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THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBURG, ILL, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 28. 1948 PAGE FTVB Tucker Troded to ', c | on d Indians gy the White Sox £ Srrsr,^« 11 «rt^''« ] a M M'.i^" 1 ^ Uu . inicniational U'JP" 1 , ... mbc. . . i' 1 ^ x ii VMS -said they regarded ·j-lje inoi. · 'pm-kci- as "the «l 1 ' :Ul i^ns '(· Player in basc- » nl ' st MI oui'li used sparing y "»»;' u! Sox last year. Tuck- by lllt . ,n a .230 batting aver- · ,(U4 he led the American 111 t c field, hit .287 and - ea f U Ve Ml Star tcam ' ln 194G made Uit^y 288 avc rage. L'lL ABNER Love That Manic-Depressive!! By Al COOP 1 RrATMCWT "0" DID Tl»' JOB, BOSS.'.' -GOOCM IS MOW A 100% COO- COO//- HCRlTG Tl I' PROOF -HIS ] LAITST "FEARLESS FOSDICK" / SFRIPS.'.' COULD A SANE MAN ) THINK UP STUFF LIKE. DAT?? GHASTLY THE. MORONS WILL LOVE. THIS HYAR TH' FIRST O' TH 'FEARLLSS FOSDICK' SERIES, U'L ABNER ff (AH LOVE THIS ff ) ^^^ _.-----_--·a^'"^^. ^V TM l\ S t FEAI.CSS FOSDICK liF.GINJS----' -1~ TOMORROW- i'lvuiil»c r Marches On «,e word "plumber" is derived the Latin "plumbarius" and * r0nl · wo-ker in lead. In Roman S'lcad p»PC was hand-made on If icb by the plumber who f i d his name on his product. stamp- k^ ilic moc j.m plumber "s many other metals including US ' biats, steel and iron. |jj l c ^o i(j spot in United Press' l a candidate for the select 15, could , gain a lot of prestige by whipping l A i g o on Friday and then dumping the No. 15 team, Danville, on jSatuiday. I Pana will seek revenge against | Ta.\ loi ville Friday, hoping to im- I prove their 14 to 3 win-loss record. I Pekin, holding down thc No. ' 2 in the select 15, looked ahead to two conference "toughies," Can- SPRINGFJKLP, 111., Jan. 23-I;RI--Ml. Pulaski dumped Pana. 40 to 37, in the surprise upset of tost night's prep basketball caid. Pana. currently holding down Typewiters Repaired Experts on All Makes and Models We II, rent »nO W'. ..rd adding rwc UROY MiT^! LL r hamrt.ro. Ullnolt . .,,... 7 Scirth VI-* Phon* [poll of the "top 13'' piep leanib in the state, felt the loss of their two top scorers, Ron Aide and .John Pfau, both of them ill al home. A reserve. .Jack Shanks, kepi the- Panthers in the 'game u n t i 1 h.'.lflime, but the Ililltoppers took the lead in the third quaitcr ,md stayed there. Two other "lop 15" clubs had little trouble last night. Pans last year's .state champions and TUB STORY: I lake Li// in- triminalinjj blotter down lo Leiphan's office and Hob Leiphan shows me the actual letter thai Mailed "Dearest Avis." 11 was an innocent note from Li/, telling Avis about the party at my house Dial night. This would seem lo clear Li/. Leiphan says he's not going to arrest me yet, although Ihere is plenty of circumstantial evidence against me. He brings i l o u l the packet of poison which his i men fouml in my house. U is the himic type of poison thai killed Avis and Art. personal things, kept KcUint; be- 'luci-n me and th.: pi 1 us toil p;»X«'. ,The plumf ranjj and 1 picked It I tip quickly, j;lart of thi» InlfrrUp- v . tion, nnd then was sorry 1 had. I It was jp[f HavcTson. IU« salcl i l;;'d like to see mo. I cut him off '.short saying that I Uldn't fool UKo The waim confi- . . . . .. .'