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Clinton, Indiana
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THE DAILY CLINTONIAN rage Five Wednesday, October 4, 1914. TENTH SEASON By Jack Sords 190433; I'urecll, 97, 124, 1 211 -357; Thomas. 152, 192, 87 431; rnlfoy. 123, 116. 17741(1; Molt. 1112, 1.13, Kill 4111; liandica V, 229, 229. 229 6S7. Handicap. Ml. 90G, 986 2785. BOWLING RESULTS WISKII.4KT l,Kil H KTKVHNSON WVIkcr, 110. 12S, l:tl-:!K!l; Knm'rs, ll. 1 Ml. 121 ;t 7 1 ; Koni'iiiition, 144. 1 1 1. 12 17": (liliniui. KM. 12 -!:; Hi-nili-r. III. I .111. HI5- -4.19; li.'imli- Clinton Township Goal in War Fund Is Set at $6,750 Tol ills. !i, 123. , 1 Ti 7 - - :lK4; : 'lii, 2 17, 247. 247-74 1. tifiii. '.nil. !i;i; 27xii. iii:x.i.i. - 1,1'iii'iMi. II :r::i w. uwmImi'I. hi, im is:.: Vhlti IIS. 172, iiiiin. in. I .'in. l r. - .itwi num. I Hi. K.4. I :i2 i:)2; riii. I7!l. 1711. 1711 - r. 7 . nip. SIS, M. K',15 27CI7. Initial Series Game Underway In St Louis Skies Clear for First Match; Galehouse, Mori Cooper Mound Duel Is Scheduled in First Meet ST. LOriS. Mo. Scheduled to take Hip opposing lunundH today In the opening game of the 1944 sill-St. Louis World Soriea at Spoits-mans' Park are Danny Oak-house for the Drowns and big Wort Cooper for the Cards. It was old stuff to Cooper, for the Wildcats Drill Hard for Wiley Match Friday Clinton Eleven to Meet Traditional Foe at Local Stadium Next Friday PM Clinton High School's undefeated, u n scored on Wildcats are going through some rough and ready drills In preparation lor the game with WHey or Terre Haute lyre Friday night in what promises to be one of the outstanding games of the season. With both teams as yet undefeated In Wabash Valley conference play, the entire Valley will keep a watchful eye on the match as a possible indication to Valley rating chn rts. IContlnuAd from pax II Kurowski, 3b (.270). Litwhiler, If (.UtM). Marion, hs .2IJ!). Verban, 2b (.257). M. Cooper, p (.22-7). Sears- (N. L. ), plate; McGowan (A. M.I. first base; Dunn IN. L. ) . second base, and Pipgrua (A. L. ), third base. Ki:mi;s i.kt ST. LOl'IS. KariM and fiMU"H on tin' world's series opening. Opponents - SI . Louis Mrnwiin, champions of the American League; St. Louis Cardinals, National League title bidders. Game time 2 p. in.. Central War Time. Pitchers - Morton Cooper. Cardinals (22-7f; Denny Galehouse. Browns (9-10). Probable attendance 35,00 (capacity). Betting Cardinals, one to two to win opening game, and nine to twenty to win the series. Weather forecast Cool, no rain. Order of games First six games, if all are necessary on a four-out-seven basis, will be played on successive days with one day off between sixth and seventh games. Cardinals will be "home" team for first, second, sixth and seventh 1 i ll ,fmwm (i It A I'KTTK - Cinwliy. 142. 171. 143-4511; Hirudin, lis, 141. 14.1 417; Taylor. 1 :ts. i;i, 1S74B4: ColoMllio. 11C 120, !I5 :U1; Scott. 119. 122, 119 3110; )amlion). 219, 219. 219 (i57. Totals. S(i7, 912, 911(1 2IS83. S. .MATKltlAL IlollinKKworlli. 139, 1111. 147402; llHtlli'lil. 172, 130, 1U5 407; Pittincer. 191. 137. 15(1 4S4; Kimble. 1 12. 172. 175 459; McCown, 117, 1(17, 134418; handicap. 235. 235, 235 705. Totals. 9G, 957, 10122935. The Vermillion coiinly workerH have contributed Ibis rounty'H proportionate share with 40 percent of the total amount credited each three months to this county. During the drive there is a film that any club may allow and K. C. Boyd has consented to show it ir he is free to do so, Mrs. Helms Bald. S. C. Stultz has been named initial chairman of Clinton City, Miss Merle Carlin, organization chairman, E. C. Boyd, chairman of cily schools and teachers. Mrs. Cecil Harrison, Main street chairman and John Gil-mour. township treasurer. The chairmen and workers for the various districts in Clinton will be announced later. Anyone willing to help is asked to contact the chairman to aid with the house-to-house canvas. The slogan for the annual drive is "We Can't Let Them Down Now." The drive aids the various allied relief causes, with the USO, the main benefactor. Do! PEPSI COLA Hays, 177, 163, 143 483; Chwk. 92. 