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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE M A Y 1 1934 Black Spiders are next opposition for Coca-Cola Cubs at North Iowa fairgrounds. Texans will play Saturday, Sunday. GAZETTE S Mason City high school opposes Lake Mills at Elma in district baseball tournament. Play begins Thursday in tourney. Out of the PRESSBOX MITCHELL Grand Climax Next Saturday afternoon a band of thoroughbreds will be given their heads for a few seconds as they run free around an oval set in the bluegrass of Churchill Downs. A matter of a couple of minutes, and one will be proved swiftest of the field. * * * So another Kentucky derby will be written into the records. There have been 59 previous runnings ol the famous race. This, the sixtieth renewal, will be for stakes of $30,000 added. It Is a trial for three-year-olds, and a stiff one. * * * It's thoroughly American. Only one horse imported from outside the United States has ever stepped into the winner's circle, that being Omar Khayyam,, who ran the distance in 2:04 3-5 in 1917. * * * V. anyone glancing back over the records since 1875 is surprised to find a difference of 30 seconds in the time for classics ot 1895 and 1896, let it be explained that the races were run over a mile and one-half up to 1895. Since 1896, the distance has been one mile and one- quarter. * * * The record time for the running is held by a modern, Twenty-Grand, who covered the short distance in 2:01 4-5 in 1931. The swiftest of the horses in the longer races was Spokane, who ran the mile and one- half in 2:34%. The year was 1889. * * * Only two maidens, Sir Barton, in 1919, and Broker's Tip, one of the Bradley "B" horses, ·who won in 19S3, have been successful. * * * Donerail, who in 1913 paid 5184.90 for a straight ticket, $41.20 to place and $13.20 to show, was the longest priced of any winner ever to step to the barrier. * * * Here's a tip from a veteran of the track for the folks interested in backing their judgment of the horses with cash. Some time ago Col. E. R. Bradley, owner of one of the nation's greatest racing stables and of four derby winners, revealed his own betting "system." "I find the only chance a per- . --~ son has to win wagers is my system," he said. * * * "I wait until the final prices are posted on the approximate board and then I wager on the first two choices to win. If the choice is out of line--by that I mean if the fa vorite is quoted at a higher price than I believe it' should be--then I (Torn to Market Page) League Leaders LEAGUE _ -By Associated Press. Including 1'esterday's Games. NATIONAL LEAGUE Batting--Oil, Giants. .4015. Runs--Klein, Cubs 14. Runs Batted In--Klein, Cubs and Snhr Pirates, 15. Hits--Klein, Cobs, 18. Doubles--Ryan, Giants, and English Cubs, 6. Triples--Snhr, Pirates, 3. Homeruns--Ott, Giants, KleJn and Hart nett. Cubs, B. Stolen Bases--Martin and Kothrock Cardinals, Frey, Dodgers, and Chlozia Phillies, 2. niching--Bush, cubs, 4-0. 1 AMERICAN LEAGUE Batting--Reynolds, Red Sox, .44!. Runs--Kuuel, Senators, 10. Runs Batted In--Reynolds, Red Sox, 14. Hits--Reynolds, Red Sox, 10. Doubles--Wcrber, lied Sox, 8. Triples--Higgins, Athletics; Reynolds Bed Sox; and Mannsh, Senators, 2. Homeruns--Fox*, Athletics, and Bonnra White Sox, 4. Stolen Bases--Walker, Heels. 