.ccinu anyone. The waim conf had been bampIinK my new liquor; dc!lUu] {0 ^ of his N o l w ou t ra j« ( , stock a 1 ill e too freely. After'she, me--knowing what ho had tol just missed spilling the soup down t | lc polici- ^, n , t ^L^5^, tc ?,, lh "!j!! e 8? Maybe my sense of loyalty my neck, 1 suggested that she go ; ml lie down and I'd serve my- H-lf. And that was thc last 1 saw of her until hours later--and after a great deal had happened. For it a shot at me in the dark. told Maybe my sense of loyalty is jx'i verted, but 1 knew I would ii'jvcr have told the police anything that would have made JeCf . his the very Dogs, 44-3 Game of Bent'ors Tourney -- ,, ,, ... ,,.. v -- -- - --. - I t « i /*·»»· 1 Mrt *'/V\' t« 1 f» fll * » VI v ui strs a ."%£»-y-' " ! ¥" *s tense of reading a new book. But it wasn't any good. Other things, t h a t rlie dead. (To Be Continued) The Harrisburg Bull Dogs were taken out of the Bcnton mvita 10 iwo comeiencc lougmvb, \^iui- luivvii w«. «* ···- ---··-- . . ton on Friday and Galesburg theltional tournament last n i g n i o , iollowing night. the powerful, 1 , smo °J'"^^. 1 ^ The nmnber one team in the Pinckneyville Panthers by a 44,12 state, Collinsville, anticipates little trouble against Wood River Frida, but Salem, ranked No. 3, laces double-trouble against Law- renccville on Friday. Lawrence- viile, now No. 8 in the poll, has been gunning for this one. games involving ["complete Stock of Washer and Uadio Parts p. A.,-"I S^r.icc Gn Reo3irs Robson Radio Electric Service I 2C4 £ ?"'-' Pno °* WR1 ranked 6th in the U. P. poll, rolled over Champaign. .11 to 43. Lav;- renccville. last week's v. inner over Paris, swamped JJndgcpon, 51 to 2R. In Other games. Canton trompec! Lincoln. 34 to 38: rieardstov.n heal M;itomb. 3G to 50; Streator t o o k , j i . a Salic-Peru, 43 to 37; Murphys- now can bc cu ' re d.- 1 cro turned aw«i\ Carbondale Coin- Oilier Games Othoi Friday 0 ..... top 15 teams include East Rock- No . Aurora ville (No. 15)-Mattoon; Marshall- Robinson (No. 11); Dundee (No. !3)-Geneva; Waukegan (No. 9)- Pioviso; and Galesburg (No. 14)- ,-:asl Moline. score. , .. -As indicated by the score, both teams played a deliberate style of game, but the Panthers scored their margin of victory by free shots, making 18 points from the free-throw circle, while the Bull Dogs counted for only six, as the Pinckneyville team made only nine- fouls during the game. Pinckneyville made 18 free throws in" 26 shots and the Bull Dogs scored their six in nine shots. ·*·*? __ -. \ . it l ,, · *«·11 n**m4 "iVTn firt n. Lanky Minnesota Center Leads in Points end Averages CHICAGO. Jan. 28 XXIV Leiphan was still looking at me, and there was a look in his .eyes that I couldn't quite falhom. i liis voice was level and impersonal, j "There are, hpwevcr, a couple ot I things that don't quite jive with I this other evidence. There is the; 'lact that your original statement j ! to the police was one of the things | I which made us suspect murder in j i the first place. You were so vehe-j ment in your assertion that Art j i Cieves was not drunk when tfe left ! i your place. You didn't know that, ! did you?" , , I 1 shook my head numbly. ! i "Now this is the way 1 see it."j I Leiphan went on. "li you wercj I tne one who gave poison to Avisi Vaughn and Art Cieves the best · bieak you could have had was, having it take effect when it did, and having their car plunge mio 'SZZtr iyuus ituit;u niuii ;)».. ii» "A.