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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 27 Â·Â· 1936 ELEVEN ft ' t It P if . \ lit It i ! GLOBE-GAZETTE SPORTS WALDORF VICTOR IN LEAGUE GAME Conference Contest Goes to Warriors as Concordia Loses by 7 to 2. FOREST CITY--Waldorf colleg won its first Southern Minnesot conference baseball game here Sat Â·urday, defeating Concordia's Com ets of St. Paul 7 to 2. Arling Ander son, Warrior rookie, held the visi tors to 6 scattered hits, while th Waldorf nine collected the sam number off Kruger of Concordia bu bunched 4 blows in the sixth inning to score 3 runs. Waldorf scored twice in the thirt when walks and an infield erro sent in Romness and Kennedy. Kru ger, Concordia pitcher, slapped Â£ homerun into right field in the nex inning, and Hasskant singled, scor ing later when Kennedy threw ou Peterson at third. The Warriors counted twice in th fifth. Anderson walked to score or Kennedy's single, and Kennedy scored the second run when John son drove out a fly to Hansen in let center. Doubles by Taylor and Romnes and singles by Huso and Evert scored the Warriors' runs in th sixth. ALLEN STICKING TO PITCHING JOB (Continued From Page lot this inning-. He could have caugh Allen's bunted pop but he let i' drop, tried for a double play and threw wild to second as both run ners scampered safetly to bases Then he dropped the throw tha lost the game when holding it would have completed a triple killing. Swift Takes Hard Loss. The dizzy one was given plenty of competition in a 10 inning hurling duel by Bill Swift of the Pirates Dizzy retired the Bucs in order in their half of the tenth and then FrankTe Friseh's double and Pepper Martin's single brought home the bacon. A total of 33 hits was- made as the Tanks downed the Red Sox be fore 12,000 at Fenway park, the Yanks getting 18 off the deliveries of four Red Sox flingers. Boston took a six run lead in the first inning but the Yanks came back to score seven In the new frame Frankie Crosetti of the Yanks go- five bingles. The Boston game was much like the fracas at Philadelphia where Brooklyn defeated the Phillies 10 to 7 in a battle of 16 hits which were interspersed with 11 errors. Earl Grace' and Johnny Moore of the Phillies belted the ball for rounc trips as did Lonnie Frey of the Dodgers. Sorrcll Stops Sox. Vic Sorrell of the Detroit Tigers turned in a sparkling pitching performance as his team downed the White Sox 6 to 4 with 15,000 in the park. He held the Sox to five hits as the Tigers, really gaining momentum as the season moves along, notched their fourth straight triumph. Sorrell held the opposition hitless for six frames. Tex Carleton of the Cubs topped Sorrell's performance by holding the bustling Cincinnati Reds to four blows and shutting them out 5 to 0. A crowd of 21,555 saw Carleton dazzle the youngsters. Lee Stone held the Cubs to eight safe blows but his mates made three errors behind him. Buck Newsom of the Senators held the Athletics to seven hits while his mates banged out 13 to beat the men of Mack 11 to 3. It was Newsom's third victory of the year. Wet grounds caused postponement of the Giants-Bees game. Kentucky Derby Track Set as Race Meeting Is Begun LOUISVILLE, Ky., UP)--Railbirds at Churchill Downs Monday awaited the arrival of eastern horses, which ran in the Wood Memorial Saturday, before giving their final verdict as to which of the 20 odd hopefuls expected to start Saturday in the sixty-second Kentucky derby would come home first. Brevity, Joe Widener's winter- book favorite, who turned in a sparkling performance at the Downs Saturday in winning the sophomore purse, was still tops among the locals, but Teufel's arrival was eagerly awaited following the colt'g victory aSturday in the Wood. Giants Finally Get Real First Club Set for Play NEW YORK. /P) _ The Giants, starting their