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RECORDS FALL AS 50 TEAMS ENTER MEET ROCKNE FUNERAL TO BE SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT 3 King of Vikings Sends His Representatives to Services. By PAUL MICKELSON SOUTH BEND, Ind., April 3. ( ·--Knute Rockne, that roving, restless spirit, will find his final resting place Saturday afternoon in Highland cemetery ' just two and one- half miles from the campus of old Notre Panie. · Surrounded by thousands of his most intimate friends and personal representatives of King Haakon of Norway, the land of the Vikings from which he came, Rockne's body will he taken to the church of Sacred Heart at 3 p. m. for simple ceremonies and then lowered into the grave. Body Ues in State. Until the cortege takes him for , his last earthly journey, the body of the great Notre Dame coach wil' lie in state at his picturesque home in Sunhymede, watched over by a guard of honor composed of the boys and men he trained to play. The casket was sealed because of the condition of his body, which was mangled In the tragic airplane crash in Kansas. Pomp and Ceremony Missing. The pomp and ceremony, w.hich were so closely associated with his glorious achievements.on the foot ball field, will be missing tomorow afternoon. The services and burla probably will take far less time than even an average game of foot ball. Services at the graveside wil be said by Father Mulcaire. Solemn high requiem mass wil be held at the' same church at o'clock next Thursday morning in the presence of students, who b; that time will have returned from their Easter vacations. A part of Highland cemetery in eluding the Rockne grave, has bee consecrated for Catholic burial; th other part is for non-Catholics. Only 1,400 to be Admitted. Because of the wish for simplicity and brevity, only 1,400 of Rockne's closest friends will be admitted.to the services at the church and grave. The funeral sermon will be delivered by Father Charles L. O'Donnell, president of the university. The names of the pallbearers were not to be announced until later. King; Haakon cabled the Norwegian consul at Chicago to attend the services tomorrow, accompanied by - a group of six prominent Chicago BE^GAZETTE RTS MASON CITY^ IOWA, APRIL-3 1931 DON SETS MARK IN SEGRAVE DEATH-BOAT King Pays Tribute. The king conveyed his deep regret to Mrs. Rockne and Notre Dame and advised he would knight the departed Notre Dame football coach within the next six months. South Bend was filled with mourners today and they Included almost everyone of importance in America's college athletic world. TRAINS TO STOP CHICAGO, April 3. UP)--As a. mark of respect to Knute Rockne, all trains on the Chicago South Shore and South Bend railroad will holt for one minute at the hour of the Notre Dame funeral services. athletic leader's NEW YORK CLUB LEADS TANK MEN . Favored to Take National A A. A. U. Meet; Spence 4 1 Sets New Mark. CHICAGO, April 3. UP)--The New York Athletic club, favorite to win tha national A. A. U. swimming championship, today was out in front with a margin of three points over the University of Southern California, with two days to go. The winged -foot team last night piled up 13 points and accounted for the world records. The 400 yard free style relay team defeated the Hollywood A. C. in 3:34.9. Nearly five seconds better than the former mark by a Yale team. Leonard Spence gave the New York club a nsyr record in the 220 yard breast stroke, which he negotiated in 2:44.6, to better the old- mark of 2:45 by Sarouda of Japan. Life of Knute Rockne By R. J. Scott 4.1888/ IN :BBOTT£H:r HER' OHTLD- 10 GHlGA.