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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 23 193G THIRTEEN MOHAWK TILTS, G-G SCHOOL ON WEEK-END Out of the Pressbox -By AI Mifehell- Here and There . . . pATCHING up with the little ^ things that may otherwise be passed by without notice: Jack Ko h l has a block of Drake relays tickets on sale, all in section E . . . but he only has 15, so you'd better hurry up to see him. Speaking of relays, Joe Fink of Mason City was one of the members of the Cornell mile team that placed second at State Teachers last Saturday. The Mason Cityan also ran the 880 yard leg of the medley relay for the Purple. Joe is one of Judd Dean's No. 1 track candidates, on an inexperienced squad . . . * * * Still thinking about relays: Coach F. C. "Slip" Shoemaker of St. Ansgar warned me Mom'-v night to keep an eye out for his Saints this spring. It seems that they can run, as well as play basketball, and will send a relay team to the district tournament at Mason City with an eye on first place. * * * Baseball: Everyone in the park Tuesday afternoon . . . when Mason City high school opened its baseball season against Webster City . . . thought that Jake Accurso was going right on out into right field with the ball when he tagged Ralph Burton's liner to make the hardest stop of the day . . . the crowd at Tuesday's game, by the way, brought $2.60 in at the gate. Nice people . . . * # # It was worth that much to see Andy Woolfries of WOI . . . and hi s natty topcoat. Yes, Andy was there . , . wish he'd have come earlier than the fifth inning. Beingf the lone celebrity in Uie audience, he would have been a logical choice to pitch the first ball of the season. The real reason tor Andy's coming to Mason City, though, was to pick up Meyel "Bud" Haack, Webster City catcher and basketball star . . Haack left the game in the fifth inning and the pair headed toward Wellsburg and another basketball banquet. Haack is a former Wellsburg athlete . . . * * * Getting down to basketball: ·'George A. Brown, secretary of the ^lowa High School Athletic association, said Wednesday that the gross receipts for the eight dis- .trlct tournaments of last March 'were $3,224.30. Traveling expenses totaled .$3,383.40, the state association received $3,272.75 and · the schools entertaining the tour- ;naments were handed $1,568.15 . . . wonder i f that $3,272.75 will be available to pay the full expenses of schools competing in the finals session of next year's state tournament? * * * New Hampton's district tournament was the''biggest in the state as the gross receipts were figured. The Chickasaw school took-in $1,353.60 . . . must have made folks feel good, because . . . did you notice? . . . Supt. F. J. Moore was reelected this week for three years at .an increase in pay ' . . and all the teachers had their pay raised . . . * * * Wonder what's due to happen next in the state high school' athletic board? With C. E. Humphrey of Grinnell resigned . . . that leaves K. C. Orden of Mapleton standing all alone . . . Back to baseball: If you've "been noticing' . . . Rodman high school is scaring the wits out of every baseball team in and near Palo Alto ' "county. The Rodman team has won four games . . '. from Armstrong, ·22 to 2, from West Bend, 21 to 1, from Ruthven, 19 to 1 . . . and from Curlew 28 to 4. Supt. C. B. Johnson has briefly post-carded the results of those four games . . . . wish he'd send the full information on how he makes 'em hit the ball like that . . . * * * Also in Palo Alto county . . . a t Emmetsburg . . . I guess, from Mary Kelly's reports, that both high school and junior college baseball teams are playing night baseball as a regular thing. The Emmetsburg Irish love their after-dark Softball, as I can attest personally . . . and have one of the best-equipped night parks in North Iowa . . . they also have night football equipment, little more than a year old . . . it would be only natural that they should start playing baseball at night. Is my guess right, Mary? * * * More baseball: The Minneapolis Millers, starting like a million