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SOFTBALL May 10 is deadline for entries in Mason City softball leagues; league play tentatively scheduled to begin May 21. BASEBALL · * * " t Coca-Cola Cubs play second game of sunes with Texas Black Spiders at North lo\va iair- grouncls j^ SATURDAY, MAY 5. 1934 MASON CITYlNTDISTRICT BASEBALL FINAL TRIPOLI BATTERS LOSE BY 7-4 AS PREP NINES PLAY Farmersburg in Last Game Against Mohawks at Elma Tourney. " TOURNAMENT SCORES BOUND Freddie Tompkins Loses to Kid Lehr in Fort Dodge Mix 9 J ---- 004. 121 0--8 ____ 000 01)0 3--3 3 2 and Shook : Ahlbcr$ Sheffield rostvllle Batwries--\Vathers Hnd Morehouse. .Farmcrsburj! 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 -- 3 4 0 Emia . . . . . . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 0 » 7 Batteries--Kuhso and Thompjon: Elffler Kora'sXrs ·»« JJJ J-W »f ' 'ashua 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 -- 3 t 6 Batteries--Laydon and Miller: Colin and Haley. Fayette. 0 0 0 0 8 3 0 - 1 1 1 2 2 Kensett 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 -- 3 5 3 Batteries--Thomas and Tlmm: Tenold and Ostby. SECOND BOUND Dnnkcrton 2 0 2 0 0 0 4 -- 8 9 3 Beeorah 0110000-2 o 1 Batteries--Gaddln and Eldrtse; Slyo and Sheffield"' 102 000 0--t 6 3 Tripoli 1 0 4 0 1 0 0 -- 6 0 1 Batteries-- Losteowskl. Hlrinian, Ablbcrg and Morehouse: Bennett, Gehrke and Fncn. ' KitrmenbuiK 0 2 0 2 0 0 6 -- 9 8 4 , Kayettc, 150.0002--8 » Batterlcs^Caln, Kuhse, Miller and Thom as: Hall. Thomas and Tlmm. Mason City . : . . 000;2001-3 6 5 Jiora Spring 0010001-S B 2 ; Batteries--Sater, Wolske. and Molt; [Trchota. and Daley. ELMA", May 5.--With Long Glenn ! Evers throwing a 1-hit ball game i Mason City banged away for f |"-uns in the third inning of a semi ...inal district tournament contest ^ere and added another pair of runs i the sixth to win 1 to 4 from Trip- J : i]i high school. I' The victory put Mason City's Mo .''iawks in the final contest of the I'cournament, opposing Farmersburg I 1! 'riert of Mason City added to the I''pig punch that won the game when I-he drove out a homerun and his tea "as equaled by Krueger of Tripoli i.'core by innings: ^I.^l 010 003 0--i I i City ... .005 002 x--7 5 1 Farmersburg Wins. nersburg high school bectun defeating Duakerton - · 6 to 4,;c6Ue6tiiii ,,, Jilts" o'fTGaddls, vsrhile the loser leathered- 5 from Kane. Althougl TiDunkertoii made 4 errors am fWmersburg 1, Gaddis and Kan iTMade it a pitchers' contest bj ^Striking out 13 and 11, respectively I'JEldridge caught for Dunkerton ^Thompson- and Mueller for Farm rersburg. Score by innings-J i Farmersburg.. 050 100 0--6 7 ·Dunkerton .... 201 010 0-4 5 NATIONAL LEAGUE BOX SCORES FRIDAY'S GAMES 0 90SION--1 AB II PO » 'rbkl ss 4 0 2 2 onlan Ib 4 1 1 0 Bcrter cf 4 3 3 0 ·th'n rf 4 0 4 0 Vhlt'y 3b 3 I'M'us 2b 3 1 J lowry If 3 0 3 ipohrer c 3 0 5 lachary p 1 r rank'se p 1 :Thompson 1 0 0 U 'Ickrcl p 0 0 0 0 Totals 31 624 7 0 0 0 CHICAGO--8 Alt II I'O A Gnlan 3b 8 0 0 3 W. 11'an 2b 4 2 3 S Klein If 4 Cnyler rf 4 Staln'ck cf 4 UncUsli ss 3 Camllll Ib 4 Hnrtnrlt r 4 Bush p 4 1 2 3 4 Totals 30 13 27 13 xllatted for Friinkhouse In elenth. Boston 100 000 000--1 inlcaco " 211 002 03x--8 Error, WorthlnKton: runs batted In, Jm- dnn. Klein. Cuyler. Stalnback, cnmilll 3, Hiirinelt, Rash: two base lilt, llartnctl: lire* bane hits. W. Herman. Cavier: honie- rtins, Jordan, CnnUUI: Arable plays, Calan \\'. Herman ti Camllll. EnstUsh 1« W. Herman to Camllll: stolen bases, Klein, Mtalnback; left on base. Boston 3, ChlcaRO S; hits, off Zuchnry 7 In 2 (none out In lilrd) Frankhousc 2 In 5. Hckrel 4 In I ; base on balls off Hrankhouso 1: struclt out, by Frunkhnon 2, I'lckrel 2. Bnsh 2: wild pitch. Frankhousc: losing pitcher. Zaclmry. Umpires, Klein and Stewart. Time, 1:38. NEW YORK--3 AB H I'O A Moore If Crlti 2b Terry Ib .1 1 Olt rf 4 2 Jackson ss 5 1 Watklns cf 3 1 Vcrgcz 3b 4 2 Richards c 1 0 1 1 2 2 3 I 9 2 2 2 0 xGmntham 1 1 0 0 Mancuso Hubbell p 1 0 3 0 Totals 38 11 24 16 PITTSBURGH--I AB H PO A L. W'cr cf 4 1 7 0 P. XV'er rf 4 2 5 0 L'dTom U 4 2 2 0 V'ghan ss Suhr Ib Lava'to 2b Th'now 3b Grace p Lucas p 2 9 2 0 0 1 1 ) 4 1 1 0 Totals 34 12 27 9 xBatted tor Richards In sixth. xxltatted for Hubbell In ninth. New York . . . 