The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 1, 1936 · Page 5
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

Clinton, Indiana
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Tuesday, December 1, 1936
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Page 3 The DmiJy Clintonian, Clinlon, Indiana Tuesday. December 1, 1936 Diz Is Appointed COLUMBIA NEW YORK TEAM OFF FOR TEXAS NKW YORK. Dec. 1 All set for One Opinion For What by Davis Tuesday and Wednesday BLACKMAILER' with WILLIAM GARGAN and FLORENCE KICE Betly Boop in "WE DID IT" ms- m JITr1 A lumic t DEPARTMENT STORE I the Vc'(djfe, 10c ant1. 15c the galii- willi Texas A. & M. at Tyler. Tex., on Saturday, t'oach Chick Median was lo entrain tonight Willi a Manhattan squad el ; lor wanner sciullieru climate. j The Jaspers concluded li.imiu. pi epiirat ions here with a snappy !hi inlnule drill In ilea i -! ree.i h '.: we.itli er. With the exception of TW, Savage, the same lineup thai land Villauuva and Georgetown will probably si art. Savage, who is suri'ei-ing from an injured ankle, will be replaced by Vic Kasia in the ba'k-lield. Th .luspi exp it ! no t ii euiv in a I'cht workout ; livid in Atlanta Loyolu's held ai Thursday. it Hi- t New Orleans e At Your A I Best Theatre TRIPLE MURDER Iu a APPEARANCE OF SGHMEL1NG MAY CAUSETROUBLE Tangle Will Be Straightened Out One Way or Another When German Arrives to Defend Pact NKW YORK. D"- I. Mas Schlllellng's decision to appear here in person Dec. 1 1 to defend his right to a first crack a; .lames ,1. Braddock's heavyweight title, will cither amnotli the way for a Brad- dock-Joe Louis flghl or it will throw that proposed bout into th'i courts. If Schmellng Is given a new contract guaranteeing him a shot at the winner of the Braddock-Douls fight, he may give thai bout his approval for he and the winner would draw double next June what he and Braddock would draw without an intervening match. (jute PoNMuiliticfl Should Braddock beat Louis. Jim would double his value as a gate attraction with Schmeling'. Should Louis kayo Braddock the only way iu which Louis could win the title in a no-docisiop bout Louis and Schmeling would draw between $1,600,000 and $2,000,000. However, if Schmeling feels that he is going to be permanently sidetracked by a Braddock-Louls fight, Assistant Water Boy at Grid Tilt CAINUSVII.K. Flu.. Dec 1 --Jerome "Dizzy" Dean, baseball's ini-niorial. Ik going to try liis hand "I a new role. I,,.,,, u ,.iiliiif to be "cheer lead er" for the Florida "Gators lu their bat lie here Saturday with the Mississippi Slate Maroons, it was revealed tnday. Maybe not "cheer leader,"' but lie's irolllg to yell and pull tor the 'tJutors. lie is. ill fact, going to lie No. 1 assistant water boy and If the crowd Insists, he may even try his hand at chunking the pigskin. "i tliinli I'll he eood luck lo the 'Gators, and if they play a good game. I'm going to tell my teammates to take a few lessons from them." Dean declared. Dean's wife is a Mississippi girl. So. it looks like the house of Deans is going to be divided that day. be will surely take his contract to meet Braddock into court and in this move he probably would be sustained by Madison Square Garden which .with the Twentieth Century club, is co-promoter of the Schnieling-Braddock bout already contracted for June 8. The garden holds Braddock's contract. Mike Jacobs of the Twentieth Century holds Sehineling's contract and controls Louis. youl be baffled but what thrills and laughs and heartthrobs are headed your way! rwwM.Mw..... j ZSSxn EwSSSl t j gg ,c ;; jjm v. m testes I II (Swu-! t "Z ' 1 . JUtlE HAYD0N f OU l ( ' iPfjJ Tu ' V-.1 EXTRA t JL-X A Pit t IT s Worth J. Walsh lish. Pennsylvania. Or course, we re violating the rules. That third teum backfleld, now. Three men from the same section; lhat simply should not be. We should lime thrown two of them away and pandered, not t- judgment, but to expediency. There are a great many more names, but that's tue trouble with All-Ainerican selections. When you name too many, the first thing too know you're not naming enough. WPA RECREATION DEPARTMENT NEWS a mnrtinz of the Vermillion county WPA recreation council will be held ut the recreation office on South Main street Wednesday at 7 p. rn-AII workers on WPA recreation projects are to meet Thursday night at 7 o'clock at the recreation office on South Main street. ST. BERN ICE ST, BKRNICE, Dec. 1 Mrs. H. A-Van Brunt has returned home after spending a few days in Chicago. Mrs. R. D. Armstrong and children called on Mrs. Rebecca Wagner in Fairviow Sunday. Miss Pauline Inmau, who has been ill, is convalescing. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Nolan of De troit called on relatives here over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Hancock Bpent Thanksgiving with relatives in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kliugan called on relatives here Sunday. Dr. S. I. Green spent Saturday and Sunday In Indianapolis, Mr. and Mi's. Frank Stout have returned from Poplar Bluff, Mo., where they have been visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Earl O'Briant and family have returned home after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl O'Briant in Olivet. -ZTW IfVl TM6 BART I LL &ET UP SVf IN X. and Mrt Kobort K1lugn turned from Poplar Bluff, Mo., where sir. anu ,iu. r.o,. oli-- , . mm a i i j irixi s.x w, i i . - Mt . - p i,!rr i NEW YORK. Dec. 1. Alter a careful canvass of all possible con tingencies, even to those thai hap pened lu all-Important cliniiix games at the close of the season, the liitornalloniil News Service to day la announcing lis All American football team for 1936 as follows: Position Player College Tinsley Douslana State Bnd Tackle Guard Widseth Minnesota Glassford Pittsburgh Center Hasrak Duquesne Guard Slarcevich Washington Tackle Kinard Mississippi Yale Santa- Clara End Kelley Quarterback Falasche u.,lrl,nr.u Parker Duke Halfback Baugh Texas Christian Fullback Francis Nebraska The second team choices are: ends, Kovatcb, Northwestern, anu Benton. Arkansas; tackles. Daniell, Pittsburgh, and Strange. Louisiana State; guards, Reid Nortnwesieru, and Routt, Texas Aggies; center, Heiwie. California; quarterback. Goddard, Washington State; Half backs, Buivid, Marquette, anu Riley. Alabama; fullback. Urain Minnesota. 1 1 And these are the third team nominations: ends, Daddio, Pittsburgh, and Wendt, Ohio Slate; ackles. Bond. Washington, and Hamrick, Ohio State; guards, Laut- ar, Notre Dame, and White. Ala bama; center, GiHiert. Auburn; luarterback, Frank, Yale; half backs. Osmanski, Holy Cross, and Haines, Washington; fullback. Kur- First Basketball Game This Year One Week Away Clinton high school s first basketball game of the 193t'-37 season, scheduled to be played here against Garfield Friday night, has been postponed until Tuesday, Deeeiniber 8, since the floor of the new gym will not he ready for service before lhat time. Season tickets for local con tests went on sale yesterday through the hands of members of the Cheer club. DANN DUNN . . it i-v IC MA.VBE IT CE . i THIMBLE THEATRE HELLO, MAC COUUO ffNB VOO Haze . -f I 7 I, J v II I Mt f r 7 "TT-' -a SI Cartoon in uoior i -m-,rf :)-- T Z I rZ III lli-- lix jLJ I CINCINNATI VILL OFFER $200,000 FOR DIZZY DEAN Reds Sac Chance to Get Crd Hurler in Baseball Dealt on Fire at Montreal in Convention MONTREAL. Dee. 1 Ofllrluls of I lid Cincinnati Reds today wore ready to offer I2UO.001I to tlie Hi. Uiuls Cardinal lor Dlr.y Dean In (lie sucolid groutest cash buseliall deal evr transacted. Wurreu Giles, business manager of I lie Kudu, said he wag a walling arrival of Branch Rickey, Cardinal vko-proaldcut and general manager, (o present a check, backed by the millions of Powell -CroBley, Jr. Reds owner, to complete negotiations for the ace right-handed pitcher of the St. Louis .staff. . Reds Really This deal was one of many die. cussed by early arrivals to the 3Gtb annual convention 01 the National Association of Professional baseball leagues and was definitely ready for consummation, Giles aaid, if the Cards really mean business. The greatest .previous cash deal was that of a couple of seasons ago when Clark' CrlffMh, owner of the Washington Senators, sold his son In-law. Shortstop Joe Cronin, to the Huston Red Sox for 250,000. . And that probably will stand as tops. While Dean Is the greatosl player and attraction of these times the Reds appraise bis value at e maximum of 1200.000 and the Pitta hurgh Pirates, and others Interested In obtaining him seem to feel tlx same way about it if not expresslni even less enthusiasm. Giles, in discussing the poteutia Dean trade, said he was connden that Cincinnati had an rxccllen chance of landing the Cardinal star AMERICAN LEACSl'E Clinton Pure Milk Varda 131 173 149 TuberoBa 171 155 143 Franchetto 119 106 123 Nora 106 160 1'24 Mattioda 121 138 143 Totals . . ;.vi.. 847 ' 732 682 Winters Drugs Stewart 127 t'nlllna If) 2 169 179 li2 It Montgomery ..... 134 145 131 Burroughs ...... 1v 97 Winters 124 Handicap 89 117 39 715 39 Totals 650 Rexall Store Riovmison Ill 166 130 Hall) 116 102 120 Caseheer 107 166 140 Rnvil 159 151 126 M White 153 132 123 Tnial. ... C46 706 631 Hotter Krust Bread lla.tlett 139 132 123 V. Meyor 129 127 106 C. Meyer 110 123 97 Kirkman 106 105 94 Cooper 12 142 H:uHiir;in 10 10 10 Totals 635 639 046 Mike's Auto Body Hhon 1. Kendacl ... 102 90 138 Weir 142 148 140 M Itniidnrl 12G 104 06 Wolknr 112 136 108 Combs H 17 20 Totals '' 648 682 American Legion Bentley 12 150 189 llader 98 1 167 Manship 18 US 15S Lundis 145 131 147 Lcnistra 138 156 156 'Handicap 7 7 7 Totals 6T.0 738 814 . Hm- Dully ( tlntonlsn K. Van Horn 137 17f 13 A. Van Horn 202 126 Hop,. 18 12 142 Un.iih Ill 118 1S4 Carey 138 183 113 Totals 726 71)0 Sti Daniels I'roduce Archer 8 ' Harding 126 149 1O0 Kowl 118 96 137 Daniels 154 108 1 27 Tasso 126 148 167 Handicap 23 23 23 Totals 645 " 612 45 DANCING Dorman's Tavern Good Orchestra.,. Yout Favorite Beer On Tap ... Wines i-iquors Mixed Drinks O o Results t - j j - II ' ..a ti n c m ww E mm ba nii i Starring Popeye By E.SECAR i i-NVWOU-DNTWAeH -tGij "tHIMK VaIE I SURE 1 TOL J j-T,oJlM I THINK U HAME rAOTHERfy. IHATS MICE OF He(ie 7 faM 1 V!V 1 ZZ m. w bot i coudm't h y ATf4 ty4r K " if "' 1 1 r'" r . 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