7. Pitching--Ruffing, Yankees; Thomas, Sen ·tors, and Hlldebrand, Indians, 3-0. Enjoy a Pipe an easy chair, the news and the radio program these delightful Spring e v e n i n g s . Hickey Brothers sell the widest selection from the world's f o r e m o s t makes of pipes. Hickey Bros. Cigar Stores IN THE HOTEL HANFORD Mason City, Iowa DISTRICT TESTS DRAW PREP TEAMS WHITE SOX ROLL UP 20 RONS, WIN ROM CLEVELAND mproved Stickwork Makes Fans Happier After Early Losses. By ASSOCIATED PRESS. An overnight rise of 23 points in the Chicago White Sox' batting av- rage had induced their backers to led their principal cause for alarm day. The Pale Hose, woeful disappointments in the early stages of the jnerican league race, broke no rec- rds as they blasted five Cleveland itchers for 18 hits and a 20-10 vic- ory Monday but the rattle of base- hits at Comiskey Park was the weetest music White Sox fans have eard this spring. Crisis Passes. Until they finally broke loose, the ox had batted only .242 in nine ames, losing six of them, but the arrage they laid down at the ex- ense of Monte Pearson and a var- d collection of successors indicated e batting crisis had passed. Al Simmons, who had made only safeties in his first nine engage- .ents, led the fusillade with 3 hits ncluding his third homer in as many days. Sad Sam Joces, veteran right bander, started for Chicago but weakened after holding the Indians to 6 hits in 6 innings and re- ired in favor of Joe Heving with he score 20-3. Yanks Regain Top. Meanwhile the New York Yankees regained first place by tripping Washington, 7-4, while the Detroit Igers were taking a 7-2 beating rom St. Louis'. Browns. Charley luffing went the route for the fankees and drove in the winning runs in the ninth with a lusty drive nto the left field bleachers with two n. The Browns hopped on Lynwood towe for 4 runs in the first 3 in- ings and won from the Tigers, go ing away. Fine relief pitching by Bob Kline and successive homers by Frank Higgins and Lou Finney In the ighth helped the Philadelphia Ath- etics win from Boston, 6-2, in the ither American league tussle. Cubs, Giants Stick. The Chicago Cubs and New York Giants held their places at the to] of the National league heap. The Cubs had to travel 12 innings to earn an 8-6 decision over the Pitts burgh Pirates with Guy Bush's courageous relief pitching and Gab by Hartnett's string of 3 hits, in eluding his fifth homer, as the de cisive factors. The Giants rolled tc 5-0 triumph over the Brooklyn Dodgers as big Fred Fitzsimmons stopped the Stengel-men cold with ,. scattered hits. Bartell's double and Ruble's singl enabled the Phillies to top the Bos :on Braves, 5-4 in a tight 10 innin; struggle while the St. Louis Cardi nals rallied for 4 runs in the seventh to beat the Cincinnati Reds, 10-6. Tigers Win Two Contests From Decker Softballer MANLY, May 1.--The Manl; Tigers, local independent softba :eam, started the season Sunday i: an impressive fashion, defeating . ;eam from Decker's in a double header contest. The first game was won 8-5 and the second 6-3. Bot :eams played fast ball in spite o .he high wind and the usual earl; season errors. Collins Moves to Fourth Place in Lyons Classic County Baseball WINNESHIEK COUNTY At Calmar First Round Fort Atkinson 6, Burr Oak 0. Calmar 13, Kidgeway 2. Final Round Fort Atkinson 10, Calmar 4. DR. H. K. JONES DENTIST SPECIAL X-RAY (Complete Upper and Lower Exposures and Diagnosis) EXTRACTIONS $1.00 Make Appointments Now DR. H.K. JONES 15l/ 2 N. FEUKRAL PHONE 325 NATIONAL LEAGUE BOX SCORES MONDAY'S GAMES inCAGO--S AB II TO A ngllsh 3b 7 3 . H'an 2b 6 2 Ueln If 4 H'an rf 5 uyler cf 6 rlmm )b urges artnett c n 3 olner p 3 0 ih p 1 0 0 1 II 3 1 2 0 2 7 1 1 5 0 5 0 « 0 3 3 4 Totals 47 16 36 12 PITTSBURGH--« AB H PO A I.. W'cr cl 7 0 4 0 P. W'cr rt C 2 2 Unds'm II 7 3 2 V'ghan ss 5 2 4 Sllhr ]b 4 Dava'to 2b H Th'notv 3b 6 3 2 1 4 U 2 0 3 2 5 5 Padden c xxYoung Grace c Smith p Harris p xJcnsen Hoyt p xxxTr'nor French p 0 0 U 1 0 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 Totals 8116 36 1'J xBatted for Harris In eighth. xxRan for