1927 December 5
away. away. . Academy, away. H. S., home. homo. • A c a d e m j , . S., away. , a^ay.^ home. home. fl0 play most of the first half with the exception of the above-mentioned above-mentioned feature was confined to tno center of the field. • When the first half ended a tally Bhowed that Battery H registered eight first downs to four for Hobrdn. When the game was over Battery H had fifteen first downs against eight itt m« ««„.period with only-four minutes to play .with the ba on the two-yard-line, Battery H attempted a placement kick'which'was blocked. Battery H on a sustained inarch down the field near the end of the of tho letter men. , - • m t i Viiird norlod carried the ball to Hob- Wood is a Trenton, tnira P" 110 '--"^^ ^—~ To^vnt* Mar. .1, Palmyra, home. Mar. 9, MyeratoWB, away, , •- . , Mar. 23,, Gamp Hill, home. , Mar, 27; -AlumniV home, r "."• RAY WOOD CAPTAIN LEB. VALLEY COLLEGE 1928FOOTBALLMM Ruy- ^Yood, varsity, football player at Lebanon Valley College, waa elected to captain the 1928 Blue-and White eleven, at a recent meeting; YALE ,N. j",' boy, coming from the High school there to Lebanon Valley. In 1025 he was graduated from the I Trenton High HCbool. In 1024 he captained a championship High school team at Trenton, where ho was acclaimed as an all-New Jersey guard. , • _ . Since'being a student at Lebanon Tad (/P). - . ol head coach of universal Interest today vrlth from coast -Yale to retain . party 1n New end Jones an avalanche imploring resignation. as it is, added that from Yale and with were sucb coach tho ofTecom- subject for told the gath- to you and comment from Yale season in notice of his of thin year his time The athletic havo taken resignation but at has not boon witaawv it., strategist' from a renewal con Ti^ora for- two in lfl2C, Hopor with subso- allogiimcf. of Kt. 30-yard line. The _.„_---.n _.„_---.n a stubborn defense and forced the limit. With Hess jainlng jnost of tho tho^ final period to corry ball to tbe two-yard line, from tile" 30-yard "ash..plJe.v tho Holdiern threatened to score. However, the dreen Jackets, with Bhaak, Feity, ureen Jmiv ' MiUer j n .the center allow Since'being a stuaent at ^eounon —---- d H Mill< Valley Wood has held down a varsity> tar jf U ,?n 0 r efu H ed berth" on tho grid eleven. For two °i l "° !'"".. ^.^»» 'oars he played at guard and last 'ear he worked at tackle. Wood is an ideal typo of football nlayer on the field and ia" an apt )upll. Ho Is a leader and will, no loubt have the confidence of his mates next year. Player the fiamo. His conBistent gain- and 8 exceptional fine defewlvo work gave- him this honor Pt both Y.M.C. A. TEAM DOWNED ANNVILLE COLLEGIANS Kai-l Fornwalt's Y; M. C, A. haBketball .earn came through RlovlouBly on Saturday Saturday nlglit with a !|7 to 27 victory over tho strontr Annvllle Collegians, at tho V. M. O, A. boforo a largo crowd >t spectators. . . ,. , , , Tho outstanding work of Ha.rnmh in •1\d second halt played a promlnont part in irlvingr the Y team Ha victory. Four lold goals by this former Jtod and Blue rtrlbblor In tho second halt nnd 0110 double decker and two fouls gave him » total of 12 orhl« tcani'B points. Polnt.1 by evoryiTiombor of the team aided considerably In emerging from battle' victoriously. Mack, for the Collegians' Collegians' was tho outstanding performer. Ho caged'-fourteen oC his toarn'H 27 pollltH. _ . AnnvtlU qoll»jri»n» V. M. P. A. Abrams F. ••• Miller (Maurer) Br'ubak'cr.'.'.','.".'.'.' C.' ','.','.'.','.','. "• .Oliver (Thlers) I.aurlt- O. -Heath ;.... O. Harnhsh condition of the field. Hebron Shoemaker.,, ••• y- ^v n. a. , n. T. ed gossip relative to the unusually largo number of players dqojs expected expected , to be , investigated hero. Several" special trains were due today bearing representatives^ the Bnuteru circuits. ( GAMES BOOKED BY LEBANON VALLEY TEAM Lebanon Valley College's football schedule-for 1928 has been, completed completed by. Coach 13. E. Mylln and was announced today. An eight game BChedulo ha« been arranged. To replace Brown and Fordharo.'C. C. N, Y.'and Georgetown Georgetown University were taken on tbo schedule. ' Two and possibly 'throe of the games will be played in Lebanon. C C N. Y. will qprao to Lebanon for the first game in this city, on October 0, and the second game of Battery H ' ..... Shaak Starry.•••• K. Miller, v- ... .Honry .. .-. Jrwln . Emorlch .. . .fltrioklor . Q • Bran* I- • ..... « B ... .. . . Heath • •••••• don, L. v. -U.; UnoM.ani.wu- C).BIG C).BIG LEAGUE OWNERSHIP OF MINOR CLUBS AS FARMS CONSIDERED SERIOUSLY Field goals—Ahrama 3. Mafk 4. Bru- lialuT IT Mlllor 2. Boll !, Maur«r 1, Oliver 2. Tutors"•«. Ileatlrl, Warnish 5. Foul fc'oalH — Miller, Boll 3, Oliver 'i, Heath, Harrtlfh ?; Abrams, Mack ti, l.anrii', Zuppla 2, rs^iKllifrt, Jlefercc, 'Tea., With tbe oVnoi-3 Today.— (#V ^~ Association cluo on,'.the ono , , 2t Major L.«W«« ownership of olflciafa of that circuit today art- cius o turnecf • W other pro>lew» jrepart- lo^y to. the opening o| ;.«»e Natlona. p7of 68 Bional baseball ^sBoeiatipn coa-. lttv „ , White will Journey to Penn State to open tho Beauou for the Nittany Llona. A game to be played in Lebanon on November 0, is pending with Randolph and Macon College. ••'••'. Tho Tho two big games on the Lobanon Lobanon Valley schedule are,. Hchuyl- klll CoVlcge at Reading on Novepiber 13, and Albright ot LebanoiT ou November 27. Tbe schedule ia as, follows; Sept. 20—Penn State at Penn State. Oct. Oct. 6—C. C. N. Y, at Lebanon. Oct. 13—-JQeorgetOTurn at Washington, Washington, B.C. / Oct. 20—Mt. St. Mary's^at Em- mltsburg, Md. Oct. 27—Villa Nova at Villa Nova. Nov. C—Pending. Nov. 33—SchuylHill' at, Reading. Nov. SO—IVIubleuberg at Allen* own. Nov. 27—Albright at Lebanon. STANDINGOF" TEAMS 1NTHE Two necessary school or A. margin, Plnegrove, At periodB which into ail 63ttra stood Uted It that forged F. the •Lebanon lenne id to Qreiner was game,, lid all He pointy. The.