The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 12, 1945 · Page 7
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January 12, 1945

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 7

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Page Sevfll ft THE DAILY CLINT ONI AN Friday, January 12, 1945. RECORD MAKER - vn ,By Jacfc Sords Clinton Store Planning Post- War Expansion Of Stock and Services Sped The varsity game is scheduled for 8 p. m. with a curtain-raiser between the Kittens and the Crawfordsville B outfit' set at 7 P. m. Coach Harold Anson's-starters will be Healer and Taylor, forwards; V H6R ,' iV.W.. . .W Six Leading State Cage Squads Head For Dounle Bills INDIANAPOLIS. Ind. Six of the Indiana High School basketball teams listed on the current International News top ten headed into a s mF-vn ... !L.tiVK,M . -. tv. i (Continued from page 1) Green, center; and Beeson and Pur CHS Athenian ClasE Tonight Crawfordsville Team To from Terre Haute where he has had in his back. Pvt. Morgan Is wlfli the infantry of the Seventh Army under General Patton. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Grit'fls have received word that their son, Technician Fourth Grade of the U. S. Army Air Force, Earl P. Grlffis, recently received the Good Conduct Ribbon. Young Griffis is stationed at a bomber base in Italy. He also wears the European, African, Middle East Theatre of operation ribbons with three bronze star8 for serving In African battles and current Italian campaigns. Marine Sergeant Bert B. Altee, son of Mrs. Mis. Grace Allee, a former. Cayuga resident, has received the purple heart for wounds received at Suipan and Tinlan. Sgt. Allee is also a veteran of Tarawa. due, guards while Coach Bob Burton will start Hungerford and James, forward, Foster, center and Wnt-son and Smith, guard. . i 12 years experience m c.c.; week end of double games, nP'nS I o( the automotlve service business, to be as ronunate as u.b ... from au,0 mecnanlc to purt8 store Ten who went through the strain of j T firm ,8 weI, equipped Provide Plentyof Fight wi J 1 Tfll to give advice and service, to help keep 'em rolling" for the duration and after. double bills last week. Only one team, Anderson dropped a game, while coming hack to win its Saturday tilt. The INS Big Ten this week, ac or tais; L.ocais nay Last Game Before Prelims j Union Wildcats vs Crawforilsville Is: t Athenians llntfhn am At 7 anil 8 n. ill. .Officials: Mofoskey and Kinder OF 916 sef A ieW i tfjmmM T , 1, J foe. SiioUfs-foPS vL if f0$ If cording to comparative rating 1. Jasper 2. Bedford 3. Bosse of Evansvllle 4. Elkhart 5. Tech of Indianapolis 6. Kokomo 7. Riley of South Bend 8. Anderson Native Born North Carolina leads all states In percentage of tw'.tve born population 99.6 per cent Cayuga Soldiers Reported In jured, Missing in Action Several Cayuga soldiers have received decorations during the past month, one has been injured and still another, Lt. Paul Wilson, is now reported missing over Germany. L.t Wilson, who was formerly of the Collett Home, has been missing since Dec. 5. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Morgan of Cayuga have received wnrrt thnt their son. Private Herbert 9. Lew Wallace of Gary 1 fl. .Tef fersonville CUBVeLAiJP SdORfS-rbP AMD " MANAGER Wi-to MAOE ra4 A ' Season foa GArAzeme laurels Five Conference Games Scheduled In Big 10 Weekend The spotlight of western conference basketball focuses tonight on the clash between the University of Minnesota and Northwestern, at Ev-anston, 111., with the outcome regarded as a toss-up. Tonight's fracas will be the only conference set-to of the evening, but four contests are slated for tomorrow night. Both Minnesota and Northwestern will meet new foes tomorrow night, with the Wildcats traveling to Columbus to battle Ohio State's defending champions, while Minnesota tangles with Wisconsin