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October 21, 1941

Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut · Page 4

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Pajcre Six NATJffATUCK DAILY NEWS,! TUESDAY, Has Strong Football Team It • Ranks Among- the Elevens TUOKKIl .Prow . V 8UI1T o( ; k, ; Dc.L 21 ftwl siiwllrr press — Simil nollces ,)jM|}g llttlu attention to minor (m.llog< [football teams 'but a survey 'of UH» Ouard Olujil" ofovons of the ooun. foday thai tho Coast Academy at , Now London, has'one of the game's roal IJQNvechouso-olevons. ; , .- . ,, The. Honi'i-al upswing of tho sor.v- Io0 teams—both Army and Navy uro umlQfoatod and untlod—is adtHfimle- 'ly ,. ru MM tod In this least-known brunch of Urn sorvlw. ., On .'.Iholr reoord, Lieut, Johnny Morel/nun's ohurgos havo riddon rough-shod ovor tholr own little si-c- toi;''of Now I'J/igland and might glvo many bettor-known teams a lively Urno, • According to Morrlrnan, ho hud ft U'ftjn .as good as this 10. yearn he's couched at the pmy. '.-In live gunius It has registered ,•140. points and ranks among 11.o ' loams of the nation. Jl has muTonderiHl 'only - 13 points. -.Two state, universities, .Connoolloul and llhoclo Island, aro among Us victims, and tho only stubborn' opponent has. boon Norsvloh, which hold lii.ty. Utmrclsmon to a 19-13 victory last wnok, . • adnillH his loam Isn't of iron rnon'. but that Ihd •of thoir, success lies In a hasn't in the Acacl- bulging bank of reserve strength. Of the Ml men, enrolled in the school—all ,ar(j eligible by the way '—02 are on the i'obtbalj squad am 1110 coach alternates two teams, 01 about'as good as the other. It's no ql'nch to get Into Iho Cons Cluai'il 'Aotifloiny. Higkl entrance e.\_ niiiinullooH niusl bb surmounted, so rigid that of the .1,900 who took the lost.s this year only K<0 were admitted. TU<} team's star is f.lapt. Jack- Thompson, N. II., who kicks, passes and runs, an/I ranks among the country's lop scorers,- svith- 55 points. Also hi the buok.flold arc thren< men ,\vho never played .football- before nturliiK the Academy: Krank Cotter of PasadiMia, Calif., a" sophomore, Jhar-los Shepherd of Auburn, Ala., uul Hud I.each, of Hrcmonton, Wash., (unlors. One freshman,, center I3on of Agawam, .Mass., Is on the team. Today's Sports Pa'rade' (Reg. U. S. Pa!,. Off.) By 1IAUHY FEHGUSON tUnited .l> Spoi'Js Editor) o- TO I>I,AY YALR Hanover, N.' H,, Oct. s'li— (UP)— It was back to fundamentals for lowncast 0/irtmouth today as Coach Tuss iVlcLaughry readied the Big -Orison -for Saturday's annual clash with Ivy-League rival Yale, MoUuighry was . dissatisfied, with the tournV blocking and tackling In Its loss to Harvard. A note of encouragement was the play of Veteran' Uaok -fjalo Bartholomew in yes-. terday'a aerlmmago. Bartholomew Is roudy to go after being sidelined most of the season with Injuries. ' GAMPFIRE CORNER JACK WELCH \Vhito THK TIIIIKK WAV IKS M'HK HLUK goose, tho IOSHOI- nnow goo.MO and the whlto-i'rontod goose hftyo*. much In oommon. The lossor H.npw goose IH oallod tho little wavlo, or tlngulHhe wuvio, or little svhlto wuvio, as dts- from the big white greater snow goono. The IH tho "blue wavle" and tho white-fronted goose Is tho "gray wavlo. 