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m 1 Sporting Angle By BOB SHAFFER . EAST LIVERPOOL'S Red Sox. ' champions of the Eastern Ohio Amateur Baseball league, will be feted next Tuesday night at 8 in the banquet room over Maxie's tavern by Manager Guy Digman. During the evening, four trophies will be passed out by City league officials, President Roy Thompson, Vice President Oscar McVev Treasurer Arch Smith and Secretary Clinton Seevers. To Irishtown will go the award for hauling down the City league banner and Hall China will receive a trophy as the runner up. The leading batter and the most valuable player awards will be announced at the banquet and trophies will be presented the two players. The champions named by Manager Digman are: Bob Vocial, Bill Vocial. Lloyd Foster, Kenny Bar - nett, Bob Campbell. Pete Pollock Jr., Johnny Anderson. Kenny Cunningham, Howard Treleven. Ralph Waite, Jim Duffy, Jack Call, Ippy Nelson. Paul Dawson. Bill Call, Bob Duffy and Clark Huffman, and In addition Nate Lorah, loop umpire, Pete Pollock Sr., and Heimle Davis. Other members of the roster who are now in the armed forces Include Tom Stepien, Sherm Wagoner. Bill Owens. Homer Ensing - er, Don Smith, Charles Goddard and Joe Yager. Manager Digman requests squad members to bring their uniforms to the banquet. Later they will be cleaned and placed in storage for use next year. T3 Sectional Battles Hold Grid Interest Georgia - Alabama Fray May Settle Southeast Loop; Penn Meets Cadets BADGERS DISCOVER A CLIMAX RUNNER; HE'S ELROY HIRSCH By HAROLD CLAASSEN Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK, Oct, 31A trio of sectional spats monopolize the national spotlight today with the unbeaten football teams of Georgia and Alabama tangling at Atlanta; all - winning Ohio State the guest of onoe - tied Wisconsin; and Army's triumphant Cadets mixing with Perm's once - beaten Quakers at Philadelphia. Big Crowds Attracted And the way the fans have responded to those choice morsels you would think the contests were being played in pre - Pearl Harbor days. Penn officials estimated that 70,000 would sit In on the proceedings at Philadelphia; the Alabama - Georgia game has been a sellout for two weeks and there'll be 40.000 filled seats at Madison, Wis. Virtually all the star players in the three casts were fit for action except at Philadelphia where Earl Blaik. coach of Army, named Bob WToods to start in place of the injured Ralph (Santa Fe) Hill at right half. Capt. Hank Mazur, the other injured Army halfback, will start. Penn's forces are all set for the fray. Wisconsin's Elroy Hirsch and Pat Harder, both ailing much of the week, will be in at the kickoff against Ohio State and the argument the past seven days in Dixie has been which of the two teams. Alabama or Georgia, is the healthier. Navy - Irish Sellout Nation 's Gridiron Menu Witt jfc. ' M riSE EAST LIVERPOOL REVIEW PAGE NINE EAST LIVERPOOL, OHIO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1942. PAGE NINE Navy Underdog In Game With Irish Today EAST PALESTINE IS BEATEN, 40 - 0 Boardman Team Smothers Bulldogs In Loop Tilt Ipaclal T Tht RtrUw. BAST PALESTINE, Oct. SI Boardman High's gridiron Juggernaut smothered the Bulldogs here last night, 400. before the largest crowd ever to jam the local stadium and virtually clinched the Tri - County league championship. After the first period in which neither team scored, the visitors started rolling. Boardman's quartet of backs, Glover, Fidran, Geth - ing and Capt. Rich, punched over three touchdowns in the second quarter, one in the third, two in the fourth and tossed a Palestine back for a safety. East