The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 22, 1937 · Page 5
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January 22, 1937

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

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PAGE FIW The Dully Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Friday, January 22, 1937 Key Figures in Baseball Trade i Those Missing Maskmen Vermillib County n ALMOST" JJO SOQD OCnC Tournament Enters PLANS FINISHED FOR GAMES ON TUESDAY NIGHT Lcttermen to Play Two Contests to Raise Money for Electric Scoreboard in New Gymnasium Final plans were made last night you KCTCH! YAK- Semi-Finals Tom ght I 2 fffllD (IS1UU.V MATH i " n CATCWCAS " at a special meeting of the "C" club for their two approaching basketball games with the Clinton high school faculty and the local Volunteer Fire Department. The contests will be LOCAL INTEREST RUNNING HIGH IN FISTIC FESTIVAL i j - Many Entries for GoldW fcloves Tournament Through WPA Recreation Office in Clinton Four Team Remaining in Competition; Dana Opens Against Newport CLINTON BEATS HILLSDALE FIVE fought Out at the new gym Tuesday night, Jan. 26, the opener to begin at 7 o'clock. w SKy-- back- ty STOPS SET THE" A large crowd Is expected to wit ness the two titanic struggles. W , WW .. .-. w w which have been scheduled to raise i X ' I Joe money lor an electric score board In the new palace of sports. A rigid profiram or training has been undertaken bv the athletes of its5'. bygone days In preparation for the battles next week. John Gllmour of Key figures in the baseball trade between the St. Louis Brown and Cleveland Indians were Joe Vosmlk. Cleveland outfielder, and Lynn Lary. St. Louis inflelder. Other players involved In the deal were Ivy Paul Andrews, pitcher., and Julius Solters. outfielder, both of St. Louis, and Bill Knickerbocker. Inflelder. and Oral Hildebrand, pitcher, of the Indians. eri- I he IS 11 Wildcats will lead one of the letterman combinations. (1 il- BACKSTOP sHoeaGE! r - - -THAT? TH jHAJOt- 1UGUC PROBUCM V;937 Additional Sports on Page G monr has rigged up a goal in rooms over the local garage, where he re-tiros to practice faithfully and consider the days when only he-men played basketball. " sleep during the course of the Raine. Tuesday evening. Meanwhile tnn Volunteera hit : r W If i aim SiaJna Clinton's recreation department has aroused much more interest In the Golden Gloves tournament this year than last. Our entries to date number 23 agalnBt last year's 14. The majority of the 23 entries have been working out very hard every evening and, according to word from Curtis George, the1 boys are in good condition and are expected to cop some of the winning berths on the trip to Chicago. Yesterday afternoon the local team traveled down to Terrs Haiite to work out with some of the Terre Haute champions In the official Golden Glove training quarters located at the Vigo county recreation center. While they were there, they' were congratulated for their technique and form by some of the Terre Haute scribes. !,.., in in,.tr WRlL'ht. Searing, 160; James Lucas, 135; no iiririnu citizens to overlook . .,,.,... Ruvmntij Knmllz. 175: Hugh Ben- r IKIll U-UaCIl dim iiiiiini yiniitr, . ..u..u - has also1 entered the tourney In the ' nett, 135. r . - Netters Train Hard Harold .Mills of the 1322 Wabash Valley championship quintet has Open Division TlnnisnrlH nf people wait for tills tniiual Mile of KVTliX IWK1.K KIXiK VKM.l'M nrinlml miliNery. Ihniiiir .ImniHry only ymi ran buy RVTKX WCMM KIM;) VKI.I.l'M MtiitlnniTy in donble the usual quantity . . . 10O sheens and 10O envc-lope . . . printed with yrnir Mono-cram or Name and Address for only $1.