Padden in eighth. xxxBatted for Hoyt In ninth. Jhicago 002 002 200 002--8 Pittsburgh 012 000 201 000--6 Errors, .cnylcr, Joiner, yaughan, Thev now, French; runs batted in, Lavagetto, Cuyler 2, Suhr 3, Hartnclt 3. W. Herman, ·*. Herman, Vanghan, Thcvenoiv. Bush wo base bits, Lavagetto, W. Herman, Theve- low, F. Herman, Hartnett; three base hlls, Suhr 2: - fcomeruns, Hartnett, W. Herman; acrlflces, Bush 2. W. Herman, Grimm; dou- lc plays. Padden to Vaugban, Padden t Laragcltn, Jurgcs to Grimm. F. Herman to W. Herman: left on base, Chicago 12, Pitts burgh 15: ba.se on balls, off Joiner 4, Smith Harris 1. Bush 2, French 1: struck out. by Smith 1, .Joiner 2, Hoyt 1, French 1 ills, off Smith 10 In 6 1-3. Joiner 9 In 2-3, Hoyt 1 In 1, Harris 1 In 1 2-3, Bush 7 In 4 1-3, French 3 In 3; winning pitcher tnsh; losing pitcher, French. Uniplres, Mag' erkurth and Barr. Time, 2:48, BROOKLYN--0 AB H PO A Frey 3 b 4 1 0 4 Ionian ss 4 1 1 1 Taylor c f 3 0 2 0 ~'Tlck rf 1 0 0 0 Boyle r f 2 0 4 0 Wilson I f 4 1 1 0 lie Ib 4 1 7 1 C'c'ello 2b 3 1 4 Lopez c 3 0 Mnngo p 2 xChapman 1 0 0 0 'crklns p 0 0 0 0 Totals 32 5 2 4 1 2 NEW YORK--5 · AB H PO A Moure If B 1 Ryan 21) 3 2 3 Terry Ib 5 Ott rf 3 Jackson ss 4 Walking cf 3 Verges 3b Richards c 3 1 Fltzs'ns p 3 0 3 8 0 2 1 1 0 1 6 0 2 3 Totals 3 3 1 0 2 7 1 1 xBatted for Mungo in eighth. Brooklyn : .000 000 000--C New York 100 022 OOx--t Errors, Frey, Mungo; runs batted In, lackson 2, Ryan, Terry; two base hits, Ryan. Jordan, Richards, Frey; sacrifices Fitzsimmons. Jlyan; double play, Frey U :ncclnello to Leslie; left on bases. New York 10. Brooklyn 6; base on balls, of igo 3, Fitzsimmons 1;. struck out, by Fttzslmnqnns 4. Mungo 3, Perkins 1; bits off Mnngo 9 In 7 Innings, Perkins 1 In 1 hit by pitcher, by Mungo (Watklns): los pitcher, Mungo. Umpires, Quagley Moran. Time, 1:58. BOSTON -- t AB H PO A Urb'skl ss 4 1 5 3 Mowry rf 5 0 1 0 Jordan Ib Berger cf R. M're If Whit'y 3b M'M'US 2b 3 Spohrer c AVorth'n 5 0 1 5 111 2 0 0 0 ,2 0 4 1 1 2 t 4 5 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 n o o Hogan Cantwell p 3 0 2 2 :Lee 1 0 0 0 Barret tp 0 0 0 1 Totals 35 9 27 15 PinLAI'ELI'inA--5 A B H P O Bartell ss 4 1 2 Ruble rf 5 Oana If 4 Hnrst Ib Allen cf Todd c 4 Jeffries 2b 2 Hopkins 3b 1 0 0 zFullls 1 1 0 Cblozza 3b 0 0 0 Holley p 4 1 0 Totals 33 11 30 1 2 0 0 5 4 012 4 4 5 4 2 2 0 4 xBatted for Spohrer In ninth. xxBattcd for Cantwell in ninth. xxxRan for Worthlngton in ninth. zBatted for Hopkins in sixth. Boston 021 000 001 Philadelphia 010 000 210-Errors, L'rbanskl, Ruble 2; runs batted In McManus, Spohrer, Jordan, Urbanskl, Fuf Us, Holley, Allen, Ruble; two base hlti McManus, Urbanski. Ruble, Allen, Worth Ington, Bartell: sacrifices. Wbltney, Jei fries, Chlozza; double Plays, Jeffries t Hurst, Kartell to Jeffries to Ilnrst, Baric to Hurst, Urbanskl to McManus to Jordan '- Urbanskl (unassisted); left on bases. Bos ton 8, Philadelphia G; base on balls, of Cantwell 2, Barrett 1, Holley 6; struck by Cantwell 1, Holley 1: hits, off Cantwe 9 In 8 Innings. Barrett 3 In 1 (none out I tenth): losing pitcher. Barrett. Umpires, Big ler and Stark. Time, 2:05. CEiClNNATI--6 AB H PO A Slades s s 5 1 0 2 C'm'sky If 4 3 1 0 Bt'ml'y Ib 4 2 12 0 Hafoy ct 4 1 4 0 Koenlg 3b 4 1 Plet 2 b 3 0 Shiver rf 4 0 O'Frrell c 4 2 5 D'ruigcr p 1 0 0 2 Benton p 0 0 0 0 Brcnnan p 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Stout p Lindscr p Kolp p aL'bardl 1 bMoore 1 cFlowcrs 1 Totals 36 9 24 10 ST. LOUIS--10 AB M PO Martin 3h 4 1 0 Rothr'ck rf 5 2 0 Frisch 2b 4 2 2 MedW.ck If 5 2 2 Collins Ib 4 2 9 V. Davis c 4 3 5 Delancey c 1 0 2 Mills c f 4 1 3 DT'cher ss 5 1 2 J. Dean p 3 2 2 Grimes p 0 0 0 Rhem n 0 0 0 d C . Davis 0 0 0 aCrawford 1 1 0 Totals 