The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on January 20, 1948 · Page 5
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Harrisburg, Illinois
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UK"' I fiil.l"'' .,!«' t « » ,,l kUilllCtl Trains the "Ann Kill- iu ,.,,,,,,,,(: between Clilcmjo Jod ^, O.MS, nnd "Tliu 1'oMhon- TM d ,, mm- botw-'f" Norfolk and taSi " ""i!' uul ColumbuH. Ann nut- C" 1CI ""''" .', t.ivcrn keeper's dauith- IcdS? ttlis ' 1R . | s linked roiiinrillc- ' ^ r ^ t o f Abraham Lincoln tt . . '. id t»h..v M.v«l the life },,»,,. Smith. She later mar- RED RYDEtl Witness By Fred Harmon Don't Look Now Whcicver the «·"·'' jcncy tf 0 !' ' on depend o n u i f o r extra c«h wh.n n e cdcd. S i m p l y phone or «mc in. n TO 20 MONTHS TO K E P A Y i THAI A ?063£ VOlLL fOLLOVsJ HER. WORE AK\ASK DURlKf THE cRY, 0Uf rAf HOSS DlDKJ'f / THERE ROBDER, PAPOOSE- Ur\ LIKE ALLEY CO? Nowhere By V. T. Hamlin Wisconsin Beats Purdue, 49- 44 ; Illinois Wins 46-45 Tilt from Indian® CHICAGO, Jan. 20--U.i:--Dc- - - -fending champion Wisconsin, although once beaten in the Big Nine basketball race, still held a game and a half lead on its nearest contender today after a night of firing which leveled the league standings for nearly all other teams. The Badgers outlasted Purdue for a 49 to 44 victory, giving the Boilermakers their second defeat in four league games. Minnesota, coming fast as the season progresses, handed second place Iowa its second loss in five games, 72 to 56, to knock the Hawkeyes into a tie for third. . Illinois came from behind with a rush and a sub guard, Van Anderson, popped in the winning basket with only five seconds to go to give the lllini. a 46 to 45 decision over Indiana which nearly eliminated the Hoosiers from league competition. In the final scrap of the night Northwestern swamped Marquette in a non-conference go, 68 to 38. Michigan in Second Place Even though Michigan, one of the pre-season favorites for the J crown, was idle, the Monday night play advanced the Wolverines into Leading Scorers In the Big Nino CHICAGO, Jim. 20--UW--The liiu Nine's-ten leading .scorer*: 5* ,\' r N C C? -CSCs '· C?= H V 2^ : "" ~ ~ J - - f -O ^V55"'GA -= - N ij ""-'H CC-SS 1 ^ "_=EC = . ~-= ~O A _.-v-£5 C- r?. =~C" C^s C^= A.CC^^"'*^^^ s -' = v "SC J6H.' SVHAJT A JCi-7.' \VHE\V.' ^TEDO'JT L-- -JC'ENT f ~ , 35=S TV=RE\ '.S'/ 3'JT IM / 3JT 60 r-ELP XS., M_L / IT \\ASN T NOTr ,|E THIS.' BY JA.3-5X IT ICC LKE NV£ AINT fc r second place behind Wisconsin I with a record of two victories in three games. The Badgers, though, were three games ahead in the winning column, and even if the Wolverines hit a winning streak, they couldn't move into a tie un-, til Wisconsin takes a breathing spell early next month. Purdue kept Wisconsin on edge for only 10 minutes last night. 1'lajrr, Team (· 'Wier. lo\va 5 Mclntyie, Minn. 