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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, M A Y 5 M 1 9 3 6 NINE TROJANS HAMMER WARTBURG FORM WIN Out of the Pressbox By AI Mitchell Fightiri Man O NE OF the ring marvels of the age will be trotted out again the night of May 8 when Tony Canzoneri steps out of his corner meet Jimmy McLamin. to GAZETTE RTS Last Winter's Trades Fail to Blossom in Spring Play I can remember reading four times in the last eight years that Tony Canzoneri was washed up. Smart fight managers finally ticketed him for certain oblivion in February last year when he lost a 10- round decision in Detroit to Chuck Woods, an earnest young Michigan mitt slinger. * * * Yet here he is again, nearly a year and a half after that setback, ready to walk out and match punches with a fellow who has probably the most powerful wallop, for his weight, in the business. Furthermore, since losing that nod to Woods, Canzoneri, 30 years old, has been battling an average of once every six weeks 'A -without being defeated. Twice in the last year he has defended his championship against the men "named "logical contenders," Lou Ambers and Al Roth, and is getting ready to defend it against Ambers again this summer. * # * In meeting McLarnin, Tony is giving- away 10 pounds in weight, as Jim probably will weight 146. r. t * The name of the little New Orleans Italian, who started fighting away back there in 1925 when Calvin Coolidge was president, has to be placed in the books alongside that of Joe Cans and Benny Leonard. He is the most active champion the ring has seen in a decade, except possibly Freddie Miller, the featherweight king. * * * · Six yars ago Canzoneri knocked out Al Singer in a round to win the lightweight title. Three years a"o Tony lost the title to Barney Ross. His failure to beat Ross in a return bout did not stop him. He kept right on fighting the Klicks, Locatellis and Dublinskys as fast as they came along and making them like it, too. ACES FLOP WHEN CASTOFFS SCRAP TO STARS' SPOTS Parmelee Handcuffs Giants as Terry Makes Wisecrack;" Simmons Hits .264. By SCOTTY KESTON Associated Press Sports Writer. NEW YORK, UP)--Baseball being an unpredictable game and ball players a daffy lot, the trades and purchases made eo hopefully' last winter look strangely .different around the fourth of May. · Since misfortune starts and ends in Flatbush, you might first consid- ed the case of the Brooklyn Dodgers. They traded Al Lopez, Ray Benge, Al Cuccinello, and Bob Reis to the Boston Bees for Ed Brandt American Boxscores Monday's Games CLEVELAIS'1)'--6 AB H I'O A K'bockcr us 5 1 1 3 Gleesun rf 4 1 1 0 Hale 3b 5 1 4 Z Avtrlli c f 3 3 1 0 Gnlntzcr cf 1 8 0 0 0 Irusky Ib Vosmlk If HlIEtiro 2b 11 2 3 3 Sullivan c 6 3 7 2 I, Brown p 3 1 0 3 Totals 40 13 2?12 WASHINGTON--3 AB H I'O A Hill I f 5 3 0 0 Lewis 3b IS 3 3 1 Mj'cr 2b 3 0 4 6 Travis » 4 1 1 IS Reynolds rf 3 3 0 0 Powell cf 3 0 4 Kuhel Ib 4 2 12 0 UoHnn c 4 0 3 1 Applfton p 3 0 0 2 zEstalcIlu 1 1 0 0 Totals 35 10 27 15 and Randy Moore. Tuesday, Ray Bengc had won zBatfcd for Appleton In ninth. Cleveland Wo 001 212--0 Waililngton 010 000 003--3 Krror, Travis; runs butted In, Bulton, Av- crlll, Sullivan 2, Brown, Hughes 2, Hill, Two years ago when Ross retired s 3 lightweight champion because of inability to make the weight, Tony stepped back into office. The New York boxing commission decided the title should go to the winner of the Canzoneri-Ambers bout last year. Ambers had been coming along swiftly, and was regarded as almost a einch against the apparently fading Tony. * « * But Canzoneri crossed up the sharpshooters once more by tying Ambers into bow knots. And since beating Ambers he has won from Frankie Klick twice, Bobby Pacbo, Joe Ghnouly and Al Roth. During the last seven weeks, keeping m condition by fighting at the smaller New York fight clubs, Tony has knocked out Billy Hogan, Toots Barbara, Brescia Garcia and Steve Halaiko. * * * McLarnin