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HIGH JCHOOLS E~NTER kl. I FISTIC CARD FOR WEEK BEGINS IN HEAVY SCHEDULE Poreda and Risko Paired; Bass and Firpo to Meet. NEW YORK, March 30. «P)_The weeks fistic entertainment was to open in double-barreled fashion it New York INDOOR . At New York, Jersey City's belt- p£,»rt Vy T eight ' Youn £ Stanley Poreda, gets his first test against w f-h lea ? ue opposition, meeting Rubbery Johnny Risko of Cleveland in the 10 round feature at Madison Square Garden. "taison Poreda on Short End. A heavy hitter, Poreda nevertheless wm be on the short end of the t? n " ln / f rl ?S-"we because the betting fratermty feels old John's experience will be too much of a handicap for Poreda to hurdle Tv,fH e H 8 ? 0 ^ of Bin £ battles Bob Olin, New York n the ten round Philadelphia's show is topped by a 10 round bout between Benny Bass junior lightweight), champion, and young Firpo of Pennsgrove N J Bass's title will not be at stake ' ' Borlenbach Tries Comebaok. luesday night, Paul Berlenbach the oom paul" who won the \\shi heavyweight championship some years ago, begins its comeback campaign in a four-rounder against Eddie Clark, New York Negro at the Broadway arena. King Levinsky, Chicago heavyweight, tackles Con O'Kclly of Ireland, In Boston Tuesday night. EXHIBITION BASEBALL By THE ASSOCIATED PKESS JACKSONVILLE, Fla.-- PhiJadel- phia (A) 12; King Edward 2. -, K S "^N. AN TONIO-- New York (N) 15; Chicago (A) 8. MONTGOMERY-- Atlanta (SA) 1; New York (A) 0. MIAMI-- Brooklyn (N) 12; Toledo (AA) 11, 10 innings WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.-- St Louis (A) 10; Buffalo (IL) 5 SARASOTA, Fla.-- Indianapolis (AA) 12{ St. Louis (N) 3 NEW ORLEANS-- Cleveland (A) 7; Louisville (AA) 1 . SAN FRANCISCO-San Francisco (PCL) ,5; Olcago (N) 3 »OBBfa»lr»jLW.;«^P ' ' ^ SAN FRANCISCO-- Chicago (N) 12; Missions (PCL) 3, afternoon TAMPA, Fla.-- Boston (N) 9- Cincinnati (N) 3. ' LOS ANGELES-- Pittsburgh (N) 4, Detroit (A) 3. GULFPORT, Miss.-- Washington (A) 11; Baltiniore (IL) 4. CHATTANOOGA-- Boston (A) 6' Chattanooga (SA) 2. TRACK SUMMARIES Iowa Conference Indoor. (At Drake Flcldnouso) 50-yard hleli. hiirdles (first heat) -- Sohrenk (Western Union) first; Coy (Slrnp- Srne' !C -07 nd ' Hiil ' rl!lon B «em Vista) third. wi5S C ° n[1 , h =!"-- z =ralt! (Euena VJsla) first: Hlckman '(Simpson) second; McAvoy (lova Wcsleyan) third. Time, :07! v»«J«a Semifinals-- McAvoy (Iowa Wcsleyan', Ilrst; Harrison (Buena Vista). Time, :07 5 50-yard · dash-- (First heat)-- BogKcV (Bucna Visla) first; Mallon (Simpson) sen- °Q? L Conl cy (Western Union) third. Time. Second heat-- Penn (Slmpaon) first; Conner (St. Ambrose) second; McAvoy (Iowa Wcsleyan) third. Time, :05.0. Thin! heat-- Brewer (Simpson) first icnuler (Western Union) second; Broilshaw (Iowa Wesleyan) third. Time, :03 (i Shotput-- Weresl. (St. Ambrose) first, 3t, rcct 3 Inches; Bradshaw (Iowa Wcsleyan) second, M feet 7 Inches; coy (Simpson) , ,', 2. ' CCt ? 1nch " : You "5 (Simpson fourlh, 31 feet 4 Indies. 50-yard htfe-h hurdles (final)-- Kemk. (Buena Vista) first, Hiekman (Simpson) second, Schrenk (Wealern Union) third Coy (Simpson) fourth. Time -OG 9 50-yard dash (flnal)-Brcwer (Simnson) first, Perm (Simpson) second, Boegess Eucna Vista) third. Sclmler (Western Union) fourth. Time, :05.5 1! n ~ Anderson (Parsons) first . S2 paon) "cond. Anderson NATIONAL, CHAMPION, M THE I NT£f5,AJAT/CWA/ AVOCA EXTENDS CHAMPS A HAND Winners of Girls' Tourne Met by 700 Residents on Return. By ASSOCIATED PRESS. AVOCA, March 30.