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IQ LANCASTER. PV, NEW ERA MONDAY. DEC. 31. 1945 i'A P- y J; 1 Xi 0 , ,5s' High Loop Adds Week for Postponed lifts Drawing Cards OF ALL SORTS hy George W. Kirchner 1 94 5 IX REVIEW INjand include all the exciting hap- BRIEF... Reflecting over jpenings, such as New Holland's the rather exciting year which 'victory in a highly interesting we enjoyed in sports dur- Lancaster County High School ir.g 1945 it is difficult to pick out j Basketball race; Manheim Town-a senes of events that stand, ships victory in baseball, and a above the others, but since this j lot of other important events, we seems to be onp of those neces--could go on for column after col-sary jobs each year, theres noth- iumn. So much so that by the time ing like taking a crack at it and, we were through enumerating v hile there, no doubt, are many j them you would be so confused v ho will disagree, our vote for that you wouldn't know where tne big accomplishment of last jcar goes to Lena Blackhurne and his Red Roses, who gave our j more difficult to understand town double-baseball cham- than it actually is, lets just pause right here and say that 1945 was, in spite of all the handicaps, a pretty good year for 8. id coached them into a smooth Lancaster sports, and that the clicking outfit that went on to 'prospects for 1946 are even rot only win the regular pennant j brighter now that the war clouds case, but to grab the Inter State have passed over and the bright Leagues playoff championship, blue skies beckon beyond, fis well. Like the heroes in any book, cur Roses finished like true chain-p.ons. They were wobbling abound on their knees towards the end of the season, but they managed to stave off the rush of the opposition and (to their j c; edit) they took it upon them- -ives to beatack thcincarest.-1-;- hag o gif.s for thp contenders when they knocked cough stamina left to finish on tip. True it Is, that they didn't look too healthy in their semi-final it was for us that the League put in that seven game semi-finals t? ies rule or we would have been cut in five games, yet when thats the proper description) c eryone by polishing off Allen town in four straight games vm their third straight Governors Cup. Now I contend that such a finish, alone, is worthy of mention The presence of Joe Louis and Ted Williams, baseballs last .400 hitter, perhaps peltomizes it best, It is to be a smashing year. There w 1! be vast improvement in class competition. Old men and callow youths will be replaced by experienced performers of consummate skill. And it stands to reason that the enthusiasm of fans will not diminish with the return of genuine stickouts. Baseball, which felt no decline in interest but dropped sharply in quality during the war years, will experience a tremendous uplift. Major league teams which plodded along with inferior talent will once again feature stars. Minor leagues, forced to close shop because of player shortages, will reopen. Watch the Yanks Peace promises to again make the Yankees a team to fear in the American League, with Joe DiMaggio, Tom, Henrich, Joe Gordon, Phil Rizzuto and other top-liners hack. The Rex Sox could become a factor with the return of Ted Williams, Bobby Do err, Tex Hughson and others. In the National League mast attention is given the Cardinals, whose G. I. list included a small army of polished major leaguers. Meanwhile all other major, league teams eagerly await returnees. And the line is forming to the right to grab surplus talent which the Cardinals will lind on hand. Money will flow like water before the training camp sessions are over. New stars who would normally have reached the majors during the past four seasons will suddenly crop up to perplex experts who dare make forecasts. Boxing will see Its greatest boom since the golden 20's. Joe Louis and Billy Conn will bring back the million-dollar gate perhaps thrice over when they battle for the heavyweight championship n June. Television will make its first ser.ous bid for national sports recognition in connection with this fight, for which a record price of $100 for ringside seats has been