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THE BOSTON SUNDAY GLOBE OCTOBER 12, 1947 TwentyNine Springfield's B.U. Tests Squad Depth Outclassing N.Y.U. 38-7 migni Lasnes Norwich, 42-0 NORTH FIELD, Vt., Oct. 11 Fielding a total of 33 football players, Springfield College pulverized an outclassed and undermanned Norwich eleven to win easily, 42 to 0, on Sabins Field today before 1500 parti-leans. J Adhering strictly to straight power plays. Coach Ossie Selem's gymnasts amassed a total of 352 yards by rushing while Norwich, handicapped by injuries before the game started and picking up a half-dozen more as the massacre envolved, had to settle for a minus eight The Horsemen managed to make 30 yards on two passes, one of which was a 27-yard shot from Jim O'Connor to Mel Damon. Gnnnuts Sc Jie In all Periods Springfield's powerhouse, animated by such ball carriers as Keith King, Cliff Hallas, Bill Friberg, Fern Tetreau, Fred Booth and Ed Toomer, scored two touchdowns in the first quarter, two more and a field goal in the second period and then settled for a single t. d. in each of the shortened final frames as a host of reserves operated much of the time. To the credit of Norwich it should be noted that on two occasions the Cadets forced the visitors to yield the ball on downs. SPRINGFIELD- DeWeee. LaFounUIn, Drum, 11; Gully, Strirnfeliow. Krufer, It; Xahn. Auble, Berard. 1; Ward, McCrum, Caneson, chChrifl. Recs. Coons, ri; Mul-ny. Woodbury. Gsur, rti Yost. Schwartz. Moore, re ; Ma? on. Toomer, Hallas, Chi rat.t. qb; FTiberir, Stoeckel, Kern, Keller, M.hon.y. Ihb; Tetreau, Kin. VanArsdale, Robinson, ihb; Booth, Conway, Teflt. fcitp,-,en, fb. NORWICH Oreason. Daley, rs: Green. Btszjs, rt; Larned. Dure, Adams, rti Shoemaker. Frulla, c: LaH, VouiRaris. lg; Fulier. Johnson. Dorman. It: Moehle, Sas-fcone. Se; Del Negro. EHinewood. Qb; Da-num. rhb: Pa)id. Giabieky, Janiak, lhbi O Conner. Fremc, Masnino, b. Sotjff by Period 1 2 3 4 Total fcoilnsfield ... 12 17 7 42 Touchdnvn Booth, Kin. Stoeskel 2, Heiias, Kern. Poinls bv goal after touchdown Km 5. Field Goal, Klne. Beferee. Laird; umpire. Howe! lmes-jjitn. Chapman; field judie, Cole. Wynott Leads Belmont, 18-6, OverFramingham BELMONT, Oct 11 Registering touchdowns in the first and third periods. Capt. Vern Wynott sparked the Belmont football team to an 18-6 victory over Framingham High at Conqord av. Field before about 2SM spectators. Eeknont didn't tage long to break into the scoring column. Wynott going over from the one after a sustained march of 65 yards at the kickoff. An Ed Conley pass was good for 25 yards for a second tally in the second period. Bill Caskid taking the ball in the end zone to make the count read Belmont 12, Framingham 0. Frimingham hit back in the third period, reducing the Belmont lead to a single touchdown. Melogos pitched a pacs to Greeley, who recovered his own fumble over the goal line after losing the ball cn the four. Belmont got back this touchdown in the fourth period as Ed Conley clicked on three passes to set up Wynoot, who rang up his second tally from the four. Longest run of the game was negotiated by Jack Jannoni. Belmont left halfback, who romoed cfl-tackle for a 70-yard jaunt in tr.e fourth period, nummary: . BELMONT Cass. Gechijian. le; Ross-twre. Cunningham, it; Depamrhilis. J-Sarsh. Is; FlewelUni, Davis, c; GifToi-d, McLeod. rf : Ferrecane. Stennef. Looney, rt; Ceskie. Boyle, re: Conle, Vlellrolo. qb; Jannoni, Powell, ihb; Keliy. Butt, rnb: WetUaufer, Drolette. ib. . OI4IT.H 7nk O.l 1 Barbadore. Bilbont, rt: Garvin, r: 'Hau- .r.cy. tTtmsn. c: aeriac. j: Meiusl. Pivia. It: Cimpir.n. Pierce. Brooks. 1; ftiarc-u-s. McLfunh'in. nh; Opr.