Sunday News from Lancaster, Pennsylvania on October 16, 1949 · 28
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3 -THE SUNDAY NEWS, OCTOBER 16, 1949 Oj ills Twice Told Tales 15 To 1 Shot Cops Feature At Jamaica By CARL N. NETSCHER FIVE YEARS AGO (1944) M0RT New York, Oct. 15 (P) COOPER Of the Cardsijirs g. duFont Weirs Royal blanked the Browns, 2 to 0, to U ic i chot . five the National League team inn Cr .J 3-2 edge over the American Leagu von the $.9, 600 Grey L&ffr 6, r ' fef i ieK I'lft V(, , . j J Lk -v.V cit. fuf ? y - t vy. V- US to bytu.. y "v W v -- t , -? tt 5 A .-r: ym- Handicap today before 29,111 persons at Jamaica. Three Rings was second, with Capot third. This was the fourth straight victory for Ro.val Governor, ridden this afternoon by Ovie Scurlock. On Wednesday, the five-year-old gelding won the Interborough Handicap,1 opening day feature at the Jamaica Fall meeting. Royal Governor was timed in 1:44 2-5 for the mile end one-sixteenth route, and his backers got $32.50, $15.40 and $6.40 across the board. Capot, from the Greentree Stable, selections for the most valuable1 Was ahead at the half-mile point, player in the National and Ameri-an(j held the lead after three-can leagues, respectively. quarters of a mile, with Three Rings second. Royal Governor took com- TEN YEARS AGO (1939) 'mand in the stretch, as Capot be-JOOKIE CHARLEY KELLER gan to fade, p : ' ' J Z i A I 1 - ::A , i ' -&TI -4- ... T3 b j oj i (al IlflMlb 3 t MhitojJi State Lions Imacomin 2nd pounded out another homer to help the Yankees defeat the Reds, 7 to 4, in 10 innings and capture the world series title in four straight games. Long punts by FRANCIS KROW, c Freshman, kept Lancaster High at bay and enabled Columbia High to gain a 6-6 tie, FIFTEEN YEARS AGO (1934) ALBIE BOOTH, former All-American at Yale and now an assistant coach at New York U. rated F and Ms team on even terms with the Eli after seeing the Dips defeat Rutgers, 7 to 0, PAUL DEAN allowed only seven hits as the Cards defeated the Tigers, 4 to 3, to tie up the series at three-all. The winner netted $20,550, Jamaica Results STATE COLLEGE, PA., OCT. 15-TOO BAD, YOU MISSED Tom Novak, Nebraska center, flies through the air in a futile attempt to bring down Earle Mundell, Penn State back( as Mundell got off to a 15-yard gain in second period of today's game here. Coming in from rear, is Walter Spellman, Nebraska guard (16). FIRSTPurs $3,000, claiming, 2 year olds, 6 furlongs, a-tnqulring tteadhoose) $6.80 $3 70 $2 00 Fleet Area (Guerin) .... 13.10 0 00 Rope Trick (Gileses) $.00 lime: 1 13 1-5 Lion Heart, H T Perry. Thanderjet. E'eful Star, Schroon. Same Qui Petit. Beret, Mag.c Way, Dida, a-Summerlight at so ran, O Philips-W heatiev Sable entry SECOND Pur?e $1,000, claiming, ear olds and up. 6 furlongs: f. . son f hariio iGn.rin) sis.io M.w mo beaten Jsorth Carolina to a Naitmi (Plcoo) .... , 11.10 , T- . Gaud (Arearoi $.70 28-14 victory over ake For- est. North Carolina Victor; Missouri Edges Dlini Time- 1 13 Your Sun, Hornpipe Swing Me. Head An' Tell, Ventpl.no, Control, Deep Texas also ran. SPECIAL CLEARANCE I wif nnwyii SI Royol "Master Heaters 5 1 Re9-S $9.40 52 .59 COFFEE MAKERS .59 PIN-UP WALL CLOCKS $2 95 DAILY DOtBLE- Inquiring and Son ( harlia paid $31.70. THIRD Purse $4 500, allowances, vear olds, 0 furlongs: Dry FIt (Atkinson) .. W.4 $3.10 Jerry M. tLrnroi .. , 10.M Kit Carson (rraro 4."0! jn Time 3 13 3-5 Halcvara. Eaton The Tar Heel football forces had to come from behind m the second quarter against their