The Panama American

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Material Information

Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00536

Related Items

Related Items:
Panama America

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need be effected according to agreement awyimced-
doy between top CI O C ffcials visiting here o al laf
leaders.. .-
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secrefory-trewmn'r of GCEOC who lost .mwlh dec
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CIO, wlh,are expaqted to leave teoig toek hJbs sic
step. in t et story -.u n rumpus brought on a apIt
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fora t thaNd to the Sovic e bloc that he migib adroit the .a-sssterdcalland quargart
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ine anit theIna nd c I n our or five with little. a enser-carrln lls
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wetr weBrs cut to e ire Hirl8 s raft, which m e called "The w by two Soviet i- f
iwho wa n now can be B S n heven Little Brother for t the I .on
for the hearings bals .trunksa fron whiC mde one pad at t.he
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w ofE ian an ew ea ering o .. n,. roomh e teacher had warned Smda ta bsirel looked like en a
j' u ax & -year-fglta.,ate official weI s sheweldd take-my dogift habcacafms lh g.-Salyrtl hysterical and
wh alproqtests fe to msd.pagain. Then he miida b ltao erl the dog was tion there one .or
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tA". Lansm puibiid Inth e. I : r er not
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Slthem vs i truthful n -.coopera- ,l
S o tive in along with this Cor-
C. Z. SCHOLASTIC STANDARDS nt uflatuly the results of
they tests told thebeds exactly
To "A Parent" whose letter appeared e OG 9 Issue of who among t would
Mal can.only add my a le Pl i1th hl be most suse~bo bran-wash-
disoe that er. up 'itu 1n._ e l-Ger-erally temen
Shi$wever. upo= tu^ xofbettthan-ar g 1
discoverthat son never en exwho might not ve had too much
of study In' s and. 'therefore; when an hontfl"tleMpt '. education, had q appy marriages
S made at this late date to rectify this "overal ht," the boa 1in or who were ta lime financial
iMdary indn it dlfflculbts aSb e*te0 ,t 0 trouble at home. a f factors
'f him i kt m longer to do a normal amonut o0 31n were apparently wethed In this
Work selection.
BchoolDuon fhas last sight of,.In thietfM and race gpin who were obvio used, .
S' football pennants and other sports a t einments. had no bitterness their g-
SThe f&4t that one, out of al his tseaqers, is probably at- neral lot in I or epresed g
s opting to ntshackle an ltellect whlab s 1noubtedly been very firm conservative
permitted to lie fallow for many years, is a tribute to that per- beliefs.
son, rather than case for censu,.. Every POW was, exposed to
.tes--tt his son's teaS.er. "A Parent" should some "education" in communism.
Investigate the situation and, In the meantime, be grateful that But they aved their main eOf
there are some teachers In the Cana n cbls who are for those wh..ppeared most
conscientiousaly trying to prepare his child for his future. ly ti succumb to the higher ael-
The sad tales of the American Educational System whichnce of brain-wa And a
may today be found written up in articles I the Ladles' Home though it only endev ellig
About 200 American o n .4
Jmmai, Collier's. Saturday Evening Post and other perIodicals a American on

Hand Panama. se Brgero succokesf
The complete apathy -with which much parents, by their Ti' problem and a -haf'
oth nconnectionplug
very taciturnity, have donedwpreheichPhd standards, is otaee nHow Mouse
in theMalghW speusa disintereste hi can aly rainm Bgareroke
Sdi^ ter for their len in the years t come, whether by aes o
t g on to schools of higher learning or enter the business group the P
wol alsts, doctors, n pe jad olaw By KSOB
The wondrous fallacy that the standards of the Canal Zone yen leo blleu R
Schools-anm high above Whod of other public schools in Amerisa theq mca* Your l as PIk
has been repeated so many time thatIt la now accepted 'v POW tionmbegan to dawn on b ee hastin a* had burnt right through Into the or
U." the ahe asafteer, S ben don ton certain th at,. p. In the n room he other night, and n"b yA
uWoboarding. Of ca t
therefore, moat parents do not bother to ascertain fhat, even the on5o w rSie ad oessa pt to meantime Wii i t he oad i rt rW
S the ce dy (and It mIay.Wry. well be), eve a fw Sb e gther the aell lU 5t*%ebck titeontrators fatey
dores higher istnot avergeauged by such authoritfia luato. Iow t Ao able- W i nd a Adhim vbn to make lhewOrL. That aau wsaket bricks today the way 1Ma
as. college deans. educational advisor d counselors and other ine on felt b ha toef. he's old and t tired to work, was to a th e
tneas who should be in a position o olow; is not h e on of to and I swear to kill me a I can't e in build r iwh
d of seeing to make t r for our children,, et thI s n consw dered i, contractor. P- ra ,a with his house that w Sd e tifrt davely sad on a prg q
One thing being considered im nsmore tan time. Ifr
athA training parent 13 to 5MI that the be mental lnlMui onaU goen ng1nto i heav stiatesm on a49 prp -im
atimulan hallenged with o tn te heir abllIt.cornthowcarvldie dnt sb"o 've been aP e n"tr a ntofel tB
W iiatil lth the home. that Imalat, the p- daf, caps u ho t erd I don't u wn o ww yW'e b e l an dope at RoR
ac.sznniu sg'g .cho6l for It Is only e16 lf wtaer a mixed up in any fhidin more ota
l thS5 t Srepa our ohild 3eOhl eu txS tely but M lnolrttat W 4 t1 i g
th beo..e.ltsatatra. sol 0t is -gmsthe -v "thear s.Youahith Iwbulugs ti "1 116%
a an he basisOfalluo ud better cAses a0 rby nw way wouldia ve s earro .1ti bsu aa wnk '$ ne06
ttahl'othe defectors todayus
If doff mgin to your son's teacher, w I .i n_ -an pow. c benuober of a thinrs B Ee 0 Mtme"ir.

