The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 26, 1936 · Page 5
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December 26, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

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Page 5 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Saturday, December 26, 1936 League Bowling American League's Remind, 12u; Nardi. 114; Welker, 114; M. Hendaci, II II. Daniels TaBso. Hill; llerrisford. J :t : lianiels. 12; Fowl, lis; Walker. 1 ) 4 ; Archer, J2. Putter Krust Cooler-, 145: llor-ney, j:tf.: Knkiiiaii. 127; K. Meyer. 13i; Hartletl. 122; C. Meyer. 110. Umpires Given New Pacts With Raises C'HICACiO. Ii 2. The answer lo I hp (UPstion. "Who loves an umpire?'' was uncovered here loclay and It was no one elxc bill William HarridRe. pioalcleiil of the. Aniuri-c-un league. HarridKe revealed that he had sent contractu to each of his i umpires and that all or the contracts called for a substantial raise in pay. He did not reveal how much of a raise was Involved. 'DurinR the depression wo had to retrench a little and 1 asked our umpires lo po alons with us." Har-ridce said. "They did so cheerfully and I am extremely happy to restore their former salaries and boost them, too. "After all. they are a fine bunch of fellows and have a thankless job." Harridce. said all the umpires will train this year with the clubs to get their eye on the ball In form for he season. TKfT( THE CREEPE6T WW. EVER HtPiRD. IT GWES ME THE SHIVE-RS!'. THIMBLE THEATRE IsKrsas&M VfvjicHGoes 4i I J i i : I High individual Tasso. Daniels, 221. . . High team--lifgi'Jii, 2U. Schedule for TucmIu). Ihc. L'!. 7:00 P. M. Pure Miilk vs. Hutterkrust. Daniels vs. Legion. 'J: On P. M. Cllnionian vs. Winters. Mike vs. Itevall. Additional Sports on Page 6 Dr. G. R. McGUIRE Chiropractor X-ray Rervlr. Palmer Graduate. 2351 Btackman Street h-mm.SF.R'. AIN'T A " " ill E-irXCKVN hogoin ; COME TO . Tony's Cafe At Centenary MUSIC AND DANCING. Fairview Garden Orchestra to Furnish the Music. ALL KINDS SANDWICHES AND BOTTLE BEER. ft FISH FRY STEVE'S TAVERN Jacksonville SATURDAY BEER 5c and 10c Sandwiches of All Kinds. Steve Giordano, Prop. WELL.VrMPk - "Si little. cpred- ' LITTLE biTi .sr. . amkrmjan ij:a;i K Standing Teams Won Lost 3 li !! Ill 3 '2 14 14 Hi Pet. ,m;7 .714 .714 .624 .cr,7 .4 2:t .3:).! .:i:s:t American Legion . . . 1 be Daily I'lilltolilun Itexall Siore I'liuion Pure Milk . . American Legion . . Winters llrugs Mike Aulo Body Shop llanii is Produce . . . Puller Krust Hread . Individual Avi-raw Legion Lemstra. 14s; Lundie. 141; Manslup. 134; Kader, 127; Kent ley. 127; M. James. 112. Clintonian K. Van Horn. 14(i; Carev. 136; Tate, 135: Hope. 135; Smith. 133: A. Van Horn. 120. Itexall T. Crilfith. 153: Stevenson. 14u; Boyd. 140; Cafiebeer. 12S; V. Wuite. 128; Main. 117. Pure Milk Tuberosa. 147; Var-da. 143: Mattioda. 142; Ruffaltola, 14H; Nora, 133 Francbetto, luG. Winters Stewart. 1511; Collins. 133; Montgomery. 1311; Asbury. 12l; Winters. 110; Burroughs. 93. Mike Combs. 171; Weir, 135; J. L. S. I', is a cinch over Simla Clara by 14 to 1. So if there's going to be a real upset on New Year's day. ap parently Santa t lara musi ruppiy n ( TAKE OFF VER ) y VOU'EH A FREE MAW, HERE UMTIL. IpE COUI till C Starring Popeye By E. C. SECAR ll'lpft)! pSKS5 lKWjti : T5" 1 I1 f (.louder ) j -ffimkr- mtlifl ill , 3$m: LM it i i r - j i i i k I r SER. HtrXD r' ANOTMULH-dUbft, Warner, the old Master: Howard Jones. buuiliL'i'n California; liucky Pond. Yale. Kritz Crislcr. I'rincclon; Car iiaviidson. West l'oint, Tiny Tlinruhllltl. Stanford, and Malty Mell, Hijuthi'i n Mith.idi.i, hit. among ilios" who voted, Xo Hl Ten Voles ' ! The liig Ti n conference a il'H j lepn Rinleil in Hie poll, owiiu to a, rule pmhilijlin:: its toadies from j forecasting college football results ! Due of the voteis