first western trip of ihs National league season, finally have their "real team" intact. Joe Moore, Hank Leiber and Mel Ott in the outfield and Manager Bill Terry. Burgess Whitehead, Dick Bartell and Travis Jackson are considered the team's regulars--the players upon whom the Giants' pennant hopes largely depend--but so far they have played together only three innings in 11 games. Dumont High School Wins and Loses in Two Scraps DUMONT--Dumont high won its first baseball game of the season, 14 to 5, at Geneva. Friday the team lost to Bristow here, 4 to 2. Battery for Dumont was Ahrcns, Johnson, and for Bristow, Young, Wcsscls and Conger. Directory OF NORTH IOWA'S BALL TEAMS This directory or baseball teams Is run annually by tho Gtobe-Gnaetle ta UMlst team manuEerg In booking schedules. Mutineer* wishing to have their teams entered In the directory, free of any charge, are raked to send tile names of their outfits, namett of managen and booking agent and their addresses, and their telephone number* to the Globe-Gazette sports department. ROSEDAJUE YANKEES Fort Dodge The Rosedale Yankees will sched ule summer games with North low, semipro baseball teams througl Bob Hall. The team may be reache through Manager Herbert M. Lew is, box A, Y. M. C. A., Fort Dodge or by telephoning Walnut 2307 Fort Dodge. WESLEY Oliver Young will manage th Wesley baseball team this summer New uniforms have been ordered and ?120 has been subscribed by local businessmen. WHITTJEMOKE MERCHANTS Whlttemore The Whlttemore Merchants wan Sunday baseball games with North Iowa teams. R. F. Brady is man ager of the team and will book al games. WIDE OPEN RACE FOR WEST NINES Illini Top Field in Games Won, Iowa Has Clear Season Record. BIG TEN STANDINGS IV. L. 1'ct.j W. I-. Tct Illinois IS 0 l.OOOJCIllaiRO 1 3 .2WJ Iowa 4 0 1.0001\Yl3ConR!n 0 1 .00 MIcMcu Z 0 l.OOOllVortli'ern 0 3 .00' Indiana 2 0 1.000] I'urdue 0 4 .00' Minnesota 2 0 l.OOO|Ohlo state 0 6 .00 CHICAGO, Iff)--With five teams boasting both hitting punch and effective pitching, ttiig season's West ern conference baseball race shaped up Monday as a "wide open" bat tie. Illinois topped the field in games won, having captured five contests without being beaten behind fine pitching by Hale Swanson and How. ie Berg. Iowa won four gaines without a loss. The other unbeaten teams were Michigan, Indiana and Minnesota, each with, two wins. Minnesota, the defending cham pion, demonstrated last Saturday that its club had. power to spare a the plate. The Gophers captured a double bill from Purdue, winning the opener 19 to 8 and the nightcap 10 to 1. Indiana's ace moundsman Babe Hosier, struck out 13 as the Hoosiers triimned Ohio State last Friday 9 to 4, and on Saturday Indiana defeated the Buckeyes again 5 to 0. Michigan beat Wisconsin 3-2 Saturday, first baseman Joe Lerner stealing two bases, then scoring the winning run on an infield out. RECORDS RATTLE DOWN AT RELAYS (Continued From Fase 10) mile college relay; and the Oklahoma Baptists' 3:18 performance in the college mile relay. There 'were three "double" winners. Sam Francis, Nebraska's field event star, won the shot pul and discus; Notre Dame copped the 440 yard and 880 yard relays; anc Herschel Neil, Maryville, Mo., State Teachers athlete, took the 100 yard dash and the hop, step and jump. Linn Philson, Drake's Olympic candidate, was the only lowan to figure in a first place. He tied with John Stevens of the Pittsburg State Teachers in the high jump at 6 feet, :ive inches, an inch away from the Drake mark which Harold Osborne of Illinois set in 1922. Major Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PEESS 'ohnny Allen and Billy Sullivan, Indians: Allen pitched two-hit ball for 8 2-3 innings against Browns and scored winning run in six- teeth; Sullivan led attack with four hits. Jnus Frey, Dodgers: Clouted homer, double and two singles in rout of Phillies. Vic Sorrel, Tigers: Limited White Sox to five hits for 6-4 victory. Dizzy Dean and Frank Frisch, Cardinals: Dean limited Pirates to six hits; Frisch doubled and scored winning run in tenth. "rank Crosetti, Yankees: Hammered Red Sox pitching for five hits, driving in three runs. 