The Panama American

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01551

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PFOrKiN NiEPRESENIATIlvE. JOSHUA POWERS. INC
345 MAOnION AvE. .NW YORK. ITr1 N Y. ..,
N. I AVANCE 170 ..S 0
4-JX MONTHS. IN ADVANCE s 1. s0oo Y%.
"s VICAR. IN ADVANCE1 o so 24 00 By VItbr Riesel

YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN :udi .g .f 'li e of the
S~ spring trying throi which
.. the wuntry's **ft "nflue "
I lAA'IL and business leaders ag
puttlal themselves, Preident
Eisenhower himself is about to
SThe Mail Box is an open forum for rcders of The Panaem Amer- be caught in a, squeezee play
Letters are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confi- _jut when he believed he
p11manner. coup last out the season as
If yo contribute a letter don't be Impatien t it i don't appear the urpre. .
.* J day. Letten are published in the order received. Fo some 70. dI* he hag
neese try to keep the letters limited to one page length. tried t woo labor by go
identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. further than any other Rle l
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statement eas opinions lice .president in d .De
|n ieed In letters from readers spitethle drastic political
o in lsae White House, r.
I ESTIATE THE I ESTIATO sen r has not done any,,
SINVESTIGATE THE INVESTIGATOR thi startlingly different from n
What. Franklin Roosevelt o
Harry Truman did in their ear.
Let all of us bear the following in mind, with reference to ly
*' W ,'ewman of the GAO- Reselt tI that Ameriea's
S 1. He is a public servant, oh a federal payroll. businenmea believe he's gone
2. Taxpayers, including Zone residents, contribute to his to far lI psIetm l his re- .
salarycent bitter poltica p -
His recent testimony before the Senate Subcomittee ap- nent. Andbiter poA a abo r lppo..
pears to be justified only on the basis of either: chiefs, believing they can .
a. A biased misrepresentation of facts, or separate him fiom hi reg- '
b. a dangerously superficial knowledge of facts. ar Republian machine, re I" .'.
4. To give significant, and far reaching testimony, based on trying to pull him further in- .. '
such a foundation, reflects adversely on Newman and lays to their camp. 'f ., ..
his competence open to question. au ht in the 'iddl Mr. '
5. It also makes me wonder if. as a taxpayer, I want to con- ECaugInwer hae be dl, vrtually
tinue to pay his salary before a detailed investigation is Eisenhower has bee vtal ruo .
made of how Newman's time was spent on the Zone. ana paralyzed on the vital willab '
how he accomplished his duties. Based on the testimony frt wih i Ol s Bald W .
he has given, such an investigation would appear to be in flare up lihke r for Bald mp
order, and should be the taxpayer's privilege to demand. Walter Reuther, for exompl,
If the man is not sincere. If he is not competent, I don't in putting his Auto Union con-
want him on a public payroll. If other readers agree, let ventln on record for a new o-
us so advise our local union representatives, and let them litical party, igored the fact
process a petition through the Governor for an investiga- that Mr. Eisenhower had bro-
tion and report. ken precedent by appolntin. a
____ publican Secretary, of Labor.
"The appointment of 13 mll- .'.
OF KISH AND SPORTSMEN llonalres to the Cabinet graph- t
Curundu ically Illustrates the degree to
jMr. Editor; which this (business) domina-
tion exists," CIO president Reu-
I hope you will allow me some of your valuable space to tell their said.
rld what sort of sportaenn some people are. There was no further men-
is is the story: The few'members who took part in a re- tion of Labor Secretary Martin
ing tournament, had agreed to accept one man's sugges- Durkin and this Auto Union
t the prizes, irrespective of the winners, be shared among convention session was the first
didates. in many years without a Labor
day of the tournament at sea turned out to be such a Secretary as speaker--although y
ing day that only two fishes were caught: A little yellow the present one came from out
tnd a little bonita. The corbina which happened to be the ranks of labor.
Sof this man got the first prize, $67, and the other re- Privately, AF leader Ge ORK of the first th
$19 for second prize. Meany is Just as critical. Be N YORK.--ne of the first thf I v
Shas an appointment with the ed to do when I got back was to see W
Since this fellow turned out to be the winner of the first President and it la expected he Bea," to s at the yers had doto It
he told his colleagues that he will not share his award i$67 wvll protest against what he be to Mr. Oab Ca= tay, the current "dn I
rth of fishing gear-as a rule) with them. Ileves is the weakening of the of the plualsl. The 'aur to beth qterl
Being that the arrangement was born out of his suggestion, Labor Dept. It is even reported ethhi.'very lmuah.,
Think it is worth recording. that he is seriously considering I have a uatt fund of sentiment io' "1
The recipient of the second prize. $19, 1tl willing to share blasting the Administration. and nem." I've em three versions Of t
whalt-cer fiasing gear tho amount may .rchue with his col- and will go to ee the fourth 1 they roe
leagtc'. Meanwhile, the White oulpe it.
,... sherman. goes without any experienced The daly thing but it is that it affept
labor gulane. Ne oe sow Islo L something reck*Wl V
', who Is making labor mey. after. 'e ertl 'for the first
SA CRITIC GETS IT BA nt decide to as. I q Q -Mr .er
.1 .,C V- to 1111. bOee e he A..) lob Wl i rompd ., 'n
r first dwlde whether he'L take th
Whereas this lett is direct o in reality,its target a business or labor approaeb. X time I hgrd It-I w to
is "Mr. George jean NaIan," expressed his sel- However, .tht decision tisut w whih M.._O
4ypIe opinions Wt your .col the Littler eatreB W
fr t, hor M nd belle tWt't tlu Mou
IC oepla-n will bear wI Mr. NathIM's effort Vital LFderai labqr. p atr a.
bartss the cast atb Id ast are unwitty. vacant Jt a union -
W all realize the v ue e MR Box Inasmuobh in qome nea lr nle s are 61 d In
It nL the only opportu por an Idividual 8 s his tei epaarte beadqartesr a- V
without tear o reon letters ar. cron a entry, from ew orw Y
ven and em m condltoiW L .I utt .t country,
ven and eal condonto lnver via Pittabur t to
ha eutii9tn thei-'i t lr onl- an tor bl os i tWeoir iiiiil
an. His crr constructive ar are they Thir power test will begin
I They bear al of stemming from a soured hitting the country sooner than
-be actor, who has willingness nor ability to ed- you think. On May 1 theOIO m1 0.
in theatre activities zing no constructive powequtal- Steelworkers Union plia ito
of his own, endeavours t roy those of others. serve notice thatit wants more to Cab a
Little Theatre is the only medium of legitimate theatre wages for its 1,000,0M0 me- and sounds 1e nOiiW d Atl Bi
I and many of my ftends attend the next production bers". that it's bhe so M~wrer y"e
successive productl ". 'If Mr. Nathan cannot share our Even before that, I'm reliably yde.ang "Ml-de* il th.dtA.:
atIl.f their efforts, it might be suggested that he re- informed,. John Lewis' United He makes aoe -, 0N
attending forthcoming performances and, if he ally Mine Workerg and the Steel nI believe that IN~
She was cheated by Tie Moon Is Blue, I personal will Union will take some joint ac- Saly Bo" Is the ~edet o e ot.
to refund his buck. tion against their massive in-
qnclusion, might I add.that it is my belief that, should dustries.
wish to present himself at either a rehearsal or try- In just what form this will be
0e Little TIeatre would afford him far more fairness and only John Lewis and Steel Un-
Scourtesy than hhas afforded them. ion president, David McDonald
,- Roy Fernle. know. But the woed is that
"something will break soon be-
earns4 11-ou cordial relations exist be-
TRAVEL IN THE REIBLIC OF PANAMA teen these two unlons and .
there have been meeting." THE BROADW pim
is i to apprise A. Kopf and others interested in. trailing his will therefore, a f e c t
R-epublic of Panama that procuring travel and re. in- 1AW0000 workers in the center Curtailn-Tl a '.nt
and accommodations l, really no problem if th ofalw iraode ,t on. ne but o i
consulted the Colon Chamber of Commerce,. -- e? W 01 ulse, Is" n," -
agency sponsors many delightful trips into Panaaba's BdeMs to Detrsot ftr e lg corr .
the San Blas Islands, Darten, Puerto Armuelles, Be- alt S e-ti*6 satkre a mte pd, og
Volcan, David and many other places of interest t erer
as well as residents of the Canal Zone and Panama. Mat e r oQin -
feIps, however, are feasible only in the dry season, and an p.e pI e a eba
e ls now rapidly drawing to a close. 1hf tb O iinn .
Is surprising the number of people who rarely, while sta- WahI w ra
here, leave the Zone and'who are totally unaware of the N Wi wie y. s
and wander that surroquds them in this amazing courn- d
much trouble, condition of the roads and lImited time, for sr e as
.to Qant- them. ,
MOodn Chamber of Co merce circumvents 'all of these uiot
ld n carefully arranging and conducting safe, eamfort- r* .fie In the s ..."
And comical trips in most modern equipment to the tat in S .
and varied points of interest in Panama. .t a, b nrsg minute the tR i r,
More'triOJ by Americans throughout the Repuboi would do I uaUMt M ,.Mill and lM wm ad
to create a better under ending between the pedble of Pa Wor-ersltn o run* Ia e
b and the United States and further cement the relationship A.'erle o a W ed I
nthe countries. ftaees developing r
The Colon Chamber of Comierce telephone number is 807. In th ab lWig:; l
S- 've B m tof uy and brass te S nor
renss that some o_ S .,o
workers will be on *ith al
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Gift Of Indian Artifacts

On Display At Zone Museu#
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The Canal Zone Museum now lost color ware and pfDpo
Is displaying In the lobby of handle ware. .
the Civil Affairs Building a col- In the first large lighted iaI
election of Indian artifacts ceramics from the a .
which are a gift to the museum culture and some of he-
from the University of Pan-pieces from the
ama in conjunction with the ture are also displayed,
National Museum. The collec-with early maps which
tion was formally presented to the approximate location
Col. Richardson Selee, civil af- the pottery was foumdo -~
fairs director, by Dr. Octavio as colored illustrations of
Mendez Pereira, rector of the lar pieces with descri
University of Panama, at a notes.
ceremony In the library of the
university on March 16. The collection will remain IS
Pottery from the Chlriqul cul- these temporary display a
ture is displayed in the first for about one month. At tiM
small lighted case at the en- end of that time, they will I*.
trance of the Civil Affairs removed to other exhibit -
Building. The group contains which are reserved for p
examples of armadillo ware, nent additions to the MUaseg.


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yesterday thrt It is eady to
give "motjaserlovas" study to rc-
cent Commungt peoee feelers
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seietary of state for ba t-
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r poys In the Canal or- brief period when he was on
-tiMsb.esuedI.thelr service at temporary duty in Balboa.
end a Marcsh and were pre- Dr. and Mrs. Alexaitis and their
ed ih retirement certUi- three daughters are to sail Fri-
i am n to their many da for the states. They plan to
ri -'rdice. Three of the drive to Florlda and make their
p i Mave had more than 30 future home in Tampa.
X o service. Jordan se a native of Brewton,
he e'iplyes who retired at Alabama. He wi first employed
end ofMarch, their positions by the Canl October 8; 1938 as
a renltement, and the length a mache h* the Industrial
iheir brvice follows: Bureau. Most qf hbi service has
been with that unit, although he
r. Franci L. Alexaitis, Cris- was also employed for about four
&l Quarantine Officer. 31 years in the lacks Division. He
s, sx .months and one day. was promoted hn 1942 to Plan-
homar T. Jordan, Machinist, ner and Istimator in the Bal-
ustrial Bureau, 13 years, 3 boa Shops and the following yepr,
uths d 3 days. was made Leaogmn Machin-
ha si.Mer, Chief of the Ist He jeft the rice in 1044
S p t Branch, but was reemployed a year later.
muarutaiu, 35 years, eight Mr. and Mrs. Jordan have al-
tiUii fonu"r day. ready returned to the States and
wNrI B.Moore. Supply and will make their future residence
rice Drfoor, 33 years, six n Mobile. Alabama.
iti three days.
r. AS wa born in WUi- lster ame to the sthmus
Jagef ylvanla, and en- from his home In New York City
d the service Septem- during the- Canal construction
30 l. He began work in perioand is one of the few re-
Sue o after the aninn In service who have
SI dstrueon service. He was first
.ii an offlor o dAugust 8 1 oll'. as a
Meal Corps. All lerk n the old Quartermaster
S-i m*J m. n qp.a DqepM_ t. Ue sJe4 thq service
n d imm ation work in 19 and wa reemployed in
~ dAtqip except for Decenbr 1911 in the Personnel
Bureau. Although his service re-


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f the years ago. Mr.
nd Mrs. Lester plan to rqumain
& the Isthmus until about June
Id w l probably make their
omea in Forida.
Moore war born in Chicago but
Ma lived most of his life in the
nal Zone. He attended Canal
one schools and is a graduate


said ne entered the service in the .
dage Mechanical Division but trans- ir,,,,a,
erretS a few months later to the
Muntcinal Engineering Division
* where he was employed for nine 2.25
,_ years
r Dthe He resigned in 1928 and was
I employed for about two years In
o l mabla. Returning to the Ca-
.organi ation in December
he was employed as Assist-
an Office Engineer. He was ap-
poited in September IN4 to or-
and head the Plans Sec TE I WItcI T
Snow Management Division,
a unit of the-Office ngi- W7 r l 1 .
n Division. He was pro-
4d to Offlee Engineer In 1936. -
Moore transferred to the Sup-
9My Dmpartmt a Asistant .- .... --
Chief Quartrmaster In October
l. 4 and s terservi e since
Sh bn wit tlt unit. The title C erin Philip!
was -dwhen the Canal re-
M iorganiluon took place in July We i *UW with kes
I? 195. He was appointed BuP if aled wt us.
S* and service Director in Octor grUpra ws and emp he es.
*' 1 upon the retirement of L
. of W. Lewis. Moore has been on Repai weid i s he me like new
u leave of absence for the past
a m. month. Mr. and Mrs. Moore's P. Clasfleo d. the ulsrt duel
S plans for their future residence
are still indefinite.


