Casper Star-Tribune from Casper, Wyoming on November 1, 1925 · 8
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Casper Star-Tribune from Casper, Wyoming · 8

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Sunday, November 1, 1925
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PAGE EIGHT Cbe Casper un&ap Tribune SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1 World Results By Leased Wire HE TRIBUNE'S PAGE OF SPORTING NEWS First in News Of All Events CONQUERS PEN MULE PUT TD ROUT T G IN FOOTBALL T H R 1 L L E B y Blu 11 Overwhelming Victory Turned m by ur r n '1 . c J Al .1 vv amors uver leader oquao; mammou Crowd Witnesses Game in Bdwl By TODD W. WRIGHT (United Press Staff Correspondent YALE BOWL, NEW HAVEN, Conn., Oct ;i - Outclassing the Army at every phase of mode.n football, Yale :eored an impressive victory over the cadets today, 28 to 7. The Army was so' badly outclassed that only the play it Wilson, her right halfback, and Captain Baxter, at left and, stood out: Wilson accounted for the only cadet touch- iown, intercepting a. "u .'printing eighty yards to score. Yale's first touchdown came late in the second period, the result of a beautiful pass which Noble threw to Dill from Yale's 40 yard line. Allen kicked goal just as the whistle blew for the end of the quarter. The first quarter was scoreless. In the third quarter, a brilliaiu dash of SO yards by "Wilson, netted j. touchdown. Wilscn intercepted a Vale pass just when the Blue was threatening to score, and raced from ids own 20 yard line the length of bM l!Mdr tvinK the score LltU - at 7-7 with a drop kick. Wilson's feat heartened the Army, which had seen its team beaten back from the Vale goal line a- moment before when Trupnell tumbled as he was about to go over the line, ,nd Richards recovered for Yale. A moment later when Yale kicked COND TEAM HANGS DEFEAT m JUNIOR HIGH, 19 TO 0, IN WIPING OUT TIE ON GAMES Strengthened by having Brittain and Davis in the line-. the Natrona County High School second team Saturday was able to wallop the team of Junior High School by a score of 19 to 0. The game was played on the High School athletic lield and decided a tie that has existed between the two squads. Brittain was responsible for two HAWKEYES FORCED TO OPEN UP TO DEFEAT HSftTEHf,MTQ7 IOWA CITY. Iowa. Oct. 31. (Uni-d Press). Coah Burton Ingwer-son of the Hawkeyu Big Ten championship contenders wanted a test for his eleven today and he got it. Wabash forced his men to open up with a lonference game style in order to defeat them. flnsh'n: attack that depended r the most part on nerve and good i out of danger Harding lumoieu hjck Kept tne uia uoia squaa on Ulen's punt and Noble recovered j the 7inderside for half of the game, for th Blue. Yale was on Its way j but the line set Itself in the second io a score when Wilson grabbed : nn.l repelled the Indianans me.-rn t i - pass that led to a tempoftry i while creating some massive holes ot the score. i 'he plungers of the Iowa haek- the fourth quarter, however. field and Ingwersen emerged from 'ale eleven showed its full j his test safely with the long end of : fbe yam.: a. as scarcely un- ! a 28 to 7 score. . , ... , . italM Josa smashed; A bruised and battle-scarred Wa v through the cadet line and bash eleven will go back to Craw lv in li and Cooper for the third. Britta.'a scored each time after making decisive plunges on passes received from Davis. One of these - s fur twenty yards. Cooper scored ; tvljen he received the ball behind the j .it line after the kick off by Davis. - ball had been touched by a play-ci the opposing side, thus mak-the touchdown legal. The line-ups: 3 "d Team Junior High , Potter Moore Bight End tieruer&sun v. ilisxler Bight Tackle I '' ach ... Fisher B'ght Guard Erafft Dowler (c) 'Center I ;..