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•rf? With Last Minute Wins Saturday On 1C lorth Carolina Pre-Flight [Conies .Oil in., Fourth Period To Turn Duke •Backward 5cars_Stopped As California Tied |1 emson, Beat'eii . by Icorgia "Teclt, Spills' North Carolina State in Last Tick BY HAROLD OLAASSHN •" =w York, Oct. 7. WHThere's old adage that "all's well that |ds well" and.;.'many a football aefc—will—agrg£. with it tonight ker watching his . .team . come •rough in the final-niinute*. .after flight victon' of "with- a gpectaou iarquette was 'on the threshold a 2 to 0 upset over 'Wisconsin I the start of the,final quarter but ie Badgers unleashed Earl Girarcj Id Wisconsin won. 21 to 3; North |rolina Pre-Plight got a fourth riod marker to down Duke, 13 6; Clcmsorv licked ;by'Qeorgla |ch in 51 to 0 game last week, me back to spill previously un-> p.ten North Caroling gtate" 13,: to 7, *' a score that Just beat the "gun find then there were final-minute p-orks that didn't pan out, such | the quarterback sneak from' the p-yard line m/the dyin? moments j the California-Southern Cali- Inla game. Tho Bears' thrust was Tpped oold and California had to [content with n e to 6 deadlock ih the highly favored Trojans, fcven where the score was lop- led, the last quarter brought jny spectacular Plays. Ohio State's al touchdown in 'the 34 lo. t over Iowa was the result of ' Gene Janeqko's •M-.yard run; pa Pre-Flight dumped the touted tond Air Force/ Superbombers, 12 16, on Bus Merles' 33-yard scor- I sprint in the third arjci. in fry's 55 to H conquest o? Pej |te, the Middies .closed their ring on a 50 yard aerial frorn flee Smith to Rliss Owens. iVIuph Power other games, the thrill wan the ier on display; Army's unbeaten 3pns romped over Brown, 59 to 7; fre Dame uncovered Achille bick) Maggioli at Tulane'* ex- ise, 26 io 0; .Randolph yji |tinued its domination of- the ulhwest by beating'Texas,-42 to pake Forest-polished oft Mary- p, 39 to 0; Iowa atate drubbed pe College, 59 to 0; Washing- continued its unbeaten -ways, ning Willamette, 40 to B,; »nd |bama'a 43 to 7 verdict oy«r vard, , other parks there were such lelties as Yale's 16 lo 7 win over pell with some Eli points taken |y because of 12- men on the field" and Illinois losinp Idue 35 to 19, without punting lngle,.time. Purdue got li points Ihe last period. Jlchigan, with Bob Welse in the fer's seat, upset favored Minne*, also by getting H points'in [last stanza, The flnal scare was o 13. • arvard. approached its first un[en season since 1932 with a 33 decision over Boston College game watched by 43,000. PUU- gs, blasted by Notre Pame a - ago, came back;to spill Beth- 50-is. Missouri 'also staged a jeback, defeating Kansas State lo 0 after losing a week ago to State, 54 to 0, . other a'fuvte?. Oreat kskej tiked Northwestern 25 .to • 0; Inessee bested Mississippi, 20 ]; Georgia Tech mastered North plina, 28 to 0; VMI took Rich- bd, 38 .to 20; Rica ahRded Jxwts- * State, 14 to 13; Arkansas and las Christian tied, 6 to 6; Viria surprised Wejt Virginia, 34 to 1 Pennsylvania trimmed Dart- bth 20 to « and Columbia won Isecond In a row, 26 to 2, with Ttcuse the victim. buy's Power Too much For Bruins *st Point, N. .Y., Oct. 7 </R — Jys power-packed Cadet* went |, around and through Brown's fns for nine touchdowns today fa 53 to 7 victory—their second {-sided triumph of the infant •paign. llenn Davis, who subbed a week T for half back Dale HaU to Jea<5 t scoring with three touchdowns, I the same thing Jn thij frame role py. He romped 17 yarn's, f.gr one fker, returning. fl punt'93 y«rd« I another, and then topped off [spree by taking a 22-yard paw [the third. fhe Army scored two touchdowns I passes of 22 and 25 yards, got i on a recovered fumble -which a |sUtute guard carried for 48 ", returned p W t.