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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

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Tagr Fv THE DAILY CLIN IONIAN Friday, October 13, 1941. How To Relieve HELPING HAND By Jack Sords Ml KB Bronchitis Unbeaten Cats To Meet Purple Indiana School Gridirons Have Husy Friday l.'ttli INDIANAPOLIS, Intl. -- Friday Iho thirteenth looms as a crucial day Side of Fort Wayne. Huntington at North Side of Fort Wayne. m LaPorte at Goshen." Ilushville at Richmond. Kukumn at Logansport. New Albany at Seymour. Sullhan at Brazil. Vincennes at Linton. Wiley of Terre liaiile at Paris. en but feared an emotional letdown against the Fighting Bengals.- The Bears came up with a surprising 6-8 tie against the U. S. C. Trojans last Saturday and Allison fears his boys won't he at the proper fighting Ditch for the wily Slagg gridders who in their last two previous games with California have scored upset ictories. , Creomulsion relieves promptly bc- I rause it goes riKtic to me scat 01 uiu i trouble to help loosen and expel germ i laden phlcem. and aid nature to soothe and hcul raw. tender inflamed bronchial j in the careers of 1 ndiana's prep Eagles Tonight RAMS PEOFB'SSiOaJAU LgAS0&eAM, III. Gerstmeyer of Tern- Haul Marshall. 111. Iticknell at Washiimlon. Boonville at Princeton. IIIUCOU llieiliut rtii.T. i" r n - -- l to sell vou a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the I way It quickly allays the cough or you are to have vour money back. j CREOMULSION I for Coushs. Chest Colds, Bronchitis Clinton Crew Takes Off For Terre Haute, Meet Garfield; Cats Strive To Keep Unbeaten Kecord rimnni.K uxkii-s Garfield Union Get In the ncrap! .vA.VL..".vwAw,...-.".--v"w- A LAM KIM. Calif. The Alameda Coast Guard Sealiiins today based their main hope of victory over the mighty Fourth Airlorce Flyers from March Field. Call., on the passing arm of Gonsalvo Morales, former St. Mary's Gael. The teams meet Sunday in San Francisco's Kezar Stadium and the flyers, boasting a nationally-known lineup arc figured to be about two touchdowns better than the Coast Guardsmen. i h The Chestnut . UE. Cirey Frisz -. L.T. tlralmm Hancel L.G. Oilman Tiadtke . C Glover Thompson R.G. Secondino Gibbons R.T. I'orlin Hawkins K. E. Foster Nicosin Q. B. M. lioiiierio McGinn or mm :.. COUMHl'S. Ohio. Ohio State's unbeaten Bucks today were en route to Madison. Wis., where tomorrow they meet the Wisconsin Badgers minus the services of guard Bill Hackett. The lineman suffered a recurrence of a side injury Tuesday and the medicos,advised Coach Carroll Wid-does he" would be of little if any value to the Scarlet Saturday. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" For Quality Liquors Martini and Rossi Vermouth $2.45 a Fifth Silver Bell Distilled Dry Gin $2.50 a Pint Whiskey $3.90 a Fifth Glenmore's Old Thompson Libei'S Liquor Store "The House of Oiinlitv" ANNAPOLIS. M1. The Navy moves over into Balitmore today where they meet the Blue Devils of Duke University tomorrow. Duke dropped two of its rirst three games, but the Middies are being prepared for plenty of action in the Saturday tussle. oJf op -fg &MS- Fcx? PWe-ygAlK APf&C STARRlWa-PoR. oMio s-tfvre-. ui was football siitiads. By the final whislle of several of the tilts scheduled lor today and tomorrow, lop contenders for various city and conference championships should be fairly well indicated. Memorial of Evausville will clash with its co-cily competition. Central. Bo Hi are risking undefeated records. The Purple panthers of Bloom-ington, leaders in the Southern Indiana Athletic Conference, hope to keep their home field inviolate today when they entertain the Columbus Bulldogs. Although the Panthers have one black spot on their record, a loss to Brazil, I hey have never been scored upon on t heir home field this season. Incidentally, I In score of the 1ft 4 it Bloomingtun-Col-u nib us game was 13 to 0 in favor of the Bulldogs. An important northern Indiana conference game, eastern division, is scheduled for Saturday when South Bend Washington and South Bend Riley meet at School Field Stadium. Both are prospects for the division championship, since neither has been defeated. Michigan City, Hie only other undefeated team in the Kastrn NIHSC. will race a test tonight when they entertain the Central Bears of South Bend. Emerson of Gary will face an old rival. Washington of Fast Chicago, in another Friday Hip thirteenth contest. The Golden Tornado Is leading the western division of NIHSC with