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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 7

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Page Sevf-i THE D3ILT CLINT0N1SN Thursday, Scpti'inber 28, 1911. DEPENDABLE PINKY K By Jack Sords America's Part In Future Asia Told to Students One of the highlights of his overseas duty came when he was stationed in Northern Ireland as an instructor and became a member of the American Shamrock Club. "Brother Paddy" A "Brother Paddy" certificate complete with bright green ink and shamrocks was given to the Irish-descended sergeant as proof of his Irish "adoption." in service since Dec. 1, 1942, Sgt. Lyons received training In Chicago. LaB Vegas, Nev. and Sioux City. Iowa. He went overseas in November, 1943, reaching England via South America and Casablanca. North Africa. Returning to the U. S. on furlough In late August, he travelled across the Atlantic by boat. Returning airmen crowded the boat, manned by merchant marines, who assured the airmen they wouldn't get seasick "not after thirty missions over Europe." However, all the airmen did get sick, with Sgt. Lyons chalking up eight days spent leaning over tlie rail. Home until Oct. 8, he will then report for re-assignment at the Miami Beach, Fla. redistribution ' If .;' V - . X ! 'Ml - Four Vermillion County Boys Attend Purdue Meet Four Vermillion County boys will take part In the state dairy judging contest, which is connected with 4-11 work, at Purdue University, Sept. 29, M. J. Peterson county agricultural agent and 4-H leader, announced Monday. The four youths won the right to .oinpeto in the state judging contest because they were in the upper 25 per cent of the teams competing in a dislilct contest held at Putnain-vllle last April. The boys who will go to Purdue Friday ure. Hill Jenner of Perrys-vllle; James Simpson and Carrol ('ounce, belli of Cayuga; una L,eign Mack of Hillsdale. Soothe your irritated eyes with Murine ST! 4 3t P 1 Murine brines Soothing relief to iiiirorp tir-!. hurninff of smart ing, lust two drops in each eye and Murin starts at once to soothe and refresh. Murine contain seven ingre dients . . . is used in tnousanas oiwm iodustnesand first-aid khs. aue... gentle... sootning. use n yuurwu. mm THE Modern refrigerator is autiful In appearance and Is, in many ways, superior to any other refrigerator In efficiency. A cake of Ice lasts 4 to 6 days. The original cost is very low when compared with others. It never wears out or breaks down. No wonder more and more people are turning to ice. rv m County Masonic Unit Plans December Meet in Clinton Members of the Vermillion County F. and A. M. Past Master's Association held their regular meeting In the Newport Masonic ball Monday evening. -Following a short business meeting, refreshments were served at the Rustic Cafe in Newport. The next regular meeting will be held in Clinton on Dec. 27. (Con tinned from Dags II lands to remain loyal to the mother country during Ibis war. When Japan invaded the people of the Philippines were told to reject the lulled States or become slaves of the Japanese. The answer to the enemy was that they would be slaves but United Stales would be bark and the island would again bo free. Mr. Morrow said that the reason for Ibis was because the people of the Philippines hud been educated through the American school system. Japan holds the highest rule for Illiteracy with only two per cent literate, China has ten percen literate ind India nine percent. The Japanese people can be educated in less time tjjan the rest if the public school system were Installed, Morrow believes. Therefore our iob in the post war planning in the Pacific is to install the public school system in these countries, he said. Before starting newspaper work in Tokio Mr. Morrow was employed on the New York Herald. He was born Scranton, Pa. and is a graduate of Pennsylvania university. Later he enlisted in the United States Army in Chicago, 111., and left for