The Anniston Star from Anniston, Alabama on October 11, 1931 · Page 12
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.. .. ;; v .'. . v . nrV ytiirrsnruT err An ; - . s ' . t ' " - . A Gn TWELVE enes QardinaJs jiappy Dtns --. ' -" .. 1 1 ; SSI Oil SATURDAY Hiqh and Watkins Hit to Electrify Stands and Take Championship i bt i 8. camerox railed Pre Spt Editor ST. LOU1S,IIO Oct: 10-The St. Loui Cardinal climbed from the depth to the "height tody and reached the World's baseball championship. ., Their "cu abandoned even by the home-town fans, the Cardinals fought their way to truly thrilling victory, beating Philadelphia1 vastly favored Athletic by 4 to 3 In the decisive game and winning the extended. World. Series, four game to three. The Cards' victory was a surprising a, It was' exciting. After taking the play away from their Whit Efcphant rival in the forepart of the competlttonrand I coming home for the concluding game, the Card alumped o miserably yesterday that hope for'thelr victory today seemed given up by all the red hlrted player. - George Look Bad But the. daring drive and dash (Kot -hail irrmri victories in me earlier part-of the ehampluhlpt was revived so inorougmy ww dabby Street' Cardinal made the mountainous Oeorge Earnshaw, No. 3 man of the Athletic' pitching staff lookMlke a tyro. The Cardie led by Andy High, flashy third baseman, scored two runs off two hit and an error inhe first; Inning. George Watkins' home run In the third brought lnwnBKMF The Card then seemed positively destined . to , th .victory Jtheyfiltl-mately achieved. ; Meantime, old Burleigh Grime w as streaking the ball past the Ele-r httnt batsmen. Almost never wa he in danger. Hi work lacked the polish it had when he limited the Athletic to-4wo-hlt-in tha-ihlrd. rame. HI control wa often completely gone. - But the old master tooled the proud Athletlo batsmen into swinging at bad ones, and v-aa almost .never intxouble.ii!r i: v Athletic Score Kot until the. ' ninth Inning did the Athletic score-and the twq runs tallied then, came almost , a ...ik - k.' .. n..if an v r.ich wa a good as won when the C.-rds tot their four run lead, Because the Cards had been ao ! proyed;iM.,PPSible,yiriner t..'!iay. thia game became the Strang t t of an already freak series. .The Cardinal fan who . had cheered themselves hoarse over the victory in the second game played here, end who yelled themselves groggy tefore the start -of yesterday' de- tacle were a strangely silent crowd rs today game got ander way.-The rplrita ef the spectator were- a repping as the World Series bunt-:z hung about the grandstands. . Even the band which played he- fore the game wu unable to ewak tn any pep.When they frequently flayed 'Happy Day , are Here And that wa the way everyone felt. It wa a matter of a lamb being d to laughterrof a nervous club fighter meeting the reigning champion. . v i -. - ', -'v, But when the Cardinal displayed that pperhand,"ttie crowd-was electrified. It hung on every pitch. It booed the balls ealled against Grimes, and the strike called for Earnshaw. And when the final out was made, the spectator '' fairly tumbled onto the field and danced. . : ; Deliriously happy a they were, the Cardinal rooter had one regret Their hero and the world' current basebgaU. . hero had failed them, John Leonard "Pepper" Mar-tain, wild man from Oklahoma' Mils who had hit arid hit to every rame until yesterday's today again went' hitless. - To him went only the hollow, but Important glory of making the final putout of the series. " ' Florida Battles ' N.C.toO-OTie GAINESVILIJC I3a, Oct. 10.-'fj.p.) North Carolina reached -Flor-iii'a one-yard line hi two succes-t.ve quarters but the final result wa a scoreless tie before 6,000 fan In the new Florida tadium here to-. ' -' ;..', '.: " " iioridav which' had" been Lfavored cause of North Carolina' defeat 1 y Vanderbllt last Saturday, nev- r r threatened to core but produced)! a effensh-e power that .wa tar I y;rr;bie In pinches. -. 