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THE DAILY REGISTER HARM9BURG, ILL.. SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1048 PAGK nvft By Al Copp L'lL ABNER Rockabyc AH'M IN.V-NOBODY KIM MP, PUM ADAM -, AfcMEPl /'·- -DOMTBEAFEED ] ^ T'JUMP IMTO j LI L ABNER'S MOW HE'S "\a/ANGCO~DVr, CF CHANGED.'J SHE KNOVJED AH ..... WASME-Stm'D NUNLAii. - X KNOCK M AH TEETH QUT.'tyJ J FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS " By Merrill Blosser *\ Oh, No, He Isn't i COPS ACE COMIN6 IM HERE-' SOMEBODY MUSF HAVE 1 REPORTED US MALT/THROW UP YOUR HANDS AMD STAY WHERE YOU D-D-OONt SHOOT/ SOUMOED To Me LIKE LARD/ BUT HE'S SUPPOSED TO BE . UNCONSCIOUS/ KEA StBVICE, IMC. T. *. BtO. U. ALLEY OOP FIT FOR A QUEEN. Jcanettc 4lttte"« of Liverpool holds* up the trophx after winning the British Women's Amateur Figure Skat- ,ng Championship in London. She Kill represent Britain in the Winter Ohmpic 1 . at St. Merit/. First Law School In 1782 Tapping Reeve established the first bw school in America at jjtchCeld, Conn. It was closed after similar schools were opened at Harvard, Yale, Virginia and Columbia. Complete Stock of Washer and Kadio Farts Ptnjt Stniu On,RtjBlrj Robson Radio Electric Service 2C6 L Pst'v Phone 174R1 Fuller Brushes Phone 678 Quicker Than a Pill By V. T. Hamlin COCTO'Z 3SONSON IS PCETTV SIC! THIS QUACKf*. OH. NO.' BY 6ADFBX HE AIN'T EVEN GONNA LOOK AT BJ?CNSC7N. f HOLY O7YV/ WHATTH YOU KNOW ABOUT . ADMINISTRATION EVE!?YBODY? Yankees snd Indians Have Classiest List of American League Rookies fe^T CHICAGO, Jan. 10--U.R--Ev- en- American League baseball club has a couple of potential THE SCOREBOARD earned run mark of 1.91 was low i for the Sally League. He also had 278 strikeouts in 254 innings. For Washington outfielder Gil rookie stars in the 1948 crop, the ror vvasmngion uuuieiuer uu league Service Bureau indicated c oan an d second baseman Al Ko- today, but the champion New zar look ii ke t h e best. Coan, up York Yankees and the challenging f rom Chattanooga for another Cleveland Indians appear to have -- · HENRY L. LIGHTFOOT LOANS Signature and Realty Collection Adjustment Service Ska'gs BIdg. Pho. 893-W-- INCOME TAX SERVICE Keaster Rug Upholstery Cleaning 503 W. South St. Phone 859R Harrisbtirg · Kirby Vacuum Clean* er Dealer ^ ^ _ ^* _______ COLLECTIONS fto ' «lw past da- accounts, noto and tad the classiest bunch of newcomers. Heading the list of stars for Cleveland is Albert Leonard Rosen, a third baseman for Oklahoma City last season who test, batted .340 in 1947 and made 199 hits stand up for 333 bases. ( Kozar hit .339 for New Orleans, probable chuck Stevens will return to the St. Louis Browns for a trial at first base. Stevens, let go by the Browns when they believed Jerry v/ividiiumu WHY mot. jv»jv» """Browns wiiuii uicj ueneveu jcn j ,won nearly every batting honor witte would handle the job, was in the Texas League. Young Ros- re-acquired from Toledo where en. who will be 23 on March 1, i n c hit .279 last year. Whitey the day the big leaguers can offi- pjatt. an outfielder who hit .305 cially open spring training, won f or Toledo last year, and Ned the batting crown with an average Carver, winner of 17 games for of 349, and also was first in hits. §an Antonio, also will get close extra-base hits, doubles and runs- inspection by Manager Zack Tay- BY HARRY GBAYSON" NBA Sports Editor L OS ANGELES, (NBA).--All athletic director Frank Leahy has to. do to know why Notre Dame is experiencing difficulty booking | a satisfactory football schedule is look at Coach Frank Leahy's record.