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January 14, 1937

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

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1 PAGE F1VF The Daily Qintonian, Clinton, Indiana Thursday, January 14, 1937 BitsyV Big Chance ADDRESSES OF C MEN ASKED - s i ispju SACRED HEART : WINJET TILT Steele Attributes Ability as Fighter To His Low Pulse Tf -DAW LOCAL BOXERS BATTLE TOUGH, OUTFIT FRIDAY DIANA BOWLERS . TAKE SPOTLIGHT AT HALF MARK Hill Crest Loses Feature Event, , Cops B Camet New Facet Seen in Lineup I Card Announced for Washing-ton-Cllnton Amateur Fights at Coliseum; Top-Notch Bill Predicted I Hlllcrest's heretofore high-riding. All men who have earned a varsity letter at Clinton high school at one time or another, but have not been contacted regarding the "C club because they live out of town, are urged to send their addresses to John Aider, secretary of the organization, at 604 Vine street. Alfler stated today that be be. Ileved many C. H, S. lettermen outside of Clinton had not yet been Informed of the existence of the club, and he hopes to reach more prospective members by means of The Daily Cllntonlan. basketball team went down In de- ' feat last night before a band of Sweet Shopper Hold First Five Positions With Individual Average; Benetti Captures Lead The achievement of ' the Diana Sweet Shop team stood out today as Individual averages were announced at the completion of the first half of schedule arranged for combinations bowling In the National League. The Diana keglers grabbed the first five positions.- Jules Bennett! is on top with an average of 179, followed closely by Tony Ave 'with. Introduced Tea Drinklnt Tea drinking ia assumed to have been introduced in America by tha Dutch to satisfy the socially correct "grand dames'' of New ml NEW YORK. Jan. 14 Ever hear of an abnormally low pulae helping a fighter win a title? Sounds silly, doesn't II? And ye', to. such a pulse Fred Steele, the Ta-coma terror, today attributes a large part of his success In winning the middleweight title. "Men with abnormally low pulses have exceptional stamina." Freddy explained today, "and nobody can get anywhere in puch a bruising sport as boxing without stamina which Includes, of course, the ability to take a punch. "Believe it or not. my puIbc l normally only 44 and the average man's pulse Is between 70 and 75. When a doctor in Milwaukee examined me before my fight with Gorilla Jones New Year's day, he thought lie must have mude a mistake and took my pulse a second time to make sure. "They tell me Battling Nelson had a low pulse like mine and that Paavo Nurml's was even a little bit lower and you know what endurance those two men had. "Tbey tell me that's the main reason why I never grow arm-weary nr leg-weury. I always feel as If I could fight all day. And that also is the reason why I can punch juet an hard In the fifteenth round as I can In the first." youthful fighters from Sacred Heart school. The lasers were visibly handicapped by the recent loss of one of their stars. Joe Gunnoe, whose brother, Elmer, played his usual bang-up game. , Sacred Heart's lineup has been bolstered considerably by the addition of Joe Hclegda and Tommy Glovanlnl, who accounted for nine of the winner's 16 points. In the B team game HillcreBt was victorious, 12 to 7. Summary: Sacred Heart (16) FG FT PF Berto, f ' 1 0 0 Marietta, f 0 0 1 J. McLeish, f 2 