The Anniston Star from Anniston, Alabama on November 18, 1928 · Page 8
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.. - ruE Asstsras utai: i suxu au is iv . ' '. i . ' ' '. " - . 1 ' L l ,'.?ch Sweeps :merWMm13; Vols - - SlMBftV a ' ' , 1 JZELL LEADS Tornado Scores Three Touchdowns In Final Quarter :z ATLANTA. Gt NOT. II UB c -orgia Tech provd today that t hro somebody labelled Iti football ven the Oolden Tornado, the u.oice tu apt, for the Yellowjack t t, iwept orer a determined Ala l-na' team that bad brought the l .lrd period to a close with a., tie i jTt, and ran up three touchtowns : i via 33 to 13. " r between 28,000 and 28,000 loyal : ;;tcr for the two .conference elev-- s yelled themselves hoarse at the t rae, played under a bright blue It tu the seventh victory of the : ar for the undefeated Tornado ; i placed It more firmly aa a fa v me for the Southern conference i amplonship. , , Tech's backs smashed aside - the I fary Alabama line, with Mlzell a : - ::ow streak of speed, plunging t irough the TTldal . forwards":; for t ns nearly at wllL Holm was the r iinstay of the Crimson Tide. ' Tide . Sevres fat Second The Tornado's touchdowns came ilicr long end runs In three ln-t'auces and after a fumble by Ala-f once. ' The Tide scored In the i ,ond period after a Tech fumble Uie 13 yard mark and again on j. lorward pass and line buck. I "unities by both teams livened i e cme throughout i:ar!y to- the-f irst period Houn of . '. bama fumbled on the II yard I ...e. Speer recovering for Tech, "r.omason fumbled when a tonch- ?-n looked meritableand the'baQ -s kiCKea out m danger oy noun. Later m the quarter after an ;i -r-e crpiimRiEmeirioorthrbin- . t:. 3-yai'd"lihe rough the Alabama forwards and . .rui the secondary defense to run - r a touchdown. Thomas kicked The second quarter, had barely irted when Durant fumbled on ' a Tornado's 13 yard line. On two T ays Holms battered through for i a Alabama touchdown. Skidmort i ,!.',sed goal. ,-. Another fumble, this Urns by Ala i :r.a was costly to the same period, '"nes reeovermg after the touched s r.t on the Tide's seven yard line, . :r.dolph went throufJaKSLtriea. .-eu musea goal leaving the score, v corgia Teen, h; Alabama 6. Holm Makes Topchdewa Lumpkin of Tech turned the next i :nDie when line driving on the 29- : ra mart, Milter of Alabama re ; vered. Brown passed 25 yards to urn ana noun battered through 6kklmcwkfcked' in the third period Tech lost t uchdown when Thomason dashed -i 04 yaras and Lumnkln-nlunKd i cr the line, only to have the ball led bacirtffsitIesrba-Ti i "ie only threat for the period tZed, both teams turning to a kick- ;rg game. - uizca - wuthe sensaUonor the ?.nal period, the thick set" little t :k streaking through for 14 yards, 'T nd seven to put the ball in i scnaown territory. Thomason fMrted around end 30 yards for a i-ucnaown ana KicKed goal. A run by Ulxell for 30 yards fol- . ? ea oy a pass, Mlzell to Thorns. t t brought another touchdown and -1 me closing minutes Dunlan in i rccpted aa Alabama pass and ran ; - yaras jot another. Lineup and summary: a. Tech Position Alabama nes- aree ''tbrook ..:d . rnnon .er . iddey :iomason le It lg -. C : rg ' rt re qb lh ,rh . fb' E. Smith Skidmore Miller Ebert Hagler Slngton Weaver Hicks Vines Campbell indolph Holm icore by quarters: 7 t 0 2033 ,!:.bama' 0 11 0 013 Scoring, Ga. Tech, touchdowns. ' " Mil. Randolph, Thomsson tf). . unlap.1 Points after touchdown. ...omason, 3. Alabama. touch- ; jvus, Holm, X Point after touch-cwn, Skidmore, First downs, Tech 12:. Alabama, 8; yards gained from i nmmage, Tech 334; Alabama, 107. ::occAsms lose- TO MISSISSIPPI " cnATTANOOGA, Tenn Nov. 17 D Chattanooga University was tea for the first time in 18 starts another S, X. A. A. eleven today n Mississippi college came from ' in the third period to score i touchdowns and win 20 to 19. h the score 19 to I4n favor t ' V..t Moccasins, Hut's passes be-t to click In the second halt s for 42 yards put the ball on i C.attanooga .one yard line : e Kitt buqked over. Another io we was good for a touca- J first Mississippi touchdown n a fumble tn the first pe-I autzenhiser figured proml-' !n the "Moccasin scoring. He rrett circled the ends for : t touchdown. The second a rasa Ijmtzenhiser to '. f 1 the third by the same ' : Tr-.t for a 53-jsrd gain - " n. ! . FOOTBALL RESULTS ' Tennessee 6, Vanderbilt 0. Florida 27. Clemson . ' Georgia Tech 33, Alabama It Auburn 0. Miss A. a M. 13. J V. P. X. 13, Washington and Lew 7. Oeorgla . L. 8. U. 13. . Mercer . 