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MASON CITY 'GLOBE-GAZETTE *Â» -j- * ^Â« --. __ ^~~ -- -- ---__rir_ri rÂ±LÂ±Â±r TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 1939 -Q YANKEES^REDS-LookJ.ike Major Loop Picks Â°^lÂ«'l^box_^ VETS WILL PLAY Holy Family ReTRaidersTiT^^r^i- ST^T^ Mace Makes the Grade Mace Brown has made the grade. :Â· ,,,Â°-E_Â°li! e Â°, E , th . e ne atest jobs of relief pitching since Wiley Moore lhe S *!Â· 3 ft liad o ' b h i Z d ' f A S f? 'V? HeÂ£ i nei ' tlie 'Â«t little tallelder. He sna^ir." 1 rm 1 ' however - the 2 *"i edition of "Who's Who" U a '39 Zv, % n T^ er , -"' an tflose of went' years. Its 94 pages Us^ , , " r historics ' 14 "'"re than last year. As ulual it mU * P?J Ol "' C baseba11 writer5 ' ^ ui P"=nt as their Â· seen playne action tsome .. listed ', as Â» other years, who haven't olainf if f J i Â» H / Ion f. Ume ' whose joints would creak in com- WilMam Tpri up Â°" 101 ' ac lve duty. These are fellows like Swset into , tÂ£ P f!ft y a " d ?.'Â° us P ' e Traynor. But maybe the editors saw into the future in listing Sweet William don't forget Zok*. The W ho d .fc ng | the . ?, rst ;, baSing f Â° r Ter ^' s Giants this summer ereaS Mi n rt hl ^. t , he Â° mcial f Â«Â«veU to a number of past Hovt Â»n?w n f Â» C M ! ckey Coeh Â« n e and FranWe Fisch, H^tte "ey had it Tho I , Iornsby afnd Charle v Grimm, all great guj's while took nut i'i M ?'Â° ?TÂ° ne l lÂ° m t h e pages Â£or ihe firs t Â«Â»e- Thev wilh Fittsbnrg" Man Â»sh. too, but he fooled them. He landed T * *' * . Â» * In place of the gone-bul-not-forgotten heroes are a new cron One newcomer, for instance, is Red Kress, who has been n the bF E buTeYso , n S fir?h- R ^ W C n t " P and d Â° W " from the big time to thl out ,?wL/f^ h Â£ edlt Â° rs a .PP are "Â«y were waiting until they found Â° h 0 m g t0 ^ ^ elevator left hi TM in ^ Â« 4= i Bob's the New Champion? : Something was said here the other day about awarding Marvin Â° 0 f M y the Bason's honors f o r high school basketbaS e someone could and dill . . . J. J. Carroll writes from ^^^ Fia TM*TM- ""d workinfforward with oruo county champions, scored 272 nomts this Who's ncxt^or^ocs the championship go to Bobby? P n n - : , Th ? baEketb aÂ» banquet season i s f u l swin- Popejoy h.gn school s teams were entertained bv their mothers ' ' ' Fish Help Engineers Plan "Traffic" Through Dams ON IOWA TRIP Basketball Squads lo Visit University on Weekend Jaunting DES M01NES, (IDPAj--Twen- ty-four boys who made the Iowa Daily Press association's three all- state high school basketball tennis will be guests of the association a( Iowa City and the University ot Iowa Friday evening and all day Saturday, it was announced Tuesday. Coaches of the all-slaters will also be guests of the association of which the Mason City Globe-Gazette and 25 other leading Iowa afternoon daily newspapers are members. A big program, which will be announced in the Globe-Gazette later this week, has been arranged by the association in co-operation with the university and several Iowa City civic organizations. I t . is probable that the all- staters will choose up sides for an all-star game on. the huge university fieldhouse floor Saturday morning. A. luncheon, high spot of thp meeting, has been arranged for Saturday noon. Three Types of Trout m Experiment Use IOWA CITY--The best types of fishways, the passages in-dams for the benefit of traveling fish, are being determined in the University of Iowa's hydraulics laboratory and the fish themselves are co-operating. Models have been constructed embodying the best known designs of America and Europe, and ilirce varieties of trout are used m experimentation. The fish are encouraged (o swim up and down the fishways While observers note the efficiency