0 1 0 ( 1 0 1 0 0 1 -- 3 1'lttsbursh 210 000 10*--I Errors, Vena, Suhr; runs batted In, Suhr, LavaRCtto 2, Jackson, 1*. Waner, Granlham. Terry: two base lilts, Ott, Watkins, Venter., I-avasetto: three base hit. p. Waner; sacrifice, Suhr: double play, LavnBetto to Vnunhan to Suhr: left on base, New York 11. Flttsbureh !1; base on balls, off Hubbell 2, Lucas 3; struck out. by Hubbell 1, Lucas 1. Umpires, Stark and Bister. Time, 2:00. BOUT GOES FULL SIX FRAMES FOR WIN BY DECISION Johnson Stops Jennings of Marshalltown in Four; Munson Is Stopped. FIGHT DECISIONS nick Daniels, 190, Minneapolis declsloned Harry Hnbbs. 190. Ojkaloosa. (01. Kiel Lehr. 135. Waterloo, dcelsloned Freddie Tompklns, 130. Mason City. (I!). Goldle O'llare. 148. Fort Dodge, drew Kith Ray Culvert. 1.18. Shell Bock. « . Bob I'unleney. 185. Waterloo, knocked out Merle Munson. 178, Forest City. ( 1 ) . Leonard .lolmnon. 180. Forest City, won by technical knockout over Noble Jennings, 180, Marshalllown, J . By Sl'ECIAr. REPRESENTATIVE FORT DODGE, May 0.--Freddie Tompkins, Mason City lightweight and holder of the Iowa lightweight title, lost a decision in 6 rounds at Expo park here last night to Kid Lehr of Waterloo. Tompkins' title was not at stake. The bout was a semiwindup attraction on an American Legion fight card. The main event showed Dick Daniels, Minneapolis, 190 pounder, winning a decision from Harry Hobbs of Oskaloosa. Daniels, who had admitted breaking into a fur shop in January, and was charged with grand larceny according to press dispatches, had been arrested in Minneapolis Wednesday, but appeared here for his bout. Other North lowans in the ring were Leonard "Wild Bull" Johnson of Forest City who won his bout by technical Irnockout from Noble Jennings; · Merle Munson, who was flattened in the first frame by Bob Punteney of Waterloo, and Ray Calvert, Shell Rock puncher who drew with Goldie O'Hare, local battler, in six rounds. WINS IN DISPUTE 1 II 0 0 BROOKLYN--* AB H PO A Boyle r t 0 2 4 0 t f r e y 3 b 0 1 0 0 Taylor c f 5 0 0 0 Wllron If 3 0 Ch'man II 0 0 Leslie Ib 4 3 12 0 O'c'ello 2b 4 1 4 6 Lopez c 3 1 3 ^Frederick 0 Berres c 0 Jordan ss 4 0 0 Totals 37 HI 27 15 CINCINNATI--3 AB H I'O A Adams 3b 5 Moore rf 4 Com'itky If 4 Hafey ef 4 Koenlgr Ib 4 I'let 2b t 1 0 0 2 4 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 0 1 1 1 Lo'bardl c 4 2 B 2 NEUSEL BEATS TOM A split ballot, decided by Keferee Arthur Donovan, won a decision for Walter Neusel, blond Teuton who hopes to become the second German heavyweight champion, as he defeated Tommy Loughran in New York. nBlakeley Stmutc p glade ss Der'uer p iFlowers Vance p O'F'rell c 0 0 0 0 0 4 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 i 1 0 3 Totals 36 8 27 11 xBattcd for Lopez In seventh. zBntted for Derrlnccr In sixth, zzltan for Lombardl In eighth. 4 I .Krooklyn Cincinnati 210 020 100--(i '"' 000 021 000--3 1 Nora Springs Loses. i Leroy Mott's triple, made good as the Mason City catcher slid into third, set up the winning margin for Mason City high school in the district baseball tournament here Friday afternoon as Nora Springs fell by 3 to 2. Mott's drive came in the seventh inning, and the decision at third base drew a protest from the Nora Springs contingent. He scored a few moments later. Suter and Vrchota, Mason City and Nora Springs pitch- j ers, each allowed 5 hits, and Mason | BS rtcii ss City was marked for 5 errors. Nora j Rnhie rf Springs committed only 2. Dailey | j* u ' r TM'V caught for Nora Springs. The vie- Alien cf tory gained Mason City a berth in | Wison ^ , the semifinals. ' ' Tripoli Beats Sheffield, Errors, Cncclnello 2. Lope?., Werres. Slade 3t runs batted In, Frey, Leslie 2. Cnccl- nello 2. Frederick Adams. Moore: two