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TDK DAILY CUNTONIAN WrJiiPKilay, Ni.vrniln r 8, 1!)!t, cam to Clinton where he soon became active In medical, fraternal form and expected to be ready for Clinton Physician, Politician Dies Tuesday Afternoon (Continued from page 1) rah; one daughter, Mrs. Margaret Zlnk Colter of New Castle, Ind.; one grandson and one sister, Mrs. And-rld Fleenor of (Irencastle. Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p. m- i" 'he Methodist Church. The body will he removed from the Frist Funeral Home to the church at 1 p. m. to lie In state until time of services. Rev. Clifford C. Jordan vill conduct the last rites with interment to be made In Koselawn Memorial Park, Horn in Halem, Ind. Dec. 9, 1886, the son of Itobert It. and l.eona Dell Nlchulson Kluk, Dr. ink was graduated from the Halem High School In 19116 and from Ihe University of Louisville (Kentucky) Kdiool of Me dicine In ID 13. Beginning his practise of medicine In eastern Kentucky, his career was Interupted when he enlisted In the United Btates Army Medical Corps July 17, 1917. He served with the' armed forces until April 15, 1919, leaving 1 tie army wnu ine runs 01 first lieutenant. At the close of me worm war, ne 1 ,1 duty this week. Coach Ho Mc.Mlllin said Halfback Hill Armstrong might get a chance to start against Minnesota Saturday. He also tried out two backs, Mike Modak and Itoy Meyer, as replacements for John Connady at guard. i:.lille fliay Ailing C'HA.MI'AKiN, III. Coach Ray ICIIot, who scouted the Mlchlgan-I'cnnsylvania game last week, was worried ubout ilie condition of BMdie Bray today as he sent his Hilnl through a long workout. ICIIot, happy over the return to drills of Claude "Muddy" Young, warned tho Illinois team that .Michigan will offer them their toughest test of the souad's Western Conference season, With both Michigan and Illinois playing Ohio Hiute, conference leader, later in ilip uniiKnii 111, ifiimp. at Ann Ar bor Saturday may hold the key to the eventual outcome of the circuit's wide open title chase. M'Keever JCxMrillienls SOUTH IIENU, Ind. Coach Ed McKeever spent part of election day trvltiK to elect seven Notre Dame linemen who will start against Army at .New York Saturday Purl, g a I lengthy scrim mage McKeever tried many line combinations but said he would defer final judgment until af-. , ter tomorrow's nraclice the Itamb lers' lust before ieavlng Thursday afternoon for New York. Bob Kelly and Klmer Angsniun ier Ailgsmuu were the principal ground gainers a-' and political circles. He began nl political career as coroner, serving two consecutive terms in that office, later serving a third term. He was elected Mayor of Clinton city In 1936 and reelected In 1989, serving until 1943 when lie was succeeded by the present may' or, Ciurence 14. Wright. Many civic Improvements In the past years are credited to Dr. Slink's terms as mayor. Chief among his accomplishments was the construction of the Clinton High Bchool Stadium, niiisiandliig In the state and Ihe Clinton High School gymnasium. The projects which tranlormed Clinton's river front sector from a community blemish to the Riverside K.ri ,ii,iHt in the establishing of uogan rain aim ihjuwbh h hi"" - )and ,,ar)( ,)t0 a lown center were Bogart Park and boosted the Sport- U( Cllrrie(i oul during his term ot 'office TOUA! Survivors include the widow, Sa- Can Sugar Production Approximtely 4,800,000 torn of cone sugar are processed in the U. 8. in year. Dr. G. R. McGUIRE CHIROPRACTOR X-Ray 235i Blackmail lb. pkg. 20c mong the regulars ball luggers, i ; ' n,.,n n,i while Nunio Marino furthered hialni5 "inference matches, U.a.il and chalices to will the left halfback post Sullivan. a.m i. -W4B k J.