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BASEBALL Texas Black Spiders to oppose Coca-Cola Cubs in second set of games at fairgrounds Saturday and Sunday. ^ BOWLING Out oi' town bowlers will compctu in second week-end of Lyons bowling classic on Saturday and Sunday. FRIDAY, MAY .4. 1934 CAVALCADE RULES AS FAVORITE IN DERBY TOP BREAK WILL GIVE FILLY GOOD CHANCE AT RACE Blacksmith Tells World How Cavalcade Can Outrun Field in Trial. LOUISVILLE, Ky., May 4. UP)-The beauties of the three-year-old thoroughbred world will race tomorrow lor the honors that go with victory in the most famous stake on the American turf, the Kentucky derby, but, take it or leave it, you can put down this tip from the tet- ting man and the blacksmith: At least one gentleman at the party will refuse to see the ladies home first. Perhaps one or both of the popular beauties involved in this affair, Charles T. Fischer's flashy Mata Hari and Col. Edward Riley Bradley's more sedate Bazaar, will disprove the supposition of masculine superiority but the odds are against them. Cavalcade Heads Odds. If a lady is to enjoy the thrills o£ triumph, it is more likely to toe Mrs. Isabel Dodge Sloane, New York and Florida sportswoman, whose crack colt, Cavalcade rules the 2 to 1 favorite, with his stable- mate, Time Clock. If something more convincing than the betting .odds is required, there's the word of the blacksmith who will affix the light aluminum racing plates to the twinkling hoofs of the Brook- 'roeade stable's pair. Up to now, he's the one fellow who has been silent. ' "Colt or filly, there's no horse that can beat Cavalcade in this lierby,'' he volunteeers. "Boy and man, I have been putting plates on .'em for upwards of 30 years and I tell you there's no three-year-old /as fast as this fellow today. Don't believe any of that stuff about his being nervous and jittery. He's just vS.big bully, that's what he is. and 1 ^' c it as any horse I ever shoed. '· ^ fan go any distance on any I'pgv of track. If it's muddy, so Bi«a';%,the better." V... JUP Record May Tumble. fast track and under the v competitive conditions cy Grand's derby record of *-5 may be broken. Cavalcade :«as the speed to do it Mata Hari fa tempermental equine lass, has I'shown rare flashes of racing form Land may never be headed, if she '(breaks on top of the field. ,' Peace Chance, trained in Ken- itucky to carry the hopes of Joseph I'E Widener, chairman of the New York Jockey club, broke Twenty Grand's mile record for Churchil Downs this week. League Results NATIONAL LEAGUE New York 5: Pittsburgh 3. Boston 6; Chlcap.0 0. Brooklyn 3; Cincinnati 2. Philadelphia 7; St. louis 8. FRIDAY GA1IES 1- T. at Fittsbureh Boston at ChlcaB Brooklyn at cin'natl Phll'bla at St. Loul: AMERICAN LEAGUE No (tames played--all rained out. FRIDAY GAMES Cle-relana at Wash. Chlcaso at Ph la Betrolt at If. York St. "tools at Boito" AMERICAN ASSOC.IATIOIS Kansas City 5: Toledo 3. Indianapolis 5: St. Paul 3- Columbus 4; Milwaukee 1. Sllnneapolls 6; Louisville 1. FRIDAY GAMES K Cttv at Toledo Mli'kce at Columbus St Panl at Ind'polla Min'polls at Louls'Ie IT'S DERBY TIME, AGAIN--HORSES RUN DOWN IN OLD KAINTUCK Broker's Tip winning 1933 Kentucky Derby. KENTUCKY DERBY HISTORY Years Winner Earned 1870--Aristides .f2,80(l 187G--Vagrant 2,950 3877--Baden Baden 3,300 1878--Day Star 4,050 1879--Lord Murphy 3,500 1889--Fonso ...