Among the numerous perplexing problems which have arisen to plague major league managers is the big one which faces Washington's Joe Cronin--what's wrong with the'Senators' pitching? Last season it was largely the hurling of the Senatorial "big 1 four,'' Alvin Crowder, Earl Whitchill, Monte Weaver and Walter Stewart, which carried the Nats to the American league championship. So far this season, 10 different Senator elbowers have made a total of 23 appearances in S games and the standing of the cluhs shows Washington in seventh place with 3 victories and 5 defeats. Only one, Ai Thomas, has remained on the job for nine innings. Stewart Slips Again. Stewart made his second unsuccessful start of the season Tuesday as the Senators opened their home season and took a 5 to 0 trimming from the Red Sox. With 25,000 fans, including President Roosevelt, looking on, the slender southpaw pitched four shutout innings. Then a rainstorm held up the game for an hour and when it was resumed Manager Cronin decided to turn the hill over to Jack Russell. The Sox belted him out in one inning, scoring 3 runs, and clouted Crowder for 2 more before Bob Burke finished up. Johnny Welch, meanwhile, limited the champions 'to 5 hits. Indians Clout 19. While Oral Hildebrand burled 4 hit ball, the Cleveland Tndians clouted four St. Louis flingers for 19 hits, including a pair of homers by Hal Trosky, and won 15 to 2. Detroit's Tigers subdued the White Sox 7 to 3 in another slugfest. Forty thousand fans turned out to see Charley Ruffing of the New York Yankees and John Marcum of the Philadelphia Athletics hook up in a great pitching duel which Ruffing- won when Frank Crosetti belted a homerun in the sixth for the only run of the game. Bach twirler allowed only 4 hits. Cubs Win Sixth. The Chicago Cubs won their sixth straight National league victory, a 3-2 decision from the Cincinnati Reds, scoring all their runs off Dazzy Vance in the first inning. Right on the Cubs' heels came the world champion Giants with an 11- triumph over the Phillies, gained largely by a pair of homeruns apiece by Pitcher Hal Schumacher and Mel Ott. A homer by Freddy Lindstrom with two on in the ninth ;ave Pittsburgh a 5-4 decision over the St. Louis Cardinals. The Boston Braves found a near relative in Walter Beck, big Brooklyn right hander, and won their first home game 5 to 3. AMERICAN LEAGUE BOX SCORES TUESDAY'S GAMES L'H1I.AI)ELI'1UA--0 Alt U I'O A W'Mtlcr 211 :t o .1 2 Cnmit-r cf :t » 1 » Flniicy rf 4 .1 3 0 rox* ib a o iti u HcNnlr us 4 0 2 :( Johnson U 3 0 3 J IIlKKins 3b 3 1 2 ;i Hayes c 3 0 1 0 Murcum p : 2 0 3 Ttttnls 29 4 21 12 NIS\V YORK--J All U I'O A croKftti NI ;t L :i i r»mt!n cf :t o - o Ituih rf II 1 1 U (Jt-hrlp 1|) 2 1 H (t Ch'nuin tf 3 1 2 U I-aiT.crl 3b 3 0 1 :i Dickey c ;i 0 4 1 llcffner 2b 3 » ·' " Itiifllnt; p » 0 1) 1 To(»tn 2(1 4 27 U hJa UOD wow oou--« r\"i!W York 1)00 ( M I L Ol)x--1 Krrwr, rroHt'ttl; rum bulled In, 'nwtll; litinu'run, Crosc-Hi; Micrlrice, \VnrslU-r; double piny, Cttsct!l to Huffnrr to iIirl£; I''f1 011 blmr, NMV York -'(, I'hUatlHjili'ii «; buxc on bulls, off JtuffhiK 3. .Mart-mil ^; strncl; mil, by K u r r i i i B ·). -Miircum 1. i;iii|tlrra, IHn- iic(;ii and Summers. TIitM', .1:4It. (inlllviiii ]i xCb'b'liiIn All II I'O A rt Ii 1 2 1 I, 4 0 2 0 I If 4 ii 1 0 31, 4 2 I I !b .1 1 0 I) 3 0 2 0 p · 0 (I 2 i n 1 0 1 1 fl 0 0 0 y I 1 0 o 1 0 0 II 311 !) 