The Daily Register from Harrisburg, Illinois on October 12, 1955 · Page 7
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UlMis, MJiwwofi lo ConUoue Gridta Rivalry Whkh BUM hi fey 9T$ rliAMI»AU;N. Ill -- Illinois i ml they surprised the Kreat "Red" Minnesota, foes in Memorial S t a - , (iranjje and his teammates lor · i l i u m here ne\t Saturday :ilter 20-7 upset noon, will continue Hi Kndiron rival t | The m» Him, victory e-'ablished ry which beKan in the "(.ay 90s AU . X AK1S4 . as , ji;,, lOJN . ,,,, and has produced some of coJJe ,,,,,,,. Krea(s rht . ,,,, u d riate footballs most eKcllinx con t . orod , w o of Ullnoi*' three touch e*ls. three majj.r u,«e s have down* ,,, a ^,3 , \° f lw«'n rrriirdeil in 22 usnu-k lulusi-n It;.. ..i.... . .. ... . . lM-en recorded in 22 name* between the tvto HIK Ten rivals . Illinois authored ( M O hi?, stir prises in the series. Uie t i r - t in ' 1'Jlti, and the seconl in 1!M2 when , a young tejm defeated Minnesota's i dcefndmjj nation;)! champions in i Hay Klmt's l i r ^ t Western Confer ' i-nee coaching a s s i g n m e n t The Co l-hoi's had their dav in 1921. w h e n sidelines to scoi .iiiTne ball in Mi STARLITE DRIVE-IN THEATRE OB Root* 45 Beti Harriabarff and Eldorado Show SJarts Kach Night at (:.'tO p. m. Tonight -- Thursday TREASURE ' OF RUBY HILLS ^ AND RUN FOR msum COVER his plays still rates antonx favorite tonic i M henever talk turns to foot ball AdtUed u Stay Home a n i m a t e s K a v Florck and ap helped bl'inx d o w n Minnesota's AH American Hill Da ev i»!i his u . \ n 3 : V v a r i t line. A^a^e lnle Ihe ball from the n e a t half lm-k', a r m s anil raced d o w n the ire Later he fell M i n n e s o t a ' s end /one (or the w i n n i n g t o u c h d o w n K i n : / 1.-ii'diiei ni t i n - Chicago Tri bunc a d v i s e d the lllii 11,nil to , ' - . l a v 'u Chicaj.'o. ;jo to a shn .\ . :iiid h a v e a Kiwd time" instead of ' n v . i d i i u ; M i n n e a p o l i s 'liie Coph '·: · rti.'i' termed the perU-ct t e a m I hcv h a d n ' t -cored I i · -, t h a n -1M ,Hinl . in a n y of their l i r - t f i v e I l l i n o i - , v.nicn had lost t u o -·aine--. ruse to height-, for t w o liiick I'liichdoVMis in the fir-,1 per aid a» t'.ipt U a r t Macumlier pluiiK .·d a fool and l i e y n i!d Kr.ilt r o m p ed .,1) v i i n l - - v . i l i i .ifi interceptfd [)a^·· M a c s i r n b e r added both j x n n l s and held off rep'.-atcd (iopher threats w i t h s u p e r l a t i v e p u n t i n g a.s Illinois won 14 y An umpired t hi cayn ne-.vspupev d e - k m a n wrote "Hold on Ti^ht U hi n N'oii Head This:" There ha-, been a host of spectacular doings in the Illinois Minnesota series The t n - t ineetinx. in 181*8 at \lin;n-a|K)lis w a s on a !).Vyard field. Aft'.-r a team c r u s t ed t.'ie ^oal line, it bad to «n back and make an extra l i v e v u r d s lor a taiuhliou Ii. I!liru u a n t h a i y line. II 10. c h u - f l y because Coach Fred .-.rnilli .-enl li:dent manager K. J ll.li; b j l k o.il to bliv \\oolen M'o'.es f . i r 1'is |'':i; er-. i i 'Ac;'r in f r e e / i n j ; v \ . a t n i - i . (·o^ihrr .Mastery ;;:;drd thro.itih 19!'J l.ui in Lull Z u j . p k e ' s socoiiJ .-.OS on a- lo.ic:'. Ijl-i. lliirn ended tlie Liui'hei n , a - t e r bv w i n - 9n (Juest Night--hriti« your quests free--pay for first 2 adults in each car--all others free. Come out to the Beautiful Starlite. It's a delightful time of year for outdoor movies. HI E. E. LEDFORD Justice of the Peace. Notary Put.lie. Real Estate Itroker. Km. 10. Fir-t National Hank Hldg. Marriage Ceremonies Performed Don Scott Abstract and Title Company Local .