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SSipping & Air Line News
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W' X Range Study Planned Gulf Coast fisherman George
i .lfle Jet Stream Castigiola said today his entire
-I'"* United States Navy has fleet will resume the search
al ed into a contract with Pan where the Coast Guard left off.
.IAUcan World Airways for a He said he is acting at the re-
miTrange, comprehensive study quest of relatives of the 46 vic-
othe Jet stream-that band of times who perished when the
ihth-altitude wind which sweeps plane went down during a storm.
e fward across the Pacific at Seventeen bodies were found
up to 250 miles per hour. by the Coast Guard in their ex-
the jet stream out of haustive search following the
'Is Pacific Clippers are crash Feb. 14. The relatives have
Sthe 3,900 miles from agreed to pay for any loss or
Sonolulu-longest non- damage to Catlgiola's equipment,
Id flight in the he said.
in11% hours, by-passing A second search by the Coast
g fuellnf stop at Wake Island Guard that lasted five days was
ua clipping seven hours and given up after futile attempts to
40DVmiles from flight schedules. fine an underwater object that
Pan American's jet stream re- stripped one of Castigiola's boats
ren- project is sponsored un- of its equipment a week ago.
Ct epntract by the Navy's Bu-
reau of Aeronautics Project AR-
*WA (Applied Research, Opera- Dice Playr Rolls
tional Weather Analyses).
e research project is sched- (..L Iu H
to continue for at least 27 Eyes As He

4`14 Falls Fatally Hurl
h BIRMINGHAM, Ala., April 1
Miss., Apr. 1 (UP) The dice rolled "snake
of.40 trawlers eyes" for James Early, 18-year-
Ingthe Gulf of old Negro, as he fell mortally
rrow, renewing the wounded on a school bus here to-
the wreckage of the day.
italnea DC-6 which Students on a crowded bus
Oi Mobile Bay 45 headed for Parker High School
said Early was shot in an argu-
ment during a dice game on a
Serear seat. He died a short while
U tWS later on a hospital operating
table.
Police sought another Negro
youth who fled after the shoot-
-..Pack Thirteen, Coco Solo Cub ing occurred while the bus was
outs entertained 150 guests at stooDed for a traffic light.
Annual Blue and Gold Din- Witnesses said the assailant
n Buildig 100 on the Rod- grabbed a rusty sawed-off rifle
n Naval eStation last week. from another student and shot
T. 8. Cameron, US. Navy, Early. As Early fell, they said.
Mi Officer of the Rd he dropped the dice which rolled
a Naval Staston and Mrs. "snake eyes." two one-spots.
distinguished guests of honores- Police said the weapon was a
r tinguished guests pres-e nistol fashioned from a sawed.
ane C. member f atCounci spel 801aker off .22 caliber rifle. The attacker
I eIthmus of Panama scouts dresed it in the bus as he leap-
re. rsrouah
Mrs. Taht: ev. W. Baldwind through a side door.
Mrs. Baldwin. who is Den
other of Den 1: and G. V. Bal- Chicago Loses Out
e. toastmaster of the eve-
an&Mrs Blbir. On Brewking World
Ie in Brownie and other n ra i World
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alblirnie minroduced the ae-
gualf tests, after which' Rev. EVANSTON 1., April 1 (UP)
Baldwin gave the invocation and -This Chicago suburb had to
i d-icious ham dinner was en- start all, over again today in Its
oyc '. attempt to beat the world's traf-
Ai r dinner, Taht gave an in- fic safety record.
ere. ing and enlightening dis-j Mrs. Anna Curl. 57 died Sun-
iertation on the subject of scout day of injuries suef.id in a
ng. em,'hithsflg Itts affect on' cllission Saturday. Her death
roth children and parents and was the first traffic fatality
its production,of future solid cl-! here I 624 days.
-. l -?ders. elrdwin p.vel Ifthe suburb lad been able
bhe 'enediction, following which go through September witho%
the many guests were delightbt a fatality. it would have beat
rith a candlelight ceremony wel- the worlds safety traffic record
coming new cubs into the pack. set in 1M4 by Detroit.
The dining room was attrac- Detroit's record was 32 con-
ively decorated 'with palms arnd ecutlve days without a traffic
ro"-al flowers by T/Sgt. death. The record Is based on
iradv. U,8, Marine Corps, who population factors.
Iraloislv donated his services..
i' Rodman Naval Station ROCKY HILL Conn. (UPl -
aeVri's Club was responsible, un- Th fifth cradp teacher at Mos-
Wr the supervision of Its able: er School told her class each pu-
has-- ?r. Chief M. S. Anderson, nil was to be qiven the "patch"
.S. Na'y who donated his serv- test for tuberrlosis. One little
pee. for the excellent preoara- b v didn't quite understand.
o much of the dinner and "How can you tell whether we
r:iief Club also donated a have TV at home by putting a
--'tial portion of the food patch on our oacks?" he asked.
T' s-arest of the dinner was Elusive Pole
0--lv due to the untiring ef-
l.-ol tIe ladies comnrisine the The south magnetic pole of
ri-r committee. Mrs. J R. the earth has not been reached.
1", Mrs.- R A Holmes. Mrs. It is located in Antarctica, at a-
-. J. Hopkinr. Mrs. N. Linfors bout 72 degrees south and 155 de-
md Mrs. C. Peterson. agrees 16 minutes east.


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Saturday In Gamabes
The community master egg
hunt plraM& r th OGainboa
Civi Council M be held Sat-
urday at P." n. he all Amuer-
tcan chldrn 'up to ad includ-
ing those of third ad age.
Pro-sche a age. chldreh are en-
couraged to attend.
Twenty si ulzlea will be giv-
en for eggs decorated in a l
excoptinaL .jan.ner.
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during Veek wA
the Ir:t to ig Ie In the
newly built playhouse In Afeon
and will be the first play pr-
snted by this group to run f
five consecutive evening.


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N'A Food and Makkets dKr
From donolalu comes this tice-topped rhubarb pie, coffee.
novel e for thp Easter ham. milk.
It's i t. Jut as, the pine- If you like canned pineaple
apple Hawaiian and flavor then you'll enjoy tee
are the Mainland. ookl :
Ci0001<*d Wft i Wb^c Pl::Mos Spice CookJo
S, MW (Makes deen medlum-sse
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0 s1W 4b pwvn taW, firmly t
pae % cup syup drained One-half cup shortening (part
ro lpineapple salce, a tea- .utter. for flavor), cup brown
spon rry wder sugar (firmly packed), cup
MIx ireents together and ranulated sugar, 1 teaspoon
baut to 7-pound picnic ham cinamon, % teaspoon nutmeg,
INf mixture several time % teaspoon cloves, 1 egg, 2-3 cup
du last half hour of bak- drained crashed pineapple (a
ag. h ham with drained buffet can), 2 cups sifted all-
plneapple allies ( No. 1 flat purpose flour, 1 teaspoon baking
can qI. Arrange 1 whole slice o er, 1 teaspoon baking soda,
Dl 0llb In the center of the teaspoe salt.
ha rounded by 6 half slices, Cream shortening, su g ars,
aSUl Se d with plothpicks. saWels ad egg together untUil
S a be ued on a blended. Stir In
blended. Stir in
r half ban, a canned d ied, crushed pineapple. Sift
h i a ham slice. The plcnic aining dry ingredients to-
yhO Is inexpe ve and goo L er into creamed mixture
fawt a family. and mix to a moderately soft
lt a st on from Hon- dough. Drop by teaspoonfuls on-
dal.c it r an Easter American to ungreased cookie sheet.
n :. azd Bake in-a preheated modeate
rry-glazed ham, Ha-. oen (375 degrees F.) far 12 to 15
wa a d potatoes (let ham minutes, or until lightly brown-
and ~~e *the oven), ed. Remove Immediately from
butter or nirgarine, pscal eel- rookie shdt to wire cake racks
eryrle and iPen olives, lat-o cool.
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a ny serious effect on the total
to drive the nobted -ljialn s Anohr
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These airline san u af- the n on-eds was to abolish
tr *eoperatioM.
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ra~s could tt, aith few excep-
Se ns, It Is necessary for car-
Sfries operating large aircraft
tot to routinie their operations."
Pointed out in h secret
a'TI i must more and more
d their o ratls be-
lSkieslweeo certain Il*ats to build
iW -A Isesm A up a clilatele and tansul them-
e lves of adequate load factors
|nt te a a balanced dlixelbual flaw.
Sthr e non bvm ."It Is necessary in the cWe
fai at t of the (irregular carriers) to
4t ambre' O fme g careful provialoa ir their
j e r"ee t frequent overhauls and min-
** tenance checks, crew chal i
The Sefit ao.- OGenerally spealdn,at t
eonmnlttee ra&F r such a caiinot be successfully as.n-
fuss that tb .rC mised to puhed eonomlcally except on
L rto find a ikee tite nom- route operations."
sheds In'the. aition industry.
What the enators dlis't owing this, the de
lknow wa tlS man the era y abolished
pW 1Dis str 1' dy@ om. s r the non-
,other S- a1thr L te OoGoodknd even 14t
S 1 ~~' to i Wt the ta he fewst
Ma, business that -
secret lm-to re- pete with the big
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I0 HELD AT FT. DAVIS
-' SmtaUa Siervice for the Atlanti Area will be
Sat 4:0 a.m. on Easter Sunda, at Fort William D. Davis.
msrvile eointly sponsored by the Armed Fores, AtantUe
Webkers' CounciL Crastobal. C.Z, and the Armed
S MCA, Oristobal, C. Z.
RefSrffea wll be received and will be used to defray the
atpefmes of the meeting, and to varry an the charitable work
efLth Atlantie Religious Workers' CmnelL
The band will be under the nor at 6:30 p.m. and meeting
dlxteW o WOJR mlllo Ro- at 7:30 p.m.
dr with Miss Shirley Sech-
reas organist and Corporal On Saturday, April 18 the
Franeeco Malave as bugler. Installation Ball will be held, at
the Home. Members are re-
Th order of the service wil minded to make a note of the
be follows: Prelude, "The date.
alletih Chorus" by the 6th .---
Army Band: Church Call by Sring Festival at
Buger; Call to Worship, Re v. Chak of Our Saviour
Henry Lf Bell; Hymn "C o m e A Spring estival, featuring a
Ye Faithful, Raise the Strain"; barbeeUs dinner by Tex Cheek,
Announcements,' Chaplain Pri-. wil be held on the lawn of the
mos aennett; Offertory, "An- Church of Our Savour in New
dante Religioso" Francis Phome, Crlatobl, Aril 11 from 3:00 to
by tf4 60th Army Band; Solo, 9:00 p.m.
a"T gurreetlon" by P e a r I There will be novelty booths
currb Mrs. Burt Watson; to attract adults, whch will
ptre Lesso Matthe 8 Include the Parcel Post sale,
Rev. J.WL Graham; Hymn; cake sale, apron booth, white
"Low In the Grave He Lay"; elegant booth and for the
Eastea~ Mesage "Faith in Life" hidren moles, k dnapper
by Challain James E. Hemann; booth and fortune telling.
Hymn, Christ the Lord Is Risen
Today"; Benediction, Rv. Phl- USO H rs Volunteers
ip H. Havener Postlude, by At a dance given at Fort
Band. Gulick Friday evening. Miss
M. a M a Arriv Carol Coleman was honored as
Mr. id r M Arrive Girl of the Month of February
Mr. i d LMr. James Mo and was presented a gift in ap-
Mr.a Ms .Ja on preiatlon of her volunt eer
of Memphis, Tenn are arrivingre n of her volunt
tonight by plane for a visit Saturday evening, at a dance
two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. O. at the Cristobal Y-uO Mrs.
A. Diets and Mrs. Diets's moth-
er, Mrs. Margaret Gemmill, of
France Field.
Mrs. Alexitis Honored
With Luneheon
Mrs. Francis I Alexaltli, who I wish to express m
Is leaving soda to make her
home in-Tampa, Fla., wa the for the beautiful f
guest of Mm5' Olbert Lee for
Luncheon and bridge, yesterday.
The other ladies paying were: cards sent to me W]
Mrs. J. W. L. Graham and Mrs.
Louis Kaufer. Hospital.
Dr. and Mrs. Stetson Guests
On Gold Cos Mrt. Marian
Dr. and Ma. Leon A. Stetson, Mrs. Marian
former residents of Cristobal, are
at present the bo nguests of
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. WVlkerson
of Colon Beach.
Mrs. Stetson arrived several
days ago by plane and Dr. Stet- Stto ing
son came on the S. S. "Panama"
as ship. doctor. He will be in
port until Friday and Mrs. Stet- A SRIES 01
son will remain ten dayslonger
for a visit with friends "IO N G NG
Rotarians to ave I
Easter Mting
The est-er iweta tof the
Cnst l -lo try Club wll FIRST ,BAPTI
noo :- ; a H
St the day will
be the Ret RInald Beber Rev, HENRY MA]
oeodrir *aop of In lon-
ary Dstrict o Panama Canal Nightly at 7:31
Zons.
l S Lease v Fq'Colombia WEDNESDAY-
'~Jd'Dlnsah 5aM left by r Sm
"DL Ch~ii S
plane Tuesday morning for an
visit with her uncle rnURSoAi SwNI
a a1t, M r. andMrs. Laue THURSDAY SUN
Chpburn of Call, Colombia. Mr. Junior lIten
Chalburn i the Al American
Cab Manager in that city. FRIDAY C
Elks Plan Installation Ban rtat "From
Cristobal Canal Zone Lodge
No. 1542.P.O l at' hold n EVERYONE INVITED
their installation meeting and
dinner this evening with din-


