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THE DAILY CLINT0N1AN S5' Page Flv8 Tuesday, September 12, 1941. Easily Destroyed Vitamin C is the most easily destroyed of all the vitamins. Major League Scoreboard Indiana Dcfri'ocrats Use Stale Issues In Fall Campaign Allied Airmen Drum at Reich Industry Areas (Continued from pace 1) INDIANAPOLIS, lnd. A vigor ous campaign. Ht retinitis state Ikkik'K. will be planned during the annual Dixie Walker May Cash In On Bat Crown Musial's Injuries Puts Brooklyn Star in Chase For Batting Honors; AL Race To Continue Today Dr. G. R. McGUIRE CHIROPRACTOR X-Ray 235', Blackmaa Yanks Oversea to See Movies of World Series CHICAGO, 111. - United States overseas forces will see baseball's fall classic, the Vorld series, again this year, Iaw Fonseca, promotional director of the American League, said today. The league will film next month's battle between the pennant winners of the American and National circuits, and hundreds of prints will be distributed to the armed forces in every part of the world. Fonseca said he will have a crew of 1") cameramen and technicians who will start shooting the series fall meet! Jiff of tht Indiana Demo I!SKI1A1,I, TODAY Probable pitchers: tV!i:itl('V I,KA,IK No gumes scheduled. .N.ATIOX.AIi l-K.AGl K Huston ( Ha r rut 1 at Brooklyn (Melton or Herring). Philadelphia (Scliant and Cer-heauseri at New York 4 Voiselle and cratic Pdllorlal uHKOciallun at French Lick Friday and Saturday, It wan learned today, Th Hoosier party cliiefH will not permit tlio Indiana Kepublicanft to Union after blasting Ihelr targets at Chemnitz, some 41) miles southeast of Leipzig. A communique from the headquarters of the Hasten! Command, U. H. Tlactlcul Air Force, was cerd-ited with the official announcement which added that lted ar force fighters gave "fine" support to tlihe American force as It approached Ho-vlet territory, (hie I'. H. I'laii Mlknliig All the bombers landed safely and only one u. H. Mustang was reported mlKKlug. The ujIhfIou. the l!jth In which eastern command bases have figured since the first V. K. bombers landed in Itusxla on June 2, encountered only moderate anti-aircraft opposition In the target area. I'revlously, the targets for the American heavies had been announced as synthetic oil plants in the Leipzig and Hannover regions. Kunport IjuhI Krive 'oiicentiale on national nHiien and will H(r?wn Indiana problems of ?ov- NEW YORK, N. Y. Although ernment during their Klrategical Oct. 4 In St. Louis. mm lias ueen no particular glee ex The 1943 series already has play Allen) 2). Pittsburgh fOsterniueller and ltoe) at St. Louis (Schmidt and lly-erly (2). Cincinnati (Gumhert and Heus-ser) at Chicago (Lynn and Pass-eau) (2). ed to more than 3.!iU0,jU0 serviceman and approximately 2.0uo,oo" civilians. Today's striked, combined with last night's assaults, saw some N,-uoo Ions of high explosives casead-ed down upon Hitler Kurope. Klghlh r. 8. Air Force headquarters announced that Fortress and Liberators, In "very ureal forces," attacked tiie oil factories and otiier Industrial targets in eastern and central Germany. Hlilltlle Italflft AlllKHlnced The announcement came shortly after official circles revealed that scores of the Hritfsh-based American bombers which on Monday attacked other German industrial targets around I.eiozig, continued on to Hussian bases. In their flight to bases in the Soviet Union, the IT. B. heavies were conferences. Insiders Raid. Present plant