(3O / g'o · · K N U T E RQCKNE » io TO ."ROdKHE. nr irc-coc . BCSBS SETS NEW MARK JACKIE MITCHELL Kayo Don, British racer, drove his motor boat, Miss England II over the waters of tho Parana river Thursday at 103.49 miles an hour for. a new world's record. Ho left Argentine Thursday night" for England. Gar Wood of the United States recently set the record of 102 miles an hour. MAUREEN ORGUTT IN SEMIFINALS Matched With Mrs. Hill in North-South Women's Golf Tourney. PINEHURST, N. Car., April 3. (!Pt--Maureen Orcutt of Englewood, N. J., the medalist, was matched against Mrs. O. S. Hill, Kansas City linkswoman, today for tho semifinal round of the twenty-ninth annual north and south women's tournament. Fighting for the privilege of meeting the winner of this match in the finals were Virginia Van Wie, brilliant · Chicago golfer, and Jane Brooks of Nyack, N. Y/,, young sensation of the tournament. Only Woman Pitcher Signed in Organized Baseball Makes Debut. CHATTANOOGA. Tenn.; April 3. t?P--Virnie Beatrice Mitchell*-Jackie when she's on the diamond-has made a debut In organized baseball that many masculine hurlers might envy. The only woman pitcher in organized baseball struck out Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig in succession when the Chattanooga Lookouts met the New York Yankees, and then walked Tony Lozzerl to complete her mound duty. . But a, "catch," was seen in the act when the Babe politely tipped his hat when he came to bat, swung wildly at a couple of pitches that fans thot he might have hit easily, and let the third go past for a called strike. And Lyn Lary, one first base, did not try to steal while Jackie took a long windup. Spencer high school's athletic teams will be coached next year by Irving L. Nelson, former University of Iowa football and basketball player. Nelson won fame on the gridiron as a drop-kicker. Frank Church, Kensett, is also one of the promising hurlers for the 1931 Tutor squad. OMPT CORA COAL at $7.00 Ohio City Is Favored Site for Title Go July 3 Set as New : Date for Bout of Champ CLEVELAND, April 3. (/T)--The heavyweight championship bout between Max Schmellng and Young Stribling seemed to be fn the bag for Cleveland today. Emil Weten, legal representative of the Madison Square Garden Corporation of Illinois, and Joe Jacobs, manager of the German titleholder, were in Chicago today with the announced intention of obtaining the corporation's signature to a Cleveland contract. William E. Carey of the Madison Square Garden was in New York after declaring Cleveland was virtually assured of the match. The three said formal announcement of Cleveland's selection would be' made as soon as minor differences over the rental of the municipal stadium and other terms could be straightened out. ' The bout, 15 rounds, will be held the night of July 3. The stadium, being erected at a cost of 53,000,000, has a capacity of 100,000 which can be increased to 120,000. Boxing Fans Pay Tribute to K. Rockne Amateur Bouts Are Stopped for Service CHICAGO, April 3. (IFl--A. stirring tribute was paid to Knute Rockne at the Chicago stadium last night. At 'the conclusion of the eighth bout between amateur boxers from New York and Chicago, the lights were turned out, with the exception of the flood lights in the organ loft. The great crowd of 24,000 stood, silent. Then Ralph Barton, organist, played the "Notre Dame Victory March," but it was not the defiant score that has been sung by the fighting hordes of Notre Dame on many frist bitten gridirons. Barton played the stirring air in slow tempo. Then a sextet of lads from Notre Dame sang the chorus. When they sang, in slow measured time, the words "Shake Down the Thunder From the Sky," there was a low murmur. At the conclusion of the song, the aextet yelled slowly, "yea Rockne.