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PAGE -GAZE1TE AND BULLETIN, WILI.TAMSPORT, PA, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, 1938. ' .^_ STKKJTON IN 26TH BAl'TLF 'IHURSDA Cherry Holds Rose Bowl Scramble Has Fans Only 11 ID Edge In Victories Battle's End One of t*t * ernes: scholds'.ic v.. . n -re state w i l l ' be tenewea Tuursday afternoon w h e n Wiil.amsixjrt and Sleelton t High Schools come ···· grips in t Turkey Day classic i Su-*et Sudium. contest Thursday will be the -v-s:xth between the t w o ' sc-.uol-- in a colorful series that | da'e? back to 1904 Over the long . s i - f c h of years, the Cherry and White amd the Blue an4 White have i battled :r. v i r t u a l l y equal terms. , - High Has Slight Edge : Wh3 r P5se lliei* a belongs to · Wilhamsport. The Millionaires I have won eleven games and Steer ton . while f o u r battles ended in deadlocks. The Steelmen. how Grinders Jersey Shore High School's entire first string line of Warren Shadle and George Kelchner, ends; Miles Hailzell and CusUtJ tackles; Belmon Rollick and Tat*, guards; and Dan Heivly, center. will bid farewell to scholastic football -Thursday afternoon when ever, embrace a in points scored elready 297-269 advantage | the Orang tangle* with Lock H»- the 26 contests . yen Hlgh i n t h e i r annual . Turkey One game, the 1925 fiasco, is responsible for the Steekon edge in scoring. That Fall,/he Steamrollers rumbled to a smashing 91-3 triumph as the late Myles Fox and Lewis ran wild on the Third Street Day In gain* addition to the seven regular Seeks Sevenge Coach Art Pursell is placing particular emphasis on the 1998 renewal of the traditional series for he will be striving to gain revenge for forwards, two reserve linemen, George Taylor and Royal Hofler, both ends, "and Foster Barker and Robert Crist, first string backs, will sing the swan song. Barker is ib"ly a. junior but the F. I. A. A. age^ T restrictions make him ineligible tor 1939. Sixteen Returning Sixteen members of the squad will return next Autumn "to form 'Ij-oaiis, Hears Appointed Xii Hot liattle AAU Head Louis Pickelner. sports edUOT of i :he Gazette and Bulletin, has bV«n j appointed Lycommg Count* A.\A| U Commissioner by Judge Eugene C Bonmwell. Philadelphia, presi- d e n t of the Middle Atlantic Association, ., Pickelner win have jurisdiction ^f all sports under the control of the A A. U. m this county. He will later select deputies for various sport?. AffK'fig the 3-1- ottverv appointed t h r o u g h o u t the state wtre Glenn Killinger. former manafc«:r of the Wiiiiamsport Grays ana m,v coacn at West Chester State Teac:i j rs Col- or Bowl I Ion PASADENA. CALUT. (AP)-- The i geles Thursd= : . West'* unofficial Rose Bowl pick- lowers ex^c-. er». with only a week left to worry, i leave Lie c · iad worked themselves into a high j they are nnu.- ever yesterday over whether Call- conference . battle will the nucleus of LSverne Casner's 1939_creation. Only four of these, i however, have seen considerable h the ' varsity action this season. They are ' - - * - - Shuman, hard-charging f'.o'ball c^ach 'at Penr. 5'ate, Cener: Thomas J. Hamb-?'