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IE SIX THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. (MONDAY, OCT. 9, 1939. anks Win Series Four Straight the same being land 50 feet in Wolverines Turn Toward Hawkeyes Next Saturday Joe McCarthy Is Peeved Because His Team Isn't Getting Enough Credit By SID FEDER ABOARD THE YANKEES' ROUTE TO NEW YORK, Oct. 9. —(/pyi-The hilarious New York Yankees celebrated their fourth straight world baseball championship well past the regular- season curfew this morning, but Manager Joe McCarthy took time out to register a "beef." Joe, it seems, has been reading the papers. And he wasn't altogether pleased over the fact that some of the folks saw two sides to the Yankees' sweep of the just-ended World Series. He believes too much emphasis is being placed on the collapse of the Cincinnati Reds rather than the greatness of his hired hands. So, while the players paraded up and down the cars of the train, roaring their "roll out the barrel; we've gpt,the Reds on the run" theme song', Joe rose to inquire: "Why is everybody saying the Reds split wide open to blow the series? Why not admit the greatness of the Yankees under fire? Beat Them, Didn't We? "After all the Reds were the best team in the National league. They were supposed to be plenty hot. And with two pitchers like Paul Derringer and Bucky Walters, they figured to make it tough as hell. So what? So we beat 'em four straight. Doesn't that prove anything?" Another thing that didn't sit too well with the big-jawed pilot of the history-making champions was the statement Manager Bill McKechnie of the Reds made immediately after Sunday's final game—that "the Yankees can't be that good." "If Bill said that," Joe countered, "then it only, makes us greater. I take it he meant we weren't good enough in his book to whip his boys in four straight. Well, we did didn't we? Doesn't that make us all the better in his opinion, off what he said?" •Everywhere you looked, in any car, aboard this train, you could find a cheering section of players. ?ill Dickey, the tall catching ace, led one delegation single- file almost the length of the train and back again, howling and singing. Two or three "wangled" hats from the conductors. A group of the players' wives burst into McCarthy's room and exchanged kisses of congratulation. And off in a corner, talking earnestly with his wife, sat the "forgotten man" of the series, Lou Gehrig, the old iron horse, now in the roundhouse for keeps. Hero and Goat As usual, the customary "hero and goat" roles were discussed, argued and ironed out most of the night. There wasn't a single dissenting voice in selecting young Charley Keller, the rookie right fieldqfr and ex-dairyman from Maryland, as the outstanding "hero" of the Yanks' sweep. Charley led for the four games in everything but the size of the steak he had for dinner—and he' wasn't far away from that one .either. He was only one away from records set by Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig in home runs, runs scored, extra base hits and extra bases. About the goat, there was more argument. Most of the boys pinned the tag on Wally Berger, the Reds' left fielder, who went to bat 15 times without a hit, fanned four times, and left eight men on base. In addition, his throw-in of a ball was partly responsible for the first game loss, and his handling of Keller's two- bagger, which bounced off his glove in the second game, didn't help any. By GEORGE STAUTER back Nile Kinnick, Henry Lue- A N N AR- bcke, a 270-pound running land lying West of Lot 3 of Block 6 of the Plat of Weimer, a parcel of width North and South and extending Westerly to the West Section (line of Section 27 and being a part of the SW'i of NW',4 of Section 27, Hamlin Twp. Oren W. Whisler and Carrie, his wife, to Grace P. Moore, Warranty Deed, to Lot 18 of Block 14 of Manufacturer's Addition to the City of Ludington. Muskegon Hide & Fur Company, by President, to The Valley Chemical Company. Warranty Deed, to SW'.i of NW'., BOR, Oct. 9.