The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on January 24, 1948 · Page 5
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January 24, 1948

The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 5

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THE DAILY REGISTER, HABRISBURG, ILL., SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1948 i'AGB osidare, 62-49 ' I n t ) 01 l l l u * Jll " v ' , ,, ' ; ,11 conference follow- i"" 49 win al llowclarc \\Yimfil 1'hillipb" k°y s ' c i ,,. i H'coul of eight wins o» luiu ...t,. loss. KoMi-lnrc, in ,, ,, fit rf\ T fl ("I 1 ! irel ',ii Rosiclarc lost, one of l | h u U f , S scored 28 points ' lll n rlei" before lie fouled ' orh* was fairly , 1 ' il wit»« Golliher.ni.'k- ' l l l d Karncs 12. "jra StiHey ol Ilarnsburg ref- rcc ' d ^Sm.n..,v contest the Ga- i 1 1 , ti'ini won. 27 to 25. 7 u e k 1 " Little Egyptian *r ,, , tounicv will be Held at ° Carrier Mills and Vim hc opening round _ Jucky Horn's to Deceive Award from . Y. Baseball Writers NT W VOKK. Jan. 24 -OW- inrPi Bucky Harris of the New I Vinkees who took a dis- ,ntel and ch-m untied bunch of 3 plau'i* and led them to a o id championship, was named ° r ' bv Ne v. York baseball writ- meiu- their annual Bill cum auaul for long and men- ou* ^crucr to the .sport. he SMwrokl Yankee pilot will e presented the a«aid at the an- L ? dinner of the New -\ork ers on Fob 1. climaxing a long cud wu-er xvhich started hen" he won two pennants in a n is the 'box wonder" of the l^h'mston Senators in 1924 and FRECKLES AND «IS FRIENDS SOMfcocVs FATHER MUi,T MAVfc StfiTUX OIL! L ARE . ._ WOMCN , KOU-ED INTO TWO/ No Cold Shoulder By Merrill BfosSer WHAT'S YOUR. OPINION OF WOMEN.;V\C60OS£Y? TWO .._ZDS,MR. SMITH--IN- . CREDIBLE^ T. M. RCC. FASHION NOTE! A GIRL) T£ i-;v No Swing WHAT DO »|T'S PRETTY, BUT 15 IT PRACTICAL? · TME WAY PEOPLE TALK AOUT we NEW FASMOJ VOUD TVIIMK MODERM SPEWT TMPR. SPOS.T CLOTHES AR6 FINE FOR. SPORTS/ BUT ONCE IKI A WHILE A GAL LIKES TO LOOK , AND ACT LIKE A LADY/ .selected for the «ard for his accomplishment in storing to tne Yankee the pro" r eminence that made them the bt fcaicd (hnastyjn baseball. Stock of Washer and Radio Parts Prfpt Service On Repairs Robson Radio Electric Service 2K £. Poflar Phone 174R1 Fu!!er Brushes Phone 678 HENRY L. LIGHTFOOT LOANS Signature and Realty Collection Adjustment Service Bldg. Pho. V^COPR 1948 BY NEA SERVICE. INC T FASHIONN07!\ (MEN FATHER. WAS A BOY} No Upsets Arno Rafed Cage SPRINGFIELD, 111., Jan. 24--j (I'.K)--All eyes were on lhc Paris- Lawrencevillc baskelball lussle to- 1 nighl afler lasl nighl's prep card which lurncd up no upsels among Ihe "top 15" learns in Ihe stale. Paris, lasl year's slale champion, was idle lasl night while the Law- reiK-eviiiG Indians, currently raled 11 Ih in United Press rankings of downslate teams, were beating Mt. Carmel, 51 to 41. None of the other select 15 had any trouble last night. Salem, now third in the poll. Local Squad Plays Loop Game Tonight At Mt. Vernon Plaving their worst game of bus ketball of Ihe year, Ihe in-and oul llarmburg Bull Dogs lasl night j bowed lo the Benlon Rangers. 69 to 54, in a Soulh Six conference l game played at Benton. j Prior to last night the Rangers I had nol won a loop game all year. The Bull Dogs held a .500 raling in Ihe conference before Ihe game, bul loday lhc record is Ihrec wins, four losses. Tonighl Ihe local boys Iravel lo Ml. Vernon for anolher conference game. The Rams, allhousjh knocked off by Marion last night, still hold second place in the league. It was a dismal game for local fans lo walch. The Bull Dogs could nol rebound and Iheir ball handling was poor. Bauer, huge Benlon sophomore, look rebound after rebound off lhc backboaid and plunked 21 points through the hcop. In a game played here Dec. |12, which llarrisburg won easily, i Bauer was held in check. Stewart, I who was out of action with a broken ankle