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fTiniO't'''"'"''" THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Wednestlay, October 18, 1944. GOPHERS' BEST By Jack Sords BOWLING RESULTS WISKHAItT l.IMM K .MOIKiAN CltOCEItr Swick, 181, 1117, 153 501; Strohrj, 125. 112. Hlf, 432; HhoailB. L5S. 147. 177 4S2; UarrlKiw, 12. 125. 1118 --:I5S UH. SI). 145. 117 - SGI; liiindlcaii. 221. 221. 224- 072. Totals. 8117. !2, 971- -2T'.M. IIKXAI.l. -- Hiiyil. 151. 147. 1 :lti 4:14: Strvt'tiKon. 152. Kill. 1 5 II 158; While. 12(1. 144. Hit - 422; Haiti. 1UII. 155, 1211 - 4511; Kirk-man, 1 4:1. 1 :i s . 181 4H'i: litiiiilli'tiii. 188, 188. 188 5114. Tolaln, l)2!l. '.'22. M'J 27911. Late Crops The late crops that will not stand frost at all include beans, tomatoes, eggplant, peppers, cucumbers, mudkmelons, watermelons, pumpkin and squash. To get best growth and safety from frost these crops should not appear above ground until nbout three weeks after the average date of the last killing frost. This means that the seed can be planted some days earlier than this date, or if protected by hotcans, can be planted considerably earlier than in the open ground. , y n Good Cooks ' Women marines are good cooks, , according to no less an authority than Lieut. Gen. Alexander A. Vandegrift, commandant of the marine corps. In his first visit at Camp Lejeune, N. C, as top leatherneck, the generel declared the taste of the food and the cleanliness of the galleys in the women marines' mess halls to be the best he had witnessed in 34 years of marine corps service. ir X Sfcv "'--r -r7. v-tf XjJ- 1 FDR Plans Major Speeches in NY, Philadelphia (Continued tiom page 1) Neu Jersey Swings iOP Bad news raine hIho from New-Jersey whi n former Governor Charles Ellison visited Mr. Roosevelt at the While House and said he told the President that the state would go for Gov. Dewey "by a substantial majority". Normally Pennsylvania and New Jersey have both wound up in Hie same column. Hid for Philadelphia Mr. Roosevelt's decision to carry his campaign into Pennsylvania was viewed aH definite indication that lie is now prepared to make a hard fight to overcome Republican gains. His appearance in Philadelphia is regarded as a bid for that county's decisive vote In Hie stale. In the 1940 election. Mr. Roosevelt carried Pennsylvania by 281.-000 votes. The Democratic vote was 2.171.000. The ballot lor the late Wendell L. Willkie was 1.S89.0OO. Political observers emphasized that if Mr. Roosevelt again carries Pennsylvania he must carry Phil adelphia where he had a 177. 000 majority in 1940. This- year, however, on the basis of regisi rations, he now faces a Republican plurality of 250,O(io. CHICAGO. Ill President Roosevelt probably will make a major campaign address in Chicago short-1 ly before the Nov. 7 election. Mayor ' Edward J. Kelly lold a group of J Democratic leaders today. The mayor said that if the weatll-j er is good the President would speak ill Soldier Field and that if inclement in the Chicago Stadium. A date for the President's visit lo Chicago has not been set. but probably would be about one week be-lore the election. Mayor Kelly said. Democratic leaders were planning to give the President a rousing welcome 011 his expected visit. The program would include an oldfashioned political parade in Chicago's loop. Clinton Woman's Son Is Wounded in Action Again Pfc. Fred Berard. son of Mrs. Jennie Theisz. 3S8 North Seventh street, has been wounded again in Italy, according to word received by his mother from him recently. Pfc. Berard was wounded in the leg and hand and is now confined to a hospital in Italy. On Nov. 23. 