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BOWLING Out of town bowlers will compete in second week-end of Lyons bowling classic on Saturday and Sunday. MONDAY, APRIL 30, 1934 BASEBALL Texas Black Spiders to oppose Coca-Cola Cubs in second set of games at fairgrounds Saturday and Sunday. SWAFFORD LEADS FIRST CLASSIC BOWLING 851 STANDS HIGH AS KEGLER MEET IS OPENED HERE Consistent Shooting Helps Local Bowler to Add Pins in Contest. C. B. Swafford of Mason City drew down top honors in the Lyons bowling classic list with 851 as the .first week-end of games was rolled on the Stoddard alleys Saturday and Sunday. A group of 22 bowlers rolled their scores on the opening dates. Consistent shooting gave the local . man the top post, as he had only two open frames for his four games. He drew a split in the first frame of his second game and "picked a cherry" in the first frame of his fourth trial. O'Neil Stands Second. Fay O'Neil, runnerup as the first totals were scored, rolled the highest single score of the day with a 257 in his last game. L. A. Moe's 255 was next in line. A good many Mason City entrants were yet to bowl Monday and the managers of the classic, Fred Wall and Wilmer Lyons, asked that their games be rolled during the week, so as to clear the alleys for out of town bowlers during the next weekend. Crowds Watch Play. Good crowds watched the games through the first week-end of bowling:- The scores of the first group to take part ran as follows: lot 183 190 180 195 1T1 1 C. B. Swafford, Mason City ..... 2 F. E. O'Neil, Mason Clly ..... 3 Ti. A. Sloe, Mason Cltj' 4 C. C. ·Wiltiwj', Mason City ..... 202 203 5 F. E. Wall, Miison Clly ..... 181 211 G R. E. Flnlayson. Mason City 7 Vf. K. I^yon Miuon City 8 Earl Best. DCS Molncs 9 Rudy Bey. Mason Cits- 2S5 107 180 153 186 179 182 184 182 . . . " 171 no 1-7 17* 180 10 «. . A i . Thelsen, , . , , . Mason City . . . . . 181 ISO 184 11 Pau! Brown, Cedar Rapids ... 191 170 159 32 Vern MorphCH-, Mason City 139 1"S MS 13 Art Brakel, Cedar Rapids ... 15*. 15* 155 1+ Ted Colloton, Mason Clly 189 130 381 15 J. W. Strom, Mason Clly ..... 14" 203 I' 8 15 B. T. Hosan, Mason City 13fi 191 139 17 Bob KerfSler, Cedar P.aplds ... 154 178 142 18 Omer Berp, Mason Clly 146 139 135 19 B. M. Hadcllffe, Cedar Itapids ... 116 167 20 Ted Colloton, 233 207 191 183 172 212 200 177 172 15G 171 211 189 144 135 174 162 188 140 no 138 136 ily his 188 Mason City ...«1*1 150 139 21 Gils Scoiaro, Cedar Rapids ... 131 162 144 22 Babcrt Powell, Mason City 127 131 144 ---Ties'*--Ted CoHoton entered twice. On! score will connt for the classic. Mallard Wins Palo Alto County Baseball Tourney EMMETSBURG, April 30.--The Palo Alto county baseball tournament, held at Mallard Friday and Saturday, was won by Mallard, which defeated Rodman, -i, in the final game of the series. In the semifinals, Mallard won from Ruth- ·ven, 6-2, and Rodman defeated Graettinger, 14-0. In the final game, batteries for Mallard were Broadwell and Carmichael, with Larson going in for Broadwell after the fifth inning. Douglas, Hilbom and Barber pitched for Rodman, with Kallestad catching. The Mallard nine, cpached by Athletic Director Mclntosh, exhibited plenty of speed throughout the tournament and was easily championship material. Feather, Middle Champs Stake Crowns in Battles NEW YORK, April 30. UP)--Freddie Miller, National Boxing association featherweight titleholder, and Vince Dundee, middleweight king, stake their championships in 15- round bouts this week. Miller, clever southpaw from Cincinnati, tangles with Paul Dazzo of Chicago in the headline bout of Louisville's annual derby-eve boxing show Friday while Dundee, who makes his home in Newark, will meet Al Diamond of Paterson, N. J., in Diamond's home town Thursday. Both champions figure to win handily. SYeek-End Sports By THE ASSOCIATED TRESS TRACK STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Col.: Mnrty betters high jump record, clearing 6 feet 9Vfc Inrhej., DES MOINXS: University of California. tx!i Anodes, qtinrtrt breaks Drake relays record for niilc rclny; MetcalTc repents In I DO. FHIt*\I)£LFmA: CunnlnRham agnln bents Venzko In 4:11-8 mile; five Fenn relay records fall. GENERA!, CHICAGO: East polo tram beats we*t, 15''- to T. HOT SPRINGS. Va.: Allison and Van Ryn trip Shields and Sioefen, 3-7, 6-3. 