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The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 7

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THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBUBG, ILL., FRIDAY-JANUARY-30,-1948 PAGE SEVEN J-'ITO « r Tttr'fl . ... per ci'iit of forclKn tliK country free of Utrlll I"!'.« iwtuWc fioods from abroud vrru'i' « i i r ) i r s of ollly 25 |)cr V0!ir - S SS ONLY FORTHEMSELVES MS* w ----« OTHERS. + RED SPEAK UP? It You Faint By Fred Harmon Unkind Virtue (SET OK) YOUR H055/1 CAS OK5 ,, n -F MS( SAYS: Are you dis- · fi,.il w i t h Hi 1 -' performance of | 5a , · Lot us check it over j '° UI \ou -' lul ^ I V C - vou an eslimale ' rLSe'u to top'^%|f,^ ! ,.. M Hnc- of repant-, \\neei aii{,n 1LL KEEP YOU TIED DP IJs) HERE TILU YOU TELL ME VOH6RS YOiJ HID THAT 60LOTX15T/ r /SICK KI05 CAfc't 1AL ' Out By Williams etc HUMM MOTOR CO. 427 So. Granger Harrisburg, 111. Uumm Motor will make your motor hum. M O N U M E N T S A N D M A R K E R S OP FVEKI. \ST1XG BEAUTY AM) MEMOKY ADAMS MONOIENT CO. 202 East Poplar Phone 1186K Thuniiond Adams. I'rop. Complete Stock of Washer and Radio Paris Pro"?'. Service On Rcpalo Robson Radio Electric Service 2C6 E. PCS';- P 110 TM 1WR1 Fuller Brushes Phone 678 SST/ GO ON--MY SISTER'S LOOKISJ' FOR ME AN} 1 IT MEANS WORK, SO DON'T LOOK DOWM AT IF VOU FOOL . ANYBODY AS ' SMART AS YOUR SISTER AND WE CAN'T LOOK, WE'RE. SURE MISSIKJG A SHOW/ THEY SXYALL CROdKS BLUNDER SOME TIME --THAT SPOTTED NECKTIE TONGUE \ YOUR BLUNDER, I'LL BET/ ^ HTHS Prepares For l*ow Wow On February 13 Bull Dogs Idle Until Tilt Here Next Friday Night The HarrisburK. Bull Dogs are idle in basketball play this weekend, following their participation this week in thc Benton invitational tourney. Thc Bull Dogs, who played good ball in losing to Pinckneyville in the opening round 'at Benton, do not get'back into competition until a week from tonight when Mt. Vernon cames here for a return South Six contest. The following night Harrisburg travels to McLeansboro for a non-loop tilt. Meanwhile, the local school is preparing for the annual Pow Wow. to be held following the Harrisburg-Centralia game here Feb. 13. Thc date had been changed tentatively from the 13th to Feb. 27th, but was reset Feb. 13 because of a teachers' institute ; the day of the 27th. The general committee is composed of E. J. Thompson, chairman, John Chapp, Mary Holmes, Alta Davis, Faye Moffett, John Schork, John Singleton, Ralph Davison, Howard Hough, James Beers, Velma Ogg, Maude Riggins. l Advertising committee: Ruth iMidyette, chairman, Bess Pemberton, Kathryn Rice. Athletic show: Davison, chair- ST. MORITZ, Jan. 30-- OLE)-- m a n j Hough, Virginia Pennell. 'Ihe Swiss Olympic team defeated g Assembly show: Eleanor Eth- the U. S. Amateur Hockey Asso-' er t on) chairman Bernice A. Pat- ciatibn team, 5 to 4, today in the terson, Pennell, Louise Rice. Advance ticket sales: Ruth Dix- Joe touis Isn't Washed Up, Bob Foxworlh Learns CHICAGO. Jan. 30--U.K--Liglit heavyweight Bob Foxworth today answered the question that has plagued sports lans since heavyweight 'titleholder 'Joe Louis almost lost his title to Joe Walcolt last December. . "Joe Louis isn't washed up* and he won't be for a long time,'-' Foxworth said. "He's got the fastest hands of any man I've ever seen. It -don't matter how fast he moves his feet. He don't move his feet fast at ah, but his hands--they come at you from all over. And he can hit too, I suppose as hard as ever. Foxworth was speaking from personal experience. He met Louis in a four round exhibition match belore '9,356 fans who paid $36,402.36 to get into -the Chicago · *· · * "*· if "* *" -fl High School Basketball Scores \ BHNTON TOURNEY V , (Seinl-PinuI Round) Pinckn'eyviile 46, Marlon 31 '/i;iGLKU TOURNEY (First Hound) Zeiglcr G7, Christopher 55. i. J A , ' ,'ti «· Coliseum, and more than .