The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 2, 1937 · Page 5
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January 2, 1937

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

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The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana PACE FIVE PITT'S VICTORY FEATURES PLAY rrfi'i'cr many of (hp nation' P font hall K;im-fi. thinks that Boyd Iti umhntmh, who won the Oram; Howl J.UI110 fur DmiiH'snn hero yon-ttrday. Is tho best hark ho has i'.-n nil yar. This is hie-'h ntaisp, Ind-fd. for diirtnc tho lilltfi tnsmi Tom Thorp whlrh mean ho saw In action such callable tnbnt as Monkey Myers, flirt Frank. Km Sandhach, Utile Mill Inmtm. and the Mossrs. Hur- sweeter piece rif work than that ulnnlng pass in the lust quarter? No. w- never did. And that goes for the 1 7.iMh) others gathered lu the sunshine nf the Oiance flow!. It Has one of those passen that you nad about in boys' books, with Pu- nien laid their hands on hint, rooly, Hrtinihaitgh fousht thm off with his ,free hand until he npottcd Kr nent II fei le, an i-ik, out In t he open and running li -II for leather on MisHiH.sippi Stale's 2 5 -yard line. Then, with a deppcrale hmce. he TORINO CAFE FRIED FISH EVERY NIGHT -BEER- 254 North Ninth Street linch. MandrRhan und lo mention the Notre men. "The only fellow M tin ay, not Dam? work- Oil NEW YEARS Coal Wins for All-Stan ' orient School; L. S. U. MIAMI. FIb., Jnn. 2. Mr. Tom Thorp, who romohow man a eg ' find time between ntffwarc.if.fr M lh( rare (racks, writing a ncwapappr column, and defending ti Is national free style eating chaniiloiiBhlt, to saw in the HUi-sne tratlini; 7 to 1 2, and with no shook himself cb-ir of IiIh Iirni'ii more (ban four minutes left to phi v, io.p Uap' d in the air, and bl fly. Itiii in tn uph faded hack to his own The bail dropped into lb-t ri H I for a pa As he took his stancn aim art he turned around, ami h and swept the fieJd for a possible went on for the touchdown that reteiv. two MHxlFsfppf State ln- I made th- tinal scorn 11 to UV i saw joih HWf-t oiwji. Anion thf i pauipn hp workfd wnr Yale slid Princeton. Army and Navy, Notro Hainn and Navy. IVimttylvanla and Prior (on, and Yale and Dartmouth, name Ha an lit iimlant:h." Thorp said an In yanked at his linen knickers In the drninE room, "was ri.nl Frank of Yale. And he wasn't quite as noun". Did you ever se a Down in Defeat 'ore Bronco Saturday, January 2, 1937 TODAYS SPOFTPARADE, victory by Pittsburgh :.t;lon at the annual Rose THIMBLE THEATRE Starring Popeye By E. C SECAR 3ane featured six new Year's ,dy Intereertlnnal football clashes which drew a combined attendance ol morp than 200.00H persons. The Panther victory ofer the Huskies, pride of the west coast, drew the biggest crowd and packed the biggest wallop. No less than 87.19k fans saw Frank Patrick or East Chicago, 111., cross the line In the first and third quarters, while Bill Daddlo, who rame through for three points on kicks after touch downs, made a sensational 71-yard run rin an Intercepted lateral to score In the closing quarter. Ea4 Wins At San Francisco, some 40.11011 'for ; CScb,-"" kr f vjhatI iTv, Sh sc I; ' -r I . J l .-jal&feN I ... j-jxC- M:-.. JV-V-J (HE THROUGH ITSI if vJELL lfi ( B01XPCR0 KN ' . f cZ r' s ROOF OF iWV7Wr,no I VA ( Buouj ME u FRESH WOUND) - mm, M & j&m spectators watched an all-star team of the east beat a western all-star eleven 3 to fl.when Ken fiandbach. Princeton university quarterpark. kicked a field goal from the 8-yard line. - Santa Clara's running and pass ing Broncos triumphed over Louisiana State's Tigers. 