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Two Kirkland House Juniors, Alan "Iggy" R. Anderson and Allen W. Mathis, have been working day and night to form a sizable fan club for Chucking Charley O'Rourke at Harvard. They aim to perpetuate the memory of Boston College's greatest gridiron hero among Harvard students; miniature Eagles and O'Rourke buttons can be obtained at Kirkland G-12.
"Manzo to Manzo, before that Tennessee game I thought that O'Leahy was only a yodel," Anderson admitted last night, "but the way I feel now I'd Gladchuk the Harvard games next fall to watch Boston College." Anderson hails from Minnesota and admits that he was on pins and needles listening to the Sugar Bowl game over the radio.
Mathis warned his girl friend that they would be going to B. C. games next fall and told her that she was a Lucachik. Frank-Leahy, he expects a Kissell for the idea.
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