11)43 Berard was wounded in Italy and was later a-warded the Purple Heart. He entered the United States Army on Feb. 22. ISI2 and went over- ...... t. I t,t 1'tn He is m-n. ing with nenil Clark's Fifth Ar- Williams. FLASAy AMD PgP&JPA6J-e- BAC GopAess aMp Mis speed AtiO FASSiJe-ASILlTV as well as preparing to slop such an aerial attack by the Sailors. Brownies' Mc Quinn In Hospital for Operation WASHINGTON. D. C. George McQuinn. star first baseman on tne 1 si. Louis Browns and George Case. fleet-footed outfielder of the Wash-' inglon Senators, were reported to day 10 be planning to submit lo surgery. McQuinn. it was said, will enter a Baltimore hospital Friday lor an operation on the base of his spine while Case will go to Boston for an operation on his left shoulder which handicapped him last season. Lmd Battleship a!.- An tank was orieinalW ard practice in wanare ioi tv-mu- ries, says a bulletin from the tional Geographic society. Na- V itondi wtrugioiJii'- ov'-j- COON DOG FIELD TRIAL ONE HALF CENTURY CLUB PARK SATURDAY NIGHT and SUNDAY OMK ON HOYS HHIMi Vol K COON IMHi" T. L. Mt DONALD, Pres. BOWEL CLEANING POWER OF ERB-HELP MEDICINE One man recently ook ERB-Hl'l.l" Ihree days Mid mid UeT-ward Iliat he never would have le-lleved his lxly contained so nnicU fil,l fcnhs.a..ce. He says l.ta stomach, intestines, bowels and whole system were so (horoiighly cleansed (hat his constant headaches came to an end, several pimply skin mjP-tions on his face dried up overnight, and even the rheumatic Wins in 1 km-e .lisapinared. At present be is an another different man, feeling fin - In every was. Kltlt-HKLI' contains 12 Ureal Herbs: they cleanse Uowcis, 11 toitiiieli. H'-t in sliiggi-M ..1.. ....... .le liver and kidneys. "''" ' , ' soon feel different all CO on suffering: ii r no-n"-" :"'- l--" I'liarmucy ots t Store. ing defense today in preparation for their Friday night meeting with Syracuse, on the Templar's home grounds. .Morrison is hoping to split the powerful Syracuse defense with a few lengthy passes. PITTSBURGH. Pa. Undismayed by their crushing defeat by Army last week. Pitt's footballers today con-tined scrimmage practice in preparation for their game against Illinois next Saturday, confident that the experience gained against the cadets will prove valuable in the coming contest. The mini took last year s meeting 33-25, and the western conference stars are reported to be even faster this year. by Bob Hoernschemeyer, drilled today in preparation for Saturday's fray with Northwestern. Working with Hob in the plan to over-shadow Northwestern 's Johnny Yung-wirth, were Hob Miller, Del Russell, and Ralph Thompson. LAFAYETTE, Ind. Coach Cecil Isbell geared the offense of the evneete1 vielnrv Iowa at Iowa Citv I Saturday.j A win is required by the Boilermakers to put them on even terms with Ohio State. SOUTH BEND, Ind. Coach Ed McKeever of Notre Dame switched ;eorge Sullivan today from his left lackle position over to left end and put Art Mergenthal in at lackle. The move was aimed to give the Irish niore defensive strength on the left Hide of the line in preparation for the game with Wisconsin Saturday. PHILADELPHIA. Pa Ray Morrison's Temple Owls concentrated on a Coach University long pass- (OLUMIH-S.O.- A near-capacio, -jand-batUeship" to crowd of 70.000 rabid lans was pie- s b chalien(,e of barbed-wire dieted today for the gam.; '-" ementB and mach.ne - gun between unbeaten Ohio State al1 nests which had succeeded in block-ihe Great Lakes learn coached by infantrv atlaclt. stand- the former state mentor, LI. (j. g. I Paul Brown. The Bucks have been polishing up their passing offensive , . Illinois Grid Star Takes Top Scoring Post Buddy Young in Highest Scoring Plan in lig Nino; Indiana, Purdue "Rate Two in First Ten CHICAliO, III. Cli.iKh. "HmMy" Yutum. riilvomlly or NIIiioIk sptin-Ut, hail lukrii oxer l he lop scoring post in the WoHiern Confereiici football raco, official (al ist ic-H .showed The lu'tro Hlar, whom opponent k liuve found virtually unstoppable traveled up and down the conference gridirons to the tune of 2S5 yards for five touchdowns and a total of 30 points in three nig Nine panics. Michigan Man Second Power-packed Hob Weisc of Michigan is in second place