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Page Five THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Monday, October 2, 1911. ment's anticipated share in the feed-lug operations, Hicbey said. By Jack Sords HOOSIER TOSSER in the lost 12 Brown starts, their only dt'foat beiiitf a muddy 4-to-l affair by the Red Sox. No Booner had the last out settled in IUcQuinn'6 Klove than the customers went wild, tossing cushions on the field and surging around tho dugout until HoRi4SCHAAEVfe U.S. Loses 11,600 Planes in Combat; Takes 43,000 Toll (Continued bom pafe 1) (?gA0-1bl?eSiJM&MiS PASS Four Hundred Indiana Schools (Jet Free Lunches INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., More tliun 4D0 Indiana school?, and siionsoriiiK gremlin hud applied by Sept. 30 to operate coinnninlly school lunch programs In po-oponillon with the War I'ood Administration, Perry S. Kicli-cy. district representative, announced today. This Is more than twlro as many as had been received at Uils time last year, be said. Itli'hey pointed out that approximately 7'i.niHi children aitendiiiK die schools can coiinl on a "nutritious lunch" every noon diiiint: the school year, lie also said that he anticipated an additional large number of applications and expecled to co-opernl with sponsors of enough community school lunch proej-ams to y " " j 'T' g UiOiB'JirvoPidoiAdA. 1 U(JlfSS"ClT- OP IfiOIAdA. "The remainder have been used against, shipping, submarine works, many types of military insinuations, transportation facilities, and In direct support of ground troops. Klvo per cent or Go.nno tons of the first million dropped were Incendiaries." Arnold said that 71 per cent or Ihe total of one mill lini 3 fit) thousand sorties flown against the enemy since Dec. 7, 1 ' 1 1 . took place in the first nine months of 11144 US compared with 27,000 In 1IM.J. Since the beginning ol tne war. no : dlselnsed. the A A K sent overseas ap- feed irn. mm pupils. A tentative allocation of fl.t 12. 7U0 has been made by the federal government to aid the community lunch program in Indiana this year, hn explained. I'nder the program, the VI''A reimburses local sponsors for part of the cost of foods served in the lunches to school children. Applications will be accepted as Ion.! as allocated funds are sufficient to moot the federal govern - proxlmialely 4S.OO0 combat and transport planes und one million 82 thousand personnel of whom approximately 111,700 are members of the 23.2!ia combat crews. Brownies Win First Pennant In Am. League Browns Defeat Yanks As Tigers Lose to Capture 19-14 Pennant; Series To Be All St. Louis ST. UUK. Mo. The St. Louis HrowiiK didn't care l;is ui; ln. if to-duy never came. There will be mi playoff at Detroit because the longest lane in baseball history finally bad its turning yesterday iilternnon and around the bend came the Drowns to Ihefr first pennant in American League history. No longer can fans point them out as men who never bad been destiny's children because it's only a question of time now, before they meet their lYllow townsmen, the Cardinals, in the annual World Series. The fact that the Tigers lost is less important than how the Iirowns won before 37.815 fans representing the largest turnout in St. Louis American League history. Beaten 2-0 into the fourth and without a hit off Mel Queen, the Yank rookie, the Browns knotted the count on a two-run homer by Chet Laabs. In the very next frame Laabs did it again and the Brownies were in front to stay. A subsequent homer by Vern Stephens made the final count 5-2 as Sigmund Jakucki hurled a six-hit triumph . . . the most important of his nondescript career. Laabs' twin circuit smashes, each with Mike Kreevich on base, sent a five-car special train back into circulation because the Browns bad no further use for it . . . or their playoff