announced. Thus in one fell swoop Madison Square Gardens two-and-a-quarter millions for 1945 will be eclipsed. Champions in all divisions will come galloping back. New stars will flash across the fistic firmament. plars hope to reverse the English c,alua-v' cause standings oi g.45 - Racing anticipates a bigger year when they tangle with strong and rl0St be ta,e ctd" In a battle between the cellar-i . than ever, with this years two- (undefeated Kentucky, the South- were unavailable none are dwellers of the two divisions, the The annual Shrine contest in year-olds maintaining their form t0 eastern Conference "titleholdei, in mcluded !.hp'e listings. Approx- St. Lolns FIyers of thp WPSt defeat- San Francisco between the eastern jand getting better. Pot o Luck a New Years night doubleheader !ma,el ,10 s,ate schools have not pd the ,ew Haven Eagles of the and western all-stars finds the lat. and other three-year-olds join east 2-1. The Fivers lost a 5-1 de-' ter team a 1 1-2 point choice. Stymie, Armed and other older Keystone State's college basketball 'Wilmington off In four of those f.ve crucial games here last August. This successful campaign was the payoff in the final race and en though they were to lose t'eir (and the Leagues) best h f ter when first-sacker Bob Moy- j not been beaten. They are Geneva, 1 trip e was recalled they still had Wlth four triumphs; Gettysburg, jgling with a St. Francis College ' 1-ft i n-ich t'0- ,and Lebanon Valley, vic-jquintet .in New York on Thursday. tor in its lone start. In Saturday games. Bucknell Leaders Falter 1 plays at Navy; Scranton meets 400,000 Are 1 94(5 . Expected At 13 Bowl Tiffs Looks Like Smashing Year 1 16 Contests With The Pros Returning pntpp,,.n. Pittahurrh- ;t tncpnh'c drlve b-v defenseman Ross Knipfel period was disastrous for Temple, : fourrevs to New EYoVk-.s Madfson of the Reds less than f.T!8. 255 tgf'SSZ wjthSt came down to the final ghowicision to Oklahoma A & M, last '" our boy, had ,he good,. To .J, lylom".ToIl.eSk?S,."f I ITZ. top it off they amazed (and j Tennessee. Tomorrow the Tern-! nc.Iud'n a,. ?amPS through last Saturday. Because standings of most of the Kejstone State col- 90, 000 Will Watch Alabama, Southern Cal. in Rose Bowl NEW YORK. Dec. 31 OPi The thump of the booted pigskin will he heard once again in the warmer climes of the nation tomorrow when selected football teams square off against each other in the 13 New Year's day extravaganzas that are expected to attract a total of 400,000 grid enthusiasts. The top crowds of the day will be concentrated in Pasadenas Rose Bowl where all-conquering Alabama will engage the thrice-beaten Trojans of Southern California before about 90,000 fans and in New Orlenas where the unbeaten and untied Oklahoma Aggies will tangle with the once-beaten Galloping Gaels of St. Mary's before about 72,000 customers in the Sugar Bowl. Alabama Is Picked Alabamas Crimson Tide as been made a 13 1-2 point favorite to stop the west coast representatives This game should provide a spectacular duel between Harry Gilmer, the Southerners gifted aerial artist, and Ted Tan-nehill, the vaunted Trojan touchdown ace. The Aggies, paced by All-American Bob Fenimore, are rated 13 points better than the youthful Gaels who are sparked by All-America Herman Wedemeyer. By Ned Brown NEW YORK, Dec. 31 (NEA) A new Golden Age in sports looms for 1946, an era which promises to dwarf even the fabulous fantasies of hectic, and amusing 1945. crop appears promising. With Santa Anita returning after a four-year shutdown and setting the pace there will be a general increase in purses. Football, with the Army still loaded and spearheaded by Doc Blanchard and Junior Davis, will reach a new peak, with competition keener because of more explosive power on the other side of the fence. Two Pro Grid Loops Professional football will rise to at Philadelphia's Convention Hall. hpgjn PIa' tbls season. St. Joseph's string of four!"1" straight victories was broken byidettsiburg the University of North Carolina, 'Lebanon valley w. 1 2 1 4 3 3 3 the head of any review and 47-36 also Saturday night and Joseph's hen you combine it with thebe Hawks ate booming for a pP'JinfvivalifI, u,,,.bf,Uncp-hack ,0 Winning ways Scranton 1... .) r.