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THE ASHEVILLE CITIZEN, ASHEVILLE. N. C. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1935 REVOLTA CONQUERS ARMOUR TO WIN P.G.A.
GOLF CROWN Page TEN Ol J0 JJ Jo Duke Completes Hard Work For Battle With Auburn Tomorrow Milwaukee Pro Licks Veteran Campaigner, 5-4 Steady Performance Of Re-volta Brings Defeat To "Black Scot" Gamecocks Battle Scrimmage Held By Blue Devils; Alexander Out 'Dizzy9 Claims He Didn't Walk Out On Exhibitions Tech Coach Says Tar Heels Will Defeat Jackets "North Carolina la Stronger Than Tech," States Alexander what we're trying to do we won't have a Then when I'm gone I discover he makes me the goat. "And as far as New Orleans la concerned, they didn't have more lhan a dozen or so In Ihe standi and when 1 see that I says, ShuekK! I won't lake a chance or nil nine tn.v arm for that but I won't let your cluirlly So I turned oter a check of my own fur to the New Orleans i-ha her co in nierce harl fund and that's a nhole lot more than the gate receipts would have amounted to." Dean said he hnrdly figured the barnstorming tour had been a flop since he had "netted 4.300 for the old 'Dlz bankroll art far and that's not to be sneezed at." LOS ANQE1J5S. Oct. 33. Jeromt (Dizzy) Dean of the St, Louis Cardinals, dropped Into town today with the remark that he has "been getting a dirty deal." "The stories that came out of the Chattanooga and Hew Orleans," said Dlzy.
"leave a whole lot out. And now I'll speak my piece. "Joe KiikcII. president of the Chill titnoocii eliib, takes a rup at me for walking out on 37ft funs at a charity came. He make It look like I wouldn't perform.
He's the one Mho called that game off. "I say to him: 'Joe, I'll go out there and pitch a couple of innings anyway," and he takes a disgusted look at the handful of customers and answers: 'No, If they don't appreciate Maroons In Shape For Tilt WithG reensboro Tomorrow scores 7,500 WITNESS MATCH Pevolta's Putting Game Too Strong For Armour To Overcome lly WIIITNKV MAII1IX (Attnchited Press Spuria Writer) TWIN HILLS GOLF 1 COURSE, OKLAHOMA CITY, Oct. 23. (AP) Wafted along by a putter touched with magic, young Johnny Re-volta of Milwaukee soared to the golfing heights today and won the National P. G.
A. championship with a stunning 5 and 4 triumph over graying Tommy Armour, of Medina, 111. Over a course swept by frigid blast the 24-year-old Revolt a purred and bird led his way to end tho valiant stand of the "Black Scot," who In hi 40 years has won every nia-Jor tournament a professional can win, and who today was bidding for his second P. Q. A.
crown. It wasn't so much poor marks manship on the part of Armour that brought his tie! cat. He went around In 75 his morning and was out in 37 this afternoon. Numb hands and blasting breezes considered, that was good k1- Revolt a Is Steady It was the stead; sharpshootlng of the Wisconsin lad with the Lincoln profile, combined with work on and around the greens that at times had an estimated gallery of 7,600 pop-eyed with amazement Itevolta was even with par through 27 holes. Me went two over on Die 31st lo end the mat eh that much over par figures.
He didn't three-putt a green, and one-putted no less than I'd. In contrast to that exhibition. Armour frequently was In trouble on his wood shots and as putt after putt failed to drop the old campaigner realized wasn't his day. Crouching down to get a Una on a 16 footer, he was heard to mumble: "I can't do it. but I'll try." That It was Re volta' day appeared evident from the start as they teed off In the face of the glacial breeze.
Johnny blrdled the first hole, and from that point on he pitched strikes, with tho sloughing matter-of-fact Armour riding along behind. The "Black Scot" never so much as squared the match, and the sub-par 33 fired at him on the first ntnn left him three down. Johnny Four t'p At Turn Recolta slipped to a 37 coming home on the morning tour, but Armour had a 38, and they went to lunch, together with tho Milwaukee youngster four up. Armour purred the first seven hules or the iirternoon round, but he went donn one more hole In doing It. lie mm the imh, only to have the sturdy, raw-honed youngster fnlpe at him with birdies on the 22nd and 2'Jrd, both one putt greens.