among the scoring leaders with 24 points chalked up on four touchdowns over a span of three conference tilts. Kd Japade. University of Indiana, who held first place last week, is now third with IS points. Illinois has three men in the first ten positions, on the basis of their scoring record. Indiana has two men in the first ten as have Michigan. I'urdue and Ohio State. Last week Paul Patterson of Illinois headed the list of rushing leader, but this week finds Young occupying that top rung also. I,es Hor-vath of Ohio State who was not on the list of rushing leaders last week, is in second position this week, as a result of his fine performance a-galnst Wisconsin's Hadgers. Weise is in third place. Hoosier is Second Johnny Yungwfrth of Northwestern holds his position as first among the forward passers, having accumulated 234 yards by passing, as a-gainst his 132 yards of last week. Bobby Hoernscheineyr of Indiana is in second position, and Don Greenwood of Illinois, third. Pickup Football Uriels ' Frankie Sinkwich Leads Pros in Ground Gaining CHICAGO, 111. Frankie Sinkwich, the liard-driving Detroit Lions back, has taken over the uround-KainillK lead in Hie National Football League, official statistics revealed today. Sinkwich, liii-kiiiK up 34 yards in 15 attempts before a second-nuarter attack of appendicitis forced liim from the fcame against the Cleveland Hams last Sunday, replaced Lou Ilrock of Hie idle Creen Hay Packers by a margin of 12 yards. Frankie now has 193 yards for three camcs against 181 for Ilrock in four. Frank Filchock of Hie Washington Kedskins retained his lead among passers. The former Indiana I'nivcr-sity star, who has done an outstanding job in filling the shoes of Sammy llaugh, had 10 completions in 19 attempts as the Iiedskins rallied to beat Boston. He is well ahead of Irv Comp of Green Hay who was idle and under the care of physiciuns following an attack of appendicitis. Beware Coughs o from common colds That Hang On Creomulsion relieves promptly be-csuse it goes right to the seat 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 a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have vbur money back. r CREOMULSION For Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis KIM fMturM brwl. All Unm. HOW QUINTUPLETS ralitva coughing of CHEST COLDS Whenpver the QuintupMs cat!) cold their cheUi. tnriMtsaiKi backs rerulbed with Muatfro. So MusH-role musi b iuft a.Miut t).t-' U'steolu-ivlk'f you rtii) buy! HusU'rule Mm break up lootl cun-tfsiion in upier bron. hial ('act, inaktw lirvatHinp easier, prurr.t-Tly r?livcmpii- due to ooUlf. In a srw.irm: Children Wild, Ketular, und Lxirt Strong. If Bi yni bare poor iijcsSm ? Bi jmi feel headachy after utmj? Bi jrui (et stw or upset easily? 0 rt feel tired Ustless? I)o you fel hpadacrSy and upset due to poorly digested fuod? To (eel cherrful and happy again your food must be digested properly. fcar h day. Nature must produre about two pints of a vita! digestive juice to help digest vour food. If Nature fails, your food may remain undigested leaving you headachy and irritable. Therefore, you must increase the fl"w of this digestive juice. Carter' l-iuie Liver Pilis incraae this Row quickly ofien in as little as 30 minu'e. And, you're on the road to feeling better. Don't dtpenfi on artificial aid to counteract inaicp ion Caner'a Little Liver Fills aid digestion after Nature's own order. Tak farter's Little Liver Fills a d.re-iti. i-i iht-iu i i,y djujisiur. Uulj 1U ami U. , UUAI'KTTH t'rimli-y. 144, i:i:l. Ill 421; llUsslllK. Ktli, 108. 147 451; Ollinn. 150. 11.1. I2H--3M; Colombo. 150. lliti. I4!t 4H5; Sioll, 105. 14:1. 131 37N; lllllldl-'cap. 2:10. 23. 2M 717. TotulB. ' 024. 1III2. :)8 2824. FltlSTS CloyU. 15.2. 150. 20;i 5111; Ilerto. lOti. 100. MS 4S0; Turocl. 111. 158. 1115 404; Flutter. i:io. 1811. 150 4 7!: Lummy. 191. 150, 179 520; handicap. 147. 147. 1 17 441. Totals, 977, 975. 1000 2902. S. MATERIAL HolHllgwortli. 