Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of this page. Add to Cart

Albert Lea Evening Tribune Farm Tab Newspaper Archives Sep 27 1947, Page 19

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Albert Lea Evening Tribune Farm Tab (Newspaper) - September 27, 1947, Albert Lea, Minnesota Saturday. September 27. 1947the evening Tribune. Albert Lea. Minn. Page nine Mankato romps to 19-0 Victory Over Albert Lea Blue Earth nips St. James 27 to sport scraps by w. Russell Voigt Mankato a punching through a Oak spots to the Albert Lea de tense in the second half the Mankato Scarlet role up a 19 to 0 Victory Over the tigers in a big nine football game Here Friday night Mankato had the Clear advantage in the offence in the last two j quarters after being held to a 6 to 0 margin in the fir get half and Blue Earth special a Dis being stopped virtually cold from playing a smooth working offensive an offensive Point of View most of netted a touchdown each Quartic time. _ or Blue Earth maroons whip Albert Lea. In defeat played its Ped of James High Here last night be it game of the season from a de 2 to 7 in a South Central Confer ence game. In addition to showing scoring Power the maroons put up a stiff defensive game holding St James to a Lone touchdown and one first Down. Blue Earth scored Early in the game when Maland. Fullback for 7 standings pensive Angle but were weak offensively one offensive threat the tigers made their Only real offensive threat of any duration at the opening of the second half. Captain Mangika. Taking the Kickoff on his own to. Ran it to the 49 and from Here the tigers pick. up two first Downs in a Row to Tho maroons scored from the one i american association final playoff result Friday Milf Mkipp 5, Louisville 4 Milwaukee win playoff 4-3. When Albert Lea and Chaska meet tomorrow for the mythical state championship at Tanley Field in Mankato the packers will be the visiting team. During the recent tournament in every toss for position manager Dolan was Able to get the a Home team rating. In the toss for the coming game manager Dolan s Irish Luck a Iran out and the packers will have to Bat first. However. Dolan did get one Concession. The Winner will get 60 per cent. Five for Tiger High players Are malting the Grade on College elevens. They Are Joe Donnelly at macalester Alton Schultz Henry Johnson and Bob Lawson at North Dakota state and Herm Halverson at St. Of of. Chalky Reed sex Tiger and Fairmont High coach is assistant coach of the Bison and head basketball Mentor. National league a i a it t. Brooklyn. 5x .61s St. Louis. Xxx 64>79 Baston. N4 to Ash j new York. So 71 a Lim Fuji unum. 73 so. 4 it. I us Ira so. Is 81 .417 j Pittsburgh 61 02 us Philadelphia. 60 of .3 it it put the Ball on the 21 where it was lost on a fourth Down incomplete Pas. Mankato took Over but lost the Ball on a Fumble and Albert Lea recovered on the 41. A Long pass was intercepted by Aune fullback for the Scarlet on his own to and he ran it to the Tiger half Yard line and the kick by we Hosner was Good giving Blue Earth a 7 to 0 Lead. Passes set up touchdown two passes one for is and the other for 13 Yards from Garske to Weise set up the next touchdown with Maland again going Over. Result Friday Poston 2, new Turk 0. Sit. Louie 5, Chiluk 3. Only game scheduled. Game saturday Brookin at i Breton. New Turk at Philadelphia. St i Only at Chicago Only kalium cd ruled. American league 45 from there Mankato drove the the kick was blocked and the count Ball Down the Field for its second became 13 to 0 and remained that n touchdown Hoffman scoring. The try for Point faded. The third Mankato touchdown came Early in the final Quarter. The Tiger faded to make Downs and kicked with Aune putting the Ball this on his own 45. From there Aune Good and Hoffman ran the ends and broke through the line to the two from where Aune went Over. The try for Point was Good and the a Core became 19 to 0. Neither Side made any Progress after that with penalties marring the play. Tam Steele was bit by a Way for the rest of the half. Hartske scored the third touchdown in the third Quarter after Blue Earth had recovered a St. James Fumble on the 10-Yard line time we Hesner a kick was both teams score both teams scored in the final Quarter St. James scoring