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Ailing Salukis Need Shriners' Medicine
Ailing Salukis Need Shriners' Medicine
Item IDEgyptian19651016Ailing.tif
TitleAiling Salukis Need Shriners' Medicine
AuthorJoe Cook
DescriptionDefensive back Norm Johnson also has his name in the SIU record books.
Original Publication SourceDaily Egyptian
Date1965 October 16
Volume47
Issue20
SectionSports
Page(s)15
Digital File Format.TIF (Tagged Image Format)
Digital File PublisherSpecial Collections Research Center, Morris Library, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
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CollectionDaily Egyptian Diversity News Archive (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)
TranscriptAiling Salukis Need Shriners' Medicine

By Joe Cook

The Shriners could be the best dose of medicine for the ailing Salukis, who have dropped three straight games.
Since the Shrine game was inaugurated in 1961, Southern has won. three of the four contests.
In 1961 Southern rolled over Northern Illinois University
35-6, but victories were a little harder to eome by both In 1962 and 1963 games.
In 1962 Southern threw up a stubborn defense to blank Lincoln University 13-0, and in 1963 the Salukis scored a last-quarter touchdown to edge North Dakota State 20-15,
Last year's game was another close one, but Southem lost to Ft. Campbell 16-9.
Two Saluki record holders will be appearing in tonight's game.
Jim Hart, who holds virtually every SIU passing record, will be alternating with Doug Mougey at quarterback.
The only passing record Hart does not hold is the completion pejrcentage record for a season.
The completion record of 50 per cent was set in 1961 by Ron Winter.
Defensive back Norm Johnson also has his name in the SIU record books.
Johnson ran 97 yards after picking up a fumble in last year's Drake University game -won by the Salukis 28-19.
This will be the fourth meeting between Drake and Southern. The three previous games have all been close.
Southerm lost to Drake in 1961 and 1963 by scores of 7-0 and 14-13 and defeated Drake last year 28-19.
Southern will have a special cheering section for this yearns Homecoming game against the University of Tulsa.
Members of Southern's 1930 football team, the only one in the school's history to go through the season undefeated, will hold its 35th reunion before the game.
Glenn (Abe) Martin, director of intramural athletics, was the captain and a halfback on the team.
LanguageEnglish
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