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WAYNESVILLE, N. C, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1944 (One Day Nearer Victory) $1.75 In Advance la Haywood and Jackaon Couattao
NO. 8 12 Pages
aptist Ministers To
old 5-Day Conference Exams. At croft
opti-t ministers of Hay
' ',,n will hold their annual
, r Preachers Revival",
"'trk at the Rateliff Cove
hB"Tj,, will be the sixth con-
jve year in ""
Imvc been neui,
t ami attendance each year.
i,.. Hapti -t ministers of the
, ., . ! i are open u uuih
.tfi'and lay-members of all
lurches, and a cordial invi
,Vo !'ied to a'l who wisn
-r...m will beirin each day,
j,v through Friday, at 2:30
and continue until 9:00 p.
iin intermission for sup-
nd fellowship, i ne aii-eriiuon
w, will be featured by a
rtnCl period under the lead-
,f Kt v. J. C. Pipes, general
i ,,f the Baptist State Con-
,i "Problems of the Rural
' . . n 1 C
Lh ai.d Their sugKrau.-u ou-
There will also De two
simi periods each day, led by
. . r .1.
us ministers oi me county,
Paster's Personal Problems
The Pastor Among His Peo-
Rev. T. H. Parris of Clyde
have a period each day to
nt seme "Highlights of Bap-
the evening sessions, which
at 7:00 o'clock, following a
Id of praise and devotion, there
be a series of sermons on Ihe
t Message for Today. ' In
tt r TT LI.
series, Kev. n. u. namiiien.,
r of the First Baptist church
aynesville, will speak on Mon-
biiprht on "Personal Salvation
Social Action." Other sub
ami speakers are: Tuesday,
Spiritual Foundations of De
ny, " by Rev. Gay Chambers;
tiesday, "f ree cnurcnes in a
State," by Rev. Avery Peek;
dav, "Baptists in Relation to
Christian Bodies," by Rev.
Irt Rogers; Friday, "Baptist
msibility for World Evangel-
m, ' dv Kiv. trans h. Lieatner-
-f - 1 1
.- & I n
STAFF SERGEANT MIL AS
LEE GREEN, 2.1, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Green, of the Fines
Creek section of the county, who
was reported missing over Ger
many. He had been in England
since September, 1943. He has re
cently been awarded the Air Medal
for distinguished service.
Winner Of 36th
Annual DAR Prize
Charles Gaddis, Waynesville
township high school student, was
the winner of the medal given for
first place in the annual declama
tion contest held by the Dorcas
Bell Love Chapter of the Daugh
ters of the American Revolution
on Tuesday morning in the high
school chapel. The even this week
ujo trio Sltfrh nnnfacf r,t Ha Ifirwl
e closing period each evening, I "
IVaM N Johnson of Mai a Hill ' 1 uy yuc enaprer. j. u. ivei.ey
Salisbury, will bring a series
ages of vital interest to the
fters anil churches. Dr. John-
If nnner pastor at Wake Forest
(State Secretary of the Baptists
rth Carolina,-has for several
I- been doing special work
lift toward the re-vitalization
e churches, holding ministers
ats and speaking in the chur-
He is the author of several
and edits a monthly pap r,
Next Step in the Churches."
fv. C. R. Upton, pastor of the
iry Baptist church of Canton,
president of the Baptist Min
is Conference, will preside over
rs. Locke Holland
Locke Holland, of Salisbury,
Oeen named homo HpmnTiotT-o-
agent of Rowan county, ac-
inp to an announcement hv thp
rd of county commissioners.
Holland is the former M
iheth Francis, daughter of Mr.
Mrs. Charles Francis.
Holland was aDnninted last
k hy the county commissioners
Mrs. pother G. Willis of the
!" office, who rerommnifW Un
and for the post.
Holland is a graduate of
mans Colleee of the Tlni-
dy of Vnrti Cornll.. Iv, lt
.. -.v.. uutuuiia ill
of 1941. After graduation
went to Iredell countv as as-
rnt county home agent and
later countv aent in Lincoln
fty, where she remained until
marriage in October, 1943 to
nouami, FSA supervisor for
n and Davie counties.
ss Graham Here
pith In County
Jewel nrnliam A....,,! v-
7 here this week as emergen-
i"oa nrndntinn .-J
. ww! iiu cunserva-
a5?istant homo r tlt;.