has been showing much of his old form in workouts. The Irishman is getting along in years, too. He will be 30 next December, but he doesn't look upon the Canzoneri engagement as "the Kid's last fight." Another' battle with Ross, to whom he lost the welterweight title last May, is uppermost in his mind. McLarnin wants vindication. He points out that he has boxed 45 rounds with the Chicago champion without taking a decisive beating and he feels he can repeat four games and lost none, Al Lopez was playing his usual good game back of the bat even if he was hitting only .233, Cuccinello was hitting .293, and Reis, .300. Brandt Loses All. While in Brooklyn, to be brief, Brandt had lost every game he pitched and Moore was disconsolate with a broken leg. Perhaps the most important trade of the of season was between the Cards and the Giants, Roy Parmelee going to the Cards and Burgess Whitehead coming over to the Giants. Then Bill Terry, manager of the Giants, told Frankie Frisch, the Cards' manager during the course of a little light banter that Parmelee would not finish a ball game for Mr. Friscfi. Whereupon, Frisch started Parmelee in the first game of the season against the Giants and he finished 17 innings heating the Giants, 2 to 1..Whitehead has done little for , , . , Lewis; two base hits. Irmky, Reynolds, Sullivan, Avcrill, Hale, Kuncl, Vosmlk, Husbes thrco base hits, Estalella. Lewis: homerun .Sullivan; sacrifice, Mycr; double Play, Hale to Hughes to Trosky; left on bases. Cleveland II, Washington 9; bases on ball". L. Brown 2. Appleton 4; strikeouts, by Brown li. Appleton l; hit by pitcher, by I. Brown (Mycr): wild pitches, Appleton: win nins pllcher. I,. Brown: losing; pitcher. An Pleton. Umpires, Qulim, Ormsby and McGoW' an. lime, 1:53. National Boxscores Monday's Games NEW VOHK--0 AB II TO A J. M'orc f -1 1 0 Wbltc'd 2b 4 2 4 0 O t t r f 4 0 1 0 Leibcr c f 4 1 3 1 Leslie Ib 4 1 8 0 Jackson 3b 4 0 1 1 Maneuso c 4 2 'A 0 Barlcll Hubbell Totals 34 8x26 CINCINNATI--1 Alt H PO CiQ'ler rf 4 3 3 TU'now 2b 4 0 2 Herman If 3 1 3 Lombardl c 3 0 4 Byrd c f 4 0 4 BlfBS 3 b 3 0 1 Myers s s 2 1 3 M'dulnn Ib 3 0 8 Stlne p 3 0 0 Totals 29 4 2111 No Kissing for Cleveland; It's the Doctors Orders Fights for Life his 1934 victory over given another chance. Barney if This time Jimmy will have one more in the crowd rooting for him to win. His bride will see him fight for the first time. » * * Odds and Ends ... AD WATTE . . . Iowa State, college's 5 foot, 7 inch shotputter, who tips the scales at 160 pounds, established a new school record for his specialty last week. The midget weight man heaved the 16 pound ball 43 feet, 9% inches, to displace a record set in 1934 by Paul Berger and also exceed the indoor mark set by Lawrence CosUgan of Buffalo Center last winter. Waite was the Giants. Thevenow Saves Games. The purchase of Tommy Theve- now by the Reds from the Pirates did not rate much more than a half a stick of type in last year's papers. But Tommy was put into a couple of ball games in desperation and each time,he came up with a winning hit. Now Thevenow plays second base for the Reds. In an American league trade the Tigers bought Al Simmons for $75,000. Simmons, at this writing, is hitting .264. Joe Cronin made a deal with his old club the Senators whereby the Red Sox would get Heinie, Manush for Roy Johnson and Carl Reynolds. Manush, at present, is hitting .284; Johnson, who went subsequently to New York in another deal, .306; and Carl Reynolds. .333. Other Deals Better. But other deals made by Cronin, Yawkey Collins and company, turned out somewhat better. Jimmy Foxx is leading the American lea°-ue in homeruns and batting 313- Eric McNair and Roger Cramer are doing very well, thank you. Not that this proves anything, since they haven't started paying off on how they stand on May 4, but the picture has changed somewrr.t and makes the fat contentions of some of the baseball owners look pretty thin. _^____ EASY COME . . . Professional golf is not a money maker for 1935's biggest winner, Johnny Revolta, got only $9,543, and paid his own expenses. Sam Parks, the champion, made $1,889. ^ xl'wn out when winning run scored". *,.,,... Turk ...... 