The Post-Standard from Syracuse, New York on October 28, 1946 · Page 13
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\ acco Left uar a tte re range even ' Line Hard Hit by Injuries as Beaten Squad Returns to Play Temple Here The Syracuse "unprcdictables," upset by West Virginia at Morgantown Saturday) 13 to 0, were agreed on one point yesterday, a point emphasized by Coach Biggie Munn after the game. "They whipped us. They deserved to win. That's all there was ta it." Watt, Rhodes Hurt There were a few other points worth mentioning, however. The bad news was that Jim Fiacco, regular left guard, who has been virtually a 60-minute player so far, is 3ne; to the team because of a shoulder separation. Jim, a freshman, who has been one o£ thc utaidouts »? the Orange line, will be out for three weeks, at least. Coming atop thc blow suffered last week, when Center John Dillon was knocked out for a similar indefinite period because of an injury in the Holy Cross game, Flacco's loss ip a real blow, cutting deep into t4?«- strength of th« Syracuse forward wall, which bus not brcn well stocked with reserves at ary time. Besides Ficco, who will bo sport- in; a T-splint when he returns to clashes today. Halfback Joe Watt was limping badly because of a cbarleyhorsc. and Resenvc End M:ke Rhodes was unable to use his ri^ht hand because of an injury wru'ch will have to be X-rayed. Both may br ready for the Temple game here Saturday, however, There seemed no doubt that the Mountaineers, playing before An enthusiastic homecoming crowd, were keyed up for this same while the Oranffemen played sluggishly. This wan "not the hard charging, fierce tackling Inspired teim which had trimrreU Holy Cross a week earlier. Thin time, despite the warnings of coaches and scouts, thc players apparently didn't take West Virginia nerioucly. couldn't develop a real spark after they flared up ance and Nputtcred out. exas Big Upset o And yet, as Karl Lawrence, scouting the game- *or Colgate, expressed i: after the game, if the first drive had gone all the way, Syracuse might well have racked up two or three additional touchdowns. Instead, West Virginia took heart from its ability to hold off that big threat, and the Mountaineers fought effectively to insure that a similar Orange opportunity didn't come apain. Naturally, on the long, often-interrupted t r a i n ride home, there was grumbling about the "breaks," including thc fact that while- penal- killed three Orange drives to LOST TO CHANGE.--Jim Fiacco, regular left guard, will be lost to the Syracuse line for at least three weeks as a result of injuries sustained in the West Virginia game. Keeping Posted With Bill Reddv Only Six Major Football Clubs Still Unbeaten - · Tennessee, N. C. State Given First Setbacks BY MUBRAY ROSE NEW YORK, (£)--The loot- ball seismograph still reacted yesterday from another series of upheavals that shook the pigskin world and toppled some of the nation's.' powers from PQST STAN DARD MONDAY, OCTOBEE 28, 1946 Y. Giants Hand Bears 1st Setback of Fall, 14-10 their lofty positions, :in the Po i o Grounds. At that the old .contraption hasn't been the same since little i Cincinnati started it rocking by NEW YORK. ·(#)-- Chalking up the most astonishing upset o ! the professional football campaign, the New York Giants yes- trrday stopped the unstoppable Chicago Bears cold and whipped the mighty men of the- midway 14 to 10 in a National league gime to the amazement of a standing-room-only crowd of 612,359 I T was a tough game to lose (what games aren't tough to lose?) but maybe it's for the best. It's entirely possible that the West Virginia victory over Syracuse saved his job for Coach Bill Kern. There was no mistaking the fact that the wolves were in full cry after Kern's scalp prior to that game. His team^hadn't won a major game, and nobody is expecting a victory next Saturday. That's the