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THE DAILY NFAVS--LUDINGTION, MICHIGAN. SATURDAY, SEPT. 30, 1939. le Field Gridiron Lights Go Into Use Tonight SWJT 9 P, M. rief Dedication , Program Precede LHS-Spartan Season Opener Ludlngton's Orioles and Scott- flic, having their final practice [-sessions rained out Friday, :are •All set to .take the field tonight " i the opening game oil- the , _ tiole home schedule, The .6pen- j "«thg kick-off is scheduled.fidr 9 i ' "jK m., the later starting time be- ' Mg for'the .convenience of r :»ier- * Chants and others not able toXget' |'i away early on'Saturday night. The three other games on the Oriole home schedule, the Manistee, Petoskey and Cadillac ''games, will toe played Friday I nights and will start at 8 p. m. After a summer of careful |.' grooming, the Oriole field green- fiward is in fine shape for the bpener tonight. , The new powerful lighting system, one of the finest in this section of the state, has been pronounced more than satisfactory "fay both players and officials alike. Oriole gridders, who went j through a light practice drill I tinder the lamps Thursday night, *' Were particularly impressed by, the lack of glare regardless of* the fact that the light ou'|&ut is heavily concentrated on jaie playing area. : ^' ; > Mitch Read, Oiriole metttor, had his gridders practice. with, |, .both the conventional colo- K ~ n -' and the white ball with two stripes used in the majori night games. The Oriole^ no trouble following either ty U pigskin. Another notice"abfe" \ feature of the new lighting system is the lack of shadows, a fault found with some of the earlier lighted fields. ; Special dedication services will i be held shortly before the open: ing whistle. With the band play' fe in massed formation there 11 be special flag-raising fol- . lowed by a few words of dedica- i InHiictrv I tlon by W. J. Mueckler, president j ?..„. y of the Ludkigton school board. , Million • Officials who will handle the game are Brooks and Snyder of Muskegon and Pugno of Fremont. HAKD TO STOP low . MACMON By Jack Sord* fue rt itues ue CARRISP BAIL PERFECT DA\ -v -,-«.;•• •« Joe Cronin Gets 5-Year Contract, 4 New Players McKechnie Has Lot in (Common with McCarthy Worth More Than Dollars Per Year to State Between 80,000 and 100,000 in Michigan to Inaugurate Season LANSING, Sept. 30.—(/P)—It is ! believed that there are between 80,000 and 100,000 persons in Michigan who will get up before daylight Sunday, no matter what the weather, find themselves a nice damp spot along a lake or Day and at 7 a. m. start shooting j skywards—the object being to I kill some clucks. i The .state conservation depart- j ment is the authority for the Jguess that there will be close to 100,000 duck hunters in the field when the season opens Sunday, i and the department also believes ! that their discomfort will not be in vain. Last fall 79.000 hunters killed more than 538,000 ducks and kindred birds in Michigan. Scan- jning reports of increased sales of (federal duck stamps and happy I tidings from the Canadian I prairie provinces that the duck j flight this year will be the big- igest in 10 years, the department I deduces that the duck toll will be tremendous. Ends Nov. 14 I This year, the cluck .season cx- Itends to Nov. 14. Sunday, the season will open in the Upper Peninsula for woodcock, cottontail rabbit, prairie chicken, sharp tailed grouse and partridge. Lower Michigan must wait until Oct. 15 to train its sights on those i species. The hunter must wear his license number (hunting, not automobile) on a sticker across his back so that game wardens mav take advantage of him from | a distance. This system also ; makes it inadvisable to trespass i on farm