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Wednesday, January 27, 1937
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PAGE TlV The Daily Clintonlun, Clinton, Indiana Wednesday, January 27, 1937 Three Days Left For Local Stars To Get in Shape Only I li; ti- niiir i1;ivk ii ill il I In Kimm-ii, (Lc Ilk!. School Km-nlty. and ttin "("' flu b will uo shoppi"'; for vuvU oMmt h Hi ulp. Scert-l drills n ml rtkull jmi. Il c liiivt' luki'M up lh'' lime of llii'Mt ul hlrlos uf hyniif Tin "Moyn" of yi'iirn 11-1 tl L'2 -3s- COLLINS SIGNS NEW CON 1 RACT ClIK'AIIO. Jan. '.'7 - Jim my "Kipper" Collins. ex-Cardinal who became a member of the Coin last fall when tin1 c'llcnvo Huh toi U liim ami l.cruy I in in' l'1' In traile for l.i.n U a.-!l'l-:e, ili'ld Hie Korior loihiy 01 l,eillK I lie first member of the I'll s to return h's sl'Ol' d conjracl for t In-sca-uiil. 1'iessiiu liim. tiout'Vcr. was flabby llarlneit. a iio-nil'i-r of I he I, .ill club .1 n. l'1-.. Holly, Almost White Wood Holly is an ulmost v. Into wood, found in this country and in Kurope. It is used for inlay and marquetry, and is sometimes seen in entire top and side surfaces. Ft it nine Named for Island Chypie, the subtle perfume. t;ikes its queer name from Cynrtis. the island that Ins in the c-roo1: of the Mediterranean's arm, oil tlie toast Why U.S. Davis u.s. Msr stars owe ii a f V overt WPA RECREATION DEPARTMENT NEWS The second dunce sponsored liy the W.PA Recreation Depai i inept will he given Thursday evuiii.g t.t the Moose Hall. Music will be fin tili-hed by a si-piece dance orchestra, and dancing wilt begin at 8 p. m. The following classes will meet ut the Columbia Recreation Center this evening: the handcraft class, under the supervision of Mrs. Knthryn Co- Han, from 4 p. m. until 8 p. m.: danc ing, Miss Helen McC'lure, 4 p. m. to IS p. m.; First aid, tleorge MacNair, I 2 p. m.: Weight lifting, Kenneth Al ien, O l. 111. IU O Jl. "I. OH" tll'" plane building, (lerald Paglerlo and Itaymond Akers, 5:30 p. m. to 9 p. HOLDOUTS BOTHER SOX CHICAGO, Jan. 27. Larry Ro-:,' nthal. White Sox outfielder, was uildod to the ball club's holdout list loday. Rosenthal has returned ills 1937 contract unsigned. J. Louis Comiskey revealed, joining four teammates who are seeking salary adjustments. .1 -r .1 ' 1 H 4. y I ' j A. C. of modei ,i S'-na. Mt. McKinley Has Two Summits Mount McKinley. highest peak in North America, lias two summits, designated North pe-jk and South peak. Book Value of Stuck Walter Edwards La.Tquirt, in his book ''Investment Analysis" s;.ys the total book valuu of sloc k is found by dividing the capitai stork and surplus and appropriated reserves by the capital stor':. To find the book value of one .shuic divide the total book value by the riimiber of shares. If inure tlutn on? l-Ijj ot stock is outritandiiiK, Ihe types muut he r;ivor: prcfrrcnec in the order of thc-i uriuri.y. Inferred sti.cU i". DANCING Dorman's Tavern Good Orchestra Your Favorite Beer On Tap Wines Liquor Mixed Drinks o X H MARK EXPECTED TO FALL WHEN RUNNERS MEET Ferris Predicts Ag(rrei(ation of Crack Miler. Will Smash Record Hung up by Cunningham NKW YOlti;. 1!7 lil.lili iiiuiiiiKliu iii'h world record mile -(mil. uot only can lie Iwai.