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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

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Page Fi ve THE DAILY CJL.INTON1AN Monday, September 25, J 914. By Jack lords RECORD BREAKER m POTENTIAL GREAT I Major League - By Jack Sords goer - Scoreboard liASKIIAIih TOIMY Probable pitchers: AMIOItK AN I. DAM I. New York (l)ubiol and Queen I at Chicago ttlrove and Hayes) I - i . Philadelphia (Hamlin) ai Detroit ((entry. Washington IHaelner) at CI Lotih land (Henry I. Boston (O'Neill) at SI. I Potter). NATIONAL I.KAtil'U Cincinnati (Heusser) at New Enemy Sub Attack Merchant Vessel ( Off U.S. Coast WASHINGTON. D. C. The navy announced loday thai tt medium sized American merchant vessel hau reached Norfolk, Va.. safely after being torpedoed off the North Carolina coast by an enemy submarine. It was the first torpedoing in American coastal waters announced by ihe navy In several months and Indicated that the Herman I'-boam may be making u last desperate attempt to harass American war shipments destined for' the L'uropeun theater. The vessel was being towed by tl lug after being attacked off the coast and was under escort by the coast guard cutters Jackson and Bledsoe when the recent hurricane struck. During Ihe hurricane the towline pat-led and the tug could not stand by in the storm. The two coast guard cutters were lost. Navy tugs later took the damaged vessel under tow and completed the (rip to Norfolk. The navy said there were no casualties aboard the merchant vessel. Survivors said the first torpedo fired by the T'-boat missed Hie merchant vessel but the second one struck the ship. The submarine then surfaced and (he irnn crew aboard the stricken Yanks Fall Out Of A. L Race, Tigers in Front Indians Smash Last NY Hopes For Pennant As Tigers Win Once More; Browns One Game Behind NEW YORK. N. Y. The uever-suy-die New York Yuukee I'uuh whu have determinedly reserved Beutw ul Yankee Stadium fur the world aerieB now may beiti wirinK fn (heir cun-cenllalloiiB. The Yankees, after HtitK-lug a Rpectaeular lute-season climb, now have reached the point where, In the last week of the season, they would have to win all their remaining games while the leading Dertolt Tigers were losing five. And you know that's not guing to happen. The Cleveland Indians achieved the virtual elimination of the New Yorkers from the chaotic American League race with a single win over the McCarthymen yesterday, 4 to 1. Mel Harder racked up his 12th victory on four lilts, one of which was O.eorge Stirnweiss- Inside-the-park homer in the sixth. The Indians rapped Hank Horowy for all their runs in the fifth. Tiieem Jtap Out Win York (Brewer). St. Louis (Brecheen) at Brooklyn (Melton). Chicago (Chipman and Lynn) al Philadelphia (Cerheauser and Barrett) (2 twilight-nigh! ). Pittsburgh (Roe and Sewell) al Boston (Barrett in both ) (2 suspended game of Aug. 1 and regular game.) ray TOMORROW'S (JAMI'.S NATIONAL l.KAil K Cincinnati at New York (2). Chicago at Philadelphia. Pittsburgh at Boston. St. Louis at Brooklyn. AMl'.itK AV I.KAtil'K New York at Chicago (night). Boston at St. Louis. Philadelphia at Detroit. Washington at Cleveland.- rjt Army-Navy Pearl If arbor Probes Are Near Finish 4e iosfiUu: LASf SASol ! veBsel fired two rounds at the raider The Tigers, who win when the chips are down, rapped out another i Wrfa A zecopa op 13? " "'' forcing the t'-boat lo submarge. Some time later the crew aboard the ship saw another periscope but no further attempts were made to attack the vessel. The crew said they did not know whether the periscope was that, of the attacking submarine, ar another U-boat which happened to be in that area. (Continued rrom page 1) iecbgo ey teiocKW& Mis w Ott&Z Or "frig S6ASOM Roekville Youngsters To Start Recreation Center The wide-spread recreation pro Ift Soviets Storm Into Slovakia, Seize Baltisky (Continued riom page II Cabbage Maggots Plants of early cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli and brussels