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10 TIMES PHON'E MAIM 2020 THE EL PASO TIMES El PW HOME Newjnaner TIMES PHONE MAIN 2020 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1935 900,000 FANS TO SEE BIG GAMES TODAY TfilHIE SEEN 1 Gi FRONT Ranks Of Undefeated Are Sure To Be Thinned In Contests. By ALAN GOILD Atiotlated Presa SporH Editor New York, Oct. 25 (AP). Anywhere you happen to look lor it there's likely to be trouble along the collegiate football front tomorrow. October's last Saturday of American gridiron warfare holds forth the prospect of brisker weather, bigger upsets and better crowds than for any day this season. Reports gathered by the Associated Fress tonight indicated close to 900,000 fans will witness 30 of the nation's outstanding college games. An aggregate turnout of 300,000 is expected for ten leading games in the East, including a capacity crowd for the Navy-Notre Dame affair at Baltimore. At New Haven 50,000 are expected for the annual battle between Yale and Army. Expect 56,000. The midwest's biggest attendance, 56.000, is forecast for Northwestern' challenge to the powerful Minnesota Gophers at Minneapolis. Five major attractions on the far western schedule likely will draw over 150,000, and another 150,000 will witness the main conference engagements of the South. Whrther or not the survivors prolit from the lessons of outfits which forgot to cluck last Saturday, the ranks of major underrate d teams appear certain to get another brisk clipping. There are only about a score of unbeaten "big league" teams left. Half of these may be knocked off tomorrow, aided by the fact that a couple of unbeaten elevens, Mississippi and Marquette, meet at Milwaukee, while two more, Vale and Army, get together in the Last. AtvfMH the others lucky to es- i cape unscathed so lar. I'enn siaies rtreak seems likely to be abruptly ended by Pittsburgh. It will be no surprise if Texas Christian is stopped by Centenary's nigged "Cientlernen" at Shreveport. Washington's unbeaten Huskies, although playing on home grounds, are favored but will be hard -pressed by Stanford. Iowa stake its clean slate against Illinois in another tightiy-drawn affair. Teams May Rebound. Otherwise it's solely a ipiestion of how fur the "underdogs" will in spoiling sectional or national championship ambitions of high-balling aggregations. If there's anything in the rebound theory, already exploited. Harvard has a chance to whip Dartmouth. West Virginia to spill Temple, Cornell to beat Princeton, .Southern California has a chance tv upset California. Oiegon to trip U. C. L. A. and Indiana to topple mighty Ohio State. Hut no Mich eventualities can be expected, let alone forecast. The recoids of the unbeaten array here look safe for at least another week. Yale's well-conditioned warriors, who ended Navy' winning streak last Saturday, have an excellent opportunity to check Army's unbeaten march. Navy, on the rebound, has enough man-power to upset Notre Dame, but the ltamlilcrs figure to ride their winning streak for at least one more week. Michigan's Wolverines, invading New York for the fir-t tunc, look too big and strong for tne Columbia Lions, mangled last week by Pennsylvania and apparently going nowhere this seas' m. North Carolina State figures to beat Manhattan, but not by much. Villanova should l.i ip its winning streak intact aiMiust Detroit, in the first game of the home - and - home "double-header" between these intersect mnal rivals 1his season, but Carnegie hasn't the manpower to cope with untwiit-en Purdue. Colgate Favored. Down East, while Dartmouth's high-scoring Indians go after Harvard's scalp, with every reuson to feel confident of the result. Colgate's Red Raiders are fav.iieil to whip Holy Cross before a sellout crowd of 23.000 at Worcester. After three major games in