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SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1930 'A THIRTEEN - 3 V - 1 o GENE ELLIS J3ETS ROY STEVENS HERE OCTOBER 27 SUNDAY NEWS AND LEADER, HOUSER FIGHTS SERGEANT RED; 32 - ROUND CARD Foster and Rouhghouse Battle Six Rounds; Three Other Bouts Due HEY HI determined to get U)l Hoy Stevens licked or test under fire io long bell either become a champion of torn eort or wilt under the lire. The Springfield m Id die weight champion Satur day wss signed to meet Oene DIM, M"kogee'i boier promoter, In the 10 - round main event of the American Legion's second of a aeries of all - etar carda, to be stsged at the enlarged Convention hall arena next Monday night, October 27, Promoter Murphy announced. . . . In the six - round scmlwlndup, Routbliouse Houser, the boy who wss knocked otf by 8teven In hi1 flret appearance here laat summer, and the boy who trounced 8heirlll Jemes a couple of times, takea on the slugging Sergeant Red roster, also of Muskogee. In what promises to be almost as much of an attraction ai the main go. Houser and Foster both hav been j Jtcked by the whirlwind Stevens In bout here, ao the fane are familiar with the merlta of both men. Houaer has Improved considerably alnce fighting here, while Foster haa a couple of good hands again and will be at his beet for the Bcammon, Kan. youngster. . HEN Stevena whlp - 1 ped Foster the last time. Etlia. who operates the stable i of boxers thst In - dudes Foster, Im - 1 mediately an - , ;nnrert th.t he would come up here and whip Stevens himself or walk back home. And Promoter Murpi.y. after dickering In vain with Chief Terrapin and some of the other boya. finally has decided w vase Ellis up on It. . Bill nnnUr P mund unbua ow Jimmy Owm. the former Springfield middleweight who used to be a etablemate of Clyde ' Chaataln here. "1 believe nil will be a better Snatch for 'Stevens than any boy we have had here," Murphy said Saturday. "EWe Is everything but t champion In Oklahoma and I sincerely believe he may whip Stevens. Boy got a draw with Luther Aehford and haa earned the right to meet HIM. and I think Springfield fans like him." . Ellis Is a knockout specialist, hsr - lng an awful wallop, and In all his career only four boxers hsve been able to go the route with him In Oklahoma. They are Eri'.or Johnny Murphy. Bobby Dugan, Phil Kirk - ham and Jimmy .Owens. SHOW of 33 rounds of boxing will be presented, with two other s 1 z - I rounders and a four - round curtain raiser to be added. .In the latter Dee Lay ton has been Jy't signed for a return ftf NyV. match with Buck Q Martin of Joplln, no anocaca oub the 8prlngfleld featherweight la a '. great bout here last week. One" thousand more seats will be Installed at Convention hall In plenty of time for the next show. Including mors than 250 ringside seals. The partition at Convention hall will be torn away and choice aeats will be placed on the north balcony that M now hidden from view. Indications were Saturday that Tiger Jock Fox, the popular negro heavyweight, would be given the opponent of his lifetime In one of the ilx - rounders Purdue Blisters Iowa's Hawkey es In Early Attack i J Tht A"clol"f Preas IOWA CITY, Iowa. Oct. 18. Steam, accumulated since Michigan clamped safety valve on the Bollermakere ft week aeo. drove the Purdue machine to a 20 - 0 triumph over Iowa here this Tternoon. ' A f30 - yard march down the field In the first three minutes of play and a pair of aensatlonal dashes around the ! ends for 80 and 70 yards, respectively, accounted