day West Virginia plays something.""West' Virginia" Vasn'T Arm y» and Mountaineer fans are shuddering ht.ndcd single penalty until t h e ! about the prospect already. las: minute of play, when thc game was lost beyond recall. Most discussed of all, however, the referee's action on the big third-down play on the Wast Virginia five-yard line which climaxed a 66-yard Syracuse drive. At that time, thc only time any in the Syracuse party ever had seen it dc nc. thc referee called for the stick* to measure for a first down, He had marked the out-of-bounds point with his handkerchief nnd then, instead of putting the ball -u-n. he measured to thc .handkerchief, It could hnve m;ide a difference of a h a l f Ji foot in Syracuse's favor if thc ball had been put down. As Jt waj-. a novt'l method of mcasur- i r s left thc Orangemen short of a first down by lc5s than three- inches. j Even that "near miss" needn't have been vital, save that on thc next play, fourth down with three Inches to go, Quarterback - Larry Ellis tried to cross up thc Mountaineers by running 1 Watt wide on ii reverse. It was a play which might have gm\e ail the way, but which los-t two yards and the ball. Thc sober second guess, in this case, coincides with what mijrht have been the obvious first gucsv Johnny Mandurlno, who gained an average of four yards per try, seemed like the logical bet to pick up thc needed three inch**, and possibly a yard or two to spare. That play was thc turning point of the first half, and of the game. Tne bis play in thc second half was a kick by Tom Kcanc, Mountaineer hilfback. af'.er a fine punt by Jim Erapotta h;H bark" the home team d )wn 10 its "-- ort-yard l i n c -- Kick- Kern is a good coach, and a good guy. If he escapes the wolves, and he has a good chance now, we'll see him again surprisingly soon. West Virginia plays here next year, but it won't have fifth spot on the Orange schedule. It will be the opening-game on the Hill. Blu Rcddy nrHEY have a terrific problem at' 1 West Virginia university, one which Js taxing the ingenuity of the athletic department. Roy M. (Legs) Hawley, thc athletic director, talked about it a bit. ' Thc field house, when jammed to capacity, can scat only 0,000, and Ihc university's enrollment has swollen to a record 6,200. All of them want to see thc basketball games, nnd in addition there about 1,000 Gl brides who should be accommodated at thc games too. That leaves no room for the townspeople to see thc games, and West Virginia will have another top-ranking quintet this season. Thc university authorities don't know what they'll do, but there has been some talk of letting thc students into the first tramc and holding; the second for the townspeople, alternating; thru thc season. Oddly enough, Syracusans couldn't work up. a tremendous amount of concern about the Mountaineers' problem. Not while Syracuse, with an enrollment of 12,000, can't even seat 3,000 at its games In Archbolu* gym. Genevan Paces Eastern Grid Scoring Pack NEW YORK. (A 1 )-- Larry Bruno of Geneva paces eastern college football players in scoring with 61 points. Bruno has scored 10 touchdowns and b'ooted a conversion in five games to enjoy a seven point advantage over Army's Glen JDavis v/ho is second with 54 points. Davis, who finished third among the nation's top~~scorers last year, .leads Tony Minis! of Perm by six B ILL ORANGE had a "subsidized" cheering section Saturday, and the "paid" rooters made plenty ot noise, but obviously not enough to make much difference 'in the score. It was Hy Matlow's idea, aJtho ^;» ,he »"*£«« 5?