- 3,800 1881--Hindoo 4,410 1882--Apollo 4,560 1883--Leonatus 3,760 18S4,--Buchanan 3,900 1885--Joe Cotton 4,630 1886--Ben AH 4,890 ] 887--Montrosc 4,20l 1889---Spokane (1) 4,970 1890--Riley 5,460 1891--Kingman 4,680 1892--Azra 4.230 1893--Lookout 4.090 1894--Chant 4,020 1895--Halma 2,970 1896--Ben Brush 4,850 1897--Typhoon II ( 2 ] . 4,850 1898--Plaudit 4,850 1899--Manuel 4,850 1900--Lieutent Gibson 4.850 3901--His Eminence .. 4,850 1902--AIlan-a-Dalc ... 4,850 1903--Judge Himes ... 4,850 1904--Elwood 4,850 Year Winner 1905-- Agile ............. 1906 -- Sir Huon .......... 1907-- Pink Star ......... 1908-- Stone Street ....... 1909 -- Wintergreen ...... 1910-- Donau ............ igi] -- Meridian .......... 1912-- Worth ............ 1913 -- Donerail .......... 1914-- Old Rosebud ...... 1915-- Regret (3) ........ 1916-- George Smith ...... 3917-- Omar Khayyam ... 19] g -- Exterminator ...... 1919-- Sir Barton (4) ..... 1920-- Paul Jones ........ 1921-- Behave Yourself ... 1 922-- Morvich . . ......... 1923-- Zev .............. 1924-- Black Gold ........ 1925-- Flying Ebony ...... 1926-- Bubbling Over ..... 1927-- Whiskery ......... 1928-- Reigh Count (5) .. 1929-- Clyde Van Dusen . . 1930-- Gallant Fox ....... 1931-- Twenty Grand (6) . 1932-- Burgoo King ...... 1933 -- Broker's Tip (7) ... arned 4.SDO 4.850 4,850 4.850 4,850 4,850 4.850 4,850 5,475 9,325 11,450 9.750 16,600 14,700 20.825 30.375 38,450 53,775 53,600 52,775 52,950 50,075 51,000 55,375 53.950 50.725 48.725 52.350 48,925 (D_Rccord for mile and half, 2:34K. (2)--Distance changed to mile and quarter. (3)--Filly. (4)--Maiden. (5)--Highest price. (6)-Record for mile and quarter, 2:01'a. (7)--Maiden. Churchill Downs during running: of a derby. NATIONAL LEAGUE BOX SCORES THURSDAY'S GAMES BOSTON--r, A I S I I P O A 'Mil ss (i 1 3 2 Jordan Jb 3 1 13 0 Bcrser c f 4 3 2 0 IVorth'n rt 3 0 2 0 Whlfy 3b 4 2 0 :) M'M'IM 2b 4 1 0 7 MODI? If 3 0 4 0 Spobrer c 4 I 3 II Brandt p 4 0 1 1 Totals 3t 9 27 13 CHICAGO--0 AB II PO A Ualan 3b 3 0 0 1 \\\ H'an 3b 4 1 2 7 Klein If 4 0 4 II Cliyler r f 3 0 3 1 Slaln'ck cf 3 0 3 1 KnRlisli ss 3 0 1 4 Crimm Ib 3 0 10 0 Hartnett c 3 1 * 0 Malonc p 2 0 0 2 l.ec p 0 0 0 0 xSl'h'son 1 0 0 0 IVnrd p 0 0 - 0 0 Totals 211 2 27 Id xBatted for Lee In eighth. Boston .102 001 20(1--6 Chicago 001) 000 000--0 Error, W* Herman: run* batted In, Berber 2, Whitney 3, McManus; two base hits, Berttr, 2« Whitney; Itomcmns, Bcrgcr, Mc- ftlanav; sacrifice. ' Jordan; double play* Cityler to Grimm; left on bases, Boston 5. Chicago 3; base on balls, off Briindt 1 , Malone 2. Ixe 1: struck flit, by Brandt 3, Malone 3: hits, off Malone 9 lit " limincn, I-eo 0 in 1, Ward f) Itt 1; losing pitcher. Malmo Umpires, Stewart and Klem. ttime, 1:3:1. NEW YORK-- 5 A B II PO A Moore If 5 3 0 0 Crllz 2b 5 1 3 : Terry Ib 5 3 12 0 0 0 Ott rf 4 I. Jackson ss 5 3 Lelbcr c f 1 0 1 0 U'atklns cf 4 0 5 0 Vcrcez 3b 4 0 1 * Richards c 2 0 3 1 Clark p 1 0 0 0 Bell p 2 1 0 1 Totals 38 12 27 14 PITTSBURGH- AB I L. Wer cf 5 P. Wer rf * L'd'rom If 3 V'gltan ss 4 Suhr Ib 3 Lava'to 2b 3 Th'now 3b 4 Padden c 3 zzLucas 1 French p 0 Smith p 2 zJenscn 