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8 The Palladium-Item and Sun-Telegram, Richmond, Ind., Monday, Nov. 1, 1948 Sammy Baugh, Redskin Aerial Artist, Sets Passing Record NEW YORK, (AP) Berlin has its air lift but the National Football league still has the air arm, Sammy Baugh. 1 Baugh, the air general of the Washington Redskins, has added another passing record to his collection that includes four lifetime marks. The veteran quarterback gained 446 yards through the air Sunday as he pitched the Redskins to a 59-21 victory over the Boston Yanks. Baugh completed 17 of 24 attempts and hurled four touchdown passes in surpassing the former mark of 433 yards, in a single , game set by Sid Luckman of the Chicago Bears on Nov. 14, 1943, against the New York Giants. The field day enabled Baugh to increase his record lifetime totals in attempts to 2,214; completions to 1,275; yards gained by passing to 16,397 and touchdown passes to 136. The 'Skins also set a new team mark for yards gained by passing, gaining 501 yards to break the previous mark of 488 set by the Bears also on Nov. 14, 1943. Eagles Triumph By winning, the Washington team stayed a half game behind the Eastern division pace-setting j Philadelphia Eagles. The Eagles, led by Tommy Thompson who completed 16 out of 22 passes, crushed the Pittsburgh Steelers, 34-7. Meanwhile, the Chicago Bears and the defending champion Chicago Cardinals remained tied for the Western division lead. The Bears breezed to a 35-14 victory over the Giants and the Cards turned back the Rams, 27-22, in Los Angeles. In the other National league game, ; the Detroit Lions upset the Green Bay Packers, 24-20. It was the Lions' first victory in six starts. The two powers of the All-America conference, the San Francisco 49'ers and the defending champion Cleveland Browns, were idle. The 49'ers have won nine straight games without a setback and lead the Browns in the Western half race by a half game. The Browns are unbeaten in eight outings. Three games were played in the All-America conference. In the "big" game, the Buffalo Bills downed the Baltimore Colts, 35-17, to tie the Colts for first place in the Eastern division. The Los Angeles Dons blanked the Brooklyn Dodgers, 17-0, and the New York Yankees trounced the Chi cago Rockets, 42-7, in the other games. The Bears combined a ground attack that netted 289 yards along with touchdown passes by Johnny Lujack and Luckman to rout the Giants. George McFee tallied three times and Noah Mullin contributed a 74 -yard touchdown sprint. The Giants were held scoreless until the final period when rookie Charley Conerly hit Bill Swiacke twice with touchdown heaves. Ray Mallouf and Pat Harder teamed to beat the Rams. Mallouf tossed three touchdown aeriels and Harder kicked two field goals. The Rams made a strong bid to overhaul the Redbirds, scoring three touchdowns in the last half off the pitching of Jimmy Hardy. Others Sparkle Besides Thompson, Steve Van Buren, Bosh Pritchard and Cliff Patton also starred for the Eagles against the Steelers. Van Buren picked up 109 out of the 157 yards gained by the Eagles in rushing, Pritchard scored twice and Pat-ton kicked two field goals and four placements. Clyde Le Force played a prominent role in Detroit's victory. The former Tulsa star threw a 55-yard six-point pass and followed up by scoring the pay-off touchdown on a play that covered 71 yards. Chet Mutryn and George Rat-terman were the stars in Buffalo's victory over Baltimore. Mutryn scored three times to bring his point total to 66 and Ratter-man tossed, two touchdown aeriels. The great Glenn Dobbs, although playing only three minutes, featured the Dons' triumph over Brooklyn. Dobbs, bothered by bruised ribs, completed five out of five passes to set up one touchdown and account for the other. New York, gaining 242 yards along the ground and 240 through the air, completely overpowered the Rockets. Pete Layden did the most damage, gaining 332 yards, 116 by rushing and 216 via the air. Writer Would Like To Know If Pep-Saddler Bout Fixed By Lawton Carver NEW YORK, (INS) It would be a pleasure Monday to be able to write as an absolute fact either of two conclusions about Willie Pep's loss of the featherweight championship to Sandy Saddler. To be able to say with conviction that Friday night's fight was dead on the level or a fix would answer