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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: 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]
daily
normalized irregular
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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.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
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ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00878
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the New York Yankees and the Brooklyn Dodgers is car-
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A four-year-old l was
electrocuted by a ..
toaster with w hio lay-
ing, waa found dad
enn yesterday sreli
Ft. Ouc apartint Wr,
returned home from rk.
The child, Ronald L. Bdti e,
had tuck a fork nto the ate
while he was setting ana-m
sink. He had been l
six-year-old brother Mark the
quarters the maid, at arao#
3:15. Shl went down to wsh
clotheiMd rtly aftewm
the older brother went out to
pla, leaving Ronald alone up-
ata rs.
When his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Burbine, retuned
home at 4:30 they found t he
child dead, ring on the kitchen
sink.
No funeral arrangements have
been made aa yet. Burbtne is on
duty with the 7431st AU>at St.
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Coner On Wapes


Search planes

In Last Try

Six tJS. Navy aircraft left Co-
o. So Naval Station today to
ehtl*w the serh to ra Navy
P urrlcan i e wh
hi m asing met pen-
etra of ,urrcae ,Janet, last
Monday.
r- The Navy has indicated that
If today" air search efforts
prove unuccesful, fu ture
Sseach efforts wiil be ag ed on
by surface vessels.




By Fire nCu

A blae which compt7 de.
strayed a two-story rr s-
type buildlnt in Curundu early
this morning brought fireisht-
era from Balboa, Albrook and
Fort Clayton to the scene.
The alarm was given shortly
past midnight, and the fire was
under control at 1 a.m. It was
completely extinguished, t h.e
Army said today, two hours lt *
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taken six days ago, with a heart aoote wik t l
working Presiont again for a few i*neno
scrawl "b.E.",4t two documents he hkoat
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enough .hopea do this,, though h d
raise hi blood spresisuie ond sign .the
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news than evnei,
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come bad oa4* and .that no. mattoeu
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chief adTiaer to the Sultan -of
Morocco fled police in a gleam*
Itg white Cadlla c today but the,
Sultan was reported demand-fi
our codits from the French,
before 1' d-serts his-throne.
Infornmd so u 9alid Sultan
Sidi Moblamme. !.mI Moulay
Arafa klesa qreed ~to-'ve quiet-
ly, but ly .If a member of hil
taes his place on she
Uof cherilen throne.
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Ieag, the ultan's ap.&. vlMt
aeros Zotops and -to a geta"
waV car detaseted'from the dig-
nity of the affair.
The sources akid the Bultan
wrote a letter last night t4k
French_ preI Ren a
S hpve was imady to.
wn and let a three man 1p -
l Buk bver as France
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who has inhst that the S aan
has a "dcvine- nl -tl
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jaek ifbr,dillM that:
I. T sultan would be sue-
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be throne co~eUni as
by Prench Premier Edgar
2. His friends azd thgir prop'-
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d on: wags soand salaries
m a oft, delegation to-
lir satifaction
the the meeting
it w governor re-
d that copy of the re-
o the lo studies be fur-
se4 thlim been he leaves ear-
V4eM tmon to attend the
meeting of the board of di-
er points covered at the
erence touched on the cost
living picture for local-rate
ertoday aid their need
ge repe at this time;
take-home pay anti-
ted in the near future, and
Position of the Company-
ment: and the Civil Serv-
etlement Act and the pos-
lty e no coverage for Inter-
nt employes.
resident of the union, Ed-
.Qaekn, said td-ay that the
at asked the d ation to
e workers kn he is
ng, seriously" of their
wesnting the administra-
in addition to the govern-
rL. M. Brockman, acting
r of personnel. Besides
F. rank -Thompson and
SWalker were also pres-
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the seane of the fire which was
about one-auarter of a mile
from their station. The other
firefighters reported to Albrook
to'prowide protection while the
ble .was being extinguished.
Last year. it was recalled, a
f I r e completely destroyed a
building being used by the up-
hoUstery shop, whict was adja-
cent to the fire station.


Lot i Amed Forces

Equze Sick Leave

For bMA-Cieuns
Officials of three branches of
the tS. Armed Forces on the
Canal have accepted a recom-
mendation for eqal application
of saok leave reguAtlons to U.S.
citizens and non.*ltizens alike.
It was announced today by Lo-
cal "07, OCEOCCIO, Armed
Forces Employes Union.
The announcement said the
recommendation "ha been plac-
ed Into effect."
Nqn-U.S. litizen employes of
the Wavy were entitled to be off
on six leave for only eight hours
without a medical certificate,
Air Force employes for 15 hours
and Army employes for 16 hours.
U.S. citizens, on the other
hand, are entitled to \be absent
on six leave without a medical
certificate for a total of 24 hours,
or three working doa.,


M Seed.b and
Provkl l al .and motor-
ize d! GR- all regi-
eh.-lvehl&, tnS ,. planes and
helicopters passed eiw to-
day as Col. Robert Oeffey as-
sumed command of the 83rd from
Col. A. G. Elegar in change of
command ceremonies at Fort Kob-
be.


Among the senior military
guests witnessing the review were
rt. Gen. William K. Harrison, Jr.,
Commander .in Chief, Carlbbean
Command, and Maj. Gen. n
C. McGarr. Commanding GeWl.
USARCARIB,
Highpoint of the ceremony wasi
the actual change of command, at
which time the regimental colors
were presented by Elegar to lie-
Garr, who in turn presented the
colors to the new Rhteme1tal Com-
mander, Coffey. ':.-
Elegar relinquishes his position
as commanding officer after serv-
insg in this capacity since Septem-
ber 1953. His new assignment will
be that of Assistadt Chief of Staff,
G-3, at Fort Amador. Coffey has
occupied the position of Assistant
Chie of Staff, G-3, since hi. arriv-
al in the Canal Zone ina .Sitam-
ber 1153.
Acting as commander of tnris
for the review was Col. d. d.
dickson, &.rd Infantry regiment
executive officer. Marching 3u-
sic was provided by theUfeliner
Drum and Bugle corps.
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m u sbea h mefull Igd t suie eded Is awhiy mysefdemal That comes t soit -s a week, I iith D a de. deasd g
r. I Iu e w ee .ma b dn't which al mighty flee te s of ating.e tet
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do sseat. hi ca stome-
h4le to kpn t h leni S ayitled o* ae p Te p Pan. crowd .....runs some- i...-.ste- u w D. b- aed
Si Iha ade le n e a trat a myself, h house, h as oaMl o l l a
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.ON-APPRECIATION OF HUSBANDS could spend ,. o I hotel bills .. Prsiet feels about the oe odmr, which ha
cou ld. in then ame t Thote i tace of peace are certain to :an- half doMe
Stmianmte, se w ethar t room e- 'l gle with D ulMe and Nixonl This ta. He was -
So because e were I uap cu aa mgvay tha C days o Va svd
!I wlsh my husband were like "One who appreciates his wife, the sthe ,000 on. cawd Nom -i n. .ie little w ante. of January p w r
lde doea'. No matter what I do to keep him away from bad this is a lot of hotel rooms; teha T usuhy to d ui
pany easy women, I haven't beeu able to accomplish it figured they m t baye.tH es
S We've been married for elht years and for three gated a lot of u o wora ers, anxotus for tax e ,

'He's never home in the evenings and he never invites me out Reuther's jurwedicti.on and which, t be tl ia re.
oeIts me'sWhrom bad cuog worse. r ,.r with a N I fe
od my children. therefore, would certainly make .3... o b at lye ._
I1 used to sit for hours in the evenings Just thinking where a sgor yarn. hS.2 w iollee &l t le-e 'a ct
hbe would be and with whom. I got skinny and I said to myself I remembered that this cowd h way a ne *e
'o more." Since we're married by the church I don't believe ashook t o hstle and bustle of budget further. Despite the fact weibtt
in d sivorCet ad he's never asked me for one: so I began to realize busy Milwaukee not too long ago, that Pentages generals are up in He .io toh
thita man eenot everything in a woman's life. and put up an imposing stuodtun e as aalld Senate mocr his
.out every Ms way.I could eaten to vote the money an- ar and
o u isedtd goint out to the movies, visiting old friends, rcall an auto plant in the nelgh- way, the Treasury Secretary Ike has
oingto the beach, spending Sunday with my family., etc. Every- borhood o the Beverly Wi t llre owibl wa bout in his demand healt. rn
a married woman can do without hurting her reputationo. or the BeVerly Hilton or In 'Bel u en in,. P therireDdet MIIM
haua)jnd and I have become like two friends living in Aire or near that no shop Inal, the re will not be too tIer
theamne h *e. Why try to cha e him when I know it will be known as tomuan 's wni.re s e mud uM reaval in the Cabine orn the A y. I I s
ms lble9 If he wants to get old quick. I'll let him. He will proletarian leaders s a al the dig- around the White House od T t t
ilaghe won't die old. You see, he never comes home before 4 e' soh swae wnat. pila ae ee away re than'pn therbd ui tin his dm

