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Tuesday, April 7, 1931
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SHREWD SELLING AND BUYING MAY SAVE MINOR LOOP President Hickey Says Hi Expects One of Best Seasons in Years. By PAUL MICKELSbN CHICAGO, April Y.'UEV-The Am erican Association, '. staggered vin 1930 along with moat of the minor circuits because of poor gate re ceipts, promises to stage in 'solid comeback during, the approaching campaign. , . . Because of weak clubs in some of its best "gate" cities, notably Milwaukee and Kansas City, the eight -..claJj class AA loop was tackled' so hard in the.vicinity of the treasury belt last year that it almost lost one or two clubs, which were abbul ready to give up. But shrewd buying, selling and building during the winter months promises to save the loop's membership, which hasn't been changed in the 29 years of its organization Almost "every club in the league reports prospects better arid fan interest keener. Thomas Jefferson Hickey, president of the league, said today he expects one of the best seasons in years, with Louisville, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Milwaukee among the favorites and the others crowding in from start to finish. MASWGiTfMEN RECEIVE PRIZES Winners at Bowling Tourney at Owatonna Get Ratings and Gash Awards.- OWATONNA, Minn., April; 7.-Mason City trundlers will receive 584.10 of the 51,522. prize money which is being distributed following the close ; of .\the . f o u r t h annual Southern Minnesota Bowling tournament, it- · was. · announced- here Tuesday by'H. H. Wagner, secretary of the Owatonna'Bowling association. · · ' · · · . The Oakland-Pontiacs finished in . fourteenth place in the team event, while Wai) and Sobieske placed sixth in two-man competition. The Duncan brothers, Barney and Bill, were tenth., . . Austin won the most prize money. :, The -truiidlerg of'· the Packer city irecelyed ?302. Owatonna placed seo- · "ond^yiffi' :-$2 31^ by- ipl!6vre'Or By- R*4" ; - Wjng/.winner- of H43.60,.Trunaiers of 18 cities shared in the prize distribution. Winners^frqm Masori City are as follows: ' ' · " " . ,. Five-Alan Event Oakland-Pontiacs, $12.50. Two-SIfln Bvent ,, . ' F. E. Wall-S. J. Sobieske, $25.00.' Barney Duncan-William -Duncan, $18.50, ' . - . · : . Paul Dobbs-T. Krumbholz, $10.00. R. Jacobs-George Squires, ?8.25. Individual 'IDvent R.'Jacobs, $3.50. F. E. Wall, $2.35. · William Duncan, $2.00. Barney Duncan, ?2.00. MAX SCHJIELING ' VISITS IN, DBS MOINES DES MOINES, April 7. (5V-Des Moines fight fans were to have the opportunity Tuesday night of watch- Ing Max Schmellng, the German heavyweight champion of the world, box three exhibition rounds against bis sparring partners. Headlining the supporting the 10 round bout between Richie Wack, Minneapolis lightweight, and Mike Dundee, Rock Island, 111., vet- jran. ' - .-.' » V . ' · ' . ' ' ' ' ' ' · ' ! ' ' " ' · '"' ' ' ' ·· ' ' : ASSbGIATIONSIGHTS COMEBACK LOBE-GAZETTE S · ' ' ·· · . i' : . " · · ' . · - ~ ' .· Nw^ MASON CIT*. IOWA, APRIL 7 IOWA STATE MAN OFFERED POST IN REORGANIZATION Director of Cyclones Says He Has Accepted No Position. SYRACUSE, .N, Y., April 7. W- Syracuse university officials have held several conferences with T. N. Metcalf, director. of athletics at Iowa State, during which Metcalt Has been offered the post of director of Orange athletics. ' The move to procure Metcalf is m line with a reorganization of the athletic department here which will substitute a director for the present system thru' which sports are supervised ,by the graduate manager and the athletic governing board made up of 'Students, trustees,' alumni and faculty representatives. SERVICE -JL %_^ .L-d/ By R. J. Scott HAS NOT ACCEPTED- | AMES, April 7. (ff--T. N. Met- calfr