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contest Tuesday school The a final to Warren's his with F. P. 105 000 343 000 203 003 302 4 16 B—22 16—44 35 five six for point (35) F. P. 202 0 ,5 730 102 6 S 001 000 000 9 15 6—43 8—35 territory. East-West Grid Stars Of Past Now In Service BY RIJSS NEWLAND San Francisco, Dec, 14.—(/P)—The 20th annual Shriners' East-Wes' football contest will be played here New Year's day so William M, Coffman, director of the post-season affair, undertook to find out what had become of some of the players who had participated in previous years Colleges represented in one o: more of the 19 games since 1925 reported more than one-third of tli 878 players who appeared in these charity games are In the armed forces. Four of them have been killed In action, Coffman's survey disclosed They are Lt. Eso Naranche, of the army, who represented the University of Montana on the 1942 west team. He was killed by machine gunning from an enemy plane near Bizerte, north Africa, in the spring of 1943. Many Prisoners Lt. Donald L. Wemple of the army, a Colgate player on the 1939 East squad, was killed in action In the Asiatic area in June, 1943, while a naval engagement in the Marianas last summer took the life of Lt. James W. McDonald, University of Illinois center on the 1939 easl team. The fourth fatality was one of the shrine game early performers, Austin Straubel of the University of Wisconsin, a member of the 1927 east team. No details were given in the word from his alma mater, except that the army had reported him killed In action. Prisoners of war in Germany include Capt. Jim Kisselburgh, Oregon State halfback on the 1941 wes squad and Lt. John Shirk, end, University of Oklahoma, 1940 west, both army men. Army Private Edward Coen, North Carolina State's contribution to the 1940 east team, was reported taken prisoner by the Japanese, at Bataan. the Thomson, Stockton place Semifinals consolation W. vllle (championship). Star than Alien a success Ind. the a four year. the ball lows: Polo

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  1. Freeport Journal-Standard,
  2. 14 Dec 1944, Thu,
  3. Page 18

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