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BOWLING Out of town bowlers will compete in second week-end of Lyons bowling classic on Saturday and Sunday. . ___ BASEBALL Texas Black Spiders to oppose Coca-Cola Cubs in second set, of giwws at fairgrounds Saturday and Sunday. THURSDAY, MAY 3. 1934 MASON CITY WINS B Y FORFEIT INTOURNEY English-Bred Colts Stand Out in Kentucky Derby ] MATA HARI TOPS * IIST OF NATIVES (IN TURF CLASSIC Peace Chance, Sir Thomas in j Favor; Cavalcade Heads j English Horses. ' LOUISVILLE, Ky., May 3. UP)-- · Saturday's Kentucky Derby may decide for this year at least, whether ! it's pronounced "Darby" or "Derby." 1 Three English-bred colts are among j the prominent contender;; for the ; 530 000 added stake, and the home- i breds will have a hard time cutting : them out of a share of the prize money. · The English-breds are Mrs. I. D. Sloane's Cavalcade, Mrs. Payne ·Whitney's Spy Hill and Col. E. R. Bradley's Bazaar. Cavalcade and Spy Hill were foaled in New Jersey and Bazaar was foaled in Kentucky, so they are native Americans in the final analysis, but merry England produced their sires and dams. . Charles T Fisher's Mata Hari, Joseph E. Widener's Peace Chance, Alex B. Gordon's Sir Thomas and Alfred G. Vanderbilfs Discovery are the home-breds conceded the best chances of scoring a clean sweep in the Derby finish, but most of these have English thoroughbreds as fathers and grandfathers. For that matter, there are few thoroughbreds in America that do not have British blood in their ancestry. With every leading candidate training up to expectations, Saturday's race over a mile and a quarter for three-year-olds has the experts more befuddled than ever in their attempts to pick a winner. The weather forecast is for probable showers Friday night, dimming the prospects for a fast track and record time for the test. In the Ring qcIKRV, III.--Joe R*o, 146, St. I,onls drew with Jimmy McKarland, 150. Terr. Haute, Ind.. (101; 1'aul I-ec, 126, Indian spoils, outpointed Tony Vlvlano, 1!2, St Louis. (10); Earl Tailor, 153. St. Louis outpointed Clem Reed, 1.M, (lulncy, (8) Karl Martin. 140, Klrksvlllc. Mo., outpoint ed Milton O'Brien, 145, Hannibal, Mo., (81 HERE'S MASON CITY'S BID FOR BASEBALL HONORS Picture and Cut by Kajcnny, Mason City. Out of the Pressbox -By AL MITCHELL- NATIONAL LEAGUE Brooklyn 5: New York 6. Chicago 2; FlttsburRh 4- Cincinnati 1: SI. Louis 4. Only game* scheduled, THURSDAY (JAMES X. Y. Bt rittsburclBoston at Chlcaco Brooklyn at Clnc'tlirhlla. at St. Louis AMERICAN LEAGUE Philadelphia 12; Boston 11. New 1'ork 2: Washington 6. St. Louis fi: Detroit 2. Only sanies scheduled. THURSDAY GAMES Cleve-nS »t Wash'on] Chlcano at rhlla'la Detroit at N. Yorkist. Louis at Boston AMERICAN ASSOCIATION YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Columbus li: Toledo 4. THURSDAY GAMES Kan City »t Toledoi Mllw'kce at Coluntb's St. Paul at Ind'pollslMln'apolls at L'villc "The Time Has Come," the Walrus Said, 'To Talk of Many Things. .." The Walrus in Lewis Carroll's story of Alice "Through the Looking Glass," gave his friend the Carpenter the advice contained in the head- ling of this column. It must have been on a spring day, when concentration on one subject for any length of time was difficult. * * * * * * To escape that difficulty, it's also easier to write about several tilings without concentrating long on any particular one ... so ... for instance, did North Iowa folks know that Thompson has the largest gymnasium in Winnebago county, constructed under the CWA, and measuring 80 feet in length, 46 feet in width and 22 feet in height, inside? 