When they finished tho i.7th with Revolta six up. It was Just a matter of how long It would last. The venerable Scot, whose spiked shoos have trod hundreds of fair-; ways In this country and abroad, had been In tough spots before, but he never was six down at 27 to a player as hot as Revolta was to-; day. Unperturbed, Armour matched his youthful rival part for Par on the first three holes on tho Inside line He won the 31st when Johny took his second six of the day, but when Revolta put hi tee shot on tho short 32nd 10 feet from the pin ho knew It was the end. Armour Outdrove Foe Armour outdrove Itevolta consistently, but the Milwaukee lad was the muter on other shots.
His pitches were accurate. His recoveries, on the rare occasions he was In trouble, were masterpiece. It was Armour who, three years ago, at Boca Raton, told Revolta: "Son, If you ever get your putting down you'll be a winner." i Revolta admitted he waa putting normally today. "I had the ho explained briefly. Today's match was rievolde of sensational play, aside from the continual, rippling sparkle of Hevolta's work about the greens.
Armour's valiant Bland aRainst overwhelming odds brought forth audible support of the gallery. Armour. aftr winning the first hole of the afternoon round, never won another until Itevolta curded his larne six on th- 3 1st. NiieMi(U ituinun The rhlppi-r Milwaukee youth, a Ryder Cub member, succeed PhuI 1 Ruuyan as kini, of the pros. Runvan wa defeated In the, quarter finals' by I JAPANESE OIL Mtdt U.
A. FOR HAIR AND SCALP lffrt frnt Ordinary Hair Tkl IT'I A SCALP MtOICINff 40c SI, FEEL IT WORK! Al All D'uggitlt Wrlli tsf race InMH "Tr Yrwtli Ahewt The HJr." Nelieael Ce Htm 1 wt Kercheval Boots Pigskin 91 Yards To Set New Mark VKW YOIIK. Oct. 23. UPl Ralph Kercheval, llruiiklrn Dodger pro football Mar, hooted the hall 01 yardu all carry In a game against the Chicago Bears Humlar and Ihe National league Is prepared to write It Into the record, an the liuieest kick ever made.
It Hill he officially recorded at die league's ulinunl winter meeting. He stood on his own four-yard line anduhe hall came down on the llenflr five-yard stripe and then rnnfd mm I lie end nne. The prodigious kirk came In the second period of the game played In Chicago. Previously. Kercheval had an fto-yard puiit to III credit, made seven years ago when he was a member nf the Lexington (Ky') High school eleven.
Biltmore Squad Preps For Game With Hiwassee Injuries Handicap Workouts; Light Workout Slated For Today Biltmore College's gridiron warriors, having won their first victory In five yeara last Saturday when they nosed out Blue Ridge, are working hnrd this week preparing for the clash with Hiwassee at MadlaonvlUe. on Saturday. The Hiwassee outfit Is reported to be strong, and has been playing four-year college teams hard battles since the season opened. Injuries Hurt Drills The Bulldogs haven't been able to do much hard work, this week due to Injuries received In the Blue Ridge tilt, but Coach Bobby Hlpps Is confident they will be in fine shape for Saturday's contest. Monday the second team played a game with the eleven and several fine prospecta were uncovered.
Rufus Lawrence was perhaps the outstanding Bulldog, running hard, passing accurately, and strong on defense. He weighs but 140 pounds but should develop Into a fine all-round performer. practice Is Short The session yesterday was short and snappy and constated mainly of offensive work Today and tomorrow light workouts are also scheduled. HALL FLETCHER OUTFIT TO SEE ACTION TODAY Hall Fletcher and Fletcher Highs will meet this afternoon i.t 3:30 o'clock on the Hall Fletcher field. The Fletcher eleven, handicapped by the loaa of Guard Riddle, who hurt his shoulder several days ago, will nevertheless enter the game in good shape.
Youngblood, six-foot, eix-inch end will be in the starting lineup. He did not play In the Red Oak game last week and his return will strengthen th Fletcher eleven. Cagle will be on the other end. with Seals and Cunningham at tackles, C. Youngblood and Brackett at guards.
Justice at center, and Oarren, Gos-nell, Trantham and Wilkle In the backfleld. Hall Fletcher will probably atart Peek and Miller on ends. La ford and Burr la at tackles, Wlllets and Bell at guards. Bishop at center, and Taggart. Coman.
Anderson and Green in the backfleld Brevard CB' Plays Blue Ridge Today BREVARD. Oct" 23. (Special) Brevard College's 'B" team will play Its second game of the season tomorrow afternoon here against Blue Ridee. The game will atart at 3 o'clock. Several weeks the Brevard varsity played Biltmore College to a scoreless tie, and last week Biltmore won a fl-0 verdict over Blue Ridge, so the Tornado outfit tomorrow will enter the game as the under-dog.
