Group Title: Buccaneer (Vero Beach, Florida)
Title: The buccaneer
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 Material Information
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: December 15, 1944
Frequency: daily
regular
 Subjects
Subject: World War, 1939-1945 -- Newspapers   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Okinawa Island (Japan)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: Japan -- Okinawa Island -- Okinawa-shi
 Notes
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: VID00013
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 42868813
lccn - sn 99064069

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IP rrp Christmas,


TI BiUeLAN ..K|

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8-ACT USO SHOW
HERE NEXT TUESDAY
Performances Scheduled To
Be Held At 1830.
And 2030

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hit ITSO V\'ict- Lircut unit. .'.ill
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,.'t-.uit pre.sentahcrion Shr.v tii'lni-
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a Lon-:k." b:, lte..- than a month,
ri ...ur iin unit include" conti Ed;'. '
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cr i'.iimin: Mi lia Catl( s:,ngt-


..i ~.1lclhn, talti Soil- dana AIdRBORNE
'in- e'ti~ii~n:l'aui La(n it-l
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: I $5U5.25 a S rME

, A '- E Beulah ,.
Winner Of %'::.


A total of $51,276.25 in cash
',. es -- representing War Bonds
,rth over $64.000 -- was rung
v by the Station during the
Sarl Harbor campaign from 1 to
S... December.
As part of the campaign, the
irited contest for Victory
*ntr to the final wire before a
a .t-day spurt by WAVE Beulah
iker, PR3c, assured her the elec-
>n. With each worth of
bond counting as a vote, the
ntest attracted thousands of
tes to favorite candidates
AVES, Women Marines, Nurses
d civilian employes.
SThe final contest ...
,..+ 1. WAVE Beulah Baker,
7. -, 14,250 votes


