The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on November 16, 1947 · 23
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THE, BOSTON,SIMAY, GLOBE-NOVEIWIZR .16 1947 Tweity,Three Tennessee's Aerial Onslaught Devastates 13. Strikes by Proctor Decisive as Eagles Muff Opportunities By ' VERN MILLER KNOXVILLE, Tenn., Nov. 15Boston College stormed the ramparts of Tennessee and was brutally repulsed, 38 to 13, today. Some 24,000 witnesses saw the Volunteers losers of five major games this Fallcome to life and slash the Eagles' pass defense to impotent wing feathers. The crowd recalled that no . , Yankee team, suh, ever has won u r v y a football fracas in Knoxville in, Jo. these 16 years against in to l ields Gen Robert Neyland. And only three southern colleges have Y defeated them in their mighty to bons Air home lair. The Eagles entered the game bowl-hungry and eager. Their running offense functioned M agic,10 go 0 smoothly, carving out 21 first ,- downs and all sorts of yardage. -- It was through the air that Tennessee wrought ruin. A Worcester Pair 19-year-old home town boy. t J. Sw. iacki. B. Proctor (he doesn't like 1 i the given name of James Beau- , Yabionsk, fort) was the passer whose ac- T- curacy on running jump passes Kum Crusaders was uncanny. 3 Touchdown Passes Proctor passed for three t chdowns. completed his first five straight for two scores. The Vo Is poured it on. Proctor was sent into the game for the clincher. Everyone in Shields-Watkins Stadium knew a pass was corning. As the game-ending horn was gurgling, Proctor on an end run 3umned and struck Monk Fowler in the end zone. The touchdown was scored after the gun went off and the extra point was missed after the game had officially ended. The only department in which the resurgent Vols were of! the beam was on conversions. They missed all six. Never has the Maroon and told pass defense looked more porous. A steady stream of defensive backs failed to stem the Volunteers. The Eagles drew first blood on a 6-yard touchdown march. They whittled away on short, consistent gains until Jim Beneditto scored on a seven-yard pitchout run. They looked smart and dominating. A tipoff on the errors to come occurred when Tom Brennan fumbled on a fourth down kick, Tennessee recovering. Tennessee didn't waste the opportunity. It got some juicy breaks when on two incompleted passes, the B. C. line was chastised for being offside. See B. C. Page 25 - Jumbos Wallop Statesmen, 20-6, in Season's Windup By ED SHEA Maine Tips Bates, 19-13, to Claim State Championship LEWISTON, Me., Nov. 15A 71-yard touchdown drive which started at the close of the third period and carried over into the final frame gave the University of Maine a 19-13 victory over Bates and the Maine state title in A thrid"r herr. tcriay. "rzbbit" Dombl : b.7 f.'s 1. : 13 r-rin elJdng th- x:i-,,1;: touchdown. Fel- naL3 ioilowers the game was disappointing as the locals reached the 10.-yard stripe twice, once in the third period and again as time ran out in the last period. See MAINE Page 29 , Alabama Topples Gilmer's Pitching BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Nov. 15 (AP)Alabama bounced Georgia Tech from the list of nation's perfect record teams today, 14-7, as Harry Gilmer turned in one of his brighter pitching performances. A capacity crowd of 35,000 watched in awe as Gilmer, a frail-looking youngster, passed the favored Yellow Jackets dizzy in the first half when he completed seven At eight tosses. lie hhd five straight without a Miss to carry the Tide 57 yards of a first period 69-yard scoring drive. After scoring the first touchdown himself on a plunge he threw two more passes to end "bond street A New Ttealke1411 rzeickitz411 IF In 1 ' Cal I like 1 i ei ..3 ....tki ".',i 4 , ..111IwIft,l,... 1 I , ''' Slip your foot into this smooth-as-velvet oxford and thank Treadeasy for putting you on a new footing of shoo-happiness. TREADEASY SHOE STORE 140 BOYLSTON ST., BOSTON tiller Colonial Thoator Worcester Pair, Swiacki, Yabionski, Ruin Crusaders By JERRY NASON I NEW YORK, Nov. 15Holy Cross desperately attempted to emerge from the state of chaos at Baker Field today with its best and most bristling exhibition of the season. It wasn't enough. Columbia's blue-shirted boys came off a springboard in the second half to forge a 10-0 victory in the first football contest ever played between the two. A couple of fellows who abide virtually in the shadows of Holy Cross' dining hall