U Margaret Smith.
Vj a m is from Asne conn"
an as n mcv.l iV A TT
carried a nuhh
nnance her collect PdnrnMnn.
a graduate from Appalach
otate Tearhora nlio
P. and has a B. S. degree to
nomics and science.
TIpxv asciat.Ht 1. X
lelit v iiume agent
Lnt home economic mw wr
ra,r.ln Kw in Wilkes eoanty,
f hile there was sponsor 1 the
r viuo in th aofiu.!
won second place and was given
a cash award.
Those entering the contest and
their declamations including the
winners were as follows: Charles
Gaddis, "The Fighting Americans";
J. D. Kelley, "The Army of Demo
cracy", by John Coyle; Don Hyatt,
"A Tribute to Washington", by
McKinley; James Brackett, "The
Four Freedoms", by Roosevelt;
Winifred Liner, "The March of
Freedom", by Henry A. Wallace;
Zeb Alley, "Freedom from Fear",
by Stephen Vincent Benet; Aaron
Hyatt, "The Future Starts Now",
by James Hilton; Bob Ferguson,
"Meditations At Arlington", by
Mrs. S. H. Bushnell, regent of
the chapter, presided and after
opening the program turned it over
to Mrs. J. Harden Howell, chair
man of patriotic education, who
was in charge of the contest. Mrs.
Howell read the names of the 35
bovs who have won the medal,
many of whom are now in the arm
ed forces. She asked that the audi
ence stand with bowed heads in j
respect to two of the former win-
ners, Captain David Stent and j
Lt. James S. Queen, who are re- j
ported missing in action.
Winners starting with the first ;
contest held in 1909, given in order j
of their winning include: Noble j
Garrett, George H. Ward, Ray- I
mond Allen, Buel Hyatt, Robert I
Ninety-seven men left here on
Thursday morning for preinduction
examinations under the selective
ssrvice system from the Waynes
ville area of the county. They re
ported to Camp Croft, leaving here
by bus at 8:00 o'clock a. m.
James Samuel Cabe was named
leader of the group, with the fol
lowing serving as assistant lead
ers: James Bushnell Neal, Kimsey
Noland Palmer and Fred Reuben
Transferred from othtr boards
were as follows: John Rudolph
Carswell, from Morganton; Jerry
Morrow Allen, from Morristown,
Tenn William Arthur Hurst, from
Newport, Tenn.; Julian Rathe,
from New York City; Gerald War
dup Wells, from Madison, West
Va.; Robert Riley Ferguson, Jr..
from Newport News, Va.; and
Joseph Donald Henderson, from
Others were: John Stuart, Ram
sey Crock; tt, Frank Teague, Wade
Hampton Frazier, Jr., John Henry
Ruff, George Franklin Rathbone,
Alvin Leon Walker, William Dave
Parris, Walter Franklin Williams.
Henry Russell Gilliland, William
Lafayette Moody, Horace Grady
Honeycutt, Herman William
Brooks, Hugh Chambers, William
Venson Reece, Robert Roy Kelley,
James Edgar Moore, Wilburn M s
ser, Lee Roy Messer, Jack Under
wood. James Jackson Kelly, James
Wesley Gunter, James Frank Fin
ger, Fred Vinson Green, Grady
Allen Downs, James Elmer Greene.
Dennis Hubert Caldwell, Henry
William Sutton, Grover Lee Davis.
Weaver Jolly, Cecil Cooper, Clyd
McKinley Reagan, Joseph Ray
mond lilanton, Leonard Elonzo
Huff, Ernest Eugene Lee, Andrew
lames Ball, Larry Robinson, Willis
Frank Smith, Hayden Caldwill,
Ned Houston Sparks.
Homer Bryson Lanning, William
Homer Inman, Ray Edison Miller.
Clyde Lewis Wyatt, Abe Hoyt
Jordan, James Elmer Norris, Jar
vis Homer Caldwell, Roy Clifford
Parton, Mitchell Hubert Caldwell
Faui Lafayette Young, Howard
Edward Gentry, Davis William
Brookshire, Robert Le Gaddy.
Frank Yarborough, Robert Jackson
Whitner, Fred Reuben Moody, Ray
ford Let Brown. Ralph Leather
Giorge Herbert Rulf, Clem Cabe.
