Hartford Courant from Hartford, Connecticut on October 11, 1936 · 49
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PART FOUR Pages 1 to 12 She r i i r i v r Sports Automobiles Classified Radio HARTFORD, CONN., SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1936. Gallant Yale Football Team Outfights Penn Eleven To Gain 7 To 0 Triumph Holy Cross Gets Touchdown In Final Period To Whip Fighting Dartmouth Team Intercepted Pass In Final Period Enables Fordham To Beat Southern Methodist Lock Runs 77 Yards For Only Touchdown Reserve Rack Snares Pass When Mustangs Threaten and Outsprints Texans; Rams Turn Back One Assault on Own Two-Yard Line Statistics. New York, Oct. 10. (AP Statls. tics of the Southern Methodist' Fordham football game: SMTJ First downs 13 Yards gained rushing .. 28 Forward pass, attempt... 47 Forward pass, completed 15 Forw'd pass, lntercep. by 4 Yards by forw'd pass. .. 217 Lateral pass, atempt. ... 2 Lateral pass, completed 1 Yards by lateral pass. .. 3 Punt. av. (from scrim.) 33 xTot. yds. kicks returned 148 Oppon. fumbles recov'd 25 Fordham 1 52 8 0 4 0 0 0 0 38 19 30 x Includes punts and kickoffs. New York, Oct. 10. (AP.) That razzle, dazzle flying circus from Southern Methodist University backfired just once here today and the Fordham Rams, hailed as one of the East's outstanding teams, evened up for the trouncing the Methodists gave them two years ago by walking off with a 7-0 victory. John Lock, a substitute Ram back, was the No. 1 hero. While a crowd ! of 30,000 rose and cheered, Lock, an j angular sprinter from Plains, Penn., snagged a Mustang pass midway in j the fourth period, tucked the pigskin under his arm and galloped 77 vards down the field for the game's first and only touchdown. Andy Palau, Fordham quarterback, added the extra, point. ! Fordham turned back the first of the major threats on its 1936 schedule with only one first down. This was not registered until a minute or so before the final whistle when the first string Ram backfield succeeded in battering down the dogged resistance of a tired Southern line. Only in rushing did Fordham have an edge. The Rams gained 52 yards on the ground to 28 for Southern Methodist. In the air, the visitors piled up 220 yards to none for the New Yorkers. Fordham tried only eight overheads, but failed to complete one. It began to look like a scoreless tie until the break in the fourth. Southern Methodist had intercepted one of Fordham's infrequent passes and with Ken Goodson hurling the ball to Billy Dewell had worked down to Fordham's 23. Goodson flun ga short one. meant for Powell, but the surprising Mr. Lock stepped in, grabbed the pigskin, sprinted clear of the surprised Mustang tacklers and was off for the touchdown. Southern Methodist lost its only good scoring opportunity in the third when the Fordham line stiffened to cut short a Mustang offensive on the two yard line. After the visitors had taken a Ram punt on the Fordham 25. Johnny Stidgcr. who divided the Mustang passing honors with Jack Morrison, son of the former Southern Methodist coach, fired an 18 yard aer.ial to Johnny Meyers on the Ram seven. As the Mustang band tooted wildly. Bob Finley, Texas halfback, lugged the ball to the two-yard line on two plays. He was stopped dead in his tracks on his third attempt as was Stidger, who tried an end sweep on fourth down. Lineups: SOUTHERN M. U. FORDHAM Dewell le Paquln W. Sanders It Franco G. Sanders lg Pierce C. Sprague c Wojctechowlcz Scottlno rg Lombard! Stuff lebeme rt Stanton Carroil r? Drnze J Sprague qb Morrison lb Meyers rh Finley fb Score hv nrrlods: Fordham 0 0 0 77 Fordham scoring: Touchdown. Lock Monk Meyer Leads Army To Victory Soldiers Come From Behind Twice to Outscore Columbia in Thrilling Battle, 27 to 16 Palau . . Onreke . . Msytte . .. Dulkie STATISTICS. New York. Oct. 10 (AP.) Statistics of the Army-Columbia football game. Army ; Colum. First downs 8 10 Yards gained rushing ..104 140 Forward passes attempted 15 19 Fordward .passes completed 11 7 Forward passes Intercepted by 1 1 Yards by forward passim? 