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THE DAILY REGISTER, HABKISBURG, ILL., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14. 1948 PAGE SEVEN, Source of K»ro Add f ^v s-klii of cranberries It ^.VYnown source of unolle lf v.rncled from the pulp and cldl ? e nftcr the borrics hnvc Kln * Jn lc into processed cranberry c " l i e rare add 1-extreme- RED RYDER Grandstand Seat By Fred JJcmnan This i* the season for . coughs and colds. Be Prepared! Check this Hsi 'or your medicine cabinet! VITAMINS ASPIRIN COLD TABLETS NOSE DROPS COUGH SYRUP ELECTRIC HEATING PADS CAMPHORATED OIL FEVER THERMOMETERS RUBBING ALCOHOL and other household remedies. Ezra and Carl L. Harris Prescription Pharmacists Carrier Mills, III. GOLP WILL BE IK) THE EXPRESS G*R SAFE-OKARCH6E' HERE'S EWOSIMES -- ALLEY OOP And Who Else By V.T. Hamlin fliiO A LONG / LOCK-WITH THI5 } / 7^E2E.' V£?U SEE? -SHE'S WAY5T0 KEEP I YOUNQ UADY ILL I 50NE...IN THIS INSTANCE. A PATIENT... VSHOW OU HOW / V UNCOUNTED MILLIONS BUT ILL HAVE NO TKUCK WIT ' 'TUE. TIME- MACHINE.' 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AROUND IKISSIM'OURGALS.1" T - R T'TH NEAREST TREE. /T-UP AM' \ STOLE EVEKI ^ (jGU.'. r } THOSE AWAY FUM OS.'/"- GLAD YO 1 FEELS THET V/« SON/?'- KIMELY FOLLY US 'TH' NEAREST T'Lf'L ABNER-- By Merrill Blosser FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS It Sinks In AH-HA!KIDS. ) i HAVE A HUMCH.' vV t GOT A NICE, SHARP PIN 2 1 HOPE AKE YOU UNCONSCIOUS THEM YOU WONT MIND WHAT I'M ABOUT TD DO TO VOU / ME PLAYED A YOU L CCULO SWEAR L CPEM HIS cYES/ GOTTA WAKE DIRTY TRIOC OfJ UKF THAT.' 'OPS ARE SURE SCRAGGED RIM / LARD UP-OR. W5'RE SUNK/ 1 COPR. 19*8 BT J«£A SERVICE. INC. Paris Beats Robinson Squad, 39-37 SPRINGFIELD, 111., Jon. 14-- U.W--Paris high school celebrated its 39 to 37 victory over Robinson today, but the defending state champions needed two free throws in the final seconds of the game to squeeze by. The win v gives the Tigers a 13 to 1 won and lost record, and made them more than ever a threat as a repeated for championship honors at Champaign in March. Paris dropped a lone game to Salem. , Paris and Robinson were rank ed No. 4 and 5, respectively, in United Press' weekly ratings of the "Top 15" prep basketball teams in the state^ In the upset of the evening, Casey slipped by Centralia, 52 to 49. The Orphans were regarded by observers early in the season as one of the powers of southern Illinois. Lawrenceville, currently ranked No. 6 in the weekly poll, did the expected by shellacking a luckless Oblong squad, 86 to 30. Herrin was never in serious trouble in its win over Du Quoin, 61 to 50, and Pana, ranked No. 12, turned in its llth win in 13 starts by dumping Springfield Cathedral 65 !to 51. Two Big Scraps Friday Springfield High school won the Capital City basketball title by trouncing the Feitshans Flyers, 65 to 41. The Flyers took a surprise lead in the early minutes of the game, but the Senators recovered to lead 28 to 24 at the half. In another intra-city match, Peoria Manual whipped East Peoria, :54 to 34. In other games, Streator turned back Ottawa, 35 to 24; Vienna squeezed by Metropolis, 57 to 55; Litchfield whipped Greenville, 51 to 50; Madison beat East St. Louis, 51 to 40; Havana beat Beardstown, 41 to 36; Bloomington walloped Normal University High, 35 to 20, and Kankakee won over St. Anne's, 69 to 43. Two big scraps are carded Friday. The Pekin Chinks, No. 2 in 'the weekly poll, come up against a ! tough Canton squad, and La Grange and Glenbard, two northern Illinois choices in-the "Top 15," put up their impressive records . ·ITHS Letters Awarded To .Members of Fresh- Soph Football Team Football awards were presented to 25 members of the HTHS freshman-sophomore football team yesterday afternoon at the high school, Athletic Director Ralph Davison announced today. The