-.j" -w- Hon, Mklp and jump chopping from market to market want time, cost money, tin's you out, Knjoy the convenience, the comfort, the economy of buying AIX vour food needs in one place , . , ai one nine . . . s pi"" " . i-the complete food market where ONE STOP shopping means OO AH hAI) to '. ... . s 4 . 4 o i.l lit fiimU In the bituer tjavings. we ve everyiiiuiB you " j""- -i j - - widest variety available ... and our abundant supplies mean easier and quicker Purdue Gridder Leads Big 9 Conference Dimanclifff'b Scoring Heads Western League; Hoosiers Hope Ciolli, Raventtburg Play Saturday CHICAGO, III. The touchdown Bliree Uoris Dlmaiiehelr' enjoyed during Purdue's 3 5 lo 0 victory over Uiunnuln IiikI i.l llt'iln V nhnt iiim hui'k Into the Individual seoring lead of the Western Conference, atatistlcs showed today. Eight touchdowns in four gumee give fiimuncheff 4a points, six points more than Hob Wiese, tallied in four games with Michigan before leaving Ilia Wolverines. Johnny Vungwirlh of Northwestern holds the lead among forward passers, Witt) 24 completions in 4i attempts for a net gain of :t;i2 yards. Hoosier Injured (lei-over BIOOMINOTON, Ind. Indiana's first string foot hall players returned to practice today witli End Hob Kuv-enshurg and (iuurd Kraut ciolli, who were injured last Saturday, in uni ( im i : 1 1 it v m i :u mi im IOl lli;Mli unci M lltlil ItK fJVi'e Halite M'lllllllieiil Co. Mill I.I, V. I I I t I'll.ilie Ml , t(t-ri'i'iilativi' 4'9 , Seu-iitli, f Hiiltiii Beware Coughs v from common colds That Hang On Crtomulbion relieves promptly be cause it goes right to the fci-iit of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, end Hid nature to soothe and heal raw. tender inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the undemanding you must like the way It quickly alloys the cough or you Brc fcU iiHYC JUUl iiium j Win, ,j GREOMULSION For Coujjhs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis aVT- cheese t'i digestible as milk ifselfl SPREADS! SLICES! TOASTSl MELTS PERFECTLY! ' t pwinwis" tfir' w V foodiha (k. 1 IkN i' 1 A fY fcr " "A LITTLE m.niKi 1 xiuiic yJ shopping for you. STOP FOOD BILL IN SAVINGSatthe CU-U1 RIT7 CRACKERS 1 SW m mm m v riSESsr CRACKERS 17c DRFIwtllltwt CRACKERS 1 lb. pkg. 17c erator bombed three small enemy transports northeaBt of Onnekotan. Another single Wberator Domnea Otlomuii while Army Mitchells t,,..i,ul mi1 titrnfed Tnroahima. west of I'uramushiru. All planes returned. In the Donins, rieventn Army Air t?nr,.i3 i.i)H.i-Hio!'K bombed three Jap cargo vessels and one tanker Sunday off Huhtt Jima in the nonius, iiesuns were unobserved. BOWLING RESULTS Hihi:iiAitr i,u.v;i : S. MATEHIAI, Handera, 148, 12. 