overseas duty. While he was overseas he received a discharge from the Army and returned to the newspaper field, accepting a position in Japan. In 1934 be returned to the United Slates for a lecture tour an soon returned to Tokio. At tlie beginning the war he again returned to tlie United States where he plana to remain until tire end of the war. - T-Sgt. George Lyons Home After 30 Missions Over Germany, France (Continued from page 1) Finishing his required missions in April, Sgt. Lyons and his crew were stationed at the English base as crew-checkers and trainers for the new crews from the States. Flew in Invasion On D-Hay, June 0, every available plane was thrown into the air launch the huge Allied attack on Hitler's Kurope. Lyons and his crew flew ahead of the invasion forces "weather ship" keeping the oncoming forces informed of weather conditions over Europe. He saw three monthB of Nazi robot bombs as the Nazi reprisal weapon was hurled at the London and southern England civilians. i CcinPS di AffTAI ICE REFRIGERATION IS BEST BECAUSE: It's the Most Economical Way to Keep Foods Fresh ! Football Notes LAFAYETTE. Ind. Purdue's football players are being put through Intensive pass defense workouts In preparation for. their home season opener Saturday against Mar-ciuelte. Frank liuutnan. right end, will serve as active captain again for the Boilermakers, Coach Cecil Isbell H 11 n Hi II ! . IILOOMINdTON. Ind. -- Indiana rnhemily s lootliall ind was to leave for Ann Arbor this afternoon alter a llr.hl workout before meeting the Michigan learn on Saturday. The lluosleis Weill Iht'OUL'll. their last heavy workout yeslerday, going Into d'-renivo Hrrininiiitre against Mli hlgau's unbalanced '"I"' anil single wing loriniillipiis. Two freshmen may provide relief for John Canna-dy, (nvenslioro veteran, who is hampered by an injury. Coach Ho Mc-JMIIlin Is depending much on the passing of Hob lloernschcnieyer. left halfback, to lend the ( ream and Crimson to their first Big Ten victory of the season. SOUTH BEND. Ind. Xotre Dame's Coach Ed McKeever is keeping the Blurting line-up for the football opener at Pittsburgh a secret as he continues to experiment with the forward wall. In yesterday's practice. John Mas-trangelo went to left guard and Fred Rovai, a former center, took over at right guard. Frank Dancewicz and Joe Gasparella were sent through an intensive passing drill. CRAWFOimsVlLLK. Ind. The Wabash College Navy V-.12 football team of. Coach Peto Vaughn will leave tomorrow night for Blooming-ton, 111.,' to meet Illinois Wesleyau on Saturday. The Little Giants were sent through their first intensive drill or the week yesterday when they worked to perfect their passing and rehearsed new formations. Center Mike Saltan, fullback Jim Allerdice. and halfback Dick Ruein-ski worked with the varsity. Vaugh-an announced that 28 players will make the trip, their second In a week. Wabash played Illinois Normal there last Saturday in a 7-7 tie. CREKNCASTLE, Ind. DePauw University Tigers, recovered from last Friday's squelching by Northwestern, worked today on formations to be used against Ohio Wesleyan at Delaware, O. Saturday. Ohio Wesleyan, in three games, has tied with Case, lost 13-6 to Bowling Green, and dropped last week's game to Densin, 40-6. Yooemite, Yellowstone Yellowstone was the first national park and was created in 1872. Yosemite was the second and was created in 1890. ;(gOOP-BVE, SEE YO'J TO- AND AN HOUR OK. GIMP MtET ME HERE IM AN H0UB-IU se: WHAT I CAN . .1 ' V . 'W eyes! wev " ii YEAH THEY'VE CAILE0 POLICE STATION A LOT TIMES-BUT THEY'RE in of to as IfS. -7 - 'TV .'(' 6pg4CABI.e TtJiBO 8Asg-' 1Ai Of IMP peiftoii; y . 