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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 November 1955

Page Eight Eidom Rites Sunday Teammates Attend FORT.SAM HOUSTON Texas- Funeral services for Private Franklin D. Eidom Brooke Army Medical Center football star and former Southern Methodist Univer­ sity gridder were held at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in his home town of Port Arthur Texas. Eidom died early Friday morn­ ing from injuries received when his car struck a tree along High­ way 90 about 25 miles northeast of Gonzales Texas last weekend. It was believed that the 23-year- old athlete who had played against a Sheppard Air Force Base team the night of the accident fell asleep at the wheel. He was driv­ ing alone. Eidom's fellow players of the BAMC Comets and the team coach­ es traveled in a body from Fort Sam Houston to Port Arthur to at­ tend the services. One of the Comet players Pri­ new Parker •LIQUID LEAD. Pencil sharpens itself- cannot break! Chotce of 5 colors contrasting dps ond tips of jewelry finished FROM stainless steel. Here's the pencil you've been looking for all your life!...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 November 1955

Thursday Nov. 31955 Washington (APFs) Young women entering the armed forces today have more job opportunities than ever before in peacetime. A new pamphlet "Careers for Women in the Armed Forces" outlines the seven basic career fields he re women may find these jobs. The fields include administration and personnel machine account­ ing finance supply communica­ tions medical and dental special­ ties and air operations support. NCO Flowers Given To Ike ANDREWS AFB Md. The standing courtesy of the NCO club re in to members—was extended recently to a friend. M-Sgt. Peter P. Orkisz club sec­ retary-treasurer recalled the prac­ tice while he was discussing Pres­ id E is M-Sgts. Joseph B. Viteretti and Russell L. Markey. "I wish we could send some flowers to President" he said. The other airmen agreed and Viteretti obtained the flowers a beautiful bouquet of chrysanthe- an to ok owers to the airport and" loaded em aboard the presidential plane "Columbine." That afternoon the flowers graced...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 November 1955

Pa^e Ten Col. David F. Brown has been named the new senior Army Ad­ visor for the Army Reserve in Tex­ as Brig. Gen. Lewis S. Griffing chief of the Texas Military Dis­ trict announced today. The new SAA is a native of Chi­ cago 111. and comes to Austin from Norfolk Va. where he served on the staff of the Commander-in- Chief Atlantic. In his new assign­ ment he will supervise the training of all Army reservists in Texas. RE-UP AWARD—Maj. Gen. Thomas L. Harrold (left) HI Corps and Fort Hood Commander presents Lt. Samuel Wolsborn former ITI Corps Recruiting Officer with the Fourth Army's Re-Enlist­ ment Trophy for the month of August. The trophy is awarded to the major installation each month that has the highest percent­ age of re-enlistments. The Fourth Army post that wins the monthly competition most often in a six-month period retains the trophy. (Official US Army Photo.) The sweetest music to a woman's ears is when another woman has to play second fiddle. KENNETH W. KRANER well kn...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 November 1955

Thursday Nov. 3 1955 LEGALS Legal Directory LEWIS CASS & YARBOROUGH ATTORNEYS AT LAW 411i Street and Avenue Killeen Texas. Phone 1-4941 NEIL E. CLINKENBEARD Attorney at Law 415 N. Gray Killeen Ph. 1861 SAULSBURY SKELTON EVERTON BOWMER AND COURTNEY Attorneys At Law temple. Texas First Nat'l Bidg. Ph. 3-5254 TOM CARLILE Attorney at Law' Ratliff Building 4th & Ave. Phone 4."i91 CURTIS DUNCAN AND BRAGG Attorneys at Law Wood Building Gray & Ave. Phone 3SS1 ANNOUNCEMENTS Personals B-2 JOHNSON'S NURSERY SCHOOL: OPEN from 9:00 to 12:00 a.m. five days a week. Ages 3-5. Price: S15 per month. A mother with B.A. degree and former nurserv school experience. Contact 814 Estelle Ave.. Killeen Heights Phone K-10354. SERVICES transportation A _w C-l 4 TRANSPORTATION: LEAVING KILLEEN on or about the 1st February 1956 for Atlantic City. New Jersey. Returning on or about 25 February. Need riders. (Contact Cpl. Richard Gaglio. Phone 7-5204. Killeen Base. Radio Television Service C-18 RADIO A...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 November 1955

