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March 31, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

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._ . p m Between Max Schmeling of Ger S.^' the ohaia Pion, and WiUian Striding: of Georgia, was warmin up Tuesday. A series of conferences was open ed last night, iu which sat William E. Carey, president of Madiso Square garden, New York; Joe Ja cobs, Manager of Schmeling; Shel don Clarlc, wealthy Chicago sports man, and George Getz, a member o the Illinois state athletic commis alon, and co-promoter with the lat Tex Rtckard of the Dempsey-Tun ney bout in Soldier field in 1927. From Jacobs' conversation am the fact that the revival of discus siou of the bout was held In Chi cago, it was indicated that Soldle field will be the site .of the battle and the date probably · June 19. MOHAWK CAPTAIN TO ENTER MEET Lack of Indoor Track Slows Up Early Work; H. Kohl Works Out at Iowa. Mason City will probably have but one entry in .the University of Iowa interscholastic indoor track and field meet Staurday, according to Judge^Grimsley. The abolishing or the indoor track has practically crippled early work for the Mo- Harrison Kohl, captain of this year a track team and star foi several seasons,.worked out at Iowa Ci 'yduring the spring vacation and will be entered in individual events The rest of the team is not In shape yetvtho .a fairly large squad is out. .Twenty-one schools had entered a total of 125 athletes Mondav according to the department of athletics at Iowa City, Nearly forty the"TM " e expected to enro11 f °r · These are the entries received un to Monday, with the number of men each school has named: Burlington 17; Manchester, 12; Fort'Madison, 11; Griunell and Wapello, 10- Keosauqua, 9; Merrill, 7; EmmetsburK, 6; Cresco and Wfnfield, 5; Lyons Coggan, Oskaloosa, Osceola Hawarden, and Iowa Falls, 2. AMATEUR BOXING K. C. HALL Wednesday Evening, 8:30 · ' ' ss^3f-'Jf^sifKSi!^sff^:sfi Sii j^ planned to enter politics, their destiny, so Bill is P th ' « * rC ^ nt l r m l e l ) a l ! - r, the Boston Braves r-.IKea him to back in harness onc^ more. | McKechnlo, born in. Wllkes-Barre, Pa., iijf. , . He played with various minor leugue clubs, PittsburBh and the Now York Americans until 1914 when he jumped to the InrUanapoHs Federal league team. Following the surrender of the Federal leanua, Bill drifted to the O U A l I 1 E r l c a n S ' the New y ' ork Nationals, Cincinnati and then again. 1 vlt..-ani. . oio... , 3 a a , | mg quality that has caused 'com- , , ,r =,,,,,,, ,,,.,, «,,. dlscovered its Aiijf. 7, 1S27. He played FROM T R A I N I N G CAMPS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS CHROURKE SHOWS BOYS HOW TO TWIRL NEW ONE CHATTANOOGA, T e n n.--The raited stitches on the new bal won't holp many pitchers, sak Patsy O'Rourke, scout for the Phillies, because "very few grip th ball properly." "If they held the ball the way I tell them," he said, "the elevatec seams mig-ht mean a lot." He illus trated by placing the first and second finger on two seams where they were nearest together and let the ball spin off the middle digit. * * * * . DOO KNO WILES SAYS GIANTS HAVE FEW INJURIES FORT WORTH--Doc Knowles trainer for the New York Giants says the Giants have had fewer injuries this year than ever before. * * * * COCHRANE LIKES WORK OF SOREL-TOPPED KRAUSSE ATHENS, Ga.--In the words of Mickey Cochrane, sparkplug- catcher for^the Philadelphia Athletics, Lew Krausse is "the best young Ditcher I ever saw." Krausse, a sorel-topped youth from Media, Pa., s getticg his first taste of big eague ball with the champions. * * * * KDJLEFER WANTS MEN TQ WIN 10 STRAIGHT ATLANTA--Manager Bill Kille- °er told his St. Louis Browns he ex- Jected them to win the 10 games ·emainirig on their spring schedule. Je said he would bend all efforts to hat end. No first team. will be chosen until after the close of a ive-game series with Kansas City, which opens Friday. * ^ * * TPEPPER" MARTIN SHOWS UP WELL FOR CARDINALS BRADENTON, Fla.