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February 6, 1948

The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois · Page 7

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THE DAILY REGISTER. HARRISBUBG^^y TM» AY » ^fiRUAKY 0, 1018 PAGE SEVEN jIU Annouiues ·48 Grid Schedule FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS f/cvotion Needed By Merrill Blosscr ,,,,. IW H,,JI schedule for .- i,t lK s«..ti«-m i"»!j-!\. l ""; M V "" M . m o i i v will open then l h V , M ' nM Wayne Un.vcr- ^'l'' 1 '- ; 7 . Mich., a school l m t 17.- (nK '\.ii.pni schedule, but its o"' 1 """ he 'schedule reprc- l' :t ' s( ' |Ut ' n i m U"-' ' zc and '·"I" .'' ,i southern's football op- I' OIK " |S , r,.,, ( i,nJ! Illinois Intereol- ' |lu '/v.nSi!f Conference chain- l^iiiU' . . schedule follows. 1' tlM V'-Twavne University, at N ! "riVi '' Cape Girardcau. W " " ' , V, Indiana State, here: l; il f ,?' \ oU-rn Illinois, here. I I 1 ,, N o i t h f i n Illinous at Dc( x , . H I »0. Arkansas St. U. H: -'"''V (i Illinois Normal tlni- l u i c ', !,.,(·' and Nov. 13. Kiusl- U l M t \ H i l l - , SHADY5IOE.' / FIGHT .ItAM, TIME" our FOR. , SHAOYSIOE/ VOU GOTTA STOP THAT LON DRINJK OF WATER/ L LErl «·» STILTS AT U/THAf 5 ' ^ HOME / f t* !«V Illinois Ploys Michigan in ·M M .^^h. ^r^ ·* ti · M '* ALLEY OOP HowD'vo Like Tfiat. follow Hass in A u t u m n W i c n fro^t comes, bass move /,,.,, t - o ^hallow into dccier water o do mo-5 of thcir fccdlng - " ls - c c c t « s j i to follow them to get the tos'. of .uiU.iini THOS. D. GREGG r., *·» r-d R«jistrrod Optom-trist Seiond 1'ioor Gregg Bldg. p.,,,, Till cr 265R fcr Appo.nlmcnt "EH.r KO\\'.' Y'M5~ KOf NOW LOOK. I CAN TrW.H ^Cja LITTLE I GO ALONS WITH A .. B_ . VCLJ'LL RSM^iBEe \ A LIMIT TO I'M TM 1 RAJAH AN'yOJI?£ y 5EN5E OF PLUNKE// X V HUMO2.. i'2S=St CCf* IM 50 . ALL YOU. 3'JT- Ky JOHN BIGGEKS Special to Register Tonight Harrisburg's Bull Dogs [ w i l l entertain an up-and-coming IMt. Vernon team, which in last j week's play, defeated the strong Centralia team, and put the latter's first place position -in thc ,,__ South Six in danger. Bv V. T. H a m J i n j A win for Coach Ralph Davi/ _ _ ._ i «^..»,, Tt 1 .11 Y\*\rtc* 4 It ic* n\tnr\\nf hQ\V - WITH JHI5.TIME- .' IT* UNNWUBAL.' X we've COT FLSNTV -ro WOBC ABOUT/ . T ** BCC y * OKAy.C5CWS.V0'. f-Vtf ATTEND T \VH'L C CX^VINS MY UM3ZEU T'LU KSEP YOUR MINP OFF Y rs L'lL ABNER Goodbye Mr. Chippendale!^ By Al Capp M O N U M E N T S A N D M A R K E R S or rVKULASTlNG BEAUTY ' AX I) MEMORY ADAMS MONTMENT CO. 202 Kast I'oplar I'hone 11SGR Thurmond Adams, Prop. HAVE A *--*· INNOCENT CiTlZL' HIPPENDW.E1 } 5UTCHEPED. ALL CHAIR. COM- \ O'ER THE CITY, MISS I ONER."