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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 4, 1933, Mason City, Iowa BIGHT MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE AUGUST 4 m 1933 Y M C A ANNOUNCES TOURNEY PAIRINGS TOMPKINS WHIPS SPARGO IN 8 AT OPEN AIR SHOW Wallace Kayoes Grimm in 3 Munson Stops Loth Martin Wins BEGAZETTE SPORTS GLOBEGAZETTE DECISIONS Freddie Tompldni 337 Mason City out pointed FnuiWe Sparge 146 Slonx Falls SDak In 8 rounds IVully Wallace 148 WlUamiuurr bracked out Reggie Grimm 154 City In 1 minute of the third roond Merle Mnnsoij 170 Forest City knocked out Marvin Loin 169 Ventura In 46 sec onds of firfif round Bed Martin 135 Mason City outpoint ed Lyla Wright 131 Mason city In a 3 round amateur preliminary Lyle Tanner 124 Mason City oulpolnlcd August Alt 125 Iowa Falls In 3 Kelly retereed all bonlsj Capt Fred erickShaffer announced Burt Cedar Rapids Clash in Final of Legion Tourney AMERICAN LEAGUE BOXSCORES THURSDAYS RESULTS All II PO Bishop 2b 5 2 Cramer ef 5 3 Cochrane c 4 0 Foil Ib 3 Colean rf 6 2 1 Johnson If a 1 1 HlKglns 31 3 Wlms is 1 Grove n 4 1 0 1 1 024 000 zBatted for Fennock In eighth Philadelphia Freddie Tompkins of Mason City gave Frankie Spargo of Sioux Falls S Dak Mason Citys former fight ing a neat boxing lesson Thursday evening at the fairgrounds York as the local southpaw knocked down Error chapmau Spargo twice with his left in the1 opening round and then went on to take every round with the exception of the second which was a draw NEW AB II PO A 4 3 4 0 2030 3001 0000 Combs ct Sen ell 3D Ruth rf Byril rf Gehrii Ib Chman If 4 0 3 0 Lazzerl 5b 3 1 2 4 Dickey c 415 Crosettl ss 3 A lie I p 0 0 IS 1 0 3 1 1012 Pennocfc p 0 0 0 0 tRurflng Devens p 30 5 27 H 1000 0000 003 000 ooo oao 3 G homemn nrr a f WBJB un l bi i 1 alruck Outside of a brief rally following Kmwck KlITnlTcn nnantnn I PK 1J JOSlnB pltcjl the surprise of the opening round er Alien Spargo failed to match the Mason aaaTUne Cityan in ring tactics Tompkins Bet to work as soon as the bout ABHPOA opened and methodically boxed his 5b i i a foe to a pulp Spargo carried a cooke Cf 8 o i c potent right but he carried it I throughout the bout without using jb 2 o i it more than a couple of times to Joiiey n 42 any advantage lb 2 i n fi Welch p 000 Chops at Up I S J 3 n John p 0 0 0 Spargos blows glanced over iveiiand p o o i o Tompkins head and shoulders like I i a o o rain on a roof while Tompkins dove in and chopped at Spargos lip until it wag raw with left jabs Spargo missed repeatedly in the sixth and Tompkins finally sent him to his knees with another left to the jaw Throughout the seventh and oooo 1100 Totals 34 9 24 13 AB l PO 2b K 0 3 Goslln rf 300 Jfclee rf 110 Manush If S 2 3 Cronln 85 420 Harris cf 3 1 2 Schnlte cf 1 0 1 Kubel 16 4310 nluejre 3b 3 1 2 Senell c 428 Whltell p 3 2 o sell p 0 0 o 0 Totals xBatted for Andrews In sixth xillun for Alexander In slilh ixiBntted for II Johnjon In eljhlh Boston eighth rounds Spargo walked into aanington 123 attacks from Tompkina until the Dakotan was practically out on his feet 000 001 VVaUy Wallace of Wiiliamsburg made the most auspicious showing in the preliminaries by his knockout victory over Reggie Grimm of Ma son City in one minute of the third round The lanky punch wielder was to o 1 png and wiry for the Mason Ci thelirst round for counts of8 He took two counts of 9 and 8 respec tively in the second round and wen down for good in the third Grimm substituted for Harold White of Ma son City in the bout The first knockdown was from a rabbit punch Rights to the head and jaw sent Grimm down the other times At the end of the second round Wallace left the ring thinking the bout was over but he was called back to finish in the third Munson Wns Merle Munson of Forest City was credited with a knockout over Mar vin Loth of Ventura with Httle trou ble