21 1.1 Gehr'er 2b r Cochrnne c Ii Gtisiin ir ii milker rf 4 (ir'n'rg I b 2 Owen :lb 4 Marbcrry p 4 While cf 1 xltan {or Dyltes In n l i i l b . x \ l l a t l f d fur Shea III n i n t h . \ \ x l l a t l c d fur Galllvan In ninth. Chicago noil nil 0111--3 Detroit 000 Ollll Illx--7 Errors, Swansun, llevlng, C a l l l v i i n ; runs batted In, Dylies, Appling, Walller. Owen, Miirberry. (Jehrlnger, Uiislln. M i a l t : two bas,; hits. Homlra, (ireenliars, Cociiranr: three base lilt, Appllnc; Molun bases. Walk- !rtroil 9, ciilcagii 7: liase on balls, olf Marlicrry 1, Ileving 4. G a l l l v a n 1 : strui'U out. by Marberry 4, Hevlni: 1 : hlls. off llcvlni; 7 In .1 2-:l. G a l l l v a n 4 In 2 1-3; losing pllrln.r, Hevlng. Umpires, Morlnrly anil (irlsei. Time, 2:12. KOSTON--15 A i l H I'O A Bishop 2li 4 1 1 2 LVerlier ss 4 4 :i 2 Uor'an Ib B 1 7 0 K. .liih'n K f 2 cf Sotters rf r» 0 B 1 fl it Welch p- 4" 1 -0--1- Total 42 1(1 »7 7 WASHINGTON-A l t H i'O A 21) rf Stewart HllSSrtl Burke p (l 2 r, 1 4 I 0 3 0 0 4 2 1 3 0 CLUB DROPS OLD Iff ME AS OPENER FOR CARD HEARS Former League Aces Banded Together to Play Here; Demons to Open. The question--"What's Mason lity going to have?" has been irctty well answered within the ast few days as preparations for semipro baseball have focused on the opening contests at the local lot. Opening against the Western .eague Demons from Des Moines Saturday and Sunday in a pair of ;ames. Mason City will send a new :eam into the field. The old name ·Bats," is gone, and many of the old faces are likewise missing. New Name. The Coca-Cola Cubs are to be Mason City's representatives this summer at the North Iowa fairgrounds. Manager "Hobo" Duncan has assembled some fine talent, much oC t new to North Jowa. For instance--at the second sack will bo a promising" rookie who gut a long trial with the Demons in the nfield this spring, Bob Anderson. And«rson came up from Des Moines on the recommendation of Manager Irelan of the Western leaguers and apparently has the stuff, although [10 lacked the polish to make the Western grade. Corrirk to Catch. Behind the bat, a. big' red-headed fellow named Corrick will see action. His home town is Ottumwa, and he caught there in the Mississippi valley league of a few seasons ago. Manager Duncan and Secretary iarry Dearmin of the local club vent down to the Madrid coal mines to find another pair of ball players. They drew an ace in Dick Grant, lefthander who pitched for Waterloo in the 'Sinpi league during 1927, 1D28 and 1929. Brothers' Battle. This Grant is a brother of Jimmy Grant, who has just joined the Demon pitching roster in Des Moines, and there is promise of a brothers' I 0 0 11 II 0 0 (I 1 0 0 1 II II II 0 1 II 0 0 1 0 I al!atl,.,| fur Kiiawll III fifth Inning. bl!ait.,| l,, r J!,. rs !,, nt tli l,, n | nc . Sirnn, Ijy Inning* : n »*i«n ................... mm 11:11 n i u -- r, ................ DUO ooo olio -- II Krnir.s, nwip; runs batted in. Mrirpmi, K, .Iiilmridii, Kcynollls, lS;sb»i.. WYrlx-r; I v n , IIIIM, l i l t . \VnItcrs; base on balls, off WHrb :l. SIrn-urt 1. Kiissi-I] I; stnn-li , n i t . by Wf'lrb 2. Mrwart :!; b i t N , ( i f f st«uart ii In 4 lan!n~s, .| hi 1. 1 nnvilrr r In 2 mi; mit in i-!:;litii), liilrke 2 In 2; wild I'llcb, Wclrb; Irisinc pitclur, Kussvll. Lni- s, Owens and Mcfioivan. Tinif, 1 :.-«. CLEVKI,.-YN1)--15 Rio.' rt I'ytlnk Myall AB II I'O A I! 2 3 II I) Ii 3 3 l n i o Avi-r'I cf ii 1 .1 II Vosmlk If .', 1. II o sky I b Kn'm 3b 21) Knlc-'r s s , 1 3 3 4 Illlllc'll p 0 1 0 3 Cblrairo iVrw Vnrk Brooklyn I'lllsbursh NATIONAL LEAGCE W. J,. Pet. I IV. 6 0 1.0110, lloslnn 3 Ii J .857 *t. Louis 1 4 2 .(iliii rindnnall 1 4 2 .lifi'M'liila'ipliJa o each got one. The victory was the ! Jose ' Rmgsiders credited Chocolate Millers' fifth in six starts and kept them in the league lead. Phil Weinert held the champion Columbus Red Birds to five hits as Louisville scored a 2 to 0 victory in its first home appearance. Indianapolis defeated Toledo, 4 to 2. Jim Turner gave the Mud Hens oiily six hits, while his mates bunched their blows off Roxie Lawson, in the third and fourth innings. Cold weather forced postponement, of the Kansas City-St. Paul game at St. Paul. Stacyville Wins 13-0 in Academy Baseball Game OSAGE, April 25.--In a baseball game at New Haven the Stacyville academy beat New Haven academy with a score of 13-0. New Haven's pitcher struck out 15. with five rounds and Gray with one, but a stiff right hand to the jaw that shook the Cuban in the fourth evidently caught the referee's eye and gave the home product an even break. DIAMOND ACES Errors, 1'rtpcli, TlH'venow; runs Icitiet) ii Jlpiiivlck, Thcvrnuw 2. Davis, r.iillns. I.ind- strom 3: two base" lilts, Vauclian, ollins: liotnrruns, Meclwlrk. Llnilstrom: Molrn basi-s, L. Wnm-r, Kaithrnck 2. Krlsrli: sacri- firc, Kuhr; bases on halls, off Mrlnr 4, \Yaikpr ·!. C'hagnon 1: struck out, by Walk- rr 2, HMnc ·, llalim 1: hits, ott \Vnlkrr r, In 1 ]-» Intilnss, Hnlm-. 4 In 1, Mi-irr- fi in #, ChilRimn I in 1: iviiniinpr pitrhi-i, :liaKiiou; loflinc ftit'-tior. llalncs. Umpires rllmian and Klcm. Time, 2 ::!,. A.MEHICAN I.EAGCE \\\ I.. I'el.i VV. -I I .8011 I'hlla'phta :i ... r . . . . . . i,.,k 4 2 .fill-' \t, Louis 2 ['levelnnd 3 2 Boston 4 3 .571, :iiicagn A M E R I C A N ASSOCIATION' W. I.. P f t . 1 W. f.. polls !, 1 .8331 Milwaukee. 