Group Title: Buccaneer (Vero Beach, Florida)
Title: The buccaneer
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Title: The buccaneer
Uniform Title: Buccaneer (Okinawa Island, Japan)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Creator: United States -- Army Air Forces. -- Air Force, 10th
United States -- Army Air Forces. -- Air Force, 10th
Publisher: I & E Section, Hq Co, Tenth Army for the members of Hq, Hq Co, and Sp Trs
Place of Publication: Okinawa Island, Japan
Okinawa Island, Japan
Publication Date: February 3, 1944
Frequency: daily
regular
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Subject: World War, 1939-1945 -- Newspapers   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okinawa Island (Japan)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Japan -- Okinawa Island -- Okinawa-shi
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1945. Ceased on Oct. 15, 1945.
General Note: "Scoops for the troops."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 116 (Sept. 5, 1945).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00102950
Volume ID: VID00003
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 42868813
lccn - sn 99064069

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the carrier u~nd destroyers w~ere summ-rn
oned to the scene.
Tw~o destroyers were ofydered to tclke
up the hunt, znd one of them establish
ed contact writh the undersea crroft at
1114 and launched the first deplth-
chtrge attack.
Navy? Department records characterize
the attacks by the first destroyer as
"very effective in causingp the initial
idumage to the submarine" atnd assert
that they wocre "very well conducted
as a whole and were'c highly contribu-
tory to the destruction of the sub-
Sme i ne. "
Grammin %I~LDCATS fromn the carrier
sighted the sub LCtain Efter the
de.pth chartIS at~tLckl but i~t submerged
b,!fore theC pilots could att~ck;.
An oil slick enzbl;od th~e destroyers
Ito maintain contact with the submeorged
U-boiot thlroughout thle afternoon, for
it was tpprarnt it had been damaged
Badly by the Micricans iat the~ ve~ry
outset.
Thea accompanying destroyer clso
continued the ttack-aind dopth-cha-rged
/the submarine after nighbtfull.
Great pa~tch~es of oil were clourly
daiscernible in thle moonlight as the
idestroy~ers pursued thre sarchsz for the ,
undrsea craft. The small of oil was
in th e ir, also, SO the3Y kno-w the U-
boat was close by.
The second destroyer depth-char~ged
the submr~eine around midnight, efter
neing a new contact. Lter thes U-
Goat surfaLced to chai~rge its batteries
end, in the moonlight, its conning
bower and wake wljre sighittd by the
destroyer's lookouts.
Lookouts on the submarine saw the
destroyer simlultaneouskr, iand the U-
Joat submerge~d. A shbell fired by the
surace croft orplo~dd close by the
andersea craft, Fndl the~ d-Lstr~oyer thon
cored over the! srot and droppd depth
others.
The U-Tboat was blasted to the sur-
face b.7 the intensified attack.
Five minutes later-around noon-the
submarine, still under attack, sank as
a reult of the damage inflicted.


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D. T. DAY,
Commander, USJ,
Commanding Officer.

Baxter M, HAYNES,
Lieutenant, USNR,
Ex~ecutive Officer.


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A German U-boa~t has been sunk~ in
the ;.tlantic Oce~an, after a 27-hour
battle, in whi~3ch plances from an ea-
cort carrier and destroyers of its
Task Force played vital roles.
The und~ersea cSrat Wals sirrhted by
two of the3 carrier's planes, and the
submarine fought back vigorouslY
dusrig the course of t.Le lenlgthy
bettle wh-ich ensued. More? than 200
depth chanr ::es were dropped. during the
fight*
It was at 08322 th:t E. C. Guy~lord,
USNrR, in a: Grummaln AVENG-R, first
sighed~rr the submarines running on the
surface, but it subnored before it
could be attacked. Other plans fro


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TIhis is really our week for we
have just been told of the marriage
of one of our telephone Number, Please
girls, Miss Carmel Alexander to one of
bur.fighting men, Cpl. Harry.Davis of
the United States MNarine Corps.
Congratulations to this ~happy
couple and may all the blessings of
life be theirs,