unhorsed the symbolic Crusader after a stern tussle. One was Bill Swiacki, the fabulous pass catcher who lives in Southbridge, Mass, and for. merly attended Holy Cross. The second was Ventan Yablonski, a Worcester citizen and brother of a former Holy Cross Zullback. Swiacki did not disappoint the 28.000 patrons who recalled his circus catches to defeat Army and made another of his grabs from a flying trapeze for the touchdown. In the third period. Yablonski converted the seventh point, and at the top of the final quarter pounded a field goal over the bar from the 20- yard line. See HOLY CROSS Page 25 AMHERST, Nov. 15The Tufts College football team ended its season in a blaze of glory as it rolled to a 20-6 victory over a fighting University of Massachusetts eleven at Alumni Field before 4000. The Jumbos avenged the humiliating 27-0 defeat of a year ago as speedy Johnnie Calagione chalked up two tallies, one on a 34-yard gallop along the sidelines to provide the Brown and Blue with its fifth triumph. Fortunately for the i alert Jumbos, the Statesmen tried too much basket ball on a colct field and set up the first two Tufts scores on fumbled laterals from which points diminutiveJulie Doliner carried for one score, and Johnnie CalaSee TUFTS Pare 27 Georgia Tech, 14-7; Brilliant . Rebel Steiner In the second period, the final for six yards and a tally to climax a 22-yard scoring movement. Ile completed 11 4 f 13 passes for the day. Georgia Tech, seeking its eighth straight victory, rallied in the second half with two freshmen backs, Bob McCoy and Red Patton, carrying the offensive brunt. After repulsing the Tide twice in the shadow of the goal the Jackets drove 85 yards to a score with McCoy going over from three yards out. Allen Bowen converted to keep alive Tech's chances for a tie. For Rion In Block or Brown Calfskin fits Biro a good glove 512" J1 , f ,, , . . v , , . , ,i".7. 1mil , '1 it ,.,A ,..-- ill, - e,, -s - li ,.. . 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By ROGER B1RTWELL Medford Class A pass PesIliinNtoCEa TTOi gNe,rNt.ouJc.,hNd oowv. n it: f Po rrein5e0e t000no thuerrneedth iYs aalef t's- Irish Shake Off . . ernoon and upset Yale, 17 to O. 1 Champion by 13-ti As cheers from victory- I - Yale's mighty forward pass- Northwestern,Get starved Princeton alumni I ing attackreputedly one of I Wili Over el Chel ge, echoed over New Jersey's the best of the natio n blew up 7th in Row, 26-19 T . '. a Autumn-browned meadows, the in its face before Princeton's i . By FRANK GALLAGHER MEDFORD, Nov. 15Tommy Kelley stepped into the breach created by the ailing Gino Paglucia this afternoon, and led Medford High to a 13-6 victory over the Chelsea Red Devils before 6000 at Gillis Stadium, thus clinching the Class A championship. Chelsea threatened to upset the applecart in the fourth period but was thwarted on the Mustang 10 by the gun ending the game. Though all the scoring was done in the second period the issue was always in doubt. The first break came at the end of the opening frame when a Chelsea fumble on its own 10 was recovered by Medford's Charley Bowles. Yelley, on the first play of the next period, cut back through right tackle to put his mates ahead 6-0. See MEDFORD rage 28 Dartmouth as hidians Undefeated Wesleyan Blanks Trinity, 13-0, for Perfect Season , By BILL LEE - HARTFORD, Nov. 15Wesleyan completed its second consecutive perfect football season today with a convincing 13 to 0 victory over Trinity'in the oniy game in the country today that brought together two heretofore undefeated and untied teams. ' ' Wesleyan converted a Trinity fumble on the latter's 20-yard line on the first play after the kickoff into a stunning touch-town on the fourth play of the game. The Cardinals drove 57 yards for their final touchdown , in the second period. .. 1 Trinity received the opening kickoff and on the first running play Frank Eblen fumbled a handoff that Jack Geary, big Wesleyan tackle, recovered on the Trinity 20. i See WESLEYAN , Page 25 d Td Nips ' . As cheers from victory- - Yale's mighty forward pass-starved Princeton alumni I ing attackreputedly one of echoed Over New Jersey's the best of the nationblew up Autumn-browned meadows, the in its face before Princeton's Tigers scored theic first shut- alert pass defense. out over Yale in 18 years. and 1 ..