for Purdue's three scores. It was Iowa's third consecutive de. fest snd the lone Big Ten gsms cn the Hawkeye schedule. A Dads Day throng of 25.000 ssw the contest. Iowa showed plenty of ground gaining power, rolling up 11 first downs against eight for the vMltors. Twice the Hawkeyea drove Into acorlng territory only to be halted by the fall, ure of their pass attack. Thanks largely to the two long runs for touchdowns, the visitors were credited with 324 yards from scrimmage against 189 for the Hawkeyes.. v v .1 f At sr - - vfcllK: tNseB, Alonr.0 6tagg, 68 years old. got out ! on ths field the other dsy snd ! blocked snd tsckled with his squad. 1 Maybe the old boy plans to inter - - Was Point. GOLF SHOTS - . .... . ( - - - - - - By VIC i1 , is ' - m y - 1 "( . - VH,T - " foursoM6 n shooting CcobroLF - , - S J - 1 , ' - Ir - nr - ' lb TMe fllTST 10.000 ReAbtRS UlhO " rtz i ee - Nb ih, mp corbect nsuc .' - A.' - - rS . U' UIIU AIRMAIL A rSl)TlFll. - t - - sVr"r ""N. Croch pLATeb, tie ece UNftfc ' ' Closing Gun Stops Ames, Cornhuskers Win, 14 - 12 Lanky Sophomore Goes in Late and Runs Wild, Almost Upsetting Touted Nebraskans; Iowa State Gets Breaks Late By Te inwoW TrrM AME8, Iowa, Oct. 18. Richard' Orefe, lanky sophomore sub qusrter - back, aped across State field today to turn what had appeared to be a typical Nebraska powerhouse on - " " W th. bark of the timers gun prevented the youthful flash from LVs Moines from winning slucle - i handed ly the Cyclone's first Big Six conference game of the season. The final score of Nebraska 14. Iowa State 12, tells only part of the story. The Cornhuskers played. Iowa 8tate otf Its feet In the first half. Scarlet thatched Young and sophomore Mathls led th way to two touch downs, ens tbs dlreot fsault oC evB. Sows sjtate ttsmbls, Frahm, veteran halfback, converted both points after touchdown and Nebraska seemed well on Its wsy to vie. tory. It wss then thst Coach Noel Workman called for Orefe. He squirmed through - smsll holes for ysrdage when accounted, and fired long passes into the arms of mates. ' In the third period, Iowa State got ths ball on lu own 12 - yard line. A pass and aevrral line plays advanced to Nebraska's 40 - yard line and then Orefe opened up with a 36 - yard heave to Bowen. Nebraska Interfered with a paaa after two line plays and the Cyclones were given a first down on Georgia Wins Easy Carolina Struggle By Score of 26 to 0 ATHENS, Ga., Oct. 18 Georgia's conquerors of Ysle, plsced with fighting set of North Carolina Tsr - heels for three quarters here todsy, then settled down to work and de feated them 28 to 0. In doing so the'y gained 393 yards from scrlmmsge. against S4 for the Tarheels, 13 yards on passes to 39, and scored 20 first downs to six for the Invaders. Approximately 20.000 fans who witnessed the game at Sanford field however, saw ft surprising number of Bulldog marches thrown swsy by fumbles, or belted at the crucial, moment by a Carolina line which displayed at times anything but the brlttleness which featured Its earlier gamee. ; UZCUDUN TAKES KAYO, BEATING FRENCH STAR PARIS, Oct. 18. (AP) Psullno TJe - cudun, ths "bounding basque" of 8paln, technically knocked out Maurice Orlselle, French heavyweight, In the fifth round of their scheduled 10 - round bout here tonight. Francois Descampe, Oriselle's manager, stopped the fight by throwing a sponge In the ring. r ' Paulino's American experience evldeVfly had made new fighter of him sines his last appearance here. He battered Descsmps' battler with tremendous awlngs to the