John Haffly lost: Milford Johnson to start
1 HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH, Harrisburg, Pa., Tuesday, October 14, 1947 Johnny Haffly Lost To Wm. Penn Eleven The Sportlight ' By Grantland Rice THE ROLLING TEARS (Reprinted from 20 years ago with Yale and Michigan rolling again;. I remember the stand at Thermo pylae The Greek guard made one day; I remember the legions that Caesar used To shatter the gallic sway; And I remember across the years Two banners that crowned the crest, - When Yale was king of the con quered East, AndxMichigan ruled - fiie West At night in my humble den : dream Dark clouds gathered over the Orange and Black, William Penn High School gridiron camp yes terday when it was learned that Johnny Haffly, versatile varsity left end for the Tigers, is confined to a local hospital with pneumonia and naturally wpn't be in the William Penn - Steelton clash on Memorial, Field in Steelttm, this Saturday at 2 p. m. Haffly, one of the tallest lads on the JUnanuei - coacnea squaa and one the most outstanding performers, will be sorely missed by the Tigers when the uptown - ers face the Steamrollers. It is believed that Milford Johnson, who has been going into the ball games for Haffly, will be groomed for left end tnis weeK.