\£-!i!. Chicago Title Trust C». Title Cii.irantce Policies Riiom 703 Harrisbur? N.-t'I. I'.ank BIilR. Insurance darker Miiey INSl R A N C H A f J E N C Y etice t i t l e Mliu;i-.-otu c bana loaded lor n v en but settled for a ti tj tie. lor-.e in ad lock in the series In 19iy. H a l p h Fletcher, current Illmi b.u kf ield coach, kicked a :i4- yard field »oal and point ;ifter brother Hob Fletcher's tonchdir.vn for a It' ii l i ! i n o : v i c t o r v . He k i c k ed another f i e l d _;oai in 1!'20. and it v.as combined u ith t .' o scoring pusses f r o m Lawrence V t a l q - . n - i to Chuck Carney for a 177 w i n It w a s a g a i n s t M i n n e s o t a t ' l a t K l i o t ' s ly":t t e a m p r o v e d i t s e l f a top r a n k c o n t e n d e r :..;i;cr t h a n a "o,ie g a m e w o n d e r " A 2~ 7 de u.-ion h i ' I f n - f i m o v e t h e Va,-o'.ine B a l e - " t e a m t ) a ',c for the con fercnc' 1 c r o w n Miss Chadwick Sets Record in Channel Swim D O V E K . K n x i a n i l ;·-- 1 I ' l i a d v v i c k r l an a l l - t : : n e 1'. t i i - K r a n c e s - u i m n n r , . ; i e i o : - l an o f f i c i a l o b s e r v e r of I h i - ( S w i m m i n g A - , ; i rei'-oited Mrs K a v i l-.i'.'.. t h e o l reported the coi r e d e d t i i m ' ';:ad-A ,ck s\\ .111 a e r o t h.u.n. I. u as !.', h o u i i l t e s . ,... Inch ,' ,i I I : t . ' l a n I h e men'-, reco b v U i l l I'u-ki s i i u A . i . A c c o r d i h f , to an ea c l o c k i n g , t h e a t t r a c t i v tml.,;. i f c . * \ i i » i . r v i i i L ; . n n . o i : * l ( , i ^ i . ) . i \ t , l ] DR. D. A. LEHMAN San Kie-o. C.d.f . n i e r m a i d " mi EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT Glasses Fitted 206 North Vine S A I. I N K CO!* NT Y C R K D I T BUREAU CREIHT REPORTS COM KCTION SERVICE I N V E S T I G A T I O N S Pruett K u i l d i n K Phone C73 THOS. D. GREGG Gradu.-ite 'T'l Reuistered ( i p t o m e t r i s t Second Floor Gregg Bldf. Phones 72 XV or 2B5-R For Appoiotment thre-. b e a t i n g I ' l c k e r u i - ' m i n u t e s But M r s l.a.v - a i d t h a t M i s s C h a d i \ i c k bewail h e r s w i m f m n i St M a r u . i r e t ' s on t i n Dover C I M * ' at 10:2J a. m T u e s d a y and r e a c l u - I the French s h o i i - at I L ' . I S . ;;i tod.nv "The o f f i c i a l t i t i u - .- 1.1 h o u r s 55 m i n u t e s and t h i s u ; l ! be p'.il I ·.· fore the a s s o c i a t i o n . " Mrs I..TA said. Miss ClKidwick set t ; i i even though she w a s forced to her u a v t h r o u g h a school of f i . - h off tile FreiKi: coast The t h i c k c o a t - i l K of ; .'c.i in e a r l y v. n i n off and p t ' i . v i d e protection a^allist the j e l l v But slu loiiunt on and cliiiilu'd o it onto the French shore, s h a k m . . vMth cold and covered w i t h s t i n t s "1 t h i n k I ' l l quit the c h a n n e l now and do Lake Ontario ne\t year ll is t i m e somelmdy xot t h a t record buck for the I'nited S t a t e s . " she said rk h! PUBLIC AUCTION I. I.con (Cotton) Davis, having decide dto quit the grocery business, w i l l sell at public auction my entire stock of Urocer ies to the highest bidder. All of my merchandise is new stock and every day merchandise, all standard merchandise. It consists of canned Hoods, tobacco, cosmetics, dry Roods, meats, e i i . . at my present location known as the Hi U.' Market. 