The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 4, 1936 · Page 5
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

Clinton, Indiana
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Friday, December 4, 1936
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Friday, December 4, 1936 The Daily Clinfonfan, Clintort, Irufiaina Page 5 Dobie Badly Hurt Real Estate ' TRANSFERS BASEBALL MEN LEAVING TODAY Bowling I Results CHOICE OF PITT FOR ROSE BOWL SURPRISES FANS Neither Ttfanv Has Ever Won in Annaal Court Classic; Mm LIQUORS St. Bernice Five Is Host to Dana Netters Tonight Smarting under the sting of a two-point defeat by Dana early In the season, the SI. Bernice basketball team lies In w ait on I heir home floor thii, evening for the boys from up county to tome down snd take their medicine.' Afler nosing out the Hornets In their first clash this year, Parke Lewman's cagers went on lo win over Hillsdale,. Newport, Midland J " tar- ' Vfi f It ) av f iJ Ruth T. Evans et 'al'ro Milry C. Illiigham, lots 1 and 2' Parrett's 2nd add to Newport, $f,lS7.79. Luuru Roberts et al by Karl Smith, sheriff lo FirRt National Hank of I'liiiion, loin I anil 4 in block 31 original plat Clinton $1.4 is. in. John V. Kiliby hy Karl Smith. sliPTlff lo First N'aiional Hank of Clinton lot 15 in Harry Whilcnnib's 3rd a. Id in (Million $1.1 In Delia Tinker Realty, guardian to Krneii .1. Williams et nx. lot in liliH k 27 original plat Clinton $f.r,n: Lola F. Newliii et al to Cora f'.rif Tin Vauglit. part lot 14 K. A Whitcomh's add to Clinton. $1. Lee R. porier et ux to Harold L. O'Donnell et ux part SW,i 9-1 7-: $1. The CMiien's State Bank et al to Harold L. O'Donnell et nx, 215 acres ill section 9 and 10-17-9: $6,500.00. Sam 0. McKee by Earl Smith, sheriff to J. Bruce Bindley et al. trustees land in sections 5 and 7-17-9; $2,000.00. Jasper C.illlo et al to Mary OilHo. part 8-14-9; $1. Jessie C. Magers et al to Robert J. Bever et ux, lot 80 in Alta. $1. Laurence Naylor et ai co-ndminis-trators of estate of Sarah M. Cum-ming to Ben Mark et al. lots 67 and GR in original plat of Eugene. $3,000 Wabash Real Estate Corporation to James Perona. admr., lot 1 flurry Whitcomb's 4th add to" Clinton! $1. flrace Nichols to Lulu T. Mitchell kits 11 and 12 block 3 orirfnaf plat of Dana. $1, ' Qnlncy Pyle to William C. Pyle. lot IS In block 3 original plat of Dana. $150. ' William C. Pyle et al to Ora L. FOR NEW YORK Montreal Convention Ends With Little Accomplished; Two Big- Points Will Be Settled Soon MONTREAL, Dei'. 4 The base ball people begun parking mi today lo leave this snowbound mjnor league league ronveulion for the ma jor league meetings at New York next week with IheHe two important decisions yet to be reached. Where Is Dirty Dean finally go ing la Mnd-lf he hasn't already landed ss some rumors Insist, You can take your choice between the one which has it that the St. Lou ace has been sold to the Cincinnati Reds and the rest which run to the effect that he will land With the New York Cfants or the PlttHurgh Pirates. Commissioner Landis' decision on the Feller case probably will lie announced at the major league meetings, f Secret Hwnps It is generally accepted as a fact that several major league trades have been made here for announcement next week with the Cianis. Pirates, Cubs and While Soi all figuring in the rumors. - ' - New York and Chicago are still trying to get together on some kind of a deal for Hank Leiber, the filant outfielder. The Pirates are buy with the Dodgers, among others, and the White Sox are entertaining all comers. The rest also are hunting,' with accomplishments about the same in every cane. As of today, the trading has totaled about $.10.60 at basement bargain prices. Tonight- Fish and Rabbit Fry Dorman's Tavern GOOD MUSIC Plenty of Parking Space ICE COLD BEER Sc and 10c Starring THPsT MfKc. IT OKfVV THC.N. HOrt? rcQTWslrfM sW I i tw" ' r-rciRTH6W7n and Tangier. A glance at the St. Bernice record shows they won from both Valley High of West Terre Haute and Tangier by a one-point margin, trimmed Scotland and Prairie Creek by lopsided scores and lost to Rosedaie by three points. 