11 Both tho blue anil whlte- frontod are sometimes Incorrectly on Hod brunt, Tho throe frequently migrate In one another's company. Until I'ooont yours tho blue goose was rugurdod UH u rather rare bh'fl, but study by government Wildlife Horvfco exports and other \ornlthol- OKlst-8 has dUsoloHod thai they aro quite ooruinon — so plentiful this your • thul IOHJJ Htrlngout shooting. rogulutl'onM have boon unnounood for thorn. The provisions road: • "The limit on goose and brunt, except snoNv goose In Idaho, snow gnOHO uiul brant In Iho Atlantic oo^ t stated, und'noHH' KOOSO throu- Ktiout tha oountry, which may not bo luintod, la again sot at threo a day In pOHStisslon, but In addition hunters may toko threo blue goose day, and they may have six bluo In pOHSOHHicm In addition to Iho gononil slx-goosO ppaHOHslon'- llmlt." The original threo or nix, It !»' c.xplulruKl. "may also Include or ooimist ontlroly of hluo goose, , and II Is thus possible for a hunter to take- six bluo goeno a day or havo i'i Iii poH-sosslon If ho lakos or po.s- no other kinds of goao." a How' to Identify "Tho. hluo goo.HO," say« tho NN'M'i- llfo Sorvloo, "has Increased much rnpro rapidly than olhoi'H. A larger crop Nvari'hnlH a larger Imrvoat,". ' The hluo wavlo Is easily Identified by Utf white head and nock, and Hlnlo-oblorcd body. .Thoro are flbokH of whllo on tho bolly, rump and lull "oovorta, whllo the tips of tho Jllght • Couthora arc black and tho and foot -light colored. Both tho snow, gposo aro puro optM'or- tholr/blaok wing ,Tho .\yh Ito-fronlod . gooso, .. bOr Hides gray wuvio, IH spmo.llmoa oull- cd gray - bra^U, * Hpooklo-bollyr <6r, ' ircl \v\tt\ whlt Tho ' ,bnml aoross Itto iod;>;!\ytfti:;:t)j{VQlf ; :;an(l; •.- • nun p AY w;hi te^.bj,U s '^qol ^oranga -yojlow. Urwullnjj I'luces Tho throe wavles are about the same slx.o, an adult hluo goose being between Vu and 30 Inches • in length utul weighing up to AVa pounds, as compared .30, Inches and 4V6 to 0 pounds for Its, whl to oousln and 2(5 to .'30 'Inches and 4 to 0 pounds for the gray wavlo. The blue goose breeds in' Hie eastern Hudson bay region, while the snow goose Inclines 1 somewhat farther lo the west, .from Alaska to HaflHi island. The' winter quarters of Ihn blue wavle are roslrlotod lo Iho 'Mississippi delta region of Louisiana, while Iho lllllo white wavlo Is more widely .distributor! through the southern part of the United SUites. The gray wavio- broods in the Arctic and winters ohlody In the western part of the United Slates, oast to the southern Mississippi valley. U Is rare In the soulheast. On Iholr spring migrations many of the blue and whllo fronted geese wing Iholr way together up tho Mississippi and-Red river valleys, whore the blue geeso turn abruptly east lo their nesting: slles. Those routes are retraoled In autumn. Jt Is probable that there are fewer while-fronted geeso than either of Iho other, species. "V" Formation While all throe of Iho wuvlos Imvc'u Uiale for -sprouting grain, they food 1 .-largely on grasses, water p-lanls,. grain In the autumn stubble- Holds, Insects and berries. The gray wavlo also likes nuts, snails and' acorns. Tho notes of all three birds'are shriller and more cackling than those of the bigger Canada honkers,; and the- while-fronted goose,'; as one o,f Its nicknames implies, has a 'harsh, laughing'cry. Whllo Iho three wavles -fly, roughly In ".V"i formation, the linos of tho letter are much more Irregular than those o.f the Canada -goose. Snow goose and Ihoir companions arc likely to, fly very high.Curing their..-migration,..,sonielJraes. appearing us mM n u to-.. 1 blotches 1 frguliial the;.ih'azy. ,aulu.'mn; siiii. *2 -iihob ..IsiVToonsldorodi; i':thoi>piM ' 'i JjJ* '*l*rH'Tt ***" ' ' '—•**-! -^"A l»«i'l I »•* 4 IV i-» n tf\ f gaiigos, ii\V-^.l'''-i *• ?.y°, l l r -5 Vfiay MQui aivigi\n,iiUivp\N^: : ^' ? 'tfoi5.(l ; ;'fa&tfOi l n;-^\Vh.e^^^^^ ^USpd.;;y;V"'.,;;;;'-\- : ':fr : M^ : '' : -\- ; - •'';^.,;;';;.-i; ; i ; ;v.'':- New York, Oct. 2J—(UP)—This IH the time.of year when football players uro fed thick ' steaks, lioni'/ecl, pampered, .eulogl'xed'and all-Americanized, buL who lakes lime to worry ubouL the Tea I hero ;of the game—:lhe; spou Ui tor V • I • do, brother, 1 do. In fuel, hereby -worry about him for nbouL f>00 words. I sing the praises of I.he man who makes his uppoinlcd rounds or the Stadia (fancy, eh?) on' Saturday afternoons despl.le the .heat of Dixie, the snow of the midwest,, the, rain of the eastern seaboard, the sleet of Now TOnglaiid and the Cloy; that falls In. GtiH- forniav ' '•'•.