The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on November 13, 1921 · 19
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THE BOSTON SUNDAY GLOBIJ.-NOVEMBER 13, 1921 B, II. WINDS UP WITHVICTORY Defeats Norwich, 20-14, by Belated Rally Cochrane and Tonry Tear Off Long Gains Blocked Kick Results in Winning Score Fohion University completed a highly s,n es -fii! football season when it de-l rated Norwich yesterday rfternoon at r, raves Field, 20 to11. In winning its-e.xlli straight victory, Boston Uni-ersity had to openits bag of tricks, for Norwich uncovered much greater strength than anticipated. Norwichs shift play greatly puzzled Boston University in the first half and the Vermonters carried the ball from their own 10-yard line over for a touchdown by the use of a deceptive line shift. The Back Bay team hit its stride in the second half, solved the Norwich offense and scored two touchdowns. (Jordan Cochrane shone brightest of the Boston University stars. Babe Tonry ripped off gain alter Baln through the Norwich line. 'Williamson, Fredey and Santosuosso also played well for Boston University. Cochrane kicked off for Boston University Smith received and the- soldier footballers lost rio time in pushing the ball down the neld. Two smashes through the line by DeWltt and Sparrow, gave Norwich first down. Sparrow and Smith completed a forward which netted eight vards. Another forward brought the ball to Boston Universitys 10-yard line. , B. U. Threatens Often litre Boston University took the ball on downs. Cochrane punted to the Norwich 45-yard line. Bradley's Pnt went outside on Boston University s 30-yard line. Boston University, aided by a sensational 30-yard forward pass, put the ball on Norwichs seven-yard line onlv to lose it on downs. After an exchange of., kicks and a missed field goal try Boston University again marched to the Norwich five-yard line only to be held. V hen Bradley attempted t5 punt out of danger, his try was blocked and Boston Uni-(ersity i ecovered on the 20-yard line. Feldman made two yards around tight (ml. on the next play Cochrane tossed a forward to Worcester, who, went over for the first score. The period ended soon afterwards with the ball on Boston Universitys 35-yard line. Boston University kicked to the Norwich 10-yard line, where Smith was dropjs-d in lis tracks by Wneeler. Then the Vermonters started the driau winch carried the ball yards for k touchdown. Griffin and Smith headed the attack, which with a penalty took the balh to the 23-yard line. A forward Pass, Bradley to Smith, put the ball on the 10-yard line. Griffin made three yards. Smith added four and then craHhod throuKh for the touchdown. Bradley kicked the ffoal, making the score 7-7. Wheiton, who had relieved Feldman at quarter for Boston University, caught the kic koff on his own 22-yard line. A bad pass from center resulted lr a 15-yard loss for Boston University. Wheiton fumbled the next pass and when the ball rolled over the Boston University goal line Walker fell on It for a Norwich touchdown. The nglf ended with the score Norwich 14, Ifoa-ton University 7. Cochrane ran back the Norwich kickoff 25 yards at the beginning of the second half. Three line plunges gave Boston University first down on the 44r-yard line. Feldman skirted left end j for five yards. Tonry made first down'through tauiw. iieeion University carried the Here is a wonderful, opportunity to secure the finest mens furnishings for. holiday gifts at remarkably low prices. Early pur- , ' chases insure the best selections, apd, we earnestly advise your shopping early at this sale so that you may save time and mone)V I ! . Shop here early - ball to the Norwich five-yard line, but for the third time Norwich held. Norwich Fumble Recovered Santosuosso recovered a fumble for Boston University and his team 'tried several triple passes, which failed -to work and Norwicl got the ball on its own 30-yard line. The