-ger Lock i a v e n . ' C l i n t o n ; Raymci.ci Wabh, Sayre. Bradford.; Jay Riden. coach quarterback: Todd Blackwell, another junior haclcfield the jolting 2-0 setback that knocked the Cherry and White out of the Eastern Conference championship last Fall. --Thursday's ''rubber" and Nelson ... mentor. Pu'se'll defeated ^Me^a^oot: -^ySr^f -- Bub, ^E^^"^ b £Se^«^'u J^st S; ,e£^ 2« £ SL a m da r r^ninV^earto forced to the sidelines by an opera- £n k :tv S le 1U of l Sy StUdy " the Stee1 ' "o^cSd-ate, slated to return "A^V^U, drilMs sched- ne^sea^a^Mac TMg »*£ Harry Maize, sopfiomore tickle: EU- gene Yorks. freshman tackle: Har- Toung Corbett 111. on one knee, hand~~*Ter rope, is down for the last time in the eighth round or*i»«WdleweUht battle with Fred Apottoli in New York City'. Mmdtoon Square Garden. Apo«- toli if remonstnUing with Eefere* Eddie Jowph. for letting the puo^went go *n. The fight WM ·topped. / Harvard Looks Good In^fie Mud res will complete their heaw work In preparation for the ~ tfrirmirh. The usual tapering oll|vey_ SolgmonT^uflior guard; Law- maneuvers are «h*t*d for Wednes- j rence Barnard, Ashman back, T^SV---- Chester Hopple, freshman back; r Robert Spong, freshman back; Al- Sonth Take* It While the tquad toiled industriously, the South Wii- iiamsport High School squad just tilt /.-;: up J with Canton High at Canton bert Bierly, sophomore tackle; Stuart Herritt freshman back; William Bergstrom, sophomore center; iunior Fearing further injury to- his~ ·Iready badly crippled squad, Coach Leu Barth abolished all contact work. Six Mountaineers. Dick HilU Lawrence "Sonny" pair, Ried. McClo?key. Jim Shoalt*. Pete Dietrich and Harry Noon, emerged from the crucial Milton game last Saturday with injuries. Hill^ McCloskey and Shoalts wilL'not be available for the concluding game. , ,TM _. _ McCaslin Scores lecTfmcdT Knockout In Yorc --- 19T1 1908-- Willismsport 1010 V,'illiamsDort 3913 -- Wrtti»m»j»rt 5914 -- wili'iamspcrt l"»lfi -- Williamjpnrt 1917-- St«lton 27. 1S19- Wiiiiamsport 1920 -- \V;!Uamiprirt 1*21-- Ste«!tcm 2fi. 1922-- Williainiport 1923-- SteeVon 7. 1«4 -- Steelton 45. 1926--Steelton 19. 3928--Steelton 14. 1929--William* port 1930--William* port 1331--Willtamjport 3933--Wiiiiamsport 1031 E'eoiton s. -1935--Steelton 12. 1936--wiihairuper. 1937-Steeflon 2. 40. Sh.J-.en .w s.^tuft o. 5. Steelton f 5. Steelton 0. n. Steelton (I. .·VI. S'.eelton 0 12. Steelton 32. Williamiport 0 0. S'.eelton n. 9 Steelton 9 ' Wiiiiamsport 0 19, Steelton n Wi!!lam»port 0 Wiiiiamsport S. Williamsport 14. Williamiport 0. 26, Steel'.on 14. 33. Steeltnn 0. 6. Steelton. 0. 12. Steel'.on S YORK. PA. C A P ) -- "Goose Me- n«lin, 174, Lock Haven, scored *· technical knockout over Eddie Reed. 176. Hartford, Conn., in the windup of the thiiteen-bout amateur boxing program here last night. Seven ""of the bouts ended by_ tnockouts. McCaslin scored consistently with « l*f t jab_ to Rood's- tece and after Reed" w~as battered and bloody his seconds threw a towel into the ring midway in the third round. West Branch League of Lewistawn Higji School, Thomas G. Vincent, Danville, Montour; Charles Stahl. Sunbury, Northumberland: Paul H. Connor. Coudersport. PoMer; J. T. Lonegran Montrose 1 Susquehanna; Jairus E. Gavitt, Lopez; Sullivan; and John D Hanf7~director of athletics at Bucknell. Union. Soose