base hit, Boyle: three base hits, Boyle. Adams, Lombard!, Derringer: homerun, Cticclnello: stolen base, Frey: double plays. Jordan to Leslie Slade to Lombardl to Koenlg: lefl on base. Brooklyn 0, Cincinnati 10: base on balls, off Mnniro 3, Derringer 1. Vance 3. Shante 1; struck out. by Mungo 3. Derringer ', Vance 1: hits, off Derringer 8 In 6. Vance wild pitch. Munjio: passed .,-.., losing pitcher, Derrlncer. t'mplres, HuWey, Moran, Syl Johnson am) Otto miler. Time, 2:10. Mungu (Huffy); ball, Lombardl; NEW YORK, May 5'. (/P)-- Chalk up one more disputed victory for Walter. Neusel and credit it to the young German heavyweight's aggressiveness rather than to his skill or punching- power. A crowd of 10,000 split almost evenly in its opinions as to the merits of the verdict when NeustI was awarded a split decision over Tommy Loughran after their 10 round bout in Madison Square garden last night. But if the Philadelphian really lost the fight as Referee Donovan decided after the judges disagreed, Tommy had only himself to blame. Where he would have jabbed any rushing youngster dizzy with an eduated left hand a few years ago Loughran was content to hold on fiercely every time Neusel charged into him, both fists flying. Loughran weighed 186 pounds; Neusel 197 Jt. N. B. A. Featherweight Holds to Championship Tripoli high school defeated Sheffield 6 to 4. in the second ganit of i i Friday's play, each team getting 6 | i hits Sheffield made 3 errors, and 11 Tripoli made 1. Hinimen, Lakowski, | j Ahlberg and Morehouse were the t! Sheffield batteries, while Bennett, f ? Faen and Gehrke worked for Trip! on. , Farmersburg: nosed out Fayette || 9 to 8 in a wild contest of Friday afternoon, winning in the last frame I as 5 runs crossed the plate. The 11 victors got 8 hits, the losers 9. Pay- f i ette made 5 errors and 4 were marked for Farmersburg. Kane, j-. Kuhse. Miller and Thompson were the Farmersburg batteries, while Paul, Thomas and Timm shared the |i| job for Fayette. Carpenter High Wins in Softball by 13-3 Count CARPENTER, May 5.--Carpenter high school defeated Mitchell high in softball 13 to 3, rattling out 10 hits to 5 for the visitors. Each team made 5 errors. Stehn drove out a homerun for Carpenter in the fifth with one on base. G. Skuster and B. Skuster were the local battery, with Ellgen and Anderson doing the work for Mitchell. ; H'kins 3b 2 0 C. Da's p 3 4 o 4 3 :i n i o 3 ? I I 3 1 1 1 4 5 1 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 Totals 31 ~ 2413 ST. I.OCIS--3 Martin 3b 4 2 1 4 Rothr'k rf 4 1 2 0 FrUcb 2b 3 1 3 Medw'k If 4 1 2 0 Col'ns Ib 3 I) 10 1 V. Da's c 3 2 3 0 Mills c f 2 1 2 0 Duro'er ss 3 0. 3 4 Walker p 3 0 1 2 ' Totals 29 8 27 1» aBatted for C. Davis In ninth. 00!) 100 000--1 200 100 ooi--3 Philadelphia . . St. Louis Errors, Jeffrie 1 !, Durocller: runs batted In, V. Davis 2, Hurst. Medwick: three base hit, V. Davis: homeruns. Hurst, Medwick; double plays. Walker to Frlsch to Duro- eher to Cfllllns, V. Davis to Frlsch, Jeffries to Kartell to Hurst. Walker to Frlsch to Collins, Frisch to Collins, C. Davis to Bartell to Hurst, C. Darts to Bartell to Jeffries: bases on balls, off C. Davis 2, Walker 5; struck out, by C. Davis 2, Walker 3; hit by pitcher, Walker (Bartell), C. Davis (Mills). Umpires, Maserkurth and Ban*. Time, 2:00. LOUISVILLE, 'Ky., May 5. The National Boxing association's world featherweight championship crown was still perched today on the head of Fred Miller of Cincinnati, as Kentucky's first legal world championship prize fight was a matter of history. Before a crowd of Kentucky derby fans, Miller retained his title last night by knocking out Paul Dazzo of Chicago in the sixth round of a scheduled 15 round fight. DISTRICT TOURNEYS AT ROCKWELL IJI.TY FIRST ROCND Bode ·'.; 010 ooii o--i 8 Arcadia 2110 201 i--5 3 Batteries: Kppland and Sehrleber: Sclimll and Von 'ahme. Mnpleton 000 002 0-- 2 4 Hill Climbing Batteries: Kemp, Arnold and Smith. Patrtn Perry Batteries: M, No! Cowney and Kvetts. Rockwi-ll CHy . . . . Sae City Batteries: Haubs. ,20 x--13 Perkins and Theobc* 012 110 0--r, B 400 230 f--9 12 ·man and C. JN'orman 000 010 3 -- t 100 230 I-- « BrPttliauirr nnd rand; II. Ingram and Bumsldc Urlstnw AT FIRST ROL"yT , 000 TOO 0--1 201 000 .