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THE LEHI SUN. LEIH. UTAII WHY TAKE j 8W ;och "The trouble with all these books on child psychology is they're all written by adults!" NANCY WHERE ARE YOU GOING, NANCY ? MUTT AND JEFF UEy. MUTT f DID YOU READ S MUTT AND JEFF COMIC STRIP? THf MUTTa JEFF COMIC STRIP IN TCDA'S PAPER? NO! LITTLE REGGIE JITTER REG'LAR FELLERS VIRGIL STS A SWELL PEAL" SouSELLAVEACfS SUWCClPTiOM ANO (SET TH' IN TO BRUSH V I I rS? I I DON'T WASTE THE K. mv teeth! fV'KlfS: -,:r toothpaste rear .Fawn ran ivoc ,.v ( WONDER WHERE RUMPUSAII fs OH WELL I GUESS ) rv lRMM& Vis? ive cot to burn the wjtm V m 'ill have to go y JA AiMilSv LEAVES AND HE LOVES A 7 O , JX AHEAD WITHOUT y (Vv ipv iky- Jii:&; oshT v. a 1 know Nrr. - . wSijT 1 THESE bundle I WISH I HADN'T .4 HUMAN HACHURE. Nr?i AftE TOO HEAVY TOR- PROMISED MOM rJ PRETTY VffiLL, AN Vsf I fc A lA." FELLER LIKE 60, I I 10 CARRY THESE MOMS.' JUL F -f TM MY BHOTHea f7 iA&V ffXUh I I fTuoYl SCRAM OFF AN' PLAY J V TMHY'RE xT-pv J TUj, WILL FALL FOR. THIS.' Va -Sllfi-. CiClVW t J-43 SOMEWHERES - HCTm CtT-l- X T TJkM fT T14 1 1 1 I IV m 1 I. u i . ,1-1 y IBl n..r inj ntvuj r II 1 If I , III 1 SILENT SAM By Jeff Hay MsUj JlMl sstiir' -4T WELL, IN THE FIRST PICTURE THEN MUTT SAYS.-MUTTAN6 SAYS.-MUTTAN6 JEFF COMIC LITTLE JEFF COMES IH AMD SAYS, HEX MUTT DID YOU KcUTnc MUTT riiHU J Q ViLgg ctdiP I r STRIP? im todays papery. t'vwh v iv: ft uucnni uy-e I I w ilJJ Lit- w IIUBV II V ET I BOBBY SOX Marty Links THEM JEFF SAYSrtELL IN THE FIRST PUTTURE LITTLE JEFF COMES IN AfSD SAYI HEX MUTT? DID YOU ReAul rl THE MUTT AND JEFF , COMIC STRIP IN TODAYS PAPER? -THEN YOU SEP A CLOSE-UP OF, ZX LITTLE JEFF. By Ernie BushmlHer By Bud Fisher -AND IN THE LAST PICTURE JEFF IS ON THE FLOOR WITH A BLACK EYE WHICH MUTT CAVE HIM.' BUT HE DOESN'T MIND IT AT ALU HE'S A SOOD-N ATURED By Margarita By Arthur Pointer By Gene, Byrnes By Len Kleis SOME short while back, one of the leaders in college football asked your correspondent to name the 15 leading coaches in the country, me only answer we could think of In a given time limit was this: "The 15 coaches who have the best material." ma-terial." There is little Questioning the fact that for the season of 1946, Red Blaik of Army deserved his award, due largely to the fact that Red and his staff carried Army three years without a defeat. Time and again we have been asked to rank the ceaches In order. This Is an Impossl- ble Job. Look over i Just a few from the list Neyland of Tennessee, Blaik of Army. Harlow of Harvard, Little of Columbia, Crisler of Michigan, Thomas Thom-as of Alabama, Leahy of Notre Dame, McMillin of Indiana, Neely of Bice, Butts of Geor Blerman gia, McKeever of Cornell, Wade of Duke, Snavely of North Carolina, Odell of Tale, Le-Brucherie Le-Brucherie of U.C.L.A., Bierman of Minnesota but why keep on? This Is only a partial list, where, if given the same material and the same schedules, luck would have to write the story. I can say this. There is no bunch connected with sport that gives as much time, thought, worry and complete com-plete concentration as football coaches give. They brood by day and night An ankle, a shoulder, a knee r a back can make all the difference in the world. Those in front figure they must stay there. The losers must win a game or two. There is a big difference in material from time to time but the old grads and the public at large never consider consid-er this. They look only to the final scores. Such coaches as Red Drew of Mississippi, Red Sanders of Van- derbilt and Paul Bryant of Kentucky may be unknown nationally, but they are as good as the best with what they have. 'A Coaches' Coach There may be a better coach than Dick Harlow of Harvard but who he? Neyland of Tennessee can keen nace with anyone. Jock Suth- erland was the coaches' coach in col lege until he came over to pro ranks. Spend a few days with Steve Owen and Greasy Neale, in or out of sea son, and you get part of the answer fall, winter, spring and summer they're always talking and thinking football, still playing over games tney lost. Lonnie Stags at 84 was still in harness this last season, reluc tant to retire. Lonnie was a star at Yale, 68 years ago. With all the tears they shed and all the moaning they give the world, It is almost impossible to shake them loose with-out with-out using a grenade. . Tour eorrespondent more than once has ducked the opportunity of picking or trying to pick the 10 best coaches of all time. Looking back to something over 40 years we'd say that four of the best were Pop Warner, Knute Rockne, Hurry-up Yost and Percy Haughton. . Pop Warner gave football more on the technical side than anyone else, Including the single and double wing, a system still just as effective as the T. Colorful Yost Yost gave football its first flare of coaching color and Michigan its first great college football record 56 