The Panama American


Material Information

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


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


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

Record Information

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

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A record-breaking 7,410 ocean- going ceui
ships transited the Panam6 Canal during the fih
which ended l.t night at midnight.
The fqrmer rt~ord for one year of 6,24 come
transits, er in.~ h fiscal year 1952, was eSceeded
transits or nearly 75 a montl. The old record -I
transits by ocean-going commercial ships, set it I
col year .1929, had stood unchallenged for 23 'y

No final figures on tl
amount of tolls collected (
comc tal hipptn, cagqo toi
nage, Iaffi t a'0vlessels
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ended wm fpr e
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a1. fonrmr record 1l b& ex
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he ocean-goin, commercls1,
on during the month, of J
n- cord to to aaft
In Wm at BWa
st In ndiat ime.
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of the In'
Show to ap-'
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lp the am.
Force crash boat wasM
pt the em Of
to rain nd. fog the
i each other until
^Mebtat iM only 1i mjIt-
SU *plb6a. An Al-
ed blood
SGyg onsaves who
Sco increasingly weak.
I. Gorgps, Hospital doctors
d for about for hours on
tau ltd treathn the Tie-
for .Bosetn Of-
r a 'a ve a tranafusilon.
.G.uaves will ot .m-
ept back to sea with
h bWst buISVtt wi sm
bIutl he' cep take h1b
to Shn Diego Doctors
W will be t able to btvel
atI twi week.

'I t Amdoiman Society of Pan-
arMtls holding a. holiday dance
to celebrate the 177th An-
oniwry ofp Independence
ofU SUl'9tat Ibe on the 4th
of July at p. m. at the Union
Cl .
Cl bough this dance is being
hel by the Americ a n
ASo4y, all Americans or other
fri*d, of the Society are
cor ladlitd to attend.
Ihe honor guests will be th,
PMd.4et of the Republic and
ReAnon. Also invited are
ablet members and their
TI*kets may be obtained from
Wti tUlowig or at the door:
Will rey, im Campbell, T. Y.
Denl$m, Sam Friedman, Fred
Gerh rdt. Louis Gomes. John
Gbrlrt, Joe Harrniton, Brack
lfttlr. Roy Mosher, Tom
Og1lesr. Dan Pagenta. Frank
Raym di. Bi11 Schititt and
Paul lebotbam.
Renv nations for tables can be
mac'.e y phoning the Union
Club any Cay after 5:00 p. m.

Probable Cause

Fouril Against

Alleged Forger
Probable cause was found
g'terday In Cristobel MaRis-
trite's Court where Luis Manuel
Romem,r 42. Panamanian, was
bound over for trial in US Dis-
tric Court on a charge of for-
lI tfor Romero wea contin-
ned at $t00. The sum had been
posted June 25%
Romero was arrested in mid-
June in Balboa on a warrant
Issued In August 194B.
He In charged with forgery
with Iftent to defraud Casa
Patlebh In Colon and the Chase
National Bank to Ctistobal of
the sum of ,37.45.

Benefit Casino
Opens At t Ucho

Sat s

The nbw .r
of Waterworke
bae Collection ran nmU
difflculues a oa It 1
of operation tor
garbage collection and
cleanln servinde.
4m.neatm Guard
morning wheieh. e a
at the wrong.pAf ,
their dunles iseet
However. after .,sowe da
situation was evetuaaly
ended out.
Guardlh said the dira
the department wee--
fled either wltdE
nirht, but t j.a nise
to Iron out aUli tmto
ficient ooe bryt,
Guardia he
a Ittwe ciafOEd
beyond imronkUent
The gWveMWent ftf
officially took over ta 4
tratUon of th. wawrtin
bags collectiaand IaM
Int of the a ing 9of.
Colon fro'I'M oanc
ernment ac STta i
terdav en thed1t!
At bthe S -
the wa
cities were '
Jose A. Remon. byt'
John a. Beyo-
Guardia sf B
the tanld ovet of
the Panama I t
played some 306
were employed i t xM
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San ^e aisjrem lr teeders .o The r or moderaonrend cor
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THEY ilYA~ AVZ TO ,tAKE CARE OFl, .t S, Germany thus far Ms d' ne