-ny int. renting happenings against Wyoming in the finale of s. Vincent's t.iat took place out there on' the Convention Hall bargain bill. ?Lmanha ht0" n ? Both Kentucky and Wyoming have pn state 3 won seven Straight. jB'icknell !.!!!!!!! 3 Penn Beaten Once Westminster 3 S'umpf, field all last spring, summer and fall, youve got something to talk about for months. Penns Quakers w ere pushpd pfttfburgh from the unbeaten lists by Cornell Lafa'ece . 1 course, we cant overlook two weeks ago, but came up off Allegheny 1 f. & m.'s undefeated foot-!tbe flor f dpfpa! wa!1p tbe, vXnova w:::;:;:;- 2 . ,. , , , Princeton Tiger 66-30 ten davs ago. Is,,nn,.h!,nns f tall team which Duke Schau andThe Red and Blue S idle unijl Sat-F 1 m 1 -Xananas SantanipHo assembled urday when it tangles with an in- Lehigh 1 from a group of green Navy ,vadiaS Dartmowh five 0 t.,in Th f f th t th ni J 5 Ulanova, like Temple, lost two Grove city 0 i.inees. ine fact tnat the Dips straight in a spirit of Christmas st Francis 0 v ere tied by Swarthmore in their charity bowing to the U. S. Mer- i 2 five-game schedule doesnt erase chant Marine Academy and Yale.l AibnghTrg 0 c-.e bit of the glory the fans thowered on them for beating Ewarthmore, Ursinus, Muhlenberg and a very good University of Connecticut team that produced the east's high scoring s.ar in Walt Trojanowski, who, Incidentally, couldnt garner a point or gain much ground here, ball Then too, Woody S p o n-eugles highly-improved Mc-Caskey High football comes in for a great deal cf discussion and glory and this L. 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 3 1 1 1 1 4 2 3 3 5 1 1 1 2 4 4 rcT. Icision to Hershey on Saturday. 1 000' Thp lineups: 1000 Providence Hershev 1 000 Bell G Damore .80) 1 Anderson L D L.au?on .750 KMDfel R D. Drummond 750 McComb C Mano About 60,000 fans will see dream squads in action. Crusaders Underdogs Despite that Holy Cross triple threat, ailing Stan Koslowski, is 70 Lemeux L w Sm:h almost certain to start, the once- 'W7',XfeVsbb.t kSveirt nd K?btn Crusaders are 12 point horses vision. In a strong The new handicap di-two-year-old Postponed In 1st Half Only Manheim Twp., Columbia Able to-Keep on Schedule By Barbara Miller An extra week may be added to the schedule of the County High School Basketball League at the close of the second half in February, R. L. Eshleman. assistant superintendent of county schools and director of the League, said today. The announcement was made following the cancellation due to sickness, of 16 of the 39 games unprecedented heights, with teams I scheduled for December, battling in two leagues, the Na- Two weeks remain in the first half of the schedule, with 18 games (lined up for the 20 teams competing for sectional laurels. Although arrangements concerning the making up of unplayed games are left in th hands of the individual schools, it will be impossible for all teams to complete their schdules before the start of the second half of the season, on Jan. 15, Eshleman said, adding that no changes will be made in the dates of games arranged for next month. Only two quintets, those representing Manheim Twp. and Co-lumbia, have played ell their league games. The NeffsvUle boys, with an unblemished record of five straight wins, lead Section II, while two teams are tied for first place in both of the other sections. East Hempfield, having met four of its five scheduled opponents, and Rothsville, with a single game in five played, remain undefeated In Section I. In Section III, East Lampeter, w'ith one postponement out of three, and Paradise, with two out of its three games postponed, have maintained their 1,000 scores. Section I, hardest hit by the recent epidemic, was forced to call off seven of its 15 scheduled games; four of the same number remain unplaved in Section II, and Section III has had five postponements out of nine. With the exception of Rothsville, which has and! fur games to make up, and Manheim Twp. and Columbia, which have up-to-date records, each team must meet one or two additional opponents before an accurate record