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/ * ft-J ----- GRAND NATIONAL; SETS NEW MARK English Bred Hone Coyer* Course ia 9 Minutes, 34 Seconds. -, AlNTREEl, England,-: March 27. CSVfQrakle, English ' bred. and owned .steeplechaser today won the grand national steeplechase. '.GfegalacK was second and Annan- Jale third. , Gregtilach, great Irish Jumper .won in 1929. It was a clean sweep for/Great Britain. . American Entry large. f h American horses were stains t 32 from the rest of orla. ·The 1 winner -is owned "by CV R. Taylor, la nine years old and carried ·161 pounds over the gruelling four mile 660. yard course over the 30 difficult jumps. Jockey R. Lyali had the leg up on the -winner. ;Gregalach Is owned by Mrs. Gem- meil and Annandale by Lady Glen- app. · Ryhtlcere, by the" American, ' Victor Eraahuel, was fourth. Swift Rowland, owned by Mrs. Beatty. one of the American owners, was hilled when he fell at Beecher's brook -the first tine ' around the course.' His jockey escaped serious MANRIQUIZ, BORK DRAW 6 ON LEGION CARD FROM T R A I N I N G CAMPS injury. Refuses to Jump. May King refused the first jump and Swift Rowland, Mrs. Chester Beatty"s jumper, fell at Beeeher'a brook the first tune around. :Sir Lindsay, one. of John Hay Whitney's two' entries: and co-favorite with' Easter Hero, fell. The time of .the race,was nine minutes, 3t seconds, a record for tho. course. '.· American, horses finished seventh and eighth, R. K. Mellon's Glangesia leading M.' D. Blair's Great. Span across the finish In that order. '· ·"' Grakle won by one and one-half lengths ·with 10 lengths separating Gregalach and Annandale. Easter Hero Fails. Easter , Hero, . Jock Whitney's By THE . ASSOCIATED PRESS ROBINS AND VANCE STILL APART ON SALARY MIAMI--The Brooklyn Robins and their star pitcher, Dazzy Vance, .still ore $2,000 apart on the question of the Dagger's salary. President JFrank York said his offer remained unchanged at $23,600 for the season while Vance refused to reduce from his $25,000 demand. BABE RUTH EVENS AFFAIRS WITH FOES ST. PETERSBURG, Slsu--Babe Ruth Is nothing if not fair with his .baseball enemies as well as friends. The House of David' collection of bearded warriors who furnished the opposition for the last Yankee exhibition game here · this season, appeared with a "recruit," Shortstop Heller, who lacked the customary whiskers. Tha-Babe evened things up, however, by playing with, a full set of false foliage'attached to his chin. McGRAW PLEASED WITH TRAINING RECORD SAN ANTONIO, .Tex.--One of tha most pleasing aspects of the New York Giants' spring training record--to John McGraw at least-has been the fact that no disciplinary measures have been necessary : so far. Said baseball's Iron-man "During the entire training season not one player has reported late fo work." SOLJUE CARTER PLEASES CONNIE MACK WITH WORK .GREENSBORO, N. Car.--Sollle .Carter, former Alabama Polytech nic pitcher, has made a favorabl impression on Manager Connl Mack, of .the Philadelphia. Athletics and will be given every opportuait *- great fencer and favorite to' win, . jfell .when only three Jumps :from hCKQ36« : The crowd which saw the race was a record-breaker, some estimates placing the count as high aa 325,000, among- them thousands of fashionably dressed women. This Grand National Is the first -'in ilstory ,to; : b« l^wlred for sound." t XiOud speakers 1 were installed thru which the radiocast comments on th^ race and the music were picked lip and broadcast to the crowd; ' '·hundreds -of r tal«b.U.;'«nd -Mi r taljhU;: ubfrUttyA to make good with the world Cham pions. · · · CUBS LOSE EIGHTH GAME TO MINORS, SAN FRANCISCO -- Manage Rogers Hornsby started the Cu practice game season with a quot calling for a sweep of all contests Even a good sized winning 'margi would have been satisfactory, ou the results have not even amounts to that. The Cuba loat to San Fran clsco Thursday, making'·' eight d f*aU by minor l«agu« club*. KLEIN MAY BE PLACED N MARKET SOON JACKSONVILLE, Fla.