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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 3, 1933, Mason City, Iowa EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE JUNE 1933 VON ELM FOULIS LEAD IN ST PAUL OPEN BOTH STROKE 701 TO SHATTER PAR ON KELLER HILLS Dutra Cooper and Revolta In 74 Class But Still in Running ST PAUL June 3 of the fastest front runners of all golf George von Elm of Akron Ohio shared the lead with Jimmy Foulis Illinois professional cham pion from Saturday as the battle for the 55000 St Paul open championship entered the second 18 BEGAZETTE S William Muldoon Solid Man of Sport Dies at Home hole round over the Keller Fee course Sweeping across the tricky course with its bumpy greens Fri day with par shattering 70s after a big wind storm had stopped most of the title hunting favorites von Elm and Foulis opened the second round fight with a two shot margin over Archie Hambrick of Zanes ville Ohio and a three stroke lead over five others among them Cap tain Walter Hagen of Americas Ryder cup team and one of his aces young Paul Runyan of White Plains N Y Such stars as Olln Dutra nation al professional champion from Los Angeles Harry Cooper of Chicago and Johnny Revolta were imbedded in the 74 class but still in the fight which has 54 holes to go Leo Diegel of Grosse Point Mich and Ed Dudley the bigfel low from Wilmington Delother hopefuls on the Ryder cup squad were nine shots to the rear of the leaders with wind fashioned 79s Von Elm golfs businessman was on his famous game with all cylin ders Friday as hetrimmed par by 2 shots He went over par on only one hole His rounds were 3535 FREDERICK AND HODAPPINLEAD Rivals for Batting Honors Slump During Week in Big Leagues NKW YORK June 3 Hodapp of the Boston Red Sox and Johnny Frederick of the Brooklyn Dodgers cut rather large figures in the major league batting picture during the past week and wound up as the leaders of the two big leagues after Fridays games Hodapp held his average up to the previous weeks 374 level while his rivals slumped badly Sam West of St Louis American league lead er a week ago got back intoaction after a long layoff and promptly dropped to fourth place on the hr of leaders as his average shot down from 381 to 363 Al Simmons mark dropped 7 points to 366 but he advanced to second place Frederick profited by a sudden slump on the part of Pepper Mar tin of the St Louis Cardinals who had ousted him from the National lead for a while and wenUback to the top by raisinghis average three points to 365 Martin dropped to fifth place at 344 with a 25 point loss Pie Traynor of Pittsburgh gained second although he lost 12 points and found Chuck Klein of the Phillies only a point behind at 347 Klein failed to Improve his slug ging marks much during the week but he remained first or tied for first in his league in four depart ments His totals were 41 runs bat ted in 60 hits 16 doubles and 10 homeruns Lou Gehrig of the Yank ees held a similar position in the American league showing the way with totals of 36 runs 34 runs bat ted In and 10 homers The leading regular hitters in each league follow NATIONAL IEAOOE O AB B H Pet Frederick Brooklyn 3fl 137 17 ao 303 Traynor rfttsbarcb 39 165 20 tS4 348 Klein Philadelphia 43 173 28 60 347 Davis Philadelphia 42 1P3 16 03 348 Martin St Ixmls 3D 35 D4 314 AMERICAN IEAOUE O AB B H Pet Hodapp Boston 40 147 14 65 374 Simmons Chicago 40 