1 lorida gained 163 yards from ; -ri:r.mg to 48 for North Carolina. ': e viJitor completed iour of ten . -s lor a total of U yard while , " ; u.a made one good in seven at? '3 . The first down count wa i Carolina nine, Florida four. Kentucky Defeats. wa shmgton & Lee nXGTON," Ky," Oct. 10. U.ID diversity of Kentucky Wild ' - ti Washington and . Lee t j 0 victory here today in i conference tilt . XT Kelly led the Ken- 1 ' two touchdowns and r Urna'ak' and Each v-j esrh and ?:crt i tn Dishman and Callahan Win Club Net Titles fay. I 1 I A BaM I AAA AA A I Dishman in Finals, 6-4; 64 Two championship were decided in the Anriiston Country Club Ten-nla tournament Saturday afternoon with Joe Callahan winning from John COpeland for the Junior title and Miss Nina Dishman triumphing over Mrs. Harry Aver. Both matches were won In straight ets. Miss Dishman won out, 6-4, In both sets to gain the title of Women Champion for the year. Callahan and Copeland played a driving game. They , were given to falling , into slump, during which the title hung In the balance, then again they would exhibit snappy tehnis, Callahan failed In trying to work to the net for a killing smash, so that most of the match was Jong distance, depending upon long drives. Callahan won bQth' sets, 6-3, -3. The doubles team of Callahan and Stuart Reynolds wa the first to move upward In the bracket, Bennett Pruet and Jlmmle Merrill defaulting. The match' wa scheduled In the Junior double. Dr. L. R Morton still rest in the emlfinala of .i the men' ingle event awaiting the playing of the Hank Saks - Walker Reynolds match. Dr. Mtfrtbn'a racquet has not moved -in many a day In tour- ney plajr although Jhe has been ac Uve incessantly in practice games. Ray Wheeler, defending champion. 1 to. meet the winner aeml-flnalist for the championship, Women's double ire expected to be run off Tuesday afternoonr It was first expected that they would be played last week, but some of the entrant could not be present for the engagement. 7- AUBURN-HOLDS1 WISCONSIN TO '7 TO 7 SCORE Plainsmen - "Surprise Grid Fans, by ' Scoreof Inter- - sectional Game . .' MADISON, WU.. Oct. 10. OP Alabama Polytech of Auburn held the University of Wisconsin to a 1 1 to ti on'a "tain Httked vrtd lronnere today in me lawer iirsc intersection! tilt of the. 1833 tea on. Tha Tiger of Auburn brought I here the Notre Dame system of play inausuraiea year .vy wucv Wynne, former South Bend Ur. Flrt "ouarter Auburn . won tht toss; electing to defend the South goal Kabat kicked off to Auburn. Hitchcock returning the ball 30 yards. Auburn failed to gain and punted. V Punta were exebaanged and Rebhola returned 33 yard but Wisconsin lost the ball on down. Aubum-jnideJrrt -down on-Wi consin tive yard line on - ? Phlps to Brown, but lost the ball on downs. Wisconsin had the ban In it own own territory a" the period ended. Sxxre WioonuTd; Auburn 0.! : Second quarter Wisconsin gain ed with the wind on exchange of punt. . Rebhola made nine yard around left end. Schneller kicked eock punted tq midfleld where Schneller fumbled. Grant recover lng for Auburn. Auburn was pen alized.lS yard lor holding and- punted to Wisconsin' 33 yard line, A pass, Rebhola to McGulre, mane first down. ' Jordan - Intercepted Schneller' pass, but Auburn was forced to punt, Auburn had the ball a the period ended Score: Wisconsin 0; Auburn 0. Third quarter Auburn kicked off to Iinfor who sprinted 100 yard to a touchdown. ' Kabat kicked the. goal. Rain wa falling heavily. A pass, Hitchcock to Phlps, was good for the first dpwn. on Wisconsin' T5 yard line. Another completed pass and Hitchcock's - line plunge gave Auburn touchdown. Hitch cock made the place kick. : ReV hob) punted to Hitchcock a the period ended. " . .; : . Sdore: TVisconsln, 7; Auburn 7.' Fourth