172 117 Lateral passes attempted l i Lateral passes completed 1 1 Yards by lateral passes.. 20 14 Punting average (from scrimmage) 41 54 (x) Total yards, kicks returned 28 39 Opponents fumbles recovered l o Yards lost by penalty . . 15 . 40 (x) Includes punts and kick-offs. Pittsburgh Back Makes Short Gain Through Ohio State Line Frank Passes To Ewart For Winning Touchdown Sons of Eli Make Two Thrilling Goal Line Stands in First Half to Check Quaker Assaults and Then Smash Through Rivals to Score in Third Period Coast Guard Beaten Bv Middlebury New London Cadets Put on Game But Vain Rally in Closing Minutes of Game STATISTICS. Yale Penn First downs 11 8 Yards gained rushing ..,141 110 Forward passes attempted 15 9 Forward passes completed 6 2 Forward passes Intercepted by - 3 1 Yards by forward passing 84 18 Lateral passes attempted 0 2 Lateral passes completed 0 2 Yards by lateral passes ..0 2 Punting average (from- scrimmsge) 41 42 xTotal yards, kicks returned 95 59 Opponent fumbles recovered t 0 Yards lost by penalty ... 40 20 x Includes punta and klckoffs. Associated Press Wirephoto. Columbus, Oct. 10 Frank Patrick, Pittsburgh fullback, smashed off Ohio State's right tackle early in the first period of today's No. 1 grid contest but was stopped after a small gain by John Bettridge, Buckeye half-back, on the 40-yard lime. New York, Oct. 19. (AP.) Monk Meyer, an accomplished performer, and sophomore Sid Luckman, bidding for national stardom, collided in the Yankee Stadium today and the older and smarter head on one of the frailest bodies in the game eclipsed his rival as he led Army to a thrilling 27-16 victory over Columbia. The 147-pound Mever, heaving the ball accurately into waiting hands and running brilliantly through and around heavy opposition, twice pulled the Cadets from behind as Lou Little's best team since his 1934 Rose Bowl conquerors went down to a crushing defeat. Equally brilliant, although on the losing side, Luckman, with no freshman experience and plaving in his first major battle, won the acclaim of 30.000 spectators as he passed almost on a par with Meyer and outshone the West Pointer on foot. Two passes that juss missed rangy nurjert ncnuizes lingers, plus a slightly heavier and more powerful Army line, were all that prevented the husky youngster from making a successful debut. Schulze, one of the finest punters in the East, kicked out on Armv's two-yard line to pave the way for Columbia's opening touchdown in the first period. Luckman returned Meyer's punt 14 yards to Armv's 39 and then passed to Schulze for a score. Schulze's try for the extra point from placement hit Die cross bar. In the second period Luckman intercepted one of Meyer's passes and ran it 18 yards to Armv's 44. Johnny Hudasky circled left end to Armv's 13 and then Luckman advanced the ball to the five. Schulze missed connecting with two passes by inches. Meyer punted out on the 30 and then George Furey fumbled on the 33 and the ball was recovered by Loody Stromberg, Army right end and captain. Meyer gained a couple through center and then passed to Woodrow Wilson, reserve back, who was beautifully screened by six mates, and went to Columbia's 40. Two plavs later Meyer passed 35 vards to Wil son, wno scored and missed the ex Lou Brouillard Loses to Apostoli San Francisco, Oct. 10. (AP.) Fred Apostoli, . San Francisco's fighting bellhop, hurdled another obstacle in his drive toward the middleweight championship tonight when he soundly trounced Lou Brouillard, Worcester, Mass., former titleholder. in a ten round bout here Friday night. Apostoli weighed 157; Brouillard 158Vi. Georgia Tech Gridmen Rout Kentucky 34-0 Hard-Charging Line Paves Way For Surprisingly Easy Win Atlanta, Oct. 10. AP.) Propelled by a hard-charging line that paved the way for a scintillating display of football "razzle