1 Spetember 1939

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of a src:at productive out. srcat- In the than Germany's, but cveutu- civilian w o u l d f i n d get. Food and housing use of in Germany v a i l i n g In tho said Ihe began , far less than national commerce ?64,000,0 . German income in figures 0 0 0 . French income estimated at , 0 0 0 . 0 0 0 , United S lines has l y power, than a l s took b e r of the mat- k power. The United States was 130,215,000. S3,000.000. of areas popu- , the latest avall- That of o m -- England, northern Ire- 0 In 1935. are that worker and that hours. 7,000,000 persons are un- y , and thrit great"i- h u m a n w o r k in t h i s he no i n G e r m a n y , they tho U n i t o d e d in war a r could be for the 30 showed an tho IS TO STIDT TODiy ON FILL HC1ICE Itozeman, Aug. 31.--(/P)--The accent w i l l be placed on speed tom tom o r r o w when Schubert Dyche, ringmaster of the Montana State college Bobcats, removes the wraps from a 35-man squad at the opening of a 10-day training schedule. The Cats will undergo two hard workouts daily to shake out the k i n k s from s u m m e r and prepare for the season's Inaugural Inaugural against San Jose State u n d e r the floodlights at the San Francisco fair September 15. · * · Jobs which included e v e r y t h from ditch digging to truck driving helped the men Into condition during during the summer, and Dyche intends to start w i t h light scrimmages for the first few days. The 35 youths Invited by Dyche to report in time for the western trip appear, generally, to lack the poundage necessary for a power eleven, so the Bobca,t leader Is planning an offense based on speed, plus more than ordinary amount oZ deception. Expected Big to lead the squadmen Into town are the veterans Max Stark of Stevensville, Joe May of Havre and Frank Krivec of Klein, all backs. Sophomore Johnny Phelan of Butte may land a first string Job behind the line. The roster chows experienced ends in Floyd Roth of M a n h a t and Dana Bradford ot Townsend, but Dyche Is looking for a spirited scramble for the tackle-to-tackle places. Besides such veterans as Stark, May and company, Montana State is counting on these letter men: Frank Strung and Nick Yovelich of Butte and Julo Gustafson of Bozeman, Bozeman, backs; Center Carl Fjeld of Scobey. slated to become a back- flcld performer; Arnold Bcrglund of Grass Range, John Vollmer of Bozeman and Ray Duley of Great Falls, guards, and Leonard Schar- mota ot Darby. Jack Burke of Har- 1-oivton and Joe McGeever of Anaconda,, Anaconda,, tackles. A f t e r meeting San Jose State, Bobrals will travel to Portland to face Portland university's Pilots and w i n d up the trip against the V n l v e v s H y of Idaho nt Moscow September 30. · * · The rest of the s c h e d u l e : October 6, Omaha u n i v e r s i t O m a h a ; October 14, Montana university at finite; October 21, Colorado Mines at Rozeman; October October 28, Idaho Southern at Bozo- man; November 3, Grceley State at Greeley, Colo.; November 11, North Dakota State at Bozeman. New first New Welll, lu the bout smacks the In won't ure caught one, was for been suspended meant If their after mean could from trained without They allows the permitting suspension the Is. doesn't It title ager and handle means the to. Armstrong In his much St. Chicago New Boston New

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  1. The Independent-Record,
  2. 01 Sep 1939, Fri,
  3. Page 24

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