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August 21, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

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Monday, August 21, 1944 THE DAILY CLINXONIAST YANK TAMbK - - By Jack Sords All-Star Match Tickets Sold Out,iames Aug. 80 EVANSTON. 111. Every seat has -been sold for the Uth annual pocket knives or -other durable gifts ... if the edibles spoil they may destroy the entire contents of the box. OWI said the only packages that were late In arriving or not delivered at all la:it year were those incorrectly addressed, wrapped or .improperly packuged. New Muskaielon The new Iroquois -musk-melon, n-tirely resistant to fusarium wilt.-waa developed tor certain reas wber this disease has caused aeriou losses -to growers. As it is -not resistant to other melon diseases, it may not lie jweU adapwd to fithtt areas. Ail-Star football game between the Herschel Qieek Strong Favorite For Shoot Crown Clinton Trapshooter Hits 100 Straight to Take Prelims at Vandulia Meet college. All-Stars and the Chicago Bears in Dyclie Stadium the night of August 30, it was announced to Losing Streak Hits Drowns, Sox Close In Four-Game JLoss Plagues St. Louis Squad, Boston Sacks Up 2 Wins; Bums Lose, Players are Ousted NEW YORK The future of the St. Louis Browns, which onco was o bright, is shadowed with uncertainty today and the Brownies are forced to concede that the American League pennant race Is still, alas, a race. Apparently ja their way to the first AL pennant ever recorded in VANDALIA, O. Vanguard of day. It was the quickest selout In the history of the series und officials were studying the possibility of e-recting temporary tauds to handle part of the overflow. A total of 50,000 tickets wen-sold and the regular seating capacity of the stadium is 4!), 500. Officials of the classic aaid there would be no gate sale. !)00 uf the nution's outstanding murkesmeu began arriving dn Van dulia today to get in tune lor the GET A RAILROAD JOB! KEEP JSM KOiXING TO THE FIGHTING FRONTS OF THIS WOKLU Skilled, Semi-Skilled & Unskilled Workers deeded Must Comply With WMC Regulations See Mr. R. O. Dettman, Representative U, S. RAILROAD RETIREMENT BOARD 1 Ration Board Of f ice Every Tuesday Clinton, Ind. D to 11 :30 A. M. 45lh annual Grand American trap shooting tournament, which opeut Wednesday. Upwards of $50,000 in prizes and dozens of national scatturgun championships are at stake in the three- day tournament which will be de cided at the Amateur Tiapshooting Association of America field in Vuu-dalia, 10 miles north of Dayton. St. Louis, the Brownies suddenly halted and now are laboring under Firing begins .Wednesday and -con the misery of a four-game losing streak, with the Boston Bed Sox only 3 games away. The last two de tinues through Friday witli the crowning of the champion in the Oraud American handicap-lop event of the entire shoot. The Grand American carries with it a purse of feats were applied by the Washington Senators, who snapped out a last-place complex long enough to whip the Brownies, 4 to 2 and 12 to Overseas Holiday Mail Expected To Triple 43 Mark WASHINGTON. D. C. The military services moved into high gear today to handle heavilywollen 1944 Christmas mail for Yanks in all corners of the world, estimated to hit the -70 million package mark triple the amount moved last year. The -Office of War Information disclosed that 33,000 uniformed men and women in the army and navy are preparing lor the tremendous job of shipping an all-time high in Yuletide gifts to the fighting fronts. Army postal officers arc set to move about twice as many Christmas -parcelts as vere (handled In !!M3, .OWI said, when .20 million holiday packages were aent, pver-. 