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Waterloo Evening Courier (Newspaper) - May 26, 1923, Waterloo, Iowa II SATURDAY, MAY 26, 1923. l 0 TITE EVENING COURIER AND REPORTER, WATERLOO, Brown Bak mm L 15 FUTURE BEIT Waterloo Baseball Association (Hay Feature Him Here Be- fore Many Months. Moline, III., May (Special.) Leach Cross, one of ihe greatest lightweights tho ring game has ever known, won fame, fortune] and an education in the ring. j Leach, shrewd' anci foxy, boxed in j the day when, young pugilists arosu from the ranks of unknowns to the heights of fame overnight, and then went the way of tho bright lights and slipped into oblivion to be for- gotten, even by those socalled sportsmen who led them to the downward path. Leach was differ- ent than tho average run of boxers or his time in this way: Ho saved his money, went to school and graduated from a of dentis- try. When Leach's fighting days were over he had a profession to fall back on and today is a prosperous dentist on. the coast. That's the story of Leach Cross In a nutshell. Mollno Hus Another Cross. Moline ring followers sing the .praises of a youngster of 17 summers, who is a junior at the local high school. He's an ambi- tious young fellow, and is deter- mined to earn his way thru college by pushing the leathers into the faces of rising featherweights aud veterans as well. The kid is Law- Larson, a fine, gentle- flF BRINGING UP FATHER By George McManus COME DOWN AN' OPEM THE OOOPJ HERE.: 1 -bMD- THE CLUB'ANO TO BR1NC LORD HOME FOR DINNER LORD "TOO COME I WANT TO I IY INT'L. FEATURE SCMVICC. INC. STORM IN SECOND SCRAP IT JTfll ITEM SLIP IS REFLECTED LEHGUEJIERnuES The Hawks Are Great Fielders, but Batting Weakness Is Keeping Them Down. STANDING Of THK CL.UBS Waterloo's recent string of manly little chap, who has already i feats can bo accounted for in the TrttaHn rrlllfn J> fOT himSeif in. llloerim Itlflinrr Mississippi Valley Cedar Rapids..........15 fl Ottumwa .............14 9 Marshalltown.........12 10 Rock Island ...........11 13 WATERLOO 3 13 Dubuquo 15 National League. W. Is. New York 8 Pittsburgh. .............20 JX Chicago ...............16 15 St. Louis ..............17 IS Brooklyn ..............15 17 Boston ................14 Cincinnati ............IS 18 Philadelphia S -3 American League. TJ. New York .............23 Philadelphia ...........19 Cleveland i Detroit ................17 Washington ............13 made quite a name for himself in side the ropes. as his friends call him for a reason best known to them- selves, has been boxing but little more than a year, and yet he has displayed so much class that ho is being sought by many midwesteru clubs for bouts with leaders of his divison. Larson told the writer briefly of his plans for the future the other day He said his one ambition in life was to study law and hang up his shingle in his own home town. "I have one more year in high school, and I hope within the next year to earn enough money to pay for the first two years of my col- lege career. During the summer months I can earn enough, I believe, to finish he said. Natural Fighter. "Sailor" is a natural fighter. He was discovered by accident by Cur- ley A.nderson, vrho brought out Ed- die Anderson, formerly of this city. _____, It was while preparing Eddie for a, Mann, O-D bout -with Pal Moore that Manager Cooper, HE Anderson learned of Larson. He league batting averages Veleased today, including games up to Wednesday. From second place the Hawks have fallen several notches aud lost about 40 points but their fielding mark continues to be the best by far in the circuit. The averages follow: TEAM: BATTING. AB R H TBAvg. Cedar Rapids ...677 124 207 262 .30G Marshall town ip 15 17 17 st. Louis is Chicago ...............12 IS Bosioiv.................10 1S American Association. w. i... Pet. .545 -45S .409 .348 Pet. .705 .G06 .500 .4SGi .467 .410 .255 Pel. .637 .613 .545 .500 IS 9fi 177 234 .'JSO Rock Island -----700 31 387 235 .267 Waterloo .......G63 103 173 226 .240 Wichita Dubuquo ........715 96 175 222 Kansas City Kt. Paul Loujsville Columbus 15 Minneapolis 14 Milwaukee 12 Indianapolis It Toledo 10 "Western League. 