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SOFTBALL May 10 is deadline for entries in Mason City softball leagues; league play tentatively scheduled to begin May 21. ' BASEBALL Convith baseball club will come to Mason City for next contest of Coca-Cola Cubs. Game on Sundav list. WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 1934 200 ATHLETES TO COMPETE AT STADIUM 2t SCHOOLS WILL TRY FOR HONORS ON LOCAL TRACK District Meet Scheduled Here Saturday; Dubuque High to Defend Laurels. One of the largest interscholastic track and field meets ever to be witnessed in Iowa will be held Saturday morning and afternoon at Roosevelt stadium, when 215 athletes, representing 21 high schools, gather to participate in the district meet. Dubuque, defending champion, will be on hand to defend its laurels won in the 1933 meet, but the Mississippi Valley league school is not given much chance to repeat. Schools which have sent their entry blanks to Coach Judge Grimsley of the local school, who will have charge of tne meet, are: Hampton, Britt, Charles City, Oelwein, Garner, Algona, Conrad Consolidate, West Waterloo, Cresco, Waverly, Spirit Lake, Osage, Traer, Belmond, Forest City, East Waterloo, Clear Lake, St. Ansgar, Dubuque and Clarion, as well as Mason City.. West Waterloo Strong Contender. West Waterloo, another representative of the Mississippi Valley prep league, is sending the largest squad--22 in number. Other schools sending large squads to the track :arnival are Charles City, with 20 ^nter'ed; Clear Lake, 13; and Du- ;|£!juque and Clarion, with 12 each. ,jj$f$ Dubuque stands little chance o£ j;.|j£S.iepeating against the increased -,*JSchauer, who is entered in the field 1 "Ifevents, and Merlin Turner, distance ·[runner, seem to be the chief hopes jWf Coach Wilbur Dalzell's track fquad. !ij Charles City Entered. Other aces entered in the district Irack festival are Clyde Dobbs, lurdler, and Lee Paine, hurdler and ·field event specialist, from Charles John McGrath, sprinter, and 'oe Tallman and Leon Morris, miler id hurdler, respectively, Clarion; 'red Grawe, hurdler, and John Veires, pole vaulter, from Waverly. Cresco sends Stanley Kvam, en- ered in the field events and dis- ance runs, and Carl Tuerk, who is .Iso in the field events; East Wa- will have as its chief threats Anderson and Peters, who vill compete in the sprints and field ;vents; St. Ansgar enters the Tesch boys and Zitnak; West Waterloo [threatens Dubuque's crown with its 'large squad which includes Elmer Bratten, all state eager, who is entered in the 440 yard dash and relays. Keinfeld to Compete. George Reinfeld of Belmond, who [ was timed in :10.3, in the 100 yard (Turn to Market Page) League Results ·HILTIIU--13 A I! II PO A Kartell ( 9 6 1 2 4 Chtozzn 3b 0 3 1 3 Allen cJ 4 2 3 0 I'clrlck Ib 4 4 12 0 Sc'l'lch rt 4 2 4 0 Wilson c 4 1 3 0 Ruble If 4 2 2 u Jc!frle« 2b 4 Z 0 3 Collins p 3 1 0 1 Total s 3!) 