~ --_-- j navin" tneir ear piuusc nnu Pinckneyville will meet Marion, CHICAGO. Jan. 28 --(U.PJ--Minn- ?he canvon All you had to do was who defeated a fighting Hernn csota s Jim Mclntyre,.all Big Nine | ,. ecp sl j U and j t W0 uld have pass- team last night, 57-49, in a semi- basketball center last season a n d , c d l a s ano ther accident due to final match Thursday night at :4o. .second in the individual scoring ^u^on driving. That's the one! v.as making a strong bid Games tonight will be between raco . On Saturday West Rockford goes hunch if you like. Or say tha first lace in the list in both total His own colored tvpe O f face." E3 EC C£J ITS t£3 -S3 1381 Make Fcrty-szglit 1 A Bardiier year § With paid up bills 3 Success and Cheer | E23 E2 ES3 E33 333 O3 ES? E53 EM SJcrt the year ric;h by paying all your scattered biils wish a (rbndly eaih Icf.n. It's the busino£S-i:I:e v/cy to c!o if ... helps your sJaro'ir.g in the community . . . saves you time and money each mcntn, because you make only one instead of many payments. Phone or come in. We'll welcome tre opportunity Jo help. UP TO 20 MONTHS TO REPAY * V P i U i '· ?".# IJ-.sev .).i U) .J-. .'it. '^UMIIL-I ic-a'i tK , - · youu uciuiiaivt 6 «..iv- "-« -- t . V f ace riau piaveu in n i u i e gjinus. wor Olnev 40 to 37: and Kankakec' thosc cases whc TM operation is nee, i tearas made the same number of - LdSt ucc! J^ n d however. Iov,ai v .j t l .,m«.tncred u eity rival, St. PaL-i c f sar - vt pre-opc-rative and post-oper- l f i c l d goals with 13 for each v a , , dle and Minneso ta lost lo I » v z...- nek's 7 2 i o 5 5 . i ativc training greatly improve the | T he Panthers were paced by f n d i a n a T he lloosiers put a tight 1 ;: ur i ed up m that deck chair." I Kankakec, M.rort;lv-mentioned as! functional results. Gladson, a diminutive guard, who L . uard a i o u n d the gigantic Gopher', r ' ' ' "~" : _ -- -"-- ·' ' -···"·" '" __*_ ^ _ f i\ l _ ,, ^ ^ ^ « ^ · » l » ^ ^ T ^ \ » » ^ · / ^ T ^ f ^ f » ^^ _ . . - . - .. * j Ground Floor, Rose Bldg. 113 N. Main St. Harrisburj T. J. McCann. Mgr. Phone 454. Foiler Brushes Phone 678 HENRY L. LIGQTFOOT LOANS Signature aiul Kcalty Collection Adjustment, Service Stags BIdg. Pho. 893-W 1 /? V JL_^ ~ M?%^^^ INCOME TAX SERVICE Keaster Rug Upholstery Cleaning 503 W. South St. Phone 859R Harrisburg Kirbv Vacuum Cleaner Dealer COLLECTIONS »V». i dje a:ccup'j. notes snrf !wd \Ve ec!i«t from anyone, any- No colleclion. no charge! M. D. Nesler Collection Agency 302 E. Walnut Phone 113 PHILLIPS 66 GIVES YOU YOUR CUTTING COSTS! [teams made the same number of - LdSt ucc k. c .n d however. lov,a i v .-ith murder could sleep as sound- and look as innocent as you aid AIIC x ai.v..^^ ..-.- x~--- , jnuiar.a The lloosiers put a tight! our j ed up m that deck chair." Gladson, a diminutive guard, wjio L U a r d a i o u n d tne gigantic Gopher', He stood up bringing the inter is one of the better players of tne ~ n d V( },: p p cd thc northerners, but i view to an end and waited while [entire state, who made 14 po:nis, - vlc j nt , !e b » a u popped in 20 points. 11 go t out of my chair and tried to ;and by Davis, big center, wno Ik , i,,i on an cvc ri dozen of 17 at-! u r ap a little dignity around my {scored 13 points, seven from tne lerrpts from lho r re e throw line, battered ego along with my coat, free-throw line. c ,, d madc four {, e id goals. But | Suddenly he grinned at me. "You i Vinson sparkea the Bull U0 0 s ,_ c ]12(] only 12 attempts a t the h'tve pretty lough luck with your ' with 10 points, followed by Srown S o "his shooting average men, don't you?" ,with nine and Cummins with sev- d , * «· «· i en. Cummins fouled out near ^ ^ ° ooa the end of the third quarter and · ^^^ 01 ,,,, W11 ^ ^ ,,,,,,,. was the only player removed from na bbed against Indiana was; warm flashes of perfect under- the game via the personal ioul ^ sccond poo ,. est 0 { the league · standing. 