frosh-soph squad was coached by James Beers. Ten freshmen were included in the group getting awards. The group consisted of the following: " Ronnie Zicgler, Robert Reynolds George Henley, James Vinson, Har- Ian Scats, Robert Hudncll, Jack Lasersohn, Frank Logsdon, Bob Roper, Alex Azar, Odell Jordan, Bob Conover, Ernie Flota, Roy Hughes, Chailes Hughes; Merle Nelson, Val Gibbons, Billy Herrmann, Charles Williams, Bill Hart, John Boicourt, Dooley Gilchrist, Glendall Rockwell, Johnny Wells, Jim Bramlct. Child Guidance Clinic al S1U On January 21-22 CARBONDALE, 111., Jan. 14-Dr. Harry Segenreich, psychiatrist for the Illinois Institute for Juve-, nile Research, will be a new consultant at the quarterly Child Guidance Clinic at Southern Illinois University Jan. 21 and 22, according to Dr. W. A. Thalrnan, clinic director. The clinic, held once each quarter, is jointly sponsored by the University and the Institute. Mrs. Eadith Moreles. Institute psychiatric social worker, who has participated in many of the clinics here, will also serve as a consultant. She will lead a discussion on "Symptoms Indicating Maladjustment of the School Child," Wad- nesday, Jan. 21, at 3 p. m. Children to be studied at this clinic have already been notified. Dr. Thalman said. Teachers and others who wish to bring children to some future clinic should contact him and make the necessary arrangements. University students will also have the opportunity for individual conferences with Dr. Segen- reich and Mrs. Moreles. Dr. Thalman added. . Staffings and seminars of the clinic, to be held in Mam Building 101, are open to students and faculty. Staffings are scheduled Golden Gloves { Bouts al Cenkalla ,' ir ^f JL, February 9-10-16 I The Tenth Annual Egyptian^ Golden Gloves tournament to de/ tcrmine the southern lllinoitf- championships will be held, in^ Trout gym at Ccntralia Feb. 1 9,_ 10 and 1C, it was announced today*, by Norman Hoffman, 'chairman ot,| the Golden Gloves committee at,,, Ccntralia. * ~ ' The Ccntralia tournament. tea, sponsored by the Ccntralia Sentinel^ and the American Legion. -There arc two divisions, the open and the novice. The classes are the flyweight, 112 pounds; ban- | tamweight. 118 pounds; feather- , weight, 126 pounds;, lightweight, i 135 pounds; welterweight, 147 i pounds; middleweight, 160 pounds; | light heavyweight, 175 pounds; and* heavyweight, over 176 pounds. One* pound is allowed over class weight. Contestants will report forj weigh-ins and physical examina-, tions on the first day from 2 to 4 p. m. Age limit for contestants is 16 to 35 years. No entries will be ac- ; cepted from applicants who have [ participated for a period of four* years or more in Golden Gloves' tournaments. 1 The tournament is sanctioned by; the Central Association Amateur; Athletic union. Prizes will be giv-! en all winners and expenses will, be paid to all contestants. Win-1 ners will participate in the Goldertj Gloves tournament in Chicago Feb., 23, 24 and 25, ali expenses paid j Entry blanks may be obtained] from Norman Baker, luT-'Northi Oak street, Centralia, 111. Entries: close Feb. 7. There is no entry fee. * Penalty Fits Crime CHEYENNE, Wyo. (U.E)--Juve-| rile Judge A. J. Williams decided* that four 11-year-old boys who* think it's fun to turnjn false fire'. alarms need to learn how, a fire; : department works. He ordered the; four boys to report to the' fire . chief daily for ten days to do odd; : jobs about the fire house for one ; hour each day. * at 1 and 2 p. m., and seminars at $ 3 p m . Mornings will be devoted^, to case study examinations - byf members of the professional staff* of the clinic. y INCOME TAX SERVICE m Breadon Of Dinner Sy Bows Out · "" esfimoniol 1,000 ST LOUIS, Mo., Jan. 14--O-- that he expected it to take his full Sam Breadon, the Irish immigrant attention. boy who rose to the top and