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PfiRn Fivr T II E DAILY CLINTONIAN Friday, October 20, 191 1. Football Notes Cescna Enveloped By 8lh Advance; Yanks Score Gains (Continued from page 1) side Ihe Junkers bastion, is in Russian bunds, tlie Germans said. Silent on PiiihmIh Tlie Moscow coniinuniiiue. however, lllllde no specific mention of the F.usi Prussian front, stating only tliut there was "leciuinaissunce activity and flphllng of local Importance" in sectors other than those described by name. iGerman radio reports, heurd In Loudon, culled Ihe Kast Prussia Invasion a "grand assault" by "monstrous" Russian forces. A Nazi war commentator. Colonel von oldberg. asserted thut the union Is developing Into "n muss buttle," the like of which lias seldom been witnessed."! (Further German reports, relayed through London, indicated the Red army struck along a 50-mile front against Kast Prussia, from the former Polish city of Sulwaki that lias been annexed by (lie Reich, to the bolder station of Kchlrwindt.) .Massive Armor Force (Tlie Russians, according to one Nazi broadcast, attacked along tlie Sestipe river and occupied the town of iiydtkau after capturing Vlrba-lls, a border station, tlie Reds hurled massive forces or armor into the battle, gaining only little blood-smeared ground, the Germans reported, announcing the front now lies some 30 miles east of the vital rail center at Insterburg.) By Jack Sords 9 M'Ailhur Issues Proclamation Of Liberation (Continued tiom page 1) strike! For future generals of your sons unci daughters, strike! In the name of your sacred dead, strike! Let no heart be faint. Let every arm be steeled. The guidance of divine Cud points the way. Follow ill his name to tlie Holy Until of righteous victory! " Close to Soil In 1938 three-quarters of the Korean population was engaged in some form of agricultural pursuit. Actually, the importance of agriculture is even greater than this figure suggests because so often the industrial workers are reared in villages and in case of illness, unemployment or old age they return to their native villages. iVEEK-END PLAYER veeeA4 passing- VliHHO. AVAILABLE T3 MonDA FecAUSft of His CKffie- k?AJCa IfKexAS WTHiS - Mim -ro pwy on tiee-5iias . 472; Hayes, 161, 188. 166 515; Wilson, 182, 192. 141 515; handicap. 118, 118, 118 354. Totals, 930, 1046, 899, 2875. VERMILLION ROOM Hays, 172. 193, 144 509; Ouerri, J 39, 144. 147 430; Asbury, 159, 137. 122 418: Kirknian. 145, 148, 142 435; Tasso, 155, 179. I4H 4X3; handicap, 145, 145, 1 15 435. Totals. 915, 940. 8492710. HORNBY BATTERY SHOP Lane, 189, 175, 175 539; Paloll-cy, 135, 155. 172 402; Wliugll. 145, 183, 148 476; Cooper, 172. 187. 178 537; Karnnuvich, 165. 149, 1 56 -470; handicap. 1 28. 1 28. 128 384. Totals, 934. 977, 957 2868. ltd Fall froji Kale is one of tlie most important of the crops used for fall and winter greens. For fall use sow seed about the middle of June or first of July. Kale resists not only, early frost, but heavy freezing, and may be harvested far into the fall season. Oil Bath for Kites A simple oil bnth could save efiSS which spoil each year because of delaV In marketing or in faulty storage. Oiled eggs slun.-il 18 months ago at 81 degrees at .Michigan Slate college lost practically no moisture and were well preserved. A liiKlily refined, colorless oil was used, and no technical skill was required. Treatment cost less than a half-cent per dozen eggs. Clean iutter An ingenious tool for removing leaves from gutters is a bent pipe on the end of a broomstick. With it, leaves and debris may be hooked out of the gutter easily from your stand on the ground. Chinese Words Many Chinese words are actually combinations of other words. COON DOG FIELD TRIAL AT TIIE ONE HALF CENTURY CLUB PARK SATURDAY NIGHT and SUNDAY TOMK ON KOYH 1HHNU YOt'K COON IMMi" mrrm sues5i-.-. . - "-- l WAT cK rKQOr , va Add Flavor Wild greens add color, crispness and tangy flavor to salads. It is important to gather them when they are young. Even milkweed shoots may be thinly sliced and combined with other greens. The tender leaves of mustard, sorrel and dandelion all add to the appetizing quality of a green salad. Dominion troops of Hie L'lghth Army at Hie sunie time enlarged their bridgehead over the I'isclulel-lo River mid now are advancing tu-wurd Ihe riiivlo River. Seven MIlcN From City American troops of tlie Fifth I Army pressing a drive on Bologna against sustained stern opposition smashed out local gains to strike to within seven miles of their goal. . Headquarters of