5 ' * A regulation basketball floor, 40 iy 72 feet, will allow plenty of room or spectators. A folding stage, 40 y 16 feet can be set up, and a special Westinghouse lighting system provides plenty o£ light. No bond- ng of the school district was necessary for its construction, and 20 to 27 men were employed, receiving about $6,000 in wages. * * * In the boxing news of this section, let it be recounted that Joe Kelly ot Mason City will go to Waterloo for the summer to handle the ring game at Electric park. Pinkie Seorge will be on hand for wrestling promotion. Joe plans to be back next fall, with boxing to be his only sport for next year. Speaking ot wrestling, though, a set of rules fox onlookers at matches has gone into effect recently. Briefly, they run: (1) Don't take anything seriously. If the haughty villain socks the riandsome hero on the mug (less commonly known as the chin) just laugh. If you get mad (vulgar term for angry) somebody's bound to think you're balmy (another vulgar term meaning goofy, insane, nuts, etc.). So keep your senses. (2) If you're sitting at the ringside and it looks as though some wrestler is going to be thrown in your lap, move. Some of those bozos are pretty heavy. (3 1 Don't call the referee a bum if he doesn't say one of the grapplers is down when you think he is. Remember, he knows more about what's going on than you . . . possibly in more ways than one. * * * A nice bouquet was hauded Bud Foster, former Mason Cityan, and now freshman basketball coach at the University of Wisconsin, by "Roundy" Coughlin of the Wisconsin State Journal, in Madison. Roundy writes: "A lot of places where I talk at high school banquets Bud Foster and Bob Knake are there. These two fellows are working hard to do all they can to get boys to Wisconsin. Bud is freshman coach and his presence here has put pep into things. Knake is good enough to go out into state and do his part. This is good stuff (Turn to Market Pace) QUALITY SHOES for MEN B B PEDWIN Shoes for Men can take it! They're built to stand tough service and they're lasted to -lve you maximum comfort. But yet they're priced lor the ° ' man who has to watch his dollars. In black or tan calfskin . . . bal or blucher styles . . . and in 12 to 5 sizes ... AAA to E widths to guarantee glove- like fit. Cerro Gordo county champions, the Mason City high school baseball team, will enter the second round of district tournament play at Elma Friday, having pussed the first round through a forfeit by Lake Mills. In the picture ot the local squad, above, are: Back row, left to right--Accurso, DiMarco, Tipton, Captain Rose, Bankin, Weaver, Case, Morris, H. Hert, "Babe" Sutcr, Humphrey and T h o m p s o n . Front row--Hathaway, Mott, Snell. H. Stoeckcr, Evcrs, Lilly, Wolske, Dietz, Crabb and Lane. Manager Bowen is in the Jcft foreground, Neighbors at the right. / AMERICAN LEAGUE BOX SCORES WEDNESDAY'S GAMES NEW YOJIK--2 All II I'O A . . c m ss » i 3 r, Combs cf B 2 1 0 Ruth r t 5 1 0 0 «ehri|c Ib 3 1 12 0 C'praan If 4 1 1 0 Latzcrl 3b 4 1 2 0 Dickey c 4 1 3 1 Heffner 2b 4 I 2 4 VanAtta p 0 0 0 0 Murphy p 3 0 0 1 Smythe p 0 0 0 0 llValkcr 1 0 0 0 Totals 38 II 24 12 WASHINGTON--II A I! H I'O A Kuhel Ib » 1 14 0 Myer 2b 4 2 0 fl Manusb If 3 2 3 II Cronln ss 4 II 0 4 Schultc r.f 3 2 3 Harris rt 3 Stone rf Travis 3b Rerp c Weaver p Totals 34 