Beaten In Pittsburgh PITTSBURGH AF- Soose, former Penn SUJ« boxer was Beaten last night by the two- fisted' attack of Charley Burley Pittsburgh Negro, in a ten-round battle, whieh drew « gross gate o $5.227. Burley threw so many right and left hooks and jabs to his oppo nent's jaw and- body in the first two rounds and from the fourth to the ninth that he appeared'to have Soose on the verge of a knock- -ar Southern California hould be awarded the honor. The ten Pacific Coast Conference schools step In to make the of- To state ·'·· leaves the -·..-··., with the bes-. ; winning The u n u f f i c . a ! like to see u-i country ir.s :'.e,- ficial selection next 'Monday but ihere Is sure to be a loud outcry from the losing school's followers, ) matter which way the ballots j . .. I tian. D u k e t~~ This will in no wise prevent the ^ pro^ng,^ ,, ," ' Bowl from being sold out come. f^^ an J"7v^'^"' January 2. as has been d f - o n - l onni!l 3^ \^ strated for several seasons. One Q..^. ,_,.,..^ California, the West's successful wr , 0 l i k e rrl-C-".-..-". neither C«l.J;,r;,,» ...; r _ ifornia has a sre-' at the hands of Southern Califor- | has suggested -a-. T;\u nia. j be selected as '-.e '.Veo.f The Trojans have lost one confer- sentative ence game--to Washington, whom And it is the Golden Bean and many other candidate last January 1, has completed Its season with one defeat- s' support that idea, d These many game has been i.-.e erty of the P a c . f : c Cci-. e/\-« years 7h« out. The victor weighed 152. four pounds less than Soose, part of JA-hqse ccntrart i? owned by cinema ca actor Dick Powell.' r - ··* members of the circuit defeated-but took an early season pasting from 'Bama. If S. C. wins from University of California at Los An- 40 Basketball At Moiiloursvillc Prepara'tions for the 1938-39 basketball ~ season at Montoursville High School began yesterday when nearly 40 boys answered Coach Harold Reese's first caD for candi- f ace trie Du j e e ;p V C dates. Passing drills occupied most | next Saturday-A :th:u'. A:'. of the initial practice. m the i7th cam* o* their traditional series, Harvard over-powered and oat-madded Yale Haven, Cotm., by a seere, of 7 to «. In above play, Joe Gardella, Cri-wn bach, show, how w a d o n r He gained W« ^d. th^u^ theT Tine In HP, fi^f t**« .ctlo«, inolvd* P'-U ( M ) . Miner 3«) srd Byeaa («). , men Identified Elliott. Kftl.v . McBrid* Tot*!i Willlamtport 0. 19. steetton 7. V» iIHamiport ti. Reeds' Mixed Leogue Sm.th FAVOR 135 Lloyd -·"» Total! S99 SALES 3 . Bobb 149 Drake : . . . . 1*4 Edler «. B. A- :mv Handicap Total* Perxtamaker Menken . May » *" 40 613 1V1-- 3S5 1O5 2O8 K-- 186 494 1093 1SS -- 314 7«-- «0 80- 1«9 1 "- » 4O-- 80 520--1133 Seal Fyllmer . . R H u , , . K Miller C. Hurr . Handicap Totall . 152 . . . . 1*5 181 ,«.·-.. 138. . . . . 1«T7 SOI HltRS 1S3 253 1*7 23R 145 185 184-- 589 197-- SW 152-- 539 147-- 42S 178-- 530 996 858--2R5S 11T I'M in 58 178 212 13« 176 175 58 18S-- 531 1S1 529 518 174 Denny BATH . Emery 14S 1!»7 130 230 874 935 3C8 3677 1*1 19* 1S4 131 158 Total* Sr Smith Hall Harmon Allen w alums Total . 784 813 McCOKMlCU 177 1«S 1S2 1S5 13S 139. 144 189 170 iiu 1\T-- 4«9 18«-- 534 1S*-^ 409 201-- 579 854--2471 172-- 571 140-- 4S7 205-- 519 161-- 470 mi-- 8I9 747 888 X3 1W» . 