152. 97 341; Maloupy, 138. 221. 163 542; Hag- chubby Missourian has been the workhorse of the Ht. Louis Cardinals In their three consecutive National League pennant drives and has gone to the hill four times in baseball's annual blue ribbon classic. But it was something entirely new and, until now a dream with little hopes of realization, for cale-house. He was only a part-time pitcher for the St. Louis Hrowns during the early part of the season, hurling on his days off and finally returning to full-time duty and a share in the never-say-die bailie that brought the Cinderella boys their first American League flag. "It's the biggest thrill of my ; life," Galehouse said when he learn- j ed that Manager Luke Sewell had Hutsh Broadcast Mutual Broadcasting email, 141. 188, 195524; Chidot- Clinton will be operating without the services of Gilbert Barbee, who suffered a fractured leg in the Gerst meyer fracas last week. The rest of the team is in fair running order with Sam Curry limping a little from a foot injury. He will probably be among the starters Friday night, however. Having a record of a 30-0 win over Paris, a 0-0 tie with Westville and-a 6-0 win over Gerslmeyer, the Wildcats are going to prove pretty tough opposition for the Red Streaks. Coach Gunny McCool has had the Cats practising running and kicking plays with a lot of concentration on conversion points. Friday night's game may prove to be a passing duel provided the usual rain doesn't PaiAoLoi ..$1 PASSIJ& AOo T" -rift AnSaiM, II System. 'ti. 170. 168, 176 514; handicap, : M 151. 151, 15145.1. Totals 889, ,iMMKViB , 1043. 925 2S57. . I I MOHCAN OltOCERY Swick. Real tstate transfers I ies. i-45; cox, 132. 144. 141417: Allison. 136, 164, 136 l436. (;lirrl(.URi J20. 1U6. 180412; William Lancaster et al to John nos8 134 )6r, 144 443; handicap. Common Currency Chocolate was still common ctu rency in isolated communities of Middle America as late as 1880. Hurst et ux lots 9 and 10 block 8 20(i 206, 206618. Totals, 864, original plat ol Dana..$l. 94s y 7 a 2791. J. 15. Russell et ux to John C011-1 Football Notes accompany the game. With Wiley games always drawing a large crowd from Clinton, a bleacher-full of spectators is expected for Friday's match as Wiley will cart along its share of fans for the fray. The kiclt-off is scheduled for 8 p. rad efux lot is original piai or r.u- FRISTS cioyd. 15. 204, 166 gene. 1. 528 ; Berto, 169, 1 50, 176 495 ; Tu- Andrew Tribulak et al to James rod i(i,i477: Koster. E. Creek et ux lot 58 Matthews m m 141455. Lammey. 183. Park 1st add. Clinton. $1. 7!i 5ij,. handicap. 156, 156, Andrew Tribulak et al to James 15G46g Totals, 943, 1019, 9S0 E. Creek et ux lot 58 Matthews 2942. Park 1st add. Clinton. $1. I oL-MSTEAD Evitt, 131. 112. Etfie A. King ct al to John Reeves Fighting Hooslers were put through a stiff drill in fundamentals yesterday when a cold kept Coach A. N. (Bo) McMillin indoors. Saturday will be an open date for the football players who will meet Nebraska in the I. U. homecoming game Oct. 14. Dr. &. R. McGUIRE CHIROPRACTOR X-Ray 2351 Blackmail LAFAYETTK. Ind. Purdue University's Boilermakers were preparing today for Saturday's title defense with Illini western conference co-chumpions at Champaign. In yesterday's drill the coaching staff emphasized ways to stop the fleet Illinois backs before they have a chance to berak into the open. Speed and deception were practiced in Purdue's own streamlined ball-carrying combinations. SOUTH BEND, Ind. Notre Dame's eleven continued the study of Tulane's play today in preparation for Saturday's game. The Irish scrimmaged for an hour yesterday without halfbacks George Gerlep, Bob Kelly, and Chick Maggioli, who were nursing