I I 27 12 SPIDERS TO BE IN TWO GAMES Cubs Take on Negro Club in Pair of Contests for ThisWeek-End. Saturday and Sunday will see a pair of contests on the schedule of the Coca-Cola Cubs, Mason City- Northwood semipro ball club, as the Texas Black Spiders come to Mason City, and will also see a new policy inaugurated by the Cub management. Ladies' day, which will be a regular Saturday event for this season, will be held for the first time this week, and all women will be admitted to the game free as the Spiders play their first contest The Negro club has been playing its opening games with St. Joseph's Western league team, and showed plenty of-batting power, although it lacked pitching strength, according to a letter from Frank Haley, St. oe business manager, received by ecretary Harry Dearmin of the ubs. The games Saturday and Sunday will be carded for 3:15 o'clock. Furher contests in the schedule will ee the Hartford, Conn., Giants, now n a barnstorming trip to the west oast, playing here next Wednesday afternoon, and the Waterloo Cardinals will be the opposition on the week-end of May 20. The Cards are cheduled for a Sunday afternoon jame 'here and a night game at forthwood which will opsn the evening season. A Saturday game here s still to be arranged. xliatted for Murphy In clithlh. Score by Innings-New York O i l 000 00(1--2 Washlnston M» »«» »«*-« Errors, Cronl". Harris, Weaver: runs batted lit. Mnnnsli, c'ninln, Schulle. Harris. Bcrtf. Weaver, Dickey, Chapman; two hn*c hits. Travis, Lazieri, Combs: three base bits, Schnlte; stolen basea. Schultc: left on liases, 'ew York 10, Wa-shlnicton 7; bases on halls, of Murphy 2. Smjtlio 1. Weaver :»'""* out. hy Murphy 2. Weaver 3; hits, "» Van Atta, C In 1-3 InnlnB. Murphy. » 1» C 2-3. Smylhc, 0 In 1: wlnnlns pitcher. Weaver; loslns pitcher, Van Atta; umpires, Summers and Dlnneen; time, 2:07 -Shoes Major Standings NATIONAL LEAGUE W. I.. I'el.i W. T.. New York 111 3 .lefliSt. Louis (i 7 Tllca|!o 10 4 .714, Brooklyn 6 8 Pittsburgh 7 5 .5831 Phllodel. 4 8 Boston G B .SOOi Cincinnati 3 10 A.MKRICAN LEAGUE W. I,. Pel.! «'. I.. New York 8 6 .6151 Boston li 7 Cleveland 6 4 .600! St. Louis .1 6 Detroit 7 IS .600! Phlladel. 6 8 Wash'ton 7 7 ..TOOichlcapo 4 "· AMERICAN ASSOCIATION W. L. Pet. . «'. J,. Mln'polls 10 3 .769: Kan. C1IJ B 7 Lou'ville, 6 B .M5i Mllwa'ke, B 7 Ind'apoll; 6 5 .6451 Columbus S 7 Toledo 6 6 .500| St. Paul 4 8 Pel. .40'.' .380 .3:13 .231 Pet .46i .4.13 .42! .364 Pet .4« .41 .41 .33 WRESTLING « FRIDAY NITE 600 SEATS 500 SEATS AT AT 40c 50c Plus Tax -- Ladles, Kids 15c TWO FALLS OUT OF THREE MILO vs. ALAN STIEffBORN - EUSTACE 240, Germany. 230, WaUcfleld, Kans. S -- OTHER BOUTS -- 3 PHILADELPHIA--12 AB H PO A Wstler 2h f, 4 2 3 Cramer cf » 1 0 1 Coleman rf 4 'i * II Foil Ib 5 1 B 0 HIsKlns 3b 5 2 1 1 Flnney I f 3 1 0 0 Roy ,1'n It 2 2 0 II McKalr ss 4 2 3 .) Berry c 1 0 3 0 Hayes c 4 II 4 II Henton p 0 0 0 0 nletrlch p 3 1 1 1 Kline p 1 0 0 1 Totals BOSTON-- 1 1 Iltshop 2b 3 Werber ss 4 MorBan Ib 4 Roy 4'n if 5 R'riolds cf 4 Solters rf fi Terrell c II Walters 3b 4 Rhodes p 2 Plpjrras p 0 zConke 1 WalberK p 0 1 1 3 2 1 3 1 3 0 I 3 Pennock uzSeeds o n 0 8 1 1 1 3 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 II 0 1 0 n o u o o o 0 0 0 iBatted for rlpfirns In sixth. zzBatted for \ValberK In seventh. zzrRattcd for Fennock In ninth. Philadelphia 000 043 303--1Z Boston 330 0(12 003-11 Errors. \VchrcB 2. Reynolds, \\nllers -! runs batted In, HlgRlns 2. R«b Johnson 