124 1~« 297 134-- 2SS 1JS-- J4T m-- 347 Totals . . U. Patrhen ». Kramer a »"* O. IJi X 580 SOD 1149 ABT (*) H7 174 35 «7-- 314 76-- 175 1S« 239 303-- 3TT 35-- .70 TotaJJ V" M. Lain Wi-; H. Lof«e J. R««ly . . jt KlMin«er 510 SiX. 1075 124 1M 90. 170 ·TOUH Mix Mi C Dout Van Horn Stockwell Hutchinaofi ?Jrni]c«p . . . 5 1 2 JHBtlUMG » . . . IOS ... !W 92 185 _^ 104-- 238 123-- 351 129-- 21» 173 -- 343 529--1041 J22 85--181 157--249 111 343 172 171 KK Shade Wirtr Brandt 198 Krati 1M Totala 102 WmAK Linn - i«L Benxlt JS1 Meuter 13R Mackey 143 1«0 88 121 166 1S«-- SJO 190-- »4 IX 40S 213-- S73 One Of Cage Leaders Due To Fall Tonight / - ' . One 'of tb,e three leading teams in the City Basketball League is certain to fall this evening when the six elutos engage in the yo"ig season's second set of games in the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium. ^ i u ( j i u i i i iuiit ., ,,,,. Nolls and Sterns, victors in the Georgia'^ech-Tco'acfirng staff sug ,, t ,,_ _,,,, openers last Wednesday, hook up gertct j yesterday eliminatirfn of the ! f r n rn snap only would go on ' in the feature game tonight at 8.15' t r y f o r ~poi n t after touchdown and [ i c f t 5 ide. That would not be o'clock. Nolls displayed power , ^ p i acm ^ O f a premium on "abil- dafncult job." aplenty in thrashing Penneys last , t y ^ a d va npe the ball."_ Transfer Of Trenton Franchise Is Deferred Denying knowledge of an Associated Press dispatch, which stated on Sunday that the transfer of the Trenton franchise would be an.- unaid at t K « r "*t»m I -°»g(A4 l meeting in Scranton next Sunday, President Thomas H. Richardson saloS lasr night that no decisiuu will ' puooible until so^.e time after the Scranton confab. Springfield, Mass., New Haven, Conn.,' Hazleton anri Allpntown are being considered for the vacancy 1 OS! Guard F DukeGoi PITTSfe''RGH A.? - 'r first conference opponent will b« Muncy, the game to be played on the Muncy court January 6. * mtw Marty Brill To Continue As (arid Coocn At veteran lef* ?-..ard Cltv Ps w^ n 'vs The Blue and Gold opens its cage i penn state garre ., campaign against South Williams- Lezouski. a rr.s;: i ,^, K}, at "SfeT^tourj^lH. .^ITST lin«r~'"- ·-'·--"·(·i Ano"ther"home gagie before Christ- j taken to a r.^p;-a; yere: mas willjsit Sonestown against the; treatment of a ::rr. .e| Reesemen.'Decemoer 23.'MontduFs^-and Plll-autnnntips ar-=i football career In yesterday'^ u-rrk-'.'i Jock- Sutherland =.-. Raskowski: a ;ac.;e Castle. Pa . to the si and sent Tfd Kr-e'-ssj s- to the Pitt handlers d.sclosed i ] shall "Biggie 1 Marty-t beeiv-on.,.uo£ Tenn State to start the 9u.e i*~the season, lor the Far/Jie Brill will continue as football coach at LaSalle in 1939, it was announced yesterday by Brother E. Anstlm, head of The college athletic board. Brother Anselm said the board PROFESSIONAL TcchCuich Suggests Points Fur M"st Yards Goincd ATLANTA fAPi--Long a student i and also from' intercepted passes football rules. Rny Mundorff o f ! WO uld be put on the right side of the ledger, while yardage lost the reached. President Richardson plans to make a tour .with the owners of the Trenton franchise but such a procedure is impossible before the meeting