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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 5, 1946, Mason City, Iowa                                Oct 5 1916 Mann City Maion city NORTH IOWA FOOTBALL LIONS STAY UNBEATEN TRIP IOWA FALLS 137 Clear Lions capture their 3rd straight North Centra conference game here Friday evening by defeating Iowa Falls 137 The Cadets opened strong am continued to play a top grade o football throughout the game bu Clear Lake came out on top In the 1st quarter Olson completed a pass to Crane for the 1st score Brenfangof Iowa Falls tied up the game with a brilliant 70yan fun bringing the halftime score to 77 In the 2nd half Joslyn scampered over the Cadet goal for Clear Lakes 2nd and final touch down BUFFALO CENTER 9 BELMOND BRONCOS 7 Buffalo Center scored a North Iowa conference victory over the Belmond Broncos 97 here Friday night in a game which was played on a sloppy field which hampered the play of both teams Jim Heitland of the Bison scored a touchdown in the 1st period and in the 2nd quarter the winners got 2 more points via a safety Soma scored the touchdown for Coach Jack Lansings team in the final period The defeat was Belmonds 3rd in conference competition NORTHWOOD VIKINGS TAKE 4TH VICTORY Northwood Northwood high schools powerful Vikings roared to their 3rd North Iowa conference victory of the season by downing Lake Mills 260 The win was the 4th ofthe year for Coach Henry Koobs team which has not been scored upon this season North wood led 190 at halftime Merril Hove was again in a star ring role in the winners back field He ran 52 yards for a 1st quarter touchdown intercepted a pass for another marker in that period and ran 60 yards for an other score in the 3rd quarter Bil Eberts made the other Northwood touchdown with a 35 yard dash in the 2nd quarter ALGONA ROMPS OVER EAGLE GROVE TO WIN 180 a North Central con ference game here Friday the Al gona high school team ran wild over Eagle Grove to hand that club an 130 loss Algona has won 4 straight games 2 of them in con ference tussles Crapsure Boven and Stevenson played outstanding ball for Algona RICEVILLE LEADS CORN BOWL LOOP P C Watters team was the only undefeated team in Corn Bowl conference competition Friday night after downing the Rockford high eleven 267 in a great exhibition of pass ing by the winners The Riceville team completed 17 of 20 passes to completelybewilder the losers In the 1st quarterHarold But tolph returned a punt 45 yards for a Riceville score and Dick Gar rison plunged for another touch down for the winners in that per iod Rockford made a sustained 70 yard drive in the 2nd quarter Bob Fisher scoring for the losers Hendricks passed to Oulman in the end zone for the 3rd touch down by Riceville in the 3rd quarter and in the 4th period Hendricks took a pass from Gar rison for the final score GARNER FOREST CITY PLAY TO 66 DEADLOCK a r n e r s Cardinals played a 66 deadlock North Iowa conference game here Friday night with Forest City Rain and fum bles featured the game keeping action to a minimum Forest City scored 1st on a march down the field in the 1st half and on a pass from Fox to Thompson on the 12yard line produced the only 1st half score The try for extra point was wide There were no punts in the 1st half Opening the 2nd half Garner received the ball on their 20 and moved down the field until Stein berg broke loose on a quarterback sneak on the opponents 40 yard line to tie the score Tompkins kick hit the crossbar bounding back in the field Forest City rallied late in the final minutes only to lose the ball on Garners 4yard line and the local team punted to their 30 when thegame ended MANLY RAILROADERS DOWN NASHUA 120 a well played Corn Bowl conference game here Fri day afternoon the Manly railroad ers scored a 120 victory As a result of several penalties and good defensive work the half end ed in a scoreless tie Billy Martin ace Manly back shook himself loose for 2 40yard gallops in the 3rd and 4th periods to ice the game for the Railroaders One touchdown had been called back earlier