$ twice for §3 and markers, and the four |ers came on runs or plunges [from three to 40 yards. ' touchdowns, the only one .aintt the. Army this fa.ll, the pfcture play,, however, atu- Goodman raced 38 yards to. tlie ny 12, and then hit O'Brien with •ass. on the two. Three plays mov- I the Bniins back to. the 10, but [mams grabbed a pass on the f. only te fumble it when tRcKled, l e ball mty i n tp the end zone Icre Moody, sub . Srawri suard, I to fall on it. The ball squirted |r the sideline of the end zone, [wcvcr, and the -officials gave Ipdy the touchdown,. :• T-xcept foil the-touchdown march. K>wn hit Army territory only once, Jichini the cad.et 43 Jn.tho ffid.in.fr |nujc« when PM» interference WM on a. 35-yard, desperation toach Enrljitillt uwd ,<l *yers In th« rout, and the 1;hir«J ingers did tlmcwt w well tut the •• Frankliia Blanks Final Quarter of. Eucounl : er Was, a. Scoring Holt for th« Victory Hh ,. W. V*,;:6ot, . •high'- school "• gridders madt a clean', sweep, of their "game; with fcqmhey : her* : yeatardty, winning 33-0, Jfc T^M the flrat -viotoi-y' 6>r the local team, having been set ba'ck by Ttiornaa in the opener, 13-0, In a rion-oortfe»rice game, 'anr}.!to Harrisonburg, (Va,) 37-19 week. -Coming back to. play week, the Franlclinites turned on the boys from Romney and played them ofl .their feet. ' ; .: In-tlie first quarter, the ball moved back and forth hut In the seoond -jwrStxJ, . Fr»nkUn - marched up fleld to the Romney .two/ where Orlgler carried. .th« ball .over for the touchdown. Placement'.failed. The third period went, scoreless am then in:;ths final, the local boya hit with everything they.had. J, Sites passed to Murpliy for 40 yards »nc * touolvdown, Crigler plunged for the «jctra. point. t -.. A couple'of JtilnuWi later, Grig ler passed to Murphy for 25 yards and the ball win downed for another six Mints. J. Sites : plunge{ for;th«i.txlr».point. After a lit spairinj for;position, Elyard ;on * reverse, ran. 3$ yards for a touchdown and J.' Sites passed to Elyar<j lor th,e. extra point, ..... •The final. touchdown was Just bofore' the close of the game when Crlgler intercepted a Romriey pass in mldfleld. and ran it back fo: a touchdown. Kelflter'S runntag ' was the feat ure of the visiting team's game. _ made 343 yards by rushing to 73 by Eomney and-in passing Franklin gained 115 to 30 by Romney. The local boys had 14 flrs.t downs and Romney six. Franklin made flve but of.six pass attempts while Romney made two out of ten Lln«ups: • Franklin 'Koratiej fcK-rMullenax .,,,, ,....,. JUrtrnan KJWfttrr , ,.-,f McCuIcj ..,.,,,,,,...,... Maphlj bpclrnan ,,,i. Anto! Saundcn ,rr- RG— Jo LH— Elyard KH— Orlgler IPB-J, Sites a?<r« by FRANKLIN RQMNEY . . . . .......... Bubs: Franklin — Moycti. Rtxroic, Bradley, . a S 0 J7-^?3 B 0 0 0—, 0 Friday FrankUp 33. Romney 0. Hurrlionliurj 34, Moorffield 1. • ' X»l B r<Uy Allecany 35, Rldgeiey 0. COLLEGIATE Array 6), Bro-wn 7. -S8, " M. Muhleritjere'33, -SwurUinmre t. , ,,. 0, W»ke Porett 39, Maryland 0. Pennsylvania 30, Dnrunouih I. -VMI 1S,'V. at Hiohmopd «. Pittsburgh 50. Hellmny J3. Hent:elaer 11, Union 14. Tu(H if, JU\«-0, U.S.C.a. Academy 38. Worcester 0. Virgin!* 3<, \VeU Virginia 8, Mqrgitii State Co). «7. ppl.ware Stato 0. Allsntlc. Clty'Nmvy «, Urtinui 7. Yale 18, CprneH T, Harvard 13, Boston College 0. Miami rp) 19, Rochester 7. Columbia 36. Syracuse 2. BrooMyn College 31, D.O.N.Y. 0. . Connecilouii JJ. MWdlefcury 7. : Morgan smn;VT, R»l»w»i« ftute ». ' . • • . MWwtlt Purdue 35, Illinois 19. Oteivt Livkes 25, Northwestern 0. Wisconsin 21. Marquette S. Ph|o 8(^(5 34, j aWR o, Michigan 58, Mlnnckota 13. .Missouri 33, Kansa* St»te p. Noire Dame- 38. Tulane 0. fcny* .Prf'FUjht j?. Second Air Force t, ^Indiana 8l»te 55. Southern Illinois Normal S. . • Wabash 27, Woosler 0. , Dfnljpn 36, Baldwin«W»llace 13. IOW» Stale 39, Donne 0. BunXer Hi|| N.A,a, ». QttHmwa (la.i 43. We»Urn Michigan 35. c«nlr*l Michigun Oitcrteln 3<, Kenyon 33. Bowling Orcrn <1, Ohio Wcslcyan 0. W>\>X!ngwn 3f, C»pj(«l 1?. South W»Ve Fgren 3», M»ry|«n(( o, >f, 0.: Pr».P)lght 13, RuK P V. M chlftu SUto U, Kentucky 0. Ml". State IS, Mlllispi o. Tennessee 20. Mlsslislppl 7. Qeor^la. Tech 28, North Carolina o. Al*tmt)ia. *J-J. Hownrd 7 Morris Field (3d Air Farce) 13 Ft Bennlng 3d Tnf. 0. 