000 0TM 000 -- 0 ClndnnaH I" . . I " . . . . . . . . . . . .000 000 001-1 Error, Bartcll; run batted In, Byrd; three Cuyler: stolen base, Hubbell to Bartcll base hits. Bartcll, Myers: double .plays, Wiiltcliend, Myers to Thevcnotif to McQuinn; Bruce Campbell, star outfielder of the Cleveland Indians, is fighting lor his life in a Boston hospital following an apparent recurrence of spinal meningitis, the same disease which nearly took his life last summer. Campbell became ill while the Indians were on their way from New York to Boston. * ndians Win Two as Campbell Fights Meningitis. By EDDIE GILMORE Associated Press Staff Writer. WASHINGTON, UP--The Cleveand Indians baseball players, who ave been solemnly warned not to jss their wives, sweethearts or hildren, figured Tuesday that the ack of inspirational osculation vould not harm their prowess on lie diamond. They hope to go on yinning games. The ban was laid down m Boston riday when Outfielder Bruce Campbell was stricken for the sec- nd time with spinal meningitis. iVhen the team arrived here for the urrent series with the Washington Snators local health authorities recommended the same precautions. No More Kissing. "It is very possible," said Dr. James G. Cummings, chief of the Bureau of Preventable disease, "that there might be germ carriers on his team. I strongly advise that they do not go in for kissing. Jubilant over his teams' two straight victories over the Senators, Manager Steve O'Neil said that even :he absence of inspirational kisses could not stop his athletes. "Base hits and good pitching win ball games," he said, "not kisses." He said that when the physicians issued the orders about kissing they NEW YORK CLUBS FftIL TO COLLECT TALLIES FOR HUB Carl Pitches Four-Hit Ball, Loses Game 1-0; Mates Gather Eight Hits. By ANDY CLARKE Associated press Sports Writer The New York Giants batsraer should hang their heads when Carl Hubbell comes along, for they have been letting him down in shamefu fashion. In the last 26 innings the ace flinger has worked on the mound the Giants have given him exactly one run to play with. That isn' much of a lead in any ball gam even behind Hubbell, who won 23 while losing 12 last year. Four-Hit Ball Loses. Hubbell pitched four-hit ball Mon day but the Giants failed to score ·; single run and went down 1 to before the Cincinnati Reds. In hi previous start, Hubbell went 17 in nings against the Cardinals taut los 2 to 1 when his mates failed t fathom the slants of LeRoy Par have declared: "And Everybody Else." left o basts, IS'cw Vork 7, Cincinnati m balls, off Hubbell 3; »trlkcciuH, ,,,,,,,, ,,. , Hubbell 3, Stine 3. Umpires, Moran, Iturth and Qulgley. Time, 1:35. AB H I'd A Urb'skl ss 1 2 3 3 E. M're rf 5 i IS I) Jordan III 2 cf fl 2 -I C'n'Io J b 4 2 5 Th'ps'n If 3 1 3 CVrt 31 2 2 1 Ixjpe c 5 0 3 Bcnse n 3 0 (I B. Smith p I 0 I) 0 Totals 37 11 2" 15 ST. LOUIS--6 T.Moorc cf 5 1 2 Krlscli S b 6 1 2 ). Jl'tln rf 4 2 4 Mcdtr'h If 4 3 2 Mini p 4 n 11 Davis c - Os'ivskl c 1 Colbert. 3b 3 1 2 1 2 0 D'r'her ss 3 3 2 4 P'rrn'lcc p 2 2 0 0 Ryba n aScofflc brollins cMoruan Totals 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 aRan for Davis in seventh. bBatte/I /or parmnlee in seventh. cBatted for Ryba in ninth. Score by innings -,,,,_,,,,, 000 120 400--7 . m 020 uo-« Many who s u f f e r from rectal t ro ubles w o u l d quickly seels relief if they but knew or were familiar with modern rectal office methods. Modern rectal office practice cuts the cost, does not cause confinement, Is painless, efficient and satisfactory. Dr. R. W. Shultz, D. 0. 