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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESOftS CL
Household Automobiles o. e s. prbek ,g PhlPld. Ocemsid cottage Santo
HouseWri AleokellAe Aoebymow. lo Claro, Box 435. Balboa. Phone
-OR SALE-8 cu. ft. Kel-.-'-' Re- FOR SALE-1942 Mercury Sedan 2031 Ances.. C. Panama 3-1877, Crlstobal 3-1673.
f Vi a Aeroor 60 N clues ,. Du pad. Phone 3-4284 DR. WENDEHAKE.-Medical Clin.c. Williams' Santa Clara each cot- PJay d i 1ggg ~ r1 1 e1
tion; ia Aeropuerto N T Owne:- Central Avenue K Street corner. toges. 2 bedrooms, refirliration. |
2. If. for a samll investmit. you ore Telephone 2-3479. Panama Rockgos rangers. Balboo 2-3050. 1 UT .1 ,
:ORSALE:Completely cu.-omatc interested in obtaining a ewcar you our Except week-ends Reyods LIFETIME Ailumi-
washin machine. 6U clCe. Ben-: every year at dealers cost. Write MEMBERS- Have you paid your
wdixDe Luxe. Excellent corditon to oryx 1 Panm Almsric. dues ior 1953? New membersFOSTER'S Cottages. One mile beyond nu Crr td Roofing 1
sacrdixfDe Luxe. Excellent .8C7- -on 87-1 -c~x most welcome. Send dues to Crls- Santa Clara. Completely furnished. wa CamaeU KOoing 1948
sacrifice $95.00. Ft. Co,on 87-'FOR SALE -1938 Plymouth, $175 tobal Colon Humane Society. Box Rock Gas Refrigerators and Stoves. Md dn.
2183. 0. House 125, Chilbre, foc.ng 2675 Cr.stobol. Have several dogs, Bring your linens. Phone Dagmar's a
RSALE:-.7-piece Rottan, a.n.n- Cant 8 to 12 m Andre_ Croll. cas and kittens who sculd ap- 2-0170. But PnoJ, ewdm M Faal, 1949
room wst, 6 strand, w.th grassing FOR SALE:-1950 luick Special 4- precate home. Help those, who Gramlich Santa Clara beapc.h- UPamet, Re pel eat, k4
Slamps. Best offe or oer $00 00. Sedn perfect .endion re- can""' help themselves cottage. Electric Ice boes, ga 33b ( r 1 1950
oner Kenmore oeluxe osher, 7 dio dynaflow. seat covers, 5 ood R I stoves, modermt rates. Telphlmoe bialt ..
S;gQt. 221-A, Albrook ..FOR SALE 6-441 Gomboo 4-567 Pedre Mi- 190
[S:ALE:-MORE BARGAINS THIS SMOOT y HUNNICUTT, 5. A. Guel. 6 F- NOVIY, INC,
S EK! Dressers from $6 00. Ta- 6th St. Ceeeal Avb. Celo TeL 00 MisceManeOUS -- !~aT pl ey 1 9507
btes, many styles, $500 Choairs FOR SALE -Chrysler Windsor. 1950 FOR SALEa:- Pedigreed Dachhund FOR RENT "o Llea-ir b 950
$Z.00; iMtal desks, $2 u 00. Cribs excellent condition, low muleage, pups Call 3-1816, Ponami 1 148
(cmp.te) $335,00; Double-bed extra. Podmon, 3563. n- P88
1. a cpte,) frdo ,$44 00; Rockers. FORSALE-Dobermon Pinsher Pup- Houses'... .. 194
4.)0; Wardrobes, $20 00; Tabr FOR SALE -1949 Chevrolet Sedan pies. Steer. 123 Va Porras, Tele- FOR RENT: New house, Poraue TiMIpr xt, A 1947
with 4 chairs, from $22 C,; Chr.,o adic, perfect mechanical C ndi- phone Panama 3-0314. Come and! Lefevre. For Information West 12th
Cloprs, $29.00; B s excellent tre. $995 00 see them street No. 8. upstairs. Panama. Shipping, mooving, storage
Upholstered Chhoirs., 0 'o dealer, Auos Esenmar IBe- .SAVE YOUR MONEY. buyng almost FOR RENT W. pak and orate or mo: 1949
Bronze modern chairs, SI8 sC,; Se the Coco Cola Coi. lhone 2.V24E. "1E
'sCoil Springs. $25.00. Bar and oi re at al sizes. lust received anthing.'Phon e 2.46111
l Springs, $25.00, Bor and -ma4 Ford- k by E.senman Used Cars. Peru Ase Apartmenms 29.56, Panaml
SStaes, $115.00 and many orer 1949 Ford 2-door Sedan, good run- Nc S Tel 2-4516 ___ p_____
borgins. Cash or Crednr. HOUSE- ming condition, good tires, easy- SA-LE.--Webser Chicgo Wire- FOR RENT.-Attention G. I. modern 10
HOLD EKCHANGE, Automoble Uymlmen s. At recorder. 60 cycles with new m.- apartment, hot ind cold water.
R W No. 41, Phone 3-491 1. Opcn SMOOT y HUNNICUTT, S. A. recorder. 0 ycles th new furnished, new. hot and od wter.
y from 8 .m. t 12 noonrim St. Central Ave. C ,lou, Tel.. 00 crophone immunee to moiure and-
ory dy frtom p8m. temperature conditions, price $100 ama.
and p.m. to 6 '.. FOR SALE -1948 Studebaker Com- Phone Balboa 2-1843, after 4 p. FORRENT -For 2 months, modern DALRS IN NEW AND 1947
OR SALE:-'.-or trade tar 60 cycle. mander Sedan. motor overhauled. well furnished rtment, Bella L R IT E
Westinghouse refrigerator, 25 cy- excellent. $695.00. Full price. Visa.o Telephone 3 3268 or 2.B USED URNIT E 1949
Irs 9 cu. ft. excellent condlon PJAlo E.senman Bes.de the Coca- FOR SALE Arateu Transm.tter. ia n 3 r
$125:D0 Hcuse 90-F 6th St. New Cola Co i -00I)0 4Oi 25 or 60 cycr. com- Panama.41111
.Tel. 3-2978. -p--- plee with cabinet. Many other FOR RENT--2 room ap apartment fur- BT A L L.
1949 Chevrolet 4-door Sedan. styling items tar amateurs. experimenters ntshed. To responsible couple. Good
i.OiR E.-W-Aesnghc.Fre retrfger- De Lue, beautiful running con- and rodiomen. 45th St. No. 3, neighborhood. Jer6nimo de la Ossa
t atar $70.00; G:E. washing ma- dtin., very good tires, eoey-pay- near Bella Visto theatre. street No. 8,"B" entrance Apt. 5.
; chine used 3 mo. $ 12. 00 Both mJn. For sleo at A Five to seven p. m. 1 7N
i 25 eyle. 15-1-A 3rd St. New Cr.-- IDOOT y HUNNICUTT, S. A. FOR SALE -Regitered blond cock- Fveo seven p. m.
Stobal. 16h St. Central Ave. Colon. Tel. 800 er puppies Phone 83-2294 or FOR RENT--Furnished apartment, "HES" I
:-L _____ -. t .l --n OTQtr. 538-B. Curundu Hgts. screened and development inspect-: At e.
WANTED OR SALE: Bluick 1946 Super 4 FOR SALE --Child leather saddle ed. with two bedrooms, suitable foreL l947
aocr 'edan, radio healer. unaer- th accessories. For information two couples. Call Panama 2-3065.
MiSCellaneous coated. good condition, $625. Tel Tel. 2-0740, Panama, during of-
~ATED- TBUY---S Ft. iclr.ion 3103 fce hou's. FOR RENT
AWANTED TO BUY: Sao:th lre'. -- --- ------ __ .--- -___ RE T I
suitable for reconstruction orw.l .OR SLE SUPER 88 ROCET F SALE -Young hamsters (top 1
exchange for reconstructed .res ;9' 4 or block, 11,000 miles, bearsi ideal house pets Amusing .OO
ofiro r block, n s ,000 mles" odorless. 239-B. Pedro Miguel. FOR RENT--O or two d WA n1l L, -lift0
W duoronteed. "Reconstructoa Na- M.ror ,epairs necessary. offer. oI FOR RENT-Oe or two A S
Jonol S. A." No. 7 Peru Arcnue Call Mr. Harper. 2-2016. Alo FOR SALE -9A Westlnghouse refri- roofS. for couW, gIntlemon r OV" m
Sel. 2-0406. 1950 Ford 2 doors bla at Tro- gerotor, 49 mnodel; excellent con- lodie Near rat Enqui e
-picl Motrs. ____ edition, 25 cycle. $125.00; 1-4 Ref ent p Ceciha heatr,
FO ruLE emtiful 1951 Chevrli 2-dot Se- H P. G E. motor. 6 ma. old. 25 cy- Co ve. j
S Jw AL den. Styling D, L .a used, cle $25 00; Basswood blnd, or .- '
i estate "War a sekd .Barygod c9"Wn 9'Me-$7.50; Book oTak 1- .: L
1 Real estate ..a 5 i f' set $15.O rs L D n
SALE-Far M atM CEO sooT V HueA CUTTMe A. a2A.l k. Phone 6278.
11.ANA: It i Cej A e... noi Tel.30 0o LOST
oneM twNit 1 rfo I!0 rual d h- Col A C 00FOR SAL -Stotes strapless, full- in nrik
on et with 3 re ,-2. porches, CONVERTIBLES FOR SALE length liht blue evening gown, 342, Dr.Aro emen "
throm, six beril, bedin, CONVERTIBLES size J4, $2000. House 0534-8,..
should equipment, tools, etc., 1949 Pontac "B" light green, radio An., C Z. a B
dy for occulnf. lollatd eld excellent. FOR SALE: Unusual Opportunity.: S
Screened sum re I idor) 1950 Mercury, man, extras Comolele set office dictaphone
ludes half f woedelaond. 1950 Buck Super, equmevnt in current use. Three
q bearing coffee. tre. e nn Many other s i dictaking. one transcri;bng and one
sI'iit trees nd flowers, Unrval- Autlos E.enmon (Besid the Coca- cylinder shaver machine with floor
r:ed view mountain oan ocean. jA- Cola Co Tel. 2-4966. stands and twenty-four new cylhn-
tude 2800 feet, o's 10 degrees BA AI. 1949 Buick Super ders. New value over $2,000.00. 61e
olderr than Ponaina, 39 miles from Sode, ih dynalow. rede $380 00 Cash or t r m s. THE 1o9
: werry. F.ve miles- from highway. covers. e dllent shiase eas i TEXAS CO. IPANAMAI INC. I
#i iurn right dt soda stand. Open menth. For sale at
I fr inspection Fi idy afternor 1 o, SMOOT y HUNNICUTT, S. A. Help Wanted
ybeSaturd a ry.Additional lae W ah Se CentrIl A. ColenTel. 300 1-S n eb
,. o eoigt sl e d. E-- S Me WANTED Maid for general hau e T l a .
+- 2re4 39 9 LO R SALE -19: ChevroLet DLuxaO work and care of baby. Call e Ba -
2 SL L H MA. o- boo 2462.
: SALE: PLYMOUTH MASSA- lent conitionAlso misc. house-
. .. N*',, modern 2-bed- hold things. Call Mr. Piper, Balboa ..
m cottage with glassed sun -~ ~59. February Strikes
p'~orch, closets, knotty-pirLhvinga ..... ... .
room, bath with ress te oandr ,.CTICALLY S. 1, m i ,k Cost US1 MillionW. 1 i
shower, kitchen with white porce-! SNOW Rivier5, very low mileage.
lain cabinet sink, stove. automa c two grey nd blue wi dyne- Man-Days IdlenessP a
water heater .,refrgerotor and flew, adle, seet cevers. Fom t yS e s.. .e
-.7ack-bar and ,, 2 ..nute, S@ N .UNNICUnT, A. WASHINGTON. April 1 U M ai
beautiful, p6' ve Prisclla Beach 16th S* Ceit Ave. Clne. tel. 800 1-Strikea in February coat the
L' Beach rights in deed. Excellent FOS SALE:--1950 D odp Coron t ion 1000.000 man-days of ae Telephoto)
mortgoge-400 deposit. -900 .3269 or see 1524 1n aness, the Bureau of Labor PRIVATE E1 -- Detective
srmonthly.59400 totala. 00 .26hone Coupe Excellent Ondc524-. GfMan 8tst reported today. story writer l ell Sammett,
. boay. 4900 total. Tlone Coupe Exfinancelletd. c50.00. all 2) The bureau said 350 strikes creator of t~ Th1 Man,"
S r "o 3 7 ..R SPE:ne eBol lboo. were started during the month. appears befo p le ate In-. will re a ln do t
i SAL E A Involving about 120.000 work-: vestllatngi l litee but
EAD1 A/g GOOD TRANSOR-AT .-o-. I-' 9 era. The man-days lost re- keeps his eo ent private. oly I
F .it L, Baia 2-deer Seden, s ed running prurent the number of workers Hammett refi to say if he oly urs
SiOlFleW t sdoiem. Easy-permet. -F' se made idle for e shift or longer. Is now or w O-erly a Com.
Ts Te major ilkea. Involving munist. He ed, however, Good Friday.
.e Harley -I SMOOT p NUNNICUTT, 1. A. mre than 10.00 workers each. that he nev. committed
u, In. Hydraglie, l ek St. CeAtrl Ave. Calst, ToL 800 were at the atomli energy i pa nage or 1 ge again .
Setre. First 750 takes S naeba River Corp. roct, the th,. .- -EN a. d.-
W. Ki. Curundu Fire Ste- FOR SALE -1947 De Sofo 4-door deaer Cor. and othe
-Telephee 85n2212. sedan, radio. Excellent condition. ft C o
S mOriginal owner 1 5800. yRussi Right B eind
4- -i w 8 "faloyrcy- Ion 3112. fooy o' Cl.a y
e bestoffer; 35 m. Right Behind
rifte $18.00. H. R lent cendlitle, l llg k. e the Panmunmjel trime bils,
223C. rler at
S SMOOT UNNIC U'T.. A. -InasMlh oto lo a p la ste s 1e -L.
1 St. Corl Ave. Csiei4 300 malned the orul' dyffenen be-
FOI SALE FOR-. SALE:--One Jep Engie $2o5 ee tween thI bel|lgerept ides ."- in l
00. Baby stroller. $6 2126 Korea presenting an Obstacle to
aII & Motor. Apt. C. Curundu. Phate -242 an agreement nn armistice.' A A'Ic. 4.C_ 1a
:--Kr Automhtic- Gas- -f the government of fbe Oiese! 1VRI TBR1! IY,
lrc 1-2 H.P. FOR SALE.-Pontiac 'A~ttdoors. rean people's deaoeran tic2be .
F cndrati $464 40. The. Hydranmtc drive, $,. .0"O. lie. guided by the deiiie to a- IP c1
Co. Fleoam'l Inc. Tel. 2- 6J5-B Cacl., C Z. chleve peace and m end of the PIIh C~aoldear
S1950 Me, 2-. a war in Korea, took a p toward Grilled eaod Plate
e L:- *Lf. st, with 4-ft 1ed. veir lew ., el.. w se' a final so ulion of this questlo," resh Frid O temr
Sbeal, eIn canvas top. Tel. weve, '5 goed g, Molotov sald. Served at la& oa
-39, Fei Guick. SMOOT y NUNNICUTT, S. A. He cited the atC liti pro-
16th St. ControlAve. Ce. Tel. d0 posaIfr re jatr ofo pas-
". .I ---. .-,---. owners who want to 1 e, the1 o r I ''"r .-+.
FOR SALE -1952 Special O Luxe rest being Larned a with Above r
Buic c sedin 7500 mles, perfect trial state V'"i'h t of |
condition, nylon seat covers. DOna- ensuring a fi'r Of t 3,
LEUX ,low. $2 200. L. B. MOORE, B.l. question of their tiO. .
b 2439. .This ropul to
qm cIaN TOOU NEVER 1950 ,o sh super der sedin fair solutions to thq of -CcoZt
RATM 'I9 aMPTY aTEe e thepe. oesy payments the repatrlt on of so = e- LZudgriwe oS
"T "r my .MUNNICUTT. S. A. war and for a in o duckedJ
h Ce Ave.....l T.8.. e 3 the' ~.mining re i n;~ ".
KOr6B," )aolotoY 4Ith
SSSL-149 Plymouth Del,oe "T. .. es+ar ,
S 0r 0 ._ Caol 3755 or seee e seeples g. S Wii wg. t
ovNevw Rcdar, Farfan, Qirs. 6-B dmshiag to pUgS
FOR SALE:-1952 Crestline Victoria war 1 p
ceaverrtii. radio, backup te ellen
Flree (aghts, plistk covers Ablolutey ad serity tems title
refe _. afie $1.900. Cost s~.; a

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PAGE EIGHT


Giants Drop SeventahStra


SDuroclher Smiles As Team

Staggers East Unsettled
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By FRED DOWN
United Press Sports Writer

NEW YORK, April I-Manager Leo Durocher
may be boiling on the inside but he's smiling on the
outside as the Giants stagger East looking more like
candidates for the second division than challengers
for the National League pennant.