- r.:-on Brummel Left Guard R?id Harlow Beft Tackle 'oope Edgerton Left End' Boyd (c) Logan Quarterback . ' Hoffman Higashl Left Halfback Brittain Scherck Bight Halfback Davis w. Ristler Fullback Score by periods: Si ssond Team 0 6 0 13 Junior 0 0 0 0 Refr: S. R. Burr.ann; umpire, George Christopher. W LEWIS HELPS PURPLE TO VICTORY OVER HGQSIER ELEVEN Will Kansas Prove Stumbling Block . y AfV RHPIPn io Plunging Missouri Grid Outfit nH1 1 lwllILII UllUtKM-IU-U 4Hi dv uiouinny ui miviiiuHn FERRY FIELD. ANN RBOR, Mich.. Oct. 31. (t'r.ltf ; I'ress) With her sua! line still uncrossed after five grimes. Micl..g;.r crack football naif Mne today Increased itf season's toTa! score to ISO by smothering a vr.liant but wledlf ou:-claesed Navy fam by a boom of C4 to 0. The Wolverine ba.;i.. ' Ben:.-pierced the Navy line for a tots: of pierced the Nacy lire for a total of eight touchdowns while the Michigan line repeatedly held off the Navy (ackfield quartet. Hamilton Shaplcy and F'lippin. The fame was played al throughout in Navy territory, ai witnessed a more complete array of Yost pla than any Michigan game this year. d lK : t in the path hicb Xeomans ofi from bthino , fordsA'ille tonight, but they can retina with the boast that thev have defeated oae V.iz Ten d3ni and be';! I'he bail bounded! two others for one-half 'f a Allen scooped I raising game. Iowa was the second one to gel re of 'hose "holdings.'' At tl id of the initial period tfc.e v.-3 re ard remained untouched. oii' rcld across beneath tacklers. He rose . perfect field goal. within a mln-;aisi. Harding was a pass CO aiiuini it -1 tret and fumbled. Richards . : , cecovered for the Blue and uiuoered across the last chalk line r another touchdown. Allen again looted a field goal. 'Che cadets did get away with "Sue forty yard gain by the aerial -otite, Captain Baxter taking a pass from Yeoman on a run and sprinting to Yale's 10 yard line nniev Kter.ned in at this juncture and intercepted a pass that must have meant a score. rrr.,,, tl-p Armv 20 yai'd line where an Eli end was stopped after , his second theft of a caaet toss.. Yale marched relentlessly to her fourth touchdown. Ono beautiful pass. Noble to Fish wick, gained 20 yards and Foote went over for a touchdown. Allen kicking his fourth goal. CREIGHTON DOWNED DT MARQUETTE, 28 TO 0, R OVERHEAD PASSING MILWAUKEE. Wis.. Oct. 31. Marquette University's "Golden Avalanche" completely outclassed th-e Creigh ton" University eleven here this afternoon and swept through to a 23 to 0 victory. Three touchdowns came as the result of clever forward passing. The fourth followed a blocked Crelghton punt, which was recovered by Marquette on Creigh-lon's 13-yard line. Johnr.y Heimsch, Marquette back, scored two touchdowns, ono in the second and another in the third periods after the ball had been placed within the 5-yard line as the result of gains on forward -passes. Goggins plunged through the line for a touchdown in the third period from Crelghton'? seven-yard line. A pass Curtain to Demolongue was good for 13 yards scored the final touchdown late in the third period. Swarthmore Is Easy For The Tiger Warriors the close of the half Wabash had marked up a touchdown while Iowa r.-as counting two safeties. -- -o- lH th i n i.