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Albert Evening Tribune (Newspaper) - September 23, 1937, Albert Lea, Minnesota Page ten the evening Tribune Albert Lea Minn. Thursday september is 1f$? Albert Lea drills on passes for game with Harding a ii 4l Telb juju jul <4 a Biju jul s in in a a a a a tit tit blocking tackling and signal Drill on gophers program for today. A. A a. A a a Jim Donovan Given trial As halfback Schumacher faces Davis in Rudy mro rubber game of vital series is Given place at right half end of last year shows ability As passer and Ball carriers Wambach still seeks better Ball carriers line appears set. A Long practice in Forward passing and defense was handed out last night by coach Wambach to his Tiger football team in the final preparation for the opening Home football game of the season Here tomorrow night against Harding High of St. Paul. If the session is any indication the tigers will probably launch some Aerial work themselves in an Effort to hang up a Victory Over a second twin cities team. This afternoon the players selected to make up the squad for the game will go through a Chalk talk and lumbering up exercise. The game tomorrow will be called at 8 of clock. Further team change coach Wambach is still Export menting trying to find a smooth and effective working combination for his Backfield. Jimmy Donovan who did some half backing but last year was turned into an end has been returned to the Backfield where he is Likely to see action against Harding. Donovan is a Good passer and rather Slippery Ball Carrier and his ability is of great value. The combinations used last night found Donovan and West rum As halfback with Hall at full and Ringham at Quarter or Hall and Westrum at the halves Ringham at Quarter and Bob Madson at full. Line appears settled the line for the game tomorrow night appears to be definitely settled. Two towering ends Ray Schultz and Gordon Olson Are expected to get the Call with Dyrdahl and Grin Olds As the guards. Jackson will Start at Center with Wulff John Donahue or Bill Atkins As the starting tackles. Vie Waldron who injured his shoulder at Mason City three minutes after he stepped on the Field last Friday night is Back in uniform but is not expected to see action tomorrow. Captain John Krowiorz was out ast night doing some running ground and he May Don a uniform tor the game but Likely be kept on the Bench for another week at least. System is unknown like their strength the system by the invading Harding team is not known to local coaches or players. In All of their other games the style of Ball to be used by opponents is known As Are the key men and a defense planned accordingly. But the local coaches know nothing at All about Harding a style of play or their key Ball carriers. As amp result the first Quarter probably will be a defensive one by both sides until they Are Abe to size up the situation Harding does not know the Albert Lea style either so it makes things even. As for the key men in the Tiger Backfield there does no to seem to be one at present and All the backs will have to be watched. Westrum will do the kicking and if he turns in the performance he did at Mason City All will go Well n that department. Albert Lea is not Likely to meet any team this year that is any better than the mohawks who dubbed them last week 19 to 0. The iowans had a Fine All around team. Cliff Melton Blanks Chicago 6 to 0 to give giants Edge in Loop race a new York Yankees Clinch american Pennant. By Bill Boni associated press sports writer it was Hal Schumacher against Curt Davis today As the giants and the cubs went into the grand finale of their super de luxe Pennant or ninth inf series at Wrigley Field. But from the giants Side of the Fence at least half of the Battle is won. When Cliff Melton put his six hit Damper on the Bruins yesterday to coach Bierman makes final preparations for opening game saturday against no. Dakota state Buhler takes quarterback. By the associated press National league batting a med Wick cardinals .375 Mize cardinals .360. Runs Medwick cardinals 107. A. Catan. Cubs and Martin chillies i a quote. Of Quot Quot a a Ltd with Minneapolis sept. 23.�?cf a six big eight teams will face opponents tomorrow a a Austin moves to Mason City the amp standings and Rochester tackles Bolt High of St. Paul�?win-1 Detroit re Ona at Lacrosse and City plays at red Wing. 101. Hits med Wick cardinals 222 p. Waner pirates 307. Home rum Ott giants 31 Medwick cardinals 28. Pitching fifteen decisions or More a Root cubs 13-5 Hubbell squelch them 6-0, it jacked the ter wants 20 8. Menus Lead bark to two and a half games. So even of the cubs should american league Belt Schumacher out of the Box this batting Gehringer i igers .383 afternoon As they have on three Yankees .358 .