The Evening Independent from Massillon, Ohio on October 26, 1944 · Page 17
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THE EV ENJ NG INDEPENDENT If P.— Thun., Oct. 26, 18<4 * ' 3 CLASHES IN 3 NIGHTS FOR BARON ICERS Busy Weekend Faces ClevelandClub; At Home Saturday CLEVELAND victories in the the season, Uie - Having scored 2 first 3 games of Cleveland Barons will attempt to. continue' their fast hockey pace this weekend when they play 3 contests in as many nights. Friday evening, the,Barons play at St. Louis as the Flyers, lastest entry isi the American league, make their debut af home. The Cleveland ieers will be back at the Cleve- land'Arena Saturday night to play host to the Providence Reds and ' on. Sunday they meet Eddie Shore's Bisons at Buffalo. After defeating Pittsburgh in the opener last week, 6 to 1, the Barons dropped a 5-2 verdict at Plttsbuvg'.i Sports Roundup Football Bloomers A Gatty Season Real Confidence By HUGH FULLERTON. JR. NEW YORK, (AP) — In a high I Wisconsin Star, Jug Girard, Lives Up To Advance Rave Notices—And How! school football game Falls, Wis., recently lined up. facing the at qhippewa the 2 teams wrong goals after a score and didn't discover it until Bloomer high school carried the winning touchdown ^over the wrong line . . . Then the hollering began but officials decided to allow the tally and to finish the game the wrong way And in Ohio a Youngstown Ursullne halfback was going for a touchdown Tfhen a Scienceville sub, . ready to go Into the game, dashed" out from the side- •».!„__ i J-*. jsTrlnrl t-ilw* . * A1#y> -irt lines .and tackled him Also Ohio Ted Himes of Mt. Blanchard the next evening but made 7,900 fans happy last Saturday by skating to a-3 to 1 triumph over the Indianapolis Capitals. The Barons are just about set, on their roster. They have-Harvey Teno and Paul Gauthier in goal. Bill MacKenzie, Dick' Adolph, Pete Bessone, Rustry Waldriff and Dan Sprout on defense and 11 good forwards. . The No. 1 line, reading from left to right, lists Lou Trudel, Le.s Cunningham and Whitey Frokop. The No. 2 trio Is<comp6sed of Leo Gas- parlni, Tommy Burlington and Ear; Barthokmie while the third threesome brings together Roy Kelly, George Agar and Leo Richard. Johnny Horeck and Mike Sha, -baga are the 2 additional forwards fighting .for a regular place in the lineup. ' Providence/ comes here Saturday with ,almost ' a brand new team. However, they have' a number of veterans in Goalie Hec Highton, defensemen Stan Kemp and Bob Stoddard/and forwards Bill Hudson arid Roland Forget. insisted on kicking the extra points bare footed, tries.' He made 3 ou,t of One-minute sports page It may be catty to mention it, but Michigan State's football team already has played the. Scranton Tomcats, the Wildcats of Kentucky and Kansas State and soon will meet the Missouri Tigers. . . Confidence Note When Georgia Tech's Dmkev Bowen went in to try for that field goal that beat Navy last Saturday, assistant Coach Bobby Dodd patted his back and asked if he thought he could make it... Said Bowen: "You Couldn't be sending 'me in if you thought I couldn't, would you, coach?" By WALTER L. JOHNS Central Press Sport* Editor , All the fancy adjectives in the book are being dusted off by sports writers;this,football season,as th'ey sing the praises of a 17-year-old freshman who Is being touted as one o4j^"the greatest" football players ever to hit the college campus. The object of all the flowery accolades is Earl (Jug) Girard, sensational freshman halfback of the University of Wisconsin team. According to scouts, coaches and observers, Girard is one "helluva" ball player. ' He's a one-man team, according to the information, in that he does everything and does it well. And, he has lived up to his advance notices in games ' played to date. Baseball Star? Whether Girard goes on to become one of the big names of football or struggle, along like Bill De- Correvont did ,after he had been built up to a "super man" remains to bejaeen. The fact is that Girard may even forsake football later for baseball lor he has all the makings of a big league baseball star. A third baseman, Girard already has received bids from 5 major league clubs. On the football field this 17-year- old freshman does everything. He is the key to trie Wisconsin attack and he