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pagk mi Football Experts To Attend Touchdown Club Rally Here BUKUJiCTON N.C) DAILY TIMES - NEWS, SATURDAY, NOV. 30, 1946 Feathers, On List Of Speakers Coaches, Players, Writers, And Announcers Accept Bids To Session At Stonewall Springs. By RICH4RD MIS'OR, Timm - Newi Sports Editor Fimthull coaches, players, writers, and announcers of note in Piedmont North Carolina will be guests ol the Touchdown Club here Monday night at a grand gridiron rally which is to oe Held at .ituneuait aprrngs, Curtain Falls On Gridiron Slate Today New York, Not, 30. V) College football rings Sown the curtain on the regulation season today with the two leading contenders for the mythical national championship righting it cut right down, to the wire. Exclusive of a uiuslrrooming col lection of. Now Year's day trawl games, today's program Of a dozen or so attractive contents, headlined by the Army - Navy classic at "Philadelphia, wiuds up a campaign that has paid off both in excitement and gats receipts. While the Army writes finis to its third great year in a ro - .v. Notre Dame is out to protect its unbeaten record by entertaining Son then California helore an expected 56i000 at South Bend. Boston College and Holy Cross put on their 43rd annual battle In itoantnu - n before a sellout crowd of 43,(100, with the crusaders look - ins for a sugar bowi oin. Most of the grid action is concentrated in the South and South - wmt where a number of bowl contestants are likely to be picked on the basis of the day's scores. Georgia the only major unbeat en and untied team except UCLA r iho ennntrv. fancies with its Iraditional rival, once beaten Geor gia Tech. Indications are tue winner will get the invitation to act as Sugar Bowl host, with the loser ;n Tins fnr j Cotton Bowl bid. North Carolina's Southern Con ference champions, also Sugar Bowl prospects, meet Virginia at Charlottesville. Louisiaua State, likewise a bowl possibility closes ...m Tla ancient rival. Tulane. Alabama is rated the underdog to Mississippi State the first time in decades for their traditional meeting. The Eice Owls, who meet Ten - i ii.b flrauee Bowl, are out to gam a tie for the Southwest Conference crown in tangling wim Baylor at Houston. rrh. rflflr. Coast ebampiun Bruins of UCLA, matched with Illinois for ihe Hose Bowl, are fav ored tn make it a perroci. ieu in their finale with Nchraskas Tennessee, which has not lost to Vanderbllt since 1937, Is favored In their annual clash at Nashville. Maryland meets North Carolina Statu at Baleisb for the first time since 1924 Ln a Southern Con ference battle, iwo , nvuhnm:i U. and Oklahoma Aggie's, renew their feud for the 41st time. All - S. Carolina Eleven Chosen Columbia, S. C, Nov. 30. - W - The University nf South Carolina Gamecocks piacco nve wen ,n,,ff i:i.sn Carolina football team announced today to dominate the 18th annual - honorary squad. Five native Georgians were included on the first team, iucluS - ; rvnter Bryant Meeks. a Uni - ..iji ci.irii - Tit fmm Macon, Ga. who was the unanimous choice of sportswriters and coacnes pi'" by The Associated Press. Meefcs. a former student at the University of Georgia, transferred to South Carolina as a navn! trainee The first team: T - a. Pnopr Wilson of Macon, Ga., University of South Carolina, and waiter oiai - s. or w fi Plemsnn Colleae. Tackles: Dom Fusei o New York City, University of South Carolina, and Nelson ScIiDiield, of Gil - bert, S. C, weWDerry Lonege. - Jiiarriqf Frank Gillesoie Beckley, W. Va., Clemjon College, and Bill Henderson oi mscaioDsa, iia The Citadel. Center: Bryant Meeks of Macon, Ga., University of South Carolina. Back3: Earl Dunham of Macon, Ga., University of South Carolina; Waif - M Trajan of Savannah. Ga.. University of South Carolina; Bob Gage of Anderson, S. C, Clcmsou College, and Hank Caver of Au gusta, Ga., Presbyterian college. Golferss Select Own Committee nrinndn. Fla.. Nov. 30. (.n A committee nf the nation's leading professional golfers will confer tonight with executives of the Professional Golfers Association on "Important phases of the l - jurna - ment "situation." In a closed session here last night the pros named a permanent jroup headed by Ben Hogan of Hershey, Pa., as chairman, to represent them in talks with