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December 15, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

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1 TutuUy, December 15, 1936 The Daily Clintoni&n, Clinton, Indiana Page 5 Endurance Marvel of Hockey BABE DIDRICKSON Schmeling Looking for a Fight LOUIS FINISHES, CLEVELAND 60V f 1 " " "" 1 1 111 ENTERS TOURNEY IN 26 SECONDS Bomber Dnm $19,000 for Brief Southern California Open Gets Under Way Today After Night of Rain GI.KMIALK, Cut., Dir. 15. What with nn unexpected deluge liiht night mid an equally unespeet-cd lili'fnlng In the entry of Mildred I ussl Monday Night for Bit Showing Since Lom to Max CLEVELAND, Dec. 1G Job Lvui (Italic) Dirlrikftou. tiie annual hung up liia (lovm an a nail In tint .Southern f'Hlilornia open golf chum- hark room today. through with Ik toils for tula year allcr a knockout pioiiKli.p got under way this morn- ng at the Oakniont club with an Moving Pictures Reveal Official's Poor Judgement SAN KKAM.'ISCO, 1t. 15 -Way down ymtdT hi New OrliaiiM when tin' Sujit JlmvJ rooihall rlasnfr will i piayd tltt olKs will be inhMfsl-fd in the rfM vv in hit of riw rc-'-lili'( loday hy runviff nf thn SiilHa riara-T' x;ih Clirisli.in gallic hi rv l.i;if Kaini'lay. f r i ill" siMiid niind (f that l a mr. Hal S ! am in. iriinc Inn It . r.H-i-d :,. yard M lor what would havi; h "ii a tntahdoun Uud not Kivld .Midi:' hill l)U!iii called a clipping penalty on litde Manny Ginne,. fiiuni nilf 'i i hat flinitex flipped Vie Monlmnery. T. C. '. hall'haek. Ilu( tl)p movies hli'iw (Jomez made a met flaii hlnek. Il IS all I'llel tny !'- flvr wIli-Tl will nn to build up Hit sn.aar Howl bailie between the hroiii ; and Lnu-isiana State A I the time of I he supposed illegal (dipping hy .loinez, the kcoi' was iifrthius to iKithini; and the ame was still very ynuna -in the second period. T. (, V. later went on to whip the previously undefeated and untied Hrnnrns. ) to 0. ;.( " swill N i . 'l , v i'-s5 s-K. - fed j)', last ulicbt over fcddl tlinBW, lantern-Jawed, local heavy weight, that approached (be world's beat records iiniateur-pro-event serving as a gel together. Close to 2U0 players, including for suddenness. . such renowned stars as Olln Dutia. The Browu Bomber made bir Willie Hunter, (ieorge von Kim. A!- . V 'il V: 1 1 iilifwwiii aWftlr-ir ir-r'" ' "it,JJ rr"ia'-ri"'r"rM""iJT'i'r"t" rrj YTuriiAl greatest stride to date toward fight for the world heavyweight till' vin Kiueger. Angel d la Toore of Madrid. Orvllle White of St. Louis, Fred Morrison. Johnny Perelli. Bunney Toipey of Kansas City, Les since the debacle of his knockout by Max BcbmcllUK last June, lo atop Pi US Kims in exactly it second. Botetad of Minneapolis. Mel Smitn which included eight seconds during of French Lick. Jules Huot of Que winch the Cleveland Slovenian wan bec, and a host of others of note graved the soggy course this morn- n K In the best ball event. Most Interesting of the team scheduled to start was that com Cw an an 'd, Wl (OAl MCA) OP JEfOQTDQM posed of the Olympic games star. Miss nidrikson and the former state and Southern California amateur champion. Jack Gaines. They were paired with Bunney Torpey of Kansas City and Johnny Dawsuu of Chicago. DETTON THROWS T. C. U. IS BOOKED lierr Max Schmeline, Germany's contribution to the heavyweight divi. ion, is shown standing before John J. Phelan, chairman of the New York State Athletic Commission, to demand that title holder Jamei J. Brad-dock give him a "crack" at the title. on the floor. One for HJMory Vpu dig deep Into the chrouiclc. of boxing's past to And anything to match it. Fltzsinimons belted out Petur Mutter lu 11 seconds back In Oeiuji.sey earaed his cbauce at the title agaliiHt Wlllard by felling Kred Fulton in 1$ seconds In 1918. and those two just about complete te roster of heavyweight boats of any Importance which ended more quickly than this one here at the auditorium. Maybe It wasn't Important, si that, except that this was supposed MAN MOUNTAIN IN COTTON BOWL For Immediate Result! Advertise in the Clintonlanl NEW YORK, Dec. 15. To Dean Olympic Star Goes Amphibian Melton, the clean-cut Mormon who FORMER GRIDDER SUICIDE VICTIM rated with the immortal Frank Uolck and Joe Stecher among the wrestling greats of all time, even ponderous Man Mountain Dean holds no terrors. DALLAS. Tex., Dec. 15. The Homed Frogs ol Texas Christian university nave accepted an invitation to meet Maiquette In the Col-ton Bowl football game here New Year's day, J. Custer Sanford, chairman of tbe Cotton Bowl Athletic association, declared today. Official approval of the southwest conference is expected to be granted today, Sanford said. He said Marquette will receive a cash guarantee of $6,000. and T. C. U. $10,000, with each team having