161 32 80 Chapman New Yprk 34 121 20 44 West St IjOnl32 124 13 45 Sehnlte Washington 38 130 22 4G HEAD PLAY SENT AFTER HONORS IN AMERICAN DERBY Mrs Silas Masons Three YearOld May Set Sea sons Mark CHICAGO June 3 oua in the Preakness nosed out in the Kentucky derby and a lagging third in the Woods Memorial Mrs Silas Masons Head Play was sen after the added American derby at Washington park Saturday to try to prove that he is the sea sons best 3 year old The general impression waa tha the red flyer from Kentucky wa good enough to conquer a field tha included nine other 3 year olda In eluding Mr Khayyam his conquer or in the Wood stake two weeks ago Head Play was the overnigh favorite at 7 to 5 with Mr Khay yam and Charley o which ran third in the Kentucky classic behind Brokers Tip and Head Play th second choices at 4 to 1 Gold Basis which has not started in some time was regarded as the big upset possibility and was helel at 10 to 1 in the overnight wager ing SUTHERLAND TO COACH BASEBALL Training for Legion Team to Be Started Monday at Fairgrounds Coach Chick Sutherland of the Mason City high school coaching staff will be the coach the American Legion baseball team this summer according to Lou Ray mond Saturday Coach Sutherland called the first meeting for 2 oclock Monday afternoon at the fairgrounds Any boy of the city under 17 years of age is eligible IN SCHMELINGS CAMP MBV Schmelingknocks down sparring partner AMERICAN LEAGUE BOXSCORES TUESDAYS RESULTS STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pctl w t Pet it tools 26 10 619 Clnnad zo 21 488 PIltsbKh 2416 Brooklyn 1721 447 New York 23 10 Boston 1825 1419 ChJcaso 22 Zl auilUIphte U 29 328 AMERICAN LEAGUE W I I Pet New Vork M 13 e67iChfeaio 20 20 500 Washton 25 19 BOB Detroit 18 23 459 Cleveland 26 10 668151 Louis 16 28 304 Phllphla 21 17 Boston 14 28 380 AJ1ER1CAN ASSOCIATION W L Pet W L Pet Colllbmi 24 14 20 10 513 MlnpollB 23 17 5751 Lotlllle 10 22 483 Indpolls 20 17 6411 Toledo IB 24 429 SI Pnol 23 JO Cfty 18 30 348 JUSSISSIPPI VALLEY LEAGUE W L Pctl L Pet Davport 12 S oaiFratia K 8 Jot H Island 11 5 CBSIOulncy 7 10 412 Sprlngfd 0 8 6201KeoknIc 4 15 211 WESTEBN LEAGUE L Pctl w L Pet B 507 St Joseph 9 0 500 tor Gomez In flKhth zzBatted lor Walker In eighth zzzRan for Bafflnjc In eighth nlladelphla 000 110 ew York 210 000 Errors Cramer Jorgens runs batted In ehrlg Crowtll Hlfdns Ruffing Bishop il alms 2 homeruns Bishop VHllams sacrifice Cramer left on bases New York 0 Philadelphia 0 base on balls off Gomez fi Mahaffey 6 struck out by Oomez 13 by Mahaffcy 4 Moore l off Mahaffey 7 In 7 13 Innltij Orove 1 n 23 Gomez 8 In 8 Moore 0 In 1 wild illch Grove Winning pitcher Gomel los ng pitcher Mahnffoy Umpires Owens ianGrarian and Hildebrand Time Omaha Springfd 11 B Hntehlnsn 10 g D Molnes 10 9 5501 Topcka 5261 Wichita 900 B 12 294 9 13 291 RESULTS 306 364 3113 349 Hit by Ball Dies WILMINGTON Del June 3 by a pitched ball in a Me morial day baseball game John Darby Thompson died in a hospital last night of a fractured skull The people were already off the gold standard They do not mind seeingthe government join them Advertiser BoxingArmory TUESDAY JUNE 6 Hdq Co Mesa Rds Rounds Keath K p Weaver 175 vs Slini Tommy Ryan 174 8 Rounds Roddy Adnir 142 vs Roy Kfd Newman 143 6 Eddie Burke 130vs Clyde Kellogg 131 4 Bonnda Kid Tanner 125 vs Battling Funk 127 One More 4 Round Boat Admission 86c E5c 40c Tax Included TED