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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 24 1936 Globe-Gazette free baseball school to run for five week-ends during April and May for North Iowa boys. ETTE "Cerro Gordo county high school baseball tournament scheduled at stadium May 1-2; district track meet May 16. HOLDOUT FORCED ON DODGER BOSS Stengel Wanted No Part of Joe Stripp This Year, Higherup Did. By EDDIE BRDETZ Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK, {/!)--"The esthetics" Is the latest tag they've hung on the not-so-hapiess Mackmen . . . the Pullman company reports a sell-out of private cars for the Kentucky derby . .. some of the original Canzoneri horn tooters have changed their minds after waching Jimmy McLarnin work out . . . Canzoneri still is the favorite here, but Jimmy is a 2 to 1 cSoice. in Chicago . . , Bill Werber began' his speech at a basketball dinner with. ''Gentlemen- and umpires." * * * Heard in the press box at Ebbeta field: one of the three warring factions which 'controls the · Dodgers virtually forced Joe Stripp on Casey Stengel . . . Casey had said many times he wanted no part of this year's seeded holdout . . . also, that stuff about a pipe of peace was strictly the bunk . . . Bill Terry fell hack on one of John McGraw's old stunts and asked for extra police .protection for Dick Bartell during the Dodger series, even though Dick is on the shelf with a game leg ... flatbush fans could have saved those jeers they gave Terry . . . he hag a bad head cold and didn't even hear the firecrackers. * * * Alabama's infield, hailed as one of the fastest in collegiate, circles, has made eight twin killings in five games so far ... Charlie Grimm's ailing back has started kicking up again, so he's benched himself until warmer weather ... a one-armed twirler served 'em up for the Cards in batting practice the other day ... the Beds lug 83 bats around the country . . . beginning to use them, too ... it's the biggest assortment of war clubs in the majors. * * * Bill Tilden says there is too much Jack Crawford on -the Australian team for the U. S. Davis cuppers . . latest story on Pop Foster is that he hired a flock tif amateurs to spar with Jimmy McLarnin . . . then paid them off with three neckties apiece . . . said he didn't want to endanger their amateur standing . . . what the boys said was something else again . . . Trainer Hirscb. Jacobs has averaged better than a winner a day at Jamaica so far ... that' Hal Scfcumaciier appendicitis threat gave- the Giants their worst scare since Hank Leiber signed up at Arizona. * *... * What did Burt Ingwersen, Northwestern baseball coach, do when Eino Haysker, star third sacker, stole third with the base occupied? . . . he fell off the bench--no kidding . . . James J. Braddock and Max Schmeling met at a publishers' luncheon, talked about their families, then adjourned to watch action pictures of a Joe Louis fight . . . Max has averaged two movies daily since reaching New York . . . John Henr v Lewis made a big hit with Chicago fight fans. YOUNGSTERS TAKE BOSSES' OLD JOBS (Continued From Page 9) three other National league pilots, Charley Grimm of the champion Cubs, Frankie Frisch of the . St. Louis Cardinals and Pie Traynor of the Pittsburgh. Pirates. Grimm started at first base but since^then has kept his youthful replacement, Phil Cavarretta, busy. Traynor, who probably doesn't want to take chances in chilly weather, has been conteat to leave the third basing chores to Harry Lavagette. Frisch. has been very much in action at the outset .of his eighteenth season and hopes to play another full campaign. Jimmy Dykes, boss of the Chicago White Sox, is another who seems to have the secret of long playing life. He started his nineteenth season at third base, as dean of the American league playing