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The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, December 15, 1956, Image 5

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rngmti Five of North Carolina Col- lege’t tix teriior football *tan are thoum here with Phillip Jef- ferton, right, team manager. Playere pictured are, left to right. Co-captain At Montgom ery, quarterback, Ckutonia; Os car Turner, back, Suffolk, Vo., Henry Lewie, end, WilUamt- burg, Va.; Ivan McCatfcill, guard, Miami, Fla.; and George Alexander, back, 5aUtbury. Sot thoton i« co-captain Paul Wood ard, Smithfield, N. C., end. The Eaglet ended ClAA play with a 5-0-2 record. They have been declared co-holder of a three- way championthip tie with Delaware and Morgan. NCC coach Herman H. Riddick has protested the three-way title claim. EASTERN ALLSIAtS DffEAI WEST GlilDDERS, IH IN FIRST HIGH SCHOOL SHRINE BOWl M by Lindsey Merritt The Eastern All-Stars defeat ed the Western All-Stars lB-0 last Saturday in the N. C. Shriner’s First Youth Bowl Game held at the Durham Ath letic Park before an estimated crowd of 3200 fans. Under a warm sim, for tha month of December, the Sas- temers, whose T formation at tack was led by quarterback Leander Oreen of Georgetown, High School, . Jacksonville, scored two touchdowns and a safety for all the day's scoring. Slidway the first quarter with the Western team in possession on the Easterner’s 10 yard line. Eastern fullback Walter Brown ing of Ligon High, Raleigh, ln- tercepted an aerial from Regi nald Pryor of West Ctiarlotte High and sprinted for 64 yards to the West’s 21 before being stopped by Nathaniel Brown of Dudley High, Greensboro. On the next play from scrim mage, Rossle Garfield of Green County Training School, Snow Hill, raced all the way around his own left end for the first TD of the afternoon. Browning’s PAT was blocked by Herman Reese, Western tackle from William Pent) High of High Point. In the second quarter, the ball alternated between both teams repeatedly without either team yielding much yardage to the other. Excellmt punting by Reginald Pryor of the West and Browning of the East kept each team backed up deep in their respective territories. Late in the 'secoaid pario^ with the Easterners in posses sion, Emmett Tilley, Hillside ace of Dyriuun, alternated with Barfield in accounting for short gains for Coach Peter H. Williams’ stars. On the fourth down, Browning punted for the East deep into the West’s terri tory for 42 yards. The punt was returned by Nathan Brown of Dudley High for 6 yards. On the next play. Browning was thrown for a 13 yard loss in, his own end zone by Charles L. Hubert, East center from Ligon High, Raleigh, and the Eastern ers added 2 points for the safety. The half ended with the Eastern All-Stars leading the Western All-Stars 8-0. The third tally of the evening came after a series of passes by Green. On a short flat pass. Green connected with Browning Calvert RESERVE cuyuT iisTiiiEit Cl., N.T. c. iLENiEt wiiHn. N.i pioiF. is« tuiN inTUi Win: for 4 yards which placed the ball on the mid field stripe. Bar field, Green County Training School ace flankman, gathered in a Green aerial on the 30 and raced to the two yard line of the Westerners before he was brought down from behind by WUliam Adams, Atkins High halfback. The West’s linemen held val- liantly for three plays before Brojfming prashed over from the 2 yardjllne for the final 'TD. Browning’s PAT was good, givi ing the All-Stars from the East a lS-0 advantage midway the fourth period. Chapel Hill High Quintet Faces 1i Foes CHAPEL HILL A 16 game schedule was re leased this week for the Lincoln, high school basketball team All of the home contests will be played at the Lincoln high gymtorlum. The Lincoln cagers have al ready skipped through one of the scheduled games, a Dec. 11 meeting with Little River, the season’s opener. Rest of the schedule Is: HOME; Dec. 18, Merrick- Moore; Jan. 14, Graham; Feb. 1, Pleasant Grove; Feb. 7, Hendern son; Feb. 18, Qillsboro; Feb. 2S, EUerbe; and Feb. 28, Har nett AWAY: Jan. 4, Little River; Jan. 8, Pleasant Grove; Jan. 16, Hillsboro; Jan. 25, Graham; Feb. 4, Ellerbe; Feb. 14, Hen derson; Feb. 21, Harnett; and March 4, Merrick-Moore. Promoted to third clast pettj/ officer Nov. 16, wot Wilbert Wiggins, at>iation structural me chanic third class, USN, ton of Mrs. Violo Wiggins of uebulon. Before entering the service in May 1955, Wiggins graduated from Shepard High School. He is serving with Utility Squadron 7 at the Brown Field Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Chula Vista, Calif. (Continued ffrom page 2) of the U. S. team. His coach, the eternal optimist and un daunted by the failure of the first fimd drive, thought that this time the homef oiks would be so impressed with his boy that they would send the coach to Australia, too. So, he returned to Durham, hied himself about here and there to various club meetings, dis cussing track, Lee, the 17. S. team and showing films. At the end of such gatherings, someone would politely drop the hint that it would be nice for the coach to go to Aus tralia. The long