Clipped From The Cincinnati Enquirer
Busy Week In Front Of Blue-Gray Blue-Gray Blue-Gray Coaches Montgomery, Ala., Dec. r..Z (AP) Six coaches from opposite sides of the Mason-Dixon Mason-Dixon Mason-Dixon line buckled down today to the task of trying to build a winning football football team in a week's time. With practice sessions just started, it will take lots of work to get the 48 all-star all-star all-star ohyers ready for the annual Blue-Gray Blue-Gray Blue-Gray game December 30. And that'? just what the coaches have in mind two workouts every d.'.y. The Southerners, loaded with such talent as All-Americas All-Americas All-Americas Dan Foldberg of Army and Eddie Salem Salem of Alabama, are out to win their eighth game in 12 starts But the, Yankees are equally determined to stop the Rebels' victory habit and duplicate their 1918 perlormanoe, when a powerful powerful Blue squad came out on the lop end of a J9-13 J9-13 J9-13 scor The coaches three for each side aren't making any loose predictions. They haven't seen their boys in action enough But Ray Eliot of 'Illinois and Wally Butts, directing the rival hoirris of strategy, speak with great respect respect of their opponents' potential strength. Neither has there been much comment from the other coaches - George Munger of Penn and Rip Engel of Penn State for the North, Dutch Meyer of Toxas Christian and Art Guepe Virginia Virginia on the Dixie staff. Fans who like a wide-open wide-open wide-open game, with plenty of aerial activity, activity, should get their fill at this year's inleisectional contest. Both squads are well equipped with both power and speed. Southern, c o a c h e s have a powerful overhead combination in Foldberg, Army's great pass-snagging pass-snagging pass-snagging end, and Salem, who took over the aerial duties from Harry Gilmer at Alabama. On the tossing side, 1 here's also Billy Cox, the Duke backfield star who completed 134 nut of 231 and rolled up 1,610 vards through the air this season. And in addition lo Foldberg, the Grays boast other outstanding receivers Al Lary of Alabama, Gene Schroedor of Virginia, John Champion of Southern Methodist, Ken Konz of LSU, Bob Cook of Oklahoma A. & M. But it's not all one-sided. one-sided. one-sided. Pitching 'cm for the Yankees will be. the Big Ten's No. 1 aerial sharpshooter, Dick Flowers Flowers of Northwestern; Quarterback Quarterback Bob I'ftruska from Wisconsin Wisconsin and Wince, O'Bara, IVnn State halfback. Up front to handle the pass reception reception duties are 6-foot. 6-foot. 6-foot. 5-inch 5-inch 5-inch Pete Dokas from Mansfield Teachers College in Pennsylvania and Tom Watson of Ohio Stale. The Yanks havo a couple of backs who are fair at hauling down the aerial shots Bill Rhoads of Penn and Missouri's John Glorioso. With a break in the weather, sponsors of the charity game look for a sellout crowd of 22,500.