neighborhood s' Southern Conference rivals before Lititz Horse Wins Honors In Media Race Champaign, 111., Oct. 15 (INS) Missouris Tigers clawed away at a fighting Mini football team in Champaign today and edged Illinois, 27 to 20, in a thrill-packed non-conference 'game before 42,184. Top Nebraska By 22-7 Edge State College, Pa., Oct. 15 (TP) Bill Luther ran and passed an improving Penn State eleven to a 22 to 7 vic-torytoday over Nebraska. Penn State combined alert defensive play with an effective mixture of passing and running to delight a homecoming day crowd of 23,600. State scored in every period touchdowns In each of the first three periods, a safety in the final quarter, end throttled the Nebraska attack from the start until Ronald Clark scampered 82 yards for a last quarter tally that saved Nebraska from being shut out , i States linemen, in pacing this years second straight triumph, limited Nebraska to only four first downs, 15 yards rushing and 10 yards passing. The victors piled up 16 first downs, gaining 275 yards on the ground and 81 in the air. Luther Ryns And Passes Luther tallied the first touchdown late in the opening quarter, covering five yards on an off-tackle smash to climax a 30 yard drive in 7 plays. He then bit John Smidansky with a 12-yard pass for the second registration in the second period, End Bob Hicks put the Lions in position when he tackled Gerald Ferguson on Nebraskas 25 for a 10 yard loss on fourth down. Early in the fourth quarter, Clark, 165-pound standout for the losers, raced 82 yards for Nebraskas only touchdown in the most thrilling play of the game. He took Vince OBaras punt, faked a handoff and went down the side lines untouched. Guard Recovers Fumble Joe Drazenovich, State guard At Garden State Camden, N. J., Oct. 1 5 (TP) Bewitch, carrying the silks of Warren Wright's Calumet Farm, came from off the pace to win the mile and one-sixteenth $20,000 added Vineland Handicap for fillies and mares at Garden State v Park today. Steve Brooks brought the fs- Garden State Results - , S'Southern Conference rivals before1, Media, Pa., Oct. 15 tJQ- vii interception of Bernie Krueger's 1tlUhey notched their fourth straight Jee fro the Maryland barn of pass in the en(j zone savej a pos. eso victory. The loss was the fourth rel?on,H'. Ill'er ain,e ll? wnisible tie for the Tiger squad 1 ly for Missouri. His last qiiarter -qr4C)C intorntmtinn nf 74 a r n i a W runonrc a row for the Deacons. I" hlJ1t lefLonth which now has wonone gTme town, Fih Frv, Near Thm, B.hn andl Wake Forest opened the scoring !?'ree .H,t5r,PhaJnge CVP t?day against two setbacks. ! 7? eaAAnrla Lafn.'n t U a AnI nf 4kn DV WHinillB LllS 111166 171116 CtlSSC! Xlltlli HOW Wlttl ft OIlO WO!) Neir FdRt also ran FOURTH Pur $3,500, allowance, i 2-xear olds, i m miles ' first period when they capped an Mm, (Guerin) 24.00 sit so $s eight-play, 38 - yard advance by Jo.Rr;r'foViah0.uUr,)U'4 a -sending quarterback Carroll Black-T.rre: 148 a-Aeina, b-Picador, erby over on a sneak. Tackle Bill dq - Qurstiu, Populacu, a-Lotniahite Georse' nlacement madp it 7-0 Time Keeper, Oilomaev, b-Why Not Now , T piacemeni mdue H (-U. aleo ran a-H. P. Headley entry, b-l In the waning moments of the Brookmeade stable entry, dq-rmished1 jjrst period the Tar Heels began Safin Twill Seat Covers Reg. $28.95 $14,50 2 WAYS TO CHARGE 30 Days Budget Terms B. F. GOODRICH Prince & Vine Sts. Lane. Phone 2-2196 second! but disqusiif ed. FIFTH Purse $4 500 added, Class C Handicap, $ year olds and up, 6 fur- 'ongs: Miche Gileses) $$. S3 70 $7 $0 Butfac (Atkinses) 4.30 I1 Win Weather t Arearo) .. $70 Time: 1 12. R If, Curandera, Darnaway, Lex, Miss Disco also ran. SIXTH The Grey La Handicap, Purse $25,000 added, 3 year olds and up 1 1-16 miles: Royal Governor (Sesrlockv 42 50 $15 40 $6 40 Three JUnss (Woodhoose) , 10,30 ft 60 Capot (Atkinson! 