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All over the country, in spirit, football coaches joined in.
The final item from Arizona was written in Tucson last Saturday when Art Luppino gained 180 yards against the traditional rival, Arizona State, made one touchdown, scored 10 points. His team won, 54-14, so for the moment the dust had settled in Arizona and the sun was smiling.
Walter Camp used to wait at least until after the Yale-Harvard game to announce his All-America selections. Modern pickers are not necessarily under such restraint. The NEA Syndicate issued its annual list last week?officially, the first of 1954:
End?Ron Beagle, Navy.
Unofficially, it looks like a grand year for almost all of these chaps. A well-in-advance copy of Colliers, dated Dec. 10, inexplicably reached a subscriber in Conway, Ark. last week. In nine choices out of eleven (including Arkansas' Bud Brooks), Colliers picked them the same way.
THE SUREST SIGN OF FALL
The trees are red, the hills ablaze,
Disgruntled grads are muttering
He lost, they note, to Notre Dame,