Page Twelve vX'W.-.vsw...^ y-~ jjged 1 TED CON NELL Mr. Connell is owner of Connell Chevrolet Co. and will be supervisor of sales. He has been in The automobile business for a number of years in Killeen and is well known throughout Centra! Texas. •1 •. sn X*? STT* s^x* bV LETS MAKE TRACKS TO ATTEND THE BIG Give Away Rodeo and OPEN HOUSE -FEATURING- Jimmy Heap and his Melody Masters -PLUS 3 BIG DOOR PRI1ES- A 10 FOOT UPRIGHT DEEP FREEZE A 17" SUPER CROSLEY TV SET AN ELECTRIC BLANKET FREE GIFTS FOR MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN $ -vr' tb'-. VS *We'd Like to Issue A /w'K '& vv ..J 'A 1 CHARLES LEVY Mr. Levy is partner in Connell Chevrolet and will be in charge of the business office and serv­ ice department. His long experience in the auto­ mobile business will en­ able him to give expert advice on all business and service problems. ^9 /A''/*' "*"-""V' /ftfe SPECIAL INVITATION TO ALL SERVICEMEN AND THEIR FAMILIES TO VISIT US IN OUR NEW HOME. Csw. «Xf/.v S THE ARMORED SENTINEL FORT HOOD TE...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 November 1955

'T'-S THANKS FOR THE SYMPATHY PAL. GUESS I'LL HAVE TO PHONE JOAN TOMORROW AND CALL OFF THEDATE liifflsmm $ I WELL THAT MARCH GARY WHAT DO YOU MEAN YOU REHEARSED THIS SCENE BEFORE NEW FRIEND SATURDAY MORNING WONDERFUL WHATS THE NOT A CHANCE IT'S A IO HOUR TRIP. BY TRAIN. HOUR LIT I BUCKINa STRON AH WELL BUDDY/ euESS you WERE MEANT TO BE A BACHELOR. MIGHT AS WELL HIT THE SACK AND FORGET ABOUT IT. NBXT HAVE MORNING HEADWIND CRAZY I CAM] OR LAZY FLY YOU'D BETTER. BE ON THAT HIKE TONITE Official Trml N TITS TNI CERTIFICATED Scheduled Airlines MAMA MMIMH MtHMMT AMIMII ammhcan aim mii •OMANIA AM lIMft M«MH AMWAVI CWIW MHMII CIWMAl AMIMII COtONlAi AMI MCI CONfWWWIAl A* IMM I WAS SUPPOSED TO HEAD HOME FRIDAY NI6HT FOR BIG WEEKEND DANCE WITH JOAN. SATURDAY'S HER BIRTHDAY AND WE WERE 60NNA CELEBRATE. SATURDAY^ THERE'S MORE TIME FOR OOOD TIMES WHEN yOU FLY THE SCHEDULED A/RUNES MilA-C AM UNU IAIIHN AM lINfl NONTIH Next time you have some time off. look into the lew cost of flying the-dependable...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 November 1955

msam VOL.1 I GOTTA SEE HOW TO JCANNETTBF SPELL (PlfiHTf COPYRIGHT 1965. W.B. BRADSURy CO.V9t.+4S*. MlZttC OCTOBER /1955 GOOCH YOU'RE WRITIN6 TO THIS GAL R* THE FIRST TIME—CORRECT? QUICK/ SHIRT/ sttiM CHIN UP/ BOY/ MAVBE WE CAM DIG UP A DICTIONARY SOMEWHERE/ W BetllAH NO. AND you CAN'T START WRITING/ ON ACCOUNT you GOT A LITTLE PROBLEM-RIGHT 7 8