23 Ottumwa. .......661 OS 158 226 .'239] TBASI PO A B DP Avg. Waterloo ........507 228 22 19 Dubuque .507 227 39 17 was seeking, a boy to box bis pro- tege when "Sailor" happened into The gymnasium. "I'll box with Ed- die. lad said to Curley. "Go to the manager replied, and Larson got into a pair of tights, pulled on the glovea and went after the experienced Ander- son His showing was impressive and a short time later ho began boxing as a professional. He has never lost a start in the ring and has never touched the 'canvas. In 30 battles, L-arson has scored 15 knockouts and 21 knock- downs. Not a bad record for a be- Ottumwa ..--------522 260 42 9 Marshalltown __.521 268 48 G Roclc Island 23S 4S 15 Cedar Hap Ids ___543 237 BO 10 INDIVIDUAL. BATTING. AB R H TB D. Jacobs. CR......2G 4 10 14 Mattick, O .........60 II 22 36 Speas. CR ...r.___S2 36 30 36 Pilchor, X .........71 12 26 31 -----....3) 5 12 17 CK ........57 11 20 24 Swenson, RI .......SO 10 27 39 Rye. CR ...........71 13 24 35 Brown, TV .........77 10 26 31 Dolaney, D ........7S 13 26 Lena-hnn. 1C ........72 10 24 35 Oster, D ...........45 3 15 IS McGlimity. J> ......In 2 R J 1 'oorman. M .......6S 13 22 37 loward, If-RI .....23 6 9 11 McEwan. AV .......69 11 22 32 Makeover. CR ......70 10 22 25 1U .........16 2 5 6 Potts, CR .........74 16 23 36 Roberts, .jr ........SS S IS 23 SchaefTer, CR ......7S 15 24 30 .971 .949 .943 .340 Omaha Oklahoma, City DOS Moincs ............17 St. Joseph Sioux City Denver ...............1- G 11 14 14 17 20 19 T.I. 13 ir> 15 is IS 20 24 .419 .400 .357 Pet. .750 .633 .5C: .51 .453 .429 ;'345 Pet .595 .595 .515 --1SG .11 .41 .33 Fuller-ton, CR 9 2 3 Sullivan, AV .........3 i l Demaroat, CR 3 1 1 by Profs. Professors at the Moline high ificbool are. high iu their praise for Larson, the student. Principal Nut- i ting of the local school recently de clared that Lawrence is an idea scholar and predicted that the bo> 1 would make his mark in the world "I hope boxing will not interfere with nis studies for he is an excel 1 lent Jlr. 'Nutting said-. Lawrence is a member of tb Moline high school debating team Tliomason. Rl Lombke. M Dixon. CR Radloff. IU Spurbeck, S Ford, O Heath, O 7S 13 24 26 .......65 11 20 23 ...-----GO 13 21 2S .43 13 14 .......10 0 3 4 SI 14 24 37 ..........69 11 20 2S Kell. O ............21 2 6 6 Norton. RJ ........85 IS 24 32 Pezdirtz, "W ........71 7 20 24 Mullen. W .........S2 15 23 32 J. Dill, O ..........25 4 7 ft Young. D ..........fiS 9 13 21 ArmatronfT. D ......SI IS 22 29 4S 6 13 17 .355 .36 .3l! .366 .353 .351 .S3S .33S .33S .333 .333 .333 .333 .333 .333 .324 .32J .319 .315 ,31i .310 .310 .30S .305 .30S .304 .302 .300 .296 .2S9 -2S6 .2S2 .2S2 .250 .250 .279 YKSTEUDAY'S RESUL.TS. Watlonnl Irene-tie. Pittsburgh 2, St. Louis 1. Boston 7. Brooklyn 4. York. 12. Philadelphia S. Chicago 4. Cincinnati 0. Boston 6, Washington 5. Philadelphia 4. '.New. York 2. Chicago o, Detroit S. Cleveland at SL Xrouis: rain. American. Association. Minneapolis 11. 