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The Daily Oklahoman from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma • 12

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OKtAHOMAN, TUESDAY, DECJ-MBER 3. 1935. THE DAILY 'Princeton Monopolizes AlUEastern Cpid Team Selected by Associated? SANTA ANITA Jimmy Foxx Says CADETS READY Queen of Atoka O. 8. Pat.

By Ripley TIGERS PLAGE Believe It or Not He Will Have To Have 'More Dough9 "PHILADELPHIA. Dec. 2. (VP) HANDICAP MAY BREAKRECORD FOR INVADING ACADEMY FOE THREE MEN ON FIRST ELEVEN 'emnn. often mentioned in rumors of baseball playet Discovery Probably Will deals, said Mon- Mythical U.

S. Title Staked At Claremore. Cany Top weignt. Army, Navy, Yale Also Get club that buys $100,000 Santa Anita handicap, to be More Than One Player. NEW YORK.

Dec. 2. OP Prince-i. as the east's onlv unbeaten und him from the As will have to revise his salary sharply upward. explained hot when he academy football title, the all- record $108,400 puree.

It appeared ictorious St. John's academy eleven untied contender for championship football honors this year, monopolizes of Dclafleld, will meet the Okla The Associated Press All-Eastern se signed his last contract with the breds reached 71. homa Military acauemy ciyiuu wu-? lections, compiled Monday. 11 hold The number of norses was one lore than the total of the Inaugural 'The Rome will be called at 2:30 One Tiger, senior, John Weller at ing out for a guard, and two juniors. Ken Sand- Is expected to draw the largest top money.

Nominations postmarked fi. in it center, win places on the first The intersectional battle is expected lo help the -out of fi team. Three other sons of old Nas- nancial trouble, to give a direct line of comparison on junior college football of the south- great team. Gil Lea at end. Charley Toll, sophomore tackle, and at mtamgnt wm dc smacu swell the list to 80.

The 71 nominations already listed would make the purse worth $107,100. with $250 additional to be paid per )iaq tn nrice for entering the aged infr the Jack White, sophomore halfback, gain dough to which I positions on tne alternate aii-star (vas entitled." His effective until the Invaders Rank High St. John's has ranked at the top in id-western academy football for a present contract the Oldest Son of an OLOESTSON of an0USTS0A of an OLOESTSON of an OLDEST SON of an OLDEST SON of an OLOEST SON and the last day before the event and $750 more my. Nan- and Yale are the Miss Carrie Catcs has been selected as Atoka's highscl oo queen for the 1935 football decade, and this season defeated Cul- other institutions to place more have to be scrapped by the club bu either team. Soldier field Chicago.

Colgate. Syracuse, Holy Cross. I start. The im Angeiea iuii emu offering $12,500 to the trainers and ockeys of the first and second horses finish. While the list of nominees was not mnnuneed Dending possible further the Oklahoma Junior colle sWnV infielder will gc although giate league this season, losing only i for east's outstanding linemen.

Can- jbe topped by Alfred Gwynne Vander- Ed Michaels of Villanova is shift ire recognized as the strongest acad-mv grid squad of the southwest. The hallenge to meet St. John's was rc- ed from guard to tackle. Extremely 5 GENERATIONS HAVE LIVED in The SAME FARM HOUSE on Plymouth road a fortune from otner ciuw METHODISTS SELECT ALL-OPPONENT TEAM through opposing lines as well as sen- ago by Coach "Toughy" Cline, Cadet bilt's uiscovery; Azucar. ing champion.

Cavalcade, Ladysman. Top Row and Time Supply. An international flavor was expected with the appearance of Flam-cngo, English bred 3-year-old now tacKung aonity, lviicnacis is in either position. This makes HIGH CAGERS 0PENSEAS0N Classen Plays at Cordell Wednesday. The city highschool basketball season will open this weak as botli the Classen Comets and the Central Car-dinaLs swing into action.

Classen NEAR. ANN AR60R CThe Oklahomans. In peak condition. it possible to include Phil Flanagan. Chavoor, Center.

