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The Appalachian Trail, a public hikiiix and riding truck. extend* JOUO miles (ruin Maine lu The Daily Register, Harritburg, IllinoJ* Thurwday. October 6. U»55 TFN DOLLARS In this new, voung man's townhat.ihe Bluc-Orev band on deep Jct-Grev felt make its trim lines most heconuni; NN ith 1 .ill apparel m dark shades, [lie harmony is dis- UnctivL 1 Drop n, try it on. Hopkins -- Water R( pellent HATS $7.50 The Main TAILORS-- HATTERS HABERDASHERS on Main St. Harrisburg Meets Mt. Vernon in South 7 Tilt; Herrin Ploys Christopher By I'nited Prect Powerful Harrisburg, one of the luvonles lor the South Seven football crown, takes on surprising Mt Vernon in prep grid play to- moirow night while Herrin, currently leading the limit with a 2-0 mark, nets w h a t should be a breather against Christopher llarrisburg h;i, woti its first three games, w h i l e Mt Vernon came back v , i t h a 58-0 w i n over Albion last w e e k after losing to Herrin a week eailier The I l i i r i i s h u i g Mt Vcnion tilt at l l a n i s b u r g '-· the fourth of an annual Shrmc .series w i t h the first team to w i n I h r e e Dailies the sei les champ Mt \ernon now heilds a 2 I edge Theie's only one other South Seven game besides the tilt at llarrisburg -- M . u u m . ( | West Kraiiklort In nun league play Bei.tem tl a x e l s to F.ldoiado and I ' e n t r a l i a w i l ! he' bus; to M u r p h y s boro Other j ' a n i e s m southern Ilh- LIMESTONE LEM SAYS: "You Can't Judge \ (took li\ ts Coxer." But you can judge q u a l i t y LIME- STO.NF Why a p p l y quality LLMF ( STONF.' '1 he' prirmpal reason v.hy ground LLMFSl'O.NF. is applied lo acid soils is lo make them mores u i t a b l e ' lor (.Towing corn crops. especially a l f a l f a and clovers To be most e t l c c v j v e . it is highly important t h a t LIMF.STONK be of .'noil q u a l i t y It s h o u l d haV c a n i ^ h c . i p . K i t y to ni'Utrult/e soil acids uiid IK- l i n e enough to accomplish t h i s w i t h i n a few .veeks To IK- most eflective, the L I M K - sTO.NF. should contain liberal amounts of m a g n e s i u m , an element lecded bv all f a r m crops SOILS " \ \ H H H AHF. PROPER Y L I M F O U'l'lH A GOOD gl AL TV L l M K s l o N F . need less plios ihate a p p l i e d ! f e r t i l i / e r The ·eax.n beni-; that phosphate n a t u r !h p r e s e n t in acid soils is made ·ne.re a v a i l a b l e to i.rop.s by L I M !NG \ l s n moie of the phosphate pplie'd in the l i i r i n of mari'iiv and ·ommercial t e r u l i / e r remains in an vailable form lot the crop in soils . v h i c h h a v e b e - i n properly limed K ich doll.ir spe'nt fur high q-.iali \ LIMKS'IO.NK w i l l return from vS(K) to M.i (HI Duality LIME T N K w i l l produce b e n e f i t s o\er a period of many year-- R e - l i m m g ·it the rate of 1 or 2 tons per ae.ro m;.v be needed e i n l v every 3 t-) 10 \e'aTs C O L U M B I A A ( J R I ( CI.TI P A L I IMF.STONF. I - top q u a l i t y 1.1MK STONK If is 2 D ' , finer than 200 mesh mvini.' vou more fine powdery I.1MKSTONK. w h i c h will act quicker in neutralizing soil acidity Let: Kwell Harris ( i . i l n t i a I l l i n o i s Ralph Carpenter Kldorado. I l l i n o i s seiunh M.U w i t h COH M B I A 2200 LLMKSTONK ( O L I M H I A Ql'ARRY CO. 1007 Washington Ave. St Louis, Mo. nois: Carbondale at Sparta. Piiick- rieyville at Anna-Jonesboro, Metropolis at Cairo, C'aholua at Me- lA-ansboro, Zeigler at Johnston City, Carmi at Albion and Cleveland High of St. IxtOi.s at Chester. Kasi St Uiuis. a bit farther upstate, stek.s to stretch the state's longest win .streak to 26 games against University High of St. Louis. The Flyers have run up easy wins in three starts so far this year and appear to have a giAid chance for a lourth undefeat id season. High .scoring Colluisville pits its Mr. Inside and Mr. Outside touchdown combination against Edw a r d s ville's undefeated Tigers Friday m one of the top games on the program. Mr Inside i.s halfback Sherwm Whitlow and Mr. Outside i.s 200- pound