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C 8 Notre Dame Bounces Back To Overwhelm Northwestern Gridders By 34 To 7 THE HARTFORD DAILY COURANT: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER IS, 1915. Victors Halt Four Bids In Early Stages Wildcats Avert Shutout With 77-Yard Drive in Last Period Evanston, 111., Nov. 17. (AP.) Notre Dame, overwhelmed by the Army, 48-0, a week ago, bounced back Into the victory column today by smothering Northwestern 34-7, before a starjdtng room crowd of 49 .500 largest at Dyche Stadium since the late Knute Rockne fielded his last championship Irish team in 1930. Notre Dame was outplayed by the scrappy Wildcats In the first two periods, and succeeded in throttling Northvestcrn touchdown bids. Thereafter, the Wildcats' offensive fuzled but they managed to avert a shutoir. with a 77-yard touchdown drive late In the final period. The Irish scored in each of the lour periods, crossing the goal line twice in the fourth on aggressive heads up play. Although the Wildcats controlled the ball most of the first half, they were stopped on the Notre Dame five-inch line and the six-yard line. Notre Dame's only real offensive i burst In the first half was a touch-Idown march late in the opening period climaxed by Elmer Angs-i man's 50-yard run and his smash I across from the one-foot line. Sub Fullback SUn Krivik dropkicked the first of four extra points. ! In the second period, Notre Dame ! recovered a Northwestern fumble and smashed 29 yards to its second j touchdown with Jim McGurk slash-;ing over from the two. i Notre Dame bowled 56 yards through the tiring Wildcats in the third period for a third score with , Floyd Simmons, recent transfer from St. Mary's Pre-Flight. hitting pa v dirt from the four, i In the final period. Sub Halfback Bill Gompers accounted for both : Irish touchdowns, tearing 32 yards on a pass interception for one and I snaring a pass from George Ratter-man for another on a play that covered 48 yards. ! Northwestern tallied on a 77-yard ! drive with Halfback Hap Murphey ! skirting end from the three to score. Jim Farrar placekicked the point. 'down, Murphey (sub for Conner: point after touchdown, Farrar (place-1 ;ment. ! Substitutions: Notre Dame Ends. I lOpela, Leonard, Burnett. Glaab. Flynn.l Clarft tackles, Mieszkow'kt. Berezney. CalnLsl. Russel: ituard. Scott. Potter. iFay. Oracko: center. Grothaus: back. I iZehler. McGurk. Krtvlk. Gomoers. Simmons. Ratternian. Van Summer. A-1 I none, Slovak. Vlrok: Northwestern' ends, wutgen. vick. Reynolds: tackles. jGUmore. DePauw. Rsan. Acheron. Bro- IPhy: (uard. Travers; centers. Shaw. i Peterson: backfi. Laser. Barron. Mackenzie. Murphey. Herscherberger. Par- Isezian, Kemp. Everllst. Wlllnskl. With Malice Toward None Kinft wl&mMary1 Detroit Lions Tangle With New York Today BY BILL LEE Sports Editor Williamsburg, Va.. Nov, 17. (AP. , Playing before 5000 spectators.' William and Mary went on a scor-; ing spree in the first three Quarters; COLONEL Blaik. the Army coach, needn't have spent the week wor- of its homecomin? game here todav ! rying after aii. He had professed to be concerned about tbej , "if J"haL.M? Washinzton Kedskins Meet Chicasro Bears While Island. 25-7. , Clpvplanrl Parp PjirHinnls in Tnn fJampc nn i a a a vvj u a a . v vjt a isi v J Columbia Lions Gain 32-7 Win Over Princeton 'NOTRE DAME SkOKlund i Fischer : Mastrangelo ; Walsh i Roval : Fallon iCronlu iDancewicz I Biennan ! Angsman ' Rungerlor i Notre Dame i Northwestern Notre Dame le It !( c ri rt re oh Ih rh fb . 