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_MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 10 · 1937 NINE GET .276 BASKET-SHOT AVERAGE Cards Worry Over Defense Infield Biggest Problem Facing St. Louis at Start of Year. By PAUL IWICKELSON PAYTONA' BEACH, Fia., (/?)-There'll be plenty of gas fumes, noise and class with the St. Louis Cardinals this year but whether they can cross the finish line first depends upon their infield. While the pitching situation has been improved with the acquisition of Lon Warneke from the Chicago Cubs as a teammate of the great Dizzy 0ean, who's certain to be out there chucking opening day, the infield problem has Manager Frankie Frisch walking the.floor nights. Frisch- has eight infielders, 'including himself, at the beautiful Daytona Beach camp, but of the lot only Leo "Lippy" Durocher is an established regular of major league caliber. And Durocher is no freshman anymore. , SECOND YEAR JINX? .Johnny Mizc should do at first. Yet, the second year often is fatal to a hopeful youngster. It's the year that usually .tells player's story. Frisch hopes ti use Stu Martin on second, i£ not him- .sclf, but Martin recently underwent an appendicitis operation and is 30 pounds underweight. · Durocher will be at shortstop. At third, the problem is whether Don Gutteridge. can. improve his hitting and field fast enough to fill the bill. Alt-hough -Mickey On'en,-excep- tional rookie, from Columbus, and Brusie Ogrodowski, last year's receiver, look easily good enough to take care of the catching duties in good style, both must com« through strongly to give the Cards what they need defensively .and offensively there. .I'-RISCH ADDS PITCHERS Frisch is optimistic about his pitching which collapsed and lost the pennant last season. Warnelce fits into the Cardinal baseball scenery perfectly and Frisch's 'problem now is to find pitchers !|who can give Dean and Lon the · help they must have. Paul Dean reports his sore arm healed but it's ~far too early to determine if he .can come back to his,-former heights, although Frisch,. knocking on wood, is counting him as . his number three pitcher. Big Jim Winford, an'erratic sort, with' ; lots ~6T\go\yiyC7Tooks -jiice^tlre"number four~"m'an with' Si Johnson, Bill McGee and Jess Haines listed for probably reserve duty. The outfield is well set with the same trio--Ducky Medwick, P e p p e r Martin and Terry Moore. Frisch is giving Moore extra batting practice this spring, seeing no reason why the fleet foote^ball hawk [fom Tennessee can't nit at least .300 as against his low average of .254 in 193G. "ONCE A DODGER . . ." Frenchy B o r d a g a r a y, who shaved off his goatee when Brooklyn sent him to ' the Gashouse Gang, and Don Padgett, heavy hitter who came up from Houston too late to make the Cardinals spring training roster, are going great and may land the outfield reserve jobs. The club as ? whole doesn't seem to have the punch and power it used to have but Frisch thinks it \vill_make up for that with greater speed and a tighter defense. "Give me good pitching, "speed and a tight, smart defensive club, and I'll get along without a roster of fence busters," remarks Frisch, who thinks the Cards have as good or better chance than the next club. HAVE OLD ZIPPER , The one priceless ingredient the Cards do have, however, is that winning, driving spirit. The old regulars, like Pepper Martin, Medwick, Dizzy Dean and Frisch, are winning ball players, always have been winning ball players and will be winning players in 1937. Those Cardinals will be lough, make no mistake about it. They can finish by a mile, or fourth, but no worse than that. And it everything clicks and Paul Dean comes back, the rest of the National league teams can expect more t h a n gas from that Cardinal gang. · They'll be dynamite. Eight Man Squad for Iowa m Splash Meet IOWA CITY, (/P)--An eight man University of Iowa swimming team will seek to retain its Big Ten conference title,at Bloomington, Ind., Friday and Saturday. Coach Dave Arrpbruster said the sfiuad would consist of Capt. Dick Westertield, Ray Walters, Bob Allen, Bob Reed, George Haskins, Bob Sweitzer, George Kershaw and Bob Christians. RALPH O'DELL And Slrone Supporting Carfl MASON CITY ARMORY, MAR. 18 TICKETS IMAIN FLOOR AND FIRST RQAV BALCONY $1.12 2ND ROW BALCONY , . 