10,000, with the winner pulling down $1,000. The event never has 1, in a double-header yesterday. been won twice by .anyone. Breaks Losing SUrok Feature events of the opening Dutch Leonard broke his own six- game losing streak in the opi?Rr day's program will be the North America Clay Target and Champion of Champions contests. (Jrla C. Booli- rr - M j Beat ifhe heat with . isa' ' "LsuJ - jJ-M Home Insulation when be kept the base paths cleat vt Brownies throughout the last five of Farmland, lnd., won the Clay ki'rames. In linming the ,jt. Xouis gang to four hits, Leonard cluirgwl off a loss to Denny (ialehouso. In the Target title last year and will be back to defend it. A new champion, however, already is assured for the nightcap, Early Wyim, in his iast an- " iSftPtWVliiiJ lAlABoWA ipearance before joining the Navy, lefeAi4 PlTCrieP, UGLTlAGr Champion of Champions ,event--whlch brings together the various suite ..winners. 'L. E. Smith, of Peru, (scattered ten Hits good lor only one seas. run. ., lnd., won the crown a year ago but Meantime, the navy expects near While ,the,jii'ownies were taking their lumps, the lied Sox elimbed all was -defeated in the Indiana State preliminaries by .Herschel Cheek of ly four times the volume .ot guts handled in 1043 through fleet post- lover the Cleveland mdians to rack (up two IriumpliH, S to 6 and 11 to 4. oftices in New York and San Francisco. A -total of 1 million, 480 thousand packages went through mail last year, 3 million, 480 thousand of them to advance bases or j ships at sea and 4 million to ships j putting in at -American .ports, the j navy reported. Seventh- lnning homers by George yvietkovich and .Jim Tabor gave lied Barrett the opening win, wli'le Kay jPoat absorbed the defeat. In the tnu-tnid game, the .lied Sox pounded lid tKlieman and Paul Calvert tor lti hits including a homer, triple and seven doubles to afford Ilex Cecil an eue.v (triumph. i,i:,un'.; Won Lost Pet. . 84 2!) .74 3 NA'ITO.NAI Clubs St. Louis ArvejuoTluloniiu New Grid Coach At Princeton Pit INC ETON, Ind. After taking off the unifoun of United States military service, Arveuo Autoninl, ot Clinton, will don the atlire of footb;ill coach for Princeton high sclioul, according - to athletic director Paul Johnson. A u lull ini . recently discharged from the service, was a former Clinton high school and Indiana State Teachcis' College athlete. ff his summcand very -ummr .-your home can be cooler, -more comfortable, .you &n rod tboe hot, sleepless nights by. insulating ,oow with J-M Kock Wool Batts. And you'll conserve i lighting iuoi rOxt winter . ... save up to 30 oa your heating costs. Your home -will be warmer, less drafty. You pay for insulation, in wasted (heat when youaW'have it. Sowhy root enjoy its comfort and fuel so-,ing,i--itswnpay$J&rit$elj!.)&L Rock Wool is fireproof, rfotproof, per (pianentas stone. Whav big thick J-M Jiuper!7!! Batts right in jlodc- Yankees Also Slump .58!) .571 .11)8 .4 4(1 .4(14 .4011 .388 I (I 48 58 115 liK UC 71 Pittsburgh (Hi Cincinnati M Chicago 51 New York 51 Boston .- 4(1 Philadelphia 44 Brooklyn . 45 ! The New York Yankees, however, idid not take advantage ot the Brow- Clinton, find, i Cheek broke 100 straight targets in defeating Smith and consequently is a strong favorite for the uutioual crown. Defending champion in the (Iriind American handicap in J-aaper lloK'?lb, 30-year-old Dayton Avar wor'ier. Jasper, in defending his title this year, will seek to become the first markesiuan ever ,to win the title twice. .