—'guard, and Capt. Erwin Prasse, (/P)— Michi-i all-conference end, for particu- gjan's Wolver- i lar mention, ines, their 19391 "Kinnick will be the best half- § . gridiron debut j back Michigan will see this sea-j CHICAGO, Oct. 9.—(/TV-Eight _ ^ -..j + Vii C-Y-*»-» f * e-o i/-1 TSi/it erm *'T-To noil rln ' . m _• 11 _ n i_ • All but TWO Of LOOP Teams of'Section i5, Amber 1 Township! Enter Scramble Next Saturday do Mason County Hospital Association of the City of Ludington, Mason County, Michigan, by tary, to President and Secrc- Rose A. Engel. Quit a success with] son," said Dickson. "He can no | B ig Ten .football teams jump claim Deed, to NE',.', ~of'SW'.', a 2€ victory to 13! everything well—pass, run and into the title scramble this week KROMER gainst Iowa's surprising eleven. Overlooked in pre-season appraisals, the Hawkeyes, coached by Dr. Eddie Anderson, loom as over i punt— and he's dangerous wnile the other two _ imn ois and Michigan state,] every minute he 5 m the game, j Chicago, meet formidable ingot down to Kinnick, all-Big Ten quarter- | te rsectional opponents, work today for back as a Sophomore two years, The week - s games should fur- the Big Ten \ ago, was the big gun in Iowa s nl h a d gau e of what is to opener here I 32 to 29 win over Indiana, throw- | ome later in the battle for the SF" t0 championship now held by Min- of Section 4, Riverton Township. John L. Stark and Anna M. South 92 feet of Lots 4, 5, 6, of Block 9, C. E. Resseguie's Second Addition to Village, now City of Ludington. Oren W. Whisler and wife, Carrie, to Guy V. Pierce and wife, Marie, Warranty Deed, to S 1 ^, of Lot 2 and N\' z of Lot 3, Block 21, original Plat, Village, now City of Ludington. Oren W. Whisler and wife, Carrie, to Otto S. Olson and wife. Anna C., Warranty Deed to Lot 9 of Block 18, Original I Plat, Village, now City of Lud-1 ington. Oren W. Whisler and wife, Carrie, to Ingvard Lauridsen and wife, Esther, Warranty Deed to SE',i of NE»4 and W\' 2 of SVa of NE'.i of NE'.i of Section 16, Riverton Township. 50 acres. Catherine Myers to John Peterson and wife, Lourene, Warranty Deed, to SEU of NWVi of Section 33. Eden Township. Arthur S. Morrison and • wife, 'P Saturday Prasse and scoring himself. nesota's Gophers. Every team tories over South Dakota and Indiana Darkening the Michigan picture was an announcement that Paul Kromer, 160-pound triple- threat halfback, and John Nicholson, left end, would be of the line-up indefinitely with injuries incurred in the opening game. Dr. George Hammond, team|New York Giants --. , . . , *-j .. --. T . licoULU d ^jruyiitria. .ovciv i/cuin Michigan m defeating Michi-, td s £ rt f chance at top gan State for the second sue- nonors faces a conference foe, 1 Xwer 6 Sn^afSr a To a u Z ch g Furdue meetln * Minnesota at power, scoring ail lOUl loucn- i\,rjrmp r ir ) nli<; Indiana nlavino- downs in the first two periods. ^SSS at Madfson. Northwestern engaging Ohio State at Columbus and Iowa battling Michigan at Ann Arbor. Chicago entertains Harvard on the midway and Illinois goes to Los An- j geles to take on Southern California. Purdue had an open date Saturday while Minnesota was taking a beating at the hands of Nebraska, 6-0. The Cornhuskers, who tied Indiana a week ago, battered the sieve-like Gopher ! line and rammed same reverse play Stark, his wife, to Joe -Redri- | Georgie H., to Laude E. Hartrum and wife, Ruth Hall Hart- ruin, Warranty Deed to North 50 foot of South* 100 feet of Lot 1, Block 1, F. E. Pray & Sons Sub- Harry A. Stark, an unmar- division of Bass Lake Recreation ried man, to John L. Stark and ' Park. wife. Anna M.. Warranty Deed to NE'4 of SE 1 ;, of NE'.4 of guez and wife. Carmen R.. Warranty Deed to SE'.j of NE'.i of Section 27. Sheridan Township. Samuel B. Chase, widower, to _„ — ., „- — H „* .,„ H „. , Clara Taylor, Warranty Deed to Section 27. Sheridan Township, ; Lot; 4 Block 10 of Plat o"f Weimer. 