the PGA Hogari, who discounted rumors of an open break between players and the PGA, said the new sroup "only desired to see the adoption of a policy which will work to the heat Interest of all concerned." Stirnweiss Heading the list of invited guests who have accepted invitations are Bcattie Feathers, head football coach ai N. C. State Col - :tgt; George urnwerss and Mai Heed, assistant coaches at the Uni - :ty of North Carolina: Bill Story, head coach at Davidson: arid the fluke University coaching Staff which has accepted an invitation for one of its members but Hasn't relealed vet who will mak - e the trip. Feathers promised to bring some of the players from this section who are members of his State ;ound if the - . - can eet awav from their studios. Included would he Taylor anil Bill Moscr of Burling ton ami ,'Dhu and Ircd Wagoner of Cibsonviile. Storey will be ac companied by an assistant from Davidson, but that's another name that hasn't been announced. Hap Perry will come over from Eton, and Wake Forest was invited to send one or more representatives, hut hasn't been heard from. The delegation ol yisilini! news men sports writers and announcersIs slated to include Spurts Editor Jack Horner of the Durham Morning Herald; Woody Waodhouse, veteran sports on cer at Station WTJNO nf Durham; and Tank Nelson, announcer far WBBB in Burlinirton. Sports Editor Smith Barrier of toe Greensboro Daily News has an invitation but hasn't replied: while Plov - hv - nlav Announcer Eav Reeve of Station WRAf, in Ra leigh was forced Id decline his bid hecause of winter vacation plana Memhers of the BuHijiLfnn and Graham high school varsity foot, ball squads will he the honor guests. Charlie Shaffer, viee - pres - jn the program to introduce Bur lington's players and their coach es; anil Arnold Peterson, city recreation director and secretary of the club, will present Graham's guests. Shaffer will present mbii - alure gold footballs to members of the local team on behalf of the Touchdown elnb.1 A grand nrbre for the season will be presented to the club member with ihe highest average in picking football winners since the elnb was organized. The con test committee reported that about 20 or 25 members are Lr the running for the final priir, with this weett s reams likely to settle the issue. Plenty of barbecue - - and trim mings has been promised, and the eating is slated to get under vav at 6:30 o'clock, with at . east ZOO persons exrjectcd to attend. Members who don't know the way lo Buonewoii springs ana those who do not have rides should meet at the Alamance Hotel not later than 6 o clock, Peterson said, and arrangements will be made for guides and transportation. Admission wiU have to be limited rn Touchdown Club members, and the special guests because of limited facilities. Johnny Plamer Leads At Orlando Orlando, Fla.. Nov. 30. m Young Johnny Palmer of Badiu, N. C, who chalked up 32 missions over .Japan as an Army airman. held a two - stroke lead today as play began in the third round of the $10,000 Orlando Open Golf tournament. The easy - swinging Carolinian put together cards of 65 and 63 on successive days for a 133 total, immediately installed ns the tnltmamrnt favnrite on the basis of his recent' victory ln the Nashville Open. nay mil of Shreveport. J held second place with 135. Two strokes behind at 137 was Johnny Hevolta of Evanston. HL, former National PGA chamnion. following with 138s were Pete Cooper of Gainesville, Fla,; Chandler Harper of Partsmouth, Va. .and Sam Snead of Hot Springs, Va. RICE HUSKIES Members of Rice's football team they have been chosen lo play Tennessee ID the Miami urange Howl New year's nay. Lett to right: Don Anderson, back: Huev Keeney. back: fjiverne Watson, center; Carl Russ, hack; Wendell Williams. end: J. W. Magee. guard: Trainer Wlrephoto). TOUCHDOWN CLUB SPEAKERS j l!... - .viV - .r.; V North Carolina FaVoredtBr,Ti For Sugar Bowl Bid Today New Orleans, Nov. 31). iS, The New Orleans mid - n inter SlWrU as.MM:iatioi will announce its Sugar Mnwl foothill learns at 5 p. rci. today. Until that moment, anything; said on the subject will be mere speculation althoush ihe snorts pages lately have been statini: as a fact that the winner of the Geor?.i - Georgia Tech scramble will he on one end of the klrkoff here January 1. It