The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 14, 1936 · Page 5
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December 14, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

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Page 5 Thfe Daily Clintonlan, Clinton, Indiana Mohday,' December 4, 1936 Iowa Grid Captain Wins Grid Award South , in Grid Spotlight APPLING, GEHRIG GATHER HONORS IN JUNIOR LOOP BROWN BOMBER HEAVY FAVORITE TO BEAT SIMMS W1 . , I mV, Wh;te Sox Shortstop Hits .388 for Batting Championship; Lairupin' Lou Socks 49 Home Runs NKW YOliK. Dec. 14. The record-smashing billing of the New York Yankees last season as they r rH3K -Dixie VAV2T V V Thomas- Wallah- L J fPVhi'-WADE. H A, J '-L 7V fiMH MMiiAlS S - si:.-ltt"jt : Mwffotys) J LOUISIANA mJFZZ t J )f" STATC .rf- Iff Ji'" . r - r j steam-rollered lo the American hagiie pennant stole most of the headlines, but, with less fanfare, fielding marks also were broken all up and down I he line, official aver- , ages released today reveal. ' For all-around individual hrll- , Cleveland Sluget U Only One Who Thinks He Mlirht Win; Sell-Out Crowd to Witness Bout I'l.EVEII-ANr). Dec. 1 4. -Gambling with virtually no Optimism no the long chance that Joe I.ouls' chin will crumble again, a sell-out crowd of 12.000 will be crammed Into the auditorium tonight when the brown bomber meets Eddie Slmms, rugged heavy-fisted local pride and Joy, In a heavyweight bout billed for 10 rounds. Kimms apparently stands alone with the firm conviction that he will bring Louis down Just as Max Schmellng did last June. The betting odds, ranging as high as 10 to 1 on Louis, reflect the public's attitude loward the proposition, but that remote possibility or maybe it's a hope that Slmms will score a knockout Is serving as a lure at I lie turnstiles. , , KIiiiuih Huh Punch 7 A llance through Ibe season, honors were shared by Luke Appling. Ch'-cago While Kox shortstop, and Lou Gehrig. New York Yankee first baseman. Appling Halting: f bump The former was officially confirmed balling champion with a mark of .3SS in averages released yesterday and the latter look homo run honors with 4. each, in addi Larry Kelley Climaxing Ins selection on near!) every All-American team in the country, Larry Kellcy, Yale end and captain, was chosen as recipient of the Heisman award for be-infi "the outstanding foorfeli play er of 1936" LONG lllf LOEIICE IS BLAMED FOR LS.USREBDFF Scout Claim Interest of Late Senator in Team Caiued Bowl Official! to Ignore Them BAN PRAWISOO, Dec. 14. Tlie ghost or the late Hue l,oiw cll Louisiana State out of Pasadena's Hone Bowl! Thai, at least Is the opinion of Jay B. (Kara) Whitworth. the L. 8. U. acout ho tame here to view the Santa Clara-Texas Christian tilt. "Our boys figured they deserved the trip on the basla of their undefeated Beasoh," Whitworth said. "Hut. politics kept us from getting the bid. Pro Buealtoo "Why. Just because Hucy Long: fooled around with our team for three or four years, people think there's something wrong. Some think we've got some pros on the loam. But. we haven't. "We've Just got a good team. Maybe I should aay a very good team." Whitworth said He-ftared that h. 8. U. won't be "fired up" for the Sugar Bowl lilt with Santa Clara on Now Year's day. 1 ' " "Gosh, all the fellows will get Is a 60-mile ride frt Baton Rouge to New Orleans, Instead of a 3, 000-mile trip to Pasadena. And, I ank you, what's a trip ; to New Orleaas for us.' We've all been there lots of times."- ' 1 Li 8. U. Favored . In these parts, severat experts fear that Santa Clara which fell Saturday from the undefeated class, where It bad been the last survivor among the nation's major teams, when T. C. U.