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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 Hartford, Conn.. Giants scheduled to play at North Iowa fairgrounds with Coca-Cola Cubs in Wednesday game. ___. MONDAY. MAY 7. 1934 Out of the PRESSBOX .... Hi AL MITCHELL · Tough Time v An amateur golfer will need to be equipped with swift transportation if he is to get the most out of Minnesota's season. With the St. Paul open tournament scheduled July 12, 13 and 14 at Keller, the Minnesota amateur tourney is list-, ed for July 9 to 15 at Northland, in Duluth. * 9 * Neither side has given 'way to the other, and the conflict looks as though some one was planning to fight it out on those lines if it takes all summer. * * * Last Stand Time was when third base was the hot corner of the ball diamond. Now, since 1920 in fact, it might be better called the old men's home. Since the Babe popularized the art ol poling them over the distant fences, there has been less to worry about in covering the Jar sack. * * * Speed and dash to scoop the dragged bunts of the opposition is more or less gone since managers began to create followers in Ruth's footsteps. What the third baseman needs now is a barrica_de, with the way that baseballs are rifled a' him. RAPIDS BOWLER TOPS CLASSIC HERE 114 BOWLERS TRY LUCK ON ALLEYS IN LYONS EVENTS Swafford Holds to Second Spot in Final Day of Bowling Tourney. Tony Novotny of Cedar Rapids went into first place by a slim margin of 5 pins over C. B. Swafford of Mason City as Sunday's bowling completed one of the largest classics held this season in North Iowa and southern Minnesota, the Lyons Cleaners meeting. Swafford held second place in the meeting, which attracted 114 bowlers from Iowa and Minnesota cities. The prize list "was to be made up for announcement Wednesday, according to Hans G. Pusch, who acted as secretary for the classic. LYONS CLEANERS CLASSIC SATURDAY NIGHT SCORES Coca-Cola Cubs Split Series With Texas Spiders KENTUCKY DERBY WINNER Sobleske, S. J, . . . Hnlleiue, M Lee, Harry Best. Earl Mcade, Dr Dobbs, rani Meony, L Duncan, John . . . . Krumholt, T. K. .. swnnson, A * · £ · ··;; 179 172 191 m 1DCI 38.1 192 184 160 187 171 138 178 181 203 170 212 22S 182 199 180 Attesting to those ideas is the fact that such a fading veteran as [ BmjT"-'acB Joey Sewell can prolong his career i Taiimadgc, L iso by five years, covering third base *""· E " "» after being converted from shortstop, in the lineup of the game's richest ball Yankees. club, the New York Lorllng, V. W 159 Strong, w. B Sl'kc, 1 ISO 221 Now Lazzeri has moved up to third from second, as he has slowed with the passing of seasons. Even Rogers Hornsby stepped in to play in the opening contest with his St. Louis Browns, and might go on there but lor a bad leg. The "hot corner" designation seems to be gone. Maybe third base will be the "last stand" from now on. * * * i Something New Out in the Nebraska State league, there's something new under the n.. That's Irish Carrig's air-cooled Jie stick is punctured with air 1 three-eighth of an inch in ler, 15 of the-n to the bat. * * * - ' Why? So heavier, denser wood i"than can ordinarily be used may be put in the sticks, gaining more driving power. The holes are necessary to cut down the extra weight which goes over the maximum al- Turn to Market Page) HE-ENTERED SCORES SoblMkc, S. 3, ... 170 172 186 Lee, llorrj- ...... 191 16B 207 , IJ,)blJ», rnul ...... 1511 192 171 1 Duncan, John ____ 138 137 103 Lyonj, AV. B. ---- 170 15(i 200 SUNDAY SCORES Novotny, T loatllllon, H."! :er, Jess .. water, II. Tost, C. . . . . tarry, R. . . . . Timlin. L tuchholz, V. . . loppc, \V. . . . . TJanleli, »ed . ohnson, Irv. Irukel, A. 