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Vol. 6-No. 51 24 March 1949

Headquarters of the Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville And Commander Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District


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r--- ] -- Baseball Camp

A Proves PopularHans

0 LobertJohnny Hudson

Add Luster To 2nd Session

i .o "' q NrYd Highlighted} by the appearance of New York Giants

representatives Hans Lobert and Johnny Hudson, the sec-

ond session of the Jax-Navy Boys' Baseball Training Caniji"
Q M attracted an even bigger crowd of area youngsters than the

previous week, with a little over 400 teen-agers on hand '

for the two-hour session held here at Mason field last Sat-

:t4 f II I urday.The training camp for young
treated to firsthand -
spectators, were
I sters in the 13-19-year age group
the fundamentals
instruction in
sponsored jointly by the
t of the game by Hans Lo
Air Station and the City-of Jack
one-time New York Giants
to such tremendous bert,
sonville. has grown -
" infielder and Johnny Hudson, for
proportions that a halt
I mer Jacksonville Tars manager:,
was called )last week on applications
V Last Saturday's attendance, who flew here from the Giants
in Sanford, Fla., for
training camp
488 to be exact, was a big Increase -
over the 307 who were on a visit to the camp.
hand for the initial meeting two I 1 Lobe and Hudson entered into

weeks ago. Eager youngsters who the activity of the )local camp
intend to gain the fundamental right from the star t. Following

knowledge at the local camp, but his opening "hello" to the group

z ;''I i) 1 who have not registered and have In which he delivered a pep: talk,

missed the first, two sessions, must (Continued on Page 9))
I now wait until next year.
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x> Flrrt Hand Tutoring; -, ,.- --
Students as well as the many i
'Troops To See

More Essentials Major Leaguers

An opportunity to see the
Slated SaturdayFor I major league baseball player

_.___ v___ _.____u in action will be afforded ill
service personnel: : t trough th'
C\\II': ACTION PICK UP-ttractiug lut "" "IIr..lIl..r/ throng of 'o""g..l..rl than the prevlous BaseballersPicking courtesy of the USO-Salvation
\\.1. the "'oncl seton, of the! Jar-Navy noy' Ua..hull 'd'raining ('a 11I1' "a" highlighted hy I Army service clubs of .la1' ksouI -
the appearance of two New York G6snty reprr.rntatl.r.+. 111111" I.ob..rt and Johnny "d..oll. (Tamp up momentum with I viiiI: which have ranged free
Ir..or. George UO".r In..true'to 1& group of students on fundamental III the art IIf back..lopping each succeeding session, the Jax- I transportation Lo several of he

(Ihotu' Nt, 1), liana Ioh..rl, o"l".tlme Wanl" !great, Clvl"i 1& few batting pulnt..r'l 10 George U"nkl..y Navy Boys' baseball Training I I various opting training camps
In photo N u. :!. Lub..rt opened his visit here nuts a pep talk (photo S II. 3)) to the more than ..00YOIIII'Ilu" Camp. now boasting close' to 450 in Florida.A .

On the left I" JOhllllY llrsdson who al' here with him, and Comdr, Bill Elliot: nisi.ter members, enters its third chapter trip to Ot lando. trainingsite
of 'I"r..monle" Saturday morning with more tie- of the Washington Senators
---------- ----- ------ tail instructions on the agenda. is on tap for this coming;

Six Lovely Visitors Although no definite answer has I Sunday March 27 with the Detroit -

I Air-News Reveals'I been received the Philadelphia i Tigers clashing with the
Athletics and the New YOlk Yankees Washington Senators A second
I "Toni Twins" Entertained who have officially recognized I journey to Orlando Is scheduledfor

Need For Writers the local camp have been April 3, when the Senators

NARTU considering sending club representatives I battle the Philadelphia Athletics

By During( TourThe I The Jax: Air News announce and it could be possible I .
that one or two major leaguers Transportation will be provided :
prevailing question "Who's the dire need fur additional staff may make their appearancehere but each person must
got the Toni was answered
tint hand at the Naval Air Sta Six beautiful giiU and not niiMnber-i. Personnel with writ- Saturday's Saturday. two-hour session pay games his, which own iimit'skm varies from all 75

tion last week when three sets enough eligible bachelors forescortsthat's 11Ieexp..rl..w.e are preferred, butessperlenee will be divided into two portions, cents to one dollar.
of the beautiful "Toni Twins", the problem that I the first half devoted to a reviewof Personnel wishing to ntlikeSunday'
confronted NARTU.But U not absolutely n.-.c.
now touring the country, were immediately
fundamentals and the second trip must registerwith
entertained by members of NAR- hasty recruiting: of young eli- easary IAt"r.1! personnel runt ,' half a close supervision with instructions club director Helen Becker -
I gibles from Fighter Squadron 83
TU aid squadron VF83.It
In various I
playing po the Service Cluo 602 W.
all came about when of Carrier Air Group 8 saved the H the Jax Air News! editor at at
pro sitions. I
Adams Street in Jacksonville, .
gram director Roger Van Duzerof day. building 9SO or cull eat 11111&. Jointly sponsored by the NaCssntiourd l before Friday evening
radio station WMBR, asked if Feted here ( on Page 3)) .- -
Naval Air Reserve ,," .
the Training Chosen to escort the 'Con Ie -- -
Unit here would consider enter- were Lt. talnlng the famous twins for one I Ensign Robert Dominey Lt, (Ijg)
night during their stop-over in :' Arthur Plaut, Ensign Rex Howell,

Lt. (jg) John Goddena and Lt Tour Of Duty In Troubled Palestine With U. N.,
; (jg) Francis Yanoshik, who met
Red Cross Drive
their dates at a cocktail reception
given for the twins at the Is Keenly Recalled By Recent Station Arrival