18 21 11 NATIONAL LEAGUE New York 3; Cincinnati 7. Brooklyn 2: Pittsburgh 5. Philadelphia 13; Chicago 8. Boston 4: St. Lonls 5. WEDNESDAY GAMES hll'hia. at Pltts'sh. Boston at cin'nnatl. jJ^jSjfeSgSBr'klyn at Chicago. N. York at St. Louis. fSKSSit'-Sa AMERICAN LEAGUE Chicago 6; Washington 7. Cleveland 0; Philadelphia 2. St. Louis 3: New York S. Detroit 3: Boston 1. WEDNESDAY GA3IES Chicago at Wash'ton. Ciev'and at PhU'hia. St. Louis at N. York. Detroit at Boston. AMERICAN* ASSOCIATION TUESDAY'S RESULTS Columbus fl; Kansas City 3. Milwaukee It; Toledo 6, Only gomes scheduled. WEDNESDAY GAMES Mln'polts at Toledo. St. Paul at Col'bufi. Mll'kce at Ind'polls. K. City at Lou'vllle. Big Ten Schools Face Luther in Largest Week-End Bill NATIONAL LEAGUE BOX SCORES TUESDAY'S GAMES CHICAGO--fi AB II PO A 2 3 0 English 3b 3 0 Hack 3 b 2 0 1 W. H'an 2b 0 1 » Klein I f 3 3 1 Cuyler rt cf 4 2 u Staln'ck ef 3 0 2 F. ll'an rf 1 II 1 Jur»res ss 4 2 4 Camllll Ib 4 0 7 Hnrtnett c 2 0 3 1 I'hclps Nelson p Malone p Ward p zTate 1 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 Totals 37 10 27 17 zBattcd for Ward In ninth. Philadelphia 410 004 130--13 Clilcaso 301 000 Oil-- 0 Errors. Chlozza. Hack, Juries 2, Camllll; runs batted In, Chlozza 2. Allen 5, Ilen- drtck, Wilson, Kuble 2, Klein, Cuyler 2, Stalnback, Jtirses, Phelps; two base bits, Allen, Ilendrlck 2, Ruble, Jeffries, Klein, !"uylcr, .Jurccs; homeruns. Allen, Klein, I'helps; stolen bases. Alien, I'uyler; sacrifices, U'llson, Ruble, Jeffries. Collins 2; dou- i'o plays, stalnback to Camllll to Juices, kV. Herman to Jurces to Camllll; left on bases, Philadelphia 7, Chicago 4; base on balls, off Collins 1, Nelson 1, Ward 1; struck out. By Collins 2. Malone 2, Ward 1; PURPLE, GOPHERS FACE NORSE FOR THREE CONTESTS Crimmings Will Bear Most of Pitching Burden as Universities Play. DECORAH, May 9.--Three successive games with Big Ten schools :n the latter part of this week are Ihe heaviest bill for the Luther col- ege baseball team this season. The Norsemen take on Northwestern university at Decorah on Thursday and travel to Minneapolis to tangle with University of Minnesota batsmen Friday and Saturday. A shortage of hurlers appears to Coach Sig Reque's biggest worry at present, James Crimmings, Grafton southpaw, being the only veteran moundsman on the squad. Thus far Crimmings has started in all the Norse tilts of the season, turning in NEW YORK--3 All H PO A loe M're if 3 3 4 0 Ryan m 4 n 3 1 \Peel 1 0 0 0 Terry l b 1 0 0 1 r'lmm lb 3 0 3 II » U 0 3 1 Ott cf 4 Crltr. 2b 4 ·Vatklns rt 3 1 3 VerRCZ 3b 2 0 1 Richards c 3 Fltzs'ns p 0 1 I 0 $nwman p 2 0 1 1 xxO'Doul 1 1 0 0 Toffll.-l 31 7 24 II CINCINNATI--7 AB II PO A Adams 3b 0 1 1 1 J'n M're rf 4 1 3 0 B'fley ID :i o 6 0 Hafcy c f 2 0 2 0 Koenle BS 3 I 4 2 Lo'banll c 4 1 4 (I Met 2 b 4 2 1 1 Blakely If 4 2 R Brcnnan p 4 1 0 2 Totals 33 !)27 7 xBattcd for Ryan In ninth. xxBatted for Bowman In ninth. New York 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 -- 3 Cincinnati . , . , , , ; . . . (100 000 10x--7 Error, Ryan: runs .^tted In, Joe Moore, llyan, Crltz, Hafey, Koenls 2, Lombard!,. I'tct, Blahely, Brennan; two base hits, Ott, Watklns, Brcjinan: three base hits, ,Ioe Moore, Ott: stolen base, 1'let: sacrifices, Bottomley, Kocnle; double plays, Blakcly to Bottomley, Plet to Koenlp to Bnttomley, Koenijr (unassisted): left on base. New York 8. Cincinnati fi; base on balls, off l-'lttslnmions 1, Bowman 1, Brennan (5; struck out, by Bowman 1, Brennan 4; hits, iff Fiiisimmons 3 In 1-3, Bowman 6 in 2-3; hit by pitcher, Ily Brennan (Joe Moore); losing pitcher, Fltislmmons. Vm- plres, Pflrman, Magcrklirth and Bnrr. Time, 2:02. BROOKLYN--2 AB H I'O A Boyle rf 5 Frey 3b ss 3 0 0 Taylor cf 4 X 1 Wilson I f 4 1 2 Leslie Ib 4 0 5 C'c'ello 2b 4 2 1 Lopez c 4 2 1 1 0 Jordan ss xFrederick 0 Herrins 2 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 xiSukef'th 1 0 0 0 Sfunso p 2 1 0 0 Bucher 3b 1 0 0 1 Totals 34 8 2 4 7 P1TTSBCRGH--S AB H I'O A Jensen cf 1! 