1 Hoyt p 0 zzzTra'nor 1 II PO A 1 3 I) 3 3 0 0 4 0 0 1 3 Totals 34 8 27 t zBatted for Smith In seventh. zzBatted for Padden In ninth. zzzBatted for Hoyt In ninth. Xew York 003 001 001--5 Pittsburgh 002 100 000--3 Errors, walking, Vergcz, Thevenow: runs hatted In, Jackson 4, P. Waner, Thevenow, Ott; three base hit, Jackson; homerun, .Jackson; sacrifice. Clark; double plays, Vaagban to Suhr, Bell to Jackson to Tern': left on bases. New York 10, PlftshurEh 7: base on balls, off French 1, Clark 3. Smith 2; struck out. by French 1. Clark I. Smith 1. Hoyt 2. Bell 1: hits, off French 7 In 2 1-3. Smith * In 4 2-3. Hoyt 1 In 2. Clark 3 In 3 (none out in fourth). .Bell 5 in 6: wild Pitches, Clark 2: winning pitcher. Belt; los- ltt£ pitcher, Smith. Umpires, Rigler and Stark. Time, 2:11. The Day's Stars I By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS 1 Ed Brandt, Braves--Shut out Cubs with i two hits. H'' Danny Taylor, TJodpers--Knocked In two I tons with single In rally that beat Beds. I1 Herman Bell, Giants--Gave Pirates only f': Jive hits In six InnlnKS of relief iiltchlnf. STYUS...NEW IDEAS ) ABEL SON INC. zBatted for Kolp In eighth. zzKan for Lombard! In eighth, Brooklyn "00 000 030--3 Cincinnati 000 000 020--2 .Errors, none: runs hatted In, Taylor -» Leslie, Moore 2; two base hits, Leslie, Jordan; three base hit, Moore: sacrifice, Frcy; left on bases, Brooklyn 7, Cincinnati 4: bai;e on nail!', off Bruce 1. Kolp 2; struck wit, by BCHRC 4, Kolp 2; hits, off Kolp 8 In R innings Shautc 1 In 3: loslnc liltehrr. Kolp. fmplrcs, Morgan and Quiglcy. Time, 1:46. BROOKLYN--3 AB H PO A 5 1 2 Boyle rf Frcy 3 b - 3 1 0 Taylor ef 4 1 2 0 Wilson If 4 0 1 0 Ch'man If 0 (1 0 0 Leslie Ib 3 2 13 0 C'c'ello 2b 3 0 0 Lopez c *t Jordan ss 4 Bengc p 4 2 6 1 1 3 3 1 0 5 Totals 34 9 27 14 CINCINNATI--2 AB II PO A Adams 3b 4 0 1 3 Moore rf 4 1 1. 0 Com'sky If 4 0 1 0 Haley c f 4 0 2 0 Koenlu Ib 3 1 IS u PIrt 2b 4 t O'F'rell ( Slade ss Kolp 3 0 4 1 3 1 1 4 2 0 Elyombard! 1 1 iilllakeler 0 0 0 » Shaute p 0 0 0 0 Totals 32 5 27 IS CARDS WIN FOR FIFTH IN STRING 8-7 Triumph Adds to List of Slugging Baseball Games on Record. By ASSOCIATED PRESS. The St. Louis Cardinals, riding the crest of a hitting wave that has supplanted their supposedly invincible pitching, now are justifying the predictions made for them before the National league season started. After losing 7 of their first 9 games, the Cards began hitting and an 8 to 7 triumph over the Phillies Thursday made it 5 in a row and gave them a .500 average for the first time since the second day of the campaign. Collect 60 Blows. In the course of this streak they have collected 60 hits and S4 runs to make victories possible although only one pitcher has gone the route. Thursday's contribution was 11 blows off Phil Collins, of which Joe Medwiclc collected 2 singles and his fourth homerun. Despite their comeback, the Cardinals still are out of the first division. The Boston Braves, the only team they had a chance to oust from the top four Thursday, came through with a smashing 6-0 victory over Chicago's Cubs and went into a tie with the defeated Pittsburgh club a half game ahead of the Cards. Brandt Sets Down Cubs. Ed (Dutch) Brandt added to the southpaw plague that has bothered