Is Only ung guard ior Jtioiy uross. in boast power in both starters and replacements. A line averaging about 175 pounds will open against St. John's, with the backs averaging 165 the starting lineup. Unanimous Choice.

Thirty of the eligible already are training here including Ladysman THIS PROPERTY mm and Top Row. Members of the Southern Methodist pounds. Neither team win carry any weight advantage. From end to end, the Cadet line is made up of experienced men. six receiving recognition in the recent 15 NOT FOR SAL! mm, pected December 18.

which under the I plays at Cordell Wednesday and PAUL HUNTER-OWNER I from 100 pounds to top weight of 130 coach all-conference selections. university tootDau team, unwi-u play in this year's Rose Bowl classic. Monday night named their all-opponent team for the 1935 season. They omitted the Texas A. and M.

Aggies whom they play Saturday at College Station. against Maysvinc nerc niuHj. Central goes to Tulsa Friday for a game with the Braves. of the others bearing almost as much. CHIEF XT Sullivan Most of tne city cage j-v nation during the first two weeks of the season will be centered on Coach Skimmer" Miller's Comets, which 3lov four games in nine days.

Cordell the only unanimous choice of the Hoyt, hard hitting quarter, was a standout in the Cadet attack this season and won almost unanimous first choices for the all-star team. In the quartet of Green, Kinslow. R. Turner and Templeton, the Cadets boast four backs who can do anything block, pass or receive passes. Templeton, injured in an early season game while at fullback, was recognized this year as one of the hardest At AM of GOD plavs a return engagement here December 10.

while Denton. Texas, is here December 12. IS FIRE CHIEF OF 2 CITIES IN 2 COUNTIES in 3 STATES IN 2 DIFFERENT COUNTRIES flCb. ElPaSO. Co.

New Mexico-Joare. 5fate oKhihoahua, Mexico 90-yEAR OLD Patriarch blad our opening games are against such strong opposition." Miller Razorbacks Give 20 Grid Letters FAYETTE VILLE. Dec. 2. fP) The University of Arkansas honored its football warriors Monday, handing 1935 letters to 20 Razorbacks.

Those receiving the awards included Captain Choice Rucker. Slaton, Texas: Jack Haden. Fort Worth. Texas: George Gilmore. Olney.

Texas; Allen Keen. Boynton. Ken Lunday. Miami. and Clifford Van Sickle.

Morris. Okla. STOOD LIKE A STATUE OF The HIGHWAY Howell of Arkansas and Williams of Rice. ends. Mays of Rice and Stawiski of U.

L. tackles. Bale of Rice and Smartt of Texas, guards. Chavoor. U.

C. L. center. Baugh, Texas Christian, quarter-Wallace of Rice and Stovall, North Texas Teachers, halfbacks. after practice Aionaay.

j. driving backs in the league. Kinslow by the Roadside each day for 44 YEARS knack of receiving that is the only way a team will im MISS DIAVOLO' wins HOUSTON FEATURE provegive it some hard worK ngnt passes. Wednesday St. John's here which fostSofrthc rmrd work.

Miller said, will climax a grid 'high" for O. M. A. foot- Lawrence, Texas unnsuan, Filly Finishes Fast to Beat turning lettermen. Garnett Corbin.

forward, and Gene Smelser and Matthew Zollner. cuards, are the 'Evil BOWL SELLOUT regulars of last year who are back. Rex Walters, Robert Kirkland, and J. C. Johnson, reserves last year, also Diavolo, cantered in ahead of the field Mustangs, Qophers, Tigers Kirkland is a guard, and Johnson is IS PREDICTED capture the Dally Kacing torm se.

featured event Monday at Ep- TRAIN IS SOLD ALREADY ft Capitol Hill's Redskins, state champions last year, will open their seasor olds. Evil Eye broke on top and set Mustangs Are Hailed As st pace ior cne nrsi uiree-quar-He finally yielded to Miss Din- Lawrence May Get CO.VTINU outhwest Ready to Move Into Rose Bowl. Popular Choice. PASADENA, Dec. 2.

