The Capital Times from Madison, Wisconsin on August 31, 1939 · Page 15
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SPORT NEWS THE CAPITAL TIMES sport news i ii j. p Wit I, Atsnrintcd Press Service I " OnlyMadisonPaper With Associated Press Service MADISON, WIS., THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1939 PRICE THREE CENTS MADKSUJN, W1&., inuiwuni, VOL. 41. NO. 3ft . " Pro Giants' Field Goals Beat All - Stars 9 - U Blues," Coals Ploy Twin Bill Tonight Collegians Aii Attack Fails; Cull, strong Boot Winning Foints jHovland Shiiics Firemen Lose Guard; Weiss is , . Bv H ANK C ASSKK..V 4 tO 0 ClaSll OOLDIERS FIELD, Chicago T! eager feet I Don't But Bastien Face! B by harry sheer I ftm T nadcrS ! BFVHi I liqht pifkinjr thom out . But tocMif " fdlC i jKBH wf,rttMklnn.dSd Unn ! Pnat offering. when the action itself is rcla - I .,, "''Vr' - vn'to be bick hi 'sec - - I ' V' ' J8r!H Hovland Bloomer played fine foot - 1 London scored a brace of runs m the tivp!'v what with so ot - bee,, m - v Three - Hay Tourney I o ccon Squad of i H . . "'u" ! I Jaiiesville D rill . I - ''"jjB 'hoc llio manner in which they i - eagne rani i nrt, fm..t. , 1 rti; ','.';, word first day "t m en - j B Plf" JJ Jm"v onrTanrt' m?de Tvard a;n. j '"in' thfourth inning. Grubel aaam blocked the pros running at - ,"'."",.'.'. .:, i horn - . .1.1 nj. U1'1,','n"n - ,.,''T.,'i j hnvs wero i ' i P - Wrfl ' JbB Hovland Ootslaniline 1 drw a life on Arnie Moen'stoa throw, uhhli ri'xe'ts'hVrkV'Klmtr ' ' wV - vi ' wuhn.. 05 v" .(... - moor ..Ivn P' - Pj'. j pPBLH "SB Hnen'n'on the fteld.playedauperb vanced on a passed ball. Orubrl a.'.'. .But I hp ,hrr si"c r,,v.'',7"nm - r,n"'.'n!':,rPc' - ,nn,'T V"" .,, ' Ki rimcrr J""" SB R.. . WMfl tee and agair? uirned back pUys : fly To "en enabled Prust to - aik f the leler the lailure fv'u bnnl launmen directed at his position. He and Ed ;n afler the catch, of the liars' l( match their 5h - .Nv.cai: Uk aichi a v mciii j fowlw.l wrm. , nc j PWBHJH HjH ere lndouus al 1 t0NDAll B h' firemen the air . . . With nch vaunt - ' "J", l w. - iifrloo. Tins ? ''p""?. "' :vl""'lT ' 1 1 alld ,hr ..nul. orwrom is In be fol - 4tSKKKiKKBM - " - ISuP'nJH of the game, save lor a brief : 1 m.i 's ' " Trn,i - i. :b t i ll nouer present as lavey v( Anl ,h ,.r - .,)ar Tn - Sia'c n. i ) i uwi 1 lr ,rrk C X " BB ,n thc econd and finiil Pel'10d' In 1 i"'h' 1' n! 4 " 0 i r.mk "if : ' a:t I uekman ami , - ,.'r ,o - h - i: teams TENNEDV DAIRY'S MiUnv - oc - I w.h0 vu actlon in the Wkm " ' V;;;; ...'. ' ' H tnese two brief spurts. John Pmgel of 10 , 2 l' Kllis. 'lh 3 OHncn. l.u Km.l . ., ,o b n rt . tMt r( he(iml.:n Pwi'': . '. ' ' : ' 5t ' ' ' . , i Mi . ,:: State and Billy "The Kid" j Z - s L. ; i a , .n,. f J J J p.illx Patterson. .1 u..s h' .1 nrx 1V ., ,., ,, 0 - !e:e.c ; , ,pr, Il; !lrl P on F, Kla night. . - . V. . . , , , ' .Pattern tossed passes with excellent, wlffe, s. . j 1 .B - rthy. rf J. hope or both experts, coaches rrl mMQm team Wednes - , lhlr title Si.noav n - lr. at Brec.se Sc);. 15 wll! be elected lollowmg an yf.? ;. , , . - , . , , " JBB success, but always there was a Giant ) J . S,T",' p iJ. and Sillclilicrs that t h C o! - , (av IliEln , Scpt 6. at Brcese Stevens. s"lcvt.ns ;icle. when the. - enc - i:ean - A. m,..N - .... Ra:c or. : UV' ' "v '" ready to intercept the aerials just as v.hn, 't 301! Dill.., . ' " " leuians would send up an aeri - , The ;.,io has been designated as olhe,. Mad.son entry, the Olson s - n nocn. Sept. 9. Coach Rebhou p - N hcrp M inhic awa, from ! they were deep in the enemy tern - , J777' T SJ 0 t . burst which wou.d nght up ; - the ' - - i'miueala h;Sic ?:r tne'AU - '"'.m. .mm Tr 1. r";:"' - ";, i t&Si' rr. s. - r. - . - . Chicago from the lakclront to ,.;.,,,,' biiwball here. Hn - ieM.' - .'