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Clinton, Indiana
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Fridayk December 22, 944. THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Cn-ek and Dana while losing to Gar flrst Christmas at home in four years, after notable service In the B23; handicap, 122, 122, 122 366. Totals, i)39, 936, 89!) 2774. Four Lightest Elements Listed Hydrogen, helium, lithium and beryllium are the four lightest elements known. with ser- navy, will share the day Eight -Team College Tourney Opens At Terre Haute Gym the Long Beach Na- vice friends in INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. The I f seasons COCA-COLA McCown, 123, 103, 156 382; Holllngsworth, 166, 171, 160 487: Topolosek, 176, 148, 163 486; Fenogllo, 163, 186, 167 615; Ghidpttl. 162, 177, 202 631; handicap, ISO, 180, 180 640. Totals, 949. 964. 1028 2941. HOKNEY BATTKKY SHOP Lane, 140, 191, 180 611; Waugh, 168, 121, 146 425; Foster, 128, 166, 121 406; Cooper, 177, 172, 146 495; Karanovlch, 200, 140, 154 494; handicap, 134, 134, 134 402. Totals, 937, 914, 8812732. Hoosier collegiate basketball card today Includes the Bixth annual showing of the Purdue-Great Lakes net rivalry at Lafayette and an eight-team college tourney at Terre Haute. Tonight Butler University will seek a fourtli victory in a clash with Camp Atterbury. The Bluejackets, favorites In the Lafayette clash, were to be the only Naval representatives on the floor field. Heclic (ianic Last. Year Last year's Clinton Wiley game ended will. Clinton edging out a 27-2tJ win over t lie Streaks. Many of the playerfl In last year's fracaB will he present tonight with Hungerford, Watson, Smith and Foster chief among t ho wtennis for Clinton. Clinton's players make up their Hinnllness with I'aM, mnarl playing which has shown a definite improvement in each succeeding game. W iley Ik hanging a hunch of tall cuKei's up tonight and the Cats will have their hands full in handling the Terre Haute crew. Sturtera for Wiley will he Fau-bion, Shew, O'Leary, Lee and Phillips while Clinton starts will probably be James and Foster, Hunger-ford, Watson and Smith. Officials are Hob Smith and Clayton Patterson. Clinton vs. Wiley. Time: 7:.U mid p. m. Clinton High School Clyni. Starling Lineups: CIJXTOX WILKY Yank Lines In North Hold Off Nazi Offensive (Continued from page 1) dispatch continued, the Nails made no appreciable gains. Kifty-one German tanks were reported destroyed yesterday and a bitter tank duel still is in progress. The Conlff dispatch was received shortly after supreme headquarters extended the news blackout to cover virtually the entire western front as the titanic battle of the Ardennes Forest raged unabated and unconfirmed reports said that American and German armored forces were battling in the outskirts of the Belgian communications center of Liege and the city of Luxembourg. Regroup I". S. Forces A wholesale regrouping of American forces on the western froVit which holds out the promise of turning Germany's vast winter offensive val Hospital. William Powell and Diana Lewis will hold open house at their Palm Springs home for convalescent service men from the nearby Torney General Hospital. The Basil Rathbones, who each year entertain young fliers in honor of their son, Rodlon, who Is In the RAF, will continue the custom this Yuletlde. Ginny WinniM lnli-ltalliK Glnny Slmms, noted for her efforts in behalf of servicemen, will have as guests at her Valley Ranch members of an anti-aircraft unit located nearby. Anita Louise will spend Christmas reunited with her husband, MaJ. E. Maurlco Adler, who has Just returned from the fighting on Leyte. They will entertain friends and also have accepted several party invitations. Fred MacMurray and his wife, Lilly, will have a traditional Christmas at home. They have set up a tree for their two young sons and the big moment will come when the gifts are opened. since me Boilermakers sum , .,- TAVERN Taparo, 203, mg wi.noui men- lg9 B68: Roth, 166, 137 to a temporary . , ' Gambian,, m. 156 Basket Rivals Mix on Clinton Floor Tonight Wiley Five Up for Fast Match with Clinton Crew; Wildcats Have Edge On Record, Home Floor Aid Spirit, whether of the Christmas variety or not, will permeate the Clinton High School gymnasium tonight when Clinton's wildcats meet the Wiley Red .Streaks in what is looked forward to as the most fasl and furious game to dale on the