It is expected that full-size fish- ways will be installed in the laboratory's dam and operated during the spring fish run. The project, under way.for more than a year, is being carried on in co-operation with the Iowa Conservation commission. College professors are usually absent-minded ... That's untrue! Â· Il's alsa a mistake to bclicx'e that you can't open an account here. Convenient terms can be arranged --you can have the advantage oE the finest clolhes, reasonably priced --and "charge it." O P P E H H E I M E R CLOTHES $35 and ,p An fncejfnent in good appearance THElHUB OX FEDERAI^- JUST OFF STATE Cards to Close Up Florida Camp Site ST-PETERSBURG, Fla., OJ.R_ rne St. Louis Cardinals will close then- St. Petersburg training base after one more game with the Washington Senators. The Redbirds will start north Wednesday, I i p l a y n i g 16 road games in 16 d i f - I ! fcrent cities. J The Cards scored their 10th win! in 16 exhibition starts. 10 to 4 over the Boston Bees, Monday. Softball Plans to Be Set on April 7 Friday, April 7 will see softball plans for the new season coming to a boil as local managers meet to set schedules for the Y. M. C. A. league. The meeting will be held in the Hi-Y. room at the Y. M. C A., at 7:30 p. m., Chairman Jake Mallo of the softball committee announced Tuesday. THIS "MAKIN'S" TOBACCO SPINS UP OTS "CRWg OTT" TO ROaFASTAND nM*) PRINCE A1BERTS SPECIAL CUT MEANS COOl'MAXIMS' 'SMOKES. AMP,MAN. ' WHAT FLAVOR! I fino roH-your.own d c *rclteÂ» la Â·"? pockctlia of Prince Albtrt E ALBERT THEHATIcmAl JOY SMOKE VETS WILL PLAY TOUGH TO SHOVE BRONX BOYS HIGH American League Has Stronger Look Through Early Spring Session By GAYLE TALBOT Associated Press Sports Writer ATLANTA M 1 )--Tile baseball teams, brown and lull of orange juice, are about ready to break camp and head back north, so now is as good as any to have a look at the general situation. First, it seems apparent after visiting .11 teams in-Florida and Louisiana that the American league has, if anything, increased its superiority over the National league as a whole, granting for the sake of argument that it is for the time being a stronger circuit. The Yankees are bound to be better, even with Lou Gehrig playing on u dime at first base and the only thing that might keep them from winning their fourth world championship would be for something to happen to either Lefty Gomez or Red Huffing, or both. They were making bets around St. Petersburg, incidentally, that Gehrig would be replaced by Babe Dablgren before the season ends Sox, Tigers Look Tough Both the Boston Red Sox, who finished second to the Yanks last year, anrf the Detroit Tigers, who finished a fast-coming fourth, appear to have strengthened, too, and my guess is they will fight it out for second place this time. The Sox have a potential star in their rookie outfielder, Ted Williams, while the Tigers will be sounder at shortstop and third- base and might have great pitching if Schoolboy Ro\ve and Fred Hutchinson both. come through. Cleveland's fortunes admittedly rest in the right'arm of Johnny Allen, who had an elbow operation during the winter. If he doesn't make a 'comeback they could even drop out ot the first division. None of the other four American league clubs, from what I've seen and heard, has made any important improvement, though the Washington Senators could make it tough on the leaders if Bucky Harris should find himself a starling pitcher among all those Cubans. Cincinnati Hot Club Cincinnati is the hot club in the National league, the only one that has token on a load of strength and .already is making gestures at the,pennant. Will McKechnie'^ fine young outfit vaulted from last place in 1937 to fourth last year, and there's no law that says they can't jump four