I advbL*i evezty t woman gh i n my condition to love herself pickle workers, p .oup w lkos, t h ael d his Join Chiefs of show over 1r ou
o than th tnime you're marr ied to and not to stare at the is e pick maker fd faihwio rs bee A Fha b ance.' Hoe he a-e d
.I No motdieos wo rth the sacrifice. If they are having fun. of bed ,tnsat sat w irnih alet w r a n othe a ecse
offeshmould A e neglected wives m ake our life m iserable beca at il by e a niepls r e honks, vis ,
pillowthatthisUno iod pressure.
I have gdv my e i sband eno h rope with which to hr ang toysvie table t ray, n and i dse th e deo
h elf whan'the an you're ma rried to and not to stah fire atfor stave s clubs atnd rr w why he never fo
No time and a though e go t burned once with one of his mentionab les. A ipeadom ws e
eats he sills keeps It up, but by the time he opens his You see, of course, that's why th *Yates deal
d repents himself, I'll be... it's called the United Autoe Wok LAC e
ad.rs,AFL.. NIX Of NIXON.
--The. o whe laughs last, lAughs best All of which is hardly a la ug
,.,... lmP TI nuni This ll has a S I9l O ordinarily the t an who would
SS ,.1e -hl1 of sole 0-( NOl-W~- el .e-as the heir apparent to NEW (.
|H ^ "i nt mserles eof ea t vehe llocals DENVER (NIA) -Whave Te ei p lae i for thee er mal ledsf apetngta. Afo E wer durto hist.iweeks of T 1e Wet r
phose workers are baly in a kind of a football team the new bteam to r a ew, prep eSba rie rg wt tt I to and a ter th woee would be the young w arned Rui-a
potimo to argue back to their Air Alcadsmy-temporarily abo ed small e as this year aMnd english o A man'e Aaitde in vice presidentscheduled to fill hi nble for
leaders hip. One suchagroup in eCh- a to have? Ihaybe take more smaller eek a pal.ie St shoes r4 T case of death. li fqlines to free Sim
.cao tried it ame. The local Th happens to be touchy le durn the next two years. thea irm de i o.r Bat voliticalprognosticators who recognition of
chief, a ellnw th&r call the CIsco subject to sue Air Fo a became -e-ned, fle nhee p.s & WWS ls have already picked Nixon as the Germany as aw
Kid, ipl iy pulled a un., st t it they're trying Iae dV any cditl- i rsa- lraspe8t are seals', recitatoms lan % -M n Republian nominee for 1956 for- At the end of tw1
into the ground as a warain a mendim of too much emaplpys amnand after that, the 'hool will They've come p th a new et one thing. Nixon won't be able ferences the threat
told them to obey. If you knew athletics. Already inwa flti move into big-time college compe- idea to climax th 'exLended his- to carry his own state of California eign ministers la sa cp
the Cisco Kid's record the way theUe have been a bombstition. tory, liticalsme at the GOP convention in San ni
they did, you'd lave obeyed too. dropped in the Pentagon and by Since lasses betan the Academay economy oie a coursnles taglhtin Fn rancisco. For etnthe boy wonder complete trd" 0'
lThe .Cisco Kid i ithe knan me conessm uon thP subject t.- n lot ht vPe saeno at, Ineluadin a the first hre tal, t se- who shot to fame on the issue of for the- Oct. 1
of an ex-conviet, know to the In iact, oe congressmen ople eo good athletes. It was for years stue wai e oed the Pumpkin Papers and Commu- with Soviet
Cbhia uit press_ as An- that he Intends to investigate fund that some ladse couldn't lat ge oups which will take stD-ia government made' some acheslal M. t i a
elo is w'of two Fruaml that all last ap the Air pass the final phyrlcal require- ase mital and ilternti mb po enemlel during his quick n W t Oeruwl. .
p w u to hef arcing a.deytica l aI. FeLwntl nd Se.atos a en
ad bo .Frce14 WK l t thetop.be r w
B eon he was spurng, the Chicago enutatanding high too1ai the first place bad ar
police picked hun up "o general ayqrs. The big pitch was tiZ shqved into their ser- The iame i desa ,s being applied a de t 0 ote Be-
hoinme oles.f" o being a member of the eats and were trictlyukewarm tothe selences. In theirasenior yer lcan leader of the Seite, Bell Frenh foreign
My most recent record on the first Air Force Academy class. about military careers. the men will be put to groups to lowland, who wilt lielp him con- tone Pi
Csc. Kid has him as the AFL Needless to say, Academy ffl- Wisely, Academy officials decid- 4d 1 i a complete arrft. for trol it; ad th Chief Juftice of T
Auto Worker's local president and every lalher Air Force officer you ed that it would be better for both example. The men who showed the United States, Earl Warren, 4
International representative in the talk to thinks t sh d have been parties if these lads were quietly spe ptude for power plant who, while out of politics, has a Ge
Chicago area. don% if it wasiet. permitted to as back to carving a engineering will lve to design t way .of making his views known goe
ThL bo lives In a nicely ap- Aong the Air Academy's frstcareer in civilian fife. engine for theplane.Andsoan. backinhisihome state. m
pointed hoime and ekes outan e- class, ew whittled down to MS However, if th L whole business of General ne taff be.T These there have no reason tow e m.
latoo an $15,1a & year Eand s me, IV were outstanding overm p islag attics at the live .h :hi U'm love Nlxm.
4talimited expenq seemot. high school football players and new Ademy ever reaches the will n slidents a s loe et Knowland and Warren in partic- man emn -.
That brings ;us back to the- fl- another 0 won varsity letters in stage of a congressional investi- completeness about their adu- lar remember all too vividly how, 3. A tr ne !t
incIal statement pMentioned other sports. Although this first tionM the Air Force can produce cation, nt. exprlerced by. all dUrlc the iw convention in must be rch e
bove, Islued s t io elass Is small, first-year dlases at B .rign.e. D Zimmerman, deaneclle grdaete In.chilanlun, lO1 ,Knowiands approached I b
ofAl e eo A.'s Wilasire ci ldeny this, although just about of the faculty, ad Il staff to versitl;-ese Senator Taft with the proposal that man fr
.rl evard. I1.s interPatIonal apells and West Point do not convince a yone that education The ultimate oalis to gf e be Vice President on the Taft 4. Priorlt aeoke in
headquarters d had a Mea- -g have many more athletes. will come first. raduatus a tx..ilero01l ticket n return for switching Call- the October talks
well ver $1,00i,000n 5I. by Its Also, t's a cInch that if Navy The fact is, they're come up with fe th-lan uefa r St~ m rnie's -, bloc of delegates tor i ol u
own records. ExacUtly $1,071..3S3. Coach Eddie Erdelats and Army'sisome ideas on planning course# enjoy..- --. Molot c
was takes in by its dms depart- Earl laik got a look at the fastI and sttng academic standard -In .adlit otm gr nf e n tFew idg Senators have beet Western 1ig Thee
"Yet the union rai at a net loss ti' here they'd be pren with by plenty of fian tnivrsftlies use of such l practical teaching *ountain. If he had accepted, he dhe
$5,756.16 for the yesr whie envy. These lads would be the before long, meth*- as smal elasses would be Presldent of the Uuait the Oneva talks
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USED FURNITURE


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easy payments, no down payment,
no guarantee.


Double Beds (complete) ............
Chests of drawers .................
Night Tables .... ............
Dining room table with 4 chairs ......
China closets ........................
Side board ... .... .............
Living room sets ..................
Center table .... .. ...........
Metal desks ............... ......
Metal Cabinets ...................
Metal Beds with spring .............
Metal Beds without spring ...........


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Ave. National No. 41 Tel. 3-4911


In'a preview of what is conm-
ing this dry season, the Kes
dents of the Panama idlingd
School wl present a thrill-
ing horse show, exi"tiing
their oe ending ability in
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El Conquistador, the very finest in luxury or
tourist accommodations, straight through to
Now York and Washington. From those stra-
tegic centers your flight is timed to connect
witll service to every major city In North
America and with non-stop flights to Europe.


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telephone 20975, Hotel El Panam. telephone 3-1660. Ext. 130. or Panni 5-4726.
Coldn Tcket Office, telephone 779 or 797.


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-' iq nhe ala. eemD." CmmaIader in Chief
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Oa stataIe VF.W. a genel" O :
s ri to the "Andwa of the Veterana of.
II ,_ __ I I- A.teiwgn Wars aneo *l to tal .
Sa1to te w1te1r sutiom ay Bemnoe-.
,ed at the ary-ao matter what ends we
* t two e a CI vooin "we will thus ate nog i .
MWain. aMS: to the world that we are faith-
esea 't lookIN tar to ftod ful to ome of the bast e EasnsI
I1n rt e Ms the veteran's W0o- for or existence as a veteran w
Is to bdea aeeoted. The eni- organization."
Sdea Ie ,TywhrB -l. .
Ut te. .II FrI m e glasis Reds
.- w M=om I apSd-atiI onis AIII
Sr as meanr otheiicr amf
a n .-tude with regarlto
=ndents htr wdO AilaukPad
owS and orphan
UNI..D NATIONS. N.Y.. Sept
"I at asO n Ikple ta -30 (UP).-Frauce declared here
ti S taen by the ~f istse t 1 it Western reoncilla-
at the L While I t tionC m if it mean dis-
pblsatalny Ina ed ein- solution of the Atlantic Pact and
ae of mst _er s ress ing withdrawal of ,merican foeres
federal Iwnm eec from urope.
Legislative and judicial branch- Ftench Foreign Minister
--t did not turn a asad to tote Pinar told the UnUed a-
t e situation of those who taonea General Asembly R
tir coontrr s of "Is on the wrong track when it
er attacks the Atlantic Pact d ad
when it bauem Its propaganda on
S"Iuteba of Increauing bhoes the elimination of what It calu. .
Stal e to accommodate Iproperly, 'foreign bases'"
lMglaMeofwattL. Il, and de- "I know of no 'foreign baae'W
Sentg veterans tead of tin- military establishments, impos-
rowla. co enakCtion and pub- ed on any state. Within the
sian paymaits for veterans. It North Atlantlc Treaty Organima-
eased the current veteran wel- tlon." Pnay said.
' ere programs to be subjectedto "I know only of means f de- I
mearchilne vetlgatons by the fense that have been placed In
bovrer eimenln the Bradley common, freely and volun .ta
eommiion aa peniuana. and the In the service of a single a
, amtrolTr general. he ob- that of Mea"e. ',
O, purple isto ftd wM and "It has to be amid, frankly aad
defense is to mean the dir
solution of the Atlantic Pact and
departure of American force
oltty opposed to such a poll;
,Pinar. the third of the Big
pour foreign ministers to ad-
dresI the Oeneral AssembWs
10tI annual sessin.Ito*k IIOt
olera"d de"l"r that the
Bean goverment Is the only

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Mrs. Goes traveled to t he
States to be preseat at the cere-
mony;

Ambamador Of Ree4rasa
To Eitertain Press
The .Ambaeador of Honduras,
'Prof. An 1.:'ernandms. has Is-
Ssued 14lv iav=s to .0mtsber of the
press and to a grop of ftends to
call at his horne for noon a
cocktail on Sunday.