unconsciously achieved the same pornose by pick-, ing a team that isn't playing any-i body anywhere that day. ' "I like Tennessee,'' he confided, "I always have liked Tennessee." j l'itt got an to 5 edge over Washington In the Hose Howl, although Thoi nhill. an old Pitt man, went ! with Washington, possibly as a ges- ture of sectional loyalty. However.1 Howard Jones, from the same section, saw the game as a stand off. But Pitt didn't really take the lead until the southwest conference lined up solidly behind it. Two others, besides Jones, saw the gams as a toss up. Crisler actually voted for a tie. According to the count submitted 1F 1 THOUGHT ) AXFRN0 I'D BE . FR6HTLNE0 ' TO OEfXTH ICOME ON, KACDOJeAU MAC BUT THE DOS "STAV5 MHO OVMM! . I ...mst rir "tli at I BIRD HIT ME WITH-?? 1 t opttcd to uri TO It ..,fv tcii U fi- -r " a I ii ill W I I I I IF i . . - WFJX f VINES LOOKS AT TENNIS' FUTURE WITHOUT PERRY American Ace Says Simon Pures Come Up as Fast as Champs Turn Pro; Budge Seen as U. S. Hope LOS ANIELKS, Dec. 26 "Hood HinaUMir tenuis players spriiiR up just us Titnt us I lu- '.-hiimploiiH can I urn piotessinnal; the lop brand of tennis wil nover lip w'aeu players like Kred Perry leave, the ranks of amateurs because the rnml scramble that will ensue for his laurels will produce a new champion worthy 01 the rrown," Ellsworth Vines, once considered the worfd's best amateur and now kingpin of the professionals unless Fred Perry can oust him from the throne in their coming tour thus views the future of amateur tennis without the Englishman who has won the Wimbledon for his home country three consecutive times. "Perry's record for 193t, winding irp his amateur career, definitely stamps the Englishman as one of the greatest players that ever lived," said Vines. "His victories at Wimbledon and Forest Hills fooled tin critics who said he couldnH com back after his injury of last year. Budge Praised "The victory that Perry scored over America's Don Budce in the final round at Forest Hills left ui doubt hut that Budge is ripe to lake Ills rtlare as America's big hope. "Budge will, in my estimation. In the next world's amateur champion. Von Cramm wtU give him his hardest competition, but I am convinced (hat Budge, with greater confidence than ever In himself as the result of his win over Perry in the faeifb southwest, will be practically invincible." DANCING o z o Dorman's Tavern Good Orchestra Yoia- Favorite Beer On Tap Wines Liquors Mixed Drinks TONIGHT AT Roberta's Tavern at BLANFORD, IND. Beer 5c and 10c SPECIAL! DANCING TONIGHT MuhIc by the Provence String Band CHICKEN DINNERS Ice Cold Beer FLOOR SHOW Honeymoon Cafe 400 N. Till W. C:lllllw. PLACE i ml COACHES CHOOSE PANTHER ELEVEN IN BOWL GAME Top Grid Mentors Pick Winners for Post-Season Clashes; L. S. U. Expected to Whip Broncos lly lAVIS i. WAKSH XI.V YORK. Dec. 26 Pittsburgh, will beat Washington in the Rose ISowl next Friday. Louisiana State is a kick in the pancreas against Santa Clara in the Sugar Bowl. Mar quette is to beat Texas Christian lu the Cotton Bowl. Duquesne Is better than Mississippi State for the Or-anee Howl game. Auburn figures over Villanova at Havana. How do I know all this? As a matter of fact. I don't. It represents the findings of seventeen coaches whose opinions on the various "bowl games" next week were solicited by International News serv ice In a nation-wide poll. Glenn OH. LOOK NO CTSOURPOPPfMl t'M NOT HftHfMRlS WRfD ENO-VOU'RE NOT) .' A APRfMD. S .i . VOO 1 V POPEVEfl, THAT MeS. VANOEHCLUCK. HAD JMi - ,AJlN' I 7-" . J IESAIWWILE lHt GANGSTER, WHO WAS GOING TO KNOCK DAN OFF, BUT WHO WAS DEFEATED IN HIS ATTEMPT BV DAN5 ALERTNESS SLOWLV RECOVERS FROM THE TERRIFIC BLOW HE RECEIVED Tl rL i nni v un - J - 1 ftj? ( tOe BACK. -TO HER, BUT, K . v . r- : ? "i ' V - r w iu6. 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