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5 ' HQ.I>f tTAIt. HOM,ARK »,n Jttjtj-iif-niliiiii i-f », Fiano, *»M W* Ave, 44f lOHl W X M«. In three farm* fJ(> p*f month, «•&«•' Wk ffH . D| hftll UWIf —-.* j *,*!-!* tit?*, i-fldlw, $r»un« hcetar, oa 11400. C..K ior-Klll» n« B liy Co 25,00010 See Porks Play Baylor CARL MILL «0CK now »rt working on n tirtKK In War Memorial Bobcats Hope to Get Past Hot Springs Wisconsin, Ohio State in Big 10 Test By ED CORttlOAN NKW YORK (ITi ~ Wisconsin conic* upon another big obstacle ' ,,n the rocky road to the Bl« 10 Coach Joe En*m|ngcr lake* m* ( .,, ntrn ,| 0 n*hlp and the Ro«o Bowl, OUT OP DOORS with CAN CROWS READ? By Wurren Page Shooting Editor / The pestiferous crow doesn't act much sympathy from nny- - ' He doesn't deserve it. consistent marauder of *Wtom, n &'lwton~»™*iM BobcM, t« Hoi Spring, tonight fo, ()mol . row ' wh .„ thc No . , lcnrn ,„ j Hejs ^—^..n.kiTV half- WM Wrfl h»f» «?«ctolly M_»••;!« «r: W J?!::^Jt l i n ^V. ht « fc ' ! "" mtry takCS "" ° hl ° S "^-""» rn^n ?*** over . h 8 nd. »hawc*ft» but Which to hoM, Tr«|ei,« of th- ft hfi* over Ihrrn for rn-nrly four! Physically ...... yenrn, ! celleni condition porkem will be looking for 1 by ron.t *porU «ucwMlv« triumph ~l Trojan* But ««l fthwMl flW S«mnw«« we* wl.cn 8t»lB in'UWO. Bl«i Jll 8, Sprviflio BUPael. Phone 1 2907, sfWr 5 p.m. tfltf V ~4\W> p.m. 504 K. Mh, car. New bnl* n«»Uy D furnlihcrt npnrt 804 dormer. lp.tr 4 room bnth. Phone 7- Will of thc Mirncwhtit alarnird be n bad night f Trojan* group Mbout iiunrli-rn. tn previous vvvvn. uu WMJ WM»I» ^'. j AlntTlO uflu ^.. i Dimming triumph over IlllnoU, the ; j, e £ a n%a up In thunder-cloud ' iddwuimK lea«tiij champion. Thlsj swarml , ove r the nesting ducks. ! Ohio Sinto team doesn't approach, j\ ny minor benefit from crow of the former power hount'V activities as mi insect eater or thi 1 Mot very good ubllity to leum they I, Uw (l«li?'» iflriPK* wiin -i • ••« --• " B J K | h,, vl . the of an.OOO, to ln<* t>, ur iiftillv fvcr' / 11 mi\1 f>n ^i |BCOi" iimin* 1 !'^'*''. •»• nj""" " l ," ' Ji'lhnvo Dlrivcd. with tho the ftitxorbnt'K* won only:. ' : >)Bli hfl<( ,„ cornc ( rom And thoiie weren't; L" ,:,..., .„ ' wln "UH» - tho two bflltiK out jj "trong Texnrkana Icnm had to «a hard tho flmil hnlf to win and — out brenther*, Abilene- COftlv "1 *•• " **JI lUvl |*»»>Y«;I i»»*wo*. •' nCliVlilua "** "*• " , , f,.,,,n Columbus, but It should Kivcj scuv enger is over-balanced by his Ivv WIlliamRon'* lads a run for; banditry on other birds, "hats > h . m .>ncy. thc chief reason why the black ftnri- iii-e- the day* when an Ivy sctuawkers are fair prey to sHot- • the attention gun or rifle all year round. Hope Juniors Again Beaten byDeQueen in «r«nKi«jr», nwiimiv Kf| j, Br() th(! nm ,| nun u> win unu i -• i.i-obnblv could put Up a In 1048 ami North r«x«* , W(()kg „„„ Nuihville cnme; l " 111 . fllht ,. aB i ngt anyone In ad- MO. .mt the third nn!^htln« buck In the final quarter J^V Prlncffi ho" » 24-««n,e wilh a vory «ub-pnr 1048 to icore , hroo touchdown* for vl,.