The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 19, 1936 · Page 5
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

Clinton, Indiana
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Saturday, December 19, 1936
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Page 5 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana- Saturday, December 19, 1936 Washington Wonder PERRYSVILLE IS LOSER TO DANA MECCA IS NOSED OUT, 33 TO 29 Accirracv of Rosedale Netters Spells Victory; Hot Shot Reserves Drop One MKCCA. Dec. IB. Mecca wa nosed out hv liosedale here ins' night, 33 to 2!. in a basket ball Itnme that was close and lianl- ioufsht from start to finish. Trilli ns; 15 lo 17 at the half, the local basketecrs kept pushing the visitors hard, and Coach Cunningham used 10 players in an attempt to wring little more power out of the hard wood combination. Fisher burnt up the netting for Mecca with five field goals and four from the line, but It was not quie enough. Paced by Fowler and Brown, the Hot Shots displayed remarkable ac curacy from scrimmage. Hosedale s rrsei'ves dropped the curtain-raiser to Mecca s mary: B team. 18 to 7. Sum- llKcdnle Fowler, f . (S3) FO FT PF 2 0 . r, . 4 . 0 . 0 Known, f ... C. Hookey, f Snow, c . . . . Chaney, g . . Hukes. g O. Hookey, g Hopkins, g . I'olals 13 7 18 Mecca (211) W. Fisher, f . Miller, f FG . 5 . (I . II . 1 . 0 . 1 . 0 . 0 . 0 . . 2 FT 4 1 o 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 lock, f Smith, f Tony, c R. Fisher, c . Basset! i, g . . K. Fisher, g . Cupp. g Murphy, g Totals 9 11 13 Referee, Miles. He passcs u u. UHo-iL Be A Hose . .yL' VT . Winners Keep Scorekeeper Busy Friday Night, Achieve 36-15 Victory llANA, I'ec. 1H- I'errysvllle basketball team went down in defeat before I ln local net crew here lasi night amid a hail of 1" field goals and two foul tosses that added up a :.(l to 1 r, victory. Kvery man on the Dana line-up tallied at least once, with Stull's 12 pointB topping the list. Almost half the visitor's points icere (-.cored on free throws, awarded as the Dana five ran over them In iheir eaueinefs lo run up the score, liana's scrubs made a sweep of the evening by beating the Perrysvlllc reserves, is to 10. ill the curtain-raiser. Summary: Dana :Mi) SI roll m. f Adams, f Slull. c Brown, g Arrowsmith. g Howard, g FG FT . 4 . 4 Totals 17 2 rtysvillr (13) FO FT (i Hines, f Smith, f 1 Sheridan, c 1 Heller, g 1 Lewsader. g 1 2 3 2 II Totals 7 Referee, Layman; umpire, McClelland. DR. B. H. SELLERS DENTIST 249 South Main Street ) Clinton, Indiana at- NEWPORT FIVE CLOSE WINNER Caywea Loses Varsity Contest, 27 to Z6, wrns Reserve Game, 18 t6 16 L NEWPORT, Dec. 19. Newport's fast-breaking cagers came from behind with less than three minutes to play to pull the game out of the fire and nose our the local Basketball team. 27 to 26. here last night. It was see-saw to who-lald-the-chunk in the Cayuga gym yesterday evening, as clearly revealed by the quarter by quarter scores. Cayuga trailed 4 to 5 at the end of the first period, they were three points ahead at the intermission, and the score was tied 21 -all at the close of the third stansa. , Walthall played center for the Xewports while Mack moved up to forward with Pearman, and it turned out to be a fortuitous combination. Sims raised his basket-shooting average by garnering four field goals and one free tosB. The Cayuga B team nosed out the Newport reserves. 18 to IS. Sum mary: (17) KG FT PF Newlin. f 0 n Pearman. f 3 1 " Walthall, c 1 3 Mack, f 3 3 3 l,aws. g 0 0 1 Sininis. g 4 1 1 Vansickle. g 0 1 1 Totals 11 5 12 Cayuga' (jSM) Onley. r Tate, f Auhle. f F: . 1 . (I . 2 . 1 . 3 . 