2, Warstler. Cramer. Colcman, Mc.Nair, Hayes, Roy Johnson 4, Morgan 2. Sollers 2, Walters 2. Reynolds: two Im.ie. lilts, Warstler 2, Cramer, IHBB'ns. ". Johnson, Mc- Nalr, Ulclrich, Morcaa, Roy Johnson. R«j 1 nolds, Solters: boineruns, Rob Johnson, Walters; stolen bases. Reynolds; sacrifices, Cramer, Wcrhcr: double plays, Hlshop to Werber to Morsan: Warstler to McNalr to Foxi: left on bases, Philadelphia 8, Boston 8: bases on bulls, off Benton 1. Dietrich 6. Kline 1. Rhodes 3; struck out, by nictrlcli fi, Rhodes 3, WalberK 1. lennnck 2: bits, oft Benton. 3 In 0 Innlnps (none out In first!. Dietrich. 3 In 5 5-3. Kline. 7 In 3 1-3. Rhodes, !l In 5 2-3. l'lpBTMs. I In 1-3. WalberE. 2 in 1. I'cnnock. 4 In "'· wild pitch, ripsras; ivlnnlnfr pitcher, Kline; toning pitcher, Walberc; umpires, Owens and McGoivan: time, 2:38. LAKE MILLS NINE CANCELS BATTLE IN DISTRICT PLftY Local Squad Members Drive to Elma to Claim Win by Forfeit Route. Mason City high school's baseball team went to the second round of the District 1 baseball tournament at Elma Thursday without opposition. The Mohawks were carded to meet Lake Mills, but won by the forfeit route when the Lakers canceled the game. Notification was received Thursday morning; from Lake Mills, and Coach Clayton Sutherland, accompanied by Capt. Fred Rose of the high school club and Cliff Hathaway, Mohawk outfielder, drove to Elma to put in an appearance at the scheduled time for the contest and claim the 9-0 forfeit. The Mohawks 'will meet Nora Springs or Nashua in the second round of the tournament, playing at 4 o'clock Friday afternoon in a lower bracket g-ame. The Floyd and Chickasaw county champions were on schedule for a late afternoon contest Thursday. Decorah and Dunkerton will play in the second round, both progressing through byes, at 9 o'clock Friday morning, while Tripoli, moving on through a bye, will meet Sheffield or Postville Friday morning at 11 o'clock. A change in the late schedule was to be made Thursday at Elma, with one of two 3:30 o'clock games moving up to the 1'30 spot vacated bj the Lake Mills forfeit. Nor; Springs and Nashua or Elma and Farmersburg were to fill the time Card Not Complete for Friday Events at Mason City Ring With an opponent for Earl Turnure, local heavyweight grappler, still -unsigned, Matchmaker Joe Kelly of the American Legion Drum corps had yet to complete his card for Friday's wrestling show at the Mason City armory, but expected to do so by Thursday night. Turnure fill appear in a 20 minute opener. The two fall main event between Milo Steinborn and Alan Eustace will go for one hour on a time limit basis Steinborn, German strong man, will weight 224, while Eustace, a Kansas native, will weigh 230. The semiwindup will see Tag Tageson of Mason City and Babe Camera of DCS Moines in a rematch at 30 minutes, and the second spot on the card will have Gentleman Jack Hader and Frank Topas, Kansas City, Mo., and Minneapolis wrestlers, respectively. The bout will be 30 minutes long. Starting time is 8:30 o'clock. Pirates Look Good for Western Games Luther Falls\tm$ TOP LOOP Before Hatvks by 6-2 Count D E C O R A H , May S.