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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00559
 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: 1925-
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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: 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.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00559
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first weeks have shown local mnu under new tiln o mpho-
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because of a p edly comn -t had ben .disbandd ,t To.
tuition from b.at,: ,.. evA in's a retirement 4aflWir this
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be n ig s 0th season on the all or whom are musicians in the
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In chp wil li a ortttei r d be given without: a
fleayeb doublt ttbl ei s t e r. This performance >.-,
still mlong the words finest". dedated to the maestro, antl, .
The programs were generally new symphony has decided
familiar, but the .Pbilhar 6 n i c have nO permanent conductor dur.
made the biggest splash with. the ing his lifetime, although &uest
American premiere of Soawtaje- condMors.-wiL .of Wourse, be
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leading Dutch aymphont group, raising and general travail.
the New Amsteftm. Concert But the orchestra personnel de-
Gebouw Orehestti. cided unanimously last summer
to proceed no matter what diffi-
Under the directlpn of IQad c.ultjes th y might encounter. And
Van Beinum- Jhe is alternating we are indeed indebted to them
with' Wfael Kubpli in the cur- for their perserve'ance.
rent american tour- the Concert The conductorless performarle
Gebouw made its official debut the other night -the first, in-
here In Carnem i all al- of videauMly,- ever held by a nmjor
the most timuldting orchetral orcheta-,had a quality of in-
eventaL of recent seasons. spiration.
It-cAn PU jel tjed Slae" ting phe .eve 'and brilliance that
Iof a cOmprliiteio-tI e otieri on- cbaracterized its work under Tor
tilnental orch itaa .that.4aave ap- .,ni .wre constantly evident'
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five years to say that the Con- by a clamorous, almost tearful,
cert Gebouw exceeds them slight- ovation at the finish.
ly in excelignce. At its frst. per- Apparently this is the most
formance here, this' orchestra, hfi- democratic of orchestras. I n
defVap Belau., iRMdqce a gap- rehearsals, points of Interpreta-.
erally more massive sound tan tion are deelded by consensus of
we are accustomed to, but it still op these plers
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poser, showed the orchestra at a matters of interpretation are leasi-
high pitch of concentration, .in a ly resolved. Although the opening
work with whh it was complete- program comprised works alrea-
ly familiar; but the second of Ita- dy played under Toscanini, the
vers "Dapimis et Chlop". sui t oraebatra's unity put the tone and
merited tbhill est acclum, r tempo shadings o this new Sym.
the brilliance as much a for .se phony .of the .-A. rs..remark-
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Tim _ __ ardent. for America's ie their oil paints and finished
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Automobil es Mc uW-ILLIAS'.-*anta Clara ecOFESSh cot-
? SftB iaLtt let person buying FOR SALE -Due to trip, 1951 Chev- FOR4ALM --No APN41psrori'IOB- -bed Plsong l lI0
... tak ove oMode rn one- ro ct 2-dor adn. Cuba Ave. and plt,' $30, F Tmpee T-- .. ,T.
ea e 46th Street Eastnt 4st StreetNo. S Apt. 8. li Arlco T i
., , Apartment 22.. Phone LEAVING ISTHMUJ! -Selling 1950 de pthTh e S
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.ClKo --5282 beds. irtherspring matths o-es, dress- ter bicyclagood condiI. At -A r Pe'm Mgel C Chlofmne Bad
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S O LE:L or assoClr k th n15 2585 week- ends FORWANE :-Snl m anh btleo w e
ir ,thco r cat, D ..ble bed wl e ell cnidtion ttwoitn. Call -Bl 2

g O tLE r s O and.t L Ollonb ws, FOR SALE:-195 Morip191s convr -*ble- 3028. R rise 4 .N.\,

I s b spritak ; v 'obaby be d 1400 miles, e7eien condition. be'regived untIl 10:30 o.m., Novem FOR RENT -Chalet p 3 bdra s,
a aprttress. Hose 2396-9, Co- 0440L, Frangepani. P rnc6n. ber:1,'194 in the office of Sopor- baths, garage, all convenlwwes.