3-6, 6-3. «-4. io win Virginia state doubles tennis championshJp. Mohawks Take County Baseball Championship by 6-3 Win NATIONAL LEAGUE BOX SCORES SUNDAY'S GAMES NEW YORK--I AB H PO A J. M'W! If S II 0 0 Ityan 2b 4 1 1 S Twry Ib 4 0 12 II Ott rf 4 3 II 0 Jack'n s s 4 2 2 7 Wklns cf. 4 0 0 0 Versci 3b 4 1 2 1 Manc'so 0 2 1 0 0 nOranfm 1 1 0 0 Klcli'rils o 0 0 I) 0 cl'ccl 1 0 0 0 U'nninir, c 0 0 1 0 Sch'mV p a 0 o 1 bO-n.ml 1 0 0 0 Ijllriuc p 0 0 0 2 dLlebcr 1 0 0 0 Totals 37 8 21 13 trb'kl si . 1 2 1 Mmrry rf 4 .1 Jordan Ib 4 0 IScrccr cf 4 1 R MTc If 4 0 Whlt'y 3b 3 0 M'Ma'l 2I 4 3 Spohrer q 4 2 fi 0 nets p 4 0 0 0 altatted for Mancuso hi seventh. bBattcd for Schumacher ill seventh. cKattcd for Itlehards In eighth. dllalted for J.uquc In ninth. Score by Innings: Now York :»0 001 010--1 Itjxtmi 001 040 Olx--G Schumacher 1. Bells 1; struck out ftcnumncner i. Jicus i; sirucit «ui, »y Schumacher 3, iletto 3: lilts, off Schumacher li In 6 innings, l.uune. 3 In 2; wild Illicit, J.U(|iic: loslne pitcher, Schumacher. Umpires Mornn and QulRlcy. 1'lmc 2:03. BROOKLYN-- 8 A B U TO A F'y ss 3b 4 1 4 3 Kncher 3b 4 0 II 2 Taylor c f 3 1 2 0 F'tl'ck-rf 5 1 0 WVn U 4 0 Leslie J b C'c'llo 21) Loner, c S'k'f'th c Beck p Carrol p . dBoylc Lucas p eCh'pnian P 0 1 » 0 0 1 1 3 1 0 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 II 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 Jordan ss 2 2 1 0 Leonard p 0 0 0 1 Totals 31 8 2710 PHILADELPHIA--7 Kartell ss 4 3 I 3 Ruble r f 5 2 2 0 Oana If 5 Hurst Ib 3 Allen CI 4 J WIISoi li 0 » 0 5 0 0 .. Jeffries 2 b 4 3 2 4 uCnloz*a 1 0 0 II H'pklns 3b 4 0 0 2 bS'lllm'ch . 1 0 0 0 Moore p 3 0 0 0 Davis p 0 0 0 0 Ilansen p 1 0 0 0 Tearce p 0 0 0 0 cllcndrlck 0 0 0 0 Totals 39 14 27 9 nllattpd Jor Jeffries In ninth. bllalted lor Hopkins In ninth, dialled for 1'earce, In nlatli, dBatted for Carroll In f i f t h . eKatted for Lucas In sixth. Score by Innings: Brooklyn OOH 040 040--8 rhllalelpb!:l 060 010 000--7 Errors, liucher: runs flatted In, Kartell, Oana. Allen, J. Wilson 2. Jeffries, Hurst, B,yle. 1'rey 3. Taylor, Frederick, Jordan 2; tww biise hits, Jeffries, llublc, Taylor; double plays. Barlcll to Jeffries to Hurst, Hopkins ti Jeffries in Hurst, Sukeforth to l"rey; bases on halls, off .Moore G, Davis 2, Hansen 3. i'earce 1, Beck 2, Carroll 2, Leonard 1: struck out, by, Mwtre 1. Carroll 1, I'ase 2, 1'earce, 1; hits off Beck 7 In 1 2-3 Innings, Moore 2 In 4 (none out In f i f t h ) , Leonard 1 In 2, Davis none In 1-3 (pitched to three men). Carroll 3 In 2'/z, Hansen 3 in 3 (one nut In eighth), Lueas 1 In 1. I'earre 3 in 1 2-3. I'OKe 2 In 2: bit by pitcher, by Beck (Allen), Lucas (Bartell): winning pitcher, 1'acc; losinir pitcher, Pearcc. Vmplrcs, Stark, Stewart and Rlprler. Time, 2:43. ST. tOt'IS--0 AB 11 PO A Martin 3D B i l l R'br'k rf 3 1 1 0 Frlsch 2b 4 1 1 2 Medw'k If 4 1 1 0 Collins Ib 4 2 8 0 V. D's c 4 2 !) 0 Mills cf 3 1 5 0 Dur'h'r ss 4 3 1 1 Walker p 4 0 0 1 Totals 33 12 27 5 CHICAGO--t English 3b 5 3 0 1 W. H'm 2b 4 1 1 (i Klein If 4 0 1 0 F. H'm rf 5 1 2 (I Cuylcr c f 4 2 6 1 Camllll Ib 4 110 bSten'n'n 1 Jurscs ss 3 Hartnctt c 4 Malone p 1 Lee. p 1 aGalan 1 0 0 0 2 3 3 li 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 Totals 37 11 27 16 allattcd for Lee In ninth. bBattcd for Camilll in ninth. Score by innings: St. Titiuis 000 023 202--9 Cbic-iiKO 001 000 012--1 Errors, Klein, Medwlck; runs batted in, Martin 2, Mcdwlck, Collins 2. Mill's 2, Rntii- rock, F. Herman. Camllll, Hartnett 2: two base hits Medwick, v. Davis, Durocher, Camlltl; three base hit. Martin: homeruns, Collins, Mills, Harlnett 2; sacrifice, Malone: double play Juries lo W, Herman to Camllll; bases on balls, off Walker 3, Malone 2: stmck out. by Walker 8, Malone 2, Lee 1: hits off Malone 8 In 6 Innings (none out In seventh), Lee 4 In 3: hit by pitcher, by W : alkcr (.Inrjrcs): losing pitcher, Malone. Umpires, Klent and Stack. Time, 2:OR. CINCINNATI--3 AB H I'O A Slade s s 4 2 2 4 Co'sky If 4 0 S 0 Bofly Ib 4 0 5 0 liafey cf S 0 1 0 Konnlir 3b 4 1 2 2 Piet 2b 4 1 f 3 2 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 Shiver rf 3 O'Far'll c 4 nAdams Manlon c Shante n cMoore 0 0 0 0 0 0 Syl. J'on p I 1 0 0 cl-ombnrdl 1 0 0 0 dBlalicly 0 0 0 0 Vance p 0 0 0 0 Totals 30 9 34 3 PITTSBURGH--9 AB H PO A L. W'er cf S 3 2 0 I'. W'er rf 5 1 1 0 Lind'm If 3 1 3 0 V'shan ss 4 2 1 t Snhr Ib 4 3 8 1 Lava'to 2b 3 0 7 1 Th'now 3b 4 2 2 fi Vellman c 4 0 2 1 Lucas p 4 0 1 0 Totals 