ZANFER Sioux City Policeman Koiereo CARL NEIDEJBMAN Promoter AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland 21 St Louis 10 New Vork 6 Philadelphia 4 Detroit 11 Chicago 1 Washington Bs Boston 3 SATURDAYS GAMES CMcaKO at Detroit Phllhla at N York Boston at Wmhtton Cltvnd at St Louis NATIONAL LEAGUE Boston 63 Brooklyn 17 New York 11 Philadelphia 3 Only gomes scheduled SATURDAYS GAMES SI Ioulj at Chicane BroUltn at rionlon Clnatl at Filfsh N York at FhJlhla AMERICAN ASSOCIATION SI Paul 137 Toledo 18 8 Kansas City 1 Colrnntms Dj Minneapolis Indianapolis 13 Milwaukee SATURDAYS GAMES St Paul at Toledo Mirfceo t Indpolls Mmpolls at colubua K City at Louvllle WESTERN IEAOUE Des Molnes 10 Topeka 6 Omaha 12 St Joseph B Hntehlnson 11 Springfield Joplln 5 Wichita n SATURDAYS QAMKS Tonelia at D Molnci at Joplln SI Joseph at Omaha Hntchxon at Spfld MISSISSIPPI VALLEY 1EAOUE Pcoria 5 Springfield Z Qulney 0 Xeolrak 8 Rock Island 4 Davenport 1 SATURDAYS GAMES Peorfo at Davport Qolncy at Spriteld li Island at Keoknk MASON CITY BEVERAGE STORE 514 50 FED AB U PO A hop 2b 4212 ramer cf 4 0 4 o hnson If 4 1 0 D olenn M 5 1 3 C oix Ib 3 1 10 0 chrane c 3 0 6 0 Kgln 3b 4 1 0 1 Clhnckl es 0 0 0 0 WTi BS 3 1 I C Unhaly p 4 1 n 2 Drove p 0000 Totuls 31 8 Zl 10 NEW Combs cf Sewell 3b Ruth rf Gehrlr Ib Chman If AB II FO A 3100 t l e a 2 i Latter 2b 4 1 1 4 2 0 14 1 CroBeltl AS 3 1 3 1 3001 0 o o n 1 I 0 0 0 0 0 u 0000 Gomel p zWalUer zzRufllng tzzLnry Moore p hrce base hits Campbell Ixsvey bomerun Campbell sacrifice Clsscll doublo plays Sehareln to Mellllo to Burns Burnettto Jlssell to Bou Sclinrcln lo Mellllo to Shea evey lo Mellllo to Burns left on bases terctand 3 St Lonls R baaeon balls off lllctebrand 3 Blneholder t stmck out by HUcbrand 3 hill off Blaeholder 8 In 8 ncs Gray 0 In 1 lostnjc pllcher Blao er Umpires Gelsel and Morlarty Time Totals 32 8 27 fl AB It FO A BS B 1 1 1 MMus 3b 1 1 0 0 Frlberp 3b 4 3 1 4 Cooke If 4 0 5 tlodnpp 2b 4 Jolley rf 4 ceds Ib Oliver ef Terrell c iVelland Vndrevrs p 1 Rhodes p xFotherII 1 E 2 1 417 0 Z 1 n o o a ooo o o txRJaoD 1000 Totals 36 0 21 11 AB II FO A Myer 2b ff 2 0 7 4220 4220 3 1 li Goslln rf Cronln as Schulte cf 4 1 3 0 Bnbel Ib 4 113 l Hluesc 3b 3 I n I Sewell c 3120 IVcaver n 4300 Totals 34 13 27 li xBatted for Andrews In seventh jiDotlcd lor BJicdca In ninth Boston000 100 iVashlngton 203 100 Friberg Manasb Cronln runs batted In GosIIn 2 Kuhel J Blueie Ho lapp Myer Sehnlte 2 tvco base tlta Mannsb Kuhel Hodapp Jolley Crorun nree base hit Jolley double plays Myer to ronln to Kubel Oliver to flodapp left on bases Boston 8 Hajnlrtlkm 6 bate on balls off Welland 1 Andrews I Rhodes 1 Weaver 2 struck out by Welland 1 Weav er 2 hits off Wclland 7 In 2 23 Innings iff Andrews 2 In 3 13 Rhodes 4 In 2 oslng pitcher Umpires Summers ftnd MeGonan Time AB H PO A Efayes 2b 4 r 4 5 Haas ef 4110 Swann rf 4 1 2 If 3 0 2 3 Appllng Sullln Ib Dykes 3b Rhyne 3b Berry e Gaston p Klmsey p Miller p 9 o 0 0 3 1 3 1 3 0 o o n 3141 0000 1002 1003 Totals 30 6 24 12 All I White cf 3 Qtrcn 3b fi Gehrcr Sb ft Stone rf D Unlkcr If c OrnbiIb 4 4 220 BOO 1 S S 040 240 1 10 0 228 Hnjivtli e 15 2 3 I Herring p 3 0 0 0 TolaU 30 16 27 It Chicago Detroit 000 001 1 410 Erron Appllnc SulllVan runs batted In Qehrlnscr 4 Roeell 3 Walker 2 Owen 2 Hayworth Ureenberf stone Hayes two base hits Berry Hayes Owen three base hits Svranson Owen homeran Walker sacrifice ivhltc double playi