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DETROIT FREE PRE.1S Thursday. October 17. 1946 1 V5 y Win All-Star Game or Drop It,5 Frick Tells NL Owners Heights Risks Rating in Kalamazoo Game Cranclelious Gives Muskegon" Edge in Bid lo Retain Top Prep Grid Slot IiV II A I, SCIIKAM Western Michigan football enthusiasts will troop into Kalamazoo Friday night. Battle lines have been drawn there for the season's first "showdown" game of the year. Muskegon Heights, boasting a thirteen-game winning streak and currently rated the State's No. 1 power, engages dangerous Kalamazoo Central in a Southwestern Conference headliner. K V 0 I" C t t dranripliniiQ ovoot ' Homnts fullback, mav nrnv tho - t - - tiiflorence hi this midseason classic. Jrandolious has sooted nine touch-dours in four games and his line-sinfishing makes the Tigers a six-pomt favorite. COACH I Ki:i UIDKMA will send his Maroons into the game protecting a four-game winning streak. Kalamazoo, with a bre.k here and there, could burst the Heights winning bubble. Injuries have inrrnl two fhiurs in the Kaluma.oo line- FOR MEN Tlii famous shoes arc here ajain in Mvcr.il attractive styles. There ate no better fitting shoes than Dr. Reed s. RACKHAM'S 2010 Park Ave. Next to Cliff Bell's CA 3820 v.; V. n o shaves 3 tmlf 011 new precision machinery vliiili insures a super-sharp elf. O 1 a. li llarlnisol Illa.le ris'nllr Iii.m 1 lol 1 y Iraineil exports. 9 llimlilr or sin tie riiao, both niaile of the finest Swolish lilue steel, w hieh Imlils its nlsif. Try "cm and cc! U " GUARANTEED one manufactured by th makrl of Borbatol, lh world' largit-Ming thav cream No Mail Orders Phase! f ; " ?H ' and Ki r: -3 . .1 ill V ii' S.VU OPCN M0N4 FRI SAT., 9 i ' '"fe for sliaroer 1 up. Jim Mellinger will start in place of Carl tJuse at right end, while Duane Prestage will replace Ed Janz at right guard. Two other unbeaten elevens Pontiac and Lansing Sexton clash in Lansing's Pattengill Stadium Friday night. The state championship hopes of Loth teams will be riding on the outcome. This week's schedule: mm v 1 ASS A S(.IAW V I.IKt Owfl Ht Htty li: snsin;iw at Hint (Vntral; Flint Northern :it S:iciiiHv rthur Hill. .liM i:ril) I.KAlil'K (Vntral at Cutlmlir Central. MH'TIIM KSI'KHN fON'KKRKNCK Holland at M iiokfumi ; .Mn.k'Kon lleiulit at Kaliiniiioo. MK-. l,KAtil R Battle Creek at Ann Arlmr. KASTKHN M l II Ml AN' RirminKliatn at Iliiel Turk: Kermliile at Mt. 'lemeii. DOWN K I Kit Dearborn at Kiver Kuiier: Keorsc at Melvimlale. MlVI.KMil i: (.AMIS Lincoln Park at Ka-t Detroit: Siirnia nt. t Port Huron: Pontiac at l.ansinK Seton: south Bend (lnil. ) ahintton at Jark-on: l.an-sine K.astern at lleiiton llarlior. LANS B TW1N-VAI . Marshall at Smrris; Albion at (ohlwater: Battle Creek Lake-view at Kat I ansine. HOT LN l'KAl. St. Johns at Beldms. KsT M HI KHAN Koeille at Van Dike: lason at Koal lak Madison. lill. SKVKN Three Kivers at Smith Ilaen: Nile at St. Joseph; Kalamazoo State at DoMaciae. ( APITAI. tIKCl'IT Oranii I.ertse at K. ill. Ml Kaniils; Mason at Howell. s vri i;da v CL SS A (iiND KAPIDS LKAlil'K Ottawa Hills at restno. KIIKIIKli (tiriKS CONFK.RKXfK iiuliiltc at drosse Pointe; Kordson at limlilaiid Park: Monroe at Koval Oak. NON-1. K.A. I K Aluena at ChelioKan. tit YoURM irv- w u SPECIAL ADJUST 6Q5 & CASTER Don't Delay Any Longer COME IN TODAY STORES vcRNOR HWY. and TRUMBULL CHERRY 5900 5911 CASS at ANTOINETTE MADISON 4971 31 1 9r . 1415 BROADWAY Near GRAND RIVER We've Got 'Em For You! U. S. Army Surplus! - SHOTGUN SHELLS i t T.iiagr 00 Biukshot Feters heavy load. Bo of 25 Smokeless powder r-l A 9 pellet No. 00 U T.4-A II ---- 11 o i'o limit hit Iipv last 10o DISCOUNT Or All Merchandise t Vftfr-ant. Officers and Enlistee) Mm, Members of ROTC. MST anel CAP. Cardinals Lose 0 - MIKE GONZALEZ St. Louis president bids Mike a fond adieu Colorful Mike Gonzalez Quits as Cards' Coach ST. LOUIS (U.R) Strange-talking but warm-hearted Miguel (Mike) Gonzalez, probably the only man ever to call a ball player a lady and get away with it, has resigned as coacTi of the world champion St. Louis Cardinals in the hour of his greatest triumph. Gonzalez, who as "hird base coach of the