body which burst ft blood vessel In Oriselle's chest. The French fighter spurted blood from his mouth In such volume It appeared to cover the ring. Orlselle won only the second round but put up one of ths gamest fights seen In Paris In many years. . TULANE TRIUMPHS, 21 - 0, OVER SOUTHERN ELEVEN NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 18 Tulane, Southern conference champion, ran Into unexpected opposition, but managed to defeat Birmingham Southern, 21 to 0, hers today. Ths Methodists showed good football snd held Tulane from scoring on several occasions. A 80 - yard rwn for ft touchdown by Zimmerman was tbs high point of ths gams. , PACIFIC COAST LEAOCsF Seattle 5, Oakland . Hollywood 8, Los Angeles 2. Missions 1. Ban Francisco IU Wa''''T - - IIefea the three - yard - line, from where Teg - i lund plunged over. Bowen tried to psss for the extra point, but It wss grounded. 1 Iowa State's final score cams In the fourth psrtly as a result of a ' "break." An Iowa State punt was Interfered with and the ball awarded ' to the Cyclones on their 43 - yard line.' Orefe cut off tackle - fojrJS yards, j then tossed a long pass to Moen for , the touchdown. - " ! In their flnsl bid. tht Cyclones were pensllred twice for Incomplete 1 passea before Orefe connected with Swoboda for 55 yarda and a first down on the Husker 30 - yard Urn. Lins plays failed and Long of Ms. brsmlt took Crete's final teu on ths ttiree.yam tins to end ths threat. IOWAstAte' NEBRASKA Bvobods , Spear . . . . Durvnberg ! . .... .if.. ... . Frueks ...it.. ..is.. ..r.'. ,.rt... , Rhrs ... . Kottrr Fir Hnnelt , , flmlth , ,,, Morn , oreetuberg JSroadttone ... . Hokuf . . . Mathis KrclftellnRer Hssrk , ; ....Ob.' g?v ' WHIa . , ,h, ""' " Score by prlod." ,.. . rrinm ... . Yeuig Nebraska 1 7 0 Iowa State . 0 0 S - S 1 Nebraska scorlnj: Touchdowns. Tannf. rrshni. Polnta after touchdown Frahm 2. plarpklcka. Iowa 8me srnrlnir: Touchdowns Teg - ,uu iuu ,or wRiKpri, Moen, uinciait Q'lisley. St. Marya. referee: Carrithera, Illinois, umpire: Tavlor. Wlchlls head , linesman; Johnson, Dosne - field Judge, BULLDOG The blond terror of the Iowa prairies is Chuck Van Koten, hard - hitting Drake university halfback on whom Bulldog fans are .pinning hopes for ft strong showing In ths Missouri Valley conference. Van Koten U ft 10 - second track man, combining ft twltchy pair of hips snd tricky ehangaof pace with hM eipress - trsln speed. IKE WALTON LEAGUE PLANS SESSION HERE The Iraak Walton league will hold welnsr roast in connection with Its regular weekly meeting Wednesday night st 7 o'clock it ths Bequlots state fish he tchery. It was announced Saturday. All members and friends are invited to attend. Some business matters will be taken up In sddltlon to ths social meeting,' according to Secretary W. X. Harris. (Uilil DID YOU KNOW THAT Bsd Bill HaUahan, Blnghamp. ton's contribution to ths world series, takea his glory modestly... A scribe asked him what was the turning point In the gams In which he whitewashed ths As... "Ask Jimmy (Wilson.'' wss Bsd Bill's answer. 1 "pf itched according to his slgnsU."