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took the otal and flunked right end for his second touchdown with Edwards Edwards adding the extra point. NOTRE DAME RUSHES 13-0 13-0 13-0 WIN OVER IN FIRST HALF Georgia Tech Passes Up Best Chance to Beat Great King Knute by Starting Ten Second Stringers in Game By Associated Press.) ATLANTA, Ga., Nov. 1. Phantoms of the four horsemen. Coach Knute Rockne's famous Notre Dame, team, plunged its way to a 1 3 to 0 Hallowe'en victory victory over the golden tornado of Georgia Tech here today. Tech muffed her opportunity of years to vanquish the Itockne outfit, when she sent-a sent-a sent-a second string team against the Hoosiers in the annual meeting of the two outfits. With the exception of Walt G6Uwin, at left guard, the Tech varsity viewed the clash frcm the side lines. Played in a ceaseless chilling drizzle drizzle the affair attracted hardly 10.-0(80 10.-0(80 10.-0(80 persons. Christie Flannagan, Hoosier halfback, was the individual star of the combat. I onca rnrouKn riiiL o- o- . , . . i,ii-1 touchdown. His olacemCV't kick lor - - Score In First 1'eriod Notre Dame shoved across her initial initial touchdown in the oepning quar- quar- Mer, which came as the result of Ed wards. Hoosier quarter, intercepting a Tech pass. Notre Dame brought the kickoff to her own 25 yard line and on the third punted to Tech's 38 yard line. Brewer booted the ball back into enemy territory on his own third down, neither being disposed to launch a concerted ground attack Again on the third down the Hoosiers sent the oval back into Tech terri tory where a jacket pass was snagged by Edwards for an eleven yard run. Flannagan ripped off similar yardage yardage on a right end tour for Notre Dame's Initial first down of the af- af- Jnpon. Another first down and sub sequent- sequent- ga'ns placed the ball on Tech's one foat-Jle foat-Jle foat-Jle where Flannagan .jit .tacKie ior tha pttra -nnint -nnint was blocked id- id- lowing the second kickoff, twoTf-S.! twoTf-S.! twoTf-S.! fumbles brought . confusion in her ranks, which forced her to punt out of danger. , Xotre Dmuc Penalized The longest run of the game came a moment later when Enright,. Rock-ne Rock-ne Rock-ne fullback, skirted left end for 26 yards, but the play was called back and Notre Dame penalized five yards for offisde. Flannagan, however, clipped off eleven. Notre Dame's second touchdown in the early moments of the second quarter on a march from her own 4S yard line. Flannagan reeled off a left end run for 20 yards, which was followed followed by short jabs through the line On the 10 yard line Flannagan again ..I.E. ..LT. ..LG. ... C. . .RT. ..RE. ..QB. . .LH. ..RH. . .FB. GEORGIA TECH (Or Irwin NOTRE DAME (13) Crowe .... Boland .... Marelli . . . Boeringer . Mayer McMannonv, Wallace . . . Edwards . . Hearndon Flannagan Enright ... Score by periods: Notre 6 7 0 0 13 Georgia Tech 0 0 0 0 0 Notre Dame scoring: Touchdowns- Touchdowns- Flannagan, 2. Goal after touch downEdwards, 1. Officials: Referee Burch (Chi cago); Umpire Streit (Auburn). Head linesman Wyatt (Missouri. Field judge Williams (Virginia). ... Hood v Godwin . Elliott . Angley . . Hearn Crowley . . Morse Connelly . Brewer Holland MAROON PLUNGES DEFEAT PURDUE Boilermaker Aerials in Last Quarter Fail;-Chicago Fail;-Chicago Fail;-Chicago Wins, 6-0 6-0 6-0 - iHy Associated Press.) CHICAGO. Nov. 1 Despite a last minute whirlwind passing- passing- attack in .hlCK- .hlCK- J?l.r5 came nearer to winning winning than at anytime .since 1918, Chi. cago's plodding- plodding- line tuekinir team hnngr up its customary victory ove the Boilermakers today. The score was 6 to 0. McCarty on a 25-yard 25-yard 25-yard run through the entire Purdue team for the lone touchdown in the secor.d period. Taube's right arm hurled a total of 23 passes during the afternoon. Most all of them long and beautifully thrown heaves. Eleven were completed, completed, eight went incomplete an3 four were intercepted. Outside of the pass attack, the light Boilermakers team was unable to gain consistently. HOLY CROSS. 23; BUCKNELL, T

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  1. The Decatur Herald,
  2. 01 Nov 1925, Sun,
  3. Page 23

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