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Monday, September 18, 191 i. THE DAILY CLINTON1SN PnBc f: PEPPING TIGERS - - By Jack Sords f Major League Scoreboard Helt's Prairie Family Dinners employed in Indianapolis during the summer, has returned to her home here to take up her duties as a teacher ill the Dana Schools. Roy Nlckle and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nickle spent Tuesday In Terre Haute. Mrs. L. H. Reed and daughter, Mrs. Zolly von Schwartz and son were supper guests of Mrs. John Ousky in Clinton Tuesday evening. Clinton Wildcats Conquer Paris in Opening Grid Meet It ASKIiAI.I, TODAY Probable pitchers:' AMERICAN I.E.1GIK No games scheduled. XATIO.VtJj LEAfilE Brooklyn (Chapman) at Boston (Hutchings.) Only game scheduled. Reinero, Gilman Lead Local Gridders In 30-0 Win Over Illinois Souad; W ildcat YESTERDAY'S RKSl'LTH AMERICAN' LEAtil'E Philadelphia 5, New York 4 (1st). McDowells, Reeds Are Hosts to Parties; Dana Teacher Returns Home Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson of South Bend spent the weekend here with their son, Harold Johnson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Claude McDowell entertained at dinner laBt Sunday the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Jones, Mrs. Ollie Jones, Miss Shirley Earlcs, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rlnehart and children of Clinton, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Woodard and children and Misses Lucille and Wilma McDowell. The Misses McDowells were week end guests of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Zolly von Schwartz Larvae Damaging Most housekeepers know, of course, that the adult or parent moths don't eat holes in garments or furnishings. They just fly around and lay little white eggs where their "children" can develop. The short light brown, worm-like larvae that hatch from the moth eggs do all the damage. Wool is the favorite food of the larvae, but they like fur just about as well, and feathers and hair. Score in Every Quarter as Paris Troves Weak Opponent for Cats in Initial Gam ANiese-proi .196 oaJ j vy is a Scoring in every quarter of the game, Clinton's untried Philadelphia 2, New York 1 (2nd). Uetroit 7, Cleveland 2 (1st). Detroit 3, Cleveland 0 (2nd). St. Louis 5, Chicago 1 (1st). Chicago 8, St. Louis 2 (2nd). Washington 7. Boston 6. NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia 7. New York 0 (1st). Philadelphia 5, New York 4 (2nd). Boston 3, Brooklyn 0 (1st). Brooklyn 3. Boston 2 (2nd). Pittsburgh 7, Cincinnati 1 (1st). AT FIRST - and inexperienced Wildcats came through their first match of the season with colors flying as they handed the Paris Wildcats a decisive .30 - 0 defeat in the local stadium Friday night. With Reinero and Gilman sharing starring honors in the plays the fleet-footed Reinero pushing across two touchdowns and Gilman turning in , and son of Akron, O. spent the Labor Day week end with Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Heed. Mr. von Schwartz then went to New York City on a business trip, while his family will re an outstanding job of blocking in Cold Preparations aiv Cincinnati 2. Pittsburgh 1 (10 ins. 2nd). Chicago 2. St. LouiB 1 (1st). Chicago 2, St. Louis 1 (2nd). Detroit Tigers Smash Three-Way Pennant Fight Detroit Squad Takes addition to two of the goals the Wildcats rang up one touchdown in the first quarter, two in the second and one each in the third and fourth. i Only blot on the Wildcat record was the failure to make any of the five points after touchdowns. Paris took the kick-off but soon lost the ball to the driving Clinton team. The Wildcats' first score came early in the initial round after Paris punted out on downs from the J5. Reinero took the pigskin to the f I CRAWR, main here for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Stanley and family have moved from the Mack property. Mrs. Russell Banes of Lafayette was the week end guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Frist. