OPINION

October 6, 1953

TAKIS PAPATZONIS: Paris, 29 – According to a telegram from Geneva, Mr T. Papatzonis, Greece’s representative to the eighth conference about a customs agreement, said that Greece had fully complied with its obligations to settle issues about which complaints had been made and had abolished tariffs on imported goods that were considered contrary to the agreement. The chairman of the conference thanked the Greek representative, and the Canadian representative said the rapid way Greece settled these issues should serve as an example for other governments. SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE: The National Technical University announced that the successful candidates for entry to the school of architects include Dimitris Antonakakis,(…) Michalis Doris, Christos Papoutsakis (…) and Constantine Fines. OLYMPIAKOS-PAO 1-0: Yesterday afternoon at the Panathinaikos Stadium, the final game between Olympiakos and Panathinaikos took place for the September Cup. Olympiakos won with one goal, scored by Darivas in the 25th minute of the second half. The winning team was superior and deserved to win. Yesterday’s match was watched by 12,000 spectators.