2 3 3 2 .I1IKI SI. I'aiil 2 3 nils 3 2 .lilllli Louisville 2 :i IIS 2 3 .41101 Knn. City 3 4 .Kill '.200 Pet. .400 -JOO .4110 Complete Scores Listed For Albert Lea Classic Complete scoring of Mason City entrants in the Albert Lea bowling classic was announced as 'follows by Secretary Hans G. Pusch of the local City bowling league: Doubles Wall and Clausen 1129 i Swafford and Whitney 1100 ! j Kolb and Elstad 1057 Singles Elstad 048 By THK ASSOCIATE!) PRESS Hal Tnisky, Indians--Hit two homers and tn-o singles against Browns, batting In six runs. U-I.M - t v Charley Ruffing, Yankees-Shut out Alb- Vvhltney o43 letlcs ivltb four slagies, striking out four. { Swafford 539 Fred Frankhonse, Braves--Tripled In t Stevens '"il'* fourth lo start three ran rally that defcateil | ,,,·,,,,! -,,." Brooklyn. I * l r K I ""W Ha! Schnmnchcr, Olnnts--Knocked In i SobieSke 40-1 five runs with two homers lo win own game ; R o Yt Johnson -157 431 541 from Phillies. .lohnny Welch. Red Sox--Blanked Sena- i J'-ggert tors n-lth five hits lo win 5-0. I \ValI . Freddy I.indslr(,ni. 1'lrales^HJt liomcr t t/- n ]i. w i t h two on base In ninth (o bent C a r - : , l u · din«i« : Lyons 4 7 S : NATIONAL LEAGUE f'ine-innatl 2; Chicago :i. New York 1 1 ; Philadelphia 7. St. I,ou:s 4; Pittsburgh o. Brooklyn 3: Boston r. WEDNESDAY GAMES Brooklyn at Boston. St. Louis at rillsntirch. New York at Philadelphia, Cincinnati at Chicago. AMERICAN LEAGUE Philadelphia 0; Xcw York 1. Boston r,: Washington 0. Cleveland 1;-.: St. Louis 2. chicano 3: IMroIt -,. \VEn.\KSIK\Y GAMES Cleveland at St. T^nils. Boston at Washington. Chieaco at IJelroit. Philadelphia at New York. A M E R I C A N ASSOCIATION T U E S D A Y KE.sfl.TS LonlsUile 2: Columbus 0. Indianapolis 4: Toledo 2. .Minneapolis 8: M i l w a u k e e 1. Kansas ( H y at St. Paul, rain. W E D N E S D A Y ( i A M E S Toledo nl Indlan.lpolls. Kansas C l l y at St. Paul. Columbus nl Louisville. Milwaukee, at M l n n e i i p u l l s . Total 14 13 27 !) ST. IX)L'IS--2 A l l II PO A · I 1 0 2 4 0 I II 2 2 1 1 1 -t II 3 1 3 II II {l -I 0 H 3 3 U 3 II 4 I 2 .', ii n o ii II II 0 II II II 1 1 0 II II II 1 0 (I II I) II 0 II ) I) 11 II West cf "urns 11, Pliecl'l If Cnnip'l rf M f i l l l o 2li Hems-y e. iladlev p Coffm'n p Knelt p -.Clark bliejma clVi»|i,. r Totals 3d 4 27 13 aBatted for Hadley In third. liBalled for Colfnian in s i x t h cBalliil for K n i i l t In eighth. Score by InniriKs: Clev.-tiiul St. Louis · 302 1122 (lllll--15 1100 000 1)20-- 2 Errors, Pucclnelll, Campbell, Strange; runs l)=lt!d In, Tresky c. K. .MooTM 3, Knickerbocker 2, Kamnt. Illldebratnl, I'ytlaii, Averill, Pepper. Kurns; iwo base hits, Kamm, KntclicrtnckFr 3, Hildebrand: hoiiie- assisted), T r,isky; , sky 2: double plays Knickerbocker balls, (u.i- iid 4. "uilley 3, Co'fman 2, Knott 1: ,, ,, by Hildcbrand 4, Hadley 1, Kaott 1: hits. ff Hadle coffman y 8 in 3 l.ioln s s. Knott r, In Saturday and Sunday. If Jimmy is on the mound, Dick will leave his first base assignment to pitch. Another infield post will fall to Bill James, Nebraska state league infielder. scheduled to arrive later this week. With Dick Grant, another Madrid ball player is Al Bozich, a husky, rawboned shortstop with a great whip across the infield. Outfield List. In the outer garden. Bill Berneman, Bill Dallas and Manager Duncan will take the main assignments, with John Ringus, a heavy left- hander, in resorve. The pitching- staff will see HaroM Joran, Lake Mills coach, Vic Po- ansky. Bill Jones and Dick Grant. Berneman. Dallas, Duncan, Polan- ky