Cardinals was credited with the daring strategy which permitted Enos Slaughter to score the winning run against Boston in the final game, left his post to manage a team in the Cuban Winter League. OWNER SAM BREADON said that he deeply regretted the decision of his coach to leave the team "We'd like to see him come back at any time and I hope he will," Iireadon said. Gonzalez, despite a thirty-four- Cards Pocket $3,757 Each ST. L O U I S (rP) The World Series netted each member of the St. Loui Cardinals $3,757.04. Each Boston player voted a full share will receive $2,052.03. The Red Birds divided their winners' total of $127,739.32 from the series receipts 34 ways, and the Red Sox sliced the losing portion of $85,159.55 into 412 shares. Players share in the receipts of the first four games only. Their part of the take amounted to $304,141.24. The other $91,242.38 will be divided among the second, third and fourth-place teams, of the two major leagues. Pick the Grid Winners WIN THAT $100 VICTORY BOND No. Team Win Team Win 1 1 Michigan ( ) Northwestern ( ) ( 2 Michigan State ( ) Penn State ( ) ( 3 Detroit ( ) Tulsa ( ) ( 4 Wayne ( ) George Washington ( ) ( 5 Illinois ( ) Wisconsin ( ) ( 6 Indiana ( ) Iowa ( ) ( 7 Marquette ( ) Pittsburgh ( ) ( 8 Minnesota ( ) Wyoming ( ) ( 9 Southern Meth. ( ) Itice ( ) ( 10 Ohio State ( ) Purdue ( ) ( 11 Yale ( ) Cornell ( ) ( 12 Army ( ) Columbia ( ) ( 13 Navy ( ) North Carolina ( ) ( 14 Dartmouth ( ) Brown ( ) ( 15 Holy Cross ( ) Syracuse ( ) ( 16 Georgia ( ) Oklahoma A&M ( ) ( 17 Tennessee ( ) Alabama ( ) ( 18 Texas ( ) Arkansas ( ) ( 19 South. California ( ) Washington ( ) ( 20 Louisiana State ( ) Georgia Tech ( ) ( Mark your choice clearly for each same (win, lose or tie). Send in as many entry coupons as you wish. Address all entries to the Football Contest Editor, Box 3119, Detroit 31, Mich. This blank or a reasonable facsimile may be used. All coupon mint he In the hands of the Football Contest Editor not later than 1 p. m. Thursday. Mailed entries must be postmarked not later than 1 p. m. Thursday to be considered. Kntries may be presented at the Public Relations Counter In the Free Press Ruilriing. 3'il W. Iafayette. Neatness will rncnt and the decision of the Free Press Football Contest Editor will be final. In case of ties the neatest entry will be determined the winner. The weekly prie twill be a $ loo rictory bond. When ties result involving this prize, the neatest entry in the tie will reeeiTe the top award. Persons involved In such ties not winnins top prize will receive consolation awards of $5 each. There Is no entry fee. Mrs. Gladys Hull, 501 X. Leroy, Fenton, Mich., was the winner of the contest ending Oct. 5. Employees of The Detroit Free Press or members of their families and employees of other newspapers, press associations and radio station are not eligible. NAME ADDRESS . CITV (Please Print 0LYMP1A HOCKEY SUN&AY NIGHT AT 8:30 DETROIT RED WINGS NEW YORK RANGERS TICKETS NOW ON SALE Prices: $3.00-$2.40-$l .80-S1 .25 General Admission 90c Bex Office Optn at 12:00 Noon Veteran Coach x s j Associated Press Wirephota SAM BKEADON year American baseball career which began with the Boston Braves in 1912, never was able to master the English language. His misuse of .it frequently led to amusing situations. IV THE RECENT climactic series with the Brooklyn Dodgers at Ebbets Field late in the season, the Cardinals lost a vital run at the plate when Stan Musial swept around third base and was thrown out with ease by Dodger Center Fielder Carl Furillo. Gonzalez asked Musial in the dressing room after the game why he had gone on in. "I thought you said 'go, go,' so I did," Musial replied. Ganzalez explained then that he had said "no, no." THE FIFTY-SIX - YEAR - OLD Gonzalez broke in with the 1912 Braves as a catcher. After a year of seasoning in the minors he returned to the National League where he played with the Cincinnati Reds, Cardinals, and New York Giants as catcher and first baseman until 1921. Later he spent several seasons in the American Association with St. Paul, Minneapolis, and Columbus. He also had one four-year stretch with the Chicago Cubs as catcher