the Cubs recently by holding the Chicago sluggers to 2 puny singles to shut them out for the first time The Braves, meanwhile, smacked Pat Malone for 9 blows, including aomers by Marty McManus anc Wally Berger. Chicago's troubles started even before the game when Billy Jurges, regular shortstop, was carted off to the hospital with a mild attack of appendicitis. The New York Giants improvec their position at the top of the standing by defeating the Pirates 5 3 as Travis Jackson accounted for 4 runs with a triple with loadet sacks and a homer. Brooklyn and Cincinnati battled through seven scoreless innings before the Dodgers got to Ray Kolp for 3 runs, enough to win, 3-2, in the eighth. Rain wiped out all four American league games. PHILADELPHIA--7 AR II PO A Kartell ss 3 1 2 « Ruble rf Fullls If Hurst Ib Allen cf Wlsoi 1 I 3 1 4 1 7 B 2 5 .left's 2b [lop's 3b 1 r 2 1 0 Chfia 3D o 0 0 0 r. coirs pi i i i aHendr'k t 0 0 0 bHasIn 1 1 0 0 ST. LOUIS--S Alt II FO A Martin 3b 5 I 0 2 Roth'k Tf 4 2 I 0 Krlsch 2b 4 0 (1 2 Medw'k If i 3 1 0 ,1. Col's Ib A'. Davis c Mills cf Daro'r us Rhem p P. Dean p Halnes p cOrsattl 1. B tl 0 7 3 0 3 0 1 3 ft Total, 35142413 Totals 35112713 aBatted for Hopkins in eighth. bBattetl for P. Collins In ninth. cBatted for Rhem In third. Score by Innings: Philadelphia 002 011 012--' St. Loals 002 402 OOx--8 Errors, Kartell 3, Ruble: runs batted In. Fullls 3, Mednlck 0, Allen, J. Collins 2, \Vlison, Ruble 2, V. Davis; two base bits, Fullls. Rothrock. ,7. Collins, W"«on. Ruble: homenins, Mcdwick, Allen: sacrifice, P. Collins; double plays. Pnrncher to Friscn I Collins 5: bn«fs on balls, off P. Collins 3, Rhem 2. P. Dean 2. Halnes 1: strnek out. by P. Collins I. P. Ilcan 3. Halnes \: bit off Rhem 6 In 3 Jnnlnts, Hainrs 1 In 1. P. Dean 7 In J): hit by pitcher, by P. Collins (V. I)avl«): winning pllc-her, P. Dean. I'm- pires, Hair and 21a#Atk.uifc. Xim«i 2 £2, League Standings NATIONAL LEAGUE W* J« Pet. I W. Is. Pet New York 11 :t .78(51 St. Louis 7 7 .50 Chicago 30 fl *H?j Brooklyn 6 8 .42 Pittsburgh 7 fi .."JSi Phlla'phJs 4 9 ,30: Boston 7 (i .t»38; Cincinnati 3 11 .51- AMERICAN LEAGUE u. u i'«i.i \v. L. ret Vcw York 8 ft .81.1) Boston 6 7 .46 Cleveland R 4 .COOI St. Louis fi 6 Detroit 7 R .600] Phlladel. fi 8 .« Wash'ton 7 7 .!W' fhleaco i 7 .36 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION" \\; L. Tct. IV. L. m. Min'polb ]1 't ,?Rfi| Toledo 6 7 .461 Ind'polls 7 5 .Ms*i Columbus « 7 -461 Kan. City 7 7 .300| Milwaukee » » .385 Louisville 6 6 .SQOI St. I'nul 4 9 .308 Creator of Hot Dog Dies; Built Fortune on Hunger NEW YORK, May 4. (.T)--Harry* tfozely Stevens, who created the .merican hot dog stand and built a ortune on it, is dead at 78. The English-corn caterer to the hungry appetites o£ millions of this ountry's sport fans succumbed to arterio-sclerosis at his home here ·esterday after a long illness. Starting in a small baseball park it Niles, Ohio, Stevens lived to see his business develop until the far- lung Stevens' concessions covered very major league ball park, many of the largest race tracks, old Madison Square Garden and the New Grand Central Palace. Stevens sold the first hog dog (so-named by the late Tad Dorgan, sports cartoonist) at the Polo grounds in 1900. Sausages