Ho tel to Qehrlneer to Orcenberg left on bases Detroit 10 Chicago 2 base on bans oil Gaston 2 Klmse 2 Miller 2 struck out by Herring 3 Klmsey 2 hits off Gas ton 2 la 13 Innings Klmsey fl In 3 13 Miller 8 In 4 13 hit by pitcher by Kbniey Miller Gehrlnier losing pllcher OasUm empires Kolls Dlnneen and Orrniby Time 3143 An If FO A Porter rf 4 1 3 0 Clssel zb Burnett Averlll cf 3 Vosmllc If Boss Jb Kamm 3b Spenur c nildebd p First Game 3 I II 1 3201 3131 3011 Totals 30 82711 ST AB UFO A Scheln 3b 4 0 West cf 4 CfunpII rf 4 Barns Ib Levey sa Shea BKetTer p 1 Bray p Reynds 040 220 4 0 12 0 4000 4 0 211B 1022 0 fl 0 1 I 0 0 0 0 30 4 17 18 Oalled for Blaeholder In elchtti 110 Louis 000000001 Error West rnni batted In Burnei Spencer CumpfieU tiro IMM hit JteynoMi Second game AB H TO A 411 302 Porter rf Clascll 2b Burnett BS 4 1 Averlll cf 3 0 1 Vosmlk If 4 Boss Ib 4 FErmmi 3b 3 Pjllak c Elorder p 010 012 2 3 0 0 L 3142 3112 Totals 31 4 27 15 ST Garms cf Burns Ib llnoldti If Cpbell rf Slorll 3h Mellllo 21 Levey ss Hoe I e Shea c lladley n a West AB II FO A 4 1 S u 4 112 0 4020 4110 32 6 27 14 a Baited for Rnel In seventh Score by Innings Cleveland 100 000 t Lonls000 000 Levey runs batted In Burnett two base hits Porter riurnett bases on balls off lladley 2 struck out by Harder 4 Hadley 2 wild pitch Harder Umpires Jlorlorty and Geiael Time KANSAS STATE WINS TROPHY Guerillas Turn Back 20 Schools to Win Track Field Title MILWAUKEE Wls June 3 fP waged by the gueril as of Kansas State Teachers of ittsburg Kans drove back aspir ing athletes from 20 other schools and Saturday the Knute K Rockne rophy symbolic of the central in ercollegiate track and field cham pionship was on the way to the Jayhawker state Under the glare of floodlights in ie Marquette university stadium ihe Kansans won the eighth annual meet Friday night by outscoring the defending title holder Mar quette 38 to 28 Michigan State was third in the team scoring with 20 points Others scored as follows Wisconsin 18 Notre Dame 17 Michigan State Normal 9 Western State Michi gan Teachers 8 Chicago North Dakota 6 Butler Hillsdale and Grinnell 5 each Northwestern 4 Illinois State Normal 3 Oshkosh Wis Teachers 1V4 Lawrence 1 Major League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Inclndlng Fridays Games NATIONAL LEAGUE Dodgers 365 Cardinals 30 Runs tatted Phllllej 41 and Klein Phillies CO Phillies Id and P Waner Pir ates 5 rhllUes and Bergcr Braves 10 Stolen Cardinals and Flow en Dodjrers 7 Cardinals 6 AMERICAN LEAGUF Red SOT 374 Yankees 36 Rons baited While Sol and Gehrlg Yankees 35 While Sox M tyiiHanfl IB 7 In tt I Stolen Tigers s Is i I Yankees 10 GIANTS MAY BE HOPE OF EAST IN BASEBALL FINAL Hammer Phillies for 113 Victory for Sixth Straight Win By HUGH H FULLEBTON JR Associated Press Sports Writer Although the end of the baseball season still is a long way off it be gins to look as if the New York Gi ants were about the easts only hope in the National league penant race With Hal Schumacher and Bud Parmelee coming through in fine style their mound staff has rounded into good shape and at times they can give a very convincing demon stration of hitting the ball Hammer Phillies They showed how it is done Fri day when they hammered the Phil lies into submission in two big in nings to win 11 to 3 for their sixth straight over the tail enders this year Four Philadelphia flingers had a taste of the battering which netted 