'ex Carletcn, Cubs: Shut out Reds with four hits. Cecil Travis and Jake Powell. Senators: Made three hits and two runs apiece against Athletics. Cyclone Polo Team Opens Spring Schedule Saturday AMES -- Iowa State college's :ard-riding polo quartet, Midwest ollegiate champion last spring, vill open its 1936 outdoor schedule vith the University of Illinois four ere May 2. These two teams met in an in- oor three-man match in the Town tate armory last month with the "yclones winning 15 to 6. COLONELS FALL IN TWO SCRAPS St. Paul, Millers Win, One Called Because of Old Sunday Ruling. CHICAGO, (IK -- The St. Paul Saints won both games of an American Associationo doubleheader Sunday from Louisville behind good pitching by John Rigney and Lou Fette, taking the first 2 to 0 and the second 9 to 0. Minneapolis won the first game of a double bill with Indianapolis, 3 to 2. The second game was called after eight innings because of the Sunday closing law with the score knotted at 2-2. The Toledo Mudhens and Milwaukee Brewers split their doublehead- cr, the Brewers winning the opener 11 to 5 and the Hens taking the nightcap 4 to 3. Columbus tripped Kansas City 4 to 3. L Sports in Shorts The Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS National: Batting--Terry, Giants, Â· .500. Runs--Herman, Cubs, and Moore Giants, 15.' Runs batted in--Leiber, Giants, 16 Hits--Moore, Giants, 21. Doubles--Herman, Cubs, S. Triples -- Moore, Giants, Basset and Bucher, Dodgers, and McQuinn, Reds. 3. Homeruns -- Klein, Cubs, and Ott Giants, 4. Stolen bases--Hack, Cubs, and J Martin, Cardinals, 3. Pitching -- Gurnbert and Hubbell Giants, Frankhouse, Dodgers Benge; Bees, and Hollingsworth Reds, 2-0. American: Batting--Gehringer, Tigers. .457. Runs--Gehringer, Tigers, 15. Runs batted in--Dickey, Yankees 27. Hits--Travis, Senators, and Gehringer, Tigers, 21. Doubles--Greenberg, Tigers, and Dickey, Yankees, 6. Triples--Gehringer, Tigers, 3. Homeruns--Trosky, Indians, 5. Stolen bases--Werber, Red Sox, 4. Pitching--Grove, Red Sox, 3-0. Rake High Wins First of County Tourney Games in Winnebago, Plays Seconc RAKE -- The Rake high schoo baseball team won from Buffalo Center 9 to 4 in the first game o: the Winnebago county tournament played at Rake Friday afternoon The batteries were Sappa and Kallestad for-Rake, and Kopp and Kelso for Buffalo Center. The Rake squad, with nearly the same lineup won last year's tournament. They will meet Lake Mills on the Rake diamond Tuesday at 4 o'clock in the second round of the county tournament. PREP TEAM GETS SCARLET TUSSLE (Continued From Page 10) at the plate and Johnny Thompson completed a snappy double play, one of two credited for the Mohawks, to end the inning. Thompson threw out Bob Lauritzen, Austin leadoff man, who had tapped to Cookman, before he could get near first. Ekedal Slaps One. Ray Ekedal, Austin shortstop, accounted for a run when he blew one over the right field wall in the third inning. There was no further damage that frame, except to Jim Mulcahy'a shins. The Mohawk fly- chaser crashed into the footbsy benches lined up in deep 'center field when he went after a drive by Nolan Dugan, Austin pitcher, and gashed his legs deeply. Mason City scored in the first inning when Johnny Thompson hit the second pitch he saw for a clean single, and came home on Mulcahy'g rap over the infield. The Mohawks made the rest of their runs in the fourth. Mulcahy starting' the fire- ,-orks with a two-bagger. Mickey Cookman was safe on an infield error, stole second, and scored a moment later behind Mulcahy. The two Mohawk runs crossed the plate as Bob Cookman rolled out to 'irgt and Jack Accurso was safe on a dropped third strike. Both AcÂ« curso and Harris Dillabough. who was hit by Dugan, counted as the Austin infield forgot abofS Â· them ind ran down Fletcher, who had singled. IOWA WINS PAIR IOWA CITY, (.T)--The University of Iowa remained as one of the five undefeated teams in the Big Ten baseball race as a result of its clean sweep of the two game series with Chicago. The Hawkeyes, with Don "ugler driving in six runs, defeated the Maroons. 