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SIX THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. FRIDAY, SEPT. 15,1939. Ten Boxers Eliminated In Bouts At Fairgrounds League Leaders Threaten to Cross Up Experts (By JUDSON BAILEY) (Associated Press Sports Writer) ' Program Is Featured by Two] ju.<;t to cross up the experts, in the nightcap to 8-4. Dutch Leonard. Technical and Two Regular Knockouts the "faltering" Cincinnati Reds masterful knuckleballer, earned) Washington's! Winner of Bout Will Get Ten-boxers, colored and white, local Mid visiting, were eliminated inlthe first night of boxing at tM-W&stern Michigan Fair assofciS&On's annual boxing may rush into the National , league pennant under full .steam j and the "invincible" New York Yankees may make another embarrassing entrance league American through the back door. into the .sanctum The courageous Cincinnati club, shaking off misfortunes year's show with two j right and left while with.stand- moWnights to run, is the biggest Ing a .siege by the St. Loin., show of its kind In the history of Cardinals, has won live consecu- r. w . ,. J: i-_i ,-. CM t VP p-timpv t.his wpek mclnd- the fair. Somewhat over 50 boxers were entered in the bouts. All bu#*one of the first-night entries-;, made stands for their bouts, with one being eliminated by default. The*re were several interesting ";, featuring plenty of fc-tossing. in technical live games this week, including a doubleheader from the New York Giants Thursday. In contrast,, the World Champion Yankees, with resources to burn, have lost three in a row. RUt the Boston Reel Sox also were be.aten Thursday, improv- and ing New two calling last others ended in actual knockouts. . for the evening were L. L. '<361e, B. Ostendorf and M. Dahringer. Referees were L. C. DWitt and John Veneclau- son, both of Grand Rapids. Boxers - Thursday evening •were from Bitely, Welltston, Mus- Yankees ycar "clinched" when the the ria« •while dropping a doubleheader to the lowly St. Louis Browns. This The second night of fighting will begin this evening shortly after 1 ; nine o'clock and the championship bouts will be held ,' on Saturday night. All fights are held immediately in front of the grandstand at the fairgrounds. Jones vs. Fox is the pennant picture: National League Games Games to won Lost Behind Play 82 50 22 .79 55 4 19 hi.s 18th win with a -six-hit job that beat Liu- St. Louis Browns Choice at Title Next Year Big Seven Sked dream Miles made a pinc.hhitter's! come true for the Piiila-j cielphia Athletics. Coming but in the last of the inning with a man on base,: Miles .slammed out a homer to' beat the Chicago White Sox 4-2. j Chicago 76 Brooklyn... 70 American League New York.. .96 56 62 63 12 \ ? 16 21 (By SH) F15DER) PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 15.— (7Pi—Before a crowd expected to reach 30,000. Barkeeper Tony Galento and Collegian Lou Nova tangle in Municipal stadium tonight for a piece of change and the rather doubtful pleasure of meeting Joe Louis next year. The fistic faithful figured to ring the cash register at the $100.000 mark or over for co- promoters Mike Jacobs and Herman Taylor, who are putting on this scheduled 15-round j tea party at 9 p. m. (E.S.T.) in i» i >«• i- n : the same ring in which Jack West Michigan Bowmeil Will jD^mpsey was dethroned by Gene Tunney 13 years ago. "Nova Favored ! As weigh-in time approached, j the odds on Nova continued to ;stand at 1 to 2, generally re- i gurded . as 'out of proportion ' i agnhust the pudgy puncher who ; had Louis on the floor in Yan! kce stadium less than three j months ago. One explanation j was that, the price had been "upperi" to lure wagers, since of Muskegon, j lime betting activity has been Match Skill at Scotlville on Sunday SCOTTVILLE. Sept. 15.