The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on November 17, 1936 · Page 5
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

Clinton, Indiana
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Tuesday, November 17, 1936
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4 PMe Five TEe Daily Cllntonlari, Clinton, InHIanl Tuesday, November 17, 1936 AU-American Landslide? pen-put of what they've got "or else.1' "The only thing I can gnnv-untee Is that the Dollars wou't four next, year," !n Buvleigh grimly. "When we visit the Cards, or t'uhi, Azzi Ratem Plan Of Ranking Gives Minnesota Edge ritlCAC'l. Nov. 17.- -There nie no super football tennis acconllin; o the luiesi dope rroni the nl ruteni syjtetu of Judging elevens, hut the l!3ii race for the mythical nutionul chamiilonshlp has been th-; moht hectic in years. Minnesota tops the rankings, according to the azzi ratem system and Louisiana State is second with Northwestern a close third. Fol- Vaaaaaw I or (Hunts. I want to leave them sore ns n hoil over getting lii-ked. W (.un'r win 'cm all. of course, hill n I defeat will he taken ns 11 Joke. I)e-' feats are not laim'l.iiiu- miners'' j ltur!lch is interwteil ehieflv tti I getting strength down the middl" hilh v- plichin. oalching, second ' I'nse and eenterfield and he will try j to dicker for dome new material ! along llios.) lines al the minor i leanue meeting In Montreal next j month. "If you're strong there," ! said Burleigh, "you can easily fill in Ut first, third, left and right, fields." MOVING PICTURE FINISH RrSHELL.VlI.tE, Ark. Nov. 17. TlePanl university's football team held a 2fi to 19 decision over Arkansas Trch today. A touchdown past from Phillips to ApolKkis in the closing minutes of play broke a 11 to 1!) tie and give the Chlcagoans -,'letory. TAYLOR RECEIVES FINE William Tylor of JJihtn and Oak streets, who was arrested Saturday on iuto!c8tion charges, -was tried in city court yesterday before Mayor C. M. Zink. He -was fined $5 and i-osts and sentenced to ISO dayR to the state penal farm. The sentence was suspended. . ' lowing is the rating for the first !ten: Minnesota Louisiana State 78.1 I Northwestern o Marquette ' Washington l olversity 74. C Fordham Alabama 74.5 74.2 Pittsburgh "3.3 Santa Clara 73.1 Texas A. & M "1.2 Duke. Yale. Nebraska, Texas Christian. Washington State, Au burn. Temple. Dartmouth. Holy Cross. Southern California. Purdue. Pennsylvania. Michigan State an-i Notre Dame are rated in that order for the other teams mentioned. Many Species of Maple There are approximately 150 species of the maple, not including numerous varieties of well-known species. LEAGUE BOWLING NATIONAL I.KAO.l K ' rttniiilittgs Teem Won Lost Indianapolis News ... 9 .1 (j. C. Murphy Co. ... 0 3 Dianas ... 7 5 i:,h.ingo Club 7 tt Texuco OllrtK " 7 Cooperative Btorta . . 4 8 T II Tribune 4 8 Clinton fco Co 3 Pet. .Ti.O .75 .583 .58:1 .417 .3:13 .333 2511 Itiillvlilunl Averages Indianapolis News: Coinbs. 150. Norton. 134: Homey. 144: Timmei-man. I5ii; Iticauda. 152. G. C. Murphy Co.: Moore, 157, Tasso. 15ii: Shuniaker. 141; V. Mchelsky. 113: B. White, 160; Roll, 114. Diana Sweet shop: Brainkaa. 16a; Murdock. 1H5: jl'olombo, 172; Ave, ldtir iienetti. lf. Exchange Cluh: Hegarty. 156; Fletcher, lnl: fheek. 