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COLLEGE LEADERS

Sept. 19, 1960
Sept. 19, 1960

Table of Contents
Sept. 19, 1960

College Leaders
Yesterday
Olympics
Young Birds
College Football 1960
Nature
Boxing
Ole Miss
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Acknowledgments
Pat On The Back

COLLEGE LEADERS

The elected captains of the major football teams in the East and South for this year

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PHOTOJIM LUKER, BOSTON U.PHOTOALEX GILLESKIE, N.C. STATEPHOTOHENRY OPPERMANN, PENN STATEPHOTOJOE MATALAVAGE, NAVY

Football Teams

Captain

Co-captains

Position

Home town

ARMY

Frank Gibson; Al Vanderbush

End; guard

Bellaire, Ohio; Midland Pk., N.J.

BOSTON UNIVERSITY

Jim Luker

Fullback

Maynard, Mass.

BROWN

William J. Packer

Center

Pawtucket, R.I.

CLEMSON

Dave Lynn; Lowndes Shingler

Guard; quarterback

Fairless Hills, Pa.; Greenwood, S.C.

COLUMBIA

Bob McCool

Center

Jamaica Plain, Mass.

CORNELL

Warren Sundstrom

Guard

Medford, Mass.

DARTMOUTH

Kenneth DeHaven

Center

Dayton, Ohio

DUKE

Art Browning

Guard

Portsmouth, Va.

GEORGIA

Francis Tarkenton

Quarterback

Athens, Ga.

GEORGIA TECH

Gerald Burch

End

Mobile, Ala.

HARVARD

Terry Lenzner

Guard

New York City

HOLY CROSS

Ken Desmarais

Center

Chicopee Falls, Mass.

KENTUCKY

Jerry Eisaman; Lloyd Hodge

Quarterback; guard

Bethal, Pa.; Whitesburg, Ky.

NAVY

Joe Matalavage

Fullback

Mahanoy City, Pa.

NORTH CAROLINA STATE

Bill Hill; Alex Gilleskie

Center; guard

Kinston, N.C.; Heidelburg, Pa.

NORTH CAROLINA

Rip Hawkins; Frank Riggs

Center; guard

Cowan, Tenn.; Baltimore

PENNSYLVANIA

George Koval

Tailback

Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

PENN STATE

Henry Oppermann

End

Connellsville, Pa.

PITTSBURGH

Mike Ditka

End

Aliquippa, Pa.

PRINCETON

Donald Kornrumpf

Fullback

Uniondale, N.Y.

SOUTH CAROLINA

Jake Bodkin; Jerry Frye

Guard; end

South Charleston, W. Va.; Columbia, S.C.

TENNESSEE

Mike LaSorsa

End

Hudson Falls, N.Y.

VANDERBILT

Fred Riggs

End

Valdosta, Ga.

YALE

Mike Pyle

Center

Winnetka, Ill.

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ONE FOR THE HOSTS

By Kenneth Rudeen