i,., i.,.t taitatJnoi. act; Sher- All t.'hildri 1 To 10 Are r. .Pet, civil-
on tt+ 1,, T ifore the 18th of December, and Pee,
ti, (l.. .l!.an, on lthe. iit aa- Invited To Pr'.lt On ,ive their child's name, age and an, Av Training,
1pi .aht atn. HI-t ina Pol.,(1, 24 eni.rIt m.ora ..9175 votes
12.la11t anl imu-c -ali conJictor. .. o m ned -o 3. Elsie Fehon, civilian,
.h-tr, .:l. .-'. i ---- formationn be obtained -..tor.
h-ir. lI.lellai. il. V Maintenance, 8,300
ti,~i... ,, ,- ,.,B By the S. Clau. News Agency hat date so that Santa will know te
t., L-...-ie o hei Ipula.t Sr t. latest report from North ast how many toys and how much o t t a those
nent th. L,.:Shon.L ar -,. t., Headquarters of Santa Claus, -ruit and candy to bring Congrateatinghe camai, Ca
ut.tnh, It. ar-a" ,.:t; Nick will arrive on the sta- Station busses i be available pr ted a $50 bond to the
_____ tion by plane i,. afternoon, it the bus-stop in to w'n at 1830 at night i' the
, .,24 December, to hold a big Christ- A4 Decenmer for the parents and auditorium. Awards of $25 bo ds
Packages Being Wrapped mas party for the children of all heir children. It is hoped that we au to the runs ners up
parents and their children will use ii. t ti runners-up.
In Lobby Of P os Office 'ther ch d e o "A great deal of iine work was
In1 Lobby U01 PorSt 0 cc The party, open to all ,,'. -his method of transportation so!j e thi y a go I
i. ,, Mi between the ages of 1 and 10 hat the party can arrive at theee int campaign the Cap-
r.1 .me 1 Cr i, td, ,, b ,. .,l ... ...,,, 1 at 1460. Chil- station at the same time. Those tan sai as to see
,I'And III,.12 i-'2 t rn said, "I, Was to see
Hja-i. .imn'r,.. it- v.'. o. h l ,,- a hi 1 ,, eet at ho use other means of transpor-
H. nn, v.- ,... Ship's action are asked to meet the (Continued on 3)
,. ',ffic. r t ,,! ,- ae,-l ... there )usses in front of the Recreation -.
et, p-e it.t t, lc..r a n th ... t...I ti. i a t t . all at 1400 and then continue i"
C rJst per .:-m, b:. foippi th . ..... .. .. . i ,i : a with vith- the rest of the party to the
Th. _'it'. pt- ts',- to l,: -. :' "". . h.. .I--,1, lead hangar for the greeting of "Old ij th apologies to the Vero
Th-. ri.-I and if irer- to r!il-tS i per-. I ..;. a.': t. t ,,- to Hal' Saint N-ck." Beach Chamber of Commerce,
SChaplain Lowden h-as cancelled
to p.,. 10i, per package. -...' -I i..II i-.t clud- Parents: Remember, if your the Beach Parties, due to
U.'n-' Clhritiia-. pippin. tizi .. t,- I t,' I.'l!. l 14.u short 'ild is between the ages of 1 ithe i. weather. The
nih-i. th N Welt-far Dl|rartit,, %l"*i rt' -r.r..- il rl shown nd 10, and would enjoy the parties will he resumed i early
t.:.., lad.le have v. rapped huni- ., t,.. fl . "' ,.a wil' arty, call one of the offices list- spring and announcements wii be
, .r aa r.-. ttv-,_ r .. ,, ht; ,.,,.:, III ab ve be or I g apa km a d announcem cents w ill be
,dil .. -f pae.kas. Many rn rte t t-.- t.- .,.. I '.",.:. Ial pak d above before 18 December, made in due time to inform per-
S e .- rappd a i.ng a. the P-.-- .-...' will b nd give the name, age and sex of sonnel of the resumption of the
m0atenals last. :! i1 t. ht i !. attendd he child. ., -. afternoon ..
Any..ne who v--- s-h tu .akei: ad- in;- pT-, L t': Santa :.... is counting on a bi., .. .' the Athletic
vantan,;. nf thi: zi.rvice -hoiul Par'o .f hild.n i 1. ii1,,.- owd, to make this year's Christ- Department announced that there
take their pnackaien to the- P.;t ':!.rt- i.- ,* j.k. 1. i3! a rlr ii, .t, mas party even more successful would be no week-day beach: -..
(lfi-, Il-.,:.- laimt's office, the Welfare office! than the last one. portation until further notice.


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CHILDREN OF STATION


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THE BUCCANEER CHAPELL S CORNER C Inquiring Repo.e
UNITED [ T ATE. NAV. AL IR -.T Ti '. O, a.'ain ,v B A an Sp,,- S,!,.
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LIEI'EMEat.j: 1.5, 1 44 TyE e L.

Behind the Scenes
.4At VS. Vero Beach

THE GALLEY'S WORK IS NEVER DONE


-. .- e.rs at Ovens


Baker
(Bkr) lc
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How'd you like to peel 50,000
pounds of spuds, cut up );",:
ponds of beef, break open nine
thousand dozen eggs a month?
Like it or not, that's only a
small part of the monthly jobs of
the station's commissary depart-
ment, better known as "that MESS
hall!"
Including over 150 men, who
daily prepare, cook and serve
over eight thousand meals from
five to enlisted personnel,
the department ranks as one of
the iost important, if not the best
divisions of NAS Vero
Beach.
Headed by Lt. (jg) W. W. a..
mond, the department has branch-
es at tie Beachland Hotel, Se-
lastian Ins, Witham Field :t :-
art), and i- Pierce (Boat Facil-
ity). Under Lt. (jg) Lamond's di-
rection, several chief commissary
stewards supervise cooks and
messmen.
"We sometimes ask for twice as
much food as we can serve, in or-
der to get half as much as wt
need," said Lt. (jg) Lamond when
asked about the problem of food
procurement.-,..: stores are drawr.
from NAS I... -- r, '-1 and meats
and fresh vegetables come direct
from N '. Orlando, through Jack-
-. authorization, .., the


