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THE MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER Constructive F earlesa Independent SUNDAY, OCTOBER -23, 1923 Alabama Has 42 12 AUBURN fMCmRIQmJEJEIRST GAME SINCE 1926, 25-6 : TWENTY. SIX Little Trouble Defeating Sewanee To Cloverdale PURPLE TIGERS SCORE ON TIDE FIRST Crimsons Gush Lighter Eleven On line Plays But Defense Is Weak Against Passes; 'Bama Gets 26 first Downs By PAUL DUNCAN LEGION FIELD, IT A.. Oct. 37. A febamal Tide of Crimson fulfilled expectation here tody, when they rom ped over the light Sewanee eleven to a 43 to II victory. The game marked t be first time the Purple ha eeored on Alabama since 1922, and at the aame t lme the Tide eeored more point than ever before against the Bill Toppers. - The Tuscaloosa trooner showed con- efetent hard blocking and tackling In the game and battered the high 'school sized 8ewanee line for 26 first downs during the afternoon. - Although the Crimsons showed great Improvement over their form of last week, they were still unable to hang on to the oval Alabama backs fumbled four times, and all of them were recovered by the ex position. The Alabama defense against " plays from scrimmage was impenetrable, but they were not so tight against passes In spite of intensive drilling during the past week. The Tigers attempted SS passes, and made 15 of them good for 194 yards. Alabama's three completed out' of eight tries were good for 100 yards. Two of the Bewanee heaves were intercepted for touchdowns, however, The first score came as the climax to a 77-yard march, when Holm carried It 48 of them, and finally went over. Suther, Holm and Hicks pushed It down the field on straight football for the second a little later. Bkidmore added both extra points. Sewanee' marker was scored on three straight passes. The final, Schoolfleld to Piper, was good for 31 yards. A drive from midfleld saw Hicks go over on a double pass without an enemy laying a hand upon him, for the third touchdown. It was child's play for the Crimson regulars to gain yardage and Wade began to shoot in his substitutes. The Sewanee line was torn to shreds by the bg Tide regulars. The score was boosted to 28 points when Hicks heaved a 20-yard pass to campbell, who went 35 more behind the last white stripe. Earl Smith scored one of two touchdowns on Intercepted passes when he grabbed the ball on the Tiger's 26-yard line and managed to score. Schoolfleld passed to Piper,' who attempted a lateral pass to Autln. Autin dropped the ball and Smith grabbed it out of the atmosphere. He Intercepted another a little later and dashed '55 yards for the marker. Sewanee continued to battle away against -the reserves sent in and in the last moments of, play scored their second touchdown. Three passes sent the ball from their own 20 ' yard line to "Bama's 20. A couple of plays failed and then Schoolfleld dropped back and shot a pas to Reuben Beane 'for the score. Holm was the big gun In' the Crimson back yard, gaining 113 yards around the ends and through the line. Hicks grabbed " 95 measures, while Campbell was next being removed from the game with a dislocated shoulder. Lowery was credited with 19, Ellis with 19 and Vines with two. Alabama's yardage totaled 311. Schoolfleld with 20 yards did most of Sewanee's gaining. Boyd 16, Barron sev-and Autln lost two. The Tigers gained 43 yards In all. The lineups: Alabama Pes. Boykin . LE Slngton LT Hagler LO Pearce ......... C Miller .......... RG Sewanee Piper . . P. Young Bruton .... Stlnson ...J. Beane Bkidmore m r, i . i. .... RT ....... Grlswold . ...... RE .......... Ezzell Hicks QB Suther ......... LH Vines RH Holm .......... FB Score by periods: ......... Barron ..... Schoolfleld Autin ...... D. Craven Alabama .... .........14 7 14742 Sewanee 0 6 0 612 Scoring touchdowns: Holm, - Hicks 2, Campbell, Smith 2, Bean, Piper. Extra point: Skldmore 6, from ' placement; Holm, by run. First downs: Alabama 26; Sewanee 13. Penalties Alabama 6 for 43 yards; Sewanee 5 for 25 yards. Substitutions, Alabama: M. Smith for Slngton; Weaver for Vines; Campbell for Suther; Howard for Hagler; Eberdt for Pearce; Lowry for Holm; Moore for Boykin; Brown for Hicks; Holm for Lowry; Brown for Hicks; Hicks for Brown; Boykin for Weaver; Hagler for Howard; Starling for Miller; Lowry for Vines; Weaver for Smith; Smith for Campbell; Brown for Hicks; Clements for Smith; Howard for Hagler; Ellis for Holm: Rogers for E. Smith; Moore for Hagler; McWright for "Clements; Garrett for Starling; Partlow for Rogers. Bewanee: Boyd for P. Young; Ryan for Boyd; B. Young for Stinson; C. Boyd for Autln; R. Beane for D. Craven; Kellerman for Grlswold; Bmlth for Piper; C. Boyd for Autln; Smith for Craven: Deovis for C. Boyd. Officials Strupper (Tech) referee; Castator (Trinity), umpire; Collins (Vandy) field Judge; Slier (Bucknell) head linesman. GREENVILLE CROSS COUNTRY