Daily News from Los Angeles, California on September 26, 1941 · 32
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Daily News from Los Angeles, California · 32

Los Angeles, California
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Friday, September 26, 1941
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THIRTY-TWO - 1 A 1 J . I4 DAILY-NEWS. LOS ANGELES. FRIDAY. SEPT. 26. 1941; : r i - ..i . - V.V-i . us gam ! MIMIC31? again T By GORDON MACKER ' town for a one night stand tonight at Gilmore stadium. Not that Ringling Bros, outfit. .. But Brill and Cushman's Lion "and Bulldog- Show-the annual Lo-yola-Redlands football game. ( Should be a-pretty colorful extravaganza, too. Cedi CushmaiTs Bulldogs are ...coming . up. .with, a brand new " aasortmest of hooper doopers. Never used on any gridiron be-lioreQftlrnes youli see slxmce handling the ball In one play, And you'll never recognize lfarty Brills Lions. - For the first-time Loyola is going to" play wide open football. Flanker plays. Pro stuff. ' Expect a lot of passing. And a lot of scoring. Mostly on Loyolas part. t The Lions should get off to a very good start Cause, as. far as size - goes, the Bed lands team Is no larger than a high school outfit The Bulldogs average 171 pounds;. the Lions 199. . bigger item yet ... the Loyola line averages 209 pounds. Thats the heftiest Del Rev forward wall in histdry. The . Bulldogs hope to make up LOU NOVA illustrates on the big punching bag what he hopes to do to Joe Louis when they meet Monday night w lew photon in New York for the world -heavyweight championship. Lou sex he is in top shape, and will win the world title. olDodger ffams go wild as brants9 return NEW YORK, Sept 25. UP tin all my yean on the force. These I have never seen anything likeahe took up his la ananlal VmIn haaujMM ... - . . ... . What they lack In size with deception and a continuous air attack. Their, offense is built around Httla Alvin Chang, a 150 pound t wirier from- Honolulu. Loyola will introduce five new backs Vince Pacewic, Bob Schmidt;- Eddie- Kalajian, LesFrt- "Rhotinued on Page 35, GoL 1) The special train bearing the Brooklyn Dodgers pennant-winning team pulled into Grand Central station tonight to be greeted by a mob of 10,000 fans who had jammed the depot for an hour.'. A special detail of 150 policemen were 4n hand but had difficulty controling the exhuberant crowd. The ufitaiiv in . charge of the police, a grizzled veteran, said he had never seen "Anything like it birds are really hard to handle. Posters were scattered throughout the throng. Some of them read: . . "Durocher for mayor, "Welcome our bums, Dixie Welker oa spot. Three on two out our bums behind. Dixie triples we 'win yeah! -Even the'fnformatlftn man'an-other gent who had been "around a long time, exclaimed, "No air, this. Wow! Life in Brooklyn was spiced by such actions as that of the little man offering 100 to 1 against the Dodgem chances of winning the world series. If he lives through the night he may be counted a brave fellow, though not discreet This is ho plaice' for a Yankee rooter. Several shrewd bettors approached him as held dol lar bills In their hands. Take away your dolty money, he commanded haughtily. "I am betting peanuts. He held out two ftetoful of goobers. Word" that the Cards had dropped their game with Pittar burgh reached a throng of score-board gazers several minutes before the Dodgers had "clinched the pennant in Boston. Hats and caps were flung in the air. Wash. State train delayed by slide ByB0BHEBER1 Strictly on the -Q-T. our Bruins open a branefnew foot-ball season against Billy Sewell and the Washington State Cougars tonight at Memorial Coliseum. While this- doesnt -figure- to- be THE year at Westwood, .UCLACs footballers will -do much better than last season when the final scoreboard read: Won 1, lost 9. . Frankly, coach Babe Horrell and his Bruins are tickled pink to forget about the past, if they can, and look to the future, which promises to -be considerably brighter.- The kickoff is at 8:S0, and a crowd of 85,000 is expected for the opening, of the:. .coastconference season. - - Even before they arrived, the -Cougars ran. Into trouble from an unexpected quarter.. . Their special was to have rolled Into town early. In the afternoon, in time for the team to limber up under the ardights of the Coliseum. . . But a slide detained the special at San Ardo, a hamlet near. Baa Lula Obispo, and it was 1:10 . a. m. before coach Babe UoUlngbery and hie party of 38 finally set foot In Los Annies. After a year of laboratory work, the game marks the first test for UCLA's new Q-T system. It also gives footbaU fans a glimpse of two potential all-Americana the great Cougar pitcher, Billy Sewell, and UCLAs sensational end. Snuffy. Smith-rand it alao.jnarks , the- first major test for the much . (Continued on Page 34, Cola. 3-5) - -tf- V

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