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Harrisburg, Illinois
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THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBURG* MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1948 In ,,,ort I ho Von «'* »r.ontl8 of 1 · , I ho lln-t « * » r . o n 8 o 1)ur ""- r Ihe United States i.n- '"·"'. »»"' 011 d)Unr8 worth of ' " " , , , Huss.u. 'Mink Hrocdcn f " rS \ntwn of »ic U"" cd stiltcs rc ' °*T 11.1 m.portatibns from Kussiu "" rl! Increase. Looookeeeee FR! On We Craz?i y- · · * hike a l r o* Sec Us .\ 0 obligations to Buy Marathon Service Clctchcr ami Sivok South Main and Raymond THOS. D. GREGG Gf.'dJ't" · 1 ' ld Rf'WKl. Optometrist Second Floor Gregg Bldg. pt-c-vi "2\V w 265R for Appointment ALLEY OOP CEBVE THAT PHONY HAvJ^H? HAW.' I'LL N HIS THICK 6XULL. THAT'S , \S'HKT I'LL... THAT A SPARK T LAST YOU*. Everybody's Cuckoo "%**·» ··-· · * ·» * » ·· ··· I I II f*« 6IMME PUNK. AN9 NEVER MINI? THE WISE CKACK5.' I'LL 3ESV6 YOUR. RWHEADtP RAJAH By V. T, Homlin YC-U BEWARE. CXCiLL6NCY»THI5 MAN HAS IN Collinsville, Pekin, Salem It Pays to Rea3 Daily Register Advertisements L'JL ABNER Fosdick's Eagle Eye Misses Nothing!! By Al Capp [TWESF, V;EDD:M' PRESENTS ARF. V.ORTH A KING'S TRANSOM A'-BUT, WITH ME GUARDINTEM THEY'RE AS SAFL AS IF THEY VfcS IN THEIR MOTHER'S AW1S .'f '/./.// \ ! \ i . i 5-'" :C =$' t^j 'vy \C/. tlLUJ fl"SS' / / ' fegC S 1 SPEAK, MULLIGAN- SPEAK J7 ? ?-HE'S DEAD.'f-ALL THE GDESTS -MACHINE-GUNNED-- AND A MILLION IN OEWELS- GONE !T- THERE'S NO DOUBT ABOUT rr--A CHIME HAS BEEN COMMITTED -'. · -ONE CHIPPENDALE CHAIR -MISSING ff CHIPPENDALE*'.'' ' SHMIPPENDALE. r .T SPRINGFIELD, 111.. Feb. 2-- (U.H)---The same powerful trio-Collinsville. Pekin and Salem-occupied the first three places in! United Press downstalc prep basketball ratings today for the fourth straight week. East Rockford moved into fourth place, replacing La Grange, which fell to sixth after its first defeat ol the season, a 38 to 36 decision on the Evanston court. West Rockford rose from 12th to 10th, and Danville climbed from 15th to 12th. Only newcomer to the "top 15" this week was little but mighty Iloopeston, with a string of 21 consecutive wins and no defeats. The Cornjcrkers were given loth place in the ratings. Galesburg, shellacked by Pekin for its fourth loss of the season, fell from the select list. RED RYDER Bad News By Fred Harmon M O N U M E N T S AND M A R K E R S Or KVERLASTIXG BEAUTY AM) MEMORY ADAMS M O N U M E N T CO. 202 Last Poplar Phone 118611 Thurmond Adams, Prop. CLUE WE'VE 6oT- SOYS-' LET'5 HEAD The ratings: Team Collinsville Pekin Salem East Rockford Taris La Grange Pinckncyville Lawrenceville Waukegan West Rockford Robinson Danville Dundee Pana j Hoopsston Not far Won 16 14 20 16 18 13 .16 13 11 13 16 14 17 15 21 Lost 0 1 1 0 2 1 1 4 1 3 3 ·1 1 3 0 GIVE YOURSELF A SMOOTHER RIDE! 17 S. Main STORE H. V. McDaniel HARRISBURG Phone 17 Complete Stock of Washer and Radio Parts P-rrrt Service On RcSAlrs Robson Radio Electric Service 2G6 E. rc?'n Small Spanish Pe.:nats i The Spanish peanut has a small ' pod and a kernel covered v.