in the game to fur ther delay the Manly victory Gerald Ebeling Nashua right end played an outstanding game for the losers although his mates were badly outweighed by the Manly It was the 2nd con ference win for Manly Electric Motor Repairing By Experienced Men NEW AND USED MOTORS BOUGHT AND SOLD ZACK BROS ELECTRIC CO 302 Second S W Ph 977 BULLDOGS NOTCH 4TH WIN BLANK WEBSTER CITY 190 Bulldogs are un defeated untied and unscored up on as a result of Friday nigbt encounter here in a North Central conference game with Webster City when they defeated the Lynx 190 in a shutout victory This was the 4th win for Hamp ton 3 of which were earned in conference competition Passes from Quarterback Bill Weeks to Halfback Dean Davis accounted for 2 touchdowns via the aerial route Fullback Roland Wright plunged from the 1yard line for the 3rd score Conversion was on a pass from Weeks to Goodyear Out standing for the Bulldogs were Shroyer and Parks and best work was turned in for the losers by Oppedahl Jordan Patrou and Nott BRITT SWAMPS ELDORA TRAINING SCHOOL 440 gridders put over a parade of touchdowns here Fri day night to sink the Eldora State Training school 440 The score stood at 240 at halftime in the nonconference game played on a rainswept slippery field Jim Henry accounted for 4 of he markers 1 on a runback of a dckoff good for 98 yards and the other on a 60yard run at the opening of the 2nd half Eldora was able to penetrate the midfield stripe on 2 occasions but never hrealencd Other players who scored for Britt with 1 touchdown each were Copas and Nedved Carson fell on a blocked kick behind the goal to end the slaughter Three teams were in play for the victors with frequent substitutions ST ANSGAR WINS OVER GREENE 70 St Ansgar Ansgar nosed out Greene here Friday evening 70 in a Corn Bowl conference encounter to give the local ag gregation its 1st conference victory of the season Dockstader and Thorsen were mainly responsible for the St Ansgar victory The lone touchdown came on the 1st play the 2nd half The locals had failed to score in the 1st period as they fumbled and lost the ball on Greenes 1 foot line Greene now has won 2 and lost 2 while the victorswere blanked in 3 previous games NORA SPRINGS WINS FROM CALMAR 146 Nora Springs high school defeated Calmar here Fri day afternoon 146 Wangness of Calmar scored a touchdown early in the game Gib Reams scored Yora Springs 1st touchdown in he 1st quarter and the point was awarded when a Calmar man ackled the receiver of a pass Dick Austin scored Nora Springs 2nd touchdown in the 2nd quarter and Lloyd Scholl added he point on a smash Enfield learns and Kelly were outstand ing for Nora Springs Nora Springs made 19 1st downs almar 7 DECORAH BEATS CHICKS IN N E CONFERENCE TILT Decorah The Decorah high chool football team scored its nd victory of the season in the Northeast Iowa conference by dging out the New Hampton Chickasaws 76 here Friday night The defeat was the Chick 2nd in oop competition FOOTBALL SCORES NORTH IOWA HIGH SCHOOL Alden 38 Ventura 0 Algona 18 Eagle Grove 0 tritt 44 Eldora Traininr School 0 inffalo Center 9 Belmond 7 lear Lake 13 Iowa Falls 7 lecorah 7 New Hampton 6 Garner 6 Forest City 6 Hampton 19 Webster City 0 Uanly 12 Nashua 0 Vlason City 27 N Des Moines 0 Vora Springs 14 Calmar 6 Northwood 26 Lake Mills 0 Riceville 26 Rockford 7 t Ansgar 7 Greene 0 Vaverly 27 Osage 0 STATE HIGH SCHOOL ast Des Moines 18 Waterloo East 13 Atlantic 1C Bed Oak ft Ames 40 Oskaloosa 0 HntoA 20 Davenport St Ambrose 6 arroll 6 Manninc 6 ouneil Bluffs Thomas Jefferson 32 Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln e edar Rapids Roosevelt IX Cedar Bap ids McKinley e stherville S Oranre City 0 rt Dodge W Waterloo West 13 fterson 13 Perry luscatine 21 Wasbinjton 14 larshalltown 13 Boone 0 ewton 19 Grinnell 18 pencer 21 Storm Lake 0 ioniCity Central 23 Omaha Cent 0 33 Creston 20 COLLEGE GAMES I Itssouri 19 St Louis University 14 icnver 26 Brigham Young 13 olorado Stete 21 Colorado Mines 0 ieorgia 25 Temple 7 rianova 2G Marquette 13 Mexico 6 West Texas State n forth Dakota