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Reed enter-! tained last Tuesday with a family ' dinner. Guests included their daugh- ter. Mrs. Zolly von Schwartz and i son Forrest Reed. Motor Machinist 3c Austin Reed and wife and Mrs. . John Ousky and daughter Carol. I 4utin. Reed who is with the Navy vras home on leave from Puget i Sound. I . Miss .Louise Helt, who has been j TOMORROW'S GAMES NATIONAL LEAGIE C I n c i n n a ti at Philadelphia (night). (Only game scheduled). AMERICAN LEAGIE Philadelphia at Chicago (night). Washington at St. Louis (night). New York at Detroit. Boston at Cleveland (night), ... Lad in A. L. Chase; Browns in Second Place WANTED RAILROAD WORKERS Of All Types SEE: REPRESENTATIVE RAILROAD RETIREMENT HOARD ' Ration Hoard Office Every Tuesday 0:00 to 11:30 A.M. '-' A. L. 1'EN.VAXT RACE NEW YORK, N Y. The Detroit Tigers, who within the space of a 26, swished on down to the 13 where Curry took over, carrying the ball to pay-dirt territory in the four- NEW YORK, N Y. The Amer month swept from nowhere to prominence as the team to be feared today holds a comfortable lead in the American League's blistering flag race after a smashing an uncommon thre-way lead for first place.; 7 I fcj ican League peunant race at a I nJ p'S w. L. pe, .0B GR ican League peunant race at glance: Clubs W. Paris Gridder Sustains Fractured Leg in Game - Bob Murphy, Paris High School p. r. r t i a I senior and backfielder for the Paris Detroit 78 St. Louis -78 New York 7G Boston 74 63 .553 14 14 football team, was in the Paris Hos By trouncing the Cleveland in both ends of a twin bill yesterday, 7 to 2 and 3 to 0, the Tig 64 .543 2 13 1 6G .029 4 14 yard line area. D. Reinero smashed over for the touchdown. Hammering on against the hapless Tigers, the Clinton crew scored again in the opening minutes of the second quarter as a Gilman to Cirey pass set the stage for the second marker. Cirey snared the ball on the three-yard line, passing to Gilman who swept around end for the score. Playing their first game under fumble on the 18-yard stripe to set the ball rolling for Clinton's third 78 62 .557 78 63 .553 70 64 .543 74 66 .529 67 75 .472 66 75 .468 64 77 .454 6(1 81 .426 ers strode to a half-game lead over ( I3flon the St. Louis Browns, a two-game ; Philadelphia advantage oer t.it. New York Yan-: tieieidna kees, who dropped from first to,LUIta;o pital today suffering from a fractured right leg sustained in the football game here Friday night, Paris Hospital authorities said. 'Murphy was injured in the late part of the game but was able to walk off the field at the time. Later examination showed the leg to be fractured, it was said. He will be out of the game for the remainder of the seaBon. (james ahead. (James remaining. Games left to play: Detroit At home: Three with New York, four with Boston, three with Philadelphia, four with Washington. Away: None. St. Louis At home: Four with third place in two days, and a four- game edge over the fast-fading Boston Red Sox. Pitchers Suing Win NATIONAL LV.AGIK Clubs Won Lost pet. touchdown of the game. Completing - BE SURE TO HEAR William "Tubby" Lark Of the Bureau of Safety and Mines SPEAK AT THE FORMAL OPENING OF DEMOCRATIC HEADQUARTERS First Door North of the Palace Theatre Tuesday, Sept. 1 9th 7:30 P. M. Hear the Democratic Policies Outlined The Tigers accomplished their much-needed twin triumph, not with New York, three with Boston, three with Washington, three with their pitching stalwarts, Dizzy Trout and Hal Xewhouser. but with a pair of comparative second-raters Stub .681 .586 .558 .475 .450 .414 .413 .410 St. Louis 96 45 Pittsburgh 82 58 Cincinnati 79 60 Chicago 66 73 New York 63 