*£«- «!!!KL * " * Orange safety men by cf his return punt. Thc sailed over their heads, rolled rnd finally backed the down to their own 24. Nobody could find anything but praise for the all-around play of Mandarino and Gerry Pellegrini, both of whom worked brilliantly f r 55 minutes. Fiacco. while he was in there, Tackles Burklc and Mason, Tailback Slivers Slovenski snd the ever-dependable Watt gave h all they had all the way. However, the tcklinR was shoddy, and cownfied blocking was so inept tnal on at least three occasions it seemed that one more available block mifiht have meant an Orange touchdown. Wo'il h a v e tn points. p G Bruno, Geneva HB ft OP.via. Army .HB 6 Mlnlsi. Penn HB-4 Slkorski, Muhlcnberg FB 5 Crider, Muhlcnberg . . . . H B 6 Blanchnrd, Army VB 3 JlDrliiR, nuUicrs HB 5 Jnckaon, Ynlc FB 5 Yablonakl. Columbia , , H B 5 Norclmark. Colsate Ffl 4 Alien, Penn FB 3 T 10 6 P 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 8 0 0 G 0 0 0 0 0 n 0 2 (1 0 ei 54 48 42 42 38 .16 36 30 Lujack Spurns' Pro Grid Bid IOWA CITY, la. -- Johnny " back to funda- t h i s week," Munn commented. ns he puzzled about whnt to do in l i n e u p changes, particu- view n( Fiacco's loss. It larl K*cms likely that Georfic Burraclns, ;·. holdover from last year's line, Lujack, the Notre Dame quarterback who led the Irish to a 41 to 6 rout of Iowa, isn't interested in a professional football contract at the end of the 1946 season. Asked about a report that he town, can remember what a thrill': might'sign a pro contract this fall, he got when he was a youngster. Lujack replied: standing eagerly outside a football! "No truth to it, I'll be back at stadium, when Harry Thaw gave] Notre Dame again next year." him a ticket so he could sec Pittsburgh play. This time, Hy obtained a bunch of tickets and "got even" for that long-ago thrill by giving them to the youngsters. The kids got into the game on condition that they cheer for Syracuse, and they did that lustily. whipping Indiana's Big · Nine champions 'way back in September when the baseballers apparently were just getting their second wind, Other Reversals The most resounding crash was heard from Texas, where a lighting Rice eleven tumbled mighty Texas from the unbeaten and untied list with an 18-13 upset of astounding proportion. Heavy cTamage also was centered in the south, where "Wake Forest, beaten for the first time only a week ago by North Carolina State, blasted Tennessee's perfect record with a smashing 19 to 6 triumph, and a twice-beaten, twice-tied Virginia Tech squad handed N. C. State its first licking, 14 to 6. Tl]e six other major elevens with unbeaten and untied records- Army, Notre Dame, Pennsylvania, UCLA, Georgia and Harvard--managed to keep their slates clean, but there were plenty of other form reversals along with the upsets that dumped Texas, Tennessee and N. C. State. Hapless Mississippi clipped Arkansas,-9 to 7; Southern'Methodist blanked Missouri, 17 to 0; Illinois regained prestige by nosing out Michigan, 13 to 9; West Virginia tripped Syracuse, 13 to 0; Kings Point's Merchant Mariners squeezed past Fordham, 7 to 6; under-rated Cincinnati staged another surprise in conquering Michigan State, 18 to 7, and Boston university's weak squad scored a 1 moral victory in tying Brown's Ivy leaguers, 14-14. North Carolina,. Oregon and Northwestern, unbeaten, but once tied, kept in ste^ with the first six by piling up easy victories. LUJAK THRILLS Army, held scoreless on tjie ground for the first time since it started its 24-game victory string, took to the air to overcome the powerfully defensive · Duke Blue Devils, 19 to 0, at the Polo Grounds. The Cadets' touchdown twins, Junior Davis and Doc Blanchard, piled up yardage on the ground, but it was Arnold Tucker's passing arm that lorged the victory, Tucker tossed three touchdown aerials, two of them to Davis to keep the Cadets rolling. Another great passing performance was turned in by Notre Dame's Johnny Lujack who pitched the'Irish to a _ thumping 41 to 6 victory over Iowa to give the nation's second ranking squad its first triumph over the Hawkeyea in Iowa City. Powerful Pennsylvania rolled over Navy, 32 to 19, with Skippy Minisi dazzling the