Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on November 12, 1944 · Page 19
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- . . ..-i . - - ... Pre-FIight Favored to Beat Sea Lions at Kezar Today Navy Defeats I SZSa Hall Reason for ti x , ii Cornell48-0 rrSfeH Air Devils' Edge Oakland Tribune, Sunday, Nov. 12, 1944cccc - A49 . ' tV r-7 "i f 11 Iadiopa ladders sent Fullback Hudson Mealey (60) of Min-teesota into a nose dive in yesterday's 19 to 14 Minnesota victory over Indiana. A-P .Wiiephoto. Badgers Beat Iowa, 26 to 7 MADISON, Wis., Nov, 11 (.'PT "Wisconsin's Badgers, soundly whipped in their last four games, surged back into, the victory column today with a 26 to 7 triumjjji over .MwiftgMi,"aii'ie, bufi,.ge?Ton!erehce CommitTebffP? Iowa. Jhe Badgers, who had ; taken trouncings from Ohio State. Notre Dame, Great Lakes and Purdue on successive Saturdays, had. to beat down a gallant Iowa, defense today, and it was not until the last -half that truey -gave a small Dads Day j Coast Conference game." There were turnout assurance of victory,' jno service teams on the list: Under Operating without Earl (Jug) consideration were Alabama; 'Army.. Girard, thejr freshman ace runner.; Georgia Tech. Holy Cross, -Iowa passer and kicker,- he--80WsfS(a"te. MichiBan. Michigan State. came up with four touchdowrijMississippi State. Navy, Notre Dame, mariters, jerry inompson. '"Ohio State. Oklahoma A. and M., Campbell, Jack Mead and Nick Tennesse0 Texas Tutew and Yale. troimes. inompson ana umpoeii, ww over on me . aad Holmes tiioir . , uj "lunavwi able, while Notre Dame and lows.' lone touchdown was scored early in the third peri "iod when1 Thompson fired a short pass into; it j ...noHweer members linmolested 7iTya"rdT over the goal j line. Outside of that, the Hawkeyes failed to advance beyond Wisconsin's 25-yard line and spent most of the afternoon in their own territory. J Date Set for Game The Albany-Hay ward 'prep football game, postponed last Friday due to weather conditions, will be played at 3 p.m. tomorrow at Biedenbach Field at Hayward. according to officials of the Alameda County Athletic League. ' Hollywood Park FIRST RACE Western Front, April Moon Bcdrtv Tm-.f 1-14-. SECOND RACE -Tiw Hope Vcrv True Timr 2 :' THIRD AC fjo.-tn Fi-rt Rparrt--Tiii.i- 1 4R'-, Trr rmr p"5 cfrr" Wt-ig and Wjdk Sun CI(KsP Tin,- - 1 4 4 HKTU RACK . Cninrjtlchnif; Furt Bn Biinkcr Jim Tim- ttii.T- r SIXTH-RACE f!;'iin Arc Q-iirk KrwaJd Golrien Count Time- 1:12' SEVENTH RACE -Pilar Honss Applekmu-ker Happy Issuf- Tttnf 1 84's EIC.HTIt RACE Native Fox Foe O Woe Quality Bar $21.80 m so 7 m 5 tin 4 mi 17 00 wjn $;) fio n 7ii 3 70 2 70 2 'JO $11 20' S 7 fin S ' TiO 20 10 10 R0 7,20 $i 00 $1 70 7.00 T. 4(1 6 60 $29 80 $12 411 $7 70 9 00 fl.TtO 5.70 SI 4 90 S5 50 S3 0 3 20 2Wi 4 till $51 40 $17 20 $S 80 5.80 4 30 8 30 $1SM M OO R 50 9 00 64IT 10 40 PENALTIES MAR BRUIN-BEAR TILT IN L.A. Continued From First SporU Pagj n and only and winning touchdown. 'wa late in the second quarter Sfee Calfforrefe'f Bob Powell, quar- 3tjerbaek, lofted a soft lob pas into bt air that was -intercepted by "Bran vie amiin on ine vaniuioia dkyard line,, Incomplete passes and penalties jammed the works and on ttwd down the locals were back '.their own 28 with 37 to go. Tfaterfleld then' passed to Calvin Xotfl Jkd the ' Bruin halfback rapped a test lateral to Smith who was rHged down after a 25-yard eon the California 47-yard strip, it was fourth and 12 to so. fcut with only a.mimite or so to go the home team decided to hang onto the ball instead Vf punt. Waterfield ran back on the water eld and hoisted a pass down field that was intended for Nels Kins. The arbiters ruled it