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MASON^CITY PINMEN LEAD AT MIKE HALL WINS AGUA CALIENTE'S RAGING CLASSIC Stages Gallant Drive to Se New Track Record in Beating Sun Beau. AGUA CALIENTE, M e x i c o March 23. OB-Mike Hall, a bav thorobred, Monday at the seven was the* second ^ua Cahente handicap champion, giving his owner, Robert M. Eastman, the world's richest stake of $100,000. - The big son of Hourless virtually came from retirement to double his total earnings in six years of tur activities. Mike Hall staged a gallant drive Sunday to win from the Cnoctaw 01 the Audley farm stable by a neck, after leaving the barrier in the mile and a quarter test the las; of the 10 starters. Plucky Play from the Northway stable, San Jose, Cal., wag third, less than three lengths back of the victor.' The fast time of two minutei three seconds, a new track record hy one-fifth of a second, was too furious a pace for Willis Sharpe Kilmer's Sun Beau, odd-on favorite to take the classic. A crowd of 25,000 saw the raca under a hot sun. DECKER'S LEAGUE FINAI, STAN m NO Wnn. Lost. Sunerlnlemlciit's Otflco 21) in .Sneet I'jckln 17 ly Clerks 10 j ( Mechanical 3G 14 Main Offlco M in Dry Cure 7 23 infill THREE GASH: SERIES Mlcr Kaufman 225 1117 ^17--T53!) fieotKc Spun 2:11 205 172--nil Cllllld 1VM(ru3' 21,1 231 177--ell HtGH SINGLE GAMES T.eu Swecsey 2:i(i Clnna Whitney ..............'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. !"js INDIVIDUAL AVERAGES Camus. UncknTann (fotrann/ ........ 10 Whitney (Mccli. . . . ....... fi-i Senn OFnln Off.) ........ 57 Swiiford .(Tnwaiui) ........ IS Kotli (lownnn) ......... . . . I ! tinnlicl (Iniviina) . ......... 21 Hlclw (ClprUs) ............ 4,5 Cogfrlns (Uty Cure) .. ...... :i\ Sf. Kaufman CIcr Its) .,/,.. d(l .Snonk IO«TIII» ..... ..... iji Evcnson (ClerkA) .......... 33 Swctscy (Miiln O f f . ) . . . . . . 4 H C'. Kaufmnn (Supt. O f f . ) - . .«4 Sfcnny (Supt. O f f . ) ....... xz JVIcConnel (Dry Cure) ...... ^!) Goerner (Cliirks) .......... fiO Coodnciv Sweet 1'Ickto) . . . . r U Bustigens (Main Off,) ..... .48 Thomas (Supt. Off.) ......37 Avc. IHO 178 178 37fi 17fi 071 Kij) 3(14 Ifi.'l h-epnn.1 \jijech/) ..;·;;,,"·;; ;BS fnioiireniotr-(Main Off.) . . . . 4 9 V^. Declier^.(Main O f f . ) ....39 (Dry Cure) .... ftl Suites (Clerks) 48 Milter S. i'.) M Cook (S. P.) In n. Tccicr (sum. on.) . ...BI KIUK (Iry Cure) 4t S. Koldn (Main O f f . ) las llcorlz (SIcch.) aa Cirffity (Clerks) 22 I.oflnff (Dry Cure) 3:1 K. Decker (Supt. Off.) ....44 Grmv (Main O f f . ) SI Kanutc (Ilry Cure) IH 1 Fhlllps (Dry Cure) ;u i A. Grnh (S. f.) in ·, The pfayofr rpolwcon'the'jinln Office, wli ncr uf 1hn- first half, anil the Simerlnti'iu c n t s Office, winner of t h e «econd linlf, \\i 11 . "'"'I"' 7 ' 11 '- A n l nc name scrlrs ivltl b /! · wmner of tills series sidered tun chaninttms. BE-GAZETT MASON CITY, IOWA, GIRLS' CAGE TEAMS TO INVADE DES MOINES TO DEPEND ON RESERVES EXHIBITION BASEBALL By THE ASSOCIATED PKESS HOUSTON--New York (N) 10 Chicago (A) 4. SAN FRANCISCO--Chicago (N 3-5; Pittsburgh (N) 2-4, first 11 in nmgs. ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.--Boston (N) 9; New York (A) 2. MIAMI--Toledo (AA) g- st Louis -(A) 7. TAMPA, Fla.--Cincinnati (N) G St. Louis (N) 5. NEW ORLEANS--Cleveland (A 6; Baltimore (IL) 3. LOS ANGELES--Detroit (A) 9 -Los Angeles (PCL) 5. , WOODLAND, Cal.--Detroit (A) £4; Seattle (PCL) 14. BILOXI, Miss.--Washington (A) 8; Louisville (AA) 7. PENSACOLA, Fla.--Boston ( A ' 14; House of David 4. In some towns the modern political machine seems to be the kind bold doughboys found in nests.