5. St. Paul S. ColunYbus 3- Kansas City S, Indianapolis T. Ijouisvllle 4. Milwaukee 0. Dos Molnes la. Denver 2. Oklahoma City S, St_ Joseph 2. Sioux City B. Omaha 3. Wichita 7, Tulaa 5. and recently wou an eous contest. extemporan- Larsoii's nest start in the ring will probably be against Sammy i Mandell of Rockford bere on June 6 as a feature of the Illinois State Elks' convention entertainment pro- }-Sram. i A. C. Willford, president, of the rloo Baseball association, has approached relative to Larson Olsoo, Forsythe. if Jordan, W Owens, O Dempsey. RI O'Shea.. W Condon, K.I Rooney, O The Hawks' Nest .......7S 13 21 .......45 R 12 .......75 10 20 26 ......23 3 (Ml .......73 16 13 30 .......66 10 17 17 ......39 15 10 31 'Tselson. RT .........53 7 14 20 ..44 -1 11 13 ..20 1 5 7 ..St 7 20 24 ......61 10 15 IS Schuster. O Johnson, CR Piburn, RI Hyde. D Doran, O Moore. T> Groft. TV Sudbrook. lit Weeden made good in his third attempt at pinch hitting by igettlug a single ott Dill yesterday, but ho bad Lindner run for him. Uili struck Weeden out ou the local diamond last week. Waterloo is still' the leading dou- ble-play team of the circuit and added "an odd one to the string to Mullen to O- Shea. Two Ottumwa double plays killed Hawk chances of scoring. Tho shortstop problem at Du- is not yet solved. Waldon Hill did not satisfy McGm- Yesterday ho tried a young- ster uamed Jackson who made three very wild first. Members of the Hawk team con- RTHLET1CS HKX TILT FROM THUS Connie Muck's Team Now Sen- eation of American League; Wliite Sox Beat Tigers. (By the Associated Press) New York. May Mack's rejuvenated Philadelphia Athletics continue today to be he American league sensations. After their second consecutive vic- ory yesterday over the league hampion New York Yankees, cnt- cs, who did not rate the Athletics ligh in the preseason dope, predict- ed that they will finish iu the- first division. Not only are the Athletics clos- ng the gap between themselves and the Yanks and filling the'seats in Shi be park, but they are drawing iway from tlie strongest of_ the western teams and tightening a hold ou second place that the west- ernera will find hard to break when they come east presently. The Athletics got three homeruns.m their second defeat of the Yanks, to 2. Fuber Befeate Tigers. Tho Detroit Tigers lost ground again hy yielding to the effective- ness of Urban Faber aud the Chi- cago White Sox won, 5 to 3. With a chance- to catch the Tigers, the Washington .Senators fell ibefore Boston, 6 to 5, the reliable Walter Johnson weakening, after his team- mates had given him a two-run lead, usually enough for him. Pittsburgh won Ha seventh con- secutive contest and the second straight of its series -with St. Louis, 2 to 1, to make more secure its hold on second place in the Nationals. The New York steamroller contin- ued to roll over Philadelphia, the Giants outslugging the Quakers, 12 to S. Brooklyn Slips Down. Brooklyn slipped from a ehprt stay in the first division, with third position within its grasp up until the ninth inning, when the Boston Braves opened a batting rally in the ninth, winning 7 to 4. Grover Alexander let down Cin- cinnati with two hits and Pete Don- After Sam Mandell Boxers on Baseball Card to Finish Training Here; jrandell Broth- ers to Ue Isatc. Johnny Mahoney, Pa., arrived in Waterloo early this morning to complete his training here for the ten round fight with the great Sammy Mandell at' Water- loo theatre next Thursday night He seems to be a good, two-fisted fighter, and ought to give the hand some Bam a lively time of it. "I have never fought Sam. bu have worked in gymnasiums wheri he hag been in training and know him to be a tough customer. I've taken a good many boys, tho, who had rather extensive reputations and Sammy's record doesn't scare me." That's all Mahoney cared to say. THE LAWS OF GOLF. By Innis Brown. Copyright, 1923, Sol Metzger. SAILOR" LARSON. Bush Looks Good. Prankie Bush came in Joliet shortly before noon I struck up an acquaintance with Ma- I honey. Bush is-, to meet Joe Man- dell in the semi-windup, and seems to be several pounds heavier than the elder Mandell. Joe has a good reputation for being a fighter from the first bell but Bush looks good" to take a lot of punishment and give it back iu same or larger quantity. The Mandells are in Chicago this