at the lime of Ihe game .played here, made 20 poinls. | Dull Pups Win i ! Herb Cummins made 17 poinls j I f o r llarrisburg, although his ballj I handling was nol up to par. 1 llarrisburg held a 13 to 11 lead I at the end of the first quarter, 'but it vanished during the next ' period. Benton led a halftime, 33 .,,,,».. -«,,,... t° 21, and at the end of the third Siassen. sitting al the committee period the Bull Dogs Iraileci, 06 lable. \\atched intently as Pauley lo 48. traced for the committee Ihe charl-1 Only bright part of the evening ed picture of his "enlire Irans-, for local fans was the preliminary actions" in commodity markets. ! same, won 57 to 30 by the Harrib- Pauley charged that Stassen ut- burg freshman-sophomore learn. "Our Dairy Brand'milk- . man says there's no compromise with cleanliness," quotes Molly the Milkmaid. "Just like the new paper bottles--they have to pass A-l in sanitary tests. And that goes for everything at Dairy Brand. That's the reason they pciblcuri/c milk--bO it's germ free!" r. i % 3 V§ tca Stassen Deliberate: Pauley (Continued from page one) Tonifre 6 p. m. Me and 40c IN EYE-FILLING CIMZCQLOR! \\ Kaiherine Dettiiie-tlyseK 7 DAYS Sterfrsng Simday 2 p. m. He and 40c k e o p e a t i o n s r a n counter to gov eminent action " iy^M/'^M^Mm^ 8tr*,v^'£./%$%* Y??j4»f n ij4f£-.' smacked down Fairfield, 54 to as Pekin, in the number t w o j . Peoria Spald- ranked 6th, - tered or implied these "untruths:" Harrisburg ran up an 18 to 1 lead spot, was ing, 50 to 33. East Rockford, o£ his trad- in Ihe first quarter, pattern of govern- i Box score of the varsity game: Ilarrisburg (34) FG FT TP PF[ 2 That his program was "in and Vinson out" of the market. Brown slrelched ils unbealen siring lo 3 ^i he profited on Ihe basis Pavelonis 10 by turning in a 5o to 29 score Q{ , id mforraat ; on » abo ut a Cummins over Freeport Their city rivals govcrnment purchase 0 £ wheat in Kibler West Rockford, in 12th place on;* , Q ,f Jones the U. P. list, downed La Salle-j J TThat a purchase and sale of.Bobka , I wheat in August 1947 was tied to , VandcrPluym learn m Ihe inside -advice" from Seciclary of Callm Peru, o9 to 46. The number one Agi iculture Clinton P. Anderson. , Cline 5. That purchases and sales of hide futures reflected the receipt of fe|fp555v*S3! iNCOME TAX SERVICE STATUCSQUE. Here is subject matter for a bronze immortaliza- lion ol' basketball. Beloil's Francis Stahr finds himself in the middle as Toby Althoff of Millikin of Decatur, 111., comes down with a rebound. Milhkin's Scot Stcagall backs into the act. Beloit of Wisconsin won, 51-44. Keaster Rug Upholstery Cleaning 503 W. South St. Phone 859R Harrisburg Kirby Vacuum Cleaner Dealer 'COLLECTIONS t S 3 ^ D l\ PE ?:cou-.?. notes and tsj No collection, no chargcl ,[' D - Swlcr Colleclion Agency "2E. Walnut Phone 113 MOTSIXGER AND ROSE Bonds and Insurance 17 ^ S. MAIN ST. Phone 655R NEW YORK. Jan. 24.--'U.D-- Stan Musial peeped from behind Bob Hanncu'an's newly-invoked iron curtain today just long enough to insist thai he is nol a holdout, but Ihe evidence nevertheless poinled lo salary Iroubles in the St. Louis Cardinal camp. Musial's fruitless interview with Hanncgan yesterday came too close lo a similar experience by \Vhitey Kurowski lo o\erlook. And. on top of that. Hannegan. the new boss of the Cards quickly followed his lalk wilh Musial wilh the an- nouncemcnl that henceforth all conlract talks arc "lop secret." There will be no announcements of player signings--or no sisnings ---unlil spring training begins March I. Previously. Hannegan had been quite willing to reveal home today, said. "I can hardly be classified as a holdout because a salary hasn't been offered me yet. Bul 1 think things will work out okay." The fact remained, however, thai Ihe Cardinals were nol having Ihe success of most of Ihe other major league clubs in lining up llicir stars with liltle or no effort. The