\--3 and Goodma Marshall-Swift's Wins 5 to 1 From Rockwell Marshall and Swift's Cleaners defeated Rockwell by 5 to 1 on the Rockwell softball diamond in a Friday twilight contest. Espinosa, despite a sprained finger, pitched a good brand of ball for the Mason Citv team. Packer-Lion Game May See Scrap on Pitchers' Mounds CHARLES CITY, May 5.--A pitcher's battle may be the outcome of a game of baseball to be played here Sunday afternoon on Lion field between Charles City Lions and the Austin, Minn., pack- rs. Numelin, a former Lion hurler, who also was one the mound four innings for the Lions here last Sunday against the Waterloo Cardinals, has been signed by the Packers to pitch this game against his teammates and- mil be opposed by "Zebe" Larson. Bob Daugherty, with the Lions | for the past two seasons, is ex-' pected to join the team here Sunday for the Packer's game, and may bolster up the hitting end considerably. With Frankie Wolf, star center fielder out of the game with a slipped elbow cap, the Lions had a , disastrous beginning last Sunday j when they lost the initial contest. Golf Season at Osage to Open This Sunday OSAGE, May 5.--The golf season at Sunny Brae course will be opened officially with a breakfast served by the officers Sunday morning. Officers are: President, L. C. Bowman; secretary, Clark Lewis; treasurer, Birchard Brush; membership chairman, Bill Gilles; grounds chairman, Harry Johnson and tournament and social chairman, Elmer Swanson. Foote: Russell and Truex. Cambrldsc 421 122 3--14 13 Dows 000 211 2-- fi 8 Batteries: Jennings and Mason; Call and Shaffer. Ferguson 3 1 2 3 0 0 0 -- 0 r. Luther 3 00 202 0--5 " Batteries--M. Gnnnert and GIfford: Job son nnd Pies. Wellsbnrc 100 000 0-- 1 H Radcllffe 320 105 x--11 12 Batteries--Mnlsman and Haack; Lan and G. Knhfus. AT MALLARD FIRST ROUND Mallard 122 330 0--11 S 3 Rock Valley 010 000 0-- T 11 5 Batteries: Broitdwcll. Turner. Lowe nnd Carmlchael; Kcrsbergen and Plmmcr. SECOND KOL'.VD Armstrong 2 8 1 Arnolds Park 1 15 3 Batteries: Gangsted and Fleming, Sanders and Sanders. Convtttl « li 3 Lorena 3 ^ 2 Batteries: Evans and Evans: Kemp and Mallard 0 2 2 GOMEZ PUTS 3-0 VICTORY ON CARD OR YANKEE NINE Third Straight Win Listed j for Californian When Detroit Falters. By THE ASSOCIATED PKESS So long as the Yankees have Veron Gomez, "Goofy" to his team- ates, they hardly need the hefty itting that makes them one of the lost dangerous teams in the Am- rican league this season. Knocked out in the opening game f the season, the tall Castilian rom Rodeo, Cal., has rung up three iraight victories, allowing the op- osition 8, 6 and 3 hits and a total f 3 runs. He hurled the 3 hit game riday, gaining his first shutout at he expense of the Detroit Tigers as Babe Ruth helped him to a 3 to 0 riumph. The Yanks made only 5 its off Tommy Bridges, but the 3abe came up with his fourth homer n the opening Inning, then went on :o draw a walk and score the second un in the fourth. Needed Triumph. The Yanks needed that triumph o keep them a half game ahead of he Cleveland Indians, who trimmed tVashington 5 to 3 in their eastern pener. Lefty Lloyd Brown, a former Senator, hurled a steady game and lit two singles that counted in the icoring off Earl WhitehlH. The Boston Red Sox defeated the St. Louis Browns 4-1 in the other American league battle as Bob Weiand pitched 6 hit ball for his first ·ictory of the season. The White Sox and Athletics again were rained iut. Reynolds'Top Post Good for Another Week National League Has New Leader for Stickivork. NEW YORK, May G. 1.11--Carl eynolds, Boston Red Sox clouter. laintained his lead in the American :ague batting race during the past ·eek but the National league had a ew pace setter. Records through yesterday's ames give Reynolds an average o£ 3G, highest of any "regular" in the lajors, after a week in which he macked 9 hits and allowed his -nark to drop only 15 points. In the National league Wally Bergcr, who mproved his average S3 points to each a .397 level, took the top place rom the injured Pie Traynor of Pittsburgh, who lost his status as i regular although he kept his mark veil over .500. The general batting level regained close to that of the previous veek with such gains as Joe Vos- mik's leap from .318 to .