The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on November 19, 1936 · Page 5
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November 19, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

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Page Five The Daily JCUntonlah, GSnton, IncRaal ThurnUy, November 19, 1936 Tfre , Purple Plague ' M'LARNIN WILL ' BATTLE AMBERS Clinton to Close 4 Gridiron luamp aign .. xt I up" .-- --- SHdf Friday Night Here SEW YOItK. Nov. 19 With the winner In line for a shot ultimately at the world wolterwelgbi title. Jimmy MeLnrnln, former 1-iT-pound klnupin. and I.on Ambers, current lightweight champion, completed training today for their 10-round bout tomorrow night at Madison Square Garden. MeLnrnln Is a slight favorite. ' KjH .4 Car.- i it HAYNES STARTS COMEBACK RIGHT NEW YORK, Nov. 1 9 -lAiroy llnynes. Gigantic Negro rrom I'nlla-delpilia who hrnuglil lo a close Pri-iiui Camera's lioiim rareer. then seemingly beuau lo slip, has started his ellnin back to ihe IiIk time with a kuui'kuut over Abe Feldmun, rugged New York heavyweight. The end came In 1:41 of the second round in a cheiluleti In-round bout at (he Hippodrome last night, with Keldmau groggily annulling on Ills hauni lies afier lour knockdowns. Ii marked the first time he had failed lo finish. Ilnynes weighed llili and Feld-mnn ISO';. Dutch Comfort Dutch comfort is the comfort of realizing that things mjght be worse. Curtain Comet Down on Local Season With "' Bicknell Game at Park M1ILLIN SAYS" I. U. Witt GIVE PURDUE BATTLE Bo Admits Boilermaker Eleven Hat Edge, but Bucket Will i Cause Hard Fight at . .. Lafayetta . IllOIIMINGTON, Itld Nov 13 -"Hurdue has mighty tine team. 'I hey might but ui. but they un't eat us," llo i M IJ It ii, conch of the Indiana university toolbuli learn, said toilny In his annual iiionotiiirr-raj'iit bndue ihs liidlatia-l'urdue game. The two stale schools will meet Saturday at Uitnyet.tu in the fliinl Big Ten contest of the luaaou fur both squads. Indians ha. dedated Piiriliio the past two sr-nsons. Bucket Kroiiitht Out The lamed "Old Oaken Bucket." gym hoi of gridiron supremacr between Indlann and Purdue, went on display under heavy guard here today iu its flint public, appearanie In a year. The noted trophy was shown FIGHTERS NAMED FOR CARD TO BE PRESENTED HERE fy 'Jim.. - :,-f 'ML.. NINTH STREET LIQUOR STORE 448 North Ninth Street Clinton's Greatest Stock of: 0 Whiskeys Wines 0 Cordials Gins At Popular Price! been ilevoteil to defense, the alia- 1( has cortie in for plenty of work. The team will go to Lafayette Saturday morning on the student special. y-- AS :?. J 5PCff OF Z r vras.-rur 9m Tel: EID- yi l . Mas Rista) raor OBfiCUftiTV 7& A PLACt XhON3 1Ue LfXPfa or ajor-TM- WiTrCNS OtiTSrtHDlMQ in the I'nlon building prior to the traditional burial of "Ole .lawn Pur-duo." which was to lie the feature of the annual all-university pep ses One Opinion-r For What If s Worth by Davis J. Wahh SI AND EZRA WITH FAT WILSON TONIGHT Continuous Entertainment 8 P." M. to 1 A. M. sion tonight. The Indiana eleven, meanwhile.! again worked out In guarded serrei) on the stadium fluid today. Coach Mc Millln has been decidedly chary in glvlngfuny hint as to what plans the Hoosiers have cooked up ot defense of the bucket. Pessimistic Bo - 'Purdue has the edg on us In speed, power and replacements, and psychologically," McMillln said. "I den't quite see how we will bo able to stop the speed nnd power o( Is-bell. Stalcnp and Drslfe. Purdue's fine hacks." Local WPA Leather-Pushers to Meet Boy From Clay County " in Match at Capitol on Monday Night A boxing match between the Vermillion county recreation team and the Clay county recreation team ol Braill will be held Monday. November 23 at the Cnpltol Theater at p. " m. Part of the seats downstair and a few In the balcony will he ringside seals. Among (lie fighters will be Ken Pierce, 12K pounds, who fought in the A. A. II. and Oolden Oloves tournament; K. 0. Blanton. 128 pounds, a new fighter who is a wlil In his class; Art Jonei. 