1- v. M, I- as, Richmond 20, Arkansas t. Texas Christian 6. ^flputhern Xfethodlst 16, SotKhweitcrn of Randolph Field «!. Texas 6. Rite If, Loulilana Sute 13 FAR WKST California I, gouttlTn Calirornia 6 (tie) Washington 48, Willamette 6 San Dlegp Navy n, u. C. L'A 12 !•(. -Waxier 33, Colorado Oolle^e la' VMI Passes Beat Richmond, 26-20 Richmond, Va., Oct. 7 (/pj_vir« jiini^ Military 'injtUute's team Qf 17-year-olda surprised today by trouncing the University of Rich.' mond'g V-12 squad, 36-30, !n a game featured by a series of long runs and-passes, The stage was set''for a thriller early-in the -first period when Or* via Mllner lateniiied to charitu Buttenfleld, Richmond tailback, who lwW«f hU WBV behind nice block^ ing for 81 yards to score. After tha.t It was a nip and tuck battle with clubs going all-out on . RICHMOND .............. B 0 7 7— IB VMI. ...................... 7ij e o-3« aeorlng: Richmond. Touchdowns, Sutten' fie d 2, Mllner. Points after" touchdown, Mllnet.3 (plac«nent«). VMT — Touch" d.PWn», Pflw»r« (»«h for P)l|«), JJodne(t («nb for putteMiorltl). <3ulsenb«rry, Kozori ' Orioles Tie Series Louisville, Ky., Oct. 7 (XP) — With, ls delivery as fji?ry ** hj» thaton, Charles (Red) Embree blared BttHl- more'a way to an 11 to 0 victory ov«. the I^UlSYllle pqloniils hor« tonight lo • tie •• the MtHa World Series at one game each. . Score: Allegany Second Teahi Scores To Help Defeat Blackhaivks Hl|h'5 Crimper* added a «cond victory to their e*rly Muoh'3 football record last night wiwn they d«feit«d RWgeley Hi«h Buckle wka, 35-0, In martini up a v.lo, tory J»st .nltht,. the second and third ttvns hadn Wy ptrV in the encounter, ''At the opening or the game, .Qo»ch Walter "BUI" Bowers sent in the second team to cm> the burde^ and/they .were permitted ; to handle the game through the entire first'quarter, with neither they,nor the Ridgeley BlMkhawlcs .scoring, -'• ' . . To add life to the contest, Coach Bowers::replaced the second team with, the varsity at'the, start'o( the second period, and then 'thing* be< gan to happen, with, the; Campers scoring two touchdowns, before they were removed. .The second team had another inning U\ the third period and : during a part 1 of the flnal quarter, the .AUegany team occupied the stage. third The game waa not spectacular aw few plays were other than the ordinary, with the exception of the second quarter, when' the Allegany the before the : Vecond made, John dox' threw a. pass to Bill Stanley on iha Rldgeiey 40 yard line,'whereupon Stanley set sail for, the goal line, and was forced to drop anchor on tho five, a nice spurt .of 35 yards for the only rea thrill of the game. -. The play came immediately -after Allegany hat been penalized from the 25 to the 40; for clipping. There were no plays in which one player qould be picked out more Irish Trounce Green Wave-Of Tulane 26-0 Chick Maggioli Is TJucbv- ei*e(l As a New Running Threat Against Future Opponents South Bend, ind., oqt, 7 OT Hard-hitting Notre Dame crushed game but untested Tulane, 26-0, to> day with a. show of explosive power that left little doubt the Irish will make a fugged defense of their National collegiate title this season A home opener throng of 45,000 saw Ed. McKe.ev«v's versatile eleven roil to its second straight shut-out victory by scoring in