are to contrast tlie peaceful administration of Governor Henry F. Schrlcker. free from scandal, with lmpestuouB events of pant administration!) and recent O. O. P. factional strife. More than 600 reBerations have been made for the two day meeting, according to A. J. Heuring, of Win-slow, association president. Hugh A. Barnhart, first vice president of the association, Js In charge of arrangements. He announced that the add-i regses of Governor Schrlcker and Butter Extender Chicken fat that has been made 100 per cent fat by boiling it gently to remove the water, may be used in place of butter in cream sauces, cookies, fake and bread. Mighty Hoyal Air Force Lancaster! bombers supported the Allied drivel IKSTKItDAVS HKM'I.TH AMKItK'.AN I,KA,IK No games scheduled. X ATIOX AL I.K.A;i'K Cincinnati 6, Chicago 6 10 in-lllngsl. Pittsburgh at Kt. Louis (2) postponed. (Only games scheduled). lis cheese I vT. Vr that's digestible I food into the Helen last night, the Air Ministry announced, adding that they blasted the Industrial and railway city of Darmstadt In the upper Khineland. pressed over it in Mrooklyn, It Ik thought today that tlie Injuries suffered by tiie Cards' titan Mutual may aid liU arcli-rival. Dixie Walker, to capture the National League batting championship. Walker .354 Armise Although Musial was not serious-ly Injured in his collision with tenter fielder Deb Garmg In the ond game of Sunday's twin bill a-eainst the Chicago Cubs. It is likely that Manager Hilly Kouthworth, being world series-minded, will use Ftan sparingly from now on. When Stan crashed into the Texan, his batting average stopped at .34 s. Walker's average is .304. Taken at face value, H would appear that Dixie, plodding: through the morass of a seventh-place club, could breeze into the championship. But the Georgia boy is in a balling slump and last Sunday didn't get a good cut at the ball in nine times at bat. His fullle trudges tu the: plate knocked seven percentage points off his average, ttlufup May imI accompanied by Mustang fighters. Ground Machine If belting is used to drive machinery in or near buildings, ground both the driven machine and the engine. This applies particularly to machines mounted on rubber tires. as milk itself I SPKBAD5I.SUCBS1 TOASTS MELT? PERFECTLY! The Moscow radio announced that scores ol the Eighth U. . alrlorce heavyweights landed in the Soviet There's NEWS in the Ads. Senator Samuel D. Jackson at the banquet session Saturday night will be broadcast by (our Indiana radio stat ions. Other speakers will be Cornelius O'HrUn, of Lawrencehurg, short term senatorial nominee, and Floyd TOMOI'.ltOH't (JAM KM X ATIOX AL LH.Atil K Cincinnati at Chicago. Huston at Brooklyn. Philadelphia, at New York. I'lttHhtirgh at fit. Louis. AMf l'.ll'AN IKAi.l K New York at Philadelphia. (Only game scheduled I. Heiiimer. superintendent of the A. L. I'KyVtNT HACK State Penal Farm and nominee for lieutenant governor. Additional celebrities ?pectd (o attend are Paul , V, McNutt. War M a m w er head and M rs. M cS nit: M. Clifford Townsend, former gov- enior. and Mrs. Towiiseinl; Judge NKW YOliK. N. Y. The Amer ican league pennant raw at glance: I Because It's the Same Old Brew g ' - ., "It's the Brew for You!" f ':5t.