7, Citadel 0. Milligan College 7, King 19. Lincoln 0. Virginia State 19. Duke li, North Carolina SUte IX .VireiniaSemlWua.J9JOreensboro l5fnolr Rhvne 25. Christian fl. Birmingham-Southern 0, Spring Bill 0. : Princeton 12. Tale X coast auard Academy 45, Long TOand tl. 0. ' Marouette vs. Creaghtou. - post poned. ' Pordham 0. Detroit U. 19. Navy Plebes 6. KisU School 11 Wrvrr1 O. HolV CTOSS 0. waahinston and Jefferson 0, BuckneU 0. imni g. Geneva 0. . College of City of New York 10. Manhattan 14. Lehigh 3, Rutgers 7. 'Cornell 0. Dartmouth 28. Lavf ette 7, Penn Stat 0." Syracuse , Colgate SO. St Thomas 56, Cooper Union 0. Michigan 3. Michigan 8Ute 0. ' Wesleyan 12. Bowdoin"7. ' " Susquehanna 28, Oallaudet 7. Army 32. Carle ton 7. Schuylkill 49. Albright 0. Ohio State 39, Muskingum 0. Cincinctnnatt 0. Denison 9. r Amherst IS.-"Williams 40. '""T" Penn Military College 0, Mt St. Mary 20. Buffalo 0. Hobart 3s. New Tork Univ. 27. Missouri . Mlddlebury 6, .Vermont . -TufU 31. Mass. Aggies 6. Loycla. 0, Navy M. ' Union C Hamilton S. -. , Marshall 23; Bethany . Kentucky 13; V. M. X. . . Dayton 41; Ohio .Northern 0, , Marietta 40; Kenyan a Wllberforce 13; Union U. . Georgetown 12; West Virginia 0. Da via Skins 14; West Virginia WesleyiUtlr""'-"'-"'" r-"- Stanford 12; Washington 0. - U. a C. 27; Washington SUte 11 California M: Nevada" 0. Whitman 19; College of Idaho 12. 'ynmtrty-fl, - UUh Aggies 15; Montana State XA, Utah 0; B. T. U. 0. Oregon 12; Oregon State 0. - Denver IT. 0; Colorado Aggies 15. - Cc4onuio-XLiAiXklorada, CsUegt. Aberdeen 10; South Dakota Mines 10. University of Arkansas 43; Missouri Mines 6. University of Texas 6; Texas Christian U. 0. "Texas Aggies 19; Rice 0. ML St Charles 20; North Dakota Swarthmore 3; Ursinus 7. Piainsmen Sent Deeper Into southern Conference - - cellar- BIRMINGHAM, Ala, Noi17. ..OJJft Mississippi Aggies sent Aubumdeep- er Into the Southern conference eel 1st today, defeating the Tigers 13 to 0. ' TheMaroons ..scored, iirst-w- the second period. . Bridges 'and Cal houn rushed the ban to the 33-yard mars ana snages then went around end for a touchdown. A pass.. Pappenhelmer to Harris which the latter caught over thej goauzne Drought the second touch. down in the fourth nerlod a. M. made 17 first downs to Auourn s six. LOUISIANA KEEPS SLATE CLEAN BY BEATING GEORGIA Small Crowd Brace$ Rain To See Tigert Win By Scant Point, 13-12 ATHENS. Ga. Nov. 17 (DPI- Louisiana SUte University kept its eoutnern conierence slate clean by beating Geortia todav IS tn 12 h. fore a srnaH crowd that braved a constant drizzle to watch the teams battle. ' An Intercepted pass In the lat period, put the ball on the Bulldogs six-yard line where it wss sent across for the margin of victory. Both elevens used Jhe ' aerial game, after their backs found opposing lines throwing them for los. es r small rains. Georgia, recovered a- f umbled L. o. U. punt In the first nerlrvi mA rushed the bail to the-15-yard line, where a pass, Johnson to Rothstein. was good for a touchdown, -t. try for gt?al faUed. in the same nerivi .... Rves to Brown, cleared the Geor-fJ?eie uf " Browo tackled "na oy Hooks on the rA and black flve-vrn t. V 5? three tries. Reeve anempt to convert faileX uwja scored again soon arter the second period Azl ! passes. . onc-;-- t 111 LOSES CUE TECH T0 A S E I E?S BY 5 W BE P 0 1ER 12-TO OiCOI muuu College of Emporia 27; "WkhlU U. 0. , Drury College 12; WlUlasr Jewell 0. . .. . . : Xmporla Teachers t; KlrksvCe Teachers 0. Iowa SUte 7; Kansas Aggies 0. . Centennary. 