Sport: Scoreboard, Dec. 3, 1956

¶ After guiding Columbia University's football team through 27 years and 237 games. Coach Lou Little, 64, finally came to the time to retire (the record: in wins, 116 losses, 10 ties). Lately, Little's teams had been losing so often that he was almost beginning to believe that a noble effort is more important than winning. But for his final game, his team gave him the kind of performance any coach really prefers: it finished fast in the fourth quarter to beat Rutgers, 18-12.

¶ Just for kicks a pair of Pitt publicity men fed...

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