and Jonen arc all former mem- oers of the Bats. Also in reserve"'e Cecil McMonagle of Rockwell, ·egular third baseman of last sea- ion, who lost a good deal of weight rom his not-to.i-big frame during ho winter, Eilliette of Rockwell, and Boni, infielder of last season. (irey and Kpd Uniforms. The uniforms for the new club are grev with red trim, and red and white socks. Work on the fairgrounds dia- tr.ond, which lost much topsoil during recent winds, will be done this week to get it into shape for the Saturday opening. A practice session with Mason City high school was carded for the Cubs Wednesday afternoon. Besides the Des Moines dates, Secretary Harry Dearmin announced that the Cubs,will play at Forest City on Decoration day, and that the St. Joseph Western league club would play here late in the summer sea- Andr . , vs n : . pllehfr. | )} . lllldcbranil {Burns) ; wild pitrli. ( unman; lo«] nE pitcher, Hadley. empires. Komsby, Hildebrand and Rolls. Time. " - 1 K no r, n · i ,_ « T ·. T in i : hit SQ "' presumably near North Iowa Major League Leaders By THK ASSOCIATE!* PKEPS XuUmial I'ViiKiie. H u t I Ins-- Traynor, rinit-rs. .r r ;9. Kinif* -- Klein and Slnlnback, Cubs. Vati^hati, Finite*;, 7. Hniis F)i\llccl ln--KIeln, Tubs, 10. Hits-- Moore, fihuils, 13. Doubles-- Moore. niunlK, and IJniM I* I rates. 4. Triples -- !ij fair time. «lth one. bases -- CMnr.ia, CnnllnaJ«. 2. Hubbell, Giants. 2-0. American Hutting-.Illrkey. Van Runs--f;osihi. Tl.Tcrs, Runs Lulled In--Iteyn Fhlllles, and Corwith Diamond to Be Scene of Tourney for Hancock County GOODELL, April 25.--This weekend the Hancock county baseball tournament will be held at Corwith. The winner will represent the coun- 1 ty in the state scries. j Goodell and Kanawha will raise i the curtain at 1 o'clock Friday followed by Crystal Lake and Klemmn at 2 o'clock. Corwilh and Hayficld will play the final game of the first round at 3 o'clock ns Wod'in drew a bye. Saturday at 9:30 o'clock the winner of the Goodcil-Kanawlip, Tarnc will tangle with the heaviest Hits--WiTiKT :imi Iteynoids, Kcd soi, ii. scorer of the Crystal Lake-Klemmc of the Convith-Hnyficld game wilj oppose Woden. The championship affair will be staged at 2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon. Corwith, Crystal Lake, Woden and Goodell arc carded as the favor- i o f i ir /-, o , ! ites due to their better percentages 1 joitball vjames ounday | of wins. j H U T C H I N S , April 25.--Tin- -- · i Hutchins Softball team lost two A new state park in Texas will 1 games played Sunday, the first In comprise SOO acres ot vine-covered I a team managed by George Barker ! swamp lands, floating islands onrt and the second to Stilson. ] nuiO geysers in Gonzak'S county. . iicls. Roil SIIT. I I . II(inirnint Itnrttirn, W h i t e Sux. 3. Slftlrn b.i-vcs-- Walkrr. TlK(.-r«. fi. ! rilctiliif;-- K u f f l n - , VankctA. U't-lfh. Krd j Sr.x. Mnrhrrr.v, Tltcrs, Thnmns, Senators, I :ind HUtlclir.nnd, Indiana, 2-0. iHutchins Loses Pair of

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