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Page Flv ' THE DAILY CL1NTONIAN Tuesday, November 7, 1911 By' Jack Sords U. S. Carrier Warbirds Batter Manila Sector Football Notes Sl'KF FOOl DICK the planes which felw over the Tokyo area Sunday on a "reconnaissance mission," as Superforts based on Halpan.) Widespread Air Aftacks Other attacks by land-basod army and navy planes ngainst enemy bases from Paraniushlri to Nuuru were disclosed In the fleet communluuo. Republicans Point For House Control In Today s Ballot (Continued from page 1) SOUTH BEND, I n d. Notre Dame's Hue, which was badly maul' (Con Mb ued li om page 1) ex-TKA FbiAir ff -ed In the course of Navy'8 32 to 13 victory over the Irish last Saturday, was measurably etrongtlioned today SPECIALIST OF -TMi by the return of Frank Szynunskl who shared the regular center duties a m Allied Big Three Farley on Postwar Security is IN' ear (Continued from pax 1) on Notre Dame's national championship team last year. The big center roturned to school alter recelvliiK his medical discharge from th Naval Pre-KllKht School at St. Mary's. chosen to fill a "short term" from Indiana and will not serve in the new Congress which convenes Jan 3. As in the presidential battle, the soldier vote may be a vital factor in settling the Congressional results. Pollticos see tills especially true In the House, where many close contests may he recorded. In the 11)4 2 elections. 1 4 Congressional districts were decided by margins of under 1.000 votes. The campaign roininit-lees of both parties have directed special attention It) these districts. Ite-elecllon appeared to be corti'in for House leaders of both parlies. House Speaker Sam Hayburn 01 Texas u ml Majority Leader John McCor-niack of Massachusetts were regarded as in the clear. GOP Leader Martin faced Bllff opposition but was expected to be returned. 1 Two of the Senate's leading figures Majority Leader Burkley of Kentucky chairman of the Senate Republican and Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio, Steering, Committee, had sharp contests on their hands. Despite an outlook which made Republican control of the Senate an outside bet, the GOP hoped to win seats in California, Illinois, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, Kentucky, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, Washington and (Jtall. Calif. He Is expected to start against Army Saturday at New York. lanaas, Llpa. Legaspi and l.uhang Fields where ground installations were "heavily damaged." Admiral NlmiU said that "only light opposition" was encountered out Manila. Iticlical ing lltu! the attacking planes had to conlend only will) the defense lire or the ships they were bombing. (Meanwhile, Tokyo radio declared that Jap planes, submarines and "suicide flyers" had sunk two more American carriers in Philippine Waters, and added I hat oilier undersea units had sunk "several" tankers and transports off the Pacific coast of the United States.) These claims were wholly without Allied confirmation. A number of American ships were attacked and sunk off the Pacific coast in the early days of the war. and one sub shelled the coastline near Santa Barbara. However, there have been no announced sinkings since then. (Additionally, Tokyo identified CHAMPAIGN, 111. Coach Kny Eliot of the University of Illinois Krench republic, and postwar treatment of Germany. Admission of France as a permanent member of the Security Council is contemplated in the Dumbarton Oaks document. France will become the fifth big power together with the United States, Great Britain, Russia and Chlha. Not since 1 870 has a president been elected without carrying the House. On this record, coupled with their belief in a fourth-term victory for' President Roosevelt, Democrats claim they will ndd a minimum of 21) Congressmen to their roster. Ilopiiblicans Claim House Republicans, pointing to tlu-ir growth in strength which begun In the 1942 election, maintain they will win the House even if Gov. Thomas E. Dewey fails to make the While