Walter Otis Henderson, Fletcher
E. Kuykendall, Jr., Jack William
Moore, Kimsey Noland Palmer.
Frank Norman Penland, Vinson
Wood row Leatherwood. Benjamin
Ray Mashburn, James Ira Marcus.
John Howard Jones, Harry L f
Crawford, Clifford Wallis Green.
Jake Messer, Deward McElroy,
Jason Wood row Smiley, Robert
James Kuykendall, George Hlodbe
Sisk, William Jonathan Nichols.
Troy Lee Justice, Andy Sanford
Wyatt, John Henry Smiley, Walter
Campbell Plott. Frank James Trull.
Edgar Wallice Sharp, Guy Virgil
Grogan, Lyman Brownlow Rogers.
Jr.. Haves Allen Moody, Bascom
Alfred Edwards, Frank
lb dl Nib 51
Plans Completed For
Red Cross Campaign
Carrying the theme of lh 1944 American Red Craw War Fn4
Appeal, and ymbojic of lh true Mrvic af Red Croaa mtm and
omen on the far-flung front of Ihe world, ihla reproduction of tko
1944 Red Crow poster depict lha Yank, oldter, km (ail oquiy 1
mm4 ml kit aid the repreacBlativeo of roar Kod Croaa.
Lions Hear Talk
By Major Brown
Of Weather Wing
Major Alexander (i. Brown, Air
Corps, public relations officer of the
AAF Weather Wing, of Asheville.
addressed the members of the
Lions Club at their regular dinner
meeting on last Thursday. Major
Brown ixplaincd ihe air force in
stallations located in Asheville and
spoke at length on the weather
factor in military operations din
ing the last half of I'M:!.
"The two air force wingv w
have theii headquarters in tin
Asheville City Hall are weather
A mid-week hymn sing is now
being held each Wednesday eve
ning at 7;:lit at the Presbyterian
'ehui eh. The service is being dir ct -ed
by Joe Rose, w ho for a number
!of years was known to a large
, radio iiiidieio e on the program
" Hymns of All Churches."
While it is not the intention of
these services to interfere iQ. any
'way with services scheduled at
), 'other churches at this time, all
people of the community are in
vited. People l.h. t" sing St:'el
. i . an
ami coniinunu -tuoii. j nev --e-- V
direct I v un.l.r tile heal.uariers of hymns," comm. nt. .1 the !? -
the air forces in Washington. When '"' I- Williamsori, in niakmg this
the air forces was reorganized i n , announcement , "and we are not
March of last war these two ser only happy to be able to provide
vires were under the flii'ht con-rot -lull a program for the people ot
command which had its headiiiai-
! tors in Winston-Ralem," the speak
j er said in his opening remarks, as
I he further explained the vital pa i t
I the service had in the war.
! "When (hi1 Germans ovi nan
and in the fall of l'.t'iit, our army's
lir weather ivice consisted of
i scant handful of officers and
by General II. H. Arnold, com
manding ireneral of the army ail
force-," he eont inued.
He told of the development of
the service and how it was suffi
cient now to man the world-wide
service. It has been a hard ser
vice to fill, he pointed out, as there
weio not enough available young
men in the count rv with sufficient
men. That neuculus has
creased by tlOOII per cent,
Pvt. Swayngim Is
Battle In Italy
Pvt. Roy Swayngim, of Canton,
route 2, was slightly wounded in
Italy on January 22, according to
a f.lifrmm iust received from the
Wyche, James Palmer, William War Tj,,partment by the soldier's
Palmer, W. R. Francis, Wayne , fathert Grover C. Swayngim.
Grahl, Brian Walpole, Julius l. further word has been receiv-
Junior I training in mathematics and
and Thomas Earl Rudisal. . pnysics to quality tor tne work.
; Combat units of the air forces and
i ground and set vice forces now I I
have staff officers who obtain col
lective weather data fcom the ser
vice in Asheville and advise their
commanding officers on weather
matters, hi' stated.
Major Rrown also told of numer
ous combat events and of the ser
vice rendered at the time by the
weather wing service.