had been sold in rolls before that time but the hot sausage in the hot roll with mustard or pickle was his own idea. The new delicacy met with immediate acclaim from hungry sports followers and quickly developed into a national institution. Out of the Pressbox -By AL MITCHELL- Softball Popularity This game of softball is a popular sport. That's nothing new in Mason City. The abbreviated diamond has been a familiar sight here for many seasons, and each summer is eagerly awaited by softbal teams and fans. * * * From other centers come reports like these, attesting to the game's popularity: "There is no hiding the fact, however, that the popularity of the game of diamondball has cut in on baseball. While the virus has not reached some of the smaller towns, others are highly enthusiastic about the new temperance baseball game. Take the sad case of Charlie Schneider tor instance. Charlie has a hold on a bear and j can't Jet go. Last year he led the campaign for lights for a diamond- ball field, figuring that that would be but a step toward getting lights for baseball. He got the diamond- ball lights, but diamondball went over so big in Melbourne that the town has gone diamondball exclusively, a?id will have no baseball team this year in Schneider's county league."--Paul Norris' "Sports Knothole," Marshalltown Times-Republican. * * lit From Mankato, Minn.: "This season is likely to be the greatest in history for Mankato diamondball. Coming back after a couple years of comparative inactivity, the softball sport will attract the attention of some 250 players here during the coming summer diamondball is something almost anyone can play, even though to play it well requires a lot of ability. It doesn't take long to complete a game, the equipment is comparatively cheap and the danger of injury isn't as great as- in a lot of other games. It is the ideal sport for the fellow who wants to (Turn to Market Paiccj League Leaders By HIE ASSOCIATED 1'RESS (Including Thursday's Games.) NATIONAL LEAGUE fcnttlnc--Allen, Plillliec, .383. Runs--Klein, Cubs, and Vanghan, Plr- ales. Ifi. Runs batted In--Klein, Cubs, and Mcd- vrlck. Cardinal, 16. Hits--Mfhirr, Glantt, 23. Doubles--Ryan, Ginnts, 7. Triples--Suhr, Pirates, 3. H'lmrnm*--Ott. Giants, nm! Klein, Cubs. · Slolcn bases--Mnrtln nnrt JLothrorK, Cardinals ; Plct. Reds; Frrj, Jodscr^. and r-ht^..TM phlHIf?, 2. [--BlttX Cultt, i-ft. HANSELL HIGH HAS PLENTY OF TALENT HANSELL. May 4.--There's no lack of ball players in Hansell high school! With two regulars missing from the ranks, Evelyn Carberry, eighth grade girl, took charge of the second base assignment here Wednesday afternoon, and Butson, midget freshman, climbed the pitcher's mound . . . the local team won by 12 to 7 as Butson scattered 7 hits and his mates allowed 2 errors to be recorded. Hansell collected 11 hits from Geneva and 6 errors were marked up for the visitors. Raisch homered for Geneva during the contest. NEUSELTOMIX WITH LOUGHRAN Madison Square Garden Se As Scene of Bout for Firday Night. NEW YORK, May 4. LT)--They'r feeding another young and aggres sive heavyweight to Tommy Lough ran in Madison Square Garden to night--Blond Walter Neusel of Ger many. For a time it looked as thoug the Philadelphia veteran