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SO t h e nnl | ' w as nn llif rntpr thf the man\ "Mr- tss, Calvin Thompson, Kenny Thompson. Backing up Sine. Gene Martinson. Bobby Crotser. Joan Lewis and Wilbur Snyder. Legion Post 193 Sponsors Football for Birmingham a l sl Tile house GRID EXAMINATION TUFF QUIZ; MARKS FAIR TO AVERAGE Van Nuys Post Veteran Player Sttifffi Shoalski n. professor of local pigskiiiology. liad an open book quiz for Ms grid students Fridav afternoon,'capable of holding their own with and then Vanml the class municipal mole-kin troops that in- Underwrites Grid Action for Studded Valley A.C. Eleven By EFME KLANN Sports Editor Van Nuys American Legion Post 193 has underwritten an eight game fnotball schedule that will feature Valley A.C.'s grid stars. The project affords Birmingham Hospita patients a chance to see six home tilts. Five ueeks of hard training by Vallev A.C. assures fans a team that only several lessons are left to "bone" up for the "comprehensive" f i n a l examination ,--. Scvctal combine-- of players looked pretty har| durme the i!en hook iiiiii. and didn't have to M ui^e'e to set some angers -- £rom now on the ijuesuons get tougher. After t w o cked book practice tests the student.s of the Valley h a \ e a series of examinations to see 1 ".ho jtets the years' A maik. In the open book t]uiz w e find Canoga Park team and coach r n a t k m p a : 'B" srade; on t h e strent-ih of huu thev tend the book the spi turf. Fred j Couitas Jr., « ho has been directing the some thirty-ihree squadmen, has been retained by club mem- is taking over ait duties connecter with staging the six home skirmishes. Sunday afternoon the Valley A C. plays their initial game versus Lou Costello's Ramblers, who represent the Costelio Youth Founda* bcrs and Legions sports committee.j t i ( m Center. Game time is 2 p.m. The American Legion post work- First Game Top Billing in£ through Birmingham's special j The Ramblers arc loaded with a services director. Col. W. R. of fornier prep name players. Brien, who is a post member. com-JThey use "the famed New York pleted details ot the sponsorshipidants A formation. Our Valley Friday. j eleven employs the "T". and Ray Advance Ticket Sal^ iSalo. along with Tommy Camp- Ticket s~seRson passes also avail-'bell have been handling the pig- hide in practice sessions. Joe Soler, who just returned from St. Mary's L"., is Dialed to see action in the backfield. France, Christ of ferson. a few of the other profs me e-orn- I p l a i n i n g t h a t the test wa^ not o i severe as should be. Bo«eis. Eiu, · Pocue and Riley had the high 'marks for the tjackfieid while pa-;- 'smc grades for linesmen u e n t to Pait;e, Jack Hce^e 1 - and Phelan. fir patients of the hospital hundreds nt sports follower-; are ex' cried to enjoy the piny of the ex- 1 Valley hifrh ^chf·Jol stars. Most of t h e players are veterans ot World, War II. j Admission to t h e games will be! nominal; all profits will be directed toward rehabilitation work at f h e [ hospital. The local legion RTOUP j Over m H a m i l l o n HiRh the 'Woivo-. and Oath .lack McClintock had to hf con'ent wuh a C mmu^ plenty "( "hook lunv f i'~oy PS- pect in p;i-.v in the final--. Several in t h e WoKo fin-.*- were pniri oft . w i t h acceptable mark*, but too ' m a n y student.', w i t h D's and several Hunks arc bnnpins the class average dovvn. Boh Meyei,- looked u p answers able--can be purchased from Van Nuys Legionnaires or at Milo Thompson Sporting Goods Shop. Ducats will be on sale before game time at the Baiboa St. gate of ihc|Hinkley, Grove. Baker. Kirkpal- hospilal grounds. jrtck. Doorman and others are .just Van Xuy* Post Commander A!'a ten- of the names well known to I.ane hae only praise for the iiro-'Jocal fans who will be in the lineup ject. Legion footbail sports com-iSunday. mitiee is Steve Foote. chairman:! A week from Saturday the A.C. Johnny fssery. Lorn Thompson,'wjuad trefcs to Daniels Field, San Leonard Sauble and Doc Hovland. | Pedro, for a night game with the Officers of the Valley A.C. are Bob San Pedro A.C. The other tiff a«-ay Kirkpatrick, president: Dirk Moor- fr°rn home will be at the beach man, vice president and "Red" 1own Sunday. Nov. 9, versus the Wright, secretary-treasurer, ,San Pedro Bluelide ( f o r m e r l y the A it hough names are p r i m a r i l y , Longshoremen). ; HOME SCHEDULE Birmingham Hospital Sundays at 2 p.m. Oct. 12 Lou Costello's Ramblers Oct. 2G San Pedro Bluetide Nov. 2 Spoilers A.C. Nov. 11 Watt's Cardinals. Armistice Day Nov. 16 Omar's Raiders Nov. 23 St. Joseph Padres TRACTOR DELUXE--Recognized as a foremost specialist In the art of athletic training, Roland Logan, s 1o be the honored guest of "Y" Ambassador's athletic honor club at Van Nuys High Wednesday. The local young men's organization has invited various croups to attend the 'open" meeting. to Wand Logan, Noted Athletic Trainer, to Stage 'Clinic' Here Roland Logan, ex-athletic Iram- r at West Point ( A r m y » , Boson's Red S^x, Pitt?burg and Kanas L",--many other lending s,chooK s to be the cuest speaker at the Ambassador's weekly meeting Wednesday nisht. The local 'Y* athletic honor club invites all school*, coaches and inlerpsted players to attend the "clinic" session, which is slated for 7:30 p.m. at the Van Nuys High School gymnasium. Trainer and conditioner of sofpe

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  1. The Van Nuys News,
  2. 06 Oct 1947, Mon,
  3. Page 6

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