Palestine's only threat came in the second quarter when the Although the Cleveland meeting " t 1 nlrB7T tween Navy and Notre Dame I "P.6 "p!trbi!' l. le an auu iwu pasr,s, wesiover 10 ELROY HIRSCH Best Stuhldreher ever had. K By TONY WIRRY Wide World Features. MADISON, Wis. Seeing him about the campus, you would take Elroy Hirsch for a library employe or a professor's assistant but don't let appearances fool you. That mild - mannered young lad Is Wisconsin's new sophomore halfback sensation and on the football field any resemblance between him and the retiring type of male Is purely coincidental. Wears Certain Sweater This mercury - footed newcomer, who insists upon wearing a certain tan sweater the night before each home game, Is the climax runner Coach Harry Stuhldreher has been looking for at left half since he came to Wisconsin six years ago. Stuhldreher wouldn't 4 swap him for any other left half t he ever has coached. In ordinary years, mid - seasons about Badger football are liberally sprinkled with regrets, but this year is different. With four wins and a tie in non - conference competition. Wisconsin fans are eyeing a successful Big Ten campaign witn Hirsch in a superman role. Shouldered with most of the scoring chores when fullback Pat Harder, leading scorer and ground gainer in the Big Ten last year, was slowed down by a leg injury, Hirsch filled the gap with honors to spare, running for five touchdowns and passing for another. , He got two against Missouri, one each against Notre Dame, Marquette and Great Lakes, and passed for a fifth against the Hill - toppers. The Great Lakes six - pointer was made on a 61 - yard run. Against Notre Dame he sped for 35 and led the drive for the first touchdown against Purdue. ( ' Modest, Unassuming Modest and unassuming, he Is extremely popular right down to the training room attendants to whom football players are a dime a dozen. ...... oioiuiir ai. uKJiuau. basketball and baseball in high school, he found time to sing In the glee club and win the junior class presidency. Draft board permitting, he intends to go into the advertising department of a large insurance concern In his native Wausau after graduation. "He's got football figured out this way: ' The game can help you tremendously as long as you don't get the big head. Once you do. you're all through. between Navy doesn't have the glamor of the top three It probably will be witnessed by the largest crowd, with officials expecting 80.000. It will be Coach Prank Leahy's first chance to see the Irish in action since he left for a 17 - day stay in the hospital and the Ramblers opened a winning streak. Neither will there be many empty seats at Durham. N. C where the revived Dixie Blue Devils, their casualty list wiped out, entertain the unbeaten forces of Georgia Tech. The Dukes never have lost to Georgia Tech on their home field but enter today's fray as the underdogs. Not only is the day's schedule heavy in quality, it also promises quantity. The midwest, as usual, leads the way with Iowa's Pre - Flight Cadete expected to handle Bob Cowan and Billy Hillenbrand of Indiana; Illi nois hopeful of starting another win streak at the expense of Michigan; Minnesota at Northwestern, Purdue invading Iowa and the rampant Missouri Tigers taking on the Great Lakes outfit at St. Louis. MIDLAND SMOTHERED BY AMBRIDGE, 53 - 0 Special To The Review. AMBRIDGE, Oct. 31 Midland's oft - defeated football team dropped another here last night, the eighth straight of the season, to the pow erful Ambridge High eleven, 53 - 0 The contest was one - sided all the way with the local gridders get ting three touchdowns in the