-n, Iml probably will be this scchoii. Iiuu Kciris. veierun of the A. A. V. and one of the grenlesl nulboii-tles on track and field of Ihu A. A. V. and one of the greatest tuition i-lies on track and field in I'),- mini try, Hindi' that iir-'dicflon toihiv. "I expect tn see a 4;nri mile indoors this winter," said Ferris, "tjc-cuiise we will have the gnute-i uu-t'.regation of milers tlo' wor'd lias ever seen competing over the eiiit-t'urloiig route. Several rllllllccK "f'uiiiiliighum himself iniplu better his own mark nr. If nut. then Lili.-i Heccall. the grc:it Italian: Archie sail Itomiini. Gene Venzke, j.Miklns Sxahn, the llum'.arhin champion; or either one or both of the 'Texas twills PA'ayne mid Ulaiue Rldeout might do it, "These twins are only babes at this track game and nobody may say how far they'll go. Wayne has gone a half In 1:51 and lllani a mile in 4:15 without. .being pressed, anil and you're not walking when you make that kind of time. Good Race Seen "Venzke or Beccall may or may not win themselves, but if they do not, they are fast enough to forre the man who beats ihem to travel at a record clip. "And that man is quite likely In be San Romanl. Archie improved wonderfully last year and it's oniy natural to suppose that a young runner like him shoulud keep on improving, "But, records or no records, you can expect to see this winter some of the most exciting mile races ever run anywhere." Understanding life Life is a succession of lessons, which must be lived to be understood. eiding set with a victory. Perry had j trouble in the tenth fcame and Vines hrok through his servi. e wilh the ; Iohs of only one point to lake the match. Starring LiTew , HOMEY, DOM'T POT HE IM THE' SAME CLASS VJITH MAC VtHEM IT KSTAMDlNe THE (OP THE OPPOSITE COME OMTELt- VOUB PAL, WAuuy. VJ HAT'S TBOOBLeJ GET m J..-I-. Ii. . "y, IT MAKE 5 ME BOIL TO I ! I ' I j 1 ! I 1 b 9 Cuppers Fail ;: & -i- -q smm J. A penny -!. tut n t SXALC v iur ws co Mr off. Too Much em.y ICAfOM KAJHiS.' M uli von tytrKuoRKuie HifiKZLr uuim nuBHiys? -Mr tats kmockib CMvrtH we mam lrMavr twjr-- PAUL WANER IS TOURNEY LEADER COITAL CABI.KK Fla., Jan. 27 -I'a ul V'aner. outfielder for the I'iltMhiirgh Pirates, and defending champion loday led the field Into Hie neml-flnals of the Miami-Bllt-more left-handers golf champion ship. Frank M. Criini, nudalfsl, was eliminated In bis first round match. R. Trunibo. Ottawa. III., defeated Crnm, 4 and 2, while Waner was advancing with a I! and 5 victory over Walter E. Wright, Chicago, Waner meets J. T. Rogerson, Miami Springs, who advanced over A. Atherton, Chicago, 4 and 3, while Truniuo clashes with J. J. Carrick, Toronto, default winner over Jack Fiiti'i'ctiind, New York. VINES FINALLY ASSUMES LEAD niCHMOM), Va.. Jan. 27KIN-vvorth Vines, world's professional leimiH rliaiiipion, defeated his English rival. Fred Perry, C-3, 3-6, fi-4, last night to take, the laud tor the first tlniH in their eross-counlry tour. Viney started the third and de- OUCH WHEN I HONEST. MISS EFFIE. I WON'T TDV TO DUN THROUGH WITH YOU BE TO i Started Use of Cloth According to Chinese tradition, use of cloth was evolved from the practice of women carrying their children in fiber nets. Courtesy and tiood Will Courtesy is I he child of fjood will, and when you have in your heart good will to the world, the world will have its roou will for you. PHONE 41 or 117 FOR RESULTS H'ivM' know it; tlie things ... - r f :i,.V n fjn( nWe 41 or I 17. ' M ,. 