Welch, Jr., Lawrence Davis, Ar
chie McFayden, Joe Johnson, James
Osborne, Ben Sloan, Richard Cov
ington. Edwin Haynes, Mark Davis, Ru
fus Gaddis, James Queen, Robert
Lowe, James Harden Howell, Jr.,
Bill Prevost, Ray Burgin, Richard-Queen,
Lester Poteat, Frede
rick Nichols, David Stentz, Joe
Johnson, Joe Davis, Sam Arling
ton, R. L. Wilson, Bob Lee and
The Rev. M. R. Williamson, pas
tor of the Presbyterian church,
gave the invocation, Mrs. J. W.
Killian led in the pledge of alle
giance to the flag. Mrs. S. H.
Bushnell presented the medal and
the cash prize. Serving as judges
were: T. L. Green, Rev. J. C. Madi
son and Mrs. Whitener Prevost
Miss Janett Burgin left Sunday
for Newport News, Va., where she
will spend some time with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Walker and
small son. Tommy, left Saturday
for Greenville, S. C, where Mrs.
Walker and son will reside with
her parents while Mr. Walker is in
the service. Mr. Walker will re
port to a nary post this week.
ed regarding the condition of the
Pvt. Swayngim entered service
on Novembebr 4, 1941. He went
to Fort Bragg, later to Fort Ben
ning, then to a Florida camp and
sailed overseas after spending
some time at a Virginia camp.
Food Dealres To
Meet Here On
All retail groc?rs, meat mark
ets, and all retailers of food, are
being urged to attend the special
meeting hrre Tuesday night at the
court house, when M. N. Cutlip.
commodity specialist on foods from
OPA will address the group and
answer questions regarding the
There are fi8 dealers served, by
the local board, Miss Winnie Kirk
patrick, chief clerk said, and gro
cers from Canton and Sylva areas
are expected to attend.
Merchants in other lines have
had similar meetings here, and all
were pleased with the clarity in
Havwood To Meet
In Canton On 11th
A Haywood Republican countv
convention is hereby called to re
held at Canton high school build
ing on Saturday, March 11th, a'
2 o'clock. The purpose of thr
meeting is to select d'legates tc
the state convention at Charlotte or
the 16th day of March, and to thr
congressional convention which ha?
not yet be?n called.
"All precinct chairmen are urged
to call a meeting on or before th'
4th day of March to elect thei
prfcinct chairman and to selec'
delegates to the county convention
It is urged that this rule be com
plied with," Horace Sentelle, coun
ty chairman, said.
In addition to the selection o'
delegates to the different conven
tions to be held, the selection of r
county chairman for next year, to
gether with other officers of th'
county organization and for th'
transaction of any other busines'
that may come before the meeting
Harley E. Wright is secretary
of the county organization.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Young and
two children spent the week-end in
which regulations were explained. TMarion with relatives.
our church and community, but we
an indeed fortunate ill having a
man like 1 1 los. in charge of the
M l vires."
In "Extra" Bonds
In a concentrated 24 hour drive
the employees of the Dayton Rub
Manufacturing Company in
vestnl $4 2:17.50 in War Bonds dur
ng the recent Fourth War Loan
llrive, it has been announced by
Personnel Director, N. J. Tucker.
Headed by the bond committee
chairman. Boiling 1L Burress, Vet
eran employee of the Milling De
partment, the various committee
in uibers spread throughout the
lant contacting each individual
w orker in an ell on lo sen an huh
bond, and to encourage increased
bond buying through the payroll
deduction plan. With rare excep
tion each employi e bought an extra
bond, or increased his payroll de
Other committee members in
charge of sales were: James Plem
mons, compound department; Fran
ces Cogburn and Mary Palmer, in
spection; Betty Jo Moody and Sally
Pless, raft department; Ruth
Beyers and Ruby Walls, hose de
nartm nt; Wilsie Rabb and Carl
Hooper, textile department; and
Edgar Trull, milling department.
The figures showing the percen
tage invested in war bonds through
the payroll deduction plan will be
available at an early date.
Sixty Men Are
During This Week
Ten men were placed in class
1-A by the local draft board, sub
ject to call to report for duty in
the armed forces, during the past
week. In the group were the fol
lowing: Thomas Earl Rudisal, Ned
II. Sparks, Walter Campbell Plott,
Edgar Wallace Sharp, Ira McClure,
Ed Haynes Davis, Edwin Burnett I
l'oteate. James Blain Garrett, Jr., I
Howell Jackson Buchanan und Wil
liam Lucius All n.
