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.r THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBURG; "ILL., - ' 'WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1947 ' Illinois Baseball Lea9 ue L'lL ABNER Equal Rights By Al Capp u By United Press j Yesterday's Results i i.uikfort 000 031 201--7-10-5i . -- 'FRIDDOM TPAIM' WE'PE G'Ji-yQ TOGADDER V/ID ALL THE RAST OF US ' HAMMEFtlCAM zi r ZENS rr- . , r , ' HAVE OUST BARELY AS AMER.CAN CITIZE IMMIGRANTS -·_*. v-ir^fc,!.! tifc-WW rV-*lURVwnZJELj^ - . .-R.CAN CiriZENS.V YOU'LL KINDLY MAKE WAY FOR THE PLYMOUTH O. M c ROCKSr THEIR ANCESTORS CAME HERE ON THE 'MAYFLOWER' fT, 001 034 Olx Misho (5), 9.11-4 and Smith. | 006 500 000--11-12-1' 000 000 001-- 1- 5-3 "\Viikcllos and Ciacchi. Manns 7 , Moiimno. Thompson (4), Iv\-| 'i;, Il.'-Mllo at Ml. Vernon called' oil I-"" ^w Caiiu-s Tonight ' \\i-st Kiankfort at Walloon. 1!, lU-ullc -'it VU. Vcrnon. ( , nil.ilia :il Marion. j FRECKLES AND H3S FRIENDS AMPMOMFWr 14-0'TH' CONSTV-TOO- J VCO'RE QUITE RIGHT; MADAM. ^ ^^^[jAif^^^un or rfMV FOREFATHERS MEANT THIS TO ] B£ A COUNTRY WHERE ALL CITIZENS GET AN EVEN BREAK -NO MATTER WHERE THEY CAME FROM-OR HOW LONG It's Catching By Merrill Blo»«t' ' - -- - -- grdinals Cut * ier Lead to 41-2 Games St. Louis Blanks Phils, 2-0; Cubs . Beat Brooklyn, 4-3 By CARL LUNDQUIST United Press Sports Writer NEW YORK, Sept. 10--U.P.-- Football being a touchy subject i :,, "'-"··-»- this week anyway, the 1 Kulurr Food Nreds ] If uo!k! food needs for I960 are { ·~ i-o r - e!, farmers will have to pro- ' ,i co 21 per cent more cereals. 40 ] ·v- ex'it more meat, 100 per cent .. -e milk, and 163 per cent more ·' -s .Hid vegetables. ITS A DFAL.LARD, I'LL GIVE 1OU IO% OM EVERY St.O-RO VOL.' Mr:. 0 ··- ~- IF ANY.' 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Add floured raiMns to batter just before pouring into baking tin. ' Penn TIRE SHOP H X. Vine Pho. 4S9W Chas. H. McClcndon, Prop. S A F E T Y ' H E A D Q U A R T E R S BY HARRY GRAYSON" NBA Sports Editor^ YORK--(NEA)--A'sked if Leo Durochef will be back as man- agcr of the Dodgers next spring, Branch Rickey says: ^'Honestly, I don't know." That goes for most of major league baseball. There'll be some managerial changes and player trades. Only two American League' ~ Kenneth D. Cummins Attorney At Law GENERAL PRACTICE First National Bank Bldg. llarrisburg Pho. 912W Keaster'Rug 'Upholstery Cleaning 503 W. South SL Phone 859R Ilarrishurg Kirby Vacuum Cleaner Dealer Complete Tax Service Accounts Serviced Regularly. Income Tax Returns Prepared. 22'^. E. Locust. Phone 16GR COLLECTIONS Piavt thos» past due acccunfs, not« and bad cfi««5 with in We coll"« from anyone, any- **"«r? an/ tim* No collection, no charge! M. D. Neslcr Collection Agency 302 E. Walnut Phone 113 pilots can be said to be solidly set --the venerable Connie Mack in Philadelphia and Ted Lyons in Chicago. Mack, who has had an amazingly good year, by the way, owns the joint. Lyons is entitled to another whirl on old acquaintance. v The fortunatcs in the National arc Billy Southworth in Boston, Johnny Neuii m Cincinnati and i Mel Ott in New York, and the latter has been criticized for early mistakes in casting and handling of pitching. Southworth once more is the manager-of-the-year. Neun put the breath of life back into the Reds. "TylCK MUCKERMAN called in ·*-', most of -the Browns befonr the ki^k-off, gave them what they wanted. For that the St Louis Americans are 37 games out. General manager Bill DeWitt is expected to go. That would open the way for Muddy Ruel to step up ir.to the front office and popular and able Jimmy Dykes' return to the league as manager There is plenty of reason to suspect that Ossie Bluege is through in Washington. A disastrous season. Dissension on the club. Detroit easily could finish second again, but there are indications that this will not be good enough to hold Steve O'Neill's job this trip. Tom Yawkey can't understand why the 1946 Red