The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 21, 1937 · Page 5
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Clinton, Indiana
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Thursday, January 21, 1937
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A PACE FIW The Daily CHntonian, Clinton, Indiana Thursday, January 21, 1937 Local WPi Boxing Team Goes to DIMAGGIO, JAKE ED GETS NEW PARTNER LOS ANGELES. Jan. 21. Ed I Si rangier I Lewis, former wrestling- chutnpion. was honey mooning hers today with Bobby West, actress, fol TWO GAMES ARE BOOKED AT GYM TUESDAY NIGHT Bedford, 'Finds Preparations tor Booked Match Are Not Extensive LOAD GUNS FOR MONEY BATTLE County Basketball Fans Trek to Dana For Valley Prelim lowing their secret elopement to Yiiuiu, An., Jan. 11. t the best fighter on the home-town-er'a lineup. Additional Sport on Page 6 In the third contest of the Art Jones won Clinton's sec Letrmen P'n t Make Up Two Teem. Tcltle Volunteer Fire Department, Faculty After driving fur slmost four hours and a distance of about ISO nillHS. the Clinton WI'A recreation program's boxing team nnnlly reached Bedford Tuesday night at Just 7: S5 p. m.- -Ave minutes before the drat bout was scheduled to begin In their match with the recrea ond and last victory with a technical Yankee Front Ot'Ve Fenecled to Put up Ruthian Fight W'tK Sensational Rookie Star NEW YORK. .Ian. 21 -1'nle.s the baaebnll experts are selecting ihia time to be as wrong ns possible As colorful as the Tropics! WPA RECREATION DEPARTMENT NEWS knockout over Ytcfiee In the Impound class. ' ; Short Miita h Thus the two teams wound up tion nmuteurs of that city. Cayuga to Play Newport in Opening Game; Dana Nettera Get Bye FINAL BOOKED FOR SATURDAY The local sluggers found the gymnasium on the third floor of s church. Boxing fscllllies are appar the nation will be fairlv ripp"l asunder within the next few hours with a long-drawn out wall that will be heard all the way from Sin Francisco to New York. That, the experts say. will he Je (Little Bambino) Diinaegio refusing the New York Yankee contract which finally Is speeding westward todav. with all the others also eu Two basketball names will be played at the local gymnasium Tuesday night, January 2(1. according to Tony Fenoglln. president of the "C" club, :i:cii will furnish a team for both contests. In the opening tilt, the volunteer Are department will tackle a team composed of C. II. S. lettermen. who for the moat part, have reached a point in years where they no longer really should be very athletic. Fe-nngllo said the games committee would seek the services of such stalwarts as John Gilmore, Harold Mills, "Big Six" Jenkins, and John C.oldner. Firemen nave Mnterinl It would be hard to predict Just with honors even, hut four lights can scarcely he called a mat'h. Moreover, the local new Is pretty upset over the fact that opponents were not furnished for Johnny Barms and K. O. Blanton. two of the best leather-throwers for miles around. Curt George, local ring roach, rought an heavyweight exhibition with Bedford's Hughes, and clearly demonstrated to those present that bis old form is not completely gone. Curt's timing is beginning to come back, and .he appears to be in good condition for the approaching Golden Gloves tournament. Despite the rain last night the Recreatlor department RkatlW! Mar-dl (Iras at tlie coliseum was a decided success, i There were eaclly B9 paid admissions at the (sale, which does not include the tickets sold In advance, but approximately 125 people. Including out-of-town visitors