The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on October 19, 1930 · Page 13
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The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska · Page 13

Lincoln, Nebraska
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Sunday, October 19, 1930
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A N\OUNCEMENTS to date indicate that all the Cubs, A excepting Hornsby, Wrigley and the bat boy will be traded this winter. Football referees will train^ivith the boy scouts next summer and learn to wigwag. Three months ago Sam Hrendon had to play Sunday double headers to attract a crowd in St. Louis. i Hack Wilson will be a popular king for there are a lot I of pudgy guys like him who 7ierer got a tumble before. \The world was busy admiring the Apollos, LINCOLN SUNDAY STAR, SP \ LINCOLN, NEB., SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1930. T he girl friend is so dumb about football she thinks So, 25 is the quarterback. Football coaches are busy men in the fall but never too busy to irrite a piece for the papers if someone else will write it. Koir is the time to start your all-.American selection. The candidates irho make the most noise get the jobs. .4 lot of folks are still wondering irhat became of the Sharkey-Campolo fight. It got lost in the shuffle of Bobby .lanes golf, opening football games and the irorld’s series. HUSKERS GRASP VICTORY OVER CYCLONES Margin of 2 Points InNebraska^s Favor Scarlet Gridders Hard Pressed When Iowa Staters Take to Air Lanes and All But Knot the Score. BY GREGG McBRIDE. STATE FIELD, Ames, la., Oct. 18—Two neatly executed place kicks from the educated toe of Harold Frahm gave the Nebraska Cornhuskers the two point margin of a 14-12 victory over Iowa State College in a nerve wracking G>.hibition ! of the pig skin pastime here this afternoon. i The game, which featured a powerful running attack of | the Scarlet and a spectacular aerial display by the Cyclones, had the crowd of 8,000 limp when the field judge’s pistol barked the end of the conflict just as the lowans were set . for a last try at a long forward pass as their final gesture toward victory. Parked With Thrillfi. From opening kickofi to final whistle it was a battle packed with thrills. The game was scarcely more than two minutes old before the Huskers had made the most of a break and crashed acrass with the first touchdown. A 51-yard parade UD the field in the second period brought the second touchdown and the several hundred Nebraska rooters. who made the trek to Ames, were singing quite merrily when the half-time intermission found the Cornhuskers in front. 14-0. The ball game, however, was far from in the bag. His running attack »topped by a charging band of Nebraska forwards, who swarmed through to smother the Cyclone advance. Coach Noel Workman of the Iowa Staters trotted out Midget Quarterback Star of Oklahoma’s Freshmap Squad. 7., W battle —Photo by MacDonald, Panze. quarterback fo.- Oklahoma university’s rcshman team, was the outst^ding performer for the Sooner yef^Ungs in Saturday’s ;le with the Nebraska freshmen, won by the latter, 19 to 0. The piC ture shows Panze streaking around end in one of his .several runs. ____ At Mmnf»p«ll» — Mlnnesol*, «; Inál- *n». O. . At Wí»c«n»iii, Penntyl- v»nU. ». At low» t'lty—r»riluf. ‘4«; low». •. At fmc»io—Florid». 19; Cblrsgo, ». At Cotumbiit — Mirhlg»ii, 13; Ohio ***At* Ann Arbor—Ohio St»t* B, «; Michl- 6. In the Big Six. At Amo»—Nrbr»»li». 14; low» SI»lo. IS. At M»nh»tt»n—K»n»»». II; K»n»»» Af- *'”t New York —New York I’., 3*; Ml»- »ouri, 0. .. ^ . At D»ll»»—Te*«». n; OkUbom», 7. In the Big Ten, At IhomMl««— a great forward pas.ser in Richard nou. Grefe, a young sophomore. Grefe Deadly Passer. Orefe's shafts bombarded the Nebraska .secondary at short and long range as the gold-jerseyed recelvexs swarmed down the field for spectacular catches of the flying pigskin. A long toss, which found its i»n b mark for a 36-yard gain, .set up the , pins for the first Iowa State touch- i down. Another heave with bullet­ like swiftness found its way over the Nebraska secondary for 29-yards and the final touchdown. ' At H»ilimorV-We»terii M»ryl»Bd. id; The Iowa Staters played the game , tieorietown. «. right up to the handle and I****» i „ *'• than 30 seconds before the Ranie * »»»¿•»¿i»»—w. v». si»ie. 7; H»wended Grefe was on the hurling end „ of a short which threatened to At iieuy.byrg—ti«ttj.ban. ii; U- turn the tide in favor of the Cy- »»•«h, *. clones. I At Allfntowa—MMhlrnbttrg, *; DIckcii- lA>ng Saves the Day. »on. o. 