1 4 0 I.'. W'er rf 4 2 4 0 L'd'rom If 4 2 1 0 V'Klian ss 4 2 1 2 Suhr Ib 3 1 7 0 Th'now 3b 3 2 2 I Grace e 4 1 ft 0 Younc 2 b 4 0 3 2 Swift p 4 0 0 1 Totals 3 5 1 1 2 7 6 xllatted for Jordan in seventh. xxBatted for Herring In ninth. Brooklyn 020 000 000--2 Pittsburgh 00;! « 1 2 001--5 Errors, none: runs batted in, Cucclnello, Mungo, Suhr 2. Grace, Tbevenow 2; two base hits, Mungo, Vaustmn, ctieciucllo: three base 'hits. Suhr, Lindstrom: homerun, Cucclnello; stolen base, Suhr; sacrifice, Bucher; left on base, Brooklyn 8, Pittsburgh 13: base on balls, off Munico C, Herrlns I, Swift 2: struck out, by Munso 8. Herrinj: I, Swift 4: hits, off MUIIKO 10 in 6, Herring In 2: losing pllcher, Munso. Umpires Klem and Stewart. Time, 1:58. BOSTON--! AB H TO A Crh'skl ss 4 1 2 6 Moirry rf 4, 1 2 0 Berger c f 4 1 1 0 Whlfy 3b 4 2 2 2 Jordan l b 4 2 11 1 M'M'S 2b 4 1 2 fi Lee If Spohrer ( Cantw'l i Smith aWorth'n 4 0 1 0 3 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 bit. Moore 1 0 0 1 ) Totals 36 8 24 14 ST. LOUIS--5 AB II PO A Martin 3b 4 0 0 0 Roth'ck rf 4 Frisch 2b 4 Med'lck If 3 1 Collins Ib 4 2 1 0 V. Davis c 4 2 4 Orsattl c f 4 3 5 Dur'her ss Whit'ad 1 ss 2 Mooney p Halnes p 2 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 cE. Moore I 0 0 I Totals 11 aBatted for Spohrer In ninth. bBatted for Smith in ninth. cBatted for Durocher In fourth. Score by Innings: Boston .2(12 000 000--{ St. Louis 000 230 001- Summary--Errors, Spohrer, Durocher; runs batted in, Whitney, Jordan, McManus, Orsatti 2, .Mcdwlck. Collins 2; two base hits Orsattt 2. Jordan, Collins, To offer your guests beer is simple hospitality--To offer them BUDWEISER is a gracious compliment. Budweiser K I N G O F B O T T L E D B E E R Order by the Case far your Home A N H E U S E R - B U S C H ' ST. LOUIS victories and 1 defeat, Two Hurlers Work. Of the other hurlers on campus, only Norm Nilsson, corah, and Fordes Bergan, the De- Harmony, Minn., have had any experience on the hill for Luther, both iiaving: performed in relief capacities in several tilts. However, both rill likely see some service during this week's series. Eddie Albertson, Lamberton, Minn., shortstop, stepped into the lead in the race for batting- honors by boosting his mark to .480 in the Iowa State Teachers g-ame here last Saturday, while Les Ellingson, Decorah, and Augie Luther. Excelsior, OUT OF JOB LEW FONSECA Minn., continued to hit well above the ,400 mark. Look for Revenge. With one of their strongest nines in recent years, the Norsemen will be primed to gain revenge over the Gophers, who downed them twice in a two game series last year. Comparative scores indicate that the Norsemen-Gopher fracas will be a close one, because of the fact Uiat the Hawkeyes gained a split with Minnesota