list, ana expects to stay there. Cochrane Wants Work. Cochrane, although handicapped for the time being by an eye ailment, figures to catch at least 100 games for the world champion Tigers. Jimmy Wilson, 35 year old catcher-manager of the Phillies, also is very much on the active list Circling the big league bases: Based on their comparative starts, Lefty Grove and Wes Ferrell of the Red Sox have a better chance of registering 50 victories, combined, then the brothers Dean of SL Louis. The count is 4 to 1 in favor of the Boston pair so 'far . . . Don't sell the Tigers short on their April showing . . . they were in last place at this stage of the proceedings a year ago ... Harry Leroy Kelley, who stood the Red Sox on their heads Thursday for dear old Connie Mack, is no youngster, although a rookie in major league company ... he was born 30 years ago in Vanndale, Ark., and won 23 games for Atlanta in the Southern association last season. Northwestern Out to Get First Victory on Diamond EVANSTON, HI., (IPs--Northwest- ern university's baseball team seeks its first Big Ten victory of the season as the Wildcats meet Illinois at Roycemore field.' Northwestern, after winning four straight practice games, lost two conference tilts to Iowa last week. National Boxscores Thursday's Games PITTSBURGH-- I AB H PO A Jensen If 4 0 5 0 P. W'er rt 4 1 3 0 Hnfcy e f 4 1 2 0 Lava'to 3b 4 0 1 4 Youn£ 2 b 3 0 0 2 1'adden c 4 , 2 1 0 Blrkofer p 3 1 0 0 iTodd 1 0 0 0 CHICAGO--2 AB H I'O A Galan c f 4 1 4 0 Herman 2b 4 1 1 2 Klein r f 4 1 1 0 Hartnett e 1 1 o 0 Demaree If 4 3 3 0 C'v'ctta Ib 4 2 8 1 Hack 3b 4 .turn* s French 0 2 1 Totals 33 6 24 10 Totals 33 9 27 C xBfttted {or Blrkofer In ninth. Pittsburgh .000 010 000--1 Chicago 020 000 OOl--3 Errors, Blrkofer, Hack; runs batted In, Jensen, Cavarretta, Hack; two base hits, Hafey* Padden, Blrkofer, Dcmaree Z; double play, Herman to Cararettn; Je/t on bases, Pittsburgh 8, Chicago 8: base on balls, off Blrkofer 1, off French 3; struck out, by Blrk- ofer 1, by French 3. Umpires, Klem and Sears. Time, 1:48. . RrDXATHIA -- 5 AB H FO A oKxa cf 4 2 7 0 Watklns If 5 4 1 0 Allen rf o 0 1 0 Camllll Ib 3 0 14 0 Haslln .11) Norrls ss Wilson c Gomez 2b Walter p Johnson p I 1 4 2 0 1 2 3"0 4 0 0 2 3 0 0 6 1 0 0 1 BOSTON--3 AB H PO A C'c'art 3b 4 1 2 3 .Moore rf Urb'skl si Lee If Bcrprr cf Jordan Ib 3 1 2 0 4 0 1 0 4 0 3 0 3 1 (i 0 4 0 4 1 CoVelli 2b 4 1 3 0 Lopez c 4 1 7 1 Brown p 3 0 0 3 zMoriarty 1 1 0 0 Cnntwell p 0 0 o 0 Totals 37 B 27 10 Totals 33 6 27 8 zBatl«d for Broivn In eighth. Philadelphia 000 200 01Z--5 Boston 000 000 021--3 Errors, Haslin, TJrbanski; runs batted In, Norrls 3, Watklns 2, Coscarart 1, Moore 1, Cucclnello 1; two base hits, Watklns, Coscarart, Moore, Bergcr, Lopez; bomeruns, Korrls, Watklns; stolen bases, Chloxza, Moore; double May, Norrls to Camllll; left on bases, Philadelphia 7, Boston 5; base on balls, off Waiter 2, off Brown 2; struck out, by Walter 2, by Brown 5, by cantwell 1; hits, off Walter 5 In 7, off Johns'on 1 In 2, oil Brown 7 In 8, off Cantwell 2 In 1 Inning; winning pitcher, Walter; losing pitcher, Brown. Umpires, Ballanfant, Kenrdon and Bnrr. Time, 1:54. ST. LOUIS--« AB H PO A Moore c f 4 3 5 0 Frisch 2b 0 1 1 4 J. M'a 3b 8 2 5 1 Medw'k If B 3 1 1 Colll's Ib 5 1 7 2 Davis c 5 1 4 1 aS. Mar'n 0 O'ffTOd'l C Gelh't ss King rf P. Dean p 2 hMlze 1 0 Ryba p 1 1 0 0 4 1 1 0 5 2 3 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 Totals 4515*2910 CINCINNATI--8 AB H PO A Cuj-ler c f 6 3 Kamp's 2b 4 1 cChapman 1 0 0 0 Trcve'w 2b 0 0 1 Herman If 5 1 3 0 Rlggs 3 b 4 1 0 5 Good'n r f 5 2 0 4 ) Campb'l c 4 2 3 1 McOn'n Ib 5 1 14 0 Myers S B 6 2 2 6 Dcrrln'r p 3 0 0 2 Totals 4112 30 20 *Two oat when winning run scored. aRan for Davis In ninth. bBatt«d for P. Dean in eighth. cBatted for Kampoarls la ninth. Score by Innings: St. Xoois ;............005 