9 to 1 Saturday after vinning Friday's game 3 to 2. IOWA LOSES FIRST CHICAGO. (.-Pi--The Iowa tennis team, beaten 6 to 0 by Northwestern Saturday, play? the Chicago tniverslty netmen Monday. The Wildcat defeat was the first of the season for the Hawkeyes. COLUMBIA LOSES DUBUQUE, (.'B--Playing its first :ollegiate baseball game in 12 Â·ears. Columbia lost a 1 tn 4 deci- ion to the Platlevillc, Wis., State 'cachcrs Saturday. WEEK-END IN BRIEF By THE ASSOCIATED 1'RESS PHILADELPHIA--Owens takes 100 meter dash at Penn relays in carnival record time of 10.1 seconds, also captures broad jump; Texas, Ohio State and Michigan lead in relay events with two victories each. DES MOINES -- Lash clips three seconds from American outdoor two mile record with 9:10.6 performance at Drake relays; Cunningham wins 1,000 yards in 2:11.2 for American outdoor record; Alton Terry makes best javelin throw listed for native American, 222.65' feet. PALO ALTO--Stanford decisively defeats California in dual meet, 75% to 55%. BOSTON--Harvard rolls up 68 points to win greater Boston intercollegiate title; Holy Cross second with 45. LOUISVILLE -- Brevity, derby favorite, scores decisive victory over Bien Joli, Sangreal and other derby eligibles in sophomore purse at Churchill Downs; Corinto wins Clark handicap. NEW YORK -- Teaufel, outsider from Wheatley stable, noses out William Woodward's favorite, Gran- vitle, in Wood memorial at Jamaica; Delphinium third in pre-derby test. WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W. Va.--Grant upsets Budge, 2-6 Â·1-6, 6-3, 6-0, 6-4 in Mason-Dixon tennis finals; doubles title to Budge and Mako. MADRID -- Germany eliminates Spain in first round' Davis cup competition as von Cramm anc Lund take doubles for third match victory. Estherville to Have Biggei Meet This Year, Events Scheduled Saturday. ESTHEKVTLLE--The E s t h e r ville Invitational track and field meet, scheduled Saturday, promises to attract one of the largest groups of high, schools ever to take part in a track meet in northwest Iowa. The following schools have declared their intention of taking part Fort Dodge, the defending champion) Eagle Grove, Sherburn Minn., Sheldon, Carroll, Centra Stoux City, East Sioux City, Ceylon Minn., Swea City, Sutherland, Web ster City, Thompson, Everly, Clear Lake, Fairmont, Minn., Lakefield Minn., Alta, Spencer, Milford, Paullina, Meriden, Milford and Sac City Last year four new records were made and two of the mtet records tied. Wasem of Fort Dodge set a new record in the 220 yard low hurdles. The time was :23.2. He tied Neal's record of Central Sioux City in the 120 yard high hurdles. The time was :16.2. Fort Dodge set a new record in the mile relay. The time was 3:39. Central Sioux City broke one relay record and tied another. The new record set in the SSO yard relay was 1:35.6. Central tied Mason City's record in the 440 yard relay. The time was :45.5. Swart of Carroll sec a ntw record in the pole vault. His record vault was 11 feet 3% inches. Wasem of Fort Dodge and Swait of Carroll are expected to be in this year's meet and should get some new marks. Henry Johnson Rites Conducted in Kanawha KANAWHA -- Funeral services were held Friday afternoon for Henry Johnson, 60, Stratford, former resident of Kanawha, who died Tuesday at the University hospital at Iowa City following a serious illness. Surviving are his wife and two children, Eugene Johnson of Jewell Junction and Mrs. Max Roegaard of Missouri; one brother, Lewis Johnson of Garden City and two sisters, Mrs. Julia Wallace of Oslo, Minn., and Mrs. Adolph Espe of Kanawha. Services were held at St. John's Lutheran church near Kanawha with the Rev. Paul Johnson of Stratford officiating. STARTS WEDNESDAY JOAN BENNETT CAKY GRANT "RIG BROWN EYES" LIBRARIANS WILL MEET IN GARNER 85 Expected for Luncheon; Speakers, Music Numbers Are Announced. GARNER.