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The Daily Clinlonian, Clinton, Indiana Page 5 Saturday, December 12, 1936 Settling the Amateur-Pro Dispute COCHRAN'S TWO WINS MAKE TIE HORNETS BEAT. , HILLSDALE FIVE j; Jrr..r. SiAJsVV T --r GRIMM SAYS HE WOULD LIKE TO PROCURE MUNGO WILDCATS TAKE . CLOSE GAME AT NEWPORT, 23-21 jtff .x.f-r :x "vi --m.-m . r COME! Spend tli Evening Tony's Cafe fptcial Chkkari Dinners New Pari Orcheatra Bottle Beer CHICAGO. Dec. 12- Welkcr Cochran of San Kram isci. pulled llu iron man act yesterday and hi u result the tournament for I he world three cushion billiard Immpioni-liip ended in a three-way lie. neeeHnllttt-lug play-off matches today. Cochran defeated Johnny Uiylon. of Sedalia, Mo., RU to ;!2 In 40 inn ings, and last night beat Kinrey .MaUuyaiiia of Japan. to '-' in :2 innings, to wind up in a tie with tho Japanese and Tiff lJeulon oi Kaunas City. They each II n lulled with a record of (i victories nud three defeats, and will play n roiitnl robin today to determine the chtiui-pionfthlp. The Folsom People It is believed possible that the Folsom people were of Asirtic origin, crossing over the Bering straits either late in '.he Pleistocene or early Post-Pleistocene times. CATFISH Tsemc Berrlsford Spray Basket to Cop Scoring Honor; Outcome in Doubt Until Sound of Final Gun Kittens nosed out, 22 TO 21 NEWPORT, , Doc. 12 Clinton's Mr. Bcrrlxford round Ills ays lust njght and chalked up five field goals and two (oul losses, which with thn combined efforts of his teammates, was a little too much for the Newport racers, who went to the showers on the short end of a 23 to 21 score following the tilt 111 the local gymnasium. , ... ., , . , . Trailing 18 to 12. tho Newporta came back after the Intermission and started hitting the bucket regularly with, a pasa-and-shoot nttaik and things began to get tight. Throughout the last two periods,, no one in the house would hare bet, a nickel on the outcome, and the final gun was a great relief to the visit- -'t t IllflivldllBliHtN Newport's slap-bang style of play Is . disconcerting to the opposition. and makes a good show for. the spectators. The gym last night was a madhouse from the initial tip-nff until the final pistol shot was heard dimly above the shouting. Tom Mack, local pivot man, showed Clinton what they might expect with a (Continued on Page 0) CUPID'S SECRET -COMES TO LIGHT Tho secret euRagement of Dob I Herwig,, nephew of George Herwig I St. Bcrnice Capture All Three Net Gam Played on Home Ground ST. IIKHNICK. Dec. 12-. Marvin Toild'a llilltoppi'i' took another beating from a county team here last night when they fell before St. Heniiic. 21 to 8. The Hornets held the uppcrliHiid u 1 1 the way with Doifme.ver. renter, tuklnx individual scoring honors with three field goals and two foul tosses for a total of eight points. Hillsdale's I) team lost to the St. Bcrnice reserves, 14 to 7, and the homo team also wou un encounter staged between eighth grade basketball teams representing the two towns. '.TiriffiO Summary: St. Iternlre (1SI) Fl FT Pi Williams, f Kelts, f Class, f Dorfmeyer. c Brown, g , . Hartsook, g DeBolt, g . . Jiles, g Totals Mlllwlale (8) Hardesty. f" . . , Jones, f BUN KO rT 'F ft n n n n n I'earman. f tl Jj: bohrmunn. c 2 Dove, g .' 1 0 I 1 2 2 Brown, g ii ii II Hoover, g . .' 0 J. Lohntiann, g 0 I) Totals Referee Nesler. 3 2 4 den are co-promoters on the flrrt fight. Jacobs and Herman Taylor of Philadelphia are co-piomolers of the proposed Atlnntic City fight. But if thero is no Atlantic City fight, then the way is cleared for n September fight and this timo Miko Jacobs will promote fur Mike Jacobs. Monte Carlo Cafe DANCING FISH FRY Every Saturday Night BEER WINES 1301 North Seventh Street Starring GENEVA TAVERN 1 mile west of Fairview MUSIC BEER DANCING Charley Speaks in Vague Terms, but Rumored Deal Appear Hot; Cincinnati in Picture CHICAGO. Dec. 12 Charley (Iriinm. miuiaer of tlio CIWchko Cuba, wouldn't say yes and wouldn't nay no today, hut he Implied "yea' wht'n anked if there was a trade hi the winds which would brinff Van Unjtle