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0 PAGE FIV. The Daily Gintonian, Clinton, Indiana Wednesday, January 20, 1937 New Heavyweight Hopes WPA RECREATION DEPARTMENT NEWS Entries Pour in For Big Daytona Motorcycle Race SMALLPOX PUTS OUT 3 MEMBERS OF CAYUGA CLUB ment will hold the second of S series of dances Thursday evening at the Moose Hull. Since the purpose of these dunces Is to promote social activities, we extend our Invitation to th entire public. There will he a small charge to help defray expenses with dancing 'ini K to 12. ' i'Ol V. ,1 ' Sib 4 3 .VT:A. 1 DAYTONA UKACU. Flu.. Jan. 2(1 Motorcycle race drivers fr 'Id sialt'S and Canada toduy had entered lor Hi" giHi-uill" national championship road lieuch race which will be held here Sunday. As i ulorful lh Tropics! In all, sorm Kveryonn Is looking forward to the Itecrention roller skutiug Mardl Gras, which is to be held this evening at the coliseum. Tills promises in ! a big uf!uir and horns, huts, confetti mid every thing necessary fur a good linn will be furnished by I lie milium' Hi' i'1 Advance sale of tickets ussurci mh that a lurce crowd will intend uud II has been rcpoilid Unit s.ccrcl group parlies will be there. Probably the blgge-M treat tie pi ci in in will he alveii lv John Alder. He has promised In do i-onie ullra-funcy skating but tils most intimate friends say tlui' Johnny lias never donned a pnlr of the Ihings. Nevertheless, we Intend to hold him to his promise. This should furnish more than one thrill for the entire crowd, so don't miss it. !5 nationally known entered. Including le champions In l-HIII" Ciiinmiiigs, the racing champ in Wt. itrivers have three inolorcy dlllon. "Wild JACK TORRANCE SHOWS PUNCH III FIRST 2 FIGHTS Boxing Experts Wonder if Dixie Mammonth Hasn't Something More Than Bulk at He Develops NEW OULKAVS. Jan. 2" Having quickly and iffuitlvely pushed over a couple of conuiioii garden variety boxers. K M it I Jack Torrance, the shot put nrtlst. has the fight ex perls or the Bayou county wagglut! their beads and pondering. The more optimistic assert thai Torrance is headed for a prominent place in the slugging profession. Home of the local hoys who have a friendly Interest In Jack are wondering what will happen when the 269-pound LouMana State university graduate is pitted against a heavyweight who will come on In and punch to Jack's mld-seitlon. Owen Flynn and Johnny Saxon, the push-over boys who furnished the background for Jack's professional national uutu has entered. MAX A v ... . r nr The list of entries Include Kd Kretz. Pomona. Cat., the HIJti win iclnM in Opponent! Ranki Mltkrt ,Thini Eier for Newport In Opening Gams .Tbunday . Crippled by Hi" Inroads of mnoll-pon. Osyusa's bwiketball leant nhoiild In" sy Vy for Newport's driving attac-k In the opening ,uine of Ihe amiuul Wahatih valley tournament preliminary at the Dana renter starting at T p. m. Thursday. Although Ilia d Incline which ban ravaged Ihla little Vrnillllon county city for dayi wan practically cheeked today, It left a long lint of sick hoys and girls among the stu-denta of Cayuga faigk school, including three youtha who were members of the hardwood varsity. Tate, Hayea and Newell will not be able to play In lha tourney. Also Included among the casualties were Harper and Meeker, dependable substitutes whose services would be highly priced at this Mine. ner: J. Lester Hllllilati. leaning, ra. 19S6 national speedway champion; Karl Robinson. Detroit, 193". dirt track king pin. In addition a score of stand out rlilMron u-lin are interested in drivers of the nation are entered. The race will he held over the fa mous beach road used by Sir Mal LAX tap-dancing are urged to attend Co- ! lumbia Recreation Center today be tween A to 6 p. m. There they may receive instrui- Hon with no cost what ever to them. Miss Helen McClure, who has had several years experience as a dancing teacher, Is Instructor of this colm Campbell and others in setting world speed marks. jo. !?-' joe-. :ws& v m dAu-urr gaucho f.om"cu.