on a pass Peterson to Island and gained the extra Point on another pass Peterson to Johnson. The maroons picked up a St James Fumble on the latter nine a i pet. So s3 �,9 ,5 6 s2 70 so so 72 .12 77 75 a 6n is .430 is �9 .414 to 9s ssi a it we York mme a i a a Iron. Ponton. I to Velnel. Philadelphia. A Wilc Togo. Washington. It. Lout. Re ult Friday to Tomlin 3. New \ Ork 2 Detroit 5, a lev i and 2. Philadelphia la i w Islington Only Gnu a scheduled game saturday Philadelphia at new York. I Xai Uiti at Vav Toshii Klou. Detroit at Cleveland i ii leu go at St. Lolita two game Austin is still in a fog on the site of a new baseball Park. The matter was brought up at a recent its Council meeting hut nothing definite decided. Markason Park is still the most popular site while another group has selected Evergreen farm. The Banfield site is a Good spot but too costly. Still another group favors Todd Park. In order to Purchase a new site for a baseball Park a vote will have to be taken among tin citizens. One vital Point was brought out that a baseball Park other than the fair grounds is necessary for next year. Albert i Ca too is looking for a new site. One place suggested is the fair grounds. The first explanation looks o. K. But their is another Angle. It will he a Job Cess Ful the Lone first Down for St James came in the second Quarter on a Long pass. The starting lineups. Blue Earth Post Jam Vertae Jok Iurii it jail via . It eve pro in la. Hindi Ivo lunar. Llama w. Prim he. New item it. Of in Hummel he. Finland ii r i in Oji. A it Ference championship of ii in or la pm Iii. I Diete Seemer he. Peterson Ellendale plays at he Maland ii. S. Ora by Quarter Pine liar the .7 i Lama 0 Holm 27 7 Mankato Ball Carrier. Lem shoved Yard line and in three plays Colby him away and the tigers were pen went Over. The extra Point was sue Ali Zed 15 Yards for roughing but the bite brought nothing. Albert Lea had the Ball on the Mankato la Yard line when the game ended. Tiger Check Scarlet showing their Best defense strength of the season the tigers halted the vaunted Mankato running and passing game the first half that ended 6 to 0 in favor of the Scarlet. Albert Lea was fooled on a lateral pass play Early in the first half after the Ball Carrier had broken through into the secondary. He dotted the Ball to Austin on the is Yard line and he romped unmolested Over for a touchdown. While the remainder of the Quarter was played in Albert Lea territory Mankato could get no place. The tigers flashed a bit of offensive form rolling up two first Downs in a Row before a Fumble that was recovered by Mankato Cut Short the Effort. Checked the Scarlet had to kick and the Ball went Over the goal line. Brought out to the tigers 20 a two Yard gain was made when the Quarter closed. Mankato opened a Short offensive drive that took the Ball to the Albert Lea 15 where Aune fumbled and Albert Lea recovered Haikin make Long run on the Aret play Bob Haskins left half thrilled the crowd by breaking through the entire defense and aided by some Good blocking ran All the Way to the 15 Yard line before he was brought Down from behind Alden drubs Ellendale High eleven 20 to 0 Ellendale the Alden Blackhawk roared Back Strong in the second half Here Friday night to spoil Ellendale Homecoming by grabbing a 20 to 0 Victory. The winners held a 7 to 0 Lead at Field in shape unless a big wire Fence is constructed around the playing Field. Imagine what the 8-4 infield and Outfield would be after big trucks and hundreds of cars i get through driving on it after fair Days. There is of course plenty of parking space available High hues showers and rest room facile. Ties. The Faribault baseball club is meeting tonight to get ready for next season. The baseball club will be incorporated in an organization known As the Faribault sports Enterprise. Gophers to open season with huskies Minneapolis a a followers of Minnesota football were offered at least a glimpse of what the future holds for the gophers today with Ralph a a pest Welches Washington huskies furnishing the test in the opening tilt of the season. Both Welch and Minnesota a coach Bernie Bierman were gloomy in their pre game predictions. Welch claimed injuries had Cut Down his available manpower particularly in the line. Bierman