64; Xxnilslana Tech ' Baylor 2; Southern Methodist D. a. , .... Oklahoma City U. 13; Southwest- em College 7. - Untverstr f Arizona 40; ' New Mexico Aggies 0. Gonxaga 27; St Ignatius 0. Sacramento junior College 6: uoaesto o. . :, .t.-,: San Mateo Junior Collecer2Sr Chko State College IX Springfield IX Providence 6. Dickmson 7, Franklin and Mar shall 27. Davidson 7, North Carolina 30. Ohio Wesleyan 7. Ohio U. 0. Purdue 14. Wabash a Wooster 21. Akron 7. Villa Nova 14. Grove City IX Virginia SUte 19. Lincoln 0. Richmond 0. Hampden-gydney IX Kocnesier si, Kennseiaer 6. St Bona venture 25. Niagara X St John 2X Catholic U. 0. , St Louis IX Louisville o. St Xavier 20, Center X Johns Hopkins 0, St John 41 Kansas 0, Oklahoma X MlnnesoU SX Haskell X ' Muhlenberg 0. Lebanon Valley 11 xvenrasca o, Pittsburgh 0. ew yore Aggies 0. Brooklyn Col lege Central IX - , Notre Dame- 7. Carnegie Tech 57. Knoxvllle X Tuskegee 15. Canlslus X Boston College 24. Ashland IX Defiance 2X Delaware 0, St. "Joseph 28. Brown 20. New Hampshire 0. " Pennsylvania 34, Columbia 7: Connecticut Aggies 24. Rhode Island X Baldwin Wallace X Case 3X , Georgetown IX West Virginia X Duquesne IX Thiel 7. Indiana X Northwestern 0. - ' Iowa X Wisconsin IX low'State't,"Ksasar'Agglel''Or"'" jonn carroa 4X St Xavier X Kentucky IX V.M.LX Univ. of Chattanooga 19,. Mist College 20. ' - ' - Emory Henry 37, Eon X Smith 37, Paine CoUesre IS. Tulant 4L 8ewanee'6. Mlllsans 31. Southwestern la Inst 7. Jacksonville 3X Piedmont ColW Louisiana CoQese IX ArkaiuM a &M.2X . P. L IX Washington 'ds Lee 7. Boston U. IX Norwish IX Miami x Stetson 13. Gettysburg 19, West Maryland 19 Hamllne 19. St Thomas 12. - JLenolr Rhyne 23, Atlantic Chris-. uan u. Haverford 7. Drexel 2X Erie Academy 19. Lskewood o Juanlta IX Cpsala X ' Notre 0ame -Suffers - First Defeat Before- Home Crowd Since 1905 BOUTH BEND, Ind, NOV. IT Carnegie Tech routed Notre Dame. 27'to 771bday" before "28,000'raln" soaked fans and continued its un beaten march across the 1928 foot- .ballhPrizort t wss thef irst .time a Kockne -coached team ever lost , a game on jCartler Field and Notre Dames first detest before a home crowd since 1905. , . Tech's powerful 4eani , of pounders proved to be rood fiorserand aside from one fumble, wnich gave the Irish their lone touchdown, kept Notre Dame play ing a defensive game.- CapUin Harpster bettered his claim to ail-American recognition toaay by scoring one of Carnegie's touchdowns, kicking three goals for extra polnU and leading as brilliant an offensive is haa ever been seen her. ; '' ' , Before the game was ten minutes old. - Tech scored two touchdowns on Coach Steffen's fsvorite "enfc, around' play. Notre Dame's lone-score came In the third quarter when -Moon- MulUn scooped up Harpster's fujn- oic on lecne oyard line and stepped over the , goal line. Cariedo added the point after touchdown. I wotre Dame partisan backera were Inclined to blame the wet field for -the rout but Tech's line nlsv was mainly responsible. The Pitts-burghers opened great gaps in the Irish forward wall for the deep line plunges of Karda. Moorehead and tetzeiter and outplayed their op ponent throughout the game. yard toss, both Hooks to Rothstein did the trick. Try for roal Bale failed.-!- ' , The Georgia line weakened but the secondary defense . pushed in to close the caps and forced the LouUianians to punt before there was danger of a touchdown. . - : In the last period, a Pass from Hooks was Intercepted by Stovall who ran the ball to the Georefa six-yard line. On a double pass. Brown circled end for a touchdown. Nesom's kick from placement gave tne extra point. zrr, Score by periods. Georgia ..'....; .. .: 6 6. 0 012 S. U. . ; . 