Jack Eckholdt, 25 Nov 1940 (2)

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Jack Eckholdt, 25 Nov 1940 (2) - breaking for long runs, short mint auuuai...
breaking for long runs, short mint auuuai cvtijuuui uic w felt like. ' Kingston scarcely made a good tackle in the first half, though had ft not been for the sparkling playing playing of George Kinnear , on the K-CVX K-CVX K-CVX backfield. the score would have been larger . " t Different Story. But it was a different story In the second half, when Kingston showed a complete reversal of form and for the major part of the half outplayed the Ottawa team. Brilliant running by Kin -near -near gave the locals a touchdown soon after the third quarter opened, and smart tackling by the erstwhile inactive wings slowed down the Ottawa offensive. Even ' at that Clebe would hot have scored their final touchdown had it rot been for fumbles In the King- King- . ston backfield. j Glebe were the better team on the day's play. They played a smart brand of football, ran and plunged better and had piled up a tremendous lead before Jhey more er less eased off and used their subs regularly. Fripp and Monroe were outstanding outstanding for the winners, along with Harold Barnhart. Jim Davidson Davidson and "Ponce" de Leon. On the Kingston team Kinnear was the star, while Minnes did some fair kicking and Joe Lay .showed Cashes of good rugby. Glebe Blocks Kkk. Two touchdowns and a single in the first quarter sent Glebe away flying. Shortly after the opening kick-off. kick-off. kick-off. Glebe blocked a Kingston kick and Fripp cracked through centre for a gain of 25 yards, bringing play to the Kingston.flve-yard Kingston.flve-yard Kingston.flve-yard line. Monroe swept wide around the end for the first Glebe touchdown which Fripp converted. Barely r a minute later Glebe struck asain and this time David son set up the props for the second . touchdown, reeling off a gain of 23 yards to the Knlgston five-yard five-yard five-yard line. On first down Fripp went through centre for a touchdown and Mel Carson booted the convert to give Glebe a 12-0 12-0 12-0 lead to work pn- pn- Monroe added another single when he kicked to Kinnear from 25 yards out. Before the end of the quarter, however, Kingston made a brief recovery. On a smart forward passing play, Edwards-to-Kinnear, Edwards-to-Kinnear, Edwards-to-Kinnear, Edwards-to-Kinnear, Edwards-to-Kinnear, Kinnear ran SO yards to the Glebe 13. Glebe held the home team on two downs but on the last try Lay shot over a place ment . Glebe went on a march again from the start of the second quarter, chalking up 18 more points on two touchdowns by ' Monroe, one by Fripp and a single. Monroe s first touchdown wss converted by Carson and Homer . Courtright added the extra point on Fripp's major score. Shortly alter the start of the second quarter. Monroe took Minnes' kick on the Kingston 30 and ran for a touchdown. 71-yard 71-yard 71-yard Touchdown Run. Monroe booted to the deadline to make it 20-3 20-3 20-3 and then the same player came through with one of the most brilliant, runs of the day, On a long kick by Minnes. Monroe ran through the whole Kingston team for a 70-yard 70-yard 70-yard touchdown gal lop. Just before half-time half-time half-time Monroe Monroe came through again when he intercepted a Kingston forward pass and ran 20 yards to the King ' ston 10. Fripp followed on the next play , to plunge over for touchdown which was . converted by Courtright ' ' It was a much better gam In the last half and Kingston gave the powerful Glebe team a whale of an argument On the first play ef the third quarter Kinnear dash- dash- - ed through the Glebe team for 5-yard 5-yard 5-yard touchdown run. Lay con- con- Walker, Rose; subs., Collins, Tea-key, Tea-key, Tea-key, Torney, Casselman, Chabot, McRae. Officials Johnny Edwards, It Elliott and Carty of Queen's. 