would be only logical, of course, for (bat winner to receive and accept, the Sugar Bowl's S75,0Du beckoning, but lugio Col Blaik To Stay With ArmyAnd Take The Lumps BY HARRY GRAYSON JfEA Sophs Editor West Point, NOV. 30 IIYUA) Col. Earl H. Blaik calls the story about Ins returning to Dartmouth next spring to make room for Brlg. - Gen. Robert Eeese Neyliutd at Army asinine on two counts. "In the first place," says Col Red Blaik, "no has discussed I ibject wilh ..Jiidrflhari - ly he making a graceful reireat." "fiecnndly. it is the liouett be lief nf everyone even remotely acquainted wilh Bob Neyland aod bis association wilh Tennessee that yuu euuldu'l drag him out of Knoxville with a bulldozer." The thought o Blaik leaving West Point fallowing the cadets' unbeaten skein of 37 over a three - year - stretch no doubt came to the football writer putting it m print. from the fact that tramp coaches frequently move with material. While a career civilian coaer,. Blaik is nothing in the nature of itinerant, however, for the Dayton, O., alumnus of the Unitary Academy has bod only two hrad jobs as such ln bis Illustrious run - - at Army and Dartmouth. After having been handed the coveted Armv Athletic As sociation's saber, awarded annually to the outstanding athlete in Ihe uualiug class, Lieutenant Blaik, the end, coached the team of the Uth Cavalry, to which he as assigned. Iu 1922, Blaik re - iigncd his com mission to enter the construction business hi Dayton, helping :ge Little of Wisconsin hobby, and it was his lore of the Yankee Stadium Miami Ends Slate Sets New Record With 21 - 7 Victory New York, Nov. 30 ',&) Yan - Miami, Fla., Nov. 30. (ff) The kee Stadium, the ball park that university of .Miami drew the enr - Bahe Ruth built, drew a total of . . ' t 3,302,535 fans for an all - time high 00 ""r season to its sport events durina 3 046 - asL night with an impressive 21 - 7 Largest crowds ol course were victory over Detroit University be - drawn by the baseball Yankees fore 25,000 fans in the Orange themselves. With a total of 65 Bowl Sladium. playing dates the third - place Defeated only by L. S. U. and bombers attracted 2,309,0i,a paid North Carolina, the Hurricanes customers. hgnished the season with the The Labor Day doublelieader greatest home - game attendance with the pennant - winning Boston record in the university's history', Red Sux attracted the season's eight victories, and tliree small largest baseball crowd wilh 73,551. bowl feelers. LOOKING TO MIAMI'S at Houston, Tex., prepare for practice after netting the news that Kddie Woiecii, taping Magee's ankle, and Ike Elkenberg, hack. (AF BEATT1E FEATHERS, above, head football coach at State Col - lege; and GEOBGP! STIP.NWBISS, left, who starred in football and ant coach, are slated t ospeak at " 1 mi - pouits less definitely to the second team in ihe howL Current gossip has N'orih Carolina's Tar Heels as the most llkeiy opponents, It ihey heat Virginia as expected. They are the Southern Conference Champions, with only a defeat by - Tennessee on their record, and that biendsh partially erased by a siciory over Tennessee's conquerors, Wake Forest. And they'd put on a good show, with their noted rreslpuah breakaway runner, Charlie Justice. game that compelled him to ac - ceiit a part - time assignment as Army's backilcld coach in 1927. Blaik remained at his alma mater as a rather .obscure back - held tutor, known only to the pro fession, until Dartmouth called him as head man in 1034. It was Gen. Boh Eichelbercer who called hiiu hack when Army sm" lts low!st dPu Only tliree West Point starters will be hack next fall hack Mwyn Rownian, tackle Gobli Bryant and guard Jdc steffy. lucre win be a half - dozen from the second string, including quarterback Bill Guslafsan and ends Bob Folsom and Jim Rawers, hut there can't miss being many a time when Blaik will wish he could employ end Bob Foldberg and guard Art Gerometta, who win be fiack as cadets, hut inelig ible. There was not a single worth while candidate in this ye class of plebes. "Next fall's material will thr - lowest of the low." exol: Blaik. "Everybody knows that. ill nave to do so much filling 're otavting from scratch again. But well develop somt talent, of course. That's our busi - "A school can't always he un. When it is, something