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Pa fin f!vc THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Monday, October 10, 1914. US Links Join Ring of Steel Around Aachen BOWLING RESULTS COCA-COL. LKAGl'K 1TBI.IC SERVICE CO. Colombo. 221. 119, 1 89 559; Jones, 157. 1311. 1 41 434; Baysinger. 102, llo. 142- ;i.r,4; Jlooney, 180, 1118. lllli -451; Straw. 131. 201!. 182-519; handicap. 128. 128, 128 - 38-1. To-llils. 919, 897, 888 - 270 1. COCA (OLA - Mcl'own. 153. 1 25. 155 - 433; Vh'tll. 121. 113, 1.18 - 372; Turocl. 1 15, 128. 154 - 427; Fenoglia. 1 17. 199. 190 531!; Ghl-dotll. 232. 2 12. I Ii4 -1138; handicap. 194. 19 1. 194 - 582. Totuls, 1)92. 100 1, 995 2988. M ATTIODA GROCERY Mur-dock, 174. 118, 117 4 Sil; Lyday, 101. 14(1, 11104(17: Maltioda. 107, 179. 1 75 521; Costello, 1113. 1 I li. 177 4S8 : Brazukas, 1117. 193. 10(1 52(1; handicap, 103. 103, 1 03 :l(9. Totals. 935, 885. 9282748. DIANA SWEET SHOP Weir. 197. 1 24. 182--503; Kr. Shea. 180. 159, 153 492; Mansliip. 120. 1 40, 14 5405; Allison, 110. 141. 159 410; Ave, 191. 141. 193525; handicap. 13(. 136, 13(i 408. Totals. 934, 841, 9682743. from where Oilman and D. neiuero worked up to Garfield's 38. D. Ueinero was thrown for a f-yard loss on the first run but the Wildcats were put back on the 33 by an offside penally. (Ilillan to Ver.in Oilman faded back to I lie 411 to toss a perfect heave to Hob Verzina, substitute cud. who carried tile pigskin safely over the goal. Eiirietlo's try tor conversion was blocked setting Ihu acorn at Clinlon ti. Garfield o. Kagles Try Again With the kickoff, Garfield went on the march down into Clinton territory, looking for a matching touchdown. Zipping down to Clinton's 4 3 in a series of pass, run plays the Eagles took to the air as less than five minutes remained in the game. After losing the hall on downs, a penalty against Clinton set the Eagles hack into a first down on the cats' 34. Varda snared a Nicoson pass, swishing to the Clinton 15 wilh two minutes left in the game. With the crowd on Its feet for the remainder of the game. Varda snared another yard for Garfield but the Eagle line buckled and Verzina slipped through to tackle Brewer on the 28. Nicoson took Garfield's last chances in the air hut Ills shots were wide and Clinton took over with ten seconds left in the match. Final score Clinton 6, Garfield 0. Lineups and summary: Clinton (0) Garfield (O) Relief At Last, i For Your Cough Creomulsion relieved promptly because It goes right to the scat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw. tender inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you n bottle of Creomulsion with tiie understanding you must like the way It q iickly allays the cough or you are lo hnvj vour money back. f CREOMULSION For Coughs. Chest Colds, Bronchitit 'CERTAIN-TEED ROOFING can take it!" jc Proper housing can boost egg production! That's why it pays to get a Certain-teed roof on your laying houses! Super-saturated with moisture-proof asphalt and thickly coated with mineral granules, Certain-teed Shingles are weather-tough and durable. Trim-looking, economical, fire-resistant approved by Fire Underwriters' Laboratory. . FREE TO FARMERS! Write or ask for 20- page Farmers' Wartime Handbook of Available Building Materials. Full of ideas! Clinton Lumber & Supply Co. ( Kt Hi A.NSTEAO, Mgr. (i()!l No. 1)1 h I'liuue 31i2 Diana Kegleivs Split -Match Set Wilh Jeweler 5 Clinton's Diana Keglors split a match set with the Rogers' Jewelers of Terre Haute at the House of Ten Pins Sunday night with the Jewelers taking the first series :'K7U pins 10 2820 and the Dianas taking in the Bccond with a 2743 to 25S0 score. Straw and Hennetti scored high for Clinton with Fritscher anil Simpson tops for the Terre Hallteans. DIANAS Taparq. ISO, ISO. lilO 572; Wilson, 155, 1!)3, 2113551; Straw, 205, 1S5. 