'Plenty of Support There roust have, been close to 100 students from Glebe Collegiate on hand for the struggle. They were all wearing the Glebe colors and they made a loud rooting sec tion in the stands. . ' j The field was In pretty good condition. There were a few muddy spots on the field bat It didn't keep boys like Forbes Monroe, Johnny Fripp, liar-old liar-old liar-old Barnhart and "Ponce" de , Leon, of Glebe, from turning In some spectacular running. , George Kinnear, young King- King- ston1 backflelder, was one of the stars of the game. . i . R. D. Campbell, who turned 6ver the football coaching duties at Glebe this year to Bruce Pollock, watched the powerful Ottawa team in action, uampoeu ana nis win nlng Glebe teams were familiar figures throughout the district Monroe and Fripp gave the Kingston fans something to look at Monroe broke away repeatedly in the first half for 50 and 73-yard 73-yard 73-yard gains and Fripp was the best plunger on the field. It was Fripp's last appearance in amateur ranks. He will leave shortly to take over a post as. one of the ski instructors at Mount Tremblant With the Curlers Of Ottawa Clubs ON OTTAWA ICE. OpeaJag Mixed BenspleL Kinks skipped by 3. Short and Bruce Stuart were the; prize winners Saturday Saturday In the opening mixed bontpltl which drew an entry of 90 rtnks. After the fames a buffet supper was served and prizes presented by T. D. Finn, the rlce-presldent. rlce-presldent. rlce-presldent. who was the chairman. ciud poena were the awards, donated by President Hush Carson and the vice-president. vice-president. vice-president. Bruce Stuart's rink, winner ef the president s prize, was composed of Mrs. O. N. Uric. Alex. Grant and Mr. R. R. wtuiama. On the short foursome, which took the vice-president's vice-president's vice-president's spoons, were Mr. W. Gamble, ft. GUborne and un. J. Dawson. Sups and scores follow: T.H TM. Draw. . 3. R. Gardner. 14; J. Ballantyne I. R. Daly, 11; Geo. Gray. I. J. Short. 13; W. J. MacGowan. J. P. H. Forhan. 9; Bert Liberty, S. A. U Dawson. 7; 3. Thomas, 7. S.ee P.M. Draw. B. R. Kin. 7; W. Boyd. S. A. H. Graham. 3; Bruce Stuart 10. Dr. G. N. Urte. 7; C. Buckle. S. H. Godard. 11: A. H. Armstrong, f. G. D. ruin, ; H. P. Branson, 7. Ladles' Scotch Devklea. Play la the ladles' Scotch doublaa will take place tomorrow mom in f on Ottawa Ottawa ice startins at f .19 o'clock. Pol-lowing Pol-lowing Pol-lowing is the draw with only skip la sen iwoaome menuonea: JO a-m. a-m. a-m. Mrs. p. Retd vs. Mrs. A. W Brown; Mrs. H. It. Holmes vs. Mrs. P. w. craves: Mrs. A. E. Wedd vs. Mrs. T. A. Brownlee; Miss B. McGiUlvrsy vs. Mrs. W. S. Gamble: Mrs. P. M. Shaver vs. Mrs. R. A. McLauchlin. 10JO a-m a-m a-m Mrs. W. H. Smith vs. win- win- ner of Mrs. L. Dawson-Mrs. Dawson-Mrs. Dawson-Mrs. G. E. Booth; Mrs. P. H. Forhan vs. winner of Mrs. S. Jones-Mrs. Jones-Mrs. Jones-Mrs. E. Grand: Mrs. J. M. Clarke vs. Mrs. L. R. Cliborne: Mrs. t. G. Lowrey vs. Mrs. R. G. Push, man: Miss M. Drummond vs. Mrs. P. L. Murphy.. I " ON KIDKAU ICE. " I poo a Bojuptel. in ine Saturday afternoon spoon oonspiei neia on juaeau ice. the rink skipped by A. G. Ramsden won main honors. R. C. Plnnie. R. P. Nolan and C. Y. Steele were the other mam bars of the wtnninf rink. The spoons were donated by President N. r. Wilson Skips and scores: A. C. Ramadan. 11: P. T. Baldwin. I C. P. Towsley, S; Dr. H. M. Tory, 4. J. R. Rlfis. S: R. P. Howard. 1. A. B Ullett. 4: P. A. Stuart. 4 (Ue. 8. S Holden. : A. C. Qunn. I. V. Meek. S: L. A. Ray. 4. R. J. McMillan. ; 3. O. Portler, S. , . Mixed Boaiplal Starts. The mixed bonsplel cot under i on Rideau Ice on Saturday nlaht. Pol z lowing are skips and acorn and the draw for tonight: Col. J. R. Munro, 11: K. A. Greene, 4. R. G. Pushman. 14: M. Webster. 1 R. P. King. : A. E. Smalll. t. Dr. 3 D. Shields. 11; W. G. Beddoe. 1. N. 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Clipped from The Ottawa Journal25 Nov 1940, MonPage 18

The Ottawa Journal (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)25 Nov 1940, MonPage 18
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