3G 12 27 13 aRan Tor O'Karrell In eighth. bBatted for Minute in fourth. eBatted for Sy! Johnson In eighth. dRnn for Lombard) In eighth. Score by Innlnes: Cincinnati "10 OOi 020--3 Pittsburgh 103 010 22x--9 Errors, Thevenow, liafey, Comorosky: runs batted In, Snhr 5, Shiver. Lavacetlo. Syl Johnson 2, 1'- Waner 2, O'Farrell. Lombar(II, L. Waner 2: three base lilt, Snlir: home- nins. Shiver, Suhr, Syl .Johnson, P. Waner: bases on balls, off Lucas 4, Vance 1 (Llnd- strom Riven first base on Interference by Catcher O'Farrell): struck ont, by Lucas 2: hits, off Shnnte 6 In 3 Inninss. Syl Johnson 4 In 4, Vance 2 In 1: losing pitcher, Shaute. rmplrcs, Barr and MaKerknrth. Time, 2:08. Thompson High School Wins in Second Game THOMPSON, April 30.--The Thompson high school baseball team played its second game of the season Friday on the local ball diamond, defeating Joice high school by a score of 13-2. The Thompson team held a wide lead from the start. Batteries for Thompson were Mattison and Austin. Keil of Thompson collected two doubles and a single, and Thorsheim a homerun with two on bases. The home team will play Lake Mills high Friday. SUTER'S HURLING, HOMERUN AID TO ROCKWELL LOSS Coleman Fans 13 But Fails to Get Support in Last Part of Contest "Babe" Suter, taking time off from his hurling duties for Mason City high school's baseball team, lifted a homerun over the rightfield wall at Rooseveut stadium Saturday afternoon to tie up the ball game and the Mohawks later passed up Rockwell to hang up a 6 to 3 victory and annex the county baseball championship. Tossing the pill over the plate in nonchalant style, the "Babe" limited the Rockwell nine to a total of 2 safeties. Both of the hits came in the second frame, in which Rockwell marked up all its runs. Mohawks Tie Count. Mason City went to town in the third when Pitcher Coleman of Rockwell made the fatal error of walking the first man up'--Lane. Hathaway reached first safely when Boeder muffed a ground ball, putting the Sutherland-coached aggregation in scoring position for the first time during the conflict. After watching a pair of close ones go by, the prototype of the more famous "Babe" smashed an outside ball squarely, and trodded about the bases as the pill disappeared beyond the rightfield barrier. Rockwell 1,!I S iJeliind. This seemed to be the blow which quaffed Rockwell's spirit, for the losers failed to continue the neat brand of baseball they had displayed in the earlier innings, although Coleman continued his brilliant mound work, by fanning 13 Mohawks before the game ended. Mason City continued its uprising in the fourth frame when Irish Jimmy Mulcahy slashed out a .steaming double into centerfield. Mott walked, but the Mohawk rush was momentarily halted as Case and Lane whiffed. Cliff Hathaway came through with his second double of the game, however, to send 2 runs scurrying across the plate and put the game on ice for the locals. Craub Smacks Out Hamer. The rest of the game was more or less an anti-climax, with Mohawks getting scattered hits while Rockwell's batters went hitless. "Hobo" Crabb, Mohawk third-baseman, lined a sizzling homerun over the left- fielder's head, and the hard hit ball rolled to the other end of the stadium, nearing the football Scoreboard. Extra base hits were reaped by Mulcahy, Case, Hogan and Cliff Hathaway, all getting doubles, the latter smashing out a pair. Suter and Crabb hit the big blows of the game with their four base swats. Mohawks Fielding Excellent. Mason City's nine gave its hurler some excellent fielding support, in spite of the fact that a trio of miscues were chalked up in the 'error column. Crabb, at the hot corner, turned in a brilliant game as he stopped hard hit balls and whipped them to Hert at first base for putouts. The game was played in the fast time of 1 hour and 25 minutes, in direct contrast to the morning game with Plymouth which lasted 2 hours and 15 minutes, and showed 18 errors and a 15 to 10 decision for the Mohawks. Des Moines Wins Pair in Season Opener With Cu bs MASON CITY--« AB H PO A Lnne 2b 0 Hafav cf 4 3 Suter p 4 1 Snell s s 3 0 Crabb 3b Hert Ib Mulc'y rf 3 1 Mott e 2 0 4 3 Rose d f 1 0 0 0 xCase If 3 1 0 0 Totals 28 0 21 13 3 3 0 4 3 110 0 0 0 ROCKWELL--3 AB H PO A Von E's cf 2 0 0 0 Fr'ncls r f 4 1 0 0 Colem'n p 3 0 0 1 Sawyer c 3 0 14 1 Roeder Ib 3 0 3 0 t t ' l t t e If 2 0 0 0 Hfliran st 3 1 0 1 Stelnes 2r 3 0 1 0 Camp'll 3b 3 0 0 2 Tntals 26 3 18 8 xHtttted for ROSE In fourth. Score by innlnRs: Rockwell 03011(100--3 Z 3 Mason City ' 003 210 I--« 9 3 Summary: Errors, Lane, Hathaway 2, Coleman, Rocder, .HoKan; runs Iiattcd In, Suter 3, Hatlmway 2. Crnbb, IioRan, Campbell, Francis: two base hits, Mulcahy, case, Hathaway 2. Hosan: homeruns, Suter, Crass: left on bases, Mnsrm City fi. Rockwell fi: bases on balls, off Suter 4, Coleman 3: tmck ont. hy Suter 4, Coleman 13. Umpire, Gordon, Hampton. Time, 1:25. STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE \V. L. Prt. W. I.. I'd. Clllcnco D J ,8I3| Brooklyn 5 S .SOU New T«rk 7 3 .'