a row. Pennsylvania has a "breather" ar.alnst Lafayette. Syracuse, somewhat riddled by injuries but still unbeaten, should have sufficient reserve strength to trounce Brown. Iowa and Illinois, each of which took an extra week to prepare for this Saturday's en- Battering Football Will Feature Rice-Texas Grid Clash At Austin By BILL PARKER Associated Press Sports Writer Seven Southwest Conference football machines are at the battle front and ready to roll Into action Saturday in two important Conference and three non-Conference combats The heavy touchdown gunning will be at Austin, where the invading Rice Owls and the University of Texas Longhorns clash In the Conference's top game. Blistering rivalry exists between these two teams. Rice must win to retain a chance at the Conference bunting. The Longhorns will be making their 1935 Conference bow. They are determined to erase the sting of last year's crushing 20 to 9 defeat. Battering, bruising football will be in order with Rice running formations from single and double wing backs, and the Longhorns offrring deception from the Notre Dame system. The undefeated Baylor Bears arc at College Station for a major engagement with the Texas A. and M. Aggies. The Bears seek their sec ond Conference win. The Aggies will be after their first. Spectators at this game will see the Aggies un leash a dangerous running attack that was strong enough to come back and score two touchdowns last week against Texas Christian. Just how much the Southern Methodist Mustangs "let-down after their inspired 10 to 0 victory last we'.'k over Rice, will be seen Saturday night at Wichita Falls. where the Mustangs gallop against Hardir -Simmons. The undefeated Texas Christian I rogs crippled but stout of heart, arc at Shreveport for their annual tilt with the Centenary College Gentlemen. Coach "Dutch" Meyer invaded the Louisiana City with 26 men. He experts to use most of them. Meyer is badly in need of able bodied tackles. At Payelteville, the University of Arkansas Razorbacks will battle the College of Ozarks in what the Razorbacks hope will be an easy game. High Football Ranger 0, Abilene 28 Breckenridge 21, : Ballinger 0, Cole- Guymon 0, Perry-M.: Faben, Texas 0. Austin (El Rosa 7: Donns Handley Army V. 0. 27; Junior gagement at Champaign, headline the Big Ten warfare. Ohio State and Minnesota figure to fatten their scoring averages at the expense of second division members of the Big Ten, Indiana and Northwestern. Chica;,'o should break into the conference winning column at Wisconsin's expense. The best way to handle the Southern situation, so fur as trying to pick winners is concerned, is to avoid it entirely. No team's reexrd or reputation seems .safe in Dixie this season. For that reason Georgia's apprehension in staking its unbeaten record against Alabama tomorrow is well justified. On past performance, it sh'.nild be Georgia, I on a hunch we'll piik Alabama. Picks L. S. I". Georgia Tech, which toppled Duke last Saturday, doesn't figure repeat over another unbeaten ri-al. North Carol. na. Elsewhere in the Old South, it looks like Louisi-a. i State over Vanderbilt, Maryland over Florida. Tulane over Se-wanee and Tennessee over Centre, but keep your fingers crossed. Mississippi State, conqueror of Alabama, stens out against Xa ier at Cincinnati on the way to its engagement with Aimy at West Point the fol'iMWing week. A sellout crowd of 37.00(1 will see Washington's attempt to turn back Stanford at Seattle, with the Huskies well fortified to do so. Oregon State looks H have a slight edge over Washington State at Portland, with U. C. L. A. favored over Oregon at Los Angeles and California over Se " in California's battered Trojans at Berkeley, where 411,000 fa'"; are expected. It i c e, upset by Southern Methodist last week, is likely to rebound into the