--Reports were In . circulation Friday that Jhuck Klein, slugging outfielder of the Phillies, Is to be placed on the market unless he soon signs the con- Tact offered by the club. Th a reports lacked confirmation. Klein has asserted he will not sign unless he ia given *U,5QO for 1931. The Phillies re understood to have offered him 12,500. * * * BOTTOBJLEY BEATS COLUN'S TIME AT FDIST BRADENTON, Fla. -- "Sunny im" Bottomley apparently has suc- :essfully repelled the challenge of Jimmy the Ripper" Collins for the egular first base. Job with the St Louis Cardinals. "Bottomley is himself again," ifanager Gabby Street commented. Friday. "He la doing everything right." But Collins, a slugger and sensational fielder, will be kept around for emergency duty. * * * REDS CATCHING STAFF HEADY FOR SEASON TAMPA, -Fla.--The -Cincinnati Heds' catching staff appears 'to bo n first class condition again. Bob Asbjomson has recovered from a lame arm and Is ready again to take his turn. Clyde Sukeforth will carry the burden this season, with Asby and .Lena styles ready to do relief work. ·' » * BUCKY HARRIS TREES QUARTERBACK SYSTEM LOS ANGELES--Bucky Harris is ''quarterbacklng" the Detroit Tigers by calling out numbers instead of tilting his cap or stroking his chin to signal from the dugout this year. Spectators back of the Detroit bench can hear shouts of "44-28-83-hlke." "The other fellows never will get on to them, either," said the Detroit manager. * * * FTOLER KNOCKS STICK FROM HAND WITH SPEED BILOXT, Miss.--Art Fldier, the lanky Canadian hurler. Is showing the Washington Senators a speed ball with a nasty hop that regulars »ay "will knock the,»tiek out of your hands.'! Krieger Whips Nelson; Jobe Beats Anderson; Stewart Kayoes West Hines Knocks Out Tebben and-Johnson Chills Garcia in Prelims; Nelson Beats Kline. GLOBE-GAZETTE DECISIONS Albert Manriquiz, 127, Atlantic, drew six with Al Bork, 123, Carl Krieger, 180, Mason City, outpointed Spin Nelson, 161, Austin, Minn., In «!*· , , -. , Kid Jobe, 145, Mason City, outpointed Tuffy Anderson, 145, Charles Gordon Stewart, 142, Dows, knocked out (technical) Maxle West, 141, Waterloo, In third.. JOhnny Hines, 162, Mason City, knocked out Tursren Tebben, 153, Xaaawha, In second. .. Ralph Johnson, 184, Albert Lea, Minn., knocked out Max Garcia, Carl Nelson, 1Z7, Austin, Minn., outpointed Vallle Kline, 129, Graf- ° ? l*wl» MJraey, 127, Manly, outpointed Pete Horgen, 128, Northwood, In three. Chris Kraemer, 148, Mason City, In three, Joe Kelly refereed all bouts Swaledale, outpointed Jimmie Boyd, 149, BELIEVES IN MIRACLES · EF JACK EOBDS · to England from sou them'Franc* for tbo race. / · - ; ·;,;; '-.'.; . ,. :v: ····I CHICAGO WOMAN LEADS IN SOUTH if Miss Van Wie Shoots 73 for Seren-Stroke Lead in . : Mid-South Meet. SOUTHERN PINES, N. Car., March 27. Iff)--A dazzling 18-holts found of 73, 16 strokes belter than 'women's .par, gave Miss Virginia Van WIe, graceful -Chicago links- woman, a seven-stroke lead today ; at · the. midrway point In the mid- south medal play tournament. ·· ;i 'Ready to start 1 the final 18-hole ; round, as'runner-up to the Chicago .'girl, was Miss Edith Quier, Read- ·;ingr, Pa v who garnered an 80. Thursday. , . ' . - . ' ' . ' · ':,.. Thfee, strokes back were Mrs. O. 8. Hill, seasoned Kansas City links- woman, and Miss Beralce Wall, Oshkosh, ^ls. They both turned in identical'cards of 42-4}i-a3 for the ·first rcnind. · ' . l , ' BY ONE STROKE Goes One Under Par in 18 Hole Round in North, South Open. PENEHURST, N. C., March 37 (# --Joe Turnesa, young New York pro, held a lead of one stroke over his nearest rivals Friday after the first 36 holes of the north and south open golf tournament. Turnesa added a 70, one under par, and a 72 In the 18-hole rounds of ThursSay for 142, better than any of the rest of the field of 132 could do,.with $5,650 in prize money to drive them on. ' ; Next were Bobby Cruiehshank, the steady shooting Soot, and Wlffy Cox, who had 36 