Sport: Steelworker's Boy

Millions of people will listen in this Saturday to the 44th playing of the most famed game in football, Army v. Navy.* It will be short-waved to U.S. military posts throughout the world. Thanks to a Nelson Rockefeller suggestion, Latin Americans will hear (if by any chance they are interested) a play-by-play description in Spanish. But no listener will be more excited than a Polish immigrant who will be getting ready for the night shift at a Steubenville, Ohio open-hearth steel furnace. His son is captain of the Army team.

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