-135 to take second place in the American eague; Charley Gehringcr's 74 point advance one of 59 points by Sam .eslie and 46 points by Gus Suhr Julir and Mel Ott, who continued | his consistent slugging for a .392 average, tied for second place in the National league. Reynolds and Chuck Klein of the Jubs were the slugging leaders, each racing his league in two depart- nents and Klein holding- an additional second place. The National eague's homerun dominance as Slein and Ott had 6 apiece to 1 for Cubs Win 8-1. The Chicago Cubs finally founc left hander Uiey could beat and cut New York's lead in the Nationa league race to a half game as thej drove Tom Zachary, Boston veteran to cover inside of three innings an went on to give the Braves an 8 to lacing. · BuCk''\Jofdan's homer wa the only run off Guy Bush, who wo his fifth straight triumph. The Giants, meanwhile, took a to 3 defeat from the Pirates as th slim southpaw. Carl Hubbell, ab sorbed his first defeat of the se; son. The Bucs rapped Hubbell liar in the early innings and carried Re Lucas through to a victory tha nearly went wrong before a doubl play ended the game with three G. : ants on the sacks in the ninth. Cards Win Sixth. The St. Louis Cardinals rang up their sixth straight victory, a 3-1 conquest of the Phils, when an error started a 2 run rally in the first and Joe Medwick smacked his fifth homer in the fourth. The Dodgers, with Van Mungo on the hill, gave the Cincinnati Reds their sixth consecutive defeat, 6 to 3, with an early assault on Paul Derringer. AMERICAN LEAGUE BOX SCORES FRIDAY'S GAMES DETROIT--0 AD II I'O A loircll s« 3 1 1 3 tchr'tr 21) 1 0 3 3 chmne c 3 1 3 0 Srcen'ir ]b -t Walker rf 4 .Un If 4 cf : [Jwen 3b - 113 0 II 3 0 0 I 0 U 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 2 I, II II 0 0 0 Totnln 29 3 21 13 llrlilucs . vCII'ton NEW VOHK--3 All II I'O A Conibff ct -I I 1 n Kolfti s 4 1 2 7 Itutli rt 3 1 1 0 Itj-rd r [ 0 0 1 0 (iehrlB Ib I 1 IS 0 Ch'inan U 4 1 1 0 .Lnzzerl 3b 2 0 2 2 Dleliey r 3 0 6 0 llctfner 2b 2 0 1 2 Ooinez p S 0 0 1 Total. 28 S 27 12 FIRE RAZES BARN AT DERBY ON EVE OF TRACK EVENT None of Horses, Handlers Hurt as Blaze Sweeps in Big Stables. limited for Bridges In elKhtb. Detroit (10(1 IKIO 0(10--0 New York 100 '01 ulli--3 Errors, none: run* batted In, Itutli, Lnr- zerl. Clnirmuin: two base. I'll, Crecnber;:; homenin. Knth: stolen bases. Fox, Combs: iacrlrler, (Jomer; lett on bases. New Vori: rt, Detroit 0; base (m balls, off tlomez 4, Hrldccs 3: strnek (tilt, by Corner, o. BrldKes ·;: hits, off Brldees B In 7. llocsett 0 In 1: ' ·" " " i. Umpires, Omisby, Time, 1:31. pitcher, Brldn Illldebrand and Kolls ST. LOUIS-- t All II PO A Clltl 3b 4 2 1 2 West cf 4 0 :i li Hums Ib . 1 0 6 0 Pcnner n 4 l 1 o Clark r f 1 0 3 0 Mellllo 2b 2 2 3 1 llemsley o * 1 ' » Strange ss 3 0 0 ixl'lircl'll 1 0 0 0 0 II I 0 I) 0 0 0 1 Totals 32 (1 2t 8 Newsnm P ! xBejma t ('oilman p 0 BOSTON- IUshc»|i 2b 4 VVerlier ss 4 Morcun Ib 4 It. -t'son If 3 Reyn'ds rf 4 Solteri rf 4 KcrreM c. 3 Wallers 3b 4 Wetland li 4 8 3 3 4 II II 2 o :i i o o n i n i Totals 34 II 21 11 ;he American league leaders, Babe Jimmie Foxx and Zeke Bonura and the American league's base' stealing pace, with Gerald Walker of Detroit copping 7 sacks and Lou Gehrig 4 against 3 for Linus Frey of Brooklyn, were other features of the secondary records. The leading 10 batsmen In each league: AMERICAN LEAGUE Reynolds, Boston ---- 14 Vosmlli, Cleveland . . . I I Knickerbocker, Clcve.. 