SQUAD TO LEAVE FOR AUBURN GREENVILLE. ALA, Oct 27. (Special) Butler County High School's cross country squad will leave Greenville early Sunday morning for Auburn, where they will engage the Auburn Tiger Cubs in a three-mile race, Monday afternoon. The team will stop over In Montgomery for dinner Sunday and then proceed through the country to Auburn that afternoon. , Butler la taking ft strong team to Auburn. The school's chief hope for victory lies In the abilities of Pierce, Searcy, McOowln, Punchess and DesRochers. Pierce and DesRochers are both fast backfield men on Butler's football team. In addition. Pierce Is present state inter scholastic record bolder In the two-mlls and three-mile runs. Searcy set new records In winning the .mile and half-mile runs at Cram ton Bowl last Spring, and Capt McOowln starred on the cross-country team and finished second In both the mile and two-mile. Punchess, a nephew of Dean Punchess of Auburn, Is a newcomer on the squad who Is showing up extremely well this ear. The Auburn freshmen are reported to have one of the best teams In several years. Tney are being coached by Weems Batktn. Auburn's famous International h gh hurdles champion. W. H. Hiitsell, Olympic coach and Auburn varsity mentor. Is In charge of arrangements for the race. Swamps TIME SINGE '22 ' GEORGIA TECH SWEEPS TO 20-7 WIN OVER N. C: U. Great Jacket Backfield Adds An-other Conference Victory To List . ' By HORACE C. SENEGAS Associated Press Sports Writer CHAPEL HILL. N. C, Oct 27 Georgia Tech's Gold Tornado maintained its sweeping football pace here today, de feating a fighting North Carolina eleven, 20 to 7. Twenty thousand saw the terrific charges of Dunlap, Lumpkin, Thomason and Fitzgerald of the Gold and White eleven but found their own cheer in abundance during the final minutes as substitute halfback named Jackson threw passes, skirted ends and drove the line far down into scoring territory. ' It was Jackson who scored in the final period. The score came when the Yellow Jackets got the ball near mid-field and House and Wyrck, backs, plunged to the 40-yard stripe. Mash passed to Jackson on the 19-yard mark and then, following a couple of split bucks, Jackson shot short one to Wyrck on the 10-yard line. A penalty put the ball on the one-yard line and Jackson rammed over on the next play. Mash dropklcked goal. The game started like an all-Tech af fair, with Coach Alexander starting his second stringers. The game was barely four minutes old when Dunlap, sophomore halfback, loosed a long spiral to Tom Jones on the Blue's 35-yard line. Jones raced the remaining distance across the goal and Herron place-kicked wide. In the second quarter with the ball In mid-field, Dunlap of Georgia Tech passed to Schulman, quar terback, for nine yards. Lumpkin made It first down and Fitzgerald ran 37 more for a touchdown. The other touch' down came when Dunlap, In midfleld. passed to Holland who ran to the seven yard stripe. Erlckson brought him down from behind. Dunlap went through tackle for a touchdown. k Coach Chuck Collins held Ills tricks In reserve during the first half, taking the pounding at every turn. It was a differ- ent Tarheel team that came after the Intermission, however. The Tarheels began passing within their own territory on first downs but a roving Atlanta secondary kept most of the air maneouvers to a minimum gain. The Lineup: Ga. Tech '.' Pos. N.Carolina Jones LE Sapp Maree ........... LT , Howard Edwards LG Farns Rusk ...C , Schwartz Brooks ,... RG Schuler Watklns ......... RT Adkins Herron.. . RE Presson Smith .......... QB ..' Whisnant Dunlap RH Ward Lumpkin LH Spauldlng Fitzgerald ....... FB Foard Score by periods: Georgia Tech 6 14 0 North Carolina ......... 0 0 0 020 77 Tech scoring touchdowns: Jones, Fitz gerald, Dunlap. Points after touchdown: Herron, Thomason. North Carolina Bcor tag touchdown: Jackson, Point after touchdown,. Nash. Union Springs Wins Close Tilt From Brundidge UNION SPRINGS. ALA, Oct 27. (Special) The . Union Springs High School snatched victory from the very face of defeat when Stewart blocked a pant and recovered the ball on the one-foot line with less than one minute to play and Pugh carried the ball over for the touchdown that beat Brundidge 12 to 6, on the local field yesterday. Brundidge took the lead early In the first quarter when Captain ' McKnlght kicked a goal from the 15-yard line. The locals scored in the second quarter and were leading 6 to 3 at the half. ' The defensive playing of the locals was mUch Improved over the past games but the blocking was not so Impressive. The next game will be played against the Ehawmut High school here next Friday. Andalusia Defeats Strong Enterprise Eleven, 18-6 ANDALUSIA, Oct 27. Andalusia Bull-docs won over Enterprise yesterday aft ernoon II to 6, In what proved to be an unusually good game. Andalusia stands undefeated this year, so far, and