loo 020 i-^-e Cincinnati ..010 030 100 3--8 Summary- 1 Errors, Moore, Davis, KariiDoa- rls, Meyen; runs butted in, Moore, J. Martin 2, Collins, King 2, Cnyler, Biggs, Goodman 2, Campbell 2, Myers 2; two base hits, Moore, J. Martin, Medwlek 2, Davis. Gelbert, Cnyler; three base hit, Goodman; home- runs, Goodman, Myers: sacrifice hits, Moore, P. Dean, Derringer: left on bases, St. Louis 13, Cincinnati 7; bases on balls, off P. Dean 2, Derringer 2: struck out, by Ryba 4, Derringer 3; hits, off P. Dean 9 in 7 Innings, Byba 3 In 3: wild pitch. Derringer; balks. p. Dean, Derringer;, passed ball, Campbell; losing pitcher, Ryba. Umpires, Qnlgley, Moran and Magcrkurth. Time, 2:22. NEW YORK--3 AB H PO A J. M're If 5 1 1 0 Whit'd 2b 5 1 4 Ott rf Leiber cf Terry Ib Jack'n ss Mancu'o Martin 3b 4 Schnm'r p 2 aDanning 1 Coffm'n Smith p 4 1 2 0 4 2 3 0 4 1 » 0 4 2 2 5 4 0 5 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 O i l 0 0 Gambert-p 0 0 0 0 BROOKLYN--t AB H PO A Bord'y ct 5 1 2 0 Hass'tt Ib 5 2 12 0 Frey 2 b 3 0 2 2 Lljid'm If 5 1 1 Bucher 3b 3 2 1 R. M're rf 1 Eckh'dt rf 3 hTaylor 0 ne'ehty ss S Berres e 4 cGa'reatix 1 Ciark p Bntcher p 1 . 0 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 3 2 2 1 7 1 1 0 0 1 II 1 0 1 Totals 38 8x2315 Totals 30.1230 9 xTwo out when .winning run scored. aBarted for Schumacher in eighth. bBattcd for Eckhardt In tenth. - cBatted for Berres In tenth. Score -by innings: . New York 000 000 00! 1--3 Brooklyn 000 101 000 2--1 Summary--Errors, Schumacher; runs batted In, Eekhardt, Geraghty, Jackson 2, Ott, Bncher, Gautreaux; two base bits, Whitehead. Terry, Hassett; homerun, Ott; left: on bases, New York 7, Brooklyn 11; bases on balls, off Schumacher 3, -Coffman 1, Smith 1, Clark 2; struck out, by Schumacher 3, Coffmnn 1, Clark 6, Butcher 1; hits, off Schumacher 8 in 7 Innings, Clark .7 In 8. Coffman 2 in 2,. Butcher 1 In 2, Gumbert 0 In 1-3, Smith 2 In 1-3; wild pitcher, Schumacher 3: winning pitcher. Butcher; losing pitcher. Coffman. Umpires, Pfirman, Stewart and PInelli. Time, 2:32. .. The Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PKESS AMERICAN Batting--Gehringer, Tigers, .484. Runs--Averill, Indians, 10. Runs batted in--Dickey, Yankees, and Trosky, Indians, 14. Hits--Travis, Senators, 16. Doubles--Dykes. White Sox, Powell, Senators, Rolfe, Yankees, Gehringer, Tigers and Travis, Senators, 4. Triples--Averill, Indians, Lewis, Senators, Cramer, Red Sox, Walker, Yankees, Clift, Browns, and Greenberg, Tigers, 2. Homeruns -- Dickey, Yankees, Trosky, Indians and Foxx, Red Sox, 3. Stolen bases -- Werber, Red Sox, 3. Pitching--Grove, Red Sox, and Rowe, Tigers, 2-0. NATIONAL Batting--Terry, Giants, .533. Runs--Herman, Cubs, Bucher, Dodgers, Cuyler, Reds, Moore, Giants, 11. R u n s batted in -- Lieber, Giants, 11. Hits-r-Moore, Giants, 17. Doubles--Herman, Cubs, T. Triples--Moore, Giants, Bucher and Hassett, Dodgers, McQuinn, Reds, 3. Homeruns--Klein, Cubs, 4. Stolen bases--J. Martin, Card- Hnals, and Hack, Cubs. 3. Pitching--Gumbert and Hubbell. Giants, Bcngc, Bees, French, Cubs, and Hollingsworth, Reds, 2-0- POLICE GET LAST WORD IN 'RASSLE Risacher, Buchanan Tell Off Rowdy Heavies After End of Local Contest. Capt. Leo Risacher, aided and abetted by Detective James Buchanan of the Mason City police force, won the real decision at the armory 'rassling show Thursday night when he "read the riot act" to a pair of chastened 'rasslers for causing a near riot in a match which reached its most exciting moments after the final bell. Leo Alexander and Homer "Bearcat" Wright were the culprits who were the 1 victims of Risacher's wrath after the bout as he berated both athletes for resorting to extremities in Texas rules 'rassling-- extremities which might have resulted in injuries to the spectators, the police captain said. It all really started after the