George Arthur Gates, Yeoman,
Second Class, was host at a party
giv:n a The Saratoga Club the other
WAe donlt exactly know the reason
for the occasion, but we hear tell
that Emily Post's rules and regulat-
ions were certainly changed, as each
new person coming into the party was
requested to pay the check for the
drinks which had just been ordered.
Anyway, several amendments were
Made and the new 1944 addition of
Post's Rules Governing Who Should Pay
and Wh~y ought to be interesting,
Anyway, during the evening we
think a tribe of Seminole Indians
joined the party and they evidently
!mad~e George Arthur Chief Rainbow, for
when he arrived in lower three, he
certainly had on his war paint,



/na)Andrew (His friends call him
And) aGoon, pardon us, LaLGrone,
has established a new and delightful
fad. He offers rides in anyone of
his many'cars, as they seem to change
iharlds quite often and is never the
same one, but the catch is that you
have to get out and push after you get
a certaidi distance from the Naval Air
;Station, even though the gas tank is
frull of gas,
z H~ow he has worked this out with
tlae motor, only Andy knows, for it
never fails to happen, and the young
ladies now take it for a matter of
Jcourse


Siic~ AlTJEWS



A lovely farewell luncheon was
given Monday for the lovely Mrs. Ane
Whulitley prior to her leaving for her
home in Richmond, Virginia*
Covers were laid for Mrs. Anne i
Whitley, Mrs, Lloyd O'Quinn, Mrs,Ru~th
Ewbank, Mrs. Vera Harper, Mrs. Susan
G-ideon, Mrs. Lois Morrissette, Miss
Sara DeBerry and Mrs, Edith Taylor*
As the ladies entered the Rose
Garden Tea Room where the luncheon
was served, Mrs. Whitley was present"
ed with a beautiful hand bag*lls ~h~e ilb isdo

this station, as well as in the city i
of Vero Beach, as she has added much
to our station*
We hope that it will not be
long before Mrs. Whitley returns to
Vero Beach again to make her home*



Of cordial interest to all
hands on the station was :the marr-iage
of our smiling Marine, and' WOLF>

Anthony Acquaviva, Pfe.,. to

Miss Laura LaMaster of :
I~Hoboken,~ New ~Jersey '

"Tonynt has made many friends
on this station and we wish both- of
"these young people all the happiness
possible, .

SAnd just because you are now a
married man,.Tony, don't forget to
continue~ to give ,us ,that smile .when
we .enter thegate, as it mi'gh~t start
us off on the' wrong foot, for it has
certainly changed some of our feeline
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"If youlve made no plans for' tonight,
may I sui~ggst~~saomthing?"'
nThe Wolf

Girls wrho ride horses halve legal
like .this: J
Girls wJho ride horses have legs
like this:()
But girls wiho keep saying 'Hores
How)' at night club bars have legs
like this: ) (
We might add thatC girls who use
good judgment have theirr legs like
this: X.


This is ar funny world,
Its wonders never cease;
All civilized people are at war,
All sava~ges~are at peace,

Here's to the ships of our Navy
Herets to" the girls of our land;
Many they always be well rigged,
:I ~ May they always be woll manned.

.Womcn ~th~iks about hetr' sins,
,Until, they seem like double,
But M1ANf He just forgives himself
'Anzd saves the L~ord the trouble.


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An officer saw a slightly loopy
sailor leanil ng against a building.
"WNhat are you doing~ln asked the
officer.
"Holrding up t~he building, sir,"
quickly replied the drunken sailor.
"O11h, yeah?n said the officer.
"Rapoikt to your .C.P.O. immediatolyl'
So the sailor shrugged his
'shoulders, staggered away and t~he
Building fell over,


Marriage is like a card game.
They start' with a pair; he shows a
diamond; she shows a flush, and. they
ond up with a. full house. I

#e stand in line to get a pass,
No stand in line to wash,
Wes stand in line to find a place
To stand in line, by gosh.
We stzand in line to ~draw our pay
WeY stand in line to spend it
But follow men we never have
To stand in line to lend it$ .


