The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on November 16, 1939 · Page 6
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Ludington, Michigan
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Thursday, November 16, 1939
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WGESIX THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. THURSDAY, NOV. 16,1939. Lions Scoff at Cleveland Charges Calls Ram Action 'Insincere Ballyhoo' to Raise Gate Sunday Johnny Butler To Get Chance At Tennessee Vols (By ESCAR THOMPSON) KNOXV1LLE, lenn.. Nov. 10.— Thry have emerged victorious only twice in eight starts, but i/P)—Opportunity will come a-1 they have reared on every op- knockiiiK at the footsteps of; poncnt—something; no team has DETROIT, Nov. 16.— (/P)— Coach Elmer C. (Gus) Henderson of the Detroit Lions today branded as "insincere ballyhoo' 1 the attempts of the Cleveland club to obtain permission for its coach, Earl (Dutch) Clark, to play to Sunday's National Professional Football league encounter between the teams at Cleveland. "Cleveland certainly selected an odd time to ask that Clark be reinstated as player," Henderson told his squad after reports were published Quoting Thomas E. Lipscomb, Cleveland president, as saying the Detroit club was assuming an unfair attitude." Pointing out that Clark played in only two games while serving as coach of the Lions last year, Henderson asserted there was nothing unfair in the ruling of President Carl Storck of the National Pro league that as a .player Clark still belonged to Detroit. "Under league rules I might go out and hire Parker Hall (Cleveland's star passer) as my •backfield coach for next season," Henderson said. "But if I had a game coming uo with the Rams do you . suppose Cleveland would allow him to play with us without demanding some adequate comoensa- tion?" Henderson contended that Cleveland officials were trying to picture Detroit as "unfair" j in order to key up the Rams afld lend a "grudge battle" aspect to help the gate. If Detroit gave Clark his release or Storck declared him a free agent as Cleveland asked, the former star quarterback would have to go through the draft, Henderson said. "If this happened," he added, "Cleveland probably wouldn't get Clark anyway because some other team would probably claim him. At any rate there isn't time to complete the draft process before Sunday." He reiterated previous statements that Clark had never approached him. in ai\y. way [Chevrolet was concerning playing in Sunday's I from the fifth little Johnny Butler Saturday' when VanderbilUs "aerial circus" moves into town to see ; what| it can do about checking Tennessee's .second .successive un-1 beaten and untied football; .season—and a choice bowl as- , been able to do Tennes-1 see thL; year._ I "I look for'our closest game of the year," said Major Bob Ncy- land, Tennessee's crafty tutor."Vanderbilt has a better team than its record indicates, and it Michigan Football Team Will Leave for East on Train Tonight ANN - la ARBOE . Nov. The 160-pound mercury-heel- is customary them to play every year for team tonight for its intersectional scrap with Pennsylvania's their best game Quake rs. Coach Fritz Crisler, who has nutshell is theji iac j the squad work hard and ed Sophomore halfback, who j against us." left some 40.000 souls .spellbound' There in a .. iltl< _, lliv . UX1 ^ and an Alabama team shell-- reason some 25,000 thrill-seeking'long 'on ""fundamentals—block- ,,i—i.^j ... i( u ., j«.,,u.,™ =(j -•""•"•persons will flock into Shields-i in?" and tackling—this week, .. „. _ A .. „. Watkins field Saturday to see I planned to review both offense chance to prove that historic ; the top-ranked team of'the na-land defense in. an effort to shocked with a dazzling 56-year touchdown gallop, will get his Houk home in Summit Sunday afternoon. Nov. 12. Mr. ana Mrs. Henry Stilson and William Becker of Victory Visited at the P. C. Frey home Sunday, Nov. 12. Charles and Helen Elmer of Fountain were afternoon callers. Mrs. Dorothy Miller visited Mrs. Perry Bee'be Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Will Parker, Arthur Parker and Robert W. Nelson called at Irons Sunday afternoon, Nov. 12. Mrs. A. L. Gulembo and son, Colvin. visited at the Kenneth Parker home Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Terryn and family are moving this week from the Mickalouski farm to the former Rogers farm. Mr. and Mrs. Art Gulembo. Louise Gulembo, Mrs. Marie Nelson, Russell Radtke, Marshall Smith and Don Parker were callers in Ludington Sunday evening. Nov. 12. journey was no flash-in-the-pan. 1 tier, with an oft-defeated Butler, a home-town product. 