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-. 4-No 38 27 November 1946


' Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Training Command and 7th Naval District

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U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION AND NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
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; Thanksgiving Holiday Begins



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Navy Goes Over The Top In Community Chest Campaign


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Drive Reaches A Q :' + For Nearly All!

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Total Of $5,604, t4 i Personnel Here
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+ + i 1 a' A as bA + THANKSGIVING DINNER &
1 JAX NAVAL ACTIVITIES :

.' EXCEED $5,000 GOALIN I \ t b ( I Ia THURSDAY NIGHT DANCE

THREE-WEEK EFFORT # ARE HOLIDAY EVENTS


The Community Chest campaign Service and civilian personnel

; in local naval activities : at NAS Jacksonvillewill

which closed Friday raised a celebrate the longest
total of $5,601.03 through con. Thanksgiving Day holiday in
. tributions from naval and civilian ya the station's history this

personnel attached to t. week-end. Except for neces-
a
NAS, NATTC, NAATC, the Na- + sary maintenance work, practically -
val Hospit Headquarters Cecil Field, i today. not to begin again until
and Reserve Training, topping the i Monday morning. Only watch-
unofficial goal by over $600. I standing will interfere with one
.. ... of the longest liberties on recordTo
Downtown campaign officials v <, '''' .H" 'x' --" '- ..&..:'
expressed admiration over the fine : make this "awayCromhome"Thanksgiving
showing made by the Navy and more pleasant for
praised Captain K. M. Askin, gen- Tasty Dishes TS the thousands of men stationed
eral chairman, for an excellent job. t t t here the Commissary Departmentis
It was pointed out that last year's preparing the usual annual
total contribution was only slightly W II A T' S TIIANKSGH Thanksgiving Dinner for the noon
more than $2,000 higher than without turkeys! We had to get meal Thursday. About 5,000
the amount raised this despite pounds of the traditional bird will
year them in somehow so we took a ,
the fact that personnel here 4 a go down the hatch, along with all
at the time were double that on trip to the Turkey Farm at Wes- p ) the trimmings. Here's the menu:
connett and here's the results.
< Tomato Soup
duty now. *eam of
NAS military personnel led the Feeding the birds in the above Crackers
field by contributing $2,161.33 to photo' are, left to right Doug Roast Young Tom Turkey
this worthy cause. NAS civilian Crocket, S2c, of the Jax Air e Cranberry Sauce ,;
werein second + Sage Dressing
employees place
News sports staff; Sarah Ann i
Mashed Potatoes
with a total ol $1,302.15.: The Nav- a
al Air Technical Training Center Davis, AMMlc, of the Staff Pub- ('andied' Sweet Potatoes
was third with donations totaling lie Information Office; and Shir- Buttered Asparagus
$797.23. Other activities participating ley A. Sebaska, Ylc, and Katharine Buttered CornLettuceTomalo
. in the drive and their contributions Mainside Salad
Kelly Y3c of the
were Seventh Naval District '\ q $ Russia Dressing
Headquarters and NAATC (combined Personnel Office. In the photo at Hot Parker House Roll

o, ) $608.90; Cecil Field .-_ right, the girls pose with their Pumpkin Meringue Pie
M07.03; Naval Hospital$295.75: ; choices of the "birdoftheyearTurn Mixed Nuts
,f ind Reserve Training-$3161.It Bread, Butter, Coffee
about's fair play so you
was understood that certain Married men and their familieswill
y=' .. lowntown naval activities were in- can can take your choice too I be enjoying traditional
tluded in this campaign, but they ? of the girls, we mean, you Thanksgiving Day dinners, too, if
were still unreported at press time lugs.JOKNavy. I reports from the Commissary
Their contributions should swell Store are any indication. An estimated
the Navy total to an even greater 3,750 pounds of turkey
amount will be sold and there has beena
Captain Askin expressed his strong demand for all the deli-
thanks after the close of the effort Football Eleven Bows cacies which combine to make
to everyone who helped push the Thanksgiving Dinner the most fes
.; drive over the top. "The Navy has tive of the year.A .
1 I made a creditable showing in this
Thanksgiving Dance is slated

;1"r. every campaign well as person those he who said who,contributed"conducted and each,and the as To Powerful Ft. Benning 19 12'I for giving Mainside night. Auditorium The Air Thanks Station

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-AUMIRAL GREETS GENERAL : Ky Doug CnnUet, S 2c r DECORATED AT INSPECTION I II

The Fort Bennlng football eleven -
I in the persons of Johnny'i
__ I Greene and Johnny Sauer lived up I
to all its press notices Saturday
-_ I night at Municipal Stadium as :
watched the Doughboys -
i 5,000 people I
; L I top Jax-Navy, 19-12. I II
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x b1Y Though the locals came out on
... I the short en* of the score, they
1-- aa I played a marvelous game considering I
that Fort Benning is rated
'the No 1 service( team of the nation ... ,
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U i Sauer. an ex-West Pointer, was '" ':' .
the star of the game as he scored
two touchdowns and passed to "
'Hilhard Shands for the otherGreen .
+ 5t r I played only three quarters .v. ..:;.,.)"" > > ,
before he retired for the night, ', .. .' : ./ "J: .
but during that time he smashed A dKOtt* OK 'l'1It.1t.N: : DLCOKATLU at Saturday's Captain'
t r w : through Jax blockers to make most Inspection are pictured above. Rear Admiral Ralph E, Davison pre-
: of the tackles. sented the awards to 16 officers and enlisted men as well aa a
I Jax kicked off to open the posthumous award of the Air Medal to :Mrs. Warren O. Sigman wife
game and Joe Capka carried to of the late Lt (jg) Warren O. Sigman. Those receiving the awards
the 25. Sauer, the leading ground included Captain M M. DeWolfe, Navy Commendation Ribbon;
a gainer of the nation, charged into Lt. Walter L. Luke, Bronze Star; Lt. (jg) Bain Spear Allen, Gold
1HOUGH FOOTKALL EVENS representing their activities the local forward wall and met Star In lieu of fourth Air Medal; Navy Unit Commendation.
*r.!| were locked in a bitter battle on the field below, Major General the inspired charge of the whole drew Lewis Acuff, AMlc, Lt. (jg) Arthur H. Lindstrom, Walter
John W. O'Daniel, left, commanding general of Ft Benning, and line. lie tried again on the next Francis Raleigh, AMMlc, Lt. Alfred Taddeo, Arthur Clawitter
Rear Admiral Ralph E. Davison, Commandant of the Seventh Naval play, but once more the 170-pound AMlc, and Lt (Jg) H. J, Maroot; Presidential Unit Citation..
District and Chief of Naval Air Advanced Training, greet each other Sauer was repulsed. After being!:; Lt. Comdr, M. W. Freeman, Michael Henandez, AOM2c, Lt Rod
warmly at Municipal Stadium Saturday night. Captain Anthony R set back to the 30 by an off-side ney F. Schall, Lt. Douglas W. Logan, Lt. Edgar B. McClure..Thom.as .
Brady, NAS Commanding Officer, is in the center. (Continued on Page S) j Jerome Cody, AMMlc, and Charles Caprita, ACH.Vol. .



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THANKSGIVING-WEEK-END AT NAS will be a combination of fun, good the results of a shopping trip into a sumptuous holiday dinner. The turkey will be
eating, rest, and worship. To substitute for the traditional family get-together, per- king, and that sailor snoozing contentedly on the bench ii probably dreaming of
I iionnel are being offered varied program which will keep heart happy and carehow good the big bird tastes. The station's chow halls will serve the traditionalThanksgiving I
free in keeping with the holiday. A gala Thanksgiving Dance at Mainside Auditorium dinner at noon Thursday. Both Catholic and Protestant Chapels will ..
togive
ii slated for Thursday night. Navy wive will find all aorta of holiday delicacies, feature special holiday services so that all hands will have ample opportunity -

including plump turkeys, on aale at the Commissary store, and they will convert thanks for the peace_which. now blesses. the world. -- -
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(gifts for the children's Xmas I 1! out with gratifying results. We Chief Nelen and Chief Worthlin. long and so faithfully as your CPO

I party. Chief Owens has been' designated were rather late in getting started Chief Hintz from Planning Section -' Club manager, has been recalled

as the purchaser, and he I: because of this new system, but it ;. A A R Department, find Chief to duty and transferred to Yellow
reported last night that a deal' sIre paid off for the try. Instead Worstler pitched in and volun- Water for duty there. Otto Keller
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has been made with the Firestone 'I of using change for each game, teeerd to give us a hand. Thanksa will fill\ the vacancy left by Asn-

We people do not in regard intend to to stop these at IClfts'I': ; I players are given chits worth five lot,Jellows, we could never have ton. Good lucky to you, "Ash," anda
I tencentspecial
cents apiece. If it is a ,
if the bill is more than that, we I it costs two chits per card j I I run the games off without your thousand thanks for a hard, ..
will gladly take care of it The I and no itfi./ This system saves time help. The case of beer special wasonce thankless Job well done.We're .
Ily i. F. NKLKN, AUMMThe kiddies should have a very fine I because it doesn't require change- again a split with 12 bottles sorry to hear that ChiefBilderback
party. making during the course of the t going to each of the lucky contestants is laid up. He is onemember
special meeting of the I The general meeting was calledto game. Five games were- called in : Mrs. Sharit, wife of that the club who is very
order President Merrick at We will be and Marine first sergeant of
calledto by about 25 minutes. popular tiny '
Board of Governors- was the Entertainment (()mmittf'f' -
2000. There were about 75 mombers ready at ll>30 next- week and that'sa and Mrs Mike Moore. Congratulations active on
at 1910 last Monday t'Ye.1 Let's get better fast
order
prevent. Old and new business promise, This new way of handling folks, and come "
service.
ping, 38 November 1046. Four I was discussed.' There was the money situation was again. Of course the grand prize "Feathers, we feed your ; f
member of the board were present mention of a New Year's party for brought: up by Chief Worthlin of I was tapped once again by that Congratulations are in order- for
along with President Merrick, the members' and their puestH. The the Entertainment: Committee A Bingoing Texas, Leroy "Lucky" Chief and Mrs. Guy Chamberlain.00,
Vice President Owens, SecretaryEMter'lIng Entertainment Committee will swell idea, Jim. Jourdain. lIe "split it with Chief A son, to be named Michael, has
: ) and Manager\ KellerIt probably arrange one.Tuesday' There were only two membersof Wohtrlin's charming wife. Was ahe happened along to brighten their
was a huge the Entertainment Committee surprised! lives. Nice going folks; w. hope
decided that there should Bingo! ,
was
Chief, .Ashton who served BO the next time you'll ,hAve twins.,
be J300: appropriated to purchase "" ,eee"". A new system!\< was tried present for our games Tuemlayj: ,



