The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 6, 1937 · Page 5
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January 6, 1937

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

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Wednesday, January 6, 1937 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana PAGE FIVE They're in the Money INTEREST RUNS, HIGH FOR COURT HILLCREST IN TWO VICTORIES Lions Sign Dutch Clark for Coach, Prexy Announces nation went Into professional foot-hall. He was all-league quarterback in the National Professional Football League lor live years, and his Lions were chani-nious In 1 :i fi nnd rated third last year. Wildcats Holding Stiff Drills for Bainbridge Game A hardworking, pernpliiiig ImiihIi of young iiihieten enn Im sci-n nf un itflriiinon these d;iy at clintun's new gvinniiHiuin as Couth K. MATCH TONIGHT 1 Vines, Perry to Play lo Record DANCING Baptists Drop Both Contests Played Last Night by Ln;e Margins llllliresl basketball teams won two deemive victories u: nKh from lives from the Baptist chimb. The winners A team, led by Hi.' tiiinnoe boy, who s'-or d 'u points Crowd at Madison Square Garden; Start of Wide Tour IIEVUIU.Y 1III,I,S, Cal., Jan. ti A man whom be calls "the greatest player in loolball was signed today lo coach thf! Detroit i.ious professional iluh. President tieurce . Itichards announced. The man Is Karl "Hutch" t'larl,. for three years captain mid main stay of the I. Ions. "Dutch" succeed.-(ieorge "Polsy" Clark I no relalioni who rislgned to coach the Brooklyn Dodgers. Siuteville iutH his rlmi'sen through ' tiielr paces In iH-Hpiirutlmi lor thi Itainliridge game here Frlilay night. The hardwood groans as tho thin-1 ch,! Wlldi uts drill, ill 111 unit ' drill j Home more under lie discriminating ye of the luiiky southerner who forj the 11 I'M time this year Is guiding o z o between ihein. more tlmn doubled Hie sn.rr on the opposition In a till which wound it 1 wUh a :u to I.', score. Wuillili was I lie hii- 1,11,, f,,,- Dor-man's Tavern Good Orchestra Your Favorite Beer On Tap Wines Liquors Mixed Drinks NKW YOIIK. Jnn. (!. Willi lh-Hiipf rlliMiM eyi'lirow mill mink rout m l rnllliiK up In llm doors in (III H(i the Tiffuny mnnnnr unci bnx office records fairly killnn into tho tippm' roRlHter, Ellsworth Vines of California and Fred Perry of KiiK-land. Rimtest of all tenuis players, will engage In Ihelr "match of the millennium" at Madison Square Garden tonicht. It in a lonR-awalted mwlhlK, uo( unlike that between Lenglen and Helen Wills Moody in southern France some years ago, and the town is glviiiR it strictly the rUHh act. It has bought the thing out for a record gale of $5 2.0I0. with still a number of citizens bo rabid thai they're willing to take It stand "The Detroit I, ions welcome (lo chance to sign lite greatest pia.vor in football as their coach, parljeii-larly because be has helped the I. ions to phenomenal successes in the last ill rue years." itichards said. He refused to divulge details of the contract. "It is the fiiliillment of my m. bition to coach a properly support y111 '"' U'lxour rue nnr HcrMoac I . , W f I? waai f 100,000 7vy IM,. i. ' . V'CPx ,1t the baHketball destiny of C. H. fi. llundlrapped by lack of heighth. Hie IihiiI cagers are practicing floor work by the hour In all attempt to be able lo compete with loams which run put a siring of six-footers on the floor. The men on tho first ten have beeir showing steady Improvement, but It Is slow work, lty Wabash Valley tournament time, which won't be long now. the Cats should have reached tile top of their strength, ami fans will he able to see how much of this dally labor lisis been in vain. tile losers. IlillercHt's I! Olltlil held the llal- lisss to a lone free ihnnv while gathering 17 points for themselves. Thirteen players were used III gain-Ill:; the smashing victory. The community center A team has been making an enviable record this season anil Is now ready to take on some Junior high school crews from out of town. Contests are played at ilillerest at least once each w-eok. Summary: Ilillerest pi; ft r.r TORINO CAFE FRIED FISH EVERY NIGHT -BEER- 254 North Ninth Street c- . m - im r-i wa m mum ma . wsb. ed cluli like Detroit, and especially a club whiMi offers opportunities for Its players to go into business In Detroit when they finish Ihelr careers." the new coach commented. THMKS HE SHOULD GET $100,000 IH 537 1 I S '-m - . V ing. IVitj-'m tro Debut It will be the first professional appearance - of Perry, the world's No. 1 amateiir who won the Davis BALKING EQUALS Have, r Si harier. f .1. !u nunc, c Marionovlrh. g. . . ''. Ciinnoe. g I'l'oveiiee. f tuc- .,i'-yeai--oiu grimier pjayeil j for Colorado College and after grad-1 I) WORLD'S RECORD TODAYS it cup for England ttnd kept it there for tho last four years. It also will S