- sprung a 9-9 upset wiil be slaughtered by L. 8. U. Pacific coast conference officials, who have been under a barrage Of criticism for picking Washington instead of Santa Clara for the Rose Bowl, smiled and said: "We made the, proper seleation Washington's season record la better than Santa Clara's." However, Washington officials are still on the pan for picking Pittsburgh instead of L. 8. V. as an opponent. - - - - - - The luS-poiind, rough-hrwn Sla vonian has the necessary punch. Homer Harris Making proper connections is where his difficulties are expected to Tourney Play Is StartedSunday For Pin - Busters One Opinion set in. ... Voted the most valuable player at Iowa university last year, Homer Harris ot Seattle, Wash., 195-pound Negro backfield star, was elected to captain the Hawk-eyes next season. tion, ranking well up among urn fie'dcrs In their positions and Appling setting one record. In all. one major league fielding record and five for the American league were broken, and three other major marks wore tied. The veteran Sunny Jim Bottom-Icy cracked the major league record when he completed eight unassisted double plays at first base for the St. Louis Browns, he and three others having set the previous standard at seven. Itonuru's Double I'lays Siinms. dwelling at considerable For What If s Worth length on the Schmellng victory over Louis, is modestly picking himself to win and, If he means It, Isn't A score of 1,251). rolled by C. James and J. McClung, stood high by Davis J. Walsh afraid In the least. But not even tuday alter the first week-end of play in the handicap doubles tourna ment at the Clinton Howling Alleys. nancial terms are something to make James hurled a neat 2H2 in the sec When you see the new 1538 RYTBX CHRISTMAS CARDS you will marvel at their smart designs and fine paper and large French Kold size... and also at their extremely low price... 50 for $1.00, including your Name on the cards and 50 envelopes to match. Tbu Daily Clintouian. strong men turn pale and pale men Zeke Bonura of the White Sox turn ashen. Braddock, the champi participated in 150 double plays at fiift base; Billy flogell of the De on, is to get 4 2t4 percent of the net receipts. Schineling is to get 20 per he can see much chance of his outgalloping Louis to a decision. It Is a knockout or nothing, that being the kind of fight this one is, and on that basis Siinms has been readied for the kill as recipient or otherwise. Lonis will be seeking his 27th knockout in 32 starts. He picked right up where he left off with Schineling and In subsequent fights battered dovn Jack Sharkey, Al Et-loie and Jorge Brescia. troit Tigers went through 10 in nings without an assist ana uie cent. i. That makes a total of (i2 per league total of seven triple plays all equalled major league marks. DANCING On the offensive the Yankees cent for the lighters, according to my "ready reckoner for bright pupils," and the promoter doesn't live who can make an arrangement of that kind turn In anything except on stood almost alone as a club, com NEW YORK, Dec. 14 For purposes of a better understanding, let us not as yet consider the possible winner of the liradduck-Schmeliiig prize finht for the heavyweight championship of the world. For one thing, they're not going to fii;lit this prize light until June 3. For another, We happen to know the next best thing, which is the certain and. In fact, ordained loser. That's the Madison Square Garden Corporation which has Insisted all along that It will do most of the promoting and, therefore, will be in a splendid position to pay most, if not all, of the bills, I've Just seen a copy of the Brad-dock-Scbmeling contract, signed oe-fore and filed with the boxing com-piisslau ot Saturday, and it's fi ond game. Iloss and llllls ami iiill Combs were only ten points behind the leaders, and Mills took individual honors with 5C2. Ilondi and R, Griffiths knocked off 1.2:13. Lan-zone and Bennett! also came to the party and eked out a total of 1,188, working with a handicap of only 4S. Combs teamed with Timmerman for another try al the tourney prizes Sunday, the result being 1.1S2. A bowler may maxe as many entries as he wishes ill the tournament and with any number of partners. A handicap is determined by