--Avoca hig school girl cagers, state champions were welcomed home Sunday nigh by more than 700 residents most o whom were kept from attending th state tournament finals in De Moines Saturday night by snow blocked roads. The Avoca. player defeated Centerville 17 to 15 OHAMriONsmr O^-TKRV/LLE-Tr F " M £«"" f : -V . jump-- Anderson (Simpson) first, S feet 8 Inches; Youn B (Simpson) second 5 Jcct G Inches; Bradslmw (Joua Wcsleyan i , » ? ? ' .°^ a WMle l -at » and Coy (Simpson) tied for third and fourth. R feet 3 inches 50-yard low hurdles (first heat)_Coy (Simpson) , first, Harrison . (Buena Vistnl Time" ·ol? ATiy IOn-a WMll! ^ an ' "lnl. _ Second heat-- Hlckman (Simpson) first · ?£ mk , c ( ? ucna Vl3la ) second; ScUrenn' (Western Union) third. Time, :06.3. Semifinals-- Schrenk (Western U n l u n » Time, a£% my U ° wa Weil«yan) second. ' "' yan l n c h E s i Y '""B (Simpson) n n / . Gralmnt, f t-'rpn^nn, J BnilRew, S Campbell. RantlnEph, Bucll, t Totals AVOCA--17 Rranimann, f ... Knlir. Jr. Schaaf, KC I l a n s r n , p , Olese-n. t: Plahn, sc. ..' Tolnls '.^T rvilftPdd free Ihrowx--Itrntzlngpr nani 3, Fergluinn n, Bramrnann 8. O f f i c i a l s -- R f t e r c f , Henry Ha* Ilrouek of "nvln or"TM Y' M ' C- *" u m p l r C l "· E TT I ·1 n Gra » s f CJ ' (I °5' tt Wesleyan) first; "' Beconii : Ixicschcn (Simp' ' I "* n (S '' AmbIosc:L to "«' (Simpson) first; fi^°T In "\ run ~ E ' pl!y ( Iowa Wesleyan) first; ^eschen (Simpson) second; Anderson (Parsons) third; Lentz (Western Union) fourth. Time, 10:416 '"Astern co.\sor.AiTO.v winTTKMORu--iT Bennke, f . Carll.ile. f '.'..'.'.'.'.'.'. fi. L'c'mnn/ HC ,,..!..' Meyer, R Rocber, p; .*..'!.'' Totnli Ffi . _ Broad J u m p -- Bradshaw (Iowa Wcalpvwn^ 20 feet 5% Inches, flrat; Snyder (St. Am ' Teco'ndr^.^rc.st ti!ffi. te^ffffi Max Schmeling oH Way to Missouri Resort KANSAS CITY, March 30. (IPt- Alax Schmeling arrived here last night on his way from Enid, Okla to Excelsior Springs, Mo. The German heavyweight titleholder said he would rest at the Missouri health resort until April 6 in preparation · or his proposed fight with W. L, !_FEDmtA£;3L2"_ Ros.i, f · N'ewton. SeeilOTf, Clarl.-. «c Tttlle. K Falct, ff Wolfe, s Hadily, Vlttnwr. Unrr, sc ' . .11 rn ..« . .n . .a ..o FT FT 4 Tnfall Mined Vre« Ilirotvi fi, Ross 4, Newton 1, Official*--Ilererw, c. K. Irwln of Brake nmplre, Henry Hai nmnck of V. I\f. c. A 4 4 r t ·Behnllry 4, Carlisle laT" H Olsen's Terrible Swedes Win 38-25 MANLY, March 30.--Olsen's Terrible Swedes, scheduled to meet Gilkerson's Union Giants here Monday evening, turned back an all- college selection at Pella over the week-end by a 38 to 25 score. The Swedes were defeated at Marshalltown recently by the Giants 10 to 12. The teams have scheduled a return game there B O W L I N G ..« SCHKniILK. Monday--Alleys 5 and 6. at 7:40^ Chapln O'Nell Coal vs. Deckers' lowana Alleys 7 and B, at 7:45-Oakland Pontlacs va. Chomplln H e t l n l n Women'* Bowllni; Schedule. Monday--Alleys J and 2, at B:00-- r l r s t National Bank vs. Standard oil c Alleys 3 ami 4. at 6:00-Deckers' lowanas vs. D. K. Lunnberg's STIiAITWAl- LEAGUE STANDINGS ralst.tr Pale ....... H. C. Boyd Bowling Co. Deckers' lowaiias . Champlln Refining . Weal Sand Gravel Oakland Pontlaca Allen Cafe ....... Chapln O'Neil Coal WOMEN'S D. K. Lundherg Deckers 1 lowanas . .12 . . 