State 32 Morningslde T Missouri Valley 34 Simpson 6 Western Union S Tankton S Dak 0 jwa State B 32 Ottnmwa Navy Pre fllgbt 0 Fake Forest 13 Georgetown University 6 Richmond 37 Maryland 7 26 Jamestown N Dak Col 0 Dakota 21 Miami Fla 0 Central Iowa 33 Wartbdrg 7 owa Wesleyan 13 Drake B 7 Collece of Pacific 31 Williams Arii Army Air 0 Earner Recreational lub Elects Officers newly organized quarterback club met with the Chamber of Commerce here Thursday evening The club henceforth will be as the Earner Recreational club and will unction in the interest of all youth activities in the Garner comrhuni y Officers were elected as fol pws C D Elling editor and pub isher of the Garner Leader and lignal was named president Paul Jeckwith vice president Clifford reiman secretary Jack Dethmcrs nd B C Berge were elected di ectors Mohawks Batter N Des Moines 270 LOCAL GROUND GAME CLICKS Mason City Captures 1 st Big Seven Win By JIM VANHEEL Sports Editor The Mason City Mohawks came to life lor the 1st time this season Friday night at Roosevelt stadium and collected a 270 victory over North Des Moines in a Big Seven conference game Ron Engel and Roger Stamps riddled the Polar Bear defense with line plunges and oft tackle runs while John Ebcrhart and Gus Zahariades skirted the losers ends with regularity in a great exhibi tion of offensive power by Coach Joe Rogers team as the Mohawks scored in every quarter The holes opened by the Mason City line especially in the middle was heartening forthe victors who previously had been unable to put together sustained drives Don Payne Dean Huff and Larry Cun GUS ZAHARIADES ningham stood out in opening iioles lor the Mohawks with Big Lefty Lewis in turning in a fine defensive game It took only 10 plays in the 1st 5 minutes of the game for Mason ity to get its 1st touchdown Stamps who lugged the ball for 2C yards in midfield Zahariades and Engcl led the ground gaining attack with Engel driving through he middle for the Mason City score The Bears came back after he kickoff with Dick Masscy eading the attack to get to the tlason City 17 yard line but a umble on a wide lateral killed heir scoring chance Midway in the 2nd period Vtason City took over on their own 34 yard stripe and Stamps and Sngel alternated in toting the ball o the North 13 yard line from where Engel threwa jump pass o Lewis for a touchdown with ess than a minute to play in the lalf Jack Cookman split the up ights with a placekick to put the VIohawks ahead 130 In the 3rd period Mason City drove deep into North territory rlassey intercepted a Mohawk iass on his own 5 and in trying to elude tacklers was tossed over the goal line to give Mason City 2 JOHN EBERHART iflints and make the score Mason Jity 15 North 0 North kicked rom their 20 and the Mohawks tarted another drive which was ided by a 15 yard penalty against he Bears After working the ball o the 3 yard line Stamps made a laked end run around his own eft end to cross the goal line landing up The kick for the xtra point ivas no good and ilason City led 210 Before the 3rd period was inished Eberhart and Stamps led nother ground assault that car ied to the North 23 Early in the th period Eberhart smashed over lis own right tackle from the 4 yard line for another score but he kick was no good and the score tood to the end of the game 270 he rest of the game saw both earns trying numerous passes vith little success The Mason City ground attack etted 271 yards while the hard harging line limited Coach leorge Falks team to just 90 nly in the 1st quarter did the visitors offer any serious threat ick Masscy and J Campana were he leading ball carriers for North es Moines while Kocky Gabriel tood out with his defensive work FIGHT RESULTS By The Atsoriated Press New Shank lull Denver nd Jerry Fiorerlo lW4 Brooklyn drew 0 San nieRo McSwafn 198 naneim Cat knocked out Ira Hughes 93 Dallas 1 Hollywood Chavez 133 fls Angeles knocked out Roscoe Seal 32 Las Anjelu 2 SUMMARY Score by quarters MASON CITV 7 N DES MOINES 0 0 f f 0 First Net yards from scrimmage Forward passes attempted Completed passes