Orlando division monthly come
3,000 pounds of butter.
All bakery goods except bread
are baked ir f ., main galley
bake-shop. L... ai -..i, - supply.
18,000 pounds of bread every
nonth, including thousands o'
rolls. :I i and ice cream likewise
Ire bought locally.
Asked about the frequency of
'stew meals," Lt. (jg) Lamond
'aid, "for every sliced-meat meal,
there's got to be a stew. You've
-ot to have one to have 'the other."
A .i,,-! ,- of Leef for the next
hirty days has been predicted, so
'ation eaters will be confronted
" plenty of pork from now un-
il after New Year's.
However, the Chi! :r-. a menu
vill feature the r:;.i.i;.'. tur-
ey, cranberry ,.: :-. mashed and
-weet potatoes, r,,a:. c-rul. '."-
oup, mince and atple pie, ice
'ream, fruit h.I ,. ".h ',- Wel
are department' .'*.:a .t. top
ing off the bill ...' f :.'earl
'50 ''. v -, ..: -i, for the


H. B. Wasson
is shown drawii
bakery goods fro!
huge oven in pre
a noon meal


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SC2c J. W. Gideons tests a
hopper of soup just before it
is drawn off for serving as B.
W. Allen SC3e, right, adjusts
steam valves in heating another
hopper,

Then there was the officer who
,vas picked up for tearing around
i hotel corridor in the nude, chas-
a blonde in a pink nightie.
A. the court-martial his lawyer


lot him ozn by reading a regula-
-fon that says: "Any officer may+
-- appear in u suitably clad for
-.. in a VtE. :;..i riutcher -the sport in which he is indulging."
hop: "Ladies, .. .r, bring
-our fat cans here on -'-.r .. -: "'i fed up on t-at," said the
'- them .. .-i T. -i', '-, baby, as he pointed to the .
day." chair.


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~ra? E By -

Increased use of V-Mail for
overseas correspondence has been
recommended by post office au-
thorities at U. S. Naval Headquar-
e.." rs in England, a from
S Seventh Naval District stated tk is
week.
Bad weather conditions have
seen the cause of frequent delays
n mail service to and from ov.er-
Seas points, and until better
weather arrives next spring, more
ar .tan two weeks will be required
or regular airmal letter
he bulletin emphasized.
V-mail, always a priority item in
rans-Atlanrtie r .' con-
S inue to reach its .
he normal time of
S authorities have tC. E
S ended that V-
Sival personnel and
Sondents in all cae
'arliest . arrival is desired.
ng a The equivalent of 25 sacks of
n the
Sirnmai letters can be carried in
para- jnec small V-mail sack, recorded
on 16 mllm film. Because of the
quantity of airmail posted, much
of it will have to be carried in
S.. hips during the winter.


be an outstanding ballroom dan:e
team: and "Ambassadors of Fun"
Nestor and Rollins, veterans of 15
years on the boards, are included
in the show, as is Saul Grauman's
Stairatone Revue, en-
tirely newv and different in musi-
cal entertainment. It's the only act
of its kind in existence."


"Do you
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he mad about some


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Cutting beef in the cold lock.
er for the frying tables are
S2c Dave left; : :. W.
,R. .. center, working un-
der H. H. Searles S2c who
slices beef on a butcher's block,


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FIREMEN MAKE HUNDREDS OF CHRISTMAS TOYS