0 0 7-13 FAST FLOH IDA Ml SI EPS OVER GLEMSOf 'Gators-BoostvSeasoa's Record To 264 Points By 27-6 Victory JACKSONVILLE. FU, Nov. 17. OA Florida boosted 1U season's scoring record. to 264 polnU today by beating Clemson 27 to 6 here before a crowd of 15 000. The victory continued the onvanquished march of the "Gators, who are looking for Southern conference championship honors. The "phantom backs' of Florida again showed themselves that pass log and running through the Clem' son line and secondary defense In aii.quarters nut inft.nrst .when a second string lineup yielded before the South Carolinians for touch down. " . Red Bethes, Brumbaugh and Van Sickle starred for Florida. Bethes geting off long end runs and Brum baugh hammering the line for gains, Clemson scored first on a 30 yard pass. McMUland to Padgett In the second, period however Owens went around end and Brum baugh Jlnlshed up a touchdown drive-'wlth-e. - Une-plunge. Brum baugh then place kicked goal When the last half opened. Be- thee, accepted 25-yard pass from Bowyer, and ran 36 yards for the second touchdown. Nolan's placement failed. In the final period, Brumbaugh passed to Van Sickle over the goalllne and Brumbaugh converted. Clemson tried an over head attack but It was broken up. craotree passed to Cawthon who rin ten yards for the final touch down of the game Florida Position Clemson nwwn - I -, , . Jones Le. Waters Swofford X T. McRae Hafl i. Clemons Pressley (c) C. Allen Gunnels R. O. -mm R.T. Nolan Woodruff R.E. Bowyer (C) . Pitts QB. Bethea Salley 1 VL T Goodbread C. McMillan R.H. : ' F.B. Score by periods: Florida ' McCaxley 7 0 6 14-27 0 6 6 Clemson . - Touchdowns aemson Padgett; Florida Brumbaugh, Bethea, Van Sickle and Cawthon. Officials: Referee, Severance Ob- erlin) : umpire, Cunningham. Van dertmtrriieatf-llnesma gisv'Tech)rfleld ' Judge; -Marshall (Maine). GREENES WIN OVER SEWANEE ..BY 41-6 SCORE Turdrie Startg Fireworks In Final Quarter, Scor- ing 35 Points NEW" ORlXAmNov7 "If "61JST Tulane defeated Sewariee here this afternoon, 41 to X before a home- l!UUliiaL.ictWil,nf ten thmwand! spectators. Banker and Armstronr with two touchodwns each, starred In the Greenle offensive, while Evans at center was the line star oi the game. For Sewanee .Quarter back Autln was the best ground gamer.. . . . Both teams, scored in the first quarter, 'Tulane . when Armstrong earned the ball over, for the first touchodwn and Sewanee a few minutes later when Antra" caught a pass of Piper's on Tulane's five yard line and rolled across the goal line for the tally. Tulane registered the point- after touchdown but Sewanee's kick was low and the Greenlee led by the scant margliTorff'TolnT for the first three quarters, during which time play was fairly even. In the last quarter Baumbach started the fireworks for Tulane by tossing a short pass to Banker near midfleld and the great back brought the home stands to their .feet by racing for the second touchdown. few minutes later he took a punt on sewanee's 33-yard line and gal loped for the Greenlee's third mark' er. " .. Armstrong followed with another touchdown, running forty five yards for the score as the game 'drew to Its closing moments Whatley and Seeuws chalked up two more tallies. Tulane made the point after touch' down in. every one but the last try. Banker kicked four of these and with his two touchdowns added 16 potato to his tally in the race for conference scoring honors. Score by periods: V Tulane 7 0 0 34-41 Sewanee . 9 0 0 00 . Tulane scoring: touchdowns, Armstrong 2; Banker I; JJ Whatley; Seeuwa. PolnU after touchdowns: Banker (4i,' Seeuwa; Sewanee scoring, touchdowns, Autln.. ; - - The turret clock Ifl the Chichester Cathedral, In England, has not varied a minute In the past year, declares the man who has. been attending it for several years. ELISflEFEATED Mm ELEVEN Princeton Demonstrates Su periority Before 60,000 1 - Spectators v ' By FRANK GETTY . United Freas Sports Editor PALMER STADIUM, Princeton, N. J Nov. 17. U They are snake dancing through the streets of Tl- gertown tonight for Princetons alert and dashing eleven outplayed and defeated Tale. 12 to X For-one devastating period, the Tiger backfields swept across the chalk lines In Palmer Stadium, sweeping Irresistibly on across the Ell goal line. Then the youngsters in orange and black