-r-lowa's mashing baseball club came from jehind in the fifth to send across 2 runs on a squeeze and blasted away for 4 more counters before :he game ended; defeating Luther lere 6 to 2 Wednesday. Crimmings, tarting pitcher, left the hill in the seventh, and Bergan gave up 3 of .he counters in the ninth. O1VA--! stc'cns :ili IlniKer cf 4 llac'an It 4 !'h'h 2b 4 linker ll 4 Mason us 4 Utid'od rf 3 Schnll't r. 4 Kroh'm it 3 All II I'll A 1 (I 2 I I 2 4 I Z n 1 i o I.UTHEIt--2 All II I'O A Alh'ts'n C.r'c'rd Luther Chell c Mlincl Kl'uso nclnes Tt Nelson cf Crlm'ps p Rercan p 111 II If 2 II II I) 2 4 4 n .1 i 1 KI i 2 It II II 2 I II I! I 0 It 2 II 0 II Totals 34 HI 27 17 I Totals Score by InnluRs: I.nther I ' l l 000000--2 ma 1100 020 103--G NATIONAL LEAGUE BOX SCORES WEDNESDAY'S GAMES UROOKLVN-- B All II I'" A Boylo r f 5 2 2 I I I'rcy 3 b 4 1 1 3 Taylor cf 4 1 \Vllsmt If I.eslln lit 3 0 2 2 2 II 4 1 . slT-'derlclI SnkM'lh e dan AN \xiJiicher Totals SEVEN SCHOOLS IN BRITT TESTS North Iowa Conference Try Scheduled for Saturday on Cinder Track. CLEAR LAKE, May S.--Seven schools of the North Iowa conference will compete on the cinders'at Britt Saturday for the conference track trophy. Buffalo Center offers a good weight man, Harkness, in defense of its 1933 title. He also has a chance to place in the high hurdles. Clear Lake high will vie for the weight events with Miller and Chizek in the javelin and Liens in the discus. Its material is fairly good in spite of the fact that it finished in cellar position last year. Wood is fair in the quarter mile, Myhr in the high jump, Joslyn and Lane in the hurdles. Belmond has a fair all-around entry list. Reinfeldt, a 100 and 220 yard dash man, is outstanding. Northwood will enter some good runners in Johnson, quartermiler, and Milkie, miler. Garner will have several good pole vaulters and Britt several good distance men. This is to be Forest City's first entrance in the track events for several years. Lake Mills is out of the running this | year as it is devoting its work to baseball. ST. LOUIS--li A mi ro A Cllft 3 b 4 1 2 1 West cf S 0 3 1 Burns Ib 1 3 111 0 I'epper If 4 2 3 0 C'pbell rf 3 0 3 0 MelHto 2b 4 0 3 1 Hcmsley c 4 2 3 2 Stranue «s 4 0 1 B Blae'er p 4 0 0 2 Totals 136 8 27 12 DETROIT--2 AB H TO A Roicll si 4 1 3 Cochrane c 3 0 5 Gr'licrz Hi 4 0 10 1 Walker It White rt Fox cf Owen 3b Sorrell p Auker p Rnivn p iGoslhi aCllfton 4 1 4 2 3 0 3 0 1 l 0 0 0 U Cerro Gordo Rifles Take Third Post in National Loop No. 9 The Cerro Gordo Pdfle club, Inc., of this city lost its seventh and final match in the National Rifle association interclub indoor league No. 9 to the Zanesville, Ohio, Rifle club by a score of 935 to 945, winding up in third place position in the league. With the gallery season ended, the local club will soon begin outdoor fire. INDIVIDUAL SCORES Team Member-- JTono btilc. W. E. Kcnyon 100 !12 1 II 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 II 4 0 4 3 i NEW 1OIIK--li A K - I I Til A Moore If 4 2 3 0 Ryan 2b-«s 4 1 1 2 Terry Ib 4 1 14 II Ott rf 3 2 2 II .lackson ss 3 0 I 4 7.0'llonl I. I 0 0 Crlli 2b 0 I-clbcr cf 4 Vercer. 3b -I Mnnciiso c 4 Schu'er p 3 34 I I S 4 12 I 0 Totals 31 10 1 ; tr xBatted for Lopez In ciKhlh. 7xMiittcl for MunKo In ninth. zUattcd for Jackson In eighth. Score by Innings-Brooklyn 000 SOU 021-- ·New York MS 000 OS*--» Krrors, I'Vcy. Moore: runs batted In, Ve Rez. Ott 3, Cncclneilo 2. Wilson. O'Doul ; l-'rey; l«(i base hits, Vercez, lioyic; h»mi runs, oil. O'Doul; double- play. Verk'ei Terry; left on bases, ?*w York n. llrool iyn 7: bases on halls, off Schumacher I'crklns 1: struck out. by Schumacher hlt.%. off I'erldns, 8 In 7 1-3 InnlnKS. MIIHK i In 2-3 Innlne: loslnc pitcher, 1'erklns wild pitch, Schumacher; umpires. Uu and Moran: lime, 2:14. CHICAGO--; Alt II TO A Kns'lMi :ib :i I i i W.H'nn 2b 4 I 3 2 Klein I f 1 1 1 0 F. H'n rf 4 0 1 0 Cuyh-r c f . 