from 1926 through 1929. In 1931 he returned to the Cardinal chain and after two seasons as Red Bird catcher played the 1933 season at the Colurnbus farm club. He took over as coach in 1934 and served continuously until the current season. PHONE.. Clearly) Chief Calls Loss Costly But Cardinal Boss Turns Cold Shoulder NEW YORK (AP) Presi dent Ford Frick, of the National League, has been demanding that his club owners either try to win the annual All-Star Game or drop it. The St. Louis Cardinals' victory in the World Series supplies him with ' some welcome ammunition. The Cards, by beating the Boston Red Sox in four of seven games, dispelled any notion that the American League was in a lofty class by itself. Their demonstration of class came too late to do the senior circuit any good this season. IX OTHER WORDS, the fearful beating administered to the National Leaguers in the All-Star Game at Boston badly damaged the loop's prestige, in Frick's opinion. It probably cost many a dollar at the box office the remainder of the year. That it was an unfair test of strength was demonstrated by the Cards in the last 10 days. "Let's either play the All-Star Game to. win or drop it entirely," Frick urged Owner Sam Breadon, of the St. Louis club, after watching the Red Birds take the clincher, 4 to 3. "All it does is hurt us. "HERE YOUR CLUB, which had to go through a playoff to win in our league, outplayed a team that ran away and hid from the rest of the American League. Yet ever since midseason they've been talking as if we didn't belong in the same class with them. I'm tired of taking it." Although he didn't tell the Card owner so in as many words, it was obvious that Frick regarded Breadon as one of the . chief contributors to his misery. No Harry Brecheen, who scored three triumphs over the Red Sox, or Howie Pollet, the league's leading pitcher at the time, participated in the early July debacle at Boston. FRICK POINTED all this out to Breadon and asked him to lend a helping hand in the next All-Star tussle, but Sam remained unimpressed. "The World Series is the big thing," he demurred, "That's the one we want to win. We can't afford to take a chance and let one of our good pitchers work in the All-Star Game when it might cost us a game." Arcaro Rides Stake Winner Despite Spill NEW YORK (U.R) Veteran Jockey Eddie Arcaro wrote another courageous chapter into turf- dom's records on the opening day of Jamaica's fall meeting. He came back from a track hospital after a serious spill to win the $15,000 Correction Handicap aboard C. V. Whitney's Reece. Riding Stefan in the fourth race, Arcaro sought to maneuver his horse through a hole in the backs t retch but his mount was boxed in. When he tried to pull up the gray gelding, Arcaro tumbled to the track as the field flashed by. The Hhirty-one-year-old handicap veteran from Newport, Ky., got to his feet and then collapsed. He was rushed to an emergency hospital by ambulance. Doctors diagnosed his injuries as a bruised head and arm, but Arcaro insisted on returning to the track. RECCE, a filly, broke slowly, but when Arcaro asked her for speed, the daughter of Mahmoud responded and was going away at the finish of the six-furlong sprint Athene was second by a length and Aladear third in the - field of 10 fillies and mares. Recce was well supported by the crowd of 21,636 who watched Arcaro fall with mixed emotions. Some booed when he came back in the stake race, while others cheered. He had everyone's support when he brought Recce to the winner's circle for 'the $6.40 payoff. Arcaro,, who has been booed often this season whether he won or lost, will leave soon for California. He will ride the L. B. Mayer horses. New Fall STETSON HATS Are now being shown 10. I250 15. ROESINK'S 38 Mich. Ave. opposite City Hall -IfflAHim IFAILILIIMG?' EXCESSIVE HAIR FALLING STOPPED Learn the true faots about dandruff, falling hair. Itching, dryness and other sea Id disorders. My discovery will overcome these conditions and revives oil glands so the hair can survive and grow. W0 MASSAGES, SALVES. OILS, TONICS. MACHINES, DRUGS, DIET OR LIGHT USED. LET ME ALSO EXPLAIN WHY BALDNESS IS NOT HEREDITARY. FREE EXAMINATION TELL1E USING WILKEN METHOD 913 $teptinti Bill., W. GrsM Blv. at Cass TI 1-4230 Hairs: 11 te 2, 3 to 8. Wri. sni Sit 11 te 2. (Head)lineman I : '. 