8 5 c C'.tsli or Money Order Payable lo W. J. Irving, Mason Cily PREP TEAM HAS HIGH RECORD IN FIRST CONTESTS Wayne Wood Leads Scoring as Mohawks Take Top Sectional Spot. _Swell Shooting- SKCTIONAI, S C O R I N G S l i i l i i IT, FT 1T.M IT I s - . -'» X a II 5 "· I -J t Gorman c C5. IVoncI HI I I .-. IS Wallace f ,-.'·; H u f f t R Brisbiuc f ... ·: M. C. T o t a l s Oil!. Totals n n in 2i SECTIONAL KLCOJin IVIasun City 2;l; Clear Lake II. Mason City .1.1; 1'liomusoii 6. M a s o n City 23i Forest City 16. Mason City high school, facing Buffalo 'Center at 7:10 Thursday night in its first dish-let tournament game at Webster City, will have to depend on a pair of high- scoring guards to make its points, with two alternative pivot men also expected to lake a hand, if the Mohawk statistics for sectional tournament games are duplicated. Wayne Wood, who counted 16 points, 10 of them in the championship game against Forest City as the-Class A sectional meeting at Clear Lake ended, led - t h e scoring for the tournament, while Capt. Everett Fletcher, with 14 RAKE TRAVELS FAR RAKE--The Rake high school basketball team which defeated Fertile in the Class B final round of the sectional tournament at Northwood, is entering the district tournament at Waterloo with a crippled lineup. Three members of the team are indisposed in health due to ton- silitis and influenza. The team, coached by Odell Forsland, travels approximately 140 miles, the longest trip made by any team competing'in District 5. counters, mostly collected in Mason City's second and third games was second. Howard Gorman and Irying-Hepner,.-centers, ran third with-a dozen points, while George Wood, who had the best shooting average with five buckets in 10 trials, was fourth with 10 counters. The Mohawk basket-getting average was high, however, in the sectional meet, for the Mason Cityans connected on 37 attempts while-missing an even 97, for a .270 rating. The average ot opposing teams, with 10 goals in 68 trials, was .128. Mason City nearly tripled the score over its opponents in total poinls for the tournament, largely due to its 45 lo 6 victory over Thompson. Thompson's six points were the lowest total made against a Mason City team in history. LEGION GOLF TO OPEN BY MAY 1 Curly Hartman Already at Work on Clubhouse and Fairways. Mason City's American Legion community golf course , will be opened, weather permitting, on or before May 1, its board of directors announced Wednesday. J. S. "Curly" Harlman, manager anc! protessional at the course for the last few years, began the work cf putting the clubhouse and fairways in shape early this week. · All greens will be rebuilt this year and new sand will be prepared for them, Mr. Hartman announced. Working through several southern states along the Gulf of Mexico during January and February, Mr. Hartman availed himself cf every opportunity to study soutliern golf courses. Many improvements will be made in the local course this year. Northwestern Gets · Early Work Started EVANSTON, 111., W--Spring football practice opened Wednesday at Northwestern university, with Conch Lynn Waldorf sending 40 freshmen through a limbering up session at Dychc stadium. Varsity players will not report until next Monday. Waldorf plans lo devote most of the six week spring season to developing replacements for the 18 lettermen who will be graduated next June. From tackle to tackle, all members of the 1036 Big Ten championship squad will be lost. Principle backfield losses will be Don Geyer and Steve Toth, fullbacks and Ollie Adleman, halfback. 