fullback Al Sonnenberg. F.ach racked up 181 yards in la.st week's 40 12 rout of Granite City F.ach has scored eight touchdowns as the Kahoks flattened their first three opponents. Kdwardsville, however, promises to be anything but a soft touch. The Tigers have amassed 78 points in turning back Granite City. Wood Hiver and Sta union Big 12 Contents Only iwo conference games are on lap in the Big 12 where strong Pekin. with three victories, takes on the Lincoln Railsputters and I'rbana goes after victory' ^ u 4 against Mattoon's Green W a v e Peoria Central, whose 21 game unbeaten streak was cracked last week by Peoria Woodruff, seek-, to get back on the track against city foe Spalding In the Big Eight, defending champion Aurora East goes after its fourth straight win in a conference game against twice-beaten La Salle-Peru. Other encounters have Hock ford East at Elgin. Jol let at Rockford West and Aurora Picking the Grid Winners ! IN THE Sport Parade By OSCAR KRALKV United Presa Sports Writer 1 NEW YOKK (If--Fraley's Follies and the weekend football "win- new"--looking for a load of upset* on the theory that if the Dodgers can win anything can happen. Another powerful storing machine will be on display up north where De Kalb takes on Sterling De Kalb rocked Hall of St.ring Valley by a thumping 74-0 score ';.st week for its third victiry. The Barbs have scored 132 point-, to t; for their opposition Pana's Panthers, terrors ol the Mid State I onference. b u m p head- on into Shelby ville, last year's champ and still strong. Sholby- ville bounced back to two impre- -ive w i n s over Effmgham and V a n d a l i a a f t e r being surprised by Sulliv an in its opener Pana has been scored on only once in racking up three victories Advance Sale Tickets Available to Shrine Game Friday Night The Egyptian Shnnc club tod i;. ^cminded football fans that advance' sale tickets to the Shi me football game at Taylor Field tomorrow night between H.'srusbur;; and MI Vcrnon are available at the Athletic House and at Skaviga pharmacy Advance sale price .md uate price is the same and mm h waiting can be eliminated it people buv their tickets in advance, it v.as pointed out Game time is 7 30 i m MIDWAY AAARKET 520 S. Granger YOUR U.B.C. STORE BLUE BELL -- 3 - 4 LB. PIECE SLAB BACON - 39c U. S. GRADED GOOD -- ALL CUTS Chuck Roast LB. 43c BLUE BELL -- SLICED OR PIECE BOLOGNA Ll). 39c FRESH -- MEATY SPARE RIBS LB. 39c LEAN -- MEATY STEW BEEF LB. 19c U. S. GRADED BEEF STEAK LB. 59c ·LUI IELL -- PKG. WIENERS LB. 43c Michigan--The cadets haven't been tested yet and thin { is a rough Michigan team. But l if Army can handle the pass re-! ceiver*--a big "if--the West Point | line ran make a winning differ-' ence , Pitt over Navy--The Panthers and the Middies have ' desire. It should be a bruising contest with the outcome depending on the way the ball bounces. Miami over Notre Da me--The Irish h.v.c been a pleasant sur- ' prise but M i a m i has been pointing Missouri over SMII--This is a dab with a lot of grit and prom i^e. Maybe they won't win, but they'll take a lot of beating Stanford over M i c h i g a n Stale-This is another surprise club and the Spartans, w h i l e solid, aren't w h a t they u - c i l t-i be The Fast Princeton o v e r Penn--So that makes six lowers Yale o v e r Colun.bia- And one w inner H a r v a r d o 1 .e r Cornel! -- You n e v e r can tell Also BO-.IOII ( ullev'e- over \illa n o v a S y r a c j e o v e i U i-ton I m \ Tsity Dart.'n m t h o v e r Brown. Lettish OV.T Bui knell and Kut»;ers ove-i M u h l e n b e r ; The Midwest Wisconsin o v e r Pin clue- -- Big threat of the Big Ten Ohio State o v e r Illmoi- -- But t h e y ' l l h a v e t » " o Iowa over Indiana--Back on the rails Also Kansas over Iowa State. Marquette over Kansas State, Texas Aggies over Nebraska, Minnesota over Northwestern. Houston over Detroit. Oklahoma Aggies over \\ ichitu and Cincinnati over Xavici The West Southerti C a l i f o r n i a o v « i Vvash mjiton--Wuh u hey and a noriny UCLA over Oregon State--Dcn't s e l l 'e-m short on M a r y l a n d California o v e r \ \ a s h i n g t o n S t a t e -- Hugged ball game Also: C'OP over Idaho, t'tah over Bngham ^ o u n g . Wyoming over Colorado .