-!!) Hin. tn. Greiley. rhb; Meloeo. Forracarl. Ihb; .eonaroi, Tosti, lb. y.ll WlHI IIIH II Willi Wll'lll JMlMallMllllllllljaWtMBggt " ' jjj " A Jg fLlW$9 h, W I n 1 ?4 yCJ ' J I") , v. - vvtf' f V , Ut,1 7 i , 1 w?;iAV' iiiiiiiiii.iii urn innmiimnrnfliUf wri II mil i r -iiiwiiiMiiii-,i mmm-. J 11 . " " (Staff Photos by Gil Friedberg) WHILE BOSTON UNIVERSITY SCRIMMAGED (Left) Dave Millman of N. Y. U. carries the ball for 20 yards in the third period before Boston University's Gene Mancino throws a block at him and Ed Sandall (50) tackles him; (right) Bill Tighe of B. U. is nabbed by August Autieri, N. Y. U., after gaining five yards in the fourth period. Lujack Aerials Give Irish 22 -7 Margin Over Grim Pur due LAFAYETTE, Ind Oct. 11 (AP) Out-rushed and outfought for four full quarters, Notre Dame defeated Purdue's battling Boilermakers today, 22-7, because quarterback Johnny Lujack threw pass after pass straight into the arms of his receivers. , Purdue's seven points were the most sored against Notre Dame in one game since the 1945 season. Last year the unbeaten but Army-tied Irish gave up four touchdowns, but Art Haverstock's point-after-touchdown placement today was the first extra point marked up against the Irish in two seasons. Coach Frank Leahy of Notre . Dame complained early this week that his team lacked a consistent ground attack and he wasn't kidding, The Irish had a net gain of 89 yards by rushing, to Purdue's 128. Time after time, tackle Phil O'Reilly and ends Norman Maloney and Clyde Grimenstein broke through to stop Notre Dame ball carriers. Grimenstein was an old enemy of the Irish. He was Army's highest scoring end in 1945 but enrolled at Purdue last year. Notre Dame's style also was no mystery to Stuart (Stu) K. Holcomb, Purdue's new coach and end coach for the Army the last three years. Score by periods 1 E;tmmt 6 f;a . imir-.ghsm 4 Total 6 IS 0 6 Wayland Conversions Spell 20-18 Verdict Over Millis Eleven WAYLAND, Oct 11 The conversion of two extra points gave Way-land High a thrilling 20-18 verdict over Millis at the Wayland High School Field Ibis afternoon. Each team crossed the opponent's jpoal line three times, but Georee Butler's smash through center for one conversion and Butler's pass to 5"ony Egan for another gave the locals the win. Wayland opened the scoring when Egan tallied from five yards out following a sustained march. Butler bucked over to make it 7-0. Egan s second period T. D. pass to Butler, and the lattcr's conversion pass to Egan made it 14-0. The visitors scored their Initial ally late in the second quarter on Riley's 22-yard run around left end. In the last stanza, Wayland increased its lead to 20-8, before the visitors were able to roll up two touchdowns. WAVLAKU Carrcll. Butler, le: Mal colm, fcrnun. it; Utoy. Rhodes, lg: Le Pine. c: Bradley, rg: Holmes. Russell, rt; W. Curley. re: J. Curlev. Ketchpn. oh: Esan. ihb: Riley, Handrahan, rhb; Place. Martin. Idc. fb. MTOB-Clark, re: Clancy, rt: B. Al ter, Kenney. n: oicingo, c: h. Alger. is: Karcovitz. umytrycK. u; Tnurmtn. Aulenback. le: Cartolomla, .b; Olaon Youns. rhb; Tabor. Main, Ihb; Mush-r.ick. fb. t Score by Deriodi 1 2 3 4 Total Wayland 7 7 O 20 Millis 0 6 O 12 18 Touchdowns Ecan. Butler. Riley. Muhnick. Main 2. Points by coal alter touchdown. Esan. BuUer. Completes 14 of 23 Notre Dame beat practically the same Purdue team last year. 49 to 6. with fullbacks John Panelli and Mike Swistowicz reeling off fre quent long runs. They were back for today's game, but Purdue wasn't getting out of the way, lujacc. tnougn, was a problem Purdue couldn't solve. The six-foot Pennsylvantan completed 14 of 23 passes for an aggregate of 176 yards. He passed for one touchdown, ran 28 yards for another, and set up the third with