fair and it was first down on the 20. mT DOWN ON 8 Another Waterfield pass was in- ) complete and then the able Bruin quarterback gained one on a swim around nis own right end. Then came another forward pass to Smith, again interference was called and it was first down cm the California 8-yard line. . With less than-JO 'seeonds of the half remaining, and on first down Waterfield arched a pass over the head of Joe btuart in the end zone and-the young namesake'of Admiral King carne down with, a splash heard arotlnd the world. Eastern Team For Jose Bowl . LOS ANGELES. Nov. 11 tU.RV An Eastern college team will be the opponent o the Pacific Coast representative in the annual Rose Bowl Icials said today following a meeting in the Memorial Coliseum. Officials revealed a -Li s t of 16 Eastern teams under consideration, indicating the Rose Bowl would not be a reception of last year's AU- .The nffuials emphasized that the ;,st was merei --'"stive since 'iAarny and Navy would ptjbably be c "lu " 1 f1"" names auu nit western toniciencc. or which Ohio State and Michigan! likewise prohibited Pt-sea"son contest Four Major Teams Still Top Ration . Continued From First Sports Page "Grrat Lakes Naval defeated the Third Air Force Gremlins of Char lotte, N.C., 12 to 10 in a service team clash, while in the Big Six a 21 to 21 lie between title contenders Oklahoma and Missouri comnli,-cated the standings. Iowa Slate defeated Nebraska 19 to 6 ami Kansas State upset Kansas 18 to 14 in other Big Six games. Arkansas upset Rice. Jhe leader in tne cut-tnroat southwest Conference race. 12 to 7, whtle Texas A and M defeated Southern MMhodist 39 (o fi in the only other league game. Tx is Christian went outride to beat Tex is Tech 14 to 0 and Texas was beaten llliX.Qkbhorna.A .and. M'.s.;wo4ba4WeMnr-thl,l hrfdMiaTnTfterai-aTf touchdown rally in the fourth period. Tulsa defeated Southwestern 51 to 6. In the Rockies Denver won from New Mexico 41 to fi and Colorado defeated Peru. Neb. Navy 40 to 12. Texas Defeated, 13-8 Memorial stadium, austin. Texas. Nov. 11. idv Two last period touchdowns by Cecil Hankins. with Bob Fenimore on the throwing end. gave the cowboys o Oklahoma A. and M. a 1.1 to 8 vic tory over the University of Texas Longhorns here today. half it looked like the Bruins might score again, for Stuart fumbled the kickoff and Mnrkham recovered for U.C.L.A. on the California 27-yard line. But Jack Myers returned the crrrfpliment and with it the ball, which California recovered on her own 19. m "An ft ie" -later -rnlFe "th i id pe r iod Stuart intercepted a Waterfield pass and ian it .back 26 yards to the Bruins 39-yard line. Thfs was California's only serious threat" up to that time. But the California ma- c.ine went into reverse gear, lostiwatt '.. four yards in two plays, gained five back and then kicked 14 yards out of bounds on the 24. In the fourth period Rolike of Cal returned a Waterfield kick 19 la UXLLvA. 36, .bttt:8"-MMr-was tnyeni tercepted. Next the Brums were penalized for holding to their own 11 -and Waterfield again punted 40 yards out to Stuart who ran back 14 to the Bruin 32-yard line. The Bears treaded water agin and the threat was. broken up when Water-field intercepted a pass and returned to his own 24. TWO PLAYERS BANISHED Throughout the game Waterfield stood out above all other players on the field, except the officials, and his kicking of a wet ball, in which he averaged 42 yards on 11 punts, was easily the individual highlight of the jgame. Two playersRoJeskl of California, and Watts of U.C.L.A. were banished from the game for slug- ging. Stub Allison had nothing to sasSl" -ESXTIMORE. Nov. 11 (Pi-Navy's one-two punch tuio