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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE SATURDAY, APRIL I, 1939 ARMSTRONG GETS INJURIES WITH WIN i Critics View Galento By EDDIE BRIETZ NEW YORK, (#)--One of the gifts Monty Stratton will receive on "Stratton, Day" in Chicago will be a contract to coach the White Sox .. . The football giants think they have another Bronko Nagurski in Walter Neilsen, ex-TJ. of Arizona fullback . . . One of these days the P. G. A, will get around to announcing the Ryder cup matches will be played during th last 10 days of November . . . A two year old named Praetor is getting ready to show you some speed down at Bowie ; . . It was just another day in Armstrong's life, but a pretty busy day, at that. * * * C 3 3 Ho hum, just a bum. Well, the critics agreed that as an actor Signer Galento is no worse than expected. Some comment: Post--The only thing that can help this act is the sanitation department .. . Sun--As a thespian Two-Ton Tony is best described by the word with which he refers to Louis . .. Mirror--His witticisms proved he had sliced Joe MiUer to the bone . . . Herald-Tribune--No Broadway actor's reputation is threatened World-Telegram--He boxed : one round, then had a tough time speaking into the mike . . . Reason: (The Times' Mr. Kieran admits he gave the act a -- ' - - - - " " * ' ' fell Out of breath "wide detour." Reviewers for the News and Journal^American asleep and wrote exactly nothing). From which it is reasonable to suppose that: The debut of Galento Created quite a scent-o. Â·s than sons on Maryland until he makes his peace with the racing brass hats here Duke 33, Springfield 1; Duke 26, Colby 3 ... Down there the idea seems to be offense for baseball, defense for football . . . Escobar and Morgan will draw around 525,000 for Saturday night's bantamweight title scrap in San Juan. , * * a c i ~ Today's guest star: Francis E. Stan, Washington Evening Star: "There is a suspicion around the Senators' camp that Clark Griffith was right when he said his ball club might get worse before it gets better." Â« * * ^ . i a Â· Old Grover Cleveland Alexander turns author in one of the weeklies and blasts modern day pitchers--calk 'em sissies . . . Illinois alumni here will wine and dine Coach Bob Zuppke at a big stag affair this ballyhoo hasn't done Freddy Hulchinson, the 580,000 rookie, any good, but Del Baker of the Tigers still is high on him. Â« * * o ; ,-, Â· John Young, sports editor of the Pasadena, Cal., junior college i paper, is getting a lot of publicity on the coast for suggesting the Cubs hiake a first sacker out of Dizzy Dean . . . Says Dean is a natural and if played regularly, would pack 'em in for years to come. All-Staters Pour in Shots at I. P.P. A. Cage Holiday ATLAS, QUAKER WIN 3 STRAIGHT Lamm Noses Out Gamble by One Pin to Take High Series Atlas Tires and Quaker State squads -each 'g a r n e r e d three straight games in the Standard Oil league bowling in Mason City Friday night. Atlas Tires took the high series with 1,950 points and Stanolex Fuels won the high single with 670. Gsne Lamm captured the high series with 556 points and nosed out Gamble by a lone pin. Val Apland took the nigh single with 208 points. - Players-Welsh Bblahoney . aicCreery Gamble Actual Pins Handicap . - ISO-VIS 1st 2nd Srt 137 ... 151 ... HO ... 172 100 94 133 11G 109 156 118 205 ,,. 570 522 ... C3 63 57! 16K! 63 100 Total Pins -.. 033 583 631 185i ATLAS THICK Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Tola] Av. Brans 134 1-S8 14G 4Bil IK! Bankin 138 191 141 400 Apland 139 132 283 419 Holmlund 165 111 157 4D3 Actual Pins ... 65G 642 632 1950 Players- Werner ... Sanders .. Arnold . -- Lavfim .... FOLARINK 1st 2nd 3rd .... 141 191 153 U9 118 105 133 162 1411 173 167 130. 