— Scottville archers, together with official;; of the West ! Michigan Bowman association, | were completing plans today I for a championship tournament I to bo held at MacPhail field on Sunday, Sept. 17. H. J. Neinheus Sept. 22 (Friday) Alpena at Bay City Central. Manistee at Frankfort. Gay lord at Petoskey.* G. R. Union at Traverse City.* Cadillac at Lake City.* Sept. 23 (Saturday) Ludington at Muskegon. Sept. 29 (Friday) St. Ignace at Alpena.* North Muskegon at Manistee. Boyne City at Petoskey.* Gaylord at Traverse City.* Scottville at Ludington.* Sept. 30 (Saturday) Cadillac at Cheboygan. Oct. G (Friday) different teams that will com- 98 6 His pulse was off the prise this year's^ league set-up, normal mark, too, but otherwise, Clark said, Louis was in sound health. Cheboygan at Traverse City.* ! reation alleys. Local Leagues Make Plans for Beginning of Their Regular Season The resounding crash of bowling balls against the maples is being heard once again in Ludington. Bowling, one of Ludington's cooler weather | major sports, £pt under way Thursday with the formal opening of tlie newly remodeled and resurfaced Ludington Rec- Out-County Team Goes into Finals of Fair Baseball Tournament WRESTLING (By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) NORTH BEROEN. N. ,T.—Joe Du.sek, 237, Omnhn. bent bobby MnmiKoff, 215, ChlcnKO, time 17:35. (Additional Sports on I'agc 8) Beau Brummel. who, in immaculate, fastidious attire, set fashions for years, died penniless in 1840. the possessor of only unkempt, tattered garments. Boston 81 The Yankees 56 15 171 secretary of the association, is noted * _. i _ . i i .. t •__ n ii_.:n— ' 17 were spanked 6-1 by the Detroit Tigers Thurs- expected to be in Scottville , Tnc v ,. inner of this bout gets Saturday to wind up prepara- I a - snot at Louis . heavyweight tions for the meet. crown next year, provided, of . .-to invade featured Johnson Fox, of Wellston CCC ' camp at 125 pounds land Indians, path, edged arid Willie Jongs, colored, at the of! . *-»\r-t i • *^i • . : by Bob Pastor in Detroit next \J 4. M J H i 1_ J-* ^UtWiV.A.lS.j^.i.lJ.ilUJlJ . ,, ..,. l_iU«*l» 1 1 \- .t 11 T V, ,-V i , JJlVVl\_*t,\.t ( \J J. day on the six-hit pitching of i A . lai 'S. e number ol visiting course u ie Brown Bomber slips BuckNewsom. While the Cleve-'^ h ers " —^ f " '"™ ri " • -• - • • still on the war; Boston 8-7 with Bruce Campbell hitting a triple, double and two singles. ,1 » i \ . . .. •» U » L-XULJ i U.OHJI lit J_/CL the local park in quest of nb- ; «v d d N , ' bons. Only members may take Alpena at Cadillac.*• Manistee at Ludington.* Harbor Springs at Petoskey.* Oct. 13 (Friday) Alpena at Traverse City.* Manistee at Cadillac.* Petoskey at Ludington.* Oct. 14 (Saturday) Boyne City at Cheboygan. Oct. 20 (Friday) Petoskey at Alpena.* Traverse City at Cadillac.* . Hart at Manistee. Oct. 21 (Saturday) Cheboygan at Rogers City. Ludington at G. R. Creston. Oct. 27 (Friday) Sault St. Marie at Alpena.* Cheboygan at Petoskey.