- ^^ 8tl eak going, the longest ?."». ' ... .... tory. _ . . . ,, ....,....,_. i., ,.i,lli.t!i- focitbnll. During thnt »p»n of tlm«, Ihft '',» loit hqre twice lo Wll- Mnry and m<t eoach to hoitin A- v Mt, TCU am) S»n\n „ Arkannni tnpn- Ihttro of bltf «»m«« . nnd out of ihs »Ut«. broken — a« fnr «» were concerned — whmi Arkfinn(i» upnvt linn teorn 44«7 in the »ln- i Rnxorbaek* made It [ht by opening the 108J with n 2S-20 con(|»aHt . Th« Bobcats hove three victories tind one lo»s on their side of the record and have plnyed Hood, hard, con»l*tnnt ball In every game. However, the coachos are a little afraid tho boy« mny let down some know- in A. fc M. nl«hl will mark apponrnnco In Jhe iie»)ioh-opvner. the Btreak going, the In rolh-KL- football. This is » tossup with Penn being given n one-point edge, probably on tin- ba»ls of Its 7-7 ... ucelm-l Notre Dome. while ooys from Tlgertown have warmlnii up at " " irssur lights. Michigan State, the heir appar- and offvmlvo center Jack Sl*co. e"t to 'ho No 1 rating vacated by Tho nozorbackn, upset two weeks Tennessee la«t yeai-. m,s no sint- aac by HoiiHton un.l ora-touchdow.i'curo In Texas A & M, but the 'lw»t wB»k. hope a rovlned offense' H-nalt- 1 Munn Will lift thorn back Into Ihc win Cuhhnn. Conch Oil* DouHlas IUIH b o c n working on n new formation, which two, some «-... -~- -- —- - •three, and it often seems that he can read caliber markings on the hunter's gun. If the sentinel crow that Is al- on watch as the vest of the feeds In a field happens to one hunter sneak into a of shrubbery and begin tig his call from there, "~ watch ! clump "" boomed for AlI-Amerlcan honors, iniflht be called either a deep"!'" 1 ,,,v,.v.. ,T or n winged T, nnd Is toying have to bo with the Idea of i-i-tting three ip<« to whip | qunrtfrhnckn l»t" the-name nt tho ... , gj(mt , t j mc At first, UnuKhiH was using l.;i- n>ur McHnn. heretofore a (|iinrtor. [pp|Jp ** -*& iJl^Vrt i?Sr „ i «d r-l«hbof> sssSS'-idl iiltaivNivotki, M pltor' «eun- *1 Vti MlltJ/trt** (ii, 1 ,MiW«..rt rfM».»f.M** %MW M< " " '^V\-a ,,i of thp QoWon Bi mny be attributed ot Hpwrty iophamore i,, 0. Dupre fllid "Allon ^~-~^ ,. t-rtiWilcil tho brilllnnl m\' ! \ ,,,. .,nvvi\ Don Carpenter Brti' j-y Coi'dy right out of th« the expense ofj °g"^;% re nc . U sound a raucoUB warning and thc whole bunch will take out for the next county. If he sees two hunters go in. and or» come out and wander off inocent-llke, thc chunces are still good that he won't be fool- see his e( j nnc j cvcn the most dulcet call- UilJKie wiunn wqum im« «> »BC '»» e( j n nd even me niosi UUIVUL vai»- eharges do their scoring early for| jn g vvtm 't entice either him or thc ..u i 4Umn<V\ r PV\«t/* »*« in iHo _. _i -» *u« f\r\f*\t Av/nt* wnn milZ- a change, though. They're tn the habit of teasing the opposition alimg until the final minutes. Business Preparing • nf Atom By SAM DAWSON NKW YOHK, UP— The atom rost of the flock over gun muz mur Wiciinn, ncre«ii»iu " mm, •.<•>. •• • nt fullback, former fullback I.owis slill W.MU-S n mllllnry uniform. ni juiiuwiK, 13i|V in{ | u8l ,.| a ii 8 t,, a ,. L , getting ron- dy for the day tlu'y muy be able , CiJl-penti-r al out 1 one! iincl Hob Si IMcrrq at (iiuirlcr. Now he Is try Ml U ill llliill HI • *^»'»T «i« ••' ' • •• • . , . •'St. Pierre at th- other end ami t«- put It In civvies. Trollloll :il ciuarti-r. AUo. Jim Ilotl), :. «(»»! moved «p to rrplm- 1 '.' T<nn 9 1 "'" ' lington at offi'iisivt- Icti tacklo.' Aliolhci' fwrtnr Porkers is which iiuiy help return to An aggressive company ought lo bo tilliiKl to ment" said atomic develop- J. Thomas, pros- of the _. Lurry Inbull At nek, Baylor nltio hnti n raft of nonton, most notably de(oi\ uni'tl BUI Athoy, who Ik .