The squad has been scrimmaging the varsity eleven this week mostly on defense, and as a result will not be able to display much of of the powerful North Carolina eleven last week. A heavy session, however, appeared In store for the Wildcats tomorrow. light DrilTHeld By Demon Deacons WAKE 33. ODWake Forest took thlnma easy todav in preparations for playing George 1 Wsshlneton University here Saturday, The Descona went throuch a slow motion drill deslcned to develop more precision In running playa. had a session on pas defense and offense.
and scrimmaged against the fresh-1 men. The varsity backfleld at present 1 composed of Kltchln at quarter. Mor- ris and Edens at the halves, and Dan le st fullback. rvi Tigers Today In State Fair Game South Carolina Elevens To Open Annual Warfare At Noon COLUMBIA. Oct.
23. yPV Clem son a powerful Tigers and a de-termlned University of South Caro-Una Gamecock outfit were primed to. night to clash at noon tomorrow in their thirty-third annual Staw fair gridiron classic here. The Tigers arrived late this afternoon a nd were reported at 1 strength, with Randy Hlnson anc Streak Lawton. hacks, and Bill Crox-ton, guard, available after ab.senci due to Injuries.
Coach Je.ss Neely ordered tho squud to bed early In th evening. Curry Farnam, the only Gamecoc whose availability was doubtful, hat returned to the squad during th week, bringing the Gamecock cren to lta peak. 1 The Bengals State title la at stake The Drobable LIikmidb: Clemson Ho 8. Carollni Shurord IE Johnsor Brown LT Bra inlet1 Inabinet Online Shorr Stokr Croxion RO Watsoi Black IiT Robelo MrCnnell RE CTgli Brrv OH Alexsnde KolBer LH Clar Lcr RH Farnan Horton FB Derrenbarhe OlIicialA: Referee Lane (Derrotti: um Dire MumrrtK hendllnefinun Phil' linn ilia. Tech.t: field Judue Bade v.
(W At L.I. Army, Princeton Will Renew Grid Relations In '3 Closer Connection Betweei 'Big Three' And Service Teams Made WEST POINT. N. Oct. 23.
(ypv-A new and closfr football connectioi between the "big three" and tin Military and Naval academies was re vealed today with the announceinen that Army and Princeton will inee In 1038 and 1940 to new an anclen gridiron rivalry. The scheduling of these two garnet both to be played at Princeton th third week In November, is believe to be a atop toward the completloi of an arrangement by which Arm and Navy will play Yale and Prince ton and Yale In alternate yeara. NaT appeared on the Yale schedule th! season for the first time In man years and the Ells probably will con tlnue to play the Midshipmen in th "off" yeara of the Army series, old Time One of the early rivalries of east ern football. Army and Prlncetoi continued to meet more or less reg ularly from 1893 to 100a, when the wound up with a scoreless tie. Ji that time the Tigers won six game and tied three while Army failed collect a victory.
The new alignment Is understock to have arisen from Yale's desire give Navy a permanent place on It schedule. The Midshipmen have beei closely tied to Princeton and Arm to Yale in the past and when th Ells hooked up with Navy, Arm turned naturally to Princeton. Th present Army-Harvard game will nn be affected, continuing as an annua fixturj although all future game probably will be played at Cambridgf where larger crowds can be accom modatcd. I'lrit "Modern" flash The 1928 game will be the first be tween Army and Princeton In "mod ern" football as the previous serle ended when three downs to gain flv yards was still the rule and there wa little variation In the bone-crushln line plays. an oftensa against Blue Ridge.
Bu the boys are confident and a fin game should result. Pruett and Slwera will atart a Nixon and Heffner at tacklei Farthing and Helms at guards, Brook at center, and Reno. Ardray. Whlt aides and Salmon in the backfleld WRESTLING TONITE COWBOY LUTTRALL v. THE GOON RETURN BOUT! TWO REFEREES! HI HE KlfifIT t.
IIIIMI J.WK M. AH Till IKO. 11X111(111 t. HICK POWF.I.L Carolina Arena 8:30 r.f.r TICKETS F.AHI.V PICKWICK, nm.rn. I.AMiKr.K rin.tR HT.tNO Revolta Has One Three-Putt Green In 172-Hole Play TWIN Hil Oklahoma Cllv, Oet.