-,,-, ol them stood ,up to watch\u»e show. · Ttie East St. Louis. 111., light ^ , heavy who has won 23 of 25 pro '* matches, put up as #ood a litfnt as he could, but was outmatched from the start. Louis won every lound, and although the Illinois State Boxing ' commission would not permit a decision, every newspaperman at the ringside agreed that the world's chnirpion won without doubt. ».,{ Bi£ Jos. nardly the brown bomb- 1 . tr of old. v.ei^hed 220 pounds. f Foxworth tinned in at 111. There «ss the difference between the.,, mountain and the mole hill the ring. U. S. Hockey Team Loses Opening Match to Swiss Tonight 6 p. m. - Saturday 6 p. News of fhe Day YiV IfChNKOW? opening match ol the 1948 winter Olympic games. It was the first match of the round-robin tournament between nine nations, which will be played I on an "unofficial" basis because I ot the involved controversy over which team should represent the U. S. in the Olympic hockey com- Sun. 2 p. m. -- Mon. 6 p. m. -- Tues. 6 iUi on, chairman, Mary ·Dowell. Distribution of tickets: Norman Krueger. Bells and Change: Marie McCormick and Sybil Law. Bingo: Krueger, chairman, Berdine Stewart. MAY petition Check room: Wilma Farris. " A group of about 200 Americans} Cake Walk: Harold Bauman, at ringside, including the rival U.iBonita Russell. S. team which was approved by| Electrician: Chapp. the U. S. Olympic committee but I Foods: Alta Davis, chairman, 1 was passed up by the Swiss or- Mary Ann Butler. . f,anizing committee, cheered the; Fashion, show: Holmes, chair- S\viss each time they took the j man, Ogg. offensive. i Musical show: Schork, chairman, i The non-plavingU. S. 0. C.-spon-j Singleton. WmA ' t sored players' witched the game! Picture show: Dorian Hender' f c r half of the first period and son |, L , then left the stadium. i It was not yet determined whe- ! ther the hockey matches would be considered as the official Olym- ! pic games or as a "world championship" tournament, since the Popularity show: Moffett, chairman, Alvina Shestak . Prizes: Charlotte Rains, chairman, Midyette, Pemberton. Traffic: John E. Cudgel, chairman, Beers. Ticket selling: Elizabeth Long- _ i _ _ - T -i,. *-r»JJ_. 'TT THE HOKUNA COPE. 1948 BY NE* SERVICE. INC. T. M. KEG, u. s. PAT. OFF. final decision probably will not .------=- ---- ·,,., J b e made until the tourney is over, bog cha.man^.Lolo^ Eddy, Price of admission will be Keastcr Rug Upholstery Cleaning 503 W. South St. Phone 859R Harrisburg Kirby Vacuum Cleaner Dealer* BY HARRY GKAYSOX NEA Sports Editor ATEW YORK--(XEA)--The secret of the success of the New York ·^ American League organization down through the years has been the abilitv of the management and scouting staff to know a Yankee when they saw one. And more frequently than not when the prospect was several years away, as the ^ examp i cs . came to the store ;vstem in part payment for others, i and were peddled at fancy figures. First baseman Hassett was sold .o the Dodgers for $50,000, and COLLECTIONS f'Ki y-v ws .. (·,,. accct-su. notes and bad cvch * ·;· .j? wt ccMtct frcm anyooc. anr- »Vr. 3- y ;,-.. No collection, no charge! M. D. Ncslcr Collection Agency 302 E. Walnut Phone 113 foxy foragers say This is true of all consistent winners. Since Col. Jacob Ruppcrt originally built them, as Harry Frazcc MOTSINGER AND ROSE Konds and Insurance !'