would b a shot-ender at 8 to 5 but the odd were shrinking rapidly today an indications were they would be a even money by the time the forme light heavyweight champion an his youthful rival enter the rin for their 10 round bout. Neusel packs a fairly healthy wa lop, is hard to hurt and has plcnt of strength and stamina but vetera cities doubt whether he is ready ye for such a master craftsman a Loughran. Both Primo Camera, heavyweigl champion, and Max Baer, who' fight Primo for the title here Jun 14, think Tommy will win, Baer em patically so. "Loughran will blind the Dutcl man," said Max. "He pokes le hands into your face until you beg: to think someone's trying ! smother you with a leather blanke I'd like to know as much as tha fellow's forgotten about boxing. Loughran gave Baer the wor licking of his career here thn years ago. i Americanism: Feeling astonishc ! when you meet a friendly cop; woi |dering why people side against tl i law.--Davenport Times. 23 SCHOOLS TO BID FOR HONORS stherville Scene of Track Trials Saturday; Affair Is Annual Event. BSTHERVILLE, May 4.--Twen- y-thrce schools will compete in the annual invitational track and field neet to be held at Sunderlin field Saturda}'. The meet will open at 10. o'clock with the preliminaries occupying .he entire forenoon. A flag raising ceremony anc drill by the high school band \vir usher in the final events at 1:30. Supt. Roy Johnston of Gilroon City will have charge of the draw ings and act as starter. The complete schedule of event is as follows: TRACK F.VENTS 10:00--12(1 janl hlRh hurdles. 3H:2.'i--10(1 ynnl dasli. J0:.15--220 ytlril I"w liunllos. 1J:25--220 run! dtisli. riKM) KVE.VTS 10:00--I'oln viiult. 10:00--DlHciiH. 10:011--Mrtind jump. 10::io--shot po(. 11:00--Illsli jump. 11:15--Jnrelin tl.nw. nxAi-s 1:30--Flap rnl.siiitf ci-remony and drill y high sclioot b:inrl. 1 :J. r --1:10 jaru hiRli litirtlles. 1:45--I'ole vnull. j :(,1--Discus, 2:00--I nihr! nm. 2:10--100 janl Hush. 2:20--HO ynrd dasli. 2:3(1--Hleh jump. 2:30--Shot |ml. 2:"0--140 yard relay, first section. 1:30--140 yard relay, second fii-ctlon. »:40--140 jnrcl rehiy. third nmllon. 2:50--140 yard dash, first section. 3:00--140 yard dash, second section. H:00---Broilil jump. :i :00--Javelin. 3:10--220 yard low linrdlcK. 3:20--880 yard run, first section. 3:30--880 yard run. second section. :i:40--Footuall shuttle, first section. 3:^0--Football shultle, second section. 4:00--220 yard dash. 4:10--One. mile relay, first section. 4:20--One rnlle relay, second section. 4:30--SRo yard relay, first section. 4:40--8HO yard relay, second section, Bancroft Wins 12 to 6 Contest With Lonerock BANCROFT, May 4.--Bancroft high school's baseball team won from Lonerock 12 to 6, getting a dozen hits and letting through a lone error. Welp held Lonerock to 1 hits, and the visitors made 2 errors. Welp also led the hitters with 3 in 4 and fanned 9. Marlow fanned 3 for Lonerock, and Priebe hit a homerun and double. Long was the Lonerock catcher and McGuire caught for Bancroft. Directory of North Iowa Ball Clubs St. Ansgar Indies. St. Ansgar will have an independent baseball team in the field :his summer, available for any Sunday or holiday games. Manager and booking agent is R. M. Rieke, St. Ansgar. WALLY GADDIS AT TOP FORM WHILE DUNKERTON WINS Allows Decorah Lone Safe Blow in District Meet on Elma Diamond. ELMA, May ·!.