2.1, (Al1) One huiiored and Nevpiity-t wo hides of golf wit li one three-putted green that tells he story of nny Itevolta's ilrtnry In the National 1. U. A. tournament today. Itevolta, who won 111 twentieth round at matin play to take the I1, ii.
A. title itiriuv, look lil threu Mtuhft Miturdny on the luh green while plalng Mines of harden rilv. V. All (He revt of Itevolta's greens with two-put ted or one-putted wit 1 1 a generous amount of the latter. Many Star Grid Performers Lost By Major Teams Injuries Aid Ineligibilities May Set New High This Year NEW YORK.
Oet. 23. (A This football aenxon. alrcndy notable for the awesome headache It has given the experts, likewise threatens to set a new htnh for removing star athletes from the scene of gridiron eon-flirt via the Ineligibility or Injury route. By a strange coincidence, these twin coaching nightmares have taken no fewer than five captains of top-ranking teams Glenn Beldel, Minnesota quarterback; Bob Haley, Harvard quarterback: Ed fikoronskl of Purdue; Jim Russell of Temple, and Joe O'Brien of Boston College.
Long before the season opened, Notre Dame lost her 103S captain through the death from a blood stream Infection of Joe Sulllven. Crimson Star Ineligible Haley fell afoul of Harvard's rigid eligibility standards and waa declared athletically null and void for violation of the rule forbidding acceptance of "outside assistance Skoronskl, one of the Big Ten's finest centers, waa declared ineligible after it had been shown he played a part of one game with Oeorgctown University bo. foro transferring to tho Indiana school. O'Brien, whose Boston College Baglen sprang the biggest upset in the season In whipping Michigan State last week, was so badly Injured In an automobile accident during the summer that he did not even participate in scrimmage this season until yesterday. RuascII.
a tower of strength In the Temple line, probably will ho out of the game for two or threo weeks an a result of tho beating he took tn the Carnegie Tech game last Saturday. He is suffering from badly strained muscles of the rlnal column, Seldel, clever fleJd general of Minnesota's powerful Ooohers. suffered a fractured collar-hone in the Tulane game and probably will play no more college football. Beldel's injury, Incidentally, calls attention to the tremendous losses the Oophers have suffered since they rang down the curtain on an undefeated season last year. Big Ten eligibility rules cost Bcrnle Bterman tho services of Stan Kontka, Bill Bevan, oeorge Hvendsen and Art Clarkson.
Jules A 1 Tonne, another aco of the 1934 Minnesota army recently was bowled out of action by scholastic deficiencies. Even without these five stars the Gophers havo galloped right along but Bierman now will be hard- pressed to rind an adequate substitute for Seldel, Tar Heels Hnlseak In the south, John Hniscak. North Carolina guard, was dismissed from school after It had been discovered he pmviously had played for Cath olic University. William Andorka and Albert Farrell were declared ineligible at Maryland Biter snisrak had informed a Washington newspaper that Andorka previously had played at Fortthnm and Farrell at Weat Liberty iw. va.) xeacners' college.
Syracuse lost the services of Ed Mammonacr, consistent ground gain er, for the season when Ited suffered a broken leg in the Ohio Wesley an game last week. A head Injury has temoved John Mlrhuta, crack tackle, from Notre Dame's varMty for the remainder of the campaign. Two of the east's greatest backs, Al Burn baa, of Columbia and Davo Kinuklrr, of Temple, havo hern badly handicapped by leg injuries. Rarabas, in fact, may be forced to yield his lirst team berth when Columbia meets Michigan Saturday. Al Zimmerman, of Portland, 3 ana i.
II Is Hew. Mil's Hrt IM. A although he linliK the Went it open hamplmtfthlp and haw hoii the HI. I'aul open uutl 1 1 t- Miami open, and ranked aiming the leader In the lut ttto Nallniml open. In his march to the title he defeated the medal tat.
Waller Hagrn, 1 lltK HIih.k lurrtfii fit N. 1 up; I'nt Clrcelll, of Tarty, town, N. 4 and 'i Eddie Bchulttt, of Troy. N. 4 and 2, and Al Zim-mennmi, 4 and 2.