dazzle", the Engineers of Georgia Tech rolled up an unexpected 34 to 0 decision over a hap-hazard band of Kentucky Wildcats today. Puzzling laterals and lie smashes, featuring that elusive ball carrier, Marion (Dutch) Konemann, gave Tech command over the Wildcats at the outset. A great line bottled up Kentucky's touchdown twins Bert Johnson and Bob Davis. The blue-shirtcd Wildcats were never in the running. They got off to a bad start when Man-O-War Johnson fumbled the opening kick-off. They fought gamely and threatened twice for scores, but the airtight Tech defensive checked them at every turn. Konemann went over for two of the Engineer's touchdowns. Ed Jones, junior end; Charley Preston, 211-pound center, and Harry Appleby, junior back, added the others. Jones made two points from kicks after touchdowns and the two others were added bv the toe of Quarterback Fletcher Sims. tra nolnt. Armv kickerf nff nwr th (sub for Muircvi: point from try after nai inp flnri it ,.j nm,n f)'.!' I'hl, .h.Mttmn I holding gave the Lions the ball on winr d. ocnuizr iuniDien tne pass ana was nownea Detnnrl the goal line by Gordon Cimbrell for a safety. After the kick-off, Mever passed 32 yards to Stromberg. who went to Columbia's 12. A rim bv Mever and a pass to Jim Rchwcn'k added 7 yards and then Mever fired a touriftlown pass to Frank Kobes, reserve end. and converted. Hudasky. in the third period, returned one of Meyer's punts 33 varric t Arriiv'c 1T otiH V,.. T West Ends Today j man, faking a pass, sliced through riKiu. Kunru i h umennown. oCnUlze converted and a few minutes later kicked an 11-yard field goal from placement to put Columbia ahead j 16-15. Quarterback Bob Kasper plunged End1.. Ranspot, Sherlll. Acker, f'rey; tackles. Wennt. Phillips: Ruardo. Matthews. Ooodson, .1 tiuync-. Busarkcr, Aaron; coiiti'r. Citay: backs. St.dmT. Stnpp. PBtterson. H (iuyiios, Bailcv. Fordham Mih-t .it.u!ltn : Knrl.-. Jarun-skl. Healv: lackles. Habnrt-kv. Dill. H"r-7Ui; miflrds. Kochrl Marlon; cenler, C'ronln; burky Wnitk'i-kl. Lw'k, Mr-KrilKht. Mulrey, K:rh:irt.-, Beaie, Unarm. Staplelon Pros Playing Bristol Bristol. Oct. 10. 'Special.) The-Bristol West. Ends will meet the Stapleton Pros, of the American Professional Association Sunday at 2:30 p. m. at. Muzzy Field and Intercepted Aerial Fatal To Indians Bill Asmanski Grabs One of Hollingsworth's Heaves and Dashes 80 Yards to Give Crusaders First Triumph Over Big Green Eleven Or Hanover. N. H, Oct. 10. (AP.) An 80-yard dash down the right Public Service Banquet Monday rapacity crowd is expected to be on ! on1 yBrd ovrr th(, g0al line to re- hand to see the West Ends try for their fourth straight victory of the season. Included in the visitors' lineup are such stars as Wally Swltzer. formerly of Cornell, and "Bed" Weiner, formerly of Lafayette College. Coach "Sugar" Hugret of the West Ends expects to make no chance In the local HneuD. Manager Rebelle Carpenter of the 'romberg West Ends is negotiating with the j M"?rr " Patterson N. J.t Pros for a gamejRvan ..'.'.' i-.rre a tcrek from Sunri.1v. The Pat- I Schwenk tersnn eleven recently defeated the Danbury Trojans 19 to 0. pain the lead tor Armv In the fourth after Meyer-thrown passes to Kobes and Stromberg, and runs by Meyer and Schwenk gained 58 yards. ARMY- COLUMBIA Prej,ton 1 Srhiile Baueman , , Coviello . .. Herey . . Pirtolni ... Wr'.eht . Plena . ... Piirey Turkman . Huriaakv .. Bonam E'lken STilth .. Howell . . Kimbrell Ibell ..It ...c . ...r. ...Tt., . . . re . ..(lb, ,..lh. ...rh. ...f b. Score by nerlodft: Army 0 15 0 12 27 Columbia 6 0 10 0 18 Army .rortn: Tiurhdown. Wllon. Kftw. KaHT. Mover; polnt after t'.mciidown. M"ver i yiacoment I ; nfi-iv. P-i)iil- iKIii'irrlii Cnlumla urorin-T'mrlKlnwn. S hu;e, l.uckman; nrlnt af:c- ttiirhfl'iwn. Shu!7e fplaccmeutc (if 'il Koal. Schnlye M)ia crtient I. barks defeated the Baylor Rears. 