·'·? S. MAIN ST. Phone G55R J. E. "Pttc" Rose . D. A. LEHMAN EVE, EAR, NOSE. THROAT Classes Tilted , N O r t h VillC SlrCCt 4--Harrisburg Hospital GOODRICH TIRES ftisscn»cr. Truck. Tractor KATTERY Tcnns 174K1 Insurance Harker Mile? sold out the Red Sox. thc Yankees rarely have been buyers. Their winning way is finding and developing their own stars. For years thc Cardinals were kept solvent by their sales, supplying the entire National League and occasionally turning a profitable piece of business with an American League outfit. ORANCH RICKEY quickly trans- *-* Icrrcd thc balance of NL power to Brooklyn, now the fountain head of most player transactions in thc elder wheel. George M. Weiss, new general miacer of thc Yankees, has made the development of talent his mam objective since he joined thc organization in 1932. No other major league club was more representative of thc farm system than the winning Bombers of 1947. ICo other parent club brougnt up so many first-year men to stay. But George Weiss has also done very well in what he calls his sideline, thc disposal of surplus talent. Weiss has sold 100 or more members of the chain for sonie- thine like Sl.250,000. r.Tsr.or Uan^cHons have mush- roorrcd ir.to $100.000 deals. Pk.vcrs like Buddy Hassctt. ' .'-Sr.nv McCarthy. Sob Seed? - . . EJd:o":.nllcr and Vincc DiMagtJ.o, * could afford to GOY. Green Urges Continued Flight Training for Vets eventually wound up back with the Yanks in a World Series. First baseman McCarthy, outfielder Seeds, second baseman Mickey Witck and some more went to the Giants with sizable price tags attached. Tommy Holmes was sold to the Braves. It was the possession of replacements required by the San Francisco club that enabled the Yankees to land the matchless Joe DiMaggio. That and Ed Barrow's willingness to gamble on the great Di- Mag's injured knee. The deal bringing DiMaggio to Yankee Stadium was made between thc Newark and San Francisco clubs, with the man destined to put thc Yanks back on the winning track remaining on the Pacific coast for another year. Weiss gave the Seals the veteran shortstop Dr. Eddie Farrcll. Les Powers. Ted Norbert. Floyd Ncwkirk and Jim Densmorc and $25.000 for DiMaggio. Legion Auxiliary to Stress Americanism During February With the slogan "Educate^ tc Perpetuate Americanism" the Harrisburg unit of the American Legion Auxiliary joins with the 800 other units in Illinois and the more MJ...---ouuiucin JLIUUUJO «M*.cio. kJ . t nan 1,000,000 members through- was hard pushed last night to eke | ou t the United States and its pos- SIU Beats Indiana Central, 78 to 69 CARBONDALE, 111., Jan. 30.-(L".R)--Southern Illinois University | cents. Michigan to Play Northwestern Tomorrow Night CHICAGO, Jan. 30-- (U.E)--Michi- gan's basketball team, in second place in the Big Nine with a Record of two victories in three) PEGGY 'ANN GARNER RUTH WARRICK Connie Marshall Martha Stewart out a 76 to 69 win over Indiana Central on floor here. the Maroons' home Bob Colborn of Flora paced i unit president. sessions in stressing i during February. a . _ . Mrs. Velma Gwaltney, Harrisburg Tonight 6p.m. -- Saturday 1:30 p. m. 12c and 35c Southern and McBride led the scoring for Indiana Central, each with 21 points. Joe Hughes of West Frankfort tallied 16. Fischer is Elected Captain of '48 Notre ·Dame Football Team SOUTH BEND, Ind., Jan. 30-RR)_Bill Fischer, 20-year-old junior, has been elected captain of the 1948 Notre Dame football team, coach Frank Leahy announced today. Fischer was selected by thc 37 letter winners of the 1947 team, but his election was not-announced until it had been confirmed by the faculty board in control of athletics. IH, £»A V . O A X « « , « V * The birthdays of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln will bt commemorated at the regular monthly meeting which will be held at 7:30 p. m. Feb. 10 in the Auxiliary hall when a skit will . starts, i league . . . _ . . Northwestern at Ann Arbor. A triumph for the Wolverines would give them a .750 percentage and oust Wisconsin, which has won five of seven games, from first place for the first time since the campaign opened a year ago.i The Badgers won the champion /vuxinarv iian n u v u a j«»»«. ··«.