every period except the first and keeping the hard-trying • Green , Wave piercing its 35 yard line. from The Irish, who crushed Pitt 58-0 last week, uncovered a new running threat in fleet Aohille (Chick) M&8- Eloli, who scored two of Notre Dame's four touchdowns and averaged' 8.5 yards a. try in 10 bal! carrying attempts. Bob Kelly, star of the Pitt game, scored one touchdown In the ceoond period and started the Irish on their way, Kelly, who lugged the bajl }3 Unjes for 77. yards, speared a ?8-yard touchdown puss from terback Frank Dancewlca on the first play 'of the second period, Although the Irish steam-rollered to 301 yards from scrimmage compared with 175' by Tulane, it was the sharp shooting of DancewJoz and his. towering freshman understudy, Joe Gasparella, that riddled the nixie forces. . ; Passes by Dancewicz, who completed 7 out of 13 and Gasparella, who missed, only twice, in seve.n attempts, set up all the Irish touch downs. Touchdowns. NOTHS BAMS ,.,• ......... B IJ 7 ., Noire Dame scoriae; Touchdowns. Kt||y, Angsman. M»gBioll 2. Poiins alter louctf down. Kelly 2 (j)Ucemrmsi. Atundtnu 45,000 Coast Artillery Takes .Ovei,* First W.A.C. Bo\vling Lcmgue Fin<U Women Teams Changing Position \\. A. C. BOWLING LEAGUE OF pl,pBg . Infantry Air Carpi •4--.8S5 ,445 ,533 M»rinp« vi. Navy, Air C«p« v*. JTitti ,-__ r | r ^, The coast- ArUUwy took over first place in the WAG Bowling at th« Blamond Alley* h^- S a. mree.game afit. from the Infantry who last w«ek WM leadlnir • thj The Kids won the firrt flu™ and then set ft new hip game to win Hie second game In the tbtrd game, by . r „ 70-? pins to the losers «W gtlcks, Th? Kid* alao get a new high set for the season—2060. Marion Taylor, who led the Coast Artillery to the iMt VW* UHe, was , the o\jtjjta,nd.tnB bowler i or the Kids With lia^lp.l04-3<V scores. -Mar; tha WhltQinsn waa high ^or the losers with wuias-rsp^-sia set, The Marine* ahovod {he Army from third place into last and help, themselves to 5 second place , ^ast wee,k the Marines '•vyero tied with Uie Navy and Air Cforpa. for fourth plaqe. The Marine^ wwi all three games, from Uia -Army by 673-6aa, 883.60S and "506-584 scores, iiline Cage waa th« Marines out-. nding bonier wHh R 3oa set. whll? giaudlne Hgadley upset W6-, 97-103.988 pliw for the Army. Tlio Air Qarns their claim, ri.L'i ,o«i y* 030-11 u i .QUIBVIIJ* (A.A-> M« M« 000— 0 « I Bmbren. Lollar; Deuneh, Matthuwfon (41, Johnion (7), 8imond> (I), Waltiri, (t). , with the Navy m to who would take over fourth place, a* they were, tied before UM maUjh. The Airmen. won two pairies from the Nftvy, although the Navy rolled the le.reait number of total pins. The Air' dorp-i won the first two gaip^ ( «fl.BO« ( W5-S71, but the Navy earns back }<? win the third «43-57.5, Verote Davy WM tha outalnndlng bowler for the Navy with 10HOQ- 130 for R total of 337, whll« Marcolla Murray letj.the Airmen with U3-W- •T i or • totol of MO. Uian" another excepting that Bob ."Anderson of tha Varsity itnd Tom ^urris of.the second.ttun were pace «*tt-erg"tor action in their respective groups. L»rr» Crowd The: gains drew »'• crowd, much larger .than had been' expeotcd, Th« early evening rain 'cast tome gloom over the: prospect* but' as news soon spread about the city that the game would be ployed, the crowd began to assemble at. the stadium and at game. time there wag a large gath Bring of tho loyal- and faithful with a number. of others who decided to go. to see what might be done on a wet field, •' , x Allegany made : no effort at any time to .exploit the game, and no special plays were made, .other than routine end rupi and slashes al the Una, : The same may '.be said of. Rldgeley, who played more straight football than anything :else, although they. did-^try. » passing attack which, faijed to 'develop Into hoped, for ealria. The Albanians. completed one out of seven .passes two ol. which were intercepted, while the two out passes.. Reierves Get Experience The eecond team, opening the gama.