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JaxNavyContinued I PRC-GAME DANCE AT MAINSIOC

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penalty, Sauer went into punt for. /
matlon and got set to punt. He 1
was never BO surprised in his life

'. a* when Jim Jasmine, local guard, {
fought his way through Johnny
Green, last year's unanmous All S RP1U5TS1
:American and captain of the R ''I l '

Army juggernaut. to block the
kid:

Marvin Harden, mainstay of the
Jax defense Saturday, pounced on at II
the pigskin and the great Fort \
Banningteam had their backs to \I $ '
the wall for the first time this ,

.L*...m. The Fort Denning1 line 1 __
.. held for three downs and then,
with the ball situated on the six, MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM
little "Wahoo" Mancos faded back tAT i

ant threw a paaa which Howard WKDNKSDAY I
Hansen pulled down with a circus
catch to give the locals the first a r "NOCTURNE," starring George Raft and Lynn Bart Show at /,
2000 only. "
.core of the game. iAn I,
enraged Doughboy eleven behind THURSDAY

... for the first time this sea. DANCE, Air Station Bond. Start at 2030. f
son, received the kick-off on its
own 18 and Sauer fought his way FRIDAY
up to the 30. Sauer carried to the "WANTED FOR MURDER," wth Eric Portman Show at 2000(

31 and then faded back to pass. b only 9 '
After passing In vain, he was SATURDAY
.. roughed to such an extent that
;' the local lads were penalized backto "STRANGE WOMAN," featuring Hedy Lamarr and George Sanders
the 49 Shows at 1100, 1730, and 2000. J

Sauer carried over to the mid-
field stripe and then down to the t t JUNIOR OFFICERS AUDITORIUM
4H Immediately, Sauer faded back 4

... and threw a strike to Hilliard WKDNK4DAYTHEY :
Shands who took: the ball like a. WERE SISTERS," featuring Phyllis Calvert and. James ;

... Don Hutson and went all the way Mason. Show at 2000 only.' ,
to the Jax 29. Sauer threw another
.. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
bullet to Shands and made an
other first down on the 18. "NOCTURNE," starring George Raft and Lynn Bart Shows at
With the blue and gold lookingfor 5000 only.
another pass. Sauer swept the t SAltJKUAY
. enl and went all the to the
way "PLAINSMAN AND THE LADY," with Gall Patrick and William
aix He powered into the line and
a Elliott. Show at 2000
mashed his way into the end --,-, .... .....- only.OTHER
zone behind the rugged interference
of Johnny Green. TilE 1'KE-OAME DANCE held Friday night at Mainside EVENTS
The Doughboys kicked off and Auditorium more than 200 couples: swayed to the melodious melodies
topped the locals on the 35, but of the Air' Station band. The ever-present photographer caught BINGO PARTY-Every Wednesday at 2000 at The Anchorage.
,. Manios caught the visitors napping some of the white hats and their charming partners as they smoothly A1IILKTIC GEAR.-Available at. Mat area, Yorktown Avenue and
and qnlck-kUked all the wayto glided to one of those: soft, dreamy tunes: which featured the evening Mustin Road, 1000-1130 and 1300-1830 daily, and at Gear Room, top
the 6. Sauer punted back to In the lower picture, the men In the band beat out a hot numberfor side Bldg 726, 0800-1700 on work days.

the 30 and then Bennlng's great sonic of the hep Jltterburg, MODEL AIRPLANE SHOP-Hear of Bldg. 39, open 1200-2400
line held for downs. I -- daily and week-ends. Meetings at 2000 Mondays.

The Saui to Shanda: 1 nOWI.ING-Six alleys located In Malnslde Recreation Building

tion clicked three times combina-j Commercial No 3. Alleys open from 1630-2130 Mondays) through Fridays; 1700-
but Howard Hanson, 2100 Saturdays and Sundays.
the Jaxmen, finally intercepted as
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Bulletin Information workouts contact Lieut.
For
the period ended I IIt BOYINQ regarding ,
I Jax opened up the second tetto iintflI I Comdr. A. J. Rubino, extension :593\ ; or report to Mainside Mat after
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will be atcepttvl
i Itulletlns
i with a drive that carried down to 1500.\
: the Bennlng 40 before the Banning I I !tll ate has been filled,KM.but; m 8140: later I SALTY HUMOR FROM MUNMDK LOUNGE-Formerly the Reception Center, located in t
1 luevlij.
defense stiffened and held than OOU : the South wing of Building No. 953, Is open to NAS personnel and
... for downs Sauer completed another I lOKslLh HERE AND THERE their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily. Available for wedding receptions
r pas down Watklns and thenkicked 'i'hre. ruoini uf furniture. milud. bUloom by arrangement with Welfare Officer. Combination radio-pho
.1 I KlUlnn. >lukitchen Sailor "I loved a girl who
l once
living room an
( ,' to the 35. Here, Hansenfa ul ""II. snit. two rUllo. t"nn b* made a fool of me nograph available for use of all handsLlllR .
d back and stole some of ItMixMtwl, aflvr IJJD' al UIO V lUuduli'h .VK\-Located on second d-ck: of Malnside Recreation Build.
Sauer's thunder by passing all St.II. AS. four Girl: "What a lasting "impression ing No. 4. Open from 0900 to 2100 Monday through Friday. Saturday
the to 3S wheieHarden 1: ....lrll' train, with engine; sad uircomplete he must have made
way Banning with S* .....ll..". o( "0"II""** i from 1100 to 1630 Sunday from 1200 to 2100.
pulled the oval out of the tra.k. til, l.;*t. '05. S\MMMIMi Indoor swimming pool recreational swimming,
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grasp! of the defenders! Denning Gulf ilulu .K/lI.I..I" with nl of irons.registered A few nbjhti/ oi/o in the nu li-
., nielli tonditloii I'unlnctlhif suddenly ; 1800-2100 dally, Monday through Friday. Saturday from 1000 to 2100.
tortum seaman
held a
once more and Sauer threwto i young'
.. Hwwney. Ship" 4M4R. Sunday from 1200 to 2100(
.. Strands: for a first down on the rord V.i twiUii U..oJIlItI..n.. went (.'ra JI. We /ampect it was
40 I 11 Hilt I him, St.. NASOn dUring the scenic in the picture I GOLF-Course open from 1000 to sunset daily. Saturday and Sun-
Once mono he faded bark: and suit offieern IMm !IWh Wh U. .... white the lIt/hmtt boiittwant'smate day from 0900-1700 Golf clubs are available at Golf House. Bathing!

heaved a long pass all the way i tenant's never worn.lrl one|>...,suit*.of c."llnil billon, "with"".ItI", h >,,-. marries the ainnral'3, danyk-! trunks: prohibited' on Golf Course.
down to the 20 where Shands and I raincoat with lining Ll. luikvr, uhnwUtol I n'r. AM IIORUiK-Open daily to enlisted personnel (with liberty
Kursullls waited. Both these boys "- cArds and uniform of the dan, 1730 to 2300. Located south of Mason .
on-bwiioom huiiw. plus .. for pose
turnllur
are over six feet and it seemed a ...rit>*. Gnat condition UM| only four CPO: "I you wish I Field.
sheer impossibility that little Wa- m..lh. Priced very ruiHonnliU for quick. were dead, so you could spit on TENNIS-Racquets and balls: are available at the Physical Train-
lio Mancoi, the safety man, could diamond K C'. Bttlf 870913 RII.., St.Itowvf ,. mygrave" Ing Building No. 726, and also on Mat area (corner of Mustin and
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atop this from being a score Man- *I, .rkBHUHlnMti li, hily UWH|. IxHutifullr trimHIM. S2c: "No, I djn't like to standin Yorktown Roads).
cos brought the crowd to its feet .1.) Phone I.lfl'. .uvtwwn OHM' sad lines" \SKKTH\LL; Practice Monday through, Friday startingat
however, by leaping high into the UDO 4T1\ M'rll..w..1 K">" l. K verdiilcjird 1630.

_. air to pluck the ball out of the On(! sofa,iu,sad easy rhHir. *,>11, Eat. 4iJ A sharp note indicates cwrtot-
.. air, and upon landing: he raced I WANTED: sly; a flatten none Indicates too)
away front the astounded Shand, Kid.. front Stir mid Main to NAS for two much tunoittySP .
blot' girl.. Hour 04)" to 1 133): I'all out 441
picked up some kerb and went I
down to the Beetling 47 before he I LOST: ) "A man has
(on phone
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IM ly br.nx loot last ilurdnr night
wan stopped
An The visitors' line was still strong kntr It ward, lull iliniilainAllHrl streets and I have got one of
however. and they took the ball *M.. 421 them"
away on downs on theI IThe\ -a s i
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OOD "Which have
: one you
r amazing Sauer completed still an- i
other pass this time to Sam But/, 46 Red FeatherContinued got' ,
a Jacksonville lad who played for SP: "The one who was rolled _
Le High School' last year The I ( from Page 1)
half ended with the ball In Jax I drive in their command and department TArn there want the fellow, a'-