--Representatives of 35 city libraries will meet here Wednesday for the north central district of the Iowa Library association. Mrs. R. J. Fritsch, local librarian, said that 71 reservations had been made Saturday for a luncheon to be served at the C. D. of A. hall. The number is expected to reach 85. Mrs. Laura Sanders of Algona. chairman of the district, is in charge of the meeting. Miss Mildred H. Pike, president of the Iowa Library association, will take part in the Meeting that will open at 9:30 o'clock and will continue until 4. o'clock in the afternoon. Others on the program and the topics they will discuss are Mrs. Mary J. Bowman of Clear Lake, "Relation of Public and School Libraries;" Mary E. Kingsbury of Hampton, "Adult Books;" Alice B. Story, of Fort Dodge, Lydia 1.1. Barrette of Mason City and others. Mrs. Robert Sinclair will give a piano number and Mrs. W. S, Lee a vocal selection. Mrs. Ro'b Roy cerney of Mason City will give the address, "Slav and Balkan Folk Talcs." Mrs. Cemcy appeared as speaker at a meeting of the Garner Woman's club last year. Towns to be represented here include Britt, Algona, Belmond, Burt, Clarion, Alden, Mason City, Clear Lake, Callendar, Forest City, Eagle. Grove, Eldora, Fort Dodge. Hampton, Humboldt, Lake Mills, Iowa Falls. Northwood, Sheffield, Titonka, Swca City, Webster City, Forest City, (Waldorf College), Corwith, Buffalo Center, Kanawha, Ackley, Bradgate, Cowrie, Lakota, Manly, Stratford, Lehig'h, Rockwell and Garner. Austin Taxi Driver Is Kidnaped But Bandit Flees After Accident NEW HAMPTON, (/D-rOfficers searched Monday for a. bandit who kidnaped Victor Tomhaze, 34, Austin, Minn., taxi driver, and fled when the taxi crashed into a bridge near here. Dieterich Burial to Be at Cedar Rapids AKRON, Ohio, (JP)--Funeral services were held here Monday for Dr. Ernest O. Dieterich, 4.6, manager of the B. F. Goodrich chemical laboratories, who died Saturday night. Dieterich came to Akron in 1919. He was formerly a University of Iowa instructor. Burial will be at Cedar Rapids, Iowa, hig former home. At Mason City THEATERS Bj K. J. P. SINGING KID" 11EKE THROUGH TUESDAY Edward Everett Horton and Allen Jenkins, cast as Al Jolson's secretary and handy man in the Cecil's current show, "The Singing Kid," provide an excellent brand of comedy as this latest Jolson musical flows easily along. Except in one or two spots, the picture is equipped with a snappy brand of dialog. Jolson's songs are good and the Four Yacht Club Boys and Cab Calloway's band have several very clever spots in the film. "The Singing Kid" also manages to get by with only one lavish musical chorus, which comes as a relief after so many musical extravaganzas. You're bound to like the picture, so plan to see it between now aud Tuesday night. COMEDY STAR STARTED AS HEAVY Lucicn Littlefield, one of the comedy stars with Margaret Sullavan and Henry Fonda in "The Moon's Our Home," now at the -Palace, started out as a deep-dyed villain and screen menace. In his current picture he has one of the roles for which he has become better known. He is seen as a jittery book publisher whose chief author gives him one headache after another. Mrs. Gilles Is Elected Head of Riceville Club RICEVILLE -- New officers of the Live and Learn club were elected at a meeting at the home of Mrs. Marjorie Stewart