'V Cook, Wib, 0 KehfeUH. Wis. 6' Metcalfe, Iowa 5 Hitter, liul. 5 Kddleman, Illinois 5 StK-kleii. N'west. 4 Schmttker, OSU 4 Axncss J'urduc 4 Tl 121 108 81 73 63 60 59 58 57 54 AVK. 24.2 27 13.5 12.2 12.G 12 11.8 14.5 14.25 13.5 Hoinogenl7cU Milk Homogcnization m c c fi a n 1 c n 11 y breaks up the buttcrfnt nnd disperses it evenly throughout th»' milk. There Is no cream line ax the fjt ^lobules are held in suspension, producing a uniform flnvor and a softer curd lor oniy ix imiiuica 10^1, ui^ui.. The Badgers held a 23 to 17 half! of citrus fruit select tneir I time lead, but the Boilermakers date, that's news. But when he's bounced back early in the second lh h u m a n k i n( ] O f date, that's half to go ahead. Doug Rogers sparked Wisconsin into the lead I t j j ' Rcverh'b'c blade. Operates by firgcr l.p cor.trcl. Bunds terrace. Di-^5 ditches. Moves snow anJ dirt. CIior.3 yarcH. Just i i y knocking down your stalks. "le\elm^ otf the lidgcs before discing. Notice what a level, -mooth job of plowing ion do. Come and take one out and try it. No obligations. understandable Barbara Borders Complete Stock of Washer and Radio I'arts p - · t-u? O n'P'irt Robson Radio Electric Service ;i p p p ,r P1=^ 174P1 Filler Phone 678 i " / i i " \ I !HENRY L. LIGHTFOOT LOANS Signatuie and Realty Collection Adjustment Sen ice Where Are They? J away. Don and the Badgers romped to of Mission. Tex, was named "Fa- anc L tlle °*?TM£ win going! vonte Date for the llth Texas Citrus'Fiesta," annual event in the Rehfeldt, · Badger center, BU svee SEE so MUCH A.ND I asss Bids. 893-W \' INCOME TAX SERVICE Keastcr Ruir Upholstery Cleaning 503 W. South St. Phone 859R Harrisburg Kirby Vacuum Cleaner Dealer J_/\J11 Afc^**4.W*V* V-J .»-· -- ·--CJ -- -- i i and Howard Williams, Boilermak- forward, each sank 14 points for scoring honors as Bobby Cook, the league pacemaker last year, ,was held to 10. .Mclntyre Scores 36 Points Jim Mclntyre, Minnesota center, 'and Murray Wier, Iowa forward, 'who are running one-two in the individual scoring race this year had a personal battle before the Gophers won. Mclntyre took the individual honors too, Doping 36 I points for the third highest total ever registered in Big Nine play by one man. Wier, however, counted 30 points for Iowa. Wier hit for 21 points in the first half to Mclntyre's 14. and i Iowa took an early lead. Minne-' sola rallied for a 35 to 29 halftime edge, and Mclntyre whipped', in 22 points in the final period to j lead the Gophers home. Their | I scoring gave Wier 121 points and i 1 a 24.2 per game average for five I contests while Mclntyre had 108' points and a 27 points per game mark for four. *· · *-n lllini Break Loose _ , THE STORY: JLciphan asks^oney. her name is. Sne s btill-v ^,^-3^ inmana'Dattied even- more questions but tells me n o t h - j o x e r at Avis' apartment sorting ]y for the first nalf; and tne H oo- in" except that the accident was I out her Belongings, w a n t me to _: --,, i,^,^ ,,,, i n f n i« margin at actually a murder. He wants to,.-ec if I can hire her for you?" tnow who mir^ed the drinks at i "That would be marvelous, I said. "Simply marvelous.'' I grilled the steaks and mixed Texas fruit-growing belt. Tracior Implement Co. Phone 456R Better Living with Better Heotisig PLAN NOW FOPv A LIFETIME OF INDOOR COMFORT Coal Furnaces Oil Furnaces Stokers Asr Coraditsoning STAIN'S TIN SHOP 17 W. Church Phone 923W ithe party. His men search m [house. After they leave. I COLLECTIONS * .iccou-- ,5. r;tt* aid bad cel'cct Iron anyo-if, any- " · v No collection, no charge! M. D. Ncsler Collection Agency 302 