Sox of the tremendous early foot fell so fa behind an average Yankee club MOTSINGER AND ROSE Bonds and Insurance S. MAIN ST. * his time out. Reports have had oe McCarthy, Lou Boudreau and O'Neill running the works at Fen- vay Park next spring, with Joe Cronin relieving the ailing Eddie Collins on ihe business end. Bill Veeck denies it, of course, but reports persist that the progressive young president of the :ndians would prefer a different .ype of manager. Charley Grimm, with whom he enjoyed so much success in Milwaukee, would be first choice. Bucky Harris turned in a terrific job with the Yankees, seems leaded for the pennant, but his status as manager depends on his personal feelings and the whims of .Larry MacPhail. The Old Boy Manager loug has* aspired to a desk job. In the National, Billy Herman definitely has not been a howling success in Pittsburgh in his first year as mar.ager. Philadelphia fell far below 'First place neaven in '47," so Ben Chapman could be on the spot. Chicago stood pat, a grave- mistake with every other outfit bringing in or otherwise obtaining tel- ent. For this, general manager Jitu Gallagher is at fault. One yarn has Stan Hack replacing Grimm. Eddie Dyer admits that he might have been back in the Texas oil fields had any of the Cardinal veterans told Sam Breadon the manager didn't Know a baseball from a ho'.e in the ground when the owr.er checked up on the party while it was still last on June 1. Notre Dame, Michigan and Penn! ,, That's the way the top football teams of the country will finish the 1947 season, according to Francis Wallace, the Saturday^ Evening Post's gridiron "prophet, lie makes his annual forecast of. football trends, leading teams and players in "Pigskin Preview," m this week's (Sept. 13th) Post, with thc help of a panel of more than 200 coaches, writers, publicists and other football specialists. After Penn in the national rat- indfTVIr. Wallace places in order: L. S. U.. Rice, Yale, U. C. L. A.,. North Carolina University, Georgia, Texas, Alabama, Ohio State, Tennessee, Illinois, Stanford, Iowa University, Georgia Tech, Army, Navy and Oregon State. Sectional Champs For sectional champions Louis Considers Crown at Stake In Hon-Titb Bouis By ED SAINSBURY Unite'ri Press Sports Writer CHICAGO, Sept. 10-- U.H -Heavyweight Champion Joe Louis ff u h , er of , ate liuic said today he considers his title Loml)ardi havi up just as much at stake in his two wi jUbt scheduled 10-round --non-uu« '.,.,.· f, h c o n offin« bouls in the next nine months as ^Sni.nn linolorf Po in any 15 round bout he has ever .folks back home today couldn't, | sec anything funny about the Brooklyn Dodgers losing, 4 to 3, out in Chicago on a grand slam homer by an ex substitute halfback from Green Bay, Wis. Already picmed because their super-duper grid star, Glen Dobbs, was traded away, the fans were in no mood to have Cliff Aberson of the Cubs, the one-time gridiron performer, step up in ,the eighth inning yesterday and I whack a homer as a pinch hitter ' t h a t cut Brooklyn's first place lead to an insecure 4 1-2 games over the onrushing St. Louis I Cardinals. , Abcison couldn't help that he used to be a ball-carrier for the Gieen Bay Packers, but the fans in Flatbush just didn't want to be involved adversely, particularly if a football player was in on it. Dodgers May Fold Up ! , Thc defeat, coming at the start ;of a 10 game western road swing, j\vas the third in a row for the lea- 'gue leaders and made the doubt- |ers wonder if once again the Dod- Igers were ready to stage another ' histoi ic collapse. The Dodgers {have folded up in the stretch four years out of six since they won | their last pennant in 1941. | For a one-day foldup it would be hard to find one to compare with yesterday. Leading 3 to 0 in the eighth and with their most effective hurler of late, little Vic Lombard!, having given up one hiU they seemed certain winners and Bill Reese Wallace nominates: East, Penn: Midwest, Notre