--Although Wally Gaddis threw three of his fast ones into the ribs of Decorah batters, he set down Decorah high with a lone hit and struck out 10 as Dunkerton won a second round game by 8 to 2 in the district basball tournament here Friday. The wild throws were the first Gaddis has had checked against his pitching record. The basketball-baseball star's mates let 3 errors get into the scoring column, but battered Slye of Decorah for 9 hits and were helped by 5 Decorah errors. Hcffner of Dunkerton broke off a flagpole on the foulllne with a hard double during the contest. Wohlford for Decorah and Eldridge for Dunkerton wen: the catchers. Score by inings: Dunlccrtnn "M" 000 4--8 9 S Uccorali fl)J. 000 0--2 1 5 Sheffield Moves Up. Sheffield and Farmers'nurg high schools advanced to the second round of. the District l baseball tournament here Thursday after- ioon, as Postville and Elma fell out 'f the running. Sheffield defeated 'ostville 8 to 3, and Farmcrsburg eked out a 3 to 0 decision over Elma. Sheffield collected 9 hits from Waters to rack up 8 runs, scoring in four innings of the seven, while Ahlberg held Postville to 3 hits. 2ach team made a pair of errors. Morehouse caught for Sheffield, Girls'Softball May See League Contests During This Season All managers of girls' Softball teams interested in forming a city league will be offered a chance to talk over plans for such an organization at a meeting scheduled for the Denison club Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. In the Ring By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PATEHSO.N, '. .1.--Vtncn Dundee, l * j , , middleweight ehamplon, outpointed A l Diamond, IBS'/i. I'aterson, (15), retained tillc; Koy Lo/.iir, 190, I'aterson, outpointed Freddie Flduela, 185. Newark. N. J., ( 8 1 : Mickey Salem, 141. \ValIincton, N. ,1., stopped Phil Mer.raiv. J J O , Detroit. ( 4 ) . ST. J.OUS--Clyde Chastaln. 174. Oklahoma, outpointed Al Stlllman, n t , St. l^oiils. ( 1 0 ) : Hay Pelky, I 7 R . Oakland, Cal., stopped "Heavy Caldwell," 174. Chicago. ( I t . DAVENPORT--Kid Leonard, East Mollne, outpointed Sammy Slaughter. Terre Haute, Ind., l l l ) : Lou Taylor. Mollne, outpointed Nick Sernndos, East Mollne, 6 ) : Speedy Itlcclo, Denver, outpointed Sonnle Lloyd, Davenport. ( R ) : Jackie Pallas, Milwaukee, stopped Oscar McCulloueh, GalesburR, III., (5). Ouimet Club to Aid Cup Players on Old St. Andrews' Links ST. ANDREWS, Scotland, May 4 71')--In a diplomatic way, Capt Francis Ouimet has suggested to his Walker cup golfing teammates that special technique is called for on approach shots at St. Andrews where the international matches with the British will be played next Friday and Saturday. In practice, nearly every membet of the American team has been losing several strokes a round on ful approach shots which skid over the stone like surfaces of the greens and skip into rough or cavcrnou; traps. Yesterday Ouimet presented each member of his team with a "runner- up" club, made especially to Oui- mct's order and bearing his name. The club is designed to simplify approaching problems at St. Andrews. Carpenter High Wins 8-6 in Stacyville Ball Game CARPENTER, May ·!.