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Clinton, Indiana
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Tuesday, August 15, 1944
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Pat THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Tuesday, August 15, 1944 The Cincinnati Iteds, playing on Wounded Clinton Man on Furlough, County Man Lost A.MKKICAN J,KAIK City, Utah, and was later assigned Pearl Kuelalo, Albert E. Parkhurst, to a bomber crew at Peterson Field, j Calvin (i. WiiusetL Frank p. Elliott, Colorado Springs. He and his crew i Eddie Smith, pt rschel Sherman, after completing training were trans-' John P. Boswefl,' park T. Young-ferred to Topeka, Kansas and were blood and Ernest H. Jones, sent overseas in May of 1944. The Red Cross unit will be in On May 31 his parents received a Clinton for its ninth visit on Nor. letter from him telling of his safe 1 4, In the Half-Century Club rooms, arrival in Italy. July 4 he had com-j (Continued riots page 11 in June of 143 at Ft. Wayne. Ind. He also holds the purple heart a-ward. Receiving basic training at Camp Wheeler, tia., he was sent overseas in October of 1943. SKgt. Kdwin Leon Krown. son of Mr. and Mrs. Kdwin Brown. Perrys-vflle, has been reported missing in action since July 27 over Hungary, according to a telegram received from the War Department by his parents, Thursday, Aug. 10. Sgt. Brown entered the U. 8. Ar- nd the scrimmage line, also was dorscd, to be made effective sub ject to approval of opponents of eastern association teams. Navy Forbids 7 Trainees To Paly in All-Star Game CHICAGO, III. Seven men chosen for the Ail-Star Collegiate Football Team lo play the Chicago Hears the night of August 30 at Dy-che Siadium. KansUn. III., were forbidden (oday by Admiral Arthur ft. Carpender, Commandant of Ihe 91 h Naal riirict. 10 take part in the content. All are fn Ihe naval service. Admiral Carpender based his decision on directive issued by the lale Secretary of the Navy Frank Knos that no individual or team would be per mitted to participate in any contest or game which required from station for 4 hours or more, exclusive ol air transportation, Those affected by tne ruling are Bill Godwin of Georgia. Meredith Cushing of Cornell, Bill Daley of Minnesota-Michigan. Ale Kapter of Northwestern. Vic Schlc-ieh of Nebraska, and Jim White and Ziggy Czarobski of Notre Dame. Your Own Taste absencelmr, Dr. G. R. McGUIRE CHIROPRACTOR X-Ky 235t Blackmail Ptcycs li'crtdcrful Fcr'ltcl2 Sib To soothe itching, bumine sktn, apply mdieatad Ikmid ZEHO-a Dosturs) iormula backed by 20 years continue ous success! For ringworm symptoms, eczema, athlete's foot or blemnhesj due to external cause, apply ZEMO freely, toon the discomfort should disappear. Over 25,000,000 paekagsa old. One trial convinces. Only itt. sb. 23, 1943 and received his their home grounds, handed the (Hants their seventh straight de-teat, 6-3. with Bucky Wallers helping to win his 17th victory of the season by driving In two runs. Pirates Tie Second At Pittsburgh, the I'irales went into a fie with Cicinuati for second place by taking two games front ihe Huston Braves. 7-ti. and 5-0. The first game was a playoff of the July 2 deadlock. The up and coming Chillies ad-ministered lo the hCicago Cubs their eighth defeat in a row. Wildcat Gridiron Mentors Get Set For Fall Season Coaches McCool, Burton Call Prospective Players For Meeting Friday A. M. Find ttigna of fall fn Clinton cani-fnto sijjht toady a CI (n ton High School football coach- B. h. 5k-Cool and Robert Hurt on cail4 a mfretinsc of all football prospf-cis for the 1S44 Wildcat Kquad at 9 a. m Friday, Aug. JH at th h.tfb ncliool jryrnnas.urn. Boy who have had gridiron -x-peri-a:e a w-ll as my who are (rjinjf out for the o.uad for the first time are st-xp-eted to report. Ltor-lor' eeriitieate forms, to be filled out before the boy can start praetire, will le given each pros-peelive player, Kfiufpment will be iuued In pre- . ' .,., .... , .. , ... "T !ara""" 'u7.. a rat ion for the finrt practise ses wo" AU ' . sion Monday, Aug. 21 ""m" "! The Wildcat s.