40 17 27 1 aBatted for Derringer In ninth. bBatted for Brennan in sixth. cBatted for Lindsay in elshth. dKan for V. Davis in seventh. ellatled for Grimes in seventh. Score by Innings: Cincinnati 000 lot 100-St. Louis 030 210 40X--1 Errors. Hafey, Kocnlg, Martin; runs ba ted In, Collins. V. Bavls - 2, Durochc Koenlt, J. Dean. -Medwlck, Bottoroley Shiver, O'Farrcll 2, Martin 2, Rothrock two base hits. V. Davis, -Mills, .1. I»cai O'FarrclI 3, Collins: three base hit. Med wick: homcrun, V. Davis: sacrifices, Collln Comorosky: bases on balls, off Breanan Stout 1, J. Dean 2: struck out, by Derrlnge 2. Brennan J, J. Dean 5. Llndscy 1. Rhe 2: hlls, off Derringer 8 in 4 Innings, Bento 3 in 0 (none out In fifth), Brennan 0 In Stout 6 In 1 1-3. Lindsey 0 In 2-3. Kolp In 1, 3. Dean 9 In 6 1-3. Grimes 0 in 2- Rhcm 0 In 5! hit by pitcher, by Undse (Frisch): wild pitch, i. Dean: passed bal V. Davis; winning pitcher. Grimes: losln pitcher. Stout. Umpires, Klent and Stewar Time, 2:2". Clemensen Badly Injured in Baseball Tournamen MANLY, May 1.--Ernest Clemen sen, third baseman on the Man! high school baseball team suffered severe kidney injury in the fin game of the Worth county tounu ment. His condition is somewhat im proved at the present time. The in jury came ajs a result of a collisio with a baserunner. DERBY FAVORITE - - By Jack Sords 235 SINGLE, 798 SERIES GOOD FOR OP FLIGHT RANK lows in Final Frame Are Harm to Total Set by Mason City Kegler. A change in the standings, with M. "Chuck" Collins of Mason Ity going into fourth place, was egistered as four more bowlers oiled their scores in the Lyons eaners bowling classic at the Stodard alleys here Monday. Collins led the field for the day ith a 235 high single and a 798 otal, losing a chance at second lace by a pair of blows in his last rame. The classic managers, Fred E. Vail and Wilmer R. Lyons, are lanning to bowl a pair of shifts on Wednesday night, the first at 8 'clock, and the second at 9:30. Dvery bowler who wishes to bowl las been requested to notify Fred iVall, at the alleys. Saturday and Sunday will be aken by out of town bowlers, the managers announced, and local men ire expected to bowl before the veek-end. Scores of Monday were: M. Collins, 104 J35 201 168 798 Max Baer Discovers He's Wolf in Sheep's Clothing Surprise Cooked Up for Camera in Big Battle. By EDWAKD J. NEIL. NEW YORK, May 1. (.«--Max Baer, who'll swap you a good light hand any time for a clever theory, has discovered suddenly that he's a wolf in sheep's clothing, a Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde, or something. Maximilian Adelbert prides himself in the fact that thinking is not one of his favorite pastimes, so this new conclusion leaves him marvel- ling a little at himself, astonished no .ess than he expects Primo Camera to be when they fight for the heavyweight title here June 14. No More Thinking. "Understand this," he insists, "one thing I'm not going to do in this fight is think. I promise. I ju^t use my natural ability. But I got a plan. I'm going to surprise that big guy and then I'm going to knock him out in four or five rounds." Briefly this subtle transformation is as'follows. Baer made a motion picture with Camera last fall aad he was joking all the time. The huge champion saw nothing but his playful side and Baer suspects Primo considers that's the only side he has. Whereupon the strategy immediately becomes obvious. "You see?" says Baer hopefully. When the first bell rings I come out scowling. I grab him and wrestle him around. I say 'Come on you big bum, this isn't any moving picture.' "I'm a Jekyl and Hyde, see? I figure that'll ruin Camera/Huh?" Remember the Promise. His manager, Aucil Hoffman, who is' a