-ith brownish skin. The plant grows upright, its pods lying underground close together. Spanish peanuts arc suitable lor crushing. saKinsj'and Tor making peanut butter and candy. Washing: Silverware Keep an aluminum cup of hot water containing soda beside the tiish- pan when doing breakfast dishes. Into this cup dip spoons or forks discolored by breakfast eggs. By the time the dishes are done, the silver is bright again. !*K 1 1 Phone 174R1 { Brushes Phone 678 Michigan Leeds Big Nine Following 51 to 48 Win Over Northwestern Over T\\K Fashion Palace INCOME "TAX SERVICE 2 to'6 p. ro. - Adults 50c - Children 25c 6 to 9:30 p, m. - Adults 60c - Children 30c Keaster Rug Upholstery Cleaning: 503 W. South St. Phone 859R Harrisburs Kirby Vacuum Cleaner Dealer CHICAGO, Feb. 2-- OLE)--Wis-1 consin's defending Big Nine basketball champions were out of the league lead today for the first time since the 1946-47 season! opened, and the Badgers were pulling for Ohio State or Illinois to upset Michigan this week in order to get back into first place. Michigan took over the top spot in the league Saturday night with a 53 to 37 revenge victory over Northwestern in the only conference game of the week. Earlier, the Wildcats had handed the Wolves their only league setback at Evanston, 51 to 48. Tonight. Michigan attempts to tighten its grip on the lead against Ohio State at Columbus whili in the second conference struggle Northwestern moves to Iowa. The Wolverines were favored to win, despite the fact that the visiting teams have triumphed in only three of the 24 Big Nine out of the top group were G l e n b a r d , Edwardsville, Arenzville Breeze, Mattoon, Kankakee. Clinton, Decatur and sev- cial other clubs. . Collinsville, East Rockford and JHoopeston were the only unbeaten teams on the list. Collinsville ! racked up decisive wins over Wood ! River and Ml. Vernon during the 1 week-end while East Rockford registered the first win over Elgin in the school's history, 34 to 30. Koopeston won the Vermilion county tourney. Norway Wins Olympic Speed Skating Events Assassination of indhi or Bv MILES W. VAUGHN , ^ - - - .. ,, United" Press Vice President For! home is in Trondheim, clipped 1.6 ST. MORITZ, Feb. 2. -- (U.P.) -Sverre Farstad of Norway won the Olympic 1,500-meter speed skating i championship today, setting a new I Olympic record of 2:17.6. ! The 28-year-old Farstad, whose \sia [seconds off the old mark of 2:19.2 TOKYO Feb 2--UJ.E--The as- set by Charles Mathisen of Norway sassination of Mohandas K. Gand- j in the 1936 Olympiad. ' hi constitutes a definite setback j Two other Scandinavians also for the cause of all Asiatic coun- broke the old Olympic mark as tries in their common effort to | Ake Seyffarth of Sweden sped the achieve higher standards for their j distance in 2:18.1 and Odd Lund- Prepared For Sickness! people. \.*AO v^Ativ. v ··· -- . -- --· berg of Norway turned in 2:18.9, ;upiu. wcio *·"· -* v * ·· " ·* * ----- . , Rightfy or wrongly, Gandhi was finishing second and third, respec ' ,,, ,.,, men's downhill ski race,} Henry Oreiller of France won the i n o n i i S m h u n t i m e y Hen 7 r e e t - o . r death will be interpreted by many event in 2:o5.0 with Barney Me vr Colo., c a t a i n of the people as proof that the national £T- DCODie as prooi inai me iitmuiisu- *-"-"··· "--· -- · :- - , i.