sprouts set out during late April or May may be stunted or killed by cabbage root maggots unless protected by tar paper discs or by treatment with mercury compounds. As the maggots are present in many gardens, treatment is worthwhile insurance. Former Dana Coach Leads BridK'ton Baseball Nine Bridgeton High School's baseball team, coached by Woodrow Crane, former Dana coach, Is just two games away from the Parke County championship, having defeated Rose-dale 1-0 and Belliiiore (i-4 in scheduled play. In practice games Bridgeton de- complete their work. Iliey will make a report, to the Secrelaries of War and the Navy. But dial, in my estimation, is not sufficient and I shall demand that the findings as well as the conclusions be made available to the public." Seek Public Trials Republicans have been demanding, inside and out of Congress:, thai Kimniel and Short lie given public Uiiils before the Nov. 7 eleclion. President Roosevelt indicated Friday that lie intended to have the matter in Ihe hands of the mililary hoards, which hae hold hearings in Washington and Honolulu. A broadcast, by the Soviet Tass agency reported thai regular passen- gram launched this summer by the youth of Roekville has led to the establishment of a Youth Center to be opened in the near future and to serve as a recreational center during this winter, U was announced today. Rooms on Ohio street, have been chosen as the location, and volunteer workers, mainly consisting of boys and girls of Roekville, will do the necessary painting and collecting furniture. Each class in high school has elec-led three members to serve on the Youth Council for the center. Mrs. Richmond Blake has been chosen as the advisor on Hie Youth Council and Mrs. Mildred llnrdcsty, chairman of the Senior Council. 11-1 and Koscdale , ger traffic had been restored be fealed Belliiiore tween Kiev, capital ol Hie hoi lei Ukraine, and the city of Lowow, and that telegraph and postal facilities rapidly were being restored. Swore at PILES! But Now He SMILES I TOU mvt Nnilt too. Voe doctors' formula tot dlatroi. of Itllt'B. Snine att utd adjunctive!? kr HWrlaUnl. at nol. d clinic, lip araajnl a. JSln. Itch. ...rc..c.. net .ocli Q ICK relict Get 11.(10 tul.o Tlioniton & Minora Hectal Ointment today. Or get tlie 'W'J Thornton t Minor He. tnl Su.,jltorlea. 0l 1 bVouta more. Irj JJOOTOUS' war I0CAI. At nil good di'UK stores everywhere In Clinton, at Glllis ruurunicy. B-l while losing to Blooniingdalo 3-1. The winner of the I'riday Mecca-Bridgelon game will play north-hull' champion of Parke County on Oct. 4. P.ridgeton's pitchers lo dale have been Lewis, senior, and Case, sophomore. Kddie Hill, a capable receiver, lias been in the catcher's box. single-game triumph over the Boston. Red Sox, 9 to 5, as brilliant Hal NewhouBer turned in his 27th victory of the year. There Boston pitchers Were pounded for 15 hits. Pinky HigginB leading the attack by driving In five runs. Yank Terry was1 charged with the defeat w hen he lasted less than five innings. Newhous-er ran Into .only one spot of trouble; that was in the sixth when he yielded three runs on five straight hits. KroHiis Keep I' Put The fighting St. Louis Browns kept up within one game of Detroit when they staged a wild and victorious rally in the ninth inning after two were out to beat the Philadelphia Athletics, 3 to 2. The Brownies scored all their runs on that last gaHp to give Jack Kramer the win. Mark Chrlstnian's double and a single for Floyd Baker, substitute in-fielder, sealed the contest for Hie Brownies. In Llie only AT. twin bill of the day, the Chicago While Sox trimmed the Washington Senators twice, 9 to 3 and 2 to 0. Bill Lee went the mute to take the first game on five li its as his teammates hit three Senators for 15 safeties. Ed Lopat took the nightcap on six lilts. CaillH Whip Phillies A spark of interest flickered In the National League when the St. Louis Cardinals whipped the Philadelphia Phillies twice, the first eon-test was a lC-Inning marathon won on a 4 to 3 score by Whitey Kurow-skl's homer. Mort Cooper and Ken Raffeusberger went the entire distance in a brilliant vitelline duel. The Cards took the afterpiece. 