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dar i on fl, and ot o t a mui. TRis athe
for 9wimto. Pot fooftalIntoPaet.
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haWd 4duress isno tao al
rl treasw 'lisTh o
orykis to. Bt how
mut ama zresist duress brr
e ttla some act short
onTh service regulations
are vague on that point.
Should a ma operate with the
enemy to IM other prisoners
alive? Thats another queson m3W'
etary law don- not speak out in sat.
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ThI p, was the defense of
Lt-Col. Hry Fleming who was
found guilty W collaborating wit
the enemy ad was cashiered out
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h" practicing therapys w i t Ih
The'bar Is Important i any
house, if you have .dqk friends
and our bar stayed l the same
state of noncmpltiou, for three
months, wtf" the cor for the bar
top standing frlorny in a corner.
Kitchens are Important, too, and
ours was done wrong from gtove
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this shack, wIth fireplace. One. in that's god.hI get to
the y rooml HI throws heat sound of s voce nic tm
like Felle used to trow abas- for twa dayrn a e'u, tatee t
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tave a rov onx caeer.
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amateur hour I've ever listened .
to." Ai
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Garner, then vice pr ien of tMh
United States, had this to
when he heard about plans
grooming Jatksop "We d3 1
want any New Dealsm bei
the Democratic ticket In 10.0."
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Lehman ran again Lor
New York, to be u ed lat
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publcy den aDiansi to Mel."
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Ithe Triest. Aput between
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Ma. ,. ated her
clena and Indicated to
ftlend she ld boe here only
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MM. Luet b f'masking plans
to the utM, Mn to be
hear whn *ratifles the
London cord German re
asMament and i a number
of other Italo4eerlcan pro-
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Smith ,S Winner!
P "A Wah., (UP) -
Vter. tOia choose Smith,
Smith or SItht for Ae~ff. Incum.
bent Ralph M. Smith ha filed on
the Republican toket. Another
Ralh M. Smith, a Democrat, ha
anounmed ht oWiek the job.
And, so will another Democrat.
Geege Smith, who first had
planned to run fW cpngrer.


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have Mowed or way yuse. wa
Rot ioir ai) ti 's to balit
their Wa to' es OomnM
scientists, ad it bi noteworthy that mao
watches from Rolm than fAm may other
fnI have obtaW4 thi sMcvetd dde od
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closing evept of the an: al mee-
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Arrive
Criptobal


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8.S. "AGGERSI ORG" ........................OeSober il
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her porpo in flying to Eurole. 8.. "MATAvURA" .......................... tober
nhe ,_ hoe. treated previouslyT4
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Nmo d aIe marrMad Weekly saili of twelve passgenr ships to New
( 5S r ent York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, Sanq Francisco .
ex-King Farouk. and Seattle.
Rnoiae, lrn-CalrB t
trior nfati y Cairo paid they -
undeS ?m rtel ade n el of Special round trip fares from Cristobl to, New

They said heyr ileve she Ustl
has some mqney fn teign bani s To New York .....................$240.00 ,
to b-bsnd To Los Angeles and San Franoisco ,.. .87Q.00,
modest L .. To Seattle ...................... .S66.00
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CRISTOBAL 2121


LoWer PI Order
NOSPOLK. Va., Oct. 14 UP)
-Four urvivors of the Mor-
Sclm orders were
Vew leiackets low-
r boats befor tthe ore freighter
ink with IqiB of 37 lives.
The amSong 11 a;Av-
4 o8, 4told a Coast
,of B yeatyer-
ut me8
St wasa re-
W oneIt us anything."
i,~ W Leamy of Port
told the board.
wa r ave us anr n.
lhe d ^iJ over toe ade

haro frone ordered of
fe Jacket. Deckman John
>avls said it d uld have helped
a have life at that oqld
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p felt a st,
crgo loaded
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[ rAei4Olt Handicap

o tl Burgeoyj. G this city ha
Senator.Wlekaructions were
tu afor iV 4e by )pnd siguls. lip reading
n u ndu iwa&ve "mnd wrk with a
blckAnda an model.
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2 tbsp. Parkoy Margarine or butter, 4
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anion,I (fI ,edded Vlmvea. Sdr
until mdi*d.'(Vlveta moli quickly.)
Add potato mixture and season. Ad
V2 Isp. Worcstershire sauce. Serve
hot, garnished with chopped persley.
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foo1 value than an 8.o. glass of milk


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al atotr r fo Mr. u and M .
as queen of (he Ugmue-
mpl BU-rta ^ of the Cristobal
V and her Court were elected by popular
. iootlllU oiuad, and they were emorted by
79 lt the team.
aerved as master of
aMd .Inteduced -the .,
SS*eeorta, ast h ay ::
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Ma attired
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Ou ise fres i and registro*
.' may be made by calling the
C.A..Balboa MUW
0Chteue Diaser f8e Vihte.s
S r. and Mr. Rtea'd H. Fong
wl & howte fort a Chin a
aUmer Monday evingt at th6
GranBOrient. Rettant in PS
Ma.e at I nama, hoimmIIng u ir-uets Mr.
"8 ap L C Wan$l tan&-. raneiu,
a- Jr ICeI a ia, Mr. Tlodre C. Pre'
' lila of Mami, Florda, and Mr.
SMrmiU A. Gain of Hong Kong,
m hon h t oe ihonred Luesst W
SMr. rancisco Wong Chang of
*. Colon. .


Dr. dlt Mirt. WilHm H. Great
I Diabo age ailig tomorrow on.,
Us Crieacb alw th mon
vacation to be tW'in ForMli
and entuc ana wth their son
and dauge D Mr. a nd
Mrs. Wda. raint, Jr., in

(Per more aoety news please
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native reclpq. Ple atof ieikeniu a.. .big
red tomatle. ... HSn# whit aie ... mts of tend
green oki- al am*lagsd i n olden-rieo ochek
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A? UWIBENA" I"

T *Tual advantage of HARNE A *INN

1SP;CIAL BEGINNERS COURSE
*E l~aeMM Ban it eas M Aleela Wa umafaef armmuxe ah let bU .


4Affor.pijiwork ino Mre
matted *iA
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.efa thzmbtacks. ",
Th il exhibition thit.
at on the Isthl
a tiQ public
ro, ng a toane
Who re ,~ countries.
d r .f a year or sl'
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a .1er.25 twoDr. Daniel P !W, Die.tor f,
ba r r N v .I al r of Personiel, a Cneldl Univerulty
1. e Sijhroswi- alumnus. .
Uap m oder- rs. John LI. ar, member of
t- '* the National A Association
of Composers ald ofductors, who.
There l a' .n, f Wl ipt.h it a graduate of Drake University.
aip F ,s. Lieutenant WilllaM A. Arm.
'anelea i ae- strong, U.S. NavelAlademy pad-
i.. arEi.. a'teoe Um ate' and 2a 1 wdK e Offier
l be ADolod 41qutio.. i.om/at" Coco Solo Naval 6tition.
uldl9nce. Mrs. Brown wIIl give This meeting will be held from
brief mamtlry at the end of 7:3 to 9:00 p.m. in. the auditor.
he proglA, hium Of the Armed Forces YMCA.
-ui.n m j-a USO on Boli'ar Avenue.
The *n ttIe o In tIn'


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S s- and an.
*we In rb*o
gal ttr t- .plans.
SThe-lti d itingula e d panel
members. for the evening will be:
Dr. Dorothy Moody, head of the
Englih Department and Dean of


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All Senior Class. students, with
theftir parents, faculty. members,
College Club members, their hus-
bands and guests, *ar cordially In-
vited.