30 Time. 1 44 2-3. a-Prophets Thumb, Chains, Donor, Uncle Edgar. FLcrlane, Vulcan Forge, a-Assault, Cartel Beau, Loser Weeper also ran. t-Kini Ranch ert-y SEVENTH Purst $4 500, allowance. 3 ear ojds and up. 1 1-16 miles frmrrnnrTrwo fence and threw its owner,-rider, Paul H. Miller of Manchester, Md., and Indian Knight from the same a 45-yard march that ended iiii stable hit the 15th jump, turning nine plays with Justice racing! complete somersalt in the air. around left end untouched from Indian Knight died Instantly of a (hi the five. Sophomore tackle Egbert broken neck. His rider, H. Bartow, " Williams tied it with his first of suffered fractured ribs and a pos "fL'r ' L s.rtie field r is? a? ST, it; IdS i-etuJd' W S' K. unb,e ,tom Johnny GloriOso played brilliantly both defensively and offensive-who converted two of three plaee- ments attempts, recovered BUI Muellers fumble on the Nebras 24 to set up the final Lion six pointer late in the third period. Luther gained a yard, Tony Or-sini took a reverse 16 yards, Luther picked up another yard and then Orsini went the remaining six yards for the tally. The Lions added two points via a safety in the fourth quarter. Attempting to pass, Frank Nagel was thrown back 5, 7 and finally 11 yards Into his own end zone with Jack Storer, Negley Norton and Hicks smothering him. Cochise t Ktrsinnd) Sunn? Vftls tGlNsoa) Sagittarius (McFhet) ... $60 Time- 1 45 2-5 Props, Shakeme, Vamanos Hiva Sailor also ran. EIGHTH Purse $,000, claiming, $ year oM and up. ll miles: a-Perasua II (Scurterk) 20.80 $10 30 $15 30 Warrior Prince tErrles) a-Play Sure (Gllsson) Time 1 15 2-5 Blue Sweep Mad, Flame Of India, Manor Miss. Si ver Plate. Botd Regard, Court Jerer, Cloud Chaser, Transat'antic, Chestv, f-Rakir.g also ran. a-Mrs D. Schifter-G. Schifter entrv f-Field. four conversions. Th Tar Heels, sixth-ranking team in the last two weekly Associated Press polls, went ahead to stay late in the period when Dick Bunting intercepted a pass on the Wake Forests 31 and ran alt the way. Five plays later Justice raced over standing up from the 'five af-ter a seven-) ard reverse by wing- sible dislocated shoulder. Bliss Flaccus saw his bid for permanent possession of the Challenge Cup go glimmering for another year. His entry, The Cardinal 2nd, finished fourth behind Ecnec carrying Evelyrr Thompsons colors in second, and Flare Flight owned by Alfred M. Hunt in the show position. ' 0Wne? by IrLA' tDa.ffn al catch of a 23-yard pass from dl the HUnl'B Bernie Krueger and vision of the Riddle mile, feature Lou 3 converted. IHinois then flat race on the card. The winner was chased home by Good Mark, the third perio1 when Dick Raf. klovits returned a Missouri punt 75 yards and Levant! converted again.. 