The Pittsburgh Press from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on October 29, 1916 · Page 19
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r THE PITTSBURG FTOEBS SPORTING SECTION SPORTING NEWS PAGES ONE TO EIGHT PITTSBURG. PA SUNDAY MORNING, ' OCTOBER 29, 1916. PAGES ONE TO EIGHT Warner's M ighty Machine Moves One Step Nearer Championship by Defeating Old Penn, 20 to 0 Football Scores 20 ..5B ..7 . .S3 .. . .23 ..21 ..48 . .87 . .27 .. 0 -.13 . . 13 ..17 .. O . .13 .. ..13 . .67 ..3 ..14 . .40 . . .14 Pitt ....... Carnegie Tech . Prlnreton . . Harvard . . Yale . Armjr ". . . . Navy . ; . . . . . . . . ftrown .". , Penn State . . . . ColKiite I.afayette ...... Columbia Kowdnin ....... Swnrthmore ... Muhlenberg .... Colby New York IT.... Cicorgetown Dickinson ...... Minnesota ...... Wisconsin Illinois Northwestern . . Michliran M. A. C. I"rFshmpn.);t Tufts 12 Washington Univ.. 7 Itrnwr I nir. 19 .Nebraska . . . Knn&ue I'niv, MisMouri . . . . J'W Asrcies 13 .Mt. In ion 37 W ittenberg 43 Otterbein 55 Case 27 Western Kesreve. . O Ohio 6 Cincinnati 0 Marietta 37 Haverford t.eltiKh 7 Uenison 19 Vanderbilt 27 Iavidon 21 Noi th Carolina . . . .3S Auburn ........... 7 Oencva. 7 W. -Va. "Reserves.. . 9 W. Va. "Wesleyan. .19 -Allegheny licst tu-glnia. 58 COIXKGE. 21 0 3 Penn v " Thiel - 0 Dartmouth ... . 3 Cornell W. & J 1 VilUt Nova 7 V. of CJeorgia 3 Kutgei-H ;ettysbnrg 2 Srhirnld YMCA..14 1 .ehanon galley. ... 14 "WiliiumH 14a ten I rinus Bueknell ....... Maine 1 n ion ' ........... Albright F. Si M Iowa Chicago Purdue Drake Syracuse Mich. Kreshmen. Indiana 10 Kolln 6 reichton IS Nebraska Weslfy'n O Kantian Aggie).. . O Oklahoma 14 Haskell Indians... 6 Akron 0 ilm'.ncton ...... 0 St. Marys 10 Wooster (. 0 Heidelberg 21 Kenyon 0 Kentucky State... 32 Bethany 0 Maryland State..- B Catholic- t' 7 Ohio Northern 0 Vlrftinia 6 itoanoke " Va. Military Insti.13 Miss. A. & M. Buffalo College WayneKbiiru . . Westminister . . tirove City . . . lavis & Jb-lkins SCHOOLS. . . . estinghouse H. S 0 Swissvale II. S.... 7 Fifth Ave. II. H. . 0 I'niiintown H. S-. Cornell Fresh Cai-ncsie H. S. Johnstown 11. S-... Bethlehem ....... Iteilefonte Acad. . Kdgeworth. High.. Homestead High.. St. Peter's School. Casino Tech Keyser Prep. Hutler High South High Aspinwail High . . Leetonia High . . . Charleston High . . . .61 0 (i By W. B. McVicker. Football fan of Pittsburg: yesterday at Korbes Field saw the ftronirest team that ever represented the University of Pittsburg, elowly tear apart the crack gridiron machine sent here from Philadelphia , by the University of Pennsylvania and dash the hopes of the Red and Blue students and alumni. The final score was -2 Oto (1 in favor of the Gold and IJlue gridders, a tally which fails, how-evert to show the superiority of the local team over their rivals. In matting- tiiis statement no rejection Is cast unon the Penn team, pvprv player on which showed at his best ! and fought for victory like a demon. Old Penn was outplayed, but not out- j ' Framed. Old Penn was soundly trounced i ut not discouraged. Meetings a superior team, the visitors bowed before the, inevitable, but kicked up quite a j rumpus in making their bow. j Holding- the Panther3 to