Placed in class l-A(H) were:
Alley IKrnest Mercer, Paul Mon
roe Putnam, Mark Hector Grasty.
Samuel Jos. ph Hall, Floyd Lowell
Miller, Theodore Hoosevilt Bry
nut, Harry Lee Vance, Joseph
LayfTate Thompson, Richard Rhine
hart, William Rufus Gibbs, Wil
liam Arevine Hampton, Harry
Howell, William Larry Chapman,
Robert Howard Frady, Frank Hil
Hard Parton. Frank George Jon s,
Moody Orville Farmer and Rartley
Placed in class 1 C(H), George
Placed in class 2 A were: Marion
Thomas Bridges and Lloyd Alnie
Plac d in class 2-B were: Lewis
Gibson, Fonslow Muse, William
Taylor Wilson, Roy Nndo Steph
ens, Robert Dixon, Joseph Yates
Plemmons, Edgar Denton Brown
ing. Thurman Evans, Arville Ru
fn Coirdill. Howard Euge ie Su'
ton, Vinson Harold Pruett, 'lnr.1..
Rudath Franklin, Thomas Fonsa
Swanger, James Horace Leathir
wood, Eulah Dock Ashe, William
Ray Wright and Daniel Shuford
Placed in class 2-B(H), Dennis
Placed in class 2-C, Marshal
Placed in class It D, Kayford Le(
Placed in class 4-A: Haynes
Messr, Wurren Keifer Moody
Albert Laurence Trantham, Otis
Owen Burgin, Leslie Lafayetti
Moody, and Hayden Price.
Placed in class 4 F: James Ken
ueth Edw iid- and Lloyd Marcu
Placed in class 1 F(H), James
Mrs. C. II. Miller
Dies At Her Home
In St. Louis
News has been received by rela
tives here of the death of Mrs
Claude H. Miller, HI, widow of the
late Mr. Miller, formerly of Ashe
ville, but who has been residing in
St. Louis for the past HO years
Her death occurred last Friday at
Mrs. Miller is the aunt of Mrs
C. F. Kirkpatrick, and Miss Robina
Miller, and a cousin of Mrs. John
K. Boone. She had often visited
She was the daughter of the
late Joseph H. Gudger and Eliza
beth Adeline Smith Gudger, of
Asheville. Her mother was the
daughter of the late James M.
Smith, of Asheville, first white
child born west of the Blue Ridge
Mountains in this state.
Surviving are five children, Ma
jor Lawrence Miller, of Dycrsburg,
Tenn., Maj. James Miller, of New
Jersey, and Henry Miller, Hilliard
Miller and Mrs. Evelyn Miller
Blackmer, all of St. Louis, and
Moves Into Rose
The rationing board opened in
'eir new offices on the street floor
f the Rose building on Main
street. The move was made over
'he week-end, and the office re
pered Tuesday morning.
Miss Winnie Kirkpatrick, chief
lerk, said that the same offic?
-ours would be maintained open
'rem P:"0 until 2 daily, and from
'30 until noon on Saturday.
The afternoons are used by the
-tpff members in making out de
filed reports, and it was pointfd
'ut the public cannot be served
fter two o'clock.
The new office gives much larger
raarters, and will be more eonven-i-nt
for both the staff and public
'ban the former third floor ofiBce
in the court house.
Rev. J. C. Madison
To Broadcast Over
WWNC On Tuesday
Rev. J. Clay Madison, pastor of
the First Methodist church, who
is serving as chairman of the Red
Cross War Fund Campaign for the
Haywood Chapter, will speak over
WWNC Tuesday afternoon, Feb.
Mr. Madison will be on the air
from 4:30 to 4:35 o'clock and will
make an appcal in behalf of the
War Fund Campaign.
Two Meetings Scheduled
Before Tuesday, Day of
Annual Drive In Nation.
