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1 A- abdefgh THE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11. 1947 Dartmouth Defense To Test Penn Today Expect Crowd of 1 6,000 to See Game In Picturesque Mountain Town By ART MORROW Inquirer Sports Reporter HANOVER, N. H., Oct. 10. Here in a setting of autumn grandeur rolling mountains of fading green, pastel brown and sumac red 51 years of football rivalry come to fruition tomorrow in a triumph Of ivy. Far from the madding crowd that would turn out for the occasion at Franklin Field, the University of Pennsylvania meets Dartmouth College at 2 P. M. in a battle between unbeaten teams. The Temple Opposes Syracuse Tonight; Plans Aerials Bv STAX BAUMGARTNER Inqvtrer Sports Reporter SYRACUSE. N. Y., Oct. 10. Anticipating a much harder struggle than comparative scores would indicate. Temple University's football team mapped final plans today for en all-out air attack against Syracuse University tomorrow night at 8 o'clock. . The Owls, beaten last week by Holy Crass. 19-13, are convinced they would have fared better against the Crusaders with a few breaks.. Yet they are not being lulled by the Or-ense's 28-7 setback by Dartmouth the same eleven that battled Holy Cross to a scoreless tie the week be-Jore. JS33 TASS PERCENTAGE With Paul Dubenetsky, the new "Pitching Paul" of collegiate ranks with a percentage of .833 (10 completions in 12 tries) ready to fill the air with footballs. Temple expects to keep the Orange on the defensive. In the last quarter against Holy Cross. Dubenetsky, passing from punt formation, connected on nine ef 11 tries, one for a touchdown. Although Dubenetsky will not ftart. Coach Ray Morrison is pulling no punches and predicts that Phil Slosburg, former Central High youth who starred in the Owls' Initial triumph over NYU, will do as much passing as Dubenetsky, although from a shorter arc. EXPECT AIR ATTACK Morrison feels Syracuse expects an aerial attack, but also is confident that the changes he has made in assignments will make the attack as effective as it was against Holy Cross. The teams have met three times. In 1944 they battled to a 7-7 tie at Temple Stadium, and the next year the Owls eked out a 7-6 victory on the same field on the strength ol Jim Wilson's successful extra-point kick. Last fall on a wet, muddy gridiron, the Orange showed surprising agility and ability to handle a wet ball and scored a 28-7 triumph. Temple P Brrsciue Ie L. E. L. T. l. a. c. R. O. R. T. K E. QB L.HB. R HB. FB. BchlfTner Fsrkowiki K ...ras Tircko lLsier.y C a.a.aa iir,an Znwoiski rseck Orsibowskt Herlihy Schmidt Plaeco J. Brown Drseotta Ellis Dolan Blovenski 8 cob Georgetown Beaten, 16-0, By St. Louis WASHINGTON, Oct. 10 (AP). Et. Louis University had the passing, Georgetown had the jitters, and the result was a 16-0 football victory for the Missourians tonight. The first touchdown came on a 65-yard sortie. Three times Jack Roo-n-y passed to Carl Weisner for first downs. This took the ball to the and Rooney then passed to Harry Sortal for the touchdown. Tom Shea kicked the extra point. The rest of the scoring was mostly the result of Georgetown's amazing ability to do the wrong thing at the right time. In the second period, for Instance, with the ball on his own 15, Elmer Raba, Georgetown, was back to punt but the center, Victor Baron:, got off a wild pitch that soared cut of the end zone for a safety. In the third period Roland Otto blocked a punt, grabbed it on the first bounce and went 38 yards to score. Si Louis Pos. Gorgetown Br.of.ti L . flsraahevits L T. Doln .Jaccstadt L G. Werder Sweeney C. Kelly Fappa R a. , Oberto Otto R T. Robustelll w.'e;sr.eT R F. Desmond Brocg Q3 Baranowskl OAbera L.HB. Graham IVr.jt.u R HB. Miliar Sat FB. Bryer Ft Louts 7 a 7 O 111 Georgetown O O O O O ST LOCIS SCORING: Touchdowns Bortal ftar fonai). O' to. Points after touchdowns Sht Keaei placements . Safety euto-tr.anc. ST. LOCIS SUBSTITUTIONS: ends & r".a:. WueU;n. James, Garcia, Stroot; tackle BUllmar. Hartman; guards Big nalffo, K. Knoll. Sates; centers Jekel. Campbell; backa Roor.eT, L. Alberts. Astrotb.. Klely, M -indwllier. Obermeyer, Hemo, Hsusmann. La-.a. Bffa. B. KnoU. GEORGETOWN STJB-S ! 1 i i iC!S : ends Dsugan, Benlgnl: tarkies Az.;.-ce R.- r. ea. R -a guards Balis.. Berf-er w2eni FTr:. 9irus: tv.t Sj2na, !.... C Sssrstia. F-eI.rc KafAsa. 5- . Franklin Victor Over Gratz, 13-7 Ben Franklin High School yesterday defeated Simon Oratz High. 13-7. for its first Public Conference f.K)tbull victory at 23th and Cambria s , rallying after Is Graves ran 55 yards for a Gratz score in the first period. Gus Baxter and Ernest Rehr paced a. Franklin drive on which Rehr's pass to Bill Cannady went 10 for a f-rore. Baxter's 35-yard third period touchdown run decided it. C.tatx f e . . IJ. an i i . . . Tn f .:S-r . t ' re If? Mr" u!'m ! L ? T I fi. Ri5. R T. K E. Ob L HB ft wa. FB. 7 0 lien Franklin Brolt still SSIrrrmin BSrw Pish.