The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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]
normalized irregular


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


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
lcc - Newspaper
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Miss Gertrude Joustra enter-
talned at the Tivoli GQuet Hoase
yesterday at a misceqla n os
shower honoring herlrtUr, ran.
Katherine 0ou0 a1 Melcille, wbhle
marrageW asv September evan.
About i Sd attended theI
bridal shown

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SPanama, has left for.ea trip to
W ogto, D. C,.
Canal Pta Wives
MH'a Ne-stems Leaneheon
A roup of thirty wives d Pa-
nama Canal Pilots entertained a
Saturday at a no-host luncheon
as the Army & Navy Club.
Weadntl Gf 7 e
Tbq Ambassador of Nicaragua
to Panama,' Mr. Adrian .Cuedra,
has left by plane for Nicaragua
to attend the marriage of Iis
cous Miss Ruth Araa*,-to Mr.
Mario de Obaldia of Panama.
Mrs. Maria Olympia de Qbal-
dia mother of the groom, ias@ al-
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Mr. And Mrs. WIs
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The pro-consul of- the British
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entertained a few friends recent.
by at a cocktail party at their
residence on Via Espala.
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California where the Panamint to use
Dangae tnhl1i. 4.iS *n1 *1<- I..I __

Two cu ahradded green cab-
bage, 1 cup shredded red cabbage,
1 cup sId celery, V cup shred.
ded carrots, cream French dress-
nombine and toss In large salad
bowl. Serve on crisp lettuce
Creamy French Dressing
One small clove garlic, 1% tea-
spoo_ salt, fresh ground pepper,
tvo-t ird cup salad ol, one-third
cup wine vinegar, 1 tablespoon
fresh lemon Jqucb, one-third cup
heavy cream.

soned salt a4 pepper --e
remainln lg dente.
"ripen" Of" il hou..
serving. .
Gree-,Gold Carrots !
Two bunches or 2 packatj
carrots, 2 tablespoon veri uhy
cut green onion (tops and aH) e
2 tatespoons grated dry onis
butter or muargarine, salt anq

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Ms. a.faghas of. F .t Meath
'Mr. Josepa Cunningham of
Hote Panamsa l by air yes-
terday for a month In the States.
Ist rip Is in the nature of a
busman'ss helM" as he is plan-
nn to attend the conventions of
tbe ,An mafm p yt fTravel
jISlnn Frammncisco, the Na'
t H l Exposition in New
exposition in M~t, anad te Ho
tQlnagqems. Asoiation ale
Gi gO Mr1. ..lo di
.*Fltl wi. b dag manager of
^J^ ~ ~ & tam

mother-in-law, Mrs. John lt -'
Mrm A. H. B.': liBkn, Mn
ert Leigh, M. ba tbert Tele
no, Mrs. Atonlo Alberols, rs.
Humberto Leignadler, Mrs. Jose
Maria Gonzalez, Mrs. Jose Do-

Usull Vty U .

wtch his wolstilwhe it uightout
there rah~cet *"*

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"4light hem the jar. You simply
In m rator and heat to the desired temn
peO hti.Ad t'th jawri an be stored safely d
conveniently ttor. Each jr i it
own Muitary eoatmin.r for ldftoers.
Heinz Mhby Fooda come to you as flavorfti
ad 'turiaijg as 'the day they are paded.
Start with Heinz Baby Foods now.

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"IB a MA MS Ba
ALE abin mos boat, No. FOR RENT:-T room cholet, in
5 BabodmYatht c.lh4 Call Navy Bello Visto. 2,
"_ FOR RENT:- all screen-
ad, two be f bothreamn dining
... Motorcycles Phone 3-5 .
:. a ;lndian motorcycle. Best FOR RENT.-"n liv-
'd Nov 2628. mingroom,, dil;iMwnkheri, two
J K0R RENT borhood D Phone 3
1ooR FOR RENT: residentiall
.house with A- 0"171e rttilqt.d"
)*1t :-.-Furnished room, Amer.- de orai.riT m'sB-% etC.
I guple: .Kitchen. refrigerator st 48th Street No. 18, Phone 2-
arJi bathroomo. 32nd St. No. 14. 14 ..