the biggest question prevalent in the New York boxing business. Published pre-fight rumors established the possibility that the works were in. Boxing writers huddled in the Madison Square Garden lobby while the preliminaries were being run off exchanged the sinister gossip going the rounds of Broadway. It was reported that some sizable bets had been made on Saddler, who finally was a 3 to 1 underdog in fluctuating odds. One observer expressed the opinion that the rumors had been started by gamblers trying to balance their books with some Saddler money. Cubs, Chisox Seek Deals? CHICAGO, (AP) Trade winds were blowing on the Chicago baseball front Monday, but it was hard to tell which way and how strong. Both the Cubs, who reportedly are dangling first baseman Eddie Waitkus and catcher Clyde Mc-Cullough as barter-bait, and the White Sox, whose most salable player presumably is infielder Don Kolloway, held executive huddles aimed at bolstering their last-place finishers. Owner Horace Stoneham and Manager Leo Durocher of the New York Giants dropped in at Wrig-ley field Sunday to see the football Giants get trimmed by the Chicago Bears, 35-14, and also to chat baseball business with the Cubs. If they offered Catcher Walker Cooper and first sacker Johnny Mize for an opening bid, they got a cold shoulder from Manager Charley Grimm of the Cubs, who told reporters: "I am definitely not interested in Cooper or Mize. And I don't believe the Giants will trade anybody else." i At Comiskey park, new Sox General Manager Frank Lane and Charles Comiskey, 22 years old, secretary and vice-president, did the same thing. "Our trading material is limited," said Comiskey, "but there always is the chance we can help ourselves by giving two or three in return for one." Another pointed out that rumors were so persistent that Eddie Eagan, chairman of the Boxing commission, had lectured the fighters at the noon weigh-in. Still another said that he thought Saddler had a great chance because of his weight and reach and punch to win the title without any conniving. No one agreed with this viewpoint. Some one then pointed out that Pep had been in 136 fights and Saddler in 93 without a scandal. So everybody skeptically went in to watch the fight. As one guy remarked: "I still think it is fishy if the books at the last minute refuse to take a bet on Saddler." In view of the foregoing it was almost impossible to watch the fight with prejudice. Despite all you had heard and read, the fight appeared to be fought strictly on its merits. Saddler roughed Pep up and all but choked the champion to death with strangle holds several times in the clinches. He whacked Pep with an early right hand that brought blood from the nose, hurt Pep in close in the second round, floored him with valid punches twice in the third and belted him out in the fourth. It appeared to be an authentic knockout. Pep Took His Time However, on the second knockdown in the third round Pep showed marked disinclination to rise and actually referee Ruby Goldstein counted 10 before Pep had regained his feet. He was on his way up at the time and Goldstein permitted the fight to continue. The bell soon sounded and Pep was saved until the fourth when he was counted out to the tune of a chorus of boos. Chairman Eagan of the commission was among those who insisted the fight looked all right. I am among those who will remain in doubt. Schmeling Quits Ring After Loss BERLIN. (INS) Max Schmel-iner threw in the towel Monday. The former world's heavyweight champion, now 43 years old, decided to quit the ring for good after losing a 10-round decision Sunday to Richard Vogt of Ham burg, the German light-heavy weight champion. Schmeling was disgusted by his performance. He lost all 10 rounds. Vogt, who is 36, said Monday he wants a bout with England's Freddie Mills, light-heavyweight champion of the world. NFL Standings NEW YORK, (AP) National Foot-ball league standings: Western Division Chicago Bears .... 5 1 Chicago Cardinals 5 1 Green Bay 3 4 Los Angeles 2 3 Detroit 1 5 W. L. T. Pet. PF. 0 .833 1S5 O .S.13 194 0 .429 121 1 .400 149 0 .167 93 Eastern Division Philadelphia Washington Pittsburgh . New York . Boston 1 1 2 0 4 0 4 0 5 0 .800 17 .667 147 .333 R9 .333 120 .25.6 99 Sunday's Results Chicago Bears, 35; New York. 14. Chicago Cardinals. 27: Los Angeles, Detroit, 24; Green Bay. 20. Philadelphia. 