admitted a Good potential line hut devoted the past week to Shah ing up the squad to overcome i what he called a serious Lack of desire to play football. The game marked the fifth time the two teams have met on the Gridiron with the gophers taking the decision in Alt four games. And after each Victory Minnesota swept on to a title. The series started in 1936. With the gophers winning 14 to 7, and then Topping the associated press poll for National honors. In 1938, the gophers took a 15-0 decision and eventually won the Western conference title. After sneaking out a 19 to 14 decision in 1940, Minnesota again headed the associated press National poll and repeated that feat in 1940. It was the 1940 squad that was considered one of Bierman s Best in his years at Minnesota and it was Bard pressed to take a 14 to 6 decision. Chaska will be worthy foe although the Albert Lea packers Are the favourites the Chaska club that faces them tomorrow at Tanley Field in Mankato will Beno setup. The Winner will be the mythical state Champion of Minnesota. Chaska proved it was the class of the teams in class a just As Albert Lea demonstrated its class a Power and nothing can be taken for granted in a baseball game. The class a champions had to o Good Pitcher la Gene Cooney and Don Anderson. Cooney will probably get the starting Call and if he does no to no doubt he will come to the Relief of Anderson. Chaska plays a pretty Strong Fielding game and their hitting Isnit too bad. Manager Dolan will Start Gail Mayo on the Mound and will have As his Relief hurlers Buss Schmidthuber and Tony Schneider. Bob Anderson will not be with the packers in the final game. Otherwise the Albert Lea lineup will be the same As in the final game against new Ulm. The game tomorrow according to manager Dolan will end the season for the packers. They have had a Long hard schedule that found the packers playing 43 games not counting the state tournament s four games. The Albert Lea club won 34 of the games and dropped nine. In the state tournament they won All four games giving them a grand total of 49 for the year. A Good crowd a although no record is expected to turn out for the game. Attendance will depend a great Deal upon the weather conditions. The game will get underway at 2 30. The North Central Iowa Rod and gun club inc is sponsoring a trap shoot and Field Day tomorrow near Mason City. The site is a mile North on Highway 65. Cash prizes meat trophies ribbons and 1 College football by the Atolia Ted Presa Tofini Law 32. New Yolk univ 7. Sgt in Ltd a a it to. Gift Kara i i out it Iii Dot tem i. Ctr Sot 23. Oklahoma 24, let a i roil 20, Colorado ayah 23, Drake i j a it item Union is. Hunis fait 8 in i log a Centra is Coe o i cd i it to if 4, i is into it 0. It Bra aka Yvo Laleyan 13. Thu a Aon a. Is a throne 20, in Kath till a 7. I Homo 7. Ivrus Nett a 7 Iii. Miry lit Moti Bra a. Omaha a Wrath Hirn 27. Auu Lana Ltd d i a Manitoba i Niv it Maville m d 0 Jim Tauva Adolphus 13, North Dakota sekits 7, Jane town a s d it 7 Minot no 8. Hal it or la. Miami in i 7, Mina Southern 13, Auburn 13, i la 22. Iowa 7 . State Defeated by Gus ties 13-7 by the associated press the race for Gridiron honors among Minnesota College conference teams swings into High gear today with three conference games scheduled. In a non conference game last night Gustavus Adolphus recorded its 16th straight Victory de footing North Dakota state 13 to s 7 in Fargo. Gustavus scored in the first period after a recovered Fumble and again in the fourth. North Dakota got its touchdown in the second Quarter on a pass play. In other games last night. Superior wis teachers won from the Duluth teachers 19 to 0. Duluth Junior College beat Vlr-1 Kinta Junior College 9 to 0, and Itasca Junior College topped eve Leth Junior College 6 to 0. Two of the conference game will be played tonight when St. John plays Augsburg at Nicollet Park in Minneapolis and St. Thomas travels to St. Marys in Winona a inline plays Host to St. Olaf in an afternoon Battle. Two other conference members play practice games. Macalester meets Carleton in Northfield and Concordia tangles with Moorhead teachers in a night inter City affair. Shattuck ends Wells Steak of wins with 14-0 Victory Faribault the 19 game winning Streak of the Wells High