dollars . . . without a defeat in their first half dozen games this season . . . are after something more than just another American association title . . . in baseball, the perennial argument over the merits of the ,two cities, St. Paul and Minneapolis, (Continued on Pane 14) BE AZETTE RTS 14 Teams Ready to Go, 4 Sought in City Softball Loop THREE SECTIONAL WINNERS ARE TO EARN '36 HONORS No Little World Series Set Up for Season, Teams to Play Split Schedule. ' With more than a month before the umpires call "Play Ball!" at Bast park, Mason City Softball teams are lined up 14 strong in the Y. M. C. A. league, it was announced Thursday by Chairman Jake Mallo of the "Y" Softball committee. Four more teams will be sought by the committee, to complete a roster of 18. Three sections will be in action again this season, with half a dozen teams competing in each section/ There will be no playoff for the city championship this season, however. Each section winner will be a champion in its own right this year, and identical trophies will be awarded to each winning team. Plan Split Season. Championships will be decided on percentages, and the Little World Series and round-robin playoffs of other seasons will be eliminated completely. The teams will play a split season, however, and in the event that different squads win in the first and second halves of the schedule, a playoff series will be held to determine the sectional champion. Play will start June 1 and continue to July 21. The schedule will include two rounds of competition and 30 games for each team. Entry fees and players' lists must be turned in at the Y. M. C. A. lobby desk, or given to Chairman Mallo, on or before May 15. Tourney in August. Dates for the Iowa-Southern Minnesota S o f t b a l l tournament, planned again this season at Roosevelt stadium, have also been set. The annual night games will be held from Aug. 3 to Aug. 8, inclusive. Teams already entered in the league for this summer are: Mier Wolf, city champion in 1935; Mar- (Continund on Pace 14) National Boxscores Wednesday's Games PHILADEL.-AB Allen cf-rf 5 Watkins it 3 vShcrrln 1 sulik ir (i xxxxWnltcr 1 John M'c rf 3 xxAtwood 1 Chlor,r.n cf 0 Haslln 2I 4 .Norris fis 4 Camlllf II) 3 VrrcPz 3b 3 VYil*on c 4 E. M're p 2 rassca p 1 sxxC.Dnvis 1 H P O A 2 4 0 (I I 0 i o n o t u 0 ti o 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 4 4 1 .1 3 It .') 0 O i l 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 2 « 0 0 Totals 30 8 24 13 .NEW YORK--7 AR H PO A Joe M'rc K S 2 4 I) W'hcad 2b 4 Ott rt 3 Lelhcr cf 3 Terry Ib 2 1 4 1 (I 0 1 1 0 3 13 0 Jackson ss 4 0 1 5 Dnnnlos c 4 2 1 0 Martin 3b 3 2 11 3 HullWlI p 1 3 0 1 Totals 34 16 27 13 Score by Innings: Philadelphia New York 000 000 200--2 300 021 lOx--7 BOSTON--0 AB H 1'0 A E. Jl'rc rf 5 frb'nski ss 5 B. J'dnn Ib 4 ·1 1 7 0 Bcrsrcr c f 2 1 4 0 Cu'ncllo 2b 2 0 3 5 L e e I f 3 1 1 0 Whitney 3b 3 0 2 S Lopez c 4 0 4 0 Chaplin p 2 0 0 1 ^Thompson 1 0 0 0 Rels 1 1 1 0 0 0 Totals BROOKLYN--5 AB H FO A Boril'ny cf 3 1 3 0 Hassett Ib 4, 2 8 1 Frey 2 b 4 3 0 5 L'dstrom If 4 0 3 0 Bucher 3b 4 R. Jl're rf 3 G'r'shty ss 4 2 Berrcs c 3 1 0 2 0 I 0 0 0 E'nshaw p 2 1 1 2 Totals 3110 5 \Baltcd lor Chaplin in seventh. Score by Inninps: Boston 000 000 000--0 Brooklyn 211 000 lOx--5 ST. LOWS--6 AB H PO A .Moore cf 5 1 2 0 Frlsrli 2 b 4 1 2 2 J. M'lin 31) 5 1 tl (1 M'llwlck It 5 2 4 II Collins Ib Davis c Scuffle rf 3 1. 3 0 S. M'in ss 1 0 1 1 f i r l b c r t s s 1 0 0 0 Partnelre p 2 0 0 3 aGrabo'kl 1 0 0 0 CINCINNATI-- 7 AB H TO A Uttyler cf 4 Ka'tTrls 2b 4 ijClmnman 1 1 0 0 rhcvr.'w 2b 0 0 3 0 Herman If 4 1 0 0 RI.CCS 3b S 1 H 2 r.ootTnn rf 3 1 4. 0 Campbell c 5 2 (i I M'Qulnn Ib 2 0 Myers ss 3 1 K'worlh [» 4 Sclloll p 0 2 1 0 0 3 3 8 1 2 2 0 0 Totals 34 724 K Totals 3 5 1 0 2 7 1 1 ftBatted for I'nrmrlee In nlntb. hBatted for Kampourls In eighth. Score by innings: St. Louis 002 000 022--6 Cincinnati I l l 000 13x--' 'WRESTLIHG f t DOUBLE MAIN EVENT TONIGHT at ARMORY 1 Hour Time Limit LEO ALEXANDER vs. HOMER "BEARCAT" WRIGHT IVAN PADUBNEY vs. WALTER LOGAN TAG TAGESON vs. COWBOY GOE MOLLATT This coupon and 25c plus tax admits one. American Legion Sponsored Baseball Standings NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. I'ct.l W. I- I'd. Nw York 7 1 JTOirhlladrl. 