77 Brooklyn 58 82 Philadelphia 57 81 Boston 57 82 New York At home; None. A- way: four at St. Louis, three at Detroit, three at Cleveland, four at by Overmire, who went in with 10 won and 11 lost, and Rule Gentry, GUNSMITH AH Kinds of Gun Repaired Arlie Pender Hillsdale, Ind. who had nine victories to 13 losses. Chicago. Boston At home: None. Away: Four at Detroit, three at Cleveland, three at St. Louis, four at Chicago. Overmire held the Indians to three hits in the opener while three Classified Ads Sell Most Anything I 1 i - . . . . mr the brother act. Don Reinero scooped up the ball to the ten-yard line. Momentarily set back by a 5-yard penalty, the Cats soon recovered when D. Reinero went around end again to hit the 8-yard line. On the next play, Gilman plunged off tackle to ring up the third six pointer, D. Reinero started the fireworks In the third quarter with a 50-yard march to Paris 5-yard line with Curry plunging through the line to score Clinton's fourth goal. The Parisians made several attempts to get within shouting-distance of the Clinton goal-posts but were stopped cold by Clinton's line. The Tigers managed to crack through to Clinton's 15-yard line during the third period but were halted before becoming a serious threat. Reinero scored the final touch-1 down in the fourth period, smashing j through tackle in a power-drive to j make the score Clinton 30, Paris 0. j I Indian picthers were clouted for 11 hits. As usual, Rudy York figured prominently in the batting assault, netting a triple, double and two s'i.gles. Gentry had a no-hit game in the nightcap nidi) the latt of the ninth, when Indian manager Lou lioudraeu singled. Ed Klieman yielded all the Tiger runs and was charged with the loss. Jit-owns Split With Sor The Browns, meanwhile, fcplit (HtlLOCHIEF-fvi , , 1 fVE5-W0W I WANT "A HALF T J I AATEK-AT THE tWK WHCBt THt FARMER I fGEE, DAN-THAT'S THE " l AM CONVINCED THAT LOCATED THE FARM YOU 1 DOZEN PLAINCLOTHES MEN- f OK, KEEPS HIS MONEY FOURTH BUSINESS PLACE THERE IS MORE TO IT THAM WHERE THE MURDERED HAVE?? T WE'LL GET 6ACK OUT THERE 3 DAN , , THAT'S GIVEN THAT , WE SUSPECT-LET'S PICK MAN OBTAINED HIS ySJi ! AMD CHECK UP ON THE fW y4 YES. MR. DUNN, WE t SEE, THANK FARMER THE HIGHEST .; UP THE OFFICERS NOW AND DYNAMITE I rf FARMER WHO OWNS THE f 2 HAVE KNOWN HIM FOR V0U-AND KEEP REFERENCE THAT ; ! GO OUT TO THE FARM I'M v r J ' r -PLACE I If OVEB TWENTY YEARS, THIS INQUIRY MURDER IS AS MUCH OF '( BEGINNING TO SEE THE J ,' - T -TT til HE HA ALWAYS 6EEN - SECRET PLEASE? A MY5TERY NOW AS - PATTERN OF THIS CRIME.' J5a V I f f A VERY HONEST CITIZEN-1 mr tt 3 IT EVER WA5 I y -s dan ,KpJ ,JfS' Sm Alaal DUNN 1 W$sf; ffflS i Orhr Ttfl h?tJ .1 with the Chicago White Sox, the l Brownies winning the opener, 5 to i 1, but losing the afterpiece, 8 to 2. Vern Stephens gave the Brownies a j nice first-game lead when he whack-I ed a two-run homer in the first as Several penalties were called a- inlw&t Plininn an t tin WiWIfata tt'dfO ith the shaking the kinks out of their un-l P" was cerdited w uKc,ua rfirman fnr (he I win. Bob Muncrief was tabl ilap.tlin-lti'hta nurdirnioniv fnr the bbed for first time. Although several typical 'is 'Shlh los6 ln tlie nightcap when -a o- nniir.H the the Sox scored three runs in the seventh. team gives good promise of devel oping into a hard-fighting grid combination. Playing their first game under Coach B. L. "Gunny" McCool, the Cats showed a fighting spirit and SpPfpt ' T "-""r T" 1 Tv , HEH TH' T"""" f YEAH-GOT IT BfcHT HERE J WELL, DOGGONE HI W MLN-YOU STAY HERE 'sH i ( SO YOU RE BACK, j CHECK UPON '-WERNN'.ENT YVANT5 9 VOU HAVE I IN TH' TOOL SHED-IN YOU HAD FOURTEEN Tj ON THfc FARM AND GEE, DAN.' n . ' EM?? WHAT DYUH V0UR SUW T KW0W ABOUT U YOUR RECORDS. I FACT I KEEP A RECORD MAY 6E STICKSBUT THERE I SEE THAT NO ONE 1 D'YUH THINK UPeratlVe wAMTTOKNOW