372 437 65G Gold Team Defeats Whites 80 to 64 as Boys Total 144 Points IOWA CITY, f/P)--A brilliant array of shot makers, boys named on the Iowa Daily Press Association's all state basketball team, poured a total of 144 points through the hoop here Saturday morning as they paired oil against eacli other in a regulation basketball game. The Gold team under the direction of Coach Louis Menze of Iowa State college, won the contest from the White team under the guidance of Iowa's coach, Roliie Williams, 80 to 64. Ben Trickey of MarshalHown, who played a forward post on the Gold team copped individual scoring honors with 18 points scored on nine field goals. Russ Hirt, Iowa City, collected 16; Jim Thyne of Sac City, had 11: Myron Thomas of Geneseo. was good for 13; Lauterbach of Sac City, poured in 16 points; Van Citters of Sibley, collected 12, 'and Damen, Council Bluffs forward, was good for 10. The free throw contest was won by Melvin Wagner of Fort Madison, who connected 21 times out oÂ£ 25 attempts. The popular Thyne from Sac City also won the 50 yard dash. Time for the heat whicr lie won was :06.4, fastest of any of the four heats run olf. BROWN BUZZSAW RETAINS WELTER GROWN IN 12TH Davey Day Is Downed by Technical Kayo After Tough Battle By HARRY FERGUSON United Press Sports Editor NEW YORK, (U.PJ--Henry Armstrong, the little brosvn buzz-saw, still is welterweight champion of the world, but when they stick his left hand under the x-ray Saturday it may develop that it cost him $40,000 to beat Davey Day into a spongy mess in defense of his title. The indestructible, invincible Armstrong ran into a tartar at Madison Square Garden Friday night, and although lie won on a technical knockout in the twelfth round he got some souvenirs from Davey he is likely to carry for a couple of months. He got a gash over his left eye that required four stitches to close, and, more important, he injured his left hand in the fifth round and it may turn out to be a fracture. If so, Armstrong will have to pass up a projected bout with Ernie Roderick in London--a fight he figured would earn him 340,000. "That's All" Marks End Henry, the hammer, shooting for his 540,000 in London, threw 'em from all points of the compass Friday night and some of "em were so far south of the belt line that he lost two rounds because of foul blows.- Except for those . x fwo rounds, he led all the way. swarming on top of his man, slamming home lefts and rights to the head, and, finally, dropping Day with a right to the ribs that moved only about 14 inches. Davey went to his knees on the canvas, his head i rolled crazily and Referee Billy i Cavanaugh looked up into Arm- ' \ strong's blood-smeared face and said, "that's all." It happened after two minutes and 49 seconds of the twelfth round and it marked the sixth time in a little more than four months that Henry the hammer has successfully defended his welterweight championship. He also holds the lightweight title, but that was not at stake Friday night because Daves' came in at 136--a pound over the lightweight limit. Crammed With Courage Soy this for both the brown man and the white man--their hearts were crammed with courage and both of them kept whaling away when nerves and muscle and brain must have been crying at them to quit. Armstrong, with pain shooting all the way up to his elbow, kept throwing his left against Day's head. Davey's right Bobby Jones Searches for Lucky Green-Eyed Lizard 1 i 3Â£ 3Â£. *^ *J tjt Â« * Â« Â» . . . . .. . . ... . - ' _ . _ _ Â·* By HENRY McLEMORE United Press Sports Writer AUGUSTA, Ga., (U.R-- Masters' invitation golf notes written with a chicken drumstick on a hot buttered biscuit: Bobby Jones is looking for a lizard . . . Yes a green-eyed, long- tailed lizard of about 6 months of age. Just as he was about to stroke a 25 foot putt on the sixth hole this lizard scooted from the trap, ran up the outside of Bobby's pants leg, danced merrily for a mad second on his shirt, and hopped off ... Bobby