The cards toduy: Mnrmrta Hound: Ir 411 .144 IS Dill ,4 3 -it HI Armii-ir Oui 444 3M 445 -17 I'r In 474 414 544 35--70 Ki'olu In 41 4J.S (144 -70 Armour lit 434 Mi 38 --75 Hound: M4 344 34 444 ij4 4J4 Km In At niour In en u.KtiK ac 1111:11 DAYTON. Oct. Xi. V) Couch Aie Hobinson of Hha Central hiKh hool imo ired the Maple-! wood hiK'i suburban St. Units school, nil Hi criilAiiiM tit Hh i-ln1lniri tn play any high school football team ibfl tnuiinv, and posted a gvui-anteu of H.OO0, Durham, N.
C. Kick-Off 2:30 P. M. Squad Display! Mor Pepj All-Round Play Seems Improved TIGER TEAM ENTRAINS Thirty-Five Auburn Players Making Journey To Durham DURHAmToiT 23. (AP) Preparations for their game with Auburn In Duke stadium were just about completed by Duke's Blue Devils today in a scrimmage session with the team.
There will be the usual light pre-game drill tomorrow. The Blue Devils performed In a more Aatlsfnctory manner In today's skirmtab as compared with their rawed showing yesterday. On defense the line waa charging well and on offense the blocking was some better. Spirit of the team, considerably dampened by Oeorgla Tech's victory Saturday, appears to be on the rise aa the boys realize that that game Is not the last on the schPrtulo this season. There was much pep today.
Jack Alexander, regular fullback, remains on the injured list and definitely will not be able to play. Tigers Drill On Blue Devil Plays AUBURN. Oct. 33. (P) The Plainsmen of Alabama Polytechnic, 35 strong, entrained tonight tor Durham.
N. C. and an engagement Friday with Duke University a eleven. Before packing up. the Plainsmen went through scrimmage against the freshmen with the frosh emulating the Blue Devils.
Gilbert, center, and Paterson. tackle, were In every play, In tho best showing they have made on the practice field here this year. Roton was in at right tackle, and Scarborough was still running at quarter, Indicating they will be in the opening line-up. Switching these two men to the line-up made tne only change the varsity since the Kentucky gsme. Aerials Baffle Tar Heel Crew CHAPBL HILL.
Oct. 33. (Tt North Carolina's Tar Heels were given a loaaon in football today that le, the way Oeorgla Tech playa It. And the Tar Heels went away thinking they had played baaketball Instead of foothftii. The lorwarn pa.w una ample, double and triple laterals proved prepared for the prime Saturday with i Teeh as a Homecoming Day feature I hero.
Coach Bob Fetzer. who scouted the Tech-Duke game, had hla fourth team "All-Americana" work Yellow Jacket playa against first the first string and then the second teiim. The "Jackets" handled the pigskin with the eae of a basketball, enabling the laterals to prove effective. Tom Burnet te, sophomore back, was back In uniform for the first time In two weeks and took only light ll inhering -up work. He waa Injured In practice several days after tho Tennessee game.
John Trlmpey also took only ensy work, leaving Sophomore Henry Bartos to fill In at regular left tackle. Dick Buck took things easy. Both Buck and Trlmpey will more than likely ba ready for Tech. Manhattan Plays Puzzle Wolf pack RALEIGH. Oct.
23. (T) N. C. State's first and second stringers were pu 7.7 led today by Manhattan College plavs run by a third eleven aa they prepared for the meeting with Chick Meehsn's team in Brooklyn, N. Saturday.
The "military ahlff was the major puzzle to the Wolfpack. but finally Its Intricacies were solved. Coach Hunk Anderson will take 33 players to New York with him. leaving at o'clock tomorrow night. All of State's men who were Injured In last flatnrdsy'a game with Georgia were In uniform, but Eddie Ilerllnskl.
star sophomore halfbnt-k from Bloomfield, N. did not action. Jess Tatum returned to right end on the lrt eleven, taking Roger Muss position. Brownie and Kirsch-ner were at the guards. Both are New York boys.
Newton To Take Charge Again DAVIDSON. Oct. 23 i.T. With the team running Citadel play, the Davidson Wildcats todav were given an Idea of what they might expect when they clmh here Saturday afternoon with the Citadel Bulldogs. Hond Coaeh Doe Newton, who hns been 111 for some time, will take over arttve charge of the Wildcats tomorrow.
Although the gnme Is but three davs off, the Davidson rnarhs lt the pluvera off with a light workout this afternoon. The team apparently i nil II fprling the effects of the heavy battering they roeived at th hand. thlnkahle now to turn around and Join a boycott of those games, after thry have Just compiled with oul Olvmple rules. "I wonder If you have noticed that I am Ihe only Amerirsn ho has thus far obtained anything for Jews In Germany?" The International Olympic committee Sherrill said. Is concerned only with Its rule that ne'ther race, creed, color nor religion shall interfere wlih the selection of members of the Olympic tem By extending Invitations to Helen Mavr and Ore, el prrgmenn, Germany has com-phM with this regulation, he ATLANTA, Oct.