Hackelt Replaced
As Dean Ot (;ZJCU

Branch At L.i Boca


Roger C. Jacket, dean of the!
Canal Zone Junli6 College, has
been relieved of hib duties asn
dean of the 3C btianh in La Bo-
ca. according to iwCZJC spot-
light.
The school publication said
Rusmel-Johns, principal of the
La Boca Occupational H!gh I
chool, has beenAmed by theI
upertendent ,Lhoola to re-
place Hackitt.
Hackett has been dean of the
La Boca branch ain"e its Incep-
tion in ,1951.


You've told friend yUtzre
lIg to stop by at a l t
for a vial. If you ~.-4 y 1 be
late. call from hom f;-, from
some point on the highway, aad
let-them know.
Hospitality has- a low boiling
point, and it d, eVaperate un-
der the heat of annroynce at
your taidinea.


i RPLACE that old
BILLFOLD for a
BRAND NEW ONE.
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SAGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT '' 1" STR~I'
AgeuwbMternaL do PObWIeauemuinR FAMMCIA
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FARIMACIA' L(UX A IAA9
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MERCIAL & FOR SALE FOR SALE RESOR .a
ESS NALobo hold c co
$fESIg LMalari. Bo 435, Bo Pc.. e FQR RilN ....
FOR SALE: 19$2 Chevrolet Club FOR SALE: 6-trand Rattan set, Paom ..1877. Cr673. ad,
Coupe, excellerit condition. 5965- sectional sofa, 2 chairs and otto- "eIslV: 3/ "592
Tow,"" 3B. Smith Place, Diablo. Phong 2- man, I large coffee table, tiered FOTrtOTTAGES, n mile postlel dents
.. .... Po mi4entioll sh
't lle Oifatetl's sob 3026. corner table Iboth with gloss tops) h ,l w ridplee hon wschomIoll
'I'f t 31t an esoy one. -j: 1$375; New Home console sewing bOja l. d.leTheoBe e194
' .L .t FOR SALI '-- P machine $65; G.E. norgle $30. All GRAMLICH' Santa Clar Beach Cot- iel t
PHLLIH' Sno Cl,.a Be Cot- tod*as
ilyas'ocan ttE hmost in excellent condition. Can be seen ta8es, modern c vennes, mod- lHmade-' b
,of the lead off his i l- -11 -.'1.4 at 168, ,Bieisorio Porras. Son Fran- rate rates. Phone 6.441 or 4-567. oi eo m deP
q..... o ,Sh ouldeLUl h FOR AL --very heap. Cisco, rear cottage, Mr. Gordon. -O41 .' & 5. 7- A.-
PN AA 0 1 and'
,ANAA.. iheler33A"Fv"-"._ FOR SALE;-Complete household fur- R FOR RENT
"os"" ra~4--loRENTs. FOR RENT: i-iCI ":: .
tf' ALUMINUM ", FORLL... 9 Crlr. nishings. Leaving for States. Phone F droE ,,NT n4 u "
FOR SALA: 50 Chrysler "N-ew Panama 3-1883. Apartm n s bero,,p. O
GARBAYorke condition, $825. FOR E:-Kelvnator 1-cubc feet ATlNTlN Just built mode
P n bOcycle, 225; Philc2mdio-p o-h- fumlaidd c tmant,. am, tw w-
"Ire..ho. "aten
$75; ivinbedrolo heI, oeld4-door. no0roph, table m; ol, $75; living S d .e ~
furniture. --droom Cold w. ,. '
F der. Very ni"", C b.. Cal Al CT All fo r $150. Via Porrs No. .,FOR RENTr.4Tend -,el.l
Central A. TeL 5-9140 810 FR SALE- hony dnn table FOR RENT :-Fumished 6 unfurnishi Bella VI -s_. -- ;
FOR SAET E BI DDER:- and 6 chairs. 7120-C, Balboa. Call Con tact Alhambre o rtmehts,lWnI .
E "94 ,a-ton. Stoke ,2-235 first._ o10_h Sreet. Phone 136. Colon,
,LEARN BYANCE at WANTED TO BUY -R BUT.FOR RENT:-- 2-bdrorm ap ANTED` : .iC a--
orq. desresc.reened, $60. Porras Ave. No. 56. W kIA-ANED--: 2.dm
Pa- d -cOf ed' ,fiee. ANTED TO BUY: Smooth tires. Furnished $85. Keys: A rtmnt oportrniet, wi frgerator o t d" bd
C 0 r d suitable fw reconstructions Re No.6. Call Phone 2 16 or ho water, in II o r PBel l U1b1ertrg to f o f
W1 0p l # 7 Peru Ave- Vst. Wlltricio t o de P
Sc u'" FOR SAL R an, "ue. f* 2-0406.' FOR RENT:--Moderrl .d~l furh SODece, or Tivoli,,a
Sor nhedor ufrnh V Guest H the staff a
5Irms., I s.r MISCELLANEOUS Porras, 46. "b o _
fis t FO SALE: 19 Dod to2. r A JUNGLE JIM JAUNT RENT...4:Apame I I. FA E o ,S ,'
Balboa 224111 miles. Pdro Miguell THRU CANAL see Apoutment, A....l P l to-Z,,
Ad"h ,..L 4;561." d.ND TO FAMOUS PORTO BELLO FOR RENT: -1Furnilshed airtment; t lauh if fl 24 -
IPuM .FESTIVAL North American nelghbolt; isgular FOR SALE: rIUSI 10 24
T Abo dI Panam's cruiser transportation. Do y Hou led one? ful two-bedrooM chilet, corner 8th 161 Tog "L-
.f tescadora" 1 Expecting your w 3-04"71. wn.o .moi Prce: $6700
ETTID Lam Wed.. Oc.0r1PnwlfoEoq ts; tee e r. $1800 4181V
D oCANAL 1"f-evoook! OR RENT:-Apsitments; water PATT SON ", ., .
N .|iCshed -oom, a nma C.nal with lunch $10, chil- facing El Pangma,. Call 3-5692. FOR SA On soly $45 14,0.