victory column at the expense of Texas in the outstanding Southwest Conference game. Baylor should remain unbeaten against Texas A. & M. hi the Kocky Mountain Conference game, Utah, playing at home, is the choice over Denver. The Big S.x Co' Terence title hopes of Oklahoma, now coached by Capt. Biff Jones aie likely to be upset by Dana HiMe Nebraska Cornhuskers. COUNTRY STORE Ewry W i iliii sdn N'ii(ht St 9 I'. M. GEORGE'S PLACE KOrt N. Stunton I'ercy AdUxnon (rnri;r knight At Abilene: At Cisco: Cisco 7. At Coleman: man 0. At Pcrryton: ton 42. At Hatch, N. 81. Hatch 0. At El Paso: Ysleta Pasol 32. At Houston: Jeff Davis (Houstonl 6; Milby (Houston) 0. At Texas City: Texas City 20; Pasadena 0. At La Feria: Raymondville 8; La Feria 12. At Rio Hondo: McAUen 20; Rio Hondo 0. At Donna: Santa 35. At Fort Worth: Grandview 0. At New Haven: Varsity 26; Yale J At Atlanta: Gilmer 25; Atlanta 0. At Dalhart: Dumas 0; Dalhart 67 At Coleman: Ballinger 0; Cole man 0, (tie.) At Estelline: Turkey 0; Estel- une b. At Happy: Happy 0; Canyon 0, 'tie.) At Wheeler; Wheeler 40; Texola 6. At Stamford: Hamlin 6; Stamford 7. At San Saba: Brady 0; San Saba 34. At Baird: Rising Star 0: Baird 6. At Gorman: Stephenville 0; Gorman 22. At San Antonio: Sidney Lanier, iS. A J 6; Floresville 6. (tie.) Edison, (S. A.) 0; Uvalde 0, (tie.) Kennedy 20; Beeville 0. Karnes City 20; Waelder 6. T. M. I. (S. A.) 20; San Marcos Baptist Academy 0. Carrizo Springs 19; Cotulla 0. At Cleburne: Temple 6; Cleburne HERS BEATEN If BUFFALDES Canyon Scores Twice Earlv And Smothers Oredigger Attack. o. At Teague: Malakoff 6; Teague 7. At Corsicana: Waco 3; Corslcana NOTICE Classified Advertisers Copy for the big Sunday Want Ad Section must be in The Times Want Ad Department not later than 10 p.m. Saturday. Copy accepted up to tliu time will be included in the Big Southwest Resource and Harvest Edition. Phone M. 2020 for Ad-Taker At Dallas: Sherman 20; Highland Park 0. At McKinney: Gainesville 19; Mc- Kinney 12. At Rosenberg: Eagle Lake 10; Rosenberg 0. At Fort Worth: Toly (Ft. Worth) 7; Paschal Ft. Worth) B. At Galveston: St. Juseph's (Dallas) 12; Kirwin 'Galveston) 7. At Barstow: Fort Davis 0; Barstow 8. At Quanah: Wichita Falls 6; Quanah 6, Uie.) At Graham: Bridgeport 0, Gra ham 32. At Columbus: La Grange 8, Columbus 16. At Brownsville: Kingsville 7. Brownsville 18. At Texarkana: Longview 8, Tex- arkana 0. At Dallas: Carrollton 0, Teriill -School 43. At San Antonio: Austin 0, Thomas Jefferson IS. A.) 14. At Tyler: Gladewater 6. Tyler 0. At Harlingcn: Corpus Chrlsti 41, Harlingen 13. At Edinburg: Mercedes 0, Edin- burg 14. At Weslaco: San Benito 7, Wes-aco 6. At Lufkin: Palestine 20, Lufkin 12. At Athens: Nacogdoches 6, Ath ens 13. At Bryan: Waxahachie 6, Bryan 0. At Houston: Sam Houston (Hous ton) 52; Conroe 0. At Big Spring: Plalnvlew 0; Big Spring 6. At Greenville: Paris 7; Greenville 32. At Victoria: Corpus Christl College Academy 0; Victoria 12. At Sulphur Springs: Marshall 8; Sulphur Springs 13. At Mount Vernon: Winnsboro 0; Mount Vernon 0, (tic.) At San Angelo: North Side (Fort Worth) 6: San Angelo 20. At Fort Stockton: McCamey 31; Fort Stockton 0. At Shamrock: Memphis 0; Sham rock 14. At Jacksonville: Mexia 12; Jack sonville 0. At Albany: Clyde 0; Albany 13. At Dallas; Woodrow Wilson At Olney: Masonic Home (Fort M YEAR S SIE SURPRISE Nil! 11 THE SUMMARY. W.T.S.T.C. Touchdowns . . PoInU alier toichdowns .... t Tint downo 17 rosaoi attempted 4 Paues completed . .... S Puiti Intercepted by ...... 4 Yard taintd paulna; to Yarda from aerlmmaae ,...&! Y'ardi ti acrlmmaf inf .... 3 Fnmblrs t Own lamhlet recovered .... 1 Panta. number of II! Panto, dl.tance of 444 Pants, returned by , ? PenalUei, number flf ....... 