hole score of 143. Sixty-four had, 158. scores or better to qualify for the last 38 holes today. ' ' . . . . Strung out behind the leaders were Johnny Golden, . Noroton, Conn,, with J.M; Mamaroneck, N. Johnny Farrell, Y., and Billy ' BWIMMERS; SET FOR . NATIONAL PRELIMS CHICAGO, -March · 27 -;:fjF)-- ^ i only one defending champion back | to make another bid, 75 of the coun- ,lry's best college swimmers Friday jiight were to splash and 'dive thru ·preliminaries of the national swimming championships at the Lake 'Shore Athletic club. " ' : : -L George Kqjac, toe .Rutgers veter- JBun, holder of ' the world record for the 150 yard backstroke, is the defending titleholder, and is figured to repeat his triumph Austin- Clapp of of last year. Stanford, who Burke, Greenwich, Conn., with 145, and Freddie Hyatt, Charlotte, with 146. placed second in the 220 and 440- yard events last .year, will be back and should move up to champion- ahip ranking. . ' .- . rAVORTTES IN HANDBALL, SEMIFINALS. . MINNEAPOLIS, March 27. Four of the 'favorites for the national A. A. U. handball singles championship were In the semi-fl- nais Friday at the Minneapolis Athletic Club courts. ' ·" · "· · -.Alfred Banuet; "San - Francisco, the champion, had a formidable opponent in Al Hobelman) Baltimore,' I Another Baltimore challenger, George .^Nelson',- who . probably' vrill meet ' Bahiiet in the finals Satur- · day, Is pitted against Angelo Tru- llo, New York, in the other semi-' .-final. The tournament ends^Baturi day- Teams Enter in Late Division of Boyvling Congt'esj BUFFALO, N.' Y., March 27. UP)-Sixty but of town^eams including three .of the fastest of the countn were scheduled to perform In. the American Bowling congress tourney tonight. Hoffman Tires, Cleveland captained by Skang Mercuric, Col llnwoods of Cleveland, and Ma Jestics, also of Cleveland, winners o all high score medals, awardec yearly by the A. B. C., will perform on the late squad. The leaders: Five Man Event J. William Thbrson, Chicago, 283 Parkways, Brooklyn, 2836. Two Man Event, Rafferty-Rellly, Philadelphia, 1316 Kemper-Schonaker, Indiapolis 1287. s . . . Singles. 1 · Clack, Erie, 712. ' ·Daw, .Milwaukee, 711. ' All Events. Mauser, Youngstown, 1966. Day, Louisville, 1918. , Jim. Corbett- taught boxing to Ita neck. Tex RIckard showed * the game how , to wear the right clothes'. Now if only some one would , come along and teach that sport and wrestling how to behave! CARDINALS SETTLE DOWN TO ROUTINE WORK i BRADENTONi Fla.--With no ej hibltlon games carded until Sunda the St. Louis Cardinals Thursda settled down to the. routine of tw practice sessions daily. Maoag Gabby. Street plans to give conside a'ble'-'thot to left field, for whic Ernlo Orsattl appears the-leadin candidate. M AKING his first appearance in Mason City's ring Thursday nigh Alfred Manriquiz,'Atlantic Mexican, fought bis way to a draj with Al Bork, Nashua flash of many battles here, in six round of fighting that was satisfactory in every round to another o£ tfc large crowds that have attended the American Legion drum ccrp. shows tnruout the late winter months. Rollie Hughes, Mason City, challenged the winner of the main. go. , Good bouts, with no unusual upsets, but filled, with bard slugging, marked by three knockouts, comprised the card of 42 scheduled rounds. Five rounds were cut from the bill by the knockout route. - · MANR1QUIZ-BORK Stepping out to take hi« opponent oft guard wllh promptnwi of one King Tut, Al- ir«d Manriiuli piled up «.;lead la the open- Ing round ol the bout Ul*t took the Nashua flash m o t t o t in* match to eraae. Th« Mex- lan worked faat with both handi flying from the »ouni o« the flrat.gong. Boric wu forced to cover up during most of the round -while the Mexican worked on hl« rtb». In O» wand round, lh« -pair broke.»P«rt and went Into tm* last action, with Bortc appearing- much better »n4 uilnr hU left to ·om* juivanlaje. No damage.