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September 23, 1957 | Ogden Nash
Football is a game on which ingenuity is lavished to the point of prodigality, But there are two departments in which it is woefully lacking in originality. One is its songs which monotonously assault the gray autumn...
December 08, 1958 | Compiled by Basketball Editor Jeremiah Tax
Like its Southwest Conference neighbor, this league sees better basketball each year as interest increases all over the area. The Border's intersectional record still leaves much to be desired, but it is bound to...
December 07, 1959
The leading contenders in the Border area are beginning to flex their muscles and build up their schedules, and their efforts have been rewarded by appreciative fans whose numbers grow each year. Last season a...
December 12, 1960 | William Leggett
Seldom is a team so heavy a favorite to win its conference title as NEW MEXICO STATE. The outlook was summed up by Arizona Coach Fred Enke when he was asked to name the top players in his area. His answer: "The New...
December 14, 1964 | Tom C. Brody
The Olympic 100-meter champion, Bob Hayes, closed out his college football career as Florida A & M beat Grambling last week. He was one of eight pro-draft choices in the Negro bowl game, and may be the best