JfI4 rSb' Iwpsa irh
IW~~T Upright piano. WInthrop.
CtS Lond, 3rd Street For infor-
f~on phone 2-2354, 1-6 p.m.
SSALE:-BosiC objectss of CIvil
-tO1 .oerrirosrtence cotirse; drntft-
$ Box 171. Balboa.

;.:-f" W anted '
S- Ei-oerien-eat nursemaid
.' e care of m child. Good salary.
5 No 39 Central Ave down-I
t, or 9126 Bolivor
.in front of the Post Office,

FOR SALE~:-$od
motor, radio. Poctis1bO& 2719,
8:00-4:30; "a r 4:0, 2111.,
Room 316. .


LOST'- Between Anton Commissary
and annex, Iqdies Eulova wrist
wr.tch In'cript'on on back. Call
Amador 82-5148.


FOR RENT:- Commercial site; also
" apartment. Colle Estudlante No. 85.
o l'. ea Aid Inquire at Bicycle Shop, some ad-
s_ Aid dress.
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FOR SALE:-Ook bedroom set with
dreuer and stool, bed with sprigs
and matrfess and bursou with five
drawers. Phone Albrook 2284.
FOR SALIE-19 veeftaon blinds, fits
Zone up-and-down house, $75.
Cristobal 3-1851.
FOR SALE.-Servel rfrigeratar, per-
fect.conditioh. Phone 2-2791. Bal-
FOR SALE:-Hollywood bed,.double.
Phone Panamas 3-4229.

FOR SALE:---Procticolly new mahog-
any bedroom, living room an d din-
ing room furniture; also General
Electric 60.cycle I10-volt refriger-
ator. Can be seen after 3 p.m. at
No. 5, Uruguay Street, Bella Vista.

OR SALE: Frigldaire refrigerator,
t '25-cycle. good condition. Leaving
* Ihnhmus. Phone Panama 3-2106.

Miucellaneo s

~. ED!-- Siamese kitten. Phone
BWs. Briggs. 86-7277.
WANTED: A motorcycle in good
condition. No. 5, Twelfth Street.
Son Francisco de la Caleta. Phone
3-1451 (after 4 p.m.l.

US Sea Caplain
In nnlima knn Hac

tMh w -4 0 ona0g I-= 0 ll lem 1wn 5Wm. ,,UE
ordinate efjXts to helo the 1M,Mo Japs Tr ble
anaCityWould low Passp0 Troubles
Yy k.-the Obhlrp no-I flvic I
Stotal o Atomic Bomb "HONo KONG, Oct. 25 (UP)-
t a 'p p 3e6. th Ato mic Bo m-American sea captain Ben
P.. .--,,i-the Bum oh i LU 'Kraaner who spent 18 months in
1,e k <.-mltteemor.. TOKYO, Oct. 25 UP) A a Red Chinese prison with two
W clfitconn. tottl of 14,000,000 Jpanese American. correspondetns, has
oc -4od.- have signed a petition for out- run afoul of U.S. passport reg-
I roM ~, bhas de- lawing. the atomic and hydro- illations.
r'-'th;,e aDro- gen bombed, Ifta announced The U.S. consulate here has
Sv Tfhem fla t tiode fW meeting of its spon- not given Krasner a new valid
B thNov.of nQthe Chi q t pm port because he does not in-
SThep nt was made tend to return to the United
t sof #. petition Sates 91rtop some time. instead
7l.iV A hto;i6ve em-; has taken a job with a ship-
*or 4 d01 Jo as its marine an-
r t "_its ntne m-
..namao s, p Sfisherman er said today he applied
eaAn.oheduuled or next go o. a new passport his old
,tq Sviul' futmda ,, tp ex do ng his impris-
tcher j fire and the ...-. as soon as he got out
Ru, vi 'ink -&. .hin with newsmen Richard
ww 'I. VIalIptpeios Auplegate and Don Dixon Sept.
-Vt fo' l .4I 1o on.ulate told him the
,Wb oMSPOW .k!" nation *ould have to be