I must go do~n to the rolling soa~,
Where the wind blows free, and a.
WIAVE's no she,
Where the whitecaps foam and itrs
tappitiy,
Where a watch is a watch, anid not
a pink tea,
Yes, I must go down to the rolling
sea,
Damn right I must; theyrre- sending
me.

Sailor suitor (to ~little boy):"Herate8
a dollar son, buy yoursEilf a drum.'

Little boy: "I don't-want a drum, I
wanta watch."





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~nitor) 1st WARC: '"I certainly should
have joined the~ WAVES to get a husbaint
.2nd WAC: ."Why~is that?"
let WA9C:' "Ten of my girl`
Friends joined th~e WAVES only three
Months ago. Now they ~write they're
Small about to become aviation machinist
Smatesl"


A would-be daft dodger-bought a:
truss and w\ore it for his medical ex-,
jam at~t~he induction center, The med-


"It's that ingenious Jones boyI!

(Th~e Christian Science Mo

A girl turned up at work wearing~
two officers silver bars pinned to i
her sweater, One of her office mates
asked: "Is your boy friend a lieuit?"
''Goodness, no,",she said,,"two Jb


0.P,0.: "hat has 24 feet, green;
eyes, and a pink body with purple I~
str~ipes?" I
Bbots` "I dontt k~now. What?"
C.P. O.: i "I.don't know eitherybut
You'd better pick it off your neck**

":Did she~blush when her shoulder
strap brokee"
"Gosh. I didatt notice her fdce'd
'I.
"Can you mention a timesaver?n
"Yes. Love at first sight."


ico wanted to kn~ow how long he had
wormh the trulss,"
"Ten years," replied the dodger,
"*All right," said the doe,"put on
your clothes Ir am marking you N.E."
While the dodger was dressing,his
.curiosity got the .beat of him. -"Say
doc, that N,E, means not eligible?"
n!No, replied th~e doc "it means Near
Ent - ny any who can wrearg~rus


does not need for ten years can ride a
camel."


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The sailor and his girl
friend were walking in the park
The conversation had hit a lull
Finally, the sailor, to keep
things going, commented, "Some
dew. "
"Yes," said the girl friend,
"and some dontt,n


Gates: "Say, that was some
blonde with you last
night, Wh~ere did you meet hera
Lindsey: "I dunno, I just
opened my wallet and
there she was,"


-"What do you mean by kiick-
ing that dog? He doesn't even
bit 's, but he raised,his leg
and I thought he was going -to
kick me,"






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PROCEsS TANTue..,e(COMMUihj ON SER~VI CE) ....1000
CL.THULITC .,ae..,........., -......,.......1100


frlowers for us for th


eo next two Sun-


ha you will probably noto from the
above-schedu~le of eservcices there~- will
be's 0~r:mmunion Ser-vice this. .rmng
t.,nrarr Lwe t:lfh W~e will oi-c-ro 1:he mIa.*
ny~b.u9,T:.es up f of thu Lord a 8 ::pter: to--