minor leg injuries. Nunzlo Marino took -Kelly's position. chosen him over Nelson I'otter, leading winner of the Brownie staff. "I've yearned for this through the fifteen years I've been playing ball, but never even came close." Sewell explained his surprise selection with four words: "Galehouse Is my man.' t'nnettled Over Iternnl That's all he would say about his choice of the massive right-hander from Marshallville, Ohio, who never in a ten-year major league career has bettered .500 on the mound. But Galehouse wasn't worried about that or his record of only nine victories against ten losses. "I honestly believe we'll win the series," Galehouse grinned. "We've had good pitching all along and the hitting in the clutch. This team never gives up and you can bet we won't give up now." The series-tested Cooper, who has won one and lost two in four series starts, was unsurprised and unperturbed over his selection by Manager Billy Southworth. Big Coop of the blazing fast ball was certain that the odds of 11 to 20 that he would win the opener and 1 to 2 that the Cards would take the series were right. "After all I don't think there's any question that we have the best rliih " Cornier km id rmif'iflent 1 v "An et ux lot 137 Grondyke & s 2nd add. to Cayuga. $1. John Reeves et ux to Fannie Rho-denbaugh lot 137 Crondyke & Mc-Kee s 2nd add. to Cayuga. $1. 1 Jessie L. Carver et al to Robert Bennett et ux pt. 8-17-9. $1. Mary Plcco et al to Priscilla Thomas lot 10 block 2 original plat of Clinton. $1. 1 George E. Thomas et ux to Harold H. Wiseharl. trustee to re-con-1 vey lot 10 block 2 original plat of ('Union. $1. I Harold H. Wlsehart. trustee to re-' convey to George K. Thomas et ux lol 10 block 2 original plat of Clinton. t. ! Flora I). Slewart et al to llertie Barker et ux lot 30 original plat of BLOOM INGTON, Ind. The CUA WFOUDSVILLE, Ind. Coach Pete Vaughan is paying close atten- RE-ELECT Edbert P. Zell YOUR Prosecuting Attorney O SERIES NOTES STARTING MXKITS ST. LOUIS, Mo. Starting lineups for the opening game or the world series at Sportsmans Park (batting averages in parenthesis): 1SKOWNK Gutteridge, 2b (.245). Kreevich, cf (.301). Laabs, if (.23(1). Stephens, ss (.293). Moore, rl" (.236). McQuinn, lb (.250). ChriBlman, 3S (.207). llayworlh, c (.222 1. Galehouse, p (.9-10). HDS Hopp. cl" (.335 ). Sanders, lb (.297). Musial, rf (.347). W. Cooper, c (.317). 1 haven't any reason to think that tion to his punters a (id passers as we can't win the series with it," Wabash College prepares for the Sewell said. "The Cards are a good Wooster game on Saturday. The club but you know they didn't nquad was sent through a- long of-walk up and hand us the pennant." j tensive drill yesterday. On the Wab- ash injured list are center Al Mor-schell, of Klwood, and Itollie Oakes. regular end. REPUBLICAN TICKET IJfwhilcr Doubtful The only possible shift in the Cardinal lineup would come if Outfielder Danny Lit whiler wasn't able to play because of a knee injury suffered during the regular season. South-worth was confident it would he all 1 1 Cayuga. $1. I(aella Iiavis lo John C. Porter et ux lots 21 and 22 block 15 original plat of Dana. $1. Hunting Licenses More than 7,000,000 hunting censes were taken out in 1039. for myself I had a little trouble rjKt, but Litwhiler was worried be. rounding into form this year because caUH(; of what Dr. Harrison J. Wca-I was overweight. But always have ver t)(, ,,.;im physician, called llTHE PLAVS WE TWNG! IF IT Ktff-ALS?7TR0T0Ur THE PLAYERS imifflp:-!., HERE 'TIS.THEM! MOUTH IT TCIPPIMSLV ON THE TONGUE UP AT 1 rl I II VILLAlMY OF MINE UNCLE IN BUT A pga WE ARE READY 1 TURN jjSgSp" :- Jjj I ", REEL II OF HAMLET ANDHARBYAW,YOU KNOW - HAMLET. HAS SPIED SOME ONE 1 YON CASTLE WHERE MY UNCLE to pitch myself into shape and feel I've got it now." iiwn Kasy on High One "mental apprehension," that it wouldn't hold up. Outlieliler Stan Musial, who suffered a knee injury