E. Walnut Phone 113 ,do\vn to the studio looking for Jeff. Before I find him, Liz ley," 'den remarks that Avis' death cer- ^ tainly works out nicely for me since it leaves Jeff free. 1 change ti:y mind about se'cing Jcff just then. The police might think we Iboth had a motive for murder. XV11 There was a double funeral for Avis and Art. From the nc\.s- V,icr- : ES FOR SALE. Because of the severe Jaoan thc.e days, many Japanese have turned iMo a piof.table business. They .cohect bum olies above in Tokyo's Ueno MOTSINGER AND ROSE ( Bond-; and Insurance 17'; S. .MAIN" ST. Phone G55R '"**"" '·'-' -"' J E. "Pc'.c" RKC . D. A. LEHMAN EYK, EAIt, NOSE. THROAT C.lnsses Fitted .-03 NcrJh Vine Street iuitc ^--Harrisburg Hospital BY HARRY GRATSON a green salad and set out a bottle ol wine (I had driven down to the liquor store that day and re- plimshed my stock of drinks), quipping. "Here's a little 'Suspense' '* And that reminded me .that \\e had some suspense of our own to cope with. I was a little breathless about it "Jeff, do you know that the s'iers held an 18 to 16 margin the half. They increased me lead to 4-1 to 30 in the first 13 minutes of the final period, but Illinois broke loose then and , police think Avis and Art were . paper descriptions it was the bu- cioent'r' gest thing ot its kind ever held in j c ff didn't Murdered--that it wasn't an ac- counted 16 points in the final seven minutes while holding the two field goals. Still it took Anderson's last minute shot to win. Don Hitter paced the Hoosiers with 14 points while Jack Burmaster counted 10 for Illinois. Northwestern won handily from Marquette. The Wildcats took a 21 to 7 lead in the first 10 minutes, were ahead 35 to 17 at the "Instead of a snow man I'm going to make a SNOW COY.* . somebody oughta make some calcdlo cows--they're the i,rsl iriends %\e kiddies ho v c--year-around, ram or sro»v. they keep on givng us health celux in Dairy Brand milk and all us pioauctsl" Hollywood. Traffic was roped oil lor blocks around the church and the funeral procession looked down that ful- he said. ''I know." look at me. ·t the table. "Yes." half, and took it easy the rest of TT- the way. Chet Strumillo. Northwestern guard, sank 17 points to , . J U A V l i . » » » * - w - - me jLuncicii jji in-cMH/ii int.. '«- | jjciphan had suggested that I lowed the two hearses to Forest, J)u t m y agile mind to work on the Lawn was two miles long. w j- ( y and the how of Avis an'd Art I sent flowers but I didn't go I being killed, and I had been do- knew 1 would never be missed in J j n g ~j,, s t that for the last two the crush at Avis Vaughn's lasi d ays- xhe only tenable theory I public appearance. 'ad arrived at was that someone pupiic apjJt:diiHtt:. i i'au arnvcu m. »vct? mm. .»»/···%.»-- I hadn't seen Jeff or heard from.