TUESDAY, NOV. 14, 1939 THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PACEHVE ~**>/fr~''M*^fr«~M*s/fr«»»M*^ 1939 •I • : 1939 HJDIIMGTOISJ ORIOLES &• £b We Are Proud Of The Oriole Champions Ludington State Bank Abrahamson-Nerheim Co. —•_•_•— Ludington Auto Sales Dan Soli & Co. Dorrell Funeral Home Park Dairy Go. — Schmock's Standard Station A A A -~ ••• ^» — ^» - - --- ^v ^^^^™ Michigan Public Service Co. —•_•_•— Axel Johnson —•__•_•— Geo. Slaggert m A A — - - ^P mri_.u ^^ ' L — ^F Brown's Cafe —•_•__•— W. S. Vivian The Above Business Organizations Dedicate This I'aure lo the Lud'inRtnn Orioles for Their Brilliant ' Championship Performance Throughout This Entire Football Season. 1 ' ' \ ^^^^^~ ORIOLE GRID CHAMPIONS f Xi\uc Ilourissctiu . . > • | * Milton Anderson % * Scott Pnpc \ 1 * Boh Parker % "* Stjinloy llorowskt p Ned Uowdcn . . left tackle i .right tackle cjuartcrback left halfback right halfback fiillhiirk RESERVES * Bob Daron Frank Hakral * Ktigcne Klstter ' Fred Eichlcr Ted, Mroczka Lyle Olson Truman Atkinson Walter Krupa . S. Pokora , * Charles Bashaw Kay liollick Simon Ezdebskl Ellery Harmon Irwin Anderson l Bruce Gebott , * Bob Botirgette Uick Dennis '.••... diet Brooks Eugene Kzcl-h.sUl Phillip Gosling Bob Gallnskl Buddy Houk Roger Hogland Gerald N>doskl Lee Nass Clarence Peterson Terry Spcidcl Italph Brctschncldcr A. Anderson Carl Olmstead Bill Albrccht Milford llrnnctt Bob Groenlng Earl Ayers Alton Ha nes * Last Year Vw Big 7 Football Competition K ^ ^ _ _ A ~ ^ _ A. _ We Salute the caliber of the Ludington football team.. .to each individual member and to the coach is due the highest possible praise .. .merited by the true spirit of unselfish sportsmanship and outstanding record of achievement. *$%*%*;, •»»<'"(«»»' ,/',»><.(., Football Statistics On Orioles 1939 marked Ludington's second consecutive Big Seven Championship and the fourth in the last six years. Ludington has not been beaten in confer ence competition since Traverse City's victory in 1937. That defeat has been the only one since 1935. Since 1932 Ludington has been beaten o nly three times in Conference play. By winning this year over Cadillac, Ludington took an edge on number of victories over every Conference team since play was inaugurated in 1929. • • • • $ « Ludington's record against its three leading opponents since 1929, the year the conference was organized LUDINGTON-MANISTEE Ludington won 15 games, lost 2 games and tied 2. LUDINGTON -CADILLAC Ludington won 5 games, lost 4 games and tied 2. LUDINGTON-TRAVERSE CITY Ludington won 6 games, lost 4 games and tied 1. We Are Proud Of The Oriole Champions 0 9 0___ Oriole Cafe • m A ^—^—— ^f -^— ^^ ^^— ^^ •^•^•HBM The Camera Shop —•_•_•— National Bank of Ludington A • _•___ - ^^ ^^^ ^p ^^^ ^P Ed's Super Service A •__• ^^^-— ^^ • ^^ .—^— ^^ _M^_^» . ... . _ _ . Lunds' Grocery Ludington Lumber Co. Rohh Insurance Agehey American Laundry Ludington Daily News Montgomery Ward Grotemat's Wife Saving Station J. C. Penney Co. Willoughby Chevrolet Co, j The Above Business Organizations Dedicate This Page to the Ludington Orioles for Their Brilliant Championship Performance Throughout the Entire Football Season. 7 - -- J - - SEASON RECORDS Ludington Ludington Ludington Ludington Ludington Ludington Ludington 7 40 34 40 27 7 40 195 NOTE: The first two games games and have no bearing i • ' Muskegon Scottville Manistee F'etoskey Cadillac Traverse Manistee 48 0 6 12 0 0 0 66 listed are non-conference on the Big Seven standings.
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