�?�w88iniffi�afc St arse a by the associated press Cliff Melton and Johnny Mccarthy giants former shut out cubs 6-0, on six hits and did no to walk a Man Mccarthy drove in two runs and got four singles in five trips to plate. Monte Pearson and Kemp Wicker Yankees each pitched and won seven hitter against Browns Pearson taking opener 4-1, and Wicker the Nightcap 11-0. Rudy York tigers his 33rd Home run with two on base provided winning in 6-4 defeat of red sox. Is Johnson cardinals a nicked for ten hits by dodgers but bore Down with men on base to win 4-2. Luke Sewell White sox drove in three runs in 9-3 Victory Over athletics. Jimmy Deshong senators scattered nine Indian bits ail singles and checked eighth inning rally to give Washington 6-4�?Tdecision. Vince Dimaggio bees his single drove Home winning run in 3-2 ten inning defeat of pirates. Dolph Camail Phillies tripled in ninth and brought in run that whipped reds 3 2. Previous occasions the giants still will go Home on top of the pack by a game and a half. Three left to subdue then there la be Only the dodgers phils and bees left to subdued clubs which from past performance.5 the giants know Aren t As Tough to take As the cubs. Not that the cubs were so Tough yesterday. Melton the lanky gang Ling first year varsity Man who ranks second Only to Hubbell on Bill Terry a staff attended to that. He attended to it so Well that Only two Bruins got As far As second base none of them got More than a single and not a one got a free ticket to first. Melton 18th Victory it was Melton a 18th win of the year and one of bus Best. Behind him the resourceful giants with right fielder Mel Ott still holding Down third base and former third Bateman Lou Chiozza playing Center Field put on a demonstration of Snappy Fielding that caught two cubs trying to make singles do the work of doubles and in general served As a proper setting for the Melton Gem. Cannonball Cliffy a performance should bolster Schumacher s morale for today a task. Until yesterday the second string giant Southpaw had had no More Success against Chicago than the first string giant right hander. Where Schumacher had been three times Melton had been knocked Loose from his props once. Where Hal lost one one inning Relief Job Melton had been beaten entering the game in the eighth. Neither until Melton came through had been Able to account for even one of the giants eight wins All of those had been credited to Slick Castleman now on the injured list Carl Hubbell who did an out of turn Relief trick in St. Louis Harry gum Bert knocked out in the first a Quot me. And Don Brennan. Yanks need one More Victory while the giants pulled themselves Back from the danger of sliding into second place the Yankees moved within one game of clinching their second straight american league title. Monte Pearson s 4-1 and Kemp Wickers 11-0 trimmings of the Browns yesterday despite the fact Detroit also won left the Yankees needing Only one More Victory or one More Tiger defeat to make the Pennant a certainty. Outside of the giants one sided Triumph the National league went in for tight Ball games. The bees upset the pirates 3-2, in ten innings behind another Good Job by Milt Shoffner and the Phillies consigned the reds to the cellar and moved out themselves by winning 3-2. The cardinals made it eight straight defeats for Brooklyn this time by a 4-2 count. The tigers delaying the deadline of their mathematical elimination whipped the red sox 6-4, As Rudy York connected for the circuit the second Day in a Row the White sox concentrated All their scoring in two innings to rout the athletics 9-3, and Jimmy Deshong held off an eighth inning rally by the indians to give Ashington a 6-4 decision. 142 runs Dimaggio Yankees Greenberg tigers 133. Hits Bell Browns 203 Walker tigers 201. Home runs Dimaggio Yankees 44 Greenberg tigers 38. Pitching fifteen decisions or More a Murphy Yankees 134 ruffing Yankees and Lawson tigers 18-6. Duke will have Strong eleven coach Wallace Wade has loads of manpower for his rigid i of game schedule a Veteran line ahead of four Fine backs. This is another in a series of stories dealing with major College football prospects. Durham n. C., sept. 23.