7 miles South of Harrfaburn, Illinois or on tatr Route 34, or .it the intersection of Stale Route 34 and I ): at M i t c h e l l s v i l l i . Illinois, on Friday and Saturday, October 1 4 - 1 5 , 1955 at 7 o'clock p. m. Come and buy your grin-cries cheap. Terms of sale: Cash. Not responsible for accidents. Leon (Cotton) Davis, Own«r Endnlfy Bros. »n4 John Emkfey Jr., Auctioneers Harrisbure, Illinois Telephone Co. 22 F.I or 42 J 3 Herman Driskell, Clerk By BILL MELTON It jiist doesn't pay to leave a ball name until the f i n a l whistle has .sounded No telling w h a t w i l l happen in the closinx minutes, or sei-'Mids l.a-l Kriil.iy nijjht Marion scored "lie upset nl ihe v e a r bv defeatmc Wi-{ l-'ra-iklort 1B-13 The vvmninK TI) came w i i h l«-ss than three niin- u t e , nl the name vet lo IK' played Marion f a n s had tbeen u a i t i m - lor t b i - v i c t o r y lor 21 years. And lol s o| them w h o went to the xame .Ir.'n I si-c the TI made They K'»l ;n a h u r r y and lelt the field w i t h ihlee n i i n u t e s lelt Then it hap fw ni I' Tin- Marion D a i l y Hepublican t o i ill 1,'ie v.aiin- s t a t e s t h a t in ;9:i4 M a r i o n won Iroin We.-i 1-ianklort iv.o. KOI- the next man', \ e a r s M a r i o n w a s the loser. The l i e p u b l i c a n story also .states i h a t v, ith three m i n u t e s to bi i/l.ived and West 1 r a n k l o r t in control of the b a l l , it looked like the "old. old M u r v . " so m a n y f a n s hi .ided lor t h e e x i t s Then M a r ion ic,·.,vcrcd a t u m b l e a::d Joe (iiiiley, l u l l b u c k , romped lor a TD t h a i meant v i c t o r y Hi;]_v one nice t h m u about f a n s l e a v i n g .1 i n o t b a l l Hame early As a r u l e lln^e l e a v i n g don't obstruct t ' u - \ii-i-. ui those . s l a v i n g Not m a n y lootball f i e l d s are equipped w i t h sullicient seating and taris stand alon^ the sidelines. When they leave no one is particular!;, bothered. in b a - k i t b a l l it , d i t u - l e n l Ibo.se li-mai.'ilriL; in t h e i r s e a ; , h.'-ve t.-u-ir t i ' e , - l e p p e f l ,i;i aii-.l v i . - u bl'jcki d b t h u . e t h a t ' j . i - t C . i l l ' l \'. . l i t . " I h e Hi .-itiiii !;.oi'.:iis i . \ r , e c t t - : h a . . - I n e i i i . ; u - ( i in . h i r i L - ( i . i ' h a i l : . I n d . - t t e . b.u-r. 1:1 ; ;-ii!;ii t h i s \ieei. i-nd, a t least t . i r p a r t t i m e ! ; : ! . r ' l i - . a - t i e , a h a r d eharj.' ill; 1 , l i n e i ; : ' - k ' - r i.. t \ e a r . was e x i i ( - c t ( ! ." t!r. e tin- Hangers jots i t pi , v e r r u n i i r i . t h i s season, bur ,m,|, i '-vent an i riu r t;ein.. a p p t - n d i - f t i i i i i .:iist bi r . i r e tne M-he:lule : t J l t e - l He .'.a, in u n i d j r r i i j i t K i d i i r a O o l - r H , i . iiut d - d i i ' t p!:..\ K a n " e i ' C- a I, |{-,!|,h 1):,...,,:, ' s t a t e d 'he .' 1- i. , t s t - ( . action t h i s comiiu' !'r; ( l a v Keith U h i t ' e r K l d n r a d o b a s k ( i b a l l c a p t a i n during the 1954-a.l sea- ' · M is a s t i i i i e n t a t M u r r a y S t a t e ( · · · l ! i - - e t i i j s \ , a r . W h i t l e r l.-jd « n x m a i l v p i a n n e o ;., e.-.tcr S I C but at the i a s t m i n u t e cha.i^ed his In.