--W r i t e r s with the St. Louis Cardinals are riving much attention to "Pepper" Martin, up from Rochester, who will inherit the centerfield Job if Baylor Douthit goes to the Philadelphia Phillies in a prospective eal for Chuck Klein. * « · * * NO FLYING PIRATES FOR MANAGER JEWEL ENS LOS ANGELES--A couple of ittsburgh Pirates went to Manger Jewel Ena today and said they uessed they'd fly over to San ·"rancisco after Wednesday's game. Ens said he guessed they wouldn't, j EXPERTS BELIEVE INDIANS HURLING WILL BE POWERFUL NEW ORLEANS -- Outfielde Dick .Porter, who studies pitching- from the plate, and Wesley Ferrel who knows quite a bit how it' done, are convinced the Clevelam Indians are going to have som formidable pitching. Both bellevi Fay Thomas and Clint Brown wil come thru. a * * HOWLEY SAYS REDS LOOK BAD AT PRESENT ·, MACON--Dan Howley, manager of the Cincinnati Reds, says he ia wining to admit that "the team a present is the worst looking major league outfit I have ever seen, bu I am positive there are better times coming-." * * * MANAGER BUSH STILL CHEERY WITH CUBS FORT WORTH--No matter how many things go wrong with the Chicago White Sox, Manager Donie Bugh manages to find something of cheery nature. The pitching of southpaw Garland Braxton has been uniformly encouraging and with Caraway, Frasier anc Moore, he promised t o - b e a big- help until Lyons and Thomas regain form. * * * "SAD SAJVI" GETS JOB TO HIS LIKING BILOXI, Miss.--"Sad Sam" Jones has found a pitching assignment much to his liking. Looking over poster advertising Tor the- Washington Senators' ;ame with the house of. David team, and spotting the whiskers, he said: "Those fellows look to tie just about my age, and I'd like to pitch against them." Manager Johnson gave him half of the job, * * * MCMANUS MAY JOIN DETROIT TIGERS SAN FRANCISCO -- Whether the Detroit Tigers will have the 'aluable services of the veteran tfarty McManus at third base for he full season may be known hortly. McManus has Joined the egular squad after spending' sev- ra! weeks in and around Sacra- nento and is expected to try out lis game leg under the eyes of Manager Bucky Harris within the ext few days. Miss Orcutt's medal score was tw strokes better than Glenna Collctt' record 77 in 1926. Glenna'g scor was matched by Virginia Van Wie Chicago, runner-up to Miss Orcut for medal honors. Other matches today include Helen Sillick, Greenwich, Conn vs Mrs. O. S. Hill, Kansas City; Mrs A. E. Bulson, Fort Wayne, Ind. vs Peggy Wattles, Buffalo, N. Y.; Ber nice Wall, Oshkosh, Wis., vs Vir ginia Van Wie. SWEDES!TM GIANTS IMS Back-Hand Passers Sched ule Rematch at Osage for Friday Night. MANLY, March 31.--Olsea'a Terrible .Swedes defeated the.QIlker- son Union Giants here Monday evening in the high school gym by a score of 17 to 15. This Is the second game the Giants and Swedes have played. The Giants won the first at Marshalltown rerVitly by 19 to 12 The Swedes are now within one game of their one hundredth victory for the season with 18 losses A rematch between tha two teams has been scheduled for Friday night at Osage. The Terrible Five fr^m-Humansvllle, Mo., rates as the champion back-hand passim? aggregation of the world. CARDINALS WIN THIRD TOURNEY Close Season as Champions of Northern Iowa and Southern Minnesota. SWEA CITY, March 31.--The 3wea City Cardinals won another basketball tournament--this time at Blue Earth, Minn. The Cards de- eated the following teams by lopsided scores: Bancroft, 43 to 25- Fairmont, Minn., 42 to 23, and Blue Earth 43 to 14. This ia the third tournament that the Cards have won this year. In the season's playing they lost nly five games, four of those being o the Gilkerson Union Giants, two f which were by two point scores. The other game was lost to the aorlea Packing company of Albort ^ea, This tournament closed the eason for the Cardinals as the hampions of southern Minnesota nd of northern Iowa. The habit of eating club santl- 'iches has advantages. The dentist oes better work when he can get oth hands in.--Kewaneo Stnr- "ourfer. Tmtnrcrrinr BEATS OILERS lowana Quintet Wins From Chapin O'Neil in Two; J. Duncan Is High. Tuesday's Schedule ' Allen Cnfo vs. Ideal Sand nna Gravel on alleyN 5 and C at 8:15*. Pnlstaff I'ale vs. II. o. Boyd Bowling company on alleys 7 and 8 at 7:45. The Oakland-Pontiacs and the Deckers' lowanas each won two games out of three from their opponents, the Chapin O'Neil Coal company and the Champlln Refining company in Monday nlght'i bowling in the straightaway league at the Boyd bowling alleys. Both of the winning teams took thoir second games by tne margin of four pins. J. Duncan took the high single game with 233 and also took the high throe-game total with 387. He ?