1 2 . .12 J.I AGUE 0 7 , .27 15 W I. 17 10 1 .SlandQM Oil '" .',7 It ,r First National Bank.'.".'.'.'.'. .24 7 1 7 PC .6 .G !i .no .4 .3: .22 PC .1)3 .«; -·H 100 WOMEN IN AMATEUR PLAY North-South Championship Tourney Starts at Pinehurst. PINEHURST, N. Car.. March 30 J--More than 100 women links ?£ arS ,o !med Up here Monday from the 18-hole qualifying medal play of the twenty-ninth annual north ana south amateur championship oJ T , ent , r . ants Deluded Edith Quier, Reading, p a ., runner-up to Glenna in 1930; Maureen Orcutt recent winner of the Florida east w ? j^ *? Urnament; Virginia Van Wie, Chicago, and Mrs. O. S Hill Kansas City. BASEBAlIFORLD PAYS RESPECTS Services Set for Barnard for Tuesday, Johnson for Wednesday. CLEVELAND, March 30. (.!)_ he body o? Ernest S. Barnard resident of the American league' ay m state today while final re- pects were paid by scores of base- all magnates and friends. Funeral ervices will be at the Masonic hali Tuesday afternoon in charge of the ·Cmghts Templar. With the excep- on of CRarles Comiskey, owner of he Chicago White Sox who is ill II American league presidents will ct as pallbearers. After the funeral of Barnard ·ho died Friday at Rochester, itmn., scores of baseball leaders ill go to Spencer, Ind., where last tes will be held Wednesday for an__ IX Johnson, _ predecesspr_ pf FOREST CITY TO HAVE RING SHOW Bowers Signs Main Event With Johnson; Barrett to Referee. FOREST CITY, March 30 -Floyd Bowers, 170, Eagle Grove, ha been signed to meet Leonard John son, 170, Forest City, in the mai event of the athletic show schedule at the golf club house here Tuesday Other bouts of the card are- Ma Hoef, 180, Sioux City, vs. Joe Cool 180, Forest City; jn six: Johnni Hmes, 1-T Olear Mke, vs. Mauric Munson; -*", Forest City in six Kid DeFrow, 180, Madison, vs. Har ry Lovik, 180, Lake Mills, in four Kid White, 155, Buffalo Center vs Willard Thoveson, 155, Forest Cit\ in four. Jack Barrett of Crystal Lake wil referee the bouts. GOLF'S EMPEROR PLAYS BETWEEN SHOTS IN MOVIES Goes One Down With Partner in Charity Game at Agua Caliente. By PAUL ZIMMERMAN AGUA CALIENTE, Mexico March 30. .W~For those who have TRIES HAND WITH CUBS Kvi I, local pro twice professional golf cham- . ° f the United States, JonTMs went to defeat the hands of Georee Von Elm and Mortie Dutra Sunda? 1 J: ° VCr the A ^ ua Caliente championship course, to assist charity in Mexico ami the n , 6 U T U d a r k C a l i f °TMia Spaniard, Dutra, Long Beach, Ca!. ( professional set a sub-par pace for the 19 holes, getting a 35 on the Imzard- trewn home nine for a 70, one un- or ',, ??f ^ a 3? ° n the last ni TM e ' or a 72 total, while Von Elm camp home in 36 for a 75. Diegel took a dS giving him 77 for the 18 holes. Many of Hollywood's movie stars rtar °R HK Se ? their newly initiated ctor, Bobby, in his first public appearance on the coast since he gave up amateur golf. e TEXAS RELAYS ,, . At Houston, Tex.) University 220-yard low hurdles-- Won bv " "^' HuBcr (I °TM Stale? SQC- ' 1 1 "" thira ' Lcy R1C TANK SUMMARIES (At Chicago) 150-yard back stroke--Won hy Mars! (Minnesota, Lone (Princeton) second, Val entlne (Michigan) third, Rosen (Northwest cm) fourth. Time, 1:15. 