only twice ha her goal line been touched. Daniel for Andalusia, toted the pigskin for two touchdowns, while Searsy accomplished the touchdown for Enterprise. Bhehan made the third for Andalusia. , . ; Andalusia stood prepared for Enterprise, being under the Impression that she had one of the strongest team to tackle. Andalusia completed four forward passe out of eight while Enterprise completed three out of six. Andalusia will play riorala next Friday, Coach Thompson stated. Holy Cross, Marquette Battle To 6-6 Deadlock WORCESTER, MASS, Oct 27. CJy-l Holy Cross and Marquette battled to a 6 to deadlock before a big crowd today, -the Marquette eleven coming from behind in the final period to tie tbc SCOTS. The Purple scored ft touchdown In the third period on t forward pas. The visitors tied thins up when a Holy Cross fumble gave them the ball on the three-jard line from where Corbett cored. , Powerful RED CAGLE LEADS ARMY TEAM TO WIN OVER YALE, 1 8 TO 6 . v. - Louisiana Boy Plays Brilliantly As Old EH Sees Title Hopes Crushed By . Powerful Cadet Eleven By J. ALAN GOULD Associated Press Sparta Editor TALE BOWL, NEW HAVEN. CONN, Oct. 27. A sorrel thatched wffl-o the-wisp In an Army uniform. Christian Keener Cagle of Merryvllle, La, flitted through the whole blue brigade, leading Army to a sensational victory over Yale by a score of 18 to 6. While a vast, colorful crowd of 76,000 spectators sat thrilled In the big bowL Christian Keener, otherwise known as Red, galloped, up and down the field, shaking off tacklers and outsprintlng others a he scored two touchdowns with one of the greatest exhibitions of open field running anywhere this sea-san, Cagle, on separate dashes of 52 and 73 yards, personally account for 12 points that exactly spelled the margin of the Army's clean cut triumph over the wineno undefeated Blue eleven. It was a stunning victory for this burly Cadet eleven, which outplayed and out- generaiea Yaie, besides putting up stone wau defense ' that repeatedly blocked the Blue thrusts, but the thrills of the battle centered chiefly around the Individual exploit of Christian Keener uagic, : ., Couldn't Stop Him The red-headed flash from Louisiana, who bears the ail-American stamp If any ball carrier does In the East thus far. was marked man from the start The oauynoo gave we Blue plenty of ad vance warning. Every man on the Yale team had a chance to bring down Cagle at some time In his two spectacular utuuies out tney ail railed as h twtj atw.1,.1.. . J . . . . ' uaigiib-uiucu ana siae-sieppea In be' wuuuujy insiuon. After romping 62. vards In th ttt pewuu iur me iiret Army touchdown on an end run; Cagle fumbled on his own 22-yard line, a mlscue that was turned into xaies oniy touchdown by "Flrpo' Greene, big left ruard. So Rsd th. r,. er had something to atnn tor . . " ui mc next period, ne picked hole through tackle, cut back across the field and completed a 73-yard gallop to Army' second touchdown. Hoben and Decker, of the Ell secondary defense. swif tly across the field and down the side line. He shook off Hoben but was uuuwu ou.ms iee Dy Decker lunge The Cadet star's momentum carried him past his rival, however. anH h. himself up sufficiently to scramble the icw yams to the goal line. Another For Army . ?c 'Tk, recovered from the shock of this play when one of the flock of EU passes was plucked out of the air by Allan, Cagle'a running mate, who dashed 47 yards to the third and final aioea cy brilliant Inter- ference. . The free-scoring melee of the first half was turned Into a scoreless affair In the second half," where the Army's defense muiuuamwa iraeu as capable as 1 its offense. Throughout the last two periods Yale, with Garvey, Loud and Ellis alternating on the attack, drove desperately u, .u . WB "ne oesiaes fill' tag the air with nasses. Three times the stout Cadet defense took the ball on downs, close to its own goal. In the closing second e h- game West Point made its final stand. ""vuiB uck me Blue brigade as the last whistle blew with th eii. one yard from the goal line. Yale outrushed and outpassed West " uianT mean a thing so lone as the Blue failed to check rri. Departing from its usual tactics, Yale filled the air with nara in h. . balf.The Ells threw 29 altogether but wuiyickcu oniy ii and nad thra in... cepted. Army completed three out of nine oowns Yale registered It In m,W l m ... 1mjr aiA or west roint ' The lineun: i! Army it. ; Sprauge w.ccuc Jjlt Hammaxfe ,,worul W. Hall N. Hall rq ... ruhw i .. - may bt perry "'C0K- "E Messlnger .......... UH H,., Oarvey LH Cagle Peer RH Allan Hubbard ........ FB Mnrri Score by periods: - Army .... .............. is n ai Yale .... a 0 0 ft Scoring. Army touchdowns: Curl i Allan 1. Yale scoring touchdowns: Greene. Referee Ed Thorp, De LaSalle: umpire, C. J. McCarthy; field Judge, C. O. Eckles; headllnesman, H. E. Von Kersburg, Harvard. Hartford Gridders Nose Out Palmer College, 6-0 HARTFORD. ALA.. Oct 27. (SDe- clal.) The Hartford football team de feated Palmer College here this after noon, 6 to 0. Hartford opened with a whirlwind attack, passing and skirting the ends for nice gains, and made a touchdown before the quarter was well under way. Palmer then braced their defense and the scoring wa over for the afternoon. Neither team wa able to carry the ball deep into enemy territory. Next Friday the Hartford team goes to Enterprise to battle the Wildcats, and the locals are expecting plenty of troubl before-the game Is finished. Bob Jones College Scores Fourth Victory Of Year PANAMA CITY, FLA, Oct 27. (Spe cial.) The Bob Jones College eleven kept their own goal line spotless today and scored their fourth victory In a many Urt by crushing the Marianne eleven, 28 to 0. With Costln, backfield ace of the Swamp Anrels on the sidelines, the Ma- rlanna Bulldogs held the college eleven to scoreless tie during the first half, but as the whistle blew for the second half, Costln took the field and with th aid of Tyson led his team mates to victory. Tyson scored three of the touchdowns by Uklng long passes Issued by Coxtln and Costln scored once on ft long end run. , Thomasville . FEANK SMITH, Sport Editor MAE TIN EPEAR, Assistant c UNBEATEN ELEVEN ;e- McFaden's Team Displays Best Form Of Season In Scoring Fine Victory; Long Passes ' Work Well By FRANK SMITH It's been year and years since any football player, not a member of the Thomasville team, stepped across Thomasville goal line, so they say. It been even longer than that since an opposing team has gone so far as to win from the Bulldogs. Winning has become more or less s habit with Thomasville. Which all goes to show that yon can never be too certain. The Bulldogs came to town yesterday afternoon all primed and set for another victory. They had selected Cloverdale as the week-end nourishment But like another Bulldog team (Howard), that set out for a week end feast,' Thomasville 's canines were shocked to discover that the morsel they had picked failed utterly to agree with them. . Bull McFaden's snappy Crimson eleven won the game and the score was 39 to U. In winning the Souths tders displayed by far the best form exhibited by any football team at Cram ton Bowl this sea son. That covers lot of territory, Fine Air Game Cloverdale did something yesterday that they have been trying to do, with varying success, all season and that same was thethrowlng and catching of long forward passes. With Sam McGli- vary standing back of line that held superbly at all critical times the Crim sons took the sir. For time the grid-Iron resembled a miniature landing field for seppelins shadow of footballs fly ing through the air were thicker than Scotchmen at a bargain sale 6f one dollar bills. Thomasville was passed to death. Of the six Cloverdale touchdowns all but one came as- the direct or Indirect result of tosses through the ozone. You would have thought ft basketball game was In prog' ress the way those pigskins sailed. The visiting delegation didn't Just stand back and let Cloverdale throw pass es all afternoon, however. The Bulldogs also took to the air and they, too, un corked some plain and fancy heaves. All in all it was very agreeable afternoon for those who like their football In the ozone. Personally, your correspondent favors the air game when It Is well exe cuted. That same was done Saturday, Excellent Line Work . All the passing might serve In ft way to detract from the splendid work done by the Cloverdale line. That forward wan outcharged, outfought and outplayed the heavier visiting team from whistle to whistle. Not fault can be found with their work. They blocked and tackled like veteran collegians and their play was ft Joy to behold. All of them were in every play, both offensively and defensively. In the words of the Immortal Plato, them boys done noble and they cannot be ac corded too much praise. I must not overlook the play of several members of the enemy squadron, how' ever, for several bits of scintillating work was accomplished by them. In particular were the Messrs. Mosley, Hill and Powell In the game. Their presence was felt by some of the Crimsons, I am Inclined to believe. The visitors had a pair of backs who were also noticeable during the aft ernoon s frolicking. Their names were Klmbrell and Thomas. The latter gentle man is one of those large fellows and he alone was able to make an Impression on the Cloverdale line. MeGUvary Shines Bam McGllvary, perhaps, played the best game of his career. Sam did ft powerful lot. of snappy running and his throwing of the passes was long and accurate. Capt Tom Brown, who is called Sleepy for no apparent reason, was a considerable factor In the Crimsons' scoring. Thomas scored three touchdowns. Just at the start of the game Thomas ville got ft break that looked bad Indeed for the home forces. McGllvary unac countably fumbled the kickoff and Mos ley recovered It for Thomasville on the Crimsons' 25-yard line. A long pass put the oval ten yards closer but a fumble saved the day for Cloverdale.