of Blastin' Bob Jenkins' and Sock'em Clyde ' Scott hit Cornell; with a turtous battering attack today to score a pair of touchdowns, leaving the big Red Eleven dizzy and help less before a str who gave the Midshipmen a 48 to 0 triumph over the Ithaca team. The uneven battle was only min iftes old when Navy scored the first of seven touchdowns. Cornell chose. to kick off and Jenkins. Scott and Company never relinquished "the ball in a 67-yard down field march. Jenkins tossed a 15-yarder to Barron, and completed another aerial to Scott for 26. . Running like a streamlined locomotive,- Jenkins powered to the 10 and then tossed a pass to Ben Martin-for the score.. Allan Dekdemrun, who literally played his heart out against insurmountable odds before he was hurt and carried off the field in the second half, took to the air at once. Jack Martin. Navy center, leaped high -to spear the . Cornell star's first toss ptutie IthaeanSg-ST-racing back ttr the 26. Warming to the task, Jenkins, with Scott plunging once, blasted through to the one-yard line in five-plays. Jenkins then slipped through for the score. Only m the second period did Cornell ever get a chance and that came after a 15-yard holding penalty against Navy had- put the Ithaca team down on the Sailor 24 with first dos..,.Bruce Smith's interception of a pass ended that. ine navy nrst-strmgers came back to begin the third and against oenjcins lea Ine way to pay dirt Inserting a 29-yard pass to Dick uuaen in a oi-yara drive to a touchdown. Jenkins himself drove over from the five. From there out it was a stream beg iiv almost, eVery. man onUnvpntinn - ine oencn a chance and obviously tried to hold the score down. But the subs' wouldn't be denied and continued to dent the Red. Goal, ... Duke in J4-0 Win Over Wake Forest DURHAM N.C., Nov. 1L-AJ.RV-The Spoilers of the Southland, the Diehard Duke Blue Devils, ended the second- perfect gridiron record in as many weeks today, showing their heels to the Wake Forest Beacons in running up a 34 to 0 vic tory that enhanced their hopes, for a post-season bowl game bid. Dukes nowpr too lotlf hnttlpH nn ! was linriirlr art lilo a hrHln rtfi !V".'?"'P - '"e ne,ore lans- I rvt D.rlriuinn In.i. ,.f Daifr.he Fourth Marine lieutenant who was returned to Duke to take up where he left off before going in the service, accounted for two of the Blue Devils, scores, while the other three were scored by George Clark. Ed Sharkey and Clark Jones. Yale Still Undefeated NEW HAVEN. Conn., Nov. 11- Pi Yale's line bucker. burly Bill Penn. made a 44-yard run, and the quarterback. George Loh, made a one-foot line buck for the only two touchdowns today, as. the Eli football team defeated Brown. .13 to 0. In a game repiete with long runs,' both teams muffed other scor ing chances by fumbling. It was undefeated, untied Yale's sixth straight win. Great Lakes Victor GREAT LUKES. IiCn'ov." l'l.-i A determined Great Lakes fno't- the goal line f the Third Air Force Gremlins for three periods, took to the air in the last quarter to score twice and hand the Charlotte, C.C., eleven a 12-10 defeat, before 25.000 cheering sailors today. Missouri in 21-21 Tie NORMAN. Okla, Nov. ll.-fP)- The scrappy Missouri Tigers staged onk. at linvbrn a thrilling, 14-poinf final perioa;"y'n''. '""i1"'1 finish today to tie Oklahoma. 