then sank the putt for his first birdie of the day . . . "If I can find that lizard," Jones said after his round, "I promise him room and board for life, with an occasional lizard delicacy thrown in." * if. Sarazen Beats Washwoman Gene Sarazen is the only winner of the British and American open titles who ever had to sink a 15 toot putt on the final green to beat his washwoman in an exhibition match It happened at Manila on Gene's round the world tri[j in 1337 . . . On arriving in Manila he went to his rooms and gave his laundry to a fat and buxom native woman . ... An hour later he appeared on the first tee and there was the same fat and buxom woman . . . She was the Manila women's champion at the time and fired at par 72 at Gene . . . He won the match by one stroke . . . Many of the ranking golfers are wondering when (lie open championship, the No. 1 test of golf in * the world, will be played on a No. I 1 course , . . The boys don't criticize the courses chosen by the United States Golf association, but say they never are in shape .. . And no matter how good a golt course is, unless it is in first class condition, it's second rate . . . They say that asking them to play orer a course in bad condition is just like asking Willie Hoppe to try and win the billiard championship over a table spotted with eornbread crumbs, bits of chalk and Mr. Edward's green derby. Pro Uniforms Suggested Freddie Corcoran, tournament director of the Professional Golfers' association, and one of the smoothest, smartest showmen in the sports world, has come up with the idea of dressing the pros in regulation golfing outfits . . . Thinks it would add color to the game and give a lift to the players' games eoran says, "After all," Cor- 'Â·football, baseball, . Thinks every have a colorful track, tennis, and even women's lacrosse teams have standard outfits. Why not golfers?" Corcoran also regrets the scarcity of nicknames in golf player should moniker to suit his style of play. Billy Burke, first round leader of the Masters' tournament, has the smartest dog in the world . . . A combination Shetland a n d sheepdog, and named Jerry . . . He can do everything but make _ _...,, ,,. train reservations, cook up a crab I e i- v O n (lie Thames. CAMBRIDGE WINS 91ST BOAT RACE AGAINST OXFORD Winners Upset 2 to 1 Betting by Leading From Start to Finish LONDON, (U.R) -- Cambridge university won the 91st annual boat race Saturday from Oxford, the favorite, over the historic course of 4 miles, 374 ynrds from Putney Bridge to Mortlake Brcw- souffle, and sit through a, Jane Withers movie. Untied r/esj Diz Gives Brown Lowdown on Arm Actual Pins .. TO4 H3 504 STANOLKX FUELS 1st 2nd 3rd Tot.ll.Av. FJayers-- Nc-.v 133 15S 153 484 161 Tceple 123 133 150 413 13S Wcbcr 133 1CT 1C7 4GB InS Eggort 147 168 134 440 14D -Actual Pins .. 54H G70 E04 1814 Handicap 5 5 o 15 ' Total Phis 545 675 600 1820 STANOLIN1) 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. THE BOX SCORE WHITES--B4 Hirt f. Iowa Cily Thomas f. Gcnesco G 0 1 Corn\vcl] f. R o l f p G 0 2 "Uyne c. Sac Cily 5 1 i Vandcn BcrÂ£ c. Newfcirk 3 n n Strauss c . Crcston 1 0 0 }ickens p. Diagonal 1 0 0 Toopcr Â£. Mason City 0 1 0 3ctvitt p. iu.irplialltovvii o o l fenscn f. Davenport . . . 1 o 2 ~bko g. Roosevelt. C. R. . . 0 0 0 eye was gone--buried under an angry, purple swelling--but he whistled his right uppercut through in a desperate attempt to connect from his tolind side. Most of the time he missed by at least six inches and got a clubbing around the head in return which sottened him up for the kill. From the ninth round on, Armstrong never stopped moving in with his odci, crab-like footwork, bulling Davey to the ropes and hitting him with everything except the water bottle. It was Armstrong's victory, but it was Davey's crowd. There were 10,028 persons peering through the smoke and it seemed that all of them were for Davey. They booed Armstrong when he hit low, . and they cheered every blow Day Jg ft pf tp | struck even if most oÂ£ them were a n i IB powder-puff punches Elung by a man who was licked but refused Player?