The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 17, 1936 · Page 7
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December 17, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 7

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Page 7 The Dally . ClintQnian, Qinton, Indiana Jhursday, Pecembcr 17, 1936 TODAYS Harry Palsamo Is Beaten Badly by Veteran Fighter BRADDOCK FIGHT LIKELY TO STAY AT LONG ISLAND CRAVFORDSVILLE SKINS WILDCAT FIVE, 31 T0 19 S PORTtPAR ADE, NEW YORK. Dec. 17 Harry Ralautiio can tell you all about hobnobbing with old man experience this day. Ho met an old stager in Solly Kileger last night and ran Into an explosion or bowling balls In the seventh round. Actually, he sank from exhaustion after taking pitiless beating. A left to the belly took the last bit of fighting breath from Balsa-mo' lungs. He sank slowly to the floor and the astounding courage which had brought him to his feet After three knockdowns in the third and another in the fourth, had htm starting up again. He flopped around Iho floor, and when he could not make It. Billy Cavanaugh, the referee, stopped It. The round had gone 1:37. They have Insisted on feeding thlB green youngster the top timber In the division and a great prospect, a game one, has taken another skid down the ladder of fame. Krlegcr has eight years of fighting cunning In his gloves and after he had almost annihilated Balsamo in a cruel third round attack, be gradually wore him down. Athenian' Smooth Attack I Too Much for Local Five Friday Night; Cloe Battle in First Half By IIK.NKY MXEMOltH ( NASSAU, Bahamas, Dec. 17 A RESERVES DROP CURTAIN-RAISER Family Gift pondent) nwtde a bridic three on the Hint hole in the first round of the tournament, "Pick up right now," advised Little who saw the miracls "and go back into the clubhouse and tell everybody you had par In for a C7" ... , The thought, after dropplife seven successive quarters In the ship's slot machine without return, that piracy on the high seas Isn't ended, after all. . . . Ray Mangrum, the "Human No, 1 Iron," winning the ship's dancing championship, but only because Paul Runyan, who can out waltz, rumba, or tango, most of the fellows you see on the stage, withdrew because of seasickness. ... Problem he leaves with his fighter; a 50 per cent cut of the profits; the radio and moving picture rights; an American referee, an English and a French JudRe. He went on to mention an extra $30,000 for something but, by thut time, it didu't really seem to matter. For what Mr. Joe Gould was announcing was that the Braddock-Schmellng prise fight would be held, as scheduled, In the Garden's Long Island bowl on the night of June 3. Joe GouldV Places Unreasonable Price on PugV Services When Berlin Bout Talk Begin NEW YORK, Dec. 17. A Mr. Dennis B. Sriinlan Is going to take the worlds heavyweight championship fight between Max Schmeling and James J. Braddock to the Olympic stadium in Berlin if they'll let him. Scanlan says he has the permission of Colonel Kllpatrlck, the old Yale blue, to negotiate terms In Germany for Madison Square Garden, although the colonel swelled visibly on that one and began to beat his breast. Mr. Scanlan said further that he represented a European group, adding: Bin Idea "I'm sailing for Germany directly after Christmas to open negotiations with the government, looking toward the transfer of the fight to Berlin, where It will draw '200.000 people and 11,500,000. Certainly, the Garden Is Interest CrawfordvllIe' basketeers loosed a second-half barrage of field gout at the local gym last night to smother the Wildcats, 31 to 19, In their third start of the season. Taking the floor with an experienced team holding an advantage In height, the Athonians outclassed Clinton with a cool, smart brand of offensive ball, although the local Betters' almost held their own for the first part of the evening and trailed by only two points .at the end of the second quarter. Coming back after the Intermission, the car Additional Sport on Page 8 You can do it all at once with a Used Car from our large stock. There' nothing every member of the family will enjoy more. - Terms to suit you, of course. rot-topped McGaughey quickly ' speared the basket twice from the , Tew Nassau notes scribbled on the back of a burled treasure map, Paul Runyan's warning as the 8. 6. Northland eased out Into the harbor, and the golf pros crowdod the rail, tossing coins to the natives In the water below: "Don't throw anything bigger than a dime or that Bobby Crulckshank and Willie Mc-Farlane will be right over the side after it, sharks or no sharks." . . .. The anguished expression on the faces of these two eminent Scotchmen as liie coins sailed down to plunk into the water. . . .A Ave dollar note accidentally fluttering from the wallet of Billy Burke, former national open champion, when he reached for some change. . . . The native diver who grabbed .It sounding after the manner of a hooked marlln and probably didn't come up until be was a few miles off Rimini. ; The look on Craig Wood's face when, after he had mlsned a short putt on the first hole of the tournament, his black caddy spoke up from beneath bis flopping straw hat and said: "Mistuh Wood, it you aim to get anywhere in this here tourna. ment, you better start putting a lot better than that" . . '. Also the look on P. (!. A. Champion Denny Shute's usually Immobile face when, after he had hit his lee shot on the 586 yard sixteen hole, he asked his hag-toter what club he should use on the second shot, and was handed a No. 8 iron. . . . Lawson Little's advice, to tills correspondent when he (the corres ed. It'll make money and, at the same time, fcet What it hasn't got now:, an option on the winner's Yes, J Ma'am0 When We Say That You'll Like ' . our display of ChnsifrrBnas services. "Joe Could will give us League Bowling NATIONAL LEAGIE Standing" Teams Won Lost Pet. Diana Sweet Shop . . 15 9 .625 Cooperative Stores . 14 10 .583 C. C. Murphy Co. ..14 10 .583 Texaco Oilers 12 12 .600 Tril)une-8tar 12 12 .500 Exchange Club 11 13 .458 Indianapolis News . . 11 13 .458 Clinton Ice Co 7 17 .291 Individual Averages Dianas Bcnettl, 184; Ave, 173: Colombo. 168: Murdock, 168; Bra-zukas, 164. Cooperative La.nzone. 155; (Continued on Pago 8) entire cooperation." Yes. that's what Joe Gould will outfield for the visitors, which gave them a comfortable lead, considering everything. , " Clinton Tluoat After gaining only two points in the third stansa, the Cats let go for three buckets In a hurry In the fourth period, giving Clinton root-era' new heart.. But Crawfordsville began to bear down at that point and won going 'away. McGaughey and Hahn accounted for 12 field goals between them. 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