1 1 0 0 rnmllll 1 h 4 0 111 3 Jlirt-es ss 3 2 (i 2 irtnett c 3 2 2 1 Wamekc p 3 1 0 4 Totals 32 0 24 12 1'ITTSBflIMI--I A B II I'll f,. WIT ef 3 2 3 I'. Wi-r rf 3 I 1 I/stroni If 4 3 3 Velum ss 3 I J Suhr I b 4 1 1 1 I-av'to 2b 4 n 4 Tb'no.v 31l 3 Grace- c 3 Mclnu p 3 Toliils 30 0 0 0 0 Score by Innings-- Chlca-o - 1*01 (101 000-- rltlsliiiruh - m "" "II Krror--CnmlUI: runs baited in. Vauchu 2, W. Herman. I.ltirtstronl, Klein; two li;i; lilts, Suhr; three baso hit. Llnilstron homeruns, Vauj-'han, K l e i n : sacrifices, I Waner, VatiKhan: double plays, Cnnilll! Juries to rnmllll: VniiRhnn to I.uvaRcl to Suhr; Laraeetlo let VauBiian to Sob left on bates, Chicago 4. Pittsburgh i hiises on ball", "IF Melnc I. Warnejie /truck oul. hy Wnmekc- 2: umpires, Mas erknrth and Unrr: time, 1:31. II 0 0 1 0 0 Totals 32 7 27 li 100 90 . 100 85 . fld 85 . 93 85 . 4911 437 zBatted for Sorrel! In flilh. zzBatted for Auker In eighth. Score by InnlnKS-- St. Louis "02 030 000--f» Detroit 100 000 100--2 Errors, strange, Gchrintrcr, Sorrell; runs halted In. I'epper 3, Burns 2. Grecnbern: two base hits. CHft: homeruns. Burns. I'epper: double plays. Blaehohlcr to Strnnce to Burns: Gehrineer to Rogell to Grcenbere: left on bases, Detroit 4. St. Ixttils B: bases on balls, off Sorrcll 2. Blaebolder 1; struck out. by Kjorrell 2. Blaeholder 2. Aukcr ], Ro»o 1: hits, off Sorrell. fi In S, Auker, 2 In 3. Rowe. 0 In 1: passed ball, Hcmjlcy; losinc pitcher. Sorrell: umpires. Kolls, Ormsby and Hlldebrand: time, 1:68. S. A. BroSB D. Boone . . . . Al Boyer J. I*. Hanes . Team Total FINAL LEAGUE STANDING Toleilo. Ohio - r l Zanesville, Ohio 6 1 Cerro Gordo. Mason City, Iowa fi 2 Capital City, Topekn, Hans. 4 Frceport, Pa 4 Apjilcton, Wls 2 Oakland, Cal. - . 1 l.onzvlew. Wash 0 Tola! 1(12 I U O 185 J84 184 935 .714 .571 .571 .2KB .143 .000 AS CUBS FALTER TO LOSE BY 4-2 Six Games on Major Cards Wednesday; Indians Go Closer to First. By THE ASSOCHTED PJIESS As the -eastern clubs of the National league move on the west for the opening of the first intcrsection- al strife of the 1931 season a timely warning might be to look out for the Pittsburgh Pirates. It appear* very much to the point as the Buc- tineers clash with the league lead- g New York Giants in the first eries. So far the Cubs have held thu potlight more than any other west- ·n club but it was .Pittsburgh, in hiril place with only a fair showing gainst Cincinnati and St. Louis, 'hich knocked Chicago out of thu jad. Following Tuesday's 4-1 tri- mph behind Ralph Birkofer, the Pi- ates won 4-2 Wednesday with Heinle Meine, veteran righthander n the hill. (Hants T»Uc Lend. Chicago's defeat dropped the Cub* halt game behind the Giants, who vobblcd through to their third traight victory over Brooklyn, 6 ti , when Frank O'Doul smashed a 'inch homer with two aboard in the. ighth and Hal Schumacher managed to pitch a complete game after icing knocked out three times running. The Cardinals won the other Na- .ional league struggle 4 to 1 from Cincinnati, which had to get along without Jim Bottomley. Philadelphia and Boston were unscheduled. Indians Move XJp. The Cleveland Indiana advanced to within hail a game of tirst place in the American . league .without playing a game as both New York and Detroit suffered reverses. The Yanks bowed 6-2 to Washington when the Senators landed on Russell Van Atta in the first inning, collecting six hits and 4 runs tfeforo he retired with