-r Gorman Ford Johnston Baxter Cannady Rehr n 7 O 13 r,;iu tt B-a Frank n n s n 7 RATZ SCORING : Toucrtrtriwns Oravea. Ti -a pom? (-urry. BEN FRANKHN BCOR-jk- . Tmirrtdowri. Cannady. Baxter. Fstra r'Mrts: Bauer. Referee. Dallas: umpire. Wllkln-.r head IiaeunsD, Masloft; lield Judge. Kxran. 4 Big Green officials feel certain that fewer than 16,000 will be seated in the shadow of the velvet rocks for the klckoft at Memorial Field. Sixteen thousand, the number on hand" for Columbia's 33-13 triumph of a year ago, represents the all-time high in Dartmouth attendance, and even should tomorrow's gathering run higher, it still will represent a new low in the modern history of Penn football. The Big Green enters its first home game backed by a 0-0 tie with Holy Cross and a 28-7 victory over Syracuse, while Penn remains untested despite its 50-0 opener last week with Lafayette. Dartmouth trails in the series by only 6-9. with two games tied, but the Hanoverians are smarting under successive 7-4. 20-6, 12-0 and 39-6 defeats in their last games with the Quakers. FINAL PRACTICES Like Munger, Coach Tuss Mc-Laughry whipped the Green through a final tune-up this afternoon. Dartmouth still operates from the T formation, with Joe Sullivan, whom Penn scouts have tabbed as the best defensive collegian since Bob Odell, handling the ball at quarterback. Captain Jud Hannigan, a 205-pound tackle, has done all the team's punting, dropping back from the line, as did Mo Monahan last year. Hannigan does not boast the brilliant average Monahan, the end, brought with him into last year's game with Penn but only because two poor punts against Holy Cross and one short boot against Syracuse weighed too heavily against efforts of 63 and 62 yards. McLaughry is fond of the T because it permits him to shift players from position to position as the need arises. Hannigan, for instance, started as freshman blocking back, was an end in spring practice before stepping into tackle last fall. Dale Armstrong, the regular left end, played fullback last year and still ranks No. 3 in that backfield slot. Thomas (Red) Rowe, the other wing, was freshman center last year. PENSAVALLE MAY PUNT Conrad Pensavalle. the 145-pound left-halfback who threw the pass Bob Poet caught for Dartmouth's touchdown at Franklin Field in 1946, not only is prepared to do the punting in the event Hannigan should prove unable or unequal; he is also ready to relieve Sullivan or Bill Dey at quarterback. And Jim Melville, a 20-year-old 193-pounder, can either spell at right guard for Stew Young, one of two sons of ex-Penn coach Lou Young on the current Big Green squad, or he can go In for George Schreck at pivot. McLaughrey, unlike Munger, was able to report all his players in condition. Penn will be without Bill Tal-arico, the single-wing signal-caller, and one of the best defensive backs on the team. A war-time captain at Ursinus College, the stellar blocking back sprained his ankle in scrimmage Tuesday, and Dr. Jack Worth-ington Welte advised that another bump might Incapacitate him for the season. Eddie Lawless, who suffered a'pull-ed thigh muscls in practice, announced he will be ready, but Halfback Walt Krichling nevertheless is expected to see heavy duty on defense in order to spare Carmen Falcone the starting quarter. DARTMOUTH Armstrong Jenkins Truncelltta Schreck S. Vounf Hannigan Rowe Sullivan Pensaviil Fltkln Carey Pos. . PEN L.E. Llttletton L.T. Savitsky LG. Tokarczyk C. Sednarik HO. Neall R T. Marshall R E. McCarthy QB "alcone L.HB. Evans R KB. MlniM FB. Luor.go PENNSYLVANIA SUBSTirOTTS: Ousrd. Farnham, Schweder. Adams, KofTman, Matthews. Tackles. Morjan. Conway, Detorra, Mark. Retchenbach. Backs. Ratnsy, Schneider. Iooney. Lawless. Jones, Krlchllns. Slca, Deu-brr. Qjirm, Oraham. I. den born. Taiarlco. Ends, Orl-tstilo. Wettlauter, Sponaugle. Hslman. Uretoius. Centers, Rossell. Hsssler. DARTMOUTH SUBSTITUTES Otiards. Schulu. Young. Shipper. Richmond. Tackles, Hantaan. Carpenter, Washburn, Ward. Harden. Harks, Coeello. Chapman. Dey. O'Brien. Lake. McMahon, Williams. Tracy. F.nds. O'Neill, Beeman, Sarno. Spoor. Centers. Alger, Melvllls, Brown. Ambler Wins No. 21, Routs Doylestown LANSDALE. Pa., Oct. ICAmbler High School won Its twenty-first consecutive football victory by routing Doylestown High 26-0, in a Bux-Mont Conference tilt at Ambler tonight. Earl Mundell starred, with two touchdowns. Upper Moreland and Sellersville-Perkasie tied 12-12, and Hatboro defeated Quakertown 19-13. Army J. V.'s Win, 26-6 WEST POINT. N. Y., Oct. 10 ( AP) . Scoring in