1 one. Many perhaps scent an moved into the driver's seat of upset, but" if Butler delivers the the nation's No. 1 machine when George iBacl News) Cafego. spearhead of the Vol attack, was struck down with a knee injury in the brush with the Citadel last week. Butler's task is a sizable one, for Cafego has been one of the south's standout backs for three years: but those who have, and a 214 game. seen the shifty little fellow truck games were 215 by an average of 7.5 yards per try in 40 sprints from scrimmage are prone to to it. smooth out rough spots. He estimated Bob Ingalls, Marblehead, Mass., Sophomore, start the non-conference Chamber School Social Evening; Held The social evening given by the Chamber school Friday night, Nov. 10, was well attended and a neat sum was added to the Parent-Teacher association treasury. An interesting card game was enjoyed. Mrs. George Ackersville of Ludington won first prize for the ladies and Miss Agnes Sladick, second. First prize for men was won by Joe Sladick and second by Henry Beyer. Dancing was enjoyed to mu- " by Virgil Rose- Teacher arid pupils of Cham- (3) Tennessee's i Hillman 222 213 168— 603 team is the field general- pun-iHawley 193 148 201— 542 ter, passer and does the lion's: Cronenwett . 391 201 155— 547 share of the running. That's all they're asking of Johnny in the 37th renewal of this Dixie gridiron classic. The Commodores are bringing along an unimpressive record. goocli as expected—it's a pretty j may safe bet the Vols will chalk up .game at quarterback instead of their 21st victorv in a row ;the Veteran Forest. Evashevski, ' . i but added the husky Detroiter • > — r^~*r^, (wou j d be available it' needed. league honors for the week.' Evashevski, who incurred a Stan Galinski, one of the]sprained ankle in the Illinois league's aces, topped Plumb'contest a week ago Saturday, and Nelson's with a 577 total j participated briefly in a con- sic furnished Other 200'tact scrimmage Wednesday but now. Campbell of favored the injury. Coaches p &- N nnri TW hv H Anrw«mi i would like to have him in A-l ..--- . f & N and .04 b> H. Andeison. £hape fm . thg seas()n flnale ber school are enjoying their here Nov. 25 with Ohio State. j new radl ° which was pur- Ingalls. a third-strinsr center chased with part of their a little more than a week ago, ! money from their float and turned in what Crisler describ- lWUn tne nel P of the PT-A. ed as an "amazingly fine job" ! > Ils f Madeline Tenney enter- as a sianal-caller in the loss j tamed with a Hallowe'en party .to Minnesota and stood out on (recently Games were .played 564 defense ! and a luncheon served. Pres•• In Wednesday's drill, Crisler, ;' ent were Madeline Tenney.. hos- 969 922 864—2755 theorizing Penn plans an aerial : t ? ss: Arlene Huizenga, Doro- ELECTRIC TAMPER (0) attack, had the reserves show-l" 1 ^- Vernita and Gladys Kol- McKerty 156 121 146— 423 er the varsity with uasses in a ' bei 'S and Donald and Leon Cartier 167 170 152—489 move to plug weaknesses in i Tenney. SAVE AS MUCH AS ON KROGER'S COUNTRY CLUB Light, Fluffy PAN ROLLS 2 {ft 9c Kroger's Delicious Clock Bread 2 "Vat" 10e Embassy, Filled with Fruits and Nuts Fruit Cake each I9c Assorted Icings — 15c Oval Angel Food C J2 8 lOc Kroger's Dolicioue — Iced Top Fig Bread *. ioai lOc Kroger'a Clock Wheat Bread "> loaf 8c Cookies ib. bulk 100 Mak88 Dolioioui Piss - Fan °y Pack 4 Varieties - Sugar Crisp, Dutch Mill. PUMPKIN COUNTRY CLUB Dorothy Sandwich, Dainty Wafer r VIYlf IV B¥^ «-wuwinx t-LUB CQna Mild-Tart Flavor Libby's Custard Pumpkin, 4 cans 18c- Sudan Pumpkin Pie Spico. can lOc Cranberry Sauce 2 „„•' 25c »»»<•« Da T Crisp, Fresh — Country Club Crackers 2 b8 oxe. 17c Fresh Michigan Maid Butter 2 *„ 61 c 200 by Karstens. believe he is equal Watch Case. KING'S COURT L. Anderson 179 169 151 LeClair 184 191 189 1 Gilbert , Newhoff .. 