Decatur Evening Herald from Decatur, Illinois on October 8, 1930 · Page 12
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OECATUR HERALD WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 8, 1930, DECATUR HERALD II 1*1 WO SETS OP RJtvKaHlMTO «TAIH1N4 HIS E **KOMlSeD I ONLYTWNQ -(ATE HIM. WAT 'FUL, oo E WHILE WE A600T EE AW FOR. -THAT 1 t) VT TOUCHIN YMCl COU, IO-. Lao :THC EfOWE TED TEN MAY BE PAID I) nitftt f'fi i HD. O,--Ton yftin l«rchit«ct, submitted to ounty conunlMloner* nga of a proposed ncmorlal. Hli It* not submit nil bill i yc«r. Prosecutor Ito.v ly Informed commix- bill «ould to rtiscd Whisky, iltce Aniwered Ad Ark.-- Claudo Curt I* [ice, looking out. of th* today, debated whether A'S DEPEND ON TWO MOUND ACES TO WIN SERIES CARDSCONFIDENT MLLAHAN'S ARM WILLHOLDMAGKS \t\\y Grove, Who Has pitched 1ft Innings, May Work Today FANS FINALLY EXCITED |lv I - K \ N K (IKT'I'V (Jiil)I'il PH'it SIMICIH I'ltlltur PHILADKIPMIA. I 1 ,*,, Oct. J--With Pliiladnlphw f » n i M |ail stlrrcrl From their lothiirRy |y a real two-fislcd world soriest temp returned t« their midst, tnd both leami keyed 1*1 it f i j f h t - iM pitch, the Athletics and CflrMHfll^ v'l'nt in!*! thf Histh ^miif Wdtiy, Thr dlpTl!* 1 !"! hnnni'd if tiMsrbnll new tiffl only u t.itni-'Hjcnclh fifini itv grMp *t tlWl mlUKint M u c h n i n n , hut bfttwfpn thi-ni nnd tholr niiiM- Untid tt«nlfl ft .iliinly vmmtt H-fr- IWMlMl pHPhni'. "Wild l l l l l " llftllu- Irish Ifat T(l|( t th* 1 hi'pi*w of ?U. t/uis for unotlwr vlctf.ry w h k h would threw thu ("rii* I n i o tho devcnlh dud ilwMlnjt f»mf. youth IWWH lt U'urk Agnlnit lltillithnn. *hnti' apci'il tnd ihaip bmilUnx ciiivcM *hia out th« rt'w on Snlurdiiy Connie Hunt I; tsportod BELIEVE IT OR NOT. --By Ripley ,, vktnrv for th Amc'tU'im thii(riilin*tilp thU i i t K - t i i ' i o n will mil Hi'' i.osl.'iFifiKdri ciiKftKorafnt mil win Hum their f i f t h worlil's ditimphiniihlfi, «o tln-ro · isi lltllo doubt (hat «r. M (illlieiulily would tons hi 1 uw 1 '! h N iilnyi-rti to lo and llTM (ivcrythln^' I h r y had tn cuiiturr ihlt fnaw. Much hii-i Jii-'l two thordiiKhly ill'- ffndflMi 1 |i!lclii i ti firovc nnd bllJ '"Mtff Riu ii'ilmv. '''ho lutti 1 !' I'ttch'-il inwn Iniiliik-i Mtindnv und tii-fiy I tic K'niK 1 . receiving cnt M'CARTHY'S NEW JOB WON'T BE AS RED SOX PILOT Last Place Club Owner Says His Man Must Like Good, HardWork THAT EL1MNIATES JOE (RLINNlNCi FISH) · - OSACt tHWAH tS WORW 5 %00,OOO £5 (M CftSH ~;\ yff tv^5 NE\/ER BEEN -' AfM 'S'Sfc ·fHE THRESHINC MtLi PsoPRitToRls mn£ftAL HIS FAvfORlTE Tft-ACttOM ENCINt HEftpLO THE PROCESSION ' K\1J,A.VATIUN (II' 1 V ICS'i'lClt- 1AVS Tilt 1 'I'tililll Imbhril Itic Kim"', wclvliif rn'tllr » l- " ll »" 1'iwisii'r ,'w (hi 1 rlHcty vvlilcli wiiu w n f l i - i l In ']'(,(. H ialt\nt; nl tin 1 S, H. Tjitiltf oc- nn ttw wliiKH nf .Mniniy l''(TX!C'i hiniif cuiii'd ulniuHt tin the liitcrnfitloiml ran dilw In I IIP n i n t h Inning TJi'nvt 1 ptitu Line - llio (MOtli Meililinn, whpro tfttl (In 1 ('FirdliKili h n n i l l l y In the nmrliici'ii i hii!ii_-i thu inimc ot tbe tin- ' F i r d l n f i l 4 h n m l l l y In th t tfitnic ii nd l«'it t h u f t n l i t l i hi n lil itllh .li'i'uc- l[ii(nn)i Fli 1 liu' pltfhcil 111 itinliu;" thtiH (ni tint. In ti The CtirihtiiilH huw I lie ii t n mil i-nnflilr-nrc I)) I [nllnhwu'w iiljllity t n brut the A's nEiitli. CurtU Unvi' ( 'oil r nice II H impiMslblii In wrll" 1 off It" 1 flMfll'IM lit H iMlH Clllt) WhlCll lltlH ihdwn th! 1 I'lJiiraKi 1 of Ihew Curdl ink Thcv wi l rc f»i h^tihid In tin 1 Xitlntiid IwiKiit 1 I'm 1 t t i l « y w i v »nd IIIMII mi w i t h » ni»h Ln win. iiliiyln^' Ihelr IIMI when I In- ciHsi wvrt 1 the name t the ihiy. f d i w i u d If suliif: w-i^t, bntk- vyiitil if ifninK (nsl, A t-Hoit lime nft- i 1 ! 