first period, two In the second, two in the third and one in the final. Laniewski and Kosinskl led the touchdown parade with the former pounding Into the end zone thjee times ana the latter hitting pay dirt twice. Laniewski also booted four extra points from placement. Midland Ambridge LE....D'Itri Klssaday LT....Coughlin Gozar LG Miglore Borkowski C ....Love Troup RG.... Simmons Guzan RT....Tepovich Kruncevci RE....Onuska Ulinski QH....Finley Frangione LH Germusa Laniewski RH.... Relic Moyer Ffi....Bives Kosinski Ambridge 21 13 12 753 Midland .0 0 0 0 0 Touchdowns Laniewski 3. Kosinski 2, Moyer, Ulinski, Goldman (Sub). Points after touchdowns Laniewski, (placement) 4, Kosinski (plunge). Linzey with a lateral to Gorby on trie end of the second toss, carried the Bulldogs to the visitors' 20. But Boardman stiffened there and took the ball on downs. Capt. Rich led his mates with two scoring dashes, one a 35 - yard sprint in the second chapter and the other a 23 - yard Jaunt in the third. Gething got loose at left end in the fourth for 20 yards and (pay dirt. Other touchdowns were chalked up by Firdran, Glover and Faulkner. Westover was thrown behind - his own goal In the fourth quarter for the safety. Pos..East Palestine Boardman LE..LInzay Kemper LT..Pilati Jacobs LG. . Peterson Morgan U . - Wyle Faulkner RG.. Nolan Murdock RT.. Southern Marshall RE.. Guthrie Johnson QB. .Lippe Glover LH. . Westover Fidran RH.. Roberts Gething FB..Gorley Rich Boardman 0 18 6 1640 East Palestine .... 0 0 0 00 Touchdowns Fidran, Rich 2, Gething. Glover, Faulkner. Points after Touchdowns Fidran (plunge), Gething (placekick). Safeties Westover. f o l Alt 6 AC. 14 - TMC SXbfl1 OF MACQUBffC Most Of Varsity At Sea; Tilt Sellout At Cleveland WINNER RATED CHOICE TO COP BIG TEN TITLE; 40,000 FANS EXPECTED Wisconsin Seeks First Victory Over Ohio State Since. 1928; Kickoff Slated For 3 P. M., Brown To Bank On Fekete And Sarringhaus For 6th Triumph CoACA fbv S - fiPHAH MoSfuV ABuT JoAmaW s Mis Legion Measure Signed WASHINGTON. Oct. 31 President Roosevelt has signed legislation making members of LISBON. LEGION SETS ARMISTICE PROGRAM Parade And Banquet Slated For Celebration Nov. 11 i .Mn. Oheet 1 7 Pigskin Tussles On State College Card; Penguins Win By The Amorlatrd Pre. COLUMBUS. Oct. 31 Al Peri, freshman triple threater, scored two touchdowns last night as Youngstown college trampled Illinois Wesleyan, 35 - 6. in a homecoming football game. Freshman Conzi Lucci scored another touchdown for the Penguins, and Tony Aiello and Joe De Rose one each. Bob Coughlln plaoekickd tnree extra points and Youngstown v was awarded a safety when Max i E. M. Knowles League W. L. Clayshop 15 3 Decorators 11 7 Strippers 11 7 Maintenance 10 8 Warehouse 8 10 Bisque . . . 8 10 Dipping House 7, 11 Office 2 16 Clayshop .... 812 748 6882248 Warehouse .. 679 676 6632038 Decorators 760 742 7682270 Office 674 719 7112104 Dipping House 664 646 6011911 Strippers 695 731 6822108 Bisque 679 915 6572251 Maintenance . 683 692 7532228 Single game high Foos 219; Mills 192; Dietz Jr. 163 - 162; Bossen 183; H. Moore 174; W. Plant 161; Harris 151. Three game high R. Diet Jr. 470; Sullivan 442; Mills 446; H. Moore 435. Armentrout was tackled behind his own goal line after fumbling a punt for Wesleyan. Otterbeln Seeks Fourth Seventeen games involving Ohio college tams were on today's grid menu. Ohio State invaded Wisconsin in the top tilt, while in the state Otterbein sought its fourth straight Ohio conference victory in a game with Denison at Wester ville. Wilberforce staked its undefeated record in a game with Lincoln university of Missouri at Xenia. Other games today: U. S. Coast Guard (Manhattan Beach. N. Y..) at Toledo (night); Wooster at Mt. Union; Heidelberg at Capital; Kent State at Bowling Green; Kenyon at Oberlin; Boston U. at Cincinnati; Oxford Naval Trainees vs. Findlay at Hamilton; Baldwin Wallace at Akron; Ohio Wesleyan at Case (night); Wright - Patterson field at. West Liberty (W. Va.) Teachers; Ohio U. at Miami; Marshall at Dayton .night); Bluffton at Grand Rapids, Mich. New Castle Refractory W. L. Skeltons Hellers ('ranks Bats . Slabs Jacks 9 8 8 5 5 2 10 737 , 539 1 I.w,J!BC,Bl T Th K'"". LISBON, Oct. 31 - A fitting Armistice day observance is being planned here by John Welsh pot, American Legion, Nov. 11, including a parade over downtown streets during the morning and the annual banquet of the Legion and ladles auxiliary in the home at 6:30 p. m. Commander J. Homer Browne has appointed Maj. Hugh Ramsey as marshal of the parade, to begin iw a. m. Headed by the Lis - bon High school band, the line of march will Include patriotic organizations and school children. Glenn Teft of Wellsville. oast I county commander of American Cranks Jacks Slabs 553 Bats 459 Skeltons 771 Hellers 719 696 619 598 459 663 623 6342067 6331791 5491700 4861404 7042138 6822124 Single game high Ray burn 195 - 160: Hause 192; Jackson 176; Beulke 175 - 164; Smith 167151; Cline 151: Holderman 159 - 152; Murphy 154 166 166; Evans 152; Huffman 169; Davis 161. Three game high Rayburn 488. Murphy 486; Beulke 473; Smith 457; Holderman 450. Ih " J , , t . ." arr if! ii wi .ne wglon' wtn sPea at the annual present world war eligible for banquet, with Wallace E. King, membership in the American Le - county sen - ice officer, presiding as Yw" ""tt waving ! cuairman, ah servicemen home on with any country allied with the United States also are eligible. Ex - Champ Dies CLEVELAND. Oct. 31 Al Jackson. 38, former state ama - mriough will be during the day. special guests 20th Infant Dies CLEVELAND. Oct. Si Th death toll ! Jl I . , , . . . .....v VJL Vll irur uuuieweigni DUIinz cnamD - ' rnea. or newhm - n on t - i ton and professional boxer, died j day. the latest victim being a - mm i ii u v n rip rim itiur ri vt wr a - ma ' j i . t !. w j j i.wrc - uiuma - oia ooy at city hos - 1 executive, he had operated a cafe. 'pitaL i28t Ja4fl Public Hall Seizure Delayed CLEVELAND, Oct. 31 The army air forces have abandoned for the present plans to take over Cleveland's $25,000,000 public hall, municipal stadium and the lake - front for training purposes, Mayor Frank J. Lausche said he learned In Washington yesterday. Divide $405,364 Estate NEW YORK. Oct 31 Mrs. Charlotte S. Chappie of Middle - town, O., and Mrs. Hortense 8. Miller of Hooesdale, Pa., will divide a $405,364 estate left by their brother, the late Richard H. Strongman, a department store Strongman died COLUMBUS BLACKOUT FOUND DISAPPOINTING 'Plenty Of Violations' Noted By U. S. Army Observer Br The Awwlated PrM. COLUMBUS. Oct. 31 - Robert S. Harsh, armv liaison officer, today expressed disappointment over Friday night's 19 - minute trial blackout of metropolitan Columbus and urged the city's defense officials to "run down" all violators. Col. Harsh, who viewed the 19 - minute test from atop the capital's tallest building, the A LU. tower, said he could see "plenty of violations". Paul R. Gingher. commander of the citizens' defense corps, asserted that violators will be "called in", but did not disclose what action, if any, will be taken against them. He added that lights left burning "were primarily in busiuess places where no one was In attendance and where air raid wardens could do nothing about it." The city defense chief praised the