another forward. A 21-yard pass from Lujack to left halfback Terry Brennan produced Notre Dame's first touchdown after four minutes of the first quarter. Steve Oracko kicked the extra point, his only success in three attempts. Purdue tied the score at 7-all only six minutes later. Steady gains by halfbacks Norbert Adams and Har-1 ry Szulborski, helped by a 15-yard Notre Dame penalty for unnecessary roughness, took Purdue to Notre Dame's 14. Quarterback Bob Demoss passed to Szulborski on the nine and hit for the touchdown. Lujack threw two touchdown passes that were nullified by penalties, one for an off-side error, the other because of a man in motion. That's when Lujack carried the ball himself and went 26 yards from pass formation for a touchdown. Notre Dame didn't send In a full team of substitutes until the last two minutes of the game. . Purdue reached the Irish nine In the final quarter but lost on downs. NOTSE DAME Martin, le; Oracko, H; Fischef, lg; Strohmeyer,. c; Wendell, rg; Szarobski, rt; Wiehtkin. re; Ashbaugh, 4b; Brennqn, Ihb; Sitko. rhb; Panelli, fb. PURDUE Heck, le; O'Reilly, It; Murray, lg; Carnaghl, c; Horvath, rg; Bar- bolak. rt; Maloney, re; Feldkircher, an; Szuiboraki, Ihb; Adams, rhb; Milito, fb. gtfnr bv nerinrift 1 23 4 Total Notre Dame 13 3 6 O 22 Purdue 7 0 0 0 7 Touchdowns. Brennan, Lujack, Simmons, Szulborski. Points alter touchdown, Haverstock, Oracko. Field goal. Oracko (placement). Substitutions, Notre Deme Ends. Hart, Waybright. Espenan, Kosikfowski; tackles, Sonnor, Sullivan, McGee, Budynkiewlcz, Ifelli; guards, Signiago, O'Connor, Swistowicz, Lally, Dailur: centers. Walsh, Grothaus; backs, Lujack, Tripuka, Sitko, Coutre, Smith, Oompeis, McUee, Llvlng-aton, flay, Simmon. PURDUE End, Grimmensteln, Bansett. Weigei', Hoffman; tackles, Stoeltlng, Kr-ras, Schatz. Naethans. Kalapas. Tate; guards, Gibron, Haverstock, Hard, Lem-kahl. Smith, Assinos; centers, Crowe, Sprang. Hall: backs, Demoss, Gorenl, Hart-man, Canfleld. Bushnell, Stram, Barnard, Manlch, Papach, Agnew. Worcester Tech Won Euw Scores Both Crushed, 33-0, by Massachusetts U.L . M m Uevens Bows, 14 to b By CLIF KEANE A willingness to play wide-open football on both sides eliminated a multitude of mistakes as Northeastern defeated Camp' Devens, 14-6, before 2200 at Huntington Take to Air to Score 3 Tallies at Fenway By BOB HOLBROOK Operating in about the fashion everyone expected, the Boston University Terriers pulverized a greatly outclassed New York University team, 38-7, before 7000 at Fenway Park yesterday. , Trinity Assaults Pulverize Middlebury Defenses, 31 to 7 HARTFORD. Conn., Oct. 11 Trinity opened its home football season today by decisively beating Middlebury with as eye-fllling a blend of running and passing as en early season Hilltop squad has shown in years. The score was 31 to 7. Trinity went all the way with the first kick off of the game, after which the Black Panthers were never in a contending position. It was the first defeat in three games for the Vermonters and Trinity's second victory. After its 52-yard drive for a touchdown on the seventh play of the game, the Blue and Gold became enmeshed in two major penalties and a pass interception that prevented further first period scoring, but Coach Dan Jessee's men went into the air for two quick second quarter touchdowns that just about settled everything but the size of the final score. Baylor Stuns Arkansas, 17-9 WACO, Tex.. Oct. 11 (AP) Baylor stunned Arkansas big undefeated Rczorbacks with a lightning fourth quarter rally today and came iff with a 17-9 victory. mr Tiwr : r .. 