'_ possession, I !, can have the satisfac- feelhint
... In the third period, the game I tion of knowing that his: or her 1 nv
Jax squad held Denning at bay contribution has helped the many I muttering: ".qlt,) tine,. I'm walled
until, with the Doughboys backon worthwhile member agencies of inr" 4 4

their own 35, Sauer quick. the Chest carry on their work. I ,t wl 1r
kicked a beautiful spiral which Here's the way the contributionsfrom "We don't care what you think
sailed all the way down to the NAS military personnel we want to know what you know," ,
locals' four yard line stacked up( by departments: shouted the lawyer ,
I v:-m uituim . . . . MI.71
Thompson kicked right back and A & It D..p.rlm.nt . .. J17.T7 "Well then I may as well get
the Doughboys took possession on'I Supply" IKptitinrnt .. . .. .. Ill.KTl off the stand," said the "witness. i
the Jax 40( Sauer slashed off tackle lilY I""." . .. .... . .. "3.U "I can't talk without thinking. I
I I': Department . .. .. Ill 71IATB I
for first & ... a down on the 29, . U ain't no lawyer
Unit . 114. it
_ and Shands swept the end for art Yard Depsrltnent l . .... .. IDHftl I
pthT first down, on the 18, It was Its; IU..rul Division .. 7131 lit: But you promiatd at the iI
at this: point that Sauer toppedoff I Medical Personnel l 1J""rh"llfpurlmfiit. .. .. .... .. 'MO J.Jl" altar to< obey me r.EI t

his passing with a clothesline VO.\ ('S Until; . . . .. MJ.31Innptrlion She: Of course, I didn't want to
heave which Shands went high In- purlnifnl . . Nil' .11 ttmke a S'f.t'' I
to the air and pulled down for I mninuitlrtll. Orpartnient . 101.041'hsicrl _
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'the score Dick hcytt kicked the .\I>1! Diviilm . . . . 61.50 l Some Marines we know think I
extra point and Donning led 13-6. I Public Wiirko Department .. 48.11 sailor's
goblets are sons
Jax: received the kickoff and I ;Marine il.rns..k. . . . . U.4 I $
Ordnance & (;unll.r, Oopartinrnt 1(1,00( I
met an impenetrable itenmng ._ All wotmn are alike, but they
line. Thompson kicked a high I boot and racwil 78 yard for the Ben- hate diffirtnt faces 'IOU tan I
.f ;Which gave all the appearances ning final: scoreLate left them apart
of gong over Sau r'I! head. On the in the last period, Swede s r
16, however, the Doj,hboy reached Kuhel recovered a Dennins fumble end until he was on the left sideline -
Ui[ with one haul and !pulled on the Jax. 20, and with five and headed for the distant
the bill into his stomach: while lie minutes ti play, the Jaxmen stalled Roal He was greatly aided by a I
started back up the bell He their l lest drive of the ,game. vicious block\ thrown by Mancos
reacted the 22 before M C. Ilir- MancoJ carried to the 27 and on the 30( but they ,finally caught

den smeared him, seal,I on the next Hansen niaJe: It a first down on the him on the 16. He faded hick: on 1L1r-'i'i'' play ha smashed through into the "t !hn8-n plunge, to the 37 and the next play\' and was rushed
Jax secondary and, giving one of 014." 1 to Manos. on the Banning again, but seeing he c'tuldn'4 getaway i Petite JaM Adams girbed\ In abbreviated I I Pilgrim costume, \Ie al>{i
, the finest exhibition of broken 17 .Following an incomplete forward he threw. a doaperationheaVa set for a bountiful 19 U'Thanksgiving Jane: la currently appearingin ;
field running' ever witnessed in pass, Hansen 'fudeJ back to \ which Walter Davenport Universal-International's: "The Runaround: ," and will next be seen
:Jacksonville he dodged, whirled, heave long one. Finding himself grabbed on the six and lugged! over i In Lawless Breed" and "Gunman's Code" with Kirby Grant. I

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JflJUik I Poetic License I IT'S A TOUGH LIFE By Sleeves



Editorial Office TO MY GAL ,. r-

South Wing, Lower Deck, BMf. 930 .The things you say are okay, :,) i tr1 .
Telephone Extension 8MB Your manner is most demure; : -

Arthur M. Greene, Editor And you wouldn't do a thing ",. pc

The JAX AIR NEWS is published weekly at the That you shouldn't. I am sure;
U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, at no You don't seem very smart y
and In compliance with
expense to the government
BecNav Circular Letter 45-326, 28 May 1945. Copiesare Or romantic, as I've said --
distributed free of charge at the Naval Air But, baby, when you l look at me s
Station, the Naval Air Technical Training Center, You put ideas in my head.
the Headquarters of the Naval Air Advanced Train- M. McDermon, Supply Dept.
Seventh Naval
of the
Ing Command, Headquarters
District Naval Auxiliary Air Station Cecil Field, -*-
'.. ...'
the Naval Air Gunnery Hange and the U S. Naval OLD GLORY

Hospital watched Old Glory as she<
Rear Admiral Ralph E. Davlion, Have you ever
Commandant, Seventh Naval District : unfurled in the morn,
thief: of Naval Air Advanced Tr ,ning
Her stars and stripes glowing, and not thinkof

CaptaIn Jackion'uia R. Brady,Air LSN StationCiUtn Commanding her brawn,
Naval Her pride in the right and her challenge to

Howard V. Hopkins USK Commanding the wrong? .
Naval Air Technical Tulnlng Center .. ..
Forever she will wave as long as we see

e Cai.tata Robert M. Gillett (MC), USS. Commanding The true meaning of a nation that is Godly;
U. S. Naval Hospital and free.

captain F. W..Prl* tman. USNR, Commanding -A Supply Employee.

Naval Air Bcterve-Tracing Unit .. -*- Lc. ...

IX (' oI. T. C. Moore, Jr, USMC, Commanding
Marina Barracks Christmas Party t
"* J-
C uuU. Julwi F. Schumacher, UW. Commanding Parents who desire their children to attend -% jft-Tjy
Naval Air Gunnery Rang *t>r -
-
;; the Christmas Party, Tuesday, 24 December -
CfiUnM. O. Burch Jr.. UW, Commanding are requested to fill in the form "Don't know \\hafs wrong they just took one look at my ,; '
Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil tUldCPt. below and send it to Chaplain F. L. Albert, pure and then beat It." ..

Alexander-M. Hearn USMO General Chairman of the Christmas Committee Yyy '

Marine Aviation-DetachmentThe ; at the Chapel, Box 6, NAS. I BOOK SHELF I dIN

JAX AIR NEWS recwet Ship's Editorial Association ma.terlal.
without .
of credited matter prohibited ,
Republication .
Washington 25, D. C. Republication of any ADAM FALL is a story of
of SEA.
permission Name of Child ., ,
Is prohibitedwithout VE
other matter except by service publications the Salem witch hunts of the 17th
of Editor, JAX AIR NEWS. r
permission century, written by Constance.
Age t Sex Dodge, author of WEATHERCOCK ,
By Skipper Edge, SpS)2cHey ) and THE DARK STRAN \ ,
everybody! Your roving GER. It is a strange love story oJ ;
ri; Father's ,Name reporter traveled northward this, of Damaris Horn and cynical, embittered f.,I .
last week-end to discover that His Miles Gascoyne, the town :," It
really cold up there. The beau renegade. It makes fascinating
Rate. _____ Div., tiful city of Atlanta was dotted reading. ..
with fur coats, etc. Nice to feel May Floyd Williams has writ-
'
an honest-to-goodness nip in the ten an exciting novel with the .
air. Of course, driving back in the flavor of bygone days in California -
middle of the night we were FORTUNE, SMILE ONCE
forced to stop and greet the cat MORE, taking place against the '
tle as they nodded "Hello" to us background of San Francisco in
in the beam of our headlights. the turbulent days of '51, is the ._
Have you noticed the bow-leg love story of an Australian con -
'News ondVieiDs f romStatm ged walk a few of the WAVES ac vict and a lady's maid. There IB
quired over the week-end. Yes, on I plenty of action as well as an atmosphere *
the very first Sunday for: the riding of suspense.
club the new exercise took Ka The authors of OUR SON, PAD-' .: '..
toll of making Westerners out ol LO, Alvin and Darley Gordon,
with han- the WAVES. "Teddy" Jacksor went to Mexico to work on a documentary -
do
has to
This column today
and "Jenny" Peacock really got! film about that country.
Ming criticism. I am not concerned with an unexpected thrill when their While there, they were adoptedby
how to give out criticism, for that is an horses decided to give them a "jet. Pablo, a young Mexican In
asy: matter, but with something much propelled" ride. Speed? Wow!! dian. Pablo came to California and
Wonder how the horses feel. lived with them while he satisfied
more difficult: how to take criticism. Rare A hearty welcome to you gall his desire for an education in the
11. ndeed is the person who knows how to do back from the Cleveland Ail United States. Pablo's efforts to 0#
Show. Missed you all. So glad to adjust himself to American ways
his.When we receive a criticism, we usually see your bright and smiling faces were sometimes humorous and not
A very "Happy Thanksgiving"to always successful. The Gordons
lo one of three things. We may attack the all, and we do have much toe also visited him in his family'
iritic by saying that he is all wet, that he > thankful for. Have you stopped remote pueblo and saw a part of
loesn't know what he is talking about, that lately and thought about It? A Mexican life not ordinarily found

ThanksgivingTomorrow he is not qualified to make that criticism, good idea.Junior. by the Mexican tourist.
With STENDHAL, Matthew Jo-
hat he has enough faults of his own to worry -
added another to
has
is Thanksgiving Day. It is aday about without troubling over the faultsf And SeniorB. his sephenson list of colorful biographries..

for more than just stuffing one's self > others. Or, we may make strong and persuasive Stendhal, whose real name was

with turkey, pumpkin pie, and apple cider. ; alibis for our alleged faults, giving 0. Q.'s Will Be Henri Beyle, is now regarded a* .. ,.
of the most philosophical and
will convince nearly his that particular circumstance as an one
But a casual glance or of novelists.
prophetic Althoughhe
anyone that few people realize just what txcuse. Thirdly, we may react to criticismy Merged By 1 Dec. was born during the reign of

tomorrow means. > running away from it. We may bury our In view of the small number of Louis XVI and died in the early
American ThanksgivingDay lead in the sand and ignore the remark, officers living in the Senior and days of Queen Victoria's reign, he
the ,
To average holiday just one more i or> change the subject and go off on another Junior B O. Q''a, the two P.O.Q''s had arrived at opinions and ideas
is just one more and their messes will be consolidated which we consider peculiar to the
day to I loaf and have a good time. No thoughtis rack. These are the usual ways in which we it was announced this week 20th century mind. ..
I
given while screaming at a football gameor react to criticisms. And they are all wrong in Station Memo No. 41-46. PRIDE'S FANCY Is an excitingtale
tearing, around the country in an auto >ecause they have this one thing in common All officers residing in the Junior of romance and adventure by
: they are attempts at maintaining the B.O.Q.'s will be moved to the Thomas II. Raddall. It is the story
mobile, to the occasion's true meaning. attention Senior B.O.Q. by 1 December, of the Nova Scotia privateersmen
The holiday was created not to have one prestige of our own ego, by turning Bldg. 803 will operate as an Annex who cruised the Caribbean around
but to thanks away from the self to the one making to provide for any overflow 1800) in search of riches and found
from work give
more day free the the criticism. The principal motive here iso rom the Senior BOQ. building, nothing but adventure and a life
for the blessings received during past maintain our pride and to shield the ego the memo stated. of risk. Raddall other novel*.
year-for an abundant harvest as in the This will include all WAVE officers ROGER SUDDEN and HIS MA-
days of the Pilgrims. Despite all the troubles from attack.In who will move from Building JESTY'S YANKEES, are also stories -
short, we usually do everything but of daring with the history ef
there is still plenty for 723 to Sr. B.O.Q. where they
which beset us today, the right thing in handling a criticism, because will be quartered on the top deck Nova Scotia as a background.
is
we
The over
which to be thankful. war ,
: we are afraid to have our self-esteem >if the West Wing. lRECHRISTMASCOMMUNION
are no longer threatened by Fascist domina- The right thing to do is to forget The Jr. Commissioned Officers'mess
lamaged.
still able to worship in the 723, and Jr. BO.Q' .
Building
,
tion and we are
the source of the criticism and the motivesf The congregation of All
will be secured as soon as
religion of our choice.Thanksgiving time f the critic, whether he is friendly or hostile possible, but not later than 1 December Saint beginning Chapel of the will Advent observe Seasonwith the ... ..
Day is also an ideal and accept the criticism itself. Only one : 1946 and all officers quartered a Pre-Christmas Communion -
for rededication to the tasks which still lie thing really matters, is it true? If not, then at Senior B.O.Q. or the Annex Senior at 104 on Sunday,

ahead. :Many things remain to be done before here is nothing to worry about. If the criticism > will Commissioned join and be Officers'messed In mess.theSr. 1 lJe'mbf'r.ftJiuinfS.