* of Mtrcnvlh on defonse. Sperrlng. Who plays nt ulthor tackle or thi- UJ niftn'ovor-ocnter post when thc op-| ' ijuibn hn« the bail, missed tlu;j K»CU name because of ton»lliU8. 5 !' A crowd of 25,000 is oxpected^fc'i' rHho scrap. The klckoff Is set .for »' could b« a put-up Job, in which Kathleen Garrison had some part. A» qulokly he dismissed that qo- Won, aectng tho mounting dlatreBS In her eye». But ihb pair wer* al- >e.ady »tartlng their nvanouverJ Their mistake lay in being ilow and elumay. Ra\yls resented Inter- lortnce, particularly at this un\e. (U\d h« Vfaa dotibly angry that Kathleen should be an inno'oant victim, Ho swung about qui^JXly- Onlookern, attracted by tho altercation, »uarcely had time to ;sce, »0;»moothly w«« It done. Uls long aw«» rcBOhed, t\ia ftngcrs cloaca on .collars. With the pfeclse UioUons of a nutcracker, |W8Pl th« two men together WANTED BUY .One Inch rough green lr^MHJbir — roauiar |«Rfltbi, ; or\d.tl« siding, For , , Ggrdpn Lurhper Company Eifrate for Sole caught tho Rlancw \m\ tho two men - k lUi - h»t hit (ace Uv<» " In ment Only Two Rounds ClNO|lfN crick o» aUull» was au^ble throuibout the, room. i , , W*lt«r» came uurrylnB*. attract ad bV th« diaturoance, ,„_, regret thu incident, damage to your all. It's quite all , „,. hanily touched me Captain Rawls." laughter in the girl's driving out th* trouble, an touch ot color in cheeks h*4 no n«e4 for it. Sht had whole inotdent and hi* ot dealing with the m*n aa much w he hWl, and Rawls had to , admit ttoftt Uie episode b&d relieved h» was doubly awiuou* to Itlrnl (if Goodycnr Tire & Rubber I'o. His company will run for the now In its first C'tiunty. Ohio. in Ing that if they do and Hot Springs ia "riuht" it will be rough Bolng. Many fans will accompany the Hobcats to Hot Springs. The game will be broadcast over KXAU. CopyrloM, 1957, by Al Cody, ilad lay King Fcolurti Syndkolf. Ui» taller oh« aroxindV, the tho table in Uio proceaa. who, for all his broadcloth, gave the furry Impression of a bear that Had blundered upon n picnic. -Rucluis, was it, Denny?" Mo- Question chuckled, in a voice which seemed to rumble up from the toes ot his shoes, "Sure and you Handled it like you was brushin' a fly oft your coat. It that pair was lookiiV tor trouble, they sure got moro'n they bargained for. Denny, you'll have Heard of Mark Whirtcr '-both of you being river-boat captains. Mark, this ta Denny Rawls. Shake hands with each other." They obeyed, Rawls with a grave but calculating politeness. Ot course ne had heard ot Marlt Whirter. Everyone had. Strangely enough, though both oi them had frequented tho waterways tor years, their paths had never be- zlos. , . . Most crows will be bamboozlec if three hunters disappear into concealment and two reappea boldly. The average crow ha difficulty telling thc diffcrenc between a count of two and ont of three. Of course, in some areas whcr crows have been called up an sprayed with Number 0 shot ret, uliirly, they don't need to conn —they just steer clear of an shrubbery clump that men hav been spotted near, whether on or five KCMils have moved aroun