1 H. Johnson 178 157 158— 493 this department. The Wol- ,. Ha , rry Peterson is re-roofing 198 153 177— 528 verines also worked on their!"" ! 1CUSC 150 200 169— 519 own passing game. j . JU ' IU , S ' otto and Miss Aman- A squad of 35 players ac-i da K °lberg spent Sunday eve- 849 801 802— 2452 companied by the 125-,piece ill 111 ?- Iso , v - 12 - at th e Charles _ student band, will depart for i Koioerg home. WILLOUGHBY (3) .Philadelphia by special train ' ._9 tL ° , Larson has_ gone to Ann Taylor 213 177 162— 552 at Eeckstrom .. 183 195 198— 576 Baillargeon . 155 182 198— 535 Rasmussen .. 197 151 189— 537 m - 'Arbor for medical treatment. HOCKEY Although winning three straight games from Electric Tamper, King's Court. second place outfit, failed to gain ground in the Commercial league chase as Willoughby 748 705 747—2200 BIRKE'S SHOES (0) Slaggert ---- 189 137 176— 502 Atkinson ... 168 138 186 — 492 Weir ........ 161 167 144— 472 Slyfield ..... 203 163 221— 587 game. "He was here last Sunday for our game with the Bears but didn't even talk to me," Henderson said. "A year ago Clark told me that he never intended to play again and I have been told by his friends here that he repeated this statement only a few weeks ago. Henderson came to Detroit as coach of the Lions from Los Angeles, where he guided the Independent Bulldog eleven. Clark coached Detroit last season after having .olayed for j the Lions since 1934." I Shoes outfit. In the third winning place thr; Birke's : match rolled _ , Plumb and I Nelson's hustling aggregation i won two from Watch Case. George Hillman of King's! Campbell Court, one of the leading spill- ' ers in the city, was outstand- '< ing at the alleys Wednesday evening. George started with a nifty 222, then hit 213 and fi- (By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS) TllfRSDAVS KKSl.-I.TS National League No games. International-Ami-riran League New Huvcn 2. Syracuse 0. Cltvcla.nct -i. Providence 1. F>ir.sbu>- h 'h 2. Philadelphia 2 (uver- m'_ tie;. American As>ociation Minmupuiis 2. yt. Louis 1. XUXKJUTrt SCHEDULE National Leasjui: Boston :u ,M>.litre;:!. Ciiirauo .it .\i •.-.- V-)]•:-: K;ini;i rs. Inl: rnaliunal-Anii ri,.;i:i l.ea:;uc Providenre ::i Indian.>[>u!is. Anierican Assiiciatinii St. Lou;:, at fat. Paul. Tul.s;i at Kansas. (Jity. Sugar Grove 832 799 052—2633 • Tne pupils are enjoying a few V.'ATCH CASE CO. (1) i days'vacation while their teach- 721 605 727—2053' PLUMB & NELSON (2; Schocnherr .. 19G 150 190— 530 . 178 185 214— 577 . 141 142 102— 445 . 178 157 171— 5061 . 189 1G5 215— 569j jj'reesofl Arthur Maynard bousht a horse at Fountain Tuesday. Vera Lucker attended a party at the home of her sister, Mrs. Neil Smith, of Victory, Monday evening. Mrs. Stanley Robinson, who has been caring for the Robert Bennett children during Mrs. Bennett's illness, returned to Walhalla Monday. Galinski Groenhu Han.son Wilson Heglund nally 168 for 603 pins, high to- i Karstens " " tal .score. Hillman's 222 was sec- ; Starl'c singlc Same of the • H . Anderson' 164 233 190— 587' er - ? arl Farrell. i.s huntiiu 141 170 171— 482 Tne Sugar Grove Rirent- 144 194 200— 538 Teacher association met at the 194 142 162— 498 168 180 204— 552 VVith Hillman turning in. .such Smart Field Will Open Race Meeting a fine effort, King's Court had no trouble with the Tamper winning the first two games' by! over 100 pins each and the fi-! nale by 62 pins. Every man on j the winning five rolled over j ORANGE. M. J NOV 1C — (/Pi— ' Ja »uary meeting. oOO with exception of L. Ander-lTony Galento finally has spoken' Sevei 'a! families Friday. Nov. 10. A line program was prepared by t.he graduates of 1939. The De- 811 919 927— 2G57' CC ' nibcr m eeti »3 will be omitted of the Christmas pro. gram. Mrs. G. Lorenz will be 1 chairman