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The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 5

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THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBURG, TLL., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1948 PAGE FIVE L J Cage Games at Tw ° Lh Friday prove ,e will be a Lads i, be 1IIU ,, ,,,ie will be a ^» s 'I' 11 ' ".''"".mii-st between school -ml 1 K1(I \, 1 cir lathers. The W |S : " tt be a «irls same, r 1 ' 1 " 11 " 1 ' ,\i I «wl seventh graders *» | l l l l K uiist Uirls I" thc f l f l h 'JluU'iul' 11 . 1 u }" l( u.ain last Friday J^^rs-"-^ ion- ^. n ' ( .'Vp and this wUl con" lo(1 w l . ii.it',uc games for the College Scores v United I'ress . ;,,. TO Michigan Gb. "'" * -slcrn 54 61, Kentucky 5.. C2, Arkansas Protect All Valuables vihnblc papers, including a ',,d' manintfc certificates, · or na\y discharge papers and ',ertv deeds, should be kept in a '^protection from fire and ALLEY OOP Not Too Awful CXX HEAVCN3. IS THVT \ KNCW...01IT ALLEY I 0X0} CAN'T \ TKV TO CONTACT ND O£CA,SL VVOU SET I THEM WITH IN THE! THEM / THF VIEW THE SCREEN LlfiHTED OK5HT UP.' MWBE WE'LL HAVE TROUBLE ONLV DR. WONMJfi COUL3 A TECHNICAL EXPLKN,\TION 0? THIS SNA.EL..AND MUCH TOO BUSV RienT NOW TO OBLIGE US. L'lL ABNER Fosdick Is a Shrewd Article ISN'T HE A JBWSL THI5 ^ERVINS- OF MINE...T3K IT* NO USE.' THE MAfiB WJN'T CLEAR OH. By V.T. H 0m .fn Badgers Back in Big Nine Lead as Michigan Drops 70-66 Tilt to Ohio State CHICAGO, Feb. 3--U.E--Wis- time Iowa tied thc score. Then cousin's basketball Badgers were back on lop of the Big Nine race today despite more than a week of idleness, and 'it took a good deed of the Ohio State Buckeyes to return the Badgers to first place. Wisconsin tumbled from the 9P-AHDUNNOV/HY TOSDiCK IS VORE IDEE.L.V- AIL HE. DOES IS VJORRV 'BOUT SOI-1E FOOLISH CHIPPENDALE CHAIR, WHILE INNERCENr FOLKS IS GITTIM' SLAUGHTERED-RIGHT HIS " TOSDICK'S NOSE. IS NOT STOOPID.'." ITS OEST AS SMART AS TH' REST , O' HIM A'- NOW, AH HAS MADE A I LIFELONG STUDY O'HIS METHODS- theft. Second Hour Gregg Bldg. p k -r« 72'.V cr 265R (or Appointment -AN'AM GOT IT AU. FJGGERp OOT/: r -WHILE TH'CRIMfNUL ' IS A-V/EARIN' HISSELF OUT; ' BUTCHERIM' FOLKS-FOSDICK i IS A-SAVIN' WEAR AN TEAK ' ON HIS BRAIN BV BEIN --' STOOPID.T THEN COMES TH'SHOWDOWN- AN' TH' CRIM'NUL. IS A DA»P DUCK. ON ACCOUMT HIS BRAIN IS ALL WORE OUT, WHILE FOSDJCK'S BRAIN IS FRESH, ON ACCOUNT HE NEVAH " eec; 1T r ' ---·" ·^ The Posse Closes In By Fred Harmon M O N U M E N T S A N D M A R K E R S OP IIVEKLASTING BEAUTY AM) MEMORY ADAMS CO. 202 I'ast Poplar Phone 11SGR Thurmond Adams, Prop. JUS? A REV OP UllLt 6£M£R'5PISAFPEAKMCS-- IKS 5A6S-' LOOKS UKE LltTLc BEAVER CHIEF SUSPECT/ =E -THAT Plato U'as \Vronj: Hormones for Apples , Plato thought that we sec by rays I Use ^ a hormone spray of naph- \ generated in the body moving out thalcno acetic acid to reduce drop- 1 through the eyes. Science has shown P ing as a PP les near maturity is an Complete Stock of Washer and Radio Parts · f-v-A Ser.ice Cn Repairs Robson Radio Electric Service 204 L Pw'J' P-*TM 0 * 17;R1 u he was surnamcd Plato beca.ise of j lowin S them to ;: his broad shoulders. j forc harvest. msture be- Fuller Brushes Phone .678 Washington Column By Peter Edson NBA-Register Correspondent WASHINGTON (NEA) -- top Saturday when Michigan, one of thc prc-season favorites, walloped Northwestern at Ann Arbor and took over the lead. But last night thc Buckeyes, a high scoring sophomore five which had won only one in five starts, put thc whammy on the Wolverines at Columbus, 70 to ^6. That was enough to knock Michigan out of their new lead, and it left Wisconsin a half game ahead of Illinois and Iowa, deadlocked in second place. Iowa advanced into the tie with a 57 to 54 overtime triumph over Northwestern, chiefly on little Murray Wier's 20 points. Thc results of the two league games thus set the stage for a last ditch struggle for the rest of thc campaign. Only three teams have more than half their conference schedule to play, Michigan, Purdue and Minnesota, and all the rest have completed their