440-yard free style--Won · by Crnbtu (Southern C a l i f o r n i a ) , . Clapp (Stanford second, Kennedy (Michigan) third. Lane (Minnesota) fourth. Time, 5-02 100-yard relay--Won by Riitscrs (Kojnc Cramer. Snnderland and Drcyfuaa), Mlchl Ran (Smith, Kllntworth, K e n n e d y anc --idI) second. Northwestern ( D e b c n h a m Trmip, civode nnd Wilson) third. Prince on (Turner, Dayton. Schcrer and Lee' foiirth. Time 3.42. 200-yard hreast stroke--Won hy Schmcll er (Michigan). Miller (Michigan) second vest (Princeton) Ihlrii, Evans (Iowa) ourth. Time, 2:34.1}. 50-yard dash--Won hy Schcrer (Prince- on), Williams (Georgia Tech) snotmrt, Turner (Princeton) third, Carter (Purdue) ourlh. Time. :24.0. 100 yard free style--Won hy Kojac (flutters), second. Dayton (Princeton), thlr.'l Villlams (Georgia Tech), f o u r t h , Sundcr- and (Rulgers). Time. :52.G. (New national olle B Iale record). 220-yard free atyle--Won hy CJapp, (Stan- onl); second, Crabbe (Southern Ca.lfornla)- hlrd, Ladd (Michigan); f o u r t h , Wilson Northwestern). Time, 2:18.-i. Fancy high hoard diving--Won by P.ncy Southern California). 134.01 [minis; MI;. nd. Nappa (Minnesota). 08.BO points; i rd, Bake ( M i c h i g a n ) 98,-liI point*; fourth, Vlllard (Northwestern) at.M points 300-ynrd medley relay--Won hy R,it KC ri xojnc, Cronln, Cramer); second, Michigan Scliieler, Miller and K e n n e d y ) : t h i r d . Mln- osota (Marcli, Kruger .and Q u n l l ) ; fourth rtnceton (Daylon. Long. West). Time IISS SACHS BEATS ARAH PALFREY IN FINALS BROOKLTNE, Mass.. Marcli 30 P--Miss Marjorie Sachs of Cam- ridge defeated Miss Sarah Palfrev r Brookline to win the women's itional indoor singles tennis cham- 'onsbip. Miss Palfrey first-seeded ayer, lost in the final 6-3, 8-G. "Money," says Senator Gerald F. 'ye, "is the root of all political a yi ItAu^tAP'l - " raska)' Munn (Minnesota) 'second? Buric race) third, Snrneue (Southern Stcthodlst) uirth Distance 50 feel :o Inches. New rcc- il. Old record 40 feet 1 Inch. University class--Two mile relny--Won hy iwa State (Chapman. Nagle. 1'utnam Labi t f i 'TI " scco ""' TO.VM A. and M. ilrd Time, 7:S8.2. (No fourth). University 440 yard relay--Won by K a n as (Slcltel. Rirtley, Jones. Klaser), Rice cond. Texas university third, Texas A. and . fourth. Time :42.1. University iiole vault--Five tied for f i r s t ace--Coftmiin (Kansas). Collins (DraHe), nldry (nice), Warne ( N o r t h w e s t e r n ) . Jordan (Kansas state). Height 13 feel. University , medley--Won hy Marrjuctte (TlE.tiey. Sweeney, p. Walters. J. Wallers), Oklahoma university second. Time, 10Ti9 0 (No lliird or fourth). ChrlntIa B n G cTMfi K °e (OrByl^Venms. 11 Lawrence! S. 0 . 0 1'' w !f'" 11 * (Ivansus) second, Dcntoii leacheis third, Kmporla state Teachers (Kansas) f o u r t h . Time. 3:.11.ll. (New record. Old record 3:33.6 established San Marcos Teachers In 1027). University high Jump--Won hy Strom (Southwestern state Tuacliers of Oklahoma), F.rllch (Kansas Slate) second Medley (Southwestern state Teachers of Oklahoma) third. Height. C f e e t ,V/, Inches n^h',, ^T: 1 - OW rcconi " fcct 3 ""lie., eslabllshcd by nrunk of Drake In 102S) J.aoa meter run (university class)--Won 1» Cnrrcll ( M i n n e s o t a ) , Dun-son (Oklahoma) second. Winders (Texan A. and M ) third. Waring (Rice) f o u r t h , Time, 0:l!r.r, University hroadjump--Won hy Morris (Oklahoma u n i v e r s i t y ) ; second, Men (Oklahoma u n i v e r s i t y ) ; third, Craig, (Texas)- lourth. Hale (Rice). Distance 13 feel ·"; inches. ··" University dlKua--Won hy Marian, o d l « l l - · ! , ? ' ? . ' . r " B I l