of the program committee and Mrs. Earl Wolfe, the ! refreshment committee for the Galento Denies Injured Eye Rumor son, who last week hit a 641; in an effort to clear the'air of. Mr - and Mrs -. Frank came to help BOWIE, Md. t Nov. 16. A smart 14-horse field, headed toy the top-weighted Sun Egret, lined up today for the Burch Memorial Handicap inaugurating Bowie's 15-day race meeting. Then fresh from at Plmlico, where C. S. How- y Confronted as he drove ur> to j anniver ' sarv Wednesday. - i his home Wedne.sday the pud">- ' Mr - an '- 1 Mr - s - Art Gulembo and b! heavyweight boxer denied vari- ' ; a . mil y and Mr. and Mrs. Don | series. In addition to Hillman,: rumors about his injured" '-ye 200 scores were racked up by <-'—<• '-•-' . - , Russ Hawley and Jack Cronenwett of King's Court and Herb: Heavyweight boxer denied vari Johnson of Tamper. Ted New- : ous reports he underwent an eye hoff, Tamper kegler, was .best' operation and .said a hemorrhage lor his team with 528. jthat occurred in his right «ye King's Court also copped high I after the Lou Nova fight cleared .team game and series with 909 ! U P '-' r campaign ! and 2,755, respectively. j sary. In a match bowled with only i, He explained absence from his i i celebrate their silver Gulembo wedding ard's Argentine-bred Kayak II- j four men teams, WilToughby! tavern by .saying he ""wished "to ' fan:il y visited at smashed the Bowie handicap | Chevrolet proved it meant busi- i take . no 'chances of hurting his McFarland were recent dinner guests at the Taylor Gilmore home. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bortell, Mrs. no operation was neces- I y era Giimore and Charles Rath| oun, all of Scottville. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Beebe and i* """ "'--"- * ' the Clifford i •> i* AFTERNOON BOWLING! WOMEN ENJOY Alleys are always available, and it's real fun to test your skill in this health-giving sport. Clubs or special groups would enjoy afternoon bowling! SMITH'S RECREATION track record Wednesday to win i ness in the title race by con- the $10,000 finale feature, nom- j ping three tilts from Birke's Inees lor the $5,000 Burch pre- ! Shoes. Members of the winning ' sented as fine a fieW as this m-m., t,,-,,,^ ;„ some n e i Beckstrom's eye "in a" at the bar. this has sented as fine a field as Southern Maryland oval seen in many a season. Sun Egret, freighted with 126 pounds, was by no means a wide-margin favorite. The A. <J. Compton stable's color-bearer disappointed in his last two outs Oft Pimlico, and many rail- birds were figuring hard on Howard Bruce's Jay Jay and MUlsdale stable's A'irflame. J. Y. Christmas' Rough Time, , under second-high weight of $. 123 .pounds, had heavy backing *' J - early place-money" wagering. W, Y. Martin's Slow Motion W. P. Mannagh's Liberty *~ also were well-liked in trine mornine run-down. Others In the Burch field inudod: Bill Farnsworth, Lead- Article, Woodsaw, Shoulder , Prairie Dog, Legal Light, Ketcham, Thellusson, and -Owners made the transfer from Pimlico early the big tmt reflecting effects of acements Bowie would 3ute $154,000 in purses—a ' ,ftt this track—during ting. Several popular , never before represent- rlng the last fall racing ryland, were on hand. WRESTLING crew turned in some fine (H.v THK ASSOCIATKO PKFSS) counts, best being Beckstrom's , BOSTON, Mass.—Ben Shalom, w 51G. Best bowling, however, was! K™& ld %ul le * Mayos McLaln> 220 ' exhibited by Slyfield of Birke's i " b -"-—'-— league's leading kegler, who] The name "Australia" was knocked off 587 and had games firs t applied to a group of ol 203 and 221 in the process. I South sea islands. The two defeats drop Birke's ! to a point in the standings, nine i games out of first place. i With only Groening dropping! below the 500 count, Plumb and' Nelson woa the first, dropped' the second and took the third from a hapless Watch Case crew, which except for momentary spurts has not been itself i all season. Watch Case lost two games in spite of the fact tohat it spilled 2,657 pins to Plumb's 2,633. 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