19471111 Tipton Tribune (Tipton, Indiana) Tuesday, November 11, 1947 p4 CLIP

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19471111 Tipton Tribune (Tipton, Indiana) Tuesday, November 11, 1947 p4 CLIP - Majors Draff 26 Minors Cincinnati, Nov. 11 —...
Majors Draff 26 Minors Cincinnati, Nov. 11 — (INS) — Twenty-six minor league baseball palyers looked forward today to their chance to make good in the big time. " The players were hand-picked hand-picked by the major league bargaining bargaining hunting Moguls yesterday at Baseball Commissioner A. B. (Happy) Chandler's office in Cincinnati. . Only the New York Yankees, Brooklyn Dodgers and Detroit Tigers of the 16 major league clubs passed up the $10,000-and- down grab bag. Tiie Chicago White Sox put the finger on four players io lead the other 12 teams as the clubs planked down S245.000 to get the talent they hoped would bring them a pennant in 1943. The Philadelphia Phillies, thr Washington Senators and tho .Pittsburgh Pirates claimed three minor leaguers each. Top-drawer material included Al Gerhauser, Montreal pitcn- cr and former major leaguer, who was grabbed by the lowly St. Louis Browns, and outfielder Max West, who was picked up by the Pirates from San Diego. West, a former Boston Bravo, was voted most valuable Pacific Pacific Coast League player in 1946: Other selections: Philadelphia Phillies — Pitcher Pitcher Walter Dubiel, Seattle; Pitcher Pitcher John Blatnick. Baltimore; and Infialder* Herbert Wilson, Rochester. Washington — Charles Defani. Newark first baseman; pitcher Forrest Thompson, Atlanta: and J. Lynn Okri, Nashville pitcher, Pittsburgh — Forrest Main, Kansas City pitcher, and James Kleckley, Birmingham pitcher. Chicago White Sox—Outfielder Sox—Outfielder Ray Fletcher, Milwaukee; Pitcher Alex Danelishen, Okla- ,horna City; Pitcher Roman (Brunswick, Houston; and Pilch- jer James Goodwin, Jersey City I Boston Braves—Clinton Con- jatser, Buffalo outfielder, and Edwin Edwin Post, Syracuse pitcher. St. Louis Cardinals—Outfielder Cardinals—Outfielder Lawrence Miggins, Minneapolis. Minneapolis. ' . Chicago Cubs—Lloyd Lowe, Columbus (Ga.) shortstop. j Philadelphia Athletics—Don i White, San Francisco, and William William Demars, Mobile. Cincinnati—Catcher Farrell ; Anderson, St. Paul. . j Cleveland—Shortstop Leon- 'ard Ratto, Portalnd, and Pitcfier I William Kennedy, Louisville. i New York Giants—Pitcher Jack Hallett, Indianapolis. j Boston Red Sox—Third base| base| man John Ostrowski, Los Angel- j.es, and Catcher Boris Martin, Toledo. Dukedom Rumored, Residence Selected For Royal Couple London, Nov. 11.—(INS)— Buckingham Palace announced today that Clarence House, one !of London's most luxuriously j furnished mansions, will be the ! future home of Princess Eliza- I beth and her fiance, Lielit. Philip Mountbatten, following TELLS OF AM1SH BOYCOTT 'Marines Mark 172 Birthday I Washington, Nov. 10—(INS) i —The traditional spit and pol- jish. of the U. S. Marine Corps shown just a little brighter today today as the corps celebrated its 172d birthday with open house at posts and stations throughout the world. Biggest party of the day is that held by the second Marine division at Camp LoJeunc, N. C.. where the guest of honor is commandant Gen. A. A. Vandergrift. Vandergrift. The Marines face their 173rd year with the same high traditions traditions that have carried them through countless campaigns, but they prepare at the same lime for a type of war thai may be new to them- j. Because of the threat of atomic atomic bombing, Marine tactics no I their Nov. 20 wedding. The announcement gave «ffi- cial confirmation to ~an Inter-national Inter-national News Service report of two days ago that the four-story mansion adjoining St. James' Palace had been designated the royal newlyweds' London residence. residence. However, it was understood j that it would be at least a year before the newlyweds can move into the mansion which was badly damaged during the .war. King George VI, together with Queen Elizabeth and the j royal lovers, recently inspected' the house with ministry of works ' experts who now are drafting plans for redecorating and making necessary installa- j \ tions. i j The house was built for the I Duke of Clarence—later King | William IV—in 1825. I . In 1874, it became, the bridal | home of the Duke of Edinburgh, Queen -Victoria's son, when he brought his Russian wife, Marie Alexandrovna, to London. Incidentally, there have been persistent rumors in the British British capital of late that King George VI will raise Mount- batten to a duke on the eve of the wedding. The dukedom mentioned most often is that of j Edinburgh. King George VI has relaxed an old anglican ecclesiastical law to make it possible for the Catholic church in England to extend its congratulations on j Princess Elizabeth's forthcoming IN WOOSTER, O., COURT, Minister Isaac Miller (center) and Amlsh. Deacon Emanual Wengred (left) listen to their fellow-defendant, fellow-defendant, John J. Nisley (right) explain to the Jury the alleged boycott instigated by the Amlsh Mennonite church against Andrew J. Toder. Suing for $*0,000 damages, If Oder charges ;he wa> boycotted, because he purchased an automobile to transport his Inyalid 'daughter to. the doctor for medical .treatments. .''