-Cedar Rapids Gazette. A M A T E U R B O X I N G K. C. Athletic Club. Tuesday Evening 8:30 Admission 25c EVERYBODY WELCOME CORA COAL at $7.00 p £ shton PHONE 888 ._. Fireside Fuel Co. Twice world's champions, tho Philadelphia Athletiis are worrvimr Conmo Made, 08-year-old leader. The chief crealdng note hoard at the w· *, «D- ,, B ,, C ^ mp is in the infieltl anl1 Mack Li carefully grooming Frank "Pinkie" Higgins and Dib Williams, second stringers? to leap into the second base and shortstop jobs. Athletics Worry Connie Mack in Early Playing Defeat in Three Oil * of Four Games Alarms Vet. By ALAN GOULD. FORT MYERS, Fia.,. March 23 (/[)--The development of the Phila delphia Athletics in their spring training- camp has left something t be desired, to. judge from perform ances, even tho nothing has oc curred serious enough to dislodgi the world's champions as favorite: in the forthcoming pennant race. Altho there is no pay-off on thi results of exhibition games, the de feat of the A's in three out o£ fou ;ames with their world's series ·ivals, the St. Louis Cardinals, did not prove enjoyable to Connie Mack and his associates. Mack Again Worries. With the start of the season only about three weeks off, Mack's prin Tipals concerns are: The ability of the club's veteran nfield to withstand the wear aik tear of another full campaign effectively. The ability of Grove and Earn- Jhavv again to shoulder the pitching lurden to the extent of winning st games between them, besides sav- ng a flock of others. The annual task of signing- Al immons, the club's premier punch, omplicated by reports that the famous outfielder intends to demand $100,000 three-year contract. Only the run of the season will urnish the answer to the first terns. ! Has Promising Rookies. Mack has several promising youngsters for infield replacements f Dykes, Boley and Bishop fail to ncet expectations or suffer mia- aps. These reserves, however, aro till short of big leaguo requirements in experience. The A's gained third sacker but lost their best tility man when Dykes was as- igned to regular work. In seeking support for the twin urling aces, the A's have uncov- red two unusually promising r"e- ruits in Hank McDonald, the Cali- ornia boy, and Lew Krausse an 18 ear old product of Philadelphia uburban diamonds. McDonald has een the more impressive in exhibi- ion games. He is big, fast and trrmg for his 19 years. Depends on New Men. If Mack can get winning results rom one of these youths this year e will be well fixed; for he counts n consistent work from Rube Wai- erg, Leroy Mahaffey, Eddie Rommel and Bill Shores in support of rove and Karnshaw. Mack said he did not classify imrnons as a holdout, having ;reed with the outfielder to post one final discussion of salary terms ntil they meet in Philadelphia be- ore the season opcna. Simmons did ot sign until just before tho open- g game a year ago. NET MATCH SET Borotra, Boussus Start on Grind Against Shields and Bell. NEW YORK, March 23. (/P)--A three day international tennis match beginning Monday, gives the TJnitec States a chance to recapture a few of the laurels which France's thre( invaders, Jean Borotra, Christian Boussus and Pierre Landry, won in the national indoor championships last week. The American team which faces the Frenchmen is composed of Frank Shields, second ranking American player, Berkeley Bell L j _ _ , J..W* *k^,i*ij jjnij conqueror of Shields and runnerup to Borotra in the indoor singles championship, and the Davis cup stars, John Van Ryn and George Lott. Monday's schedule sent Borotra who won the American indoor title for the fourth time Saturday against Shields, and Bell, the young Texun who made a plucky losing battle, against Boussus, doubles winner with Borotra. INTRA-MURAL BASKETBALL RESULTS