more notches this time. There is the sort of team that might take charge of its league for several years and give the Yankees a real scrap in the world series, to boot. Some observers think the Reds lack "balance." All I i;now is they have good fielding, fine hitting and a remarkable collection of pitchers, now that Lefty Grissom is back in form. Also they have the pennant bug. Maybe I wouldn't be so high on the Reds iÂ£ there were any real reason to believe that their chief rivals will be bettter than last year, or even as good. The feeling around the south is that the Chicago Cubs, last year's champions, stripped their gears when they let Bill Jurges go to the Giants. Not Even First Division . One pretty competent baseball man offered to bet, given the proper odds, that the Cubs wouldn't finish in the first division Pittshurgh's veteran club probably had its last big chance when it blew the flag in the closing days of the 1938 race after holding what looked like a safe lead. A team that undergoes such an experience seldom snaps back. The Giants will have to be considered a third-place team, at best, until it is seen for sure that Hubbell and Schumacher can win again. So what's to keep the Reds out of there, providing they get their share of the breaks and do not lose their key men by illness or injury? If any of last year's leaders drops out ot the first division, the Boston Bees are the logical team to move up. It looks like they might have two .300 hitters in their lineup this season, an increase of one. Giants Open Series With Dallas Steers DALLAS. Tex., (U.PJ--The New York Giants came here Tuesday for the first of a two-game series against the Dallas Steers of the Texas league. The game began seven-inning stretches for the Giant pitchers, who have worked no more than four frames at a time previously. Slim Melton or Harry Gumbert were expected to get the first call. Nats Rained Out of Kansas City Tussle TAMPA, Fla., fJ.R)--The Washington Senators, rained out of a scheduled game with the Kansas City Blues at Haines City Monday journeyed to St. Petersburg to meet the St. Louis Cardinals in an exhibition game. Jimmy Deshong and Pete Ap- plfiton were scheduled to take the mound against the Cards. Hurler Monte Weaver was sold Monday to the Boston Red Sox. Vega f : . Ziegler / Cavanaugh g DeGregorio fi . Schrailt c . . cross g ;; Taylor f-c Holy Family Back After U. S. Tourney Maroon Squad Drops Close Games With Eastern Catholics Maroon Record NATIONAL TOURNAMENT Individual Scoring FG FT PFTP 21 10 lg 52 Opponents' Totals FG FT PF TP Southeast 'Philadelphia) 11 g in 30 Central ( Wheeling . , . . 1 3 7 12 33 TOTALS 24 15 22 63 Holy Family high school's Maroons were home from the wars Tuesday, their basketball season finally at an end. The local team had returned from the National Catholic interscholastic basketball tournament at Loyola university in Chicago Losing to the strong defensive squad of Southeast Cathedral, a Philadelphia, school with more than 1,000 enrollment, the Maroons were dropped from championship competition in the national meet last Thursday. The Philadelphia school won, 30 to 24, raelliner down an early Maroon lead and clamping on a. defense that kept the Mason Cityans 20 minutes without a field goal. It appeared that Holy Family was on its way to a win in a consolation tournament contest, when the Maroons led Central Catholic of Wheeling, W. Va., 22 to 16 at the half in a Friday game, Â· but the eastern squad moved out in the late periods to win, 33 to 28. Danny Vega led the Maroons through their pair of games, with a total of 12 points, as scoring honors were divided among five members of the local starling lineup. The national tournament, sixteenth annual affair to be held under the auspices of Loyola university ivas won hy Central Catholic of Fort Wayne, Ind., In its fourth appearance at the meet. The Booster five defeated Leo high school of Chicago, 44 to 37, in the final game. Third place went to St. Ignatius of Chicago, victor over St. George of Evanston, 111.. 