only one out. and finishing the job against Johnny Murphy in the same inning. Browns Set Tigers. The St. Louis Browns handed the Tigers a 0-2 setback on a combination of homeruns by Irving Burns and Ray Epper that produced all the tallies and George Blaeholder's 7 hit hurling. Philadelphia's Athletics outsluggcd Boston 12-11 after spotting the Red Sox 6 runs in the first two innings. Bob Johnson's pinch, homer in the seventh finally put the A's ahead. Chicago was bracketed with Cleveland for an off day. CINCINNATI--I AB II I'U A Adams 3I 4 (I 0 4 ,1. MTc r( 4 0 :i II C'osky If 4 2 1 II llnfc.v cl 4 ] S II .. pnljt Jb * 2 H n I'let Sb 4 I I 2 ;ladc KS :i II 1 1 O'I'nrMI c 3 II B 2 Frey p 2 1 0 2 Llniteey p " II II " jFlnwcrs 1 1 0 0 Totals 33 ST. 1,0 CIS -- 1 K I I I'll A Martin 3I I 1 0 Itothr'k r 4 2 2 Krlsch 2li 4 Mediv'k It 4 I -0111115 111 S V. Davis c :i Mills cf 4 Ilu'cher ss I Carlcton |i 3 3. llL'an i» (I Cup Team Players Keyed to Pitch in ,, Practice Sessions 'i | ST. ANDREWS, Scotland, May 3. ii i! |j i LV--The younger members of the i 12 0 i 0 1 3 (I 0 II 0 0 Totnls 33 9 2 7 1 7 xBntted fur Frey In eighth. Score by inninKS-- Cincinnati "OH 01(11 100--1 St. Louis Illl 001, lOx-4 Knar. I'lct: runs batted In, Mcilivlck. Frlsch 2, Mills, 1'lel: two base hits, Rnth- rock; sacrifice. V. Davis; double plays, 1 Dliroclicr to Frlsdi to Collins: Frlsch to Ilur- ochcr Hi Collins: left on buses. Cincinnati r,, St. Louis 7: bases ,m balls, off Llmlscy 1; (.truck out, by I'rcy ». Llndscy 1: hits, off Frey, 0 In 7 InnlnKS. Llndsey. 0 In I. Carlcton, 8 In 8 (none "lit In n l n t l i ) . J. Ilcan, 0 In I: winninK pitcher, Carlclon: losing pitcher, Vrcy; umpires, Klcni nnd Stewart; lime, 1:43. American Walker Cup team, who have yet to suffer from the almost fabulous terrors of the old St. Andrews golf club, appear at least to have found a course which can keep them keyed to a keen pitch day after day. Alter a long and rather tiring tour of the ruins of St. Andrews cathedral, during which they visited the graves of Scotland's golfing great, a couple of them discovered late yesterday that the local tournament which had deprived them of their usual two practice rounds was over, and Johnny Goodman, Lawson Little and Jack Westland seized their clubs and hurried out to play around again. League Leaders (Incluillnc Wednesday's Games). NATIONAL LEAGUE By Associated Press Battlns--Ott, Giants, .395. Rims--Klein, Cubs, and Vatmhan, Pirates, 15. Runs Batted In^KIeln, Cabs, 16. Hits--Moore. Giants, 20. Doubles--Ryan, Giants, 7. Triples--Suhr. rlrates, 3. Homeruns--Klein. Cubs, and Ott, Giants. B. stolen Eases--Frry, Dodders; Chlozia, Phillies: Rothrock, and Martin, Cardinals, . and Plet, Reds, 2. · Fltchlnc--Bush, Cubs, 1-0. I AMERICAN I,KAC,l"E Battlnc--Reynolds. Red Sox. .431. Runs--Morgan. Red Sox. 13. Runs Hatted In--Reynolds. Red Sox. le. Hits--Reynolds. Red Sol. 23. Doubles--Werhrr, Red Sox, 8. Triples--Manush, Senators. 3. Hnmrnins--Fo*s, Athletics, and Ronnra, ' ! White Sox, 4. slolen Bases--Walker. Tl«ers. 7. | niching--Stifling, Yankees; Thomas, Beer dealers: MASON CITY BOTTLING CO is now distributing HAMM'S BEER Just phone our new distributors, the Mason City Bottling Company, 85 ... when you want a supply of Hamm's Beer--thfi fastest selling beverage in Iowa. Ham's Hi-% ... Preferred Stock . . . Old Lager. THEO. HAMM BREWING COMPANY ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA

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