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ontid emit Packers La save Joe Stydahar Joins Bay Staff May Be Called Off State Officers Watch Weather, Ponder Decision on Deer Hunt Bays Feel They Have Good Chance To Upset Owen's '1 1 ' X Owen Most Unusual By ART DALF.Y NEW YORK, N. Y. The Green Bay Packers gained a world Of confidence in Chicago last Sunday. The 41 to 28 victory over the Bears in their l.own backyard, representing the first triumph over the Bruins there in 11 years, proved to the Packers that, in their own collective words, "we've got something this year." Tliiis, as the Packers winged toward this city in their chartered Capital Airliner they were confident that they have a good chance to upset Coach Steve Owen's defense-packed Giants in the Polo grounds Sunday afternoon. The Packers, who took off from Green Bay's Austin Straubel field at 2:30 this afternoon, closed out a week of spirited practices, mostly on of fense, in City stadium this morning. They'll drill lightly in the Polo grounds Saturday morning. In an effort to stay loose, especially mentally, the Packers had tome fun, so to speak, in their daily workouts. Some of the guards and tackles even got into the quarterbacking act ns the regular QBs, Tobin Hole and Babe Parilli, watched. As a reminder that it's still possible to fumble, coach Gene Konzani Thursd.vj conducted another speciz.1 d -ill for the ball carriers who ran through a long line of flying arms owned by the linemen. The practice was started last week after the epidemic of fumbles in the Detroit and Philadelphia tames and it paid off because the only Packer Iost-fumble In the Bear came came after the Packers roared to a 41-14 lead. While the offensive backs were running the "line," the defensive backs and linebackers were busy on the tackling dummy. To close the session, Parilli practiced his punting and Bill Reichardt and Fred Cone drilled their field goal kicking. Three-point booting could become an important factor in Sunday's game, in view of the Giants' tough defense. Reichardt and Cone each kicked a field goal in the Bear game last Sunday. The Packers will be in good physical condition for the crucial contest. Tackle Dick Afflis, who suffered an ankle injury in the Bear battle, could be handicapped but as of now he's raring to go. So is fullback Bobby Jack Floyd who has a leg injury. The Giants are singing the Injury blues, the result of thrlr 23-14 triumph over the San Francisco Forty Niners last Sunday. Former Ram Head Uano High School Coach To Assist ISridde Always Come In Packer Draft ''Vp With 'Scene Joe Stydahar, former head coach of the Los Angeles Hum:;, his become an udrruriisiralive assistant to 1 'acker head coach Gene Konzani for the remainder of the 1 952 season, it was announced today by Ktnil R. Fischer, president of the Packers. Stydahar's chief duties will be I preparing the Packers' player list or the draft of (Ollege football players sched- jled next Janu-iry, Fischer re vealed. The Packer p r e x y stated: "Due to the illness of J a c k Vainisi (player scout and office I'-si.stant) the sk e hundreds of co lege stars in preparation for the draft fell upon the present coaching staff. "Stydahar, through his friendship with Konzani and members of his coaching staff, kindly consented to give us a lift in getting the draft list ready." Fischer emphasized that "Stydahar is not here as a replacement for any of our coaches and his connection with the team will be simply that of an observer." I. ''W IS Stydah.ir complicated fas TUof sifting t h JXANO, Tex. il'j Kveiy-tirnu a Llano High school loot-ball player bounces oil the turf lie comes up smelling like a perfume salesman. Instead of lime, the local club uses talcum powder donated by a hometown plant, to line otf the yard markers and end .ones. Tinder-Dry Forests Pose Critical Danger Unless Rain Comes Press-Gazette Madison Bureau MADISON, Wis. Highest state officers including Gov. Walter J Kohler are watching the weuther signs apprehensively as they won der whether the state dares to go through with the deer hunt in the northern woods that is scheduled for Nov. 22 and six days