-- Galbrcath ... Xcvincy Peterson Burgess ..... Actual Pins Handicap .. 161 .. 131 .. 1ST .. 155 1ST 139 113 122 113 171 125 151 610 53P 59D 4 4 4 467 397 438 43? 1739 13 31 2 S G4 1 S Â£t pf tp Trickey f. Mcirslialito-.vn ..... 9 n o in 3,imon f. Council Bluffs ..... 5 1 O II :vc5 f . Diagonal . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 2 0 4 UTUtcrbach t. Sac City ...... 3 0 n 15 Van Citters c. Sibley ........ 6 0 0 12 Morris K , Rathlnm . . . . . . . . . . . . o i l l Hutchinson g. Keokufc ...... 1 n 0 2 rlcaly E . Crcston . . . . . . . . _ _ _ _ 3 0 0 6 Spencer f f . tjavcnport . . . . . . . . 1 0 0 2 Kidd g . Muscatino . . . . . . . . . . 0 0 1 0 O'Brien c, McGregor ........ 4 0 1 8 Tolal Pins ... 614 543 534 QUAKER STATE PJayors- J. Gordon J. Morris Birkhols Young Doc ,... lit 2nd 3rd Total A v. 150 139 1S2 5M 173 143 138 V 164 120 103 153 156 150 251 131 4B2 161 120 120 Actual Fins .. 631 570 615 IS46 PERFECTION' Flavors-- lat 2nd 3rd Tolal Av. Grittiln 127 159 149 435 145 Nolterecke 128 151 163 442 147 Esterftsard !2S 145 122 395 132 Payne 120 194 15 508 169 Actual Pins ... 512 649 619 BED CHO1VX J1BO Players- Pasternak . Brc\ven ....... Fiala Holland Actual Pins "Handicap ... 1st 2nd 3rd Total Av. . 12S 98 169 393 131 . 117 16j 12(1 403 134 .. 137 71 130 344 115 . 140 170 156 466 I 521) a l l 57. 11 11 11 1606 Tolal Pins 531 522 5R6 1630 Teams Listed for Lyons Bowling Meet The Des Moines team will play in the 10 o'clock bracket of the Lyons Bowling classic Saturday night Teams from Marshalltown. Waterloo. Titonka, Garner, Wesiey and Mason City will meet in the Sunday meet. round ot the bowling Totals ...................... 38 4 3 80 to admit it. DECKARD BEATS LASH IN 2 MILE Hoosier Long Distance Star Sets New Meet Record at Relays PORTLAND, Ore., (U.P.) -- The northwest acclaimed a new long distance running star Saturday, Tommy Deckard of Indiana, who i * :ubs , d "V in ;? ^_ hc ^ 936 season when LILLARD HOISTS CUB FLAG HOPE 26 Year Old Hurler Serves Notice of Going Into Big Time CHICAGO, (jp)--Robert Eugene Lillard, a third baseman turned pitcher by accident, is responsible for the latest upward surge of the Chicago Cubs' National league pennant stock. Lillard, a 26 year old righthand- er, has been pitching well in short gaps in Grapefruit competition But Friday he served notice on Manager Gabby Hartnett he was ready to "go" in the big time. A moundsman only the pasi two years. Lillard yielded the Chicago While Sox four singles a Yuma, Ariz., Friday, blankec them 2 to 0, issued no passes anc allowed none to reach first after the fifth inning. He was the first Cub hurler to go a full game. Lillard was understudying Third Baseman Stanley Hack with thi defeated his Hoosier running mate, Don Lash, in a special two mile event and set a new meet record at the annual hill relays Friday night. Deckard negotiated the distance in 9:33, 10 seconds below the old mark. Lash was a poor third in the event which was named "the Don Lash two mile race" in his honor. Dixie Garner of Washington State finished second. Glenn Cunnningham, the Kansas flyer, won the mile event named for him by setting an easy pace and keeping it. He covered the distance in 4:25.