....it's true thst Mickey Cochrane wasn't ths only catcher In the series. .. .Bub Zuppke's young Illlnl are still us. Ing ths huddle, though most of ths others hsve abandoned It.,.. Wealey Fesler ones mors has been shifted back to his end position on ths Ohio Bute eleven.... His fullbacklng In State's first two games left nothing to be desired ....but Coach Wlllaman visions a strengthened club with ,sn All - American at one wing. ., .Manuel Rlvero, Cuban, has mads the grade as a varsity halfback at Columbia University.... He's Lou Little's most prized forward passer. S.M.U.ISTIED BY BAYLOR MEN Texas Rivals Battle to 14 - 14 Deadlock in Surprising Contest ATy TAs Jsaoctafes Prt WACO. Tex., Oct. IB Baylor Uni versity's Oolden Bears supplied the first big upset of the 1930 southwest conference campaign by battling Southern Methodiat university to a sensational 14 to 14 draw before 12, - 000 fans hers today.. Pushed bsck deep Into, their own territory with less than two minutes to play and the Methodlsta leading by seven points, the Bruins gambled. Alford dropped back and pegged a pass to McElresth, Hal who romped 65 ysrds to score. McElresth kicked goal. VANDY HAS SENSATION IN TINY QUARTERBACK NASHVILLE, Tenn Oct. 18 (AP) Vanderbllt hss discovered an "Alble Booth - for Itself In Johnny Askew, substitute quarterback, who went Into ths game with Minnesota and turned a close bsttle Into a rout, with the Commodores doing the pursuing. Askew, ft red - headed 153 - pounder ' went In with the score tied at 7 - 7, and before the gams was over be scored four touchdowns, and had another nullified after h scuttled 78 ysrds through ths Gophers, due to holding In the line. Though three of Askew's touchdowns were the result of some form of s pass, be showed gnat ability at broken field running, as well as s generalship that broke the 'back of the Minnesota stuck. All in all. the Commodores are quits optimistic about ft Southern conference title this year. HESTEN'S SON IS HURT, OUT FOR WHOLE SEASON ANN ARBOR. Mich.. Oct. 18 (AP) Two sons of Willis Heston. the Wolverines' great plunging back, collided here In scrimmage, and now one won't play any mora football this season. Willie Heston, Jr., Is one of the bscks of the varsity team. Jack Heston Is s freshmen enrolled In the physical education department. In a scrimmage between ths varsity and freshmen tesms, Jack threw his plunging brother for np gain. It was ft fasrd tackle. After the gams, he, discovered that ths collision had opened the Incision of recent operation for appendicitis. LYNN NELSON MARRIES' GIRL AT KANSAS CITY KANSAS CITY, Oct. 18. (AP) Lynn Nelson, member of ths Chi. cago Cubs! pitching sUff. and Miss Anns Mas Oalvln of Kansas City were married at ths Church of the Sacred Heart here today. Nelson for. merly played with the Kansas City American association team. MONTANA WINS STATE LAURELS IN CLOSE GAME Defeats Montana State 13 - 6 Battle for Grid Championship In BUTTE, Mont., Oct. 1 The Wnl - ' versity of Montana won the state foot - ' ball championship here today, defeating Montana State college 13 to (. Perfect weather greeted the - players, Ths largest crowd In the annala of Montana football witnessed the annual clash at Clark park. The University team forced ths ball to within all lnchea of the Bobcata goal Uns In ths first tew mlnutas of play, but lost ths ball on ft blocked Pass. Reirsfnlng the bnll after the Bobcats bad taken It to midfleld, sue - ,u c.v.isivc m iuuncned snd i ended in the first touchdown of the I game. The second quarter was repetition of the first, with the right Bobcat line giving under the heavy unl. versity onslaught, W, Ekergrcen scoring. The Bobcats found their stride In the third quarter and blocked many grizzly plays. Opening the lust qusrter with an aerial attack, 'the ball was put on the University's one - yard line where It waa lost on downs. Continuing an aerial attack, t abort pass scored the only touchdown for Montana, fitate. Worthlngton failed to kirk goal, rnRm