1166IZS lSei, Standings H AMERICAN LK.Hil'E Clubs Won Lost Pet. Detroit S 4 .573 St. Louis &5 05 -507 New York 8'i c7 -5;'3 Boston 75 75 .500 Cleveland 72 78 .400 Chicago ' SI 4li0 Philadelphia 08 82 .45:! Washington 62 88 .413 NATIONAL LEAIH'E Clubs Won Lost Pet. St. Louis 103 47 .087 Pittsburgh 80 1 -593 Cincinnati 87 03 ..ISO Chicago 74 70 .403 New York 05 85 .43.1 Boston 02 88 413 Brooklyn 61 8 -407 Philadelphia 59 91 .393 n Park Gets Chilly A temperature of 66 degrees be-low zero has been registered. at Yet lowstona National Dark Ue Lf FT BELINDA IN THE SAVAGE CLUTCHES OF THE INJUNS WHO. t enraged by OUR MEROIME'S TRICK OF MIXING POISON NV IN THElO WA(? PAWT, now brandish a flaming stick before her . horrified eves! it's a pretty tense momemt! HAIR -BREADTH HARRY lip Come In, See the Refrigerator. Let Us Prove That It Is Best! Local Wildcats To Face Tech Eleven Tonight Cats Journey to T. H. For First Away Game; To ' Meet Gerstmeyer Crew At Memorial Stadium ClIlMOll V CilTKl IIIC.K-r To ll Mi'iihh'IhI Mtmllinii Ti'riit HiiuUi HfarthiK IJiH'iip: Clinton iiTwl nn,y,r Clrejr I' K Omni-r Graham . . I.T - t liant'cllnr Oilman I. ( Martin Clover . ' . Hln'imnl liarbee II (i Iwileo 1'ovlln It T O.lcr Verzina .. II I'. . .liu-vli. M. Keim-ro y II Hiiillli . Ifc-liiwo I.HII Vfrolsko ir Ktrusiuf Knrvtta KHK Aiitiait Curry . K II . Ma luuini Harris Mrndmhall, Marshall, referee; 15ale Wheeler, l(rail, umpire and II. H. FreehaiiKli, ol.lunu, Head linesman. With tWO BUCRPBSflll llolllH punes to their credit, the (Minion Wildcats touiKht hit the road to meet the Gerstmeyer Tech Hlack Cats In the Memorial Stadium at Terre Haute. The kick-off Is scheduled for 7:30 p. m. 1 The Wildcats wound up their practise for the Uerstmeyer battle with a hard, fast drill Tuesday night. With their offensive wrapped around Gilman, Curry and Reinero. the Wildcats are Koing to be a hard team to stop tonight. . Ground Work Good Clinton's -work- for far this year has shown on the ground with Curry, and Reienro aided by Enrietta showing a hard driving running attack. Gilman, who fits in equally weil in either the line or the backfield has racked up some outstanding defensive playing against Paris and Westville, neither of whom managed to score against the Cats. Glover and Povlin will also get in a few licks against the lilack Cats from their posts in the line. Expect Tech Tlu-eats Gerstmeyer's major threats a-gainst Clinton will probably be Cian-teo, veteran guard and Machango. fullback, who scored Gerstmeyer's touchdown against the powerful Wabash Valley champion Hobinson Maroons. Gerstmeyer fans will he out in force for the game tonight as the traditional Clinton-Terre Haute rivalry is renewed once more. A large Clinton delegation is expected to back up the local players at the stadium. J Major League m . - scoreooara BASEBALL TOD A V Probable pitchers: AMJKKK'AX LEAGl'K New York (Bonham) at St Lou- is (Kramer). Washington (Niggeling) at troit (Gentry). De: Philadelphia (Black) at Cleve land (Gromek). Boston (Cecil) at Chicago (Lo-pat). NATIONAL LEAGUE ' St. LouiB (Wilks) at New York (Pyle). Cincinnati (Gumbert) at Brooklyn (Chapman or Zachary). (Only games scheduled). YESTERDAY'S liESl'ITS AMEKK'AX LEAGl'K New York 7. Chicago 2. Detroit 4, Philadelphia 0. Boston 4, St. Louis 1 (night). Cleveland 6. Washington i. NATIONAL LEAGl'K Cincinnati 8, New York 1. Brooklyn 9, St. Lourn 2. Chicago S, Philadelphia 3 (11 in-ningB). Boston 4, Pittsburgh 3. TOMORROW'S GAMES NATIONAL LEAGl'K Chicago at Boston. Cincinnati at Brooklyn. St. Louis at New York. Pittsburgh at Philadelphia. AMERICAN I.EAGI K Boston at Chicago (night). New York at St. Louis. Washington at Detroit. Philadelphia ut Cleveland. FOR SALE THE V. V. COTTRELL HOME 10 Acres more or less. 4 Room house on . lawn. Screened porch, 2 other porches, shade, good water,, cistern on porch, electricity, grate, chicken house, mile off road 41. -Priced To Sell- See C. E. HAWKINS Or D. V. Cottrell KOSEDALE WWh tohture BUT MEANWHILE HARRY AMD THE OL' INJUN 6C0UTS. FITZ AND STARTZ, HAVE GAINED W6 OP SIDE OF fOULTlCE KNOB FROM WHICH THEY SEE WE IMPEND IN6 TORTURE OF BELINDA IM THE VALLEY BE LOW ! HOW THEY SAVE, 00 CAN THEV? CLINTON CAN HER; THE SKULL CLUB. SLUGGER THATotty NUMBERl KiO,Z , .Ani IIliv.i WAS TUST-tHMKlKJGJ eat-a i i-piCi ii euDni ar in ICE CO. HURTIN' MY ARMLET GO-I LL TSLL YOU WHAT Hi SAID' TOO RM.'