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THE SUN, BALTIMORE, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1), 1047 Army Eleven Stretches Unbeaten Streak To 32 Games In Beating V.P.I. PACE 2 SCORES-40-0 GRID VICTORY Virginia Tech Held To Only Three First Downs West Point. N.Y.. Oct. 18 UP) Army held Virginia Tech in complete subjugation today, overwhelming the Southerners, 40 to 0, tjiereby extending its brilliant string of consecutive games without defeat to 32. i Army also remained unscored upon in its four games this season. Tech managed to get only as far as Army's 45-yard line, and was held to three first downs. But the plucky invading team started out stubbornly, holding Army scoreless through the first period and twice-taking the ball on downs inside its 10-yard line. Rip Rowan, Charles Gabrielle, Amos Gillette and Bobby Stuart I were Army's big ground gainers, while -Floyd Bowles, at quarterback looked best for Tech, although three of his passes were intercepted to set up Army touchdowns. 5 Runs 47 Yards The longest run of the game was fv 47 yards, made by Gillette as pjrt of a steady Army drive that sorted on its own 15 soon after te second half opened. Gillette, vio was almost cornered eoinff managed to keep his feet and break ' center and Arnold Galiffa scored from the half-yard lineto make it-26-0. Army's first two touchdowns came in quick succession at the etart of the second period. The first score climaxed a steady drive down the field with Rowan going over from the six-yard line, standing up. Winfield Scott engineered the next when he squirmed 40 yards only to be run out of bounds on the Tech 3 He crossed the line on the next play. Lead 19-0 At Half Three Army touchdowns came as the direct result of intercepting Bowles's passes to make the score 19-0 just before the end of the first half. Tom Bullock, substitute center, snagged an aerial and re turned to Tech's 26. Galiffa passed to Davis Parris. in the end zone on the next play. In the third period Rowan caught another of Bowles's throws, ran to Tech's, 8. and then rounded his left end to score. The third instance was in the final period when Charles Gabrielle intercepted, ran down the sidelines and then lateralled to John Shelley v ho was pushed out on t he Tech 10. a 40-yard gain, from there Gil lette scored to make it 40-0. Army's mastery was shown statistically by the fact, the Cadets gained 392 yards by rushing against .only 10 for Tech. The two teams were equal- in forward passing, However, each making 48 yards through the air. rm Virginia Tech Fars L! Honkins .... Ventulaa Barbour . Burns -a. o r , l t S-fff L G V")!MD C I-nrr . . .... P O COOAf Brvant R T . ...... Ifner Trent , R F Smith Ou9fscn ... OB Bonier. Kckmuil .... R IT '' Winsrn P-'.art , L H D-shao f-an F B ...... Pcarce Score b inods' Armr . 0 19 14 740 Virg.nia Tech .0 0 0 0 0 Armr cor!n TouchdownsRoan f2 Bcot! ub for puar!i. Prri'h sub fnr Oustaf -on . OaMa itub fir Parrh. Oil-!-t isi for oahfTai. Points afler touch-con Mactmuil (4. Statistics Army Virgtnla Tech is Flrtt down . ... 3 2?2 ..Yards t'npd runhlm (nrtl . , . 10 17.., Foriil psf nlfmnlfd ... 25 4 . F,f,rfctd prissfa complf-trd . , . 5 4S Yartia bT forward pphsps . . 4 7 Foraard pfi Inti-rrpptfd b 3 .Yds ran baca Int-crcco. pas r . 27 IS 3 Pun! ins iff. from acri mm 33 9 P0 Totnl yards all kiclti rlum"d . 8 1 .Oppnrn' fumhlcs recovered. . 1 50 ... .Yards 105.1 by penalties .... 5 Wm.'& Mary Bows To North Carolina Williamsburg, Va Oct. 18 7P)- North Carolina R3ined a 13-7 tri umph over previously undefeated William and Mary in a Southern Conference football game at Cary Field today. The fourth quarter was only sec onds old when Lex rammed into Carolina's forward wall, let the leather bounce from his hands on his 19-yard line, where End Ken Powell sprawled on it for North Carolina. It took North Carolina only six P'ays to push over the touchdown that was to knock William and Mary from the conference leader-.thip. Charlie Justice engineered the winning touchdown march. Pupa punching over from inside the one. Navy-Cornell vav j.uufi i. r . N Smi:h L T ' ' ,' ' r :nffoa . . I. o frotl C P-h;rlt R G '.'.'.'.' Shimna ....... RT...... P.an RF .... B'Mr.r ... OB r-j. v L h ' SchToeSertr.an . . R Hi,., Kmiai F.B Score b priod: ,NVT 7 10 Cornel . . . . 7 6 Corn'll . Uifialo Unix Buwh Pamir Otiuin We''hal Boiler Dean , . Dnvson . . Holland . . Wrmht 1438 018 Navy acorint touchdown Hawklna '2), f.rtii:fr. Rjn. Hornr PoinU after lou' hooa-n Wilia Si. Field oal Wllla. Corne.i scoring touchdowns Kretz. Ca--:i Ditstin. Point after touchdown Dean. St:b(i'utlon N'tvy endi. Franier. Rm-J':.. Anarern. R Smnh. Ridriernof. Mc-fc.