Srtment- 6th iStreeOffStered chrs located at Section I, abNoo denequi Apt. 8. lietby bus cnv
do b r bed' n, EYEt........... Storehouse, telephone 2-27 20 Inviti- nences, ample grounds. CCll B
iv LE:-- Fo ari r r bber Dunlop w rHio d e l, *tires, *o-d p condition,, T ..11 I .F-o- :-w '" Ek.- n miO,1

r a. m' m aotbtress, vsed a n dty w or M ai Compahoony desires high cal. ";i 2dr.*v

S bench, gas ov. ,lampsEs tdiane iber, ggressie you u titan a (25 -A FOR RENT: Choler, pornh, livi2. -1 5
Se oA. -- 78e, artm ent erl sale toh b e w ith ri t n te B l jo- atnP'a haEl nowahtreeh.l X

2 N.374 p to ar1pmand 71.h C the Rept mablic. Excellent h N. inn room, 3. bed2aoms, ba h t
-cu, ed 25e 8 tee fbr i r Ps o i t ,
to ..P-Rt ,,TTTI R mN

O SALE: iW ns tln~hot refrg rI O e HWn b acgound preferred.'Cket.n2-ISncheize, crygioad codel rnr Aqi inhdo .r o ardlo St.o I` "-rra*

m cov r 550. 58 ur n he tm n FaRE T:roFunhsdcpar5en. tar. ft. 4 f a g Ma llb Ri25eel-n ds ,writintI .
.n.rs, double bad wh or excellent ondi Hfloon. Call Pat-t ..hoe. r n2 . B e n t W
ma Pho e s a d V p il loas t aua S Lf icat i5 Ma s on s 30. to Go
* OR SL Pe:uB e.,xwa 20. A-1 condition W ANt00EDiv origt N e y "FOR RENT? 'o A n U

S OR ALE: e ; i iron tFOR SALE:r1951 Phtiii Ratlitan So d b ids, for opening aing a wa
etresh and box spri s; B Dbed 400 miler, excellent Wcondition beSin., v ed until 10:0 a.m., Noves fO N .c halmet m ets,

* C.Z. 2-3678.^ A a: small furnished apartmFOR RENT ,--.. coishgt -Tatr r , .a., ilcpa t w:.
ressr.C9.Ct, Frangiani. nc6n. ber 16 1954 in the office of Soa n er-ra ths,rgaraoge,a ll4 Sonvt*ienealo Sil i' '....

inet 25-cycTle Call Armt y o87 10th Street. Phone 13 6. ,Colon p al
eltr o5114 tubes, cps, ch and' FOR RENT:-FR ool 2-bRIT: Th edree om apart- to

Bf O SGS *J m-int. pn 49th Stret Fo. 14S Be" tidet -I
Vista, wi, 'th garage. naid's roam, L e .co'e ha
SSorehoe, telephone 2-2720, Invite- airs Phone 2-1248 or 3-0338.'
Dreams" mattresec.,e u ,t .

bench stve mps t FORRENT:- 2Cho-bedroom apartments A Io-t z i .'t b
I3th Street Uo. 16. Sian Francisco: _.__ __ __ __ :..'L. rIng. wdkan 'o Ha
EYE ,.aut involves more than ihot ingroom,5 dining ropm, kitchen. th
-.Phonet3n-45.e@Repblig.hExcellent p- tognr .e ool,

r|2 9 evey t ay d 7 b y h; or a cement.ave found thhbe Fo- FO .tR d ,,NT : no ONa Ave .pEle ne r sas
R SwLE : WI s l e ar estinghousebrefr! .i-gin ..ackg ,round preferred. et, nch s ze erncrrA hno d i t

tor. 9-cu. ft. ase l25-cyclt C. ao nr.ep nG Sre wrng t2 4. who are an th reav
a in excellent a condition.Ha tto Bje b O ne o .4 Ave. B. R p bas cu
aPPhone 2-7ria"a9. .!'.a.Phoe 2- n66 Pnm.let ouo rlfic t s ons. "' .' e u t tl
o R $A E: -Sim mons stoi CO U e. l.,.'- ,TE le"A... ....ir edCOD, YOU o b i

