Stanley Paschal Won High Praise Of Roper
STALELY PASCHAL VON HIGH PRAISE OF ROPER This is Hie third of a series of articles which are inlenciril to do homage to fanner gridiron heroes heroes who have become factors in the development of West I'ahn Uracil and her nistcr city. A KTIl'I.K nr STAM.KV PASCHAL Of I'rincelon (As told to Karle Watson) Like all "big three" heroes, the star of Stanley raschal, affable J'alm Meach contractor, began to gleam brightly in prep school days, to set firmly over the emerald w,at,l that caipets I'almer stadium at I'rinceton. This splendidly sculpt uted man of Ihe gridiron enjoyed the most pleasant of football anti-climaxes. anti-climaxes. anti-climaxes. From Ihe classic campus nf the famed Hill's preparatory school, of I'ottstown, l'a., he, no doubt inspired by the performance of his boy friend. John Acosla, of Vale, emulated thai worthy by immediately installing himself as one of Ihe invluable cog.i in the celebrated I'tinceton freshman I eleven of 1520, which won drulhles.-, drulhles.-, drulhles.-, fame. raschal played every minute of, every game the Nassau Kittens in- in- ilulgeil in that year. Which is after j a fashion of saying that his every moment as A freshman gridman was j ; full of the glowr of victory, for tliej yearlings not only captured every contest, but ran smoothly over the! plehes of both Yale and Harvard. At the end of that glorious season. stoical ISill Jtoper, I'rinceton grid j chieftain, lay a calloused hand on i 1'aschnl's hack, and among other things told thfl young man just 1S years old at the time that he was ; doing well, exceedingly well. And Nassau's grid chief added, as an afterthought, "1 want you next year, indeed 1 do." j As accounts have it, P.oper had i him next year, and so did Vale and j Harvard, who had so much of him that they really cared not if they, never saw him more. As a matter! of record, he was told by frenzied : adherents of the Harvard Crimson j that he might jolly well throw his j hat into the Grand Canyon and jump after it, if he was to persist in mak-. mak-. mak-. Ing' monkeys of fellows who opposed him at guard and tackle. Not that the Crimson and Kli did not win. It was a lean I'rincelon year from the standpoint of victories. victories. But they saw In the hustling linesman from Pennsylvania, a constant constant menace of the future, I In l'.i:i (heir fears proved Justified. Paschal, playing on that great eleven j that numbered Captain "Hool 'Sniv-! 'Sniv-! 'Sniv-! eley, the talented Ken Smith, Howell j and Van Grbig, won its first "big three" title In many years. Harvard I was (lopped, 10-3, 10-3, 10-3, anil the following Saturday saw Tigerlown go wild I with Joy when Ken Smith booted a smart diop kick from way out there lo give It to Nassau, S-0. S-0. S-0. Small mat-I mat-I mat-I ler that Knute Kutkne's Horsemen had hsaten the Titers, 2 j 2, earlier : in the season. This was Princeton's year, srid the beautiful campus rang with Joy. Paschal says he'll never forget (he Hill prep team which mastered Phil-llpa-Andover, Phil-llpa-Andover, Phil-llpa-Andover, Phil-llpa-Andover, Phil-llpa-Andover, K-xeler K-xeler K-xeler and Mmvers-burs; Mmvers-burs; Mmvers-burs; In 1019. Nor 'the Princeton freshmen of 19:10, whose matchless record Is written above. The vtrappinir contractor, . an Inspiring Inspiring specimen of physical development, development, was a success from the moment moment when lie "strode Inlo Ihe busl- busl- i ness world s the partner of hit-i hit-i hit-i father, The firm of Paschal & Son functions with all the precision nf that sreat Princeton club of The Brazilian Court hotel Is oils ol th monuments to its efficiency. i1 o 7 a Stanley Paschal "W'lien, us a member of Hill's (Penn.) prop eleven, he stood on the threshold of a great career (hat was to come nt Princeton. A. A. U. ACCEPTS NEW RECORD BY PADDOCK P.altimore. Mil., Nov. 15.-AP-The 15.-AP-The 15.-AP-The 15.-AP-The 15.-AP-The Amateur Athletic I'nion in annual convention today ratified the world's record-smashing record-smashing record-smashing sprint performances of Charley Paddock for 100 yards and of Roland Locke, Cniversity of Nebraska slar, for "I'd yards, but closed the door to acceptance of further further records timed by tenth-second tenth-second tenth-second mulches. The expected fight over acceptance of the records themselves- themselves- 9 5-10 5-10 5-10 seconds for th century by Paddock and 20.1-10 20.1-10 20.1-10 seconds for the furlong by Locke --failed --failed --failed to materialize, lioth were ratified without objections, but it was only after spirited debute that Ihe convention voted to taboo, after next January 1, the type of matches that registered these performances (and to re -adopt a.s official the fifth- fifth- second timepieces. RAINS CONTINUE TO HIT RACING AT SEMINOLE Longwood, Fla., Nov. If.. AP Continuous rain, which halted the trotting and racing events tit the Seminola lliicing club's track lure Saturday afternoon again stopped the program today, with a steady drizzle, making the track heavy and difficult to negotiate. The management management has announced that the events will be moved up In oilier (hat the full program may be presented, the Siil unlay events being slated for tomorrow. tomorrow. .Monday and Friday of each week have, heen designated ns Indies' da.y at the track, it was announced. hM v i'' H , A .. . t.. j. i. ... i . ' ,-T. ,-T. ,-T.