«, a d tinkered with Arts car while him since the night of the acci- i j t sal i], crc i n my driveway. Had dent. Bui sometime during U:c Q011C something to the brakes or Uvo days between then and '-hc',j lc motor so that it ran away ir.orning of the funeral, Bob Lei-,. v jth Avis and Art when they phan had a talk with him. »,started down the hill, didn't know that, however, until inevitably that line of think- later, l i n g had linked up with Jimmy It was the afternoon after me i peters skulking around outside funeral that Jeff came over to my! that niaht. watching AvLs and Art place. He looked almost ill. ^together in my living room and suppose having to parade as ;hc-| too j ca ious to come inside. I had husoand--legal even if estranged' rc £ UJ)Cd lo g O from there. The before all those hundreds '" j ( i c a of Jimmy Peters xvitn Ins had been an oro.e/1- con t a gious smile and friendly eyes Pet. .833 .667 .600 .600! .500 ! .5001 .250 i .250 .200 GOODRICH TIRES Truck. Tractor HAHlUSHrKC ' BATTERY Terms 174KI EW YORK. ( N E A ) V h e n 172 personal fou . basketball games, or. 120 minutes as was the case mc-mbcrcd somethin looked srateful hcat of competition, the collegian ttal had happened that fatal had anytning all day, and tnai «c ' " 'lll"f* . .^.-. thous'r- *Vn""thc batslc bet-.veen 30-A-fing Green rr.d CCXY. c=pc- claily. a lot of rule infractions apparently went ur::io::ccd. Perhaps that was because tne officials were kept busy enough as it was. with G4 in 40 r.v.nv;lcs. Personal Jo.:'* «"'i bc cahcd " much s-.vifler than \hat- 11 pOACHES m:^l do n belter job · ^ of tcachi-.s their younp men Harker Mlley " ¥ "KANCE AG that it ray take , - * m the eoal too i d'dn't f ecl "like SOing o.Jl an opponent so"K lo Uie goa °^ place ·jard costs two shots. . . . , _ ) i i o%c the kitchen in my b i 1*111*; M*«V *««\« ··*-!- j.^-.- -night and that I had entirely for- · gotten. The car lights that naU i shone along the driveway when i been down in the kitchen fix- the sandwich tray: and how I like an o'ld taShca a JoOOJ* comae*. '; »"-· ···».-"·-'-- j ·,,. when it has no bearing on the play, . * and shouldn't bc called when a ood 10 minutes A « fy\r\j\*- »w ·»--- f j All tnat rushed into my mind, as co instead are playing the ball lead the scoring. The Big Nine standings: Team W ^ Wisconsin 5 1 Michigan 2 1 Iowa 3 2 Illinois 3 2 Purdue 2 2 Minnesota 2 2 Northwestern 1 3 Ohio State 1 3 Indiana 1 ·* 10 Fairs Placed on Card of Top Circuit Harness Racing SPRINGFIELD. III.. Jan. 20-, % r»--Ten Illinois county and state, fairs were on the" 1948 harness-1 racing card of the top line race | ciicuft today. The schedule was approved yesterday at a circuit meeting here. It will open at Ml. Vcrnon July 13 to 18 and will continue on consecutive weeks at Martinsvillc. Urbana, Charleston. L i n c o l n , Springfield (state fair Grccnup. Du Quoin (state fair). Marion ar.d'aBB Olncy. Tone 6 D. m. Cartoon Wednesday 6 p. m. i hursday 6 p. n 14c end 40c STORY CF KUSDER-MADMSS onJKAN-WS ADVENTURE/ - u «. jil"; {t under contiol. ~ I tain r-thlcicr . v.crc chccucd. ccr- one SAJ.1XE COUNTY (Khl)IT IH'REAU Ki:niT RFJ'OKTS Vl^sTir,.\TIONS .SERVICE 678 Scrrrr.blcbn.l cjmckly bcc^.c n name lha:i ' ir.rrc fitting There bc : , . o - c r W c l C 3 on on 'c~i ;un into ihe iola: of the col'.ccc nmc. - «.=.' rlay accor :r,g !