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Vol. 2—No. 8
U. S. Navy Pre-Flight School, Chapel Hill, N. C.
Saturday, November 6, 1943
Cloudbusters Play Wake Forest in Stadium
One of Strongest
Teams in State
Still the decided underdog the
Pre-Flight Cloudbusters engage
!-he Demon Deacons from Wake
Forest College in Kenan Stadium
this afternoon at 1430.
The visitors, possessing one of
the finest offensive teams in the
i"ation, have scored 116 points in
their last three games while hold
ing the opposition to 18.
Their season record is three wins
in six games, but the three losses,
to Camp Davis, Maryland, and
Georgia, were all by very close
Maryland, for example, defeat
ed the Deacons in the final 10 sec
onds of play on a 70-yard run.
Roasted peanuts, that were
raised in the Pre-Flight Victory
Garden, will be given to the ca
dets free at the soft drink stand
of the cadet store anytime be
fore the football game this
They were nosed out by Georgia,
‘ to 0, and Camp Davis beat the
^eacs, 20-19, in the 1943 opener.
The victory column includes
''^ins over North Carolina State,
Virginia Military Institute, and
See FOOTBALL, page 3
Nov. 6—Free movie at Village
Theatre, “Bombardier” with Pat
G’Brien, Randolph Scott and Ann
Shirley. Feature starts at 1930
3nd 2121. Complete show one
hour, 49 minules.
Nov, 7—Free movie at Village
"theatre, “Lady of Burlesque” with
Barbara Stanwyck. Feature starts
1320 and 1503. Complete show
hour, 41 minutes.
A Bird's Eye View of Navy Day Celebration At Raleigh
To the Regiment of Cadets and the Navy Band:
The outstanding parts played by the Regiment of Cadets and the Navy Band at the Navy Day Pro
gram in Raleigh has evoked much favorable comment, and has brought distinct credit to this Naval
Aviation Activity. Lt. Comdr. Chai’les B. Neely, U. S. N. R., Officer-in-Charge, U. S. Navy Recruit
ing Station, Raleigh, has expressed his appreciation to me, and has asked that I convey his sincere
thanks to the Pre-Flight School.
JOHN P. GRAFF