nded with the ball on me wuivrrsuy s .w - yara uae in possession of the Bobcsts, Volleyball Honors To Cross Timbers ? Challenge District CROSS TIMBERS. Mo., Oct. 18 - Cross Timbers High school boys todsy held the volleyball championship of the Southwest Central assoclstlon aa a reault of their victory over ths Ur ban team last night Ths scores were 15 - 5 snd 15 - 1. The Cross Tim bers boys are ready to challenge any team In southwest Missouri that disputes their frtalm to the district championship, It was announced today. The local team haa not been beaten In two years. in a preliminary attraction the Cross Timbers girls defeated the Pres ton team In two out of three games, taking the first 15 - 4, losing the second 12 - 15 and winning the second 15 - 2. Basketball stsrts In the Southwest Central association about December 1. PLAYED THREE WEEKS WITH A BROKEN LEG NEENAH, WM.. Oct. 18 (AP) Wtl - bert Jensen, veteran back on the local high school, played football here for three weeks with broken leg. Jensen was Injured three weeks sgo when another player fell upon blm. At times In practice It was necesssry to carry him from the field because of psln. : An X - ray wastaken later, that showed ft clean fracture,, of the small bone In the leg. Hs will be out of the gams for the balance of ths season. MINNESOTA U HARRIERS . DEFEAT IOWA, 31 TO 25 MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 18 University of Minnesota todav defeated Univer sity of Iowa, in the first con ference cross country meet of the ses - son for the Oophcrs. Minnesota won three of the first five pieces. John Currell, Minnesota, took first. His time was It minutes, 28 seconds. FUMBLES PROVE TURNING POINT FOR CARDINALS CXJrmxUBQ FROM FAOI A - TIM dlnale settling down 1st I nths period to start a march, with Dunphy, BllUngs and Orant gaining spasmodically to place ths ball on Drury's 13. yard line as ths first qusrter ended. Drury's forward van again stiffened and when Orant hit ths Uns and failed to gain, William Jewell was held for downs Btoneman smashed ths Uns for four yards before Drury punted. Ths Cardinals, taking ths ball on Drury s 10 - yard line, attempted s, passing stuck, but three consecutive Incomplete spirals, hurled by Orant, brought two penalties of five yarda each and Drury took ths ball on downs on Its own 40 - yard tins. The Panthers opened their overhead game, , Ray's first pass to Handley being good . for 32 yards to drive the Cardinals ! back to their own 38 - yard line. Ray's second pass was Incomplete, Watson slipped through guard foi five yards, but Ray's pass was Incomplete again, and Drury was held for downs, taking s five - yard penalty, A long William Jewell punt coupled with two setbacks, as McManamy attempted to race out of ft faked kick formation, dropped Drury near ths goal It waa defending, but' ft ptint set ths Csr - dlnsM back near mldfMld. 4 4. Dl'NPHY UOF.S It YAKD8 Dunphy, flashing through left tackle, raced 18 yards before hs was brought down on Drury's 85 - yard line. Dunphy ripped off four yarda, Orant three and one on two playa and Dunphy - cracked though for three yarda snd ft first dovn on Drury's 24 - yard line. Ths Jewells were set back 15 ysrds for ths use of hsnds on offense, but ft psss, Orant to Dunphy,. closed the gsp, snd on another plsy, ths Cardinals ' drew five - yard Density for offsides, and Drury's line stiffened to hold ths Invaders for downs. After ft lengthy punting duel, Drury took possession of the ball on Its own 35 - ysrd line. Ray broke through for nips yarda snd