I Roosevelt Hotel.Following1 .
NearingDeadline '
the reception at the "It was difficult to rea- N. Mediator, following the -is. ;

| Now in its third week, the an- Roosevelt, the guest twins two lize just what century I was .sasination Count Folke Berni-. i
i stunning blondes and four brun- ,
nual Red Cross fund drive aboard 1 dotle.I .
ettes, and their escorts were joinedby in, which filled one with a
the Naval Air Station, being heldin
other members 83 of awe" dis- I 1(1::11' AI.KKT: WATCHAlong
conjunction with the nationwide : of Squadron strange feeling I
other American
at a dinner at the officers' club. closed Lcdr. Harry M. Pugh ; with the f
appeal for fund.during the '
officers in the group. Commander :
The Tonics includethe
month of March, is progressing' now with the Overhaul and Pugh worked directly ''r
Herche Twins, Carita and
satisfactorily, according to official at the Na- Gen.' William S. Ki- A
i Mona from Sheboygan, Wis., and Repair department I under: Brig.
With reports.the drive to conclude on I 1 Willey Twins, Jane and Joyce' of i val Air Station, as he recalled I Iev7 chief of staff, from Sept.: 23,
Saddle River, N J., and the 1918 until F'eb. 2 of this year.
March 31, station department: events of his tour of duty iI j
I that time he acted **
Dunn; < "iI
Liegh Twins, Jane and Janet,
representatives have a little more with the United Nations last '
1 Port Control officer, charged with 111I
I who hail from Port Chester, N.
than a week to solicit their respective Y'I I year as military observer in 1 the inspection of all incoming and
"Weekend Willie" NARTU's
departments.To : I mechanical I 1 at Barsrah '
Palestine outgoing: ships Iraq :
carry on its nationwide pro- robot-mascot, and oftt.1 I ,
Haifa Palestine
I and at 8"rvingeight
of service, the Red Cross vial greeter, was on hand to greet I Pugh w on" >f 41 Navy, Army weeks in each It wasPugh's
.gram year calls upon the American the guests during their visit here.I I II and Air Force officers who volunteered I spot.
for continued support. I "Willie" furnished' the entertainment and eventually were''I irtx :: responsibility to see ttritno
of military
Throughout the month of March of the evening III he tiled chosen, for duty with the United immigrants age
I and material, were un
no war
the Red Cross is making its 1919 to guess which twin had the Toni. Nations in the troubled area of ; S1 S1R loaded.

appeal to the public to help sustain In hid search for the twins lie Palestine. Tto officers were I $ f
its far-flung activities activities bellowed "As long M they lookso flown to the troubled area, arriving There: were sonia 90 American,

that for every dollar ex- much alike, I don't care which I, ; at their destination shortly I { { 1 90 French, and 43:>> Belgian officers > ,

pended bring back five to tenfold one hag U+.* Toni, I'tt tk-4 them after Dr Ralph Bunche had as- -2a---. :I I serving as military observer, ,
of U.I I LCDR. IIAIlliV. 'tJiIt I (Continued 011 Page 2)
return in human welt" ,, (>>tt\, umd the position acting &


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JAX AIR N 24 March 1949

Jax Air News

Editorial Offices Not New Nuggets ,, SUPPLY

Svuth Wing, Lower D kBltlg. _
YflU'JI always' find bargainsat \
the Not-New Shop'We !
Telephone Extension-8184Axlrtw have several baby caringes -

H. I'Uofj, Editor lit rock,bottom prices
11... U>-.iii. !, AIU ('...t )'.M-b..|. $>, These are in need of minor repairs -
Mall Urltern
but the enterpiising father
The JAX AIR NEWS II published ..
I'I..:It.'I'I.\HS! ; Three
VMtkly at the U, S. Natal! Air feta can save himself' cash
tion, Jacksonville! Florida, and printed Shoes, hats, purse, clothing trophies came home to rest in Supply .
commercially with non,appicpi lated f for children and adults All this week, thus swelling the
funds at no expense to the govei\ 'nment l-' accrued since last No-
and In compliance with SecNav Circular I are low in pi'Ice, sum;
Letter 45-1918 dated U December 1943, I I Not-New Shop hOll's1000 ember to fl\e. Recently! added
l'lJ>IH are distributed free of charge to 1400 on Tuesdavs and Thursdays were the victory of the civilian
bt the Naval! Air Station, the Naval I in buildingPI3 with the keglers' and the double basketball
Air Receive Training' I nit, N val Auxiliary
Air Station Cecil Field and the Hobby Shop. Commission Sales championship of the enlisted personnel

U. S. Naval Hospital.The I are handled on Tuesdays only in intra-mural league and

I Donation ate always. welcome. station competition.
JAX AIR NEWS li a member of ... ___ ___u__ Getting; off to a bad start, the
the Ships' Editorial Association and, ,. ,t' t. ..', "' "t --________..___ capers, resting in third spot at
the Armed Forces Presi Set'lce. Re
production of material from these FUND DKHK REM1NUKK show the progress" of the Ked' mid-season, came back to win the

sources must bear a credit line. Repub. ('1'1_ fund drive now being conducted at the :Natal Air Station, the I 1I INSIDE second half National League

IJt'1Itlon ot other matter except by huge dcxk-llke alga at the entrance of the Nation also nerve as a crown by defeating NARTU, Two
service publications U prohibited with. reminder to lI..rIc' and of wins over the :Marines
out permission I of Editor JAX AIR military personnel the appeal for funds! PUBLIC WORKSThe straight:
NEWS Chairman of the local drive, {'ha plain Francis Lee Albert (left) and brought home the traveling trophy

Allen !I'Rrbf\Ulth, field director, give the new. sign I the e-rtre-over. Public Works dance of last ; for the station championship.

Manager B. B. Wilkerson' and
Saturday is still the topic of Ci.nversation -
RECREATION Coach Ray Hale can be mighty
BaseballContinued Tour around the division..
; proud of the quintet which! was

It was quite a success and those made up of Waters and daffy
( from Page 1)) I! (Continued from Page 1) '
ASHORE high scorer" and Rupert, Ptarnes, .
who were unable to go, really
Libert, along with Hudson, moved along with 200 American enlistedmen Smko, Dutrow Augustus and MeI -
right in with the mas, instructing from the technical services, missed' a good time The recreation I Neil A full report together. with

