The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 5, 1939 · Page 8
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The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan · Page 8

Ludington, Michigan
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Thursday, October 5, 1939
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' THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. THURSDAY, OCT. 5, 1939. ISPORTS Johnson .... 208 178 167— 553 993 824 794—2611 |t/. V*, (Continued from Pace 6) 1 IfKIE GETS Traditional Group Will Break foto Football Competition Saturday Afternoon NEW YORK, Oct. 5.—(#•)—The "ivy league" teams get into action this week and the football season in the east finally will be under way. 'Officially, of course, there is no "ivy league." It's just a name ' coined to fit a loosely allied group of old-line colleges, Siost of which belong to the eastern baseball and basketball leagues and stick pretty well together otherwise. They're the colleges that started intercollegiate football in the 'first place and led it up to its present status. They're so solidly founded in tradition now they don't have to worry much about "high pressure" football or fancy schedules. Counting Army, Navy and Brown into the group, the league has ten members, and six have steadfastly refused to defeart from the traditional first- Saturdiiy-of-October openflng date for football. Yale and Columbia bpen against each other at New Haven Saturday for the second year, Cornell leads off with Syracuse, a neighbor with which relations wer€ chilly for years, and ^Pennsylvania faces Lafayette, a time- honored rival which is on the way up again. Princeton and Harvard open with Williams and Bates, respectively, but that's as far as tHpy go with the old "breather" idfea. The service schools had some difficulty with their southern, rivals last week, and Saturday Army meets Centre while Navy faces Virginia. Little Harnpden-Sydney . follows St. Lawrence on the Dartmouth program. Fronr advance indications, j Cornell and Navy probably are the class of the league this year, but Columbia-Yale probably will be tops in this week's games. Despite Bear reports, the Elis seem to have come up with a well rounded first team while Columbia has at least as much. For the first time in years Lou Little has enough reserves toi giye the Lion varsity a good scrimmage and -with Les Stanczyk as the spearhead, Columbia may have a fine offense. If Syracuse isn't better than it looked against Clarkson last Friday, Cornell's strong team should roll over the orange despite the loss of Captain Vince Eichler by injuries. Swede Larson, Navy's coach, hasn't been satisfied with the offense his first-string backfield has shown, but he's found reserves who can score. Brown with Capt. John Mc- Laughry, the coach's son, leading the attack, rolled up a 34-0 count agains't Rhode Island and should do as well against Amherst. The Bruins may be really "hot" this season. BOWLING Willoughby's, paced t»y Ray Taylor, leadoff man, continued its unbeaten pace in Commercial league bowling toy copping three straight games from the tough King's Court five Wednesday night. Other matches saw Bleser Beer win its first two games of the season at the expense of Electric Tamper and j the Watch Case bowlers finally! got going by taking two out of three from Birke's Red Goose Shoes. The evening's rolling was fea-i tured toy three 600 series. Up to Wednesday night there had not .been a 600 series rolled in Commercial league play. Ray Taylor, in pacing Willoughby's to victory, massed a 627 total, including a 233 game in the wind-up. Tamper Co. after rolling 993 in the first game for a new season high, dropped the next two games to Bleser Beer. McKerty was high man for the match with a nice 604 series. It was McKerty's