all but the final period, the U. S. Military Academy Junior Varsity football team downed Fort Riley, 26-6, today. Villanova Seeks to Duplicate '46 Victory Over Holy Cross By MORT BERRY Inquirer Sports Reporter WORCESTER, Mass., Oct. 10. Virtually the same cast that carried Villanova College to Its fiction-finish 14-13 triumph over Holy Cross College last year will seek to duplicate it football feat tomorrow afternoon at Fitton Field. The only missing member who contributed heavily to the only Vil-llanova success in five meetings with the Crusaders is Bill Zehler. The fast man from Rut'.erige, Pa., remained behind because of an infection. A year ago he scored the first of his team's two touchdowns. Left behind also was John Siano, the kickoff and extra-point specialist who Joined the squad late last season. However, Villanova still has a. capable "toe." Al Barker, the seasoned guard who kicked the win Cheltenham Victor Over Haverford By KEN HAY Ed Charters, hard-driving fullback, sparked Cheltenham High School football team in a belated rally as the Panthers surprised by smashing for two touchdowns in the second half for a 13-0 triumph over Haverford yesterday in their Suburban Big Six game at Elkins Park. Charters issued one of two thrilling passes late in the third period and climaxed the 60-yard march with three line smashes, scoring on the last from the two-yard line. Late in the final period the same player opened a 27-yard thrust with a 14-yard sprint to set the stage as Charles Messina took oyer to score from the three-inch line. Messina also plunged over right guard for the extra point after the first touchdown. Both teams were stalemated near the midfield area for almost three periods as Haverford displayed more drive but couldn't make up M t? 1 by Cheltenham's Charles Alexander. Late in the third period the Cheltenham attack caught fire as Charters, Messina and Ray Charambura drove relentlessly. Haverford Carson Nltti Pyott Onfflth Hut ton Carlson Wilde Daniels D'Agostino Arnold Crouse 7 6 13 o o o Touchdowns Cheltenham O O Haverford O O CHELTENHAM SCORING: Charters. Messina. Extra points Charters (plunge). CHELTENHAM HUBoTITuTEa; Ends, bhadle; guards, Krouse; backs. Messina, White. HAVERFORD SUBSTITUTES : Ends. Trlc- Kert. Yelland: tackles. Nauta. Lapnln; guards. j-ievurus; center, loemani; backs, Morris, Franrks Trurigeon. OFFICIALS: Referee, Bell, Carnegie Tech: umpire, Kost. Gettysburg; head linesman. High-, berger, Carnegie Tech. Mastbaum Beats Bok For First Mastbaum Vocational School football team yesterday defeated Bok Vocational, 7-6, for its first 1947 victory at Front and Duncannon sts. Bill Kelly scored for Mastbaum on a line play, and McKay added the extra point In the opening quarter. The losers also scored in this quarter when George Febbo's running set up a sensational score by Paul Masci. Salvatore Capone's kick for point was blocked. Bok Mastbaum McKay Thorpe Ouerties Ricci Lichstein Kelly Smolanski Cambria Rowe Sen war z Schuck O O 6 O 0 7 Monronskl LB. Do Lucia L.T. Masciaellft L.a. C. R.O. R T. R E. QB L HB. R HB. FB. Ciclco Pits Litzi Washington Rachavinskl Capone Sebbo Sherry Bok Mastbaum BOK 8CORINO: Touchdown Masci. MAST- BAUM SCORING: Touchdowns Bchwarts. Ex tra Points McKay. BOK SUBSTITUTIONS; Ends BIrlile, Emindorf, DeFeo; tackles Bishop. RodoKo, Da Joseph; guards Covington, Sohlaro, Watson. Piocci; centers Dunn. Jan-owiak; backs Altamur, Masci. Di Oregorio, Scugra. Cork. Manganz, Feb bo. MASTBAUM SUBSTTTUES: Ends Holszer. Cifr, Jerdon; tackles Vensnsky. Spezson, Ziegler; guards Barger, Bayer, Baker; centers Linne, Nit- lauski; Backs Alsot, Mazzel, Davis, Btumpo, Konazyk. Germantown Friends Defeats Church Farm Germantown Friends romped over Church Farm School, 32-7, at Glen-loch yesterday. Quarterback Gloeck-ner scored on a 37-yard of -tackle run and passed for two touchdowns. Germantown Friends Pos. Church Farm Schi Van Dsnarend II. Taylor L.T. Fowika LG. Futro C. Coflell Kstilng Oabasch Heinlf McNenur Davia Trultt Disney Smiley Stevenson Farley 6 732 O 7 7 SCORING: Flagner R O). Golder Cousins Gloeckner Staples Odfters R T. R E.' QB. L.HB. R HB. Langs FB. Germantown Friends 0 19 Church Farm School O 0 GERMANTOWN FRIENDS Touching Van Denarend, Cousins. Cloeckner. Staples. Odgers. Extra points Oloeckner 2. CHURCH FARM SCORING; Touchdowns Disney. Extra point Trultt. Reilly Considers Recess Appointment BOULDER. Colo., Oct. 10 (UP). Maurice (Tex) Reilly, University of Colorado football captain, disclosed tonight that he probably would accept the recess appointment as a first lieutenant in the regular U. S. armed forces only if allowed to finish the fall quarter. The star quarterback was among 93 Colorado men nominated by President Truman for the