The Scranton Republican Tuesday, November 15, 1932

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The Scranton Republican Tuesday, November 15, 1932 - i . . j ' - 1 - - " - " t Red Raiders Oppose...
i . . j ' - 1 - - " - " t Red Raiders Oppose Brown Bear in Big Thanksgiving Game i 'v ... Andy Kerr's Outfit Will ing First Team m Ten Years to Jrmish season With Spotless Defensive Record By ALAN GOULD ' . NEW YORK, Not. 14. Colgate's Red Raiders, if they cn hurdle the formidable Brown Bear on "Thanksgiving Day in the climax football game for the only two remaining undefeated, untied Eastern teams, have a rare opportunity to finish the season with a spotless defensive record a well as in a blase of championship glory. No major team in the country. within the nast ten Tears, has es caped without being scored on at least once. Colgate now is the only big eo liege outfit remaining wiui an unblemished defensive record. Southern California kept up the pace until yielding to California the only touchdown . tallied so far against tne Trojans. To discover anything like an im - nresaive stretch of peerless defensive play. It is necessary to go back to the halcyon days, long heiore tne open game broke ancient defensive barriers. Back in IMS. W. H. (Pa.) Cor - bin's Yale team, considered one of the greatest of aU time, held its opponents absolutely scoreless in thirteen games while rolling up 690 points. Michigan's 1901 aggregation, the first of four successive unbeaten Wolverine combinations, ran up 550 points to none for the enemy. St. Mary's of California in 1929 came closest to a perfect defensive record in recent years, going through seven straight games without yielding a point, only to have a six scored against it while putting the University of Oregon to rout in the last game of the season. 1 Michigan's 1925 goal line was uncrossed but the Wolverines lost their only game of the season to Norta - , western on a field goal. Southern teams have posted the best defensive records among the unbeaten aggregations in the last two years. Alabama's all - ctnquering 1930 array yielded only 13 points in ten games, including the Rose bowl classic and the 1931 Tennessee team permitted only 15 points in ten games. Alabama's 1925 team and California's 1923 Golden Bears each yielded only seven points In nine games. Colgate, after breezing through eight games with a record of 243 points to none for the apposition, probably will find Brown the toughest foe of the season. None of the Red a Raiders' major opponents this year were up to their usual standard. On the other hand. Brown in succession administered the first defeats of the season to such teams as Yale. Tufts, Harvard. Holy Cross and Columbia. The Bears have yielded only 21 points in seven games. Lacka. Italian League ITALIAN GARDEN REST . J. Samela 173 191 ltd Magnotta 173 192 184 Oenaro 170 187 175 Minelii 190 209 160 C. Collangelo 181 135 181 Totals 877 914 880 CADILLAC RESTAURANT Suppy 179 195 183 Bartocci 217 224 175 Lawrence 181 190 165 Durkin 179 191 189 P. N. - tarl 194 178 189 Totals 950 979 901 NOTARI DRUGS Mattiucei 176 196 179 180 189 170 181 153 194 887 145 177 193 144 185 844 159 176 143 175 188 Ed Notari E. Notari . Povoromo . C. Samela 151 171 170 180 202 144 901 Totals 798 PAGNOTTI'S RECREATION Fabbo 179 152 195 Cambino Daniels . 191 175 186 161 158 175 Carone Yakudchak 162 Totals 893 841 PARAMOUNT CLEANERS Rooney 159 158 152 157 167 154 Kenny .. Barnosky Thomas Sohna 190 142 161 174 826 Totals 788 839 ROGER & LANG AN CO. Shea 176 201 137 Hudak 159 179 212 L. Parrish 183 138 145 Morgan 152 173 193 Ardissoni 175 180 207 Totals 845 871 894 BURNS OLDSMOBILE Lambert 154 198 Smith 154 200 J. Parrish 214 195 S.eColangelo 168 238 Spitzer 212 206 1 Tarn 157 200 210 Totals 902 1 037 903 PETTINARD 8 BILLARDS P. Fabbo .. A. DoUollo L. Dollollo . Caseila .... Cavalier ... T.'maeettl . 147 139 145 183 178 203 150 155 204 183 198 203 155 187 221 ...Totals 792 943 Bit PUHRMAN AWNINGS Davis 117 179 10 157 151 152 155 Carlo 149 Morinl 201 Captor Supeck 195 Quick 181 Totals 143 forfeited. 167 lit 151 195 118 805 . Team high 1 game Bume Olds - mobile, 1037. Team high 3 games Bume Oldsmoblle. 