'Itllerton, W. . Irown, J. . . . HIGH SCHOOL IS DISTRICT LOSER Farmersburg Wins 2-0 in Final of Tournament at Elma Diamond. ELMA, May 7,--A walk, a double and a single by the three Mueller boys in the last half of the sixth Inning gave Farmersburg a 2 to ( ·victory over Mason City's Mohawks here Saturday afternoon and qualified Farmersburg for the state high school baseball tournament as champion of District No. 1. Kuhske, Parmersburg h u r 1 e r turned back 14 Mason Cityang on strikes. M. Mueller, who scored the first run of the game after walking, was injured by a thrown ball in a play at second base and taken out of the game in the final inning. Eight strikeouts were registered by Wolske, Mohawk pitcher, who held Farmersburg hitless except in the sixth inning. Glen Bvers pitched ball that se Tripoli high down with a lone blow to win the semifinal for Mason Citj 7 to 4 Saturday morning, as Mason City made the victory sure by banging out 5 runs in the third frame. Another pair came in the sixth. Hert and Krueger of Tripoli hit homeruns during the contest. Farmersburg had become a fin- nlist earlier in the day by defeating Dunkerton 6 to 4, falling on Gaddis' pitching for 7 hits. Dunkerton aided the victory by 4 errors. 333 . 193 . 181 203 , ISO 11)5 , 202 las , 201 . 1119 . 238 . 100 . 172 .180 . 163 . 226 . 183 . 199 fewland, H. B. . Wayne, O. . . . . . . oiy, X. ..... ' ' (ones, S. ..... Sachman, C. . · Clausen, Axel . IVIfihnlck, M. . Baldwin, \V. .. Etiftstrom, G. . . John . . . . Tollett, J. 174 226 223 23.1 2011 2011 18S 202 147 200 170 170 11)1 101 182 J49 174 173 190' ISO 17» 176 148 200 181 193 146 142.'~181 " 176 im - M2 187. M3 141! 160 175 157 182 153 1J5 103 157 1.14 128 180 143 124 217 inn 189 1C4 JWI 203 193 181 183 1911 181 187 200 213 109 184 156 162 151 162 192 165 170 189 172 153 Daniel, Fred Barker, Jess ... Starry, H 3. .. Timlin, L Kuchholz, V.' Novotny, T. .... Thelsen, R. A. .. -lohnson, Irv, ... Anderson, W. .. Hoppe, W Jones, S Newland, H. B. Moc, L. A Swafford, C. B. O'Xeil, F. E. ... Collins, C. M. .. KE-ENTEBED SCORES 193 155 186 . 172 . 182 . 181 . 189 . 390 . 16li '. 150 . 144 . 158 . 185 . 178 . 187 . 160 191 177 169 136 163 175 184 193 181 134 146 ns 159 207 203 178 1' 188--784 I 210--780 224--707 1611--758 170--702 176--74S 173--730 181--721 171--700 155--690 178--095 ISO--«71 179--fit* 157--i»9 151--041) 111--640 200--728 108--732 172--6111 133--571 14B--072 232--850 177--794 183--786 181--783 503--782 208--782 193--770 183--774 232--763 173--762 159--748 192--",^9 171--734 167--720 161!--724 178--722 180--721 157--715 187--703 100--699 170--690 188--695 173--601 158--689 201--C6K 141--665 147--647 141--638 T3C--G3f» 137--611 141--561 193--723 This photograph was made just a few minutes after Cavalcade, with ck Garner up, won the Kentucky derby Saturday at Churchill Downs. Mack Garner up (Central Press Photo). Blacksmith Knew What He Was Talking About 154-- G78 146-- 67H lltt-- «13 157-- C63 153 -- OG2 1511-- 625 1GO-- 800 181--774 _ 1(17--740 17 190--730 MASON CITY--O AB R H K Lane 3 0 Hathaway 3 0 0 3 0 0 Suter snell 'raM Hrrt Mulcahy Mnit Wolske 1 1 1 0 3 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 Totals 34 0 4 3 F'EBSBURG--I A B R H E 4 0 (I 0 2 0 0 Corlett Thompson Little 2 I) M. Mueller 0 1 0 0 0 1 Kuhs! 3 0 0 0 B . Mueller 3 1 1 Kane- 2 0 0 0. Mueller 3 0 1 Wold 3 0 0 NORTHERN NINES PLAY IN FINALS Bristow, Armstrong Plan for Meeting in State Prep Tournament. Two North Iowa towns will meet as Armstrong and Bristow, champions of the Mallard and Radcliffe baseball tournaments, respectively, play in the state championship meeting. Bristow, coming from behind in the seventh in a final contest with Radcliffe, won 5 to 4 to take the tournament title Saturday. Truex doubled, and Ashworth and Paint added similar drives to set up a pair of runs, tie the count at 4-4, and send the game into an extra inning, winning 5 to 4. Bristow also came from behind in the seventh against Cambridge to win a semifinal game as Wessels doubled to start a rally. With 22 hits, Bristow earned 11 runs in the tournament, and made only 2 errors. Opponents got 4 earned runs and 7 hits from Bristow, and also made 2 errors. The Bristow school is the smallest to enter the state meet, only 12 boys being enrolled in high school this season. Armstrong, paired with the Butler county team, won from Titonka 5 to 2, getting 8 hits to the losers' 6, and making only 1 error to 8 for the opposition, in the final contest at Mallard Saturday. Score by limincs: Mown CltJ 000 000 0--l Karmersbure 000 002 i--2 Cavalcade Wins in Derby; Coasts to Victory, NEW YORK, May 7. UP)--The wise old fellow with the satchel full of horse shoes--meaning the blacksmith who nailed the plates to the Kentucky derby winner -- knew what he was talking about, after, all. Cavalcade, as he insisted two days .before.tie'-iace,. was; just, a "big bully" and .demonstrated it Saturday