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PREP SCHOOL TEAMS AT IOWA FIELD HOUSE GROGAN TO MEET KID LEHR IN SIX ON LEGION CARD Johnson to Battle Waldeen in Six; Krieger, Bork, Nelson to Appear. "Battling" Grogan, St. Paul, was signed to trade blows with Kid Lehr of Waterloo in one of the six rounS bout's of the 42 round boxing schedule at the armory Friday, April 10. The St. Paul lightweight, a newcomer to the local ring, cornea here recommended as a crowd pleaaer. He has scored 10 knockouts In 23 bouts. Last week he knocked out "Young" Jack Hurley in one round at La Crosse, Wis. Bmmett Connolly, St...Paul, Minn., promoter, assured Matchmaker Joe Kelly thai Grogan would please Mason City boxing fans \yith his willing style of fighting. 'Lehr Has Record. Lehr, in his three bouts here with Gordon Stewart, Don Hampton and Glenn Mussleman, made a hit with North Iowa fans. He wrote Match maker Kelly that he will be here to welcome the St. Paul slugger with a shower of blows. Leonard Johnson, the bull of Win nebago county, was also signed t meet Joe Waldeen, Pairmount Minn., light heavyweight, in a six rounder. The Forest City maule won easily over Floyd Bowers o Eagle Grove in a six round bou at Forest City a few nights ago and will be in good condition when he squares off with the Falrmoun mauler. To Appear Again. Johnson has not appeared in tin local ring since he fought Clarenci Philips of Algona in a six rounde and welcomes the chance tc sho\ before Mason City fans. Joe Wai deen, the Forest City mauler's op ponent, comes to Matchmaker Kelly well recommended to give Jphnso a go of jt for six rounds. He ha engaged in .18 bouts and has neve been knocked off his feet. George Krieger, Mason City, will attempt his comeback in a four round bout against an opponent- yet to be signed. Walter Bork 'of Grafton and "Battling" Nelson of Greene will ,a!so be seen in the prelims. EoGAZETTE MASON CITY, IOWA, APRIL 4 1931 CYCLONES REVISE '31 BASEBALL SCHEDULE 'FRISCO SEALS WIN 8, LOSE Xffciiment Strengthened for Big League on West Coast. NEW YORK, April 4, (ff)--If the results of the spring exhibition games played by major league baseball clubs mean anything of importance, the San Francisco Seals have a strong argument to back up the occasional talk of forming a third big league on the Pacific coast. Playing against three strong big league organizations, the Pittsburgh Pirates, Chicago Cubs and Detroit Tigers, San Francisco has won eight games and lost but two. Atlanta has done even better, winning all of its three games against major league clubs while Indianapolis has won four out of five to equal the Seals' average. These three clubs are the only exceptions to the general rule that the majors come out ahead. Another Pacific coast league club, " Oakland, is above the .500 mark in its spring games with three victories and two defeats, but nearly all the rest are far below that mark. Record Entry List Received at Relays MINNEAPOLIS, April 4. (;Pl-University and college champions from Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin and the Dakotas were to compete Saturday night in the third annual University of Minnesota relays. A recqrd entry of 550 high school and college youths was received for the track and field events. Several W e s t e r n conference schools will be represented in four -of the leading events, the shot put, 70 yard high hurdles, the mile and a half run, and the high jump. They include Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa. EXHIBITION BASEBALL By The Associated Press. ATLANTA--Atlanta (SA) New York (A) 2. MACON, Ga.