-.while the Varsity occupied the bench, had good experience, although unable to score in the first canto. At the opening of. the second quarter, Rldgeley wa# in possession of the ball. and; making no-headway after about ten plays the-AUegany varsity was sent UVfcT action. Getting possession of bjill on the 37 striper, Ander&n made 20 through le/V tackle, Paul RanX took IS in slashing: through the same spot and then -Ronald Durst skirted left end for ten, to give the Campers three successive first downs. Cox fumbled on next play on the 20, but the bal! was recovered by ASlegany and Anderson made two plays, one good for eight through right'guard and another for six at left guard for a first down, and then Durst slipped over oile yavd at -laft taoklo and Rank followed with the first touchdown. Cox's placement kick was good for a score of seven points. The kickofi; by Anderson went to the Rldgeiey seven from which point it WRS brought back to the 20 by Blank, Rhodes then had three trials at carrying the leather, losing flve at right end. and on the second play arowid left end, Ridgeley penalized five to the ten striper. His. next play was at right tackle whero he 1 was held aud A. Comer tried at left tackle and It was. four on the ten, and he kicked on th« next play to the 38, where Allegany's Qox took, over and returned it to thb 35. Anderson then sliced at right end to the 25, but Allegany was penal- ised to the 40 for clipping. At point Cox unleashed the longest pass of the game. In pitching to Bill Stanley for a 35 yard advance, Stanley being downed on the Ridgeley five. Durst stepped in and went through right guard for the second touchdown. The placement by Cox was blocked. Anderson again kicked off, sending th« ball to Ridgeley's 38, aud after eight plays, the Allegany second team took over again. "They got the ball on their '42 and started a march down field, waking four successive ftvst downs. Ben Johnson trie$ right guard for a pain, but a five yard penalty was given Allegany, putting them back on the 15. Johnson then made eight at left Buvns added six through the »ame hole to the>one yard line hit left guard to pyt the ball down for another six point counter. Cox tried a placement, but it was wide. As the opening of the final quarter changed to the final and Johnson made four at left tackle, Burns got four at right tackle, Sums came back for seven and a first down on the 19 and repeated with a run around left, end for another first down on the nine. Johnson it six through left tackle, Burns equeezed two in a dive iiirough. the same hole and repeated at the same spot for a touchdown. Gox tried a placement but it was blocked. Johnon kicked to the Rldgeiey J, and »t this point the third team took charge of the ba]i game, playing to the end, with no scores made by either side. Allegany. mnde 19 first downs to two by Ridgeley. Each team registered one loss on downs, ench small. Allegany made 35 yards gain on passes and 169 on the ground. While the Blnckhawks gained 15 yards on passes and 46 on the level, Each t^am was :penalized 20 yards. : Lineups: . i*.—Allerany RM(*Ur f.E—Meyers ,,.,.,,... B. Comer "~ ~ " ' Judy Orpvs T—O. Yoder LQ—Tator ... Smilh RO— Shirley ....... .... ........... Arnnto RTv-8mn' '..,;,,,.,,,,..(,,,.. b. J-nrient [IE — Thompson ..................... Moss QB— Price ...... , ........ , .......... Vile* fB— Surn» — sunlej-, Cook. Nlcicle. J. Voder, Auvll, Burtlrtc, Cox. Rank. DiiriU. Andcrion. Collet. Banerinnp. B. Srolth, p»H, Harl, Swnln. Kfrr, foftit, nobjrl- son, Shnffer, BUhop, O. Br*nt, Pard [lodcliffc, Wenrlch. Clange, B Abe. MurfRy, Rhodqj. Score by ncrSods: IAEGANY ". .............. o 13 6 8— J5 Touchdowns: Rank. Durst. Burns 2. Points Bftrr toi:chdnffi}>; Cos, plucfrpenJ. 