Prtnfnrs' ink has vet to tOUCh down, finishing a length behind Miss In ne afternoon, you can get sor ball spent in the balmy sunny air. 1:40 third. The winner's Indiana, how he would rank I asked Bo McMlllin, now coaching To Play After All FORT WORTH. Texas. Dec.

2. P) There was cheering news for the 17 rnnrhes Mondav when they pasteboard that will be the Rose Bowl Southern Methodist and Minnesota. "It would be a great game," Bo said, "and Diavolo returned the nice price there were any edge, DALLAS. Dec. W.

B. "Bill" luclberser. veteran Dallas promoter special trains announced Monday light he already had sold out one omplctc train to Pasadena. rr the Rose Bowl football game on football tickets but opinion seemed be universal Monday that Stanff and Southern Methodist would play a capacity audience of 89.000 here New Year's afternoon. Never in the 20 vears of Rose toi Res.

was fifth, on the heels of Evil gathered the Horned Frogs together for a itnai nome onn ueiuic uC ing Tuesday for game namcnt grid activity was a selection so popularly accepted as Stanford's choice of the wild galloping Mustangs rence. ncc halfback and one of the Horned Frogs May it would belong to Minnesota line play. It would be interesting to see how the defensive strength of Minnesota or Princeton would stand up against the running power and the passing skill of either S. M. U.

or T. C. U. There must always be an element of luck when the ball is thrown so often. For example.

T. C. U. passes, which worked so well against Rice, fell below normal against Southern Methodist. I am referring here to parses thrown directly into the receiver's hands, only to Think what might have happened- if the T.

C. U. receivers had kept their crip on most of the passes pegged directly into their arms. ANOTHER question on all sides around here is how Baugh compares was Hlllng up rap-aid, as football mad cas and Oklahoma intended to see the Mustangs pUy the In the annual post- from Dallas. country's hardest running ball riers, would probably be able to i some action against the Broncos.

The entire squad of 4.0 players make the trip as will the band. the official ducat merchants could up -shop before Christmas and WMeal Prices the field to the scalpers. While it will not be the first time Play Late Game FORT WORTH. Texas. Dec.

2. fP) T. C. U. athletic officials have been approached by the Kiwanis club of Pheonix.

regarding a post-season game with the University of Arizona, it was revealed Monday night by Athletic Director Raymond "Bear" the classic Garland bedecked dowi that squats in the arroyo Two cars of the first train were illrd at Tyler. Hltzclberger said, one as taken up at Houston and another tnrlied. and several were filled here. Mclnhomu Cltv reported space in one nr almost had been filled, he said. "The funny part of it is," Hltzol- pletcd 83 pas or Just about that number.

een a football nlayer who could whip a football with Monday th Al Masters. Stanford's graduate mat greater speed. There were times when said football looked like a greater speed. Thet baseball on its way aecr. would find his desk piled high "We nounced Monday afternoon that he had accepted an invitation to take the Hardin-Simmons squad to El Paso with applications when he rttirns approached late Monday game." said Wolf, "but we any position to make a January 1 for the Sun Bowl i against the New Mexico Aggies.

time. He said he and railroad offl rrrked all day on the matter, lid r.ra expect to reach decision Tuesday from Palo Alto. Rose Bowl's other capacity ci was in 1030 when 70.000 filled the drum, before it was enlarged, to Generous delicious meals, with the quality and service made famous by Fred Harvey for over fifty years, at NEW, LOWER PRICES. Served en route, to certain trains, at attractive Harvey Dining Stations. You have a chance to stretch a bit, then enjoy an appetizing, carefully planned meal at prices actually lower than you often pay at home.

EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 16 TYPICAL LUNCHEON Southern California trounce Pitts- But mar.y of these passes were nard to hancle, handcuffing the receiver. Against this, Friedman tossed a pass much easier to catch more along the floating type. rf rf cr western teams would find the Southwestern defense entirely tco vulnerable In the wake of line play taught largely to brsak up a passing game. The fa ts haven't borne out this theory. In the last two years, Southwestern elevens have mot such teams as Purdue, Notre Dame, Fordhnm.