a, field groal in the first quarter, a touchdown and a field goal in the second, to a blank in the third and one touchdown in I the fourth session, much credit is due ; the visitors, as, according to experts 1 who have seen "Warner's proteges in action this fall, Penn was called upon j to face the greatest gridiron machine i In America today. j Hastings tallied the most points for Pitt, scoring 14 of the 20 points an- ! nexed by the Panters. It was Hastings who booted a goal from placement In the first quarter thus scoring a field goal. It was Hastings who tallied ; again in the second quarter in the same fashion and Hastings 'who crossd the coveted chalk mark in the last period with the pigskin tucked safely beneath : his arm for Pitt's last score: Andy also kicked the goals following his own and DeHart's touchdowns. JIMMIE DEHART A STAR., Although Hastings gets credit for most of the Panthers points, it would "be unfair to say that he was the local team's stellar performer. Bearing - in mind the high class work of every man on the Warner squad, there can be no . denial of the statement that DeHart, the Panthers' wonderful halfback, contributed the most sensational features of the struggle. Time after time, the monstrous crowd was brought to its feet- by some thrilling run by DeHart, and when. the whistle announced the close c hostilities, this star had covered himself with glory. Despite the "bear - stories sent out from Philadelphia to the effect that Jtierry, Penn's sensational fullback, would not be in the game, were proven untrue when the Red and Blue grid-tiers trotted out on the field. Although he is given credit for spurring on his teammates to a victory over the Penn tate eleven one week ago, he failed to turn the trick yesterday. Time and again the Penn star was thrown be fore his interference had time to form ahead of him, while -tUo work of the I'itt ends. Herron and Carlson, prevented him from giving a demonstration of his. wonderful prowess in running through a broken field after catching punts. He was forced to retire near the end of the game with an injured ankle. FUMBLING WAS HURTFUL. It can be safely said that fumbling, that bugaboo of all gridiron coaches, prevented the Panthers from scoring srt least two more touchdowns. During -the game, the local players muffed the oval seven times while Penn performed the same stunt four times. The visitors recovered all - of their, and Pitt all but one. The Gold and Blue eleven was held for downs but once, while 15 first downs are placed to their credit. Penn made but four first downs during the entire game. Four of Penn's numerous forward passes were Intercepted by Warner's men. Peck chalking up a run of 22 yards on one of these. - 7 Those who witnessed the strenuous activities at Forbes Field yesterday have nothing but words of praise for "All-American Peck." The sturdy ctn-ter was a tower of strength for the victors, seeming to be in every scrimmage of the afternoon. Despite the fact that he received the almost undivided attention of Left Guard Ifenning. Center Wray and Right Guard Estcrva;is; of the Penn team, he managed to break up many of his opponents plays before they were rightly started. In the last qtiarter he receiveu a ueep g" Bates, Cambridge, Sept. 30 the right side of his face, but after Tufts. Cambridge, Oct. 7 havinir the inlurv bandaged, he gamely N Carolina. Cambridge, Oct. 14. .,lr to ris task and played even 1 Mass. Aggies. Oct. 21 ,. harder than earlier in trie fray; Teabody II. S I .at robe. II. - S 27 New Castle H. S. . 