Oct. 21, 1939 I believe that the Clarridge listed for this football game is Doyal. Really interesting to read.

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TRIBUNE, MARY&VtttB, OHIO M,H,$, SWAMPED RIVAL GRIDDERS p,ii"\ of 4) fhi* Up| Up| per Ranrl!!*Jty fir.Tt /fov.'n* t-Hmi* s* j the result of pormltiM. Thf two flrivf'* of the locnln for totichdmvrr* were psfl.icu?flrly pleasirig to" ToT'Sl fan* »S they drove from (heir 20 yard lirro once and [thp other drive started from the jMarysyillc 32 yard line. j -----------------! -----------------! taptain Het/el of Upper Sandtis- ky won the toss and elecfefl to re- reive and Cdpt. Worffiift^fon chose ton kicked off to Wheeler on the Upper Sanrfusky 35 who returned H yards to the Upper Sxnfiunky 49. Upper Sandusky then drov'e for two first downs in a row with Bower doing all the ball carrying to the Marysville 30 yard line, where aided with a 15 yard penally for not being stationary for a certain length of fimc Upper Sandusfty was forced to punt from their own 43, Robe'y punted to the Marysvllle 10 where it became first and (en for Marysvillc. Aftef several plays Hilbert then punted from tho Marysvillc 10 yard line to the Upper Sandusky 45, action nrd m?He «-.vo fir.it '"o-.vns j in B row i'."ttif, to the Marysvillp i 2ft yard line .v/h^rp they lo«t the j bail on n /limble. Clarridiy made | two yards and then n five-yard j offside penalty r m Marysville put j for b-tll on th" )». WorlhinRforr then f raced nrounr] c-rnS on a reverse and j earned (he b*H to the Maryrville ! 32 for a first down nt Upper San- ' (tusky railed time r,\it. j Cl'irridge rtnrt Grimes then ear- rfi»rj the bnll on three plays to Hi" | Up?>T S.lnrt;MKy- 37 yard line for} two first down* in a row. Clarridge went to the Upper Sandu'nky 22 on the n»xt play, but Marysville Win. H. Faulkner FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ambulance 4MI' 110 Smith Court St. was. offside, «o after From h/.re (hey carried thr MaryiviflY rnaVfe" it a' first down plays; for two fir.'-.t fir ttie Upper Sandu-ky 25 yard lino, j with •-»fifr'lh7 : A paw from /filbert to Simpson was dropped and on thp npxt play a beaulifnl pass from Hilbrrt to the waiting arm."! of Wardrn. wfio made •;^~i^,3 ball ATI:; to the Marysville TfTTTeTrT "wa'.r TToorlerJ ons as Coach Kinfi.i- the bench. A short .' j i suhstitut more cleaned time later the The fine |,l;iy of all the local linemen linemen arxl Ih'e fjuick work of the a nirp catch on thp R«>1 line, pro- | barkfipld stood out particularly. Th<; thp third Marysvillp sroro ...... •irne was rnarrr-d -.r.ly by thp JPV- ties against both Upper Snndu^ky took, the after the kick off and made a first down, but Dutro, who had replaced Clarridge. intercepted a pass and several plays later the half ended. Third qaarter Marysville returned the kick off to the locals 46 yard stripe, Clar- fidfie made several Rains but a, fifteen fifteen yard penalty put the bait on the Marysvillc 41 where Hilbert where it was their ball. Three 'plays < P unU>d t( > Bowman on the Upper Sandu.sky 28, who returned to the 32. Bower made several gains' and then a 'pass, on which there was interference called by Umpire Jen- ball | played an exceptionally fine to the ball to the midfleld stripe and then Robey punted out of bounds on the Marysville 10 yard line. Hifbert made five yards to the 21 and then Clarridge tore off tackle to the, 25, and Worthington on a reverse went to the 30 for a first down. Worthington again took the ball, going to "the 33 yard line, and on the next ploy Clarridge Clarridge went through right tackle, sidestepped several of the secondary, secondary, and then ran down the, south sidelines for 67 yards and the first score of the game. It marked the longest run made by a Marysville back for the past nine years. Warden Warden place-kicked the extra point with a beauty that split the uprights. uprights. Worthington kicked off to Wheeler Wheeler again on the Upper Sandusky 37 nnd he returned it to the 43. Dowers on two plays took the ball to tho Marysvillc 49 as the quarter ended. Second Quarter Robcy punted into the locals end zone from tho Marysville 48 yard line and the ball was Marysvillc's catching several difficult passes and on offeri.w running with more zip than in the othf.'r gn'mes. Clarridge again tore through the line with the determination of going some the same way as he did against Delaware Delaware in the opener. Grimes did a marvelous job of blocking and call- i | of -' punting I ing the signals. Hilberfs and accurate passing was another I spot deserving of praise. The whole line from Warden to Foley on the other end was exceptionally exceptionally i good. The whole team kins, made it a first down for Up- find witn tho same brand displayed per Sandusky on their own.37 yard line, There was some "hollering" about interference being called on the pass since it was only two .yards from the line of scrin^mago but the umpire said that he was more than two yards from the scrimmage line and so the play was flr<;t and ten for Upper Sandusky'^on tho 37. Several line plays made it fourth down and nine to go, so Robey puntod to the Marysville 31 where Clarridge was stopped in his;t.racks. Clarricigo and Grimes then took the ball through tackle and center for two first downs and placed the? ball on the Upper Sandu.sky <24. Hilbert Hilbert went around end to the 15 but Marysvillc was penalizedS 15/ yards for slugging and then two passes both from Hilbert to Worthington, put the ball on the Upper Sandusky. 