.. jv Cl,...reian J.tck HiUc.s Nn,y Vetlo. football f in - ;';,n" - '; , ' J .,' , fro.n up the All - Stars attack and only Bill : M.di.on rirvme. .. J " Cicero... hut the alert Ciants ' ' " .... - ., Macsoi. nl; , ,r,i Sa.n on n.e 1.1... ; oamanski of Holy Cross was able to Pahu, j7,... p.,,, 2. were big city lircmen .a t V I P ny aB,,v. A,,.l - " O - sHa,. - . a .,:,,. HvUmiH'f K. O. S (.Hint nanowsk, 0, the t.rsi prnnd. ' with any consi. and . )li,htsue.ching threat after; I. ail KeC T ld , ,le, iuld Aatcrtoan nga.i, f,rrvl,,PIlt in 4t. I P1u,b,.rRh Pirates. X..n rrZ "eh - ''' - - '7 " ' ' - n':;,..:' U,reat(with brilliant pass m - . Rail "''f' rXkS C 1. E . O V CaT Mk..., PaCKerS Will n U.d l.iu Shn!a. " ? ! SSV - 'V kV m.l - vVV." ! the Simda nitiu. , ivii v"7 'hnu"h o'ltweighcrt 38 pounds. chr111 T . , - m '."."l - ind rnnssaRinp FUnk Allack Fail ' tm w",,,nr T - j,' i'1 r - J In Flag Stretch r' - rt - iffli. r&. Lsc ,4erwt. on 3 - - - p - - :lhr: o,:h:( 'r;;.?.' - - " es'V. .You can see that by i state champs here urth round of a rp AllSlnr "nn r""; sa:" ,h; V3;,P ?" "T1" Tun'' :8roirnii Pr.r. Holtmt? readier the sports columns Anirri,.i,n League Race Th - N;itAmfnSt;c:uSCham - scheduled e.Pht - round match i tVS 1U tl." Jp,,,.., .,, 0I (wm in 7th Inninft TlTyTn U(;tUin,Dl.;UtanlpS - - H'S - IS; i" .ffl sr. ton, n. lof next year's "power - - r.:, ' . SVc Backer of - - - - Jj ! hn ,.,,ns ,rc hooming for thc , tT "me t TXnS pr.: Kale , - n,. "'rrrr TT, S S" nninn Ne - .v York Yankees are tak - fi'r!,KS were "ollt,!! rbampi jrot n P K v'c,.iUins. Leo Peterson is Thi$ gcntle hint - as 10 the taeijc 1 . ''i?m . "elder 'fofihe Kansas ! John Karcis.' Eel Danowski and Nello ond game of the double - header on c - A manager and eoach. Ul, pvofess.ona , Pr,d ciubmav employ ' ; ." - ei,10d a big. black cicar Falaschi to block and lug the ball and count of darkness, al hough the un ..e Yankees dropped the second . . .e bcn laicl m,i, thus oarvei s Supply cam. also of Madt - asain)lt the Alt Stars, was made on m of thc pre - eamc fesliv - I lhe great Mel Hcin. forming the bill - was still shining in tne Cl - .t last night, in a 4 - 3, lO - '.nning cu . eft has on jts .. . Ro,e f'uincga... .)le e,e of departure tor a J:as honorh)g a sp0rts announcer. j wark of a great line, ably assisted by . , . . clc whe h must have amusedthe Pmton two kames AUc Garfoot, Lillian Wick. AdeHne lrainillg camp ,n preparation Ior ba. - " A fcw ,omclUs ,atcr when Louis - John Melius. Ox Parry and Ed Wid - Jockey LOU MuCltadO r. - .,,i "" '. ;.ri, Marione :z hi. ;mmr. Ti - .ev are i yue .mo rs.a.:!a, s.. - : - - - u . i riVs ,4er rait m if ace "Three pitchers muffled the Bronx directly in 'J',, r.' : V:: e. Victrine Finne - j scheduled to work out among the k01 Buzz gov)e p)ayed in left field L?eat as the score indicated, in fact WASHINGTON (P) Jockey Lou ! BombetVi w.th four bus. wo of them bl. iehe. ; ., Bcl , Ruth Thorpe, Violet Uphofl. Viv - Lactl Priday, Saturday and Sunday. Mathcson ,vas sick. greater. Machado. 