final gong when Wright,' butted out of the ring by Alexander, who already had the winning fall, climbed back in with fury in his manner and began slugging the surprised former Notre Dame wrestling coach. Leo Loses His Temper. Losing his temper, Alexander chased Wright out of the ring and into his dressing room' where the two men went at it in a regular street brawl, Alex even throwing a barrel which glanced off the Bearcat. The fighters were stopped by Legion officials and police as the entire crowd began stampeding the improvised dressing rooms, even bowling over temporary walls in the rush. That was not the only time that trouble threatened, however. Once during the first fall, when Alexander had butted Wright out of the ring the Omaha wildroan challenged a stoutish spectator who was giving him the bronx cheer. When the onlooker' eagerly peeled his coat for action, Wright hastily climbed back into the ring. The main go had started out as a great exhibition of wrestling despite its crude finish. Both men applied punishing holds and both displayed the ability to break out of the most intricate positions. Alexander had the edge and won the only fall of the go by flattening Wright with a right hook to the stomach during an old fashioned slugging bee after both men had abandoned wrestling in favor of 'rassling. Alexander gave the Bearcat a flying mare and followed : up- with a double arm stretch to tame him in 37 minutes. No Civilities Exchanged. No civilities were exchanged in the latter part of the match as both went out with blood in their eyes and resorted to Texas rules. Leo had the best of the roughing and was butting Wright out of the ring at the climax. The other bouts were of a very ordinary type of 'rassling as Walter (The Hero) Logan of Salt Lake City pinned Ivan (The Villain) Pa- dubney of Russia in 17 and 14 minutes in the other half of the main event. The acting in this meller- drammer couid have been improved upon, padubney had the best of the groaning and grunting but Logan was really brilliant in his great "anguish" scenes, even awakening a few of the customers. Cowboy George Mollott of Texas was pinned in 12 boring minutes by an old veteran, Tag Tageson of Mason City, with a short arm scissors. Paul Turk and Billy Schober, Jr., refereed the bouts. MANAGERS, HIRED HANDS ARE HAPPY (Continued From Page 9) es he had been wearing on the sidelines because of eye trouble, and led his champions to a 10-0 win over the Browns. He got two singles. Gehringer and Greenberg got three hits each and Goslin two. Paul Gets Shower. The Reds won by 8 to 6 as Paul Dean went to the showers after allowing nine hits in seven innings. Paul Derringer, ace tosser of the Reds, was nicked for 15 Dingles himself. Harry Kelley, a rookie from Atlanta, gave the Philadelphia customers a ray of hope concerning the rebuilding plans of Connie Mack. He outlasted Wes Ferrell, who went only four inning's and then went- on to win his ball game, 9 to 1, alk-w- ing but three hits. It was Kelley's first major league victory and but for Jimmie Foxx's third homer of the year he would have had a shutout. Johnny Allen held the White Sox to seven hits for a 6 to 0 shutout in his debut at the Cleveland Indains' home park. Bats Win for Yanks. Heavy stickwork gave the Yankees a 10 to 6 win over the Washington Senators. Larry French won a pitchers' duel with Ralph Birkofer as the Cubs nosed out the Pirates 2 to 1. The Phillies defeated the Boston Bees 5 to 3 with Leo Norris and George Watkins driving in all of the Phillies' runs. Will Give Play May 5. DECORAH--The Campus players, organized two months ago by Luther college and the Decorah college for women students, will present its opening play "Jonesy" on Tuesday, May 5. The play is a three act comedy. The title role will be played by Hubert Nelson, a freshman. Ruth Gordon