-oT, tklr, Strahlejr. Knoizen, Ta:;ll-fnr Kanalcanui: auarda. Hunt. Conner, whiaecit. Wier- centers. I,arence. Key, ,1 kfm. brt. Home. Klileen, Farl. Moore. A-tioid Aiiiet, Oerber. Abromltls. Wills. Si.inti!stion rnrnelt end. Rorr. B;uka. avel. Robeon: tatklen. Crynk '.' fareell. Dms suarrts. Pasravage. ih'au!h DrM; renters. Cronln. KnUrt; ca.. fraa-ki. Kretz. Babula. Bradley, aitaca. Time of periods 15 m. . statistics Na ra f l :e. i 3 I'oi' j7. Cornell r irsr flnwr- a Ya.rd talned riuhlnt fnet) , 19 Forward pasted attempted... 17 . ... Pa&a complrled 8 ....Yardu gained pantea 15i ... "lolal offense ....171 . Par Intercepted by 1 . .. Suraben of punts 7 Average distance punts.... 40 . Yards runback pum o ...Yarda runback kickoffs.. ... 46 Fumble 3 . . Own fiimblej recovered 1 ... . . Penalltea 3 ...Yards loit. penalties , 10 4. 1 . za. t ' -'-St ' 4 ' S K MIDSHIPMAN STOPPED Bob NAVY DEFEATS CORNELL, 38-19 Middies Take First Victory In Twelve Starts By ROBERT ELMER (Continued from Page 1) their own 46, which went all the way. Sweeping 54 yards in ten plays, Hawkins capped the drive by bucking over from Cornell's 2 after two 15-yard passes from Baysinger to Ryan and Art Markel had kept the attack rolling. Wills made the after-touchdown point and Navy went to the front to stay, 14-13. Following another punt exchange, Navy, with just two minutes remaining in the half, swept 33 yards in two plays to set the stage for a field goal by Wills on the last play of the half. Bobby Home threw a long pass which Ryan caught on Cornell's 25 and raced down to the 13 before being dumped out of bounds. Four sec onds showed on the clock, so Coach Hamilton called on Wills, and the youngster answered with a three- pointer which he booted from the 13-yard line, 15 yards inside the east boundry line. Ryan Scores On Pass After trailing, 17-14, at half-time, Cornell produced it's best drive of the game in the third period, marching from it's own 30 to Navy's 16. However, the big Navy line mobbed Dean trying to pass twice in succession and Navy turned right around and soared 84 yards in only nine plays for it's third touchdown. With McCully, Hawkins and SchwocrfTerman running wild and Baysinger pitching timely passes, the Middies scored on an 8-yard bullet pass over the line from Bay-singer to Ryan. Wills's conversion made it 24-13 for Navy. Then Cornell pulled one out of the hat. After a brilliant coffin corner punt by Baysinger went out on the Cornell three-yard line, Dean dropped back as if to punt and get the ball out of danger. Hawkins Scores Agaip Instead, the clever field-general threw a seven-yard pass which Dawnon caught in Navy's secondary defense and the latter raced the r?.st of the way for a touchdown. He ran right in front of the wildly cheering Cornell undergraduate section, eluded Baysinger's tackle on Cornell's 30, and side-stepped a last minute tackle by SchwoeiTer-man on Navy's 30 to go all the way. So the final quarter found Navy leading only by five points despite their having nushcri the Cnmcllin all over the gridiron. Two coffin cor ner punts by Baysinger kept Cornell deep in its own territory, and finally the Middies annliprf the clincher by zooming 79 yards for a iQuciidown in 12 plays. Hawkins again capped the drive by plunging over from the 2 and Wills fired his fourth straight extra-point through ihe uprights. Navy added its fifth and final touchdown within the last three minutes of play. Russell Intercepts Pass Roy Russell intereeDted npan's pass on Cornell's 2fi. and n.iw reached paydirt in five plays. Earl, Kin ADromitis and Home carried to the 1 from where Home went over on a quarterback sneak. Navy's line, featuring anniher outstanding exhibition by it's center ana team captain, uick Scott, and aggressiveness from end to , end, held Cornell to 19-yards rushing, besides opening up wide holes for the Tar backs to scamper through. Texas A.