other gifts presented to Bread- pulled his baseball team up with on included a watch, presented him, bowed out of the game ofh-'on behalf of the National league dally today with the praise o f i b y its president, Ford Fnck, and some of the most prominent men a se t O f golf clubs and golf balls, in sports and politics ringing in The main speaker at the ban- Keaster Rug Upholstery Cleaning 503 W. South St. Phone 859R Harrisburg Kirby Vacuum Cleaner Dealer COLLECTIONS Ww ties* past due accounu. not« and bad «* »iu'i w Wt collttl from anyone, ajjr- »i*T, IT ti-t N"o collection, no charge! M. D. Xcslcr Collection Agency 302 E. Walnut Phone 113 JL lit llid* 11 o^/v.******* *·» »---- -- , his cars quct was Lon 0. Hocker, attorney i Breadon, who had never seen a f o r the baseball club for 35 years, baseball game until he came to St. | H e said the Cardinals were Louis from New York in 1903, j"unique" in baseball. No other told more than 1,000 persons who team in either league "has what packed the Gold Room of the Jef- appears to be a soul,' he said, ferson Hotel last night that he first He pra i se a the ability of the invested in the St. Louis Cardinals I layers and the management alike as a contribution to a community (foj .- thcir a biiity to bounce back drive. , from adversity and their ability "I knew quite a lot about Dasc-j to «. p ; ck themselves up off the ball by that time." he said. l! ma t and go on to even better had read about the game m the i thinj;s ., newspapers and I followed the THE SCOREBOARD BY HARRY GRAYSON NBA Sports Editor nOSTON (NEA).--When Joe McCarthy and the ' Boston five years later? is-game winning streak that Yet here they are, and a lively kn ° cked th e rac e in that wheel encounter it is going to be. - nto a coc k e d hat. The violent upsurge of tbe long- playing at night for the first lowly Braves under Southworth is time and making a surprising the principal reason for/McCarthy s showing that swept them from last return to baseball via the Red Sox. to fourt h, the Braves played to Until 1946, with the exception of 934,000 paid admissions » agams* ·33 when the Braves drew 518.855 Uhe pennant-winning Red Sox to 'Braves Field, the club hadn't | IAIR nno. had a paying season since George performed "" f "TM° A IICWajJUl»Vlo en iv. * batting averages while I was still in New York. . "After I came, to St. Louis, i Others who attended the dinner included Lt. Gov. Walter Davis of Missouri, Aloys P. Kaufmann, may- MOTSINGER AND ROSE Bonds and Insurance 171= S. MAIN ST. Phone 655R J. E. "Pete" Rose . . , s , j^-. Baseball Commis- even attended a few games *TM sloncr A . B . Chandler, and promi- when I invested that first §zou snorts figures, in the club, I thought of it merely nent s P ons "» uici as a donation." Credit to Rickey Despite that early . D. A. LEHMAN EYE, EAR. NOSE, THROAT Glasses Fitted 203 North Vine Street 4-Harrisburg Hospital GOODRICH TIRES Passenger, Truck, Tractor ^ HAKRISBVRG TIKE BATTERY E. Poplar Terms 171RI Insurance Harker Miley AGENCY ^« F ,^ --, impression, Breadon in 30 years managed to run that original investment into a thriving business which he sold to a syndicate headed by former Postma'ster General Robert b. Hanncgan for 53.500,000. Breadon said that much of the credit for the Cardinals' success should go to Branch Rickey, for- 'mcr vice president and general manager of the club. Rickey developed the Cards' farm system, the first in organized baseball. Rickey, now boss of the brook- Ivn Dodgers, the Cardinals most powerful rival in the league, was scheduled to speak at last nights . * «· T.