0 In the final period, Carter sparked the Tigers to the winning touchdown and Missouri went WocbirtrrfAn Pan A c t home singing Glory, Glory, Glo-wasniimon Lap JS rioso when that gentleman kicked - 1 'the final point. , s o s 10 back Fred Sherman had set up the score for another N. C. touchdown. Interception Helps Wake Forest turned an interception into its second touchdown. ... Fullback Andy Karpus intercepted owned by C. Mahlon Kline, of Am-11 s is so'8 Haes Pass on the Wake. bier, Pa. f-stark Forest 35. Six plays culminated with fullback Bill Miller bulling! over from the one. George kicked f J f, res t the point. A Blackerby-Smith pass fHgll lieilU LaptlireS for 39 yards to the 17 was the big - r gainer. Winfred Carters 65-yard march, climaxed by two yard touchdown plunge, was the telling blow. Glorioso kicked the final point. This same Glorioso- ran 49 yards in the first period for the first Tiger score. He converted for good measure. Teammate Dick Braznell tallied following punt exchanges. Interference Ruled Then Illinois scored when offi- FIRST Purse $2,500. tlaimin. S year ods and up. en mils and 70 yd : Cr flight tiaett) . $10.00 $5.40 $4.30 fouvar Culmone) .... 13.80 $40 Wnchtstswn (BotilmtUs) 7 40 Time: I 45 4-5. Royal Foot, Goof Off, Lumpuekerow, Mis Haste, M ss Fighter, Miss Rounder, Wary Flight Ess Jav Ess also fan. SECOND Purse $1,000, claiming, 3 vear olds and up, 6 furlongs Merry Tudor (Stout) $25.00 $10 60 $7,00 fluftiana (Roulmetis) 5.00 10.00 Bull Lead (Corcoran) ... $.80 Time: 1 13 1-3 Mist ODawn, Lot- oftown. Danny Gerald, Donnas Act, Pompeian, Blue Fedora, War Glance. Normrich also ran. DULY DOUBLES Crowfllgftt and Merry Tudor paid $179.40. THIRD Purse $3,500, allowances, X vear olds, 8 furlongs: Related (Balsaretti) . $5.40 $3.40 $3.00 Thasian Here (Stout) ...... 1.80 8.00 Alma B (Fernandes) ... 4 00 Time: I 12 2-3 Clean Broom, Neth- erby. Excitable Mary, The Peer and Social Side also ran FOURTH Purse $4,000, claiming, 5-vear olds and upward, $ furlongs: Mr. Buster (Fernandes) $7.00 $5 00 $3 00 Yaxdererd (MoGulron) .... 14.80 6.80 Air Patrol (Stout) ... . S.iO Time: 1 12 1-5. Donna Boorse, Free Press. Gray Warrior, Ftghtmg Mad, Desert Ruler. Floodtown also ran. FlFTH-j-Ptirse $5,000, allowances, 3 ear old and up, 6 furlongs l.oriot (Brooks) ,, . , . $4 80 $3.t0 $t 60 Usabet (Gilbert) 3.80 $80 Here (Baliaretti) 3.80 T.me: 1 11 3-5. Woodford Sir, Egret-ta. Eagle River, Northern Deb, Agrarian U also ran. SIXTH The Vineland Handicap, purse $23 000 added, 3 year old and up. 1 t-10 miles Bewitch (Brook) ... $4.80 $3 80 $3 00 Ima Comtn (Bawlle) 7.80 5.80 Milhe (Llndbers) , . 4.30 Time: 1 44 3-5 f-Camargo, Roman Candle, Sweet Dream, But Whv Not. Brownian. f-Stole, Harmonica, f-Silver Drift, Allies Pal, Alfoxie Winter Wheat. alo ran f-Field. SEVENTH Purse $3 500. claiming, 4 vear olds and up, U mile: Punrhestewn (Fernandet) $10.4$ $5.40 $4 0 Butler (Claett .... 8.60 8 60iF fSllHham) J 6,60 Time: 1 52 1-5. Chagm. Rogue, Hal-1 narail. Napango, Haleonero also ran i ELGHTH Purse $3,000, claiming. 3 vear old and up. 1 1-16 miles j ferry Pilot (Duff) $18.40 $8 00 $4 80 Town Hoyvr (Gilbert) 4.40 3 0(1 a-Cresson Miss (Uulmone) $60 Time: 1 47. Johie, Storm Hawk, Convicted. Maudeaux, Mis Amelia, a-Nsval Base, also ran a-Mrs H Miles and Colgate Farm entry. vored filly to the wire three-quarters of a length in front of Ima. comin from the Brookfield farm. Hap Price Headleys Lithe waa an other three parts of a length back in third place. Bewitch pait $4.80, $3.80 and $3.00 across the board. She was timed in 1:44 3-5. Fulton Midgets Win Over Eagle Gridders r - -i The Fulton Midgets scored their second grid victory of the season over the Eagles Midgets Saturday afternoon, by a 34-20 score. Captain Jere Miller, hardrunning fullback for the Fulton eleven, sparked his team scoring four touchdowns, one on a 57 yard run. Eddie Kirchner added another six pointer and three extra points for the Fulton lads. Quarterback Johnny