The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on November 25, 1936 · Page 5
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Clinton, Indiana
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Wednesday, November 25, 1936
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Pg 5 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Wednesday, November 25, 1936 Grid's Pronounced Jawbreakers , BRADDOCK GETS lille for a fill are million dollar gate and that Hie Atlantic City purse will be so much gravy right now. He bases his argument on Hie assumption that Louis cannot win the , hamnliHiuhiii even by a Luoi koul h Floor Show .fit fckXVf MUNGO LOSING NO SLEEP OVER TRADE RUMORS .... fr.-: SET FOR GO IN ATLANTIC CITY TTiWlP-HT wrtry: mm W It li Ail SVASW... I m-cause eight-ounce gloves, Instead of nve-Hiini-e ones will be used and the light will be for 12 rounds, where, whereas the New York Stale a i i m s Champ Booked for Non-1 itlo Fight With Joe Louis in 3 SHOWS 3 FOUR PIECE BAND Athletic Comissinll lias ruled the title cannot clianne hands III uiiy en Beer Lunches gagement lor less ilia ii 15. mm Dorman's Tavern February; Eight-Ounce Gloves to Be Used MOW YOHK. Nov. t: -Jlui llnid do. k moved liilo brisk training today for a bout with Joe Loul at At lantlc City in February tloii rnny bells Hint and last hravywclnhi cbiimpion of I lie world, althouth hi manager, fearless Joe Could. refuc? In subscribe to any such prattle. A Co vld views it. Brartdock will lie Dodger' Act Huiler Believe He Will Be Back in Brooklyn Next Season Despite Numerous Stories I'AiirXANI). S. V'.. Nnv. 25. Huntsman Van I,IiirI Muiiko in liu-rnmiiiK a trlflu weary with all lluw -ports and rumors that li In tiling to li traded ijy t!u' Brooklyn IlndKcis to the Giants for Carl Huli-lioll. or to the Cards for Ulaz-y Dean. Today, Mungo. an lie started for Sumter. Oa.. to do soino quail and 1 SIKKWJ . l('i IN-clcml Inasmuch x the tight is billed fot 12 rounds to no decision LoiiIp di ll nltely cannot win the title without K, but Just suppose he lays mie on the champion's chin If In- can do H In less than 12 omuls. II shouldn't make any dlf-rcreui e what Hi" s. hedilled distance mlKht havu been, and, moreover. It WOJCIKHOWICZ rival MmK nhid S:tuo. 11(10 for what nmounts to , -i- 'W, '-TSi-.v THI GAT .S As I4AKD 9th ST. LIQUOR STORE 448 North Ninth Street a fan daiuo with eight ounce gloves, and be is so busy remembering wbai a smart maneuver this was that hi- ho does it with eiL-llt-oillH-e of pud lAiwecc I I VIC f .... rkCM dbovc si . 1 m fr 4 .0.i;' ding I c"ld ! 11 ''"'n C"S ily with live. AHHOOMCTJIS 'a HHEItid w, V W - forgets Draddoi-k ' 1,11 "nocked loose from his title. (ioulil Is Confident Al $300.0110 this' still will be a bargain, as championships go these 7 Mo. Old Half P jit 35c SURE WIN Pint 65c 80 Proof Quart $1.25 Additional Sports on Page 6 - 4il YOU CANT PHOAlOllUCtT days, but Could Is skipping 'hat an Slp.9 CM, THCYtgf gle. Ho Be ii res they will retain the try. 1 Yr. Old Half Pint 40c VIGO CLUB Pint 75c 90 Proof Quart $1.35 It almost never loses, unless the records say it should, and consequently, with the hose howl Ihinr coming up. it hardly (inures to be TURKEY TONIGHT Music on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday Nights FISH FRIDAY NIGHT One Opinion 90 Proof KING KENTUCKY 1 Yr, Old Quart Pint Half Pint $1.70 95c 50c I uikf y bunting summed It up this way: "I've hteii hearing theme runiora for the past two years, and I have no more reason to believe them now limn I had two years ano." Work lo Do The tliuucht of IWKglnx a quail was the more Important and the JWdijBr pitcher was anxIoiiB to b HM'ay, so flatly he added: "I fully expect to be back with the, Dodgers next year, although I have not been offered a contract or discussed the matter as yet. But I'll be in camp when training be-Bins.'!.