-There was no scoring in. the opening period and aft er this threat but little opportunity for any. Cloverdale gathered Itself together and played heads up football for the remainder of th period and Thomasville was unable to gain. Toward the end of the period the first of the Crimsons' successful passes was pulled, McGllvary tossing to Lucas for 30 yards. It put the ball on Thomasville' . 88-yard stripe but Thomasville got the ball again shortly thereafter. Another long pass as the quar ter ended, Sam throwing to Hansford, put the ball on Thomasville's 26-yard line. - Just after the second period started McGllvary, Brown and Cotton crashed over for the remaining distance and Mo-Olivary drop-kicked for the goal. Crimen Get Break A great break, aided to a large extent by the work of Watson and Hansford In crashing through the Thomasville ' line gave Cloverdale another touchdown mlnub later. ' These two lads broke through as Wil liams wa trylhg to punt from his 35-yard line, blocked the kick, and Watson picked It up and ran for. the remaining distance. McGllvary again added the extra point Cotton' interception of Williams's pas on hi own 42-yard line led to another Cloverdale counter In the same Inning. Another one of these long passes, McOllvray to Cotton, gave the locals 35 yards. A few line plays and short passes put th oval on Thomasville's two-yard line from which point McOllvray went over and made It ft perfect record by kicking accurately again. A superb past for ft gain of 50 yards made things looked serious for Clover dale in the third frame after both sides had failed to gain. Williams did the toning for the Bulldogs and Klmbrell caught the ball. It put it on the Crimsons' 21 -yard line. Then the surprise for Thomssvill elected to try the same play again. It worked and Klm brell was over with the visitors' first score, falling to kick goal, however. Steady March Nete Another A steady march, down the field from their own 44-yard line gave the Crim sons another touchdown to even mat ter for tk period. For the first time the Crimsons elected to gain without taking to the air. They did it successfully with Brown and Cotton ripping off gain after gain around the end and off tackle. Brown went over for the touchdown alu skirting right tackle for mm SHOCK of coin VANDY ROLLS ON TO SMASHING VICTORY OVER VIRGINIA, 34-0 McGugin's Offense, Led By Arrhistead, Crushes Cavaliers And Gives Commodores . Another Win NASHVILLE, TENS, Oct 27, Dan McOugtn's kmg hope for offense showed Itself today to be surprisingly ef fectlve before s borne crowd, and Van drrbllt humbled the Cavcliers of Vlr itala 34 to 0. It was' Vandy's second con ference victory, The game wa won systematically, end although spectacular and replete with thrilling runs it was victory for blocking system McGugln taught his team when he became worried by Its of fense, or rather lack of it Scarcely had Virginia received the first kickoff and lost ground, before the Commodores began pounding away and the Cavalier gave. With Armlstead skirting ends and Schwartz wrestling valuable gains from the Virginia line, Vanderbllt soon worked the ball to the cavaliers two-vard line, but lost It on downs. The Commodores took the ball In mid- field on ft punt however, and worked it back to. within striking distance ironi where McOaughey- and Schwartz took It to the Virginia four-yard line. Armlstead swerved through tackle for the touch down and Abernathy kicked goal. Start Again Before Virginia recovered from the shock, the Commodores were hurrying the ball toward the Cavalier line again with the backs working. Mcllwaine took the oval on Virginia's 35-yard line, followed perfect Interference around right end and then shook off Virginia's secondary- de fense and galloped across for ft counter. Again Abernathy kicked goal. Visibly startled when they kicked on, the Cavaliers were tumble to stop Armlstead until he ran 20 yards and two plays later, Mcllwaine broke through tackle and with bis teammates blocking su perbly. ran 52 yards for the third touch- down. And again Abernathy kicked goal. The Cavalier kicked off, and no soon er had Armlstead tucked the ball under his arm thac his mates began blocking, He raced down the field and then cut across, following . an Interference that took out tacklers on all sides. He didn't stop running and hlk mates didn t stop blocking until be had crossed the Vir ginia line. The great Jlmmie had run 83 yards. Sabs G In McGugln itarting pulling his regulars, and m the second quarter had an entire team of substitutes on the field. They battled the Cavaliers on even terms, and If anything gave better than they took. Several Vanderbllt drive