149; Stitt, 139; LemsMa. 131. Texaco Oiler Mills. 138; Fra-zier. 129: Kamm. 125; Stone, 110; Oil toy. lis. Cooperative Stores: Bondl, 128; lierrlsford. 12R; Fenoglio, 132: F. Soheliky. llU: I-anzone. 149. T. H. Tribune: Asbury. 124; Leeds. 110: James. McClung, 112: Guerri. 133. Clinton Ice. CO.: W. Beverldge, 12".; Bentty. 125; Shannon. 120; Austin, Ki2; C. Beveridge, 110. High team score Diana's. 994. Tonight's Schedule 7:00 P. M. Tribune vs. News. Murphy vs. Exchange. 9 Mill P. M. Diana vs. Clinton Ice. Cooperative vs. Texaco. EDi?amiEiG SPIRIT OF JOHN mm BEHIND 'BROOKLYN BOSS Burleigh Crimes' Make Typical Start by Promising Action in Dodger Contest Next Season NEW YfWK. Nov. IT- -1. ike Ills IihrcIihII idol, the Into .Mm McIIihw, bristling Burleiali Crimes, the nw l)o(l?pr Pilot, said, today lie would Hade anybody, "incliiilliiR my own crandmoiher," if ' he thonghl it would help hla flub. "However," he oaiitlnm'd, "hat doesn't mean I'm going to trade jiift for the sake of soring new faces. For instance. 1 wouldn't trade Van Mango, even up. for either Dizjy Denn nr Carl flubbell. Mungo is worth more than either ot those other fellows because he's much younger. But I'll trade even him if I an get onmiffh 1 for him." Burleigh left no doubt 'hot he mans to be boss. and. like Met! raw. he'll puck an iron 'fist in a velvet siove. '7 want to be friends with ray players." he explained, "but young fellows, especially lietween the ages of 21 and 27. muRt have discipline for their rwn good." The firlmes Platform The Dodgers will give him 100 Wnime r 1111 a0 ! " :ii:n DANCE . . Al" THE 1 AHA Wednesday Friday Saturday Nights SPECIAL WED. ONLY GIN BUCK 2ti m "r-r y One Opinion For What by Davis PI.VEHURST, N. C, Nov. 1 7 The final eighteen holes of the qualifying round in the national PGA championship will be conducted on this revered and consecrated golf course today, but it's all very confusing to one whose tender years have ill prepared him for the parlous nature Of the situation here. They seem. In fact, to be playing this one strictly on the bias. The overnight leader is Fay Coleman, ex-amateur of Culver City, fnl.. who finished three strokes In front yesterday with a tie for the course record at 6S. Coleman never w known for anything in his life before except that he heat his instructor, Leo Diegel. two years ago and was always kind to children. Tbrae strokes back in second nlace Is Alex Cerlak. Peckskill, X. Y . with a 71. The only way he can keep a Job is to double in clover as . trrn a ETeenskeeoer. He thought DAN DUNN - - t M TuiiiDic TUCATDF Pt tTlLIE THE TOILER " yAASt5 I HASGBAImI j - - - . - -M....Ma.aaiMiiia ; ai ju , .j . ' m"" 1 ; mm-mmmmmmimmmmM 111 n nmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmtmm Acs F- It's Worth J. Walsh he had a birdie at the thirteenth yesterday but. In telling about the hole, he suddenly remembered that he couldn't quite say whether that was the one that led up the hill or down the hollow. They were the only two men who were able to beat par in the field of 113 golfers, many of them rated as the great masters of the game. One of those tied at 73 was Clarence Yor.key, Kansas City, who has a name that suggests that national golr Is hearing It for the first time. As a matter of fact, 1 