'a t be wlth us Y for tis oca io
as weC aro' about to enf;t r tha~t Sonson
of1 theC YOnr wheln we will be heatin~lg
-the a';ory of our LYord anld :IaviousE ini
IHis last; dayse beforeO ~th Grandi.;f~Icu:
TIhose were, dark days: for !;he nI~ouC o~
of mannklndl, evena mores di~ffral, t thau
thoseC we ra ref.cinglp today, f'or Ile kn-
ow tha~t nothing but det..tlh was1 inl st
on~i f'or Him. Bu~t in falce of the. dran .
gars and peursocitontioaE worried on
tind the story di~d not and wvith HIs
death, but on the third dary frc~ IHis
crucifixion wyn~ He arose to doty de-
athl andJ fulfill hIis fission to the
carth to be6 the Savior of manking,
Wihat more appropriate~ would thoro be
to square ourselves sp~iritually than
now cs we alre about to anter the Lon-
ten; Seas on which tells us. this gruo-
some and victorious story. Comrcand
join so that His blessinGs may be
your blessings.
:.lbo arer planning to have a series
of subjects in the form of.SermoTS
which will relate directly to the Lo-
nltenis hntr which we fko1 wiSl,1 be in-
taersting and e~njoyed by all that he-
ar .themi. You owe.it to yourselves to
be with us so plan now that we may on 1
joy the Lenton Seauson together which
is to start wit hAsh Weudnesday which
falls on February 28th. We gi~ll have
u -service on; that evErning and tho-
time will be announcod lator so plec~e
watch for it in the "BuUconneer, .:
.The flowers th-t; g~race~d our alter
~this pas3t Sunda: y wereu giveJn by Mrs..
Daniel Iverson .in mehnory' of her hue-
band and we are happy to announoo th-
at she is planning to supply thle


Our pra~yors are constantly with


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WEEKLY REDITiTlIO1

The tex-l for our weekly meditation
is taken from~c Galations 3,23-291
';THEY WROj; ARiE ONE IN rilmII "

In~ Pau~l's gospeicl there is neither
recoa nor jlood: There Is neither Jcw
nor rrreak, There in neither wrhito nior
yiellowv or black, thoret is nioither ori-
aeital. "rY, aro all one in Christ
Juasl ." TiPs is the plain teach-ing of
';.]I0 hLurch. a Mr.y t~hat touacting permo-
ateL th!e thinking of man ove~ryhere in
ou~r day,
This unity in "hrist is not a supLr
ficial. thing. Its truth lies in the
baptism by which men ontor into the de
ath and resurrection of Christ. As he
JUT the inclusive representative of men
in His saving work, so all who live by
faith in H-im become one in H~im. This
is the true universalism. This doct-
rine is~ the oho2 anrd only ground of a
better order and if peacel for our wrorE
To this and~ is~sacrificed profitable.
To this and may the churchh always be
expondab lo. .

Lot Us Pray.

'Th-ou Who; hast.made of one blood-all
nations of men, forgive our small vis-
ion;s and our p~ett;y selfishness, Teach
.us' the gospel. of brotherhood in b~risnt
Maiiy Thy Church win the victory of uni-
ty that shall conqluer the world, thro-
ugh Christ our Lord, AABN.~J


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3 February J1944


Friday 4 February 1944
"CR~IY HAVOC"
A 'Life' Picture of the week with Margaret Sutllivan

2030 Dance in~ Vero Beach at Recreation Community House

Sunday 6 February 1944
10007 Protostant Communion Services at Naval Air Sta~tion Chapel
1100 Catholic Services at Naval Air Station Chapel
1400 Chaplain Spaidrs Beach Party leaving his office for the
Community House and then on to the Boach,
'"HIT PARADE OF 19L3"
w~ith John Carroll, Susan Halyward, and Gail Patrick


REMEMBER

The same show will be shown twice nightly beginning at 1830 and then
again at 20)30. There will be an intermission of about twenty minutes
between the showing of each show.


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Thur sday


LIFEBOAT"
The 'Lifet Picture of.the Week


with Tallulla Bankher


Tuesday
8 February 19Li4


Monday
7 February 1944 '

"MADAME~ CURR~IE~"
starring ,
GRE~ER GARISON AND WALTERI~'PIDGBDI


"THE DESERTSONG"
with
SDennisMorgan
Irene Manning and
Bruce Cabot.





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This, My3 Prayer for M~other

pent W Vhen the storm of thle night is pass-
ing.
~nd care- Arnd theu sad days are passing too,
There is someone I: always think of,
g5 holte-l And that sateone is always you.

ghtly Wrrhen the world has turned to doubt
me ,
There is someone always true3.
initia- )!No matter what th' sin or penalty,
Idy3 hope is-always you.
ders -toc
,keep I When all. ar's re~ 0700', "
nd my brothers all Ere frere,
all' There is always one great lover`
Wiho is wraitinge home for me.

