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Thursday, November 3, 1949
On RAYMOND PHYSICAL CULTURE STUDIO 669 East IS Sth St. KEnmore 0431 Specializing in BODY BUILDING, REDUCING, SWEAT BATHS, MASSAGE, WEIGHT CONTROL, CORRECTIVE EXERCISES, LIGHT TREATMENT FOR MEN AND WOMEN Also Judo and Weight Lifting And Sun Roof Hours 10 A. M. to 0 P. M. REASONABLE RKTES The Out?... Delicious Steak Dinner You Can't Beat The RAINBOW RESTAURANT Here is a Steak House right in the Heart of East Cleveland at 14770 Euclid Avenue Open 7 A. M, to 9 P. M. "Sfeaks Are Our Specialty" We Also Feature Delicious Chicken, Sea Food and Continental Dishes BREAKFAST BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCH FULL AND ALA-CARTE DINNERS We cater to imall partlo*—A«k about our Birthday Soedal IT’S CLAM BAKE TIME Clams, Fresh Corn and Steamers Available Also Charcoal, Plates, Cups, Spoons and Forks for Your Clam Bake or Picnic—Clam Bakes Prepared to Take Out With You We Are Equipped To Handle Complete Clam Bakes For Any Occasion "WHERE SHRIMP IS KING” TRY OUR DELICIOUS SHRIMP SAUCE FOR COCKTAILS EUCLID FISH CO. 18601 Abby Avenue at East 185th Street OPEN ALL DAY EVERY WEDNESDAY John J. Cornelia, Prop. KEnmore 6448 Johnny Vadnal Cleveland's Polka King Rt The BOWL Every Thursday and Saturday During November SOKACH-HABAT TUNE MIXERS THIS SUNDAY, NOV. 6th Any East 105th St. Bus South YOU CAN SELL OR BORROW MONEY diamonds, watches, shot guns. TYPEWRITERS, CAMERAS, RADIOS, I MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. TOOLS. DAVID'S LOAN CO. 934 East 152nd Street GLenviUe «2«7 HEY!! TIME TO START 11 __ I I I I PLAYING V Fl V This Adv. Presented At Window Worth One TREE Chance On......................................................... (Limit 1 Per Person) If LA I On State Route 306 l/2 Mile North of Route 422 3 Miles East of Chagrin Falls SCHEDULE FOR Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday 10 Games....... $25 each fl I 13 Early Games 1 Game.................$250 III 5 with $500 Jackpot Main Series Free Jackpot $300 Last Game Jackpot $500 DOOR PRIZES 3 DOUBLE CARDS $2.00 With every card purchased a free ticket win be given for nightly cash drawings these same tickets ara also good far a monthly drawing tor pew Packard 4 door Sedan and large cash prises. You Do Not Have To Be Present To WTiit the Car ft I Every Tuesday. Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Early games at 7:30 P. M. Main Series at 8:30 P. M. Friday Queen For A Night Saturday King For A Night Shaw Tops Elyria 14-6 The Cardinals made it two straight victories by defeating a scrappy Elyria eleven, 14-6 at Shaw Stadium last Friday night. Breaks, both good and bad. were evenly distributed between the two teams. Most of them were gener ated by fumbles, Shaw fumbling nine times while six bobbles were charged to the Elyrians. In fact, their inability to hang on to the pigskin almost cost the Cardinals the victory since five of their mis cues were recovered by their op ponents, four of them deep in Shaw territory. Fullback Gil Santoro fumbled the opening kickoff which End Herman Larkins smothered on the Shaw 22. The Cardinal line held, however, and the local eleven re gained possession on its own 23. Late in the initial period, the Car dinal attack began to click and a 75-yard march was culminated by the first Shaw touchdown. A 16 yard jaunt by Right Half John Sikora and a 34-yard sprint by fleet-footed Gene Pattie, sophomore left half, moved the ball to the Elyria 34. On the next play, San toro broke through the middle of the Elyria forward wall and, after apparently being stopped by two would-be Pioneer tacklers, he raced into the end zone unmolested. Dan Kramer passed to Tony Gilberto for the extra point when a fake place kick fooled the visitors. The Black and Red gridders scored their other TD in the open ing minute of the second stanza on a fluke pass play. The Cardinals .scored on the first play from scrimmage after Jim Fittipaldi had returned an Elyria punt ten yards to the Pioneer 36. Kramer faded back and flipped a pass intended for Gilberto but the ball