Boston University line could not be budged and Norwich kicked to the 4l)-yard line. With Tonry and Cochrane alternating at plowing through tie Norwich line the ball was taken to the Norwich 35-yard line. Cochrane tore off , eight yards around lef; end. Worcester made t first down. Tonry nvade a yard through ceYiter. Cochrane girded the Norwich left wing for 20y9.rds. - Tonry pushed through five yarqa for a touchdown. Cochrane kicked -he goal, tieing the score. When Norwich received the ball from the kickoff It was apparent that it had shot its bolt. T backs could gain nothing through t,,e Boston University forwards. Cochrar.e ran Bradleys punt back 20 yards. A-'ter two incomplete passes another waj tried, and Norwich was penalized 15 yards for roughing the 'passer. Cochrane punted and when Bradley attempted to return the kick his effort was blocked and the ball rolled over the goal line where Fredey recovered for the togphdown which proved to be the winning one for Boston University. Crqhrane failed to kick the goal. Theeutimary: BOSTON UNIVKJtSiTV Wheeler le Lonergan le. ..,... Miller It. lyonergan It Santosuosso lg. .... Rosenberg lg Fanger ig Leieuaon c. Berry j Washburn rg, Koster rg..... Bairett rg.... lesroaiers rg Fredey rt .. Ashton . lt Flanders Worcester re. i Small re Hood re Feldman qb. .......... . Wheiton qb HurrW Ihb. ... . Tonry Ihb.. Lione llib... Williamson rbb.... Hertle rbb.... Cochrane fb. ........... Tonry fb. fb Walsh tfcore, Boston University 20. Norwich 14 Touchdowns, Worcester, Fredey. Toni.v, Smith. Walker. Goals from touchdowns, Cochrane 2. Bradlev 2. Referee.. Fred Hoy. Boston. Umpire. Beebe. Yale. Linesman, Larkiu, Holyoke. Time, 15m periods. VERMONTTRIUMPHS OVER MIDDLEBURY Special Dispatch .to the Globe BURLINGTON, Vt. Nov 12 The University of Vermont whipped Middlebury College decisively for the State cnam-pionship today, 14 to 7. t Vermont scored within two minutes of the opening of the game, when Now-land recovered a Middlebury fumble on the 25-yard line and carried the hall to the three-yard line. Driscoll, Vermont's diminutive quarterback, carried it across a moment later. The second score came in the next period, after a .steady march down the field from Vermonts 30-yard line. Driscoll carried the ball 30 yards. Johnson gained through the center, a pass from Gooch to Semansky was successful and then little Driscoll broke loose for 35 yards, which carried him over the line. Gooch kicked both goals. Middleburys only score came in the second period, after several long end runs had carried the down-Staters to the Vermont 10-yard line. A penalty 'in the very shadows of the goal posts put them In the running after Vermont had held them successfully, and a moment later Gollnlck scored. Potratz kicked the goal. The summary: VBRMONT MIDDLEBURY Keppler re Leary Semansky le Margolxkl lt.i Nowland lg K Johnaqn e, Maialey rg...... Purcell rg Garrity (Capt) rt Tryon re..... Sunderland re Driscoll qb . ( iooch 1 lib, Grelg rbb . .....rt Norton rt Kleverson .rg Ke Inbredi c Kalin . ..lg Lamphere It Potratx ...le Gallagher . .....qb Papke ...... rhb Drost ....Ihb Ashley Ihb Holquist ..fb Gollnick O Johnson . fb... Score, Vermont 14. Middlebury 7. Tonch-lipvns, Driscoll 1; Drnxt. Goals from touchdowns, Gooch 2, Pot rate. Itefeice, Young. Umpire, Morphy, Liuesinao, Burke. . Time. 15m periods. I H I R An excellent variety of 'silk striped shirts of madras, Russian cords and checks featuring the newest backgrounds and colors, were priced $5.00; for this sale $ 2.50 The finest selection of silk shirts -ini the smartest - color combinations, -backgrounds and stripes that-should appeal to' the most conservative and are ideal as Christmas'' gifts were priced $10.00; for, this sale . T . $ 5.00 Fine sport shirts of English flannel with collar attached in plain colors and stripes will appeal to men who love the out doors, these were priced $8.50; for this sale $5.50 