PORTVPARADE, Morrison, g n Brooks, p n n Ma I lay. g () be the first time In years that Vines l . the No. 1 professional, has been confronted with serious opposition. And, all told, the occasion will rep SANTA ANITA TltACK. Arcadia, fill.. .Ian. IS. Turf followers today were discussing the spectacular per-Orniancc yesterday of Alfred 0. Vamlerbill's filly. Balking, who ruunllpd the track and world s rec-um for the three furlongs, 3:1 seconds flat. Vanderbllfs two-year-old champion. Airflame, set the record Inn year. resent the .definite renaissance of Out of Town Printers DONT Pay Taxes Here ...But WE DO! F0 FT P I'll 0 ft professional tennis, which started out some few years ago as soine thing of u side-street enterprise Totals . . . . liaptMs II Hollars, f. . . Plackbiirn. f. Thomas, f. . Thompson, c. VVnuch. g. . . Kendall, g. , Fellows, g. . Hnsstiek, g. . skulking through the by-ways of sport. It will ho the premiere of a tour DA YTONA BEACH, Fla., Jan. (i It is a mystery to me why the American thoroughbred racehorse isn't taller than a giraffe, longer than a cross-country bus, hasn't got a ooat more luxurious than a sham bets, It is clearly stated 111 the (barters, or whatever race tracks have, that the sport Is conducted solely for the improvement of the breed. In itiy lifetime hundreds of mil- that ultimately must pay-off with the world's singles championship, perhaps even with general recognition of the winner as the greatest of First Stale School for Blind In 1837 Ohio established the first state-supported school for tin blind, and many states auirklv followed. Tola 11 I linns have been spent yet for the life pooed ermine, and can't outrun lire chief's car. Every buyer of printing should patronize the printer who helps support the community by sharing in the payment of taxes. The Daily Clintonian and its employes pay hundreds of dollars in taxes city and county each year. Out of town printers don't pay taxes here ... but WE DO! I became mystified along this line today when I read thai In the slate all ages. The only figure of this generation who call challenge either man on that peint is Bill Tilden. the old century plant of the -courts who tonight wtll stalk, with threadbare dignity, through preliminary natch with Bruce Barnes. Oldest Vested Choit Records of a vested choii at St Michael s Church. Charleston S. C go back to 17!I8; believed the oldest in the United Str.es. of me I can't see much change in the appearance of the horse. The lirst horse I ever saw (a bay five-year-old named hen. belonging to my uncle Orvlllel bad buck teeth, burlesque-girl knees, bloodshot eyej. j ;ind a banker's stomach and so of Florida alone last season ;in uneven $23.4.ri:l,SS4 wai spent on the mprovement of the breed of Anier- 'ean racehorses. T!s;t nnio'int wa did the last one. The millions the sumi shoved in the nari-mutuel NOTICE Earl Smith Has Taken Over The CLUB POOL ROOM Formerly Operated by Henry Myers "I extend an invitation to all my friends to come and see me" Earl Smith, Proprietor. windows at Hialeah and Tropical 1 '""en 1 neipea at all. The Daily Clintonian parks. Some ofty cynics say thlS Another thing, horses aren't fast money constituted bets, but the j enough to Justify the money spent to improve something else. Jus', what it will be I am uot yet sure, hut I have a leaning toward the bow tie. il am reasonably certain that if ftfte-en million dollars was spent on the bow tie ope plight Hw developed that coulcf he decent ly'jkd In half an hour. What do you think? Job Printing Dept. cynics are wrong, for in this conn-, on them. I have seen horses whose BRIDGETON FIVE ! LOSESNET TILT St. Bernice Hornets Go Wild, ' Score 21 Field Goals Tuesday Night , try, where the horee outranks bnl h ' improvement I contributed to that ' the dog and the mounlalu cougar couldn't outrun a blllygoal. I as man's best friend, bets are not Personally. 1 plan to start trying THIMBLE THEATRE Starring Popeye By E. C SECAR ST. BERNICE, Jan. 6 Bridge- ton received a severe slinging from Ed Wright's Hornets last night COME H0ME,P0PEviEVJiTCr OR THE VvHTCH-BiRO NO CW KLL vaJITCW- - - - i leaving here -with the short end of VJITCU-B'.RD WILL GET 10V OUTyl WON'T BOTHER US B'.RO-VOO VJMT AHD SEE - SHE, BE BftCk an overwhelming 62 to 12 score. The local cagers exhibited a cvn x3 -71 I TOOK THftT : r ooW't full of clear eyes and steady hands Dt. dropping In 21 buckets from th field and 10 free throws. Dorfmey er and Hartford led the Hornets spirited attack, but all of the boy were hitting with a high degree accuracy. Norman. Bridgetnn forward alone among the loser compel I with jKt. Rernlrc in scoring snared three field goals and a one pointer. Four players were taken out of the game on personal foulu Humnuiry: t, Bcraire (S2 F( Williams, f 2 'Hans, f , 3 D. 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