130 pounds;' who has fought 14 times and has won 12; Jim Butcher, 135 pound, who was a member of the Clinton tenm last year and fought in Ihe A. A V.; Dale Rned, 150 pounds. ' another newcomer who speciallnes on hard lefts; Chuck Coldorbank. 110 pounds, whose splendid record l well known here; John Barcus. 150 pounds, who will probably headline the card, and Eddy Webb, 19! pounds, a new heavy weight, who If coming along. George Hlackbnrn. slugging ' heavy weight who at one time started out for ''big time" will hare an exhibition fight. Brazil Offerings Among the lighters from Brazil ard: Jack Uunbar. 128 pounds; Jack Brown, 130 pounds: Flash finrdmi. 135 pounds; Jim Oliver. 15(1 pounds; Norm Bradshaw, 175 pounds, who is outclassing his brother; J a mm (Slim) Crocerham. 190 pounds, and Mort Bradshaw, 198 pounds. Besides these bouts, two preliminaries between youngsters in the A Good Time i For All A Good Time For All Gregory s GRADUATION TO CAUSE LOSSES i. . j , , , . '..'p j.-i. A feud thnl ban been going on for 10 years will again break out tomorrow night, when Max Kldd will bring bin Bulldogs "from down yonder" to battle Trobaugh'a Wildcats "up hero." Out of the 10 garnet played Clinton has the edge to 4. Two of the fmir the Bulldogs won were bitter defeats for' the Wildcats.' knocking them out of the state championship in 1927 by the score of 19 to and analn in 1934 by one point, 7 to 6. Although no state championship will be at stake tomorrow night the game will have ai: the trimmings because of the great rivalry that exists between the two schools. Graduations The game tomorrow will bring to a closfe the football careers of 13 tMinton high school players. Eight men on this year's varsity will be lost through graduation. Left End Strazzaboeco'e punting ability will compare to any In the state. The two tackle positions will oe left vacant by McCrea and Phillips, the biggest men on the squad. The ever-dependable Rodlsh will leave the left guard post. Ernie Plough, lightest and scrappiest man on the varsity will let go the pivot position. Losses in the backfleld will be "Toots" Ave, Wildcat quarterback, whose broken field running Is above par; Morley. right halt who will be greatly misRGd because of his blocking ability, and ihe fullback position will be hard to fill when the "Bull of the Pampas" Ed Mle-kunas gets his sheepskin. Five good reliable reserves will bo along Joe Moore, guard, peppiest man on the squad; Heed and .Koncannon, powerhouse tackles, and Bill Pickel, a fine little end. Til only substitute back to go is John Schuman, who stayed the season out with the odds against him. As the saying goes. It still takes a darn good second team to make a darn good first team. I'lNKIll ltST. N. C. Nov.' 19- -After two of the wildest rounds any championship had yet known, the aunual Professional Golfers Associa Md.; Jimmy Thomson, Master Hitter, vs. Henry l'lcord, how 7 under par for thirty two holes; Harry Cooper, three under par for his last seven holes, vs. Craig Wood; Bobby Cruickshank. old school headlinor, Offensive raggedness has been tion sflalr proceeded Into the third ' round today, with every Indication thai, with Ihe comimratlve calmness of the 3-hol distance, the event ! would stop helng Idiotic and soldo down to only pluln, straight-forward Floor S5ipv one of MrMillin's biggest worries during the current week. The Hoosiers have not clicked consistently for the past two weeks, and while most of the practice sessions have , t: ' : it) TONIGHT . 