0UY DOUIlt WINDOW CLOSES t M. EVERY TUES. LADIES' NITE H. t. Transportation Bus Laavt Park tq. at 7 . M. ftHflhtl VlATMtt NIWS. TU IN WHOM at t AO t. M. BAY STATE RACEWAY FOXBORO, MASS. On Providence Highway; Middlebury Misses Ace Without the services of injured Johnny Corbisiero. perhaps most effective bacK, made good use of forward passes to score a touchdown early in the attack rarely threatened to deeply penetrate Trinity's half of the field. Trinity scored a touchdown in the first quarter, two in the second and two in the fourth, piling up a net total of 352 yards rushing and 94 through the air. Substitutes were used freely and Trinity's reserve I backs left the impression that Trini ty s DacKneia strengtn runs deeper tnan in any year since Jessee came here to coach 15 years ago. , TRINITY Pope, le; Holmgren. It: Bal-tronis, lg; Bestor, c; Kolakowski, rg; Ponsalle. rt; Pitkin, re: Kunkiewicz, ab; Heintz. Ihb; Boland, rhb; Carroll, fb. , MIDDLEBURY Hunt, le; Thompson. It; Linderman. la; Drennan. cs Monaco, rg; Hamre, rt; Meeker, re; Connors, qb; Barquln, Jhb; Ellis, rhb; Thompson, fb. Score by periods. 1 2 3 , 4 Total Trinity 6 12 0 13 31 Middlebury ...... 0 0 7 0 7 Touchdowns, Heintz, Boland, .Osborn 2, Barquin, Corcoran. Points from try after touchdown. Mulligan, Vibert, Substitutions Trinity: Ends, Page, Osborn; tackles. Harris, Lov eland. Powell: guards. Albnght. Trousdale. McDonnell. Campbell; center, Oberg; backs, Eblen. Steel, Seymour, Taylor. Lochanski, Barrows. Sibert. Hall. Middlebury: Ends, Mulligan. Philcrantz, Winsor, Cassimatls; tackles. Wilson, Thomason. Haven, Ham- the Panthers if ULl'i' o S.'0-0101;', Mulcahy, Masters. neieree. j. iwcciratn. Columbia. c. sa. urayson, mass, state. WORCESTER, Oct. 11 (AP) The University of Massachusetts scored in every period but the third iir piling up an easy 33-0 victory today over Worcester Tech. The Statesmen were in command all the way holding the Engineers to only two first downs. The first Massachusetts touchdown came in two plays after State's Georee Maturniak crabbed a punt and raced to the Tech 36-yard line. Charlie IEsperance then rounded the Tech right end in carried the bail to the six-yard line from where Steve Gilman plunged over. Bob Raymond kicked the extra point. Harold Feinman, a starring back all afternoon, galloped 32 yards for another touchdown on the first play of the second period. Raymond again booted the extra point. A 60-yard march, climaxed by Charlie ichols two-yard plunge, gave the Statesmen another touchdown in the second period. L'Esperano and Gilman both tal-died in the second half as Massachusetts used all its players. MASSACHUSETTS Stead, le: Yergeau. It; Raymond, J: Anderson, c: Smith, rg; Sullivan, rt; Hall, re: Waskiewicz, ab; LEsperance, Ihb; Sweeney, rhb; Gilmon. Worcester tech Rehrig. ie: w. Kolodne. It; Oregan. 1b: D. Kolodne. c; Layton. rg: Melden. rt: Borg. re: Carlson. jb; Green, Ihb; Ferrari, rhb; Girard. fb, , Score by reriods 1 2 3 4 Total Massachusetts 7 13 0 13 33 Worcester Tech . , 0 0 o 0 0 Massachusetts Scoring Touchdowns, Gilman 2. Feiman, Nichols, L'Esperance. Points after touchdown, Raymond 3 (placekicks). Bowdoin Surge in Third Period Tips Amherst, 8-6 AMHERST, Oct. 11 A second pe riod safety proved to be the winning margin this afternoon a.i Amherst succumbed to Bowdoin by a score of 8-8 before 6000 fans at Pratt Field.' Amherst jumped to an early lead as Ed Kelly recovered a Bowdoin tumble on the visiting team's 15-yard line. Fullback Grant Ford plunged to the 0-yard atop from where Ray Smith swept left end for the score. Pete Morse's attempt for the conversion failed. Opening the second quarter a fourth down punt by Bowdoin caught Ray Smith behind the goal line and Bob McAvey pulled him down for the safety. A heavy Bowdoin line showed Its superiority in the third period as it tooK advantage of a JefT fumble on the Amherst 37 and drove over in five plays. Gil Dobie counting from the 2-yard line. BOWDOIN Kelley. 