Wednesday Evening, November 27, 1957. TWO BIRTHDAYS Today's Sport Parade ON THANKSGIVING —-y "- !r~ -—- By OSCAR FRALEY United Press Sports- Writer NEW YORK (UP) — Fraley's . Follies and the weekend football "winners" — with a football swan song which will last a whole month. . ' Game of the Week Navy over Army — This is always one of those unpredictable affairs where the team which is "up" the highest grabs the decision. Army has a tremendous running attack but a porous pass defense. Navy has a good line, better reserves and the passing to outscore the Cadets. The South Mississippi over M i s s i s s i p- pi State — Basin Street Blues. Auburn over Alabama — -Stars fell on Alabama. ' Tennessee over Vanderbilt—Tennessee waltz. Georgia Tech over Gcorgial Corn Pone Stomp. Clemson over Furman — Southern Fried. LSU over Tulane — Down the Lazy River. Florida over Miami — Miami Moon Polka. North Carolina over Virginia- Carry Me Back. W. & M,' over Richmond—Honeysuckle Rose. Wake Forest over South Carolina—Jumpy Nerves. VMI over VPI—Tip Easy Blues. ( The Midwest Notre'Dame over Southern Cal— Me Daddy's Old Shillelagh. Oklahoma over Oklahoma State —Mule Train.. Tulsa over Wichita—Little Men, . You'll. Have a Busy Day. Cincinnati over Miami, Ohio—I Concentrate on You. The Southwest Rice over Baylor — Stranger in Paradise. . SMU over TCU—Wagon Wheels. Texas Aggies over Texas— Blue • Heaven. Hardin Simmons over New Mex- ico—Ain't-cha Glad? The V/est Colorado State over Air Force- Don'! Get Around Much Anymore. Tempe over Arizona — All the Way. Brigham Young over New Mexico—Among My Souvenirs. Wyoming over Denver — Three Little Words. Utah over Utah State — C'cst Magnifique, that Grossoup. Penn.over Cornell — Big Town Boogie. Brown over Colgate — Cheek to Cheek. Holy Cross over Boston College —Jiock 'n' Roll. or the coaching staff," he added. "But at Annapolis the team is surrounded by the student body throughout most of the day and it's a tremendous influence. If they communicate this feeling to ! the team, we'n sunk." '. As an example of the necessity to have that fervent desire for victory he recalls the 1942 game in which Army was the heavy favorite. "W had no business on the same field with them, but we won it, 14 (o 0." he illustrated. "We just wanted it worse than they | did." | But Ihere's ojie —-pointing up ; the need for that winning desire— which stands foremost in his I mind. , That game was in 1930 when ; Cutter ivas stationed in California i and again Navy was the underdog ; against Army. Shaken By Chosen Battle "We were supposed to have some folks in to listen to the game on the radio," he said. "But then I1 heard Jie news that the fifth regiment of the First Marine Divi- ision had been surrounded at the ; Chosen Reservoir in Korea. j "My kid sister's husband was; in :that outfit," Cutter remembered I softly. Cutter was shaken by the news. He couldn't go home and face his 'guests. So he simply sat in his car and then, despite his mental depression, finally tuned in the Army - Navy game alone. "Navy wasn't supposed to win thai, one, either," he recalls. "But those kids fought their hearts out Nome White Back of Week DETROIT (UP)—A "coach's dream," Ohio State's rampaging j sares sophomore f- u 11 b a c It-center- linebacker Bob White, today was, Non-Skid Ice Is named United Press Midwest back '• _ . . , of the week for his brilliant role Scientist S Aim in the Big Ten champions' 31-14 UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribuno Nine Browns, who set a single game record of 237 yards against Los Angeles, led the individual rushers with 769 yards, a lead of 197 yards over second-place Rick Ca- of the Chicago Bears. victory Saturday ' over arch-rival scientist at Pennsylvania State Michigan. White gained • 163 yards in 30 rushes to account for more than a third of the Buckeyes' ground yardage of 372 ya'i-ds. Two games previously OSU All- American, candidate Don Clark j University says non-slippery ice may be developed in (he future. Dr. Charles L. Hosier Jr., asso- Woman Called Safer Pedestrian NORFOLK, Va.-Safcly consultant George H. Elliott says women- pedestrians are more safety-con-" scions than men. "Women walk to the corner an'd- wait for the proper light," said Elliott, who is with the Tidewater Automobile Assn. He ciled figures to show that three out of four persons killed as pedestrians last year were males. Elliott conceded that men do was injured in the-first period of,the National Science Foundation, -••-h tattle with Purdue. The j Dr. Hosier believes the slippery still had to play tnen un- !qua m y ot ice is caused bv a ]iquid _lowa and wind up against ;film on ils surf ace-a film that is [thicker at temperatures approach- ciate professor of meteorology, is more walking and wear darker making an intensive study of thej c ] 0 thmg which makes it more dif- surface properties of ice under aifj cu i t f or them to be seen by mo- three-year grant of $11,000 from lorisls. And he said seven out of Michigan at Ann Abor. . Into 'the breech stepped White, j ing the melting point than at lower 'Moving back from center, he I gained 77 yards in 14 attempts [against the Boilermakers and scored one touchdown then buHed his way to 157 yards in 22 explosive rushes against Iowa. Thanksgiving Day will call for more than just a-turkey dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph ; Loner, 1308 High street, where two of llieir children, Paul and Mark , V 1H celebrate their birthdays. ! Mark, at