1 i : l 1 , It V i m 3 SHOWS vs. TonfManero. present open champion. So much for the top bracket of the surviving sixteen. In the bottom, three are fforton Smith, always dangerous, vs. Willie Goggin, former finalist; Billy Burke, former open champion, vs. Denny Shnte, who shot a record 31 fnr the first nine yesterday; Bill Mehlhorn vs. Ed Dudley, two hardened campaigners; and Jimmy Hines. long hitter, vs. Vie CheMi, who would have won the last open If he only could have. ' The Thomeon-Picard. Cooper-Wood, . Cruickshank-Manero and Burke-Shute matches are really dementia Johnny lievolta, the defending champion, has .been wiped out like a Wall street margin. Ho have Paul Uunynn, fieim Snr;u"n and Tommy Armour, ex-champions. Hut all the symptoms nf further madness remained. Following Is today's schedule or. Ill the words nf the psychopathic w;yd chart: Harold ''Jug" MiSuaden, winner over Revolts., vs. I, no Wltlper. the delusion that the championship died the last two days with Walter Ha-gen, Leo Diegel, Sarazen, Armour. Runyan and lastly Kay Coleman, the medalist who tied the course record of 68. As a matter of fact, only three Ryder cup men were left, namely. Smith, Picard and Wood; While Manero, Shute and Burke are the sole survivors who ever won u Beer Lunches Dorman's Tavern major title. major tuie. something, in 8Plfet'bf tSe' popular something, in spire' of the popular beer pnrlor man from Bethesda beer pnrlor man from Ileihesda, ' I 90 pound class will be held. By E. C SECAR Starrma Pooeve THIMBLE THEATRE - ai -- 1 "1 P" ' ' ' l THAI ll LiT i CLt. 1 -r - THOUGHT I CHEER OP, JHEV SUHJM WE LEFT THE lSLf,HO A A THREE WEEKS OJ ISN'T THPtt UWarTT rLL THt V0URFRIEN0S V4(V( BEHIND THK FOLLOVJEO V0O MX THE VkM PROM I I J VJWr rnji irf ,SHP ,P0RT Zi-U1D' ICI CiKni- GO fFT fSNO iO I W0W' N(' EVER' 800V CaCT . uJHW TWE HECKl XoMFTHlMfa A wnv- "WO BOWS'. OOE'Re) FOLLOWJlN' Ob? J. Gi JjSLI C?Xz!i GOIN' ASHORE' r- PO SEE '(jrcrt!lt: )r3LP& XML m mW ) " i- '",1 I v gVsT HWL j rvZI Newport Cagers Give Mecca Five 31-15 Drubbing NEWPORT, Nov. 19 Newport's basketball team continued a fast eiirly-season pace here last night to Mnotber the Mecca cagers with' a variety of effective' heaves at the basket and sec the showers with a ni to 15 victory. At no point In the l ame were the 'losers a serious threat.- " Mecca's second team, however, walloped the Newport scrubs unmercifully,. 36 to 14, Dana will appear to furnish the opposition for the local five Friday :iight. : -' ' ' Summary: NEWPORT FG FT TP By RUSS WESTOVER TILLIE THE TOILER TWER.es (SI2EAT STOFF-THIS UvjEU-.l HOPE I -- R HERlIVl-U YlF fAM VTTTW-A. CROWD MCVMSPAPEa PUBUCIT I S6R.SIVlP. 100 TD KlSS MAKE GtlCM HAII2 f oOOD ,M -THE Ae-K FLOCKINff IW AL--T HEAP 50O) BEAM BYA "SHOP- U R.EAOy-THAT MEAMS , V3 7 ' TrttV WANT 1 A BUNCH OP CDERS WJ Sri MAGIC KISS PROVES HAIR- RAISlNg MISS TILLIE TOMES I'earman, f. 6 Newland, f '0 f. 2 3 1 Walthall, Mack, c. Sims, g. OF SIMPKINS AND CO., PLANTS KISS ON HER Van Sickle, g '. 0 frv Lover's bald head MrrH miraculous Totals 11 'I MECCA FC FT TP Smith, f 0 0 0 MR. MACDOtXSAUL liHCWJS WHATASMA" ON HS ensTwuiLB ralD domb nesuLTS EIO WHEN OETLIVBIieB BV "SCIENTISTS BAFFLED rvHE PRpTTy UPS OF HIS Klsher. f 3 Jacks, f Miller, e. 0 II. Fisher, g 0 Basset ti, g 1 Tony, B I Turner, g ' n Secret Operative 48 DANN DUNN 7 : 1 . . . . TcOME.OM, ACE, wEV NOW, DUCHESS, I POT THOtE CARPET TAKE IT EASV--YER WHY EVERYONE -KNOWS THEYRE DUMB I'M GOIMG TO FINISH 15 Totals 4 BEING A GKKbSTER'S MOLL 15 'NO FUN HERE I kM COOPED UP IN AN OLD WOUE AWAV FROM ALL 1 KNUW ILL LWtSO W ir iiT PRETTIEST AND PRETEND IM GOING SOMEWHERE ACE BA.RT IS ENTIRELV TOO CAUTIOU AFRMD OF THE COPPERS ALL DRESSING AMD TAKE ME OUT -TONIGHT SLlPPtRS A,Wfc"y MJ I tiUIN NUWH I MsID LETS STEP UNTIL THIS DEALS -r-A OUT -.- GO PLACES PULLED OFF --AND RIGHT NOW r v.i mja . i i THE BRIGHT LIGHTS WITH NOTHIN6 TO DO. rnNOTHIN6 TO DO. , " k iir-ic r THE TIME :.l, C, w,..-: AND DO THINGS- THAT LL BE TWU J -ki IVv! J THREE WEEKS VET-SI f V i rC"!T''?irV UCALM YOURSELF, c- : A4 "I a !' Wi ELEANOR SWIMS IN COURT TANK MEW YORK. Not. 19. Claiming they had a prior" contract with her. National Professiona I Swimming Tours sought in supreme court today to prevent Mrs. Eleanor Holm Jarretl. noted swimmer, from making theatrical appearances. The nlaintiffs said tbey bad signed a contract -with Mrs. Jar ret t, and promised her $1,250 a week for eight weeks, but it she later decided she did not ant to go on a tour they bad arranged. Mrs. Jar-rett was given until Nov. it to file mdi mm. mm an answer. i

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