-r-. i Wabash College to Open Grill Season Against State CItAWFOItDHVILLE, lnd., The Little Uiants will open a seven-game football schedule Sept. at ,Terre Haute against Indiana State according to an announcement by Ilobert K. (Pete) -Vaughn, Wabash College athletic director. The remainder of the schedule, as listed by the mentor, follows: Sept. 16, Western Michigan at Kalamazoo; Sept. .23, Illinois Normal at Bloomington: Sept. .30, .Ill knio slump, but slumped themselves (to fourth place in dropping two games to the Detroit Tigers, 4 to 3 AMKItlCAN LIOAdHK Clubs Won Loi and 9 to 8. Although he needed the help of 20 game winner Hal New- S3 houser, Stubby Overmlre chalked up Both the army and navy said that this year -more .facilities ,have been established all over -the world to assure prompt delivery of packages to service men and women overseas before -Christinas day. 'Christmas .wailing month" has been set for Sept. 15 to Oct. 15. Parcels mailed during -that period should -reach each soldier or sailor, wherever he may ibe, .by rCliristmas day .provided the senders observe the -following .precautious, OWI said: .1. Be sure .to address packages plainly and -correctly. 2. jDon't use labels ithat in hann dling -may ,-conie -off. .3. Put an .extra ..address inside. i4. Don't send perisliables and. &-bove all, don't try to .put -edibles such as .-fruit -cakes, or -cookies in the same box with , wrist iwatehes. the opening win as Hank Borowy lost. Dizzy Trout won his 20th in the OKDJKK NOW WHILE STOCKS . Am COJMLPyEXJE Pel. .5711 .547 ,034 .621' .47!) .458 .458 .4 27 St. Louis ()8 Boston 04 Detroit (12 New York (id Chicago 5li Philadelphia 55 Cleveland 65 Washington 50 nightcap on three Detroit-home runs. Developed Artistry Although completely isolated from the cultures of Europe and Asia, the ancient Mayans and Mexicans attained a unique degree of artistic ability in the fine arts. Their stone sculptures, especially, are unsurpassed even by the Egyptians and Babylonians. In ,jade, crystal and other lapidary carvings they approach thejJiJll of the Chintse. SoiB, Athletics (split The Chicago White Sox and Philadelphia Athletics split a twin bill, the White Sox .winning the opeuer, 3 to 2, then dropping the afterpiece, 8 to 3. A nice melee occurred in the sixth of the. japeuer ....when second inois Wesleyan at Bloomington; Oct. AMHHHVkN ASSOCIATION 7, Wooster, at home; Oct. :14, 'Ind iana State, at home, and Oct. .21, De- baseman Schalk -of the Sox mulled pauw, at home. pop fly with the bases loaded aiid one out. When the smoke cleared a- Clubs Won Lost Pet. Milwaukee ., ;87 r41j.80 Toledo 19 ('17 Louisville 78 4!) .014 Columbus 71 68 .550 St. Paul (i 57 .r:!7 Minueapolis 4d 82 .35!) Indiauapolis -44 81. .352 Kansas City 35 89 .282 ., a -. way, the A's had scored a run and had been retired, .all in one breath. The batter iwas ruled out when he managed to pass another man on the base paths. HAIR T Tj jjgi - jigjjj ayfel Major League Scoreboard Dodgers in Hot Wtr The .Brooklyn Dodgers continued to .amuse the National League. They not only, dropped . two to the Pittsburgh -Pirates, 10 to -7 and 7 to 1, but had three players and a coach ousted for quibbling. Bobby Bragan, Luis Olmo, Whitlow Wyatt and Coach Charley Dressen were given - harry mrnjw w p BASMJALL TODAY Probable pitchers: AMKIiK'AN LliAM K Detroit (Gentry) at Mew i U.IIU...I.ILI. Li u u . - - - . ,., i, .,, upimsTT rtrAA