318-219-220 First National Banb Building *. L O U I S . Errors, J. Marlln, Bcreer, Frisch: runs hatted In, Mcdwlck. Lopez, T. Moore 3, Jordan, Thompson. Davis. Coscarart 3, O£- rudowski: tivn base hits, J. Martin, Jordan, Coscarart, OErodou-ski; hnmcnw, Davis: stolen base, J. Jlartln: sacrifice hit, Thomp- .011 ; double Plays, Urbanski to Jordan, tr- .innski to Cuccinello to Jordan, Gelbert to Frisch to Mlze, Cuccincllo to Urbanski to Jordan; left on bases. Boston 11. St. Louis 5- base* on balls, off Bcncc 3, B. Smith 1. Fannelec B, Ryba 3: struck out, by Bw- 1. B. Smith 2, Parmelee 2, Ryba 2; hits, off Parmelee 10 in 7 Innlnss, Bcnge 10 in 6, B. Smith 3 in 3. Ryba 3 In 2: wild pitch, Ryba: ivinnins pitcher. Bcnsc: losing pitcher, Parmelee: umpires, Sears, Goeti and Klem; time, 2:21. run If any BLUES WIN LONG GAMES, STAY UP Cansas City Team Takes 6th Extra-Inning Contest of Season, Holds Lead. CHICAGO, LB--The Kansas City lues' ability to win extra inning ames is keeping them at the top of the American association standings. The Blues won their sixth extra lining game of the season Monday, rimming the Toledo Mudhens 9 to 8 10 frames. The Milwaukee Brewers took heir third game iu four played with .ouisville, beating the Colonels 9 St'. Paul made it nine straight ·ins by defeating Columbus 3 to 0, tan Spencer besting Allyn Stout l a pitching duel. Indianapolis whipped the champion Minneapolis Millers 8 to 6 on a hree run rally in the eighth. the regular-fullback of the Cyclone football squad in 1935, also . . . r « « Joe Fink of Mason City had a lot to do with Cornells' winning an unexpected track victory from St. Ambrose last Saturday . . . the former Mohawk won the mile and 880 yard ^ ,,,,, Mason City high school baseball players who appeared at Manson last season read the Glo-be- Gazettes' squib about preparations for the final session of the state high school tournament . . . they probably laughed in memory. The article said that in event of rain, tournament games would be moved to the American Legion diamond . . · where Mason City won its title . to the grass diamond at the Cai- houn county fairgrounds. The latter field was the scene of Mason City s first tournament game last season .. it's laid out on a golf course . . . with plenty of hazards. Baseball Standings NATIONAI- LEAGUE W. I. Pct.l W. L. Pet. 3t Louis 9 6 .GOOICIndnnatl 9 9 New Vork 9 t .B63|PWta'phIa 9 10 Chlcaso 9 7 ,SC3|Boston Pittsburgh 8 7 ..133|BrooMyn MONDAY RESULTS Cincinnati 1: New York 0. Boston 7: St. Louis C. ·VII others postponed, rain. TUESDAY GAMES 9 « 11 Biook'n at PlttsVh nt Cincinnati K I O O K I I at I l n o u i . . i . . . - · - _ · - - - Philadci. at Chicago | Boston at St. Louis Boston AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. Pct.| W. L. Pet 13 C .OB4IH'ash'tm 11 10 .824 6 9 B II, 3 15 New York 12 r, ,«G7|Chicaco Cleveland 11 7 -ClllPhila'phla Detroit 9 7 .oBSISt. Louis MONDAY RESULTS Cleveland 6; \Vnshlneton 3. All others postponed, rain. TUESDAY GAMES Clcvc-'d at Wash'ton IChicae,, at phll'phJa St. Louis at [Detroit at Boston WRESTLING Mason City Armory Thursday, May 7 MAIN EVENT HOMER WRIGHT versus LEO ALEXANDER JOHN EVKO versus DICK HORNER Chicago Dubuque TAG TAGESON versus OLAF GREGERSON Mason City Denmark GEN. ADM. 4Qc PLUS TAX Kan. City .36 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION' W. L. Pct.l «'. L. Pet 12 3 -SOOlInd'apnlls ft 9 -38 ,,.. Faul H 4 .7-RllxinisvlIIo 7 12 Minneapolis 9 6 .MO! Toledo 4, 11 . Milwaukee 0 7 .563! rolnmbus 4 !·» ·· MONDAY RESULTS COLUMBUS 000 000 000-0 S ST FVfL 000 000 12x--3 8 Batteries: Columbus--Stout and Owen: p ml ]--spencer and Fiwck. LOUISVILLE 000 301 010-5 II MIIAVAL'KEK 010 004 22x--9 1Z Batteries: IxinUvllle--Lamastcr. Hollcj an Thompson: Milwaukee-- rrnnnell, Hevlnc an TOLFnb 1 0 0 3 0 1 4 0 0 0 -- 8 8 K\:S«*S CITY . . . .030 004 010 1-9 14 'Batteries: Toledo--Cohen and J.lnton: Kan sas City--Sniltb. Moncrlef, Stiles, Mow Vance nnd MadjcsUi. INDTVNArOLIS 010 11= 030-8 10 MINNEAPOLIS 001 »» 000--B 10 Batteries: Imltannpnll*--Ixismi, Trout. B Icn .ind Riddle; Minneapolis--McHnint Rjn and GcorRP. TUESDAY