123 TREMONT STREET, COLBY GIVES. HOLY CROSS REAL FIGHT Simendingei Shining Star in 14-0 Purple Victory Mains Team Reaches Five-Yard Line, but Lacks Punch I 1 Special Dispatch to the GIoW WORCESTER, Nov 12 Holy Cross found the going tough in todays game with Colby, and was forced to the limit to win, 14 to 0. The Colby line showed i excellent form, and time after time ; opened up big Holes in the Purple for-j ward line. The first half was about j even. Colby showing to better advantage if anything. Twice the Purple got within scoring distance in the first half, but penalties both times ruined chances of scoring. Colby kicked off to Holy Cross in the second half, and the Purple carried the ball down to Colbys 24-yard line, where Simendinger in a twisting, sidestepping run went over for Holy Cross first score. f x Colby again electee to kick, and the Purple again made a march down the field. Wallingford going over 'from the 10-yard tine. From then .on the Purple was never dangerous. Colby threatened to i scoro early in the fourth period. On an exchange of punts it was Colby's ball at midfield. Here the Maine team carried the ball 20 yards and with the aid of two passes had the ball on Holy Cross five-yard line, but was unable to carry it over. On the first lineup jSimendinger carried the ball to midfielu. The playing of Simendinger was the big feature of the game. The summary: HOLY CROSS Golembeakie le ant i i i McGrath It N'iluud It.. Ilobig It Cane lp., Gilder c.... Hcaly Cooney rt Young re........... Mahoney re Wallingford qb Ryan Ihb Itiopel Ihb Simendinger rho. . . , COLBY re Dollieare re Geary ...' rt Berkel rt .Berry 4 rg Managhnn , .c Enliolm c Wood lock lg Brown lg Fnsle It Lowery le Soule . le Callaghan qb Young rhb Dunmack rhb Vale ihb Millet Ihb lioyal Ihb Millet fb Sullivan fb Hendrix Touchdowns, Slmen- Mahaney fb.. Ityan fb Score, Holy Cross 14 dinger, Walflngford. Goals from touchdowns, Yhldea 2, Referee, I. M. Swlftticld. Umpire, W. H. Canoe! I. Linesman, W, F. Lewis. Time, 12m periods. W. & J. BEATS PANTHER BY SCORING ONE TOUCHDOWN PITTSBURG, Nov 12 Washington , & Jefferson defeated Pittsburg today, 7 to 0, on a field ankle deep in mud, before a cro&d which taxed the capacity of Forbes Field. Late in the third period Erickson got away to a 25-yard end run for Washington & Jefferson, and after five minutes of play in the final period. Bren-kert shot a forward pass to Kopf, and he registered the only touchdown of the game. R. Stein kicked the goal. Herb Stein, Pitts roving center, was the outstanding star of the game. The summary: WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON PITTSBURG Kopf le re F Williams Konviliimka It M McLean Koal lg ........rg ficldelson Crook e II Srein Vlneh rg ......C... . ..... . .lg I cterg WlderquiHt rt . f Ilarmon R Stein McDaughlin qb. qb Hollcrau Erickson Ihb rill; Anderson Brenkert rbb. lb Davies Busts ta fb. .1 fb Hewitt Score. Washington & Jefferson 7. Tnuchr down Kopf. Goal from touchdown. R. Sieiu. Referee. Tufts, Brown. Umpire. Thorp. Col-umbtiu Head Llnesuinn. Muffutt. Princeton. Field Judge, Murphy., Brown. Ohio Sttrf Has 28-0 Romp COLUMBUS, O. Nov 12 On a gridiron ankle-deep with mud Ohio State ploughed through Purdue for four touchdowns and a 23 to 0 victory today. r MAIL ORDERS FILLED .cr PENN STATES DRIVE TOO MUCH FOR NAVY ' ' I ... Killinger, Wilson- and Liglitner 13-? Victory . . at Philadelphia- PHILADELPHIA, Nov 12 Pennsylvania State defeated the United States Naval Academy, 13 to 7. on Franklin Field today. It was the first time this year that the Annapolis team has tasted of the bitter cup pt defeat, bitter because it led in the scoring and nalrowiy missed going into the lead again after losing the advantage. The victory banner the sturdy Pennsylvanians remains , unstained by defeat so far this season, the nearest they have come to it being a tie game with Harvard. Played on a field deep In mud from heavy