of sectional standings may be compiled. Its still anyone's race," seems to be the unanimous feeling of the loopers even the seven quintets which have not yet chalked up any wins remain optimistic about the second half of the card, and all 20 teams will be primed for action for the post-holiday tilts on the next two Fridays which complete the first half of the schedule. tional and the new All-America Conference. This situation is expected to ultimately develop into a World Series comparable to that of baseball. In golf, tennis, automobile racing, fixtures that were discontinued during the war years will be resumed in full blast with old and new stars vieing for supremacy. Byron Nelson, Ben Hogan and Jug MoSpaden are among the more formidable for the U. S. Open to be held June 13-15 at Clevelands Canterbury. Fred Haas will be a favorite In the National Amateur. Davis Cup competition is to be resumed w'ith Australia, the defending nation, possessing a new headliner in young Dinny Pails in addition 'to Adrian Quist John Bromwich. Great things are expected of Leslie MacMitcliell as the indoor track season rolls along. Sprinters Buddy Young and Barney Ewell are swifter than ever. Doc Blanchard will once more be the unusual combination of sprinter and shotputter. Hal Davis is expected back from Australia in time for the outdoor season. Bill Bangert is around and about for the shot and discus- Cornelius War-merdam is again warming up his vaulting pole. Therell he much to see and read about in 1946. ,fi7 1 .son LTiaitre I underdogs to M.amis Hurricanes in j 'the Orange Bowl 1 (crowd is expected. After Jan. 1st r.nn! Providence spares- Mancuso, Gagne,, tup Oranee Bowl where a 36.000' "1 Lavoie, Bedard, Bellemarre. Scherza, lne uwi vuieie 'finn W?.rwick. Roubell, Kampman j71 ,500 son Allentown High Again On Top For State Race HARRISBURG, Dec. 31 (A) Pennsylvania's scholastic basket-teams wound up pre-league campaigning over the week-end w-ith Allentown, Sharon, and War-team ren setting a fast pac for the title contenders. Allentown, defending State eham-Lads to the conclusion that it pion, opens the Eastern Penns.vl-nally was too bad that Johnivania Conference race at Bethle-Harris had to beat it for the only )be, JdaF a rpcr,d of s x loss in ten games. straight wins and a point scoring mark of 293. Sharon, its 8th straight win, a 43-38 victory over Donora, last ti,. year's Western champions, has tal- mmng the county champion-pied 3 pomts warren, also with sup, the diadem in that Tri-( eight consecutive victories, has County League and coming up scored 315 points, v ith a team that swept aside all Bobby Riggs Wins SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Dec. 31. (49 Bobby Riggs defeated Fred Perry to win the Santa Bar-hara invitational professional tennis tournament yesterday, 4-6, 6-1, 7-5, 6-3. Bill Tilden and Lester Stoefen won the doubles title from Riggs and John Faunce, 7-5, 1-6, 2-6. 8-6, 15-13 in a contest that lasted three hours, with most of the final set played under lights. Says No Major College 5 To Go Unbeaten NEW YORK, Dec. 31 Pi- Kentucky coach Adolph Rupp says no major basketball team will go John Harris Beaten The defeat of Donora was one (through a season unbeaten but opposition. W hen you do that you , of the upsets of the week-end. his own Wildcats are out to prove just have to rate with the leaders i snared only by the 30-28 overtime (that he's wrong Warwick. Roubell. Hershey spares: Rozzini, Robertson. Jenn.ngs. Gooden, Cooper, O'Neil, Shew-1 .. t ono cuk. Buiier . ,es the once-beaten Texas Dong First period scoring Providence, Me- horns, champions of the Southwest .500 Comb (Jamieson) 06 2 Providence, La- aoainct thrire-heaten .son vote (Kampman. Roubell) 18.30. Pen- conference, againsi tnrice Deaien a. es Rozzmi. Buiier (Missouri, the big six king, with 333 Second period scoring: 3 Hershey,! Tpv.. in.noint favorite. The 2-,o Rozz-m (Robertson, Jennings) :38. 4 feXBS a Ia,' 1 L 230 Hersnev, Robertson (unassisted) 5:38;lgame is expected to draw 45,000. 