school was brought to an end Here Friday afternoon when Shattuck Defeated the bulldogs 14 to 0. The cadets were the first opponent to Cross the Wells goal line in la games. In the opening period Angus Mac done la ran 63 Yards for the first Shattuck touchdown and in the second Quarter he tossed 16 Yards to Courtland Schmidt for the second tally. Both extra Point were kicked by Bill Miller. The Wells team held the Ball in its Possession most of the second half but lacked the necessary scoring punch. Wells piled up la first Downs to four and had a big Edge in yardage. Last year the two teams played to a scoreless tie. Next week Shattuck plays at Culver. Ind and Wells play at Home against Delavan. Ten Hunters pay fines teams in world series have weak pitching staffs 1947 new St. Paul til a ten Hunter charged with taking or attempting to take ducks Moose and Deer out of season pleaded guilty and paid fines and costs totalling More than $1,600, the state conservation department reported today. In addition three Hunters Chnrg-1 re will. to Uke Deer a certainly no team a Ever artificial Kubu plea led to a a world s,.rl,., a or whose linocut and the cases were referred Mound to the december term of District court. By Joe Reichler new York m the world series Between the York Yankees and Brooklyn dodgers will see the weakest pitching staffs that have Ever carried their i teams to major league Champion both games Are conference tilt. Urcla beat Iowa Hawk eyes 22 to 7 i lab Slat 21, whittle s half time in the game that will groceries will be awarded. Quot Quot in Byo a a a a a a a mean have a bearing on the Gopher con addition there will be bait casting. T5�l��rado Blat ii. New a Tiro a Bench show for All sporting dog j a Quot 13 at Janesville receiver trials land and water next week and Alden plays at Coon dog tr4ala and a kidd4rs pet Home against Blooming Prairie Parade. The activities run from 9 a. In. To 5 30 and the proceeds go toward aiding conservation in North i Central Iowa. Austin again will get the District 2 basketball tournament next March. Albert Lea will never have the Fine classic until something la done about getting a gym with adequate eating facile i tie. A aaa Grid loops open play True min 2, Kaftan slate 6. Follett off a intr a. William a 0. Blue Earth plans Ball team or 1948 Blue Earth formation of a baseball team to enter next season s Competition was agreed upon in a meeting in the legion dub-1 schedules the Southern and Southeastern conferences awing into High gear the Southwest lists an new York to notre and Penn Are East in the roles o innocent bystanders in today College football carnage but virtually All of the others expected to make j their Mark this season Are slated to Sec action a the second saturday of Grid warfare unfolds. Army and Navy inaugurate their Leslie Darlier of Minneapolis was arrested in Albert Lea with a Duck in Possession and was fined $100 and costs. Possession of parts of Moose meat and taking Moose illegally were included in charges against John s. Carlson. Cromwell who pleaded guilty and was fined $200 in District court at Duluth. Dame Charles Winchester and Frank e. Rowney both of Clouet and Elsie Haines and Howard Proffit corps had hurled a total j of Only 46 Complete games As has this year s edition of the dodgers. The Yankees hurling Crew which has accumulated a much More decent total of Complete games�?72, to he sex arts has fared even worse than the Brooks during the past two months which seems the fairest Means of judging their comparative Mound strength. Since july 26, not one of the Yankees big four of Albe Rey holds Frank Shea Hobo new somand Floyd heavens has gone the route More than three times. Shea Inith of Kingsdale were fined $200 1 hashed what he started Only once and costs each in District court at during that time the others did los Angeles Ltd the Urcla Brum enjoyed in generous Mea sure revenge on the big nine conference today. Roundly thrashed in the Rose bowl last new years Day the clans bounced Back last night before some 89.800 patrons and dealt out a devastating 22 to 7 whipping to a Good and highly touted University of Iowa eleven. The score does t match the statistics which found the Bruin in a wild burst of hard blocking and Brilliant running rolling up at this