Gen. Sir Henry Maitland Wilson revenled that 10 German Divisions are opposing American Lieut, fien. Mark W. Clark's forces driving on Bologna. Nazi Field Marshal Albert Kes-selring employed tanks and heavy concentrations of artillery in repeated counter-attacks in an effort to stem the Fifth Army push. Clear l.orenzonc Despite the heavy counter-action of the Germans the Americans cleared the enemy from Ihe town of Lo-renzone. British troops of the Fifth Army captured several important hill features on the right flank of Hie American drive. In tiie central sector Allied troops made local gains south of Galeuta. Overhead medium bombers blasted roads and l-ail lines and bridges in tlie Po Valley while figliter-bonib-ei-B and fighters supported ground i troops in attacking bridges and rail! and road traffic north of the buttle a rea. ! Hungarian Rail Center Swept Up By Soviets (Continued F-om Fagw 1) try of .Marshal Rodion Y. Mulinov sky's urmy outflanked one Nazi out fit, trapping them in u pincer between the Sebes-Koeroes and lierel-tyo canals. Another Russian force siezed Ihe railway station at Hujduvuinospercs. east of Debrecen, further placing Mallnovsky's men in position for u final drive against thut city, Ihe third largest In Hungary. Radio reports from Berlin admitted, meanwhile, Unit, northward, Soviet troops had crossed the Hunt Prussian border, in a two-pronged offensive from tlie east ami suuth. The town of .Kydt kau, a hull . mile, iiir THERE ARE MANY REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD; Indiana Cridiron Preppers Racing For State Title Mythical Crown Hotly Contested; Clinton Iii Race for Valley Title INDIANAl'OLIS, I ml. The BWlsh of practice nets lent .est to tlie Indiana stale prep football curd this week-end, In a seasonal note as obvious as the changing- color of the lenvg. Indeed, basketball is just a-round tlie corner. While nc system Is in effect for saving argument over the state football champion, contenders for the mythical crown were fighting as hard on the home stretch as if an actual trophy would be awarded. The basketeers were ready to succeed the gridiron stars soon. Washington I'ontliors in Front The Washington of South Bond Panthers, who generally got credit laBt fall for being the mythical football champs, are well to the fore again this year. However, thry probably must meet the winner.! of tlie western division. Northern Indiana High School Conference, and that on-counter may be a Waterloo. j The undefeated Emerson of Gary squad is at the top of the western division, Willi four wins and no loss-, ea. In conference play, while Hoose-velt of Kast Chicago and Hammond ' Clark, both unbeaten, rank In the next two places. The rtooBovelt Rough Riders have lost once in non-conference play. Clark went to a 13-13 tlfe with the South Uenil Panthers earlier in the season. Hammond rtai-k, Itoosevelt Tom Thus the. Hammond Clark-ltoosc-velt game gets headline attention In today's prep card. Emerson plays at Benton Harbor, Mich, tonight. Meanwhile, Washington of South Bend is pointing towards another eastern division NISHP win when it tackles ha Porte, sixth in tlie division, tonight. Tlie Muncie Bearcats still are within grabbing distance of the crown, too, since they have walloped all opponents thus far with the highest scores of the state. Southern and central Indiana competed today with the northern portion for top attention witli tlie Muncie Central-Hluoniington game at Muncie. Bloomington's Purple Panthers have lost only one game that to Brazil by one touchdown, i'liiitim Itaces Stillivun Clinton's Wildcats, in a race with Sullivan lor tlie Wabash Valley title, will meet Princeton, while unbeaten, untied Kvansville Central was scheduled against (Vntriilia, 111. Another unbeaten, untied outfit. South Side of, .Frl Wayne, was to entertain Crispim Attucks of Indianapolis today. Cathedral of Indiana-polls, also in the unbeaten few, will pla.y a home town team, Broad Hippie. Indianapolis City Tilt The strong Tech of Indianapolis eleven also will play a city tilt, meeting Manual, tied once, but not a loss to date. The Marion Giants were to invade Shortrldge of Indianapolis. Back in the nortli today's curd boasted frays between Low Wallace of Gary and the Hornets' city competitor, the Horace Mann Horsemen. Whiting was to play Hammond: Hammond Tech at Mishuwaka and Elkhart at Michigan City. Molecules Connected It has been found in vulcanization that pairs of rubber hydrocarbon molecules become connected together by sulfur atoms. MONUMENTS 0 A Complete