(X. Two siws . . . largo flat sheets or Kmart double sheets. Hee samples at The Daily Clintonian office. "dv' chances to turn in a tire alarm in order that Chief Wright s Imnketeers will get plenty of exercise. Of course Dow Mitchell is always in good shape; Uncle Sam keeps him on the run. John Cuerri is delivering news papers over a large route as a conditioning move. Herschel Cheek doesn't need any practice he always has been the firemen's best shot. taken up extensive road work. "Hos" sometimes covers as much as 12 counties in three days. He denies reports of a liquid diet. "Bill" Vln-co, star football player of 1029 who recently turnea to the hardwood sport, is said to have hibernated for several days In order to lose no Clinton, Dana, 8t. Bernke and Newport tonight will no Into the semi-finals ot the Vermillion county basketball tournament as a result or Dana's first round bye and Victories secured by the other three teams In the opening games at the Dana high school gymnasium last night. Newport! nosed out Cayuga, 21 to 20, St, Bernice gave Perrysvllle a 46 to 18 trouncing and Clinton won over Hillsdale, 33 to 122. t Playing with the only two regulars i left after smallpox had struck the squad, Cayuga threw a bad scare into the county seat cagers aftes trailing almost hopelessly through the first half of the game. Hayworth and Atibie sunk field goala with only seconds to play, and Hayworth was drawing a bead to toss another as the final gun Bounded. Easy for Hornet The scrappy Hornets had no trouble with Perysvllle after the first quarter, which was close and ended with St. Bernice one point behind. The winners wound up with a total of si field goals, six garnered b Glass. Ed Wright's charges wen hotter than hot, which, combiner with their known talent as ball hawks, meant slaughter. The tow headed' Sheridan, Perrysvllle pivo man, -played an outstanding gamt for the losers. ' Muddled Game The Clinton netters didn't shoot a very fancy stick in their first-round victory but neither did the Hilltop-pers, ' Mister Ring of Pimento wai in the mood for calling fouls mosi heavyweight division and the opinion of many who have watched him work out Is that George will be a cinch for the heavyweight honors. Following Is the list of men who have entered from Clinton under the Vermillion county recreation department. Novice Division Leonard Runyan, ICO; Monte Dotllch, 126; John Evol, heavyweight; Frank Anderson, 112; Art Jones, 135; Ray Trosper, 147; James Butcher, 147; Frank Bodner, 112; Joe Kublik, 147; Leon Blanton. 1126; Dale Reed, 147; Donald Heel, 112; James Mooney, 147; Ed John Jones, 147; Curtis (ieorse. HeavyWelsht; James Russell, 118; John Barcus. 160; Bo Russell, US; Kenneth Pierce, 126; Cy Blue. 126. NOTIOK: The almve mimed lighten will be n-qiihed to attend a meeting at 2:00 p. m. Sunday to be held at the Columbia center on the corner of North Eighth and Anderson streets. This meet, ing will he for the final Inspection, final workout, and to give out A. A. V. cards and also to arrange transportation on thd following Monday. Borne of the outstanding boys in lie various weights are: John Barque, 160 pounds, who was Golden Glove champion In Terre Haute In his weight last year; Art Jones, who Is also expected to cop the honors in his weight and Frank Boduar and K. 0. Blanton, who will push their opponents to the last second for a CLEVER WIFE! Certainly you would call her clever: snc geis a 101 ui and. most important ot all she is a real economist. She- shops at OAKLEY'S, where it Is convenient and easy, saving money on every purchase she. makes. She dresses better because she can afford to, as the money Bhe saves on every month's allowance at OAKLEY'S is just like a raise of her husband's salary. You. too, caa Tie clever by shopping at OAKLEY'S! Bowling ATl'SfOflDPII Kesuirs IS) 1 CLM NATIONAL LEAGl'K ' ' Indianapolis News Rfc-auda 141 141 145 ew TwMed Bit-ad Valuable Coupon hi Kery Imf We reserve the right In limit qnntrtirs.i IVirei subject to market changi! of the evening, and by 10 o'clock, he o. 2 Cans Red Sour Pitted Pie Cherries waso going good. Neither team could start a play often without being stopped for one thing or anoth OAKLEY'S BEST COFFEE Horney 112 125 14S Timmerman 154 1S9 147 Mattioda 170 100 123 Combs r 197 170 177 Handicap 1 1 1 Totals .. 775 696 742 Tribune-Star Leeds 107 169 148 Asbury 152 178 136 (.aim Cans 25c 23c 20c 2 3 3 Cherries SOUP PILEC er. Bob Bennett rocked the bucket witbt four field goals and five free i,n. BAG Tomato or Vegetable Hollieanna Oakley's throws to grab scoring honors. Sum McClung 184 159 156 Ta II Can 21c Guerrl 148 170 178 maries: ; jtitSi Newport (21) FG FT PF James 169 154 205 Totals 760 820 826 3 Cans 29C SALSTlOn Sea Bright Chum ' Hollieanna Peatman, f . . Mack, f Walthall, c .'