"HIIN ON IIIUKM TOOK IP Tnt various groups in the basic at the time Commander Pugh was committee did a fine job I pictures will be found ..elsewherein '
SALVA' TON ARMY fundamentals of the game. Quite working with the United .Nations,
land it is understood that it is in edition,
SERVICE MEN'S CLUB obviously as thrilled as some of The main duty of the body was to
planning more events for tMe Hlllhr' HITS A sad farewell
02 Mrsr; ADAMS ST. the youngsters, Lob""tho was look out for any violations of the I coming year. tomorrow to Betty Young, In Accounting
Phone 42104Jacksonville considered the fastest man in truce that existed between the
I and Joyce Cowart, in
| The commanding officer and
Fla baseball during his era, leally gave Jews and the Arabs.While .
his wife, along with the executive Control. Joyce, you remember
the benefit his
the of
TtIt'II"II"lAIU'" J4thfj throng long I in the Holy Land Pugh .officer were thegtientv. was the other winner in our teau-
+ found time to visit of the contest last and
The second session of the I many Also present were all I'nb- tv summer, since
t'KWA"IAIU'tl nth directed: George Boeiner camp ancient BibihcaV sites He stopped lie Works officer and their Ellen Griffin has already departed
'C 1 Ht> n.lI" discontinued until wasa at Jeiuslern. TelA"iBethl hfm, wives The. Recreation t om- that leaves the title wide open
review the first
of week's
April)I 1st and In handicraft the club-class Home folks with several added details program I Damascus, and Athens, He recalls mlttw wNhett to thank all winwere for the coming year Speakingof :
night that the famous sites had I II awards, we'll know tomorrowif
not on the committee, but
,SATMU>.\\. V1AIUII IMhCH in instructions delivered by the
'.n House--Kli'nli'. wiener roast at increasing staff of 18 NavjCityrecreat I suffered little damage from i who gave their talents In a..sUt- the movie colony agrees with

Unkbwanna Park. Softball archery )r\ i instructors : bombs, although there were many ante namely the men who painted your reporter's selection in the
and hcusefchoe Saturday night casualties among the population. the signs for the department. presentation of Academy Awards.
dan Group
IHft Dance dance 'e
.. the from Giants ODD silOl'PINCi HOl'KS: I, New From the Fire Un W I Untie it looks like Olivia DeHav.
.nw.A\. '' '&111 !;tu3l cue I I \
illand will the Oscar
get Sallies
II lava Hour. pancttken 1400H -- Scout Lobeit, who warned themto "The whole territory appearedin E, BU l'Iell.' of No. 3 fire station ,
still holds out for .
< me, Town Hour 100- \ espertime > "play the game hard, but fair' a very fair state of prf'st'ru'tlon" came close to losing his car recently JaneVjman
1KO-Buffet supper 19Jl- and Laurence Olivier with the best
:Musical program. listen to your favor and honest, but play to win at'' he declared adding that He went on a huntingtrip I of Snake Pit."
\ JuliO progiams After noon- the same time trying to dg the "I was particularly impressed by and bet his wife he would I picture
"Take me out to the hall game"- right thing at the right time',"' the seeming elimination of time' bring home some' birds. He won I It will be !some! time before R
fret below.MtlNIAt'I K. Brown
the lads jumped into their activities -I Like most Americans, Pugh the bet by just one bird Ask I accepts any chewing
VIAIUH 28thIHr gum from Ma Williams Slam
-tc'IOIlini Club goes to Alleys at with the zest and vigor of ma. brought back many souvenirs acquired Jim Godbold what happened to min' Sammy Snead can thank the
Mh and Main Join the group In the I jor-leaguers. during his stay in the him on that flsmg trip with E L.
two Reiter for
fMl, MAK('H ?!lll' help to him on the 12th fair
where they can receive closer attention boxes leather and brass goods Tom Jordan certainly made a cute
]<<.'<(>Roller skating at Jax Roller way during the Jax Open tournament -
the local diamond aspirants couple on the dance floor at thePublic
Kink ISO N'ltiht two for the pike and brocades Pugh revealed that last week-end Frank will\
*( tne, In the club-Snack but &pe- are being taught the fundamentals he found it not always easy to Works dance t their dancing be glad to give the word on
dials.tIHN1.vlAl' in batting, bunting, base together was a perfect example !
find an open shop due to the observance -
IAKII 30th 1 this Get a load of Ruth Linn'sengagement
Weekly' Partx' -IJA CI::. Spaghetti Sup- running, home plate etiquette, fly- I of three weekly<< religion of the blind leading the i ring, which is not
chasing, infield play, delivery blind)I.
jifr futvoied! vtlth fun holidays,
terrific but
"'I'U m! : and only mighty
sliding, pitchingcatching, ,
"The closed their Who was that Individual who Walter
shopkeepers Rodgers and his
Consult bulletin board for bus trips Other will i I new
base-stealing stages I
Ie big league baseball gantei places of business on Friday if was Keen dancing with hit own 1 convertible Ford and Frank Wilcox -
Marsh 271 h "-, Washington Senators be overed as the camp progresses they were Mohammedans, on wife ? From all report, allfiremen in his shiny' new Plymouthare
>s Detroit Tigers at OiUndo Also --
Rochester. Columbus at Daytonabeach. Saturday if they were Jews and who were off duty that helping to make Supply park.
USAFI Mobile Unit of course en Sunday of they were night had a fine time The firedepartment ing lot look like a country chib.

April 3id- Washington Senators M. Plans National TourThe Christians We never knew when a congratulate the 'om.mlttee ; Kenneth King of south area was
rhlllv Athletics at Oilaodo.
MOW IN THE CLUB,--Language classes shop would be open", declared for Its effort and hope ,'! the winner of the new Chevrolet

In panlRh }Irene, \>, S Atm U. S, Armed Forces Institute Pugh. that It arrange more r of the name which was given away by the
Rielhtd Qualified liulslllnl. MUlilclA'f'lsClllsslcal. { Mobile Unit will embark soon The local officer a native of more often. !IWe Jacksonville Jaycees at the Jax

light opera' albums. temKlaMlial i records galoie and I I upon a three-months tour of Navy, Bradford, Ohio, attended' Culver are glad: to report that Mr. Open Golf tournament

Jnteiented In Public Speaking Auk Air Force and Army installations Military Academy in Indiana and Wemp's' wife is on the road to recovery "

K>r special albums it was learned today graduated from Ohio State Unl and here is hoping that
I I Starting at Barksdale Air Force verslty in 1037 Two yearn Inter she continues to improve Mr. Breezing AroundO

Base, La.. personnel of the Mobile he received an appointment as Miller of the' Furniture' warehouse

Unit will inform service men aviation cadet, and during the let his 210 pounds fall off an oil & R

HospitalChatter of what materials are availableand war he served with a bomber drum last week which was 20 feet
enrollments anti-submarine high, down at Two things we must do. First
accept for correspondence squadron on pa- building >0. That
of self-itudy courses. trol duty in the Carribean. wag the landslide of the 3ear we want to apologize' to Ml three
people whom I have' over looked
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and who want to see their name In

print occasionally, I'll try to da

All interested in learning how better on that 'lIl'ore" Next,

to play the new game, "Bunco' 1- I apologize to all those whose horrible .
tan come to the Recreation Hall, ,. secrets Ive divulged te the
Thursday night :March 24 (tonight ___ critical and caustic eyes of the