-•' 'You can spot liiin anywhere. Mo lias u cold, Ills face is cither .sunburned or wind-burned and ho Ks thick-through ihd hips from spending hours sitting on concrete—an occupational malady known as "stadium 'spread." ''or that man, here is'some ndvicc on watch a. football game, a 'ew hints that will make life easier:' I. Take to every game a copy of i magazine, containing fin article by a ('ootl)all concli or sports writer on_ .Itlucl: "How -|.o watch a ' football game," This article-will advise you .0 devote all your attention to the ine play and blocking and ignore he .man carrying the ball. The n;agu'/.ino will, prove doubly valuable to you. in event of. rain, It will.keep your hat dry. In event of fair weather, you can roll it up and use It (is a club on the guy sitting In front of you who' jumps up and blocks your v/qw every time Lho ball is snapped. Under no consideration take the advice in the article. Keep your eye on the" man carrying Lho ball.' Watching the blocks NEW COACHES By Tack Sords • ' J. '. J • is just like going to u'buthing beauty "contest and devoting all' your attention to the judges. 2. Always have three scats. You sit In seat No. i and put, your wife in scat No. 3. 'Seat/No. /2 (should be occupied by' an old friend", of the family who is nuts about" football. .11 is- job will be to supply the 1 answer when your team is six points behind in the last, period; has the ball on. the .1 . 1-yard line,' fourth 'down find -a yard to . go. Al^.lhal' poi'iid the .little woman always' usk's; , "What • 'are' they going •• to" do" ! now, ; 13d?" 3. Practice sign language. Then when the treasurer of tile student body comes around between -halves and asks you for 'a donation toward. the fund for a new 'Meld .house you can. 'have your friend explain.' that you : -aro deaf and : dumb. ..' t\. There are ..two. schools- 'of. thought on' what ''to 'do about the- i;n an In seat .H,. section 1 38, .. who: spends the entire first 'hal'l 1 Jumping! up and yelling: "li;bwsii; about ' a shoo.r, lesh -give 1 , a I ill/la slieer." Some say you should fold his hat under- lifs liead so he. won't be lying on th'e oold concrete whcii lie goes to Asleep in the 'third period. Personally, 1 i'avor. the technique pi" wait-Ing nil. til he 'Is : comfortably settled' and sleeping nicely. 'Then poke, him ha,rcl . and yo'1,1 : "Hqwsh -about a sheer,' icsh give a little sheer. 1 ' 5.'- A 'lady hi a leopard skin coat will be sitting next 'to yo'u. She. will bo equipped', with blankets, -a. thermos bottle of coffee, sandwich-.' cs; an clectjic heating' pad for , ; her foot and., will have a : feather In her hat that will poke" you In the eye every time- she leans over and picks up .something she drops. Midway through the second period she win- jump up to 'see a pass Into the. end HO no and spill coffee all. over your new overcoat.' You must act 'quick-, ly. Direct the attention of. her .'escort to something on the other side of the stadium and' 'Mien sock her right in the Jaw, brother — but' good. " ' ' ' Syracuse Coach Springs Surprise In Football BOY FROM MINE i LM FRANfflN Cleveland, Oct. 2:1. .