when the Venturan appearing to be out of condition chopped one to Munsons head with such force that both went down As Loth hit the canvas his head cracked on the solid floor and he practically knocked out himself He was count ed out in 46 seconds Red Martin of Mason City won a 3 round amateur bout from Lyle Wright on points Martin went down in the first round from a bat tering of rights and lefts to the jaw but he came back in the last Z rounds of the bout and poured lefts to Wrights head until he dropped at the close of the round Martin continued to plaster Wright in the closing round Lyle Tanner of Mason City out pointed August Alt of Iowa Falls in the opening bout of the bill winning the final 2 rounds of the bout after losing the opening round Tanner directed his attack at Alts nose Russ Kelly plans to hold another outdoor show at the fairgrounds next Thursday evening Under South Carolina law eees fall into three classesSouth Caro lina eggs shipped eggs and cold storage eggs 001 2JO six Errors Werber Crrmln runs In Mannsh Seivell WWtelHI Bluese Z FeV 3 IVerber tvo base hit Wallers Cronln Bluege R John hlt hltehlll Russell double plnys Werber ta Cro nln to Mjer to Kuheli left on bases Boston 8 1Z base on balls olf Btolvn 1 1 Welland 2 Km BlraCk out by hill 8 hits oil Welch 0 In 0 BTOBT 7 Z3 Andrews 1 In z3 H Johnson i in ln B It 3 nM MI tto X pitcher WBItehlll hninj pltcrler Brawn Umpires ZucGawan and Summers Time KOSSUTH COUNTY NINE WINS FROM IE MARS 6 TO 5 Cedar Rapids Cuts Down Early Lead to Win From Burlington ROCKWELL CITY Aug 4 With two victories to their credit the Cedar Rapids Junior American Legion baseball players loomed as the probable state champions to day having only todefeat Burt in the final round today to cop the title The Cedar Rapida team whipped its most formidable rival from Burlington yesterday 4 to 3 The losers went into the lead by scoring two runsin the first inning but Cedar Rapids counted three time in the fifth after scoring once the fourth Burt went into a tie for secon place with Burlington by ddwnin Le liars 6 to 5 The game was de cided in the eighth inning when Burt sent three runs across th plate after Le Mars had scorec twice LARRUPING LOU By Jack Sords AB R 40 5 0 S 1 31 51 41 40 40 n PO A 130 0302 I 1 1 17 0X 38 12 20 An Jr FO A Porter rf 4120 Burnett ss 0 1 4 2 4 2 12 i Boas lb Averlll cf S 2 1 Vosmlk ti 2 4 0 ItPilft 2b 5128 Kamm 3b 4 Z 0 4 Pytlnk c 3112 Harder p I t 3 ST AB II PO A Storll 3b 4312 IVest ct 4040 ReynJs If 3 2 Z u Campll Burns Ib Mctlllo 2 Shea c Levey ss p Gunns rf 4 I 4261 4 1 I 2 2011 1000 1000 Totals 33 927 11 tor Shea In ninth uBatted for Wells In ninth Cleveland St Louis 000 200 000 110 Errors none runs batted In Ifale Campbell Storll Averlll Z Porter Boss 2 tiro bane hlls Averlll Stortl Bnrnett Vos mlk three base hit Reynolds homcrun ale stolen base Kamm sacrifices Por ter Hells Boss left on bases Cteveltml R St Louis 7 base on balls olf Haier 2 Hells 1 tmck out by Wells 3 Um pires Rolls Vnn Oraflan and HUdebrnnd Time STANDINGS The box score5 LE lleyen 3b Sums If ueli ss abb ef Icrtram lb fnebcl p telhn c derwal 3b ennlng jf Total ewart si anna lb eeper ab Iddle plf ivaldt Ifp Horn ef ogel 2o arter rf Totals Score by innings 000 003 Bu 112 000 base Ml Dahb atolen bate btewart Leeper Blgsbee BnmB Paetz 3 Dabb 3 Bertram Penning left on bases Bart 7 Ic Mars 8 struck out by Riddle 2 Ewaldt 3 Naebel 8 bases on ball off Kiddle 2 Eivald 1 Umpires Hclk and Corn Time 38 5 10 S4 10 4 AB R H PO A E 002020 411 I 1 1 4 1 2 2 4 0 2 1 4 105 4023 4126 1 1 1 1 0 4 1 0 0 1 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 37 6 13 21 11 3 CEDAR Kadlec cf Miller 2b S Cnlu 3b 3 Dunbar If 4 Ifnrbert p 4 Sclimatt e 4 Bcdnasek rf4 lijncald ss 4 Spencer Ib 4 All K H IO A E 123 002 n o o I i o i 0 o Oil 110 1 2 11 0 0 2 0 36 4 8 27 11 3 U Lowell If 3 Peterson 2b 3 AB B H IO A