* Cadillac at Ludhigton * Oct. 28 (Saturday) City at Manistee. Nov. 3 (Friday) Alpena at Cheboygan. j Considerable work has been 'done the past few months by Brunswick workers in regrind- ing and resurfacing the alleys. All who bowled on opening Scottville Merchants gained the right to face Carr Settlement in the Western Michigan j fair baseball finals this afler- noon by eking out a narrow 7-6 victory over a hard fighting Ludington Todd-L-Inn outfit. Carr won us first round game by walloping Hart in the opening game Wednesday by the overwhelming margin of 23-2. With both teams in fine fettle the championship game this afternoon should be well worth witnessing. Thursday's tussle saw Todd- L-Inn jump into an early lead, hold it for three innings only night pronounced the alleys in! to have Scottville tie it up in j IA-1 condition. ithe fourth and then forge; i In addition to work done on ! ahead In the fifth to lead 4-1. ! j the alleys, various other im-| The sixth inning saw Todd- j ! provements will be noticed. The iL-Inn get back into the ball i i interior of the building has j game. Five straight base hits' been completely remodeled with | produced five runs and the ' a very pleasing color scheme \ Ludington outfit led 6-4. The' I incorporated throughout. The lead was short-lived fo'r the (ladies' room has also been i Merchants rang up a ,pair of completely remodeled. : markers in the last of the The Commercial league will 'sixth to tie the game at six-all, swing into action next Wed- The seventh and eighth in- nesday, it was decided at ainings were scoreless although i recent meeting of team cap- both teams tried desperately to 1 tains and representatives. The!push over the all-necessary! league will consist of six teams, j run. Scottville proved it had i isame as last year, and will i the final punch by scoring the; I bowl a 99-game schedule. The | winning run in the last frame i Ludin°-ton it Traverse rirv * i£ agu , e lineu P is as follows: j to end a hectic ball game. | r"ri Hr. "t pptn^p,?* y " te, BS - Court " Ele , ctl -'c Tamper. The Scottville-Carr settle-' i Willougnby's, schlitz. Bleser ment game for the fair cham- part in the shooting but, as in the case of previous, meets, a huge flow of visitors is ex- to New Y ork now needs only to '"='-- "- v n r rive it inrl lnre el ^ gamS ' BOSt ° n to front rank of the only in the past year or so. largely on victories ^ c _ , over Gunnar Barlund and dur- 1 able Tommy Farr and a techni- Cadillac at Petoskey.-* Nov. 10 (Friday) Rogers City at Alpena.# Petoskey at Traverse City.* Nov. 11 (Saturday) Ludington at Manistee. Cadillac at Big Rapids . * Indicates night games. in thei first round but in the second 1 and third rounds Fox forged ahead, taking the aggressive side and landed several fine blows to impress the judges and win the bout by a unanimous decision. Gerling vs. Wood Earl.. Wood, c o 1 o red, of Stronach COG camp, weighing 125 pounds, started the second bout b-p'Bi fierce attack on Forrest Gerling, Muskegon, at 124 pounds. In the first round, ,, . .. u i.oart from the field during the ,,,,.. three, to wrap up the lciav j cal knockout ol madcap Maxie | Yanks' fourth flag in as seasons. iday. many I wuh members coming from Grand Rapids, Muskegon, Hart, 'and Star Watch Case. pionshlp is scheduled to get | Russell Rasmussen is presi- under way at 3:30 o'clock this ,dent of the Commercial league afternoon, ^nd Herb Johnson, secretary. ! Score by innings- It has not yet been definitely Todd-L-Inn 100005000—(5 idecided when the Industrial j Scottville 000132001—7 ileague will get under way or 1 what teams .will make up the j ^^ Order Galento, on the other hand. The above schedule was com-(league, piled by Reid O. Luse, secretary All team captains and repre- The resurgent Reds linked 13 Newaygo Shelby Walkerville.' ! is an old campaigner along the hits in each game to crush the, Baldwin ' and Scottville there i fistic trail. On the r»no-iii=Hr. Giants 8-5 and 9-3. The first j promises to be " ' " ' game was Paul Derringer's 21st; petition in all victory and the second went in- i various classes will - - - ~ --- - !