Sa~d on And if a wuar should take my 11fe,
The enemy laugh in scorn,
played In rest I'll know she's wailting,
And in glad sorrow she will mourn.
This Is
Not glad for the 'fact of giving me,
;he nigbi lNo, thata could never be,
But- knowing in her heart that I
Helned all mankind be free.
r cap on
-This is my prayer before I sleep.
e bound I know ther~s ,is no other,
And forLever in miy hart I'll keep
earls of This, my prayer for Mdother.

r a kiss I Seaman
Keith Earle Shelley


Ode to a Far-Awa~y Ensign

H~ere is the suim of our days s
together.
Days that were laugh filled a
loss and free.
Days that we prodjically flun
skelter~.
Days that keep coming back. ni
to me .

First there's the match flap
led in blue
A letter', a picture .- your or
The ones that .you asked me to
"just in case" -
Gosh-derlin' you're scattered
over the placeJ

A sheet from your flightbook,
it the score
Of that game of gin rummy we
on the floor
A stub from our tickets to "1
The Army" '*
Your wings that you gave me t
we went babyl~.

Your beer in the pceatry, you~
the rack.
All seem to assure mo, you'rE
to come back.
These are my treasures,..my pc
great -prica,
Come home soon zedeem.-them
would be "nice", .

The Eril-Wleed.











CHAPLAIN


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F RI EN~JDSH~IPS5
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By V. C, Hamilton

-The making of new friends should (
be the ambition and desire of every
man the world over. Through friend-
ship the world becomes a better place|
in which to live, and the day by da~y
existence loses its monotony,

Friends, too, cause a man to
hold himself aloft, and to strive for
the finer things in life. Not the
fellow who threats you nice just to re7
lieve you of some of your personal
possessions, but the genuine: friend
who is ever -there~ in your hour of neec
to lend a helping hand.

The care in which you choose
a new garment should be the same as
the selection of a new friend. Test
his elasticity as well as his durable-
ness. His loyalty against his dis-
loyalt~y, The length of the friend-
ship, of course, is determined by the
-effort expenlded to keep it alive.

To make and hold friends, one
must keep constantly alert in their
relationship. H~e must use good
judgment at all times, He must under
stand the other fellows feelings and
thoughts and be rea~dy to assist him
whenever it is considered best to do
so.

The basic thing~to keep in mind
is the fact that most men are" proud
of their superiority to battle the wa;
of life alone. Tha~t is, they think
they are doing it alone, but every
man has had to have assistance whether
he reailizss it or not. It has9 come
to him without his knowledge,

Lend your fellow man a hand in
such a way ~that hispride will not be
destroyed.


PA R TY

Leaving the Chaplaints Office
every Sunday afternoon at 1400
to carry you to the beach.

You don't knrow~ what a good
time you have been missing
if you haven't been going
on these parties.


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Ms-.;UNEY, Clyde S.
~MOFET'IT, Robert I.
MO~GN, Fred M,
MUBDKO, Paul 7,
MUSC.1R, Anthonr-
McK.ENZIE, Anb~ie B.
McGWAIN, Frank-T.
MAEH3,John 0,
00ELL, H~ubnrt -II,
OSTROLEEE;I, Eiugrene J.
0 EN~iS, Williarn E.
PEARSON, Je:sse L.
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PARTLlON, James3 R., Jr.
EL'GCKMOLN, Virgel T.
CjIRROLL, Albert F., J
CHAL~IRIS, I~sms B.
CLp'TON~, Vernon E.
CLEMERT~LS, John L.
COSTE~LLO, Pasquale J.
bCOI, F'rank L., Jr,
D2MON~IA, Tawman
DOLLARS, Joseph L.
EITEL, Car'roll P.
EVANS, Carl A.
GODSE, Cartsr G. -
HARBER, Harrison
HARDIN Grover C., Jr
BINES, Sherwood L.
IIOFFMMEr, Donald J.
HE'Oli`MAN, John R.
H'OLLOMER~, Stevren C,
HiOlMS~, Isaac D.
HORROR, Jalck W.
HO563LER, Charles I.
HUTTCH3INSON, James T.
J!.CKCSON, Craig A.
JACOSS, Bern~ard
JOI~hNSONJ, Jamnes -
JONE~S, 'lliliiem7.
JOrDAN~S, Rober~t A,
EE~LLY, J~mes A.
KR3MER, Phillip H.
LAN~E, Forrest 7,
LANGENKS~II Jamres H. ,
LEUI~S, Lloyd G.
LO DIA, Joseph D.