recess appointments. He was a bomber-pilot in the European theater in World War II. J. A. Kennedy, 97, Dies; Ex-Coach of Yale Crews GORHAM, Me., Oct. 10 (AP). John A. Kennedy, 97, who coached Yale's rowing teams from 1889 to 1911. died today at the home of a daughter, Mrs. John W. Hill. A native of Portland, Kennedy returned there following his resignation, denying charges leveled by critics that he was "czar in Yale rofing." He operated a grocery store at Portland for many years. ning point after Danny Brown had tied the score by catching a touchdown pass from Andy Gordon, will again be entrusted to produce after Villanova touchdowns. ROGERS TO PLAY The likelihood that the Main Liners will tally appears bright in the game where neither team is favored, for Joe Rogers, one of the East's leading ground gainers in 1943, is available for the first time this season. In addition to the fine running back from Roman Catholic High, Villanova has good ball carriers in Romeo Capriotti, a graduate of Philadelphia's Frankford High; Bob Polidor, a product of Ben Franklin; Al Schmid and big Ralph Pas-quariello, the 222-pound fullback. While a running attack alone Continued on Fate 22, Column 1 Cheltenham Pos. Charambura L.E. Banes L.T. Bayuk LG, MacVaueh C. Moreland R O. Ncducsin R T. Alexander RE. A brams QP . Watts L.HB. Triplett R HB. Charters FB. CI 5. iff HAVERFORD STAR BROUGHT DOWN BY 'SUBMARINE' TACKLE Bud Arnold makes short gain in first period before being stopped by Cheltenham's Ed Charters in Suburban Bijr Six football game at Elkins Park. Running toward play-are Eay Charambura (16), Cheltenham, and Dick D'Agostino (44), Haverford. Mrs. Gessler, Miss Sigel Win, Meet in HVCC Final Today Mrs. John M. Gessler. Jr.. turned back the last out-of-town threat. Mrs. William Hockenjos, New Jersey champion, 3 and 2, Helen Sigel in the nnal round -of Valley Country Club's Invitation at 10 o'clock. Miss Sigel, the medalist, won Mrs. Ralph I. Raynor, Old York Road, former Philadelphia champion, by 5 and 4. Miss Sigel and Mrs. Gessler, both from White-marsh, have been keen competitors in this fall's tournaments. They last met in match play in the second round of the Philadelphia championship, Miss Sigel winning. The match favored Mrs. Gessler from the outset as she went down in par on the first green for 1-up after the players halved the second with birds, Mrs. Gessler took the third and fourth holes, the latter with a birdie, to become 3-up. She made it 4-up with a 10-foot putt for a birdie four on the sixth. This lead was reduced to 3-up on the ninth by Mrs. Hockenjos' par. . WINS TWO STRAIGHT . Mrs. Gessler rebounded to 4-up on the 11th. Mrs. Hockenjos soon rallied and won the 13th and 14th holes, sinking a 10-foot putt for a birdie two and then chipping to within four feet of the 14th for a birdie four. Mrs. Gessler, leading by 2-up, met the threat by playing the 15th in par for 3-up and ended the match on the 16th by halving the hole in par four. Mrs. Raynor played on even terms with Miss Sigel for the first three holes. Miss Sigel, former runner-up for the national title, had a booming drive almost to the 325-yard fourth green, and she took a birdie three for 1-up lead. Mrs. Raynor contested stubbornly until the seventh, where Miss Sigel landed a par for 2-up, and tnls also was the margin at the turn. Miss Sigel had a 41 to a 43. Miss Sigel made it 3-up on the 10th, Mrs. Raynor hitting into a trap. Mrs. Raynor drove. into water on the 12th and Miss Sigel went 4-up. Miss Sigel played the 445-yard 14th in eagle three to win. RF.MI FINAL riot- rLiUHl Helen Sigel. Whitemersh Valley, defeated Mrs. Ralnh I. Ravnor. nid Whitemarsh. defeated Mrs. William Huckenjws. Creatmont, 3 and 3. SECOND FLIGHT Mrs. C. B. Newbold. Sun-nybrook. defeated Mrs. Frank Ooodyear. Philadelphia Cricket. 6 and 4; Mrs. Arthur Kltson, Plymouth, defeated Mrs. John W. Clegg. Jr., Philadelphia Cricket. 7 and 6. THIRD FLIGHT Mrs. James Lyons. Tor-resdale, defeated Mrs. C. J. Burnett. Woodbury. ana l: Mrs. A. w. Whittlesey. Huntingdon Valley, defeated Josephine Smith. Merion. 