to the complete .satisfaction of an amazingly big crowd hy overpowering all rivals in an exciting stretch drive at historic Churchill Downs. He's the king of the three year old American-turf today and until further notice--this English-bred offsnring of a long line of thoroughbred champions. It has been a literal procession of triumph so far this spring for Cavalcade, victor in three straight races. Tops Track- Kecorfl. In rapid succession the star of the Brookmeade stable, owned by Mrs Isabel Dodge Sloane of New York and Florida, has equaled one track record, broken another and romped off with the $37,000 class:c of the Bluegrass. So far the Brookmeade colt has not been hard-pressed at the finjai of any race.' He looks to have the stamina, as well as speed for a ereat campaign, though his derby time of 2:04 was short of the record and expectations. The climax of the sixtieth Kon- tucky derby, with Cavalcade pulling away to win by three lengths frfm Alfred G. Vanderbilt's Discovery and the two fillies, Mata Hari and Bazaar, well beaten o f t presented one of the most spectacular scenes the American turf has had in nostwar years. 55,000 in Crowd. Reminiscent of boom days, the crowd that jammed Churchil Downs overflowed on to the track and "crashed" the fences, numbered fully 55,000 and gave a surging background to the most color 'fu! of this country's horse races. The victory of Cavalcade marked the achievement of a longstanding ambition for "Uncle Mack" Garner dean of the Iowa an of 20 years in COMETS COP 76 POINTS IN MEET Cresco, Osage Defeated as Charles City Runs to ;,, _ : T^ack ^Victory..;, "CRESCO","May 7.--The -Charles City high school track team won a triangular meet from Osage and Cresco on the local field Saturday afternoon by amassing a total of 76 points. Cresco was second with 59 while Osage scored 25. The day was ideal and the track fast. Creditable time was made in all the running events while the marks in the field were rood. POWER WITH BAT HELPS POLANSKY IN SUNDAY GAME Four Douhle Plays Scored by Teams in Contest at Local Park. That power with the stick that's been lacking when needed, and the fielding flash that hadn't been shown before came along all at once Sunday, in addition to some real pitching, and Mason City's Coca-Cola Cubs won an 11 to 1 ball game from the Texas Black SpiOcrs at the North Iowa fairgrounds, after losing S to 5 a day before. Vic Polansky, on the mound for the Cubs, gave up 10 hits to the dusky batsmen, but he kept the blows scattered, and flashing double plays, coupled with circus catches and real defensive baseball in general, kept the runners off the paths. Cubs Hit 15 Blows. The Cubs : drove out 15 blows, Johnnie Jones getting one for a pair of sacks. The best swat of the day went to the Spiders, however, with Arthur getting a three-base drive in the sixth. Polansky struck out 2 of the Spider batsmen, and Arthur, who pitched for the Negro team, whiffed 3. Johnson, who followed him in the eighth, after 8 hits had produced 8 runs for Mason City, struck out 2. Four Doubles Scored. Fielding gems were turned in for the Cubs by Bozich and Bonie, win contributed n double killing in the third: by the same Bonic and Dick Grant, who got another pair in th fourth; for the Spiders, by Bogan and Cook, who took two off th paths in the seventh, and Cook an Mitchell, who got another pair ir the sixth. : -The real .iiighlight, q£ fieldm was Dick-fflant's stab of Arthur line · drive over first base in th seventh. The catch was the bes seen' on the local diamond this sea son. Play Wednesday Game. The Cubs will take the field Wed nesday against the Hartford, Conn Giants, barnstormers who are gc ing to the west coast. Sunday wi see Corwith visiting the local ·"= MAJOR LEAGUE BOX SCORES SUNDAY'S GAMES NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE BOSTON--3 All U TO A Urlj'skl yti 4 1 3 1 Mowry rf 4 Hcrttr el 4 U'hlfy 31, 4 Jordan Ib 1 " 0 2 0 1 '.f.M's 2b 4 Lee If 4 Spohrcr c 4 Krnnk'e p 2 Brandt p 0 1 3 1 6 0 O 0 0 THK SUMMARY; lift -yard hitch Charles City; sert Won Iy T.. Faint. d, Hajdcn, Chnrles City: " third, PrNo.velt'fi, fresco. Time, l"-6. 