after losing to Carleton, which was in turn defeated by the Norsemen. The game between Northwestern and Luther will be the first played between the schools in several years and will likely draw one of the largest crowds seen here in some time, because of arrangements with the Decorah Chamber of Commerce whereby the latter will give away 7,000 tickets. Out of the Pressbox Close Battle J It looks as though a close battle Is in prospect for a couple of North Iowa representatives out of the 21 schools that expect to attend the district track meet at Mason City. Belmond and Clear Lake, North Iowa conference schools that will compete here Saturday, ran out to the finish in their conference meeting at Britt last Saturday, the Lakers finally winning by a lone point, 42'A to 41 i.i. * * * Watch Miller of Clear Lake throw the javelin. Saturday. He whipped the spear out for 168 feet, 4 inches last week, and his teammate Chizek wasn't far behind, with a cast of 162 feet, 10 inches. * * * There ought to be another battle between Harkness of Buffalo Center and Liens of Clear Lake in the ·By AJL MITCHKIX- discus throw. Harkness tossed the plate for 117 feet, 8 inches last week, on his final throw, Liens having held the lead up to that point at 115 feet, 7 inches. * * * A pair of Belmond sprinters ought to go somewhere in the short distances and the hurdles, if confer- enc6 rankings are an indication. Reinfeld and Goelz of Belmond led everyone in so often in those events at the conference meet that it got to be a habit. And 10.3 seconds is not a bad hundred for high school running. * * :;: Sissy? I'm doing some borrowing from Tom Toseloff, a Mason Cityan who is at present campus editor of The Daily lowan, student newspaper at the University of Iowa. Tom writes (Turn to Market Page) CITY BEVERAGE CO., Distributors 30Z South Monroe Ave.--Mason City LYONS BOWLING CLASSIC APRIL 28-29 -- MAY 5-6, 1934 Official Prize List Name Town Score Novotny, T. Cedar Rapids 856 2. 3. 4. '5. 6. 7. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 10. Swafford, C. B. O'Neil, F. E. Moe, L. A. Collins, C. M. Sobieske, S. J. Johnson, D. Holleque, M. Montillion, H. Lee, Harry Barker, Jess Rainwater, H. Frost, C. Shannon, Ed Best, Earl Robinson, Frank. Anderson, W. Pusch, Hans G, Briggs, J. Meade, Dr. Starry, R. Timlin, L. Whitny, C. C. Weber, William Dobbs, Paul Meaney, L. Buchholtz Duncan, John Mason City Mason City Mason City Mason City Mason City Albert Lea Austin Cedar Rapids Mason City Des Moines Des Moines Albert Lea Mason City Des Moines Mason City Des Homes Mason City Albert Lea Mason City Cedar Rapids Mankato Mason City Mason City Charles City Austin Mankato Mason City 851 821 812 798 797 794 787 786 784 783 782 tie 782 tie 781 780 778 776 775 774 767 763 762 761 760 758 752 748 tie 748 tie Prize $ 40.00 (.And Gold Medal) 25.00 18.00 15.00 12.00 10.00 8.00 S.OO 7.00 7.00 7.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 114 Entries at $2.00 $228.00 Number of Entries Received Mason City, Iowa Cedar Rapids, Iowa Des Moines, Iowa Albert Lea, Minn. Austin, Minn. Marshalltown, Iowa Mankato, Minn. Charles City, Iowa Newton, Iowa Fairmont, Minn . 