3 and 1. FOURTH FLIGHT Dorothy Fox. Merion. defeated Mrs. R. L. Anderson. Old York Road. 4 and 3: Nancy Clark, Huntingdon Valley, won by default from Mrs. A. Woodruff. Merchant-ville. Maryland Victor; Gamblno Scores 2 COLLEGE PARK. Md., Oct. 10 (AP). Lucien Gambino, leading Southern Conference scorer, tallied two touchdowns and passed for a third as the University of Maryland football team defeated a stubborn Richmond University eleven tonight, 18-6. Richmond Pos. Maryland MacLaughlan I. K. filmier Bermonv L.T. Kroua Slzak L O. Phillips Darrah C. Kinney Curtier R O. Schwars Spencer R T. Goodman Long P E. Davis Laluna QB Seibert Wiibourna L.HB. Werner Hofbauer R H3. Oamblno Ralston FB. Bonk Richmond O 0 O 6 Maryland 0 6 6 6 18 RICHMOND SCORINOt Touchdown Bolen ffor Laluna). MARYLARD SCORING: Touchdowns Gamblno, 2; Slmler. Report Sreenberg Ready to Buy Tribe ROCHESTER, N. Y., Oct. 10 (A P). Hank Greenberg, who has obtained a release from the Pittsburgh Pirates, is reported negotiating for purchase of the Cleveland Indians, Mats Jaciscn. sperms ecitcr ctf '. Rochester Times-tTnicn, said today. Quoting what he described as "very reliable source," Jackson said that Bill Veeck, Cleveland president, and Greenberg held a "couple of 'feeler' meetings at the World Series." "According to a story from a very reliable source the former Detroit home-run star Is putting his own money in the venture," Jackson said. Report MacPhail Will Buy Track BALTIMORE, Oct. 10 (INS). Col. L. S. MacPhail, ex-New York Yankees president,-tonight was reported seeking a deal with Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt, Maryland turfman, for the purchase of stock in the Pimlico-Laurel racetracks. Vanderbilt is majority stockholder in the Pimlico which purchased the Laurel Interests last February. Informed sources said MacPhail's plans Involved the purchase of additional property near the Laurel track. jjpaawSfcjtaMniiiiias. 1 nyir'HKi, of West Orange, N. J., former yesterday and qualified to meet the second annual Huntingdon Golf Tournament this morning her semi-final round match from Swarthmore High Beats Media, 14-7 By ROSEMARY McCARRON Swarthmore High School's football team drove from behind in the second half to defeat Media High, 14-7, yesterday at Swarthmore for its third straight victory. Rodney Bray threw an 11-yard pass to Barry Patton for the winners' first touchdown and Harry Warren scored the other on a two-yard plunge. Dave McCahn place-kicked both extra points. Media went 81 yards on three tries in the second quarter, Elwood Pettijohn passing to Ed McHale for a 68-yard scoring play. Larry Sharpe added the extra point. Swarthmore Pos. Media Collins L.E. Moat Blake L.T. J. Ford Baughn L O. Fischer Houts C. laeouelii Harraclough R O. Lockley McCahn R T. K Ford Patton R K. Billups Dalton -JB Pettijohn Mcailberrf L.HB. Kilmer Bray R HB. Carter Warren FB. McHale Swarthmore O O t 1 14 Media 0 7 0 O 7 8WARTMMORE SCORING: Touchdowns, Patton. Warren. Extra nolnts. McCahn. 2 MEDIA SCORING: Touchdowns. McHale. Extra points. Sharpe. Referee. Horner. Muhlenberg; umpire. Slackowski, Temple; head linesman, Thompson. Temple. SWARTHMORE SUBSTITUTES: Ends Pfalzgraff; tackles Pressmen, Dodd. Berko-wlts: guards Helmuth. backs Huey. Chlldrey. MEDIA SUBSTITUTES: Guards Kelley. Lank; centers Evans, Rhodes; backs Novo-tini. Kachejlan. Sharpe, Van Zant. Ridley Park High Tops Lansdowne With fullback Colflesh sparking his team. Ridley Park topped Lansdowne, 12-7, in a Suburban Conference League game at Lansdowne last night. Colflesh bucked over from the one. In the final quarter. Substitute Quarterback Manspeaker added another tally when he bucked from the two. The losers struck back with a series of fourth period passes which reached Ridley Park's 5. Chase Hunt scored. Ridy Park Pos. Lansdowne Tryer.s Lt. LePard Rhyne L.T. . Hnldsworih Thompson I. O. Dralnerd Prrakis C Von Zech Curtis U O. Morgan Fleschlg K T.- Shelton Cl. Miller R K. Puzy Smith VI B Jordan Horn L HB. Heaney Ziegenfuss R HB. Hunt Colflesh FB. Dickson Ridley Park 0 0 6 6 12 Lansdom-ne O O O 7 7 LANSDOWNE SCORING" Totichdown Hunt. Extra point LePard. RIDLEY PARK SCOR-INO: Touchdowns Colflesh, Manspeaker. LANSDOWNE SUBS Gallagher. Glaser. RIDLEY PARK SUBM- Mannpaaker, Hammond. Moravian Wins, 27-0, Over Upsala Eleven EAST ORANGE, N. J., Oct. 10 Moravian College defeated Upsala, 27-0, tonight as George Fritchman scored two touchdowns. Upsala gained one yard from scrimmage. Moravian Storch Siefanik Jasa Molner DeMichele Longnecker Meyers Wearer Fritchman Policelli Deangells Moravian Pos. LI. L T. L O. C. R O. FT. R E. J B IMS. R HB. FB. TJpsaia Hutchens Srhaub Ctrcone Russomanno Hunt tilarl Hooper Schneldenbach Pfundheller DeNardo Mulholland 13 O 7 27 0 0 0 0 T O Upsala - TOCOKDOWNS: Fritchman. 2: Weaver, Deeti ffnr Storch. Point after touchdown: Wearer. 2; Veii (for Policellil (placements ) . 