AT r.I.VCOI.N JCMOIt HIGH A round robin t o u r n a m e n t Jn three flivl- lons wns played during the winter. Enctl earn played five games. The divisions were is follows: First division Included first cams of (ho clfihlh Kradc classes; second- ivlsion Included first teams ot the fevcnth ·rude classes, anil tho third division Included econd teams or the eighth grades. Tha Warhlcrs were champions ot tho first livlslon. The Boomerangs were clinmpiona I Ihe ncconil division. Thc Yankee Doodles vero champions of the third division. Fol- owlng la a standing of the tcama: Elclilh Grade First Trams. Warnler.i . W °"' I -° 3l1 Driers Yankee Doodles .. We Cardinals ......... Arrows , .0 SiHTnla Ornde First Team*. · Won. Gliders '.'.'.'.'. '\ Bynts '^ Scooters ' '·· Blazers , Racers '..... , ElKMIi Grade Second Teani». Yankee Doodles ·-, ' . Warhters" I I ! * ! ! ! ! ! ! -j ' ' Arrmv.i . X Cardinals i The woman ho wants a divorce ecause her husband has ]1 sweet- earts seems to have the wrong lant. What ordinary woman ·o-.ildn't be pleased to possess what I other women want? -- Houston ,1'ost-Dispatch. TOURNEY PLAY IS SCHEDULED WITH EIGHT TEAMS IN Boone Rejoices Over 16-11 Victory Over Muscatine in Boys' Final. GIRLS PAIRINGS Thursday Afternoon. Aplington vs. winner Danville-Deep River playoff. 2:30 p. m. Avoca vs. Lamont, 3:40 p m Thursday Evening. Centervlllo vs. Wliitlemore, 7:30 p. m. Audubon vs. Ida Grox'e, 8:40 p. m. i DES MOINES, March 23 UP)-While Boone high school rejoice! over winning the boy's state basketball tournament by a clean-cut 16 to 11 victory from Muscatine, DCS Moines today prepared for another invasion of Iowa prep star:--the participants in the annual state girl's tournament which will start Thursday. Play will continue thru Friday and Saturday. Eight :eams are still in the running for the title. It was announced by George A. Brown, executive secretary of tfcr» Iowa State High School Athletic association, that approximately 30,000 persons atte'hded the boy's meet last week-end, an increase of 30,000 over 1930. Receipts amount ea to about $11,000, more than double those of the previous year. Scores: GIRLS' TOURNEY RESULTS Northeast District. AT HAMPTON (Final Round). Shstffold 20: Etdora 20.' AnllnGton 32; Hanaoll 31. CAplinyton won the tournament ns It was a round robin n f f n l r ) . AT LAMONT ([··Innl Itminil). Lamont 2J; Manchester 111. " Northwest District. AT n.OVEIl (Final Round). Seneca 24; Ellavvorth 15. · Whittemore 28; Gilmore City 27. (WhlUcmoro won the tournament as it \vaa a round roliin a f f a i r ) . AT I HA GKOVE (Final Ituunil). Cooper 40; George 17. Ida Grove 21; Akron 17. (Ida Grove won the tournament as It ivos a round robin a f f a i r ) . Southeast District. AT OKNTtfRVlI.I.E d'lnnl' Itiinnil). Ccnlerville 25; Jllngo 23. (Overtime). Laurel H8: AHIca 9. (Contervliio won tho tournament as It was a round robin a f f a i r ) . AT Kr.tlON (Final Jl«ll/iU. Eldon 20: Grawfordsvllle 14. Deep River 20; Danville 18. (Deep River and Danville tied for the championship as It was n. round robin a[- falr). (The game was scheduled for Monday). Southwest District AT AVOCA (l'-lnul JRonnrl). Avoetl 31; GrLswold 11. Stanlon 10; Northboro 14. i (Avo'ca won the tournament as it was a round robin affair). AT AUDUP.ON . (Fliml Round). VVmtersot 22; Cumberland 17. Aurluhon 48; Alleman · 35. (Aunuljoii won the tournament as it was round robin affair). MEET THE MANAGER A^GfWo.U'S T^VMS AWE VJoMTM pE/vMAMTB The Llttlo Isnpoleim hasn't tasted victory since 1924 a strctoh nf six years, tho longest fhigless period he hns ever experienced McGnuv's record as leader ot the Giants is unsuroass'ed 0 in 98 =/,, 1 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^-^"^^^^^ JET- -ry other no JS C nKoT±:N.VS n ^; n ^ f 1S artl V^' A * P 0 ^ ° f 17 2ond and third baso fo- «i--»··-^.