27 to 23. Father Hyan of Nashville. Tenn.. carried off consolation honors, defeating Messmer High of Milwaukee, Wis., 36 to 35, in an overtime game. Don Heffner Alone on Holdout Roster SAN ANTONIO. Texas. (U.R)-- Second Baseman Don Hetfner was the Browns' only holdout Tuesday, Ralph Kress, red headed shortstop, wired his agreement to terms Monday night from his Santa Monica, Cal., home. Terms of his one-year contract were not announced, but it was known that the 32 year old veteran was not offered an increase over 1938. Budge, Perry Take Lesson in Doubles SAN FRANCISCO, (U.R)-- Don Budge and Fred Perry headed for the Pacific northwest Tuesday for the next stops of their current professional tour after taking a tennis lesson from Ellsworth Vines Budge and Perry teamed up in , a double.-; match here Monday mght against Vine.-- and hi? fel- ' low Pasadenan. Keith Glcdhill : | and were defeated 3-6, 6-3 6-4' | 4-6. 12-10. ' Earlier on the same program ouoge disposed of Perry, 6-0, 6-4. Pittsburgh Peps Up to Beat Coast Foe SAN FRANCISCO. (U.B--A new ahveness" in the Pittsburgh Pirates baseball team and hiÂ°hly effective pitching by Jim Tobin and Bobby Kiinger gave the Bucs theii- third exhibition victory-- to seven losses-- with a 5 to 0 shutout over the San Francisco Seals Monday Manager Pie Traynor announced that Cy Blanton will start the next same against the Seals, and Bill Clemensen will take over when Blanton's arm begins to tire. A. 6. C. READY TO PICK SPOT 1940 Site Will Be Chosen During Talks of Congress Friday CLEVELAND, (U.R)--Another invasion of major league pin.snipers was expected to change the complexion of the American Bowling congress leaders. Ninety-six teams were to peg at the leading 3,025 score rolled Saturday by Ihe Mayrose No. I , Melrose Park, 11!. A. B. C. officials and delegates from all sections of the country were arriving in town for the annual conference scheduled Friday. Legislative measures and amendments to the playing rules and regulations were to lie acted noon as well as the selection of the site for the 1910 tournament. While a half dozen cities have entered bids, the fight had narrowed down between Detroit and St. Paul. Mayor Dick Reading carried the banner for the Motor City while Tommy Gibbons, ex-pugilist, was the Apostle City proponent. Toledo and Cleveland lineups shared honors Monday night in the fiveman class by breaking into the first ten. Schmidt's Beers of Toledo look sixth place with a 2,917 fotal iti topping the 05 teams on the card. Charles Robert. Cleveland, rolled into tenth with 2.8BG. Coaches Ask Change to'Halt Late Fouls CHICAGO, (U.R)--National Collegiate association basketball coaches asked their rules ctim- mittee Tuesday to approve a rule change to halt intentional fouls. Delegates to the association's annual convention recommended the modification during their three- day session which ended Monday. Since rulemakers eliminated the center jump, coaches have noted trailing teams making deliberate fouls to gain possession of the ball after free throws. The proposed change would permit the fouled team to chose between attempting a free throw and taking the ball out of bounds. added co with strong North !owa o p p o n e t s . fr Â° m Ie " to rigllt above . Included: Â· - ' Red Raiders Win Nine of Season's Basket Tussles Imogene Wagner Tops Individual Scoring With Local Cagers In the Records FORWARDS KG FTFTMI'F TK Stukcnberfi Hectland Pugsley Nyward Hansen POSII7J3 .... Barlow A. Hueberscr .. Tolals 22 32 13 