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HUNGARIAN ATHLETES: COLLEGE EDUCATION
Inasmuch as you are one of the sponsors of the Hungarian Olympic Tour, which is on tour to raise funds for the relief of these distressed people, we are asking that you add this to your general fund and make proper use of it.
?Our warmest thanks to the students and officials of Knox College, to Mr. Delinks and his agile agents and to the many other readers whose support of Hungary's Olympic athletes is most welcome. For example, Robert E. Langford of the Langford Hotel, Winter Park, Fla. put up the athletes during their recent Florida exhibition and helped raise $2,000 for the fund.—ED.
MURRAY'S BOWL: SOUND COMMENT
These same newspapers and their sports-writers have been the bane of Oregonians for at least the 25 years that I have read their accounts of football contests. They are past masters at making excuses for their usually talent-laden outfits—and the first to heap criticism on anyone outside the state of California. One wonders if they would admit that the same ocean washes the shores all the way up and down the Pacific Coast!
I only hope the writers Murray quoted were able to get the smog out of their bloodshot eyes in order to read your article and allow its sound comments to sink into their biased brains.
MURRAY'S BOWL: NUTS
This Iowa team, which, according to Mr. Murray, was medium good as Big Ten champions go, had just completed one of the toughest football schedules played anywhere this past season, coming through with only one loss and shutting out both Minnesota and Ohio State.