1 to 0, when Ken ODea was forced in with the sole run of the game to give Jed Wilks the triumph. The Cincinnati Reds trounced the Boston Braves twice, 2 to 1 and 1 to 0, Harry Ounihert and Jim Tobin locked in a first-game hurling dutl. each allowing only six hits. An error by Whitey Weitelmaun in the Grow Suyhcans Farmers who need protein feet more than other feeds, may grow 1 iu.:. lnJ in ...I..-.. ..j n Teachers' Salaries Two hundred fifty-four thousand teachers, 30 out of every 100, are getting less than $1,200 a year or $23 per week. SOyoeans 11 uicit lux, u is auapn-u lu Hie Cloy. r.t i.. ti wcran! me ciou. j- . "KNOW HIM?? THE RA.T.'- " ' I r MliySJiBlMlilllll-MIII rwe'Df FROM OUT OF M Ht WAS PECGV'5 BOY FRIEM0-60W' TO MABBY MtR-AoOUI TWO WEEK AGO HE JUST WALKED OUT ON HE5-M0RIS0 r TOAM, THERE!) THE , ftND A W MWUTK ,LATE DAM mo IKWIM , pSTfl TOWM-CAME IN ,HEM I 1 ACDRE OF THAT (ml 5KULL CLU6" THE ClU8 HW AbOUT UUYIKK. D0WW- LOOKING FOR A FELLOW- PLACE JOE M0RI30 WELL LET'S GET IN - Wmu f..n ML ADR IWK HEAR HE COMEb HERE CALLED MANY THE CAR AkiD LOOK S WE'LL SIT AT THE H YEAH, GOOD m ME. A DRINK f.' J ,1 ( QUITE A BIT-JOE MORI50-B i .?r mciutu- iTflur-D-.. 3 BAR, IRWIN-I H LOOKERS TOO-- 7- 5 y ' VOtl KW0W HIM ? 1 Great Lakes Grid Squad Heads For Glittering Season Bluejackets Trip Purdue In Close Game; Hoosiers Bow to Illini Eleven NKW YORK, N. Y. The flrcitt Lakes Naval Training football squad, which kicked over the apparently invincible Notre Dame outfit in the last few seconds of the South Bend 1IM3 schedule, looks like a good bet today to have another glittering season. As part of the curtain-raising for Hie 1944 collegile root bull parade Saturday, the Bluejackets tripped Purdue, 27 to 18. Some great reports have been coming out of Lafayette, Ind., on the Boilermaker squad fashioned by former Green Bay pro star Cecil Isbell in his first year as Purdue cuach. Uul, the (Ireat Lakes squad, despite hitler opposilion, punched out the victory after the lead changed hands four times. Youel Stars lor Navy Star of the Bluejacket triumph who passed and ran the (ireat Lakes was hustling Jim Youel, ex-Iowa, outfit into two fourth-period touchdowns to put the game on ice. Youel first flipped a 34-yard scoring toss to end Jim Keane to put (ireat Lakes ahead 20 to IS. then sealed the contest with a 93-yard return on a punt. Another stirring lasl-period triumph was scored by the Iowa Sea-hawks over Minnesota. 19 to 13. After being penalized back to their own 20 for slugging and offside, and seeing Williams, left half, sanke his way through for a touchdown, the Sealiawks found a Minnesota weak spot when they took lo the air sucessfully in the last five minutes of the final iiuarler. A pass, Waldron to Sw alike, brought the ball to the Minnesola one-yard line, and Rushing plouged across for the IL " I V A SCC TUCV HAVE v T 1 r-f : ff I " M NO 6000'.' DAN l'7BCK3 jPp tx DUNN Jitet?gL J fcii' l r m, Va) V. I TO ''!'!lir'M''-'!llWf. r'""-'7rTu7l rrOULO I TALK TO I MEANTIME, THE BARTENDER HAS SAUNTERED TO THE I I fjO ONt OF IM'S JALKIN' T Secret (f-" Eilxrl ffiK ARE L00KIM' - USED TO COME ' j aRRV HE-- &UT Y 1 tT TAfiLE-- S BOSS-THERE ARE TWO GUYS ) ( WHAT?? HAVE TH ' HIR SO SHI CAN'T TALK I Ooerative fERJ0E" : IJiffr JXTm T V wi-wxxtD gimp tail them i wuati uperauve pjgw y , awX&J tjg-fesSS, sixth, however, gave Cumbert the game. Arnold Carter chalked up nice three-hitter in the night-cap as final touchdown. 13-1 it Tie The grandpappy of yesterday's thrilling contest yesterday, however, was the V. C. L. A.-l'nlversity of Southern California 13-13 tie. The Trojans had pushed over two touchdowns in the second quarler. but. in the final period, the IJruiii.s Frank McCorniick was forced in with the winning run. The Brooklyn Dodgers and Chicago Cub divided, the Dodgers winning the first game, 10 to 3. and the Cubs the second, 4 to 3. Curt Davis became the Bums' first ten-game winner in the opener when the Clubs committed lour errors to give Les Fleming . the loss. Bill Nicholson. Cuba' puwerhouse, batted his 33rd homer in the nightcap, then slashed in the winning run in the ninth. Paul ' Defringor' was credited with the win and Art Herring took the loss.