19 hits and although Carl Hubbell granted 14 blows he merely coast ed through tossingin nine strike outs at the crucial moments The victory put the Giants within games of the pace setting St Louis Cardinals The Brooklyn Dodgers and Bos on Braves fought to a standoff in Jieir doufaleheader while the west ern clubs all had an open date Southpaw Ed Brandt hurled the Braves to a Gl victory in the open er giving only 5 hits Ray Benge the compliment in a slight y less effective fashion to win his irst victory as a Dodger 7 to 2 in the second game Indians Stage Upset The Cleveland Indians created something of an upset in the Amer can league standing as they won wo mound duela from the St Louis Browns 2 to 1 and 1 to 0 The dou ble triumph sent Cleveland into a tie for second place with Washing ton which downed the Boston Red Sox 83 while a 54 defeat at the hands of the league leading New York Yankees sent Philadelphias Athletics down into fourth place The fourth American league ame saw the Detroit Tigers batter the Chicago White Sox into submis sion 14 to 1 with a concentrated oatting attack behind Art Herrings 6 hit flinging Get Pitching Good pitching won both of Cleve ands victories as Oral Hildebrand nested George Blaeholder and Mel Harder beat out Bump Hadley on the strength of a pair of doubles by Dick Porter and Johnny Burnett in the first inning The flinging of Lefty Gomez was an important factor in the Yankee victory as he struck out 13 rivals equalling the best major league mark this season On the other hand Mose Grove essaying the re lief role for the ninth time in 11 games gave up ahlt a wild pitch In the eighth inning to let the tying and winning runs score SOLID MAN DIES IOOFTEAM BEATS WAGNERS Odd Fellows Win Only Game of Weekend by 64 Count The I O O P won a 64 victory from the Wagner Motor company in the only league diamondball game Friday night at East park Schar lau did the pitching for the I O O F and offered up 8 scattered hits struck out one batter and walked 2 Rallies of 3 runs each in the fifth and sixth frames gave the Odd Fel lows their victory Carrolls double scored Pierce and Halley and Car roll scored on Scharlaus triple in the fifth Lincicum Wiltgen and Isaacson scored in the sixth Wagners two big innings came in the fourth and fifth Cookman scored on Hansons homer in the fifth and Wall and Tose scored Inthe fifth BASEBALL VOTING CHICAGO June 3 lat est vote on American league stars to select a team to meet National league aces at Comiskey park July 6 First Gehrii New York 3t 037 Jimmy Foxx Philadelphia 33372 Second Gehrlnger Detroit 10077 Tnny IJner1 New Vork 18484 Third Dikes Chicago 18 400 Jimmy Foxr Philadelphia 12766 Cronln Washington 33601 Frank Crosettl New Vnrk 3J34 Slmrnnns Chleacn 40218 Bnbo Halh JVeir Vork 38U1 Enrl Averlll Cleveland 31881 Dickey New Vork niB81 Mlcfcry Cochrane Fhlladrlpbln 18943 Grove rhlladelphTi Vernon Gomez New Vork 23062 Wrs Fcr rell Cleveland 14881 Oral Hlldebrand Cleveland 10353 WILLIAM MULDOON NATIONAL LEAGUE BOXSCORES NEW AB H TO A JJIoore II fl 1 1 0 Feel If 1 I 1 0 Crili Ib Otl rl Leslie Ib 2 L a z i 6380 3b 5 2 0 2 3 Davis cf 3 Ifancuso Ryan 9 0 1 Hubbell p 5 0 0 3 Totals 46 JO Z7 S KulHs ef Finn 2b Klein rf Hunt Ib Kartell ss Lee If V Davis e ft AB II SO A 1 1 4024 4 a 3 1 11170 K 2 0 3 IVamer ab 4 Rhem p 21 1 3 1 Collins p xTodd Flckrcl p 1 0 0 u 0000 AAIoore p 1 0 0 I Totals 41 14 21 20 xBatted for Collins