The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 10, 1936 · Page 7
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December 10, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 7

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The Daily Clinton! an,' Clinton, Indiana Pae 7 TLuraday, Decemter 10,' 1936 'C CLUB WILL Jim Santa Claus MEET ON FRIDAY One Opinion- SEVERAL DEALS OH FIRE TODAY AT CONVENTION For What If s Worth by Davis J. Walsh An Important tmeHtiiiK of the "(" club wiH bp hold Friday, Dp-Cfmbi-r H, at 7 p. m. in the basw-lui'tit of Uip Clinton lioh'l. At (his I im un ndviHory commiitpp will he ;ip"n:f('d und ;i tliliil t'h.M-k on Hi. nMtn tickets will bo Mind. Any "(" ttiitii desiring u h;i sum iH-kt-t ill I h reduced rate U linked tn do ho l.clure or during (lie meet in (I. I'lllltH will be dit-ci:sh , fur ibe h-xt lia k erb:i 1 1 t'itllii' illid ntliei' mitt Mm t-VelltH Billiard Tourney In Muddle Again; One Game Today CHICAGO, Dec. 10. Tiff Denton's victory and Welker Cochran's defeut In yesterday's matches threw the tournament for the world's tluei cushion billiard championship into an uproar today. The tournament can wind up wilh four players tied for the title ir lloppe In-nta Johnny l.ayton today, and Cochran wins froiu Kinrey Maisuyuma tomorrow, and then loses lo Laylon. This would leave Cochran, Matsuyama. Luyton and Demon tied for first place with six k-anies won and three lost. Or. If Layton should be whipped in his two remaining matches with lloppe and Cochran, the three leud-ei-s would be Matsuyama, Cochran ever set. If he declares the young nutn Is the properly of no one nnil, therefore, a free Agent, baseball, I am reliably Informed, will revolt. Put there comes a lime in every man's life when he must decide whether be wants lo keep his Job or keep his Read up. And this Is it. y jO -. v v X'ft Hi, ' dd!t.onal SporU on Page 6 Family Gilt Problem Crinses Loosens Purse Strings in Hooe of Aiding Lowly Dodger! McKcchnic .Wants Murujo NBW YOKK. 10. Flaw-hall rlH'fn (Ulioulio' arveril di-als tlioy Iibvp hud cooking un lli' f i i will In-rraily lo torn plpirnc but today... Cliff Hurlfiith (J rimi promim-a a umr dih foi Dudgi-r funs. Tip In out KdH will dx-luro Hulif Ili i man n lr ukciii . . .and Hint ho will laud back in bin old Job Willi l ho ludKra. . .keeping company wilh Hfinlo Wanunh and (iibby ' llrnck. LouIhvIIIo nliiKKr. in Hih IloilKer ixmturoa. Mango Talk (kinlinnra Latest bidder for Van Mungo Ik Illll McKucbnlc . .who In trying to -ll Oilmen on Wully Borger... lloticoi plajcrn In managerial cir-cIch right now are Die Dean... Bill NEW YOKK. Dec. Ill- Fifteen yeurs uku. almost to die tiny, u club owner stopped on his way Into the joint meeting or baseball's major leagues and pitched nickels wilh I lie reporters - and tuirbid touch, in the light of later development. When be and the others came tun, it was to leave behind toe unjeci figure of a beaten, pathetic man. Thus the finish of I he lute Ji vrou Hun. r.ifi Johnson, who had liecit told thai lie was through as chairman of the old national commission. Today, Ihe major leagues will Join again in a general meeting here and the Issue is almost as vital now as it was all those long years ugo. hut there, beyond the fact that the result may be much the same, the parallel briskly ends. If there Is any "telling" to be done today, JniU'e K. M. Iindis will do It. Jle might even resign and quite Commission Will Attempt to Fix Heavy Situation You can do it all at once with l.rt:rnd of Nt. Cecilia St. Cecil in, piitron saint of the blind and of musician, according to tradition was loved by an angel for htr musical skill. A crown of martyrdom was bestowed both upon her and her husbnnd. She is said to have been the inventor of the organ. Dryden and