l ! - (Solltllor " Meth- onisi), i n i r d , Adams,. ( A h l l e n e C h r i s t i a n ) - 3°l'n h R h C a ' Nc » r a«l'ii). Dlslance 133 feet Col ll=ge 880-yard relay--Won hy Oklahoma City university (Willis, Pack. Cheatwood, Pntlerson); second. Kansas State Teachers (PltUbtirg); third, Denton Teachers. Time. 1:31.3. (No f o u r t h ) . University 880-yard relay--Won hy Kansas (Flick. Slckel, Gridley, K l a m c r ) - second, Texas A. and M.; t h i r d . Kansas State; fourth, Oklahoma. Time. 1:28.7. ~f.i m ,,, mtlc . » u l ) slllutlnE for four mile ond MarqueUe'- tTM S ' n ' e r """" I " ; " M [mc, 4:28.5. (No fourth).' 11 "* A ' antl "' university one mile relay--Won hy nice lollowny. Harbour. Chambers, Jamcrsonl- !Cund, Nortlnvestern: third. Texas A. and old'record .t^""' 3:2 °' ( N C W rccol ' ll; University' Javelin-Won hy Herman, (SnutUcm Methodist); second. Swain (Wichita. JCons.): t h i r d , (lordon (San Marco Teachers); fourth. Hodges. (Texas). Distance ISO feet 7«. Inches. (New record- old record 180 feet 6 inches, established In 'iocs by Robinson of A u b u r n ) Hojrers Hornsliy goes into his Hiird manajfurial jo* in six seasons nits year still u n active player uud a fino hitter .«}«l Bhowintr lUltle worry over the troiihlcs and mishaps which have dogged his rcroarlc- ablo .trail. , Born in Winters, Texas, April 2t» 189G Hivnsby turned professional ana joined the Dallas Texas Ieaffui club »*' tho »E e o£ ls - Tnc next aeaaoii St. JLouis bought him for 55(J^ · ~~ · .i-w^'tlly developed Into a bril- As a reward for Ills playing he was appointed manager o£ th v o Cards ami ir, 1026i piloted that club's first pcnrfrSit winners. H« wrL toaded 1^ New York for tho following: season in a deal that astounded baseball r,,^'i' 15 » ''rief period when Jlanagcr John McGraw was ill Hornsby ran the Giants und did a fine job of it. However, he WHS traded to Boston iii another siiriirisinc; baselmll transaction. Anpointcd manan-er of tllo ilr!nrn« hlx l.lctit.l .. ..»..- l_. 4 _ | , , - Ort/\/\ t\e\n. TM.**fa^l «i s u« sold for $300,000 and plays to FROM T R A I N I N G CAMPS MAT SUMMARIES 118 POUND CLASS. John A. Kngle (LehJK)i) ihrew Jess*, Aremls (Iowa State Teachers) In 9:00 with body scissors nmt bar arm 128 POUND CLASS. Intf"'] T T m f, c! (Oklahoma Aggies) out ne sc? I Alor 'ord ( C o r n e l l ) - i n an over- in.'; POUND CLASS. Richard cole (Iowa stun,) o u t r o l n l c d ahn Devlne (Oklahoma Aggies) H5 POUND CLASS. William L. Doyle (Kansas Agclfl) out- ointed Walter Young (Oklahoma A B g es) 155 POUND CLASS. LcRoy Mcoulrk (Oklahoma A. and M ) ulpolnted John Richardson (Knnsn* State) 185 POUND CLASS, r."vi ,· X u" 0 ? e} ': " :r 'Oklahoma A B R les) irew M. W. Shanker (Lchlgh) In 1:",1 ivllh rapevlne and hcadlock 17n POUND CLASS. nr'JIlI? 1 '/. I'il* 1 "" ' 011 « hnm » Agcies) out- olnled Carl Dougovliio (Michigan) HEA.VYWBIOHT CLASS. ' Jack rtlley (Northwestern) t l i r n w H n r r v ar'""ocK'.""'"'' 1 ''" '" :M ' wllh "TM TM'« A visiting British lecturer says int Americnns have a borer! look f he'd just stay away from his own :]. By THE ASSOCIATED 1'UESS BILOXI, Miss.--Waller Johnso is basing his hopes for Fred Mar berry's future on that pitcher' showing in a pre-season gamo wit the Baltimore Orioels. Marberry walked six men in thre innings while he hurled Saturda for the Senators, but Manager John son said: "Freddie showed me one think that pleased me greatly, and that i that he likely will have that fas ball of his this season." * * *. ItOBINS COMI'LETE SPUING TRAINING ·MIAMI,-Fltt.