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Xot Worried “Aren’t you worried about those new men on the defensive _team?” “No. We might he hurt in the deep secondary, but we’re not thinking overtime about that just yet. Our pass attack is where we must sound our note of caution.” This appraisal was delivered just before the Browns took the field for last Saturday’s meeting with the Lions. The improve ment in the passing 207 net yards this time was an en couraging development, but then the Lions are not precisely the Giants or the Colts. I’m curious about the Milt Plum situation. Brown early identified the Penn State star as his first string quarterback and introduces him that way publicly, a distinction Milt did not enjoy at the outset of his datiier campaigns. I Yet at the Touchdown Club’s big luncheon, the coach gave his fourth-year T-master no such buildup as accompanied his in troduction of several of his other warriors. On the contrary, he told about a comedian who made *ON GUARD' Headquarters: 2605 Euclid Ave. TOwer 1-4800 Ed McAuley ON SPORTS Coach Brown Can Wait To "Toy'' With His Team by Ed McAuley From the training camp at Hiram to the doorstep of Sunday’s official opening game in Philadelphia, Paul Brown has acted refreshingly like a kid who just can’t wait to demonstrate a toy—new and complicated, can’t wait to demonstrate a top—new and complicated, but excitnig. “I know you’re enthusiastic about this team,” the writer told Coach Paul, “\ou re giad to have so many promising xoungslers and you like the -need they've shown. But isn’t there a note of caution where “Yes,” Brown answered promptly. “There has to be cau tion when we speak of the way we’ve sometimes thrown the football and the way we’ve caught it or rather not caught it. When your net gain on for ward passes is 45 yards, as ours was against the Bears in Akron, you have to concern yourself about both the throwing and re ceiving.” .,a joke of the fact the grid’s old timers had such growling names as Bronko Naguraski, while the moderns have such peaceful labels as Milt Plum. any- This incident may have had no significance whatever. Brown sprinkled good-natured ribbing generously through his introduc tions. But it’s also possible the team’s top strategist is not yet ready to give Plum the all-out endorsement he’ll earn through further service. In any case. I’d guess Brown is as nearly satisfied with Plum as the eternal perfectionist can be satisfied with any quarter back this side of Otto Graham. He’s lavish in his praise of Bob by Mitchell and he says he only hopes his National League rivals can be lulled into complacency by Jim Brown’s relatively feeble exhibition record. Look Capable Tt's a team which looks cap able of moving the ball and keeping the ball. The latter abil ity is no small asset when the defensive team depends so heav ily on rookies. Said rookies, in cluding Don Fleming, Bobby, Franklin, Jim Houston and Jim Marshall, are among the reasons' Brown so often this late sum-! mer has sounded like a coach who suspects he is about to stun the opposition. Lake Shore Blvd, at E. 142nd KE. 1-3191 MAKE A DATE TO SKATE MEMBERSHIP REGISTRATION AND OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th 1 P.M. To 5 P.M. THE NEW ROLLERDROME 22644 Shore Center Dr. RE. 1-9009 Guarding Motorists' Rights! 'Eternal vigilance la the price of liberty.’ Since start of the motorcar era, the Automobile Club has battled unceasingly to protect and defend the rights and best interests of drivers—fighting speed traps and other abuses of law enforcement for purposes of revenue—guarding against unfair and punitive legis lation and taxation. The Club has advanced numer ous positive programs in the inter est of safety and better highways. JOIN this great public service or ganization today and support de fense of your rights. Cleveland Automobile Club A I certainly hope he does. But as a longtime baseball writer who has watched many a poten tial Hall of Famer turn out to be a Rudy Regalado, my optim ism is tempered by the know ledge there are 19 newcomers on! the squad several of them! brand new. My own note of: caution is recognized are major prove it. piped from a well-! They: they baseball theme, leaguers when Ji, 2 DANCE BANDS THURS.. SEPT. 22nd MUSIC BY HERB WALKER SAT.. SEPT. 24th MUSIC BY JOE PETIUNO The Green Darby A' .O A 'i Scheutzow Tops Police League 'MU East Cleveland Policeman Don Scheutzow scored a smash ing 624 series to put Jim Con nell Chevrolet seven points ahead of all other teams in the Eastern Cuyahoga Suburb an Police Bowling League. Aside from being high for the three-game series, Patrol man Scheutzow also was high for a sigle game with a 238. Cleveland Home Another East team, Edwards Funeral is in fourth place. BOWLING CAPTAINS for Shirts Blouses o Dresses CALL Bliss & Bygland Co. SH. 9-2421 Don't Come To Us! We'll Come To You TEAM DISCOUNTS Grace Bevacqua, 14714 Ardenall TENDER-AND FLAVORFUL Good Food Southwest Branch: 6454 Pearl Rd. TUxede 6-4040 at 222nd St For Advertising Call BLenville 1*4383 ROLLING OUT THE FIRST BALL at the ultra-modern Shaw Lanes at 14527 Euclid ave., is city commissioner Paul Brower. Watching the historical event left to right are city commissioner J. Durant Mix, general manager Cobby Caputo and pro prietors Steve Stefan and Max Mandel. In his effort to open up the new lanes recently, Brower left one pin standing. The new bowling establishment features 32 lanes as well as pool and billiard facilities. THE MAIL BOX Thank You Nofe What He Wrote Dear Editor: To all, who telephoned or wrote Expressing interest, I Want you to know just how I feel And in this way I’ll try. I first must thank the Leader for The opportunity To share my thoughts with all of you This, they have given me. It’s been my hobby to write