Morning, Oct. 11, 1931. [ (Continued From Preceding Page) the time in the third .period. Luch, Heller and Relder alternated at cracking the tackles land chasing around th« entls, and Anally Relder wae chased out of bounds on the two-yard mark. Heller piled through the much battered West Virginia left tackle for a touchdown and Mac Murdo's boot registered tho added point. Signs of crumbling in tho Mountaineer defense were apparent in the latter part of the third period, and the deluge came In th-j final session. A paes, good for 25 yards, was zipped by Heller to Eddie Hirschberg and when a penalty penalty offset this, he flipped another to the Panther captain for 11. Heller, Heller, Luch and Relder took it to the six-yard mark, Luch hit guard lor a yard and a first down and in two more tries took it over. Mac Murdo's kick was good. West Virginia tried some aerial work In a desperate attempt to make a showing on the scoreboard. Ralph Daugherty intercepted a 'heave and put the ball oi the 14- yard line. Heller ran 33 >ards and Sebastian, subhing for Relder, scored. Cutri's. kick made the score 27-0. A Mountaineer tackle, ineligible, grabbed one of Halfback Stone's passes and Pitt was given the ball on the 31. Jimmy Simmd, in for Heller, and Sebastian, worked tho ball to the six-yard line, where a 15-yard penalty put them back on the 21. Simnis tried a pass which was no good, Todd Daily slipped over the line, turued and caught Sebastian's heave for the final score. W. Yn.-O I 'os. 31-Pill Karr LIO Hirschberg Lewis LT Quatsu Mazzel L-G : Mlllignn Rchwartzwalder C ' Daugherty Anderson RG Morris Schweitzer RT Mac Munlo Sortet R10 Collins Parriott QU llogan Marker LH Heller Sebuleky 111 I Relder Dotson FB Luch West Va. 0 0 0 0—0 Pitt 0 6 7 21—31 Pitt scoring—touchdown*: Helder, Heller. Luch, Sabastlan (sub for Relder), Daily (sub for Hirschberg). Hirschberg). Point after touchdown—Mac Murdo 3 (placements), Cutrl (sub for Hogan) 1 (placement). Referee—J. K. Kergan (Prince- Ion.). Umpire—C. ,1. Daugherty (Pennsylvania). Head linesman-P. linesman-P. H. Stingrto (Haverford). Field Judge—W. II. Frlosell (Princeton).