maintained and later Increased their advantage, tax ing advantage of the sort of mis. plays Yale so frequently perpetrates on Princetons football field. Before 60.000 spectators. Bill Ro pers eleven demonstrated ungues tionable superiority In every depart ment of play. The Bulldog, minus 1U Johnny Garvey, proved entirely Incapable of coping with the drive of a truly greatLTlgex, Jkarfl.. Two touchdowns, one the result of a steady advance In tbe'scoend perlod.the otherlollowlng some skillful forward passing and loos tackling on the part of the Ell's gave Princeton Its well earned vic tory. Tale Scores First Tale scored In the middle of the first period, when an Injudicious choice of plays gave Captain Max Eddy a chance to Toss Johnny Re- quhardt behind the Tiger line for a safety, With this advantage early In the game. Tale played with dash and abandon and threatened' to upset the odds which had been wagered on Captain Chuck Howe's team by bringing off of one of thosd under dog victories which have marked the football rivalry of the two unlver- LaiUdsinca87X A fumbled punt at the close ot the first quarter provided Princeton with an opportunity; however, and these fighting young Tigers were lust the boys to take it oiarung a ortve on ueu own u yard line, the Princeton backs began to pound down the field. Forward passes' sipped through the .Air with deadly accuracy. Norman. Bennett and Ed Wttmer swept re- slstlessly; down, the field. : Laterals and forwards assisted the advance and finally Wltmer hurled - himself over a heap of blue and across the goal line for the first touchdown. Tigers Smear Passes Whenever Yale, In 1U turn, took to the air, Princeton backs would snatch the ball and turn It back to wards the Blue goal line. Intercept ed passes gave the Tiger a chance to score again In the second quarter, but Bill Moore, a substitute linesman, missed a try for a placement WD"' Half' 'eMet'""''"'" The heart seemed to be out of the Eli's when they came back for the second half. Princeton forwards were getting: throughand rushing FXiutdTlBjpunta. Wnerifce had protection, the Yale-star was getting off some before the boots. one carried fully 70 yards, and an other 63. But what was more 1m portant wss the : one .which . .. was blocked by Bill Barfleld and recovered by Johnny Whytewell In Ell - Forward passes and a long twist. ing run by Holmes Bennett put the Tiger within striking distance of the Tblue goal" line again, late' th the third, period. Yale fought to stave off the thrusts of the Prince- Ltoabackv but on the ..fourth, down. Requardt went slanting off left tackle and hurled himself across the goal line for the second Tiger touchdown. - After that the game was as .good as over. Yale attacked with every thing Its quarterbacks could think of in the., final period and carried the fight to Princeton, but It was too late. Summary: Score- by Quarters: Yale 0 0 02 Princeton ..0 6 8' 012 Touchdowns:.-Wittmer, Requardt Safety, Requardt y Eddy. SOUTHERN JIELD TO TIE BY SPRING HILL -: MOBILE. Ala Nov. 17 CJ. Spring Hill's Badgers and Binning ham Southern's Panthers battled to a scoreless tie today on a rain drenchedTtieldi- - Birmingham Southern made 11 first, downs to Epring Hill's -three, Completed more passes and kept the ball In opponents' territory most of the fame but was unable to score. Springhlll held in the pinches. , In the second, quarter the ball was rushed to the local's five yard line but It changed hands on a fumble. The Badger line held again in the third quarter for downs on Its five yard line.' - ILLINOIS SWAMPS CHICAGO, 40 TO 0 STAOO FIELD, Chicago, Nov. 17. Coach Zuppke's fighting Illinois contributed their share to the Uni versity of Chicago's most disastrous football season when they romped over the Maroons In cavalry fashion today to win 40 to 0. The long runs' of the Illinois team brought the rain-soaked crowd to Its feet as Walker, kills and Hall. each galloped morethan half the distance of the fleldr Walker, par- ucuiariy, made the closing