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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 15

Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 8, 1931
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· ' JOHNSON WITH KLINE FOR FOUR AS PRELIM Chris Kramer to Meet Jim Wray in Preliminary of Legion Card. Ralph Johnson, Albert Lea, Minn, lightweight, has been signed to trad blows with Vallle Kline, Gratton, i one of the Sour round bouta of th American Legion drum corps. 4 round card of boxing scheduled a the armory Friday. Johnson, is the youngster wh knocked but Max Garcia, Manly after a give and take battle. In hi first appearence a month ago, he de feated "Wild Cat" Thompson o , Chicago In a,four round bout. Kline his opponent^ is considered by th matchmaker, Joe Kelly, as the bes preliminary boxer In this vicinity Chris 'Kramer of Swaledale wa also signed to oppose Jim .Wray o Dougherty in one of the three rouni preliminaries. Boti youngsters ar willing mixers. ; , Bon Hampton, who Is . schedule to meet Kid Jobe, local Negro bat tier, in one of the-six round bouts finnished his.hard training for th coming encounter and will do Ugh training- until the day of the fight Kid Jobe went thru six hard round; of boxing with sparring partner Tuesday in a local gymnasium. Hi will contine work until ttie day o the fight "Tuffy" Anderson, who will meet Gordon Stewart, the Dows puncher Is rounding into shape hers for the coming fight, while Stewart is go ing thru his training paces with hli sparring mates at Dows. TOLAN TO TRY AGAINfOR 1 DO "Midnight Express" to Make His Third Attempt to Win Century Honors. DBS XIOINES, April 8..-OB--Eddie Tolan, the "Midnight-Express 1 .from Michigan, will try for his third successive year to win the 100-yard dash at the Drake Relays here April 24 and 25. .: i Tolan has clashed with some of /-the finest century runners in the 4iuntry, during his last two at- ^ -win the Drake relays "BhatrtonaWprr-r-jHe-" rfinlsb.ed: . tMrU both times and- this year rules as the favorite. In 1929 Claude Bracey of-Rice Institute and Jack Elder of Notre Dame finished ahead of Tolan and the next year Cy Leland of Texas Christian'and Bracey nosed out the Michigan ace. The chief rivals of the bespectacled Wolverine will be Peyton Glass, Oklahoma Aggies' sophomore flash, Hass of Minnesota and Sickel of Kansas; FIRE DESTROYS WEANT STABLES Kentucky Derby Candidates Burn to Death in Blaze of Unknown Origin. ANCHORAGE, Ky., April 8 . U -W. C. Weant, turfman, today still had a thorobred to bear his colors In the Kentucky derby May 16, but smouldering ruing covered the remains OL eight other horses in training, eight broodmares and two foals. Matadi, his only derby eligible, and five other horses, upon their 'arrival from St. John's park, Florida, Tuesday, were sent to his farm at Oakland station. Lost night they were burned to death with the broodmares and foals. Plre, believed caused by defective wiring, destroyed .his stable containing the 18 iiorses. Mrs. Weant and Anchorage firemen stood helplessly watching the bam burn to the ground. No estimate of the lass was made. . People expect too i much of Hoover, anyhow. Of what use is an when the locomotive is off the track?--The Unemployed. INVADE LUTHER DIAMOND GAZETTE MASON CITY, IOWA, APRIL 8 1931 RTS BOOSTERS TO OPEN 10-DAY PIN TOURNEY TO REFEREE BOXING CARD Billy Light, St. Paul's welterweight title contender, will referee all boats of the American Legion drum corps boxing card scheduled for Friday at the armory. A card of 42 rounds has been signed for the show by Matchmaker Joe Kelly. Cyclone Squad Given First Cut of Season DUNLAPMATCHED AGAINST H, BLUE Coach Menze Whittles His Candidate List to Working Team. AMES, April 8.