of Chicago, will play the feminine lead. American Boxscores Thursday's Games CHICAGO--l A« H TO A Kadellff n 5 : » 0 Krcevlcb cf 5 0 2 1 H a m Ib 4 2 9 0 Wns'ton rt 4 Appllng ss 2 0 2 0 Plet SlM'n c Wlitte'd p Phelps P. xStumpf Wyntt p 1 4 3 1 1 3 31 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 I n o Totals 33 1 24 14 CLEVELAND--6 AB II I'O A K'k'bVr «» 4 1 3 3 HttBhm 2b 4 Avcrlll cf 4 Vounlk l( 2 5 2 ? Trosky Ib Hale 3b Curopb'l rf Pytlak c Allen p II 2 0 4 1 7 1 4 1 0 TolHln 30 10 27 8 xBnttrd tar rliclpn In leventh. xxBatted for Wyntt In ninth. Chlwo 1)00 000 000--0 Cleveland «° m 00*--* Ernir, Appllnt; run, butted In, Averlll 2, Tnuky 2. Hale 3: two base HIM. .Hale, Hmclifx, Avtrlll, Iraikyi uto'en base, Campbell; uncrlflcen. Vonralk, Allen; double plays, 1'hclps to Appllnt to Haa«, Krcevlch to Plet to -IpptlnK; left on baswi. Chicago 11. Cleveland 0: band on hnll». off. Allen 8. off Whitehall 1. oft rhtlpn J; ·truck out. by Allen 6, by 1'helpj 1; hit*. of( \Vhltchcad 4 In 1-3, off I'helpn 5 In 5 3-3. olf Wy»tt 1 I" 2 Innlnc"; pa«»«i ball, Fytlak: loilnc pitcher, whltehead. Umpires, Johnston, Kolls and Owen. Time, 1:05. BOSTON--1 AB H I'O A 0 4 0 5 1 0 1 Almnda rf Cramer cf 4 Mnnuuli If 4 Foil Ib 3 2 McXalr ss 4 0 Werber 3I 3 0 R. F'rell « 2 0 Dickey c 1 0 Mellllo 2b . 1 0 3 2 W. F'rcll p 1 0 0 0 Henry P 1 1 0 2 iCOTke 0 0 I) 0 TolaU 30 321 8 0 0 2 2 2 1 2 0 0 II fHILATHIA--I) AB H PO A Flnney Ib 3 1 13 1 Moses c f 4 3 0 0 Johnson If 5 0 3 0 PVelll reter« 3b 2 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 3 Wnrjt'r 2b 4 S 1 2 N'nome ss 4 1 1 2 Hayes c 4 0 6 Kelley p 4 1 1 2 Totals 34 10 27 12 Boston 000 010 000--1 Philadelphia. 103 TOO OOx--0 Errore. Almada, MeNnlr, W. Ferrell, WflrsHer; runs batted In, Foil, Uljr^lns, Johnson, Warstlcr 2, Puccinelli. Peters, Newsome; t w o ' base hits, Pisednelll, flnney; three base hit, Henry; homcrun, Foxx; stolen bases. Flnney, .Moses; double play, Cramer to Mcilllo to McXalr; left on bases, Boston 4. Philadelphia H: base on balls, off W. Ferrell 4, off Kelley 2; struck out, by W. Ferrell 1, by Kelley 3; lilts, off IV. Ferrell S In 4. off Henry 2 Jn 4 Innlnjrs; loslnp pitcher, W. Ferrell. Umpires, McGoivan, Qulnn and Ormsby. Time. 1:48. DETROIT--10 AB H PO A F o x r f 5 1 1 0 Ciichrane c K 2 fi 0 Ocnr'cr 2b 3 3 3 4 Gr'nb'K Ib 5 3 10 1 Sim'ons cf IS 1 J 0 Goslln If 4 Rogrell KB Owen 3b Auker p 3 1 Totals 39 IB 27 12 2 2 0 S I 1 S 4 1 1 0 ST. LOUIS--0 AB H PO A I'.nrj ». 4 1 0 3 West c f . 1 0 3 0 Soltcrn If 3 1 3 0 B'fley Ib 4 0 9 0 Bell r f 4 0 3 0 CUIt .Ib 3 0 4 2 Carey 2b 4 1 4 1 Hemsley e 2 1 1 0 Giuliani c 1 0 0 Andrews p 0 0 0 0 Meola p 2 1 0 4 Thomas p 0 0 0 0 lEnnw; 1 1 0 0 Totals 31 6 27 11 zBatted for Meola In clshth. Detroit 530 100 001--10 St. Louis 000 000 000-- 0 'Error, Solters; runs batted In, Grecnbere 4. Simmons, Owen, Auker, Gonlln 2; two base hits, Meola, GreenbcrR 2, Gehrinccr, Ooslin, Solters; double plays, Lary to Carey to Bottomley. Resell to Gehrlnner to Greenbers 2, Bottomley (unassisted); left on bases, Detroit G, St. Louis 7; base on balls, off Auker 3, off Andrews 1. off Meola 3; struck out, by Anker 4, by Meola l: hits, off Andrews 5 In 2-3, off Mccla 8 In 7 1-3, off Thomas 2 in 1 Inning; losing pitcher, Andrr.ws. Umpires, Johnston and Summers, Time, 1:47. WASHINGTON--li AH H I'O A Hill If Lewis 3b Myer 2b Powell cf Travis ss Key'ds rf Kuhel Ib Millies c Weaver p aMIIes Chase p Bokinn p bEstalella Russell p cKrcss Copolla v Totals 38 12 34 10 5 2 0 0 . 