- ' ' - The New York filants and Pitts-hurgli pirates also split, the Giants winning the opener. 5 to 4, but dropping the arterpiece, 3 to 2 in ten innings. Bill Voiselle hung up his 21st triumph in the first game and Nick Strincevich took the second. Immediately after the twin bill. (Mauls' manager Mel Oolt announced tl at first baseman Phil Weiniruub was suspended for the rest of (he tsiason because of his lackadaisical altitude. carried over the Trojan goal after a 49-yard inarch in six plays. Anil ran 74 yards for another score. Bob Wa-lerfield. Bruin back, got set for Hie conversion as thousands crowded a- Mill.W- p f (JOE CAM TAKE THE U UNCLE ARE YV6, FANNV, (OE VOU OUITE OURE MM NOT HAVE TO ) I I , ir- Ml i I -MIACT TOll)AlT Ml lrt4 ' 1 if"' " uwMAq awv I ...t...-. .1 T -ikiJ vpFAL7 T , ml i CTC COMPASS ANP START round the sidelines and the area lo the roar of the goalposts. I H A I llk ly POM'TCMA tir. WU-U. --i'a- wn ..,w-. IF I UADNT STOOPEPhDOpj SACK muMp VOUR. LOCKER?- LONQEK J Tim v I CCW1E OUT im A rjpiM o'fON RDUTE 78PERN WELL OSCAR 1 ;i i VWJMD I AM' FIGHT ? J -i' V- , ) J liri vA-trstl I - I I1 jv P j r La (luardia To Direct Chilian Affairs in Italy The Waterfield kick liil the crossbar and an upright and bounced : a sharp angle. The crowd envelo- .1 the players and officials, and it : i three minutes before the re: : . .1 signal tiial Ihe IjiiiK point I II' n made. Illini' llelem 1 1, .osiers A less thriHilig bill mi: irllv significant victory was scon d le, Illinois over Indiana, 2'i lo With more than half I lie l!i(:i Illinois l.tl.r-meli gone, Ihe Illini pounded out a triumph sparked h John Greenwood's U.j-yard run oi : i interception and his 21-yard torn inlaw n pass to Buddy Young in the fourth period. Ill the east, with most of the lead-els hanging back, a greatly superior Cornell club Irouneed S raellse. 39 lo 0. Cornell pushed ow r a touchdown in every period and n nerally picked apart the Syracuse ouifil. 1 nimble (Continued hjp. 1) Theatre Z5 ))) , tlon of valuable induslrial uiiils from indiscriiniate requisitioning by military forces." The same report painted a dark picture uf "an acute shortage of shoes and clothing." a thriving black I I THE PRUAAS HAtEl I VA OVERLOOKS ONE MV FRIENR I h-FAFC? THERE S LITTLE THINS, 0UIMPV-) IS THERE J IF VOL) LOlLL KEEP uru IP OPAI Dl HFT I 101LL SENPAV,ES-- OMLV THE 3r4O0J ! I THE RADIO IS OM A jr'ANiy U)AV I "r q BLINK f y " VOU CAN I SAGE TO THE AEtWRMJ I a FUEL, EH? -VtT PDPEVE. ALL IDE NEED) JT7H.J Mrcnc : XI IS SOME HJEL-V EEi ' Y THEKIU3ECVNSETjrWFUEL- T X V BACK ON) 'I "T "1 iWff'Tf REQUESTING EUELM Starring POPEYE market and the counterfeiting of ra- lion cards. Kciiiedics Are Ik-gun Some measures have already been j which returned to collegiate grid ac- (VA DOW'Tl j tlon alter a year's lay-off. Half-back I Alex llrogin was 'Cornell high seor- undertaken by the Allied Control Commission to help solve the prob I Ir - A ) i er with touchdow ns in the secot.d 'and fourth periods on bucks from I am lems. Tnserviceable British battle dress' is being dyed for use by civilians, at the rate of about 20. (Mil) to 25.000 outfiiB a month. Requisitions have been submitted for three million pairs of shoes for the four-and three-yard lines. And in the south, mighty Duke! routed Richmond, til lo 7. The llltiej Devils had too much reserve power; for Richmond, and scored almost at will. men and children. Women me ex- j pected to get along with the locally-produced "sandali." Salvaged shoes are being repaired ul the rale of fll'-'Hi l!"'1'3 Wf-'K. Read Our Up-to-Date Sport News r , , . I-- - II MHHU) .' i uai. L. I II nil lliaaaaaaaa mm, M. n I a

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