Cats' schedule. The varsity game will start at 9 p. m., the late starting time allowed in order that us many merchants and shoppers as possible may come to the game. The Clinton Kittens and the Wiley B team will tee off in the curtain-ruser at 7:30 p. in. Wiley W ins Two Wiley has two wins and one defeat under the belt with victories over the first two opponents of the season, Washington of Indianapolis and Attica while losing Tuesday night to the llloomington Panthers. Tonight's tilt will make the sixtli game for the Cats, four of the five being wins for the locals. Clinton has defeated Newport, Sullivan, Otter Inlawing in me jene nit una- --- .... , 149 ,,t 1(!q ,i . ,,i hv the 136 474; Iacoll, 162, 178, IdJ ,UlHtt" luu,,,.,.. j J-n. T M 1AO 1 QJ 1 K 9 . K 1 K " Junior Chamber of Commerce or in-.""". Dc" ,;'" "";,"' dlana State's home town, are: handicap, 115, 115, 115 345. To- 3 P. M., Central Normal vs. More-: tals. 988, 946, 872 2805., head, Ky., teachers. PUBLIC SERVICE CO. Colom- 4-15 P M., Loras, la., vs. Murray, bo, 141, 181, 166 488; Jones, Ky.. teachers. 130, 145, 145 420; Baysinger, '7:30 P. M., Concordia, St. Louis, 141, 147, 145 433; Mooney, 182, vs. Indiana State. ' 169, 216 - 567; Straw, 154, 170, 8:45 P. M., Miami, O. vs. Eastern 145 469; handicap. 128, 128, 128 Illinois Teachers. T 384. Totals, 876, 940, 945 For A Merry Christmas And A Happy New Year SILVER FRONT .lames F Kaiibioii Foster F Shew llungeifoiil C O'Leary Watson (i Leo Smith Ci Phillips Semi-finals will be tomorrow 2761. afternoon with the finals at 8:30 p. m. Saturday. Thron Tnur Bcrap Into th Fight! into a debacle was indicated today when Gen. Eisenhwoer cautious, realistic but still supremely confident extended his news blackout to cover all six Allied armies confronting the Reich. With the Nazi thrust now in Its sixth day and Btill moving forward In some areas with a desperately Ceiling Price On Live Cattle Draws Congress Protests t Continued from page X) State Prep Champs Add Sixth Victim to List INDIANAPOLIS. Ind. Bosso of Kvansville, defending' State High. School Net Champ, added Princeton as its fifth victim last night by a score of 60 to 28. The undefeated Bulldogs were the Due to the labor shortage and the fact that g Coach Charged With Theft HUNTINGTON, Ind. Von H. Clevenger. of Warren, basketball coach at Hock Creek Township High School, was under arrest today on a charge of grand larceny in connection with the theft of $40 Irom the clothing of William Nelson, one of his players, during practice in the school gum nasi urn Dec. 4. Sheriff Nelson Stern f-:aid that Clevenger admitted taking the money. price administra- try senators and 17 Employes have been called into the 0 Armed Forces WE WILL CLOSE AT 1 Dr. G. R. McGUIRE CHIROPRACTOR X-ay 2351 Blackmail heavy coBt to American lives and military power, the supreme commander was able to .issue an order of the day to the hard-pressed Allies giving them his personal assurance that the offensive will be stopped. The enemy, den. Eisenhower said, is making a supreme effort to break tlon officials. But the agriculture department, long opposed to creation of "on the hoof" ceilings on cattle, apparently has resigned Itself to the ceilings with the stipulation that a subsidy be paid to producers to induce ship Classified Ads Set Most Anything '4 6 p. m WEEK DAYS and 7 p. m. ON SATURDAY o ment of cattle to market "National Affair" . PS m ont of the desperate plight Into which Allied troops forced them by If: their brilliant victories of the sum- mer and autumn. j oj fienuiMis Worst. Defeat J2 Their brilliantly - conceived but highest ranking team in action last night but other prep tilts between more evenly matched opponents provided interesting entertainment. Franklin obtained revenge for a previous one-basket, defeat by Shel-byvtlle by downing the Golden Bears last night, 34 to 29. Gerst-meyer and State High, two Terre Haute teams, battled to a 30-29 decision in favor of Gerstmeyer; Central Catholic of Fort Wayne won 35 lo from Huntertown and French Lick defeated Decker, 32-29. Ka , Santa Clans Only US Resident Sure of Holiday Transportation OPA Chief Chester Bowles, add FISH FRIDAY NIGHT W. P. Gilfoy's Texaco Service Station ressing a delegation of east coast retail meat dealers, labor representatives, and slaughterers, labeled the meat situation "a national affair" not confined to New York City, New JerBey and Pennsylvania areas alone. Bowles