-* m i n d and i nrolleil at M u r r a v . He stated Friday e v e n i n g t h e r e \ ere l o t , nl hu'h ,choo] ca::e s t a r , a t M u t i a ; . .'!- I r i ' s h n i e n . but tie (KM! 'iop. s el m a k i n g the \ e a r l i - m .-quad r ! H : s MAY l.\ 1 I. I. I N (, | s Si'i'iiriS H i S T ' i H Y . i v . e n t ^ Y e a t - *·:" Ocl 12. l')'i.-, -- Cojch Boh X i ' l i ; - ! . - ' m \ . i l i - l t h e ' t i e a l i i c k e . " ··'·'· *'· ' · ' ' : - . d W!|M.I li.iel. " ,-,|| I ; ^ ' ; W ' i c i i i . . r t i ! ! t . : . i ' : i - | , , r f. . , ; ; , . . ( ! !'··"- "·· - ' ' i i i ( a' !i ,| ;ii-i'il a tour!] · ' o w n a - l . ! m o i . - f . o e k e i l S o i i t n - MI 1 ' a l i l o n . i a !:i I , n ),, |,..e .-,n , N ) ; , ; n l.os .-\!'-..el." ( ' ( liit'iiin Knd isen N e l s o n h i , ··:·:{ \·,.. , 'rr,,|, i ; , p u r : N ·'"'I - i ' · ed one t o i c h d n v \ !i on a ! ! -'^ w h i l e J o h n Theodore. |!.ib- in - . i , . \ e . l . m v e l l S f i i i r - : e o n . a n d Wib H e n r y u n c o r k e d X u p ' s n e \ . , s| s ' r a t a ^ . - i i " . | , - r tl.e ,.(|i. i '.;· . T I ) s J a c k , , , l i o h i ' i . , , : , h a seen i . : ; , ! i \ 'A' ; Id's S ' - r i P s '.-an-.e-, i r o i n n , ; ; l ; \ a m ' l e s . w h i l e p l a y i n g in t h e m T h e Sporting N e w s p o i n t s o;it t h a t J a c k i e p'.i\ ed f i r ! ha ·· in ( h e ;'.M7 Si l i e - , second base m Die '.'·'· . i : i d lU.'i2 c l a r i e s , l e l t i i e i d n: the 111.'.., - a i n e - and t h i r d ba e t i n - w a i '' - : r i ; . o n · t h i n l - - t h . ; t l ' i . , i , k I - ' " ' a p j i o i a i n u n t .is t h , . u,...i. l - ' e n e r . i l M i a n . , . c r e! || :( . s,; | . i , u : . s ' a r d m ; . ; 1 ' i i ^ l i t m e a n a - \'. i i d i m ' ' " i f . i ' . - - 1 -r the g r e n t s t a r s Sl.,n M I I ^ M ! a n d lied S c l v i c n d i e n * ; . l i a ' i r l e a f s a r e u n g r o u n d e d . I a n e M" '' 'd Hi 'l;!e .Sportlllf; N e v - · · ' ' ! " M i i s i a l ,,nd Sell..end:, ,, ; · "' l i i e k i n d ' i t p l a y e r s y o-.i d o n ' t ; 11. e . ,\ ay r . i r . i n v t l u i i L . ' Thi '. :e ii.e l.ind v i m v i U r.i-ike n " i.,b -o n i n e ! ' e a s i e r ' Carrier Mills Kroger Store Selected Tops In Smaller Group ' " '·'" · .' - t - . e .:. . . , , ,, , ^ : ' · ' · - h, . ! · - e l i i !e.| . , , I ! - · i , , ; , ! ; '"'-' · I ' ' ' · i" :·'.·· s i i . a l l e i ' . . ' , . '-'""I 1 "' all - I . , ! e s ,11 the C.,i h o n d a l e h r a l i c h . P e i s o d t i e l ol the store. M a n a ' er ')"" "·!· i'-. Mo.i ( apel and K \ c v t t I S - ' I ' M . I a\ e been pre i nted w i t h 1 I ' - c t r u - i a . h . . clock c o m b i n a t i o n hy Kd S m a r t , l e p r e s e n t i n : ; t h e Kri'!.'er o K i i - i m ( a i h o n d a l e *'''"'' v in t ' . c area w e n - dr. i,led i n t o t h r e e i l a s i l i c a l i o n s ..- l a r ^ e m e d i u m and s m a l l -- and v. ,TC' i |'!