--r 1 I saw it in BRSKETBSLL COMMITTEE MEET ON MONDAY the purpose of clearing up : left over from last season, teas, president- of the City f 'i league, has called a meet-the executive committee of organization for 7:30 o'clock night In the basement of lis: chu?c!v A general meet-i be caIe 1 ator. KN'AXSTOX, 111., Oct. 31 .United I'ress) "Tiny" Lewis, Northwest-ern's gaint fullback, gave the Purple Wildcats a victory over Indiana here this afternoon, booting a place kick in the last few minutes of play to break a tie and win the game, 17 to 1-1. . Indiana drew first blood in the opening period when Marks intercepted a pass and ran 50 yards to a touchdown. liishop kicked goal. The Wildcats quickly tied things up, however, when Bovik an end. picked up a Hoosier fumble and sprinted 41 yards to the goal. Lewis kicked the extra point. The Wildcats took the lead in the second quarter, Lewis tossing a pass to Sehumaker. who ran through a broken field 35 yards to a touchdown. Again Lewis booted the goal for an extra point. The third period was scoreless but in the final quarter Indiana launched a smashing line attack that resulted In a touchdown, Salmi going over from the one-yard line. Then Lewis drove into the Indiana line, carried the ball on repeated off tackle bucks to the 15-yard line, and booted a place kick for three points and victory. mr. mm r .... SCORE IN CM f w ) mm mm m Wild w- 1 tl WW- GEORGIA TECH BEATEN AGAIN weao scuMvn C HAELES WALL Missouri's grid juggernaut is plunging along to the Missouri Valley conference title, with four opponents still to conquer, Ames Washington, Kansas and Oklahoma. And Kansas, always a for midable outfit, lives in bopf of wiiccking the Show Me team. Abo arc three Kansas stars. ' BY NOTRE DAME GASPED HIGH SMOTHERED UNDER rive l his Cheer Leader FORMER CASPER HIGH YOUTHS ARE STARS OF SPRINGFIELD ATHLETES BIG SCORE BY CHEYENNE RIVALS Up Athletic laurels have no been sparingly given to two Casper boys, brother, who now are in Springfield, Mass. They art Edwin and Barrel Hathaway, sons of Mrs. Mae Hathaway. 914 South Oak street. j fcMwIn. who was married recently, ; was a member of the cross-country j team of Springfield, and was one of j five persons presented with a gold . medal for defeating the Yale univer- sity team. Barrel was elected cap- I tain of the freshmen soccer team of Springfield. Both young men formerly attended the Natrona county high school. t Local Men Held Scoreless as Indians Pile Total of 42 Points; Douglas Wins From Laramie, 3 to 0, in Game. CHEYENNE, Wyo.. Oct. 31. (Special to The Tribune) The Natrona County High School grid warriors met their third defeat of the season here today when the Cheyenne Indians plunged through the Casper line time after time for long gains and for a resulting score of 42 to 0. Coach Layman's men resorted to an aerial attac.: in the last period hut could not get the j up by Cheyenne. Douglas, the team ball beyond the 25-yard line. Chey-1 ich comes here next Saturday, de- enne's goal never was threatened. Birks played stellar bail for the feated Laramie by a score of 3 to 0 on the Converse county field. Cas-ner defeated LmbU fi to ? tiprp refiners and was abU- supported by j October 16 Davis. A.Ismar. and Crater. 1'almer, Indian juarterback, was the outstanding performer for the locals. Douglas Beat I, a ramie While Casper was being submerged under an overwhelming scire piled Torrlngtor.. strongest team in the extreme eastern part of the state, defeated Sunrise by a 2o-to-S score. The game was played on a slippery field. Coach Morgan of Torrlngton used many substitutes. COLORADO COLLEGE TIGERS TROUNCE DENVER MINISTERS; AGGIES DEFEAT UTAH FARMERS Conference Dope-Bucket Spilled Again Saturday With Brilliant Showing of College; Mines Loses to State Rockne Eleven Stages Another Comeback by 1 3-0 Score. ATLANTA. Ga.. Oct. SI. Notre Dame won its fourth consecutive game from Georgia Tech here this afternoon. 