1 tI'ottultifi tilt i l n t c line the Tuhltl .11-111 out thi first .S, D S, Autf l^, and K'iv(- her position tn 108 VVosl ST Ktmdi Latitude, or ntioul EOO milrji southwest of the Island of Ravotonsn. Bliu drilled wnt over thf 1 ilntc linu antl the pftsson- gcrs WI-LU Luscucd en Au^. 18, Later aho iltirtud ovm the cn.it side of tho date line, nnd sunk on Sunday, Aug. IT, Tlmt d u t c line at that point Is not on the 380th Meikliun, hut on the IMlh Meridian. Kuuert BUHliHI A to 121 Clnrug In SO In order to bi'calt the clam-eating itcoi-a ol Mili'ord, Conn., Basket!, a motor liuck operator of Bridgeport, Conn., sot this now astounding record. Ho performed this feat of food consumption at Pony's restaurant In Mllford on Auj;. 25, 1930, In the prOHonce of witnesses. Baskcll order ed mote clums after eating 124, bul was refused aiich service for (ear ol his life. Tomorrow--A J«ck«y's Busy Day nlml tin 1 !!!, Tliuy »ti]iii' ( i ntly wcrt 1 u i h u t t i i i ; h l y w h i p p e d li:dl rlnb aft- ii HID Hvcotnl (;nnn- o[ I hi' c u r r e n t 4f'rlc*H, n tid Iti two d.'iy^ thi'y stood on rvcn ti'i'iiii with the- A'H find riuirlit Hii'ni nctirly lo n hlandiitlll In lln- r l f i h t'fi'ii'. *l \I.CA MIMIU \U u|T,I ITI'I!": T 1 . II" Bowling Scores ^ agenti In a J»unt ovtr da dlncovcrcd a sign ' Rlct'i Btlll n«*rr lad: l or sale. Six bits a credit." s 'li: ( T . I M I l l i n i-:, I I ' I f l l n i in *«ii"r m i mi Mil,! I,. I.H' iiml I'l II SCItA'K II k 4 r r u H THI 'l' i,: i ,-i ;.L. l 'i I',-! i . vi iin v i t \ K i : T i l l I ' m ! · 1' flames Has Jug, But Nothing For It * * * * + * Grimes Repartee Has Sting In It .;;j IMI Tnl. IF,, 1 ! 171 Vd'J inn ira ai; T-, lo". :7.-, I ' l l TO 1^! :l!l ( I t I17 USD 'i KIBKSKV 1'rcss Stuff Cwri'sp undo tit PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Oct. 8--Out on ttio field tho Win-ltl aetlft con'.H urc a couplt of championship bull clubs striving JTov thu highest in bn»cljuN Cnli li ihein behind Ihc acicm-i. tn itrca9in|^ niimis, and on* 1 inirts [hem human holies, with nil the laull-flndlng iitul humor u t thu most distant fans In thu bU-achcrs, Here ni'i' "Mime uf tho Ihiniifi ovcr- la thu tiiiB fiut- 11 nnd drt^mng H tlui'ln^ thu 1030 \Voild acrloi 1 Ofliiu'it, vstcrnn «f\t biM at tho St. I.tiiilH Cardinuls, wlio titw hvlf pliclii-d 5 hit. nimieH tlv Athletics mid l«f"t hnth ot ihi-in, tellinj; liow ho wo» golnft to tin-in the day bofoic thi- wei'lo» opunutL atill talhling about how ho WHS solfip to bCEXt them. A f t e r loalnf! the l i f t h etui"' Monday nt St. Loula, when Jimmy Puxjt hit hln home run with a runner on hnso ' n ll '° i"»th K ' I cnn't bcnl 'em without rtms," (!rlmTM "Let '«m cot me aomi* lima and I'll boat m ytit" Hnlnos, 37 ,vi'iu\ iild Cur... d I nn I |ilU:hrr u tnl oMiwt mftnlHT nf tin- St. l,onls (ftiin, w*iirlii|k' 11 two dnytt 1 jrrowlh ut ln»nr(l on ]!