is heiug none to Keep it mere. "My staff and I have worked with puor material before, and it will be a chullenec to do so aeai Col. Hed Blaik is remaining at Wesi Point and will take his lumps, if necessary. ORANGE BOWL Carolina And Duke Favored On Hardwood Blue Devils Expected To Be As Good Or Better Than Last Season. By ROBERT L. MOORE AP Newsfeaturr - s. Richmond, Va., Nov 3U. Oo'n't be surprised if the 19t7 Soulhern Conference basketball race is another fight down to the wire be tween the Duke Blue Devils and the Norili Carolina Tar Heels. (Gerry) Gerard's Blue Devils Southern Conference champion ship. Gerard has four members of last year's starting lineup on the fluor. Among them will be elongated Center Ed Kollenberger. who individual scoring rec ord for Duke last year, and John (Bubhert Seward, a forward, both all - Southei - ii aces. The other regulars hack are Doug Ausbon, the other forward, and Dick Gordon, guard. Kipht now. it anenars the Dukes will get their most competition from the neighboring North Carolina Tar Heels, who fought theirj way to the nabonal finals last winter before howing to the Oklahoma Aggie.s New Tar Heel DoaCtt, The Tar Heels have a new coach Tom Scott, who succeeded Ken Carnevale, uow head coach of bas ketball at Navy, nud have several of last year's lettermen back. In cluding John Dillon, Jim While, Hob Paxton, Roger Schoblc, Tay lor Thorue and Jim tiayworth. Both Duke and Nurlh Carolina plan interseclionol games. Duke goes tc Havana, Cuba, for a two - game series with the University of Havana. December 20 and 21. face3 N Y U. in New York Janu ary 9 and tangles with Temple at Philadelnhia January 11. The Blue Devils also have games carded with Tennessee, Tech Navy and Georgia North Carolina nn Road. North Carolina mec's Nnrlh - western December ID and DePnul December 21, both in Chicago; bathes LaSalle iri Philadelphia January 11 and goes to New York ,lor a January 1 engagement In. y. u. Of course. Ihere are those woo eialtu several others of the 1G members will have something lo 'say aboiil Ihe Southern Conference ch.MU'.ii'jnuriin. William and Mary's Indians, for instance, tiove two standouts back from last season Stan Magdziak ind fihfit Mackiewiti and wealth of new material that in cludes Charlie SokoI, who made the all - Southern quintet in 1944 while assigned to naval duly at the University of North Carolina, and Johnny Jorgenson, who formerly fed George Mikan at DePauI. The Indians Dlan two trips northward, the hist a prc - Chri.it - mas Jaunt to play Navy, PennsyL ania. Seton Hall ami tiie Mercn - mt Murine Academy at - Kings Point, N. Y. In February the Tribe goes Id Boston to meet Boston University. Murray Greason, wuu oegms nis loth season as Woke Fuiesl cage ensch. will build his Deuioo Dea - Isons around four veterans, Derail Wallers. Hank Laugee, Hicks and Jack Gentry, treason's bisaesl loss is that of Aimer Williams, aii - iioutiiern torwnru. Virginia Tech's Gobblers, pilot ed by GeurKe S. (Gummy) Proc tor, have an array 01 outsianoius players. The best of. these apparently ore six foot, eight inch Center Bob Dickson, who was a pre - Northeasteni College in Boston: ma, - jitar at Woshinctoii and Jer - , fersori; torn, rnujips, lomieny oi land Jack Chambers, ex - nvans - ..illf. Tnrf . rinllece ulavor. Perry Prye, who was captain - eleel 'of the Evansville College outfit be fore he went into the armcu lorces. r,o,.ii "chiiirpf I case will have o stinad which will average slightly more than six feet, two at North Carolina State, viirlnla Military Institute is unknown quantity, but the Key - rtot have as their coach this year Lioyd (Preacher) Roberts, the for mer Tulane cage sensauoii - George Washingluu will play a tough schedule as will South Carolina, the University of Richmond. Maryland and Clemson. The question marks of the conference are Furman, Citadel, Davidson and Washington and l - ee. Grand Old Man' May Retire Soon Stockton. Calif.. Nov. 30 (iP) The College of the Pacific suggested today that it might be belter for Amos Alonzo StaflE. 