Mrs. Marta de eaol enteralned
on Tuesday at V- arty honoring
Mrs. Edna Delaney,
who U vitsf amily here.
Mr. ad Mro. Sticks
ag Tomorrow .
Mr. and Mrg. Mri, Robert J.
Straus artaml those booked to
sail tomorrow aboard .the Ancon
for a vacation in the State. Aft-
ex stops in New York and Phila-
delphi, they plan to motor across
the country for a visit with their
dauMer, Mr.I R T. EdWards,
in Nortd Hollywood, Calif.
Before her departure,
'\ Mrs. StRa was honored at sev-
eral de dldas, including a lunch-
eon towere4 by Mrs. G. 0. Par-
ker aOd Mrs. T. C. Haseman.


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Sbe. perfe
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and_ sII.. make her husband
and srit not mae her busbanB
comfortable I mentally abe is sl
ways trying to make him qulrm.
A wa can lea baCk in-idas.
vorite chair afte tolving just
eaten his favorite ea0 and still
making any of tho fodw re,
"I Wish your mnt werwouldn't
." .lver midd the and o the
sentee.," By the time, a wife has
otten: that far, her husband is
already. .qlWmike' uher'sly.
t. md M t can't
afcfordt- e s hat
afford'is. ..'. taat that
he unsofrtabl pace s weth his
wife's demands a comfort.
ble /. .
"Yoe've simply 4ot to do some-
thblI about. .' Whether it's
about Jobny or the lawn, tha;'s
a nagging way to begin a sen-
tesne. And uo man e aw f sing
nagg ao qn be comfort8ble-even
L tun assmrbber 4d .. t
"Th- Jsaes hba" just bought
,.. Whatever '-they've bought
sn' going to make the' husband
who ripas what a wonderful t
someitl husband s bg
Ireal- plead hly4jho
The b ieS 1W
rayvLn tsb@ over the
just bought is s. Jame.
"I was afraid doo ware ipaking
a mistake t . ." Is 1thwe any
comfort for iA l those smug,
inuvainpa wprda a
It's iorts t ef r that, UInev-
tablylead l to theo come-
plaot: Yo .vny 't theawuda word
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TOMATO HOLLANDAISE SAUCE
GOOD ON FRESH BROCCOLI
By GAYNOR MADDOX
Here are two Ideas to make your
Sunday dinner better:
From Mrs. Walter Cowles of
Hartford; Coia., we have the sug-
gestion a delicious and pleas-
ant one for serving soup-on-the-
rocks.. -
To make the soup-on-the-rocks
she simply chills several cans of
beef bouillon in the refrigerator
and pours the bouinon over ice
cubes in oldfashioned glasBea at
serving time. She says her guests
like this cool and refreshing drink
as much as she loves the .ease of
preparation.
Now for a wonderful new fresh
vegetable recipe:
Fresh Broccoli With Tomato
Hollandalse Sauce
(Yeld: servings)
One and three-quarters to 2
pounds fresh broccoli, 1 inch boil-
ing water In pan, 1 teaspoon salt,
tomato hollandaise sauce.
Cut a smay piece of the bottom
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'ih Ja stalks so they cook as
qul a a tf it uals. Place In a
saucepan with the water and salt.
Bol 3 minutes covered. Cover.
dBoil until stalks are Just cr.sp-
tender. Remove to serving disk
and serve with tomato hollandaise

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cooked brocoli.

Library Gets
Geology Books
NORMAN, Oklas. -(UP)- The
internationally known DeGolyer
toilection of science and technolo-
il books at the University of Ok-
a has been increased by
IM Volumes on the history of
geology
The book were given to the .-
,bry by E. D yer, Dallas, an
0t. I graduate a one of the
world's best Ilown geologists and
geophysicists.
TIe DGolyer eloeatio con-
tains material oon athe sciences.
University tarins Dr. Arthur
McAnally estime a W t present
value at more thia00MN.


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Folks Who Miss
,Church Sermon
i et A Playback
SItAWNfE, Okla. (UP)
When toll can' t come to the
Pre.byte.r.n Church here,. .A
WDrqn goe to them by wiri re-
corder.
Rev. Sam P. Riccobene~ tihe
astdr visits the homes of mem-
*brs .eat. from' their pew be-
cause of mIasse or Inrmnes. and
takeif langihil reiOrdi.g machine
on which he plays back the pas-
toral prayer, special music and
the sermon. -"
"WI all enjoy It together, and
I feel like t meets a real need,"
the pastor explained.

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For a parly or a family sAer'
su bng Rog yal Gelatin. Liua
does freshh fruit fever-gy,
himmerig color. Four big v-
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gdilg e~ on the roster
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oaii& -M Down
Fire Engine
Does The Work
FORT OWM6N, Okla. -(UP-
his towni's first motor-powered
ire truck may be a 40-year-old
and-me-dowi, but it still can put
lit Aires.


The vehicle Is an antique 1915
Amedean LaFranee, given to Fort
Towson by mesrby Hugo to re-
place hose rt'. pulled by hand
and pickup tu 'lk.
In a yes- service here, the
tire engine. -Wa* ed In three
house flres and .a umber of grass
fires. At presept, It hauls hose and
firemen only, but the addition of
a 300 or 400-gallon water tank is
being considered.


SAND WICIES'i
We Dmit MaE "Il"tm
We Creaf Them, Try ITw .
Western .. ...... .. .P>'85
jClub ...._ ..... 1.00
Hot Turkey ......... 1.75
iTocumen speolal...e 1.50





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St winMng the 1055 national
t DtMlrIp'y Areclations of America.
leaso m to tWs m oth calling upon stars
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r Ippeal for 00,000 volunteers. They'll
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STODAY at the "LUX" Theatre
SSENSAIlONAL NOVEL FLAMES TO LIFE ON
THE SCREEN...

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Don't misq the opportunity to buy
brands merchandise at lees than cot. prie1

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Dacron Blouses ...........
Embroidery Blouses ......
-Sabardine Skirts ..........
Pleated Skirts ..........
Various Ski ."'... ...
'Jubilee" Bras ............
'Lovable" Bras ..........
various Bras ...............
Airl's Slips ....... .......
layon Slips . . . . . . ..


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The Crlst al'Coln Rotary- C wagt In o was secretary of state under t.hey ose this structure 4 dege-
held theip. l r messing ovC Ythe Sitr Abraham Lincoln, WlU b uat ito primitive or reo
lunche 42 Staflgts Club 4 f 0 odaBThurd =pened soon as a aiteum.- aenbhling fungi.
&k --estets o -. --.Twelve of the miapson's 40*ooms
ervr guests eer w So Doug are bein restored and will be Few Royal Cdiadian U iltit
ent in ,ting Rotaris4f A f.e b 0oI;the su lpet di opened to the public. The hoe Poe are stil mo ed. On ta.
Kaufer gsville, Tee ri. F' on." W as started in 1816-17 by Jite job, automobiles a i plae
his bro Kaufer-.- "' Elijah Miller and was enlarged er a their, steeds. Butwhen
tobal, errs i# t ng the ers after from a
Donald 3't B a- married the judge's daA- .t at Regin-e, hask ewi ana a
colm Magruderof P ma. ter. Frances. learn the skills of modern piece
President Lesleb Davi we. The restoration was undertaken work, the tradition of the saddle
comes bae frorlt ve Rotarians flto aow family life fr*o the time i not forgtteu On amu .
Minor Pernige4s and .1y DeBoy- :W the original house-now tle north- aUt Day rencrttst$ tb
rie. In the aworse of their tra- east earner of the pauuion-was tai college Co pc e a
els these tw"I;had been presented built to the Victorian era of Sew- mount drills. and contests. .
with Rot fiag from Genoa and ard and his sonW ..- '
Portlua jJ~p, 'respectively. The The library, which became Sew- Stulg by foreigners' tendency to
two flats wre added to the club's hard's working' room, still contains thiAk of Bal as the o etifd =l
already lrge collection. 'the bust of Lincoln which Seward part of Indonesia, the Republic e- f. RICHARD ANDREWS
Another member of the Cristo- epud see'from the couch on whleh ourages modern ways on the is
bal-Colon Club, Harry EnD, who is he died Oct. 10, 1872. Also in the land while retaining most of its
still on leave, had evidently been I room Is the writing chair Seward piettresque aspects,. However, a
going the rounds of the Rotary used as three-time governor of recent law decrees shirts for Bali-
Clubs in Central Europe. It was New York, U.S. senator and s seces new woien.
announced that five m a ke up tary of state.
rdeved from Rotary C ubbe ln un a Civil War room the sheet New Zealand's fligbtless, $ a 1-
witzerlani, Austria sad Germa- e that was slashed by a would-be as- less' bewhiskered kiwi is the o
nAt O Geassin of Seward the nit Lincoln ly bird with nostrils at the tip of.
SGuest speaker for the day ws If you are ending a letter'or w fatIy wounded. The re also is i bill. Fr its size, about that of
Neil'V. Branstetter, Supervisor of a meeting to a husband and a. case of notes signed "A. Lin e a chicken, the kiwi lays the large
N Music for the Canal Zone. His wife and don't want their chll- coin" that shows him as a jking eat egg known. A four-pound bird
subjct was annopnced as "The Idren to feel left out, the answer friend, a politician worried over may produce a one-pound egg, a
Pro pms of a MusticTeacher." He Isn't to address the envelope: patronage problems and a war- bout eight times as heavy as a
avre his listeners lot of informs. "Mr. and Mrs. John Smith and time administrator. chicken's. Only the male sits on
ion about the history and back* Family." Instead put a message The, manaonls ,so-called diplo- the eggs during the 75-day incuba-
rOd of musit-p-4rtielarly v- for the children ise of theI mati gallery is un l wth 11 ti. .
the problems, If envelope addressed to 'Mr. and traits of world rulers and diplo- ___. -I
cany,! were not apparent Mrs. John Smith." mats with whom Seward dealt. he The ravens that inhabit th i e .
en when a ship st the Criqto- Emanuel Loute painting of the grounds of the Tower of London l
hal ocks let off a blast of its Or better yet write the ehil s in of the chase o are fed and watered daly no ma
whlle in the middle of his spech dren sepaartely if only a posts os wa greatest te r how strict the f ood rationing..
h ae as in no why disconcerted. card. Mneit, i lar ce of honor. the reign qf Charles the a
NO STEPS were to disappear, the British Em- "

