Sept 15 1936 Daddy plays for Bluefield

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Sept 15 1936  Daddy plays for Bluefield - BOSTON UNABLE TO GET RUN AND DETROIT COPS...
BOSTON UNABLE TO GET RUN AND DETROIT COPS Detroit, Sept. 14 (fl?)—Boston was unable to score a run against Detroit Detroit today although they got eight hits off Tommy Bridges and were Issued five walks, and the Tigers won, 1 to 0. Bridges won his 21st victory of the season. Boston. AB R H O A Mellllo, 2b 5 0 12 Worber, 3b .4 O 1 O Cramer, cf 4 Almada, cf 0 Foxx, If 2 Kr.oner, as 3 Berg, c 3 Dickey, c 0 Qaffke, rf 4 Dahlgren, lb 4 Wilson, p 3 x-W. Ferrell 0 xx-Cooke 0 xxx-Cronln 1 O 0 1 0 0 1 0 12 0 2 4 OOl 0 0 0 O 1 s 0 2 9 0 0 1 O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total* 33 O 8 21 9 x-Batted for Berg In 8th. xx-Ran for Ferrell in 8th. xxx-Batted for Wilson In 9th. Detroit AB R H O A Walker, rf 4 0 1 3 0 Burns, lb 3 O 0 8 0 Gehringer, 2b 4 O 0 2 5 Goslln, If 4 O 2 1 0 Simmons, cf 2 1 1 4 0 Owen, 3b 3 4 O 2 0 Parker, as 2 O 1 1 2 Hayworth, c 2 0 0 6 1 Bridges, p .... 3 0 0 0 1 Totals ..................27 l~6 27 l Score by Innings: , ..BOSTON ooo ooo ooo—o DETROIT' 1 ....i..'000 100 OOtM-1 Errors—None. Runs batted in—Parker. in—Parker. Two base hits — Werbor, Gaffke, Goslln, Parker. Doublep Jays—Parker, Gehringer to Burns; Kroner to Dahlgren. Dahlgren. Left on bases—Boston 11, Detroit 6.. Bases on balls—-Bridges B, Wilson 4. Strikeouts—Bridges 5, WOaon 1. Um­ pires—McQowan, Qulnn and Morlarty. Timo—1:50. BIG BLUES WILL BE TOUGH TO LICK (Continued Prom Page Two) seat and hU system of play installed last year should be much more familiar familiar to his squad this tall than it was a year ago. Moves Rembert Kowlan has moved Rembert, regular regular center a year ago, into a guard position and Hill and Alexander, both newcomerB are showing "well at the position. John Jone3, sub for Rembert in 1935, is also back again and pushing the newcomers hard for the job. Of course, If none of the three come through according to specifications, Rowlan can move Rembert back to center and the job will be well taken care of. Rembert was all conference center a year ago. There are plenty of guards on hand. If Rembert stays there, he will be one starter. Claude Martin, best of the guards laet year Is also on hand and going good. He was hurt early last year and was out of action most of the iteason. Other guards available are Hawthorne, a letterman, letterman, and Perry and Moose. Perry saw service last year but Moose did not get to see much action. He is coming along faBt, however, and may win a starting job. Fine Tackles At the tackle positions, Rowlan has two startera'who can play with moat any body. They are Willis and Johnson, both veterans. Raumgardr ner, a reserve from 1935, Is showing improvement and Stokes, made over from an end, is also looking good. Two newcomers, both freshmen, are pushing the outfit for starting jobs. They are Roscoe Thompson, 200 pounder from Norfolk, Va., and Adolphus Young, from-Keystone. Bluefield State may have a brother act at the ends. A. Llnke, regular Jn 1035, is back again and with him this season is his brother from Monessen, Pa., who is one of the finest looking end prospects to ever enroll at Bluefield State. The brothers are waging a battle with Valentine, two years a lettermen. Lawson, switched from tackle'to end, and Halrston, a converted back from Williamson, are other fine boys on hand. Two Brilliant Backflelds Rowlan should be able to put two backflelds on the