r pn a ou pamphlet. ass i.e" loue has clz*K proosedn tha-
deyesndeedbu t it-ior it-else" pt Mr e
is a child's paradise w Ioe all t. e d itsr ary pw er to with-
M AIL. her" bld W siua.imt hil Ul
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ar, a eat printing and passing takIteme tOlis a colidW iwinor thad,"th
o abon child psychology I a r ave them par- in senat'r sa e .Wii
saopaouldn't yank little Johe a F ree tgved.t hi o ee dr iet ol
S b -te epat and imebaBe and cuff him around ep beaeS after a ry toways s ,
Snly a o or he forgot toido aei r did untilhe slnateions i a-
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n"-pap ~ 'm s o-b ve awaran d.'m pact all ratify r t.iOnla esttern
ad, rrowmilnded and just plain stupid. Perhaps little John- ermany tu s aru to dc-

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lr dtO 9lot head on children- He OT ave them par- %e oSae nat e m ,s 8 -.lO O rd-
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o lo o, r o t a. Try to understand him. ; e- se ,00 ow be 00 iv
th tr o Iat t ir r n o world i. ie bill evdnt expectation Is
y enny .n wtyi ehor, Eitehower a t al da t dth;e'-9eUR t U *'
i 'rvho loves children This m olert measure il r d think we

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voted 2Peoar the sii Ieotaqiehnckrout of thetr msaboutt
uPS O03 SATURDAY ro ardl, olass Repqblcanh adie for bars wlo
s r~"IN,0st"njuP support for couid a clip..
S the I rit.btte. by "I for program, clu.e wheial
.ggotte ir played on Satut 5 jTaf a is sort of ihing until I tecalleda
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HOLLYWOOD INEA, Exclu- tract with MOM changes drasti-;

Suming her career s an actress }wl IS^ w terms... I
,now that her mother. Rita. ha b, ho .tLojng,. Long;
SBob Calhoun is carrying a,l- wi ehS ri_ e t
high torch for Ginny 8HAt and gurI3S| Deal guies
selling the mansion he bS kals l a "con at a fut cip
Their love nest to ban.ih ., 'ny OT I f at- 4.
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mind.... Betty Lana now has to, NWoyI IOUvS
co-sign the checks that Mario T
write or the bans won't cash J the song sen-
themr e rOB, 5 a t anything Ie-
thel ___ I'rous In with Danny
Donald O'Connor will eeMmrd Arnold, tes for Dean
a new song he just wrote w #h a IL Lewis. Despi
Snl Miller. The title s--o n'ds ar e y oanne says she,
t.. .,,t lit [h the "come-;

eaulll't e nere pmore iP 2
the face of Gwen O r'ss di- uP
4 "*n-s' "TBings Ea angaed d
a Let." .. Richared bZ was W
teld a TV starlet was M
Setross "I knew they WW A
ight," says Diok, "when I begaT
i t pick up spliters la the inMeb'--
Sir Laurence Olvier Ia
t over critical barbs hurledl.
In England for daring 's
the movie version of T'^.s S
1ar's Opera." 'Amateii."
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words used In the mace
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ford has beenA bo
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STable." She's Mto U..
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Richard Carlson's driecton Of
"Riders to the Starl" hasis PSO
fdueer Ivan Tors dredictin,: lm
"Hollywood's going to lose a good I
actor after this film." ... Thecan
goings on between a married moreQ
Hollywood siren and an English A af't th
'proi man on a recent African who a4 u04p
film location were eye-popping.
Billy Rose's secret Droject is1
grand ooera ain English. First
Iprod .:tiQn:' -"O rpheu." with .
book by Ben Hecht and new lv-
rlcs h' Yip Irarburg.... irth
5rm-rp7ue and director HuglO|A H a
rI-o-"n"ie are selllnr thel- Bev-:I IJ
,erl, HlIl. mansion and will live'
*In Fexico TOKYO. Jul
I --- .130 mile a&V
Greer QGaron can do televi- churned a
Wton. radio, stare plays, even cir- toward J
euras. next wJun when her con-Bing the