— (UP)— Lorn F rank If n-, Cleveland Negro, battered his way into", the 'heavyweight title picture last night with a'- flye- rbimd technical knockout over Abo Simon In their scheduled 10-rounil ' HARVARD PLAYKR HURT'" Cambridge, Mass.', Oct. 2:1,,— (UP)— . Harvard's' chances of scoring Its scc- oiicl straight upset at the .expense of Navy Saturday virtually, were. eliminated today with loss of Ijorciv MaeKinney, standout end and' one.' of the llnest punters in the cast. MacKinncy, wliose kicking and .end- around dashes wore instrumental in Dartmouth's defeat, ; officially was. declared out yesterday because of, a leg Injury suffered Saturday.:,', The crowd of 13,250— largest indoor gathering in Cleveland history —paid ,$31,023,80 ami snw Fra.nklin smash Sirnp' n. helpless hulk iii' less than' half .the Lime it took ,Joc Loti'ts. '''... " Ra.tod the ' No. 2-. contender for Louis' heavy weigh I, crown, Simon lolled 'helplessly against the ropes- fi:om a brulslng--avala-nclie- of 1'ight.s to- 'the head when referee .'loe-Sed- loy en Hod' a'' halt at 1 :33 of the fifth round. . !l • I'Ya'nlvlin, outwoigllofl H/i pounds- Simon scaled 255— tore into the gigantic -New .Yorker from .the open-' iiig'bell, He shot a straight, 'right lo Simon's head, midway', in UIG'J firs)/.. round and knocked him down j-pr< a nine count.. ' ...•'.' . ' Aga i n : 1 n; '; th 6 .. sccon,!;!,, ifra n k I f.n 's,- r i gh I, 1 ' ox p I o ci ed- iigal "ris t- ' S 1 1 n o n 's i- oli'l if-' and -the Now ''Yorker -almost 'wen I, through .the ropes. He fell inward ''Iii to tho canvas and' took another nine Count. -' . | *i' ''Simon n.ianaged to score with several p'ondtirous jefts to the mid-sec-. tidn in ' tho '.'third,; Franklin' dressed him for the kill by batter- Ing him frbm"ro'pe.-...Lo rope in tha,, fourth. He L cut Simon'; .'down, witlv a, straight right, and.'.'thc count rea'ch : _, ; cd .nine ~as, the. beil, wing. ., •''.'.-.': 1 ThQ, end oamV;fast : In the ' fifth as. franklin crashed : - across right ' after right and ; sent,. Simon rcclingy into* the ropes', whci'e. he lay help-/; less until- 'the" rofer'oo interceded, .,'. CENTRAL ALLEYS:" LEWIS; ISNGINEIDU/. LEAGUE: H. G. 11. Mangini Aquavia Sutor-..-. . Bagley Styers . Totals '-., Team 1 ... ..'-85- S2 • 1'. 87 ... (52 ... GO 83 (57 83' 71. 85'. 82 87 72 230 23/i: 052 2IJ1 200 0. 1 Spadola,-...' M. A', t; pi I ion 1 - ... -370 Teanr 2 80 . .. 85 ... 70 ' ... 80 ..'. 401 •Tenin ,1 i.. 80 - f53 . .. 70 fl/i. ... .75 307- J.I38 8/1 07 .100 •79 J..I.5 J02 87 •50 J08. 279 272 208 303 /j7fj Vi 30 J.300 82 7.0 78 8/1. 70 . SO, 85 85 80 : 04 22/i 233 228 215 ... 302 Team. /« . . . -07. . .. 71 . .. 92 70 300 3!)/r :U/i2 .80 72 J25 -87 SO 70 73: JOO 87 87 223 2?0 323 2/<3 2/i 3 375, /i 50 /< 23 :I2/i 8 COACH PHAISES PLAYEUS Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 21.— (UP)— Marv(ii:d Coach Dick Harlow says (.he 1 "kids should get the credit"'for the Ci'inison's.sui'pnsing-.-JrO^yictp'ry. ovci 1 pi-eviou'sly unbcrttciv;' ''13art- 1 mouth. . • Me told, a gathering of coaches and sports' writers.' yesterday that "vyo conches looked good simply because we were associated with thorn:" Harlow thought that George Jieiden, 175-pound blocking back, \v;is the unsung hero-. •Harvard- Scout Henry Lamar teamed Navy, the Crimson's opponent . f,his Saturday, ns "oy far the best Navy. Learn J'vc ever seen, 'and J'v(2 been seeing Navy teams since I was knco high." HO UTS TONIGHT Hartford,' Conn., Oct. 2J—(UP)— Willie Pep, undefeated .'..Hartford featherweight, puts his record on tho line in nn eight-round bout with Al'Dione,, Providence, hero tonight. VVaddell Washington, SpringHeld, meets Al Gilbert, New Havcni in a companion eight-rounder. Detroit, Oct. 21.—(UP)— The foot)al. caj-eer. of I.Jio Delroit Lions —William "Big Bill" lCdw;mh —si.arl.ed 21 years ..ago in the depths of a southern Ohio coal mine.,. Ho was jnst a healthy J/i'-year- old boy whon • he. began -digging coal, but the job started him-financially of the-, most ouUtand- ng football careers in the country. "I've played football all my li. Cdwards said when he signed with he Lions. "It has given me prac- j'cally everything 1 have and Tin i favor of putting it back into tho •amc." Die 35-year-old former Western lesei've coach began playing- foot- all as a somi-pro no.