Stoneman west two mors for a first down. Ray's pass waa Intercepted by Spredley, who raced 25 yards before being knocked out on Drury's five - yard line. The play waa called buck, and William Jewell given ft 15 - yard penalty as ths half ended. starting ths second half, ths Card. Inals tnuMdlfttsiy gained ths sdvan. ts in a - punting duel snd backed Drury to Its JJ - ysrd line, but s. is. ysrd penslty and s tightening Drury rsji set tns Cardinals back to their 40 - yard line. Billings magged Orsut's pass for IS yards, out when another spiral failed, ths Jewells punted, Drury kicked back and William Jewell returned ths favor, setting the Pan. there bsrk to their elght - ysrd line. McManamy, dropping back as If to punt, attempted to race out, but was nslled for a sU - rard loss snd William Jewell took the bsll on downs on Its Drury's two - ystd line. Hsyes, sub stituting for Dunphy, cracked the line for the touchdown, snd Petty's kirk went wide but Drury wss csll - d off. side snd the point allowed, giving Wllllem Jewell the advantage 14 to 0. The whistle closing the third qusrter blew while the teams were prepsrlng ior tne klckolf. , . Handley. Drury's diminutive quer - terback, returned Wllllsm Jewell's klckoff 25 ysrds to his own 30 - yard line. Ray's first pass failed, but Petty Intercepted the second and was downed on Drury's 38 - yard line. Petty's puss to Billings wss good for 15 ysrds and revived hopes In the Cardinal camp. Hayes ripped through the Drury line for another first dov.n' on Drury's nine - yard line. Orant, 1 rumbling ths pass from center, re. covered the ball and started ft aweep. Ing run around right end. He fumbled again aa hs was surrounded by tack - Icrs, and Drury recovered on Its own two - yard line. McManamy punted out, William Jewell taking the ball on Drury's 32. yard line, and another march, inter apersed with five - yard penalties for Incomplete passes, carried the Card. Inals to the nine - yard Drury line again. Orant passed over the. goal Hue, and Drury took ths ball on downs on Its 20 - yard line. Ray's pass to Martin was good for 11 yards and Handley went off tackle for aeven more before Drury punted, starting another kicking duel which continued until the end of the gams. WILLIAM JlVm.rM psiiar W'rlfhl WskMaaa Ht.tr , Dkr Tamer HeMsaasiy K) Long HuSkr Vfatua ..... 8UaanaB r.... Ray Spradler . ... Csrnlraael , , Hnaiaiera , .... Mince Flchtmaitcr . . rorStrafae ( , r.whcad felly nmints . ..... ftranl . , Danphy ...le.. ...II.. ...If.. . ...s.. ...rf.. ...ft.. ...re.. ...rh.. ...Is.. ...ft.. Sab.lltatl.ni Willis Jcwall: Narea far fenahr, Crnas fsr SseiBStra, Malm fr Mini, llrar: Bailey far Ryder. Da - Is fsr Tarntr, Msrtla fnr Lsns, Tsrnrr far Dsvla. Lsng fsr Martin, Hydar far Bailey, Bailey far DrrSar, Mstaer far Klaarmaa, Da - la fnr Hider. Martin fee Lang, Flli - Itr.ld far Walun. Sear by aaarlerat ' Wlill.aaJti.ll T 7 S 14 Dr.ry . S - . Srerais TMehdawos: . Patty. Ravea. Faints after Unrkdawas: Pally (t), arcand wist, sal aiitwe wnta ursrr wss tffaiss. Yards rained la srrlnsasre Wlllfsni Jewell St. Drary SS. Tarda Ittt In strlai - tsT - niiiisai Jtwtu is, Drary ii, Flrat dtama Winlttt JrwrM I, Drsrt a. Held far dawna Wllliasa Jawed ftar Unas, Drnry twice. raises wniiatt sawtn MtasMied 7 f is attempt! far K ysrdat Drnry rem U ted Iwt f II atltsasts fr St sards, eat hutr - teeled. rnnir WHIista Jewell fee a reran 1 It yarda, Drary It far rare - f 7 ysrda. Plata reltrntd Tf llllsni JtwtD 4 far IS yards, Drnry 7 fr Is - arSt. Prnsllle VTIIllsai Jtwtll II fee ss