- " H"s w TUI7FF MORE IN class. debut, proved easy victims. The mighty Torrance kuocked them out in short order. Jack proved faster than expected and is already hailed for bis "shot jmt" punch, a hard right. "" I'umr Is Ouunled Thus, far" Jack with only a few months experience in the ring game shows up awkward and ill at ease. But Herbert Brodie, his manager, is The meeting dates of Model Airplane classes have been changed to Wednesdays and Fridays. ui,... cl.bau ..hisses leave nrovecl HALLOF FAME NBW YORK, Jan. 20. Three more Immortals of the diamond-Nap Lajo.e, Tlis Speaker and C Yoiiiik toduy-had been elected to join Ty Cobb. Hans Wagner. Babe Ruth, Christy Mathewson and Walter Johnson in baseball's hall of fame ut Cooperstown, N. Y. Of the 21 ballots cast by active One Opinion FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH By Davis J. Walsh RYTEX RIO l ltlMKIl KTATIONKItV f Ultli the -.Intel) inl in or Ihe lu-lone border in exquisite ,alel diadrs. .Miinri I luiuiUiaMU pajior. 50 DOUBLE SHEETS B0 ENVELOPES bringing him along slowly and not i very popular, two instructors are required to accommodate the larie number or attendants. The new instructor Is Mr. Raymond Akers of Kairvlew Park. Mr. Alters is also a member of Hie Hoy Scouts ot j America. j Sixteen new models have been purchased for Ihe use of the class. I permitting him to go up againsi ioo position to talk about the matter, Jacobs is saying the least. All he would admit today was that he knew that President John It. Kllnatrlck was making an ati nouBceiueiit alter the Louis llelir. However. Colonel (harumpfff) Kil-patiick, the well known throaf-deaiiLr, spoke as follows: "Yes. it may be that I'll have something to say soon. Boxing, you see. Etops in file Garden with the Louis fight aiid isu't to be resumed until May. Yes. I think you may quote me as saying that I may hove something to say." This dear and utterly fearless statement by the colonel was for public utterance. Privately, he Is said to be so alarmed by antl-nazi sentiment againat Schmeling that .they say he's even asking the rivul promoter, Jacobs, what the latter thinks he ought to do. stiff opposition until he has had I members or me neUO,. further development. ' II is atafd association, a player had to receive ,a hi- .i, r mi-l al least 151 to lie elected. '' ravuga IImp On Word wa received from Cayuga Tuesday thajt the tows would not be represented In the tournament, but Principal Roy Allbright Informed the Cllntonlan today that his team would be on the floor at Dana, although of the fifteen players originally , entered, no more than eight wlll.be able to compete. Allhrlght said; the lineup Thursday night would appear: Auble and Baldwin, forwards, Hayworth, center, and Onlay and Schwab, guards. Following the ' Newport-Cayuga game, St. Beroice is sciieduled to play,., ParcyBville. and Hillsdale tackles Clinton at nine o'clock. As a rasult f the tragic depletion In the Cayuga rauoks, Newport is a beairy favorite to take the opener. Ed Wright's Hornets are considerably stronger than Perrysville .and Clinton should knock off the Hill-toppers. Dana, host club and considered by many persons as the class of the field, drew a bye and will see no action until Friday night. $1 lieie wit'i , Jaioie. neer ot second basemen, thority that Mike Jacobs of New York Is financially interested in Jack's flsTic career. The W, 1'. A. recreation depart Willi Priming; on KheeU and KnvHmies (irev tlireailloom inHicr with The giant is now engaged In a tour of the south and will not be led with 16S votes. Speaker, greatest of centerfleld-ers. was next in line with 166. And Young, Iron man huiier, was third with 153 votes. All these men will have large bronze plaques erected in their hon- Haciciiiln Blue. Pampas Green taken east until he has had more DANCING fighting experience, He meets his NEW YOKK, Jan. 20. Everybody's being a little evasive about it, but it seems there is to be an "announcement" made at Madison Square Garden directly aer the Joe Louis-Bob Pastor fight next wiaek and my guess. If you want it, is that it may be an amalgamation of the Garden and Twentieth Century boxing interests, combining the best features of each, including Mike Jacobs. If this is done, Jacobs will take the harassed Schmeling-Braddock heavyweight championship fight beyond the long arm of the cloak and suit Industry here and place it In the middle west. Chicago or Milwaukee will bs Its ultimate destination, if this set-up is put throughwith Chicago favored. That much alone I can state with authority, the rest is strictly unconfirmed, although 1 think it's significant that, of three people In a third foe Friday night, taking on I or in the baseball museum at Coop Terry Miler at Shreveport. erstown. or Adotie Grey palm ur border ksign. Koi tlurcadlouni Willi Villa iti own pnlin or bolder de-ilgn. i ' For lelter-wrkiTH . . . North, Kmi, South or Went . . . pcrKOIUll printed stationery uu gay as a caballerii! z o X Dorman's Tavern Good Orchestra Your Favorite Beer Oh Tap Wines Liquors Mixed Drinks securely on the Scottish head of Benny Lynch, aggressive 15-round victor over Small Montana of Manila before 13,000 here. In a preliminary Jack Doyle, Irish crooner, was disqualified in the first round for hitting 'Ast Robinson while Robinson was down. DR. B. H. SELLERS DENTIST . 