- JA^D ALL. YOU £ft- \ MEAN- /CAN TMiNK Or IS A Qff-k-'. CHIPPENDALE CHAIR.rr CHIPPENDALE CHAIRS ARE A FIXATION WITH YOU/I'' EGAD-FOSDICK-WITH VOO ON THE CASE- I MIGHT BE MURDERED RIGHT. HERE rN MY OFFICE ff %c-^ EGAD f- NO ONE COULD THAN THAT/.'' FORTUNATELY FOR ME, NONE. OF MV STUPID RiVALS Of I THE FORCE, OVERHEARD MY LAST REMARK THIS IS HUMILIATING ff 31? thc quintet from Centralia. for Mt. Vernon has lost two games, compared to only one for thc Orphans. Thc local five hasn't played for a week and a half, last taking the floor at Benton, when they met defeat at the hands of southern Illinois' top-rated net- men, the Pinckneyville Panthers. Pinckneyville had a tough time with thc locals, however, for the final score saw the Panthers out front by a 44 to 32 count, which isn't too decisive for this team. Following thc tilt with Harrisburg. Pinckneyville downed Marion 58 to 41,* and whipped surprising Bcnton in the finals 55 to 46. Although thc Bull Dog foe for tonight seems a stiff opponent, the Rams were trampled last Saturday by thc leading team of thc state. Collinsville. Mt. Vernon offered some compeition the first half, but in the last two frames, Collinsvillc's Kahoks demoralized the boys of Stan Changnon. Since the Pinckneyville game. Coach Davison has been preparing the Bull Dogs for this week's contests. Tomorrow Harrisburg plays thc McLeansboro Foxes, which haven't been looking too promising in this season's play. Teams such as these, ^however, are us- C1I1CACO. Feb. 6. -- U'.l'iL. The a triumph. Iowa was hnrd hll Uig Nine's three basketball pace- this \\eck when Leonard Metcalfe. mnkers, Wisconsin. Illinois and i*s star center, was ruled Ineligible. Iowa meet major opponents to- Metcalfe won one of the league's morrow, and the outcome of their ten leading scorers, and his loss gjmcs could set up one of the [will hurt the Hawkeycs for thc trio as thc club to beat for thc j rest of the season. Thc contest remainder of thc campaign. I may develop into a scoring duel Illinois and Iowa, tied for second j between Murray Wier, Iowa's lead- place mid\\av through the season..or in individual scoring presently, tacc the toughest opposition from!TMd Dick Akncss. Purdue center the standpoint of the present stand-1 who ranks I0th m thc poinl racc ' i'lgs The Illini tangle with M i c h - j Ohio State 1'lay;; Minnesota igan at Champaign while Iowa t r a - j The fourth league game of thc vels to IVirduc. Thus the two night carnc-; Ohio State, tied with .second place teams bump heatL| Indiana for seventh, to Minnca- v.jth the pair tied for fourth, jus,t|p 0 n s for a scrap with sixth place below them in the ratings. | Minnesota. The Gophers have Wisconsin, also judging from the lost three gamer, and retain only standings, has thc easiest foe o f , t h e slightest hope of figuring in the night, tailcnd Xorlhwcstci :i. [ the championship, while the Buck- Thc game, though, is scheduled, eyes, four time losers, arc out for thc Chicago Stadium, a floor'oi title contention. \\ilh which the Wildcats are more This bra\\l. however, brings to- familiar. And, despite their i c - l g c t h e r tuo of the live leading curd. Northwestern forced the':-iorcrs of the conference. Jim highly-rated Iowa team into an Mclntyre. .Minnesota center, has overtime Monday before it lost, i netted 128 points in five league Wildcats Seek Revenge *» for an atvcrfa2c , tl !J £ rS 1 .. ,, , . i points pci contest, and DICK Northwestern, even by winning. L hniuko t. Onio state, has avcr- i c o u l d n t move out of last piace.l } J5 . u gamc for six !lut the Wildcats seek revenge for "t,.". ' i^y L niv; *iJ\.