-ir "his home Oast Greenville, X). "He made uch an unusual showing against arious rugged mine teams from his enter position on the. Mnssillon Maroons that he was drafted, by the Msissillon high school, team, lie played on the .high school team four years- and during that ..interim the squad lost only two. games. Played nt'Wittenberg He enrolled at. Ohio State in i020, but after a year transferred- to Wittenberg College, in Springfield, 0. He'.captained' the Wittenberg team for two years and in his senior year was named' all-Western center by Walter •hJckcrsa'll. , His ;first , job ; out of -JD31 was tho. coaching- Springfield .high school fall he moved to Fostor remained there, two. years. • In', J03/i ISdwards was drafted by Sam . ^Yillitims,''.former Ohio State coach,- to act as his assistant at Western Reserve. In the spring of the following year Williams, died and Edwards was appointed head conch. 'college in position at The nex't a high and Introduces ITnorthodox pen- ter Who Faces His Own Backfield W. Danarovich 00 85 81 2G4 DUTCH FRONT . LISAG VK . Unemployed-. There are ap^roxima'tely 1,500,000.' In the United ;! Statcs : .who are classi- • fled as uriemployables even 'in boom : times/ :'// : ;-:% ; '' '.-'.•. ,/'',•' Average. .. P. bok'ites; . MuLesley; : : . J'.ohn.ion-:' .. .yenslow '.. G'ryxmala .. : Stewart ..... ;.Konavagc .'. ''Such . :.\yoxniak ... '.'Totals: ... -:;;-•-:.- .;... Hi • : ..]qc Lbkilcs KP;\ Almquist, j'D'. Yohkel'-..' sA'.' G'erher . Curs I nirs ,,.. 80 ,-. .. :IOS ; ... :82v.' ,'. . . 92 .:.;. -100' P.M. .... • -'07 ...... 09. .'•. Si. .-... 79 .... 98. so 97 S3 -7.392 80 90 ; 74 1J5, 99 240 295 239 280 291 Totals .... I .. Krysoski.. ... lohn Sardinskas .. Consavagc .. Totals .. /i70 Ten in /i 99 80 .. 92 .. 91. .. 88 /•OS 475 1413 88 8/1 102 J03 iO/. 9G 87 J/t/i 78 287 200 205 337 2G9 Won 28 Games in How During his six-year tenure at the Cleveland university, Edwards • compiled, one of the llnest records in collegiate football. His Western He- servo teams won 49 games—28. in succession, lost six, tied two, and last Mew Year's-Day, defeated Arizona State Teachers College 20-13 in the Sun Bowl. He took over tho reins of the Lions, which, had been held by. four coaches in the last four years, with characteristic optimism and enthusiasm.. . -.---. "I don't want to make'any predictions on -what- will happen this, fall," lie said, "but you caiv bet .the Lions will know football from 7 top to bottom,- as all and will give any "I consider this in my career and the best of it." Edwards is married to his lege sweetheart, and they havo children, Bill 8 and Jane C,i my. tennis have;team a. battle, the biggest step 1: plan to make coK two: Crfm Inn-la Under 21 Over 19 per cent of all persons arrested lost, year /were, under 21. ./i 58 133 91 .83 97 S/j 133 83. 77 90 80 lO/i' 27 229 208 252 33f /i 2/i /i 87 Wnikcivs 99: 111 - 82 82 99- 1.00; -80, 80 98 99 109. 80; 328 203 308 INDIANS ON THE WARPATH—THE STNFORD VARIETY •ppor all gods'O, but In' Uio v s"mallor ; W or 20,\No.-;3 sh,ot,,dp ;yory '. Senior F«llov/ •. Phi Beta, of of Ky Pi-ess .Sdift* :CoiTi!S|ioncIt»M() New,:York, Oct. *»1. — (UPJ-rLot, other conches (ell how unpredictable football has been this, season. Let others become bewildered by the ravages or t.he soloct.ivc service act. Lot 'the- »j){ijorliy i .j)emoftn thai, :'Injury-iloptole.d squads jea<l Jo Die Lopsy-turv.ey.. upsets thai. lurk behind Saturday's schedules. Bui don't, expect genial- OssJu Solom, coach of Synieuso .University's;, football force's,, a I,, the walling wall., Never one to bo.fettered by tho Spartan rules, of. grfdiron- tradlLion 01' Ossie, >yho v resigned, as alhlolic diVoclor and head football coach at tho University^ of 'Iowa in.Jftft for reeonstru.cUon work .at. Syracuse, has. produced, the year's, most radical football reformations. .