- In seven years as a- head man, including the first two at Boston' College; Leahy's teams have won · Bull Dogs Drop 67-48 Tilt At [entralia Play Marion Here Tonight for Conference Game The bid of the Bull Dogs to knock Ccntralia out of the unbeaten class in the South Six race fell flat last night when the local cag- crs went to pieces in the second quarter of the tilt played in Centralia and lost 67 to 48. A third quarter comeback by the Bull Dogs was short and the Orphans went on to win by 19 points. Ccntralia's small team proved too fast for the Harrisburg boys and time after time, especially in the second quarter, the Orphans got away from their defensive men to score easily. They scored seven times on sleepers, which is a good indication of how they caught the local aggregation flat-footed during that wild second quarter. And Centralia was hitting. The Troutmen only tried two long kiss shots from the center of the floor and b'oth of these went through the hoop. Most of the other baskets were made at close range. Cummins Scores 20 Points Herb Cummins kept the game from being a complete rout for Harrisburg. Herb scored 20 points during the fracas to be high point man of the game. He was followed by Centralia's cotton-topped Schlict- man, who garnered 17. The first quarter, a high scoring frame, wasn't so bad, although Harrisburg trailed, 15 to 20, at the end of the period. Floyd Jones gave Harrisburg the only lead it had during the game when he connected with one of his one-handed push shots six seconds after play had started. But six seconds or less later Locke slipped through for a basket to tie the count and when Schlictman dropped one in from close range Centralia took a lead it never lost. Orphans Rjish Bull Dogs Vinson, Brown, Cummins, Jones and VanderPluym started for Harrisburg, being pitted against Schlictman, the two Wilsons, John and Jerry, Locke and Morgan. Coach Ralph Davison inserted Catlin into the fray midway in the first frame but VanderPluym went back in shortly before the period New Fish Product Blue mnrlin, heretofore known only to sporting fishermen vacationing oil the west coast, luis made Its debut to the general public In tin cans. Gunned In brine, the pink- fleshed marlin may become a favorite along with the salmon and tuna that were unknown to the public less than 33 years ago. Now InvUlbto Ey«« Contact lenses uro Invlilblo t«ni«i which at under the eyelid. More Umns 10.000 people In Uio United Stntw arc wearing them, some for counetle reasons, others because they ar« th« only type of lens which cnn bo effectively used in most cases of conical cornea and some cases of cor- ncal srars. Are you running behind this month? Midwinter expenses, following the holiday season, are putting a strain on many a budget. Instead of letting bills accumulate, why not pay them with a friendly cash loan? Then you can spread the payments over many months. Phone or come in. We'll gladly help. UP TO 20 MONTHS TO REPAY Harrisburg Phone 454. batted in. In addition his 25 home runs were good for second place in that department. Two New Catchers Joe Tipton. whose .375 average won the Eastern'League championship, while he was with Wilkes-Barre last season, is one of two catchers which Manager Lou Boudreau will test for the Indians. The other is Ralph Wiogel. up from Baltimore, chcrs, Boudreau lor. No collection, no charge! I} - N s lcr Collection Agency 2 L. Walnut I'honc 113 MOTSINGER AND ROSE Bonds and Insurance I' 1 : S. MAIN ST. I'hone 655R 3Vxi-m J E. "Pcie" ROM Maxim Wins Fight Decision Over 0!!e Tandberg NEW YORK, Jan.. 10-- (HE)-Joey Maxim of Cleveland established himself today as .one of the . . ,_ . , . rt ,,_,. .,.._ most dangerous men in 'the heavy- dv. whose ID victories against uvo . h * k ag a u o£ Ms de _ losses with Scranton last season . * ovjr OHe Tandbergt the won him a big league trial Swedish heavyweight champion The \ankces, V1 ^ a rookie . Joe Baksi crop valued around $000.000- * while it was true that Tand- icst three standout Pitchers. Bill ' , fc j more lik omis . Mght. who won 16 i and lost nine [ i n 0 a m a t e u r than a heavyweight Among the pit, ,, _- has