%,.».ies, Denver over Mon t a n a ami U t a h State o v e r New Mexico The South M a r y l a n d o v e r Wake Forest -Without a dee p breath Tl (' o v u A l a b a m a -- A t low title Geoi'i'.ia l e c h o ' e r LSI --The Also M i s s i s s i p p i o v e r \ a n d e r bill. V i - ^ i s s i p p i s t a t " o v e r T u l a n c , Penn State over Virginia, Auburn over Kentu.-ky, Tennessee over ''hattanooea ( m a y b e ) Georgia o v e r North Ca' i l i n a . \\est Vir- t'lina over \ Ml. Duke o v e r W M, Florida o v e r G W . and South Carolina over Furinan The Southwest Oklahoma over Texas--But they might surprise Rice over Clemson -- Another rough one Baylor o v e r Arkansas--But it's y o u r money A!se: Arizona o v e r West Texas st ttf- and Texas Tech over Texas Western. Actress to Wed Yankees' Andy Carey HOLLYWOOD i f -- A c t r e s s Lucy Marlow and New York Yankees thin) b a s e m a n Andy Carey w i l l be m a r r i e d t o n i g h t and !ea\ i 1 im m e d i a t e l y oti a h o n c ' v m o o n t r i p to J a p a n u i l h the- ti.i r!;ill li a m Annual High School Guest Day Oct. /5 At SIU Grid Game CARBONDALE, in -Southern Illinois university i.s offering hundreds of free tickets to the Southern-Eastern football game on Guest Day, Oct. 15. Free, that is. if you're a high school junior or senior in one of the state's southern counties. ! Invitations to SlU's annual High I School Guest Day, which offers l other entertainment besides foot ball, have been sent to 176 schools, according to Miss Lois Harris, of ' . a junior at Southern who PUBLIC SALE I, Mae- H i c h a t d s o t i . vull sell at p u b l i c auction t h e f e i l l o w i n g househol. 1 l u r n i t u r e and per- -.oiial property at my home lo- ·ntcd 5 1 2 n u i e s Wo.-t ol Har- r^liurg, Illinoi.s, on tin 1 old liar- .·o Hoael. or 1 2 mile 1 South ol Bankston C h u r c h in the Bank ston C o m m i i n i t x . eir 1 2 mile 1 North o! State R o u t e 1H. on Sal u i c l . i y . Ocicibe r H. lll.'i.'). bc-j'in t 1 o doe k 2 p i C v e 1 l i v i n 1 ; loom ' l i l l e lie'd s ( i ' , elc'sk alul e hall'. I rosle y r a d i o , 2 v(...lnul ( h a i l - , a n t i i ' l i e t ie k i l . ma;' i / i n e l ae k e o a l heat ·r - m a l l r o e l.i'i \ l n \ t . i c w a - h t r 1 st, , I e . i l t i . ' r , 2 k i t i h e - t i ta Me s h i u h e h i l l . le e t l i n o i l . ironnu', b o n d , lul ot pots palls, lishe" and f l i n t j a i s 2 ' d e v i l looi's lot ot w i n d o w s lii^ e hail lot ol w i c ' c k n i K l.»s .lixl oil ban els. 2 axe-s. H h a n d saws, ·loss c u t saws, lai ;e' s|iep bench w i t h d r a w e r s lol ol p l a l e vlass, ill si/i'.s o u t b o a i d m n i c i i . gar Ion plow :ind gai-len tools, 2 scoop shove'ls, lot ot lumbor. lot f bolts, wrenches, .stec'l brushes, lot of hammers, some copper. 1") disc blades, w e l d i n g hose 1 Olhor Article'-; Too Numerous to Mention. TVrim of Sale: Tush. Not T\j»,spon.sible for Accidents. MAE RICHARDSON, Owner. F.ndsley Bros . Auctioneers HarrisbiirK. Illinois Tol. Co 22KS or 42F:! The Student Council will play host to the hundreds of young visitors, who Mill begin registering at the Student 1'iuon at 1 p. m. Registration is important because that's when official name tags-good for free admission to the Same--will be distributed. Following an informal variety show at Shryoek Auditorium, the high sihcxil upperclassmen will be guided on tours of the campus by SIC students A "chat and snack" hour is scheduled for 3 30 to 5 p. m. on the terrace at Wood Hall. During the dinner hour free movie.s w i l l be shown at Shryoek and facilities at the Student Cnion will be reserved for visitors. The students will assemble in a special section at McAndrew; Stadium at 7:30 p. m. to await the opening kick-off of the game Slight Columbia Back Leads in Grid Offense NEW YORK IP) -- Little Claude lienham of Columbia, who