-c.l ov, i a peried o| t i m e tor c l e a n l i i i e s - . pnee m a r k i n g s o n a l l i t e m - , a n d courtesy by p e r s o n n e l I'M ; reek oi l l . i r r i s h i n x is Kro ; ( r m a n . ' K e r m t h i s area Sec Significance in Trips of Princess, Townsend to London l.o\Mo\ if - C r o u p ( ' a p t Peler r o w n - e n d a n d P r i n c i ' s M a r y i ret headed lor London t i day on M - p a r a l e i n i i r n e y s. a n i l a l.nii- · '·:n n e v -paper c a l l e d the ( ' , . u l i l e ; i i - v , \ ..I " s i i ' i i i l i c a n l "The double .u r i v a l is s , . . t n f | . c a c l . " t h e D a i l y S'.et.h said " I , t i n - ( l i e elim;:\ to ;he g r e a t e s t and most h a f i ' l i n ; ; l o v e s t o r y since t h e \\ ar''" P r i n c e ' s Mari-.iret. Mirron.ided by 2 :· ye.;i' n( r u m o r s of romance i i i x o h u u t h e hniui'somc f l i e r , le.'ivi s Aberdeen. Scollnnd. t o n i g h t on an overnight t r a i n r c n r l i i n Li'tidon T h u r s d a y m o r n i n g Tlie R A K \\:ir hero reserved sp.ice for himself and his a u t o m o bile aboard .in air ferry plane leaving Lc Touquet, France Hutchinson is Named Manager Of Cardinals ST. LOUS i f . Fred Hutchinson. former Detroit 'liters pitcher and manager u ho piloted the Scattl:- Hauler-, to a I'.intic Coa-1 lejjjiic c h a m p i o n s h i p ( h i . e a r . tixl.iy w a s named m a t i u ' ^ . ' r of the St Loins C a r d i n a l s H u t c h i h on said his contract w a s for l\\n year-, "a-, a s t a r t e r . " He i m m e d i a t e l y announced his ne.-. i-oaehinx s t a f f , retaining only Kill I'oM-iM from the old s t a f f . The in \v cii:ic*ie- are Terry MMre. one oi the oiil (,a-. Hou -o tianji of ·lie ly.'jijs a;nl loriner n:aiia^i r of I h c P h i l a d e l p h i a I ' h i l l i - -. ai.d .lohn- n Hopji. a i s c i a f o r m e r I i e t : r d . Tin- announcement M-.U ccl c u m e a » a s u r p r i s e l l u t c h i i i s o n had been conceded a wide eilyc o v e r t h e o l h i - r t ' . o c a n didati't for Ihe joh--oti'- iiMfi.nncd and the otl:--r the l i l l i : i ! - . ' |!).V manager. H a r r y W a l k e r Hut ihe ( a r K ' i\i".\ tetier.il m a n - :i«er. F r a n k Lane, hjid e o n t n \ e d i n create , eloak and dai-:;cr at mopherc o v e r the choice / . h u h .· a his alone. Miitchin-.,.!]. .'Hi. s t a r t e d in o r u a n i/ed hasehall !"i y e a r s at-.o at Se a t t l e . joining Uetroit t.'.o .seasons i.-ili r and c, mpilin.'' a !IV71 record w h i l e p i t c h i n g 11 sea-on*. .Mth Ine T i m e r s · He succeeded lied Itolfe as [)e troil manager in lvt.~,;j and raised Uie t e a m to s i x t h place the next '. ear In l'Jf4. he returned lo Se a t t l e and t h i s sea-on 'Aon the Pai . - i n o a s t Je.i^'r.e l i l i e Ohio State Guard Named UP Lineman of Week ' 01.1 Mi'l'S. Ohio '!' - K;:.' Jim I ' a r k o r . v. \ : is makit-.:. 'Tackled hy i'ar.'.f-r" a b v - v / o r d a m j n « Ohio State f i - o i b j l l I a n . - , today *'.':· n a m e d t ' n i t i - d I'm.. ; Midur-s! l.i;ien,.,!i ol the Week. P a r k e r :iiric-J lh- honi/i ni p l a s ms; 1)4- U-sT ^iiiiie ut h i , t a i l o r in oliio State'.- 27-11.' w i n o v e r Illinois i : e i e l . t s t S a t u r ! a He m a d e 11 t a c k l e s u n a s s i s t e d ' I h e Ol'i.i State coael'iiu s t a f f [ i i l i - out all tile stops 1:1 praisiiiK the j u n i o r jjuard. M a n y persons in t h i s arta ;::«! t h n : U - h o i i t t h v I5i-j Ten ice! the 2 1 - \ e a r - « - | d 212 pound er ir.a bcc-ime uric of the be-! linebacker.-, in Ohio State h i s t o r y ' P a r k e r u a - a ^ a i n t h e o u t s t a n d - in.i; i i n e i ^ a n «n t!ie f i e l d . " Coach \V..od H;.\'cs said a f t e r the l l l i !'."!· n a m e . "His f i n e play d e s e i \ cs Iiiiih prai.