ent In Washington. If Kramer
Sr wanted to go'directly home!
.Plegate and Dixon did. he
have had a passport Im-i

ylin? pas-


inn o Aw
Sover WUlls
wi .y &Amn.n

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I,. consulate official said.
"There is simply nothing we can
do here rules are rules."

eI plans to go to Australia
oo to pick up a freighter for
t employers but wlU not be a-1

Al 455I Biallon

,] During September, 20 out of 26
ST. JOHNm ,V L ( ) men of the 45th Recon. Bn. pass-
Ye, t- aa ed.. the high school level GED
,dl-rla ." iSi l s.nd (General Educational Develop-
Id to. mak.e one b oking meant) test and received Army
u a tu-t." b 9! res i was l credit for 12 years of schooling.
eacre oo d~aity I e tgr 'The test, taken by the men at
Charles S. Sumner said it tookthe Fort Clayton EduCation
six men and two trucks to remedy Center, is given In five parts --
the situation each of which must be complet-
___ ed with a passing score in order
Pe lee Red to obtain credit for the entire
WATERTOWN, Conpr -(UP)- test.
radk J.' ClVo of New Britain The men who participated In
Sctg harg this program were: Cpls. Paul N.
bel Me polit ee car M-Bgt. David M. Russell, all of
Ca1l g wag s q Hq and Svc Co; SFC Conradi
a l" .. -Cinq-Mars, Cpl. Kenneth J.
leinasmith and Pvt. W RI
W a Ha ncock' Jr., of Able tble
tp) SM Harry Outhmller,
Siame car tm. Charles A. Simms. william
ble a a passerby to steer Malabre and Luls A. Roldanl
A was Whi Ruiz and Cpl. William T. llaml,
driver all of "Baker" Company;
Id't see Joe P. Cross, CplA. D
was fot N. Cook and Travis L
from "C"~ Companyair-t
uel Sierra and Chrles [
kIeman, Sgts. eral e
and Joseph H. Grift. Cp
ry P. Boslough and Pvt.
ultimate oIS
ton and "sput V+
at the 45th is to
up to that at 1
Io graduate. .
Requiem M"
A requiem mams
morrow at 8 a,
te Mrs. JuVMe 't"
City red :

AOgeela internaL do ftblheaclm
4 U Ces l J-vm e
S ht ra o L e wfe m IT 5rA m e
UP c M a53~

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No; s"IamMyA

WILLIAMSSt.o S Oc laro'
bedroom. Phone Balboa 3050.

GRAMLICH'S Santa Clara Bwch pt6
togas modem convenience, madd
erote rate PhofA 6*441 or 4.567,

fPanama Jilm. I7, rlsoal oP4'WP75
FOSTER'S COTTAGE, oaft mile" a
Bato a w ro2t1 86 P



ATTINTION 0. t Just built imoem
fumished opartmwfs, oef, two
bedroom, hot, cold w teo, -.?el
I phone Panama 3494, ,
FOR RENT:-FurnisHed & & i-ms .v i
ad 2 & 4- bedrootn mo jrtenn.
Contact Alhambro ApatJmnts,
10th Street. Phone 1386 lon,
OR SALE:--Completely furn. hd 6-*
portment. Con be seen' Sunday.iCoH

couple s. Military inspected. 82,
Porras Avenue.
FOR RENT:-Unfurnished 1-bedroom.,
spacious, cool, apartment in best
residential district. Phone 2-1661,
during business hours.

