The Edward Little basketball team, which after winning its three home games by big scores, should be able with a little more coaching to do exceptionally good work and may make a Massachusetts trip before the season is over. If it does, this will be the first time that such a trip has been made.

It is understood that the school authorities and Principal Sisk are favorable to the proposition, if it is well managed. A game can be secured with Tufts College, second team at Medford, and if others with prep schools about Boston can be secured, the trip may be made.

50 years ago, 1958

“Not busy, just an ordinary day,” was the report last night from the Auburn office of the Maine Automobile Registration Bureau.

Gone this year at the Auburn office is the year-end rush for new driving licenses but the office expects it will have the usual rush near the end of February on registration plates. Thus it will experience only one rush a year instead of two due to the new legislation under which driving licenses are to be renewed on the birthday anniversary of the holder.

25 years ago, 1983

An Auburn man will gain a niche in the history of the Tournament of Roses Parade on Jan. 2. Richard B. Olfene, imperial potentate of Shrine of North America, will ride on a Shriners’ float in the parade, the first time an imperial potentate has appeared in the Rose Parade.

Olfene and his wife will be in Los Angeles for the New Years weekend and he will be on the Shriners’ float Jan. 1 when the floats are judged by the Tournament of Roses Committee. He will also be on the float in the parade and attend the Rose Bowl game.

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