Tarda. Drnry 1 far at yirda. FnaiSletWllllass Jew - eH 1 (le.1 kail); Drary I fleet ksll). Klrknff Wllllsm Jewell 1 fee lis y.rda. Drtrr 1 far IS yards. Klrknff rtlnrnad William jtwtH 1 fer U ysrda, Drary $ far St rsrda. fXMelata let Basin. Rnrlnsfltld. referee t vnenrnnt, ftanasn cue. aaaniras Cktta, tstintfltls, tosdttaessnswr Athletic Winners At Strafford. Fair Named by Shumate special Dlnswti Is rs two tester STRAFFORD, Oct. 18 Winners of Athletic events st'the Strafford community program, replacing tht annual school fair, announced today by Hoyt Shumate, superintendent, follows: to - yard dash for boya, grade 1 and 3 Won by Mlnsr Moon. 80 - yard dash for boys, grades I snd 4 Won by Bill Anderson. 80 - ysrd dash for boys, grades I and 8 Won by Arnold Poynor. 100 - ysrd dash for bora, grades T nd Won by Fay Poynor. 100 - yard dash, free for all students Won by Douglas Potter. 80 - yard daah for girls, grades I and 0 Won by Mary Todd. 80 - yard dash for girls, grades T and 8 Won by Lorsns Moon. 100 - ysrd dssh for girls, free for all students Won by Sols Dtshan. Running broad Jump, boys under 12 rears old Won by Bmery Mstlock. Orlls' baseball throw Won In rides by Marls Potter, In high school by Helen Comstock. ' Boya' baseball throw Won In grades by Fay Poynor, In high school by Richard Focht. Three - leg race, lower four grades - Won by George Bass and Miner Moon. " Thne - leg race, upper four grades - Won by Fay snd Arnold Poynor. Sack race, lower four grades Won by Hulett Owens. Sack rsce, upper four grades Won by Fay Poynor. Playground baseball gams between boys snd girls of district, boys wearing rubber boots .snd straw hats - Won by boys. ! SPINACH TAKES $25,000 FEATURE Beats Out Yam - by. Three Lengths to. Win New York Turf Event , - flu Tli o.micd Pratt I.ATON1A. Ky.. Oct.' 28 - SplBa'ch, owned by William Blegler, Jr., New Tor, today won the twelfth renewal of the Latonlft championship stskrs wortn 825,000 added. Ha finished three lengths ahesd of Tsrn snd ran the mile and three - quarters distance In 2:52 3 - 1. Star Lassie was third, ten lenttha behind Yarn, and Alcibladrs. onlv other entry, finished fourth lengths, a vi oisr ijisste. WOMEN ATHLETIC FIELD AWAITS FLORIDA STATE TALLAHASSEE, niToct. 18. (AP) Students at the Florida Stats col. ege for women will not lack an oppor. tunny to go In for a ports. Under a new program an athletic field will be ready for use by nest spring. The field will Include 12 volleybsll courts, six bssketbsll fields, soccer snd hockey grounds, ft dozen tennis courts, an archery range, regular and miniature golf links and bridle patha. Other sport to be provided for In? elude: track, baseball, awlmmlng, croquet, hiking, volley ring, tennis and newcombe belt. , . ; 'STOPPER' Blf Ed Khour U not w light as a eork but he' the "stopper" on th Louisiana, State university football teapi. Uhoury, at guard, is the heaviest man on the team, weighing 23t pounds, i - i r ..:::? . :'',i:y.. Id m 1 I ' " A - S f - rt 5 4 1 hi ! , i I i - J ! ' 's 7 . i r - Lx l I , v. 1 1 Ll - He WASHINGTON U WINS THRILLER OFF BLUE JAYS Bears Use All Of Tricks To Nose Out Westminster, 14 ToO r v Bv Tilt Aatorlalt Prttt ST. LOUIS, Oct. 18. Ths B - srs ot Washington university hsd to tus most of their tricks to get two touch downs and ahut out ths Westminster Bluejsys ot Fulton, Mo., hers tonight 14 to . Ted Seuselle of ths Bears went through hM usual gymnastics In ths first qusrter but ths lighter Bluejay line held and nothing came of It. At tht doss of ths second quarter,, following repeated line