& M. Hows To Texas Christian Fort Worth. Texas, Oct. 18 (P) With Lindy Berry in the starring role. Texas Christian upset the Texas Aggies, 26-0, in a Southwest Conference game here today. Thirty thousand fans jammed T.C.U.'s stadium for the fiftieth anniversary of the two schools' grid rivalry and saw the winners break a listless first-period defense duel by scoring once in the second period, twice In the third and again in the final quarter. ScliwoefTerman, of Navy, downed Princeton Eleven Defeats Colgate In 20-To-7 Clash Princeton, N.J., Oct. 18 A slightly underdog Princeton foot ball team today scored a 20-to-7 victory over Colgate. The shirtslfleved spectators in Palmer Stadium saw the Princeton eleven score late in the first period on a one-yard plunge by John Powers, again in the second quar ter on a brilliant 64-yard punt return by George Sella, and in the final quarter on a whack at the line by Powers after a 50-yard pass play, Val Wagner to Sella, had placed the ball in scoring position. The lone Colgate score came shortly after Glen Treichler had returned the kickoff 43 yards tolhe Princeton 49 to start the third quar ter. Aided by a 15-yard penalty against Princeton for unsportsmanlike conduct, Colgate advanced to the 2. from where Muehlheuser went over standing up. Colgate Drives Halted Princeton seemed definitely on the run at that point as Carroll Mc-Loughlin was clicking with passes to a variety of receivers, but a fumble checked one promising Colgate drive and an interception by Art Burns on the Princeton 28 stymied another. From that point on the pendulum swung toward the home team. The Wagner-Sella 50-yard pass setting up the final Princeton touchdown was the killer. After the Tigers had scored as a result of that play, Colgate's orriy hope was in connecting with long passes, and it couldn't do it. Princeton had one bright scoring chance early in the first period which it muffed. It had marched Kentucky Bcals Vandcrhilt, 14-0 Nashville, Tenn.. Oct. 18 MP) Kentucky had its backs and its 'T' formation functioning to perfection today to defeat the hitherto un-' beaten Vanderbilt, 14 to 0, in a Southeastern Conference contest. Coach Paul Bryant's swift-striking T-model system, newly installed this year at Kentucky, completely; imothered Coach Red Saunders's orthodox single wing which up to today had carried the Commodores to three straight victories. Kentucky Vanderbilt . .L. T.V North . L.T Canlrell . .L G Robertson . . C , Clark . . R O Co 'o r . R.T Cooo . .R.i , Elllnsrton . O B Baushn . I..H Mnlly Senxcl Mcrinl !alr rthtid'mvre Yarutls . . . Orlffln .lone Bli-nda .... Boiler Harris Truman F.B . . Pnhllnn I ocore by periods: K-H rkv 7 7 0 014 Vanderbilt 0 0 0 0-- 0 Kentucky urorlna: Tatirlidnwna - Bin nda . Sencel, Points alter touchdown BlanUa, 2 (Placements). Norlli western Trounceil IJy Michigan Griddcrs (Conllmied from First Sport Page and Chappuis rounded left end for the final two yards. Brieske made it 35-7. On the first play after the kickoff Farrar fumbled and White recovered for Michigan on the 25.; Weisenburger scored on the third' rush. Michigan held and started again from their own 31. Teninga passed to Ford for 23 yards and Weisen burger broke 30 yards through tackle for a touchdown. Brieske kicked his seventh straight conversion or a 49-7 score. Michigan Northwestern Mann Gorskl Hllkene . L.T Maddock Totri3Sl L.G Parsegian While C ' Price Wllkins R G DiFrancesca Prituia k.t Dewell Rifenbur RF Wllteen Verges OB Farrar rhanmils R . H Holland r", Elliott R.H Worlhlnalnn Wei.veiiiiiirKer , .. F.B . Murakowskl Michigan 14 14 21 049 Northwestern . . 7 0 0 1421 Mlrhican scorins: -Touchdowns Elliott. Fonde t.su'o for Elliott). Peterson (sub for Weisenburger). mann. Chappuis. Weisenburger (21. Points after touchdown Brieske (sub for White). 7. all from placement. Northwestern scoring: Touchdowns Murakowskl (3). Points alter touchdown Farrar (3). Northwestern Michigan 16 First downs 20 792 Net yards gained rushing ... .364 11 Forward passes attempted 16 4 Forward passes completed 7 56 Yards forward passing 136 3 . Forwards intercepted by ... 1 48. Yards gained run-bark Interceptions 0 34 .. Punting average ... 39 IRS . .Total yards, all kicks returned. . .197 2 ... .Opponent, fumbles recovered ... . 4 25 Yards lost by penalties 30 at the 50-yard line by Matt Bolger, from its own 29 with a brilliant and diversified running attack. Colgate dug in on its 4, and tried a placekick, which was low and wide. Returns Kickoff 50 Yards Treichler. in addition to his spectacular kickoiT return opening the third quarter, turned in a 50-yard return of the Princeton kickoff after the Tigers had scored in the first period, but that effort went for nothing as Wagner intercepted a pass soon after the start of the second quarter to blot out any scoring ideas. The heat appeared to handicap both teams, with Princeton apparently the richer in capable reserves who moved in and out of the line-up continually as Colgate gradually wilted under, Jhe pressure of fresh men. Colsate Fft.isnf cht. . . . Rcdfleld Zetkov . . . Vollmer ... Mklfor Bouck Princeton . . , . . Meod Buxton . . Atkinson Burns , Cleveland . Robertson . . . . M?v?r West- . . . Wairner .. ,. Kello . . . Powers . . . ,L.T . . ,L.G .. C . ,R O , . . , . .P..T. . . . Kershaw H. r. Brlrker OB Bnlrri L . . Treichler . . PH.. MitehlheiiHf r . P B . . score d.v periods: Cnltate 0 0 7 0 7 Princeton...... . 