Robert Watson, Cincinnati
PALLBEARERS To Include Mates From Withrow Team Four To Serve At Funeral Of Robert Watson, Auto Victim Requiem Mass Monday Yes- Yes- teraays Game. Postponed. Four teammates and two personal personal friends of Robert Watson, sixteen-year-old sixteen-year-old sixteen-year-old sixteen-year-old sixteen-year-old sixteen-year-old quarter back of the Withrow High School football team, will serve as pallbearers at his funeral Monday. 1 Young Watson died early yester day at Bethesda Hospital ot in juries received Wednesday when an . automobile collided with a streeiP; car at Wold Avenue and Madison Road. In the machine with the boy were his father, Charles Watson, 2517 Hackberry Street, and his brother, Charles, Jr. Requiem mass will be intoned at o'clock Monday morning a St. Francis de Sales Church. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. Mem-bers Mem-bers Mem-bers of the Withrow football team, who will serve as pallbearers, are Wilce Carnes, Fred Redeker. Jack Wheelright, and Tracy Coy. The two other pallbearers will be Jack Muthler and Tom Hannon. The Watson boy was a sophomore at Withrow. He weighed only 140 pounds, but he was fast and rugged and was regarded to be one of the mainstays of the team. He scored three touchdowns in a recent game against Walnut Hills High School, "f , Toaf I , ' Muub j iu-i iu-i iu-i no a. iicaiuuau Ills WUU his letter in basket ball. His fellow fellow students then voted him the most popular boy in the class. as a mark of respect the With- With- row-Woodward row-Woodward row-Woodward football game, sched uled for yesterday afternoon, was postponed indefinitely. Football occupied the greatest in terest in young Watson's life. He had planned to attend either Ohio State or Notre Dame University. As he tossed on a hospital bed Friday Friday night in a fevership deliriunU he called signals for his team anT asked for Angus King, Withrow coach, whom he admired greatly. xoung watson is survived by his father and mother, a sister, Jeanette, and three brothers, Charles, Jr., John, and Patrick Watson.