Pass interceptions Yds completed pcsses Mason XDes Cllr lUoJ Punt average 22 Yds lost penalties 45 STARTING LINEUPS MASON CITY NORTH DES MOINES Woodhouse LE Anderson Payne LT Dias CooVmnn LG Titus Hull C Jones Cunningham RGWolder Lewis RT Green Stephen RE Morton Stamps QR Holler Dodge MB Campana Jewell KB Sodl Engel FB Gabriel SUBSTITUTES Zaharfades Finer Rlckoff Pappajohn Eberhart Bender Os mundson Sehiffman Pope Saunders Kal as Marker North Des Massey Syl vester Crce Stitzell Epperly Taylor Lane Swing Hammer Haller Officials Referee Goldberg umpire McDonaugh head linesman Hintzman SANDERS STARS IN YANK VICTORY By UNITED PRESS Orban Spec Sanders seeking rookieoftheyear honors in the AllAmerica conference had an other recommendation is outstanding performance Fri day night as he led the New York Yankees to a 2113 victory over Buffalo Sanders running set up the 1st Yank touchdown he passed for the 2nd and scored the 3rd himself on a 75yard runback of a punt New York scored 1st in the 2nd period after recovering a fumble Sanders ran to 2 1st downs then Bob Kennedy went over After Buffalo scored in the 4th period Sanders carried the kickoff back 57 yards then passed to Lowell Wagner for a 40yard touchdown gain on the next play Buffalo ran up 7 1st downs in the 1st period but didnt score and a Yank fumble gave it its chance for its 1st touchdown The 2nd Bison score came on a desper ation pass in the final minutes Standings EASTERN DIVISION W L T Pet Pis OP C T Yankees 311 75I ft I Brooklyn 1 2 II JSS M fr Miami 0 3 0 IHHI 2R 93 Buffalo 0 5 1 000 33 130 WESTERN DIVISION W L T Pel Pis OP Cleveland 400 lHOO llfi 13 os Angeles 201 lnoo 71 40 Jhicago 2 1 1 San Francisco 220 500 67 12 SPORTS ROUNDUP By HUGH FULLERTON New York league jaseball men who dropped in here or the CardsDodgers playoff figure they have a lot of work to do before the 1st week in De ember when the winter meet ngs begin in Los Angeles When he majors set up their new exec utive council to give players rep resentation it virtually wipes out he old executive council through vhich the minors had their say As a result theyll have to start from scratch in producing a new etup and they have less than a month in which to make plans as amendments to the agreement must be submitted 30 days before he convention In addition ihere are several items from last rear that might be classed as un inished business since the big and little leagues never did get ogether on them ONEMINUTE SPORTS PAGE That A A football club which was reported to be cutting salar es says that on the contrary it las raised the wages of some play ers as much as 10 per cent to bring hem in line with current pay after they had been signed n the old basis Sam Frey arginias highhurdling halfback las scored 4 touchdowns the last times he has had his hands on he ball in a game After last veeks OklahomaArmy game a visiting scribe wrote Our big mistake was in ever going to West Point on Saturday to play We already had won the game 3 times at the rally the night before SHORTAGE BUT NOT SWEET Kansas U had to borrow Jer eys from Nebraska so its football earn would be properly clad for he Texas Christian game then it ut the bite on Kansas State for hirts to wear against Denver Charley Caldwell Princeton grid oach attributes a number of iractice injuries to his inability o procure protective equipment Stranahan Takes Lead n Fort Worth Open Fort Worth Tex rank Stranahan protege of famed Jyron Nelson led his teacher and all the other crack professionals Saturday going into the 3rd round of the Fort Worth open Stranahan shot a 5underpar 66 Friday to pull 4 strokes in front of the field at the halfway mark He had a similar card in the 1st round thus he showed a 10under par 132 for the 36 holes Nelson was 9 strokes behind tranahan He posted a 71 Friday o go with his opening days 70 In 2nd place were a professional rio of Bob Hamilton and Jim both of Chicago and George Fazio of Los Angeles each vith an aggregate of 136 Ellsworth Vines of Los Angeles vho topped the field in the 1st round Friday took a over give him