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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

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Page lire HVednesday, August 16, 1944 THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Major League J Scoreboard WILL GO HAND IN HAND IN YOUR POST WAR KITCHEN j BACK BALL TODAY Probable pitchers: AMKRH'AN l,HA(;PK Chicago (Dietrich or Wncle) at Washington (Nlggeltng) (night I. ' 8t. Louis (Kramer) at Philadelphia (Christopher) (night). Cleveland (Klieman) a) New York (Donald). Detroit (Gentry) at Boston (Cecil). NATIONAL LKAtJI K Philadelphia (Schanz( K Pittsburgh (Butcher). Brooklyn (CV.pmnn) at Cliicln-latl (Hcusser). Boston (Andrews) at Chicago (Lynn). New York (Vois'e) at SI. !.Oi,s (.lurisich or Schmidt ) (night). Yanks Not Out Of Running In League Race Zuber Lead Yanks To Series Win Over Sox ; Browns Regain fi'j (jame Lead to Head American NEW YORK, N. Y. The New York Yankees am not out of thp 144 American LeiiBiio pennant rsce not yet. Crafty Joe McCarthy, who warned sportaeastera not to sell t!e Yankees ahort, yesterday saw his club win over the Chicago Vhit Sox to clinch the aeries, three pi'iM'S to one. In drumming out their 3 to I triumph, the Yanks came up with some fine pitching in Kill Zuber. who turned in a three-hitter. Browns Regain KAkp The leading St. iouis Browns regained their 6 game edge, however, witha 6 to 5 win over the Boston Red Sox, after coming from behind to eraab a five-run lead piled up by Boston in the first two innings. Vera Stephens' four-run homer in the sixth Inning off Yank Terry gave George Caster a relief triumph. Tigers hi Tnfrd The Detroit Tigers retained their hold on third place In the AL with a S to 2 victory over the Philadelphia Athletics in 11 Innings. Hal Newhouser. who relieved Dizzy-Trout in the eighth Inning, was credited with the win. Chris Dal Sasso Physical Training Director at Camp Former Clinton Hih, IU Football Star Stationed At Sioux Fulls Rase SIOPX FALLS ARMY AIR FIELD, 8- I). Ah physically trim as when he captained the Kt;si I'nl-verslty of Indiana football forces, First Lieutenant Chris Dal Suhho of Clinton, hid. Is now nerving as a Physical Tralnlnif Officer at the Sioux Falls Army Air Field, helping condl I ion radio operator-mechanics for duty in bombers. Inclndentally, Lt. Dal Sanso also served at this Post as a private in the Physical Training Department before going to Officer's Candidate School and receiving his commission as a Second Lieutenant In March, 1943. Special Service Officer In addition to his "PT" duties. Lt. Dal Sanso Is Special Services officer for his section and has developed one of the finest programs of entertainment at this Post. His Physical Training duties go hand In hand with his civilian work of coaching at Central High School at South Bend, Ind. After being graduated from Indiana in 13.17, Lt. Dal Sasso served as assistant football and basketball mentor before taking over the reins aw bea; conch in JM1. Wii.t All-Anircfcan Acclaim 'Chris," as he ; known about the Pi.:, was mentioned on several All-A vnican fgootbah tertn.y for bis tirtt.ai performances as tackle on the strong 1936 Ihdiani grfdhon outfit. He was an integral part of the forward wall that cleared the path for such great ball carriers as All - Americans Corby Davis and Vern Huffman. , A mid - season Injury after a brilliant performance against Michigan, some sports writers claim, was the cnly thing that prev.titi;1 Lt. Tiy.t i-'asso from being rvl aimed ns jf. lotion's No. t trxkl.3 in 'Mi. Lt. Dal ftafiso was inducted into the service on Jnne l, 1942 and waa transferred to tin OOF Ttaiii-ing Command Ka!?3 School a month later. He left here In December to attend OCS at Wl:uui IJkicIi, Via.. VKKTKRIMVtt KKSCl.Ttt AMKKICAN LKAGI'K New York 3, Chicago 1. St. Louis . Boston 5. Detroit 3, Philadelphia 2 (11 innings). Cleveland 1, Washington 0 (12 Innings) (night). NATIONAL I.KAGt K Cincinnati 6, New York 1 (night). St. Louis 6, Brooklyn 3 (night). Chicago 4, Philadelphia 1 ( Innings, rain). Pittsburgh 7, Boston S (night). A single by third baseman Kenny Keltner in the last frame of a 12- TOMORROWS GAMES NATIONAL LKAGIE New York at St. Louis (night). Boston at Chicago. Philadelphia at Pittsburgh. Brooklyn at Cincinnati. AMERICAN LEAGl'K Chicago at Washlntgon (nlg'it). St. Louis at Philadelphia. Cleveland at New York. Detroit at Boston. M QStandingsD lnning fray broke up a great mound duel and wove a triumph for At ,1 Be sure' to Include ounter-opi, oi working torfaces, beside the electric dish- , wether sink, the electric range and the electric refrigerator. ' 2 For maximum convenience ond efficiency, place the ink between the range and the refrigerator. 