thereafter. More than a quarter of a million hunters crowding into the tinder- dry forests, building carnpfires arid otherwise providing fire hazards, may present a cirtical danger unless there is rain or heavy snowfall soon. Accordingly, they have discussed the possibility of calling off the season if the Packers Haven't Hit Their 4U r. n 1 tlinw era iinHnliht- nnlv-ai1'"- f""iJc "' "- ground. And deer hunters today are praying for rain or snow, particularly a little of the latter, just like the partridge hunters have been waiting for it for over a month. HERE'S A REMINDER for those final preparations next week: Don't forget to enter the Brown County Conservation club's Big Buck contest. After you've landed that 200-pounder it's too late to enter. You have Coach Steve Owen reported that: ctrirtlv deer hiizhwavs. end Bob Wilkinson, halfback John, wcator js undoubtedly Amberg and tackle Dick Yehing- . on dM;r toQ Like ton may not play and xnai center - ... Johnny Rapacz may see little action. According to Packer publicity- chief Jug Earp, who has been here since last Monday, the Uiants nave been speaking highly of the Packers all week. The Packer-Bear game was viewed by veteran scout Jack Davelle. "We played the Packers an exhibition time earlier this eason and we were lucky enough to beat 'em. 7 to 0," Owen said, adding "that Parilli struck me as the best ball handler I've ever seen. I think sometimes he fooled his own team." Parilli was In for only a few plavs against the Giants since he had just joined the squad after playing with the College All Stars. Oddlv enough, both the Packers and Giants have been congratulated bv their respective coaches for playing "great team games. Ronzani told his charges and the public in general that "the Packers victory over the Bears was the result of a great team effort," while Owen called the Giants' victory over San Francisco "a team triumph in which every boy did his job and did it well." Incidentally, Owen had special praise for offensive right tackle Al DeRogatis. The Packers are headquartering here at the Concourse-Plaza hotel which is fairly close to the Polo grounds. The Packers will return to Green Bay in the Capital Airliner, arriving at Austin Straubel field around 10 o'clock Sunday night. WSLTHold Wausau Meet Rifle Experts Next To Try Hunting Luck Buck Deer Chief Target Next Week By JOHN TORINIS Next week marks a transition in the 1952 Wisconsin hunting season, which will go down in the lecords as one of the most unusual in years. This week end marks the finale for the scatter-gun boys, the ones who like to take their shooting on the wing. And next week end brings on the long-range rifle experts plus those who put slugs in their shotguns and buck deer become the chief targets. And whereas the bird hunters started out in high optimism over a month ago and then saw their hunting dwindle as the weather refused to jell, the deer boys are starting out in a very pessimistic rnnr.rl Hut thnv :irpn't likplv to be surprised raciter coaming too in iau uui Practical! v evervone agrees thsiti'yocmai, men mi mmi " the Wisconsin deer herd has been! Los Angeles.. wi.s named head r.,A..t I,, tho tn-n sniTPssive' coach to replace Clark Shaugh- scasons of any deer shooting. Thejncssy. Stydahar's job at LA was -day ...1.. .i;ff..AnA rt rn i tiinrt ic Vwtl' I filled recently bv Hampton Pool. 'duo IIIIIV (Ullll ti viiiKun " I , , , . drastic the reduction has been, j Evidence from the woods dur- . -i r tl r II u i ing the grouse hunting season Sports Locktails: Draw I hat teller Howton would indicate the reduction has: XS S'lJZOwen Has No Trouble Painting J i i "V t :&a,msw jetMiMmi iHaMiiiam ifcj ' VH& d 1 1 'It Was This Way' Gene Ronzani, Packer head coach, tells Hunk Anderson, former Chicago Bear line coach, and Carl Zoll, one-time Packer tackle, how Green Bay humbled the Bruins in Chicago last Sunday. Picture was taken at Thursday night's Men's Quarterback club meeting in East High auditorium, at which Anderson was the featured speaker. drought continues, with the understanding that it would be held later if reasonably possible. Th4 state conservation