L ret-r nhe.e Oct.. 2y. 23t ruins of Porto Bello. one bedroom. Vi EapoAn, hous FS
SFOR'RENT:-Furrashederoom. Amerl- See foscine ing candlelight proces- before Juan Frnc_. lF OR SALE 4.ets A ble l erfiiestrd e i e
.c.n Wuple: Kitchen, refrigerator, sion of ".The Black Christ"; leave FOR RENT:--Onecand.two-bedroom vo and LeI. a~ 1 f d ,ISlno yesTeBrdcik:MC i3"ia uataly In "hedo.. f a
A .- Is privgqte both. 32nd Stiret No. 14. Porto B9 I it, II a.m., sleeping a r ET et aol tw o-be d l down. r o 4r meeer d r '1 ..* thi ,.L ,f-ck
S h5 aoard2coolind S. aaTmentdoa wth sea view. PATTER mter.bert1Jacksonie brought eble
i r' COMBINATION CANAL AND '--OeUrugua ,.feU-L%.. l oM th. Buprem.Ceult tl ap
siFOR RENT-riem hed room uple,o re- PORTO BELLO TRIP $20. hoa ,4e of .a ,,hear ae f ahi- lp1.
si. 5thS Ne uente For reservations phone Jungle Jim, WANTED. i'exhire--ttu" lO weA d ".*.
Bel VIs ___El Panama 3-WAT1660. ..t.. .. .t
__Bell__Vist______ rciohe3.7WTET'sAV
FISH FANCIE S:-We-offer a variety Mui .cebi.. CWdh oZ
PEof gold fish. 7th Stret No. 18, San i t r
.Francisco. Phone 3,5587. WANTED TO IUY:--4. ot e In .bl n Balboa folw eeral
'Jrs Cumbres," a nthd4.epeOa a.
FOR SALE Cu sde 2-10J. 0
WANTED:-2v-' .Que .- ".-
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29(lead ,pl ho dow sur. 29,. .dow s r
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___resolvedrdeyon oudeyto B o n W_ e d ytO..ob cr the or bease 263Wh"stt
.therDe zowt e baowi: (Ceantflua Q oSud ayles.
~ I. poC O a o the Gom-l"ulturo a r-l apnta f 't t o '-I" i" 'r

-t ~Obre that o 0 Ch U W aPIna"a W butfarepr of'haf t alu-hb. to M0aaw
nd Tit. a, sut V e1 Iter.. j ooe jlpd~well ci~ther of AlexanaDuuam g r *esen.-
tr]eIteot standngatIt.wrmthA
2 AS" naer4*l tO he local tourist guide. s announced 1 ni t. W bo th
de rsl 0 ups who the he is aeClaa" oer to l "C i f b k .
w'i otion ih atsm underFrnchddtinon.
tote y e t ,patorlym s af the only larger tS:S l'.v ,a
onf a im aw lefe n standing were an a
expressed their desire Beo. Those ,wo'wish to make
kers of the nl Zone. The laun will leave Relief vessels oo. *te! r
ngthen their cleCtve bar- 20tw to transit U Canal. Ch- l.seas. i.


ef fare."Ato m d Aremlenewmwxr C,



.1stan the shavI hito evthe
SCderstmdinr between all" ) u dr
.have4ILmprogrambphasiz-the.edAtlantih ..X4teUVI Atlannti
b* thatatheir orgogno efforts- tOf Pohe '&o nthe rei e r .reesenfets.-
to w'rbL Only ,,ar Wsmploy- athis Ince-hasi tO ..o_. act lr-b"et
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LoddePorated withhad ieeh

will --wrims 11111sJaunt wll In- threatensd .
godemels-.. wil to Pou.tilcand
sm.wo wsh may leep aboard. Heav rs theb."d

0se of Atom Apendix Cost ,ethe e

dued. by ut ..


pm O,- LUUU5UftW iWt)wuice Ran- ~
'y tom* suer- a was en route to Guam, Joe
wasvlk with a severe appen.
00 didies at .For
on PMassM tei*totake thoeyot
.t 51 *saw GO She Hanna, but b A
tweseritoveeted ths. The ld
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bue q "H i Travel, old
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Se e toher new home ba in a "aleholic can t blush-


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a f ye. te the late r nc TV,
'-* when came to in "a t Capt. wa Rider Jack Mahoney wear


Go ac.rew-ups Meets c v,. -, -.- o-w to ,oUywood o ,,
Sm TeC h Cu a h daho highw oh ollywood's famous
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.1 Ak no orhd, dm'thaien .-. ou s l mor eo
of S tests "Mister Robert"3 a board more, Jr. p a
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C' .:.t flNS U i th si' !S recolart Jn -.0. Th
-- r rra'r.Wee.+ Yb' Ee3 C.eia..ei. tg ..pnnetwouI and
Sea e .so.p. De T "t't e.l t9 the
Vapi. ':. -a N. wa t N A ___ e l grw. :lar mseae _f B howa. t'.aaerent."
l'w?^.,L aSane3o .t U o t Midway -a Inm e, 0& more f-- a nt
.. .-A..-S m o A lbsttm M ob.L H. J fro & I ot A fy ui tlWy 'N. mink I t then rad taeis on tt HalUmark P Tlyhouse.
fte ora wunn be i Gordon Mac-



The Of.ep, hie.same l '?s amdda ug
AuEfl ubho. day thena Jta au Bktw hfa d





b .,..Te ordiCy Vn ted W s.. ,S4 O a h h

serlWO"l" '" h ""f Ancon.Maonie i F omina.. -Ca
Anttqb th i Membe, of, the Patuy In t N N
r o r. How Se h in the .
Oad Navy ""uggis t "oi ... ii "'" to c^ h a.


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Sinemor fliers oh: Irene


So show.o Dr.

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will try a omheia a Lendes
mtafl musical ta Sfeabhe.


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Wile MILTON RICHBMAN Amereican is ion Ag On 60d11 A
.MTMhe would call a meeting of
NEWYORK, Oct. 14 (UP)-M lonare Arnold league directors 'immd, W.pine io rn
.1 fweer he is ormally notifiI
4 udnwion took the rubeland off T benk 0 today the Amefian Lea ue that a h ba t he tue I of ThaI
a' heerfufly, announced he Is' ,"eady to spend drafted the Assocat san- o W an e r
ts. r or snake whatever trades are necessary" to "The thine seemsret wroll h other wl ith a t clash of g
ing a winner to Kansas City, the major leagues' seutld, wtlaniti d. U e r a kn d
franchs. at should be witl A few metalwats ,those who ome to fui in one
n o days, I t e Dohn on dah e Dd dlum tfor the fir meet- ack O
Iarran e U 1si. Ameri an ePr f e Willhl 12 'ri p
...'-unnoled a 18.ie ^tHU Schoolbon tNo ar **, *'.W,
th Ie e hI Harridgey "wi let usk as wli the two- o ii t wo
ht 5id Stre7,06oo s n a possible, e u th e fait-ans e- atY. W eonb 11e te t oP--av
arrivedhd Clb Ilatoy 0 co bld es "flu.o.Paranm
e done" within the next Ix about the d. e "Of course, we' 11hao to drafth ,nt nt t in nd.with t
Sactual e a of the h.egtha- toerriry from some other lower Fi those not interested In In- th tr
p oi o o Gered a cut-ad- le te-school atblntl thhe ad g -P. UP
Ifen-l hnan er, he s and a(id fo esy cealtr o s speculate. h n sprovidoed .a e b all@iik ,h .oTU. .kr oty