speedy darkening of residential sections and said motorists and pedestrians cooperated satisfactorily. Workers Chose CIO Union CLEVELAND, Oct. 31 The national labor relations board has announced that workers at the Weetinghowse Electric & Manufacturing Co. at Canton chose the CIO United Electrical, Radio & Machine Workers of America as bargaining agent in an election. A total of 997 votes were cast for the CIO union; 640 for the Inter - District Boardman 40, East Palestine 0. Ambridge 53, Midland 0. Tri - County league game. Scholastic Lima South 13, Dayton Wilbur Wright 0. Fremont St. Joseph's 20, Tiffin Calvert 7. Zanesville 34, Lancaster 7. Newark St. Francie 44, Ash ley 26. Athens 18, Logan 0. Toledo Waite 20, Toledo Cen tral Catholic 0. Toledo Libbey 38, Toledo Scott 7. Boys Town (Neb.) 13, Spring field Catholic Central 13 (tie). Mansfield 28, Portsmouth 7. Masslllon 32, Warren 0. Oxford McGuffey 26. New Castle (Ind.) 6. Mlddleport 27, Jackson 14. . Cincinnati St. Xavier 20, Ft. Thomas (Ky) Highlands 0. Hamilton 13, Cincinnati Hughes 7. Middletown 20, Springfield 7. Bellevue Ky. 19 Norwood 7. Cleveland Shaw 12, Lorain 12 (tie). Steubenville 21, Canton Mc - Klnley 13. Kent Rooeevelt 27, Kent State High 0. Campbell Memorial 14, Struth - ers 0. Youngstown Wood row Wilson 19, Youngstown Chaney 9. Wadswortli 26, Wlckliffe 6. Collegiate Youngstown 35, Illinois Wesleyan 8. Moravian 19, Ithaca 0. Morehead 0, Morrig Harvey 0 (tie). Tula 40, Drake. 0. Augustana (Sioux Falls) 19. North Dakota 0. Penn 12, Buena Vista 9. Dubuque 25, Wartburg 6. St. Thomas 18. St. John's 0. Grand Rapids 7, Hope 7 (tie). Central Michigan 13, Wayne 0. South Carolina 14. The Citadel 0. Georgia Pre Flight 20, Jacksonville Naval Air Station 6. Kentucky 27, George Washington 6. By FRITZ HOWELL Associated Press Sports Writer CLEVELAND. Oct. 31 Ths Mid shipmen of Annapolis, with most of their varsity fighting a bigger battle somewhere at aea, were dls tinct underdogs today as they clashed with Notre Dame's resur gent Irish in a grid game ex pected to attract approximately 80.000. The Navy's veterans of last sea son, who normally would have been eligible for the annual classic, were among the men rushed to graduation to take up more Im pnrtant assignments with the fleet Only five lettermen were avail able for Navy gridiron duty, mak ing somewhat easier Notre Dame's chore of fighting its way back into the pigskin limelight after an early season tie by Wisconsin and defeat by Georgia Tech. Neither team had an imposing record going into today's fray. The Navy dropped three of its five contests, and the Irish won only three of five but Cleveland's big lakefront stadium was practically a sellout anyway. 6 Starters From Ohio Although neither team is from Ohio, the Buckeye realm's "happy hunting grounds" contributed six of the 22 starting playerseach club boasting an end, guard and ball - toter from this state. Notre Dame presents Bob Dove, the all - America end from Youngstown, Guard Bob McBrlde of Lancaster and Russell Ashbaugh, the Youngstown halfback who has battled his way from deep in the reserves to the first string by his showing in recent contests. Hlllis Hume, the former Alliance High school flash. Is the Navy's No. 1 offensive threat at fullback. while the other Midshipmen from Ohio Knd Bob Wilcox of Akron and Guard Art Knox of Paines - vllle are lettermen. Coach Frank Leahy of the Irish. whose team won three straight while he was In Mayo clinic, was on hand for the fray, but Assistant Ed MeKmver was expected to map the Notre Dame strategy. Game time is 2 p. m. (East Liverpool time). The' probable lineups: Pos. Navy Notre Dame