*v,«n otvi\ rCVCnjjC -.v c v f»rin t s a defeat suffered at Madibon last ·",,.', year when thc Badgers scored the winning basket alter time had run out. The Wildcats too have one of the leading scorers in the * league. Bill Sticklen. v.ho has been i CofieCje Scores a dependable point-maker at the. =" stadium. Thus, they were held as | only three point underdogs. | Michigan, a prc-season favorite] for thc crown, was rated eight j points weaker than Illinois on the, lilini floor. Illinois hasn't lo-A, a home game this season. Al-i [ t h o u g h the feature, the strongest defensive game in| tKe league, Illinois ranks third !m defense and sixth in offense.I Michigan has the lowest scoring I i average in the league. i Purdue was ranked six points. better than Iowa, and the Boiler-j 'makers could easily come up v.itni n on-l»a«uc same Indiana Miami. 0.. and was " to win. By United Press Notre Dame 55. Detroit 30. Kentucky 41. Alabama 31. NYU 61, Boston U. 44. Scores liy United Press Eastern Illinois Tourney Pans 54, Charleston City 37. Robinson 64, Effingham 44. Oblong 46, Toledo 34. . ____ Complete Stock of Washer and Radio Parts Pt-ist Service On Repairs Robson Radio Electric Service 2C6 E. Pcc'af phcne 17;R1 Fuller Brushes Phone 678 i ^ JOHN One Win in Seven Years in Scries In the past seven years Harrisburg has beaten Mt. Vernon only once, so tonight the local team will bc out to avenge morc than 1 no bov can compete if he has been ( the game' they lost to thc Rams 1 m school over four semesters. earlier this year. Hopper, six foot, tcr, and Moore. m Keep your car in good running order ... or trade if in on a later model... for utmost safety/ convenience and- economy. If you can't $pare the cash igfit no~w.'.. phone or come'lnf ~ j seven other teams i The Harrisburg Township high [ Bc "^ ^TM (farrier Mills'. ischool is anxious of making this , Game f our: Tuesday. 8-15 p. S event an annual afiair with me jj arr j s i, ur » V s Eldorado, same towns participating every ^^ five; Wednesc jay. 7 p. m.. year, this year's memoers being., r £ l winncr of 2 . besides the Harrisburg entr\', John-, jston City, West Frankfort. Me- Leansboro. Benton, Galatia, Carrier Mills, and Eldorado. of 3 vs . winncr of Thursday. 7 p. m j a l 6:15, and the first game wih, start at 7, with the second con-, I test each evening beginning arounq.l 8.15 ] 5 vs. v, inner oi G. * that.. ._or_anyjother_worthy purpose.j Over Thc Fashion Palace INCOME TAX SERVICE UP TO 20 MONTHS TO REPAY Keastcr Rug Upholstery Cleaning 503 W. South St. Phone 859U Harrisburg Kirby Vacuum Cleaner Dealer COLLECTIONS ?'»:· :'-.r^ rist !-« accoonls, twtw and C»tb *i- n y/» ccllett from anyont, any »*«··. 3V ti~» No collection, no charge! M. I). Neslcr Collection Agency 302 E. Walnut Phone 113 MOTSUXGER AND ROSE Bonds and Insurance . 17"i S. MAIN ST. Phone C55R ^-~T Vr.s.