100 yard dasli -- tt'oii by Jvaptor, Cruseo; second, Ilascombe, Osn.ce; third, Rlr.e, Crmrles nty; fourth, Turner, Charles City. Tlmi", :10.5. MMc nm -- Won by Herman, OsaKP; sec- md, G. Herald, Cresco: third, Bcltn*. Charles City; fourth, .Mocn, Cresco. Time, fi:lQ.2. yard relay -- Won hy Charles rlty; second, Osaee: third, Cresco. TtniCt 1:40.7. 440 yarfl dafih -- Won by V. Herold, Crefico; second, Burnett, Chnrles City; third, SprlnR- Charles City; f mirth, Clabcrfjnntz, Osage. Time. :54.R. 220 yard low Imrrtles -- Won bv T-. Paine, Charles city; second. J)e Noycles, Cresco: third, U'odrlch. Cresco; fourth, Hayden, Charles City. Time. :27.fi. 880 yard run -- Won by SchHnck, Charles City; second. Kvam, Crefico; third. Herman, Osaee; fourth, Bonsai!, Charles City. Time, 2:13. 220 yard dash -- Won hy Rice, Charles City; Second, RascomhP, Osaee; third, V. Hfirold, Cresco; fourth, Turner, Charles City. Time. :24.1. Mile relay-- Won hy Charle* City: second, Osaffe: third, GreSco, Tlnir, 4:03. Pole vault -- Won by 3, Paine, Charles City; second, Haujrhi-.v, Charles City; third. Barelss, Cresro: fourth, L. Falne, Charles City. Height. 11 fpet. Shot tint-- Won hy Tnr.rfc, Crosco: second, Indra, Osnce; third. Hoy, Charles City; foorih, Kapler, Crc«.co. Distance. 37 feet, 8 Inches. IMsc-nn-- Won by Hl^h. Chnrles City: fecund, Kvam. Cresco; third, Tuerk. Cresro; fourth. Indra, Osa K e. Distance, 103 feet, 6 Inches. Hlffh jnmp -- Won by Knpi'sr, Cresco: second. Stevens. Charles City; third, Tnerk, Cresco; fourth. Hoy, Charles City. Height, B feft. 1~/t Inches. .Tavelln -- Won hy Kafller, Cresco; second. di ST. I.Ol'lS-- 2 A II It CO A Mnrtln :il) 3 0 1 5 Kntti-ck rf 4 1 2 0 Frlsrh 2h 4 1 2 4 Mi-Mck It OiUlna lip V.IUvli c Mllli cl IHtrr f.s Whlte'il M llal'lian p Olmc» l 2 1 II bOrsattl Dclu'cl? OC.tlavIs 1 0 II ^1 1 1 0 1 I 0 II I 0 0 0 1 II 0 0 (l 1 II 0 II 2 0 0 0 II 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 Totals 34 7 27 11 I Tiital* 31 7 2 7 1 ilKTKOlT--t All II I'O A i'ox- cf :i i o ii (ioHlln r f 4 1 2 0 c 2 Slum-Mil 0 2I» fi'nli'i: Ib 4 \VulInT If 4 ItoErll »s -I O\v«n :il) 2 Krh'llle 3b 2 Marb'ry l 1 llnpirtt p 0 I.iirkln p 2 nUoljill'k 1 TotaN 35 11 2-1 10 I 0 0 0 II 2 II 0 1 2 BOSTON--14 AB II I'O A | Illsbop 2 b 3 2 2 4 . Clssell 2b 0 (I 2 2 | Wrrbcr !.s n Morsttn I b S It. .I'll If .", lleyn'ds cf 4 Solters rf 5 Terrell c t Wallers 3b.1 Wnlbt-rg p [i T»ttill« 40 17 27 12 1 S II IlKait for V. Diivl.-* In Mrvffiitli. lil'.attrd for imntthrr In mrwtli. r.llnltcd for Halliiliaii In hcvitnlli. dllattrd for OrlnU'.s In Iilntb. Score by limlnirs-- imfint (toil 001 110--3 t. LoulH 110(1 000 002--2 Summary--Error, Dnriiclli-r; runs !mlt(;d i, Drl ski. LM, .Monry. Mill", '·· I»vls: TO IMIHC hltH, UrbaiiKkl, Jordan. C. DnvK; imirnin, Mmvry; slolcn banes, .Martin, Me- lanns; sncrifl'T*, Hallahiui, Kr;uikhoi!s^; oiiblu plays, Mowry to Spobrcr, McManns l.'rhaiiNld to Jordan; bases on balls, off "Rlnkbonsc 2; struck out, by I'raiiklionsr , Itraudt 1, Hallnhan 4: liltK. off 1'rank- iiuic, 4 III 7 l-:i limliics. Ilrundl, 3 In 2-3. llnllnhnn, 5 In 7. Grimes. 2 In 2; lilt y pltcber. by Krankhouse (Mnrtln. V. luvls): wild pllcb, Ilallalian: wlnnlm; llelier, 1'raiikhoHse; losliil: pitcher, Ilallaan: umpires, Moraii and McGrew; time, ;24. " rkln la nil.III. iillalteit foi Score, by limliiRS: l),.tn,!t ....... . ........ 2(10 0 0 ( 1 0 1 1 -- .1 11, Hi,,,, ................. 010 1 2 1 0 IHI\-- 14 JCrnirs, llssell, Larkln, own; run« liat- te.I In, Ot'llrlnKer 2, roehrar.e 2, KoKcll. Sollers 3. Walters 3, Watbcrg 3, ttYrbcr 2. K. Johnson. Terrell: two base lilts, Kox, llayworth. ;chrincer, Crecnbivri:. H. .lolm- K ..... Walters; Ilirec. base lills. Coslln, Reynolds 2, Sollers, S'Vrrell, Walters; liome- nm, lloircll; stolen base, 11. Johnson: sac- Itlshop; ilnllble plays. Cocbranc to Oive.it, Mnrberry to Ohrlnser lo r.ree.nllcr;: lllsluip to \Vcrber to Slonjan, Clsscll l U'crber: base on balls, off Marberry 1 I.arliln :l, Walbere 2: stniek out, by Mar berry 1 . l.arkbi 7. WalberK 4 ; hits, tiff .Mnrberry K in 3 1-3 liilllllSS. lloBselt In 1-3, Larkln 4 In 4 J-3: wild pitch. XVal- ' Dloe 'UILADELMIIA--5 AH II I'O A tarlell ss \ i 2 4 I 0 :i II 2 0 1 3 0 1 II I) ! 