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Firemen's Insurance 8 0
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Although Durocher has been where Dr. L. Braun, the Cuba' Elks vs. Baxter's
known to deliver 10.000 explosive physician, will treat his broken
words over a missed sign In an little finger which threatens to Still on the unbeaten list for
exhibition game, he m e r e ly sideline him until early May. the second half. Don Bowen's
shrugs off repeated reversals by Mantle, suffering with a rash Flremen' Instrancemen marked
the Indians, who have staged which Is aggravated by the wool- up their eighth win with no los-
their own "Bum Of The Day en content of his uniform, left ses for the second half with a
Program" at the expense of Gl- the Yankees for his home in total of twenty-three wins and
ant pitchers. The Indians made Commerce. Okla. Mickey's wife one loss fo: the entire season.
It six straight and eight out of expects the birth of her first Lou Hilin7,er has won twenty-
10 over the Giants yesterday with child any day and Mickey can't two and lost one. The other win
an 11-5 drubbing in which they sit up because of the rash, so was credited to their regular
hit four home runs. Manager Casey Stengel granted third sacker Jimmy Pescod.
But the Lip offers only this him permission to leave the club. CAA, suffering their fifth de-
quip: "They can take those vic- The "official club line" is that feat of the second half with on-
tories to the bank and see how i there's nothing much to the all- ly two wins, have to rely upon
much they can cash 'em In for." ment but some reports listed Ted Jordan for the mound du-
Nevertheless. Durocher must Mantle as a doubtful starter on ties during. the absence of "Big
be deeply worried over the GI- opening day. John" Pistro. Ted pitches gooa
ants' showing. He has yet to see steady ball, always tries regard-
one of his pitchers go nine In-' Hodges is suffering from In- less of whether he is ahead or
.nings. Jim Hearn and Larry Jan- flammation of the joints in his behind, buL just does not have
sen have been hit hard all spring feet and was scheduled to be what It takes to get by the
His infield remains unsettled examined by a doctor in Mo- league's heavy hitters.
with the question of where to bile, Ala. .oday. Trainer Harold Yesterday CAA set the first
play rookie Daryl Spencer and Wendler has taken an optimis- three Firemen's down in order
veteran Alvin Dark still to be de- tie view of the ailment but in the top o: the first, then came
cided. In addition. Durocher has Manager Charley Dressen. Is up with two runs of their own
yet to put his outfield together getting Jackle Robinson ready in the bottom of the first. CAA
and still Is trying to decide from to' open the season at first was leading the Firemen's two to
among five catchers. base. zero in the top of the second
As a result the Giants have The Yankees took a 3-2 lead in when Larrv Jones singled to
not won since March 24 and their spring series with a 4-2 right, Pe.scod walked, Conover
alve suffered seven straight victory over the Dodgers as Ewell was sale a first when he forced
losses, ineludi.g one to a team Blackwell turned in six strong Jones at third, Stock grounded
of Mexeian All-Stars. In the innings and the Pirates were en- out to sesur.d base and Lacy got
last three games the Indians courage by the power-hitting of a free pass to load the bases
have scored a total of 39 runs rookie Al Orunwald. Manager with two out Then first base-
anda the last five the opposl- Fred Haney hopes Grunwald will man Melant pounded a lon fly
tion has tallied 55. Their make the grade at first base so to straiglt-a-way center which
Grapefruit League record is 8- he won't have to shift Ralph Kl- Miller mlaiudired and ran in too
15 a .34 pace. ner from left field or open the far on the ball which dropped
The first question obvious is: season with George Metkovich. ahd rolled to deep center for a
What has happened to the 01i- Grunwald, a "Branch Rickey grandslam hiomer for Melant
ants? And the second Is: Has: whiz kid," hit a home and a tri- to put the Firemen's ahead four
Durocher become a softie at the pie in yesterday's intra-squad to two.
ripe old age of 46? 1 came-playing, incidentally, be- The demoralizing top of the
Ailments to three key players-i fore a "crowd" of 16, including second slowed the Aero club to
Rank Sauer, Mickey Mantle and two park policemen and the such an extent they were able
Oil Hodges-were causing con-' driver of the players' bus. to earner only one more ru.,
corn in the camps of the Cubs. Other scores: Tigers 13, A's 7, tat in the top of the fourth,
Yankees and Dodgers. Sauer, the Reds 6, Senators 3, Braves 9, whereas, the Firemen's went on
National League's most valuable Phils 6, Cubs 5. Browns 3. Pltts- to score eight-more tallies.
player, was en route to Chicago I burgh "A" 7, Pittsburgh "B" 4. Bill StoKc, paying second base
for the Firemen's, brought in
three runs in the third when
Buk Coach Picks Yale To Win with two he sent a or-
bagger to deqp right center but
used all his e-ergy i getting a-
round the'bases an had tesre-
sort to the consolation p tion
1953 NCAA Swimming Title of oac atirdbater.
Cox of CAA led his mates at
bat with two for four, one a solid
.COLUMBUS, O. Abril Yale now boasts of the strong- triple dowi the right field line
Mike Peppe flatly says Yale est team in the history of the in the fifth.
aheuld win the National Col- schooL" The box score:
leglate Athetic Association As Mike sees It, sprinter Jer- FIREMEN'S INSURANCE
swimming championship in Ohio ry Donovan may shift the tide AB H K
State's swanky pool, March 26-27 of victory to Yale's favor. Do- DeLaMater, as 5 0 0
28. novan has strengthened the Angermuller, If-rf 5 1 0
formidable Yale team of last Hllzinger, p 4 0 1
It's nothing new for a man year considerably, in Peppe's Jones. L.. cf 3 2 2
'to pick a rival to win, but It opinion. Pescod, b 3 2 3
Is Different in the case of the Conover, c 4 1 2
Oio State coaoh. Oddly enough, the three top Stock, 2b 2 1 1
squads In the NCAA have a Catlett, 2 2 1 1
n the first place, Peppe Is total of 11 members of last Lacy, rf 0 0 1
at outstanding authority on year's U.S. Olympic team on McArthir. If 2 0 0
swhiming. He's an animated their rosters, provided Konno Melant, la 3 1 1
r0cordi book. And when Mike competes. -- -
says his team should win Totals 33 9 1
which It does frequently- you The Bucks will present five,
can count on the Bucks finish- Yale four and Michiign tw CAA


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right up there on top. Ohio State lists two Olympic AB H R
I the fellow picked horses champions in IKonno and Yoshi Cox, as 4 2 1
way he does swimming e- Oyakawa as well as Cleveland, Malene, 3b 2 0 1
its, he would be a multi Jerry Holan and Bob Clotwor. Jordan, p 2 1 1
Uonaire. thy. Dalton, lb 3 1 0
Polomski, If 3 1 0
lie looks for the 1953 NC- On the Yale roster are Jones, E., 2b 2 0 0
asistic carnival to be a Wayne Moore, Jimmy Mclne Miller, cf 0 0 0
di one, but as he says: "Yale Frank Chamberlin and Don Frick, of 3 0 0
hld win It with Ohio State Sheff. And then Michigan has Moore, ce 3 0 0
SMichigan making it migh- Burwell (Bumpy) Jones and Nicholsn, rf 1 0 0
mighty interesting." Ron Oora. Tarflinger. rf 2 0 0
major dent In Ohio State's Another Olympian who will
for an upset, Peppe display his wares here in the Totas 2 5 3
out, is the probable logs NCAA will be Gaither Rosser of S by
d Konno, the great Ha- Miami, Fla. Score by Innil"
swimmer. Konno Is Firemen's In. 043 620 3-12
m with the mumps and, e- In sli of the 4 events, lat CAA 200 100 0- 3
if he should compete, he year's winners will return to
certain not to be In top defend their titles -again as-
dition. Euming Konno Is on 4eck. In,
t contracted the disease 1952, Konno won the i0-yard
a a fellow Hawaiian team- and 1500-meter free style;
e, Dick Cleveland. The lat- Cleveland the 50-yard free
however, has returned to style; Moore the 220-yard free
on. style: Oyakawa the 220-yard
lst year, Ohfo State won back stroke, and Jones the 150-
honors in the NCAA meet yard individual medley.
Princeton, NJ., with Yale It should be a colorful af-
Inerup. fair but, if Peppe's usually-ae-
ppe points out: curate forecast is correct, the
We have lost four or five Bulldogs' bite will be as vicious
1 men by graduation while as their bark.


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President s Classic Candidates:.No. 2 .wo former heavyweight
champins haye different ideas
SWhat I, g W en In 74, .
906 h acthln W unf Mr- the
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JM aradock sayys It'as posirIie W
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Pilgrim, who
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cI for his ags.. that he takes a thr Lnnin f .
ood ptInch and is dapprous gave up thm"
v ry nzlute "But," adds the three sad struck
brle oBomber, arelano Ia 10- 8mokeball plcher Jack
7r = younger. He hurt with went the route for the r t
vdry punch. And e ak a tk ea. TUrban turned In, 'sJ u .
sunch ma well it's dheourn able mound performance e. i
Sho him.welt atrA out ine, walked only.s -
and gave up eight hits. OR WOg A)
SBmddook say-- "Don't count cludif a ba empt y homr t
Waleot out. t may be 38 but Blaeia In the third
he has the oa of&kid of A'dobhf by COlhooki,
S WalcotU hasW ay been reading fllirst s n error byah
Sand peaal P nt while rthd Su Ato puslole
pIt .ne ow rntd ThOmas and load account
bntinue Bddon iloott la for e mt Ban Antonio r n s'a
mean and a iy and that's a in the third lnng
llood r sn.' Itals on ot their fh At
T run the Navt ffnm we,
eTW 70 th hopes Pilr who was at IOnawa, (
ofmeeting U mc~aoW til d at ani co d ored on
eo0-WI1 m re d or IBac v to left field.
aldgbt lit n S6144 gu. ue. For. e Aftu I #lttarM of the
CHAMPION&HIP CALIBRE AnOrlo, winner. of four of his sixr Ua l ISt h-ta-rles rame were lh4 with three trL
starts at the Juan Franco Race Trek, will be a tough nut to beat iRx aynte ia t h ir dOr' or k"i bL withe ,8.5.two
crack in the $15,000 added President of the Republie Claius meti g. Chia issf kayee or .ib the L whle
April 1. 'This hard-running six-yur old ohetnut Argentinh i the th brsd the fnt.idtP wlm at the plt led At
bred Is shown being held by owner Ricardo A. Miro and his son1 ae. Ra tek the second bout ._
following a triumph with Chilean Jockey Jose Bravo in the by a decislao. N. T. (AY
saddle. The Adalld-Maja Mia offspring finished second in the .A(Aoin
only races he has lost here. Charles' manager om Tan- Ir,.
n as asa: "" d s a new ll (
man. No mure Fancy Dan stufLfi. sira.,
leWe're out for an early kqyo." well. .lat
Marv Jenson, manager of "
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o -- h -will fi't tuight'se nO' "big appl ratm "':un:
.hCwh ICene, os Pta i, ih VsI, 's Irk Alan this pplet .
Th Conh e fit half chapns, tont maa. =~l 1 gan SP to* W Ih ,40,- .
meet the second half chaem, Palomas, in the flst ame of ther 'As wl th o tb ug
two-best-of-three championship playoff series at 7 under the b irW4 eba4e .uo Yk.,
Hlights at Balboa stadium. .Aa.n16 Jaisr*ike's
Thsecond contet Is scheduled .for 7-p. n bewil& 4 ,
third Ime (if necessary) will be plaed the adne73
day. at
The complete season's records ot the players as 4the r ep h! I. ai
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Along The Fairways

IN rOA ITf CLUB
The third ralnd of the PWOA
Dater-Glub =leats played last
Saturday iat Smaa tga gad
I ndlcaa that the fta.s team
I out to uagut the Amador team
thi year for the championship
title.
Cleo Buran from Brams came
within ene stroke of tying Pearl
Trim for the course record of
76. Oeb was rgtn fine until she
No. 18 and three putted the
green for a 77. le game any-
way Cleo.
oyce KUll and Addy Hlpean,
Pl yng for Fort PDvl, were able
g grab % point. fom Amador's
U BLKmenta and Doris Hamlton
to ate wislh Suailt. Pmatna's
Louise Jonq-Iren Iobie n
duo won 1 point from Braso's
Marie Parks sad Verna John-
son: Carol GllckenhtdU and Eva
Jones from Penamea I e not a-
ble to take a polit from Cleo
Burns andRh Lincoln, who
walked away with the maximum
3 points.
Ann Lttle and Alyce French
heowed Bonate Poole and Elisa-
beth Pattersea from Davis how
strong Anmad's first team was
Oy taking-the maximum 3 points

Next Saturday the fourth
round and probably the decI
round of thP pWOA mtches
be played at Panam Golf Club.
Amadoe~ smds to wla points
for a re tlU and 4 Dolante, win


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ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE dit while Billy rd, Demua
and ferry Smith staagld ft
The Standin g other three Brave hit of
Martn 7 4 So by laninp:
MotCa 7 4 .8r Powells l
Coco Solo 6 4 .00 Coco Solo 013
Powell 4 8 .333 Kullg, French and
Police 3 7 J800-DiU# and Earpl k. ;h,
Crawford Hurls Shutout Alberga Defeats Mettal
Ross Cunningham's Margaita George Tully's Police Pat
Oilers went on to win their hind the four hit hurliaf
fourth srslaght victory of the Frnk Albera defeated th
second-half pennant race Mon- league IaWlabg Uttle Mattas rN F
day afternoon behind the 5 to day afternoon by the ~ of 4
0 shut-out hurling of Chuck to 2 tli an eIxte g el ig -
Crawford over the Coco Solo star to flnsh.
Braves. In chalking up h lt
"Chuck" was at his best when mound triumph of the M
the Bravs threatened to score, Frank Alberg allowed butf.
in the lai Inning with the bases hits and streak Mout ar. I ,'
loaded and one out "Chuck'" bes by Ris Favorit am1
struck out the last two batters Pahmbo were the bi es
to face Ihi offerings and end the game each maing to
the gamu Pals fourth lanl agVf
Jerry DeTore, Braves ahort- pushed four tallbsiems ar
stop led the hit parade with two plate to g3 ahead to l #
singles wd a double to his cre- Eddis harahUlltook me
dit. Although outhit 7 to 5 the ting honors for the dA-l
Oilers made the most of their two singles to his stdi
five hit* with timely base knocks Gary Maloy and Frank
coming off the bate of Tom Cun- also singled amounting fer.
ningham, Mei Field and Jules Motts four hits. 'IT
DamlanL The fielding gems of hurling of Philips and
the game were turned in by held the victor to but twoW
Johnny Parrish, Jim McOloln
and Jules Damlahi. Score by innings:
Score by Innings: Mottas 00 101-
Marlat 120 030-5 Police 000
Coco Solo 000 000-0 Phllips, Malay and ChaL. .
Crawford and Didler. Smith "Alberga and Pahnlmo. '
and Dills. -
Margarta 6. Powells 5 ,
lottas 5, Police 4 Ross Cunnlr 's MargarlttA
Harry Dockery's league lead- Oilers and "Bif" Glurke'a P5*
ing Lilue Mottas eked out a ells club battled right dw to
close Victoy over George Tul -the last t o of the
ly's Police Pals Tuesday after- the Oilers winning thir
noon by the wore of 5 to 4. straight game of the ogaeud
Doug Phillips and Gary Maloy pennant race by the score
shared the hurling duties for the to 5 to go Into a tie for
Mottas with Doug hurling three place honors with the 1J
scoreless and hitless innings. Mottas.
Gary came on in the fourth and Larry Didler went the
allowed two hits and four runs routq for the Oilers 16
In racking up his twelfth mound his fifth mound tdrilmph1to
triumph of the season. season while strildng Iat tS.
The Mottas scored four big Charlie French aba. wevN t
tallies in the fourth but the distance for the Poweli
Police came back in the top of twelve Oilers back to th ..k
the sixth to tie it all up. The via the strikeout route. ,
winning marker was forced a- John McGraw walked :of
cross as Fred Chase worked the batting honors of t
Mike Forrest for a base on balls with a- triple ad. two
foreing across Joe White with to his credit, Mei Fteld
the ti-brekking run. with two singles to hiset
Frank Leves' triple and Mike Sore by Innings: ,
Forrest :.Angle were the Pals on- Margarita 101 -
ly Hiits While singles by J. Mar- Powels 0n 16-4
shall, Gary Maloy, Doug Phlt .
lips, and Frank Corrgan's dou- Didier and McOraw.- Fre
ble accounted for the Moltas and Hitch.ucic. I
four hits. -- -
Score by innings: The Atlantic Little,
Police 0U 004-4 sixty game schedule will
Mottas 00 401-4 to a close Tharsday atI
Bailey, Tehros, Potrest and la the nvent of a tS f o
Palumbo. Pnllips, Maloy and place honors in the aeoiad
Chase.' penan sras twl ou t tf
id I-W.4eNowW SS oen-at WAR
Johnn Jison's Coco Solo stadium at 2:0 p..
over MM"113 E.
afternoon as tM bas on ItTS IOK E
balls mixed in with five hits kept
the Braves in the pennant race OGDEN, Utah (UP). Mid
for the second-halt champion, of the officers on the eamlek e
ship. tat of the pollee -eparteaa l
Danny Dills towering right- treating a routine the
harder at the Bavuuravesr a forger wo o has bM eu
exellen game striking out nane ng bad checks heran
while allowing but three hits. weeks. Not so Lstr i
Johnny Tmner of the Braves Roland Anderson -t
was the leadI batter of the has been sl ningAnde
day with two singles to his cre- name to the checks.