Point 350 Yards on the ground 135 via Mankato put up a stiff defense and air and holding the Hawk eyes to drove the tigers Back. However jf7 yer do running and 88 Yards in they could do nothing offensively 1 against a stubborn Tiger line and Ebert Lea took Over on their own 46 three pass plays failed and a Long one from Dolan to Lea Swenson gave Albert Lea a first Down on the Mankato 15 where the half ended. The air. Fifty fix of the iowan Aerial t yardage came on the most spectacular play of the action filled game a Lumby Emlen Tun be 11, j the Hawks speedy 186 Pound half j Back taking a Short Pas from Frost defeats Granada 20 to 2 Frost special the Frost High school walloped Granada Here Friday in a six Man football game 34 to 2. Frost pills a up a 20 to 0 Lead at half time and the reserves played most of the Gerund half. Scoring touchdowns for Frost were Mehl. Two Mortvedt mid Thun and Thomas one each. Dick Hometh a the standout for the the Firat bas4.nian a old reserves. Chard the shortstop. Other Mem Frost plays Bricelyn Here next hers pitchers Gread lefty my Friday in a Homecoming game. Kinnis Rochester arid Gene gooney Chaska second base Dick a sprite of new Ulm third base i Dank Nicklasson new Ulm Taft i Field Ernie Dudek Olivia Center Field Stan Manderfeld. New Ulm right Field hog Kein Graf Chaska room Widne Day night. Meeting under the temporary chairmanship o f Paul Downing who later a made Iier monent head of the baseball committee legionnaires and other townspeople interested in baseball discussed he Feas ability of forming a imposing array of games and most of the big nine members open up their 1947 bag of tricks an interesting preview of the in teaser tonal picture was provided by the clash of University of Call the single Day senior baseball team under Anteri fond a at lain Angeles i >16 i Ai if in and Iowa of the More bowl Crew in the matter of first Downs in the substitute quarterback Johnny Estell Albert i a a made four to three to i. Cutting across the Field and and the Edge in yardage a a to Char Tig Down the sideline to suit of Haskins Long run and the Lone Iowa laity. Pas completion to Swenson. J gut Roo had Egton kicked the Winnebago beats Sherburn 13 to 6 Winnebago a coming through with a 60-Yard touchdown no by Dave Cross in the third Quarter the Winnebago indians broke a 6 to 8 tie to defeat Sherburn Here Friday night 13 to 6 in a Middle seven conference game. In the Bali carrying department Hoffman and Aune did the bulk of the work for the Scarlet with Haskins and Mangskau showing up j the Best for Albert taa Arnold a halfback and Arnold a left half were the defensive players for Mankato. The starting lineups Mankato of w inlay Van Lanton Ivi Rawi my Crawford. Bor noon Arn Iron Austin. Of la Rte extra Point. The Hawk led. 7 to 0 a a at the half and that was As far Belmond defeats Northwood 25-0 two Bowling loops for Blue Earth Blue Earth with the Cornin Erial league Bowling at Ankeny and the american league on the i Lucite alleys Blue Earth compte Ted its first week of Keeling sea son. More than 200 bowlers Are represented in the association Accord Al. Lea 40 to. Mold. Of Daw. It. Butty. Bijj or turf. Brr a barter Ike. St 1#�kt. I Ailt a by of Baile. Que. Lii Mikrut la \ tent a. Khz. sore by quart re i it Ira. 0 stank. Sub tut a i Arri i f a. Idu a ii i j h if Tilton St kurd Eon k no Don Ltd cd in Henry Thorn. Moll sue Psi Plaht it Ortii a latin. Par a a. A ii Mankato a a Ibert i Maura t cd >1 i ,rrejae4 two Alfr i tet i. Ltd Fri Lal v Niters in i rap n to Ian boy certs. Hum. Auh 0 ii 0 0 la a 0 c 7�?1 i oms i Jian re to fwd Mhz foil. I Melr Pov. Ii Kano Arnold him a John in i i i Druwit of i a a <1 i a a i kit re Tom Hytmo 3 in a a a John had As they got. Costly fumbles played havoc with Urcla in the first half but the Northwood a the Northwood Bruins could do no wrong in the High school dropped a 25 to 0 last two quarters and stored a1 game to Belmond Bere Friday most every time they got their night in an North Iowa conference my to de. Clemen son. President of hand on the Ball. Us a organisation four h ague i a a make up the association at pre sent and a fifth is under formation. Leagues in the association number of teams in each dates of Competition and alleys to be used Are As follows commercial