a 36hole total of 143 Observing the laws of fire pre vention in the forests as you do n your own home can help keep our forests green GEORGIA TOUCHDOWN Halfback John Donaldson left takes the pigskin over the goal line for the 1st touchdown for the University of Georgia against Temple at Phil adelphia Friday night Guard Herb St John on ground blocks out Temples Joe Sut ton 14 and Bill Bonner At right is Charley Trippi Georgia won the inter sectional game 357 AP Wirephoto Georgia Victory Over Temple Highlights Card By CORNELIUS RYAN New York UR Georgia re puted to be the power of the southwest and Charley Trippi a potential AilAmerican both lived up to their rating Friday night as the Bulldogs beat Temple 357 in the feature of a Friday night card In other important games North Carolina surprised Miami the Orange Bowl champ 210 Villan ova came back from beatings by Army and Navy to whip Mar quette 2613 Denver university opened defense of its Big Seven title by downing Brigham Young 2613 the University of Richmond rimmed St Louis university 19 14 and Chattanooga defeated Tennessee Tech 376 Trippi a Pittston Pa native made the 1st 4 Georgia touch downs possible with his passes and in all completed 8 of 16 tosses ior 148 yards Jack Rauch another Pennsylvanian who went south caught 2 of the touchdown heaves Charley Justice a freshman who played a lot of football for Bainy jridge naval station during the war starred in North Carolinas victory over Miami He gained 206 yards in 10 running plays and scored once on a 66yard run Johnny Karmagios scored 2 ouchdowns as Denver came back rom 2 nonconference losses to score its victory Denver was held even by Brigham Young for the 1st half but showed its power in 3ie last 2 quarters Villanova stunned Marquette wifh 2 touchdowns in the 1st 5 minutes and coasted after that Halfbacks Joe Rogers who gained 123 yards in 8 ballcarrying at tempts and Romeo Capriotti were best for the winners Richmond showed superiority ri every department in crushing Maryland and scored in every quarter Jack Hoover and Gene Robert led Chattanooga to its easy tri umph in which the winners rolled up 25 1st downs Missouri needed luck to down an inspired St Louis team Two pass interceptions in the 2nd juarter were turned into Missouri ouchdowns and a 4thdown pass in the last quarter resulted in another 60000 on Hand for riawkMichigan Game Ann Arbor Mich Gene Serricotte Negro halfback who led Michigan in its 210 triumph last week was a doubt ful starter Saturday as the Wolv jerines pitched into upandcoming owa in a Big Nine football fea ure that sent approximately 60 000 fans pouring into Michigan stadium Iowa bidding for a return to its prewar Big Nine prominence also vas without its injured lineback ing center Dick Woodard The clash was the first matching of the Wolverines and Iowa since L942 when Michigan won 2814 The Hawkeyes were seeking their 1st victory over a Michigan eleven since 1924 and their 3rd of the 13game series that opened in 1900 Algona Organizes Quarterback Club Quarter jack club was organized here his week with Ralph Diekman named master of ceremonies Club meetings were set for each Mon day at 6 p m at Georges cafe at which time local high school games and other games of the week will be replayed All foot ball fans are eligible to attend the meetings but reservations should je made prior to the meeting night The organization is pattern ed after similar groups in college and university towns Burlington Junior College Defeats Mason City 1312 Burlington The undefeated Burlington junior college football team tagged the Mason City jay cees with their 1st defeat of the season in a thrilling game played here Friday night 1312 The Trojans started a long drive in the 1st quarter but a fumble killed Mason Citys scoring chances on the Burlington 32 Mason City later gained possession of the hall on the Burlington 29 and Frank Hackett toted the ball to the win ners 10 Mully Fredericks big Trojan fullback cracked the line twice for 5 yards to score for Ma son City but the plunge for extra point was no good