in iladelphia 000 085 000 120 3 Errors MancUBo 2 Warner runs batted n Wnrner Ott O Davlj 3 Ryan a Hub bell Hurat 2 Leslie two base hits Ver ier Warner Klein Hurst Crltz V Darts Le J Klein aaormce ManeuRo double plays stolen base Bartell lo Finn lo V BaiU to Finn JeM on bMej New York U Philadelphia 13 base on balls off Kbem 1 Hubbell 1 A Moore 1 struck out by Hcbbell 0 A Moore 1 hits off Bhem 9 In 4 13 Collins 1 In 23 Flckrel 4 In 0 none out In A Moore a In 4 hit by pitcher by Hubbell wild pltcb Bhrm lonlnj pitcher m Umpires Moron ana Renrdan Time 1 AH Taylor cf 4 Strlpp 3D 4 Kdrlck rf 4 WllEon It 4 C Velio 2b 4 1 1 3 JJordan us 3 012 Bstte ID 3 L 8 0 Lopei Oaten First Game 030 013 200 1 2 Z 0 4 2 a o Carroll p 2013 Shantft p 0 0 0 o xiFIowra 100 Ryan p 0000 Tola 32 6 34 12 ABRPO A Urbikl is 4 0 I 3 Mrlte 2b A 0 3 Moore rf 3 2 4 a Bcrger cf BJdon Ib 4 Mowry If SpohrtT c 4 1 Knotbr 3b 4 1 Brandt p 4 2 2 4 Z 2 Z S 2 1 0 0 0 Totals 34 12 27 S iBatted for LoDcr In eighth xxBatted for Shnute In eighth iroohljTi 000 000 Doston DID 010 Error BIsKonctte runs baited In B Jor dan 2 Spohrcr Moore 2 Mowryt Wilson two base IlUs Frederick 2 Bluonctte Knofhe B Jordan MonTy Urandt stolen Jane Spohrcr sacrifice Lrhanskl double Hay Cueelnello to J Jordan to Fllenonctte left on bnacs Drooklyn 4 Boston 8 base on balls otf Carrall 2 struck out by Car roll 3 Brandt 7 Ryan 2 hits otf Carrull 10 In 0 13 Innings Shnute 1 In 23 Ryan 1 In 1 hit by pitcher by Carroll Tlli pitch Drnndt passed ball Outen los ng pitcher Carrall Umpires MagerkUrtli and JicGren Time 7 An II PO A Taylor cf 4130 Strfpp 3b 2002 Flowers 3h S 2 fl 3 Fdrlck rf 0 2 0 1 iVIlon If A 2 4 0 DVello 2b 4 2 0 S TJordnn as 4 Bstte Ib 4 Second Game 2 1C 1 0 oner e Benge p 2 0 0 37 13 27 15 TJrbSlU IK 4 Mrllc 2b 3 xllargrave 1 Oyseln 2b 0 Moore rf 3 Berber ef 4 034 121 ado 000 010 1 BJdan Ib 4 2 I Mowry If 4130 Spohrer c 4 Z 0 2 Knnlhe 3b 4 0 1 1 Cantwell p 2 1 1 1 Mnnjrom p 0 0 0 1 Tolols 33 B 27 17 xBalted for Marativllle In eighth Brooklyn 000 010 000 110 Errors Taylor Cucelnello Spohrer Flatted Inr tlourcrs 2 Taylor Cueelnello 2 Lopez B Jordan Cantwell two base hit R Jordan three base hit Taylor home ran Cueelnello stolen bases Flowem 3 Wilson sacrifices Taylor Btngc 2 Cant well Moore left on bodes Brooklyn S Bos ton 6 bnsn on halls off Cantwell 2 struck ont bf Denge 3 hllj off Cantwell II In 7 13 Manfrnm 2 In 1 23 passed hall Spohrer loslnp pitcher Cantwell Umpires MeGraw and Mojrerkprth Time FIGHT RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Levfnuky Chicago out pointed Tuffy Grtfrttlii Stoat City lown Jack Roper Chicago outpointed Fran Id e Slmmn Cleveland Marty Sampflon New atopned Tony de Marco Cleveland EW Jeby New York oat pointed AI KVttuil Newark K J Abe Feldman New Vork knocked oat Marty Kerry Oklahoma Charley Mannera Plttflbargh i topped Barney Baker Brook lyn EAU CIATBE Joe TUvrra Cedar Baplda Iowa BlUy Glad stone JOB Bminvte Blnghainp ton N Y outpointed Jackie Charvex To peka Jnc Jim Ron ClnclnnaU knocked oat Raby Joe Mendez Mexico City The great majority of the natives of Java are farmers or agricultural labor era GRAND OLD MAN OF ATHLETICS IS FAMOUS TRAINER Succumbs at Dawn After 88 Years of Active Life PURCHASE N Y June 3 William Muldooa state boxing com missioner and grand old man athletics died Saturday in his eightyninth year He was born at Belfast N Y May 25 1845 The veteran sportsman a noted expert