·» fniMi unil viirrylnp hmnn a jutr iiml ii wrtsl H-jitcli, iilt^-r Iwntlnc tin; Atlili'tk'H 3-1 lit thu fourth Riinui of Ihu Kt^rlcn. "t tintl jilnt ni unit deciilci) tn i)i i It If I culild plluli KIII^ nioru sitlil Itulnos, "hut I Iiml so nn)cli Bluff I'vi (kfllf(t / 4i« iiUrfi for A couplo nf morn yi nirs now,'' "IVJiuf* (lint j«K tnt, JCht«?" mi ni i'«n n sisk(;il. "I diin't kitiiw," tin r»|llr i fi. It t» nu\ but 1 don't knmv ivhut tn da with It no\v Hull I liitvci II." The cliffuieni'c between the Inter- given out by Connie Mack and Gnliby Stit-ot: Maclt. mfPtitiff the reporteis by appointment, and qitlo.kly annlyitlnB tho hitrh njiots of tho game In hla own shiTwit wny, places cmpbaaia on whnt he considers the turning point of Ihc K 1 " 11116 . Street ninkfs thf lepoitoia wftlt uncl then bawls thom out for crlti- olslnp hla tpnm altar they had lost the first two gnnica. "I shouldn't even talk to you follows for some or the stuff you wrote in FhlJmlPlphJn." he shouted. George Kiimshinv, A's blc rljrhl-liiuiilrr, pussine ly Or I r IPS on tho CnrdH Ix-neh before the fifth t'flnn 1 , ai "Hello Grlm Grimes rc "Hello, there ^lm Moore"--Jim MiMiro hclnjc u rootttu out of the minors only « tow weuUs, 1'ho IncUloitt nmtle Eiinisbuw it lilt ptiuvcil, nnd ho rngolvcd tn bent Grlmuft, which ho did with tho aid oC Jimmy Fox* tint) Lofty Grovo. (letting an easy Interview from inoilest Jimmy Foxx after ha had criu'ltci) hi* dramatic home run. "It was n ctti'vo ball outside, I tilt It n mile. It felt good. Say anything c\tt you like." ,Tim Botomley. standing under the Hltmtlg behind tho Cards' dugout In the ninth inning o[ the fifth game, gurgling his mouth with water iiml looking llttfi a man cairying o- hcnvy ?ond oti Ma mind. YOST AIDS BrJICMICAN tlty Mailed JVs.u,) A N K ARMOR, Mich., Oct, 8-- Wlchlfc'Mi'f liirlt of scoring punch against MlchiBon Stale htis brought Alhletit; Director Yost buck to his old role of conch In an oflort to nld Coach Klpkc In prcpnrutlona for tho Purdue battle Saturday. Yost Ravo the squrid tt number of new plays and offrreit in si I ruction to a number ol Individual players. North Egypt Standings I'll l nno LAST Wit I rv n triil I n, ii; il l-'nlil'lnl't. i;i; Sill I'm. II, l l r l i l L T . i u r r 12; Mt CnTMi"l, D. l.iuvrt'iHinvlll* 1 . f · vim-einHiH, hid ,_u_ EIJEMANN Expert Authorized! Service On Any Make of Magneto Deeatur Battery Service, Inc. 347 £, Main St. Phone 5335 PHILADELPHIA, OcL fr-Joe McCarthy, dcjwsed mnnaBar of tho Chicago Cuba, may or may not sign with tho New York Yankees us reported, but one thing was certain WodnOHday--liu will not rnttnaeo the Bo»to» Red Sox In 1031. Bob Qulnn, prnaldont of the Boston American league baseball club, made that clear in a statement leaned hero Tuesday night In which be said that "under no circumstances -will the Boston Hcd Sox consider McCarthy for manager," QuInn's statement follows! Mitdo Good Offer "After conferring with Joe McCarthy for moro than two houre during which conversation I made him the most generouH proposition r mads to anyone connected with the game of baseball, 1 am sntlnficd that I have dene every Hi Ins humanly possible to secure McCuthy'a services. "During the course o( our conver. nation be impressed me with the fact that he preferred to handle a ready-made ball club that required Itttle or no hnndMng. to one that needed alien lion. So, aflrr several days of