Bill Kennc- 'dy. whose 15 victories against two JMght. who won 16 i and lost nine in g 0amateur than a heavyweight or Kansas City m 1947 Frank r . hc hcld a 2 l-ound . D. A. LEHMAN EVE, EAR, NOSE. THROAT Glasses Filled. c n j2 3 , x ?J lh Vi «c Street =»itc J-Harrisburj; Hospital GOODRICH TIRES lasscn-jcr. Truck, Tractor HARRISBl-RG a*F?' KA -TTERY ^t. loplar Terms 174R1 Insurance Harker Miley 'C'l "·»* · -- _ " come Hiller and Fred Bradley, who com bined to win 28 for the same club. Gus Niarhos. a Greek catcher from the same farm team, also will get a tryout, and is boomed as a probable major league star. He was described as a good hitter.' with a .321 average, a good arm ij* ,,' and good fielding ability. Red Sox Rookies contender, hc held a 21-pound weight advantage over Maxim-and that was not too easy to over- his Even though Ollc spent most of - · -about the decision to c .-- Referee Edlie Joseph and Judge George Le- timc floundering took a split cron both gave Maxim seven of "A'.i 41,,. v.. n inn rAcfor the ten rounds and, Tandberg the 9^^£ C r^^ ^fn" other three. But Judge Charlie ' (Shortess scored five rounds for fielders Cliff Mapcs and Ed Stew':.Tandberg. four for Maxim and one v-a ·· The United Press awarded the fight to Maxim, giving him five rounds. Tandberg four and one cvcn Ihomc floor'to the host team. Maxim, who has lost to Jersey . I" addition. , . Joe Walcott two out of the three mg times they have met. moved in of his vic- the 10,488 batted .308 in 1947 and won the American Association runs batted in title while Stewart balled at .358. The Boston Red Sox also will try out a large number of rookies, with Bill Goodman, an outfielder from Atlanta the probable f . .._ ,, ,, star. Goodman hit .340 in 94|gjj c JTM^ games last season. Another S«- fc - w ^p^inting $43,670. den prospect was George «i£ * B A son. from Roanokc with a .357 - average which was good for sec- Minli School ond in the Piedmont League. Hc 9f ·* won five titles, including runs j Basketball batted in. In the infield the Red Sox will test Chuck Koney. a slick fielder who batted .292 for Louisville. Jim Dclsing, who had a trial with the While Sox last season, will be back again this year with another chance for an outfield berth. Hc balled .316 for Hollywood last year. Grovcr Bowers al 61 games, tied four and been beaten only five times. His Notre Dame Varsities have won 41, tied four and lost only three. Le'ahy's last threeVtearris topped the national - poll at the end of their seasons-- 1943-46-47. During those years the Irish bagged 26, held a great Army side to a less tie and was shaded only by Great Lakes on a pass thrown in desperation in the closing seconds. Leahy's teams of 1941-46-47 were unbeaten. The Irish will be protecting an unbeaten string of 19 games when they open next fall. TJTHILE the 1947 edition was TM Notre Dame's first unbeaten and untied outfit since 1930, the immortal Knute Rockne's last year, a perfect record is nothing to get excited about in South Bend. The 1947 squad was the 17th to go through undefeated in Notre Dame's 59 -years of football, the : 10th to finish unbeaten and untied. 'The all-time 'figures are 369 victories. 29 ties and 77 losses since ·1887. ' Don't let anyone tell^you Army. Michigan 'and Illinois dropped Notre' Dame' for any other reason ·than that the Celts were too good. . The 13 who played their last :game for Notre Dame in the scalp- ling of Southern California. 