of the Maroon season dismal with three trouchdowoa. . i Jaclisonv -T,T---TV--. uses massing To Defeat Piedmont STRONG LEADS N. Y. U. TO Violet Team Trounces Mid-Westerners 27-6 As Big Back Runs Wild By GEORGE KIRKSET United Press Staff Correspondent " YANKEE STADIUM, New YorkC Novr Led by Ken Strong, a 200 pound halfback who runs with the speed of a sprinter, New York University's violet clad football team rolled up a 27 to 6 victory today over the fighting but bewildered University of Missouri eleven In the outstanding intersections! game of the day in the East u A 4crowd of 45.000 itaw Strong's brilliant offensive work bring New York University from behind after Missouri had scored with a dazzling lorward pass attack in the opening penoa, Rips Line to Shreds With a big. bruising line opening the way for him. Strong ripped and tore the Missouri defense to shreds as he galloped all over the field with Tigers vainly clutching at his speed mg tegs most of the time. Strong scored three touchdowns and kicked three goals' after touchdown for total of 31 points, increasing his sea son's total to 138 points; a new east era record In Individual scoring. Strong climaxed a busy afternoon with a breath-taking 80 yard run tcr a toucMown through the entire Missouri team. In the final period. Sweeping around Missouri's left end. si trongped flowu the""5tae Hnegtrj midfleld. shook oft three Missouri tackier on his way. out into the tenter of the field and out raced two other Tigers who chased him across the sasT'Cjatlk'ime. Pass Brings Score It was Strong's unerring accuracy in tossing a long pass to Jerry Ne mecek. New York University right end. which enabled the violets .to overtake Missouri after the Invaders had scored. Standing In midfleld near the end of the first period, Strong threw a 33-yard pass to Ne mecek who caught the ball on the 15-yard line and slipped out of the grasp or two tackle rs and across the goal line.' Strong kicked goal giving New '.York Unlyerslty? to lead. Early in the second period a Ions puntljy Strong drove Missouri back to 1U own goal line and Dlemund got off a weak punt which carried only ten .yard and out of bounds on Missouri'. 20 yard liiie Three plays later New York , university had another touchdown. H1U ailed to gain out .strong gained six ad 14 yards on two fake reverses, carrying the ball ati oaa -on- -the iaafe-otie; Agem- be kicked goaL . . March Down Field Strong scored again near the end of "ttas second period after a -60-yard march down the field. A pass. Strong to Follet gained 23 "-yards and then Hill and Strong carried the ball to Missouri s 18-yard line. Are verse play, HilTto Follet, gained 7 yards and another one, Hill to Strong put the ball on the two yard line. Strong "went over for the touchdown In two plunges. Missouri's touchdown in the first quarter Came -after an exchange of punts had given the ball to the Ti gers on n. Y. u.'s 45-yard line A pass. Waldorf to Mehrle, gained 15 yards. Another pass. Diamund to Brown, gained" five yards, and then Waldorf tossed a five-yard pass to Dick Mehrle who ran un molested for the score. , Captain Lassman blocked Captain Brown's try for goaL Score by periods:. N. Y. U. 7 13 0 7-27 Missouri 0 0 07 Touchdowns: N. Y. U. Stronit 3, Nemecek. Goals after touch down. Strong 3. Touchdown Mis- sourl, Mehrle. HOLY CROSS HOLDS HARVARD. TO TIE HARVARD STADIUM, CAM BRIDGE. Mass.. Nov. 17 (U.FO-An inspired - Holy Cross eleven which rose to unexpected heights of power won at least a moral victory today by, holding fast and rugged Harvard to a scoreless tie In a thrilling see saw struggle before a nearly capacity crowd of 4S.O00 spectators. Twice -during the hard fought game, once at the start of the open ing period and again in the last few minutes of play; the determined Crusaders held the Crimson to a stand-still when a touchdown was literally only inches away. DUKE WINS OVER WOLFPACK, 14-12 RALEIGH. NC Nov. 17. OJ.B Sam Rule's right toe provided the difference between a tie and vic