2-21, and loosen the Sooner' grip on Ihe Big Six Conference football crown. The tie left Oklahoma leading the conference, however. ference. said "the Bruins have a good ball club" and declared he was well pleased with his own ,men particularly Baker. Orothus. Elliott. Rojeski, Borghi. Hirshler. Powell, Stuart. Harding. Garthwalte. Thrams and Shore. The last named was the oiily-tiUts"r.ik.t-tbe Admirals were able to see ail day. Bear Ship Sunk Po-. CALIF. ; Wheeler Li:. LT... I... (' .. HO. KT . .. Shoie . Baker Grothua . . Elliott Cameron Borah! Paul Simon ... Mark ham Tauflheck Waterfield Smith .... RE.. HlrfcTileV B Powell t.H Stuart Howl RH Hardin IT!. Thranv Score by pei Iod: IT.C.L.A California . . . Touchdown Kin. . .. 0 7 0 0-7 0 0 0 9 0 Point after touch- downs Water field. Substitute: U C I. A, F,nd. Haruion. Kin; tackle. McCahe; guard. Watts Substitutes: California - F.nd. Petfru Chambera; tackle. Ciow. Meter; auard. Cameron. Kliner; back. Thram. Bottke. Brown. Official: Referee. William Sima. 8t St. Mary's; umpire. Leo Harri. Stanford: head llnenman. Jame Tunney. Loyola; field Judle, George Coatallo, Colorado. Statistics: CALIF UClX Net yards from scrimmage.. 84 Paa attempted i Paiei completed 0 Yard lalntd from pan 0 Paasea had InterceDted S 113 12 3 49 1 7 w.w 11.10 ,30 t Total firtt downa...'. i ESlVS: 8j? yards lost, penalties 63 umble I! i ' t , I I TBv -a" U I n 'S;:-:'-'-"-m. SK I Julius Davis ' Beavers Rehire Manaaef OWen PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 11. ) Marvin - Owen will be playing manager lor the Portland Beavers fagain next year, William H." Klepper, business manager of the Pacific Coast League Club, announced to day. The third baseman who piloted the Beavers into second place last season has agreed upon terms, Klepper said, and probably will hand over the signed contact at the minor leagues' covention in Buf falo December 6-8. Klepper left tonight for a scout ing tour through Milwaukee, Chi cago, Cleveland and Cincinnati be convention. FLEET CITY TOPS NEVADA, 19 TO 4 RENO, Nev., Nov. 11. (P) The oversized Bluejackets from Fleet City, Calif., defeated the University of Nevada, 19 to 2, in a football game played in a heavy snowstorm here today. It was the fifth victory of the season for Fleet City. Snow caused frequent fumbles. Fleet City scored in. the first period when Rowe rounded the end for 16 yards. In the third period, the sailors tallied again on a sleeper pass, l-eagan to Jacobson, making in all. Rowe converted. vdius The last Fleet touchdown play came in the fourth period when Feagan completed two successive "passes to Joy. Tunned Stars as Guard Beats Pacific STOCKTON. Nov. 11 '.-(P Paced by their speedy halfback. Emlen Tunnell. the San Francisco Coast Guard Pilots defealed College of the Pacific. 13-p. on a soggy field tonight. A crowd of 1500 attended. Tunnell. Negro star, formerly of Toledo University, passed and ran his team Ii) the victory. He threw a touchdown puss to Left End John Westrum. good for 22 yards in the first period, and'in the second quarter intercepted a pass to race 75 yards for another score. He was the whole phow for most of the game. Semi-Pro Games Today S'mi-pro Kames booked for Sunday by the Central California Baneball Managers" .Ajsntiaituiii-;. . . - -. AI.AMEDA 'A A' IE A (11 E 12:0(1 rh- Lontohoicinen v. Rcn'v loiden fllow, at Wafthingtoh; O'T'de and Martin, umpires. 2:30 p.m. -E. Bfrcovlch Sr Son v. Ban Leandro SU-kii' lieer. at Washington; (I'Toolp. and Marlln. umpire. ALAMEDA 'A' I.EAGI'K 11:3(1 a tn. - Pop's. Jnn vs. Rurkhorn Club, at Linrotn: Lew!, umpire. 2: IS p.in Maritime Service vs. Hurley Marine, at Lincoln; liewi?:. umpire. itrsjiRon i t (;i f: V- i' tKt m - Col'iinlm Ilakerv s. Junlof rd, No. I. YrmnK iind Asa- 2. .11) p.m Chanel of the Oaku v. Team- Ktcr 1'iiMni. .-it Bu-hfixl No I: Yn-mg and .Aaanovirh. umplte I 2:30 pm. Cincinnati Rnnk!e. v. Ma-( chlnidta ISWi. at Bufhrod. No, 2; Nelon and Ham. unuure. A. r. OF I. 1,1 Afil'E 111:00 a to KnxIneerV U)cal I vll " 12th Street Club, at Bu'hrod. filn. 2: N.