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"THE MIGHTIEST WAR DRAMA
EVER SCREENED ... IT RIPS THE.
HEART TO SHREDS AND TATTERS"
N. Y. Journal American
Starring LEW AYRESt
.LOU IS WOH E IM
hom ERICH MARIA REMARQUE'S .o..I Direced by LEW% MILES NE Aword Wnner
of Exceptional Miniatures
An Intimate Theater
Bringing Cinema Triumphs
From All Nations
Zastrow Leads Inspired Navy;
Army'sWin Skein Shattered
All Seats 50c
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Continuous from 1 P.M.
TWO GREAT STARS
together for the first time...in a
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their moleskins with joyful aban-
don as the regiment of Midship-
men yelled its hysterical approval.
ZAstrow, the big junior, who
had been able to drive the Mid-
dies to only two victories, over
Southern California and Coluin-
bia, in eight previous starts,
really cme into his own. The
pride of Algoma, Wis., played
himself a tremendous game. No
individual in Army's backfield
even approached his brilliance.
He scored the Middies' first
touchdown midway of the second
coach Red Blaik was mad be-
cause his mighty Cadets were
rated second instead of first
in the Associated Press Foot-
Coach Eddie Erdelatz said
that he was mad too: "We're
65th and we ought to be 64th,"
joked the Navy mentor.
Then the Middle team got
mad and gave the Black
Knights a black afternoon to
the tune of 14-2.
quarter by bulling his way sriiack
through the center of Coach Earl
Blaik's favorite line for seven
yards, climaxing a drive of 27
yards after recovery of a fumble
by Army's Al Pollard.
TWENTY SECONDS before the
first half ended he ran far to his
left, dodged two Army tack-
lers, and rifled a scoring pass into
the arms of Jim Baldinger, a tall
end from Pittsburgh, who "out-
rassled" a pair of Army defend-
ers for the ball in the end zone.
Roger Drew of Kenilworth, Ill.,
placekicked both extra points.
Army's lonely two points came
in the third period when Zas-
trow, chased behind his own goal
line as he tried to spot a receiv-
er, had to "eat" the ball rather
than risk an interception and
was hit by Bill Rowekamp and
Bob Volonnino of Army. It didn't
really matter, as by that time
there was little, if any, doubt of
The statistics gave a fairly ac-
curate guage of Navy's superior-
ity, though they could not quite
tell of the futility of Army's of-
fense until the game's late stages,
when Al Polland got away on sev-
eral nice runs.
The Middies ripped for 13 first
downs against Army's five. At one
point early in the second half the
count was 12-1. The Tars smashed
an even 200 yards on the ground
to the Army's 77, perhaps the most
astonishing figure of all. They
passed for 68 yards to Army's 60.
It was a good, solid, nourishing
demonstration of superiority. It
didn't seem possible, but it hap-
Mule Kicked ...
Yards Gained Rushing .200
Passes Attempted...... 10
Passes Completed....... 5
Yards Gained Passing .. 68
Passes Intercepted By .. 5
Punts .................. 8
Yds. Runback of Punts 23
Fumbles Lost .......... 4
Number of Penalties ... 9
Yards Penalized....... 65
BEN JOHNSON - CLAUDE JARMAN, JR. - HARRY CAREY, JR.
1. CARROL NAISH - CHILL WILLS - VICTOR McLAGLEN
SONS OF THE PIONEERSh
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3,1950
VOL. LXI, No. 59
Student Tea: President and Mrs.
Ruthven will be at home to stu-
students from 4 to 6 o'clock on
Wed., Dec. 6.
Members of the University Sen-
ate: Because of delay in its mail-
ing, the time for answering my
letter of November 24 is extended
to December 6.
R. A. Dodge, Chairman
Senate Advisory Committee
Presidents of fraternities are
reminded that monthly member-
ship reports for November dust
be filed on or' before Dec. 5 with
the Office of Student Affairs.
Read and Use The Daily Classifieds!
Christmas caroling by recogniz-
ed student groups is authorized
Monday through Thursday, Dec.
18, 19, 20, 21. Groups planning
caroling parties must notify the
Office of Student Affairs before
Friday noon, Dec. 15. Mixed
groups planning to return to stu-
dent residences must register cha-
perons. Resident Directors or mar-
ried couples 25 years of age or
older may serve as chaperons.
Resident Directors are notified
that women students (either as
individuals or members of spon-
soring groups) have midnight per-
mission for caroling parties pro-
vided that such parties are an-
nounced in the D.O.B. as. approv-
ed. The approved list will be pub-
lished Sat., Dec. 16, and Sun.,
Judiciary Council requires that
women students specify on sign-
out sheet the name of the group
giving the party.
Faculty, College of Literature,
Science, and the Arts: Meeting,
Mon., Dec. 4, 4:10 p.m., Room 10-
25, Angell Hall.
1. Consideration of the minutes
of the meeting of Nov. 6, (pp.
2. Memorial for Prof. Neil C.
3. Consideration of reports sub-
mitted with the call to this meet-
a. Executive Committee-Prof.
L. G. Vander Velde.
b. Executive Board of the Gra-
duate School-Prof. Leo Gold-
c. Deans' Conference - Dean
4. Special Order. Revision of the
Faculty Code re the Administra-
tive Board and the Scholarship
5. Report of the Committee on
Examination-Prof. P. S. Dwyer.
6. Discussion: The Qualifications
for Promotion and Salary In-
8. New business.
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