FORi RENT:sh edoFrnihedantm Ct,, old w .&--o.alTei g-m anuate.ure.
Torres at 2.4944 or Hotel El Pancr-ddt l 1 n d is slt .hile. g t t.

youhtnink g 3-Panam. di-ed nraft
dri erC r. Cal Albrook2164, Ta me FORe t:-. o peeFurnl &ishdedroT i Ttted 8m h oe an T' Stocine. do sbdenk so b- sur

N L w l s hirt oi -jus up-sars a partmen t aw m "go-17 dI 4-u An Nwd nean 16
to3p Slt.Ws. a EFI me, 60-th e for any wu ontact-Alhrom br k aIrtment, (l a o
o "n roomhdr rbathroom, ga ra etelE P ane F l w In,,ieto -, e..n l to e u d e. a u l it tl eb u, sN
h w rl.ae, 25-cycle. Call Army 87-mOthrtreatt. Phone 1386.olorsn ea olAe,

FRRN,-- t iy Morn&apaet.t at room.D- n Dt elct DA' s ed"anh o ni t o
e te r 'at o a ment. on id4th Steet einraGo. a1n4 ana. tWhy t:
Antib. i oi t pVstardc acis, ,n wikthledg 2r 54ageoe hi aw
True, tbof hot water y ipe. Keys obtaPoseder-op.. d s
stairs. Phone 2-1248 or s-P3nR..C801, Pn e: an A 12) -lmTs
a- on somelebliswaosts will FOR'RENT:-__mlbedroomapart, iment. AsIde-8 7od( lli h- Y ma b ale r.to ary0off
all,,arespond.w odrethenL vingre t oo m ,di ninn gH otel El tcPa na .. balances the new ulewim aow
h .dtnPhonet.s-2457.amecottomnisar dori. hon 3 40 o 3 7r.m ago ie s ofl a d l bl \i