because of the luck of Sufficient thuc. ' ~ The Eastern League's chief executive will visit Allentown again today to continue the franchise talk with Allentown officials. | r , a ^ submitted P n i i i n i ^ n Wray , . . M. Hal! West Branch League Won 40 39 Loifc- TS 17 3K 3S 25 25 week and Sterns showed promis? Q{ a p]fln tJTftt --might help elimi- in its conciuest of Harders. ; nate t j e g ames , n d many nnp.pninf The Wurster five, the. other share- J vie t or j^ f or - 5uf-piayed Teaills. holder in the lead, encounters. Mun( jorfl expressed belief award Harders at 9 o'clock. ' 0 { an ex tra point for the most The curtain-raiser at 7.30 o'clock, flrgt downs would nnt «?-t 'h* hring* t^g»th»r P»nr,.y» jn age in a game that should be close all the way. ame* ·"h/^luled for . "h/^l -week In order conflict with Thanksgiving Day hoi- Ms? 782 815-- iS9 H* 130 173 109 188 » 145-- 4M 135-- 3K 122-- 4J1 13*- 437 ISO-- 4ffl 8S-- 399 Joy Handicap T-«.H ...- 7S» 863 JSZ-- 24.33. CAPITAL C 154 136 137 39B 116 162 177 IS* 136 Bittlnf Thomat Hickoff Manntitt J9 Bartlett Teula' ruller L.,«J», Fomn 153-- 443 147-- 480 154-- 432 l.V-- 482 127-- 431 Totalt A- Chambfrfi.r MM E. Thotn« . fl-- B. Poley .. ._-» r -xr. ...... . ·. TWili ... . BM-IJO »t . K- wte«arti . . . . .»- - C. ThaVer : 493 49O--10O3 FnUfntr Handicap H4 It! 244 143 182 14 839 737-- 13S-- 483 141 449 125-- 525 135-- «T7 1!»-- 527 14-- 42 «o 123 139 Iffi 14 crying need. "Let us devise something." said Mundorfl, "that will make the game for point after touchdowns an place a ball. premium on advancing the The veteran coach believes such a plan would affect sortie of the strategy of. various coaches. "Have you cvar atte"' 1 '''' a game," he asked "in w"hich the teams have each been coached to "wait -uf the oppr^iit? Tl.ft tvs-o H.O..J are possibly strong on defense an* as a result the quarterbacks are instructed to kick on first or second down. The_game degenerate^ ^ a -- *."*.--· *-- Fx*rt Grit Darling . .............. rw Hurm ................ 35 Packard .............. 31 Burkcve Jrs. . . . . . . . . . 31 Capital B ............ 29 27 CibiUl C ......... 30 30 Landcm-Gleckner ....... 32 28 Ottoj ................. 30 :» Wuriten .............. 27 ,X3 RadlwK .-*:·-- -- ........ 2fi 30 Harders . - ........... 25 m Sweet Ortlce .......... 24 .12 WRAK ................ 25 35 Dean Phippi ......... 23 33 ut Mitt ............ 18 38 rCormlcKi . ,, ........ 21_ 39 HMO In l-«4t Nlailt Ijndon-Gleckner 3. Capital C OUOi 2. WRAK 2. Iiu. . · i, Darlmt i. -- McCormlcki 3. wur»ter« 1. * ian 259 ! 154 I 255 Catholic Eleven To Finish Against St. Mary's Alumni Having received no answer to their proposal for a Thanksgiving Day game with EMred'i righting Irish, officials of the Wiiiiamsport Catholic Athletic Association decided to wind up the first seaaon Thursday with an inform«l tiwtlej with St. Mary's Alumni. j The game is to be played at 10 j o'clock in the morning on the! Brandon Park gridiron. i It is understood thai Eldred'i, with whom a game had been sought all season, have scheduled a game with an out-of-town eleven on Thanksgiving Day and with a Dutch TSO TSTB I aggregation the following Saturday "Suppose we have a fifth official ·Til' get the Bronx cheer for thisV