Lot 58. Glenn Dobbs and Tommy McDonald Football Premiums. The 1952 Dobbs premium, from Crown Brand Corn Syrup, is scarce. Phillies Cigars issued the McDonald premium in 1963. A pass-throwing halfback, Dobbs became the University of Tulsa’s first All-American in 1942. During World War II, he starred for U.S. military football teams. After the war, he played for the Brooklyn Dodgers and Los Angeles Dons of the All-American Football Conference and then for the Saskatchewan Roughriders and the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League. In 1951, he was a CFL All-Star and the top player in its West Division. He was athletic director at Tulsa from 1955-70. He is in the College Football Hall of Fame. McDonald’s performance at flanker for Oklahoma and for five different NFL teams earned him induction into both the College and Pro Halls of Fame. He was an All-American halfback on Oklahoma’s national championship teams in 1955 and 1956, a star with the NFL Champion Philadelphia Eagles in 1960, and a six-time Pro Bowl selection. The 8” x 10” Dobbs premium has a b&w photo of him as quarterback of the CFL Roughriders and provides information on his Canadian and U.S. career. Ex on thick coated paper stock. The 6.5” x 9” McDonald premium on heavy stock is nm-m. Winning Bid $35.