property and insult the | land-owner. He, too, can get: your number. | The legislature decided after much consideration that 7 a. m.' Eastern Standard Time is "sun- '• , rise" for purposes of hunting' ,,t?, i preventing any cheating at i Albion Beats Alma as MIA A Season Is Opened Friday (By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) Albion defeated Alma 6 to 0 Friday night at Alma in opening the Michigan Intercollegiate association i .football Michigan college Pheasant are reported abundant, grouse nearing peak of 10-year cycle of abundance as opening of game season nears. Dates are: Upper Peninsula, October 1-20, Lower Peninsula, October 15-No- vernber 5, Inclusive. Ocorgctown 3, Temple 2. Duquesne 31, Illinois Weslcynn 0. Massachusetts State 0, Springfield 0 (tie). ... r . Syracuse 12, Clarkson 0. St. Bonaventurc (i, Providence 0. Auburn 6. BirmhiRliam-Southern 0. Tennessee 13, North Carolina State 0. Catholic U. 12, South Carolina 0. Loyola (New Orleans) 7, Louisiana Coll. 0. G orgctown (Ky.) 20, Alfred Holbrooke 0. Prtsbyterlnii Coll. 7, Mercer 0. Drake VI. Kansas 7. Ohio Wcsk-ytin 19, Youngstown 13. Marietta 25, Rio Ornncle 0. St. Mary's (Texas) 0. Xavlcr (Ohio) 0 (tie). Lv. unison '«•'!. Transylvania 0. Albion 6, Alma 0. Onincl Ri.tpliis Jr. 0.. Hopr 0 (tic). Central MlchlRan Tchrs. 20, Ferris 0. Butler 12, Ohio Univ. 7. OarlPton 14. tirinnoll 0. Hamllnc 0. Aususbury: 0. North Unkotn U. 19. Luthir (Iowa) 0. MornliigHlrle 15. Ncrth Dakota State I). Collctic ot Eniporla 0. McPher.son 0 (tie). Oklahoma A. & M. 52. Northwest Oklahoma Tchrs. 0. Denver G, Iowa State 0. Ni w Mexico 34. Wyoming 7, U.C.L.A. G. Texas Christian 2. San Jose State 'J7. Calltornla ll;imblem 0. San Diego State 26, Rccllancls 0. HIGH SCHOOL nig Rapids 8. Midland (I. Fremont 7. Ml. Pleasant 6. Petoskey 13, Boync City 0. Trovcrso City 7. Gaylorcl 0. North Mti»kc(;on 38. Manlstee 6. St. iRiiuce 0. Alpcna Coutrnl 2. Banner Scnool Mrs. Algot Jolinson, wlio was Saturday night game with j severely burned several \weekte Northern Illinois Teachers and , ago. is slowly improving. sent the reserves in against Mesdames Edith Ilines and Ferris institute in the first 'Oscar Swanson attended the night game played at Big Rap- i fil 'st meeting of the Star Ex- ids. Hintze and Osborn, aided by i tension group held Tuesday at '.passes, scored in the second ' the n ° mc of Mrs - Raymond | quarter. Strublc ran 25 yards | He y sc - __ for the third score in the lastj A T/indon Fn^Hnd "oca- ™ " Athletic season. In other games Central Michigan Teachers downed Ferris institute 20 to 0 at Big Rapids and Grand Rapids Junior college tied 0-0 with Hope, at Holland. The Western State Teachers- University of Detroit game scheduled for Friday night . at Detroit was postponed to this afternoon because of rain. Michigan Normal's opener scheduled with Indiana State Teachers for today at Ypsilanti has been postponed at the request of Indiana State. Albion's touchdown came in the last four minutes when Halfback Steve Beban threw an 18-yard pass to Elwood Lindow, a running mate. The two teams struggled on slippery footing with Alma having the upper hand until the touchdown. Central Michigan Teachers' college saved its regulars for the ! BOWLING Ro.sr Kobetich, president of the ladies' bowling league, announced this morning that plans for a ten team loop, original intention of the organization this year, had fallen the circuit would six teams. Although nine teams were the tenth or a 'backer tenth, could not be !, found so it was decided on an eight team loop. A complete list of teams that will compete will be announced early next week. Miss Kobetich said. The league season will open next Thursday arid Friday" regular nights for the