Bill Stewart led a ground gain ing attack for Burlington in the same period and a pass from Bob Williams to Gronzek put the ball on the losers 11 yard stripeOn a 3rd down Stewart ripped 9 yards for a touchdown Gronzek place kicked the extra point and Bur lington led 76 The 2nd Burlington touchdown came in the 3rd quarter Williams returned a punt from his own 38 to the Mason City 20 and a pass to Stewart put the ball on the 11 Stewart picked up another 9 yards and then hit the line to score and give Burlington a 136 lead End Bill Traub of the Trojans blocked a punt in the last quarter which was recovered on the 32 and Mason City advanced to the 2 only to lose the ball on downs Later the Trojans moved to the 8 but again lost the ball With only 45 seconds remaining in the game Bob Carroll Mason Cily quarterback flipped a lateral to Joe Whalen who then tossed a for ward pass to Daryl Ebert on the 25 Ebert eluded 3 tacklers to score for Mason City Henelys placement for the point which have tied the game missed by inches Entertainer to Wed Joe DiMaggio Hints Boston as New Home Boston night club entertainer Miss Betty Sharp says she and Joe DiMaggio New York Yankee outfielder are to be married Miss Sharp told the Boston Globe she and the heavy hitting Joe were looking for an apart ment in Boston on the assumption that he will be wearing a Red Sox uniform next year Miss Sharp said no date had been setfor the wedding but that she would be at Sarasota Fla in the spring when DiMaggio goes into spring training DiMaggio and Dorothy Arnold movie actress were divorced in May 1944 They have one son Joe Jr aged 6 Austin Jaycees Beat Waldorf College 147 Forest Waldorf col lege football team playing its 1st game of the season was defeated by the strong Austin junior col lege team 146 in a game played in the rain Hauer raced 50 yards for an Austin touchdown in the 1st quarter and the conversion was good as the visitors took a 70 lead Otis of Waldorf scored a touchdown in the 2nd period on a 23 yard jaunt Early in the 4fh quarter Stark of Austin plunged 4 yards for the final touchdown Waldorf threat ened in the last period and got to the Austin 2 yard stripe The game was played on quite even terms MULLY FREDERICKS for Trojans Red Sox Cards Win Batting Fielding Crowns in Majors New York Musial of the Cardinals dropped 2 points in the 2game playoff with the Dodg ers still finished with 365 12 pointsover tne American league batting leader Mickey Vernon of Washington and 28 points better than John Mize of the Giants 2nd in the National league Unofficial figures released Sat urday showed that both league Red Sox and Car in batting too Boston batted 272 as a team and the Cards 264 Both aso were field ing with 977 and St Louis with 979 Hank Greenberg of Detroit hit the most homeruns 44 and Enos Slaughter of the Cardinals was the runsbattedin leader with 130 Ralph Kiner of Pittsburgh led his league in homers with 23 Green berg led AL runsbattedin with 162 Ted Williams of the Red Sox led in runs scored with 142 and Musials 228 hits topped that de partment Pete Reiser of Brooklyn stole the most bases 34 and George Case of Cleveland stole 29 the 6th time Case has led the Ameri can league Dave Ferriss of the Rfed Sox had the best pitching percentage an 806 compiled on 25 victories and 6 losses Hal Newhouser and Bob Feller scored the most victor ies 26 but Feller lost 15 and the Detroit lefty dropped only 9 Phil Marchildon Dick Fowler and Luther Knerr of the Athletics tied for the most pitching losses with 16 in the American league and Dave Koslo of the Giants lost 19 games in the National league North Dakota Aggies Wallop Morningside 327 Fargo N Dak Da kota Agricultural college support ed dopesters contentions of a class A outfit Friday night as they de feated Morningside 327 in a North Central conference game Bison Fullback Jerry Mulready punched across for 3 touchdowns in the 1st period By halftime the ACs held a 320 advantage Coach Stan Kostaka used his reserves most of the 3 final quarters Tex Hughson Pollet to Be Mound Picks By JACK HAND St Louis