--Boston (N) Brooklyn (N) 3. P H I LAflELPHIA--Philadelphia (N) 7; Philadelphia (A) 5. BIRMINGHAM--Washington (A) 5; Birmingham (SA) 5 (tie). LITTLE ROCK--Chicago (A) 6 Little Rock (SA) 2. · C H A T T A N OOGA--Cincinnati (N) 10; Chattanooga SA) 9. OAKLAND--Oakland (PC) 6 Detroit (A) 1. SAN FRANCISCO--San Francisco (PC) 8; Pittsburgh (N) 2. LOS ANGELES--Los Angeles (PC) 9; Chicago (N) 2. The farm board la now selling a lot of wheat in Europe at the loss of a tidy sum a buahel. This ia cons'. uctlYJ statesmanship, tho some ignorant foreigners can hardly tel it from dumping.--Tho New Yorker Life of Knute Rockne By R. J. Scott HAWKEYE INDOOR EVENT ATTRACTS NUMBER SCWO CHUMS iQ TO COLLEGE "WITH" TPEK - BOTKROWED TOOK JL TRJOH IOR. BEND KNUTE ROCKNE IN CIVIES TO BECOME E.QG3CNE OF THE JOB. IN FINALS EXECUTIVES BEAT MAUREEN ORCUTT Miss Orcutt in Finals of North-South BULLETIN PINEHURST, N. Car., April 4. (/P)--Virginia Van Wie of Chicago, was one up on Maureen Orcutt of Englowocd, N. J., today n£tcr nine holes of their finalH match in the north and south women's golf tournament. PINEHURST, N. Car., April i (.T)--Virginia Von Wie of Chicago and Maureen Orcutt, Englewood, N J., were the finalists Saturday in the twenty-ninth annual north anr south women's golf tournament. A three and two victory over Jane Brooks, Nyack, N. Y., in tht semifinals gave the Chicagoan her fifth opportunity in as many years to battle either In the final or semi final round for the championship Three times she was eliminated in the last round and once in the semi finals. Mjss Orcutt twice has been th medalist but this season reached the finals for the first time. She ad vanced Friday xvith a four and twc victory over Mrs. O. S. Hill of Kan sns City, veteran llnkswoman. POSTPONE IOWA- LUTHER BASEBALL GAME IOWA CITY, April 4. UV]--The opening baseball game of the sea son between the University of Iowa and Luther college scheduled for to day has been postponed until Mon day because of the soggy condition of the diamond here. The Norsemen will also play a Fowa City Tuesday with the Hawk eyes going to Decorah for a two game series, Friday and Saturday. )fficiaU Season Closes for Meat Packers With Bowling Upset. The official plant bowling sea- on at Jacob E. Decker and Sons was closed with a special match etween the Superintendent's Of- ice team, champions of the Decker ilant, and the executives of the ilant. The climax to a successful ind interesting bowling season was vltnessed by a large crowd of rooters. Altho the plant heads were the underdogs, .they came thru with a smashing finish to outscore the champions in the last two games. Led by Fred Dufficld and George larrer, who was participating In a jowlimj match for the first tim since 1912, the Executives decjsive- y defeated the champions. Jay K. Decker, as anchor, man of the winning crc\v, showed good form in defeating his opponent Chuck Kaufman in two out of three games dur- ng the series. Mayor E. S. Selby also more than held his own in the defeat of the superintendent's of:ice. For the defeated champions, Joe Meaney and Charles Kaufman were the mainstays. SUPERINTENDENTS Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Meany 151 186 180 517 D. Decker 141 185' 137 463 !. Decker 172 141 125 438 :. Thomas ...135 160 158 453 . Kaufmann .178 172 153 503 Totals ..777 844 753 2374 EXECUTIVES Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd . Harrer 144 199 173 . Selby 110 155 133 . Gates 138 170 161 . Duffield .. .169 188 179 J. E. Decker ..136 175 173 516 407 469 538 484 Totals 706 887 810 2412 LEADS TOURNEY Palace Recreations Takes First Position in Buffalo Meet. BUFFALO, N. Y., April 4. (.