- *m- ««» 0 -.- --- -- - -it, be given by grade school children, ship last year, and lead now with A »~.,4..;,vf;» »no" ic alcn nlannod a nnrcentaEe of .714 A "patriotic tea" is also planned for Feb. 17. During the Feb. 10 meeting Mrs. Lau°ra Moore. Auxiliary Amer- westerns 51 to 48 victory in their a percentage of .714 Michigan was favored to sink Wildcats 'too, despite North- A'tl ·?· JLJOIA* ** *»* W* *··· · m i - . - - - - ^ icanism chairman, will outline the auxiliary's Americanism program. 4 . According to Mrs. Moore, the previous meeting this season. That clash occured at the Evanslon high school gym and Northwestern | received whatever advantage tne f\Vd/l Ulli£j tV *·»· »J« .-«.w» -- - j t ^-t*» t-V* " « I M V I - - *-- » , , - - -auxiliary is sponsoring an Amer- home team usually has. No Wolves in Boston, Singer Says BOSTON, Jan. 30--UE--Boston men arc the most docile, the best- mannered, and the most gentle- y in the nation, a CdAl'lt**.* *O j^v««»/-v- -"O , icanism Essay contest on the sub ject "Our American Heritage- Liberty." in the Junior high school and at -the Harrisburg Township high school. The program also encourages education for all. the combating of communism, the promotion of "Get out to Vote Campaign," the observance of "I am, an American Day." the sponsorship of a girl to Girls State, the observance of correct flag etiquette, thc celebration of patriotic holidavs. and thc sponsorship of Boy and Girl Scouts. Girl Reserves and 4-H clubs. j Mrs. Moore stated that Illinois f i i l ^ , I V l l A " Mirf *·*-··,,· In the 23 Big Nine games played ·his year, the nome team has won 20. and Michigan's stellar defen-j sivc team hasn't been beaten at home and has won three of seven on the road. The Michigan-Northwestern clash ( is the only league game of the week, and tomorrow only two' other Big Nine clubs play. Minnesota entertains Michigan State while Regis of Denver appears a t j Iowa. j* £ eran snonsiopw«- «««»-*---. h -. blondc torch singer said phies awarded by tne aauonai w jj TJOHIIIVIIf ^W-fcV · Les Powers, Ted l^oroen. rioja 4 0 J a .~ ganization at its vcarly conven-| ··· · i Ncwkirk and Jim Densmorc and -· tjon Thcsc are \ hc ·Blackburnj Thc n arr j s burg Junior Hi g h .2 $25.000 for DiMaggio. farm lo 4c^k a career Bo-rton is Americanism trophy, awarded to hool cagcrs travelled to Ucst When Farrcll refused to report faTMi to.seek a career Boston is ihc ^ .. vouth be t . kf rt , ast nighl an d coppcc! he had to dig :P another piece £c P'acc for her to go the men ^ prog rarn: and the Maca 36 to 23 victory, avenging an'3 of ivorv. but thc Yankees didn't gent w « u » «»« SL "ho rae Americanism trophy awarded carlicr loss lo West Frankfort on; have to" pay thc S25.000 until they i'TM^.-^ ;,, mocj O f ihr hjcccr to Ihe Department which accom- , hc , ocal Uoor . The seventh grade knew Dir.iaggio's knee was all "g·suns in rno« 01 ^e TM^ Hshcs and rcports the most out- lcam su ff crcd a n 8-point defeat i_ richt. . cE standing Americanism program for.« al lhc hands of thc \\cst Frank- *·...,, -. .. M . .«^vi:r-iiA/) _T/w T15-- oiui'o. i ..,,-!. «-a..i4*- ^n^ /^AmmiiniiV^ t. _* «. n «. A n4l^ ^i--ir^* lo^m in InC Junior High BealS PLUS 3 OUTSTANDING SHORT SUBJECTS ····· ~ ^ | ff ,, FrankfOrt, 36J8 jl--3 Stooges in "Sing a Song of Six Pants' ·Wait Disney's "Hawaiian Holiday' Another Thrill Packed Chapter of ' nuv« w *«. the S25.000 until they knew DiMaggio's knee was all ».