FOR RENT:-One and two- bedroom
room apartments in house No. 45,
Avenida Jose Francisco de lo Osso.
For details call De Castro, Avenida
"B" No. 24.
FOR RENT: Completely furnished
Upstairs apartment in a two-family
house: Living-dining room, kitchen,
two bedrooms, independent moid's
room. and bathroom, garage, tele-
phone, hot w a t e r and complete
bathroom. Independent entrance to
apartment. Situated at "El Cangre-
jo"-near Hotel El Panama. Phone



WANTED: 1949 to 951 Ford,
Chevrolet or Plymouth coupe, good
condition. Cash. Call Curundu Hts.
2130, after 5 p.m.
WANTED TO BUY Fom privote
owner, 1951, 1952 or 193-Chev-
rolet, M.G., Opel, Ford4 referred.
Write to Hotel InternT.onal. room
603. ''



By C. T. D-i
.I have just read
ative and entertai
called "Stock BU
Sam Shulsky of,
Jodrnal America:
apartment I. It ha
pointers for the n
eon. the most 'qe
hand will find'

candid camera
Vii captions ta
offices and
.Mr. Shulsky
and more peop
hae been buylq
various compax
realbe they caM
1promt of them@

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Drat ,Contr ,

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General Repairs, tune apd
(fast service) all work
guaranteed. (Day .Night?.
EmNRY C. WA IJz, Pmp.
(Formerly 9t eA. S.)
- Trelepnes: --.I-alZ
- Nlgbt -1X111 .- 3-44W

IYsicai Thezrja7..Uits 7'
h l M1 i
r Bore Musle, .Ch-roje elhrm .
lbrm, AfrdU Lumbae ad 1Prt.
Tired Feet, Suie, Csc mad
d. Camblloo hm

lVOu (49i of Jaly) Av No. is
<1ext to Drawin office)
Former llUow Pnruqtor = Gearge.
to-m Ut v,, wsm Iton. D.C.
Fanie DWiW4t Deaftist Pedrq Migug
Bad ==mBe., C.2g
Ueelalle- to- FUomhOflTOseMT

o~,a IL

bear Bazar Espafol^
56 Central Ave.

ch (anges
"rasr Bat' Luncheen
atRervaion plans have
Bled for the 'Cr
leeon of the Inter-. efo
W alea's Club scheduled t
.Fosdnesday at 12:30 at theA
brook Officers Club.
. w tpo i to .te.d a
t telephone one;: th
oewing- Mrs. Robert 0. Matl*
tey, Balboa 3646; Mts.a- et
Dunsmore, Balboa 1484 :orpr,
I a Heurtematte, Panama 3.0
Reservations are $150 each.
Members of the club and the*r
guests have asked to crown the*-
selves with a transformed wa*~
basket, flowerpot, saucepan, op
other creation, and join in th
Prizes will le awarded for the
most inspired chapeaux.

Balboa Woman's Clqb. .
Executive Board -
leets Wednesday
The executive board of the
boa Woman's Club will mee. &
Wednesday at 9 a.m.. at the JWi

rear ftUM

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FOR ta Tas weeJ tad gall
in .he _ofi h*t,. E, -'gM
t, uummme,' IL ._, USA; Mrs. N. Mo caid, 3In Uh,,be aI
and Jose Trinidadn a L yt Ry Dan:2".
Couch and Rddid tAt m s i
ZCanal Zon Boynoe S, ap qfe Boy cotta f Anlsri
port trdm the Csai Zoe Community Chest, t e-drive or wniao d
Cana(l ,Zon PGAtl) rSo