fMLAT-MC"-rhvi TMf INLAND ' JOifcf 5WS OUT A LAST , K THOSE THE ISLAMO YJ'WW WiTfl WorNI- UAH IW SPtEOBOM-NOW TO 4 ', OUT VOUB &J- Ilipl 17 ArjK -jl (Hoser). Cleveland (Bagby) at Boston (Wood). Chicago (Dietrich) at Philadelphia Black) (night). St. Louis (Jakucki) at Washington (Haefner) (night). IVA'liONAL hEAUVE the lieavo. - Manager Leo Durocher, I also under five-day suspension, con-I tinued to direct his team from a box. Jim Kussell's seventh-inning homer with the sacks full clinched the opener for Max Butcher. Nick Strince-vich won the nightcap on a seven-hitter. The St. Louis Cards' winning Btreak.stupped at niue straight when they trounced the Boston Braves. 16 to C, then lost the afterpiece, 5 to 3. Walker Cooper hit two homers for the afternoon and six doubles the opener, which was won by Ted were thrashed out by the Cards in WilkB. Woody Kich won the nightcap on .nine .hits .when Dee Phillips singled! in two in tlie fourth. The !inciunati Hods looi: tht-Phii-adelphia Phillies '! to 1, as Bucky Waiters won his 14th same of the year, then lost in the atterpiece, 4 to 1. Walters won his own game wit h a twelfth-inning single. Charley New York (Allen) at Chicago (Chipman ) . Brooklyn (Gregg) at Pittsburgh (Osterinuellerl. Boston (Tobin) at St. Louis (Lanier). (Only games scheduled). Operative , "fe 1 ' L - - Y KST till I A V 'H 1 1 ! I 1Ki AMl.HII , LU.Kili; Detroit 4, New York o (1st). Uelroil 9. New York S 2ndl. WasliiiiKton 4. St. Louii; (1st I. - Washington 12. SI. JLuuiu 1 (2nd). ChiraKo Vhiiadelphia 2 (Intl. Philadelphia X. Chicago (211(11. Boston . Cleevlaml I) (1st I. Ilonton 11. tMevelalld ( U 11(1 1 . .NATIONAL U;AJI V. ChicsKii 7. New Voile 4 (lull. New York :!. t'lilrann 1 (L'llil). Schauz took -.the aiii'cap on four hits. The Chicago .ubs beat the e.w York Giants,1? to 4 and lost the sec- cond. 8 to 1, as the Jinn1 halted 13-gaiue losing streak. The straight losses set a recurd for that club. Hlli.lKireli 1". llrouklyii 7 lit) Filtliurr.il 7. Ili'iioklyn 1 (ind I. Ifaeatre teOT&ar- f- ,.aSv LI. m ' ' j. nv&frm, cmiuM I'liiladi'lpliia Small Fruited Pumpkin A small-fruited, bush-type pumpkin, developed by U. S. D. A. plant breeders, has just been released to eed growers for propagation. Seed will not be .available ior guotial planting until 1945. Cincinnati -tlstl. 1'lliladelplliil I 2nd i. St. I.mii:; l.'. IloMon li. St. , l 1.1) (2nd) l:.,-Kin Louis TMHiltOV'S OAMKS lioHtim at St. Louis (niliD-Now York at Chkano. Brooklyn at riUshurjEh ( night t. Fhiladetphta at Cuiciunati Dr. G. R. McGUIRE CHIKOPKACTOE X-Kay 2'&Vt liiackinan popeye .v 5"! pM 7,.jS - - rvvfE'Li73iJE THIS SOLOIERII buT VMriAT'LL 1 DO? ) " I LFtND OUT VMHAT KIWD pH TTT T IF T-i . , -r- VJHO WAS A.WJ.O.L. - HE'S A PROBLEM A COMPLEX HE'S GOT AMD ILLXTj I WflS WAST IF XAI SAMEC A "STIFF SEMTEMCE J CHILD j t J SWETHE SAME A MAJ FROM OROVMMINS,j - j- ZT '( WELL-JT'1 OTHP. SOLDISRS ('wiliKfet and niht ). St. Louis at UanhiUKton (night). Chicago at HhiladHiphia (night). Det.-oit at New York. CK-ie.and at Hun I on. I r -V jMAAM PRISONER j p Wk Z58! i& I , toiiir V$Sr m mPf Pmtk STAtAPS For Every Purpose 48-Hour Service THE DAILY CLINTON IAN Celery Tops Celery tops may be chopped fine And put into a meat or a salmon loaf to give it a piquant flavor. Some cooks like to lav celery leaves on top of a roast while it i& cooking. Tue tops may also it- cooked wilii tne stalks for soup. Tops may be kept for later use by washing them tiioroughly, then drying ajid putluig iu a cater 4aUf

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