Yankees got Joe DiMaggio. the Red Sox Ted Williams and the Indians Bobby Feller with no Irouble. Musial. Iwo-time winner of the National league balling championship and mosl valuable player award, drew an estimated $23.000 last year. The one-lime oulfield- er, now a first baseman, had an amazing comeback after a poor start. A .150 balling average for the firsl Iwo months (when he v.as bothered with his appendix), and yet a .312 for Ihe season, including 19 homers. Ihe most of his career. Musial. like Kurowski. refused lo say how much he is asking for information.'' hat he moved Benton (69) and out slale, Collinsvllle, found easy going againsl East St. Louis. Whipping their soulhwesl conference rivals, 34 lo 26, lo keep Iheir un- bealen siring intact. ; g That he movecl m and out ~:;,7* ,. In another southern Illinois con-, k for 2 ^ v , uh T«alock test, Pmckneyville, No. 8 in t h e j , , , - -Perles current ratings showed its stuff That he received and profited j i one * against Carfaondale, running up, m d inlonnatlon . and that i-rjer a 60 to 29 score against the luck- ^^ an ,, insider; , Baker less lerriers. TJnfcrrmr tr» thk nii*-phase of i ,,« ;r t w«,s x^fc? IK d TM*» reason for being there by dump-i l u - e s Oi1 /iu ^- A _' . 2 2 3 ' 7 2 2 2 0 0 3 0 0 0 3 1 3 0 1 0 0 4 4 6 17 5 7 4 1 0 6 23 8 FG FT 9 3 10 0 3 1 1 1 2 8 1 1 0 4 54 25 TP PF! 21 3i 16 2 3 3 4. 20 0! 1 3 25 19 69 18 ins on lor oemg mere w uiuu^-, -- - H ~ , *,,,, Paiilev re- 1 r^rtherV?^^^^ .ner noriutrn umiuis «"*·"'· " ,,i. t ; nn _i ciomfirvinpp'' to lhc fact I _ School Scores By United Press Marion 57. Ml. Vernon 49. Cenlralia 49, West Frankforl 37. a .i Andrea KING-ArleneDAHL it Alan HALE · George TOBIAS \ ssssi i JC Counties in Maine Maine contains 16 counties. 21 cities. 422 lowns. 65 plantations and D. A. LEHMAN EAR, NOSE. THROAT Glasses Filled Vine Slrcct Hospital Monmouth". 52 to 40: East Moline 1 saueezed bv Rock Island, 50 to ( 39: Quincy'beat Pitlsficld, 42 lo, 4C: Champaign eked out a 51 to, 50 win over Bloominglon: Ben-j Ion walloped Harrisburg, 69 lo; 34: Edwardsville beal Granile Cily., 55 lo 47: Centralia turned down Wesl Frankforl. 49 to 37: Peona j Ccnlral beal Springfield. 56 lo I 35- Wcsl Aurora downed Joliel, [ 4 r j lo 36: Danville beal Slrealor. 1 £7 lo 42: 'and Malloon tripped, Urbana, 46 to 36. 1 have advised me to sea. ! ihe secretary didn't arrive (in Hawaii) until Aug. 17. He's already admitted thai he's maKing no s'pecific charge againsl Sccre- lary Anderson." Pauley said the fact was Inat lhc price of Ihe \\hcal increased 50 cenls a bushel Ihrce weeks afler he had sold and "if I had 'inside informalion' would I have held on for an addilional S50.000 profil or would I take a S4.100 protit as I did?" 31. i Organize Chess Club ai HTHS Envoy Rei Attacks 0- * \. GOODRICH TIRES n -cr. Truck. Tractor Poplar Terms 17-1R1 Insurance Barker Miiey BUREAU R KPORTS \TJO\S Arc you running behind this tr.onrfi? Mid- winler cxpcniCJ, following the hoIieJoy season, ore putting a strain on ncny a budget. Instead of lofting bills oca»mu- loJc, why not pay tnom wi:'n a friendly cash loan? Then you con tprccd the payments over nony monJhs. Phone in. We'll gladly help. in lhc way of an HTHS organizalion has sprung up recently, in the founding of a chess club by some of the more serious minded boys of the school. Heretofore all clubs and socic- lics have had to do wilh some subject on the curriculum, such as the Latin club, school papcj. Spanish club, and Future Farmers, but this group will be independent of any studying. High school teacher originating the idea is Norland Henderson. biology instructor, who has had considerable experience, as a chess player. About 20 members make up the organization, meeting every Monday night after school, and some of "the studenls arc old hands at the game, which is said lo have been played by Napoleon. As yet, no officers have been selected by the club, but the process of election will take place in a tournament, the winner getting ; president Second place will be vice-president, third treasurer, and fourth secretary- IT TO 20 MONTHS TO REPAY *,^ S1-.4 Owen, J. P. 633W ^?