. Sims, g Van1 Sickle, g Guilliams, g . Laws, g Held, g 3 X 28c Exchange Club Stitt" 139 Cheek 148 lmstra . 141 Fletcher- 162 Hegarty 151 Handicap 71 131 169 184 102 IKS 71 190 142 210 152 153 71 CORN FLAKES TOBACCO Velvet or Prince Albert Fancy Quality Comb Cellophane Wrapped Hack 2EC 3 Ti 29c San 14C Whole Grain Fancy Pack CORN .. 9 3 17 FG FT PF 3 0 2 .111 .222 .611 .202 345 S. Main St. Free Delivery Phone 345 LO U HHappy Fami,y 24 Lb Bag 7 9 c CERTIFIED 24-Ib. bag $1-09 GRAPE FRUIT HEARTS N.. 2 can 2 (' 25c GRAPE FRUIT JUICE n.. 2 2 fa 25c TOMATO JUICE Am...!. 3for29 PRUNES Premier Fresh Purple 17 oz. can 1 0C PANCAKE or BUCKWHEAT FLOUR Pleeting ; 3f- ,ba, , CHOCOLATE FINGERS AReaicookie Li. He CRACKERS WABASH 2 Lb. Box 15c Oranges, Texas. , 15c Green Onions, fancy large 5c Grapefruit, Texas seedless .5c Leaf Lettuce, fresh, crisp , .lb. 10c New Potatoes, 3 lbs. 23c Fresh Tomatoes. lb. 15c Rhubarb, fancy hot house lb. 19c Spanish Onions, large fancy .lb. 5c If it is a real eood Beef Roast or Steak for your Sunday dinner Try Nation's! Totals Cayuga (30) Auble. f Baldwin, f . . . . Hayworth, c . . Schwab, g Onley, g Totals 812 918 818 ;. C. Murphy Co. Moore . . . .' 179 166 1 28 Tasso !57 183 191 Roll 112 158 16 OScbelsky 164 197 160 White 128 159 181 Totals 8 4 8 Referee. Myles; umpire, King. 740 863 826 Totals FRUITS AND VEGETABLES BANANAS W tnt GRAPEFRUIT, Texas seedless 3 tor J ENDIVE head CUCUMBERS, hot house e 10 CABBAGE, new crop J c RADISHES, red button 2 b,un.che,,r: GREEN ONIONS 3 for 10c CARROTS, large Texas " ch 6c LEAF LETTUCE 2 lbs. 15c BEETS, new crop buncn 5c PUMPKIN American Beauty Dry Pack Pumpkin No.ZVxCansC FG FT PF Hb Bernice (46) Glass, f 6 0 0 " Texaco Oilers Fruzier 155 Stone 129 Gflfoy 154 Kamm 151 Mills 144 105 169 163 lr.o 181 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 Williams, f 2 Kelts, f 1 Oorfrneyer, c 4 Debslt. c Brown, g -. 3 Hartsook. g 1 Young. ( 2 . ; . . 733 768 Totals 153 164 158 159 142 776 127 1T,3 106 163 147 3 Oakley's Best 100-lb. Bag EGG IY1ASH DAIRY FEED l&t Cooperative Stores F. sebelsky 109 149 Guinn 131 108 Fenoglio 128 130 Didier 134 143 Lanzone 167 170 Handicap 3 2 Totals . . 1 1 $2.59 $1.89 $2.69 67c FG FT PF .10 4 Scratch FEED Cleans Dirty Hands Without Grit 100-lb. Bag 100-lb. Bag 672 70S !' Total Oyster Shell rerryavlllr (18) CadtTitn. f fcmlth. f Illnes; f Sheridan, c Keller, g Moore, g I.ewBader, g Dunivan, g . 1 . e o . 2 4 . 0 0 . 0 1 . 0 0 . 0 1 Can QUALITY MEATS Swift's Choice Spring Lamb Leg of Lamb lb 151 Totals '. 5 8 17 Referee, Ring: nnipire, Myles. Clinton Ice Co. C. Beverldge 187 170 Duberneck 133 124 Shannon 123 144 W. Beverldge .... 173 176 C. Knott 148 180 Handicap 865 80S Diana Sweet Shop Colombo 163 153 Murdock 166 148 Bratukas 209 157 Ave 157 170 Benetti 166 178 140 112 13!i 154 139 786 164 190 162 233 152 Chops or Steak lb. 15c Srew lb. 9c FG FT PF 12k Clinton (S3) Berrisford. f 15lc Roast lb- .211 DATED Coffee Pound Bag 24c Bennett, f i 861 80S 901 Total Kchunian. f Phillips, c Duns, g Berto. g RonarOTsl. g . . Gugllelmetti, g Bosstick, g 0 CORN FED BEEF STEAK ROUND OR SIRLOIN Lb. 29C SWISS StCallL Tender Shoulder Lb.22C EloIIed Rib NoBoneor Waste Lb.27C BbiliiigBeeSTenderShortRib 1 4y2c SAUSAGE pure pork Lb. 19c ElCat LOa Ground to Order Lb. 19 CHEESE MILD CREAM Lb. 2C Fresh Oysters, solid pack qt. 39c Calas, sugar cured, 4 to 6-lb. ave lb. 15c Fresh Ground Beef, no cereal added, .lb. 9c Bacon, sugar cured Boston style. . .lb. 12c Brains, selected pork or veal lb. 10c Bacon, Armour's machine sliced, no rind 23 1 c Fresh Fish, whiting or jack salmon 3 lbs. 25c Shortening, pure vegetable for all cooking per pound I-2C Neck Bones, fresh meaty lb. 5c 11 11 17 Totals FG FT PF Hillsdale (3 motor OIL A-Prnn 100'. Pure Pennsylvania Oil Winter Test Tdnight-Fwh and Rabbit Fry DormanV Tavern GOOD MUSIC - Plenty of Parking Space ICE COLD BEER 5c and 10c Jones, f .' 2 Hardesty. f 2 Brown, f G L. Iohrman. c 2 Milton, c o Sl-07 2-gal. Can Tax Paid . Jowls, sugar cured, smoked Ib Hoover, g . Dove, g . . . J. Lohrman. lb. 81c Boiling Beef, rib or plate Totals t 2 17 Referee, Myles; umpire. Ring.

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