Malcolm RushBegan playing in his yough in Salem, Ohio as a pitcher and, after four years of training at the hot spot at third base at Bethany College, moved to Akron to work and play with Goodyear in 1931. For the next ten years, except for a brief trial with the Cardinals Little Rock Travelers team, Mal held onto that third base spot with Goodyear. His solid defensive play and clutch hitting helped make the Wings a contender all ten years he played in the Industrial League.