-' ' Yet the lame old brew! Sferfina it . i ' v Sherman Minton of the Federal Jn order 10 laKe tile crown, liixle 1 -uhs W. must keep up his averages day h i vw york7fi cuit C'Miirt v Appals, and CongreHs-man Kay J, Madden, of the firtit dis aay. ana u tits nauitig slump is ex-i,roj( 75 L. til 1 ti2 C4 .501 .547 .533 St. Louis 75 Dost on 73 trict. Kenator Jackson will !j heard from 8:30 to 8:45 . in. and Gov Oames left to play: New York At home ernor Hcluk-ker from 8:45 p. in. an ill 9 p.. The Governor will con H . , iii :?' oll-giain beer at lis langy delicous best. ' 'fy, f. No resisting that delectable true-beer V ' taste possible only when choicest beer $ J Jr I . gtains ore expertly brewed to mellow ,1 S I f ' ' ' ' r perfection the way Stefling does it. So t" ' ' 'J fy it'no wonder Sterling gett first call. Don't ? , tinue liis address afterwards to the banquet guests. Both major speak ers are expeted to indicate the general tone of the campaigu. tended over a period 01 a lew days, be is through. It is not a bad guess 1 hat Musial's mark will be st.ablizied at .34K, unless be is -used regularly by Houlh-wortb. Another gent who will be shooting at that goal, although iiol a much in the spotlight as Walker or Ktan. will be Ducky Medwich -of the Ciants, who is hitting .843. One good day at the plate would establish Joe as a powerful contender. fitu4iaJJ In mi! 4uiet The baseball front was quiet yesterday, with no games scheduled in the American league and the Pirates-Cards night-twilight twin biil postponed. In the sole contest of Philadelphia. Away: 4 at Kt. Louis, 3 at Detroit, 3 at Cleveland, 4 at Chicago, 1 at Philadelphia. Detroit At home: S with New York, 4 with Boston, S with Philadelphia, i with Washington. Away: 4 at Cleveland. Kt. Louis At home: 4 with New-York. S with Boston. 4 with Chicago, 8 w'idi Washington, S with Philadelphia. Away: None. Boston Away: 3 at Washington. 4 at Detroit, 3 at Cleveland, 8 at St. Louis, 4 at Chicago. At home: None. FBI Enters Case Against forget good things go first So please I Camp BrMkinridgc Soldier 'emember olways ask for Sterling because t'Jg&J? EVANKV1U.K. lud. The red- I M 4 "Wf the brew for you." Try it today. H tv eral Dureau of Investigation n to I V : ff begin action today against a Camp I ft f I J SrttM-iMS it5,fiC.,fsitl, li. ' wf ' y Hreckenridge. Ky. soldier held in the I ' I :;"W Kvansville jail after a ild ride in an -jJi ail.c.m 4 , - ambulance stolen from ii funeral J ' , ' - ' j the day, the Cincinnati Keds edged out the Chicago CubB, 6 to 5 in ten innings. QStandlnj hum in Jieuaerson. j.v. f - -m m j ... a v , (Cat II With the siren screaniiug. the am- I fTrrtfGli fC A f ' F' ' ' V s-1 lirr r?o r AMUKICAS Clubs Won Lost Pet. -in, i..m ii, ,,m i'i,i'ui ?zaemi i ' ss Central Normal to Eesume Football For Fall Season DANVILLE, Ind. Central Normal College tossed its hat over the goai posLs today and announced a New York "C -w, niMvigtie lfrM . choice mNtK w ; , f ' -0" cause the rehicle had been driven Jf lVV fl , jS t,2 across the Jndiana-Kentucky line. . "' - i w f Detroit 75 St.. Louis Ik) football game Oct. 7 against Frank- UjOBt,on Clevelaud i5 Chicago : 4i3 iliiladelpliia (!4 Washington 58 Classified Ads Sell Most ADyttinj v ; : - ' n ...n..r..