attended. At 10 p. m.. when the favors were given, the old building seemed to rock on Its foundation. Horns blew, whistles screeched, hells ran and children screamed. Another Mardi Gras has been planned for the near future. TOWItiHT ' p. m. Cayua va. Newport. ; p m. St. Bernlce vs. Perrysvllle. , p m. Hillsdale vs. Clinton. VRIUAY route to Iheir respective destina ently poor there at best, and the boys failed to notice much had been done In the way or preparation for the team match. It was necessary to send a lad out for hand bandages, and afier a normal amount of fiddling about the opening light started at 8:50. Uoflnnr Warts Frank Bodnar began the evening for Clinton with pn. easy decision over Shipley In the 100 pound class. Dana vs. winner nam one. -Winner name two v. win 7 p. m. 8pm tions. Boost Is Due Reliably reported to have been nnid xs 500 last season when he es ner nam three. AATOWAT p. m. Final dim. tablished himself among the greatest first year men in the history of baseball, he has been offered a salary boost believed to he about who might go on the floor for the Paul Lyons dropped the second hont to his Bedford opponent, and smoke-eaters, hut 'a wealth of ma .litmnie Butcher lost to Thatcher, 15 000. or a salary of f 13.500 for Vermillion county basketball fans were planning early dinner this evening and a trip to Dana, where Bix of the seven teams swing Into action In the annual preliminary .nmMiiiinii for the Wabash valler whatever he might contribute to DAXCK TONIfiHT The second In a series of dances sponsored hy the WPA Recreation Department will be given this evening at the Mooss Hall. Music for ward winning another American NEW RULING FOR HARNESS RACING NEW YORK. Jan. 21. Tiresome "scoring" the bane of harness horse racinr today had been elim- PFRRY LEADING league pennant and world cham AMERICAN ACE pionship next summer. Bui he expects $;ii.nno hy h.s the occasion will be furnished by the WPA seven piece hand and will begin promptly 1 elpht o'clock and will end at 12 o'clock. inated under new rules promulgated own. recent admission and a battle reminiscent of those between Col. ftl'FFAI.O. N. Y.. Jan. 51 Fred terial is available. A few of the volunteers' outstanding athletes are John fiuerrl, Cappy Dunlap; Her schel Cheek,' Tow Mitchell and James "Boo-Boo" Sullivan. s. The night eap will see the Clinton hiph school faculty playing a combination of ."C men of greater youth but no more talent boy-like James Tate, Bob Brown, Harold Hope and Chick Shannon. The teachers have enough stars for even more than otje team, what with Stuteville, Trobaugh. Lahti, Jenkins, Moreford. Dorset and Tuck. RYTEX RIO I'KINTKI STATMWlSKr With the stately palm or the two-tone border in exquisite ast4 shades, .smart threajjloom paper. 50 DOUBLE SHEETS 50 ENVELOPES bv the Grand Circuit, the governing body of the trotters and pacers. Jake Ruppert. Yankee owner, and Babe (Big Bam) Ruth may be In Hereafter, if a driver cannot get the making. his horse up in even alignment at the starting post, the race will go on without him. Any horse which Is more than half a length In front of the pole horse when the starter Perry.' British net ace, today was leading In his professional tennis series with Ellsworth Vines, four matches to three. Taking two sets out of three. Perry defeated the Californian. S-. 6- 8. 6-2. before 4.000 spectators here. In the preliminary. Bruce Barnes won over George Lott, 6-1. 7- 5, while Vines and Barnes defeated Perry and Lott in the doubles, 6-4. 