4 8 .144 rlttjniirch .1 I! ,iillll|ChlCTB(i 3 4 .4211 Clnclnnntl 4 4 .JWOiBroiiklyn 3 A .375 St. Louln 3 3 .nOO!Ki»ton 2 0 .281) WEDNESDAY RESULTS NIMV Turk 7: rlillmlHnMii 2. Ilrimklyn 0; Boston II. Cincinnati 7: St.. Louln G. Pittsburgh at Chicago imntnoncrt, cold. THURSDAY GAMES St. Louis at Cinclnnntljl'lttsburch nt Chicago Phlla'pltla at BoslonlN. York at Brooklyn AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. l'ct.| W. L, I'ct. Chicago 4 1 .80«].Yp»r York 4 4 -SOtJ Boston 7 2 .77K| Detroit 2 4 .3X1 lleieland 5 2 .714ISI. Louis 2 IS .280 Washington « » .HOOiI'Mladel. 1 6 .143 WED.VESOAY KESVLTS Boston 4; Washington ;i, St. Louis 12: Detroit 4. Xcw York at Philadelphia, postponed, cold. Chicago at Cleveland postponed. THURSDAY GAMES Detroit at .St. I*nuls|Chic:igi nt Cleveland Boston at I'hlla'phlaj Wasirton at N. York AMERICAN ASSOCIATION W. L. I'ct.I \V. L. I'ct. Minneapolis 8 1 .«33|I.ouisvllIe 5 4 .553 Kan. "City 5 1 .8:l3|ToIedo 2 4 .33:1 St. Paul .1 :i .lil.1|Coluinhus 1 1 .125 MJhvutlkcc 4 3 .5-llhtd'apolls 0 4 .1)00 WEDNESDAY RESULTS Milwaukee 3: Cohinlhtls 2. Louisville 3; Minneapolis 41. St. I'tllll nt Indianapolis, rold. Kansas City at Toledo, cold. THURSDAY GAMES Kansas city at ToledolMII'nkrc nt Columbus St. P. nt lodlnnnpolIsl.Mlirnnolls nt 1,'vlllc HASSLES LISTED IN LEGION EVENT Leo Alexander Returns Here to Meet Bearcat in Go Thursday Night. 'Hassling, or perhaps by some quirk of fate, wrestling, will be on the menu to be served at the armory Thursday night in the semimonthly grappling show sponsored by the American Legion. Leo Alexander, who astounded local mat fans with a fine exhibition of wrestling in defeating Olaf Gregerson on the last card's main event, will again appear here, meeting Homer "Bearcat" Wright of Omaha in the main event. The semiwindup will see Ivan Paduby, the Russian rogue, enter the ring as the villain in a one act drammer which will also see our hero, Walter Logan, in action. The Salt Lake City man who refereed the last matches has not been seen in action here since a thumb injury prevented his scheduled appearance on that card. A newcomer and an old timer will tangle in the preliminary as Tag Tageson of Mason City makes faces at Cowboy George Mollott of Texas. That's the lineup Thursday night. Same old faces, same old circus ring at the same old place. New York Girl Rated Tops Among U. S. Table Players CHICAGO, fP) -- Seventeen-year- old Ruth Hughes Aarons of New York, winner of the world women's table tennis singles title Thursday was ranked as the country's number one player for the third straight year. Anne Sigman of Brooklyn, N. Y., waa rated second to Miss Aarons in the list announced by Reginald G. Hammond of Chicago, chairman of the U. S. Table Tennis association ranking committee. Jay Purves of Chicago, ranked at number two in 1934 and 1935, was dropped to third position. SPORTS Date-Book THIS WEEK April 24--Baseball: Mason City high school vs. Swea City, Roosevelt stadium. Baseball: GlobeGazette baseball school, Y. M. C. A. April 25--Baseball: Mason City high school vs. Austin, Minn., Roosevelt stadium. Baseball: Globe-Gazette baseball school, East Park. Track: Drake relays, DCS Moines. COMING EVENTS May 1-2--Baseball: Cerro Gordo county tournament, Roosevelt stadium. May 2--Track: Estherville relays, Estherville. May 13--Softball: Entry-lists due at Y. M. C. A. May 16 -- Track: District meet, Roosevelt stadium. May 23--Baseball: State high school tournament finals, Manson. June 1 -- Softball: Mason City leagues open, East park. July 1-13--Baseball: Iowa semipro tournament, Forest City. AUK. 3-8--Softball: Iowa-Southern Minnesota tournament, Roosevelt stadium. Sept. 5-7--Baseball: Iowa amateur tournament finals, DCS Moines. GIANTS STOMBLE WAY TO HIGHEST PLACE IN LEAGUE Subs, Including Terry, Get Better Results Than Starting Club. By SCOXTY KESTON Associated Press Sports Writer. Scrambling from one shaky victory to another, the