) at 1530 If you already public in general. I'll try to do
know how to play the game, you 41 f :Ltsy, better on that, too!

are Mill welcome! Now that I've eaten humble fie

The Monday night Recreation and promised to Improve, I'll startit

Hall patty will feature a floorshow t- all oerv again. Gossip, idle rtl-

presented by performers mora and news are all grist for

tIm the Bagaley Theatre of Jacksonville : the mills of a reporter, no matter

Most of the entet'taintrsare tr how small the paper or insignificant .

children, quite talented actors the! column There now I'e

and actresses Their presentations said' it and I'm glad :

in the past have always'' I IIen \/ \is.- My own personal Leprechauntells

entertaining!:, and Mondays r me that Electronics has recently -. .
.how is expected to be as good: ; Sf a improved due to something ;

if not: better about faith I must be dens, '

Brush that Stardust out of your I or is (it all a joke Spring inhere r ri

eyes! Better yet keep it there ,as I said last week, and

long enough for a dance with a I congratulations are again in cider} !

lovely! partner at the Spring Fo.I I I I this time, to Jimmy Campbell's J

i<' It will be a formal with dress brother-in-law In the very near future

Hues In order The affair I Is Tuesday By the way of Interest to ,

night! at 2000 at the auditorium all sports fans we aie going to

music by the Malnside band. have an O and R baseball team

instead of a Softball team this

year, There Is nearly a thousaand

dollars available for equipment.

mmmmrm.I. Congratulations fellows, I'm sure

everyone will be rooting for you

a the fkap1 ntmUfkamm I to come out on top
sad M..tI. ",*... A big fishing trip is being
1' P.I....... I planned in the near future by the

chiefs in shop' 4112 For several I
; )(M3 General Vtoinhlp Seivke, Chaps : days that's all they have talked i
isle Francis L. Alb I about Now let's sit back and waitas I
(a....'.. i
**>- MIM f s s i ,3 r they weigh in the catth.
3100-:MMKS J. Waddington of 4H2. is a !
r., two- 'nil Field proud papa The new arrival I Is a
S A Melding sill clbcUl .
at Ulh masMii boy passed out the cigars In
. blue wrappers in honor of the
An l>uldr Nursery lor small eklt- occasion! ,
titan la maintained between ('!Ml and .
I. Ralph Hendeison is going;
Wfc: A TFOlt: "\\IIJ.JK--The ine<'It.ti i4'al rohot-maseot. "Weekendlllit". ..f the "UitLeiul to buy an earphone Reasonhalfof .

I NAVAL ttOpj"L CUAfM. Warriors" cpr NAHTIT-Jax make a hit again: this lime with the f.kiuoUH Ton I Twins, uh, .itoM>flat his division has been suffering
Ward A-l the Naval Air !Station last week. Grouped around \\lllie, front tIP back, are the lI..rl'lu'In,<, I from laryngitis lately and he cant '
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JJ.IlItl-DlYlna fr W"nhlJChaplain tr t t F. I CariU and Mona from Sheboygan, Wiv.; the IVilley twins, ,lane unit J"}.'e from "wMIe< Inter, hear them .As a suggestion, perhaps -

D Hewitt Jr. N. J., and the Ilegh twins Jane and Janet from Tort Ouster, N. \'. smoke signals' would help.

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t Banquet HonorsOverhaulRepair Marine Keglers Squadron Six

Reach Top RungOf

1 EM CircuitBowling In Golf Finals!

f Bowling Teams consistency,over the the Marines pins keglers with With Hospital ,t i1

pulled their way out of a first-'
A Iwncjuet-clrtnce at the Winder place deadlcKk with VF-81 in the Carrying the banners of the

Hotel in Jacksonville Friday, enlisted bowling circuit to forge American League, FASRON Six

March 11 topped off successful out in front with a record of 11 golfers will match divots with the

-tone-luslon to the 10-team Overhaul points gained against a single i Hospital linksmen, National locp

and Repair bowling league'sJ94849 j tepiesentatlves, on the local J links!

season loss.VF81 dropped three points to Satut'day morning, to decide tt.e

Tropl1lt's'E'I'(1I presented to the the CrO's to drop to second spot I all-station intra-mural golf title.

,\\n'\' i champion Overhaul and Control with a 9-3 slate. In third spot are I I Both aggregations gained their

'J \ team and runeis-up Structures Oi- the Chiefs with a 10-6! record |I berths' in the final round of play

..' vision squad. Individual trophieswere while Hospital rests' In fourth by finishing on top in their respective
:1 presented to team members with a 11-9 aggregate divisions

': t c>f the championship squad. Leading average man in the I I FASRON led the American league -

Individual trophies were also second round of competition is from the outset finishing

awarded to bowler Charlie Adams Louis Novak of Dispensary witha I I with a total of 472 points.

for high average; Everett o\\'usn ('II A1\fI'S HONORED: -Capt. Robert O. Minter, I 172 average. John King of VF-82 finished In second place

t Brock, second high average: \\. A I Overhaul and Repair officer\ presents the Overhaul and Repair BowlIng Operations' is close! behind with .! with 39 12. while VF-81: clinched

Stanul third}\ high-average; Jim league championship trophy to Anthony Qiiagallano, captainof 170 and Ed McKnight of Hospital third place with 9 1-2 points. Hc s-

I, ,Vearil high set; Herb Flnney, I the winning Overhaul and Control team, during the league's I is third with 168. / 'i pital, on the other hand, captured

second high-set; J. G. Finenco. I banquet-dance held recently at the Windsor Hotel. Looking on are Paul King, Dispensary kegler, i the National loop honors with 35

third! high-net; Glenn Volp, high Lt .lames O. Iturton team mmebrr, and Lt, Charles :Shuford, Overhaul captured single game honors in :, points, followed by Overhaul and
singles: J. ){. Surrett, second high and Control officer the first week of competition by Repair with 23 marker.
singles; and George Arnold, third compiling a 255 score, and still | Another all-station tournament

.high singles holds the 4op spot In that bracket ,lis slated for the latter part it

Lt. It. L. Freeman, acting Inspecting endI1inq7 In the high series division, Paul I, this month. Three divisions, instead -

officer, was presented a .- Gurney of Dispensary has a pin I of the usual two will reformed

Jarge push-broom as' A hint to use I total of 583 and John King of with a roster, of over t.I !.
in sweeping the alleys clean durIng Operations boasts a 581 count for |I teen teams expected to compete
Notes '
the next competition /H three lines.Monday in the future meet.PLAYERS .