the world's ills are solved. When offering is true, the sooner we do something I .
.. .
it would not be
prayers of thanks tomorrow about correcting ourselves, the better. Ui
>? mi"ss-pray for guidance in the days ahead course, this takes courage. It takes a rare Four Days Off rrn (CFE

brand of courage which very few people haveto (Continued from rage 1))
POPULATION INCREASES accept a criticism, to rise above any Band will provide the music. At the Station Chapels, Birmingham
Road and Muitln Avtnue
U. S. .
unfriendly motives which may be behind it, The religious side of the holi- Protestant ..

Population of the United States as of Jan, and to see it as an opportunity for the im- Appropriate day is not being divine neglected services, either.are 0730-Holy. K fteven.on.Communion ChaplainW.

1946 was 140,386,509, according to the Census provement of our life. It takes courage be- being scheduled for both the Protestant 0930-NATTO ScrTlc*-Chaplain E.: W

Bureau. The figures showed an increaseof cause we spend so much time and effort in and Catholic Chapels. At 0930 Andrew.-Sunday School, Small chapel

6.6 per cent over the 1910 census-approximately ,' defending and excusing ourselves, buildingup 1930 tonight, Mrs.organist L. A.,Helbert will offer -, J04S-ChAPlain-Dlvln* Srvlc W. R.Stevenson-Cbnrlan!. F. L:
accomplished
8,700,000 more people than six alibis, maintaining our pride and shield- an Thanksgiving recital at All Albert.

years ago. For the entire ten year period ing our ego from attack that we have almost Saints' Chapel. Chaplain E. ''W 0700-Maii. CtUxiIu

prior to 1940 the increase was 8,900,000.The lost the ability to look honestly at ourselves Andrews will conduct the devo- 090t-Ma.....

Nation's birth rate soared in the early Let me repeat: in handling a criti- tionals. A Thanksgiving Mass hasbeen St.Cdward An 1100-Ma.Outdoor Nursery for small children -
of the but is declining gradually cism only one thing matters-is it true? If set' for 1700) tomorrow at li maintained. between (909.
years war Chapel. During the holiday .and 1200J \
though it still remains above its prewar it IB true then'the priticism is an opportunity both chapels will be ;:open .wl.k KdlfloM terrier blest 'andilUwchip
3 I Ii
l vel The ,census estimates included U. S. for self-improvement, and growth. day and evening for prayer and 1/0/-FrlJay IB tt>. Small Chapel.r 1.
,
servicemen overseas. Chaplain William R. Stevenson. meditation.



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Engine Overhaul-By Carl \V, 1\\ ,
5vs
h layer-llere we go! Thanksgiving -
is just around the corner now,, whom you refer is Reuben Bishop.We t n
and in counting our blessings we are happy to inform you that R
find our chief claim to fame is our Mr. Bishop is not red in the face
possession of reserved seat tickets due to puffing on that cigar Thatis
on the 35-yard line for the :Mr. Bishop's natural complexIon Ft Ftf

Lee-Jackson game. And one thingwe which he owes to the fact that
can all be thankful for is that I he Is a "genuwine" red-blooded IE alb ,
the question which has raged hotly American boy. I

in E. O. for three months will,, We take great pleasure in nom- 9 -. ii
at last, be answered-once and for inating "Red" Burton as Engine .r
I 'eo all. Can Lee stop Broadus? Overhaul's answer to "You Are a.a

A poor,little bunny rabbit does My Sunshine. : :
n't have a chance now that the Congratulations to the following a .
1
::
shell shortage is no more. Out of Engine Overhaul personnel who

30 leave papers processed throughthe were the recipients of pay, increases -
Engine Overhaul office on No- recently: Thomas Mur- N flgs
vember 18th, 25 were for the purpose phy, William Hallmark Henry 1

of "going hunting." Church, Lois Collins, Willie Dobbs,
Personal to "Anxious." Your George Malone', Marion Roy (and
. note received and the man to just when she's resigned in orderto

be,a mama!), Ethel Seldon, and
John Moore. Congratulations also

to the following, whose birthdaysoccur "
t I
wa SUPPLY5SALUf5 this week: :Mary Deaux, L I

James Stewart, Susie Lambert,
Leonard Gray, Ferris Ackerly,
Clarence. Jefferson, and T. L. Cannon f {

r An alarming number of minor

it injuries has been noted since the
arrival of the pretty young nursein
- By CLARA E. SPEEK the First Aid Room. For the

We are thankful for our digestion information and guidance of all

,... '- but let's not abuse it during concerned, we must report that t"Y r's- 33 0'0 0I
the four-day holiday just ahead of the young lady is very much married -
us-and feel like the dejected figure Husband's a great big fel-
in the cartoon below: low, too-around six feet. I_ 0 0 Z a Is 1 I
!
It is interesting to note that all __ gait W5 wM a e Y 1
.
: elected Engine to Overhaul take a holiday personnel on have Friday 2 4 : 1I 1I I
I II BOGOBBLERSeriously la iL I
| November 29th, even though 'ttzas AY/ d !
I some will be carried in a non-pay yA 3.k" s {a wk. < Or et a 3 @

I status. a3. \
This column will hereinafter de- "

; vote considerable attention to the c1* .
I
!
affairs of our close associates,
.e I _ _
Overhaul Control and the Plan-

ning located section.here in These our midst sections and,are at ?* 2

I times, seem to be completely for- i : \ : .. -.

gotten by the people up front So *
; -this is to warn all you swell \
folks In Overhaul Control and .- \ .' 1.e' t _, -5jLf -
Planning who are located in Engine I
g I Overhaul that your secretsare i
I no longer safe from the eagle

eyes of this roving reporter
Our old friend, Tom Smith, ,
showed up for work one morninglast
week all dolled up, even to a ?
.- .. necktie. About five minutes be- I I'r

fore time to go home, we spotteda I
t stain which looked suspiciouslylike
ron.w lip-stick on the sleeve of his s& I .
.
shirt. We were tempted not to _. __
r lliiili' mention our observations to Tom
and just let him walk into the TilE TANKS AND MAZE of pipe work in the top photo are not part of a distillery but the soft-
lion's den unawares. But we men ener room of the water plant at NAS. The new water plant located at Ranger and Birmingham was

.. -# have to stick together, so we sug- put in operation in September. It has a daily output of more than 4,000,000 gallons All water pumped I
gested that he could go by town into the distribution system here has been through the softening process as well as being treated to
above check valve on one of the softener tanks is
and buy a new shirt before going remove the sulphur odor Shown regulating a
home. All this reminds us that L. M Bennett. Below, J. W. Teate and Bennett check the output of the high and low lift pumps. -
------
-
i Tom was dubbed "Tree Top" bya
pretty young WAVE about two 1 InspectingThe
INSIDE
years ago. We never were able I GATE GOSSIP I
as to get to the bottom of that deallngiiHeriifg .
; -By Fred E. ClyneTo PUBLIC WORKSBy

our inquiries as to what the By AGNES I'ENDLK
people of Engineering are going JUANITA WISE InspectorsBy
Is Jackson going to beat Lee, tomorrow
to do over the Thanksgiving week- I evening nine
Last Thursday
? Dubb and Bob, the mail HELEN BLRNLTTE
end, we received varied answers engineers from Design stepped out
., twins, have us all puzzled,
room L, E. Jordon is taking that leave
to ban-
from just plain nothing every- together. The occasion was a
One all out for Jackson
are
day they "sweated out" and is
which he
i
thing in the book. They all come quet given by the American So-
and the next day one would
and that's EAT. been spending a great part of the time
out to one thing, ciety of Engineers. It has
would decimate the
think they per- "
Now this will come out just going the rounds that some of the Lee would be "hunting. Right on time this year
think
who didn
before Thanksgiving, so everyonewill wives were waiting up with their son Louie, with tnat gun, arent you?
the victor.
have time to think There rolling pins until 2 o'clock in the Be sure it's deer you are after and
are a great many people in this morning.. .. If you find that you have to ask not the dear little pets of the for-
Ruby Bennett a question and she est!
world who are not as fortunate as
Maint) really gota
Perkins
, we, so when we sit down Thurs- Mrs. (of the circus this answers, 'Hen, what did you A note of apology, please', to
big kick out I say?", don't be perturbed. She is a R. B. associate prin-
day to eat, let's really be thank- She said she had all the Chief Joyce,
year. little hard of hearing. It is surpris-
of Aircraft Over-
ful for what we have. cipal inspector
Practically everyone is going parched peanuts, cotton candy, ing how deaf she must be, for she haul Group. Even though we fail-
and soda she could eat and
pop alarm off in
out of town, so here's the ",cut- fails to hear her go ed to extend you a hearty welcomein

tlebutt." J. Q. Rumph is headedfor drink.Mrs. Hollis Peavy is the new I the morning.Last our column when you enteredour

