The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on September 14, 1939 · Page 6
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Thursday, September 14, 1939
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r AGE six THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. THURSDAY, SEPT. 14, 1939. Gene Thompson Is Cincinnati Hero Lou Nova Is Favored to Whip Tony Galento War Already Over for Them— They're Polish Prisoners " (By SID FEDER) PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 14.— ^. . _ , . »g * *Aj,j_i4*j_»jjj4ji xj-Lfi, ut^Lju. n, Chances Are BOOSted If </P>—The odds-layers around Hurier Can Keep Up Performance JUDSON BAILEY Broad and Locust streets' "praying corner" established ,Lou Nova a 5 to 9 favorite today to thump Tony Galento ; soundly Friday night in mu- (Associated Press Sports Writer) :nicipal stadium, and a lot of The best news Cincinnati has | the customary "short-enders" immediately wondered why. In other words, Nova has shown that he can be hit. And the two-ton gent from Jersey has definitely demonstrated he can toss the heavy artillery. On that basis, this corner likes Galento to win—in a hurry. He must do it in six rounds. Otherwise, Nova is the lad over the Ion 1 ? haul. Say Youthful Tennis Star Will Rank Among Greats of Court By GAYLE TALBOT NEW'YORK, sept. 14.— (/?)— Welby Van Horn, a tall, grinning »« v w _ cicu Wil ,, Galento will have^he weight ! b°y from the California tennis Nova, himself,., underdog in .pull as usual, scaling some 230 "«;«^tor has eveiybody at the last three tilts that "made" him as a heavyweight con- pounds to Nova's 206. All pre-fight hails and howls tender—against Gunnar Bar- seemed to be settled this lund, Tommy Farr and Maxie I morning. Pennsylvania Ath- Baer, doesn't like it even a | letic Commission Chairman little^ bit. He vowep positively Leon Rains decided not to give a put-up job to get his Referee George Blake any fur" j ther instructions than he has Forest Hills .saying he will be the next great champion of the counts—perhaps no later than next year. By a great champion, they had since the Ohio river stopped rising during' its last flood was the two-hit pitching performance just unfurled by Gene (Junior) Thompson. Thompson shut out the Brooklyn Dodgers 3-0 Wednesday for the first victory the Reds have negotiated in more than three weeks with any pitcher other than Bucky Walters and Paul •Derringer. A 21-year-old righthander with four years of minor league experience, Thompson took part in a no-hit spring training gamej— hT'acqu^dTwo'layTago 1 and otherwise proved his worth So the layman, with all things .^> ,_.__ However, he has been used as a, bein g equal> can , t underst and to-went unheeded.' - , ^ relief agent most of the season | wny Novai who was put on tne , Ray Carlen Nova - s manager practically blew Cooke off the and did not get his first starting | fi oor Dy Maxie Rosenbloom I didn't have a thing to say ex-i stadium court. mean one like Tilden, Vines and Budge. Not just good enough to win the championship, but up And" the man in the street | alread'y""received in~"WcT ses- l tnere a11 alone, was even more mystified. Both I sions with the Keystone state's j Welby, who turned 19 only six fighters were in fine condition ! fistic fathers. As a result, the i dav s a S°< Iooks llke tne makings at the conclusion of their workouts—Nova long since over his and Tony coming out of request of Galento's manager of that kind of champion. At Joe Jacobs—that the Califor- ! least he did Wednesday in swat- nia arbiter be asked not to stop / tin S Elwood Cooke out of the big the fight if Tony is cut unless I tournament in four sets. His ser- "Yussel" specifically asks him vice and his flat forehand drive, reminiscent of the Vines of 1931, call until July 19. If he is now able to take a regular and effective turn on the and Bob Pastor, should be so lop-sided a betting favorite against the pudgy pounder who mound, some of the Reds'i even had Joe Louis resting on ........ ._. ., —.,- - 1 -- 1 the seat of his pretty silk panties less than three months ago. troubles are solved. Both the singles he gave up Wednesday came with two out, one was an infield bunt, and no Dodger reached second base. The immediate effect of this triumph was to preserve Cincinnati's 3Va game lead over the_ tenacious St. Louis Cardinals, who nosed out the Phillies 10-9 by virtue of Ducky Medwick's two-run homer in'the eighth. The pennant picture at present is: Games Games to Won Lost Behind Play Cincinnati.. 80 50 St. Louis... 78 55 3% Chicago ....74 62 9 Brooklyn ...69 62 11% «»«*•*•' *»»-» w w fc» uii^* l j-, fcii^j Ot*Jf C A ' — _.. ,. , ,.. i cept that the betting fraternity ! Cooke was a Wimbledon final- was just about right in mak- j 1st this year, good enough to ing his boy favorite. carry Bobby Riggs to five sets, | "Yes, and after this we'll be looking for the heavyweight crown," the quiet Califbrnian added. Michigan Wolverines and he wasn't off his game Wednesday. Van Horn has made tremen- • dous improvement since last year's championships, when' Budge squelched him with the i loss of only one game. He's about i full grown now, and confident, i i "After all, it took Vines only | two years to reach the top," he ; said. "One year he was ranked i only eighth, and the next year i he "won the title. They say my , style is something like his." , Though totally unranked na- | Trudging wearily toward the wire-girt prison camps which await them, these Polish soldiers, closely guarded by German troops, are among the first of many prisoners taken in the smashing German — Central Press Radiophoto advance through eastern Poland. Barring escape, these Poles will not know freedom again until the European war Is at an end or death comes from hardship and privation. ANN ARBOR, Sept. 14.— (JP) —ling and passing played a major =-- „ Michigan's football team is com-I part in Michigan's resurgence to tionally and unseeded in the ing up this season with a shift football power last year, appar- i championships, the Lo s Angeles with which it hopes to befuddle ently is headed for another ban- i kid has a good chance of reach- ! ner year. In Wednesday's scrim- ing Saturday's semi-finals at 24 opponents. 20 The shift, used successfully 18 i against Ohio State in the final „ „ ._ 23 i game of the 1938 season, is a The Chicago Cubs strengthen-1 rhythmic, uniform movement of ed their grip on third with a 15-4 tb. e entire team from the huddle blast against the Boston Bees. Hank Leiber led the assault with two home runs The ' New York Giants split a doubleheader with the Pitts- into standard formation. Then after a one second halt the ball is put in play. Coach Herbert O. (Fritz) Crisler said the shift was designed to burgh Pirates Harry Gunbert I make it difficult for opponents coming up with a spectacular j 'P diagnose plays and to enable two-hit contribution to take the \ linemen to change positions more opener 2-0 and the Buccaneers 1 ra P'r -i , , ^ ^ bunching their - , hits 'in the!-: -It will keep the defense guess- nightcap to win 7-4. Bobby Feller led the Cleveland rf * e J 0 " ger *,? s nd to do - the ,r - we Wolverine . Indians to a 9-4 .decision over ^ntor said explaining, he did the World Champion Yankees for a Sweep of the two-game series. In getting his 21st vic- not use the shift in his- first season as coach last year because "we had enough to do. . mage, Harmon displayed amaz- ! least._ His quarter-f inal_ oppon- ing speed, breaking away long gains. for ent Friday will be Wayne Sabin of Portland, who scored a sur- tory Feller had a' shutout for o-gSh-^ i'l £ ^"H had eight innings and the outcome M &VS nSht wfth* ^^ wits never in doubt as the .Tribe wa n{ it^- h A^H 6 lf they tr °" P 1p° S to? e R d ef S^k'ad MfcS'ganMf'^ntinue to run Bpston Red Sox took a d_ f plays from fee a^ra > s?