-P)-Sixty four of the country's leading teams were scheduled to take the drives Saturday night in the American Bowling congress tournament Four of Chicago's best bowlers Journals, Kankakee Steamers, Babj Ruths and Quaker Oats are cardec along with Wooster Lamberts of St. Louis, rated one of the besl teams of that city and crack ng gregations from Cleveland, Mllwau kee nnd Dayton. Palace Recreations of Detroit las night scrambled to the top of thi five man standings with a total o 2982. This places them 18 pins ahead of the Michigan Recreations. The leaders: Five Man--Palace Recreations Detroit, 2962; Michigan Recreations Detroit, 2914, Doubles -- Referty-Reilly, Phila delphia, 1310; Kemper-Schonaker Indianapolis, 1287. Singles--Walter Clack, Erie, 712 C. Daw, Milwaukee,- 711. All events--M. Mauser, Youngs town, 1966; J. Young, Minneapolis 1921. Of course a man who sec^a littl dispatch from somewhere whicl says there are only six women ban! presidents in this country doesn' have to go and say that most o them would make grand tellers, tho --Boston Herald. Borrows $45 and Goes to Notre Dame Takes Up Study of Science; Tries Football By W. 1£. WALTON. Written for Central Press. Rockne, like all red-blooded Am- rican boys, had his athletic heroes. A thoro-going Chicagoan, his Baseball Idols included Frank Chance, the "Peerless Leader" of .he Chicago Cubs; Big Ed Walsh, then the Chicago White Sox star Jitcher, but, probably most of all, iValter Eckersall, the famous "Eckie" who sprang from Chicago high school football stardom to brilliance on the Big Ten gridiron. Lilted "Eckie." The quick-witted, nimble play of the famous University of Chicago quarterback stirred the admiration of the youthful Knute. Here was genius, brain triumphing over brawn. Being physically small himself, Rockne was thrilled watching Eck;e outsmart the brawny boys of opposing elevens. Football .must be a ;ame for smart fellows as well as oeefy ones, Knute figured. Came Rockne's late teens and a decision to obtain a college education. He rather leaned toward the University of Illinois, the big state school down in Champagne. But Lwo of Rock's friends were planning to go to the University of Notre Dame, a small school somewhere in Indiana. They wanted Knute to go along. Rockne Makes Decision. It was a hard decision for Rockne to make. Most boys would have ·one on to the big- school. But not Rockne. Friends were friends, and he decided to stick with his pals. He borrowed 545 and took the train for South Bend. At Notre Dame Rockne plunged into -the study of chemistry. It was his ambition to become proficient in this science and he determined to know all there was about it. Tho he had to work his way thru school, Rock found time for athletics. He came out for football. CHAPIN O'NEIL 5 UPSETS LEADERS Games Leave Three Teams in Tie for Second Place in Straightaway. The Chapln O'Nell coal company upset the Straightaway league leaders by taking three games straight from the H. C. Boyd bowling company in Friday night's bowling at the Boyd Bowling alleys. The Oaklond-Pontiacs went into a three-cornered tie with the Ideal Sand and Gravel company and the H. C. Boyd Bowling company for second position when the five defeated the fast Deckers' lowanas earn in three games. Tho Falstaff five is in.the lead by the margin of one game. All teams are closely bunched in ;he race wth but four games dif- dcference between the top and bot- :om. Because of the start of the tournament April 10, there will be no open date the coming week. No ;ames will be bowled in the league the following week of the tournament. The five teams of the Deckers packing plant will open the tournament. A special match was scheduled between the Hormel five ant the Deckers' lowanas Saturdaj night. OAKLAND-PONTIACS B. Duncan 190-182 178 550 Eauctalre 175 2(16 181 56f W . D u n c a n 171 17S 205 55-1 T . D u n c a n 1G7 1H2 197 55fi F . D u n c a n 212 179 214 605 Totals 915 937 978 2830 DECKERS' IOWANAS Swafford 16!) 