at Madison. Also meeting in conference games tomorrow night are Purdue, which will invade Iowa U's domain, and Illinois tackling Michigan at Ann Arbor. Indiana is the only conference team which will remain idle. Games outside the Western Conference tomorrow p 1 t Michigan State against Kentucky, De Paul a-gainst Western Kentucky at Louisville, Great Lakes against Marquette and Iowa Preflight, against Missouri at Columbia. WHAT CAUSES EPILEPSY? A booklet containing the opinion!! fo jnaui doctori on thii Interesting lubiect will be lent FREE, while they tort, to any' reoder writing lo the Edueotional DKruiOfl. J35 Fifth Ave., New York, N.Y., Dept. A-4 3 9 Riley of South Bend was back In the list this week, as predicted, after a one-week absence. The Wildcats, leaders of the eastern division of Northern Indiana High School Conference, came back with wins Morgan, had been injured in France about Dec. 22, from shell fragments 0 0 over Washington of South Bend and ! South Bend Central after losing the I starting lineups: Clinton Oraivfimlsvillc Hiuigerford f Hinder Dames f ' Taylor jl'oster . c fjreen Watson K ISeeson Smith ' tt Vurn i. Another of last year's defeats to fce avenged is on the book tonight Jor the Clintdn Wildcats tonight when they nieet tin; Crawfordsville Athenians at1 8 p. m. in the Clinton gym. i With most of last year's Athenian staff still in full operation nnd everal of the Clinton players of last eason doing a repeat performance the game promises to be a hard-fought battle from beginning to end. i( Speed will be the feature of to-hlght's .game. It is expected, since both the Crawfordsville and Clinton teams specialize In fast-breaking, Imart basketball. ' Iant lleforo l'relim I Tonight's battle will be the last fctr the Cats before entering the Wabash Valley Prelims at Dana Bc-xt Thursday. The Cats have been South Bend tourney. Altnougn Lafayette won from New Castle, the Broncos lost to Lebanon, while Michigan City came up with a split bill, also. All three were dropped below the first ten. DR. O. R. BREDEWEG OPTOMETRIST Eyes Tested Glasses Made For Those Who Need Them Ml niackman St. . ; CLINTON, IND. Phone 175 . . . . . . . ...i iH 'fOO PAQflA A MAJOR PtoCO WWHA.27 MARK' ft.., TERRE HAUTE, Ind. Indiana State piled up a score of 72 points: against Evansvllle College's 53 last nleht to avenge a previous Sycamore 1020 3ti0. Totals, 1001,, 1042, 3063. Nortbwestern's Wildcats, seeking defeat at the hands of the Evans-! their second straight victory, are al BOWLING RESULTS orA-0I,A I.KAtil'H COCA-COLA Holllngsworth,. 15!l. 187, 125 471; Hauer, 105,. 119. 129 . 353 ; Topolosek. 1S8, 180, 167 541; Fenogllo, 158, 149. 140 THERE ARE MANY REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD: vllle outfit. . Ed Lash and Clarence Disney, with 18 points each, topped scoring honors for the home team, while Harold Brown, with 17, was highest scorer for Evansvllle. ' so in quest of technical conference leadership as a triumph over the Gophers tonight would break a 1-1 first-place deadlock with Iowa. Minnesota rates a chance to twist the wildcat tail, however, by virtue of 447; Ghldottl, 211. 173. 12; the unexpected 49-44 Gopher upset of Purdue last Monday. VERMILLION ROOM Hays, 169, 186, 142. 497; Guerri, 180, 97, 152 429; Asbury, 125, 110, 134 369; Klrkman, 218, 140, 185 543; Tasso, 16S, 175, 182 525j handicap, 157. 157, 157 471. Totals. 1017, 805, 925 2834. DIANA SWEET SHOP Weir, 160, 147, 181 438; Fr. Shea, 146. 131. 175 452; Manshlp, 182, 178, 1 13 473; Allison, 139, 167, 138 444; Ave, 207, 206, 230 643; handicap, 139, 139, 139 417. Totals, 973, 968, 926 2867. ; MUNCIE, Ind. Earlham's Invasion pf Ball State last nigt was turned Back with a 62-48 battle fa Highlight of the Wildcat-Oopher- o 509; handicap, 187, 187, 187 obi. Totals, 1008, 1001, 8732882. GREGORY CAFE -Lammey, 10(1. 157 167 490; McDonald, 130. 