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September 21, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 7

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1 Page Seven THE DAILY CLINTONISN Thui hdu.v, September 21, 1911. Standings Juncture Seals Arnhem Fall Bridge is Taken (Continued From Pg 1) In the National, the Cardinals and Braves were rained out and will play a double hill today. The Cards need only one victory to move into the world series even If the Pirates should win all their remaining games. The Pirates retained a mathematical possibility by topping the Dodgers. 2-1 and the (iiants and Cubs postponed hostilities because of wet grounds and the lteds and Phils split a pair. The Phils took the opener. 3-2 but Ilucky Wallers beat them 6-4. in the nightcap for his 22nd victory. mm ',:'- vf-l most actiity taking place in thf forest of Ilurtgen. In one area of Skirh there were heavy German counterattacks, all of which failed. One American column accounted for 2S Nazi tanks during the day. Gains were reported in the south while the town of Sillegry across the Moselle and eight miles south of Metz was reached. A Gorman Transoccan broadcast said that Nazi reconnaissance showed a great battle in, progress between Aachen and Maastricht. The By Jack Sords mm game, the pitchertcss Ked Sor ... four, the Macktnen in 3 and Senators in four. I The Yanks virtually erased them- selves from the pennant picture; when they Lowed before Diz Trout yesterday.' 8-2. That was victory No. 25 for the estimable Mr. Trout and his sixth over the Yanks this sea-; son. The boys who like to dig up i statistics assure us that the last man : to take six in any year from the Yanks was the immortal Walter j Johnson who turned the trick 32 . years ago. Hi on lis Still Failing I The Browns stuck gamely and stubbornly to the Tigers' heels by trimming the Senators. S-2. hut are. still two games 'back of the Iigers 1 in the "lost' column The Yanks l ' are four games to the bad and t ne i .. ' L-ti ii ' L" tin nil IlV iteu sm. who - the Indians 11-10, in 13 innings, are six games to the bad. Just to keep the record straight, the White Sox behind Orval Grove, topped the Athletics. 6 to 1, to wind up the proceedings of the day in the American League. PEo.isesAFi&4tWa- TM I MEN AND WOMEN WAR WORKERS URGENTLY NEEDED E. I. Du Pont De Nemours & Co. Inc. Operating . ( Wabash River Ordnance Works NEWPORT, IND. No Experience Required Working 48 1 lours a Week At Present Time and One Half Over 40 Hours REQUIREMENTS FOR WOMEN MINIMUM AGE 21 YEARS MINIMUM HEIGHT 5 FT. 3 IN. MINIMUM WEIGHT 120 LBS. Apply At WAR MANPOWER COMMISSION U. S. EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 2nd Floor Star Building Terre Haute, Ind. DUPONT REPRESENTATIVE Will Interview at the Vermillion County Rationing Board Office At Clinton, Indiana SEPTEMBER 21 through 26 whole region, Berlin said, is ulle with the gilliliashes of heavy and "very heavy'' arlillefy, blazing away on both sides. Headquarters reported some ene-my strong points still holding out in the vicinity of Boulogne.. These include Wimereux. All centers of resistance are being slowly mopped up and the Canadians have taken nearly 6.000 prisoners. Inspection of strong points and forts in Boulogne revealed them well-stocked with food. The Germans could have held out for a long time if they had desired to do so. Gen. Eisenhower's spokesman said. South of the Scheldt estuary Canadian troops crossed the Dutch border and are within two miles of the Schedlt at one points Incomplete figures show that 11,-500 aircraft sorties thus far have been carried out In the airborne in" vasion of Holland. The operation continues, headquarters said. '" , ...