trpod e act rey ossE.1have foW N E D the-not-theORtRENT:o yf.; Moderndapartment, 2 ,'
Aat e nItan 5tretd tl to r.etbedroomsa maid's room, 2ebpths,eElectronicg Equip-h ir s tyl es Heo .o u d o r
'>"" 1eve n dafter re5pet "El Congrawo,'i G StreetNo. 2.ig
-'re'- y tha tmr far',dst' inePaebit sntied o ath e khe'k doIel See:tDowCastro, No. 24, Ave.eB. R dioman hirdo A bias ctsormat a dor p ato
foundaon er fhblt l sr-wool, i e rS ireoY; Phone 2 16 6 Panama.j cr t I-ntc ahre fma so but hif you ft
vxowtbu ,usuinel tha solid - FOR RENTrH- Furnsed h apartment. l ..
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-sal youllihnk l PJanama.' Roog 1itSiths4 ait.
vr te odnoehbrohoo drCdt;nHFORRENT:o- Completely furnishedEl a N"C Aa tS T
'ascara"removUlshould be a'm nad f wrik le s a s po ssib u t rort ntoin wofsu s onse
""'akWe.thing to wert, fin year'-phouse:rLeving-dsning room, kitchen,s(n extatosA-a-gt-he ..-dL o o"411,0a
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JIan FranCO Giaed trier Trjp$
Jack E. Fong's classy Irish-bred fourmyear-old N v
chetaut mare Sinn Feiner today will try to make It Fr. wu jsk., W& t e. Oit Duke O 40DS
a, fre straight victortes when she carerix it% t b s '= imp. 4 4 .s.e eDlo- 4 40
of 122 pounds against a strong fildd Claw "W" and First aeG or1e 1o ..
"V imported thoroughbreds in thi featured $750 (sup) 1st- .. e o .
ueven-furlong dash at the Juan rm p eeLtrack n 0 nP 1-
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l ce being placed under the the break with W Countess R' u it alet R.fvl
dl f the veteran trainer In C closest puriot*." -1 A iieiiaU
rconslstent wi Matruh fall distance aMOl i tG"05 -1 } (UP) aN
t. FuhW1t o- i t!chow'
straight victories and five third with Or tod Dixi o a t ..3-1d touchdowns
in .her last Ix starts. She princess trailliwn - P Cdoaly 1 od today to
considered a "'O-rfe lThroe u1 er n2nd. t.ac :1 a the irst time 1
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go T.Lr Tlnson. ^o1lI Countes sPrinceO Gnd f Doubl. "0, hnkeep 000 Ita
vas im ved mare will rnd the pd and Man .
e rtiddek b Ouilleramo head the 1-Lagal Frolic B. Agulrte 11$ -toesn't seem likely 3-1 .
wheohas r den her to aeretek xrlan A.. Gonales, Sx-ftiddenl o for 16-1 AT
0-four triumphs. Her basin Codtess W away A. Yew 11; -WM fight It 2-1 I-
b efatpected to come to re by.i a:-t A.UA. Vasques. U -Could core 3 -1 ort tou
SMason, Lexden. B -lark Sunset J. Rodrigums 112 -Better race th 4-1 tte
Fb "is aRoyal. The a ounfVsh 6ve 6-Fair,1"ble J. BYra 115 -, a" fvoritn M*1
Mba ished a cred- a e 14-0k x*yox,
i ItM ieconid to Sinn Feiner last Pefd M o L f -7
SAthoughe retl from a eyeAr rOr. Laee "H" Natives -
fe.*leltbt lapff..Lexdnhasawon MiBch fll. 1 die ONE .
bhet last two outings In fine honors with two v ri each. la A 118 ate
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lastweek but showed signs The dii den: at .
gI~C~~nIng hi. best form. FIRSr'RACk .1 ~l FHdlSiUt
nt Vulcanizado, fsprnt-froot $10.80,3., 3.20. 4-aMaF.te P. inll15
Florera -and High Htven I tatUe e.$3.60, 2.20. s-Lteria A. Yeaa
S 14 unptedlotable Dona BIf 3-Tolet Si. lndAC Lu A. Goni*ea 1 t '
sloincluded In the nine- .81100--- 8
f ield. in te 1-LTamp&.20. 2.60. S-Li N A. 1 Rate outIl e
| IPi nosed out Vulc5isaao 2OCW Star is. X A. O M R. I
^ a t thriller lot week aid could- g (5 3 Ta d. F. uoa I F. C O* Id help entymate 6
score a ala with continued Im- I V : (ur. root*
ni. g vulcaniuado 1.1so Wepet 4.0S, 4th. Raee H-I Natives *.Pumwe $00.@ Pool MeleWe 23:6
Stood change. D RACE
XTa other apparently evnly 1-Oholy *2.40. 2.20, 2.60.
fted rces ae Included an 2-Cantaroa.20, 5.20. 1-White Fleet F. Rose 118 as good longer.
r7's card. -"irena $4.60. ---Yqsi o L. Pits ;' arly pee -1is
e c otP y pq IC i ounts Onwt (ChOlly-Camara) *Wm 14 3 a m3 14 0
tw v~oresitar 8 12.80. - ''~4-Filbn F. t tMfl' ol
K^.^w.. ? "t '< "?" ""o tanw < "a ^ 5 cointendir:
-'.oin qvr Young Prince In 1-1Marfl 121. 81.80 6-Bun Flea o. Chawnl.s 152 dntetd, i tout3
s $500seven fur)ong "=ri. 0 .iy8.60. 7 t orinBle .
Ii fl rlea r' Iport ov~ ~ Iniea:a-Little Blue WV.Brown It .~ fr third
vuinfi: P9-Coral B' Aguireill traded from.'
a pw for the a S arti-la .idad) 564.0 :? ..O P
**..Be.a th 5th Race. "I" Imp. 4' Fg.aFre $375.00 Po1 l oses:M Duke. ts w defeat
S Ina Seaomud sad older TapT%'12.40. 2.20. 1-Roacres F. BoRe 113 -Nothing lI months 15-1 ayo
S the fact that per. -etite 2-EAndalo J. M I -Contender In mud 4-1 dteru Deilse bte 7
tees had rpeat a3-ngo L. Gr 113 -Ran well last time 2-1 Armp
wna preference for his tyne SIXTH RACE 4-WUdJustice B. Aguirre 116 -Distance to likinti Even 1
mi ;a'e went off llghttly i-Ba TAM .40, .fO. 2.30. 5-Chely E. PIta 118 -Ras good speed too Q-19 .
A 1 ( orgnpro carrying teo 2-copadora $720,O. 6-Valley Breese A. YcaTa 110 -Plenty early foot 4-1 6 UP- -
I ViA win column of the 3-Black Oambo $L eo----- BRUNISMiKNJ.. Nov.
)*Ai. 6(P)- second period Rutgers
iu esholcei Matrub dish SEVXNT. RACS 6th. Baee "H" Imp. 7 7ig.Purse eMo ." po elon 3:5 touchdown and conversion prov.
, ~ s11%1 b .8S, Frst Race of the Double ed enough to tLafayette T-0