quarter Auburn failed to" gain and punted. -Schiller returning 15 vards to midfleld. -Wisconsin carried the ball to the 21 yard line by passing and line plunging -l but the ball went to Auburn after Thumer dropped a pat behind the Phins made 35 tarda in two "plays around and through the- line. JumbledV: Cuthbert ;reccver lng folrWiscoralh, Wisconsin' desperate ..pasalftV attempt failed. Auburn held the ball on it own 33 yard; line a the tame ended. Final-score: . .Wisconsin 7- Ala bama Polytech 7. - Clemson ; Tigers . : Defeat N. C. State CpRLOTTE. N. C, Oct'lO. (UJ9 -Clemson College' Tiger ; acored their first touchdown of the season here today to defeat North Carolina State, ( to 4, Substitute Halfback Johnny Lam. bert crashed the' necessary two yard en a fourth down for , the tally. Halfback. Lionel Harrtn' lick for extra paint wa wtde.Tv The score came just l aft-the opening-of thej. fourth period after Stale had liad it-back to tae'wall ca two deferent occasion. fin 1 1 in n ii r ii i IHLfUMtN IKE showing: IN GOLF MEET Anniston Country Club Well Represented; Mrs. Bob-bitt Won Secona Flight, GADSDEN. Ala, Oct. 10. (AP)-t Mra. W. P. Barnes,. Birmingham, today troked her way to the' championship of the third annual State Women Golf Tournament by defeating Miss Margaret Smjth, Birmingham, '3 and 1 In their 18 hole finals match-In the second flight finals Mr. E. S. Bobbitt, Anniston, defeated Mrs. T. D. Maybank, both of Anniston, 3 and 1, and in the third flight, Mrs." Ja.me Hood. Jr, Birmingham, defeated Mr. Tom King, Anniston 3 up. Mr. Lee Black, Tuscaloosa, won the first flight consolation from Mrs. Earf Drennon, Birmingham, 3 and 3 and in the second flight consolation, Mrs. Crawford Johnson, Jr Birmingham defeated. Mis Cornelia Thompson, v Anniston, 3 and 1. Anniston wa well represented in the Women's State Golf championship Tqnrnament played In Gadsden, beginning last Monday with qualifying rounds' and ending Fri day. Miss Leila Carrlngton. was the only . local woman togaln. a, place In the first flight in the qualifying rounds., going as far as the quarter finals before being defeated by Mr. Charles Cornell, of Birmingham, 3 and 3. Miss Carrlngton mad a good showing in the -t tournament -before bowing - ta-her opponent. Mrs. K. 8. Bobbitt, who. was the only Annlstonlan to win a state title, won over Mr. J. R. Thames, of Birmingham, 1-up. In the semifinal to meet Mr. T. D. Maybank, of Anniston, in the finals. Mrs. Bobbitt won the first five hole from Mr. Thames. Then Mrs. Thame i , "1 "" " of the next four and wa 3 down aMne enduDfeJirstrilne, Both players were even after the even- tenta..an4 w.onjeJtenth.fri,', Mr. Bobblttee wa stymied with the game depending on her putt She won the hole and "marked up a total of 93 for .the round. Mrs. Maybank played her. daugh ter, Mr. O. M. Kllby, in.the aecond round.; Mrs, Kllby played a fine game before going down to defeat a her - mother took another step toward the finals.- . Mr. Kllby had beaten Miss Cor ncHa Thompson to her first round match the battle; ending- on' the nineteenth holeMis Thompson, in a consolation match put out Mr,, c m. Woodruir on the same nine teenth hole in; the eemi-tinala. In the finals of the second flight. Mrs. Bobbitt and Mrs. Maybank played a nip and tuck game for the.tltlt Mr. Bobbitt finally win ning after a hard atruggle. In another all-Annlston match m:"TCTO10gaardMrt. Wr- Johnston met in the semi-finals of the third flight. The match-waa hotly contested throughout with Mr. King winning only after Mrs. Johnston had missed a short putt on the eighteenth Mrs. King went into the final, losing to Mr. Jame Wood, Jr, of Birmingham,' V Mr. J. P.. Hagerty .wa put out m- het first match . in the second flight, but in -the. consolation matches went Into the seml-flnala. Mr. Arthur-Gerber put Mr. WU 11am Deyo out in sv -first : round match of ' the second flight Mrs, Gerber lost her . next match. Mrs. A. J. Ooodwin lost her first matcn axter a nara game The only par made during the I Mtournarhen.pn,JJ at the Gadsden club .was made by Mrs. Kllby in her quarter nnais ma.tch. The -hole la a par' 4.