GAMt.N Toledo M Milwaukee ILouisvlIle at Kan Indlan'olis at St. r ] Columbus at Mpls. "This means wives, children and everybody else." "All the boys except four are married," O'Neil continued, "and none of the wives travel with the team. Not that they don't trust the fellows, but I suspect there is some smug satisfaction back in Cleveland over the doctor's orders." Explaining that the ban continues ·* nly until May 22, the manager dded that the team returns home ext Monday. "That just means 11 kissless days t home," he said, "and shucks, anybody ought to be able to mange that." Brevity May Have Been a Better Hoss But Best Rider Was Hanford in Late Turf Classic. By EDDIE BRIETZ Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK, (.T)--Derby echoes: .erne of the experts still insist Brevity was the best hoss . . . but all agree the best rider on the track vas little Ira Hanford . . . Most of the New Yorkers went down with the Widener colt . . . An exception was George Daley, sports ed of the Herald-Tribune, who col- ected $200 for a S20 winter book jet on Bold Venture .. . What about Prof. Bill Keefe of the New Orleans Times-Picayune picking Bold Venture, Brevity and Indian Broom in that order? . . . Banjo Smith of the Columbia (S. Car.) Record, didn't do so badly either . . . he named Brevity, Indian Broom and Bold Venture as the first three. EMMETSBURG IS NEXT OPPONENT OF JAYSEE NINE Sutherland's Team Plays Local All-Nations at Stadium Friday. PLAY IRISH JAYSEES Sport Events Mav 5--Dinner: North Central Iowa Rod and Gun club, Hotel Hanford. ay e--Baasball: Trojans vs. Bm- metsburg at Mason City. Badminton: Ken Davidson, Scotch champion, Y. M. C. A. [ur av 7_wrestling: American Legion show, Mason City armory. Mav 8--Baseball: Trojans vs. All- Nations at Roosevelt stalium. ay 8-9--Baseball: High school tto trict tournament at Armstrong. May n -- Baseball: Mohawks vs Sheffield at Mason City. May 12--Baseball: Trojans vs. Wai dorf at Forest City. May 15--Softball: Entry lists due meet at Y. M. C. A. May 16 -- Track: District Roosevelt stadium. Baseball: Mohawks at Webste City. Blay 23--Baseball: State high schoo tournament finals, Manson. j une i _ Softball: Mason City leagues open, Bast park. July 1-15--Baseball: Iowa semipro tournament, Forest City. AUK 3-8--Softball: Iowa-Souther Minnesota tournament, 0"-TM»»i stadium. Sept. 5-7--Baseball: Iowa amateu tournament finals, Des Moines. Major Stars MAJOR STARS Bv THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Elbert Stine and Kiki Cuyler, Red --Former blanked Giants with eigh hits; latter paved way for winnin run with triple. Joe Coscarart, Bees--His double o LeRoy Parmelee drove in thn runs. Billy Sullivan. Indians--Sent two Chicago, Princeton Face Athletes Who Want to Be Olympic Finals Entrants NEW YORK, UP)--The big hep, :ep and jump to a place on the American Olympic track and field earn -will be from Chicago to rinceton to Randall's island, New "ork City. The program, as it shapes up now, alls for the national collegiate i.. A. championships, at the Univer- melee. Hubbell won his first tw games of the season. Only one of the four hits agains Hubbell was an extra base blow bu it subsequently spelled defeat. Kil Cuyler opened the ninth inning wit a triple. Sammy Byrd hoisted a fl to Mel Ott in right field and Cuylc raced home with the winning ru sliding into Gus Mancuso to bea Ott's throw to the plate. Eight Blows--No Buns. The Giants managed to collect eight hits off Elbert Stine, 23 year old rookie but it was the old story of failing to hit with a run in sight. Stine did not issue a single pass. Rain played havoc with the schedule and only one other National league and one American league game were played. Ray Benge, the leading pitcher of the National league, registered his fourth straight win as the Boston Bees defeated the St. Louis Cardinals 7 to 6 to halt the latter's winning streak at six games. The Cleveland Indians took their second