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Page Fi ve OT II E DAILY CLINTON1AN Frith.-, Si'itioiiiljtT .11)11. BOWLING RESULTS X'A COLA LF.AOl'E PUBLIC SEKVICE CO. Peck, 129, 128, 111 368; Jones, 155, 135. 149431); Baysinger, 170, 129, 153 452; Moonev, 163, 143, 138 444; Straw, 247, 220. 181654; handicap. 151. 151. 151453. Totals. 1015. 912. 883 2810. GREGORY CAFE Lanimey, 170, 162, 162 494; McDonald. 186. 129. 157472; Maloney, 190, 175. 144 5U9; Daves, 183, 203, 141 527; Wilson, 191. 123, 180 494; handicap. 131. 131, 131 393. Totals, 1051. 923, 915- 2889. Northwestern To Open Grid Sked Against DePanw EVANSTON. 111. Northwestern University's gridiron eleven will open Its 1944 season tonight against DePauw I'nlverslty of Greencastle, lnd. under the lights of Dyche Stadium. Thu kickoff is scheduled for 8:01. Willi both teams relying heavily on Navy V-12 trainees, lite game will be a "tester." All hut three of 4 0 Di I'auw players are members of the nay program while 37 of Ihe Wildcat's 52 players are nuvy men. Minus the services of such slars as Olio Graham, Herman Frlckey and Don lluffmlre. Couch Lynn Waldorf has had to begin on the cellar floor lo rebuild Hie backfield. He will start for letlernien, two transfers and five freshmen. Starting leltennen, all of whom cats are going through stiff drills at Sporlland Park in readiness for the first away game at llerstmeyer Tech of Terre Haute at Terre Haute Friday, Sept. 29. Still unscored on after two games, the Wildcats are rehearsing in earnest for their match witli tiie Terre Haute, siiuad which may well be one of Ihe season's most important games. Traditional rivalry liichlighls all ol' Ihe local squad's games with Terre Haute and a good contest Is Insured. The Geisliueyer crew will pry Ihe lid off their season lonigut when they tackle the Wabash Valley champions. Hie iinhiiiKOli, III. Maroons at lioliliison. I Hilton's record lo dale Includes a 30-0 win over Paris and a 0-0 Ik with Weslville, III. Major League Scoreboard 149, 234, 154 537; Fr. Shea, 184. 155, 164 503; Manship. 175, 167, 1(ii) 5H; Leinslra, 142, 166, 141 449; Ave, 158, 212. 200 570; handicap, 152. 152. 1 52456. Totals, 960, 1086, 9803026. HORNEY BATT. SHOP Lane, 144, 138, 164 446; Poloncy, 174, 179, 163 516; Waugli. 151, 189, lljll f,o0; Cooper. 156, 185, 144 485; Karanovich, 155. 181. 237 573; handicap. 104. 104. 104312. Totals. 88 1, 970, 9722832. M ATTIODA GROCERY Mur-dock, 167. 193, 1 27 487; Lyday, 157. 168..1S7 - 512; Matlloda, 155, 194, 21 8 567; Costello, 182, 200, 185 -567; Bra.ukas. 184. li. zn -575; handicap. 113. 113, 113 339. Totals. 958, 1027, 10623047. Clinton ISTC Student On Homecoming Committee TERRE HAUTE, lnd. Among the Indiana State Teachers College students in charge of arrangements for the 28th annual homecoming celebration on Oct. 6 - 7 is Martha White of Clinton. Students complete the entire program which will open with the pep dinner Friday evening to be followed by the Navy V-12 battalion show. Saturday will be highlighted with the traditional parade, sorority and fraternitv reunions, the football game with Illinois State, and the Blue and White Ball. . 