«J2 g^^^n&uas: Gnsler said, making a change chop another nick in New York's American league lead and prolong the pennant race. 1 They now stand: in style of play unnecessary. The shift was tried out Wednesday with varying success Crisler, for the second succes- o™ Won lost RrhJn S d Pl»v ' SiVG daV ' SCnt fiV6 teams through Won Lost Behind Play ia s fiff contact ririll New York.. 96 40 Boston 81 55 15 Boston's victory was a 18 He probably will team with ' prising victory Wednesday over Halfback Paul Kromer and Quar- ; Adrian Quist of Australia, terback Forest Evashevski, but j the fullback berth is developing i into a two-way battle between ! Ed Christy, who also hails from ! Gary, and Bon Westfall, Ann j Arbor sophomore. Jack Meyer, 210-pound reserve signal caller, rejoined the squad Wednesday, but doctors said it would be several w«eks before he would be able to practice Meyer j „. wj|| T k underwent a knee operation sev- <jfJai iana »•"' ' a * c erai months ago. | Crack at Scrimmage Friday or Saturday EAST LANSING, Sept. 14.— (yp)_Slappmg a bit of polish on his Michigan State college football warriors in preparation for a first crack at scrimmage Friday or Saturday, Coach Charley Bachman, today served notice that Sophomores must do more than their share of carrying the ball this season. • Wednesday, Bachman turned out six backfields for signal The Fin and Feather club of ; drill an d the second-year per- er declared that most of the and daughter, Betty Lou, of I experimentation with positions Freesoil, were visitors at Gunn ! had been completed during lake Tuesday, Sept. 5. j spring training and that he , Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mat- < did not anticipate many more tix of Scottville were guests at changes along that line. at Rupert Stephens cottage j A Flint combination. Eddie Monday. j Pearce holding the bill and Harold Tubbs and son, Billy, j End Bruce Blackburn Tucking. ; nf South Bend, Ind., came' vied with last year's place- Thursday to visit with Mr. • kicker. Los Bruckner and " Rossi ; Tubbs' parents, Mr. and Mrs.; assisting, for a prolonger "ex- ; William E. Tubbs. They re- tra-point" drill. [turned to South Bend Saturday , ------------ i morning. Sale Sends Pitcher I , p aul Barrett and son. Robert. _. , __. |nf East Lansing, were guests Pippen tO Tigers Thursday and Friday of Repre- __ tentative and Mrs. Rupert PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 14.-- A Stephens at the Kum-an-go sale by the Athletics sent Pitch- Cottage. ; er Henry i Cotton i Pippen to the; ~ — ' Detroit Tigers today. ; £'1668011 The righthander had a record Mr> and Mrs Godfrey Hall-! of four victories and eleven berg and family of Ludington. i losses with the A's this season.. Mrs. Henry Harvey of Pontiac, Drafted from the Sacramento Henry Schuette of Detroit and club last October, he was sold Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ney of Riv- i Wednesday for the waiver price, erton were Sunday evening din- Pippen is expected to join the ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- ; Tigers in New York tcday. Gunn Lake ; Mr. and Tubbs had Mrs. William as guests Ham Hasenbank Jr. of Meade. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smith 'of .Houghton .lake are. guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- E. liam Tucker. 1ROUT flfiE Regular Monthly Meeting of Fin and Feath&r Club Is Held All spectators, except those i Mason county, meeting Wed- SO nnel led all the rest. «j.\_ . " _ _ • »-* Q a ft o IT owoninrr iv\ n T^Qmili** f^ — i—nnlvfinor? ,w,n r~ w^ - n -••* uy •w^ VM vv*i o, v,A.t.tlJU 1/11UOC i , . 18 with passes, were barred fromj nesda y evening I" 0 the scrimmage which freauentlv monthly session, in a regular one backfierd was made up *o™,« * *u ^ 4- -. ^- w . "- ov-««"i« B c winuii neuucnuy i :-- X7, heard Con- O f experienced men. two others taming of the Detroit Tigers by drew Crisler's criticism servation officer Ivan Roberts j contained only one veteran Lefty Grove, who allowed only, Tom Harmon the fieet Garv I re P° rt that 28 .°°° brook and each, two more were solely _i i ij-i . ', . _. •'*. Hvrmm t y/Mif V»o /^ Koon i-vlntifriH <~i i_ „— ^«« „*-.