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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

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Til E IM I L T CLINT0N1AN Page Fiv Thursday, August 31, 1911. SAILOR COACH : By Jack Sords Major League Scoreboard Hollie Martin, commerce; Miss K1-ith Lone, music; Mrs. Mainucrile AlbriKlit, matliematics. physical education lor Klris; diaries Ilatclil'f, seventh grade; Mrs. Nellie K. Pine, sixth tirade; Mrs. Naomi Hill, filth (trade; Miss Martha Schwab, fourth grade; Miss Esther Holroyd, third grade; Mrs. Lois Layman, second grade and Mrs. Susie McLaln, first grade. In the Eugene School, t'arl Het-son will be principal and teacher of the fifth and sixth grades; Mrs. Bess Wooster, third and fourth and Mrs. Hertha Ellis, first and second. Yanks Climb To 2nd Place In League Race Good Luck Smiles on N Y Yanks, Relief Pitcher Wins Games from Bosox; Indians Beat Brownies Bears Manage To Defeat Collegians In 24-21 Joost Pro-Gridders Down Hard Fighting All-Star 11 At Kain-Soaked Dyche Field KVANSTOX. 111. Tho Chicago Ut-ars, unbeaten In twv four prev-iotii appearances in (he annual A1I-tftar foofbnll classic, still boaKled a clKin slate today following their 24 lo 21 defeat of thfl 1944 collegiate Coincident unit the drive, lirilh-h bombers attacked long-range, weapon dumps in lite Pas Ue Calais area. At t hi' same time, n spokesman Tor the French forces of the interior broad anting from Paris said that American troops had captured an unidentified village only 26 miles from the frontier of Belgium, Previous iuforniation put. the Americana .'in miles from Belgium's border. Amiens was the scene of a great (!erman breakthrough in 1940 and its fall made that of Abbeville inevitable, with the result the Nazis crash -d through to the Channel coast, precipitating the necessity of kirk. After taking Amiens, the British may possibly thrusi north to Abbeville to cut off the Germans manning robot bomb emplacements in the Pas He Calais area. nsi:ni I, TODAY Probable pilcliers: . AMIvltlfAX I.KAUI'K Washington (Haefner and C'arras-quel) at New York (Queen and Du-blel) (2). Detroit (Overmire) at St. Louis (Jakuekl) (night). (Only games scheduled). -NATIONAL I.KAtit K (No games scheduled). NEW VOHK, N Y. Although the power of the New York Yankees Students in all of the township schools will report to their respective class rooms at 8:35 a. m. Friday. Sept. 1, accorditiK to an an--nouncenient by John White, trustee M mrt If All-Slar Huad. A rain-drenched capacity crowd of r.0,000 fiat In Dyche radium last of Vermillion township. night and watched the world cham A short session will bo held dur pion Hears pull out a narrow victory In the last quarter in a battle ing the morning for the purpose of YKSTIilillAY'S liEStT.TH AMi:i(i( AX i.i:a;i !: X w York 9. Itosion 7. Washington 9, Philadelphia 4. Cleveland 12. St. Louis 7. Chlc.-ico 8, Detroit 3. national i.i:a;ik Boston 4, New York 2. Brooklyn 10, Philadelphia 2. Chicago 12, Pittsburgh 5 (1st). Chicago . Pittsburgh 3 (2nd). Cincinnali-St. Louis (night-post organizing and giving out book which started as If the collegians House Opposition Mounts to (Jeorge Demobilize Bill lists. Regular classes will begin on is diminished, McCarthy' luck that intimacy with Dame Fortune which haa made the veteran manager famous is not ahated. It took a good Yankee relief pitcher, an eight-run uprising by Cleveland and steady hitting by the Chicago White Sox to boost the Yanks from fourth to second place In the turbulent American League race yesterday. But Lady Luck, often accused by Joe's rivals of straining herself to accommodate the liuf-falo Irishman, outdid all her former efforts. Turner Taller In The relief fllnger who gave the Yankees a 9 to 7 triumph over the Tuesday, Sept. 5, as Labor Day falls on Monday. The trustees' office will he open Friday and Saturday nights for the convenience of farmers wishing to poned j . 