tory for Duke University here today In the game with North Carolina State. ' Bute drop-kicked both tries for extra points after touchdowns and Duke won 1 to 12. y 1 The game was featured by sensa tional-offensive and defensive play of Bule and Capt,: Warren of the wolrpacfc A small crowd saw the i OVER USSOUfll contest . , - . . ille Normal - Score Four Touchdowns In Final Quarter To Cop nty rtr r a ------sr.. wiou victory ; . . By BeWTTT CARMICHAEL JACKSOONVUXE. Ala, Nov. 17. (Special) Displaying a Uftn.t brand o?. passing. theJacksonville Normal eleven swamped the pied' mont College team by a score of 33 to 0 here this afternoon in the last home game of the season. At the end of the first half the score was to 0. Starting in .the third quarter, both teams worked pass after pass and the Norm all tes were sole to complete one after an- otner as well as mtercept the. psss es of the Piedmont boys. Tne lines were about evenly matched. Neither team gained consistently over the opponent., line, out on several occasions gains were maae on split and delayed bucks. AM. - Mt - . . . ino iirst quarter was an ex change of punt and a series of pass interceptions by the back of each team. The period ended with the ball in Jacksonville's possession on Fieamont s 27 yard line. -Jacksonville was held for -downs, and the ball went over. A penalty placed the bail on piedmont's five yard line and L. Chambers tailed to get off a long unt The ball was brought up to the 12-yard line and Curry gone through the line for a touchdown. Curry kick failed. 'The third quarter went scoreless while the Normal! tes went wild In the fourth period to score 27 points. Floyd scored two touchdowns after receiving passes and wlfughes scored two in the same manner. Curry kicked one extra point Piedmont was off sides for another and the third extra point was made by a pass, Floyd to. Hughes. - Wjfth Hughes, Floyd, - Curry and Da ug ette alternating at the passing. tne receivers, noyo, curry, Dau gettB" Bf yiut; Roberto. 3tcpx:: gain after gaiii. ' ''v'.' " The Normalltes proved to be better blockers than the members of the Piedmont crew. McKay and CRear hv the line showed up -weiL getting through and throwing the carrier for losses on several occasions. '. ' A; In the last quarter the Piedmont boys turned loose all passing plays, but were Unable to complete anv for long gains. Tune after time ev-1 ery man eligible went out to receive a pass; ' ' ;rT-'K - - " The line-ups: Jacksonville Position Piedmont Bruant le H. Chambers CRear ; Hickman' Capt Teasley Welch McKay Sharp Sutton Whiteside . It - Corbin lg IX-Waters- c Morgan ' rg c Lowry rt Roberts . re Curry , . q Reese-K'jtesw.-limMmdM!xw'X4Glll- Aston rn L. Chambers Lamlnack - b , Walker Substitutes? Jacksonville, Hughes, Daugette, HalL E. Waters. Floyd, Akin and Brown. Piedmont rbrres- teeendGlHespi Officials: Howard, referee; Beck. umpire; Lockridge, headllnesman. Zebras Score Two' Touch downs In First Half To Win Over A. M. I PINE BLUFF, Ark, Nov. 17. (Sne clal) The Pine Bluff High ch-ol Zebras had thirteen, more strlnes J."a tute Tigers, of Annlston, when they met here' this afternoon. The Ze bras scored two touchdowns and one point after touchdown in the iirst nan. .The Alabamans held during the second half and kept the locals irom scoring. been defeated this year, last rear or we year oeiore and the Ala bama Cadets presented one of the strongest teams that the Zebras faced in several years. .The main offensive attark rr ih visitors was passes while the Zebras mixed up their offense, using passes. ena runs, ana line plays, in the first half the -Zebras seemed to be able to gain on almost any kind of attack, but the visiting Tigers came back in the second half with, a stronger determination and almost sprung a baffling of fense with trick plays and aerial attacks. KENT0CKY1JEATS CADETS, 18 TO 6 LEXINGTON, Ky, Nov. 17 0J.K The offensive combination of Covington and Glib cut loose in the first half and enabled Kentucky to aereat Virginia Military Institute today 13 to 6. ' " All of the Kentucky touchdowns came early in the contest and resulted .from gunning : formations. The Cadets opened with a dazzling aerial attack In the flnai quarter Utr&on their touchdown. Kentucky maae eleven first downs to 17 for V. M. I., four of the latter being onL iorwara pass interference by . the TIGER ELEVEH BY PIHE BLUFF over anxlqus Wlldcaftt, pnnnnnnnnnr.p uuuimuuunLD AHE rJDSEO OUT nv mmm Ul ILIIIILUULL Knoxville Eleven Remains conference Race; 22,000 " : Fans See Game : - r.A':. ' ' ) NASHVILLE, Trnn, Nov. 17 (UP) The University ot .'