Dame; South erred at short on a double play. j-""5"" h a ii a nd the bases were filled but "The New York rules say that a , l j u l c Lom s t ruc fc ou t pinch-hitter heavyweight champion can fight C i J( ] e McCullough. All might non-title bouts under 15 rounds,'' i j, a \. e en d c d well had not Aberson, he said,"-"but they say too that if ' batting £ or pitcher Johnny Mr. j he gets knocked out, he loses his gchmitz whaled thc ball out of the North Carolina U.; Southeast, Louisiana State; Southwest, Rice; Missouri Valley, Kansas University; Rocky Mountain, Utah University; Pacific Coast, U. C. L. A. Having called the turn on nine big games out of sixteen last year, Mr. Wallace this year calls twenty-seven of them this way: Sept. 26--U. C. L. A. over Iowa. Sept. 27--L. S. U. over Rice, North Carolina U. over Georgia. Oct. 4 Texas over North Carolina U., *L. S. U. over Georgia, Yale over Cornell, Michigan over Stanford. Oct. 11--Texas over Oklahoma, Illinois over Army, Yale over Co- Phone 655R F-~Tan MoUinqw J. E. "Prte" Rose DR. D. A. LEHMAN EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT Glass'cs Fitted 203 North Vine Street Suite 4--Harrisburg Hospital I GOODRICH TIRES Passenger, Truck, Tractor HARRISBURG TIRE BATTERY 20G E. Poplar Terms 174R1 insurance Harker Miley INSURANCE AGENCY championship. park. "So those fights mean just as Cardinals Blank Phils much to me as any others I've At the same time the Cardinals, been in. My championship is at who now trail only by three games stake." i in the important loss column, scor- Joe's first "ten-round" scrap is e d a 2 to 0 decision at -St. Louis scheduled against Jersey Joe Wol- over the Phillies, whom dinky cott Nov. 14 at Madison Square Murry Dickson blanked on six Garden and the Brown Bomber hits " Dickson was helped prin- indicated he intends to be in his cipally by Nippy Jones, who drove best possible condition for **,«..·_ -- -- "--' TM«-""i «v« ntvmr- struggle. the i in one run and scored the other 'himself. I U S i K H J . A * i u v * » . i . « He also indicated that he was j Jones, subbing for the injured, aware of the probability that even'Red Schoendiensl, do bnd. homc-t if-he doesn't lose by a knockout t Erv Dusak in the thiid and scored TO·'WDlcott/lie would "bo regarded "on Stan Masial's single 16'hand as'-a has-been by the public should ijiardluck Oscar Judd his 14th de- Jersey Joe take a decision, was down at French ,ieat. Lick,, Rookie Clint Harting pitched Illinois over Aimy, JJIK u*«--i ^^-, "| was clown ai I'renun .LIU:*.,, UOOKIC L.IIIH. rianu i« |jiu.uv.-u lumbia. Ohio State over Southern | Ind for a m0n th this spring," h e ' h i s ninth victory but t'idn't get California. Oct. 18--Kansas over, s a i d f « anc i i» m going back down it until two were out in t!ie ninth Oklahoma U.. Alabama over Ten-, tnere Monday. I won't do much-- inning when Jack Lohrke hit a nessee. Oct. 25--Rice over Texas,|j usl rest an( j d 0 r0 ad work. |two-run homer to give the Giants Tennessee over North Carolina U., j .j rea iiy go down there to put a 3 to 1 decision at Pittsburgh. U. C. L. A. over Nov. 1--T Notre Notre Arkansas Armv, Giuu oiaic u v t i ^.^my*. j JOG saiu nc weigiiuu £**·** IAW«J JIA u\v \,um.\**a, " ·«··· «*· »-·- Nov.'22--Michigan over Ohio State, i aixd that he considered his best clubs and other items in a night U. C. L- A. over Southern Call-1 fighting weight 210. l i n his honor at Cincinnati by fornia Yale over Harvard. Nov. 1 «j m playing a lot of golf nowjblankmg Boston, 2 to 0 on four 29--Army over Navy, Georgia' t o fc eep m y i egs in condition." he'hits. It was his 198th National over Georgia Tech. i s aid, "and that walking helps a'League victory and his 42nd shut. ^ . 