commission, scheduled to meet here Friday, was virtually certain to consider the situation. At least one petition to call off the season in the interests of forest protection was before the commissioners. Gov. Kohler disclosed Wednes day that he has been in "constant, touch" with Ernest Swift, conservation director, and Neil LeMay, chief of the forest protection service with headquarters at Tomahawk. LeMay has reporter! that fires I thus far detected have been keptj under control. During the bird season, moreover, LeMay found : hunters conscious of the hazards and unusually cooperative. Most of the fires resulted from lighted cigarettes flipped from automobiles in the country, rather than from hunters carelessness in the field, he said. If the deer shoot is deferred, the decision will be postponed until the last possible momwt in the hope of snow or rain that will Pre&S -Gazette Green Bay, Wis., Friday Evening, November 14, 1952 East, West, Central 5 s Drill for Openers Wildcats Host St. Norbert on Tuesday Night Cadets Face East, Sturgeon Bay on Successive Nights By DON HICKOK With the football equipment safely tucked away after Ted By LEE RE MM EL High school basketball, appear- bring relief. But the commission '"8 on tne sports caienaar earner is likely to have the necessary le-than is customary, makes its 1952- j Fritsch's first season as Central d, so ,53 bow hereabouts next Tuesday jrjatholic grid coach, the Packer that it can be adopted by tele-i night when the West High Wild-; ,, . . c,. . t . i j i,.. i,. ci v.i,ri ana (J; nkoi-.n All-star veteran has phone votes and announced in-j cats entertain the St. porbertj stantly. All officials concerned j High Squires in a non-conference j turned his attention to basketball emphasize that they will take such i game. land the opening game with Green drastic action only upon extreme! The East High Red Devils won't jBay Eavt a, fr0m tonight urgency, realizing the many thou- debut until three days later, I ; wachintnr. Jimlcr its second tanHc r.f ennrtcmen u hr, hovo against Central iatnouc s caaeisi made deer hunting nlans that williat Washington Junior High school iThe team will play be awkward or difficult to alter. ers aXn the GnU Puncture Just 0 Little Hole in New York Sunday. Vainisi presently is recuperating from a serious illness in Hines' General hospital in Chicago. . Sn Performance Yet-Gene to participate in the up-coming draft. Stydahar resigned as head coach of the Rams after the team lost its first two league games this season. He led the Los Angeles club to the National confer ence championsnip in imou ana the world's championship last fall. Jumbo Joe, one-time Bear star, was Ronzani's first choice as line coach when Gene took over the 'We Can Go With Best If We Cut Out Errors Ronzani Joe Schadrie Joins Arcs for Broadway Tilt 'N' Club Contest Set Saturday Night gymnasium rov. will be directed for the first timi by their ne coach, Walt Whitman. Though, with properly coach caution, he i-. d i s i n c lined to predict even a high second divi sion finishing for his Wildcats best. Head Coach John Biolo con- 21. in Itorium: I performance as yet. I'm not talk ing auuut sLijiiiig i Liiuin uiey have found themselves offensively but about a good, consistent performance all down the line." when they !Kame the following night, at Stur-competition jeeon Bay, and open its home season against Marshfield Columbus here on Sunday, Nov. 30. In addition to home and home games with its usual Fox Valley Catholic conference opponents De Pere St. Norbert, Marinette Lourdes, Little Chute St. John, Menasha St. Mary, and Fond du Lac St. Mary's Springs and its traditional intracity games, two each with East and West, Fritsch has scheduled home-and-home encounters with Sturgeon Bay, Columbus and Menominee. While Fritsch has the problem as he dfd in football of installing his own basketball system after the departure of Phil Seghi, he 'it i Apple By LEE REMMEL It was a surprising declaration, in view of the Packers' edifyingj This appraisal was received with effort against the Chicago Bearsno little enthusiasm by the QBs. four short d.