rains the. game, was stubbornly contested. Although defeated, the Navy went down with colors flying, for in the last period the midshipmen showed one of the finest exhibition of line plunging and carrying the ball that' has been seen here this season. States College showed wonderful form on -the offensive and, with the exception of the final permd, gave an excellent exhibition of defensive work. , Navy Defense Inadequate $ The Navys defensive game was not up to the reputation it has gained this season, for the State players time after time plunged through the line of tackle, through the center and - around the ends. -Both sides indulged in the aerial game vWith indifferent success, long and short passes Were tried and each side crime near scoring touchdowns on long throws. , , , Killinger, States quarterback, played his usual wonderful game, both in going through the line and in turning the ends. His punting gained many yards for his team. Pressing hint hard for first honors were Wilson and Lightner, who were consistent ground gainers each time they carried the ball. Larson sparkled among the Navv stars, going all over the field to tackle runners and breaking Up the State Interference. Barchet was also a mighty worker scoring the Navys seven oints. Taylor, on the right wing of the Taw, broke up many of State's plays. - Twenty-five thousand 4 arsons braved the rain and cold to see the teams play. Navys only score came quickly after the opening of the game. The- 1 all was dribbled hardly more than 10 yards on the kickoff, and a Navy man fell on it before a State player could hold it on States . 40-yard line. The Midshipmen .hen began a series -of line plays that resulted in a touchdown. . State quickly came back with a Touchdown through the -brilliant work .of Killinger, Wilson and' Lightner, but Lightner failed to tie the score when his try at goal went wid. . . Penn State Has Punch . In the second period the-Navy fought hard to hold the Pennsylvanians, but the- speed and power of the attack coupled with the slippery field was too much for the Annapolis team and State after a fine exhibition of offensive work pushed the ball over for the second touchdown. In the last period the Navy received the .ball on a punt and downed it on lts own eight-yard , line. Then amid the frantic cheering of the Navy crowd the midshipmen pushed the ball down the field on short runs, forward passes and line plunges to State's 48-yard line, where It was lost. on downs. Shortly Remember, every piece of merchandise in this sale bears the Noyes Bros, mark, which stamps it with the seal of approval from New Englands leading mens furnishing shop. In taking advantage of this sale you are getting the best at lowest prices. Shop here now ' . "NECKWEAR , . Christmas is the season for neckwear and the values we present in this department will easily solve your problem. Wonderful Italian and Swiss silk ties in superb color com binations and newest designs were priced S2.50; for this sale t , t OPPOSITE PARK afterward the game ended. The summary! - . PKN2? STATE . NAVY Taylor . ........... rt King j rt" oliion 1 . . ., ....... .kg 1 rswley e I.rao lg Carney . . It Holies le 1 s rr lb Conroy .jh Nore Wilaon l!b. ... rfcb Koehler Lightner rhb... ,..lhb Hamilton Retiinger rhb ' Knabb fb m Bsrebet Cornwall fb Srore. Penn State 13. Nary 7. Touchdowns. Killinger. Lightner. Bnrehet. Goats from tmiclulowin. lalshtiifT, liarchet. Al Sharpe. Yale- Umpire, J A. Kvnn. Williams. Field Judge, R. W. Maxwell, Swnrthmore. Linesman., O. G. Eekles. Tipie. 15m litriods. CORNELL HELD DOWN BY SPRINGFIELD COLLEGE ITIIACAU N Y, ov 12-Cornell defeated Springfield College. 