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December 7, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

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Page 5 The Dally Cllntonfan, Clinton, Indiana Monday, December 7, 1936 Bloomingdale Five Beats Rosedale in Contest Saturday One Opinion BASEBALL HEADS LOOSEN UP FOR WINTER TRADES CLINTON TACKLE GIVEN PLACE ON ALL-STAR TEAM For What If s Worth HI.OO.Vll.MODAUi, Dec. 7. llloomillKdale cooled off the Rose- lale Hot Shots here Saturday night. 27 to 20. i by Davis J. Walsh nf the two schools. 14 to 9, Summary: llbMiniiimilnle (27) FO FT Teelor. r 2 0 Flock, f 2 1 Holiday, c 5 2 Sowers, g 1 0 Wood, k 2 Totals 12 3 ltiiell.lle ('JO) Ft! FT Brown, f 1 - Chaney. f I Fowler, f I (". Hookey, c 3 O Hopkins. I 0 l. Hookey, g 1 2 Overpeik. B 1 0 Itllkes. g 0 Snow. 0 (I Totals 7 C Referee: Clll'oy. Sessions Start in New York on Tuesday; Dean, Babe Ruth, Bob Feller Drawing Most Attention Phillips Honored With Position on Second Indiana Eleven Choien Annually by Dick Miller Fresh from their 29 In 17 victory ivi-r Ceistmeyer Tech of Telle Haute at Rosedale Friday night, the Hot Sliols were bottled up biindllv by the local netlers. Itrown, flashy forward of the visitors, garnered only three points. Uliioniiiigdale also won the cur-lain-raiser between reserve tennis 'MENTION' FOR THREE WILDCATS shield, and, were he alive today, he'd tell you that there's no such thing as an unintentional kick of a free ball, ony more than there's any such thing as an unintentional hanging. I, therefore, humbly suggest thut hencernrth we have no such rule. The reasonable course would be, to give the hall to the opposing team at the point where this unpremeditated and most regrettable oversight occurred, after which I guarantee Ihnt you'll seldom see a free hall kicked again even In n moment of Three other Clinton tool hull players were honored on Illik Miller's annual all-state (trid selections besides Robert "Moose" Phillips, big tackle who was named today as a choice for the second mythical Indiana eleven. Those who received honorable mention were Yeager, veteran wlngman, Mlshtinas, hard-driving fullback who chalked up a great portion of Clinton's yardage this year, an& ifngnnhosco. diminutive halfback and spark nlug of the Wildcat attack. profound reverie. NEW YORK, Dec. 7 It Is currently reported thut the fnotbull rules committee, which may be described as it body of men completely surrounded by qualms and misgivings. Is seriously Impressed by the general usllatlon for some specific changes in the code, being as yet uncertain as to Just what Is needed. I'm glad to he able to help out there, having discovered long ago that, if we must have a football rules committee, what Is really needed Is no annual meeting. In this case, I'm sure of it, because one suggested change calls for a reduction of the pnss-lnterference penalty to in yards. If we ever do anything as insane as that, the current topic In football will not he the atlack. It'll be the assault. The other Idea is to clarify the rule covering the "unintentional" kicking of a free hall and all I can say Is that I must be having an awful good day. Anyhow, on a thing like that, I happen to be related on my mother's side to John J. Clarity, the henefactor and humanitarian, lie Invented the stainless wind- j .mi i ii i --- -jmnirri i . . "' " V ty EVER DISAPPOINTEDV sfcSf 'F YOU C'VE H''M 11 SHIRTS 1 LEAGUE BOWLING AMERICAN tEAfil'E Standings Teams Won Lost Pet. All This Week TUES. VED. THUR. FRI. - SAT. NEW YORK. Dec. 7 - First faint zephyrs of the baseball trade winds which blew through Montreal Inst week began to be fell In New York today as the congregation gathered for the major league meetings opening tomorrow. Always optimistic In matters of this kind, the rumorists have rigged up a half dozen good deals for announcement here, with old IJIz still the center of Interest. Aside from thai, events hearing on the lives of two other baseball personages are likely to share In dominating the situetlon. Deals on Fire All of the conjecture fomented over Dean at Montreal has been brought here as part of the general hang-over, along with Babe Itutli'i deferred decision on on offer to he-come manager of the Albany. Inter-notional League club, and possible settlement of the Dob Feller case. According to some observers. I he Cardinals are going to hove to net rid of their great and loquacious right-hander in self-defense, if they haven't already done so. Dizzy hasn't made any long distance broadcasts from Florida lately but he has heard plenty. Including that American Legion ... 