The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 6, 1939 · Page 6
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The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan · Page 6

Ludington, Michigan
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Friday, October 6, 1939
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»AGESIX THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. TO IN IBGUE- SET FOR MANISTEE Picture View of Probable Oriole Starting Lineup For Tonight's Game Ludington High School Grid- ders Will Be Fighting Traditional Foe This Evening A football atmosphere hung over Ludington today, the first real grid spirit of the yrar, as the city prepared, almost to the last person, to go out to Oriole field tonight for the first local Big Seven game ever to be played under floodlights. Manistee traditional rival of the Orioles, will toe the foe in the league-opening and the Manisteeaft&will come to '• Ludington well-saturated with the will to win over Ludington and thus garner a Big Seven victory for their coach. Danny Smick, who was hired especially to give, Manistee a winning team. The Orioles, on Hie other hand, plan stiff opposition for the visitors. Ludington has won one game and lost one this year so far, both non-conference, and is anxious to get on the positive side of the ledger. In addition to the plans for subduing Manistee, the Orioles have a special record to uphold. Not since the first game between the two schools in Ii933 has a Manistee score crossed Ludington's goal-line. The Orioles would like nothing better than another .pair of blanks for Manistee this year. The last time Manistee beat Ludington was in 1932 when the Chippewas triumphed by one touchdown, the score being 13-6. The complete record of scores, compiled from Daily News records, for all games commencing with 1930 and continuing through 1938 are as follows: 1930 Ludington 6, Manistee 26 193HLudington 34, Manistee 0 1932 Ludington 0, Manistee 0 Ludington 6, Manistee 13 1933 Ludington 12, Manistee 7 Ludihgton 7, Manistee 0 1934InidUngton 12, Manistee 0 Herb Barker Forecasts Saturday Grid Games By HERBERT W. BARKER i Ohio State-Missouri: Picking (Associated Press Sports Editor) | up where he left ol'f lust year, NEW YORK, Oct. G.— Applying ! Paul Christman makes Missouri an old golf axiom to football this i dangerous but Ohio State gets guesser will proceed to "miss 'em , th three runs per game. But in their dressing much that Bill Werber notched room i another hit after two were out and on the cars Thursday night I in the ninth. Pearson, the 30- thev were insisting—"We'll be year-old veteran from Oakland, Bill Me- Calif., had pitched one of the "Nobody i classic games of World Series back!"—and Manager Kechnie was railin quick": Holy Cross-Louisiana State: The tales that come out of Worcester about Holy Cross' strength absolutely curl your hair. Even allowing for a sharp discount, charged against home town enthusiasm, it is obvious the crusaders have power and speed and a great passer and kicker in Ronnie Cahill. L.S.U. will be no push-over but we'll take Holy Cross. Northwestern - Oklahoma: Northwestern may take the wraps off Bill De Correvont in this one. Oklahoma has the advantage of an earlier start but. first game or no first game, Northwestern gets the nod. Notre Dame-Georgia Tech: The Ramblers weren't exactly a ball of fire against Purdue but the talent and the man-power is there. Notre Dame. Fordham-Alabama: One 01 the toughest of them all. Neither nod. Michigan-Michigan State: 'State has another Juluiny Pi haven t heaid about it If can tell me we are as poor a ball j history, club as we've looked the last two days. Tell 'em we're coming home with our heads up." At that, the Reds cannot be quite that bad. even granting that they were up against almost phenomenal pitching. Few clubs, in any kind of series, ever were mowed down so mercilessly as they have been for two days. In two games they have made hits, all singles. By LOUIS BOCKSTANZ greater satisfaction than that of