----- 111M11 their firgt Bice Three Princeton Captain Stands Out i,Tigers scored theic first shutout over Yale in 18 years. and won their first Big Three championship since 1939.' It was the first time a 'Yale team coaches by Howard Odell, who took charge of football at New Haven in 1942, met defeat at the hands of Princeton or Harvard. Until today Odell teams had maintained a perfect Big Three record, with three victories over Harvard and four over the Tigers. - 1Stubborn Army Ties Penn y 7-7 By STANLEY WOODWARD I PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 15 The Army scored first, start- Pennsylvania' s mighty football ing a march at the end of the team still is unbeaten and promises to remain that way, first period which it stretched but it now has a tie in its to 78 yards and a touchdown in record. Rallying from the re- the second. Bobby Jack Stuart cent holocaust at South Bend, ripped 10 yards oft right tackle Army's forces tied the big on a fake end run play for the Quakers, 7 to 7, before a capacity crowd of 78,205 in cozy score. Franklin Field this afternoon. See ARMY Page 29 Line Play Paves Way Trounce Cornell, 21-13 By VAIL HAAK JR. HANOVER, N. H., Nov. 15-- Dartmouth's fighting forward wall accounted directly for three Indian touchdowns, this afternoon as the Big Green romped to a 21-13 victory over Cornell before 13,000 shivering spectators. Capitalizing on a blocked kick, a recovered fumble, and an intercepted pass, Dartmouth scored in the first, third and fourth stanzas. The Indians' first score came when Cornell attempted a quick kick from their own 15. Right tackle Dick Gowen crashed into the Big Red backfield to block Dean's boot and the ball rolled back into the end zone where left tackle Jonathan Jenkins fell on it for the touchdown. Carey's conversion was good. For:the remainder of the first half the game see-sawed back and forth with both teams appearing to be waiting for a break. Pete Dorset, who started the game for Cornell at quarterback, started clicking with passes but just when it would See DARTMOUTH rage 24 - -.:- -.- -.. a 11) D) rovvn NIMMg,', IrAff?;074,44tHR,:Z':V::.Ffia,477:741iv k,,, ,,ir:::: ng:,'.!':5:4.4:P::"!"! ,-..poovolor .,,,b,,-3--: ,- . "-ft,-' V.-:5-i-44V::::::;',..:.--,:. 'AE:s104. -....;-ii 4,10A. 0,;.,;;,., .,,:-40"05 :::,,:,$-4:-,.. :,','-it.,-A:e:: - ',0;iti. 'i',1:::-(--.::,"! :4: ''''r-At4r, .:-.,,,-,.,-,4..::;::&-k2 K- i:;:::-,':,--..4,,,.:H: --.yoe,,,,,.'":.-?s;A::ti,r''''.--,,:,,,i40j.y..,,t,s,k, '',kii:;4.4::04:"a, :1 -,,,:,,:t.: , .,,,,,,,r04 ,.., -,,,-,. -,4414,16,,,W,,,11,17.,,t,,,,, -' ,',-,,,-,,(- ,'-',ve ,,.- -;:,, , .- ,,,,:stuc.,,,,,,,,.. ,:,.,,- , 4., , , ,4 iktv. , ,,,....:,,,,,..,,,,, : . , ,..... . , ,,,,,,,,?, : ',.,::,.1,,,:s--,:,:',.,,,.-;:o.,,es; rA';4;1'.111 MICHALSKI ,...,,,,,v,,,:,,,,:. :,..,...,,. ...,...,,,,. Tex Furse, as usual, did most of the pitching for 'Yale today, but the man who did the catchingwhen it mattered mostwas Dick West, captain and defensive right halfback of the Princeton team. West, blond, burly sort of a District of Columbia realtor, turned in one of the best defensive games achieved by a Princeton backfield man in years. See PRINCETON Pate 24 New Hampshire Defeats Uconn, 14-6 Clinches Bowl Bid By HERB RALBY STORRS, Conn., Nov. 15-1-The Toledo Glass Bowl. That is the next step tor the unbeaten, untied University of New Hampshire football team. The powerful Wildcats fiom Durham, with their bowl bid riding on the result of this afternoon's Anal regular season game, defeated scrappy University of Connecticut 14-6, in a bitterly contested game at Gardner Dow. Field before 5500 shivering fans. New Ilampshires athletic director, Carl Lundholro, had the bowl bid from the Toledo authorities in his pocket and the approval of the college authorities before the Wildcats took the field today. But overconfidence and a spirited Uconn team almost spoiled the part; See NEW HAMPSHIRE Ps:- 29 C. E 0 in Fiery Finish, 13-7 WkIVM.,:,1 1,TANSTON, Ill.. Nov. 15 (AP) The dogged, mud. splashed Northwestern Wildcats. humiliated by five defeats in seven earlier starts, almost made a myth of Notre Dame's football invincibility today, but the desperate Fighting Irish shook off the surprise for a 26 to 19 victory, their seventh in a row. Playing on a soggy ;kid, in a drizzle, the Wildcats marched 81 yards for one touchdown, turned a-pass interception into another, and then sent a sellout throng of 48,000 to their feet in the last quarttr when third-string Pewee Day filched Frank Tripucka's aerial and pranced 18 yards for a third ma rker. 7 Fumbles for Wildcats Northwestern