told the delegation not to expect boosts in retail meat prices because that would start spinning the Inflation spiral. He said the problem was complicated but that OPA has made "a bunch of proposals" to Vinson as a solution. AT COZY COR I IContinued from page 1 1 405 N. Seventh St. none the less experimental thrust, Gen. Eisenhower said, may give the Allies a chance to turn this "great gamble" into the "worst defeat" ever inflicted upon Germany in its thousand years of war history. One American field commander was able to report that the German onslaught definitely has been "blunted and slowed down," and while correspondents in the midst of the swirling melee of battle reported un-stemmed Nazi advances in certain sectors, It appeared at least that the initial breath-taking impetus of the offensive had run its course. 4 Hours Behind Gen. Eisenhower's headquarters still ran 48 hours Behind actual news developments and the Germans were no more prompt in their "coverage" of the situation. The order from headquarters clamping down on dispatches from the American Third, Ninth and Seventh Army sectors as well as those from British and Cana O ' Bab Buffo and Louie Tasso, Props. O Plane reservations and waiting lists are also closed but room is made now and then for unusual cases. A soldier turned up today at an airline office with a note from an army general hospital doctor certifying that he was unable to ride on trains because the vibration was most painful to an Injured leg. The Eoldier wore many overseas mwmm i l&ta ' Si mm m aug SI 7 per Hundred Meanwhile, an OPA spokesman said the price ceiling on live cattle would be forthcoming y the end of this week. It Is generally conceded the ceiling will be placed at $17 a hundred pounds. Chicago basis with consumers to be paid a subsidy of 50 cents a hundred. In the growing butcher shop shutdown threat, meantime, it was disclosed that many New Jersey butchers have planned a "strike for better profit margins on' Jan. 10. Baltimore, Md., butchers were understood to be siding with New 1 HELLO FOLKS i riDPons anu wu Lijiufi ucflij...,.,, ft 0 I to get home to the middle west be-Siiforn Christmas. It took about two fc-' hours rnd heavy telephoning to get him a reservation but it was finally to done, dian battlefronts and that of the hard-hit First Army itself clearly indicated a regrouping of forces. 9 I I'd Like For You I To Know That HOOSIER PETE Has Invited Me To Be At His Filling Station At Fourth and Vine Sts. On SATURDAY War Guides Holiday AVERA'S BEAUTY SHOP MRS. AVERA AVENATTI York retail dealers In closing shop beginning Christmas day. . Cattle l'Veders ItetU-r At the same time. Sen. Butler (It) j Neb., declared feeders are so bitter about the decline In prices on "fin-' ished" cattle that one wrote him that he thought it vnild take little effort to touch off a strike by farm-j ers and feeders. Grazing-state sen"' v. disclosed! they have bora ling messages from alarmed r '. men, and have The average person caught In the crush at the terminals hopes to while away train time In looking down and finding out who laBsoed the sitting-down room. Two WiwkH Block Out Servicemen In Washington's Union Station turned away from reservation windows saying that they had tried unsucessfully for two weeks to get reservations. Government girls Had the same story to tell. Railroad officials explained that the reservations went on sale exactly mnnlli a irn nnH lnsted about as Observances in Homes Of Hollywood Stars fr $ t A & HOLLYWOOD, Cal. yar cuts a criss-croBs through the pattern as DECEMBER 23 10 a.m. to 10 p. m. been takinr u: j Issue individual ly with t' j f. I A. Hollywood lays plans for Its fourth wartime Christmas, For some it will be the traditional holiday, a day of reunion and the reaffirmation of family ties a- KB Sk 1 long as a pack of cigarettes on a : . store counter. Oik ' - ' Century Members Club Christmas Party round the Christmas tree and at the dinner table. But for others war's somber re m ft JE n ft $ ft HI alities will provide a background for To See All Of His Customers. He Told Me To Invite New Customers. If You Are A New Customer Tell Me When You Drive In. He Has PURE PENNSYLVANIA OIL A Change for $1.25; Other Recommended Oils, and Oil Changes, As Low As 50c; ETHYL, REGULAR AND STOVE GAS; KEROSENE, 10c Gal. You Can Sleep Better If You Have A Sufficient Supply Of His Anti-Freeze In Your Car. Goodby Til' I See You