oto the front t UKA V oa 1 e-Disappoilnted last 5-1l here.

*.. r^^^!^e E i* U- tenlyIn hmret -1 HAMILTON. N.Y.. Nov. 8 (UP)H
JI-4P= today In

z-LqujTatpr*& ~R7-o~ l,0 Snh.M Wn aly nls 5- -ColatenPped back: froma
F 2.2 0RM9 .11wpgtVSl. Improviny aLofFda d seacotw to 1. f
ter CONBADO wa .S.0. er m. e6 before 6000 fan today to
-(Newainster 3sqnlador) gW.40 6th. .aee "F" Ip. T0 PmeW.M eel les 41 SR onlyndefeted eleven.
1 laieattae Lady Delphinium Second ase of. the Double among the niajor aMstern pow-.
Y1Fairlybl NIWTH ACE f
0 that6lb)ol A. Valdivia 119 isaplth lath ie
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DB er Barge
14-Mo Gran Chep

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7 t=r Crews that have left;
3or PinaBay and the third an-
niomal Nar n Tournament and of
ree all arlooking forward tp
Ig.tysuccessful trip. 1> 3
se the largest tournament, -
M lto scored by the pans-
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-Wstow A. Teaa.110.-Ratee good chance
10 3-Rentesro Vi Aivear U -DOesn't like rud
- 4-LO Morron L,. Girmdo 112 -4houid be close up
ad-. ao J. Brae 110 -Pavorlte Jke"
o J. ngt 105 -Blazing sIpeed
7-Co ht.ant F. Hialpo 115 -Prefers mudd oing
. -Epagrirco K. res 10 -Could score aga
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Ith. a"es "E" Imp. 63 $560 Peel bd 4:40

1-Rose Hip

V. QUtlllO -Distance handicap
U I M it$ -WIl fight it out
m 0. Chaw 110 -Ran Wellat tim
IT 1B, bura lx07x-Regainng :or. -owly
r B. AaWtA 110 -Should himp".. hee
V. AY r 110 -Distance to li"An
A. YTata 118 :-Xn better shape ow

,o "SB C" Emp. 7jrnse o$750.00P ool cloeses

einerI., S 1nceu 11.-seeks fifth win in'sa row
l aond k il -Always-close up
Royal sA 11- rtedly ready -now '
Boy A. A.Vasu -11 -N off recent races
Mason F.U 115..-ExcUellent effort laspt ,
A. OonAlexs 103-ChannWI Inudp T
leaven V. Alvear. m .nRewi, ft opiakig I
J. Catal W l -RaUlnR to' Impred
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loth. Base. ,. Imp. 7 FSp. Pmrse $M00.0 -. Pl dewa 5:4
1_-Elobeo J. Gongorn10S -Ran well on Wednesday 3-1
I-Vedette E. Ortega 106 -Could score at rie 15-1
3- galo A. GonsaMs 10Sxr--Lngahet y -1
4-4 ea A. Yca 1 another r o 5-1
) A. VAquesz 111 a esu*p u ry 1-2
) F. Rese 118 1hu t n n

"D" imp. 7 tgs.Purse San.p .- oet elses -
J. OngoraUO -NothWin I ln two 10-1
A. Vasqfte 113 -Back *bilm S-I
L. traldo 114 -.anr to e / 3-1
R. Querra ISta-.-eSutps (*K 10-1
0. Basnehe U -Was neyo 2-1
E. Ortega 110 -Rats gd cibapee 4-1