13 to 0. but the team of fighting Irishmen that downed them was the second string squad of the Golden Tornado. Not a Georgia Tec)-, vanity player was put into play until the flr.a! quarter, and then Williams substituted for McRae for a few minutes. Coach Alexander of Tech did not announce his reason for the Eudden change in his 'ineuj . With Captain Dcglas Wyckoff out of the game, because of injury received in the Alabama contest last Saturday, Tech possibly fig-ured they had little chance of defeating the South Eerd eleven and did not want to gamble on further injuries to the regulars. Notre Dame scored early l:i the first period w.ieu a Notre Dame htck Intercepted a Tech pass and ran the ball In li 33 yards to Tech's 00-yard line, a moment lattr FTanl- , gan rounded right end for 12 yards j and his teim-mates by plunging put i the hall on Tech's 1-yard line and 1 Flanigan again was given the honor of taking it over for the touchdown, j Flanigan wa.- again responsible t for the second touchdowr. which come early In the second , carter. J He made an run around end after his b:,ckfield mates had ; accomplished fe-ains by crashes through Tech's center. Notre Dame's back field played flashy and the; plays bewildered th Tech team. F-ar.lgan was the outstanding star of the South Bend eleven. Brilliant Pert or: Nets Illini 24 to 2 Grid V lctorv. n ii r m n v i w m. skmm. 'United PresflB Staff CorrtsjjraJe FRANKLIN FJLLD. Pi adelphia. Oct. 31. flranure. 24. l-nn h That was the resoH ol Iminiltfs: fif liattlimr I ------- - - - V .-' M k V J J I mud-caked tield th:.- a: niton. The "Wheaion Iceni ing his first a;iearance in : strutted his most amazing tho Hex? ma - . j hitherto undefeat.-3 tean4 seasons wet;t duwn before I .: It was a ' Grange thy "couldn't run in the j streaked through the s mire for gain after gain. It was Grange that his criti lared tias a false alarm w::- -1-ack Pennsylvania's vaunted u: without moving a hair on his m topped head. The famous Illinois ba the ball 36 time and mmmt im.ifi nA I ,r,1B f. ,, 1 t . . , thUH a t. ' . i - 11,, . 1 . .. for tlio vfeuam ere made by ton. who smashed through -y on the one-yard line. Seventy thousand fans &a: ing in the stands ar.d saw what believed Pennsylvania's team completely humiliated. saed a shutout when Sier.i-- crippl-d tackle, leaped - un.-. one oi tsntton s kicks i-t V i i t r,-wr ffr.l Itna TT. fl f ' the ball for a safety. "Ai'' Kruez. PpnnRvl vanin' - tional fullback, was out c: with an injured knee. Ll:: doubtful if even Kruez's pres Rogers and LHth, s'rs of the F j . when Chicago was defeated on same field, were powerless. Illinois line, which was weak ag ripped oft his stupendous ga:r.;. It was a glorious victor; "Red." a triumph as great as that has befallen him in meteoric football career. uuiifvj ruu c . Blanks Sage tt JOHNSON ILL ! STAY ON MOUND I PALMER STADIUM, PRINCE TON, N. J-. Oct. 31. Princeton easily defeated Swarthmore in Palmer Stadium this afternoon, but the tra dition that the game little Pennsylvania's always score on the Tigers as upheld. The score was 19 to 7. Captain Wilcox for Swarthmore. repeatedly bucking the Princeton ;.. for short gains and fina'.ly rip- 'n? through tackle for a touchdown ; . the last quarter. Coach Roper's men took thiifgs I isy. Dingman's line bucking lead- t -g the two Tiger touchdowns in he first period, neither of which ! as converted. . Teii the Advertiser "1 sa ?iae Isibune. No wonder Tulane University o: New Orleans has been the Mg sur-.:ise of the year In foottall. The most recent achievement cf the southerners was an IS-; defeat of Nortir.vedtera at Chicago. Look tho cheer leader, Mary Drap : ;0: :. r I : - Beatifj- eve and you have the reason. Who couldn't play ftoilJl hen urged on by Miss Draper? Fans to See Him in Action Again Next Year, Belief. BY JOHN D. FOSTER (Copyright 1925 The Casper Tribune) NEW YORK, Oct. 31. Fans who thought Walter Johnson's defeat In the last game of the World Series might spell the retirement oE the pitcher from baseball apparently were a long way off the mark. Undoubtedly