2ND ROUND GOLDEN GLOVES Thurs., March 11 MASON CITY ARMORY LOBE-GAZETTE Buffalo Center Has Perfect Record for Year North lowans Meet in. Trio of Prep Tests Webster City, Waterloo Get Most of Teams Out of Central Sector. North Iowa basketball teams will be concentrated in three district tournamenls--every one a meeting of champions--this weekend, as 128 state high schools battle for one of the 16 places in the final session of the .Iowa high school tournament. At Webster City, Mason City, Behnond, Hampton, Webster City, Iowa Falls, Buffalo Center and Humboldt will battle with Marshalltown in Class A. Kamrar Goodell, Owasa, Fenton, Hansel), Ottosen and Klemme are Class B teams from North Iowa, opposing LaMoille, from the central area of the state. Decorah, West Union, Lake Mills, Waterloo East, Waverly and New Hampton compete at Waterloo, with Maquoketa and El- kacler e a s t e r n Iowa entries Janesville, Hake, Frederika and Lawler are North Iowa teams in Class B at Waterloo. Emmetsburg and Estherville go to Sioux City to enter district competition. , DILLINGHAM PACES EMMETSBURG TEAM EMMETSBURG--Orval Dillingham, rangy center on Emmetsburg's sectional tournament championship cage team, not only leads his teammates in individual scoring honors for the season, but also excels them in scholastic standings. The G foot center, who netted 97 points in Lakes conference games this year to tie with Toin Chapman of Storm Lake for conference honors, is on the scholastic honor roll here this semester with two A and two B grades, highest markings given by the school to outstanding sludenls. Dillingham and other local high school cagers left Wednesday with Coach. V. t. Arriey.:ior-Sioux City and the district basketball tourney Emmetsburg is scheduled to meet the Storm Lake five Wednesday in the opening rounds. Both Storm Lake and Kmmetsburg have met before in Lakes conference games this season. LAWLER HIGH HAS 14 WINS IN SEASON LAWLER _ The Lawler high school cage team, winner of the Class B sectional title at Decorah has a record of 14 games won and four games lost during the regular season. Two defeats were chalked up by (lie powerful Frederika team, winners of Class B at Charles City. J. H. Kellogg now is finishing his tcnlh year as coach of the fighting Irish. The team has but two seniors, George Knight, a'for- ward who was elected captain after the Decorah meet and Don Sallzmann, guard. The newly (-, ut .iu. imwiy , j ^ elected captain scored more points Vlces lo1 " Canac ,_ , Howie Morenx, who died of (Conthuted nn Next P.-iRii) " " ~ " ·* f ^ ** V * f ! ! * * # » S * North Iowa Champions Face Mason City It . ' Bison to Get Action First Against M.C. Thursday Night to See Big Contest for Local Team in Champion Tourney. These Buffalo Center hiffh school-basketball liters, winners in 19 straight games, face Mason City first m Hie ^strict tournament at Webster City, Thursday night. The Buffalo Center sqiiatl is champion of the North Iowa conference. The players, from left to right, arc: T a \,"n'°"t It ,1"r~ C r? rl 'I e ,, K ? PI '.' A l v l " ' - " " " i n l-l°3'l U l c i v i c l . Jack A r k w r i c h l . W a r r e n S m i t h Ton Boil--M. Brcckmillcb, Coach Hobcrt Bunjum, J a c k Sltfnbcrc. Andrew Olson. Warren M l l e l i r l l , Supl. Smith, ( K n y e n a y tnjrr n AMBROSE FIVE DuskyBomber STARS GET JOB IOWA WINNERS Davenport Catholics Carry Home Title After Win Over Dubuquers. STATE CATHOLIC MEET At DCS fllomcs. C H A M P I O N S H I P VINAI, SI. Ambrose :M; C o l u m b i a ]y. ( C O N S O L A T I O N F I X A L 51. Francis 28; St. Mary's :j;i. DES MOINES, (IPj--The St Ambrose academy basketball team returned to Davenport Wednesday sporting the Catholic prep basketball championship of Iowa. Led byDonohoe, who scored j*. points, St. Ambrose