10 acres. ; Robert G. Whomes. a sinsle ! man, and Lydia W. Whomes. a single woman, formerly husband and wife, to United Grid Game from Pittsburgh Pirates, 14 to 7 that gave them a tie with the Hoosiers. physician, said Kromer strained a knee ligament which may j bench him until mid-season and | that Nicholson suffered a bruis-| _,„„.,-._ _ ed hip. Dr. Hammond said sever-1 ytii^Atru, oct. v ._... „ „„. , „ <. „_„. al days would be required to de- I veteran passing battery of Ed- Even more ama zing than this termine the seriousness of Kro-' mer's injury. Both Kromer and Nicholson are patients in University hospital. Their loss, coupled with the ineligibility of Halfback Fred Trosko, complicated pre-game plans of Coach Herbert O. (Fritz) Crisler, but what shifts he ,has in mind he refused to di- Howard A. Cowell and wife. Maine, to Mollie Peterson, Warranty Deed to Lot 16 of Block 143 Fourth Addition to City of Ludington. ;amuol B. Chase, widower, to tion 34 Branch Township 40 ' clara Taylor. Quit Claim Deed ' ' ' acres Ludington • State Bank, a Michigan Corporation, Execu- RADIO HIGHLIGHTS Key .station or each network Is listed In the programs. The Networks: \VEAF—VVTAM, WTMJ, WGY, WLW, WSM, WMAQ, WOOD, WJZ —WLS, WTMJ, WMAQ. WXYB. WIAV. WOOD. WABC—WJR, \VHAS, WBBM. CAM, M-XTfciKS AND KILOCYCLE FREQUENCY CKLW 840, KDKA 930, KFAB 770, KFI 040 KMOX 1090. KOA 830. KYW 1020. WBBM 770, WCFL 970. WBAL, 1060, WCCO 810, WABC 860. WKAB 850. WUAK 610. WEAF 6CO. WENR 870. WON 720 WCJY 780, WHAM 1150. WHAS 8'JO WHO 1000, WIBO 570. WJJD 1130 VVS'M 6ftO. WJR 750, WJZ 760. WLS 870. WLW 700. WMBI 1080. WKZO 590 WMAQ 670, WOOD 1270. WOW 590, WOWO 1160. WSB 740, WTAM 1070, WTIC 1060, WK.BZ 1500, WTMJ 620. (Eastern Standard Time) TONIGHT: Mobilization for Mrs. Margaret Ott Hostess to Society FERN.—Mrs. Margaret Ott entertained the Altar society of Sacred Heart church of Victory at her home Wednesday, Oct. 4. This fete was in the nature of a compliment to the ladles of Victory who had contributed to Mrs. Ott's pleasure the past winter when she made her home with her daughter, Miss Catharine, of Nordhouse district. The ladies drove across the country in the early afternoon. Many of them had never visited this portion of Mason county and a part of the time was spent viewing the panorama which suggested autumn's Human Needs NBC. WABC-CBS, WOR-MBS 10:30, President Roosevelt . . . WEAF-WJZ-NBC European 11-30: WABC-CBS 8:55, 11; WJZ-NBC 10; MBS 9. WEAF-NBC—8 Tommy Riggs, Betty Lou: 8:30 Margaret Speaks Songs; 9:30 Alec Templeton and Jessica Dragonette; 10 Josef Pasternack concert. WABC-CBS—7:30 Blondie; handwork and exploring the beauties of the counrtyside surrounding the Ott home. At the brief business meeting, Mrs. George Ruby was elected president, filling the WEAF-WJZ- vacancy caused by the " death of Mrs. Joseph Ruba. Contests which Mrs. Chauncey Saucrs and Mrs. Ryan of Chicago won prizes were conducted by Mrs. Ott and a lovely luncheon was served by the hostess at the close of the afternoon. Present at this delightful event, were Mesdames Herman aJFugere, Frank Sladick Jr.. Tony tor the Estate of Wnsiiatka. deceased, bv Miller. Asst. Herbert ' F. Frank E. A. Trust Officer, to Washatka and Commencing at the Southwest corner of Lot 3 of Block 10 of Plat of Weimer. running thence South 140 feet, and being a parcel of la South to the We.st Secti.ui line of Sec- Lombardo. WJZ-NBC--7:15 Science on I'll/ i <: v L, tiiiu ui.iiiij, 11 j^ivi. • . i »« i land WO feet North and) the March: 8 Shorlock Holmej,. and extending Westerly j 8:30 True or I- ul.se; 9:30 Paul across the!Theresa H. Washatka. his wife, l ' ion 27 and being a part of the vulge. Sunday coaches and players viewed motion pictures of their impressive triumph over the Spartans and listened to a scout report of the Iowa-Indiana game by Campbell Dickson, end coach. Dickson said the Hawkeyes, roaring back to footall prominence under Anderson, former Holy Cross coach, were anything but a setup. He singled out Half- PURCHASES PABRES Executor's Deed Under Power SW'.i of NW 4 of Section 27, die Danowski and Ward Cuff is dev ei 0 p m ent, however, was.