Lawrence Hardy Stars in football for his Florida College Iola Register 31 October 1938 ---
Hardy Stars for Brady Cowell s Stetson University Gridders (Special to The Regiater) DeLand, Fla., Oct. 31.—Lawrence Hardy of LaHarpe, Kas., is the scoring scoring ace lot the Stetson university football team this season. He plays fullback for the Hatters. In the opening game against the University of Florida Hardy scored the first touchdown for Stetson and assisted his team to beat the slate school for the first time in 29 years. The score was 16-14. The husky Kansan plunged over for three touchdowns in the second second Stetson victory, aBainst South Georgia Teachers; leading the way in the 28-0 triumph of his school. At Spartanburg, S. C, the Hatters gained their third success of the gridiron season when Hardy plowed through the line for a tally and his Hatter Scoring Ace '='^^1 '^"'^ °' ^ "P^'^been r^" schedule operates against Dozen on Untied Unbeaten List BY HERBERT W. BARKFJU. New York, Oct. 31. (AP)—Football enters the critical "November pha.se of a brilliant season with a dozen teams still eligible for the national championship sWeepstakcs. Rank them as you ciioase at tlii.s point but the undefeated and untied list of major otttfits includes Pitt, Dartmouth and Georgetown in the east; Tennessee and Duke in the south; California and Santa Clara in the far west; Texas Christian and Texas Tech In the southwest; Noire Dame, Iowa State and Oklahoma in the mid-west. Western^ Reserve, high-powered scoring array from Cleveland, likewise likewise boasts a perfect record along with others in the so-called smaller college class but lack of a repre- them. National championship speculation also must include Northwesiern's Wildcats, conquerors of Minnesota but held to a scoreless draw by Ohio State. Boston College, Villanova and Utah likewise have escaped defeat defeat but have been tied. After last Saturday's extraordinary list of gridiron "naturals," never hitherto equalled in October, there Is a noticeable falling off in the claims of this week's program. Lawrence Hardy, LaHarpe hoy who p'.ays fullback for Stetson U. at CeLand. Fla. the extra point, was the victim. Biscuit and Admiral Showdown Tomorrow teammate kicked Wofford College score 7-6. Head coach Brady Cowell, also of lola. is relying upon Hardy, a senior who weighs 185 pounds, to assist in beating most of the formidable foes yet 10 be met before the season ends. Thas far he has scored five of his icam'.s Keven touchdowns, materially helping the Hatters win three out of four games played. Balthnore. Oct. 31. (AP)—The^ A studious young man. Hardy has weatherman was the fair-haired boy maintained a high scholastic record today as the match race of the: Stetson university, winning the mighty, the showdown tomorrow te- e'Leem of the faculty and his fellow tween Seabitcuit and War Adiiriral. i -st^i'dcnLs by all-round excellence.