-e and r e c o g n i t i o n . " P a r k e r , a \et;ro from M a c o n . ';'- C.MIU- to O t i i o a |eu \ e a r s .'V t i . Jl'.'e V. i ! f l 1 e!;.i. . r- :;i T. - PicktaflHw GrMWtamrs IN THE Sport Parade By OKC'AM KRALEV I nitcd Pre*s K|MTt« Wrilrr NKW YORK 'iri-- Kraiey's Follies and the weekend football "winners"-- along w i t h a few random observations. Game* of the We*k Michigan State over Notre Dame: 'Ihe lush are six ·point favorites but this is a surprising Spartan team which, if ready, can spring the upset I'ast this one, the Irish could ^o all the w a y . Georgia Tech over A u b u r n : A real battle, with the Tech defense spelhriy the difference. Ohio State over Duke: A pick 'em affair, \\ith the edjie to the Buckeyes in their own back yard. The I asl N a \ y over I'enn State: Out to belter A r m y ' s score. Arni over Syracuse: Doe Hlan- chard is my all-time line smasher. Colgate over Princeton: The biiieplate special ANo I'm over Nebraska. l i a r \ ard over Columbia. Vale over Cor nell. Brer.-, n ovi-r Uutgers. (it-ortie Washington over I'enn, Boston I'm v e r s i t y over iJrake. Bueknell over Temple. D a r t m o u t h over Lafayette. (ietty.sburii over Lohixh and Holy Cross over Qi.'antico Marines The Midwest Michigan over Northwestern: The kickoff hands me a boot. Illinois over Minnesota: I'm still a double vvinu man. lov. a over I'urdue: Tackle; are football"* forgotten men AIS..I: Oklahoma over Kansas, Indiiina o v e r VilJanov.i. Missouri o v e r l o u u State. Boston College over Uetroit, Cincinnati over Mar- 'lu'-tte and Colorado over K a n s a s Stale. The West I'Cl.A over Stanford: I w o u l d n ' t be .surprised if Brooklyn traded Don Newcombe. \Vi-iconairi over Southern C'al: Flo;. d Patterson w i l l be the next heavy.-. eight king. California over Oregon: Ted Lindsay is hockey's meanest man. Also: Washington over Baylor, Oregon State over C O . P., Wash- Inp ton State over Idaho. L'tah State over Montana. Denver over I'tah r.nd Tul.sa over Wyoming The South M a r y l a n d over North Carolina: A victim of its own weak schedule. Tennessee over A l a b a m a : Eddie S t a n k y belongs, i n t h e m a j o r Dodors Doubt Heart Surgery Needed For Ike DENVER lH-boctor.s attendin« a heart specialists' conference here said today they doubted that P i e s i dent Eisenhower needed an operation as proposed by two Cleveland surgeons The latter, Drs. Claude S Beck and Bernard L Brofman. recom mended the possibility of a heart scraping operation fo'r the Pre.si dent to afford him longer life ex peetancy and to improve his capacity for work. Beck and Brofman said such an operation reduces the chances ol -udden death and eliminates the pain in » out of 10 cases. They suggested in Washington Monday that the J'residenl "be evaluated for operation in six month- " But two coronary expert* attend- inj the Western Cardiac conference here said they eould not ayree t h a i such an operation would be nccc.s sary or feasible in the President's case. l)r Maurice Sokolow of the I ' n i - ·. ersity of California Medical School said the so-called Beck operation would not seem necessary except in "cases of extreme, recurrent pain." "We have been a.ssurcd reoeat ediy that the President has been Buffering no pain since the i n i t i a l attack." Sokolow said "As far as I'm concerned, you would never think of domtf the Beck operation where the patient is ucttmt: well." l)r. Francis Rosenuaum of M i l - waukee, v.ho de:cribed Beck a "a