victories in five years, blemished only by a tie with Minnesota, before Chicago broke the string in 1905. Knute Rockne brought to football its greatest combination of coaching ability, human interest and personality. person-ality. Rock, in addition to being a great coach, was also the game's star personal contribution when it came to human contact. Bob Zuppke of Illinois brought to football coaching the added gifts of philosophy and humor. Zup had more color than two rainbows. One of his best friends was the late Howard How-ard Jones of Yale and Southern California. Cal-ifornia. No two men were ever further fur-ther apart as human beings. But they were fine coaches and close pals. Haughton of Harvard today is a greatly underrated coach. Cold, hard, austere, he was one of the greatest A star tactician and technician, tech-nician, Haughton was probably the best of all in discipline. As Tack Hardwick told me once, "If Haughton Haugh-ton told Harvard to jump off a 100 foot cliff and he would catch us we'd all jump. And Percy would catch us." Character Buildpr The thousand, at least a thousand, football coaches we've met and known in the last 40 odd years, have made an almost unbelievable contribution, con-tribution, not only to sport but also to the good of the nation at large Not ail of them, of course. But the big majority have turned out a great job in the way of training, instruction, instruc-tion, discipline and, if you'll pardon the phrase, "character building." Did you ever know Dan McGugig or Lonnie Stagg? Ask their piay. ers, many of them now gray or bald. j I il To restore and preserve cane seats treat lightly with linseed oil. Be sure all excess oil has been wiped away. Cloth-covered suitcases can be restored to newness by covering the fabric with a coat of high grade lacquer. To prevent windows from sticking, stick-ing, rub a little floor wax in the window sash groove. To remove the metal base of an electric light bulb that has broken in the socket, push a cork into the base and turn it. Winter window washing is made a lot easier by adding denatured alcohol to the water to prevent freezing. Wipe quickly with crushed tissue paper. Still SsuwuL (Reding The tourine company had never been of the best, and when they reached the stage of playing to tne hmiiv nf fhA man who owned the little country theater, and found that even they left at the end or the first act. it was decided to break up. Two of the actors set out to work their way back to wew York. They were lucky enough to get a passage on a barge, and when passing through a lock they overheard over-heard this conversation: "What you got on board, Jim?" "Load of fertilizer and a couple of actors, Bert." The two actors looked at each other in silence, then sighed deep- "Cyril," said one, "shall we never nev-er top the bill?" Fact Finding Mother More pudding, Jimmy? Your eyes are bigger than your stomach, child. Jimmy That doesn't seem reasonable, mother. Let us experiment exper-iment and either establish or disprove dis-prove the assertion definitely. Half In, naif Out Woman (on telephone) sent my little boy to your store for two pounds of plums and I got only a pound. Your scales must be wrong. Fruit Dealer My scales are all right, madam. Have you tried weighing your little boy? Solid Advice Psychiatrist the thing for you to do is to forget about your troubles and bury yourself in your work. Man Gosh, and me a concrete mixer. GIRLS! WOMEN! try this if you're On 'CERTAIN DAYS' Of Month-Do Month-Do female functional monthly disturbances disturb-ances make you feel nervous, Irritable, so weak and tired out at such times? Then do try Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Vege-table Compound to relieve such symptoms. symp-toms. It's famous for thlsl Taken regu-JfrJy regu-JfrJy Plnkham's Compound helps build up resistance against such distress. dis-tress. Also a great stomachic tonlcl WNU 02-47 Buy Safe and Sound LJ m ; brirSJLS ?7' qmck! 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See if it doesn't help you! Use California Sunkist Lemons. KinlorPERIODPAIH (functional), headache relief, and painful miseries of colds St Joseph ASPIRIN on'. Gas on Stomach Relieved in 5 minutes or double yaur mocuy bxl When xm tomach add emoMo painful, nf f oak Ids gas, aoui itomaek and heartburn, doc ton unjdu prescribe til fastest-acting medicines knows for symptomatic relief medicines like those in BcIKm Tablets. No laxative. BelJ-aas brings comfort ids iiJfy er deukle oor money back an return of hottu te us. 2ta at all druggists. SOUK: "Cap-Brash"App!icstor JUST makes BLACK LEW 40' a PASH IN FEATHERS .. SO MUCH FARTIIM Beware Couglis from common colds That Hang On Creomulsion relieves promptly because be-cause it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, in. flamed bronchial mucous membranes. mem-branes. 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