Carroll University Rallies To Defeat Detroit Eleven In Hard Game, 10 to 7
10 to 7 1 i i TITANS FAIL TO HOLD LEAD OVEROHIOANS acrvelandm Wipe Out U. of D.'s First Half Margin on Stringer's Long Run. BRIGrfTS KICK HELPS . Sar-ai.l . f. Kalama-aoo . g. alaa a. Tal- Tal- ft. a. S. Offside Penalty Takes Away Red-White Red-White Red-White Touchdown in Third Quarter. ' ; ; ' BY STANLEY L. BRINK. Ovtr-anxiety Ovtr-anxiety Ovtr-anxiety on tht ert of a University ot Detroit lineman in th third quarter, ami the re-tiltin re-tiltin re-tiltin penalty tor offside when th Titans wrrs one yarft from a touchdown, was the main reason why the Red and Whit dipped in submission ts) lohn Carroll university of tlee land on Dinsn field Saturday afternoon. afternoon. It) to 7. Detroit had plunged and pastel its way from the Carroll 4yarr line to the ('levelanders' one yarl mark site Bright s punt out. cf bounds had given the Titans pos session. At this stage Carroll w-i w-i w-i In the an, 10-7. 10-7. 10-7. Thornton an! Brett ril'oed through the Carroll linemen for gin after gain, one t'f Thornton's drives off left tarlels netting 10 yards. A forward ps I'hillipart to Des Rorhes. when tine previous attempts had bent grounded or intercepted, mad sine yards of the distance. Errer St. In a Pelralt. Thornton's sneak through rente mad It first down en Carroli( one-yard one-yard one-yard mark. One plar failed. On second down, Brennan tort through the Carroll left aids ff what might have been the wtnnlnsf tally, but the officials detected Detroit lineman starting too soon, and the ball was called bark for r1 aide. r.tt carried It back te the one. rard line on a rush through th right side. It took four tackier tt down him. B-.nnan B-.nnan B-.nnan w-a w-a w-a rallrl uion twice straight ml mads sif Inches. Than the ball went to C' rill. It anp.tr.d Bi.nnatr net cioased the linn OB bis last tr, bit (he olflelala ruled otherarlat. frtghts punt from hack of he C al to the 2S-yar,t 2S-yar,t 2S-yar,t In. rilr'4 th. pressure ana U 'rolt'e bet.w. eled opportunity was waated. Carroll mad. th most of t visits to scoring territory and whli falling to play flawless football. d; .nougb to stay In front. T wliy. Carroll had to overcome a four point l.ad established by Detroit la the first half. rut Aa.k. Tare TiSeSx. And It was th ability of Carroll fast bark to haul In yardage o . opaa field running that switched the smiles of Mia Victory It way, A field goal, place kick tvl. br , tilek Bright, after he raced throuak th Detroit defena for If yard In th second quarter, and a ll vard daah by fullback. Clen Btrtngar be tora two mlntit had gone br in -th -th succeeding session, which end-d end-d end-d In a touchdown, war the elar that brought Carroll th triumph It most desired. Carroll a def. na also balked Detroit Detroit In th final four minutes of j th battle, when It appeared though th. Titan would anatc siicc.a from what loomed a ear - tain failure Aft.r a marc f 14J yarn's, In which forward pa were used to dvntg, Detroit reach th Carroll nine-yard nine-yard nine-yard mark. Thornton, Thornton, whoa general play was th beat of hi career, amaahed throngs for flv. yards, That u Detroit a altlmate advance of th day, Thre tbruata at th Carroll for" ward were repulsed without gain. On th iaat down 1'hilltpart tried t forward paa attar a rta-crri, rta-crri, rta-crri, but th trtegra wa poorly maakad and th Carroll back cer- cer- red every tllglbl rclrr a th line bora doaa on th thrower. fhiUlpart, with ao n la pine far th t. triad te run and u thrown for a los of 14 yard. Carroll Carroll took th bail on down. On ruinate later th gam wa orr. Ha4 tatr1 sUaraUra, Carroll started practically a s4 unu sirina team, a la riotr. uaroe, and th leaser lights found Detroit too tough aa Oba'aela Th first period wa a kicking dial br.wn Welch and Phlllleart In which "f'hll" had by far th better of the Ohio puntar Carroll' regular regular appeared In th second Quarter during which each eleven rorL itendr4 ua cf th forward pass hrouwht Detroit th first Much- Much- down. Brignt gave Ltro!t a start when a ' arroll end downed his punt on th Ohio 44-yard 44-yard 44-yard indicator. Three paas wr groanded. Phll-llparC Phll-llparC Phll-llparC on fourth down, connected with D Roche who ran li yard to th Carroll 10-yard 10-yard 10-yard mark before ha was downed. Three Carroll men surrounded He Roch a he caught the ball but Buck broke away Thornton bored throes; r .enter for lite. On the nest play h toured left nd. bhind high claaa Interference for flv yard and a touchdown. Phtlllpart added th Mitre Mitre point. Tbl teera smd to pat fir under Carroll which had oontt ut"n a shutout On th first plar after th Detroit klckoff, Rrlghi breeied around Detroit right ni for 6 jarda. Dn Miller cut aero. from the left winir of th Titan 7.jofnse and brought Bright dow I when the U't-r U't-r U't-r hd an open avanri t to the g .al line M;l!er, br th i wa. waa :neert-d :neert-d :neert-d for Mlihargy In ''he first p-riod p-riod p-riod and pluyei a bril-I bril-I bril-I Hint (irue. He thr-w thr-w thr-w Carroll' ! hacks for loas after loaa and when he did not make th tack! either upeet th runner or turned him la for toot on. iaa to handle. Bright Harare Ptaaa Kirk. After Bright' run Carroll triad, mailing ar. 1 ma j. sis yard la thr attemots- attemots- Tin Brlaht w.aa back to 'h 35-yard 35-yard 35-yard I n and tallied . ivia'a place Wi -a -a This p. ay mark- mark- ad th scoring for th half. ; A' th opening of the third perio't, g. punta w.re es'-ninKed. es'-ninKed. es'-ninKed. iirlght ha4 ; lost 15 ards trying to cir- cir- M"'-r M"'-r M"'-r right after the kicaoff. PbUllparVa Caattae.4 aa aag M.