der literally too ste after h with one wgln cread to u revenat
"EXCLUSIVE gr er FEATURES wife discovered their rorear-old hsopel, have been perd v
Sdaughte and two cou`ins,.06 tw birds are replaced from time to PVT. J. STERGROS GARO8
fl playing on top of a windcharger 45 forests. SEVERAL ISTHMIANS are i
I feet above the greft. Aftwr oaxs. have recently arrived at Ft.
MA ing the children down, leaderr Masqat, fortress capital of 0- and who have been asBghed-.
sawed the lower 10 fe6et oii the man, displays som i distintlve 'ba training. They includee

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he "Masqat cliffs and advertise religion, and is daring but not
itir ships by painting big white foolhardy..
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leanne d'Art. Society. Believing a person's beau.
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Sprinagfd oW has become a an spends Aours making heo tto-
printing giant. It sends out an av- let. She dtes o copmetie, pref-
rage 16 to-17 million magazines erably American 'brands. Jewels
month.' denote her hubaendIt rank in the
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rIRes ea r c h psychojogista-T say tnister's .ife, kba wo 4-o
heir ideal type of prospective Air display gems worthaotwL
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and l rand .-that ,ve4l ,w be,j n sai
rge apply this fall. -Th'Vsod
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Sta Gsspiet back, .They should be pounder, knows te game,but he aminum celea ts as th rt the hoe after him.
^- a te nbrfaB." is top busy with his wheatand at th groundrfooting. et's bee au se. Bu .can
I Mad niekape-flt stea 'briotfers and five tie teach the youngsters the ar i aquck dancing th ck out a de
family Bd Wilkison war say iters a the family," Bob Burris of winning football games. rew-eut halfback flips body pensive man and more often than
n t would have to be 'st relates. "Welive on a farm out- But all learned well some place. sideways if there is no hoe, iv ot his ake leaves plenty of rua
"Those felows sure keep the side of Musko e. Boys all work- You see that when Bob, No.. 40, mg tacklers that much. less of a nig room.
meat an the' table. ed hal on the farm, so we had o breaks into action. From his .thick target. For a hifback, Bob Burris hits
SOahDmaS lan aL.ehb was weak n .. Muskogee High is a peck dwx i to a pair of -wellshap- -a halfback, Bob Bh s
talking about t Irris family of bigfootballU hool and we all took ed legs, he looks like a fodball On wide staff, the 80 or like a fullback. Which he was as
auskaee, the latest me l t it naturalIy. player. can fly particularly to left, a sophomore. Injuries kept him
WhihBb. 20-,e d bb g "Buddy worked with Ah horse ._e-ha primary burit, parti- which is some ti o bo_ s on the benoh much of last season
a hala .whoup motandpl wall he could todeve l ly on tagh-ahead smacks from a igt-hander. The Sooners but he's the Sooner bread-and-but-
upofptue Soors'std pins lehs .. o d t e" k, that ptrc tafly astures also use s thrutr for a decoy. ter man tis season.
Ha Is th"e o 'u1~ brmthe There is no trick rea Bsobn, o tting yardage. Bob Standard Wilkainon plays all for Or as Bud Wilkinson says,
to t o Sooer ays for the family'sfootball a reakas he takes the Burris to ride through t e on a a "steak" a.
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-"teCLwasA uddBh ed Altering System For Passer Knox
Zi Wd Al-Aleria guard in WS48. .... + a.

fd, shelved or o w one NEW YORK -(NEA)- Widily- That sent the travel-sore young- ed. blocking of a fullback like Daven-
season because broken heralded and wa ring Roanie ster to UCLA and cost him a year SO WHY DOES Knox remain port.
Last season. erKurt o. remains ersial after of college football o precious to controversial after being seen for It leaves the tailback as the on-
made NEA's A -Americ a sq8ad. eastern bow. This the Santa a youngster who kes toplay the first time out ofsouthern Ca- l real threat, so every-
L I nic|a lad, you know, who went So,1n his second college game, liforniar That is because Red body in thejoat knows Knox is

Paul and erteBurris complex Rox yenking him out whenever sent in as a single wing tailback single wing running attack the bet; land at leastke, he most certainly
hls career at Oklahoma. hle felt that the coach wasn't et- against a seasoned and savage ter to take advantage of Knox' was not an extraordinary runner.
I "When we absolutely must have ioy bhis stepsont o the best, ad- Maryland varsity which was high- arm. Californisa attributed this to the
.that yadage, you'll probably fin ag for name of Knox. er than Nashua against Swps. wet turf, but it wasn't too bad, andd
PBob is ,e y who g0e, .' o i And the result in the first major other ball-carriers ran very well.
~l e y who ge or TheelderKnowfurther burden- The Uelans did not have to apo- test was UCLA being shut out for-

"Asfar a ompaing them you ed and handicapped Ronnie by logize for Knox, a handsome 20- the first time in five years and 40 KNOX WOULD FIT much bet-
"better leave me out. every one jerking .him ot of California be- year-old who throws a light pass games. ter in the T, where the prime re-
hs help. Tha e Burris boy are cause Pappy Waldorf had the au- like Otto Graham and punts sup- Sanders, the stand-up single quisites of the quarterback are
Oklahoqa's t sanwer to the. Poole dacity, no to say unmitigated driatively. I engineered a drive wing diehard, is using a modified passing and bal-handling.
boys of Mississippi. gall, to ude A 'highly promising to the M a r y I a n d one-foot line, backfield spread. He has his ll
"Would I like more of of them? sophomore behind and established where Doug Peters, the fullback or power back andnwingback out Another thought out of the ti-
SI've ot them. Twin brothers on senior, Paul Larson, in s p r I n g behind Bob Davenport, f umbled as flankers, splits the ends. tanice Maryland-UCLA tattle at C
the.freshman team. Lynn is a practice. and the alert Terrapins recover- This deprives the Brumins of the lege Park Is that even the super-
ilor eoaehas are gpin to be sueck-c


ed into making mistakes under the
more liberal substitution rule.
Now come the units of complete
football players.
This is what caused Davenport
to be on the bench when his un-
derstudy fumbled,on the one-foot
line.
The new UCLA pattern built
around Knox had Davenport, the
All-America power boy, carrying
o infreqently that he was of ne-
lgible help on the attack.
Asked what his over-all strategy
against IUCLA was, Jim Tatum
replied:


Records, Future Rivals of Nation's Grid Teams





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ALABAMA
Itat eice 20
0. 1 at Vanderbilt
0.- S 7U .
0 1 Tenn., B'ham

N. Tulane, Mob'e
..lN at. Ga.. Tech.,
N. 18 at Miami
N. 26 Aub'n., Bham
ARIZONA
20 Colo. A-M 7
Ost ol~~edor 14
SW. Tex. St.
1'. w'Vwi. We sn
022 Oregimon
,I TeiT. Tecb.
N. xontana
N. 19 N. Mexico
s:. 2 t Arts. St.
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26 Elon 1s
0. 1 at Davidson
0. 7 at Ricdhmon
0. 15 Furman
0, 2 Presbyterian
0. 28 Wof'd. Or'b'g
N. 5 Newberry
.N. 12 VMI
N. 19 at FSU
CLBMSON
33 Presbyterian 0
20 at Virginia 7
0. 1 0eorgla
0. 8 at Rice
0. 20 at S. Car.
0. 29 Wake Forest
N. 5 VPI, Boanoke
N. 12 Mar.jao
N. 19 Aub n, Mob'e
N. 26 at Furman