182, 154 466 ; Bredeweg, 146, 159, 224 529; Maloney, 164, 181, 147 492; Wilson, 189, 217, 181587; handicap. 121, 1 21, 121 363. To conflict will likely be the flashy rebound duel between towering 6-foot, voring the host team. Lead in the Indiana college conference game I 7 -inch Kleggie Hermsen, of Min nesota, and Northwestern 's Max Morris. Morris, Wildcat center, leads changed several times during play, with Him Abbott getting top scoring honors. He tallied 20 points for the victors. i Suing through some stiffdrills in I preparation for the game tonight i and the prelims next week. ! Dana will be host to the prelims with seven :teams scheduled to par-f flcipate In the tourney which is also I used as the Vermillion County tour-I Diinirnt. So far Clinton and Hills-; dale seem, to be the top favorites In the pre-giime guesslngs Hillsdale has rung up an enviable record this J ieason but wns tripped by Cnyuga , lost week. Cayuga in turn was defeated by St. Iternlce bo the county runnings are fairly much anyone's ', guess. . Tho game tonight will find the ' Cats In good form but with a tough opponent on their hands. Crawfords-Tllle's record is not ns good as Clinton's with four gnmes won and six games lost while the Cats have lost only one gnme, winning six. In addition to the record advantage, the Cats will have the aid of playing on their own floor which usually give a team a flvo-polnt boost. tals, 916, 1017, 994 Z92Y. PUBLIC SERVICE CO. Moon- his team with 82 points in five games, tallying 21 against Wisconsin. On tomorrow night's hoop bill, the Iowa-Purdue conflict will rate top interest as the Hawkeyes are one of two teams undefeated in con ey, 137, 166, 146 44ii; .lones. ference play. Northwestern and Iowa Jl'LES TAVERN Taparo, 175, 188, 159 522; Roth, 166, 172, 172 510; Gamblani, 219, 140, 135 494; Iacoll, 160, 190, 217 673; Uenettl, 170, 201, 146517; handicap, 112, 112, 112336. Totals, 1002. 1009. 941 2952. MATTIODA GROCERY Costel-lo,. 147, 182, 192 521; Lyday, 135, 145, 185 465; Mntttoda, 143, 153, 205 601; Mnrdock, 153, 117. 1B7 467; niar.ukas. 213, 158, 169 540; handicap, 107, 107, 107 321. Totals, 898, 862, 10552815. are the only two teams to remain undefeated In the nine conference games played. HELPS YOU RELAX KEEPS YOU IN TRIM LUCKY STRIKE BOWLING ALLEY Clinton B Team To Take Part In Tourney Saturday Clinton's second team will take part in a second team tourney to be played tomorrow morning and afternoon In Terre Haute. Teams participating will be Clinton, Brazil, Garfield and Tech. 149, 131, 114 394; iiaymnger. 162, 136, 151 449; Straw, 189, 200, 137 526; handicap, 161, 161. 161 483. .Totals, 932, 915, 867 2744. HORNEY BATTERY SHOP Lane, 234, 233, 159 626; Waugh. 116, 136, 176 428; Paloncy. 168. 147, 155 470; Cooper, 157, 188. 2ii 556; Karanovich, 196, 208. 189 593; handicap, 130, 130, 130 I Mr" 1 . HOO-KAV- WE'RE J3AVEP Second Team Tourney Is Planned at St. Bernice St. Bernice will be host to a second team basketball tournament Saturday in the St. Bernice High School gym. Cayuga,; NejvporJ, Prrysvilje ajjij Stliernlce will be" entpred with the first game at 1:15 p. m., the second at 2:15 and the winner to be chosen In an evening game. . mH---'' I 11 CAN'T BEAR TO TELL ) I ULOOKlA BOIP I ; is; s Wmz?' FpoW that tup mailA Urr a package ) . . SPINACH SEEPSrEAT a Dr. G..R. McGUIRE CHIROPRACTOR X-Ray, 235V4 Blackmail ..... piRJA MAILi VES, K otiU WHICH I AlAlLEt? His7 FOR TOPEWE S LETTER- CARRIER ? rri M - VylZ THE LETTER TO I POPEWE ) , cTTPt? ic: ii)HFi?f rrT T . I .1 1 M K T TSK-TSK- i mm i lie i -mctpcccjwak i v irr.. ..a,,,- r, r i run vw- r-xih : s u . - WANTE CARRIER BOYS! For Routes in Town : Theatre spr 3jCZ mj dan sm -zzr pk I k . HETHROV - A TANTRUM , Sa . V -sl I sgg&tb $Tlk i Secret VrflP &&H i UrWl1 MINIMUM AGE 10 YEARS PHONE 32 or 33 Or Apply To: WILLIAM F. 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