144 418: Hatfield 160, Kin, 114432; IMttenger, 138, 143, 103 384; Hild, 130, 150, 1 r, J) 439; Kimble, 165, 12S, 1114 448; handicap, 206, 205, 206 015. Totals, 920, 027, 8832736. MOlltJAN (JHOCEIiY S w I e k, 166, 152, 189 606; Newsome, 118, 155, 151 424; Morgan, 105, 1 36, 158398; (iurrigus, 130, 130, 121 381; Rob. 127, 1 43, 146416; handicap, 203, 2u3, 203609. Totals. 848, 918, 9682734, l.'iilSTS Clovd. 159, 159, 142 400: I.emstra, 169, 159, 190618; Turoci, 139, 116, loo 355; Foster 130, 1 44, 160 424; Lammy, 168 231, 162561; handicap, 128, 128 '128384. Totals, 893, 937, 872 - 7i)V KTUVHNMON Welker, 189, 134, 168491; lingers, 149, 139, 142 4311' li'micannon. 150, 139, 186 474- (lllinour. 122. 94, 1 13329 Hmiiler. 138. 162. 144 444; han dicap, 233, 233, 233699. Totals 981, 901, 985 2867. fiftAPKTTR Crowley, 165, 153 1 Mil 4!IK: (Jilillll. 99. 1 37, 133 :;9: HussillK. 153, 138, 1 28 419; l.vdav. 179. 191. 192562; Cololll bo, 102, 1 27, 156 386; handicap, 230. 230, 230 690. Totals, 928, 976, 1014- 2923. Mlilll'l. Ct.lOANIOItS Kvltt, 14T 135, 1 10390; Hrldgeman, 157, 148 149 454; Purcell, 75, 100, 83 oss- t'smivlln. 127. 124. 127 378 rmi'nv 163. 14(1. 156465; handi cap 239. 239, 239717. Totuls, 006 892, 8642662. P10PSI COI.A Hays, 163, 198, 169530; Cheek, 133, 159, 140 i9- Malonev. 181. 176, 150606 Hageiuann, 153, 166, 1 19488; filll- dottl. 179, 156. 181615; handicap urn mo lfin 4X0. Totals. 969 1 II '4 I 969 2961. HKXAIX Hoyd, 155, 191, mi i7 Haves. 159. 1 32. 197488; White 161. 141. 119421; Haiti, i 199 164 434: Kirkinan, 138 tar.. 171 494; handicap, 182. 182, 189 546. Totuls. 936, 960, 984 i 28KO. Servicemen's Ballot For Pres. Roosevelt Shows 2 to I Trend fContlnuea nora paw tl had a sufficient understanding of Europe's problems. Approve KeoulU Nine out of 10 CPs button holed In Purls streets this morning voiced approval of the results which most of them considered a loregope conclusion. LONDON, Kiihlun''.. Wold that Gov. Thomas li. IVv.e'- ' :;d conceded reelection of l'r ot Koosevelt lo a fourth term I' -' White House came as an hi !i-C ia ioduy to Ani- erica's tils ' r' '.ACS who gathered at panic Ked Cro6s clubs and . . nlf alitl inn oiner si' i - return 'On- wughout tho night at various ..s, including the Hainbow Lluo wimiIIIIv. numerous balloting sea cimu ftf.ru lield amoiiK soldiers and the voting showed an overwhelming nreuonderance of Roosevelt sun- Newspapers said editorially mat they were thankful the campaign aruu nvnr Wff fire clad it is out of the way," said the Daily Mail. LADY NEARLY CHOKED WHILE LYING IN BED- DUE TO STOMACH GAS l,lv kaiil a feu dmn lto Hint the usiil l ll liriniil lo go o ! j it niuht. She ollell Mltll slolli ... i. uliii li aluutn K"l re Hlli-ll lie eul lo I'eil, ul Ilie K vi .ml. I ii' ui III Her inr.Mii ner Nll ly loll "l wolllil llell 1-lloKe lier. She Inllllln'l lie ttnl. H , imi ItwM-ir ui on illhiit. Ile- u. ii.im i.n irnt Hill-lll l.l' hikI iu.it eu i uoiie, tioiiitu li fwlii fine, l,iel me ri'Kuhir mi'l ! 'i i( lo iM'll ami leel Millll.lt. l.