on~fe ^ saidlarndxthltily rstanhaeOihe De, n leosdnt Brle 9 aash Res
ri-. 1 to selected a n ler d o thson who new bill club or mhe nation any t me.. That d xt t rwtH th o e rl aie
W thate s d ne- will be c te K City what I jumped on themaos lforso -o sdo: .nA.... a .r o -ato chdown..m W --wo .w.
withint or thr e e Athlet ais he will probably doing."' ot hles atterfofl of Oa.
weeks I hal e. to sell Connie Mack Stadium to th. e o e r. attvtles. As uck. tim e ando- Cn- o achi'1 a" -es o v- S
Ss ,e ut etPtin Iadolhla t hillies "soe.m e Doerty tes merhat r y effortwgo ae theo itoe twoe eira-rceumcu- h o ok t aer- -k .s s
e x weOe lTh Sepurtcase price ierlt Mzed nrjor Idpuewners tlar.unton. such tas music,nar t' ivyhe4 of _






ne nc rIssaoi d to be .$ 0.000. lo r specu ating on possible fran- and public ptlolns as [t tbie bs s hab t B l l






nofe gtre atnle t o/acdim s t oe y-'e tue blllu*1u4OFORT AMA DlORp WOMEN.S th case. to and vic- i n A l e'manner el v ft. I Ob st.
fiaer n aunb apom. ofl' hna 'Im C LUOINN TTart way no t or Ctal t- f, S bu Jiohn me wh
k' B iiIn the Na- The Philli s had share, the chin e abirt, saying Itkled mr .h ate ma ch noe c. an d eo. I Dng r nnante .
had open minid" Stadium WIth the. Athletics Uzn-Inor leau i ntersot.- In cit I tsle At ood le a A with sI A gAiovethe x lo fl v
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r.ag the come on an and wll don arday. Otbe tddle N cotaguThSle Jb 8pe- agt a I | fif vae n h
S Ian do not plan to h ange the name eaue s r ioa. tean ltocehne. seore- Ime noyg rei .l r ... worth... -t h-l ced.e-. aso-.n t M
t m.a a state- of tie rk, ast least "not for the in ar-kdThere on_ Pah d t. aer.jI os lw T a e -
lux t off@ ta t, aONoe, s esman Am ng cities n inlThere are no earl m o Spopo-trt d Of .dmeet 1could ve tov yac.u s e
would not retained nor i d rt ripcb allt ..t h _.Cr e will No
h ILJohnson sid i had seen the American Association membe 'ram' no rti gs of shoes of the baseball ..w give the the. J. nio Cowlntl .g' U. aidw -
I. .t...en rri fc in noto cre it.a le t.b
b Our inagr next Athletics play "several. time" shl are Omaha Denver, wn layers. It s1 for the students op itld' iao terorrific'ene W lle bre rs
O Uab e oto hs eon s o n a n d. A o r ,Woen C lo osht ah eem ,e :p la y w i n .: l o m e 1 eedi t T t- -
repled In a sewer to lnoee Can. ,Houston Atanta fan d enjoyment. Blemthere ,.wtthcedi..ma nta s tVa W so
,, .., m t o enol-t erom otd n ar le s Mr iC slen onerlu o
concern the two Is millr o with all the players." inrm flham. -Ogas a on taent .wnjoyi ther-, wit tm S. o -thasa=Iw o ne ln w-flncton --xH.edtgersdl vs
h theas s o andalthoeug rg've I n e mha a deMo a tlk e not h tanda orhes. m tart th e record. 7hr clash Of t" battle Drit l a vs Wl mtb.i J M
at is t i alk to. The Athlehc n e tone c sly. r the mos lie--I --etio s o- e Senelwho Roote. t o ut .le.ul d. *1 Lafhas llnuglon ,
S .r3' the in the cellar in 1c954, trailing the a ft then Athletise t move nto C heAne n n On the I o'-Tn oa. their" eis Cri".V. iS" I a .i.. ..y ob :. Iin o rl .rn M Ssr v G
pennant-winning Cleveland In- Kansas CiY as expected It Bv do a thorough jobnof n- 'Herb hay m tr m ue-re ipm bll
.- a be the second terit'os stalling. the Split at B R ball star a actn w ho o r a w y e: Joseh .1
6 0ames. territorral oged oh
When lohason w as asked the Am nican As o iatin d with l n the T for believese i o Safoo vs. Wash. ItN t l i e It
i he Associabion inetheth'FaceTcrod mCob-2 uch Davaefori there landMikoe
have cirulated that what- be thought Of the 154 less than two years. The aoe n tA tackle. Owe orn a bePolyv T aPa.-
a~p w pm n- w'ing I Athletcsth sne prayers Braves moved to i olwu, nrdWj vbawltnt.*t aeCt,-_a-_Is ie at_ .C-
T he0. 1aP"" of th e Def the --e a wi h th h193... read for Z and go o an* 0w eam .vue.te .thh
fl.. tho e ft- hi nu r tee s dg wto evo 1e953. m er. Btlha High School line holdaT h t u quest. on .Wit, Ve s i-Vt D-1
.5 owli of. the Yankees Ioo'pinon but hooked thimcn fTas will be happy with their that has been in te min of cannot Mlcbirt Soutr zwa
e70 of thefu, tutopinion but cheekSfhiCtI. 0tein T he nt -as t e a s tat n i n
Of dstyub In the American Along ne irwaysl eff' .ors- y.. ..fa.. wodr1t an s.o .o mn
46i:. gnhenerI '"n4Crather not comment on FORT That fellow 'ikersr tt works Cm tntn t, e, o bg- tva ll eboj
Sthe ".big league' tt", he said. dwan s .the Balboa line questiloi .wi undoubted.ly. be -in( ILnti- s M-Soine..
fdua to sm.ingle "V Aimis totake _the ball 1954AFO MTA DORwo ; cse._-_._Keeonrandlo to A..edIrlom albyv fts
ofthouuclubbAnd make It into onew CLUBSHChadrl- esMorris.
e-. CHAIsONS hP TOUR. rorie s 4~.7 *rbaed Tforthe on aol imon e -O Vsupe0r0 Colb- p,
he evr onbe pu.roud of," he said. ",I'mTA NEWS G r yardagerTpa and Herb Mybobur 0oe a-. 1 will o0lfesese.e 0 .. e, ,.' ..- .on a
Sh imS w hateverWtradesuare necessary tnTGolfing (GosslFrom TJu n"" J oee DanCoouth NoMat ine.
brtrt-_e r winner to KUansa city.". dor Iedlad theonneed,euip ,Illl s Co l o v 'ranmuhs vs
:b6 nd ,, ,,In cn- WhI Johnson spoke of his' capablenofpassi ng thea'OuJrvien vs- OfllW slenyTe
--t a field man- plansaboutKansas _city In 195s. The qualifying rounds for mthe under the staId.. L i ovs. W
.4. o Amador Women's Cl ub how. l04 he 5 id o-ll f' Ie Uollb.n ,W r
te ,ur- upset Cosaie him-. Championship Tournament got ,9. Now &Alen-Dal-"rdvS
slfi PhkIn etched under way lsts Saturday, Oct;9,w itebl'.w.Gtoo bL Tbt oU g"": u v m -,,
e c rt r me!c on an and will end on Saturday. rOt.e Edde No ion. T Jhe, i neO EP iI I Na x-Tvs"i