34 Yanks to Get $5800 Each As Share From CINCINNATI, Oct. 10 ( AP) . Each New York. Yankee regular will get $5800 from the $1,781,348.92 taken in at the World Series which ended last Monday, and each Brooklyn Dodger will collect $4000, lt was learned today as official figures were announced by Walter Mulbry, secretary-treasurer of baseball. The baseball players' pension fund will be increased by $175,000 the amount received for the broadcasting rights. YANKS VOTE 34 FULL SHARES The world champion New Yorkers voted to divide their $207,343.42 into 34 full shares and one three-quarters share. It was not learned who would get the three-quarters or what disposition of the quarter share would be made. The defeated Dodgers voted to 4 . .. I I m . q Williams Stops Bussey in 9th DETROIT, Oct. 10 (AP) . Lightweight champion Ike Williams, 139, Philadelphia and Trenton, N. J., carved out a simple technical knockout over Talmadge Bussey, 138, Detroit, tonight in the ninth round of their scheduled 10-round overweight fight. Although Referee Johnny Weber didn't step in and stop the fight until the 2:40 mark of the ninth, Bussey was helpless against all Ike wanted to throw from the sixth round on. The first knockdown, for a nine- count, came in that round as Bussey went down from a series of crashing rights and lefts to the head. Bussey was so worn down he could hardly hold his hands up for the little protection they offered through the next two rounds and he went down again for nine in the ninth. When Ike sent him to his knees a third time a moment later Weber decided it had gone far enough. Williams won every round on every judge's score card except the third, which Weber gave to the Detroiter. In a prelim, Joe Henderson. 136', i, Detroit, decisioned Nunzio Carto, 133, Philadelphia. NEW YORK St. Nick's A renal Jackla Cranford. 181. Washington. D. C decisioned Bernie Reynolds, 179. Fairfield. Conn. (10). WORCESTER. Mass. Roy Andrews. 133. Lowell, decisioned Young Junior, 134. Spring-field U0). RUM FORD. Me. Don Slmbaldi. 143. Berlin. N. H , decisioned Johnnie Coe. 142, Boston, tl0. AUGUSTA. MB. Billy Glllard. 130. Philadelphia, knocked out Paul Thibault, 128, Montreal (3). BALTIMORE Sonny Boy West, 132. Washington, decisioned Leslie Harries, 134, Baltimore (8). MILWAUKEE Jackie Darthead. 137'. Kansas City, decisioned Ed O Nelll, 154 U. Detroit (lOi. Swarthmore Upsets Penn in Soccer Swarthmore College upset the University of Pennsylvania In the opening game of the Middle Atlantic Intercollegiate Soccer League, 3-2, yesterday at River Field. Ralph Valtin, All-American In 1941 and 46, scored the winning goal a minute and a half after the final half started. He also tied the score with a 22-yard goal two minutes before the first half ended. Penn Slpler Greenwood Madeira Igler Anton! Helm Itarfooc Hurley Townend Lownes Blair roe. G. R FB. L FB. R HB. C HB. L HB. 0 R. 1 R C F. I li. Swarthmore D' AnnunKto Pedersen Nicholson Brown Basnet t Yeariley Shane FT Valtin Al Yasir R Valtin Nsuberg 3 02 2 13 Penn Swarthmore - PENN GOALS: Antonl. Townsend SWARTHMORE GOALS R. Valtin 2. Al Yasir. FENN SUBSTITUTIONS: Hmigh. Jones. Burkholder. SWARTHMORE SUBSTITUTIONS- Bondy, Zoehlert, McOrory, Referee James Walders. Football Injury Fatal To Freshman Halfback MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 10 (UP). A 20-year-old Macalester College freshman halfback died in a Minneapolis hospital tonight of head Injuries suffered in a football game between Macalester and St. Thomas College freshmen earlier today. A doctor attending him said he believed lt was the first football fatality in the area since 1938. The victim was John C. Eide, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Eide of Virginia, Minn. Physicians said it appeared he died of a brain laceration but that an autopsy would be re- quired. World Series split their $138,228.95 purse into 32 full shares and two half -shares. While the winnings per player were not the greatest in World Series history, they were far better than the $3742 each St. Louis Cardinal received as a member of the title-winning club In 1946 and the $2140 each Boston Red Sox got out of that series. CARDS, TIGERS FARE WF.LI, It was not a bad series financially for the recently dethroned Cards and the Detroit Tigers, who finished in second place in the National and American. League races, respectively, for each club will have $37,025.62 to divide among its players. Third-placers Boston in each circuit received $24,683.74 and New York in the National, and Cleveland in the American got $12,341.87 apiece to distribute for finishing fourth. $50,000Trent6nCap Ends Camden Season Cosmic Bomb, Double Jay Head Field? Master Mind Wins Chestnut Purse By JOHN WEBSTER New Jersey's golden racing season comes to an end with the sixth running of the $50,000 Trenton Handicap, its most outstanding event, today at Garden State Park. t Eight thoroughbreds, including two of the leading candidates for the year's three-year-old laurels, William Hells' Cosmic Bomb and Ridgewood Stable's Double Jay, are to run in the mile and a furlong fixture as Camden's 42-day meeting reaches the finish line. Cosmic Bomb is topweighted at 120. two pounds more than the Wilmington-owned Double Jay shoulders, and may rule a slight