34; Pittsburgh, 7. Washington, 59: Boston. 21. Next Sunday's Games Chicago Bears at Los Angeles. Detroit at Chicago Cardinals. Green Bay at Pittsburgh. Philadelphia at New York. Washington at Boston. OP. 75 133 130 147 J7 63 107 119 213 211 22. RADIO PROGRAMS (All Programs Subject To Change Without Notice) CENTRAL STANDARD TIMK MONDAY, NOV. 1 550 WKRC Columbia P. M. 6:00-Beulah :15-Jack Smith Show 6:30-Bot Crosby 6:45-News 7:00-Inner Sanctum 7:30-Talent Scouts 8:00-Dewey and Wanen 9:00-My Friend Irma. 8 :30-President Truman 10:00-News 1070 W I BG Mutual :00Fulton twls. Jr. :15-New S:30-Henry Taylor :45-Sporta 7:00-Peter Donald 7:15-Tello Trst 7:30-f;reg Hood 8:00-News 8:15-News 8:30-Hoosler Serenade 9:00-Fishing and Bunting 9:30-Hlt Parade 9:45-Musio 10:00-Newa 7C0 WLWNBC P. M. 6:00-Supper Club 6:15-News :30-Jimmy Fldler A :45-Kalteoborn 7:00-Cavalcade of America t:30-Howard Barlow 8:00-Governor Dewey 8 :30-Governor Dewey 9:00-Contenled Hour H:.K-Truman and Karklry S:4.VI.ate!t. On Record 10:00-News 1190 WOWO American P. M. 6:00- News 6:10-Market Report 6: 15-Hospitality Time S:30-Lone Ranger 7:00-Rallroad Hour 7:45-Walter Klernan :0O-Republican State Committee 8:15-Variety 8:30-Variety 9:00-Arthur Gaeth 9:15-Soclal Security 9:30-star Spangled X 10:00-New Bombers Play Jets Tonight INDIANAPOLIS, (INS) The St. Louis Bombers provide the opposition for the opening attraction of the Basketball Association of America schedule Monday night in tangling with the freshman Indianapolis Jets at Butler University field house in Indianapolis. Game time is 8:30 p. m. The Jets were members of the National Basketball league last year under the name of the team founder, Frank Kautsky. For Indianapolis, Coach Bruce Hale will team with Charlie Black at the forwards, and all-time, All-American center George Glamack will jump. Guards are Freddy Lewis and Price Brookfield. The Bombers, defendintr cham pions "of the BAA's Westerd divi sion, also are directed by a player-coach. Gradv Lewis. Lewis In dicated his starting five will in- ciuae jonnny Logan and Easy Parham at forward. Logan was a star at Indiana univeraitv a few years asro. At center will be 6-foot-9 inch Red Rocha with the guards being A rial Maughan and D. C. Wilcutt. Boxing Meet Entries Open HAGERSTOWN. Jerry Lan- dess, 18-year-old popular Portland boxer, was the first to enter the 1948-49 Golden Gloves Amateur Boxing tournament here. Landess won the open division featherweight championship here last year. He went on to win the championship in his class at the district tournament in Muncie and represented Muncie later at Chicago. The Employees Activities associ ation of the Perfect Circle is sponsoring the local tourney for the third straight year. It will be run off at the high school gym on Dec. 13, 20, 27 and Jan. 3. Approximately 200 boxers and fans attended the EAA Golden Gloves training gym opening program last Monday. The gym is open to all amateur boxers and beginners for condi tioning and instruction. It will be open on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings as well as Sunday afternoons. Located in the Knights of Pyth ias building, the gym is com pletely equipped and competent trainers will be in charge of each training session. Boxers interested in entering: the tourney can get entry blanks by writing Arch Hindman. Golden Gloves Boxing Tournament Di rector, Hagerstown, Ind. A. J. Robertson, Bradley Athletic Director, Dies ROCHESTER. Minn., (INS) Alfred J. (Robbie) Robertson, athletic director of Bradley university, Peoria. 111., died shortly before noon Saturday in St. Mary's hospital, at Rochester, Minn. He was 57 years of age. Robertson, one of the Midwest's best-known sports mentors, had been suffering from a liver ailment. He was hospitalized in Peoria Oct. 1, and went to the Mayo clinic a week ago. He underwent surgery last week for what was described as a "rare liver ailment." Robertson's fatal illness dated back to last spring, just after Bradley became a member of the Missouri Valley conference. He stepped out as head football and basketball coach because of his illness, but had planned to coach baseball this year. Although Robbie had been associated since 1920 with Bradley, considered comparatively "minor league" in the collegiate sports picture, his success won him a reputation as one of the greatest all-around