200 208 577 ashel 146 185 179 511 Snoolc 175 153 ISO 508 MacDonald 197 167 162 52P Kolb 190 149 174 51? Totals 877 854 9032634 STANDARD OIL LEAGUE PERFECTION Mooreland 176 160 172 Holland 1M 166 180 Hardin 138 122 133 J. F. Williams .. 83 Welsh 124 112 Kern 172 143 183 508 430 393 319 508 Totals 713 715 7902218 ISO-VIS Neu 173 149 197 519 Swenaon SB 128-168 378 Payne 154 177 167 408 Adcock 143 157 122 422 Axell 237 215 197 649 Totals 793 824 849 2466 RED CROWN ETHYL Malloy m 99 128 3E Youngerman ...163 142 123 428 Ferguson 125 142 151 418 Know 144 139 135 418 Galbraith 142 131 176 449 Totals 708 653 7132072 ATLAS TIRES Otto 145 115 D. L. Williams .148 164 Notteruke 133 113 Anderson 124 131 Stilwell 138 145 162 165. 162 156 180 42: 477 408 411 461 Totals 68G 668 8252179 II. C. BOYD HOWLING CO. 51 ·J.'i? 503 503 00' Nemmers 203 157 157 Runtou 135 144 158 Adams 149 171 183 Bey 162 177 164 Barber 214 201 192 Totals 803 850 8542567 CIIAPIN O'NEIL COAL Abbott 204 363 192 Brakcl 215 158 208 Paulson 147 152 192 O'Neil ..179 204 180 Schrader 158 202 132 Totals 903 879 902 2684 551 57! 1 5G: 4S2 B O W L I N G I.EAOIJB April (i, 7, ! iinrl in. Monday: Alleys I nnd Z (it 7:15--FaUtaf I'nlp \'«. Perkcrs' Itnvnnim. Alleys 3 and 4 nl 1 Mfi--H. C. 1\ny KmvllnB rompnny vs. Ideal Hnnd. aril Grave company. TucMlitr: Allrjn 1 unit 2 nl 8:111--Onk Ijind-I'rtntlnrs vs. Allen t'ntp. Allrys X and -1 nl 7 Mil--ChnmpUit Refill InR company \«. Clinnln O'.Vril Cnnl. \Vrdncsrtny: Allrj-H *1 nml 2 nt T-AK--J ; n t n f f I'nln vs. Idnal Snntl nnd GnivtM. Allcyn 3 nnd 4 nl 8:1«--Allen Cafe II. O. Jlnyd nn\vlln£ tunirinny. Tlinndtiy: Alleys I nnrt Z nt 7:4T--Onk htnI-]'nnllnc!i v«. Oh up In O'Xell cnmpnny. Alloys 3 nnrt 4 fit T.IK--Tlrrknrs' lou'unnH vs. Chnmplln Re fin In e rompnny. WOMBX'S HOWM.NO SCIIKIIITLK Monday; AHrj-R ft nnd fi nt fl--Deck- em' Intvnrm VB. Stnniljircl OH rlnipnny. AlJpyn 1 nncl 8--1. If. X,n nil U ore's v«. F/rxt -N'uCi.mnf bank. PINKIE GEORGE SCHEDULES CARD AT MARSHALLTOWN MARSHALLTOWN, April 4.--A double wlndup featuring two eight round main bouts Is the attraction on the next boxing show presented here Friday, April 10, by Matchmaker Pinkie George of the American Legion. In one of the eights, Walley Walker of Detroit is scheduled with Ernie North of Waterloo in a lightweight bout while "Will Bill" Gerder Is paired with Ernie Barker, a local r.ist rising puncher, in the other eight. SEEKS LAURELS GEOUGE VOIGT George Voigt Rated as '31 Golf Threat PINEHURST, N. Car., April 4 UP)--Eugene Homans, who traile only Bobby Jones in the nationa amateur at Mcrion Inst year, se lects George Volgt and Clmrli Seavers as the real threats for th 1931 crown. Homans, Englewood's bespec tacled amateur, is here to defen his north and south diadem, won li 1930. Rates Vnigt ns Best. "Seavers and Voigt ought to win, he said. "Voigt is one oE the best i the. country and is playing fin now, while Seavers is a wonderfu prospect." Phil Perkins,'the former Britis king, who has played great golf i Florida during the winter, is an other who drew praise from th country's ranking; amateur, no 1 that Jones hns retired. · Names Prospects. Homans named George Dunlo] the intercollegiate tltleholder; Do Moe, Dr. O. F. Willing, Harriso Johnston, and Maurice McCarth as next best In line. Gene will face a fast field In th twenty-ninth annual north an south men's amateur tournamcn starling Monday. DRAKE FAILS TO HAVE A TEAM IN FIELD THIS YEAR Swaledale Star Works Out at Second Base for Aggies. AMES, April 4. (.T)--After arranging a complete baseball schedule, Iowa State college