E 10400 SOU Cf ilarlln ss Gardner nnush lb uddl combe c rtfier p Keopf 3b Llnd rf Totals Score bjInnings edar Ilaplds Burlington 4 2 1 0 000 101 00 1 1 II 1 072 003 01 3 000 30 3 2 27 12 3 AMERICAN LEAGUE IV L Pctl L Washlnitn 63 35 47 52 New York 80 38 trolt 47 83 SQOJnoston 44 83 4001 St Ixiuls 30 67 NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pctl w j htw York B8 30 BOajEloston 81 50 Phllannla 49 4Q Cleveland 51 53 Plttsbnrjch 81 ChlcnRo lists St LouU 54 46 MOtHrooklyn 40 56 SlOlrcJnnnll 42 62 Pet 415 470 451 36H Pet 503 433 417 401 For an Enjoyable Evening BARBECUED RIBS DINE and DANCE MAPLE INN 0 Oia Fried Sprint 32 Heer nn to Phone 1B39 D01 Foorth If S E BASEBALL Double Header DANIEW OF DES MOINES vs CHARLES CITY LIONS AT LION FIELD CHARLES CITY SUNDAY AUG 6 First Game Starts at 2 P M Admission 25c CnlnibLlK Mlnnoll St rani Indpolh AMERICAN ASSOCIATION I W L Pel BO 38 simi IxmNvllla 05 87 477 63 40 Toledn 53 87 477 65 51 401 Kan City 43 70 iail Dnvport n lalnnd Peoria Topekd D Mnlncj St Jflsrph SpringUrld MISSISSIPPI VALLEY LKAGUE W I Pet i Pct 16 S 132 Springfield in 13 451 12 30 5451 nnlnc 11 13 4381 Keobnk 8 U 364 8 18 333 WESTERN LEAGUE L Pet I 17 7 13 12 15 ID Rnrfvlllo 13 13 100 if i 13 423 14 10 4 23 148 WRESTLING RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PHESS TOWEIL SavolJI 201 dAl BANISHES 000 130 0001 200 001 bane hit Uunbar ntolen pases KnMcc Klncaid 2 Powell Mannsh 2 ft on bases Cedar Rapids 7 Burlington struck out by linrbert 10 Crlner 6 anea nn balls off Hnrbert 4 Crlnee 2 Umpires Corry nnd Delk Time TO PLAY FOR CUP Sarah Palfrey Takes Place in Competition With Great Britain NEW YORK Aug 4 Helen Wills Moody captain of the united States Wightman cup team decided today not to play in the cup matches against Great Britain this afternoon because of an injury to her back and Sarah Pal frey was named to play singles in her place Mrs Moody will act as nonplay ing captain for todays matches and hopes to be able to swing back Into action tomorrow the decision to be made after a further examin ation by her physician The injury to Mrs Moodys back diagnosed by Dr Benjamin P Far fell as a minor sprain Is an old one aggravated by practice the last few days Major League Leaders By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Oncludrnic Thursdays Games NATIONAL LEAGUE Klein Phillies 385 Cardinals SO batted Phillies DJ Phillies 140 PMllle 34 pirates 18 nrave 19 Stolen Cardinals 15 Cubs B3 AMERICAN LEAGUE Sol 160 Hroitni 33 Triples Comb Yankees Reynolds Athlelks 30 7 era l Vnnkees Walker AfU Yunkew SJ RISH INVADERS BEATEN 6 TO 2 Yankee Amateurs Win From Foreign Simon Piires in International Bouts CHICAGO Aug 4 Mulligan a big Irish copper stand ing six feet four inches started back to hig home in dear old Ireland today with his left ankle in a cast and a lump on his jaw ag the only knockout victim of the international amateur boxingbouts fought in Soldier Field last night before 50 000 spectators Mulligan was kayoed in the first round by John Pacek Chicago heavyweight The American Golden Glove champions triumphed over the Irish invaders six bouts to two in the third series of international con tests The American team in the first international conflict two years ago conquered invaders from France and tied the Germans last year It was a rout for the Irish the Americans winning aix successive bouts Georga Van Der Hayden of South Bend Ind featherweight gave the Americans their first vic tory by defeating Paddy Hughes of Ireland on a technical knockout in the third round Edward Ward lightweight Negro southpaw of Chi cago defeated Ernie Smith of Ire land while William Celebron Rock ford HI won from Johnny Ken nedy Ireland Freddie Caserio Chi cago middleweight kept the ball rolling for the Americans by de feating Paddy Hennelly Ireland Max Marekdeeisioned Dick Hearns in the light heavyweight