director of athletics at Iowa State college, who has been offered a similar position at Syracuse university, said Tuesday he had not accepted any offer that would take ilm away from Iowa State. Metcalf; came here from the University of Minnesota' seven years igo. He was head track coach at the Gopher institution. At present Metcalf is president of the association of physical directors of the United States and secretary of the Big Six..athletlc conference. , TO DISPLAY SHOTS EDDIE MORGAN TO BE CRIED OUT AT THIRD,. NEW ORLEJANS--Sddie Morgan Cleveland's star first baseman a . pear ago, is to be tried out at third in an effort to do something for the tribe's disappointing infield. * FAISTAFF PALE BEATS IOW AN AS Bdyd fowling Teani Wihi 2 Games From Sand and Gravel Five. TOESDAY'S SCHEDULE '.Oakland-Pontlacs vs. Allen Cafe oh alleys 1 and'2 at 8tl6. Champlln Befinlng company vs. Chap In O'Nsll on aUeys S and 4^at 7:45. . ' . . - . 1 The Falstaff Pale won two out of three .games frora\ .the Deckers' lowanas'in Monday night's bowling in the straightaway league at, the Boyd bowling alleys. The H. C. Boyd .bowling company won two out of three-games from the Ideal Sand and Gravel company. : Jacobs took the high single honors with 244 while F. E. Wall won the high three game^total with 625. FALSTAFF PALE Piayers-r- . 1st; 2nd '3rd Wall 198 200 227 625 Wilcox ....'..aSS 177 185. 518 Jacobs ;...:..157 244 176 577 Squires ......210 172.210 592 Sobieske ..1..18B 182 180' 551 GIANT MAY MEET SHARKEY IN RING Much Discussed Match May Take Place in June if Carnera It Cleared. · NEW YORK, April 7. UP)-- The American flays today it has learned on excellent authority that Jack Sharkey will fight 3?rimo Camera June 10 at Ebbets f i e l d , providing Camera can gain reinstatement b y t h e New York state athletic corn- mi salon. J i m m y J o h n s t o n waa named as the promoter! ; ' Such a. match has been u n d e r discussion for several weeks, despite the · apparent obstacles. Carnera IB ' BOXING Friday, April 10 ARMORY 42 -- R O U N D S -- 42 Auspices American Legion Drum Corps ' DON HAMPTON vs. fi Rounds It Is going to be a thriller! KID JOBE "TtJFFY". GORDON ANDERSON vs. STEWART fi Rounds "BATTLING" ' "KID" GROGAN vs. . LEHR 1 6 Bounds Grogan Comes Here Well ' Recommended LEONARD JOE JOHNSON vs. WALDEEN B Rounds GEORGE KREIGER vs. ·1 Rounds HOD HELD Waterloo CLARENCE BORK Grafton VS. 4 Rounds LEWIS MANEY Manly Totals '.;.;.910 97S 988 Team average 2863--954 DECKERS' IOWANAS Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Swafford .....'166 186*182 Gashe! .......159 214 166 Snook 217 146 170 MacDonold ...212 157 143 Kolb .. ...190- 184 .233 Totals .....944 887 894 2725 Teain average 2725--908 nEAL SAND GRAVEL Players^-. 1st 2nd 3rd Pusch ........173 134 176 Whalen 168 151 163 Gaylord '167 177 158 Stenner ...-.-. .161 195 .' 158 R: Johnson ...188 181 212 ; : Totals ---- ".857 848 887 2572 Team average 2572--857 H. C. BOYD BOWLING CO. \_ Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd Nemmers ....': 201 213 157 571 .-223 161 157 541 198 167. 194 559 ey ..... .....175 .155 175 505 R - .Lee ....... 215 209 183 607 Totals ....1012 905 Team average' 2783--928 866 Adams and Second St. N. W. I j crowns, JOHNNY LAYTON JOHNNYlAYTON TO APPEAR HERE Outstanding Billiard Shot to Be at Cosmopolitan Thursday. One of the outstanding billiard men of the last 20 years, Johnny Layton of Sedalia, Mo., nine .times holder of the world's three-cuahlon billiard championship and a former holder of the world's pocket billiard title, will be seen in a special exhibition at the Cosmopolitan billiard room on Thursday, April 9, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon and at 7:30 In the evening. There wi» be no admission charge. Layton