-ltll.lll.'l l i-iuilaillii 12 (real llerhKl ll'- rleanw honela, Hear Ka from alimiai h, t on kliiKKh jer and kldw-ii.. JliM-iaine e)ie on leel ilifterent nil over. So dmi't .int. line: I.. I Mill-Ill I I White'i, (liiialll I'liaioiiiey llruii Slure. Homecoming Is Set Friday Night At CHSBrazil Meet Clinton High School's annual iinniBcnniln? will be observed at the Clinton-Brazil game Friday night In the local stadium with a large crowu of both Wildcat and Ited Devil followers expected to cram the football field. With the kick-off set nf 7: SO p. in i ho Wildcats are drilling hard for this game, one of the crucial ones mi the schedule since It Involves villi., uiamlinas. Clinton Is current ly in second place with the Maroons of Mobinson, III. in the top mot, The Wildcats will be striving to imon ih.-tr unblemished record In tact, they have won six games and ended another In a 0-0 tie In their seven games to date. nniv nne minosing team has cross ed the Wildcat goal during the sea son when Wiley scored one goal in the 13-6 decision here recently. The Cats' stock went up considerably when they soundly trounced the Washington of Indianapolis i on tinentuls in a game which the ma .. 1....1 .,..f.Hin,..a " "VouW emirg. v.c- h , u W' e"'u""e llitu Reason. Friday's game will he of Inlcresl ihiniiehonl the entire Wabash Val ley conference for the Cuts have a ' ----- i... i n J0"a - -- " " " " " Dewey CuIImFoi Unity aw ConcedeH Election to FDR (Continued from page J) 'I am confident that all Ameri cans will join me in a devout hope that In the dilficull years ahead divine providence will guide and protect Ihe President of Ihe I'nited States." Ha prefaced his statement with the remark that he understood President Koosevelt had not yet heard from him. A few minutes after the broadcast the President in Hyde Park sent Governor Dewey the fol lowing telegram; Klllt Kendjt Telegram ilHostfveli Hotel, New Vdi'K ciiy thank you for your statement which I have heard over the air a few minutes ago. "Signed 'Fiankliu D. Roosevelt.'" c.ovemof uewey s concession i-mni- ... hours of waiting, during which , 0npared that the Republican can didate would not admit defeat for himself and his party. Crowds Throng Hotel More than 160 reporters, photographers, newsreel cameramen slid radio commentators thronged the press headquarters on the mezzanine floor for hours, awaiting his appearance. Crowds gathered around u press ticker which brought In the election results. The bulletins were misled as soon as ihey came in. Mingling with the working press uroi'o ucm-pK of campaign workers. many of them women in luxurious minks, sables and silver foxes who Ur.m tuRistintr even as late as 2 a. m. iiuii th reiiirns were inconclusive and that later returns would show Dewey the winner. Curiosity-seekers and well-wishers ,.,!', ,illu,l .rnunri Hie hotel seekillK a Klinipse of (ioternor Dewey were . . . , . disappointed tor tne canaiuaie oiu not appear until he made bis radio address. Second HliKlerin" Kaid IJInsls Jap Manila Bay Are". (OonXnoed lr)i . 1) wero shot on' " the air and 327 demolished o- - i-round at lun airfields blu'M a I irduy and Sunday by BWiti'urt of :in;iil's and dive boujji'J-. Many other grounded enemy aim-aft wcro damaged by slruf-iiiK fire. i'ive Manila area airdromes in ad-diiioii lo ilia five auacked Saturday vui" Blioweivd with bombs on Sun-I'Hj, while torpedo bombers and ! gltterB viciously sluuhed at sliiping ill the harbir. .unoay airiieui t;ir-w i e N'icliolri, Neildou, Tab Iar, lunih.' n ui.U Mahal uldl. Mn;iU in