Plans will be completed in every
detail for the War Fund Drive
of the Red Cross which will be
otlicially opened on February 29.
at the meeting tonight at the
courthouse at 7:30 o'clock, when
all workers appointed t solicit
funds and direct the compaign will
have a final meeting for instruc
tion. Rev. J. i lay Madison, chair
man of the campaign, will preside
and distribute material for th
"We want every worker present
for the time is short and we do
not have time to contact them sepa
rately." said Mr. Madison, who
i.as worked for the past month in
perfecting the organi.at ion to car
ry forward the drive to raise the
iiota of (it!, 1 00 which has been as
signed to Ihe urea served by the
On Monday evening at 7:30 a
"Kick Off Rally" will be staged at
the courthouse, to which the pub
lic is invited to attend. All work
ers in the campaign are asked to
assemble around 7 o'clock at the
Waynesville post office and march
with the band to the courthouse as
the opening feature of the rally.
Mr. Madison met with the color
ed workers yesterday afternoon and
all their plans were completed to
work among the colored people.
Mr. Madison tated that he ex
pected that the special gifts com
mittee would have their work coro
ted b he time the drive nnen.
ed on Tuesday, the group having
started soliciting and were meet
ing with fine response.
J. C. Brown Is serving as chair
man of the rural committee, with
J. Yates Bailey, Miss Mary' Mar
garet Smith, Wayne Franklin and
M. H. BowJrs as members.
In the varlius communities the
"ollov, ir will work to reach the
quota for the chapter; Francis
Cove, Robert Boone, chairman, Mrs.
Gilbert. Inman and Mrs. Robert Mc
Cracken. RatclifT Cove, Mrs. Dave Turner,
chairman, Mrs. C. T. Francis and
Mrs. C. C. Francis.
Allen's Creek. Mrs. Henry Fran
cis, chairman, Mrs. Ldna Rogers
and C. L. Allen.
Saunook, Vaughn Rhinehart,
chairman and Mrs. A. H. Sparks.
Plott. Creek, Mrs. W. F. Swift,
chairman, John Plott and Mrs. Jim
Maple Grove, Mrs. Fd Glavlch,
chairman, Mrs. Jule Noland and
Mrs. Homer Justice.
I) llwood. Earl Ferguson, chair
man, and Mrs. W. D. Ketner.
Maggie, N. W. Rogers, chairman,
Mrs. Wilma Campbell Phelps and
Mrs. Jim Plott.
Rock Hill, Mrs. Claudia Boyd,
chairman, Glenn A. Boyd and Mrs.
R. W. Howell.
Cove Creek, Vinson Morrow,
chairman, Jim Harrill and Mrs.
White Oak, Mrs. A. L. Bramlett,
chairman, Kennedy Messer and
Sam Led ford.
Lower Fines Creek, Mrs. D.
Reeves Noland, chairman, Roy
Rogers and Mrs. Fred Safford.
Upper Fines Crefk, Mrs. Car!
Green, chairman, and Mrs. Norman
Lower Crabtree, J. T. Campbell,
chairman, Mrs. Glenn Palmer and
Upper Crabtree, Mrs. F. A. Jus
tice, chairman, Mrs. Clinton Mc
Elroy and Mrs. Mat Davis.
Hvder Mountain, Wilson Kirk
natrick, chairman, Mrs. Jennings
McCrary and Mrs. Ray Holder.
Iron Duff, Mrs. R. F. Davis,
chairman, Mrs. H. R. Caldwell and
Mrs. Fannie Davis.
Lake Junaluska, Wallace Ward,
chairman. Mrs. Carl Medford and
Mrs. W. H. McCracken.
Waterville, H. D. McDonald,
chairman, Mrs. J. M. Caldwell and
Mrs. Ortha Fish.
Cold Springs, Harry Lee Liner,
chairman, Caney Smith and Henry
Panther Creek, Glenn Fincher,
chairman, Grover Ferguson and
Mrs. J. W. Parkins.
Maple Springs, Cnntain Thelma
Colton, chairman and Adj. Cecil
Mrs. R. B. Hundley had as her
guests from Friday until Sunday
Miss Beatrice Chapman, of Black
Mountain, and Mrs. Jane Raeburn,
of Asheville. ,
Mrs. Greek Waddell, of Ashe
ville, was the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. L. C. iWaddell over the week
Bill Milner Gets
Bill Milner was one of the fit
Duke wrestlers to receive a varsity
letter award this week. Thirty
four awards wre made to members
of the swimming, basketball and
wrestling teams of the University.