The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on September 1, 1944 · Page 7
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Clinton, Indiana
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Friday, September 1, 1944
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Pago P;'v7t Friday. Seplvmlier 1, 1911. THE DAILY CLINT0N1AN FRESHMAN ACE By Jack Sords day with Mrs. ltoark's parents anil sister. Mr. and Mrs. lOrnest lllbeily and Mr. and -Mrs. Lawn-nee Jones. Other dinner guests were Mrs. Allie Cummins and Mrs. Lydia Ituard ol Cayuga. Major League Scoreboard Indiana High School Sports To Be Continued INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. Continuation of high school sports programs, with emphasis on inter-high school athletic act ivil is was endorsed a-gain loduy as the policy of the In Henderson Chapel Mrs. Allie Cummins was In JJun-iile Friday. Mrs. Albert Jenks, and Mrs. Karl Gilbert of Dana visited Thursday afternoon with Thelma Jones. Miss Jessie Merrilnan spent last week visiting Mr. and Mis. Owen Downs and family and alsu attended the fair. Mr. and Mrs. Mux HIsIhjj and Mineral Supplement Bone meal is an excellent mineral supplement tor livestock. 1!.SK!!A1.I, TODAY Probable pitchers: .UIIOItH'AN I.KAGI'K Washington (Lefelnre) at York (Honhaml. New Yankees Increase Heat on Browns In A. L Contest New York Team Only Two Steps Away from Leaders; Detroit Tigers in Win NEW YORK, N. Y. Now only two gumrH out of first place, the New York Yankees took another step In the rlnlit direction today and increased the heat on the St. Louis itrowns by taking both ends of a double header from the Washington Kenatora yesterday. The St. Louis team faltered in the ninth limine of Its arVllirht con I'hilalflliia (Hlackie or Christo S-rieoltroJ Ai COLUMSdS GUNSMITH All Kinds of Guns Itejiaired Arlie Pender llillsiliili-, Inil. sons, Honnle and Krank spent t lie week end wit 1 1 Mr. and Mrs. Lewis' Jones and family at Indianapolis. j Mr. and .Mrs. ltoscoe lloark of In-' dianapolis spent Saturday and Sun- He isJueo wi.y A - til diana High School Athletic Association fnr the coming season. In t he September bulletin issued by the Association, the J. H. S. A. A. pointed out that since 1!42 il hus advocated continuance of inter-school athletic activities as well, and as long, as the schools were a-ble to do so, while still abiding by governmental rules, regulations and policies. "No other policy seems justifiable," the board of control and athletic council opined. The organization, headed by Com pher I al itoston tljownianl. t'leveland ISmitli) at Chicago lllaynea) (night). Detroit iNewhouser) at St. Louis i roller) (night). NATIONAL LKAtil K New York (Fischer) at Brooklyn i.Melton). llosion (Hutching and C. Darrein at Philadelphia (flerheauscT and It. Barrett; (twilight and nigtht ). Chicago (Fleming) at Cincinnati ( Walters ) (night). SI. Louis (Ostermuellerl at Pittsburgh (,Schuiilit) (night). o a r ; test with the Detroit Timers last! ntRht, and emerged on the short 1 end of a 4-3 score. The Yanks, with ' "T y toml. 11 I missioner Arthur L. Trester, urged) Every Saturday Night "C c close to 18,000 fans thundering their approval, topped the Senators 9-4 and 4-3 yesterday afternoon. Crowd I Wins on Homer Krank Crosetti won the nightcap for the Yanks with a ninth-inning its 810 member high schools to conduct their inter-school athletic activities on the same plane as other school work, with all students included in some way in intramural athletics, inter-school athletics or in physical fitness programs. wMurJe! Most" effective Ai I IO .-S-- BEER-WINE-WHISKEY-MIXED DRiNKS No Cabaret Tax Until After 9 p. m. - YKSTKRIIAV'S RIOSI LTS A.MKKK AN MOAOCK New York 9. Washington 4 (1st). New York 4. Washington 3 (2nd). Detroit 4. St. Louis 3 (night). (Other clubs not scheduled). NATIONAL I.KAOtK (No games scheduled yesterday). Standings AM KICK J.KAOI'K Clubs Won homer into the left field stands. Two outs had been marked up by that time, and it looked like an overtime session when Crosetti connected. In the eighth inning of the first game, Johnny Lindeil smacked a three-bagger with the bases loaded, scoring all three of Ills mates. Tiie Detroit 'victory was credited to Dizzy Trout, who relieved Stubby Overmire in the seventh to score his 23rd victory of the season. Roger Cramer tallied the winning run with two outs on a sacrifice and a scratch hit in the ninth inning. Pet. .559 .543 St. Louis 71 New York (ill .536 Lost 56 r.s 58 60 68 67 67 75 TO.MOKKOW'S JAMKK NATIONAL JiKAJI"K Chicago at Cincinnati. New York at Brooklyn. Boston at Hiiladelphia. St. Louis at Pittsburgh. AMKKICAN LKAHK Cleveland at Chicago (night). Washington at New York. Philadelphia at Boston. (Only games scheduled). Detroit 67 Boston (18 Philadelphia 62 Cleveland 61 Chicago T i. S8 Washington 53 .531 .477 .477 .4 64 .414 Ninth at Vine Street Those were the only games scheduled in both the American and National Leagues yesterday. Yanks, Senators Tangle The Yanks and the Senators tangle again this afternoon at the stadium and the Browns will meet Detroit in another arclight contest this evening. All other entries in both leagues also have games on tap this afternoon. NATIONAL I.KXOVK Clubs Won Lost St. Louis ill 30 Pittsburgh 71 t.0 Cincinnati 67 51 New York 57 67 Chicago 54 65 Hoston 50 "4 Philadelphia 48 72 Brooklyn 48 77 Germans Work At Top Speed On New Explosive (Continued from page 1) Pet. .752 .587 .508 .460 .454 .403 .400 .384 THERE ARE MANY REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD: blematic of the honor, next year at the annual game between the National Football League champions and the college All-Stars. The Tulsa player sparked the All-Stars by his brilliant passing during the time he was in the game and also set a record for the classic with his 85-yard quick kick in the first quarter. Dobbs Wins Most Valuable Honor For All-Stars CHICAGO, 111. Selection of Lt. CMenn Dobbs of Tulsa University as the most valuable player for the All-Stars in their game with the Chicago Bears Wednesday night in Dyche Stadium, Evauston, 111., was announced today. Dobbs received a substantial ma AMKKK'A.V ASSOCIATION Clubs Won Lost the reports believe that if the Germans should succeed in controlling the new explosive, they probably would destroy entire cities with it. A desperate hope that it can be controlled and made to work as an effective instrument of war is Milwaukee 91 Toledo 86 Louisville 81 Columbus 77 Pet. .674 .619 .600 .558 .542 .377 .348 .278 44 53 54 61 60 86 88 06 thought to be behind the ettorts ol j gt, pauj 71 the Nazi leaders to exltort the Ger-1 Indianapolis 52 jority of the votes taken in a pall of the sports writers from many sections of the country covering the game. Proves Wonderful For" Itching Skin To soothe itching, burning skin, apply medicated liquid ZEMO a Doctor's formula backed by 30 years continuous success! 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