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 November 1955

OF COURSE! OPEN BOTH YOUR WINPOWS.' BOTH WINPOWS? 6ARMACLB BARNBH HEYY WHAT ARE YOU GUYS POING? WE'RE TOSSING THIS BOTTLE OUT TO SEA WITH A NOTE IN IT WE WANT TO 5EE IF ANYTHING UNUSUAL HAPPENS.' NO CROOK WILL EVER KNOW TMAT I FOSDICK AM HERE.'/' »«im JEWELRY ST I RASH I JUST SAW THE DOCTOR LEAVING PHINEAS. TOO BAP YOUR GETTING SICK--ANP ON YOUR LEAVE TOO. I ONCE PUT A POLLAR IN A BOTTLE ANP THREW IT INTO THE ATLANTIC/ TO mmgigmMwgi imstmii BUT CROCK I'VE ONLY GOT ONE WINDOW/ W ANYTHING HAPPEN BARNACLEF WILDROOT CREAM-OIL 4V 8AW.V-HI VA FOSDICK.^ YEAH-BUT HE L. SAIP I'LL BE UP IN A PAY OR SO WAIT I KNOW WHAT'LL CO-- SO WHAT? THAT HAPPENS A YEAR LATER WHEN WAS IN THE PACIFIC I FOUNC? THE BOTTLE FLOATING' ALONG WITH THE SAME POLLAR BILL TARE 11 C^CK'-E.T-LUCKJLV YOU |j DODGED THOSE HURT?| BULLETS//-BUT MY HAIR IS MUSSED— QUICK!.r-THE WILDROOT CREAM Ol L.f.r CRIME DON'T PAYy NOT I YOU GEEl7~ KEEP IT SO PICN'T STUFFY IN HERE /KNOW THAT THE COC SAIP CROCK. YOU NEEPEP PLENTy OF FRESH AIR....

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 November 1955

TRY CHANNEL FOUR/" SURE THING. I GOT A PASS TOO. LET'S GET GOING. AM KrMc HlfARO TH# fiENeSAL—lF THE S£ ARE WHAT YOU MEN CALL CAMOUFLAG­ ED FOXHOLESj HE'LL..." J" FOR A SUY WHO JUST SOT A THREE DAY PASS BEANPOLE YOU SURE LOOK SAD. fW*-" msas "THAT'S NdT WHAT THEY MEANT WHEN THEY ASSIGNED *OU AS AN AIRCRAFT SPOTTER/" & fBUTTHfS 15 MV aa^Ilgas?^ I GOT MORE THAN JUST A PASS. I ALSO GOT PER­ MISSION TO GET MARRIED THIS AFTERNOON iO BEANPOLE! I SUPPOSE WHAT VO HERE I AM.' THAT'S THE VoU MEAN BRIDE-ELECT. BRIDE- ELECT? THERE WAS NO j^0 & mi ELECTION- SSViftk THY A H088Y 1 #ir CONGRATULATION S in V'/ "V"? *1 NO SIR-1 HAVEN'T CLEANED THE DECK OR POLISHED THE BRASS BUT I HAVE SWEPT THE HORIZON WITH MY TELESCOPE.'" ATTENTION! $5.2? WILL BE PAID FOR EACH OF THE BEST ORIGINAL CARTOONS OR IDEAS SUBMITTED BY SERVICEMEN EVERY ISSUE. SOBRY BUT NO MATERIAL CAN BE RETURNED UNLESS ACCOMPANIED BY A STAMPED SELF-ADDRESSED ENVELOPE. SEND YOUR BRAINSTORMS TO: ARMED FORCES FEATURES 219 BAST W& ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 November 1955