14 to 0. In the final home game of the season today. A blizzard swept across the field from the northwest and the gridiron was a mass of mud and snow-It was a travesty on football most of the time. Capt Dodge and Eddie Kaw were not. in the Cornell - lineup, the Cornell leader having been called home to Cleveland by the death of his father, while Coach Doble did not care to subject his star left halfback to possible Injury on such a field. The Ithacans started quickly, scoring within four minutes on a series of rushes from mid ''field, Ramsey going over for the score. Three fumbles, a stout defense by the visitors, who also managed to sto0 the off-tackle runs for a time andthe inability of the line and backs to get a firm footing held the Ithacans scorelegB . for the next two periods, but in the last they drove from the 40-yard line and thanks largely to two fine rushes by Don Post, substitute for Gould in this, quarter, they, scored. Post making . the tally. ttpringfield failed to make a first down. It tried a passing game once from Cornell's 35-yard line, btlt failed. The summaft : SPRINGFIELD re Walters rt Denny rg Mooh"t , re all c Waliiier lg MeCuinlier It Atliun Is Miller . . .qb Schaeffer rhb btout f OR NELL Canal il.y le.... Buckley le HuiiMon It.... Snmi-tnuu It Biajman lg... Rrayton c.... Junes rg. ..... Davidson rt. .. idimro re (lie nlo. k re Pfaitn qb Guild Ihb Pot Ihb Ramsey rhb. .lub Beasley Carey rTib .. . Olney fb fb CiTiletto Score, Cornell 14. Tooelidowns, lUmsey, Boat. Goal from touchdowns, Hanson 2. Referee O. F. Cutta. Batox. Umpire, D. W. Merrlman, Geneva. Linesman. F. lalmer Jr. Harvard. Field Judge. A. V. Rlsley of Colgate. Time, 12m periods. OHIO UNIVERSITY BEATS COLUMBIA, 23 TO 21, ON SAFETY NEW YORK.' Nov 12 Columbia University suffered its fourth defeat of the season today when Ohio University broke a 21-21 tie In the final eric-?. With a safety, winning, 23-21. Columbia scored all Its points In the first half. Ohio stiffened in the second half and made repeated gains through the line of its heavier opponents. 05c . ; Our regular $3:50. value neckwear , of im- 1 7 El . ported. materials is reduced for this sale to. . . tj) X c imported silk ties that sold all'season for. $1.50 JC ' are reduced for this sale to. . 1 . OpC .PAJAMAS : Cheviot' Pajamas in a pleasing variety of colors and stripes wee sold all. season for $5.00; reduced for CO rthis sale 'to:.: Silk Pajamas of. the finest quality and texture, correctly tailored were sold all season for $12.00; re- JQ CA duced for this sale-to STREET - WILLIAMS BEATS - AMHERSUO TO 0 Latter Had -Ho Chance, to - Cross Goal Winners 'Aerial Attack Proies Effective, Despite Mud Special Dispatch to the Globe WILLIAMSTOWX. Nov 13 Williams beat Amherst tn Us big game of the reason on Weston jfleld here today, the bcore being 20 to 0. Three times the Purple 'crossed the opponents goal line, whie the Sabrinas were- neves dangerous as ar scoring proposition. It was a clean-cut victory tor Coach Percy Wendell's men who outclassed their ancient foe In all departments except that of punting in which Elliot held his own with Mon k. the home team's crack kicker. The game was played on a sloppy field but this fact did not prevent Williams from uncorking an aerial attack which Amherst was at a loss to solve for a time. Two ef the home team's touchdowns followed long heaves which brought the pigskin close t- the opposing goal line. The Purple was not forced to depend upon any special brand of football to win over Its opponent. Old-fashioned line plunging was a big factor in the home team' attack which was powerful and deceptive at all times. Amherst was forced to play a defensive game almost from the start, and It was helped along materially la this respect by Eliiott's long purjfs. Mallon. the Purple's quarterback. -'iib-Licsd in some pretty open field running in returning kicks, which offset these boots to a certain extent, while the Williams ends covered Monjo's punts m telling style. Not until the final"period did Amherst open up it attack, but it could make Do headway with its forward passes, not one of which was completed. Made 18 First Downs The fact that Williams clearly surpassed Its old rival is clearly shown ny the fact that the former made 13 first downs front scrimmage during the fray, while Amherst made but five. Two of the latters were helped along by penalties. Mallon and Richmond were noth star performers In the backfleld for Williams. .The former ran the team in fine style, hurled the forward passes accurately and took a turn at carrying the ball with good results. - Richmond was perhaps the most consistent ground gainer for the home team after he entered the lineup, but J. Wll son and Burger were also reliable men In taking the pigskin.