Guests at the banquet Included night Operations battles S S I,

Capt. Robert O. Mmto, Overhaul from VF-81 while FASRON Six NEEDED

and Repair Officer; Comdr, Cheater with '
tangles Hospital. Both matches Personnel who can play base:
A. Briggs, Lcdr. Preston R. I will be played on the enlisted ball still have an opportunity to

IU>cker, Lt. W. F. St. Clair, Lt'l NllRTUMumns alleys in building 3. gain a berth on the Jax-Navy

{ Charles Shu ford, and Lt. C. I I baseball squad. All positions are

: \ still wide open, Coach George
VI'Ml..56'ho'a going to Plans UnderwayFor Boerner reports.
start the ball lolling on the Bermuda I .

Commercial Bulletin I naxhop ? Always did : Intra-Mural
know that we have a good bunchof I

until Is filler Call ext 8230. cryptanalysts in our squadton. : i
Bulletin Mill be accepted only space Confront Lt. Tableing about Softball LeagueSixteen LITES AND MIKESVictor

KOIt "t.A, I.): Ship's Service Bldg. 155, his work along that line while in have already
ride from Copeland and CnU aggregations -
Two Mitt df officer white tailored New Orleans.
announced their intentionsof
Hours from Own to 16.10 Ad-
by.Marlowe 2-4MP after\\ '1700.Talor sUe. 38 Baitholsrh. kins, BldR 9:<0 or Ph 8230 or 8184. I Congratulations to Lcdr. Nearing entering the station intra-mural McLajflen couldn't jet
I We see that good old 201 softball this rid of a mongrel dog during t>,o
( made blue uniform, reasonable loop competition season -
Mike TiannpoiUtlon Bldg. 125 can flap around again.: Who suggested which is slated to get into I filming: of She Wore A Yellow

rh. ut. 375.asty : that it be'equipped with full swing the eatly put of next I Ribbon. So, Director John Ford
: mi filler. Older, 1335-A Randolph skis for better landing ? We month. wrote the canine right into the
USt.:' NAS, don't seem to have luck tracing script. McLaglen, portraying a
7; lot. Also small Last the Naval Air Re-
C-room house on sere year ,
down the Lt. Novak lit drill the
Will reason up sergeant, now pats! drg,
koune rentlnc for K5: monthly serveTraining Unit fielded the
tt< 87A Miami not so long I and "Nice dog-Irish set.
: : sell tioth fot jn.JiOO.: Pike. ago. says,
... top team, and heads the list again "
Rt. 1. Ctfrn Cove Swings. ter..
"Tell Roy" cooking range. $15 Black SALTY HUMOR FROM Complete reports of the examinations I this year with practically the *
Diamond I/nell washing machine of last month are not same group of playerg. A lecent I"I
with I'OioflHln tub. !In Bond& I romlltlon. HERE AND THERE yet available. Some who we learn I comer to the station, Squadron I Spike Jones captured the National -
t SW I'I' 611.LuplCHpe that passed are: L. L. Johnson, Hardware As ocla tion's
ninf"'h VA-45. boasts two complete teamson I
alter, IK I :JM "
highest tribute. For his consistent
Smith, M19 Duke Rd.. Soutrnlrte I hAFSN, Frank Dunway, SR. ; Robert the roster now being formed.
An American resident In China
, use of nuts, bolts, dishpans and
Ph. M5W G. Trine. SR; William L. Grls- The Marines, in the I
, 'K DIAmond blue white ring, 1\1: pu I I remonstrated with her houseboyfor son SR; Harold Carron SR; Don- II runners-up hammers, the zany bandleaderwas
; .1 ;; ; elitist of 1/3. Platinum setting v.Ithnt taking her linen into her bed- ,i classic last year, have not been given the title "Wagner ci
al L. O'Steen. SR N. D. Rice SR
; diamond baguette on each ililf without knocking. ; ; heard from yet, but with their "
: "Mid Clntlctflln room 'Roy Bundy. SR \\'. M. Babbitt, I the Washboard.
-r $105(1. Also 1 washer. not ; ace pitcher Dumpy Shaw still
excellent "That all right, Missy, said tl1enath'f' I I .
; white enamel I SR ; J. C. Dungan, SR; R E :Morris i aboaid expected to fielda
i ,.'' : condition $22. Ph. ext. 301 team equally as powerful as
1710.t' through keyhole. Nothing on, no smashers' .
already has sold ke-
:' Whitney collapsible hah> E. R. W. Stinnett, SR. i they did In 1948.
,: rllrrll ll". "8, 14. ft. Trek null host come in. I boxes to Eskimos, found a needlein
, The anxious to
17. is
squadron extend -
t'easonable.I I 20 TpitniN Irapec; >ted I
; I. with SO f<\, ft.'ot null, .a haystack and personally
',i..4ti, Jordan M22: Tlmuquana Road.u. I "You know, I almost married hopes of a speedy recovery to Among the other diamond I I hatched an ostrich Now eweryone
:newly painted kitchen table ndrhn'lri I violinist." 'Lt. Cjgl) L. M. Green who was squads entered in the competitionto I I egg.
a in accusing/ him of
,: J19. White :3417A Klljuon hurt when he jumped from PV-2 starting
: .. Dewey Pst ik.i "That so ? date are: the latest fad Pyramid Clubs!
:p. ,. < , ," MOO)) In nice III" n. Will sell furnl with that Lt. R. 1... Oreair and Lt. I
hd unfurnlahed. Substantial string along me. Dispensary, Paraloft, R-l Gene An try has not worn a >>"*.
.4 or 4r. N. L. Dixon have become recent .
down payment piefetifd. Hulrhlnon < Division Overhaul and Repair, Iness suit since 1910": Since his
". t 5311 Stanley Ate., Ph ext. O.: "Was the party a success I fathers, each being presented with Galley Cooks ComFair NAMTD wartime Air Force uniform was
and head l owaleipioot a girl.
4-MK-llon tripod : I : Station Police VF-41 and the In moth balls American'
f! watch. Ptighee, Rm. 102.1 ? put No.
ni 1 ;K : chine Miughan. 11X\B: \ Allegheny I bloodshot head- on his appreciation for the swell fits He $200 for
Rrwcl.C I came home in had |Iin operation, which will be used I pays suits HO
:' ''''A. pppiox. 70-140 10 minutes (tornNA" lights." turnout at inspection March 3. for the event this year, ate the for boots and $75 apiece for hIS
" .,J" in OitPj Farms, 1/2 r The squadron had an overall attendance Power plant diamond two diamonds '"' '; 244.from river. *2M> eachfl! Davis| ext.l,I Sailor: "I thought the doctor of 70 per cent with officers : at Mason Field and one. 0 *