first bowling in league play this season. Watch Case keglers won the first two games from Birke's, toy large margins and then lost the final toy three pins. H. Anderson ' of the Watch Case was outstanding in the match with a brilliant 608 for the evening, He started off with 204, then hit a gaudy 226 but slumped in his '•last game and had to be contented with 178. In winning three matches. Willoughby's extended its unbeaten streak to nine straight. A new season team total was put on the board by Willough•by's who toppled a total of 2,700 Pins for its evening's efforts. Standings—Commercial League W. L. Willoughtoy 9 0 King's Court 5 4 Birke's Shoes 4 5 Electric Tamper* 4 51 Watch Case 3 6 j Bleser Beer 2 71 iSTAR WATCH CASE CO. (2) i Wilson 155 214 181— 550 j Fee 162 157 145— 464 ! Karstens 164 153 163— 480 \ Starke 169 144 157— 470' H. Anderson 204 226 178— 608 i WILLOUGMBY (3) R. Taylor ... 187 207 233— 627 Beckstrom .. 160 191 165— 516 Baillargeon 180 143 156— 479 | Lather 161 171 151— 483; Rasmussen .. 207 212 176— 595 895 924 881—2700 KING'S COURT (0) Hillman L. Anderson Hawley Cronenwett . Pomeroy 183 179 166— 528 170 142 203— 515 i 174 154 146— 474 . 190 167 151— 508! 163 188 158— 509 ; 880 830 824—2534 \ 854 894 824—2572 | BIRKE'S RED GOOSE SHOES i (1) | Spoor 181 193 180— 5541 Vegter 118 129 145— 392 Olson 153 167 156— 476 Weir 124 155 164— 443 Slyfield 173 172 182— 527 Big Seven Dope (By LEE KRUSKA) Some rivalries of long standing will be renewed and some fine games are in prospect this week when Big Seven teams buckle down to the serious business of beginning their assault on the loop championship, held by Ludington. Spectators can look forward to seeing an improved brand of play, with the usual early season roughness smoothed out and teams getting toeholds for their championship drives. Three loop engagements will be played this week, Manistee invades Ludington for the first of two annual games between the two teams, Traverse City entertains Cheboygan and Alpena meets Cadillac on the Vikings' Lincoln field. All three contests will be played under lights Friday night. Traverse City's Trojans with a one touchdown victory over a strong Gaylord eleven under their belts, will be -out for the scalp of the Cheboygan Chiefs and if comparative scores mean anything, should not have too much trouble winning. Alpena, after its conquest of a strong St. Ignace team, believes it can take the measure of the Vikings and topple them from first place. Cadillac, playing on its home field, is prepared to hand the Wildcats a surprise. Both Alpena and Cadillac have improved considerably since the early games of the season and the contest stacks up as an interesting battle. Manistee's revived Chippewas will invade Ludington with a door-die spirit, determined that the Orioles shall not use them as stepping stones to another championship. Danny Smick, Manistee's new coach, has instilled a lot of spirit into his team—even after losing to North Muskegqn last week the team was not in the least downhearted. Seventh member of the conference, Petoskey, entertains Boyne City in what should turn out to be a rousing game—with the class C outfit favored to win. Boyne City lost to Petoskey last week while Cheboygan was losing its first conference game. FOOTBALL TICKETS Attention is being called to the fact that there will be only one price tickets sold at the gate of Oriole field Friday evening. These will be adult tickets, students being instructed to buy their tickets at the high school Friday afternoon. One exception to the rule is that students under the sixth grade, accompanied by their parents, will be sold cniicircn ,s tickets at the gate. St. Simon's students who wish to attend the game are instructed to call at Ludington high school for their student tickets and Manistee