84 - year - old dean of American lootoan coaches, to step down after more than half a century of active coaching but left the decision up to him. Taking official notice o recur rent reports that the veteran coach was ncaring the end of Ins active wort on the gridiron, James H, Corson, the college's dean of personnel, said: "We feel that it would possibly be better for him, the boys, and the schools if he let someone else take over the active coaching of the team, but that decision has to come from Mr. Stage." Nick Long Of Burlington Chosen For All - Star Team BURLINGTON GRiDDER SELECTED NICK LONG, senior end on the Burlington High football leani Ibis year, is one of the 2' - ; Worth Carolina' players selected on the Shrine all - star souau. The all - stars will ulav a similar team from South Carolina in the annual Shrine - sponsored game at Charlotte Decem ber , All - Star Charlotte, Nov. Sii P) lina players sclcxteil lo play m the North (.ariihim - houtJi Caio - lina Shririe lloul high school football game here December 7.: North Carolina selections: TACKLES: V. A. 1'eanuaii Raines Staton Tied Eeavcr Robert Donaldson GXJAKDS: Hobby Dobbins Caslonia S'9" Billy 'Frank Huntley Wailesboro 5'9f Claude White Moiranton 5'9" Bill Ellis - Salisbury S'U" IRS ENDS: Lairy Demjisey John (jiuble Dick Whitchcart . Mineral Sprines d'i" Nick L0E5 Euiiinglon 5'11"' CLNTERS; Job Church Charlotte Harding h'l Donald Hooper High Fred Polls ivasnmgton BACKS: Henrv Bullock Durham Kill LflX nil. Tack Mitchell Asheville Leiand Helms - Charlnrte Cenual 5'10'' ntho Miriev Mineral SpriiiES li' IDwiidit Marilcs Rockincham S'lfJ' Kicharu toarcl uiarioire wuuji . n itt Bobbv Ross Durham 5'IIT 140 Sports Roundup - Blanchardfs High School Has New Backfield Hero By HUGH FULLEHTON, .IK. Philadelphia. Nov. 30. l1) A story relayed here frum the down Keu - Orleans way says that Army showed considerable interest in thp .m. oar Bowl invitation but insisted on the privilege of eilh - mcr.ne lis own opponent or re - iecting any team it considered un - ! ri.ii - we. . . . The fiu"i course, was pointed right al the Southeastern Conference and its opeuiy - awarded athletic schular - hin . Th West Pointer; say. however, tnai alter me nose w deal fell through, the Army team uted on "other bowls ana wasni itrongly in favor of accepting a lid. . . . Seems a lot of Cartels really are interested in going home :fnr the holidays their chance hut were willing to forego that because Glenn Davis was ;o eager to piay ai i - asiu rABflT.IKA BOUND? Blshopvillc, S. C. Doc Blanch - irds home town, turned on., a pretty good high school football team for a village of 3,000 popu - .ation this fall. Now Bishopville is planning n howl game Jor its kids and wants Rlanebard, Arnold Tucker and Glenn Davis lo offi ciate. . . . Tucker's family recently ved back from Miami to Cal houn Falls. S. C, where the Army quarterback went to grammar' school. . . . Uiatiopvlise, inciuent - ally, claims to have a successor lu DOC in J. W. Jones, high school lailback, who completed 114 passes in 138 attempts Ibis season. ONE - MINUTE SPORTS PAGE. Hav nnvcinnnr. Jr.. Naw ouafterback, pitches baseballs as passes in netler - thall - fair form. . . . William and Mary's dcI - orfut football toam is being con sidered or the Gator Bowl at I Jacksonville, Fla.. and would ac cept a bid faster than you can Player List Here is the list of Noiitt Caro SCHOOL: Charlotte Hardmr .. . Greensboro .. Ashevilk Albemarle lit. Wt. .. fi' . (i'l" 6' Greensboro fi'2" ft It. Airy C'3" Point 5'1 1" h'2" 185 the College of William mid Mary. . . . Gene Berce, Moriruetrr J hasletballer, shouldn't feel the cold this winter. If he wants he can wear sweaters with va lletters from Marquette, BuckJiell and Cornell. . . . Harness herse - ; men shipping to Hollywood Park! this foli will gel stall space free, along with a rack full of hay and frsr. bedding of straw - . After that they're on their own. . . . A miDor leaguer studying propos ed baseball legislation complains that since Ihe amendments were distributed, some amendments to the amendments have come out and now it's a heck o a joh know - bo wants what. HHnois Coaches Scouting UCLA Champaign. 