capacity crowd in Philadelphia's Franklin lield with a truly all-America performance. The Quakers closed the gates in the second half by withdrawing Minisi and the rest of the first team. . U.C.L.A.'s Bruins passed another hurdle en route to the Rose Bowl in easy fashion by Santa Clara 33 to 7 while Ends Long Drought Sparked by .Frank Filchock. the pitcher from Indiana who was Earrfmy Baugh's understudy with tie Redskins until the Giants t 'aded for him last year and Frank 3 .eibel, a 220-pound ball Hawk end, t ic New Yorkers chalked up their f rst win over George Halas' huskies 1 i seven years of trying. Coupled with the defeat of the Washington Redskins by Philadel- hia, the surprise package win oosted the Giants into first place i i the National league's eastern divi- fion standing as they handed the ] tears their lone setback of the sea:on and their first whitewashing in j year. The Bears had rolled over three i pponents and tied one, and piled i p 113 points previously this season. ' 'oday they out-statisticked the New Vorkers with 16 first downs to 7, i aining 115 yards rushing to 73 and 127 yards passing to 87. But the NOW I'LL TELL ONE BY JACK STRAXJSBKRG Stale Umpires Forming Largest Group in Nation The N«!W York State Umpires as- socinlion yesterday moved toward becoming the largest organization of * bnscbnll umpires in the United States. An organization meeting at the YMCA here saw six districts represented and admitted to membership, with a total of 234 umpires now affiliated with the association. Bill Shayes, veteran Syracuse arbiter who has worked long qpui hnrd- perfecting plans for the statewide orguntaiiticm, was elected chairman of the state executive committee, and presidents of the n T Y T P V A T * / j m TMu « i-r i n i other diilricts were nnmcd to mem* BUFFALO. (A»)--The Buffalo BI-. b c r H h | p on that commiUce . sons broke the all-America football. Representatives of Buffalo, Roch- conference scoring record yesterday ester, Mnsscna, Elmira, Ulica and as they closed their home campaign Syracuse attended the initial meet- Bisons Set Scoring Record as Rockets Go Down, 49 to 17 with a smashing 49 to 17 triumph over the Chicago Rockets before 15,758 spectators. In registering their second irl- umph of the ycnr, the Bi.sons surpassed the 44-poinL loUl achieved by the Cleveland Browns ngnlnsl the Miami Seahnwks. Steve Nemeth kicked a 19-yard field goal early Jn the second period before the roof fell in on the Rackets. The Bisons went 58 yards on four ing yesterday and all those districts assumed membership. At the next meeting, to bo held here Nov. 24, it is expected that Poughkccpsie, Wa- terlown. Albany and Binghamton will send representatives and be admitted to membership. Total individual membership, after that time, is expected to pass the 400 mark. Ivan Van Graflan of Rochester was clocled first vice-chairman. plays after receiving the cnsulnK ;Ncal Reardon O f Buffalo was chosen kickoff, Jim I h i b a u t cracking over sccond vke - c h a irman, and Art Hyatt ttt Skaneateles was elected from the 2. Buffalo followed with three touchdowns in 3 minutes and 15 seconds, ·» MATCHES PAR! j Preston Jownston slashed for t h e . . . , -first on a 5-yard effort after Somi u °" also WLrc " l TM'" v ; i R r a v i n c W h u r l t n l m w r n M H W i m n h v SllOVCS explained that secretary-treasurer. By-laws and constituiion for the new organiia- up. Golfer Johnny Farrell relates of time he and his brother were partners against Joe Turnesa, Lou Costillo and Jack Inglis in a best ball match and that when they came to the 18th it was dark. All ; lertness of the Giants defenses, par- were down in par except Johnny licularly when the-western power-, who had a 15-foot putt lor a four 1 ouse got ^ into home territory, but couldn't see the cup, so the .