-WM done ana ai£!d£. .with - nelthei; op- tut, Andereou tried to lay the Negro battler on the canvas In the final round but only laid himself open for a cut over the eye. Jobe took three rounds and drew three with Anderson. SANDMEN DEFEAT DECKERS IN TWO (6yds* Team Wins 2 From Oakland-Fontiacs; High 'Honors Go to Johnson. Friday's Schedule. Chapln Q'NeU Coal company vs. Allen Cafe on alleys 1 and Z at 8:15. FalsUff Pale v«. Champlln Refining; on alleys 8 and 4 at 7:45. ' Standard Oil League. Iso-,Vlj v*. Atlas Tires on .alleys 6 and 6 at 7 o'clock. Red Crown Ethyl v». Perfection on alleys 7 and 8 at 7 ofclock. The Ideal Sand and Gravel cow- any beat Deckers' lowanas in two amea out of three and the H. C. ioyd company won. two from the Oakland-Pontlac five In Thursday venlng'a bowling in the straightaway league. R. Johnaon was high all around with 256 for a single and 637 for a three game total. Oakland-Pontiacs B.. Duncan 186 192 161--53» Eauclalre .... 167 170 181--618 Ferman 188 213 146--547 184 126--174 169 156--505 pdnent having *» «d«e. . . " · * ' · ' · · . · / · Borfc made '*. ·Iron* comeback- in the third. hoir«Yer, by opening a broadiide ot tnukht» to th« llcxlcan'i mtdiKtlim »nd clotlnj »be barnge bjr. a n«ht upptr cut to M»nrlijult' f»c«. The Atlantic boy played tho rapes »nfl dinced about In a way that toon won Bork down, however, and Uio round closed with BorH'a defense much closer, WHh 'ho opening at the fourth round, Boric clipped «ome abort right! to the Mexi- can'a face and ruahed hta opponent for an opening. The exchange .of blowi was oa nearly even terms near the close of tho round, tho, a« the Mexican retaliated. Folk's left shot out for some terrific upper cuts btfon the hell. The fifth left the pair all even, after each In turn had rocked the other wllh right upper cuts that carried dusk wltn them. Bork moved his arms with a. free action while the Atlantic puncher wrestled In close for his defense. : Tho Bork covered a lot of thn Mexican's work, the downstats ooy was too fast rot him at the cloie. Manriaulz was putting In the-punches but not aa decisively aa at the start. Manricjulz took two rounds of the bout; Bork two and the pair drew two. STEWART-WEST Two rounds with the Down threahlns- machlne, was all that Kaxte West of Waterloo could stand. Gordon Stewart, the comedy boy of many tragedle* here, knocked out West In 25 necondj of the third round of their scheduled «Ix round bout tho he '·cbulaVf~" I «n only a technical. A..right uaitr't'ttt'tB -tftt · iaT» tor--two- counts ilowed up W«st 10 tecondt after the round hsd started. Another like blow and the Waterloo boxer was down for the count. His seconds threw In the towel on the count of nine when he showed little signs of rlstng. A right to West's Jaw put htm thru the ropes early In the Initial round. Stewart worked fast and plenty on tho Waterloo boxer's mldsectlon. In the second round, West was down on his knees for a count of seven. Stewart's continued driving to West's aslar plexus weakened him. The bout -was Stewart's from the first. KRIEGER-NELSON HINES-fEBBEN ,/OEW Joseph V. McCarthy, new manager of the New York Americans, doesn't believe the old adage that baseball "miracle men" bloom but once. McCarthy Is a freshmun manager as far as the American league Is concerned. But ho has had live years In tho National as Chicapfo Cub pilot. When Joe took hold of the Windy City Baby Bears in 1926 they were a lost place outfit. He built them. Into a pennant winner by 1929 and when he resigned the reins late last season the Cubs wore league champions with a. chance of repeating. . That made McCarthy, In tho eyes -of the baseball world, a miracle the- ' GIRLS' TEAMS IN SEMIFINAL PLAY FOR STATE TITLE Aplington, Avoca Paired; Audubon Set for Centerville. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS RESULTS Centerville 20; Whittemore 19 (overtime). Audnbon 85; Ida Grove 12. ApHngton 19; Deep River 12. Avocn 27; Laniont 9. SCHEDULE (Consolation) 3:30 p. m.--Deep River vs. Lamont, 8:40 p. m.--Whittcmoro vs. Ida Grove. (Semifinals) 7:30 p. m.