-h-dule for the coming season has very few soft fepots with five of the frames scheduled at home and four away. Three n-w ' .... . w. JJ .. i "'""' a"d 1 f i t basic training at St. Petersburg. Kla. i in jaJr of 1943 he graduated from gunnery school at Tyudall Field. Fla.. and was transferred to radio and code school at Sioux Falls, S. D. He entered this school on June 17 5 and graduated Dec. 14. On Christmas he was enroule to the reassignment center at Salt Lakejnated blood Included Mr. Clark, Mrs. Tells the Tale... "It's the Clubs Won Lost Pel. St. Louis 66 Boston 60 Detroit . 57 New Vork 5 Chicago 52 Cleveland 53 Philadelphia 51 Washington 47 .51)5 ..545 .523 .51 .473 .4M ' .451 .427 NATIONAL I.KK.I i: Clubs Won Ust I'M SI. Louis 7 Cincinnati SO I'ftisburgh SO Chicago 47 New Vork 50 Philadelphia 42 llosion 43 Brooklyn 43 2 45 45 55 59 61 64 66 .73 .571 .571 .461 .45S .4 S .402 .334 AMKIIK AN ASSOCIATION Clubs Won Lost Pet. Milwaukee 2 3 .67 Louisville 72 4s .600 Toledo 72 4S .600 Columbus 67 55 .549 HI. Paul 63 53 .543 'Minneapolis 45 75 .375 Indianapolis 41 76 .350 Kansas City 34 82 .243 loes not include second game. Five (Wul Rules I.evisctlforil Season in Fast .Nfcn I'JKh, 1. lie ision 01 five lootbal. rule,. Including a ban on out-of-bounds kickoffs. was an Bounced today by the executive com mittee of the Kastern Intercollegl- late Football Association following a special meeting In New York. The action followed . poll of as- men.s in the face of a recent Nat- ional Collegiate Aviation announeenieni tnai no cnan-s would be made in football rule, for ,k -"" The ' rules, to be foliowvd in f games 01 games of eastern association affiliates this coming season, include lie-sides the prohibition of out-of-bounds kickoffs permission to use a one-inch artificial tee for kick-offs, less severe penalties for illegal forward passes when made l,e-j-ond Ihe scrimmage line or when made by the team which did no put the ball in play, restoration or the interpretation of the offside rule in effect before ihe regulation penalizing the pluyer firtft going ill' w hether or not the ball was paKKed. and permitting advance by either leans of all recovered fumbled balls. KH 111 another change, permitting forward passing from any point be- No wonder so roonv thousands, today, ore telling their friends, "Sterling's the brew for you." They know there's no resisting that longy oil-grain losle os .dt'licious ond refreshing now as always.' But, remember , good things go first. So try Sterling os soon as you con ond lei your own tongue tell you "It's fhe brew for you!" .. " SrntiHC IMwrss, Inc., tr-jsiWlls, ld. , A . soclniioB members which was said '""'.r'KTTVri'" have an overwhelming "an,a,'ir KhU,;Par' demand for immediate rule adjust- nam appear on the schedule, Paris, 7? -'-v-r r j . Red SoxCut Down Browns' erican Lead St. Louisa ns Trip In Boston Circuit; Cooper W ins 16th for Cards; . Cubs Lose 8th Straight SEW VOItK. N. Y. The St. Loot Browns' lead in the American Iacne standing was nil la five aad a half gain'- today, following a fi-lo-1 defeat at the hands of the second-place Ked Sot in lleantown yesterday. Right - hander Kmmet O'Neill limited Ihe Browns lo four hiis. while the Hoi stored 1 1 of their 1 2 bits off B"nny (ialeboiise. who way trying for his siith consecutive win. The Bostonians didn't sian to go lo town until the siith inning when they chalked up six singles and three runs. In the seienth the Sox scored their fourth and firth rune when, with two out. I-eon Culberl-son was scored by Ceorge Metko-Tich's fifth homer of the season. Athletics i'nmr trim Itehind In Detroit, the Athletics came from behind in the fourth frame lo score a 7-5 win in the third game of their series with the Tigers. Tigers tallied five runs off Hobo Newsoro in' thff find fhree innings, bet In f.nrth th A ruhd over fie ;. knoekrng Ror Henshaw r the turn, and in the fifth frame 7;.io.ed through with the two win- .nie. scored off Johnnr Oor - 1," . Fh. T.okee, defeated the White floxt 2 to 1. in