Mausthold. h.H e.isquit a ebu i Citade W
.lis fnua noanzale rohe tedfonce led to 1egoThetqualifyhigdroune "ianheanlord etr iVa erlt-n.oWast:I&.Ji#ita-n.vs .COIL of..
,1},..lhulto 1_hW '.Of toill Fot Around of wml e Cdub better runia "aid pass-
pThe 161-16 Weiy 0 n w heIriodbr No hand Icap willv.o, b e a a Ung atc Some _f 3 inst itut vs Winston-

Butassael BJ amuse--wthtlt.l. Bfto arta c.
tO' ag bay tb-Owtoi asmPL I freetiuhnamdemendle oernthefi"*eJd.Blkun hs tn overd.eSa
Johnsont"1lFort Ampdorwomen Club eadbetter.erulnbnf an pan-. orals ivs!Auburna "
-'U 5 III9 Nkew h eclImde to te eoa ho ers. No handicap will beto -a.e joo dea Sof c ot-l.q ochnoanl',.l wsrthmle
e. o woe tSidu .op.it sb orsallowed eith erd m.theaq d By W ( WA'rO of Included movitionsothI. V n ATa .3 iunsNormal .vs.Winton- W

.with-: vwrienM To otBlackburn hastaken oveB k h. i arvard o w t v ss awee
.v pthfieowown otnI Eeoposingal team tdInflightsi h de ndi bon athe tBeall tle t- r ned eet Jn thatmadth -'tkaonrs vs T sId t
a p ah Tuewd the aus Invitey tfhlilver iid 'Aillaigeuaw'.tioed r- A 0 U "... .r ; v rdo,
-a rP.O G the scrivenee s ma n. Ctolune achtaA tele-to the wtaers at the completion fr a co t ougeo i onh.orDr a ln MM
al" No wdeorke by he cavo o sing b e s b Tho coavern aof the tournament winhovcmber.owd at the Calinof but Lo uis Bar- --' Slt ate vs W C)Mo W t n s.b t e l.
orei vscore or mo e onewsmenPick T urnam ,( eard muablrd Amn th s..c prs.wh end no Jewithanifpu men are Grim beles-1 mtn.ldi n is WesleyanvsWheaton'
..- .on a t Yeonvatotgontwhuchp aub anente orueastca ll one Ioa d The gK v tatmone w e ooe Con1 bAttlfr torG. Cstara ngberth,t iouvnKera ofvths IQ.v0WItSt :t
ar.ci s kteN allvnJoeB l that madeethea-Aml -W,,k s s CentraTex"ShuKeemnt
fl r z e mi qn ehr contutittee mem.... bers eadn tOffieraofdmandUteri tronegealthe' r- Bta-fr a
Onl.urk and Mppyrtourfl Ft.rtoIo me h.aopeningowhhstleCo- .. .... .ge.. .attackled
a oligtol'bbyentvor itbh aldU it seven them will thone women who adrert-a city crowd at t hek .S :I
Pa.offici8atalsn te Lalestalkinanindeviduallyetoda e lastpteabnasnres6t.4 tohe wa.so tD eIss.idae Getbe --o...........To.sb.
.' U~ two. lore or more ofnewsmen.reD tedour nam entthuida vat Aoyed the f isnt gwt e aCRe Co I f he b ight, butLene r -n the SATu. /ar b,,l"nKent taevszOlOm.
u satnt wt..fU t. r ing agd.Kenyonpvsrse haIrd
*Waf i i S--emb rs.. ..id.eRode ane
wScre ndho,7e hunberilaxeolistedV% L W' l2 end N4val playon raed ; Wi tebb hfleM the ,- ute vs
tohneeaClubn'bulleti" board.sTucke._ Tr .. Webb has improved,.. -
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Sojo'i.e.Touramentlast.w eek.ays w.ntone in : in thelead te ar,de frthaST$sG ttysbur
l.mit..U were. .nshi. toR.alph ive--
Wend 6. the 1 Ld ies,'9cndre nd i. of the b.all.Tee astflsc _,-- .
Fieurnamdfight n Irn Con tiy, A ltwth r h poJ-este-t G 0lowA cam.-,
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an- -P e lo e than utogia l elevil of h col gat me SW T *.lT'
ame would anrt in a o av n be, bled th o a 13-7 victory ever .eugm..u. o haA h hi s cl
Should oet about the overf the movie st, a ed, said, George Wahton and Coach Art o snap.
aing- hwnldnty whihs.wn UMtd sahrlly. "1e jmust be Woua gd- Lewis, a trije shaky, leaned a-' hM w Mew w'd Cin," the id SiS.I
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Sfw i'elt te because, a n yo u ut ate the right on his face wa
ght hSa.ve.ay aarea t susp e e to do t h owe udde? it's a pla

nI or "Game of the Week to. takm e olt pon r too n




Sback. eti thumper, one iould c la ir
Bure in the East ua felw watch- him, a4 a result of thnis, joddol a h '.. -, u.o -
in the stqr of tohoe Hanyar*.Co ansnsr to Churck Davey. e ever nel H e l w-.
Wi olno n peroonl, which started On the serious side, this s year's .b.,tm; o e dr c.o




an ue or than tgame elevising obf the college ga m oe a or
cause of time has bea passable, as far as hpme
his d gsh to the TV screen a full viewers ore concerned, save for e written i af e." Serv ce rne .
15 minutes early, h found o.t. a few i' pots where the aom .er- ,
dcl1 overlap a 35-yard scoring run .MA3B Cite ,wan the t
'THEa bit o the action, former Syraceue I e blac e. wasn, ,of t
hio, and probably the rest -of tehe It does not, however, ve a the clfer cha raotodin h s



an Ilod n mind, ewithe. T h e firm Idea of the 1teing ondi- at aoll, for It ba told
anda sin, the in.poson toens an important art 'of foot. nw "r