I (UP)-Weet Vigllsa had*e,
much of everything for rea-
ham' toa! "nd rushed i
R L4 for IUs fifth 98VI
story @plt a rash ef ceily
penalties and fumbles. -
COLLEGE PARK. id., Nov. 6
UP)--Maryland warmed Ipts
oam B as today with a
critncInug .sP12 over outgunne
North Carolina State Before 21,-
000 home coming fans.
COLUMBUS, 0, NOT. 6 (1*)--
Unbeaten Ohio Statoe wthblft.''
back Sobby Watking leadl*gthE
way, took tume oqt from 1519ig
Ten campaign today to slankiht-
er Pittaburth's Panthers, 2S-0,
before 80,8" tans.

Football Results
Temple 27. BroauaGt 0
Harvard 14.t Ptnweton 9
Corneul 14, SyMuseM 6
Notre Dame P nlvan 7
Dartmouth .OfmbaO
West Viaia adhama 1
Drown 40/ffirter'Told 7
Lehigh k0 hnberg 20
Armyt W ael 14
I tolgt 20, A4tee 14

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Ar.erBOB ....i0 l l9 l~ .. ..... 114 !1h t. krf rue
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SCrooks ......187 .4.7 orec-el 16 n tra-

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... T te .' a ,e r. and (a) doe'. Ln .Dawso.
Seraok eiil b f (by his pa s In mualag. Ralph had a- seg.*

|^ .T N a oaeNaK a solid "M'Al-Ar icOa*u ieacld y day Sove ,e 'p"l-
,ureau tslstesa tind. t, e is the kind .B football layer the cor of a t- i au
ott his record, be 6 nothinl o ho does everything he haa to do That' bea ise I started
than an average d mnbeat you. off the eason withqui the auth-
Suer. '"' A senior, this I Ralph's finpat entie "bit back"-- thy who
t? ob Guglis. .ear. Whet9r fit da tt-luatoam to a t o
'.-pt- at P .. h eru .l'ba k.
1 tsa aceonpli an. much g into a tackle before row- Schaefer to come into his own as
.ggt VWy *BWHGyour throat all. Wa g. - a very i he of la. a agp aontt.
i5- iBt, as Is at agatt u ldt a- rGuolelmi' mng-trioer Max Pa not stead of 'or obBBu
. -a ,asg we- t. .l a. t . ex l .buc r |a
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at "- 4 quarterback ou-aks or k '

Sda P& .t T A

he der e oa au his wie raari
wde4nfroha-rok the mdud Tha idbyPu 'rr ahue .
s' mnell rorn IheIal lr oa b uchis mia q .bte a tbea yo
t a e e ULi Ie a seor t"Le I rlh, b fllcs L the r sh cang te h sa
a iolnb beegad o IVz ut n-tre a in a w r
0Lo. inTjuhe le o I imx pecTed o h n4

1 Wunday ( Nhe bai) (or the HeCwa. oa eia emplonyArer. t p Jst
In mhu eeaosly garn.d riteh :#btes q to h aie Lgluehaa et do. Tt o to asi
dthananaversm..runfokeatyour.-l 1, t-hteheanwhenatheo
Ote g oalAro sentworamptlo'ueRal"ieta
T. ,It, ocfo the !ore,.thec pol.de ,ntClamb0

Sbe one of the few aschoolIt in the world or-thotegahere either the old o u

roads are completely grown up. or else nobody payL arig btt ac- wc a te say, sv a ic
APrt It Is a-unique faer hat. win or loai Lttle's job as head
ably of a the name co everynchofn the history of football

106 lot 94 and ted 10. winning ede that barely better 50
tons under which Little bitually works than his abilit- to-

Sfashion nn teams. the baseball manager, the ooballi
hoald tgIt the same. the2 saber arlh a

Make no mistake anout It. Little y one of the me's n-
thpUilcally yre, t f oachea me bilwh ant ta tician, Jo a the
meTexaticulous ad ema drill ater. 'f hehad. raw mu-,
cle oeowith whih ootball oundre abound w-oureeeld be a----- I.