0»ld»!«: Cavunntigli. Miert tntl Spingler. Racing Results l.AtlRF.t, PARK RESULTS FIRST — Emt. 10.TO. 3.00, J.<0: Arllstlc [»o«f, 2.30. a.io; Split The wind, Z.Sfl. — Misrule. 4,30 3.00 3, id; 9.00, 4,00; Alca-Oul, 4.30. DQy^;.^ — gail an4 Ml<mle, 'THIRD —'sallo. 3.50. 3.«fl. 3.30; Horn- |eam, V.60. 3,30; Br&t RfLflrnrfl, 3,40. FOURTH _ Neat and Tidy. 49.10. J».ao, IJO; O'Kentlng, 13.00, 7.SO; Actlulrcd. i.SO, FIFTH — Jay Jay, 3.70. 3.10. ?,«; Mr. Pharnfd, li.70. 5.W1; Overlln. 3.49, SDCTIf — Bon Jour. B,«0, 3.40. 3.10; Alex Barth, 2.10, j.30i lUrfnrd, 4.80. iluc Line. 3.50, 3.SO; Ooo 'Donough. 4.80. ' EIGHTH — fen Howard, 13,50, 1 38, .,30; Valdlvfa., 3,10, 11C; 0abaiaiu. J.TO. i.AtJXEL SCRATCHES HACE — O»> Array, Ten O«Vi. T«d Wc«, Teddy La.i. SECOND — June Quetl, Circle CM, "••!>, vantml, "'-- --— AdraU, k FOURTH — R.nly 'nrleif. ' War Bird, lammerloolc, Cunnlf' air). PIPTH — Klla, Jp»n, InaHn Hun, T»n« irn«e. Hlppomenet, Lady Gremlin. •IXTH >->• po»f * Triek a»™* GavaJiersSet WVUBackln --'ReveftfijfeGairi'e BiickeyesDown Io\va Ha wkeyes For 2nd Win Green Freshuum Mountaineers Had Little Chauce Against ' Murray's BY: CHARLES Charleston, W, Va.., Got. 7, (/ft— A squad. -of Mountaineer? who : had Bone hopefully o\it to get some N- venee met too many fighting cavaliers on a . rein-soaked field today and It- was Virginia over West Virginia once move, 24 to 6. . Paced by Fullback -Whitey Michels> himself a former scholastic star at Charleston, Virginia scored a touchdown Jn each ot the first and second quarters and two in the third period. The best the battered Mountaineers couid do 'was a lone tally in the third quarter when Quarterback John'Lucente knocked a hole through tackle and did 38 yards Ul-at-onte-trjrrnrcsrthe line, What started out to be a nice day soon turned into a mesa players and spectators alike, fall for , The first quarter was scarcely under way -when a drenching shower began pouring; over the bleachers. The field, already soggy, from rains earlier in the week, quickly muddied up. Hall even fell at one point during' the game. The Virginians lost little time hi taking the lead. Jimmy Wnlthall, the Mountaineers' high-powered halfback, kicked, off to the Virginia 45 and Michels got it back to the Playing in Spurts They Arc Victorious In'First Western Coriferbiioc Contest Columbua, O.,' Oct. 7 w>>—Playing in spurts, .Ohio State's Buckeyes racked up their second stralaht football victory and their first of the Western Conference season,, today with a 3t to 0 conquest of lowa'e badly outmanned Hawlceyes. There never was any doubt about the outcome from the time Ohio States marched 67 yards from the opening kickoff for a touchdown but the Hawks stalled a flock of Ohio. State drives Just when touchdown territory appeared in sight. Ohio's drive at the start of tho] game made it two weeks in a row for the Bucks to score the first time' Uioy got the bal! in their posses* sion. Five different players figur-. cd—itt-the-rrmrchrrwilh t«;s Horvath of Parma, O., going over on a nine-yard off tackle smash. In addition to the flve touchdowns which counted, the Bucks had another that was .nullified by a penalty. That came on a pass from Keane to Flanagan which ate up 65 yards, but Stale's baekfield in motion. OHIO STATS « 14 Ohio Btato scoring: Touchdowns —. Hurvqth, Kcane. Soudera, Flanagan. touchdown —. Clint 4 (placement), (aoluat) 15,351. GrecLt Lakes Puts Northivestern Out Evatuton, 111., Oct. 7 WV-Great Lakes roiled over * younger and less experienced Northwestern team today as to 0, to remain in the undefeated although tied cltsa. Th« Wildcat line gave grudging!? once, pressed 