Ss t e refund obn d t art d e, und tedly were more ball. Te Wonsin- as o I, contest,
S ewd at little perturbed, however. for example, would have been bet- a aStn Bowman fi l h ap
But T seems to rn the show ter played in an Inch ofew than one of the lftes# unnee



Swherever it goes these days, .ao BIn the mugaf aibr which hung over "Fellow coald make a milonn ba ever knew. He wfas an "
l.o, a WisTon Iiwa football joined the o.meex. the field unseen by the video eye dollars," he said. "A ool mUil- goe b on n to l cinder track a sr
*( tldfl). In the ninth aalnstgTulane, ,t was ru nningh teteam again. ug busi iness in making way o "IT WAS RUTAL," a veteran lion. if he only bat some sort of r. s



y T Y I were bou ton w a rried A ya r ths uioree.a h Badgter observer reports. "Im n- a ed or something thatd B
As, to r eBas, ad sredfoin b t frs ma" There cwil bea delay," .e dna summer has been flu hed would keep a team up high for Bowma n was pwie one ularl
Sthe I ll for a yards to e Tu. and we hd a lot of the f ello s s. t me, fiat a deen


eetois A mca mosuhere cut dow arag onte Lewis was. talin abu the
nd lane 47 The nt ply, I went bacf ak from iced I dtare wokin oo thean ll wenoOn a the anfd d tnh da re statedt oa ou thr -tay. io n BowewJ da, '.a h
; lo Wh is a Dai- to the right, cut back and then $;me In a backfield which h w d reportepsa te Te s d i Th At
t the mach when I enter. found nothing between me and J6hny LuJack at quarterback esn in eletronis. A M i u r here cut down yardage a sl ou In this game, how e er, the


Saor taser ame gin ts the n or st the t twd n eaa r au d a iht hal s and mses and hu Rice a wa hs roup of king-sized Orid-e s Le
tat I reed th t I re ber my ello at ack ton ad to be replaced. t. They were the light team and des wallowed round most o the Orange star found himse tr
e d l i a is f cl ber hek coaxial cable went dizzy, had to be needed all the stamina they could day, their thoughts apparent on by a cluster of wou-be tae
O. mn they HeedIhnW
Soha ot dme e le they haeied I S the bes I rlaed by a telephone company je r the South Carolina victory o the He reversed hitfid escaped is
S as a yohen goridiron-wise, played against the Army. They gr. aa fial r m o teredk fa h



Whe you look back at f urled T ae oe1111 s pheep i askm e ra- anmd earti the al e Foskr, WIon baL os is e nde o tei wee k before -toand the big Penn P pursuers, nd a off I
Of Ca -lding for iotre Dame, gbout was that. 97-yard run I mdae and I made 'yards. But that ot Wsc son's closeness to the college foot StaL cteto g up on he oer direcin
of them comes to against Arm in i47. wasn't the real kick. What if bal enoch woe l an n te, r nthlio emo next Saturday. ain
m o. *. Iiael the ioan h in i t W f oe ball press, then told the se Wioonin that the ame, fought "They we t what you
a ine and I tookhe the ball on our threeag. tha t "while you're watig with TV licatons, as given 'down' today," Lewis went on.











"H a y cam *be aswand Ietookne ballon ourte rnd footbealsl g au thin1oaw herAe actionI theig qui ho titae of g was a big, lumbe ri n ta9k
S- In front of goal posts. I w ea to a tBeat the "And you could see it coming.
S o ues alosin tho o A the n. Te b .thC th
Splay agait at Ar to the left on lnt, cut ack on do es theresting statistics. The del a Clock" in honor of Ameh's wins The minute they beat SuthCar oug e a owman once but tesee mo
m a sSv'd 9134 we anTas a ia-year- aa couple of tacklerstad t nm icl e: and th n aem tso170 st nhor" nng TD plunge 50 eon from a ba to wry T wer d n' He[g set ou dI.
ltra an an sta ted t h e found the rest of the boys on our l .omebods sou dier As added roof that ollee foot- the ena.all pepped u for tat one The and sweating A g- I Bo
-adrh t e dthet .leftedlf__ Wst o11trn m6&- MG Ya oo neletdown ha to come in. It al- itr dm Ss
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WeomentM b ig on e plenty mat e a asSanmie, a p c i- w"a was .Uh"R unn *h irda
..feO that wpthe sou6ae. -b which .. or so. But Ioeo was alas ieFotp'i e "I don't care where you a," less hut by now exhausted tacke nuffed "a.d I .