with blnck sticks over thc shoulders. A crow with only a grammi school education can tell the di feronce between a hoe nnd a gu You can perambulate around the fields with a stick or a rake without attracting more than cursory interest from tht black bandits— but show up with your pet shotgun or rifle, and they've of for the high hills right now. Crows in tho section of the country I live in are thoroughly accustomed to automobiles, to thc sight of moving men. Stop your car on a country road to check the -radiator or find out what's milling underneath and the bunch of black blobs over in tho Held, perhaps a couple of hundred yards out, pay you no heed. Get out of the car with a rifle in your hand—nnd they're oft the' ground uefore you can close the door. And it does seem that they can SYNOPSIS mniinutis oiuvuwmi «•>-•>•*•——- d , Mope Bobkittens a second time by The baby Leopards scored in thftj final quarter on a one yard Plungtt, by Whitten who also made tne,boKM| after touchdown. , Standouts f6r Hope were: Jc son, Marlar, Mullins,- Finer Crawford and Bush. Charles to Make try f 6r Comeback CINCINNATI W) — E z z a r Charles of Cincinnati, still hopeful! -.. , — ot being the first man ever to re* ; i-cad caliber markings, even when] gain a once-lost heavyweight bo,'' you carry your varmint rifle h n g championship, tries -again t tucked under your arm! Time night to get started back on t after time, when the gun .I've had trail to a title bout, was a .22 Hornet, or a Bee, the Charles will meet Bernie Rel crows at 150 yards, nice range for no id s of Fail-field, Conn., in a ll~, these cartridges, would. Ilush, ( .but roum j nationally televised bout at hose at 250 would stay -put for U he Cincinnati Garden, t least : one shot, apparently The 25-year-old Reynolds has H ontemptupus . of sjuch a, peewee knoctlouu " am ong his 52 victories SliuCl** • • " ' 1 t_.ii ; • t. _ i. _ _ i^^nv* n n i»i_ onfl.rii it Pf Appear with a •ildcat like the ..,,, , lat-shooting numbers that cill a crow more Often than ,not t 250, now and again at 300, ---y ------- . vards, and they will get up in the Cincinnati the decision, afr when they're so far P way necessary will be given by two hey look like dwarf blackbirds, judges and the referee. It IB (Distributed by NBA Service '---'-' •--'- -' »«• »«'«•• Top Radio Progrqrns NEW YORK VP)— Listening tolight: he has been an in-and-outer a solid .favorite at 2 to The bout will start at 9 p. (CST) and under boxing rules in one is on a point basis and the points arc given for aggressiveness, hard punches and defensive ability. Both Charles and Reynolds were expected to come into the ring at around 186 pounds. Charles will be seeking to end NBC — 7 Hit Paraders 7:30 Mu-l.a two-right losing streak. He h|J sic by Mantovani 8. Best : Plays< been beaten by Joe Walcott aiicl CBS — 7 Mr. Keen 7:30 Gun- Rex Loyne in his last two bouts. smoke B Horatio Hornblower, Charles lost his heavyweight noivc o liUiunu *i-ui*i!•»«*»»>*»•* i -^^i*n»iN-t. <»»_ — v ... AB C — 6:30 Lone Ranger Top :crown to Walcott and then, after Guy 7-30 This is FBI. winning a few warm-up bouts, was jVlBS _ 7 Adventures of Masie benten by tho veteran New Jersey- 7:30 Gracie Fields Variety Great Day. Saturday; • , NBC _ o a. m. Archie Andrews. ' CBS tures. . . 