Long also contributed to the winners' attack with his fine passing. cials ruled interference on an end zone Pass. The Tjgers took overho jatteraled to Phil Hepner of CAL. TEACHERS PULL UPSET California. Pa., Oct. 15 (flt-Cali-fornia (Pa.) Teachers dropped Slippery Rocks from the undefeated ranks today with a 7-0 upset win. The only score of the game came on a 16-yard pass and a lateral in the first quarter. Don O'Hara passed 16 yards to Fred Shattuck. We Replace Auto Class DIAL 2-0726 Mirrori Resilvered HOWELLS . Lane. Auto Glass & Point Co. 114 S. Queen St TCU WHIPS TEXAS A8.M Fort Worth, Tex., Oct. 15 UP) Texas Christian whipped Texas A. and M. 28-6, mixing passes with, a sputtering ground game for two! touchdowns in the first period and I two more in the third. i EE3ST0HER; MOTOR CO. We Specialise in Ford Service 45 S. Queen St., Lone. DIAL 5986 NEW PARKIN' G LOT I Block OS Ccnwr l. Cor. S. Qatoa ini Vina Sit a punt fumble and the one yard line. John Karras made scored from i Altoona on the goal line. a sensation- r- MORAVIAN SWAMPS HOFSTRA Bethlehem, Pa., Oct. 15UP) Moravian College went through the air and on the ground for 426 yards today for an easy 32-7 football, triumph over Hofstra, of Hempstead, N. Y. George Fitchman paced Moravian, throwing touchdown passes of 15, 15 and 32 yards. Eddie Novo-ci'a7a7 Ran gratz took the first two aerials andl 'ank.. Raider (Stark) r,..,. Tim' 1.49 1-5 Devil Dove, Spark- Deetz grabbed the third. U. Sweep Torch, Duetraiser, Gay Pey. Good Rob. Open Palm, Great OREGON CRUSHES COLORADO Eugene, Ore., Oct. 15 (Pi Oregon crushed the visiting Colorado tied the score 20-20 near the end of football team here today, 42-14, In a brilliant display of breakaway runs. FOOTBALL LANCASTER PRESIDENTS WESTMINSTERS MARYLAND LEAGUE GAME GAME TIME 2:15 P. M. STUMPF FIELD Adults.,..,, 75c Children...... 35c Tax Incl. Bus Service to Field from Square Going Away Is 3rd Laurel, Md., Oct. 15 (P) High Trend, owned by Samuel Greenfield of Baltimore, raced to a two and a half length victory in the $15,000 added Washington handicap s 66 before 17,000 fans here today. Going Away from the Brookmeade Stable, the 3-2 favorite, settled for place three parts of a length ahead of King Ranchs Swap Out. Pilaster finished fourth, Hops, Inei also ran SECOND Pur $2 000. claiming ar olds and up, $ furlong Even Break (Strange) $3.40 $3 00 $2 06ipj' Craekerjark (Dawns) ... 7.40 8 60 olg Dial fifth ana .CnilderiC Sixth VMl DEFEATS RICHMOND Richmond, Va Oct. 15 (A) -Joe Veltris arm was good for two touchdown passes and Virginia Military Institutes forward .wall proved puncture proof today as the Keydets overcame the University of Richmond Spiders, 14-7, before 13,000 fans in City Stadium here. THIRD Purse $2,500, maiden, 2 vear olds, 6 furlong: i HI Pilate (Williams) $6 20 $3 80 $3 20 aja t Vanre The Top (Hanford) . $.80 3 00 Sjrrafoae Lad (Kirk) 4 00 - Time: 1 14 2-5 Relic Gold, Locate. Dnwtv. Bunnv Loch, Prickh, Technical, White Stripe, Cita and Tony B also rm FOURTH Purse $3 500, allowance, 3-ear olds. $ furlongs: and last in the mile and a quarter event. ' High Trend paid $18, $6.20 and $4. Takes Early Lead Ridden by Abelardo De Lara, 39-year-old Cuban rider, High Trend bounced into the lead after a quarter mile and was not headed. The winner, a five-year-old gelding by Jack High, earned a purse of $11,750, by far his largest single pickup of the year and advanced 'Reb.rUom $9.60 ,1 6 ss so his bankroll for 1949 to $49,900. He t Catting Edit (Strange) . 