11 Morgun, Boston Werbcr, Boston Travis. Washington . Gehringer, Detroll . . . MlimiHh. Washington Kuhel. Washington , . Hlg£in3, Philadelphia. NATIONAL Kirger. Boston Ott, -N"ew York Snlir, PlttsborRh . . . . Leslie, Brooklyn lien. Philadelphia .. . Waner. Pittsburgh 'llson. Philadelphia. edwlelc. St. Louis . rrderlck, Brooklyn . Indstrom, Pittsburgh Softball Carded Monday for Cresco Loop Teams CRESCO', May 5.--Softhall is scheduled to open the season next Monday evening at Kessel park, Cresco teams having been organized during the present week. Kossic- 2 s Batteries: Larson and Carmlcliael; From- mlo and Phillips. Sanbom . - · Tlttinka Batteries: Krisman and elma and Krehenrentben. S R 8 0 8 6 Hubert; Bock- College Sports BASEBALL Iowa 10, Minnesota 3. St. John's U., C, St. Cloud Teachers 0. St. Thomas 7. St. Olaf 6. Simpson 13, Central 10. Iowa State G, Nebraska 4. TRACK Lather 97, Upper Iowa 37. Missouri 69, Iowa Stole 63. OOLF Iowa 20, Carleton 7. TENNIS Luther o. Columbia 1. League Leaders Out of the Pressbox -Bv AL MITCHELL- (By The Associated Press) (Including Friday's Games) NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING--BerRCr, Braves. .397. BUNS--Yanshan. Pirates, IB. RUNS MATTED IN--Klein, Cubs: Medwick. Cardinals, 1" HITS--Berser, Braves; Leslie. Dodgers, 23. Moore, Giants; Last Time Old Iowa field, the sceno of the University of Iowa's athletic encounters for many seasons, saw the first running of an event Saturday, DOUBLES--Ryan, TRIPLES--Suhr, Giants, 7 Pirates; HOMERUNS--Ott, Giants: Klein, Cubs, 6. STOLEN BASES--Frey, DodBers, 3. PITCHING--Bush, Cubs, 0-0. AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING--Reynolds, Red Sect, .436. HUNS--Morgan, Bed Soi, 14. HITS--Reynolds, Red Sox, 24, DOUBLES--Werber, Bed Soi, X. TRIPLES-- Maniuh, Senators, 3. HOMERUNS--Ruth. Yankees: Fc-xx, Athletics: Bonnra. \Vhlte Sox, 4. STOLEN BASES--Walker. Tigers. 1. PITCHING--Rufflni and.Gomel. Yankee*: Thomas, Senators; Hlidebrand, Indians, 3-0. A Year Ago MAY 6.--Broker's Tip beat Head Play by a nose in a sensational Kentucky Derby finish. and the last running of all events on its cinder path. Sounds twisted, doesn't it? * * * Iowa, Wisconsin and Northwestern competed Saturday at the first triangular track meet ever held between Big Ten schools at Iowa City. The trials marked the passing of the old cinder path, the historic track on which Olympic, conference, and national champions ran The 1935 meets of Iowa's track- sters will he run on a new track between the stadium and fieldhouse and with the abandonment of the old field by football, in 1929, track and baseball, it will become just aiv other memory. Its track is the scene of Georgi Saling's dashes over the hurdles; it: gridiron held the Iowa-Ames games resounded to the running feet o Devine. Locke, and other greats saw Fred "Duke" Slater stop fou Notre Dame plays almost single handed in the last seconds of game that meant a defeat for th Irish, the first in more than a scor of contests. A new stadium, a new track an a new baseball field will and ar taking the place of old Iowa fielt There will be new victories. ne\ records to wi-ite into the books a 13 14 B 13 15 59 U 15 57 12 1.1 .12 !i I.KACfli r, AB « 13 08 H 15 SI 12 1 1 SI. II 10 21) !l 14 Oil 12 12 51 II 12 -14 2 15 111! 14 15 4(i 10 14 «I X liO 30 35 .431 ,43: .4-^1 .371 .:iB7 .307 .3fil .3,11 .Ml .341 .38.37; .39- !:iu .314 Steinborn, Eustace Draw in Grapple at Mason City Friday With each grappler winning i all. and the one hour time limi utting short the attempt for a de ision a draw was given between lilo Steinborn and Alan Eustace eavyweight wrestlers who ap eared on an American Legion Drum orps' card in Mason City Friday. Joe Kelly, doubling as promote _nd referee, sneaked past Stein jom's kicking feet to call the firs all for Eu5j;acc in 30 minutes, atte Steinborn had been down for nearly a full minute. The wrestler kep Kelly away from the pileup wit! a series of kicks, making it nearlj mpossible to call the decision. Steinborn pressed down Eustace i minutes for the second fall, an he remaining time showed littl advantage for either grappler. I he prelims, Tag Tageson drew wit Babe Camera, and Frank Topa :hrew Stan Mysaljek in IS minutes xBatti'd lor New-son! In seventh. xxBatted fnr Strancc In ninth. . i^,,,!,, .noi) inn dim--i ([,,(,,,, .0(12 020 OU.