weeks of Septem ber faded into October with out the faintest ripple of a movement to send the coach to Games. Finally, time came for young Lee to be off for the Calhoun To Be Honored By. Atlanta Group MIAMI, Fla. Brooklyn’s prince of boxing, youthful Floyd Patterson, who won the heavyweight cham- pionship of the world Just four years after taking Olympic gold medal honors, has been named “Athlete of the Year” by the 100 Percent Wrong Club, an At lanta, Ga sports group. In an announcement from headquarters at Miami’s Carver Hotel, representatives of the At-» lanta sports club early last Saturday morning revealed that Patterson had been wired word of his selection along with com pliments “on his having become the youngest person in history to attain the coveted title which he won recently.” Patterson was Olympic middleweight champion in 1952. It was also disclosed that Pat terson was invited to Atlanta to receive liis citation during the February 1, 1957, 22nd an nual all-sports banquet of the 100 Per Cent Wrong Club. Ma king the statements for the club) were A. L. Thompson, club president; Marion E. Jackson, sports editor, Atlanta Daily World and Moss H. Kendrlx, Washington, D. C. public re lations firm head. Earlier the sports body an nounced that Rookie of the Year Frank Robinson, Cincin nati Redlegs, was named “Alh- Olympics and still no action. Once again, in the midst of his greatest triumphs, Walker found himself alone and even tually, the realization broke in upon him that he would have to stay in Durham, de nied the one big thrill of any coach’s career, the chance to see his best pupil against the world. Administrator’s Notice Having qualified as Adminis trator of the Estate of Armelia Morisey, deceased, late of Dur ham County, North Carolina, tills is to notify all persons hav ing claims against the estate of said deceased to exlilbit them to the undersigned on or before the 28th day of November 1957, or this Notice wUl be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All persons indebted to said es tate will please make immediate payment. ’This 28th day of November 1956. David Morisey, Sr., Ad ministrator of the Estate of Ar melia Morisey, deceased, 1005 South Alston Avenue, Durham, North Carolina. W. Frank Brower, Attorney Dec. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29; Jan. 5 SATURDAY. DEC. 15. 195$ THE CAUOUHA TTMEM rjgKfifi lete of the Year” for baseball. Several memt>ers of the U. S. Olympic team, including At lanta’s filUdred McDaniel, T(is- kegee Institute student, and Lee Calhoun, North Carolina Col lege at Durham, are also sche duled to l>e honored. Calboun is the firit male representative of an all-Negro ciiiuUed institu tion to win. an 01>'mpic gold medal Following the 24th annual Orange Blossom Classic this committee announced tiiat the “Tigers” of Tennessee A. and I. State University, Nashville, would receive The W. A. Scott Memorial Trophy, which is do nated to the national intercolle giate foott>all champions by the Coca-Cola Company. Tennes see’s coach, Howard Gentry, Gentry, was named “Coach of the Year.” Tennessee defeated A. and M. University 41-39. Morgan Five Defeats Union By 81-70 Score BALTIMORE, MD. Coach HiU’s Morgan State Bears played their first home contest of the season in the Hurt Gymnasium here, and bat tled through to an impressive 80-71 decision over the Pan thers of Virginia Union Univer sity. The game was rendered more colorful by an unusually fine pregame inaugural and a dance group presentation at half-time. The first ball was tossed out by Roy Cragway, president of the Varsity “M” Club. The Panthers got away to a m m UM04aa. Join Our 1957 Christmas Club Now Forming! Join Today For A Merry, Merry Christmas In 1957 Don’t Wait-Stop In At Our Main Office At 116 Parrish Street or oiir Branch Office at 615 Fay etteville Street today. Join our 1957 Christmas Savings Cluh and get that Christmas Forward Look. Mechanics and Farmers Bank 116 E. Parrish St. DURHAM, N. C. 615 Fayetteville St. DURHAM, N. C. 13 E. Hargett Street RALEIGH, N. C. two-point lead, only to have the Bears knot the count at 2-2 on a floorsfaot Charley Bright- ful. A set shot by Juniua Pretty regained the lead for the visi tors, 4-2. Aaron Joimson found the range for the locals for a 4-4 tie, after which the Panther* went back out in front and pull ed away to an advantage of 14-6. Repeated sniping by Brightful, Allan Moore and Gene Hudgln* cut down on the deficit until the teams were even at 17-17. Once more Union moved oue in front, but timely shots by Rozier and Johnaott pndut»d mmlkm tia, 2»-28 at the arii oC flw flnrt im iplnutM oi play, two mimitea by Moor* pat Mnrgm to i guard, 29-X7, and tba w«r« never headed tbaraaAar. At hamime Moasm lad, 41-M. The teaiqi were firrthaal mpmt al 12:07 of the seeoad pavtod wtUt the Bears ^wrtliig an prfnt advantac^ at 94-49. ly due to tiia feoclng elluala ti Juniua Pretty the Pantban' but four lengths IB arraan^ (continued on pact •> M KOOf Me. wsnuEMirNUoarai^ nt flOma) BY I. A. DOUOHOmjRMIl Finest answer afoot to his Christnnas gift problem . . . 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