_v OlMin Mcjrle. P month .old $25.! told you to stop all drinks, Jake" I credited with 100 per cent i Ion the Mat area rear the Chief'1quarters. I (Vlele Holm finished hf'rok:

,;; -' nitmma, 12SA: Cecil Field or Ph I Jake: "Well, you don't see any Admiral Richard Whitehead, on culinary arts. The screed will
CecJI Field 2-T793 and auk for ext.I I chief Naval Air Reserve
-IfJr getting past me, do you ? I Training Over twenty teams are expected be dubbtd'Holm Cooking!
pC.1 I the word to the .
t4:2.F..rd passed on squadron -
custom club ''(>ul'l'. All to be in the fold by the time
tr".. Must sell Imml'IIlatl'lr11111 11111' I In a ]letter renewing a subscription : commanding officer that VP56 loop play starts with one team I Elizabeth Taylor. Patricia ;VI' ,
rifle for '16.'iO. Puker. 1431H Child to the Wheeling NewsRegister I : was an excellent group In appearance entered from each division and Mori1)a3', Jane J'U\\f'1I. U'ands

'42 St.Ford, HAS.4-dr.Th.sedan e\t. with 102 radio and : "I personally enjoy your PRI I that is There is stIll :sqaudron attached to the station I llenilrlx anti Ann Bl> I th coppedthe

new tires, Kxcellent ('ondll lon. I'P'' per as much as my husband." I that chance of gaining the Noel Redbook Magazine: award *s

und make an offer Ialllnl(. 38'O-B Davis trophy. Just keep plugging.Hate I A fixed schedule will) be announced the six outstanding starlets rf '49.
NOl man, Dewey PilI ik. Ext. .131 to friend leaveus. ,
I see our I S t
rishlnj worms, packed with feed In The mental hospital's new arrival later with several night'games
pint r""l11lnI'I'A to last several dn>'.. was unusually gay. He talked Looks as though Lt. I jg) C. slated to be played on the Sailor! : "My wife says that If I
Order l taken hv R K. SchuU. ()&R. repeatedly of his twin brother, E. Becht has moved away Power plant field don't stop flirting with other women -

hangar 123. Shop 1012. after which he would burst into A pleasure to welcome the following .- she's going to ]I'amt',"
14lh leaKonnhlf.
rKet of f-nryrloredlHH -
Muiph Ph 2,687.1.MmhuKhek gales of laughter. explained newcomers: C. E Hodges, \VOKD* OF NI1DOMWAVE Buddy: "That's going tf'1,41:
upright piano, good tonsil that people always confused the ADF3; T. G. Kennard. YNT1 ; B. : "That sailor pure got pretty tough on you, isn't it ""
tlon.5'111 sHcilflie' for $IOf\. two of them. "He was arrested for I A. Viekery. SR; E. R. Walsh, EN; fresh last night." Sailor\ : "Yeah, I'll miss her."
ton. Ph, 7- )R6 or Shop 414Z: Arming.i
FOR RENT speeding I had to pay the fine," and an associate\ volunteer Lcdr.H. WAC: "Why: didn't you slap his
the doctor was told. "I had a girl A. Smith. face ?" The most popular movie shortIn
Big t duplex 2 bedrooms. $:10 per'i .
,;,1 month. O'B nnon, 3237 Post I'jl i and he ran off with her. But I got i Cur ions how it Is possible to WAVE: "I did, and take my advice Manitoba (Canada), Is a thc-e
/:{ Widow will share house with one sir'' even with him last week!" chase one another all over the I : Never slap a lIe\1or'\ fAce reel) movie on Basketball Technique
6*' two rouplo Electric: kitchen Por- "How was that ?" globe. Chief Burns and Lcdr. Gay I when he's chewin' tobacco" ,
,' man J'h. 238(18.Iiro seemed to have been the .
on same
inn duplex gat age apt Vtllltlp* "I died, and they buried him,
i' fiimlshffk, Available ApHI ]"t. $65. ships and visited the same ports I Spring l III (tIP season vs hen the!

.' monthly' .rent Br sch. Ph. 2-040fi. in foxhole during the past war, but always I sap rises, and he' a- groom by More
\ Two Seabees were a .
TVmnlow and
housekeeping room at different times. I .'"nl'.
i:' *r>111? everything Juinlahed J7..V Came a loud crash. "
'arc;, and' up per week I.lndu AJ.III 7MW : .I "What's that" asked the first (ContlniK-d from Page 1)

!i' Aclanrw. PhO 4.H895. "bombs or thunder' ?" val Air Station and the City twin beds wllhmnnertlng
f IICP Httlllt'Ihf loom
,'.. hash Palmer, Ph. 2-9342. "Bombs' ," replied the second. io the I'IC''oolA'hifoh' '
" 7-ioom house, all modem oomenlenocs. "Oh I was afraid it was goingto o D 00 now has received over fiPO applications -
" rheap. Kuatetllng, Ph. 7-flOSl.\ : tart raining. i iI I but has had to call *
Two furnished rontln.
sleeping room :
iioui hot water, Men preferred. Can halt to the actual number of participants
lie teen after 1830 and Sundavt is taking this area ty
Jumpp. 3811 College, Ph. 2-7523 .I Teacher: "Tommy name nev I MAINSIDE AUDITORIUM slot m,
S-rrxirn furnished apt. $43. Near NAS I I'things that contain milk." The 18 member Instructors'

Lovely 4502 In home, breakfast I I I "Tommy" : "Ice cream and .a Movies: f'.ktlJty"-17(I Hnd 2000; 'H..kt'ncl-14 and 2'I WH. Rtaff.' composed of Navy personnel

optlonnl. Conet' NAS. Irving, cow. TIU'BSDAY and City Recreation workers5under
2A08 Iroquoln. Ph I Teacher: "That's' only two "
IItl.I'I: ONO OF INDIA", starring Sabu and Turhan Bey. camp director George Boer