New York Giants are doing their level worst in the National league these days, but for all their staggering they can't fall off the top of the pile. In fact they keep climbing. They have been charged with 13 errors in eight games; their pitchers have squandered long leads; their team is riddled by injuries, but in meeting every emergency Manager Bill Terry has been so superbly right that the substitute in almost every case has done better than the original. First, 'ae picked Rookie Harry Gumbert to pitch the second game of the season. Gumbert pitched a four hit game and won. Then Dick Bartell fell ill. Terry put in Joe Martin. This rookie has batted .667 so far. Next Sam Leslie reported with a fever and Terry put in Terry. His first day out, Substitute Terry got three hits in three times out; Wednesday against the Phils he got three more. Hub Turns Slugger. In spite of those forced shifts the Giants did as wrjll as the Browns and the Reds, who topped the day's slugging performance?, for the Dodgers, who saw big George Earnshaw stage a sudden return to his pro-season pitching form to whitewash Boston. The Terrymen won their second straight from Jimmy Wilson's Phillies, 7 to 2. It also was Carl Hubbel's second victory of the season, and just to add to the general inconsistency of the New York scene, Carl hit three singles in four times up. There were two homenms in the game, Leiber smashing one in the first with two on, and Jimmy Wilson hitting one in the seventh. The only other homeruns in the majors were hit in the eighth inning of the Reds-Cards game at Cincinnati by Utility Outfielder Calvin Chapman and Lew Riggs, both Of the Reds. These hits, scoring three runs, enabled the Reds to defeat the Cards, 7 to 6. Earnshaw Stops Bees. Earnshaw turned in the best pitching job of the season for the Dodgers, a five-hitter which shut out the Bees, 5 to 0. Every man in the Brooklyn infield, Hassett, Frey, Geraghty, and Bucher hit safely twice out of four times up. The Dodgers had only two other hits. In the American league, the Red Sox, outhit 12 to 6, beat the Senators, 4 to 3, and edged closer to the league lead. Fred Ostermueller, Red Sox pitcher, drove in two runs with his double in the fifth. Hitting safely 18 times, the Browns won their second straight game from the world champion Tigers, 12 to 4, in the only other game played in the majors. The Pirates-Cubs, Yankees-Athletics, and White Sox-Indians games were postponed because of cold weather. American Boxscores Wednesday's Games WASHINGTON-- 3 AB H I'D A Hill If Lewis 3b Myer 2b I'oxvell cf Travis ss R'noUln r' Knliel II) Bolton c Ncwsotn p xEstaletla- 5 3 3 0 S i l l 4 1 1 4 4 1 1 0 4 2 3 4 4 2 - 0 4 (I 8 (I 4 0 A 1 3 0 o I l i o n Totals 3 8 1 2 2 4 1 1 BOSTON--I AB H PO A Almnila rf 4 0 1 3 Cramer rf 4 1 Manns!) If 4 2 2 Koxx II) 2 0 1 .McNalr ss 4 0 2 Wcrber 3b 3 2 3 n. r'rctl c 2 0 2 Melllln Jli 1 0 5 Osfm'Icr p 3 1 2 Totals 27 B 2 7 1 0 .xBatted for Newborn in ninth. Score by Innings: Wnshincton 000 001 002--3 Boston 100 021 OOx--I OETROIT- AB H PO A Rogcll ss rf 0 2 1 C.chr'er 2t) 5 1 2 0 Rr'nb'K Ib 5 0 9 1 Slm'ons cf 5 1 3 0 Ooslln If O\ven 3b Hayiv'tb 5 2 0 2 n r, Crowrter p 1 0 0 0 [.awson p Sullivan p Wnilc l aWliiie bWalkcr Totals 38 10 21 9 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 ST. LOUS--13 AB H TO A Lary ss S 1 0 5 2 : 3 3 3 1 1 West cf Solters If 4 B't'ley Ib 4 Bell rf Cllft 3b Carry 21) 3 3 3 0 3 0 1 3 [trmslry c 4 1 4 0 Cain p 6 1 0 Totals 33 18 27 10 nBntted for Lnwson in sixth. hBatted for Sullivan in eighth. Score by innings: Detroit 000 112 000-- 4 St. Louis 3 1 2 1 0 1 0 4 5 -- 1 2 ROOK TO IOWA The Dodgers have optioned one of their recruits, Russ Olscn, a shortstop, to Davenport. Opens School Cliff Hathaway, who will join the Beatrice, Nelir., club of the Nebraska State league next week, will open the Globe-Gazette's baseball school in Mason City Friday night. The first session of the school will be centered on playing the outfield. Any boy in. Mason City or North Iowa may attend free of charge. BOWLING LEAGUE SEASONS WANING ON LOCAL LANES Lundberg, Mickey Mouse