8.80 2 Hi). ; j . a , i i . j Blanked (Kirk) 8 20 Wftft timed 111 2 04 for the 171116 find Time: i 14 l-s Younsturk, Air- a quarter In the 36th renewal of drome, Riskabule, Queen Chatter alsoUjjg stakes fifth Purse w,qoo, eiaimins, s High Trends triumph earns him Ml P ROSS ST. ICHARLS8 E, I.AMlIS, Mns,erAK ' . . TRY IT TODAY SEE IT FOR YOURSELF! Mister,' your first shave with an JE.ersharp-Schick will prove it! Here is ihtting comfort, cower-nience, economy youve never known before! Changes blades iko-maticeUyf Nothing to take apart, puf together, twist or turn . , . and perfect there every time. Buy your Eversharp-Schick todeyl WOKLL S OHir RAZOR WITH AUTOMATIC BlADt CHANGER var olds and up. 1 3-16 nvl Walter Bov (Mitchell) $9.60 $5 20 $2 80 Kin Chatter (Strange) . 8.60 2 80 Mari Egret (Downs) 2.40 Time: 2 00 2-5. Th Barber, Snow Whirl, Storm Bird, Pink Chance, Snow Storm also van. SIXTH The W.shineton Handicap dance of j5 815 an automatic invitation to the Pimlico Special to be run on Oct. 28 at Old Hilltop. The total mutuel handle was $964,675, with an official atten- INJECTOR RAZOR and BLADES 1f4$, Iverttor, Im, purse $15,000 added, 3 year olds and uo, I1 mile Hith Trend (DeLara) $180.0 $6.20 $4 00 Gain Away (Renlck) ... . $.40 2 60 Swap Oat (Down) . . 8 60 Time: 2 04 Bid Dial, Childene, Pilaster alo ran SEVENTH Pura $2,500. claiming 4 vear old md up, 14 miles: Bowerv Hall (Hanford) $5.80 $3 60 $7 80 Monlfleth (Taylor) ... .. 6.00 3.80 a-Rubdu (Downs) 5.60 Time 2 36 2-5 Island Hop, Cork Tip. a-Reno Untried, Sure Count, Rise-To Follow. LimehiU, Rithtseer also ran. a-C cero-Mr Ruhl entrv. EIGHTH Purse $3 400. claimini, 3 vear old and up. 6 furlong: King Mlda (Reialbuto) $9.60 $4 60 $4 20 Briar White (Robertson) ... 10.60 4 80 Golnr Airy (Stark) 2.60 Time 1 13, Reborn. Cock Feather, Bearing Clear, Local Band, Joe Man-dell, Vagrant Cloud, Flaming Lady also ran, EAST STROUDSBURG WINS East Stroudsburg, Pd., Oct. 15 W East Stroudsburg remained among the undefeated college football teams today, chalking up its fourth straight victory with a 28-6 victory over Mansfield Teachers. INSPECTION PARTS Springs Axles Heads Transmissions Rear End, Knee Action Units Door and Windshield Glass Mufflers Tail Pipes Exhaust Pipes King Bolt Sets Starters Generators Radiators and many other parts. Shanks Auto Parts WEST CHESTER, PA. Phone 1617 OKLAHOMA SLAPS KANSAS Norman, Okla., Oct. 15 (F Oklahoma won Its 14th consecutive game here today by slapping Kansas 48-26 before 37,000 Dads Day spectators. The victory opened Oklahoma's defense of its Big Seven Conference football crown. mm&KmJHm i OPENS SUN., OCT. 16 f MAT. 2 P.M. -.-NIGHT I P.M. Skating Men.-Tim.-M. A Sm. S P.M, Matinee Sat.-Snn t Hnkdayf It, wmmnmmiu e(flSHSSSi:ii!ll!Sl!il!31IlSI!I!!!!3!UlIHS!IIHl!I!Ii!!ll!i!!!!liSi!!!!ili.. BIG CAB AUTO BACES SUNDAY, OCT. 16 $ ZELLERS GROVE SPEEDWAY Near Myerstown NEW YORK WASHINGTON mums 1:55 P. M. WGAL-TV CHANNEL 4 Play-by-play Telecaster: RED GRANGK OTHER GAMES TO BE TELEVISED BY SUNOCO Oct. 30 Phila. Eagles v Pitt. Stealers Nov. 13 Phila. Eagles v Wash. Redskins S.. your Sunoco Doaltr for eonv.ni.nt pock.t tchodulM. is Ait our ms schedule and savi it. Nev. 24 Chicago Bears v Detroit Lions Dee. 4 Green Bay Packers v Wash. Redskins HIGH-TEST yS HIGH PRICE- NO G fr (30) J DRIVERS FROM THE PAN-JERSEY AUTO RACING CLUB 1st Race -Adm. $1 2.30 P, M. - tax Incl. ''lII!!ll!l!IIIIIIilllIII!ll!l!!!III!lill!Illlllll!lllll!!!!llli!llillil!ll,; iso) Save up 2$ a other High-test

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