verse I never tried before To have them published. I just wrote For pleasure, nothing more. I have read them to close friends as We sat around, but then To have outsiders read them, well, That’s something else again. Since they have brought you pleasure, now In all humility May I say “thank you.” This, alone Has brought great joy to me. This public “thank you” seems so vague And so to you, I say Drop me a note, I promise you I’ll answer right away. But may I add this short P.S. Please with your name write your address. Ross Connell Dear Editor: was disappointed in not find ing another poem of Mr. Ross Connell’s in last Thursday’s LEADER. I thought we would be pleasured by these little bits of treasure every week. I do hope you will continue to print them. I know there must be others who feel the same way. Mr. Connell writes with gen uine simplicity and great humor and with an all-knowingness. Mrs. Thomas King 1958 Nelewood INVALID CAR SERVICE 24 HOURS A DAY Stanley H. lohnaton Funeral Hone East League secretary Is Cleveland Sgt. Charles lahn. ATTENTION KEnmore 1-3600 Kasti- PAINESVILLE SPEEDWAY The Action Packed Track WEEKEND PROGRAM Saturday. Sept. 24 HARDTOPS 25-Lap Feature e Sunday, Sept. 25 LATE MODEL CONVERTIBLES 25-Lap Feature KARTING RACES Friday Evening Sunday Afternoon Time Trials 7:30 P.M. Races 8:30 P.M. A Thrill-A-Minute Racing East of Painesville Route 535—Off Route 20 BAST CLEVELAND LEADER Retirement Is Devoted To Others Continued from Page 1 welfare, recreation and cultur al agencies. More Volunteers Needed Goal for the week-long drive is 500 new volunteers to assist in day nurseries, mental an4 general hospitals, homes for the aged, settlement houses and other agencies. Typical volun teer jobs include: teaching crafts in hospitals and nursing homes, driving patients to clin ics, and working with groups of all ages interested in sports, crafts or music. Volunteers give their time and talents to supplement the work of agency staff persons. They never replace paid staff. During the week volunteers will be recruited in several ways. Booths in downtown and suburban stores will offer facts about volunteer service. In formation will also be distri buted through posters, table tents in restaurants and special book marks inserted in out-go ing books by libraries. There will be newspaper feature stories in daily and weekly pap ers throughout the area, as well as spot announcements on TV and radio. Established in 1933, the Cen tral Volunteer Bureau is a com munity-wide clearing house for volunteers. Interested persons are told about volunteer oppor tunities and referred to agen cies which register their needs with the Bureau. Annually the Bureau recruits and refers about 2,500 persons to agencies. For more information call the Bureau at SU. 1-2944. Service News Brent W. Albright, sonarman third class, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Karie of 1311 Hayden ave., returned to Newport, R. I., recently, aboard the destroyer escort USS Kap pler after completing a three month tour of duty with the U.S. Sixth Fleet in the Medi terranean. During the deployment the Keppler visited ports in Spain, Italy, and France. SAVINGS E A K ACCOUNTS INSURED TOT $10,000 *4 CORNER Y Begins Life Saving Swim Class The East Cleveland YMCA and YWCA will have their reg ularly scheduled Life Saving Class for the fall season be ginning Saturday, Oct. 8th, at the Shaw High School Pool in the old high school building. Class time is 11:30 a. m. to 1:30 p. m. each Saturday, for 9 weeks. Persons interested may reg ister at the “Y” Building on Lee bvd., in East Cleveland. Junior and senior courses will be of fered simultaneously. Instructors for the course will be Ray Snyder of the staff and Joan Organ of YW staff. Regular YMCA Gym Swim Programs for the will begin Monday, Oct. at the Shaw High Svhool Gym and Pool. Call the “Y” for further information. The YWCA and Board of Education Flag Football Season will open Monday, Sept. 26th, with games played at Doan Field. tiurcii igovernor day afternoon, e e n hd young adults of the ie Young People’s So 111 be clad in old clothes plf of day’s hard work |lf of their group. lers and friends of the Jhurch of the Nazarene as merchants on Hay e., are providing varied jr the young people. The received by those who jhat half day will be into the NYPS treasury rplied on the budgets 4 for the church year. EDEE iKCC Judge Seeks Change In Law Continued from Page 1 Other Correspondence Recently he has corresponded with state executives on other matters concerning traffic vi olators. On Aug. 17th, he wrote sug gesting it should be made the duty of every citizen to carry his driver’s license with him. According to the judge, as the law stands now it is only il legal not have a license but not the law you must have it on your possession. On this, the judge has not yet received a reply from state officials. YM the Other Activities and Fall 3rd Previously he had written re garding fallacies in the state hit-skip laws. He suggested legislation be enacted to make it mandatory1 anyone operating a motor ve hicle be required to report an accident to the chief of police :f the municipality where the mishap occurred. This was answered by the who stated the pro posed legislation would be sub emitted to his safety committee. FRANK A VICS SAFE WINTER is meet supper i “Why the serr, ship Sei’ ced byj Towner Clevelaii BOAT STORAGE REASONABLE Free Pick-up & Delivery The I' church picnic a CALL IV. 1-5543 John student School Arthur Bevan. 1758 Taylor Bd. -Easi-i________________ beverage DELIVERY PO. 1-0563 BELVOIR BEVERAGE 16350 EUCLID AVE. 45 BRANDS OF BEER & ALE POTATO CHIPS PRETZELS I Thin. 2% lb. AA. 1 Can “C QUARTS SAEGERTOWN POP All Flavors Buy a Case 6 Qts. 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