bounced off Tony’s hands into Sikora’s arms and the junior halfback raced 15 yards to score. Santoro added the extra point on an off tackle smash. The lone Elyria score came late in the second quarter after Sikora had fumbled and lost possession on the Shaw 12. Three plays moved the ball to the 7 from which point Don Jones, a. freshman halfback, broke through his own r’/rht tackle for the six-pointer. The attempted placement missed connections. The teams fought a scoreless second half on even terms with both lines performing very cap ably. Ed Alemagno, Shaw’s junior 210-lb. left tackle, played a bril liant game, making a total of 15 tackles, ten of them in the first half. Bill Campbell, Ted Francioso and Santoro were other Cardinal defensive standouts who were largely responsible for holding Elyria to a remarkable low total of 40 yards by rushing. Sikora, in his third varsity appearance of the season, sparkled as a punter. His first two boots averaged 55 yds. in the air. Two poor kicks, however, lowered his average for six punts to a respectable 39.0 average. The team, as a whole, has shown tre mendous improvement since losing to Shaker last month and two more victories will salvage an otherwise poor season. See Bermeos i i FOR TELEVISION easy terms BERNIER'S 15449 Euclid at Taylor UL. 1-2700 ALL YOU KENO and BINGO PLAYERS OHO CLUB THE GAME THAT REALLY fays off PACKARD EAST CLEVELAND LEADER Even Toss As Lorain Greets Shaw Third place in the Lake Erie League standings will be at stake tomorrow night when Shaw’s im proved gridders travel to Lorain. Both teams have almost identical records both in their league and independent games. The Steelmen have dropped two of their three circuit contests and, in non-league competition, have won one, lost two and tied one. On the basis of comparative scores, Shaw holds a slight edge in tomorrow’s clash which, inci-' dentally, will have no bearing on the league title. Lorain lost to I Shaker 6-0, a team that beat Shaw, 18-6. The Steel City eleven was drubbed, 42-7, by Lakewood last week, however, and the Rangers outscored the Cardinals 35-13. An other point in the East Cleveland ers* favor is the fact that Lorain tied Akron Buchtel 7-7 while Ely ria walloped the Rubber City team, 19-0. Since Shaw defeated Elyria, 14-6, comparative ratings give the Cardinals a 27-point edge. However, since comparative scores mean little or nothing, it is wiser to heed the scouting reports which describe the Steelers as “a dangerous team with a heavy line and some better than average backs.” Right Half George Paris is the host team’s backfield “hot shot” while Ends Don Fritz and Dick Pakos are reported to be ex cellent targets for the accurate passing arm of Sophomore Jack Waitt. Lorain has always been hard to beat on their own field but, if the Cardinals perform as well as they Candidate For Commission Thomas 0. Olie" Troescher I am not associated with any anti-Administration groups nor am I against the present form of gov ernment. But I do have some sound criticism of the some important ing the welfare of the City are handled by the tration. manner in which matters concern- present Adminis- I feel that through my experi ence I am better acquainted with all ramifications of city govern ment than any other candidate. I intend to work toward the im provement of traffic control, park ing regulations, supervised play grounds, police and fire working arrangements, and civil service. If you want to vote for an inde pendent candidate who will work solely for the interest of the pub lic, then cast your vote for me. T. O. “OLIE” TROESCHER Candidate for Commission City of East Cleveland MADAME MAY' Gifted Reader and Advisor Telia your pair as you alone know W. AdvicG on love, courting, marriage, divorce, will* and butinett One visit will convince vOu of my knowledge. I will tell you many ihuifl* yew will have never dreamed of. Consult a reodor wl-e con and will five I sound and important advice. 