whipping the locals. But more important than the fact that the other team's might like to beat Ludington is the alarming fact that perhaps some of them can. At least it is a cinch that there will be no pushovers in the Big Seven. Manistee, which the Orioles could have beaten last year with overcoats on, looms this year as one of the potentially-strong teams of the circuit. Danny Smick, nine times a letter man at University of Michigan, didn't come to Manistee to be near Lake Michigan, not he. He came into the Big Seven to turn out a championship team and upon that provision undoubtedly rests his future. We, therefore, can FRIDAY, OCT. 6, 1939. look forward to a supreme effort by this ex-Wolverine this year and in years to come, an effort that cannot but be rewarded by some success. And what of Traverse City? It is commonly known in Big Seven circles that a Trojan head without a conference crown is indeed an uneasy one. Traverse City quite rightly begrudges any (Please turn to Face 7. Column 7) This evening's game at Oriole | age-old just six hits, all singles. Only, field, matching those one redleg-. Ival Goodman, has ., high schuol enemies, the Luding; reached second base, and he ton hish school Orioles and : scored their lone run in the, Mani.sUre high school's Chip- j first game after drawing a walk.; pewas. will be opening, without I Of the three who saw first after-a doubt, one of the hardest sea- i sampling Pearson's deceptive j son's in the history of local ath- ! fast ball Thursday, two on clean > letir.s- one that will be marked ! hits and another on a pass, i by a fierce .struggle from each of i none went any further. • the Big Seven schools which i When Ernie Lorn bar di Ludington is scheduled to play. i plunked his single to center in the eighth Thursday he broke a Ludington o', Manistee 0 j showed much last week but that .erently: '/We'll be back." Although Trailing Two ir Series, They Promise Return to New York (By GAYLE TALBOT) NEW YORK. Oct. 6.—i/P.i- , . , , The Cincinnati Reds are a brave had been retired in order by lot of boys. When they left here Ruffing and Pearson. Thursday night, bound for home i The crowded stadium and a resumption of the World pulling for Pearson to get Series against the Yankees Sat- , no - hitter when Lombard! urday. they were yelling bellig- caught an outside curve square- champ-. For. to other Big Seven schools | looking toward the top, is always j ; string of 12 consecutive innings the spectre of Ludington on the : in which the Reds had failed to top and the Orioles have been on scratch any sort of a hit and the top i-i both football and basketball oftener in recent years than uny other team. The other was : teams, envious of the Oriole good his • fortune, quite naturally, are pointing to dusting off the even though it may ! for a 1935 Ludtogton 12 Manistee 0 was really batting practice Thi.s A f ul • of this ' — - — — » —- ——,_-_-, - _ _ — „ _ - Xl.AUllCi.l./l^lWylfcA.l/l'w'.li "-*•»• V*Ui.J .n 26, Manistee 0 one counts and only by the toss | stout -hearted. devil-may-care ": oI T\s^rrS° n ;S d fs,, li^-^ffis^^r 1936 _ arTGO, Manistee 0 1937 Ludington 19, Manistee 0 Ludington 38, Manistee 0 19Q8I.udinitorv33, Manistee 0 Ludington 52, Manistee 0 Tonight's game is scheduled ly on the nose and shot it over mean the championship second base. After the spell had i tea£i other than themselves. To-i been broken, it didn't matter so ! thd-other members of the loop. there probably could come no | Yante stadium for U,e past iftpmnm-n: nnrl u-ntfhprl thp aiieuioons and \\aiciieu me Ms to begin at "8 o'clock. Luding- j a good ball club at St. Mary's this ton's high school band will be I year. California supposedly had present and give what will probably be a spectacular performance between halves. Weather at noon today seemed to indicate a cool crisp evening for the battle, a condition too but that defeat by College of Pacific in the second game of a • doubleheader creates at least a i slight element of doubt. St. Mary's. ; Cornell-Syracuse: Two up- ' which