Clipped From The Waco News-Tribune
*>f A Southerners, in Howling Gale, Beat Penn State, Until Now Undefeated Bv The Associated Press ' Y A NK EE ST A J BP M, X E W YORK, Oct. 18.—-A lighting and hitherhto unbeaten Penn Stale eleven, caught between a bowling gaie out of the north and a torruido oí golden jerseys.. from, the south .was. swept to its. feet In it« annual football gamo with Georgia Tech at the New York American league baseball park today before about 8000 shivering spectators, lb to 7. Placed on the d. :, n- ■> 0 at the start of the second naif by a windstorm which blew back a punt by Captain Gray almost into his face* the men of Jlczdek were quickly and decisively beat eh by a Georgian pita; k which, tactfully omit- rod. roci-ur«*’ to aerial play in the 1 1 e; 5 <jherops auuospher»<: conditIoTis. Desperately the Nittany Lions, however, hurled short and bullet- i;ke !k>rv\ard passes into the icetu of the gale, but no aerial tosses were safe in the east today, and an intercepted throw followed by a brilliant Tech march down the field finally decided the battle.