Jack Eckholdt, 15 Nov 1941 (2)
Shine In Backfleld. five yards interference is permitted in the E.O.S.S.A. finals. instead of the 10 yards! used here tris season, but Glebe made the rr.Mt of it and behind this they i' we: backed up by the clever b; ckfieid performance: rendered ' .b: Jim - McKnight, ' Armando (i'once) de Leon and Johnny I 6: ore! ' ' ; De Leon, the Cuban youngster 'w :o played such an important part' in Glebe's victory over the Irish. . le't.the game 1 te in he-second he-second he-second ej.arter with a hip injury, but 1 a: .hough his steady kicking was . rr. ssett the powerful Glebe m'a-: m'a-: m'a-: chine still packed plenty of ef-tf ef-tf ef-tf tiveness agaii.st a teaip that was t crstocked with courag but lack- lack- in i the weapons to mak a better garr.e of it j he touchdowns. : cn of them verted en a forward Pass. Dave Wbod-te-Eay Wbod-te-Eay Wbod-te-Eay Wbod-te-Eay Wbod-te-Eay Smith, along with a J safety touch accounted for Glebe totaL De Leon. Shore, Doji Scobie. McKnight) and Jim Pritchard . picked BP the Glebe touchdowns. Kingston's uncon-verted uncon-verted uncon-verted major score came, midway midway in the second quarter when J'j i Provan speared "Bad" Ohlke's g m il-Iine il-Iine il-Iine pass. ; - : Leon and Shore accounted to: the pair of Glebe touchdowns in he first quarter that gave them a 1 0-point 0-point 0-point lead to work pn'. King-aioi King-aioi King-aioi scored its touchdown in the sec Dnd quarter but before half-tin half-tin half-tin e Scobie had put across the thi -d -d Glebe touchdown. McKnight maie it 21-5 21-5 21-5 with his touchdown in the third quarter and in the lai period a saiety touch and Pr; ic hard's touch-' touch-' touch-' completed the scoring. ;--'' ;--'' ;--'' ;--'' - Glebe Start Ear y. ' I iterference by Kingston on the Gl be: kickoff ave Glebe possession possession on the Kingston 33 early in the game. ' Shore, raced for 20 ya: ds on first dov-n, dov-n, dov-n, bringing play tto -he -he 15. On the next play de j Let n -.broke -.broke loose and went wide aro -nd -nd the right side of (he Glebe hn for the opening touchdown. De Leon missed the convert. The cro vd had hardly recovered from tha quick scoring burst! when de jLetjn-sent jLetjn-sent jLetjn-sent the Ottawa champions. on on anoiner toucnaown marcn. j I anky Mickey McGuiije lifted a i kick to de Leonj on the Gioe 37-yard 37-yard 37-yard line, pe Leon jmade the catch in stride! and gal-jlpp gal-jlpp gal-jlpp d -straight -straight through the centre rt t te Kingston team, twisting and dot ;ing his way up to the visitors. visitors. 41. ' j t XcKnight carried on from ; there, cracking the Kingston line rwid : open and going fori 11 yards jbeic re being brought down. Shore imace' 19 on a reverse! spinner, bnr jmg play to the' Kingston 11--art 11--art 11--art 11--art line. Shore- Shore- was fed the bail for i second time in a row and be i noved it up : to the one-yard one-yard one-yard . line On the next play ihe hammer hammer his way through centre for W touchdown. Wood missed Jim Minnes' Jcick was blocked on the Glebe 4() and it was recovered recovered by Wood at the Glebe; 50. McKnight dangled for 19 yards on a fake kick and the Glebe drive was onj From the -Kingston -Kingston 42, Shore picked up eight McKnight McKnight ;amadej four yards, . Shore hacked; 'his way through centre for nine, Rayj Smith was good for seven and then Scobie was shaken loose at the Kingston 14, running around the end for a touchdown. In the third quarter Ohlke fumbled the ball tryinr to eatch Gregory's kick on the Kingston 25. Charlie; Murray recovered I for Glebe and la' three 'plays Glebe moved in from there for another touchdown with McKnight carrying carrying It around the end fori tha major score, t The forward bass convert Woodrto-Smith. Woodrto-Smith. Woodrto-Smith. raised the count to 211-s 211-s 211-s for Glebe and enough to settle the issue. I Late in the fourth quarter with .Kingston kicking from behind their own goal-line, goal-line, goal-line, McGuire was given a bad snap but he managed to recover it behind his goal-line goal-line goal-line and give Glebe two more points. Kingston gambled with a passing attack late iri the game but on one of these Pritchard . came in fast to Intercept Ohlke's toss land gallop 40 yards along the least touchline for Ithe last touchdown of the day. ' The teams: Glebe Collegiate Flying Wing Shore: halves! McKnight Smith and de Leon p quarter, Scobie: snap. Grand; jinsides. Wood land Macdonald; middles, Karson pnd Conyers: outaides, Murray: and Pearce; subs, Losee, Pritchard, E a g 1 e i o n. (Tennant, ThoUret. Chandler, Gregory Brown, I Elliot. Elliot. Cooke; J I Kingston Flying wing. Mc Guire; halves, jProvan, Ohlke nd minnes; i quarcerDacK. uasseiman; snap, Atkinson: insides. Weather-all Weather-all Weather-all and Payne;! middles. MacGrez- MacGrez- or and Fardell; ouUides. Lemmon and Mcnae; subs.! Forsythe, Jackson, Jackson, Bruce. Eckholdt Gall, Davidson Davidson and Hunt.! , .1 ' : Referee, Ralph St. Germain: umpire. Joe Tubman; head lines man, Colin Ross. THE ARMCHAIR With Lloyd i J S Armchalr Leue members hockey. Here Is our chance to show-up show-up ourselves can do a better job than the often stated in the heat of aganke . L ?JHfl r he;ood-taH he;ood-taH he;ood-taH who did what land when. Pick tin The first question we take a crick a i ni i .i t , ii. mi. . Im'1 . . - - 7. . i' aurmeea. io ttaea have the Toronto Maple Leafs -W -W ,V...,I I uur no. t prowem or today deal tune let s see yu come up with the seasons which KJU team weald pu;nni.' i Now comes Tio. 3. and this one ing. but a little (thought should do the - ! .-- to 1 at . .