7 II: F The Browns were helped in their race lor the pennant when the Yanks defeated the Timers, 5 to 4, in a 10th inniliK victory. Frank Crosetti, one of the few remaining veterans or last year's pennant-winniiiK crew, was chiefly responsihle for the win when he drove a doulile liii;h off the left field Hereon to tirinK Johnny I.iti'irll in from second. ( leu. land downed lioslon in the only remainini: tame scheduled in Hie American l.ealiiie. li lo 2. In Hie Nalional Loacee. aside from I In ' final emergence of the Cards as champs, I lie Chicago Cuhs look-the New York ClalllH for holli ends of (win hill, II lo S and 6 lo 4. Tie' doulile di feal laade it seven eaines dropped in a row for the New York rluli and almost ili-l'inilrly cliiniiiali d them from the top lour Koim.: into Hie home slreleh. The llrooklyn IJodi:ers dun themselves deeper into Ihe cellar position hy Hie loss of two eaines to the Pit (stim uli Pirates, second place contenders to the Cards. The Hums dropped their opener, 10 to ), and Ihe afterpiece, 14 to C. Cincinnati took both names of a double bill from Ihe Philadelphia I'hillies, annexinf; Ihe initial twilight came, B to 3 in 12 inniiiKS, and the nightcap. 8 to 4. a . I,. I'KN'X NT KU'K 'Clubs W. I- l'ct. CI) TP Detroil SO till .SIIH 11 hi. Louis ..- so i4 .r.r.G 10 New York 77 llfi .r.SS :t 11 iloston 74 09 .517 0 11 Kematninir sanies: Detroit Home: Iloston (4), Philadelphia (3), Washington (4). A-way: None. St. Louis Home: Philadelphia (3), Ronton (3), New York (4); A-way: None. New York Away: Cleveland (3), Chicago (4), St. Louis (4). Home: None. Iloston Away: Detroit (4), St. Louis (3), Chicago (4). Home: None. ' Ir COCA-COLA AlcCown, 110, 128, 132 400; llolliugsworth. 122, 161. 143426; Vict 1 1. 119, 15(1, 168 443; Fenugllo. 173, 137, 152462; Bauer, 83, 1 48, 92 323; handicap, 21 1, 21 1, 211 633. Totals, 848, 941. 898 2687. VERMILLION ROOM Hays. 199, 181, 154534; Ashury, 146. 154. 133 433; Guerri, 121, 135. U7 373; Meyer, 155, 176, 144 475; Tasso, 156. 165, 158479; handicap, 172, 172. 172516. Totals, 949, 983, 8782810. JULES TAVERN Taparo. 213. 189, 187589; Roth, 184, 123, 172 479; Ganihiani, 150, 149, 147 446; Iacoli, 168, 170, 174 512; Colombo. 153. 151. 167 471; han dicap. 170, 170. 170 510. Totals, 1038, 952, 10173007. DIANA SWEET SHOP Weir, Chase for State Prep Grid Grown Is Well Underway For SI ill Shrouds Slate's Crown Possibilities; CI1S iiridders in Stiff Drills INDIANAPOLIS, lnd. - lloosbr high school alhlelies. shadowed this week bv 1 1n death of Hie beloved ami berated prep sports fii'iire, Ar-j lliur L. Tlesler, fin used attention on the iiliui'gl" for a mjilii'-al tool-ball crown. Willi some or Ihe stale's teams playing for the llrsl time, and others out for a i-econd or thiid victory, the early season fog still had not cleared enough lo pick out sure lire winners. At least 12 major elevens of the state have two wins in their credit column Anderson, New Albany. Bloominglon, Muncie, Soulh Bend Central, Jefferson of Lafayette, Kin-erson of fiary, Huntington, Wabash, Lafayetle, Peru and Mishawaka. Tech of Indianapolis was preparing for its first game of the season with the Lafayette Jeff team, while Wiley of Torre Haute opens Its season Friday against Brazil. The 110 Indiana football outfits! in the prep field provide a heavy Friday card, hut lilllo activity is scheduled for Saturday this week end. Ilig; Friday anl Games, some or which are expected to show up prospects lor conference champions, include: Friday : Anderson at Muncio Central; Cary Roosevelt at Criffilh; Whiting at Gary Emerson; Tolleston of Gary at Hoosevelt of East Chicago; Dum-inand Tech at Hammond High; Kast Chicago Washington at Clark of Hammond; .leffersonville at Bick-nell; New Albany at Blooinington; Fort Wayne Central at Elkhart; liv-ansville Central at Heitz of