'i67'?T'HJshe'1 sX1,h (unassisted) 7-15: A- - Georgia - Favored w Providence, Gagne (Anderson, Lavoie) . . . . ?Cpl8 49 Penalties Kmfpel, RoberLson Charley Tnppi and his Georgia 000 . third period scoring- 7 Herhev, Bui- mates have been given a 5 1-2 ooo er (Marin. Smith) 8 24: 8 Provdence, Ti.ic m tho HI ,000 Gagne (Mancusro, Knipfel) 9 37; 9 1 Point edge over Tulsa in the Ol .ooo i providence, Knipfel (Lavoie) 14:43. Pen- Bowl at Houston. Both teams were ooo aitv Roubell. ' defeated twice but a crowd 27,000 is expected. Crowds of 15,000 are expected for the Sun Bowl fray at El Paso, Tex. matching Denver against New Mexico; at the Gator Bowl at Jacksonville, Fla., where Wake Forest will encounter South Carolina; and for the Raisin Bowl tilt at Fresno. Calif., where Drake will engage Fresno State. Other Bowl Games Between 5.000 and 7.000 fans are expected to turn out for Birming. ham's Vulcan Bowl contest between Tennessee Slate and Texes College, Jacksonvilles Flower Bow game between Louisiana Normal and Lane College; Orlandos Azalea Bowl where Knoxville College and Florida N & I meet and Miamis Coconut Bowl game between Beth-une-Cookman College and Albany (Ga.) State Teachers. In the first post-season game, a group of northern all-stars took advantage of the southern teams fumbling to score a 26-0 upset victory in the eighth annual blue-gray game played before a nearcapacity crowd of 20,000 In Montgomery. Ala. and the Pretzels take their place with good measure. triumph of Harrisburg Catholic The unbeaten Wildcats turned STATE COLLEGE, Pa.. Dec. 31 fP Penn State College had a number of individual heroes during 1945, and won one team championship when the gymnastic squad outclassed all opposition. Lsed among the individuals who broke into the sports spotlight were boxing coach Leo Houck, soccer coach Bill Jeffrey, and trainer Jack Hulme, who all went overseas on special Army assignments. Nick Thiel, lacrosse coach, was voted the man who did the most for this sport in 1945. Steve Greene, crippled Philadelphia -outh, successfully defended h's rope climb title in the National AAU championships. Johnny Hamilton, Rochester Mills Naval trainee, brought Penn State a place on the soccer All-America for the 20th consecutive year. over John Harris of Harrisburg Un one of the best hoop perform Bradford stayed in the battle, ances in years in Madison 8quare B , 1 for the Western f hamp onship byGardPn Saturday night when they UT we cant overlook baspball, 'crushing Farrell 42-25; Shatpsville, crushed St. John's of Brooklyn 73-track, tennis, golf and the,,asl Pars State semi-finalist, beat 59, The triumph ran Kentuckys nthor cnrtrf c .bo I Middlesex 36-23; New Castle ' victory string to seven, other -ports, p.ajed b the col- took thp mPa,urp of Mones'en 34- The soutnerners from Kaintuck leges, the schools, and the ama-131, and unbeaten Cathedral Prep were far more impressive than feurs and rot to mention Tick of r,p made it six stra ght by (the national defending champion Hursts MeCaskev kids who Midrreek 31-27. .Oklahoma Aggies, who defeated Tuiv ml, Easton Beats Lebanon (Long Island 49-33 in the same Off with thp PIAA District 3j Easton Lebanon 39-24 Lan- arena two Hpnks ago. wrestling crown and added a few caster turned back Pottsvilie 33-( St, John's, with huge Harrv Boy- individual championships to their 4V'2lW1,l?,mdpf'nnedf lllPrsbUre,,k0f 27 PnfS- bpld Kpn- ... ., , , ,43-26, Miriam Penn of Hamsburg turky fa:rlv even for 30 minutes, credit would he to overlook fac- stopped Hershej Indunal 41-36;, hut the W.ldcat literally ran tors that are just too important and Williamsport outclassed Hazle awa from the Redmen in the to miss The same goes for those1 'P 43-3. final 10 m nutes. ro mi.s. rne same goes tor tnose in thp only Sunday game or. the The Kaintuoks go after their McCaskey track stars w ho turned srhodulp unbeaten Allentown CA"- eighth and ninth triumphs this out to be champions last Spring. !,ra( Catholic, winners of 'ast year's w-eek clashing with tough Temple Bowl Games, Times, Broadcasts However, if we w ere to go back 3 Catholic title, rol'ed up score on Scranton Prep. AMERICAN LEAGUE HOCKEY TUE., Jan. 1st, 8 PM BUFFALO vs. limm DI8R3 For TICKETS PHONE 268 HERSHEY or at KIRK JOHNSON & CO. 16 West King St. (No Teiepkofi