2842. Player high 1 game 8. Colangelo. 238. Player high i games apitter. - McGinnis Recovering Cyril McOinnls. well known looal sportsman, was able to sit up at his home In South Scranton yesterday for the first time in three weeks. He has teen seriously ill. MoOlnnis is prominently identified in local basketball circles. Banouet Postponed The rletoiy banquet of the Petere - : hurt Boosters' baseball Uam originally scheduled to be held on Saturday. Wtrt. M, Ism been postponed until set unit. Dae. it. according to an i : juMKtaMBt made last night by Jot Wirth, manager af uu team. V . Have Opportunity of Be - r ouuiBii asricio (By the Associated Press) WASHINGTON, D. a Fairly well satisfied with Georgetown's defense, Jack Hagerty now is aiming at developing an offense that will score some points against Bucksell this week. NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. Rut gers, middle three champion, went through a signal drill today in preparation for the Scarlet's closing game against Springfield. . ANNAPOLIS, Md. Barring injuries this week. Navy expects to be in top condition for the battle with Notre Dame in Cleveland. NEW YORK Columbia emerged from the gruelling game with Brown in excellent shape and will be at full strength for the closing game with Syracuse. WEST POINT, N. Y. Although Army worked out for 45 minutes, the session was conducted behind curtains ana coacnes aecunea to disclose wnat took place. ITHACA. N. Y. Cornell, aiming; at the Thanksgiving day battle with Penn, went through a lisht sumal drill after hearing a lecture from Coach Gil Dobie. NEW YORK For the first time since the campaign opened. New York university was given a complete holiday. They meet Carnegie Tech Thanksgiving day. PHILADELPHIA Penn was riven a holiday but Harvey Harm an found occasion to remark that his team's play against Ohio State indicated some changes might be necessary before the Cornell fray. PHILADELPHIA TemDle and Vil la novs drilled assiduously for their meeting Saturday. Villanova worked against a scrub team which used Temple plays. Temple practiced on a defense against forward passes. NEW HAVEN. Conn. Instead of an expected holiday. Yale was called unon to go througn a snappy drill in preparation for the Harvard contest. Joe Crowley was back at bis regular post at rant naiiback. reolacinc Andv Callan. slightly injured in the Prince - ion game. HAMILTON. N. Y. Andv Kerr de ferred the start of Colgate's practice for the Brown same until tomorrow. Every player came through the Syracuse game uninjured. South Side League P. O. S. OF A REALTY CO Lewert 212 205 185 180 177 176 203 177 176 172 21 J Schield 192 Fruehan 202 Kleinschrodt 172 Roedel 158 Totals 936 MIRTZ'S 923 938 McCormack 202 Klein 77 180 Duds 159 184 177 163 167 217 i 156 118 169 Forster 186 Weber 180 B. Mirts 235 Totals 963 HU ESTER'S 849 898 Barclay 178 Stone 201 230 175 156 164 187 Dieting 183 A. Huester 149 A Nicholas 160 Totals 871 JR. O. U. A. It 831 912 Berkey 166 Williams 201 Eutize 167 Rodney 190 Pawlo'kl 148 171 202 146 335 174 313 183 176 177 221 Total! 872 928 970 GENE OUOYLaTS CATERERS Scull 179 223 181 isi 191 191 198 E. Notari Deitrick . 200 isi 216 279 16) McGinnis 18 McHugh . P. Notari 200 203 Totals 1059 946 949 FRED DERBY'S SOUTH SIDERS Albrecht 195 200 162 204 184 167 ITi 190 193 Frants 232 163 213 147 Nicholas .... Cunningham J. Snyder .. 210 251 Totals 950 917 934 W H. A SCHMITT'S REGISTERS. Blici ens '. 207 181 Butke 139 173 Schauer 231 177 Tomasetti 310 300 Brennan 169 344 Totals ........ 958 975 SOUTH SIDE BOOSTERS Plappert 159 160 Ratchtord 166 '169 Swamley 179 314 OToole 197 160 Durkin 155 169 Totali . 856 873 867 111 165 160 179 168 Team High. One Oame Otne O'Boyle Caterers. 1059. Team High. Three Oemea Oer.e O'Boyle s Caterers, 2954. Individual High, One Game P. No. tan, m. Individual . High. Three Oamet P. Notari, 673. . IAIT m UiTTV Andy Coakley. victim of a Christy Mathewson ahutout victory during the thUMM.nUntl MrM vriM In 1901. is now baseball coach at Columbia university.

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