Thursday evening. Those chosen were: Mrs. Lois Gilles. president; Miss Marjorie Stewart, vice president; Miss Pearl Noble, secretary; Miss Ruby Servoss, treasurer; Mrs. Mildred Wardel, corresponding secretary and reporter. A dinner was served followed by a social hour and the election. The Live and Learn club will be guests of the Tomorrow club at Elma Monday night and furnish the program at that time. 500 STUDENTS IN MUSIC FEST Collins of Algona Chairman of Kossuth Committee in Charge. ALGONA--The fifth annual Kossuth county inter-school music festival was held Saturday evening in the high school auditorium. Approximately 500 students took part from 12 schools in the county. This fest was sponsored by the Kossuth county schoolmaster's club. D. Wane Collins, Algona, was chairman of the festival committee, assisted by Viola Bishop, Bernard Turpin, Luverne: Miss Baard and Sigurd Fardal, Burt; Evelyn Barnett, Lakota; Miss Shultz, Lonerock; Miss Blair, Whltlemore; Miss Rockey, Seneca; Margaret Blossom, Fenton; Dwane Stewart, Grant; Mr. Rose. Titonka; V. A. Barrett, Ledyard: Clyde Bun- jc, Swea City and Margaret McNown, Algona. The afternoon was spent in practicing together, the program being divided into six parts with throe selection in each group. The festival was not a contest but an event in which all the county high schools co-operated for mass effects in bands, orchestras and glee clubs. The orchestra was composed of nearly 125 students with the Luverne, Burt and Lakota instructors each directing one number. Approximately 125 girls sang selection from the girls' glee clubs representing the 12 schools with Margaret McNown Margaret Blossom and Viola Bishop in charge. Approximately 75 boys took part in the boys' glee club numbers. The mixed chorus was composed of 175 voices, followed by the band of around 200 pieces, each directed by D. Wane Collins, V. A. Barrett, and Clyde Bunje. The sixth group was the junior high chorus with 100 students taking part. A Titonka vocal sextet and two Luverne soloists gave special numbers. Carnival to Be Friday. CORWITH--A May day carnival will be held at the Corwith school Friday, May 1. A stage show will be given in the auditorium, athlatic bouts, sideshows, confetti, balloons and food will provide fun and entertainment. NOW Warner Baxter, Alice Faye Jack Oakie, Arllne Judge "KING OF BURLESQUE" and Joe Morrison, Rosalind Keith "IT'S A GREAT LIFE" 15 to be Given Away AT DANCE TUESDAY NIGHT APRIL 28 Denison Clubhouse Mack's S-Piece Orchestra Dancing from 9 to 1. Everybody Invited! ADMISSION 35c PER PERSON Under Auspices of Young Democratic Club of Cerro Gordo County STARTS TUESDAY MAMMOTH DOUBLE Ends Monday: . "THE MOON'S OUB HOME" "BRIDES ARE LIKE THAT" PROGRAM The Story of the Year is NowÂ·the Picture,ofithe Year! Your heart will tell you of the beauty, the soul- thrill, of this drama of youth-in love- rebelling against the harsh code of its elders! Proudly presented by the producers of "Ah Wilderness!" KICAKDO CORTEX - MAKG. CHURCHILL "CHIC" SALE - WM. GAKGAN WINS DOG RACE ABILENE, Kans., (/P) _ Sadie Broese, greyhound owned by George Lippold, Avoca, Iowa, won the Derby Purse stakes here. Sales of Beer Sundays at Glenville Banned GLENVILLE, Minn.--The council held a special meeting here and banned the selling of beer on Sundays after May 1. Cash Registers Broken Open in Greene Store GFUCENE--A robbery was committed duving Friday night at the local Farmers' Equity store. The cash registers had been broken open, but only a small amount of cash was taken. Found Fighting; Fire. NEW HAMPTON UP) --Adolph Kcmpcndorf is a friend indeed. When city firemen arrived at the home or S. H. Hcinmiller to quell a blaze, they found Kempendort had been fighting the fire with a garden hose and had it nearly under control. DANCE I. O. O. F. 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