--Aplington va. Avoca. 8:40 p. m.--Audubon vs. Centerville. DES MOIRES, March 27. 0?)-Four teams remained in the running for the girl'a state high school aasketball championship Friday as ihe finals tournament swung Into its second round. Audubon, the hope of western Iowa for the state title, and Centerville, pride of the southern portion of the state, were slated to meet at 8:40 tonight In what was expected to decide the probable winner. The "dark horse" contenders, Aplington and Avoca, were to go into action at 7:30. Wrecks Ida. Grove. Audubon proved its power by wrecking the touted Ida Grove sextet 35 to 12 Thursday night. Dorothy Rucker and Imogcne Mc- LaughHn, forwards, exhibited deadly basket eyes and ran up 14 field goals. A staunch Whittemore defense nearly stopped Centerville's drive to the title, holding the southern Iowa aggregation to a 19 to 19 tie at the end of the regular playing time. A free throw in the overtime period, however, gave Centerville the margin. Aplington Stops Deep River. Aplington stopped Deep River's long passing attack to gain a 19 to 12 victory. Deep River made a determined drive In the third period, but slowed up in the final quarter as Apllngton drew away. In the other contest, Avoca had an easy time winning from Lament 27 to 9, after running up a 16 to 4 lead at the half. -man.. Hug-gins' championship Yankee team, Joo is attempting to rebuild that outfit Into another pennant winner. If he does, ho niay be the first miracle man to repeat. McCarthy is nearlng his forty-sixth birthday. He was born in Franklin, Pa., April 21, 1886. He began playing ball with Bradford, Pa,, in 1905. By 1808 he was In the American association with Toledo. Joe became Louisville manager in 101D. After piloting the Colonels to two pennants he was asked to come to Chicago. McCarthy's career Is unique In that ho has not played a slngln game In either tho American or National league, but has managed clubs In both major circuits. -Faaa from every lowirtottow«^/* ,their teams to Des Moines, Center/ ville being- represented by the larg-l est group, coming in a 30-caf motorcade. A crowd estimated at 2,000 persons saw the night contests. FIGHT RESULTS 1 Johnny Hines, Clear lAke, knocked out Turgen Tebben, Kanawha. In one minute 40 accoBda of the second round ot Lhelr four round- preliminary. Thirty seconds be- fora this, a rlsnt to the Jaw slowed up Teti- bcn. As he met Hines Again, a. short right to l!i« Jaw folded him up like a jackknife and left him on the floor for tha count. The pair gave a good exhibition the flnl round, tho Hfnes had tho decision. iVm. Duncan . .164 F. Duncan ....ISO Totals . 895 918 770 2583 H. C. Boyd Bowling Co. Nemmers .... .181 169 201--551 Barber ..171 204 201--67S Adams .......164 202 166--532 Bey 187 189 165--541 Lee 167 172 185-^24 Totals 890 936 918 2721 Deckers' lowanas Swafford .....172 161 160--493 Gashe! 148 181 143--i70 Snook 199 189 - 162--530 MacDonald ..,193 108 181--542 Kolb ..166 168 147--4B1 Totals 878 867 793 2538 Ideal Sand Gravel Co. Pusch 137 Whalen 199 Gaylord 136 Stenner 190 R. Johnson ....173 Claiming a foul In the second round of the nemlwlpdup, Spin Nelson, Austin. Minn., took hla sole round ot the six round bout with Carl Krleser, Mason City, by a fairly wide margin. Whether he was fouled badly could not be seen by tho n:fere« or officials because of the position of the boxers when the blow w«« otruck, but to all appearances It was low. Nelson was given a two minute rest and the round TWS credited to him. The baa punch came after Krieger had carried Nelson thru * first-round draw much after tho manner of a man handling a sack of potatoes. Nelson tried his old tactics of carrying the fight from the flnt. Krleger was coul enough to push Kelson away In his John L. Sullivan style and wait for the beef- killer to wear Mmself out. Nelnon worked well after the questionable blow and helped his lead In the round. He landed several clean blows near the clone of the round