(101 Cincinnati :! 7 .300 Boston 6 t .6001 SI. I.mils 3 T .300 rUisbursh 5 4 .538. rhlla'plila Z 8 .300 Detroit fin-eland S New York n Wn.ih'ston 6 AMERICAN LEAGUE IV. I.. Ptt.i W. K 3 .frY' Boston 5 S 3 .fX~ j M. Lonu :i n 1 .600J I'hllVpnla .543[ ChlfaSo 3 AMKRICAN' ASSOCIATION IV. I.. Pel.I IV. Mlnn'polis !) 2 .818! Kan. City 5 Ind'polls 6 4 .fiOO; Milwaukee 4 Toledo ,1 4 .SMI Columbus 3 l/oulsvlllc i i .MO, St. Paul 3 Pel. ..",00 .3li4 .333 . Pel. .»S5 .40(1 .333 .300 Ludsick to Join on With M. C. Club for Season. Des Moines' Demons gave Mason City's Coca-Cola Cubs a pair o£ black eyes over the week-end, cracking them down for a 23-4 defeat Saturday and coming back a day later to set down the home club by 23 to 9 at the North Iowa x fairgrounds. The visiting Imps, who fattened their batting percentages at the hands of Mason City pitchers, played before a slim crowd on both days, as dust swept the fairgrounds diamond and everything seemed primed against a good opening sea- sou for the local club. Hit 45 Times. The Demons gathered 45 hits id the two encounters, shelling Polansky, Jones and Moran off the hill in the games. The thing that was proved most conclusively was that Mason City pitching couldn't stand the heavy Western league artillery. The Demons loaned Sams and Ludsick, right and lefthanded pitchers respectively, to the local club in Sunday's games, and in that fact lies both the proof of tho foregoing statement and the biggest news of the week-end. Ludsick Joins Up. Ludsici;, who finished the game for Mason City, tentatively became a Cub hurler after the ball game of Sunday was over. The deal had the approval of Manager Harold Irelaii of Des Moines and Secretary Harry Dearmin of Mason City, Lud- sick was to be approached, and was expected to make the change at once into the Cubs' uniform. At the same time, arrangements were made between the local club and the Demons which should provide for better baseball in Mason City. The Des Moines team will furnish all the good ball players wanted here, according to its manager. Mason Cityans Hit. That there is power in Mason City bats was attested to by the fact that the Cubs gathered 25 hits from assorted Western league pitching during the week-end. That amount of slugging, with the 13 runs that it produced, should be enough to win ball games, except in cases such as those of this week, where the local hurling failed to stand the pace. A glance at the box scores shows that none of the Mason Cityans in the four top positions failed to connect for basehits during the games. Duncan, with 5 hits in 9 trips; Anderson, with 3 in 10, Jones, third baseman, with 5 in 9, and Bozich, with 4 in 10, ought to provide plenty of batting punch for a summer's baseball. SUNDAY'S GAME DES -MOIXES All Ford 2b 0 M'liler 2I 7 IJ-d'so 3}» ·--25 a vo A 0 X 0 4 4 2 Ncalry ]1 1 0 3 4 8 0 2 2 1 Hnds'n Ib Svllecli cf Onvol! cf fiaffkft If Mack rf .J'nson rf Tcss a Rrand'll c McC'l'r ss Dancey p 3 2 0 M'G'w'h p 1 2 3 3 0 5 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 54 22 27 13 MASON CITY-- 9 AH a I'O A Duncan cf fi 3 3 0 A's'n 2b-If 5 1 n 0 Jones 3 b 4 2 2 B'7,lch ss-p H 2 1 Corrlck c 5 0 1 0 0 Srant, I b .1 Honle 2b 2 li'rn'm'i! If 1 Rln-iu rt 4 Pallas rf 1 Polansky p 0 0 0 0 Jones p 0 0 0 1 . .Sams p 2 0 1 1 Llldslck p 3 3 1 1 Totals 43 14 27 B DCS Moines 5 ( 5 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 -- 2 3 Mason City 00 2 1 0 1 1 3 1 -- ! ) Summary: Runs batted In, Hudson 3, Gaffke J, McCarlcr 3, Crnniiall, .Moulder 5, Ilotlch 3, Puncan 2, Jones 2. Bonie; homenms, McCarter. Moulder, daffke. Bo- zleli; three base hits. Moulder, nrant; tn-o base hits. Hudson 3, Gaffke, Orwoll, McCarter, CrandaH, llozlclt, Duncan, Jones 