1411 5311; Ave, 22(1, 20(1, 103 505; Henetli, IDS. 179, 195 572. Totals, 970, 950, 900 2829. ROGERS JEWELERS Strong, 225, 158, 173 550; Simpson, 170, 215, 209594; Fritscher, 194, 21(1, 220 B24; Roltinan, 175, 189, 192 55(i; Wiuney, 154, 220, 172540. DIAXAS Taparo. 173. 179, 181 533; Wilson. 149. 201, 200550; Straw, 195, 189. 234 018; Ave, 160, 132, 150442; Benelti, 203. 192, 195 590. Totals, 880, 893, 900 2743. ROGERS JEWELERS Strong. 103, 186, 189 538; Simpson, 134, 183, 184 5111; Fritscher, 139, 201 521. Roltman, ISO, 149 502; vfinney. 201. 108, 158-Totals, 823, 807, 8992589. 181, 167 527. Muncie Bearcats Boost Record In State Grid Race INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. The Muncie Hearcats had adt.od another 3'.i points to their high sore record today after knocking off the Marion Giants on their own field in one of Friday's Hoosier high school grid struggles. The Giants made 12 puints. Michigan City and Memorial of Kvansvllle botli added black marks to previously clean slates as a result of two games in opposite ends of the state. Michigan City lost to Central of South Bend. 28 to 12. while Memorial, ill an all-Kvansville classic, was edged out by undefeated Central, 7 to 6. The Golden Tornado. Emerson of Gary, strong Western Division N1HSC team, held its topnotch position by tumbling an old rival, Washington of East Chicago, 2(i to 15. The strong Purple Panther outfit of UloomliiBton successfully kept its home record of no defeats by winning from the Columbus Bulldogs, 45 to 0. State attention Saturday turned northward where an important Northern Indiana Conference game, Eastern Division, was scheduled between two South Bend teams, Washington and Riley. Other scores of Friday's prep games Include: Heltz of EvatiBVille, 12; House of Evansvllle, 0. Richmond 19; Itusliville 12. Tech of Indianapolis, 13; Anderson 7. Washington 13; Blcknell, 0. Roosevelt of East Chicago, Whiting 0. Kokomo, 31 :' Logausporl 0. Wabash ti; Peru 0. Mlshawaka. 19; Elkart 0. LaPorte 2(i; Goshen (i. South Side of Foil Wayne Central of Fort Wayne, li. North Side of Fort Wayne 11; 33; 18; Huntington 12. Uluffton 13; Portland 0. Columbia City 39; Decatur 0. Viucennes 0; Linton 0 (tie). Frobel of Gary 12; Hammond Tecli 0. Clark of Hammond 34 Griffith 0.1 Harvey, 111., 12; Hammond 0 Valparaiso. 13; llobart 0. Alexandria, 32; Elwood, 12. Boonville 32; Princeton, 0. Clinton, (i; Garfield -of Haute, 0. Wiley of Telle Haute, 211 Tcrro Paris, 111., 7. Gerstnieyer of Terre Haute 13; Marshall. III.. 6. Sullivan, 13; Brazil 0. Dugger ti; Huntlnghurg, 6 (tie). Cathedral of Indianapolis, 12; No-blesville 7. Broad Hippie of Indianapolis, 19; New Castle 19 (tie). Vashon, St. Louis, II; Crispus Attacks, Indianapolis. 0. Warsaw. 34; Plymouth. 7. West Lafayette, 20; Crawfords-vllle, 13. Lafavette, 14: Frankfort 0. Central Catholic of Hammond 19; Central Catholic of South Bend, 0. Pa Six Arrested On Traffic, Disturbance Counts Here Clinton city police made six arrests Saturday night, Oct. 14 for traffic violations and causing disturbances, it was reported today. Earl Harver, Kairview: R. E. Elder, Clinton and Martin Myers. Dana, were all given 2 traffic tickets in city court following arrest lor traffic violations. Harver was arrested for running a stop sign. Elder, was arrested for parking in restricted zone and Myers was arrested for parking on sidewalk. Charles White. John Craft and William Whittenmyer, all of Mock-vllle were fined $1 and cosls in city court following arrest for causing disturbances. Coal Output In 1942, the first war year that comparable figures were made available by the bureau of mines, production of coal in the United States was 580 million tons, Russia was second with 247 millions and Britain not far behind wilh 215,900,001) tons. BRRRl tOLD FOR (Contlnnod from page 11 In the southern sector of