left above, will be four years old, and Paul, center, will be 'seventeen. Mariel, at lli c right, just missed the big day. She will be eight years old Saturday. Above, Paul, notes the special day on the calendar, while his brother and sisler look on. Front Running Colts Lead Ground Gainers . PHILADELPHIA (UP) — The Baltimore Colts not only took over first place in the Western Conference of the National Football League Sunday but. also took over again as the leading ground gain- temperatures. "We believes that this is the reason why ice- is not slippery at temperatures of 40 to 50 degrees below zero." he said. The scientist said impurities in I he ice also appear to affect the film's thickness. This offers hope thai ice can be made less slippery by the introduction of certain hemical contanjinants, he said. Dr. Hosier believes ice-covered 10 pedestrians who were killed.last year had been drinking. "Obviously most of the people walking home at night from public drinking places are males," Elli- 011 said. Auto Plant Strike DETROIT lUP.i— Chrysier Corp. announced today the Plymouth Engine P^ant strike will start having a major effect on other Plymouth operations Friday, with at least 20,000 workers idled by early next week. Chrysler said Friday wil'. be the last day of production at the De- troit Assembly Plant and it is highways and sidewalks could be.doubtful if the Evansvillc, Ind., treated to prevent slippery walk-!Assembly Plant will operate Fri- ing or driving conditions and that and they won it, 14 to 2." It gave the worried Cut:or what he calls tersely "a he'.luva mental lift." •"I figure that if those kids could fight their way out of that one," he grinned, "maybe the Marines down there on the bright green could too. And, what do you turf at Municipal Stadium on Sat- j season total to 2,992 for nine think? Damned if they didn't." jurday. And why, as Navy's athlet-'S a . mes ' antj hiked them from their er, the weekly statistics showed P reci P ita "><> n might be controlled today. ' or changed by adding chemical The front running Colts rolled I contaminants lo the atmosphere, up 455 yards winning their sixth j game, the most they're-ever won aay. Read the Classified Ads in one NFL season. It raised their j Which Explains why Capt, Slade ic director, he's trying to see Cutter wants a fighting Navy team, that's what they'll' have. third place rating of one week' ago. Jimmy Brown, of the Cleveland ' NEW YORK (UP)- The will and determination to win means much to Capt. Slade Cutter, and it explains why Navy's athletic director is fretting today over ''an atmosphere of complacency" among the brigade of Midshipmen as they head for the annual grid ' encounter with Army. _ Cutter always has been a man big in the guts and perseverance department. He had to be, starting _out as the national interscholastic flute solo champion. But despite ' that beginning, square-jawed Slade became one of the finest athletes at Annapolis and one jf the Navy's most decorated submarine officers in TVorld War II in which his submarines accounted, for 19 enemy ships. Taking it For Cranled "The boys seem to be takin<* this one for granted," complained the man whose 20-yard field goal beat Army- in 1934 and who went undefeated in 22 fights as a collegiate heavyweight. "It's the brigade, not the team Auburn Tops Defense; Arizona State Best In Yardage Gained NEW YORK (UP>_ Meet the new statistical champs — Arizona State and Auburn. Arizona State already has clinched major-college football's, offensive championship for 1957 and Auburn has wrapped up the defensive title even though each has one more game remaining. According to National Collegiate Athletic Bureau figures released here today, both Arizona State and Auburn are too far ahead in their respective departments to be caught on Saturday. JSOTICK TO TAXPAYKIIS OP AlmiTIO.VAI. API-JIOIMIIA'riO.V* -Notice is herel.y Klvtn tn ilic tpxpnyiTF. of Jackson Township C:i»« County, Indiana, tlmt Up Advisory Hoard anil Truslre or s.iifl Township will m.'et at !!,e J'-UKtoe's ottioe In ills home on inf. lull day of December. IflriT at i:.':f p. TIL lo consider the followinj,- a-Mltional appropriations which .said officers consider necessary t<-, meet the extraordinary emcr- pcncy oxistins at thla time to •wit: TOWN-SHIP Ftrxn: 1. Pay of Trustee ?120,ntl I 1 Social Security S nO.Ol) TriTIO.V FUND: 2j:.-\ ['ay of Substitute Teachers $100.00 STKCIAt. SCHOOL 7--t!N'D: 14. Furniture &• Knuipnieiit S."iOn.oO 17 Fuel for Schools 15000 in. School Medicals Ti 00 :r Pay ,,r Teachers !1n.0() 2U Janitor Service -125.00 ' -'3 Transportation of Children T>00.00 2'i. Social Security 175.00 2". Mine ' ISO.00 Total Special School 12,120.00 Taxpayers appearing at- such meeting shall have a riiilit to be lieird thereon. The additional appropriations as finally made will he autonintlcalfv referred to the Stare Board of Tax Commissioners, which' board will hold a further licarinjr within fifteen days at the County Auditor's office of Cass Or unty. Indiana, or at such other place -as may lie .designated, At j-ti''h hearing taxpayers objecting to any of such additional appro- rrlMtionK may be heard and interested taxpayers may Imiulre a! thf County Auditors office when and where such hearings W ' U ^ h ^ F. ZEHIUNG Trustee Dated Xovember 27, 1957 . Just what he wants from you! Just what you want horn us! Choose His Gifts now at A. Manhattan "Monsmooth" White Shirts . . . 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