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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MAY 2 ·§ 1936 NINE I t! Itf A BREVITY REMAINS CHOICE IN DERBY LISTS i* * * * * * * * KENTUCKY DERBY CROWD Out of the Pressbox By Al Mitchell Question Box H ERE'S a question for the baseball experts . . . if you don't know the answer, or can't figure it out, ask any Mason City toy who heard Coach L. W. "Munn" Whtttord of Iowa State Teachers college at ' the Globe-Gazette baseball school Friday night: What is the greatest number of basehits and total bases that a team can make in TMe inning, without scoring a run? Careful, now . . . * * * Another question has been answered, since Friday . . . the secret of the 3:56 mile, run at the Emmetsburg high school track meet, is out . . . thanks to Mary Kelly. Elmer Starr's watch wasn't at fault, either . . . nor anyone else's. Since the meet was run off on Wednesday, and all the competing teams were anxious to make good showings in the Estherville invitational contests, being held Saturday ... the athletes ran only four laps. The Emmetsburg track is one-fifth of a mile around. * * * Statistics Every Mason City basketball and football fan knows what a fine athletic record the local high school am junior college have written into the books during the last two decades . .. but rd never seen any real facts and figures .on .the, subject until I happened Iff run" across some 6om- piled by J. A. "Judge" Grimsley The Mason City coach was Joking back at his personal record when he figured out these things: Coach Grimsley has been direct ing Mohawk basketball teams for 11 seasons. During that time, Ma son City high school has play.ed 269 games . . . both in scheduled am tournament competition .. . and has won 205! It's rather common knowl edge, of course, that the Mohawks have been state title contenders dur ing six seasons . . . five of them consecutive . . . and, of course, won the Iowa championship in 1935 . . as well as the runnerup honors in 1936. * * t During the 13 years that the "Judge" has coached Trojan foot liall, the junior college squads have played 103 games, winning 68 an tying 6. The Trojans have claimed four state 'championships, winning a clear title with a great 1935 team sharing honors in 1935 after one de feat, -and claiming .two other crown ... in 1925 and 3.927. * * # Odds and Ends ... ALL MY sympathies to the mem ber of the Mason City boxing com mission member . . . who, a fort night or more ago, was forced awa from his excellent first row sea because one of the American Legio preliminary boys couldn't seem find a target anywhere inside of th ring for his expectorations . . . The same boxing commissio member sat at a different side o the squared circle last Thursda night . . . and had'to scamper ou of there when the rising stor: found a weak spot in the roof an dampened the onlookers! * * * Looking around at the Cerr Gordo county baseball touraamen Friday . . . I've never known befor why Stub O'Brien of Clear Lak was called Stub . . . Ray Host, Ma son City high school pitcher, fo whose dad Stub used to play ba . . . told me how the Clear Lak guide used to stand back of th 1 plate dressed in the full equipmen 1 of 3. catcher ". . . with a ciga clenched up short in his teeth an poking through his mask. Stub la: i the stogie down when he went \ bat, however . . . maybe that ha something to do with his nick name . . . * · » The Thornton-Meservey gam was a big affair for the Zickefoos family . . . Dale coaches Meservei Harold coaches Thornton, and Wi lard is the centerfielder on the la ter team . . . "There it goes, ou to my kid brother--and the dar nut gets it!" growled Dale in th third inning, Friday . . . * * ? Leon Scholl who started in cen tcrfield for Rockwell, is a cousin Leonard Scholl, the scrappin' boxe from the neighbor town. PENN BEATS REDS. OSKALOOSA. (/TV-Penn colleg scored seven runs in the seventh i ning to whip the Centcrville juni college baseball team, 13 to 4, he Thursday. 