1 1 Helegda, c 2 0 0 T. McLeish. g 0 0 3 Giovaninl, g 2 1 2 Oldyuski, g 0 0 0 Totals 7 2 7 ITT. The next three. In order, are Johnny Colombo, Ed Brasukas' and THAT 1 IWVIff gRAAIT- Fonce Murdock. Completing-' the 'Big Ten" are James, Tribune-Star, C, Schelsky, iMurphya; Combs, Indianapolis News, and White'1! ana: Moore of Murphy. ) 11 .The Highest single game, 994, was also rolled by the Sweet Shoppers, and Brasukas chalked up the ATLANTA ATOM Friday night at 8 o'clock the recreation department fight team will start throwing punches with the strong Washington Panthers at the coliseum. Washington Is stated to be a slight favorite over the Clinton team due to the number of team wiiiB they have scored. Following Is the lineup as they appear. There will be two preliminary bouts in the ion pound class. To date only one of these bouts hax'e been announced. That Is Mike Bndnar vb Max Shannon. Toam fights In order: 112 pound Clasa Bob Schooley of Washington Frank Bodner of Clinton. 118 Dola Colbert Jim Russell 12fl Mose Mattlngly K. O. Blanton 135 Nelson Tutts Art Jones 147 Jimmle Cooper Jlinmie Butcher 150 Bobo Run Is Bobby Graham 160 George Dunn Jqhmny Barcus Due to last minute complications BiTsy is getti im SHAPE FOB TH DAVIS CUP CAMPAISAl 8Y fUkVlWS IM THE Hill Trest (9) F1 FT PF. best Individual score for one game, 241. Averages follow:' flayer Team Ave. ' Benetti. Diana 179 Ave, Diana ......... . . 177 r ATI ' .1 ' am' ii some substitutions were made. Jimmle Butcher. 147, an outstanding man from last year's team, Is taking Dale Reed's place. Reed plays basketball wllh Newport high school. (;rahaiu cm Card Bobby Graham, one of the fighting GrahBm boys, will take a position against Bobo Burris. Boh is an old hand at the fight game, but with an opponent such as Burris. it will take plenty of stuff to win. because Burris Is also a versatile leather thrower. 'We expect top resent one of the beet. cardB ever, held here," Dale Purcell .Recreation supervisor, said today,." Last reports from both fight teams are In top shape and really expect to do battle. Ticket sales are far better than usual and a ringside seat sell out is expected.' f calmly enough. "I won't say that 'jH. never buy another star. But, If ' I do. it'll have to be somebody we re absolutely convlnred we need in I order to make the club click. I "We tiled to make a few deals at I the winter meetings. We didn't Schaffer, f 0 Hayes, f 0 Provence, f 1 Tyler, q . . 1 Gunnoo, g 1 Maranovlch. g 0 Morrison, g 1 : One Opinion . . . FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH ! t-v ,; . ' i By Davis J. Walsh Brooks, g 0 VINES FLIES TO Totals 4 1 6 MATCH IN PITT WPA RECREATION DEPARTMENT NEWS Colombo, Diana 19 Brazil kB, Diana ...... .-. . . . . 1S7 Murdock, Diana 167 C.' James, Tribune-Star 1S4 C. Schelsky, Murphy . ,'. 161 Combs, News 160 B. White, Murphy 157 Moore, Murpby 156 Lanzone, Cooperative 153 Timmerman, News 161 Tasso, Murphy . 151 Mills, Texaco 149 Roll. Murphy 148 Gulnn, Cooperative 148 Ricauda, News 146 Hegarty, Exchange 146 Cheek, Exchange 146 Fenoglio, Cooperative 144 Guerri, Tribune ,. 