.Tennessee re- mained In the Southern conference title contest today after defeating Vanderbilt. 6 to 0. The standing of the Knoxville eleven now depends largely on the result of its forthcoming game with Florida. Georgia Tech has the edge on Tennessee so far as comparative scores la Vanderbilt games are c&4 cerned, the Atlantans having beatV McOugln's- Commodores- by- two touchdowns last Saturday. Tech also beat Alabama by a larger scors than the . Volunteers were able to amass. - , 5 Twenty-two thousand persons. the largest number that ever oc- eupled Vanderbilt stadium, witness ed the game today. Eight special trains brought rooters from Knoxville while - thousands motored through. Some' 8.000 U. T. par- . tisans took charge of j downtown Nashville tonight starting the cele- . oration with a feather shower from , hotel windows. It wss Tennessee's third victory out of 23 games that , have been played with Vandy and the victory was particularly attractive to Volunteer rooters. , 11 Breaks in the game were about evenly divided. The game was hard fought and the score was In doubt until the final whistle. A hard wind and lntermitten shower V marred the contest f Vanderbtlt"naade twelve -first f - downs to Tennessee's six, and gain-? ed 253 yards form snap to 176 fox. Termessee, yet was, on the dtfcii sivb fully half the' time. : - ; - Fumbles were frequent but none led Immediately to a touchdown. Arnus,ieaa W.., YSnaerput fumbled on the third play of the. game and a Tennessee player re covered, but on the eighth play later Vandy recovered a ban fum bled ty CapiT Witt 1 of 'Tchriesseer It was not until well In tho second miartwr that th n1v im of the game was made. t ' Witt nasaed to Huor ovei the vnal line from Vanderbilt s 15-yard Une. Witt's try for goal was blocked. Throughout the remainder of the game the two teams - alternately- wviv awsva UUW14 wsiO 4JC-Uf Cos Will - A m-MiA - It. - m. making several brilliant threats. McErer. Hackman and Witt were the leading ground gainers for Tennessee while Armistead. Schwarts and Askew did meat Of the. ball. carrying for the CommodoresrNel - ther team tried passing extensively because of high wind and the wet . bait- -.- ; .Vanderbilt Gibson ; LJE. .7' Hull Kelly L.T; Thayer Bristow I0. L. B. Johnson Warner' asrinner Brown v .G. Tripp Lusky . R.T. Aberathy RE. Armistead (C) Q B. MCGaughey m. Mclllwalne R.H.B. Schwarts v -rjff." G. Johnson Alley Witt (C McEver" Hotner VIRGINIA POLY BEATS W. AND Li. LEXINGTON. Va.. Nor. 17 (U.R) Vlrgthia Polytechnic Institute held on to Its dean Southern Conference 8latoby-beattng)v!dngtcOT-and- Lee today 13 to 7. ; Owens of Tech went through for the first touchdown in the second. period after peak had gone off. tackle for 25 yards. In the third period a sustained attack brought four first downs and another touch down, Peake scoring, it Washington and Lee's touchdown came in the second Quarter when 3b'yarceyto thT 7, yard mark. Line plunges by White scor- cu uw woucnaown. . FIELD TRIALS ASSOCIATION TO HOLD MEETING The' Alabama Field Trials Asso ciation will hold a meeting next Friday night at the Alabamahotel, it was announced Saturday by L.'G. Jones, president of the organization. Officers for the new year will be elected and, cups won In the 1927 trials will be presented to the owners of the winning dogs. AH Kinds Of Acccssoric fr ivi ' i Sg r m j B-.

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