LH. . . .Channell Dove LT. . ..Montgomery Rymkus LG. . , . Brown McBrlde C....Kedon Coleman RG....Knox Wright RT....Sfhnurr Neff HE.... Wilcox Murphy QH. ...Barksdale Bertelll LH. ., .Cameron Livingstone RH....H. Martin Atthbaugh FB Hume Clatt . . Br ITw AMclato4 Prw. MADISON, Wis., Oct. 31 The Western conference's only undefeated football teams this season Ohio State and Wisconsin clashed today and with victory went the role of favorite to capture the Big Ten title. A crowd of about 40.000 was expected for the game, one of the nation's top attractions. The game was the 13th between the two elevens. The Badgers, seeking their firat win over the Buckeyes, the nation's No. 1 eleven, aince 1918, banked on Sophomore Elroy Hirsch and Fullback Pat Harder, both of whom have been handicapped by ailments. Gene Fekete, one of the country's highest scorers, and his back - field partner, Paul Sarringhaus, were depended upon to power Ohio State to its fourth conference win, and its sixth straight victory of the season. Harry Stuhldreher, Wisconsin coach, conceded nothing to the Buckeyes. Badgers Are 'Ready' "We're ready," he exclaimed. "The team that gets the breaks is going to win and we mean to get them. "We came here knowing It would be a tough content and if we lose we will know that Wisconsin is better than we are," asserted Coach Paul Brown of Ohio State. Brown said his squad was in first rate condition, but that Dante Lavelll, first string end, would not start and might not play due to the Injury that has kept him on the sidelines since the Southern California game three weeks ago. Anticipating a thrilling contest, Wisconsin homecoming rooters last night staged a celebration described by veteran police officers as the wildest in many years. Twenty - six persons were arrested on charges of disorderly conduct and malicious destruction of property and officers reported laying down 33 tear gas barrages in their efforts to disperse the celebrants marching from the campus to capl - tol square. Probable lineups: Ohio State Wisconsin LE....Hedor Hanxlik LT... .Willis Baumann I... . I Van Vogds C Vicroy Negus RG.... Huston Currier RT....Czurl Hlrsbrunner RK....Rhaw Schrelner (C) QH....Lynn (C) Wink LH.... Sarringhaus Hirsch RH....Horvath Hosklns FH Fekete Harder Kickoff: 3 p, m. (EaBt Liverpool time.) Sport Chatter By HUGH FULLERTON JR. Associated Press Sports Writer NEW YORK. Oct. 31 There's many a slip which is about as good a way as any to sum up the prospects for the big - league hockey season that gets started tonight. . . . Nobody knows how it will end, hut you can figure that its showing will be a good indication of the future of baseball and othei sports. . . For instance, with about 40 percent of last year's players already In the armed forces, hockey clubs are loading up with guys like Ebbie Good f el - low and Sweeney Schrlner, who either had retired or were about to; they're using former third - stringers and minor leaguers In some of the more Important spots and bringing in as many 17 and 18 year old rookies as they can. Today's guest star. ' Kenneth Jones, Peoria (I11.K Journal - Transcript: "An unbeaten football team is one that is living on borrowed time." Tip on today's Georgia - Alabama game: Wally Butts, Georgia coach never has lost twice to the aame team and Alabama beat the Crackers last year. . . . Called upon to tell New York football writers something about his old high coaching rival, Paul Brown of Ohio. State, Ensign Larry Gligor of the. Manhattan Beach coast guard told, them what a great guy he is, then concluded: "I'd still like to be associated with a team that knocks the socks off