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Lipkis, Bernie

Bernard Lipkis

Lipkis was an offensive lineman and All-SEC (Southeastern Conference) performer for Louisiana State University in the early 1940s.

Birth and Death Dates:
unknown

Career Highlights:
Lipkis played for LSU for three seasons. In 1939, the Tigers had a record of 4-5-0. After losing the first game of the year, they won their next four games, but then lost their final four of the year. In 1940, the Tigers had a record of 6-4-0.

In 1941, LSU had a record of 4-4-2. Lipkis, who was named AP All-SEC second team, was also named the team's MVP. He won the Percy E. Roberts Award, named for a member of the LSU Board of Supervisors.

Origin:
unknown

Career Dates:
Lipkis played center at Louisiana State University from 1939-1941.



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References:
encyclopedia of JEWS in sports by Bernard Postal, Jesse Silver, and Roy Silver (New York: Bloch Publishing Co., 1965)


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