**4 *»* Cape Girardeau Piays SiU Tonight Af Carbondaie CARBONDALE, 111., Jan- . Tonight the Southern Illinois L-ni- \crsity Maroons open the 1948 athletic season when thc play host to the Indians of Cape Girardeau at 8:15 in the Southern gym- 14-- B UT the trade warmed up when Louis R. Perini, Guido L. Rugo and Joseph Maney took over m 1944. As far back as the oldest inhabitants could remember, one of the Hub customers* main complaints was absentee ownership. something Boston had had nothing else but. They have been fairly happy with Thomas Austin Yawkey in the American League pic- lure but still the lumber Croesus is a New Yorker. Here at last on the National League side, Boston had three SSSSrown and self-made con- t °actor?who were willing to spend n^sium. The Maroons already hola two victories over the Cape five. In December Southern topped Cape r,? to 45 on the Cape floor in a i Rugo and Maney made ^rtert move when they de- ddcd to start at the top by bring- ine in Southworth and giving him the - r total atte ndance at home was no more ^ n 148,545 admissions-- 14 27,000 for the Red Sox ana j 573,455 for the Braves. ^ e Red Sox were ^fPP 011 *: men ts finishing second. The Braves were p i ea sing performers climbing to third .-j^t £5 too close for contforf accounts for McCarthy and the purchase O f Vernon Stephens, btan Spencet Jac k Kramer and Ellis Kinder by the Red Sox. 1 Th e Braves put it ^ o ^ f * 0 Re d Sox in football, Boston Col- tege playing to 250,00 · pa* ad- ,,**»* «£»£TM*^5 bleachers ever built and zccom- m odating 12.300. Bojon Um«r- si t y played to less than 50,000 at Fenway Park. . ^CnCllUICU IV »»«;«»» *·*· "~~- --£y-- .ji tv «t^ vii "11 *- ·*"-!-- -- - - . testimonial dinner, but his plane featured by rough play. "- - ' - ^--v «" 1 - h ^- ^.w Year's Dav a wider margin was established "when the Holder- men won 63 to 43 m the first round of Ihe Yinccnnes Holiday Tournament . . . Cape's team is paced o inc ir classv, hot shooting forward Lplon -_T'lim \»/.0TMhan. six fCCt flVC %.v^»«««*v«"w» ·· m _ · « !*·- was grounded al New \ork o\ bad weather. Telegram from Truman Among tributes to ihc Irish extrovert, who began his career by scllinc popcorn at UMS 1904 World's Fair, was a telegram ^7u^ ,, v .... ciass*. »"t *iiw""i» · " · . , " » «,.« from President Truman and Bill McGcchan six feet hve "Dear Sam." it said, "this trib- irtCh sop homore center A tmrd ute to vou is richly deserved. ou ist a nding member oi me ^pc Baseball is indebted to you for ° uintct is j ack Kloslcrman, a Ccn- , what you have done to Keep it at a level of high integrity - ccr- SALINE COUNTY CREDIT BUREAU CREDIT REPORTS COLLECTION SERVICE Building Phone 678 tr;slja pro duct. Sou thcm forward Joe Mn B. Owen, J. P. ' ·* S. Main phone 655W Drivcrs ' L 'cense, Mortgages. HIV lii^fc *§··«*- ··- , . ccrning the Cardinals, nis were disregarded. Hanncgan P«»c ntc f. hll 5,,i l i_ f * 1 time gold pass to the Cardinal ga^csS promised he would not be disappointed in what he saw "You wil! continue to see gas! house baseball," he said. The Cardinals arc prepared. \vc arc ready (or 1948." Receives Other Gifts Hanncgan said that he is through with politics for all lime. He said that from now on his job will be running the Cardinal* and the sK tSS: UR w«s :2d!?5!X" I Si, »afis ·^ vinfa arid Huches al the for I o£ JSu? cJSteii Qucntin Stinson slots. Bcgistcrcd Horses Pcrchcro^s constitute hall of al the registered horses In the United States, including light horses. the Bosox got off to a phenomena^ there running start, the Braves enjoyed the thcir biggest advance scat sale in but patronage Sll high- Hunting Season on Fur Animals Ends At Noon Thursday SPRINGFIELD. HU Jan. 14-- U£) state Director of Conservation Livingston E. Osbornc reminded sportsmen today that the lunline season for raccoon. minK. opossum, skunk and muskrat closes at noon Thursday. The season for hunting red and gray fox will close in the southern conservation zone, but remain open in the ccr.tral and northern zones where there is no closed season for these animals. Osborne said the game