can't seem to get it at all. It sounds exactly like Yockey to me. Another 73 man Is Leo Walper. who is said to he the proprietor of a combination driving range, beer parlor and dance hall at Bethvsda. Md. Secret Opertiv 48 i . ... rt--i I mere s nmwuy nei num Thumb Rolf course, out US DPgin- BiCKNELL HERE FOR LAST TILT Calf vi. Bulldog at Sportland Park In Night Camt Friday; Hard Battle Expected to End Season- Following a lust-tnlnnt change In plat), u reported lu Monday's Clinton Ian, the last lohsdtilsd local football gum will get tiuderway Friday night mhcn tlie Clinton Wildcats take nut after the Bteknull Hulldogs. Tlia awltch In dates and places was accomplished In order lo make It easier for funa of both cities to attend the Indiana-Purdue Kemp as well aa their own. Friday evening Clinton will engage in what wilt probably the final grid tilt of lb season, and a ' Tictory over tb Bulldoga will place them nicely above the .50 murk and leave local rooters with a fairly good tnste In their mouths for the 19J7 campaign. Old Rivalry Although Blcknell has been doing an in-and-out pigskin act this year, thfey will come on the field here as '' one of the most formtdable foes the local crevr has tackled because of the Interne rtralry that , has always existed between the two schoola. Before the week la out. Coach Max Kldd, who dellghta In trimming Clinton, will be mothering snuad i of highly keyed Bulldogs, and tt will be n surprise if be 1b also harbor- ' lug a bag of eleTcnrh-honr tricks ihat would trouble the law Iloudlnt. Continued on Pag fl Bowling Results AMERICAN' tjEAGl"E HntprknMC Bread Bartlett Ill 12 .110 Boren 11 1SS P. Meyers 129 . 12 131 Kirkman 99- 150 14 Cooper 15S 121 161 Handicap H - Total . . . ... ' 487 Americaa Legion ' Brazukia 192 Comb. "4 179 Murdock 1&2 K. .Van Horn R:Van Horn 15 13 Maashlp H 123 114 Rar 1" I" lf BOTtley 1 1 Handicap . . . 4. 24 Total. , 721 877 69S Dreamland Pleasure Club Nora 1" 140 Varda & 144 1JS Mattioda IS 149 178 Muztarelli 128 ... Franc betto M 90 Griffith UO I'0 1' Handicap I8 15 Total. 720 52 689 IiauieJ Produce Fowl 155 12' 127 Harding ...118 100 Barrlaford 125 125 1" Daniel. 125 129 Bond 12S 12 Handicap 13 Total. 66 604 671 Winter. Ifrugn Newport Montgomery 1" 1 Collin. 104 11 1 H. Stewart 1 137 1S4 8. SUwart 11 11 I" Burrooghs ' ' " .'. ' "' Handicap ........ - - ' " Total. 575 643 14 Reran Store Caaebeer U "2 121 Haln 4 " Skldmore 12 '5 4 9tevetoa 14 1 M Walt. 159 9 14J Handicap 2 2 -Total. 31 28 " Toe ytit CUnttmima Htnith 14 13 142 A. V.n Hora 102 130 104 Hope 100 118 17 (rey " 15 V, Van Horn 132 107 134 Total. 77 1 Mike' Auto Body Soon .1? Rendacl 124 1 104 Weir ...... 127 118 13 J.rdl 19 f Rendacl 98 123 7t Welker 154 149 100 Handicap J 66 Tbtal s 56 18 DANCING o Dorman's Tavern Good Orchestra Yoar Fsrrorit Beer On Tap ' Wine liquor Mixed Drink z o StaiTing Popeye By E C SECAR ssiM sJr x'at zm --(k nice gov-J" 1 ; V : "w,.r ' 7 Oic folks j : v t . By RUSS WESTOVER SSvrJ I-JBII pSJlgg lJk A LOCtcED M HIS OFFICE I WWT LETri S tVSSk NeVBZ SPEAK. fjy anFPDOP yry fh aJUSr JTfA 1 OMEBOTjV- L-t UET ME - MOMATTEIiVIMAT cpo VUH THAT WACXTCN LT5E IT. 1 f LOCATE eVCE A.NV OF THE LOCAL. . VW y f-H T- TfH K TOMMyrjj GA.N6S-SO HE WONT

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