'deep Into its own territory and twice checked Bluejacket drives within the 10 yard line, but when Great Lakes turned loose its fast backs on end sweeps or got its pausing clicking, it wag again, Otttf Youtit, Avery, 0 « 1-S4 icoring: Touchdown*. ((cr Millo). Poinu . • Jior touchdown, MtHo J (pl»e»n\«nt«), s«fet)r — Norlhwtntern I. SinaJU Crowd Sees Pitt Beat BetJiany .Pittsburgh, Oct. 7 (#)—Pitt's Panthers, bouncing back from a 58-0 bhcliacking by Notre Dame, shoved over touchdowns In. every quarter today to trample little Bethany college of West Virginia, (SO to 13. Only 1,500 fans saw the game, per- hap* the smallest crowd In Pitt, football hUUu-y. Tommy Kalmanir, sptedy little halfback, sparked the pwuhers with three touchdowns. < 1—13 7 II— M Bethany tcorlni: Toucnnowni, Short (for Owtn itoi Whlt.i. ~ 0 0 PITT , .,,,.,. « » tiler touchdown. Drc««n larop kick). VUl J, 8prceX, . ToDclidowru. B»ilt», K»ltn«- " (lor Kielb), Q«U|l«r (tulnuletf). ((or Ktlmxntr) »nd Hratier (for Sprocku I Points afiw roiichdow. Kohui (Tor Koih). flraner (for Bprotli) iplice klekt.) Wwt ward Virginia Michels 23. Shortly pa.ssed to Harry j Walker, right ond, on the goal line, Lopea of West, Virginia blocked Burnett's 1 kick. WVU Score* Late in the quarter West Virginia's BUI Johnson recovered a Virginia fumble on the Cavalier 38. On the next play Lucente got *\Old Liners To Demon Deacons Wake Forest, N, C., Oct. Wake Forest's Demon Deacons, conquerors of North Carolina and Georgia, grasped a firm hold todaj on the Southern Conference Jead- . . . ... . ___ through tackle, shook oft two men-|e«hlp by smothering Maryland's acing Virginians and went on to! impotent Old Liners 39-0. * corB - . | It was Wske Forest'a first ap- The green, freshman - studded jpearanee before a home, crowd In West Virginia line was consistently blajited by .the fleet Virginia Neks •with John Duda, another West two years. The powerful Deacons, who ptnyec all their 1043 games away. frorr Virginian from Scarbro, also match- home when an Army unit ocoupiac mg the fine running of Miohels, their quarters, never were threat' Hickman and company, Walthsil, West Virginia's baekfield ace, was stymied almost the entire game, but provided the Mountaineer's best threat In the second quarter in going from the Virginia 37 down to the six. Neither line plays nor a pass over the gqaj line was good aud Virginia soon, kicked out of danger. In other strategy aimed at stopping the fast Waltliall. the Cavaliers boomed their punts out of bounds in almost every instance and added to Walthall'.s bad way by intercepting two of his posses. Coach Prank Murray's team won last year's game on the same field 6-0. Moorefield Loses To Harriscmburg _.._-. Virginians Outclass Moim- taiueera by Scoring in Every Quarter of Game HARRiaONBDUG, Va., Oct. 7-^ The local high .school Blue Streak swamped the MoorefipJd (W. Va,) high tgajn hero yesterday afternoon, 34-7, in a game in which the Blue ran over and tUi'ough the West Virginians with little or no interference. Only once did (he Mountaineers get a score over the goal line and that was late in the third quarter when Mott intercepted Sipe's pass and raced 74 yards for the touchdown. Combs conversion was good. The Harrisonburg boys opened up in the first period and scored twice before the quarter closed, the first the result of a 20 yard pass and the second a 12 yard overhead, ending with an off-tackle play. In the second canto, Sipe intercepted a ppss and put. it down on his own 45, after which Home, through brUliant broken fla.ld running, went over for the marker. The second team was sent in to curry the Blue Streak banner, plnyins the remainder of ihe period. In the third quarter, after Moore- hnd scored its lone touchdown, Keller's punt was returned to the 27 nnd KersJl