Keiiiloi'teiiU'lltH A hu i t'riisiii'iy iai'Me number of ei.fiiiy (da lies was dicoveivd on the live uirlields, indieafiiiK tiiyt tiie I aps ha ve been able to brin a i r: jlulieii from oiht-r 'u.ses. The nuilibef )t siiii8 in (he viciitiiy l'.u indicated tlit-y lme tineaki 1 in one or ntort convoys. Heavy daiiiuffe t, as wrought on airfieldii and uoiouk ot!n-r around iuHtullutions und i the rain of American bombs, machine t'un and rocket tir. W idcspii jid Air .Action Karlier the ame day, a lone Lih- I . I MITD VI ' PEAS VFXVET-CREMI PEANUT BUTTER - - - 27c 32c Regal JUNE Little Sport 20 oz. can 1 1 C 1 lb jar vacated by (leorge 'jeriap, irausier-red V-12 trainee, by his flue pass receiving. Tuts f,ose l-'umicriiiiro; UVANSTON. Hi. Hob Fuuder-burg. first string fullback of North- western's Wildcats, probably will he lost this week ill the Purdue game. I Crutch I. vtin Waldorf announced tu-i day as he sent his squad through a ' light workout, f'underburg injured a muscle in his groin Just week as the 'Cats and Minnesota played a 14 to 14 tie. Hank Altepeter, halfback, also Injured in the Minnesota game, j didn't work out today, but Is expect-' ed to be In shape by Saturday. J Wiihloes Cautious COIiI'MUIO, Ohio. Coach Carroll Widdoes told his unbeaten Ohio State Huckeyes today "We aren't taking anything for granted" In Kat- uday's game with Pittsburg, unit ouilined u wt;ek of jiracUee with fin (j)iasitf on defense. "Every time our scouts hove Been Pitt tliia vear tliev've been dofuK something different' Widdoea said, wiitciiuiis uimr.u-i,., t b..,, so we can't tell what they're apt lo shoot us." Throw Twir Scrap Into th Flbt( MONUMENTS 0 A Complete Mne 0 For Service llrop D A t'uril E. V. Walsb Monument Co. SI 14 Wabash Ave. Teire Haute, Indiana " : - - - .-. w I CKL'NCHV PEAIIUT BUTTER SPINACH 1 lb iar lioth Distributed By KRAFT CHEESE CO. In Tomato Sauce Two iV Oz. Jars BEANS VAN CAMP'S VEGETARIAN MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE lb. 28c 1" oz. can 1 4c 25c I 111 ulas l"V lb. Baa t7c 5 pts. per lb. 29C SWIFT'S A Tip To The Teen-Age I Crowd--- HAVE YOUR 1 SWEATERS CLEANED f REGULARLY j mstead's 1 BITTe 220 Elm St. ? KKAFT CHEESE SPKEADS Pimn. Olive Pimento Kelish dai nnr ennn 1 CHUCK ROAST ee-A- beef GRADE A VEAL SHOULDER ROAST lb. 28c PORK ROAST Cooked Salami Half Or Whol' ib. 29c 5 ff - FOOTBALL 5 I ,k&s-1(S1 Loin End 4 pts. 31c SVSlM) SAUSAGE ( Wm VEAL STEAK lb. 28c 28c 28c Grade "A" Ib. ' None Better" Ib. FRESH CROUND BEEF i lr lrlMIIIIXIIn.,nn 9f mkV rv Tl 1 wl I C. H. S. WILDCATS BRAZIL 'Always A Battle At CLINTON HIGH SCHOOL STADIUM T7 V)U YHM MOW ID 6UT V0UB6 64CK-AND VanDNEARLV N LOlA VS ' I HEARD THAT THE RAT WHO fiiMf M "V ' AGED -MAKING 6XCOSES YOU'RE BOTH CELE6RATED' THR6W THAT PlMCAPPLt WAS MEARL M CAuLlNG A ? . (YZ4 "oa Thabrvs absence - J UamOUS!! DtSHNGUiSHEDW , Blowm to bs wkem haRKV TAKE, '; (J1 V RAT li? Vj1 jcl-LiNG PEOPLE "p-r-j --&MHCT vcrv BATTED IT BACK AT HIM f f ARE , '' T' ' FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1 0,-7:30 p. m. HAIR . BREADTH HARRY i GENEKAL ADMISSION' 50c Plus Tax i $ tivi.e Men In I niloiin Admliled Free On famu'iit nl l ederul Tan f erHrnilLED HOME GAMES WV.M- BRAZIL Nov. 10

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