league teams thursdays at Ane Kenya a recreation thursdays at Lutkes recreation. County league 8 teams tuesday at Lutkes recreation. City league -8 teams monday at Lutkes recreation Hie new league will con-. of Austin and Northfield win second big nine Loop games Austin joined Northfield and red Wing at the top of the big nine Lafaj Eca defeats conference football race by defeat my Rochester 20 to 7 at Rochester Peter to to 0 on Friday night for their seem. I Waseca a Waseca romped to Loop Victory. An Jug o Victory Over St. Peter i red Wing Idle from Eon Ferem e Ftfe unday night in a South gunplay had a close rail and won a Ronde genre game some discussion during which school superintendent i it. Remerton Waller n. Enger and oth Era expressed Points of View favourable to the formation of a team it a decided that condition warranted making the step. Paul Laining suggested the Neid for a manager for the team and John w. Haase was elected with Bill Hauer Aud Carl Schirn Mel As assistant managers. Other officers Are Erwin Toeder m Ere Ary and Macrae will inert trea surer. The baseball committee will in increased by Thiee More no in hers who will tie chosen by the directors. Suit Aud equipment will tie provided merchant in town have off err to provide 15 suds and Cash donations will be seemed to cont Pletchy outfit the club and Start it out on it season. Blooming Prairie beat new Richland Blooming Prairie scoring in the first and last quarters the Blooming Prairie High school football team Defeated new Richland Here Friday night 12 to 0 this was the first Gopher conf Eren it e test of the year for the de fending champions the blossoms play at Alden next Friday night the full attendance for the week of play in the state tournament at Mankato a 28.230. This is 4.726 Over the record set a year ago at Owatonna w Hen 23 504 fans watched the teams play record was also shattered with can legion sponsorship to compete coast champions and Iowa 7.715 paying to see the finals last in the Maple Valley league. After big nine before a crowd of sunday. At Owatonna the top 1 a a a -1 Luin 70 i0� lev crowd was 5,704. Another Good crowd is expected tomorrow when Albert lat a plays Chaska for the mythical state championship. The Mankato free press selected ail a fall Star Quot tournament team with three Albert i a players making the team. John Menke was selected a the Catcher Herb Terhaar Don Blan Pine City on charges of shining Deer. I Quot rank ainu Rich and Lairence c. Larson both of Duluth and Edwin Norton of Wright were charged with Hunting Deer in a closed season and each fined $100. John Evanish of Ely Wax arrested on a charge of attempting to do Ltd i out of sea4>n and Wax fined $75 with $25 suspended after he pleaded guilty in Ely Muni it three times in All Yankee pitch irs have gone the route Only 14 games in the club s last 57 games. The Brooks hurlers since july 27, have started the same number of games and have gone the route in 17 the big four of Ralph bran Ca vie Lombardi. Joe Hatton and Hal Gregg have pitched 15 Complete games in 43 tries. That Doe a t indicate that the dodgers pitching staff is any world beater but at least it compares favor i i Azov a. La lion Ivl it it 172 Jai i pm. A of cd i y a a it a i Jam a to 177. I. A pc Fluty k ill . Him of aaa die i Airt k. Than 70,000 the prevailed. 22 7. Another Friday night dish was the Kansas Denver muting before a too the Jayhawk Defeated the pioneers 9-0 one of last nights biggest sur prick. Among the intersection Al contexts Wax the 18 7 setback Bay to University handed the highly a bored University of Miami. A Fla it team at Boston the Boston College were sparked to a 31 22 victors Over tin Clemson Tiger by Jot lit Niblick a speedy Backfield replacement by Toto a crowd of 30 Mai the Oklahoma sooner edged the i Iii varsity of Detroit 24 20 be fore 24,375 fan at Detroit Dave Walbon cos boning of three extra Mont and a 13-Yard Field goal pro Riding the a it Eneix with their mar Gin of Victory. I a a a Cleveland Brown drub rockets 41-21 Chi \ of up the Cleveland Iii owns remained the a my unde treated team in the All America football c a a Creole today and the i Chicago Bot Beta still were without their first Victory Over the Browns dubbed the rocket last night it Soldier Field 41 