14 nxwr. H;j.p."tiiiivn: tacir'iM. Math- to 10, in a sensational trrlrl battle oinncnarti: auarn., ohman. Little; here today, More than 200 are expected to attend the annual dinner of the Public Service baseball league at, the Club Hollywood. Kocky Hill, Mon day niKiit at sideline by Bill Osmanskl, a sophomore backfield replacement from Providence, ft. I., today gave the powerful but offensively sluggish Holy Cross Crusaders a 7-0 victory over a fighting tribe of Dartmouth Indians. The majority of the packed crowd i of 15,000, largest to gather here ia j years, groaned as the Indians I flubbed five scoring chances, two I from inside the five-yard line, ! while out-rushing their brawny vis- itors nine first downs to four and 170 vards to 155. I The fleet and shifty Osmanskl, in at fullback for "Jabber Joe" Yab- lonsky with six minutes remaining, started racing for the touchdown that enabled the Crusaders to gain their first triumph in 33 years against Dartmouth, after he intercepted the 11th of the 13 passes attempted by the air-minded Indians. Dartmouth, due to the amazing efforts of Warren King, 150 pound understudy for triple-threat Fred Hollingworth, spent the first nine minutes of fourth period play banging at the Holy Cross goal-line. King started a drive from midfield late in the third, only to have fullback John Handrahan fail to plough for the yard that would nave given the Indians a first down on Holy Cross's three-yard line. After an exchange of punts, Hank Whitaker booted one outside on Holy Cross one-yard line. Argio Latanzi, another of Holy Cross's great array of backfield spares, kicked out nicely to his 35. Holl-ingsworth tried to pass and his heave was tipped by Ecio Luciano, the Holy Cross right guard, on his 25-yard line into the hands of Osmanskl, five yards back. The Providence speedster cut over sharply to the sideline as his males rallied to his support. He picked his way through several Indians but. after he hit his stride, was never challenged by pursuers. Rex Kidd provided the seventh point with a place-kick. Although the Crusaders' total of 155-yanls rushing appeared inipres- ive, nr ol them were useless. Holy STATISTICS. Hanover, N. H.. Oct. 10 (AP Statistics or Holy Cross-Dartmouth game: Holy Crews Dart. Yards gained rushing . . Forward passes attempted Forward passea corn- Forward passes Inter- Yards by passing Punting average (from scrimmage) x-Total yards kicks returned Opponent's fumbles recovered Yards lost by penalty .. Ut Includes pimt and kick-offs. 4 8 155 no 1 13 0 2 5 1 0 31 36 38 155 224 0 1 . 0 10 Trojans Crush Illini, 24 To (i Champaign. 111., Oct. 10. fAP.) Ooluths of t.ne western gridiron, Southern California, led by a dynamic Quarterback. 165-nound David Davis, mauled Illinois 24 to 6 today before 33.000 spectators who sat beneath a dreary sky. and in a dripping rain to witness the lntcrscc- Uonal contest. The Illini fought their hearts out hut never had a chance against Davis, the boy with the sling-shot forward pasting arm, and his team mates. The Trojaas outclassed Illinois, piling urj 14 first downs to Illinois's 9. They outgained the Illini from scrimmage 187 yards to 54 and outpassed them 104 to 77 yards. Plunged into a hole In the first two minutes when Lowell Spur-geon. Illinois halfback, fumbled on the 37, Illinois never could untrack it-self and did not. threaten until the closing minutes of the game when a forward pass, thrown over the goal line, enabled the Illini to score. Against Southern California's b'.i.'