House. Rep. Joseph W. Martin. Jr., (R) Mass., House Minority Leader who would undoubtedly be named Speaker following a Republican sweep, lias predicted a Republican gain of from 10 to 40 seats. Actually, today's voles will be cast for only 432 House seats and for 36 Senate candidates. Maine elected three Republicans to the House in September. The 3 6th Senator will be football squad, who personally scout ted Michigan last Saturday, has Ink en Don Greenwood from his quarter back position and is alternating him with Buddy Young at halfback in preparation for the Wolverines homecoming game Saturday. Eliot al jji r so promoted Lester Joop to a regu MONUMENTS 0 A Complete Line 0 For Service Drop Us A Card E. W. Walsh Monument Co. 2111 Wabash Ave. Terre Haute, Indiana lar left tackle job. MADISON; Wis. "Jug'' (ilinrd. Wisconsin's triple-threat halfback, was still In the hospital today from the knee injury he suffered in the Purdue game last Saturday and his chances were said to be slim to get into the game against Iowa in Madison this week-end. Your Own Taste Tells the Tale... "It's the Brew for You I" a! fft& Atom's LAW No wonder so many thousands, today,, are telling ihei? friends, "Sterling's the brew for you." They know there's no resisting that tonqy all-grain loste as delicious and refreshing now as always. But, remember, good things go first. So try Sterling as soon as you can and let your own tongue toll you "It's the brew for you!" Sterling Srcwess, Inc., Evansvifls, IndV Sterling Brewers, Inc., t'vonsv,llo, indV FbJR WES, Dic:- Kicks -0a PKAcfce- UP A Q30rf of tto Stfei&M 1 . Rose Bowl Game May Re Restored As East-West Meet LOS ANGELES. Calil. "Conditional invitations'' have been sent to five southern universities in connection with plans to restore the annual New Year's day Rose Bowl football classic to its pre-war status as an East-West contest. The schools which have received or soon will receive the "If and as" bids are Alabama, Georgia Tech, Tulane, Tennessee and Mississippi State. At the moment Tulane and Ten Seed Treatment Hot-water treatment is used for seeds of cabbage-family, tomatoes, eggplant and celery. For seeds of y 4 the cucumber family and peppers, corrosive sublimate is used. Still 121 400; Remler, 165, 142, 158 465; Fenoglio, 78, 127, 92 297; Shannon, 87, 123, 134344; Gilfoy, 138, 110, 122 , 370. Totals, 694, 655, 6271876. MONTEZUMA Warren, 91. 63, 119 273; Bentley, 125, 135. 129 389; Trent, 93, 94, 108295; Flan-nery, 11, 145, 149 405; Foley, 86, 99, 115 299; handicap, 59, 59, 69 177. Totals, 664, 595, 6791838. another method is to use "certified" seed. Such seed is grown under con trolled conditions and usually the nessee are regarded as the top pos fields are inspected to insure that minimum of disease is present. Another step to prevent disease is to treat the seed with a fungicidal dust to prevent seed-rot and damping-off. Seeds of most vegetables usually sibilities. With California virtually out of the running, the bowl's western representative will be either USC or UCLA, with the choice to depend largely, if not entirely, on the outcome of t'helr game on Nov. 26. They played a 13-10-13 tie earl fer In the- season, but since then USC has somewhat the better ' suffer from seed-rot and damping-off unless so treated. Some seeds men treat the seed with a fungicidal "Lawyer" Dewey and "Farmer" Roosevelt Cast Ballots Today (Continued from page 1) dust before packaging. It was just plain Franklin Delano RooBevelt. the country squire, who gave his occupation as "tree grower" who voted the straight Democratic ticket inlhe weathered old frame town hall of this Dutch colonial township. The Dutchess County tree grower BOWING RESULTS WABASHERS Earles, 114, 128, 87 329; Jones, 123, 130, 116 369; McKinney. 110. 118, 137 -365; RobertSj 141, 127, 102370; Wright, 09. ,J9. 99297; hundicap. 48. 48. 48-144. Totals, 635, 650, 5891874. LUCKY STRIKE Jarc, 136. 146, 190 472; Cottrell, 103, 103. 103 309; McConnel. 114, 170. 140 424; Lepri, 173. 131. 140 444. Totals. 