23. fM William Anderson Alexander the football roach of few words foresees victory for North Carolina over his rejuvenated GeorRlH-Tech grldders. "Why, well get licked," said the veteran pilot. And that Is exactly the way he feels about the contest with the unbeaten and untied North Carolina lur Heels Saturday. But, he felt that way about the dHine with Duke's Blue Devils.
And his Golden Tornado shocked the football world with a 6-to-o win that removed Duke from the top rank. Rajs Tar Heels HI rnnger "North Carolina Is stronger thin Tech." ho said In dlscusMnK the name. "There will not be a letdown In the Tech squad and we'll be In condition, but I firmly believe we aro In for a trimming" CicorKla-Tech came ovit of the Duke battle with only minor bruises. Too, the team will be strengthened further by the return to tackle of Captain Bob Eubanka and poaslbly Guard John Wilcox, both regulars who wer on tho sideline last Saturday with Injuries. Physically, the Tech team Is In excellent condition now, but the piny-era appeared fatigued In practice sessions this week.
That was apparently a natural reaction following the hard game with Duke, but Coach Alexander thinks the team will not be able to reach the peak aa It did last Saturday. Seen Victory For Carolina "I don't know what we can do BgHinst North Carolina," Alexander said. "We might give them a close battle, but we'll get licked. That's exactly the way feel about It." Alexander said he planned to start the same eleven men against North Carolina that took the field In the Duke game. That means he'll have seven sop horn or ps In the lineup.
The squad will leave Atlanta Thursday night. Long Scrimmage Is Dished Out By Mars Hill Boss Lions Show Some Improvement In Drill For Belmont Battle MAH.4 HILL, Oct. 33. (Special) A scrunmaKe lasting an hour and a half wu coach Hoberta order to the Mura Hill team for practice today. A short blocking drill waa also held.
The varsity looked a little better In this scrimmage, than It did Saturday, but there still was room for Jota of improve me i it. Edwards, regular guard, did not take part In today's workout, Ho is suffering from an infected foot. His place waa taken by Oqulnn who only reported for practice last week. Oqulnu's blocking waa a feature of the practice. He la fast and a reliable blocker.
Coach Robarta told his men today to bo on ihe lookout for anything when they take the field agalrtat Belmont Saturday. Ho told the Lions they would probably have passes thrown all over the lot along with many laterals. The Belmont team looked ItnprcNdvn In Its win over Boiling springs last Saturdny. Meanwhile the grldders continued to work out under Coaeh King. They are preparing for their engagement With Mar Hill High hero on Friday.
This gsmo In an annual battle between tho hlgha and the collegians. The collegians managed to eke out a victory last yesr by 6-0. The Hlgha are favorites in the battle this year by virtue of their good record so far this season. Big League Umpire Calls Himself 'Out' KANSAS CITY. Oct.
33. (VTV E. C. Qulgley, veteran Nation I league umpire, culled himself "out" todny out flon worth of clothing and luggage. Qulgley.
who always bring his prire pigs from hts St. Mary'i iKast farm to the American Royal livestock and hore show, was the victim of a robber who broke into his car while he waa attending the show. Bible May Succeed Britton As Coach Of Vol Grid Team (li I mmm. nil. 1:1 (Al1) In lory on the fnnt-Itiill eoniiilttft dtiuitlnn ill the nhcrtlt nf Tcitnc'Hec.
Ihe Chut taiMioKa lines 111 nv to-inorniu Ihitt Dana Ill hie, now couch at Ihe I nlrcnhr of Nebraska. llkel) iici'rtd Major Mill llrlttuu flt the nl rump mile in nr Huh laud In ftlltnrd snon, liiltle. the slorv Miyv "If firmly hacked by certain Influential iiieinhpfN of hr nt lilel le eiMMi-fll. headed hv (mucherl Tim foiv iiUu that If Hie "pliiu to make lirltlnu nk fur NeMtiml rail, Ihe alumni ulll ii it a full-pucp adtertl-emc nt In a mom I He paper nnn. rKlne Him of Ibr Information Un hid-ed In tbl ntnn." Sherrill Says NEW YORK.