-lenng attack, the fighting Illini saw three touchdowns roll aero;..', their goal and Iwo .safeties scored Dedication Day At New Hampshire Spoiled Uy Maine Durham, N. H.. Oct. 10 (AP.) A powerful University of Maine eleven urwet the undefeated University of New Hampshire Wildcats 27-6 today In the dedication game of the Lewis field. Opening a powerful aerial offensive early In the first quarter Gordon Elliott, veteran Maine halfback, scored on an end run after a long pasa from Smith to Hamlin which brought Maine down to 4he Wildcats seven yard line. The Wildcat lone score c.ama In the aecond period when Quarterback Joe NathaiMon hurled a 35 yard pasa to Charlie Karazla who romped over to score. Late In the same period a 25 yard run bv Mae Verlllc put the Wildcats on Maine's one yard line, but Joe Nathanson'a attempt to score on an end run proved fatal and he wit thrown for a six yard lo&t. Summary; MAINE NEW II A MP. Williams le Little Jackson it Mountain Reidman ig Lekerky Hatchings c itosmsKi 1'roctor rg..... Lang CHeason ..rt P. Martin Hamlin re Rogenn Pmlth qb.... J. Natnanson Ilow lh Cllarla Klllot.t rh Kb'his Helsel fb Mlrey Bcore by periods; Maine 0 0 2127 New Hampshire 0 0 06 Maine scoring: Touchdowns, Elliott 3, Hamlin; point from try ofter touchdown, Proctor 3 (drop kicks). New Hampshire scoring; Touchdown, Karazla. Middlebury, Vt., Oct. 10. (AP.) Middlebury defeated the United States Coast Guard Academy 13 to 0 here today to maintain its undefeated and unscored-on record. Outplayed but not outgained, the lighter Coast Guardsmen were unable to penetrate to the home team's territory until late in the game. Then, a lightning like aerial attack brought the ball from their own 22 yard line to Middlebury's 20. Middlebury took to the air to score in the first period after several punt exchanges. A Boehm to Kirk pass provided the touchdown In the second period after Guar- naccia and Boehm ripped off sev eral successive gains. The summary: MIDDLEBURY COAST GUARD Kirk !e Dudley Grldlfind It Prlna Hoffman , .lg. ...... . Winstead Lovell c Knlskem Anderson rg...., West Selxas rt Lelsleng Craig re Bakanas Chalmers .......qb Cass Boehm lh Land Ouarnaccla .....rh Davis VanDorn fb Waldron Score by periods: Middlebury 7 8 0 013 Touchdowns: Kirk, VanDorn; conversion, Anderson. Notre Dame Wins Over Washington By 14-6 Margin i Losers Show Startling Strength in Final Period to Score on Irish Youngsters Meet In Tennis Final White Sulphur Springs, W. Va Oct. 10. ( AP.) Two youngsters, Gordon Robinson and John Foreman of the University of North Carolina, came within two points of upsetting the veteran David Jones and J. Gilbert Hall in the doubles play of the Greenbrier Tennis Tournament. Hall and Jones were pressed to the limit to overcome the brilliant offensive and well executed placements of the college team before they emerged with the victory by the scores of 6-3, 3-6, 8-6. Tomorrow, the Hall-Jones combination will battle Frank Bowden of New York and Edward McKnight of Springfield, Mass., for the doubles title. Bowden and McKntght teamed to defeat the collegiate team of Paijl Massev. Penn Slate, and Robert Grier, Westminster. 6-2. 6-3 The first titlist of the tournament was crowii"d with Kiinice Dean of Houston. Tex., defeating Barbara I agiiniM i.'iHii, iiicn oracPd in trie Nmlds of Cleveland, to win the j final period and finished with a j women's final;;. The. score wan 8-2 j dazzling forwiirtl passing attack, : 6-3. scoring a last -minute touchdown, i - . u.'ivis rateu as one ol foe on:.-: v ' l I standing quarterbacks of the oun- -"LV 1 "rK i trv rtifl i.vnrvtViitn. f,, 'r..,., i riv rti I- 'I will make tin mast of the tiroeram I mouths 3s. where it Halted when j He mi kicked n.ui ,,.,,! ,,, "I i.nim Dancing will follow the floor show, i fJarl, 1 Mutt Ray. the Indians spec- ; vlrtorv Twice 'he threw touchdown 1 'rn.ini N y. Oct 10 -aim - dcfcritcfi Connc-nciii fttntc Teachers, Cnrlv team nnri the rimnw.nn ... I Ing the game that was dampened 'rrf,i,. ' ,...t'rf .h- ...' V,.,,,.' :,:;,,., n, .),!,.,. ,., . ... . ............. tu;j. , , . , HJ'" tm: llUrtllA UUi, Ol t ' J"'.1. . " ! ulll. uv n ni'iivy miuwi-i uuiiiig iuk u iu u (jH ru'CT pn. to fp'iicr wno nawiefi nis why y.i i ... , varus t.ci llH- I,t.l fl fi tourhftnwn r"" " '""vri Cltv officials and men nrnminoni 1 Cross was capable of only one sus- In Central Connecticut sporu have ; tained drive, in the third period, j accented invitations tn af.enrl a i when Osmanskl