-.- operating at the same old j Northwestern^ fall before Okla-1 Jorgen stand—as pitcher and catcher i homa 23 to 0, worst defeat for widower .for the New York Giants, cham- . tne Wildcats in 15 years . North _ and Cleo Bell Re pions of the National Pro Foot-! western . s erratlr. nerfnrm.in^P i and wife. Warrai ball league. This twosome, | western's erratic performance i i showed Lynn Waldorf's which had I will have to hit the upgrade much to' do with the Giants' ti- quickly or suffer the same fate of Sale in a Will, to Lot 19 of Block 127 of Third Addition to the City of Ludington. Christian Jensen. to John Lvle Reene ene. husband anty Deed, to mimber 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 9. of Block 22 of Village of Martin music. MBS-Chain 7. tie march last fall, demonstrated again Sunday just how they do it as the Giants cut down at the hands of Ohio State. The Buckeyes opened their season j Custer. A. \V. ITollis and wife. Snrnh M.. to Harry Thompson and with a satisfactory 19-0 drub- jEimrne Thompson jointly. Deed, to S\V , of Section 21. Branch 'Township. 40 acres. Joseph F. Stovin. man. P. sinule SAN DIEGO, Oct.. 9^/P)— M. L. Clark of San Diego, retired Oklahoma City automobile dealer, today purchased the San Diego Padres of the Pacific Coast Baseball league from the H. W. Lane estate for $92,500. He said he would keep Cedric Durst as manager. Big Seven Dope (By LEE KRUSKA) Big Seven games played last Friday night ran true to form, with favorites in every in- every instance coming through with victories. Friday night's play marked the first severe week-end of conference com- the Pittsburgh Pirates, 14 to 7. i bing of Missouri, their defense | Warrant;* Cuff scored all the points for ! keeping Passer Bill Christman £ vv > of the New Yorkers, taking two : in check all the way. passes from Danowski for the j Iowa bec ame the first team to I touchdowns and place-kicking: win a conference game when both extra points. (the Hawks outscored Indiana, ! DeM to Lot o 6 ri ... ... ,,.-; The Pirates, playing their I 32 to 29, in the wildest scoring (Northern Addition 'to "the CHv first game under Walter Kies-! exhibition of the day. Nile Kin- of scottville ' ling, successor to Coach Jimmy! nick connected with three; John s. Sniecow.ski and Ur- Blood, marched 69 yards to the ' touchdown passes to Erwin Isula. his wife, to John 'H Pon- game's first touchdown in the i Prasse and scored another him-jko and wife.' Gusta \Van\vrv second period. The final gun j self. Kinick has scored 31?Deed to East 10 feet of \V'., found them nearing the Giant points in Ipwa's first two games, j of Lot 10 of Block 28. Original goal again. It was the fourth : Michigan prepared for Iowa's: Plat. Village. no\v City of Lud- straight loss for Pittsburgh, on-! invasion by trampling Michigan ' ington. ly team in the league which has ! State, 26 to 13, with Tom Har-I Ottillia Barnhart. widow, to neither won nor tied a game. | mon and Forest Evashevski! Joseph A. Barnhart arid wife. Hamlin Town.ship. Charle.s Moore, a married man, to Grace Moore, wife of fir.-t party. Quit Claim Dt-ccl to Lot in of Block 14. Manufacturer's Addition to Ludin^ton. Go>>-g- B. .'inch and wife. Alice B.. and Dorothy F. .Tohn- .-••v.i and husband. Ho'bert O.. to KMif.st R. Jacob.