/*-»'•..» t_w.fSl.utiltJlk*lV4 *lV^t\- of the Northwestrn Michigan sentatives of teams signifyiiiK B conference, at Class com- include ' string- of knockouts and win a the their willingness to bowl did league's behest. A change or not show up at a meeting two may develop, since installa-:Thursday night and as a re- tion of lights for night football • suit exact status of the league has not been completed in one lineup is not certain. The Louis To His Bed Gerling hit stayed down the canvas and lor a count of nine. In the second round Wood again, took the initiative and fed Gerling plenty of leather, again, knocking him to the floor of th£ ring wnere he stayed for a count of nine. -Up he came agaffi, but almost • immediately the referee awarded the bout to to the books a.s Milt Shof filer's i men, women" and junior groups', i chance at Louis last June. Lou- I "£_ ™° '" "' DETROIT, or two cities. Five conference Industrial league will Have 12 ; Heavyweight teams. However, the Reds played a-i will continue throughout the j rounds on that occasion, giving gain without Lonnie Fre.y be- j day until awarding of ribbons ' him a thorough going over, but cause the Keystone star had in-i at about 5 o'clock. ' jurecl his foot the day before witl> a foul titi. The Cardinals made the most; I only after Galento had hurt ~ , _: - —— ! him in the first round and BOD Pastor ClOSeS ' dropped him in the third. of their single game with the] Training" fOF Fight j As might be expected, each of Boston Bees, swatting out a 1 DETROIT. Sept. 15—(/Pi-—;the punch-tossers is confident! G-3 victory for Curt Davis' 21st, Trained down to fighting! he'll finish on top. Each pre-' Sept. 15.—</P> — Champion Joe just five days from his . pena and Traverse City. The ex- 1 1 ' 011 - Nel.son's Service, Rotary, 'today because of a head cold perience of Traverse ( two .Scottville Rotary, Park Dairy. I and abnormal body temper- yearsi and Alpena (one year) :Barnett's Service, American' has been very favorable as to' Laundry, Scottville Creamery, large increase in patronage Attendance under the ^ t uach uped the ,;'. crhfs Corporation of Michigan, Hansen and Peterson Auto forme SfUes ' Willoughby. Weyenberg's Shot ' C A few of the season. The Chicago Cubs also hung on doggedly to the leaders' trail, sweeping two games from the Phillies 13-1 and 5-2. Old weight and pronounced in ex-; diets a knockout victory. Nova, oattirdiv aftprnnnn i t ' au ^ges. ew -sin n mv m^t.i™ otner teams are also being con- 0 .s in manj insiances. . s ifi,. r ed cellent condition. Bob Pastor i grimly determined to be closed out his training grind to-j heavyweight champion, day with a four-round bout. He. he'll cut Tony so badly will rest at his Brighton camp'referee will have to halt The most uoDil-ir fall'";and hurt someone if the fight iwas continued. . Jlnholm vs. Burnett Ai.- J^udington boy, Herman Pinholm, 137 pounos, scored the first actual knockout of the evening over Charles Burnett of Muskegon, at 137 pounds. Charley Root held the tail-j over the week-end before com- ] blood-letting in six rounds. The! Russia enders to eight scattered hits in | ing to Detroit for his heavy-i Orange <N. J.) pub-keeper-about t the first and himself hit a i weight title fight with Cham-' counters that his left, hand will! three inches of homer while Hank Leiber hit ajpion Joe Louis Wednesday! put the California kid to sleep! piece circuit blow with two on to lead'night ' ' "--- ; the march in the second because in urges all team captains jby Saturday." representatives to turn out The champion was examined nu i-iaiiu names in v, U1 im p° rtant meeting to be Thursday by Dr. B. W. Clark . , ,. , . ,,, , . , i —- —•- - - -—•• . •- o — —•- ,. -..