- Oermany boast a- book that is twelve and a. half feet long, four feet wide, and which weighs twd and one-half ton. UtTR '"ASrtlJOttPJLI WCTr -AGS, ftRTs TelUW oi fi ri fi'lln mm ISTe - --s j&'mm SttETS A ) NATURAL, v rVipT", Ae.lf-1 In - " - ----- -''N.lA-rnv-l tC- . - n il MCI II U II 0 1 Crimson Tide Second String Scores Twice in First Quarter 'MERIDIAN, Miss.. Oct. 10. (U.B Alabama's Crimson Tide swamped the Mississippi Aggie under a sea of touchdown here today to win Its second .Southern Conference game of the season. The score was S3 to o- I ... - Mississippi's Govern or select, Mike Connor, and Mrs. Connor, were among the more than 8,000 persons who saw the game. Of the eight touchdown scored almpst at will by Alabama, Chap-pel and Smith made two each. iong, Hughe, 'Walker and Holley accounted for the others.--Five tries for extra point were successful. Coach Frank Thomas, who succeeds Wallace Wade as head coach at Alabama and who has installed the Notre Dame System of play this year, started the gajpe with his second team. They played the en-" tire first quarter- and. scored two touchdowns. The first string eleven entered the game at the start of the, second period. Score by periods: Alabama 14 20 13 833 Miss. A. and M 0 0 0 00 Scoring: Touchdowns .Long, Walker, Holley, Smith (2), Chappel (2). Hughes. Polnj after touchdown Moseiey (3), place klcklr Whitworth (2). place kicks. Mercer Defeats Presbyterian As Dixie-Group- Moves r 1nto Action CHATTANOOGA, Tenn.Oct 10. J&B University of Chattanooga Moccasins defeated -Howard Col-iege-tff Birminghanv 14 to 0, here today In their first Dixie Confer xcfr-.iMBr'ef '-" fimlth aAnViaMnra full. back, smashed the Howard line tor consistent gain and scored both touchdowns. Haswell dropkicked both extra points. -; Chattanooga held for down . to repulse Howard' only scoring threat when. Oarrett recovered a Moccasin fumble ohxthe 33-yard line in the first quarter. Sweeney' fM-7OT?--L- punt wa a nignugnt oi the game. Uficore Jy quarter Howard 0.0 00 Chattanooga 7-14 SOUTUERN WINS s- DOTHAN, Ala, Oct. 10. W.R Blr-mlngham-Southern defeated Stet-on 20 to 0 before a crowd of 2,000 spectator in Dothan Wiregrass Me J morial Stadium here today. eoumern -victory wu marred by injury to Maston OWeaL tar quar. terback, who suffered a broken cost fin the firt quarter. -- .Score by quarters: Blrmlngham-SotAthern . 0 7 7 620 pstetson -.. ..o 0 0 0- ' MERCER VICTORIOUS CLINTON, S. Oct. 10. (U,B- Mercer defeated Presbyterian here today, -31-7,; holding the edgr aU the way, making 14 Tlrst downs to 7, ana galnmg ; consutently v through the line and in the air. The vic tor, however, were penalized a .e-tal bt -yards, Presbyterian none A 25-yard penalty alnst Merew le4 directly to Presbyterian' only oorervr--: - - - ... - V.WL I.-CITADEL TIE ''' LEXINGTON, Va- Oct 10.- (UJE-- ciuaer and Virginia Military In- nnui Battled to a l.J-14 tie hire toaay in a mild upset in which Clt adel apurted with unexrjected abil Ity in the-flnal minute of the con- test. . . - '.- x . . . .. . The Bulldog acored tint U th Initial quarter when Mcmtoxh crossed the line after" the uUdogs rn.-0erea S'V.IL L 4nmbln The flylhg quadron retaliated with a -yarfl drrre-torachdowhillri the next' duarter; Ralph - Waite Wade the final plunge across the ineranarepeated through the line r exira pouit.