-' The lights flashed "on. The crowd was silent for an instant longer. Then the bouts were resumed. Written for Central Press : Jly W. R, WALTON Knute Kenneth Rockne, genius of football, whose untimely death has stunned the sport world, took his'first step on the path that led to football coaching supremacy when in 1910 he borrowed $45 and with two Chicago chums boarded a day coach for South Bend. Rockne's two friends had persuaded him to enroll in Notre Dame university. Knute had rather planned on entering the University of Illinois, following graduation from Tuley high school, Chicago. But he wanted to be with his chums. So, instead, he became a student in the then virtually unknown Indiana school. Strangely enough, Knute gave no thot to football on entering college. He had played on his school team, but had only a rudimentary knowledge o£ the game. But he had been very proficient in track and field athletics, having scored many points for his high school In that field of sport. * + * Rockne, the son of an ambitious Norwegian carriage maker, was born March 4, 1888, in Voss, Norway. The family came to America when Knute's father, Louis, entered a specially constructed carriage he had manufactured in Norway to exhibit in the Chicago world's fair. Louis Hockne brot his wife, Martha Gjermo Rockne, and their children with him. Knute was then only five years old. The Rocknes settled in Chicago and there little Knute played w.Ith the native born children of the neighborhood arid became in short order a very thoro-going young American. Thus when he entered high school'he took naturally to American sports. Even at that age young Rockne displayed the · determined, resourceful character which led him to the peak of his profession. Entering athletics he became a star athlete--that was Rockne's way. HIGH SCHOOLS TO SEEK LAURELS IN NEW IOWA EVENT Total of 456 Men Listed for Affair; Powerful Teams Are Registered. ; IOWA CITY, April 3.--All records for number of schools and Individual entrants in an indoor track and field meet exclusively for lowans have fallen, University of Iowa athletic department officials found upon totalling tho roster. For the university's meet Saturday, held at the request of the Iowa High School Athletic association, has an entry list of 50 schools and 456 men, surpassing by about five schools and 50 athletes the largest dumber of Iowa entrants, ever to register for an indoor affair. Frorh AH Sections. From tho high schools of tho luunlets to the institutions of Des Molncs, the roster Includes representatives of every section of Iowa. Some of the more powerful teams include Davenport, East Des Moines, Fail-field, Clinton, Burlington, and Washington of Cedar Rapids. The average number of men from gentine Yacht club, which super- j each school is nine. Among the CLOCKED AT 103 MILES PER HOUR ON PARANA RIVER British Racer Drives Miss England II to Record on South American Waters. BUENOS AIRES, April 3. .T-A new, world's speed boat record was hailed here today-^103.dO statute miles an hour, made by Kaye Don, British racer, In Miss England II on the surface of the muddy, swollen Parana river yesterday afternoon. The mark, which will be certified to the International Racing association at Brussels by the Ar- IDEAL SANDMEN DEFEAT OILERS Faistaff Pale Wins Two Out of Three Games r'rom Cafe Bowlers. Friday's Schedule: Oakland Fontiucs Vs. Decker's lawanas on alleys 5 and C at 7:45. . Clmplit-O'NcIl Coal company vs. H. O. Boyd Bowling company on alleys 7 nnd 8 at 7:45. Ideal Sand and Gravel took a usual two out of three game victory from the Champlin Refining company in Thursday night's bowling at the Boyd Bowling alleys.' The Faistaff Palo won two out oE three from the Alien. Cafe of Charles City. West of the Allen Cafe five took all honors for the evcnnig by shooting 267 for a.high single and 538 for a three game total. FALLSTAF PALE Wall 157 180 187 524 Wilcox 178 21G 180 572 Jacobs 229 106 203 5fl8 Squires 158 M. Bushgens ..181 EXHIBITION BASEBALL vised the timing, beats the record of 102.50 miles an. hour set recently by the American, Gar Wood, at Miami