-• ..-'.The oraulc of Mic rnngcmen iflrst ^°t ]>ltfskin pp H ot«i^onists.- back on their heels two weeks ago' by introducing.'an unorthodox center who faced his own back Hold Instead of the defensive., team. , After haggling by officials who threatened to toss.Solem and Syracuse out of football if his center did not ro-. vert to normalv 01' OssIc. goi .his. way and his team has. won three out of four starts. Now Soiom-..again' has scheduled a break with the past, by unnoun^ oing--that .his center,- who ..aj ready a chamcjon, will, .become a sextuple.- threat man and take his place as a . full-fledged fifth, member of the. baclUleld. . Tills, m'mble gen I, already dubbed 'Kid Quicksilver" . and ."William YVca.l,hcpynnc,-" will —if cvorylhlng goes according to.the Solcm sohcd- ule—J,. snap the ball;'• 2, run the :j, kick the ball; -V, pass the jail ;.f),.block ; and: 6, lead;,the in- . terferencQ.., . . . : . ia'sif L.. Ogured.-.puL. h'pw this iiobllc nianveanV'do : -.'-rilHthese;things it the same time,;but as i.t is, ; the deception he will add- to the offense may revolutionize , -the'.game. That is, if the officials' don't kick up. another fuss. • . , .To date, the gridiron law says that before the center can run tho ball lie .must; make: suoh an obvious wheel-around l)i;H any trick plays would bo tipped off. However, Solem thinks his innovation is safely within... the 'rules, .and. will request an ortlcial interpretation. He says: ' "I've always thought it stupid to stand .a center on his head when he's snapping the ball." he explains. ."It leaves him easy- posing linesmen and eliminates him from blockoiv ,• . "1 thought it would scm crazy to my assistants and my hoys when.) first/-figured on. turning the center around but we're all. sold on it now'after. Busing it against; Cop- nelJ and NYU. Me can- nip the hall more •.accurately; can swing, out more quickly to. lead interference ami; can. flip to- flankers instead, of straight 'ba'o.k.V 1 -.••-• . • .: Note.' that last point because it stops.:- : the..defense from shifting >o an- unbalanced formaMon.. to meet the spear-bead: - of- : the .attack...'if the defense shifts, the center cnn snap the bal), to ; ?i halfback.playing end and the'back, can- zip around the end '."before\.said end ; knows AylVat is afoot. v l . ' . . ., • \ .- ,: "The* use.' of'the center as an of- fcnfii'Ive man in ball-handling comes from the reverse-position'' ".Idea; Once the ball is snapped the center continues, right into the; buckilcld where)-he handed the ball: Tlien he : can pass, run, kick or hand.s it away, "So far as. I know," Solem- says, X'lhis system has no wenkn'ess—'except with the ofll- cials.". "•• ••"•'. ; : prey for op- It '. practically action as a -DARTnOUTH - of (»> STRENGTHENING. ,YAU2 ! TEAM : New,-..Haven/Conn!, Oct. 21.—(UP). —Seeking; to! put. additional, strength Into- the-:-El if or ward v^all, .Coach Emerson Spike Nelson, today ad- 'vanced three members, of the second team-to the Yale-University varsity line-as preparations continued. r for the-invasion by- the Dartmouth Indians Saturday. •••';Thev liner has beeii one of the, EH \vea'k-spots-this, season; and Nelson,.,.promoting, three, second team . members to . the first-line Aquad' he-" could gain"; additional strength:,there! :.-. Bert :Marti)V>;a junior, replaced Pal ;\yestfeldt at guard; Marty Wwyer,v)a:r-,sbphomore, took over ^Prank' ! Kemp's tackle post; and Ted ,K!endi.; replaced /Jack Magcc at tackle;V ; ' : "--- : -^".-.; . . •• , - DlfFFY'S Restaurant 1 Water Street DAILY DINNERS and' v 5 '^ LUNCHES SANDWICHES OF ALL :KINDS A^SRECIALTY;; sv Full LiquwFWpensa

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