·topped the Bears whenever they five caddl*B planted lighted 1 ad to be stopped^ Six times during the game they I enetrated well into Giant territory, i s Sid Luckman spearheaded the way with his passing-- completing 39 of 34 pitches for 179 yards. But Ivvice they were held lor downs, i nee a fumble cost them their ( hance and three times glue- fmgered Giants intercepted aerials. Twice Leibel grabbed a Bear pitch c ut of the air, and one of these in- l^rceptions set up the first Giant t Hichdown. This came four minutes 1 efore the end of the first half, as t:ie six-foot one wingman hooked nta a Luckman heave and fell with it on the Bear 38. Filchock faded 1-ack and threw a 46-yard ' strike, ] 'radically from the' outfield, to JiCibel ot the Bear two. And two Hays later, it was Filchock-to-Lei- 1-el again, in the end zone, for the 1 ally. The other Giant marker wafe (halked up early in the third (tuarter, after the New Yorkers took matches in tvrf and he holed out to win! f v Niagara Rallies For 14-6 Verdict Over John Carrol NIAGARA FALLS, ara university came Brazmsky had intercepted Hunchyl m , , . . . Hocrnschnemeyer's pass. Johnny.* 1011 of Lhc states umpires may be Matsi, Bison tackle, knocked the bnll expected _ to standardize umpiring from Billy Hillenbrand's hand before he could pass and Marty Comer picked up the leather and dashed 46 yards into the end zone. Another interception accounted for Buffalo's fourth touchdown. Chef Mutryn snatched Walt Williams' pitch on thc Bison 48, ran four yards and tossed a lateral to Steve Juzwik, who ran 48 down the sideline. Steve Juzwik raced 22 yards with Terlcp's lateral to open the second- half scoring. Elroy Hjrson took thruout the stale, to improve thc quality of work, to encourage baseball development by providing proper handling for all contests under the association's jurisdiction, and to bring greater financial rewards to the umpires themselves. "Baseball, whether it's in the Internal ional league x or on the sandlot?, is no better than Its umpiring," Shayes said last night. "We feel that thru this organization we . . .can make a real contribution backward pass from Ernie Lewisltoward improving the quality of nnd ran 88 yards for a touchdowi. plny n n d loward making it « better with thc next kickoff, tying the conference record held by Hillenbrand. Harold Lahar set up the BJ- sons' next score, stealing thc ball from Hirsch and laterallng to Chei Mulryn, who ran 46 yards into th- end zone. Williams' 1-yard plunge capped a 45 -y ai 'd march for Chicago in the strong John Carroll team Cleveland, 14 to 6. The Purple Eagles, trailing 8 to 0 at the .half, smashed back in thc third period with a pair of spectacular touchdown runs. The ball popped from thc arms of Eddie Olzewski as he plunged punt on the Bear 4l A pitch f r o m ' i n t o the line, but Bruno Pacini J-'ilchock to Jim Poole, the skyscrap- hauled it out of thc air nnd rnn flanker J!i'om Mississippi put It 35 yards to score the first. A few en the 24 and a roughing penalty left she Chicagoans with their backs against the wall, After Bill Paschal was. dumped or a loss on the 16, Filchock laded iack to pitch again. He looked all · iver the layout and couldn't l;nd a ·eceiver who didn't have a Bear in lis lap. So Hoosier Frank just took ill on his own around left end and vent all the way. Ken Strong's edu- :ated toe provided the two extra joints. Eagles Trip 'Skins moments later, Guido FJliccUl took n punt on his own 25-yard line and raced 75 yards behind perfect interference for the second. Bernard Check converted twice. John Carroll's tally came in the second period on Regis Lonuville's plunge from the one-yard line, Cornell Sailors Fourth in Regatta or scampered 22 yards to a mate had knocked the ball from Hillenbrand's hand. Lou Zontlnl kicked seven cxlrn points £or the winner 'S, Yankees Blast Dons LOS ANGELES, (d?)