1 ENTRIES TO GO N GIANT CLASSIC OF HORSE RACING dinner Will Earn Close to $40,000 If All Entries Accept for Run. BULLETIN LOUISVILLE, Ky. (/P!--Dnieper a n d Seventh H e a v e n w e r e scratched Saturday, reducing the Kentucky derby entries to 17. A light drizzle at Churchill Downs on the southern edge of the city and a drenching rain downtown were followed by the sun breaking through the sultry haze. DOWN THE HOMESTRETCH SAZETTE S I Mason City Bats Rattle in County Tournament By ORLO ROBERTSON Associated Press Sports Writer LOUISVILLE, Ky., (/T)--Tuned or the climax of America's greatest .orse racing spectacle but still hadow boxing with the weather, he pick of the country's 3 year olds Saturday waited the call to "boots and saddles" in the sixty-second running of the Kentucky derby. At least 15 of the 19 overnight mtries, survivors of an original ield of 102, appeared certain to ,tart, rain or shine. Post time for he race, over the traditional mile and a quarter route at Churchill Downs, was 4:40 o'clock (CST). The race itself, drawing to this blue grass -capital the greatest irong since the post-war depression, will have a gross value of $50,150 with the winner receiving $39,'35 net if all the overnight entries STICKS TO HUNCH LOUISVILLE, Ky., «P--The running of the Kentucky Derby will determine how much faith Mrs. Betty Johnson of Des Moines can place in a hunch. On the "hunch I had when I saw him run last year," Mrs. Johnston picked Coldstream to win. Up to starting time she stuck by her hunch. "He looks perfect to me," she said. She has picked 14 winners out of the last 15 derbies. Venzke Gives Up Check for Track Article A. A. U. Advises Star Runner to Return Payment. PHILADELPHIA, (/P)--If Gene Venzke didn't have his heart set on making the Olympic team, he'd have $400 for writing a magazine article, to pay off his college expenses. But the amateur athletic union said he couldn't keep the money and still be an amateur, so the University of Pennsylvania middle distance ace is turning the check back and letting the magazine use the story gratis. "Boy, I sure hated to give it back," Gene admitted. "It would have paid off my bill at the university. "But I'll abide by the AAU decision, because my amateur status means more to me than the money But that fat check certainly looked good. "The magazine will publish the story--my reactions when I bea" Glenn Cunningham in New York last winter with a new world's record for the 1,500 meters--but I won't receive any pay for it." American Boxscores accept the issue. The field is one of ie largest in recent years and is only three short of the record of 22 :hat faced the barrier in 1928 when Seigh Count won. The pageantry surrounding the classic was the most brilliant since the boom days of the last decade, some 60,000 fans, from every walk of life, were expected to pack the rambling grandstand paralleling the quarter mile stretch and wager close to $1,500,000, the largest amount in the last half dozen years. The weatherman took an important part in the pre-race arguments. He predicted typical weather with showers in the afternoon. The track dried out rapidly yesterday, but