The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 7, 1937 · Page 5
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January 7, 1937

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

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PAGE FIVF The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, fnd Thursday, January 7, 1937 5 - Debating Shortstop' Supremacy THEVENOW GOES TO GIANT CLUB DROPS CONTEST CLINTON FIVE TO PLAY BAIIIBRIDGE ON FRIDAY NIGHT the cause of his ragged showing. In the closing games of tho match Vines appealed so weary that some feared he was going to faint as ha did in his last meeting with Perry lu Paris In 1M.I when both wora amateurs. Besides that default Vines hud lost only once before lu Ihe Englishman in their amathilr lucls. . I Dana Basketball.' Team in Close Victory, 22 to 18. on Home Grounda r4v I.. 1 rtunu hlph NEW YORK, Jan. T. The New York Ginnis today announced they hud purchased Tommy Theveuow, veleran Inflelder. from Ihe Cincinnati Reds. Bill Terry, manager of the Giants, said he will use Thevenow as a replacement at third base or shortstop. During the last ten years Thevenow has played wllh tho Cardinals. Phillies and Reds and at one time Frank Frtsch said he was the greatest shortBtop be ever played with. u..h,.l'. I..,ubr,ll,nll tnillll hpi,t IIIIU- I TIioiimhhIh of M'oplc wait fr this llinunl hale of KV'I'EX l)K KI.E KIMiK VKI.LIM piirilcl stationery. During .laniiaiT only you can bur ItYTKV DKCKI.K KIKIK VKLLL'M stationery In double the usual quan Illy . . . too sheetK ami too enve-loM-s . . . printed with your Monogram or Name and Adilwss for only $1.(10. Two size . . . large flat hhi'eis or Niiiitrt double nbects. Hee sample at The Daily Clintonian office. adv. record-breaking crowd ringing III his ears and the Jingle of American dollars In his pockets. Perry, who succumbed to the lure of gold and abandoned his No. 1 amateur standing, wrolo success with a capital "S" to his BO-clty barnstorming tour by upHetllng the ilopo and trouncing California's Ellsworth Vines, world's pro champion. 7-S. 3-6. (l-S. 11-4 last nlghl before an audience or 17,i!Sil in Madison Square Garden. Crowd Liked It It was an enthusiastic crowd from the $1.10 rnfler seat holders to the orchid bedecked debutantes squired by young men In white ties and talis who were socked $D.!)0 for each of their court side chairs. The spectators gave the Englishman a great ovation as he reversed his role as 3-1 underdog to convincingly muster the American. The attendance figures set a record for an American tennis gate, and the $rs.ll!).5n tiny paid wns believed' a' new high for any tenuis exhibition in the world It nearly doubled the previous American record of $.10,800. paid to we the first pro meeting or William T. Tilden and Henri Cochet. Ile! for Vines Vines went to bed immediately atter the match with "nervous indi-goBtldn." Rome' believed that was WHO WAS tCi AJS SHOfiXSToP iM 1936 FAHS CiAIM THAT V-J jjl,.. ..TN.' '-0-- ' KfciT sir . . -HC HANDLED jfr V -5 ' 4-1 Auo Douslc PLAYS-- y ' ' ' j, . e 2fl FIELDING . W" 9r,.y " Wildcats Will Seek to Belter Season's Record Against Putnam County , Cagers Clinlon hlKh school's basketball team will Ret their fil-nt test of the eurront season" against naliilirldRe hero Friday night. Aixurato 'dope on the awaited visitors Is meaRer, but It appears as If a second victory might be In store 'for the wildcats. The local cagcrs have lost three of their four starts this year, chalking up a win over Newport, which keeps the county record clean at any rate. In the season opener, a raggedly-played game on the home floor, Garfield's Purple Ragles emerged victorious after a bitterly contested first half. Crawfordsvllle whipped the C. H. 8. five here hands down a couple of weeks later, and the samo week the Cats went to PERRY CAPTURES FIRST MATCH IN TOUR OF CITIES dale lu re last night. 