5 Yardi loit penalties 41 Klcaoff. nomber of , S Klraoffi, distance of 131 Klcaeila. relumed by Mlnea IS 23 111 111? it i IS I 40 40 From points where ball was kicked. Shoving over two touchdowns early in the first quarter through straight power plays mixed with a fast running attack sparked by Van Noy, Dow and Murry, the West Texas State Teachers' College eleven, of Canyon, yesterday defeated the College of Mines eleven, 14 to 0, before some 500 football fans at Kidd Field. Apparently convinced that his eleven could take the Muckers just about anytime they chose after watching the tilt for seven or eight minutes, Coach Al Baggett, of the visiting Buffaloes, started firing reserves into the game. Before it had ended, he had used just about every man on the squad of 28 he brought to El Paso for the game. But tossing out that first quarter, when the Muckers couldn't stop Dow's line plunging and the fast scooting Van Noy and Murry, the game was close and hard fought. Kicking Saves Mines. The Buffaloes never made a seri ous threat after mat nrsi quarter and the Miners never did penetrate the Buffalo 15-yard line when in possession of the ball. L. O. Page turned in a brilliant punting performance for the Orediggers, fre quently getting Coach Mack Saxon's crew out of trouble with deadly accurate boots of between 45 and 55 yards. The , Buffaloes, a rangy, loose jointed hustling ball club with plenty of power, versatility and alertness, received the opening kickoff and lashed off two first and tens from their 20. The Miners braced and held, and Van Noy punted to Fondren on the Mucker 14. Two line tries by Fondren and Adkins failed to gain and Page, on his first punt, got off his worst one. It went straight up, the Buffaloes getting it on the Miners Ja. van Noy skirted right end behind nice interference for 12 yards and Clark picked up eight around his left end. Down plunged to the 10 and Van Noy scooted around right end for the touchdown. Dow converted from placement. Launch Touchdown Drive. The Miners received and had the ball on their 20 when the kickoff was over the goal line. The Buffalo line was strong, and Page punted to the Buffalo 45, R. Davis returning to the 50. The Buffaloes immediately launched another touchdown drive, with Clark, R. Davis, Dow and Van Noy alternating, Dow finally chalking up the second tally with a power Worth) 27; Olney 0. (Dallas) 39; Forest Avenue Greenville Is First District Champion Greenville, Tex., Oct. 25 (AP) The Greenville High School Lions became the first 1935 district cham pions in the state tonight by defeating the Paris Wildcats, 32 to 7. The teams are the only Class A aggre Rations in District 9. Second and third-string reserves played a full three quarters for Greenville and kicked on the first down all of the second half. drive through the line from the one-yard stripe. As far as scoring was concerned that was the ball game. But there was plenty football turned in during the remaining 50 minutes of the contest football good enough to please nearly any football fan. The Buffalo reserve backs chased in to take the place of Dow and Van Noy weren't near up to the standard of their overstudies, but they were good enough behind the strong Canyon forward wall. Passes Intercepted. And it didn't make any difference anyway, because the Muckers jus couldn't launch a sustained gaining drive. Ashley and Adkins both turned m nice, long runs, and a passing combination, Cresap to Andrews and Crcsap to Ashley, gained several yards, but interceptions brought them to an end on three occasions. The Mucker line just wasn't up to coping with the larger, rangier Buf falo forwards, but a few of the line men, including Lionel "Red" An drews and Pete Paredes, with Carl Ivey, center, turned in sterling per formances. Several of the Muckers, including Lee Barnett, tackle, received bruises and cuts that will handicaD them ior several days, but no same is lated on the Mucker schedule