ladies. A change has been made in the Industrial league lineup with Holmes' studio replacing Scottville Rotary. The change leaves Scottville without a representative in the men's leagues. Before the season op- | ened it seemed certain the ! east-county city would be rep- ' . resetned by two outfits. fourth on a 63-yard run but the Teachers stopped the threat. The scoreless tie between Hope and Grand Rapids Junior found each team failing in one opportunity. Grand Rapids got| to Hope's 10-yard line but Hope : held hard and near the end of the game Hope reached Grand ' Rapids' 17 'but was thwarted by ; a five-yard penalty and a • strong defense. j Football Results (Hy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) COLLEGE Albion 6. Alma 0. Grand Rapids Junior 0. Hop? 0 (tic). Central Teachers 20. Ft rrls Institute 0. Western State Teachers vs. Detroit. postponed to Saturday afternoon, niln. _ _ \'KKHKI]>1 KiJTOR C'O. LANSING — Milady's liking for furs still means more than a million dollars a year to Michigan trappers, a compilation of trappers' reports by the game division of the Michigan : made that important department of conservation nouncement in off-hand BOSTON, Sept. 30.—<7P»—Af- ;• : uarrying queries about Jo'e ( -....iiin's future for more than a •, ear with the reply that has nothing to worry about," ist7rtVng"ttmer"]koursTor 1 s B hoot- Tom -kawkey, millionaire owner | ing ducks geesCi brant d coot of the Boston Reel Sox, more j arc 7 a m to 4 _ m and for jack _ i than made good his promise by, sni p ei rails a £ d ga m mi les and! signing his player-manager to > woodcock, 7 a m to sunset. ! another five-year contract. j Limit 10 Ducks I When the young magnate The bag limit for ducks is 10 I an-I and the possession limit 20, pro-j fa- I yiding that when any daily limit disclosed today. Michigan did shion last night, he also said he | includes canvasback, redhead, better than hold its own in the j had signed up four other out- bufflehead and ruddy ducks, not last season. A take of 904,936 standing players. Jimmy Foxx.'more than three of any one of pelts for the fiscal year ex- , Ted Williams, Bobby Doerr and these species nor more than three ceeds by 313,594 -pelts the 1937- i Jim Tabor for the 1940 season, • " (By SID FEDER) NEW YORK, Sept. 30.—(/P)— I Among other incidentals, such 38 harvest. This production represents an increase of 53 Yawkcy refused m the aggregate may be taken. t pf 'The possession limits of these to comment , part j cular duck are nofc son. which Michigan was - rated as base hits, strikeouts, and I by the U. S. Biological Survey winning ball games, the boys!as third among fur-producing represents an increase 01 DO , m , t ^ «-hnrtsinn-mfina^pr's rp- * ""-«»ai uui^a die- nut muii; percent over the previous soa- , ?" '"f t l nn s or thote for the ltnan six of any onc kind or in " t " 1 " also will be playing for the ""meandering manager's cham- j.plonshlp of the big leagues in their World series get-together >>next week. ' - For, In Marse Joe McCarthy, I on the one hand, and Will. Mc'•Kechnie, on the other, you states of the nation. Muskrat skins accounted for most of the upswing with 300.000 - ... i the qff°refiRtp Cronin, purchased from I ^f^ "!,„„ iY, Washington for $150,000 ^nd> Lyn Lary m 1934. is reputed to, snipe 15 rail d gallin { lles 15 have been drawing $27,000 a in tne aggrc g ate of all kinds and since he took the Red Sox W00 dcock four. Reporting an in- for GPPSP inri O(HRC25 jack- .