3 Insist on a food mixing center beside the refrigerator, or beside the range. Be j sure you have ample electric outlets for your portable appliances. A Provide storage eomportmenii fo , foods and equipment nearest the flace they are used. Smith over Einil (Dutch) Leonard a the Cleveland Indians nosed out In planniftg'ycTur post war homfro be financed by (War Savings Bonds start with the kitchen, the "nerve center" of your household. It's in the kitchen that the housewife spends most of her waking hours, preparing an average of a thousand meals a year. Vour kitchen should be a room in which it's a pleas lire to work and to live. A lot of kitchen drudgery can be "avoided by careful planning. The location of your cabinets . . . storage bins . . . electric stove . . . electric refrigerator . . . sink and working counters can save Unnecessary steps . . . and time. Consider the needs of your family, or the amount of entertaining you do. If you're planning a breakfast nook, make it largeenough for impromptu midnight .snacks, Let your personal taste guide you when it Comes to the decorative scheme . . . colors . . . and curtains. Let it be . gay . . . bright . . . even dashing. Make it a room of which ! you'll be proud . . . and your friends will admire. Re-'membering that BEAUTY and UTILITY can go hand in hand, here are a few simple pointers established by home economists, architects and engineers:; NATIONAL LKAGIE Clubs Won Lost St. Louis 79 28 Cincinnati 61 45 Pittsburgh 61 45 Chicago 4 8 B5 New York 50 60 Philadelphia 42 2 Boston 43 65 Brooklyn 43 67 Pet. .738 .575 .575 .466 .455 .404 .398 .391 5 You'll be seeing and hearing a lot about "adequate wing" in post wcr building. Consult your builder, or con-( tractor. See that your new home H ade-'innlt wired not only for present ei'.C- the Washington Seniors, 1 to 0. In a night game. Both hurlers yielded only four hits over the entire route. Crds Win Again ; In the National League, it was the same old ' story the St. Louis Cardinals won again. This time, it was over the last-place Brooklyn Dodgers in a 6 to 3 night triumph which saw rookie Ted Wilks pitch a six-hitter. Lea Webber was charged with the "loss. The Chicago Cubs beat the Philadelphia Phillies, 4 to 1, in a six-inning contest called because of rain. A three-run rally In the fourth Inning enabled Hy Vandenburg to chalk up the win. Gianta Law to Iteds The New York Giants lost to the Cincinnati Reds, to 3 as the South American Tomas dc la Cruz granted the New Yorkers nine hits, including Ernie Ln)-arsi fourth inning homer. Harry Feidman, who aHowed the game number of safeties, was charged with the loss. The Pittsburgh Pirates took the night encounter with the Boston Braves, 7 to 5. Xavier Rescigno, sec-end of three Pittsburgh pitchers, was credited with the win. Ira Hutchinson was tabbed for the loss. trical loads but also for any future fore- I 'teeable loads which may be added, espe- 'dally in the kitchen. V AMERICAN LKAGIE Clubs Won Lost St. Louis 7 45 Boston 60 61 Detroit 58 52 New York 67 62 Cleveland 64 60 Chicago 62 6 Philadelphia 61 63 Washington ., . , 47 64 They're in It If there's any question about the part the Smiths are playing in the war, take a look at these figures: According to a recent compilation, there are 21,476 men and women of that name in the navy alone. Next in numerical strength are the Johnsons with 15,045, while the Jones boys, and $irls are third with 11,035. Pet. .598 .541 .627 .523 .474 .468 .447 .423 IMC.' PUBLIC SERVICE COM PAN Y OF INDIANA? AMERICAS ASKOrtATiOSI Clubs Won Lost Pet. Milwaukee 82 40 .672 Toledo 74 48 .607 Louisville 73 48 .603 Columbus 68 55 .553 St. Paul 63 63 .543 Minneapolis 45 77 .369 Indianapolis 4S 76 .356 Kan wis City 34 84 .288 Does not Include last night's game. emhmct ncm i Bolster