the lluleh front, British Second Army troops advanced to within 2.000 yards of Venraul in Liinburg province close to the German frontier. Threaten Heprisals Naxl ovrelords of the Geramn army, Gen. Dwiglil 1). Eisenhower's headquarters said, are threatening Gorman soldiers in the Vosges Mountain area witli reprisals against their families unless they hold to the death against the American Seven! li Army. Headquarters said that nothing was known of a reported new British crossing of the lower Rhine 10 miles west of Arnhein. At Aachen, burd-wou American gains were scored against, determined German resistance from ranks of mortars and tanks buried up to their gun turrets in the soggy ground. Bitter Unities On Inside the rubble-strewn city the stubborn Nazi garrison continued its bitter fighting which forced the Yanks to continue their slow, gruelling progress from house to house. Canadian First Army forces driving nortli of the Leopold Canal into tiie Scliedlt estuary pocket of Holland established a new battle line from Watervliet to Hooldplaat. southeast of Flushing, across the western Scheldt. Canadians Gaining- The new Canadian advace cleared the Nazis from the western shore of the Savojaard Plant as troops converging from tiie north und south joined forces. Allied Supreme Headquarters revealed today that Hie Canadians were given strong air support in their drive into the Scheldt pocket, particularly In the battle for Woens-drecht. Air Attacks Continue At the same time the giant air attack against the Keich rolled forward today without, a pause as 1.-200 Allied heavy bombers, escorted by swarms of fighters, blasted military targets in the region of Cologne and hit oil refineries at Itiseholz and Monheim south of Dusseldorf. Oil Holes When horse-drawn implements are operated at speeds higher than they were designed to be run, as behind a tractor, oil holes may not furnish enough lubrication unless more frequent stops are made for oiling. IT'S AWFULLY THI" TIHE OF YEAti NSS LI VERMILLION ROOM Hays, 167, 164. 187 518; Gucrri. 99, 119. J47 395; Asbltry, 188. 167. 157 512; Kirkiuan, 145, 156. 189 490; Tasso, 181. 235. 145 561; handicap. 170. 1 70. 170510. Totals, 950, 1041, 9952986. JCLES TAVERN Taparo. 204. 193. 201 598; Meyer. 162. 166. 109 497; Gambianl. 161, 101, 135 447: lacoli, 125. 169, 155 449; Benelli. 176, 212. 169557: handicap. 110. 110. 110330. Totals, 938. 11101, 939 287S. GREGORY CAFE Lamniey, 182, 1 76, 212 570: McDonald. 198. 141. 165 504; C. Foster, 163, 156. 164 483; .Hayes. 161. 158. 172 491; Maloney. 1 73. 192. 179 544; handicap, 138, 138, 1 38 414. Totals. 1015. 961, 1030 3000. HORNEY BATTERY SHOP Lane, 196. 189, 175 5(10; Palolicy, 133. 1 30, 161 424; WauKh. 141. 142, 161 444; Stone. 160. 137. 179 476: Cooper. 15S. HIS. 188 514: handicap. 142, 1 12, 1 42 -426. Totals, 930, 908, 1006 2S44. Fuddling Soil It is more difficult to obtain stands on soils that are cloddy and puddled than on well-prepared seed bed. Plowing a soil too wet will cause it to become rather compact and cloddy. These clods are difficult to pulverize. Usually several years are required for the soil to return to good physical condition. The action of climate over several years of intense cultivation and the turning under of large amounts of organic residues will return the soil to good condition. If the soil is clay, it will puddle worse than will a light or sandy soil. Wildcats Edge Out Garfield In 6-0 Game Oilman to Veritina Pass Tags Lone Tally as CHS Crew Defeats 3rd Terre ' Haute Team this Season In ii gamp sib tlirilliiiK us ay wl1" nessed by Clinton fans in several years, the Clinton Wildcats Friday night tucked up a 6 - 0 will over Our-field High School in the fotigy Memorial Stadium lit Terre Haute. Completing their wins over the three Terre Haute grid machines, the CatB added Garfield's Purple Eagles