week consulting with Eddie Kane, Q. Quite a discussion has arisen at my club over the action of the commtt- ee In a recent one-day medal play ournament. Possibly, half of the field md finished the round while some 20 or 30 others were still playing, when a hard rain storm came up. The course was pretty well flooded and before it lad drained euoug-h to allow pla-y to go on, it grew too dark to play. Under :he circumstances, the committee ruled that the event would have to be played over, the scores of those who had fin- ished not being counted. "Would you say the committee had the right to maUe such a, decision under tha circiun- stancea? A. Yes. A had full right under circumstances of this kind to de- clare play for the day off, and order tho round played over again. Does a player suffer any penalty for stopping the ball of 'the man will: whom he is playing in "a medal round' If so, what is the penalty? A. The player Is not penalized. Tin incident is treated as a rub of the green arid tho ball must be played fron where it stops. If it happens, however that the player was standing at th ....52 Morgan. TV Irwiii. M Smith. P.I Kissler. 3 4 1217 ]2 J4 :o 13 1-ea.vcns. CR 13 B. .Tones. r.T A. Jacobs. CR Xobleft. 23 TV. o i Storm. TV Maxton. Rt W Koleclair, M themselves fortunate iu ing in Waterloo at the time of the is is 'ass flRht card here next Thursday The> 4 .231 close a series with Cedar Rapids 7 -2sft bere that dav but will not leave toi 4 Dubuque until the following morn ing. Nearly all have purchased ringside seats. "Tho boys arc playing fine ball and I haven't got a kick said Manager Wefiden. today over distance telephone. 'We will T! ins- 1-t IB .212 .203 .200 ".167 .1S7 .15S .15S -1S4 .150 22 3 3 3 .136 3 .13" 7 2 2 2 .11S 13 13 McKinney. O Weeden. TV the batting and fielding star for the Islanders. The bos score: Rock Ifland Xorton. K.S Condon. 2b Thomason. cC Swenson, 3b Howard, rf Nelson, c Pihurn. Ib Dempsey, Ib AB R Jl PO A 12 G. Brown. W PITCH TNT' 1 1 n o o n o White Sox won their second straight from "Cobb's crew." Willie Kamtn crashed out his twelfth two-bagger of the season at Detroit. The ball hit the top of the wall and bounded back into the field, the CalifornSan missing an- other homer by a few inches. Fleet, on Bases. Kamrif did some great base run- ning after he had opened the fourth inning with a double. Schalk flashed the San Francisco star the hit and run signal then shot a hot other chance ho will more than make good as it goes without say- ing he is a first class man. Used in Outfield. Waterloo will probably use scored one each in the first and third on four hits. Singles by Potta and Uemarest and a double by Cooper the Rabbits a pair of counters in the sixth. Demar- est whiffed nine. Marshalltown Forsythe, 2b. Pilcher, cf If 4 Poorraan. rf. 3 AB H. ft PO A B .400140 0 lOIlC. TTT-U-I get our share of the breaks soon grounder to Pratt While Pratt h ball to Blue, fc-aitim get our share o e res gro fnd then watch us climb buck into (was winging the ball to Blue, fc-aitim tre first division 1 haven't a doubt j scooted homo with the run which of it." COE ATHLETIC COUNCIL .111 .m, OFFICERS ARE ELECTED .000 j Cedar May 26.-- .000 Fullerton. CR O MeKinnev, O Johnson. CR Jacobs. CK Holsclaw. M Morgan. W Sudbrook. RT Koil. O En ST. M 2 o Wavne Norton. Marshalltown. was elected president of the Coe col- legc athletic covmcil for next year, H RBBSO defeating Roy Rook, also oE Mar- 12 7 13 G 6ha.Ut.own, at the annual student broke the tie. t Ray Grimes, the Cubs' fitar first sacke'r. intended to get back in the same against the Reds, but when he left his bed discovered his legs a little too weak. .Manager Killefcr advised' another day's rest. Grover Alexander, who set a world's record for innings pitched without issuing transportation to first, went, thru another game