6 .7 0 720 Collate Scoring Touchdown, Muehlheuser. Point after touchdown. Onll (fnr Vollmer) I placekick). Princctcn Scorim loucnoowns, rowers zt, sciu. l'o'nts alter tcuchdowns, Ketifl?! 2 (placeklcks). Statistics Colcate Princeton 1 1 13 First downs 128 ... Net yards gained rushlni ' .' .' .' 168 19 ... Forward nassca altemnted If) 8 ... Forward passes completed .'. . 4 121 .... Yards forward Dassintr 110 0 .... Forwards Intercepted by ... . 5 Yards gained 0 .... runback Interceptions 25 36 Funtlnc nvernRe .36 '43 . Total yards, all kicks returned . 101 1 . . Opoonent fumbles recovered . . 4 35 Yards lost by penalties 40 Pcnii Stale Rouls Syracuse By 40-0 State College. Pa.. Oct. 18 (VP) Penn State, still unDeaten after four starts, converted four miscues into touchdowns today to . rout Syracuse University. 40 to 0, before a homecoming throng. Playing the entire game without the services of three regulars, the hosts had trouble getting under way but once their offense beean to roll Syracuse was unable to stem the tide. Syracuse, meanwhile, made it easy, by an endless series of errors. The first period ended in a scoreless tie but then. Penn State's 140-pound reserve halfback. Elwood Petchcl, came on the scone to spark a drive which carried 81 yards to pay dirt. The score fame on a nine-yard pass play from Petchel to Jeff Durkota. Petchel scored again on a seven-yard sweep around end before bowing out in favor of the reserves. Hyracusft penn State Srhlffner . . Tamburo Orzibowskt Herlihv ....L.T ... Norton Schmidt I. G.... J. Drazenovlch C ,i Beattv R fl nhe r'lacco 5le R.T Nolan urnaotta R.K. . ; . Cs-.ekat fills O.B....C. Dras-.nnovlch t!n I-.B William Slovenskl R.B Tiinlett Burhsbaum F B Durkota Score by periods: 8vracu'e 0 0 0 0 0 Penn State 0 13 14 13- 40 Penn State srorlnv Touchdowns Dur-irotn. Petchel (for Williams). Roxel (for Durkota) 2. Gorlnskl (for Durkota). Pal-mer (tor C. Drazenovlch). Points after loucnoowni, u?.PKaj (placements). Football Scores (Continued from First Sport Page) Potomac St. 7 Davis-Elkins 0 Miss. State . . 34 Duquesne . 0 Ran. Macon. 35 Catholic U.. 0 Florida 7 N.C. State.. 6 Elon 3 Newberry.. 0 Wofford . 6 Guilford... 0 SOUTHWEST T.C.U 26 Texas A.&M..0 S.M.U 14 Rice 0 Baylor 32 Texas Tech. 6 E. Texas St. 33 Houston.... 7 W.Texas St. 38 Hardin 0 Texas. 21 Arkansas... 6. FAR WEST California. . 21 Wash. St... . 6 U.C.L.A .... 39 Stanford ... 6 South. Cal.. 48 Oregon St. . 6 Oregon . . . 6 Washington 0 Montana St. 13 Montana... 12 Utah 13 Denver 7 Colorado... 9 Brig. Young 7 Denver 77 Utah 13 Wyoming .33 Utah State.. 19 Colo. A.& M. 28 Colo. Coll. . 7 Idaho 20, Portland. . . 14 of Cornell, on a punt return. HARVARD TOPS HOLY CROSSJ-0 Victors Score Touchdown On Pass In Third Period Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 18 (P) Harvard scored a 7-0 victory over Holy Cross today at the stadium. Holy Cross a.so was coming off a defeat and those keen New England rivals appeared destined to put on a tame stalemate until the third period, when the still-weary hosts rallied suddenly on their 25-yard line and drove for their touchdown. It came when Johnny Fiorcntino pulled a 14-yard pass from Chip Gannon out of the hands of two defenders in the Holy Cross end zone. Played Listlessly Until then, both toams had played listlessly in midsummer heat. Holy Cross appeared to have power to burn and most of it did when it was rammed into Harvard's wide variety of defenders which ranged from five to nine-man lines. The spark that set off Harvard's second straight win over Holy Cross and its fifteenth In a 22-game series, came when Bobby Sullivan punted outside on Harvard's 25. Gannon, taking off on a third-down play, made ten, and then Fullback Paul Lazzaro, who has taken over for the permanently sidelined captain, Vince Moravec. banged through the middle, .14 and six yards, respectively, to Holy Cross' 25. With pay territory In sight for the first time. Ken O'Donnell moved Harvard an additional ten by passing to Left-Winger George Hill. Then the left-handed Gannon took over and contacted Fiorcntino, despite the fact that he appeared hopelessly surrounded by Cru saders Bob Sullivan and Walt Sheridan. Boots Extra Point Harvard's unneeded seventh point was provided by the unusually dependable Bill Harrison, who rides the Harvard bench until the stage is set for a placekick conversion. Just before the first half ended, O'Donnell battered down a long fourth-down heave from Sheridan to Leo Troy, a receiving specialist, on Harvrad's two-yard line. But Holy Cross's only impressive march of the game was made early in the finale. The lusty booting Wally Flynn punted to Ray Sullivan and that younger brother of Crusader Co-captain Bob returned it . 