division 34 Round Fight Card Listed at Ft Dodge FT DODGE Aug 4 terweights lightweights and ban tamweights will take part in a u round boxing show here tonight The show is sponsored by the local SUs club Fights scheduled include Young Rightner Sioux City va Jimmy Salvator Ft Dodge aix rounds Jimmie LeGrone Des Homes vs Jimmie Thompson Min neapolis six rounds Jess Acker man Des Moines vs Mel Rice Sac City aix rounds Henry Falegano Des Moines vs Buddy Rogers Sioux City four rounds Vale Fale gano Des Moines vs Harold Rog ers Sious City four rounds Kid Jabbo Sioux City vs Pep Jennings Des Moines four rounds and Batt lingHaire Ft Dodge vs Jack Johnson Sac City four rounds Hitless Pitching Bests Northwood at Lake Mills LAKE MILLS Aug Mills junior baseball team won a decisive victory over Northwood Thursday by a score of 12 to 0 Bat tery for the locals Braner and Bredeson Northwood Lunberg and Douglas Braner held the opposing batsmen hitless and runless and registered 13 strike outs to his credit BATS ANNOUNCE REST OF GAMES Waterloo Cardinals Play HereSunday State Champs Booked With a heavy schedule of strong teams lined up the Mason City Bats go into the last month of the season facing the Waterloo Cardinals at the fairgrounds Sunday afternoon The two teams will meet each other at Corwith under the lights Sunday night also Manager Harry Dear min announces an almost entirely new lineup for the Bats Sunday Wednesday Aug 9 the Bats wili play the Cubans at 5 oclock at the fairgrounds Sunday Aug 13 the Daniels team of Des Moines will face the Bats at the fairgrounds and both teams will play each other at Hampton at night Sunday Aug 20 the Bats will journey to Algona Sunday night the local team will play Forest City under the lights at Corwith On Aug 27 the state champion Read lyn team is booked for a game here Readlyn features their pitcher Bullet Bulgrene who was the outstanding player In the state tournament The season will close on Sept 7 when the Eastern House of David featuring Grover Cleveland Alex ander will play the Bats at the fairgrounds in a night game Tha Davids will bring their own lighting plant CLEAR LAKE TO MEET LOCALS Tennis Clubs Scheduled at Forest Park Courts at Oclock The Clear Lake tennis club will meet the Mason City tennis club at oclock Friday night at the Forest Park courts Four singles matches and two double matches will be played Jack Struyk Herb Fatten Jack Balmer and Bill Mey ers will play in the singles matches for Mason City and the teams of Ozzie Meyers and Judge Grirasley and Douglas Weaver and Bud Suter or Woodrow and Sterling Prussia will make up the doubles teams No admission will be charged BOB GROVE ENDS YANKEE 2 YEAR SCORING RECORD Defeat Puts New Yorker Three Games Behind Washington By HUGH S FULLERTON Jr Associated Press Sports Writer Robert Moses Grove lean let hander of the Philadelphia Athletic today had another battered baseba1 to add to his collection of souvenirs Yesterday Grove shut out th New York Yankees accomplishing a feat that had eluded every othe American league hurler for two ful years and breaking a record strini of 308 consecutive games in whlci the worlds champions had scored run or more It was a personal tri umph for Grove who had 6000 New Yorkfans cheering him on through the last three Innings and when the last out was made and the As had won 7 to 0 he turned to Max Bisho and demanded the ball Chapman Babbles in Third The brilliant southpaw received considerable aid from Ben Chapman of the Yanks who committed a audy error in the third and handed he As two runs and from Jimmie oxx who clouted his thirtieth lomcr with two on but it was his own ability to bear down In the pinches that decided the issue He ave only five hits and twice retired Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig with runners on the sacks fanning1 the each time The defeat put the Yanks