.' MR. LtNlfbELLMY MOTV .J: to l?HE SEEMS 5;-T,LU ? rA I; rr"." rwnnnwi lawsi 1 A V I RAT tS AOlfit fr Rains Delays Start Of Crucial Series In Pennant Chase Detroit, Browns Forced To Cancel Games; Tigers Hang Onto 1-Game Lead DETROIT, Mich. The scheduled game between the Detroit Tigers and the Washington Senators at Briggs Htadium was postponed today because of rain. A double header will be played tomorrow starting at 1:30 p. m. (EWT). ST. LOUIS The scheduled game this afternoon between the St. Louis BrownB, American League pennant contenders, and the New York Yankees was postponed because of rain. The game will be played as part of a double header tomorrow. NB WYORK, N. Y. Lady Luck, the weather man and young Joe Wood of the Red Sox all conspired against the poor Brownies yesterday and bo today the St. Louie hopefuls find themselves one game behind the rampant Tigers and with only four games left to play. The disillusioned Browns now must face the Yanks in four games while the Tigers are lacing the hopeless Senators in four and it will be something of a miracle if the Browns can win with the cards stacked a-gainst them like that. Yanks in Fighting Trim The Yanks are two games back of the Browns and with a chance at that second place world series dough, they are going to be awful tough for the Browns to handle. The j Senators, on tlie other hand, have nothing to look forward to except a vacation and the sooner they get it the better. The Browns were to have played their last game with the Red Sox in the afternoon but the weather man stepped in with a downpour and Joe Cronin kindly ron:ieni.ed to Miiy over ad play at night. Tint by tlt.it time the limwns learned t!at tito Hal Kev.-house: had turned in ,i five-hit. 4-0. nlmt-ont over tlie Athletics for his 28th victory and the pressure was again on the Browns. Then Joe Wood stepped out and pitched the game of his life to make life miserable for the Brpwns and their loyal supporters. He gave them only four hits while the Red Sox unloaded on Galehuune for p 4- 1 decision. The Yanks pounded out a 7-2 v r-dict over the White Sox with F (' Bevens, a second-stringer in r ti-'-and now have their first rt.;n:r":n fresh and ready to shoo' nt the Brownft. U certainly doesn't Ion!, very hopeful for the Brow: n. The Senators wound up their season's hostilities with the Indians by losing 6-4. The Cardinals looked bad loning to Hie Dodgers. 3-2, a;d if they don't pull themselves together pretty soon they'll have their hands f ill trying to beat the Tigers in the world series. They could do nothing with Clyde King, a 19 year old rookie from North Carolina I'niversity and they .made four atrocious errors Maybe they're getting all their bad baseball out of their systeniB now rather than next week. The Pirates dropped one to the Braves 4-3 and are now only two zanies ahead of the steady-goint; Reds who again trimmed the Giants. 5- l, for Bucky Walters' 23rd victory. Bill Voiselle. Giant ace. was shoot-.ng for his 22nd triumph but Steve Mesner's homer with the bases loaded in the first squashed Bill's hopes. He has vet to beat the Reds a single game. j The Cubs came from behind to jbeat the Phils. 5-3. in 11 innings, thus miring the Phillies more deeply in last Place. MR .UMDELL J LATER idf AUTIMF-AT SO THEY'VE BEEN TALKIN' TO TH' C0P5' SEE IF TH' I SAW YUH TO THAT GUV SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR'LL ra rOOOj (.-7 3r BVE.Ml3 fK 55 wAArrKMOr 1 1 HAH! ' SCANL0N TALKS K J ( ' TO JOE'S 4HINU. nwil- ILL.1CAKJ ..ire W JEBCV--I A AWT TO KNOW ALL ABOUT TH05E TWO 6UY5- THERE'LL BE A FIVER FOR DAN DUNN Secret Operative 48 YOU IF YOU'LL FIMD OUT FOR ME THT IF IVllE3IZDn I T y ... l"e very k f TOILER ' i&fa Rum We,twr ,TT TJ l '' TELLIN' Ml TH' TRUTH? I KMOW Mf ASMO SHOOT ON TH' LEVEL WITH Ml, PEGGY OR ujwu Atm bcccw id i i Biu:f 1 TALKJM' AW. SLUGGER, HE? 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