-!. a second short of his oxvn meet record. Cerro Gordo Rifle Club Heads Meet Pistol, Rifle Teams in Front at Halfway Mark of N. R. A. Event The pistol and rifle teams of the Cerro Gordo County Rifle club jre leading at the halfway mark of the annual postal meet of the National Hide association, a checkup revealed Saturday. The meet consists of a series of six matches and results of each match are sent into national headquarters. Approximately 150 teams throughout the United States are entered in the pistol event and more than ZOO teams are listed in the rifle division. The Cerro Gordo Rifle club has won three of the annual events during the past five years that the meet has been in existence. The local pistol team also is second at the halfway point of the slow fire division which includes approximately 150 teams. The Minneapolis club is leading. Members of the local pistol team includes Dudley Decker, Leo Allstot, Marcus Lundberg and Don Thimmesch. Rowing on the surrey side, the inside of the "S" shaped course, Cambridge drew away to a lead at the start and was never headed. It was leading by three quarters of a length at me ~.i mile stage, and it drew steadily ahead to win by four lengths. Was Unexpected Tiie victory was completely unexpected. Though the betting was only two to one on Oxford, experts had conceded the light Cambridge crew no chance against Oxford. Cambridge was aided by the only American in the race--Hugh Tabor, No. 5, formerly of Tabor academy, winner of the 1938 sculling championship on the Cam river and regarded as the best oarsman in either crew. Without Regular Stroke Oxford rowed without its regular stroke, who broke down in training and was replaced by J. R. Bingham, the reserve stroke. The official time was 19 minutes, 3 seconds. The record is 18:3, set by Cambridge in 1934. Oxford had won the race in 193B and 1937 after 13 straight defeats. A co.uple of fellows noted for their tie; mouths got together on the Chicago Cub bench in Los Anrelcs ; the Cubs played an exhibition game with the Pittsburgh, Pirates. The condition of Dizzy's arm still remains a mystery and lie has yet to make an appearance on the mound this season, but Of Diz assured Brown that he would be O. K. HUTCHINSON NOT READY TO GO he got his first chance to pitch. MORELAND LEADS FRENCH LICK, Ind.. (/P)_Gus Moreland of Peoria, II!., only man to crack par on the first 18 holes, led Saturday as golfers from five states went into the second round of the three day 5-1 hole annual midwest amateur tournament. WRESTLING RESULTS By United Press NEW YORK--Ernie Dusek. Omaha, threw l.en Macalu^o. Buffalo. Al Mcr- cier. E|. Louis, doivncd Ed Slranslcr While. Chicago. BALLYHOOED BOY NOT TO HIT TIME THIS YEAR Given Another Period in Minor Leagues to Develop Hurling By H. G. SALSINGER LAKELAND, Fla., (U.PJ--Freddie Hutchinson lias pitched against ooth major and minor league teams in the last two weeks and from what he's shown he'll probably need at least another year in the minor leagues before he can establish himself in the majors. Ilutcliinson had two strikes on him before he ever put on a major league uniform. He was the subject of one of the heaviest hally- lioos the ivest coast ever enraged in. He was on the spot. Hailed as a second Mathewson, the 19 year old boy from Seattle is anything but a Mathewson. If he is like any other pitcher of the past, his prototype is Sam Jones, the melancholy right hander who used to make good hitters miss, not because he had so much stuff on the ball, but because he pitched it where the hitters least liked to see it pitched. Didn't Have iNIuch Jones didn't have much stuff. His fast ball wasn't as fast as Hutchinson's, at least not in Jones' late years when he was known as one of the most cunning pitchers in the game. He had remarkable control and a wide knowledge of batting weaknesses. If Hutchinson succeeds in the major leagues, it wilt be for the same reason that Jones did. When lie controls his delivery, batters find it difficult to hit any pitch solidly because he keeps them off balance by a constant change ot pace and spot pitching. He has poise and lie's smart. He lias an analytical mind and a keen memory. Scouts who watched him in the Pacific Coast league last year reported that he didn't have a fast ball. The scouts were wrong. His fast ball is faster than the aver, age. His curve