field which can play football in anybody's league. To start with, he has Fllppen, who is probably the best fullback In Negri football. Bus Thompson, regular back and a high scorer a year ago is going good but is finding a lot of opposition fiom Roberts, a regular back two years ago who was not In school in 1935. Roberts is one of the best ball carriers the school ever had and his return will be a big help. In addition to these three lettermen, Gunn and Brooks, who divided the quarterback chores In 1935, aro on hand. Among the new backs available are two boyu from Steelton, Pa. Roy Hughes, 200 halfback, Is a whirlwind whirlwind and a fine quarterback prospect prospect is Stevenson, who captained Steelton high school last season. Other backs are Mathews from last year and a boy named Hale who bails from Gary and Is the fastest back on the- squad.- 1D36 Big Bine Schedule Sept. 26—Virginia State, Petersburg, Va. Oct 3—Kentucky State, here; Oct. 10—N. C. State, Durham, N. C, Oct. 17—Hampton, Norfolk, Va. Oct.' 24---Morgan;'nete?' : Oct. 31—West Virginia, here (Homecoming), Nov, 7—J. C. Smith, Charlotte, N. C. Nor. 14—Wilberforce, Wilberforce, Ohio. Nov. 21—North Carolina A here. CLUB ROSTER Player 1 and position Samuel Alexander, center .... Raymond Smith, halfback .... Herbert Thompson, halfback . Shelley Stokes, tackle Robert Hawthorne, guard .... Claude Martin, guard 178 George Halrston, end 176 William Johnson, quarterback. .... 160 Calvin Hill, center. 173 Nathaniel BaumBardner, tackle ... 105 Raymond Hughes, halfback 198 James Stevenson, quarterback .... 167 Douglas Comer, halfback 160 Leonard Valentine, end IT'S Wllbert Dillingham, center ........ 155 Robert Strother, quarterback 141 Charlie Martin, halfback 168 Jack Long, center 170 Roscoe Thompson, tackle .......... 201 Joe Perry, guard 155 Eugene Hale, halfback ............ 166 William Matthews, fullback .174 Walter Carrol, tackle ............. 190 Qleavy Daggs, fullback ........... 164 James Willis, tackle .............. 201 John Brown, end 170 Ronald Allen, end •••• ill Abner Roberts^ halfback .......... 174 Robert Moose, guard .............. 156 Robert Qunn, quarterback ........ 172 Peter Rembert, guard , 170 E. Link, end ...................... 171 A. Link, end }«5 John Jones, center ................ lw Roy Henry, halfback 166 Wirt Scales, fullback ............... 190 Leroy Perry, fullback.............. 16S Clarence Hamilton, halfback ...... 160 M. Johnson, tackle . .... .v......... - 200 James Brooks, quarterback ...... ISO Adolphus Younar. taokla .,188 John Fllppen. fullback ............ 195 Robert Dooley, end ... • l$i Raymond Dawson, guard .......... }Jo Rudoloh Johnson, e,nd , 170 Roy Lawson, end ................ i«> Elvln Dawson, guard >•••» }« Oryll Ferguson, quarterback ...... 160 Theotrloe Price, fullback 198 Lawrence SIlus, halfback ,.14° (Editor's Note—The above is the tenth of a series of article* written by Stubby Ourrence, Telegraph sports editor, on a personal tour of the camps of high school ana college college teams of this part of the two states. Tomorrow: Graham high of Bluefleid, Va.) FAILS KOTO CI8TERK Parkersburg, W. Va., Sapt. 14 (#) —•Bighteen-months-old Harold Bloa* ser while at play in the yard of his home fell into a cistern. Hospital physicians said he suffered only bruises. & T wt. .155 .175 . 198 . 186 190

Clipped from Bluefield Daily Telegraph15 Sep 1936, TuePage 4

Bluefield Daily Telegraph (Bluefield, West Virginia)15 Sep 1936, TuePage 4
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