1 3 0 1 4 1 5 2 5 1 2 0 4 1 1 4 4 0 2 0 4 2 9 1 3 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 II 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 o n i n NEW YORK--10 AB H TO A Rolfe S b 4 1 0 2 Jnhnson If 4 2 7 0 Selkirk r f 5 1 1 1 Gehrls Ib 1 1 Dickey c fl 2 Lazr,eri 2b 3 0 Walker cf 3 rros'tti K 3 X 0 4 0 7 3 0 0 0 0 2 Rufflne p 2 0 0 1 Klclnh's p 2 0 0 2 Totals 32 9 27 11 aBatted for Weaver in third. bBntted for. Boklna in sixth. cBarted for Russell in eighth. Score by innings: Washington "03 003 000-- « New 1'orlc 040 033 OCX--JO Summary--Errors, Rolfe, Myer; rnns batted in. Walker 4, Rolfe, Powell, Travis, Dickey 2, Kubel, Lewis, Myer, Selkirk 3; two base hits, Rolfe. Powell. Travis; home- runs, Walker, Kuhel, Selkirk: stolen base, Johnson: double plays. Laweri to GenrlK, Travis to .Myer to Huhcl: left on bases, New York 7. Washington 7: bases on balls, ott Weaver 3, Rufflns 2, Chase 4, Russell 1, Coppola 1; struck out, by chase 1. BoWna 1, Ruffing 1, Klelnhaus 1, Coppola 1; hits, off Weaver 2 In 2 Innlncs, Chase 2 in 2 1-3, Boklna 1 in 2-3, Russell 3 in 2. Coppola 1 in 1. Kuftlnc 11 In S 1-3. Klelnhaus 1 In 3 2-3: winning pitcher, Ruffing: losing pitcher. Weaver. Umpires, Gcisel, Hnbhard and Dlnneen. Time, 2:28. Grant-Surface Match Has Berth in Final for Stake WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W. Va., (.rP)--Bryan (Bitsy) Grant, Atlanta's Davis cup star, stepped out Friday against Hal Surface, Jr., high ranking Kansas City player, for the right to meet Don Budge in the finals of the Mason- Dixon tennis tournament. Budge holds one final berth by virtue of a shaky victory over Gene Mako, his fellow Californian and Davis cup teammate, 3-6, 6-4, 6-4. 6-4. Budge and the winner of Friday's match will meet Sunday for the spring tourney title., Wartburg Knights to See Action in Trojan Tussle W A V E R L Y--Wartburg college will open its 1936 football season with Estherville junior college as its opponent Sept. 24 at Waverly, and will meet Mason City junior college at Mason City Oct. 23, the schedule announced by Coach E. W. Hertel shows. Other games are: Oct. 2, Wisconsin Mines at Waverly; OcL 9, Waukon at Waverly; Oct. 16, Milton at Milton; Oct. 30, Northwestern college a.t Waverly; Nov. 6, Graceland at Lnmoni; Nov. 13, Dubuque, site i unselected. Max Schmeling Arrives for Bout with Joe Louis Joe Jacobs Max Schmeling Mike Jacobs Arriving In New York from Germany to prepare for his coming bout with Joe Louis, Detroit's "Brown Bomber," Max Schmeling, center, former world's he avyweight champion, is greeted by Joe Jacobs, left, his manager, and Mike Jacobs, right, matchmaker. (Central Press Photo) KAYSEEBLUES IN LOOP'S TOP SPOT Minneapolis Loses Second as Veteran Is Slammed Out of Pitcher's Box. CHICAGO, t.T)--The Louisville Colonels Thursday knocked the Minneapolis Millers' ace twirler, Ray Kolp, out of the box and went on to whip the titleholders 4 to 3 for the second straight day. · Kansas City whipped Toledo 7 to 4 and stepped into the association lead with six victories and one defeat. Indianapolis broke into the win column for the first time this season, defeating St. Paul 3 to 6. Bob Klinger held Milwaukee to seven hits as the Columbus Red Birds whipped the Brewers 3 to 0. 'our Chuckers Ready When Wartburg Opens Its Games WA VERILY--Engelbrecht a n d Williams, left-handers, and Herman ind Pfeffer, right banders, are the 'our pitchers available for Coach i;. W. Hertel's use against Ellsworth college of Iowa Falls when the iVartburg college nine opens its home season. Pfeffer, who hurled for Luther college of Regina, Sask., last year, was effective against Upper Iowa at Fayette Tuesday but the Wartburg nine lost its first game of the year 2 to 0 when the. Peacocks grouped hits for 'their runs in the third inn- OUT OF THE P R E S S B O X (Continued From Page 9) Christian to the Rose Bowl, was considered . . . Ike Armstrong of Utah . . . Clark Shaugnessy, who came to Chicago shortly afterward . . . Bernie Bierman, who moved from Tulane to Minnesota the same year . . . Bo McMillin, then at Kansas State, now at Indiana . . . Ossie Solem, who got the job, and was then at Drake, was not considered