1 r--iV Jt; (!,p tllingS '-- rfttr f-nrl a ready mar-lint whn they phone 41 or i I 7. F.vervon'' in Clinton it: Clintonian Want" Ath; are alwavs at work for fhrm. ri.lNTONIAN WANT-ADS MOTOR CO. ) By E. C. SECAR RUSS WESTOVER see- ? I knew WOULD M' T . UMDER- TAMD Operative 48 - T..r-., .....r- tt-W. t JJi-..' j. , ml 5 ' ... X SAFE AND AND LOCAL FIGHTERS SEEN AS LIKELY GLOVE WINNERS Wanton, Reel Cop Victories in Battles Lt Ninhtj Three Others Draw Byes into Following Round Knur ninlon boxer hnvc a riiimI (Iiiiik'' I" K ,,le Torre HuiiIp (livlHlun's filnvp team tn fhl- rati) fur the final round of fiKlilH. II wrh Imlli uloil today fiillnwliin a per-uaul of llii' rp'ultn nf hint iilghl'R fltihln nt tlie Hhrine Timil, which rloKinl Hip prpllmlnary roiiiidR In this (liHtrlcl and imved tlis wuy for IIih BHiiil-flnulH and finals to Iih h. lil at Hie VIro oonhly nenl Pel). S and (I. !.enn "K. O." Blanton and Don won their matches for tho local W'lW recreation team last night, while l'rnnk Bodner and HuRh Benne't were eliminated from competition by their slugging opponents. Curt r;eoige, local heavyweight, and John Harcus and Raymond Smalts, light-heuvies. drew liyes again and were thereby shunted on lino the last final round of the, last "roitnd nf battling. Victories Seen Although Smaltz Is comparatively new at the business, and can hardly he expected to win a Onlden filove award in li Is first try, flyweight Reel, Hlanton, Baicus and fleoige aro all given belter than an even chance, nt leant by partisan fans, to win in their classes. "K. O." Blanton lived up to his name In the : fistic arena Tuesday e vening by belting out Charles lloy-er with a flock of body punches that look all the strength out of the opposing featherweight. Reel scored un easy viotory over Kenneth Stevens by left-handing him unmercifully. The Montezuma lad is showing Improvement with each fight, and champion Don Beddow will do well to look to Ills laurels, for he stands a good chance of losing them. Frank Bodner dropped a decision to Ralph Sparks, and Hugh Beimel t lost the nod to Eugene Moore. One Opinion FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH By Davis J. Walsh NEW YORK, Jan.. 27. One Broadway gambler has laid $2. GOO against $16,000 at the current odds of 6-1 that Joe Louis gets himself hopped out of the decision hy Boh Pastor, the old blue from N. Y. C. at the Oarden on Friday night. An-olher is offering to take 5-1 that Pastor Isn't evi-n down there getting sand-papered bv. the canvas any time during the scheduled 10 rounds. And In personal statements to the writer, two great lightweight champions; the original black menace and a first-rate fight manager are not only picking Pastor, but telling why in statements so unflattering to Louis as to border on the incredible.. The authors of these remarks are Benny Leonard, greatest of all lightweights during the modern generation; Tony Can-zonerl, one of the best; Sammy Coldinan, bio manager, und old Harry Wills. ; Briefly, the ' Pastor-Louis fight has suddenly come on within the last. 24 hours from a routine bop-on-Iho-uose job to something that seems to have an outside chance of repeating the Scbmeling melodrama of last summer. The odds were 10-1 on Louis. They're now six and may go to three, or less. Did you know, for instance, that fouis is "an awkward boxer"? Leonard says he is. Did you know that he, Louis, hasn't enough variety to change Ills style against an unorthodox boxer like Pastor That's what I'unzoiiciJ says. And that Louis Is at a marked disadvantage any time he has to think? That's Goldman. And the old menace apparently Just cannot see the new meuace in I his fight because he