2 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 II II II 0 II 0 0 (I 0 2 1 (I 1 4 r, i) o :t 1 7 0 ll'n Hirst 'Ollll chill' Vlls n c jra'skl p illaslln Darow p [fie rf-cf l e f f ' s 2b Ilnnsen p 'k th Totals 34 10 24 1: CHICAGO--11 All II PO A English 3I 4 4 ! W.H'n 2b 4 2 '. Klein If 4 1 ! Cuyler rf Ii 2 '. Staln'k cf 4 1 .lurccs ss -I I) 2 4 Cumllll Ib 2 0 1 ! Hurtnett i: 4 I · Warneke p 2 0 i Tinning p 1 0 i Totals 3.1 11 27 14 islnc pllcher. .Marlicrry. Umpires, and Mummers. Tin ST. LOUIS--i! A l l H ciiit :ib n t West cf 4 0 Burns I b 4 2 Primer If 4 2 C'pli'll Tf 4 I M'l'llo 2b 4 I ftrahc c 4 1 MnuiFie si U I Andrews p 3 1 ndarms Wells I ·O A 2 I 2 0 o ii :i o n n :i 4 n I i ii n ii Totals :fni2s2.' n NEW YOUR--(i Combs ef t 1 Kolfe ss 4 1. Until rf 4 I ctln;i£ 0 0 !e!irlK ]b fl 3 CllVri If :t ! I.'r.r.'rl Sli 4 I nlckcy c 2 o M'ffn'r 2b 3 (l .MT'yd'n p 2 0 liWolker I 1 Chlo p I 0 Totals 3:i ! ! mond, and next week will seo series against the Waterloo Car dinals. both here and at the North wood ball park. The Spiders stopped off at tn North Iowa fairgrounds Saturda afternoon to hand the Mason Cit semipro outfit an S to 5 trimmin winning the ball game in the nint inning on a 4-hit blast that scored runs. The dark skinned ball players had collected 9 hits off Bill Jones previous to their last round assault, which came while Polansky was doing relief work, but the earlier blows had been scattered and failed t do much damage. THE BOXSCOBES SATUBFIAY aBatte for C.rabowskl In eighth. Score by Innings-- I'lillaedlphla 000 000 000- B U Summa^---Emm'."'Kartell ' 2, Chlo. Hurst, Elliott, Bnble, Cuyler; iun» batted In, Bartell, Jlorst 3. Hcndrlck, Ennllsh, W Herman 2, Klein. Hartnett 2, \Varnekc; two base hits, Schulniericli, Enclish 2, Klcli Cujler; homcrun, Hurst; stolen bases, Ens- llsb, Stainbnck: double plays, llanscn t' H'llson to Hurst, Cbloiia lo Jeffries to Henrick, Bartell to Jeffries to Henrlc-k 2. Jur- ces lo IV. Herman in Cumllll. Kncllsn t' Camllll: bases on balls, off Hansen 3. Harrow 2, Warneke 3. Tinning 2; struck i bv Wnrneke 2, Tinning 2; hits, off Hansen. l' In 3 Innings, Elllntt. 2 In 3 1-3 InnlnKS, Crnboivskl, 0 in 2-3. Darrmv, 2 In I, Warm-lie, C In 3 2-3. Tinning, 3 In 3 2-3, Bush 1 In 1 2-3: hit by pitcher, by Hansen Cam l l l l ) ; passed ball, Wilson: winning pltcln -nimiiiK; losliiR pltcber, Hnnsun; umpires, Slark and Klslcr; time, 2:15. NEW 1'OItK--5 ABU I'O A ,\ Mo're If 4 I II " Ryan 211 4 i: 2 11 Terry Ib 0 3 1(1 0 OH cf 4 3 2 II .Inr'son SB 4 1 3 4 Wafns rf 3 0 U II Ver'ez :ib 4 0 0 (1 Mnnc'so c 4 1 4 0 ehul'cr p 4 1 0 2 Totals 30 10 27 IB mo-mi 0-rpat riding triumphs to his I Patrick, fltarlcs City; third. Kvam. (TrfBW: St. "Garner came home with his » » » « " . C " M "- »**""*· "» '«'· creuu, vjai"^ w-~ . first derby in 11 attempts and declared it was the biggest thrill of his career. He rode one of his D'-St- judged races on a colt that went to r,,rTMat a 3-2 favorite and justified the post a 3-2 favo: LUC WUHl. 0. «J " *«·*"" ; , the heaviest backing since Twenty Grand topped the derby field m MASON CITY PLANS FOR FRIDAY GAME AT HOME Friday will see the Mason City high school ball club on its home field once more, as the Mohawks meet Goodell here. A Tuesday game was called off, after being carded for the Goodell diamond, since the tournament squad will find scholastic work heavy this week because of missed _ school days spent in tournament competition. North Iowa Meets ESTHERVILLE INVITATIONAL, Fort Dodge Elttwrvllle ·*" Central, Slonx Clly 23'/. Mllford .-. I'lirlt Lake Rock Rapids Correetlonvllle Hawarden . . . . . ..... . . LcMari .............. Shcrburn, Minn Wlndom, Minn 1931. Tri-County Softball Loop Formed for Play GENEVA, May 7.--A Tri-County soft ball league including ACKley, Alden, Austinville, Hampton. Iowa Falls and Geneva has just been organized. The officers are: President, Dr. Schalk. Alden; vice president, G, B Boots, Geneva; secretary, R. E. Harmon, Iowa Falls; directors, Dahlquist, Hampton, Lindaman, Austinville and Bleeker, Ackley. The league will use a 12 inch ball and 60 foot bases. The first league game will be played Monday, May 14. Lonerock High School Wins From Town Nine LONEROCK, May 7.--The Lonerock high school baseball team i3e- feated^the Lonerock town team by a score of 18 to 8. Broad jump--Won br Kapler, Cresco: second. L. Paine, Charles City: third. Hoy. Charles City: *onrtb. Indra, Osage. Distance, 2(1 feet, I 1 /*: Inches. League Results SI'IDEBS--8 AB1! PO A Johnson M 5 0 0 1 .Mitchell Ib 5 2 B (I McQueea cf fi 1 Tate rf 4 son 31 I. Cook 2b 4 Jackson c 4 Jones p 4 Renson p 2 Bogun If 2 3 0 2 2 0 0 0 2 2 2 1 111 0 2 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 Totals 36 13 Z4 r, Duncan cf 3 An'son 21| 3 Jones 3I 3 Bozich ss 4 R'nnmon It 3 Grunt Ib B Klngns rf :t Corlck c 4 Jones p 4 Polansky p 0 Total! 