*-! ^,-v-» *-, V\ *-.' four hits. The Chicago White Sox, out of the pennant race, took both ends of a doubleheader from the Washington Senators on seven hit pitching jobs by Ted Lyons and Jack Knott. The first went 11-innings to a 3-1 score and the second was called at 4-2 in the eighth because of darkness. The St. Louis Browns did an about face against the Philadelphia Athletics to win 11-3 on a 17-hit attack. Victory to Play Market Basket Team Victory softball team will entertain Market Basket team on Sunday afternoon at Victory park, it was announced tpday. The game wiii be called at 2 o clock a'nd is expected to be a. hard-fought battle. The Market Basket team was recently -defeated by. Victory and will: be seekin^reverige when it mans the diamond at the^park. >"9; %>-j;i ', i Ti.,.;. .... Ind., halfback whose ball-carry- Win Win brown trout had been planted in Mason county streams during the past week. An invitation to the wives pf Sophomore, and one held three veterans and a second-year man. The experienced line-up con- members of the club was ex-jtained in one set: Herman PlaVOff Contest i tended at tne meeting to at- Klewicki at quarterback, Jerry * j.«,jrw iA v/viibcob itend the sixtn annual Con _ Dr ake at left half, Eddie Pearce (Ey THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) Five Kansas City pitchers failed to check a rampaging Indianapolis team in the Amer- iservation Conference for Mich- at right half, and Paul Der- lean Not to be outdonp th P T nir<j ville Colonels aga?n' outslugged I the Minneapolis Millers and won its second straight 9 to 3 Indians _ smashed' the"' igan Women. The conference, rickson at full. The other to be held Sept. 26 and 27 in i brought together Bob Sherman, Ludington and Ludington State 'Lansing Sophomore quarter- park, is expected to draw many 'back; Casey Kiewicki, of Ham..,.=,._- ._ .,. _ _,.__ jtramck, at left half; Jack Amon, that i of Grand Rapids, at fullback, work and Dick Publow, of East Lanbe an event of Sunday, sing, at right half. the tne , thhat day rtv?r river- ~ the project to be of an exhibi- Cleveland 70 Waahingtou , 59 PblludelphU 48 *t, Loul» 37 Wednesday's Results Boston I. Detroit 0. 'Cleveland 9. New York 4. 81, LouU 11, PhiUdelphte 3, Ohlcngo 3-4, Washington 1-1. Games Today , g»tro(t at New York: Bt, U>uU at Washington. ChiMuro at Phlladelphlft. , ., Owvejand M Boston. 61 65 79 SB 97 .353 Kansas City hurlers for 18 hits; f oen *™g?™ d ° esi £ neadn £ one a fourmaster by Jimmy i - nature - designed to Adair with nobody aboard Louisville's attack on Minneapolis was featured by three home runs. Detroit Junior at full, was the only experienced man in a backfield consisting of Art Woelfle, a new York state boy, at quarterback, Mike Schelb, of Allegan, at passing motorists with i right half, and Norm Sloan, of the work done by the club, isaginaw, at left half. ac- the ; Rose Shereda, Laura and Pioneer Cabin, Gunn lake, over;Dora Fend and John Rybicki the week-end. Mr. and_ Mrs.'are attending; business school Alby Smith and daughter of in Muskegon. Alliance. O. Mr. and Mrs. i Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nordine Harry Smith and Miss Bessie | of Ludington were callers McCallum of Grand Rapids, ; Monday evening at the Frank and Mr. and Mcs. George A. ' Hunt and Orville Bailey homes Smith and daughter. Mary here. Lou, of Fountain were guests of : Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grinnell Mr. and Mrs. Tubbs Sunday!and Mrs. Selina Martin were and visited with Mr. Smith's j called to Manistee Monday brother of Grand Rapids and ; evening by the illness of Mrs. his nephew of Alliance. O. j Arthur Martin. Mrs. Selina > A. company of 16 Boy Scouts j Martin remained with her with their scoutmaster. As-[daughter-in-law and Mr. and .sistant Scoutmaster Robert Me- jMrs. Grinnell returned. Mrs. Ar- Comb, who had been in charge i thur Martin, though she had of the 'group when they camped ; been seriously ill, attended the at Gunn lake several years ! Freesoil Homecoming, ago, and a camp coojj, all of _ South Bend. Ind.. returned to ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ their homes Monday morning I after camping in the Tubbs j Camp Grove. One scout caught i , a large pickerel while fishing j from the shore of Gunn lake. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bur- I kett and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald j Tobey of Plymouth occupied , the William A. Tobey cottage at Gunn lake during the past week. Representative and Mrs. Rupert Stephens of Scottville with their houseguest, Mrs. Harriet Dean, of Detroit, spent the past (week at the Kum-an-go cot-i j tage at Gunn lake. Mrs. Floy I Stephens of Ludington spent several days during the week as guests of her cousins, Mrs. j Stephens and Mrs. Dean, at ' the Stephens cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Granger j EXCITING! THRILLING! HORSE RACES • THURSDAY • FRIDAY More entries than ever—which means a plenty fast track—which means thrilling competition in every race. BE THERE—WATCH THE PONIES FIGHT FOR SPEEDING EVENTS. BE SURE TO SEE THE AMATBUR BOXING. Western Michigan Fair $f>0 in cash Riven away each day except Friday— Bus Service Available to Fairgrounds from Ludington Following the regular business meeting, a reel of state "Count" Don Rossi, of Detroit, was calling signals for The third and possibly decid- ™ ( L nse /T atio !? films were shown, j three Sophomores: Bill Kening games of will be Clayed tonight" Major League Leaders cpripc i •*•*"• ""'»" "»u uccji uiuu^iii/ tu ilieuy, Of ucuiuii/, tti, iigiii> iian, benes the meeting, by .District Super- (Roman Kaman, all-state high visor Chester Bonney who was;school fullbacK from Grand Rapids, and Wy Davis, the Dundee twin, in the tailback. (By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) AMERICAN LEAGUE Batting—DIMagglo, New York. .397; Foxx, Boston. .355. Runs—Poxx. Boston, 131; Rolfe. New n!? u k'?,, batted 'n—Williams, Boston, 129; DIMagglo, New York, 120. .2761 Hits—Rolfe. New York, 196; McCosky, I Detroit, and Keltner. Cleveland 175 I Doubles—Rolfe, New York, 42; Wll- j Hams, Boston, 39. Triples—Lewis, Washington, 16; McCosky, Detroit, 14. Home runs—Foxx, Boston, 35; Dl Magglo, New York, and Qreenberg. De- Stolen bases—Case. Washington, 50; «, Detroit, and Kreevlch, Chicago, 20. Pitching—Domald. Nqw York. 13-2; Hevlng. Boston, 11-3. NATIONAL LEAGUE Batting—Mize, 8t. Louis. .355; Med- wlck, Bt. Louis, .337, ftunlr—Mack, Chicago, 96; Herman., Chicago, 94. Runs batted in—McCormlck, Cincinnati, 105: Medwlck. St. Louts, 103. Hlte—Medwlck, St. Louis, 176; McCor- mlck. Cincinnati, 175. Double*—Slaughter, St. Louis. 44; Mia*, St. LouU, 37. Triples—Herman, Chicago, 14; Goodman, Cincinnati, 13. Home runs—Ott. New York, 27; Mlze, 8t, Louis, and CamllU, Brooklyn, 25. Stolen bases—Handley, Pittsburgh, 18; ack. Chicago, 14. Pitching—Derrlnser, Cincinnati, 20-7; Wy»tt. Brooklyn, 8-3. a guest of the club. During the World war spies are said to have sent to their respective intelligence cervices more weather information than any other type of hewa. Lafayette was only 19 years old when he came v» the United States to help Washington in the Revolutionary war. Willie Davis, the other half of the Dundee shipment, was at quarterback for a full Sophomore backfield of Vic Beardsell, of Buffalo, N. Y., at right half; Buck Crosthwaite, of Detroit, at leit half, and Earl Stevens, of Buchanan, at fullback. Backfield Coach Joe Holsing- VKKHKIM MOTOR TO 3 5 Reasons Why High Heat Content Very Low Ash Less Smoke & Soot Quick Even Heat No Slack or Dirt 4 MAYFLOWER COAL Is the BIG Favorite in Ludington Homes. Phone 130 For Your Order! Prompl, Efficient Service Courteous Drivers A Coal For Every Purpose A Price For Every Purse Ofo Abrohttinson-Nerheim EVERYTHING TO BUILD ANYTHING! Phone 13O A NEW LIGHT ON HOME WORK .' ! ! MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE CO. IT'S NOT THE STUDYING SPOILED HIS EYES- THE LIGHTING ASHAME 1OUT OF4 AT HIS AGE SUFFER FROM 1 DEFECTIVE VISION— POOR LIGHT'S THE USUAL CAUSE) MY GOODNESS, WHAT TRAGEDY COULD BE AVOIDED IF PEOPLE WOULD ONLY USE I-E.S. LAMPS FOR SEEING -WORK. LOOK FOR THE TA6_ THEN YOU KNOW ITS SAFE FOR SEEING/

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