The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 6, 1945 · Page 5
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 5

Clinton, Indiana
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Saturday, January 6, 1945
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Page Fv THE DAiU-T CLINT ONI AN Saturday i January 6, 1913.. R. B. L CHAMP E ijjhl Western By Jack Sorcls By Jack Sords no. i riGiniiK Conference Cage Sweeping War Measures Held In FR Message (Continued nom put I) JACK, op- 194-t Teams See Action CHICAGO Eight or the nine contending teams in the race for the western conference basketball title will see action tonight, six of them for'the first time. The race got underway last week when Ohio Htale beat Michigan 44 to 41 In an overtime game, the Ohio Slate Buckeyes are the defending champions. Michigan saw action uguln ' last night, winning a one point victory over the Indiana Hoosleis, f4 to .13, at Ann .Arl"""- nd tonight engages in Its third big ten game by meeting V..' .J t .'8 Illinois at Champaign. In tho other games tonight. Northwestern weets Wisconsin at Madison M rsz&M j ft ill v Wis., Ohio Stale challenges Turdue Wildcats Slap 4842 Defeat On Brazil Cats Pass Early Brazil Lead to H ind l'p Game In Victory; Foster Scores 22 Points for Local Crew Clinton's 1i1k1i-sU)iIiik Vtllilenis Inst nlKht i-PKlptrri'd n mrnni: liid for Vnlley attention when lin y m-ii-awd a loudly-toiiti'd Brazil Iti'd Dc-vll rut-In a fast 48-42 match In tlic Clinton gymnasium. Working their way past a five-point Brazil load at the first quarter, the Cats tied the visitors at the hair, held a one-point lead at the three-quarter mark and wound up the game with the six-point victory. Brazil's five orfered plenty of competition to the locals with Swearln-gen and Johnson keeping the Cats going. Johnson, flashy center, was all over the floor as he piled in , from all angles with Sweaiint'en and Clark. Foster Score 22 VoilltN Foster was high point man for Clinton us he sent 22 points tlirntieli the hoops. Ten baskets and two field goals were scored by the slim forward as he paced the entire ram Watson and Huncerford scored liirh for Clinton with Watson and Smith turning in good defensive sam- s. Don Reinerio, playing his l:-"t game before entering service, p.i'.v plenty of action against Brazil, turning In a good performanco at the guard post. Ilrazil Takes lal Brazil leaped Into the lend as the game opened, starting out a faf.:- In Lafayette, Ind., and Minnesota tackles Ioa, in Iowa City. Indiana Is Hie. r Illinois. Northwestern, Wisconsin. Purdue. Iowa and Minnesota are the A. quintets playing their first conference Kanies. Ohio State or.d Iowa were favored over the ether ';even teams to Will the championship. The e-:;:erienced VeRffcel 1 "In all of the far-flung operations of our own armed forces on land and sea and in the air the final job. the toughest job, has been performed by the average, easy-going, hard-fighting young American who carries the weight of battle on his own shoulders. It is to him that we and all future generations must pay grateful tribute." DisriiHM Country's Future The administration's peacetime policy, he reasserted, is to provide sixty million jobs - productive jobs, not at substandard wages. Private enterprise must provide these jobs, he added, hut the government will help Industry, labor and agriculture to reach this goal. This full-employment program, he said, requires extensive development of natural resources, construction of airports and new highways, decent homes for all citizens, repair of farm plants and expanded social security: He called too for a downward revision of taxes after the defeat of both Germany and Japan, with tax cuts "designed to encourage capital to invest In new enterprises and to provide jobs. At the same time the chief executive gave a lengthy revlewr of America's foreign policy as It applies to Its war allies and to the, future of the world's smaller nations. The president declared that both this country and Its allies have deo lared their purpose "to respect rth right of all peoples to choose the form of government under whicp they will live and to see sovereign rights and self-government restored to those who have been forcibly deprived of them." 7 .m Buckeyes demonstrated their iaws RATTED tJ Foe -tAc- strength In beating the Wolverines last week. Iowa has won six non-conference warmup games and is bolstered by the presence of Dick Ives, the big ten's Individual scoring champion of last year. In last night's only game, the Wolverines and Hoosiers battled on fairly even terms but with less than three minutes of the game remaining the Hoosiers held a three point lead. Bob Ceahan. Michigan forward who was lop scorer with 19 points, nut the Wolverines within one point we- seasoi BiffMe &oX flkSMi-rswM&i-rJie V ' -7,, Jack is,,, - it.?