defeated Dii- buquc's Columbia academy, last year's champions, 21 to 19 in the final game of the tournament at Drake ficldhouse. St. Ambrose advanced to the finals with a 23 lo 19 victory over St. Mary's of Marshalltown, and Columbia gained the final bracket by defeating St. Francis of Council Bluffs, 28 to 25. St. Francis defeated St. Mary's 28 to 23 to take the consolation final. MAROONS WIN. MONTREAL, (UP)--Les Cana- diens, international division leaders, were overwhelmed 4 to 1 by the Montreal Maroons Tuesday night in a National league hockey game preceded by memorial services for Canadiens' veteran star, Howie Morenx, wh heart attack Tuesday OUT of the PRESSBOX -By Al Mitchell- BOB FELLER TO SHATTER tMA.TOR LEAGUE STRIKEOUT RECORDS? Uing B °n ' h i S S a t i 0 n i 1 y O U n g ' ,, Clevcla "d Indian strikeout knd t^' ' ' ' ' 1 " ° '' " caree, " ' ? amin ss, the 18 yen,- old former baseball the « ! SI "But I will say, (hat the t e and barring misfortune, w ," m a k c ° a b o u t as has . . H he continues his sensational the greatest n n i i m - t n n i i v r,! -,».· ' ° f Ulis w "^ Sh^ageT"^^^ the b£ l ° a f l y i n g starl on Jlis Bramble toward base- for 510,000 r e c l i each v e InndTia , n ' s manHgcmenl never has revealed the exact schoolboys J937 contract is reputed to call salary l h i s ycal ' wil1 I)C equaled it not . commore ««' MonK-mcnls. which may misses the Iheory that Feller's carnine ' i - T°T . . . he also ,, · '' Therc is a lot o£ i a l ^ thai Bob is a 'herky-ierfcy' pitcher Whv his boy has one oC the smoothest deliveries I've ever seen Ml admH h t a d e l i J i r ^ f 7 IT"TM",, 110 W i n d S Up ' b u t when .he throws that ball his delivery and follow- through are perfect « » Eood bit and he's been , now is working on a Ih v, 6 », Sa L d wiU mak ° his deliv ery move .bewilder. The schoolboy will be brought alone gradually. | 1 p a tOSS P S h i s a r m arounc l heaving em up for a long time " r e a l e d recently that Feller ^=n t t0 °- val " able a Pitching asset to the Indians to take a chance on burning him out in his first full season," he said. * * * * * m o n v m ha ^, l c, ree . a ? VimtR fe' cs over any other o£ the game's big money-makers " Slapmcka went on. "He is starting at a high figure . . he has a long career ahead of him and he has captured a foi- o£ W Babe R u t h " SSl0 '' S K " Ch as "° one c]sc w i t h Ulc Possible exception "Why, h a l f t h e letters we receive right now are rnquesli for Bob to appear before boys' organizations all over the country." 1 Has Easy Bout Joe Louis Lets Rivals Go Full Distance in Mix at Des Moines. DES MOINES, W'J--Joe Louis, Detroit's dynamite-packed Negro contender for the heavyweight championship, continued his tour Wednesday after allowing his rivals, Eddie Malcolm and Dixie Leonard, each lo go the full two rounds in an exhibition here Tuesday night. Ralph O'Dell, 205, Ottumwa heavyweight headline!-, stopped Stan Savoldi, 205, St. Paul, Minn., in the second round of a semi- windup. Early in the second round O'Dell smashed a left hook to Savoldi's jaw and put him down for a count of eight. The St. Paul fighter bobbed up again, but soon ran into another left hook--to the stomach--which put him out for the count. Bobby Venner, H5, Hastings schoolmaster,- bounced -Wild Bill Hendriclis, 145, Perry Negro, around the ring almost at will and floored him five times to win a six round decision. GOLDEN MITTS SET THURSDAY 2nd Round of Tourney to Be Run Off at Armory; T-R Team Leads. GOLDEN GLOVES At Mason City Armory. TEAJI STAN-DINGS Team-- Points T y l e r - R y a n P i r r n i t n r f t nn Decker Hro*. Srnrtlns ftnnd* -^r, Soda G r i l l (Osacr.) »n Oarrnlt C h a p m a n ^ Mri!l; Caft ( R o c k r n r i l ) f h a s Tirt ' c n m p c t c i l ) The second round of the Golden Gloves amateur bouls being held by Promoter W. H. Irving for the American Legion will be held Thursday