-_j - - - -- - - . . ~ TN "l e fst movement in India is likely to U. S. ski team close behind games played this year. Iowa, be marked bv extremism rather 13:00.2. ;_ COLLECTIONS ts. ncto and lad -AC-J » i w v/e colleci fnxn.anyonc, any- »Vf, i-y ; r ,, ' ' No collection, no charge! M. I. Xcslcr Collection Agency 302 E. Walnut Phone 113 MOTSINGER AND ROSE Konds and Insurance I" 1 : S. MAIN ST. Phone G55R f "**~ J " '·'·· n" j £. »prt»" . D. A. LEHMAN EYE. EAR. NOSE, THROAT Glasses Fitted 20?, North Vine Street Suite 4--Harrisbur ·g Hospital GOODRICH TIRES ser, Truck. Tractor ,,, TIRE r,ATTEKY Tcnns 17 Insurance Harker Hiley " -HOLLYWOOD Youthful, Cowboy Extra · Added _Attraction-The Sunset Rangers Western Entertainers of the Movies too, was the favorite, not only on the basis of playing" on the home floor, but also because the Hawk- eyes have won 10 out of 12 games this season. All Big Nine clubs moved into action Saturday after a mid-semester vacation. The Michigan- Illinois contest, which could jum- · · will than responsibility. / Minneapolis pcope 3 be the headline brawl. In 9ther scraps Indiana plays at Miami. 0., Iowa moves to Purdue, Minnesota entertains Ohio State and Wisconsin faces Northwestern in the Chicago Stadium. If Michigan tonight. £, undoubtedly will use it as an ex- j {or the 3 - ap course, no cuse for an unbridled attack upon j fifth. J en Hennd %f b £gg ? a }J di consider "w^nme £ y . Norway »s third beats Ohio State a man who had set an example of ·cted but lo'Sto great patriotism and humanity. ,V*LV.U* U U L 1U-**0 fcy o * 1_^*:«* «f 4 0 1 n t i i Vick's Salve Perlussin Vitamins Kleenex Absorbent Cotton Adhesive Tape Antiseptic Baby Oil Antiseptic Solution Aspirin Tablets Atomizers Baby Oil Bandages, assorted sizes Boric Acid Burn Ointment Camphorated. 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Indo-China and elsewhere. That school of thought in Occidental countries which has argued High School I n d i -j Basketball Scores · ··ff|| A V t \ * l « V**t "WVX*" V - mtr-* -Northwestern forced the Wol- that political independence must vcrines?£USTutSrtfor the first;be given to so-calledI ojtonia peo- 16 minutes of their Saturday game. I pics only ycrj; gradually «ill use The lead changed hands three!the assassination as a potent ar- By United Press BENTON TOURNEY (Final) Pin"kneyvillc 55. Bcnton 46. ' Johnston City 58. Marion 06 j Tonite 6 p. m. -- Tuesday 6 p. m. Sg i times and the score was tied sev- AGENCY COUNTY CREDIT BUREAU REPORTS COLLECTION SERVICE' Building .Phone 67S Cori Zellcr--World's Fastest Oil Painter--Will Pain* a P^urc Valued At $100 Which Sunset Carson WiH Personally Present To Some Lucky Ticket Ho!dcr in the Audience. A Painting Will Be Given Awcy At Each Performance en times. But then Captain Bob Harrison tallied seven points to give the Wolves a 26 to 19 halftime lead. Northwestern "9 v cr was back in the game. Harrison T ft and Don Macintosh each counted | | | 10 points to lead Michigan while center George Maddock was high for the Wildcats with 9. V I I ^ ^AW^fc.'