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December 8, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

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I k Page 5 The Darty Clinlouian, Clinton, Indiana Tuesday. December 8, 1936 Wins Third Title Celebrated Centers of 1936 Bowling FN I. HE .DAYS 1 loBiZu?! Bk. i '. MrJe l J.i I iJK-M ICHRIfTMAy me ws Jeoflet on tuberculosis l Mississippi State Gets Duquesne in Orange Bowl Tilt MIAMI . Fla.. Dec. 8. Mississippi State will meet Diuiuesne here on New Years day in the annual Orange Bowl gridiron classic, W. Keith Phillips, chairman of the com-, nifltnp. announced today. Accept NO DECISION ON CAMBRIA OFFER MADE TO RUTH Babe Sbare Spotlight With Dii, Feller Today at Baseball Convention Starting in New York NEW YORK. Dec. g. Babe Ruth In Jiaek In the banebhll apotliRlit .witli ertrybod wonderini If he'll aecept Joe Cambria's offer . ih Albany cluu...nu most of Hie cognoscenti will wacT a few meRgs Mrs. Ruth wouldn't lei pabo accept. . .even If Cambria rmiM offer him enotmn aouKn. CanVbria wanted the International iiniA lo chin In on Ruth's salary . . ..but the 1. L. mogula save Cam bria tho berries. . . New American leafiuc directors will be voted in today... they are Don Barnes or the Browns. Walter Brlcus of the Tigera, Connie Mack of the Athletics and Clark Griffith of the Senators. . . Goose on KkUIn Rome fioslin's day may be num hored with the Tigers. ...Mickey Cochrane would like to lure Pitcher Buck. Newsome from the Senator .and says he won t trade bmen Auker even up for Johnny White head . . . fcasev Stencel has turned down half a doien Jobs. . .not enough iinueh. eea Casey, .and why snouia 1 worry when the Dodgers have to pay me for my contract?. . . Al Cohen. ex-Dodger outfielder is trying to hook on with the White So an a Ditcher. . .won 11 for To ledo last year. . .took to the mound as a volunteer when the club was short of men... and won four straight. . . Dutch Job-Hunting Dutch Jtuelher, ex-Yank and ex-Dodger, still out of luck hunting a lob. . .sei he might as well take up plumbing aa accept some of the offers made him. . . Other pilots say Rajah Hornsby Is the toughest man in the world to trade with, . -Bajab refused .to swap goiters and Memsley for Pytlak aud Vosinik. . .although other managers think he was getting all the best of it at that. . . Kesuirs mi,i;k an i,i:.Gi K Mike's Auto Ihxly Simp .1. Kelidarl 12S 121 Weir l'r' M. Uendiici 100 Welker MO Conilm IS 5 Totals 645 637 Daniels PToduce Archer Kowl . Walker 61 114 87 118 Daniels HerriBford 138 Handicap 61 Toliils 5S0 6G7 The Daily CliiiloiiiaJi V. Van Horn 131 132 172 A. Van Horn 102 147 102 Smith 120 119 108 Hope U2 M4 122 r,f, 141 126 160 Totals 646 668 664 American Lettlon Lpnistra . . . 118 175 168 l.,.niii M5 117 121 Rader 139 106 119 Maiiahin 101 131 125 Bentley 147 145 116 Handicap 4 4 4 Totals 654 678 653 Clinton Pure Milk Varda 118 148 Tuberosa Ill 137 Nora 137 116 Ruffattola 152 126 Mattioda 92 152 Totals 610 679 Rexall Store T. Griffith 176 144 Hain 123 100 CaBebeer 163 134 Boyd 12 Ml M. White 132 122 Handicap 27 27 Totals 723 668 Winters Drugs Stewart M5 152 Winters 120 104 Burroughs 114 106 Montgomery 12 155 Collins 117 117 Handicap 36 3 170 147 140 131 172 760 126 116 136 159 124 27 688 147 108 90 110 117 36 608 104 151 MS 148 144 Totals . . 674 670 Kutter Krust Id-cad Bartlett 119 107 F. Meyer 145 134 Horney 135 Kirkiuan 114 135 Cooper 162 133 Totals 636 644 69; By E. C SECAR io6 ins i2 112 182 1211 1 j J 10g ir,!i 61 61 It: I - Don Lash Don Lash, stellar Indiana university runner, is shown winning the national senior A. A. U. crosscountry championship at Newark, N. J., for the third successive time. He covered the 10,000-meter course in 32:37, followed by three Indiana teammates. JACK TORRANCE HAS GOOD START NEW ORLEANS. La.. Dec. 8. Jack Torrance, Olympic shot putter, hod begun his professional ring career auspiciously today. The huge track star knocked out Owen Flynn of Augusta. Me., in the first round of their scheduled 10-round bout here last night. KID CHOCOLATE LOSES DECISION NEW YORK. Dec. 8. The comeback efforts of Kid Chocolate, former world's featherweight champion, today had 8Uf;red a severe jolt in the person of Phil Baker. , Baker, a Stamford, Conn., fighter, outpointed the Cuban to win a 10-round decision here. Many Species of Palms Tnere are over 1,000 species of palms in the world. i I "V;. . ! ance of the bid by the Maroon officials was not made public until shortly after midnight. After Tennessee had declined an ' invitation tc play in the Orange Bowl, spying that their football iquad had been disbanded for the season, officials contacted Mississippi State and the announcement followed. At first rhe officials merely stat-?d that