'Continued Prom Fairs 1) propose extension of the act to two purchase school books for their chfl dren. Mr. White said. Attention is again called to a nil were point? to run wild over the professionals. I'm I'riiiK-r Football The Hears, famed for their dev-astat ing aerial attack, had to go back to fundamental football to win, scoring tiiMr three-point margin on a wel l-d i rec ted placemen t goa 1 k f c.k provided by Pet Cudauskas midway in the, final quarter. The Hears, who had won three and tied one of their four previous AH-Slar games, found the 1IM4 iroJhge team just about their tougb-eat asKignment at the outset of (lie battle and were trailing at the wrong 'end of a 14 to 0 score at the TOMOItltOU'S CWf.H NATIONAL i.i:a(;i f: New York at Brooklyn (night). Bnslon at Philadelphia (2) (twi Ing of the county board of education which states that: all children entering school must be six years of age BUL light-night). Boston Red Sox (and dumped the Ueantowners Into fourth place) was on or before Jan. 1, following the opening of school and that all children entering the first1 grade must Jim Turner, who now has been pressed Into service four times in years after the war instead of one year. Hep. Ceiler ( D 1 -. Y., announced he would submit proposals for a national standard of $25 maximum for civilians and $35 for veterans and other provisions similar to those included In the Kiigore-Murray bill, which was defeated by the senate. A coalition of conservative democrats and republicans gave notico they were prepared to oppose all the amendments. The stlffest battle was expected to be over amendments to extend state benefits to federal St. Louis at PlttHburgh (night). Chicago at Cincinnati (night). AMIlliKAV i,k.;i k Cleveland at. Chicago (night). Detroit at SI. Louis (night). Washington ut. New York, Philadelphia at Boston. present a birth certificate to the five days. Jim's moundmate. Hank j teacher on the day of enrollment. Horowy, was enjoying a comfortable COACA Ao4loS1'AT'e- Jew pap of-fAe-efegAi" LAtfES JA(Al--ffeAoJlAJer end of the first quarter. 6 to 1 lead going into the seventh when he suddenly was hit between Iii liiiinn Ties Score the eyes by two homers. Jim liucher I, tick man put on his most pitching exhibition fn the sec A.e&sederjLa?ii Standings puvyAforiiosire-7. employes, a provision deleted from the original George bill, and to pro The data from these certificates will be transferred to a permanent record card and the certificates returned to the parents. A record of birth may be obtained from the Bureau of Vital Statistics, State House, Indianapolis. On Thursday, Aug. 31, county teachers are requested to attend the county institute to be held at the Methodist Church on that date. The meeting, which will be in form of a dinner affair instead of the usual speaker type convocation, will start vide grants rather than loans for AMKKICA.V I.KAOI E Clubs Won Lost Pet ond quarter and figured largely in the udvuncetf that squared the count at 14-ail. Alternating h I 8 passing witli ground plays by bis teammates, Sid drove the Hears down to the three-yard line where Famiglietti butted and Hob Johnson both homered with one aboard, and Turner was called in to save Uorowy's lClh triumph. Four Uoston pitchers were plastered with 10 hits, Emmett O'.S'eill starting and losing. Hucher walloped two homers and Nick Etten paced the Yanks with a double, triple and two singles. Hox Defeat Tiger Kteady plugging away by the White Hox gained them an 8 to 3 triumph over the Detroit Tigers, i public works programs. The other liberalizing amendments were given little chance of Wednesday night at Falrview school. The faculty for the five Clinton a score from the 17-yard line. The third period ended with the St. Louis 71 New York i7 Detroit (18 Boston (18 Township schools includes, Falrview, success. over for a touchdown. riugene Knauer, principal; kilen Ueaty, Maxine Prulhiere, Clenna .563 .536 .532 .531 .477 .477 .464 .421 Cleveland 61 Herrisford, ilertha Kennedy and Mil- Philadelphia 62 at 6 p. m. Ladies of the Methodist Church will serve the