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TUESDAY, JUNE 17; ID52
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by Buddy Norlhsri
Big Tour football fans are in for a pleasant surprise come
mid-August, when a brand-new publication devoted entirely
1o Big Four football will make its appearance on the news
stands. Entitled "The Big Four Football Annual," the magazine
will be published by TTiomas Alderman of Chapel Hill, who
is affiliated with Sutton's Drug-Co. According to Jack Clai
borne, Carolina student who is
iiFsociated with the new mihlic?- f
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lion, "the annual will be designed
n P1 rour &rea:
nd to fill m the cans left bv !
football annuals that deal with i
the national scene." Claiborne ex- ;
plained that other annuals are ;
forced by space restrictions to ;
deal with the entire Southern ;
Conference in only a few pages, j
According to Claiborne, who j
Works part time for the Univer-
sity News Bureau, the first issue
cf the annual, which will sell for
5 cents, will , contain a goodly
number of interesting features.
Claiborne said that these will in
clude an article on the T-forma-
lion replacing tne smgie wing in
college football, and personal" in
terviews with Carmen Annillo,
promising prospect for the
quarterback position on the Tar
Heel squad, and Red Smith, out-. "I have the success we ex
standing letterman in football and j pect," he said, "we may publish
baseball at Duke and leading ! annuals for the other major
fitter on the Blue Devil's current i sports. We may even take in the
Ehampionship diamond squad.
Claiborne said that 30 sports
editors Throughout the state were
polled in order to predict an All
Big Four team. The results "of the
poll will be published in the &n
&ual, he said.
Bill Brannin, executive secre
tary for the Wolfpack Club in
Kaleirh, has written what should
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Values to 2C7S
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be, according to Claiborne, a most
informative article on How To
Watch a Football Game.
Sports publicists Ted Mann,
Tom Bost, Ed Storey, and Jake
Wade of Duke, Wake Forest,
State, and Carolina respectively
will furnish articles on "Mv Most
Memorable Big Four Football
Game" Claiborne said.
Profnr ArHrf TW.rWorvn
noted Southern historian and of
ficial biographer of George Ber
nard Shaw, has, Claiborne said,
written an article for the new
publication entitled A Professor
Looks At The De-Emthasis of
Claiborne said that the pub
lishers and staff feel that the
annual will meet with success.
entire Southern Conference at a
later date," he added.
Notre Dame students have set
an official national record for
blood donations. About 50 per
cent of the students gave blood
in the last drive. This top's
. Holy Cross' record of 41 per
O - SHIPPING
for Ycur Comfort
As Grid .Ace
by Tom Farramore
Quiet, likable Marshall New
man is the boy we pick as the
"Most likely to succeed" among j
jV J j B lift 1 !
me latest lootoan aspirants on
the U.N.C. campus.
The- Clinton, N. C. flash was
awarded the first annual Charlie
Justice Scholarship, for reasons
Marshall played high school
football for four years under
coach Ren Hoek and was so im
pressive as a runner and passer
j that his senior year he received
invitations to both the Shrine
Bowl and East-West all-star
games. He was an honorable men-
I tion selection on the all-state
! team, and captained his high
school team during his junior and
j senior years. Of the .117 passes
Newman attempted last year, he
completed seventy-one, twelve for
Newman not only was a bulls
eye marksman in football, but a
standout at basketball and base
ball7 as well. He won the rare
honor of serving as captain of ail
three major sports at Clinton. He
played guard and center in
basketball and pitcher and short
stop in baseball. In addition to
these achievements, he was pre
sented the Babe Ruth Sportsman
ship Award, for his school and
chosen most athletic in his class.
Newman's accomplishments off
the field were equally spectacu
lar. Nev Coach Is
Still A Y
bj Jonas Resting
The confusion caused this week
by the resignation of basketball
Coach Tom Scott has still not
subsided. Scott's resignation
came at such an unopportune
time and so suddenly that, as yet,
no arrangements have been made
to replace him. Scott left his
position here to become mentor
of the AAU Phillips Petroleum
"6" Oilers, "perennial national
amatuer basketball champions.
An interview last Thursday
afternoon with Director of Phys
ical Education O. K. Cornwell and
Athletic Director Bob Fetzer
brought forth little information
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