the Mississippi team had been invited to represent the south in the post season battle. Later, lowever. they verified reports that :hey had accepted the Orange Bowl bid. rfM RALPH GULDAHL GETS 283, COPS FLORIDA STAKES St. I-ouit Salesman Wins Second Golf Title in Two Weeks; Horton Smith Behind by Two Strokes i-nRAI. (IAHLE8. Klu.. Dec. 8. Itslnh (luldnhl. the 8t. Louis. Mo.. automobile salesman, foday whs .elebiattng his victory in the Mlami-Biltmore J10.000 open, goir- dom's richest tournament, and his second consecutive golf title within two weeks. By shooting a 74 lu yeaterday'-i final rouud. Culdahl's 7 2-hole aggregation was 283. He received a ss.inn rheck as first prize money. Guldahl won $1,000 In the Augusta open two weeks ago. Horton Smith. Chicago, turned In a rour-day total of 085, and took $1,250 second place money. Smith won the title and first place money last year with a tournament record of 281. and led the field through the half-way mark this season he-fore Guldahl took the lead away from him. Karnzcn la Money Third and fourth placo mon.y was divided by Cene Sarazen, New York, and "Jug" McSpaden, Winchester. Mass. They split $1,750. Both shot 286. Denny Shute. Coral Gables, won fifth place with 287. He received $650. Henry Picard, Hershey. Pa., and Mike Turnesa, New York, were tied for sixth and seventh place with 288. Bob Servis, Dayton, Ohio, won the Henry L. Doherty trophy for the amateurs with a. 72-hole total of 300. $200,000 in cash at Montreal last week, which naturally left Mr. Rickey in a slate of indignation. Iu the first place, he's said to he asking $150,000 in cash alone from each of the three clubs mentioned. Iu the second, the players he names are among the ranking stars of the National league and I'm under moral obligation not to' make public those names for twenty-four hours. After that, the only thing I tend to be under is a full head of steam. Popeye 1 14F NiFWEft HfXO riOFAOOV TO TELL HlMNOTHlNl-HrXD TO PArSkE HIS OVJN WftS E)ER SINCE HE V)(3 TWO- VFPvRS OLD- f7, W HE J. ij DfttJrA CiVTE - HBK.BEPT 1 Q k; 131ft. Kit F.JIM... a.-J.Hf 1.-1 WMfb I I L 111 or ATTENTION ! or 193c DKuat uajdeuauicz. If s Worth J. Walsh atorsbut so are the senators. There are deals that need only a n..rt hetween the Athletics and Red Sox in one instanre and the Browns and Cleveland in a second. In other words, the annual meet-iiica of the National and American leagues are beginning today aud the blather is immense. It will go ou. unabated and in many cases unwar-raiiiBH. for the next three days, at the end of which Judge Landis may rnnsent to dismount from his monu ment and tell all in The sad case of Bob Feller, of the Cleveland cluu. Keller is the 17-year-old who can and may be legislated into a great deal of money, but the Deau issue remains more interesting. He is being offered, strangely enough, to the three active contenders, the Giants, Cubs, and Piratea. with nothing being said Rbout the Cincinnati. Reds. They only bid Starring I i-i.r Tri RF HfRn TO LIVE THE UFt lUVtU- I rA IM A LOST PLL 60ESS THEV ftVrVT HO A SENSE W BE. IN fTfN TO HIM- rr A- me wwy-; -5 13 HE CSOIMCS TO START -THAT AGAIN J ntTi ir-O CT IKJ "TLJIC T; -."::iv.- 1 THIMBLE THEATRE c;ufKF VEPH Kahov, SON, I WWTS ' POOPOECK PftPPV HE SEEMS THINK & WHOLE OFME.Wc S PERT"!- SVJEU. TQ GORSn, CjETTN' soft Poppa. unT HOLD NO LONGER hi J'- -untune or oujivsajia (mb tttuzr or rem ujiet One Opinion For What by Davis NEW YORK, Dec. 8 The Phillies and Giants are understood to have arranged a deal with Dolph Camilli and Lou Culozza on one side and Hank Leiber and Sam Leslie on the other and are not going to tell about it Just to be playful. Mr. Branch Kickey, on the other hand, lb very confiding. He practically promises to be rid within 48 hours of that pariah of the pre'ession. Dizzy Dean, who it seems U so downright awful that all Mr. : Hickey wants lor him is the world's record price of $300,000 in players and money. , Mr, Rickey wants so much. In fact, as to lead to the suspicion that what be really wants is Dizzy Dean. The White Sox. meantime, arc trying to Interest the Tigers In Pitcher Jobuny Whitehead. The Tigers are interested, without anyone trying, in Pitcher - Buck Newsom. of the Sen VI K WN'T TREATED Him LOT VEFN GOOD SINCE HE FOUND ME -t BET HE J - TWNXS t BE ft -v -' M&K1 UMM i ' "K? n Mc: savs SLEPT AT THE FOOT OF His ee Ai-L. fl C5UESS He U.IK.&S -THAT-'S ALL PUJ6 ALOJS-THAT'5 , TUINC. LFFT TO DO. s j KCvT-l-'M 1 vyv-iv; . f r SWfeMP LIFE 0OH.' iTHPff tHftl TO TFLLNt THfM BE 6LPD VE FOUND IS ME I LL BE A FATHER TO I wvm OCT SE FROM fK NOW ON- r.U. t VE. VE, gr I4nu iL. MCTa-feECT X it -- By L-i f RUSS WESTOVER Aneient Aqueduct An aqueduct built about 70X B. 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