1: Morse. It; Barnes. !: Gardine. c: Flower, rg; Tay lor, rt: .1 ravers, re; Kaith. ob; Ham mond. Ihb: Neinaber. rhb: Ford. fb. AMHERST Nicholson, re: Dotianerty. rt: Lovejoy. r: Draper, c: Marsh, lg; Sitson. It: Ireland, le: Burke. o.b: Dobie. rhb: Pierce. lhb; WilUsms, fb. Bowdoin"". . 0 2 6 0 8 Amherst ( 60 0 0 t Touchdowns Smith. Dobie. Safety. Smith. Tackled behind goal by Cavoy (sub for Williams). Reieree. c. w. wier-ritt. Umpire. H. A. Swasfleld. Linesman. G. J Fitzgerald. Field judge. W. J. Coyle. Time started. 2:15. Field yesterday afternoon. Fumblitis was the prime factor in the stalling of their offenses on many occasions. Especially so on the part of the new collegians who are attempting to assimilate much of Bob Davis' learnings when Davis was a member of the local professional Yanks. The big cog in Northeastern's attack was Herbert Von Euw, a good line cracker who scored both touchdowns for the intown school on straight smashes through the line. Von Euw's first score came in the second period from the three-yard line. And in the fourth quarter he moved into pay dirt on a bull rush from the 10-yard stripe. Statistics at Northeastern Northeastern Devens First downs 10 net yaras guinea rusning 2V Korward pe 6 Forward completed 2 Yards gained, forwards . 33 Own forwards intercepted 1 Distance of punts, average 37 Fumbles 4 Own fumbles recovered.. 3 Penalties 5 Yards lost, penalties 45 While the Terriers started slowly, they seemingly . picked ' up momentum against the Violets and scored once in the first half with their first team, then blew everything wide open with four touchdowns in the last half. N. Y. U. completed a 55-yard pass play in the second period to accomplish its lone scoring thrust. Buff Donelli's dashers took to the air for three of their scores against the Violet: who met the Terriers 24 years ago in New York and won a lone touchdown decision. Two of the B. U. scores resulted from running plays and another was a fluke interception by Zarv Ale-mian, a guard, who trotted 24 yards to pay dirt, Joe Bonacorsa Flashes The Manhattanites had outstanding representation In a triple threat artist named Joe Bonacorsa, and the fact B. U. won this game so handily, took no credit away from him. He passed for the lone N. Y. U. touchdown and did some of the best kicking seen on Fenway's sod for some time. Once B. U. got underway, the game turned out to be nothing more than a workout for next week's Purdue fracas. Donelli had a good chance to look over some of the replacements who normally are buried deep on the bench. His sec ond string quarterback, one Billy Tighe, must have been eye-opening for Donnelli as he ran the team with aplomb for a good portion of the last half. Outstanding individual scorer was Bob Hatch of Melrose. He grabbed one of John Toner's left-handed passes in the second period to score, then sped seven yards inside his own left end to score again in the third frame. George Boston continued his fine wing work to start the scoring after Don Giles cooperated with him on a snazzy pass that went 41 yards and a score. Ed Sandall recovered a fumble to et things going again for the second touchdown of the third period. Giles finally lugged the ball over from the seven with a cut through left tackle. B. U. wasn't going to be stopped as the game progressed. Zarv Alemian, a guard from Weymouth, was ttanding around waiting for things to happen in the closing -erl-od. Harry Botsford blocked a Bona- e,corza pass which fell into Alemian's z Statistics at Fenway Park B.U. First downs .13 Net yards gamed rushing , . 