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WASHINGTON, April 1. (U
SPresident Eisenhower tod
gave the Senate Interstate Cor
mrce committee permission
examine tax returns in its i
vdtligation of New York wate
front rackeLs.
The investigation, being con
dueted by Sen. Charles H. To
bey (R-N.H.). already ha
heard tales of loafing and un
sncesary work on the Nev
ork-Jersey -docks.
In connection with the inve
tigation the President by ei
ecutive order authorized the T
bey committee to examine i:
com excess profits, and capit
stock returns through the 19
S taxear.
jersey City Mayor John
3Fnny and his deputy were ir
vited to give the investigation
apnators their answers today
charges of nolitioal hiring o
S.the waterfront.
S 'Democrat Kenny and depu
xaiYpr William Flanagan we
I heduled to appear later todi
before Tobey's subcommittee.
Subcommittee members ex
*Aetod Kenny. to answer tea
Sby Anthony M. "Ton:
SeMarchitto, dock unioi
iigL i who said on Monda:
Sat Kenny. and Flanagam
V MSre himn a list of men to b,
r .11". on the waterfront, ani
ater a list of those to be kep
Iff the pier-where Army good
re being crated and shipped

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ny used police cars to kei
s from entering the pil
d g a warehousemen's strike
had him sell dock work
ts to dances and banquets

Cinal Company

Ha No Agents

S nufiting Labor

A warning to the general pul
11 tIhat the Panama Canal Con
psy has no agents seeking em
ptDyes and that no charges ar
nade for applying (or work wit
Sth Canal organization was &
ead yesterday at the Pzrsonn

The warning was issued afti
OaBal Zone Police received
e. plaint from a resident of th
interior of Panama that he ha
tvia a man, unknown to him $
t ifat him in king applic
m t tar employment with a Ca
SAeodng to the complainan
a man approached him soon aft
qr he made a purchase in th
namma la rket and received
a bange.
Xoe was told that he could ob
tafi employment with the Ca.\
That charge would be mad
I- .ampioymen1 papers.
j. tr giving the alleged "agent
ik money, the complainai
Sin vain for the agent t
1 M ly concluding that he ha
dMfrauded: the job seek
the incident to the Ba
Pollee who are investigation

ITO Black Whale

SkNY, Found

: Whore f Was
YORK, April 1 (UP)
.bl.o "black whale disappear
the heart of the New Yor
g opotan area for sever
today.
whale, an embalmed be
destined for a railroad
Hlar tour of the United State
lost in a freight yard. Th
mammal, named Mrs. Ha
aIftr the island near whicl
y d.i caught, arrived in Ne'
Monday.
< It went astray when it was un
ldd onto a barge and take:
Weehawken, NJ. That's th
the barge company saw o
I'eehawken police official
^ ihahi f It it was a gag. "Whatdyr
you lost a whale?" one of
I^ tlIm said when he heard th
.i The lost articles department
.*( .the New York Central Rail
igad in Weehawken said:
.sc"Wet don't know where it'
'- ". to."
*at Mrs. Haroy turned up -
I '* t in the freight yard.
Alaboma Born
~x-Slave Grows
I 3rd Set Of Teeth
_iV GO, April 1 (UP) -
W i W teekly, kera into slavery
.I yn age at Florence. Ala..


I -today that he is grow-
ot set of teeth.
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S"tMh boean pushing
tWbh his Imera two years
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tal STOCHOLM, April 1 (UP)- appearance since his return ceive sufficient vOtes to be Hrnm lto ld was a mtan-3
52 Swedish minister without port- from top-level Moscow confer- nominated. ber f the Swedish N. d delga
folio Dag Hammarskjoeld an- ences. The diplomatic maneuvers tion until. last month, an r- d
B. nounced today that he will ac- Russia's concession to the leading-u b to Hanum rsakoeld's t ed .t ,Stckhomliabou tJen
n- cept the post of secretary gen- West on the secretaryship issue acceptance were conducted in dj 1
ng eral of the Unit.d Nations. was a new Indication of the such secrecy that .no word of e athe dltle ofI
to Hammarskjoeld's only qualifl- Kremlin's "peace" offensive. tho negotiations had leaked out minalter withul portfolio in the
n cation was that his acceptance The Russians finally gave in on to correspondents. Swedish cabinet with the -' 4
is conditional on his confirma- the secretpryship issue after It was understood that the tlon.dt dpp)ty minister for. l r- i
ty tion by the U. N. General As- they had vetoed Canada's Lester Swede' Ist e, had been pro- cl f i 'A .
re sembly to succeed retiring B. Pearson, sponsored by Brit- posed Monday by France's Henri 0i
ay secretary general Trygve Lie ol ain and France, and opposed Hoppe-not at a Big Five meet- .
Norway. Brig. Cen. Carlos P. Romulo of g. The ground then hold an V y B oS
The U. N. Security Council the Philippines, the candidate dunrralded season late Monday
- voted unanimously last night tc of the U. S. ndt
.recommended Hammarskjoeld's Russia's o w n candidates, rday afternoon' final A
election; s: tanislaw Skrzeszewski of Po- get-togethet clinched the nomi- S lITm
n The agreement marked the land and Mrs. Vilaya Lakshmi nation for the tall, blond inter-
y breaking of a seemingly hope- Pandit of India. had failed to re- national affairs expert.
Sless deadlock. It came at a brief o.hldt-i i. Adeuaf e
i secret huddle of the Big Five Goe Right Ahead
t ,The Swede was reported toMcCr Goe g, ----
have been proposed by France
at Monday' Big Five meeting. O wn Foreign Policy Sa April
The Big Five agreement LhArmy sert jTo y Roboet
meant, in effect, that the Krem- Stevens. 44 to e will
at lin had dropped its policy of op- -- O to rin to re
e posing Western-backed candi---*th e th
er dates for the $55,000-year job WASHINGTON, April 1 (UP) anoAdequat apply of amm
From which Lie resigned last Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy ar- v- ea. s l t ,
r November. ranged to confer today with Vteenls 1 ed that, al
The announcement that Rus- Secretary of State John Foster 0A A. Van w"
Ssia was willing to endorse Ham- Dulles in an effort to win ap- charge shoa
marskjoeld was delivered in the roval of his personal campaign would have
Big Five huddle by Andrei Y. to cut off trade with Red China. It afmunlition stocks ade-
Vishinsky Russia's new per- The Wisconsin Republican said
manent delegate, who yesterday he is sure Dules "will agree "e autpply of a pn aItt
afternoon made his first U. N. whole heartedly" with his plan adequate four an at
to ask Greek ship owners In Ina which the ? h Army
London to remove another .150 b fard," .Steen id a t
il n W n vessels from' trade with Red -w eonenc
RepUui U H nU China, North Korea and other
Communist Far Eastern ports. -1 amcoilde, t ltat i,
b- F im an UIi rSt McCarthy already has obtain- r A tt leen bes toban
m.A Us n ed a pledge from Greek owners r.
SHaled In Con s in the United States to remove 4dh lwat I hld--
r HS I S 242 ships from such trade as
th Ia InIl action sharply criticized by Mu- =rneltub o -11
i- tual &Aeurity Administratot age 3ut t
el WASHINGTON, April 1 (UP) Harold Bty ssen as "under-
-A Republican Congressman mining" broader administration .
suggested today that ?15 former efforts to halt the flow of goods mAt d rat. ar e ad-
er Truman administration officitls to the Communaim. tt at bs ow td
a be haled before Congress to McCarthy l ave no lndicaton *, '-
e "Justify" acceptance of $709,- that he ill drop the controver- I bhad the
d 538.22 for vacations they didn't sial project if fulles does not Mta Uk y
1- take. give give hi. approval. t -j
a- He aH s told a prelminary Th senator noted that he is
a- check shows some of the offi- free to work directly with in- n Aa w-" f
clals made a very careful ac- dividuals whereas the State De- gat'ingl tiedAmm 8 Upow -0, or I
it, counting of their claims. apartment must work through 8en. Jpbe fl L* a c" or Aw
t- Rep. William C. Cole, who is other governments. dAermf dlt
ae frosa former President Truman's He expressed 'complete sur- forts tfot r Tjmi a'e toda. ul b
17 houte state of Missourl, made prise" at the angry criticism by CUrya taob.' 1 t o +. o r pHa t e.n -
the suggestion during a House tassen, McCarthy's erstwhile t oer o t t
Civil Service Committee hearing political ally, and insaited his over th A r.* O
b- on propoEtls to bar top govern- Ilan had been "misunderstood." Cantby ,ty. L utd-otte-
al ment officials from co ecting e srid it will do more to curb on aando t
e pay for unused vacation and trade withChina than the 8tate so dto i f front oht
sick leave time. Depatme nt's n pact te woit the defeat ni --a=-- .I":me
t" Cole said he wants to "re-epartments o n pact with the ro ed we
itsGreek government, was confirmed a abasao to .*
t cover" the payments to Truman Meantime, informedd sources Russi a. o
to aides and asked if it would be sai Vc Prtdn 'ichard lM.o
"helpful" to call them ue to said Vice Presient McCart ditdnot to atherwd out
ad "justify their claims." Nixoni has.been trying to smooth see what Nix who ru- "es wu teC of r
er Frank L. Yates, assistant official congre ionals HWe added that the Uited N
I- comptroller general, said thle w r ral, t: could adr t.
g General Accounting Office is HMoICO r IHe had the asaff of hi t*ate ali 'lih Withot Old ef
checking on the validity of pay- Investigating Committee arrange M.l ta 1ent'w w a
ments to the Democrats and a W a lunchpmeetg with Dulpa to- as an Indleation tih iW
congressional quiz "would not dayto* l t" "Is
be helpful at this time." The White2ouse.'meantime, attack id n at-
The GAO has ruled that the C declined to miy whether Pre- capture th "helt* :
payments in general wre legal. r ident Eisenhower has taken sides i hI.
However, it is looking into in- in the St -Mcrthy uan- y iB
dividual amounts at the ,re- IMEXCO CITY, April 1 (UP)- gle. ee
quests of committee chairman A group of generals who accus- The PreaMent told his news A1 o ,at
Edward H. Rees (R-Kans.). edex-President Miguel Alemin's conference Mat week he would _
Yates said the study is not administration of grafting $800,- hesitate to J'drfere with any-.
- finished but it has shown that 000,000 faced a Mexican army one who tklfht he was dobng
- some agency heads "did a very crackdown today, the right thing But he concede left, as 4 it
k careful accounting of their Defense Minister Matias Ra- there couM b circumstances s lft.
al Teave" and were "as careful as mos ordered an investigation to under whichle Congressional -In -
any employee down the line." determine whether the generals quiry coul.f.-'more harm than "
He said the GAO, Congress' violated military law in charg- good. .
d "watchdog of the treasury," al- ing AlenAn's government with McCarthy lgajMltly afm ed
s ways has believed that if the "corruption and graft." the ship f alter -i
a government can trust cabinet The-generals all veterans of Frank C. N e-ret, c- %r "
* officers to spend millions of tax-, the 1910 revolution, claimed Ale- ary of def'esi emt ed he vould
h payer dollars "they certainly min's political machine "sacked favor the s agrewent I
w can te trusted on the question thenaioi of even billion pesosas, convinced t w reduce -tae "net
w of their own leave." during his six-year regime, which effect" of C gg#i st tradbg by
- criticized the practice and vow- Ramos' said none of the offi- McCartl ayoif the OGe g
n ed his administration will not cers held command posts in the ernment's agr nt Muaeb 2
)f tion that top officials are dif- amy, ad commented that if
ferent from rank-and-file they did "their situation would t North Kore 1 or G
s eral employes, and cann4 shed be most incnvesient." the ouit ,W*Wu 81ie..
a their responsibilities even vhen of other nations.
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t general Cash ForU Sea Scou .
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SFor Pvt. Cash With Benoie 'gBorrocudi .
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rison today for operating a States where he U confer wi th
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 188*
Giants Drop Seventh Straight Game, 6 To Indians
Duroelier Smiles As Team
Staggers East Unsettled
By FRED DOWN
United Press Sports Writer
NEW YORK, April 1Manager Leo Durocher
may be boiling on the inside but he's smiling on the
outside as the Giants stagger East looking more like
candidates for the second division than challengers
for the National League pennant.
Although Durocher has been
known to deliver 10,000 explosive
words over a missed sign in an
exhibition game, he merely
shrugs off repeated reversals by
the Indians, who have staged
their own "Bum Of The Day
Program" at the expense of Gi-,
ant pitchers. The Indians made1
it six straight and eight out of:
10 over the Giants yesterday with'
an 11-5 drubbing In which they:
hit four home runs.
But the Lip offers only this
quip: "They can take those vic-
tories to the bank and see how|
much they can cash 'em in for.",
Nevertheless. Durocher must;
be deeply worried over the Gi-
ants' showing. He has yet to see'
one of his pitchers go nine in-1
. nlngs. Jim Hearn and Larry Jan-
sen have been hit hard all spring. I
His infield remains unsettled
with the question of where to
play rookie Daryl Spencer and
veteran Alvln Dark still to be de-
cided. In addition. Durocher has
yet to put his outfield together
and still is trying to decide from
among five catchers.
At a result the Giants have
not won since March 24 and
abre suffered seven straight
losses, include* one to a team
of Mexican All-Stars. In the
last three games the Indians
have scored a total of 39 runs
and in the last five the opposi-
tion has tallied 55. Their
Grapefruit League record is 8-
15, a 448 pace.
The first question obvious is:
What has happened to the Gi-
ants? And the second is: Has
Durocher become a softie at the
ripe old age of 48?
AllmenU to three key players-
Hank Sauer, Mickey Mantle and
Gil Hodgeswere causing con-
cern in the camps of the Cubs,
Yankees and Dodgers. Sauer, the
National League's most valuable
player, was en route to Chicago
where Dr. L. Braun, the Cubs'
physician, will treat his broken
little finger which threatens to
sideline him until early May.
Mantle, suffering with a rash
which is aggravated by the wool-
en content of his uniform, left
the Yankees for his home in
Commerce, Okla. Mickey's wife
expects the birth of her first
child any day and Mickey can't
sit up because of the rash, so
Manager Casey Stengel granted
him permission to leave the club.
The "official club line" is that
there's nothing much to the ali-
ment but some reports listed
Mantle as a doubtful starter on
opening day.
Hod ees is suffering from in-
flammation of the joints in his
feet and was scheduled to be
examined by a doctor in Mo-
bile, Ala. oday. Trainer Harold
Wendler has taken an optimis-
tic view of the ailment but
Manager Charley Dressen la
getting Jackie Robinson ready
to open the season at first
base.
The Yankees took a 3-2 lead In
their spring series with a 4-2
victory over the Dodgers as Ewell
Blackwell turned in six strong
Innings and the Pirates were en-
couraged by the power-hitting of
rookie Al Grunwald. Manager
Fred Hanev hopes Grunwald will
make the grade at first base so
he won't have to shift Ralph Kl-
ner from left field or open the
season with George Metkovich.
Grunwald, a "Branch Rickey
whla kid," hit a home and a tri-1
pie in yesterday's lntra-squadj
gameplaying. Incidentally, be-
fore a "crowd" of 16, Including
two park policemen and the
driver of the players' bus.
Other scores: Tigers 13, A's 7,
Reda 6, Senators 3, Braves 9,
Phila 6, Cubs 5, Browns 3, Pitts-
burgh "A" 7, Pittsburgh "B" 4.
Buck Coach Picks Yale To Win
1953 NCAA Swimming Title