151, 157. 170 484: HatfU'ld. 149. 139. 172 460; Kimble, 1.43. 133. 14S 424 ; Hild. 137. 147. 108 442: McCown. 164. 133. 140 437; handicap. 223. 223. 223 00.9. Totals. 907. 982. 967 2916. MODEL CLEANERS Evfit, 125, 141, 112 378: Purcell, 140, 115, 127 382: Thomas. 96, 172. 125 393; C.ilfoy. 158. 144. 141 443; Mott. 127. 101. 114 342; handicap. 232. 232. 232 696. . Totals. 878, 905. 851 2634. l'EI'SI COLA Hays. 15 0. 155. 17!, 4)0; Cheek. 147. 131. 118 398; .Maloney. 178. 154. 149 481; Hageman. 124, 144. 123 391; Ghidotti. 109. 139. 141 44S: handicap. 151. 151. 151453. Totals. 925. 876. 861 2662. STEVENSON Welker, 189. 133. 151 4 23; Foncannon, 166, 139. 146 451; Rogers. 144. 97. 116 357: Oilman, 91. 104. 141 330; Rentier. 143. 138. 140 421; handicap. 227. 227. 227 081. Totals. 910. 838. 921 2009. WARASHERS Earles. 105. 120. 1 13 338; Jones. 114, 114. 114 342; McKlnney, 94. 109. 110 313; Roberts. 120. 119. 151 380; Wright. 108. 125. 99 332; handicap. 15. 15. 15 45. Totals. 556. 002. 602 1700. TEXACO Doughty. 158. 111. 131 400; Remler, 129, 124, 161 414; Fenoglio. 101, 06. 80 247; Weir. 138. 125, 122 385; Gilfoy. 121. 141. 130 398. Totals, 647, 567, 630 1844. ROSENBLATT'S Ralston. 133. 113. 98 344; Thomas. 11, 157, 120 388; Foltz, 123, 129. 170 428; Kasubjak, 102. 100. 85 287; Kirkniail. 97, 131, 140 36S; handicap. 8. 8, S 24. Totals, 57a, 038. 6271838. LUCKY STRIKE Jarc. 135, 147, 130 412: Cottrell. 121. 105. 112 338; Hageman, 116, 122. 110 348; Crnwl. 130. 122. 140 398; Lepri. 1 17. 173. 149 439. Totals. 619. 609. 647 1935. PENNY'S McCracken. S2. 113, 99 284: Kirkman. 99. 93. 124 -816; Jones. 113. 135, 120 308; Costa. 120. 120, 120360; Kasler. 93, 130. 100 323. Totals. 507. 591. 5731071. MONTEZUMA Warren. 97. IOC, 80283; Hentley. 132. 125, 127 384: Trent. 133. 111. Ill 355; Flannery. 82. 133. 128 343; Boole. 140. 133. 124 403; handi cap, 20. 20. 20 78. Totals. 034. 590 1x40. 01G. Football Notes Ni;V YOKK, N. Y. Coach Lou Utile shook up the Columbia line today putting Boh Heller, tackle at end with 1'ele Morlellaro. a guard taking Heller's old berth. Tony Ve-nutolo. second string guard was given the varsity guard assignment. Columbia has an open date Saturday but the suuad was put through a two hour drill yesterday pointing for Colgate on Oct. 28. YA'KST POINT. N. Y. Army backs worked furiously today under majn-Audy Oustalson. backfield coach : perf'i-l their pass defense, in r' -a rat ion for Hie game with the 1 .; Uuald Academy Saturday. I '' 'I delVns' against passes wa.- i' 10 he Armv's vulnerable s' 'it H ttte puwerful team could be considered j 10 have a weakness. ITHACA . X Y. Cornell'! urid biiuiwi will su;jwiiri practice for a wet. Coach Carl Sn'vely announced loday because of o: 1 of tjrm animations. A complete r -alisnient lot the team probably will ) necessary aftr Nov. 1. when rpgulars U'liarlcy Pavidson. Frank McArihur. ;rant Kills and Tom Tenuant arc nlatd to filter the Marin" Olficer Training School at (uantico, Va. KVANHTON'. Ill- A most welcome addition to Northwester I ni-versity's football squad today way Joe Sicjzal, former C olumbia Cniver-sity end. who is enrolled in the dental rcIiooI. The former Columbia tstar wilt replace Hud Pettit. freshman end who was injured in the Great Lakes contest. Sietal is listed in the starting line-up for Saturday s home omine name with Indiana. He is a brother of John Siei:al. former end on the ( (licapo liears. IILOOMINCTON. Ii.d A i uar lv of lick lndi;iua j-ass'Ts, lieitdtU i 1 h LJ YOUR BOSS'LlJ IT SURELV MUST HJ HERgS MCfe TILLIE I POSED YESrERCAV) WHAT we I F0R60T W VERV MUCH JHIMQ OF A h 7T toiler m&L Ajh Ml JUKsJ tfmMM m nW it iyf?r sf0k irK BREADTH C M Theatre VW'W ) lF p? popeye i P m MX dan x-J rk1 wiwP is&K ? oHNOiDOTir rTiil TOLO MS THE TUTH If TM 1 HTHER TALK OR 13. nt TTmT THAT-S tf ' TU COUNT TEN .VJ ItoUThV ; V JZ l " m h i iv ii -irk rii-n

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