58 Entries 13 Entries 11 Entries 7 Entries 7 Entries 6 Entries 6 Entries 3 Entries 2 Entries 1 Entry Total Entries 114 Entries at ?3.00--$342.00 For fowling 114 Men at $1.00 $114.00 Twenty-eight Prizes (every fourth entry) 228.00 $342.00 $342.00 "STOP YANKEES" WILL BE BATTLE CRY FOR LEAGUE Close Race May Follow for American if Others "Gang" New York. By ASSOCIATED PRESS. If seven other clubs can "gang up" to stop the Yankees, the prospects look very good for the closest American league race in many seasons. The Yankees Wednesday held a 2\'z game lead but the pack, in full cry on their trail, included five clubs hunched within the compass of a ame and a half in the standings. Washington's Senators, pursuing a four-game winning streak, took the second notch with a 7 to 6 victory over the White Sox Tuesday. Cleveland, victims of Joe Cascarella's pitching and a 2-0 defeat by the Athletics, dropped into a virtual tie for third place with the Detroit Tigers, whoo whipped Boston 5-1. The A's and the Red Sox, in turn, tied for fifth, a half game further back. Allows Trio of Hits. Cascarella turned in a "brilliant effort as he limited the Indians to 3 fruitless singles while Pinky Higgins' triple with one on and a passed ball brought two Philadelphia runs. The Tigers also got good flinging with Tommy Bridges limiting Boston to 6 blows and holding Carl Reynolds hitless for the first time this season. Washington had to come from behind after Zeke Bonura's homer with the bases full and Whitlow Wyatt, who has six decisions in 15 games Chicago has played, took the mound just in time to be charged with the loss. That defeat, incidentally, was followed a few hours later by the appointment of Jimmy Dykes to succeed Lew Fonseca as White Sox manager. Buck Newsom ruined a good pitching job by making two wild pegs past first base in the eighth inning and the Yankees rushed over six runs and beat the St. Louis Browns, 8-3, for their fifth triumph in a row. Pittsburgh in Second. The Pittsburgh Pirates advanced into second place in the National league by beating Brooklyn, 5-2, while the Cubs took a 13-6 trimming from the aroused Phillies. The Pirates won .easily behind Bill Swift, who gave only 3" hits in the last seven innings. The Phillies slammed Lynn Nelson to cover before he had retired a man and rolled up 18 hits off three Chicago pitchers to offset Chuck Klein's seventh homer. The league leading Giants also took a beating when Cincinnati ended an eight game losing streak, 7 to 3, by driving Fred Fitzsimmons to the showers and'scoring six runs in the first. St. Louis tightened its hold on fourth place by defeating the Boston Braves, 5 to 4. AMERICAN LEAGUE BOX SCORES TUESDAY'S GAMES ST. LOUIS--3 AB II PO A Cllft 3 b 0 1 2 3 Clark rf n 0 2 0 Burns I b 4 1 X 0 I'cliuer c f 4 2 0 1 Camp'll rf 3 1 0 I) Melillo 2b 4 2 fl G Gmbc c 4 0 o 0 Strnnpe ss 3 1 2 2 Ncwsom · p 3 1 0 1 Wells p 0 0 xBcjmn 0 0 0 0 Totals 33 9 24 14 NEW YORK--8 Alt H PO A Combs cl 4 3 3 Uolfe ss 4 Kutli rf 4 Byrd rf 0 GcliriK Ib 2 ch'nian If 3 Lazzcrl 3b 4 Ulckey c 4 Hcffner 2b 4 0 t i o m e z p 3 0 0 3 Totals 32 11 27 7 xBalted for Wells In ninth. St. Louis O i l 10(1 000--3 New York ..000 100 lux--8 Error. Newsorn: runs batted In, Campbell, Burns, Ncwsom, Chapman. Lafcrl'rl 3. Hcff- ner. Combs; two