The Cohas belea- title d isatn u hed har d been mo t of ll fellad-
tous, I~ttle had no why of we it at -the time. in t 1
nel hehad become swaroothis partcular h a the --
rthat wa ese to take form, but it Me e wa ever to ai T -

haopr ed Ie,;hejneeded Columbma badly As h. \
Colundble whc to be he meaiu by which he gained comsbny t*
nation, at leawtnlg partetor a boy's dream he couldn't mfaoe. oa
cachmns o irnto hale, became Ato 'oq u T'' \ .

too for m is.ae u ttlh e hope otheeoionaeff t of *me' Iu-
ce whith whh otall r
when Mdhe dro01en1 as egae.d,

I hto find that r lvmbea tmtuae noted tha ba t e i .

rncetobeatnd ad. patently, tarcha psltmon that football rmef in flefct condition pan Atern re mt dvned the Mclc
mere a games. metha lers that a Ir s th calgli t ne nd scrtam-- fr ..tho. ,

ittle's riest iurprife wa th4% there was no eph* onaU" ebperlgeaed to dthtmoder4-bmainttge b 'Srhparkrathe p "
wsuld do hs conwlentous bet atbe h broke back o a llseao" repaid auially t

ould be unar to r ou, to demand tmore o The iAA' thouh the it
=MimddesBob -igt umbledusop h boet e4n#.- -In.... T.e. -
the rish goa litaow a-Gui uelrliteosia t"tihe im,..d.a .,ar y
Swho slithered thru the m t to" h ea thi I,
Ptmu t ahaktesurd 'u utalpha Gevierel- . .
anavfellwonthebeifor.a..ne+,emdd Coguynha badly......

l.2un, Im whe tR-oun be ipleomeaLs bwcheaid n, I Ibkw.hateyysvanti, +- -, any place
fentherweighn champ Pedro Tedts in a ten-roulesiayl ,

SSunday (Nov. 14) litat thea0 foon Arma .lq .0a "

Ino.tbe studntandteirikadtributestuh fntleraffot e.
botbralcoachdwtho l arhboutaifo itentaobhewbp-"aldl as e Pan A eh t-ha.se
held the aame. Jobetorta1 unbroken yeahsd-lnt these also be aod, '
Most proclselys for thise wmathat athletic polalea of Columbia
men who lealously guard the status quo today. Columbia respsta g .-:'pp
be one of the few schools in the world where either the old
wuads are completely grown up, or eLm nobody pays and atten-
Uon to them, ty u m est hi

Little has the leaStUnDhibed wheord In point of Pa wtohues uan

Loua Uittwe wodV natm Winafootbalugamethap a in thir rf l er to 1)ppHripm .*hn s.a' &As Au '
_eounrae a, s: .M e oe8. be e s lrp e te l C-a jM -- al e '-"
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A; -Gosv-n osp-
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,0e H&a-tor o PARIS, Nov. 6 (U)?)- France tou would not go to theran the renh were n tAa lem don
c hi te.tlawed, refuse day t send a diplo- capital next week for e- ned le
Sl Br. ood," con- mat to next week to tiations as announced .
he ittmpted reopen nefgot o key 1f e 1 their would any I
on of Preriier Ga- sar shettM J rus- Fdench diplomat, the spot.oman
s Abdel Naer. aOr and re Premier Perr Pw'sa blunt refusal to Iend Iar
Mendes-Fran diploma 4 't n next well to
SIA French ls y reol stry r talksoi e.aneo-Ger-. ian .
So l akesman ma n ee'8nan aar a emtienlt, ed t H
6aar T I e en- f R..'o

| ar1 Reed's brilliant comedy Pae5Y eatle 1 ha .
Y ,i DParling Daugher" w sti, r idy. i iy sl .e
agieCio =Of nW od%1$;.e othe casu ovumt esaap' "