who shall keep* an exact record of the net yardage ga«ed. Then, if at-tAe end of Use gamejjthe score is /* tie. consider the net yardage gained by each team. Now, if the difference is lew than 50 yards, or some set constant then a tie shall be declared H the 4Y«r«nc* is greater, ground." Mundorff. then awa^d that gained one point he greater also a member of the National Basketball Rules Committee and coach of the Georgia Tech eager*, is a close student of playing rules for air sports. "The question," he said, "mrght be raised as to how the yardage would be compiled. Yardage gained from a running r.ttaclt, from passes. masters of the art -FrequenUv the extra point allows a weaker team to win." * 9t* · -22 Games Booked For Temple Basketball Teu\n PHILADELPHIA 'API -- Temple. champion of the Eastern Bas- ketbali-- Conference and recognized an one of the nation'* b--» *·«"»· last year, will play a schedule of 22 games this season. The Owls open Dec 17 against St John's of Maryland and close March 10 against Carnegie Tech at Pittsburgh. Pel .714 .696 .567 .583 .554 .554 .518 , .500 .533 .500 _450 .464 44i .429 .417 .411, .331 .350 Motors Bawling League MAXUrACTTTMMO (» Straiburg ..' ........ 129 Pingltr ............ 199 Kemsry ............ 1TO Ztydeli ............ 13S Belkiwp ............ 158 Totals 7«S B«-kfr ........... 117 Lowery ........... 1«T Stlger 129 Shlmp 139 187 18O-- 478 30V IDS S88 1«1 189-- 52O 133 12S-- 3S3 188 149-- 4«9 847 821--2436 (* . .. 139-- Z5« 136 195-- 498 166 291 Stutzman N. 219 134 302 123 113 57 ·T*4iil v». 6wi!t act) Mitt. nt vt. Capital B. Packard vt. Buckeye Jr». Flexert vt Sweet Steel Office. Got vt Harden. Handicap 18 Total. ' . . . 778 744 AntCKAFT Martin ?**«" 161-- 424 154-- 571 . ..-- 123 . . . 103 13- «3 838--234; 146 135 134 ISO O ".Woolt 149 119 Ktnt .- IB* US Jenkins 12S 114 Hamficap 4-4 44 Total! 787 720 8O8--2313 SPEMCEB DIVISION O) IK, 126 128 Par»nj ToUli ........... 807 NewberryTeaiii Ifo'minafes West Branch Bowline) L A op Totali AVCTT 'H A \ t r y StaHlman . . H o f f m a n . . , Dieffenbar.1 Handicap . TotaH irBISOS 7 S "RETUtNlj LEWISBURCX P year's S l - m i n X B - squad. 21 merr.b^r? ;.~- ·»· graduation hs? «" ·- the holdover? vice season. The Flexer pinnven are dominating the competition In the West Branch Bowling League, leading' both the teanx^-i individual saies. The Newb^Ti/ club has jrten oc- thejir^t th,te* ^xiilloru in NEW YORK-- The playing field at the Polo Grounds, which h» sunk thre« feet, will be raise*? to its former level before th from returning punts and kickoffs, return for the 1939 sea: 440 500-- 940 I (J) 122 fr; 479 BAD TO *END 140-- }» 127-- 249 9ft-- 188 102-- 196 · I tt 492-- fTl I-rjfz Crisler New "Miracle Man" *f College Jootball Pirl^BURGH -- Merlin Condit, Omeije Tech halfback, kicked SO e*nr?cuUve points aft«r touchdown fc| .Mih--Aoo\. and then missed his fttttrnpt in collet* CAUr. - Publicity \trnf for Amos A. Stagg's College fnotbaTT team If Palnh 1L . M . who also pjayt fullback. ·. -- .... ANN ARBOR MICH. (AP^Duil i belt, th* first Crisler-coacbed Mich-. elude high-powered attacks on foot-, ties if^Xe are defeated. The boys aft lh"t "n»ir 0 ''a ·*»««". '"^f 1 - »·"* 1J»" _«"it*if._Min«»»|rf ..A. h r i l l i » n t [)«ll'a funrfmm^ntalj^ 4 »rf foing tO ^bt 8 g^Hg of pOOf pin it on Fritz Crisler. fcamp»ifn. | Wn«n Crisler wasn't bearing ; losers, with no alibi, next Fall."