ana one S ScouG

Learn Better
Editors note: TIs tt
in the "Red Fease b4s1*H
depicting the ll eg
Canal Zone COdianulty dht. ,
Approximately 1100 Canl
Is, ranging in e froa nye
17, will partlela in integwat.
ng, exciting, a Y Amtruetr Jy el
Girl Scout activittle thfro agyout '
the next year largely beeuase.o
financial, support rallied during
the next few weeks through e t '
annual Community. Chest, fuznd.
raising campaign. -.
At the same tlie, these gIAr,
under the supervip.on of the Ca- '
nal Zone Gil Scout Council, will
continue to aid the community
through their manifold volunteer
services throughout the Zoep.
Who asr the Girl Scouts? Thy
arem you i om girls. They, are.
Is who are learning to be bet-
r lens, better. world
bora, and resourceful and ynat-
Hie idividua lp.
These irls. e n r o 11.e d 1R

h out beyond the
ty and country to
ts are In bli-
girl for active
in a Girl Scout
ig beautiful she

adds to her -own beauty. wen. a
Girl Scout finds a' need and Ie*f
a willing hand she has become
a reliable citizen, Lr
For a girl In a new commun-4,
ad we here are considered qu
transient, the Girl Scout regi2ra
t'onFcard is a "ticket to ua
ship." It is an openx sesame".
an immediate meeting witloI
children, adults, ac ivItI
play.. "* ,
-A girl does not as a --mw
bave to bear sorumtnyaid,
ration before a me.t
Girl Seat meanstl!
,ehte and ewg' y
ro.ves a ne ir
S age of een. At.
ate she gets her lit,
a group living, her ,n$ l
eae of democray 40 t
learns to Vote, slI*e, .I

.At the'age often.. sa roqre
e to the int eite- qpgrai
ad Is.intoduiu teot td
O and play, to b'e a
ad~m 'tgo carrY 1 'ton
'At the ageoft tlily
mes a Senior

Adults cane
man and woe
7i% active
OS in the baIrl

Iae in the Ca
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I jhm m

i. iz $ -

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PACING00BO for the R ed-Cross Gray ultru at
the ObrI "Ra oe 1. Ia Canwl Zone Senior i 'Ia
-Kirchner. who, 9 c:%evW Ab teO ebap amso
Eueen Is' one- of the aproxate0Jy IM.8l t rGrl Sot rawg- ag. froM, seven R to f'., lmI. L rt.lPat, AIn ,mtictif
activities under the guidane of th.canLMWoafe OlrlBout Cunn-
dl, which la-a. agency. being directly hru lu4daof
the Canal Zone-Communit. Ch2st. (UL %Oy & to)., m
work by the fambii. Promise 402d One father ut it -aptlr "The
Laws -and program of I Sceout girl my boy,1 m ess, a-i ol -ta
g. rie m.y grndBallrea. aa..e,
More and more fathers each Interested,kinthe ind at wo
at are becomlag, nfmen she is am U Ao be,! ..
thelGirl Scout movement because In ehgrlsbh .x and adRlt.
.they realize they .ast take. as the,, _utsare. _work g..
mkuch interest In fAkeir daughters'gether qwraa better tenor_
ActWtles as they do in their sons' row Ay deu & Beg t A ,,t;er gldW
. today,

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eHie ldca- -' re
the, adty and a.
ut for MA
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introduetMr e upaw mi sp-
h gear next stt wearing
its are going in the i e f a-ea the oife, accumulate d a nJts *A4
r to make it seratcheb uTbght .i au anW
l, gems. Ma- ighne~t ob a es ie t
Swayed by l
Desire to to
r betorbs w be weatn.
min. their bde- W -
rale or make. Those ma oare
taoterl-tny"' o 'to
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t c cost cost of rea. r &l e
Sex- to co d .
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jftWte AIrmtar Wna e rh IVU ) e thlan I eacners education thel
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LhWallrag statement repr Tis statement heir av or .lla
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f Tia mal Aseation." One hundredI Guatnaalan ia hool Operations Administr ati o n al of a.

