Uncle Bud Shambo Chgo Hts Star 8/26/1938

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Uncle Bud Shambo Chgo Hts Star 8/26/1938 - C. H. at club has two On- something glass four...
C. H. at club has two On- something glass four 8, to evening in Al to 0, batsmen one in CVOOfE BATHE TREMONTACESAT Those reach aver- Wacker out thc Adair Ha« Sore Back; Labutu May Bo Patching The East Chicago Heights Cyclone* Cyclone* will play the Tremont Act* Sunday afternoon in * basebaffV (ame at Ogden Park, Seventy- . third street and Racine avtnut, v Chicago. Manager Cal Pearson of ttw Cyclones hopes to employ the same lineup which defeated the Chicago Heights Owls last Sunday, although Pitcher Wally Adair has been complaining of back misery. The same iHment which cramped his style early in thc season returned returned before the conclusion of his victory over the Owl*, but h* finished the game. If the young southpaw is unbte to serve, then Mickey Labutis will have to do one of hii quick- change acts, moving from the out- fleld to the mound. Adair may feel flt for combat, liowever, in which case Boss Pearson'* worries worries will be minimized. Pearson hasn't announced whether whether he will again use Bill Siebert Siebert at second base and Art Shambo Shambo in left field, as he did against the Owls. They performed last Sunday because Outfielder Eddie Madura was absent for one reason or another and Second Baseman Lew Bruni gu- -sed there wouldn't be a game. Bruni was so sure there would be no ball game last Sunday, due to threatening weather or something, something, that h went fo Hammond to see his friend Joe Talarleo's racing car in action. Lew reports a fine race card, .with Joe's machine machine tying well In the consolation event while minor changes in Itc. makeup were bein - tested. Rlebert Plays Well Siebert played so well at sec. ond base that Bruni plans to be at the ball field Sunday, even If it Is only to » the old man per- form. In the outfield. Shambo / stroked three hits last Sunday. str Madura may be a spectator, too. However, Eddie is about the hottest hottest thing rn the end of a ball bat these days. Pearson is fairly certain that the balance of his lineup will be unchanged He is particularly enthused enthused over the recent play of Shortstop Glenn Pfoil. the boy reporter. reporter. Pfeil made two hits against the Owls and might have had a third, but he was busy offering offering to nutoRiaph srorerards when it c.-me his turn !o bat again. Thc entire company has been slugging the ball with reckless abandon, leading Pearson and his mates to believe they are at their peak \

Clipped from The Chicago Heights Star26 Aug 1938, FriPage 10

The Chicago Heights Star (Chicago Heights, Illinois)26 Aug 1938, FriPage 10
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