should pep up the teams j state New York power-houses and. provide a classy contest. BOWLING Russell's Beauty Salon and nper Co. got off to auspicious starts in the Ladies' i ™niViri' h^'Vu'i'v^' bowling league by sweeping their ! wo --^ b< - Duke ' matches from Orange Kist and I Handy Things, respectively, in opening night matches at the | Ludington Recreation alleys. collide. Syracuse has a veteran ; squad and Cornell lost Holland, : McKeever and Roth among ' others. Never good at adding i one and one, this corner takes o j flier on CovneJl. j Duke-Colgate: Even had Col- i physical New York , last week, the choice dealt out by the Yankees or any other club. Beaten by Red Ruffing. 2 to 1, in the opener, and shut out by Monte Pearson's marvelous two-hit nitching Thursday. 4 to 0, the Rtds might haw been forgiven had they refused to continue the classic unless they were given a head-start of, say, n Co ITS NOT M- FOR "ZER0WE iMREEZE Electric Tampers, paced by A. Moline who knocked off a 476 total and A. Moore who had 458 for her evening's effort, took ull three of its games from the Iowa-Indiana: Iowa. A sheer guess. Nebraska-M i n n e s o t a: The Iluskers didn't seem to have much of an attack against, Indiana and the choice i.s Minne- sola. Wisconsin- Handy Things keglers by good 1 WisPonsin T px^- vrm mv^ Size margins. Miss Moline was j your mS and voi, Hke< vour also credited with high score for I *, " }„., &u' w ' , V,V the evening by virtue of a 175 c ° 1CL ' Ilo E8'ly. Wiscon.,ni. pins in the second contest. Jean Smith was high for the losers with a 149 game. Led by Edith Schwartz, who had a nice 455 total, Russell's Beauty Salon had no difficulty three straight from Kist. The winning taking Orange team's margin over the three game route was just under 400 pins. High individual game honors went to Miss Schwartz Who spilled 160. R. Beebe was high fpr the losers with 378 total and 148 single game. Higttteam total of the evening Was turned in by Russell's who compiled 1,932. High team game was 609 by Electric Tamper. > Electric Tamper Co. (3) H. Benson . . . . 103 123 95— 321 Johnson . . .133 106 96— 335 Conklin ...121 101 102— 324 MOOl-e ..... 135 164 159— 458 Moline ..... 143 175 158— 476 635 66fl 610 1914 u Handy Things (0) 149 100 14'1>— 390 124 74 96— 294 90 107 83— 280 80 95 87— 262 101 134 91— 326 in . lent Michigan to Have Live Wolverine ANN ARBOR, Oct. 0.— (fl')-A live wolverine will act as a mascot for Michigan's football team when it plays Michigan State here Saturday. The animal was presented to the university by a group of Detroit automobile dealers. It was obtained from the Detroit xoo. BOXING (R.V TMK ASSOCIATED PKKSS) DALLAS. Tex.—Buddy .Scott. 175';. Dallas. outpointed Tony Muslo, 206 Cnicudo. (10). nS°S' rt y. YERS ' p lB.—Dilmos Long. | HO, Tort Myers, outpointed Tex UK Joe Dundee', 179, Beaumont, Tex (10) LUBBOCK. Tex.—Buddy Baer '248 bacrumento. Calif., knocked gut Sandy McDonald, 215. Dallas. (2). !4n A M TI H? RE ~ Fril » k1 '- Terranova, 140, New York, and Pete Gallario, 137':, drew, (10). PORTLAND. 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SUPPOSING you, like pretty Sally Gordon, had picked a quaint Cape Cod inn for a quiet vacation-—and then found yourself enmeshed in a net of intrigue and violent death?. What would you have done? Plucky Sally turned amateur detective—but missed a vital clue. Maybe you'll guess the murderer—but prepare for a big surprise when you come to the last chapter of this thrilling serial. WHY PUNISH YOUR EYES ? Shadow Over Hill House A MYSTERY-SERIAL BY ELLIOTT PILLION Beginning Today in The Ludington Daily News MICHIGAN PUBLIC SERVICE COMPANY WHAT A CHANGE REDDY, SEEMS I'VE BEEN CHEATING THE FOIX5 AND MYSELF .' TO SAFEGUARD SIGHT- USE AT LEAST 40-WATT BULBS IN THREE SOCKET LAMPS/ AND 60-WATTERS IN LAMPS WITH TWO SOCKETS / M-M-M MY EVES SEEM TO BF GOING BACK ON ME' ITS POOR LIGHTING SIR_ AS EYES GET OLDER THEY NEED MORE/ AND IOO OR ISO-WATTS IN ALL SINGLE SOCKET LAMPS/

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