Take Games, Card Playoff in Women's Loop. D. K. Lundberg won two games from Diamond Butter Bread and had a 2,304 total to lead the teams Wednesday night as the scheduled season of the Women's bowling league closed at the Stoddard alleys. Two more series will be necessary to complete the league schedule, however, and the teams will shoot on Tuesday and Wednesday next week before calling it a season. Mickey Mouse won three games by default Wednesday night, and Ella Woisnak had a 182 high single, as well as a 476 series, to lead the individual scoring. Hugh Davcy and Son won at the City league ended its games for the year, defeating Stoddard's in three contests and rolling up a 2,811 total. The Davey 982 was the high single game, and L. A. "Al" Moc, leadoff man, rolled a 592 series. George Squiers marked a 219 single for first place in that division. The winning Decker's Office team n the City league earned $55 first prize money plus $5.60 for games won, for a total of $60.60, according to the summary announced Thursday by Secretary Hans G. Pusch of the Mason City Bowling association. DRAKE MEET SET TO START FRIDAY High School Events to Open Annual Games, Features Scheduled Saturday. DES MOINES, M)-- Officials hustled late preparations today as track and field stars from all sections of the country moved into Des Moines for the opening of the twenty-seventh annual Drake relays Friday. Enthusiastic over the largest advance ticket sales in the history of the meet, the relay fathers expected nearly half of the athletic army of upwards of 1,500 men to reach the city by nightfall. Many of the early arrivals, including Rice Institute, Fresno State of California, Hardin-Simmons, California Tech and the Oklahoma Baptists, planned workouts on the stadium track Thursday. Preps Open Meeting. The colorful games will be officially opened Friday morning with the running of the preliminaries of the high school relay section. Universities and colleges swing into action Friday afternoon. There are 20 events on the Friday afternoon program, including the finals of the distance medley relay for universities, the 440 and 880-yard relays for the Iowa Intercollegiate association and college entries, the broad jump and discus throw. Preliminaries will be held in the 120-yard high hurdles, 100-yard dash, shot put, javelin and several of the relay events. Features on Saturday. The feature attractions will be saved for Saturday when nearly 18,000 track fans are expected to jam into the Drake stadium. Glenn Cunningham, world champion miler, will attempt to crack the world mark of 2:10 for 1.000 yards against an all-star field that includes Elroy Robinson of Fresno State, national collegiate half mile champion, and Ray Sears, Butler's great distance runner. Ray Ellimvood of Chicago university, who bettered the world indoor mark for the 440 yard dash this year, will appear in a special quarter mile against several of the fast 440-yard men in the country. Tune in On the Chrysler 7 P. M. TONIGHT Thursday, April 23 STATION WCCO J.H.MARSTON CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH !/ 2 Block East of Hartford Hotel Kensett High School Wins in Opening Round of Meet for Worth County Laurels KENSETT--The Kensclt high school baseball team opened the Worth county tournament against Fertile Tuesday afternoon with a 7 to 5 victory. Thompson, the Ken sett ace hurler, again led his team In seven innings he allowed only four hits, struck out 16 men anc cracked out two hits in three trip to the plate. Stanton _and Kennet Sheimo made up the Fertile battery Joice defeated Manly 35 to 4 an 1 Grafton forfeited to Northwood ii the other first round games. Kensett meets Northwood ani Joice meets Hanlontown in the sec ond round. oice Team Wins, Loses in Worth County Scrap JOICE--Joice high school's base ball team beat Manly 35 to i in the opening round of the Worth countj tournament, but lost to Hanlontown 5 to 4 in a 10 inning second round contest. National Ball Bounces High FarandWide Wire Best Wishes to Stuhldreher, He Needs Them. By KDD1E BKIETZ. Associated Press Sports Writer. NEW