14(1 McClung, Tribune 139 Frazier, Texaco 139 Homey, News 139 V. Asbury, Tribune 138 Lemstra, Exchange 13S Stone, Texaco 134 Norton, News 134 Bondl, Cooperative 134 F. Schelsky, Cooperative 132 Kamm, Texaco 130 make (hem. I don't know wnemer we ever will. That's all I can tell you. The absence of Eddie Collin's, business ""hianager. prevented ub from going further Into the matter, as Collins Is known as a very deeo student of baHeball and has all these dntnlls at his finger tips. I am aware that Business Mana-i;er rollings has been recognized for years as ona of the jirofound thinkers of the diamond, first, as a player, then us a field manager In Chicago, and finally as an assistant thinker fur Connie Mack In Philadelphia. I don't want to hurry him In his Boston thinking hut I must say I'm waiting impatiently for the man to get "hot." CHICAGO, Jan. 14 Ellsworth Vines, professional tenia champion, will fly to Pittsburgh today to resume his barnstorming tour with Fred Perry of England, he said today. They are matched to play there tomorrow night. Vines, Buffering from an attack of Influenza and tonsilitls, was hospitalized Saturday night after his match with Perry here. Physicians have pronounced him fit to play again. Handicapped by his illness, he has dropped . three matches to Perry to date. T Floor Show NEW YORK, Jan. 14. Mr. Thomas A. Yawkey, who has been given a splendid opportunity bv baseball to build his way down to the sidewalk at an estimated cost of 95,000,000, wishes to announce today that ho doesn't know what he's going to do with and to the BoBton Red Sox before sendlnK them out for the 1937 aeaaon. II seems that he Isn't Bure whether he ought to' keep on building Into a total wreck or Just stand still and let nature have its head. This course, considering the fact that he finished 28J games behind the "Yankees, comes pretty close to standing pat on a few million dollars worth of failure, but it's not so silly as It sounds. After all. other men have proved that it's entirely possible to finish sixth for nothing. 1 TONIGHT WW i k m Coach George reports his boxing team to be in the best of condition for Friday's program. Yesterday's heavy workout will be followed by a light one today. The WPA recreation sponsored dance, to be held In the Mooso hall this evening, promises to he a big success. All arrangements have been made and dancing will start at 8 o'clock. This event Is to be hold weekly . ...... , Handcraft, claases are being held each evening at Columbia recreation center with Mil. Cogan as supervisor. She report an Increase In attendance since the classes have keen reoraantcd. ' J SHOWS J Beer - Lunches Stltt. Exchange 130) Berrlsford, Cooperative 127 1 W. Beverldge, Ice 125, Beatty, Ice. w , . . . 1 25 Gllfoy, Texaco 122 I,eods, Tribune 120 C. Beverldge, Ice . .' 120 FOUR PIECE BAND Sardines The name sardine is derived from the island of Sardinia in the Msdit-erranean aea, where these small fish abound. Sardines include Hah Tinted Marble In Buildings The two great buildings in classic Athens, the great Temple of the Parthenon and the Propylaea, the greatest secular building In ancient Athens, were both built of golden-tinted marble. DormariV Tavern for Fletcher. Exchange 119 Shannon, Ice 117 Mackle, Ice 106 tve spent anoui ,o( BeVeral different varieties; star players alone since buying the among tnern pilchard, the bristling clu6 "a" few"" years ago." said he, or sprat, and the herring. , By E. C SECAR Starring Popeye THfMBLE THEATRE VOU UJOULDKT ) , f OH-1 BEGS SER PfcROON:! W THE MNSKERN MOSK-M fTRRE ft SZ& W J THOUGHT VftWIVi SOME- rAMV " ""MT 60NER League Dowling NATIONAL LEAGUE Standings Team Won Lost, Pet. Diana Sweet Shop ..19 11 .633 G. C. Murphy Co. ,..19 11 .633 Texaco Oilers 16 1 .533 Indianapolis News ..15 15 .600 Tribune-Star 15 16 .500 Exchange Club 14 16 .467 Cooperative Stores ..14 16 .46 7 Clinton Ice Co 8 22 .267 1 1 aiwi -.k 4 n i n t rvi v tt r wvm FROM THPT OU 6TUMP. WOULD YOU r dSQZf r " -vcy-uc -r- BUT-RUTNOW XT AVf 1 HUT 1 JWI f K- : .... .':r:tH .