choice over him in the wagering. WON DREXEL HANDICAP . The two were slow to reach top form as sophomores, both having straggled in the Kentucky Derby and the New Jersey-owned Cosmic Bomb having again disappointed in the Preakness. However, the Hells colt, a son of Pharamond, later took the Drexel Handicap at Chicago, in which he defeated Fervent, the American Derby winner. Back in the East, Cosmic Bomb won the Discovery Handicap at Aqueduct beating Double Jay, then recapturing his speed, a nose on the wire. The Helis three-year-old followed with a victory in the Lawrence Realization at Belmont in which he took the measure of Phalanx, hero of the Belmont Stakes. . Meanwhile, Double Jay, owned by James Boines and James Ti?ani, Wilmington, came to Oarden State to win three races, including the $30,000 Jersey (in which he defeated Fervent) and the $10,000 Benjamin Franklin. Saddled bythe Virginia veteran, Charles M. Feltner, Double Jay will be ridden, as usual, by Johnny Qllbert. SCURLOCK TO RIDE Jockey Ovie Scurlock, who piloted the Helis filly, Miss Kimo, to a 10-length triumph in the Vineland last Saturday, will do the honors aboard Cosmic Bomb in the Trenton. The four-year-old filly. Earshot, carrying 116 pounds, will be the Bomb's running mate. Larney Hansman rides the daughter of Petrose. Included in the Trenton field are King Ranch's Bridal Flower, 116; C. V. Whitney's Bright Sword. 112; C. L. DuPuy's Appleknocker, 110; Art-Dale Stable's Gorget, 108, and Mrs-W. E. Snell's Black Pepper, 108. Brookmeade Stable's Master Mind, who had been showing flashes of speed in previous tries, drove to a nose triumph over Willard Ferrell's War Glance yesterday as stoutly backed favorite for the $4500 Chestnut Purse, feature of the semi-final program at the Marlton Pike course. Master Mind returned just $4.50 to his many backers in the crowd of 14,106, which wagered $1,655,168 during the afternoon. Master Mind, a Psychic Bid-Polo- Continued on Page 15, Column 5 Stymie in Race Today; May Regain Lead in Winnings NEW YORK, Oct. 10 (AP). Stymie, pushed off the throne only yesterday as the , turf's greatest money-winner, by Armed, has a better than evn chance to regain that distinction tomorrow In the $100,000 New York Handicap, co-feature of Belmont's closing program. Only seven thoroughbreds were named for the two-and-a-quarter-mile marathon and even if the Hirsch Jacobs money winner does no better than third place he will zoom past Armed, current leader, In the dollar derby. Sharing the Belmont get-away program Is the $25,000 added Champagne Stakes for two-year-olds with Ben F. Whitaker's My Request the early choice. The Champagne Is over a mile. FWMA Wallops Langhorne, 39-7 Pat Reeves' 77-yard sprint for a touchdown featured as Fort Washington Military Academy's power-laden football team romped to a 39-7 conquest of Langhorne-Middleton last night at Langhorne. The losers engineered a 75-yard pass scoring play with Semarian Brown taking a 30-yard heave from Arman Fizzano and galloping 45 yards Fort Washington Pos. Carbons, I. K. reenejr LT. Castor LU. Lsnchorne W. Turkfr Flheitf el Balvadnre Curtis Myers Oeorge Rroan A. Flrrano Knnl eawlck 13 3 Icsekl Dougherty R O. Hart sell H T. Buonoms R K. Ambrose QB O'Brien LHH. Keevee R HB. Lorene TM. Fort Washington 1.1 T Langhorne O O 7 7 FT. WASHmOTON lCORlrlC: Touchdowns O'Brien, 3. Reeves, 3 Extra points Am. brose. 3. LANOHORNE bCOHINO: Touchdown Brown. Eatra points George. B. C. Overpowers Kansas St., 49-13 BOSTON. Oct. 10 (UP). Burly Boston College ploughed through an inferior Kansas State football team, 49-13, for its second straight victory while inflicting the 20th straight loss on the clawless Wildcats before 21,-457 tonight. Boston College Spinney Ktsaell Donovan Kennedy Slautner Ring B:.l.kk Kansas B?a' 0 0 Scewn Coiiege KANSAS STATE SCORINO: Touchdowns. Chrsstopoious (tor Webster I 3. Point arier touchdown, Wehter tpiacemanO. BOSTON COI 1 KOB BCXDRINO- Touchdowns. Ring tor Ooodel, Polsant lnr Benedetto!, Kluks. Norden (lor Hplnneyi, De Rosa, Hnverlnl t tor de Rosa I, Cannava for rMmlnlrk 1, Walsh for Dlmlnirkj, Point after totichdown. Biautner (placement). Slim Embry Dies; Ex-Brown Hurler NASHVILLE, Tenn., Oct. 10 (AP). Charles Akin (811m) Embry, 46, Nashville attorney and former pitcher for the St. Louis Browns, died of a heart attack tonight at his home here. A native of Columbia. Tenn.. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley B. Embry, he completed law school at Vanderbilt University in 1923. For one season he played baseball with ihe St. Louis Browns, but returned to Nashville to practice law after he was sold to the Chicago White Sox In 1924. He married the former Miss Hermoine Dunlap, of Spartanburg, S. C, in 1924. Kansas Stat Pos. Branch L.E. Converse L.T. Berry L.O. Conley C. Schirmef R O. Dawson R T. Prather R E. Curry ii S w I. KB. C-r-ases FB. W. Chester Jolts Albright, 20-7, For 4th Straight READINO, Oct. 10 fAP). Th unbeaten West Chester State Teachers defeated Albright College, 20-7. tonight before 4500. It was the fourth straight victory for Coach Glenn Killinger's Rams. Joe Da Lonzo intercepted a pass late in the first quarter and raced 30 yards for the first Westchester score. Paul Willey climaxed a 41-yard drive in the second quarter by over from the six for a 13-0 halftlme lead. Albright recovered a fumble on the foe's six early in the third quarter and scored when Bill Krohto skirted end. A 20-yard pass. Da, Lonzo to Charley Leonard, in the end zone, completed the scoring. Weit Chester Stump I.o-ana Coren Williams Rosa R. Dl Seraflna Rtrkenbach Schneider Da I.onio Carloso Waldman West Chester - Pos. AIbrrht I. K. reflate, L.T. Bird I-a. T Resets C Marsnn R r. Cukl R T. Urasevtrtt R E. Knskuatx 3B Bsumgartel L.HB. Maracanl R HB. Willar4 FB. Jwf pla.onn -7 ft 7 2i - O O 7 O 7 . IWIeht WEST CHEHTEK BCORINO: To-.irhdnwna . Da Lonzo. Willey. Leonard. Points afier touchdowns R. Dl Serarino. 2. ALBRIGHT SCORING: Touchdown Krohto. Point aluar touchdown Sherlach. '46 Champion Loses In Arkansas Golf FORT SMITH. Ark.. Oct. 10 (AP). Defending Titlist Bob Cochran of St. Louis was eliminated by Tom Stephenson, Kansas City, one up on the 20th In the second round of the Hardscrabble Invitational Amateur Golf today. The two favorites. Bud Ward. Spokane, Wash., and Frank Strar.a-han. Toledo, won 4-3. Ward defeated C. L. McClure, Tulsa: Strana-han, Steve Creekmore, Jr., Fort Smith. Sports Results School FOOTBALL hagie coNrrnENcr Ben Franklin 13 Slmea Grals 1 M BIBB AX BIG MX Cheltenham 13 . Havsrfard H. - OTHFR GAMta Bryn Altara 33 Friends Ceatral 14 Swarthmore 14 Media 7 P M C. rre 12 Oeraantewn A-e4. 7 Mastbaum 7 Boa. 6 Wlldwoad IS . Fleaeaatettie LaNalie J. V. 50 Orerhreoh J V. I I (iermanlown F. 32 rharrh Faeaa T l eper 'hlrheter 13 Wtlsatngtaa Nether-Fraeldenre 2 Oprtas Ai4 Rlttenhease Jr. H. B. 27 Briar port Jr. N. , Dlrktnsen J V. 25 C arses Leag Carlisle Jr. U.S. Herthey Jr. H s. Beading J.V 13 bbilllagtew J V. 7 Etfteal A. B rKl.lrwa , .. Baltimore Cue r. H a. 7 Lansdewae 7 Cbarletta Hall M A Md ........... Hiraadsbarg B KheaaadMk . .... Mahaney City Ferhlemen IB . Nerrlstown 22 Cneteevllle 13 . Ridley Park II Allentewn IB , . Pen Argyl 7 , . . Laaaford 0 , , , Tamaqua 1.1 Ft. Washington M A. 39 Laagharne 7 Prospect Park. 12 Oarkr 7 Lebanon 20 . York 13 Howard (Del.) IS Hl Spirit Faulsbor 21 Feaasgreea B SOCCER Ahlnrten 1 Mastbeaat 1 reddle 4 Fenninrtm B Amity 1 . . Men a tea li CROSS COUNTRY TBI AVCrt.AB MEET St. Themes Mora 31. Las alia 43. Beat a Ceta-ehr 44 St. James, 22; West CstheUe, 4S; Nsrta Cathetle. 50 DIAL MEETS Reading IB raateseflla 3 reddle 23 Pennington 39 Lawrtnctvllls 10 B M L SI GIRLS' HOCKEY Moorestown F. 1 Merehantellle Karred Heart S Khtpler Kraeal 1 ( olllngasle 2 Rldlry Tewnnt 3 Rridgetea 12 Waeabary 4 College FOOTBALL Naey I V. 37 . Army J.V, 2 . Vala J.V. Hi . Hrewn J V. 13 tse I V. ! Fart Blley , CalamMa J V. B Rkede l.l.ed rra 1 llfrlre Freeh 31 t . ". tt. V. Fr-sa taotera N. Meslra 27. tt. Mlr. 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IXarlk Osketa Arri. 7 (rambling Cnotlee 20 ....... Tevaa nts B (tie. A. 4 M. n. II Wlekita B. Benlaeaslern (Okla.) 10 Central Slate (Okla.) 1 Midland 13 Verk (Neb.) Flndlay 2 Okie Wsrtnera S Clladel 13 , Newberry B Xaxler 21 Jean Carroll B MeraTiaa 27 Ipsa! a B Kentucky B, 24 Marches B Hefstra 12 BrawkJ'n o Warner 7 Le-weU TexUie B 1 I.anmirar Inmrnwlllm 7 taiiir.jt ! MeeuBRVtk IS ........ . . drtmsml Jeaew .. Brniaia C-r I ...... Insn Mm 13 rsja j er.iiiwt.1 m sa Atrmm ? .1 HfXerfe ee 1. C B . Cua i IS B - i , Tarsia t Ma. I 13 - favwc, . X.Se I a ladepeadear J. C. Xi . . jtb i I. t eaperlee Trhrs. 34 Merem Feint Trhrs. 21 Tahleenea Trhrs. IB . Mart western 0. C. S Wllherforee 20 . . , . Taskrgee S Nerth C arolina J. V. 13 Beath Csreltna J V. S High Paint 33 Atlantis Christian B SOCCER Bwarthmaee 9 ...... .. - Frnn J.V. S war Ik Virginia 3 . Pena ta( S ltmgrrs 2 . . . Penn S nare J V. I nvba S Catsata I Feaear 1 CROSS COUNTRY Albright IB West Cheater ITC, SI Amherst 24 Trtnety 3S La Kalla Academy 23..Rbe4 Island Fraah SB rannectlrat 23 W'esleraa 32 Alfred 21 ! 3 Frinreten IB . . lehlgh 30 Prlnrelon Fresh IS .... I.ahlh Inak .17 Tafia 13 Fart Uerens Celt. 30 Service TRACK XL-JAPA" MrtT Brilsln. 4'-: 11th Airbeiae OiWalea. 41 25th Itlsltlen, 2S. Professional ICE HOCKEY EXHIBITION Detract (NL 4 laaiaaepelle L ' BASEBALL, txrintmo . Bobby Feller's All-Stars B flat Baring Peckers

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