7 California Normal. 7 KiskI 9 Clairton II. S 29 "Wilkinsburg II. S. .14 Mereersburg Aead.14 Pitt Freshmen .... 7 fcannette High... 14 Washington High. 14 Agnetian 25 Diimiesne Fn 62 Indiana Normal Heaver F. High Sewiekley Hisrh Kittanning High.. 32 Sharon High 87 "Wheeling High.... 7 IM)E1'EM)KNT. Oolden Knglp....2t liiiitoit trenei : Crescent Seconds .. 0 St. Stephens .Lye. . 3 Tarleton 30 Stantons ; 30 Valley Tigers ii Eureka A. A J3 Tiger Seconds .... 0 Hawey Seconds. ..44 Perry sville -0 P. 4. Doran 6 Hangh A. A..1....18 Kankin A. A 20 C. C. Cadets. .... .13 Bristol A. A 6 Waltham ....... . U Golden Kiiffies ....28 SehafTnitt A. A... 6 St. Stephens I,. . . .51 Hope Seconds 31 Christy Park . .l: A. K. O. ........ .14 Tasml -Irs 21 Taretton A. - A . . r. 30 - Olympics ...... 13 Avalun I.agles .Irs.2j Kuri ka A. A 13 y32, inn 1 LiKJsai ,"i w .1 11 x m 1 a. I ' r- JBecorx? -J$r&&km& Crowds Promised 75 JneChfcf CGntiennfal $&siviGS am Jnc hrniiaf of JBtS Mhugs V. c I-atrolie ....... Carrol A. Kdwards Swan A. C'. Dallas A. A V alley Indians . . . Majestic. Tigers... Lincoln' Seconds. . . Sheridan Jrs. Fremont Termon Liberty Kagles . . . Pitcairn Seconds . . N. lirad. Hose Co. Homenood A. A. . I'erry Reserves . . Hill Toy A. C Hometown ........ Oakdale . Liggett A. Ounura Carlton A. C. . . . . W ellesley A. C . . . Swans-- S. Oarden . Nixon John Morrow S. . Majestic Tigers. . A SCORE OFT TO DATE HE LEADING D ELEVENS , PITTSBURG. Westminster. Pittsburg. Oct. 7. Tsavy, Annapolis. Oct. 14....... Syracuse. Syracuse, Oct. 21 Penn. Pittsburg. Oct. 28 Totals 58 0 20 19 30 0 20 128 19 WASHINGTON AND' JEFFERSON. Bethany. Washington. Pa., Sept. 23. 37 6 Oeneva, Washington. Pa., Sept. 30.. 53 0 W. Va. Wesloyan, Wash.. Pa.. Oct. 7 21 0 Marietta. Washington, Pa., Oct.-1 4 . . 47 fi Westminster. Washington. Oct. 21.. 12 0 Yale, New Haven, Oct. 2S 14 36 Totals .184 4S PENNSYLVANIA. Nat. Farm Schl.-Langborne, Sept 16 SS 0 Vinromo. Philadelphia. Sept. 23 33 0 West Virginia. Philadelphia, Sept. 30 3 0 F & 7.1. . Philadelphia. Oct. 7...... 27 0 Swarthmore. Philadelphia. Oct. 14.. 0 Pnn State. Philadelphia, Oct. 21... 15 0 Pitt. Pittsburg. Oct. 8. 0 20 Totals 144 28 HARVARD. Colby. Cambridge. Sept. 23 1 H : . .I . : A 0 t I TLSSt n E 0 1 T rfk y?" We want Pittsburcrh's thousands of visitors this week to AMFRirA'S ORRATRST FIIRNITURR STORE at its best! I Assortments, values and terms that will make you say, in glad surprise. No wonder there's no other store like Pickering's!" 1?A , TCOn Easy Terms, for massive $ou ioiomai Buffet. Quartered oak in either fumed or golden finish. Massive, elegant lines real first-clas3 workman- ship in every detail. I Here's a Roomful of Beautiful Jacobean Style Library or $ 75 Parlor Furniture a $30.00 Four-Piece Suit, Special at Pickering's for. V & " Tne suit is exactly like this illustration. All the chairs are large and comfortably roomy and the table is extra large. The su'; is made of thoroughly seasoned oak. in a rich fumed finish. The seats and backs are covered with brown Spanish chaso leather. ? see bl ) v - m 1 his $55 Bedroom g r j yc Suit, On Easy Terms, For Just. . Dresser - and Chiffonier in either genuine quartered oak or mahogany. Large, beautifully shaped mirrors. Continued on Xtxt Pngc rs nis st sms sjk n fcs ra ra r53 . m s. 10 2G 3 21 47 Cornell. Cambridge, Oct. 28 23 Totals ... . . . 