sweltering New Xork but required thirteen Innings SSrt ? Oe White ios had the v.i: l-7.e t- he Nick Et.en smashed . homer into the rieht - f.iH mtandK Tied l'th Tnt Plained tied the .h .hen I..ndelL on third, scor- -- . Ml mi a wild tirow hv Chicaen third " - . --1 Yankee burler Krnie Bonham went all the way to score bis ninth win of the season. f In Washington, the Nationals . took the Cleveland Indians, H-5, makin. it three in a row. . ! Bent Dodger 3rd Time I Over in the National League, I Mort. Cooper won his 1 th victory i for tbe league-leading Cardinals, who scored their third straight victory over the Dodgers, 4-2. RUDDER STAMPS For Every Piirjwse 48-Hour Service THE DAILY CUMTONIAN 9 z IN nest ure maoc Uuy today . . . a new iMoayear. S oar first caoir lor cam oaat-ity, extra vaiue ... a safe. sound, good - leaking- GuMyear i'fr lof-g, low-ct mt!ea?e. Vi'eVe got 'ess now 16 05 o bnng m ytm ertificalc todajr. irun iMXt O-i NINTH & EOGART L!0BILGAS STATION ' KiAii.ifrT I I pleted his 13 mission and on July 20, he said he had completed his 20 mission and had been in the hospital one week but was all right. He graduated from Perrysville high school with the class of 1941. Besides his parents, he has five brothers and sisters. Merle Carlin Second County Member of Red Cross Gallon Club (Continued from nag II The largest group to donate blood so far In the Clinton center was made up of employes of the Donald A. Clark garage in Cayuga, she said. Employes of the shop who do- Brew for You! iV AMERICA'S CHOICEST I ' ' hair - zss flvlirrMi . . - Oersfineyer Th (TVrre Haute) and V""" Za TuZ' Washington (Indianapolisf. The schedule includ-; ept. 15, r""' h"r": W,v"! ' fc. ,,,1"' 9. ' W'.lft' i:..?"'.1- ilianieio. mere; tm. zw. I'rinceton. . '. . ... . . . there; ov. 3, Washington 01 inoi- anaMlis, here; Nov. 10, Brazil, here and Hot. 17, Sullivan, there. Major League Scoreboard IMSFK W.L AMKiSK'AX 1.1-A;i K (hicatro (Haynesf at Xew IZuber). . Cleveland (Smith) at Washington t.Viggeling) might). Detroit (Overioire) at Philedlpliia j I Hamlin I. St. Louis (Jaekueki) at Boston rTerrvt. ' - SATIOW ti. ..kUV. - ' "Stfe Tork f.'ldnian1 at ( Inchi-nall (De Ii Cruz) tnight). Brrmklrn (Webber) at St. Louis (Jurisicii) (night). Boston (Andrews) at Pittsburgh (Cueeurrullo) (niebt). Philadelphia IKehanz) at Cfahrago (Vandenlerg. riiMTKKfr.tVS IWKIXTit AMWtK'A J.KAGI E Xew York 2. Chicago 1 (13 nines!. I Boston 5, S-L Iouis 1. I Washington s, Cleveland (night I. Philadelphii 7. Detroit 5 (night). vitknal ii:n: Cincinnati . New York J. St. Louis 4. Brooklyn 2 (night t. Pittsburgh 7. P-yMou (12 Innings, unfinished game of July 2r. Pittsburgh 5, Boston ft. . Philadelphia , Chicago 1. TOMOf'.IKrWS fcAMKS X.tTHfXAL 1-fcAGlK New York at St. Ixuis Inicht) Boston at Chicago. J f.ila.l'lj.l.ia at -i!tli;rgli. Brooklyn at Cincinnati. AMk'KU 'A l.i.AOI K Chicago at Wasbiogton I night I St. Louis at pliiiadelphia. Ce eland at New Vork. Detroit at Boston. Tws Types ef Ajgressiye Snake Tte kmg cobra and tfse buth-maiter, poisonous snakef, are knov.n to attack man wtuiout provocation. Pasture Plant Give pasture p ar u liie of ryjr-tunity to devenyp a eowi ru.i system arsl get well tuti-'i!.ed befoie U-girjnirig grazsr in t' nit mt- KEEPS YOU IN TRIM mm - i ' j I S I : i '-im rsi ww btm6. wxatl p sivj a rwr saaJ urns r ytcowjr I M.-rr-osj Mi w mew I r " "122 .'SLsaT' . I n ATI fr- -" ca lfep- f?n f TMWuai 1 " Hf A6-WT tmo ml MAJC , THE to TOUCH MATCH TO 1 , Secret feU H WMJV ' " Operative nJ 5 5 V ' VmmS-' A f i lyOKeWAJOU) UP 1 raL.BLOUJUMOUJ WrJ A TELL) Thealre '''Sfi -E' lF -1 if ( m atlanmicJ.? THERE ARE MANY REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD: hevTvou in the white TILLIE I SUIT! HALT CBAN5! BAa.774r;. (SUFFERIN CATS r me I 1 A 1 ' w CK DEAR1. THE MAMl LOOKAfTsd I OH HAL, IS If T WJ1.L BE, W VaHTTE IS THE (I HAL. I'LL. VCPUR HEAD IF MA) Kl T REAL PRlSOfJERljl CATCH THAT ALL RkaHTfllANDKAKE IT g HELPS YOU RELAX the AMg ' ,w!MSf HAL LUCKY STRIKE BOWLING ALLEY

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