The News, Frederick, MD 13 OCT 1917
BLUES 10 Steel Plant Eleven Will Meet Semi-Pro Champs of ; Stark County. Mansfield's semi-pro football elov- en, the Steel Plant team, will play second game of the season at the fairgrounds Sunday afternoon at o'clock, meeting the Massillon Blues. This will be a hard game for tho local eleven. Following the victory over the Elyria Westerns by a score of G-0 last Sunday in the first game, the showing was such that it was decided to take on strong opponents. game with Massillon will be a real test. It will be the first game of the season for the Blues. During the week, the practice has been and the local eleven will go on field much stronger than in the game. For the past two years the Blues have held the semi-pro championship of Stark county. Included in ths lineup are a number of players have been with the Massillon Tigers. Massillon players included, Zeighart, Custer, Rhodes, Rodgers, D. Murdock, Murdock, T. Murdock, Wittmatm, Lipps, Conroy, Mclnnes, Hay, French, Meyers, McLaughlin, Keller, Oliver, Weber and Buegger. Much better team play will be evidence by Mansfield this week. lineup will include Pierce and Wise, left end; Dorian and Ivers, left tackle; tackle; Porter and Cupp, left guard; Grohol and Schultz, center; Beichley Beichley and Aplin, right guard; Rizzo and Shaw right tackle; Hughes and Costo, right end; Wise and King, quarterback; Thull, left h a l f ; McMullen right half; Antican and Hughes, fullback.