code also requires hunters to dispose of their season's catch of fur bearing animals 20 days after the end oi tnc season. High School Basketball Scores By United Press Paris 39, Robinson 37. Casey 52, Ccntralia 49. ATmaJoncsboro 44, Carbondaie 41, Lawrencevillc 86. Oblong 30. Herrin 61, Du Quoin 50 Vienna 57 Metropolis 5o. Olney 33 Bridgeport 2o. Elkv'ille 38 Chester 27, Zeigler 52 Cartcrville 44 Pana 65 Springfield Cathedral Total Scaring CHICAGO, Jan. 14-aj.E)-The prospects for Wisconsin's basketball -team retaining the Big Nine championship were a good pit brighter today than they were for Bobby Cook, the Badgers high scoring forward, to retain his individual league scoring title. The Badgers, with four straight Big Nine victories, were the only team undefeated in league play, but Cook was in second place m the scoring race, and his average was only fourth. .. The sparkplug of the title-grab- ing Wisconsin five last year; CooK won the individual scoring crown with 187 points in 12 games. 10- day he has 62 points for four games, just under the average he hit last season. Mclntyre Average Best Murray Wier. a slender redheaded sharpshooter for Iowa took over the lead m total points with 65 in three contests, one less than Cook has played. Jim Mclntyre. giant Minnesota center, was sixth in total points, with 45, but he has played only two games and his average of 2£ points per game was tops for the league. Wier was second in averages with 21.7. And if the Hawkeye and Gopher stars continue at their present pace they 11 probably run a neck and neck race for the individual crown. Wier and Mclntyre were the only players in the league with an average of over 20 points, but Bill Slicklen, Northwestern s crack forward, was in third place m averages with a mark of 16. Sticklen who has played in three games, has hit 43 points. Indiana Tops Team Averages Onlv two teams. Wisconsin and Ohio " State, have played four games, but this edge gave them four men among the top ten scorers The Badgers placed Cook S center Doif RchfcldL with 49 'points, while for Ohio State D«ck ^SchnUUccr. with 577 POKrts. and Neil Johnston, with 38, were in the top ten. . , Of the three teams which have played only two games. Minnesota. Michigan and Purdue, only Mcln- 'tyrc was able to get into the leading scorers list Team averages showed that Wisconsin, despite four straight victories, was second in scoring ana third in defense. The .Badgers have averaged 57.25 JPpmls per game compared to the 08 mark set tip bv Indiana, which counted 71 against Ohio Slate ^"^-.PSf fcnsivcly Wisconsin has Permitted its opponents an average of 50.5 points per game compared to 46 [or Michigan and 50 for Iowa. Tonite 6 p.,m. - Thursday 6 p. m. Guns too Aof to BANDL1 vWomentoo Streator 35, Ottawa 24. College Scores Far Traveline Bird The surfblrd breeds in Alaska J and winters as far south as the ' Straits of Magellan. By United Press SU Louis U. 68. Long Island a7. Michigan State 57, Marqucttc 54. Butler 67, DePauw 42. Lincoln School Cagers Play Tonight At Carrier Mills ···MV -- Tonite 6 p. m. Double Feature -- 12c and 35c Dal* EVAKS W*rren XKHJCMS The Lincoln . . c will go to Carrier Mills this ning ?o meet the Dunbar basketball team. Game lime is 7 p. m. and a bns will leave from Lincoln ^Friday' t'ne'Lincoln cagers will go to Colp for a- game with the grade school team there. 4 ?«ii wi'i- k p ill 'U "Whec--I reach 'way up to here now," squeals Molly the Milkmaid, "but how can I help growing like a weed? I drink a full quart of Dairy Brand Milk every day, like everyone little and "Big SHOULD! The Well Groomed Bride 1 STARRING Ray MUland Olivia DC Havllbnd Sonny W v: Randolph SCOTT Baibaia BUTTON Thursdoy 2 p. m. -- 12e end 35e RETOUN SHOWING '.11 · '. u 7 U ,^J1 m if SPAPFRf NFWSPAPFK!

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