pu JAN. lb 1945 NEAR HOLTiWlHR. FRANCE SECOND LT. AUDIE MURPHY the most decorated soldier of would WAR. E WHOSE WILLING LIFE STOfy HAS just been turned into am excmNa NOWE"7D H£U MO BAQCFOIMD THE OJMPANV HE WAS COMMANDING ATTACKED BY SIX NAZI T7VNK9 AMD WAVES OF ENEMY INFANTSW. ORDER­ ING HIS MEN TO WITHDRAW TO PRE­ PARED rosmois in. a woods he REMANED FORWARD AT MIS COM­ MAND POST AMD CONTINUED TO FIRE DIRECTIONS TO THE ARTILLERY BY TELEPHONE. MMi I HOPE YOU BOYS DON'T FREEZE UP HERE ON THIS HILL/ 'DOT Ismg THE OEW WITHDREW TD THE WOODS. LT MURPHY CONTINUED TO DIRECT |$fcmLERY FIRE WHICH KILLED LARGE NUMBERS OF T^E ADVANCE EN6AW I WANTRY. WITH THE ENEMY TANKS ABREAST OF HlS*POSmONAaDlE IplMBED ON TOE BURNING TANK DESTROYER WHICH WAS JN £AN6ER OF IfliWiMG UP AT ANY MOMENT AND EMPLOYED ITS .50 CALIBER MACHINE AGAINST THE NAZIS. FOR AN HOUR THE GERMANS TEIED EVERY AVAIL* AgLE WEAPON TD ELIMINATE LT MURPHY BUT HE MELD HIS POSITION AND WIPED OUT A SQUAD WHICH WAS TRYING TO CREEP UP UNNO...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 November 1955

Silence SEZt SILENCE laiifiMi 1WMH LC 1 JO£'S POOL AND EMPORIUM I'LL PLAY VOU.' CUES? HELP YOURSELF LOOK MORE LIKE TO A CUE.' OVERGROWN PRETZELS.' AN HOUR. TILL THE NEXT BUS BACK. TO CAMP/ ssskt T...^ IJ THEY $k $l 1 A $ lis 'V/f. /fi SILENCE MAYBE I £AN KILL SOME TIME IN THIS POOLROOM. uiiuitii W&zmsm SAY THESE BALLS ALL LOOK THE SAME COLOR ANP THE NUMBERS AR-E WORK OFF' HOW OO YOU TELL 'EM APART? iWi. I I'itI uPfk ANYTHING I THOU6HT THERE I CAN PO MIGHT BE 5OMEB0py FOfL YOU AROUNP WHO VVOULP SOLPIEM SHOOT A GAME OF POOL WITH ME IT'S EASY—BY THEIR. P1FFBHENT SHAPES} L10RAW 3*Y MF- *7 11! $wi it It 4s «j

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 November 1955

WHV YOU FOOR\' KIP/ TERRY WE'VE GOT TO 00 SOMETHING* ABOUT THIS. GOLLY YtOULP you? SAY... I KNOW WE'RE A POOR SUBSTITUTE PUT HOW WOULP YOU LIKE A R*TE WITH AGtflE BY PROXY? V-*' THERE SOFT UGHT§ SWEET MUSIC. NOW WHICH OF US LOOKS THE MOST LIKE ACxCxIE? OH. THATS A REAL SkTOUGH ONE SHE HAS YOUfT\ FLAXEN HAIR ANP BLUE EYES...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 3 November 1955