coaches. Mutual WOR-710 NBC WEAF-660 Basic Stations for Complete Chain Programs Columbia WABC-8R0 American WJZ-700 "Refrigerator" Bowl Set At Evansville EVANSVILLE. Ind.. (AP) Evansville is to have its own college "bowl" game, the "Refrigerator Bowl" to be played Dec. 4. The bowl is a project of the Evansville Junior Chamber of Commerce to raise funds for a YMCA Boys' Summer camp near Princeton. The name stems from Evansville's prominence as a refrigerator manufacturing center. Del Greenwood heads a commit tee to select the teams. Ohio State-Wisconsin Films Planned For Quarterbacks Films of the Ohio State-Wisconsin football game will be shown to members of the Richmond Quarterback club when it resumes its weekly schedule Wednesday night at the Leland hotel. William H. (Tippy) Dye. Ohio State basketball coach, will provide the running commentary on the game, won by Ohio State. 34-32. The game was played a week ago Saturday. Dye, former Buckeye athletic star, appeared at a Quarterback meeting here last year. The club originally planned to have the OSU-Southern California films this week but was able to get the Wisconsin game instead after talking with Buck officials last week. The 34 -year-old Dye is one of the few athletes in Ohio State history to win nine major letters. He won three each in basketball, football and baseball. He quarterbacked the 1934, 1935 and 1936 Ohio State elevens. They lost only one game each of those first two seasons and in 1935 shared the Big Ten championship with Minnesota. In basketball where Dye was described as a clever floor man, he was named all-conference in his junior and senior years. He was named Ohio State basketball coach in October of 1946 , Z af ''WW- W. H. (Tippy) Dye after Harold G. Olsen, coach for 24 years, had resigned. Dye served in the navy from May of 1943 to February of 1946. Wolverines Headed For Title; Wildcats Bid For Rose Bowl CHICAGO. (AP) Only a robust upset now can spoil unbeaten Michigan's surge toward its second straight Big Nine football title and runner-up Northwestern's well-jelled Rose Bowl bid. Michigan has a 4-0 conference record. Northwestern follows with 3-1. Both have two conference foes remaining to face. Michigan, after next Saturday's non-looo ioust with Navy at Ann Arbor, winds up league business against Indiana and Ohio State. Northwestern's brace of league opponents are Wisconsin, which plays host to the Wildcats Satur day, and arch-rival Illinois wnicn catches Northwestern in a finale after the 'Cats take on Notre Dame at South Bend. Nov. 13. Neither Indiaina. a 30-7 victim at Minnesota Saturday, nor Ohio State, whose Rose Bowl hopes went glimmering under a 21-i spanning bv Northwestern last Saurday. ap pears capable of untracking title- bound Michigan wnicn won lis twentieth straight decision by outclassing Illinois, 28-20. However, the scrappy Illini and Minnisota which made Michigan hustle for a 27-14 decision two weeks ago, demonstrated that the Wolverines can be scored upon. The trick is to do it ofen enough. Next Saturday's three-came con ference card is highlighted by the Wildcat- Badger battle, aimougn Purdue's invasion of Minnesota also has some Rose Bowl bearing. The stalwart Gophers, with a Hanover Might Get Bid To Cigar Bowl TAMPA, Fla., (AP) Five Midwest grid teams are in the running for selection as one of the teams in the Cigar Bowl game here New Year's night, game officials said last week. Missouri Valley's Vikings, 1948 Cigar Bowl winners, who won their thirty-eighth game without a loss Thursday night by crushing Culver-Stockton, heads the list. Also receiving recognition Is Hanover college, which has only a loss to DePauw marring its five-game record. " Dcnison, another unbeaten team, Heidelberg and Bowling Green, Ohio, also are being considered for one of the invitations. Dons' Bob Kelly Out For Rest Of Season LOS ANGELES, (AP) Defense halfback star Bob Kelly of the Los Angeles Dons Is through playing In the All-America football conference for the season. The former Notre Dame back will undergo a knee operation tomorrow and then return to his home in Chicago. He hurt the right knee in the San Francisco game earlier this season. Industrial Basketball Meeting Tonight The first meeting of the Industrial Basketball league will be held Monday night at the Young Men's Christian association. It will start at 7 p. m. Industries planning to enter a team in the league must have a representative present at the meeting. Big 9 Standing CHICAGO. AP) standings: W. Michigan 4 Northwestern 3 Indiana 2 Ohio Stats 2 Minnesota 2 Iowa . 