--Coach Loui. Menze, Iowa State baseball coach announced the first baseball cut o he season yesterday, naming 31 aspirants as members of the bas.e hall squad. Nine pitchers and six atchers were retained for battery work, .and eight infields and out- ielders were listed on the roster. Those retained on the.squad are Catchers--Frank Burrell, Urbana, W. L. Delaney, Jefferson; L. W. Edwards, Fremont, Nebr.; Paul Mad- icks, Panora; Robert 'Petersen Vaterloo; and Max Rieke, Blairs- own. Pitchers -- Harold Coons Lines; Clarence Gustafson, Rice Lake, · Wia.j Richard Grefe, Des Moines; Albert Heltman, Keystone- ''rank Loufek, Cedar Rapids; H D Perry, Ames; H. H. Backhaus, Maney; Bernard Thrift, Onawa, and ~!rwin Harder, Keystone. Infields--Jack Shea, Cherokee; Jenry Voetberg, · .Traer; Roger 3owen, Burlington; Earl Steiert, Toedo; Gibson Huntbatch, Swaledale; Clark Van Meter, Adel; Dick Wil- ox, Stratford, and Raymond John- Mi, Scranton. Outfielders--Ralph tergman, Madison, Minn.; Dean ulver, Yale; Ken Wells, Lake View; :obert Rickots, Zearing; Leslie addoris, Jordon; George Swensbn, ^ostville;. Franz Swoboda, Omaha, and. Wesley Wilcox, Stratford. A practice game Saturday will de- ermine the lineup for the season's pener with Luther college the fol- owing week, Coach Mcrize said yes- erday. For One Person For Two Persons- Onfy t/.OO Additional--Any'Koom CACH ROOM wnn pwvAim MIW LEXINGTON AVE. 8c48thST. Frank G reason J.Leslie Kincaid Manager PrelWent .OlfKtion of American Hotels Corporation Medalist and Winner of Last Place in Champ Flight Plays at Pinehurst. PINEHORST, N. Car., 'April 8 AP)--George T. Dunlap, Jr., of New York, the medalist, was . matchet against H. J. Blue, of PinehurEt, winner of last place In- the championship flight in a play-off for firs! round match'play today in the annual north and south amateur golf tournament. The New York llnksman, Princo ton star and intercollegiate cbam- ·pion, smashed out a 36-hole score of 145 to top the field In the meda! round by a 10 stroke margin. He carded a 73 In yesterday's 18 holes to add to the 72 he shot the day before. , J · Eugene Homang, of Englawood, N. J., defending champion, put tc»- gether a 79 and a 76 for 155 and runner up position in the medal play. Blue and James Beger, Newark, N. J., finished with 166's. IOWA NET TEAM TO OPEN SEASON 'IOWA CITY, April 8.--The University of Iowa's tennis team will warm up for future Big Ten competition here Saturday by meeting Coe college in the season's opening contest. A. week later, the Hawkeyes again will battle the collegians, this time on the Cedar Rapids courts. Ronald Reddlg of Davenport, Rae Wallace of Clear Lake; and Capt Herbert Thomas of Iowa City are expected to^lead the Iowa attack. WOEBEB SENT TO KANSAS CITY CLUB DUBUQTJE, April 8. ()--Edward 'Moose" Woeber, star outfielder and manager of .the Dubuque Tigers n 1930, has been sold to the Kansas City club of the American association, President Fred Leiser an- jounced today. Woeber will be sent y the Kansas club to their farm- ng-out club. at Springfield In the Three Eye 1 league. JENTMAN TO " THY FOB OLYMPICS DECATUR, II!., April 8. OP)--Lee Sentman of tho University of nil- iois world's record holder in the mrdle events, hopes to represent he United States in the 1932 Olympics at Los Angeles, he said today. Sentman plans to accompany an American track team, sponsored by he national amateur athletic union, n a trip to Europe this aummer. ENTRIES NEARLY COMPLETED FOR INITIAL EVENTS Teams to Come From Largi Cities of Iowa and Minnesota. Play in Mason City's first anmm Iowa-Minnesota bowling tourna ment is scheduled to start Frldaji at the Boyd Bowling company's al leys. It will continue for 10 days. Mason City's booster teams will start off the meet. The teams wil be composed of two squads. Squac A will be composed of bowlers witl averages around 2200. Squad B wll be composed at Viowlers with aver ages around 2400. This will even competition for bowlers with lower averages. Prizes will be awarded to the winners ot the various event, in the squads. Teams entered from Mason Citj in the tournament are: Falstaf Pale, H. C. Boyd company, Idea Sand and Gravel, Oakland-Pontlacs Decker's lowanas and one othnr Decker team in this section Champlln Refining company Aller Cafe of Charles City, Chapin O'Ne! Coal company and the Globe-Ga zette company. In the booster section, Decker's Packing company has entered, three other teams. Other teams