students are given the opportunity to buy student tickets through their own school at Manistee. early part of the game that had the Orioles worried and a brand that would have ripped the average class C team to ribbons. The local lads, cheered by this condition, arc anxious to try it on a Western Michigan conference foe and see what the result will be. Scottville, wallowing in a football slump lor several seasons, this year is enjoying a football renaissance, both in the high school and among the citizens of the city. A fine turnout is expected for the game, especially if it is played at Scottville. Ofticials for the game are M. O. Read and Melbourne John!son. both of Ludington. | A camel, when burdened, can !travel 25 miles a day; when it • has no burden it can go as I manv as 60 to 70 miles. Demonstration Held at D. Allison Home FERN.—Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Allison entertained a group of friends at a Wear-Ever aluminum I demonstration at their home ; Friday evening, Sept. 29. i Guests present were Mr. and | Mrs. Victor Lundberg, daughter, 1 Beverly, and son, Donald, of ; South Riverton; Mr. and Mrs. ;Orla Allison, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wickluncl, Mr. and Mrs. Ray ;Rathbun, Miss Martha Miller land'Burl Huddle.stun, the dem, onstrators. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. ;Doddington, and the host and . hostess, Mr. and Airs. Allison. i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roller and ' family and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Jablouski and family motored to Chase Saturday evening;, Sept. 30, where they attended a shower given in honor of Mr. and Mrs Siginund Jablonski who were recently married. The event was held 'at the home of Mrs. Jab- lonski's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Sadler of Chase. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Griffin motored to Hersey Monday, Oct. 2. and spent the 'day with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Griffin; TRY YOUR OWN LAXATIVE JUICE AS A LAXATIVE \Vhnt mistakes we mortals make ! We become constipated op bilious and fopl like snnrlinK nt everybody. Then we lond our- Bclvcsupwithliuenlivrswhcnourwonilcrriil liver makes a natural laxative juice for us. If two pint* of that golden juice floods through our bowels every day Hie above miseries of the flesh BO away from most of us. How do we increase the (low of these two pint* of precious laxative juice? By taking Carter's Little Liver Pill«. Medical testa have proven that Carter's I.ittlo Liver Pills Mtually doubled the flow of this gold- en laxative juice in some people. When you arc constipated or bilious and feel like snapping at everybody, try wak- inir up your own laxative juice with Carter's Little Liver.Pills. We'll waueryou'll change to » gentle, kindly feeling toward everybody and everything, including your wife and your work. Hut be sure you set the genuine luted Carter's Little Liver Pills—10c and iifn). (P. S. Carter's Little Liver Pillrt arc only intended to wake up the flow of laxative juice. Diseases of the liver should be diagnosed and treated by your doctor.) Cheered by Performance at Ludington, Scottville Girds for Conference Foe SCOTTVILLE. Oct. 5.—Scottville high school Spartans, cheered by their splendid showing against Ludington high school's Orioles last Saturday evening, are looking forward to a clash with Hart, scheduled for MacPhail field Friday afternoon. The game will be ' played :U MacPhail field if no rain falls to ruin the clay .surface. If rain falls, the local team will journey to Hart and play on the Ore-ana county team's field which is more immune to wet weather. The Spartans, although defeated by a lopsided score at Ludington last Saturday evening, displaced a brand of ball in the PENTWATER THEATRE TOXIGHT Oct. 4-5 Preston Foster, Lynn Bari, Russell Gleason, George Barbier in "NEWS IS MADE AT NIGHT" —Also— Vivian Leigh, Rex Harrison in "STORM IN A TEACUP" 749 816 827—2392 BLESER BEER (2) Schoenherr .. 