Oct 33. WT Develop, ments today indicated a concert ed effort now is under way to counter-act or challenge the movement for an American bovrott of the lWtf Olvmpto games In Berlin At Niagara Fails, the National Physical Education committee of the M. C. A. unanimously adopted a resolution favoring American participation In the Olympics after hearing first -ham! reports on conditions In Germany.
In New York. Brig Oen. Charles Sherrill, one of the three American members of the International Olympic committee, who has Just relumed from a visit to Germany, put him Followlne are results of bowlln msich ei held on nifVN ml nlsht-AT MA.IKSTIC Homlnr VntfT 1 1) Wrlirhf tU 112 BS Slfl rreonmn flO 102 tna 3of m. aiuder its mi 104 320 Honklns 8S HO 90 2iS Brooks M7 II 31S t-ianaicRD Totals 1M4 Matirv'a Pnlaln Thlm (St Stamen 83 134 101 334 pirmmon 120 91 U4 Hteelman 137 128 109 374 Plttlllo 91 105 OS 2U2 G. U.
Mane SB 1-3 87 30 Totals 1631 AT LUCKY STRIKE Colllni Bkln Co. iO) Anders 83 11 344 1f mil 7S 82 91 2t8 Millar S9 82 101 2ft2 Andera 87 fil 101 379 Devealah SB 89 89 367 Totalt 401 421 4M 1290 Bill. LI I ho Co. Hi nrnnrtt 98 9IS 96 289 KftnntJl lfS 81 85 371 BwtlllnB fl 78 103 276 Hohinuin 86 ioo aui Sumner 91 92 84 277 lUndlcmi 10 19 14 43 Totals 494 465 476 1437 AT Y. M.
A. Tvlrr Comtruct. Co. (8) Tvlfr 141 1M 120 41S Haawflll 135 156 145 4116 Tullrnt 133 147 147 437 144 321 1S9 634 Htldebrsnd lo2 148 134 434 Totals 765 836 763 238S Bill. Dalrr Halt 107 143 217 467 Purker 138 143 143 423 Fn-fd 132 U8 V2 414 Mnstch 140 164 147 451 Huinuhrlea 149 149 149 447 Totals 666 757 779 2302 COLUMBIA BOOKS HOME TILT WITH STANFORD TEAM NEW YORK, Oct.
23. (P) Columbia university's 103(1 football schedule, announced tonight, Is featured by games with West Point and Stanford, both to be played In New York. The Army game will be played at Baker field, October 10, while Stanford will be met In the final game, November 28, probably at one of the major league ball parks. Columbia's complete schedule follows: October 3. Maine; 10.
Army; 17. Virginia Military Institute; U4. Michigan at Ann Arbor; 31, Cornell; November 7. Dartmouth at Hanover; 14, Syracuse; 38. Stanford.
Wingate Gets Set For Brevard Tilt WINGATE. Oct. 23. (Special) Wtngate's Bulldogs, having started preparation Monday for Saturday's game with Brevard College at Bre-vnrd. are fast rounding Into fine condition for the scrap.
With only minor injuries the Bulldogs will send a strong and well balanced team on the field against the Tornado and a real battle la in prospect. Hackney, Not Parker, Made Costly Fumble ATLANTA, Ort, 23 (T) Elmore Hnckney. substituting for "Ace" Parker In the Duke university foot-bnU bsckfleld last Saturday, fumbled the ball that started Georgia Tech's touchdown. Tech defeated Duke, 8 to 0. previously, parker had been credited with the fumble.
During tho game a Duke man In the box was calling the Blue Devil players carrying the hall and he was understood to have called Parker on that particular play. Delancey Is III With Pneumonia DANVILLE. 111., Oct. 2.1 '4 BUI Delancey. catcher for the St.
Louis Cardinals, was under treatment for pneumonia In a hospital here today. He wan not seriously 111. Delancev entered the hospital Monday, two wi'rks after his release from the institution where he had been under-fotng treatment to his eves. Williams To Be In Lineup; Leeper Plana To 'Shoot The Works' With a short acrlmmRge thrown In for good measure, Anhovllle Hlch staged a lengthy workout yesterday at the stadium and appeared to be In flno fettle for the contest tomorrow aftarnoon with tho aerial circus from Greensboro. All this week the Maroon Devils have been drilling on Greensboro plays.
