New Sheffield BB Coach, J.B. Leidig
Years Ago In Local Sports Nov. 20, 1924 The Nameless Five cage team held another practice scrimmage at th® YMCA last night to prepare £or ^eir opening game on Decem- Der oi the boys look good, i esPeclahy the tall, rugged candi- ?Kates ,for center. Ed Finley was \ PSX' practice. Finley has been confined to his home with an illness. j j 1 j j ! I i The High School football squad had one of the toughest practices sessions in the history of the school last night at Russell Field. The boys left the field stiff and sore as a result of the continuous battering they received throughout the practice. The boys will be in the best shape for the game at Ridgway Saturday afternoon. The Industrial Bowling announced the schedule for the new season at the Palace Alleys. Quite anum- ber of teams and men are represented on the different teams and the league is expected to run until early April. The Warren High School second team is playing the Sheffield varsity at Sheffield Saturday afternoon. The game should be interesting as the two teams are quite evenly matched. Coach J. B. Leidig has received a lis* of twenty-two members of the Sheffield team who are eligible I P*ay basketball this season. The Wolverines are scheduled to play Warren early in the season.