22 to 18. but it was even closer than the score would make It appear. The HIII-loppers didn't give up a point without a fight, and the gnme was bitterly contested from the first minute to tho last. The local hardwood artists led on by two points at the end of the first quarter, one point at the Intermission and still only one point at the close of the thljd period. Sharpshooters Strohm and Adams turned on the heat for Individual scoring honors and a majority of Dana's points. pana's , li team edged out the Hillsdale scrubs, 17 to 16. in anil! her cios'e one. Summary: Dana (!ia) FG FT I'F Strohm. f , 3 1 1 Adams, f 4 2 3 Stull, c. 1 0 1 Brown, g 1 0 2 Wagner, g 0 1 0 Englishman Springs Surprise to Whip Professional Champ; Gate Sets Record for America Paris, III., where tho crack Tiger NEW YORK, Jan. 7 Frederick John Perry of England strode out upon his professional tennis career today with a sensational debut victory" under his belt, the roar of a crew thumped them soundly, as the Tigers are wont to thutrrp most of Totals 9 4 7 llillmlale (IH) FO FT I'F their opponents. Coach E. S. Ktiltevlllc stales that he Is not yet 'satisfied with the line TODAYS 2 1 0 0 SAVE From $50 to $300 1 , On a Guaranteed - Used Car 1935 Chev. Master Coupe liw mileage; looks (Cfl and runs like new. . 1936 Ford U-Ton Long wlieelbase, grain iMUly. New Truck i liiarantre. Kve !WM 1936 Ford H-Ton Pickup Xew car 471 guarantee .......... ViV 1934 Chevrolet Master , 4-door Sedan Heater, radio; In excellent condition .. 3JJO 1933 Ford Coach Urn mileage, ii real buy VvOv 15 Fords and CheVroleti '28s '29s '30 $25 up Hrown. f Hardest y, f l.ohrman, c Hoover, g . up of Bennett, Berrlsford, Bossltck', Jones, g 2 Berto and Phillips, , and another combination may be sent on the floor Friday flight, Bhuman, Dunn. Dove, g 2 Hollars, C.ugllelnieltl and rtoii.lcor si have all been displaying flashes Totals 7 4 7 Referee. Albright; Umpire. Mc Holland. ( Out of Town Printers DON'T Pay Taxes Here ...But WE DO! of hardwood rrfrrh'on occasion which makes", an, observer wonder Markf who ho remembers as a pink DAVTOVA BEACH, Fla., Jan. 7 Just who among the ten deserve berths on thO varsity. Where Stute-vllle's trouble appears Is ill tile fact that the boys who look best lit practice often' look worst In competition with other schools. The Putnam county basketed-? Warns by W'histlinf The marmot, a small . mountain mammal, warns of approaching danger by whistling through its feel. Odeon, Tryout Theater Odeon was a roofed theater in ancient Greece in Which trial performances and musical contests were held. plan to bring over a B team to en 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 printer! don't pay taxes here ... but WE DO! gage In a1 curtain raiser before the varsity tilt. -rr cheeked gangling kid who was a whale of a catcher but couldn't hit. I found him yesterday a-slttln' In the sun on a bench at the Peabody club, where lawn bowling goes on from dawn till dusk, and 65 Is the average ago of the membership list. For two hours I sat beside the little old fellow the never weighed more than 105, even on that February day In 1887 when he reported to the (Slants In KI Paso for spring training).. And for two hours he talked baseball, covering the span from the days when a drop was the fanciest thing a pitcher threw, until the world scries of last year when he hugged the radio and prayed for Kill terry's Giants his Giants to lick Ihe Yankucs. . . . . "They tell me Mill Terry's got a This is' the story ot a man who graduated' from a theological semi-mry. took a post-graduate course wlilnd a bar In a lumber carep saloon, and then Joined the New York (Slants' to become the first college graduate ever to iiluy major league baseball. He Is William MacCoi inick, and : lie Giants he played for were the Giant of 1887 a collection or gents who played the game barehanded, wore moustachios of a size eagles could roost