'em» nat« was directed toward a At Iirpen»llle—All»fhmy. «; Thirl, d. This pass but t At Wo»»trr—Akron. 13; Woo.tcr, «. waiting mate in the end zone, out- | ioiir*r*iiie—iirtiny». i 9 ; rr»Bkiiw Buster Long, lithe Nebra.ska back, M*„h»ii. ». leaped high in the air to grab the At took—co?g»te rro»h, is; Co*k Ac»d- speeding oval and dropi^d to the r«^y. turf, giving the Cornhuskers „ slon of the ball and check-mating ^ >.mmit»bBrc—M»Bnt at. M»ry, s.3; ♦ hw final Iowa State bid for victory. , amitimorr, #. m the Nebraska vlcto^ , m . i .. was the work of “Buster Long in Huntintt»B—M»r.h»ii, S7: B«th»ny.d. the b.cklleld _a.;d the eterUng aork MEN OF ROCKNE FLATTEN SKIBOS Nebraska-Ames Statistics. In the East. At New H»vrn—V»lr. 21; BrowB. d. At Ann»poll«—Oiikr, Ik; N»*y, d. At t »mbrldgr—Army. «; Harv»rd. ( At Hallimorc—Wr»terB M»ryl»Bd, Kiekoffs ........................... Average yards kickoffs Yards gained In scrimmage Yards lost in scrimmage ... Number punts ......................... Average yards punts ............ 21.6 Triumph Over Carnegie Tech. NOTRE DAME STADIUM Ind., | Wuchi^n"' »’’hlr'i'^rme jr une " | %,‘erWv”eMi ' r'ined ! I!!!!!!! a crowd of 30.000 here today. Fumbles ...................................... Bitterly fought in extremely cold , Fumbles recovered ................... zero weather, Notre Dame won the : First down.s ............................... game by its superior handling of the Lost ball on downs................... ball, completing two for ; Penalties ..................................... touchdowns and recovering a fum- ! Yards penalties ble which resulted in its other touchdown. After a first period. Notre Dame broke the deadlock early In the .second period. Shortly after the first period opened. Jumping Joe S a v o f di, fullback, charged through a wide hole in the Tartan line and ran 25 yards to Carnegie’s 24-yard line. Savoldt Hits Center. Marty Brill, .son of a Philadelphia Iowa State Nebraska .... 3 3 .... 36 42 .... 3 13 .... 114 247 .... 46 15 .... 7 8 .... 40 32 0 11.5 4 ___ 8 1 .... 194 31 ___ 0 4 .... .308 283 ....262 268 .... 3 I .... 3 1 .... 11 9 .... 1 3 .... 3 5 15 55 At RlrhBi»Bé—v. r. !.. 7; WHIU bí » b 4 M»ry. 0. At Huntlngt»B—JaBBltB, 52; W»g»Bcr, S. At BraoklyB—St. J«hB*. fl; Drcsel, 9. At FbiUdelphi»—Teaiple, 2«; W pnA 3, At Ho»t»B—.Uflll* N»*«, 7; BaatMi C b I». At l.»wreBe»»IU»—St. r»»l. 7; Virflal* Semlnaty, ». At LewUbarg—BBeknell, II; SI. Th»ai< »». ». At t:»»l»ii—I.» F«yett#, »; Fena Ht»le, 9. Ule.) At Krinretsn—('«rneil. It; Prlnretan. 7. At New Yark—New Y»rk I’., 39; Ml», ■ourl. A, At MantrUir—9laalri»lr, 13; N. Y. Af* fie». At New Yark—Manhaltaa. 13; Rea»»«. Uer, 7 . Of J.hc Cornhusker_llne which jouL; Continued on Page Two.) MONTAÑA STATE ON HUSRER CARD Hobcais From Bozeman Nebraska’s Opponents Next Saturday. BY GREGG McBRIDE. The Nebraska Cornhu.sker.s will do their football playing outside the Big Six conference circle for the next two weeks, meeting a pair of Intersectlonal opi>onent.s at the ......... ^ Memorial stadium. Montana State Hopkm». « is the Conihu.sker opposition for at »iiii»iB»ta»B-wiiii»ai». next Saturday, while the powerful ,, Pilt Panthers will come to Lincoln the foUowing week. While the Montana State game is not taken lightly in the Corn- hu.sker camp. Coach Dana X. Bible and his staff of a.ssistant.s probably will be devoting most of their attention to preparations for the Nov. 1 game with Pitt. The Com- iiu.skcrs, however, have scouted the Bobcats this fall, a stunt which thev did not do two years ago. and which indicates they do not regard the Bozeman collegians as set-up opponents. Hubcats Not Strangers. Many of the Montana State gridders needtnl no introduction to Nebraska athletic fiuis. The Bob-, cats played basketball In Lincoln January and handed the Corn- .ULsker hoopsters a 61-30 trimming, exhibiting one of the greatest ba.s- ketbnll .scoring machine.s ever to p’ay on the eapital city maples Two membt'rs of this cage quintet— Worthing and DeFrate are important cogs in the Montana State football machine. Captain Worthington of the Montana State eleven l.s the big sliot for