21 to 14, before 41.00b in the Sugar Bowl at New Orleans. The passing combination of Sling-In" Sam Baugh and L. D. Meyer, came through again for Texas Christian and the Horned Frogs downed Marquette's Golden Avalanche. 1 to S. at Dallas. Tex., before 17,000 Cotton Bowl fans. Rcombmh Star At Miami, a crowd of 12.000 at the Orange Bowl saw a point after touchdown decide the game between Duquesne and Mississippi State Boyd Brumbaugh was the hero and the flukes won, 13 to 12. The Auburn and Vllanova eleveir brought the first Cuban national sports festival to a close at Hava TILLlE the toiler By RUSS WESTOVER MAC DOVUM RISHT I'LL SPEAK TD MAC MAC, VOO'LL HAVE "CD 3ljE OP THAT OQ UMtSEATEFUl HERE'S A -AMD SEC AMD Sfcb I .w n 7Z I , (DUE CM- Q13 ELSE J rsr ci:c 1 J CHAMCF VJHERE EOT TILUIBV4HV MA.cE it HAreoeR: FOra ME TO EeciOE Z haspjt t been y U.HAT t rAMK4-XI I J -fl I lis X QAGEMEMT (riAGEMEMT VJE COULD GET S OFF na when they playpd to a 7-7 lie be AWO M.L THAT'S I fore 12.000 spectators. HOLDM6 US V3F l THE a r -1 i y-ktf i. ;. yi . . f. A t i r SH1P OF V BOWLERS BOOK SHEEP DOS. IT'S B VOMD TWO MATCHES HE Two team matches will be played at the Clinton howling alleys Sunday afternoon. The Diana Sweft Shop team will renew their feud with Westvflle at 2:30 p. m. and The Clintonian quintet will entertain Oedings meat market crew from Terre Haute at I o'clock. The Oeding boys butchered the Clintonian outfit by a margin of about 200 pins in tbeir last encounter. T ILUE Cife-oVJ HIS sgT CC ( aufTE SO 1 ( SOUOMS 1 1 I CSAWE MCS Yvj&LX., VIE'EH STILL Sl-I IsOMETlMESlf PARTN3 VMITH "THAT TOLO MAC BATH, BIFF INS-f M &itl7&-.? XNVil M'LADy HEE.BETZT- GOTROCKS 1 fiAflED IF THAT MEANS I VMONDS2 D06 rV Q3TTBM VOO HE'D HAVE HE MEEDS A L,1' lAoSg? fa 1 COME DON'T LOOK MY D06-00ES i ANVTHIMfi "TO "YOU r VMHETHEP- J OUT OF SCC2TS SWAP OUT tmsive eooD scooB-ArasE -that make v 6V I " j IT does f Lop n; , , DANCING o m a Dorman's Tavern Good Orchestra Yocr Favorite Beer On Tap Wines Liquors Mixed Drinks DANN DUNN Secret Operative 48 TAKE THAT CA single SHOT RINGS OUT DON'T BE AFRAID. p." G'WAN. KID- -'r'-L-r "A",' "" OHIF I ONLV HAD A 1 I THAT HOODLUM IS IZ-?-- TT WALK TO THAT - . MAMA OR SOMEOKIE I "J GOING FOR HIS ROD II "?- RAIL AND VOU'LL B BUT V--. WHO WOULD HELP ME I h- AKIO THAT'5 BABt aJ SEE SOMPIN IM "iA BUT I'M ALL ALONE-- I " HE'S COINS TO ). P ' VUM NEVER SAW AFRAID' A-3LT WELL GUE'bfa I MIGHT C N- ,-r-, TO aL P DAJvfi UNERRING, BABS IT'S I DAN OUNN ' A.IM HftJo SENT ANOTHER VICIOUS LAW r Czz BREAKER TO HIS DESERVED END- ALL IS CONFUSION SPECIAL! DANCING TONIGHT Music by the Provence String Band chickenVtnners Ice CoU Beer FLOOR SHOW Honeymoon Cafe 4fl K. 7th rR. CUnum. ON THE SHIP- AS BARNACLE AMD HIS GANG TUMBLE OUT. GUNS IN HAND, HOW WILL DAM '1 .i AND BABS GET AWAV 7 ? MW WE VE GOT TO IF THOSE GANGSTERS TOUCH A HAIR OF DAN'S HEAD WE'LL T??TT3Tn7 KEEP EM DOWN SO THEV 'EM APART r CANT SHOOT AT DAN COME ON FD-LtK-b yt.M,Vr I TQ AWkFRW0 LONG J TISHT l jAT f)lM:fT I SOMEONE GOT j .j j BE a brave voure here, 1&absam, jyf"Jmm' ' I filMP THERE'S wim .FTooh.'X girl-that'll mk.j dan- A ' -. 7 hr., 3 TUT IJV NOW GOOD 'THEY'RE V HOLD 'EM VOU SAVED fl -AVDN .'VTJ X-- I rp . '"' :.n 'I ' J i lf7 C5 DAN AND BABS STRIKE THE WATER TONIGHT AT Tavern BLANFORD, IND. Beer 5c and 10c THE SECRET OPERATIVES, SPROUNDING THE INLET WHERE THE SINISTER COUNTERFEITING SHIP LIES, POUR A RAIN OF LEAD UPON THE efcMS-Ees' Ship - '

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