38-7, nclude the remarkable quarterback and passer Johnny Lujack, and backs Bob Livingstone, Floyd Simmons and Bill Gompers. the stickout tackles. Ziggy Czarobski and Capt. George Connor, and guard Joe Signaigo. Such a loss would wreck the average college squad, but as formidable as those stalwarts were, they'll hardly be missed at South Bend. Wait and see. Frank Tripucka. for example, edged Lujack in passing percentages the past campaign, and the finest freshman squad in years is coming up. As someone remarked, the greatest college game of the season could have been arranged on the Notre Dame campus simply by letting Lujack and Tripucka choose sides. Even Michigan's presence m the Pasadena Bowl didn't end the talk of Notre Dame's smashing victory over Southern California. The ground out here is still shaking from Notre Dame's explosive bursts. m _ But why pick on .Leahy? Notre Dame \Vas too good long before he arrived. Leahy is only getting the most out of extraordinary talent. And remarkable football material just naturally flow's to Notre Dame. ' " Pekin Drops 52-51 Tilt to Streotor; Robinson Wins SPRINGFIELD, 111., Jan. 10- OLE)--it was a rough night for the favorites on Illinois high school basketball courts last night Among the teams that had been tabbed to win but didn't were some of the state's strongest -Pekin, Lawrenccville, Canton and Clinton. All four lost on enemy courts, demonstrating again the often decisive advantage of the . so will seek an outfielder's job with the Sox. boasting a .375 bat- tinn mark which won the Southeastern League title in 1947. Tony Lupicn comes up from Hollywood 'to try to oust Rudy York at first base with a .341 mark. Detroit Prospects Detroit's probable best rookie is George Vico. a lanky first baseman who batted .307 with Portland last year. Ar.Dthei tnfieid prospect is Johnny Lipon, «p, from Dallas, while Steve ONeill has two good oulficlding prospects, John Groth, from Williamsport, Pa., and Earl "Rapp, from Buffalo. Lccland Victor Brissie, known better as "Lou," is the star of the Philadelphia rookie roster. Bnssie won 23 games while losing five for Savannah last \c-ar ana ms By United Press Robinson 52. Lawrenccville 8. Marion 63. Bcnlon 59. Ml. Vcmon 48. West Frankfort 4 Salem 67, Fairficld 42. PinckncyviHc 78. Anna-Joncs- boro 25. 0 Murphysboro 46. Chester 38. Hcrrin" 53. Zciglcr 48. Flora 39, Olncy 37 Mi, Carmcl 37, Bridgeport 27. Collinsville 79. Alton 39. Sparta 52. Carbondale 48. Sesscr 45. Carbondale Um. High 'feast Rockford 53. West Rockford 52 (double overtime). Elkvillc 37. Cartorville 35. Pans 48, Vandalia 44. Danville 56. Champaign 51. Dccatur 36. Matloon 34. . Johel 41. East .Aurora 26. Streator 52, Pekin 51. Kcwanec 55. East-Molme 38. Ouincy 48, Canton 42 Galcsbure 51, Monmouth 42. SprSgflcld 49. Bloomington 3 _ J '' .v- AKrif/tn 35 ttvet v i*m\r+ ,*jn*w*r j*»^r *.·*»»*·« ·»-- 9 ~ -- -Grange and others before they managed -to win. Biggest upset of the night was Streator's 52 to 51 defeat of Pekin.-which had enjoyed the top spot * in the last. two downstate prep ratings. Robinson Wins The Chinks, playing on their Big Twelve rival's floor, just couldn't handle forward Bob Miller, who dumped in 22 points and gave the Bull Dogs their winning marker with a free throw in the last five seconds. It'was the first defeat in eight games for Pekin. The Chinks had been heavily favored to beat 40. Urbana time). . 37, Clinton 35 (over- is, 47 to 45: Decatur, which edged strong Mattoon. 36 to 34. East Rockford, which nipped its city rival. West Rockford, 53 to 52 in a double overtime, and La Grange. No. 3 downstate team this week, which just got by Maine of DCS Plaines, 37 to 36. In other games involving Top 15" clubs. Collinsville. rated second, routed Alton. 79 to 39: Pinck- neyvillc. No. 7, dumped Anna- Joncsboro. 