-r.Tl I 80 ,420 m ' ' , . ' il I f, cun . q, it tin I 1- A IV"! liu college, coacn oieun joniison said -the decision J.0 compute a-guiu in football was made alter lis men had indicated they were prospects for tiie team. Other games may he carded with Ball State. Karlham. and smaiier Ohio colleges. Get lu tin Bcrap! Won Lost Pet BW-C-HEADEPPEOeVe USSEDMIDE AS V MtTa H SCALPED ' J r. S7 .72ti Vscurrvims across P&.f-C'ts MicaR o ) jr Y; -i2Sy ll it HAIR - )hWA H--J feTTSSSSrK sss JmP MflW&r ClubB St. Ituuis I'ittsljurKh Cincinnati Chicuco NVw York li union liruolilyn riiilutielpliia GUNSMITH All Kindt of Oudh itejmird Arlie lender HilKdule, lnd. un Wl -Mimm j Fjddie McGovern, C of L Star, Works in TH Plant TKKKK HAt'TiS. Ind. Eddie ! Mctiovern, I'niversity of Illinois ath- 1 lute, is going to work in a war plant MONUMENTS For (service lruj Vu A Card L W. Walsh Monument Co. iiJ1 UultttNh Ave, Xerre faute, Indiana J nialiilig penicillin, according announcement yeHlerday. ! The spark plug ol the lllini baek- , BMM&f ".T uOrnl WHAT TH' DfcuC6 . ' TH' COgOMH) JUST 7 'vftCUUW THtT SUIT T . T THERE'S THE 1 OF 0M ' ID WATEff- VUH S0AKIW THAT : VOU JUST WATCH-- 6EWT THAT STirf I TH1WK THEYU 6U0D WHILE T US AN' DMll -THERE nil OVWAMITE I AMD ' ' .j OOT THAT 5TPKJ0 rSOM THE ' UC NilWi HE THAT CLOTHES om SAN- f Hit) IT'S IUE0tlt THE MltCObCOPE WAS WAV Of ' II All fiUAljE.OAW- &' j JAR 0AXE PACKAGE Ikl THAT ' PIECE Of CUAW AW ftv TH' WAV ALL KI6HT--WW OW TH6 PIECE OF TtaWfe WHO 3 AI0W WHAT?? '. . .. IT'S PRFtOTLV WATER FOR ?- I FILTER PAPEK--1 , THE CAWT FftlP AMV T THAT ttCUJM FILTER PAPER THE t-ORP'oE WAS'.' LJ S.i UAW I ' k r -t ' WAMT TO RiJAI THIS flARIPj Of VIOLEIUCE CLEANER -SPREAD r , ' TtJFj $ A pj1-: nfltrit Wr-ZJZ' T-r 5 J MATER THR006H rT- OM HIM M8E IT rn CLfTHimo OUT S MVbMYf h ' field hiKt year and national iiigli :enlegiHte scorer in l'.i4Z. explained tiiut lie had tal.en a job in tiie en gineering department of niereial KutveiHr- plant Hallle because lie wanted wrecking tiie lainily car. "The road turned and I didn't." .McGovern commented. "Itad need a car to get hack and forth from wurii so I told liini to buy one and I would see tiiat it was paid for." The la! her is a railroad employe. Thus if the 1-year-old .Metioveru oneiaday ,? VITAMIN sLtaBLCTS . vl THINK f kt Ywr uin- A' . Imum daily requiriunUi of A and V Vi tarn to or of -nl i B Cmnpisx Vjuwnim. in one 'Jt f if pleasant tablet. I(minber J-' th name ONE-A -HA IT VZ tbrand) Vitamin Tublrta. f. foAx WERV1ME f'A you Wkfl. Crankr. I'wl V RmmT 1 Milas Nfrt.n U leattvn fxrvtu Kar T Teiiion Gt it at your dnitf WW aUrv. Head direr tiofw antl "B u only ai directed. Alka-Seitzerfc" W'HKN Btud. M- r7J . " ctar Puiu r SuipU jlT V Nraiia. JiistMM afur i . "Hrains ttor" tnurlm lUi Irour work or sikhI l rour fuo. try Alk4ltMr. fl I carries out bin Intentions, he nut he mailable for the Illinois en this season. m Tail rurasher The brown thrasher s flailing, twitching tail gave it the title c. "thrasher." 1 (MmmU SJ STAN? THOTl feK Bide of Hippopotami" The hide of a hippopotarr inches buck. l! Starring WfW, 7 I J IrTN (WHy DON'T YOU j j ANDiTILLJofTLt TTl 1 1 "S AU. OFfv TIUJE- i TTIITr fT I? V.-3 GO. TILUE?? VOUK WA BACKj ( P j My FR.END HANDED MEj ULdUlEi TlLUE,THisl - (THE NUtSE IS HERE L3RING ME A tV) THOSE TWO BOSSES-J IS BILL-I JUSflSrTL (T V H AND BILL IS SUCH MORNING 1 V 1 AND HOW" .1 - HEARD THAT MylJ - 0 Sa MICE QUIET PAPER -J 3lrT tiie FRIEND, THE CI( 2 , m BOV HAE A - fy-Sp V SERGEANT WANTS yX I V - c OpTll NICETltEJ . JTv 3 , "'S ,I ' TOILER ?0 J feAfffl vyff 'MfJ ATTENTION WOMEN BOWLERS There Will Be A Meeting WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 From 7:30 to 8 P. M. At The Lucky Strike Bowling Alleys To Organize The Women's League All Women Bowlers And Beginners Interested Are Urged To Be Present At The Meeting LUCKY STRIKE BOWLING ALLEYS

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