179 Forward passes 15 Forwards completed 9 Yards gained, forwards . . . 130 Own forwards intercepted O 'Distance of punts, average 41 Fumbles 2 Own fumbles recovered ... Penalties .... I 10 Yards lost, penalties .... N.T.I. 4 tl 4 79 5 35 1 8 0 From line of tcrimmase. s 3 83 4 31 hands and he went 24 yards for a touchdown. Bill Stanley ; took a Billy Tighe flip in the waning moments and crossed the goal line unmolested as ' the score kept going up and time kept running out. If the Violets had 11 men of the , t Bonacorza calibre, the game might easily have been the other way around. The big fellow did everything right and put two successive kicks out of bounds within the B. U. two-yard line. f The Violets only tally was the result of a nifty place of pitching by this fellow. The first half was almost completed when N. Y. U. got the ball. The ball was on N. Y. U. 46. Bona corza warmed up with a fhort flip to August Autieri that landed on the B. U. 40. The next play, Bonacorza threw a long one that Autieri took on the six and scampered the rest of the way. SHORT PASSES B. U. used 32 of its players. . . . Evie Dorr's kicking edge was off and he made only two , conversions, missed an attempted, , field goal. . . . The B. U. band put on a sterling display, with 45 coeds carrying all the colors of the United Nations while the band played rfj medley of national anthems. . , The Terriers outclassed the Violets In every class of the game. ... A glance at the statistics will verify this readily enough. BOSTON tmrVEPSITY t.e. Anderson, Winkler, Stanley; It. Setdler. Botsford. Morrissey; 1. Stewart, Crisafl; c. Bear-dell. Sandall. Sicuso: rg. Haracl. Ale- . mian. Msloney; rt. Ramacorti. Ban-et: re, Boston. Malone: qb. Toner. Tighe. Rpa relit: Ihb. Gil's. Bricklev. Dorr. Ansani. . Sarno: rhb: Hxteh. Kirkman; fb. Man- cm". Deniiw. ona. NEW YORK UNIVERSITY at-4n fitarlr 7ilr rt. I ftrmi r. Scolpino. Anton. Verollnl. E-kert: c wavier. Martinson: g. Sukang. Confran C'sco: It. Marenltna. Gionta: 1. Autle't. Fleischer; qb. Kavatanllan. Novotny: rhb. Millman. Mondschien Rogoff: Ihb. Etsen-mnn. Bonacorsa; fb, Yaremko. Edorll. Score by periods 1 3 8 4 Toil Boston University. S IS 13 08 New York U 0 7. O '' Touchdowns Boston. Hatch S. Giles. Alemlen, Stanley, Autieri. Point by f-il after touchdown. Dorr a. Waylar, Referee. Lerov Kelley, Dartmouth, Umpire. Fred J. Murray. Georgetown. Linesman, August Ceruvlnl. Holy Cros. Field Judge, N. P. St. Francis Jr., Springfield. Re. Wetn rentz. Cherico; 3 35 ! Kelley Sparks Devens ' But Von Euw's smashes were almost matched by Stan Kelley, will-o-the-wisp Devens back and might have been eclipsed had Kelley been called on to carry the ball more often. Twice the little fellow threw conniption fits into Northeastern when he broke out in the open early in the third period, yet he was somehow forgotten in the final stages of the Devens marches. It was justifiable that Kelley would finally be the Devens back to score a touchdown late in the third quarter. A poor Northeastern punt from its end zone rolled out of bounds on the Northeastern 26. Joe Giordano lost three yards attempting to circle Northeastern's big left end, Donald Kerrivan. Kelley made that distance back in a leap through right tackle. Little Kelley then moved like a flash through the Northeastern secondary and took Bob Solarl's over-center pass at the gonl-Iln for a score. Until Kelley suddenly put an end to Devens' sputtering attack. North eastern naa kept tne camp collegians well bottled up while taking an 8-0 lead in the first half. Devens right end to the 10 wher he was hurt and replaced by Von Euw. George Lucas brought the bail to the five and Von Euw took over from there. NORTHEASTERN Mondano, Kf