night at the armory. There are '10 contestants lett in the running following completion of the first round of boxing last week. Promoter Irving and Irvin Vaughn, chairman o£ the American t Legion boxing committee, drove to Des Moines Tuesday to witness the show in which Ralph O'Dell appeared. O'Dell will headline a card at the armory March 18 and the local Bien are seeking a suitable opponent for the highly regarded yoilfig Ottumwan. Dykes to See Plenty of Work at Chicago PASADENA, (;?) -- The White Sox infield which is getting the ·cgular call is Zckc Bonura, f i r s t ; Tack Hayes, second; Luke Appling, short; and sieve Mcsner, third, but he belief is growing that Manager Jimmy Dykes will continue, in his Aventieth season, to do lots of work at the hot corner. ON HONOR FIVE Only Missouri Fails to Get Place on Big Six Squad; Cyclones Place One. BIG By m. 11:1)1) (5:01 c'.ni U:0- The Schedule THUPvSDAy, MARCH 11 At Armory--Golden Glnvcs boxing, 8:30. VI Webster Cily--Mason Cily vs. B u f f a l o Center, district basketball tournament, 7:10. '/ SIX BASKETBALL ALL-STARS The Associated Press. ruiST TEAM Pliiycr-- I'os. School Wl. .lack l-'lcmniluc I' Iowa SUlc 155 Tec C n n n c l l c y I' O k l a h o m a ::ilil Frjink Crovcs C Kails. S'.. 1X7 Ilolicrl Parsons (1 Nebraska 11,1 Fred Prallc G l\ansa inn SECOND TEAill Ed K l l m c k F Kalis. St. )!« fl;l 1'ftul Kltcer* F Kansas Hi7 - |j-o Al «!![,a.iscii C Kansas I!I7 |i-o Illll Martin f; nkl.iliomn Itfll a - 1 Itnj Noble G Kaiu.15 ,57 S:0 By WHITNEV MARTIN KANSAS CITY, (7PJ--Coaches, other athlelic officials and sports writers came as close as they could to naming a completely representative Associated Press 1937 Big Six all-star basketball team. Only Missouri is not represented, chiefly because one school had to be left out, and the Tigers failed to present a really outstanding performer. The only unanimous choice was the towering Frank Groves, Kansas State center who wound up his third straight year as ;\ first all- star loam selection in a blaze of scoring glory. Other members of the first quintet are Jack Flemming of Iowa Stale and Tec Con- jielley of Oklahoma, forwards; and Robert Parsons o£ Nebraska and Fred Pralle of Kansas, guards. One Other Repeater. Pralle, backbone of the great Kansas defense, is the only other repeater. Connelley was promoted to the first team a f t e r two years as n second-team selection. Flcmming was on the second team two years ago as a sophomore hut missed out last year, and Parsons was promoted from the second team to the first. Parsons and Pralle are j u n - iors, the others seniors. Although 12 men received votes for first team berths, the only player who really threatened to oust one of the five chosen was Ray Noble, the Kansas j;ick-of-all- trades, who for the second straight year gained a second-team berth. Narrow Miss. Noble, a fine all-around player, received voles for both forward and guard and narrowly missed landing a place. Parsons, Connelley, Groves and Harry Sorenson of Nebraska also were nominated for two positions, Groves getting three votes for a forward berth, w i t h long Al Wellhnusen of Kansas, the center choice. Playing with a team which halted only .500 in the conference, Groves was the season's standout. He set a loop scoring record \viih an average of 15.1 points, bettering the mark cf H.I set by Ray Ebling of Kansas hist year. Cyclone Ural Star. Flcmmmg's performance also w;is cxlraorfEinary. The slim fnwa State captain, playing nn a team which failed to win a conference game, averaged 13.7 points for 10 games, and against Oklahoma came within one point of tying the individual scoring record for one game. Connelley, n hig. husky, dnvinit nlayer, averaged fl.3 points, and Parsons, aagrcssive as they come, piled UD the commendable average of 10 points. Pralle, although a consistent scorer, was more valuable for his sparkling defensive play. BRUINS SPREE. BOSTON, ( U P ) -- The Boslon B r u i n s went on n scoring spree Tuesday, s w a m p i n g lite division- leading Detroit Red Wings fi to 1, in a b r u i s i n g national hockey game before 15,000. 