Pope wrote odes in her hnnor and Denton. a Used Car from our large stock. There's nothing every The third possibility would bring Matsuyama and Layton together in It's hard to recognize this f-.miliat face through the Santa Ciaus whiskers but we'll tell you it is Jim Brad dock, world heavyweight champ member of the family will en joy more. Terms to suit you, of course. NEW YORK. Dec. 10. An attempt to clariry tt.e tiadly muddled heavyweight situation will be made I tomorrow by the New York boxing i commiHslon, with the assistance of t Max Schmeling. who arrives here a play-off for rhe title, providing Layton heats both Hoppe and Cochran and Matsuyama beats Cochran. Denton beat Art Thurnblad yesterday. .1(1 to 42 In 74 Innings, and Hoppe beat Cochran 5 to 43 in 4T. Innings. The Iloppe-Layton match is the only one scheduled for today. I.w of the Cuba... and Hank Lei her. today from Cermany to plead that Glunta' right hand bought tour Here Are Some Outstanding Buys! 1934 DODGE COACH Very Low Mileage Yes, Ma'am0 When We Say That You'll Like our display of Presidents as Latin Scholars Taft, Coolidge and Hoover were good Latin scholars, but not linguists in modern languages. his right to first crack at Champion Jim Braddock be recognized. Outcome of the session depends upon a number of things, including status of the proposed no-decision bout . between Braddock and Joe Louis at .Atlantic City in February. Because this match seems to have evaporated in the making, contracts binding a Braddock - Schmeling fight for next summer probably will be signed as a mere formality with all hands satisfied, after Braddock and Schmeling have posted forfeits. probably his resignation would he accepted, but if anybody is likely to look abject or beaten this time. Ii will be baseball. It will be tacitly admitting that It's unprepared to ibide by and cannot afford to go along with the official interpretation of its own laws. The issue, practically the first of my Importance to confront Lanrtis in fifteen years, revolves around the strange ease of Pitcher Dub Feller and complications are likely to ensue, no matter how the judge calls bis dice. If he decides in fa-vor of the Cleveland ciuii, which "owned" the 17-year-old last season allegedly contrary to baseball law the judge will be running conn-; ter to all and any precedents he has. hirnsinnmas Greenwood nitcbem from their left hand... John McKetti, Bill Yare-wlck. Tom Ferrlck and nill.Benne, who pi I died a, no-hitter last year. Dicker.-for KokIMi Rajah Hornsli' would like In give Tom Carr for Woody Kngliah. Connie Mack In high on three new pkchein. . Dud Thomas and Al Wil-l.auis of Atlanta.. and Edgar Smith. Williamaport sonthpaw. !:Rfd would like to give Derringer to the Cuba for either Larry Fencb or Bill Lee. John Kling's moaning becanae he lt three gs he might have had if . he'd waited 15 minutes. . .Schalk offered him 7.000 for Dale Alexander a few minutes after he bad accepted J4.000 from another club. DR. 8. H. SELLERS DENTIST 249 South Main Street Clinton, Indiana 1929 OLDSMOBILE . SEDAN A Real Bargain 1936 FORD V-8 COUPE ' Slightly Used 1929 CHEVROLET COACH h Floor Show DEAN WRANGLE IS ABOUT OVER TONIGHT DANCING J m i i i I .1111 FOR MEN It is no idle boast! The prettiest shirts, most beautiful pajamas, robes, neckwear, gloves and handkerchiefs. Manhattan Shirts Manhattan Pajamas Interwoven Sox, Spats, Gloves John B. Stetson Hats and Caps Ties, 25c and up Leather Coats Men's and Boys' Oxfords As the movie preludes declare, you'll Thrill at This unusual attraction! -SILVERMAN'S SHOWS 3 FOUR PIECE BAND New Paint and Good Tires. Beer - Lunches o z o X H Dorman's Tavern Good Orchestra Voia- Favorite Beer On Tap Wine Liquor Mixed Drinks .NEW YORK. 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