B, .. Rock U. oifCO iADOO
J IT 1 Aipa r
S81 0. 1 Kanss
O i. 1 i State 0S at Oregon
9. at -Michigan I 15 at Kansas St.
0. s ytacuse O. at Oklahoma
0. Cojlumbla Q. 29 Missourl
... .. aat ebraska
tN 48 gvy. Phila. N. 19 fows State
N.12 at Penn. t. at Colo A-M
AUBURN COLUMBIA
IS Ch-t'cowa (
S0. Flor 4 Brow 12
0. IKy r 0m. O. 1 at Princeton
SO It Ge.Tech. 0. 8 at Yale
an 0. 15 Haward
0. iat Tulane 0. 22 at Army
iN 'Miss. State 0. 29 at Cornell
N.1 Geoqria, Col" N. 5 Dartmouth
I t Clem'n. Mob' N. 12 Navy
., 36 ,.- him N. 19 Ru'gers
S! %yT OI UNIV. of CONN.
3 i n.Sim. 7 0 at Yale 14
VItlFlanva O2. 1 at Boston U.
'0 0 y land 0. 8 Mas'ch'ts
fl .AiUpan-m5s Q. is at Maine
0, 18 a' WaFhn Q. 22 at Delaware
S r Tc'. A-9 0. 29 New Ifamp.
S, .'I T. N. S at Nor'est'n
xas" N a. 1 Rhode Island
N. 29 Holy, Crons
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37tdee~is 0. Coleate
O. 8 Villanova 8. 8 a Harvard
0. 15 Detroit 0. 15 at Yale
0. 2 Marquette 0. 22 Princeton
0. $9 at Xavier 0. 29 Columbia
N. at Miami N. S at Brown
N. 12 Bonton U. N. 12 at Dartmth
L M at Holy Cross N. 24 at Penn.
BOSTON U. DARTMOUTH COL
at Penn St. 35 60 at Colgate 21
0. 1 Connecticut 0. 1 Holy Cro
8 at Syracuse O. 8 at Brown
15 Drake 0. 15 Lafayettt
21 at'. oly Cros 0. 22 Harvard
N. a,. CaW. St. 0. 9 at Yale
N. 12 otTon Col. N. S at Colhnnbia
N. 19 T vpie. N. 12 Cornell
N. 19 at Princeton
2 at is 1 6 VIDSON COL.
S1 atYaye 2I- at Catawba
SS DrimU th 0. 1 Citalel
Ss u0er 8 Presbyterian
26 S Ide bland 0. 15 Wash'n1Lee
0'29 att'rOceto 0, 22 at VMI
S1. 5 Comeu 0. 29 at Stetson
N. 12 at Harvard N. S at Richmond
-N. 24 Colgate W. "9 Wofford
N. 19 at Furman
ASiloitr 14 DATTON
1 attysb' 1 at Clncntl 14
0. S at eh 0. 1 Eant State
0. 15 Temple 0. 8 at Louisville
0. R at Lafayette 0. 15 Xavier. Ohio
.&- at Harvard 0. 2 at Tennessee
N.I 5 Colate 0. 29 Chattanooga
11 st Miami N. at fHoly Croa
N. Doware N. 12 MIami of 0..
N. 10 at Wss. Sou.
DULAWAR
tI* 3J 48 Baiabge NTC r
a. .)?3an 0. 1 Lehigh
36. Mon. 1 New Hamp.
0. 2 Cognectilutt
.I 60. 19 at Rutlgers
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28 N. Dak. St. 6
7 at Denver 33
S. 30 Iowa Tchrs.
0. 8 at Wash.,. Mo.
0. 15 at Boston U.
0. 22 at Bradley
0. 29 Iowa State
N.12 at Wichita
DUKE
33 at N.C. St. 7
0. 1 at Tennm'see
0. 8 W'm & M'y
0. 15 at Ohio St.
0. 22 Pittsburgh
0. 29 at Ga. Tech.
N. 5 at Navy
N. 12 at S. Car.
N. 19 Wake Forest
D. 3 N. Corallna
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7 N. Car St. S
S. 30 at Miami
0. 8 Va. Tech.
0. IS Georgia
0. 22 Ga. "Teeh.
N. 5 at Villanova
N. 11 at Turman
N 19 The Citadel
N. 26 at MiU. Sou:
D. 3 at Tampa.
FLORIDA
2 Miss. State 14
7 GeorgIa Tea. 14
0. 1 at Auburn
0. 8 GWash., Jax.
0. 15 LSU
0. 22 at Kentucky
N. S Ga.. Jax.
N. 12 Tennessee
N. 19 at Vanderbilt
N. 28 at Miami

FURMAN
9 *t Army 81
S. 18 Newberry
0. 1 at Wofford
0. 8 at S. Car.
0. 15 at The Citadel
0. 22 at Auburn
o. 20 N. Car. St.
." I1 ISU
N. 19 Da@ldson
N. 26. Clemson
GEO. WASH'N
25 VMT. Roanokek
0. 1 at Virginia
0. 8 Florida, Jax.
0. 15 at Penn.
0. 22 at Wm.&M'y
0. 29 at VPT
No. 4 W. Virginia
N. 12 at Richmond
N. 19 at Maryland
GEORGIA TBCH
14 Al3.-n 6
14 at PlorIda
0. 1 SMU
0. 8 at LSU
0. 15 Auburn
0. 22 Fl State
0. 29 Duker
N. K at Te-n'see
N. 12 Ala., Sham
N. 26 Georgia
GEORGIA
S Miss. 2I
14 Vanderbilt 13
0. 1 at Clemnan
0. A N. Carolina
0. is at 7S1
0. 2 Tblane
n. 29 Alal bma
N. S Flt.. Jax.
N. 12 Auh'n. Col's.
N. 2 at Ga. Tech.
HARDINS4-ntNS
I at Bavier 23
SIt Tw t 41
oo,-It. At M
15 N. T"r. St.
0. 22 at W.Tet.Rt.
0. 29 at Ari.. St.
W. 4 Tea. WDin
N. 12 Ctbtltt
N. 1is texTw .
N. 28 at Te. Teh.
HARVARD


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0. 2 Mfekrd
N. la IBrcim
N. s9 at Yale

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HOUSTON
54 Montana 12
0. 1 at Tex. A&M
0. 7 at Detroit
0. 15 Okla. A&M
0. 22 Texas Tech.
0. 29 Wichlita
N. 5 at Tulsan
N. 12 Miss.. Jax.
N. 19 Vlllanova
D. 3 Wyoming
IDAHO
7 at Wash'n 14
is Utah, eoleN 29
0. 1 at Arizona
0. 8 Col. of Pac.
0. 15 Wash'n St.
0. 29 at Oregon
N. $.at Ore, St.
N. 12 at 1Bm Young
N. 19 Montana
ILLINOIS
IS at Calif. 20
0. 1 lowe-State
0. 8 ast hbioSt.


U. 1 -t Niotre D.
0. 8 at Iowa
0. s5 Vilansva
0.22 at Neothw'n
0. 29 Ohio V.
N. S at Iowa St.
N. 12 at Michigan
N. 19 Purdue
IOWA STATE
0. 1 at Illinois
0. 8 at Kansas
0. 15 Missouri
0. 22 Kosas St.
0. 29 at Drake
N. 5 Nebraska
N. 12 at Oklahoma
N. 19 at Colorado
IOWA
28 Kansas St. 7
0. 1 at Wisconsin
0. Indiana
0. Is Purdue
0. 91 at UCLA
0. 2 at Michigan
N. I M nta
N. 12 at Ohio St.
N. 19 at Notre D'e
KANSAS STATE
29 Wyomtag 38
7 at lewa 28
0. 1 Nebraska
0. S at Marquette
0. IS Coltrado
0. 22 at Iowa St.
0. 29 Oklahoma
N. 5 at Kansas
N. 12 at Missouri
N. 19 at Okla. A-M
KANSAS
14 at TCU 47
13 Wash's ItL 0
0. 1 at Colorado
0. 8 Iowa State
0. 15 at Okla.
0. 22 SMU
0. 29 at Nebraska
N. S Kanas St.
N. 12 Okla. A&M
N. 19 MKipourl
KENTUCKY
7 at LSU 19
21 Mrsisais a 14
0. 1 at Vilboo"
0. 8 Aub'n. Bir'm
0. 15 Miss. State
0. 22 Florida
0. 29 Rice
N. 5 at Vanderb't
N. 15 MemplsL St.
iN. 19 Tenntmee
LIU

Tex.A- 28
0. 1 at Rice
0. 8 Georgia Tech.
0. s15 at Florida
0. 29 NiMSwKppi
N. S at Maryland
N. 12 Mim. State
N. 19 Ark.. L. Rock
N. 26 TIane
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0. 15 at Cincinnatl

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MASSACHUSETTS
S. 24 Amer. liht.
Cancelled
0. 1 at Harvard
0. 8 at Conec't
0. 15 Rhode Islant
0. 22 at Nor'east'n
0. 29 Vermont
N. 5 at Brandeis
N. 12 at N. Hamp.
MEMPHIS STATE
T Tex. Triaty 4
0. 1 at Miss St.
0. 8 at Murray St.
0. IS Tenn. Tech.
0. 21 Miss. South'n
0. 29 Ark. State
N. 5 MissisppI
N. 12 at Kentucky
N. 24 Chat'-p


MICHIGAN ST.
21 at Indiana I3
0. 1 at Michigan
0. 8 Staford -
0. 15 Notre Dame
0. 22 Illinois
0. 29 at Wisconsin
IN. 5 at Purdue
N. 12 Minnesota
N. 19 Marquette

MICHIGAN
42 Missouri 7
0. 1 Mich. State
0. 8 Army
0. 15 Northwestern
0. 22 at Minnesota
0. 29 Iowa
N. 5 at Illinois
N. 12 Indiana
N. 19 Ohio State
MINNESOTA
Washinaton M
0. 1 Purdue
0. 8 at Nor'wst'n
0. 1S at Illinois
0. 22 Mchigan
0. 29 USC
N. S at Iowa
N.12 at Mich St.
N. 19 Wisconsin
MISS. SOUT'WN
39 Elon I
I at La. Tech.
S. 30 at Chat'a
0. 8 N. Tex. St.
0. Is at S La.
0. 21 at Mn's St.
N. 5 at Abil. Chr.
N. It N. Dak. St.
N. 19 Da'towi. Ja.a


MISS. STATE
14 at Florida 2
13 at Tenn. 7
0. 1 Memohis St.
0. 8 Tulane
0. 1N at Kentucky
0. 22 at Alabama
0. 29 N. Tex. State
N. S at A,,hurn
V. 12 at LSU
N. 8 Misissippi
U. OF MISSISSIPPI
26 Georgia 13
14 at Kentucky 21
0. 1 N. Tex. State
0. 8 Van'b't Mem.
0. 15 at Tulane
0. 22 Arkapnai
0. 29 at LSU
N. S at Mem'R St.
N. 12 H'ston. Jx.
N. 28 at Miss.St.
MISSOURI
12 Maryiand 13
7at 9lehlpa4 42
0. iUtah
f. Tat SMU
0. IS at Iowa St.
0. 22 Nebraska



U. Or MONTANA

0 Wyo. tin 3s x
0. I DWrien Young
0. 8 Denver
o. s1 at Utah St.
0. 2 WNew Mexico
0. 29 Colorado A-M
N. S at Mot. St.


NAVT



0. 1 at P116.
0. 2 at Notre DIe
W. s Duke
N. 12 at Coumbina
K. r Amy. PhUla.