609, 672, 088 1969. . i B. I. PAVEY Ward t ' v ) J "- , NOTART PUBLIC 'l' X , 'i S " , .. i 7 .V.,v,, , l NEWPORT, IND. i'S XQ I ' ? . vH t ' - Res. 784 Walnut St. ftj k. ' - ' ' ' " h V "$ '."" 'f ' . ' , Clinton, Ind. Tel. 419-J mm jfi ' t''t.i&ai?t&Ja eM h .. Xwmtn&fai -jk' xAttLei " Ifr-" "T- DBAR ST'TILUE, HERE'S I MY wORO DEAR MISS SyX i fa SER5EAMT ANOTHER BOX f IF VOU VMONTGJr U Y I CAMT 3E ACCEPTIIvi6 ROSeS (J JvKJ? BuRT'IOOnT ' OF FLOWERS tm& ACCEPT fYf. . J FROM ELAIME'3 BOy FRlEWD-VLL Ml -Jf FEEL THAT ' FOR ff ?5 W KOSES, R Tl I TIa SEND THEM BACK fcKV'Sy ul I SHOULD L- jQ L VOL) -SlWV- PERHAPS J ftj' accept I Xflo f? yuM? 7 'THE'S TEALOOS 'MKEPMJVh R0SES I'yJ&fr-A lfetSl ACCEPT I il MT T ENOU6H ABOUT P-'v ' Jf f VIEVM OF. . 'slfSS (-tm l& ZM ViTv &F)l also is President of the united States, and it was in his own re-elec tion for a fourth term in the White House that he voted, but, for the records, it was just plain Mr. NEWS OF MEN IN THE SERVICE (Continued nom page It PENNY'S McCracken, 152, 105, 134 391; Kirkiiian. 107, 107, 107 321; Joues. 132. 14(K 123 395; Bonucchi, 153, 142. 127422; Kas-ter, 163, 104. 123 390; handicap, 14, 14, 1452. Totals, 721, 612. 628 1961. - ROSENBLATT'S Ralston. 110, 98, 139347; Thomas. 95. 98, 158 351; Foltz. 132. 126. 113371; Kasubjak, 100, 132. 157 3S9; Kirk-man, 98, 154. 122 374. Totals, 535, 608,: 6891832. ly personalized and individualized treatment given to recuperating members of the Air Force. Inducted into service December, 1942. Lyons! attended the Air Force radio school I TAIIED I ' ' " 1 I r-T?LA"iMTnrBE"FUR J OH. I DEAR Miss I X( 7 I at Chicago and gunnery school at T.U..E RETURN , .VJ YXfS Y CjS fe?. Ifei Las Vegas. Nov. before going overseas. TSgt. Lyons wears the Disting Doughty. 126. 153, TEXAOC- uished Flying Cross, t lie Air Medal with 3 Oak .Leaf dusters and the BOWEL CLEANING POWER OF ERB-HELP MEDICINE n , IWSETf vi Sback ri v V7 p u viouLoj ftte JMr ORCHIDS I v European theatre of operations ribbon. U.S.A.- Mrs. Virginia Morley liossert has One man recently took KRIS' received word that her husband. Pvt. B. Bossert has arrived safely some where in Germany and is in com bat. He is selling with a field artil lery unit. Pvt. Bossert has seen ac tive duty In England, France. Bel gium and Holland. He has been overseas since January, 1944 HELP three days anil said afterward that he never would have believed bis body contained so much fill by substunce. He says his atom-achY Intestines, bowels and whole system were so thoroughly cleansed that his ronstant headaches came to an end, several pimply skin erui-tions on his face dried up overnight, and even the rheumatic pains In his knee dlsapeared. At present he Is an altogether different nian, feeling fine in every waj. EKB-HEI-P contains 12 (irrat Herbs; -tlicy cleanse bowels, clear gas from stomach, act ou sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable people goon feel different all over. So don't an on suffering! (iet KHIt-llKLl'. PJ7Xr3 1 f KEEP VEK EVE ON 'ER, SOJEE'PEA J I . ' J I "Jri - G OJAM, SHARK-EAT ALL "A) ff- .:z ,JT Js, AST -is i 7 EXPLOSIVES r yf. -.; ; ( T , 1 M'J.f lAUb'i' H UJuit i:: re fr-nunln R-'i.t U !jt TliuciitctR & Mitiiir '!hn.-. It'll' li.i in. th hli!. wtu--. Ql. K h I 'i t shrink bftolliiis ; Mift.-m. tint 1 Tli-jriiH'ii A Mimu'H i;i !-'l niuirrfi Thornton fc Mitior Itnlil Suttj-isitur few ct'Bli more, 'liif IUO OUS" vo. At Jill ictiofl tlnitf kI n-n e In 4'lint-ni ill (Illllki rjmrnr; W (Vopbe, thev'S a) - ' V fT (THAT SMEARS HER ) lcSk, JJ W0 clock. popeIevJ ? O'CLOCK ) E ? - JTOi - o Tc V?Z (Itcxall) lliurniary rug White's Store. Enjoy Ufe! Brisk exercises and a spirit of friendly goodfellovrship will clear up a lot of petty annoyances. You'll find that a session at the Lucky Strike Bowling Alley is JUST WHAT THE DOCTOR ORDERED. Thimble' (t rVl's. ((V (7J i F ' - - '---'y AN EMEMV 1 RiHE'S OP THE SKUNIKO UJEtOASTEP OUlTl Eggl I Starring (f$SS8& lg Sg P0PEYE Jlpw Mw, LUCKY STRIKE BOWLIKG ALLEY CMN'TOM I'HONE I 1S1 S. MAIS ST.

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