Muiigo to Hit! Cutis from Brooklyn. "Would I like to have; Van Llnjile Muijko? I'll say I would. In fact . . ." And Crinim suddenly stopped talkhiK- But from another source It was learned a thrce-wav trade was cooked u ) at the winter baseball meeliiiKa In New York, that would hriuK Muiiko and Joe Stripp, talent-ed third Immnnan. to Chliaxo in return for Pitchers Tex Carleton and Curt Davis. Outfielder Tuck Stuin-hiick. and Catcher Waller Stephen- BU. Clncy (icts In Civlnx awriy two slartiiiR pitch-era and setttnc hut one in return hrluK Cincinnati into the deal. Kroni the Hods the Cubs would obtain Paul Derrinser in return for Third RiiKcman Stan Hack, Pitcher Clay Bryant and cash. An Indication that the deal Is hot was seen In Grimms Rending Ste-phennon to Montreal, subject to 4S honrn renill for use as a trading pawn. TONIGHT AT Roberta's Tavern BLANFORD, IND. Beer 5c and 10c Popeye i lif DANCING Dormans Tavern Good Orchrrtra Yota- Favorite Beer On Tap Wine Liquoit Mixed Drinks o z X TONIGHT at E. C. SECAR BET t VAM THE FOONO A '.U-rtK PRO-AMATEUZ AlsT . AMuMeur- -fred' PERRY- -THr umoisputso kiajg or . nur UMimiRS has saceoneb TO Tut tiKf or rut bucks amo Uiu. TBV conclusions UtlH me PeEKcris Vines If s Worth Walsh with its insistence that either Brad-dock or Schmellng ,or both, could engage meanwhile In any fight outside New York, provided tho ar rangements called for less than tho championship distance of 15 rounds. But everything points to the likelihood that the Atlantic City proposition is cold. Having been gratuitously bowed into the Atlantic City idea by the local commission, Miko Jacobs, one of its co-promoters, was curiously indifferent to it this morning. Why? Because I have reason to believe that a new lineup has been formed agaiHst Madison Square Garden and that this is the proposed result. 1. Braddock vs. Schmellng here June. 2. The winner to go against Joe Louis In a second title meeting in September. Jacobs and Madison Square Gar- v -I nxirro AS TU BtsT OP AM. The BACQurmtLs; is sane W M TRoUAIce- One Opinion' For What by Davis NEW YORK, Dec. 12.-Havlng all gotten together nicely and reached what is commonly called a gentlemen's agreement rigidly In keeping with the fine traditions of the craft meaning absolutely no knifing, except in the back the re- spectlve managers of Max Schme- ling and James J. Braddock are hours of ouls " general misunaorsianaing about the duty and sometimes even the identity of the principals themselves, was tbat contracts were to be signed this afternoon, naming the time as June 3 ostensibly in Mew .YorKi , , , . Ostensibly, too, the boxing coin- f mission left the door ajar for a Braddock-Louis fight in February THIMBLE THEATRE r J. in of Clinton and All-Coast center from scheduled to complete arrange-the .University of California, and j nients today for the next fight in-Kathleen Winsor of Oakland. Cal., volving the heavyweight champion-was announced today In a dispatch 8lliD of the world, from Berkeley, Cal, - I Tll genlal understanding, after NOW! TODAY! ENTER THE BIG Doubles Handicap . BOWLING TOURNAMENT at the Clinton Bowling Alleys ENTRY FEE $1.00 To Be Divided 50 for First, 30 for Second and 20 for Third Between Teams Making Highest Nel Average Scores on Games Rolled on These Dates: December 12-13, 1S-20, 26-27 and January 2-3. mTrvn ,l 1 "iirst N inc KSVt HtriHVJ ' LOOK, THtKC & iHt I'LL I SVfJEri POTfvtO S!:?.-' hNU w -UCANJT BcUtVE IT! I Ii VAM an1 tuat. r l rr fFT n mfams UHAT SVlEf POTATO UHKT 5vJtt POTftTO The voun -m.nl., hn l.,, on. gaguu lul D1 wuetta, unu uu.y Wlfj wed next summer. Herwig's home is in Pomona, Cal, F I 0 II AND TURTLE .BEER WIN E Betty s Cafe - NORTH NINTH ST. ftFISH FRY STEVE'S TAVERN Jacksonville SATURDAY BEER 5c and 10c Sandwiches of All Kinds. Steve Giordano, Prop. ' j II' IN THE. J 4 OlCTlOU'Ry, v -J - i ' II X ' ' I I i r II I I Til I IC TUC TMI CD . D. . Dl ICC ACCTrCD I THAT aAS K 5CXX DEA OF MINE 1M LET- f 11 ( "THeiEE'S 52eAJl.LV NO I I-MOTHEI2. WAS OUT WALK.IMC5 VAJITH j TINS T1LUE'5 MOTHEIc. 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