· '.he s. - c re; SEE I LK John B. Owen, J. P. ;· J S. Main phone C-5W Co,7. atc ' or Driv crs' License, ^-j'-'cuons, Deeds or Mortgages. !',COV£ TAX coi ffr I ' ore thin;, f c pro v.r. -tlc is a cit slower I* 1°.C j:..rrc: 01 is obvi- j ^ jy«**j"»- » - - -- Collegians commit many louis bv accident--ninning into an op- pincnt head on. bumping into one who has his back turned, eta More of these could bc overlooked. Basketball should oc something vastly more than an exhibition of foul shooting, but rule changes The rules committee had best leave well enough alone. Regardless of the number of fouls, there will be more than 18,000 paid admissions at every Garden double-hcadei and comparable crowds at arenas throughout the ^Saf would no: be true ii the }Vi*IV*iriVU i/c-*i\r««v-*.» -··«- - -- -- - ·in v«i«iv « *·-· ···«-*- ---··-- - * ^ « - t cJiairs'at the dining end of it- '' ·*-· j i looked at Jcff. And 1 felt as it electric stove sits uscl: in a I c» | someone had hit me in the stem- uccd alcove that imitates a :.*v i ?c n . place and the ice box ;s ca:m.J-| f^c question shaped itscu »rc- la-cd to look iikc an old ^h u-.ctanilv but stubbornly. I had to ·** e**" ,, . " . - * . * _ _ t _ ^ * . . n «A i?rtii nmncr i*sVU t" I Wl\ *l«*V- *··· v - " 4t«V.l«iilt.l T « / \ " V _..»*^-* -- -- - - - - . .pboaro. know. "Jcfi. what \\crc you d Hut it wasn't as spic and ?·"· that night--I mean between at dav as it might ha\c Ivfi.]. j m c ^ hcn JOU drove into rn There was a diihcs in the sink, dust on pile of «nwa.hc(j| rfr ; vcway an d the time you came " into the house?" Jcff looked at me then. "I was J U i l l l i U l V * «1IIVI *ii^ fc.w. ·t^.il iwr»-w*. «* - - . V. .. mopping. Consuclo, my Mcx.cjnu.uinfl in my car thinking no\v _ 5 . ; _ ; _ « _:_i ~«J.. -»/.«ftc »-. for n ; ,,:,,,, nn A dmT\\f rvTT\JninC WOUIO , .T.t«;:ic stated it llatly and uncmotion visit at the scene where i u v ^in\.u iv »...»..- -- · Art were killed, looking for ?·'-·! ally. A fact lo be faced. 51 000 were set for the various fair dates by the Jrotting and pacing colt association. The rcMCw furturity association added scvcra. U.rcc-year-old colt stakes for the, stale fair at Springfield ! At the annual meeting of district 5, United States Trolling) association, here yesterday, u^ G. E. Van Tuyl. Alta Iowa was reelected director to Ihc LSiA for, a three-year term from district o- The slalc harness racing commis-, f I Showing Double Feature -- 12c and 35c three pari-mutuel harness racing r-.rly icokr .t ' rr.cro i"'\ Tl.c JCi. ,J. nc o. .c al over- | cus -«·, r1 .ivcr5 ".r^ov. i That wouia '»'* v * "~~ " i ^stomers didn't like :hc game the \va-v ji is played, ^xccssiv^ whistle-tooting « an- \enirs instead of clcanin !·· "Oh Jcff I stared at him \ t. I l l l O |IJOt-%.««VI */» ·V»^.**«""C? " , ·V^'«* -r ·*,**. - ^- - hou c c I apologized n bit to .'c^ |V,hilc my mind spun ,,--^, . for "the kitchen's appearance a n d , fr0 m the impact of his rawniiv ond things clicked into place and .-wavwwu Park, May 10; ( July^17; Aurora Downs. Sept. ^°«-J- a " d Fairmount Park, May 21-Julv l*. R?cing will be at night, exclusive of Sundays. Our Hearts Were Growing Up" fo» Consuclo »" consucio «JHU ujiiiji» viiv«»-vi ...,- i , ,,, -c -"·^^·^sriSS'SS'.Ts: j^i^^f^MfS \ i^^^^^S »^ .i^HJis , ~*~* ·* |A* had , good or.c,Mar,o Ma (T. Bo C.m,nued, Starring r»:.i-,r.3 Daily Trains Operated There arc 17.500 passenger and 24,000 freight trains operated in the United States daily. S \ \ ,1 i i ·* f '3 a U; I! -

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