130 . ' ' ' Dartmouth: N. Hamo. State, Hanover. Sept. 23. 33 1 Boston College. Hanover, Sept. 30.. 32 j Lebanon valley. Hanover. Oct. 7.... 47- ! Mass. Affrries Mnnnver. Oct 14. . 62 (Georgetown. Hanover, Oct. 21...... 0 10 Princeton, Princeton, Oct. 28 Totals YALE. 3 7 177 23 Old Eli Trims Wash-Jeff Decisively, But Red and Black " Makes Pair of Touchdowns Carnegie Tech. New Haven. Sept. 30 25 0 Virginia. New "Haven. Oct. 7 fit 3 I Lehigh. New Haven, Oct. 14 12 0 Va Poly, New Haven, Oct. 20...... 19 0 W. & J., New Haven, Oct.-2S 3 14 Totals ....153 17 PRINCETON. Holy Cross. Princeton. Spt. 30 21 0 N. Carolina, Princeton, Oct. 7 ....... 29 0 Tufts, Princeton, Oct. 14.. 3 0 ! Dartmouth, Princeton, Oct. 2S . . . . . 7 3 Totals 93 3 BROWN. 1 R. Island State. Providence, Sept. 30 10 0 Trinity. Providence. Oi't. 7 42 0 Amherst, Providence. Oct. 14 69 0 Williams. Williamstown. Oct. 21... 20 0 Rutgers, Providence, Oct. 2S....... 21 fi Totals ; 170 0 CORNELL Gettysburg. Ithaca. Oct. 10 25 0 Williams. Ithaca. Oct. 14 42 0 Bucknell, Ithaca. Oct. 21 r..-19 0 Harvard, Cambridge, Oct. 2S 0 23 Totals 87 23 MICHIGAN. . Marietta. Ann Arbor, Oct. 4 Case. Ann Arbor. Oct. 7 Carroll. Ann Arbor, Oct. 11 Mt. Vernon. Ann Arbor. Oct. 14... Mich. Aggies. Ann Arbor, Oct. 21 uvn Conn . Oct. 2S- -T n a spectacular game of open play and ; Syracuse. Ann Arbor, Oct. 2S. ai-imshinc line plunging, Yale wiped! "" 'ivv'ip'niis' oi't previous defeats at the hands of (.Dickinson. Annapolis. Sept. .io. SS 19 64 2 9 14- 150 16 "Wahit'Kton ana jeiierson mis aii?r-;.rtoi-gewii, Annormiis. net. is 7 noon with a :. to 14 victory. Twenty Maryland State. Annapolis. Oct. 11.. 14 7 ,7"j.m -includiii" the Second Con- ! ''burg. Annapolis. Oct. 14 1920 thOlisaltd. inclUdUl,, me to" , W. Va , Annapolis. Oct. 21 . 12 7 nccticut infantry, just back from the , , Annanoiia. Oct s ?a a border, a record crowd for so early m the season, saw the Sons of Eli come to the front. . - , i . i 1 : .1-. T Yale loana -" Holy Cross. West Point. Oct. 14... Totals' 81 44 i WEST POINT. Lebanon Valley, West Point, Sept. 30 3 0 Wash. & Lee. West Point. Oct. 7.... 14 - eyivanians unc s Trinity. West Point. Oct. 21 . it at others, and used forward passes j villa Nova. West Point. Oct. 28 to-' some advantage, though W..V-. J. j Totals,.., did the really baffling tricks in this j ... - SVRAtUSK. rtlrt.ine J'"1 ., -nJntinn- wts -5 j All-Syracuse. Syracuse, Sept. 30. line. Legore t superior punting as, a 1 ohio t'niv.. Svracuse, Oct. 7 factor early in the gam. j F. and M.. .Syracuse, Oct. 14 a ".'..vard forward pass and a 2- I litt. Syracuse; Oct. 21 end run feiit vait-y over ' ui , c-t. yard 2S 0 . 9 7 .156 14 r 47 0 . 73 0 . 60 0 0 30 13 14 Kcorc. Havinsr tested the! Totals ...................... i . . . 