The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on November 20, 1936 · Page 5
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

Clinton, Indiana
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Friday, November 20, 1936
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Page F!r The DailT ainUwian, CUnton, Indiana sitaeED ansae Friday, iNovemoer iu, iajt : ft 4 m. M "' f . 1 1 i i " I i r T r." T: ... - ... i, hunirry man makes a good tight, but there's nothing in the hook that says a well-fed fishier has to n.ake a poor Kiujwture. Willi Bit Vernon HiUI-nuin. star uumierbwk, 'he nl Bulwark of Rams' Stone Wall hold of ma kina whai the boys call linporiant money. Mi Larnln has more lhan he'll ever neitd Jl's an axiom of tii r,ng 'hit a l.Uiyer apparently ecru In of hits i"- :,:Mm. 'i lw n maimicr ui uie l.ncl.. will e clioscn froa: a field iin-lad ni; LAFAYETTE WILL BE BATTLEFIELD IN BUCKET FIGHT LAST C. H. S. TILT FOR 1 3 GRIDDERS ON LOCAL TEAM H.irry f'herry. Fran!: Kilriio k. Koy Kads. j. I- Fowler and Paul Graham. Kourtecn Indiana Imskies will l making their final upB-araoee on a clleelale gridiron. In addition lo U. Collegians Ready to Turn Out for Firrt Defense of Trophy a Purdue's Home Ground ' Ibo starmrs. they ar-: Kland oh' m-1 chain and Donas Uiscliing'T. 'i"l:J. Bulldogs, Wildcat Continue Old Struggle at Sportland Park Tonight a Pinskin Wars Near End BLOOMING TON, Ind.. Nov. SB Cupl. Chris Ual Susso, -tacUU'. -ho-le(; Hi.iitry will leup him out of the liueup: Jack Rlscher. guard; Albert Sr undero. tackle: Bob Bilaer. rente.-; mid C. W. Norton, Hay Fox and The Indiana university student bridy prepared today for its biennial trek ii ijifavette with the I. V. football KIDD'S ELEVEN HAS BAD YEAR I-KOHAHI..E IJXKICS rtUNCCT7 ''r W'0 1 v&fo otre fyua if Kenneili Cunning, backs. team, where the Hooslcrs will meel Purdue Saturday in the final Big! Ten game of the season for both Union Bicknell McLarnln Favored Hall f ",'t I Mwrwvr of - Vj- i I squads. Weave-Pel lot . . . Burr Prnzicr . Kyf' To Get Nod Over Champion Ambers NEW YORK. Nov. 20 Old l' T YeaRor .L.E. . . Phillips 1-T.. . . Modish LCJ . . . Clouxh.- C .. ,ehei HO . . . , McCrea IVT. . . Slrazabosco. . .RE . . . Ave Morlev RH.. . Magna.bosco. . .AM. . . Miskunas FB . . . devil douV! v iJ, -VT . 'we easts V I I f BOWOrH 1 Da Hon ; Holmes j . BOEle Caziiell It will mark the erst time in history that Indiana has gone to Pur-' due to defend iu possession of the "Old Oaken Bucket." the trophy which 1s awarded to the winner of the annual gridiron "civil war." LkM year wa the first time Indiana defeated the Purdue eleven on the Hoosier field aince the trophy came into existeuce. BeMiui Locked oor . The Indiana eleven went through its final secret practice of the sea Foster echoed the question "The oret of successful niatchmakin:: That'a easy. Never take the worsl of it." ! And realiaing that old Pod ha (FIlWlCO KA SUCH llways .followd his own sag" ce nisei In making matches for his h"' PUT WAT He j MAQD Ttt Ttf ovrft" ,n ttt?u Jimmv McUornin. 'he mob Immedi LO.S AKMS VitT ately weut out and laid it on hc ll'e at 6 to 5 on Jimmy to take l'iu son this afternoon, the session being devoted largely to a final check- FOOT BAL un on ooth offensive and defensive assignments. Coach Bo McMlllin revealed taut he haa not scrimmaged Tonight at Sportland park, Clin-ton Tans will get their laat glinip of the 193 Wildcat football team and a chance to pay tribute to .13 player who will be wearing tti local high school colors for the last time. The visitors. , who will be worthy opponents, are the Bickimli Bulldogs, traditional rivals of the Clinton team for many years. Bicknell is coached by Max Kldd. who has turned out championship teams, but this year proved to be lean one for the Bulldogs. They have won two and lost seven probably because only one lrtterman remained from last year, but Coach Kidd is looking through rose-col-nrert elasses into next season as H ored glasses into next season as it FRIDAY Ambers, the lightweight chaminim. In their ten-round argument in Madison Square Garden touit'ht. Both hoys are ill splendid condition and both re eager for a shot at Barney Ross' welter title. Am ters. of course, has the grealer incentive. He iB only , on the tlir's- the Crimeon all week, in order to prevent possibility of injuries to his One Opinion For What If s Worth by Davis J. Walsh nrnnosed starterB. Just who will make up the Indi 1 NIGHT ana backfleld is still a matter of 8 P.M. SPORTLAND PARK Pl.N'EHUItST. Nov. 20 (July a I job in South Carolina iu order to ., ,, . ,hpm wre mske certain that dining became of the 24 men who wm ne lAllUta tor oblivion, men lo andidates for oblivion, men long habitual while waiting for posienrj here tonight will return next yea ! in,., nine iriven for dead. But I to recognize his merit. I might in thuv'U i a urt nf Hnce of ! ,'lnHp. us a matter of fact. Jimmie Both Iose to Kullivan Clinton vs Bicknell ADMISSION 40c In their last encounter Bicknell i the deceased in the quarter finals of j Thomson, the amazing hitter, since .. . r .,..11; I . , ,...1. 