111., Nov. 30. - H4V - Ray Eliol, Illinois' head coach, isni Ralph Fletcher, ids scouting experU were in Los Angeles today tabbing Ihe u. c. L. A. Bruins in their game with Nebraska llle first step in getting ihe lllini ready !fur Hie Rose Bowl classic. I Illinois, the Western Conference champion, was nominated by Ihe Kig Nine for ine nose uowl junket, and the school's Senate Athletic Committee the same group which voted six weeks ago against the five - year pact with the Pacific Coast Conference quickly grant ed permission for the trip yesterday. rUSCOVFRKD GAS. Chlorine gas was discovered by Schecle, who called it depologis - tieated muriatic acid. First use of this gas during World War 1 was April 22, 1815, when the Uer - ns attacked British and French troops with it. Local End To Play With North Carolina Boys In Shrine Game. Charlotte, Nov. 30 'AP) KU'Cii teams arc reprosent - t' cii the North Carolina .iquad announced today to m - jot ;i South Carolina ' club litre Dec. 7, in the 10th annual Sfiritic Bowl high school game. Coaches Fred Emerson of Dur - irfim, Price Leeper of Gastonia and i:.!y Shellou of Waiiesbc - ro will i - uaeh toe 24 - man North Carolina Hiiuad which will assemble here luinorraw for praetrcc, The South Carolina snuad, to he coached bv Waiter Jenkins of ifouk Hill, Jack Srivers of Florence and Gilbert Cox of Spartan - lnii', .will be announced tomor - Only Ccnlr.il and Harding nf Cluiiulle, Greensboro. Asheville, mount Airy, Mineral Springs and Dm ham lliglis placrl two men on the All - star club selected, West Leads The western part of (he slale dominates, for boys were not selected from Kayettevillo, Wilson or Haleigh, ihe eastern powers. Br.yi from Asheville, Burlington, ftlnunt " Airy and Gastonia have already apoeareri one lime in Char'ott'. Memorial stadhim lhi y - arp in? played ngnirst either Central, Ilardino. er Tech. Tech TJFi.1, chool of Charlotte Is not represented on the Shrine squad. Selection lor ihe suuad is limited to boys who are seniors in high school. Probably the on Islanding backs will bo Dick Foard of nharlolte, who plays his last game for Central today against Peabodv, JMasc and Bill Cos, the slate's high i - curer, of Mount Airy's powerful class A slate champions. Mount Airy defeated Wadesbiirn, ihe team coached by Hav Shelton, SB - I) Thursday, and Cox added two mnre loiichrinwns lo his total if 24 touchdowns and six eidra ppinls this season as Mount Airv d through undefeated. L'o.1; weighs 1S5 pounds, Is six - one and is called by Coach Wallv Shelton of Mount Airy as the greatest hack he lias ever had in a parade of good fnotbali material. Other Standouts Other standouts are Pop - Peat man of Harding; Dwight Moplrs, nuciunguams icu - pound luunaeir who runs with a high step and haelrs up the line on defense, and Jack Mitchell, the little tailback who Dwight Hnfstioticer says is the finest high school runner and passer in the stale. Although his Asheville c'lub has wou ujd'v Iwu games this season, Mitchell has been a standout, threw three touchdown passes against Greenville, S. C. The oiher Asheville boy, 190 - pound Fred Beaver, is a great offensive tackle: Harry nooper, die center from High Point, has already made several all - state selec tions ann Honey Dobbins, rjas - touia's sixteen - year old guard, is ante to play either at guard or blacking back. Leiand Helms wun his nomination alter a biihiajit performance against Heynolcls high school of Winston - Salem. Burlington Gives the West an. other representafive, Nick Long, who la one of the four ends chosen. Long is a returned Navy veteran; however, he only missed one footbaU teasou and was fully eligible to resume play upon his Claude White, the 220 - pDund guard from Coach Pete Peterson's Morganton teach was captain ol his club this year, au all - conference selection for two years. Although he has not yet started what offense he will use against Ihe South Carolina team. Coach Fred Emmersoii has two backs off his own Durham squads familiar with the T formation and may operate from lhat popular formation will fast backs like Fuard, Milch - ell and Cox Lo carry the balL OLDEST BIBLE? A Bible, thought to be the oldest extant, was discovered in a Cairo, Egypt bookshop. Its publication es (u tiie second century ana dains only the Gospel of St. Matthew, letters uf Si. Paul, and i hits of the Old Testament - JUST RECEIVED 22 CAT,. STEEL Gleaning Rods Each $1.00 Including Tax RUBBER RECOIL PADS FOR IMS i 20 Gil AGE SHOT GUNS $3.00 Each GUN OIL GKEASE WHISTLES COLLARS COMPASS ETC C. V. SELLERS ART STORE "The Shop Upstalni" 30514 Main St. Tel, 2T1M

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