-s . ICE - ,. j WAR PAINT.' Jf f -Vt- "V yly ..,,... GRAND OLD MAN STAGG, DIAMOND ! DOPE I NEW YORK, N. Y. WVI1. boys, you may now start figuring on your pitchers for the opening game oi the world series. Oil. yes, we realize neither the Cardinals nor the Tigers have clinched their respective pennants to their respective masts but how much would you care to lay a- gainst either of them. v.... r.r .nriie lout a vlc- tr.rv for the Cardinals or a defeat for the Pirates today w ill automati - ...... euliv out llie Cards in the nig ser- ir.o Ami. vou must also realize that the TiL-ers are 2 to 5 to win in their circuit after knocking off the Yanks again yesterday. Tigers Have Hreeie From here on in the Tigers have only to beat the Y anks in one more ( DAW, H0W5 THE MVSTEKV DAN DUNN HAIRBREADTH HARRY iff'? vinJ w ! ' r - Theatre TILLIE llL the toiler ' : r PRETTY AftOUT THE. RECORD -fm,p?-WA,mf lateb- I iter Ifife GOLD??? I FAIR.CWEF--BUT ) Rain-Drenched Westville, CHS In 0-0 Game Clinton Scoring Threats Fail as Tigers Battle Local Squad to Scoreless Tie; Rain Hampers Game Playing most of the game in a sluicing rain storm, the Clinton Wildcats and the Westville Tigers battled to a 0-0 tie in the Clinton stadium last night before a drenched crowd of die-hard football fans. With the rain playing no favorites both teams made several fumbles during the game. Light drizzles hampered the first and third quarters while the players battled in driving rain during the second stanza. The faucets were turned off during the last quarter when both teams made spectacular touchdown bids that had the soggy crowd standing in the bleachers. lU-itiero, ilnian Sparkplugs Don Reinero, who emerged from the fray with a possible broken nose, and Jack Oilman, power-driving backfieldman, carried the Wildcats through the game with Reinero repeatedly smashing through the Westville line while Oilman miracu lously popped up time and time a- gain to slam down Westville's drives. Switch Players Tonv Enrietta played an out standing game both in the running and tackling departments. Coach B. L. McCool's switching of his players from line to backfield and back a-gain, while confusing to most of the spectators, accomplished results in nailing Westville. Clinton's most determined touchdown drive came in the closing min utes of the game when Oilman and Clover teamed up for a neat tackle and recover play on Westville's 30-yard line. Morefield took the Clinton punt on the 30, went about three steps and was smeared by Oilman while Clover stood by to take the ball. Keinero Start IHive Don Beinero tore down to the 20-yard stripe for a first down, then carried on to the lu-yard mark where it seemed a sure-fire touchdown march was in progress. The Tigers dug in before their goal line and stopped the Clinton assault on the 10-yard stripe. I Itraza-s, Morefield f;Hl Brazas, captain and left half of Westville, and Morefield. colored left half stood out in the opposing lineup. Brazas was responsible for the major part of the yardage rolled up by Westville while Morefield was a constant threat to the Clinton backfield. As the game opened Clinton received the Westville kick-off with Captain Sam Curry starting the ball rolling. Morefield stopped the Clinton drive on the 35, then punted down to the locals' 38. Westville scored a first down in their march in Clinton territory but failed to make headway against the local squad. As the second quarter opened Reinero pushed out of a T-formation to race to Westville's 4 8 where he was hauled down by Morefield. Enrietta beat his way to the 31 from where Brazas intercepted a Clinton pass to start another