--TIie Brooklyn Rob ins have completed the Florida em of their spring training progran and Manager Wilbert liobinson seems pretty well satisfied with their record of 14 exhibition game the Robins won eleven. * * * MITCHELL HANGS UP NINE SCORELESS INNINGS SAN ANTONIO--Clarence Mit chell, ancient left bander for th' New York Giants, has been excep tionnliy effective in this sprinj, training season and hung up nine scoriess innings scattered over three, games before Smead Jolley of the Chicago White Sox clouted him for a homerun and broke the scoreless spell. * * BIU, KILI.EFKH AND TEAM LEAVE FLORIDA WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.-Manager Bill Klllefer and his St. Louis Browns have seen the last of West Palm Beach until next spring. The entire squad left here last night on its homeward journey, which will be broken by numerous stops for exhibition games, the first at Atlanta Tuesday. * * * KATJFMANN KATES AS CARD HURL.EK BRADENTON, Fla.--Tony Kaufmann, once a star pitcher with the Chicago Cubs, who took up outfield- ing when his arm went bad several years ago, is showing so much stuff with the St. Louis Cardinals that he is considered as a likely member of the Cards' throwing corps. » * * PIRATES TACKLE CUBS WITH EARS BURNING LOS ANGELES--The Tittsburgh Pirates were to tackle the Chicago Cubs Monday with their ears burning. Manager Jewel Ens didn't think much of the BUCK' exhibitions with the Detroit Tigers last week and he has trild them so. Ens ninijfi It · - · · · · · · · · . - · r INDIANS START TOUGH GRIND. NEW ORLEANS--The Cleveland Indians' inaugurated their final and toughest week in the spring training camp Monday. Manager Roger Peckinpaugh will work the tribe at top speed from now on and send them against exhibition foes every day. Earl Wolgamot, former Terre Haute manager in the Three-Eye league, has been signed as a coach. * * 4- REDS MOVE NORTH ON TRIP. TAMPA, Fla. -- The Cincinnati Reds broke camp Monday, preparatory to their trip north. Macon, Ga. is the Reds' first stop. GEORGE UHLE MAY TAKE MOUND TURN. LOS ANGELES -- George Uhle, veteran righthanded pitcher of the Detroit Tigers, may be ready to take his turn on the mound shortly after the season opens. Uhle is having a sore arm treated hy specialists here. It is responding to treatment better th'an was expected. * * * MoKECIINIE WANTS TO WIN ALL HIS GAMES'. TAMPA, Fla.--Manager Bill McKechnie of the Braves is anxious to win his game with the St. Louis Cards at Bradenton because of a spring series superstitution. Bill ·says: It's just too bad to be cleaned ip in a spring series by a team in the National league." % * * REVISION HANGS OVER WHITE SOX. » SAN FRANCISCO--Some sort of a revision hung over the Chicago White Sox Monday, determined by he 15-8 trouncing that the Giants administered Sunday. Smead Jolley he big give-and-take man, did the sual by presenting the Giants with uns and then taking them back with two homers. 'ANKEES EXPECT IOME TOWN RECEPTION. r BIRMINGHAM, Ala.--The New ork Yankees expect to get a home own reception nearly every time icy play in their exhibition tour iru Alabama. Sam Byrd of the Yankees lives in Birmingham and 'en Chapman in nearby Ensley. "aiil Andrews, of Dora, AlH., itched for the Birmingham barons! tondny's opponents for the Ynnkfi, .