*.. that established. Joe Di- Maccio was worth S250.000. or as much as any major league club on School Dist. Consolidation Feb. 74 at Mt. Vernon icriwiiiiioiii *.*vj/««.» « - · « - ~ -- -- earner iuoo iv **^.-^v ·.·«·«..»·*·-- -'to «he Department which accom- ,h c i oca i Uoor. Thc seventh grade plishes and rcports the most out- lcam Sl ,ff crc d an 8-point defeat I ._ standing Americanism program for.' al lhc hands O j the West FranK- ! T' . . . ! vouth, ^adults, and community. lort seventh grade team in the Boston men seem naturally ,-Ag j,,,.,,,^^. of the Amencan j olhcr gamc lasl nighu Legion Auxiliary," said Mrs. Moore, j ji onaay O f this week the Junior "It is our duty to promote t r u c i H j boys WO n from Benton, 28 to Americanism in thc home, school j , 7 a n d t h c seventh graders als _«_----i------------------ Sunday 2 p. m. -- Monday 6 p. m. protective," she said. "Most of them are gentlemen. They all seem lo have a sense of chivalry." Miss Grove said she hsd been ogled by wolves, amateur and class triple-a,* in scores of nightclubs. ' She said she didn't think much of New York males. Americanism in me jju»«,-, w^w..^ ana me scvcnu and community. This period of| w .] kcd o ff w jth a Unrest 'and readjustment is the - · · -- inost important lime in our his- lso Their Strange love Knew No Rules! \\;n. ALINK COUNTY LUKDIT BUREAU ^Y 1 *. 1 ! SPORTS 'XTIOX SERVICE Phone 67S SEE B. Owen, J. P. Ma 'i Phone 65. tt 0 ' ^ ^vcrs' License, lon N ^ct-ds or ATortsascs. TAX CHICAGO. Jan ^0-_cn«-Gov. Dwight H. Green sai «,,t°^f', i .\n^ 1 governmcit-financc'l ins for veterans is one valuable provisions of suggestion that it school district. The proposed new district uould Green spcaWnc io a special include six towns oulsidc of Ml. meeting' of the 'Illinois Airport l Vcrnon. Wc cnonf ii«n^r« ind Oncrators Associalion. htcr on proposals *o 2d toiulc of S night training ,hc rest of -Tefferscn proVam would be «disatrous" to tv.o districts. T±^ff%£* l ° o^r^aT^ governor pointed 11IU \ . U I I * * I I U I « » V - - ·"- « . « t ».»-·.»*-*. » · - - itnresl 'and readjustment is tne i Thcrc is on iy one more irnportanl lime in our his-j on lnc schedule, at Manon Feb.] lo leach an unfailing love 19 jjeforc the grade school lourna- |Vi ^v» iviR luoivo. 'of God and counlry. lo strengthen mcn t, which will be played at| 1 "And St Louis," she said, wide- j home life, lo invest in education, 15|C j un i 0r High gym starting Feb. i eyed. "They travel in packs in u nd lo h c ] p build world security. lt , ; irf^j · · _ **^i_ ^_ ? _ j « _ _ ^ _ _ . ! _ - . _ _ . ^ ^ _ ^ .l....M.»»*3*«*vf1n- * _ _ f 4 Vt^» ortll^fl I Herb Pennock Dies NEW YORK, Jan. 30.--O' - j it-rb Pennock. general manacci i of thc Philadelphia Phillies, died ; ioday at Midtown hospital of a 1 ..«.-.. S w crdav V freedom of v^erda^ ^ our American traditions hemorrhage. llppinj: Custom Assisting Mrs. Moore with the suxiliary Americanism activities During the Middle ages it was a 'ur;iiii \\»»«m !'·»·»»- « - - - -- ---. M-AT.i/1 ithc U. S. becomes involved in an- \\orld «4i:Aiii«4^r rf»iiiw-« B ^ r V B ^ - v - jarc Ihe following members of tne 'Americanism committee: Mrs. Ida Milsdarffer, Mrs. Bonnie Martin, gym. Lincoln At Junior Hi Tonight The Lincoln $rado school "Redbirds" baskclball team will play, lonighl at 7:30 awinst the Colpi learn at the Junior high' Thc Rcdbirds lost their Mrs. Jennie Pattinson The Daily Register, 20c a week. came last night «hrr» they played ihe Carrier Mill toam «ith a score of 29 against their 16.

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