15 yards to Harvard s 45. Pass Aroses Fans Then Holy Cross fans jumped to their feet as Walt Brennan arched to Jim Dieckclman on Harvard's 25. But the Crusaders' rooters slumped a few seconds later when Bob Sullivan took over the passing assignment and threw into the arms of Center Don Stone, who returned the interception 10 yards to his own 25. Just before lime expired. Bren nan tried a do or-die pass from Holy Cross' 39-yard line, but Jim Noonan. who, like all the other Harvard secondaries, was prepared for just such gambde. bobbled it up and his teammates froze the ball until the sixtieth minute died. Harvard Ftorentlno Houston Drvaric Stone . . . Feinbere . . Markham . . Hill O'Donnell . Noonan . . . Gannon Holy Cross Costello Pftroski Disanei Defflev Relllv Parker Hnllidav Brennan B. Sullivan Farreli Kissell . L. E. . L. T. . .L.G. . . C . . R G. . .R.T. ..RE. . .P. B. . L.H . R. H. ..F.B. Lazzaro Harvard Holy Cross . Harvard scoring . . . . 0 O 7 0 7 .0 0 0 0 0 Touchdown, Florentino. ?oint after touchdown Harrison (for Voonan) (placekjcJO- . Baylor Team Thumps Texas TecliBy 32 To 6 Lubbock. Texas. Oct. 13 .P) Baylor defeated Texas Tech. 32-6. and remain undefeated and untied. Baylor had a tremendous edge in the statistics, rolling up 314 yards rushing to Tech's 16 and making 16 first downs to Tech's six. The losers held the edge in passing, however, completing six for 137 yards while Baylor connected on five for 54.. CKOSS-COUNTRY Notre Dame 23 Navy Plebes 21 Army 22 Maryland. .. 15 Wisconsin . 34 Polytechnic. 34 Columbia.. 33 Duke 45 VIRGINIA TRIMS W. AND L 32-7 Scores Thrice In Final Period; Win Is Fourth In Row Charlottesville, Va.. Oct. 18 Virginia defeated Washington and Lee, 32-7. before a Commonwealth Day crowd in Scott Stadium. It was the fourth straight victory for Virginia which has yet to be beaten. Billy Pennel, galloped over for the initial Virginia tally after only five minutes of the first quarter. But if the Virginia faithful expected a rout after this early display of power, they soon found they were sadly mistaken, Pennel Scores Again Fennel's second touchdown jaunt, a 34-yard run in the second period, gave the victors a 13-0 edge at halftime, but Washington and Lee closed the gap to 13-7 almost immediately after the second half opened when Charlie Harrington took a Dick Working pass on his own 30 and raced 70 yards to score. That s the way it stood going into the fourth quarter, and it was then that disaster overtook W. & L. Before the last 15 minutes had run their course, Freshman John Papit. Halfback George Grimes and End Carlton Elliott all had crossed over into-pay dirt for Vir ginia and the contest was a closed affair. - John Papit Scores It all started when Quarterback Mike Boyda, the W.& L. kicking ace. booted to Grimes on the Vir ginia 30. Grimes handed off to Pennel, who proceeded to romp 26 yards to the W.& L. 44. Virginia picked up four yards and. on the next play, Papit bulled through 40 yards for the third tally. Virginia had the ball again in less than a minute, when Henry Mastriann. substitute fullback fumbled on the Virginia 38. Vir ginia worked it to the W.&L. 42, from where Grimes broke loose and carried it over. Virginia's last score came with five minutes left, when Dick Michels tossed a 17-yard pass to Elliott in the end zone. Washincion lb Lee Vlrrlnla Elliott . . Kirkland Lukens L.I? McCutcheon Cianctitti . Norman . L.T. .1,0 c R G R.T. Thomas FrlT7ell Bauehmann Barbour Kav Fcreitson Fahcv Bovda Harrinaton Fell R F. Weir OB MrC'arv LH Bailey R H Pennel Michaels Score by oerlods: F.B Jones Washington & Lee 0 0 1 0 7 Virginia 8 7 0 19 .12 Virginia acorlng: Touchdowns Pennel (2). Orlmes tfor Bailey). Paoit (for Jones). Elliott. Points after touchdown Orlmes (2), Washington and Lee scoring: Touchdown Harrington. Point after touchdown Michaels. . Statistics VT.it L. Virginia 12 First downs 15 101 ... .Yards gained rushing (net) ..317 28 . . .Forward passes at tempted 9 11 Forward passes completed 4 197 . . Ysrds by forward passing 72 2 .Forward passes intercepted by... 1 Yards gained runback of 1 .Intercepted pusses 3 37 Punting average (from scrimmage) . 