to t lie C'.crstiucycr and Wiley victories. Score on Only 1'asn Willi only one pass tossed In the evening's performance, it accounted for the Cats' score with Dob Verzina neatly nailing a 20-yard (illinnn pass In the early part of the final quarter. Out-downed by the Kagles 12-4. the Wildcats staved off four separate touchdown attacks that saw the Eagles deep down into Wildcat territory, twice in the second quarter. Wildcat Line Holds Clinton s forward wall, improving with each game, simply froze solid against the encroaching Kagles with Jack Oilman sparking the brilliant defensive play which stopped the Garfield threats. Don Iteinero was unable to make his usual long, long runs, being bottled up consistently by the Eagles who must have compared notes with Wiley before the game. Iteinero's' longest jaunt of 13 yards aided considerably the touchdown play. Garfield kicked off as the game opened with the entire first quarter devoted to a kicking duel between Tony Knrietlo und Stewart Chestnut. The ball see-sawed hack and forth between the two teams with each offensive drive ending in a fourth down punt. Kagles Start In The Eagles lashed out In the second quarter with Varda taking the bit between his teeth to lead the Eagles' goal drive. Varda took a Clinton punt on his own 20 to start the drive. Three plays later the elusive back sped to Clinton's 47 where seconds later a 15-yard penalty on Clinton set the Eagles' deep into Wildcat territory. Johnson to the 10 McGee gained 12 yards for the Eagles' and it looked like paydi.rt for Garfield. Johnson went through the line to the 1" where the Cats took time out. With play resumed Varda went through to the five, but a 15-yard penalty set the Eagles back to the 2. The Eagles then took to their air but Enrietto nipped the threat as he intercepted the pass. Enrietto did the same trick three plays later when another pass from the IS was tried. Strike Again Still leading Wildcats around, the Eagles struck hard as the second half elided. Varda returned Clinton's kickoff to his own 89, then sped through guard for 13 yards Into Clinton territory. The Eagles soon racked up a first down on Clinton's 35'. A 15-yard penalty temporarily slowed the Eagles but Mcoson's 25-yaid pass made It up to Clinton's 111. Seven more yards were added to the Garfield run on t lie next two plays. The Eagles' claws -were pulled on the next play as Varda was nailed on ' the fourth down witli a loss to I lie 15. Clinton took over on downs alter Varda crashed against I lie Wildcat stone wall defense hut soon punted out on downs. Varda scrambled the ball down to Clinton's 34 with two more plays picking up a yard, lteiliero Intercepts 1'ass Martin Iteinero intercepted a Garfield pass on his own 10. setting the stage for Clinton's tally. Witii minutes to go in the third period, the Cats marched up the field to the 37 where Don Iteinero hung up a first down as the quarter ended. Working from the T. Enrietto raced forward for another down WANTED RAILROAD WORKERS Of All Types SEE: liKI'liKSK.NTATIVE K.lii.lioAii i:etiki;mext ISOAKi) Million Board Office Clinton, Indiana Every Tuesday ' U:tm to 1 1 ::0 A. M. COOKED A FINE DINNER; THEN THREW IT TO DOG One lady recently stated that she used to tli row her own dinner to the dog most of the time. It made, her Kick just to look at anything to eat. l She was swollen with gas, full of bloat, had headarhes, felt worn out and was badly constipated. Finally she pot KK1J-HEIJ and says she now eats everything in sight and di gests it perfectly. Kouete are regular and normal. She is enjoying life once more and feels like "some other woman" since taking this Xew Com pound. Kit It-HELP contains 13 Great Herbs ; they cleanse bowels, clear gaa from stomach, act on sluggish liver and kidneys. Mi sera Me people soon feel different all over. So don't go on