:Baby sitter Carole Dodson at 1015 I things. FRIDAY"HOMICIDE" I nn, will begin sharp lookout
Burin St.: ext. M45Ixi Tommy: "It's five things." I with Robert Douglas find H. Westcolt. for the cream of the crop which
t, blue address book account num. guess you never saw a ('(IV!. SATI'KUAY AND SUNDAY will form the squad that will
bets and family addreaapa, very val
' uable. LIberal reward. Carroll, Vf8.3 "THE THREE MUSKETEERS", featuring LIma Turner and l participate in the all-star games
hangar 114. "1 always pay my income tax dancer Gene Kelly. slated for the final week of play
lust, Mercury outboard motor 10 br- atI'e.." MONDAY \ Originally It was planned tG
\ Model No. KK-7. Serial No.
Liberal irwiiic) Slit-ni ext. I "But you are allowed to pay it "CAUGHT", starring James Mason find Barbara Pel Grririe-a. have me all-star fray, but tb'
2-1340. 2112'07'1 In quarterly installments." TUESDAY, ; AND WEDNESDAY Increased enrollment)] has necesu

"Wanted, tide Stem San Marco In "I know it, but my heart can't "CANADIAN-PACIFIC", leatunng Randolph Scott; and Jane sitated the selection of four aD.
Sldr to NAS How MO to
Cull Marts et ext M4C t>r stand it Jour times a year" Wyatt. star teams for two fames.

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rage Four JAX AIR NEWS 24 March 1949

JOX-NRVY Diomondeers

Drop Pair To Tarheels


A green, inexperienced Jax-Navy baseball nine will

1 to crash into the win column after two straight setbacks

, r when it takes to the the road to meet the University of

I Miami Hurricanes in a two-game sories Saturday and Sunday .
in Miami.
l With a few short weeks of -
only a single to center to push home .
p> dice sessions under their, belts, '
two counters in the home half of
the locals fell victims to the hardhitting
the first setto.
: University of North Carolina ,
Tarheels in their opening: two-
game aeries last weekend The "Red" Doll Jax Navy hurler
invading Tai'heels, Southern NC didn't give the visitors much to
Sv AA champs took the measure of cut at in the first two inning
: I va Jax-Navy, 218. in the first tilt limiting them to a lone safety,
> rwvPp' Sunday and rallied to take the but in the third frame the Ca.-
qtr second 7-3: Monday at Mason linlans slammed out four success
save base hits to knot the score
d '? $ field.The local batsmen didn't waste' at two all. and forged ahead in

any time scoring runs In Mon the sixth with 4 big runs on two
days fray Taking advantage ofthree walks and a trio of singles.
free passes from the offer- Nelson opened the last half of
ings of Tar Heel moundsman, the sixth with a lusty triple down
) Dean Casswell' Navy outfielder the right field line and later croll8a:

l' Dick Nelson, promptly rapped out ed the plate with the third l Inca
tally on a long fly to left, off
the bet of Bill Roger The Tar
Heels scored again in the eighth
canto on walk, fielders choice,
1NTK\->HWAI. OlAMI'v- and a local miscue

Stugiiig a ,-.>iiifl nk after a In Sunday's: encounter the

slow tart Supply ba.krtrrrs, r. Taiheel war clubs drove two Jax.
y Navy inoundsmen from the hill
(lop) National I I I.*> with a 22-hit attar k including
"IllIr..1 l the UK lotra-rnural two doubles and a pair of triple
basketball championship by to tally 21 runs ;Local l attei a

downing the Marine*, Anieiln tugged the offerings of thief. col-
lege hurlers for 4 bingles and :i
leagueIHi>r Inti.
'hamlll.hlil| i | pl.toff*. Mrnilwr; The visitoroied in every

uf the champion supply| | Tram inning but the third with a flvo.

pirtiiifil art-: front row I..ft ,to run barrage in the fifth fram*

right, Gus .\111.111"| Kd: "'Ii' on three singles, a free pass anda
t..r., JIM* :sinki, Joe ll.'\rat.
Jax-Navy: : had its turn iu the I
Rack ', |Ha.lIal.I.>. "IIltd liItoh
row : j
6th inning waiting out six frea-VtMjftV|
l mtoKill ( 'Iall)'. ItnyMainv passes and a single floor the batfcy *,,
4 1
: Keith Kupert. and (tillHl.ersoM of third sinker Dick Nelson \n :* f / y,_>, ,

\\' 11I11 1111 I'r. Uiinnrii|> :Lt'i S u1i4 gainer four inns The station 1 "
4 5' hOIIl..hid"rli scored a pair I of runs J-
.M.imit' tram memWrH 1 night i '
the third setto two walks
in on ,
artfront: nice. left/ fu right ? ( 1f- a CdiolmA nnscue and a safely,

gilder, "Red" Moylan drove home <"**f i
Rnr.iny; Had. row :M.ijur r I
two mote local tallies in UMoutth
win It. (il.iss. coach ; ""(irjfel
: with a long double t.i
>i\on. "s.tin I'.iS'4. 11:111 liiiiihcit" "right, center

I."" ,.,,) UiUitii, l>.,r\l. I Kh.i\i and Tai Heel olltl l'(,It'1'. lid.he Lan all

I.eo 1.11 Ni-igf,; II hlllot 10;,'1'. r hud a big daat: the plate eol
l Ii" tint: a tiiplt. two doubles, Htn-i
4 -tingle in six tiips.

Georgia UniversityWins Navy Wives' Golfers I
Glovers Gain Revenge
Stage Tournament
Links "
I Twenty-eight members of th.,

In With PensacolaLocals power iul UniveiMly of (jpori ; NAW Oftkt"s'Vlves Golf Club
Split Si: golf aggregation invaded the participated in the "Umg()- .,nlo.
1 local links last Sunday to hand Bungo" tournament held at the
the Jax-Nnvv divot-diggeis their local links last Friday.

second detent of the season, 151 Joy Giego, Terry Smith, and
Grab Two Verdicts Fleet SquadronMapleKnockers 1 11. by copping two out (of thieematches. Elaine Hillis finished in a dell'.i-

lock for top honors with a acoref
Alth gh the Georgians came ) 21 in the class "A" division.
Plus Match
In Mitt
out on top in the long run Er- Irma Sihrader was close behind
win Scott copped( low score hon- with a tally of 18.