for next week-end, giving Saxon and his assistant, Harry Phillips, plenty of opportunity to get their proteges back into eondition for a tilt with the Tempe Teachers at Phoenix, Nov. 11. W.TS.T.C. Pn. -Mine. Waggnner I? Andrews Lee It Barnett Hinser le Parades Jackson c. Ivev Rankin tg Thomas MeeK rf Kirbv-Smilii Cain re Page van noy nrj Fondr ri Clark lhb Spence Champion rlib Ashley Dow fb Adkins score By quarters: W.TS.T.C 14 0 0 014 MINKS 0 0 0 0 Substitions: W.T.S.T.C: Walline for Waggoner; R. Davis for Van Noy; T. Mur ry for R. Davis; McGrhee (or Hingcr; Cavlness for Rankin; T. Slack for V. Johnron; D, Johnson for Lee; L. Gibson for Dow; T. Waggoner for Walling; Pat- ton for Cain; Davis for Meek; D. John son for Mrtiehce. Mines; Walton for Barnett: CresaD for Fondren; Paden for Suencc; Hoarigan for Ashley: folk for Ivey: Walton for Jor- don. Scoring touchdowns: WTSTr- Van AOy. Dow. Points after touchdown: Dow 2 umotals: Referee. Bonev N.M M.I urn plrc, Davidson i Denton (; headlincsman Pennington iTexasi; field judge, Keenu (Texas A. M.l. Rockies Send Seven To Big-Time Grids Denver (AP). At least seven for mer Rocky Mountain conference football players are now in profes sional ranks, five of them with the Detroit Lions. They are: Earl (Dutch) Clark Colorado College; Jack Johnson and Frank Christensen. Utah Universi ty; George Grosvenor, Colorado University, and Elmer Ward. Utah State. Burle Kobison, formerly of Briir- nam Young, has joined the Philadel phia Eagles, and Wilbur (Red) wnite, all-conference halfback at Colorado State, has gone from Chi cago to St. Louis to Brooklyn. (Dallas At Henderson: London 0; Hender son 30. At Winters: Mozelle 0; Winters 51. At Tahoka: Slaton 48; Tahoka 6. At Littlcfield: Littlefield 6; Ralls 0. At Levelland: Levelland 27; Tar- well 12. At Post: Post 31; Anton 14. At Acuff: Frenship 18; Roosevelt 12. At Plainview: Lubbock Juniors 21; Plainview Juniors 6. At San Marcos: Seguin 7; San Marcos 3i At Brownfield: Lamcsa 39; Brown- field 0. Ton. MU 'The Mirnrle Rider" 2 BIG FEATURES 2 "( lrru Days" Cartoon II nl I, cliny fiimedy Lull Showing Today WIGWAM MM with CHARLES BCTTERWORTH UNA MERKEL Thtbttlifw it that tht laugh riot el tht yar ii THIS rc&imo ..tfRDEn n Added "(iuod riiHf IH onkryi" ( Aftoon TODAY AND TOMORROW PALACE A m I 'FRANCES LANGF0RD PATSY KELLY THREE RADIO ROGUES I'lux Our (ing Comedy Kiot Hetty Hoop Metro STARTS TODAY FEMININE PHI Ml IN FINIS Goldthwaite And Newbold Meet For Title In State Open. Fort Worth, Oct. 25 (AP). The championship of the first Texas women's open golf tournament at River Crest Country Club will be decided tomorrow, when Mrs. Frank Goldthwaite, Fort Worth, and Mrs. Charles Newbold, Topeka, Kan., meet for the title In a 36-hole match. Mrs, Goldthwaite gained the finals today when she defeated Miss Marion Miley, Lexington, Ky., in an upset victory, and Mrs. Newbold advanced with a 2-1 triumph over Miss Betty Jameson of Dallas. Mrs. Goldthwaite shot a 40, four above men's par, on the first nine this morning against a 42 for Miss Miley. The Fort Worth girl's putter brought her victory in the afternoon in spite of rain that made the links1 heavy. , Mrs. Newbold also was shooting excellent golf on her morning round today, turning in a 41 for the first nine against a 44 for Miss Jameson. Speedy Loyola Backs Lead Lions To 16-0 Victory Over Texas Tech i-os Angeles, Oct. 25 (AP). Loy. oia University's Lions, gathering momentum after a bad early season start, roared through their first major intersectional foe tonight in an arc-light game at Gilmore Sta dium, defeating Texas Tech. 16 to 0. The game was witnessed by 18.000. The Lions got under wav a minute after the opening of . the second quarter, when they rammed the Texans back on their own goal line, aided by a penalty, and blocked Merrill's punt. Texas recovered, giv