'J1 -" . . i 1 Associated Press Wirephota BURR BALDWIN Acclaimed in weekly poll Uclan End Rated Best Acclaimed bv Scribes as 'Lineman of Week' NEW YORK (JP) Burr Baldwin, UCLA end, who scored the touchdown that sent the Bruins into the 1943 Rose Bowl game and then interrupted his gridiron career to serve more than three years in the Army, is football's "Lineman of the Week." His" performance Saturday In snagging Tialf a dozen of Ernie base's passes for 115 yards and handling the bail on two laterals, one of which resulted in a touchdown, in UCLA's 26-6 triumph over Stanford, brought him top honors in the weekly poll of the Associated Press to select the outstanding lineman of the country. A TRIO OF GUARDS, Plato An-dos" of Oklahoma, Steve Suhey df Penn State and Knox Ramsey of William and Mary, also received considerable praise for their work last week. Other outstanding linemen of the past week included: Ends Elmer Madar, Michigan; Abe Addams, Indiana; Hank Foldberg, Army. Guards George Kraeger, Michigan; Hank Hachten, Stanford; Joe Steffy, Army. Center Alex Sarkisan, Northwestern. Feller Claims Veeck's Help in Denver Deal DENVER (U.R) Bob Feller, Cleveland Indian fast-ball pitcher, is "talking turkey" about establishing a Denver entry in a revived Western League. Feller said that he had the support of Cleveland President Bill Yeeck in hts negotiations. A representative will attend a meeting here Oct. 23 to discuss reformation of the W e stern League as a Class AA circuit. "Many rumors have been flying, and there are many baseball people casting an eye toward Denver," Feller said. "Well, I'm one of them and Veeck is behind me to the limit." Wojie Wm Be Eagle Sunday PHILADELP H-I A (U.R) The Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League announced the purchase of Alex Wojciechowicz, veteran center of the Detroit Lions, for an undisclosed sum. ' General Manager Harry M. Thayer said that Wojciechowicz signed a contract and would be ih the line-up when the Eagles play the Bears at Chicago Sunday. ATTENTIO IV VETERANS and CIVILIANS "Short or Tall Large or Small PIIILCOXS Fits Tliom A1P' HAXD TAILORED ALL WOOL SUITS TOPCOATS OVERCOATS IV THE LATEST YOUNG MEN'S MODELS We Have What You Want OPEN 9 A. M. TO 9 P. M. Cadillac 8195 PIIILCOXS POV THEATRE BLDG. WOODWARD AT COLUMBIA HAIR AND SCALP SPECIALISTS Method em-ensa ay froalnint Btiinesiasa ani Phytlelms Trojans Bid for No. 4 Play Eastern Eleven ; Prep Swimmers Open Miller High School, enjoying its greatest football season since 1935, will be favored to retain its perfect record against Eastern in Keyworth Stadium at 3:30 p. m. Thursday. Miller will be seeking Its fourth straight victory. A triumph will pull the Trojans into a tie with Denby in the East Side race. The game is the only one on Thursday's City League schedule. Swimming teams will open their dual-meet Thursday with a seven-event program. The swimming schedule: EAST SIDE Eastern at Southeastern, Northeastern at Xorthern. Cass Tech at Denby. WEST SIDE Charter at Cooler. Bedford at Central. Mackenzie at Southwestern, Western at Northwestern. Skaters to Set Tourney Dates Allotment of dates and sanctions for the coming season will be made at a meeting of the Michigan Skating Association Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Barium Hotel. Plans for the Central United States Olympic trials also will be discussed. Delegates are expected from Escanaba, Alpena. Muskegon, Bay City, Saginaw, Flint, New Baltimore, Wyandotte and Detroit. Foofball TICKETS Mich. vs. Northwestern OCT. 19 J3 No telephone reservations OPEN 9 TO 5:30 1430 WASHINGTON BLV0. 4iv; iff. - '.. Like a mountain breeze tingling fonc-PREP SHAVE CREAM wakes up your face. Get it and go places! smoother drinlcs como from HAVANA CLUB RUM h ft i it- c arm h m 86 Proof Available at all Michigan Liquor Com mis son stores and at your favorite S. D.'D. ' SOLE AGENTS FOR U. S. A. WILLIAMS IMPORTERS a Division of R. C. 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