203 44 . - , FRAXKL N AND MARSHALL. I In the Sale, This Elegant $80.00 Parlor-Bedroom C I Suit, Complete With Mattressand Springs, For Just. , Just as the picture shows it massive, beautiful, , unusually desirable. Fumed oak with seats and backs covered with brown Spanish Chase leather. The Davenport opens to a full-size bed, complete with spring and mattress. . Q Vy'-nY'iIiI Attractive I Think of Getting This Massive Colonial Bed For Just All solid oak, handsomely paneled. Colonial pattern. The Sale $ jy For This $12 Price Is Just 1 cVa)? Beautiful new pattern, in. either fumed oak or y mahogany. ( i.75 9n Ea?y i e r m s tor This $35 Chiffonier C. Ionial style massive in design and size. All quartered oak. 1 ' l 1 , See the Great Special "New Perfect Green-castle" at Pickering's for Just 25 On Your Own Easy Terms I At the end of the day you'll feel really fit for whatever the evening may bring- if a Oreencastle Cabinet has simplified your work, for one of these cabinets smooths out the difficulties of getting: meals and takes half the tiresomeness out of kitchen work. It does all this by bringing- together and sensibly arranging all the things you use in, cooking; by avoiding useless clutter; by substituting clever mechanical devices for hard work. Of course, it saves a lot of time. 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C, Lancaster, Sept. 30... 40 0 line steadily- 4. ynrds in six plays and ( penn. Philadelphia, Oct. 7 0 27 scored a second umc auri ijiuj a syracufi". Syracuse, ucl n in the second quarter. Then Smith teok a Washington & JcsTerson punt in mtdfield and raced j . . i. .-. .m-i 1 line"- varus to iii - ' Four consecutive forward passes ccn-t letelv I-afned Yale and carried th visitor; .V v.trds. McCreisrht went over for the first touchdown scored apaisst Kli this season. - Thf pcaro. vva hrie Sirttth puliinc a ".-vard run immediatelj' and LeKOte corii" by the toe route soon 'afterward. Lesjore broke up the next for- :jOntinued Xeit Pje. P arthmore. Lancaster. Oct. 21 Llckinson. Lancaster, Oct. 29.. Totals -,. LAFAYETTE. Fordham. Easton. Sept. 30 0 0 Swarthmore. Easton, Oct. 7 0 18 Ursinus. Easton. Oct. 14 0 Princeton. Princeton. Oct. 21....... 6 83 Lebanon Valley, Easton. Oct. 2S 27 14 V Totals 27 3 STATE COLLEGE. Susquehanna, tHate College. Sept. 23. 27 0 Westminster, State College, Sept. 30. 66 0 Bucknelf Mate College. Oct. 7 60 7 W. Va. WpI. State College. Oct. 14.. S3 0 Penn. Philadelphia. Oct. 21 0 15 Gettysburg, State College, Oct. 28.. 48 S Totals 218 24 yard Tomorrow for B?vielt Carpet Usual S1.O0 op-ade. (Made, laid "d Ua tree.) V Rugs Jhtl2 feet. Tomorrow for $18.00 Seamless Brmseli $23- I 75 Tomorrow for $30.00 Axmlnster Rugs 0x12 feet. hII 1 Li--m i u, yfil ufff'lt''i-?,"l'-11 1 P"aMl. ? hi 'I Vv r jet-"-"7 " , " ' r -Ii i,TrrT-n-ni $75 Beautiful Pathe .Pathephone.... like Illustration. The greatest cabinet model talking machine in the world for the money. High-grade cabinetwork excellent motor. Choice of mahogany, golden oak. fumed oak or Early English. - On Your Own Easy Credit Terms $25 K 75 n ,ELy I ermstor l his $25 China Closet Large size -solid oak. polished fin-ish. 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