dinner. J'a to (mat Later In the period Luckman hit George Wilson and Mclean with a pair of passes for a 17-yard gain. Famigliettl hit the line for two Chicago 58 Washington 53 who further aided the Yankees in their pennant ambitionB by dropping to third place. The Box had to hit to win, since winning pitcher Ed more. On fourth down, Hid connect NATIONAL LEAttl'K Clubs Won Lost Pet. score 21-21 and the teams struggled ineffectively in the rain half way through the final period before the Bears were able to set the stage for Gudauskas' field goal that won the game. Pa Clinton Township Schools to Open '44 Term Friday (Continued uom page 1) St. Louis 91 71 Hcent Holt; Universal, Sarah Shew, principal; Minnie Foltz, Rachel o-zarth, Gladys Oard and Violette Iti-so; Jacksonville, William Payton, principal; Kthyl Crumley, Clio King and Vivian Stickle and Crompton Hill, Alda Marietta, Margaret Griffiths, Edith Hess, Barbara Carrera and Tegwith His. Clinton high school boys and girls were urged by Mr. Boyd to, return to their classes this tall. j ed with Jim Hen ton on a pass for the Hears' second touchdown. The All Stars still were fighting savagely as the second half opened and started a drive down the field the route, starting fllnger Johnny i Pittsburgh .752 .587 .56S .460 British Seize Ameins in Push To Rohot Coast (Continued from page 1) 30 50 51 67 65 74 72 77 Cincinnati ? New York 57 Chicago 54 Boston 50 Philadelphia 4S Brooklyn 4 8 Cayuga Family Escapes Injury in Auto Accident Mr. and Mrs. Ira Donald and sons, Charles and Robert, narrowly escaped serious injury on Friday night when a tire blew out causing the car to get out of control on the freshly graveled hill on Road 71, four miles north of Dana. About half-way down the hill the car went over the embankment, turned completely over and with four wheels in the air, rested at tiie root of the embankment. The tire blew out at the "top of the hill. After extricating themselves from the car, the Donald family walked a short distance to tiie home of Carl Schwab where help was secured. First aid was administered at the office of Dr. R. K. Brown but outside of Bhock and numerous adbraftions, it was found none of the family were servlously injured. .454 from 35 yards out that didn't stop ,403 I until Lou Saban crashed over for .403 a touchdown from the 1-yard line, ,384 la"d kicked the extra point as lie (had the previous two, to go ahead AMERICAN ASSOCIATION 1'as De Calais almost to the channel Lightning Itrfve Keen Amiens lies about 60 miles from A list of teachers for the Kugene township schools was released last week by Lane Clark, trustee of that township. It Includes: Otto Albright, principal; John (.'rick, physical education, industrial arts and coach; Miss Luel-la Hopkins, library and Knglish; .Miss Hazel Wilson, home economics; again, Iteai-H Kven Tally The Hears evened things aiiain In the third period, 21 to 21, Gudaus-kas kicking all the extra points, when Luckman after passing to McLean, Wilson and Margarita for good ad'-ances, i hoveled one to McLean who Tirove down the field for the Uelgian frontier, but only a brief slop at the Komme bridgehead day. A general teachers' meeting will be held In the Senior High School at 10 a. m. Friday, Following the general meeting principals will meet with thtir teachers for final Instructions. J Principals In the iownshlp schools held their -oignatfon moetlng Clubs Won Lost Pet. Milwaukee 91 44 .674 Toledo 83 53 .610 Louisville 81 53 .604, Columbus 76 61. .555 St. Paul 71 60 .542 Indianapolis - , 52 83 .385 Minneapolis " 47 88 .348 Kansas City 47 96 .278 anticipated and the next few days may witness a lightning push across northeustern France. Does not include second game. florsica was touched for the loss. Chet Rose netted two Detroit runs with a sev'-nth-lnnfng homer. That eight-run blast, manipulated by wench fortune and blessed In the eyes of the Yankees, was pulled by the Cleveland Indians in gaining a 12 to 7 decision over none other than the leading St. Louis