6-3. The tour will be resumed at Philadelphia tomorrow night. Dimaggio. topped last season among the Yankees by only Bill Dickey and Lou Gehrig in hitting, led the club In doubles and tied in the entire circuit for triples. While he is expected to he the one real holdout, argument from Gehrig and Dickey would cause no surprise. Woodcraft classes will meet at 6 p. hi. at the Columbia Recreation Center and are open to juniors and adults, who are interested in woodworking aa a craft. Rudy Janik, instructor, slates that many useful articles, such as tie racks, end tables, bookends. smoking tables, bread boards, and games can be made. The only requirement Is that the student furnish his own wood. 1 gives the word to go, will be declar ed out of succeeding heats, which A meeting of the "C" club will be held at the Clinton hotel at 6: 30 p. m. today, president Tony Fenog- lio announced this morning. Plans will be made for the program at the means he will he out of the race, and the driver will be suspended for from one to ten days. These rules are expected to eliminate the repeated false starts or "scoring." The Grand Circuit yesterday reelected E. Roland Harrison. New York, as president. DANCING championship. The festivities will open at 7 p. m when Newport meets the unfortunate Cayuga outfit, which will enter the tourney without the services of three regulars Tate. Hayes and Newell. Health authorities will allow Coach Allbrlght to use only those players- which wars vacrlnsted for smallpox at least 14 days ago. Members of the Cayuga squad will be given another examination before the game starts. HnnMi Favored In the second contest of the evening St. Bern ice la favored to beat Perrysville, although the odds are not so great aa to make an upset unlikely. The Hornets have demonstrated their ability, from year to year, to stand up under pressure, which nttn a lot to tourney play. Hillsdale clashes with Clinton in the third act toigbt, and considering the great, improvement shown In recent game by the Wildcats. Marvin Todd's hoys are In for a whipping.. Daaa Passes Dana, pre -tourney favorite, drew a bye again this year, and win not loin the struggle until 7. 'clock tomorrow Bhrht.wben the host school opposes the winner of the New port -Cayuga WW. The ether semi-final gym Tuesday night. With Printing on Hheeta r anil KnvHisjmi Grey threadloota paper with Ha. k o.U. Blue, Pampas Oreen or Adobe Grey palm or border design. Iwiry threartloom with Villa Brown pulm or border design- For let ter-wrilers . . . North, KaM. Sun lb. or West . . . personal printed stationer- as gar as a i-ahallero! o prominent business men to aid in the promotion of the Joe Louis-King Levinsky battle, is being reorganized. In the event the Braddock-Schmellng match la held in New York as scheduled. Joe Foley. z o X Dorman's Tavern Good Orchestra Your Favorite Beer On Tap Wince Liquors Mixed Drinks COLDERBANK TO BE IN TOURNEY Word has been received at the local recreation office that Charles Colderbank has entered the Golden flloves tournament at South Bend, where he has been working for several weeks. Colderbank was a recreation leader in Clinton and an outstanding member of the boxing team. CHICAGO SEEKS LOUIS CONTEST CH1CAOO, Jan. 21 Lending credence to reports the Jim Brad-dock-Max Schmeling championship Bght will be held in Chicago thi summer, was the news today that the Sportsmen's Club of Illinois, organised a year and a half ago by DR. B, H. SELLERS DENTIST 249 South Main Street Clinton, Indiana spokesman for tho club, said, the The CHntonian clnh will aid In endeavoring to match the winner with Louis for a fall date. ' By E. C SECAR Starring Popeye THIMBLE THEATRE r n K HEPUF.Nf,!'