Tampa to eat with his mother- member of the Material Section I Thursday morning Emily department several M.ionths
at this Thanksgiving in-law. :Better be careful, J. Q., or She replaced :Mrs. Terrano who Andrews and her riders were a wee ago, we are most happy to have
season, let us pause and take sol she will come home with you like resigned to meet her in-laws for bit late. It seems that Emily hasa you with us-you wolf!
emn stock of our blessings, for we Earl Pardue's mother-in-lavv did the first time. new 1946 Nash and she and the Chief Borcz doesn't have a per-
do have many. We are thankful to when he went to Georgia a couple : The Refrigeration Shop isn't crowd wanted to show it off. You nrunent "tilt" to him when he
have our veterans working in our of weeks ago. quite so secluded now. It was can easily tell Emily's riders nowadays walks-no sir-he was merely bur-
midst again; that so many escaped Willie Burch is going to Clin- moved from Building No 156 to as their shoes are brightly dened down with a pocketful of
injury, imprisonment, and death; ton, N. C. to bring back his wife, i 136 not long ago. matching the brilliant finish on dimes which was the "Jack pot"
that the recent hurricane missedus after she had a couple of months I Norma Lamparelli, (Transp) the car. collection from the slot machine .
and dissipated so rapidly; that vacation being away from him. transferred to Pete Capps office Connie Burns will soon be singing (One-Armed Bandit) in the Chief
we have our jobs and comfortable Where did you get the house, Bill? i in Green Cove Springs. Hmi!I I "On the Boardwalk in Atlantic Club. That also accounted for the
.. working* conditions; and that we Al Tuggle is going back to I The hunting season is in full City." Connie left us to be with smile on his face.
have our health. Let's adopt this as "them thar hills" again you and her husband who was transferredto What two handsome chiefs art
Messrs. Clark, Wright,
swing.
our slogan: "Say you are well and know, that 'Ham City" in Ala- I Megonigal (Maint.) went on a Atlantic City, New Jersey. A the proud owners of shiny new
all is well with you, and God will bama. Bob Griffin is headed for deer hunt down state last week. great many people will miss her. Hudson automobiles

hear ;jour words and make them that beautiful state of Virginia. As yet no one knows what they Have you tried a brisk walk in
true." Then, on to Tennessee. Have a got. sonnel regrets that Emily Freer the fresh morning air to relieve
Alvin Smith (Stock Control) is good time, Bob. "Nick" Pulignano has been sent to the hospital. that tired, worn-out feeling in the
on a three-week vacation at Wich- is going shopping after dark for Mr. Crevasse, ardent footballfan C. J. Hawkins (Engine Parts) is mornings, Chief Pavuk? Could it r
ita Falls, Texas, his former home. one of those long-legged birds, so is on leave, probably recuper- proudly displaying a newly-painted be your "military" watches are
lie Is visiting his father, aunt and he says. It's cheaper. ating from all the football game.he's car, his own accomplishment. getting you down?
brother, whom he hasn't seen in been attending. I Olive We welcome one newcomer this
VACATIONS Taylor
... four years It was his first flight. Thanksgiving game just to have I week: T. S. Pitts, AMMlc, who
had most inter-
Control) a
them sell out she to the ville, Georgia. Bill Waters (Stock
His plan was to scrutinize the me- as got l comes to us from Barbers Point,
chanics of the planes in order to window. Can't say that we blame (Stock Control) to Tampa. esting vacation trip by motor. She the Honolulu, T. H, and is aligned t j

learn at first hand the importanceof her! :Mary Murphy (Receiving) I George Gahagan (Stock Control) particularly enjoyed in and around visiting Rich- to Final Inspection. You might
,
plane parts, and thus is flying to Atlanta to attend the to Blackshear, Georgia Made historic spots the lovely gals music, etc.,
proper miss
I mond Williamsburg, Virginia, and
the dances Allen ((450 Section) to Quincy, t
his Georgia-Tech game, ,
his
better handle own job upon Washington including Mt. Vernon. but we hope you will enjoy jour .
: Florida.
and other college festivities dur-
return.THANKSGIVING FOOTBALL" ing Thanksgiving weekend.TIIANKfeUIVING I 'Our sympathy goes to Jay El- Then on to New York for ten days, work with us. .
O in the recent loss of where she attended many shows,
lis R &
Miller and Edna 1'LANH Hen ( ) 1 com
GAMES Lois He: Hello, :Mabel, may
and benefit
Brunson (Follow-Up) have tickets ry Behrens (Engine Parts) is all his mother. Jay had scarcely returned radio performances a tonight?
concert for the Italian Relief Society over
,. to the Jackson-Lee game and are set for a Thanksgiving turkey from Kentucky when the She: Sure, Bill, c'mon over.
Jackson We hear hunt Georgia.. Incidentally, the sad message came and he had, to ,at the Metropolitan Opera
pulling for % But this Isn't Bill.
I return. ,. .. Inspection Report is House. She returned, home via the He:{
that Clare Thomas (Correspondence turkejrs willi, be :wild', Joyce She This isn't Mabel either, but
1 I ) was irate after standing in Cowart (Stock Control) plans a glad to have Amy Shaver back Skyline Drive through' the Blue : .
:e four hours for tickets to the visit to her mother In Donaldson- after a minor operation. Per- Ridge Mountains. c'mon over.



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i '?. age Six NATTC JAX AIR NEWS SECTION 27 November 1946 .


r I TWINS INSTRUCTING AT CTO SCHOOL BOWLING ALLEYS-

,
OPEN; LEAGUE TO

:

BE STARTED SOON

..
4 F+ 1 NATTC' kegiers may now bowl .
to their hearts content. The bowl
"VyUIHHT TO DO! WHERE TO COl f ing: alleys opened 20 November,

t1iI and so far, has been heavily used.
1: Price for each game is 15c.

MOVIE SCHEDULE. The bowling season isn't official

NATTC ly open, but when it is, prizes will
} be awarded for: Officers High

i All 1400 movies have been cancelled except for non-workinj Game, Enlisted Man's High Game,
days) I and Ladies High Game.
F A Bowling League is to be form. ,,AI
, 1'IIUltSU.VhKING'S! HOW," starring Robert Cummings anc I I ed, and will get under way Just
: Ann Sheridan Shows at 1400, 1730 and 2000. I as soon as the various,Units form
..' F their teams and turn the names
, }1tlO.VSU S.-\TUlCU.-\V-"IU1TV ('CO-KD" with Jean Porter I into Mr. Sweeten at Bldg. 513.
!. and William Mason. Shows at 1100. 1730 and 2000. / Teams can practice almost any

SUNDAY-"TlIKY WKKK: SJSTKKS.' starring Phyllis Calvert time, and those wishing to d.) at
should call for
!f' and James Mason Shows at 1400, 1730 and 2000. alley reservationsat
8283 Practice times will bo
( MONDAY AM TUtSU.V"SOCTUUNt: ." featuring George limited, 1600 to 1730. Teams can ..
Ran and Lynn Ban!. Shows at 1730 and 2000 only. be mixed with Officers and En- ...
listed Men, with as many break
i WM)NKM>.\\-"I'LAINsvUKN AM Tilt K\DY with William downs as possible As many teams
Elliott and Vera Hruba Ralston. Shows at 1730 and 2000 only. "' can enter the League as want to,
.r [ including Officers, Warrants
TUUKSUAY-"AFFAIRS ()(o' GERALDINE," starring Jane With. from left to right, or right to left makes little differ- Chiefs, Schools, Divisions, Bar, ..
. era and Jimmy Lydon. Shows at 1730 and 2000 only. ence when trying to identify the Rummells twins Warren J and racks, Clubs, etc. The the .
more
Wayne R., instructors at the Control Tower Operators School here merrier.
FltlDtY' AND 8.TUIUY"S'I'I ,\NE WOMAN with lied)' at the Naval Air Technical Training Center. The Rummells twins
, Lamnrr and George Sanders! Shows on Friday at 1730 and 2000, and are so identical in looks actions and voice that even their friends The alleys are scheduled to be
on Saturday at 1400, 1730 and 2000.Yellow have difficulty in Identifying them. The Rummells twins were born open two days a week for ladies
In West Branch, Iowa, 19 years ago. After finishing West Branch only. The dates and times for this \
High School, Warren and Wayne entered the Navy and were sent to will be announced later. Mixed
Water San Diego for their boot training. When they completed their boot bowling is scheduled' for one nighta
training both boys were sent here for their basic' aviation training. week. ,
A THURSDAY -NO SHOW. Class 14 Aviation Fundamentals both Last week's "
After finishing they were selected high game was roll
.' lltlMXY AND S.\1'mIJAY-"ARlF. IRISH ROME: ," with Joanne for Control Tower Operator School. Because of their excellent ed by W. W. Moses, Sic, of Welfare
1, Dru and Michael Chekhov. marks both boys were retained for instructional purposes. When who toppled the pins for a
their two year cruise is over the Rummells twins intend to enter the mean 226. We wonder if he tur-
,. SUNDAY "KING'S ROW." starring Robert Cummings and Ann same college and major!in the same courses.THANKSGIVING keyed out"
.. _
ill' _____ I 1 .
"" Shertdin.MONDIY. ------
the list of well-known AEM Seattle (SEA) Larry-High-
[ AND TUtSIY.Iuny. ()(>-KD," with Jean Porter yPAR sonalities Is LT. (JG) per-1 tower, veteran of World War I, .
and William Mason.WhUNKSDAY. : USN. Mr. Brunson in addition to and ex-Montanan cowpuncher,
his many responsibilities as Per- I started pushing a wheelbarrow
"
R : ; "TilBY WKKK SISTERS, starring Phyllis Cal sonnel Officer, is Ass't. coach of around the world and expects to

W vert and James Mason ATtL the AEM Sparkles, and I might I' end his globe-circling tramp in J2 (e

Tlll'IODAY' NO SHOW.THINGS add, Milli! Amps "shoulder" ? years. Come Helen Highwater? .
A.,. When ideas are Jow, his keen --
sense of humor and personalitysoon I with this class. Hoping yu'all have

TO DO-ABOARD no doubt, makes the sparks fly. It is I a wonderful Thanksgiving!
rumored that a special breed of -
: IIOBRY SHOP Monday through Friday, will bring nostalgic memories of of lean dogs are his hobby during :: IJAX AW NEWS
to
home and the folks many
: 2130, Saturday and Sunday 1300-2130. our men, BUT the ThanksgivingMenu the winter months. He is very I NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL
Bldg. 411. Wing No. l. should certainly cheer the proud of his pretty little, 18 TRAINING CENTER
1700t" months old girl who to be I
seems
a
FLEET'S: INN-Beer sold nightly heart of the many men who stay Captain Howard V. Kopkiiu, USN. ,#
off
"chip the old block
! Bldg. 517. Sandwiches and snacks available. aboard for their Holiday Dinner.Just : AEM I Commander Commanding Kolwrt P. Bwbe. USN,
Missing an Football
. Service feast your eyes on the following gameis I Executive
behind Ship's
BO\\ ING-Six alleys bad, but having to the I
miss Editorial
ri Saturday, chow list: Tomato Soup, Offices for NATTCSection
able to all personnel Monday through Game with TOA is almost I
if set own pms. Roast Turkey Cranberry Sauce, I enough Rooms 137 and 138
1700-2130 Free bowling you your
Dressing Mashed Potatoes, Can to make you want to tear up your I Administration Building 500-A. oJ-
, 15c a line for pin boys. leave. Anyhow here's Tel.
died Sweet Potatoes Asparagus, hoping Ext. 208
J' Corn, Salad!, Hot Rolls, Pumpkin that we (Sparkles) are still on'' E. W. Andrews, Lt. ConiJr. ChCI.)
S\\'J\IMINO-All! Outdoor Pools' Closed) Indoor
( Advisor
and Coffee Yum, top after Tuesday's
' Pie, nuts, yum game. |I. Arthur KouUoiukoli Sic ,
':. Pool Bldg. 614, Recreational Swimming. Monday. does anyone want seconds? Number one man of Class E-6 Editor; *

