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Tagc rive C T. I N T O N I A N THE I) A 1 1- V Saliii'tlay, TJov. inlu r 2.", 1!H1. THE MAJOR RETURNS - - By Jack Sords EAGLES' EXPRESS - By Jack Sords Clinton Cagcrs To Open Season On Tuesday Night Hardwood Crew to Meet Newport Tigers In First Game of 1944-45 Season 7 I Death Endd Long Sports Law Life Of Judge Landis (Continued F-om Fags I ) make certain the Huh owners und players alike stayed In line. Landis' career fell into two stages, his years as a federal Judge and his baseball work, which began III 1920 when he was called in to deodorize the game of the stench left by the "Black Sox" scandal of 1919. He was born ut Mlllvillo, O., Nov. 20, 1866, the son of Dr. Abraham Landis, a surgeon who lost a leg while serving with the L'nion Army at the battle of Kenesaw .Mountain near Atlanta. The Judge was named after that battle. Young Kenesaw I.andls decided to study law after the fumily migrated to Logansporl, I nil . He was graduated from the Union College of Law in Chicago in 1891 and practiced until 1905, except for -two years in which he was secretary to Walter Q. Gresliam, United Slates Secretary of State. Landis married Winifred Reed of Ottawa, 111.. In 1895. They had three children, one of whom, Reed Gresam, was second ranking air ace in the first World War and Is now a colonel In the Army Air Force of this war. ft, AfcirfyiW' i?r', W . Clinton High School's hardwood crew will open the 1944-45 Beason next Tuesday night in a bout with the Newport Tigers at Newport. Home (fame Dec. H. Funs will not gel a chance lo see the Culs In operation on their home floor until Dec. 8 when the locals meet Sullivan. A game Is set with Garfield on Tuesday, Dec. 6 to be played at the Terre Haute school. Coach Bob Burton has been putting the boys through their paces for tiie past three weeks and will soon be joined by several of the football crew since Thanksgiving's Decided In Buckeye Gkme; Ohio State Favorite In Michigan Game, Decides Title, National Running; Illinois Meets Wildcats COLtTMIlCS, Ohio. Will Ohio State or Michigan war I lie 1!M I Miff Ton football crown? In tlitj most dramatic fluinh in modern Western Conference history, the two teams fought it out this afternoon to provide their own answer to the question. Kor Hixty minutes of splne-tine-ling action, they battled before 74,-000 spectators in the huge Ohio Stadium for a victory which carried with it the championship and the honor of being the nation's No. 1 college eleven. Both teams were in top condition. Ohio at Peak A win or tie waa enough to clinch laurels for Ohio which had come thus far without defeat In an eitfht-game card. Michigan however, had to win to achieve its title goal. Earlier in the season the Wolverines were beaten by Indiana 20-0 for the only stain on their record, Victory today would give them an edge on percentage since they have played seven conference games to six for Ohio. The Buckeyes had an added incentive to win other than the normal desire to whip their traditional rival: An invitation to participate in the Rose Howl game Is under consideration, and awaits formal action by the faculty committee of the con seRJtce WifUffitS a e.P. iaI fiiAAce. pdRiJ& iJte fies-r Wori-d WAR. ' runic vith Sulliv.-'n marked the end of the current gridiron season. Si l.etlernien l.clt Six letlernien from list years good gonad ure left for (he nucleus V ,-T 1' B 1 v ? I HAaJK ( cms V- K i ffiiiiv 4- 1 W-T W I, 4 vam Burn, &0M!-eAuiiiier BACH SlR BACK foK fAS UoJiSiaaIA ( cei.&ASfSD PRDM-lfte ABM-, B. I. PAVEY ABSTRACTS NOTAKY PUBMO NEWPORT, IND. lie. 734 Walnut 8t Cllntoni bid. Tel. 41 B J of the current leai.i with .Sum Curry, D.iriil Watson pinyins- guard; llungerford, center, Johnny Smith and Floyd Foster, forward und Be-vie Povlin. The schedule for the season is; Nov. 28 Newport, there. Dec. 5 Garfield, there. Dec. 8 Sullivan, here. Dec. 15 Otter Creek, here. Dec. 19 Dana, there. Dec. 22 Wiley, here. Jan. 2 Cayuga, ihere. Jan. 6 Brazil, here. Jan. 9 Attica, here. Jan. 12 Crawfordsville, Jiere Jan. 18, 19, 20 Wabash Valley preliminaries. Jan. 25, 20, 27 Wabash Valley finals. Jan. 30 Montezuma, here. Feb. 2 Gerstmeyer, there. Feb. fi Cnvinpton, there. Feb. 9 Garfield, here. Feb. 13 Itoekvlllo, here. Feb. Id State High, them. Feb. 23 Sectional. Indiana, Purdue To Balle For Old Oaken Bucket LAFAYETTE, Ind. The old leased from the hospital only Thursday. In the event Dimancheff and Cody cannot play Head Coach Cecil Isliell will start an all-freshman backfield. In the long series, Purdue has won 25 games, Indi.