three conference wins and no losses and the Washington outfit is way down the line In ninth place, but has been showing improvement after the slow start. The Muncio Bearcats, bailed as the highest scoring out Til in tin-state prep field (241 points in five ea m es against l'l -od d o p po ne n t s points) are planning on crumpling Marion s Giants In a North Central Conference game at Marion today. Other games of interest in the state high school schedule: Today: Anderson at Tech of Indianapolis. Hammond Clark at Griffith. South Bend Central Catholic at Hammond Catholic Central. Valparaiso at Hobart. Crown Point at Rensselaer. Roosevelt of East Chicago at Whiting. Tolleston of Gary vs. Horace jIann of Gary. Froebel of G a ry at 1 lam mon d Tech. Broad Ripple or Indianapolis at New Castle. Clinton at Garfield or Terre Haute. Central of Fort Wayne at South 44H V TH ST. l,IXTOX, ll. Johnson I,. H. Enrietto Brewer - R. H. D. rfcinerio Varda F. B. Curry Place Memorial Stadium. Time 7:30 P. M. Flying in the face of the Friday the Thirteenth jinx the Clinton Wildcats will jaunt down to Terre Haute tonipht.to meet the Garfield Purple Kasles at Memorial Stadium at 7:30 p. m. , With an untarnished record of four victories in four starts including wins over Garfield fellow Terre Hauteans, the Wildcats will make a gallant effort to add number five to their victory string. Possessing a line good even in company with the best in past Wild-cast history, the veteran-aided Cats have a better than even chance of coming home with a victory tonight. However, anyone who ventures a guess on the outcome of a Wabash Valley football game and worse yet a Clinton-Terre Haute game is climbing out on a limb, carrying his own saw. Garfield has the advantage of a home field plus a tricky T offensive. Although injuries have haunted their ranks for the past few weeks. Coach Donas Dischinger has whipped the Eagles into running order for tonight's gam?. Still on the probable list is Bob McGinn, who led the Eagles to a win over Clinton last year. Regaining two top-ranking ends, Chestnut and Hawkins, cheered the Eagles considerably. Clinton coach Gunny MeCool is 7A round Frank Tiauman, rugeed veteran right end, who will serve as acting captain for the fourth straight game. HANOVER. N. H. Frankly pessimistic Coach Earl Brown, led his Dartmouth football squad to Boston today to play a great Notre Dame team in Fenway Park. Dartmouth lias yet to win a game this year and a victory over the Irish would he classed not only as an upset but a miracle. NEW YORK. N. V. Otto Apel. Columbia's ace halfback will participate In the game with Yale in the New Haven Bowl tomorrow but its going to take some fast traveling. Coach Lou Little said Apel would be forced to attend classes until noon Saturday and take a 12:30 p. m. train. SMOKER Sponsored By The line combination, heretofore unused, against Nebraska ir everything goes well. Captain John Tavener. Johnstown, ()., out of action with a hand injury, has been replaced at center by Veteran John Cannady. Owens-boro. Ky., quarterback. Into Can-nady's blocking back spot will go Bob Meyer. Indianapolis, an untried freshman who has shown much promise. Fullback Harry J a gade, R i v- NEWPORT LIONS CLUB er Grove, Hi., leading the Big Nine"s scorers in three games, will also be sidelined with an injured back. BLOOMINGTOX. Ind. Indiana's Hoosiers, getting set for a bid lor 1944 Big Nine football honors, return to the gridiron wars after a week's rest here Saturday afternoon against the Nebraska fornhuskers in Indiana's Homecoming Day football attraction. The Hoosiers will be out to break ahead of the Huskers in the all-time standings between the two schools, which now stands at thre victories each f or each t ea m and t wo ties since the series started back in 1 !t 3 6 . Indiana, behind Rob Hoernscbemey-er's superlative passing, romped through the Huskers last season at Lincoln, Neb.. 54-1 3. Coach Bo Mc.Millin. anxious to improve bis Indiana team both in tin-line and in the IfnekfiHd before resuming confri'iice battles, may experiment with nw back field and NEW YORK. N. Y. All Violet Coach Jack Weinheimer said he was sure of today was that he would have at least 11 men in football paraphernalia on hand to take the field tomorrow against Temple University. Ineligibility, injury and illness has wreaked havoc with the regular lineup Weinheimer said. KU -HOTEL BUILDING MONDAY, OCT. 16th REFRESHMENTS ENTERTAINMENT 7 p. m. Mend Duration Screens Here's an easy way to make old screens do the