1 1 - ' i x v t " * r t n f All-America Selections ,101. |uui. «T»,TM.,,-,,·« Tin fownr fh-in thirlv- At the moment Joe is leading Browns Beat A s f^S^trpS^^'^ amateurs in the Chicago N, | ^Hs Kmder^ of ^ Browns ournamcnt iic! shade d Phil Marchildon of the a onc-under-par 72 yester- , Athletics, 1 to 0. in a duel at Phil- SALINE COUNTY « CREDIT BUREAU CREDIT REPORTS INVESTIGATIONS COLLECTION SERVICE Proett Building Phone 678 SEE John B. Owen, J. P. 17% S. Main Phone 655W. for Stale, or Drivers' License, Collections, Deeds or Mortgages. __ INCOME TAX *IMM^I^i_^*~-*--TM^'_i__ - · . · - Lm Complete Stock of Washer and Radio Parts Prompt Service On Repaln Robson Radio Electric Service '06 H. Poplar Phone 174R1 3 ATTACHMENTS - SCOOP.- SWEEPRAKE STACKER; MANURE FORK * * "° * A* LABOR SAVER ON ANY FARM Sturd.l/ bu.ll hydrooltc looder. Mounted to disfributo load. Simple to operate. No cables, chains, wires or ropes. Mode for form work and does it. Thousands in use coast to coast. Mode for popular tractor models. Three useful attachment*. Quickly interchangeable. SKYLINE EQUIPMENT includes hydraulic loader and crane, dirt scoop, manure fork, sweeprako stacker, all purpose grinder; roughage, hay and grain blower, field cutter and harvester; two wheel and four wheel trailer. u* Qflly OftO moving ycl annd* eniilag* 1 $ OOO lb» p« r hour Sturdy and portable. ·GREEN Your FORD Dealer his first eleven larly, . A M O W J ^ V » » w v --*,-- **!*» * » » -JW -- [ . . _, » men--"including the backficld o n ^ u n a it. thc nose"--made the Saturday Evening Post All-Amcrican selected by the members of the American Football Coaches' Association. His first team: j Ends, Williams (Rice) and i Fears (U. C. L. A.): tackles, Con-, nor (Notre Dame) and Davis (Georgia Tech); guards, Fischer.' (Notre Dame) and Steffy ( A r m y ) : ' center, Bednarik (Penn): backs. iW'ville pro who tutors Louis rcgu- gave up five hits to three for - - - the play-lor-pay boys Marchildon but won when Al Zarilla tripled in the fouith and came home on a long fly. The White Sox topped the Senators, 6 to 1 at Washington as Luke Appling played in his 1986th game, a new high for American [League shortstops. Appling celebrated the occasion by getting a j h i t and two walks and handling 10 chances perfectly as Ed Lopat won his 15th game, a seven hit Harrisburg Han Based on Famous Pacific Oufpos! - . - , col. C. W. Cousland, Command-job. center, Bednarik (Penn): backs 0£ficcr of Howard Field. Pnn-l Murrcll Jones of the Red Sox Lujack (Notre Dame), Chappius ^ Cdnal Zonc n n n o u n c c s ihc|hit a three run homer to produce (Michigan), Mernman (Stanford) | assignmcnt of Cpl . Hudson L. Boo-, a 5 to 3 decision over thc Tigers and Gilmcr (Alabama). t th sixth rasc complement a t Boston. Thc blow which came As for the New Dear's Day b o U d t A p 0 6 6 2 Uic third enabled Boston to games, Mr. Wallace picks th-'iti, Jc , Bootcn is thc son of Mr . m a i n t a i n a game and a half lead this way: Rose, Michigan over U. an(] Mrg Erncsl Booten of 315 ovcr Detroit in the battle for sec-j C. L A.: Sugar L. S·. \J. over gouth McKinlcy strc ct. Harriiburg. |O , ul pi acc . Thc Red Sox still North Carolina U.: Cotton, lUcc c , Booten rc . en listcd in thc trail thc leading Yankees by over Alabama, and Orange, Texas Vrmy AJr Forccs j n j unc . 1946.'n 1-2 games, however, ovcr Georgia. an( i arr i ve d in thc Panama Canal The Yankees and Indians were "Football seems to be over thc Zonc m August? that year. Hisj j ( j l c , n the American. reconversion hump, thc Post an- prcv j ous service was in thc Infan- 1 . thor writes. "Thc stars-m-name- t He holds . lhc p urp i c Heart, Yesterday's Star -- Cliff Aber- only have washed out. but most K Uropean Theater Ribbon w i t h , K 0 n 0 { the Cubs, whose grand of thc best remain . . . If little im- |hrce b a m e stars, thc Unit Cita- \ i aim p j n ch-h'jmer beat the Dod- oortant talent has been lost, equal( j o n w j th c i us t c r. and thc Combat ,, C1S 4 to 3 ly little has been added. ' infantry Badge. He \\as wounded - - ' ----- -----7-7- TT".:", "The 194-7 villains, in the eyes, ,,, the battle of Saint Lo. i the Antarctic. Dusty land . !,iunas of harassed college coaches, are APO 662 is a