Browns. While anxious wires all over the land were prematurely chattering a-bout the Browns' win (in view of the 7 to 3 lead the Browns held until tltat explosion ) Lady Luck again stepped In to score again for McCarthy. (lullelihlne Score 13lfl Roy Cullenblne took precisely that moment to score his 15th homer of the season to lead off the Cleveland attack. Seven runs then clattered across the plate to give Jim Bagby, the third of four Cleveland burlers, the credit for the win and charge the loss off to George Caster. The tamer 'part of the American League saw the Washington Senators win over the Philadelphia Athletics, 9 to 4, In the former's last home stand in Khibe Park. Luke Hamlin was hammered from the mound In the fourth under a five run barrage to give Emil Leonard the victory. National (hiii- in the National League Ronton defeated New York, 4-2; Brooklyn shellacked Philadelphia, 10 to 2 in a night game: and Chicago took Joint Allied Occupation Of Reich Proposed (Continued P"m Fage 1) f ...I 5&sfSSSj'U l'WUUTte TH' YJUST TRVING OUT M KEY CRIMINY1. JuSriCE MAS BlM VVOU MEAN TUE Y" HIT WEE 50 WftTIOKiT CZTN. -i 17 BAM; Vf7 9ww-iw.8HoontfOM cheated by some wild coot S?cut 2 Y: hair - - ,f j'Si jVv! NS m" BREADTH IM harry -mk mW '--'(m - 3$ m BTTHAT IS SMOKE IT'S i aw. I THtY RUSH IUT0 THt ROOM DAM STRiKcS" I fiSUT MOT SO FAST T"nMOTMMKS I MEANTIME A HALF MILE AWAY--TRWW AND THE S FROM OUR PRISONER'S jP" TWO OF THEM TOPPLE TO THE FL0OB--BUTA SOON YOU WILL HAVE f HE'S BIGHT I CAN'T POLICE ARE FOLLOWING WOLF AT THAT MOMENT I 1 IT ROOMQUICK THK THIRD MAW STEPS &ACK AND WHtPS 0JT A GUN- TO COME OUT OF I STAND THIS SMOKE HE RAISES HIS HEAD LOOKS T0WARD5 THE HOUSE II AIM ' I MOUSE MUST BE AFIRE." I i . . there-thI SMOKE I much longes-AND and listens wtently then 'A, T j ' . SO.' VOO WOULD DO 1 I COME OM- WILL DRIVE VOd RUDOLF DEAD WILL - sm V , "jJ I THAT TO RUDOLF?? LET'S SEE ., OUT-AMD WHIN 'A NOT 6E ABLE TO TELL . Jl WOLP'S RUNNING TOWARDS H'Vji I . S: -v Irf fOU THAT I WILL VOO DO IT.' IT DOES t WILL W ME what I WANT TO -T I THAT HOUSEAND LOOK, -W IMTVM v If SHOOT VOU.' I T i ' SHOOT JU KNOW AftOUT THEIE ITS ON FIRE COME OM.'.' V-, Secret R$gr- 4:5 or Germany are now being considered. In some American quarters tile view prevails tltat it probably would be easier for I'nited Htates forces to handle the Germans In a separate zone alone. On the other hand, joint occupation would extend American Influence to a zone which is considered more important than the one originally allocated to the L'nlted States. Indiistiial Itegfon I'lanne! American forces were to take over southern areas of Germany, including Fronconia and Bavaria. Th ItiiBKlaiis are to get eastern Germa- both ends of a doubleheader Item Pittsburgh, 12 to 5 and 6 to 3. The Cincfnnati-St. Louis arclight contest I was postponed. nay running tip to a line somewhere around the Oder river. The Britich zone was to b- In the north, InHud-ing Hanover, Westphalia and Mecklenburg. Thus, the Soviets and British would occupy the more Import Goat Milk Every suburban family should own a goat, because a goat will produce from three to five quarts of milk daily and will require but one-seventh the feed of a good cow, according to County Agent Willis H. Hoyt of Walpole, Mass. He pointed out that more people in the world drink goat's milk than any other kind of milk. ant industrial and shipping centers, while the Americans would get the more picturesque part of the Female Tars Russian ships employ 21,074 women sailors on river craft and 8,805 on seagoing vessels. Women are captains of several oi the nation's ships. Thimble Theatre GUNSMITH All Kinds of ;un lteialred Arlie Pender Hillsdale, I ml. Scott's Sobriquet Sir Walter Scott was known as "The Border Minstrel." Wmm Wis uje can teu. SOUTH bv this is no time forT r ".xmt'rA-if-v Ht""'" fWB)ElL,-mS JUS' CWNDV ff y .JTIX i Tgu TRfcES UPTHE Pf RSC0Fe) I. f - ' S . Mr?,VAS,ELEGUNV-NOltilT a)rrAT) lONTRH AND L0O AROUMP ! 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