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The walls were brown; not the nice, warm hue in decor magazines, just plain, dull brown. I was only in the Cook County Juvenile Temporary Detention Center for a few hours, but I already could feel the draining effects of the drabness that surrounded me.
So, winter of 2014, right? That's all we have to say about Chiberia, snowpocalypse, polar vortex—whatever it was we all just lived through. Patio season is always highly anticipated in Chicago , but this year we may see stampedes to the first rooftops and sidewalks cafes open for business.
Six youngsters from the International League, up with the Blackhawks for tryouts in 1939, face their big chance today at an intrasquad game in Hibbing, Minn. From left are, Bill Carse, center, Philadelphia Ramblers; Phil Hergesheimer, right wing, Cleveland Barons; Des Smith, left defense, New Haven Eagles; Ab Demarco, center, Providence Reds; George Allen, left wing, Philadelphia Ramblers, and Les Cunningham, center, Cleveland Barons. Photo dated October 15, 1939.
These new members of the Chicago Blackhawks hockey squad, seen on November 1, 1937, were ready for action when the Hawks opened their season against the New York Americans at Chicago Stadium in 1937. Left to right: Cully Dahlstrom, Oscar Hansen, and Vic Heyliger. Dahlstrom is from the St. Paul club and Hansen from St. Louis. Heyliger was captain of the University of Michigan hockey in 1936.
Manager Clem Loughlin, from left, goalie Mike Karakas, Ike Klingbell, Bun LaPrairie, Milton 'Curly' Brink, Al Suomi, and Paul 'Butch' Schaefer. The last five named made their major league debut on March 11, 1937 at the Chicago Stadium when the Blackhawks met the Boston Bruins in the last home game of the season. The 1936-37 season was considered a horrible season.
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