Beach. Don, happy, at success In the venture which 'already has been attended by failure in two-attempts due to motor troubles, packed up his boat and took, the Andalucla Star at midnight for England: He did not await a. banquet which was planned for him here. Don's efforts were made in connection with the British trade cx- ppsition, which is in progress here. The Miss England II is the same boat in which Major H. O. D. Segrave met his death. What's Going On Around Baseball Training* Camps 178 190 201 171 537 542 Totals SOI B36 9422773 Team average 2773--924 ALLEN OAFK Hillier 179 189 189 Krumbholz 191 165 185 D. Bushgens ..160 183 148 West 167 164 267 Dobbs .147 210 171 557 541 491 598 528 per ton cash PHONE 888 Fireside Fuel Co. Millard Berry, Joice, is the only reserve catcher to return to the Tutor baseball squad at Cedar Falls al- tho Lee Coler, AcUley, Is making a try for the position behind the plate. Dan Cook, Convith, is among the recruits reporting this year. By The Associated Press. LITTLE ROCK--New York (N) 8; Chicago (A) 6. CHATTANOOGA--New York (A) 14; Chattanooga (SA) 4. MACON--Hartford (B) 5; Brooklyn (N) 2. CHARLOTTE, N. Car.--Philadelphia (A) 11; Charlotte 1. LOUISVILLE--Louisville (AA) 5; Boston (A) 4. BIRMINGHAM--Cincinnati (N) 3; Birmingham (SA) 1. MEMPHIS--St. Louis (A) 8; Memphis (SA) 7. NEW ORLEANS--Cleveland (A) 8; New Orreans (SA) 1. SAN FRANCISCO -- Pittsburgh (N) 9; Missions (PC) 3. OAKLAND--Oakland (PC) 7; Detroit (A) 6. LOS ANGELES--Chicago (N) 9; Los Angeles (PC) 5. TUFFY ANDERSON SIGNS FOR BOUT To Battle Dows' Fighting Ace in Six Rounds; Kid Lehr to Appear. "Tuffy" Anderson, Charles City welterweight, wSs signed Thursday to meet Gordon Stewart, Dows, in a six round bout of the 42 round boxing card, scheduled at the armory Friday, April 10. Stewart, who won his last two bouts with "Young" Casey and Moxle West of Waterloo by the knockout route, will be meeting a mauler that has never been knocked out. If the tough one will get In shape as he promised Joe Kelly, matchmaker of the American Legion drum corps, the bout has prospects of good-punching. Anderson went Into training Thursday with Don Hampton, local welterweight star, who will meet Kid Jobe, local battler, in a H!X rounder. Glenn (Kid) Lehr, Waterloo's scrappy lightweight, was also signed to meet any opponent. The matchmaker is looking over the field of lightweights for one that can give the Waterloo scrappor an evening's work. Totals 844 911 9602715 Team average 271G--905 CHAMPLIN REFINING CO. Theiscn 173 183 161 517 Hill 162 149 189 COO Berry 147 111 134 392 Morphew 176 190 159 525 Bender ..:....194 225 172 591 Totals 852 858 8152515 Team average 2515--838 IDEAL SAND GRAVEL CO. Pusch 181 177 143 501 Whalcn 132 168 168 488 Gaylord 126 211 181 518 Stenner 180 145 156 481 Johnson 163 235 176 574 Totals 782 S36 8242542 Team average 2542--847 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MANAGER JOHNSON PLEASED WITH MEN j BILOXI, Miss.--Manager Johnson is pleased with the pre-season development of his Senators. On their way to Washington the Senators will play several games, one Friday against the Birmingham Barons. * * * GIANTS' PENNANT CHANCES IN HANDS OF NEW MEN MEMPHIS, Tenn.--The pennant chances of the New York Giants ap- HAROLD FISHER Bntt High Ready to Start Baseball Card BRITT, April S--Brltthlgh school baseball team was set to open its season against Wesley at Wesley Friday. In a practice game with the Junior college Underkoffer struck out nine men in five innings and held the college team to two runs. Underkoffer and G. Van Winkle, who alternate at pitching and catching, seem to be first choice on mound duty. Cook, relief pitcher on last year's team, has had a sore arm and has not been able to do any mound work. Following Is the schedule: April 3--Wesley, there. April 7--Ledyard, here. April 