subtracting the kegler's average from 200 and adding 75 of the result to his score In each of the three tournament games alibi. There iB one exception to this statement, but it won't prevail in o z o X this case. Dorman's Tavern Good Orchestra Your Favorite Beer On Tap Wines Liquor Mixed Drinks piling new records for total bases, home runs, runs scored, runs batted in. to mention a few of their performances. The team, however, finished second in hitting with an even .300, four points behind Cleveland. And through it all, deling continued his iron man streak, running his total of consecutive games to 1.808. , f MI The garden corporation, which wishes it known that co-Promoter Long Island bowl. The bowl seats 60,000 but It won't on the evening pf June 3 next. It'll do all right if it seats 30.000 people and gets $100.000 all right, that is, until It starts to pay two fighters 62 per cent of what may be left. -. Mike Jacobs is just a hired specta tor, is figuring on a $40 "top" and talking aiiout a million dollars. This is all based on the capacity of its Miskunas, Clough , Are Selected for All-Valley Eleven By E. C SECAR Starring Popeye THIMBLE THEATRE lSON, I DON'T FEEL "VI lVJH THE MMTeR.,1 SO GOOO-MrVrfBe IT5 I POPPA?VeR LOOK Its OOKT Vft THINK. OUUt? MV 60RW- V-OOK AT ME AGE -AN' MrVtBE,. THIS HIM- USTENIN - Mrvme IT SOMPIN MNSTERV IS 60 7 uwetw I TH0U6HT HcPiRD OCtP I OOKT rnrr l EVEN KNOW ANYTHING I 'iVa ( A800T IT, Ernie Clough and Ed Miskunas, veteran Clinton griddors, were chosen , for first team positions in the annual selection of All-Wabash Valley football Beams, it was announced yesterday. Clough was the Wildcat varsity center for two years, and Miskunas is a three-year man in the backfield. . ' 4 Bob Phillips was placed at a tackle position on the second team. The third "All" award so far for "Moose,"' who was named on Hse Clark's first eleven and on Dick Miller's second team. Wildcats to receive honorable mention in (be Wabash Valley selections were John Yeaket and MaHn Strazzakeaco. ends, and Arthur Ave and Elmo Magnabnsco. backs. I mi IB l- By RUSS WESTOVER -It TILL1E THE TOILER - . 1 1 1 . , it-111 .. i f I . . w U vi,ii ah TT ;Mf TVAIMQ . 1 1 CAM'T IMAOIWE W1HEI2E THE OOfi COULD 7TUST THE PLACE A SHEEP DOS VMOULU in A vowr U TEL.LS HE 700120 4 1' -y " Q I I MPS' u.lU7 r . v;.IJ KIOVM,WALLy; 6 OMNIA BE A. VICTIM OF FfeUL. PLAY IF VOU DOMT SCI2AM f' 1 MOVJ r: (fill 3- 0AB- f$i J ! sheep C L J 11 yA he'd oe out fT .-fcri ' y-rrr- ) movj : : r-jM Q 0 Secret Operative 48 DANN DUNN LEAGUE BOWLING AMKRIOAN I,KAUl'K Standing" Teams Won loirt Pel American Leclon ... 13 2 .K67 The Dally Cllntoniaii 13 3 SO" Hcxall Store H Clinton Pure Milk ..8 7 8SS Winters Drugs '" Butter Kluht Bread . 4 11 -2T Mike Auto Body Shop 4 II .267 Da n ills Produce .... 2 U -I3t Individual Ak'iu.h U'ltloa llentlpy, 127: Rrtr, 125: Maoship. 130; bundle, 133. Li-mimi, 148. Clin Ionian K. Van Horn, 141: A. Van Horn. 1SB: Hope, 134: Smith, 1JB; Carey. 141. Rosll HteveiiBon. ISO; Haiti. 115: Osw-W-er. I2: Boyd. 140; M While. 12ft: T. Griffith. H Pure Milk Varda. 147: Tube-rosa. 141; Fianchetto, ll: Nora. 1.10; Mattloda. 143; Rulfatlola. 136. Winters Stewart. H2: Mont-Komery. 128: Collins. 130; Burroughs. S3: Winters. 103. Butter Krust Bartlett. 118: T Meyer. 131: O. Meyer. 110; Kirk-man, 124; Horney. 13S; Cooper, Mike J. Rendacl. '120; Weir. 133: M. Rendacl, 108;. Welker. 118: Combs. 16S: Nardl, lot. Daniels Daniels. 128: Tasso. 153: Fowl. '117: Walker. S3; Archer, 94; Berrisford, 128. High Individual Stewart,- Winters, and A. Van Horn, Clintouian. 202. High Team Legion, 814. Tonight's Schedule 7:00 P. H. Legion vs. Pure Milk. Butter Krust vs. Daniels. 9:00 P. M. Rexnll vs. Cllntonlan. Winters vs. Mike. IF IT 15, TLL ACT AS N we'll mae VOU WERE RIGHT, Tves-i. N a. FEW MOMENTS THE COT fllDTMkl TUIi WELL IF TUEVte OUT IN a, SPEED BOM, DaM, THEVbE ONE OF VOUR MEN, CAPTAIN DON'T MENTION TO PICK EM UP. 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