Line 0 For Service Drop Va A Card L W. Walsh Monument Co. 2114 Wabash Ave. Terra Haute, Indians How To Relieve 4 Bronchitis Creomulsion relieves promptly because 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 tlie under.standinK you nit:: like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have vour money back. CREOMULSION for Coughs. Chest Colds. Bronchitis Every Saturday HELPS YOU RELAX KEEPS YOU IN TRIM LUCKY STRIKE BOWLING ALLEY I ' I 'rU ,;x--r. i-r'l -ri-i-rcl leii-ip'5; THE tSLAMORCRt'AMI I I I If I" I nl J II l-M v- I I 1 1 -v i L I j?ti "rZrntTrr.,r . ,,DCi sb?l' i'we been awwi SOUTH BEND. 1 II d. T ll e Fighting Irish of Notre Unnie were top-heuvy favorites today to bury Hie Badgers from Wisconsin under something like an avalanche of touchdowns when they clash on tlie Notre Duuie gridiron tomorrow. The boys who pass out the football pool curds were giving the Badgers a handicap advantage of as high as 41 points, which gives a general idea of how minute the chances or Coach Harry Stuhldreher's team are regarded. 14N PoiutN ill Season The Irish team which has scored 14S points this season without being scored upon will go onto the field at full strength and probably better equipped than when it whip ped Pittsburgh 58 to 0, Tulane 26 to 0 and Dartmouth 64 to 0. A good indication of the sort of ofiense the Badgers will have to oppose is that the Irish passing and running attack lias averaged more than 500 yards a game this season. Krank Dancewicz and his replacement. Joe Gasparella, have couiplot-. ed 27 out of 4!) passes to set the standard for the overhead game. while Bob Kelly, the best back on the squad, has run for 302 yards in 34 attempts, an average of 8.8 yards a play. To lie Transferred The ace uackfield will be making its next to last appearance as a unit in Hie game against Wisconsin as Chick Maggloll, the left half, is slated for naval transfer Nov. 1. as is his first replacement, George Ter-Iep. Kelly, himself, may leave before the season is over. The Wisconsin game is expected to draw some 4 5,000 spectators. COLUMBUS. O. Lt. Ij. g.) Paul E. Brown returns today to the scene of Ills greatest triumphs. But it will not be in tlie familiar role as Ohio State University's head football coach that brings Brown back to Columbus . Tills time lie conies to end Ohio's three game winning string and to put tlie damper on Ohio hopes for the mythical championship wliicii Brown himself won for the Buckeyes only two years ago. Brown's return to Buck Town is as head coach of tlie power-laden Great. Lukes Naval Training Stution Bluejackets, unbeaten but tied once in five games this season. Only a 2 -3 6 tie Willi Illinois, mars an oth erwise perfect record for Brown's Gobs. Upward of 70,000 spectators are expected to jam into the Ohio Stadium horeslioe to see these two gridirons tituns clash in the nation's No. 1 game of the week. BOWLING RESULTS K'A-CILA LK.VGl'E DIANA SWEET SHOP Weir1, 159, 167, 156 482; F. Shea, 135 135; Munship, 176, 158, 128 462; Allison, 128. 146. 128 402; Ave. 200, 210, 179 589: C. Cloyd, 152, 140 292; handicap. 146, 146, 146 438. Totals, 944. 979, 877 2800. PUBLIC SERVICE CO. Mooney, 181. 156. 171 508; Jones, 159, 147, 169 475; Baysinger, 161, 153. 149 463; D. Cloyd. 213. 191, 190 594; Straw. 211, 212. 172 695; handicap. 134. 134, 134402. Totals, 1059, 993, 985 3037. COCA-COLA MeCown. 136, 130, 141 407; Vietti. 144, 170, 147 461; Baver. Ml. 11". 99 310; Kenoglio, 14 1. 170. 179 490; Ghi-dotli. 181. 14 1, 177 52: handicap, 206, 206. 206 618. Totals. 909. 930. 949 2788. MATTIODA GROCERY Mur-dock. 186, 193, 168 549; Lyday. 186, 225. 161 S70; Mattioda, 144, 189, 184 517: Costello. 179. 200. 159 53S; Brazukas, 156, 192. 175 523: handicap. 111). 110. 110 3311. Totals, 96.1, 1107, 957 3027. Jl'LF.S TAVERN Taparo. 203. ISO 57!l: Roth. 117. 15!l 453: Gaiubiani, 12r, 156 - 453; lacoli. 144, 1"3. 1 408: Henetti. 14K. 15S. 1M handicap, 123. 123. 123 3ii tals. 8S4. SI 1. !I54 -2"4!l. GREGORY CAFF. Laniluy. 201, 149 513: McDonald. IDS 50; Maloney, 154. 191. Dr. G. R. McGUIRE fTHIROPR ACTOR X-Kaj 235Vi Blackr,.i. I Night Street 6 I i: 47: ro- I 1 5 I jt i -- ij "n ra:: '- W it is more 'iHAH "ffeSNf SET i Hi PfKJ IHlJuSHeR JOB W ' 1 W BUT HOW-HOW CC'JlV MTWHlli Y f&f AMD ANP 1 : ( ? 6TA40 1! jf Dipg . ?0V K iM LEAST TAKE MV J , If LOVAL HARRV JILT ME TO CHOOSE THAT I -. 3 TV A860W , M - -AN w Wb 1- hair 'w Jf!JI" ra'fe2'iM 'rfrmt&$-k harry 'pm mm I rX rr' -" 'r t .vj WAht'W:MmzmMt ' Hvji V A- ' J!.iJ-r. . 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