up your meals with roasted almonds- They taste good in salads, desserts, sandwich spreads and at the same time contribute a generous amount of Push Makes Plans For Fifth Annua! Reunion Sept. 3 A ball game between the Clinton old-time Push team and the Terre Haute Old-Timers will be the liJgh-lftfht or the Fifth annual Push reunion to be held at Sportland Park Sunday, Sept. 3. The game will be called at 2:30 Dr. G. R. McGUIRE CfflEOPKACTOR X-Bay 235Vi Blackmail p. m. with a party at tne t:unton Swimming Pool for members and their families at 7 P. m. Committees fur the reunion In PlMISe BELINDA - SCUIMT 6EW W MUNDERO CK XJo,Ne up I AoU AWT PW TK,.A sERE GONS A AND LEjW . j ME W TE TELL run TWCVS -f J MORE WAS MCWEO OOTA nZflToJT (2iC6 R3E .MA'AM - ?J 1 Mo STOP WIS ) T TRUTH ABOUT JAN ' sens a' ro6tli' ax i I thebe las NisnT.Mtss-y rroo.. I I TUEVis liable iEa ee I steauss of VoNLie ffo6aa--y(riAtrt ) HAIR- , j Pf IT'6 A C00D THIN THAT lhjrtiB' H'A 'BSMES' " " . " " ISWTIMt WITHIN TH 6HAU, JOSEF H bUSV 1 I ,, . S3 FELLOW DIDN'T WAIT UWTIl tifih THE VIH0I1 A'M3 OCTIT MUST . r I j I I I I THERE.- JOSEF CALLIW6 ffAtI O I GOT aOStR KFORt E 1- XlP " 6E HOUSED WSIOE THAT 5HA- SHv- ntCAU. FOR I GET HELP MERE OIIOLV I I I All H SH0T6UT HE HAD TO MAKE t Pf THEBE IS OWLV ONE WAV LEFT ' . HLPAFT 5?S I AN ENEMV IS ON THE I 0 Su8 THAT I WASNT t- :y TO DESTROY IT-WITHOUT ' I RAR THIS SnT?51 -i I ISUWD-O0CK 6EFO tT I S HB FRIEND h-Fm GETTING VSELF KILLED-TTfl " r DOOR 1 XvV'if"T T I 18 1y0 '-ATE ' i m sBSS-' Imp sl wm. jlM Ittm 1 ALL IDE KIM DO ) I IPVEPVTOlMGlt Tot.POPEVE. THE I Y VfiG. ORFLL NICE SCENERV Y: n . ii vVlSTWITAMT SEEMS TO SCENERV IS . AbMT IT? j oa.asgsi Thmble WffOE, S) so umvj 7m rWsTZAMGZ CRAFT) fUCH, IMA ENSlNEp SF (aBF) -5 m A 'S SEAUJORTWV? ) eoOM! FULL SPEED fcit Lrk- V L "-- Theatre yQj ' 7i J1 P0PEYE iSS clude Hay Gilfoy. publicity; Hay Pick ell, ticket; Everett Peck, enter tainment; Andy K ii tcli. ball game; Dutch DuKKer and Kay Gilfoy, riUDBEil STAMPS For Every Purpose 48-Hour Service THE DAILY CLINTONIAN groundK; and reception, Toby Roberts, Maniiie bewin, John Davis, Louie Giovanini, Tom Stewart, John Bell. Paul Hhew, Tom Semanick, Jim Donzero. William Foster, Louis Lane, Forrest Mott and Hay Taylor, Further plane will be wade at the next meeting to be held in Gregory s Tuesday, Aug. 22. iZ fa, Four-II Exhibits for State Fair Enf tUh in Today LAFAYETTE. Ind. Members of the Indiana 4-H clubs who plan to exhibit at the Indiana State Fair in Indianapolis, Kept. 4 to C, must have their entries In today, Harry F. Alnnwortb, state 4-H club leader at Purdue, slated. He added that entries should be wade In duplicate and sent to 'uy Cant well, secretary-treasurer at the Slate Fair grounds. A total of $10,548.75 in premiums it being offered, including money, trophies, scholarships to Purdue tT in versify and a trip to the national Junior vegetable growers' contest at Rochester, X. Y., to be awarded lo the high scoring vegetable grading and judging teams. Aiiis worth said that the clothing, canning and baking exhibits, which will be boused in the Coliseum, will be received and judged prior to the opening of the display. Livestock and garden exhibits will be housed in the saddle horse bam and tents .tliK: SC&ci I'M IN A&Y HPH RIDICULOU5 A I'MWDONT TILLIE HE fiNDlTbJKip5 LIKE SPOT AS A MAM It KNOVJ THEl THE PRISOMERfl HE'S DOME MORE! was Eves J SPOT I'M - L THAN TnAT J SA. AlHAr'SWl-XTHtlr3HTjTlUtE,l'VE GOT To STOP. J THE IDEA OF HE WAS A THAT BUMP OM THE HEAD J SHOOTIN6 ATBPRtSOMER WHOt HAS ME G-CxSGVJ 1 - T Hif ' 1 1 ' -- The best tire made is the best buy today ... a new Goodyear. Your first choice fur extra quality, extra value ... a safe, sound, .goad - looking jGoodyear for long, low -cost mileage. We've got 'em now $ 1 0 5 so bring in your Q certificate today. n.u ,m 4.00-1 , f vM rosr tii tin) r:::.TH & bogart -r..0E!LGAS STATION JOE GIACOIXTTO Protective Fd Eggs are one of our best protective foods and are among the best of the body-building foods, supplying protein in both white and yolk. They also supply minerals, such as iron, calcium and phosphorus, vitamins A, Bl, B2 and the pellagra-preventive factor. , By Rraj WesloTCT jti'm lid iy J

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