--The New York Yankees, sparked by spoclne- ular Spec Sanders' touchdown ru-iu ot 103 and 75 yards ycsterdny dc- fcntcd the Los Angeles Dons, 31-17, in an All-America conference gri'i finme in Memorial coliseum. flame /or spectators thruout the state." NEW LONDON, Conn. W-- By a margin of two points, Vale's sail- WASHINGTON. C#)--The Phila- ,ing team yesterday nosed out twice- champion MIT, in the fifth annual Danmark trophy regatta on the Thames river here. Ten other colleges competed, The Eli's freshman pair of Bob Manetti and Dick Carter scored 232 points in two days of racing to MIT's 230, The Engineers used a trio of sailors, Dick Worrell, Steve King and Rudy Carl. Yale had held a 10-point margin when action was resumed yesterday, delphia Eagles; behind 24-0 at half time,..put on one of the most amazing about-faces in the history of pro £ o o tb a. 11 yesterday when they romped back to beat the Washington Redskins 28-24. Yanks Lose Again STON. (5) _ After fum After fumbling the Pittsburgh Steelers into two touchdowns within 50 seconds in the third P eriod d ° w " ahon steamrollered Furman. 70 to 7. Har- . star '- 7 ' y s t e r d l y Boston Yanks *» h ' league vard headed into November with , n 1 4 5. to 0 record by defeating Holy P»*.B.U t Du«ney the i ground-gainer, collected two of the ! victor's five scores. S OME of the Syracuse varsity players put up their biggest show of "fight" after the game was over. They were arguing for two points, and they had a case. On the last play of the game, West Virginia's Vic Bonfili Intercepted n desperation pass near the Ranl-Iinc. He grabbed it in thc field of plny, but his momentum was such that he took a couple ot steps racing into the end zone, kept r - n ^ Figure bkatmg Title Meet in Sweden NEW YORK. -- The first i *** w * » · " * v · · · *»«fe* w i/ w · * » tf * A · » ^-i · -- get thc nod as Fiacco's rc-!?_°![l».ajcw more paces and was placement, but there may be some other changes also. A couplo of hundred cheering jtudents greeted the Orange squad as it arrived at the Now York Central station shortly afternoon College Football M a r v x 13. N-vnda 12, T* 1H. Si Louis U 7. H. John Cnrroll C. Thc MOHAWKS WIN Mc.huwk A, C. gridders the Maulers. 12 to 0, in fl sandlot srid game nt Burnct park vesterday nftcrnoon. Zurich, Switzerland, has such a serious housinK shortage that hundreds of fnmilies are living in barracks, schools and huts, ;md some havr moved into semi-finished houses. tackled The Orangemen argued that U should be charged as a safety, and, according- to thc rules as they saw thc play, they were right The officials disagreed about It, but the referee, Joseph Williams of BuckneU, made the decision. He ruled that Bonfili, who looked completely upright until ho wns tackled In thc end zone, hud fallen and touched his knee about four inches from the goal-line. Thus, U was no safety, and the game was over. Thc referee's decision didn't make a bit of difference In the outcome, but for several minutes after the game, while the argument raged ho body in the stadium could be sure of the exact final score. world figure skating championship held since the war will be staged in Stockholm, Sweden, Feb. 14, 15 and 16 with a team of top ranking amateurs representing the United States. In addition to Gretchen Merrill of Boston, the ladies' singles titleholder, and Richard Button of Philadelphia, the men's singles champ, the team will be picked from Donna Pospisil and Jean Pierre Brunet of New York, national pairs champions, Dedee Threns of St. Paul, Eileen Seigh of Philadelphia, Karol and Peter Kennedy of Seattle and Mr, and Mrs. Walter Noffke of Springfield. The North American championships, held every two years, were awarded to Toronto, March 28-29 and the nationals 1o Berkeley, Calif., March 6-7-8, the first time they ever have been staged on the Pacific coast. Regional dates included the Eastern states championships at Philadelphia, Feb. 7-8. AMi-AMKflKJAN GONFKREN'OR BUFFALO 49, Chlcdfo RockcU 17. 