Leather-pushers; fioni the VAS Jax.(;reen Cove stables ore in the meet for Navy by In the class "B" group Sara'
In Meet FinalsFASRON shooting a low score of 76 on Ga l'hell topped the field with an
gained a portion of revenge over the Pen sa col a Gosling the 18-hole layout. Al Spears of aggregate 17 with Ann Furry

hattlers when they split a five'- )out card, annexing- two wins Six's highpoweredmaple Georgia came in with a 78. 'unner'-up with 14 points.

and a draw at the Pensacola arena, last Friday night. A knockers knocked off a Station champ Tony Giego and Beginners insttuction clasf

week before the I'ensacola warriors edged the Jax: Navy strong VF-83 alley squad by a William VfcWilliami accounted I' will Resume next week with 3ta
squad. (1)-) L at the Mainside auditorium 228 pin margin in a _,,",I.nnals for two and one-half of Navy'j lion plO Jack Harvey instructing
In the thiee-rounder which wits match of the Otnceis' league total I points but lost to Spears and
billed as the mam attraction the cola's Ray Wharton in the other Sha ugh ness.y playoffs, to gain a Buddy Smith, who finished with eimx>n. Scott and Dave Hender
aggressive local I light heavyweight event. In the first round, What ton berth in the championship, finals nix and one-half points for the son tripped Richard Cofer and

Pat Patterson, scored! a tagged the local mittman flush on heduled to come otf some time visitors Wilkins Kirby of Georgia, pick. i I
unanimous decision over Johnny( the chin with his Sunday punch next week Mike McGee and Jack Gray tookan ing up seven and a half point
OHemn of Peniacola. OHeain but the game Mar tin refused to go Tonight Overhaul r and Repair easy match from locals Don for Jax-Navy.
looked strong in the initial canto down. Wharton looted Martin keglers will lock horns with the Gaul and Bob Theil by gaining This after noon the locals will
but faded) tat under the rapier for a seven count in the second VA-85! Maulers in the remaining fight out of a possible nine pointsfor hatch divots with a squad from .w I
light of Patterson in the last two stanza with a left to the body: semi-Anal tilt of the Shaugh- the winners. Geoigla Tech on the local station '
roundsieoige. and a right to the head hut Martin nessy tourney now in progress on In the closest battle of the aft- greens.r I
( Mills, Jitx Navy. middleweight came off the floor\ to stave off the Officers' lan -s. VUtois of the __u_
I won a near-knockout de. Whar tun's second and third round tussle tonight will tangle with

,i-.ion over' Troy Lyon 1't llsHl'ol.l.In K'O attempt. 'ASnON Six for the station I Supply Cagers Drub Marines ;
their scheJuled threeruun stills staged another (of till'hniinic Sl'OKTS QUIZ In downing the V" .8a dub last I Iwe..k Station '
all out displays to puin- 1. This handsome bowling the FASRONites ticked' Cop Championsrm)
ni'i] the rangy Lyon into Miibnns over 251S pins JIthl'.e games
.-. in lot three furious rounds champion is often" called the "pic while the best their opponents Bursting forth with a bliMennjf second-half: rally, supply
Mills had Troy in trouble all the ture bowler. V ) you know his could musltM' was a tally of 2290 basketeers. winners ot the National League. hunting,

,\ iind had him hanging on the name ? I Taking an early Md l in pin totals t rim melt the American T,('a;:ue champion Mamies: I lo--ifJ: (.,
repeatedly but was unable 2. He wa: one of bnakelbrtll's topstars FASKON took the first semi-
r i"-
: to seize the NAS intra-mural hoop crown, atTTC auditorium
member of the original
and .
i s t tloor, him for the count a tina' game with 8.>t> sticks against: .
IUX'ISION); UN POI'I'l..tRThe "Celtics." lIe's now coaching atCC.N.Y. Vl<'.83'11 total of 731.: In the second last Tin Ul it ly. -
judges verdict; announcing His name ill frame!, however, the VF squad The National loop champs copped I tens besting his opponent, 11: i.
i 'Ii .iw between welteis Hal Mc- 3. This former trapeze star Is : sparked by Ewall Taylor, who the Suet game of the title Waters kept, up the pace in the I
K .IIIIHV, Jax-Navy: : and George now a top-flight motion picture finished his line with four consecutive : playoffs whtJtht'Y came from second setto with eight counters
HitIPfnsa! I ( ula brought a roar I star He is: 1 strikes came out on top behind in another thriller to top to, six for Page
Hi lisupprosal( from the clIentele. 1. He was the naloin's fastest boasting 800 pins while FASRONbowlers the leathei necks, 40-37. Ahead 21-16 at the half, the I
M,, ICinnev and Battle slugged it I runner until his retirement last tallied a close 798. I II Waters Spark Supply I SUIplyelsIIiJeneJ the gap in the I
called I The FASRONites clinched their Diminutive "Red" Waters, flashy last, period with live straight
.,1/1'/ toe-to-toe for three, fast year and was appropriately[ I
rounds in the same manner which the "Flying Parson" WIN ? i victory in the final round by picking Supply guard, stole the show I i baskets to leave the Marines( tie-
the 864 while the losers In both frays with his consistent hind A three-basket outburst by
of off
t ih.-\ mixed it up in the local ring 5. ThH former manager pins
si". I'idl, weeks ago when !Mclfinney Boston Braves and Cincy Reds, is finished the tilt with 754 mark !point making and floor play. In I the leathernecks was the only.
took the bout on a close decision.In I known in the baseill! woili! as ets. I the first' game he paced the threat the American leaguers
with 19 tallies and came made in the second canto.A .
the win
a duel which featured ninth the "Deacon" Hi* name: Glenn Barnes pared champs
buck to hit the bucket spirited Marine quintet piledup ,
in-righting and little slugging, ANSWERS ners in their triumph by takingall Thursday I
Chu Frias, bantam, won a close 1. Ned Day. individual h.nour Uu eve with 21, to again lead the para ( a 22.1T halftime lead in the
over Richard Beck, Jax Navy. 2. Nat Holni'irt ning with a 53t* series total, a highaingU one Eddie Martin a newcomer to 3. Burt Lancaster. gai tally of 221 and a top J.( th' final gain, Waters andSim ,! leaguers, Again ted by sparklm)?
the Jax featherweight division I. Gil Dod.JU average iN rxttw 8< fni. rwt I Pug*. Marine OAnUr, w* ge-l W* ni went on to top the KT4rin -

dropped t ..J..cll.)1to P ns-1 :5 Bill :McKechoio, encounter., i A bucket*kin* Joel wiUi Wit M, U.37. ..

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