�? apr Duke has loads of football manpower this year and a schedule rigid enough to permit the Blue devils to vault into the National picture if they can pick up the victories. A we have a very Good first string Backfield a a commented the Ultra conservative Wallace Wade who is grooming his seventh team Here. Four Good backs Clarence Ace Parker the All american halfback has gone but the Rai Birds predict that Bob of Mara 190-Pound Junior fullback and Erie Tipton 175-Pound Junior halfback w ill make fans forget the loss. Etiore Hackney 175, a senior will Call signals and Bob Spangler will fill the blocking Back assignment All four can kick pass and run. Ahead of that attacking group will be a Veteran line averaging slightly More than 190 pounds. Experienced ends Are needed but Wade is jockeying with seasoned men and May get the performance on the flanks he wants. Play ten games Wade and his Crew of assistants have Given close attention to Dea elopement of Reserve material for use in a 10-game schedule and apparently the Blue devils will be Well fortified in substitutes. The schedule sept. 25, v. P. I. At Greensboro n. Night oct. 2, Davidson at Davidson n. 9, Tennessee Here 16, Georgia tech at Atlanta a. 23, Colgate at Hamilton n. 30, Washington and Lee at Richmond a nov. 6 Wake Forest Here 13, North Carolina Here 20, n. State at Raleigh 27, Pittsburgh Here. Signal Drill thrown in for Good measure was coach Bernie Bier Many a program for his University of Minnesota Grinders today As he neared final preparations for the opening Duel with North Dakota state saturday afternoon. Defensive plays against Forward passing and running attacks took up a Large portion of yesterdays Maneu vers on Northrop Field. Gmitro at right half Little Rudy Gmitro retained his hold on right half in yesterdays sessions with the possibility he May Start at that position against North Dakota state Andy Uram remained at left half where he is expected to be the Crux of the Gopher passing and running attack. Big i Arry Buhler held Down fullback with Phil Belfiori still filling in at quarterback for vie Spadaccini who is suffering from a cold. Uram did practically All of the passing for the varsity on offence at times being relieved by Bill Matheny. Working against the varsity in the pass drills was a tentative Sec Ond team which had a Backfield comprised of Harold every Bob Gilchrist Wilbur Moore and Marty Christiansen. The varsity line expected to Start against North Dakota state Satur Day will have Captain Ray King and Dwight Reed at ends Lou Midler and Warren Kilbourne tackles Charles Schultz and Bob Weld guards and John Kulbitski Center. Bull p to Camiling held no charms for Harry Banning 26, of the giants. So when he got his Chance As a regular he made Good in a big Way. His excellent handling of pitchers has been one of the big reasons for the new York teams fight for league membership. Thomson takes Belmont Lead holds two stroke advantage on second half of 36-Hole medal play in $12,000 open tournament. American league w. L. 96 45 79 s3 79 63 Lane Cleveland. 75 67 Boston. 73 66 Washington. 68 74 Philadelphia. 48 92 St. Louis. 42 101 pct. .681 .556 .556 .528 .525 .479 .343 .294 ring carnival scheduled for n. V. Tonight four champions will defend their titles against dangerous opponents a 40, will see Battles. Results wednesday new York 4, la St. Louis i 0. Detroit 6 Boston 4. Chicago 9 Philadelphia 3. Washington 6 Cleveland 4 games today St. Louis at new York. Detroit at Boston. Chicago at Philadelphia. Cleveland at Washington. National league 8685 St. Louis. 78 Pittsburgh. 76 Boston. 72 Brooklyn. 61 Philadelphia. 57 Cincinnati. 56 l. Pct 54 .614 .594 .542 .531 .503 .421 .399 .394 Complete sellout for Homecoming game Minneapolis sept. 23.�? up a a Complete sellout of tickets for the Homecoming football Battle with Northwestern University in memorial stadium november 13, was announced today by Les Schroeder ticket sales manager at the University of Minnesota. Schroeder revealed approximately 62,000 tickets have been sold for the game. Requests for tickets to this game in Friday mornings mail also will be honoured Schroeder said although he remains somewhat dubious on How everyone is to be seated. This makes the second Complete sellout in the stadium for this Falls contest with the possibility similar conditions will prevail for two other games with Indiana and Wisconsin. The opening game against North Dakota state next saturday afternoon May find 50,000 or More fans in the stadium. A Complete sellout for the notre Dame game october 30 was reached some weeks ago. Bronko Sagurs pins Sandor Szabo a Belmont mass., sept. 23�? up a with Belmontes course record tucked under his Belt Long hitting Jimmy Thomson swung off with a two stroke advantage today on the second half of the 36-Hole medal play of Belmont s $12,000 open Golf tournament. His eyes trained