the veteran will pitch In 192S unless some mishap befalls him before the season opens and there is nothing in sight to make It appear that he will have a serious relapse in twirling another season. It is true that the Big Train forced his arm to some extent In the series and also true that he needs more rest between games than he did in the past, but he has nil the winter in which to recuperate. Johnson has row gone almve the late Christy Mathewson in the number of games won. The wonderful old twirlef of the Giants won 3 total of 372, all for the Giants, and Johnson has now won 379. all for Washington. Two great records, these, considering both of them were acquired by pitchers who stuck to their ciubs and did not jump around. Both of them were well rewarded for s doing and. without doubt, did vastly better than pitchers who went here and there as larger sums were offered them. The Big Trnln has now twirled 19 seasons, a record for his i?ague. superior to that of Mathewson. who went 17 years In the Nation:. I Oy Yourss hAs more to his credit than lther of 'them, but his 22 years In the bo were divided between the leagues. DENVER. Colo.. Oct. 31 Colorado College eleven upset by walking away with the team, 38 to 7. The solid line of the Coloi a brick wall to the Denver tea their scoring "machine in aclion but once. The Pioneers were beaten from the first few moments of play. The Tigers, headed by the shifty and sens sationa! Carl Brown scored in the first two minutes. Splcer with his kicking wag also a sensation of the game. The Pioneers' only score was made when Boyd recovered a fumbk. ploughed through the Tigers for 15 yards and placed the ball on the one-yard line where Anderson carried it over for a touchdown. (By United Press.) The all dope here this afternoon Denver University football ado Springs Tigers was like m and they were able to get BADGERS AND GOPHERS PLAY T2-T0-12 TIE MEMORIAL STADIUNT. MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.. Oct. SI. The Badger and the Gopher t'ou-:"..- I i a 12-to-lL' tie here today. Coming from behind. isconsin put her famed atrial attack to wck in the final period and played the Maroon and OoiJ to a standoff It was the third consecutive tie game fur the rival schools which have met on the erridiron thirty-five times. LOS ANGELES United Press.. C ; . -. - t.i J v sac-- ; r at the Los Angi. - C afternoo:. wlrrdng bandilj in orless contest by a score of T! ,r-The score was r.ot an honest r-a tor of the eorup,' rati ve of the two teams, the power! versity eleven playing listle: ball and apjtaring to - strength nly on demand. A small crowd of abou: watched tiie p rformance. d and chuckling when the team managed to wrhrgle : the leefy Cr.liforr.Iu line for : en in now end then, or trhe-Hen broke away a first which occurred rare during the contest. I Tribune Want Ads brir.r Colorado Aggies 13, Utah Ag ;ies 0. LOGAN, Utah. O.t. 31. Farmer met farmer here today and the Colorado sqi:ad triumphed. 13 to 0. over the Utah Aggie eleven. Coach Harry Hughef' men were equally effective on defehfe and and plunged their way to a decisive victory. , Colorado 14, Mines S. GOLDEN. Colo.. Oct. 31. (United PressV .After staring defeat in th face for three quarters, the fighting Colorado University team scored two touchdowns in the last few minutes of play and defeated the Colorado School of Mines here this afternoon. 14 to 3. A placement by Much from the five-yard line put the Ore Digsrers in the iead in the middle of the first period. They held the lead until the last five minute? when Childon'p lonjy pastes began to flr.d a mark and the Silver and Gold crossed the goat Une of the Ore Digger? twice. Healy kicked for the extra points. 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