2 Illinois 1 Wiswonsln . 1 Purdue 1 Big Nibs football V. ft. Op. Pet O 121 34 1 OOO ft 49 S 64 4 4 72 2 M 67 P3 47 60 74 34 .7.VI ..V-0 .50 .S0 .2r.o .2. 'all We can convert your present heating plant to Automatic DELCO-HEAT' 9ACMO CM D3FF Sheet Metal Works. Inc. 411 N. 8th St. Phone 1171 2-2 record, play seven conference games, one more than Northwest em. and thus can present a strong er Bowl bid if both finish with two defeats. The Gophers still have dates with Iowa and Wisconsin. Saturday's third Big Nine fray sends Iowa against the surprising mini, who had some bitter breaks go against them at Michigan. This tussle Is at Champaign, 111. Besides the Michigan-Navy tiff, non-conference action also brings Pittsburgh to Ohio State and rolls undefeated Notre Dame against host Indiana. Hanover's Treesh Second In Nation In Grid Scoring NEW YORK. (AP) Dan Tow lor. Washington and Jefferson's talented halfback, scored two touchdowns and one extra noint last week to maintain his lead among the nation's college foot ball scorers with S7 points. Hank Treesh of Hanover. Ind Is pursuing closely with 14 touchdowns and 84 points. Fred Wendt of the Texas Mines in the Border conference has "9 points, repre senting 10 touchdowns and IS ex tra points. Lou Kusserow of Columbia. Doak Walker of Southern Methodist. and Eddie Talbloom of Wyoming went on scoring sprees Saturday to raise their point totals. Kus- serow has 72, Walker and Tal bloom 70 each. Talbloom scored three touch downs and two extra points. Walk er tallied two TD's and three points after. The leaders include Bill Young of Hillsdale. Mich.. 77 points, and Tom Peterson, of Michigan, 37 points, coin in six games. Hagerstown Rotary To Hear Phillips HAGERSTOWN. Commissioner L. V. Phillips of the Indiana High School Athletic association will speak to members of the local Ro tary club at its weekly luncheon w ednesday. The luncheon will be held at the Hartley Hills Country club at 12 o clock noon. Phillips will be the guest of Archie Hindman. IT'S TIME TO SHINE WITH ... THE SWAYS THAT STAYS I because it has a hard-wax finish KOFFOIMI BUCK MOWN .TAN sOXllOOD AAFC Standings NEW TORK. (AP All America ferDC football standings: Western otvtsis Saa Francisco Cleveland W. 1 T. Pet. . O l.OftO . 0 1 100 Las AOfeles ft 4 .&& CTitcajfo . . 1 .loo Kastara Dtvtsian Mainmort) 4 ft O .444 Buffalo 4 ft .444 New York 3 4 0 .213 Brooklyn 3 7 .223 Sunday a Rosvfta Buffalo. 34; Mainmort. 17. Ijom Annln, 17: Brook Ir. O. New Tor. 42; Cbtcaco. T. Nastt awndar'a Catxaa Baltimore at Cleveland. Los Arfli at New York. Cfitcsco at Saa Francisco. Buffalo at Brook Ira. TV. OP. SIS 121 33 91 173 t4 lift 2W 91 221 32ft 224 143 312 144 3a Indians Take Harrier Title INDIANAPOLIS. (API John Stayton and his Anderson Indiana did just what was expected of them as they won the Indiana high school cross-country champ! onshlp again Saturday. Stayton ran the two miles at Coffin golf course in 9 minutes. 59 seconds, well under the record of 10 minutes, 24.8 seconds he set on the same course last year. Mlshawakaa Northern Indiana conference champions squeezed out Vlncennes to take second place In the team standings. Keith Zook of La Porte finUhed second to Stayton. 40 yards behind. Zook made It close until the last quarter mile. Stayton led all the way after the mile mark. George Branam of Bloomlngton was third. Jack Wellman of Indianapolis Howe, fourth, and Paul Judy of Muncie Burrls. fifth. Charles Wilson of Portage, whose 9:37 was the txt time of the sec tionals, was 'in contention during the first mile but finished fifteenth. Staylon's Anderson teammates were Bob Richards, sixth: Russell Smith, eleventh; Jon WUUams. fit", teenth; and Don Dixon, twenty- third. Team scores: Anderson. 56; Muhawaka. 73: Vlncennes, SI; Fort Wayne South Side, 169; Bloomlngton. 175; Muncie Burns. ISO; MlsslAstnewa. 194: Hobart, 209; Gary Roosevelt. 216; VVabaah. 223; Valparaiso. 243; Indianapolis Tech. 259: La Porte, 297; Indianapolis Washington. 