too strongly at first. Elmer Layden, who had gone out of his native state to attend Notre Darne, after a star's career at Davenport high school, was given only brief consideration . . . and in that statement lies the reason. * * # Odds and Ends . . . THAT WAS a good stc-ry about Fred Poc-Ie . . . Iowa State college's athletic wildman . . . who was kid- naped last Saturday afternoon an hour before he was scheduled to run for Delta Delta Delta in a sorority relays meet. Campus sororities were allowed to "pledge" track men for the day, and enter their teams in the track and field program. Poole got away from his abductors in Des Moines . . - chartered an airplane and was whisked back to Ames . . . where he ran and won in both the dash and hurdle events. * * * THOSE FACTS were all displayed on various sports pages last Sunday and Monday . . . but the fact that none of the big newspapers carried is this: The airplane that Boole chartered to fly from Des Moines to Ames was the same one which crashed, Sunday near the capital city waterworks . . without serious injury to its three passengers. * * * THERE'LL be no dispute over records at the Drake relays . . . it's the job of Isaac F. Neff, professor of mathematics, to check the track measurements annually. .He calls the members of his surveyin'g class into action . . . they begin at the starting line pegs, and check every inch of the distance around the oval The good professor has been doing the job since 1910. * * * THERE ARE plenty of girls in the Drake stadium who are jealous of the bronze-skinned athletes . . . especially those from Louisiana State, who always seem to be two shades lighter than chocolate each spring. Saturday to See New Legion Gvlf Lessons All members of the American Legion Community golf club, or beginning golfers who have taken out their memberships will have opportunity to attend a free golf class scheduled for Saturday afternoon at the local course. The group instruction will begin at 3:30 o'clock. A second session of the class will be scheduled by a vote taken at Saturday's meeting. St. Wenceslaus Club to Present Play in Czech BRITT--The Dramatic club of the St. Wenceslaus parish, under the direction of the Rev. Raymond Koman, O. S. B., is going to put on a four act play in the Czech language Sunday night, April 26. The title of which is, in the Czech "Vdcj se devce vdej a na nic nedby," which is translated: "Marry Girl Marry and Don't Worry." Westerherg He-Elected. STANTON, W)--The Iowa conference of the Lutheran synod reelected Dr. A. P. Westerberg of Sioux City president and named D. Vemer Swanson of Cowrie, vice president at its meeting here. FRANKLIN COUNTY! TOURNEY ON CARD] Sheffield Diamond to Draw; Teams April 29-30 in Baseball Meet, SHEFFIELD -- T h e Franklin '. county high school baseball tourna--; ment will be played on the Sheffield : diamond April 29 and 30. First round games will be played Wed- . nesday afternoon with Hansell meeting Geneva at 1 o'clock. Lati- ^ mer and Alexander will play at ° 2:15, Sheffield plays Chapin at 3:30 and Popejoy drew a bye. Semifinals and finals will be played Thursday ; afternoon. Three Runs in First Are Enough to Win Tussle in Worth County Prep Event KENSETT--A three run attack in the first inning proved to be sufficient for the Kensett high school baseball team to defeat Northwood 3 to 1 in a second round game in the Worth county baseball tournament. The victory advanced the Kensett boys to the finals where they will meet Hanlontown for the county championship. Hanlontown earned the right to meet Kensett in the finals by defeating Joice 5 to 4 in 11 innings. Mason City Sends Two Squads to Relay, One Other Looks for Ride Running without benefit of time trials, Mason City high school's 440 and 880 yard relay teams left Friday morning to take- part in the high school middle