50 16!) .Total yards, all kicks returned.. 90 3. . . Opponent fumbles recovered. ... 3 45 . . , .Yardlost by penalties 35 Maryland Beaten By Duke, 19 To 7 (Continued from First Sport Page) bles that got into the wrong hands kept the visiting team scoreless until the third period. Maryland used 27 substitutes. while Duke threw 19 into a game that was played in weather so hot that few in the crowd could keep their coats on Duke . . . Hardison Gardiner Marshall . . Perklnson . B. Davis Elsenberg Austin Montgomery Fnlacr , . Mulllunn Copley Score bv Derlods' Maryland 0 0 7 0 7 Duke 6 7 0; 619 Maryland scoring: Touchdown Simler. Point after touchdown McHuah (olace-klck. sub for Schwari). Duke scoring: Touchdowns Folger. Clark. Hughes (substitute for Montgomery). Point after touchdown Stenhanz (nhicekick). Maryland substitutions Enda. Evans. Trobn. Wlngate Auasberger: tacklea. Goodman. Krause. Gleruha. Rockmolster: guards. Brogllo, 1cHugh. Murohey. Finaar: centers. Rowden.' Brasher: backs. Baronlx. Larue. Roth. Tucker, sniscak. Benr. ueau- lleu. Targaronl. rurvn. rrnire tuhsiit nt Inns Ends. Lvlea. Dun can. Helss: tackles. Allen. Young, Reese: guards,- Chambers. Knotts. Karl: centers. Wall. oibvnit: harks. Conley. Hodies. Clarke. Hughes. Herlong. Williams. Swal- chick. Hartley, Hosha'i. rrve. Statistics Maryland D'k 1 . . ... r iffSl ty 231... Net. yards gaineo rusning ... 214 ZO ... Forward passes aiieuipiru a Forward passes completed. , . . li 94 4 94 3H 113 Yards forward passing .... 2 . Forward intercepiea ov 5 Yds. gained run-back Interceptions 44 . Punting average . . -i-, i- .It !(,.!,. 1-ahirn.ft fi9 65 Yards lostoy penanies v Penn Eleven Trims Columbia Tram, M-U (Continued from First Sport Page) yards down the side line without being touched. Drove For Score Conch Lou Little's scrappers, thus encouraged, drove 53 . yards fnr Another score me next lime iiiov cot ihe Del let. A 12-yard throw from Rossides to Bill Swiacki pro vided the tally, and Fullback Ven- tan Vah nnski tacked on nis secona extra point to make it Penn 28, Columbia 14. Most of the closing quarter was played in Columbia territory. fnlnmhia Penn Swiacki L.E Littlfton Griggs L.T Savitsky Karas i.i iunnpi Shekitka C Bednank Klemovich . . . K t w O Shaughcssy . . R.T .J,hh'J Gehrke . ... RE McCarthy Rossides Q B lawless Kus.erow L.H Deuber Olson RH Mmlsl Yablonskl r uu"u Score dv oerioas: Columbia 0 0 14 0 14. Penn 11 7 0 634 Pennsylvania scoring: Touchdowns Doonev Ifor Luonso 2. Points after touch--iown Lawless 4 (placeklcks). Columbia 'n-i"V Touchdowns Kufserow. swiackt "olnts after touchdown Yablonskl 2 placeklcks'. Statistics Columbia Penn. 13 200 Id 8 . 144 3 13 ' Si 12 '.54 1 Flrnt downs Yards gained rushing (net). . Forward passes attempted. . . Forward passes completed .... ' Yards by forward passing . Forward passes intercepted by . Yards gained run-back 1 interception . ... . 45 Punting average (from scrimmage) F,R . Total yards all kicks returned . 0 Opponent fumhlea recovered 0 Yards lost, bv , penalties ... SERVICE FOOTBALL 38 202 1 35 "Cher. Point 13 Pensacola... 6 Quantico. . . 57 Camp Lee... 0 Maryland Slmler ... L E Orach L.T. Phllllns LO Kinney C Schwarz F..G Ooodmnn R T. A. Davis R E Selhert OB Id.lk I..H namblno . R H Bonk . F. B Sunlight -Om- SPOIiTS JESSE A. IJHTIflClH S por l llilitor . AT LEAST four txllege football teams were erased ; from the unbeaten and untied ranks yesterday. Yale, Minnesota, Vanderbilt and Marquette tasted defeat for the first time. Wiscons in upset Yale, 9 to 0; Marquette w fiit down to defeat before San Frmcisco; Illinois walloped Minnesota, ' 40 to 13, and Vanderbilt, rated tenth in the Associated Press poll 1 B;t week, was blanked by Kentucky. 14 to 0. Michigan, Notre Dame, Texas, Penn, Virginia, Wl.vst Virginia, Penn State, California, Georgia Tech, Southern Methodist, Baylor and Wake Forest ai among those having unblemished iccords. Army, tied by Illiryis, now has .sned throuch 32 games without de feat, while Navy, without victory through eleven confdsts, finally crashed through at I Uiaca by winning impressively from. Cornell. Michigan negotiate tL its biggest hurdle of the current season by turning aside NorthwrUern to the tune of 49 to 21. RanAiHl first last week by the experts oC the nation Michigan undoubtedly will hold that sDot again this wer.k. Incidentally. Michig im has piled up 222 points in four :jarmes, or ai most a point