short Westville march on Clinton. The fast-moving first half ended with the drenched teams stalled at 0-0. Iteach Visitors 34 Early in the second half Clinton started another touchdown drive that saw the Wildcats reach the Westville 24-yard stripe before a fumble cost them the ball. Then Westville cleared the way for a touchdown when Yerem blocked a Clinton punt on the Wildcats own 20. Working their way down to the 10-yard line, the visitors drive was halted by the end of the quarter. Switching goals, Westville made a first down with goal to go in the first minutes of the quarter. Clinton's line froze and held with Pas-tore smearing the first Westville charge on his own five-yard line. An offside penalty put the Tigers on the ten from where they attempted the goal by air route but failed as Glover knocked down the pass. Libbert was tackled on the ten-yard line to end the touchdown threat. Clinton's final threat came in the last minutes of the game hut failed when the Tiirere wall stood firm, ending the game in a 0-0 tie. Summary: ' r' Clinton " -cjijnlp Veraina H K Libert Povlin - I! T Boyd Harbee R O Vaiketta (ilnver C Barney cilman L ; Hatrich Oraham L T Klazitis Cirev L E Yerem J M. Reinero Q B Wargo : D Reinero RH II Morefield , Enrietta LH B Brazas j Curry F B Ghibaudy Score by periods: Clinton 0 0 0 0 0 Westville 0 0 0 0 0 Substitutions Westville. Kuras. Haluska. Hlusarek; Clinton I'as- tore. Secondino. Officials Referee. Reynolds; umpire. Diederick and headlinesniau, J. D. Janzaruk. GUNSMITH All Kinds of Guns Repaired Arlie Pender Hillsdale, Ind. NATIONAL LEAOl'E Philadelphia. 3-4; Cincinnati. 2-6. Pittsburgh. 2; Brooklyn, 1. Chicago at New York, postponed. AMERICAN I.KAOI'K St. Louis. 5; Washington, 2. Detroit. 8; New York, 2. Chicago. 6; Philadelphia, 1. Cleveland. 11; Boston, 10. tThir-teen Innings). ASSOCIATION PI.AYOKKS SI l'.inl. 2: Toledo. 1. (Series stands at three victories each.) A. L. PENNANT RACE NEW YORK. X. Y. The American League pennant race at a glance; dubs W. L. Pet. a.B. G.R. Detroit SO C2 02 S6 60 Pet. .552 I'i .535 4 .521 6 St. Louis 7S New York 76 Boston 74 Games left to play: Detroit At home: 1 with New York, 4 with Boston. 3 with Phila delphia, 4 with Washington. Away: None. St. Louis At home: 4 with New-York. 2 with Boston, 2 with Washington, 3 with Philadelphia. Away: None. New York At home: None. A-way: 1 at Detroit, 4 at St. Louis, 3 at Cleveland. 4 at Chicago. Boston At home: None. Away: 4 at Detroit, 1 at Cleveland, 3 at St. Louis, 4 at Chicago. Good News, 1. 1 J. Fans "Hunchy" Back in Lineup BLOOM INfJTON. Ind. The back-field of Indiana University's Fighting HooBif-rs was strengthened today by one of the nation's outstanding passers as Bob Hoernschemeyer, 1143 star, returned to tlie Crimson lineup. Granted a "special order dis-charce' from the Xavy. Hoernschemeyer will be able to play the entire season on the I. V. team before reporting to be examined for entrance in the United States Naval Academy in April. He received an Academy appointment after being inducted last winter and had been at Bainbridge, Md., awaiting the beginning of a preparatory course to make up a deficiency in mathematics. However, the I "special order discbarge" will per mit him to take the required work at Indiana University. Hoernschemeyer last year com pleted 7 2 of liiTi nasses for a earn of 1,136 yards and also carried the ball for 515 additional yards. He was a member of the eastern All- Star squad which opposed the west in the annual charity contest. He may see only limited action against Illinois this Baturday because he believes bis legs aren't in condition for full-time duty, but Coach A. N. (Bo) WcMillin expects "Hunchy" to go at full speed painst "Michigan next week. Word from the Hoosier camp to day indicated that J. C Coffee and John Cannady, both veterans of last year, will be ready for their usual positions at guard and quarterback in the Illini game. Both have been hampered by injuries. BOWLING RESULTS WISKHAKT LKAGl'E PEPSI COLA Hays. 16", 148. lf.3 47K; Cheek. 