The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 15, 1937 · Page 5
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January 15, 1937

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

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i '4 pace riv2 Friday, January 15, 1937 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana THREE SOX ARE SENT TO MINORS WPA RECREATION DEPARTMENT NEWS CLINTON TEAM SET FOR CARD N. Y, PROMOTERS STRUGGLING FOR MIDDLEWEIGHTS Bowling Results and Randall Rose, both of St. i'eleiHhurg, 6-3. 6-3. Grant and Sahlu eliminated Hob Decker and YV. B. Murcuui, Miami and Lakeland. Fla.. pair, 6-3, 6-3, while Parker und Senior were defeating ). (inner llllteh and Roger Mcl.siie. Tampa team. 6-1. 6-1. Cook aud Vernon Marcum, Lakeland, tioiinced Harris and Genu liiihhec, Tampa, 6-4. 6-3. HEBE TONIGHT Each Monday evening from 6 till 8:30, our woodcraft shop under the supervision of Kudy Juulk and Mike Holecho will be open for both junior and adult classes. L'p to the present lime, there hus been a slight misunderstanding concerning these rhiMses. It is to be BOSTON, Jan. 15. Jennings PeluilcKfer, southpaw, aud Alex MiiHiaikls. richthauded pitcher, were sent in lb l.inle Itock club of (he Southern Association on option. It was announced Iniliiy hy Klldln Collins, general manager of the Red Sox. Genrgn Dickey, rulchor, has been opUoued to Minneapolis. FAVORITES KEEP GOING IN TAMPA TENNIS TOURNEY Budge, Parker, Grant Head for Finals; Seeded Doubles Teams Also Have No Trouble TAMPA. Fla.. Jan. 1 5, Donald Undue, red-balred Oakland. Cal.. native nnd America's No. 1 amateur nelman. and Frankie Parker, Spring Lake. K. J., ranked second In the national standings, meet Elwood Cook. I.os Angeles, nnd Walter Senior, Han Francisco, respectively, tfK'lMUW ( lull Madiion Square Gauden, Rival Cornorolinn Serb Gravy in Proiecl From New Fighter GOOD FIELD IN Blilt M3 2i Mil Kb'trhcr m I (in 127, l.inli M9 l:l:l 102 beck 03 125 1711 Wilson 139 I OAKLAND OPEN I lie privllage of all who are inlurHst- ed ill woodwork as craft and who, wish to make useful articles from wood. Whether It lie ouu person or a group of ten persous, we Inivte I" NKW VOH K. Jim. 15 - MikIIm.ii Kuaj-o Garden and Die Twentieth 1'cauity 17.1 HI Handicap 19 15 15 OAKLAND, Cal., Ja',. 15 The Coach George Predict! Victory for Local Boxer in Teat Againtt Washington at Coliieum f y FIGHTS START AT 8 O'CLOCK Tlia quMtlop ! ariiao (o wholhor lh Collanum will b heated fur Ilia CliuUiii-WanliiiiKton ama-tpur boxing matcbra tunlaht. Recreation Buparwlaor Dal Purcell atat-ed tbl aliornooD that a check Mowed there waa no water in the larment of the building, and that greatest field of golfers ever to ap-1 pear in northern California was up ( early today for the first round of the f5. OHO Oakland open at Clare- you to come. At present, we don't have full shop facilities. However we do havo work benches aud a complete general electric saw outfit, which Tolala 638 878 72ft Trihune-Hiar Mud 113 115 1.18 V. Asbury 171 13 l.'IU McClung 137 146 1)14 (lucrii 157 141 168 C. James 163 207 l'.'t Tolal , 741 745 780 here this afternoon In their quarterfinal matches of the annual Dixie vaco' facilitate tbe making of many, temij, tournament, small article used In tile home Bryilll M, njilBy) fil.all, dilninu. THEPtCTURES such as tie racks, end tables, bread! tive Atlanta. Ca., Davis cup star, Cenlury Sporting club today apparently hud muHtcred their forced to east some threatening seowls at each oilier In a nulet, henealh-the-siirface light for control or the middleweight boxers. And the mlddleweights themselvesseemingly dozens of them where there wasn't even a good pair a few months ago- are clustered on the aldrUnes cheering for the winner In the promotional argument. Garden Hum Kdgc On latest returns, tbe Garden holds an edge ill the nianoiievering for the services of the leading 160-pounders who suddenly are spring boards, games, etc. Cooperative HUicvh 10c FRI. & SAT. 25c Bondl lot Under tbe skillful direction of our woodcraft teachers, these arti inout Country club. Close to 200 faced the first lee. Second round of tbe 72-bole medal test will be played tomorrow, alter which the low 60 and IPs will will be seeded (or the final 36 bolus on Sunday. Favorites Include Ralph Guldahl. who posted a 68 during a practice round. Harry Cooper, winner of the recent Los Angeles open, and, Hor-ton Smith, Henry Picaid and Byron Nelson. 