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4 (UP It was fJst like old
:today on the 2,800-ton Pe -
nio n freightef andra. I
The Sandra ran agroudnd on Sltate'
Itd Beach In a dense fog Bun- pot, n I
Sday. It was the second time In damage
Itwo months th- *hin has run there were
I 'nd on the Atlantic coast men's families
S The seagolnr tue A. J. McAl- uated from the
fllster failed to budre it at noon
yesterday. but McAllster Marine The sun br
Towitg Co. oflcial said they rlouda oyer Ky]
.wo"ld try iPlsi. the first timn
The Sandra grounded off Deal. Jauanese aqtj
'NJ.. last month. Tie vessel, own U.S. service
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five days and in Seoul. Korea, top-level dphomafs of the mRe O reo"
ites helped by Korea and the U.8. take time out for a stroll
cleared a*ay Palace. Left to right are: ROE PrimE'lnt Too
battened down President Eisenhower's special envoy. Walter Robertso; n
it of new storms. U.S. Secretary. soL8tate fpr,Public AffaiM, Carl C. MCCardl

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_Household Weil@ Alehom M @Msse Santa Clara.'Phone.3, 04k o2
LE:-9 foot porcelain Weist- FOR SALE -1953 Chrysler Cu.tcrm ,i20 An C C -ndSM.lOx Santo Clr Bh
so refrigerator, $100.00, 3 Imperial. 4-.3oor sedan, wh.te wall'a -- -d. ...Santo l B mqh
ad, 10 in:h. 25 cy:I nfan, $10.- tires, ralo, ow'.mileage, car on DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical CIr c0. SHRAPNELS furnished house.
tcrmaster furniture. Hou-e- excellent condition. Tlephone Coco Central A.enue "K- Street Corner 'Phone lbsm 1389. --
goods. House 1573-J. Govilan Solo 79. L_______ telephone 2-3479. Panamm FOR RENT.-Houe in Santa Cla,
SP_____ .. FOR SALE:-1951 Plymouth sedan. 9URUNDU NURSEP.Y SCHOOL open for we9;tnds, eek or rrigpth. Call
$ALE:-Refri erator, 7 cu. ft. radio, leather t.r. tery. Coll all surrmer. Call Balboa 1214, P. ---949 -
porcelain, 2 cycle and Ap x Anason, Balboa 23. 3. M or 80-ZI68. A. M. i Oceanside cottags .Sant
r,. 25 cycle....llO2- 2796,F1111 c11 11%rtLE. FOcR S A LEside .co A Eant
r, 25 cycle. Call 2-2796, FOR SALE: F9y 1 -Ford Cs FOR SALE Paam3-1877. Cristobal .1671.
F E:-2.-sktlea bed springs 390. Can be finci:-ed. Will accpt M;.elluneoM Gramlich Santa Clar usech.\
innerspring mattresses, I lnn 1940 or 1941 as trade ,n tage E bctric tceboxes, ls stoves m
.I bed sprig with Innerspring Pedfr g Miguel 4- 4 j FCR 5 LE 1939 Ford Coupe. a nao*a rates. Telephone 6-441
tress, condition fair. I single FOR S, tI.. Ch4vfo'et 4-door portia ly restored. 5"'40.00; 1932 iath*e; 4-567. Pedro MIpil.
-spring, condition good. Reo- sedan. fu'nning crd F.--- r eu;e, $125.00; Refr g'rotor W.ltegis' Santa Clara Besh co
le. 754-C, Balboa Road. $125.00 21726 otter 5 p 30 00: cmpn'ete pa.nt spray;r .2 droms. refrierotor, Reca.
F LER.efrigrotor6 0ft. 205 m.S c t.,t $.2 .00. 5720-,. Diabld: sibo a -305 e
ve ry go o00n MUST.t'" Che xl-. E-!!LL -SA;2: .- _h
'.2-6439. 0588-C, Anccn. Jl Heater, J.o.j Runabout with
FSALE-Pr Ir Rug. Baby Grandt t1fI II r offer Stic-C ott' coocl-ipe w n'in n n-.RENT
1 Stick Furpt ture, Holy-e Cter 4...i 4 33, on n 'n

LEy ama. Inc. e*Tu-. 2-06L0 asi a 3-3574. -_ LOTUO .
SFOR SALE: 947 Linosln, ren PANAMA CANAL COMPANY. electric or. Stable for .