and Charley Uru- ; floor show and sneak mir hv tmesis cnto rushed from their 25 to Dart- South Bend, Ind Oct. 10. fAP.) Although uncorking startling strength in tne final period, a stubborn Washington University eleven lost to the favored Notre Dame gridmen by a 14 to 6 margin here this afternoon before approximately 22.000 fans. Unable to penetrate the Irish forward wall during the first half, the Washington backfield suddenly displayed devastating punch at the end of the third quarter, driving to the Irish three yard line. Soon after the start of the last period, Joe Bukant, fullback from Divernon, 111., plunged over for the Washington touchdown. Irving Londy, guard from St. Louis, failed to make the extra point. Laurence Danbom, Irish fullback, made the first Notre Dame touchdown In the second period, after a series of line stabs had placed the ball on the Washington four yard line. Andrew Pupils, quarterback, converted from placement. In the third period Bob Wilke heaved a long slanting pass to Joe O'Nell from the Washington 12 for the second Irish marker, Pupils again making the extra point from placement. The Notre Dame huskies made 18 first clowns, compared with Washington's four, and drove 356 yards from scrimmage to their opponents' 99. The Irish attempted 11 forward passes, completing -.six. while the Washington eleven tr'led 13, four being successful. Notre Dame made 248 yards from rushing as against 54 for Washington U. The lineup and summary: NOTI? F. DAME O'Nein StclriKcrru'er ., I, Hilt ,l. H . .!. me championship trophy will be i lacuiar remrr. iiihu i epu-u uie muy pasM,s. uP rlPfj tn(. linft ,,nfi rir 1 to the Pratt and: Ps tne msaaers a.temi ma our- rd th(. omis for fim flottm anrl , v: officially presented will be presented tn the G. Fox and Company representatives. period Lineup: HOLY CROS3 I Shu iris . . . . (aln Carr i Mmitner I Luciftno Arkansas Rallies and Upsets liaylor, 11-10 Fayetteville, Ark.. Oct. 10 iAP ) The University of Arkansas Razor- Wlison, Mar- crntcr. Hartllne; backs, .... r.., r.... ... . L i . i ' " i -. v i n i A.irr trailing more than threp roiumh.a suh-t'tutions- rnd, Bsl-j'iarter, Arkansas auddpnlv ncored v'i: ''k. 7. ennski: ua-rt. Ws do. two touchdowns with their iVrial M"'". (:,ni:.: r'"T"J V":'''..""- - i t " i narri i ri m nr. n n i Mruirxin circus In the fourth. WeaU) hAi. Boston University Edges Toledo, 6-0 Toledo. Ohio. Oct. 10 i AP ia third period fumble proved costly to M.mrcwicz tne university 01 Toledo s Rockets today. Boston University recovering on the Toledo 10-yard stripe and putting over a touchdown in two plays to win a muddy battle, 6 to 0. Walker, Boston center, pounced on the ball when it slipped from the hands of Slovak. Toledo halfback. Famiglietti battered through center for seven yards and Thompson went the remaining three yards for the score. The Rotkets plowed deep into enemy territory In the fourth period, reaching the 10-vard mark three times, only to be turned back by fumbles or Intercepted passes. Mountaineer Clip (ienerah. Charleston, W. Vn , Oct. 10 CAP.) Wrst Virginia's Mountaineers overcame a seven-point lead today and pounded out a 28 to 7 vlrtorv over Washington and Iff In .r; .rt. , lh. . . rh . ..Ib. DARTMOUTH ' circling the ends for 22 ; i i ! IM ' . . , jliradley and Dupre iJS K?-Matchcd at Holyoke r,HV'M Holyoke, Mass., Oct, 10. Spe-Hiiinworth ciai.,ror the second time, after i "Handrahan ! battling all even In their first, match aDo.it e.gm weeKs ago, lonv Dupre of Manchester, N. H anrl Ruov Bradley, dusky Holyoke vet-ran. will fight for the New I.'ngland bantamweight championship over the 12-round rou'jj. Monday night in the Valley Arena. In a companion 10-rounder. Smiling Joe Gelinas of At hoi tangles with Jerrv Maloni, hard hitting Sprlni'field Italian. Thev. too, re- iirrh iltol- itmw.l.n, ...... .. .. Drill) (.lemson, 2.)-0 nlng a skirmish from Maloni last , .,.