on health methods origina tor of the health farm idea and Intimate of leading sports figures for half a century succumbed short ly before 5 am at his estate here Only nine days ago he celebrated his eightyeighth birthday Hisfirst experience with a sick bed was two years ago when he fell from a horse Later he recovered and an nounced he would live for many more years but the tell tale idl ments of old age began to take their toll and on his last birthday he was confined to his home Solid Man of Sport Muldoon a link binding the earliest days of Marquis of Queens bury boxing with the present be came known aa the solid man of sport by hs leadership of the New York State Athletic commission one of the most powerful regulating or ganizations in the boxing world He was appointed to the commis sion in 1921 when boxing became legal again in the state under the Walker law and he served with au iron hand several times as chair man always a dominating factor for more than a dozen years A big man proud of his years and still almost as mighty as in the days when he ruled as world Greco Roman wrestling champion Mul doon was a strict disciplinarian He wrote the rules of the commission now copied in almost every state where boxing is legal he forced fighters managers and prompters to stay within the code and fought many a heated battle with the late Tex Richard when that promoter was building a monopoly for Madi son Square Garden Cleans Up Game Aside from codification of the rules he brought about adoption of a no smoking rule in all New York fight clubs eliminated guar antees for boxers and substituted percentages forced a stipulated fee for preliminary boxers and by se vere punishment drove sharpers fake fights and fouls from New York state rings He stood as a rock against Rick ards efforts to promote a match be tween Jack Dempsey and the Ne gro Harry Wills in 1925 and was Instrumental in forcing the pro moter to give Gene Turmey his title chance His friendship for Tunney and the encouragement he gave the young fighter prompted Gene to set up the M u 1 d o o nTunney heavyweight trophy when in 1928 he retired as the undefeated cham pion In April 1932 Muldoon who nev er married announced that he had adopted his secretary Miss Mar garet Farrell who was 43 years old and had named her heir to his es tate estimated then at more than in value During his career Muldoon was a drummer boy in the Civil war a fortner GraecoRoman wrestling champion of the world exactor and czar of boxing in this state Was Farm Boy He was a farm boy sturdy and 15 when he enlisted for the war he tween the states His next regular job was on the New York police force From there he went to pro fessional wreatling which took him on a tour of the world including the Orient Then came the business of train ing prize fighters John L Sullivan Boston strong boy was tamed by hla stern methods at a time when the unruly Sullivan badly needed conditioning The story goes that the taming process culminated in a rough and tumble in which Mul doons wrestling skill convinced the boxer he had better behave When he left the boxing business and devoted himself to the health farm idea he became a millionaire Presidents bankers and titans of industries were numbered among his patrons and staunch friends Had No Favorites 1 But they got no favors at the Muldoon farm No tobacco no drinks plenty of sleep plenty of exercise were the rules