e loqntu be'1.ta Colian-nd-I will be rect ved until 10-30 A. M.
LE:-Coldspot Refrigorator, r t iortc ',- 8.250 00.1Jly 21. 1953. in the office of room, d kitchen, mat
yces, $3.00, one porf. lot- 4t'h ily ~ 61. Phcne 2-' upern' dentt of Strehou:.n a- a
3.00. 642 Carruille. Phone 2446 oa. Ior 3.072 net tons Ferrou Srap lNo. 3, tale LL
18. Po t 50 i.IMelc!s located at Sect,on 1," Bot-. o bedSa
E: 9 FOR 194. 1co9 u.e. Invi'lion No. 24 FOR Bttld ro one bedroo^
or 4c c o le t n. fdi to cot~ .'-ty be oa trained froa h in Rr i n n he
334C5S ona v ."- tlo4 up__ 31 TOL C.7. as from office rf Supe!nlen- n to
el C. Apartment K. R F 2 hem- c-I Of Sliorhouses, telephone 2- novy bae..sgn at entrance Joh-
planl SALE- 0e nr5.e99n. fn
Arhu:s : reod ff lastic L. R. a'l 6F1 re nth! CRSAILE -10 Venetion Cdr tfor.C 'iNT!- -C6mpletey furnis
S dining tle and 4 chairs, "Ias 5..m' wl Dup'ex. Telephone Balbyo 1696. cholet.rtwo bedrooms, maid serv.
Sgas r etor 4 burner crifce for $1,70. Nun- 126 FOR SALE: M re Scuzer rooim Independent. nce. F
O stove. d compete. 34th St. 15th Sttet Paitia Fran- Puppydagoe goi.KC Rcgast- normaton Nsk ,
2 bV22Apt._3. Cisco). Phone Panama 3-2931. ired. Cac( th Avenue Niio., Fvlancisct
FOR SALE:-9 ft. Westinghouse re- FOR SALE* rThi 0r -2 thronmit-
frigerator, good condition. Phone POSition Off red oter Dyniamc Mik e,- E HF Con- FC'R RE bedroom chalet
86-6Z1. Can be seen at ve. :r Folded Di l 10 Mtrs. 25 garage, room. For inform.
s" e 3044" Pr6fton cycle 19 0. i-2735 tionf,'e-n 3-5141, aftHe 5:00
FOR SALE "-piece .attan living- for energetic Engl .h so-ikii g a.ter R. M..*
roomset; 2 chests of awes; al- e.,. P.a. 3-062. F. .....
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t' First Battaion at een avagble for a time. BUENOB ES, July I (Up) N .
The complete list of, bool The: a .shMp of the Con- N. .
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Wetory Puts Philadelphia AAt .l