2; errors. McCarter, Duncan, Anderson, Bo- *Icn, Dallas, W. Jones 2; sacrifice. Corrlclr; hit by pitcher, by Ludsick (Tess); double piny, Ludslrk to Bonie to Grant: bases on halls, off Dancey 1. McGowan 1. I'olansky 3, Jones 1, Sams 0. I.udslck 1: lilts, oft Dnncoy 6 In 4 Innings, WulKeren 2 In 2, McCioivan B In 3. Polansky 14 In 2 1-3. Jones 3 In 3-3. Sams 4 In 2. Ludsick 1 In 4; wild pitch. Jones: loslne pitcher. Polansky. Umpires, Jones and Shire. Time. 2:10. SATURDAY'S GA.ME DES JIOI.VES--23 AB II PO A Moill'r 2b 4 2 0 0 Bord'so 3 b 4 3 1 0 Hudson Ib 7 3 10 0 Onvol! cf 3 1 0 0 Gaffke rf 4 Johnson If ft Z O O 2 0 0 Crandall c 4 4 8 1 .McC'cr ss 3 Clay p 2 Christie p 1 Ford Zb 1 1 Lay'an 3b 3 Svllllcli cf 2 1 Mack I f 3 1 Barnett rf 2 Selmer c 1 Wclland s« 3 0 Giicib'h n i l 2 1 0 0 0 I 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 0 1 ] 0 1 TotAls 50 23 27 MASO.V CITV--4 AB II PO A Duncan ef 3 2 2 0 And'son 2b t» 2 3 r, Jones 3b .1 3 3 2 Bo/lch ss 5 2 1 r , Corrick c 3 0 S o Berne'n If 2 0 I 0 Grant Ib 4 Bonie rf Dallas rf Moran p Polansky p 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Jones p 2 0 0 1 Totals 35 11'47 13 Moines . .............. 202 0!4 0,11-- 2:1 .Mason City 003 02(1 1)00-- I Out of the PRESSBOX -«J AL MITCHELL- Farmers? In another column on this page, there is a reference to an agreement between the Des Moines Demons and the Mason City Cubs. Mason City is to get all the ball players it needs from Des Moines this season, under an arrangement made here last week-end, the story says. :]' £ 6 I realize that sonic funs will say "Mason City is nothing but a Des Moines farm." In a sense, they're right. In another, they are 'not. Tt * Mason City will be more of a "proving ground," if the automobile industry will permit the borrowing of that term. There is no draft law that can compel the local team to send its stars to Des Moines on short notice after they have been released by organized baseball. The Demons will not.be a parent club, owning the entire Mason City set- (Tuni to Market Pa B c) LIONS LOSE, 4-3 IN FIRST BATTLE Waterloo Team Counts Runs in Seventh; Wolf Hurt Through Accident. CHARLES CITY, April 30.--The Charles City Lions opened the baseball season Sunday with a loss to the former Rath team of Waterloo 4 to 3 in an excitingly close bui poorly attended game. One bad loca inning lost Charles City the game as well as the services of Center Fielder Frankie Wolf. He was taken to the hospital with a broken arm as the result of a collision with Eddie Goetzinger when both tried to catch Ferring's hit in the seventh. The entire visitors' score was made in that inning. Duncan took first on a dropped grounder followed by Ferring's Texas leaguer into left center. The high wind carried the ball near the infield and Wolf pursued it to collide with the shortstop, Duncan scoring and Ferring taking second. Rice and Kress followed with hits, scoring Ferring. Walks Three Batters. Numelin, who had replaced Larson in the sixth, then walked Davis, Ferneau and White in a row, forcing Kress home with the third score. A hit by Fiscus brought the count to four, White being caught on third just before Ferneau crossed the plate with what would have been the fifth run but for the out. Johnson of Waterloo struck out ten and was in control of the situation except in the ninth when the home boys were kept from a tie or win by Jerry Goetzinger's being caught at the plate for the third out after three runs had scored. Miller struck out to start the ninth. Dobbs walked, Morse hit into what appeared a double play but the second baseman dropped the ball. Numelin Hits Safely. Numelin hit safely, as did J. Goetzinger. Finch walked, followed by Ed Goetzinger's hit and 3 runs were in., 1 out and the bases full. Bennett drove a long fly to right, going out, and Goetzinger was doubled at the plate after having to return to third. Larson was in fine form until he retired to give Numelin a workout who was effective except for his wildness. The high wind made the best baseball impossible, three errors being recorded on each side. RECORDS FALL IN DRAKE RELAY AS EVENTS ARE RUN Torrance Sets World Mark by Tossing Weight 55 Feet in Prelims. DES MOINES, April 30. -?)