were nipped by fumbles and penalties. ,-. , The Virginians could not get going on the ground, and took to the air, only to have their passes knocked down or their throwers smothered. There was nothing to do except punt and Sloan and Smith did that exceptionally well. Rain and penalties came in the third quarter, and late In the fourth period, McGugln sent his entire varsity squad back into the game. It took Armlstead only ft few minutes to break through and race 57 yards rorvanouier toucnaown, Abernathy kicked his fourth goal. At Intervals, particularly when Sloan had the ball, Virginia looked like an .Im portant drive might be In the Cavaliers but each time the drive was headed on by ft Commodore line that would not give. The line up: Virginia Pos. , LE . , LT .. LG . C rg ; RT . RE . Vanderbllt Paxton or Byrd Motley Harris ........ Taylor ........ Symington .... . . . . Lokey .. Hawkins .. Brlstown .... Oliver .... Brown ..... Lusky Abernathy Debute? , Turner . Sloan ... Smitii .. Kaminer QB Armlstead LH i. Scheffer RH Mcllwaln , FB Schwartz Lewy ... Score bv neriods: Vanderbllt 27 0 0 734 Virginia 0 0 0 0 0 Scoring touchdowns, vanoerout: Ar mlstead 3. Mcllwaine 2. Points after touchdown, Abernathy four. 20 yards. Goal was missed. There was no more scoring In the period, By far the most spectacular play of the game was uncorked soon alter trie start of the fourth when Williams passed to Klmbrell about 35 yards and the latter made the rest of the way to the goal line unhindered. It was ft fine bit of work and completely fooled the local team. Thomasville tried some more passing a minute later but met grief this time as Stanley Intercepted one of the throws and got 20 yards to the enemy 20-yard line before being stopped. Cash then passed to Capt Brown for another touchdown. 8o easy like. It seemed. Another blocked punt gave the Crim sons their final marker Just before the last .whistle. Baggett -who had played fine, game In the line throughout the game, rushed Williams and smothered the bail on the Thomasville six-yard line. Brown plowed over for the score and that ended It alt Line-up and summary: Cloverdal Foe. Thetnasvllle Hansford . LBJ Bsggette LT Chambless LO Halgler O Yancey BO Watson RT McLeod Powell M. Wilson Hill O. Wilson Mosley ... Scarborough Lucas Bl Hodge QB W. Williams HB Davis McOllvray . Cotton HB Klmbrell Brown (c) FB ........ Thomas Substitutes: Cloverdale, Hodge, Urqu- hart Stanley, Peterson, Eason. Thomasville, Harrison, G. Wilson, Anderson. Scoring: Teuchdowns, Cloverdale, Cot ton, Brown 8, Watson, McOllvray. Thomasville, touchdowns, Klmbrell 2. point after touchdown, McOllvray t. Score by periods: Cloverdale 0 21 1239 Thomasville 0 0 6 612 Officials: Wllklng (Howard) referee; Grist (Y. M. O. A.) umpire; Jackson (Georgetown) headllnesman. Babe" Ruth bat knocked out ft to tal of 470 bom run during hi big league career. Ruth' 1928 total of 64 marked his fourth season of 50 or more home runs, and while It fell some yards of hi 1927 record of 60, It enabled him to tie hi own 1920 mark hi first Yankee season. ... Eleven 39 RUPERT INGRAM SHINES ; . AS PLAINSMEN TRIUMPH Tigers Show Effects Of Bohler's Carefully Planned Coaching, Making Many Gains Through Air; Tuxworth Also Stars 1 AUBURN, ALA, Oct 27. (Special ) The Plainsmen woo the first game In sixteen starts on Drake Field today, when they defeated the Howard College Bulldogs 25-6 in a hectic battle. Auburn used an air attack to advantage and made two touchdowns on passe. Rupert Ingram played the greatest grid battle of his career. Callahan and Tux worth also starred for the Tigers. Vanbusklrk was the main factor on the visiting eleven. The Plainsmen showed real fighting spirit The team had been re-made in the past week. The game was marked by many penalties on both teams. Howard's band and 200 supporters watched the favorites lose to the Ben gals. Three thousand people saw Au burn come from the bottom for their first victory since 1926. FIRST QUARTER Auburn kicked ofl to Howard who re ceived at the southern end of. the grid. Ellis returned Ingram's punt 25 yards to ais own ju-yara une. A pass irom Harris was Intercepted by Manley on Howard's 35-yard line. A pass from Jones to Ingram was grounded. On the next two plays Jones went over left and right tackle for seven yards. A pass rom Jones to Ingram was grounded on the goal line. Howard's ball on her 20-yard line Vanbusklrk went over right tackle for five yards. On the next play he ran over right tackle fof a touchdown, running 75 yards. He failed to kick the goal. score: Howard 6; Auburn 0. Ingram kicked to Harris on his 5-vard line who returned the ball 30 yards. Howard was penalized 15 yards on the next play for holding. Jones returned vanousklrk's kick from his 45-yard line to his 52-yard line. A pass from Jones to Callahan was incomplete. A pass from Jones was Intercepted by Vanbusklrk on his 