J rk4 I ULff isk. t,LUL ncn; Miri: cjui ncc - imt UKANtS.:. ' 1 AND MOTHER .THE KING ANB MMTA UT-Wim ml V M r&TZW KT.. . -.. jiD QUEEN. AWAIT SOU NIGHT-STAND ACTORS! Cooper disclosed that he doesn t . in an outfield collision with 'Team 5 mwa tMfiiLi Mfxmmk .mmk& tmm give out with that high, bard one mate D(,n ;;mtiR and was out of ac-like he used to do and doesn't ex- j tion for tWo weeks, reported he was HAIRBREADTH HARRY It- mmm$ pect to have to against (i,e brownies, "I've still pot it," he explained. ready for tii1 opener. Southworth said that if Utwhiler could nut lay and he us-d Ilersanio, tsi ..-.'.rsvn v HARKVtXl.TRAyELLINS "but I nave it now lor the pinches . tnPn Ancle would lead off the bat PLAYERS! W00LO5T THOU.FOS PIN-MONSY, HI d PLAY A 6CRIPT r and when I need to blow em down'tjnK ord(,r and Firy,t Haseinan Ray it's usually there. Until they pet a'sandm-a, now second man in the man to third I've been givinp them , ineup, W(,uld be dropped to filth almost anything, such as a curve or , behind Catcher Walker Cooper. The a screwball." ! littlo nianatrer wasn't worried about MINE OWN MAKWG ' niNts uwn e m ..All 3EE' Both Clubs held a linal workout j the late-season slump which had today under heavy clouds which oc-1 struck the Curds and kept them casionally spit rain. The Browns 'from clinching the pennant for bo IF HE DOESN'T HE'S! I THIMK LIMDELL WILL HIRE - IT'LL TAKE HIM A FEVJ MIMUTES TO MAKE SURE HE LIMDELU LOST HIS VJEU rriLLIE THE MIMUTE HE SEES rn i ir HO'. HO! UllTHOM'"-- OF OUR. nL-: wimuiM. ir uuis I KWOWN 6EMIUS Fora t-Mii.iM ki,iiiicbd HER ucd I iir K5USHT TO ls iu-r -it- i - 1 uu. Mt I I A DRESSES TlLLIE ! .' . oET THAT1 long. "The team was a little off stride, but it was only natural we were so far in front," Sou t h worth V PICKIMg MODEL5I HIRE ME went through a long batting drill after which Sewell pronounced the club "fit and ready." Sig Jakucki. right-handed pitcher, was the only casualty, witli a toothache. MODEL JOB ANr NOW JteCIS'i SMRIMS'LL said. "I gave them a rest and the Willi l ooker maifa 10 piicn ior ; way they oime bark convinces mci the Cards, Sewell said lie would that they have recovered their form I start Gene Moore In rlRlit field. It , and wm ,e the Cardinals of old. Southworth Bhould chan(,-e to a lett- think we'll win because 1 11 tell you liander, then lie will switch to ei- this, we'll he awl ully touixh lo beat.!' ther Al Zarllla or .Milt liyrnes. Sew- The weather forecast before to- ell said there would be no change In t day's came whb collier anil no rain the batimt! order. I ad a capacity crowd of close to 38,- "We came throuch this way and 1 ooo is expeeud. FOOTBALL IV i X h C. H. S. VSLDCATS W IL b Y I 1 -ymAAPOMllP I UFAIffMgH-.. ) I jOHEN THE CARRIER PENgUlMl ffT ' v Theatre n""' :' --VfTz &dzA V cTr'A LBASE fl I Starring StH&S fcJ' 1 E l f YtAH-SHE'S TALKIM' SjBMjMBW f HELLO, PEGGY--W VEAH 6055- I fHOW ARE V0tPWM"w"D0V "WnOW VOtfREl TmEVER W HOBt Liv; IN , J V TO THAT &UV5MITH- B MAYBE t'S YOU TWO MEET MY MEW WON'T YOU I FRIEM0" ll KIDD1KI' SERIOUS IN MY bARDSViLLE- , 6N'T A . t AM" HE TALKS TO A 5T00L D HAVIW A BOYFRIEND-- SIT 0OWM B WHAT ABOUT II SLUGGER LIFE-WELL-HERE'S JUST VVTIN& HE NICE, 11 AN TH' POLICE, 1 PIGEON I GOOD TIME?? MR SMITH. . WITH US? 1 0OE--YEAH- H AREN'T LUCK TO YOU -&Y HERE FOR A 605S'? f Jtx i i , i rni S MEET 5LU6GER. " -r 1 f AN' VVHAT SI YOU?? TH' WAY-DO YOU FEW DAYS K7- r- 5 i 1 FIND OUT.' CsT I ' Ls ' ABOUT ME" li r j - LIVE HERE IN I--1 50RT OF Cr m,titl I lr rJ C Lr C -7- J TOWN, MR TOOK A SHiME , J . DUNN j , J f Vv y J-HJ -EGGYHER, K I Operat, '. (jiCM Ri. lM&( i fti 'Always A Battle" At CLINTON HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, - 8 p. m. GENERAL ADMISSION 50c Plus Tax Service Men In I niform Admitted Kree On ravnienl of KM-ral Tax SCHEDULED HOME GAMES WASHINGTON EUAZIL (h,1.i.,nI.,.is) Nov. 10 Nov. 3

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