-ivs a ho. but Head "1,u Sc nu.udiii a iuumii8 u.ra Coach Gene Ronzani told an esti mated throng of 1.500 at :when night's in F.ast Men's High Quarterback . ! cedes that the Noel's Arcs nave been strength-pUrple and White ened for their Saturday night 'should improve Imatch with New York's Broadway jupon their 1951-52 record The boys haven't hit their peak Colored Clowns by the addition of j "We'll have better ball handling.jhas more experienced candidates joe uuKe; acnaarie, laienxea wesrthat is certain," the ex-Lake or-jto work with on the court than De Pere High school alumnus. est college athlete submitted. "In; he did on the gridiron. The game, sponsored by the St.! fact, I think we'll be better all! jjm white and Jerry Sprangers, Norbert High 'V club, will bejthe way around. But as far asy;0 i and 2 centers last year, are v nlayed In Van'nwale, spirit and fight are con-j both back along with Jim Gillis :JjKe gymnasium cerned, Im sure well he petter;ancj Roger Herold, who were on the college; than we were a year ago." 'starting forwards as sophomores, campus. Biolo is working with a squad ;Lost DV graduation from last It will be in featuring six holdovers from last vear's varsttv squad were the two ihe way of a 'year's cast six of them lettermen.!bapk.court '"patrolmen. Grant homecoming for Four of these, forward Dick,Bourseois amj john Van Egeren acnaarie, ine.rsoup; compoen. center duu QthPrs who saw at least he appeared, for it kie them hone that their favorites Fhurs- fiinl:,v peon Drp:,tpr skill school igainst the formidable Giants in than they did ,New York Sunday jin Chicago. , I "If the bovs eliminate mistakes -Black Phantoms'j Apple and guards Dick Brock and varsitv .vheelhorse dur- some Schadrie Rugged Picture of Giant Foes By ART DALEY Press-Gazette Spurts Editor NTF.W YORK. N Y.Coach Steve Owen of the Giants shouldn't'day's adversaries have much trouble painting a rugged picture of the opposition . . that we can puncture just a little Not with a gent like Tex Coulter on his team . . . Coulter is now hole in the Giants' umbrella de-n nrnfessiriniil artist as well as a nrofessional football nlaver . . 'fense enough to win 3-0 or 7-6, like fumbles and interceptions that have been and can be costly, Gene further opined, "this club can go with the best in the league. That win last Sunday has given I the dovs a Dig nil. The Packer chieftain was quick to assure ms auaience. nowever,jNoel Arcs manager that he is In!" ;" that he harbors no illusions con-iDI.ff v,Q,.io niai lmlg cerning the strength of next Sun service, and are included Otis Foster were regular perform-!on the varsitv sound at nmsont ing their extend-icrs a year ago. The others, for-jjnrlurle jarry Conlan Tom' d winning ward Lee Hermsen, center Dick O'Brien, Roger " Van Dris'se ami streak five years, Maierle and guard Tom Docter,jlm Wittig. In addition two prom-igo, for he onlyjsaw limited action. :,cin cnnhnmnro p.h rvkti was Malone Coaches Jayvees iand Cliff Tatro, are up from the Eight graduates of the Jayvees,: unbeaten freshman team. Hound- who this year will be directed by i ing out the squad are Bob Jossart, this week discharged the Army from after: occupation service in Germany. jp Ma n como!pte the present ! who missed basketball last 'vear ;15-man roster. They include Lewj because of a football injury; Jack 'Tmirt 1 1 1 7 nrvirrirrri'in M rw o ! .Tn n inn Arr Wnn7n! P-nna M-iro perfect condition, having PlayedjServ Xorm Kroening, Harryjjim Bvers and Joe Murphy. "All T hoop is' ". V . . : .r. Proctor, lorn Kenara, dick ver- ine complete scnenuie: ..i..,.tll leaving for home. And, It IS re-- nH Mikp Murnhv. the lat. Fri.. Nov. 21-East .t East. 8at.. Nov. The former West Point tackle, who now plays center for the Giants, "did" the drawing of the Packers' Babe Parilli (below) as prepara tion for the Packer-Giant game in the Polo grounds Sunday after- or something like that." As is generally the case after a victory, Gene was called upon to Coulter is making a comeback this year with Owen's clubjdeal with only a few questions. spending a year polishing up on his art work with a news- Tex had played tackle noon after paper and ad