-' on umpire. 12:00 m. Chanel Oak Junlomva. Samuel Oompera. at nuhrod, No. 2. 10:00 a m. Fond Clerk l'nion vs. Milk Wncon Dilvera, at Biuhrod. No. 1; Maderious. umpire. EAST OAKLAND r.AOI.K I.CAGL'F. 10:00 a m. -McDonotigh Steel vn. CwkV Union, at S4ieiurt; Vaconello. umpire." 12:30 p m.-Rtm Shack" v E. Bereo-vlch Juniom. at Elmhurnti Vasconellos, umpire. 11:00 am Barlendern" tlnlon vY Coop-er'a Mortuary, at Loc-kwood; Cadtftha. umpire. .-. v , KXif OAKVAKTt) -L-r.iK- 12:00 m Miltotr Motorit v. Hobalt'a Buffet, at S;in landrn: Walker, umpire. 2:30 p.m -Naval Supply Depot va. SOOth A. A F.. at .San Leandro; Walker, umpire 2:30 p.m. PVuitvale Iunlff V3. Atlat Diesel, at Ijekwood: Botelho. umpire. INDKPF.NOF.ST (iAVItS 2:30 p.m. Oakland Monarch v. Sherry t,iquor. at A. F. of U Park. Vallejo. 2:30 pm 415' Club v. V. A. W. of Ford-., at Fir.-t and MacDonald. Rich- STRUCTURAL STEEL EXPERIENCED " MEN WANTED 53 HOUR WEEK 13 hours at time-and-a-half VACATION WITH PAY . Our J4th Year In Buiinta No Parkins Problem 1734 Campbell Street Corner ol isth it.' ( . By ED SCHOENL r- --The?" St Mary's. Pre-FIight Air- devils, bolstered, but definitely, by the addition of All-American Parker Hall, rule-a one-touchdown favorite to knock off the Alameda Coast Guard Sea Lions when they collide" this afternoon at Keza The Sea Lions, boasting six vic tories in seven games, have the best record of any team in Northern California, but the men who make the odds have too much respect tor Hall Julius Davis and the potent Air-devil line to give them the edge. The addition of Hall, All-Ameri can at the University of Mississippi, a three year veteran with the Cleve land Rams and last year a member of the Del Monte Pre-FIight eleven, has given the Airdevils iust the punch if needs. Parker -is a danger' ous"unner and Jceen passer. BALANCED ATTACK Along with the determined, hard running of Davis, the Clarksdale, Miss., prepsfer, this gives the Air-devils a strong running game and good passing attack. It also gives them a strong "one-two punch" with Hall opening the Sea" Lions" defense with his long heaves and Davis capitalizing on the fact, and ramming through the line. But the game, by all means, does not figure to be a Pre-FIight one. The- Sea-Lions just have too much explosive material on hand to get kicked around. Lieut. Jules Sikei, coach of the Airdevils, ably put it when he declared: "We'll have to score a lot to beat the Coast Guard." Yep, the Sea Lions have a" danger ous weapon in the trusty Tight arm ol their quarterback, Gonz Morales. He is a high-class passer and play- iriff fllong with the law of averages he tosses enough of 'em for a few to click for long gains and even touchdow'ns. Imissed.Xjcl,a. .game it nas-eeen tne-passrnjrol Morales that has given the Sea Lions their triumphs this season. In the one game they lost, to U.C.L.A.. Morales was injured and only played a flttle of the contest. But it will jiot be passing alone that the Sea Lions will depend in today. Their coach. Lieut. Joe Ver-ducci, believes they have weakened, their attack with too many passes in the past several games and has strengthened the running game this week to bolster the offense for thq Airdevils. One of the changes' i the Sea Lions' running attack has been the mapping of a whole set of running plays for Morales. Morales, has run only once or twice this season. Byt in past seasons he has run for the "Coast Guard from the single wing setup and is a good, hard run ner, according to Verducei. Ho will 1 Will carry the running duties along with i fun um. ft.