NEBRASKA PzN. STATE
8 Hawall 0. 1 at Army
29 at Ohio St. 28 0. 8 Va.. Richm'd
0. 1 at Kans. St. 0. IS Navy
0. 8 Texas A-M 0. 22 at W. Va.
0. 15 at Pitt. 0. 29 at Penn.
0. 22 at Missouri N. S Syracuse
0. 29 Kansas N. 12 at Rutgers
N. 5 at Iowa St. N. 19 Pittsburgh
N. 12 Colorado
N. 19 Oklahoma PENN
N. CAR, STATE VPI S
* n. I t Calif.
at PSU 7 n. A Prin-eton
7 Duke 33 n. r Wash'n.
0. 1 N. Carolina 'l. ". Navy
0. 15 Wake Forest n. 24 Penn State
0. 22 at Villanova N. s Notr* Dame
0. 20 at Furman w. 12 Army
N. 5 at Boston U. N. 24 Cornell
N. 12 VPI
N. 19 WI'm & Mary PITTSBURGH
N. 25W. Virginia
7 California I7
I CAROLINA 22 at Syra se 1
4. 0 I "*. 1 at lnklahonma
1sdahona .13 0. g aat Nwv
I. 1 at N.C. State P. 7 Nebraska
0. 8 at Georla, 1 lt rDuke
0. 1i Ma"U0t4 ''OI Mami.
0. 22 atA WT !t W~V t ,a
0. 29 Te"M aa W. VIrifa
N. 5 ,S.Ca k -N.-1 at Po ., I
N. 12 No Dame
N. 19 Vlriha PR- PRINCETON
D. 3 at Duke tI Ruternn 7
(). 1 Col nmbla
I N. TEXAS STATE 0. 5 t Pe m
0. '4s Colhmt I
7 at Tex. Ws's Iin. I 'it ptornoell
0. 1 at MlWpnt, n. 2 ire wn
n. n at' M1. Snt.; I-. s at Harvard
0. IS ar'n-'s. Qd'A N. 19 Valet
0. 22 Mihwee n N. 19 Dartmouth
0. 20 at UMi. St.
N. 5 Chattanooga PURDUS
W. 19 McMurr.
N. 1 W orIa S.t. 14 1 .f Pc. 7
D; 3 Trinity n. i vlrnnweA
5 n. a Wi'4onqln
NORTHWESTERN n. i ift low
14 MS. or Oi 25 n. o2N B -Dme
0. 1 at Tulane I. Mirh. SWitte
0. I Minnesota N1n-'westtrn
0. 1 a-t Michigan N. 19 Indiana
0:. Indiana
0. 20 at Ohio St. RiC e
N. S Wlsonsin
N. 12 at Purdute "o A'et-i a 0
N. 19 Illinois o. 1 LS
0. 8 Clmnuion
NOTE DAME o. is at SMU
I 0. 22 at Texas
17 SMU 0o. 29 at Kentucky
n. I Indilna N. 5 Arkansas
0. 7 at amn N 12 Tex** AM
1. 15 at WMes. Ste N. 19 at TCU
2. 22 Pt Purdu e N. 26 Baylor
N.'2 Nsavy
N. s at Penn. RUTGERS
N. 12 at N. Car.
N. I0 Iowa 7 at prineeten 41
N. 28 at USC O. 18Guhlenber
n. s 0sRsourwn
OHIO TATE 0. 22 Lehigh
10. 29 Delaware
M Nmka 29 N. 5 at Lfaytte
0. 1latSta'mnerd un. M st ate
0. 58 llino is N. 1 it ColuMbia
0. 22 AtWionsin SOUTHCAROLINA
0. 29 Nowstern 2s W ffr 7
N. 5 a Wanked.W.'S.L 4 1
vI. 12 Iowa 0. 1 Navy I
N. 19 at Micah'an 0. 8hurinman
0. 0 Clemson
OKLAHOMA AM 0. 29 at Ma~ian. .
N.: .Car. N, 'Tk
0. 1 Tp Tech. N.- -t Virginisa
0. Wichta _
0. is at ouston U SC
0. 21 at Detrot so W. I s S 12
0. 22 Tulsa 42 Or wa is
N. 5 Colo. AM S. 0 Texos .
V. 12 t tamar 0. 8 at Wamh'n
N. 19 Kawsa St. 0. 14 WIs consin
N.8,Okbma g 0.22 at Calif.



IV.~0. 29 at MNi. ta
OKLAHOMA N. 5 Stanford
X. 1* UCTA
13 o f C. S N. 2at Notre
0. 1 PittiburI b
0. 8 Texas. Dal's S1MV



0o. 15s Kansas I
0. 22 Colorado at Netre. as 17C
0. watKan st. 0at 0. 1 at a. Tech.
N. 5 at Mis ourl. 0. 7 Missouri
W. 2 IowaL State 0. 1IS RIce
N. at Nebraska 0. 22 at Kamsa
N. 26OkUa. AM 0. 29 Teas
N. 5 at Tax. &AM
OREGON STATE .12 ArkansasI
N1.19 at,,,vlor 2
is StaMford 0 C
0. Tat UCLA STANFORD
0. IS Col. of t rac 32 CoAA. Oft Pc1c 14
0. 22 Wa n St. orM M,1 16
0.*- t Witb'n 0.1 O*o State
N. s Idaldo 0. at Mieh. St
N. I.t Catf. 0. IS UCT.
N. t9 at Oren 0. 22at Wash'n
0. S San. 3-4 St.
V. or OREGON s V.5t. SC
W. 1I Oroeon.
14 at 18 X. i9Calr J
is at U.a 2 __I
0. 1 Wa.h'n PtTEd V ION
0. S Colorado at oW La. 7
0. 15 Calt- ru'd it Waofh 2n
0. 39 Ia a 0. "IS Tun I
N. $ at WmT.St. n.9- zol
N. 12 at Sbnfot" V. SPrbyteiun
N. i1 Orego nate no w>V W*wheerm
W. it9 OMt ICol.

14 d slnrB 2 RACI! C
T aS P 4 1p. Ma a C
0. is0101State W.
0..lit &t. Joe@ St. t. i at pole Crew N
0. asW *,*, Stile e. it Pof nL S.
I. 5 UCLA V12 Colete x
N. 19 at votx To*. W. 19 at W. Vs. x


TAMPA
12 at M's Hazy' V
0. 1 Troy State
O. s SE Lou'na
0. 15 at Stetson
0. 22 Liv'gm'n St.
N. 5 at E. Car.
N. 15 W. Carolina
N. 19 ApT'chlan S
D. 3 FSU
TEMPLE
7 at Holy Cross 4
0. 1 Scranton
0. 15 at Bucknell
0. 22 at Carfleo T.
0. 29 at LOeigh
N. 5 Muhlenberg
N. 12 Delaware
N. 19 at Boa. U.
TENNESSEE
T Mlie. Stat z
0. I1 tDuke.
0. a3chairnoga

N. 15 KmAsa eam


N. 28 YandauMlt


S at UCLA 1
2s LSU.. DaH as
O. 1 Houston
O. 8 at Nebraska
0. 22 Daylon




0. 29 at ArkansaC
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4T Kanma 1
2 at TUCLA. Teh.
0. 1 at Arkoanas
0. 8 at Nebraskam
0. 1S Texas A&M
0. 229 Baylor'




N. 12 t TexArkansas
N. 12 at Riee
N. 24 SMU
2 14at Tex. Teh. I




0. 1S at Arkansas
0. 8 Oklab. Dana
0. 15 TexArk.. L. Rock
0. 21 at MUai




0. S Baylor
N. 24 at Tex. A-M
TEXAS T"Cl.
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N. 5 Arizon



N. 12 at Tulx. A
N. 19 Cat L of Pac.
N. 2S Hardin-Sto

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21 at T alm
0. 1 o hfwe stem
0. S at MlI. St.
0. iS Misa.
0. 22 at Georgia
0. S Auburn
N. 5 Ala. Mobile
N. 12 Vanderbilt
N. 26 at LSU
TULSA
I at Arkansas 21
41,Bardia-Shm's 1I
0. 1 at Marquette
0. 15 at Wyoming
0. 22 CAniatil
3. 29 at Okla. A-M
N. 55 Houston
N. 12 Texas. Tech.
N. 19 Detrolt
N. 24 at Wiehlta
UCLA
1 Texs A*M a
* at ana
0. 1 t Wash. St.
o. 7 QrsXo St.
0. 15 at Stanford
0.210
0. 29 "a .
N. 5 at CoL of Pac.
1. 12 WasInton
N. 19 at USC
UTAH

a Make, Sass 4
0. 1 at Mikouri
0. 8 Bri'mYeoung
0. 14 at Dener
0. n Wyadlng
F. *st Calorado
N. I t Col mo



N. s COS& A&m
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7 Baylor 1.
0. 1 Kentucky
0. 8 at BoB. Col.
0. 15 at Indiana
0. 22 N.C. State a
0. 29 Richmond
N. 5 at PSU
t. N. 11 at Detroit
N. 19 at Houston
VMI
12 7 at Tulane 29
6 G. Wash.t,Re 25
0. 1 Richmond
0. 8 at W. Va.
0. 18 at Virginia
0. 22 Davidson
0. 29 at Wm.&My
N. 5 at Lehigh
N. 12 at The Cit'el
N. 24 VPI, Roanoke