agency in Texas with the Giants but he's presently the club's offensive . . can to do it before midnight next Fri-No. 1 ,,, center All sporting goods dealers inlyou imagine a the county are handling entries. b 1 a c k b o a r d And there are some fine pri7.es 'meeting of the too, a total of some $350 worth, !G i a n t s getting starting out with $100 cash frr;boring with a the heaviest buck. Bucks must 'cartoonist like be weighed in at the official sta- Coulter around? tion at the corner of Mather and!. . . Steve could HrnaHwav. !sav: "Now, Tex . I will you get DESPITE SEVERAL articles here and draw on the subject in this newspaper, us a picture o requests are still coming in tor (this feller How-copies of county maps showing, ton and don't the areas closed to hunting thisforget to stretch year by trie conservation aepari-;nim out cause ment. jthat's the way County Clerk John Holloway ,ne generally has one set of the maps and they catches 'em can be examinea in nis 011 ice. If a hunter wants a map for himself, he can get one free by writ ing to the Conservation depart ment at Madison. It is unfortunate that the map? are too detailed to be reproduced in the newspaper. llUNTIVfi SEASONS end in the northern zone this week end on ruffed grouse and pheasant. The conservation commission mcftinp in Madison this afternoon j .lf" ? ?3i3SUiS JaARTf i5 &AJi4 up W K:i:iA . ported, West De Pere fans are in possession of a fist full of clippings testifying to how well he has done in Army competition. Nov. 30 His answers: 1. "Encroachment is ruled when ..1 ..d. vrt l; i v,.x Hie -mc -jbefore leaving for service I Jil ill itifi , uitiit.a i.kiv, niivj. g,.., back on his side of the line before 1 the ball is snapped. In such a case the penalty, either five yards or nimen and Mike Murphy, the lat- - e t c s lei a iidosifi uum wmiu -Marshfifld Columbus here. lie. . Tups.. Ice. 2 West at West, Sat., Joe Desorcv, No. 3 scorer for the Pec- .6--;01,lr?', at, , Marinrtti.. sun., Squires last season, is among five! !! iZst v,?rh!rl h!r. lte" IuM" Schadrie, one of the area s lore- iettermen who have returned to' Thurs.. Jan. st. M3ry at Menasha, most amateur performers, was ajiead West's Tuesday night oppon-jFri- f"s,,sTsh,"r?''OI, 5av hrl'- 8"n-member of the Green Bay Maiorsents. Desorcv and Chuck Fiss ;MpnonTi7iee her?, tot., an'. 2 KaTt local entry in the defunct Wis-! were regulars as the Norbertines at Central, Fri.. Jan. 30 St. Mary' consin State Basketball league annexed a half-share of the FoxlSpTr!,n" V.K?d wi.'V r.t..i . n the 'River Valley Catholic champion-! Feb. 7 rniumbns at Marshfield,' un!! spring of 1951. ship. The other three monogram ;' 1rs'-Marv!" snr'n f""-. Also in the Arcs' fold are Dickwinners back are Joe Geenen, !Thrs., Ff.b. st. Nrhert at T.ense and Frank Pirman. late of John Gibbs and Fred Ophoven. a Pere, Sun., Feb. 2? St. Mary here, ' Time C V. 1.1 . n...J.. if. r i i. . 1 1 . tt T (J.fnnt itirVi ct-ri m n n half the distance to the goal, is pv. iMu.oe.i wu, anu a,. aiitnmafir .Keioerg, ersiwnne nasi nig'ii -ii-u ocnouic i-j i ,i..,, "i., .... r r-istandout: Art Edineer. two-timethe Squires' canny veteran men- thorn -m-e" rin rosnonse to m.erv: ! hc" lnS rnampion "Why do Packers allow their op the WSBL; tor, are Joe Pranke. an able floor- Mickey Collard, Mike McLaugh-; man and accurate stiot; Jim Kron- i: t'-li.. T-i 1 'tar a Inno-chnf snnpilist" and ponents to scoie so heavily in the ' iJjm Wll!man frcshman guard. lourtn quarter:) in mis cuiinec- , ,....,.,, f..nm 4V, iav-- tion, he observed that the Packers IThe Clowns' troupe features.P tZXlte-i Orde and Jack1 naven i neen aione in mis respect, -'fi tt.iw.au son Mickey citing tne tact tnat me Bears nadi""--"- nutcu a" limt yielded 28 points to the Rams injarices on the i court. In addition , g - whjch tjcd Menasha the final period of their recent there are such as Ed (Sure Shot).s for thp FVCC tjUe wUh game at Los Angeles. peaiy, trie jew ioircis captain Q rnr. 3. "Yes, it is possible to get awho has averaged 18 points per team 'on' tun wwks in a row biit'eame the last two seasons; Chris a y-I record, won ii oi la starts in 