to enter this section are the Globe-Gazette Attorneys, Doctors and an insurance team. Out-of-town teams entered include Dos Molnes, five teams; Waterloo, two; Cedar Rapids, (all of Iowa); Owatonna, two; Albert Lea two; Mankato, two; Bloomfa' Prairie, Sleepy Eye, (all of MirT- nesota). SMITH IS VICTIM OF A DAY DREAM Hurler Walks Into Camp and Stars in Game but Disappears. OMAHA, April 8. im--"Doc' Smith, manager of the Omnha club of the Western league, didn't Itnow whether he was the victim of a managerial dream today. Every manager dreams that some day, somewhere, that a great baseball player, preferably a pitcher will drop in and stay. So yesterday, a stranger strolled into the Omaha camp, announcec himself as a pitcher, and was given a chance pitching for the Yanni- gans. He held the regulars to one hit for three Innings. Manager Smith rubbed his eyes, enthusiastically rushed out to the mound and told the stranger, who gave his name as "Mr. Earl of Iowa," to take a rest and report tomorrow. After the game, a search was instituted for "Mr. Earl of Iowa," who perilaps was in Iowa. He wasn't around the training camp or training: headquarters and Manager Smith wonders' If he were dreaming. ONLY ROUND TRIP FARE TO St. Paul and Minneapolis Dally via Half Fare for children Baggage checked. For detailed information as to train service for going and return trip ask H. VV. ODLE, City Frt. Pass. Agt. or Ticket Agent, Mason City, Iowa. C. C. GARDNER Asst. Gen. Pass. Act. Des Moines, Iowa OMPT CORA COAL t7 nn p er ton at «JU«UU cash PHONE 888 Fireside Fuel Co. May Name New Field House After Rockne '1 r W T)TI1MT\ T n *3 A U U I 1 n i nv. · ' ' SOUTH BEND, Ind., April 8. LT* --A new fieldhouse may rise on Notre Dame's campus as a tribute to Knute Rockne. Members of the Rockne memorial committee, at their meeting last night, were unanimously in favor o£ building a much needed field- houss in his memory instead of renaming the new football stadium aa "Rockne stadium." Committees will be organized In all principal cities of the United States to receiye donations for the fund. , · "What," asks a puzzled corre- spondent.of the medical-advice column, "Is the best time for a cold plunge?" Some other, we think.-Boston Herald, GOLF AND BASEBALL DRIVE AWAY BLUES CHICAGO, April 8. UP--Gol£ balls and baseball bats are included In a prescription for relief from the blues, given by Dr. Karl Menninger of Topeka, Kans., who came to Chicago to talk on mental hygiene. "For the minor depressions of every day life," he said, there Is no golden recipe of recovery, but from the standpoint of mental hygiene it is a good thing to have golf balls to swat and baseball bats to swing, and even a few belligerent poker games and backgammon. "Hostilities thus discharged do not accumulate to burn the soul." OLSON'S SWEDES TO MEET GIANTS Playoff Game Sponsored by Hampton Pirates' Base- · ball Association. HAMPTON, April 8.--The season's final basketball game was scheduled for Wednesday night hero when the Gflkerson Union Giants and Olson's Terrible Swedes were scheduled to meet In a playoff game of their series. Each team has two victories to its credit. The game is sponsored by thu Hnmpton Pirates Athletic association. Proceeds from the game will be spent for the organization of a baseball team here for the summer. TWO TILTS WILL END PRE-SEASOH TRAINING SERIES Old Gold Men Win 2 Games Straight on Home Field in Opening. DECORAH, April 8.--Tho Luther Norsemen will usher in their homa baseball season by playing a double* header with Towa university on Friday and Saturday. Tha Noras squad journeyed to Iowa City last Monday- arid Tuesday, where they started a four-game series with Iowa whicH will be terminated 'In the DecoraH encounters. Win Two Games. IOWA CITY, April 8. W--CoacH Otto Vogel's University of Iowa baseball team made it two straight over Luther college Tuesday, win. ning 8 to 3 in a loosely played game. Luther made 10 errors. Joe Mo wry, leading Iowa hitter For two seasons, collected threa hits in four trips to the plate. 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