--Ten new records, one a world mark, were on the Drake relays roll of honor today--put there by a brilliant array of track and field athletes at the silver anniversary of the carnival. The world record was set by Jack Torrance of Louisiana State university, who tossed the- shot 55 feet. IVi inches in the preliminaries. He broke the old mark by two feet and the former Drake record by nearly 5 feet. Three University Marks. Three new university relay records were established along with two in the special events and five in the high school division. One was the fall of the 11-year- old mile relay mark of 3:16.9 by the University of Iowa in 1923 which was broken by the flying feet of the mile team of the University of California at Los Angeles. The westerners sprinted the distance in 3:15.9. The members of the famous Iowa team, Eric Wilson, Charles Brookins, Gerhard Noll and Harry Morrow, saw their mark beaten. Hardin Sets Mark. Louisiana State, aided by the great Glen Hardin, set a new mark in the two mile relay, running the distance in 7:42.S to replace Notre Dame's 7:18.8. The distance medley record fell Friday when Purdue turned in 10:15.3, eclipsing the old mark of 10:19.1 by Indiana in 1932. Special event marks were Tor- ranee's world longest shot put, and Nathan Blair's 208.91 feet in the javelin throw which bettered the previous 207 feet, 7 inches by Kuck of Kansas State Teachers, Emporia. The Louisiana State athlete was junior A. A. U. javelin champion last year. Torrance, Lyman May Bid for Honors CHICAGO, April 30. (.D--There is the making of a great long distance shot-putting duel between Jack Torrence, the mighty man from Louisiana State university, and John Lyman of Stanford. On April 22 Lyman, in the annual Stanford-California dual meet, fired the 16 pound ball 54 feet. Ts inches. It was the first time the 54.-foot mark had been reached in competition. Torrance. 275 pounds of all- around athlete, turned loose a heave of 50 feet, I 1 ,TM inches on his first attempt at Drake Friday. That the Louisiana giant's effort was no fluke, is proved by the fact that it was the second occasion during the week on which ho bettered 55 feet. Enroute from Eaton Rouge to Des Moines for the Drake classic, he stopped off at Spring-field, Mo., and in a practice heave, shoved the shot 55 feet, 3 inches. Torrance's toss at Drake was far beyond the recognized world record of 52 feet, "i~'i's inches set in Poland by Z. Heljasz, in 1932. It will not go before this year's meeting of the international federation for apyvoval as a world record, having been accomplished too late. Torrance and Lyman probably will meet in the National Collegiate Athletic association championship meet at Los Angeles in June. AMERICAN LEAGUE . BOX SCORES SUNDAY'S GAMES CLEVKLAMJ--T All II I'O A KIcc r f 5 1 3 1 ) 1'ytlnk c B II :i I) Averlll cC Vusnilk If 4 1 1 Tmsky II) t 1 12 U Huln :ih 3 (I 2 1 K. M'rc 2h 4 3 3 a Knl'rk'er M 4 3 1 U Hllcleb'd it 3 0 0 '£ L.IIrown p 1 0 0 0 DETROIT--I Alt II VO A Hoiti.ll V 5 0 2 4 (Sehr'er 2b 4 - 7 1 Coeliranr; c 2 0 - 1 Cmlln It 4 (I 0 II Wiilkcr rf ' 0 Z 0 Green jr Jb :i I !l 1 Fur cf 4 1. 2 ,1 Owen 3D 4 1 3 . 1 Mnrb'y p ·,,· (I 0 U AHkcr p nWhlto cCllftoti dDolJnck II 0 0 II II 0 II II fl 0 I) II II 0 II II 1 0 0 II Totals 3 7 1 1 2 7 1 1 TolttH X) U rj JJ nHalleil for Mnrbirry In seventh, bllatteil fur U'hIU; In Keventli. rltiui for Ilellier In neventb. illlulteil fnr Anker In ninth. Score by Inning: Cleveland ODD 1)30 010--7 Detroit 0011 000 100--1 Errors, Celirlncer, Jtoecll; runs butted In, AvurlH ;, Knle.licrlMieker 2, Itlcc, Vimiilk, K. .Moore. O«'cn; two base tills, Averlll 2, Moore. Z, Pox, Vnsnilk. Knle.kerbneker, (ielir- InKer, ftreenberc: stolen liases, Klcet double lilnys. Gehrintier to (JreenhcrK, Ureenberjr let Kocell to UehrinRXT. Owen (unassisted): buses nti balls, t i f f Marberry 2. Anker 1. Illldelmlnil .1. 1,. llrnwn 1; slruck nut. b .Marberry 1. Anker 1. lllldfhranil 1; bits, off Hlldehnmd 3 In II 2-3 InnlnKs, 1.. Hroivn 3 In 2 1-3. Marbcrry 7 h, 7, Anker I In l; ivlnnlni: pltclirr, Illldebranil: loslnc plleher, Murlierry. Umpires, .Morlarly mid Colsel. Time. 2:10. Alt 11 1 \Vller Sb n 0 Mniicy ef 2 1 ('r'mer ef 1 0 Cdle'n rf Z (I Flux Ib 4 3 .lolins'n If 4 0 IIlK'Ins 3t 4 1 .M'Nalr ss 3 Hayes c .Mare'nt ji .Mut'nk p D'l.Tlch p a.Mlller 3 0 1 0 2 1 1 0 1 0 The box score: Cll.VKI.KS C1TV-- 3 .1. (ioerlnger 3l . .. . Finch c ............ Kd Goetzlngcr ss Hennetl If ... ....... Myers lb-2t ........ Wolf cf ............ Miller Ib Al: R H PO A K 5 0 1 I 2 0 4 0 2 fi 3 0 I 0 t 2 3 1 .....4 0 3 0 2 0 1 3 0 0 2 I 0 K. Dohbs rf ( Innimcr 2b .Morse Larson p Numelln p Totals rf . . . .. - I ..2 0 t (I 0 0 3 0 ................ -Summary: Errors. Bordlsso. .Maek. Anderson 2, .lones 2, Mornn: runs hatted In, Bnrdlsjtn. Gnffke 3. llndson, Johnson 2. Christie 2, Mnek. Glr.elbaeh 2, .tones, llozieli: two base hits. .Moulder. Hudson. Me- Carter, Cnindall: three base hit. .Maek; homenins'/a Svllleb; stolen bases. .Moulder, j Bnfflw; sacrifice. Corrlrk: double plays. | Hezleh to Anderson, i!*elbneti to U'elland i to llndson: liases on balls, off Clay 2. ; Christie II. niiclbach II. .Me.ran 2, 1'olon- ; sky 1. .lones ,V. struck out. by ( l a y -. : Cbrislle 1. Glzrlbach «. .Mornn 1. Jones e: hits, off (lay 4 In .1 Innlncs. Cbrhlle 4 In i ! 3. C.lrelbaeh 3 In .",. Mornn 1.1 In I 1-3. I'nlansky I In 1 2-3. .loncs 7 In I : loslnt | I pllrher. Moran. rniplrrs, J.ee, Jones and · Slilre, Time, 2:10. j WATERLOO--4 Dnvls 2b lrnenil c Whit* ef Flscus 31) Duncan Ib Kerrinc rf Rice ss Kress If Johnson p Totals Swea City Forms League for Four Softball Teams SWEA CITY. April 30. -- A four team softball league has been formed with Cecil Griffith as general manager. Captains for each league arc Richard Berg, George K. Nelson; Dr. C. C. Anderson, Francis Poole; Earle Hanson, Verne Lunn; Buell Pearson. Herman Bowman. Games will be played Monday and Thursday nights. RESULTS 0 0 0 (I 0 0 I 0 t t I III n H i-o A K 0 12 t (I (i [ n (t t i 27 MI ;; The internal revenue department of North Carolina estimates that state 1 -; tobacco crop last season was u-ortij 500,050,000. NATIONAL J.EAGVK Kfston (!; New York -1. ritUhurcli 0; Cincinnati ,1. Nt. Ixmis U: Chlracd 1. JifTHiklyn S; rtiHtuMphla ". Monday finnicS Rroi.kl.vn al N, Vork Huston nt Phlta'p Chlcii-o nt I'ltlsb'cti (Inrlnnatl nl St. A M E R I C A N LKAGL'K New Vt.rk :t; m.ston 2. IcvrJnnrl ~: Drlroit 1. AVashfiiRUm 7; rhilndrlphlH G. St. ixmis fi: riifc:ig» ::. Monday Jatnrs ( Irvcliind nt Clilrngo M. I-itiis at I»f:t -N. York lit \Vasirton I'hll.i'ulila nt Itos A M K K K ' A N ASSOCIATION Kansas CH.v K!: Mil wank or 3. Tnlrdn X; CoIiiniJin*; 7. IndI::nnp.U. Ji-.'t; l.nttl-villr 1-2. MhincnpoUs ~ ; ·!. l*;uil 1, Monday fijinw-* T..t»l M r-rUimbiiH tnd'i'"!!'. :it l.wri Kan. ( Us r.I Mit'kve Minneapolis at M. 33 *25 1-1 WASIII.WION--7 II PO . 3 : Kuhrl It, Mycr 2b Miurslt If Cronln SH SHiullr cf .St.uiP rf Tmvi* :il »«·!·* c Kluninp c Prim p Ktissell p Thomas [i Totals I 3 II 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 II 0 II II 0 a Oni; out whvn winning nin wns sco Ji lint led for i'lnnery In seventh Mlatled for lliirlte In ntxdt. cRnn for l!iis*cll In eighth. Score by Innings: I'tiltndei pliin 1 1 3 0 0 0 100--fi Washington 002 Ul^ 002--", Summary: Krrors, Johnson. Miircnm; mew halted In. .Marcum, Tuxx -1, Myt-r, Cronin 3, Dupns, Kuhrl; two busn hlis. KO.V.V, rrniiln; three IIOKO hit, Kiilwl; hume- riin. Foxx; stolen buses, rhiney, J'V\x; sacrifices, Hiiyes, Berff, fronln, Miimish; dunlin* pluyw, Hk'fflnM tr» U'nrstlcr t (( l-'o«. Witr,itkr to MrNalr; (hisirs. on hall*, off Cnnvtler ·£, Murciitti ;!. Jturltc i, Matziik II, I'rhn J. Dietrich t: stnirk out, hy Cnnvdcr 1, Itiirfcc .1, KiisbpII I, J)h-trlcli 1 ; hlls, off (.'nnvdcr S In 2 (noni; out in t h i r d ) , I'rlm 1 hi !-.'(. Burke 1 In .1, Jlusr*Hl o in I 2-3, Thomas o In .1. Mr.riMim 3 In 2 /mine nut In t h i r d ) . JUrtrlch 3 In 2-3, Mutuzvk 4 In 2-3: passed hull. Hny:fi; hulk, Mnrnmi; vtlimhix pitcher, Thomn.s: losing pitcher, Dietrich. Umpires, McGowan and Owens. Time, 2:20, CHICAGO--2 AB II I'O A Bor'ary rf 4 0 1 0 Ijiialt c f 4 2 4 I I Bon'ra. Ib 4 0 (t 0 Slm'ns I f 3 1 3 0 Appl'K ss 3 0 4 4 Dykes 3b 3 1 1 J 4 0 1 1 1 0 2 0 Hurl t: 1'iuipk c Tfu'Je l» nKocek Minus cS wans on 1 0 0 0 - 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 30 4 24 S -ST. JLOCI.S--fi A I I I ! I'O A run :u. West cf 3 0 3 4 Pepper If Cnmp'll rf 4 Hemsley c 3 SI ranee ss 4 Weaver p 3 0 2 I 0 2 13 0 SHAKEUP AIDS IN NAT VICTORY FOR SECOND STRAIGHT Cronin Drives in Runs for- 7-6 Victory, Senators Move Into Fourth. By ASSOCIATED PKESS. Joe Cronin's drastic shakcup oC the Washington lineup appears to have been just what the Senators needed. Although only Ossle Bluege, oC the three veterans lifted from the lineup, still remains on the bench, the scare Cronin tossed into his squad had shaken the Senators out of their lethargy and produced threo successive victories. Their second. 