isn't much. His | change of pace is effective. Curve Will Improve His fast ball probaoiy will grow faster and he will improve his curve. Experience and practice will do that for him. After all, big Hutch has been around only one year and has a long way to go. He needs control more than the average pitcher and his control, faulty in stretches down here, will improve as he moves ahead. He has no burning fast ball for an explosive curve to get him by today and while his fast ball is good it isn't in the class of quite Cagers Finish Undefeated The Swaledale junior high basketball team finished a 13 game schedule this year without a defeat. Pictured here are the members of the victorious team. They are: Lynn Proctor, Steven Lundt, Dcl- Iiert Hard, Carroll Baker and Gerald Geeser. Paul McLauehlin is the coach. GIobe^Gazette Sports Tournament Scores IOWA DEMOLAY Basketball Tournament AT CEDAK FALLS Quarterfinals Boonc 3C. Cedar Falls 26. Iowa City ZH. Fort Codec 29. Keokuk 27. Muscatinc 26. Waterloo 37. Sioux City 21. Second Round Boone 40. Carroll IB. Cedar Falls 32. Denison 23. Fort Dodec 21. EElhcrvillc 13. Iowa City 35. Harlan 23. Keokuk 2. Maplcton 0 (forfcitl. Muscatinc 31. Monticello 15. SIOUK City 30. Red Oa!c 18, Waterloo 43, Woodward 25. FIGHT KESUI.TS By Associated Press HOLLYWOOD -- Nick (The Creek) Peters. 131, San Antonio. Tex., knocked out Gcorgic Kansford, 132. Los Angeles 121. MINNEAPOLIS -- Gunnar BarUind. 191 H. Sweden, knocked out Charles Ncavc.e. 212. Kansas City 21. a few pitcher.* and his curve is less t h a n ordinary. Hutchinson's main handicap has been superfluous praise. He was made into a giant among pitchers before he ever saw a major league team in action. The wave of advance publicity put an immense burden upon him. There is no doubt that he has been over-pressing down here, trying to make good on the claims from the west coast. He will have to be brought along slowly and gradually. If he is exposed to any extensive battering, his contidence is likely to be wrecked for some time to come. AWARD LETTERS AT EAGLE GROVE Winter Spoils Honors Presented loMatmen, Cagers, Cheerleaders E A G L E G R O V E _ A U i l e t i c awards for the winter sports were made in an assembly at Eagle Grove high school Thursday morning. Coach Lester Cottriil awarded honor "E's" to the following matmen: Capt. Roy Pixler, Capt.- Elect Bob Hudgins, Leon Martin, state champion; Bud Bernardj Murl Olson. Bob Dunkle, Russell Bernard, Kenneth Phillips, Lamar Perdicaris, Melvin Gangeslad, John Nelson and Howard Vorland. Coach Harry Green awarded letter certificates to 10 of his eager*. They are: Seniors, Captain Bob Myers, DeWayne Van Deelen Willis Folkedal, Dick Noonan and Bill Palsdofer; juniors, Bud Watkins, Buck Shaw and Bob Thompson; sophomores, John McGrath and Virgil Gray. Merle Smith and Maurice Fevold were given manager letters. The four senior cheerleaders. Joan Larson, Margaret Arne, Evelyn Collopy and Merle .Johnson also were awarded letters by Principal Roger Berry. i PASTOR WINS DESPITE PANTS --Bout Stopped Twice to Pin Up Bob's Sagging Drawers CHICAGO. (U.R)--Bob Pastor, New York heavyweight, went into the ring Friday night to oeat Maurice Strickland of New Zealand if his trunks wouldn't stay up tbat was the customer's lookout. They sagged down around his knees in the sixth round but Bob kept throwing punches. He was the least embarrassed person in the stadium as Referee Phil Collins stopped the light twice and nervously pinned them up. In another minute they were down again. Pastor reached out and hit Strickland with the right to the jaw as Collins held up the trunks. He finally discarded them between rounds and stood calmly in his cornel- until a new pair was furnished. Then he walked out and resumed pounding out a one- sided 10-round decision, retaining with ease his rating as the world No. 2 heavyweight contender. Marshall Swift Beats Hill Billy Girls 42 to 37 CHARLES CITY -- The fast Marshall Swift basketball team of Mason City easily won the feature attraction here Friday night by defeating the Ozark Mountain Hill Billy all-girls basketball stars, 4:1 to 37. Cordle, Mason City, dropped in 13 field goals to total 23 points. McCain and Daniels for the Hill Billies scored 16 and 13 points, respectively, to star for their team. The score was 10 to B for the girls at the end of the first period and in favor of Marshall Swift the rest of the way, 20 to 12, 30 to 18 HILL BU.LIES--37 |MAH.