suffering! jet EltB-HFXP. White's (i:e;ill) Pharmacy Drug btore -ftXRE TO VMEAR. THIS- MR.M06UE,l'M OH YES, I MERMAID COSTUME.VaJE'LU JONES A MOST m-wi w wr . . . .. . I HavE TO GO TO THE PEACH UDELL'S rf I NiTER ESTI N a i 1 1 im micc rrv-iMtre ? v m-i i i-r'i i rp ivinn m m i IT'LL BE GOOD 111J4J1" STORM PICTURE WA"5 A SREAT Tb SET 7Jf TH1 tZQ fBRRRI (X SUCCESS. NOVO MP MOSUEHS INTSIDE J Af ) r- fVJhjh 4J &VZW the AjoBjr 1k Wfvf Mm if lim ' . - ra c-n i - " 1 "-c j r-s y . i rrt . , . mc uci smjv uitu TI TO (SET ' ' ' ArtPMrV rrS I JOB nf)R YfJtl .1 I mr rr 1 Cirey LE Graham LT Chestnut Frlsz Hansel Radtke Thompson Gibbons Hawkins Nicoson McGinn Brewer Varda Counsel! LG - - Glover C Secondiuo RG l'ovlin RT . Foster RE . M. Reinerio C)B D. Reinerio LH .- Enrietto RH Oilman Fli Score by periods: Clinton 0 0 0 6 li 'Garfield 0 0 0 00 Scoring touchdown Verzina. Substitutions Clinton: Verzina, Past ore. Curry, Graham. Garfield: T. Johnson. Thornton, McGee, Bland. Smith and Hemeier. Officials Referee. C. Dagwell; umpire. S. Johnson; headliuesman, tV. Loman. Notre Dame, Ohio State Lead In Big Nine League Two Major Teams Come Out of Weekend Skeds With Unbeaten Records CHICAGO. III. r With one exception, the teams which fiKurecl to dominate the western conference football race are beginning to move into position. The exception is Northwestern, whose showing can go into the books today as the "big disappointment" of the year. Purdue, Michigan and Ohio State apparently are going to fight It out among themselves in the stretch for the title. Indiana. Illinois and Wl-consill have an outside chance to born In. Iowa and Minnesota gradually are sifting down into the "also ran" division,, with Northwestern, apparently greatly over-rated, about to join them. Ohio State Slate, Irish Tops Last Saturday's results produced few surprises. At the wiudup only Ohio State and Notre Dame remained among Hie major unbeaten teams in Hie Middle West. Wisconsin was toppled from that select circle by a group of fleet run- ning backs Ironi onto riaie. zn 10 7. in one of the top contests of the day. Notre Dame, which meets Wisconsin on the Notre Dame field Saturday, slaughtered Dartmouth 64 to 0 to make its three-game total 118 points against none for the opposition. Michigan romped off with a 27 to 0 victory oier Northwestern and used 24 substitutes so tiiat the score wouldn't be too awful. The Wolverines made 450 yards from scrimmage as compared to 24 lor Northwestern. Hoiwiiers Trample Nebraska This Saturday apparently will bring fresh grief for Coach I.ynn Waldorf's lads, since Indiana will he the guest at Dyche Stadium in Kv-auslon. The Hoosiers ran up a 54 to o count on Nebraska and there isn't much reason to believe Nortl'-westem's offensive will be any mr. . successful against the tough Indi um j line than it was against .Michl;;.in's. Purdue met its second de'" :M the season at the hands of : senu-e. team wlien it dropped a li:.;eli l.'l-C decision to the Iowa Seali.iwi, i. Tiie Boilermakers remain tied with Ohio State for the lead in the conference, however, and probably will remain there this week when they face Iowa. The Hawkeyes lost to Illinois Saturday. 40 to G. Fleet Buddy Young paced the mill! with 138 yards in seven tries with the ball for an average close to 20 yards. Ohio Coach lie turns Sharing the spotlight witli the Notre Dame-Wisconsin contest this Saturday will be the return of Coacli Paul Brown to Ohio Slate with the Great Lakes team. Brown, former coach at Ohio State, now is a lieutenant, junior grade, at Great Lakes. The Sailors, unbeaten although tied by Illinois, will tackle Paul s old club, which has been neither beaten nor tied. The outcome will be a true evaluation or just where Ohio State belongs in the- national football picture this year. 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