kindly man, merely said: "Please, Max. Remember what you promised about thinking." Baer, apparently in fine condition after a brief exhibition tour, arrived here yesterday with 13 pieces of baggage and his entourage, includ ing his little IS · year old brother, Buddy, who is six feet six inches tall, scales 256 pounds, and will spar with him whenever he decides to train, probably at Atlantic City. The curly-headed challenger swore he wouldn't see another night club, his favorite parking space, until after he was champion of the world-roughly 11 p. m. June 14, according to his own prediction. He hasn't given up entirely that section of his career dedicated to providing American femininity with stifling heart throbs--it's merely a postponement. Mclntire Organizes for Baseball Season McINITRE, May 1.--Mclntire organized its baseball team last week for the season. A. B. Shipton was chosen manager. The boys sponsored a benefit dance at the I. 0. O F. hall Saturday night, music being furnished by the "Tigers" of Decor-, TI)M(I al Cohlmm ,,. ah. ' Kan. City nt Mil'ker. FRESNAN STOPS TERRY IN THREE Young Corbett Stages Kayo Battle in Comeback Bid for Middle Crown. SAN FRANCISCO, May 1. (/P)-- itripped of his welterweight crown ess than a year ago, Young Corbet of Fresno stood out today as a chal enger for the middleweight titl with a three round knockout ove Young Terry of Trenton, N. J., writ :en into his comeback record. The sturdy Italian southpaw vhose welterweight campaigning ended abruptly after a one roum knockout by Jimmy McLarnin, mad a convincing bid for recognition ir the 160 pound division with hi smashing win last night over an op jonent who has met and defeate' some of the best middleweights i: the country. A terrific left to the body sen Terry down for the full count afte :wo minutes and 31 seconds of fight mg in the third round of the sched uled ten rounder. The knockout came just after furious exchange at close range Corbett had won the two precedin rounds by cleaner and sharpe punching. The Fresnan weighed pounds with Terry coming 156 pounds. 1531 in a Rake Defeats Leland by 8-2 in Friday Contes RAKE, May 1.--Rake high schoc baseball team defeated Leland hig school here Friday by a score of I 2. C. Knutson, pitching for Rak allowed 1 hit, while he and hi mates gathered 11, including homerun, a triple and three dou bles. RESULTS NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn 0; New York 5. Chicago 8; Pittsburgh 0 (12 Innings), Boston 4: Philadelphia s (10 Innings). Cincinnati 6: St. Louis 10. TUESDAY'S GA.MES Br'klyn at N. York. Boston at Phll'phl ChTgo at Pltts'rgh. Cln'ati at St. Lou AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland 10: Chicago 20. St. Louis 7: Detroit 2. New York 7; Washington 4. Philadelphia 6; Boston 2. TUESDAY'S GAMES Cleve'nd at Chicago. St. Louis at Detro N. York at Wash'n. rhlt'phla at Bosto AMERICAS ASSOCIATION Milwaukee 6: Kansas City 5. Colnmbns 7: Toledo 0. Louisville 7: Indianapolis 3. St. Paul 10; Minneapolis 2. TUESDAY'S GAMES Ind'oli* »t Loifvli St. Paul at Mln'ol Errors, Gaichoase, Uhalt; runs batted In, orter, Holland Z, Avcrlll 2, Vosmlk 4, Troi- Bonura 6, Simmons 2, Applln; 3. Dykes, imnibcr.lii 3, Hayes 3, Jones; two base ts, Averlll, Vosmlk, Trosky, fiordagary, nunons, Appllng, Hayes; three base hit, namberUn; homeruns, Vosmlk, Holland, onnra, Simmons, Cliamberlln, Hayes; stol- base, Simmons: sacrifice, Bordagnry, -- -i; double play, Appllng to Hayes to Boura; left on base, Cleveland 8. Chicago 7: ase on balls, off Pearson 2, Galehouse 1, ee 1, Bean 2, Jones 2: struck out, by earson 2, Jones 3; hits, off Pearson G 1-3, C. Brown S In 2-3 (none out In ourth), Gatehouse 2 in I, Lee 0 In 1, Beai In 3, Jones 0 In G, HcvlnK 8 in 3; balk, ·t; hit by pitcher, by 1'earson (Dykes); Inning pitcher, Jones: losing pitcher, Fearn. Umpires, Ormsby and Gelsel. Time, as. Mason City . . «s Davey, Mason City . . eo. Squlers, Nora Springs . C. Stoddard, Mason City .. 