- On the line, Capt Fargo was a tower of-strength, while Boynton and Pease also acquitted themselves with glory for the Purple. Wing, the star .mherst halfback, was stopped early n lh game. The entire visiting backfleld. moreover, could do little in the way of advancing the leather. Williams first touchdown came in the opening period. . .After the Amherst defense had braced and held on the 35-yard line, Mallon dropped back to try a goal from the field from the 45-yard line. The attempt was blocked and the ball was recovered by Boynton near the middle of fhe field. A .minute later a forward pass. Mallon to Pease, netted 45 yards, bringing the pigskin to the two-yard line, from which point Burger carried It over. Mallon kicked the goal. Amherst Rallies for a Time Amherst uncorked a stout defeVise in the second period and prevehted further scoring for a time. In the third period, however. Williams got Its second touch- down. Boynton recgered a fumble on the 45-yard line, providing the opportunity of which his trim mate were quick to take advantage Another forward pass, Mallon to Pease, netted 35, yards. From the Id-yard line. J. Wilton circled the end for the touchdown. Mallon kicked the Koal. Amherst asserted Itself near the close of the third quarter and held fr downs on Us on-yard line. Ulltot then kicked from behind his goal posts to the X- ,, , , yard Jine. When tho laat quarter f , openl. Williams umorked a lire Mfu. $ "'. I!, bi iini smashioff attack which swept Its foe ,, cuk, Iubc, Ua KnKi. down the field. With Mallon. Richmond and Wilson alternating in carrying the ball, the opposing team wa pushed back for the last touchdown. Mallon kicked the goaf. Denplle the unfavorable weather, one of the greatest crowds of recent years turned out to see the battle. Four hundred Amherst undergraduates followed the team to the Berkshire Todays game was the inh played between the two colleges and it was the 2Jt victory for Williams. Amherst has won u and four hare been ties. The summary: WILLIAMS AMHtE-CT I lly ar cs 1 , ( ! Ca,y . SiaiUiesfT It 1 I Hnt-tnmtn I .......V. If Wsrcrtrr i j Byers Ig r I IWyotea e r Wle-h J ! If 11- I Ff e e .if Vfl I Forge rt I U It to InudHS A tUM I . IVjse re....... I Cift re I Simons re Ms. bos Vl 1 1 -m Itlt..,., ( ul.Oil Ihb.... Mouys rui..... Rnrltm rbb..., Booe-r fb...... fu-or. Willi sms kpeeial Dispatch Is Ik Glebe NEW HAVEN. Nee K-Th rVesb-men Jfe ted Harvard FmLBsra t-day. g to e Jo Ihrtr tuaiiaj football gam, wbiifi was jlayrat cm Tale Jjcld as a curtain rair to the TsWIrntve-a0 lr J. (i .s. N, ra. kp. d-a ; ,m Contest. Hutted three times tMjrtKSawa. awr4 fef 2 Hul Jin ft Of 1 0flf. 1kkf1 mt I ! WeH twwe-W , x tie. Ijsewts. ilwvty ef toeea. Tast. ! each time for downs., a forwsrl 15s quarters. being rn rd to on th faJ snc-rspt. i Yale ecx-r-d let in th fnt fueled. I when Capt Pond went fo touch-1 Leitjar tr.ser t J me o.'uaH wish q kicking duel NEW HAMPSHIRE RUNS - WILD AGAINST M. A. C.jd DURHAM. N H Vov l--In .dm-. .Tr zle this afternoon New Hampehit d- L , , . .. . r Tested krsssschuscls Arricullurxl Col- S a1 LnsUy rtd the lege. K to 7. at the opening of the Memorial Field. Capt Connor cf Un Blue and White team was the out standing star. HU work both on of- fense and defense was wonderful. In the scond erlod he tan 55 yardt frora Wentworth, et-Stltm High star and Litchfield starred