Only 3 Games Out Of 1st ;
EW YORK, July 1 (UP) Granny Hammer Tea. W L t.
ca al "catch fire" ball tame and Manager Steve NewYork 4 s21 17
O' of the Phite, who has seen many a thrilling hi 41 2
la ing raly, agreed today that the 10-9 tenth Boston 38 34 4. 2
i victory over Brooklyn last night "could start hiladehl pa 32 39 1
Us our way.' st.o S2746 .370
Detroit 20 49 .209
as. all hands agreed, their games. George Kell also homer- Der D20m I
atos Important triumph of the ed for Boston and Alle Re.- TODAY'S GAMB
vea The Phils, though still in Inolds went down to his fourth St. Louis at Chicago
ro place, three games back defeat. Andy Carey and Yogi Cleveland at Detrob
gal on all of the leaders. And Berra homered for the Yankees. Washington at Phila. (N)
th It the hard way on a Cleveland moved to within New York at Boston
t swOgle by rookie Ted Ka- five games of the pailcky -- I
ins a deft aoueeze bunt world champs with a labor- wET n 'R MEmSU
I B Ashburn. which netted saving, five inning 6-4 victory .ESTERDAY'S RESULTS
runs in the 10th t In a rain-halted ne st l..Washington 000 010 002-3 7 0
0Cl l againlpt a lost rally that produced two chall each hit two run homers Porterfield 9-7 and Fltsger-
ta a .a bases-loaded two-out for4 he victory margin as Art aid. Kellner (7-6) and Astroth.
ain G1i Hodges. Houatteman beat his ex-mates .. i i
Il3hbad another big ral- for his fourth victory. Detroit t.Louis 001 OO 200-4 1 1
I e seventh when pitcher scored on a homer by Jehnny Chicago 00- 00 000-2 6 3
zik biht a homer and Pesky just before te rains CainePe (3-3), rtuat and Court-
came through with a came. so. eand Wison" ,
round tripoer and they The White Sox came to the on and Wilson.
air margin -5 in the end of a seven-game winning (Called at and of Bthb-R)asIa)
eNe on winnh~t pitcher Jim streak when the r deet- Cleveland 022 02-6 8 0
Rbo singled in a rin. But- ed them 4-2 with a la-bit attack Detroit 100 08-4 8 2
W lrdi's hor r, Hodres' that included a homer by Jim Houtteman (4-7) and Gins-
t Carl Parillo's ascorin Dyck. berg. Garver (a-?) and Batta.
fly ip 7-7 for the Pookq BobP rfieldwa Mr. Victory
In i..rnth and the Phlls had all by htelf at Phladel New York 000 00 001-4 8 0 .
1 ^ out for victory in the o yat- Phil N!w O N 0 0 00
to go Ak out for victory in the when he pi ed his fourth Cut- Boston 010 101 002-5 13 0
10tI... lout, a six-htt 3-0 victory for Reynolds (6-4) and Berra DMShS- -.
w e eWashington In which he also de- MaeDermott, Hudson Barber croZ as i te t
lkeeseht-ame Iosin livered a home run. It was hisl and Kinder (5-4) and White /hittingba '1 6t i-- _0
e& .finally came to an end in ninth triumph. i Lam. ,4al*fIr bN,
nd game of a double bll The Cubs lit into the third- m foerks.a .arl .oi aftW .l
at CilSinnati when Eddie Mat- place Cardinals again for 18 bits tafl l AfllUm ehrlYol
w h\ ht his 22nd homer in the and handed them their third NUifWE h W *-
10. .th b a man on base for a straight loss, 10-3 as the Phils Teants W L Pet.
S4'vldtoy, after Cincy had tak- moved within half a game of the Brooklyn 42 26 .639 .0 m i,4g.i
e,.oBe .ener. 6-3 on nomera by St. Louisiana. Howie Poelet who Milwaukee 42 27 J. W
Seianick, Jim Oreengras gave up five hits before tiring in St. Louis 30 29 5
a d orkowski in the late the heat, won his third game Philadelphia 37 27 .57
e Clacey's victory was Its against his old mates as Ralph New York 34 3 8.507 an r A
ti. a row, but the M lwau- Kiner connected for his 16th Cincinnati 30 38 441 mU L J r
Seeded the streak and home run. He got three of the Chicago 23 48 .348 .
pt. the Braves within half a Chicago hits. Frank Baumholtz Pittsburgh 25 50 .333 ,
of the top-dog Dodgers. collected four.
S' le, Utill plagued the Yank- Murrv Dickson pitched alx-hit TODAY% GA,"
s bl.ew a 4-3 lead at BO.- ball and Cal Abrams started him Philadelphia, at Brookly(N) ...
two "out in the ninth off right with a first inning Pittsburgh at' Nw' -
Wp.,mmy White hit a two- homer as the Pirates topped the Milwaukee at Chicinnat Atlantise KaBald La Lb
rqi~ oner to give theRedS ox a OlGiants, 3-1. Chicago at St. Louis (N) THE STAiJDINO
4' l.torv and extend Newi __ I_. ,
k dr ngt srea3- to eight. yesterday's Star B b .W L. t.
-- -- --. terfield of Washington who /8TW B AA S.TS Naval Btatie w. 5 A .YU4
S_ pitched his fowth a at and Chicag 040 400 200-10 18 2 Univeral lPOrt a .
ninth victory and hit a two- St. Louis 110 010000 -3 5 2 Gibraltar L
't rum homer n a six-it 3-4 de- Pollett (3-3. Lown and Me- V. P.-4
Slj eisl ulloughu. MUBler (-.(3-4k, Clark, ,
Cha brs ui Br f andTd Yvaus%,
S Straight All-St1 eg A-- .., A.
Sdit Contest Stars Play-+ "9
Wa 11em01 00-3 6 a Naval station 11 103pa