be- fore the home crowd without a pass, lie went 51 2-3 innings before he Brown in right field, which may mean that Klbert Jordan, who is i generally regarded as a weak hitter, will be cut loose. Sullivan will con- tinue to play at shortstop where his enables him to cover much territory. In McEwan. Mullen and Brown tho. Hawks should have the greatest, hitting outfield crew in tho league. Brown camo to Water- loo originally as an outfielder or first baseman hut filled in at short that appeared to be the big- 2 o 12 7 13 G 6a.., ile wenL 31 ,Ilmllfba 1 o .17 12 3 6 election. Norton is a member a pass to Walker in Phila- 1 .5 .5 the tennis team, was on the yar- {suea l ss 16 10 is sily Basketball squad the last 2i if i? two years and is active in other .......I }5 sl 13 campus affairs. He is- a member as it IS 3'of Sigma Phi Delta fraternity .......S 2 40 an u 23 (Another MarsuaUtown boy. Robert elected vice ......2 i 33 is 13 IMonteith, was delphia. Ninth Straight for Pirat.es. The Pirates nosed the Cardinals out after going scoreless for eight innings. Morrison held r.he Cards to four Itits and might have blanked them if Rawlings had not booted gest hole in the Hawks' front. Much Sought as Player. Hardly had the report been spread that Brown had been left behind when the Hawks went to Ottumwa. then managers sought his services. "Muggs" went hack Olsee, Ib. SS. Aloyer. 3b. PJoberts. c. Irvin, p. Hamilton, x Totals 4 2210 S 1 0 3 1 14 1 1 1 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 A. That Is something1 which both- ers all umpires In all leagues. A pitcher who docs it must be watched ter when lie delivers the ball. If he does BO, he is permitted to continue as a. general rule. Q- two 1 4 1 2 2 1 1 13 2 .-1 0 I' 0 1 1 4 0 0 Totals .........-...27 S 27 14 2 .......10000000 ......0 0 0 0 0 0.02 Waterloo Ottumwa Summary: Two base hits, Rose, Mattlck 2; tlireo base hits, O'Shea, McEwan; sacrifice hits. Mat- tick, Kose 2; stolen bases, Pezdirtz; bases on oft Storm 3. oft Dill 3: struck out, by Storm 2, by Dill 3; double plays, Rooney to Heath. Rose to Heath, Jordan to Mullen to O'Shea. Umpire, Pedcrson. Runner on third and batter strikes and two balls agraiiist him. Runner dashed for home and MANCHESTER VS. Manchester, la., May The .32 2 S 24 11 1 x__Batted for Irvin in nintli. Cedar AB R H PO A. B Dixon, rf. Speas. Schaefter. 3b. .......3 Bisslcr. cf. Rye. ss. Fotts, Cooper, Demarest. p. 0 0 1 o i i o 4 3 7 1 0 0 1 11 1 0 batter swung at the, ball and missed Manchester baseball team -will play it. Two were out. Tho catcher pick- tnrnnrrnw at' n m ed the ball up and tried to get the R, Vr' runner but dropped It when he touch- this being the third game of the ed him, tho runner touch Ing the plate. Again grabbing the ball, the catcher throw to first and retired the batter who had been jopging-. The umpire counted tho run. Was he right? A. Ivo. Tho batter was out ,T.nd under Rule 50, the run could not score. Don't argue over baseball de- cisions or records. Write Charles D. Wbite, care of our sporting editor, enclosing stamped, self- addressed envelope for reply. He'll teli you what's right. Now-a-daya they smoke HAVANA RIBBON cigars. 2 for 15c. Get yours, (advertisement) o 10 27 11 Marshalltown 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Cedar Rapids ...0-00302 00 Summary: Two baso hits, Lcnahan, Speas. ScbaefCer. Cooper; sac- 1113 Ot. I TIVC..3. to his home at Rockford, 111., for hits. Pilcher stolen v.vu went, to bn Lenah a" Totals Dubuque Hyde. If .Armstrong. 2b Jackson, ss JiTann. of "U> S'ounp. rf ..37 7 12 27 IS ro A .loo Cvenjrros. c John Cvengros, p Oster. x Js'oblet', p........... 1 Totals ..........