249 South Main Street ; Clinton, Indiana , FLYWEIGHT ROW FINALLY CLOSED LONDON. Jan. 20. Ten years' uncrlainty over the world's flyweight champiouship was definitely at an end today, the crown resting The Clintonian Hubbell Signs to GJve Giants Good Start on Season By E. C SECAR Starring Popeye THIMBLE THEATRE N uje ujere EEAle .IPI IMfnTDiM t JO WOO VJELUNGTOUOO ARE): THE ONU MfSN ON PfiWTM tFVfC LOVED A V i nriM-r know POPPft. KT CIQT VOU ''TAKE THE H000 OrF, HAGjCiV, voo look i FftQMFfS THPST THERE REMtMbtK Tnt MOONH6KT NIGHT6 bUT F eJMr"7 rrMU HObC HAS 5TOPP0- j TOO CPKT UKt t VAM GO NtW Cat 1 ftBOKKD MV SHIW UQ 7G THINK lOK THAT UOITH ; , t r HAGCiW, HOW IS A FEW iCiAHo fXBOPsRO ANO.VOO ME MAGIC J rH HAMB0R6ER AGO THW OLD v V rlfs66V; MADE LOVE TO nE JEEPy-" TUATIOM torrcH ' a NOW TOOTlN? J r. Mi I lug NEW YORK, Jan. 20 From a pecan farm at Meeker, Okla., came Pitcher Carl Hubbell's signed contract today, A& that means the New York -Giants are about two-thirds ready for defense of the National League pennant. Club officials revealed today that Hubbell was among the outstanding beneficiaries In a general upward revision of salaries for 1937, but declined to say what the rise amounted to. The guess was that his contract called for $22,500, making him the second highest-salaried pitcher in the game, presuming Dizzy Dean will continue to holler for (50,000 and sign for half price or a little better, . ; sjj Paid 17,C00 in 1935 and probably the same last season, Hubbell bit the peak of efficiency with hie left-handed screw ball in that 1936 pennant race, wlauJng IS in a row through the stretch to bring the Giants home almoBt single-handed. He will take tbat unbroken etreak into the 1937 race, along with recognition customarily accorded any pitcher capable of winning 22 games against aix defeats through the season, i He also was No. 1 in earned runs and moat valuable player in his circuit. -tO WLL LLL By RUSS WESTOVER TILDE THE TOILER n: .w-cT-l fiT'i cap a sooc idea if M! look. to hake) I Help! stop: SOO Mt6HT ITS MRS. 60TROCKS He tvmmkS this 50H. WALLV, IF MAC CAME HOVAJ'D voo it'UU S:T TO ANO THEM DlSCOVEictu 1 1 cs Hfct tri"r . 1 1 WAS OMLy a Ttrr pco 6E"T 1 , (Tpa i ! oocs Secret Operative 48 DANN DUNN I BAUPRE SEEKING CRACK AT LOUIS I NEW' YORK, Jan. 20 And still they foaie, hale, hearty and appar-"i entiy sane young men, looking for i an opportunity to fight Joe Louis, " the latest arrival being Tom Baupre, ' a tall Tixan from Dallas. Ban pre, who niaets Gunnar Bar-lund ,iu a la-rouad boat tonight, stands 4 feet-4, weighs 195 and has at least oiw thing In onimon with ; an exchampion. Like Max Baer, be is a former tuitcber. , j "But Baer wasn't mad at any-" body," Baupre said today. "Ha lust played around. I'm mad at everybody I figW. and I could get good and mad at iLouls. I figure I will get lb cnauaV" T'4 GO ON GET t-"'''C7f7Fr- T --N' ' f ICJolf copnereo , . . ,n V, , r?,Q lunwtr WOULDN'T HAVE iENT vwiw l-eviic : WJ nnlU ruwi rwi-i tA ' ' f FOR HEW IN ti-ii-3 i-w-'--- of coufirse she-s mad a lot OF PUBLICITY OVER TH BART CA5E I'LL BET THAT '7n ife It It A'-JS THE Orf ICE.H f RUM THE HOME WHEN HE CeVME INTO OWS DUNN'S .ROOMS BENT ON TAKING BABS BACK TO THE HOME BABti CALLED DAN WHO RUSHED FROM A BAr IQUET HE WAS ATTEsiLnNG. MEANTIME, MATILDA AMD MORTIMiTR APPEAR tit 1 Hl03 cV -- ' T wild ii ; rWr v rt rs 1 m J BLFOBE JUDGE EMAN Many Species of Shrirap There are numerous species of shrimp soma resembling lobsters. They : e found in shallow, sandy places near the shore in many countries. If frightened, they bury themselves in the sand, digging with their tails. Most shrimp arc caught in nets near the baacbea at high tide. DEMAf-JOlNG THAT THEY BE PERMITTED TO ADOPT BABS THEY WANT THE REWARD 6AB"b I'd GOIMS TO GET .