--..i - _puusequently he played DE LA SALLE IS AGAIN WINNER OF LOYOLA TOURNEY Minneapolis Is Home of '31 5 Champions Instead of Joliet or Chicago. CHICAGO, HI., March 23. (/P)-Another De La Salle high school has come up and is national Catholic high school basketball champion--this one from Minneapolis. Following schools of the same name from Joliet, II]., and Chicago which had divided the four titles between them, De La Salle of Minneapolis Sunday night overcame the flashy five from Jasper Ind academy, 23 to 21, in a thrilling battle to win Loyola university's eighth annual renewal of its championship tournament. The struggle was just as close as the score, and a racing start that produced a 12 to 2 lead by tha end of the first period, built the foundation for victory. Jasper rallied in characteristic style, but could not catch the tall boys from the north. De La Salle.defeated St. Mel Chicago; Washington, Ind.; Fath-r Ryan of Nashville, Tenn., and Snald- mg- institute, Peoria, 111 i u its march to the finals, whilo Jasper overcame La Salle of Cumberland, Md.; St. Patrick, Danbury, Iowa; campion academy, Prairie du Chien wis., and Cathedral high of Indianapolis. CITY CHAMPIONS PLACE FIRST IN FIVE-MAN CLASS Boyd Quintet Is Third in Tourney Play; Sobieske, Wall Top Doubles. OWATONNA. March 23.--From the standpoint of finance and scores made, the Mason City bowlers at the Owatonna tournament Sunday closed n successful trip with the team high in the prize mone. The Oaklan-Pontiacs shot into first place in the five-men event and the H. C. Boyd compnnv rested in third position in the flv£ men events. In the doubles, P. E. Wall and S J. Sobieske with 1201, shot into first Fowst ° ther3 firasbed as fol- Wall and Sobieske .. ' · 1201 B._Duncan and W. Duncan' '.'. liiSl of the Oriolcs j FROM T R A I N I N G CAMPS GRIFFITHS A Victory Over lowan Will Giye Him Another Chance at Sharkey. NEW YORK, March 23. OB-One ig hurdle stands between Tommy Loughran and a second shot at Jack Sharkey and the ringwise Philadelphian will try to clear it this week. Tommy, whose exploits have f u r - ished most of the excitement of the urrent indoor aeason, battles Gerald Ambrose Griffith Sioux City owa, heavyweight, in the 10-round" eature bout in thc Chicago stadium Friday night. It will be an annoy- ng left hand against a devastating ight and the final issue a matter of ecided doubt. Granted that he voids Griffith's heaviest blows Loughran should win for the middle vesterner does not class with him s a boxer. Monday at Philadelphia, Tony -anzoneri, of New York, holder of He lightweight championship was o trade punches with Tommy Groan of Omaha, Nebr., but the ttile vas not to be at stake. VVaverly Awards Cage Letters to Players WAVERLY, March 23.-Capt. red Demes, Amos Belknap. Angst Luther, Sabulon Deines, Carl iccker, Earl Stickman, and Otto tave have been awarded basket- all letters at Wartburg Normal ollege, which closed Its season with nly four defeats, two of them com- ng in the semifinals and the conso- ation of the state junior colletre neat. f a Paul Matthias was given a stu- ent manager letter while Bill IcHugh and Hazel Postlewaite rare given yell leader letters. By The Associated Press. . KILLIFER IS DISPLEASED WITH FIELDING WEST PALM BEACH, Flo.