IofDYNAMITT- EVERYTHING, fi THEN? I OF EVERYTHING I USE ON SURPRISED ARE 0NLV TEW HERE LEAVES THE PLACE- j HE KILLED hOW?? J T" EH,--WELL THAT'S V- y 4 TH' FARM THEN I KNOW r jrW IN TH' BOX-SEE THE FARMER AND I I THAT6DY?? i r- jj-s ' (ikr , EASY CMON.' f Lf HOW MUCH I MAKE -I'VE 'HERE'S MY PURCHASE ARE GOING TO TOWN ? y' AQ t'.n, Sf Zy r T'i f GOT FOURTEEN STICKS ijk'Ari 5LIP5--AN I USED ALL To VIEW THE CORPSE.' j 1 Sf Xw i J Ss I ' OF DYNAMITE LEFT , Jr BUT FOURTEEN S-i r j- r ll H V T J lLs-ZtJir CASTING STUMPS I LA -k, fought hard despite the uneven con test. And the Yankees? Well, they dropped two to the fifth-place Philadelphia Atheltics, 5 to 4 and 2 to 1. Ernie bonham was the victim in the opener when his teammates handed the A's two unearned runs, and Russ Christopher was credited with a relief win. Joe Rerry, wobbly heretofore, ruined the Yanks with his fine relief flinging in the nightcap as Walter Dubiel was charged with lite JOSH. fi-J Sr Pall Rack The Red Sox were flung further out of contention when they dropped a single game to the Washington Senators. 7 to 6. Joe Iiowman , Curry. Gilman and D. Reinero turned in outstanding performances with the trio of lettermen accounting for the five Clinton touchdowns was blasled out of the box under a and working up a large percentage of the ground pained. Meeting YVestville Wednesday night should prove more of a test for the Cats as the powerful Illinois team usually comes to Clinton armed to the teetli against the Wildcats. . The third game in the Westville-Clinton series. Wednesday's night contest to be played at & p. m. in the local sradium promises plenty of competition for the local six-run assault in the second, and Alex Carfrawjue! was given the win on a relief job, although he himself was neijK-u ov i,:u wituwe. n tne .national ieague, ine ap parently-faltering Ht. Louis Cards lost two to the Chicago Cubs by identical scores of 2 to 1. The Cards now have suffered 15 losses in 20 games, but need just one more win to clinch the flag. Andy 1'alko bat ted the Cubs to the first-game tr - I am 30 Woat tuimp (rorwo2z pipnt u vSSTP irrmmlB Jf!Ml&J) tuuZ" pi?ums) "-no; TPRAPS wJ miPir- ?snal:? ,)jr& rs SM frmhHLL 1 Foster R E Owens Povlin R T Waymire Barbee R G Englum Glover C Rosenberg Gilman L (; Flanagan Graham L T Kennedy Cirey L E Cychol umph with a two-run bonier in ' . seventh, and Claude Passeau .cn on five hits in the nigthcap. M. Reinero Q U Talt D. Reinero RHU Murphy Enrietta LHB V. Stt-idl Curry Y B Eldredge Score by periods: Clinton II 6 30 Paris 0 0 0 Scoring touchdowns: Clinton. D. Reinero, 2; GUmour. 2: and turn'. 1. Substitutions: Clinton: Verzina, Bumgardner. Pasture. Counsel. Se-condino; Ferrara, Smith. Goodman. Helms. McLeish. Jones, Rowley and Keer. Paris: I. Carli. Sultzer, B. Curl and Henn. Officialis: Reieree: R. Elliott: umpire. C. Reynolds and headlinesman. S. Willis. KmIs Pirates IMvioV The Cincinnati Reds J Pi; is-burch Pirates divided, t' Pirates taking the first game. 7 to 1. and the Reds the second. 2 to 1. in ten innings. Rip Sewell was credited with opening win as the Pirates scored three in the fourth inning and four in the fifth. A double by Frank SlcCormick in Ce last frame gave the Reds the trium;ib in the closing game. The Boston Braves and Brooklyn Dodgers split, the Braves winning the opener. 3 to 0. and the Dodgers taking the afterpiece, 3 to 2. Jim Tobin held the Dodgers to four hits in the first contest and Rube Melton was credited with the nigtcap win. although lie blew up in the eighth. Giants Lose Two The New York Giants dropped a brace of games to the Philadelphia Phillies. 7 to 0 and 3 to 4. Bill Lee held the Giants to two hits in the opener and Ron Northey busted a 1-4 deadlock in the afterpiece with i sixth-inning homer. f tMMM RMk- 'yMo vPM 7? 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