345; Terr Haute Wiley, 391; Jasper, 397. Flyers Trip Caps, 6-0 INDIANAPOLIS. (INS) The Indianapolis Caps will have another swing at the St. Louis Flyers In their next game Wednesday at St. Louis, after the Flyers humbled the Caps. 6 to 0, Sunday night In Indianapolis. Ralph (Red! Almas, St. Louis goalie tallied his third shutout of the American Hockey league season Sunday night In the win over the Caps. The visiting Flyers were In command almost from the first. raul Gladu. left winger for St. Louis, turned the hat trick. His first goal came in 35 seconds of the opening, and his next was 40 seconds later. Gladu's third counter was in the action-packed third period, in which SL Louis tallied four points. The second period was score-lens. Monday Review Of Unpleasant Saturday As Scribe Sees It By Whitney Martin NEW YORK. (API A foot ball coach assembles his squad for a Monday teriew of a rather un pleasant Saturday: I just saw the pictures of the game. I asked them why they ran the pictures in slow motion when we bad the ball, and they said they didn't. That's how bad you were. "I suppose you are proud of yourselves. You scored. The score was only 62 to 7. and tt might have been 62 to 0. And who did you score against? I'm not saying It was their fifth team, but their girl cheer leaders disappeared fust before that and I no ticed a couple of their halxbecka. powdering their noses. Sounds Logical "You. Schmaltz, where were you when they made the first touchdown? Haven't I told you. begged you on my knees, never to let a pass receiver get behind you? And what did you do? You ignored him. Do you owe him money or something? "And you. Swanson, when we accidentally made a nice gain they caught you holding. Haven't I told you never to hold on offense? Besides, the referee was looking right at you. "And you. Lummox, where were you on their second touchdown? On the bench? That's no excuse. Why didn't you tell me you were supposed to be In there? "Keliey. they opened a nice hole for you at right tackle, and what did you do? Yoc looked around until you saw the biggest, broadest back you could find, then rammed your head right into IL "If you haven't any pride yourselves, think of me. Think of my poor wife, worried sick and afraid nobody will apeak to her. Il'a a wonder the alumni still apeak ta me. t didn't think they would, but one of them stopped me on the street a few minutes ago. Wanted to know if I knew hm the next train UfU 1 aaked him what direction, and he Mid that shouldn't make any difference. "Think of my lit Uo chiJdrrn, the Innocent little tola. Why. Jut this morning little Gwendolyn, the darling, looked at me with those big. round eyes and said: Doddy. when is that big clown playing left guard going to lm not to get htrru-rlf mouae-traprted on those reveraes?' "SchloUky. you are auppoaed to kick a football, cot try to balance it on your toe. You punted like you had coma. You didnt bava time? Td like to give you time, about 30 days. "You ends, dont you know what a brush block la? I auppoae you a tell me you couldnt do tt because you didnt have w hi k brooms. Miller, you never touched your man. You just tore down the field to catch a pas. How can a guy throw you a pais when the man you let through has a rmmmerlock on him? "And you quarterbacks. Do you go blank aa soon as you get in the game? I outline the strategy, and what do you do? You pick plays blindfolded, out of a hat Who told you to punt on third down from your own five-yard line? I did! Well, cant you use your own brads once in awhile? "Dont you realute what you are doing to me? If you dont care about yourselves, or the school, or the alumni, think of me. I have to eat. my family doeant like to move. I worry, and sweat, and try to pound some footbaH into you. and what do I get? 62 to 7. "All righL let's get out there, and try to remember omething. What'a that? I forgot to call my wife? Humph." Anderson Opens NBL Cage Card Tonight ANDERSON. The Anderson Packer will open tbrtr National Basketball league awaaon here Xlondsy night. Nov. 1. against the Detroit King, new kague entry. The game. achdulrd in the An-dertson High school field hou win start at 8 o'clock. CAST I WEST A Cr W ROOT BEER STORES Delicious Hot Drinks Sandwiches and Chili (Open Until November IS) tea j3pQ g,y rskz & r a nt ove the flivor! f Football Scores Sunday C"a naylon. ?: Xavisr. o. Santa Clara. 25; San Frawisco, IX. Loras. 2; Bt AnbraN a This is your EST DUY! I JAotcfurfa TELEVISION "rX $18995 Only Plus Excise Tax. 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