-C--I Errors, Strange, Werber: runs hutted In Iltt. Solterri 2. Reynolds, B. Johnson: twi as c hill, (-Hit. It. Johnson. Reynolds: tbre : hit, Walters: stolen base, Werner: dou play, Werner to Bishop to Morgan: let Irase, St. Louis 7, Boston 8; tmse. alls, off Wellaod 3, Newsom -; slnicl it, by \Velland 3. Ncwson, 15. Cotfmnn 2 Its. ott Newsom 8 In 0, Cnlfman I In - islng iilteber, Nrwsom. Umpires, Dlnnei'i nd Summers. Time, 2:07. CLEYE1.ANH--5 All 11 PO A lice rt 5 0 3 0 ·j-tluk e 3 1 1 2 rill ct mlk 1' Trosky 111 Hale 3b Mo 3 1 4 2 4 0 3 1 1 1 ) K 0 11 1 4 II fl 2 3 I) 4 IS 4 1 2 3 3 !· 1 -! Totals 31 8 27 15 WASHINGTON--3 Al! II I'O Kuhel Ib 2 1 H Myer 21 4 1 2 Mannsh U 4 1 4 ('ronln s s 4 0 3 Schnltc ct 4 2 2 Harris r t 4 2 3 Tntvls 3t 4 1 I Ben c 3 1 B Whtttn'l p 3 l) 0 Russell p 0 0 I) nHnlien 1 0 II bKlumpp 1 0 0 Totals 34 !) 27 aBatted for Berg In nlnlh. hliatted 'or Russell In ninth. Cleveland "01 "00 031-- H'nsblnirton no " n30 ° Errors, Cronln. Knlekcrborttcr; rims ba ted In, Averlll, Myer. Mannsh, Knlekerhocl L Brown. Vosmlk. Harris: two bu hit,. Averlll. Kuhel. Knlekerhneker, Mai ish; three bam l i l t , A v e r l l l : limnerun. Hn Is: stolen base. Pytlnk: saerillee, 1 Irciwn; double nlnys. Knickerbocker Hooro lo Trosky 2: liases on balls, off 1 Itrmvii 2. \Vhltehltl r,: struck nut, by Whit hill is; hits, ot IVhilehlll 7 In 8 1-3 Inning Klissell I In 2-3: hit by pllclier. by Whll hill (Pydukl: loslnj plleher. Whltelilll. Un plres. Morlarty anil Gelsel.Tlmr, 2:00. League Standings left By ALAN GOULD LOUISVILLE. K.V.. May 0- ( otwithstanding fire, which vo stables at Churchill Downs in iarred ruins, and a possible de- ge, threatened by gathering lunderstorms, the sixtieth Ken- ucky derby battled bravely to up- old its prestige, if not full pagc- ntry, with a great horse race. Over night the historic race oursc rallied from the panicky ef- ects of a four alarm fire, undeter- lined in origin, which broke out arly last night, destroyed two big arns and thoroughly startled the ntire thoroughbred community, in- .uding 19 dcbry three year olds alued at close to $1,000,000 on the oof. Thanks to the prompt work of rainers and stable hands, not a. or.sc was harmed nor a man hurt the spectacular blaze. Only one erby eligible, a long shot entry amed Howard, the property of .1. V. Parris, a Kentuckian was in the tables which caught fire. Along vlth some SO other horses. Howard vas led to safety. Turmoil reigned. owever, as dozens of animals broke oose, galloping wildly around the uge infield of the Downs. .owa Enters 34 for State Track Trials on Gnnnell Cinders IOWA CITY. May 5.--A full team of 31 athletes has been entered in the statu intercollegiate [rack and field meet by Coach George T. Bresnahan of the University of Iowa for the Hawkeyes' attempt to regain the outdoor championship. Against such rivals as Drake, Iowa-'State, Grinncll', State Teachers' and numerous smaller low institutions, the state university men will compete at Griraiell next Saturday in the thirty-ninth annual state affair. Between 1920 and 1933, the Hawkeyes won nine championships, with tlie meet not scheduled from 1926 through 1D29. But Drake snapped the string last May, Iowa landing in fourth place with only '25\± points. lou-ans will defend championships in two events--Bernie Pagf? in the quarter mile, and Cook, Page and Dean in the mile relay. The university team defeated its four major ricals indoors, piling up 51 points in the quadrangular to 42 ''- jor rivals indoors, piling up 51 27 for Grinnell. NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pel.! W. L. t- York I I 4 .733, Boston 1 ' eago 11 5 -liHS, Brooklyn 7 » I'lttsburch 8 I! .."II Phlla'phlu 4 10 St. Louis S 7 .533 Cincinnati 3 12 AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pct.i "'. L. Vew York 0 ft .fi43i Wash'Rton 7 H Cleveland 1 4 .03(1; riillii'pliln li X Detroit 7 « ,53SiSt. Louis 3 7 Boston 7 7 .51101 Chicago 4 7 AMERICAN" ASSOCIATION W. L. 1'et.l W. L. Minn-polls H 4 .7331 Columbus 1 7 Iml-pollB 7 B .338! Toledo li S Ixiuls% 1 IHe 7 fi ·"3^1 Milwaukee 5 !