at his establishment and the mightiest of them had to obey During his stage career he ap peared with Maurice Barrymore Rose Coghlan Robert Downing and other stars playing strong man roles in such vehicles as Spartacus and the Gladiators WRESTLING RESULTS By THK ASSOCIATED InFSS Savnldl 202 Three OA Mleb threw itl Utlea N V RED BIRDS EDGE OUT MILLERS IN STANDINGS FIGHT Lead by 2 Full Games After 96 Victory Saints Defeat Toledo CHICAGO June 3 bus hustling Hed Birds Saturday had the big edge over Minneapolis in their hand to hand battle for first place in the American associa tion The Millers put lip a bitter tus sle in the opening game of the set Friday but the Birds produced the necessary punch and won 9 to 6 The victory Increased Columbus lead to two full games with three more shots at the Millers on the Red Bird grounds Johnny Marcum produced a 4 hit pitching performance against Kan sas City and Louisville coasted to an easy 8 to 1 victory Lea Munns also pitched 4 hit ball for St Paul as the Saints defeated Toledo 13 to 1 In the first game of a doubleheader The Mud Hens however came back in the second game for an 8 to 1 victory St Paul raked Thornton Lee Franli Nekola and Forrest Twogood for 12 hits in the opener Indianapolis did some lusty hit ting to defeat Milwaukee 13 to 4 in a night game LEVINSKYWTNSi PURSE HELD UP Victor in Griffiths Fight Shows Little Respect for Referee CHICAGO June 3 vinsky Chicagos wild swinging heavyweight Saturday was all square with Tuffy Griffiths of Sioux City Iowa as far as fighting was concerned but had some explaining to do before corning into possession of a purse of around 2000 After the king had mauled out a 10 round decision over Griffiths last night at Mills stadium Joseph Triner chairman of the HHnois State Athletic commission ordered the winners purse held up pend ing an investigation into the Le vinsky conduct in the ring Triner thought Levirisky who outpointed Griffiths by a big mar gin showed too little respect i for Referee Little Phil Collins Levihsky shoved Collins about the ring and on one occasion reached over the officials shoulder for a punch at Griffiths Griffiths claimed to have suffered a fracture of his right thumb early In the bout Levinskys victory evened a de cision won by Griffiths about two years ago On that occasion the Levinsky interests guaranteed Griffiths 25000 for the fight BAER READY FOR SCHMELING BOUT California in Near Perfect Condition for June S Fight in New York ATLANTIC CITY N J June S Max Baer fails to whip Max Schmeling in the Yankee stadium next Thursday night hell have no alibis on the score of physical con dition The big Californian training seri ously for perhaps the first time in his life haa worked himself into the finest condition of bis career At the of a brief workout Fri day Baer scaled 210 pounds only a couple of pounds more than he expectR to weigh the night of the fight He hasnt suffered a single cut or injury and extreme caution is being exercised to aee that none develops in the last few days of training Greenland was so named by crat ty Eric the Red to induce colonists from Iceland tosettle in the new country PLAYLANQ FUN GALORE jGueitY are to itkt inert jaurrts out into MinneioUs Likes cen cUy am return each evening to real comfortable nijtrt The Curtis IMS frovtlMpirdcr CURTBHOflL JWi StrKt 3d la fe Ayr M INNE APOLIS 8 Hn
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