4 at Woke1 rat 13
33 at P 0
0. 1 at'W .lMy
0. 8 at.UW,






N. 5at Pitt.
N. 12 NWaestFte
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WAKE FOnEST
0. 213 VPI Ronok



0. 2 at W.Vanderb
N. 8 at PittMaryland



19 at N.Car. State
N. 2 SN. Carolina
0. 2 at W.Vlem.on

N. 5 W'm & Mary
N. 12 at Virginia
N. 19 at Duke
WASIFN STATE'
S12-t US 50
8 at lKana 1I
0. 1 UCLA
0. 8 at Calif.
0. 15 at Idaho
0. 22 at Orepo- 3
0. 29 at Col. o .
N. S OrMegon
N. 12 s. Je 3,.
N. I9 at Wehsb
4 U. Or WASH'N
14 Idaho
I at s Min' ot 6
0. 1 Ore. Porti'd
0. 8UIC
0. 15 Baylor
0. 22
0. 29 St.
N. 5 at CaHl
N. 12 UCLA
N. 19 Washn St.
WEST VIRGINIA
S33 Rlcaond 12
0. 1 Wake Forget
0. 8 VMI, Blua(d
0. 15 Wmn A Mary
0. 22 Penn State
0. 29 at Mrquett*
N. 4 at 0. Wash.
N. 12 at Pit.
N. 19 Syracuse
N.25 at N.C. St.
WILLIAM & MARY
9 at Navy 7
0. 1 VPI
0. 8 at Duke
0. 15 at W.Va.
0. 22 G. Wash'n
0. 29 VMI
N. S at Wake 7t
N. 19 at N.C. St.
N. 24 at Richmond
WISCONSIN
28 Marquette 14
0. Ilow
0. 8 at Purdue
0. 14 at USC
0. 22 Ohblo State
0. 29 Meb. State
N., S at Ner'w'n
N. 12 nIS
N. 19 at MinmWta
WYOMING
8 sat Kaml S. 3
0. 1 Uah ftte
0. S Colo. LAM
0. 1 a Utah

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S"f vOA 81 SIiONS .on t ouldeof
S1 I f on
Sorry 11m latewiate the 19f van L rhd
edition of "Tiger ," but I've lm l 6 ertf
lust returned from a short the ti Clut
"Stateside" vacation and cannot strictions which cut t
my how much I rert v tdo t to4
missed, Wr the first timetk e k pS
playing of the anht..al.ba
Jamboree. Word is that It was a The Tigers are i woMu
huge success, the beat yet, so I have seen thus
congratulations to all who tribute to this very dedrable not appear to h19e
result. power or depth to b#
seriectiou btn dert t
Unftortunatey all I wilhave exeo-tl
to ay in thisfirst copy of "Tier M let young ftIhma tI
Rap" will be that which Is al- ape serap yt-
ready known, though I I. .. +
tried quickly to get into the )nn i od
thick things by daily attend- to .a ully fceompUh_ f
ance at Cristobal gh School and tempers no tw, drty
practice sessions ait Strode Field. li force oelleptMT withhu0i0
Reports reaching, me are that itv. Nowi tplayint 4f
Balboa Iigh is bigger than ever final seanu wt h there lo ,
an4 whether or not thty are san ha shown tre ~ d as
better than ever will be of 1lt01 :rovenmt wM Ifgt OWa
importance. what With ther veer. T. CreVs*aP 1,0 14 n O n
usual overfow of reserve talerit torta'n usn howAs of h (
screaming for a bit of action. Dilonashi thl lead of rmt.l-
One can only continue to won- Itv will est oon the ,,,*r
der when the powers that be In of this very promising te n ,.
the Athletic Department will see
the light and split the Bulldogs Keep your eyes. ttN. 9a 4
into two teams thereby creating youtg ,pn.1 4-etnmth frwljt
more Interest in what should be named Ri'l' Favoritt. Thi 1te
a much more exciting schedule has all of the w mrPe l t
and giving opportunities to takes to make a f'Ir t
many of the Pacific side lads and should ive C.A.8 fn*nr
who continuously warm the ears of Itne-service. There i!t
bench, never really getting the little wuelston of a dftnbt tha 4
chance to play the tame. Win- he will ext, the ahultfol
ning should always be an im- his nider bhqr.- an *.risM
portent thing in the minds of bl Ifh grddmr ad team ap
athletes and teams, but It tain, Benny Favorite.
should never be allowed to be- .
come an obsession where high With tha JAwhoree behbnM ngo
school sports are Involved. The CrIstobal Hlgh aehnol and4 r..-
giant and prohibitive favorite J.C. tpnrle It Baltba *tdu .
can gain little glory In victory, tonitht for the onwnen r g |g0
but faces shame In defeat. the 'S ae aon. SlOae I
Needless to say I was happy to have th* chance to tee f
hear that Coach Bowen had 3S teams in ae.tion IaStrt
boys suited uo for C.Z. Junior nlrht. I will reurv. TOrtBe i
College; should add a bit of comment until my flrbt 6 ir
spice to the current campaign thes twi tem,. ee thd
and relieve the heavy burden of Stuadinw +t glht. and good fdot
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nwe .l.ad Myear- odin xand "Bulleft" Bob
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Sthe Worl Serie while.he BroolflynDodgiers'only
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to a the oAtest He is taken out of the box after two at :N lse a '
texpe ,to inspect tr field, to sand a third mlnings. Stil, he sautey bo Ma s.
the eant , t. in the doesn't for the Brox Bomb- theradon, ..
inorning, If poable, the game -1. W1rfl, ero iwh have
wil even t is played in t was only a mid-season bex *tnd awo.
The Dodges,down two games hibition same, but I shut 'em ra-o- t
already a well ware no t out two years ago," he said. me NIf Gy ,lI not a-
ever has van a seven-game "The don' worry me ny more vallasbl i bsue the
World Seri after losing th than any other club does." hb 'aaetbl games are, bing
First wo .wames, nominated If POad wasn't worried, how. played tM ...
southpa ony Podre, who ever, Brookln manager Walt .Pagn lytan
lebrte rdtoAston aortnly was. light h ight nd. rddle
.elto putes them b ekr n the Be. Alston announced that be wlht oolo
S uebwould cb, his lineup today,._.ffo TIt De of
sending Amoros to left de
.Prolfe l' o ke r, who field and JIor OllaInm to ac- erardo
'are a E!S' is1 such and base. The. move will,^
Ag da eraB. othD brapy Don zimmer on e uIo
a 49 o ma el to. 5 8e ae h ongel wasn't sure how "insio
owl the. mos. his outfield would line up for Gimsofl
:anulvp of the site the hird 'game after Hank Basuer wv Ru)I
swlteh s ksp k tedum had to leave after two innin
.te Sb ale t e Quoeted eatrd a with a pulled mule o'
4g3e s y1 a rsfav-m. lhsrt loateg. Baner said the G
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sweeps in World 8sti n. would be able to rdn wellt rie *"
tit~o.the'r e plas cauld enough to play today.
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h s V e .1.o a,,nd lgtmu_ bass h init h el r .i' *et
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An aggressive Brooklyn Dodger team today
walloped the New York Yankees, 8-3, in the third
game of the 1955 World Series behind the seven-hit
pitching of Johnny Podres before 34,290 fans at Eb-
,bets Field. The game was played in threatening,
cloudy weather.
Podres, celebrating his 23rd birthday, struck out
seven Yankees, getting outfielder Bob Cerv four
straight times.
Dodger catcher Roy Campanella and Yankee
ccnterfielder Mickey' Mantle slugged homers. Cam-
panella also had a single and double to be the hitting
star of the game. Jackie Robinson, who played bril-
'liant defensive ball, and Yankee first baseman Bill
Skowron each had a double and single.
Tomorrow the Dodgers will attempt to even up
the Series with Carl Erskine pitching for them a-
gainst the Yankees' Don Larsen.
The play-by-play:
FIRST INNING SECOND INNING
Yankees: Bob Cerv. leading
off against Dodger starter John- Yankees: Mickey Mantle pow-
ov Padres. struck out. Oil Mc- ered a homer into the aenter-
Dcuwald filed out to center. Yo- field seats. Bill Skowron dou-
gi Berra was out on a fly to bled to left Elston Howard roll-
riht thlat Carl Furillo took with ed out to third. Billy Martin
a shoestring catch. No runs. no struck out. Phil Rizzuto slinled
hits, no errors, none left. i to left. Dodger left fielder San-
Sno errors, none left. y Amoros threw to the plate
Dodgers: Junior Gilliam. hit- but the ball squirted out of Cam-
Vine against Yankee starting panella's hand when he was
1l'cher Bob Turley. skied to cen- putting the tag on the runner.
ter Pee Wee Reese walked. Duke Skowron scoring. Turlev ground-
Snider fanned. Roy Campanella ed out to third. Two runs. three
blasted a drive into the left field hits. one error, one left.
stands. scoring Reese ahead of Dodgers: Gil Hodees flied out
him. Carl Furillo skied to center. to center. Jackie Robinson sin-
Two runs, one hit, no errors, gled to center Amoros was hit
rone left. on the hip. Podres dropped a
bunt single down the third gaep
line Gilliam walked to force In
Robinson. Tom Morgan replaced
Turley on the mound for the
Yankees. Reese walked to move
Amoros home. Snider forced Po-
dres at the plate with bouncer
to first. Campanella lined out to
second. .Two runs, two hits, no
errors, three left.


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THIRD INNING
Yankees: Cerv struck out. Mc-
Dougald grounded out to second.
Berra fouled out to first. No
runs. no hits, no errors, none
left.
Dodgers: Furillo doubled a-
gaInst the left field wall. Hodg-
rep ounced out to third Robin-
son popped out to second. Amor-
os was Intentionally walked. Po-
dres struck'out. No runs. one hit.
no errors, two left.
FOURTH INNING
Yankees: Mantle bounced out
to third. Skowron struck out.