reservations at Detroit. This was the first time in American League history that two teams went into the final day in a flag stalemate, although Detroit won a pennant back in 190S by beating the White Sox in the year's finale. Not since 1!m6. when the Cubs and White Sox played a World Series, has any other town outside of New York had the post-season classic all to itself. Jakucki's 13tli triumph of the year was patterned ufter bis 1-0 win over the Red Sox last week and but for Brownie errors behind him be would have liad an easier time. The St. Louis infield started off with a severe case of the Jitters, but after executing a double play in the fourth to nip another Yankee threat. I pulled Itself together and went into J Men and Women War Workers URGENTLY NEEDED E. I. Du Font De Nemours & Co. Inc. Operating Wabash River Ordnance Works NEWPORT, IND. No Experience Required Working 48 Hours a Week At Present Time and One Half Over 40 Hours REQUIREMENTS FOR WOMEN MINIMUM AGE 18 YEARS MINIMUM WEIGHT 110 LBS. Apply At E. I. Du Pont Employment Office Located On Route 63 Near NEWPORT, INDIANA or Apply At WAR MANPOWER COMMISSION U. S. EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 2nd Floor Star Building Terre Haute, Ind. Itlrtli Certificate Must He Shown II I nder i Years Of Age. - r smooth gear the rest of tne wav. A!Cosjnp (jav triple and double by Herschel Mar- ( siienre, leinard Too Tougli eoop FbRAIcrftL. Jeffersonville 32, Bicknell 0. Brazil 6, Bioomington 0. Richmond 21, .MctJuffney (Oxford. O.) 0. Itushvllle 9, New Castle 7. M untie 70, Klwood 0. Anderson 20, Marion 0. Alexandra 39, t'onnersville 7. Michigan City 22. (loshen 7. Washington (South Bend) 20. Mishawaka (i. Klkhart 6, LaPorte 0. Kmerson (Gary) 21, Central (South Bend) 0. Memorial (lOvansville) 14, Bosse (Evansville) 6. Linton 13. Huntlnghurg 0. Yiucennes 37, Princeton 6. Tell City 37, Petersburg 18. Ml. Vernon 60, Cannelton 13. Pike Township 55, Greenwood 0. Sullivan 19, Garfield (Terre Haute) 13. Holmes (Covington, Ky.) 47, Lawrenceburg 0. North Side (Fort Wayne) 13. Central Catholic (Fort Wayne) 7. Huntington 24, Central (Fort Wayne) 0. ortland 7, Decatur 0. Auburn 14, Bluffton . SUPPOSE WE 1 Y WELL. ONE i - - ,w.u tuimi 6AKl OF f(i3byABt?S Plymouth 40, Columbia City 19. Warsaw 26. Wabash 0. East Chicago (ltoosovell) 28, Horace Mann (Gary) 0. Hammond (Clark) 34, Hammond (Tech) 7. Washington (East Chicago 13, Hammond 13. Hohart 6, Griffith 6 (tie). Lafayette 10. Kokonio 19 (tie). Six-Man scores: Beech Grove 3S, Attica 20. Lacks Veto The governor of North Carolina is the only governor in the union without the power of legislative veto. Accelerate Vulcanization Two new vulcanization accelerators for synthetic rubber are both oherrocal compounds of copper. MAVBE-- COULD VOJ FIND OUT?? r THAT WAS Dr. G. R. McGUIRE CHIROPRACTOR Y.Rn 2351. Blackmac i " J " W - A -1 m BEEN IT-SOMETIME5 FOR TWO A TIME A BUNCH AROUND CendarnieH had to take charge. Long alter the action had subsided thous ands of fans milled around the field and cloKM'd the exits while the .-.pace below lh Itrown clubhouse stairs was u throbbiiiK mass of well-wisli- TS. AllhoiiKh the lapy nianiiMer. I.ukf Sow ell. was I no liusy to think much about World herii-H preparu- lious, he indicaled that Nelson I'ot-ter, with 1!) wins Mils year, will be on the mound here Wednesday u-nainsf .Mort Cooper, the Cardinal ace. This was the closes! the Hrnwns came to a flat; since when I lie same Yankees they just crushed in four straight marts nosed out n Brown team with such greats us (Jeorgu Wisler tn ihe lineup. Tigers Blow AL Pennant in Loss To Washington Crucial Game Settles 1941 Chase; Leonard's Knuckle Ball Blamed DETROIT, Mich. The Detroit Tigers lost a bail game to Washing ton here yesterday afternoon, 4 lo 1, and then waited 60 anxious, nervous minutes to learn