him." . . Praise Brown and pass the ammunition. MASSILL0N WINS 50TH STRAIGHT BY 32 - T0 - 0 Ry The AuoHated PrtM. MASSILLON, Oct. 31 The Tigers of Masslllon Washington High school have run their string of gridiron victories to 60. The latest victims, 32 - 0, were the Warren Harding High presidents. Left Halfback Bob Graber and Right Half Keve Bray each got a pair of touchdowns, Quarterback Cardinal had one, and although Fullback Chuck Holt's only scoring was a pair of extra points, he out - gained the entire Harding team from scrimmage. . Today Chester at New Cumberland. Leetonia at Lisbon. Sebrlng at Columbiana. MAURIELL0 GETS NOD OVER VETERAN SAVOLD Br Th Auorlattd PrtM. NEW YORK. Oct. 31 Boxing's war - time "duration champ" of the heavyweights probacy will come out of a November 27 Madison Square Garden bout between Tami Mauriello and Jimmy Bivins. While Mauriello showed plenty of power In the stretch to overhaul the tiring Des Moines veteran Lee Savold, in the last two heats, with a ten - round decision in the Garden last night and get the shot with Bivins, he didn't uncover anything that puts him in Joe Louis' league yet. OCCUPATION FAVORED IN PIMLIC0 FUTURITY fty T1m AaMrlatoe PrtM. ' BALTIMORE. Oct. 31A compact field of four classy two - year' old colts, led by Occupation, was scheduled to face Starter Jim Mil.' ton In the 20th running of the rich Pimllco futurity today, the last major purse of the juvenile season. Early wagering indicated that Occupation, from the stables of John Marscb of Chicago, would go to the post a short - priced fav orite of an army emergency relief day crowd. Second in the early odds was Mrs. John D. Hertz's Count Fleet. Fightslast Night NEW YORK Tami Maurlel - lo, 184, New York, outpointed Lee Savold. 191 Des Moines (10). 1 BOSTON George Martin, 147, Boston, outpointed Ralph Zanel - 11, 145, Providence, R. I. (10). DETROIT Jimmy Edgar 148, Detroit, knocked out Tony Motlsi 14Mr, Chicago (1). HOLLYWOOD Manuel Or. tls, 120. El Centro, Calif., won by technical knockout over Nat Corum, 121 Hi Portland, Ore. (6). New Zealand has a Libery Loan drive. Leopard - Tiger Switched Principal Ralph H. Jewell an - nounced the Mldland - Wellsvllle grid tusle has ben switched from Midland to Wellsville and will be played on Nicholson field next Friday. The contest was changed at the request of th Wellsville school "because interest, as Indicated by the crowds at the games, is greater In Wellsville this year than in Midland." . Father, Son Fined DAYTON, Oct. 31 A fine of $400 each was imposed upon Steve Kender Sr., and hie son John by Municipal Judge M. E. Scblafman for unlawful pomes - slon of five pheasants. Another will be arraigned Nov. 19. Britain is rationing soda crack ers. . Dec. national Association of Machinists ' (AFL). Lindbergh Now 3 - b ENGLEWOOD. N. J.. Oct. 31 Charles A. Lindbergh, who resign; ed bis commission as a colonel in i the air corps reserve during his j attacks on President Roosevelt's I Interventionist policies, was clas - i slfied 3 - B in the dTaft Friday. The j classification applies to married men with dependents and engaged ! in defense work. Lindbergh is a ! consultant for the Ford Motor Co. Nearly 70.000.000 sick persons in the United States lose over one billion days from work or normal activities annnallv. MODEL AIRPLANES 10 Up To $1.50 COMPLETE STOCK OF ALL TYPES AND DESIGNS Glue and Dope ...... 10c Heimie's WASHINGTON AT SIXTH THI WOOL IN .WOMAN'S SPORT SUIT MAKE yARMY OVERSEAS CAPS 4 s ftiWP BEST BUY FLEET - WINQ SERVICE MIDWAY OIL CO. ks Cor. Broadway and St Clair Next To Central Firs Station

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