plunges b'y Harvey Miller snd Scott Hnrnaby, ths Bears got within 25 yards of th Westminster goal and Sausells carried it over. Hornsby kicked tht extra, point. ' In the third Hornsby went through for a touchdown and kicked tbs point. Washington hsd 14 first down In ths gams to I for Westminster. Most of the Bluejay gslns were mailt ss ths result of forward passea. snd they also mads excellent use cf ths Istersl pass. BURLEIGH GRIMES PULLS GREAT ONE ON COCHRANE NIW YORK. Oct, 18 (AP) Bur. lelgh Crimea, big Csrdlnsl right hsnder, la credited with th beet ge( of tbs world's series. Orlmes csrrled on ft verbs! bsttl with Mickey Cochrane. Philadelphia catcher, all during the series. After Mickey slapped out ft horns run and started to trot sround ths bases, Orlmes, referring to Cochrane rather prominent esrs, cried: "Don't run t oo fast or you'll tsk PITTSBURGH WINS CLOSE SYRACUSE MATCH, 14 - 0 SYRACUSE, nTt OcT 18. (AP) Pittsburgh overcame ft big, herd fighting 8yracu.se football eleven by a score of 1 4 to 0 before a crow of (30,000 at Archbold stadium this af ternoon, Once In ths second period and again In the fourth ths Panthers sent their 200 pound tullbsck. Franklin Hood, crashing through ths center of th Uns for th final root snd touch down. FRENCH HORSE RETURNS FOR CAMPAIGN IN U. S. PARIS, Octr18.Z"(Ap"( There. msrksble success of the get of Epi. nsrd on the American turf this sum mer has paused Pierre Werthelmcr to decide upon snother Amerlcen campaign In the stud for the son of Bsrisjo out of Eplne Blanche. Eplnsrd arrived in the United States this month. As during his original visit he will be quartered In Kentucky. WASHINGTON STATE WINS EASY 24 - 0 GONZAGA TILT SPOKANE, Oct. 18." (AP) Wsshlngton State college beat Oon raga university today, 20 - to - 0, In ft light football workout: - Stste's second team dallied with Oonzngo for one scoreless period. Then tne regular bone crushers entered ths lists, smsshed over three touchdowns snd retired for the afternoon. GEORGIA TECH DEFEATS AUBURN IN 14 - 12 GAME ATLANTA, Oa., Oct. 18 Oeorg's Tech came from behind here today to defeat Auburn, 14 to 12. The margin of victory between two evenly matched teams was the kicking of Pettoa and Hart. ALABAMA GRID ELEVEN TROUNCES TENNESSEE TUSCALOOSA, Ala, Oct. 18. (AP) Alabama's big red Uns erushed Tennessee's volunteers beneath a pile driving attack her today to win. 18 to 6, ths first defeat for Coach Bob Neyland's tesm sines 1926. FRANK FARMER WINNER J00 - MILE FEATURE LAOHORNE, Pa. Oct. 18. (AD Frank Farmer, Philadelphia, won th 100 mile automobile Tace over a dirt track today In on hour, nine mln utes S3 4 - 5 seconds, ssld to be a record for circular dirt tracks. ' DARTMOUTH TROUNCES ; COLUMBIA TEAM, 52 - 0 HANOVER. N. H., Oct. 18 - One of the most potent Dartmouth teams in years easily repulsed Columbia's Lima today to the measure ot S3 to 0 here. ' The score was ths greatest ever rolled Ton adversary sine ths ON N up by Dartmouth against Its Kev York adversary alnce ths beelnnlni of their football relations In 1899. OLMPIC8 ATTRACT ITALIANS MILAN, Oct. 18 (AP) Italian;? athletes are making plans to try out for th Io Angeles Olympic games in i32. Athletics play an Important part In ths Fascist regime In Italy, . bene every encouragement Is extend. d prospective Olympic material. , Too Late to Classify FtmsE FOUND Saturday evening tear a. B. peatofllce. Owner tsU S2 8. Jellenon. CIDIR. APPLES lie snd no. niso Tsanc srehard, west sa CjUtgs BI, - - - .. -

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