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RELID, John W7. AOM3c
ROUTON, Abner R. Ptr~c
RILL2J, Chlarle~s F. AOM;9e
RUSISO, Joseph A. AMM~c
SAUTSER, B udolp~h, Jr. McMM~N3c
SA.itCKiI, Joseph NbMM13e
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Vlednesdiay, February 2

Stan LnUREi L and OlIiver H-iiRDY
in
The DanciG ~leagggg"..---L~

Thursday, Februrly 3

H~lliam LUNDIGER Virginia DLLE
in
"Ho~adin' For God's Country"
and
Cocil KiELLWT~ H~elen ::aLKE~R
in
n' nhe Good Follows"

Triday 'Ind Saturday~
Februaryr 4 aind 5


in
"So This is W~ashington"
and
Johany Mack BROYM!J~c


in
"The Strcnger frrn Pecos"

Sun~day anld MIonday
Febr~uny 6 Lnd 7

Cary GRACT~ John GARIELLL
in
"Dostinati on Tokyo"



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Rac~d the Janluary spook-of-the-
.fMonth' Club soloc~tilons wnhichn cro now;
availa~ble in our Station 14brary, A
dual so~loation i~nclucgos a novel, _The
_Signo b: E, Arnot RObertson F.nd
nan Georgo Santcyanc's autobiography,
Porsions a;nd Pla.c:s.

'i12935993) is an honest and
r:.ther doopere-.to love story of two
civilized polopl tortured by the ian -
ponding loss of ove~rything: eiter
valued in civilization. The setting-
.is Kildoo~y, ar village~ in a lovely
cornor of contompnorarry Irlanrd where
Tom Fairburn, a w~ounded End deccorated
RLY bomber pilot, decided to spond
the last days of his sick leave. On
the boat crossing~ from Englnan to~
Irolmand he not Donyrse Mlossagoro-, the
refugoc wife of a French politician,
w-ho ondecd by goirG with him to Kil-
diooeyr The book is writton by C
brilliant noVclist whio p3resents a
food study of present dayi~ life in
Ireland,.

Persons Edd lFeas is an entirely
different typo of book, being t fas-
oinating autobiography of George
S untayans, famous-philosophy and.
author of The~ Last Puritan. The
author bring togethe-~r his childhood
in ~Spain and his lato~r life in .Ameri'-
ca. The e~fflect of the cod~itati~on of
-his simple, spiritual life in Spain
E~nd his complex, `mC.terinlistic' life
in Amelrica give h~im his poetic phil-
osophy of life. The book ends with
his years Ect Hacrvard wnhzre he Spo~nt
cloven years as stuldentinstru`Ctor
end prootor. Ak bonlutifully written
book; which should'please roanders. of
aut obiographyr.


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MET:;LSMITHS
Netto 187
Ronwick 159
Pulxton 150-
L:.ngley 131
Sttrllman I11
Wachtmran 94
RDIfOlE~LSCTRIC
Wetllar 145
Ca~lvetti. 144
Prows 140
Myers 141
Elli~s 111


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go to defeat to the tune of 28-23,
Taking their second scheduled game
by forfeit from P division, the S ;y-
larks closed the week's cage activity
with an e~ven ledger count and a tic
for Recond place.
S-till feeling the sting df the Y-1
defeat the Meiss Cooks camle back and
gained their ravengeo at the expense
of the "Serub" cagers handing them a
39128 trimming,