200 171 160 168 698 190 150 181 159 689 143 187 128 171 639 Vlanly High School to Rest After Busy Week MANLY, May 1.--The Manly high chool baseball team will enjoy ·eek of comparative inactivity after busy week. Four games were layed, the Manly team winning hree and losing one. Grafton was efeated 4-2, Fertile 8-2 and Elma -7. The Kensett team was victori- ua over the Manly team in the final game of the Worth county tourna- nent with avscore of 1-0 in an extra nning game. Hansen of Manly held he Kensett team to 1 hit, but errors in the outfield proved the mar gin of victory for the Kensett team ?enold of Kensett was touched fo: i hits. Each pitcher struck out 15 men in the 8 inning game. joeders, Sathers Plan for Third Ring Battl EMMETSBURG, Hay 1.--Jolting Joe Goeders, Enimetsburg heavy weight, will meet Earl Sathers Hinneapolis fighter, at St. Paul May 4, in their third ring encount er this year. The bout, scheduler for a month ago, was postponei when Goeders broke his right hand Each fighter has won a decision the two previous bouts. Nex week's fight will be for eigh rounds, as the main event on th card. Day's Stars By Associated Press. Fred Flttslmmons, Giants; Blanke Dodgers nith fire hlta. Gabby Hartnett, Cubs: Drove In three runs. Including winning one* against FJ rates with homer, double and single. Paul Andrews, Browns: Stopped Tigei with eight hits. Bill Ruble, Phillies: His single ID tent drove In run that beat Braves. Charity RuffIn«, Yankees: Pitched an batted Yankees to victory over Senaton clouting homer with two on. Virgil Dayls, Cardinals: Contrihate homer, double and e'ngle to attack Reds. Al Simmons, White Sox: Founded Indian pitching-for homerun, double and single. In the Ring By Associated Press Philadelphia: cieto X^catelH, 137, Ital outpointed Benny Bass, 133 PhlldeJphi (10); Hurry Serody, 138, Philadelphia, ou pointed Lew Feldman, 133, New York, (JO Paul Plrrono, 162, Cleveland, outpoints Ken OverUn, 158, Norfolk, Va., (10). Boston: Patsy Peronnl, 184^. Bosto knocked out Johnny Konnscati. ISO 1 /-, Ne York, ( 2 ) ; Jackie Davis. 141^:, Bosto outpointed Honey Melody, 137V-. Bosto (10); Jose Rodriguez, 171, Qttincy, Mass outpointed Bush Trscey, 173 Everett, Mass (10). Chicago: Adotph Water, 184, Green Bi Wis., stopped Ernie Evans, 1~6, Mllwauki ( 6 ; Danny Neenan, 14ly~, Chlcag stopped Jack MeCarten, 137V±» Cednr Ra Ids, lotva, (5). STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Fct.l W. L. PC Chicago 10 2 .833, Brooklyn 5 6 .4 New York 8 3 .727! St. Louis 4 7 .36 Boston 6 5 .Mfl. Cincinnati 3 8 .S Pittsburgh S H ..".Oil; Thlla'phla 3 8 .2 AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pct.l W. L. PC New York '7 4 .6361 Boston 5 6 .4 Detroit C 4 .6001 St. Louis 4 B Cleveland I 4 .558,1'hlla'phla i ". .4 Wash'gton r, 6 .5001 Chicago 4 6 .4 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION W. L. Pct.l W. I.. Pr Minn-polls ! 