7 0 scoring: NORTHWEST. Morris Hagmann Schuetz Piros Lecture Hanncn Gorskl Farrar McKlnley Conner Whan 7 1334 0 77 Touchdowns. Anstsman McGurk isub for RuKiceriol Simmons (sub for McGurk). Gompers 2 .sub for Angsman); points after touchdown. Krlvlk 4 (dropklcks) sub for Ruggerloi: Northwestern scoring, touch- SKI BOOTS it is A husky, rugged leather ski boot built for service. Not an imitation, but a real ski boot. Alling's Price pair Exactly as Photographed from a Regular Stock Shoe. In Men's Sizes 6-12. In Women's Sizes 4 to 9 Skis Ski Bindings Ski Poles i Now Ready for Your Inspection Buy Your Christmas Ski Gifts Now Your Selection Will Be Much Better The Ailing Slubber Co. Hartford 167 Asylum Street West Hartford 7 So. Main Street Princeton, N. J., Nov. 17. (AP.) Columbia lifted its smooth-working j football machine back on to the I winning track today, whipping a willing out outclassed Princeton team, 32-7. betore an estimated 18,000 who based in perfect football weather at Palmer Stadium. The Lions, knocked out of the ranks of the all-victorious by Penn only a week ago, scored in every period, twice on long gallops by Fullback Lou Kusserow, and had the situation well in hand all afternoon. Princeton staved off a shutout in the last 22 seconds when Dave Brown, fading back from the Lions' 32-yard line, shot a pass to Walter Goodrich, who took the ball at the 4 and sped across. It was the fourth Columbia victory over Princeton in 20 games between the two schools whose rivalry dates back to 1874, but it was the first road victory for the L.ions since uct. 13, 1941. Gene Rossides, the Lions' hipper-dipper flipper, passed for one touch- ; down and scored another on a 13-: yard romp that climaxed a 96-yard ; march, longest sustained drive of the day. Kusserow opened the scoring in the fifth minute of play when he scampered through a wide hole in j the right side of the Tiger line and sped 44 yards without , being ! touched. Late in the first period the Lions opened their 96-yard march after I throttling a Princeton drive that lhad carried from the Tiger 21 to Columbia's 4. i A 45-yard march led to Columbia's third touchddwn. also in the second period, with John Nork covering the last two yards. ! A pass interception gave Colum-i bia the ball on its 46 in the third I period and Rossides shot a 19-yard I pass to Kusserow who ran the remaining 35 yards easily. Then in the final quarter, the Lions smashed 88 yards for their last marker, scored by Walt Kon-dratovich from a yard out. Len Will kicked two extra points for the Lions but missed three i others. Columbia travelled 306 yards on the ground and 160 in the air, com pared to Princeton s 149 and 66. PRINCETON Finical Williams Cleveland Dickenson Pell Stone Hamilton Brown Bush White Weber 6 732 0 77 Pennsylvania game. The score was Army 61, Penn 0. More about Army later in this discussion. First, a word about other football happenings on the Eastern seaboard. Did you notice that Harvard beat Brown, 14 to 7? You remember, of course,-that only a week ago Brown beat Yale, 20 to 7. Colonel Blaik had cause to frel about the Penn game, but the man who well might worry is Howie Odell. Did Yale lose to Coast Guard yesterday, you jask? No, nothing like that. The Elis won by 41 to 6, but the thing on Odell's mind is the Harvard contest two weeks hence. When the season started Harvard didn't have a game with Yale. They haven't played football at saUlUl. iUb 4vv MAW Bl -. ,1111 QilU LlllO .CdSUU lUCJf The Indians eot down to business in the first few minutes of play. A j pass from Tom Korczowski. Tribe! ace tailback, to Denver Mills, end.1 set up the first scoring plav. Korc-j zowski skirted left, end to count. At-! tempt for extra point was wild. Professional Grid Calendar Br UNITED PRESS. ;the best defensive record in the Setups may be transformed to up- league, a 220-pound line. Bob West-sets Sunday when three scrappy but fall's spinner-bucks and the passing low-ranking National Football of Chuck Feenebock, Cotton Price League teams, their rosters replen-," hg the Rfdsklns face ished by recent service additions, an old enemy Comdr. George Ha- fapp thp lpacmp'c fhrpp frr nnu-prc las. Bear ownpr and rnsrh iusr. in For Second Year -1" 'cS Rams and Uie Washington Redskins. 