- . more, taken this year than ' neim. AS its pilot, ne nas seen j crease in tne numDer O f coot, the last, an increase of 63 percent. ; ^ • chib finish fourth sixth, |D s biological survey recom- The take of badgers, beaver. : flltn ancl lor lnis and /. ast . sea ~ I mended the increase on bag lim- onossiims anrl skunks rleHinpH : son as runners-up to the Yan- . i ts fm- that, snfif.ip.s opossums and skunks declined somewhat, while bobcat, coyote, ; kecs. have a pair of bosses who real- wolf and raccoon tallies rely get around. Marse Joe is the only man- f «ger in history to pilot pen- r nant winners in both leagues. 'Deacon Will is the only KUV to clubs in three different cities to the big dough. i And they are probably the most famous examples of mained about the same as in The take of 60 percent, i I Baseball's nasty little habit of P Iefce returns, I rewardhig .pennant - winning Badgers, 503; r.jnanagers by firing them.-Bbth bobcats, 532; the year before. foxes showed a weasels a 44 percent and mink a 30 percent increase. Twelve fur bearers are trapped in Michigan. The final tally, from trappers' reports and with estimates for incom- 10W farse all about Joe bpoted that "one. .th<? -Cubs Jhome in '29 and was -RoMtelvr 1 " 8 * 634 ' raccoons, 6,501; skunks, fkicked out the following year. ^^^ '™*°<">i° ••'•" *™ --•* i'**.^ ^SQPd Deacon won with |>,Wttsburgh in '25 and got the rlittle pink slip from the pirates '- 1 - -27. He repeated with St; ils in 1928, and was out of job -again the next year They're both; - sitting 'pretty -w, however^'The Yankees .... >uld as 'soonSflell Joe DIMag- flo as*ttiove McCarthy's', big Jaw outftof their dugout.^»And fin Cincinnati, the Reds, with LWielr first pennant in 20 years, i>«u« thinking of electinc ''Inild MdKechnie to the mayor's ifnce, anyway. AMERICAN LEAGUE York ....u. 4.,.104 44 .'}. »,!•»,.„,,,.. 88 ,61 86 66 84 67 On rjn JtptJ ,'.'.'.'^\'.'.'.\'.'. 64 87 55 96 41 '110 'FriYiay'V 'Results lend 4-3, Detroit 3-0. go at St. Louis, rain. y games scheduled.) Games Today at Detroit, 8t. Louis (Z). , i at Philadelphia, ftt *?ew York (2), Pet. .705 .-.691 .560 .556 .526 ,424 .364 .272 NATIONAL LEAGUE '*. "« .j* , ' i W.- I; .91 .82 .81 .76 .67 .62 .45 56 59 69 69 73 84 87 "Bet, .632 .607 .543 .540 .510 .444 .416 .304 ral». foxes, 3,159; is as follows: beaver, 5,945; coyotes, 2,098; i miuk, 17,546; muskuat, ,782,924; opossums, wolves, weasels, 5g, Of 'the and muskrat take, 670,000 animals were trapped in that part of Mich- | plr^tes^Fridav and agan south of a line through ' .. Clare. "Style changes, economic conditions and cyclical variation in the abundance of the animals affect both the number its for that i The fundamental axiom of j hunting is having a license— a state bird license and a federal duck hunting stamp. Detroit Finishes in Fifth Position j DETROIT, Sept. 30.—</P)—It's _ _ ;too late now. fBv THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) . Doomed to a fifth place Tm• * «.o->w , ]sh n0 mat , te j. wna t happens, Amid all the jubilation of ; the Detroit Tigers trudged to- Ihe Cincinnati Reds, somebody iward the end of the American foreot to .shut off the ignition, i league season today with noth- With their National league ling much ahead, pennant clinched Thursday, j The Tigers, finishing in the the Reds played their scrub i second division for the first team against the Pittsburgh time since 1933, typified a more 2-1. or less doleful season Friday | i That eccentric elbower, Lefty -by dropping a doubleheader to ILee Grissom. scattered seven i Cleveland, 4 to 3 and 3 to 0, hits and knocked home one of land losing their last chance the Cincinnati runs with a triple. It was the Reds' sixth i straight victory in less than a ] and k the value of the soecics week against the Buccaneers, taken. Though the total "value i but nobody cared, varies also, it has remained well above a million dollars in recent years. 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