78 lo 25. and "Waukegan. No. 13, bounced Highland Park, 55 to 36. Standout games tonight match Edwardsville and Collinsville. Canton and Galcsburg. Salem and Mt. Vcmon. and Paris and Chares- kcc. Another ended. During this first period Harrisburg was being rushed more than it seemed the local boys cared about and the Bull Dogs were having a little difficulty in getting the ball over the center line, much less work the ball in smoothly for shots. And Centralia was having one of its big nights in con nccting with the basket. The Bull Dog height 'advantage was useless in the second frame when the locals were otitscored, 20 to 4 Five minutes had elapsed before Bobka, a substitute, sent the ball through the hoop for the first local score. . When the rout was at its height Davison sent in Cline for a few minutes, then sent in his second Stringers. Kibier, Hensley, Bobka and Pavelonis to work with Cummins. But nothing seemed to stop the Centralia rout. Bull Pups Lose With the original lineups starting for both schools Harrisburg outplayed and outscored the Orphans in the third quarter, accumulating 19 points to only six for Centralia, but Centraiia still had an eight- point lead as the period ended. In the early stages of the final period the Bull Dogs pulled up to within five points of the Troutmen, 44 to 49 but Schlictman put six points through the hoop before Harrisburg could score again ana the game belonged definitely to Centralia. . r Harrisburg was hitting its free ihrows. connecting with eight out of 12. Ccntralia hit 11 out of 24 In a jT enminary co:!tcsl - tne Bull Frps lost to the junior Orphans. 50 to 47. Tonight Marion comes to Harrisburg for another South Six conference. Harrisburg, with a victory, can rise above the .500 mark in loop play, as the Bull Dogs hold a conference record of two wins and two losses. Marion, victor over Bcnlon last night, has won two and lost three. Harrisburg defeated Marion. 57 to 51. in a contest at Marion Dec. 19- Tonight, Saturday -- 6 p. in. 14c and 40c News of the Day V March of Time - "The Presidential Year" IK Sun. 2 p. in. -- Mon. 6 p. m. -- Tues. 6 p. m; i4c and 40c JUNE ALLYSON PETER LAWFORD PATRICIA MARSHAL! JOAN McCRACKEN ton. Galatia, Rosiclare In Conference Tie Galatia and RosSclarc today remained tied for the lead of the Little Egyptian basketball conference with five wins and a loss following loop victories last night upset was Robinson's 52 to 48 triumph over Lawrence ville in a game matching teams which held the No. 9 and No. 4 spots respectively, in last weeks United Press ratings. The con- was close and rough most of 9 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 45 to 39. Galatia, which has won nine games out of 12 this year, had suffered ils only league defeat al t g » " JJ the hands of Cavc-in-Rock earlier vuil u in the year and it was by a one- point margin. . Last night Griffiths. Galatia Box score of last Harrisburg (48) FG Vinson 5 Brown Cummins Jones VanderPluym Catlin Clinc Henslcy Pavelonis Bobka Kibler Totals Ccntralia (67) Schlictman John Wilson Jerry Wilson Locke Morgan Smith Parkinson Flagg Nicholas Spurgeon FT 0 1 * 2 1 4 0 0 0 0. 0 0 TP 10 5 20 7 4 0 0 0 0 2 0 PF 3 1 5 5 2 2' 0 0 0 2 1 Tonite 6 p. m. -- Saturday 1:30 p. m. Double Feature -- 12c and 35c IN Chapter No. 2. Thrilling New Chapter Play Jungle Girl. Will Be Shown at All Shows Friday and on Saturday at 1:30 and 3:15. Sunday 2 p. m. -- Monday 6 p. m. 12c and 35c player, made a field goal and two UrbSS, whfch lost a double]center, was high scorer with I, overtime to Decatur Tuesday points, night, went into another overtime last night but came out on top. upsetting Clinton, 37 lo 35. Favorites who had close calls but won included Pana, which beat Vandalia, 48 to 44; Edwardsville, which downed East SU Lou- tnysiclans Arc Active Three-fourths of th« 200.000 physicians in tbe Unitc-d Siatc-j are engaged in CCtivc pTCiiice. according . to the Bureau of "fwcdlcal Economic Research. fcrd 33. STANWYCK-NIVEN RICHARD CONTE GILBERT ROtAKD loiais 28 11 67 11 Officials: Search of Chester and Darrow of Cairo. College Scores By United Press James Million 71, SIU 53. . Kentucky State 58, Valparaiso fj 58. Texas A M 51. California 39, Stan- The Daily Register, 20c a week. NEWSPAPER!

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