they had lost the pennant on the last day of the American League season. Once these Tigers were crushed on a combination of "Dutch" Leonard's four-hit pitching and the home-run hitting of Stan Spence. they gathered in quiet tenseness of their clubhouse to await the outcome of St. Louis' game with New York. They had the desperate hope that the Browns would lose and thus force a playoff for the championship in Detroit today. But they had to settle. after those 60 racking minutes, for a f to 2 Brown victory over New York that gave St. Louis the title by a single game. Then they trudged out of Briggs Stadium through the remnants of a crowd of 45.000 people. These were the Tiger loyalists, the thousand or more who had stood watch on the center-field scoreboard through that hour to be in at the bitter end of a Tiger drive that bad carried Detroit to first place on Sept. 1 7 and had kept them there until the crash on When the crash came. It was engineered by Spence and Leonard at Ihe expense of Paul "llii" Trout. Leonard threw a fiilllery knuckle ball that Detroit could hit safely only four times and bis control was perfect. Spence hammered his third honie-rilii of the Washington-Detroit series and his 1 8th of the season to glart ,nt, senators toward victory, -piio blow came with a man on base an, was Kf.cou S,.nce hit off Trout in three days. Two other hits, both singles Ihud- 0fr .spenec's bat during the af- ,.rnon give him nine hits in 17 times at bal here for a four-game average of .530. Trout pitched five hit less innings us he made a tremendous bid lo gain ,,nP. fifers a world series shot at the Cardinal or at the worst, a playoff ,m ,M(, urow ns. lint Washington JUr)ol what bits they got off this right-handed winner of games. Save for a wasted single in the second the Senators utilized their blows, producing three runs in (,1(? rm,rln on fjVo hits and scoring ()nce on (wo lj(g n ,he Pit.llu. with that sort of ihrilty ball work the Senators handed Trout his 14th loss and managed 10 wore their firth iriuninh in 17 panlea this season with Detroit. Three Tiger errors didn't fiyiire in the scoring nor did they jndieaie that Manager Steve O'Neill s team ' had succumbed to Ihe jitters. It I wasn't the shakes ihat beat the Tig ers, it was the flutfry. diving knuc kle ball that Leonard scried during I a masterful slay on the niomii1. diis the unstoppable Siteiice. Ibal Kepi i the Tigers from a title. mstandmm r'IV.1. bTIMilNti Won l'ftt r Mi 6. .' Clubs St. Louis l-'.roit New Vi.rk l!itol i l'.'t land Philadelphia - Cicao VVai-iiig'ou 4C ll If I N trioWi. I.Ktt.l K flijt.s V. . 'I l.oxt I'ct. !. Uuito l"-". ' Pittsburgh l .5VK .57K .47 .4V, .422 .4 .3U 14J 1 20 :;s 40 42 435 ( iiicinnati k'J bicago 75 X "r k 6J Boston 5 Drojklyu 63 :, 79 7 1 t-2 Philadelphia ' 61 food Types Of the tolal feed consumed by animals during the three-year period. 1038-40. 31.5 per cent was grain, 8.6 per cent other concentrates. 22 I per cent hay and other roughage, and 37.8 per cent pasture. Pasture, hay and other forage ctops supplied 59.9 per cent of all the feed consumed by all livestock. I Pa Classified Ads Sell Most Anythiof JUST AS IF WE WERE GOING TOGETHER, EH? OK-I'LL DO IT' HOW'S THAT? I W rz 1 Football Scores INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. High school football: Indianapolis Schools: Cathedral 53, Sacred Heart 7. Sbortridge C, Southport 0. Washington, 27, Warren Central 0. Tech 37. Ben Davis 0. Silent Hoosiers 14. Howe G. Broad Hippie 33. Sheridan O. Crispus Attucks 12, Dunbar (Dayton, O.) 0. Other schools: Plainfield 27, Decatur Central 7. Danville 8, Franklin Township (!. Toileston (Gary 12, Froebel (Caryl 0. Washington 13. Dugger 7. Seymour 13, Columbus 7. Noblesville 19, Westfield 0. Frankfort 14, Logansport 13. South Side (Fort Wayne) 26, Peru 6. Wiley (Terre Haute) 12, Craw- fordsville 0. DAN DUNN Secret Operative 48 f5JT. DAN DUI-iM. AM GOiWG TO GET EVEN V H SLUGGER-I KNOW HE V.AS tuc r.i.; ifcitn K.tLEO JOE MORI50 G Theatre ' iJ Starring r hev I z Dc-j;i t r.aili'T' B UETTU5"L.KE B 0U TOLD HtR I TO' J! V JJ I t " "7""',,. j '' , uwe cn jf luckv 1 came I I qoeeeaJ I AWV5T NOT L A ' A I are pt v-,Nsjs back at fT Wint it? u)ellFI5HT KrlfiHG , Unfy .