. RUT f nMELET' NOT BftCK.ORtftrA8CW, FIUTIM& OUR VsJM.rO. DID V0O HOT KNOW TCd K HFRE-MV REVENGE. m VJM THROUGH rtkN WAAT AJFL f-O TO THftT frM ft VJVTCH fsND UE VJIL-L FLS THROOGjH THE tW btCKtT CrVsl Wte or ON rND THKT t MO lUiTrt THfc. game will be playee at S o'clock Thursday evening, and the final contest ii scheduled for P. . Friday. . Myles and Ring will officiate for the grind. Clyde Mitchell, county superintendent of schools, was announced as scorekeeper, sad John Pickell. Newport high school principal, will handle the stopwatch. THfc LUrrS ft MftGIC 7 Y GREATEST OF IT CfkQ 1 I nON'T FEEL EftbC CHLE.R OR POPtWeJ YhOvJKltH CHtER OP WlrtNTHEYS A Oil af Tl WITCH rVFTER J 7 SmE, POPPft JT til LIRE r :'fn UN6 League Dowling , MtandJisr Team Won Lost Pet 0 l.ddO 0 l.otto 1 .667 CIIbiob Ice Co. 3 Tribane-Slar 8 Indianapolis News ... 2 Texaeo Oilers 2 Diana's 1 1 .667 2 .353 2 .3X3 1 .tX 2 .00 G. C. Murphy Ce I By RUSS WESTOVER Exchange Clue Cooperative TILUE THE TOILER l IP MV THeOBV IS CORRECT HE HOVM CAM SOU TALK Mr" OEAK MB. 3DTBOCK, r vsltt.1. AaWAKEM KSC06MIZ THE AfcOUT ANVTHlMcj EX-j DoCToe I DOC?, VklMtCH IM TUCU VMtU. A.0XtiSE MiOnPL tbi AM EiTWtM3 CUJSln VaIMEM you MOWe .A CHEAF IH- HE MUST TVyi 'SHE THOUGHT IT waS VCR DOS, aOVJM VJ&D LIKE TO HIS MeMTTAI- T'eVtUl-TBt;, inui maifiiu; uim ftvrcTl5 M06JMAL. TAK6 1 HETO-BERT. SO I TDLD HK SO rc TATVDM OFMySHBSH SHOW NEW tvwvt rr is iMMGtHATELY THIS ACCOMFI.IME HOME JD ShE D FIUP ygg i-x-icj wq.a D06T I V IP-a I 1 1 I l T 1 1 la S I I m. M aa, II OaJt-V A 1 r i .sell a a Aa 1C r I am a 1 1 - I J - OF m . - t JT- t-tWC- S I I AT B- nrMC I I I I l I - I AaC KLV-a Osl .'V. IIAI 1 f ' A-S AS SOX rOSSieL. WfheOsle for TliarwUx, Jaa. 91 7:0t P. M. Cooperative vs. Texaro's. Diana's vs Clinton Ice Co. :(' P. M. N'ews vs. Tribune-Star. I L.tcnange Chib vs. Murphy's. TndKMual avers Clintoa - Ice Co. C. Dee Bridge ir.s. Duberoerk 15 J. Knott. 13s. W. Beveridg 125. ShaBBOB 123. Hackle 121. TrHMMss-sHar .hunes It 7. Guern K.i. IteCtung 14. Asbory M6. l-el 1:2. Indianapolis News Combs 12. Tlnitnertuan 168. Horney 149. Rica uda 134. Norton 134. Texaro's Stone 166. MHIs 14. PraiHir 13. Kaaiai 13w. CI Hoy 12s. Dtaus's Bennett! 187. Braxukas 17. Colunibo 174. Ave 161. atwr-dork 161. G. C. Murphy Co. Moore 177. C. Scbelckv 16. Tasso 164. White 13s. Roll i:. Exchange Club Hegarty ln. I.eaistra 135, Cheek 133. Btitt 123. Fletcher 129. Cooperative LaBzone l&S. Bondi 136. F. Schelskr iSS. Peoogllo 134. Uulna 12. . 1 ' ' " - - Secret Operative 48 DANN DUNN OF COURte. THft JOB I WAVE Ti OF COURSE. THIS JOB I HAVE M T "S WOLF AND I WERE MJ OH HELLO. WONDERIN, MR. uN". j 1' BaBS YOU SEEM TO EE LJS AH--'- STUDYING SOMETHING fZA 1 vou A teroiBlE hasd- A SJ KEEPS ME JUMPING ALL OVER THE COUNTRY IT WOULD MAKE IT DIFFICULT FOR ME TO GIVE HER MAYBE SOMEOME WAS A CLAIM ON BAKr-BUT SHET BEEN IN THAT HOME FOB A LOMG TIME AND THEY NEVEP APPEARED BEFORE AFTER AJLL THAT5 HAPPENED I WONDER IF ANVONE COUUD HAVE WOLf; I WONDER WHAT MR. D4N li STUDYIN SO HADO ABOUT HE-5 BEE.N THERE LOOK1N' OUT THE WuNiDOW FOR A HALF a. a. a .""VJ ID Hlaa Tea THE PROPER CARE BUT SHE SAVED MY LIFE 1 1 r i avV r A STRONGER CLAIM ON i-IER Beset ti 187. Jasaes 187, Combs 1S2. Moore 177. Brazakas 175. Co THAN I HAVfe f f i lombo 174. C. Bcbelsky 16ft. Tasso 164. ave 161. Hegarty 160. rTPI High Team Score. Tbarsday, Jbb. 14 Texaco Oilera. 02. High Individual Score. Jan. 14. Jamea. Trihnne-Star. 207. Dr.aR. McGUIRE Chiropractor SiUaaCaa... .on j f CJ ' ' 1

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