program. Illinois to ?!ny Michigan | Saturday the standings can be I jumbled still more with Michigan [ at Illinois, Iowa at Purdue, Ohio] State at Minnesota and Wiscon}sin against Northwestern in the I Chicago Stadium. | Wisconsin could retain the lead i by beating Northwestern, but if t the Wildcats can pull an upset, there might be a double tie for i first place. | . Because the home teams have ; won 23 of the 26 Big Nine games j which have been played this year, 'the favorites Saturday must be Illinois, Purdue and Minnesota. Wis- .consin and Northwestern, because ,the clash is on a neutral floor, [ranks as a toss-up as the Badgers l have by far the best record and ! Northwestern is more familiar j Ohio State held Michigan, a top i defensive quintet, at bay during I the first half and held a nine 'point lead at the intermission. [Then, with only 13 minutes left, the Bucks were ahead by 16 points. Harrisburg city schools, includ-1 Michigan rallied and pulled within ing Dorrisville grade school, have- one basket, but Ohio State man- collected $655.70 for the March a g e( | ± 0 s t ay ahead for a four point i o£ Dimes, A. M. Hetherington, fj na i margin. Bob Harrison was chairman of the drive, reported ' t n e Wolverine star with 20 points today. S while Bob Donham paced the win- The donations .by schools fol-'ners with 19. lows: MeKinley $189.47, Junior, \Vier Leads Scorers High S68.61. Logan $83.31, Bay-! Iowa plunged in front of North- liss $56, Horace Mann $141.31, Lincoln $14.60 and Dorrisville $102.40. the Wildcats took a three point edge and it looked like they were in. But Bob Vollcrs and Bob Schulz each hit baskets for Iowa and the Hawkcycs held out. Wicr's 20 points moved him back into first place in the indi k'idual seoriiiK chase with 138 Jor ; six games. However, Jbu Mcln- ; tyre of Minnesota retained second · with 123 points fur five contests, ' and his average of 25.0 per wimo | was still tops compared to Wicr's ; 23. v ! Team Wisconsin Illinois Iowa Michigan Purdue Minnesota Indiana Ohio State Northwestern W 5 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 4 4 5 Pel.? .714' .607 .067 .600* ,600 .400 .333, .333 .167 -THERE'S A fosse COM w, AXD ONE YlP OLttA-YOD VJOULD LAtiP ME »^ THE Local Schools Collect $655 for March of Dimes western in the first half and held a 28 to 24 edge at the end of the 20 minute period. Northwestern pecked away at the lead, however. 0\cr The Fashion Palace INCOME TAX SERVICE 2 to 6 p. m. - Adults 50c - Children 25c 6 to 9:30'p. m. - Adults 60c - Children 30c When the Polish motorship Batory Hetherington also reports addi- pecked away at the lead, however, cleared New York harbor recently, a on al contributions from rural'.and with seconds to go guard ;i ,,,,,-,·; nrl imrnrt nttlol- f^rOf\ Qflll , i_ _ _ ^_11 T7 T ,,,!-,-,,.,1 CO - ! fVllIf* t TnilTpV nnnnPO 1H 3 lOflff \easter Rug Upholstery Cleaning 503 W. South St. Phone 859R Harrisburg Kirby Vacuum Cleaner Dealer COLLECTIONS :? -J-~v M;., fjt accotnis. notes and bad 'i * -t- .-· We ccl!«t ficm anyone, ar?-, ·, -i- No collection, no charge! M. D. Ncslcr Collection Agency 302 E. Walnut Phone 113 MOTSIXGER AND ROSE Bonds and Insurance 17'= S. MAIN, ST. I'hone G55R '--J-. V · -~- J £_ .p c . e .. RK| . . D. A. LEHMAN EVE. EAR. xoSE, THROAT '·lasses Fitted 203 North Vine Street 4-Harrisbur5 Hospital GOODRICH TiRES n^-r. Truck, Tractor S: BATTERY E- I'oplar Terms 174R1 --~~^^ Insurance Harker Miley -HOLLYWOOD ona c o n r u n s . schools as follows: E. Ledford $2; i Chuck Tourek popped in a long Lone Oak $1.75, Liberty $2.40, fielder to tie the score at 49 to Cottage Grove $10, Bixler $15.70,149. In the overtime Northwest- Ebenezer $6: Abney $7.90, Lake-Jem went ahead twice, but each view $7.60, Pleasant Valley $6; ~~~ Fisher Bend $5.7-1 Carrier ~ Mills Communitv high school donated $47.10, the Carrier Mills grade school contributed $61.73. Galatia grade school added $100 to the March of Dimes and Stonefort grade school turned in $61.73. Hetherington also reports $18 received from the Stone- lort business men. Study Method to Survey Road Heeds SPRINGFIELD, 111., Feb. 3-(EE--A proposed method of surveying the road needs of Illinois j ««»n i ~ was being studied today by the iam state commission to set up a long range road building program. , . ».. Golden Gloves Tourney Opens at (en!ralia Feb. 9 CENTRALIA, III., Feb. 3.