9: 15. a. m. .Space,' •Ad.yen- res. ', . ' . ABC — 8 n. m. No School Today. MBS — 10:30 a. m. Farm Conference. • ' •'',.-. 8:05 He in a return match. His loss to Lavne came in the right in which Referee Jack Dompsey was •> the sold judge. bemp'sey's decision brought ' Fights Last By The Associated Press Akron. 0. — Rocky Jone^s, '179, Chester, Pa. outpointed Roland .La- Starza, 190, New York, 10. ' Edmontpn - Earl Wfllls, 190. Edmonton, knocked, out Hank Thurman, 202, Los Angeles, 1.; ' Milan, Italy-— Ray Famechon, Paris, France, knocked out Nello Barbadoro, Italy, 4. tForJEurppean featherweight title). • • ' - storm of protest from Charles' nan. dlers and supporters. *-* ..Never in his career has Charles lost three fights in a row. Reynolds has had 64 fights. He has beaten some of what passes for the good boys in a fair to middling heavyweight crop but he has also been knocked out by Cesar B'rion and by Marciano. Carbon Black, a widely 1 used industrial material, is soot'. Football By The Associated Press 'Youngstown 26 Mt. Union 7 Wlliam Jewell 49 Olathe Naval Air 14 Springfield one ot the stevedores on Ma;.own ^ Si Piurala | ouv v* *."« av«.^*.w»*«. *. ." TT.J- :*, Captain* Hark Whirtcr conspires wit)» boats. But looks could be qecelv two remans to entbarass River Boat ln g ( j o| , Lomax McQuestion W.a£ « two ruinans Captain """' th« old »t. 1 old Plnntci'8 note) In St, L*oul3. I lUtJWO .CO .conjuro, wiw^i ?!*»*» ,^ .». ,. rue yuur ta 1864. in tiie Planters' B«y Louis, or.any\vhere alpttfe tne.rlver. .lining . hall_. Kathleen .Clarrijon Intro. ,. t id _ d written that, her la r , . . Astrid had written that. (iff. o»».«o e nna ther had raised no r Objections to IS 1 Ft. Bcnton. tut ^*««f'7« dI j'iiJS their engagement. Th*t- r was. fa}r ' ' " l Den RaWta Was ducoa licrscU to cnptntn tier careo n "The 8 .r o* him, for while Denny; ; McQucation. owni-r of • ureat Ui 8o • W oU-knd\Vn. ntct. and Captain Whirtcr .arrive. Oh Whirter was aa tall aa Rawls, wider in the shoulder. The sure- nesa that waa in Rawls' fray eyes Aa Denny walks over to lie 14 lostled and Insulted by thc rufflnna lilrod to cmbnrass him. knocks them to the floor. He -. jver ccrt alnly he had litjtle to Of-. 5er a girl In thi, way of Jmalerlal CHAPTER FOUR >m hU blue ones as -rogance., and noth: betrayed that he a pM>tn& >n- »cro8» the (ike Rawla, -ed >y a "You seemed to be Ihnpiriif. p$h- CHAPTBR fuuu iny," Astrid conunenttd, breftklng /IT HAD been only a week since a •^««.^.^jP'-^ i JJ5?J l| !K!S seen Astrid, but it had strained. ''Or did 1 Un^"« «". ke years. That had been Rawis shrugged in .light 4wnl8- E'hund'red" mlltrs up the Missouri, sal. Chat's froin * WnW-g"! W and theirs had been a whirlwind rojr foot, m .ff-^^fh, courtship tn the preceding days. It . nad lasted lust three weeks—three weather ..r.- -.—. --< - -v». the most soul-shaklng weeks S «,J Wing. I Pan't'mljrchlo . . . . ,_--„.J «» n.