consideration I have come to the conclusion that It would be a mistake to lot McCarthy shop around and then come to the Red Sox if he could not land elsewhere. "Therefore, under no clreum- atanceB will the Boston Red Sox consider Joo McCarthy tot man ager.' 1 * '«·' .Dlill'JCND ON VCNBVICH (B|/ U g M m i r r m } LAFAYETTE, Ind, Oct. 8--Alex Yunevich, who scored three touchdowns In ton minutes ofialnst Michigan lust year, Itj expecUtl to lead Purdue's offensive in the 1D30 clash Saturday, Four Teams Tied For Lead of North Egypt; Fain Lawrenc«v3!e, Defending Champs, To Get First Test This Week LEADERS TO MEET OLNEY, Ocl. 8--Conference vie- :oricn liwt week for Central la, ^airfield and Bridgeport threw the load- orehtp at the North Egypt conference Into four way tie between :he3o throe nnd Bert Danccy'o Plorn grid (lorn, who were Idlo laut week. Coach Trout's Centra Ma warrior* run over a smroll Olney eleven, 324 Id go port downed Mt, Cnrmel by a 12-0 Kcore and Coach Willis' Fairfield "MuicH" ah owed imcxpccteil strength whin they wnlloped tho liant Salem aggregation, 13 to 0, jawrcnoevlllc and Mt. Vcrnon have t to play a conference xannc, Lawrenceviltd, undefeated for two years, han only a fair teum thin aca- son, Not much has been learned concerning Mt, Vernon but Referee triggers who officiated the Otncy- iimtmlla game stated that a very good team WM beinR developed and :hat he believed would bo a stumbling block for On trull a when tlio wo teami meet Thunhttglvlng day, Central la will play Cnrlyle in ft non-conferenco game this wcfk, and luatine and Olney will e!as!i In Olney. Heading tho program la the conference tilt between Flora and ^airfield In Flora. Lawrfticevillc wilt rceelva Its first conference lent Saturday when It defends It* grid- Iron ngElnst Salem, Mt Carmel and Bridgeport have non-conference mes, the former playing Jleila Hleh In Evansvillo and Bridgeport entertaining Shcltiurn, Ind., In a night game Friday, SHIFT HOOSIEB WNEUP (Dti Unite* rrrn · BLOOMINOTON. Ind,, Oct, 8-Shift* In the Indiana vnr»lty huvo sent SaluHkl to halfback with K\ick ln» at tackle and Dickey and Bin- grave at end, Opash, another 90jho more, showed well In the backflehi nnd it IH likely that all of the new men will son action ngulnut Oklahoma A. M. Saturday. ielfs Win Surprise CARNERA HANDED SOUND DRUBBING ' BY SECOND RATER ____.. (v n n J'.vn.) BOSTON. Dot, «-- Th« Prlmn Cur- n«m inyih htm been nsplodcd., r*. veuUnn nothltw more lcrrlfyln K thnn «. hUBC. Blow ntun with itccond rule fighting aiiiiky, Th« revelation WIIPI nxido at llw oition Garden Wednesday »(){ltt when (ho jflant Italian heavyweight, confident of otlenOlnif hit* niwo than a score of conitoeiitlw knockout, vie- lorlfH, look on one Jimmy Maloncy, south Jlostan'M "tnl hoy" nnd w«« on r..««ff cil nnd out nwiiled In a 10. round bout. Wisik At PlnlNli Miiloncy, nonrlns; 30, nn-t with thfl niodt unimpt rtmlvi! mn't of record, wao oxppeted 1o pn«« from tho very quickly. InxMn!, (o the ment of )), Inrga ctvtwd, he momentfim with Ihn |iwnnij\)( of round until noor the end of. the bout ho was fighting blw blKger opponent off Ills feet, ingside cxperlM save Mnlimey th) fourth, sixth, (tuvenih, ninth and tenth round, and Camera the firnt, necond nnd thlri), urnfra welirhud 2fl8, Mnlotioy, 1(W. he defeat wan Cnrn*ra'« flrnt i)* 1 *- mck In thli country. Prior