10--Klemmc, there. April 17--Ledyard, there. April 21--Klemme, here. April 24--Hayfleld, here. April 28--Crystal Lake, here. May 1--Goodell, here. May 5--Wesley, here. May 8--Goodell, there. May 115--Hayfleld, there. May 20--Crystal Lake, there. FISHER MAY GET JOB AT SIMPSON Former Clear Lake Athletic Coach Mentioned With Three Others. INDIANOLA, April 3--The resignation of Harry H. (Hoge) Workman as head coach and director of athletics at Simpson college, effective June 1, was a subject of discussion Thursday. Altho hints that Workman might not return next fall have been heard, the announcement of his resignation came unexpectedly. The names of three former Simpson men are prominent among those being discussed as possible successors of Workman. They are Harold (Bud) Fisher, formerly of Clear Lake, whose Boone high school basketball team won the state championship this year; Bill Layland, coach at Abraham Lincoln high of Council Bluffs, whose team was represented in the state basketball tournament this year, and Ward H. Rockey of Webster City, whose teams at Jefferson and at Webster City have hung up fine competitive records. Workman, a former Ohio State athlete, came to Simpson five years ago from Redlanda, Cal., where he coached a college team. Ho succeeded his brother, Noel Workman, at Simpson. HORNSBY ORDERS HACK WILSON TO REST LOS ANGELES '·-- Somewhat alarmed at Hack Wilson's inability to hit the ball as often as usual, and a, resulting effect on his spirits, Manager Rogers Hornsby of the Cubs, has ordered the pudgy home- run champion to rest for a few days. GABBY STREET SELECTS HIS "BIO FIVE" OF MOUND BRADENTON, Fla. -- Manager Gaby Street of the St. Louis Cardinals Friday selected the "big five" of his pitching staff for the 1!)31 campaign. They arc Burleigh Grimes, Jess Haines, Bill Hallahan, Flint Rhem and Syl Johnson. Jim Lindsey and Tony Kaufmann appear near to the veterans in ability. MICHIGAN TEAM CLINGS TO MARK BUFFALO, N. Y., April 3. (/P-With the closing of the thirty-first annual tournament of the American bowling congress set for next Monday niftht, the Michigan Recreations of Detroit are clinging to their two pin hold on the top rung In the five man standings. Should their score of 2944 withstand the assaults nf the remaining teams, It will be the lowest score to capture first money in 15 years. Last night the Socony banners of Buffalo marked up best count of the 2,845 for evening. the No changes were recorded in any of the divisions. pear to be in the hands of their young pitchers. Five of the 11 hurl- era Manager John McGraw plans to carry this season are known quantities. * * * ATHLETICS ARRIVE HOME FOR SERIES PHILADELPHIA--Chilly blasts greeted the Philadelphia Athletics as they arrived home from the southland Friday to open their annual spring series with the Phillies at Sliibe park. Four stars of the rival clubs will not be in the city series opener. Chuck Klein, slugging Phillies outfielder, and Phil Collins, their star pitcher, are holdouts, while George Earnshaw, Athletics pitcher, and Al Simmons, hard-hitting outfielder of the A's, plan to remain In Hot Springs, Ark., until next week. Walberg, for the Athletics, and Ace Elliott, for the Phillies, were the pitching selections for the opening contest. * * * ST. LOUIS BROWNS OPEN FIVE-GAME SERIES KANSAS CITY--The St. Louis Browns open a five-game series'hcre Friday which will determine who is to stay with the team and who Is to depart for Milwaukee, Wichita Falls or elsewhere. » · « * HOWLEY DEPENDS ON NICK CULLOP IN GARDEN CHATTANOOGA--Confident that Nick Ciillop will come thru, Manager Dan Howley has told the Cincinnati Reds left .fielder that no mater how many tlm'cs he strikes out he is to have .that garden regularly. J * . *; * BUCK HARRIS SWINGS . ; . AXE ON DETROIT TIGERS OAKLAND--The axe is beginning to swing in the Detroit Tiger camp. Manager Bucky Harris has announced the release of Dick Schultz, recruit right handed pitcher, to Evansville of the Thrcc-I league. * » * HAL RHYNE HIT BY BATTED BALL LOUISVILLE, Ky.