QK&uz MATSON FORb\^fZ JFORT ORP O^f-liS pROpeu~£D FAC HOW pfppopMS f&R. -rwe cHicteo CAMWALS tN -TU£ NFi- He's *eeN CLOCKBO At 9.6 Rfc too YAKPS JTS TOUCH TO Bt NAMED REBUFFED BY HOLLYWOOD HE TRIED BROADWAHC ..SUMMER STOCK... RADIO.. EVEN WAS BARKER AT THE WORLD'S FAIR/ RIGHT THIS WW FOLKS/ THAT FELLA SHOULD BE PICTURES R.'J. K«]rnM( Tobacco Company Winston-Salem North Carolina Make the 30-Day Camel Mildness Test. See what you've been missing! & ft sc&yen &enne uce*s£ NUAiee^ TYRONE POWER WAS THE THIRD OF HIS THEATRICAL FAMILY TO BEAR THE NAME- 6REAT- GRANDFATH ER -AND PAD-AND ME. WILL I BE FAMOUS MOTHER? ARMED FORCES ATHLETES €®&o Horace HAWCS AIR FOfzCB T&sr P(LOf W£ SotfND basher an NAXmAU ADVERTISEMENT OF COURSE SON! YOU'RE TYRONE POWER THE THIRD.' NOW PURSUED BY HOLLYWOOD TYRONE POWER WAS SCREEN-TESTED SIGNED TO A 7-YEAR CONTRACT AS A STAR/ IT WAS WORTH TRYING FOR THIS- AND WINNING A NAME FOR MYSELF IN MY OWN RIGHT: -N TO WHO w/tf BPST MM iHi5# wines...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 November 1955

VOL. 9 No. 45 South of the Kasatchie National Forest in Louisiana between a group of towering pine trees is a small village of fatigued-clad sol­ diers hustling about daily doing an endless job of caring for the in­ coming casualties. The announcement issued to clar­ ify maneuver procedures and gain public understanding emphasized that military agents involved in such operations will not wear ci­ vilian clothes and will not recruit the services of civilians to assist in secret roles. In actual combat operations an agent often operates in civilian garb and civilians may be recruit­ ed to assist the agent in his mis­ sion. Agents normally attempt to gain entrance to enemy installa­ tions through clever and deceptive infiltration methods to obtain plans and effect violence and sabotage. Secret Operation Although actual operations in the maneuver are not scheduled to be- in until Nov. 8 preliminary train- jig involving the secret operations of undercover agents has alfeady taken plaice ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 November 1955

Page Two The 53rd Signal Battalion of Fort Hood Texas has invaded South­ western Louisiana in "Exercise Sagebrush" with highly trained personnel and over one million dollars worth of vastly complica­ ted communications equipment. Lt. Col. W. W. Anderson's bat­ talion has already established over 1200 physical circuit miles of com­ munication lines for the Aggressor Forces under the 11th Mechanized Army (Prov). Aiding the 53rd are Signal Corps troops with home sta­ tions in Georgia Massachusetts New Jersey North Carolina and Arizona. Emphasizing the tremendous amount of communications this network handles Maj. John W. Leddon the 53d's operations offi­ cer pointed out that in the top day since the network was estab­ lished over 5550 phone conversa­ tions were completed. Switchboard operators plugged through 886 calls in the peak hour so far. Three Main Switchboards The communications system es­ tablished by the 53d has three main 53rd Signal Bn. Strings Commo Wire Over "Sage Brush" Ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 November 1955

fl Thursday Nov. 10 1955 ^|C TAKE A TAXI FOR VOOR SAFETY poth MP's Play 'Cop On The Beat9 Safeguai'ding the huge Fort Hood reservation against crime and van­ dalism is all part of a day's work to the men of the 720th Military Police Battalion's Rear Detach­ ment. With large sections of the post left almost vacant by the move to Louisiana for Exercise Sage Brush the MP patrols have redoubled their vigilance. All parts of he post from the central headquar­ ters area to the remotest corner of North Fort Hood are under con­ stant surveillance 24 hours a day. As any experienced military po­ an an el he he so os a re a asleep in their bunks the most important part of his job is just beginning. The old days of the "cop on the beat" have returned as members of the 720th watching both on foot and from patrol cars keep a care­ ful alert for prowlers and other possible trouble makers through­ out. Walker Hood and McNair Vil­ lages. Varied Duties While patroling will be the ma­ jor mission of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 November 1955