- Vil I . Iff .(I -k.fc ii'ii I . ' ' " , v u: -. , -. ,...,...... "1 'Bsv2W;:HlLTii:H::fUMM:3r-H!-,'a: 1 ' u, I-". i t..-.. (. " - Tiii sfT iiMii ! Individual Avrragra Diana. Benetti. 179; Ave, 177: Colombo. 169; Brazukas, 167; Murdock, 167. Murphy C. Schelsky. 161; B. White, 167: Moore, 156; Tasso, 151; Roll, 148. Texaco Mills. 149; Frazier, 139; Stone, 134; Kamm, 130; Gllfoy. 122 News Combs. 160: Timmerman. 151; Ricauda, 146 Horney, 138; Norton, 134, ' ' , ...... Tribune C' James, 1B4; Guerri, 140; MoCIUng, t 139; v V. Asbury, 138; Leeds, 120. Exchange Hegarty. 146; Check, 146; Lemstra, 138; Stltt, 130; Fletcher. 119. Cooperative Lanzone, 153: Gulnn, 148; Fenoglio. 144: Bondl. 134; F. Schelsky, 132; Berrlsford, 127. . , , Ice w Beverldge. 125; Bealty. 125; C. Beverldge, 120; Shannon, 117; Mackle. 106. u;l. T n.nnltl ' 179!" AVB. By RUSS WESTOVER TILLIE THE TOILER THAT MAC'S HEAD WON'T WJB TO BE IM ICE MOTH EB. Vl r!1 ' J. S-XIVI I ril fijfJ ?iT """1 AMYMOISC. feuT WHAT HE MEEDS ( r ri'u. aibar My' rtTeXt4 minotes-He was L C jVAlw Vxj auvvs ujoweM- NOVM IS SOME FAHlUAti FACE OBJECT TO BB-INS HIM BACK mrjx nrm msmL TO MOBMAI PUT yOUf HAT 177; Colombo, 169; Brasukas. 167:1 AND OOATOM, -i : jk fi ml it, ii ! i it ii w 's . . u j -t i. ' a. i i r r r i in i i I I v i v it mi - .. -rz it . a a f-y.- i t HUMM. I'M Murdock, 167; C. James. 1S; o. Schelsky, 161: Combs, 160; White, 157; Moore, 156. wr 7 ?i r ; w l vf.Yie ' wr v rrviu .. TO MAC T... t V rm KsT I I I I I. 1' ctrr Kill' II I n I . Bv ,-tkl . 11 y 1 i I H,, jr- 1 1 1 M A . r I r .. :m T j .V 1 I High single game, Jan. 4, 1937 Diana. 923. High individual, Jan. 4. 1937 Ave. Diana 224. 1 i " - '. Secret Operative 48 DANN I DUNI DUNN ; 1 : . m i r Thousand! of people wait for this MinuaJ sale' of RVTBX MXTtl.K KIMiH VEI,tlM artirted. ataUooerr. Durlnir "janonry only y" rn bu? RVTKX DIOOKLK KIKiK TSI.IiL'M Rtalloaery hi double the asual qaao-llty . . . loo aheeu and, 100 envelopes . . . printed " "" Moao-(tram or Name and Address for only 1.0O. Two slses . . . large flat kherta "or smart double aherta. Hee amplea at Th Dally Cllntonlan office i ' ad. T7LOOK OP Al I TUIkJCa EANWHILE, 1 T WOULD LIKE TO KEEP HE W'M ME ALVWAVS., BUT, THEN I MUV IN aNU SHES GETTING i I MATILDA- l 4 rZ; Tbbs is a love.lv fM f t-ITTLE THING 'My If COME l?0 CHEEWUL AND M I ON M BRAWC f I VMOLF 1 I WONDER WHAT V A THOUSAND DQU-AUS REWARD" MORT THE ANOTHER PART OF THE CITV MORTIMER AND MATILDA, THINK OF HER VWELFWJe i m aJTRWDI COULDN'T : GIVE HER THE ATTENTIOrJ HE 5HOUU3 HAVE-8UT IT'S A. PROBLEM I Ca.N,PUT OFF FOR A. FEW OA.V) BETTER GET RECN FOR THAT t L$W&rr LITTLE TMING 3TILL BELONtW 1 urtni iLircl , ' 1 M - w HKNM'oVJlTW MER??J II TO US, VOU KNOW- it mm y THAT CRUEX. -v RANOUETT OF THE - ASSOCIATION. A THOUSAND 0OLLAJJS.', PAIR TQ WHOM THE HOME 7f VWOVVV I BT 1 1 II n I k, ji; ii HAD SENT MS r- '! M IM If. Cl 7T .. BAB'S, READ THE VAIIXED Hides Iron Xlass Matal and Paper Highest Price Paid A. Dumcs Water Street glaring HEADLINES ' IJ i, ,....) OF - THE. LATEST PAPER. , lL fkmf 1 c-reucJ1 Om.e -

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