34 AD H I'O A 1 3 1 5 1 I 1 1 II 1 S 0 2 0 1 6 2 1 1 (l 0 0 0 0 Score l)y Innings- Spiders Cubs 030 ooo loi--a 300 mi ooo--r. SPIDERS--1 AB II I'O A J'nson c-p 4 0 3 0 Mitchell Ib 3 1 9 0 .McQueen cf 4 1 2 0 Tate 2b 4 2 1 1 An'son NS 3 0 Cook 3 b 4 2 Cooper rf 4 2 nocait If 4 I Arthur p 3 1 Jackson c 0 0 0 0 5 I 0 2 2 0 Totals 33 10 24 8 CUBS--11 AB H PO A Duncan cf 4 t 0 0 An'son If 4 1 1 Jones 3b 4 Bozich ss 5 Honle 21, .' Grant Ib R Illninis rf 4 Corrlck 4 4 2 13 1 II I 3 Polansky p 4 2 0 0 Totals 39 15 24 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE SUNDAY RESULTS Chleaco 11: Phllauclplila G. New York 5: Cincinnati 3. PlttRburch 8: Brooklyn 5. Boston 3! St. Ixmls 2. .MONDAY GAMES Brooklyn at Pittsburgh, Pbllaclphla nt Chicago. New York at Cincinnati, Boston at Si. Louis. AMERICAN I.EAOUK SUNDAY RESULTS New York C: St. Ixmls S. Cleveland 4: Philadelphia 3. Boston 14; Detroit 4. Washington 5; Chicago 0. MONDAY GAMES Chicago nt Washington. St. Louis at New York. Cleveland nt Philadelphia. Detroit nt Boston. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION SUNDAY RESULTS Toledo 7-13: Milwaukee 6-12. Loul.ivllle 3-2: St. Paul (l-l. Minneapolis 8-1: Indianapolis 5-2. Columbus 12: Kansas city fi. .MONDAY GAMES Milwaukee »1 Toledo. Minneapolis at Indianapolis. Kansas City at Columbus. St. Paul at Louisville, Score by Innings- Spiders · cubs . 000 001 000-110 100 08x--U League Leaders By The Associated Press) (Including Sunday Games) NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING--Leslie, Dodgers, .403. KUNS---Vaughan, Plmtes, 20. HUNS BATTED IN--Suhr, Pirates, HITS--Moore, Giants, 26. DOUBLES--English, Cubs, 8. TRIPLES--Suhr, Pirates, fi. HOMERUNS--Ott, Giants, and Klein Cubs, 0. STOLEN BASES--Frcy, Dodgers, Martin. Cardinals, 3. PITCHING--Bush, Cnbs, li-0. AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING--Reynolds, Red Sox, .492, RUNS--Morgan, Red Sox, 17. RUNS BATTED JN--Reynolds, Red Sox 20. HITS-- Reynolds, Red Sox, 31. DOUBLES--Werbcr, Red Sox. S. TRIPLES--Reynolds, Red SON, 4. IIOMF.RUSS--Hoth. Yankees. K. STOLEN BASES--Walker. Tigers. 7. P I T C H I N G -- R u f f i n g . Yankees, and Thomas, Senators, 4-0. CINCINNATI--'.! A B H PC A Adiinis 3b 3 2 2 nShlvrr 1 .In.M-i'o rf 4 Co'osliy If 4 llafey cf 4 Koenlg Jb 4 I'let 2b 4 O'Kar'ell c 2 1,0'liardl c 2 Slade ss 4 Ho.I'son p 0 0 0 1 3 1 I 2 4 0 4 0 I .1 0 0 0 Stout P 3 0 2 bBotlomlcy 1 0 (I Totals !I27 I iiBnitcil for Adams Jn ninth, bRiilled for Stout in ninth. Score by InnllllTS-- cw York 200 KKI 101-- ;inclnmitl 000 020 (110-Summary--Error, Jackson: runs batted Ii oe Moore. Terry. Ott 2, Mancusn, Comor isky, Hafey 2; two base hits. Terry. Koen K; tliree. base hit, Sehiimacker; homerniis lancuso, Haley; double plays, Vcrccj. t Ilynn to Terry; Adams to Koeiilc; bases o ·alls, off SI Jobnsoa 1, Stout 2: struc nit, by Scliumacker 4, SI Johnson 1. Sum ; hits, off Johnson, 3 In 1-3 Inning. Still K 2-:i: hit by pitcher, by .SVntminckc Adams): passed ball. O'Fnrrell: l iltcher, Jobnson: umpires. Maserkiirlh, ind I'flrnian: time, 2:24. iKOOKLYN--5 AB H PO A loyle rf 15 1 0 0 Frcy 3b 4 1 2 2 Taylor e f 5 1 3 1 IVIlson If 2 0 0 0 nhap'an If 0 0 n (I Leslie Ib 2 2 10 2 Cnc'llo 2 1 ) 4 0 2 3 Loper c 3 1 0 0 Herres c lordan ss Leonard ] aSllkeflh I'agc p liBlirher Mnnnn ]| Carroll p 1 0 3 (I 4 (I 2 r, 1 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 1 1 0 O I) 0 (I 0 1 0 1 0 PITTSBURGH--8 All II I'O Jensen cf fi P.XVer rf 4 Llnds'm If 2 Cangh'n ss 4 Suhr Ih 4 I.nv'tto 2b 4 Thev'w 31) 4 Grace c Melne p Swift* P Hoyt G 1 3 3 1 II 1 X 4 2 3 4 1 1 3 2 4 2 I) 0 0 0 0 Totals 134 7 24 18 I Totals 33 13 27 allaltcd for Andrews In ninth, xOne out when winning run scored. bll.iUed for MncFnydeii III seventh, cllnn for Ruth In ninth. Score hy innings: i,,,,!,, oflo ::ii inn--r ew York 100 2(1(1 021--Ii Errors, Kolfe, Illlrns: runs halted In, hapmao. I'epiier. C.ehrlc 3, Heffner, An- r:ws, Burns, Laz/erl; two base hits, An- tnvs, 1'epper, Gchi-lc, Lazieri; homenins, Gehrlg, Burns; stolen buses, Bums, Pepper, Chapman: double plays. Heffner tn Ge.hrli;, Mellllo to Bums, Heffner lo Rolfe to Gehrlg; liases on balls, off Andrews, r,,. L'hle. 1, Veils 2; struck oul, by MncFayden 3, drews 4: hits off MacFnyden !l In nnlngs, Uhle 3 In 2. Andrews 7 In Veils 2 In I-:i; winning pitcher, Uhle: losing ilteber, Wells. Umpires, Ornisby, Kolls and Illdchrand. Time 2:14. Jliull rf laas rf lon'a Ib Slm'ns If \ppl'g ss lykes 3b hues 21) Shea c i'asek e lones p Lyons p iliord'ay tSwansoii All » PO A :; o :i o 4 o i u 4 II !l 1 4 3 I II 3 0 1 I 3 o :i J n o o o 2 0 0 1 u II 0 II 1 1 (I 0 1. 