straight victory from the Senators 6 to 3. Double Play Stops Cards. Although Benge was credited with the victory, he was retired m the Cardinal half of the seventh after he had walked two and Leo Durocher had singled to fill the bags. The Cards scored only one run, however, as Frankie Frisch hit into a double play. Pete Appleton, former Indian ity of Chicago, June 19 and 20, nth the national A. A. U. title meet et for Palmer stadium, Princeton, n July 3 and 4. These are the main emifinal tests leading up to the inal Olympic tryouts, slated for the .ew municipal stadium here. PS 3\ Successfully Defends County Baseball Championship by Beating Kanawha. HANCOCK COUNTY MEET First Round. Goodell 3; Woden 0. Corwith II; Hufflcli) 0. Klemme ft; Crystal Lake 3. At Kaniuvlm. Semifinals. GoodElI 2; Convlth I. Kannwha 11; Klemme 3. Final. Ooodcll 10; Kanflivha 5. KANAWHA _ Goodell h i g h school's baseball team won the Hancock county baseball championship 'or the second straight year by de- 'eating Kanawha, 10 to 5, in the inals here Monday afternoon. In the semifinal round, also played Monday, the champions beat Corwith, 2 ·o 1, and the local team downed Kiemme, 11 to 3. hurler was belted for 13 hits by his old pals. He held the Tribe scoreless for five innings bu Cleveland scored in every inning after that. Appleton had three straight victories to his credit before the encounter. Averill Lost to Indians. The Indians, already hard hit by the illness of Bruce Campbell which was expected to terminate his career, received another blow in this game when Earl Averil pulled a leg muscle. As the Reds battled on the bal field, there was turmoil behind tin' scenes. General Manager Larry S MacPhail inferred that Paul Der ringer, the Reds' ace flinger, migh be dropped from the active list un less he plays "like he's supposec to." Derringer was suspended with out pay when he failed to slid home in Sunday's game. Derringe won 20 games last year but he ha failed to show his customary form this season. RASSLERS BACK Principals of Near-Riot t Be Matched Again, Go at It Slower This Time. As irnght have been expected tw weeks ago, the rasslers who cause a near-riot at the armory have bee re-matched for Thursday night American Legion show. Leo Alexan der and Homer Wright, the princ pals in the last fracas, will again g at it--this time in a tamer manne by orders of the police who we forced to chasten the beavyweigh tor their conduct at the last scrair ble. John Evko, husky Chicago face- maker, is matched against Dick Horner of Dubuque in the semiwind- up. Horner will be making his initial appearance in a local ring this season. Tag Tageson, Mason City's landmark of the rassling gentry, meets Olaf Gregerson. allegedly from Denmark, in the opener. Fight trend: Sammy Mandell now on the McLarnin bandwagon . and Mark Hellinger, the columnist, who can't lose for picking winners, says Canzoneri by a knockout is his best bet of the year . . . Every member of the pitching staff of the Rocky Mount team of the Piedmont league is under 21 years old ... While down in Savannah the South Atlantic, Jack Levy, ill curving 'em at 40, came up ith a three hitter the other day . Nebraska's showing him in ring practice has the other "Big x" camps worried no little. i t * Why does Max Schmeling refuse let photographers snap him in is ring togs? ... Is he still a little eavy mebbe? . . . A Los Angeles igh school sprinter named Bryant .lien has 'em talking . . . he did he "100" in 9.8 and the "220" in ;1.6 in a recent meet . . . If his Ditchers ever come around, Rogers lornsby will give the other Amer- can league clubs plenty of head- ches . . . The Browns score lots f runs, but the twirling usually ogs down . . . Hornsby has a crew .hat can lean against that agate . . Cincinnati-writers say they'll e taking the Boston Bees seriously efore the end of the season, too. * * * There never has been any love ost between the athletes of North Carolina U. and Duke . . . so when he Carolina battlers sent in their ntry blanks for the national gold- n gloves tournament, they wrote across the bottom: "Please give us Duke to lick first of all" . . . Some of them even went so far as to name the opponents they wanted o meet . . . Some of the Detroit papers are taking digs at Mickey Cochrane . . . Bill O'Brien and his PROBABLE LINEUPS MASON ' I T V EMMETSBl'IUi SUTHERLAND .. Omch STARR %Vllle P ..