with Counties la N. Ii.a backfleld. Ltch in th see- ond quarter picked up a loose ball on line and faced the whole the second l-trioci rie tan Le yards rrorn a fake kick formation fora toucadown. Massachuseta A. C. was outclassed in all departments from the start. XY ifiiu tjuBiirr 1'ii apij umwt iNlil vn the to-yard line and faced the whole Bay State yam to the goal Lee Kr - lnr a touchdown. New Hampshires entire second team Dlaved th third period and held th played th third period and held the Amherst lads scoreless. The lone Massachusetts A. C. tally came la the Urt quarter by means of a senes of good line plays. The summary: N. II. STATE UAIqJ AGRICULTURAL Berry le. . n AtsrjXimxs Neville le Gadbuie It rt Utttmt McKelvle It Loiiofl 1. .tg- Mxttbess lloOart Is i's t ri k c. frnri&dS (jf ffvssssssstssssssssssseeea.lf r fWit rt. ScDbora rt HrwJflck CJ rt v mm SkrfWOOd r essttssss4ess If A V fiHr ijb. (ssssssssssstk bifKii( qH (tiitfi f ho ILH. ,1,. .fbb Collin Wentworth Ibb. rb Micbbeld rtb ( . Uit It s btrl rhb.t.,., i&b t'oemor fb. .,..(b LriiidU Lorii fb Score. Now IliBiMliir ?tt ZA, Nt( Afriltonl 7. ToeubiiovM. i, rollloi, laitrhftobt. firm r. IVil. Strfeoft. iiaii from tmrbulm, Lomoti ft. Cotton. Tin. Io pmod. 7, WESLEYAN 0 SCHENECTADY. Nov V Union Col-F?ge football platers won their Itt home game of the season today by downing Wesleyan. 7 to 0. The result was somewhat ef a surprise, as (he Methodists were favored to win by a big score. Unions touchdown was j terback Heidorf. who also kicked IN me jn the second terxJ to U'cro r ( r - .I,:,,0.r, rn ! eight-yard in. I..i-r tarried t r l.u i o w hu'"5rv!-n' 1 r n 1 kbked I goal. T.v tuc from where he took the ball over. W s- t rnar" lean ta-s In position to score lli. ' eve,, but tbs Garnet line held, triggers i c r ,,jCH - Ul h T1CI tried two drop kicks and faded. The j .. . summary i it rt f mn rxiox vesictak iwi Kru Usee.... kifcti rC A WU j rt r . . .. . i.. MllfWf ((. .se.eeeve... ,t( ff . - If UlMltlH' K !! itn e e e e e. e . s e e e e e e . ta k f i Hf ft C. a a a e e . e e . e e e t a aM. . , ,r ) alrf (1 . a " llOOl r Iff i fe J It 0 I N ft. ... .......... It Y 'f W .......................... W FVPfiT WrillOC t..a.aa.aMtatMaaaaea,a. .kf Fsl W w tb HiiUlfl qb. s e e ee e ee en .. . e. .qb " lik W V lnT ItiA. a.aaaaatsatitaaa. flit Ab bliaP 1 I's Imr r rbb. a.. a...... Ihb f rirwi rtb. . .ib w 7 It b rbb- lob A t4uf t - I fb Utkfr fb. a a. aaa aa aaaa . aa fb Tl(pM F UT fb V mu Mi Sti T, wrfr S 1 . --r Cr-rb. " UN fNLitu I m v-vtr Abyr. I I CUfcJfcW. XtfM ibaa sta- YALE- FRESHMEN Will OVER HARVARD, 6 TO 0 Capt Pond Gets Touchdown Early in Contest Crirnssa Ycartirs Hi!J Thru Tfcssca IQ-YzriU:! n midfield nd Norris, who J mini at ocanerht V. cirried I end for 3 jards. Pond laied aa end ! tall j the ! fUrT D-srd, Kswh'.er and J Krarii hit the lltritri Doe, lak'ng the ard nt.rk. ar.d Icmd The, : : JLK , S - r !! . semen on joe list ! ball to the fcv-, ! . , . . 1 I19 tr. The ' nU-tJIVEV HALT At, It rtLMlVfX Be ,r bsl T; j. r a t,trt r " jler V.V.V. V.V.V.V I -t-t c l',3a rt A-.y.r rt w u W ... tlflll !" kr tUimufi k Lihih4 rg rt i.tvfMrf rt 1 fa' ft Ut t r A a r Nsft t IW V-U ls ... 1 . -ir liiifadb ..a at A fib !imui.i4 .. rtb Hiiritv rt m .... ir 1 ! ... fb 1 HUXtT'J b I .. ...m. . M I rbb f.aa. Krt-4t f. ......... .......... . J fb W fb w,nv f. I 1 uitfitifift ljbrb Ium. yrrMKjt. WORCESTER TECH ENDS SEASON WITH DEFEAT WOP.CF-STEIL Nov 1? lVarmitr Ts.h football trim rudM lls UCl atiacSs. today by goir-g down to dafrat twfwr IlraataUar Tech of Tnsy. 7 la i tt same score 1, which th Traj pUjcps won last year. It was Worcester Techs th stn.fht defeaL Wore ter Tech scored a toub-donn In th second period when s forward pas Clough to lrry. put th ball on tht -jarj 3t. from where Clough earned it owr the line. The kira for gvl failed. Cains ty Burns. l::r and Bened'r $ )

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