ith, le; Carpentier. Young, it; Nason, Beshara, Shuman, Cox, lgj Belforti, Redgate, Papile, c: Glick, Gramolino, Sharp, rg; Hall, Foster, rt: Kerivan. Coravas, Wormwood, re; Conroy, Curley, Musumeci, ob; Douglas, Tedesco, Douglas, Ihb; Mcln-tyre, Von Euw. Barbierri, rhb; Lucas, Sikalis, Orphanos, ID I think our, rugby plsyers are better 'jinkers' than your football players" "jinkers" In this . case meaning dodgersnot the Brooklyn kind, either remarked Dr. George M. Komrower, former Manchester University "rugger", star, yesterday at the Boston University-New York University game at Fenway Park. The genial doctor is visiting this country on a six months scholarship and at present is seeing how they do things at Children's Hospital. He was some time in Canada, at Toronto, anc" watched them ay rugby football up there. While he was seeing nis first American football game, along with his wife, he seemed to be quite interested in our sport. "Your game is ruite different," the doctor added. "We have no forward passing in rugby, laterals being our big play. Then you have so many 'times out,' as you say. We also have none of this substitute NEW YORK, Oct. 11 (AP) Penn! business, the players who start. State strencthened its claim to oneii!1,: Lth'y Aet.h.urtJ w? U. S. Gridiron Strategy Mystifies British Doctor, Ex-Rugby Star nF.vF.MS T)iio-Russo. Brennan. re'. MacNear. O'Connell, rt: Al Bazer, Feiiv-b here, rg: Harris. Haskell, Kehoe, c; Artti Bazer. Hesslon, lg; Klaiber, Haskell, it; Crowley, Martin, If; Solari, Straka, qb; Pomeroy, Nagle. Boynton, rhb; Kelley, Giordano, Gallagher, Ihb; Anestls, Mc-Manus, fb. Score by periods 1 2 3 4 Total Northeastern ...2 6 0 6 14 Devens O O 6 O 6 Touchdowns, Von Euw (2). Kelley. Safeties, Redgate Penn State's Power Crushes Fordham, 75-0 Umrjire. Linesman. J. H. frtT-tv, mirier hut V.orur( fhoir 1 fe? i. "i L,yncn, oeorgecown, , v... ...,v. w.v.- neia judge, xi. m. ferry, aowa state. Texas, Sooners' Fans Fight; Police Save Grid Officials DALLAS Tex., Oct. 11 (AP) Bobby Layne pitched Texas to a 34-14 victory over Oklahoma today in the wildest of the 41 games that have been staged by these Southwestern rivals. At the finish several thousand of Sooners drew costly penalties but they could do nothing with bounding Bobby Layne and his passes. It was this young man's throwing, in (Hanover his final appearance against an Ok Redgate First to Score With the game only four minutes along. Coach Johnny Grinnell madt a timely substitution by inserting Larry Redgate at the center spot as Devens attempted to punt from its end zone. Redgate roared right through the middle of the line as Fran Nagle stepped into the ball, and blocked it with both hands. Before a recovery could be made, the pigskin rolled out of bounds. A short punt from the Devens 20 to the 45, with Bob Mclntyre rolling back some eight yards, set the stage for Von Euw's drives. After a first down had been made at the 25. Mclntyre broke around the Hanover Upset by Howard, 14-13 WEST BR1DGEWATER. Oct. 11 An outstanding small school gridiron upset was scored at Town Field here this afternoon as Howard High of West Bridgewater. which had been outscored 97 to 6 in Its three previous starts, toppled a favored and heavier Hanover High, 14 to 13. Co-Capt John Chambers of the winners scored one touchdown, kicked two points after and passed to mateOtis Anderson, to assist in all Howard points. HOWARD Sigren. le: Merrihew. It; A. Anderson, lg; Hoyte. ct Beaulieu, rg; C. Bunker, rt; F. Bunker, re: Chambers, qb: O. Anderson, Ihb; K. Anderson, rhb; Caswell, fb. HANOVER Vfchon. re; Connt, rt: Westcott. rg; Unangst, c; Mudge. lg; Thompson. It; Hussey, le; Damon, cjo; Crane, rhb; Studly, ihb; aowen. Toucnaowns. mumey . i. ,yr of the top grid rankings in the East today by handing a sub-par Ford-ham club a 75-0 going over that went into the Rams records as the most lopsided rout in their history. Although Coach Bob Iliggins or the unbeaten-untied Lions cleaned his bench of his entire 38-man squad, the invaders awed a small gathering of 12,000 in the Polo Grounds wltn a display or raw power. Rushing over 40 points in a second-period attack. State completely outclassed Fordham wnicn naa oeen trying to cancel the game ever since its 68-0 rout in 1946. Durkota Scores Four TD's. Jeff Durkota, a husky senior wing back from Colver, Penn., who usually romps with the reserves behind starter Wallace Triplett, smashed across the Fordham goal for four touchdowns on a 24-point scoring spree that boosted him among the Eastern leaders. Triplett added another pair and the rest were split among Joe Co-lone, Elwood Petchel, Bill Luther, Clarence Gorinski and Francis Rogel. shorthanded. 1 am intrigued with the strategy of your game. Many RPI Eleven Rolls Over -Williams, 40-0 TROY. N. 1.. Oct, U (AP) Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute rolled up 26 points in the fourth quarter today for a 40-0 victory over Williams. A crowd of 6000 watched the game. R. P. I. opened the scoring with a drive down the field in the first, and counted again in the third after being held scoreless in tha second. In the fourth, halfback Art Beard ran 37 yards for his second counter. R. P. I. reserves swiftly added three more touchdowns. Williams threatened only once, f reaching the Engineers' 21-yard line1 in the second. i of the times , it is mystifying to find out who has the ball. Our game is so open that there is no such mystery. The tackling today was good. Then, those forward passes sure get you off your seat. "The ball you use is smaller than we have in England." Laughingly, he added, "one of the few things in this great country 'smaller' than we have in England. I like the game very much as it was played today, of course I think that rugger is a better game to play and to watch. We players are permitted to play-our game without this getting instructions from the coach all the time. As- individuals we use our own Ideas while playing team work all the time, somewhat different from this game." . - Dr. Komrower is no doubt qualified to make comparisons. He wes captain of the Manchester Univer- sity rugby team on which he played for six years. He leaves here for New York and then goes to Baltimore to do some more observing. -What do you think of all the bands, cheer leaders, etc." I asked him. "Very good and no doubt entertaining but really it has nothing to do with the sport and how it is played or does it?" he countered. His wife also said she enjoyed the game very much and hoped to see mor befora returning to England In December. GEORGE M. COLLINS. fb. ambers. ar O. Anderson. Points after . touchdowns by kick. Chambers Z, Studiey, Score by periods . 1 l Howard 0 i i 4 Total 0 , It the 45,500 fans piled from the stnuls ana engaged in not arguments on lahoma team, that told the story. Soccer Games Today rtOKTON an(t ritHTniCT WAfll t Medford vs. Beggs and Conb at Play Park, Went Mrtdfoid. iiosion internauonais ai Texas never was behind, but had t'liriitr in atiAiuun iiiuhiciiib, aa lug the field, while omcei's escorted the. T formation of the Sooners bat- Watertown vs game officials away in a police car. itered the Longhorn line. Oklaho-j wMwtown. Hu(Uon Peabody The game was punctuated by ma had to make its scores the hard: Lucy Recs vs. st. Michael's at csm- tu. a . ik. . . I...... ...u i i - rr.un. . . . j k.ih hrlria Field Kait Camhrldae. 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