--The Boston Red Sox Friday awaited reports from an x-ray examination of the injury to Inficlder Hal Rhyne when he was hit by a hatted bail in practice Thursday. His physician said his jawbone probably was fractured. Manager Shano Collins said Rhync woa in good spirits at the hospital Thursday night, but was ill as nn after-effect of the blow. * * « WHITE SOX HOPE TO REVERSE RECORD IN '31 LITTLE ROCK--The Chicago White Sox built up an impressive record against the New York Giants during the spring training season a year ago, and finished well down In the American league championship race. This season -they have been pushed about by the Giants nnd arc hopeful they will reverse their form again and get somewhere in their own league. larger delegations are Davenport, 38; Clinton, 25; Washington of Cedar Rapids, 22; and University High,.20. Several athletes will defend their titles won in 1930. Divide Events. So heavy is tho entry list that about six sections of the quarter mile and five sections of the half milo will be run. The four relays will be run in sections and trials and semifinals In the dnsh and both hurdles 'will cut the contestants to six finalists. To Broadcast Finals Station WSUI will broadcast the running story of the finals Saturday evening beginning at 7:30 o'clock. The meet will include six sections of the quarter mile, five of the half mile and three of tho mile, with points and medals to bo awarded In. each section. Here is the complete entry list of schools: Burlington, Cedar Rapids (Grant), Cedar Rapids (Washington), Cherokee, Clinton, Coggan, Cresco, Davenport, Dubuque, Dea Moines.(Kast), DCS Moines (North), Eagle Grove, Eldora (City High), Eldora Training School, Emmetsburg, Falrfield, Fort Dodge, 'Fort Madison, Greenfield, Grinnell, Hd- warden, Iowa City (University High), Independence, Iowa Falls,' Kalona, KeoUuk, Keosauqua, Keota, Lyons, Manchester, Marsballtown, Mason City, Meillapolis, 'ilek'riUr Muscatinc, Nashua, Newton, North. English, Orient, Osccola, Oska- ioosa, Ottumwa, Perry. Pocahontaa, Stanwood, Stuart, Springvllle, Tlp-i ton, Traer, Wapello, Washington. Winfield. , IOWA TO PLAY IN SERIES Card of Four Games Signed to Replace Spring Training Trip. IOWA CITY, April 3. W)--University of Iowa's baseball team will meet Luther college In four contests next week an a substitute for a projected training trip thru Missouri and Kansas. Games with Missouri State Teachers, Kansas Aggies, and Washington University of St. Louis ware cancelled yesterday because of snow 1 covered diamonds. Iowa will meet tho Norsemen hera Saturday nnd Monday and will play return games at Docorah, April 10 and 11. BUFFALO CENTER STARTS TRACK WORK BUFFALO CENTER, April 3.-Coach Mitchell of Buffalo Center high school called out his track men Thursday for their first practice of Lhc 1031. season. Eighteen men reported. Buffalo Center will have a great deal of strength In tha quarter-milo nnd expects to send a milo quartet to the Drake relays this spring. Buffalo Center's first meet will be the triangular meet In the middle of May. A composer received inspiration for an opera among the moonshln- imj mountaineers. A good titlo might be "Oft in the Stilly Night." --Amitln Honild. FRIDAY, APRIL 10 ARMORY 42 -- BOUNDS -- 42 Auspices American Legion Drum Corps · DON KID HAMPTON vs. JOBE fi Hounds "TflFFY" GORDON ANDERSON vs. STEWART fi Rounds GLENN (KID) LEHR, Colorful Waterloo scrappor, will meet n worthy opponent, to bo announced in Saturday's paper, In a six round bout. 6 _ OTHER BOUTS -- 6 Ticket Sain Monday at Boyil'H Cigar Storo LADIES 50c -- KIDS 25c

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