RALEIGH. N. C., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12. IKI
THE BULL-EAGLE TROPHY, II North Carolina A&T College. Greensboro
de footed North Carolina College at Durham. 28-0. In the traditional Thankwiring
Carolina Classic at Durham, thereby sealing Its hold on the CIAA 1964 championship
taking home The Bull-Eagle Trophy.ll, Alumni award of the two North Carolina
Institutions, which Is sponsored by the Bottlers of Coca-Cola at Durham and Greens
boro. AAT quarterback. Cornell Gordon, left In upper center photo, and Stanley
Keith, iimhi, XCC U«kh. *»u. J eh»...i.i vs tlu and tiupl.h*
and wlitehes donated by Coco-Cola. 11l upper photos, from left, are seen NI C Hud
Football Coach Herman H. Riddick; NCC eo-raplalns. William Hafes and James
Prieo. and Howard C. Barnwell, A&T national Alumni president, Charlotte. Gordon
and Keith, center, flank The Bull-Eagle Trophy, 11. seen In background. Jefferson R.
■■l—, next. Asheboro, represented NCC Alumni president. Charles Strayhorn, Wash
ington, D. C. Countinulng right are A&T co-eaptalns, William Sinclair and Gordon,
Shaw U. Bears Win 2 Cage
Games, Lose To Livingstone
BY SPENCE* BALDWIN
After getting their first two con
ference victories of ■ bu*y week,
the Shew University Boar* were
then stomped by the hard-hustling
Beer* of Livingstone College, on
Sr*'Tft»y night, December 5. In Sal
isbury. bv a score of 79-66.
The Shew Bear* got their l*t
CIAA win In the *eaiton'» apen
er an Wednesday, December !.
In Spaulding Gymnaalum. at
Shaw I'nlveralty by aqueolng
by the Elltabeth City State
Viking* by a arore of *2-79.
At the half-time of this game,
the Bears had forged ahead, 49-31.
resulting from a hot spurt led by
Lee Monroe, Shaw's big aggressive
forward, and Shaw's other remark
able forward, Bennie "Jo-Jo" By
ers. who ended the week s Ihree
game slate with a blaring 23 3
pointa per game average
In the 2nd half, wilh about seven
minutes remaining, Shaw possessed
a —-'ending 73-82 point lead, bu'
tha Vikings, led by their one-two
p '» of Frank Neal and Richard
Todd, who completed the game
with 13 and 23 points, respectively
brought he Vikings to witntn throe
points with about one minute re
Little Blues Open Cage Season
Under New Coach; Win First Two
BY RICHMOND STEWART.
The J W Llgon Little Blues U»s
ketball tram, under the guidance n(
new Coach Harvey Hear tley. open
ed the season with double victories
They won Thursday night in 1
Method against Berry O'Kcilj. then
travelled to Rocky Mount the fol
lowing night to upend ihe Booker
T. Washington Bulldogs in two
games. The Varsity look a 86-63 in !
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maining In the game. But this spurt
was checked by the Bears and en
abled them to edge out with an 82-
In their 2nd game of the week,
the Benrs of Shaw University were
invaded bv the Trojans of Virginia
State Friday night. December 4,
in Spaulding Gymnaalum.
The first half was a give and take
affair all the wav with Shaw going
ahead 44-38 at half-time
shaw pulled to an 81-66 point
lead with 8:30 remaining In tha
game. But those Trojans, who
are receiving great service from
a group of freshmen, rushed
bark rutting the score of *6-79
with 3:28 remaining. The Bears
then picked up momentum to
go on and win by eight points,
On Saturday, December 5. the
B ats Journeyed to Livingstone
j College in Salisbury, where they
j r. -re defeated by a score of 79-6 S.
I The Blue Bears of Livingstone led
i | practically the entire game, result-
I mg from a well-balanced attack.
The Livingstone Bears wire a-
I head 44-34 at half-time, only to
1 | have the game tied 47-47 with 15:03
|to go From that point until the
the O'Kelly game, and 83-61 In the
Booker T Washington game while
The George Jones-coached Junior
Varsity non 49-36 and 43-40. re
Heartley. a former starter on the
same team with “Sad" Sam Jonea
of the BsSton Celtics when they
were both at North Carolina Col
lide. has guided the Blues to two
consecutive vicljiies in two starts
: so far this season But he is yet to
with AAT Coach Bert Piggott. In lower panel, from left, viewing trophies are J. W.