on, and connid-eicd anyone who took a shower more thaii once a scries a sissy. I The once fiery shortstop is 7 now, and settled down In a little cottage that snuggles on the bank of the Halifax river. All his old cronies are gone all save Connie nice, quiet bunch of boys on the Giants now. Well, they were plum-heli-raisers In those days.' We had one pitcher who couldn't win a game If he didn't knock off 'bout a quart before he went out on the field." ' The old Giant said he thought BUI Terry "kicked away, the 1936 world series by plflytng Travis Jacjg-son at third, and that Terry "is crazy if he moves Ott to third base." The Daily Clintonian Job Printing Dept. COLEMAN AUTO CO, Clinton, Indiana Phone 427 We Never Close By E. C SECAR THIMBLE THEATRE Starring Popeye PJ, VCR JUS I SfW.NO CftN KUX I WITCH-BiRD- 5HE J SUPERSTISKUS -ji-ic 1 S Yt K CRrVLY.' BACK'.V I TOOK THfVT TRKT 61R0 KIN NOT P0SS1BW ) COME BrSCKTOy BIRD APART. I X Seeded Netters True to Formjix Florida Tourney CORAL GABLES, Fla.. Jan. 7 Led by Frank Parker, Spring Lake, N. J . schoolboy, seeded second lu the national rankings, the quarterfinal rounds of the fifth annual Miami Blltmore telinls tournament were Scheduled for today. Parker advanced to the round of eight by scoring his second consecutive love-set victory. Lewis Duff, the Canadian Junior champion, of Quebec, was Parker's victim yesterday, falling 6-0,' 6-0. ' Joining Parker In the quarterfinals were Bryan "Bitsy" Grant, seeded third, of Aalanta. Ga.; Charles Harris, West Paul Beacti, defending champion: Arthur Hen- drix. Lakeland, Fla.; Rlcardo Morales Havana; Garner Mulloy, Miami; and Wayne Sabin. Los Angeles, Donald Budge, the nation's top-ranking' player, and also seeded No. 1 in the' current tournament. Is the only favorite rnat bas not Joined the group' of eight. He arrived here yesterday afternoon and in less than an hour was on the court playing his second round match with Jitn Ford. Miami. Ford leli btfore the devastating blasts' of. f)uiig 6-0 The top ranklag" player advanced through bis fitnt rosod match by default of Arlev Parmer, Miami Beach. ITS OEM) LIFE! u, f f H i I I W l.J r S i mm. MA. R16HT tz jjj- ijhrt'f H -ii TltLIE THE TOILER By RUSS WESTOVER rtmrit. -til i . pot vour hat and coat on I'M BIFPIMS MRS. SOT COCKS &uTC! S "THAT'S At-U RKSVtTl I CX3MT "THtWK. MAC VOIU- Fc(c MAC awo irvi uooMM.aui i 'ER (SHEtP 003 'CIEE7 WA TA TCI M 'ETieERll EVEI2 COME BACK-, MR. ROCKS VfttlUL. tfcr a, acxjo c-w mrtB. VaIITH ME I'M WOT-GOIWS "TO HAVE SIMPKJNS, OMtjerSS HE CAM I I ' ... . . . . II VtM 9 T 1 W , I -Vf frl ' -N 1111 1 k.AI T I ,7 m I DR. B. K. SELLERS DENTIST 2491 South Main Street (Union, Indiana . IMTD A PET DANCING v Secret Operative 48 DANN DUNN o laZ o x TOMMY ? HOW ARE NOU? II LOOK AT THOSE ',' .1 OW WHAT A Dor man's Tavern Good Orchestra Your Favorite Beer ' ' On Tap Wine ' jUejwor .Mixed Drinks WHY FINE FELLOW-- ! I I EVES SHINE U- J rri VOU SJfV ACE BART HAS BEEN CAPTURED ? I 1 I I I'LL BET HE KNOWS . f h HEPE, wolf; WHAT A RtlFUL SC-tNL"-A SWEET CHILD AND A TRUSTV DOS IF I COULD JUST KEEP THINGS THAT WAV--BUT JUMPING AROUND THE COUNTRV HUNTING DOWN CROOKS BUT I &UESS THAT WILL BE MV LIFE THAT CERTAJNLV IS FINE HOW LOVELV VOU LOOK IN VOUR NEW 0ES5 HERE, I vWvfT i 111 ev.rosj ia-nn 1' ' 1 COME TO Ml, M III C'L '" . K ; THE WHOLE S.'.NS WILL BE IN JUDGE LEVELS COURT y . i r-:-; don t vuu. VOL) TO KNOW TOMORROW ? VOU BET TA.L B9 I B . . h :i r v , . t I I II THERE 60E5 TWC PHONE NOW. , - WOLF- - i 5 K WUFt L AT V wjii- - v V T1 THERE yrs n To My Friends: I wish to thank my friends for their" patronage during the 12 years I was connected with the Clinton A&P Store. In the future', I will divide my time between the Marshall Hotel and Restaurant, at Clinton, and the Rex Theatre, at Terrc Haute. m . ...,. CARL JEFFRIES I M T I H I XM. i MVt ' 1 7" . I B I . 1 1

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