-rr J. E. "Pf.C" R9SC . D. A. LEHMAN EVE. TAR. NOSE, THROAT Glasses Fitted 203 North Vine Street Suite 4-Harrisburg Hospital GOODRICH TIRES Passcn-cr, Truck, Tractor HAKRIS1HTRG CHECK THESE FEATURES iior students with identification i slips Xo reserved scats will be i sold, therefore the seating arrange- j m e n t is to be determined fay the first come, first served metnod. To Award Trophies To the teams placing first, second and third, trophies will be awarded on the final night of thc meet. Referees are Dale Ira StiHey: official scorc Henrv Winklenian: and tiim:i-, ».-i-.ii aiu» -^^ - - - · . ovnc'Stewart. roughneck cage pla. ,lncii "F.ach team may dress any num-1 A tournament has been drawn bcr of piavers. providing all arc j UD . an d "this week it commenced c\cr v v * _ . * \ ., »».,-. . 1^,. n .«,1 i *. . . ,1 t UH ..^Um-4 * / « n m c 1 flf - tO o five inch cen-! a lanky guard, j six feet. Both! in ._,,,, the Bull DogSj Januady 24. when, the Jefferson county" team handed the locals a stinging 62 to 45 loss. This tilt saw Brown and Cummins pacing the Harrisburg cause, Wednesdav. 8:15 p. both catching 16 tallies for the N c · - Da\isonians and Hopper and | Moore divided 31 points between , them. Moore with 16 and Hopper i 'l5. It may bc of interest to know | Moore, a colored boy, is only a · i freshman, and Hooper is only ^ a j i sophomore. Hooper leads . the South Six scoring for tonight's 'visitors with 122 points, topping! 'Herb Cummins' 119. Experiment With Freshmen i During the past several practice I sessions. Da\ison has been ex- 'pcrimenting with two Harrisburg! ! freshmen. Dooley Gilchrist and Frank Logsdon. Gilchrist handles a guard spot and Logsdon usually i plays forward. Both of these boys | 'ha\c shown up well this year i n 1 Bull Pup tilts, and when they Tonite 6 p. m. .ev!!...des»rBtfwe... News of the Day Popular " 3 w Morc. 6 p. s?a. · and 40c ADVENTURE OF BURNING CONQUEST! ' ' IN TROPICAL TECHHICOIOR 3. 6 p. m. way Ground. . i « with the varsity, how- 'Each team may dress any num- A tournament nas uecn u.cuv -.--~ = inlcrfcrc with thc sc bcr of players, providing ah are, up . and this week it com i, enced wcr. cxpcr i e ncc with thc eligible under the IIISA rules, and with the two roughest tenm, fac- DO s b aencwlcon£erc nce ruling -- ~ ~ 'ng c ach , othci \ R " 1CSt ,.i,t nnd permits underclassmen to com- j ^^ _ tourncv. now^ci, arc snici. *mu ? . i,rini ftimp^ .^··^ ^ s^^\ I tvyuiiiv..*. «ri»i*; f1llT"in e / pCtC 1H DOlll l;iIIIC;. fouling will be aan-,eioub uui =. ^ ^^ wcck - s scrimmages. Dav- the 14-team e\ent. isQn hac . uscd cummins. Vinson. Some squads have had troubles Joncs BroVv . n . an d Catlin on thc with thcir lineups, as a tew nign firsl fivc w j t h VandcrPIuym al- school boys x\erc so good that 1 morc than one team t : BATTERY t- i'opbr Terms 174RI insurance Harker Miley " AGENCY JAI.INK COUNTY ( I'K1)IT BUREAU \ SERVICE Kaildinj; phone 678 A · " J- -A f A kr^-ccn ctcclricHy and oU-fashioncd tnctfiods costs you A fcoesc Avded ^M^iComta^df electrified nones mean bcHcr norefceeause .t s less clhoent. ^onp^ ^ ^ fc ^ ^^ ^^^ \ for every job at a i ASDS COMFORTS r t , «f «.