vvp:lcome NEW STUDENTS ITS HOMECOMING AGAIN VOIAIMIO XXII SAINT AUGUSTINE’S COLLEGE, NOVEMBER, 1953 SENIOIJS ,1^ 90 James Jones, William McAllister, and Roliert, Offiitt will soon sing their Swan Sons. These stellar athletes have i)erfornied niaKnificently in s|)orts during their stay at St. Augustine’s. They are oulstanding members of I he “53 Falcons". Jones, (’o-Ca])tain, a hard hitting and I'linning fullback leads the team in ground gained for this season. McAllister, also (’o-('ai)lain and first string guard, does not feel content unless he is the tifth man in the other teams hackfield. Offv)tt ])lays well offensively and defensively. We must, remember these STALWARTS who have helped keep the “Falcons" outstanding. IVliles Moves To Second IMace Roland Miles, a l!tr>l graduate, and foiinei- grid star at St. Augus- liuc's ('(illege, moved lo second ])lace in individual scoiing in the West ern Intel- Provincial Football Union ljeagu(\ in (Uiiuula. “tlush" Miles scored five touchdowns in one week end lo pass his (eaminate. Mib'S, of the lOdnionloii lOskinios, scored three louclidowus on Satur day against the Winnijieg Hombers, and racked uj) two more on Monday against the Saskatchewan Hough Raiders. This gave Miles a season's total of .55 points, nine points out of first ])lace. 'I'Ih' speedy half back was named to last year's Westei n All-Star team. Me has turned in the best individ ual performance of the season this year. This is his third season with the Canadian league. • Whih' af SI. Augustine's, Miles was one of the greatest atliletes ever lo att(>nd the College. He made All- y\merica, and “Who's Whom Among Students in Ameiican Universities atui ('olleges". lie was known as an athlete, gentleman, and a scholar.. THE 1953 FALCONS t 91 e ... IP — -- - SI J3P 8 4 5 ' ^*7 The front row left to right: Janies Morris, Janies Anderson, Ronald Washington, Sam McGuire, Herbert Old ham, William McAllister, James Jones, Owens Duncans. III. W’ilson McDowell, Samuel Monroe, Leon Patton, and William Link. The second row left to right: Napoleon Cloud. Wesley Blanks. Phillips Hands, Charles Roler, Adam Shaw, Larry Garrett, Leroy Davis, James Smith, Robert Williams. Hillard Parker. 'William Alston, and Bennie Over ton. The third row: John Madison, James Patterson, Nathaniel Smith, Syville Cloud. Earl Richards. William Perry, Janies Haywood, Donald Alexander, Charles Hunter. Robert Offutt, William Nichols, and Marion Inman. Janies Giles is not shown.