159 165 190— 514 Galinski .... 166 203 156— 525 Groening ... 162 170 181— 513 i H. Hanson ... 190 212 186— 588 Campbell ... 172 180 160— 512 849 930 873—2652 TAMPER CO. (1) McKerty 209 177 218— 604 Pehawski ... 191154109—454 Gilbert 178 126 143— 447 Cartier 207 189 157— 553 WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS FOR • SALT • SUNDRIES « PAPER BAGS • WRAPPING PAPER • GUM • TAPE • TWINE • NUMEROUS FOOD PRODUCTS LUDINGTON PAPER AND SALT COMPANY Wholesale Only STEVE CODIN A*P KEEPING PRICES LOW SAVE CASH EVERY DAY Don't let the news from abroad upset you. Our country has enormous quantities of good foods. And A&P Super Markets carry huge stocks every day. Abnormal buying conditions have caused some foods to advance in price everywhere. Even so, A&P's money-saving price policy gives you hundreds of opportunities to make nice cash savings every day. Price. — Ike. Jlotu. One. — 9*i 7<6e Week BEEF ROAST CHOICE CHUCK CUTS BRANDED BEEF 18 SMOKED HAMS PRECOOKED. TENDERED WHOLE. BUTT OR HOCKLESS HALF Ib. 21 PORK LOIN ROAST LEAN RIB END CUTS Ib. 16 LEG OF LAMB GENUINE SPWNG Ib. 25 DUCKLINGS GROUND BEEF CHICKENS HOCKLESS PICNICS SLAB BACON Faacy Long Island 100% Cloar Beef Fr«jh Dressed Yourxg Fowl Small Lean Sugar Cured Mild Sugar Cured Any Size Piece 18c 29c 17c 18c 18c SLICED BACON - - c.i>o »,. CANADIAN STYLE BACON FRANKFURTERS LONG BOLOGNA BOILED HAM , 25c - 36e ^ 18c fc r4c OYSTERS D!r * c * hom (k * CoAd SEA SCALLOPS l£2 SHRIMP F ' BCT SrMn 25c 23c 19c HADDOCK™ 1 '^:,. 80 " 2 PERCH STEAKS Fillttt — Delicious ^ Sta P«rch *• Choic* Cuts, Rd. or Sir. Branded Grain Fid B«el Ibs. Ibs. tb. 27c 29c 29c PRIME RIB PORK ROAST SAUERKRAUT toait — Irlmmtd B*«f Ib. tb. Vl.w 23c 15c lOc _______ And Ale. SHU* 9* And 2batf. Out .Mich. Kril Snur 1'it'ccl CHEBP9ES No. 2 cans 2 for 19C A Pbrfeclfl v t . " Stroh's Bohemian Beer is the ideal drink for every occasion. With or without meals it's refreshing, appetizing and most satisfying. The finest materials are Fire Brewed at 2000 degrees. Fire Brewing is the process which, because of thorough cooking, brings out that grand taste. Order Stroh's Bohemian Beer and judge for yourself. FSRE BREWED AT 2OOO DEGREES GRAPES TOKAYS Ib. 5c BANANAS L ILs. SWKKT POTATOES Ibs. PURE LARD SILVERBROOK BUTTER <» WISCONSIN CHEESE '"• CHEESE Amcr M°"o n » l r cU 2 £. HORMEL'S SPAM ';r POTTED MEAT A™,,,^ 3 ,.„. WHITE HOUSE MILK 6 .r, CIGARETTES * > «l>«l»» 1 »nnnl« ea/l<m ^j MINCE MEAT >•—*-„ SPARKLE DESSERT 3 •PEANUT BUTTER 2 £; KETCHUP A,,,, ,-.«. CHJLI SAUCE Ann P W HKFINKD Ib. bag 17c 18c 39c 1 l-or. hiil I In H-oi. tiutlln I0c 10c 21c lOc 1'aic* MACARONI DINNER BEANS ™ K, SPAGHETTI SANDWICH SPREAD DILL PICKLES SWEET PICKLES BOKAR COFFEE 2 SANKA - KAFFEE HAG NECTAR TEA OUR OWN TEA IONA COCOA 2 COCOANUT •*•• '"" icallnn ,u.rl 25c 19c »-•« 39c 35c 27c 17e 19c COFFEE EIGHT O'CLOCK 3 & 39c CRANBERRIES KAKI.Y I'.LACKS Ib. ORANGES CALIKOKNIA SOFT TWIST BREAD 3 MARSHMALLOWS CORN MEAL >„„..« 5 WHEATIES CQRN FLAKES "„„«•„.,,, 2 KELLOGG'S ALL BRAN QUAKER OATS %£ VELTMAN'S COOKIES WHiAT PUFFS or RICE HUSKIES TALL BOY SOUP 3 PANCAKE FLOUR Hnnny- flrltl 21-ni. 'S'lOe I>UK I 3 C PU, 10c larxn "JSC law 20C l»rg« 17C '& 10c pkK. 5c i>k«. 9c ran* 25c 15c Ib. CORNED BEEF HASH KARO SYRUP '»<- --• 5 FRENCH DRESSING ";, IONA PEACHES 2 IONA APRICOTS 2 FRUIT COCKTAIL GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 2 PINEAPPLE JUICE DEL MAIZ NIBLETS 2 WHOLE KERNEL'— A * r 2 GREEN GIANT PEAS TOMATO SOUP «•"•*•» 3 1-lb. riui Ib. |mll (Mill In 10c 30c 27c (nn 40 ""CHUM ran r.n. 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