Si '' i a ia h e.--certain thatachers pread oit ato ive eu sponsoring the ouraes. An FOA who arrived
., .S j e Oveh ae.a-d. ""t.' te,-"rthe two 0-ttngene -... western e college toayt to st spokesman, Wilam. Rex, Baid Calia Olveroo, ift
t the lr democracy on te scene for southwete college were elect except that ie

Mb' _p 'orde fwmv~r '0i egtau n et te epage. statement i e ease they have the seated I h .
tw- T opatof f awiteh, of represent three major areas of Only a reew of the atemaln URed States "to
.ee_. ., m. i et Oe e-ucatio n arrived in Dalao ye teaeen .speak a ,nglih. n that w oa abte ee
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r'tthe K .ieSo United 8aa t egs feals T N.' J. UP..--A gups todll ege dispatched to Armas pulled the names of the i
y s-h ethe ho rt er amear ht deis an h e rioua institutions. The c out 100 tea her s out wf a barrel dur. cetato

ii sjfl.ajq supew ra It s They 581 m usnewere delgn.l00 ewhon er oft f linguealpro sort hs
' ,a (asre, D .we e .oliay i mi ed to riek d their mind of any ing a lottery which see'ted them.
fore AB@. c. ,r.l- i 10-ialow mi with t .. enl cause by were afra tideay that mt ave been plant. They are supposed to reprstlent i a f o. U omdmuo t a me, d sort of ched'acherm.s- p d te n e o te. .
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S BSL-N^ h.. w.t the Chi -se to- sre ---ds-^ a 'd T teachen epreen element ye, trdat buat none,. *w'3.2S
th6 -" -e e to s '", .n eed t ary, secondary and vocational say whether he was aoutela
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NEW YORK, Oct. 25 (UP)-Collegiate football
a wn to 10 major unbeaten and untied teams. Ills
r JE. ect records belong to Oklahoma qnd Arkan-
sZ 'I the Southwiest, UCLA In the lar West, Ohio
Shte afid Cincinnati In the Midwest, Bqston College (ur
a~tnd Bucknell in the East, and Miami of Florida, ring
i''. t Virginia and Virginia Tech in the South. ap
major teams fell from liamson calls the 1"8-pound Cas- '
l udeaten and untied this sady "a fine back... a fine com-
S kend. Wichita lost Friday petitor who always does the byA1,
anturday losers include thing against you that hurt the tlor
SnllMl, Minnesota, Boton most." .
Slmverslty, Mississippi and Colo- The victory gives Ohio tate
LiYale and Cogate played to the b 10 fid. and an Inside ,ae
Ifl t!ie. t' track t "he. Rose Bowl. The'o
akmbly the key game was Buckeyes still have three Con- has a
ohio State's 31-14 win over Ws- tference games .. agalkUt North. h.rid
n!. It was rated a tossa-up western, Purdue and ian rie
9q, though Wiseenain was The finale against Mich .an I h
S ed second and Ohio State could dec the Roth e Bowl bid "rre i
ta the nation, because Miohlman Is the oml y
Ma*in. led. 74. late In the other team unbeaten in Big 10
: i tBnuarter when-iOhlo State, play C
broke loose with four touch- The nation's top-ranking team g
owns in nine minutes. Halfback Oklahoma -- played undbr
v ,fi r ."Hopalong" Cassady wraps In. S 21-9 vt v over
i,: It off running 88 K a n s 8tate. Oklahoma'
1rdU for a touchdown with an ground paie, was tod muc.
? fcterceited Casm. Next Saturday, tie Sooners, r m
= a dWos Woody Bayes of Ohio Into Colorado... unbeaten until Appa
ftpand Ivy Williamon of Wis- Saturdav's Wto-6 upset by No9. Boone,
agree that play broke braska. The, .br"a* lUn topt" .bosen
g t gaime. yes says ped the ColA4 ru ingi atta Bowl a
S ere couldn't hrve been a bet-I and Colorao did title through see on
ter aii to catch tlA,ball." Wil-I the air. ,,.. ,. oppone
--3 -- M ID. i alOde
, -.So Trounces Tigersl