Younge, NCC director of athletics; Kenan Rand. Jr.. Durham Coca-Cola Bottling
Company, and President Samuel P. Masete, North Carolina College. At half-time,
next shot, Dr. and Mrs. Mosaic, loft, chat with AAT’s President and Sirs. Lewis C.
Dowdy, right, and Mow H. Kendrix. center, Washington. D. C.. public relations man;
whose firm represents The Coca-Cola Company. Atlanta, Ga. At right. Dr. Dowdy
i%lilt A. 11. t'riiW’f, Gret*itfclhhu Cika-C ol* HblUing Co., hikA /i<v m
director of athletics. Dr. William M. BeU. The Bull-Eagle. 11. was retired by NCC last
yesr at the Thanksgiving Classic In Greensboro. Previously the Durham institution
had won tho AAT-NCC Alumni Award in 1988 and 1982. In 1961. AAT won the best
S-of-5 win symbol of good sportsmanship. Each year the Coca-Cola people award the
winner of the game a beautiful gold-plated, bespeaks football trophy.
t two minute mark, the game was
basket for basket with no team
gaining over a alx-potnt advantage
But with two minutes remaining,
and the score 86-64 tn favor of Ltv
. ingstone, Clyde Long, guard for
i Livingstone, went to the line shoot
i Ing one and one and a technical
, foul, and with him making the one
and one and a technical foul. Liv
• ingstone went on to defeat the Ra
; leigh quint 70-66. This final burst
of power for Livingstone was led
by Mariano Ortiz. Livingstone'*
The Bear*' effenae tor the
first three games was led by
“Jo-Jo" Byers, forward, who
rerived able assistance from
Lee Monroe, who • tarts at the
other forward position, and
guards Ira Mitchell and Nor
man Joyner. James Snow. Lee
, Monroe and Byera were the
r Shaw will play Virginia Union
. in Richmond Thursday. December
Tha Bears' next game will be et
home against the “Flying'’ Eaglee
. of North Carolina College of Dur
i ham, Saturday. Dec. 12. at 8 p.m..
1 tn Spaulding Gymnasium on the
• Shaw University campus.
be satisfied with the team's per
Larry Spence. a 8-3 junior and
Jimmie Robinson. 6-3 sopnomore
took turns in leading the Blue* in
those two games They have scored
68 ot the 146 points mustered in
the games played.
Heartley, who came to Llfon
from Cooper High in Clayton after
i years, where he won 180 games
and lost 30 while winning eleven
pcst-scason tournaments, which
included one State 1-A champion
ship, has four lettermen on the
Along with Spence and Robtn
•on. he has Co-Captains Tyrone
Bailey and George Holloway. Bai
ley. a 6-0 senior, has an average
of eight points for the two games.
He doesn’t shoot a lot but can be
very effective around the top of
the key with his jump shot Hollo
way. also 6-0. an excellent dribbler
and playmaker is the third scorer
for the Blue*. He has 33 points for
the games played. Rounding out
the starting five is Jease Clements,
a 195 pound. 6-3 iunior who is de
veloping fast into a good board
man and clutch player None were
j starters on last year’s team.
! Should one of the starters falter,
i Heartley plans tn rely on the slack
: being taken by either Leland
Branch. James Melvin. Thomas
Brooks or Robert Drakeford. AH
j three are juniors, except Brooks.
1 who is a senior, and are expected
, to see a lot of action during the
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Three Negro Stars On
1964 Look Ail America
NEW YORK-Three Negro stars
hav* been named to the 1964 Look
Magazine All America team.
The 22-man All America squad,
picked by the Football Wrttters A»-
sociation. was announced last Mon- i
day in Look. *
Tha three playeri are Gale Sayers 1
of Kansas, Clarence Williams of
Washington State and Floyd Little
Sayers has few peers In
“open-field speed and explo
sive," Look noted In deeerlbta*
the Kansas speedster.
Williams “rates as tha best
runner on the coast from
scrimmage, after catching a
pus, *r returning a punt or
kickoff." the magaslne declar
ed. “but he I* even stronger,
peeaibly, u a defensive hall
back against the run *r the
Little, the only sophomore to win
All America honors this year, “ia a
threat to go all the way on any j
play." Look said, and “may rate,
before he is through, with such past
Orange heroes aa Jim Brown and
the late Ernie Davis."