1 knew he was thinking 'route. season Earlier Michigan held him i ol what I had told him aDoui, Substitutions were few by both je^on. Anne ' Arbor . bull Oscar, and how Jeff Haverson had · teams, with VanderPluym and o o ^ s h h i t | s l d nie down the river by biab- Kibler the only Bull Dogs, to sec · n '^ i ^ lbconsm and 2 6 against bing to the police all. that about 'action besides the starting live . . , ,,,, '. ...^ T ^ ,, * , u...:.,^ Kn,.^. nut m n sanita- ! of Cummins, Brown, Vinson. Jones land Catlin. Williams was the lonly Panther substitute except an the" last six 'seconds when '- c Q S e , And there was between us for of - nts which Mc , a moment one O f those quick Tonite through -- 14c and 40c . against Iowa at 'me having been put in a sanita- a no 0 ^ me lfom tak ,,,,,,, Mclntyre's high average. "\Vier \vas staying 'dose to -him. L I L A i A J . «.V i m ^ v ^ . - -own lite. Just to get the police oil his own traiL j win,? A *.»...-.-- - \\ ir.i- \ T 'i; Stnv^iP" L'USt tu 111x11. in u ^ v n 1^^**^-. {the last six "seconds wheni IB« , ^ c ,o la sharos Sotec was second It didn't make sense, but then rr^r cara 7 sen \; · £-!,-'"iii h s, a ^3 ! - thi " s - '=-?·!='-- b - K != s lcf f's2"ir a eil; isfe in^uS^s time '1 mean the feeling 1 had lhat I was walking on air when 1 went out of Bob Leiphans of- i,ce I didn't feel at all like a v.oman wiio has just been granted a briet reprieve from arrest ior riurder. back A Bouquet of Beauty and Romance! l"? -/v, Sf*^, ^HC i « » A 1 H 1 W A « J \^ ^* ^*J*rV*. w » - . -Do"s 10-7 in the second quarter aveiage and held a 24-16 lead at the half. , sixth. 13.3 Tops Offense went to my unn-c ««« .--V-T. for my lipstick and couldnt find it Someone must have seen it on the floor and picked it up and carried it away. Well, I'd have to Tcam statistics showed that the the the MOTSIXGER AND ROSE Bonds and Insurance 17!= S. MAIN ST. 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Care of your engine from thc very first is one of thc best guarantees against cxpcn- si\c break-downs-and that's jcal cconomj - '£ep Even in Fourth Period . j Buckeyes aho ^^l^^\^^^^^^"^ did Pinckneyville scored 11 points i defensive team and lh £ir opponent | research reading, in the third quarter while tr.e j have averaged 62 markeis per con a ^ ^ ^ ^ 4 . 30 and j sp r ang Bull Dogs garnered only se-. en.; test , p and we nt to my car without Gladson paced the Panthers w i t h Indiana, another team \\ithirao.c O wn office. I six points while the BuU Dog w-'or-! league defeats, than victOTiesjas ^i ^ ^ Ravdla - s Hollywood ing was divided between Cai'.m. ,second in scoring v.itn an. 8 * 6 TM^- Boulevard shop on my way home Brown and Vinson with two each . of 56 points per game while Iowa w* texp i aincd to the girl who and Cummins with one. . i was tniru with a 3 ?-' t TM a TM' nonts waited on me: "I've lost the lip-i Gladson continued to star i n ; On defense Michigan s opponents l h . n the other day e fourth period, scoring five of , have averaged 43.o pci contest f o r , ma( , c jt special for mt. tne Panthers' nine points. The ' t h c best mark, and two other teams, j hl maybe shed made a. Bull Dogs kept even with Pinck-' Wisconsin and Illinois, also ha.e » at the samc time, nevvillc in the final quarter, also ] hcld lhe ir rivals below 50 point* | \^, scoring nine points, with Brown pcr gamc . The Badger figure racking up five. Jones and Yin- ,49.4 and the Ihim 49.o. son. with t\yo each, scored thc re-, Leading individual s^TM* maining points. Player and Team G It was a game of cool, delibcr-1 ^ c f n iyi-c. Minnesota .3 ate play- by both teams, with , \vicx"lowa ? Pinckneyville