YORK, LP)--Some of the )layers swear the National league all has undergone several rabbit blood transfusions this spring . . . vire best wishes to Harry Stuhldreher, who'll probably need them . . Jimmy Braddock and Joe _;ould are back on Broadway . . . always first with the oddities, Casey Stengel used four pinch hitters n a row against Boston the other day. * * * Joe Smith, manager of Tommy Loughran, is around town trying to steam up a match with Joe Louis . No dice . - · Max Schmeling's ^ on the Bremen was the same ic has occupied on his last four trips across the Atlantic . . . and his headquarters at the Commodore are the same he has used on each of his trips to America : . . Well, anyway, Joe Stripp held out longer than anybody else this season . . . that's something. * * * . The one bright spot around drab and bleak Shibe park is Chubby Dean (no relation to "Me anc Paul") . . . in five tries as a pinch hitter he has delivered two singles and a double . . . .He "comes from Duke university and is listed as a first sacker . . . Lou Little, Colum bia coach, is going to Florida to re cuperate from that hip ailment . . Dolly Stark, the only holdout urn pire in activity, is all steamed up over his future as a sports announc er ... He is doing a good job with the Macks and Phils and if he can (Continued on PftKC 14) UnitedlStates Army Riders Ready for Olympic Journej F O R T R I L E Y , Kans., (.P)-Months of tedious, painstaking training behind them, riders anc' horses who will represent thi United States in the Olympic eques trian events are ready for final try outs and the long journey to Berlin Eleven riders and 16 horses, the army's finest, constitute the squad Officially they will not be the Olym pic team until May 20, the dat of final tryouts. No other competi tors, however, are expected to ente: to challenge their right to represen the United States. SWEA CITY HERE FOR FRIDAY TIFF WITH PREP CLUB forth Iowa Boys, Fans Can Attend First Session of School at "Y." rllOllAHLK LINEUPS tASON C1TV SWEA CITY UTIIEIU-A.VD .. Oral* ...... rOHLMA.V ,'jlUiii* ..... . . . , . I* . . . . . . . MonlKonii-ry and COOLER THAN 1YIR! 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Two baseball events will divide he attention of local fans and ballplayers this week-end in dason City: ?o. 1 -- Mason City high school will play its second game of the season Friday afternoon at 3:30, with the strong Swea City high school outfit providing the opposition at Roosevelt stadium. Vo. 2-- The first class meeting of the Globe-Gazette's baseball school -- open to any boy in North Iowa free of charge-- will be held at the Y. M. C. A. banquet room Friday night at 7 o'clock. Parents and baseball fans are also Invited to attend. Saturday's calendar will also be illed_, with the first practice session )f the Globe-Gazette school scheduled for 10 o'clock in the morning at Cast park. Outfielders will be the irst to get the outdoor practice, and the session at the Y. M. C. A. Friday night, in charge of Cliff ·iathaway, will be devoted mostly to a discussion of playing the outfield. Saturday afternoon will see Mason City high school in action again at Roosevelt stadium, with Austin, Minn., providing the opposition. The Swea City game Friday will see the Mohawks renew a conflict of last season. Mason City defeated Swea City 12 to 4 in its march to the state high school title last year, winning in the second round of the district tournament at Titonka. Quin "Doc" Dietz allowed the losers only a pair of hits in the contest, while the Mohawks hammered out 8 blows and took advantage of 4 errors to score 10 runs in the first three frames. Swea City has defeated Lonerock, 2 to 0, this season, and lost to Armstrong, 9 to 8 in a wild game .Tuesday. The visitors will place their trust in the big arm of Ed Montgomery in the Mason City game, while Coach Clayton "Chick" Sutherland will send Jack Wallace to the hill. The sophomore right-hander's place on first base will be taken by Jim Cookman, American Legion regular of last season. NOTHING COOLER . . . 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