- - RIDT 53 TO. 0 OVER AGGIES HOWARD LOSES SPUTHERNWINS TOane Scores 40,0 Over; Spring Hill fmW-EANSTo Tulane University scored a 40 to 0 Ticwry over a weaker Spring H13 quad here today. The entL-e r. lane aquad wa given a. chance to perform a Spring Hill fought a losint battle from the fifat v- minute of play. A- crowd of about ,uw saw ine game. .. . , Hoggins, Zlmmennan -and Le- monn did most of ;rTuTahe"ball carrying. Spring Hill made bnl our first, downs, three of them on passes, and Tulane' stellar" charg- ci . wew mem ., jor : consistent losses in acrlnunage,. CARNEGIE TECH TRIUMPHS OVER GEORGIA TECH Versatile Running Attack and Good Aerial Offense Wins, 13-0 - r-r Atlanta, Oct. lo. ju.n A versatile Carnegie Tech football teatn defeated the Georgia Tech Torn do here today 13-0 by combining a strong running attack with a highly successful aerial game-A crowd of 10,000 witnessed the inter - i sectional battle at Grant Field un der perfect weather condition. The visiting Skibos altogether accounted for .13 first, downs against 8 for Georgia Tech, and garnered 118 yards on nine successful passes against IS yards on one good pass by the Tornado. The air game had been expected to be the tornado' main weapon. -( Around its fleet half-backs, ArX mentrout and Kavel. and ft quarterback. Dueger, Carnegie Tech built it attack which all but one point in the game kept the ball well In Georgia' Tech' territory. Once, the Tornado blew right down to Carnegie's 5-yard line, but the first half whistle sounded before the opportunity could be capitalized. Scoring: Touchdown: Kavel, Armentrout. Point after touchdown: Stewart (placement). By periods: -Carnegie Tech 0 8 0 7 13 Oeorgla Tech . .0 0 0 00 First downs: Georgia Tech 8, Carnegie 13; Passes completed Georgia Tech 1 for 15 yards; Oeorgle nine for 118 yards; Passes incomplete both five. Passes intercepted both two. Penalties oeorgla Tech 35 yards, Carnegie 50. VANDERBILT IS ' ' INVINCIBLE TO ' WHHiOHIO, 26-21 y Commodores Run Up 26-0 Ztead inFirsi "Half of Game OHIO STADIUM, Columbus, O, Oct. 10. (UJD VanderbUt University LloatbAllutlevenfaughtQhl(9 State' team unprepared today and fought Its way to a 28 to 31 triumph. About 23,000 attended. The Southerner bewildered Ohio with .a. power attack , in . the . first! and second quarters. Their touch downs- came one. two, three, four while Ohio vainly tried to mix pass es with running play that gained ground, - When the two teams walked from the field at the half, Vanderhllt apparently baaked in the glory of a 28 to 0 lead.- on the field for the third . period, Ohio State was different. Its plays functioned well and VanderbUt could not gain. A substitute combination f BUI Carroll and Toledo Tommy Keefe raced it vy to two touchdowns While VanderbUt stood still. Score by periods: . ' Ohiff State ,-,r---r 0 0 T 1431 H 14 0 .028 -oucnaown: TOTOme37Klrwan. iienaerspn, carroU,,- Keefe and glchmah. "Point after touchdown: aubrich 3, Henderson. Foster. Duke Defeats -! Villanova18-0 ; MEaattle J-DURHAM, K. C, Oct. II VM-Duke University acored an upset interaectlonal victory for Dixie today with an -8 to O victory over ViUanova. " wa Duke' only interectlon-al game of the current season. The" WaUace Wade coached elev-, en; , demonstrated , abUlty remlnl-cent of the Alabama Crimson Tide last year during the first quarter wnen me squad marched with straight football downfleld. for the Initial touchdown. Capt 'Brewer carried the ball from the 23 yards line In five consecutive tin plunges. The. other two Duke touchdown were flukes.:.' :,:; . .- ' : The other two Duke -touchdowns' were' fluke v ' ' , v---, Scortog: Duke Touchdown. Brewer -a, - Brownleej - r - -Score ' by periods: y VUlanova . ; . 0 0 0 -0 0 Ouke-.n-,-, ;r --,;e0 f---j6-4t Officials: . Referee: - Flower. (Georgia Tech); -umpire, Hutchlns, (Purdue): head linesman, Sever ance (Oberlin) ; field Judge,-' Collins (VanderbUt.) - : . . Vols Easfly: Whip Oleiss j Score 38-0 k KNOXVILLE, Tenn Oct. 10. Long touchdown runs featured the University of Tennessee's 33 to 0 victory over Ole Miss here this afternoon as the Vols failed to show the class that was expected of them. Seattle-1 Feather, a sophomore halfback, who had. been absent from practice a week, on account of a death in hi famuy, stepped Into the lineup and dashed off a 79-yard run for a touchdown HI run came In the fourtth Cuarter and was the last, score of the game. , . Score by periods: ' ;: Tennessee ; " 0 -7 19-38 Ole Miss ; 0 0 . 