has been performing as a national headllner with a cue since 1910 but it was not until 1916 that he gained his first world's title/that at pocket billiards. In 4919 he turned hls_ attention to three-cushions and shortly after that his efforts were rewarded with a .world's crown. From that time until 1928, Layton won and lost the title six times. He regained the crown in 1928 and came thru with triumphs in 1929 and 1930. Layton will meet all comors during his stay here. He will pJay games of BO points each and at the conclusion of his games he will give an exhibition of fancy shots. Previous to each game the champion will give a lecture on billiard*, which will Include the bridge, stance, stroke and the diamond system. The Improvement of the system in three-cushions has done much to popularize three-cushion ,,_,,, billiards. Layton is one of the few ·'.'""players to hold both the world's | three-cuahlon -and pocket billiard 2S63 534 539 533 512 607 483 482 502 514 591 Square Garden corporation to meet the Winner of the Schmellng-Strib- Hng: match, but B1U Duffy, American representative of Camera, and ni« manager, Leon See, contends me garden contract was broken when the Hearst milk - fund withdrew from the Schinellag-Stribllng match last week. 8 The/American says Duffy is prepared to go to court to force Carnera to fight for Johnston CLARENCE BORK TO MEET MANEY Vallie Kline to Appear in Four Round Bout on Card of April 10. Clarence Bork, Graf ton, has been signed to . meet Lewis Maney of Manly In a four round bout of the .American Legi "Rock" Wins Laurels at Notre Dame Find? Success With Gipp and Four Horsemen STORY NO. 4 Written for Central Press By W. R. WALTON One day, when the World war waa thundering to a close in Europe, Coach Knute Rockne spied an awkwar-d young kid playing with B M^*?» t £ m "» at l . hron g , SHE SOUR HORSEMEN". a coualjl AI Bork, has lociu top i oci n * for the last two months, but has been training and reports to Matchmaker Joe Kelly that he Is fit for the Manly scrapper. Maney, who showed . , o s o w e cl /5? :1 ? hls b ? ut ^^ Pete Korean of Northwood, has been working out daily with Don Hampton, local illtfstrate with. Photographs WRIGHT STUDIOS Adams and Second at. N. V . ·Pv'OTRE DAME TACKLE I MABREES AX SODTH BEND SOUTH BEND, Ind., April 7. UP) --Joseph W. Boland, St Paul, star tackle on the 1928 Notre Dame ,eleven, and Miss Margaret Limburg of Minneapolis, were to be married In the Notre Dame chapel Tuesday by the Rev. Mr. Fredrick Boland of Philadelphia, brother of the bride;groom. Boland is athletic director at St. Thomas college, St. Paul. Miss Limburg is a daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Limburg, Fargo, N. D. , W ui e £5!f f h $ who wil1 trade blows with Kid Jobe, local slugger, in a six round bout, Vallie Kline of Grafton has also been signed to appear in a four rounder. Matchmaker Kelley announced that a good opponent will for the Grafton be procured puncher. EXHIBITION BASEBALL ' By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS PHILADELPHIA -- Philadelphia (A) 3; Philadelphia (N) 2. MACON, Ga.--Brooklyn (N) 4; Hartford (E) 1. ' INDIANAPOLIS (AA) 11: Boston (A) 6. ATLANTA--Atlanta (SA) 6; St. Louis (N) 3. CHATTANOOGA --Chattanooga (SA) 3; .Washington' (A) 2. NASHVILLE--New York (A) 23; Nashville (SA) 3. , , KNOXVILLE--Chicago* (A,) 6- New York (N) 6. NEW ORLEANS--Cleveland (Aj 8; New Orleans (SA) 7. ' LOUISVILLE--Louisville (A) 3; Cincinnati (N) 1. ' KANSAS CITY--Kansas City (AA) 10; St. Louis (A) 3. , A^l 3 E Y C X T Y--Philadelphia (A) 2nd, 9; Jersey City (I) 4. AMn ~\^t --,"" ""v ^"^wcu lack of coaching he possessed the sparkle the manner of a born football play- t£' f?,? Rockne Ba w that. He put the ktj on the varsity sguad, gave ToTo cta , reful schooling and in late » 11? J het fo °tbaU world began to talk about a new gridiron star soar- Ing to zenith at Notre Dame. The Kid was George Gipp. Has Unbeaten Team. The next season Rockne had his first unbeaten eleven. Notre Dama trounced . Nebraska, Indiana, Pur- aue, Army, the Michigan Aggiefc ??. £°} 1 1? th . 