s-nall southeast roan) Uie snoie. ai.d t.ic rocKj the talent hawks of professional 1 Pacific island outpost of Howard coast harbors one of the vionas footbaU. By midsummer the pros Field - appropriately vermcc ' rarest holdovers fr om anacnt oas had gridnapcd more than thirlv -World's End," or "Thc Rock, -the Black V ater IgTMTM-*:TM top-flightcrs with college eligibil-, Several islands make the archipcla- er have existed janvw, cr « ci c OI Hv left" · uo. The historv of thc islands, earth for the past million j y .dates to thc time of Sir Henry'However, the islands arc pro R..II Dn« FUvon Morgan, and other pirates as in- better known from the u.Jcb ,. bull Uog eleven famous who used thc many bajs licizcd attempt of thc sclf-styiea To Practice "Tonight 'and coves for their hideouts. Dur- "Baroness Elois ? 0 ,,V TKufated in" thc War of 1812 Captain Da- settle there in 1932. The iii-iaieu Rain last nicht forced cancclla-1 v ,g p orte r of thc United States Na- "Baroness" disappeared, alonj, \viin Ition of the Bull Dog football prac- v v capturcd am i destroyed a larw one of her courtiers--prcsunlauiy ! lice under the Taylor Field lighl.s ! por ti on O f the Br it, s i, \\halinumurdcrcd-and the remainnij. Night sessions had been planned | llcct in thosc ua t crs . j n later member of the party was, i for Tuesday and Wednesday mghis. | vcars thc is i an d s have become dead of thirst a montn laicr. If weather permits, a practice scs j- morc of a ha vcn for naturalists* trace of the "Baronc» ^was ' - - ' ' an d scientists-among thc.sc arc found. Trace* of^ her Prof. Charles Danvin and Dr. Wil- Paradaiso still s.nnd on liam Beebe, for found there arc island, tropical animals living side by side | Cpl Bootcn \\ ill :rctu r . t o with creatures usually associated ard Field upon completion of * 1L \ V U « l V l l V l pui utivo, ** |*»" sion will be held tonight. Merchants Plan County Tournament The Harrisburg Merchants baseball team is planning a county base- hall tournament beginning Sept 2o. Managers of teams in the county who arc interested are asked to meet at the township park diamond G p. m. Friday. The Daily Register, 20c a wcelc. » l i f t I \.L V. til i l l \fJ W l « 3 » . « » * * » ^ « ' with the frigid climates. Tins is assignment. ,.,,.,.,, \ rnlv Air due to the Humbolt Current that! H e intends making thc Arm Air has its origin in thc Antarctic. The, Forccs his career. D:ink More Milk islands are located on thc equator and, support such widely d i f s c r e n t i - _ animals as thc penguin and killer i Per capita consumptio^ of milk whale. The giant Albatross nests, ; n thc U. S. in 1930 was 1W quarts and raises in the islands--sonic-, compared with 136 quarts in i»«. thing that occurs nowhere else b u t j ,, - Daily Register Advertiseroerits Pay' c FOR YOUR A New Top CONVERTIBLE MAKE your car look like new in a few hours. Beautiful new top -- cut from' original factory pattern -- sewed and trimmed to perfect fit -ready ""to slip on present frame. Amazing, new, tough DOUBLE TEXTURE material gives longer, better wear. complete water-proofing. COMPLETELY INSTALLED NO "EXTRAS" BLACK OR TAN New RUBBERIZING process gives Let these REDI-CUT factory tops save you $40.00 to S50.00. Most models only ?59.50 installed. DRIVE IN OR PHONE BARHAM-GREEN Your FORD Dealer 7 _ DAYS - 7 -- Starts Today 6 p. m. I I4c and 40c * HAIR-BREADTH ESCAPS:.. HAIR-EAISIS3 BETTY H U T T O N J O H N LUND w i t h BILLY DE W O L F E W I L L I A M D E M A R E S T CONSTANCE C O L L I E R F R A N K -FAYLEN 1 Tonite 6 p.m. Double Feature - 12c dnd 35c HEARTACHES STARRING Sheila Ryan and Chill -Wills if RETURN SHOWING "Hold That Blonde" STARRING Veronica Lake Eddie Bracken Thurs. 2 p. m. - Fri. 6 p. m. - SoK 1:30 p. Double Feature - 12c and 35c it RENEGADES SUNSET 'CARSON Peggy Stewart Gas House Kids Go " West" J Wearing -ten gallon hats and --. giving you ten thousand laughs.- Ni-M'SPAPFRl

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