and forced Krleger to come out In the third to tap Nelson's Jaw wllh several Jabs to. order io take the round. Nelson stayed In cloae enough during the fourth round so that Xrteger was helpless with the Austin mauler's style of Inflgbt- Ing. Tho exchange of race tapping was about equal for the pair In both the fourth and fifth rounds. Krieger was slowed up by being careful with his blows which were aent downwards often by tho ducking oC Nelson himself. Nelson was landing blows during both rounds. Xrteger used his lift on Nelson In the final round .to good advantage. Tho the Mason City boxer carried the last round, he could get nowhere with the rolling tactics of the Minnesota meat boy. Krteger toolc tho third and last rounds and, drew the others wllh the exception ot the second. He. piled up enough points to give him the bout regard- leas of the Questionable blow which -was evidently unlntentlal and not serious. JOHNSON-GARCIA Substituting for Alex Qetta, Manly. Max Garcia of the same town, ran Into a knockout at tile hands ot Ralph Johnson. Albert Lea, Minn., In the fourth round of a scheduled four round prelim. A left, to the Jaw slowed up the Mexican tor a count 6« 8 but five seoiitds after the gong sounded. Five seconds later, a right on th« head sent Qarcla down for.the count ot 10. Garcia started the bout with hla wild wallop that has a kick In It. but Johnaon covered too well to take It. For two roundi the Mexican showed punch. Johnson was down early'In the second for 7 counts but came back and dropped the Manl battler twice before the round was over. A right to the head sent the Mexican down for 3 counts'In the la'.ter part of the. third; a left to the head floored him for 9 counts and another sent him thru the ropes for a count of 5 as the gong saved him. Dempsey Says He Will Meet Wills Any Time Claims No Contract Existed' but Will Fight if Money Is Put Up for Bout. NELSON-KLINE . Carl Kelson, Austin, Minn., woo two rounds of a. four round preliminary from Vallle Kline. Oration, (o take the declllon. The pair drew .the other rounds.. Tho Kline was the aggresaor at the alart, Nelson dodged the hard ' punching Grafton mauler enough to wear him down. Nelson slipped to his knee In the opening round lor no count and set Kline on the ropes near the close of the round to even matters. Kline got tangled In the ropes as he played them In the second. Nelson was the aggressor thniout this round and the fourth. Kline stayed with his opponent but was unable to land his blows near the close. Totals .. 835 922 2642 LOUGHRAN SET TO MEET GRIFFITHS. CHICAGO, March 2T. (ff--A match with Jack Sharkey assured the winner, Tommy Loughran, master rlngman from Philadelphia, was to engage the rough Gerald Ambrose Griffiths of Sioux City, in a 10 round battle at the Chicago stadium Friday night. JOBE-ANDERSON Kid Jobe, Mason City's battling Negro, beat Tuffy Anderson, Charles City. In a second match of the pair Jobe flrat beat Anderson on the card two week« ago. The pair went on u av'silballtute bout at that time and surprised the fans In a four- round encounter of high order. Thursday, Jobe beat Anderson EJ bad in a. alx round rematch. Tho Anderson was back for revenge, the fast, hard punching ot Jobe soon put thf carnival boxer in place and the Negro took a lead In the second round by a. fair roar- gin, Jobe UJied both flats land kept cool. In the third round. Anderson opened with a barrage of Jabs to Job*'* ciM*ect)on. Jobe waited his chance and caught Anderson -with hla right, followed by a left to Anderson's Jaw. The round closed, even with Jobe Ihe Aggrejjar. The last, three rounds were faster than th-t first with Jobe the "head man" In all. In the fifth round especially. Jobe pommeled Anderson on both the face and heart. Wlfh the art and nclence of a tcrpslchoreaa ar- OPENING ROUNDS Lewis Maney, Manly, outpointed Pete Horgan, Northwood, In a. three-round preliminary. Maney hAd the edge tnruout the bout. The pair stlntd up more realn than a