***^'""^ ·*»·*·"»' · · - - - - - · " 4 gument to sustain- this viewpoint. Civic Clubs Urged To Music Camp SCORES / Collinsville 50. Ml. Vernon 36. Ccnlralia 57. Vandalia 46. Salem 61. Olncy 41. . East St. Louis 37. Champaign 3o. Pekin 53. Galesburg 36 COAL BELT TOURNEY Zcigler 49, Elkvillc 42 (cham- Fi °Srbo P ndale U. High 66. Hurst- IVush 46 (consolation). CRAWFORD DAISY KENYON EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION Pete Smith's "Bowling Tricks" starring Andy Varipapa -- "World's Greatest Bowler. ,, points'were against .Micnigan oiaiu to lead .clubs _ ;""T.-«,.V» the Gophers to a 69 to 63 win. The |out.the greater fcgpt Spartans held a 36 to 25 edge at Heel the best vocal and , - ' " but Minnesota pulled al musicians in their ., points in the first Uirec schools and aware »ncni a minutes of the second period and arship to .he Loplwm took over a lead they never lost Camp. Du Quoin, after five and one half minute?. A- T. Alwoo In the second conference game {Each Rotary. Saturday Iowa had too much power jior Chamber oi for Regis of Denver and won. 76 | ness and "~ r to 48. The teams were tied al 17, clubs and to 17 after 15 minutes of play, but State Federation of Murray Wicr, who scored 26 points , Bi Ninc s lca aj ng scorers: Team Minn. » i . Busi for the night, popped home two fast baskets and Iowa held a 33 to 26 halftimc margin. They never were headed. The top ten individual scorers were urged to send at least one student to music camp for one, fwo, three or four weeks. Each ,- . ,. onc-wcc* scholarship willI cost jSUcMcn. S25.00 which includes room, board. Iowa _ Wise. I Kilter, Indiana Schniltker. OSU .Rchfcldt. Wise. iEddlcman, Illinois lAxncss. Purdue Iowa G 5 5 7 6 5 7 6 5 5 5 TP 28 A g . 120 93 79 78 74 75 67 65 63 24 13.3 13.1 15.6 10.5 12.5 13.4 ·13 12.6 MILIARD'DIETR Tonite 6 p. m. News of the Day . and inslniction. in the Big Nine race were nearly annually attracts j unchanged. The only shift moved .throughout the i Bill Sticklen of Northwestern, who |arca. Tlic .acuity i counted 7 against Michigan, into .instructors is 9th place with 65 points and drop-1 Last year l.-v? 'ped Leonard Mctcalfe of Iowa; from 9th to 10th with 63. The Big Nine standings: The music camp students from of · t SEE John B. Owen, J. P. ·· = S.-Main Phone 655W rfn SU U% or Drivers' License, s. Deeds or Mortgages. INCOME TAX ON THE SCREEN Simsefr Carson in "Days of SIU Beats Illinois formal, 79 lo 63 Team Michigan Wisconsin Illinois Iowa Purdue Minncscota Indiana Ohio State I Northwestern W 3 5 4 3 3 2 2 1 1 I, 1 2 2 2 2 3 4 4 4 JAtwood pointed out. With this I type of support from civic organ- Pet! izations Egypt is fast gaining na- .750 Uional reputation as a cultural cen- 714'ter for teen-age boy and g:rl mu- 667 sicians. This' summer the camp ;then 600 will operate four one-week scs- nois 600 sions al the Du .Quoin State Fair- fcrcnce 400 grounds from June 14, to July 10. j Bob {lured CARBOXDALE. ll y . TM- fourth I linois 79 o 63. in llli- Con- Popeye Cartoon Tuesday 2 p. m. -- Wednesday 6 p. Double Feature -- 12c and 3^c 'A Girl, A Boy, and A Dog Start-ins Sharyn Noffclt and Harry Davenport Return Showing it .333 .200 .200 The Oaiiy by carrier coy. Lockhart scoring Quentin Stinson of -^ - _ -- . . .-- _ ^-- t l k A m i l l SSarrin,! Johnny Weissmullcr. Buestcr Crabbc "ft" -i wrk ooints Quentin Stinson oi E.IUV- -°- a * C - K ' :X tillSl 19 to pace the Maroons)

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