-SWrFT- Danicls / McCain f Latch c Hobbs e Darrow s fK It pf] B I z'Cordlc f 8 0 0;Carroll Â£ 1 0 2, Harrier c 2 0 l:Ed Hcrt g 1 0 i:H. Hcrt f f t pf 13 0 2 2 I 2 1 2 0 0 1 2 I 1 TOTALS 18 1 6.TOTALS 13 4 6 DiMaggio Sets Pace as Champion Yanks Defeat Tallahassee NEW ORLEANS, (U.R) _ Tile New York Yankees come here Saturday for a one-game stand against the New Orlean.s Pelicans of the Southern association. The champions murdered the Tallahassee capitols of the Georgia-Florida league 23 to 2 Friday Joe DiMaggio set the pace of a 23 hit attack with two home runs nnd a double. The Yanks go to Houston, Texas, for Sunday's game. FIGHT RESULTS By Associated Press CHICAGO--Bob Pastor. 183'Â«. Neiv York, outpointed Maurice Strickland 190'j, New Zealand UOi. l.cm Franklin ISS'j. Cleveland, outpointed Abe Simon 230. N'cw York i l O t . UCLA CONSIDERS IOWA COACHES Williams of Drake, Harrison of SUI Are on Long List DKS MOINES, W)--Two Iowa coaches--Bill Williams of Drake and Lawrence "Pops" Harrison at University of Iowa--are those under consideration for the basketball coaching position at the University of California at Los Angeles. At least GO coaches are on the list which the university athletic committee will study to find a successor to Caddy Works, resigned. The committee hasn't made a thorough survey of the applicants yet, and an appointment isn't expected until mid-April, Los Angeles sources said. Williams, who came to Drake in 1932, has developed three championship teams in a revival of. the Bulldogs' basketball prestige. He has demonstrated the faculty of taking somewhat crude material and developing smooth-performing teams that have ranked with the best in the Missouri valley. Clay Bryant to Make Spring Debut for Cubs Against Chisox PHOENIX. Ariz., Bryant, righthander, (IMS--Clay makes his spring debut for the Chicago Cubs Saturday when they take the field against the Chicago White Sox in the second game of their road exhibition scries. Ted Lyons and Jack Knott will take the mound for the Sox/Bryant will be relieved by Vance Page if he needs help. Gene Lillard. Cubs' rookie pitcher, led his team to a 2 to 0 victory over the Sox Friday at Yuma, Ariz., to even the teams' spring series at three victories each. EXPERTS LISTED IN KEG MATCHES Murgie, Vidro Are Scheduled to Play in National Meet CLEVELAND, (U.R)--A n o t h e r top-speed delegation of Keglers took their fling Saturday in the American Bowling Congress championships. Included among the veterans carded was Jimmy Murgie, of Philadelphia, who rolled up a record of three consecutive 300 Barnes in match play two years ago. . Jerry Vidro, of Grand Rapids, Mich., who won the singles title in 1934 with a 721 total, also appeared on the card. Detroit was awarded the 1940 ournament over St. Paul at the hirty-ninth annual convention of he congress Friday. Mayor Rieh- ird Reading, of Detroit, and Frank tlitzel, Detroit's A. B. C. execu- ive committeeman, helped give he motor city the show. Tommy Gibbons, former heavy- veight boxer, made an impressive and sparkling speech to the 700 delegates on behalf of St. Paul. Detroit, however, had tied up blocks of votes from the larger pin centers. Frank J. Fitzpatrick, of Oak- and, Cal., was elected president of the A. B. C. He succeeds John Davies, of Columbus, Ohio, who died two months ago.