^,The roar of Michigan'i charge- It idd«d up to six triumphs, a-'down on Mocking and tackling he i Witnrso the .ccord. " back up to high places in football tie «nj one defeat--the 7-«. decision was subtly stirring up the Wolver-; Up to 1938 Michigan^had been tar Minnesota. Michigan, dead-lines' dormant fighting spirit still resounds, and delighted backers of the Wolverines a^ree it !«·· tl| MtU wltu put Ilitlii trier* All in one season/ Crisler led the Wolverines through what probably will b« - accounted the year's greatest co-- · 1 "*i- In the smashlnlg 18-0 victory Sat locktd with Purdue for 'thumped for four sjjectssive years plat* in th« Big Ten, finished on j jn* Princeton lor Michigan Crisler the h«*l* of Minnesota, fh* school i fell into a good thing--what with Where Crisler had his first head veteran material and sophomores of co*«hmf-J*. · I nigh promise. The * popular explanation for! But when he ficst came Michigan'* r«Juv«nation. is that. Spring he said: Some critics say' that upon teav-1 each by Michigan -State. Ohio State Ohio Statt. an pM i Crisler imbued hU players with a i r We dwi't want the,JBflglish an^J .minnr^so^*. Only Minp****to Te- mairis oj»-"fhat list now, and Michigan 4* saying: "Wait till next year." ^-··'Betkles defeating Pennsylvania, here l«*tj Ohio SUW, Michigan State, Yale, Illinois and Chicago and \ieing Northwestern. the Wolverine* i | Il sys-J N urdr J e r Ohio Statt. a n old Crisler imbued hU payers w t a · e «n'i want e , g s sys- o r w e s e n . e enimy v/ith the ncalps of tne fmir f revival spirit-- simply that and not tern of athletic*, brt* at Michigan, proved the Big Ten's highest scor- previous Wolverin* elevens OB Itiimuch .nore, unit ^ you w«at to to- 1 There will be.Ji6aft«rnoon tea jax._ing team with 83 poin'f the individuaL. scoriag^derby, John Jacob* ranking top* with IW, "Chalky" FlextM- second and Pete Hennirxger Orfrd wjth similar av- etges oLtm. Flexer and Henninger ptljslly deadlocked with Mike . of Darling, who also boasts mark "Bud" Wurster of. Wursters rounds out the league's "Big Five" with an average trt 1«2 · " ' The figures that follow do not include matches rolled last nighU- PACatAKO CArTTAlvS ._ PlM Ave J*ll Pint Ave Kehrer « MVt 1«5 Pnrmaer 43 «?»A 181 Zahnle 23 3714 m WXIr 398151 198 Moore 42 S2O1 l4»TStlt-'tr«« 39 *·«. 155 Thrall M /TJi'flB'Cv..., !» 4% Heller 3V4fiM 142 Br't»rd M 57*4 148 Ertel ,--» 3847 129'B'kHMer 39 SM8 144 Hofftrtan 9 931 103'Bw. n · 1174 ISO " Gml P1r.« Thoma* 43 An'^t.VS S2w»t DeUney 11 IniT tSS'CnuJy Bartlett 47*470 1M Nau Gnu -3 ?02» ISO 38 S1S7 i7^ 43 W14 187 » *497 187 Mannlni 33 M07 14n'wjnt«n--3H 4Ai 18k Un« 8 nn4 145 Krel»rh as «TO4 Ml f»h.,,nt/W. X 43S l«lB«IVr S 4*1 MO Hfrknff 41 3810 ia7|Wartx « 990 135 ftADIA.VT Gnu PtM , H*"« 37 "l* KPiHttUna: Ne«M M a».» IM'KJif^ McCoy 38 SO8 181 Bwi f ; Snukk. 37 4'A laj'SI,,-* Crlf ». · 41 8433 19r!1 uc« CMwajr M Tt 147|C -- Ora 38 Cll A*e 1«0 13 1804 IM 30 4itN 143 x t». ·wni. ! tlmt Plni Avet Rundlo 36 8*33 170; 41 »oO 108 H«*n» 43 6S11 IX roll.-. 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