-Manager Bill Killefer of the St. Louis Browns is displeased with the way his men have been fielding lately, and he is not making an secret of it. Killefer, however, i Just as happy over the way hi players have been hitting as he i: unhappy over the way they havi been fielding. * -* * * HAFEY OFFERED 812,500 BY ST. LOUIS CARDS BRADENTON, Fla. -- Presidem Sara Breadon of the St. Louis Car dinala disclosed Monday he had o£ fered Chick Hafey, hard-hitting outfielder, a one-year contract for $12,500 and added the club would not go any higher. Hafey ia demanding $15,000. * * ' t * NEW MEN WIN FOR DETROIT TIGERS LOS ANGELES--Detroit's Tigers slammed out 39 hits against Pacific Coast leaguers Sunday but most of the slugging glory went to unheard- ofs of the -second team who defeated Seattle, 24 to 14, at Woodland, and collected 27 hits. Tha regulars pounded out a mere dozen safeties to defeat Los Angeles, 9 to 5, behind good pitching by Hoyt and Uhle. -: * * £ CINCINNATI REDS FILL GARDEN VACANCY TAMPA, Fla.--Thc acquisition of Clifton Heathcote, utility outfielder of the Chicago Cubs, by the Cincinnati Reds has filled a hole in the Reds' garden. Tho Heathcote has not been a regular, Manager Howley expects his speed in the field and on the bases to help the Reds. * * * * INDIANS FALL INTO SLOPPY FIELDING HABITS NEW ORLEANS--The Cleveland Indians have been piling up an impressive record in exhibition contests, but there's another side to it. In eight games they have made 24 errors, a pace which if continued would set a record for sloppy fielding. * S: «: * CUB PITCHERS DO A TURN-ABOUT-FACE OAKLAND, Cal.--Cub pitchers who were used up at tha rate of four and five a game toward the end of last season, have made WITH A. GETTfl Vallic Kline, Carl Nelson to Furnish Other 4 Round Bout of Card. Ralph Johnson of Albert Lea rwT' 1 f V ?? s te nec l to meet Alex tjeua of Manly in one of the four round bouts of the American Legion arum corps card Thursday at the armory and Vallie Kline of Graf ton An1r- Pai TM d With Cnrl Nclson os Austin, Minn., for the other. The bouts will open a 42 round card the feature of which will be a return of A] Bork of Nasbua in a 6 round go with Al Manriquez of Atlantic. .1156 .1152 .1114 .1080 .1054 Eobbs and Krumholtz Jacobs and Squiers . Lee and Eauclair ... Brakel and Dunton Busbg-ens and Bohlen iual J. Duncan and Frank Duncan 1017 in the individual events R j n _ cobs is holding first position in thp areTTolows:^ 011 CUy ' B SCOt ' S R. Jacobs ,,_ F. E. Wall ...... ,,£ Wm. Duncan ] ?Ia B. Duncan ^ Frank Duncan '^.L H. Lee ; f 5 Paul Dobbs ... r?J? S. J. Sobieske .'. K^ B. Bushgens ,,* G. Squiers ??* B. Eauclair ... j£? J . D u n c a n . . : . " : ^ Tri...»i._ii._ *«' T. Krumholtz H. J. Bohlen . T » Lee Harry B. Eauclalre Duncan, B Duncan, W Duncan, J .I 82 .15G .mi .155 2 30 430 425 612 20 5 225 210 172 193 556 " 152 149 455 211 166 607 CO. Bushgens 137 R. Jacobs 232 Geo. Squirea .. .200 S. J. Sobieske . .171 Totals 171 255 600 169 167 473 146 181 559 211 153 564 178 186 539 875 912 2731 Monday, March 23. Straighta 6:0 ° Deckers onal bank Standings; great games league , rates, the Cuba used exactly four , turn-about-face. In four with their great National rivals, the Pittsburgh Pi- pitchers and each won his game. They were Cbarlie Root, Bob Smith Guy Bush and Sheriff Blake * * * * TEDDY LYONS MAY SET ANOTHER RECORD SAN ANTONIO--It looks like another big- year for the big knuckle ball toaser of the White Sox, Teddv Lyons. * Tho star right hander, who won 22 games with his seventh place club last season, in seven innings of pitching- against the New- York Giants has been scored on but once and that was unearned * » * t RED SOX CONTINUE BATTING PRACTICE PENSACOLA, Fia.--Training at the Red Sox camp will be one con- rmiirti fmm,ri _.»? i . _ . . . AGLE GROVE TO HAVE RING SHOW EAGLIC GROVE, March 23.