-.xiuvjiu Each cigarette" hasui a ,'' 7:3 ° p - m - Mon day at mf the State Boxing commis- , y feeling that Gerling wouldj enders to eight scattered hits in| ing to Detroit for his heavy-i Orange <N. J.) pub-keeper :about two incher, of tobacco and ! tle alleys - Filial plans for jsion, who found Louis had a l. Viriml willithroA iiiphac r.f ,^0,^^,. ,,i^,,i^ i the leaf; next says the J* I i:j nuiL u uiuiiLi IKU the j there are no brand rip- • ^his :ski League President Ed Jankow- ature. Dr. Chester C. Ames, Louis' physician, described the order as "just a precautionary measure." "He has a cold in hi.s head but I think the day's rest will break it up," Ames said. "He should be back in top health paper inouth- in live. ue season will be dis- i temperature of 99 cussed. j •— - ~~Lady bowlers are also mak- j ing plans for the coming sea- ' Normal Is VAUIES " UTri; "- SUGAR, 100 Ibs. MOTHER'S BEST FLOUR, bbl. LARD. (boinc A rendered) « Ibs. SODA CRACKERS. 2 Ibs. GRAHAM CRACK- PRIM O TISSUE O rolls \\IIEAT1ES, box KELLOGG'S CORN FLAKES. „ 27c <p«)*O«) 13c CANNED MILK, 1 fans HUSKIES, l>kR. JEI.LO. all flavors, . POTATOES, peck HILLS BROS. COFFEE Ib. BANANAS, IOC IOC IOC 25C IOC 5c 25c GRAPHS, basket ONIONS, 10 Hi. bans VELVF.ETA 15C WATERMELONS. HONEY ROCK MEIX>NS, 2 for LUND'S GROCERY 310 S. Washington Pbone 111 Ave. Unusual an"le of this WA AT*UU*hl^-^ \SA-i f *A L/ 4-tt I 1 J *-' l-****-»*J. . . _„_--,, VW^ULOL^W ^u.V'**. Pinholm came out swinging in]y iclo .ry m Iour S^mes since! At the Louis camp in the, first round and Burnett fading west. The Buccaneers I ville handlers had thei crumbled almost immediately •before- the Ludington youth's artillery;. He came up again and managed to remain lor the remainder of the . round, v In the second round, however, Burnett j carrie'out staggering and Finholm landed a hard blow putting his stfavering foe into deep^sleep on Che-canvas. Balbernie vs. Linder insisted on;de Cardenas. North- i either Blake or Arthur Donovan ! —---- wor-1 of New York. Joe Jacobs, Galen-! Ithe of lining up the j bagged the opener 4-3 but left ries. Not only was the chain- i to'.s pilot, squawked over the _<. i _, thejpion running a slight tempera-1 possibility of Donovan as ref' turn and suffering from a cold, | eree after the New Yorker took but the scales .showed he was five rounds away from Henry seven pounds overweight. 14 runners stranded on technical knockout. Smith vs. Williams Bob Smith, of Ludington, weighing 159, won his bout from Kelly Williams, Bitely negro, 160 pounds, by a decision after three .rounds which practically wore the two fighters to a fraz- Schedtiled to rest today, Louis w r i!l work out Saturday, Sunday and Monday in an attempt to get down to fighting weight be-! I'ore Wednesday's fight. The champion looked sluggish Thursday as he ignored his cold and went five rounds with mates. Armstrong in his recent unsuccessful lightweight title defence against Lou Ambers. BOXING NEW YORK—Willie Joyce, 135, Chl- cuyo, outpointed .Jut- Tours. 13:,, Puerto KIci (8). ?. e ," i hi.s sparrin with " ' r — WATfcKBURY. Conn.—Eddie Dolan, i •51, Watfrfoiirv. Conn., I- -.t Bobby Cum- i Hiigs. 