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We lost, 4 nd zone Ad we h a intq adi lly hie h' on afte youinwn aholgh a Isa t'
L. I v h e a after you Win 2 big game is the nnnnonn,
i te yaru ze. Geothse week you got bumped off or looksays
H oetwtla y $ore Damt e aWhdle thpla war isa th seunl u a d e r iBy a hb sfhl 'te however, In ls t Friday her it's etoll, ut waI .,e n e .
ot d. r a h D Lr e __t my father, .h..e .Oriinl f..ootba tll Coacgh -e .atar, I oored tI omes p, the Chuddlaye agai ntd 1 po r iloRYou tan see it coming, but I
me Ia ft h, 'me. peled T fant was outside the stadium, ra"- and didi. eof as receiving. Lestle. ii nd ai MA th I ietne ,and a sdol 't now of a coach wno nan
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meche .enr --of the Bnhg 'ds wid toha against 14M bohette and Dann Ger6 and Bta for the one they all
8in ts r School Tilge football tee'm, an -, -nod trouble was ahead the minute heI d 'a r i lNMt" p I Ln'
etei i oa Th, I.wal a r Army ga.fad-.t io times. o dW tut t lan sa l- rod te n0 w ke.up Moanday morning t. ben -
-- -- '-l uar n d oralmo, aoe ps siti e-- rarnk wnohinl ndr waske r- hT h e .
%-T.i tl Ifor u. y ten, L.eahy Tomorrow: Law--and back t; re lg rOt-o- on rel the Georg e Washing-
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ha-, .meltbV. for .n reserve a in the nx atibona could see they Just had nothing
ecaver, suloy a w I resev b me" Just plain drained -ot."'
pino eralndticannot ndat v eted out, is the prime reason .> sLY
n te Cristobalsr, .or such as Notre Dame cming,
By STEV* SNI31 yver twice agUnst leie in a. bit- '.trtla lames..- o though fairly plentiful .In Zum- o h victor over Texas,
United Pieus Iets "Write? l'terib "og1 AaI& s t 111106 wci ]nerte and several aaoP or--, ineei-. Csr r'a os tCrris Or,h f-rto be knocked a rt b uraue I
NEW YORK, Oct. I Pete Th ba t 0VMi oters mautr-buted two. and =. 713 list of iuries inr ba been playing Odr, fatn's o g a
Vann of the Arm not he the whoe. b udp so .. which have plagued the Tigerslwith an ng le, thought immediately Nater saving nlltnois
nation's thpots "=ate for. the w Oe Oklahoma uncovered a. fie new since the introduction of t kIe bad enough to put him put of idiatel argin g Ino
ward poser bt he gets-th* mos. fl., totad of 00y at i Jimmy H err.is footba onte Canil.. e..h.. action. A- few days of light work- a kicking around.
tfor tlet and rates then C -o r,t butsus cnk. ho spare te Sooners t aaisi stay with them this season in-outs should be alt Banons leg coach tell when his boys are
top spot today in the United Press i s a,.Tbe .r a- d Mlchian f n a big war. ba wil need t be nub down? Is there a Way to spoa
Pe"t threw six. psses against y a ees m aard-runnineess are seiontt with a little less than e
Dartmouth Saturday and hit Jour -n kic u ts-u Aa with er Iowa. 178 pounds and speed could have the coaches are opti istir shout conr-de enthusiasm which most
thr lo0 lne., ei... ree TeCahi Hastnek Lenny X o a r o materially aided the soldoa hi thi se oun college gridders are assumed to
ins a tms dow onthe five set- Oho State Preston Carpente captain, suffered a knee inury 5 _
ting up a subsequent touchdown C a PhOm maler-e"' of Arkansas, Bob McNwmasaoar late in the 1953 season. Before youYou haknd aIt tthe first time you
play w d. m e al re l Mminnesota and B ean at 2tt reads almost like "who's e them rn th"o ughYour it

Vh out .01`11 f t s wa the C always is 113 pounder Bil Rank- then sort of saunter up to scrim-.
stauflug .emaIes labst pZ season Itain'saw plentv action in the run from a halfback po- mage. Afer they run it off, they
"e of so!is __', ad It-was a gallant bat futile pop- Standout linemen included: Jamboree and the BHp C.S.ln.. Bill ho run m actio wos
El.lkseal affet. 2le siu e Ine mredan won ENIS: Don HolledCrt ArmyW Ed game. athan ha previously b e e n I have a lot of hustlers on this
oL the s~eondwe& Iow, uo.wado...h fulslbacke~u~. mM ; Jca I crJesse Andlle, m. a aJl- formed creditably. Two fine Inds you down. Neither does Bruce


and .45) Pi'ing will stalt In runners-UP an under- MOST BEAUTIFUL tICTURE OF TM YEAR
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Wim ~,,wnruovrtme perio before ekit' oit -eA
an runner upsm.of a 67-668 er asvtmi .105 zaf I
crucial Merlea will be p II s i i rhsht l Giut qN
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i amily WABHINOGTN,Octk 14 (UP)- networks next Manday "prinel- "unfortunate' and contrary to ftor ood *k "tW' his at
on and Democste d another pally in farm area." the view of both" the B1o l Sanny an la
th pa- vorable re obn th political -Alh Republ .leaders and national OOP admtinistr- Abor e
roug teeto barometer today In e results in ndlanapolls wre round- tions. A "Iki re- -
S of Tuesday terrltori lect ing up party fai to fill the "Consequently, I suggest that mark, cha
eet n Alaka. satButler University his scheduled appearance be comparing
le But U o said Ildhouse, Bnyde to his cancelled," stratton laid. og.
i it the Democrai Be the bi statement tht thhe. tlk would Before lea mpi Detret WIl-, e no t
meA a the ser- territory sh give ';o lfer- not be a political one. son saId asetand the la ndloatli
f behind ence" of w ay happen Meanwhile Illinoisl ov. Wll- "word in WI hnlnte nI I'm respect "-
rp arrival throughout nalu in the liaen Stratton agreed to in- begin cheeked for fot-in-thes and sek th
Nov. 2 Cl.cetions. troduce Defense Secretary Chas moh disease an the don't who sit bwk lin a- *
:rpror and 1sa son, the Other e ld Wilson at a $100-a-plate Repub- knew how serious is. bout cn
Irar, drove, with the that the I4oex, the Re- I~can dinner last night ut let it Wilson, i Jovial It, has Plan the annual "Oper- ".
jt Duke tIn a carriage nVblicaae u to AIMs- be known he is still unhappy been hav ing an a'pa4ysical In his announment atlo" are .
Sthe decorated Mall 's bid eoo had' an over Wilson's "bird dog-kennel checkup this week. te sid he Spring ieldd "I te at b A
th e clattering troops Inportant ilgfiuence on the dog' remarks. talked to his office and learned cannot u tad how a FDce to provide n ade*
[iehold Cavalry to be- t. The governor said he was un- what "the word in Washington" man, .of e- a as for orpha eat
d-ay 'da vt at aSn for the Demorat, changed ij his opinion that Wil- about that checkup was. tns. c u as tw WlL Cit
no re. p. Michael J. Kirw*an (D-0.), son should have called off his .The furor was set off Mon- problem (of .w.plm o 1 "Crl
nd three rmn o, the party', gnre speech. dY. by Wilson's comment in a lightly been
willolyrove to lonean ipign commit e, said The Chicago CIO Council an- news conference at Detroit con- The R p In addtn e it
a mbassyiand begia t Alaska election results show nounced, meanwhile, that mem- corning the unem loyment sit- to fi htlg roidr preent pIa si
e talks as the aw territory may be a better ber of (ta local unions would nation. In It, he d: dominane e- .
Sof tbe rich but lical bellwether for the na- picket the onrad Hilton Hotel "I've got-a lot of 4ympathy for onal s at 'Cl. hbert' J. RterA l- i
m'Africtan nation. than Maine. "with real v" bird dogs" when people where a sudden change Demont ul. comit or
L l.it her1 is part of tob election result in the Wilson a d to speak. catches 'em but I've always who ha the yrs
tlc tour aof the West territr since 1944 have "closely stratton bid issued a state- liked bird dogs better than ken- traction .:of ISd to n ed. at96
to the United "' what opened in ment ear titoday that Wileon'o nel-fed doo mylf. Yr kw theth hy
fltidi oo aombi- a ton a few. V. lateewhr, w %t golt thteIn
Athe wrld the B p s won control of o. .10. Utcted, Doy
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