«_ nnur. O/hlfh IS WIW 4 HI OUt V the gold braid that "Captain VVn,,,,. tonight, partly us an the tamiiy, partlr McQuectkon explau,.,^ .,,., wer« seated. Whirter wai " With an oflftclQua "• DPI ity which Rawls, across from her, resented. But she gave him a smile which made th« room warm again. "Who is your trlend at the oth«r table. Penny T" she asked teasingly. "She's very beautiful—and loa*» ly looking. I think she wan disappointed that you didn't stay." KawU glanceU aeroaa tb» room, conscious or bla own ftwih, ot a Ir.ck in hlfl manners. Kathleen Gai> rison had com* here alone, braving convention, to s» htm, to off«r him a job, and he'd been barely courteous. Since Whlrtw waa making « third at thl» table, th« pollta thing to do would be to invite 1 '"*• her over. And perhaps Mc(Ji»«sUon tuat( W oul«l bavo some helpful sugges- tinatk t>i_.u. meetingv .,. able* to hold nor Ulnly /w hadn't be in m publlo _ «.„„,, -, T , trlend ot the family along. H bad enoufcn to,ba,ye Lomax Question tor chapwon. But Astrid had mada the *r. rangements, and there bad pew nothing for him to do but accept wtth aa good grac« aj». possible. There bad been a scrawled postscript to.ber note, from Lorn** McQuestion, saying that be wanted to talk over some urgent business, aa be understood that nia prospective aon-uvlaw was now free tor a new enterpriM. The nole had hinted that it entailed tbe command ot tna best river packet In the Mo- f i •LONDII THE PUP6~rU. FIX DINNER r, Colorful Crosswords Maryville (Mo.1 31 (Mo.)-37 '* T _ Cameron 35 Kilgore (Tex.) JC College 14. • • *l O&SISSilb^s? SSttlSSS&M- SsflSSTLMS r«*cha<J thatar with Sw oi war had he hid wgaMed *t he was wore oajreluUy pr«clae ded. he a»i4, atooplM above , her JdMrtr awl <**!« her hand in both o| hi» fwr a moment, con- U wa% how turn. Out the other tabl* w«a empty. Sht hadn't lingered, which waa scarcely to b« wo«d«c«d at, lrrlta» tlon edged his voice. -Not my friend." Rawls d«nl*d. 'Thow nooOluws merely bumped Into her table. 1 * "But she seemed to know you," Astrid p«rsl»i«d. b*r volw Uk« tinkling honey, u such a thing was pafttibl*. "And I thtDtt sh« was disappointed Fm »lr»ld you'r* t ' ,*§ *!&• ' / " •*•*" «• **.*!•$• -*•' K-,£.^ *jt«: ""•V.^ir .*-?•*'v-s '1' a pleasurable Question Beet That had been thrill, tor it conveyed a tacit »e* oeptance ot his new siatus, and thtlcQw*itioa boat* were j|» pride oi the riwra, Thto was the ftrst Uflie that ftawla had met Me- QueaUon siace Aatrld had agreed to mam Wm. Tte* aecond ttoe Uvat they had ever met, (or that matter. . But now be ka»w a woment wonder that such a ma» M a man who knows the upper river, a 'man I can. depend on to,, handle , .^wls knew what he meant. The Big Muddy was always a treacherous'\stream for a river boat. Filte.dil!wlth hidden sawyers, constantly shifting sand bars, changing banks, and tricky currents, it was one of the most difficult ot all navigable streams, even In normal times. And these times, were far from ordinary. Al) the way along the Missouri now were men who felt, In one re-. •peCt at least, as he believed-i-that the South waa losing the war, and lal it was only a question of time, nd not too much of that, until the nd Of the struggle. But many of hem* unlike himself, sympathized With the cause of the Confederacy. L lot of them hoped passionately or some miracle that would give i« South a new lease on life, and lay were ready to do anything (dy'could to hinder the Xankees. Jany of their acts were contingent |\ >n the principle that enough pln- irlcHs could mount up to an ag- p-avatloh that might prove a seri- 3Us diversion. 