tbe option CHICAGO, Dec. 15 Despondency over falling health was blamed today for the suicide of Clarence B. ' Hershic" Herschberger. famed University of Chicago football star of They met to a finiHli .before the season's record crowd of 4,500 spectators here last night, and the 301-pound ex-champion was little more 1 the '90's. He ended his lire last to be some kind of a test for Louis' Jaw which crumbled against Schmel-Ing. but. still, it drew Importanl money. The gross receipts totalled M9.827. and no heavyweight anil perhaps no fighter. ever received as much for a one-punch victory as Louis did last night. His end was approximately $19,000. than putty in the skilful hands of night hy inhaling fllumninatfng gas. He was 60 years old. Never weighing more than 15S the 205-pouhd world's titleholder an airplane spin adroitly completed t . -" n finishing Man Mount ain in the pounds in the days of powerhous" of taking 40 per cent of the gross gate. Satiford anticipates a crowd of 20.000. quick time of 8 minutes 37 seconds FRIST FUNERAL HOME . DAY OR NIGHT AMBULANCE SERVICE PHONE IOC e football, Herschberger was the firni player west of the Atlantic seaboard to make Walter Camp's All-Amerl-cHii team. Famed for hln place and drop kicking ability, lie was named fullback on ('amp's 1S0S team. Bowling Results Earliest Olympic:. Earliest Olympics took place on a mountain known as Olympia. quite distant from the center of Greek culture, but its remoteness gave il added color. 1937 GRID DATE SET DALLAS, Tex.. Due. 15. Tenta-tivo agreement for a football game, Oct. 23. 1937, had been reached today by tbe athletic departments of the University of Arkansas and Southern Methodist anlversity. The place of the game is yet to be decided, but Little Rock or Dallas geemed to he the probable choices, James K. Stewart, business manager of .athletic oi.SM.il, said.. . . i Clay Colonists' First Industry It was the lure ol precious metals that first brought both the Spanish When you baa the new 1936 RYTKX CHRISTMA3 CARDS you will marvel at their smart designs and fine paper a ad large French Fold size... and also at their extremely low price... 50 for $1.00, including your Name on the cards and 50 envelopes to match. The LHitly CliDtonian. and English to the New World, but the first important mining by the English-cclomsta was clay digging! iii! m.i-.M-m Helen Stephens of Fulton, Mo., world's fastest woman, turns to the water for new laurels. She is shown in a New York pool, churning thewater with a snappy free style stroke, in training for a.viin meets this winter. AMKRM'AN LEAGl'K Clinton Para Milk Mattioda 135 103 167 Ruffattola 11 158 117 Tuberosa 14S 156 159 Franchetto 83 124 117 Varda 131 189 139 THIMBLE THEATRE Starring Popeye By E. C. SECAR Totals (23 719 689 America Legion IT THERE! (i Lundie 14S 212 117 Rader .' 106 158 118 l Kirs NOT HtKR VJS0THU , KIN VOL). ) M. James 112 104 92 Manship 109 190 155 UO V6 HtrvK ; . HA HEAR IT M. ;, LemHtra 183 133 125 Handicap 3 23 23 IT . n i . i y ri iT7Av veftH.poppfts rr-55 r i m . h hear ro. t i Totals 629 820 630 Butter KraKt Rri-ari Bartlatt 13 15 116 P. Meyer 13S 14i 130 Horney 132 132 113 i i i i Kirkman 11$ 124 153 Cooper 148 148 135 Totals ...'..v....;' M ' T0 647 laitiM PrKbice Walker 121 120 102 Kowl 10T 114 107 Daniels 13 11 145 Berrisford 188 147 123 Taaso 162 12 170 Handicap 25 25 25 r n r , -J I frl J ( ' II 1 "S7 jLjaagJ lArztr"- TILLIE THE TOILER Totals 737 739 673 By RUSS WESTOVER The Dally Clinloubui l"THE(2E'5 A KoN OUTSIDE WHO INSISTS He has! (I'M SORKy: SI SUKE Hi lo I'LL. I IrnUE AM I I Carey, 128 144 112 A. Van Horn 117 162 144 VOUTC 'SHEEP DOG AND WAAITS THE ffcEWrD YOU AOJEiaTlSED t TOLD HIM IT WASN'T VOOfe DC6 .9? UsSiUiT Smith 112 141 166 BUT HE WVNTS TO SEE VOUANYy Hope 146 142 169 r. Van Horn 14 122 137 rja sheep dog j - Trvb -ms-j ray be a WELL, '(L SO Totals 4 71 718 Rnull HtOlY Haln 1 9S 140 Ktevensou 134 168 134 T. Griffith 151 158 147 Oaaelieer 112 139 103 M. White 123 15 120 Handicap 7 7 7 Totals 633 730 651 AND SEE WHAT HE Mlkr's Aula Hixty Hliop J. Kendael Ml 116 Weir 131 128 M. Kendaci 129 103 Wolkar 1S 1 18 I Hit 1 2H 118 Com lis 173 183 175 DANN DUNN Secref Operative 48 Totals 675 622 706 Winters Drugs Stewart ,. 151 156 153 Collins 174 136 144 Montgomery 16? 14 113 Zmti HERE VOU sXRE WfLt . ym. ; HtAVt ON IT L wwo its fcCE BRT ivmo Ome ocl GET THI ySrr IT P fl PULL IT IN - ME MEN THEY'LL BE ON HV. LINE A'''''' VV V. STEADY - . . thev bord in minute--- ' yO. y?s ' TSr- i ' - DW4??--y REMEMBER. DON'T MEMTION Burroughs 8Vt 70" 88 Winters 153 104 145 Handicap 19 19 19 Totals 747 62 662 DANCING Dormah's O Tavern" 5 Good Orchestra ) Yotar Favorit Beer ' mam On Tap JLa I Wines Liquors I aas Mixed Drinks I

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