425 Woodland Avenue 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sunday 8 a. m. to 2 p. m. For Appointment Call PR. 5214 jihll STEVENS’ 2:30 CASINO Euclid ft" LOOK What You Get For $1.95 $1.50 Worth of Wine, Beer or Liquor! Delicious Spaghetti Dinner (Full Course) Dancing, Entertainment BIG FLOO3 SHOW All For $1.95 Plan Your Dinner Date Now. Show Starts 8:30 P. M. Nitely and Sunday. No Cover, No Minimum. fie&fa Hit* Every Tuesday have in the past three weeks, they should rack up their third straight victory. Coach Patton might be without the services of two backfield main stays. Fullback Gil Santoro, who has a dislocated left shoulder and Right Half Mike Vara, who is hob bling with a torn knee cartilage. Both injuries were incurred in last week’s Elyria game and neither player has been able to practice all week. Tackle Bill Campbell has avoided contact work since the Elyria fracas during which he re ceived some badly bruised ribs. He’ll be ready for action tomor row, however. Row’ers Receive Awards With another successful lawn bowling season ended, members of the East Cleveland Lawn Bowling Club who achieved honors this year were the recipients of awards at the annual dinner of the club. Honorary president, Chas. A. Carran, the city manager, present the awards to the following: CLUB SINGLES Claude Rider, Norweb Trophy. CLUB PAIRS Claude and Percy Rider, Cleveland Graphite Bronze Co. Trophv. LEAGUE COMPETITION Won by Meadowside team: James Blair. A. C. Patterson, Charles Patterson, William Cowan and Isaac Craig Carran Trophv. PRESIDENTS TROPHY COMPETI TION William Walker. NOVICE COMPETITION Thomas Adie. Robert Duff Trophv. KNOCKOUT COMPETITION Won by Nondescripts George Thompson. Jr.. James McKechnie. James McKay and William Fvfe: Nelson Trophv THREE MAN COMPETITION—Won by George Thompson, Jr. James Mc Kav and William Fvfe Baetz Trophv TREBLES COMPETITION for Angus Trophy Won by John Gibb, William Adie and Harry Henderson LADIES' PAIRS Miss Agnes Gray and Miss Chris Adie. Hartley Trophy. LADIES LEAGUE Won bv Dons: Mrs. Margaret Yule. Miss Jean Mur ray. Mrs. Madge Smith and Mrs Mary Walker Blair Trophv. SHAW-ELYRIA STATISTICS Shaw 9 8 0 TOTAL FIRST DOWNS Rushing Passing Penalties ATTEMPTED FORWARD PASSES COMPLETED PASSES INTERCEPTED not An independent candidate associated with or identified with any clique so am therefore free to act on any legislative matters with an independence of thought. I feel that the present administration is so entrenched that they have lost perspective as to the viewpoint of the people in some respects, and that the present Commissioners do not reflect the attitude of the people. BY Ball lost Luncheons k bus Every Friday TRY OUR DELICIOUS 95c CHICKEN DINNERS SERVED DAILY AND SUNDAY $ TILL 2 30 A llK SUP MARSH’S V PEPPERMINT STICK LOUNGE LAKE fNME MVA I «OUH 2*3 1 WIUOMI i DANCING FRIDAY ANO SATURDAY NIGHTS Pkeee WUlMfkky 2M TIES Satins Twills Knits Jacquards Foulards Latest Fall Colors and Patterns VALUE TO $2.50 87c WHY PAY MORE? Standard P.O.C. Leisy Gold Bond Black Forest Mug Ale Old Timer's Ala E E Line Up Your Christmas Job Early, Is Advice Elyria 8 40 .176 72 40 NET YARDS RUSHING Yards lost NET YARDS PASSING FORWARD PASSES 101 38 18 3 10 3 0 9 -................... .6 .......- 39 o NUMBER OF PI’NTS ru: -7:.r:. YARDS KICKS 31 2 95 40 55 6 3 31 31 RETURNED ... Punts ________ Kickoffs FUMBLES 9 5 6 NUMBER OF PENALTIES YARDS LOST ON PF’.Al TIES 5 50 With mas just axound the coiner, more an4 more people— sales clerks, temporary help, stock room personnel, among others will be needed to meet the demand for extra workers during the Christmas season. The Ohio State Employment Service urges Cleve land employers to avoid the last minute rush in filling their job orders for extra Christmas work ers. Contact the public employment offices at 1242 West Third st. for industrial or service workers, or 747 Euclid ave. for clerical, sales, professional, or technical help. Many qualified male industrial workers are seeking jobs through the Cleveland Employment Service offices. There is a current surplus of tool grinders, electricians, core makers, bench and floor assem blers, pipefitters, radio and tele vision servicemen, sewing machine repairmen, and engine-lathe and