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Howard struck out. No runs, no
hits, no errors. none left.
Dodgers: Gilliam blooped a
single to left. Reese skied to cen-
ter. Snider walked. Campanella
singled to left to drive in Gil-
liam. Snider moving to third.
Furillo fouled out to left field
near the Yankee bullpen. Sni-
der taggine up and scoring and
Camnanella moving to second.
Hodges grounded out to short.
Two runs, two -hits, no errors,
one left.
FIFTH INNING
Yankees: Martin bounced out
to third Rizzuto walked. Hank
Baujr. pinchhitting for Mor-
gan. flied out to left. Cerv fan-
ned. No runs. no hits, no errors,
one left.
Dodgers: Roginson grounded
out to third. Amoros walked.
Podres sacrificed, first baseman
to second baseman. Gilliam flied
to left. No runs, no hits, no er-
rors, one left.


SIXTH INNING
Yankees: McDougald singled
to left center. Berra singled to
center. Mantle hit into a dou-
bleplav. short to second to first.
Skowron grounded out to short.
No runs. two hits, no errors, one
left.
Dodgers: Reese batting against
Johnnv Kucks who replaced
Morgan, skied to center. Snider
singled to left. Camoanella flied
out to left. Furillo bounced out
to third. no runs, one hit. no er-
rors, one left.


SEVENTH INNING
Yankees: Howard lined out
near the left field wall. Martin
bounced out to third. Rizzuto
walked. Andv Carey., inchhit-
ting for Kucks. tripled off the
left field wall to score Rizzuto.
Cerv struck out for the foui'thi
straight time. One run, one hit,
no errors, one left.
Dodgers: Tom Sturdivant
came on tn pitch for the Yan-
kees. Hodges drove a long one to
left that Howard took In a great
nlay. Robinson doubled down
the left field line but went on to
third on the relay from the out-


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1473- Deathh Hurricane J.


Ends in Mexican Mount
EXICO CITY, Sept. 30 (UP)- storm ripped a path of destruc- Chetumal in British Honduras, it over t l u t
Mexico today counted a severe tlon 70-miles-wide across the pe- was almostt totally destroyed." Walter DavW. their
toll of death and destruction fior ninsula. Urgent requests for supplies burea fore I ers
the savage hurricane Janet and Another 206 were killed by came from the de' a'ted villages I said 1 er et t
the fate of many communities re- the storm in Caribbean islands. Janet was not the most power. bined with,. ii d s,
mained a mystery. Ja.et.beat itself to death against ful hurricane in history. Nor did makes herur
At least 473 persons were known the mountains of central Mexico- ricanes of a
to have been killed by the hurri- today where torrential rains fell The 1935 Flovids ane
cane in the Carribbean and Mex- during the' early hours. Solo Planes ced 20.
ico areas. Squalls and winds along thewas hit by afh 160
Among the Gulf ports blasted Mexico coast slackened during the c Soaph winoscds 20u*
and cut off by the storm was Nau- night and dangerously high tides Drop Sup ies Diavis saidJ .3 le
tLa. The tiny port town reported in in the coastal regions were ex- Was. a "vry vio anger-
a terse radio message yesterday pected to subside today." ous torm..
that the hurricane was "coming The force of the winds was inmea. TO Swan.Island --.
straight into us. ..' sured at Veracruz at 114 miles per e were ate.
Nocontact hasbeenestahlishe hour. a ion US Navy flying boats from Co- Jor of the f an- .
Switch Nautla since that last fina l But the Mexican Aviation Co lo have dropped emercya t's fury ,
pelmessage.i the New Orleans weather bureau upplies on tinny Swan Island' the Yu 'ta.
Communications had been rip- and the Mexican weather bureau Caribbean weather and radio post .l atidis,, a been. re.
ped down over much of the area agreed thsse were only fringe which stood straight in the pat stored.
Janet battered. I winds. Win- s In the eye of t he! of hurricane Janet.
At least 267 died when e. storm were estimated at 150 mies The only building remaining ]Rut a report m at and
per hour. standing on the -ua square mnite'fl persons n,
SJanet moved along the c 0 a stisland is the concrete Navy wetth- were kil0e er
-HOUr ir Aid hammering at coastal cities witi r e station. The 32 inhabitants, sons w6rm rep hhen
its fringe winds British and US citizens, are be Chetumal was 'b
SThe hurricane drove across the lived in need of food and water.! Santa Elena sNi l and
*K^ COurse Added To Yucatan Peninsula Wednesday. A Navy vessel is on the way from destroyed. Th ~er alt n edi-
Courses td, The ship Caribe reported Chet. Guantanamo Bay with these sup- ate reports I loss
Sumal a Mexican city of 7500 plies, and also to evacuate any of of life.
OuIr aO er POOgram and Xcalak, alsmall village 40 the inhabitants who may ha ve
S mi eer i r i miles Past of there, were wiped been hurt in the hurricane. The entire P a Ot 'orozal
from the map." The Coca Solo plane also drop- !and Chetumal4wl e sone-
SA new 12-hour first aid course; A Roman Catholic priest re-. he P.oco Solo Plane alsoidrop and Chetumal taoh re home
has been added to the Panama A- ported Corozal, a town of 2000 p. equipment ts r repairs n oe d e
rea Armed Forces V'olunteer Di just across the Rio Hondon from ilnostatish gov ernment owned
saster Control Program.
The new course, "Canal Zon eri
Disaster Control and Civil Defense Fir U iAMe r7 i iTerm W-,'
First Aid Course. nwill be offered n iI Aid jtions Z Of icials sTerm
on an elective basis to all milita- o Progr Juell t W
ry installations in the Canal Zone. AIlanit c Side Vaccine Program WILEMT1R, tCuracao, NWt
This course is in addition to the' o a y Sept. 3S ( T-'t 1oftllur-sque
aouA mericanRd Crose s 0 O'en Monday Very Good Turnoue pontoba tnr sft e
Standard First Aid Course which Tee n MondayU trance to anemied Harbor
has previously been used e x c u- landmark faINW, to. # usa
sively. It is expected that the new First Aid Stations at Marga- The Health Bureau today ex- of visitorde wl e-au B ofI lait'
course will have considerable ?P- rita and Rainbow City will b" pressed its appreciation to the weelsf KW 4WIt.
peal for women dependents de- open daily from Mohdav through people of the Canal'Zone for the
siring to participate in the Disas- Friday effective Oct. 3, it wtas confidence they have shown in Racing sea stirrt by Janet
ter Control Program but who have1 announced today by the Health the Salk anti-polio v4ccine. caused cave- atpq alDOin's
Mickey Mantle limited time to devote to volunteer Bureau. Close to 1,000 Canal Zone along the W fr o. io both
work because- of family response The Margarita First Aid Sta schoolchildren and pre-school sides of theh or
field. Amoros singled to score abilities. tion, which is located in t he youngsters received shot yester-
Robinson. Podres bunted but A- The course was e evolved by Lt. former Margarita Pollee station, day and today in the first mass The floating portions of the
moros was thrown out at second Dolan, Chief of Civil De- wl be open from 8 am.to noon. inoculation program since school long pontoon ,bridge were tow
pitcher to second. Gilliam walk- fense, Canal Zone Gorverment, to The well-baby clinic will be held has started this term. to safety before the. blow fell
ed. Reese singled to center. Po- facilitate the training of ad I t each Monday morning from 9 a. Officials said today It was a but the cer4 tlton
dres coming around to score. family members in first ad in m. to noon, 'very good turnout." which the oted 'for
nider lined out to left. vent of a major disaster: as well In Rainbow City, where the This morning over children opening t let ins
as to familiarize them with basic First Aid Station is located in from the Pacific Side had receiv- in or out, w y.pound-
EIGHTH INNING self-protection measures required Quarters No. 6507-A, clinichour.sed their first shots. and 200.in ing Vas.
Yankees: MDouald round-after an atomic or thermonuclear will be from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m. Margarita had queued up for the
ed out to third. Brra bounced The c course t also include The well-baby clinic will be held anti-polio vaccine Yesterday an The central s had to
ed out to third. Berra bounced instruction to enable homemakersTr
out to second. Mantle rolled out to copewith common homeemer- Thursdy afternoon from 1 p.m. estimated 170 local-rate children e removed to hten the
to third. No runs. no hits, no er- agencies until 5 p.m. were inoculated, axle, whieh.wrs-her: Sepairs
rors,. none left. ncies___________ Mrs. Evelyn 8. Slowick. Public'. Health Director Col. Charles E. will. take A*roxhilately- t%"o
Dodgers: Campanella oubledr Health nurse, who was recently Bruce said today be wanted to weeks and co'thousntidsvof d-il-
to left. Furillo fouled ofl to the lI| A i.i wAA on duty with the Coco Solo Hos- express the apnreclation of the lars. But it L xpeeo that the
catcher. Hodges fouled out to UJ VUO fiUal JS pital. has been assigned to per- bureau to all the people In the bridge will be back t i tiron
the shortstop. Robinson fouled manent duty with the Margarita Canal Zone for the."confidence for the arrival f Qana
out to first. No runs, one hit, no M acting I ia n and Rainbow City First Aid Sta- they have shown" in the galk on her royal trkr of Fther-
errors, one left. iaUilllleg III nils1 G tion. vaccine, lands West In. t; B'
NINTH INNING WitL.
Yankees Skowon singlIed toW drawing Troops
right. Howard popped out to
second. Martin popped out to WASHINGTON, Sept. 30-(UP 0.75 0.40
short. Rizzuto popped out to end -American officials today saw 1:05 240
the game. No runs, one hit. no military and political signifI 440 6:40
errors, one left. chance in Red China's announced TD 9:00 P.m. BL
decision to withdraw six ground
divisions from North Korea next
month.
...... ..militarily, experts believed the
move disclosed Communist enn-
build North Korean forces wh4.ch
were shattered during the Ko-
renowaOrthet the move fits in

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