rtervt-eei t Agency ICE SKATING TON!tE I RM, HOLY CKOkS FAD SICK Miami, Fla iJPi The Holy Coss football camp, besieged by illnes,s .since the team arrived Monday for the Orange Bowl game with Miami on New Years Day. was hit hard when left end James Dieck-eirr.an was sent to bed with a cold and a fever. in Philadelphia New Year's Day and once-bcaten Oh'o Univers ty at homp Jan. 5, Dp Paul, beaten hy tne Aggies for the national championship a year ago, was th victim of a stunning unset Saturday, bowing to Illinois 56-37, NEW YORK, Dec. 31 (JP) Here is the lineup of New Years Day football games, with teams, sites, won-lost-tie records (in brackets). Kickoff time, estimated attendance and network broadcast times: (all times listed are E. S. T.l: Rose Bowl at Pasadena, Calif., Alabama (8-0-0) vs. Southern California (7-3-0), 5 p. m., 90,000, NBC, 4:45 p. m, (WGAL will broadcast this game. 1490 on your d'al). Sugar Bowl at New Orleans, Oklanoma A & M (8-0-0) vs. St. Marys (7-1-0), 3 p. m., 72.000 ABC (American), 2:45 p. m. East-West game at San Francisco, 5 p. m. 60,000 MRS, 4:45 p. m. Cvange Bowl at M'ami. Holy Cross (8-1-0) vs Miami (Fla.) 8-1-1), 2 p. m , 36.000.CBS, 1:45 p. m. Lane College 5-1-0), 2:30 p. m., 6,000. Azalea Bowl at Orlando, frla., Knoxville College (4-5-0) vs Florida N & I (6-1-0), 2:30 p. m., 7,000. Coconut Bowl at Miami, Fla., Bethhune-Cookman College (7-3-0), vs Albany (Ga.) State Teachers (6-4-0), 2 p. m., 5,000. Sports Mirror . L. J. C. C. A. TRH MPHH le. J. C. C. A Clippers r FI Tl oi FI Tl M Czvant F ft i 1ft Duk F 0 0 0 0 10 Snodgr s F 6 1 15 C 2 0 4 .rrdzin G 0 0 12 Srnm kle G 3 0 0 P Kessn rM W Benn C 7 R Pror G 2 R n G 8 1 Singer F 0 . S Lipn-an G 0 l Kahn F 0 B Levine C 3 REFUSES TO STAY HOME Abuquerque, N. M !.Pi -Despite a painfu. day-old kn injury, plucky Lou Cullen refused to be left at home Sunday as the New Mexico Lobos departed for the Sun Bow! game w-ith Denver University in El Paso. By The Associated Press Today yr ago Bill Voiselle, the New York Giants 20-game winning pitcher, was awarded the Chicago baseball wrilers award as the rookie of the year. ifi Three years ago Jockey Johnny Cotton Bowl at Dallas, Missouri I Adams rode two winners at Tro-! (6-3-01 vs Texas (9-1-0), 2:15 pjpmal Park to bring his season's torn.. 45.000, MBS. 2 p. m. I tel to 245 victories. ! Oil Bowl at Houston, Tex, Geor-i Five years ago The New York ga (8-2-0) vs Tulsa (7-2-0), 2.30 (Yankees sold pitcher Monte Pear- (p. m. 27,000. i son to Cincinnati for $20,000 and Sun Bowl at El Paso, Tex.. Den- infielder Don Lang, ver (4-4-1), vs New Mexico, (5-1-1), NOW EVERYBODY CAN BUY BRAND NEW n finis i 20 plus tax 6.00x16 Get Em While Weve Got Em! They're here today ... a limited quantity of the world's first choice tires; sturdy Goodyear DeLuxe tires, shown by tests to deliver longest tread wear . . . more miles for your money. Come early, be lucky. Get a Goodyear DeLuxe todayl - MTl R D 4 Y NIGHT HOCKEY Hfrshev 5, St Louis ! IrH 8 PHtburgh 3 Buffalo 5. Cleveland 3 m ixooo ARC , Ten years ago W. Lawson Little m ln.OOO, ABS, (Associated), ,Jr flWardpd the Sulhvan Me. morial trophy as the outstanding amateur of 19.35. Toal Z2 2 68 Score t" pe-.ods: L J C C A CLIPPERS Referee B Volk. Totals 3 25 15 S 20 21 04 e 4 1025 SCHOLASTIC BASKETBALL (By The 4soe!a!4 Pres.) S Jus-in ;4, S Ja es 2". AV-ct.i Central Cat.ooue 43. Scran ton vrep 13 4 p, 4 p. m. Gator Bowl at Jacksonville, Fla.. Wake Forest (3-3-1), vs South Carolina (2-3-3). 2:30 p. m.. 14,000. Raisin Bowl at Fresno, Calif., Drake (4-4-1) vs Fre'no State (4-5-2), 4 p. m 15.000. 1 Vulcan Bowl at Birmingham. Ala.. 'Tennessee State (7-2-0), vs Texas College (6-2-1), 3.30 p. m. 6 500. Flower Bowl at Jacksonville, FI., Louisiana Normal (8-2-0) CORDEIRO ILL Edgewatcr Park. Miss (A) The liners of Charles "Spike" Cordeiro. star halfback, dampened enthusiasm in the training camp of St. Mary's Gaels Sunday. The Gael rret Oklahoma A. and M. m the Sugar Bowl January 1 ' s v w V N x v ' v LEBZELTERS 237-241 N. Queen St., Lancaster, Pa. Phone 5161 !! rt H : v 1 j , - - 's' (. ' n ' '---x ' I O' ' ' - YX

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