°f ed out Th «isen who shot 232 and ODD. 1 FIGHT RESULTS B. Duncan 104 Ifio J. Duncan .,233 143 *?""" 108 183 Win, Duncan .... 143 no P. Duncan 175 loa Totals 018 8 ]g Team average--BOB. CIIAMM.W IIEFININO COMFANV. Hi]' 1 "" 1 192 232 HZ-- S88 w/iwron";;;;;;;; "147 173 Mnrphew ,IBI 302 ! " der "l60 182 * otnls 814 03- Team avera 160-- C43 101-- tin 132-- 483 178-- 470 101-- (532 SOI--2505 100-- 487 180-- Sia 162-- f25 1G4-- .-iOll 857--2C03 O'NElr. C0\l. COJfPANV. M p . / , 16 ° !·"! 180--505 ?· F .\ M H7 133 173 160 ......... Totals .......... goo Team average-- 832. 182 180 200 347 107-- .147 ISO-- BH 1.1S-- 40G 108-- S31 810--2400 DECKERS' IOWANAS. Sf- St "n Ifll IQO h . cl 187 J58 JaoDonald .'..102 ge-- 846. 1.17-- 505 HI-- Ififl 114-- 033 102-- 602 170-- BOO 780--2538 EXHIBITION BASEBALL By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS CHATTANOOGA--Boston (A) 5- Chatanooga (SA) 2. LOS ANGELES--Chicago (N) 18; Pittsburgh (N) 8. BIRMINGHAM--New York (A) 4; Birmingham (SA) 2. ATLANTA--Atlanta (SA) 5; 'hiladelphia (A) 2. GREENSBORO, N. Car.--Philadelphia (A) Seconds 10; Rochester IL) 8. AUBURN, Ala. -- Philadelphia N) ,11; Alabama Poly 5. BRADENTON, Pla--St. Ixmlg N) 5; Boston (N) 4. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK--Stanley Poreda Jersey City, outpointed Johnnj Riako, Cleveland (10); Joe Banovie Binghampton, N. Y., outpointed Bob Olin, New York [10); Joey Lagrey New York, outpointed Young Terry Trenton, N. J., (10). PHILADELPHIA--Young Pirpo PennsgTove, N. J., outpointed Benny Bass, junior, lightweight champion (10), non-title. DENVER--George Manley, Denver, knocked out Meyer (K. O.) Chrlstner, Akron, Ohio, (4). · CHICAGO--Joey Freeman, Chicago, knocked out Beny Ra'y, Detroit (4); George Kerwin, Chicago knocked out Herb Anderson, Terre Haute, Ind., ( 2 ) . LOUISVILLE, Ky.--Walter Pickard, Indianapolis, knocked out Jack Kracken, Champaign, 111., (3). FIRSTNATllAL BEATS OIL TEAM Lundberg Bowlers Drop 2 Games to Deckers' lowanas. In the women's league, the First National bank team won three games from the Standard Oil and Deckers' lowana bowlers took two james from the D. K. Lundberg bowlers in Monday night's rolling on the Boyd bowling alleys. Honors for the evening went to Wall of the Standard Oil, who rolled 189 for high single and 527 for the high three-game total. FITUST NATION A r, n.\ Rigors 132 n Dougherty . us Horneniteln 101 Matz loo McLnuKhTIn Ill Totnls S75 Team average--605. STANDARD OIL. ISO 134 07 100 130 (101 NK. 1.10-- 435 123-- 372 08-- 20U 130-- 354 07-- 338 720--2060 Wan 180 Walters 127 C OD mo Byjir.i .......ie2 Totals 010 Team average--630. 73 ion 88 113 188-- 527 17fi-- 370 100-- 300 1QI-- 27-1 ll»-- 43(1 073--1007 100-- 30(1 oo-- son 117-- 30u 170-- 431 000--107(i BECKERS' I01VANAS. Woignak mo 153 H°' v ; 100 100 H. Erlckson uj Q± ff"5. · · 75 108 M. B r c k w n 112 346 TM"» 020 000 Team average--6. r i9. D, 1C. LUNDnEBO'S. llfl o? 120 34* "'I'" 1 US 103 100--316 · iall : h 81 112 llg-- 311 i£TM'" HO 113 83--300 R TM n e r i3G 13 .j 13C 4m TM als 033 636 013--1D12 Team average--837. There have been 640 different makes of automobiles since the birth of the auto industry, says a statistic. And. most of them, of course, have since been re-tired -Austin Herald. Eight Teams to Start Play in Association May 10. WAVERLY, March 31.--C. H. Knight of Nashua has been named president of the Cedar Valley baseball league, with Ed Kohlmann of Wavorly, secretary and treasurer. Eight towns Lawler, Fredericksburg, Nashua, Sumner, Tripoli, Denver, Clarksville and Waverly will be league members. The playing season will open May 10. more high totals " previous evening 1 of the Eight totals of better th. were chalked up. ' INDOOR 1JASEBALI, S One, Junior colie'ge,' ", ._ 3, Y Seniors, 4, Y'a, Men, ( Company and 6, Brownies." March 25--a vs. 2, 3 vs. April 1--1 vs. 3, 2 vs. 5J April 8--1 vs. 4, 2 vs. 6,1 April 15--1 vs. 5, 2 vs. 4," April 22--1 vs. 0, 2 vs. April 29--1 vs. 2, 3 vs. May 6--1 va. 3, 3 vs. 5, ., May 13--1 vs. 4, 2 vs. 6 . May 20--1 vs. 5, 2 vs. 4,1 May 2T--1 vs. 0, 2 va. 3, · m r ^l I frB^'F?"^^ That's the experience be! hind todays mild San Felid We know they are as nee perfect as nature, humd skill, and sanitary machine can make them. 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