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Round 4, 1939         Carlton defeated Footscray by 58 points at Western Oval.

Round 4, 1939

Carlton 5.7 37 5.7 37 8.10 58 14.16 100
Footscray 1.1 7 4.6 30 4.7 31 5.12 42
Venue: Western Oval
Date: Saturday 13 May 1939
Result: Win by 58 points
Crowd: 23,000
Goalkickers: M.Price 4.0, K.Baxter 3.1, C.Mann 2.0, R.McLean 1.4, J.Wrout 1.1,P.Schmidt 1.1, A.Sanger 1.0, R.Savage 1.0, McInnes 0.4, Skinner 0.3, rushed 0.2
Reports:
Umpire: Morgan
Injuries: R.Savage (bruised shoulder) replaced by A.Sanger during second quarter. R.McLean (bruised shoulder)
Best:

Game Review

The Blues would be too strong for the Doggies, ending up with close enough to a 10-goal victory, and strengthening our position in the top four.

The Blues were slow to start with the wind. However three kicks resulted in goals to Ken Baxter, Mick Price and Ron Savage.
Debutant Cyril Mann was a prominent during the first term and for the remainder of the match.



At the end of this round Carlton were in 2nd spot on the ladder with a percentage of 135.4.

Team


B: 2 Don McIntyre 21 Frank Gill 26 Jim Park
HB: 6 Bob Chitty 10 Jim Francis (vc) 1 Frank Anderson
C: 7 Jack Carney 23 Paul Schmidt 32 Bob Green
HF: 8 Jack Skinner 28 Jack Wrout 25 Cyril Mann
F: 14 Rod McLean 4 Ken Baxter 31 Charlie McInnes
Ruck: 5 Brighton Diggins (cc) 24 Ron Savage 30 Mick Price
19th Man: 18 Arthur Sanger
Coach: Brighton Diggins


Image
Right; Possibly Charlie McInnes. Image: Trove; Argus May 15


Milestones

150 VFL Games: Jim Francis
Debut: Cyril Mann
Interesting Fact: Arthur Sanger kicked the only goal of his 117-game career for Carlton in this game.


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