1 Tthat attitude often meant trouble, tor boats carrying supplies on the river. In addition, there waa the more ominous threat of Indian trouble. Red Cloud and his war- Flora were on the warpath, and a •mouldering brand might burst at Wiy tlm« Into a conflagration to sweep across a thousand miles of |) mountain and prairie. Caught in Its wash would be the river and kny who traveled It. . "Can you be ready to take over ,tW»orrw, get loaded and start " i (text morning?" McQuestion abed. "I'll make it worth your while, boy. And every day counts opw, aa no man will understand tettfr than yourself." Mountain snows were melting, tofflng |be smaller streams - 1 -'- 1 - ln turn emptied into the Ma. tbt Gallatin. the Jefferson, "jirtM, the Milk, the *e .Bleeders tor tbe upper Tb* time to travel was at of theea high waters. , , He nad hoped lor aevej*l perhaps weeh* to bf speB^ with Astrid. That wo«14 bt ot tno question i| b« toofc this snatched hour or ^., ., (^ *, , t ,«wwr7^?™ ^W¥- tfi4*ka*i i 'jgss&-:V/' ^.< « J ;;a ft^^lfc *fr™ P^ *QjJI^K Am «|0 Mm tttlml r^fWf w?B?WWr ^fW^ff**T j S W"qp ^^WBI^HF'I^^'^ "WWI''fl""^ fmmm*m»ft. •; HORIZONTAL VERTICAL 1 Primary color 1 Reddish brown 4 "T^ue ——" 2 Brother of 8 Black Jacob (Bib.) i9T?mniftv 3 Devotes 13Fowken 4 Inflamed sore 14 Theater seat 5 Crazy (slang) 15 Sorry 6 Astronomy 16 Educational m . u f e . ' institutions iff ni«n» 25 Kind of 40 Sea eagles 18 School fee 8 Masculine pottery 41 Underworld 20 Removes ft ^fu " 20 German river 42 Egyptian rlv«t 2lPerWSC. irt curved 27 More majestic 43 Indigo . 22 ?u a W, in moldhTg 28 French 44 Coll : • •thrbrMiv n ca'e military cap 40 Grant 24Tr;adr(9oll.) licapej 29An g er / 47 Gaelic 26 Heated iosuWect 31 Changed 48 Chinese coin 27 IS" 1 W 23 WooS plants 33 Scrub' 50 Arabian 30 Inborn - 2* Crack 38 Annoy garment^ 32 Church fesUval 34 Tropical palms 35 Oft away 36 Footlike part 37 Corded fabric (Pi.) 39 Ejevator • Inventor 40 Green is its national color 41 Color 42 Mother-of- pearl 45 Shade of red 49 Flooded .. 51 War god 52 Italian coins 53 "The ..' i Venerable i •.. » • 54 Compass point 5ff Greek god jiQ.M A ft.>», MO * • i '*MA1*'V*I OIARKmi ty Chick Y0tiA| M soRpy DHAP, BUT IT TURNED OUT AM-M-H-ANO NOW 56we DICED CEUERY AND MAVOMNAtse F<J>R SEASONING vE VE GOT SOME WONOERPUU EFTOVERS FROM OUf? LUNCV4-; Sf BEEF--COTTAGE CHE6SE SALAD ( SO GCXX3 1 ATE v r MYSELF VHATIW WISHED COACH Of > WILDCAT AFTf* - R ' w>>liom * OUT OUR WAY SWOOPEiP DOWM AT HIM WASH TUBBS FEW i XOM ""1??| I J6PUCBSJ • -.. RUN WITH HftWf 8BEN Miff ONCE. ITfe 3Ut . OF TIME TILL THEV'!?E IN #T « THBRE'5- NO B IN J.'Jt.av.gOgM THIRTY With Major HoapTe OUR BOARDING HOUSE COULD M", V( 6SYTER ;','•* L.UUUUN , ifOtVICK. V-VIH ^•\ YOU SET ) \DWAVJ FXO HI ISA TO "•-, ] TMS WORK Fi^? > O'AKB VNI.UU BOv/lS AND HER BUDD^S ADLAI 3 \PROMlSeS jpin e.-y\ TrA-ruANi A : GOti^Sft.VOO , BACK-IM& V fSAlLO 1 57 Relative (ap.) CARNIVAL By Dick Turner BUGS BUNNY By Hershbcrger ALLEY OOP SUMMONING -Liq.THEN 1 MUTTV YMMKING OU_R VICTIM 7 W0WN "that's one she taught me to show you after I ™T her the one ?ou taught me to show her!" SI^QUHCES ByGfllbraith ; v.iv:r"j f ^p*i£i^ 5- .* » <• *?» 'PfJUPI • < i» ' >:V '-» .- i.«. * i «*<airW!w CHRIS WEUCIN, Plfl«et«er "Any questions?" FRECKLES AND HISJFRIENDS IDIOTIC VpU WANT TQ <5P0,N. 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