- ij 1 J -l --zfrzr- II yEAH-TH SLUGGER- 1 V. N t SSH." tin. the Yank left fielder, were the most damaging blows off the Brown right-hander, but only his triple produced a legitimate run. The Brown flag fight has been characterized by more nps and downs than there are in an elevator. Early in August they held a seven-bame lead. Then they went into a tail spin that cost them first placo j and. for a brief spell, were as low j as third and one and a half games .1 l .... .1 r nv min iiiik1 Yankee series they had lo take all four games to win if Detroit and th" Nats split even and that's just what I happened as Washington twice drove Dizzy Trout to the showers when the chips were down. t'nlil veslerday afternoon, when sis hits totaled 15 bases. Hie Drowns haven't been able lo produce I power. Brilliant burling by Xels j Potter. Denny Gahhouse and Jack Kramer made a minimum or runs stand up and for a stretch of li'i straight innings the Yanks weren't even able to score. In the Inst four games here the ousted champs net - ted only three runs and twice were , shut out. Yesterday's triumph was the 11th B. I. PAVE Y AllSTRAOS KOTAKY Pl'IILIO NEWPORT, IND. Rm. TSt Walnut HI. Cllntoa. Ind. Tel. 419-J Relief At Last For Your Cough rnvuniiHnii relieves rromntiV be cause it go right to the teat of the trouble to help loosen fijd exjel germ laden phk-fm. ai-d uvi natun- to soohe and heai raw. t-enacr inflamed brorj'hial mucous membranes. 1U jour d:u;?t lo bfll you a txiie of Crer mviz-.op ;th the uriderst.andino: yyu u.ut i.i.e th may U q utkly fcii y lii cwj&.'i or you are to hm. vour uniK-y bfc- . CREOMULSION For Couehs, Che'.t Colds, Bronchitu BOWEL CLEANING POWER OF ERB-HELP MEDICINE j HM- on rm-ntlr took KICK. HKI.P ll-n-r ta ami aid after- Hard I" im-k-t would liave lo- t...a Im. mIt nHilaiiM-d mi much fililiy ulslnT. Il- Ills Koto. ' aril. lncMin-, Iwuels and whole I wftUrm were m llionMighljr l an-l j thai liis constant lieailache rame to j aa rad. nevetal inidy skin enin-j tHjas oa hi fare dried up cnerniehl. i aad rien th rliennialic pains in his kmee di4ared. At present be is i an altogetlier different niaa, feeling j fin in eiery aj. EKB-HKLP contains 1 2 Great Herbs; tbejr cleanse bowels, clear fea from Munuih. act on (-luggitl ' lirer and kidnej s. Mierahle people j sooa feel different all over 80 don't Ko oa tiet KltB-HELP. ! Mliite'a (lUvallt lliarmai y iTug btore. ( ' I I ; ! ! ! j VMCYti AROUT HER 5KULL CAFE WHtKt I I NUW H l pu J ' vrt urn " V- " mucn r.iun I mc MAD.c.r) WAIkl& Tfi fifT I 5WD---AN0 5SdTOe I I PEG6V-- VOU PEGGV?? f MV TRAIL-- BUT T MURDERED"- I IVIN WTHM NOW I Ci GOING TO RID OF JVt ) P t uu J WENT SHOPPING AFTER s r -j ' .OR IT.'. TEU. HERHE A5 -r j r J T J ' I LEFT THE HOTEL AND V- , J MURDERED. JT r,cc J ( 1 t ' ' -1! . " ' ' BUT SLUGGER HAS ACT AS THOUGH YOU KNEW NOTHING-AND FIND OUT WHAT SLUGGER'S RACKET I5--I LL DROP IN THERE AND 5EE YOU EVERY AWFULLY SECRET ABOUT HE GOE5 AWAY OR THREE DAYS AT AND THERE'S ALWAYS OF GUNMEN HANGING THE SKULL CLUB", REASON 15 Mt -SLUGGER AL'AAV5 DID GO FOR ME-AND ANOTHER REASON IS THAT hE AND JOE WERE IN SOME RACKET TOGETHERNEITHER OF THEM V.OULD TELL ME HANDLE IT THE PtSGY-AND TO DO TnAT VJE MUST KUOM WHY SLUGGED WOULD h KILL HIM.' WHAT 1 EVENING - mm Sack Slan Not Ballplayer Readers of the sports pages might think a sack man a baseball play. cr, but his real job is in a corn products f'.ar.X, , , -,

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