0 0 0 Scoring:- Touchdowns McEver U),.Mark, Allen, Bracket t. Feath ers.- ; Point- after touchdown Hickman 3 (place kicks) Officials: Arnold (Auburn), referee; Morlar- ity St.,Mary's) head linesman: Tyson (idaho Field Judge;" Cunning ham (Varfterbilt) umpire. ' ; : Bulldogs Cramp Booth, Out- . play Blues in Every Department t . . :.w By HENRT MeLEMORK t'nlted Pre- Staff Correspondent ,: YALE BOWL, New Haven. Conn., Oct. 10; (U.B Georgia brought a great footbaU machine Into the Yale. Bowl today and while more than 70.000 persons looked on, defeated Yale 28 to 7 In the ninth .annual contest between the two school. . By 1U victory Georgia earned -the right to share with Harvard the honor of being the ojjly echoola ever -towhlp a Blue eleven three times iri succession. . t While the hart charg!ng;eorglj, forward- wal wa stopping Captain Alble Booth nd his. mates, IU backs, led by aouple of high riding. wivel hipped. hardKptunglng sophomores, rlddledthi . Ell first line of defense for 13 first downs and 258 yards. oi uieae ma a sonnomore. Homer YLty turned in thV- finest individual performance of the. day whenlSte in bit second quartef he sMpped. off right tackle, twUted his way past-the secondary defense and streaked 15 yard for Georgia' second touchdown. . Oeorgia'a first score came earlier In the period, when Red Leathers, a guard, intercepted Tommy Taylor's short pass .on - Yale's 45 yard line and behind, j wall of interference-lumbered to, a touchdown. Soon after the third period opened Yale eapitaHaed mrsVTIeorgia tumble to score Its lone "touchdown. Yale kicked off to Georgia and on -the second play Mott turn bled. Booth and Muhlfeld cracked the line 'or a first down on the seven yard tripe. After" two futUe crack at the middle, Booth flipped a pass to Barres ov the goal line, ii -".'""uy4oiiipn nil oacr. Booth's dtopkick for the extra point splitzthe middle: v Booth's weak . kick at the opening of the fourth quarter paved the way for Georgia's third touchdown. Standing back of his goal line, Alble boote one that rolled out of bounds on his own 28 yard line. On the first play Down tossed a ahort one to the ubuqultou Mister Key, who crossed- the line without a tackier; getting within tn yVr Jhlrtti Catfish Smith place kicked xaie oecame aesperate at this point and began throwing passes wunoui regard to time or place. One-bf these heaves was intrnni. ed by Dickens on the Blue's 28 yard line and. th$ Georgians wasted little time in 'scoring. Key fllpped a short pass to Dickens who was stopped on the n TSr.. lfie plunges placed It -on the ht .Jrdjk J'Sejiiiexihree trleav umore,tne nthervwild sophomore. waaea -tnrough -the middle for touchdown. SmiOioFexQ-j pomt wa blocked. Maryland 'Defeats, efore 20,000 WASHINGTON, Oct. 10,ft).R- aaaryjana university gave Navy it row aeieas or the 1931 season at Griffith stadium today, -0, b;for a colorful crowd of 20.000. Includ ing Secretary of the Navy Adam ana - Maryland' Governor. Albert c. Ritchie. . . Maryland started a drive In the third period'that carried the bail , well Into Navy's territory Pease went over for the touchdown when he received a long pass from Chal mera.-Maryland's attempted drop- auqa w aoa tn extra point wu Wocked.. -- - .. -x ' Mustang Captain 1 " : V". 