The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 16, 1937 · Page 5
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Clinton, Indiana
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Saturday, January 16, 1937
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PACE FIW The Daily Clintonian, Clintort, Indiana Saturday, January, 16, 1937 Southpaws Reign Supreme HILLSDALE FIVE LOSES AT HOME One Opinion FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH By Davit J. Walsh CLINTON BEATS WASHINGTON IN AMATEUR BOUTS rox m VISIT, TAKE WHIPPING Dana Win Going Awiy Following Cloe 3 Quartert ; Stull , , It H'gh Scorer ,, FISH FRY at the DIANA TONIGHT Alo FRIED CHICKEN Good Music f V-3 i Peorman Leads Newport Netters In 24 to 18 Victory Friday Night Local FigMers Take Four Out of Six Battle l Knockouts Feature Friday' Card t Coliseum . IIII.I.SD.M.K. Jill.. 1H The Hills-' dale hitsketliall team went down lighting, 24 to IS. in a game herel last night with Newport, Conch Nevln Todd tried several ciimhina-J Hons in an effort lo stem the tide, hut the visitor's inovt.nieiitH wen too fust , lo nail down. Pearnian, Newport's diminutive Continued on Pnge (I DANA. .Inn. Hi- llollllng up their giml liiwiinl thn, (lose of the roti-tpst, to nllnw the opponents only one point In the hist quarter, the puna basketball team whipped Rockvlllc decisively here last night. The gnme wus close u rid Interesting until the filial period. At half-time the local crew was nursing a three-point lead, which they extended to five in the third stanza. n - x y mm ; PAWS fiuue rue PITCHIH& GKOVC AND Huaaeu Aee Tops-- COME TO SPECIAL! , DANCING, TONIGHT ltt"lc by thw Provence String Band FISH FRY AND CHICKEN DINNERS Every Friday and Saturday Ice Cold Beer Honeymoon Cafe or -me Tony's Cafe At Centenary GREAT LEFTIES or ALL TIME". MOSC GKOVB LED THE A-U- uiic roc tu iext "Pete" Stull linna pivot man. rather stole the show with Bix field goals and one foul toss. No substitutions were made in the winner's lineup all the hoys were on their toes. Smith. Roikville forward, was the only one of the visiting bnsket-eers who could locate the bucket with any regularity. j Honors Tor the evening's closest lilt go to the curlaiii-rulser, which wan finally won by the lm-nl B team, 24-2:1, in an overtime period.. Sum emcTivtfiess WashliiKton's hitherto tiiidprpatPil Puittlirrs received a Ipmoii In th" mnnly aft ' K"1' dpfensn from the lornl WPA recreation boxing team lHBt niKlit nt the Colifietim, where the highly-touted visitors won two hontn of the nix fotiKht. Only two of the Inter-clty hattles went the limit, and they were the first two. That is to aay, on time went on the evening got rougher, which Is to say the fans got their money's worth. Two of the Clinton victories were knockouts, one was a technical knockout and K. O. Blanton of Newport won a. decision from Buddy Singleton after being knocked down in the first round and barely holding his own In the second. Ilarcns Come Through Johnnie One Round) Barcus, Clinton's blue ribbon middleweight, must have been a little out of condition or something, for ha had to push George Dunbar around for two whole rounds and part of the third before the Washington trainer threw in a towel to end the headline bout. Bobby Graham executed the quickest job of the evening, floor-ronrinued on Page 6 " SCXSCKI .jiil etc FOft. THfc TW NEW YORK. Jan. HI - Cleveland, scene of the Schmellng-StribliiiK heavyweight championship light few years ago, todny wus reported as entering negotiations to take over the slightly harrassed enterprise whereby James .1. Braddock was and nuiybe still Is to defend the title against Max Srhmellng In June. The purported ofrcr of a transfer of site to the Cleveland lake front calls for a straight guarantee or $400,000 from Promoter Walter Taylor, of the Ohio Sports club. The municipal stadium at Cleveland is the impressive structure which, on that hot summer night live years ago, had 80.000 seats and wound up with nobody in them. However, this was a not wholly unexpected development, owing to the eccentric antics of