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 0900 to 1200. Monday Seem' this menu, artistically I is Dreher V. H. with an averageof RoUirt Sports J. Wvhlinir Writerrhiitoumpht Sto
through Friday, 1800 to 2015. Saturday 1000 to 1200 printed for sending to friends: I 858 Down the line Is Burka,
I 1300 to 1600, 1700 to 2015. Sunday 1200 to 1600, 1700 which the Commissary kindly sent : P.. and Williams Wm STEELK.E Male by NAS .Photo Lab A A*. FundSihu.il I I

; to 2015.MU to me, Thanksgiving I am reminded Dinners of the mammoth that- L Sparky end man graduates. -: : Photo Lib. ... .,

h ---r
, of the civilians enjoyed TOB ROLLS ALONG
many I
1C-Anyone interested in joining the NATT
back whenwe
the
I \ during war way _
. Cats Orchestra, contact T. F. Raye at Barracks 465. didn't get the day otf, remem- '

NVrrc LIBRARY Located in Auditorium. jer'' Incidentally has anyone
Jt
thought about the poor kicked-
}: Open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 0300 to around butcher baker, and dishwasher
that not has to cook
! 2100. Wednesday, 1230 to 2100.' Saturday and Sunday only
the big dinner but rat it, and
1230 to 2100. wash the dishes as well'

I AIIII.KIIC GEAR Available at Gear Locker, The law says that THROTTLE

Physical Training Department Bldg. 513. Stevens is now a man, having .. ...
i passed his 21st birthday, Tuesday *
BOXINGSmoker3 held regularly. Anyone Interested the 26th. Many happy! returns
l in participating, contact Chief Al Sinibaldi Throttle! Now you have to watch
of the P.T. Department. out for those dotted lines, and be

'JoSNIS-Racquets; and balls: available at Physical sure and vote for the right man.
In keeping with the spirit of
Training Bldg 513. the Thanksgiving season, Mill!
'HOTU.U.14-lntra-m\1ralt.: Games: held on Mondays: Wednesdaysand : Amps wishes to express apprecia- w
Fridays, 1600, on field bordered by Allegheny Road. ion to the personnel of this .
school who have taken such an No
WHERE TO GO-ASHORE active interest in this column. It
is impossible to contact all personnel -
JACKSONVILLE BKACIIKS-Biues leave at frequent intervals during the week, so if any '
from new bus station at Clay and Adams (sain e as Navy). Surf bath- one would like to submit a bit of '"#
,.
ing and other recreation at one of worlds finest ocean beaches. Bus I II "info" interesting to the school, TOll CURRKNTLY KATKI as the top powerhouse team in
fare 2"c. I concerning personnel or instruc- the Intramural League, won its game over TEB by a score of 6 to
U.NOI'ISG'ISIUNG': AND BOATING: Cedar River on San I than, please do so. Just drop! the 0. Shown above is: Tagliaferri, driving through the middle of the line
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore BJ! three blocks from last stop on "dope" in an envelope and Rambo for gain in the recent game. A little ahead of him and running In. ,
San Juan. Row Boats-two hours, 50c; canoes-$1.00 per hour; motor or Miss Patrick will be glad to teiference, is teammate Jim Collins, fullback. TOB faced TEA yesterday -
boats-$2.00 per hour, five to eight people per boat. I forward. I Tuesday)I. but the account of the game was too late to
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FROM AVIATION FUNDAMENTAL SCHOOL Roee For leogue CrowD


. to keep a record of their progre"saa

well as to note any discrerancles To Marines And TAT
Lose
f. which show up on the grad ;

sheet The student must keep In TAr Still Among Top Teams
time in At
Woods had
mind that it is his privilege\ to call a trying ,

t on the test unit supervisor to clan lanta. At least he was always try :I Showing a well balanced attack, -- - ----- -- (,

tt ify any discrepancies which show ing to get a "date with Hipchen'slittle loadei; and several good runners, the TO I terback Eiler passed to end Cunningham

t up on the grade sheet, (2) grade "Baldy Seems trinkets he and squad defeated the XO Division by : in the end zone for a
little <
with
are checked constantly to show her down a score of 13 to 0 last week or
tokens of love from a jewelry; 1 I touchdown. Attridge knocked
which students are failing and the Athletic Field. XO's defense
1 these students are_then called In 1 store, and she thanked him pro I' stood out particularly well the down the pass on the try for extra

by the training board to determIne fusely, but stood him up ever; whole game, but the offense was point.In .

the cause of low marks, ((3)) time. Good kid. Woody bathed hii not clicking at all. TOA proved itself the second quarter the, Marines
grades are furnished to the selection sorrows and spent his time witl a contender for the League
his friend Stevie. Stevie hag a shoveled the coal on, and a
f ,
board and
K and assignment championship, in this game, only
'A play an important role in the assignment car and likes to get around. However to lose the rating in their game badly shaken TOA squad had a

; of the student to an "!.' he play the fife and Wood; Monday night with the Marines,,, hard time holding them down

school (Student should know tha stayed full of Mountain Dew- to< who pulled one of the surprise upsets The Marines had the ball on their

other things -being equal, the stu be able to stand the practicing, I of the year in defeating TOA
will Thomas rode around in thevai own 38 and after two unsuccessful
dent with the better grades : by a score of 12 to 0.
get the first nod on his choice of and hit the spots, but Stevie's mu : passes and a two yard run, Del-
school and ((4)) all grades are av sic had no appeal. That "Spirit ot.: I TOA was put into a scoring Greco punted to mid-field TOA
of the XO in the
eraged by subjects and plotted fo '76" stuff does go a long way I position game was forced to kick once more,
minutes of the first
closing period and MAD took over on their 14.
curve tendencies so that graph Friend Joey is not only pla 'lng I
and reports may be sent out to second fiddle-he's last man in the< when an Armes punt was After another exchange of punts,
blocked and the Ord-
partially that
kick
the various supervisors to shov back row. Weller sent a booming
them results of their efforts. The last Smoker was a huge< nancemen took over on the XO finally rolled dead on the Marine o

.. success as far as the bouts wen 26. Wable, left half, sprinted oH 4 yard line, where the Marines
Third, a record is maintained on tackle for 11 yards and Weller ,
concerned, but the cold weather drove 96 yards on just 9 flays
each student during hip stay in Av to the five,
continued the drive
crowd Arrangements ; for their second touchdown It was
v. toHA\ the piivuege ot of the kept most of the away.
Fund School. The XO
purpose There, the XO line held and alternated
made Verbanic and DelGn'co1".0 -
announcing that WILKINSON, are now being <
record is to furnish the (selectioi
Robert C S2c made High Honor board with all to hold the future Smokers in the< took over on downs. on the running from their

t this week in AF-11 His average and sible assignment Information concerning pos the Auditorium. Let's turn out am After two futile attempts to run own 4 to the TOA :34, where "R tl"

was 88.98';' which is really student. This information consistof latch on to a bunch of good bouts out of the hole, Armes punted to Eiler took to the air and )*.sflf'd

fine 'work Wilkinson comes the student's choice of rate prior !- aral yell the Yellow Water Gladi mid-field, where Attridge of TOA, to Connelly on the 16 The same

from Baltimore, Maryland; and to attending Aviation Fundamentals ators into a win proceeded to put XO back on the Eiler to Connelly combination

" his home town can really be School; at the end of twi Dottie and Pete returned from defensive by returning the punt clicked once more, and was good;

proud of him His first choice I weeks of school, and in the ninth their little sojourn in Iowa. Seems 39 yards to the XO 11. There Att for a touchdown. The half tndt'd

of "A" school was Aerographer's I week of school; his personnel classification it wu a trifle on the cold side for ridge and Weller took turns toting just as the Marines kicked off .

7 date and we can say for certain "609" form; recommenda the little Florida gal, and she the skin to the five Lawrence after their touchdown

that he will be 'in the next lions from instructors of the Avi stayed close to the refrigerator to crossed pay-dirt standing up. Att- The second half found the.Ord-

convening class. Wilkinson also ation, Fundamentals School; and warm herself with the ice cubes, 'ridge made good the extra point nancemen in better shape, and

enlisted on the 18th of June, grades: earned in the AvFuni That proves that Love does not and the score as the first hall I the first few plays had the spark

1046 He doesn't plan to make a School, prior to his interview.The conquer all!! We know that new ended was 7 to 0. I that had seen them beat TOB,
career out of the Navy, but then TCT and XO. The fast moving
beat freez
love will not a I
warm The
test unit feels that It offer I second and last score of the
again he isn't sure He plans togo climate. Isn't science wonderful fiibt half had left its mark and
valuable service to the schoo ing minutes '
in the
a came opening
to John Hopkins University learn something game neither team came too close to
And don't we
and it sincerely wishes to cooper of the fourth period, after XO had i
:
is for
after his enlistment up : TOA vainly tried long
I 1 new' every day Yes, we do, scoring.
.
with all hands. wall their eight
ate its back to the on
in Mechanical Engi-! but failed to connect for
J a course little kiddies, we do!! passes
I yes
kick the
mering Bowling: is 'one of his SHIP'S COMPANY: still hasn't found that yard line. A poor put any distance The Marines also

chief hobbies, and If he can bowl Our good buddy Wasko M. D, Dorothy so let's get hot on find- ball on the 16 where TOA startedits took to the air, but were well

like he can study, he ought togo AFClc has given up. Yep, thi; apartment for; her After all, her bus final goal line drive. O'Neal covered. The final gun found the
I Saturday he's to be married ing one carried to the five, and one play
: far. coming band-to-be sells women's shoes; ball on the Marine 45 and the Marines -
at die Chapel NA! 'later, cracked the line from the
to Margie
the end of 12 to 0
on top a
wife is ir
like
looks
if it
-.- at 0900. It was a hard fight Marge, so, your 2 for six more points. The try I I score.
winter-trade
but glad you made it All yen for cold feet this for the extra point was no good ,
TAF personnel interested, had bet your apartment for some new and the game ended 13 to 0 for TAF Ruins TCT's Chances .
shoes for the kid Sell the shoe
ter drop around the Catholic Chapel TOA The three way tie between TAP
, and the booze, and everybody
'H I just about that time and kei buy TCT and TOA was broken last
I makes out. Simple, isn't It ? I Spectators hardy recognized
what a neophjtic Brown-bagge:: Thurber and Johnson are encroaching TOA as the same team in last week, when TAF defeated TCT
looks like "Just after". Lots of TOA-Marine tussle. The by a score of 13 to 0 last Friday
I Monday's
neutral They
in zone
luck kids, we're all for It. By thi a their second i at the Athletic Field. That gives
decided to cut into :Moe Marines, in victory
oJ : way, who reigns supreme in thi Bruch's have territory-.the used car I of the season, choked TOA's every I,1 TCT a 2 won, 2 lost and thereby
'Sea Story depaitment I only a remote chance to finish in
field. I think that they will\ b<' attempt, and went on to win
.
the teams of the
top league
strong contenders for the throne by a 12 to 0 score.