158 113 Gulnu J40 '. bclielsky . . 147 148 ZANE Gl 1 Fenoglio .112 (here will be plenty of beat. ,. : . Clinton' W. p, A. rocreulion boxing team In all set for tonight' fray with WaBhinglon' lighting Panther. , "aj Coacb Curt George, who ma cle can be made witb great precision and at a very small cost. The only requirement 1 that each individual must furnish the material from which his article is made. YlEla emrtv Lanzone 137 168 Totals .......... (40 681 and third seeded in the country, and Charles Harris, West Palm Beach, Fla., ace, advanced to the semifinals of the tourney yesterday by defeating Wayne Sabin, Los Angeles, and Arthur Hendrix, Lakeland, Fla., respectively. Kasy Victories Both win in straight sets. Grunt eliminating Sahin 6-3, 6-3, while Harris was advancing with a 9-7, 6-4 victory over Hendrix. rEirv jtiwivi I 145 LS5 109 187 169 745 180 1H8 124 12 131 78 apporinV.. 4 'Union Ire Co. C. JJeveridge 138 Duberncck 13 J 157 158 . only at a charge of the local puncher, is con-, fldent that hi men will tame the I Khaunon pictured Children of school ago are . specially invited to attend Columbia Recreation Center over the long week-end. Various games will be 12(1 118 130 112 160 134 78 78 1 Panther and thua add another scalp to Clinton's belt. Johnny Barcua, the battling bar- ing up everywhere and bringing more action to hoxlng than- the other divisions cnmhiiied. From the Garden's standpoint, chief interest right now centers around bringing together Freddy Steele of Taconia, Wash., and Kddie (Kabe) Rtako of SyracpHe, N. V.. MackU) Knott Handicap Totals In the doubles matches yesterday, ;iitfnfli!i 754 767 803 offered for their amusement. Among Budge and Hendrix had little dlffl-them are dart baseball, Checkers, culty in Advancing over Jim Vullle and last but not least, the decidedly " s sr .its.- c m bas been drawing attention all over the middle west since be ha developed Into a knock-out artist. Bar- popular game of table-tennis, which 1 Wth the in a title bout in February. Jimmy Screen' most Johnson,' Garden promoter, says II Captivating cus has been training bard to get ; In the best of condition for the de-j is probably better known as ping-Pong, Angelina Pangrazio will be in charge and she assures us that a is all set, except for New York Box Ing JJoinujissJon approval and set. COLUMBIA Friday and Saturday sweethearts1 GENE ting the date. In other words, the O. f. Murphy 4!o. Moore 173 188 Tasao 80 .189 Holl 157 137 O. Schelsky 172 146 B. White 158 180 Totals 834 780 Indianapolis Nriva Ricauda 110 168 Horney 12.1 178 Timmerman 151 150 Knott 187 127 Combs ., 164 196 Handicap 23 2-3 170 124 103 189 133 719 133 146 173 115 ISO 23 good time will be had by all who attend. , RAYMOND ANN it Vlr KENT SOTHERN E ' J fighters are willing. Steele took the title fj'oin Mskn last July. Kolly Asks fop H Meanwhile, Solly Krieger. New lense or nis place on the Terre Haute Golden Clove team. George Dunbar, a hard nut to crack, will be the local pride's opponent. Another favorite among the fight fans of the city and valley Is Bobby Graham, a' member of the woU-known "Fighting Graham" family. Bobby, who fights a give .and take affair, will be matched with Washington's toughest, "Bono" Burrls. TlTEfST L teaaaeea York contender, will appear before ,GIRL Totals 768 832 77(1 the boxing commission next' week and requeBt that his 10-roiind bout "FUGITIVE SHERIFF" with KEN MAYNARD and BETH MASON Comedy "OILY BIRD" Also Screen Snapshots Only 10c .. Not withstanding the rainy weather, the W. P. A. Recreation department dance was more of a success than was expected. Well over a hundred people braved the cold drizzle to attend. These dances are to be held weekly as they have become a permanent part or the recreation program, as the aim of the recreation depart B0&AUND NEITN MAN MNCHMT of Wednesday night with ex-Cham OirecltW 4r Hwr4 tWktrtM r pion Teddy Yarosz of Pitsburgh be lTBian jf Helen Diana Bweet Shop Colombo 182 148 Murdock 144 149 .Brazukas 193 152 Ave 156 173 Benetti j06 171 i.i. 1. 