brilliant surgeon" -aid "o'.i can't tell a thing at this point oral that distance from the patient about whether or not such an operation is indicated." Th« Doily Register, Horrfeburg, Illinob W«dn«i4a.v. October 12. llkit Injuries May Handicap Salukis In Eastern Tilt I AKBONDALK. Ill - For the first time this year, injuries ma) he a definite handicap to Southern Illinois university as the Saluki.s take on Kastern Illinois at Carbon dale Saturday ni^ht In meeting F.jsicrn, the Sa!uli; w i l l be o.a to extend their confer enc^' lead w i t h a second s t r a i g h t w i n . 'lied \ \ i l h Soull-.ern for the loop l e a d e r s h i p is Michigan Nor r n a l . w h i c h d niMied a p o w e r f u l Western Illinois o u t f i t , ti 2. al Ma comb Frida;. n m h t Definitely out for Saturday's u a m e is f r e s h m a n end Hubert Hut u ra of Danvers, Mass. H a t u r a suffered u knee injur;. in practice last week and w i l l m i s s ::1 least three wc!-'.;s He had been alter n a t i n y w . t l i W a l t e r |{:-.ho: if l.itch- field LS f i r ~ l slnn ; n .-ill end Ha t u r a also c as one of inc top pas-. receivers. Others on t h - a i l i n - h.-t an- l a c k l i s Joim ( i e l c h . Si-sser and Kd H a v e s . San Francisco C a l i f : m a n ! .lim McC.u'.n of W"st l - ' r a n k - f o r t ; arid h a l f b a c k .lack .Schneiii'-r of l i l e n Cji-bon C .ach AI Kav al hope these men w i l l lie ready for doubt-. ;:' thev v. ill be fense if the line wotitd five pat more time. "Bad breaks hurt thorn »* they lost to Illinois Normal. 16 13." observed the Sit' coach. K a w a l plans to start the follow- i r i K : Captain W a y n e W i l l i a m s . Du Quoin and Bishop at ends; Gelch and Hayes, tackles. Marion Rush- m ti. Pmckneyville and McCanii, guards; John Abromovich. Haverhill. Mass . center. Gerald Hart. W e s t Krankfort. quarterback; Hank \Varfield. Kvansvitle. Ind., f u l l b a c k : either Ranette L-wls, Kast St. L»uis. or Richard Krieshok. Madison, loft half: and either Robert Slowinski. Chicago, or Carver Shannon. Corinth. Miss , rmht half sen ice. but up to full ji S()'..;h"rn K a s t e r n o \ e ; GRAND Air Conditioned Fof Your Comfort Today 2 p. m. Thursday 6 p. m. FROM THE GREAT 101! t h e ie, '\!io scout'''! w e e k e n d say the Fight Results 15v tniled I'ress "i !::-.\ I ON .\ .1 Al M . i r - h . '··« ! : . - i ' . i k i . n . N 'S', d r e w u i t h J i m '····· - · ' · I / S - ' . . Ni--.-. t , r k ' « . : John I " ' . . ! . - · ; U 1 .'. i : . i v ( ; n n e . N .1 Kentucky iver Mississippi State: Tony Trabert w ill have rough go- in;; ns a pro Also: Florida over LSI". Georgia over Florida State. Mississippi over Tulane. West Virginia over \V M . VIM over Richmond, fit ·I'lei ov ( r F u r m a n . \'anderbilt over C h a t t a n o o g a ;md V i r g i n i a over V M 1 The SouUiwest H u e over SMI': For the whole hale of cotton. Texa.s o v e r A r k u n . s a - - : I t ' l l t.tke m o i e t h a n a lune s t a r . TCI' o x e r Texas A M : Alphabet soup Houston over Oklahoma A^jiies: W h i c h is w h e r e I a h v ; i s seem ' i . A i n d u p l a t e l y r.. M.-i.-« . l a c k La 1 ' i i a l."7. H : - ( i ( i l ; ! n . o i ' I p o i n t e d I r . i L . i . l . t Pr::M ; e 1."