8r teams ' But G 'PP was the brlgnt star; The next year, 1926, Rookne had another unbeaten team, one of his greatest. On that squad was Hunk Anderson, Johnny Mohardt, Buck Shaw, Henry Mehre, Roge Paul Castner, Chet Wynne Frank Coughlln-sJl Notre ,,,,._ immortals. But, above all, on that team was also George Gipp Gipp, tho he suffered from a throat ailment, , staixed airatast Army and Northwestern. After the close of the soason Gipp oallapsed was stricken with pneumonia and wh»; fl ookn ^ was ' at hls bedside when the end came Bates Gipp Highest. wof J" anv great players wore Notre Dame blue after Gipp's day, Rockne always thot of GI PP as the greatest. pp The next year, Rockne almost nad another unbeaten team, the irish losing only to Iowa. Nebraska njined two more spotless records for Knute in 1922 and 1923. Then came 1924 and that immortal auar- tet, the.Four Horsemen. Behind a great line, Harry Stuhl- 1TM, SIee P v Crowley, Don Miller and Elmer Laydcn smashed thru fin- IS, 0 S n and over ever y goal- line they faced to score another perfect season for Rockne The Irish schedule bristled _^ -^ " · '" ·--^ '-'ii--u«^i . EOCKKE 3H5ISTED .WASHIS (SREAJ-ESgFLJcnsi name B _of winceton, wttn the such strong teams as Army, Georgia Tech, , , orga ec, Northwestern, Wisconsin, Nebraska , f h « and Stanford, b u t that didn't stop the Horsemen, that battering, brawny line and Knute Rockne. They finished the season again unbeaten snd untied. ' FIGHT RESULTS ByTHE ASSOCIATED PRESS PHI^ELPHIA-Lew Massey, Philadelphia, outpointed Ray Miller Chicago, (10); Tommy Paul, Buffalo, outpointed Phi! Zwick,- Cleveland, (10), TORONTO-- Johnny Risko, Cleve. i -- B!1Iv Jones . p n«- adclphia, outpointed Maxle Rosenbloom, . world light heavyweight champion, (10), (non-tltle). b -- Bushv Graham. evean CLSVELAND-^Ioey Ross, New York, outpointed Ollle Bartlett, Detroi t, (6) . WICHITA, Kans.-- Arthur Dekuh New York, outpointed Babe Hunt Ponca City, Okla., (10) (newspaper decision). IOWANAS DEFEAT STANDARD OIL Lundberg Five Beats First National in Women's League. Deckers' lowanas won two games from the Standard Oil team Monday night m the women's league of bowlers at the Boyd bowling alleys. The D. K. Lundberg five won two games from the First National bank. Woisnak of the lowanas rolled 174 for a high single and 444 for a high three game total. fa Players-- 1st 2nd Rogers 137 129 Dougherty ... 65 8G Catlin ...'. 115 77 Wilhelm 123 97 Matz . 106 105 Handicap .....lie lie t. K. LUNBBEKG Players-- 1st 2nd 3rd igax . ....... 96 Ii2 M11 'er ..; ..... 107 110 Murray ....... 104 87 Hatch ...... .. S3 114: Kenner ..... ..134 107 Handicap ..... 79 79 Totals ...... 613 610 134 129 112 10-1 149 79 343 346 303 311 390 237 . 1930 FIRST NATIONAL BANK ' 3rd 124 111 73 119 116 11G 330 262 2G5 333 327 348 Totals . .GG2 610 659 1031 DECKEHS Players-- IOWANAS i s t 2nd , 3rd 142 , 123 174 _, Enckson f. Erickson Handicap .. Totals .. 100 . . 8 8 145 ..114 52 100 89 92 131 52 100 114 147 130 52 444 300 292 -.628 638 G85 1951 STANDAUD OIL W P i 1 , ayers ~ l3t 2nci 3r d Wan .. ...100 MB 150 Rouch 137 112 Freeberg 113. 90 Walters 81 77 Byars ....112 154 Handicap 07 67 Totals ,618 90 106 93 169 67 405 339 308 251 435 201 STATES! HE MUST RETIRE! FROM RING LIFE; Cancels 95 Engagements antf ! Plans to Quit Traveling for Two Months Rest. : COLUMBUS, Ohio, April 7. Up- Af tcr refereeing a bout at Wheeling ! W. 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