-: and wife. Marie F: . Warr.inty D,vd to Lot 4 in in Block 0. ' F. K. Pray £ Sons Subdivision of Bass Lake Roc- if.ition Park. Mikf tha. t. Maruaret II.. Warranty Deed to NW , of NW , of Si-cti in 14.1 Author: 11 Night baseball game, ChicuiU) City .series Dennis. Mrs. Catherine Myers of Ludington and Rev. Gordon Qrant of Scottville were guests. 9:30 Author.j Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Robinson and sons, Marshall Jr. and Mnnley, of Elkhnrt, Ind., spent the week-end of Oct. 1, TUESDAY: European — | at their cottage at Lost lake. WEAF-\VJ/-Nnc 8 a. m.; Mrs. Robinson fell and frac- WMiC-CBS 8 a in, 0:30 p. m. ..(lures her wrist during the past WEAF-NHC l:4. r ) p. m.,Words | month and Music 3:45 Guidtng Light; , Ml '- s J( 'ff Griffin has received the sad communication of the death of her .sister. Mrs. Charles Bowman of Everett, Wash., on Sept. 27. Mrs. Bow- '5:16 The O'Neills. WABC-CBS ; 9:ln a. m. School of the Air I (West Re-pout :i:;U) p. m.i; 4 p. Jin. Storv of the Song: 5:30 It in Hollvwoo'd W)7-i nian Was 81 - venrs of n e e and rloll% \\ooci. w.)/, , .,. . i...,.v i _,.i_ she. with her husband, cele- on "Problems of Law Enforce- Fann and Olowack and wife. Mar- 11 "'' 111 - . 12 3t ' !> ,,! n ' . ., , ; ....... v,.-,- ^ *. v ^.-.m., UHHIUUT. Nels C. Carlson ar.d wife. - Home hour: 2 Women in Mak- sho haf , visilod here . S( , V eral niversary also the July 9, which was deceased's birthday. of America. TUESDAY SHORT times. She leaves one duugh- , ter, Mrs. Annie Mitchell:, one !-s f) n. Frank Bowman * and two This game and the other three played Sunday, came out as expected, bringing no clarification of the eastern or western division races. Washington's pace with the Giants atop the eastern group with a crushing 41-13 triumph over Brooklyn, and Green Bay and the Chicago Bears stayed on the heels of the Detroit Lions in the west. The Redskins, gaining 430 yards on the ground and in the air, raced through the Dodgers for 20 points in the final quar- leading the bombardment. To make last Saturday more dismal for the Big [Tillie V.. Quit Claim Deed to even i metes and bounds parcel being Ten. i a Dart °_f Government Lot 7, Dana Bible's young University i Section 2. Hamlin Township. of Texas eleven 1 gave Wisconsin! , Hele . n Catnenne Smith, resi- ' WJ. A \-,Sl<J,lJ \_.A«w. * WAi D ^ i«J V '_'il-Ji ii , i . Redskins kept i a grid lesson, 17 to 7, indicating S, ary lc ^ le !:\ of - that the Badgers will have their :| m ™a M -.^° l P 2 -. ' hands full when they engage ~ { _ n } un - ner hu.soa ter and were always seven points ahead. Indiana this week-end. Chicago got into the victory column with a ,12-2 decision over Wabash and Illinois had an open date preparing for its encounter with Southern California. Big Ten teams now he Estate of and Donald sband. to Arm O. Johnson and wife, Borahild. annty Deed to Wt « f 01 f' ( Ok L l ^^~ K . L A^hbackffr and " wife. Minnie . lo Arthur Bigsbv and wife Alta warranty Deed to i John Christenson and wife. • An:-, 11 K.. to Charles W. Fitch aiicl wife. Ethel R.. Warranty Di-i'oi t;> North 45 feet of Lot 1 , of Block 4. Tinkham'.s Subdivi- ' sio'.i <-,f Tinkham'.s Addition lo i City of LuciiniUop.. Elfreidu Abraham.son to Dor, othy Abraham.s'*!i. dauuhter,'. ; Warranty Deed to EU of W 1 ;..: o'; NW ; ar.d the E ! ^ of W 2 of , L')ts 1 ar.d 2. taken as one de.s- ; : oriptnn. .also SE 1 ., of NE'.j of' 1 NW 1 ;,, all in Section 3. Pere Mar- 1 i quette Township, excepting and 1 reservi'ii' therefrom a parcel of I land GO f' J p* East and We.st in i the Sou'hoa.st corner of .said : land, which e.xcepted parcel ex-: ; tends Iri.r.i the private road run- 1 j nin« East and We.st through said; ; land t > the waters <xl<re of Lin-; ; coin Lake. i Martiji Abraham-on and wife.; Elfreidii. ? •> Warren G. Abra-: IIAT4 Budapest 7 p. in. Rutheni- ; adopted children. Myille and an songs; EAQ Madrid 8:25 . Richard. Mrs. J. F. Plioness Sigurd Hanson NVws: TPA4 Paris 10:25 French i and Mrs. Events: GSD. OSC. GSI5 London ' nieces. 