- diiii 1 1 1 J I riou U'ilV n.M - bert and Fullback I.avrnii' MpmhM. ST, MARY'S ALAMEDA PRE-FIJGHT PERDUE COI.LIEH LINDSAY TITCHENAL .. PAVI.1CH WOUDENBERG RIDDICK J'osi. I.ER LTH LC.R C HGL RTL REL Q MAKmrf sai.owa y BILOTTI! . HATTOj- NAYE """""j SANFORD .... ... M()ItAI.E.s!"M'll''lL"'" J"U,M HALL U1R Hll.t. DAVIS RHL II M P.F.RT HUTCH INS ..... . r MERRITT PHr-H.IC.HT SOI AD 10 Hebel.h 38 Selover, re 39 Collier. It 41 Hall. Ill 42 F.dwairls. le . 43 llAnwn. re 4-Orrhien. Ik 47 Nlemi'inn. c 49 McAdiini.v II 50 Tltrhenal. c 52 Wordcn. o 53 WoudenberK M Dave.ie-le SS Rournnnt i H S Holkcr. It 58 Prou n. Ui 50 Ftei,! II (!n Waide. re (1.1 Pin lu ll.. I K B4 H Iridic, re 5 Perdue, le 1 1 Devan. ill 13 Winiiter. rh 14 Tinitle. I Ifi McMullin. rh 17 Garvin, rh 18 Threlkeld. r 19 Colon, f 20 Shipman. q 22 Moore, r 23 DavlK.rh ii Lindsay. In M Dal Porto, f 27 Ruhel. a . 28 Ciebauer.r :il Hutchlns. I W Wheatnn. rn X Jones, c 34 San ford, q 3 Williams rt 37 Matthews, iH CO AVF -d'Ar 1Vn II OahltZMvk 37 Menli up h 40 M.'K'iock. aj . 44 Haye. t ' 5S Mi Dnv. i ll, e Morflles, 'l r-'ltzll.ii n- e 71 'univiniiliHin. t 72 Memo. I 7'i MeP.-n Ihind. f 77 Taft. e 70 Fern.uid-?. f RO Popptn. i 7"h;ibleh. e 88 Kin llhni-i. q STIMiifn'kn. q if Miller h M IliillM it. h Bllf FKhei : iiinn re. 12 IVltus. c 14 Wldener. q 15 Anderson 16 Lewi, h 17 S.-iliiWhV t 1(1 Lindslrnm. h 19 BeniKleltl. K 21 Jnhnon. e 22 Mariucci. e M Hill, h 2d Wilbom. h ?7 Petliis. c-;S It"- R . h 2h.is. - .1 . (j 31 nalritti. e 33 M.irlowe. f Offirlal-- Referee Mureav Baxter head llneMiii-n. To'iiinv FMpatrtrk : fii'ld furjRp, Tommv Y.nn$ Phar Rong Wins Hollywood Feature Continued 'rom First Sports Page length, as he came from fourth place at the hend of the Mretrh, wlwre Appleknocker held a a two- length le;id. Okana. conqueror of some of Cali fornia's "bej-l -.ud.-Wi"-ur Jjjs last six" races. OTBh't Tiave "Tns speed under top impost of 126 pounds and nerar got up, UJU.shina fourth. Phar H5ng paid $51 40. $17 20 and $8 SO across: Appleknocker, $5.80 and f$4.30, and Hiippy Issue, $5.3(T Phar Rong traversed the seven furlongs in 1:24 15, over a track sloppy from two diiys of rain. Otto Grohs was up on the winner. L O OK!! NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY FOR AUTO REPAIR WORK Bring Your Cor In ot Any Tim and Get Prompt, Efficient Service SHOP OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK . 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. NO JOB TOO LARGENONE TOO SMALL - ALL FACTORY-TRAINED MEN JT0 SERYICt YOUR CAR . DAHL CHEVROLET CO. TWinooki 261 1 27th and Btoodway Max Minor (25) of ArmyF nears 10-yard line as he races to second touchdown In first quarter of game yesterday with. Notre Dame at N.Y. Ed Rafalko (83), Army end,' misses block on Bill Chandler (45), Irish back, but unidentified Army player, center, moves in to protect Minor. Joe Stanowici (63), Army cruard, is in foreground. Army scored 59 to 0 win. AJ Wirephoto. Army in 59-0 Win Over Irish Continued From First Sports JPaje Catlets rectified that deficiency the first, time they got their hands' on the ball. Kenna skirted his'wn right end for the'final six yards to fclitrisvsp : b-yard mar.cn.V - two more tames were lacKeo withe scoreboard the first period, Kenna setting up the first, of them by Intercepting oHe of Boley Dence-wicz's tosses on tiie Irish 41 and toting it 15 yards before being stopped. On the next play Minor broke over his left tackle for trie score. PASS TO SCORE A 35-yard Kenna to End Rafalko pass was the scoring play for the next marker which followed Blanch-ard's interception of Bob Kelly's attempted forward. Only a second after the second period got underway Davis grabbed another Notre Dame aerial and lugged it 39 yards to the Iflsh seven. from where he scored on the next formation. A 34-yard punt return, by Kenna. set up by a resounding block bv DeWitt Clouter. made :.,.,! 