says Louis will have to punch downward on the undersized Pastor- and "rain't" hope to do it. Yes, yes; that's right. They're talking about the same Louis that everybody agreed was a flawless prlye fighter eight months ago. A WANTED They're Cornitjg, COMING to Our Big MYSTERY SALE OF USED CARS Come and Learn the Reason ;i2-Iir nre hiirp'hlii(T tlulr yH ami j rluwii for (hu Kh.'iit Hnionriicri. J(il,n: (iiildii'T, Jr.. Ih dolim :i liltl' run. y fool work u roil in) I In- cu mi 1 r f ;i , ili'lJiirlnieiit aloi. "Mix Six ".h-n't-l Ins" will in all iroli;iMlily. ) 'h' i li'ti-rmrn'H dt-ad '''. r.nsii t i nfr In:; piofcsKioii. OIlhT sTarw who mi-KottiiiK down Into fh;iie i't Itar-npy (Jlunottl, KviTf li Lyduy, and "Wlldmuu" Milanl. Tint local lire waters am holding nriicit;"' uiidr the watchful eye of Coiifh WrfKlit, goal pnats linve Ih'i-ii set. in thf fiiKltic-hfiuse nnd al-niOHt any nklit you may walk lu and hih Jim Sullivan. Pct HHniH and 'apy Dunlan liiini; away at tui ll(iiiH. Tin- first Ramp will start nt 7 p. m. HOPPE LEADING IN CUE MATCH f'HICAflO, Jan. 27- Willie Hup-1K played like tho hoy wizard of old last ni.L'ht. and as a result today held a 5Q0 to 441 lead over Jake Schaefer in their 2,500 point matrh fur the world' 8.2 Balklino billiard chain plonahip. Bringing into play every shot known to billiard. HopPH won the second llui k of the matrh with ."MS points to SctKii'fi'i's 1!)1. il'ipi"' hitfhrnn was COURAGE AWARD FOR CAMPBELL PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 27 Bruce Campbell, rightfielder of the Cleveland Indians, had been named today by the Philadelphia Sports Writers Association as the "most courageous" athlete of I'KIG. lie was presented with a silver cup at a dinner here. The award was made to Campbell because of two comebacks he made to professional ha ae ball after beinr, stricken with spinal menhir ii is. Mercury Known 2,500 Years Mercury has been known for at least 2, 5H0 yeats. hot its 'Vide use is a development of recent centuries Popeye "THeE-E'S SOMEOME VMHO LOVEfS ME DEAIiLy kMO HE? OBTECHS IMS MacJ r HM-M GUT IF DAN COULD OF BAB5 TUiW Mn OVERHEAR JUDGE EMAM TALKING TO HIMSELF HE WOULD BE ALARMED FOR cc-r BABS "S". JMU ir" m mi. "An X7, &A5 MflDTiMFO HERE rn MATILDA hv THIMBLE THEATRE ' i tooted -me MfGic V I THfMK K the cml HfXGGVA a Vophonf FLUTE mO LOOK ) ( VOL) TOO ) & 6RO0H0 BOMlWW!) (nCvoflMrJ1 ( SvieCTHEftW L.. POROurT.uTE J hi4 JACKSON By I'LL, say -there IS, BAB, AMO Vou VOU T'S youizs naui-y Secret 1 , r - r TILLIE THE TOILER CBYtMs-riN , nwAi-Ly, but VMHAT-S A VA. CTt3 V RerAL-Ly matter' 1 ' ? ' ' 'mlrL NlAC wout-O , .- - i DANN DUNN AN DUNN VISITS PAHt-WV ftHt i-unHucit.- inti i-i.r,c y;..t,v Alsin MATILDA. THE LEGAL SUASSIA.Nn.'.a VOU. HEAR A GROWN UP ABUSING A CHILO BUT I CAN'T DO ANYTHING ABOUT THAT- .... V 1, & I i" 1 A B OU&Hl iu FUi nc iri FVFR WITH MISS EFFIE TMAT HOME IS GOOD GRAFT WON T ABLE BOY, PUT THESE IN THE I only i rrw ow3 j . I ISN'T GOING BACK THERE' ic- voi i r am fiFT MORTIMER the. "home:; where BaBS had been KEPT, TO riNO what sort of a pla.ce: it is so , that he mav decide whether OR NOT HE . SHOULO KEEP BABS WITH HIM OR ALLOW HEP TO RETURN TO r r r- -31 ONI THE PHONE AWAY AGAIN' - jf&nr rfj zr Hides Iron Hags Metal and Paper Highest Pricei Paid A. Dumes Water Street THE INSTITUTION HE OVERHEARS MISS EFTIE CORRECTING AN ORPHAN WHO HAS ATTEMPTED TO ESCAPE. , 1 I i i i . - u

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