ran and passed for a total of 239 yards in the Lions' 20-7 loss to Princeton last Saturday, is the nation's total otiense and forward passing lead- ei Benham, who stands five-eight arid weighs only 160 pounds, leads the nation's major college footballers v.ith 397 yards gained on ti9 plays And his 59 pass attempts and 27 completions also are high for the season thus far, according tei official NCAA Service Bureau statistics released texlay All thih he has accomplished in only two names, while most of his rivals h a v e played three games. Georgia's Dick Young is the runner-up in total yards wuh 2118 in three 1 pa mi's, and Bill Beagle ol Dartmouth is one behind Bunham in p;iss completions m the tossing competition A Durable Player On te.p eil his sterling perform- a n c e s to d a t e , Benham has proveel lo be cjuile d u i a b l e . much like D a v e y O'Brien, another small man who passed and ran to fame with TPTHS Christian 18 yeirs ago. O'Brien set the modern ree-ord for a t t a c k i n g stamin:i. averaging 40 tushes or passes per yame and Bcnham is jusl one behind that m a r k w ith 79 attempts. A i t Luppino ol Arizona, w h o never passes, has reclaimed the r u s h i n g leadership he held all but one week last year In three game's he has netted ;«! y a r d s , picking up 12i) y a n l s last Saturday in Hi trys a g a m M Idaho .lim S w i n k of Texas Christum. List week's leader, is second this week w i t h :i45 y a r d s Joe' Clements eif Tcvas. last w i e k s total oflciise . nd passing leader, h a s t u m b l e d .ill t h e w a y t o s e v e n t h a n d f i l t h , r e s p e c t i v e l y Clements v, ho M i f f c i c d .1 head in j u r y , w.i- sidelined last Fuday a f t e r only t w e i p l a y s a g a i n s t South cm C a l i f o r n i a Pajae zkowski Top Carrier F u l l b a c k I'.ill T.irr ol Stanford is t h i r d in iiishui. 1 w i t h 28'J v a r e l s . w h i l e F i . i n k P a j a i / k o w s k i ol Rich morul. is the most p i o t i c i e n t car riei h . i v i n g picked up 2111 y a r i l s in only I'i! try s N'H'k Ceinselc's o) W a k e Forest. the 1 n a t i o n s t h i r d top p a s s e r re m a m s the lone p ! a \ c r to pass ltd o r m u l e time's w i t h o u t a n i n t e r c e p t l e m He- has h i t on 25 ol 40 a t t e m p t s In o t h e r d e p a r t m e n t s J o h n Stew a r t o f S t a n f o r d , w h o made t w o catches a g a i n s t Ohio S t a t e , leads in pass r e c e i v i n g . M i l l S c h m i d t of P i t t s b u r g h I s t h e ' k i c k i t l i . l e a d e i w i t h a ."! 2 a v c i a g c . and S w i n k a n ' l J o n \ r n e t t o l S o u t h e i n C a l l l o i m . i a t e t h e i i i ( l i v i l u a l -i leaders w i t h 44 points each Eldorado High This Week End ' Senior Class Ploy, Queen Coronation, Grid Gam* Included ! This is homecoming weekend at Eldorado Township high school 'Activities got underway this after noon and will climax with the Ben ton-at Eldorado football game Friday night. · Included on the homecoming pro gram are two presentations of the Senior class play. "Desperate Ambrose," coronation of the Home 'coming Queen, the homecoming i parade and the grid contest The Kldorado lootball players have been working hard all week 'for the game w i t h Benton After winning their firs «l Giants Begin Rebuilding as ion lo burg last Friday The F.agle.s hope to regain their w i n n i n g w a y s to morrow night Kagle Coach Al Adam-, has been working w i t h a different defensive combination this week in an ef fort to bolster the middle of his line. Laffoon, who has been p l a y - ing as a linebacker, has been m o v ed into the line. Lovellette has moved from end to tackle, and Chandler, a line backer in early games, has shifted to end Phelps v. ill take over one linebacker spot and several others h a v e been teaming with Phelps on lineback- mg duties Who v.ill d r a w the n signment hasn't been announced To date Benton has won t*o and lost one la the season opener Benton won from Carnu 21 14. The following week Benton dropped a 120 