COLUMBUS, O. Abril I Yale now boasts of the strong -
Mike Peppe flatly aays Yale est team in the history of the
should win the National Col- school."
leglate Athletic Association! As Mike se*s It, sprinter Jer-
swlmming championship in Ohio
State's swanky pool, March 26-27
28.
It's nothing new for a man
to pick a rival to win, but it
is different in the case of the
Ohio State coaoh.
In the first place, Peppe Is
an outstanding authority on
swimming. He's an animated
record book. And when Mike
says his team should win
which it does frequently you
can count on the Bucks finish-
ing right up there on top.
If the fellow picked horses
the way he does swimming e-
vents, he would be a multl
millionaire.
Mike looks for the 1953 NC-
AA aquatic carnival to be a
good one. but as he says: "Yalei
should win it with Ohio State I
and Michigan making it migh-
ty, mighty interesting."
A major dent in Ohio State's
hopes for an upset, Peppe
pointed out, is the probable loss
of Ford Konno, the great Ha-
waiian swimmer. Konno is
down with the mumps and, e-
ven If he should compete, he !
is certain not to be In top
condition.
He contracted the disease
from a fellow Hawaiian team-
mate, Dick Cleveland. The lat-
ter, however, has returned to
action.
Last year, Ohio State won
top honors in the NCAA meet
at Princeton, NJ., with Yale
runnerup.
Peppe points out:
"We have lost four or five
good men by graduation while
ry Donovan may shift the tidei
of victory to Yale's favor. Do-|
novan has strengthened the
formidable Yale team of last
year considerably, in Peppe 1
opinion.
Oddly enough, the three top
squads in the NCAA have a
total of 11 members of last
year's VS. Olympic team on
their rosters, provided Konno
competes.
The Bucks will present five,
Yale four and Michigan two.
Ohio State lists two Olympic
champions in Konno and Yoshi1
Oyakawa as well as Cleveland,
Jerry Holan and Bob Clotwor-
thy.
On the Yale roster are
Wayne Moore, Jimmy McLane.
Frank Chamberlln and Don
Sheff. And then Michigan has
Burwell (Bumpy) Jones and
Ron Gora.
Another Olympian who will
display his wares here in the
NCAA will be Gaither Rotser of
Miami, Fia.
In six" of the 4 events, la^t
year's winners will return to
defend their titles again as-
suming Konno Is on deck. In
1952, Konno won the 320-yard
and 1500-meter free style.
Cleveland the 50-yard fre
style; Moore the 220-yard free
style; Oyakawa the 220-yard
back stroke, and Jones the 150-
yard individual medley.
It should be a colorful af-
fair but, If Peppe's usually-ac-
curate forecast is correct, the
Bulldogs' bite will be as vicious
as their bark.
Pacific Softball
League
Team Standings 2nd Half
Team W J- Yet.
Firemen's Insurance 8 0 .1000
Elks 2 M7
Baxter'! 3 6 .333
CAA 2 5 M
Pan Liquido .280
Yesterday's Result
Firemen'': Insurance 12, CAA S
Today's Game
Elks vs. Baxter's
Still on the unbeaten list for
the second half. Don Bowens
Firemen's Insurancemen marked
up their eighth win with no los-
ses for the second half with a
total of twenty-three wins and
one loss for the entire season.
Lou Hil'/.inser has won twenty-
two and lost one. The other win
was credited to their regular
third sacker Jimmy Pesco".
CAA, suffering their fifth de-
feat of the second half with on-
ly two *ins, have to rely upon
fed Jordan for the mound du-
ties durin-i the absence of Big
John" Pistio. Ted pitches gooo
steady ball, always tries regard-
less of whether he Is ahead or
behind, but Just does not have
what it takes t" get by the
league's heavy hitters.
Yesterday CAA set the first
three Firemen's down in order
in the top o the first then came
up with two runs of their own
In the bottom o the first. CAA
was leading the Firemen s two to
zero in the top of the second
when Larry Jones?*$]*
right, Pe.scod walked, Conover
was safe a first when he forced
jones at third, Stock grounded
out to second base and.Lacy got
a free pass to load the bases
with two out Then first base-
man Melant pounded a long fly
to stralght-a-way center which
Miller misjudged and ran In too
far on the ball which dropped
and rolled to deep center for a
grandslam homer for Melant
to put the Firemen's ahead four
to two. ....
The demoralizing top of trie
second slowed the Aero club to
such an extent they were able
to garner only one more run,
_ that in the top of the fourth,
whereas, the Firemen's went on
to score eight more tallies.
BUI StocK, playing second base
for the Firemen's, brought In
three rum In the third when
with two on he sent a four-
bagger to deep right center but
used all his energy to getting a-
round the bases and had to re-
sort to the consolation position
of coach at third baae there-
* Cox of CAA led hU mates at
bat with two for four, one 11 solid
triple down the right field Une
in the tilth.
The box score:
FIRLMEN'S INSURANCE
AB I
DeLaMater, m
Angermuller, lf-rf
Hihdnger, p
Jones, L., cf
Pescod. 3b
Conover, c
Stock, 2b
Catlett, 2b
Lacy, rf
McArthur. II
Melant, lo
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Charles, Layne In 3rd Clash
Tonight In San Francisco
President's Classic Candidates: No. 2
CHAMPIONSHIP CALIBRE Arrfbrlo, winner of four of his six
starts at the Juan Franco Race Track, wUl be a tough nut to
crack in the $15.000 added President of the Republic Classic
April 19. This hard-running six-year-old chestnut Argentine
bred Is shown being held by owner Ricardo A. Miro and his son
following a triumph with Chilean Jockey Jose Bravo In the
saddle. The Adalid-Maja Mia offspring finished second In the
only races he has lost here.
5
5
4
3
3
4
2
2
0
2
3
Totals
33 9 12.

AB H R
Cox. ss J !
Malene, 3b 2 0 1
Jordan, p } *
Dalton, lb 2 12
Polomski, If JM
jones, E., 2b 2 2 2
Miller, cf 2 2 2
Frlck, cf 5 2 2
Moore, cf ? 2 2
Nicholson, rf 12 2
Tarflinger, rf _2 0
Total, j_____ i
Score by Inning*
Firemen's In. 043 020 3-12
AA 200 100 0 3
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Fastlich League Title
Playoffs Open Tonight
The Conejos, FastUch League first half champions, tonight
meet the second half champs, Palomas, in the first game of their
two-best-of-three championship playoff series at 7 under the
lights at Balboa Stadium.
The second contest is scheduled for 7 p.m. Saturday and a
third game (If necessary) will be played the following Wednes-
day.
' The complete season's records of the players on the respective
teams give evidence of how closely matched these two classy
teams are.
The season's records: ? _
BATTING RECORDS SEASON -1151 J
PALOMAS
Name AB Aver. I M M KM B
H. Melendex, cf p. SS 16 .421 17 II 0 IS 11
E. Martin, p. ..... 22 7 .318 15 12 0 8 I
T. Hots, C. ....... 40 12 .300 IS 7 0 IS IS
J. Winklosky. rf..... 4 l .250 0 00 0 S
B. Hatchett, If. .... II S .161 7 IS 3 12
B. Lopez, cf....... SO 6 .200 4 10 S 11
F. Harley, p....... 11 3 .181 0 10 0 3
D. Angstadt. 2b..... 84 9 .147 11 6 3 5 15
B. CurdU, If. ..... 10 1 .100 1 80 1 8
J. Reece, lb...... S3 3 .081 7 3 1 8 IS
C. Seise, p........ S3 8 .080 6 SO S 18
D. Winklosky, 3b-ss. 34 3 .088 10 6 1 S IS
H. 8chnelder, rf..... 16 1 .063 1 0 3 3
Chism, u........ 6 0 .000 0 0 3 0 1
Bacot, u........ 8 0 .000 0 0 0 0
KUey, u......... 1 0 -000 0 0 0 0 0
Hamilton, u...... 1 0 .000 0 0 0 0 1
B.'Green, u....... 0 0 .000 3 0 0 0 1
TEAM.......S3S 63 .193 93 96 67 128
E. Martin, T. Hotz and J. Reece, will not play next year.
BATTING RECORDS SEASON
CONEJOS
Name _____________AB H Aver. B SB IS EM 88
E. Scott, 3b. "i 17 13 .334 33 14 3 10
J Magee, If....... 38 10 .386 IS 8 S 10 14
L. Reyes, lb....... 4 1 .360 0 3 0 1
J. Ooodtai, C.y.------------ 41 9 .319 10 8 0 10 7
R. Reyes, lb. '...... 6 9 .300 9 4 0 17 7
J. Blau, rf....... 30 4 .300 4 2 0 3 8
Rich. Havden. p-cf. 33 6 .184 20 T- 10
Reggie Hayden, 3b. 38 6 .58 9 10 4
S. Hinkle, p-cf...... 36 4 .194 6 6 1 9 11
L Klrkland. p..... M \ } 3 0 0 3 3
D. Ryter, ss....... *** > "
Curtis, u........ 7 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0
Morton, cf....... 7 0 .000 '1 0 0 0 1
R. Million, rf...... 3 0 .000 0 0 0 S3
Watson, u........ 3 0 .000 S 0 8 0_
TRAM.......394 49 JM SS SO S 7 88
E. Scott, J. Goodln, R. Reyes and 8. Hinkle, will not play next
year.
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PITCHING RECORDS
CONEJOS G W L B SO BB ERA
Hinkle........ 10 7 S 37 97 84 3.1
Hayden....... 4 S 1 S3 IS 16 3.3
PALOMAS G W L___ SO___BB BRA
Martin........ 6 6.1 37 34 32 IS
Seise........ 7 4 3 38 31 34 8.3
CATCHERS
PALOMAS Jimmy Hota. CONEJOS Jeff Ooodin
Rep. Jack Westland
To Play In Masters
WASHINGTON, April 1 (DP)
Rep. Jack Westland R-
tvash. said today be will play
in the Master's Golf Tourna-
- ment at Aagnsta, Ga., April
9-12- Westland Is national
amateur champion.
TIME OUTFrancisco Ellas,
W. rests momentarily on a
Houston. Tex., curb after com-
pleting the first leg of a 20,-
000-mile bicycle trip that will
eventually take him to Alaska
via New York and back t*
South America. (NBA) ,
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if yea evo he. res weald be tew!
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By UNITED PRESS
Two former heavyweight
champions have different ideas
on what is going to happen in
Chicago April 10.
Joe Louis thinks Rocky Mar-
ciano will successfully defend
his title against Joe Walcott. But
Jim Braddock aays It's possible
Walcott wiU become the first
heavyweight ever to regain the
title.
Louis gives due credit to Wal-
cott. He aays Jersey Joe is amaz-
ing for hi,? age, that he takes a
good punch and Is dangerous
every minute. "But," adds the
Brown Bomber, "Marciano Is 10-
years younger. He hurts with
every punch. And he takes a
punch so well it's discouraging
to hit him."
Braddock says "Don't count
Walcott out. He may be 38 but
he has the reflexes of a kid of
30. Walcott has always been
Eileasant and easy-going whUe
raining. Now he's different,"
continues Braddock. "Walcott is
mean and sulky and that's a
good sign."
Two heavyweight with hopes
of meeting the Marciano-Wal
eott winner ara ready for to-
night in San Francisco. For-
mer Champion Eazard Charles
Is a slight (5-te-S) favorite to
beat Rex Layne In tbeir third
meeting. Charles kayoed Layne
In the 11th round the first
time. Rex took the second boat
by a decision.
Charles' manager Tom Tan-
nas aays: "Ezsard is a new
man. No more Fancy Dan stuff.
We're out for an early kayo."
Marv Jenson, manager of
Layne, Is Just as confident. He
predicts "layne wUl win by a
knockout. H has the toughest
left hand in the business."
If Marciano defeats Walcott
he probably will fight tonight's
winner in San Francisco this
summer.
Elsewhere in boxing, Light
Heavyweight Champ Archie
Moore stopped heavyweight
Frank Buford in nine rounds
Monday night at San Diego, Cal.
lfornla. French middleweight
Pierre Langlols, who decislohed
Jimmy Beau Monday night in
New York next meets Joe MIceli
In Miami Beach on April 15. And
welterweight Chico Vejar has
been rematched with Vine* Mar-
tinea on May 15 In New York.
Vejar took a close decision a few
weeks ago.
Missions Whitewash Signal
4-0 In 1st Clayton Nighter
The San Antonio Missions last
night playing before a capacity
crowd in the first game under
the lights at Fort Clayton's new
baseball diamond, blanked the
7461st Signal team 4-0 behind
the combined seven-hit pitching
I of Harry Wilson and BUI Pil-
Igrlm. Wilson was the winner.
Wilson hurled the first six
innings. He gave up four hits
whUe striking out eight Signal
batsmen. Wilson walked two.
Pilgrim, who played for the Pan-
ama Pro League's Cervecera
team in 1940-50, pitched the last
three Innings for the visitors.
Pilgrim gave up three hits,
! welked three and struck out two.
Smokeball plcher Jack Urban
went the route for the Signal
team. Urban turned in a credit-
able mound performance. He
struck out nine, walked only one
and gave up eight hits In-
cluding a bases empty homer to
Balcena in the third inning.
A double by Clhockl, White's
reaching firs: on an error by the
i third baseman plus singles by
Thomas and Wilson accounted
for two more San Antonio runs
in the third inning.
The Missions got their final
run in the seventh inning when
Pilgrim, who was at Okinawa
last year, tripled and scored on
Balcena's flv to left field.
The lea.ling hitters of the
game were clhockl with three
for four and Thomas with two
for four for tne Missions while
| Porter, with two for three, led
the Signal team at the plate.
40,000 To Attend
Today's Opening
Day Al Jamaica
(By U. P.)
Racing's "big apple" starts
spinning again today when 40,-
000 fans welcome the thorough-
breds back to New York.
Jan Burko'i "Squared Away
heads a field of nine in the $29,-
000 Paumonok Handicapopen-
ing day feature of New York's
196-day season Squared Away
was second In the Paumonok last
year when 40,502 fans set a first
day betting record of 12,825,485.
Eddie Arcaro wUl ride "Hltex
which means the Ben Whittaker
gelding wiU receive plenty of
support.
Squared Away will earry top
weight>f 126 pounds. "Good-
willow" gets In under a feathery
109 mounds.
The number one race during
Jamaica's 30-day meeting win
be the April 21 $100,000 Wood
Memorial the final Eastern
6rep for the Kentucky Derby,
nbeaten "Native Dancer," the
1952 "Horse of the year" will
make two starts before the Wood
Memorial. Al VanderMlt's gray
colt will make his 1993 debut In
the six-furlong Assault Purse on
AprU 13.
The victory was the third con-
secutive snutout for the visiting
Texas League team. The Mis-
sions have blanked Coco Solo
Navy, the Atlantic Area, An-
Stars and the Signal squad in
succession.
The line score:
San Antonio 041 SSS 1444 8 1
Signal _- 444 644 044-4 7 S
Wilson. Pilgrim (7) and White. ,
Urban and Mohn, Nichols.
Major League
Exhibition Results
By UNITED PRESS
At Or land, Fia.
Clnci. (N) 001 100 0314 8
Wash. (A) 0C0 000 300S 7 1
Podblelan. NuxhaU (8) and
BaUey, Folies (8>; Masterson,
Stone (8) and Grasso. Home
runs: Marshall. Winning pitch-
er: Podbieian. Losing pitcher:
Stone.
At Lakeland, Fla.
Phila. (A) 000 010 240 7 11 3
Det. (A) 000 003 73x13 13 1
Schelb, Bishop (7), Newson
(8) and Murray; Marlowee, E-
rickson (8) and Ginsberg. Home
runs: Dropo, Murray, De Maes-
tri. Winning pitcher: Marlowe.
Losing pitcher: Schelb.
At St. Petersburg, Fla.
Brook. (N) 000 001 0012 8 0
N. Y. (A) 002 110 OOx4 8 0
Erskine, Hughes (6) and Walk-
er, Campanella (6); Blackwell,
Miller (7), and Berra. Home run:
Berra. Winning pitcher: Black-
well. Losing pitcher: Erskine.
At Havana, Cuba
Pitts. (N) A 010 021 300W IS *
Pitts. (N) B 121 000 0004 10 I
Dlckson and Sandlock; Waugh,
Pettit (8i and Oaraglola. Home
run: Grunwald. Losing pitcher i
Waugh.
At Clearwater, via.
Mil (N) 230 103 0020 19 S
Phila. (N) .010 100 4006 18 2
Spahn, AntoneUl (8) and
Crandall; Roberta, Peterson (7),
Sanford (9) and Lopata, Burgess)
(6). Home runs: Ma thews, Ditt-
mer. Winning pitcher: Spahn.
Losing pitcher: Roberta.
Far Fan Married
Officers Softball
Team Wins Second
The Married Officers Athle-
rte Aaaoolatfan ef Far IM de-
feated the softball team of tbo
UB.S. Recovery 4- Mareh SS
for tbir second wta. Previously
they won over Radia an Far
Fan 8-3. Hal Ramsey was the
whining pitcher.
The team la willing take en
any contender from the Armed
Forces league. C J. Sullivan
is the manager. He may be
contacted at Tel Navy 2426.
KeMA
IT'S IMPOSSIBLE TO CET A BETTER OFFER
IT'S THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME
YOU BE THE SALESMAN...
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1951 Packard Patrician
1952 Chevrolet Bel-Air
1952 Ford Mainliner 4-door
1950 Lincoln 4-door
1959 Lincoln Coupe
1951 Chevrolet Convertible
1950 Studehaker 4-door
1951 Nash 4-door
1950 Stodebaker 2-door
1950 Pontiac Catalina
1951 Oldsmobile Hobday "98"
1949 Ford 4-door
1949 Packard Convertible
1951 Kaiser 4-door
1950 Buick Rivera
1950 Packard 4-door
1948 Frazer
1949 Pontiac Convertible
1949 Buick Roadmaster Convertible
Come in and make us an offer.
We'll accept it, providing it's reasonable.
AGENCIAS PANAMERICANAS, S. A.
Below El Rancho Garden Tel. Panam 2-0825
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RICAN AM IKDBFBNl>nT DALT NEWSPAPER
PAGE mm
Army, Navy, Air Force, Civilian Sheet Shoot Set For Friday