49-yard line and returned seven yards. Howard's ball on Auburn's 47- yard line. Garrett went two yards through cen ter. Vanbusklrk went- three yards over right tackle and punted out of bounds on Auburn's 19-yard line. Auburn was Denallzed on the next nlav for ntrxMn Tuxworth relieved Jones at Quarter. Sel ler went in as fullback for Auburn. Bradley' made nine yards on the next two plays and then fumbled, Harris recovering. Howard was penalized 15 yards lor holding. A pass from Vanbusklrk netted 13 yards. Tuxworth grounded a pass from Bradley. Auburn's ball on her own 32-vard line. A pass from Tuxworth to Ingram netted zs yards. Ingram ran 50 yards for Au Dum iirst score but failed to make the extra point Score Auburn 6: How. ard 6. The remainder of the period saw both teams iignung hard with small gains. SECOND QUARTER , vanousxirs punted out ol bound on Auburn's 30-yard line. Auburn gained .wo yaros on tne next two Dlavs. Van busklrk received Tuxworta's punt on his own 30-yard line and was downed in his tracks. He gained nine yards around left end. Vanbusklrk made first down on the next play. Howard's ball on her own 44-yard line. Bradley gained seven yards around tight end. Tuxworth returned Vanbuskirk's punt to his own 30 vard une. Sellers went over right tackle for sev en yards. Tuxworth punted to Howard's 25-yard line and Vanbusklrk returned six yards. Bradley' gained two yards around right end but lost five yards on the next play. Vanbusklrk punted out of bounds in midfleld. Sellers went throuzh center for two yards. Tuxworth hit right tacxie lor ten yards and first down. Sellers failed to gairf. Tuxworth raced six yards over right tackle. Sellers hit center for two yards. Howard's ball on her own 32-vard line. Vanbusklrk went over right guard for two yards and lost two yards at left end. Howard then punted to Auburn's ten-yard Une, Callahan returning two yards. Tuxworth punted to Howard's 45 yard line. Vanbusklrk gained five yards over right tackle. Sellers -swept around ngnt end for six yards and first down. Bullard went around left end for six yards. Harris went over right guard for first down. Howard' ball on Auburn's 20-yard line. Harkin was hurt on this piay. Green substituted for Harklns and Carter for Burt. A pass from Vanbus klrk was grounded on the goal line. Au burn' ball on her 20-yard line. A pass I rom xuxwortn was intercepted by Van. buskirk on his 45-yard line and he re turned to Auburn's 22-yard line as the half ended. Score Auburn 6; Howard 6. THIRD QUARTER Crawford substituted at quarter. Peake and Crowe at half. Ingram kicked to Hargrove on his 25-yard line who re turned ten yards. - Bradley hit right tackle lor three yards and Vanbusklrk went out of bounds for one yard and then punted to Crawford on his 15-yard line,- who returned the ball to midfleld. Crawford skirted left end for two yards. Auburn was penalized five yards for two successive Incomplete passes. Crawford puniea to vanbusklrk who fumbled on his 15-yard line. Harris " recovered for Howard. Vanbusklrk went around riirtit tackle for four yards and then punted to Crawford In midfleld who returned for four yards Auburn failed to gain In the next two plays. Peake gained 12 yards and first down on pass from Crawford. Auburn ball on Howard' 30-yard line. Crawford swept around right' end for one yard. Sellers hhV tackle for two yards. Ingram failed to kick field goal. Howard's ball on her own 20-yard line. Vanbusklrk punted to Auburn's 25-yard line, Crawford fumbled but Crowe recovered and returned ten yards. Crawford gained one yard over right tackle. A pass from Crawford netted the Plains men eight yards. Sellers hit center for two yard and first down. A pass from Crawford to Ingram wa incomplete. Seller went through center for three yard. Auburn wa penalized five yards for off aide. A pas Crawford to Ingram wa good for 25 yard. Auburn' bail on Howard' 19-yard line. Crawford (wept around left end for 15 yards. He failed to gain over right tackle. Seller went through center for one and a half yards. A pass from Crawford to Ingram netted th Plainsmen toucnaown. Crawford failed to mak the extra point Score Auburn 12; How ard 6. Ingram kicked off to Vanbusklrk on hi five yard line who returned 38 yards. vanousxirx ki rive yards on left end A paw from Vanbusklrk to Spencer was Incomplete. Vanbusklrk lost five yards at right end. Howard punted to Crawford on til 25- yard line who returned eleven yards. Sell- 12 .V ers went over center for four yard but the play was called back and Auburn penalized 15 yards for holding. Crawford punted to Howard' 40-yard line where' the ball wa grounded by Ingram. .Tan-buskirk hit right tackle for seven yards and gained two more yards and first down. Howard's ball In midfleld a th quarter ended. - Fourth Quarter A pass from Vanbusklrk to Garrett net ted Howard 20 yards. Vanbusklrk? ;lost one yard on the next two