-.. ,r, . n , spiinir 'Hie u)-tutcr relurns to Hie Durham K ( . O. I. 10AP nlil, fl(.r n n,.v(.ral , ,.; (,vr. Dukes thr.hlng Blue Irvi;s, varying jraHured Jaw. Thev nle ponrer plays Willi drceptive perform- ' w ances. slid through deep mud to n. 7,,,, fors flrr. on tap ,)-)hnnv dedsiv- 25 to 0 victory over a fight-; prout, Northampton, mingles with ing Clemson tram here today before j jf,ir,nv n;,ra 110.sk 1 of I'ittfmld. 5000 fans. 1 Jnhnnv Iliuso of West Knniif field Heavy rain fell intermittently In ha. Arthur Hubert of the Mt.Tom I MillKlef j Kuhnrlch jCronm ! Zwers . . danger. J'i Z. attempts On vis gained lOfti jte n 'the wroiW p.-rlcwl feci 'broke ! lJiibmi fb Bukant yarc.s. piercing the line (or 92 and:throuKh rlthi 'ai-kle f'rr the wood I Scorn hv ncriort' lirnnown 111 trie iiiirn pfTKo. i n . , rt. . , re . . . '4 . . .lh. rh. WASHINGTON UlUUKIUll . ... Tomlin.son , .. HcrlaKrif)lll lf lonly Unwrnfln Hafcll Klein Hutlen Yore C'urlev Dounherty Il'-ll'HtO Yablonsky Score hy period's: Holv crow 0 0 0 7-7 Hnlv Crow scoring. Touchiown, O-maTmkl; point iroin try !'. r touch-clown. Kifid (plare-klck 1 ; Hfiy Cron ub',tltut,lon. end. O'Dnncli; backn, Bnrtolomeo. Latati?!. C)niankl. K"n?. Dartmouth mihitit uteK, ends, Pyrtek, Dnvan; taikie. TavkT. guard. McCrav: center, Mudke- link'. Kin, Contl. Clates, C'iark. ChrlMiaiisen. Duke's IJIuc Devils vImiom t.f..,rf.u in Tne Ilnnl ouarier aftr a y'it t't M'jnahfin pak h;d pained 4S si'trts ni.rl put (he hnll In cnriin uositlon l-iood went through lef t-ickle for the touchdown. Lineup. N Y AOOIE3 CONN 8 T Clark le Moriehan Hrerien It. Davidson flvtitck Ik Kadu rc . . . . rt . ... re .... . ...dh .Ihh. Anderwin .. Tavlor . . Omso . . CJerent Alhlrlo Kiel fnk T'earon ("ailnhan T'efora , Heller . Iiranlean Duck rh. Bcore hv nuarter: N Y. Al 0 C'mn. Mrtte Teachers 0 0 0 ! Aaz'.m tourhd'iwni. Heller and c'.fo Conn. Hiate 'J eachers toucnrlown KI.-.M Hoh-i'itute.- N Y At'f!e. Trelnrid ' f-ii ' "hk I'' i: rk for Heller: Hewitt, f"' I'Miinik: HeilniNii for t'hmlcl:: Al-e.lhet f,r l''ari'n Conn fl'jiie. fvt',rks for- rifS Mrr, Mn'f-h for Refiulr' FtVRii f-ir lftvd on. Ciorman for Clerent, (Irlfhth f"r MouHhhn. I ItaiiReri. Thlstlea Tie. Glasgow, fx t It) AP I CilasKOW 0-14 6 6 Notre Dnrne 0 7 7 Washington 0 0 0 Wafhlncton fenring: Touchdown nukant: Notre Dame xcorlne: Touchdown;' Dnnbom, O'Nell; point after touchdown-Puplla 2 (placement). Villanova Steps On Penn Staters State College, Oct. 10. fAP.) A powerful and alert Villanova Col-IcKe football team scored it third ihh benCier1 consecutive victory of the season to- I before a home-coming crowd of 15,- n-n ' oon. 6-6, Led bv thp reliable) Anriv Rtisnnoe I1'-of Wlllinmsport, Pa., wiio scored both touchdown. on end runs. Vii- BY GRATTAN O'CONNELL. Yale Bowl, New Haven, Oct. 10. Fighting In gray fog in the deep valley of their vast Yale Bowl, the Yale football team dug cleats into slippery grass one yard from their own goal line to smash apart a drive by one of the best teams to wear Penn's time-honored Red and Blue and then defeat the Pennsylvania Invaders, to 0, with an aerial attack . with which they struck into the Quakers' end zone for the only touchdown of the irame In trie third period. More than 15.000 watched the game. Old Pennsylvania, rich in football tradition, backed the lighter Blue team toward Its own goal posts in the first and second quarters, Yale's line, battered by a big, hard-charging set of Red and Blue forwards, being driven back through the mists but before the last wisp of fog lifted from the bowl early in the second half, the Bulldogs, suddenly aroused, were on their way to victory. The victory was the mteentn lor Yale In 16 games with Pennsylvania since 1879. . Frank Yale Spark. Clint Frank, 175-pounds redheaded half-back, was the Yale dynamo, spinning off yardage consistently on the slippery field and, in the second quarter, firing the forward pass that gave Yale its winning seven points. Sharing the Yale glory with Frank was