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FOUR WHO MADE THE NEWS LAST WEEK

Dec. 26, 1960
Dec. 26, 1960

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Dec. 26, 1960

Four In The News
The Bowls
  • A rich table featuring the best of college football is set for January 2. But the nation's televiewers will have a problem: which game to tune in on?

  • Washington, the best of the West, meets the head-on power of the nation's top team, Minnesota. The runs will be tricky, the passes fancy, but defense will win this game. CBS-TV, 4:45 p.m., E.S.T.

  • There will be plenty of hooting and hollering at New Orleans when Rice's conservative Owls match their solid ball-control game against the bright attack of Ole Miss's Rebels. NBC-TV, 1:45 p.m., E.S.T.

  • At Miami all eyes will be on a squirmy little fellow named Joe Bellino, who will lead a spirited Navy team against the powerful, tough-defending Tigers from Missouri. CBS-TV, 12:45 p.m., E.S.T.

  • Duke's sharp passing and superior running will be matched against an adamant Arkansas defense that allowed an average of less than six points a game during the regular season. CBS-TV, 3:30 p.m., E.S.T.

FOUR WHO MADE THE NEWS LAST WEEK

Italy prepared to meet Australia for the Davis Cup, boxing's hidden ruler took the Fifth, Green Bay took the West and dead aim on the Eagles, an All-America basketball candidate turned up at Virginia Tech

Italy's amiable giant Orlando Sirola upset expert predictions in Davis Cup tennis.
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Green Bay's Bart Starr (15) led the Packers to Western title with a win over Rams.
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Frank Carbo refused to testify, but a move was on to curb his sinister grip on boxing.
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VPI's Chris Smith (50) showed All-America caliber in Tech's games in Birmingham.
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