additional rain probably would make it sloppy for the big race. Brevity Remains Choice. Despite unsubstantiated rumors that all was not well with J. E. Widener's colt, Brevity remained the firm choice to give the eastern sportsman his first Derby victory. Over a fast track, the bay flash stacks up as a 7 to 5 shot but come rain and his odds lengthen with the Bomar stable's mudloving Grand Slam moving prominently into the picture. Upon the condition of the tracls also hinged the size of the starting 1 field. Banister was not expected to go if the racing strip is heavy, leaving Ben Joli the lone color bearer of E. R. Bradley's green and white silks. Forest Play, strictly a fast track horse and a stablemate of Grand Slam, Mrs. F. C. Mars' The Fighter, Mrs. P. A. E. Widener's Dneiper, one of the two geldings, and W. C. Goodloe's Seventh Heaven, which with Cold Seeker represents the fillies, also were rated doubtful starters over a muddy or sloppy track. Praying for Rain. In cont/ast several trainers were a.lmost praying for rain and plenty of it. Grand Slam and A. C. Taylor's Indian Broom, the Canadian owned sensation, move up many pounds in the mud. Morton L. Schwartz's Bold Venture made the railbirds sit up and take notice a couple of days ago when he worked six furlongs in racing, time of 1:13 1-5 in the slop. Regardless of track' conditions, "Sunny Jim" Fitzsimmons holds the hand that may be very difficult to beat. The stars of his triple entry, William Woodward's Granville and Teufcl from the Wheatlcy stable, have never raced in the mud but CHICAGO--2 AB H I'O A Kreevich cf 3 0 1 0 Slumpf It 4 1 1 1 4 0 3 0 4 1 13 2 4 3 1 3 4 2 1 7 3 0 2 1 Haas rf Bonura Ib Applinp ss I'icl 2b DyliCS 3b Lyons p 3 0 1 4 Totals 33 7 24 18 4 1 1 NXW YOKK--3 AB H PO A Rolfe 3b 4 0 (1 Johnson If 4 1 3 Selkirk rf 4 Gehris 11) 3 II Dickey c 4 1 C cf 4 3 1 Cli'n 1 -1 Lazzeri 2b 4 Crosetti ss 3 Broaca p 3 Totals 33 it 27 1 Cllicasro 011 000 000-New I'ork 120 000 OOx-- Errors, Bonura. Dickey. Krecvicil, Appllng runs batted in. Dickey, Crosetti 2. Applln Seivell: two base lilts, Johnson, Crosett Bonura. I'let. chapman: double i*.iy, Crc settl to Gehrie; left on liases, "ew Yor 7, Chicago Ii; base on balls, off Broaca 2 off Lyons I: struck out, by Bronca 4: passe ball. Sen-ell. Umpires, Hubbard, Dinnccn -- Gelsel. Time, 1:35. CLEVELAND--0 K'bockcr ss 4 1 0 4 1 3 4 1 2 4 0 3 4 110 4 1 0 Glceson rf 4 1 1 I'ytiak c 3 1 6 Harder p 2 0 0 Wincu'cr p 1 0 0 Totals Hughes 2b Averill cf Vosmik If Trosky Ib Hale :» BOSTON-- Ii AB H FO . Cooke r f 5 1 3 0 Cramer cf 5 0 2 0 Manush If 3 2 - 1 0 Foxx Ib 3 2 G 0 Wciber 3b 4 1 I 2 R. F'rell c 3 2 10 1 JleXair ss 4 1 I 3 Hcllllo 2 b 3 0 3 3 Grove p 4 1 0 0 Totals 34 10 27 a VENTURA BEATEN 33-fl AS BATTLES Thornton, Rockwell, Plymouth Stay in Tournament Games at Local Grounds. The biggest "hit-'em'-an'-run" spree that a home baseball team las put on this season kept the Mason City high school Mohawks in the running for the Cerro Gordo county title Friday, as Coach Clayton "Chick" Sutherland's team walloped Ventura high in the opening game of the tournament, 33 to 0. Mason City bats crashed out a total of 30 hits during the seven inning contest, driving in 15 runs during the third inning. Johnny Thompson, Mohawk catcher, and Jim. Mul- cah'y Mason City outfielder, had thf big- hits on the program, both driv _ balls out of the park. A pitching parade, starting with Everet Fletcher and including Eddie Jim enez and Ray Host, all right-hand ers, allowed 3 hits for the visitors Thornton Beats Mcservey. Thornton high school cracked