|«fric-rtv means greater comfort and convenience to you Complete «c or WW*^ Kon)CJ mp l oy electricity n more a score crrd your "^ j^* acc ,j, e teaoty and utility of the home ... to make it a more plew^nl pJ«cc '** whkl) lo l!yc * K I f V Jl work and no time for leisure, loolc to electricity to «alc Ac 'j y °" S^ n w cfSur fco-scneM «a,V*. Electricity se^es you betcr M 3«r "ffij -jfiSrar *-· in *- 2=T*S.S«-£ilr fcfc '^ te ld * h a j ternaling with Catlin. , requested ot]lcr , nmcs j n thc South Six ! their services. tonight will find Centralia facing i ! The "iris of thc school arc also Bcnton. and Marion playing West ! in thc midst of a red-hot schedule. Frankfort. Here arc the confer-, ! These feminine hoopstcrs set use cncc standings, up to and includ-1 iof the gym every other day. al- in « games played January 31. iternating"with the boys. Team « ^ » I The male tournament is a double-, Cenlraha i elimination affair, in which a loser Mt \ c i n o n 1 of its first came is allowed another Marion chance by entering thc consolation narnsburg bracket Aftci a team once wins. West hrankior. however, it will bc eliminated from Benton further play by dropping a contest. Coach Ralph Davison has appointed two permanent referees. both varsity players: an official .score keeper: and a t;r.-,er. "ame consists of two cisht minute .periods, with the clock stopping lor ! fouls substitution?, c'.c. in tnc second frame. . , i Thc purpose for miramurai ·sports «s not alone for entertainment during the noon uour. r»ui ' frcaucntlv -a nromiMim placr lo- .£S? among'the school "hope] "Following arc the 14 entered in the bos intramuralI tourncy: Fizz Ku^. I^iack ' 1 ;":^-- Do'rrisvilJe, Hone -DriPPp-. - tl!a -;' ols. Spatsics. V. F A . bewi. Sad SacVs. Fiahlins !· :ve. ill b ; aR " IStinkics. DC Paul, and Carrtinai.-- {Puppet Show by (Good Teeth Council iShown at Schools Now Shov/ing Dcubie Feature -- I2c and 35c THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SUCCESS AHD FAILURE MAY JJOMJS^Y «ACJC MftTTOJ* KtttTttX INSTEAH OF"YOU CANT "" your -then let electricity your home,»" coins Id riavc lo perform li'.tlc undone task;, SGBIAL -- Jungle Queer, will be shown al all shows Friday night and on Saturday al 1:30 and 3:45 p. in. Sunday 2 p. m. -- Monday 6 p. m. J2c and 35c Me Wss 411 TJHOTS tf.c gap for you. ; Children at 1^" *TM 1 Hor .^ cc iMann schools this momms cnjo- pE7E A]so SAYS Thc dl {f cr . cd a puppet J-hcnv presented h c!;cc bclwccn M1CCC ,, an d · the Good Teeth Council for Chiio- jj; 'rcn. a national orcamzaljon \\hicn 'works toward lhc «oal of insuring opcrnl , on O f }0 «r motor, * , )C ]n ,,,,, sc : cc t-; 0 :i o[ l n m Oi:r am rhonc 655W °I Driv crs' License, Deeds or Mortgages: ''·COVE TAX CENTRAL ILL1NGSS ILIC SERVICE COMPANY rcn. a n a o n MJ . ma )C ]n ,,, s 'works toward lhc «oal of insuring ^ i!r ^ nicc l n m Oi:r 5no dcrn .healthy teeth among ch; circn b · 1rnpnt rnd sk ,ii c d ipromoling tJaily ·tccUi-elear SJTV, C n a W c m io do nn Jpe of repair ihabit*. and rcaular denial care. %(|J ajul do lt wc n. pd c SSffVT- .SSS-S^a S" --"i-tcp - -- "- IHUMM MOTOR co inwday. and at Baliss. Lincoln. !, 27 So . Granger Harrisburg, III !and SlcKinlcy schools yoierday. ! The DasLv Ko ,by carrier oy. v.cck. motor hum. 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