The AOL Game Is A

Losing Prop,-r,`'e ,


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have thi iht thi. had wal!,ked into tie o department: of a I : -.
.re HlIun..'rd( .f ti ish. deitned to make ho' a ,n.d s t" *- i -. i -t "L.Iem
Sant'. I inus age situenl with delight, are being built 'here by thief fic.n I' .t te!....
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depari"-n- : women' .u ilihar. .\(I the ri t 4. Pek ai Li..
Ger \right ;rt looking ovr soni of the fini'he1 p r.di.i m
.M rt the tos will he di trioted before 'hrit (n-l to I, .d.* atd. .h .
.If 'i fik m it c r ffe.ei
IIh:e to h te f, '.e the : irn.: . r ar t- e j de
e d h h- he in id n th i n t -, u .n
i :hunr wt a om.'' i to me -. an .:.i.,
R11 Z11 t1 o Ctill bire di d h Be by 'hrO-m Gi .,,-. ,l::, hwt Tu ot,.-. I:
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Red Cross (:all Be Of 1,-, Yo tit ..


SEIVI(EMEN'S FRI END ,! 'le t pet tuo his f:,rr'- !- ;;r.l, \. i- ;,ac thii.
R of e :erg t-y-v because ihe .ler . .' ; -n .,:-; thne r'', in'.'esigat-
WHEN TROUBLE s of a ,:, n r. : .. ...... r. w r.
I Cross people.. Ju t r.w mnai pe. ,- . :.r *:*- :. .. oi o i an-
ARISES arle ivol'e!' i ,the g1.4I -takers, or th I ,rnol. .-lf
f nr, emergernc leF,'..,' <. -, n,.... ,r **1} be contactedr- ,.r r crtair: the(
S-man 9mith's father has die. ..'.wed i' tr',cing -!e pl -. .' ,ure of the e-nergen. anti tre.
I-,tI. 1 able to get home in tlme. rn vc-ification. n .d of the Servicerdar, presence.
c,-... th neral.t;~e to Dirision Officer a is -...., do' eitpi 'r,.
'" .Whner, t-n ma rn learn of bn P,'I-.- .1 takes a very shi.,t timn.
\T-?lr- Private Jones' wife is en.: r hr...e :s rt t Vhen the facts .r :Lo" t .l % ..
rcnine tr h.v? her first baby. The rn-i.", ),f-ii, 1 rl wit . Jpter : tl, tihe'
S eror c~n: cnmlicationse, but ]i",,, I b .. -. -If the ffi- r I : w i.. i i i-
.T :-. r. he there whey the think the h ne.- ;.- :t ific... rh: 1' ...:.. .. ii rh:: ..s-.
i'r;"" ,;r l arie. I n is ent tr Thii '! .at e-,m.nr t '.r .- :k I'.'. t'- n h -
Me'rtrfi-- ith Rrown's ifte must 'n the Personnel Office ,i ti.. '."' r. !: ,. i..,r:
iunder'o a seerfou operation. Rei drown the necessary ifnri.r .-. .n -, r-, t-t on h~i le-..e
gets home in time to be a snurcei abc.ut the case and telephones .T ,l :' ,...-i -, :.t :. .. t ,.:i'r,'
of -n'ira f to her and t-. tAke Ara i he Field Director of the Red C'r,.., : '. it .-. ..;,i
of the children while the mother Is ,,: P P:erce The Field Diraetor 1i' iEr- ei-i.-.ney ;: ...- at :n 'Im.
mawaL'". I'1! r:h r teicrraph or telenr'one ,hi tan.., .r ,. .. '
These and many similar cas.s' -*.-,til to the urger:cy of the'.c-'.' th-: '! -. '...
are typteal of the service rendered I -9s to the Ic.Atl chapter of the !."'a;,h i,.-r," for -.. 'u i r I'
the armed forces by the Amerlean T; l C ross 'r the horne town of the- tar- anid r.i .ls -e'*<. v.L This
Red CroFs. Many a man has heen .' .r,r-r.. v.'...-.l; Ir.n, -, on n


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: th N v ;- '..v u;