- Thaeker sawyer ' CnrnilchBi'l II. ilcrt in Turner r luln 2» Vim Hftven Snell SS . . . . . . . . rntclmnkl Shcckler 3B Firkins Curroll LK · Krrwlck .MneUonnld CF Snlllian Jonr» KK Brown TIME: 3:2(1, IVednesdny. PLACE: Kixwevelt stadium. Starting off a busy week. Mason City junior college's Trojans hammered out a 7 to 1 victory Monday afternoon at the Waverly fairgrounds, defeating Wartburg to keep their record clean for the season. The Trojans played good baseball behind the pitching of Quin "Doc" Dietz, left-handed mounds- man, and the Mason City southpaw kept the drawstring tight around his bag of hits, letting only two escape for the home team. The Trojans will face two more contests this week, playing Emmetsburg junior college here Wednesday afternoon at 3:20, and also playing here Friday in a practice session against Tyler Stewart's All-Nations. The latter contest will also be played at the stadium. Mason City bats started playing a crashing tune in the first inning Monday, Mickey MacDonald and Gale Snell scoring in the first inning after they had collected a hit " ' Loren to left field "and a rap by Henry "Hun" Hert scored the counters. A pair of hits, coupled with bobbles by the Wartburg infield, scored 4 Mason City runs in the third. Shuell Jones and MacDonald got :he base knocks. Snell scored the final Trojan run in the seventh after gaining first on a fielder's choice, while MacDonald was being thrown out. He came home on another infield error posted for the Knights. THE BOXSCORB and walk respectively. "Tuffy" Sheckler'a fly ball may tour the orient lochrane .ennis pros next year. Allan Sothoron, who has sent clenty of players to the majors, says Billy Herman of the Cubs was not guilty of a mental error dur- ng his entire career in the American association . . . On the days he pitches, Ted Lyons of the White Sox will not speak to an opposing player . . . Jack Baer, Oklahoma outfielder, had a weird day at the bat recently . . . he singled, hit into a double play . . . singled again, then hit into a triple play . . . then he busted a homer. MASON CITV--7 AB R H E Lane 21i 5 0 1 1 HncD'ld cf 3 Si Strkli-r 31 5 H. Her! 11] 4 Dlclz p 1 4 2 1 0 I 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 1 D U O Tntllls -III 1 11 3 WAHTBL'RO--1 Al) R H Winms 3b Krplcr HS Knitt 111 :i I) 0 Op'rmim c 4 0 3 KnestL'r If 3 0 0 Fratr.ke If 1 1 1 K'merer cf 4 0 0 l.'tkens 2b 3 Itciff rf 4 H'rmann n 2 (I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Q U O Totals 30 I 2 4 Score by Innings-- WAKTIIUKG 000 000 001.--I MASON crrv 204 ooo 100--7 Summary--Two hasc hits. MacDonald 2: Imses on halls, nff Herrmann !), off Dlctfl -,; struck oat. liy Dicti 9. by Herrmann 5: hits, nff Herrmnitn nletr, U in 9 Innlnc: City IS. WartburB .. In 9 innings, of left on hafles. Mason 9; \vinnlne pitcher. IJietz; In'slnR pitcher Herrmann; time, 2:53. PREP SITES READY George A. Brown, secretary of the Iowa High School Athletic association, said Tuesday that district high school baseball tournaments (Continued on I'aKc 10) SHEFFIELD TOPS COUNTY HITTERS Claydiggers Beat Latimer in Championship Game, Win Franklin Honors. FBAXKUX COUNTY MEET At Sheffield. Semifinals. I*at!mer "I Hnnscll 4. Sheffield 11: 1'opcjo.v 1. Final. Sheffield 12; Lat.mer 4. S H E F F I E L D -- S h e f f i e l d high school's Little Claydiggers defended their Franklin county baseball title here Monday, after the final session of the county tournament had been postponed from last week by rain. 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