by
JOE WILLIAMS


1
ll

of tha Boston InfM to Milwaukee and
the ATM ST! Lo-U Br.. Uhtttan
the msrftathe street (vesyVee fellow, toe) was made forefully
awarethat in baseball tha ho* office one flrtTte playing
,,,Wr2^it reaeon there U more than the convenltonal Interest
. *.Ftf'riSiSt Tlri"re shaping up at their pring traln-
SthlSaVta Florida. c'Eu perhaps tfe better wort, tor this
U a altuatlon the American League will follow with sharper
lnWTherehUn-tta%!rb.,b.ll town In the country than De-
altonrf part and up W now a sound policy tharcon.ls ently
P "dScd mure-ng team. teams which.rtt ^ w.rt.*ll the
way or were able enough to make *, 3 ffnUhed in
Even when the team came apart in 'M *"! nnl*J??l-
last Dlace for the first tima In 1U long history, he customer
remafced singularly loyal, and apparently v*******^
saw*? sursseaSTJa aaM
" Buf^n^nm^have been ha^nto, out thm^nd
balance and economic uccess, so reaaaurlng to vWtlng cmos,
is developing aerlous structural detect*.
IN INEXPERIENfD HANDS.
Death
Balboa Gun
Club To Hold
Big Etenl
J, starting Team
I