14, 152. 133 431: Maloney. 100, 1C7. 12 4S; Hageman, 175. 181, 157 513: Chi- dotti. 117, 1S4, ir.x 4": handicap. 19. 129. 129 3S7. Totals. 694. 901. 902 2757. Ht'XALL -7- Boyd. 194. 151. ICS 513: Stevenson, 130. 1154, 15! 445: While, 125. 158, 127 410: Hain, 1 56. 149, 172 477; Kirk-man. 148. 134, 152 434; handicap. 193, 193, 193 579. Totals, 94IJ, 94S, 9ti3 2S58. FRISTS Lamuiey. 157. 145. 158 467; Turoei. 12. IGli, 180 472; Berto, 173, 170, 148491; Foster. 174. 135. 136445; Cloyd. 105. 178. 149 492; handicap. 153. 153. 153 459. Totals. 948. 847. 931 2S26. STEVENSON Welker. 104. 196. 163 403; Itopers. 109. 135, 112 350; Koneannon. 149. 120. 159 434; Fenoclio. 172. 171. 165 50' Iteniler. 118. 185, 1 43 440; ha- .! cap. 197. 197, 197591. T ai. 849. llllll. 939 2798. S. MATERIAL- Zanders!. 105. 100. 109- 494; Hatfi-ld. 14K. !75 498; Pittenter, 150. !!-. i23 415; Kimlile. 1 1 8. 85. 1 19322: YlcCown, 154. 185. 130 - 475; handicap. 219. 219. 219 057. TolalH. 954. 900. 9412801. MORGAN OHDI'Kliy Swick. 121, 142. 150 41'. : Cox. 129. 150. 154433: Ithoads. 1 .. . 113. 129 4110; Carris-'US. 131, 10 :. 154449; Boss. 126, 159, 168 453; Handicap. 2H9. 29. 209 627. Totals. S74, 7. 9702781. Former Newport Doctor Dies in Chicago Home Last rites were held Friday at the Watson Funeral Home in Cayuta for Ir. W. M. Lawhon ol' ChicaEo. formerly of Newport, who died at hit-home in that city last Tuesday foll-l owine a stroke. Kev. John Walton I Minister of the Newport Methodist ' Church officiated and burial was in ' the Thomas Cemetery northwest of town. He is survived by the widow. Mrs. Mabel Stevens Lawhon and one daughter. Miss Esther Lawhon. former Newport resident now living in Dan-,vUle, 11L , 1 1 "7?, ,-- moriso pboeamy B toiw, to the last place m p fUZ HAD 50ME0ME 1 JOE LIVED AND 5EE WHAT M TKAT M. DMM KM f STEAL THE PRINTS R I CAW FIND 00T HE WAS U v f J r HIFP- 1 SUPPOSED TO 60 WTO -, SOMETHING WA5 WB0WG YOUE 5? W2CH FOR C05PSE'5 FIW5EBPSIWT HS D!B A Major League Scoreboard . BASKBALIi TODAY Probable pitchers: AMKItK AN I.KAM K New York (Dubiel) at Detroit (Overmire). Boston (O'Neill) at Cleveland (Smith 1. Washington (Haefner) at St. Louis (Potter). (Other clubs not scheduled). j NATIONAL I.KAtil K j Chicago (t'hipman and Derringer) at New York (Voiselle and Pyle) (21. ' PitibiirL'h (Roe and Starr) at Brooklyn (Cregg and Zachary (2 1. St. Louis (M. Cooper and Wilks) at Boston (Barrett and Tobin) (2). Cincinnati (Konstanty and QaT-teri at Philadelphia (Barrett and Gerheauser) (2 twilight-night).-.. YKSTUUKAVS KKSllTS. AMKWCAN I.KAil K Detroit 8. New York 2.' i. Cleveland 11, Boston 10 (IS Innings). '. ' j .-St. Louis 5, Washington , (night). . j Chicago (i. Philadelphia 1 (night).! NATIONAL I.EA;l'K 1 Chicago at New York (wet grounds I. Pittsburgh 2. Brooklyn 1. Philadelphia 3. Cincinnati 2. Cincinnati 6. Philadelphia 4 (2d) St. Louis at Boston (rain). TOMORROWS GAMES NATIONAL LEAtJVK Chicago at New York. St Louis at Boston. 'ittshurgh at Brooklyn. (Only games scheduled I. AMERICAN I.EAa'E Washington at Chicago. Philadelphia at St. Louis. Boston at Detroit. New York at Cleveland. Treated with Sulfa Gonorrhea, a disease of great social and economic importance, can, in most cases, be effectively treated with the sulfa drugs. 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