three arnes behind in their race with Vashlngton for the American league ead as the Senators beat the Bos on Red Sox 8 to 4 clouting five itchers for 14 hits The Athletics in third place still ailed to shake off the fourth place leveland Indians only a game be ind them scored four runs in the Inth to beat the St Louis Browns 2 The DetroitChicago struggle or fifth place was put over until oday because of rain Cubs Cards Move Up The Chicago Cubs and St Louis Cardinals third and fourth respect vely in the National league both ained on the pace setting New rork Giants and Pittsburgh Pirates The Cards smacked Bill Swift for our runs in the fifth and sixth just efore a heavy rain cut the contest hort and defeated the Pirates 4 to Dizzy Dean effectively stilled the irates bats Charley Grimm Chicago man ger hit his first homer of the sea on in the eighth inning of a mound uel between Guy Bush and Paul Rrringer to give the Cubs a 2 to 1 ictory over Cincinnati The Reds ook another severe blow when jeorge Grantham star infielder ractured an ankle sliding into third i the seventh The Boston Braves beat the rooklyn Dodgers 3 to 0 as Tom achary allowed only two singles nd didnt let a Brooklyn runner et past second The GiantsPhillies game was ostponed on account of threateu ig weather RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED WESTERN LEAGUE Den 13 Jnplln 8 OmnJm 8D Spring I eld 35 Top elm 71 C MnnkoRee ElarttFflvllte A St Tonern 3 Frtdnyn Gamea JapllTi at UPS Molnfff Topcka nt Muflkugec Springfield at Omaha St Joseph at ZlnrtlenvMle XATIOXAI XEAOVE Boston 3 Brooklyn 0 St Ixvnn 4 niUbursh 1 Chicago Cincinnati I Xew York nt Philadelphia rain FridayA St IxinJs at PLUriburgh New York at Philadelphia at Boston Only games scheduled AMERICAN LEAGUE Philadelphia Tt New York 0 nit ton S Bnflton 4 Cleveland 1 St Iouls 2 Chicago at Dftrolt rnln damei ChlcaRO at net roll Only Rame scheduled AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Columbus frDj 37 5t Faul Z Xxmlnvllte 1 sas Clly at Toledo raJn Minneapolis at Indianapolis rain MISSISSIPPI VALLEY LEAGUE Davenport ftll Qnlncy 43 Peoria fifl Keoknk 42 Rock Inland 73 Spring field 34 Fridays Grunts Rock Island at Teorla Keoknlt at Qnlncy Sprinefleld at Dnvenport Sunday Aug 6 3 P M Denison Club Grounds DENISON CLUB vs ALBERT LEA Southern MinnesotaIowa league Gnme Admission Adults 35c Children Free NATIONAL LEAGUE BOXSCORES THtmSDAYS RESULTS AB 11 IO A Adams 3b 1 0 0 H Mey si26 3133 Hater cf 4 1 1 D Moore If 3030 Btlfy Ib 4 1 12 0 Grham 2b 3 1 0 Blaere 0000 xLncas 1000 e rf 4 X Z 0 Manfon c 3 1 4 u Drger p 3 0 0 3 AB H PO A Koenlg 3b 2 0 1 HHan 2b 3 1 4 3 Cuyler If 4 0 i FHan rf 3 0 0 1 0 1 Dmree cf 4 Carnpll c 4 1 Hnrtnptt c 0 0 0 firtmm Ib 4 3 20 0 argej 4 2 3 Bush p 3000 Totali 30 6 24 13 Totals 31 g 37 12 xBatled for Blncge In ninth Cincinnati ooo 000 Chicago Q00 noi Error Campbell runs batted In ttlce Campbell Grimm tiro base hits Grimm ipmerun Grbnm stolen bases Grantham fvoenlg sacrifices Morrlssey Koenlg dou blo plays Campbell to w Herman Jurscs V to Crlmm left on bases Cincinnati 6 Chicago 10 bases on balls off Berrlnser 4 Bush 3 struck out by llerrlnner 4 Bush 4 Umpires Klem and Pflrman lime 1B7 ST AB II TO A Martin 3b 3 2 I 1 Vatklns rf 3 11 0 2b 3033 rawfd lb 3 1 3 2 Hwlek It 3 1 l o Orsattl cf 3 1 1 o Vllson c 3141 Jrher ss 3 0 2 I Dean p 2020 Total 26 7 28 S PITTSB CHOI AB II IO A L cf 1 1 2 0 T IVer rf 3 3 2 0 Cmnky If 3 0 S 0 Vlhnn ss 2 0 0 1 Tranor 3b 3 1 0 0 Suhr lb 214 Plct 20 1022 Mnney c 2020 Swift p 2011 Tolals 22 e 18 S t IouIs Itlsbursh 000 0221 001 Called end of fcrrprs Vnusuan Plet run hutted In IJttsbnrsh 4 bales struck out by Dean Ires JlcGrew line balls off 4 Swift 2 TJm and Magerkurtu AB II PO A aylor cf 4060 trlpp 3b 4001 utchn rf 3 t I 0 Uson If 3040 esile lb 2160 clo 2b Z 0 1 3 rljfht ss 3 0 2 3 OPez c 3040 nrroll p 2 0 0 L xfcdrlek 1000 