7-6 triumph jn a row over the Philadelphia Athletics hoisted them above the .000 mark and into fourth place Sunday. Crorun Decides Unnie. Cronin drove in the deciding runa with a single in the ninth alter Jimmie Foxx hail clouted his fourth, homer with two on in the third and the A's had thumped "General" Al Crowdef from the hill. Despite their victory the Seniors couldn't gain much ground as the Cleveland Indians and New York Yankees, who ratik just above them, also won. Cleveland trimmed the league leading Tigers 7 to 1 before Detroit's largest Sunday baseball gathering in two years, 30,500. Oral Hildebrancl and LJoyd Brown gave the Indians a six hit mound performance and Hie club backed them with heavy hitting. Old Combination Wins. The Ruth-Gehrig-Comez combination carried the Yanks to a 3-2 triumph over the Red Sox before 50,000 fans. Gomez hurled six hit ball, Ruth tied the score in tho eighth with his third homer and Gchrig singled in the winning run in the ninth. Big Jim Weaver of St. Louis held Chicago's White Sox to four hits, one a homer by Al Simmons, to win 0 to 2. Both National league pace setters, the Cuba and Giants, were thoroughly beaten. A pair of homers by Gabby Hartnett failed to save Chicago from a 9-4 beating by the St. Louis Cardinals as Jim Collins and Buster Mills also clouted homers. Olt Drives Homer. Mel Ott's fifth circuit drive featured tho Giaut-Boston struggle but the Braves won, 6 to 4, by smacking Hal Schumacher for four runs in the fifth. Gus Suhr and Paul Waner o£ Pittsburgh and Ivy Shiver and Sylvester Johnson of Cincinnati propelled homers as the Pirates won a 9-4 triumph behind Red Lucas in their first Sunday home game. Brooklyn won out 8-7 over the Phillies in another give-and-take struggle which saw nine pitchers go in and take it for a total of 22 hits. Totals 32 10 27 14 altatted for Lyons In seventh. bBiitled for Pasck In ninth. cBaltcd for .Stloe in nlntlt. Score by InnlnKs: Chicago 010 000 010--2 St. Louis 004 101 OOi--C Summary: Errors, Cllft, Itiiel, Ilonla- iliiry; riilw butted In, Huyejt, Simmons, Tenner 3, Campbell, Burns 2; two base hits. Pepper, IJykes, West 2; homenni, .Simmon*; stolen base. Hemsley; sacrifice, Dykes; double plays, Melillo to .Straitce to Hums. strance to Melillo to Burns; bases on bulls, off Tlttje 4, Lyons 1, Stlne 2, Weaver It; struck out, by Iletjo 1, Stlnc 1, Weaver 6; lilts, lit Tletje. 2 in 2 2-3 Innings, Lyons 8 In .1 1-3, Sttne 0 In 2; luslns pitcher. Tletje. Umpires. Kolls, IHJde- brand and Ormsby. Time, 3:18. BOSTOX -- 2 Alt H I'D A Ilishop 2b 4 0 4 1 U'erbcr s s I 1 2 " Mors'n Ib -1 2 J I 11. -loh'n If 4 J Jteyn's. rf :t 1 Sillier* rf J ]-rrell c :ib 3 0 2 NEW YORK--3 AH II Hoae ef :t 0 Cros'tll ss 4 0 Until tl r, 2 Grhrlic Ib 5 2 Chapm'n If I 0 Laizerl 3b 3 1 Dickey c 3 1 Hefner 2b 4 Z Gomez p 4 0 PO A 1 II 2 0 10 II 5 i; 2 4 I) 2 Totals X! fi*26 6 Totals 32 8 27 9 6 Tivo out u-hen winning run scored. Score by Innings: Boston 000 200 000--2 -New York 00(1 100 (111--3 Summary: Krrors, HoaR 2, Hcffner, Mor- Kan; runs batted In, niekey, Ruth, OchrlK; honierlin. Ruth: sacrifices, Chapman, Liu.' 2erl, Cnisrttl: bases on balls, off Wetland 5. (jomez 1; struck out. by Wclland fl! Gomez 5. Umpires, DIneen and Summers. Time, 2:10. Titonka School Teams in Double Baseball Victory TITONKA, April 30.--The Titonka school baseball teams won two county championships last week. The high school won the Kossutli county championship when it defeated Burt high school in the final game. Saturday the junior team, made up of players of the seventh, eighth and ninth grades, won tha county cup at the tournament at Bancroft. It defeated Bancroft, Swea City, and in the final game won from the Burt juniors 2 to 1. Teeth The lowest prices I have made on Dental Work la fifteen years. Silver Fillings As Low As 50c GOLD Du»r OQ nc RUBBER PLATE ...... tpO.33 Teeth Extracted ............. $1.00 Phstes repaired In my own laboratory while you wait. Jacob E.Hynds D E N T I S T Over Palais Royal Corner North of Dime Store OPEN EVENINGS-SUNDAY A. M. MIIX) STKINBOKN Friday Might 4--STAR HEAVYWEIGHT ISOfTS--I 2 Falls Out of 31 MFLO -vs.- ALAN STIENBORN EUSTACE 2-10 IJ)S. 230 Lbs. · Including TaRi-son, Tiirnure, Camera. j Topas. Under. Prices. lOc and 5()c. Ladies. Kids 15c Plus Tax

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