base hit, Mctlllo: three base hits, I'cpper; homcruns, Burns. I.iu- zerl; stolen base. Gcbrle; sacrifice, f t o l f c : double plays, Mellllo to Burns 2. Stranuc lo Mcllllo to Burns: left on base. New York H, St. Louis 8; base on balls, off Gomez 3, Ncwsom ft; struck out. by Gomez 2. Ncwsom 4; lilts, off Nun-sum 11 In 7 2-3, Wells II In 1-3: lostilK pitcher, N'cwsom. Umpires. Onus- by, llildcbrand »nd Kolls. Time, 2:13. Special Match Planned for Betsy Ross Keglers A return special match between Fort Dodge Betsy Ross bowlers and the Mason City Betsy Ross team, league champions this season, will be bowled at the Stoddard alleys Thursday night at S o'clock, it was announced Wednesday. The two teams met Sunday at Fort Dodge, where the home five won two games. Scores were S44-992-986 for Fort Dodge, and 854-771-800 for the Mason City team. Wednesday Night Is Payoff for Bowlers in Lyons Keg Event Wednesday night at 8 o'clock has been set for pay time in the Lyons Cleaners bowling classic, it was announced by Hans G. Pusch. secretary for the meeting. The prize list is published in another portion of this page. "Tom No'votny of Cedar Rapids topped the list of more than 100 bowlers who came to Mason City for the inaugural of this annual event, sponsored by Wilmer Lyons and managed by Fred Wall and himself. League Standings CLEVELAND-- (I AB II PO A Porter rf I'ytlak c Averlll cf 4 Vosmlk If 2 2 0 1 II !i 0 2 0 Trosky Ih 3 1 0 0 3 0 3 3 2 1 1 2 1 0 0 II K'k'h Knmm 3b xRlcit llurnett 3b 0 0 Moore 21) 2 0 xxHolland 1 0 Hlldeh'd p 0 0 L. Brown p 2 1. Hale 2 b 1 0 0 0 I) 1 0 0 Totals 20 3 21 rillLTHIA--2 AB H PO A H'arst'r 2b 4 0 2 7 Cramer cf 4 I 0 0 McNalr ss 3 2 0 (i FlIXX Ib 3 0 11 I Miller r f 3 1 1 0 Johnson If 3 1 3 0 HIcKlns 3b 3 1 1 I Berry c 2 0 2 0 Cas'r'lla p 3 0 1 2 Totals 28 r,:; : Kamm In eighth, or Moore In eighth. 0110 00(1 000--0 (100 0(10 20x--2 NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet.! W. L. Pet. New York 13 0 .6841 Boston 9 9 .,100 Pittsburgh 12 6 .6(171 Brooklyn ' H .383 Chicago 13 7 .6SO, I'hlla'phla 5 13 .278 St. Lonls I I S .57111 Cincinnati 4 14 . AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pct.i W. L. Tct. New York 13 5 .«2' Boston 9 9 .801) Wasn'Kton 11 8 ,Ii79iPhlll*phla 9 9 ..TOO Cleveland S 7 .5331 St. Louis 5 11 .313 Detroit !) 8 .529! Chicago 4 11 .267 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION IV. I.. Pet. I W. L. Pet. Mlnn'olU 13 » .722!Kan. Cily 9 9 .500 1-ouls'lle 10 7 .SRRiTolMlo fi 9 .471 ImVpolls fl R .R2fiMllw'kee fi 11 . Columbus 3 8 .!J3;st. Paul 5 12 .234 iBattcd fo \xBatted : Cleveland Philadelphia Errors, none; rims batted In. Hlgi;lns: three base hit, HlRr.!ns; stolen base, John: sacrifices, Pytlak, McNuir: double ilays, Warstlcr to JIcNalr, Warstler to McNair to IMIXX, Knickerbocker to Trosky, Cascarella to McNnlr to I'CIMC: left on bases. Cleveland 3, Philadelphia 5: base on balls, iff Brown 2, Cnscarella 2; struck out, by Brown 1, Cascarclla 2: hits, off Brown ft 7 Innlncs, HlldebramI 0 In 1: hit by pllrher, by Cnscarclla (Pytlak); passed ball. I'ytlak; losing pitcher. Brown. Umpires, McCowan, Owens nod Donnelly. Time, 1:30. Broadcasts of Grid Tilts to Come Up Soon Big Six Will Vote on\ Radio in