- (7; ."-SJ v of Pvansville, remained on the undefeated tight-rope, by winning, fi-1 of a tie when he made a basket from to 2S from Central of Evansville. Un defeated Jasper, generally regarded the corner. As the game started into the final half minute. Ted Berse, substitute forward, scored his only basket to give Michigan the lead and then the game. the strongest outfit in the state yaeie wn i this season, also remained alott. The Wildcats lengthened their winning American I'uhlic Loik-in on Bij; I hree Meet Urged streak to 10 at the expense of Vln-cennes, 33 to 28. ; t;; rl to reji e!t in Tray Table A tray table will help both the nurse and the patient, but care ihould be taken that it doesn't rest on the patient. An ironing board or straight board placed across the patient's lap can bj supported by chairs of even height placed on either side of the bed. A grocery box of wood or heavy cardboard with bottom and two sides removed can be arranged to fit over the patient's lap. Pockets of c.-etonne tacked on either side of the box make convenient holders. Bed trays and lap boards may be purchased now in many of our local stores. Lafayette and New Castle, tied for tenth place on the current news ser breaklng, hard-hitting style of play j that kept the Cats at hay all durinf i ter tlian in i the first stanza which ended me result tl- the Red Devils In a 17-12 lead. -j.-ral poims o Foster and Watson settled down Clinton n to work in the second period, sendinc rrni ,i ,. In three baskets each to lead the jllt0 h,,. tiu Cat rally that tied the score 8 all j Tin- liw-l as the half ended. i after tin- th Hectic T)ilrI Quarter i ),y ;mzi v.i The next eight minutes were hec-j tinned to (,; tic for both the players and fans as j three basln-i the score was tied repeatedly. More ! Hiirmwfori! fouls were called in the third quar- j more to eiui vice rating, fought through an over time game that ended with Lafayette Or. G. R. McGUIRE CHIROPEACTOS X-Ray 235V4 BUckmaa on top of a 29-27 score. 1 ( "n)tl inued from pat,-e 1) It was expected that President Roos-velt would 1-ave Washington shortly after his fourth inaugut ation. .lanuary 2u, and proceed to some near enoill-'tl to Moscow to suit the convenience or Marshal St-tllr, who has repeatedly Insisted that he cannot travel far from the Kovlet capital because of his personal dil-e'tien of the lied Armies. Top Ranking flary Ca.;ers Defeated In Friday Session INDIANAPOLIS Another top ranking unbeaten Hoosier high school basketball tea today joined other quintets who finally have slipped and fallen -Lew Wallace of Gary suffered a 211-27 defeat by Clark of Hammond In one of last night's heart-breakers. The Hornets had won eight games in regular play as well as winning a (lary tourney during the Christmas holidays. The Anderson Indians, who fell before Logansport during a holiday condolatlon game, stumbled before the Buries again, 41 to 40. The defending state champs, Bosse I . Scientific Improvements It is estimated that the gas-filled lamp developed by Langmuir represents an annual saving in the cost of domestic lighting in this country alone of $200,000. The improvement in the efficiency of the petrol engine due to lead ethyl saves over 2,000,-UOO.OOO gallons of petroleum a year. The use nf accelerators for vulcanizing rubber has saved capital outlay on molds estimated at $64,000,000. Research on motor tires has increased their average life from 3,000 miles to over 20.000 miles. DR. O. R. BREDEWEG OPTOMETRIST Eyes Tested Glasses Made For Those Who Need Them j Clean Valva The safety valve must be thoroughly cleaned after a pressure cooker is used. Soaking the parts in vinegar or kerosene helps to remove food deposits and corrosion. Phone 175 CLINTON, IND. 48 Blackinao St. S-SH-H-H-He ( IDAlT FOR POM'T LET V HE IS J THE 'SUPER" tLCOME TO W VOLCAN6 IT'S NOT MUCH. BUT I CALL HEAR tOU (OUEE'PEA? 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