••'• • • 'ftaterristlonal) • BILBO'S SUCCESSOR EYES SENATE Usually Fatal Chest Operation Successful on Boy Salt Lake City, Nov. 11— (INS)—Two Salt Lake City surgeons today were credited with successfully performing a chest operation that has been fatal in 100 per cent of all former former known cases: 1 The operation, it was reveal- led, was performed July 31 on i Jimmy McCammoru 5. of I Georgetown, Idaho, several jdays after he had tripped and fallen on the open blade of a pocket knife'. The blade passed over the lett collarbone, 'into the neck and through the chest, severing the thoracic duct, the largest passage passage of the lymphatic channels: substance, chyle, into the veins of the neck. The operation was performed after Jimmy complained of a sharp pain in his left chest and his chest cavity was found so full of fluid that the left lung had -crowded the heart to the right side. The family doctor, who drained drained the fluid several times for temporary relief, said the thoracic thoracic duct, which follows the spine, was sending chyle into the cavity instead of into the blood veins. Although- doctors said that only 60 cases of this kind were known, and all had proved fatal, fatal, the family agreed to a special special operation July.31,/ "Surgeons located tlVc thin membrane wall of the duct and tied it above and below the cut, in Hope that smaller, lymph channels would take over the work of pouring chyle into the blood. Jimmy went home Aug. 8, and a recant examination proved that the boy has recovered. recovered. •THE TIPTON (IND.) TRIBUNE, TUESDAY, NOV. 11, 1*47. Football Briefs Madison, Wis., Nov. 11.— (INS)—Wisconsin started today to turn on the heat in its practice practice sessions for the crucial Michigan football game Saturday. Saturday. The Badgers worked strenuously to perfect their offensive offensive and defensive formations in their attempt to bring the Big Nine title to Madison and win themselves a trip to the Rose Bowl. Ann Arbor, Mich., Nov. 11.— (INS) — Fritz Crisler's Michigan Michigan powerhouse—unbeaten and untied—got down to serious business today in preparation for its maor Big Nine conference hurdle, Wisconsin. The Wolverines Wolverines expected to' be at full strength for Saturday's contest, which probably will settle the question of who is going to the Rose Bowl. fense today to outwit Ohio States 5-4-2 defensive lineup. The Illini, who coasted to victory victory over Western Michigan last week-end, appeared . unwbrricd over their chances for victoiy over the Buckeyes. Columbus, O., Nov. 11.— (INS) — Wes Feslers almost unproductive unproductive Ohio State eleven sought today the answer to "how to win a ball game without without going into overtime. The Buckeyes realized they could not always be allowed five more plays to bring victory, as in the Northwestern game. Instead, they decided they must do much better than they have all season if they intended to defeat Illinois Illinois Saturday. Lafayette, Ind., Nov. 11.— (INS)—Purdue's Boilermakers, rudely'jarred by Minnesota, settled settled down today in earnest to prepare for next Saturday's game with Pittsburgh. Stu Hoi- comb's squad worked hard to forget the bruising battle with the Gophers and pick up the loose ends caused by last Saturday's Saturday's 26-to-21 defeat. Minneapolis, Nov. 11.—(INS) —Minnesota shuddered today at the" high price of its victory over Purdue as it looked forward to meeting the Iowa eleven Saturday. Saturday. Bernie Bierman's Gophers hoped Bill. Bye, Bud Hausken, Bill Thiele and Bill Elliott, who were injured in- last week's bruising battle, would be in shape to meet the Hawkeyes. Iowa City, la., Nov. 11.- — (INS) — The Iowa Hawkeyes launched intensive drills today in hopes of -upsetting a vastly- improved Minnesota eleven Saturday. Evanston, 111., Nov. 11.—(INST —Coach Bob Voigts drilled, his Northwestern football team' hard today in an effort to oVer- come its disappointment over- losing to Ohio State in overtime- play. The Wildcats were look-I ing forward to salvaging at least! a moral victory over an all- powerfjjl .Notre Dame team in this week's contest. South Bend, Ind., Nov. 11.— (INS)—Undefeated and untied. Notre -Dame drilled today against Northwestern plays and tried hard to combat over-optimism over-optimism inWeparation for the contest contest wit)? the Wildcats. Bloomington, Ind.. Nov. 11.— (INS) — The Indiana football team today faced the loss for the I remainder of the season of its potential All-America halfback, George Taliaferro. Coach Bo McMillin revealed that the Ne- j gro star was badly hurt in last i Saturday's Michigan game as (the Hoosiers prepared for their^ ! battle this week with Marquctte.' SMART

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