3 .7501 Milwaukee » « Ind'apolls 6 , p .5451 Kan. City K 7 .4 LouJstfllc 6 5 .5451 ColambUft 4 B .4 Toledo H 5 .500:81. P»ul 4 7 .3 AMERICAN LEAGUE BOX SCORES MONDAY'S GAMES LEVBLANB--10 AB H FO A c e r t 3 0 1 1 ) 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 3 0 P ean p Porter link olland rf 3 2 0 U rerill cf S 3 6 0 imlk If 0 3 1 0 rosky Ib B 1 t 1 a l e 3b 3 0 1 0 oore 2b 2 0 3 1 encer. c 2 nlck'r ss 4 ·rson p 1 Brown p 0 ilen'se p 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 V iirnett 2b 3 1 1 0 Totals 40 14 21 4 CHICAGO--20 AB H PO A B'g'ray rt 5 2 0 0 Uhftlt c f 6 2 1 0 Bonura I b 6 2 1 8 1 Slm'ons If 6 3 3 0 Appllnc ss 4 2, Dykes 3b 2 1 4 1 Ch'b'lln 3b 3 2 0 Hayes 2b Shea C Jones p Bering p Totals 42 18 27 17 xBatted for Bean In nlntb. evcland 000 102 205--10 401 943 OOx--20 T. LOUIS--7 AB H FO A lift 3 b 3 2 1 0 ·rat c f 4 2 3 0 urns Ib cpper 11 1 7 1 1 ip'll rf 8 2 (cllllo 2b 8 emsley c 4 nnge 3 1 0 ndrews p 4 0 0 3 Totals 37 13 27 12 DETROIT--2 AB H PO A Roiell M 4 1 S 5 Gehr'er 2b 4 Cochrane c 3 2 3 3 Gosllii It Walker rf 4 Green's Ib 3 Fox cf Owen 3b 0 0 0 1 111 1 3 0 5 0 3 1 1 Ron-e p 0 0 0 HOESBlt p 2 1 0 zDoljack 0 0 0 Total* 30 8 27 16 t. Louis 301002100--: Detroit 100 001 000--2 Errors, KoKcll, Goslln, Walker, Fox; rum atted In, Pepper 1, CUft 2, Mellllo, Camptell, Cochrane. Goslln; two base bits, Rogell lurni, Mellllo, Hemsley; three base hits lampbell; sacrifices, Bams; double plays loelirane. to Bocell, strange to Burns. Gehr .neer to ftogell, Andrews to Strange Burns, Rogell to Gehrincer to Greenberg Vest to Strange to Bums; left on bases Detroit 6. St. Louis 8; base on balls, of Rowe 2. Hogsett 2, Andrews 4; struck out y Rowe 1, HoEsett 2, Andrews 2; hits, of Rowe 4 In 3. Hogsett 9 In 6; losing pitcher Rowe. Umpires, Morlarty, Hlldebrand an Kolls. Time, 1:49. MASON CITY NINE LANS TREK FOR MATCH AT ELMA ake Mills on Schedule in First Contest Carded for Mohawk Team. Mason City high school's county lampion high school team, which ·on its laurels by defeating Rock- ·ell 6 to 3 Saturday afternoon at .oosevelt stadium, will go up gainst Lake Mills, Winnebago cunty champion, in district tour- ament competition this week. Elma high school's diamond will e the site of the North Iowa dis- rict to which the Mohawks will ravel. Pairings for the Elma tour- ament were announced Tuesday lorning by Supt W. H. Tate of lima. Three Draw Byes. The list shows byes for Decorah, Dunkerton and Tripoli, Winneshiek, Black Hawk and Bremer county hampions, respectively, Decorah roa its championship by defeating 'ort Atkinson in a post-tournament _-ame. Fort Atkinson won from Calmar in the final round of tour- .ament play. Elma, Howard county champion- hip outfit, will meet Farmersburg n the first round, the latter club neing the Buchanan county top- anker. Fayette, champion of Faytte county, will play Kensett, vhich nosed out Manly to take the Worth county title. Nashua, Springs Meet, Nashua, which gained a cham- 'ionship in Chickasaw county by defeating Fredericksburg 9 to 7, vill play Nora Springs, the latter lub having won the Floyd county itle by steamrollering Marble Rock 6 to 6. Postville will meet Sheffield in a ontest that brings the Allamakee and Franklin county representatives ogether. The tournament will begin Thursday, and four games will probably ie played on that date, Superin- .endent Tate announced Tuesday. The time schedule for the tournament was to be completed for announcement Wednesday. HILADELPIIIA--6 AB H PO A Varst'r 3b 4 :nuner cf 4 'ole T an rf 6 Foxx Ib 3 2 0 3 0 14 Hlgglns 3b 4 1 1 Finney If 4 2 1 rlcNalr ss 4 1 3 Berry c 3 0 1 1 C'c'eUa p 2 0 0 1 Kline p 1 1 0 2 Totals 36 12 27 18 BOSTON-- 2 AB H PO A Bishop Ib 4 1 10 Werber ss 4 1 0 Morgan Ib 4 2 1 1 R. J'son If 4 1 " ReynMs ef 3 Solters rf 3 Ferrell ! 