on the $3,000 first place Money of the seasons richest tournament the Bond course Buster from Shawnee pa., led 153 other starters seeking the 64 places to which the Field will be Cut tonight. Thomson came Home with two 34�?Ts in the first round to win a rewarding kiss on the Home Green from his wife. Sam Snead from White Sulphur Springs a va., co favorite with Lawson Little jr., san Francisco and Denny Shute Boston . Titlist was in a three Way tie for second place with Byron Nelson of Reading pa., and Dick Metz of Chicago. All carded 70�?Ts, one under . Tony Manero Salem mass., and Henry Picard of Hershey pa., landed next with 71�?Ts, and Little joined eight others in the 72 group. Shute carded 73. All big eight conference teams but two Mankato and Northfield will resume their football wars tomorrow night but there Are no conference title bearing contests. The tests will be against outside foes who will give plenty of opposition. Mason City will entertain Austin new York on the mohawks Field. If Advance Chicago dope is Good for anything and their performance against the tigers last week a Sample of their Power the Scarlet Are in for a trimming. This would give Mason City a second Victory Over a big eight school. Rockets play Humbolt Rochester has taken on another Tough customer from the twin cities Humbolt High of St. Paul. Last week the rockets were outplayed and beaten by Marshall High of Minneapolis 15 to 0. Winona Idle last week opens up against la Crosse Central High at the Wisconsin City. The outcome should give conference opponents some idea on what coach Bowe has this season. Northfield and Mankato Are Idle. Last week the raiders beat Blue Earth 7 to 0, and the Scarlet played a scoreless tie with Mechanic arts of St. Paul. Falcons play state school the powerful Faribault Falcons play the school of deaf eleven in a City championship game with the Green and White the big favourites. Red Wing Winner Over Ellsworth wis., last week 18 to 0, takes on Lake City. Of the teams in action tomorrow 1 night Only Faribault and red Wing appear As Likely winners. Albert lean a hts 3.2 left them two up and two and Rochester May get going and to g0 0n Milwaukee but they need come out on top but Austin is Likely de another Victory Here tonight be to take a Licking after beating Owa fore feeling confident of final Tonna last week 7 to 0. La Crosse Central always has a Good team and Winona untried As yet May be on either team the Small end of the score. Results wednesday new York 6 Chicago 0. Boston 3 Pittsburgh 2 to innings Philadelphia 3 Cincinnati 2. St. J on is 4 Broklyn 2. Games today new York at Chicago. Brooklyn at St. Louis. Boston at Pittsburgh. Philadelphia at Cincinnati. Red Birds win second game hold two game margin Over Milwaukee in play off series a two More games left to play. Columbus to Ohio set. 23�? mph the american association Champion Columbus red Birds had travelled the easier half of the Road today to the a Little world taking their second game last new York sept. 23.�? up a eight of the grandest Little fighting men on Earth will dance and fiddle for the Czar and his court under the dazzling arc lights of the Polo grounds tonight. play fiddles with lefts rights and uppercuts on promoter Mike Jacobs a carnival of champions and if the press agents Arentt kidding a crowd of 40,000 or upwards will More than $300,-000 to watch four titleholder fight to keep their crowns. This is the All Star lineup All matches 15 rounds to a decision if not satisfaction Marcel Thil France who holds the european but not the worlds middleweight championship is. Fred Apostoli an sex san Francis co Bellhop. I Barney Ross smart King of the welterweight from Chicago is. Caferino Garcia the dangerous lit t in filipino. Lou ambers lightweight Cham-1 Pion from Herkimer n. Y., is. Pedro Montanez puerto Rico. Sixto Escobar King of the ban la weights is. Baltimore s Harry Jeffra. Loa Nova beats Johnny Erjavec Oakland Calif. Sept. 23�? awl Lou Nova California heavyweight Champion won a 10-round decision Over Johnny Erjavec 187, Duluth Minn., Here last night. Nova weighed 196. Erjavec Wras floored for a nine and four count successively in the first round. In the ninth a hard right to the jaw floored him for another count of nine the Bell saving him from a knockout. Man of War a race manager Dies Zuo Oke to use soph players against Ohio u m _ tramline and macs Shaughnessy playoff series. With four wins required to place in the Little world series against the International league Winner the scene shifts Friday to Milwaukee where the Brewers have a decided Edge on the red Birds on the basis of