milling machine operators. In the women’s industrial field, a large number of women are seeking em ployment as assemblers, visual in spectors, drill press operators, and stock room girls. Job oppprtunitie- are available at the Ohio State Employment Service for qualified men as fur nace installers, nail machine opera tors, butchers, cupola tenders, bookbinders, key cutters, and metal sorters. Jobs for women are open for sewing machine operators, cooks (pastry and general baking), wig makers, upholsterers, and S.S. wrapping machine operators. A number of farm jobs, particularly farm couples, greenhouse firemen, and greenhouse flower specialists, are available at the Industrial Of fice, 1242 West Third st. Plan Bazaar 2 0 I The Euclid Court of Amaranth will hold a dinner and a, bazaar, November 12th in Euclid Park Club House, East 222nd st. and Lake Shore blvd. Dinner will be served from 5:30 to 8 p. m. and reservations should be made with Mrs. Helen McFadden, IV. 5966, or Mrs. James Blair, ML'. 3025. PITRE VITAMINS Forest Hill Pharmacy Superior at Euclid GL.-9413 We are taking reservations for our Private Dining Room for Card Parties, Weddings, Clubs, etc. houjard °aty From 80c and up Full Course Dinners From 1.50 and up jounsoni Lake Shore Blvd, at East 222nd St. For Reservations Call RE. 1800 PRE-CHRISTMAS* 100% All Wool Plaid Jackets Heavy Wool lumber Jackets that will carry you warmly through snow and sleet. Favorite coat style with 4 roomy pockets. Regula* Vaiue $12.95 $8-95 First Quality Why Pay More? CHEWING TOBACCO BEECH NUT HAVANA BLOSSOM RED MAN wh MEN'S Corduroy Shirts REG. VALUE S6.9B $2.95 BROWN—GREEN—GREY MAROON S-M-L Sizes WHY PAY MORE? MEN'S FLANNEL PLAID SHIRTS FIRST QUALITY REG. VALUE S4.9S WHY PAY MOREf THE STORE THAT SELLS QUALITY MERCHANDISE AT THE LOWEST PRICE IN CITY BS9 carton 12 15c Pkgs WHY PAY MORE? CASE PAY MORE? FOR MEN BOXER SHORTS UJv Regular Value $1.00 GRIPPER tY SHORTS O i Regular Value 75c COMBED YARN BRIEFS *fOG Regular Value 69c COMBED YARN UNDERSHIRTS.......... HdC Regular Value 69c CORDUROYS FOR CHILDREN Boxer and Suspender REG. VALUE S2.95 FIRST QUALITY WHY PAY MORE? BOYS' SWEAT SHIRTS RED BLUE WHITE MAIZE REG. VALUE $1.95 Suallty St W WHY PAY MORE? MEN'S Corduroy Pants REG VALUE $8.95 FIRST QUALITY 1 QE ONLY .......................*1.33 WHY PAY MORE* WE HAVE CHESS' AND SPORT SHIRTS FOIL BIG MEN Sizes Up To 20 772 EAST 152nd STREET EUCLID-LEE ITALIAN RESTAURANT 14701 Euclid Avenue ANGELO FINAMORE, Owner and Chef Specializing In SPAGHETTI—STEAKS—CHOPS—CHICKEN and RAVIOLI DINNERS Spaghetti and Meat Sauce To Take Out Open for Private Parties, Weddings, Etc. Week Days 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. Sundays 11 a. m. to 11 p. m. liir Advnrtisimj Lail GLcnville 43113 IF QLEO GOES YELLOW! Millions have been spent by the oleo corporations to convince you that YOU want factory-colored yellow oleo. BUT have you been told that, like consumers in states where yellow oleo 1* now permitted, you’ll pay almost butter prices for the yellow oleo? Let's keep oleo WHITE and CHEAP WON'T ON YELLOW OLEO Nov "Thi« adv. sponsored by the Cuyahoga County Members of the Dairy Welfare Committee, I. H. Steffv, Chairman'* Nev- 3'*‘ rt Armi*’**** -ynghtY Ioe ¥oui»9 NORMS bMe bargains No*- *'7'8 *oma H.— En,ry LAY-A-WAY SALE Page Thirteen VOTE "NO" 8? V'C**r Ucill. Sonnv Tuft, ih "E«y Living" *». 3-4-7-b FU“ Or dynawitb! Nrtur. win, Outt, Hm?® of the I I I 100% A!! Woe’ SWEATERS Blue Red Brown Wine V-Neck with Ribbed Cuffs and Waistline First Quality Prince Albert J,bn 77c VELVET i89c GEORGE lb. rn_ WASHINGTON con Q3C Edge worth 1.19 FRIENDS 79c $2.19 Reg. Value $4.95 Why Pay Morel BRIGGS 1.19 GRANGER £8gc MODEL 83c HOLIDAY 1 1.19 Bond Street Half and Half Sic DILLS BEST 1.09 Buckingham 1.15 HICKORY i. 1.19 1.15 Men's Ladies' Boys' Girls' Socks and Anklets Regular Price 39c First Quality 60% Wool $1.00I PAIRS FOR WHY PAY MORE? 1st Quality SWEAT SOCKS 399c8Reg. 40% Rayon Sanforized Reg. S2.2S Boys Plum and Plaids FLANNEL $1.69 SHIRTS 1 WE DON'T SELL ANY SECONDS OR IRREGULARS FIRST QUALITY ONLY AT THE LOWEST PRICE IN CITY!