fumbled the ball seven times, and lost it on four occasions. Two of the bobbles were recovered by the great Notre Dame tackle, George Connor, at opportune times. See NOTRE DAME Page 29 Page 29 OYES P051-war Power for Pre-war Backs HERE you ran (let a brand new, latest model, factory-flesh engine right oft the 1947 production line to repower your high mileage 1937- 1942 Buick: Installation includes new carburetor, . air cleaner, distributor assembly, spark plugs, ignition cables, clutch, fuel and water pumps. Takes less time to install than a thorough overhaul. Liberal allowance for your old engine. You will be pleasantly surprised at the low exchange t cost. Certainly well worth while looking into, isn't it? Come on inlet's talk it over. . BUDGET IF DESIRED Enter With ConfidenceLeave With Satisfaction NOYES BUICK SERVICE Buick Street, off 881 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston Tedophono STAdium 3610 Route to 38 , 141 Kenary-to-Moffie Pass Fires 62-Yard March by Astounding Crimson By MELVILLE 1VE8B Producing a complete reversal of all-round form following last week's disaster in the Princeton game, Harvard slew the heavily favored Brown Bear before 25,000 in the Stadium yesterday. The score was 13 to 7, and the winning touchdown came on a 62-yard march with slightly more than two minutes to play. ' Following a scoreless deadlock at half time, the Crimson' stormed 55 yards to a third period touchdown. This brilliant march was matched by the Bruiners early in the fourth quarter, but Harvard had the superior sock at the finish. Kennie O'Donnell opened the gates for the decisive touchdown by rushing up to intercept Ed Finn's forward on the Crimson's 38. The die was cast and Harvard began its spectacular victory-producing rally. With time running short Jim Kenary uncorked a pass from well. behind midfield off to the left, and directly into the arms of Harold Moffie. The Brookline speedster receiving on Brown's 35, broke into stride and carried all the way to the six. Two heavily-driven line plays put the ball across. Lazzaro Scores The touchdown punch was delivered by fullback Paul Lazzaro of B. U. Reaps, 33-6, in Drab Came; Cella Features By CM' KEANE , In what amounted to scarcely more. than a scrimmage, Boston University came back after a week's layoff to trim an inept Kings Point eleven, 33-6 at Fen-way Park yesterday. Apparently its followers believed the team was resting for another week as only 1987 were present. B. IL kept its hocus-pocus stuff very much in mothballs through the day contenting itself with simple off tackle smashes. On the other hand, Kings Point offered an aerial circus, pitching .44 forwards, a couple of which finally set up a touchdown late in the fourth garter. Terriers Score in Three Plays Done ill's men were ahead, 6-0, just three plays after receiving the ball on their own 37. Silvio Cella romped all the way, to the 3 on a burst inside left end. Don Giles then found the other side equally vulnerable on a cutback through right tackle, moving to the 10 before being hauled down by Ed Michalski. Cella then copied Giles on another smash through right tackle, moving for a touchdown without even being tapped on the shoulder. Another score was soon made, again by Cella, after a march of 45 yards. Capt Giles once again ripped off 17 yards through a cavernous hole in the Kings Point left side after a couple of belts through the middle had been held to five yards. See B. rage 29 Buie 11, RWn 1 - 13 Romp 'A,410"104 4 Wakefield who made his float drive from the one-yard line, breaking t through completely. Emil Drvaric then missed his shot for goal. O'Donnell Starts Drive The game-winning journeysa,e for the brilliant Mottle completion was not so impressive as was the Cantabs earlier sally to the Bruin goal The first assault began on Brown's 45-yard line, following O'Donnelrs 15-yard runback of a kick. On the first play Kenary swept outside the Bear's left flank for 11 yards. On the following assault Lazzaro split the Bruins' right side cleanly for 17 yards , and a first down on the 27. See HARVARD Pare 24 Page 24 nod MIS Woof Waite May we point out what makes a fine umbrella, fine! (1) Selected. wood handle. (2) Brass tip cup. (3) 10 ribs, w d spread. (4) Fine rayon, thoroughly rainproofed. (5) An Evans frame America's best. good investment at $7.95a very good investment. et" Nothing wetter than the wet of Britain's climate. 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