the seasons record against each other. Wily Illinois coach determined to find out ability a Iowa leaves for Washington. Portland ore., sept. 23�? apr a pair of flying tackles and a body i Toronto sept. 23�? Avabe or slam gave Bronko Nagurski 235, of pen 83, the Man who manged the Minneapolis a 22-minute, one fall famous match race Between Man of Victory Over Sandor Szabo 225, War and sir Barton at Kenilworth hungarian wrestler Here last night i in 1920, died today. Chicago bears drub collegians 48-18 Veteran St. Olaf guard injured Northfield Minn., sept. 23�? a5 a Hopes for a successful Gridiron season at St Olaf College were dealt a severe blow today with announcement of loss for the season of Aurele Torgerson senior guard from Duluth. Togerson suffered a leg injury in fourth periods. Duluth Minn., sept. 23�? apr displaying Superior class in every department of play the Chicago bears of the National professional football league crushed an Agge-49 to 18 score Here last night. The bears pushed Over three touchdowns in the first period an gation of College All stars under a other pair in the second Quarter and one each in the third and scrimmage last tuesday which will i event him from playing this season the youth in the opinion of coach Ade Christenson was the most outstanding defensive guard on the team and a this loss will be acutely Felt Multi motored air planes were use before the world War. In since the War to end wars there have been seventeen de Facto wars. Paced by Maurice Gorham former Brilliant Duluth state teachers College All around athlete the stars tallied in the third and fourth periods. Gorham sped around his right end for 30 Yards and the stars first touchdown then romped 55 Yards for another goal line Jaunt Early in the fourth period and then heaved two Long passes to a a Kate Alfonse formerly of River Falls state teachers College which culminated in the stars final touchdown. By William weeke8 Chicago sept. 23.�?gpl�?Bob Zuppke apparently is determined to learn in a hurry whether this years crop of sophomores is going to contribute anything useful to his 5th University of Illinois football team. Since the Start of the pre season training period the wily coach artist has been working on the two team system concentrating on various combinations of 22 men. After yesterdays Long Drill Zuppke indicated he might Start six first j year men against Ohio University saturday in the opening Battle of the season. Drilled on defense defensive work kept the Minnesota Purdue and Indiana squads All of which meet formal Competition for the first time saturday Busy in yesterdays practices. The Golden gophers drilled against running plays and pass formations in preparing for North Dakota state j Michigan displayed powder in shoving Over two touchdowns in 15 plays against a third string eleven and Wisconsin hustled through its a fourth and last scrimmage in Prepa j ration for saturdays inaugural with South Dakota state. Ohio state had a Light session. Irish show improvement notre Dames veterans charged by Elmer Layden with not bearing Down showed improvement yester Day but will have another scrimmage today. Iowa the other big ten team engaging in major intersection Al business for its opening game left last night for Seattle wash., to meet Washington a huskies. Meet 42nd time Minneapolis Spet. 23�?wp a for the 42nd time macalester and Ham line tangle on the Gridiron tonight in a colourful Duel at the St. Thomas College Field in St. Paul. The contest is the opening Gridiron game of the Minnesota College conference. Tires John Berglund garage Clarence Turnbull mgr. Tire dept. Vulcanizing re tread ing repairing f Mellow Barney makes Mellow Beer ?.�.%�we Home the Bacon for south.,. Methodist University Fleet footed Dan Patterson reaches for the the Nirh co pm a Zjr but a Mustangs run through practice in deltas for one of the toughest schedules in the schools history. The a Aerial circus would Uke another shot it the Rose bowl where they played two years age. Duluth Dukes win in Northern Loop Fargo n. D., sept. 23.�? apr the Duluth Dukes today held the Shaughnessy playoff title by virtue of their 8-5 Victory Over the Fargo Moorhead twins in the sixth game of the seven game Northern league race yesterday. The twins outhit the Dukes 12 to 9, but those safeties offset the timeliness of the Dukes biggies nor the five displays charged against the twins. From Northwest farms this year Over 1,000,000 bushels of finest malting Barley will he shipped to Hamm s. Hamm a vow Dwyte i Theo. Hamm brewing co. Mass so Telephone 3102

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