couple of fighting game-coiks could scatter dust In a farm yard. A left to Horgan'* face dropped him In the opening round anil Maney continued 7,1th his well-timed left thruout the bout. In the final round, Mantry pommeled h(« man on every corner of the ring. Chris Kraemer, Swaledale, outpointed Jlmrale Boyd r Mason City, In the. opening three round bout. Kraemer ha/1 a wtckerl left that grew better as the bout -wors on. Boyd took the opening round but Kraemer took the other two: Boyd'a right failed him Jn the second, Boyd wax on hlj Xnee tor 5 counts at the bell. CHICAGO, March 27 Jock Dempsey today turned . back the suit of $500,000 damages, filed against him by the Chicago Coliseum company for alleged breach of contract to fight Harry Wills when Judge H. Sterling Pomerdy directed the jury to render a verdict of acquittal. CHICAGO, March 27. (IP) -- Jack Dempaey's retirement may become a forgotten announcement if representatives of Harry-Wills take him at his word. During the testimony of Paddy Mullins, manager of the Negro heavyweight, during the $500,000 breach of contract ' suit against Dempsey, the former champion cried out, yesterday: "Let 'em put up the money. I'll fight him right now." The Coliseum cliib; of which E. B. Clements is president, is suing Dempsey for failure to meet the New York Negro before Dempsey lost / his title to Gene Tunney In Philadelphia back in 1926. Dempsey claims that no contract existed since the Coliseum club failed to make an advance payment of ?125, 000 to bind the agreement, Clements, on hearing Dempaey 1 statement, retorted that he wouli raise the money and that Dempsey would receive 5300,000 by August i he meant what he said about fight ing Wills. Dempsey insisted that h was ready any DEMOLAY TOURNEY CIJNTON, Iowa--Lefty Martier, Mollne, 111., technically knocked out Bobby Vernon, Chicago, (6); Henry Falogano, Des Moines, and Glen Camp, Kewanee, 111., draw, (10). First Round: Charlton 28; Eagle Grove 21. Holatein 16; Cherokee 15. Clinton 37; Leon 24. Monticello 19; Corydon 15. Ottumwa 43; Council Bluffs 10 Davenport 21; Valley. Junction 1 Carroll, Des Moines, Fairfiel Jefferson, Marion, Muscatlne, Spen cer, Washington, Boone and Den son drew byes. Second Round: Boone 34; Denlson 18. EXHIBITION BASEBALL By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ORLANDO, Fla. -- Philadelphia A) 4; Cincinnati (N) 0. MIAMI--Brooklyn (N) 6 1 Toledo AA) 5. FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla.--Bufalo (IL) 11; S-, Loula (A) 10. ST. PETERSBURG, Fla._New ork (A) 5; House of David 0. SAN ANTONIO--San Antonio TL) 12; Chicago (A) 10. LOS ANGELES--Detroit (A) 11; ittaburgh (N) 10. SAN FRANCISCO--San Francia- o (PCL) 4; Chicago (N) 3. Making Professor Einstein a chief, topi Indians failed to understand ae theory of relativity and renamed tie professor "Great Relative." If hey had understood the theory bet- er, they'd have named him "Great "uzzle-Maker." -- Worcester Telegram. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BETHLEHEM, Pa.--Pete Latzo, Scranton, Pa., outpointed Rattle Klcllne, Phlllipsburg, N. J., (10). AT BURLINGTON--Lawr e n c e Anderson, Rock Island, S h a d y Tommy Bambrought, Springfield, 111., ,(10); Jack Bunzinger, Burlington, outpointed Farmer _ Miller, Rock Island, ( 6 ) ; Ray .tseetner, Burlington, knocked out Sailor Nelr son, Davenport, ( 2 ) ; Farmer Fedrick, Burlington, scored a technical knockout over Bud Hetz, Burlington, (4); Earl Hingst, Burlington, knocked out Max Cole, Burlington, (1.) ROMPT CORA COAL t7 Ail P cr ton at «J ' .UU cash PHONE 888 Fireside Fuel Co. BASKETBALL OLSON'S TERRIBLE SWEDES Claimants of the World Championship. Season's Record: Won 97, Lost 1. vs. GILKERSON'S UNION GIANTS Winners of 55 out of 59 Games This Season. MANLY HIGH SCHOOL See Monday, March 30 PRELIMINARY GAME, 7:30 America's Only Backhand Passing C.lub Eh, 3408 ai * tsen and Maude Beach. .Canada that way," he anawered.

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