2 FT PK 4 0 0 0 0 2 1 2 3 3 0 1 1 Schwab, c Hayes, g Newell, g Totals . . Referee, ter. ; 8 Car- Trobaugh; umpire. Additional Sport on Page 6 DANCING o z a x Dormans Tavern Good Orchestra Yow Favorite Beer On Tap Wines Liquor Mixed Drinks , , ; -MiA I TODAY'S j SPORTPARADE 1 TONIGHT CATFISH -FRIED CHICKEN ing start? A. As I understand the conditions of the race, the horse will be allowed to use any start he chooses. I don't think he will use the crouch, however, us Brevity tried starting on his knees last season and found it highly unsatisfactory. Q. What are the regulations as to shoes? Will Owens wear regular spiked shoes and the horse regular horse shoes? A. I imagine so, although there is some talk -of Jesse and his rival flipping a coin for the right to name the type of shoes to be worn. This would narrow down (he field from which Owens- opponent will be chosen, for according to Ripley there are only two horses in Cuba capable of flipping a coin. Continued on Pace By HKNRV IbKMOItK NEW YORK.. Dec. 19 The match race between JeBse Owens and a horse, scheduled for a Havana track late this month, has created a panic among the countrvi bookmakers and several of them, in desperation I suppose, have turned to this slender reed for advice. With clients waiting lo bet on the race the bookies, faced tor the tirsl time mlth the problem of making odds on man versus beast, are frantic for information and their letters, from "Dear Sir" to "thanking you in advance," are packed with queries. mwf Some of the questions, which 1 will endeavor to answer to the best of my knowledge, follow: Q. Will the horse line a crouc h GENEVA TAVERH 1 mile west of Fairview MUSIC BEER DANCING PARIS NETTERS GAIN 51-15 WIN OVER WILDCATS Triers Out-Clss Clinton Last Niht in Illinois Gym; Kittens Also Drop First Game Clinton's basketball tenm braved Ihn cold and snow last night to ko to Paris. 111., where their 'reception consisted of a heated 51 to 15 walloping by the Tlners. The Wildcats were as lambs among wolves as the rangy Paris basketecrs smothered them under a brilliant attack that could mean but one answer from the opening whistle. Olinlon scored one point In the first period and trailed SI to 11 at the Intermission. nerrisford. straight-shooting forward, accounted for seven of the losers' points. "Moose" Phillips, playing in the pirot position for the Cats, was taken out on personal fouls shortly after the third quarter got under way. Phillips and Tony Berto tallied Clinton's other two field goals. Bell, speedy Paris forward, ranu the bell with eicht two-pointers and . one foul toss the Tigers swept over the visiting netters. Preceding tbc Varsity tilt, the Illinois school won the curtain raiser hands down 1!7 to 17. Summary: farls 51) Bell, f ....... HoskinB. f .. Franklin, f . (limn, f .... Williams, c . FO FT IT J. Henson, K. Henson. g 3 Wagner, g . Taflinger, g 0 . 1 23 FG . 3 . 0 . 0 . 0 . (I . 1 . 1 . 0 . 0 . 0 Totals ........ Clinton (1.1) Berrisford, f . . Dunn, f . , .'. Sollars, f . . Bennett, f . Bonacorsl. f . . Phillips, c Berto, g Shuman, g Bosstlck. g . . . Guglielmetti, g 5 13 FT PK 1 1 Totals 5 B 14 Officials: McSwaln and Daugber- ty. Manna Loa's Cycles Shows It is believed that the volcano Mauna Loa, in Hawaii, pours out iU; lava and is otherwise in a disturbed state at intervals of eleven years, and that it also has a 134- vear cycle marked by major plosions. T5Zn flUNN. SEARCHING THE 6HORE l. imriFNiV iCOWfDONTED BV TWO OF ACE BART S MOOOLUMS ON GUARD, CAN OAN Oft&UrSE , HIS IDEKITTTV AND 1 THIMR1 F THEATRE PfY fW, tTlLIE THE TOILER HE'D HWE TUMPED cS window to O06S CAN'T DANN DUNnT ' i. 1 M I IhE M,V I A COPPER B OR iTHI Y fU It's "Tops" in XMAS CHEER! TOM & JERRY GREGORY'S COME TO Tony's Cafe At Centenary Special Italian Spaghetti Only 15c x-Faii v'ew Ga den orchestra to furnish the musk. i COME AND SPEND THE EVENING MUSIC TONIGHT At Red Gables SANDWICHES WINES BEER TOHIGHT FISH ANI TURTLE BEER WINE Betty's Cafe NORTH NINTH ST. flF I SH FRY STEVE'S TAVERN Jacksonville SATURDAY BEER 5c and 10c Sandwiches of All Kinds. 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