S* AM ,' K.', .a toaC
125,0 At Mt. Hope Park iwet
".Al Wei
So to prop
By TREVOR SIMONS and one loss of yardage placed fight l
bI ,, -the ball on. Cris.tobal's 15 with Slit'
IMvcVWWI twice in the second Balboa In possensi, On fourth middle
and once in each of the down ott pitched., out to Tim and Pe
;ltd and fourth stanzas of play, Hots, playhg his first game with 10-rou0
dMa ggb. DJulldogs dim- Balboa. :ot9 unleashed a pass
iemarked suer'lority over to Herb Raybourne who was In
i, Hh C Seool Cristobal the Tiger end sone for another whe
San eay 2-0 victory. Balboa TD. Balbda failed in their age" w
Balboma s now-run effort to convert and led 13-0. urda
T consecutive victo- Both teams exchanged kicks as Hellos
i aree years of being un- little action followed for the 13antac

score a w. over the for share of glory in faction
4 was in e lnal meet- riday t' e contest. With the
of the 1951 seusBe T es possession. 2nd down
the muddiest fid' of thue i w dsa on their own 40 Si1
nadeth b con- yard line an's pass was in-
... .b 4a ted ,I1 on about the

OA b tlp a rter Six leo
on th v ite-9uih quarter rWsto- Northc
Syard line and lost no time b-J put up their only serious at one
pa. dirt when the second treat to hit the Balboa pay
S apmd. dt but that too was cut short N
vry first play quar- alert Balboa station. With ev
a oott completed a rtob al on. the Balboa 26 and Univ
|Raybo*rne in the e a uMcgh running in the avent
|enea gah- saekf.eld 4.timbled and the 2-.
o's fresh- Kee beeI s clear field
bMall o ap 11 and
i^H ^ ML M 1 tfor m .al a own dogs m
d6og s ard to the an effo
r in belt. tJoal score of lock e
Sh ~or. led td plek wound
kick up point, and wound without
yard line and up .. game 1
S d, Raybourne Th pt alive Balboa's with th
te up and racing hopeof g for the season practicec
wa- Thner 1 before W Havinf lost one Wolf's

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lnDEI lIA, Oct. 3
- The ipes transfer-
owaer el, the Phil&-
oa MbdUaeib the aew
mmen l.,amigne.
and of (w lotalo ..
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:10g the NW In-A-
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, wbleh will keep the
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f appr ,l" of..j e
Sfar been
Sprained on
proper time" had ..t yet

1yurts Bnells

liachian State College ot
North Carolina has been-
to play in the Burley
it Johnson City, Tennes-
Thanksgiving day. No
tt had been named al-
as~ t Tennessee State Is
hired a strong candidate.
ywelght champion Rocky
no will fly from Calfor-
Chicago today. The champ
duled to referee a bout In
kee tonight and manager
11 says he also will listen
posals to promote a title
2 the Wisconsin city.
Idy night, at Phoenlx,
weights Jimmy Martines
dro Gonzales fought to a
nd draw.

tley Stable's "High Volt-
on the Selima Stakes Sat-
at Laurel, Maryland.
cope" took the Trenton
ap at Garden State .while
" and "Good Call" scored
two divisions of the Cor-
Handlcap at Jamaica.