1 11 111.111 1 .inmii inn ..11 L.,..iiii ,m 5; 'Hi If 'iH Eye to Future Other favorites that are to ap 191 160 181 155 184 brought back to the Twentieth Cen tury's hippodrome as a 15-round en core, Krlejwf lost In 10 but ap BRODERICK JEmc BLORE ment is to extend social activities parently figures he can do it better Erik RHODES 1 to both young and old. - Sunday and Monday ; in 15, with the winner to meet Steele for the title. pear on tonight's program are: Jimmy Russell, Clinton' clever 118, pounder; Frankie Bodner, a newcomer In the 112 pound class; Jt. O. Blanton, the pride and Joy of Newport; Jimmy Butcher, the boy with a righting heart, and Art Jones, the slow moving cyclone. ' Totals 881 793 871 Texaco Oilers Gilfoy 100 118 170 Stone 148 167 162 Griffiths 146 186 149 Combs 170 169 173 Schelsky 143 178 136 Handicap 94 94 94 "SI ranger Than I id Ion" 'Aci- liuniinond" Terrytoon PLl.S-Cartoon In Colors News of the Day J'ii (octal Revue 10c )e DR. 8. H. SELLERS DENTIST 249 South Main Street Tulip, Turkish Word It is said that the name tulip originally came from the Turkish word for the famous hat worn by the people of that country. f urn rich Sun. "'" "t Krer) tiling! "College Holiday" Tuc. Jack Itcmiy, Miullia Raje Hums a illen, li y Holaud Totals 801 902 884 PALACE-Tonight Clinton, Jndi; ; . III r--ti n--'mnA J I I The program will get under way promptly at eight o'clock with a bout between two local coming fighters, Mike Bpdnar and Max Shannon, as a preliminary. THIMRLF THFATRF . . cm- 1 n Leonard Believes Pastor Will Take Nod Over Bomber NEW YORK, Jan. J B Benny Leonard, former world lightweight champion, picked himself a limb today and crawled out op It In behalf of Bob Pastor, New 3fork heavyweight, who meets Joe Louis at fST ifta ' 1 BOUGHT V I 'sOtAPlH'S M16HTV D SHt UJTI I ' ' . - "4 '- - '"y . ft7,fc''' SgMEBODV ELSE. (OERU FISHV-THK6 ALL ff P05VTHEN J ; - - , V VC-V ' Jr$ V 1 '.--t excuse me- y- -t-ir. ty-r: ou ujitch mNovo I $Wtii ' R - v. : ----r-yf-x" -jsi (she's strge, , MJmy , , Ji - iiim inn n. ii i nTi i r"v 1 1 -1 iii ,-, i - I v.- ,,-1. . ... . ' - iv or, kit. i, rfuodTj,,,., u.:';5i ' i ' "''"" '"" f mvm-l r l" 1 1 : TILLIE THE TOILER By RUSS WESTOVER Madison Square Garden on January 29. ' Having watched Pastor In many of his 23 professional fights and In bis current training, Leonard said: "I expect Pastor to win the de cision. All he has to do, In my opinion. Is box the Ncgrg. Louis is 1 1 - 1 - ii . L.ISTEN, WAULy ((S06H,TltUS( 3"UST A Ml MUTE, DOC BeFOEH 1 ABSOLAJTEUy LISTEN, SHQgT WAVE, J UST CAME UP To TELL. MOT-HE'S AS II -rrr -OKJ THAT TU-LIES BfeEW 11 1 VaIILL VOU DO MB A FAVOR AND GO TO . Mac saw VOO AND tT DIDN'T BRINQ Voe SEE MAC,lWANTTDkMOWj IF THERE'S Awy CHAMCE OF J HIM JiEVEl-OPINe VMEA1C AS A CAT. feE6T H OFF MEJ2 trvia AOEMtklT Tt) VlfXI strictly a counter-fighter and Pastor must make the Negro come to him and box all the way. "Pastor is a better boxer than Louis bow do you like (hat? And he can win this one with bl head. But I wouldn't advise him to try for a knockout. That might prove disastrous, t I ' 4gJ p "Also, be mustn't make any mistake." '. ' lt ! v v vou seed tF HIS Si AMD SHE'S GONNA MAKBV MPul-4 MlMO IMttSlV CAVC SUC Crt U IMl'T lie r . i , I TUB HOSPITAL. I THOUGHT ZMoST PRE HIM TO-J THERE'S AMV sudden AC7iTy, CrA r AMQ rJSB MAC 11 . CEce aci- ' f ' MOT MijCrU L-lKE SHOOT- iT 1 U4ff3 LIO A.mnmiJ ION AMO "TCfftT THE cHAwce IM HIS 1 .t x san. 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