3 zSeeds 0 0 0 Walters 3b 3 0 1 zz.Icdge 1 0 0 Welch p 3 1 3 2 0 1 2 0 0 O'm'ller p 0 0 0 Pennock p o 0 0 zzzCooke 1 0 0 Totals 33 9 27 2 zRan for Ferrell In ninth. zzKan for Walters In ninth, zzzfiutted for Pennock In ninth. Philadelphia 000 001 032' Boston 000 101 000-Errors. Bishop, Ferrell, Warstler 2; run batted In. Coleman, Cramer. Foxj, IllgRlns Finney, Solters 2; two base hits. Solters Morgan, Fcrrell; Ihree base hit, Coleman eruns, Hlsglns, Finney; stolen ba Foxx; sacrifices, Cramer, Kline; doub plays, Higgins to Warstler to Fosx, McNa to Warstler to Foxx, Welch to Bishop : Morgan, Walters to Ferrell to Walters t Bishop; left on base, Philadelphia 7. Bosto 7; base on balls, off Cascarella 3, Oste mueller 2; struck out, by Cascarella 1, Welc 2; hJts, off Cascarella 7 In 3 1-3, Kline 2 ' 3 3-3, Welch 11 In 7 2-3. Ostermneller 0 I 2-3: winning pitcher. Kline; losing pltche Welch. Umpires, Owens and McGowen Time, 2:08. NEW YORK--7 AB H PO A Ho'g cf-rf 4 3 1 0 3 7 0 6 2 Cro'cttl 55 3 0 3 4 Ruth r f 5 1 2 0 Combs c f 0 0 0 0 Gehrlg Ib 4 Chap'n If 5 Lax'crt 3b 4 Dickey Jor'ens H'ff'er 2b 3 0 3 3 Rnf'ng aLary Totals 3112 27 10 c 3 1 3 1 c 0 0 0 0 p 4 2 0 1 WASHINGTON--1 AB H PO Kuhel Ib a 3 13 Myer 2 b 5 2 4 Man'sh If 5 2 2 Cronin ss S 0 1 Schulte cf 3 I 2 Stone rf Travis 3b 4 2 0 Berg Whlteh'l 2 0 4 1 5 p3 0 0 Russell p 1 0 0 Thomas p 0 0 0 Totals 37 1127 aBan for Dickey In ninth. Score by Innings: New York 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 4 -Washington 100 102 000--* Errors, Russell, Ruth 2; runs batter I Manush, Gehrig 3. Travis 2, Berg, Dlcke Ruffing 3; twn base hits, Genrig, Meye Travis. Manush, Dickey; three base h Lazzeri; homeruns, Gehrlg, Ruffing; saci Hces, Crossettl, Heffner, Crossettl; doub plays, Berg to Kuhel to Cronin, Trails Myer to Kuhel; bases on balls, off Ruffli 3 whitehlll 3, Thomas 1: struck out. Ruffing 2, Whitchlll 0; hlls. off WhlteW 8 In 7 2-3 Innluis, Russell 3 In 1-3 (no oat In eighth). Thomas 1 In 1; wlnnli pitcher, Russell; losing pitcher, Russell. Tj plres, Summers and Ulnneen. Time, 2:15. Officials Officials at Elma are to be C. E.' Johnson of Parkersburg and E. W. Fisher of Shell Rock, it was announced. Other North Iowa teams will move to the south for their district meeting. Bristow is carded to oppose Burnside, Dows will meet latnbridge, Wellsburg will meet Radcllffe, and Luther will play Ferguson In a tourney at Radcliffe, Hardin county champion town. Bristow in List. Bristow defeated Greene 5 to 4 to take the Butler county championship, WeUsburg is Grundy sounty champion, and Dows won in Wright county. Northwest Iowa towns will meet at Mallard, with the home school playing Rock Valley in the only first round game. Byes were drawn by Armstrong. Arnold's Park, Cv With, Laurens, Rossie, Sauborn and Titonka. Taylor Is Manager. i Supt. L. C. Taylor of Radcliffe ' will manage that tournament, and the manager at Mallard will be Supt. R. F. Vanderstoep. Other tournament sites will be Leon, Lewis, Rockwell City, Solon and What Cheer. One North Iowa town will go to Rockwell City to compete in the tournament managed by Supt. T. G. Burns. Bode is scheduled to meet Arcadia there in the first round. Cracked Arm Puts Tate Out of Meet ELMA, May 1.--A cracked arm. received in a Saturday baseball game with Manly high school, was added to the heavy accident list of the last week-end, and left Elma high school without the services of Fae Tate for the district tournament. Tate was one of the main cogs in the district champion basketball team here during the last winter season. The injury will put him out of baseball for three weeks or more. Manly won the contest, 8 to 7. Hanlontown Wins 31-8 in Contest With Joice High JOICE, May 1.---The Hanlontown baseball team played here Monday afternoon against Jpice high and won 31 to 8. Joice was to play at Fertile Tuesday. MILO STEINBORN WRESTLING Friday Night u S,S iy 4--STAR HEAVYWEIGHT BOUTS--4 2 Falls Out of 3! MILO --vs.-- ALAN STIENBORN EUSTACE 210 Lbs. 230 Lbs. Including Tagfison, Turnure, Camera, Topas, Hader. Prices, 40c and 50c. Ladies, Kids 15c Plus Tax

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