4n f (V, half j V''"1 ult" i ' .. ... .,., uJ muunted to 33 to 0 against them tli.-ii lli. Irish registered their first down, getting two in succession on' i.MMit passes by Dansewirz. Minor's long run and a Kenna to uu-'K rnzer pas pumui.-u miro pcuoci. imi int.- "'"' for the final canto. SI B GETS LAL'GII Davis shot 54 yurds for the first but the counter credited to Sub Tackle Harold Tavzcl that finished Day's work Rot ihe biBKest lau)jh. Notre IJaniC. niakinK a desperate effort to sone. had Joe Ga'sparella Irviim to pass from behind his own Uoal. Tavel, 6 fort- tall, grabbed the ball and fell to. the ground for a touchdown and then dashed out onto ihe field with his hands above his head in a fighter's handclap to the cheers of the spectator!;.. Irish Humbled AltMV N. DAME I'lUer , . LF. .... ..I.T. . . i.; . . ..('.... . i; .. . HT. . . nr. .. .on .. . 1.11. .. Itll .. Hi... . 20 . ,-e-r . O'Connor . . Sullivan . . rilley fV-vinimfiUi ltuval Arnold Green SI. (Juke Stanuwlrz ... Neiiii-l Hiialko ...T. Ki i n;i II;. II Mnw Ill.uictmrrt Krwe byi Ar-..-. Notre IJni . . . . A'liim . Guthrie l)nnei-wl(-7 . . .. Mill iihi Kelly . . AnBMnaii -.1 i:i y 1 IS O 0 O - II i i- i.r 2. Kenna. j Kxtra pomt5- .1 ' Ranlka. Pltei U'fiiti-.'lmu . ii 1 Sul. uiu.' :r.vel ill pl..i eiiu-lit. 1 . .Vim; -E.nl!--. FoklliWi iiallmnu. Wf' ne. ;.,v 1 1! ' -. Il.-i.vi--AndeiMin: tfu.ml -. ii. e. lOOll:. Iiteklt'4. H W. lili. '1 h; .' ran:v 1. a k e. tVerenmella l-usf.n. Bu-noiian C i1.,rmellii, i ei .:nos, Kean: barks ljunbardo. I ueker, Sin.-anbi.iii;he!. Cliatiol. Wallel Iiiiiim-Wet, DnVi. ' SlibMititte-: Nutir D.itne -Ends. C.illh-i:e rtnrrlKnl: Ijulji-.-. Ki-leliev, .1 -Kell;. Si-hudtcr. Miiuenlhnl: ciiardF. Daller. To(7vlokl Weslenkirrhnel . Cianey. Mart Mtrniiel'i. renter, Stewart; haekn Wendell. Ga'uoiella. Chandler Senll M Oflielnh- Hefe.ee t)avp N"le, Ne- hr;.Ua; pue. V. f. Krleer. - Ohio' V'nl- veisitv: liiii-r...i.. D K Reee. Drtitf-on; field juilte. It. .Hie l!.n.ium, Wiatrfnaln. Statistics,: NOTHE ARMY DAME 11 22i .. 22 . HI .100 l-'ll (lu.V. 1. Yd-. Ki.me.l instill.: net .. 7(1 21) 111 . 10(1 2 0 41 1B0 55 Fm wind I-' " I"' n I-'nrw.itii iav-i-.- I ni..ule!eil . v.ic ...,..,t f-.vrl tin.ei. Farwanl pw mtereepled bv B Yds. and., iuiib.il k Int. patm 7 Pun'linK avei.iKe fl.mi winn .. 9f Tntnl yards, .ill klekn rclurnad 95 OnpiitientR fiiniiiie recuvii;M Yards Inst tr- iii-n.-iMiet. --MMaiia BP, 50,000 UK SEE ARMY, NAVY TILT IN LONDON TODAY LONDON, Nov. 11. (U.B Amer ican sailors and soldiers takeTimeJ off from the war tomorrow to put on their o"wn version of the Army- Navy- tootbal ganrerjflcjr "5000 fans, most of them Gf's at London's White City Stedium. The underdog Navy eleven, which doesn't have quite the field fdr recruiting talent that the soldiers do, pins its hopes on the passing of Half back Paul Lisec of Warren, O. Arrangements for the game' have been made to. pattern as nearly as possible the, annual service team classic in the United States, with the traditional Army mule. Navy goat, a blaring of service bands and cheer leaders who will be WAVE and WAVES. - Pitt Swamped By Ohio State . columbus, o.. -jfovrn: j.r- Ohio State's undefeated Buckeyes marked up their seventh straight victory of the season today by walloping Clark Shaughnessy's Pittsburgh's "de-emphasized" and hap- fk,ss football team S4 to 19 before 2fi . 