! ' [ ' ; . : i - 'i- 1 er; e. \ \ ; . l : T!. re are aho-.:t L'LM i . M I n i i h - of l a i i -' a l : r . e i n Lie 1 ; i : t e d M a t e s . ""t i r i c i i i i ! : i i . m i l ' . ' a ^ e o! y a r d t : - . : c k - o r s i , i : . . . s O r p a ; ' a l l e i t r a c k a -J e NBC Re/eases Imogen* Coca from Million Dollar Contract NKW Y O R K IP -- The National Broadcasting Co. confirmed rep o r t s today that it had released comedienne Imogene Coca from a lu -v ear. otic-million-dollar con- t r a c t Find Wreckage, Believed Part of Missing Yacht CHICAGO tr.P-- Coast Guard officials saici today they believe wreckage washed ashore on tlv Lake Michigan beach near South Haven. Mich., came from th» yacht of the missing 1'hilip Atwoo:!. Chalk marks on the debris i n d i - cated the yacht Tyree had exploded while Atwood was piloting it to a winter harbor at St. Joseph. Mich . the Coast Guard officials .said. Atwood. 47. w a s last seen Sept. 12 when he took out his I U M - H O U S 4S-foot power cruiser from Chic:.yo's Burnham Harbor. He was a VVinnetka. 111., resident and the son of the founder of the Atwood Vocational Machine C o . ot Rockloid. The wreckage v.as f o u n d ali.n^ an 85-mile stretch ot beach be '.ween Alu-ikeuon. Mich . a n l S o u t h H a v e n . It incluie(! a flyint; b seat, two ladr'ers. » battered door, and several pieces nf The word "Panama was st i d on some of the w r e c k . ILV. wood's cruiser \\as called t b e ama" before hi p u r c h a s e d it Atwood'.s wife. Mrs .lime Atv.ood. said "Pan;:ma" w . i s s-t ed on the f l y i n u br.dtie and I saw t h a t 1 was s ! r i n ^ K cu t h a t it \vas from m\ l;u.s boat " Coast Guard Capt Gordon I! Me- (iowan said the wreck ay;- \ a s ·pretty conclusive" e v i d e n c e of At a o i x l ' s f a t i P a n t h e r s h i v e a m u c h i m n r o v c d s|'i;,d K a w a y said l a a t K a s t e r n has a - m o u t h I'unnim: a t t a c k a:id could d e v e l o p a x"'"l passing of Hector McNeil, British Labor Party Leader, Dies N K W Y O R K 'i I' 1 Hec'or Mc- N e i l o l G r e a t U r i t a i n . w h o w o n l a m e ior his defense of the Allin 'ic 1'jtl in ihe I ' n i t e d N a t i o n s . died late Tuesday in a New York hospital of a cerebral homorrh'ige. He was 48. McNeil, a leader in the I.aborile Kovi'inme:il uf Prime M i n i s t e r Clem e n t At I lee. Wa:, .Stricken aboard the British liner yueen Mary shf r t Iv belort- it a r r i v e d in New York or, Oct. 4. .McNeil had corne to .\V.v Yi.rk "ti business tor the Kncyelopcdia H r i t a n n i c a w h i c h he joined as an executive a f t e r the f a l l of the Labor v-oYeri'im-nt in 1952. He v;:s :,!so on t h e advisory council of the B r i t i s h Broadcasting Corp He had 'men a member of the H r i t i s h P a r l i a m e n t since 1941. He was appointed undersecretary of state for foreign a f f a i r s in 104."!. A year later, i n 194(i. he was iiiiid,- minister of state, a position second only to Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin in B r i t n i n ' s foreign relations operations Intrigue... Excitement Stolen Love! W A R N E M C O L O N VIRGINIA MAYO · Hj JACK PALANCE · PAlOEWMAN a l i ) [ A T Pan "when i n i v d i i . . | . d ' ·UYINOt--Lc-t u« finance our next car. NtlO HI PAIRS? -- Knjoy t-asy payments w i t h an auto loan. PAYMINTS TOO H I G H ? -- L e t us refinance our car and reduce your payments p.s much as one-half. PKONI OR D»IVI I N -- \\VII ar.-an K t e v t r M h i n g in a hurr! 11.'5 N. Main H i l l I I . Un.vvn. 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