-- At least 100 southern Illinois ringsters will be ready to launch the three- day battle of leather when the 10th annual Egyptian "Golden Gloves tournament opens in Centralia's Trout gym on February 9. Norman C. Baker, who's handling the bulk of the arrangements for the Sentinel-American Legion- sponsored event, today listed 91 it carried, among other cargo, 900 pounds of pencils, notebooks, school supolies, books and clothing. It was bound for the Co-Operative High School of Warsaw, Poland. It was collected at the Long Branch, N. J., high school at the , suggestion of the biology and chem- i istrv instructoi, Miss Gertrude Mae Abbitt. First Miss Abbitt persuaded her fellow-teachers to "adopt" the faculty of the Warsaw high. Then the Long Branch student council decided to "adopt" Warsaw high. Collection boxes were put in each assembly room. It wasn't long before they had five crates of school supplies. Shipping was handled free by the Polish consulate in New York. If the first shipment goes through all right, Long Branch will repeat in March. v 'lt has done a lot of good here," Miss Abbittt writes to Kobert Stanforth, deputy director of the Commission for International Education Reconstruction, here in Washington. "I feel that if every school knew they could work through agencies ior shipment, schools would h e 15 schools.'' What has happened in _ Branch may not be thc most thrill- present roaa ust», piuuciuit vuan «-. w«. .««-·. ing news in the world, bui it is.j n future traffic loads on high-j tenders, lypical of what has been going ways highway construction and j In addition to thc local team, i on in hundreds of U. S. communi- maintenance costs and construe-1 Baker announced that thc follow- ties for over two years, with very j tion standards. ! ing cities had also announced their httle recognition. All these sc-j The study, if approved by the' intentions of sending rcprcscnta- parate donations have never bccnj comm j ss j on '' an d public Roads Ad- j lives: Carbondalc, 10 fighters: Mc- roundcd up into thc big national ministration, would be financed i tropolis, 12: Germantown. !;: Mur-! s'.orv which they really make. 1°; partially by federal funds. In ad-1 physboro. 8: Red Bud. 8. Sparta. 8: all, "nearly $150.000,000 worth ot dition to planning a long term road Greenville. 5: and Harnsburg, Car- school aid has been furnished. 'improvements program, thc High( jylc, and Johnston City. 4 each. The $150 000.000 worth of aid i way Department proposal would . Because many of thc entries will furnished so far just scratches' include a study of state and local i have to travel long distances to tne surface of real need, says Har-| taxes to support thc roads. get to thc tournament, wcigh-ms old E Snvder, CIER director. Thc ] The commission, headed by Lt a nd physical examinations will not need according to UNESCO--me jGov. Hugh Cross, look no immcdi- be held until thc afternoon of the United Nations Educational, Scien- ale action on the plan. 'opening day, Monday, rcbruary ». ; tific and Cultural Organization--; ;Thai means that pairings will not i is as great as 47.000 blackboards. D e l eaa f e Assembly of . be made until late in the afternoon. 52 000.000 pieces of chalk, 200.000.-: £J I «SI»"« S A ' 1 Baker announced that instead of not) pencils. 83.000.000 pens. 6.0001Education ASS n robes, as have been awardcci i n ; _ * ^ ^ ^ ...» *xn.^ *^« - ' ^ * j - * J · « - · ^ " V ' _ _ . . Ul.~. ,«.«.*.«« t ... practically cer- They represent a dozen cities and with several towns still to fall in line, it seems certain at a commission meeting here yesterday, contemplates employing an independent engineering consult- Vance Hall, local boxing trainer, has promised a team of 13 for the tournament. 10 from Ccntralia and inacpcnucnt miyiiicmiiis ».vi«o»»" «»»«»«««»"·».