1m' 4 One of the hardest rider ever to gallop with1 the Mustangs of South ern Methodist University is Cap tain Al Neeley, 200 pounds of football guard. Neeley 1' a-1 veteran "of two years experience, never ensa- i I N0BTHWESTERN BATTLES. IEISHL TO BLANK TIE Notre Dame? String1 Straight Victories Is (--Halted : SOLDIER FTELD, Chicago, Oct 10. OJA-In a Titanic football strug gie on a neia mat resemNM a quagmire. Notre Dam and Northwestern battled to a scoreless tie to day. A crowd of 75,000 huddled under umbrellas and raincoat in Chicago's big lake front stadium aw Notre Dame' string of 20 straight victories halted by a big, powerful Northwestern team thatJust tailed to score by a scant three yard. Thrice driven back to Its own goal line, after disastrous fumble in the second period, Notre Dame staved oft Northwestern attack at these critical moments - and came back tef outplay the Wildcats by a cani martin in the final half. ; Notre - Dame made - four first downs and Northwestern three and that Just abopt reveal the' of fen sire strength of the two teams. Notre Dame fumbled eight times and these .mlsplays came, near spelling disaster for the fighting Irish in the second period. Northwestern fumbled nine times, but recovered .five times, whereas Notre Dame recovered only twice. Notre Dame was never inside North western's 20-yard line. But twice In the final halt It seemed that the fighting Irish were on their wsy to. victory. In the third period 'an. inspired Northweatern line rose, up to halt Notre Dame's march on the 27-yard line, and then in the fourth period a costly fumble stopped the Irish with the goal Une only It yads awy. Football Results r rxiTEn rass u AlaWa SS,'nM. rrx i nwr(li M, Tal T. VaainklH M. Ohl Stat II. N4i Paau , NftkMttn . Daka IS, Vina Nara a Cmtmtfi Twh. IS. Oa. Taek a - CaaM Aaar Aralraj It, Braaklra ; c. n, t. e. Banar.tI.HK Bainhlra . . BfaaiBtoa M. 84. Paal a New Tark (rla IX, BaHwIcfc .a. Savaackaaaa IS, Ramfari a I'alaa T. Aakrt a.. tmn T. IHrkJaaaa a C?a4nMia T' Waalayaa' "rw-n:.. WtUlaaM SS. Bawaia a . 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Mrii tl, Wanln t Cala.vA(f1ca SS. Cala. Calkta . TUk Arftaa SS, Waatara SlaU t. .Qrava Cly S4. Sllaaary Sack . Marylaa . Kar a. Balalkarr9. Ottarkala . , Balria-Waltaa ta, Hlraa . lUtaata CtlWf 1, Maaauata I. ' laSlaaa Tarh , Waatekaater Tach T. Kaat 4S, W. I. AaMlwklaa IS. Klay Kaat T, NanaCI a Laka Faraat e, Carrafl a Uacala T. Va- Caimtllr a ImU Taxtlla S. AraaU a W. J. It, Mamaall a Maaa Anlaa St, Mlaaleaarr'a ' Klaal St, Wakaah a " . Vtaakaaarc Taaaaara 1, Mincrarilk Tath a ' - .. - Srraaaaa 41, Ohla Waataraa V Mariatta Caattal a . ' Xatkar T, Dakaaaa a Kaaa. AffWa M. MJaaaari V Nakraaka JS. Oklakaaia a - - Kaaaaa $. Jaaaaa MilUkaa a --' ;-' . Waatara Talaa , Wayaa Naraial f. Talaaralaa ta. Aarara CaBn a. . - - 'rraakUa ia Baaa Fair a . IUatkni Matkaoiat , Arkaaaaa V. C ADB FINAL SCOat. --U . Staafar IS, Mlaaaaata f, '- CaaUaatr CaUr. ia Baylar t.' IS. Bica Iaa(. t. P. at Ttiu a. 'T.-C. TJ.-Sa. Aattla CaUar .-- Aria. SUto la Raw Bax. Af (iaa a Caarartla ia McAllaatar a .-J ; Carlataa tl. BaaiHaa a - , .' ' Marrlaa a Um l", .- - Bawar , Smith a Wtaeaarfa , Alaaaaia ly 1. ., ' Savaaaa a Vlratala a ' TirttalaStata T7. St- Aaraatra a .- Tfaaai a, Mlaa. a -. Akraa It, Kaa '. y. . aiaia ia otiras a -1 1';-' ; r.rana WMku IS, aWtaCtf. S." : Oattyakarr . hit, St. Bary.a V. Martaa la OfffiiWt A. lit. iTntM Aftlra M. law a! r,-r-' -1 Ohla Nartkant 1. airkaian T. - R. a - Fraa .tC. tS, laaala 1. --" Taaiala It, Fraa UU a " - Frarlaaaea tl. Tanaaat 11" Maatalalr Tarh 7. Waraar a ' V -.Kaaaaa Arrlaa f, Blnaari T. Marahaa Trrh a Caarar . Marrla Brava S. titk tafaatry , Naw Elm a. Dakala Waalayaa a '. . Warn? Tark tl. Si. iOrartcjlava a Cteaiaaa a Karth Xarallaa Slair Narth Caatral 7. ffkartlaff a' -Bataa M. Narwlrh a ' '' " -. Oraraa ia Waaklattaa a" ' CalaraSa kflaaa a Calaraaa V. tl. Wyaatlar la Calaraaa Taaahan tlonaL but always conductlhs; him self In the jnanner of the efficient lineman. He take hls'.iVteam - to Annapolis again this year and you may Just about expect . to hear! of another 5 M. 'TJ,' triumph over the Navy.'- - v - OWE TILT ; LEFT .