Basketball Leagnue Sinnding to D:te:


Bowling'

Working as a team the Mlech Engineer
rolled them the alleys last Thursday
for an average of 761 points per game
thereby copping a three fold honor:
Thct of heading the teams for the
daily high average, and claiming the
;dual laurels for leeding the league
both in genes: won and high average
to date.
Y-1, last wcek's leading team, made
wiay for the Engineers taking a three
way tie for second place thomsslves, I
The observance of the foul line this
week should affect the play of some
of the bowlers r The officials again
wish to impress upon thle contestants
the importance of observing the foul
line: beginning this T'ursday, Pins
scored on a foul will not be credited
to the score.
The increasing spectetor interest
plus `the! close' competition which was
evident in the past few weeks is most
onocuraging to both bowlers and
officials.

Basketball Lu:ague

In defeating the MEss Cook cagers,
7-1, league loeaders scoore a three *
fold victory~namely, the satisfaction
of. having won the` game~ there~bi ~retain-
ing the~top! spot in the league in
eddit~ion to settling a little~ grielvan
co which has existed between the two
teams since the lee~gue's opening,
Battling through a rough, nip and tuck
cout~st the leegue leaders settledi the
existing grudge with a 48-31 trianing
amnistered the M~essmen.
The appearance of ra~ngoy Byron Atk-
ins in the Zoot-Suliter lino-up spelled
1efeat for MaEy's hE.rd court man in a
cuhbattle which saw the "Sky~alers'


W LPCT
4 0 1000
2 1 677
2 1 667
1 2 393
0 3 000
0 2 000


Y-1
Mny: Skylarks
Zoot Suitors
Moea Cooks
P Division
Scrubs


Individual Scoring Averages for 1-27
(Fourth Wack)


OFFICERS
Wjoodbury
White
Reed
Wood
Hines -


MAR~IES
Doems
Frentsos
Bixler
Burns
Dte


M~ECH LORE :
White
Oun
Damuon
Lane
Peterson


CHIEFS
Doshler
Wctta
Ch~rvat
Caird'osi
Teaford
Popko
Hlarris
ORD3N;s.NCE
Bridges
Palmer
Shi al r
Dugan
Siodgraass
Cole


158
154:
143
142
141
137
12?0

187
186
123
113
112
108


169
1.67
166
143
128



160
152
149
148




134
140
126
125
102


MECHT ENGINERS
Vyecin 164
Dumas 160
MEeon 154
Kozel 158
L:..ne 149
Lott 130






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LEAGUE STpaRDING TO DATEx


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DAY'S LEA)~IERS (January 87)

H~igh Scoring Toeam CoppIe~r Krings-795

High Average Team-MVech~ Engineers-761

High Scorer Summers ,Storekeeper-215

Hi~h Indiv Averago Sumrmers, Store-
koope,7r c- 188


LEAGUE~ LE'.DERrSTO DATE ( 4 weecs)'

Top High Average Team Mech Engineere
740 pts

Leading Indiv Scorer Garrison(Range)
169-Surrmmrs (Storekeeper) 168.


STORiEKEEPEIS


Y-


Sume~rs
Conwaiy
Ackor
Smith


RLNGE :

K~irk
Garrison
Graham
Spray
Whullin
Wri glht


188
155
148
103


Penso
lertz
Babola
Etty
Gregory


COPPER KINGS


158

110
107
106
102


Pint
Brucher
W~hi tesi de
Du rham
Eifert
Davis


157
153
150
137
135
99


TEAM AVTRAGEIG SCORES FORi FiOURTH1~ W:EK


Mech~ EngEineers
Officers
Chiefs
Y-1
Co~p'er Kings
Marines
Storekeepers
Radi o-Eleectrio
Metalsmiths
Range
IMe~ch ~ine
Ordne~nce


761
747
716
715
707
6906
694
681
679
660
625
593


Mech Engineers
Chiefs



Range
Copper Kings
Storekoopers
Officers
Radio Electric
Mech Line
Ordnance


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