athletic officials today faced the task of revising it because of the fact that Drake university will have no team this spring. The Cyclones had arranged four games with Drake, two with each of the Big Six teams and a 1 contest with Baker college at Baldwin, Cans. No arrangements have yet een made for games to substitute or the Drake dates. Team Lists Vets. A veteran hurling staff, three vet- ran infielders and one o£ last year's egular outfielders are working out aily under Coach Louis Menze. C. Gustafson or Rice Lake, Wis., i. Thrift of Onawa, F. Loufek i£ ledar Rapids and H. Coons of Ames re the hurling prospects. All arc ight handers. \Vhile none o£ the lackstop candidates have seen reg- ilnr service previously, Coach .lenze hopes to find a capable pei-- ormer from a group which included dax Rieke o£ Blntrstown, basket- jail star; P. Burrell of Urbana, M. Matlock of Yoi-kville, 111., and W. Delnney of Jefferson. Al Heitman-of Keystone, another member of the cage team, can cither fill in at first base or pitcb. J. Shea, sophomore from Cherokee, K his understudy at the first base job. Swnlcdulu Hoy Phiys. Captain Gilbert Huntbach of Swaledale has been performing consistently around second base with Dick Wilcox of Stratford, a letterman, working at third. The shortstop position is being filled in practice by R. Bowen of Burlington, a star on last year's freshman squad. R. Johnson of Scranton, a reserve last year, can be used at either third or short. Ken Wells of Lake View, a regular member of last year's outfield, is assured of one of the garden posts. Other candidates are Culver of Yale, Swenson of Ames, and Bergman of Madison, Miss. Finals Set for Evening in New High School Classic. IOWA CITY, April 4. UP--Representatives of 02 Iowa high schools were here Saturday to compete In. the annual interscholastic track ana field meet at the University of Iowa field house. Trimming down the field oE 458 athletes that hud entered the events occupied this afternoon's preliminary program and the finals werb slated to start at 7:30 Saturday night. Preliminaries were to be held in the high and board jumps, the 60- yard dash, both hurdle events, the shot put and the pole vault. The list of entries was: Burlington, Grant and Washington high schools of Cedar Rapids; Cherokee, Clinton, Coggon, Cresco, Davenport, Dubuque, East and North hlghg o£ Des Moines, Eagle Grove, Bldora Boys Training school at Eldora, Emmetsburg, Fairfield, Fort Dodge, Fort Madison, Greenfield, Grinnell, Hawnrden, University high of Iowa City, Independence, Iowa Falls, Ka- lonn, Keokuk, Kcosauqua, Keota, Lyons, Manchester, Marshalltown, Mason City, Medtapolis, Merrill, Musqatine, Nashua, Newton. North English, Orient, Osccola, Oskalooao, Otttimwa, Perry, Pocahontas, Stau- woud, Stuart, Springville, Tlpton, Tt'iier, Wnpello, Washington and Winfield. HATE MEET KEl) SOX IJEPENDAHLES GO TO SEE "DOC" DItUKY INDIANAPOLIS--Three of the Red Sox clcnenclnblcs have gone to Columbus to see Dr. Robert Drury. Hal Rhyne went to have his check bone and jaw examined, Gene Rye to have his broken hand observed, and Ed Morris to have the lameness worked out of him. Dr. Drury, besides being n medico, is one of the owners of the Sox. INDIANAPOLIS, April 4. . Spurred to action by reports of alleged immorality among high school students attending finals of the Indiana Interstate interscholastic basketball tournament, the state board of education will make an Investigation to determine whether the tourney should be abolished. A move seeking elimination of the tournament was started Friday at the board's meeting by William. A. Wirt, superintendent of Gary schools. The board, however, ap- orovcd a suggestion that a committee be appointed to look Into the situation and report its findings. FOUEST CITY UIFLE CLUB LEADS STANDINGS -,-.n FOREST CITY, April 4.