*jL_ "^ MASON CITY, IOWA, MARCH 30 SERVING 'EM RIGHT ser A Aiew HMiaAM. LEAGUE RECORD FOB. «0«E RlWS VAWABLB HAyeR. rax? AMD 192-9 MA/JAGER. OF TH6 BRAiJBS J92S - LATE TME COBS, AIS TgAfi IN .HICAGO CUSS Copyright. I M l . by Central Press Asso COACHES PLE06 SUPPORT OF NE TRACK PROGRfl Competition Limited to loi Teams; Individual Eventt and Relays on Card. IOWA CITY, March 30.--Assy ance of entrance in the Unlversi of Iowa's indoor track and fie meet has been received from abot 20 major high schools of the stat according to the report of Coac G. T. Bresnahan. Pew official entries for the met of April 4 have been received bt an influx up to Tuesday ig expecite to send the total close to the fofi- mark. V Coaches of these schools ai among those who have' pledirt support of the first indoor meetfi, Iowa held at the Invitation of to owa High School Athletic assoqia Uon: Washington of Cedar Rapids Clinton, Fairfield, Perry, Newto Javenport, Burlington, East DCS Moines, and Muscatiue. Ten individual events nfi'd"'"r«' elays make up the. rheet's ni -ram. For the first time in the 1, car history of the affair; chooi a ^ re eligibie t ' H c ; CURTAIN OP of Finest Stable: Start in 12 Day Meet. i BOWIE, Md., March 30. UP)-- One \ hundred and 11 thorobrcds from the finest stables of the country were ready Monday to face the barrier at/' the mile track here as the curtain-v goes up on the spring racing pro- f \ gram in the east, and the proceeds f of the day go to the Baltimore relief- agencies caring for the city's unemployed destitute. The spring meet at the track here will continue 12 days. The feature race of Tuesday will be the inaugural handicap for 55,000 ' added. GOLF PROS MM INLASTTOURNETh Golfdom's Money Seekers to Close Winter Season at Southeastern Open. AUGUSTA. Ga., March 30. (/P)-An array of professionals was here '' Monday in quest of the last big- money prize of the year's tournament season--the $5,000 southeastern open. The entry list, an even hundred, leads nice a roll-call of golfdom's money seekers who have followed. ' the golden, trail from California ana Mexico thru to Florida and North Carolina. The question of the biggest monev winner of the winter season ia yet to be determined, and Gene Sarazen and Johnny Golden are here to settle the mater. Sarazen now leads the tield with a total of 58,325 to Golden's $7,340. DES MOINES PIN STARS RATE HIGH Amongr 47 Teams to Attempt 3,000 Score at Bowl- ling Congress. BUFFALO, N. Y., March 30. W ~ Forty-seven teams, including quintets from Kokomo, Dea Moines Ashtabula, Cleveland, and Pittsburgh were to attempt to post the first 3,000 score of the thirty-first annual American bowline conereas tourney Monday. S i-ougress While scoring in the minor eV has been up to A. B. C. standk the team division totals are i lowest in the past 15 national rim classics. The tournament has only o 0 ^! 1 ."\ 0re days to go - The leading 2,944 total registered by the Michigan recreations of Detroit, Saturday finished twelfth last year at Cleveland. Three upsets occurred Sunday Sid Sherman, Toledo, scored 708 for third place in the singles, and Tony Novalc of Detroit landed sixth with 6911 Jess Young, Minneapolis, took the runner-up position in the ail- events, aggregating 1921. ROMPT CORA COAL «t $7.00 PRONE 888 ,---v..^,..--^'^\ ...J.... \'-- \ '.,uJ ;'| "\Vr\i

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