Here \rt :i. -
Y..i ::,:.e'- k"'. when such a
i. :'i ..i,. o you, so it is
'w -!! ,. :t~.:. : .'-- .-ules in mind:
1. A.1 Red A 'r ... matters as far
-s amen '..: r... station are
.:innrc te[d "ir : .ndled by the
Firld D'a!:t.-r .: Ft. Pierce,
NOT tl-P Ih.h: chapter in
tob n If ',.i r .V d to call for
an% ri-ation .., not call the
numbers li-''-:. in the Vero
Beach tl''-hn,-,n book, hut
Small Fr. Pi.ri. 5 and _yo
ma; rev-r\. it. charges.
2. i' me--.iu i. e.eived during
the trtl.-ar. s.. to your Divi-
-in Ofticc-r if after hours,
seF the 0t.t I-
:1 If 'you re a.' ', need a
loan T.eI rL .".'- Yeoman
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First Round
Team G W. L. Pet.
X-1 ..... ..... 6 6 0 1000
Spoiers ....... 6 1 833
A-6 ........... 6 4 2 666
Ad. Offices ...... 6 3 3 500
MAWS ......... 6 2 4 33
Supply .......... 6 1 5 167

Don't get too near the fan with
wig, Grandma. You're too old
to be blowing your top.


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mi BE HELP ci 1 v^:

next rating- examinations
-or all ratings will be held on
Wednesday, 10 January 1945, Lt.
ig) G, E :.. station Educa-
ional Officer, announced this
eek. All personnel taking the
Januaryy examinations must lave
S completed the prog-
"ess tests (where required) and
'ave submitted Practical Fa tor
-heets to .". Educational Offi-
'er not : .. 1200 on Thuis-
day, 28 :


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'th,-,r n i'. r. I. .:. during- of December
i. ( i '. i... ,vx 1 with the exception of those for
Vr ..,- .-. .i ..: .. Sp(x)3c(QM), for the V-10 per-
.'*. ." c .., sonnel attacked to the Air Control
S-,.. Center.
,...,, l Lt, (Ij) Rainge also announced
;.. f-- '' that by authority of BuPers Cir-
cular Letter 297-44, all Seamen 2c
.ee xill be required to make Seaman
S* he cl rating before they can strike
: .. 'he for petty officer ratings.
iseneliciat committee The Educational Officer also
Sfor his suggested system of clean- announced that (Fliht
ing airplane engines. Training) and V-7 (Reserve Mid-
The unique steam system en- shipment) classifications are still
ables four men to do work whiec- open to eligible candidates. The
formerly required 13 men. Sav- Naval ( .. Training program
ing to the Navy is estimated at (V-12) is now closed, insofar as
$5,000 a year. new candidates are concerned.
According to Lt. (jg) Joe Smith,
Personnel Relations Officer, the "I shall now illustrate wV at I
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Sand rival- B Mle Novak. John T.
t the ..-I BM2c Wirtz, Carl (n).
Some fine Sic Adams, Mary L.; Allen, Byron
J.; Boatman, Dorothy E.; Brooke, Min'-
.... and since i va ; i'vs. Dorothy M. Dormin Iob-
its infancy, t 1-; Eiert ai Barbette A.; Emer
*ai :o. ; inneL Fiee.ql5 tJr'-n sh sh sheld
I Jacquiline (n); Farman. Ann ; Fel,
r last raih B. Glover, Mara-aret L.: coepfert,
SL. 1,. whi Willia'm H,; Gorday, Janes A. Green-
burg Ruth (rn) ; Guvton, Dorma C.; Gwinr,
game of the James W.; Ha!, Nancy E.; Hansen, Er-
'' .. .ave the rest Ig (n): Hi"-es, Reulen L,; io'mc,
: ia a"-re, E. ; Howell, Alice ; 1Hudson.
S USiasml, and I Mvin F. Jeffersor, Leoia ; Johrior
d off all the -. ; o i i ed F. ; Ki!e:.
-- si-e-artE a. : t" i-re, I-'--- V.: N '----. <.
S '. :h set, gamle 'ry E : Lewis. Josephine H. a;ck. Ha-
* i -d R,: Miahnks, Norman P.: MI-Drc'-is
:. top man G;: Met," .
S -: some fine 'Iarty B. ; Mu n-ey Lorraine ; McF'-
;.. :1. -, by Fe.n Fran e ; Mctenn, 3 o- e (n':
: for the Co-f VAi '.: J;., o t .:
.ea of the -trandwitz, HIeian B. : Sai, ro'
S ,. Bell of the .
.' .bove th 17'5 1 '-re'r I, : Va mihn, James T.; 'aek,
I |, ,t"bo as J.
.. .. team stand- AM"(,e r-.,e.f,].
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Total AF 1 t John F.
. L Point Point e rd G., win
2 4 14 -
S2 8 13 ARMIc .. undqust, Emi- TJ
2 4 1 r
3 4 12 I '" '"- T'.
3 2 12i A R" .. BIl-n, H-ei.rv C. : In-
5 2 10 tephen "M '; Nierh, .'e-'? (n : --.
5 4 10 W ''-'s B. ; Pl''t Dnvid) L., R_ ei.. ,", V, ;W
5 O 9 i ''"' -z Art-.r J T. ; o" -, c .
6 4 8 Ac Prwn,. V F. ; T,'- "- i
6 4 8 Josenh F. : Mi'ler, Jack A.: Schofidc!
8 0 6 W ;1" -1 .; 'r,,r pi r ,T,,- s F.
9 0 4 'AM?, Jovuceso-'s Pail F.
9 0 4 Apt'O Geih. ''a-Ii-e L.
10 0 2 AOMe Brown, Allen H. iHa.
10 1 2 He-r" : T.'nti e Joe q
11 0 1 pR- Bal-er. Brih I.
Sn: 182 S PnAM -- Powel, nDv-s F.
234 PAD2e -- Burtis, Daryl E. : Koesch.