The Football Written Associa- '
tion, in picking the 1964 Look All
America, followed a precedent se:
by the late Grantland Rice and se
lected a 22-man team on which
each player enjoys equal first
Members of the team will be
brought to New York to appear on
The Tonight Show, starring John
ny Carson, on the NBC-TV net
work, Thursday, December 3.
The players will receive specially
designed Lord Elgin watches at the
All America Awards Banquet Fri
day. December 4 at the Waldorf-As
Acting u official hosts sees for
the celebration will be the Queens
GREENSBORO - Willie Beasley,
star fullback and leading ground
j gainer with the A&T College Ag
! glee and who was drafted last week
| by the San Diego Chargers of the
! American football League, has
; signed with the teem.
Beasley, who standi 64 even
and weighs tit pauafc. was this
season the fastest beck on the
championship Aggie squad. He
waa atae outstanding an de-
Beasley was fleam hate Sea
Diego ever the put weekend u
gueot of the club far the sign
ing t treat *atee. Me weald net
With the Charger*, he will join
a former teammate. Dick West
: ir.oreland. former Aggie halfback.
| and who last season earned All-
Bookie honors with the dub.
of the Cotton. Orange, Sugar, 'flu
tor and Bluebonnet Bowls.
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RALEIGH - DURHAM - CHARLOTTE
Inks With Beard
CHICAGO (HPD— Gale Sayers,
who set new records as a halfback
at the University of Kansas, has
signed a contract te play profes
sional football far the Chicago
Sayers established aßlg tight
yards wtlfc am average at U
. yards psr try. He is believed
is be tbs type at ball carrier
ty fallowing tbs dseth at Willie
The 21-year-old player, who was
the Bears’ second draft pick, was
also sought by the Kansas City
Chiefs of the American football
He said ha chose the Bears be
cause they Intend to uso him tea
running role. The Chiefs wanted
tiii« primarily as s pass catcher;
working from the flanker back po
A native at Omaha, aeyssa
ran far UH yards as a sophe
mawjjrnm a jHdtr^islW
daring Us asßega career.
The yanag athlete b a rersa
afthehastMeefcirs te uTmhk
During hb career si Kansas. Say
ers scored 136 points. 20 touch
downs and three conversions by
runs. Tho beet day of hb career
was 283 yards against Oklahoma
State as a sophomore.
Buddy Young, one of footballb
RALEIGH. N. C.
“KING OF THE
“THE COUNT OP
Aggies Won CIAA Crown
Two Days Before Holiday
GREENSBORO —“What we lack
ed in talent, was more than nv de
up in desire and hustle,’* b the way
Bert Piggott, head coach, describes
hb IM4 edition of the AAT College
Aggies, tho team which had won
tho CIAA football championship
before the season had ended..
“We have had more ban players
who had much more skill, but this
bupeh of fellows were the finest
lot that I have ever coached . . .
they were willing and able to
leern,” Piggott added.
champs two-fall days frier te
wHh areh-rivab. the berth Car
eHna CaOege Eagles. Thb dM
net pheee Hu team at aIL They
wanted te win that gaam. mere
than any ether ... and did.
grants, wss “baby-sitter” with Say
ers and hb wie, Linda, while con
tract negotiations ware in progress.
. Buddy, now a scout for the Bal
imor* Colts, bad tea task of trying
to recruit Seyers for the National
football League. It was an easy
Job, said Young. “He was NFL
from the start”
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After s shaky start, losing tb
first two engagements to non-con
ference foes, tthe Aggies collects
themselves into a smooth working
unit Except for a tie by Marylanc
State College, S-8, and a loss tc
powerful Florida A&M University
tee team mowed down one tear
after another. They finished wit!
a 8-0-1, conference rank and 6-3-’
Unlike te previous year
there wps no galaxy as stars.
OUy about four players got the
rave notices. These lnclud-il
Cornell Gordon, the quarter
bock who eloee observers term
tee college's All-time great;
Ranald French, an end; WiUie
Beasley, a fullback, and Clifton
Matthews, n halfback. The
ether players were Just “good
Piggott says the success came
mainly from improvement in the
interior line, composed chiefly ol
sophomores and a Junior or two
who saw only limited action in the
year before. The defense had Jelled
by Jate season and was a tough
crew to hantflt.
The CIAA title was tee third that
Piggott coached-teama have brought
to the college.