Stadiums at May Session. LONCOLN, Nebr., May 9. LVi-- The policy of .the Big Six athletic onference towards radio broadcast- ng of 1934 football games will be determined by athletic directors of he schools when they hold their annual spring meeting hero May IS and 19. Planning of 1930 football schedules and basketball schedules for the 1934-35 season are other mat- .ers on the docket of the directors vhile the faculty representatives vho also will meet here may study i Kansas university suggestion for changed scholastic eligibility standards for athletes. Three groups of conference officials have meetings slated here for next week, the other group being ;rack and field coaches who will lave to make their drawings and final arrangements for the conference championships. Bath track and field and tennis championships of the conference will be determined in two-day meets May IS and 19. Tennis drawings will be made at 9 o'clock, May 18 with play starting an hour later. The University of Nebraska will 3e host Friday evening to the visiting faculty representatives, direc- :ors and coaches at a dinner and a ;olf tournament for the group will e held Saturday morning. Radio broadcasting of Big Six ames was banned last year but the directors did not decide at their meeting last December whether to continue the ban. DETROIT--3 AB II PO A While, cf 4 1 4 U Goslln rf R t 1 0 Cochrane c 4 0 4 (I Gehr'er 2b 3 2 2 fi Oreen'e lb 4 2 12 II Walker If 4 0 2 n Rotell SB 4 1 1 .1 Oiven 31) 4 1 1 2 Bridges p 4 0 C Totlll.i 3.1 II) 27 IS BOSTON--1 \B II TO A Bishop 2b 3 0 3 Werner an :! 0 1 Monmn Ib 3 1 « Cooke If 3 (I 3 Rr.yn'As cf 4 0 4 Suiters rf 4 Klnklc c 3 izFcrreli 1 7.7.7.K. J'KOn 0 Walters 3D 2 0 2 t n n (i rcnnoek p 0 II. iI'Non n 2 Clsaell 3b 2 fl 0 I Totals 32 6 2 7 I I 1 II 0 0 0 0 1 iBatteil for Wallers In so'-iitll. zzKattol f,, r Hlnklc In nlnlli. 7.i7.It:m for Ferrcll In iilnlh. 7.7j.7.Batted fur I'ennock In ninth. Detroit 111! 102 000--5 Bo«ton 000 000 100-Errors. IVerlJcr 2, Hlnklc, Walters; runs batted In, Coslln 2, White, Orecnbpr K , OH sell; two base lilts. GebrliiRer 2, Whites C«os- lln. Sollers. II. Johnson: sacrifice. While double nlayp, Owen to GehriiiKer lo Green- brrfi:, Morgan to Hlnkle to Walters to Hln- kle to Walters: left on base, Detroit H, Boston «: base (in h a l l s , - o f f Bridges 4. H. Johnson :i; struck out, by Bridges 4. II. Johnson 2; hits, off II. .Johnson 10 In 7 Innings. Pennick 0 111 2: losing pitcher, II, Johnson. Umpires, Dlnnecn and Summers. Time. 2 : 0 TM . CHICAGO-- 6 AB H : Bord'ay cf .1 I Unas r f 3 1 Sivanson If ft 2 Bonura I b o 1 ApplInK ss 5 3 Dykes 3I Hayes 20 1 1 0 Galllvun u 2 0 0 0 I'nsek c Rucl 3 0 3 0 3 II 7 0 2 I n 3 o i i 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 C 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 II 0 0 0 0 Totals 3!l 12 24 8 Tlctjc p xUlialt xxKress WASHINGTON--7 AB II I'O A Kuhel lb 3 Mj-cr 2b 3 Manush If 4 Crnnin ss 4 Schnllc cf -t Slonc rf 4 Boken 3b 2 Blucce 3li 1 Klumpp c 3 Whlte'll p 1 Russell p 1 Crowflcr p 0 1 1 '. 1 1 0 0 I 2 2 0 1 II 1 0 8 0 0 1 0 ( 0 0 0 0 Totals 31 8 27 1 xBalted for Pasek In seventh. xxl.atted for !Camsha\r In eighth. xxxllan for Kress In eighth. 