-°n D , rhcrs ' License, tIO " peed, or Mortgages ' TAX (overtime). Salem 54. Fairfield 33. Lawrenceville 51, Mt. Carmel Herrin 75. Christopher 48. Eldorado 27, Ridgway 26. Robinson 57, Effingham 25. Kcwanee 52. Monmouth 40. Champaign 51, Bloomington Olney"41. Flora 36. Elkvillc 40. Zcigler 36. Pana 63. Hillsboro 58. Pekin 50, Peoria Spalding 33. Canton 46. Decatur 45. Easl PiOckford 55. Freeporl Danville 47, Slrealor 42. Collinsville 34. Easl St. Louis Aciress Recovering From Overdose of Isbiets ~AmhaKif»iv I'-T' . C Dunn COLU.MiiUS. O.. Jan. 24--UJ *,. ··vniuasbuuu* .* j .i.^.'^ ^-- i , · 4 i/" ·· 'todav denounced as "i.uamous an'.!--^S 6 . sur ^ nreaoslerou'- siundcr' lhc Coir, ported in good ' SJSrtSStention thai the U n K c d j M a Columbus hospiia, 'blalcs sought to ::w».e ital an was «/»TMnng ..oai an .American colony. . pr hlceDing .ablets. i Dunn's blait vas the 'i'.cial reply lo Com^vyM. againsl American au' io Hr» 9ooko in ccrcnioruci inuirL- tyi-iu i/u \*.^..i.«.i,-- . inc th! wriva? of the OO'Jih shn' The 43-year-old star of the Droaa- i=S^s,^,!iS^ raff-re t^4 n « iSF =" d ·--^sa^-c^^s ·· e " ch-rj:c'l lhal k f t i s t al-, by her manager. Iio'Aatd Graham. ' - ,rcss comprised a 5 7 ^ ^ ^ Ben BLUE · William FRAWLEY mi HIII i 7 shc , Cf bivti'i.'e, »-·"· . . - -_nn' -' Her physician saio. sne s^cnt a restful night and an examination loday would delcrminc when she cor. Now Showing Double. Feature -- ?2c end 35c $WIMG?K£ MTESTEftN tf/AYSl "TheHGOSSER *\ KOTSEOTS" / / \ | JjA (Hcrsie. Ken. G-l · V M ' \ -*e*rf -JA j;. MM and Gsbc) « C3^-3 « »«V J}' ·r ·7, ' A. Sunday 2 p. rn. -- Monday 6 p. i2c end 35c TJ;c j n - c cxoncraicii di- sw" «·*· 01 nn cour.ii ^ els became con«i^us ai.o c\?!am i..c wo.Ul "· cd whal happened. of :nv She explained that sne had been ,{· - v ..'.3 lhc v.orking hard, had been j.«ffcr:r.4 ,: noeriy 01 '.he indixidual." from a cold and l°°* *°° ^ i'oTai*ar'k.-n" l"fti-l pro^a-, '.ablcls bv mistake, t once wiu fSlh? fiSi ::ie *.acc iiis'w far as they were concerned llalv in K^P. Dunn ac- the "case is closed. n't?-\rjericar. forces o f , Graham told police .MISS 3 fner d cn cc--ir. n and c'.hc Illmois Highway Traffic Deaths Totaled 1,948 in '47 SPRINGFIELD. 111.. Jan. 24-ain--Illinois highway accidents during 1947 took the greatest number of lives since 1941. the Department of Public Workers reported Murphysboro Men Heads Illinois The department said 1.94S persons were killed in motor vehicle accidents last year, five per cent above the 194fi death roll, but 25 per cent under the all-lime high of 2.600 fataliUas in 1941. December was the worst month last year, the department, said when 219 persons died in auto accidents. riss 111.. Jan. 24.-- iU.fi)--.fohn Purcoli. A!ur?2. »»oro. ',\ns named president of iho 13hnoJ Association of Ice Industries at the croup's annual convention here today. Other officers elected \\erc Llo\d Starr, Ml. Vernon. vice president, and W. D. Wright, C tary-irca«.urer. Now d:ret en were Paul Barbaro. S. Crossclle, Springfield, ar.d 0. C. Curtis, Pekin. v.ho advised him by --.--% i eel her to an open window. I He said he dracged her So lhc vindow and Iricd to thrust her |S out. bul she leaned ? --' .1 radiator and burned he: It v.as the burns tr.;u n 'suspicions of police. fllvcr ot Wood 1 In tte early 1850s lhc St. Louis | river was invisible for ffiarly a ' mile near Qoquoi. Minn. U flowed ( under a mass of floating driftwood 1 on which grew small b:rchcs and ' aspens. Lumbermen finally cut the driftwood away so they could float logs on the stream. P E G G Y A N N G S R N E R Ion McCAUli TER - Edrr.u I i' 1EWSP4PERS .FWSFAPFR!

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