73 t0 0 slaughter of the Redskins Storrs. Nov. 17. iSneciaU Ro-! unougn upsets nave oeen tne,m the 1940 playoffs, and Washing- Breaux Captures New England Run i lanri PrAaiiY nf HanfnM Hioh onrf vnmip all spasnn a rfpfpof tn oitv,or' ton's Sammy Baueh and Sid Lnck- ! were just going to fool around a little with informal games. But when the Manchester High squad added Cleveland or Detroit seriously would man of tne Bears holdovers from Bill Bingham, the Harvard athletic director, got back into civilian the New England Interscholastic rim ,., ,,,,, , . , that 1940 game, will match passes clothes he DUt a stop to all that nonsense and rjromDtH- asked Yale : cross-country titles to the state ,amae l"elr cnances Ior western Sunday. cioines ne put a stop to an uiai nonsense and promptly askea aJe.cr0WJls tllevon here last week in division supremacy. Washington' It will be a test between two of if they wanted to play Harvard December 1. : tne annual' meet over the Universi- heads tne eastern bracket, with the the league's best new passers in I Yale said yes and now perhaps no one can blame Howie Odell fority of Connecticut course today. Rams and Lions tied for western Chicago, with Bob Waterfield given wishing they'd told Harvard to wait until 1946 Harvard Lrthe game Breaux retained the title he worf?rs. a wide edge over Cardinal Paul (Yale cherishes most For three vear nnw Vol ha hePn nlavina- last 'ear as 8 sophomore while, Washingtons pass-crazy Redskins Chnstitlan because of the hard-run-iale chensnes most for three ears now Yale has been PlaM8 Manchester dethroned LaSalle Acad-face the Chicago Bears, with De-ning Ram ground attack. Water-football without benefit of Harvard. It would be a terrible thing were en)v 0 providence which finished trt Playing at New York. Cleveland field can hand the ball off to such Harvard, rusty irom comparative inactivity, to beat Yale this first year, third behind Hartford High. against me carainais at unicago, speeay i-iormation runners as rrect of the game's resumption. Connecticut's sween of honors was Green Bay at Boston and Pittsburgh Gehrke, Don Greenwood, Jim Gil- secured although Manchester failed 3' Philadelphia. ;lette or Albie Reisz. to place a runner in the first ten. Tne topsy-turvy nature of the' Philadelphia, stiil in the running HARLOW TEAMS FINISH smnvfi The first, finisher for Pptp vi!?rpn's194a league race is reflected bv a for eastern honors, thanks to the In all seriousness Harvard has been imm-nvinz arh Saturday durine well-balanced Silktowners was Don- peek at the cellar positions, where passing and playmaking of veteran m au seriousness , nanara nas oeen iimpiovmg each baturaay aunng ; aW HuU whQ camf m eleventn :the Bears and Giants, traditional Roy Zimmerman, faces a Pittsburgh the season. Tnis is tjpical of a squad coached by Dick Harlow. The , Manchester scored 91 points, seven pre-war powers, reside along with team rejuvenated by the return of stuff Harlow uses is somewhat complicated and it isn't learned in one less than the Owls who in turn out-the Cards, who seldom do much halfback Bill Dudley. Dudley and or two practice sessions. Once learned, however, it pays dividends. Those' scored LaSalle by three. ,of anything. Art Jones, another discharged star, I familiar with Harlow's late-seasnn tpam know w artful tin ran hp I rhc otner team scores were Bev-! Expected to pace the last-place give the Steelers a two-way ground familiar witn nanows late season teams know how artful they can be. h Mass., 105: Concord, N H . and Giants Sunday, however, is George punch but neither has shown the J.HC uiumi same iuiuuiib uK auction iiiat nanaiu whs aiiivca;New Britain tied at 170: Manches- tsonnyi rrancK, i4i-Daii-carrying oreaKaway amiiiy oi tne tagies North Providence, ace. Strongly in Detroits favor is Steve Van Buren this season. I ) 258 217; at a point in its development where it mav expect to give Yale an ! ter. N. H i afternoon of football eoniDetition Yalp i rinino- tho hpst it ran with a! 224; PawtUCket East (R good line and no backfield. Recently the Elis have been hobbled by ademyNew i injuries to some of their key line personnel. It all adds up to two w eeks I Weaver. 312: East Providence. 318: 'of unrest for Howie Odell. With Princeton coming up next Saturday East Hartford, 399, and Providence and Harvard the week after that, Odell could tell Blaik about what D?S' 412;, . . ., oii t. .. ther "nishers among the "-""v iirst lty. . 