Totals 27 224 8 AR H PO TJrbslu ss 4 2 1 a ifi 4 1x4 n Berber cf 4 1 5 o Mnnrc rf 4130 Whlly 3b 4 I 0 1 Lee If 4010 Hofran c 3 0 0 n MrIlle 2b 3 2 n 3 Zachary p 3 0 0 0 Totals 33 g 27 j ilnt base In fifth for catcher Mrrerencev j for Carroll In ninth 000 000 000 002 trrons Cucclncllo Wrluht runs atted In Moore Urbunskl two base hits laranvlllE nerger double plays Whllne AlaranvllEc to Jordan Mamnvllle to Ijr anskl to Jordan left on bases Brooklyn Boston 8 bases on balls off Zacliary 1 ruck out bjCarroll 2 wild pitch Carroll mplrcs Moran Renrdon and Powell Time Charles City Lions to Meet Packer Nine CHARLES CITY Aug ions baseball team went to Austin inn today to play the Austin ackers in a twilight game They play a doubleheader on Lion eldhere Sunday with the Daniels ire team of Des Moines The state hampion Readlyn baseball club has een booked to play here on Lion eld Aug 13 TWO DOZEN CLUBS PAIRED AS DATES OF CONTEST NEAR Mier Wolfs Rockwell Open Tournament at 7 P M Next Monday Pairings of two dozen teams in the third annual IowaSouthern Minnesota dlamondball tournament slated for Roosevelt stadium Aug 7 to Aug 12 were announced Fri day from the local Y M C A tourney sponsors Four games to open the batfest will bring Mier Wolfs and Rockwell together as well as Goodell and the 40 and 8 Oaage and I O O F Kensett and the Decker lowanas The first contest ia scheduled for T p m Monday First Bound Byes a the Evening Tribune club of Albert Lea Minn Deckers Choice Meats and Jolce are the clubs which drew first round byes in the initial bracket Second bracket clubs will get un der way Tuesday evening Marshall Swift and Wagner Motor being scheduled at 7 p m Following will be Wolfs of Austin and the Rudd Plow Boys Nora Springs and Clear Lake Manly Tigers and Joe Daniels The Pontiacs State Brand Gar ner and the Bancos will move di rectly to the second round by virtue of byes in the initial pairings Wednesday Pairings Wednesday night will bring to gether Algona and the Albert Lea Tribune clubs Deckers Choice Meats and Joice and the four win ners of Moindays contests State Brand and Garner will open their share of the tournament Thursday night with the Pontiacs and Bancos meeting first round win ners of Mondays contests Four games each evening are called for by the tournament sched ule with plans made to start the program at 7 p m and complete each contest within an hour Wiridup Thursday Night The windup contest will be called for 10 p m Thursday to be pre ceded by a consolation game at 9 J m and fourth round contests in each bracket of the pairings at 7 p tn and 8 p m Tickets for the games are availa ble at the local Y M C A and will also be available at the stadium Trying to keep a girl pleased is as futile as lathering a mirror and shaving the reflection Arizona KittyKat HEY Skeet Shoot REGULATION TRAP Sunday Aug 6 1933 Sandwiches Cold Drinks 1 Miles West of Mason City S Miles East of Clear Ijike on Highway No 18 Bring Your Own Shells Backyard reflections of Justa retailer I Read an editorial recently reprinted from the La Crosse Tribune entitled Depression Cant Cure Itseif in which lie says among other things that re tail prices are rising faster than wages Gueas hes right as far as he goes and we agree that this shouldnt be But why retail prices only A little in vestigation would convince him that commodity prices and wholesale prices have risen much faster and higher than retail prices Right today due to many merchants passing early savings on to their customers retail prices on many items are lower than present wholesale prices Why make his retailer the goat when he is forced by pressure of rapidly sis ing wholesale prices to pass at least part of the rise on Weve just unpacked a fine new bunch of fall suits con tracted at old prices Hart Schaffner Marx Stylemor Varsity Town 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