HANGAR 140 NEWS if the dealers now occupied b>' I TAF scored its touchdowns in
The Marines received the -
The Aviation Seamanship Phase opening the second and fourth quartets of
friend Moe Not only are they and ,
I kickoff spearheaded by
'Is doing very well and the Student's the game.
start out
establishedthey
firmly
DelGreco and Verbanic, moved the
grades scent to be getting with a Packard, no less Yi, Yi, Yi,, TOA line from the MAD 31 to In the second quarter, TCT was

better and better due undoubtedly Moe'! And you said you are goingto I the Ordnance 47. DelGreco then : far down in TAF territory, where

v ., I to a new class) average graph hang onto your latest inveslment was forced to punt after the Ma- they tried a forward pass which

posted in the coordinating office, Lest we forget "Thar's rines' attack bogged; down, and was intercepted by Dowd, the TAF
,
building 158. This graph shown Gold in them thar wheels!" TOA took over on their own 26. quarterback, who, seeing that he
how the grades of each section I would be tackled, lateraled off to
the cook, lost a bet on
Woody,
compare with previous 1assII.-'It he is TOA managed to carrythe ball Thomas who hugged the (lilltlmf\)
also reflects the efficiency of the a football game, and now one yard in three attempts and and went 90 yards for a touchdown :

section's instructions, which In as bald as a cue ball. Bet or nobt't. Weller's kick was blocked, givingthe I Dowd missed the kick for
think he should have hedged
turn Is causing enthused competition I Marines the ball on the TOA the extra point.
between instructors and classes. on It. This cold snap will be rough 24 I
28. DelGreco took it to the ,
Woody. The first time the heat is I In the fourth quarter, climaxinga
and then, on the next play, Quar- ,
50-yard march, Dowd threw a
STUDENT NEWS off in the barracks (like it alwaysis
------------ -------- --- -- Wilcox
in Barr. "G"), you'll wake up pass to which was good
r i A FI7 continues to set a hot with the old sconce as cold as a a guy an excuse for"not going out : for 25 yards and a touchdown.

... lira I IN Jack K. Hie made an pace in the Av-Fund off Duty dead lamb's tongue Break out the In the fresh air. Bring on your I Dowd place-kicked the extra point

.. average of 8889 which makes Athletic League. The teams have watch .cap, boy, and in the future frostbite and chilblains We'll) take and the score stood 13 to 0, the

him second honor man of the I lost two games to date and madea always bet on the winner. the winter!! Incidentally, you just final score

week. He hails from Independent clean sweep of games last Winter will soon be upon us. have twenty-eight (128)) days to I/agu Mandtnri

Kansas. He Joined the navynn week to lead the "A" league with The flies are all coming inside to get those Christmas gifts Don't Teem Won Lout 1'tt. TP OP
the 18th of June, 1946, for a 6 wins against no defeats.In the heaters hit a drug store the night before TEA 2% >A .833 110 *
get warm, and are
TOB ,
4
1 .00 U 13:
of two Here in a the "B" League AK-15 andAFH them and
period years. : Christmasget now TAF
being turned on in every housein I I 1 .7RO Hi 1
lad with heavy plans for the are tied with 4 wins and 2 avoid the rush! We recommend TOA I t .600 US 81
Florida. No longer may we seethe
future. After his enlistment Is losses apiece.. Bourbon for all adults and any Marines 2% Jij .too 26 26
e W up he plans to attend Massachusetts frosty fingers of Autumn turn children that are past the weaning TCT I t goo JB 20
"A" LEAGUE 10
ing the cool green leaves to their I 2 t .400 12 HI
: Institute of Technology Team Won Lost lovely colored hues, no longer can stage! W. C Fields and the writers '.mlinici excludes last night nil.1mrortunt ..
for a course in nuclear AF-17 6 0 'bid you a fond adieu until next frame between TEA and TO H. TAI
we look forward to attending football .
.
I and TEB h v dropped out ol the LfHguo
psysics. His first choice of "A" A F.21 4 2AF19 week S'long, we gung gawn. .
games with just a bottle. Now, due to luck ot r..el'Vea.i .
school was Photographer Mate 1 6 ? we'll have to take a topcoat, a -
He will leave for Yellow Water AF-18 2 4 i TOUCHDOWN BOUND I
., blanket, and a bottle Heaters will
for a three weeks course in the "B" LEAGUE
do a lot for a car, and a good botTom
Gunnery phase of AvFund. Then
Team Won Lost
and Jerry does wonders for a
after completion he will find
AF-15 4 2
man. Good old winter time, gives
himself on the Pensacola, Fla. AF-14 4 2
'
draft bound for PhoM school.! He AF-13 2.4 team ;sounding out its first weekof

has had 8 years experience as AF-16 2.4 practice with many candidatesout .,

an amateur shutter bug Radio In last Tuesday's games AF-17 for the five starting positions.

maintenance electronics and made a clean sweep by bt'atlngAF19 All AF students who would like

chemistry seem to fascinate him. 33 to 0, in touch football, to try out for the team are urgedto e '

and 8 to 0 in softball. AF-17 also do no. The team practices each

A\lFuD\I Twit Unit won a slim victory from AF-19 afternoon between 1600 and 1730 i

in volleyball. at the bldg. :513.
"' gym n"i
The Test Unit of the Aviation
Other results in Touch Football .
Many cagers are already sharp-
Fundamentals School serves a ,
I : AF-18 beat AF-20, 20 to 0; ening basketball, which Mill soon rw
number of purposes. First of all,
AF-14 nosed out AF-16, 2 to 0; be added to the AF Off Duty
it offers a means of providing a @
centralized testing program wheieall I AF-15 turned back AF-13, 12 to 0. League. Each class will be expected

In softball AF-18 won a forfeit to turn out a team for this
tests are similar in form and
game from AF-20; AF-16 also won league.
they may be prepared in the short
from AF-14. FOOTBALL NEWS-- '
The two
est possible time. By using objective games played "1'' F-: t <
type tests we are able to have turned out to be walkawaysfor AF Students are well represented '41 an. -

tent graded by the IBM department AF-15 and AF-17. AJo .15 beat on the TAF Division Football
papers
.. thereby conserving Jnetru AF-13, 6 to 2, while AF-17 wast ream There are 15 of themall

tiers' time and eliminating any sting AF-19 8 to 2. good football players and competitive

partiality an instructor might There were only two gamf'splayeU sportsmen who sacrifice muchof \

Dhow for a student. Still more important in the volleyball league. In their free time to attend daily

an analysis may be made the games played AF-17 teat AF. practice sessions. The seven play-

of the test which is used to show 19 and AF-16 won from AF14. ers from AF-16 are: E. F. Turner, XO DIVISION went down to defeat at the hands of TOA by a

where instruction is good, adequate The other two games were forfeit M. J. Thomas, E. F. Anderson, C score of 13 to 0, but it wasn't Jim Droll's fault of XO, pictued above

or in need of improvement. ed. R. Wagner, J, K. Harms, J. J Droll is shown headed for a brief gain around his own right end in

Secondly, a complete record ,of This Saturday will find a new Vaciaro, and J, J. Scolpino. B. JPickens the recent game. The XO offense couldn't seem to get rolling at a

all grades is available at all times team competing for top scoring and R. H. Davis are in fair pace, and the backs were bottled up the whole game. Both

These grades offer a variety of ionor's. The team is AF-21, andit &F-20. AI<'-13 has four men: B. L. TOA's and XO's defenses were near impenetrable but TOA's vaunt.

uses. Among them are:-"((1)) stu- is expected that it will give the Minor, oJ, K..Oliver, W H. Barrett, ed offense was too much f"r XO_ TO,A needed the victory to stay;,

dents art issued a net of grades (other teams in the loop plenty of and J. A. Malcolm: R. H. Fall halls among the top in the Le'jua bituidirgtt.l One contender, TCT, wan

.which are identical to,those in the (Lompetitiojn.: 'lorn claws AIMS, and W, A.. eliminated from the U


te..t unit Students arc then able The NATTCenter basketball night climes from AF-21. n.< l4,i3: to 0. '
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PIGSKIN II I PRE-SEA50N PRACTICE PRACTICE BEGINS


FOR 1946 WAVESBASKETBALL


PARADE 1 TEAM


fly KILL KCIIL, S2c i Basketball returned recently to

the NAS Jax sports scene.. but not

I only to the varsity quintet. The
With
politicians griping because
station WAVES are again form-
they received end zone tickets for
: ing a basketball sextette Yes
the Army-Nav game, and Illinois
I sextette, for girls' basketball (is
celebrating its win of the Big
played with six cage members.
Nine title and a possible Rose Bowl) '
Their initial practice was held
bid, ole King Football into tx'i
moves .
Auditorium
i last week at the Mainside
its final week of pigskin playing under the direction and

Not including the post-season coaching of "Skipper" Edge All

Bowl contests, football has com- A WAVES are urged to join the
I squad, "Skipper" said, and officers -
pleted one of its most startling
and enlisted girls will be eligible -
seasonsa season full of upsets LM ,
for the team The bigger the

and packed with great stars. S : squad, the better the team," she

Army and Navy lee off for their added.

nth meeting in their bitter service The WAVES varsity squad will
fool ball rlvalrj at Philadelphia 1 play games against rival stationsI

Sahlrlla)'. There are some I and against civilian outfits aboard

who say- authorities should be p the base and at other stations.