-- A card of 24 rounds of boxing is scheduled for McDermott hal! Friday March 27, and is sponsored by the American Legion Post No. 304. The mam go of C rounds will be between .Tergen Teppen of Kanawha, Ififi pounds. The simiwindup of 8 rounds will be between "Jabber" Pruym of Iowa Falls, 145 pounds, and "Tiger" G. Falstaff Oakland Poutiacs' Deckers' lowanas Allen Cafe 0 Champlin Refining Co.'6 H. C. Boyd. Bowling 6 Ideal Sand Gravel G Cuapin O'Ncil Coal 6 j. 5 Women's League Standings:' Decker's lowanas $i ^ ^ ^ D K. Lundberg's 24 14 i Standard Oil Co. 24 12 12 First Nat. B an i c 24 7 ^ W. · ..G 5 ...6 4 ..6 3 -.6 3 3 3 2 1 Pot. .833 .667 .500 .500 .500 .500 .333 .167 .583 .500 .292 Toothman pounds. 0 l n d of practice ,.r,t-i i,t V uuLLiiijj practice until Wednesday, when the boys start out on the road * * * * KOSTEIl SHOWS UP WELL FOB PHILLIES WINTER HAVEN, Fla.-FrccJdiE Koster is the fleet-footed recruit doing conterfield duty for the Phillies. He is a natural lefthander was a four letter man at the University of Louisville and batted .340 in the bouthern association last year * * * * YANKS DECIDE TO RETURN TO ST. PETERSBUUG ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.--De- spito a siege of rainy and wintry weather down here this year, the New York Yankees have decided 11 put m their training: Ucks ; - Petersburg again next sea- ' ' ~J- Cblna, with two American ' women i POOR TURNOUTS DISCOURAGE SENATORS Mis^.--Poor turnouts at - · - - Sanies have led to talk that the Washington Senatora will seek another training camp ncx t * * * t IIAIMY SUTHERLAND GETS ·DEADER.- BALL FROM RUTH Sutherland is about th" youngster in Mason Citv dt the p r e scnt time H reccntl ' i^T 1 ° n ;, 0f thc ncw "·teadorX MIIS irom the camp of the New . £ Yn «'ces with the sitrnaturp of Babe R l l t h himself on it The present came from his grandfather, S. B. Bellamy of Nashua, who met he Great Babe in Florida. M: Bellamy is one of the "greatest of great" fans of the American sport Jimmy is the son of Coach Clayton Sutherland of the Mason City high chool and junior college. o£ Fort Dodge, 145 Other bouts of 4 rounds each will be between Marion Cox of Popejoy 135 pounds, and Kid Klass of Gold-' field, 134 pounds; Aleck McBeth of Eagle Grove, 1G5 pounds,- vs. "Red" Conway of Eagle Grove, 1C5 pounds- a "grudge" fight; Kenneth VanArsdale of Eagle Grove, 130 pounds, vs Kenneth Wilcox of Woolstock 130 pounds. There will be a battle .royal m which five Negro boxers will bo m the ring at the same time. St. Ansgar Starts Spring Grid Work ST. ANSGAR, March 23.--Twenty-five men reported to Coach J B Rmger for the first spring workout m football. On account o£ so many of last year's regulars being lost by graduation this spring Coach Rmger thot it necessary to drill the boys in fundamentals now Led by Capt. Ikey Miller, star end for the past two years, anJ three letter men, namely Kuehl a guard, Hackbarth, center, and i'erau, substitute halfback of lasr. season, the 1931 t eara promises to be a light but fast machine. GIANTS DEBATE ON FLOODLIGHT GAME SAN ANTONIO--Back at training- camp at 7 ' New Yot * at still bad Adams and Second St. N. W. illustrate with Photographs ! WRIGHT STUDIOS Adams and Second St. N. V WHO BOXING THURSDAY, MARCH 26 AT ARMORY 42 -- ROUNDS -- 42 Auspices Am. L^ion Drum Corps AT, BORK Nashua Mauler AT, MANRIQUIZ Mexican Amass'in 3 Rounds CARL KRIEGER SPIN NELSON B Rounds GORDON STEWART MAXIE^VVEST 3 Rounds "TUFFY" ANDERSO N "KID'^JOIJE . G Rounds RcmntcJicd after (heir thrilling four round bout last show. VALLIE KLINE,~Grafton CARL NELSON, Austin ·1 Rounds RALPH JOHNSON, Albert Lc:i ALEX GETTA, Manly 't Rounds 3 -- OTHER BOUTS -- 3 SEAT SALK STARTS' MONDAY AT IJOYD'S CIGAIt STORK

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