143, New York, (C). j was a slow battle. Balbernie held a slight edge during the first round, although little fighting was accomplished. The second round saw Balbernie pushing Linder around the ring without doing much damage. ,In the third round, however, the terrific, pace of dashing from one/side of the ring to the other began to tell on Linder with the lesult that the bout was awarded to Balbernie on a decision. Anderson vs. Lyons "Fuzzy" Anderson, Ludington boxer weighing 144 pounds defeated Chester Lyons, Wellston CCC, at 148 pounds by a deci- , Sioh. The 'bout was fairly fast With Lyons absorbing more Jblows than Anderson. At the ,erj,d of the third round, both '{fooys were extremely tired and Vibe ibout, a close one through- f*£ut, awarded to Anderson. A"JI McCoy vs. Johnson a display of affection is seen in a ring as was when George McCoy.,./ 144, ~ton, /ind Albert Johnson, ih colored boy, 139, to the ring. With the Of the fight ,the two laced themselves in other's arms where they "1 most of the tune de, r efforts of the referee them to use long range . Both boys did 'a lot of with neither one be- very much, Midway in Hi' round, f? e shadow r ring, tout It wasn't was Johnson's in the middle lied there by '^—Tended award- on a ting up. Smith or in get-I held a slight! edge through the entire light, and, had the final round gone four minutes, the fight probably would have ended in a double knockout. As it was, however, Smith won the decision. Roundtree vs. Washington Henry Roundtree, colored Stronach fighter, weighing 1GO pounds, and Harold Washington, Bitely Negro, at 159'/, pounds, put on a fine bout". Washington came out swinging and copped the first round During the second and third rounds, however, Roundtree carried the activity to Washington and won the two frames entitling him to a victory by decision. Mathews vs. Williams The scheduled ninth bout was awarded to Richard Mathews 169 - pound Stronach Negro, when Alex Williams, also colored, of Bitely, at 104 pounds defaulted. Bell vs. Lindsay O'Neil Bell, 143-pound Stronach Negro, proved himself a carbon copy ol another member of his race, Joe Louis, by his victory over Edward Lindsav, colored, Bitely, 144 pounds ' . Bell came out sharp-shoot- mg in the first minute of the bout, landing several blows which nearly knocked Lindsay's head off. After about the second minute of the scrap, Stronach s brown bomber made a direct hit and the fairgrounds were blacked out as far as Lindsay was concerned. The referee counted him out, but the count SSrI a it ted " Lto<taay nev< * The Spor Men THE BOWLING SEASON HAS BEGUN—Our alleys have all been newly resurfaced 'to make your bowling game a thrilling, exciting sport. Here's the sport for everyone! . . . Men and women alike enjoy getting this healthful, invigorating exercise. Drop in and try it ... our alleys are open afternoons and evenings. SMITH'S RECREATION Bowling Is An Inexpensive Sport SWEATERS for MEN and BOYS This year we are showing a real selection of sweaters. Every type you can imagine— plain and two-tone color combinations — Zipper, button and pull-over styles. Boys' Sweaters Run in price from $| .25 $A.95 Styled exactly like dad's and the older boys'. REAL AMATEUR BOXING CARD Will Be Presented Right After Vaudeville Show ALL SEMI-FINAL BOUTS WILL BE Men's Sweaters Run in price from .95 to Featuring RUGBY and LAMB KNIT makes. These sweaters are all of the newest that the market offers. FOUGHT THE TOGGERY K. L. ASHBACKER & SONS TONIGHT and SATURDAY WITH CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHT SATURDAY NIGHT! DONT MISS THEM—THE GREATEST SHOW AT THE FAIR! Western Michigan Fair Bus Service Available to Fairgrounds from Ludington LAST TIMES TONIGHT—BIG COMBINATION— PROFESSIONAL VAUDEVILLE SHOW AND 12 BOUTS OF BOXING ALL AT ONE PRICE IN THE GRANDSTAND. PLENTY OF GOOD GRANDSTAND SEATS ONLY 25c! OTHER PRICES—Reserved section 50c. Ringside seats 75c. Bleachers 15c.

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