plays, A . pas from Vanbusklrk to Harris wa Incomplete. A pass from Vanbusklrk- to Spencer was incomplete. Auburn's ball on-her own 38-yard line. Auburn made ''twa yards at right tackle. A pass from Crawford was intercepted by Garrett on his own 30-yard line but ' the ball was grounded. Vanbusklrk went around right end lor three yards. William substituted for Rhudby, and Ballard went la for Garrett Ballard did not gain around left end. A pass from Ballard to Har grove netted 15 yards. Howard's ball on Auburn's eleven-yard line. Callahan substituted for Peak. Bullard gained one' yard at right end. A lateral pass. Bar-1 rls . to Vanbusklrk, gained one yard ! around left end. The next pass was un complete. Auburn' ball on her own 10-yard line. , ' . Tuxworth went In for Crawford. Bum substituted for Bullard. Tuxworth punted to .Howard's 43-yard une where Chappelle grounded the ball. Vance went In for Splcer. Two passes. Burns to Vanbusklrk, were Incomplete and Howard was penal ized s yards. A pass from Vanbusklrk . was Intercepted by Callahan on his own 45-yard: line who raced down the grid to Howard's 2-yard line. Sellers went through center for one and one-half yards. Tuxworth failed to gain around left end.1 Sellers failed to gain at tenter. Harklns went in for Green at center. Tuxworth swept left end for a touchdown. He failed to kick goal. Score Auburn, 18; Howard 6. Ingram kicked to Bradley on his 10- yard Une. And he returned It 20 yards. Two passes. Burns to Vanbusklrk, Were Incomplete. Vanbusklrk punted- out-of bounds in midfleld. Tuxworth lost S yards at right end. Callahan hit center lor 7 yards. Tuxworth punted to Van busklrk on his 10 yard line. He was downed in his tracks by Wilson. Burn kicked to Tuxworth on his 40-yard line, who fumbled, but the oval was recovered by , Chappelle. -On, ft 10-yard pass, Tuxworth to Callahan, the Bulldog goal line' was passed after 35-yard run bv the receiver. Tuxworth failed to kick extra point but Howard was off sides and the Plainsmen received the additional point Score, Auburn 26; Howard 6. .. Ingram kicked off to Bradley on; hi 10-yard line, who returned 20 yards. Howard failed to gain on two Incomplete passes, and was-penalized 5 yards." The Bulldogs failed to complete the next pass. Burns punted to Tuxworth on' hi 44-yard line, where the receiver signalled for fair catch. Tuxworth skirted right end for one yard. A pass, Tuxworth to Chappelle, fell dead after being Juggled by six players. Auburn was penalized S yards. Tuxworth punted to Flannlgan In imieio, wnere he was downed In -his tracks. Howard failed to gain on three pass attempts, and was penalized 5 yards. Burns punted "to Auburn's 40-yard line. Tuxworth lost 7 yards at right end. " Sellers made 7 yards through center. Tuxworth punted to Auburn's 40-yard line, where the ball was grounded. Score, Auourn 20 ; uoward o. ' The lineup: Auburn Pos. Howard Chappelle LE ........ Hargrove Burt LT Griffith Kirkwood LO Roberta Harklns O Davl H. Long rg Rhudy Long RT Clartu Ingram RE ,., splcer Jones QB Vanbusklrk Marty FB Garret! Manly RH Harris (C) - Callahan LH Bradley Officials: Field Judge, Fortler (Wash ington State); Headllnesman, Cox (Ga). umpire, Armour (Ga. Tech). Referee, Ir win (Drake). 3 Evergreen Aggies Defeat Red Level Team, 12 To 7 EVERGREEN. ALA, Oct 27 (fitee- clal.) The Evergreen Aggie went -.on Gantt' Field here Friday afternoon determined to win over the Red .Level boys. They outplayed the visitors all through the game, making 18 first down to the visitors' three. There were many thrill in the game and the spectators were on their toe during all th game. ine Aggies maoe a touchdown In the second quarter and the half ended 6 to , 0 In favor of the Aggies. Then the Red Level boy came back In the second halt determined to defeat th Aggie. They intercepted ft pass and ran 90 yards for a touchdown in the latter part of the lourtn quarter. They kicked goal and this gave them ft 7 to t lead over th Aggie. The boy began to pick up their fighting spirit and Sander carried th ball around left end for ft touchdown when only one minute wa left to play. The game ended 12 to 7 in favor of th Aggies, This Is the first time th Anle ha ever defeated the Red Level boy. Next Friday the Aggie go to Atmor to take on the strone Atmore team. rnrt Waller and Sander played bent Evergreen In the backfield, while MUltr't work In the line wa outstanding, a Arkansas Victor Over Texas Aggies, 27-12 FAY gl'l K V1LU8, ARK, Oct STWP1 Before a home-coming crowd of 7J09 the University of Arkansas football team today defeated Texas A. and M. col lege 27 to 13 with (lashing, running attack which swept the Texan bark time and again.. Alsabrook. end. sodtvd the Texas counter on forward pa . Braver eeored twice for Arkansas vp lie Holmes and Oela registered one touch down each. To 1 8 k, f 1

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