Evans-ville; Fort Wayne Central Catholic at Marion; Fort Wayne North at Mishawaka; Goshen at South Bend Adams; Huntington at Wabash; Indianapolis Washington at West Lafayette; Ko'komo at Peru, Itiley of South Bend at Lal'orte; Itensselaer at Logansport; Valparaiso at Michigan City; Warsaw at Plymouth; Shelbyvllle at Indianapolis Cathedral; Soulh Bend Catholic at Niles. Mich.; Terre Haute Gerstmeyer at Kobinson, III.; Noblesville ut El-wood. Ilobart at Lowell, and Franklin at ltushville. Satimluy Blulllon at South Side of Fori Wayne; South Bend Central at Washington of South Bond. With tills weekend idle due to Ihe transfer of Hie Westviile game to last Wednesday, the Clinton Wild- M FB0M "IHE C0UWTV ,f0R") OFFICE I IfAWT TO bit JOE M0SI50 .BOUT m PERSONAL ROPlRTV 1At HAN TDt5KIAL LI fill ROPlRTY TAHES J H 1 3rd Pennant; Browns Close National League Flag Goes to St. Louis Stjuad As Brother TVam Fights Hard to Degeat Tigers NKW YOliK, N. V. - - Thn Kl. LouiK ( 'a ril inals Ixhl tlwir third Hi rii 1 li t M'iin;tiit dxlay ;i: lli-'ir bru-t horn In 1 ln American Lruuc the JtrowiiM gained a full (fame in lln-ir! mc fur flan, trailing tins leading Del roll Tikitb by only half a a i tie. The victory of Iho Cards eamo nx no Burprise to anyone, and was lit-tlo more than a ruutiin; affair, since they wound up National J.eaiviie champions with the substantial lead of 13 games. Ill-owns I'iM'ht Hard The other St. LouiK club, however is fighting: u hard battle, with the Tigers half a game lead and the New York Yankees, the eternal pennant snatchers, only tliree Raines behind. The Taids took their victory easily, defeating the Huston llraves, i, to 4, in the first game of a double header. The second contest of the afternoon stretched to 1 1) innings and was finally taken by the St. Louis club, C to 5. Washington Shaded The Browns shaded Washington by a good margin, 9 to 4, in a night game that was marked by an explosion of Hying fists between the Senators' rig', fielder, Roberto Ortiz, and Brownie catcher Tom Turner. GUNSMITH All Kinds of Guns Jtepaired Arlie Pender Hillsdale, lnd. biiTirfiiltliili vmfat ill tti h DISCOVER... Real Qualify WIXES GIN RUM BRANDY WHISKEY CORDIALS STORE HOURS 9 A.M. to 12 NOON 1:30 P.M. to 10 P.M. .iqucr "House Of Oiiulilj" 441) K. t)ll Kt. Clinton, lnd. I .... I . V. OtOre ere sophomores last year, are Bob inuerburg, fullback Duane Sickels. nil; John Kroeger, tackle; and Capt. Kay Juslak, guard. All three linemen saw considerable action last season. Hoosiers to Jlwl Illini BLOOM INGTON. Hid. Indiana University's Fighting Hoosiers prepared today to leave for Champaign, III., where they will face the Illini in a battle of offenses tomorrow. It will be the first Big Ten game of the season for both football teams. Coach A. N. (Bo) McMillin devoted a large part of yesterday's final home practice session to kicking under scrimmage conditions, with John Tavener, veteran of two seasons, slated to try for most of the points alter toucnuown. Purdue. Tackles Sailors LAFAYETTE, lud. Purdue University's football team will have only a light limbering up drill this afternoon before 38 players leave this evening for Chicago to rest before meiding the Great Lakes eleven at the Naval Training Station tomorrow. The Boilermakers had their last intensive drill before their season opener yesterday when correct timing or running plays was emphasized by Coach Cecil Isbell. Crow Talks, Can't Teach Jim, the learned crow at the Fort Worth, Texas, zoo, is