0 II II \VAS!-tINGTOX--5 All II PO A Kiibcl I b Myer 2h Manusll If 3 2 Cronjn ss Sehulte rf slone rf llnken 31) 3 2 0 (I f 2 2 0 J P.crg Thn I 4 3 4 (I :t o mis Totals 32 fi 21 J-! Totals 31 9 27 8 aBalled for Jones In eighth. lillatted for Lyons in iilntb. Score by iniilncs: rhjc-lso ''(Ill '"M (100--(t IVn'shinctiin' OKI 1102 2IIX--r. Errors, Hoken, Jones. Ijhall, Slieu 2; mns tailed In, Stone 2; two base lilts, slone 2. Mamisli. Jykos. .Selinlte, Simmons; sacrifice, .Myer: double pbiy, Bokcn to Knliel; i;s on halls, off Thomas 4, Jooes 3: struck out, hy Thomas fl, Jones 2: lilts. ,ff Jones !l In 1 Innings, Lyons 0 In I f xvlld pitches. Jones: losing pilcber. Jones. Umpires, Mo'rlarty and C.elsel. Time, 145. CLEVELAND DOES BEST WORK WITH NINES FROM EAST Athletics Fall 4-3 Sunday as Indians Win Second Contest in Three. By ASSOCIATED 1'KESS Despite the double handicap oL \Vcs Fen-ell's persistent holdout campaign and of a slight shortage in left handed elbowers, the Cleveland Indians are doing right well by themselves in the American league. Since the intersectional play be,, in last week, only the Indians among the league's western clubs have won a game from the cast's representatives and they made it two out of three Sunday by defying. the thunder in Jimmie Foxx's bat to defeat the Athletics 4 to 3. This triumph kept Walter Johnson's crew in second place, a game and a half behind the New York Yankees. Hudlin Wins Second. Willis Hudlin recorded his second victory, taming the A's in all but two innings. Foxx walloped his fifth homer but it came with empty sacks after the Indians had gained a good lead. The Yankees maintained their lead by turning back the St. Louis Browns 6-5 with a couple of late rallies led by big Lou Gehrig. Boston's Red Sox, pressing hard from third place, gave Detroit a painful shellacking, scoring 12 runs in one tremendous inning that produced 10 hits off three pitchers. The final count was 14-1 as Steve Larkin, rookie righthander, finally stopped the shelling. Thomas Throws Shutout. Al Thomas of Washington re' corded the only major league shut- cut in a day devoted largely to heavy hitting by stopping the White Sox with 6 hits to win 5 to 0. While the first three teams in the National league standing;, New York, Cliicago and Pittsburgh, turned in v::tories over lesser opponents, the Boston Braves took a more active part in their fourth-place duel -with -St. Louis and captured the ' first -division berth in hand to hand conflict. Coming on the Cards after they had won seven straight victories, the Braves won 3 to 2 as Fred Frankhouse bested Bill Hallahan in a hurling argument. Giants Win, 5-3. The league leading Giants hopped on Si Johnson for two runs in the first inning and continued batting against AHyn Stout to whip Cincinnati 5 to 3. The Cubs jumped on Snipe Hansen for eight runs in three innings and hit a couple of other Philadelphia lefthanders freely enough to assure an 11 to 5 victor}' even though Lon Warneke weakened and let the Phillies score all their mns in the fourth. The Pirates likewise piled up an early lead and coasted through to an 8 to S decision over Brooklyn. CLEVELAND--l All K PO A Porter Tf fl 3 t 0 I'yllnk e 2 1 3 (I Averlll cf 3 1 3 0 Yosmlk If .1 2 3 0 Trosky 111 4 0 10 0 Kamm 3b . 1 0 1 3 Moore 5b 3 0 2 C. K'k'h'cr ss 4 0 3 5 llndlln P -I I I I Toials PHIL'PHIA--3 All H I'O A Wnrsf'r 2b r, I Crnrner ef I, 2 McNalr ss 3 (I I-'on I b 4 3 Cole'nn rf 4 1 Johnson If 3 II HlBBhis 3|) 3 0 Berry » : l I iiMller I (I .Mab'Iey p 1 (I 0 I Mnreuni p (I (I 0 0 b.Miuljrskl 1 0 0 0 Totals 33 S 27 13 3 0 2 4 R (I 3 0 1 I 4 2 2 (I (I (I allotted for Leonard In f i f t h , hltatteil for I'ace In seventh. Score by innings-,,.,,,,,,.,, ooo 00:1 200--r, "ittsb'lreli'".'