lo Wlny nlffhl'o ctt^acmetit, he h«d tiikrsn purl In *J3 mntchpn In tht* country, wltinlnMr 22 ly Itnockoutw, and on i! on a foul. The Mttlonoy bout was Ci»rnortt'» out flRhi In thin country before he Balln for Italy, where ho will bu received by HACK WILSON IS 'MOST VALUABLE 1 OF N,L SEASON Frisch and Terry Pnw Cubs' Slu W er For Writers Unofficial Honor VOTE IS CLOSE T V Twenty Try Out For Olney Tennis Squad OLNEY. Oct. #-Tennl# Coach R, Bomir Uarrelt l«nuvd a onll for Iho fnll priMUiM lit Olney Hlljh Monday, nnd nonrly twenty younn aBplnt answered the HiimntODR with a runh, "With five veteran racquet wMJ 'B left from lant yi«nr'» ,e«m, Conch Eiirrrtt In confident en liavlntf nn oxoeilent tenw thin your. Th* v erans are Fmnk Wcher. runner-up in the (tchonl tourney IUK! yeitr; Vln 'cent Vnn Cleve, J8SI) «chool «lmm *»(/ VHttrf HU, Oct. S-- Bu*bell wrltnrd hnv* nhrmn Hack WII. rnont vithuhl« )t«y*r In other no (Jons I |*i!Riw plny*n fho*en for (Lhelr vahi* irtt « Krl*ch, fit, 7rf»)» CsraJn*K 1ilnh»itt ntimhor of vow*, an4 Dill Terry of th" Ofant*, thtrd. WIlKnn received only one volt tor firm Mann, but he hud a toUl ot n points, fivo of the writer* picking him IIP iticoji)t flhokn Fl-lw:h «· wlvcd 44 polnu «nd Terry H. The wrltom voted for oth«r pt»y« er* iw follow*: Herman, Brooklyn, 3G; Klein, Phlltl«*r, S3; Cuylw, Oil. , 17; Wrlffhl, Brooklyn, !T( lndiitroni, N«w York, 17| p. W«. , Pittsburgh, HI Kitirliih, ChKuffl, M; T-rtjw?., nrooktyn, IS; H»rtnttt, Chicago, 10; Grime*, St. Louli, It Mumnvllle, IJiMton, 0; TB*,rs*t, Bonton 3; JnckKon, Now Tol'k, 7; M»n- I:UHO, 8t. LonlN, Q; Malon*, Ctilctfo, fi; IJiiutblt, St LoulD, 4; Trtynor, Pitmburuh 3; n-dbert, ft, Loot*, 9; 7ninthi)m. Plttuburrth, 3; Kremtr, PlHshurjth, 2; and Vance of Brook* lyn ant Holimann or Clnelnntt nch 1. t)lon; Kohert 3?l«rkbi)rn, Harold Colvin, and R»)ih Uoor«, Competition for thi* qutnUt wilt nily b* found amcnit ncnton Mo B)«i'l)en, Paul MrRrldt, »nd Churlti Roblniion, frenhmen; Fi-sd K«wt«m, Jr., Muriel Cuuthall, William 8tt»tr», H«rv«y Gllle(t])le, ftni) Jo« W*b*r, nlor«! nnd J(m W«b»r, Harv»y Hudson, Mertford Wtltton, *nd Rah- nrt Bnlvcly, Cooch l?«i'r*lt In «*· p 1*1 ion(·(,( tn tennlit, hmvlrtir *»»« · ni»i' In Mjtli Kchocl nf Oakland Cily-, T n d , nnd Biniileg champion »t Oak* fond City Coll«fte, ( , ' I I K V I ' P K BEL/eve - pRovi;s n OLDGOLD VOTED BEST TASTE TESTERS ByRobcrt Rtpley, Himself "Believe It or not . . . these men together earn over $250,000 yearly, * · on their sense of taste alone! "They are expert coffee tasters .% . the world's Supreme Court on taste matters .., and they have just put OLD COLD through the toughest test any cigarette has ever faced! "At my request, they sampled each of the four leading cigarettes with names concealed. Once . . . twice ... three times. Rated them all ... on flavor, aroma, general appeal,' "I was Impressed when OLD GOLD won. I was stunned when I looked sit the final score ... their verdict. "Believe It ornot, the keenest judges of taste the whole world knows picked OLD GOLD two to one over it$ nearest rival!" Believe It or not, t . Jiere't proo/t Here's the KOTO, checked u UMtal by a Certified Public Accountant. OLD COLD cboitn by 10 B«iMl"X" " " 5 Brand "Y" " " 4 Bread "Z" _ / Tout.,, 21 NOT A C O U G H IN A lEWSPAPEr

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