566 -fans in University. Stadium It was one of Pittsburgh's most humiliating defeats in its 15-year rivalry with the Buckeyes and thelT" Ilna"y overcoming, ZB to score would have been more lop sided had the Buckeyes used their. tirst team in the second half. The Buckeyes varsity squad swept unchecked through the Pitt line to run. ..lip a 41 to 0 half-time lead. Then Coach Carroll C. Widdoes sent in his second and third stringers for the remainder of the game while his varsity rested ior their impor-tunt Big Ten tussle next week at Cleveland with Illinois. S.M.U. Humbled, 39-6 IJALLAS, Tex.. Nov. 11(Pi pirs--mTrrr-cfued Southern" Methodist 3!)-6 today before"-17,000 funs in the worst defeat handed the Mustangs by a cadet team In 26 vears. LOOK-AHEAD EMPLOYMENT it offtrad to thlnkinf aertent who can qualify fo positions Electricians Mechanic! -Painters Mole Cor Cleaners Male Storeroom Help . . tor maintenance work on Pullman Cars mad by our AIMED FORCE! NOW The PULLMAN COMPANY EMPLOYMENT OFFICE D0VYNTOWM 326-13TH STREET OAKLAND PULLMAN . for moao-thtn 4ft rw-Hiofi. .X"am tiTpinin jv-trantportation. ... ConstructionvlVlen You Art Urgently Nuded at Onci on PACIFIC NORTHWEST CONSTRUCTION PROJECT Thta rblct li rated utremely important to your etrantry bt tho Armr. Navy and War Manpowor Commutloa - TRJWSPORtjmp ADVANCED ATTRACTIVE SCALE OF WAGES: : M-hour wk Tlma and ont-halt tor worn In tUttM of 40 hour. ; j Needed immediately for Sub-Contractor -V STIAMFITTERS LUMBERS AND . s t STEAMFITTER WELDERS k . , ,KJ14 Muit bo t mtmlMt In good Itandlhf nrlth ' United Auoclatton ot Journayman eteamtittan. and PlumbTa A. J. ft X. MVST BE A, CITIZEN OF TIIE V,SA. tmmcdlata llvin facUltlo for Ml ponons ampleyad. AMiicanti mutt taint ' Social Satfurlty Card, Draft JtMlatrjUoB and CUNllleatlOa) Card and proof - ot citlwnhip. , ' i , Paraona eurrtntly mBloyad tal atrlcuHuro or iaantlit iaduatry .- ..-..Mod not twites ,t T ' - Apply UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT' SERVICE 401 NIVlFrAVI., RICHMOND,, CALIF. -i ; 44 kEARNT STlEEt' , i. .- feotM (14. Maakar Ballilnt. San FraalMO "-'S, Illinois. Loses - - -fcTi - To Michigan - ANN ARBOR, Mich., Nov. 11. (ft . Stopping Illinois' speedster. Left j Halfback Claude (Buddy) Young' . except for a parr of midfield sprintt ; in the first period, Michigan defeated! Illinois, 14 to0, for its fifth straight!, U loptoay victory- bay befor crowd cT 42,200" fans. " " :;T 5 i The Wolverines stuck to thai ' ground in marching 54 yards in, ' seven plays for their first touch down less than four minutes aften receiving the opening kickoff. FulW back Don Lund carried it oyer fronr ' - S the four-yard line and jQuarterbacM J6e Ponsetto converted. Don Greenwood's fumble trying to receive a Michigan punt, set up the Wolverines' other tally in th final period. Center Harold Watti gathered in the ball on the Illinois. 31, and on the ninth play Halfback! , ' Jack Weisenberger swept the. IUinl- . r ngnt end to score from the two. Ponsetto converted his eighth straight point after touchdown. 5 Young, the national collegiate sprint champion, gained 81.yardr ior me aay, ai yaras ol tt tm the- first four times he carried the ball. After that he was smothered con ' sistently though Michigan secondary defense men made many of the, tackles. Neither team completed a pass all afternoon. Mississippi State Wins ' BIRMINGHAM, Ala.. Nov. ll.-i iPi Mississippi State, unbeaten ant untied, found Tom McWilliaras, All. American candidate, an able asset 21, a stubborn Auburn eleven handU cappeet.by a shortage of replace rnent backs. Massage Steam Baths Reducing Programs AL WILLIAMS 1305 Franklin TW-3422 Health System Upholsterer --Moeliiriiiri Blacksmiths 1 4 On the first play of the second lott en fumbles. about the penalties for pass inter-1 r,h w,t 1

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