11:15 Food for Thought. are Camels have been known carry load.s of 1.300 pounds. De.scrt.s are caused chiefly by to regular passage of hot, dry trade i winds. in loop battles. Cubs Need Game to Clinch Series CHICAGO, Oct. 9.—(.P)—The Chicago Cubs, needing only one 1 victory to win their first city baseball title since 1930. play the White Sox tonight in the Sixth game of their municipal series. Manager Gabby Hartnett planned to send the Veteran Charley Root to the mound Against the Sox southpaw. Thornton Lee. Both pitchers lalled to win in previous appearances in this series. .The White Sox spotted the five runs at Wrigley Friday, then rallied to the e score in the eighth and an 8 to 5 victory in the inning, second overtime of the five played. FOWLING Vs bowling schedule for lustrial League IT •— Willoughby vs. _n Laundry; Park Dairy fen and Peterson; Wey- I. Moose. VST •*— Bagles vs. Ro- .Corp. vs. Ludington Shop vs not too much trouble disposing of Manistee's Chippewas. Manistee, sporting a fast backfield and a fancy passing attack, gave a good account of itself in the second half of the game but lacked the defensive power to stop the Oriole running plays—especially true when the Oriole first stringers were in the game. Traverse City Trojans, after being held to one scratch touchdown in their first two starts, ended the scoring famine -by pushing the pigskin across the Cheboygan goal line twice and adding . the extra point in each case' to beat a stubborn Cheboygan "team 146. The Chiefs put up a great scrap against Traverse City but wound up with their second conference loss of the season. All the scoring in this game was concentrated in the first half. Traverse scored first on a blocked punt and shortly after Cheboygan recovered a fumble on the Trojans' 11- yard line from where Howard plunged over for Chebovgan's six .points. In the second juarter, Baker, Traverse halfback, shot off tackle for 60 yards and the final touchdown of the game. Cadillac was toppled from 'irst place In the loop stand- ngs by a powerful Alpena ;eam that swept through the line and around the ends for a smashing 25-0 victory. The ?ame dedicated the new lighting plant at Cadillac. By virtue of Its convincing victory the Thunder Bay eleven stacks up as one of the outstanding contenders for the championship. v Alpena's showing was a surprise, for the Wildcats were expected to trim the Vikings by skins and Giants now have two victories and a tie each. In the west the Bears romped over Cleveland, 35 to 21, and Green Bay defeated the Chica| go Cards, 27 to 20. The Packers ran up 21 points before the Cards found them vulnerable in the air. Then in the last period .,,,-,„ . have i between lot and the waters at least j played 13 games against non- | edge al j t k and L . The Red-1 conference rivals, winning six,| 6 Block 7 nil in Bricl losing five and tying two. „ _, , ,-,,.. -^ni- s °ii. s':i. Warranty Deed, to 6. Block 6 and all land lying, commencing at a point 631 >:, ft.'. N of She common corner of Sec-. tion.s 9. 10, 15 and 16, in Pen;' Marquertr Township, thence i North 120 feet; thence East 280; feet: thence South 120 feet;| ic'.i Re-j j sort on Hamlin Lake. i Ivan Mclnto.sh. to Harold H. Fwo Real Estate Transfers Richardson and wife. Lena, the.n-.-e West 280 ft to be"innin" Warranty Deeds to Lots 25 and; . : " 26 of Block 2 of Plat of Oak '• The Texas highway depart- Opening.s. ' ment spends an average of $35,Emil Newberg and wife, Mar-,000,000 yearly. operates on a tha, to William Frederic Schu-jcash basis, employs 8.500 work- macher and wife. Edith, War-j ers and has 22,170 miles of by the Mason County j ™nty Deed to North* 46 feet of j highways to maintain. shall Golberg scored the other j Abstract Assn., Ltd.