took a pass from Home and ran 48 yards for the fourth score. The fifth tally came in the final period, when Home took a punt, returned iv 20 yards and after two first downs took a pass from 3|po, placing it on the 11. Then Sipc passed to Stecle for tho marker. Trie placement wns no good, the first one missed during the game. teonbure marie 330 yards rushing to 07 by Moorefield and passing gains wa? 183 to 35. The Bhie Streak made 15 downs to 4 for the West Virginians, The Streak made 11 out of 18 passps and Moorefield completed one out of fine. Lineups: «r»Ji ............... .-'. ...... McNelll VT — Dicker ....................... Keller ;,O — Simmon* .................... C. Ouri C — Mycn ....... •• ................ B. Bfe ehed by Ooaoh Olar«nc« (Don) Spears' club and drove to two scores in the first period, added three more in the second and a sixth In the third. With third stringers in action, the Deacons went scoreless in the fourth period. WAKB FOREST 13 1» 7 0—30 WBXo'For*«t Ecorlne; Touchdown; Ogno- vtch, Mftbry, BrlnVley (Inr MM>ry). Uven- gond dor p, H»rri«i, Marnfy (for Bruno), SmtUUeri. Toiut i!;tr touchdown: C. (for Rsttoree) 3, and Mubry (ii|Aef- Commodores Face Lejcunc Marines ge, Md., Qot. 7 f/f) -^ one baokfield change was indicated today in the Bainbridge 'lineup as the Commodores prepared to entertain the. Camp Jjejennp Marines tomorrow in the first eunday football game ever to be held at Bajnbridga. Officials reported that it was (ike- ly Jackie Field. Texas flash, will replace George Jim Oatpwood at the left half spot in the Commodores team ft baqkfipd. Field,- who was one of the stars against Gamp Leo last Saturday, has been showing well in practice this wepk. The Cadillac Cocktail Lounge prejenfs "Peck" Mills and Ann Moore alternating at the piano and solovox for your continuous entertainment T f t t f T t T T T t T t f T t T X from 8 to 12 p. m. . Sinitli prlchnrd .,,, ............... Oroy«r BB — stteH ......................... Bran Coinbj , .. Hariwr 1KB— Albrite ............... J. HnllcrrrUn PB— ?|pe ........................... Hen Snore by . fliiarteri: HARBISONBUnO ......... 11 7 7 S—SX MOOREPIELD ............. C 0 1 0—1 Sllbl — HJIS — Neff, Flfrr. Klser, Shil)!, Wo"f. Cooley. Dllworth. McKennry. Jiurke, Derler, Showalter. PiKgatt, Mannl|i(, qarnett. anuiKH!, l.uion. Jrirn.ct,! Rnlter, Carroll. ; Sub.« — MH3 — Pink. W. Sherman, p. j C|»rk, Chanhnlti, U. I1alirrmi.il. [ Ohlnlty. Kemp, B. Lee, nutchforn, C. O\\rf. ' KrsstJ. i Will Dine JR. C. League Tile Moose Club Ix planning to give the plnycrs and officials of the Chair Soft' Bnll Jcngue a big time topped by a dinner at Qiub on. PVcnlng, Octo- . ber n, boRlnnlng at a:30 o'clock. All who participated in the league's op. eiatlon, jnoludlna all players nre in- vltc.d to ho lh« gucsta of the Moose club for the evening. COMING October 1 6 Dee Lioyd McKaye One of the nation'* entertainer*, direct from N«w York City BOTANY 500 GABARDINE TOPCOAT tailored by Banff the Code of a Noble 'Coat '45 This is a gabardine looked on with , respect, even reverence. Not just fine gabardine, but prized pure worsted gabardine, B of any "500" gabardine, king of them all, Daroff has endowed it with the masterly needlecraft this noble cloth merits. The result? A superior topcoat that spells the utmost in enjoyable comfort...light, warm, shape-retaining, long-lived, practically wrinkle.proof. Always mode by the «ame combination of weaver and tailor, Botany "500" qua!-' icy is unchanging. You can expect and get the most satisfactory topcoat you'v* ever had from the Botany "500" Gabardine, tailored by Daroff. 'Che fabric 1$ the Soul of the Clothing The Manhattan 47 Baltimore St. Cumberland - •••« U- t. f»l. OK. pr m F(o fc. : is, " >f

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