S* Seeod Game
~, b l t Ml l,,5 SM IAilwau. 100 ooo0 o50 2-8 11
Si Cicn. 200 020Ton 0E0-4 7 .0 Wh, e Wth two
Blardo Chyba, hardworkin: N pW IvmIII Surkont, Johnson (7), (2-1) tta were i.t- afth
rim porter pitcher., hurled and Cooper. Collm (2-), King side, the rasfuSteW 6 tp
h woe d consecutive no-hit and Ludrith. BSn~k the Atlnti bal
ashbto and thus insured the The West Coast All-Stars will 10). continued to tighten as".
S EpoHiof at least a tie for the play their third game in the Brooklyn 0-10- 10 40 hal f -e
IRambow City tMa'or Softball Panama Area tonight at the Br00olyn 010 040 002 2- 0 1 dteid. od O t
Leslpe Chemplonshlp. This was Fort ClayLon symnaslum when Phla. 002 0 410 3-10 14 0 took cesiedtly OwA OeB o
Rierdo'l fourth win, the they go up against the Army BRoe, Hughes (1). Line (8) best r1ame tme haae *r1- 'b
leaW high, and hbls fifth All-Star at 8 o'clock. Black (10), Mqken (10i and for the eag- ,q -wa,
leges jobhi. iThe* 4 Stars last night de- Campanella. Ridik (6) Kon-
bla administered his latest feated Chesterfieldu l2t stanty (7) Hansen (10) Drews ]l,4e t inW l
maIuploce to the Coco Solito 72- 0t the Paaams Gym. and Lopata. f12 an
Brown Baggers who then were With victories over Chester- offt t g 0-i e
n e place tied with Poll- field and BAM to their credit, Pittsburgh 100 002 000-3 0 o ian th i
clatrhend Cl theease touring West Coasters wil New York 000 001 000-1 1 0 wr ad to1k
a aad a half off the pace. be eklat their third straight Dickson (7-8) and Atwell. edgew -n e .tG
T dropped tthe BaggLrs decialon.Featuring the sterlin Gomes (4-4), Xolo (9) and ports five. Jy
to place tie with Powell lay of George Yardley, voted Westrum. Jun GOuM i h a
G |t. ai the outstanding amateur play- ", the' dotn=n ,
Sad ftnao bave er in the United States for the l21 Mas
I thediraehedule *th pEA season, the visitors have B Nft
e s Solitt having had little trouble in winning
a .their contests. T l l WI
%two Other college and National I
a ft needs a spUt, ,AU All -Anericais featured
ta incethe a the team are Bob McKeon v-r Phla
O. Major uoftb of the University of C aliforn i oa. V rM
a Walker of the same
a I other players final s tournament with

eerte pihcr, tho lantua rio Pnlls at the Pai
y aGoin. leo a ei o lympic tenl c enurt.,
SMr. Chyb rich. Stanford Universty; Bob Ater he t At ae wn h
1 3 t c l estles Inisoe Yardlry, Universty of Colorado; ti h he bare l na thbe avn
I; walk-ed 1I and allow- Jim Dean, Univerata of Califor v c i turned out to be one-
F f | ll hta. On the crest of nao; and Pal Holm. UniversRity ed t UP to the pot
i -lMted pitcher, the t Banta Clara. where the ore ws 4-4, I was o
S have sImd rht into Jat It, dseln Buoth ceach of a good match, well Pelad and
the Army team, has announced very evn After He won heis
t .Chyb svicter have hi started o They are Mrvce in a long ninth smme in
Ifip th enelmiores of Harry Vmith of the 370th EAR which each player had advan-

I gI thee i si runs atCo Other Armyter post, flankedr sre t membered thatst year while
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-- thing e be- Muy of tle 5th Ps: Man- threw the math while Nate
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name as they entered. .
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and as Sany nura- .worked
With jylnitn mefla
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ips won* r!fabre .hle' bnie.
tons. Then came m alcohol ap-
plIetion oat, the aaorq spot
ifts t handle the mammoth
eM ,w000 worth r nof sm"
rloballs used in the Montgomery
County Inoauulatlons came' lage-
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