--Carpen- ter high school's softball team won from Stacyville 8 to 6, getting 7 hits to 5 for the visitors, and making 3 errors, where they made 5. Ellgen struck out 7 and held Stacyville hitless in the last four innings. Anderson caught for the local team. Bush for Postville. Score by innings: 'ostvillc 000 000 3--3 3 2 Sheffield .. · . . .004 121 0--8 9 2 Farincrsbnrg Advances. Kuhse of Farmersburg pitched a 2 hit game to win from Elma 3 to 0, the victory being aided by 7 Elma errors. Kuhse Bad airtight support through the contest, and. his mates collected 4 safeties from H. Eiffler to win. Weers caught for Elma, Thompson for Farmersburg. Score by innings: Elma 000 000 0--0 2 7 Farmersburg ..001 020 x--3 4 0 In another tournament game, moved to Alia Vista, to permit doubling up the Thursday afternoon .schedule, Nora Springs laced out a 10 to 3 victory over Nashua. Nora Springs gathered 12 hits and was helped by 6 Nashua errors, while Nashua could get only 4 blows from Colin, whose mates committed 3 bobbles. Laydon and Miller were the Nashua battery and Dailey caught for Nora Springs. Score by innings: Nora Springs ..041 212 0--10 12 S Nashua 000 111 0-- 3 4 6 Fuyctte Wins Opener. Kensett and Fayette battled through two scoreless innings in the opening game of the tournament, Kensett racking- up a lone score in the third. Fayette canic right back with an 8 run blast in the fifth, and Kenselt rallied to score 3 more in the sixth, driving Thomas from the mound. Three more Fayette runs in the sixth provided plenty of margin, with Spatchel finishing the pitching job that Thomas had begun, and the final count being set at 11 to 'I. Spatchel struck out 2 men, Thomas S, and Tenold, hurling for Kensett, whiffed 12. Timm caught for Fayette, Captain Astby for Kensett. Score by innings: Kensett '..001 003 0-- * 5 3 Favelte 000 083 x--11 12 2 ARMORY CARD FRIDAY \VRESTM\G Mason City, armory, H:30 p. m. Main event--two fall* out of three: Mllo Stelnbom. Ocrmany, 240, vs, Alan Eustncr, UnkeNem, Kans., 230. Thirty minute semlulnddp: liah^ Cftrngra. Drs Mnitttt* 205, vs. Tag TaRrson, Mason (,'lty. 220. Thlrly minute*,: "(ientlermin" .lark Under. Knmns CKy, Mo.. 211, vs. Frank Topas, Minneapolis. 233, Tumly mlmito*; Karl Ttirmirc, Maion City. 160. \s. opjwinent unOgnwl, Ca#t. i'rca bhaffcr, annountcr, Estherville Lists Games for Fall Gridiron Card ESTHERVILLE, May' 4.--Nine games are listed on the high school grid schedule which opens Sept. 14 with Rock Rapids playing ou the local field. The complete schedule includes: Sept. 34--Rock Jtnpids. herp. Sciti. 28--Central Slmix City, there. Oct. B--Alconii. there. Oct. is--Sac City, ihcrr. Oct. 19--H'nlilorf, there. Oc(. 2(J--Mnson city. herr. Nov. "--Kmmetsburs;, lierp. Nov. 10--Fort DodRC. there. Men Wanted To train for TELEVISION-KADIO--BROADCASTING --Must be able to carry small training expense here at home. Then go, at our expense, to Los Angeles for practical work in National Studios. Phone for appointment. MR. A. J. REYNOLDS Hotel JE:ulm:ir Mason City PLAY GOLF LEGION GOLF PARK FOR FUN'- FOR HEALTH IS Holes --In Flee Shape Fees . . . ?10 for .season . . . 50c a day, Phis Tax

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