^Frorn^Sept on a short pass. But one Cardinal aerial backfired. Don Hut- 16, to Sept. 30, 1939. Martin Abrahamson and El- ] 1 ----- ..... - ^ ..... :c " . -, r . J . u . son, Packer end, intercepted it fneda Abraham-son, his wife, and returned it to the Cards' '" ~" six. The decisive score soon fol- to Martin Anna lowed. Bleser Beer $%Q68; Watch Case ; Willoughby vs not more than two touchdowns. All of which bodes no good for Traverse Citv who entertains Alpena next Friday night at Thlrlfoy field. Petoskey, who plays Luding- toji this Friday at Oriole field, went out of the conference to trim Harbpr Springs, its Little Traverse bay rival, 13-0. Petoskey has not yet played a conference game. Football Results SATURDAY SCORES MIDWEST Notre Dame 17, Georgia Tech 14 Iowa 32, Indiana 29. Nebraska 6, Minnesota 0 Oklahoma 23, Northwestern 0 Texas 17, Wisconsin 7. Ohio State 19, Missouri 0. Michigan 26, Michigan State 13. Chicago 12, Wabash 2 Butler 34, Indiana State 0 Ohio Wesleyan 33, DePauw G Kansas 14, Iowa State 0 (Ohio 1 *." (Mlch '' Teacller s 8, Miami Michigan Tech 21, Northland (Wis ) 0 Alma 35, Olivet 6. Detroit Tech 05, Ferris Instl.lte o. Ohio U. 14, Western Reserve 12. EAST Army 9, Centre 0. Cornell 19, Syracuse 0. Alabama 7, Fordham 6. Yale 10, Columbia 7. Pittsburgh 20, West Virginia 0. Louisiana State University 20, Holy r 'ross 7. Harvard 20, Bates 0. Dartmouth 34, Hampden-Sydney 0. Princeton 26, Williams 0. Navy 14, Virginia 12. Pennsylvania 6, Lafayette 0. Penn State 13, Bucknell 3. Carnegie Tech 6, Temple 0. Brown 20, Amherst 14. Manhattan 6, St. Bonavcnture 0. Rutgers 20, Wooster (Ohio) 0. City College, New York 19, Buffalo 0. Georgetown 25, Roanoke 0. Cast 20, Lahlgh 13. SOUTH Kentucky 21. Vanderbllt 13. Mississippi 41, Southwestern Tennessee 0. Tulane 12. Auburn 0. North Carolina 13, Virginia Tech 6. Duke 37, Colgate 0. Virginia Military Institute 2, David- eon 0. SOUTHWEST Arkansas 14, Texas Christian 13. Southern Methodist 16, North Texas Ttachere 0. Baylor 13, Oklahoma Aggies 0. ROCKY MOUNTAIN Utah 60, Wyoming 0. Brigham Young 13. Colorado State 12. Utah State 16, Colorado G. FAR WEST St. Mary's 7, California 3. Oregon 10, Stanford 0. UCLA 14, Washington 7. Oregon State 7, Idaho 6. Southern California 27, Washington State 0. Larsen and wife, Y. Larsen, Warranty Deed, to Commencing at a point 631 '/ 2 feet North of the common corner of Sections 9, 10, 15 and 16, in T. 18 N., R. 18 W., thence 120 feet North; thence East 140 feet; this for point of beginning; thence North 60 feet; thence East 140 feet; thence South 60 feet; thence West 140 feet to point of beginning. Mary Schumacher, widow of William Schumacher, deceased; Hazel I. Nelson, Leon E. Schumacher and wife, Ange, Bertha E. Schumacher Warner, William Frederick Schumacher, and wife, Edith," to Lloyd C. .Schumacher, Warranty 'Deed, to SE'/ 4 of SEV 4 of' Section 7, Custer Town.ship, forty acres. Samuel B. Chase, a widower, to Bjoryend Joakim Johnson, Quit Claim Deed, to Commencing at the Northwest corner of Lot 3 of Block 6 of the Plat of Weimer, running thence South 50 feet and being all POCAHONTAS COAL Genuine No. 3 Pocahontas Smokeless Coal . . . Lump and Egg. Clean, carefully prepared and sized. This is one of our complete line of quality fuels which includes Cavalier, Grenadier and Pathfinder Coal and Coke. DAN SOLI & CO. TELEPHONE 721 ^EMERGENCIES LYRIC M^^^^^A. ^^^^^^^^w««MM«MMHM • •• '"•^••^•^^^•PP^^H •WMHm^^HMMM ^^B^^V ^^^V ^^W ^^V ^^^9 ^^^^^ TEMPERATURE ^ ft TODAY AT 11:005» Weather For«-cA*rt Lower Michigan: Intermittent rain tonight and Tuesday. Warmer tonight. Cooler Tuesday except in extreme east and extreme north portions. • BE PREPARED— When the first blasts of winter arrive — Be prepared with a well filled coal bin. Call now so that we can give you prompt delivery. THK LUDINGTON LUMBER CO. For Correct Time Phone 99 MICHIGAN ASSOCIATED TELEPHONE COMPANY. 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