Page Four TOWXSEND FIELD ALICE GORMLEY 2T\^ ^tp#|m3 fobltstaeo In the Interest of the military and civilian personnel at Fort Hood Texas. •Terr Thursday by the Temple Sales Circular Company Temple Texas. Policies and itatemoorft reflects ID the news and editorial column® represent views of the Individual writers and under ne circumstances are to be considered those of the Department of the Army. Advertisements In this publication do not constitute an endorsement by the Department of Defense of the products ot services advertised. *ll"ews matter for publication shoulO be sent to the Public Information Office Armored Sentinel Fort Hood telephone 35113. This Is not an official army newspaper however this publi­ cation receives Armed Forces Press Service material and papers are authorized reprint non-copyrl«rhted AFPS material without written permission from AFPS. Advertising copy should be sent to: fcnsiness Office P.O. Box 419 Temple Texas. Subscription off post. $3.00 per year $1.00 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 November 1955

Thursday Nov. 10 1955 OFFICERS' WIVES who were elected Tuesday Nov. 1 at the regular monthly luncheon for the club are shown with the retir­ ing president of the Officers' Wives Club. From left to right they are Mrs. L. V. Green retiring president Mrs. Joseph Sevier pres. Mrs. H. C. Read 1st vice pres. Mrs. Dan Miller treasurer Mrs. J. A. Boulger 2nd vice pres. andMrs.J'.L.Knowltonsecretary.(U.S. Army Photo by Duke Von Ludwick.) Temple uso 117 S. 5th St. Thursday Nov. 10 2:00—Service Wives Club. 2:30—Doll Judging. 8:00—Informal Entertainment. Monday Nov. 11 Game night choose your own. Boxing on TV. Saturday Nov. 12 1:30 5:00—Crafts 2:00 Talk-a-letter-Home su­ pervised recordings made by ap­ pointment. 8:30-11:30 —Dancing to popular records. Refreshments. Sunday Nov. 13 Week of Prayer—13th 19th 8:30 Java Hour Young Adults First Methodist church. 10:30 Church Call. 2:00 Popular Recordings. 5:00 Dinner Bell Hour. Infor­ mal Social. Monday Nov. 14 I Love Lucy. Table Games. Tuesday Nov. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 November 1955

Pp**e Six SPORTS Parade By Emilio Carmona Head Coacli Malley To Leave Tankers Amid a scene of confusion shouting back-slapping and laughter head coach Pat Malley was presented a gold wrist watch and a scrap- book in the locker room following the Hood victory over Sill Saturday afternoon as a token of the Tankers' respect for their leader. Coach Malley is being separated from the Army today but will stay with the team as a civilian coach for the remainder of the season. Co-captain Ray Howard presented the gift as the squad gathered around to congratulate the man who had coached his team to a victory ever the "unbeatable" Fort Sill powerhouse the first service team to fcurn the trick in three seasons. It was a jubilant band of Hoodmen with many "how'd you like that one" "boy was that a good game" and a few "I told you so's' as the players showered after winning their biggest victory. Smiles were everywhere and scores of well-wishers were on hand to con­ gratulate the Tankers on their ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Armored Sentinel — 10 November 1955

Thursday Nov. 10 1955 HOW SILL A BREEZE OF ABOUT 15 miles per hour was blowing the length of the playing field from the south giving a distinct advantage to the team with the wind at its' back at game time. There was a slight overcast with the temperature in the low 70s. Fullback Buck McPhail kicked off for Sill with the wind in his favor and the ball went into the end zone. Hood put it in play on their own 20. Halfback George Ros­ so go re a right side and halfback EIRay Mat- ske picked up one in a try at the Other side of the line. Quarterback Jim Riddle was topped on the Hood 47 after he failed to spot a receiver and ran along his own right sideline on the pass-run option. A key block to clear the way was thrown by cen­ ter Dick Tamburo. FIRST DOWN. Rosso recovered a fumbled handoff on his own 45 for a loss of two. Rosso went wide to his own left for 42 yards before being run out of bounds on the Sill 13. He was injured on the play and did not re-enter the game during the afterno...

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