1951-52 action. One of the; Snuires' two reversals was a 47-, team 'up' two weeks in a row ut;' ",CJ, V- uu u 'Squires' two reversals was a 47- it may, not be at the same pitch it j Stretch) Thomas, highboy of thei1 dffrgt he hands of Gre(?n was for the first game . . . You can Clowns at six feet, six. inches; and B E;J t wnich thev avenged in a Coulter, 27, stands 6-6 ami weighs 260 pounds . , . And sneakinr? about f-jiu! 4ows tr.tsfi C- big men, a meet- m ott &cd& ing of the New rV t H York sporting VPiZ" w writers the oth- hi fv ACT.M A4A..V.1 er day included &Afi' '7, three gents who atJrC4 ?jf.ur carry nearly 1.000 pounds . . . That may be stretching the truth a bit, but these three were seated close together get the players up in two ways- high and relaxed or high and tightened." There also was a request that a film showing Arnie Berber in action during his playing days be provided for a future meeting. And there was this observation by another: "The lukewarm QBs who have been hitting below the belt must now be simmering down to a slight chill." Too Many Mechanical Players The featured speaker of the Jug Earp, director evening, Heartly (Hunk) Ander- will decide whether hunters gel State Baseball; a i The Wisconsin league will hold its annual fall mrrtine at the Wausau hotel in Wausau this week end. Major business on the agenda will be consideration of three proposals advanced by the Fond du Lac and Wausau clubs. The for mer has made two of them, one asking that a split season be play . bonus season on these birds .aft- he 300-pound chief scout of the 1 ( , 1 "Which hand do you take?" er the deer season. rf P;r-ior nnMiritv who carries around 250 pounds; Jack Lavelle.lson, asserted: "There are too many Giants: ami Owen, wiiu.-,e vt;t,l.i..nici.i..iiikal foctb:;'.! p!:'yc-s tnrlny j leaps from 240 on up at times . . . Reports from Earp indicate that Most of them loop the same way iEarp and Owen-Lavelle almost formed a mutual admiration society ion every play. That shouldn't be TIIFRE'S STILL no duck hUiit-- Both Giant representatives went sky-high in their praise of the;because 90 per cent of the time ing activity to any extent on the 1 acKers wnne i,arp saia: 1 Know tney tne uiamsi nave a naou oi;you Know wnen a guara is going utratiii anyone Ml wnuill liu v fet-i imcit Mi-U. 1 mifjc 1 ,tj iu J7un uui diiu vmiiiii waj o don't get too interested in us." . . . Another big man will enter theigoing." bav, no word of a norfhern flight. The east shore has some activity by whistlers this week. These late ducks seem to prefer the east side of the bay late in the season. And there, was some blucbill activity for awhile Wednesday afternoon. But the opinion was they were so-called local birds sashaying around a bit, rather than new flocks. ed, with the two winners playing for the grand championship, and the other that the 1953 season not open before May 10. Wausau officials will ask that each club be permitted to carry two veteran players instead of one, as the rule now provides. Another proposal which would provide that each club be assessed an equal amount for league operations also will be discussed and election of officers win" be held. Green Bay will be represented at the meeting, which will include sessions both Saturday and Sunday, by President Len J. Reis and Vice President Willard Clancy. Packer picture Saturday Herman Hickman, the former Yale coach whp conducts a scoreboard television show after the game-of- the-day telecast . . . Hickman, who packs over 300 pounds, will interview Parilli on the coast-to-coast TV hookup the first appearance of a Packer on a nationwide television program this season . . . Bobby Shantz of the Philadelphia Athletics was the guest of Hickman last Saturday . . . Incidentally, the Packer-Detroit game in Detroit Thanksgiving day will be televised from coast to coast and from "top to bottom" ... A large number of Packers will be playing in New York for the first time Sunday . . . Among them are Parilli, Howton, Steve Ruzich, Deral Teteak, Bobby Dillon, Bobby Jack Floyd, Bill Reichardt, Tom John son perts called the turn on the Packers in their press book . . . Generally, publicity men take a big chance by writing brilliant words! about rookies in mid-summer when the books are published, butto become heres the paragrapn, written 111 July, mind you, on the Packer-Giant game that seemingly came true: "The celebrated Packers play the Giants, for the first time since 1949, with a host of sparkling new stars in the Polo grounds Nov. 16. Babe Parilli, Bill Keichardt, Bobby Dillon and Bill Howton are top rookies. Tobin Rote of 1951 recorded a league-leading 6.9 yard average on 76 rushes. Gene Ronzani, coach, also directs Tony Can- adeo, Fred Cone and Billy Grimes. Hunk, line coach of the Bears until this season, for the most part eschewed pro football and favored his listeners with anecdotes of his playing and coaching days at Notre Dame. It is erroneous to assume, he said, mat unusual size is necessary a pair ot b-a giants, limotny te- phin) Vincent and Eddie Martin, among others. A preliminary match St. Francis Xavier Cathedral, 1951-52 Green Bay Parochial league champion, and St. Francis, De Pere Grade school league titlist last season, has been arranged to compete the bill. Tickets, priced at $1 including tax, are available at White's Better Clothes, the Bertrand, Denis and Zeller North Side sporting goods shops, Johnny Proski's tavern, Shaughnessy drugs and Noel's tavern in Green Bay and at the Sto'vvc ui; Frr.rkcn r!rv5 r'nw Gever's barber shop and the Cen tury in De Pere return match, 50-41. Fight Results By The Associated Press NEW YORK Danny Joe Perez, 138, New York, outpointed Johnny DiRilio, 137, Bavonne. N. J. '8'. OTTAWA, Canada Armand Savoic, 144. Montreal, outpointed I eshe Harris, 140, Puerto Rico, HO'. First Class in Dog Training Saturday Doe training classes in obedience work were announced today by the Green Bay Field Dog club. They will start at 1:30 Saturday afternoon at Seymour park, and will be held each Saturday afternoon thereafter. The classes are in response to a number of requests. President Vern Wagner said that they are open to the public, and anyone interested is invited to come and bring his doc. Only requirement is that the do? be on leash. The classes will be conducted by Don Wilson, who has had considerable obedience training work in Milwaukee and Manitowoc. 'CO PL YMQUTH Hal Faverty, Steve Dowden, and Bob Mann, end, who caught Bob Dees and Dave Banner . . . 1 50 passes, fourth best in 1951. Only two of the Packers played! Giants and civic-supported Pack-the Giants in New York as Pack-i ers, iai league's closest rivalry, Pt s veterans Tony Canadeo and j have won 13, lost 13, tied two in Bob Forte . . . Giant pub'icity ex-! series opened in l!)2H."i an outstanding grid performer. He cited the fact that he was "a second team all-pro guard and I never weighed more than 170 pounds." He also related the case of Bert Metzger, a watch charm-sized (157 pounds) guard who played under him at Notre Dame. Metzger beat out a 210-pound specimen for a starting job with the Fighting Irish, Hunk said, and in the final game of his career (in the 1925 Rose bowl game against Stanford)' was tendered a standing ovation by 97,-000 fans as he left the game after playing 58 minutes. "If you don't have desire, you're not wor'h a nickel to anybody," Tl'RN TO QR CLUB, PAGE 14 Boom Canadeo Day Campaign Fans interested in sending in money to help purchase a gift for Tony Canadeo were requested by members of the Tony Canadeo Day committee to send contributions to Green Bay Post-office box 666. The committee, composed of Green Bay businessmen, announced today that a number of fans and business people already have contributed. Canadeo, who will be honored at ceremonies before the Packer-Dallas game Nov. 23, is currently in his 11th season as a member of the Packers. The game has been designated as Tony Canadeo Day. Officials of the TCD expressed the hope "for a little from a lot of fans." Contributions are already coming in from fans in Green Bay and surrounding communities. BELVEDERE '52 FORD CRESTLINE VICTORIA Low At Mileage Saving CHRYSLER - P 1508 S. BROADWAY I Y M O U T H PHONE ADAMS 3830

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