game to Centralia and then last Friday Benton dropped Marion 37 0 The t w o day homecoming program started this afternoon when the Senior play was given for grade and high school students and this evening there will be another performance Following tonight's show the homecoming queen will be announced with coronatiou ceremon ies announced for 9'30 Candidates Ziegler Breaks Wrist in Bull Dog Practice Session NF.W YORK W -- Skinny Billy Higney makes his official debut as manager of the New York Giants totlay. but last year's world champions already have started their rebuildiriK program. They began by calling up seven players from their f a r m system. inHuding the "nujst valuable p l a y - ei" in the Texas League--and by , tralmg Kanee Pless. "most valu- · able player" in the American Association, lo the Kansas City A's for first baseman Don Bollweg and $35.000 Kigney who managed Minneapolis to the Litile World Series championship, was expected to announce the names ol his coaches late today. Reportedly Ray Mueller, former major-league catcher who was a coach under Rigney at Minneapolis, has an in-ide track lor one of these jobs T h e bin batch ol p l a y e r s called up by the Giants included lour catchers. One ol the backstops is Ray M u r r a y , 35 year-old lormer major leaguer who was named the "most valuable player' in the Texas League The other catchers are Leonard Jackson of Dallas, Wilburn Jenkins from Sioux City, and Bob Schmidt from Damillc Others called up were shortstop Eddie Brtssoud of Minneapolis, pitcher Dom Zanm from Sioux C i t y , and lormer Gianl outfielder George Wilson from Minneapolis. yonlree* to Leave far Trip to Japan NEW YOKK IP Th.« New York Yankees--minus Phil U:/i.ilo. Joe Collins. Gary Coleiuan a: Tom Carroll--leave by plane Saturday on the first leg ol tV.r trii l'» Japan Players who left New Yoik immediately aft.-r the World Series will rejoin the squa.l e.ther at C h i cago ctr San Franciscei GRAND Air Conditioned for Your Comfort Tonite 6 p. m. ' I h e Harri.sburg H u l l Dugs Mil fered t h e i r t i r s t serious m u m ol Ihe season in vesterday's pract ···· session w h e n J o h n X i e - g l c r one «.i t h e m a i n s t a y s s u l l e r e d a b l u k i ' l i w r i s t X i e g l e r a r e g u l a r l i n e b a c k e r and No L! f u l l h . ' u ' k . seislaini'd a had break ol his lelt w r i s l w h e n l.u'k led w h i l e c a r r y i n g the' hall in scrimmage He was t a k e n ' « i a local h e i s m t a l . where the be.ne v.as set It was certain t h a t Zieglor. son of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Logsdcn e)f this c i t y , will be- lost to the 'ram for the season. Young Xiegler IK a junior in school Phillies Sell Hurler Bob Kuxava P H I L A D F . L P H I A IP-The Phila .lelphi.i Phillies announced today Ihe sale- of southpaw pitcher Bob K u x a v a to the Columbus Jets of the International league and the outright release «f utility man Peanuts Lowrey and first baseman Eddie Waitkus Kurava had a 10 record w i t h the Phillies last season Lowrey hatted 18S in .V» games while Waitkus. signed as a free agent Into in the season, hit 280 in 33 l games. Justice. Linda Sontra. Janice button and r a y c W i l liams 'Ihe homecoming parade will start at 2 p m Friday afternoon and the ball game is scheduled for 7 3d p. in Bucky Harris Signs To Manage Tigers For Another Year D K T R O I T IP-Buck;. H a r r i s today was name"! m a n a g e r of the Detroit Tigers for another year, despite uncettamty about the future ownership of the club Harris signed a contract to m a n age the Timers thiough rJ5c. w i t h Spike- Krlgas. current Tiger president who may not be around when Harris starts his new term as manager Briggs is head of a syndicate seeking to buy his sisters' control of the Tigers and B r i n g s S t j d i u m in order to p r e v e n t Ihe club from being sold w h e n a holding comp a n v which now c o n t i o ' s i is ( )is solved His f i r s t bid. e s t i m a t e el at three million dollars ua-. t i n n e d d o w n by his four s i s t e r * w h o share equally w i t h h i m in t h e h o i , l i n g company H a r r i s took o v e r t h e ' n ri* of the T i m e r s l a s t y e a r s i u c c e - e l m , . Fred die Hiitchmson w h o q u i t lie c a u s e Bnggs refused h i s iec;ue' t tor a t w o y ear contract Hall, Butler to Debate at State C. of C. Meeting ( H1CAGO II' The n a t i o n a l c h a i r men of the' R e p u b l i c a n and Demo c r a t i c parties w i l l t a n g l e in w h a t is hilled as a "no holds barred" debate on t h e !!»