-noi 10, and live were ties. Willis or Harketl, if wub hejd Minnesota, Northwestern, i'urdue, Illinois, Wisconsin and Indiana to 4 7 points. Eisenhower Pledges Support of Troops to Sixth War Loan Drive YOU'LL I AGREE ference at a mooting in Chicago. Deny Withdrawal Humors Humors that Ohio might with oaKeu Ducket was the principle slake today as Purdue and Indiana squured away in the 47th renewal of their gridiron rivalry. (Continued trom page 1) that our IIOMIOMAllF. CHILI Is Good However, Purdue had a chance to win runnerup honors In the west Irish Meet; Kimiiiecl-s ATLANTA, Oa. The top football contest of the deep south today-was the Notre Daiue-fioorKia Tech lilt which attracted 30,0110 funs to the Tech stadium in Atlanta. Today's clash was the Hth since the schools started athletic relationships in 1922. The Irish have won 12 of the contests with Tech emerging the winner only twice. Gratitude For Liberation Of Belgium Written (Continued from page 1) ern conlerence. 1 lie Boilermakers could achieve this eminence by defeating the Hooslers while Michigan Tim Elsenhower iiikhhuku waa released as tli Treasury report that 536 million dollars worth or bonds were sold to Individuals durinf; the first four days of the campaign. The Treasuray also announced that H-2!) Superfortresses, identical with those which yesterday set Tokyo a-fire. will he shown in key cities Calcium Arithmetic It is suggested that homemakers should have some idea of calcium arithmetic. The National Research council recommends 1,000 to 1,400 Ol'R HOMKMADK 11 KB French Fries, Kandwlrlies, trounces Ohio Slate. There was some doubt whether Babe Dlmancheff, the leading scorer Wildcats, lllinl clash Evanslon. ill.. of the conference and one of the Northwestern next month, on behalf of tlie War draw from the Big Ten and accept the invitation if the faculty board refused permission were denied indignantly by h. V. St. John, athletic director at Ohio State. Coach Carroll Widdoos was confident his squad would maintain its clean slate. In this he agreed with the "Smart Money" which has installed Ohio as a 2 to 3 favorite or with a 7-6 edge on even-bet wagers. The Buckeyes have the best all-around back in the business in Les Horvath. They have some of the toughest linemen in the nation in Bill Willis, Jack Dugger, Gordon Appleby, Ituss Thomas and Bill Hackett. The line averages 198 lbs. and functions equally well on offense and defense. Michigan Nine ood To off apt this talent, Michigan depended on speed, knowledge of plays and a lino which some critics declared was even better than Ohio's. Coach Fritz Crisler's forward wall averages 192 and while it doesn't have individual stars comparable to for four years and has been in action overseas since January of this year. His wife and young son, Louis, Jr. make their home at 559 North Third street. scneouie J Coffee, Ice Cream, Soft Drinks l SPEED GRILL S DRIVE-IN S North Main Street nation's leading ground gainers, and Ed Cody, smashing fullback, would and Illinois, two teams hungry for Uond Drive. The exhibit vlci,.iv wound no their 11144 foot- includes these dates: milligrams ot calcium each day lor children and 800 for adults. A cup of milk half a pint provides 265 milligrams. An ounce of Cheddar cheese provides about 250, an average serving of turnip greens 280 and kale 180. Municipal Airport, Chit-afro, Dec. J 6-1 J; Municipal Airport, si. Louis, Dec. 16-17. be in the Boilermakers' backficld today. Both are suffering from knee injuries, and the "Babe" was re Get In tne Scrap! WW IWWWMMAWM ball campaigns today before a crowd of 40,000 fans at Dyche stadium in Evanston. The Wildcats of Northwestern sought their first conference vlciory of tin- season, while the mini attempted to end u throe game losing streak. Young vs Allcpcter Today's contest pitted "Buddy" Young, who has virtually cinched all-conference honors this year with his rocketing break-away tactics. rVW ' '. II ) III I rSfJUEEPEAV - I IIPP' 71 I v 'A'' ftVti - Sml iM - Thimble MJH) VhJM TimMI ' against Hank Altepeter, a Wildcat track Btar in his own right. Both Hank and Buddy run from compar able spots and employ many of the Or. G. R. McGUIRE CHIROPRACTOR X-Ray 235V4 Blackmail same antics. Northwestern entered the game with a record of six losses and one tie, that with Minnesota 14-14. Four first stringers played their last RUBBER STAMPS For Every Purpose 48-nour Service JJgg I , l fuli nl!,.v, , , o,w .,,... j jgT ' I I Vc 'f t.m s, Jbc ill I ll-Zf 1 . , . m i i i 1 1 . I 1 ' L ' " ' - f. m- TOPEVE, MH FRIBNP, El I C..: . . ... " - vcSj f WCWFSir VOU SHOULP NOT HAVE 12. 1 ?V) A' MarnOg V0? NEXT, PAW "yN-jaife )r-WGIl -- POME THAT- IT ODAS J S J- trfVvi J-'-'.. S J- ,,T rv-vo . ,f9 UKHt-mua. OUITE I?UL7P i y fdrfi - nAFirVF Ef-j MEXT FQg o SL3Jj- y QUITfc KUJZ7 . ? S7FM, game on t lie Wildcat gridiron, those being Red Clawson, Captain Ray Justak, Duane Sickels and Bob Fun-derburg. Illinois was in the thick of the conterenee battle until t lie past two weeks when Michigan and Ohio State took their toll of the Illlni. Young, who is credited with 11 touchdowns, was attempting to tie or break the record of 13 touchdowns made In 11124 by "Red" Grange, so was slated to carry the bail numerous times. Justak, Duane Sickels and Bob Fun- Illinois was in the thick of tlie conlerence battle until the past two weeks when Michigan and Ohio (State took their toll of the Illini. 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