- ' - V' - - ! Girls' Tennis CIub Matches ' . R est in Third a - yy Frme. y Otif .one second round match remains to be played In tht Anniston High School Girls Tenzfi Club Tournament, It 1 to Je played be, tween Margaret Washburn, veteiv an Juvenile racquet wieldar, and Mary Martin, a novice' in 'iourna-ment play.-.-- ':.-.-;:,-- v.-i,.v.i Mis Harriet BareesT'tirf phyd. cat director at the High School, ls v anxious to have all matches run ofl and the ltleK fastened on the winner before cold .weather., sets m. Later In the year, Mis - Barnes . proposes--- fcrm team-from the---. ream of her tourney players and arrange Inter-High School game. - Results. In the second round, the -. winners now resting tn the quarter finals, are as follow: Gwendolyn Whlttler won from. Mry Long, 6-0, 6-2. Margaret. Matthews won from Helen Leyden. 6-0, 6-0. . ' " - Josephine LaXson won from Sarah Steele. 6-4, 8-7, e-1. - Sue Morton went above Mary. Graves by default. . . Gene TJoIeman won "from Helen Jane' Usrey, 6-8, 8-6, 7-8. - Frances Steel won -from Ted Mann, 6-3. 6-1. f y : Peggy Houser went above Louise. Grant by default! -.v , : y V, Matches to be played In the third round are:. -n -":--Vi!,-- . Hcuser-v-Steel; COleman" vaTT-Morton: , UxsorweaJJstthewsi., Whittley - va the winner of the N Washburn-Martin tilt" ' -' t - . . --- ---.mv- ii iw aun ycuutuf iu muDa i round was to be played by Saturday f or -over the week-end, failure to do TfeA . ,,.. I .1.- M - - so to mean default. One week la to be allowed for th matches to be played In th third round- " --"..- r. ;", y i Some excellent rnakheshave-i turn nl thua ' im a,i ment, many of. the players belnc about equally matched In the bat-;--"' tie. - Those-who have been ini tlated into tourdey plays have been conceded the edge on th novitiates though one of the beginners may yet unset the "dope" .buckett. and - above th seeded" playersr' ewanee Beats Va. . Wit CHAItLOTTESVlLLT, Va, Oct. - 10. J.P--Happy Jeffries stood on iht 20 yard line f anidrbp kicked- ms irrsvgoal in three" years of var- sUy play to give Sewanee a6 to" 0v victory-over Virginia here today.-. The. rival Southern Conference schools, , who had not, met on the idlnmiietoertOQia-Btnce- playedi on virtually, even term im ' midfleld, Sewanee making ten first o downsand Virginia nine.- . r Neither team could push nearer i touchdown Thahlhe20 yard line until In the final period when Se- wanee rushed to the 11-yard markTs only to be forced back. Then Jef fries,, a, suhstitute halfback, came through with the. field goal for the winning. score. - .'- ..' Soutltern Baseball- ' -Draws 1,043,123 , MEMPHIS, Tenn,- Oct 10. (UJ! Attendance at baseball games of . . the Southern Association during -the 1931 season totalled. 1.043,123, President John D. . Martin .;- announced today. - v " N Birmingham, led the league In at-; -tendance-. with 175,877 paid admls- 4 Ions for the aeason Chattanooga aa second with 17286 and. Atlan- ' U third wllh 161A59. , Memphis drew 137,673! New'Or-X4 leans, 134.579; Utile Rock, 113,738 ' State Teachers Lose ToXEolins i College-i WINTER PARK, FU, Oct 10 (pecUl) Rollins College toBky won over. Jhe Alabama state Teachers ' ' toteg trttatmf of Jscksonville. : Ala., piling tip a declalv avnr. M : , Tecnera' Th final tilly. wu '1 38 to '14u. '. " '. . " '- '. HOW IT HAPPENED v ST. LOl'IS Mw Oct. 16. (UP) Attendance and ether figure the World Serlea followi r Xi STenth game, paid attendance, 26,801. . .Receipt, S2JS65. ' , ' :':s.. Each elnb'a share, 117,4806. Each Jeagae's share, H7,460.8. Advisory cooncirs share, $12,- 324,75. .".;., . ? -: y. -Totals1 for Serlea: . Paid atteodanee, 13L567.- - Receipt, 11,630,723. : --Player shsre, $32003,461 Each elBV ahare, S19L332J6. Each learnea share, tui.xn.. 98. -" , .--:'.. . " ; Advisory econcfTs share. 1154,. 608.43.." '-yT- x Player, share only Iq fint foar g-ames.". . y F y. f -

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