- M.uiigo, who has been taking things easy here,- hunting quail mid riding, was more than willing to discuss the prospects o a good hunt. ' .: . Confidence Nevertheless Mungo did Jiave a few things niore to say about baseball 1 He started oft with the prediction that the Brooklyn Dodgers would be "much improved" nest yeur, Qf Burleigh Crimes, who has been named to succeed Oasey Stengel as manager of the Dodgers, Mungo, said: "I'm really tickled with the new manager." Then as he left, be said: "Jt should lie good hunting in Georgia." For What if s Worth by Davis J. Walsh Open All Day Thanksgiving lied Gables gin now. I liV.o Washington for tht Coast conference title and the othei half of the Pasadena invitation, al though State s 32 to 7 show will C. C. I,. A. Is something to view witV alarm. Of Course, there nt ill are a fe hopeful but slightly declasse candl dates yet to be completely eliminated. Kordham, for instance, is play-ing N. Y. U. here and I'm going with Fordham. It hasn't had much rest since Saturday, but it doesn't need rest. What it needs is a swift, unerring kick in the portieres and that's probably wnat it got in the tie with Georgia. ment of a season that at times has bordered on the farcical and has sel I'm Headed for the Big - - - NBV YOItK. Nov. 25 Not being altogether sure by una time, in view of the hilarious happenings of recent weeks, whether they Intend to use the Rose Bowl for a football game or the next meeting of the Christian Endeavor, I feel Just a lit dom been better than silly. It if comforting to think that Alabama .. . 1,Q ItiSl lu-elVi XtThanksqi ' over a jicuwu wi io .w. I vpnrn is nrohablv one of the tin ! silliest footliall teams in the coun- NCE OA W .mm -W5. mmAW, av WEDNESDAY NIGHT at , GENEVA TAVERN 1 mile west of l'alrvlcw tle tentative and hesitant about mentioning that one-half of the Pasadena show should and almost certainly will be supplied at Seattle tomorrow by the winner of the Wasli-ingtoiifWashliigton State affair. The other half seems to abide in Ilirmingliain where undefeated Alabama, good without being great, will nnlBh out Its striug with Vanderbilt, had apparently beyond even the saving grace of being mediocre. If Alabama blows this one, there will be nothing for it but to break the mould and feed the pieces to the Dreamland Ballroom THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26 Music by Charlie Schulte's Rhythm Kings . a u .. .1. A M Admission 25c Each CATFISH CHICKEN : uancing ou r. m. MUSIC BEER DANUNU , , ii - chipmunks. It would be the denoue LEAGUE BOWLING ' NATIONAL LKAttrK Sumlinics Teams Won Lost Pet. G. C. Murphy Co. . . . 1 1 ,4 -73:1 Diana Sweet Shop .. 6 .600 Indianapolis News 9 8 600 Exchange Club .... 8 7 .633 T. H. Tribune 7 S .467 Texaco Oilers 6 -400 Cooperative Stores .. 6 9 .400 Clinton Ice Co 4 11 ,267 Individual Average Murphy C. Schelsky. 167; Roll, 138; Moore. 160; Tasso, 153; B. White, 151.; ' Diana Bonetti. 181: Colombo. 169; Ave, 168; Murdock, 166; Bra-zukas, 163. News Ricauda, 153; Combs, 152; Tiiumerman, 148; Homey, 141; - Dw u r -r io Starring Hopeye THIMBLE THEATRE i nnsi'T rtGV IP THEV THEM hERMWOS ftINT GONitR 6TW HERE Norton, 134. Exchange Hegarty. 1B2; Cheek. 145; Stitt, 13C; Lemstra, 134,; Fletcher. 101. Tribune James. 1651 Guerii. 133: Asbury, 131; McClung. 126; Leeds, 115. ' Texaco Mills, 140: Frailer. 127; Kamm, 125; Stone. 119; Gllfoy 114. Cooperative Cuinn. 154; Lan-zone, 149; Kenoglio. 136; F. Schelsky. 132; Bondl. 127. Clinton Ice Heatty. 132; W Beveridge, 126; Shannon. 11S; C. Ileveridge. 110; Mackie. 88. High Ten Benetti, 181; Colombo. 169; Ave. 168: C. Schelsky. 1i3; Moore, 160; fjiiinn, 154, Tasso 153, and Uioauda, .153. High team score, Thursday, Nov. 19 Diana 863. S( Ill-dull- Tills- week's schedule will lie played on Friday instead of Thursday because of Thanksgiving day. 7 P. M. Cooperative vs.' Exchange. News vs. Diana. 9 P. M. Tribune vs. Clinton Ice. Murphy vs. Texaco. ' , . , . -. " BOWLERS TO MEET ' A meeting will be held Friday i ii.t.i. . - , f, -TTTiTr 1 PAi-uv tost i i uOPE . IrJe-PU" El -- VTTT 1 fW - MV HAIR OUT, DIDN'T W Vv ' ' off ajhat ih Wrrr T5$' A He Ij--ji W StM al 7:30 p. in of the team captains ui, the Ameilcail league of local bowleis at the alleys on Souih Muiu street. Each luam bt ursetl to have Secret Operative 48 DANN DUNNV a represelllatlve present. eSmti.i IM! TWO HUNDHtOl AU ACE, IT WAS THAT'S k RELIEF., I ' V V.'. I f I'LL GET BACK TO .JOWM ) THOUSAND DOUA-RS I CHARLIETHOUGHT A CINCH. TH WF MIGHT BE A N COUWEtFItT SUV WE SAW v I THIS PLACE A GOOD , SO THAT'S WHERE ACE BART IS UVINKi, A PERFECT tPOT FOR A COUNTERFEITER. I'M CERTAINLV GLftD THAT ACE'S MP THE COPPER I GOTTA JtA A MONEY 1 R.EMY LISTEN IN ON TH TRAVELIN' INSPECTION IP ACE l DOING H15 PRINTING HERE jt'i i M FMV TO SET THE FOR ME NOW .aiuhilm r ADIO NOW IM . . I OPPORTUNITY TO TRAIL HIM X TALKED. TO EXPECTIN IU HtAK EVIDENCE AND PUT HIM HIM. A FROM DAKNW-L.C. s AMD HIS SANS IN JA.IL. ) nj ANV MINUlt T SI .Jar-' SI 7 1 . at V5 .rTcr Universal, Indiana, eal""iHalE DANCE November 25 and 26 Plenty of Cold Beer FISH FRY EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT Everybody Welcome

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