27 17 7 I 0 1 1 1 8 5 103 72 17 -I8T GUARDS PF TP Kloigl -11 A Coylc 13 D. Huebcrgcr 13 Ilemm a Freeman 3 Kaiser . l Burwcll Six to Minor Loops ST .PETERSBURG, Fla., (U.R)- The New York Yankees, who break camp Wednesday, announced option of six players to farm clubs Tuesday. Outfielder Walter Judnicii and Pitcher George Washburn were sent to the International league club at Newark: Outfielder Bill Matheson and Pitcher Al Piechota to Kansas City of the American association; Catcher .Ken Sears to Norfolk and Catcher Herb White to Bmghamton. The Yanks went to Cleanvater seeking revenge for the 3 to 2 dc- i feat administered by the Brooklyn I Dodgers Monday. i FIGHT RESULTS i By United Press NT-WARK. N. J.-Joo Warner. 117. Cleveland, oulpolnttd Ray JiliNer. 172 ' 2iev,-ark UO). 1 Sam Hale Makes Bid for Kevstone Place NEW ORLEANS, i - U.R)--With two i promising inficldcrs, Ray Mack nnd Lou Eoudreau. released tn Buffalo. Manager Oscar Vitt of the Cleveland Indians still had a sec- ' ond b a s e problem Tuesday. Sammy Hale was expected to start his first game with the tribe at Lake Charles. La., in their game with the Athletics. He hopes to ease VHt's worries. Hale has kept in the back ground while Oscar Grimes, Jim Shilling and Ray Mack had their innings and now he's turned out fighting for the job. Patton Wins Final With Doubles Mate Team-mates in Jhe I o w a d o u b l e s championship race which comes up this weekend, Willis Patton and Mickey MacDonald settled a private contest Monday r.s they battled in the city singles handball championship finals at the Y. M. C. Patton defeated JlacDaiiaW to win the local title, 21-10, 21-6. WRESTLING RESULT S By United Press CAMDEN. N. J.--aindor S M bo, Hun- ery. threw Emic Powers. Canada. PF TF ... 3 1 .-Â·. 2 0 ... a a . . . Totals .... 0 8 Â» Tying for first place in local league competition, and winning nine put oC 17 games through flic season against both !oc:il and North Iowa competition, the Hamilton School of Commerce basketball team has completed, its schedule. The Red Raiders shared first place with Decker Brothers in Y. W. C. A. recreational league play, each losing one g;ime. Lcland, Hanseil, Manly. Bode and Thornton were included in the list of North Iowa opponents faced by the Raiders. Imogene Wagner led the season's scoring with 178 points, followed by Anita Stukenberg with 173 points, while third place honors went to Arline Hectland with 85 points. The season's record: Inland 21: Hamilton 17. Hamilton 35: Manly 11. Hanseil 41: Hamilton 18. Bode 46: Hamilton 13. Hansell 37: Hamilton 13. Bode 32; Hamilton 29. Hamilton 31; HI-Trl 13. Hamilton 31: Coca Cola 18. Hamilton 24: State Brand 12. I-eland 31; Hamilton 23. Decker Brothers 31: Hamilton 24. Hamilton 62: Coca Coin 16. Hamilton 42: Hl-Trl lo. Hamilton 42: Decker Brothers 53, Hamilton 32: State Brand 9. H.-milton in: Thornton 11. I.ciaiid -16: Hnmiltnrx 21. SET GOLF DATE DES MO1NES. iJP)--lune 12 has been selected as the starting date for the annual women's city golf tournament, to be played over the Wakonda course, officers in charge of the meet said. Dr.R.W.ShuItz,D.O. Osteopathic Physician Specializing in Office Treatment of RECTAL DISEASES Booklet on Request 218-19-20 First National Bank Building Mason City, Iowa We Deliver CIGARS CIGARETTES CANDY Call Us! If Hotel Honford Mason City OREGON WINS GAGE HONORS Webfoots Outreach Ohio State to Take National Laurels EVANSTON, 111., (ffj--The University of Oregon basketball team was homeward bound Tuesday with the National Collegiate Athletic association championship and one of the most impressive records of the season. The lank, spectacular-shooting Welifnols wound uit their 32-game season Monday night with a 48 to 33 victory over Oliio State, Biff Ten conference titleholder, in tlic finals of the N. C. A. A. tournament at Northwestern university ey m . Oregon, in racetrack parlance, broke fast against the Buckeyes mid led all the way. The Buckeyes rallied early in the second half to cut Oregon's advantage to 21 to 20. but then the Webfoots brought their he : ght and uncanny one-hand shooting into play again to run their lead to 23 (o 20. From there on it was just a breeze.for the champions of the Pacific Coast conference, whose victory Monday night gave them a season's record of 27 wins in 32 game.