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Text:"... have bee campaigning successfully as a tour ing team. Statistics show that the Red with Wilmeth' Sidat-Singh, Bo Stewart, Mark Haller, Bob Nugen Jake Costello and company, compiled a team scoring averag..."
Date:Jan 6 1940
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:".... To be exact, a forward pass into the end zone by Ma- hatma WilmethSidat-Singh. Indiana-Purdue Indiana has the better team, but the Boilermakers will give them fits before they hear that gun. Indiana..."
Date:Nov 16 1937
Publication:Uniontown, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... SidatSingh of Grenville Landsell of Southern and Ray Carnelly of Carnegie Tech are among the more ac curate leather McCullough has connected on 68 per cent of his heaves for the countrys highest In his..."
Date:Nov 15 1938
Publication:Miami, Oklahoma, United States of America
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Text:"... i _________ .___ P. J. Y. H. A. Is Host at His Annual Dinner It Follows St. Patrick's-Y. M. H. A. Basket Ball Game WilmethSidat-Singh b Hears From an Jack Durkin NovaWinning Health Fight Fighter..."
Date:Jan 8 1940
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... of the 1930s included an- other well-rounded athlete, football star WilmethSidat-Singh, and John's cousin, Don Werner, TV ho played against, him. He smiled: "Somehow or other, Syracuse won. It wasn't a blowout..."
Date:Feb 9 1997
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... for three years. Others on the first team are Wil-methSidat-Singh, the Hindu passer of the football team; John Gorecke. senior guard; Norman Leavitt, forward: John Schroedcr, guard, and Robert Stewart, guard..."
Date:Jan 18 1938
Publication:Berkeley, California, United States of America
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Text:"... the only Hindu play- ing mteicollegiate basketball this year is WilmethSidatSingh for ward on the Svracuse univetsity squad years old he is a sophomoie Last he played regularly uhltn the freshmen (Central..."
Date:Jan 13 1937
Publication:Hammond, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... on the touted throwing arm of Bernie Custis, triple-threat Ne- gro back up from the frosh eleven. Custis is expected to provide tne best passing Syracuse has' en- loyed since the days of WilmethSidat-Singh..."
Date:May 21 1948
Publication:Dunkirk, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... of Columbia, Johnny Pingel of Michigan State, Parker Hall of Mississippi, Billy Patterson of Bavlor, Paul Christman of Mis souri, WilmethSidat-Singh of ncuse. Grenville Lansdell of South. ern California..."
Date:Nov 12 1938
Publication:Ironwood, Michigan, United States of America
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Text:"... he is studying music Syracuse's crack freshman bas- ketball team includes a full- hlooded "Hindu, WilmethSidat- Singh, a forward from New York City where he played with Dewitt Clinton High School He..."
Date:Dec 30 1935
Publication:Elyria, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"..., an «id, before being shifted to the pivot job. Syracuse, N. Y.—WilmethSidatSingh, Syracuse's negro Halfback used sparingly in the first two games, has rolled up a remarkable retard, mostly against..."
Date:Oct 28 1938
Publication:Hattiesburg, Mississippi, United States of America
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Text:"... ago, after the Orange basketball team captured the NCAA title. "When we won that national championship, and everyone was offering credit for the victory, I thought of WilmethSidat-Singh and how he..."
Date:Feb 9 2005
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... of Syracuse university graduates learned 1 WilmethSidat-Singh died two days ago when his pursuit >ie ran amok over Lake Huron. Pound for pound, with his e of native ability and %btiug heart, Sidat-Sicgii ranks..."
Date:May 11 1943
Publication:Fitchburg, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"..., it wouldn't have caused as much surprise as the amazing somersault of Cornell. The combination of Marty Glickman, the Olympic sprinter; WilmethSidat-Singh, the only Hindu footballer in captivity..."
Date:Oct 21 1937
Publication:Biloxi, Mississippi, United States of America
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Text:"... Sidat-Singh pass and touchdown run gave the Orange a victory listed as one of the grearest comebacks in school history. The teammate of coaching legend Hugh Daugherty and Olympic sprinter Marry Glickman..."
Date:Sep 6 1994
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... the ball to Bud Jeannette who scored the winning goal. Ed Sadowski was Detroit's top scorer with 16 points, five more than Pop Gates and WilmethSidat- Singh bagged for the Rens. The Rens and the Toledo five..."
Date:Mar 19 1941
Publication:Benton Harbor, Michigan, United States of America
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Text:"... GUIS GREENBERG is laughing at WilmethSidat-Singh and Bob Stewart in Chicago today. The pair of who de- serted Louis' Syracuse played with the Rochester Seagrams last night in Chicago and were elimi..."
Date:Mar 18 1940
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"....-m-Bombing tive bewildered secondary with magnificent poise and aklU, Wil-methSidat-Singh threw three touchdown passe* in the last nina minute* of play to turn defeat into victory as Syracuse knoclwd Cornell out..."
Date:Oct 16 1938
Publication:Monroe, Louisiana, United States of America
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Text:".... On the other church groups are organized which produce hold have speakers and meet Darby said. In 1938 a talented African-American ath- lete named WilmethSidat-Singh had to pass himself off as Hindu to play..."
Date:Feb 29 1996
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... to take that final step. Yet, Syracuse has a lineage of black quarterbacks that began in the 1930s. The first was WilmethSidat-Singh, a kid out of Harlem whose primary sport wasn't even football. Singh..."
Date:May 4 1995
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America