orts Shorties

el HllN.C. (NA)
ttermeh at guard give
Carolina Its most strength
ersity, Miss. (NEA) -
ippi place-kicidng experts
booted a field goal since
3 loss to L.S.U. in 1924.
ust face J.C. once more In
ort to hang on to a dead-
d '54 season. Cristobal
up their home stand
t a victory and have one
left on the Pacific Side
he college eleven, a game
ally conceded to Jim
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Two' Fav s Eimiona
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Tw'.ot the favetes were e0l-
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nament a-the r-M
day ig ht.
Frank Durham one of the
tournament's s.ed players and
last year's third place winner,
was elmnkted by Hiam John-
son, 21-16. 0-1. i-U. .
from the Atas Table Tenls
Club, also went down in defeat
at the halds of Jame Webslt.e
The score was 21-19 21-17.
The results of other matches
played Saturday are:
A. Joseph defeated A. Vargas:
D. Leacock defeated R. McDo-
wel: 20-22-22-20- l3
A. NaufmoIL. A.
- 8. Indo defeated F. Goma-
lez: 21-4--21-5.
H. Gilmore defeated R. JusMta:
L. Moreno defeated V..A,. -
tls: 21-6-21-18 -
M. Preclado ~dfetel W. r
shall: 21-12-21-,ML.

Ce aG Pri awl4in.Nlber io thae Ordinary Drawing No. 1859, Sunday, Oct. 24, 1954. :

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First Prize 3668 $ 44,000.00

Second Prize 6014 $ 3,2 0000o

Third Prize .6349 S 6,600.00

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A. Clarke d0feate4 G. Wada=o.
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G. Grannum defeated 3. Pi-
flate: by default.

m. AtcOnhap dfeated 7. Dix:
S Dftlatchdefeated L. JON
feor: 1-X1----MI-19. '
0. Brown defeated B. Gittle-
ma: by default.
R. Ruppert defeated J. Gor-
don: by default.
J. Robison defeated J. LAon-
ar4: by
el n defet Oampbell:
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'J.Bolom dlfeatd R. bol:
Ei. Stleer dete r Vtank:
by default.
&. Davis defeated W. dward:
by default.
.D. Blumenth .deafeSted iAn-
sorge: by default .
P. Cromwell defeated t:
by default "" ".'
J. Horbelt defeated L. W h:
by.default. ,
I. Cha tin defeated J, IP.-li
SR. Kbourt deoAtee k -UAv-
tence: by OGMu4 .

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Jaqulma broke on top but
was quickly Joined by Nuvolar
which got off Imt. The two fore-
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Boy and continued hr advance
until she took command. ,ad
Meanwhile. Came w h had
beenratd lose to the closely
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McNeese 7T, .
Mema s t. 27, ..7
Florence St. 30, M
/lon 3 12
ILoue e 37, I <
Jax. State 14, Aus Pay 14
Army 67, ColumbIa 12
Navy S. -PenS. -6
Pittsburgh 14, N'WUstern
Yale 13, Colgate .1
B. Cross 14, Bo. 13
Temple 19, Brown 14
Dartmouth 13. H, aLd 7
Bos. Col. 48, Bp'oeld i
Maine 35, Bates-0
Colby 20,
N.gS 7
Amin .0
Vermont 41, S 4U /
'Cornet 27t, e 0
o1e 4
'I ebsterm 'IT,. a r 0
Hamilton U J ford 6 /

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obart 32. Union () 1
Gettysburg, in h'berg. 0
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Drtxel 6.
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WIlkes. 41. ,Trenton 0
Grove a, hah 1
Ia St. a.) 20, ethon I
Newport 40, Ham. AT3 1
Rochester 13, InS p. I 7 I
Cal. (Pa. 34,Up Rock 11
BrockptL 12. Co i 1is
Hiram 31, Mthaa (Pa.) 27
Millers'le 0S, at. Agiles 14
Bloomaburx 4t 0
Scranton 8
Alfred 41, I ac 0
Concord 30, rty
Ohio State 3 in 14
Michigan Mnnesota 0
Cincinnati 23, avIer (0.) 6
Purdue 27. Mich. St. 13
Beldelberg 0, ld-Wal. 6
BuI ota 3,, tts 14
Oa1homa 11, Kanamb state 0
Iowa 27. Indiana 14
IKent State 41, Marshall 0
Oh Web. 3% Oberlin k
TOIleo 38. Bowlngt oiven
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