out 12 to 2 decision over Meservey, get ting to Marvin Groen, the losers' re serve pitcher, who started the game in the early innings. Ralph "Cappy' Schmidt, raw-boned righthander held the Thornton bats fairly wel in check as_he relieved the Meservey starter. Bob Rooks, Meservey catcher was knocked unconscious by one o Carl Morris' swift sidearm deliver ies in the late innings, and had be taken off the field. Rockwell high school's young right-hander, Marvin Peterson dished up two-hit pitching as h faced Rock Falls in the third gam of the day, and was never in troubl as his team won 6 to 0. Support Earns Shutout. Neat support cut off the fev solid smashes that the Rock Fall nine could produce, and the loser failed to give Forest Jones, wh did a neat pitching job himself, th support he deserved. Swaledale high school scored runs late in the game to cut dow an early Plymouth lead, but th advantage was too big to beat, an Plymouth won the fourth game o the day by 9 to 4. The fireball pitch ing of Johnny Woodhouse stoppe Swaledale cold in the early innings while Joe Stangler's left-hande slants were no less effective. TERRY,FERRELL Cleveland »»» »»» Boston "31 020 OOx Errors, none; runs batted In. Cooke 2, Mc- Nalr 2. R. l-'crrell, Grove; two base hits, Knickerbocker. Foxx, R. Fcrrcll: three base hits, Glccson. Cooke: double play, Hale to Hushes to Trosky: left on base. Cleveland 7. Boston 8: base on balls, off Harder 2. off IVInwrarncr 1: struck out. by .Harder 1. by Winrearnrr 3. by !; hits, off Harder 8 In 3, off Winccarner 2 "' 3 Imilnss: bit by plleher. by Harder i M n n u s h l : losmc pilcher. Harder. Umpires. Johnston, Summers and Owens. Time. 1:52. they are bred for such going. Granville looks like the horse that Brevity will have to beat. The Woodward star comes from a Derby family. His sire. Gallant Fox, won in 1930. under adverse conditions. Another son of the Fox, Omaha, came through last year with the rain pelting down. If he runs true to the "Foxes. Granville may run all over the field in the stretch. He has more early foot than his sire or Omaha. Bene- fitted by No. 6 post position, Jimmy Stout should have no trouble keeping Granville out of trouble in that wild quarter mile for the first time. Brevity was not so fortunate in the draw, getting No. 14. far out or. the track where he will need all his famed early speed to keep from getting shut off. Flanking him are Grand Slam and Sangreal, the latter a speed gun from the barrier. Bold Venture breaks alongside Granville from No. 1 position. Baseball Standings NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. I'ct.! W. L. 1'c New York 8 5 .6151 Pittsburgh 6 7 St. Louis 7 It .583|Boston 6 7 .46 Chicago 8 6 .571il'hila'phla 7 10 .4 Cincinnati 8 7 ,533| Brooklyn 6 9 .4' FRIDAY RESULTS St. Louis 12: Brooklyn II. Clneinnull I: Philadelphia 3. Boston Ii; I'ittsburKli '· New York at Chicago postponed, rain. S A T U R D A Y G A M E S Boston at PillsliurKh.Nexv York at. Cliicag Brooklyn al SI. Louisll'hirphia at clnc'na Boys Have Discovered Old Robert M. Grove Is Right Maryland Vet Raps Down Opposition in 33 Frames. By SCOTTY RESTON Associated Press Sports Writer That gangling old man from Lon- coning, Md., 36 year old Robert Moses Grove, is being discovered gain. The boys are dusting off all he old superlatives for him, unused ince the last time they discovered im. They are talking about how ast he is, and how much wiser. The figures may be a little too :old to speak about Mr. Grove's wis- iom, but they're eloquent enough He has pitched 33 1-3 innings for ;he Red Sox and he has given ex- -Ctly one earned run. He has giver 11 hits in four games, all of which he won. He bea't the Cleveland In lians .Friday, giving up 7 hits walked not a single man, ancl fannei 9. 