a minute. Colts A BAD BREAK in tb f 11-America schedule sends the vCllts on the road for a full month rtf tor today's game in the Stadium, t The Colts meet Los Angeles thhs afternoon, and on four successive, weens ap pear in Los Angeles, C blcago, New York and Brooklyn The last three coatee ts on the Colt schedule will be played here Local fans are steam ekl up over their club at this time, atod t Is un fortunate that there will be such a Ions spell between capies. Baltimore's last thro? panics will be played with Buffalo. f ,Viicago and Cleveland. Fans already .are buying tickets for the Buffalo clash here November 23. The tui tvtlent con test between the Colts j nl the Bills apparently has steamed up a bitter rivalry. Regardless what hap tens from here on the local club- las broken into the All-America conference with a bang. Other clufl'K have had one or more years e:pcnence in operation, but from the :flrst game every move here has bt?( n of major league caliber. When Bob Rodenber tend his as sociates looK over the cup someone remarked that he hoped, the new owners would not operra r the franchise on a shoe string., Bob asked the writer with a twinitle in his eye the other day if any rhncstrings had been seen around t fvStodium. There certainly has bccvi no com plaint along that line. , it it Winner PICKING the winner ol' tnmorrow night's fight between CJvcJIone Williams and Roy Miller is'aot an easy task. Williams is well knowui here, and fans know what to explecj of him. Miller hails from Kansm; (City, and is not as well known in til Is section. For that reason the fan probably will install Williams the favorite. Cyclone may win it, bnl. the mere fact Miller has staged his matches in the middle West is no reason why- he can't take William! One big thing in his argument in his con nection. Roy is managed -Jiy Hammering Henry Armstrcrt p. thrice world champion, and it slt'ms like he would not be wasting his time on a dud. Armstrong has been . trying to come up with a topnotlh fighter. and he believes Miller iill be his man. Roy is 21 years olil. has engaged in 50 professional lioyts, and holds victories over s(iie name fighters. Terry, despite his yjuth. per formed like a veterrrn Friday night in the Fayette str t t armory where he scored a technical knockout over Ernie Petrone. t The Garden Club will cfl er a 10- rounder Friday night in tUi armory between Bobby Lee, locd I pride, and Joey Pcralto. Moore s victorv. nc5Untally, gave this column a winn hi g selec tion. The record now stands at 170 winners against 63 loscrs.it Pencheff GKORGK PKNCMKFF. dho was brought to Baltimore to trtpct Jim Londos on the police ben ;lit show in the 5th Regiment ArrrKry several years ago, is back in the United States. A record-in-caking crowd saw Pencheff and. Londos engaged in a lively match. Pencheff brought with RmM from Australia Ken. Kenneth. iiT New Zealand, who defeated E.a 1 Mc-Cready and Losty Broomfif Id for the championship of Austral a. Kenneth has refused on Unary matches since he arrived 3n the United States. He seeks a boift with Frank Sexton for the world title. or with Primo Camera, wlb now is regarded as one of the tcfii chal lengers. The New Zealander is e:p ectea to come East during the net few weeks, and may be seen in .action here. Do You Know That THE GATE for the second fioiis- senmeung doui was twice ig as the first one? In their first meeting Schmi-Jing knocked out Louis in 12 ni .Is, and the match drew $547,000. i.ouis knocked out Schmeling in thp i&rst round in the second bout two j' aars later (1938) and the receipts totaled more than a million. Colorado Gridders Win Rnulrler. Col.. Oct. 18 iftfV- Johnny Zisch, left end, booted a perfect field goal in the final jnix-e UOioraaos cunaiues a di, r - en football decision over tne pips- nam xoung uougais. ft , COLTS TO MEET DONS ELEVEN Pro Gridders To Battle In Stadium Today The Los Angeles Dons invade (he Stadium this afternoon for an All-America Conference pro foot ball clash wilh the Colts at 2.13 o'clock. Conquerors of the champion Cleveland Browns last Sunday, the Dons will be facing the Colts for the first time this season. Next Sunday the same clubs will meet again in Los Angeles. Today's contest also marks the Colts' last appearance here until November 23. when the Buffalo Bills come to town for that eagerly awaited return game between the principals of last Sunday's disputed 20-15 affair in Buffalo. Between' these tests the Colts will wind up their road schedule with successive appearances in Los An geles, New York, Chicago