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Oh, yes, I do still remember that, although Alabama came out in the second half and garnered two TDs to our one, they had already given our boys a one-point margin in that missed extra point and it eventually led to a 21-20 dissolution of Red into Green.
EVERY LEAF'S THE SAME
THE HUNTIN' IN THE FALL
Old "Sport" in the kennel is a lookin' mighty spry
For the rustle of the brown leaves beneath our huntin' boot,
Oh! Our shootin' irons are ready, they are oiled and looking' neat,
NAMES AND FACES
?Complete roster of championship team (see cut and SI, Oct. 4) is on its way to Potter. Buck Weaver is seventh man from left, top row, with Chick Gandil on his left. Ray Schalk is first player in middle row. SI can shed little light on Gandil, who seems to have disappeared. Weaver, now 63, lives in Chicago, works as pari-mutuel ticket-taker for Hawthorne Race Track. Urban Faber, 66, also in Chicago, is rod man for a Cook County Highway Dept. survey team and 62-year-old Raymond Schalk, who got in the bowling business while still a player, continues to supervise the 24 alleys of Chicago's Evergreen Towers Lounge. Schalk keeps his hand in baseball with an annual spring-training session for Purdue's baseball team.?ED.
The broken leg happened two days before the broken arm, so they were able to console each other for the remainder of the season.