10 Blows Poor Day. While they were beating the In dians 6 to 0, the Red Sox. moveove were getting 10 hits. This was particularly poor day at bat fo the team. Starting last Tuesdaj they have hit 16, 13, IS and 10, fo an average of 14. y , so it is littl wonder that the Red. Sox are o: top of the pile. The day was one in which nearly every game was featured by a fin pitching performance. Dizzy Deai pitched three-hit ball as the Car diuals slugged out a 12 to 0 victory over the Brooklyn Dodgers; Johnnj Broaca, finishing his first game four starts, held the Chicago Whit Sox to seven hits as the Yankee won 3 to 2 and Jimmy Deshong o the Senators pitched five-hit ball a Washington walloped the Browns 17 to 1. Wayne Osborne turned in sevei innings of high class hurling as th Boston Bees defeated the Pirate 6 to 4. Wins First Start. Lee Grissom, lefthander, makin; his first start for the Reds, pitche Cincinnati to a 4 to 3 win over th Phillies. Eldon Auker of the De troit Tigers won his own ball gam when he singled in the sixth t score the winning run in a 4 to victory over the Athletics an pitched eight hit ball to boot. Dean allowed the Dodgers a Ion hit in the first inning and then se them down in order until the sixt when they succeeded in getting- an other. The Cards, however, piled u 14 hits. The Senators nicked three Brown Ditchers, Jimmy Walkup, EIo Hogsett and Mike Meola, for 1 hits. Gene Moore walloped two homer to aid the Bees' cause against th Pirates, his second belt sailing ove the left field wall. The Giants-Cubs game was raine out. ill Protects High Average, Sits on Bench to Rest Aged Knee Joints. · NEW YORK, (JP--Bill Terry, New York Giants, and Rick Ferrell, Boston Red Sox, whose teams are .opping the National and American eagues, respectively, are sitting on :op of the major league batting averages. Terry's percentage of .520 is high above Ferrell's .439, but Ferrell has lad more chances to miss than Col- jnel Bill. The youngster has been at bat 57 times, while Bill, given to sitting in the dugout in respect to a pair of aging knees, has only been up there swinging 25 times. Ferrell replaced Charley Gehring er of the Tigers at the head of thi American league list during thi week, but Charley is still in the run ner-up position, 20 points back oJ Rick with a mark of .419. THR LWADEKS. NATIONAL LEAGUE G AB R H Terry, Glanls 10 25 4 13 Moore, C.iants 13 (in 16 SB Herman. Cubs 14 fill IG 211 Lombard!, Reds 12 44 8 18 Mcdwlck, Cards 12 55 6 22 AMERICAN LEAGUE C. AB R " R. Fcrrcll, Red Sox . . 17 ri7 12 25 Gchrimrer, TIcers 14 112 18 2li Croselti. ranks 10 8 8 - 7 24 Moses, Athletics 15 07 I B 22 Moll, Browns lli 68 8 25 $9,000 RACE MONEY. DES MOINES, (/?)--More than $9,000 in purses will be offered in the four days and six nights of harness and running races at the 1936 Iowa State fair next August. National Boxscores FiiiLA'i'HiA--3 AB H I'O A Cbiozza cf 4 1 2 0 Watliins If 4 Allen rf 4 Norris ss 4 Whlt'y 3h Camilli Ib Wilson c xWalter Gomez 2b xMoore 3 II 4 2 II 0 3 0 2 1 3 0 1 4 0 2 !) 