-34 2 0 27 10 3 for .Too Cvengros ir Sock Island ........OOlftOOSl fcubuquo ............00010100 Summary: Three hit, KwenFon two baso hits. Zuhay. Deinpsey. nc- laney; sacrifice Hy, Xorton: struck out bv John Cvcngros 5, Nobles 3, Zuba.y Si bnse on Halls, oft Cv.cngros 1. Zubay Wescott and DeWeese. Zubay. IU Radloff. RI trwin. M Schmidt. RT B. .Tones, RI Gousrler. O Spurbeck. Jt Storm. TV CR Osior. D McGinnlty, T> Jones. "W G. Brow-n, TV Bcecham. O .1 1 37 20 14 13 22292112 7 .1 1 21 IS 10 IT .1 1 3.7 S n 4 2 4 47 30 20 2S .1 2 SO 21 16 12 .1 2 23 lf> IS 16 .1 3 23 17 12 11 .1 441 .20 .1 S 65 39 11 5 .0 3 40 30 n 6 .0 2 31 21 .0 1 Ifl 11 .0103 the same fraternity Isadoro Booth. Cedar Rapids, was chosen secretary. 2 3 Demarest. CR. .......01 3 XIGHT'S FIGHTS Mitchell defeated loo Jawsoti. 10 rounds. New Roper. round. Chicago. Dan O'Dowd, Boston, fifth SCRIBES OPPOSE RADIO AT LEAGUE BALL PARKS( Philadelphia, Pa.. May Baseball Writers' association a grounder. It was ninth straight win. nner oi! The Braves setit 18 men into the Norton battle against Brooklyn and Dutch Keuther blew under a fierce bombardment of hits. Three of Connie Mack 3 Athlet- ics smashed out homers. It was the fifth straight victory for Rol- visit but yesterday went lo Platteville, Wis., where a high-sal- aried semi-pro team sought his ser- vices. He was also offered a chance to play the outfield for the Denver club of the Western league. He notified the Courier by tele- phone he would be glad to come here again because he likes the manager, players, and the town in general. Kve- bases on balls, oft Demarest 4, off Irvin 5: struck out, Demarest 9. by Irvin 1; hit by pitcher, by Irvin Umpire, Green. lie and tne which the Athletics had "won from the league champions in five meetings. from major league parks thritouti YESTERDAY'S the country, it became known yes- terdav. The commission has -wir- ed K. M. baseball com- missioner, and Presidents Heydler and Johnson o! the National and American leagues protesting against alleged granting of permis- sion to a radio corporation to pro- vide facilities for this purpose. Tierncy, Philadelphia American-- Philadelphia ........1 Philadelphia ........1 .1023 Total Welch, Coe Clinches Title by Whipping Beloit Cedar Rapids. la.. May wound up a .perfect Midwest confer- ence season here yesterday by de- feating Beloit, 11 to 9, in a wild game. Tt'gave the Midwest title to Coach Carrither's -men with seven victories to their credit. Beloit tlireatened to xipset thej Kohawks when nine runs "were made in the first five innings. Yon- drashek and Dawson hit homers. was undaunted by this disad- vantage aiul with the holp of the crimson rooters upset the Beloit [nine and ran across eleven men to 1 cinch tho game. SPORT GaJesbursr, Dame .uni- versity defeated Knox. college at base- ball. 8 to 0. BowmOTY Ir, broke the women's record for tho 50-yard swim. Her time is 2g seconds \rnes. of Nebraska broke tho Missouri Valley conference record for the javelin throw in a meet here by hurling it 178.4 feet. The pre- vious mark ivas 173 feet. nhn.mpajgm, RooUgcr. University of Illinois, outfielder and pitcher, was elected captain of tho baseball team. Syracuse. N. Bedash, mid- t champion of Now York state. National American 79 133 Inhaling- of soot in the air greatly I decreases one's vitality. defeated Bryan Downey, recognized ir, Ohio as champion, in a 1 .-round ijpiu. Ztiyszko. v.-rentler, was bombarded with by specta- tors when he vraa accused of bitir.gr George CaJza, Italian champion, In tha wrist. University of Kan- sas clnchod the Missouri Valley con- ference baseball championship by de- tho Kansas to 2. Madison, defeated the Wisconsin university in Western con- ference bacebaU, T- to 3. CANOESI BOATS Pack up your Junch and canoo up to one the many beauty spots along the pla- cid Cedar. Best of Live Bait At All Times. PARK AVENUE BOAT LIVERY Phono 825O. season for Manchester. on our say-so Made Right Taste PBANCJS-8TITZ CO Jobbern Waterloo, la, I ;