1..,;... 1 ha.jn nlflvlnir tnurna- lost to the Golden Arrows of Sulli 1-TOieSSlOIiai liOliei taw:iamu .iuuikb uioi. championship, with the distinct pos- , iiient golf at the age ot sixteen. sibility that one among them is des-j now nearlng thirty nud uas yet t lined not for brief resurrection but , win anything of the slightest import VISIT EBLAIISS'S. ncictorhood Store 404 North Ninth Street - SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE CIGARS CANDY TOILET GOODS . ... Patent Medicines and Sundries Harriet and Harry Blake, Proprietors tor the immortalitv that goes wiin ance major champion- the winning of Only Manero and Denny Shun ' amoiia the eight survivors, as a nint van by a score of 10 to U. The Wildcats were also licked by thr Arrows 12-0, so a comparison of these scores points to a hard fought game. Caznell. 1711-pound fullback, Quarterback Dalton and Holmes, left halfback, will be the men threats will have to watch. To date Clinton's record show-! four victories, three defeats and i 1 ler of fact, have ever won a natioual Come Out and Boost The Wildcats! ON TO VICTORY! I title on either continent. ship. One for Instance, i Wild Jiill Vehlhorn. who came in here more or less on a pass, so to speak, bin remained to have ll;mse!f ont' last HILLSDALE DROPS ONE Hillsdal"'s haBknlbnll team trav Olie lie. OUilivan. iiwiiiiia,um,., , than -1 iiii East Chicago and Reitz Memorial fling that carried hira further t ,!,( .,,,.r,H the irick hilR Iln22rr. anybody even dim'.y suspected he lied to Bellnioie Wednesday to ge I 1 Hill -died out 21 to 22. The secon st.-'ngrr did better, shellacking th Wiley, Gerstmeyer and Westvilli: could or would !. Another is Hor-have lost to the locals. The strong ; ton Smith, who once was the toast Washington team of South Bend 1 of every tournament from Council iv,,s held 10 a tie. The kick-off or i Bluffs to the culf states. A third is tonight is scheduled for 7:30. ! Craig Wood. or. if you prefer. maKe I 't Jimmy Hine-s. both long hitlers 1 who have almost achieved greatness j and. in failing, became les" than I commonplace. i Even Tony Manero. current open WImore "B" five to 9. When von se' the new l??.s RVTEX CHRISTMAS CARDS you will marvel at their smart design' .i.,d fine paper and large French Fold size ...and also at their ex-iremelv low price... 50 for $1.00 nHcding your Name on the cards nml !io envelopes to match. Thi-Ttaily Clintonlan. Women's Bowling Teams Will Have ebampiUn. could lie included in the list. He had to lak a journeyman's Contest Tonight j Interest iu bowling has grown apace among the ladies. Almost any j time of day now one may see a, female contingent blasting away down one of the alleys at the local trn-p'u emporium. The Diana Sweel Shop wan Srst. of course, to organize a women'-team, and they will play a match tonight, starting at S o'clock with five burlers representing the Winters Drug Store of Newport. The lineups: f RYTEX PERSONAL Nf CHRISTAAS CARDS TTl Qap! Cotofut! Hew! ' C(l for J rfeiwD lit Another mm mm unnr BEUEV& TAtTEEid 1 mile west of Fairview BEER MUSIC DANCING Saturday, November 21 Dianas Block Hale Pesavcnto Benlielli Collich Winters D. Winters K. Nicholson R. Nicholson I.. Cooper N. Ashbtiry Cape Skin Cape skin is a firm, washable leather made from the akin of Cape goals. It is used primarily for gloves. WmW' ' VREST PRINTED WITH YOUR NAME ' Jn W A I' ally created by Eyt. f- 1s-- rtfW hdhoi ..Ui -C aJMmtyW&v V V L- L-r v I Tonight GASOW FISH FRY Fresb Wabaah Fried Fih Dorman's Tavern GOOD MUSIC Plenty of Parking Space ICE COLD BEER 5c nd 10c Service? Watch our service man as he starts with a real cleaning of ypur wind-shield.-circles your car.. .checks every attention your car needs! Quickly.-systera-atically... while your gasoline order is being filled. Lightning-Action service! And he'll fill your tank with Lightning Action gasoline.. .Texaco Fire-Chief. Full power.. .no waste. 1 t v w3 NINTH STREET LIQUOR STORE 448 North Ninth Street Clinton'. Greatest Stock of: 0 Whiskeys Wines 0 Cordials 0 Gins At Popular Price! W. P.GILFOY Service Statfon 120 S. Main Clinton, Indiana LEAVE ORDERS AT THE OFFICE OR SEND REMITTANCE TO THE DAILY CLINTONIAN 11

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