job: Place a piece of mosquito netting over the hole and coat with shellac. Give it a second and third coat after it dries. u Pack Vitamin A Green leaves of plants belonging to the cabbage tribe are rich in vitamin A, while the white leaves of the tight cabbage heads have little of this nutritive element. standing by his regular power-punching line-up listing Cirey and Foster at end; Graham and Povlin, .tackles; Gilman and Secondino, guards and Glover, center. Backfieltl starters are M. Reinerio, quarter; Enrietto and D. Reinerio, halfbacks and Curry, fullback. A big crowd of Clinton Tans is expected to make the trip to Terre Haute tonight and lie Clinton High School band will also be on hand to boost the home team. Purdue to Meet Season's Test In Seahawk Game Boilermakers Take On Iowa Crew Saturday; College Skeds Crowded Football Notes LAFAYETTE, ind. Purdues high-powered offense will be provided its severest test of the season as-: it attempts to maintain its ground I'll ley to Aid Irish NOTKE DAAIE. Ind. The return of Capt. Pat Filley to the Notre Dame line for the frame t.iturday gaining pace here Saturday (Oct 14) with Dartmouth at Boston was re-j against a ruKKed Iowa Seahawk de- I iTl CAN HARDLY WAIT TO SOSH ALL HEMLOCKS !) MHRCVj THEV'L-L ALL WW I Timr SEETHE PICTURE MPHATCH MY CLIENTS 'LL (cJHAHS ,HV MV VORK TILLIE OH BOY' IF THIS DOESN'T , n. . s BE FURIOUS )( THE HA BEEN SO FAR INFERIOR MAKE AVJOMDERFUL TO 1 IT'LL. 2 I MATTER V jfrfl PICTURE, I'LL MISS My ' BE DOME IN S21. kW ' MJV the ssrr--vr aminute ifejA M iM fi t 3ll toiler y& f- sM mMMMm ' ,- l DOMT I GET ANY V-1 UAOCY 1 N. J I I Y PLAY OPPOSITE V'"" I I FSuT.HARRV.OI.dTT' DON'T ARGUE FELION ! V. , jTjou THAT HARRVS A STRJ . - i VJMOM I LL BE F jLoBYMAN!Y raWlDA BLIMK6 IM L :' .ETTE CALIMI3S BUNKS' IF tf MM aD WiENW W hair - ) -iftl PpmU n-m fSs:Or BREADTH V . VS. vealed today. Capuiln Filley. who I fenRc that practically st.u.-niated the plays left guard, lias recovered from j previously unbeaten 2nd Air Force operations on his knees and is be- Superbonthers. led by M. (ilenti lieved ready to play full time a-1 Dobbs. last week. The clash between gainst the Big Green. He saw lim-! tlif colorful Boilermakers, who have ited action in the Pittsburgh and Tu- established themselves as one of the lane games. ! favorites for Big Nine title lonsid- ieralion. and the veteran-studded Savaee Ie.t to ortlmeleni j I're-Flii-'h! crew is expected to at- EVANSTON. III. Northwestern : tract a Dad's Day crowd that will University's chances against the i top l.'j.on'i. Midiigan football team, which it i Itotih. 1'p lhileiinakeei meets Saturday in Ann Arbor. suf- The Seahawks are counting heav- fered a blow -lodav with the loss of I ilv on their alert secondary and Larrv Savage. The first string start- hard charging line to bottle up the ing halfback is one of the leading Boilermaker offensive that lias been I ball carriers for the Purple but will j decidedly impressive so far tltis : be unable to play because of a knee 'son while operating from Cecil ls- injury suffered in practice. j bell's version or the T formation. I I Thelriving Pre-Flight forwards will HARRY .IlLl lladgerx ijrv Two I allow Kay Sfhultz. ace Boilermaker I MADISON. Wis. Two regular : passer, a minimum of time to spoil players will be missing Saturday j his aerial shots. Such Seahawk vet-1 from the Badger lineup when thejerans as vie chletrh. Alex Kapiei. undefeated Wisconsin team meets ' Steve Horvath and Bob Phillips' undefeated Ohio State at Madison. I were the big factors in holding j rm . i I ' . (to EASE THE PAIN 7Vy7rrr- r?Lrr - : WM ZZn iZ ( ? ) The men were Allen Shaler. tiar- Dobbs to a net gain or ts yards last ter back, still suffering an attack i Saturday as a result of their rushing I 4 c p r r i . z . a i fw i r jij z i v n. i t-:-i'-?'- 1 1 v-, j i of lumbago, and center Don Cusack. tactics. who has an injured elbow. t Islvell Sticks to Lineup I Isbell intends to stand pat on 11' BERKELEY. Calif. Coach Stub) same lineup that successfully or-- Tl v . Vu,' AT THE 5, ." 1 1 otf rrc tuf : '-;-; A m Tft-'X Allison tabbed his I'niversity of Cal- ed the Big Nine co-tilie defense irornia gridders as physically tit to- ' a 35-11 victory over Illinois day for their Saturday contest with Boilermaker forward wall, v.-' t ' A. A. Stagg's College of Pacific elev- yet to be outplayed, will be bu: DANCK. "wuc it iJKywzsiA VMs again c ( m I), VV -&f J$H okav i still) f Jftf Vit Kj Q! Starring M MA' ? 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