6. Raymond Lister, North Provi- NO Fl V IV ROWiitk dence; 7, David Pryce. Barrington, , , J - R. I.; 8. Fred Thompson. Concord, One man who can relax a little as a result of getting beat yesterday n. H.; 9, Henry Potter, Barrington jis John (Ox) DaGrosa. Early in the season he told the Touchdown R. I.; 10. Robert Boudreau. Concord. Club that they played football for fun at Holy Cross. Perhaps he didn't H.; 11, Donald Hull. Manchester, mean to be taken too literally. It's fun as long as his team kept win-jeriy Mass'.; 13. Robert Tiernan. La-i ning, cut now some oi tne woives will howl because the crusaders stubbed Salle Providence) ; 14. Robert Dat-1 son, Concord. N. H.: 15, Vernon Baker. New Britain, Conn. j A field of 113 runners represent-, ing 17 schools competed. ' their toes on Temple. Another thing DaGrosa told the Touchdown Club here is that he squirmed every time he heard anyone in Worcester talk about a bowl game. He said bowlitis was a disease he hoped Holy Cross didn't catch but the thing is so contagious that the Ox couldn't do a thing about it. If the Crusaders haven't already been invited to a bowl, the feelers have been out for some time. How much the defeat by Temple makes remains to be seen. AUTO EMBLEMS f iSTEHS TO THt IICIHCI M.ATE. HtAVY IMIOWtO METAL 4 IN. DIA. CHROME AND ENAMEL FINISH 1.25 EACH PREPAID COLUMBIA Ladyko Karas Holdnack Snladack Venutolo Smith Thomson Caruso Rossides Olson Kusserow Columbia Princeton le It H c re rt re Qb lh rh fb Columbia scorin: Touchdowns Kns. serow 2, Rossides. Nork (sub tor Ros-aldes). Kondratovich (sub for Olson); points after touchdown, Will (sub lor warusoi, i 'piaceKlcKs). Princeton scoring: Touchdown. Goodrich (sub for Weber): point after touchdown, Williams (placekick). Victory Bonds will provide care for the injured, pay cost of bringing troops home. r4 is 9. Not Just PROMPT Service Gengras Service Is As EXPERT As It Is Prompt Of course you want your car serviced promptly, but at the same time you want the job done by experts, experienced men who know their business. Now that's the happy state of affairs here at Gengras. Each one of our 20 automobile people is an expert, not one of them is a time waster. K4 ft! Jo Christian at Connecticut can sit back and enjoy life. His team concluded a dandy season yesterday by beating Boston TJ., 54 to 0. Christy doesn't have to fret over possible bowl invitations, And almost all of his fine squad will be back next season, along with several ex-servicemen who were Uconn stalwarts before the war. Getting back to Colonel Blaik and the Army team, perhaps the Colonel has good cause to fret a bit from now until the afternoon of December 1. That is the day Army plays Navy. The Midshipmen are all that stand between Army and a second successive year untouched by defeat or tie. Few major football teams since the forward pass came into the game have gone through two perfect seasons. The Cadets have something to shoot for. They should make it, too, but Navy cannot be taken too lightly. They've been looking mighty good the past two weeks. Blaik has more to worry about than he did in the Penn game, that's for sure. Indiana Tramples Over. Pitt Panthers by 19-0 Pittsburgh, Nov. 17. (AP.) The combination of the Pitt Panthers and the weather man couldn't stop Indiana's Hoosiers today and they rolled to a 19 to 0 victor over the outclassed Pitt team In the deep mud of the Panthers' big football bowl. It was the seventh straight victory and the eighth of a season marred only by an early season tie with Northwestern for the western conference leaders. Pitt, absorbing its sixth straight defeat, its fourth shutout and its 17th consecutive loss to Big Ten foes, never was able to give the Hoosiers a tussle. Car Skip Start Hard? With the arrival of cold weather, all the little weaknesses in your car show up. Improperly spaced spark plug and distributor points encourage hard starting. Try our special tune-up that takes care of all these little things. It's reasonable too! P.S. We have a few Ford Reconditioned Motors New Ford and Mercury Batteries VA 3 A 4 Now On Display THE NEW 1946 OLDSMOBILE Open Evenings All Week We're Taking Orders Now For Future Delivery. 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