'Dana' has run up a string of five straight victories' over St. Bernice, and Ed Wright's charges are pretty sick and tired of it, especially since the teams this' year are proportion ately strong. "Slim" Stuteville', Clinton net mentor, will officiate, and a large crowd of hardwood fans is expected to appear to see St. Bernice attempt to break up that winning' streak. M1AMI-BILTMORE TOURNEY STARTS CORAL fiABLKS. Fin., Dec. 4 The seventh annual Mtami-Biltmnre $10,000 open golf tournament, richest links event, started shortly after dawn today with 222 of the nation's ace players competing. Ralph Guldahl, St. Louis auto sale' man and winner of last week's Au gusta open; Denny Shute, Miami-Bilt- more pro atid holder of the PC A crown, and Henry Plcard. leading money-wifinef of 1935. were rated equal favorites. TOHIG11T and Saturday Night F I 0 II AND TURTLE BEER WINE Bettys Cafe NORTH NlNTrf S17 Popeye Oil Dobie "Gloomy Gil" Dobie, head football coach at Boston college and former Cornell mentor, was critically injured and his companion and as' sistant, Frank Murdock, given little chance to survive following an automobile accident in Boston. Adams et ux. lot 18 block 3 original! plat of Dana. $600. Mary A. Boord et al to Pearl Bas-sett, lot 3 Sinjlh & Parrish's add to Perrysville. $2ri0. Edward Mack et al to Pearl Bas-ott.: fat i lit' Smith Parflih's add to Perrysville. John Rossi to John H. Rusniisel, part SWft 3-14-10; $1. Three Things He is a wise man that can avoid evil; he is a patient roan that can endure it; but he is a valiant man that can conquer it. , , By E. C. SECAR a icy nm n i. 1 Panthers Pleased by Choice I.OS ANGELES, Dpc. 4 Lou Angles football (anil today wore aMonnd(t over dm selection of Plltaburgh as WashliiKton's r()r(. Bowl foe. The Panthers, who lost Rose Howl games to Southern California (47-14 and 35-0) snd Stanford (7-6) wilt Jiave a eheiwe to redeem themselves in the famous tournament pf roses at the exjVense of another team that ts still to win Its first Rose Bowl victory. . Washington tied Navy J 4-1 4 in 1934 and lost to Alabama 20-19 In 1926. , PITT 1(4 PrjCAHED PITTS BlfRC H, Pa'., Dec. 4 "We think they are Just as lough aB we are, so it ought to b a swelJ game." In the words of W. Don HarriBon. University of Pittsburgh athletic director, this was Pitt's reaction to day to the University of .Washington invitation . to the Rose Bowl game. "University officials," he declared, "are Just as pleased as the players, for it's always left with them to decide if they ant to com pete in the New Year's day classic The Pitt sauafr will probably leave nere aDont Dec. 16, and serl ous practice .(or the game is (o start today. Coach Sutherland had little to say about the announcement. "The whole thing Is in the hands of my players," he declared, "and I am sure they will acqnlit themselves In a creditable nia'nner." BROWN RECEIVES BULLDOG AWARD Charles Brown, senior at Butler university, and a resident of Clinton, has received his major "B" award for football. Brown has played fool ball at Butler for three years. Although a reserve on the varsity Bqtiad he has seen action many times! , In giving out the awards Coach Tony Hinkle made special mention of Brown and gave him an hono certificate signed by Governor Paul V. McNutt, THIMBLE THEATRE LVE GWE fE H6.CK FOOD W THEH V6 TILLIE THE TOILER I VUISM MAC WOULD F0P. y. C. W. C. B. Phone 44 MEYER BAKING COMPANY FOR Dutter Ilrust Bread . i DOUGH-NUTS BUHS ROLLS Prompt Srrvice NATIONAL IJCAfil K Dhuia Bwew' Wiop Rratukas JGR 1:11 140 Murdook 160 ir.l Colombo 161 167 Ave Z23 ' 186 Uenettl 198 !H Totals 00 849 Ksrhanaw CHib Fletcher 106 12 mitt 11 1.17 Iemstra 127 12) Cheek ,. 161 160 Van Horn 148 168 Handicap tsv 150 Totals 801 866 rooperailve Store Bond! . . .r 16 128 Cuina 139 168 Tenogllo 108 180 P. Sche'lsky 121 166 Mntone 121 t4 Handicap 38 38 Totals 680 864 Indianapolis .News Combs 134 168 C. Scueteky 154 180 Timraerman 136 209 Horney 121 148 Rteauda 114 154 Totals 659 849 193 158 174 168 833 142 l"ff. 134 141 13T 150 827 116 130 157 122 134 38 691 124 171 133 135 116 679 T. H. Tribune Leeds 13 129 119 Anbury . , 130 111 137 HcClung 152 126 118 tfuerri . . . 11 160 144 James . .- i . ,150 174 "167 Totals $t 696f 685 ; 1 exaco Oilers Prazier ....,.... 139 101 165 Stone ....' tit 1 154 Gilfoy 112 136 183 Kamm 132 110 125 Mills 142 185 169. Handicap 32 32 32 Totals 693 673 771 Clinton Ice Co. Beveridga .117 123 124 Shannon 121 111 127 Beverldge 07 124 105 Mackie 115 137 85 Beatty 122 132 143 Handicap 126 126 126 Totals '. 694 758 .710 G. C. Murphy Co. j Moore 157 'lit. 13l Tasso 1.73 108 141 ! Roll 138 133 127 Schelsky 176 139 172; White 138 137 160 1 Totals 782 678 73. VtW, BUT VtXLL NOT ICC THPiT rn i. - SURPRISE HE" - " - GBT UP TO CLEAR OUT BEFORE ACE HIS MOft vMO GOMES . BE N0 VDU evfiAIN.' T7TTT II t in StEP CATCHES S 1 IP. SPECIAL For FRI.-SAT. Loncvood Whiskey 90 Proof QUART.. $ A2? pint PT. 9 OLD r.TOU:iTAI"EER 90 Proof QUART.. l29 PINT... 5fc ViPT. S9C Penbrooli 100 Proof QUART.. PINT . . . 2pT. 39 iiew'co riYE 93 Proof 2Vi Tears Old QUART., n 90 i - pint...!00 IS LIQUOR DEE R WINE DlDNTVE b c t l ill v i -ri n n j . i i Of) vr ""slop 'V'- 7i i r i to m I ff Y v ' i ' By RUSS WE5TOVER -- , a s in - koMB HOiaMIM3 ANDBT TO THE OTFCE! . 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