22. died today at a hos that jru:. ins a run :u the nrst i.ti.i ' I - " j;,u s.lcc(4, phjlh.s Ellis, and Am - Coach Curtey Lamocati 'u ... . O'Brien a Disappointment I pital where he was taken ami l;l.t;Tro. - ky hit ';',??''' ,ro.m"tlhT ' eTh'; Ken; d': Dairy - Oln's and j M. Griffith. Elsie McCahs Worrcn E. prlneipaily on Arie Hu.l Par h BowletS tO Meet Davie O'Bn, - fell during a race yes atMarl - and probab!v ' j.i". 4U''U't' ?oi - 0 "s "o rpKt.vc.y nnVhe JoisoMM ?rlcrVno At Eagles Chlb Tonight major dntmentof coltego ' an'd fractured his skull. ' i '!",''' h ''"in"" ihed. - ht'.i Biee l KL,edlvbei1tlry U c 'defending j Wigain. Gladys Lawon. Dorothy Kol - Lamhcau ' ,, a's tc""' ' i p, ,..,n.,n m Trams re..i - i yard line and this pm :he - cllecians nu h ' returned ie ih' f ade' a three - base blunder w", h,vp n,, follnies str - .d. B - ny Trcadwell. Elaine Weary, handhnc awic.in.n , u,l,.. lsr . ,.,min!. sea - j m a hole, from which th - v were un - Darmv,;., s pa roil southern Wiscon sin and .Madison baseball fan will cive Skipper Kddic. Lena ban of the .Madison Blues iirs if.,t..l:iv niL - ht at Brces Stevens. ... A gttla program debar is being prepared for a night j which actually is historical. . When the Blues clash with a Bomber. will be the club and prouano i - M.KIISOM will sec thc l.cnahan aggrega tion as ;u organized unit. .,' The almost certain acquisition : n'at licit - of the Thrcc - Lyc league c.u franchise for 1!M0 automati - nn t ally "freezes out" the local , walkod . semi - pros, and although Fd - j to tie if die apparently will catch onjchapma w ith the new organization it P";, , would do our heart good to ''.(,' sec a capacity crowd out for the I Wednesday's affair. J1.!"1"" illillUTS. 'Loans' Cooke for Aussie Net Drills Allif V;lb i u. local spot tint; jioods piopiietor. informs us that Henry Bendinger. pres - idont - owner of the Milwaukee Btewors, will be at the field that nitrht as a guest ot non - The only gai or and that sundry otner produced some events are beins readied fofltion expected the big show. . . . Our tip is don't miss it! s r It 1' R B A N CHAT 1KB: The Brewers will be a farm of : the Madison Three - Eye club Kn ' in Hill) if local partisans kcepi their saddles warm as they';... did Tuesday It still amazes 1 i'seVanothe:P'n:rk in New me lead by tossing a 1 - 6 le Tigers a'.thouvh getting es of the d.y t big league baseball TCeslure of Friendship Between 'Warring Tennis Countries I" earned to TtT . . - - - - . .. ! t - M 1 4T ; " Between 'Warring' Me Jbhrn and a"s - m vflfe ) Tenilis Countries Shan playerto Tecl nnoor courts I ffit " s - W V'H XHILAUELPHIA - (Pi - Elwood T. The Americans including John & "fc WMm'tm? I cookc. who cut quite a figure m Bromwichi Acirian Qutit and Jatk m ' . lk , M '... - " the all - English ch:imntsS p Crawford - held a morn mg workout. yv"W m i " ' ' an O'Brier i Young I ng kicked the sei Pingel Opens Up in sparKea tne coneBiai . Pingel's pass was intercepted 1 ,e GianLs or. the New York 34 yai ripe. The half ended before tl nt 31. But Len Barnum grabbed of Patterson's tosses and that ed the threat. In the final seven lutes Head Coach Elmer Layriec stituted frequently, but to no avail, the sun sounded the Giants in tercepted a Pingel t O'Bri. s pass The statistics show that the All Stars made 10 first downs to t h registered in such statistics and it champions triumphed. The Giants gained the most ground from scrim - i. 125 to 63. but the All - siars nan ?dge in passing, completing 9 out anly, live out of a

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