Vno"et uts to chose four womea1 Oafo o m intt
Abo hree men will take place Ofu:fuao D'Ot emtit t raututorakur- ofta". "de- ,
e anWdnesday ai the WAByNGTON. Nov. 6 (UP)- rther -r ora tas en setup. .
:30 pjn. nounced reduced defense de- drpiuted pact goes Into effect. for the series of ee me ol no- .
4 mandsTIn the first three months' However; It wa. obvio3tm, t it ,u) the W esturOp ERa .
S stin will be superbsed b of 1 r ts l and copper for Adenuer's nvitation had bee he not- .
Sred Berest and military production. rejected in a way that could on- agi
exs hast served $ inatrue* Blteon announced that allot- led to ths latest blow tor the the agreement f- Aden-uer NMw oor C*\ aor .er
Int the dramatic art depart- enta for steel will be 8 er cent chancellor was as tollows: counter the thkt he MRth e h rof Jhe o,~o), under- I "I .
SNlew Yorkt oilers months of 1954 and copper e- received a deutaon of ed- A government spoke aMan said Pt Pi Ne Jers ey. Se
vpssdena lotorents 2 per cent lower, ers o the moder to rightist Ademnuer did not expect to snake was charid with being a pree oal th" tel.

he"011 laid aluminum a- ree emocratas. tFDP), second basc changes in the Sagr jok- member ea ro u t Chame rEsnm e re

V Moudpheti tht frhe th
zV oduNUWn of~elf a, tha-V M.W 6V donh
s t cah efour lotment wille 10 per cent largest party in hs oaton. met. Instead, he ald, Adenauer and advocating the over s o

Se lo appear pnterest- higher ut increase does The Free Democrats told him hoped for clarifauthorities of regime is no laughing matter in "No, no, keep the cane-ad say "Corade doctor, afraid mn

a w acs e thf Parana stteQcuty of 50.000 Sovitdominated Easa Germanyu bury some more!" a ^ I am too fat for thfptllee,"
n e dpng the s e reed mta they could not wre tn a houe-to-houe Humorous ridicule of the co- "President Pck man
al a again st an n-on p prram but ree such th efeve in Another fa anecdote con- the dctr "but

.a mefi aber of Ator's' as inventory s up pwe e e ade leb he negotiated supplemens r t
and the Amern changes in a ri.h specfca- ryed and rotoawholaugols with the hench .h uto siu too but nonetheese urde-

A ni t ndalrod wer atishumorThe Provide ea r h y resident. FitAtr for e lo mnttertal0a erman
otet ore did lerfiaadocds ad aluminum 17,4 ,- an FDP spokesman, told the d- ng r n U -
rh, l Au d oIN to Nov. a (USoS)--oak-r "Thank you. Here Is y o u r whlh are being euamad to_
Meber and pr ive me.- PONTA Brazil, Nv. es the communist hane. service. The first one, man
Ph| are v toel s i atnd sa (UP)-san it.ary authorities of regime is no luicgh matter in "No, no, keep the lan-d res Comrade doctor, s raid
I welpg ba rOfeDesnther.t- this earana B th city of 50,000 Soviet-dominated East Germany. buy some more!" I am too at for thengs
.. ..sevd*___ _a nwere waging a house-to-house Humorous ridiculing of the corn- "President Fleek 1 a fatimaNr

e h-ero onlmpl today against an i- muneatn ha. been sol eleutdev in Another favorite anecdote icon- the doctoe r

o erhedura at he mAeedep in fo Ple d r o th e nA.
thore thrani .0 scorpions cte "o n h a... '.tU'r1e Soviet ee next.

Sen structure were burned and ort any customers who..lauh t tow thei ussia to but nnthlh.rd
Sotruigkti and railab roadcr.r t
.to. plague did not spread to ea open for ridicule and t I. u $v '",.
Sorrmundred o u tedene
1 eieed by policeichilda who e. Bera.'r
Inrhis in Al i and scorpi ons whIn leadh nsi nu '." gasest nd
oo enicheffor to cl t Docrattold scourge at Rio ilorLonte, anp- rage the $ovibtiyoutwoled re
aInon Aas uemoun eral years ago dilyn the death eb htwouldinnotteraia
ed three daily.dt

3oDtneh ,aiBlnand and headquar- hack ,-.sesrba
nlen if Ntihona0st pa4Iti, andit th i ,!fsn'- e -e tthlsot .puan theed'achutlsta Hon Ot-

re t to polic m at PTX A1 .I kt m two Te.service. Th frst oe, Owl ma

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