1 4 0 0 0 Bowman p 2 xxxGracc 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 Totals 34 7 24 12 CINCINNATI--t AB H I'O Cuyler c f 3 2 3 F'n'iv 2b-ss 4 1 0 Herman If 4 0 2 Lomburdl c 3 0 7 (iood'an rf 3 2 1 Handley 3 b 3 1 0 M'ltnlnn Ib 3 0 10 Myers s s 2 0 4 zChapman 1 1 0 Kn'p'rls 2b 0 0 0 C.rlssom p 3 0 1 Stine p 0 0 0 TolalS 29 7 27 1 xltatted for Gomez in ninlh. xxBattcd for Walter in ninth. xxxRalted for Bowman in ninth. /.Batted for Myers in ciRhtli. I'hllauclphia 200 000 001-Cincinnati 000 Oil) 03x--J Errors, Wilson. Bowman, Thcvcnow. Hei man; runs batted In, Allen, Norris, Wilson McQuInn, Chapman, Thevenow 2: two has hits. Chioua. Norris, Whitney. Wilson, Thevl now: slolrn bases. Allen. Cuylcr, Grissim double' plays. Watkins to Norris to Gome? Norris to Gomez to Camilli. Lombard! Myers: left on liases. rhH:i(lelnJtla 6. clrtcln nati 2: base on balls, off Bowman 1, o: Grissom 2; struck oiit. by Bowman 4. h Grissom 7: hits, off Grissom 7 In S 1-3. of Sline 0 in 2-3 Innlntjs: nlnninir pitcher, Gris snm. Umpires. I'incili. Pfirman and Ste Time. 1:54. AMERICAN LE.VlilJK \V. L. New York 11 Detroit 8 Wa'h'gton 10 I'cl.1 .70BjCIeveIand .57ItChlcaKO .55GISI. Louis 4 9 3 13 .633 .400 .308 .188 FKIDAV KESl'LTS New York 3: Chicago 2. Washington 17: St. Louis 1. Detroit 4: 1'hlladelphia 3. Boston (,: Cleveland 0. SATURDAY GAMES St. Louis at Wnsb'ioni Detroit at rhila'hla CbicaKO at "civ York! Cleveland at Boston BROOKLYN--0 Alt H I'd A Gcra'ty ss 3 0 3 4 Llnd'm cf Ilass'tt Ib 4 Bnch'r 3b 4 Phillips rf Frey 2b Taylor If Berres c Karn'w p Butcher p 0 2 1 9 1 I 4 0 3 2 0 II 3 II 1 3 0 4 2 1 II 1 0 1 Totals a3ll 3 24 12 Totals 40 14 2' ST. LOUIS--12 AB H I'O .Moore cf 5 1 3 Frlsrh 2b 4 0 2 S. M'ln 2b 0 0 0 ,1. M'ln rf 5 3 3 Mcdwl'k It 4 1 II MUc Ib 5 1 fl Gelbert 3b f 3 1 Dur'lier ss 4 4 5 Ogrod'lii c, 4 I 7 ,1. Dean p 4 1 0 AMERICAN' ASSOCIATION W. L. M. W. L. I'ct. Kan. City il 2 .SISi Ind'apolis St. ram I I 4 .733! Louisville Mlnne'twills 7 5 .r»S3 Columbus .MilWnkec 7 r, .538'Toledo FRIDAY KKSl'l.TS Indianapolis 13: Minneapolis 0. SI, Pan! 13; Columbus 5. Milwaukee 7: 1-milsvillr 4. Toledo nt Kansas City. fi .400 11 10 .37.1 4 10 ,37.", 3 8 .273 ac.crac.hty awarded er's interference. Score "by innings: Brooklyn St. Louis Summary--F.rrors. Berres. Osrodowskl: wick, ocrortowski first base on catch i Lou-Mile ' SATl R D A Y C.AMKS nt Mllw' Toledo al . Colu'bus at St. Paul:Ind'polls al Min'pulib . . . . . . . 000 OIH) 000-120 101 70x--1 GeraKhty 2. Bnlche runs batted in. Me. Durocher 3. .1. Ma tin. Mire. Gelbert. .1. Dean: two base hit .1. Marfin 2. Gflbert 2. Illlrocfler. -Mi* Moore: three base b i t , Medwlrk; homerui stolen base. .1. Martin: doiib play, Frey to GeraKhly lo Hasselt: left r bases. SI, Louis fi, Brooklyn ,1: bases t balls, off .1. Dean 1. Karnshaw 1. Kuti-hi I: struck out. by -I. Dean 7. F.arnshaw - Itnlrhrr 1: till', off Knmi-haw 11 in li I- limlllES. RMlehrr 3 In I 2-3: loslnc pitrbe Karn-ilinw. rmnlres. Itallnnfant, Reardon aad Barr. Time, 1:47. Cerro Gordo Boxscores ASON CITY--33 Al! II I'O A Th'son c 5 5 0 2 "oodw'd c 2 0 2 1 3 0 onnclly Ib 'I . llr.rt It 3 lulcnhy cf 7 runer cf II I. C'nn rf 7 . C'aa 3b 3 tcwart lib 2 \ccurs I. T'soh 2b 2 0 rl'b'Kh ss 7 4 I) 0 0 0 II 3 3 1 2 0 0 ·liulliia s ·lelclier p Imvnez p Rust n I. 8 t 1. 2 I' 3 0 II 0 0 II -I 0 II 2 0 0 1 II 1 4 II 4 3 I 1 2 I 0 I Tolnls 511 30 21 17 VENTURA--0 A B H I'O A Schmidt rf 3 0 4 0 Coylrr '.Ili-li :t 0 1 1 .MUlunM If 3 0 I) 0 I'elerson If II II II 0 toe c 2 2 Anderson ss 3 1 I) II Grell 2b Bower cf Miles ·» Klsttin I b - p H'lull |l-3b Tolnls 23 3 21 Score by I n n l i l K S : MASON CITY . . 3 11 ID 1 2 1 1 1--3:1311 ENTI;RA (i n o ooo o -- u 3 Summary: Krrors, Schmidt, Coc, Grell Kower, Hollnt*; Iwo b:tse hils. Jinicne/. - Conluniui, .1. Thompson, Wallace. Mnlcu l!»nhmii;h; three base lilts, K. I nlllalMHlKh. IS. CouUman; linmernns, Thomiison, Mllleahy: double I'lays, Aecnrs Wallace, Aeenrsi, to DIllahoUKh to Wa laee; buses on balls, off Hollatz 7, Coyier Jlmene/. 