8nn Francisco 34, Cleveland 30. N. Y. Yankees 31, Lou Annelcs Den a 17. Hockey Results NATIONAL LEAGUE Detroit 2, Montreal 1. AMERICAN LEAGUE Buffalo 2, St. Louis 1, Philadelphia 5, New Haven 3, Horshoy 8, Providence 4. Pittsburgh 4, IncllnajollH 4. Cross, 13 to 6.- LAYNE BRILLIANT North Carolina polished off Flor-! ' ( Ida, 40 to 19, but Oregon got plenty'Packets MoSG Out LlOHS of resistance from Idaho before MIL WAUKEE. W-Green Bay's winning, 26 to 13. Northwestern s; Fackers s n U eezed out a 10 to 7 vic- M* «in. P«nfnr«i« leaders jookI tory ov-er the p etroit Lions yesterday in. a National Football league game but only after a bad scare in i the 1 ' final quarter when the losers things easy with Alonzo Stagg's College of the Pacific visitors, winning 26 to 13. _ , - «_ if . ·*«· " t t ·** TM ^** ^** * *-*^p ^4 ·* *·** V vr A V P " *l»* m ··« It* P* *tf hJ ^*4 W Althofcotre Dame overcame its; d tfl the Packer 15 d linc Iowa City jinx, Texas still hoodooed by Rice. The triumph marked the Owls' third victory over Texas in as many years. Beaten only by Louisiana State, 7 to 6, in - d d Eame enaea ' Cards Drub Rams CHICAGO. 0*) -- Pitching Paul their opener, the Owls, now holding christman, completing 16 passes, a 4 to 1 record, scored first in the two of them lor touchdowns, for starting period, were tied 6-all at a phenomenal total gain of 221 the half, and then soared back with ya rds, outclassed the vaunted Bob 12 points in ihp third quarter to Waterficld yesterday as the Chi- clinch the contest. Thc Longhorns cago Cardinals drubbed thc Los rallied under Bobby Layne's lead- Angeles Rams 34 to 10 in a Na- ership to tally seven points in thc tional Football league game before closing frame but the Owls held 38,180 fans in Comisleey park. resolutely to their "five point mar- . gin. Li m r» . i / Layne gave a magnificent per- PlGXl JQIUFQQV S formance--connecting for 12 out of , * Top Grid Games spirited teamwork of the Owls who h fK^A7^^ii A ^!^^ OUtstatlSCked their Victims, Lead- ton Oolle« at NYU; Dartmouth at Yale; n*«, in the line*** WPVP Vireil Eileen- Cornell al Columbia; Rutnn at Harvard; crs in the upset-were virgu JMKCH Notrc DBMe at NMy . Brown tl Jloly berg, Who tossed two touchdown croui Princeton at Penniiylvanla; entente pasfiCS and a COUple Of "cripples," «l UU«ltBi peorietnwn at Geor« 49ers Blast Browns CLEVELAND, The San Francisco 4Dcrs buried deep b n - neath the cleat-torn turf of m u n i - cipal stadium yesterday thc myth the Cleveland Browns couldn't beaten, out-playing the AU-AmerN can Conference leaders all the way to lake a 34 to 20 decision before a crowd of 70,388. Boesch-Davis Bout Tops Mat Program Paul Boesch, popular winner the opening card, returns to Brighton theater mat tomorrow night to tangle with Karl (Killed Davis in the main bout of a four- bout professional wrestling program. Davis is a talented crow-i baiter who earned the main bout spot by beating Jim Dolan to a The defeat frustrated MIT's bid'pulp here last week, to gain permanent possession of the Another returnee is Frank Taylor, who is matched this time against Bay O'Donnell, quaint! y dubbed the Irish Strangles In the other bouts Wally Greb meets P;;t 161; Harvard, fc 160; Michigan, 150; Flanigan, and Die Olson, so-called Princeton, 143; Trinity, 125. (Fighting Swede, takes on Harry 'Pjcrs, who is called, among other things, t thc Flying Dutchman. Georgetown Beats St. Louis, 13 to 7 ST. LOUIS. (A 1 )-- Georgetown's Univer.MLy's Hoyns converted two breaks i n t o touchdowns yesterday to spoil the St. Louis university's BUH- kcns* homecoming with a 13 to 7 triumph before a crowd of 15,898 in Walsh stadium. After the Bills had turned a first quarter Georgetown fumble into a touchdown of their own, halfback Louis 33yers, brought up from the "B" squad last week, intercepted a St. Louis pnss and rnccd 80 yards !o even the