|Date:||Saturday 5 August 1939|
|Result:||Win by 88 points|
|Goalkickers:||P.Schmidt 9.4*, K.Baxter 8.3, M.Crisp 4.1*, H.Hollingshead 1.0, J.Wrout 1.1, B.Green 1.1, J. Hale 0.1, R.Cooper 0.1, B.Diggins 0.1, rushed 0.2|
|Best:||P.Schmidt, K.Baxter, M.Crisp, F.Gill, J.Francis, J.Park, J.Carney, K.Rae, R. Cooper, F.Anderson, H.Hollingshead, J.Wrout.|
Game ReviewKen Baxter, Paul Schmidt and 'Mickey' Crisp kicked 21 goals between them as the Blues smashed the Bulldogs at Princes Park. The win boosted Carlton's already-healthy percentage, but still couldn't prise open the door to the top four.
At the end of this round Carlton were in 5th spot on the ladder with a percentage of 120.7.
Footnote.* The original Blueseum match review said Schmidt and Baxter both kicked 8 goals with Crisp kicking 5.
The Age and The Argus report said Schmidt 9, Baxter 8, Crisp 4
|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||29 Keith Rae||32 Bob Green|
|HF:||19 Ron Cooper||28 Jack Wrout||12 Creswell 'Mickey' Crisp|
|F:||17 Harry Hollingshead||4 Ken Baxter||23 Paul Schmidt|
|Ruck:||5 Brighton Diggins (cc)||14 Rod McLean||11 Jack Hale|
|19th Man:||8 Jack Skinner|
Milestones100 Games: Jack Hale
100 Carlton Games: Jim Francis*
Debut: Keith Rae
.* According to the Sporting Globe August 05 (p6), Jim Francis has only missed one game in his six seasons with Carlton.
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