Bill Carey, promoter, who set himself up in opposition to Bill Carey, philanthropist. Willi results that were ordained. Mr. Carey sold eight thousand tickets and gave away twelvq thousand, and when the town became plcaxuralily aware or what was taking place, it responded in a 1 very grasping manner. It took Its busi-uesa to the Mr. Carey who was distributing tickets for nothing, even up and disdained the Mr. Carey Willi soul so dead that he would wish lo sell tickets for sordid gain. The result has always been held up as a token of New York's supposedly anointed right to all heavyweight championship promotions; whereas it proved nothing except that, when ynn have a second rate light, it is a great deal easier to five it away than sell it. MUSIC AND DANCING. Fairview Garden Orchestra to Furnish (he Music. ALL KINDS SANDWICHES AND BOTTLE BEER. urn V IN 1H 0i xenr- 7111 St. l"' in ker was Utile troubl mary: iBitJ Dona "(21) F f I'V DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT SEMI-FINALS OF SOUTHERN GRIND THIS AFTERNOON Adams, f 3 Htrohm. f 1 Stull, c 6 2 1 1 2 1 0 i) :l ......... u Brown, g' . . . Wanner, e " Totals 1" g Dreamland Ballroom Music by Chas. Sihulte Orchestra Dancing 8:30 to 12:00 Ladies 10c Men 25c FG FT PF Ito'ktllle (14 1 eliminating Sentor, H-, 6-3. l,nl"verconip Cook ran up a i l lead on Budge In the openine set. but wag unabl" to hold the margin as Budge befan putting the pressure'on his services.' Grant and Harris entered the semi-finals with straight-set victories over Wame Sabin, Los Angeles, and Arthur Hendrix, Lakeland, Thursday. In the semi-finals of the doubles, Budge and Hemlrlx, winners last week of tne doubles title in the Miami-Biltmore tournament, and favorites to capture the Dixie championship, were defeated by Parker and Senior. 9-7, 6-4. Budge vi. Harris, Parker vs. Grant Today at Nation's Best Continue Play m Florida GioKson, f ft Smiih. f 4 Baiker. f Dowd. c 0 Payne, g 0 Robertson, E 0 lugram, g 1 VINES FINALLY SCORES VICTORY Totals . 5 lfl Officials: Stuteville and Bush. TAMPA, Fla Jan. 16. Redheaded Donald Budge. Oakland. Cal., America's No. 1 netman, meets Charles Harris, West Palm Beach, Fla.. and Bryan M. (Bitsy) Grant. Atlanta. Ga., Davis cupper, clashes with Frankie Parker, Spring Lake, N. J., and second ranking player of the nation, this afternoon in th fpmi-finals or the annual Dixie tennis tournament. Budge and Parker Joined Grant and Harris in the round of four TONIGHT CAfFES DANCING DANCE . AND FISH FRY t PITTSBURGH. Jan. 16 Apparently completely recovered from his recent illness, Ellsworth Vines. National Professional tennis champion, turned the tables last night and scored his first pro victory over Fred Perry of England. Tonight the pair appear on a Detroit court for game No. S. Vines held a decided edge over Perry the entire evening. His whistling services proved too hot to handle at numerous stages and he kept the usually cool' Englishman on the run. - . A crowd of 7,600 persons watched the California star down Perry In the first set, 6-3, drop the second, 5-7, then pick up and wade through the last two 6-4, 6-1. FISH FRY STEVE'S TAVERN Jacksonville SATURDAY BEER 5c and 10c Sandwiches of All Kinds. Steve Giordano, Prop. o z o 2 with resnective straight-set victories geneva"tavern 1 mile west of Fairview MUSIC BEER DANCING over El wood Cook. Los Angeles, and Dorman's Tavern Good Orchestra Your Favorite Beer On Tap Wines Liquors Mixed Drinks Monte Carlo Cafe J 30 1 North Seventh Street BEER WINES Music by Herb Hedges Orchestra Walter Senior, San Francisco, yesterday. Rallying after he had got off to a had start in the first set. Budge defeated Cook. 8-6, 6-1, while Par- By E C SECAR Starring Popeye THIMBLE THEATRE VERf VJEU-- 60- I -but wrRN v rrs I I VJITC HCRfXF T. EH? TO SET THINGS RIGHT. SOLVED THIS MV6KERV HMM I'LL WORK ON TO ;nLm A MWSTFft' ru. c&u- op VUlMPY, HES SMfSRT- HE I'LL 3WE Vft TUJ6N ' s1 VJELL. I OONfT - II THt. MV6TERW.B0T I 6ET VtK THKT CftSE 1 . DfRKA NIGHT rpM r UN' WsTMO VJITCHES- HfsMBURGERS WU.E0 iWftNT THE. 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