5 HU soccer players named All-Southern

Date Published: 
Washington Afro-American


Five Howard University athletes, all residents of the Federation of West Indies, were named to the 1960 All-Southern Soccer Team announced Tuesday by James R. Bly, varsity soccer coach at Duke University. Heading the ground is Peter Hezekiah, 1959 All-American at the inside right position and a first-team selection on this year's All-Southern squad.

Hezekiah is a senior in The College of Liberal Arts at Howard, where he has been an honor student since his freshman year. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Theophilus Hezekiah, St. Clara [sic, Clair], Trinidad, West Indies.

Other Howard players chosen for the 55-member all-star squad include Noel Carr at center forward, Aloysius Charles at right fullback, Winston Cooke at left halfback and Martin Padarath-Singh at center halfback.

Carr is a Liberal Arts junior, who lives in Woodbrook, Trinidad, West Indies; Charles a Liberal Arts freshman of Gouyave, Grenada, West Indies; Cooke a School of Engineering and Architecture junior from Spanish Town, Jamaica, West Indies; and Padarath-Singh a Liberal Arts freshman of Tunapuna, Trinidad, West Indies.