showing an accur- j cook, Wisconsin ' ate for the basket that consistent-, Rlttcn Indiana 6 ly keeps the tcam among thc top gchnittkcr. Ohio State 5 15 in thc state each week. -- Thc box score, of the game fol lows* .Hanisburg F« FT IT 1'F j Cummins | Brown j Vinson i Jones Catlin 'VanderPluym Kiblcr Jonite 6 p. m. 12c and 35c BROUGHT BACK BY POPULAR REQUEST ZAHE GREY'S STARRING ROBERT YOUNG RANDOLPH SCOTT Iftsi in case I'd want it again." | T h u ^ 2 ^ _ ^ 6 p . m . __ S flf. 1 :30 P . m. I _ _ . . .... A n M r 4 7 O i r l l " * -- .rt. « * N P * 128 FG 2 4 5 1 1 0 0 FT Tl' 3 1 0 2 0 0 0 , Thc girl asked my name and said rcrs: vhc'd check and see if there were. TP Avg ^ d cl ^ K shc wcnt through 10R 256 i fhc door in the back of the shop Tt,! at led. 1 supposed, into the lab- 13.3 i p ia j orv i rather suspected thfu 13-1 i Rjvolfa had dozens of lipsticks in '" s Sffif s-sASiSS 12c and 35c i J) 10 4 o 0 0 0 1 Siannv o Seeks $18rS09 for jer Lesgus" Insurance Harkor Hiisy PHILUP5 MOTOR OltS SALINE COUNTY Bl-REAU ni:i)iT ROT rs LCTIOX SERVICE Johnson | Gladson Davis Clippard I Mil liken Williams By CARL LUNDQUIST -- -- -- -- United Press Sport 13 6 32 19 ' XE\V YORK. Jan. , ,.,, .... ,,^ Dangerous Danny Gardella. wno c;i ljic { . n r , F used to provide var-timc «"ncd, j in . 3 i 'relief with hss oKtiicld acrobatics 1 al thc Polo Ground, came back to 1 ~'--- a dcad'o cnous role today lip-, ^S-t^SriSS? wh^'thf S n| ; !c4c back with one all wrapped, ! «n for me and ^id she hoped ' 'at I wouldn't lose thu, one ; I Marie had dinner ready when 1 'arrived at the _houe ^it *g, FG FT Tl 2 1 5 4 14 3 7 13 0 4 4 3 2 S 0 0 0 o t the Register of Purcbrcds nlav a dcad'o t-rious roe o , A j^ni-on a R 3 a quarter purebred with a sVoO.OOO law.«uil which he j farm an j m als were registered by 0 13 18 44 !' Referees were Ted Search. CI]\« V t 1 \ J «» *,· e\.t i »i,- · - - - -- _ , «aid he v.ould tako lo tne t Supreme Court ii r.ccc^O'- Gardcila is J * \ V 4 V 1 W*-* » « v . » v * · « » · ··- ·*--·- ·· - ^ ^;-» 4 1 ,j^ t * \ j Itcr. and Ernie Driggcrs. :.it. \T- livelihood. organi/CJi b«-v - - cs'Jjns depnvcxl rimi of making a Jhc var i ous asscxriaJions last year. p inc ] udcd 835.009 cattle. 280.| ODD pigs. »7,0» sheep and 26.000 horses. non. . . lie wns one of Hie many major High School Basketball Scores th"c~NaUonal and American Leae league Kill plnors who loathe Mo\ic.-n Ix-auuo in .-.--. He resumed to thc United States ball. but he could not return to^ thc New Yo:k Gia:ils Jwll Commiioner A. aiiuiK" «i." ·-. ^-.__«« i cues and Commissioner George i. SStnS of minor league base-, 4ddSp" J - tgUSSaftS***, *, After r r,y United States Bcnton Tournament Firs'. Round Pinckncwillc 44. llnrrisbur^ o2. arguments prc-, sides. Judge John he would re- until he has a ; 3 OUTSTANDir-G in *n B. Owen, J. P. 2 s - Main Phone 65o\V r.CCV£ TAX 66 SERVICE Halsic Moore, McKinlcy oen 34. I Decatur 40, Urbana 30. | Mt. Carmcl 40. Olncy 37. ! Mt. Pulaski 40. Pana 37. I Paris 51, Champaign 43." cSmed he would be a major lea- i^" n ^ ] \ ^n'declared by a 19221 sue star today, had it not been ^ ' ^ S court niling to be l3 for his -nniawful suspension. U. f- b " p TM. hcr in interstate s* 1^11*. nn myv/l oc /lf»f^Tniint^ « Sj/vl», ll4 - _ _ *i-i,^.w.A^A»-rt .I. Drey's "H r II for his -unlawful suspension. Gardcila named as defendants !ho officials of Jhc Giants. Com. missioncr Chandler, Presidents iFord Frick and Will Harridge of jungle he said, there could lion of anti-trust laws. I S f - I 1EWSP4PERS nFWSPAPFRI

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