2: struck out, by Coj-ier 5, Rlstau .llmeney. 1, Host 1; hit by pitcher, Cwnnel Coyler; passed balls, Coe 2: left on base Mnson Oily 8, Vcnlnrji 2. Time. 2:04. MESEHVEY-- 2 AH II PO A Z'm'un I b 2 Hooks e 2 Morris cf II Groen n-ss 3 Sch'ilt ss-p 3 M. Pills If :l A. l"s :ib-c 2 Gnelske 2b 3 Gulh rf 3 Sprau ef-31i 2 010 1 I) U 0 3 II 0 (I 2 3 0 0 0 0 2 II 1 II I) 1 t 0 0 0 1 ) Tolals 23 5 IS 4 THOBNTO.V--12 AB H I'O 3 1 0 0 Peters e 4 M'rls 3b-|i 4 K. I'sen I b 3 1 7 Nelson s s 2 1 1 Z'k'fse cf 3 1 I \V. I'sen 2b 3 0 1 Lone If 4 1 0 I'ctiTScn rf 3 2 I ·J'c'scn p-3b 3 1 0 Totals 29 12 21 Score by innings: MESERVEY 001 001 0-- '- 5 THORNTON 3 J O 21ft X--12 12 Summary: Krrors, Schmidt 2, Grncil, ·nis, Goctske, \V. Insebretsen; two base hit I'etersen: three base bits, Groen, Nelsoi Lontf, Morris; base.s on balls, off Schmidt [iff Jacobsen 1: struck out. by Schmidt Groen 4, Jarobscn 4. Morris 4; hit by pilchc Rooks (Morris), Nelson (Schmidt!: puss Us, A. Pals 3: left on bases, Thornton 4 Mcservey 3. Time, 1:22, HOCK FALLS--0 AB H PO A D. E'nr ss 4 (I 1 II l-s p 3 II 1 5 Motland 3b 2 0 2 0 Dcdlnn c 3 1 7 1 nvn r f 2 0 0 0 Hlnr'sen If :! 0 (I 0 Weilz 2b 3 1 3 0 K. E'ar ef 3 0 0 II Wllk'on Ib 2 0 5 0 Totals 2 IS 6 ROCKWELL--li AB H I'O Ca'pbcll ss 4 3 0 Tbirlcn if Geer I b Galindo c Pel'son p Snilfh 3b Gibson 2b Fol'mo rl Scholl rf Mundt cf II II 1 K 1 11 2 0 1 1 0 2 0 I) 2 0 0 t DIAMOND BREAD'S ·QTAL TOPS FOR iOWLING LEAGUE 1 Victories Give Bakery'36 Title in Women's Circuit; Ltmdbergs Run Second. Diamond Butter Bread, champion f the Women's bowling league in lason City this season, won 61 out f 75 games to pace D. K. Lund- urg and company and Mickey douse, second and third place win- ers, according to the year's figures, 'he Lundbergs won 54 contests to ain second place, while Mickey .louse won 49 games. The league champions rolled the ligh actual pins series during the ·ear, clicking over 2,230 maples, ivhile Mickey Mouse had the best series and single game, handicap ncluded. The latter squad rolled a 2,'165 series and an 866 game. D. K. Lundberg had the best single game, actual pins, with 866. Eunice Cookman had 'the best three-game series of the season with a 521 total, while Ella Woisnak, .eague secretary, rolled a 518 for second place. Ruby Hall's 197 was the best single of the year. Allison, Van Ryn Out to Get Victoiy After Dropping Three Contests. WASHINGTON, (/TV-Whipped by their younger opponents in three previous contests this season, the veterans Wilmer Allison and Johnny van Ryn sought to ring up a triumph Saturday as they tackled Donald Budge and Gene Mako in the Chevy Chase doubles tennis championship. At Houston, Pinehurst and White Sulphur Springs tourneys, the California youngsters have beaten the veteran Davis cup team standbys. In Friday's semifinals, Budge and Mako defeated J. Gilbert Hall, East Orange, N. J., and Hal Surface, Kansas City, 6-1, 5-7, 6-2, while Allison and van Ryn won from Barney Welch and Ralph McElvenny, Washingtonians, 3-6, 6-0, 6-1. TolalS 3 1 1 0 21 Score by innings: ROCK FALLS IWlO 000 0--0 = 3 ROCKWELL 203 020 X--« I» 3*. D. Edcar 2. -Jones 1. Cumr-bell 1. Gnllnilit 1, Gibson I; two base nils. Smith. Scliftll, Campbell. Peterson; three base hits. Peterson, Galindo; liases on bulls, off Peterson 3, Jones 2: struck out. by Peterson 11. -lones 7; bit by pitcher, Folkamu (Jones); passed balls, Deelltm 2; left on buses, Rockwell 8, Rock Fails 7. Time, 1:19. PLYMOUTH--!) AB H PO A Klnney If 3 0 0 o S'r Ib-p-rf 4 3 3 2 