Interabt. forwards and forward I liter r.l for the most part, and yester-dy the regulars showed much Improvement on defense against thla type of game. To "Hhnot The Works "I thought first that we could hold back a bit on Greensboro and save something for the Knoxvllle game next week." Coach Leeper said IftM night, "but I am convinced that we'll have to shoot the works against Greensboro In order to win." Holly Williams, injured tackle, will be ready for tomorrow's skirmish although he hnan't worked out at all this week. Williams suffered a sprained ankle In the Hendersonvlllo game and ha bom doctoring the Injured member since Stinday. The squad went through a long kicking drill yesterday and then worked Orecnsboro plays as run by the second team.
The prsctlce was completed w'th the scrimmage. Baker, reserve center who waa hurt several weeks ago, returned to practice yestorday and may be able to take part In tomorrow's game If needed. Coach Leeper plana to start the usual lineup with the possible exception of one end position. Charles Llngerfelt has been making auch great progress as a flankman that he may get the call over Smith or li. Jones.
Williams and Kersteln will be at the tackle posts, Davis and Orr at guards. T. Bryson at center. atd Justice, W. Bryson, Valllnncourt and C.
Jonea In the backfleld. Defense Stressed By Greensboro Team GREENSBORO. Oct, 31. fSpeclnl) The grldders of tho Greensboro high school were run through an Intensive scrimmage yesterday aaalnat the reserves as Coach Bob Jsmleaon pro-pared hla charges for Friday's tilt with the Ashe vi lie Maroons on the Anhevllle field. This will be the second engagement for tho Whirlwinds on foreign soil and the locals hope to fare better than they did when they traveled to Durham, where the Bulldogs handed them a 38 to 0 defeat.
The local mentor strewed defensive tactics In tho scrimmage and ha hopes to pit a stronger defense gainst the Maroons. Much Improvement has been demonstrated by the Purple and Gold eleven In this department In Its last two starts. The line was charging much harder In the scrimmage with the play of W. B. Aydlette, guard.
Harry Nutting, end. and Jimmy Oorrell, guard, Mia riding out in the drill, Ray Brame and "Prudy" Wall also contributed a fine performance to the workout yesterday. Coach Jamlcsou will depend upon his aerial attack nnd laterals against the Aahcvllln aggregation and If this attack works an It dirt against Gas-tnnla and Salisbury the Whirlwinds will ofter plenty of opposition for the undefeated and untied Maroons, Al-hert Stevens, Kermit Murphy, and Ray Corkmnn will be the sparkplugs of the aerial barrage with Ed Lang-stan and "dug" McLean assisting them. Charging, Blocking Workouts Given Cats CULIOWIIhE, Oct. 2J.
(Special) The Western Carolina Catamounts havo been working over-time this week on charglna nnd blocking in an effort to be In better playing shape for the game here Anturdav with the Appalachian Utate Teachers. Bloiktng and charging weaknesses havo handicapped the Cntamounia In the latit two geamns, especially, and pomdexter is more than anxious to have his men show an Improvement In thep depart menu against the MoiintalneeiN, The Appalachian name Is regarded here as the most Important contest of the season Both teams are mem-bnrs of the North Wtnte and Smoky Mountnln eonf erenc. As Ilnmreomlng Day will be oh served, the largest turnout of the ten ain anticipated. Germany Has self formally on record as opposed to the boycott and Insisted Germany has fulfilled Its Olympic ohltsttona. rlnh Tn Conduct Tour MeanwhP? the New York Athletic Club, one of the moat Influential athletic groups in the country, announced through President William A.
Dal ton that It will conduct an Olympic games tour to Berlin next summer. Plan contemplate handling a party of fl(H) members, with their families and friends. In Chicago. It was understood A verv Bnindsge, president of the American Olympic committee, planned to make a sweeping reply shortly to Olympic critic, including Jere. I 6 ii MaMaAiisfifiilsKsMiiiiili mm' I I Fulfilled Olympic Pledges FOOTBALL! DUKE vs AUBURN HUMAN EYE HAS IO I EVER SEEN th, dg of today's Gillett.
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miah T. Mnhoney of New York, presl-dent of the Amateur Athletic Union Oeneral Sherrill made his position clear in a letter to George Gordon Battle, a member of the "committee on fair play In sports," which opposes Amertcsn entry In the Olympics because of alleged discrimination agslnst German Jewish at hie tea. For a pro-Jewish American like me, proved by two years work on the International Olympic committee to secure German Jews representation (like any other religion) on the German Olympic fam. and adileving success therein by the Oerman Olympic committee's recent invitation to two Jewish athletes, It would bt un- Reserved Seats $2.00 Reduced Section $1.00 (Including la) Ml. MH TKNNRJtHr.r.
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