14 for a first down. Clarridge. went off tackle to the two yard line and i Played a bang up brand of football i , I Thursday r.ight against'London will give London quite a battle. Lineups: . PO.I. Marysville U. Sandusky L.T.—Maclvor ., Shambaunh L.G.—Graham Young C: —Bolcnbaugh .Reynolds ! H.G.—Murray . ... , V. Weatherholtz IR.T.—F. Devine Wheeler R.E.—Warden I—Grime;; .-.....' lies Bowman L.H.—Worthington (Cl .. Robey i another first down On " the next play Hilbert plungeu" for a • touch- R.H.—Hilbert .. . . . ..... .Hcl.zel (C) F.B.—Clarridge ..'. T Bower Touchdowns: Clarridge, Worthington, Worthington, Warden, Hilbert. Point after touchdown: Warden, place kick; Clarridge, on a plunge. Substitutions for Marysville: D. Devine, Edelblutu, Remington. ; ! Stephens, Nicol, C. Simpson. Skill- I man, F. Simpson. McCartv, Kcirns. ' ° went off tackle again seven yards to the 27 and on next play Worthington on a f ° r , the extra point. That ended the the scoring for tho day. ..Upper Sandusky then turned Hutchinron, Sewell. Dutro, Griffith. Wood, RalejvGIendenning, Smallcy and Griffin. Score: Marysville ........ 7 12 7 0 26 reverse reverse got through the secondary, the beat and scored three first downs stiff-armed several players and ran in a row to put the bull on the away from the rest of the secondary j Marysvillc 22-yard line as the cjuar- as" he, raced 73 yards for the second \ tcr ended, score of the game. The run came ' so close on the heels of Clarridge's ; that the fans hadn't had time to Fourth Quarter. Bowers threw >i high pass to Ro- j bey who leaped into the air and MUSICAL GROUP COMES MONDAY TAIVME.VTS SPONSORED BY K I W A NIS CLUB AT AUDITORIUM WANTED Musicians, Singers, Dancers, Impersonators and Comedians, to audition audition for Radio Barn Dance Show presented by The Maccabees and directed by Floyd L. Miller of Indianapolis, Ind. Auditions Start Wednesday Nite October 26 in Marrabee Hall, North Main St. (third lloor above llammerle's Restaurant). Crosta-Ferrari I entertain. and Company will get back to normal when this run j,snatched the ball out of the hands of , THIRD. OF SERIES OF ENTER- was made. Wardens kick-was low.'Grimes to put it on the-Marysville The score now stood 13 to 0. '22-yard line. Another pass, Robey Upper Sandusky now went into 'lateralled to Hetzel who went to the L • . ' . ... . jltcrallcd to Hetzel w;lo went to the i Marysville 4-yard lino where he was I stopped. A fumble was recovered 1 t by Ralcy on the locals' 6-yard line' 'and an Upper Sandusky threat was {stopped. '. -' ! Hilbert went to the 14 and at this point Folcy and Wheeler got into a list fight and Referee ordered both off tho field. -A penalty fur un-I J necessary roughness gave Marysville Marysville a first down on their o\vn 28. ; Hilberfs punt was returned to about i midflold and Robey on an attempted ! _end run was tackled by'Murray who \ could not hold him and then when ' Robey started to run the other way he was confronted by two more Marysviile tacklers, and by 'that time Murray had regained his balance balance and reached up and grabbed Robey's legs to make tho tackle after two tries. Several passes took the ball to the Marysville 3-yard line where it was first down and goal >to go for Upper Sandusky. Hciv M;irysvilli; made the best stand of the day when i after four attempts Ihe locals ti>ok Ihe ball on their own 1-yard line. com. march• : ^he The third of the four entertain-, nients sponsored by the Kiwanis i Club will bo~ presented Monday"' evening at Ihe high school audi-1 torium at 8:15 o'clock when Di of The entertainers for the Monday . .night program give musical novel-: ;tics and have pleased audiences ; wherever they have performed. i The weekly Kiwanis meeting will i ; also be held Monday evening at 6 rt 'o'clock at the Coffee Shop at "whcih time Horace P. Martin will report , ion the district convention , at Cleve- land. Picaresque NfJPbl Defined The picaresque novel (Spanish, picaro, a rogue) is a story of adventure adventure in which rascally tricks play a prominent part. This type of fiction fiction originated in Spain and attained great popularity in England. Thomas Thomas Na^ho introduced Ihe style there with "The Unfortunate Traveler, or the Life of Jacke \VHton," published in 150-1. I I ; i

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  1. Marysville Journal-Tribune,
  2. 21 Oct 1939, Sat,
  3. Page 3

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  • — Oct. 21, 1939 I believe that the Clarridge listed for this football game is Doyal. Really interesting to read.

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