·". -» ant to make recommendations on . three from Sandoval. though he nas present road uses, probable change i not yet definitely picked his con- « f A ._ _ A Ct-~* 1«.n*3.-- nn l"»iCfri_ I 4 s\nrl n»»c* AGENCY Extra Added Attraction-The Sunset Rangers AVeslcrn Entertainers of the Movies IHH) pencils, oo.uuu.uuu i»en. u.vuv ( «.%·»·*.»·»·««· .-w -- roues. a.» HJ»V.- WVH «-~--- : ---, aliases, 64.000 maps. 22.000 ioni;j o Meef Monday, Feb. 9, thc past. Jackets would be given j of paper for notebooks and teM-j I U TM etl *" w 7/ \i 0 winners in thc various weight, : i-«« t .o -jrtn nnn honrhoc :iOO.OOO j jjic Delegate Assembly of the divisions of thc tournament, both i Southern division of the Illinois novice and open. Boxing trunks »-·_*__ *· i ^___^:-,4:«« « *13 *vrw*f ' ...zii u« *.».-**»/3sw3 1rt iHo OT£n niTl- _ .^ - - , J l\J * 1 4 « M V i ; 3 » * » * « » w -·»-- V *_ ' itoc'ksr 300JOOO benches. 300.000: -jj,,. Delegate Assembly of the divisions of thc tournament, both] 'chairs and 3.000,000 desks. Southern division of the Illinois novice and open. Boxing trunks; Some 300 private American so- Educational association \\ill meet!will be awarded to thc open run- cial chartablc. educational ar.d| a t 7 p. m. Monday. Feb. 9. in ncrs-up. . . , rcligiouc crganizations^vith CI £ S j Carbondalc. Dale Wilson, Saline, Baker said the decision to aw ara have tackled this prfr county superintendent of schools,, jackets, which will : N E COUNTY BUREAU REPORTS ACTION SERVICE Phone 678 Carl Zcllcr--World's Fastest Oil Painter--Will Paint a Picture Valued At $100 Which Sunset Carson Will Personally Present To Some Lucky Ticket Holder In the Audience. A Painting WiH Be Given Awoy At Each Performance and arc driving away at it Asia. announced today. 3 U: and11 Evansvillc Co ivcitf' Lkcnsc, , Deeds or^ ON THE SCREEN Sunset Carson in Days of Buffalo Bill i. high :s made their rnJamagcd schools. Thc Church of thc Brethren 5x instructors to train trader op- .cralors in thc Yellow River valley iof China. Massachusetts Institute i o f Technology is bringing over . curtain 180 European science students for lt ° n Curtain, isummer school, paying all ex- Ipcnscs. , The American Dental Asocia ! tion is planning to send an in structor to help train badly-nccdco dentists. Thc Unitarian ia Golden Globes" inscribed on the backs, was made upon request of fighters in last years meet who considered that thc jackets would Jvli , will have all cxpcns-, I At College Park, Md. this com- j ^""paid" to the Tournament of ( ' ing May and Jane, will be held the champions in Chicago that will be j 1 first international seminar of cdu- lic](] February 23-24-25. j cators, to exchange information! _ -- ] on trends and method*. TM£Jj Two AutOS Damaged from l-thind {»c|| n Collision ·S. ssri,,»«.«.«- *.'. CS.PSS -'ss rtl ^ . statesmen wrinkle their bums and a Ulfdll UVVIV*!^ I'*"" *·»«»'»' " - - - - - I- sjMSB? ffH^ifesssSr-K (doctors up to date on . science. d aid. There ^civ j » Our Complimenis io the Towles On the Opening of THE NEW PALACE CLOTHING STER PLUMBING HEATING PALACE CLOTH!! "Where Saline County Buys Its Paint" Fast Repair Service on Your Electric Appliances No lengthy waits when your appliances go to Skaggs for repairs. It's back before you know it! Experts to assure you top-flight work. Factory- authorized parts and service. FREE ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN. PHONE 37 ELECTRIC CO. Phone 37 HARRISBURG, ILLINOIS Tonite 6 p. m. JOAN DAN* HtN*Y * CRAWFORD ANDREWS 'FONDA' DAISYKENYON EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION Pete Smith's "Bowling Tricks" starring Andy Varipapa -Greatest Bowler. . World's! Wednesday 6 p. m. -- Thursday 6 p. m. A PICTURE BEYOND ALL WONDER! Paramount^ Review of the News Now Showing Double Feature -- 12c and 35c A Girl, A Boy, and A Dog Starring Sharyn Moffctt and Harry Davenport Return Showing It It SWAMP FIRE Starring f Johnny Weisstnuller, BucMcr Crabbc . Youth groups of £an Francisco} ing them tne way can out-think Jhe master mmd. aid. There moving way ahead of them, show- l The Daily Register, 20c a week.[ 71 "'1 ; f 3-. " ll 'ft ^ r. - t * "i!»' I' l:i H

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