Chchock c 3 0 111 2 .I.W'C p-lb 1 1 II 4 Helm 21) 3 2 1 2 L. W'sc ss 3 2 0 Lunde rf-p 3 Spon'm 3b 4 Reyn'ds cf 3 1 Totals S S I n J I T S SWALEDALE--J AB H PO A Tracy s s 4 1 2 2 \Vanl Ib 4 1 5 0 Lundt c 2 1 6 1 Ra'on rf-p 3 2 0 1 Otnrin If 3 Pols'fer 2b 3 Estcl 3I 3 n. Eddy cf 3 L. E'y p-rf 1 xFlnn'san 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 Totals 27 fi 21 7 Marching Bands, Herring, Queen Ask Attention With Teams at Iowa Final Meet MANSON. UP--Governor Clyde L. Herring will throw out the first ball at the state high school baseball tournament starting here May 21. The annual finals meet, held here for the fourth straight year, will continue through May 22 and 23. The games will be played on the American Legion field, but if the diamond is wet the contests will be transferred to the grass playing field at the Calhotm county fairgrounds. A marching bands contest will be staged in conjunction with the tournament. Invitations have been sent to various schools to enter the competition on Friday. Karl L. King, noted Fort Dodge band leader, and Captain Heath "of the Fort Dodge Legion drum corps, will act as judges. Another feature will be the selection of a tournament queen Friday ni;ht. Any high school in Iowa is eligible to enter a contestant. xliatted for I,. Eddy (n seventh. Score by innings: I'LV.MOITH :(!· 01)1 II--9 10 SWALKDAI.K 000 001 II--I » .Summary.--Errors. .1. \Voodhouse, Spoi licim. Reynolds. I'nlsdorfer: two base, bit VVoodhnnsc. Helm. Tracy. Rawson: three base bits. Helm, siaiiKler: bases on ball: off RinvMin 4, L. IMdy 3. Sfnnpler 1: struck out. by StnilKler .1, -I. U'oodhmisc 3. Lundi 3. L. Eddy 3. Rawson 3; bit by pitcher J. \Voodhoiisc {L. Eddy), Liimlt (Lnndc): left on bases, riyrmmth 8, swnledaic 4. rmrdrc. Stub O'Brien, clear Lake. lime, 1:30. In the Ring By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS LOUISVILLE. Ky. -- Barney Ross. 142, Chicago, world welterweight champion, knocked out Chuck Woods. 148 1 ;. Detroit (5), non-title. Sport Events May 4--Baseball: Trojans vs. Wartburg at Waverly. May 6--Baasball: Trojans vs. Emmetsburg at Masen City. May 11 -- Baseball: Mohawks vs. Sheffield at Mason City. Slay 12--Baseball: Trojans vs. Waldorf at Forest City. May 15--Softball: Entry lists due at Y. M. C. A. May 16 -- Track: District meet, Roosevelt stadium. Baseball: Mohawks at Webster City. May 23--Baseball: State high school tournament finals, Manson. June 1 -- Softball: Mason City leagues open, East park. July 1-15--Baseball: Iowa semipro- tournament Forest City. Aug. 3-8--Softball: Iowa-Southern Minnesota tournament, Roosevelt stadium. Sept. 5-7--Baseball: Iowa amateur tournament finals, Des Moines. Major Stars 1'OLO SEASON Ol'KNS AMES--Ths Iowa State college I polo quartet will open the defense of its midwest rollcsc championship in a game with tlic University of Illinois club on tlic new Cyclone fieri in Ames Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Dizzy Dean, Cards--Gave Dodgers three hits to win his third victory of year. Tommy Thevenow, Reds--Doubled in eighth to score two runs and beat "Phillies. 4-3. Gene Moore, Bees--Hit two homers to lead team to victory over Pirates. Lefty Grove. Red Sox--Won his fourth straight game, shutting out the Indians. 6-0, gave seven hits, fanned nine and walked none. Eldon Auker. Tigers--Won own ball game by singling- in winning rim over Athletics. MAN MOUNTAIN The. bisgest wrestler in the country ia only an amato-nr. He is Eddiff Howley. New Yoi k A. C., G feet t inches, 2(jj pounds

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