Santa Clara and U. C. L. A. without having their defense ripped apait or driven back.

Any team with two such tackles as Spain cn guaras as wetsei ana two nign-graae enas isni going ered. i be is that Minnesota, Prince-te, are three great football ild ask from any football 45 ore Tuesday ntoht. i EDUCATORS FROWN ON OLYMPIC GAMES College Heads Ask U. S. To Withdraw.

NEWARK. N. Dec. 2. X1 Forty Amerlran educators, presidents of colleges in 27 states.

Monday joined union of the United States and the Amerlran Olympic committee for withdrawal of American participation In the t936 Otympte games in Berlin. Frunk Kmgdon. president of Dana colicKC in behalf of the siunatories tocrtJvr with a signed statement of the educators netting forth their rea- squads. AMBXJRN WHITE CARAVAN THERE i no question that the Southwestern brand furnishes more action and excitement through 60 minutes. It may lack the defensive soundness of eastern, midwestern or far western teams, but there are r.o dull seconds.

The S. M. C. U. affair had almost to finish as Ohio State and Notre Dame put on in their ti whirl.

Someone was either soring, or threatening to score at other minute. The movement'of the ball up and down the ycu dizzy. be the Matty Bell. S. M.

coach, puts Tnis nappens play and it is the type football the type to DeoDle mav think it's a trifle crazy, but the records will show that, in the last two years, it has done well enough against outside teams supposed to cling to sounder standards. So far. Texas teams have more than held their own from California to New York." It is difficult to argue against these solid facts, proved upon the field. Even a backfield as strong as Stanford's, with Grayson. Hamilton and others, working back of a stout Stanford line, will find truble in driving its way through this S.

M. U. defense, just as U. C. L.

A. did. Chicken Poi Pi Mashed Potatoes Siring Beans Pineapple Sherbet Assorted Bread Rolls Coffee Tea Millc Hot Roast Beef Sandwich, Mashed Potatoes Coffee, Tea or Milk, 40c Spagheili with Mushrooms Bread and Butter, Coffee, Tea or Milk. 35c BREAKFAST 40 35c and 25c DINNER 55 45c and 40c A la Carte Service As Well Also lower dining car prices on The CALIFORNIA LIMITED and The GRAND CANYON LIMITED. Clean, quiet comfort of Ao.rrMniTi-Mcn that broke 70 Stock Car Speed Records lie of Car Duplicc Otympic committer and the Amatem Athletic union to register our view that the American team should ix withdrawn from participation in th Olympic games if held in Nail Oer- It is seldom you see an attack that has such running and passing U.

strencth who miaht hav about 40 pcrce: Coaches Want TJ. S. The Southivest Conference All-Stars To Pass Up Berlin This 150 Horse Power Super-Charged Auburn Speedster is part of the Auburn White Caravan visiting this city. One famous writer says about it: "It is almost insulting in its suggestion of arrogance and power. Nothing had ever been seen in town quite like it." There are Six-cylinder and Eight-cylinder Models in this Caravan.

Don't miss it. NEW YORK. Dec. 2. i.T) A statement ei-yonir American nartirina- Berllti Olympiad, stoned Manhattan college0 John PUyer Walter Reach Truman J.

C. Wet I Darrell Tracy KclU Maurice Orr Sam Bauph John' MrCa-i BUI Wallac Tuition Left End Left Tackle Left Guard Right Guard Right Tackle Right End Quarterback Left Halfback Right HalFoack Fullback School Texas Christian Southern Methodist Southern Methodist Texas ChristUm Texas Christian Southern Methodist Rice Institute Texas Christian Southern Methodist Rice Institute Rice Institute college, and cm Meehan. football mm YOUNG SERVICE Lowest Round Trip Winter Fares in Historv GLENN EDDIE, D.P.A. 6 South Robinson 2-2151 Oklahoma City, Okla. ih'nt''U'" '5re amwis -f signatories tr -'lament which was t-'c Athletic Union of the American Olympic committee.

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