... "' 120 025--8 Summary--Error.' Wilson; runs baited In. LImlstroni. C.rnee 2. Thevcnow 2, 1 niiKhan, Boyle, Leslie. Lopez, I'rey 2. Siihr ,: two base lilts. Lavacetlo, Bucllcr: three base bit Suhr: h'omcnms. Hoyle. Froy; sloler. base, Llno-strom: sacrifices, Linaslrom, Melne: double play. Cncclnelio lo Jordan to Leslie: bases on balls, off Leonard 1; Melne 3. Tear. 4, Swift 3. Munns 1, Carroll 2: struck out. by Mellnc I, Swift 1, Carroll 3, Hoyt I - bits, off l.eonnrd 7 In 4 InnlnKS. 1'nge 3 In 2. Melne 6 in 6 (none out In sev- e n t h ) ; Swift. 1 In 2-3. Hoyt. 0 In 2 1-3. Mnnns, 0 in 0 (pitched to one butter), Carroll. 3 In 2: wild pilch, Carroll: passed ball. Iterres: winning pitcher. Melne): Iwlne pitcher, Leonard; umpires, Ivlcm and Stewart; time, 2:20. Thompson Wins Third Game of Season 6-5 THOMPSON, May 7.--The Thompson high school baseball team played its third game of the season Friday afternoon at the local ball park, defeating Lake Mills high rehool by :i score of G-D. Batting for Lake allatlcd for Berry in ninth. blinded for Marrnm In ninth. Score by Innings: Cleveland . 1 0 1 , 1 1 1 ( 1 10(1--t Philadelphia 002 0(10 010--3 Errors. McNnlr. Knickerbocker, Pyllnk; runs hallrd In, Porter. Trosky, Pytlali. Aver!ll. Maliaffey. Cramer. Toxx: two base hiu, Hudlin, Cramer, Porter: three base hit, Averlll: homeruns, Porter. IMIXX: stolen base, I'vtlak: double plays. Knickerbocker to Kamm, Wnrsller lo McNalr to Foxx. Hudlin In Knickerbocker to Trosky, Hlirglns to Warstler lo 'oxx, Johnson to llcrry. McNalr to Wnrstlcr to Foxx; bases on balls, off Hudlin -I. Mnlmffey 4, Marcum 1: slruck out. hy Iludiln 2: hits, off Mn- haffey 7 In 7 Innings. Marellm 0 In 2: hit by pitcher, by Mahaffey (I'yllnk): losing pitcher, Mahnffey, Umpires. Owens, Don- .-irlly nnil McGowan. Time, 2:03. League Standings NATIONAL LKAGI;K t. Louis trooklyn .SOO I'hlladrl. .s:i:i' Cincinnati W. L. 1'et.j New York 12 4 .7.W! Chicago .12 5 .^00 tsbiirRh !l B Boston S 7 A M E R I C A N «'. I.. I'et.. New York H 5 .68RI De'rolt Cleveland « .il5!!'hlladcl. itoston H 7 ,f»r,3,st, l^iulp vVashlnsInn U 8 .839 clilrano IONS TAKE 2-0 BISEBALLGAME Defeat Packers Sunday as Larson Racks Up 14th Scoreless Inning. CHARLES CITY. May 7.--The Charles City Lions defeated the Austin Packers in a well played game on Lion Field, Charles City yesterday by the score of 2 to 0. Larson, on the mound for the Lions, allowed 5 singles and did not walk a man. Becker, starting pitcher for the Packers, gave up 4 hits and 1 run in 5 innings, while Dugan allowed no hits and 1 run in 3 innings. The Packers had men on third base twice, but Larson was invincible in the pinches. The shut out made 14 scoreless innings that Larson has pitched for the Lions, 5 innings last Sunday against the Cardinals and the 9 innings against the Packers. The Lions scored a run in the first inning on a double by Finch and a single by Eddie Goetzinger. Another run was added in the sixth inning on two Packers' errors and a wild pitch by Dugan. Next Sunday the i Lions meet the Texas Black Spiders ' o n Lion field. Charles City at 2:30 o'clock. 7 !l t II 3 13 \V. I.. 7 S I '.I .1117 .43S .tl.17 .30H AMERICAN ASSOCIATION \V. I.. I'ct-i \V. I.. I'et. M|,ls. 13 I) .700! Kan. City K H .Will Ind'polls '.I 7 .3113' Toledo » S ..WO Louisville 9 7 ..',H:l: Milwaukee r, I I .313 (olnmhiis « 7 .533'St. I'aul 5 11 .31:1 PACK BUS--(I All I llowers 2b -I Snell si 4 Hanson c I Collley If 2 -XrllMin 1 .1,-nscii ef 4 .Toliosun Ib 4 Miles 3I| 4 Clim't-s rf I M.nlley rf 2 Becker p 2 Illisan p 1 Totals 33 4 23 I,IONS--2 AB II I'O A t.O'i'er 3b 4 1 1 1 Klncll c 4 2 1 1 0 C. Kr'n 21) 4 0 3 3 K.C.'i'rr ss 4 1 I I .VK'crly rf 3 0 0 (I Meyers Ib 3 0 R 2 Bennett If 3 0 I o . 1 0 3 0 3 0 1 1 Dohb* Iarsoli ' J l II 31 4 27 » Mills was Brecon and Bromiir, for j Thompson, Maltison and Austin. ; Thompson collected fi hits ami fi homerun by K n d c r l a n d . The win j made three straight for Thompson. | !«.rs. llowrrs. SncU, Stllo-i, ,1. CtOPt^Inc- IT. r. i;rwln, I)--bt»s--two Itasc tilt*. Finch; ·,triu-k "lit, by l,ar^ftn, 11. by Heckpr . 1T !)iii;»ii 4; b;i*-« tin hnlls. ndtir; rrrors. llmvcrs, Snrll. Stllrf-f., .1. (ioH/liiHT. ( . Kr- M l n , i K i M K . ; w i n n i n g i-Itrhcr. I,;ifM»: lff« 1115 pitcher, necker. ·\

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