."( political cam puign here next w e e k The I l l i n o i s C h a m b e r of Cum mcrce s.uel GOP ( h a i r m a n Leon are! \V H a l l and D e - m o c r a t i c C h a i r man P a u l M l . u t l e r had agreed to a p p e a r b e f o r e t h e ' C n a m b e r ' s a n n u a l m e - e l i n g hei e Ocl 11 H a l l a n d B u t l c - r each w i l l g i v e his v i e . v s em "A P o l i t i c a l P r e v i e w of l!)."» " The' c h a m b e r said the debate w i l l be a "rapid f.re- 'no holds barred' match between the- top r a n k i n g 'pros' ef the political league 1 The Hall Bullet debate' at Ihe c h a m b e r ' s a n n u a l banquet w i l l e l i max a two day a n n u a l meeting e\ nee ted to a t t r a c t 3 ODO nit inbt r*- from all p a r t s ot Illinois Renew Demands Plane Feared Crashed; 64 Persons Aboard D E N V E R -if--A pilot today ra clioed he thought he had spotted ine wreckage of a missing United Air Lines DC4 with 64 persons aboard on 11.162-foot Elk Mountain 22 miloi east of Rawhns. Wyo.. but later said he would not determine whether the plane had crushed or was flying below him The report was radioed by a pilot e»l a Western Air Lines flight elm- to arrive in Cheyenne, Wyo . about 11 40 a. m MST. The report was radioed bv a pilot of a Western Air Lines flight due to arrive in Cheyenne. W v o . about 11.40 a m MST. The sighting was on the route the mi.-smg plane would have tak en on its flight from Denver to Salt Lake City A \\estcrn Air Lines spokesman said the pilot at first reported he had sighted the wreckage and later said by radio that he decided the plane was f l y i n g at the time However. United Air Lines at Denver said it had no DC4s in that area The pilot definitely identified the plane he saw as a United Air ' Lines DC4. The plane-, w h i c h took off from here for Salt Lake City at 6.33 a m MST 17 3.1 u m CST) was air coach l u g h t No 409 which had originated Wednesday night at New York City It e v e n t u a l destination was San Franei-co Lnitecl Air Lines said the plane had not rcporti'd in by radio at its c u - t o m a r v c h e i k point over Rock Springs. Wyo on H ^ f l i g h t to Salt Lake- ( i t y 'Ihe 44th \ . r I-orce R c ' s c i i ' Squadron at L o w r y \ i r Force base' i m m e d i a t e l y d i s p a t c h e d t w o S\1H a m p h i b i a n s e a r c h planes to c o v e r Ihe rout. 1 the m i s s i n g plane' w o u l i h a v e 1 t a k e n 'Ihe A n Force » a i d f o u r more p l a n e s w o u l d be '-e^nt into t n e 1 - e a r i h immediate!' For Uniyersal Training Plan WASHINGTON IP -- F a i l u r e ol y o u t h s to voltntect for the a d m i n ^ration's now six-month m i l i t a r y t i a i n m g plan set eift renewed dc m a n d s lod.iv for seimi' f o r m of u n i v e i s . i l m i l i l a r \ t i . l i n i n g Seaborn P. Collins. national c o m m a n d e r of the A m e r i c a n Leg ion. said Wednesdav m M i a m i Fla . t h a t "obviouslv ' the 1 a d m i n i - t r a t K M i s l e s e i v e t i . n n i n , ; p i o g r a m i^ a f a i l u r e * only !()';« v o u l l i s signed up foi :he lirsl month ot the nrw si\ month plan which started t i n week T h e A r m y ' s quota calls l r 10,00(1 ,1 month, for a tot.il ol !fi).noo b\ tho end of ne'xt .lunr "If this proKi.un w o n ' t ge't tin 1 job done then the Legion w i l l re-c ommend .1 sironger compuNeiry t r a i n i n g n e t . ' Collins said Tests show that frequent r u ' t i n g of h»ir will not cautie it to grow faster or thicker. 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