11 1 -91' The Daily Clintonian 11 1 17 llexall Store 10 2 Clinton Pure Milk . . 6 .500 Winters Drugs 4 8 .533 Butter Krust Bread . 3 9 -2B0 Mike Auto Body Shop 2 10 .167 naniels Produce ... 1 11 .083 Individual Average Legion Bentley, 124: Rader 120; Manship, 133; Lundle, 135; Lemstra, 146. Clintonian F. Van Horn, 141; A. Van Horn, 127: Hope. 132; Smith. 129: Carey, 141: Tate, 135. Rexall Stevenson. 139; Haln 110; CaseDeer. 125; Boyd. 146; M. White, 127. LONGVQOD livan, and Clifford Jordan, Peru. Guards James Dern. South Side Fort Wayne, and Charles McDowell Jefferson, Lafayette. Center Joe Domnonovlch, Riley South Bend. 1 Pure Milk Varda, 147: Tu De the Cardinals turned down $200. oilrt offered for him by the Cibcinnat Reds. ONE PINT One Y2 Pint hy DICK Ml 1,1. Fit INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Dec. 7 Great! ' That word best describes the crop of high school football players that performed on Hoonier gridirons during the season just closed. Teams were finer In quality and the Individual players was taller, heavier and fif more ability than it has been our pleasure to watch In action during many years of officiating gamen and selecting alt-state high school mythical teams. Nini; outstanding ti'ajiiR I will list thent alphabetical so as not to disclose which Is to be selected, and declared the most outstanding and awarded the trophy "Triumph" tomorrow. The trophy Is annually awarded by the writer with the permission of the Indiana High School Athletic Association, From those nine outstanding teams Elkhirt, Garfield of Terre Haute, Horace Mann of OaTy, Jefferson of Lafayette. Lowell, Memorial of Evansville, Mew Albany, Sullivan we naturally gain the nucleus for the annual international news teams, that also will appear in the 1937 official Spalding Rule Book and Guide. The team selections follow: ' TK.4M !0. 1 Ends William Fegelny, Garfield. Terre Haute, and James Hardin. New Albany. "fFH Tackles Wlllism Donnelly. Ral- The Thirteen Stripes The 13 stripes in the. American flag may have been suggested by the similar red and white stripes of the East India Company, seen in our harbors between 1704-1834. 1195 Quarterback Tom Harmon, Horace Mann. Gary. Halfbacks Raymond (Tim) Bringle. Elkhart, and Billy McGan-non. Memorial, Evansville. Fullback Joe Grdina, Whiting. TEAM NO. 2 Ends Joe Granger, Noblesville. and Blaz Lucas, Horace Mann, Gary. Tackles Art Gilpin. Central. South Bend, and Robert Phillips. Clinton. Guards Dick Crussemeyer. Elkhart, and Tom Melton, Lowell. Center Owen Johnson, Peru. Quarterback Ed Yarnelle, Wabash. Halfbacks Joe Nicholson, Central. Evansville, and Julius Papais. Hammond. Fullback Joe Shumm, North Side. Fort Wayne. Excellent Quality Fabrics rosa, 146; Franchetto. 105; Nora 130; Mattloda, 145. Winters Stewart, 165; Montgomery, 126; Collins, 130; Burroughs, 90; Winters, 101. Butter Krust Barllett. 120: F Meyer, 128: C. Meyer, 110; Kirk-man. 122: Cooper. 146. Mike's J. Rendaci. 119: Weir, 134; M. Rendaci, 107; Welker, 118; Combs, 172. Daniels Daniels. 130; Tasso 147; Fowl, 118; Harding, 110; Archer, 94. High Individual Stewart. Winters, and A. Van Horn, Clintonian 202. High Team Legion. 814. Tonight's HcluHlitlc 7:00 P. M. Mike vs. Daniels Clintonian vs. Legion 9:110 P. M. Pure Milk vs. Rexall Butter Krust vs. Winters. DANCING Old Mountainoer o He can always use another shirt or two, you can be sure of that. And when the shirts are as smartly styled as these and tailored so well, you can also be sure that he ll welcome them with open arms. 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