At 'there is a iaueu smer lining iu the cloud in the case, however. No matter bow hard It is to get bom" for Christmas it will be 500 tip-harder to get back since alums' cryone leaving must come b-'' i the night of December twe- Mil. Hey Santa! How about ...; rid I HOLIDAY DANCES Xmas Eve. and New Year's Eve. ARAGON BALLROOM Clinton, Indiana LEO BAXTER'S ORCHESTRA Dancing Xmas Eve., 9 p. m. to 12 :30 a. m. Admission 60c per person (tax included). Table Reservations, 25c per person ing lea I ft! 0. iy members of the One-Half tury Club attended the annual nistmas party held at the club Some last night. An exchange of small gifts, niUEic and other entertainment occupied the evening. 1 John Broblch, of South Fourth Street and Sam Pierce, of Geneva received the two turkeys given away by the club, while a $25 war bond, went to William McLaughlin, of Clinton. Twenty-six members who assisted in preparing the grounds at the club's lake and building the clubhouse there were presented with gifts by T. L. McDonald, sage. I Mr. McDonald was also presented with a testimonial signed by most of the members of the order in rucognl-i BOWLING TZSULTS 5 HOOSIER PETE'S GAS STATION m n dk( i:.mi;ku SATl ItDAV, INK 4TII AM) V ' I.KAGl'K KOO.M Hays. 536: Guerrl, 114, Asbury, 16S. 201. cor'-' VERMILUON 157, 16S. 211 1 30. 143 3S7; 1 m : m 134 the Yuletide's merry hue. With loved ones in the conflict, Christmas will hold for them a future promise rather than the realization of an actuality. f iiner Itofrci at Home One of those In this group Is Ginger Rogers. She will spend Christmas quietly at home, but there will be a notable absence. Her husband, Sgt. Jack Briggs, Ib with the marines in the South Pacific. In the group also are Marsha Hunt and Gene Tierney. Miss Hunt's husband is in the South Pacific, recovering from battle wounds, while Miss Tierney's husband, Lt. Oleg Casslnl, is at Fort Klley. Texas, and will not be home for the holiday. Miss Tierney will have Christmas dinner with friends, while Miss Hunt, striving in her way to contribute as much to the war as her husband has, will spend Christmas Kve. day and night entertaining service men at the Hollywood Canteen and the Birmingham Hospital. Ilack fnim .Naval Duty Robert Montgomery, observing his 503; Kirkman, 12C, 158, - 472; Tasso, 114, 151, 187 handicap, 158. 158, 158474. tion of his long years of service. :als. 8S7, 961, 1021 2824. A LL ivcmimwEwmv BASKET ft ft ft ft ft MATTIODA GROCERY Hild. 165, 156, 161 482; Lyday, 148, 166. 230 550: Mattioda, 160, 162. IS4 -- 4SS; Murdock, 152. 155. 2U6 513: llrazukas. 226. 168. 1 82 576; handicap. 11!). 119, 119 357. Totals, 970, 926, 1058 2963. FRIDAY, DE Dancing New Year's Eve, 9 to ( ?) Admission $1.20 Per Person. Table Reservations, 25c per person einwnmiwiHWiK For Reservations, Call Clinton 403-R. WILEf I CHS vs. Two Damage Suits Filed In Dixie Flyer Crash In an aftermath of the Dixie Flyer crash between Terre Haute and Clinton last September, two suits asking $200,000 damages each were filed aral-st the Chicago and Eastern "'linoia Railroad In Federal court in C'Mcago. Charging "irreparable" spine and back Injuries in the crash which killed 26 persons and injured 13 others, the suits were filed by two soldiers, Pfc. Maywood Carpenter. Summerfield. Ohio and Pfc. Earl Carruthers, Gordon, Wis. The soldiers charged the train was "carelessly and improperly run ". ft Hinni.iw i MMi..n..i. DIANA SWEKT SHOP W 'r. 178, 154, 243 575; Fr. Shea, 138, 162. 170 470; JlansMp, 145, 148, 1 75 468; Dul.erm ck. 138, 132. llll 371: Ave, 169, 189, 170 528; handicap, 145, 145, 145 435. Totals. 913, 930. 1004 2847. (iRKGOR Y CAFE Lammey, 161. 14S, 136 443; McDonald, 147. 145, 149 441 : Hredeweg, 150, 159, 160 469: Maloney, 191. 187, 152 530; Wilson, 168. 175, ISO fr JOVFUL $ WHHES CLINTON HIGH SCHGGL GYMNASIUM fr Happy Christmas and a Victorious New Year Clinton Tobacco Cc Cawdy Co. fr - irsi Get In the Scrap! GAMES AT 7 AND 8 P. M. General Admission 35c ' JA WHAT M THWDEft'S " 1 7" A ELY WSTIOM AND .Jpllg fUiPO(kiEO TO THE SKIPPEK , V& 7 A READY AN6WEiR! THIS 1 I i WTA.BOVS! WITH WIS f , ZNf ? c , ' , B? VACKT AND A MllLiOM IN VJt-yg?- ', ,.,..' ",3aWl RANSOM DOUGH TO TOY KlTH Ljj jjfTv ; , 'l YOU CANT BLAME l J I .r-,C' '"' ' NEXT BREADTH AE CAME OfcAZiL 1 FRIDAY, HARRY CHS vs. rttcu'tynais abe oyvvs like CLOOgyjceK1 S Tvf 5A PtiN HOU THE Bt'jSOW RATS EVIL

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