1 19 Wins, No Losses Ilu'talo C e n t e r 3 1 : T l l o u k a f . U u f f a T o Center -|-^; Thompson 8. lluffato Center :!-Ji Xorlhwooil 10". ISllf'ala Center Pi i l r l t t IV. B u f f a l o Center :tV: Focahnutas 7. Bulf-ilo Center -40; S«-ea City IT B u f f a l o Center 28; Toresl City lit. l l u f f a l o Onler ^9: Lake M i l t s II. H u f f a l o CettUr 28; NorlliM-ood ~'5. B u f f a l o Center M: Thompson IS. B u f f a l o Center I I ; Clear Lake I I . B u f f a l o Center 2 1 ; Forest City 15, B u f f a l o Center 2.1; forest city JR. r t u f f a l n Center 2".; Lake rvlilK 13. B u f f a l o C e n t e r H; nehnoncl 1-1. B u f f a l o Center 21: Lake M i l l * 8. SECTIONAL T O U r t N A M H N T B u f f a l o Center :IO; Armstrong I I . B u f f a l o Center 18; Sivea City 17. B u f f a l o C'cnter 2."n Kingsterl 2'.'. BUFFALO CENTER -- District .ournament-bound, Buffalo Center high school will toss Hs unblemished record i n t o the stiff (rial of competition for a berth in the Iowa high school basketball finals on Thursday night. The Buffalo Center squad will oppose Mason City at 7:10 in the district meeting at Webster City. The squad, champions of the North Iowa conference, has won 1!) games this season, three of them in sectional tournament play, and holds the Winncbago county championship in addition lo its conference and sectional laurels. , Tough opposition in the section at tournament was overcome by the Bison when they pushed past Swea City, 18 to 17 in an overtime period in their sectional meet at Burt, beating the Kossuth county champions in the second round and went on to beat a lougl Ringsted team, 25 lo 22 in the championship game last Saturday NEW TALK OVER TITLE BOUT HAS BERLIN AS SITE Joe Gould Against Tussle in Germany, Under Any Considerations. NEW YORK, (UP)--Steel Importer Dennis Scanlon advanced another plan Wednesday for holding the heavyweight title fight between Max Scluncling of Germany and Champion J i m m y Braddock in Berlin next summer. Boxing interests, however, re- gaidcd it as so much talk since Bi-addock's manager, Joe Gould, is against fighting in Germany for any consideration. Scanlon, who imports Swedish steel surgical implements, said that Braddock would be guaranteed $250,000, and that the promoters could get around the German law forbidding export of currency by designating ticket money as "free marks." About four months ago Scanlon announced a plan to hold the fight in Berlin, guaranteeing Braddock's share by selling enough tickets outside Germany. He talked to Col. John Reed Kilpatrick, president of Madison Square Garden, several limes by trans- Atlantic telephone about it. Returning lo the United States aboard the Queen Mary Tuesday, Scanlon said he conferred with German Promoter Walter Rothenburg and Dr. Weesenmayer, head of the Kepler bureau, a financial advisory body of the German government, about the fight. New Hampton Boy Has Northwest Mat Honor NEW HAMPTON--Jack Gleason, New Hampton sludent at the University of Minnesota, added the Northwest A. A. U. 135 pound grappling title to his string during the past week. Jack, a former Columbia college student, won his four bouts by falls, the longest bout lasting three minutes. During the past two weeks lie has won the 135 pound title in freshman and all university tournaments. ... STOP! F. C. HEPBURN, AUTHORIZED FIRESTONE BRAKE ENGINEER AND SPECIALIST FROM AKRON, OHIO, will conduct a Broke Clinic at our store Thursday,' Friday and Saturday of this week. Free inspection and diagnosis of any make or model car. WE URGE YOU TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY. 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