to 21 Hie Browns hold indisposed leadership of the Western division with four victories without a to while the rockets Are in the cellar with five straight setbacks Opal court three Duluth resident Charles Aby the hat the Yankee. Hanger Leo f clap and Forest Bicker is Aff former game Warden pleaded innocent to a charge of attempting to take Deer with Art finial lights and the cases were bound Over to District trial. Court for Charley Riley win by knockout is. Paci Yil a Charles Riley of St. Tattle stepped a rung closer to the featherweight Crown when he knocked out vie Creel Man. Minneapolis in the second Quot of their scheduled ten round boxing bout Here last night. Riley weighed 128 and Creiman 129� other results Norman Mastrian 132 4, Minneapolis Den sinned Hen in Huerta 138, Chicago in six Dirk rights uhf St Paul knocked out vein Pettis. 1.374, Minneapolis in thud of four la on i Hump min m9 4. Chicago dec i axiom d Buzz Brown 153, St Paul j in six and Del Flanagan. Lis scored a technical knockout Over Fred Mae 131, Denver in fifth found of a scheduled six. Janesville beats Freeborn 23 to 0 Janesville the Janesville High school a rudders grabbed a 23 i it 0 Victory Over Freeborn Here i riday afternoon in a Ripper conference game Hus was the third win in a Row for Janesville. Get your Bowling equipment now we have a Complete Slock of Bowling bags balls shoes and shirts Albert Lea Bowling Center Roca Shank mgr. Phone 315 218 so. Washington a i a i mud became British by settlement in 1612. It m Down re. ,. Fur an hard game from Lake City High. 25 to 20. Owatonna showed surprising ability in whipping 20 to 0, Northfield eked out a 7 to 0 Victory Over Winona on a 79-Yard run by Dick Scott after intercepting a a Hawk pass. Scott s r Ltd came with Only 45 seconds left in the find half he also bucked Over tor the extra Point next week Albert tax plays Rochester in a Tiger Homecoming game and red Wing and Austin will meet in the feature game of la conference Northfield play at on atonal while Mankato travel to Faribault. Winona is the Odd team role plays in Crusse Centi a1 of Tours Day night it wikis you face either six or eight teams or Clemen son said and will bowl at Ankeny wednesdays. Suggs and Kirby in Golf finals Detroit it the red Lay Hills of Georgia already the proud posse it or of do share of golfing Laurel had snot tier National championship neatly wrapped up today Leady for special delivery. La Ruping Louise Sugg Petite golfing a from in Thea Springs and slender set iou faced Dorothy Kirby from Atlanta had a 36 Hole argument to Settle for the Honor of taking Home the trophy emblematic of the 47th women s National Amateur championship auction Sale Albert Lea auction co. Tuesday afternoon sept. 30 1 30 Sharp the Market a been very Good and we have had a lot of cattle and Wilt have a Good run of Alt livestock or i tale. Consisting of spin qty to hand he in Stocker steer and he Den Butcher cows built and veal calves. Will he a several o those Good and shorthorn steers and heifers weight rom 200 to 500 lbs. Several feeding pigs Brood so and boars about 20 Vork and killer horses. Of you Are in of no for livestock be sure and attend this Sale of of Are Short of Cash now i can arrange a loan to responsible parties. See me before you buy. This is the first afternoon Sale so done to forget the time i 30 Sharp Harold Ames auctioneer and owner Ste me before Selling your livestock. Residence phone 5365 Sale Ham phone 3179 see me before booking your Sali auction Semi modern House and lot 907 Cedar ave. Sept. 30 a 4 00 pm. 6 rooms 3 bedrooms Small basement hot water Heater water softener new garage attacked to Bouse. Lot 73x132 Bas raspberries strawberries plums Apple and Garden space. Furniture living room set Kitchen set Chest of drawer dressing table 2 High chairs 2 baby cribs. Other articles too numerous to mention. Possession on or before oct is terms $500 00 Down abstract delivered. Balance to be paid when deed end Saleable May be inspected Day of sate. C. J. Olson owner j. N. Brown. Auctioneer Albert Lea Minn. First National Bank Albert Lee clerk

Search all Albert Lea, Minnesota newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for September 27, 1947

Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of the page above.