and Brooklyn. Dons Are Favorites Although Los Angeles has won only three and dropped three, the pro-grid savants have dropped the favorite mantle upon the Doni which is not surprising to Coach Cecil Isbell's gridders. The Colts have been the underdog in all six of their games to date, but conference rivals are beginning to be v ry of their bite. With another exciting game in prospect, a banner crowd is being anticipated by Colt officials. Given fair weather a crowd of between 40.000 and 45.000 is expected to be on hand. Another glittering passing duel promises to be one of the day' features with Bud Schwenk. the conference's leading tosser. pitching for the Colts against Chuckin Charley O'Rourke of the visitors. The 30-year-old Donj heaver starred for Boston College before the war. Schwenk has completed 67 out of 125 passes for a total of R27 yards, including three touchdowns. O'Rourke stands fifth among the conference's top passers with 43 completions in 73 heaves for a total of 723 yards and eight touchdowns. Schwenk and O'Rourke may steal the spotlight again, but they'll have plenty of competition from a host of star-studded males. Los Angelei has a line which averages 240 pounds with last year's all-conference center, Bob Nelson, and Burr Baldwin, teammate of the Colts Ernie Case on last fall's U.C.L.A, eleven, among the bettcr-knowns. Glenn Dobbj Returns In the backficld, the Dons feature Glenn Dobbs, most valuable player in the circuit last year and back for another crack at the Colls. Dobbs was with Brooklyn when the Colts opened their season here last month. Then there is Jarrin John Kim-brough, former Texas A.& M. All-American, at fullback for the Dons; Chuck Fenenbock, former U C L A. ace, and Bob Kelly, ex-Notrc Dame star, and Harry Clarke from West Virginia as the outside runners, and the scintillating Reinhard brothers Bob and Bill from California xo. colts L03ANOE1FS No. .An itirre 57 . . . P. Miichell 4 J Lnlotal in Bechio I. F 4S Mrllua I.T if I'renrh L O ,'1 Plilllln 14 Marino . . . 15 1'i-rnirh . . . H O R T r r u II. I.. H R H r.B Radoirh 3 I . Arloe 44 ficntr ! t O Knuilte M p.-lMH "ft 33 M.ular ii7 Case H2 Hillenbrand HI Moblev . . . 76 Slnkwlch Klmi'rouvh 77 R-rves: Colts nd Davu. 51: Jon. 52: Meyera. 55; Hiaurdson, fiti. Gcichell. .v: Koncisky, 54. Tackles drain, ;i(, Kp. 4H; King. 41 Ouards Yok. 30. Zoilrh, 13; Mo. .17. Hliiuln. 4 1. tni-r Hmile. J4. Kodba. 28. HarknOBlvln. 6J Pchwcnit. c4. WrlKht. 71. Merles. 73: Trebotirh. 77; Terrell. 83. Black. B5; Varcllan. 87; nudl.ih. RH. l.na Amteles AaaMiuan. 1. Knds Tllchenal, 50: lla!dln. 52, Noi-Key. 55' Andcrton. 5H: Addams. 5H Tackle Audet. 42: Ciallaahi-r, 45. Smith. 47. Guards Lennan. 32: Krankownkl. ?4. Be. rer.ney. 40. Center.' Danehe. 27: Bron. 9. Backs W. Relnnard. fio, R. Reinhard. 5: HMD. HO: Clarke. H2: PlsaOlt. H4 Krll. B5; Sieuber, B4: Hopp. 95. R. Mitchell. 7. Wake Forest Wins By ;9-7 Score Washington, Oct. Id (D Tom Fetzer threw two passes that went for touchdowns, and then tossed two others that set up scores, to lead unbeaten, untied Wake Forest to a 39-7 Southern Conference vie tory over George Washington today. Only in the first half was it much of a ball game. George Washington hasn t won a game this year but by hustling it managed to keep the score to a respectable 13-7 count at half time. But from there on, it was an Wake Forest. Fetzcr got his passing arm work- ins in a nurry. iwice ne m-avt-u to John 0"Quinn for touchdowns. Navy Plebc Gridilrrs Top Maryland VroAi Annapolis, Oct. 18 MV-Navy's Plebe footballers overcame the Maryland freshmen with a touch down and extra point with only minutes to play and came up with their first win of the season today. to b. rim- Tlnnnprman drove through center for 8 yards and the tying Iniinkrlniirn tn f11 1m I n 3 1 A 73-VSrd march in only five plays. Roger Drew's boot from placement gave the Plebes the slim edge they held . .. i till tne game enaea. Maryland scored near the end of the opening period. Bob Andrcus intercepted a Plebe pass on his own 10 and raced to the Navy 40. A combination lorwara-iau-rai ami a : i aUj. a series ot piungcs carni-a io Navy 5. There Joe Kulchta rammeci cnarrl tn the 3-vard stripe, fumbled and recovered in the end zone lor me atari ianu touchdown. Wichita Eleven Wins Wiohita. Kan.. Oct. 18 (.3) Abilene Christian College fell short with a desperate, last-minute drive today as Wichita University took a 7-to-0 football victory from the Texans in their first gridiron meeting.

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