is playing his- first season with the Badgers! Even before the season started he was hailed as probably "the greatest" passer to hit the Madison campus and' the youth has begun to live up to that, too. In his first (-AMPFIR By JACK \WEICH> "THEY" .vised to say, and I partially, subscribed to the idea myself, that the pheasant rooster is a rather clumsy, slow-flying bird, heavy and awkward,. an easy target for the gunner. Sometimes it's true he doesn't appear to be flying very speedily, but if you will begin counting four nt the instant the ':.' bird flushes you'll be surprised at ' the distance he's put between himself and you before you end the count. And once the season's well .'. under way and the roosters have be. come wary and gunshy they can get - up'with the velocity of a bullet and a change of pace that would do credit to a mourning dove. This change of pace, and change in direction of flight, too, is all the more deceiving because it's scarcely noticeable. There's no abrupt maneuvering about.lt. It just happens, and in the meantime maybe you have poured a charge of chilled shot into empty space. Formerly when a rocketing rooster flushed from under my feet and I scored a clean misa I would blame the shot, powder charge, choke of the gun and everything else but myself, where the f,ault really lay. More specifically, it was the fault of under leading. Those birds often fly 3 games he completed 50 per cent of his tosses but fell down slightly, against Notft Dame, completing only a third of his many heaves. • Boots 'Em Far He's a fine runner and a brilliant kicker. He averaged 51 yard* against Northwestern and kicked One that went over 70 yards. A rugged player and hard to hurt, Girard has played every minute of every game without a substitution. That's a record equaled by few athletes. Most noticeable characteristics ex- rOUTDOOR THING! FIHE^QUALITIES 100% VIRGIN WOOL! PLAID JACKETS $795 10Q';'f virgin wool in bright handsome plaid.i ... at unbelievable low price! Long or short arms make no difference . . . cuff adjusts to fit each perfectly. Cossack .style in extra 29-inch length Four pockets. Brown, blue. Si7.es 34 to 48. EARL (JUG) GIRAH1I hibited by the Wisconsin whiz is his easy-going manner. He never gets ruffled and keeps a cool head^at all times. , some football player! Girard hails from Marinette, Wis.. where he was an all-around hi7h school star. He is 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighs 174 pounds. in more open country and his heavy body and long tail may fool you into thinking he's pretty slow on his wings. I recall a big,,rooster that flushed past me and a. companion last fall. TROJANS MAY Year's Day. I They haven't lost a Pacific coii-,| Terence game and they've won only) 'one. UCLA tied them, 13-13, and so! idid California G-6. California beat He offered a shot seldom avail- j Seen Likely Nominee For isatuVd'av iri BerkeTeT' .I— ;.» J-T-._J- i,n K*.J fli*«-ViArI *if Vi»c _ ' _ » *w« o.y v _ TODAY — FRI. — SAT. .. 2—FEATURES—2 much more rapidly than they appear to be flying. He's A Speedster The ruffled grouse is famed as a speedster, but I've read somewhere Lhat he can only negotiate about 25 miles an hour, while pheasants under full steam' can travel a mile a minute. Whether or not this is strictly true the fact remains that much of the partridge's reputation has been built up in heavy brush, where you catch only a glimpse of him before he vanishes. This, coupled with the roar of his wings, gives the impression of great speed. I'd cast no aspersions on the grouse—^in my opinion he rates No. l_but the difficulty in downing him is certainly due as much to the environment in which he flies as to his momentum. The pheasant, on the other hand', is usually flushed able, in that he had flushed of his own accord somewhere in our rear and chose to sweep past within easy range. He was hitting on all eight as he approached, and seemed to put on a little- extra steam as he passed. Pass, he did, hesitating not an instant .as old No. 12 spoke twice and my companion's 16 sounded two encores. We looked blankly at each other, Rose Bowl The Trojans disposed of St. Mary's : Pre-tFlight, 6-0. and nobody thought!) . ,^,-r-nr „* T, s o much of that until the following! 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