score in the second period. A St. Louis .fumble then set up the deciding touchdown in the last five minutes of the game. Byers recovered the ball on, the Billiken six- yard line and Henry Baranowskl plunged over for the tally. WINS LONG RACE BARCELONA. (.V) -- G o o r g * Pclassn, an Italian driver, won the Pena Bihn international grand auto trophy in three straight years. Other team scores: Brown, 223; Tufts, 201; Cornell, 191; Dartmouth, 173; Northeastern, 164; Coast Guard, WINS CARACAS CLASSIC CARACAS. (A*)-- Seriote, ridden by Vincentc Aleman, outran six contenders to win the 2,000-meter Simon Bolivar classic yesterday. The victory was worth 25,000 bolivars ($8,000) to Owner Alfredo Paris. It was the largest purse in Caracas racing history. tOPEZ I1ELD TO DRAW MEXICO CITY *)-- Leonardo race yesterday with a time of two hours, 46 minutes and 52 seconds for the 351-kilometre run. Siro Basadonna of Switzerland was sccond; Ouig Palau, Spain, was third and H. L. Brooke, England, was fourth. Thc race drew an estimated 200,000 spectators, officials said. AMERICAN SOCCER LEAOCE B r o o k h n U n n 2. Kenrny Celtic* I. Philadelphia Americans 5, Brooklyn HIs- V'anos 2. Kenrny ScoU i. Baltimore Amrrictns 0, New York Americana 2, Philadelphia Nations 2, Brooklyn Wanderers 6. Baltimore Soccer Club 1. WILL BUY OR TRADE Uied Athletic Equipment. G»lf Clabi, Bowline nail*. Skill. Etc. LIVERPOOL SPORT CENTER "ERNEY" HIRSCHOFF 125 Fimt St. LlTtrpoor, N. T. Ph. Livirpool 2351 Lopez, defending his Mexican featherweight title at Arena Coliseo Saturday night, fought a 12-round draw wilh his challenger, Krnesto Agullar, Fans favored Ajjuilnr's showing nnd protested thc judges' decision, PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING Tuesday, October 29th at 8:30 P. M. Brighton Theatre, 2610 S. Salina St. MAIN BOUT (One Fill to I lie Finlih) PAUL BOESCH CARL KILLER DAVIS 240 Poundi VI. Ex-Memphis, TenB., Policeman 23fi Found* Lone Beach, N. Y. Decorated Hero of World War 2 :i Other Routs 400 Scata at 75o Other TlnkeU 51.00. K.IXI plus Ux Now nn Sale nt Hold U'ood. Tor Reiervatlnni Phone Peasant P.S. says "Pleasant Smoking" for Peter Schuyler Perfecto Supreme. But no one can apeak for Peter Schuyler as well as Peter Schuyler speaks for himself. Try · few, and convince yourself. George Walmsley and Windell Wil- SOOTH--cienwon at vfit Waniifncton Hams. Pro Football NATIONAL LEAGUE Green Bay 10. Detroit 7. Philadelphia 28. WftHhlnjtLon 24. Now York 14, ChlcaKO Boars 10, PlttflburBh 33, Boston 7. Chi en no Cards 34, LOB Anecles Kama 10. Red Wings Halt Canadians, 2-1 ft Lee at Davldmm; Georrlu. Tech al Dukei Maryland * lt William Mar.v; North Carolina al TeniMMWooi N. 0, State at VMI; OhatUnmra at Wake T-'orcNt; Vlrrlnia at Richmond; Alabama at C» cor tin; VanderblH at Auburn; MlohUan I State at Kentucky nnd Mlasinslppl at Loulfilttna State. SOUTHWEST--Texas Tech at Itlcei TYIiyT'PnT'T C/P 1 ! Thp Detroit Red Arkansas at Texas A. ts M.t Texas a t , w - j rt, · ? H^n?ilf1« S»u«iern Methodi»U Cincinnati at Tulia. Wings scored their first victory in Mimvtsi -- ^ntnourrh ai inoiana; six National Hockey league starts ininaU at Iowa: MtchUan at +u;« *-««»«« V.T, «4-rtr,rl««r Mnntranl Onio suie " l Norlhweitwnt MlHitottrl at this season by stopping Montreal, Nebrask)M Iowfc sutc at Kanaai stat«; 2 to 1, here last night OH first Oklahoma A. M, at Kantian Marque tte nprfnri ffnals hv R i H Ahpl and Bill at Dot ' i(l| t; Wldconnin at Purdue. peilOd goaiS Dy am AOei ana cm pAR W EST--Stanford at Orcron State; Taylor. The dClOat prevented Inc.ivaiihlnirlnn Stale at California! OrflKon Cnnadiens from taking over the I »* southern California! coiomdo »t uuht i , j , m L ! Brlcham Youiif at Wyomlnn; Utah Stale JeagUC lead from Toronto. i a t Denrerf Montana Stale jtt Nevada. Copr, me 0. V, Vta fcbk* 4 Borton CHM

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