ing me Lions two points lea minutes later, Byrne. Lovola naiiback, raced 16 yards to Tech's 31 on a punt. Acquarelli made 15 yards m two plunges, then rammed through for a first down six yards trom tne goal. Snell scored on a Quarterback sneak. Ratkovitch entered the 10 convert ana Kicked the extra point. HATCH DEFEATED HI1S GROCERY TEAMS WIN GIES The Hawkins Dairy team took two games out of three from the A. B. C. Beermen and the Piggly-Wiggly Rollers won by the same margin from the Able Cleaners In Federal League tilts on the Federal Club alleys last night. The scores; A. B. C. Beer Club. Player ut 2nH Biff Peters 122 1H8 Bob Lowman 147 133 E. L. Trowell 129 168 Zwlrk 147 184 H. P. Vouehn Handicap 181 a 151 8 Total Players T. Johnson . . H. Feldman . W. T. Horrell M. Ponsford L. J. White . 734 808 Hawkins lHlry Club. 1st ... 204 .. 183 .. 13H ... 14 .. 135 2nd 171 145 121 148 135 Total 810 720 Able Players D. Juen H. MrKemy . . . L.. Benedetto . Seth Orndorff B. Amato Cleaners Club. 1st 2nd 158 125 135 107 124 97 Ill 159 178 180 Total Players B. 1 Baker . L. Cotlins .... Laskv S. Feldman . L. Rosenfield Handicap 70 868 Piffly-Wifily Club. It 114 , 167 , 101 144 83 , 20 2nd 122 192 11 182 166 20 Total 3rd 158 486 122 402 126 421 14 457 158 490 8 34 718 2280 3rd 148 523 126 454 145 405 148 443 178 446 741 2271 3rd 146 429 152 394 118 340 134 404 149 507 700 J074 3rd 130 266 156 515 138 335 170 476 125 386 20 60 739 2158 DEL MONTE CAFE All Kinds of Mexican Dishes and Yoor Favorite Drinks COME OUT TONIGHT 3300 Alameda SAT SUN MON roaovvai fee him ride the lid inn of Venice In bil f tin taxi . . . nd tame the wild women of Broad way with hit brand new ltal- iano muitachlo . 0 er starring DICK POWELL JOAN BLOND ELL PUK Comedy Cartoon Newo And For Nary DT "An Ffyptlin Ad""" Made by the V. S. Fleet CRAWFORD 81-D BY FABEIMS (Special to The Times) Hatch, N. M Oct. 25. A big Fabcns team scored almost at will today to run over the lighter Hatch High School eleven, 81 to 0. Sparkplugged by Ross Robinson, little quarterback, the Fabens team scored in the first five minute of play and had counted 12 touchdowns and run up 9 extra points before firing ceased. Robinson scored four touchdowns; Claude Howe, three; A. B. Cronkrite and Al Pearson, two each, and Mike Moros, one. Fabens scored 14 points in the first quarter, 26 in the second, 19 in E DEFEATED BY AUBUHN Duke Stadium, Durham, N. C, Oct. 25 (AP) One blocked punt gave Auburn's Plainsmen of the South-sastern Conference a 7 to 0 victory nere this afternoon over the Duke Blue Devils in the first defeat at home the Southern Conference team had suffered in football since 1931. It was, however, the second consecutive loss for Wallace Wade's men, Georgia Tech having beaten them 6 to 0 last week in Atlanta. Just before the first quarter ended, Duke's star triple-threat artist, Ace Parker, tried a punt as he stood on his 23-yard line. Frank Ganit, Auburn guard, blocked the kick and as the pigskin bounced it was gathered in by Hamp Williams, end, who raced 18 yards to score. Hay-good Paterson, a tackle, blocked Parker away from Williams and then added the point after touch down by placement. The scoring and the scoring threats were over for the afternoon Dut a crowd of 9000 sitting in crisp, sunshiny weather, was treated to a brilliant exhibition of football both before and after the lone tally. Duke staged its nearest threat at a score immediately after the Auburn score. the third, and 21 in the fourth. Pete McGIoughlin, captain and tackle for the Hatch eleven, stood out on defense. NOW si Jr. "IkttfJ him...tU ftrwttmt we mtt. Mybi H wii tht moonlight. But I ntvr sd 'Till cUtth cfo u. ptrt.' Tht wis his td , . ." loan, never io gorgeous, at the hard-t o - g t charmer who meett htr match. 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