· Hani Oliy S 7 .5331 St. PanI o 9 Pel. .500 .407 League Results Woden High Wins 6-5 in Game With Klemme WODEN, May 5.--Woden high, defeated Klemme high by a score of G to 5 in a game played here Thursday afternoon. Klemme 1«1 through practically the entire garm; until pinch hitter Elmer Meyer started a rally in the last of the seventh with a two-base hit. Brand; and Frederickson were the battery Tor Woden, and Keeper and Drake for Klemme. Klemme collected 5 hits and Woden 10. Rudd Wins 4 to 3 From Rockford Baseball Club RUDD, May 5.--Rudd high school defeated Rockford on the Rudd diamond by i to 3 Friday, each team getting 5 hits and making 2 errors. Paul Braham drove out a homerun in the last of the seventh to win the contest. Schriever struck out 6 for Rockford in the fast contest, and Finch whiffed 9 from the Rudd mound. Crowell, for Rockford, and Ell for Rudd, caught. NATIONAL LEAGUE 1'lltsburcb 4. New i'ork 3. Chicago 8: Boston 1 . Brooklyn 8. Cincinnati 3. St. Louis 3: Philadelphia 1. Saturday Games N Y at Pittsburgh Brooklyn at C'c'natl Boston Bt Chicago I'tilla'phta at St. L. AMERICAN LEAGUE New York 3: Detroit 0. Iloston 4; St. LoulH 1. Cleveland S; VVashlneton 3. Chicago at Philadelphia, rain. Saturday Games Cleveland at Wash. Detroit at New York Chlca E o .it PhH'pllla St. Louis lit Boston AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Kansas City 12: Toledo 2. St Paul 2: Indianapolis 0. Co'llimltus 3; Milwaukee 2. Louisville 5; Minneapolis -· .Saturday (lames Kan. City at Toledo W. I'. »* '"'!'."",!!" Milwaukee at Col-bun Mln'polls at L vlllc The Day's Stars (Hy Assoctntert Press) their races within Uie last 12 years, i one chapter closes. !!\URY KAVAGETTO, I'lmtes-- Knocked In two runs asalnst Ginnts with single and dniililr. lion WEILANI), Bed Sox-- Limited Brown; to £ hit*. ,10K MnmVH'K, rardlndls--ClontPd firth homrr nsnlnst 1'hllHcs, KARL AVEIUU., Indians-- Ix-d attack ot ttnshlnKtf'ii nltclirrs with !«iul)ii; and triple GUY nr.SII. Tubs-- ritrhrd fi hit bal npnlnst Braves for f i f t h vk-tor.v. I,K1"TY GOMEZ. YnnliN-'i-- Shut out Tig- ··rs w i t h 3 lilts, lannlnc S. SAM I.Ki-iIJK, Dftdz/Ts-- Kanpcd Clncln untl hurling lor 3 singles. In the Ring (By The Associated Press) SEW YORK--Waller Xeuset. I87'/-, Rcr- niany. outpointed Tommy Longhnin, 181!. rlilhidelphla. ( 1 0 1 ; AI Ettore. 187*1. Philadelphia, and Arthur Iliittlck, 18S, New York, drew, (!). 1.01'ISVII.LK. Ky.--Freddln Miller. 12*1/4. Cincinnati, knocked out |'» u l Uaizo, 124-V,. Chicaso ( 5 1 . E.YU CI.AIRK. \Vls.-Iowtt ,liw Rivers. 14:i'/z, Ce.-lar Uapids, Tmva, outpointed Eddie Kan, 14.1, Poland, ( 1 0 ) : Raymond Larson. 170. fhliipewa mils, WIs.. outpointed Klojd Mlnso. 17fiV-:. Durnnd. \Vls-, TO. 1IOLLV\V()I)I). Cill.--Hob C.mhvln, 17S. Miliml, t'la., stopped Kenny .Miller. J7fi, Los Anerles. ( 4 1 . Alumni Golfers Plan to Vie in University Play j IOWA CITY, May 5. -- The ! younger generation among University of Iowa alumni as well as the veterans will have their golf tournaments as the only athletic features of the seventy-fourth commencement. "Under the direction of Coach Charles Kennett, each affair will begin Saturday, June 2, at S a. m. in Finkbine field, the first event of alumni day. One tournament will be open to every alumnus and the other is only for veterans over 55 years of age. To the open champion will go the Fred W. Sargent trophy and the veteran titlist will receive the Tolm Voss cup, each to be held for a year. L O O K ! 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