charged Mith manslaughter In ptrnilttlng 1 I WAVES games will be played en!
the oft-beaten Middle to preliminaries to the regular Station .
go onto the dame field( \\ Ith the Flier events. All WAVES who

undefeated Cadets. One! thing Y> : are Interested in the basketball
v)hlrh will be in favor of the Mid- s w Y
Sies I U the fact havea n __..____'.5'___._ I program may reach Skipper Edge
that they'll
8289. Several of the
by phoning
ACTION IN Tilt varsity bas
new mascot! behind them. iov',
ketball try-outs has reached" a outstanding girl basketball sextcttes -
Coke Stevenson
of Texas sent anew
of the state and
-
new high. as the squad: has neighboring
mean goat to the Acatlemyafter states will meet the lo< als this
he had mclvod a pica from been" cut to two dozen ball players -

the* :Middies for the "toughest, and all are prett evenly season
.smelliest! and meanest goat" he matched, In the top photo. left The Station WAVES during the

could find fur next Saturday'sArmyNavy I the cagemen are battling for the 1911-15 season were undefeated in
game"t'll with this I rebound during practice last ringing up 11 straight wins over
I week at Mainside Auditorium In t vaunted girl teams, Last season
rugged goat backing them the s tt
Middles are in for a real exhibition : the picture at top right this! they ended up with 12 wins! ana

of pigskin play, with Davis, I cagers shot was blocked and is eight setback
Blanchard, Tucker and the whole being knocked down by two -- ----

Army line putting it on gratis. opponents. Plenty of hard work
Woe for the Middle! I has been the main item of scrim I IINAS ITOUCH VARSITY
mage, with most of the bas t
After watching Johnny Sauer
ketballers getting back in shape MEETS BANANA
leading the attack for the Ft. Ben-
and working off excess weightIn
ning Doughboys against Jax-Navy. I
the bottom photo, two tall
its hard to understand why Sauer I RIVER TUESDAY
centers ranging about 6 4
stayed at West Point and played
Jump for the tip-off in a practice
understudy for Glenn Davis when I Tripped in its initial encounterof
session. Both men will be vital the season the NAS Jax touch
he could have easily been totin' the
leather for college eleven in cogs in the Flier machine this football eleven is preparing itself
any
winter when the locals meet out-
the nation. Surely, had he played for the scheduled game with Banana -
standing service and college elevens -
on a college eleven, he would have River next Tuesday
the nation The
racked up All-American honors throughout With little less than a week to
for the local
but he chose to be a soldier instead starting line-up pick a team, Chief Crews and
quintet this season will be
Toby Reid used the league-leading
around the 72-inch mark
Marines to meet Cecil Field last
,
Local Jaxons:: claim Sauer has" -
been the best grldder to walk on Thursday. Although the Marines
to the field Municipal Stadium I lost a heartbreaker to the Cecil

and that's rating him over Charley eDgerS setting Into ShapeFor Field eleven, 14-7, play proved to

Trlppl who played there about be rough in a game which most

three seeks ago. Of course, paced people consider easy to play. Cecil
bj a line led by former All- scored in the second period on a

American guard Johnny Green, 1946. 47 Boskelboll Season two-yard aerial and again late
who ('a lIt alt1l011rmy's championship in the game in the third stanzaon

squad last 81'a90n. it's a 14-yard toss.

no wonder Saner passed and ran at --- --- - -I I The Marines scored in the set

will. Working hard under the watch- ond frame on two end sweeps and

Since the Rose Bowl officialsand AvFund Student ful eye" of their coach, Comdr. Kay Weather Stymies on a 10-yard pass. Both teams!

closed Big Nine contract bosses for have five signeda years, Wins Prize For Pflum, the NAS Jax Fliers are Play I In I Infra- the were Cecil fairly Field evenly squad matched was ,ably-but

it looks as if Illinois Universityand slowly rounding into shape for coached and had a couple of long:

UCLA will tangle come 1 Jan- Bowling Score their coming season with outstanding Station ContestsRain practice sessions under its belts,

uary. UCLA dumped Southern Cal college and service fives I The Marines have been playing in

13-6 last Saturday to win the Pa- M Rosenthal, Sic, was the win- : and ole man weather lim- i the intra-station touch league
cific Conference title and Rose ner of the tennis racquet offeredby throughout the nation, The local ited action in the intrastationtouch !, but have not been together long

Bowl bid. The fightin' Illini of the Welfare Department for Flier quintet has been cut to an football league last week, I enough to have a stable eleven.

Coach Ray Elliot tripped an in- the highest score bowled last even two dozen men, and from I and since this week is a short one, The local outfit was scheduledto

jury-ridden Northwestern Wildcat week Rosenthal, who is in the these 21 the Flier cage squad of I play will resume next Monday to I meet St Simons yesterday in a I
eleven 20-0 to march into its TAF Division in Aviation Fundamentals determine the loop leader in the' conference tilt Members of the I
will be chosen.Menator
first Western Conference football bowled 231 to lead all 1916-17 I first half play of the league. After I station touch league, who have

championship since 1928 and a other keglers at the Mamside Pflum's hopes soared the league has completed the first t I been outstanding in league play
berth in the bowl game at Pasadena Bowling Alley. somewhat last week when it was I round, a round robin will be held I have been picked to play on the
learned that Harry Platt, who to determine the champ
Bowling leagues are being formed I I varsity touch outfit.
starred the Flier outfit last
on Members of the teams have beenpicked
Michigan trounced a hapless at Mamside with the WAVESand
Ohio State eleven, 58-6. If Illinois VSB unit already having i season, would be available this to play on the varsity; RETURNEErTH
had fallen to Northwestern the formed their teams. The WAVESuse I year Platt underwent an opera-' touch team which will meet I --- I
Wolverines would have-clipped off the alleys on Tuesday eve tion on his shoulder after the 46 teams of the CNAAdTra league. I
season and it was doubtful if the
the title and bowl bid. The slaughter II nings and the VSB unit uses The Marines continue to hold I
200-lb would be
the Crislermen inflicted on theO them on Wednesday nights. i husky around for the guard coming winter. down first place in the touch'

H, S. squad availed them little, I Those interested in forming Harry formerly played at Northwestern league and should have little trou-
.
bowling teams can leave their and Florida Universities ble next week in winning the loop.

BIG CUN names with the men in charge at and played on the NTC outfit at Their real competitor for first
place is the VSB unit, also undefeated
--= the desk. I Miami While playing at TJTC. .

some of his teammates were two
since Illinois won their encounter outstanding stars from Notre The league continues to produce _

over the Wildcats. I Dame Johnny Lujack, and Leo' thrills galore for the players,

Georgia coasted to its ninth Kher, and another Indiana ace, coaches and the faithful spectatorswho

straight win, and is now prepar- Ernie Andres They lost one game line the two gridirons on the

ing for its traditional clash with that year, dropping a close one Mat athletic area to watch their

once-beaten Georgia Tech. Trippl, to NAS Jax, Now Coach Pflum their teams in action-packed
w. with Ail-American clippings stuck has two men to build his team I games. Games are scheduled to

around him, should meet his roughest around, T. S. Ary, and Platt : start at 1700 daily, with two

foe in the Yellow Jackets If Inter-squad games have dom- games being plaved

the Bulldogs bump off the Tech- inated most of the varsity lrllc-1 Standings of the six teams in

men, Trippi and Co. are a cinch tlce the past week. The cagemen the loop are (first) Marines and .a

i for a post-season bowl bid. have not started on plays or formations I> VSB, tied, (second) VM, (third) r

Sev 'n Dixie) "pro*| e<'t''" are I as yet, but in a week or.. Supply fourth) Ordnance, and
I
Mill in the fight for the Gator so the pflummcn will be busy at (filth> Dispensary

Howl to be held in Jacksonville, work getting ready for their ini- II .

Georgia Georgia Tech, Tennessee", tial game, little less than two STATION CIVILIAN

North Carolina, LSU, MississippiState weeks! away The schedule is still "
and North Carolina State. incomplete, but should be ready GOLF CLUB TO HOLD --\"S-; 11 0 U L I)-t; I i optia; on

.s n They remain the foremost candidates for publication in the next issue: TOURNAMENTPresident earlier this year made Harry
i MSHININQ under consideration for bowl TURKEY Platt husky guard of the '15-16
Practice Is to the public
bids. With the hose Bowl shut to open Flier doubtful returneeto
quintet a
and the local hoopsters work out B. W, Bradshaw has
It that the the Flier line-up for this
Dixie
outfits appears daily at the Malnside Auditoriumfrom announced that the Naval Air Golf
Gator and Oil Howl season. But the operation was
Sugar/ Orange,
1630 to 1830 Club (civilian) will hold its an-
'U1 t lJ'tf' Jo will wage a hot fight now for the successful, and Platt will be ably
nual Tournament" duringthe
LIGHT in the Jax- Southern and (southeastern Con Coach Pflum has his squad "Turkey used by the cagers this fall
month of December The tour-
working with the fast break and
Platt played ball at Northwestern -
fert'ncejIIUlul'l
football eleven's offense :
Navy
annual affair for
set offense. With a team nament is an
One of the hottest football cage and Florida Universities" be-
for the two has
past games around the six foot mark members only Winner, runner-up,
ranging the and
fore was
which is bound to attract joining Navy
been Howard Hansen, above. The games
and consolation prize for each
Marine filer scored the deciding plenty of attention in Jax:, is the I the Pflummen should have little one of the main cogs in the
I trouble In working the ball under flight will be a turkey. The lucky last
Jackson-Lee tilt to be played to Fliers impressive season
touchdown against Memphis,
the basket, where they have a prize winners will receive their Now the Jax
are
scored morrow. The tickets were sold long year. : cagemen
and Saturday night one
of locals tallies with a circus ago, and a top capacity crowd U couple of 6'4" boys roving in the awards in time to prepare them for able to build around two vets
the Christmas feast
catch in the end zone and ac- promised. From here, it looks likea pivot and forward posts. His from last year's team T. 3. Ary
counted for another by a clothes toss-up. guards will easily tend to hit tbe Anyone interested in joining the and Platt and with these two,

line heave to Walt Davenport as With the working day coming toa 72-Inch mark and his forwards club may get full particulars by the Jaxmen should rank up front

the Jaxmen bowed to the power- close it's time to secure so_ will ease somewhat over the six- calling n D. Pinney at extension aa one of the leading service

ful Ft. Benning Juggernaut. take it away, KilroyUl!!I foot barrier, 221 or 2-7100 after 1630. fives in the nation.r .