Charlie Ewart, 160-pounds New Haven junior, who raced Into the Penn end zone to grab Frank's game-winning aerial and was a Blue brilliant almost throughout the second half when the Ells, finding their speed and precision with a fire-cracker's snap, battered and thoroughly outclassed the Quakers. Two Great Yale Stands. Yale made two glorious goal line stands, "digging in" for the first 12 yards from the last stripe when, after a punting du?l between Frank Murray, Penn halfback, and Dave Colwell, of Yale, both of whom sent lofty .spirals soaring throtmh the fog, Jim Hauze. Red and Blue center, and Bob Scheune-mann, two of the best In the bis? Penn line towering in the mists, charged through the Blue wall to smash down one of Colwell's kicks with a thrilling double-block and Hauze pounced on the ball Just outside Yale's "lO." There the Yale forwards, battered since the first kick-off. rose, inspired and four times smashed down Penn plays, dropping Frank Murray and Lewis Elverson, hardhitting Red and Blue backs, without gains. The beleagured Yale line had to "dig In" again close to Its posts in the second peried when Penn, taking a Colwell punt on its "30," struck: deep into Blue territory and set the ball within a yard of the Ells' goal line. Elverson, Penn's lightning gaited, rifle-armed back, shot a long pass to Kirkleskl, who fell with the ball on the Yale "43" and half-spinner by Kurlish and Kirkleskl gave the Red and Blue team a first down on the Yale "37." The fleet Elverson, then stepped off the Yale right wing on a wild 20-yards gallop. Colwell blasted from his path by a smashing block, and Frank, the last Blue tackier, pulling him down with a desperate tackle. With their big forwards ripping some wide holes in the panickv BIiip line. Penn's Elverson and Kirkleskl planted the ball, first down, four yards from the Elis' goal line before Yale again blasted the hard-charging Quakers' goal-ward drive. Stopped on "One." Kirkleskl hammered the ball to the two-yards line and an off-side penalty set it on the "one" but here three "shots" at the Blue line were smothered under swarms of blue Jersies, and, on the last try Bill Dickens. Al Wilson and John Castle leaned from their own goal line to nail Murray, diving at the Blue's lefrt guard, in his tracks. Yale's great stand marked the end of the half. Yale drove home its touchdown and cast the first chill of discouragement into the Penn team. be ginning to tire, in the third o riod. A forward pass from Clint Frai to Larry Kell'ey, who leaped nign to snare it on the Pen "40," and reverses by Frank and Hessberg, who slanted through wide holes at the tackles, set the Flls on Penn's "six." There the touchdown-hungry Yale lanova completely outplayed the , team was penalized five yards for Nitannv Lion. who scored a sur- , backs in motion but the penalty IMJ.M- it w u i.riumpn last year, nnlv momentarily halted the Blue Penn State only once penrti-ated I drive toward the Penn citadel. Vilhuiova's territory, reaching the! A Hessberg slant off the Penn left vi.sltor.' 45-yard line In the first wing failed to gain and a Frank to period. Mntt pass went awry but then villanova gained nearly 200 yards Frank arched a perfect long shot bv rn.shitic and scored 10 first, downs RaiiKers and Patrick Thistle p'nverl to State's four. Villanova also broke the twenty-third annual gridiron . the first half. rmiMrig pools along j CH"C camp for an opponent, and a 2-2 draw in the final of the CHa.s- i up Penn State's aerial attack, per-game between the two schools, the sidelines and making the foot- j Armand Masse of Holyoke draws bow Soccer Cup at ibrox Park nutting oniv two passe, good for About 8000 saw the gam bail slippery. Charley Eiicy of AiUot today. 3& yards, to' be completed. to his left and little Charlie Ewart was under It, reaching high to grab the ball in the end zone, untouchej (Concluded on Page 6 This Sec) 1

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