=. Over this span they averaged just under 50 points a game. SIX GET PLAGES IN PANTHER GRID COACHING LISTS Only One Helper Is Hired on Full-Time Basis at Pitt U P 1 T T S B U R G H, (ff)--Head Coach Charles Bowser announced Tuesday the selection of a six- man staff of assistants to guide the football team of the University of Pittsburgh in 1939 and said the belated spring practice would start Wednesday, weather permitting. There will be no first assistant during Bowser's first year as successor to Dr. John Bain (Joel;) Sutherland, who resigned and whose assistants either resigned or were dismissed. Mike Kliskey, captain of the Panthers in 1935 and coach at nearby Oakmont high school for ihe past three seasons. Mike Nicksick, a Panther half back who was graduated in 1935 played a year with Pittsburgh's professional Pirates and then served as an assistant at Pitt. Robert Hoel, Evanston, 111 Pitt tackle in 1932, 1933 and 1934, and later one year with the professional Pirates and three with the Chicago Cardinals. AI Lczouski of Mahanoy Cily, Pa., a guaril the past three seasons at Pitt. Dr.. Arnold .Greene of Hunting-ton, Pa., Pitt quarterback in 193-^ and 1935 and fullback in 1936 William (Bill) Daddio of Meadville, Pn., Pitt end in 1D36, 1937 and 1B38. N'icksiek ami Greene will coach (he backs, I.ezouski the guards, Daddio the ends, Kliskey the centers and Hoc! the (ackles. Only Kliskey was hired on a full lime basis and, in addition to coaching, will act as personnel director, duties that will include keeping an eye on the scholastic standings of members of varsity athletic teams. The others were employed on a part time basis, with Daddio being designated a student coach to protect his amateur standing as p. golfer. He is a star ol the Pitl golf team. Sports Calendar Wednesday--Bowline. Women's league. Table tennis, Y. M. C. A. city lourna- REDS RAINED OUT TAMPA, Fla., (U.R)--The Cincinnati Reds and Detroit Tigers, rained out Monday, resumed their series. Red Manager Bill McKechnie announced Whitey Moore and Gene Schott would pitch. Chicago Nines Play Last Coast Contest LOS ANGELES. (U.R)--The Chicago Cubs ;ind Chicago White Sox met Tuesday in their next (o last exhibition game in California this season. Gabby Hartnett. Cubs' manager, selected Big Bill Lee to start on the mound. He faced Ted Lyons and Jack Knott. The Cubs a t e now leading the teams' spring aeries by two victories to one. The teams are scheduled to meet again Wednesday. Both w i l l leave for Yuma. Ariz. East, Midwest Play for Pro Cage Crown CHICAGO, Â«).!--Thc New York Kens and the Oshkosh, \Vis., All Stars met Tuesday at the Coliseum for the world professional basketball championship. The Rons moved into the finals Monday, delcating the -Harlem Globe Trotters 27 to 23. The Oshkosh quintet defeated Sheboygan Wis., 40 to 23, in the other semifinal game. The Sheboygan club had gained the semifinals earlier in the evening by defeating the New York Celtics, 36 to 23 ,*. Â«, ExceHeiilc anct vPailelela mt-j \Sites Â« " " WATCH MY SMOKE .The finest Havana and other imported tobaccos have been blended in La Palina to give ;you "Mildness plus Character" for five cents, Smoke a La Palina Cigar today, Ice it tcH you its own story of quality.