--Mem- tiers of the Forest City Rifle club, acocrding to the American Rifleman, a magazine devoted to the interests of the national club, are leading the list in the natlonul competition. The local club has a total of 33 points an far this season. The rifle club at Clmnute, Kansas is second with 11 points. Tlie Forest City club IK planning for an outdoor shoot soon. Lyle Morford, Clarion, represcnt- collcge in the National Cornell A. U. IOWA HURDLERS DRILL FOR RELAY IOWA CITY, April 4.--A championship In the 480-yard high hurdles .shuttle relay IB the objective of University of Iowa athletes who now are drilling for the Drake relays race of April 25. The Hawkeye hurdlers placed in the runner-up position in the 320- yard event at the Illinois indoor games, cracking the record held by the 1930 Iowa team but losing by a yard to Nebraska. Aces of the squad appear to be LaRue Thurston. and Everett nan- dor/, with Edward Gordon, the champion broad jumper, James Wilier ,iind Hughes Bryant also seeking team positions. championship wrestling meet at Browns in c 1 d, Provi- Icnce, R. I., this year. Wrestling n the 126 pound c l a s s in the semifinals, h e won from Klein ·f Harvard, a New England in- terco 11 c g I a t e c h a m p i o n. Pcarce nf Okla- MORFORD honia won a decision over Morford in the final in an overtime period. Morford was graduated from the Clarion high school in 1027. For the three years he worked under "Andy" Anderson, present wrestling coach at Clarion. For three times he has been runnerup in the national A. A. U. meets and Is holder of three first places in the Mid-West championships. "Ono of tlio greatest coaches in llm business? Why Hint m:m Kucluin wns tlio ^rentest concll in tin; world, (inrring non%" declared Jack Iligley of Km- mcrshurg, former coach of St. Mary's. "I don't t h i n k there Is anyonn MR ciniuRli to fill his Hhoiis," Mr. Hljrley went to the Notro Dame's «i/,nrd's school In 10:37. * * * OLSON'S TERRIBLE SWEDES OF HUMAN.SVILLE, MO., DEFEATED TUB STEVEN STEPPERS OF OSKALOOSA ··! TO 2G. * * * Letters in basketball were awarded to ten men of the Luther college squad for the season's work. The men honored were: Captain Olaf Knas.i, Irvin Hnldorson, F.verett Ritlund, Lester Shtiflaml, .lulinn Halverson, Gilmcr Aasr. F.lmer .Tohnnon, Eldo Bunge, Knute Belgum and Clifford Hanson. STREET AND COMPANY TO JOURNEY HOME. BRADENTON, Fla. -- The St. Louis Cardinals packed up Saturday to start their homeward journey. Manager Gabby Street was happy over the condition of his National league champions. PECKINl'AUGH WORRIED WITH HIS INDIANS. NEW ORLEANS--With the sen. son opener only a little more than, a week away, Manager Roger Pcck- Inpiuigh i s far from satisfied with the condition of the Cleveland Indians. The tribe has been especially deficient in batting. UNCLE KOnniE~i'U/ZLEI) WITH HIS WHITTLING. MACON, Ga.--There still are 31 players, including 12 pitchers, eight outfielders and eight Infielders, on the Brooklyn roster, and Uncle Robbie is having n. tough time trying- to figure how to whittle It down. Friday, April 10 ARMORY 42 -- R O U N D S -- 42 Auspices American Legion JOriiiu Corns "ON KID HAMl'TON vs. JOBE R Rounds It is goiiiff to he a thriller! "TOFFY" GORDON ANDERSON vs. STEWART fi Rounds / "ISATTLlXfi" "KID" GROGAN vs. LEHR ! Rounds Groffan Comes Hero Well Recommrnilexl LEONARD JOHNSON K JOE vs. WALDEEN Rounds GEORGE KREIGER OPPONENT UNSIGNED 4 -- OTHER BOUTS -- 4 Ticket. Saltt Starts Monday at Boyil's Cigar Store, Phono 499. LADIES 50c -- KIDS 25c

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