distance events at the Drake relays. Bill Wagner, Bay Sernett, Roger Pedelty, Orvis Fitts and Harold McKenzy are on the relay squads taken to DCS Moines by Coach Volney Hansen. If transportation can be arranged, the two-mite relay team,, including Sunday Jiminez, BH Pappas, Frank Frick and Glen Wilson, will leave early Saturday, to run the longer event. PUBLIC SALE Of the Remaining Assets of The Farmers Savings Bank MESERVEY, IOWA Sale to Be Held in Courtroom at the Courthouse in Mason City, Iowa, on WEDNESDAY, MAY 6th, 1936 And to Starr Promptly at 2:00 O'clock P. M. x Pursuant to an Order of the District Court of Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, signed A'pril 22, 1936, the undersigned was given authority, power and direction to sell and will sell, subject to any minor errors nr omissions, the remaining: assets of the'Farmers Savings Bank of Meservey, Iowa, at the Court House in Mason City, Iowa, on May 6th, 1936, at 2:00 o'clock P. M., at Public Sale. The right to settle with any debtor and withdraw any item before the sale is hereby reserved. All of the assets listed below to be sold without recourse, or any guarantee on the part of the Receiver, D. W. BATES, RECEIVER CLYDE YOUNT, EXAMINER IN CHARGE BILLS RECEIVABLE ErJ Bachman (Judgment 1022-35) · . : . $ Arnold Baker (Judgment 1-2634) Hilko Barkema George Blau (Deceased) E. E. Bowman Gerald Walter W. Braga Walter W. Braga H. 0. Bernice Buck and E. C. Jensen (Judgment 1-26-34) . John Maude Dehr Will Christ (Bankrupts) and Millie Freisleben (Jdgt.) . . . Will Freisleben (Bankrupt) and Millie Freisleben C.' H. Halfpap B. S., Carrie Mark L. Hammond Mark L. Ethel Hammond . . . Gerald Janssen J. N. Johnson (Deceased) . . . . C. F. Klinefelter H. A. Koehler Wilbur Smith. . H. A. Koehler Wm. Morris . . 66.14 55.95 362.44 145.00 25.00 50.00 1,542.59 200.00 1,138.32 2,242.98 1,029.65 21.25 9.77 599.39 225.00 100.00 162.67 219.00 401.38 Edgar Mantle (C. E. Jacobs, A Bankrupt) (Jdgt. 1 - 1 0 - 3 3 ) . .$ Herman Meinders A. B. Meints . . : Wm. Messelheiser Geo. H. Martha Meyer J. D. W. A. Muhlenbruck . . Chris Nielsen Theodore Carl Nelson F. Ostendorf Harry J. Ostendorf (Judgment 1-7-36) Henry H. Pals, Jr K. K. Mary Pals . ; Henry A. Riekens Herman Roesner A. Von der Linde (Judgment 1-26-34).-. E. M. Lyda Mae Schofield. . Geo. W. Sims C. C. C. W. Spaid (Judgment 6-29-33) Carl Grace Stadtlander . . . . Henry Thielen Irma Ulrich Geo. B. Yierkant N. T. Thora Dall Winthers. . 790.00 34.50 450.00 5,200.00 1,650.00 126.00 10.00 42.00 292.00 600.00 19.50 3,602.11 35.00 53.00 210.00 274.40 2,031.56 291.72 174.00 91.67 40.00 800.00 UNPAJD STOCK ASSESSMENTS Wm. Messelheiser (Judgment 10-20-32) $ 400.00 A. J. Nissen (Judgment 9-16-35) 1,215.00 1-3 Interest in Implement Building being Lot 1 in Block 4 in the town of Meservey, Iowa; title in name of Albert A. Elmer F. Hafermann; Receiver holds $750.00. Note and mortgage of Harry T. Smith. NON-LEDGER ASSETS Chas. F. Bier (Note) C. E. Brogan (Note) Merle G. Brogan (Note) Jake Dorenkamp, Jr. (Note) ,. Nellie Fekkers (Note) 600.00 150.00 129.79 32.31 5.50 George H. Augusta Green (Note) $ Garland Lee Johnson (Note) Lee Johnson (Note) Will, Martha M. L. Lewis (Judgment 9-26-27) A. L. Luick (Note) Harold Quandt (Note) J. J. Stauffer (Note) George Wessels (Note) 873.00 55.00 47.26 1,146.90 1,400.00 33.00 626.28 16.00 AH of (he above ilerns will be offered separately and collectively, and any depositor, stock holder or creditor of the bank may make an offer prior to date of sale by filing his bid with the Examiner in Charge, which will be a standing bid at the time the above assets are sold. Any debtor wishing to make an offer or settlement prior to the date of sale, should see Clyde Yount, Examiner in Charge at Meservey or Sheffield, Iowa.

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