rln. ifie O^W Vita of Ua daymen KbTmn
AsTnV BWffS
rtneTaXtf WAKU w^Th
You wouldn't want to meet a mo" .^VJu aoike bit his
iiagfflSHBftiH
iSaS, Wdn" wVntThiJob' and would stay only until
* ^o^h\e-fcha*ng5mhUmlndand although he ha, hi. own
privatedullness hi'1. going to .lay. In due ourse he un
doubt.dly will get *^* M' Vdav." wUl the?be that
^i^marw^nr..hCronmao? FoS the baseball
""wben-a decision was made to change managers to whom
did *^*^*1; 0w^hMv?r SSn managed
old hand with wladom. pa^lence^resourceiulneia, ^
t^-HM ^th tr* Red Box and Brown.. At first glance some of
Friday, April
promptly at 6 a. m.. teams re-
presenting the Army, Navy All-
force and Civilians will hold a
team shoot at the Balboa Steet
Range. The program will consist
or a 75 bird shoot. Entrance fee
to be $2.00 per man on them
event, and $1.00 per man or In-
dividual. The Lewis system will
be used, money going- to the
man with high gun.
Up to now tne ttame have
lined up with Army at Navy
combining lorces to make ud one
team. Air Force, Balboa and
Cristobal, will make.up the other
three. The following Is a run-
down on the teams thus far;
ARMY & NAVY
Col. Marsh
Col. Sheifleld
Ma]. Muse
Capt. Oordlnler
Lt. Golden
Sgt. Diette
Sgt. Oramley
AIR FORCE
Col. Martin
Col. Coates
Major Sanslng
Lt. Coeman
Sgt. Coe
EA0UEK5
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
SECOND HALF
STANDING8
Sears .......
Lincoln Life
Elks 1414 ...
AFQE 14
Won Lost
7 1
win this game to stay In the
ra.ee as they still have a mathe-
matical chance of tying the
league leading Sears. Johnny
Lewis and Johnny Morris appear
to be the likely starting pitcners.
The box ore:
Police .._A....v.... 2
Firemen if/.....;.....
Yesterday's Result
Police 17, Firemen 1
. Today's Gam*
EUuvaAFGE
The Police scored a lop-sided
17 to 1 win over the Firemen yes-
terday afternoon behind the
tight pitching of Bobby Klelho-
kielhofer gave up seven hit
but scattered them.over fly In-
ning and allowed the only
box.
How long it will take the Tiger, to fight their way back to
SSJfig -main, to be seen. Th.; concer* gj
tlon.
_,
-;-----.
Balboa High Track Team
Tops Outnumbered C.H.S.
BALBOA
Cunningham
Francis
Forgerty
Jackson
Hay
i'asaln
Hitch
CRISTOBAL
Clark
Hall
Fuller. .
Sanders
Dlsharoon
Firaaaen
Randel, lb .,
Huddleston, p, 2b 3
Pearson, 3b, p----- 3
Chase, 2b, Sb ... 3
Webb, c ........ 3
Kline, lt ......... <
Terry, as......... 3
Blgby, r| ........ 3
Price, cf ......... 1
Townsend, cf..... 2
b r h po
2 0 0 7
Police
p. corrigan, as
E. Corrigan, lb
ah r h po
.4324
Smokle run In the fourth inning
when the loers got two hit.
Bobby struck out three ana
walked only one batter. Freddy
Huddleston-atarted or the mound
for the Smokies and gave up
eight run* with Johnny Pearson
taking over In the third and fin-
ishing up allowing nine runs.
Bobby Priest hit the only ln-DehllngeV. rf .... 1 1
side the park home run in the Browne, rf ....... 1 l
two seasons of play In Pacific t. Corrigan, rf .. 1
Little League park In the big
nine"tuf third,inning. The ball
rolled to the right field fence and
B. Barne, c
Priest, 2b ........
Ammlrattl, 3b ... 3
Klelhofer, p .... 3
Borup, If ........ 1
j. Barnes, lt .... 1
Bettis. If ........ J
Browder, cf......I
Roe, cf .........0
Boxing Commission
Approves Ampudia,
Bourne Title Bout
The Panama Boxing Com-
mission Monday night approved
the Melvln Boiirnr varsua Ro-
dolfo Ampudia 15-round bat-
tle for the bantamweight
chantftlenship of the Isthmus
April 19 at the Panama Gym.
THis 118-pound title contest
is being promoted by Louis
Craig.
Th uemiflnal la scheduled
for ten round between Hora-
tio Ottis and Black Bil at It
pounds.
i Tw fur-round prelimin-
aries Will complete the pro-
tram. A total of 33 round (If
all (he boat go the distance)
are being offered to fight fans.
Along The Fairways
2
2
2
0
1
0
0. 0 I j Inter-Grub matones played last
0 Saturday at Summit gave good
indications that the Brazos team
Is out to upset the Amador team
this year lor the championship
title.
AMADOR MAINTAINS LEAD
IN PWGA INTER CLUB
The third round of the PWGA
0 1
1 0
0 0
0
SCORE BY INNINGS
Firemen 0d 0 1 0.0 1_ 7.
the relay home was not In time police v 0 5 0 x ITf 112
as Priest raced around the bag
Struck out Huddleaton 1.
Pearson 2, tflelhofer 3. Bases on
ball Huddleston 7, Pearson 1,
Klelhofer 1. Two baae hits
2ndT;s halfway home befor. the gpjkj, pitcher .Huddle.ton.
throw came into the infield.
Priest with two for three, Pete
Corrigan, Eddie Corrigan and
Bobby Barnes with two for four
led the Coppers 11 hit assault.
Johnny Chase and Billy Rlgby
collected two hits apiece In three
trips to lead the Smokies at bat.
Today the Elks 1414 meet the
AFGE and the Lodge Broth-
ers, now in third place, mut
Winning pitcher Klelhofer.
Cleo Burns from Brazos came
within one stroke of tying Pearl
Trim for the course record of
76. Cleo was doing fine until she
No. 18 and three putted the
green tor a 77. Nice game any-
way Cleo.
Joyoe Kullg and Siddy Hlpson,
Huddleston, P. Corrigan. Home playing for Fort Davis, were able
run __ priest. Pitching records: to grab 'i point from Amador's
Huddleston 4 hits 8 runs in 2 1-3, Ellen Kenna and Doris Hamilton
Innings. Pearson 7 hits 9 run to tie with Summit. Panama's
Atlantic Little League
ATLANTIC LITTLE LEAGUE
The Standings
Team V
Margarita 7
Mottas 7
Coco Solo 6
Powells 4
Police 3
Pet.
.036
.636
.600
.333
.300
Crawford Hurls Shutout ,
Ross Cunningham's Margarita
Oilers went on to win their
fourth straight victory of the
second-half pennant race Mon-
day afternoon behind the 5 to
0 shut-out hurling of Chuck
Crawford over the Coco Solo
Braves.
Chuck" was at hi best when
the Braves threatened to score,
In the last Inning with the bases
loaded and one out "Chuck"
struck out the last two batters
to fat hi* offerings and end
the game.
Jerry DeTore, Braves short-
stop led the hit parade with two
singles ind a double to his cre-
dit. Although outhlt 7 to 5 the
Oiler made the most of their
five hits with timely base knocks
coming off the bate of Tom Cun-
ningham, Mei Field and Jules
DamianL The fielding gems of
the game were turned In by
Johnny Parrlsh, Jim McGloln
and Jules Damlahl.
Score by Innings:
Margarita 120 0205
Coco Solo 000 0000
Crawford and Didier. Smith
and Dills.
2 2-3 innings. Umpires: Hope
and Potter. Scorer: Mead. Time
of game 1:30._______
Atlantic Pony League
FINAL STANDINGS
PLAYOFF SERIES
The high five men on each
team will count as team scores.
At press time the Air Force
gang seem to be the boys to beat,
but with the prevailing winds,
lt will certainly he hard to de- TEAM
termine who the winner will bel il-Btan
(Please do not rattle the beer Buick ,.
tub this tim boys I) The Army-i
Navy Teatm looks good too. we i The 1953 Pony League season
. ..
Won Lost
t 1
1 t
sure hope brother-in-law Shef-
field can make lt and also hope
that Col. Marsh can keep those
24's agoing___no 410'a allowed
iellow*! ..... ^
With young Charlie Dlsharoon
8r. on the llne-p and left-
handed Clark*, the Cristobal
Team Is evidently going to put-
p a gohd-competition'to. beat.
Those .75 straight patches will,
be waiting guy si Last but not
least,' must put in our 2c
worth lor the Balboa Team...
uias brought to a 9joe Priday
night at Mt. Hope when the Ali-
stan took the final game from
Bulck by a score of 8 to 4. In this
game It was a case of too much
Dannv George.
The big right hander was in
rare form. His fast ball sent 11
Bulck batters backtp thebench
via the strifcout rfate, wtTtMTB
control was near perfect, wftlk-
Th'e big blows of the gam.? were
a home run In the first inning
Louise Jonci-Irene Robinson
duo won 1 point from Brazos
Marie Park and Verna John-
son; Carol Glickenhus and Eva
Jone from Psnoma were not a-
ble to take a point from Cleo
Burns and, Ruth Lincoln, who
walked away with the maximum
3 points.
Ann Little and Alyce French
showed Bonnie Poole and Eliza-
beth Patterson from Davis how
Rain's fast balls hitting Lev.'
mask head-on and plittlng the _
metal Just above the eyes.. no strong Amador', flr.t team was
harm was don... Interesting i by taking- the maximum 3 points
note, the All-Star Infield com-lfo,,
posed of 3 Motto men. last place
the way those guys have been |. Taber and another homer in
would the second inning by Roblnette,
Superiority of number play-
ed tne important role in FriCiiy
afternoons track meet at Mt.
Hope which the Balboa, High
Bulldogs won 70 to 4 over the
Cristobal Tigers. Though over-
powering In quantity that
dwarfed the tiny C.H.8. 12-man
team, Balboa High could only
win seven first placea In the 14
events that took place on Fri-
day, and two of the even were
won without opposition, while
Cristbal' ckusy miler, Ricardo
rla entered, but could not
in a place, in the high jump
vent.
That three vents were->gen-
erally conceded aa a 27-point
gift to Balboa. As a matter of
fact, after the entire story has
been told, only in the 440 yard
relay, the 220 yard dash and the
shotput, did the Balbqa Bull-
dogs wTh against active Cristo-
bal competition.
An unprecedented occurrence
took place right after Tommy
Hughe of Cristobal had nego-
tiated the 120-yard high hurdles
in the high school record time
of 15.4. Balboa coaches called
for and war granted a meas-
urement to verify th distance.
The distance was found to be
five-feet short of 120 yards and
Hughe vu deprived of the
new record which remains lni
the hands of former Balboa-
High star athlete Wally Trout,
M It..
Inasmuch as the measuring of
the distance has never Been
done before In the establishing
of previous records, the new
demand bv the Balboa acoch
now should nullify all previous
records until such time as the
distance, negotiated by each
record holder has been carefully
checked on the trick In which
the record was established.
Hughe was Cristobal's only
entry in the 120-yard high
hurdle, giving Balboa an auto-
matic second and third place
for a total of four points.
Complete track meet results
follow:
110-yard dash:
Hughes (CHS) 15.4
. Ostrea (BH8) 16.0
Grifo (BHSi 17.0
lie-yard dash:
Tiittle (CHS) 10.3
Norria (BH8) 10.0
Onace 10.8
On Mil run:
Arias (CHS) 5.25.5
PDgel (BHS rt^j, .,
. Jordan (BHS
44-yard dash: .
TutUe (CHS) 53
Jenkins (BHS) 64
Nlckarsher (BHS) J
44#-yard relay:
Balboa High 47.7
lMlyard low hurdles:
Hatgl (CHS) 22A
OrvU (BHS) 22 8
Ponder (CHS) 22.9
888-yard run:
Orge (CHS) 2:11.6
Peftjwovltoh tCHS 2:18.4
Peres (BHS) 2:22.3
2X8-yard dash:
Norria (BHS) 24.9 ..........
Bennett (CHS) 25.1
Ponder (CHS 253
Mile Relar:
Balboa High
Shot-put:
Cotton (BHS) 43'1"
Roberson (CHS) 42'3"
Hughe. (CHS) 42'2"
Dtocas:
Roberson (CHS) 13411"
Jones (BSH) 122'UH"
Morris (BHS) 103'3"
High Jump:
Vay (BHS) 5'11'i"
Montaganl (BSH* 5*8"
Sala (BSH) 57"
Bora4 Jump:
OrvU (BSH) 19'9Vi"
May (BSHi 19T'
Ottrea 18'11" (BHS)
. Ple VanR:
Balboa High
George, o
Hamilton, lb.
palumbo. 3b ..
Rankln. If. ..
shooting, a girls team
prove too much competition!
Bill Cunningham exerted great
efforts to break a "21" Sunday,
and so did Ed Fnncls...only
his "21" was in the wrong
string! _
YOu should watch out for
Jackson as he has almost re-
covered from his unfortunate
accident. Tom Forgerty has hUjJg
tun cleaned so we are relying "; ,-
on him to uphold the honor ot j 5
the team'.... As a whole, the
event should turn out to be fun
for the ahootera, and we hope
to have aa many spectators and
rooter as we will have hooters
. after all, they are the one
that make us want to Improve
our hooting I
We will of course all miss the
Nortona' at our shoots. We sin-
cerely hope Pappy ha a speedy
recovery. To those of you who
wish to drop Pappv a Une. write
to him c/o Coaling District
Hospital. Coallnga, California.
Hurrv back Papoy and Her ble.
NOTE TO THE SHOOTERS:
Saturday' regular shoot la can-
celVid as a result of Fridays
shoot. Open shooting will follow
immediately after the skeet
shoot.Is finished.
Dog Tired Dave
i>id ws a busy Mile,
lopfjlmf never left him atltow)
'art oat we... tired a knee
Vhj not read oui Want Ad Oavtt
finishers...Hardest players to
iin, Hannlgan and Peres...La-
mls, Roblnette and George scor-
ed the most times, 4.. .All In all
it was a well played, well attend-
ed series.. .Everyone had a good
time.. .The-Pony League at this
time wishes to thank all the
folks that had any part to mak-
ing our season a success.. .With-
out support we could not oper-
ator ^teeTrowtiCTt-Tear. Thanks.
_____________________
Barbershop Boys
Defeat Corozal Depot
Softball Team 26-13
Leslie 8amuda' Barbershop
Boy travelled to La Boca Sat-
urday anl evened their softball
series by easily defeating Willie
Nile' Corozal Depot Employe 38
to 13 In a game which featured
long range hitting by th Colo-
nltos.
The Barbers Jumped on tart-
er Willie Nlles early scoring
three runs In the tint, five In
the second and even In the
third. During this scoring deluge,
Charlie Meikle and Romeo Smith
provided the winners power each
hitting bases-loaded homers
Meikle two and Smith one. An-
other was hit by left fielder Har-
old Carmichae).
Twenty five hits were made
off five Corosal pitchers five
homers, four triple and four
double (two by Herbert Metae)
being In that total. The hit
were almost evenly gotten a.
Rupert Sealey had 3 In 8, Her-
... bert Molse had 3 In 4, Harold |
Home RunsTaber, Room- Carmicnael and Kenneth Mor-
The box score:
ALL-STARS AB R H
Newhard. 2b.......- 5 1
Gibson, cf .. ..... j *
Proz, ss..........
E. Smith, rf........ 31
Perkins, rf.........
Whltaker, rf....... 0
*r
Total ..
30 9 8
BUICK AB R H
Sasso, 2b.......... J J
Croft, c.......... 5 i 2
Trimble, c........ 0 0 0
Lamls. lb.......... 1 i ,
Taber, rf..........
Wall, p-cf......... I J J
D. Smith, m........ 3 0
Klrkland. If........ 3 0 0
Hannigian, 3b.......' 3 (
Totals............* !
Score Bv Innings
All-Stars 110 2 2 0 39 8
Bulck 3 0 0 0 0 1, 04 3
Mollas 5, Police 4
Harry Dockery's league lead-
ing Little Mottas eked out a
close victory over George Tul-
ly's Police Pals Tuesday after-
noon by the core of 5 to 4.
Doug Phillips and Gary Maloy
I shared the hurling duties for the
Mottas with Doug hurling three
scorleas and hitless innings.
Gary came on in the fourth and
allowed two hits and four runs
in racking up his twelfth mound
triumph of the season.
The Mottus scored tour big
tallies to the fourth but the
Police came back in the top of
the sixth to tie lt all up. The
winning marker was forced a-
ctoss as Fred Chase worked
Mike Forrest for a base on balls
forcing across Joe White with
the tie-breaking run.
Frank Leves' triple and Mike
Forrest1 ..Ingle were the Pals on-
ly hits while stogies by J. Mar-
shall, Gary Maloy, Doug Phil-
lips, and Frank Corrigan's dou-
ble accounted for the Mottas
four hits.
Score by innings:
000 0044
dlt while Billy Bird. Danny DM*
and Terry Smith singled for th
other three Brave hits of th*
day.
Score by Innings:
Powells 001 201
Coco Solo 018 21t
Kulig. French and Hitchcock
Dill and Karpln.kl.
Alberga Defeats Mottas .
George Tully's Police Pals be-
hind the four hit hurling of
Frank Alberta defeated the
league leaning Little Mottas Fri-
day afternoon by the core of 4
to 2 In an exciting game from
tar to flnum.
In chalking up his fifth
mound triumph of the *o*
Frank Alberga allowed but four
hits and btrucic out four. Dou-
ble, by Rus Favorite and Jimmy
Palumbo were the big blows of
the game each coming In the
Pals fourth inning when they
pushed four tallies across the
plate to ga ahead of the Mottas.
Eddie Marshall took the bat-
ting honors for the day with
two singles to hi credit while
Gary Maloy and Frank Corrigan
also singled accounting for the
Mottas four hito. The combined
hurling of Pbllllpa and Maloy
held the victors to but two hits.
Score by innings:
Mottas 000 101-a
Police 000 40x
Phillip, Maloy and Chase.
Alberga and Palumbo.
Margarita 6, Powell 5
Ros. Cunningham'. Margarita
Oiler and "Biff" Clarke's Pow-
ells club battled right down to
the last out of the game with
the Ofler winning their fifth
straight game of the second half
pennant race by the score of 8
to 5 to go Into a tie for first
place honors with the Little
Mottas.
Larry Didier went the entire
route for the Oiler, to posting
his fifth mound triumph of the
season while striking out ten.
Charlie French, also went the
distance for the Powells sending
twelve Oilers back to the bench
via the strikeout route.
John McGraw walked ott with
the batting honors of the day
with a triple and two double
to his credit. Met Field followed
with two stogies to hi credit.
Score by innings:
Margarita 101 013 6
Powells 020 1025
Didier and McGraw. French
and Hltclicucis.
Next Saturday the fourth
round and proba Dly the deciding
round of the PWGA matches will
be played at Panama Golf dub.
Amador needs to win 3 point! Police
for a sure tie and 4 points to win Motta 000 4015, to a close Thursday afternoon,
the tournament. Should Amadorl Bailey, Yohro.. Forrest and In the vent of a tie for first
lose more than 3 point, Brazos Palumbo. Pnllllps, Maloy and place honor in the second halt
still has to play the Davl team;Chase. |pennant rae-i a two out_of three
The Atlantic Little League'
sixty game schedule will come
the following Saturday while A-
madojr is.Inactive. Inasmuch a
Amador arid Brazos are playing
each other, It snuld be a very Braves .scored a 7 to 3 victory.
Coco SoioTvFowell 3
Johnny Johnson's Coco Solo stadium at ":30 p.m.
game series will begin Saturday
afternoon at the Margarita
I
interesting match. Present tee over the Powells dub Thursday |
off time is 9:00 a.m.
Standings for the teams are
as follows:
Amador
Brazos
Panama
Summit
Davis

Points
16
1
8
S
HITS HOME
afternoon as twelve bases on
balls mixed in with five hits kept I
the Braves in the pennant race! OODEN, Utah (UP). Moe8
for the second-halt champion-1 of the officers on the check de-
shlp. | tall of the police department are
Danny Dills towering right- treating a* routine the case of
hander of the Braves hurled an a forger who has been clrculat-
excellent game striking out nine ing bad checks here for several
while allowing but three hrts. I week. Not so District Attorney
Johnny Tu:ner of the Brave j Roland Anderson the forger
was the leading batter of the has been signing Anderson's
day with two single to his ere- name to the checks.


LINEA AEREO-POST AL
VENEZOLANA
ette Two Base HitsD. 8mlth,
E. Smith. Prez. Struckout by
Bazn 11, George 11. Wall l.Sase
gan each had 3 In five, Leslie
Samifda and Harold Blackwood
getting 2 In 3, Romeo Smith 3
on Balls offBazan 7. Wall l.,*n iour Kenneth Clark 2 In four
George 2. Winning Pitcher ^^ rjharll Meikle 4 in 8.
C.?orge. UmpiresLeves. Alber-
ga, CarUen. scorerRuth Per-
kins.
Highlights of the Playoff Serie.
A total of 27 player, saw serv-
ice during the serle. 17-by the
All-8tars. and 10 by Bulck...
Bulck outhlt the All-Stars .257
to .190...Bulck got 23 hits, the
ah-star. i6 The An-stars 15.ar;S Home After
scored 21 runs to Bulck's 17-- ,. _
Roblnette led in hom.? runs with; pQ |pn | rj TrVOUt
In the eecond game, not of-
ficially part of tne aerie, the
Army mn avenged their first
game set back by easily scoring
a 14 to two victory over the fast
tiring Colon Barbera
Dutch Ball Player
1 Of TTIMO YHt GRIPobey
Thomson teok tim out between
2...Taber should have had two
but missed first base and had to
settle for a double.. Bazn hit
the only triple...5 player, led
In hits with 4... four Buick plav-
ersLamls. Wall, D. Smith.
Klrkland. and Gibson of the All-
Stars ... sasso walked most with
8...D. Smith and Taber led to
doub'.M With 2 each...31 All-
Shir* went down winging com-
pared to 25 Bulck... .There were
a total of 56 strikeouts and 28
bases on balls.. Longest hit of
the serie, Louis Taber's drive to
the Pepsi-Cola sign on one
bounce.. Best fielding play. Ma-
tos' catch of a foul fly near th?
dugout in the last game.. .Dan-
ny George of the All-Stars burl-
ed the most Innings. 12. truck
out the most baiters. 23 and had
the best contra!, wnlking but 2
men In' 13 innings.. Bazan
COLUMBIA. S. C. April 1
(DP) Martin Jole, 18-year-
old Dutch flr:t baseman started
home to his native Holland to-
ray after fulling to make the
Side with th Cincinnati Red
Uy Leagu farm club her.
The young 14ft handed hitter
Said his own way to th UniUd
tetes for a trv at making the
grad In pr. fesslonal baseball
after burning up the Dutch
amateur league with a 400 plus
batting average for his home
town team at Harlem.
However, he found American
Bltchera thtou quite a bit faster
nan those hi raced in his home-
land.
Uat-rlaU
PROVIDENCE, RI.
(U*> -
batting sessions to show cow- I rjltchedru 1-3 lnnlnfrs. .struck out While patrons and the doorkp-
boy Dennis Filan, five, the i 19 but wan5ed 12 .Bazn is the er were Inside th Celebrity Club
proper way to grip a bat t the onl pltcher to figure In 2 deel-llatenlhg to a jazz concert. ome-
a,l r. 1 ??',*', mns. winning one and losing one tole a large rubber foot mat
Aru-, training c.mp (NBA) 1ooe...Funnlet incident, on of from th front foyr.
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