7Bat(ed for Russell In slzith. Chlcaco 004 02(1 (100--r Washiiiskin 101 023 OOx--' Errors. Boken 2. Russell: runs hatted hi Cronln 3. Bonura 4. Appllng, Hayes, Myer 3 Boken; two base hits, Monush, Mypr; three base hits, Alipllnc. Russell, Stnne; homenm Bontira: sacrifices, Haas, Galllvan: double play, Kuhel (nimsslstcdl; left on base, Chl- raco 10, WasMoeton 6: base on halls, off Galllvan 3. Wyatt 1, Tlctjc I. Cmwder 2 struck out, bv Galllvan 3. Karashaw 3 Wliltehll] 1, Russell 2, Crmvilcr 3: hits, of! Galllvan 6 In S (none out In sixth), Wyal' 0 In 1-3. Earnshaw 2 In 1 2-3, Tletje 0 In 1 Whltehill 9 4 1-3, Russell 0 In 1 2-3 Cnnrder 3 In 3: bit by pitcher, by Wynti (Klunipp): wild piteh.es. Gulllnui: ballt, Russell: passed balls. Klumpp: vdnnlnK pllrher, Russell; loslne pitcher. Wyatt. Umpires, Morlttrty and Gcisel. Time, 2:16. In the Ring By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS HOUSTON. TCI.--Clyde Chnstnln, 174. Dallas, stopped Ed Dunaivny. 1BO, ( 2 ) ; Chief Parrls. 142, Oklahoma City, outpolnt- rrt Bobby Garcia, 144. Houston, ( 6 ) . EXTRAORDINARY PAINT VALUES ALL THIS WEEK MASON CITY HARDWARE CO. "OVER ON EAST STATK" DYKES GETS JOB LIFTING SOX OUT OF LOOP CELLAR Fonseca Replaced by Third Baseman as Hose Drop 11 Early Contests. CHICAGO, May 9. (.«--The task f trying to lead the Chicago White ox out of the cellar of the Amerian league belonged today to pep- ery Jimmy Dykes. As the veteran third baseman be- ame the ninth pilot of the club ince 1920. the year the "Black ox" scandal almost wrecked base- all, Lew Fonseca, the last appoin- ee of the late Charles Comiskey, ·ent out of the post. Dykes' appointment was announced ast night in Washington by J. jouis Comiskey, owner of the club, fter the Sox had suffered their bird straight loss and their eleventh eating in 15 games this season. Comiskey said waivers on Fonseca vould be asked and if no major eague club claims him, he will be :ven an unconditional release. Dykes came to Chicago from the Vthletics at the close of the 1932 eason. With Al Simmons and jeorge (Mule) Haas, he was pur- ihased for a reported price of $100,100 when Mack started to tear his cam apart. Conceded to be one of the game's best fielding third basemen. Dykes vill become the American league's ourth playing manager. As a tribute to his playing ability, the fans of the country voted Dykes as his cague's outstanding third baseman and he filled the position in the first major league all-star game against the National league last year. College Sports COLLEGE BASEBALL Illinois 7; Chicago 4. GliHfavus Adolphus 7: Augsburg 1. Wisconsin 10; Bradley Teeb .1. St. Ohtf 6: St. John's university 5. Michigan 3: .Michigan Normal 2. Indiana C; Purdue 2. COLLEGE TKNMS Iowa R: Iowa State Teachers 0. Walker Settles Account With Maxey, Wins in 10 LOS ANGELES, May 9. (#)--The boxing accounts of two docile old- ringmasters, Mickey Walker and Maxie Rosenbloom, stood balanced^ today. Walker, the elder,,won himself.;a · 10 round decision over the worlij's I light heavyweight champion last night in a non-title fight which saw half the 10,000 scats in the Olympic auditorium empty. Walker weighed 176, and Rosenbloom. 178. Neck 'N' Neck... 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