fence busting Red Sox with Ted W1I liams definitely back in the lineup are ranked topheavy favorites to whip the newlycrowned National league champions from St Louis in the 43rd World Series opening Sunday at Sportsmans park Despite the Cardinals stretch drive that overcame 7J same Brooklyn lead and finally carried them past the Dodgers to the in the 1st tie playoff in history the odds makers remain loyal to the homeruh power in the Sox bats particularly in Williams abil ity tar hit for distance Boston is 7 to 20 choice to take the scries and 13 to 20 to cop the 1st game For Manager Eddie Dyer of the Cardinals who has been riding the baseball hot seat since the ex perts last spring picked him to coast home 15 games in front the role of an underdog is a welcome change The freshman skipper honestly believes his Red Birds have a real chance to upset the mighty Sox and he is banking oh his southpaw pitching to do the trick With that in mind Dyer plans to open with Lefthanders Howie Pollet and Harry Brecheen and follow with Murray Dickson at Boston Tex Hughson is expected to be Joe Cronins choice although it may not be definite up to game time Dave Ferriss and Mickey Harris are the other possibilities Cronin despite his 12game edge over Detroit at the finish is not taking the Cardinals lightly The Irish skipper from San Francisco who like Dyer won a pennant in his 1st year as a big league man ager with Washington in 1933 isnt sure about his opening day pitcher He prefers to wait until after Saturdays workout and per haps untilgame time Williams elbow injury from an exhibition game Tuesday in Bos ton will not keep him out of the series although the joint is still swollen and very tender He said after his arrival here that he would be ready and Dr Ralph Mc Carthy team physician agreed With all reserved seats sold in a wild 90minute scramble at the park Friday capacity crowds of close to 34000 have been assured PROBABLE LINEUPS ST LOTUS BOSTON Schoendienst 2b Culberson rf Moore cf Pesky ss N Musial Williams If Slaughter rf Doerr 2b Kurowski 3b DiMaggio cf Sisler If York Ib Garagiola c Higgins 3b Marion ss Wagner c Pollet P Hughson p and Bar lick N Hubbard and Berry A L QUINBY TRANSFER for Dependable Truck or Motor Freight DAY OR NIGHT SERVICE Phone 873 Why Put It Off Some people come to me with rectal trouble and when I tell them their trouble and what can be done they say Well I will think it over I cant understand the mind of anyone who wants to think it over about getting back his health I the most important asset that he has It doesnt pay to put it jff Special attention to prostatic trouble and sexual weakness Venereal diseases of men and women successfully treated W R COTHERN M D OFFICE 1U E STATE ST OVER YELLAND and HANES I ili Montreal Wins Little Series Montreal The Montreal Royals held their 1st junior base ball title Saturday after winding up the Little World Series at 6 games with a 20 victory over Louisville last years champion The Royals holding the Inter national league crown took the bestof7 series 4 games to 2 win ning the last 3 games here from the American Association color bearers Expect Huge Crowd for DrakeTulsa Tilt Des Moines of the largest football crowds in Drakes history was expected to file into the stadium here Saturday to see the fiulldogs open their Missouri Valley conference competition against Tulsas Golden Hurricane Two key Drake hacks Bob Vaughn and Bobby Clark were missing from Fridays final drills but it was thought they might be able to see action against the fav ored visitors Football squads from 33 high schools including Perry and Cres ton and Simpson college will be guests at the game Russell Cook athletifi director said State Heavily Favored Over Iowa Teachers Ames Iowa State Cy clones were the heavy favorites in their 1st home football game Sat urday against Iowa State Teach ers college with both teams look ing for their 1st season victory With favorable weather a record opening day crowd of more than 12000 persons was expected   

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