Berts: 805
eeember -


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S; '.eller
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you have
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SCl-erc- W.
MA'M3ce -- Petri, Gerhard "M"; Rup.
SCn'l E.
F1c -- Ai-lano, Joe (n); Ba-ter Nd
(n) ; Bisl-o., B7rH, G. ; (argile, Wil'ie H :
f"t:r. P",i D. : Fi1echer, Geor.- M.
"-I'-e. I-n-d A 4rs. W--. C. : Hn-v
Rolert P.: Holmes. R-land E.: r(a ,
-". Thonas, Yates E.; Wille,
'blasles R
Fc -- Eastwood, Harvey L.
-K?--- Bra'lev, Helten J.
P'M", -- Rczdan, jack (n); Tramon-
SC-rmela.
P-'". 'her-il', Edna (n).
TirSe -- laab, Ja"-s W.
SCo a Til-han. Wilion A.
S'C2 -- Sinith, Milton J.


She: Marry you? Why yor
haven't enough money to keep me
n clothes!
He: T- at doesn't take monev -
that takes will power.


-P' otos 1y Zagrackas
vertino; back row, Gearhart,
Erdman, Miller, Ellsworth, Ord-
man. Wikes and Coach Seibold.


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With high hopes for an unde-
feated season in Tou.h Footall,
the MAWS tangle with the Yard
Birds tomorrow afternoon in their
final game of the schedule,
The MAWS have won nine
games without a defeat.
The Yardb-rd, another Marine
team, have won 7 and lost 3 and
are always dangerous rivals when


the chips art do
be out to upset
final ga l'ie t1iii
good f'ootibaJ w
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spiJrited roomin
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Ilay. Tomorrow's


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ic or each side.
est call the MAWS had dur-
e lague play "as against
Vhe the just ripped the
7 to 6. In an earlier Qami


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