a failure as a tutor. The bird was put into a cage with seven other crows to teach them how to talk. They didn't respond. B. I. PAVEY ABSTRACTS NOTARY PUBIJO NEWPORT, IND. Res. 784 Walnut St. Clinton, tad. Tel. M9-J AN' WEIER I'VE GOT TO TRACE lt.Si;li.l,l. TODAY Probable pitchers: AMKHH'AX ,i:Ail F. New York (Bonhani) at Cleveland (Smith) (night). Iloston (Woods and O'Neill) at Detroit (Gentry and Corsica) (2). Philadelphia (Newsoni) at St. Louis (Muncriel) (nil'.litl. N ATIONAL I.E.AGl H Chicago (Wyse)' at New York (Allen ). S(. Louis (Lanier) at Iloston (Andrew). (Only games scheduled). YKSTKKOAVH I.KSI'WH . AM FKICAXj LFAGI K 'New York -0, Dotroit 4 (10 ings.). . Cleveland 6, Boston 2. St. Louis.; 9, Washington 4 (night).'.. (Other clubs not scheduled). X.VJ'IOVAIi l.KA'JI K Chicago 11, New York 8 (1st). Chicago 6r New York 4 (2nd). Pittsburgh -ro, Brooklyn 4 (1st). Pittsburgh 14, Brooklyn 6 (2nd). St. Louis 5, Boston 4 ( Isl ). St. Louis 6, Boston 5 (10 Ings.-2nd). Cincinnati 5. Philadelphia 3 (12 ings. twilight lsl ). Cincinnati 8, Philadelphia 4 (2nd). TOMORROW'S ;.ME:4 .NATIONAL I.KAGl'F Chicago at Brooklyn.-Cincinnati at Boston. Pittsburgh at NeW York. St. Louis at Philadelphia. AMF.KICAN M-:A4il'K Washington (it Chicago. Philadelphia at St. LouiB. Boston at Detroit. New York at Cleveland. Classif ied Ads Sell Most Anvlhinj H CUWMO-LEFT CAME 6ACK fiiTl CAME 6ACK Here It Is Again. . . CREAM OF KENTUCKY Whiskey Blend 5ths $3.55 MR. BOSTON SPOT BOTTLE Straight Bourbon 5ths $3.40 MR. BOSTON BRONZE LABEL Straight Bourbon 5ths $3.55 WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF FAMILIAR BRAND NAMES AND WE WILL PROBABLY HAVE YOUR FAVORITE ANTONINl'S LIQUOR STORE "Where You Can Buy With Confidence" Phone 125 Clinton, lnd. Standings NATIONAL J,KAa H Clubs Won Lost Pet. St. Louis 98 45 .(185 Pittsburgh 85 E S .594 Cincinnati 82 61 .573 Chicago CO 73 .475 New York 63 79 .444 Philadelphia 58 84 .408 Boston 58 84 .408 Brooklyn 58 86 .403 AMICKH'AN liKACJl'K Clubs Won Lost Pet. Detroit 80 63 .Bfifl St. Louis 80 64 .tiSC New York 77 66 .538 Boston 1 69 .517 Cleveland 69 75 .479 Philadelphia 67 77 .465 Chicago 66 77 .462 Washington 61 83 .424 Newport High School Bawball Games Called The baseball schedule for the Newport High School team was released this week by the principal of the high school, John C. Pick The siiuad will play the following games: Hillsdale, here. Sept. 26; St. Ilerniee, there, Sept. 29; Dana, here, Oct. V. Perrysville, here, Oct. 6; Hillsdale, there, Oct. 13. HOUR LATER, WITH A COMPLETE LIST OF CALLS, DAM LEAVES THE HOTEL NEXT DAY A FRIEMD SUPPOSE YOU LET ME 5EE gf""-j HE'S GONE ' I TO HE OF HIS CAME IN WITH A NOTE I THE RECORD OF H S PHONE STOK-JH HtSGONt. u;u"c tv,,.,. iac iaiac AniM' ni IT nr S CALLS FOR THE PAST P V Tl ONE DAY NEXT DAY A FRIENB SUPPOSE YOU LET THE RECORD OF CALLS FOR THE ME SEE HIS PHONE PAST HIM nuw HDUUI III DAN WHAT DID YOU FIND .OUT?? &ND A HALF JOE'S PHONE PtV"-- TOWN AND WOULD I GIVE HIM HIS MONTH-MIGHT GET A LINE V J CY STUFF HAVEN'T ANY I OW HIM THAT WAY ( MONTH MIGHT OW HIM THAT WAY GET A LIME JOE WAS SUPPOSED TO HAVE LEFT TOWN--THE NIGHT HE WAS KILLED I HAVE A LIST OF ALL THE PHONE CALLS HE MADE WE'VE GOT TO TRACE PVEOV CALL.' tertmzer tse fe3& Eia WEW ff ' - t J V-! J raBfcSc i Fertilizer consunion -in the . M1U 1 O 9 . AF " V..1A I Every Saturday Nig'at 30 . ; I BEER-WINE-VVHISKEY-MIXED DRINKS ,lfMk:M Wjt$ ': W&MliS Ki,h n ,eC. 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