the Bolx'at.s Against Wyoming a week ago. the Bozeman collegians were trailing by two touchdowns gniiiR into the third ijeriod In this quarter. Worthington snared two I Continued on Page Three.) Iowa State Runner» Win From Nebraska ami :.'». I«.. Oct. 1»—Iowa Ntate college defeated Nebraska in 19-36 here this afternoon. Ray Putnam of the Cyclones won the race in 9 minutes IS »conds. The other runner« finished: Thompson. «I. S.l, second: Nuemberaer, (M. third, l.ambertew, «I. N.l, fourth; Gartey. N'l, fifth; Fktielkraut, d. N.l, sixth; Schampan. d. S.), seventh; Englaftd, iNi. eighth; Morrow, IN I, ninth; Overhuldt, (I. H.l, tenth; Neger. iNi, eleventh; Udotyt. IN I. twelfth. PITT DEVOURS JUICY ORANGE multi-millionaire, gained six yards, but wa.s stopped without gain on the next play. A lateral pass, Carideo to Schwartz, gained three yards, making it fourth down and one yard to go on Carnegie’s 15-yard line. Panthers 2 Touchdowns Too Good for Gridders of Syracuse U. SYRACUSE. N. Y., Oct. 18— «Special)—The Pitt Panthers dc- SavoTdl Tmashed" through “center | feated the S jtbcu . sc Orange. 14 to , 0, here this afternoon in a brilliant | defensive football game that was , stubbornly fought throughout. Pitt scored in the first and the fourth quarters. Fullback Hood carrying it over on a linge plunge both times, with Captain Eddie Baker converting the extra points. Mtt Profits From Fumble. The way was paved for Pitt’s first » 1 . o n touchdown when Warren Stevens, Kosky Seerm Ou Pass. Syracu.'^e’s brilliant triple-threater. Carldco, all-America quarterl»ck fumbled a punt on his own 10 yard last ^awn cr^-^d up the d gf^^ard tackle, with Cap«11., Baker of Pitt recovering, i a fii?i I ThF breaks had something to do fhf and threw a^Be second touchdown, a 15- KX"itf,nd “'»"«the Oranse caught the ball on the goal line and was tackled just as he fell over the BALLER GRIDMEN IN SMASHING WIN Lincoln Hi Steps On Gas In Piling Up Total -7 Touchdowns. COUNCIL BLUFFS. la. Oct. 18— «Special) — Coach Stuart Bailer’s Red and Black gridiron w'arriors from Lincoln remained undefeated in the Missouri Valley conference Saturday by overwhelming Abraham Lincoln high, 43 to 0. After a first quarter, the Lincoln machine began to pick up and soon after the first touchdown by Carl- .son in the second period, the outcome wa.s never In doubt Plunging, end runs, off-tackle lunge.s and long forv,ard pa.sscs all clicked with smart precision. At the half it was 12 to 0 and at the end of the third period, 18 to 0. the invaders being held back by numerou.s 15-yard penalties. It was an utterly demoralized Abraham Husker Yearlings Repulse Sooners Coach Brow'ne’s Nebraska Frosh Take Measure of Oklahoma’s Youngsters In Battle On Stadium Sod. University of Nebraska freshmen did their hit toward maintaining the prestige of Cornhusker football by conquering a sturdy band of Oklahoma yearlings, 19 to 0, in Saturday afternoon’s fray on Nebraska stadium sod. Th triumph of the Husker frosh was clean cut and without suggestion of fluke. The Browne-coached yearlings in blue jerseys outy arded, out downed and outplayed the Sooner youngsters by a substantial margin, as is evidenced by the net total of 229 yards from .scrimmage to the credit of the Nebraska freshmen, while the total for the Oklahomans was 102. ^ Scored In Second Quarter. =r--:- ■r.;:rrz-Tr^-====r-=^^ PUtirC ilfSt qUaftCr Wft.S .xivent in exchanging punts and I playing tit-for-tat in the matter of I gains, but the second quarter wa.s more productive, netting the Nebraska frosh their first touchdown, i A drive down the field, aided and [abetted by O’Brien’.s feat of block! ing a Sooner punt, put the Hu.skers ion the Oklahoma 28-yard line, wpenre Sauer twisted and turned his way for the remaining dtstanee on a spinner play through the center of the line. Ma.ster.son’s kick was low. but the Nebra.skans were ahead bv 6-0, where the score remained until half-time. Parked With Thrillers. ’The third quarter was packed with thrilling play on the part of both teams. An the canto was drawing near its clase, a 22-yard gain on K NUTE ROCKNE Notre Dame'., ' far famed gridiron mentor, pf interference, placed the ball on took himself for a ride on the air , jj^p Oklahoma 15-yard line, the other night, via one of the na- , Master.son was surrounded by tional chains, and gave football three Oklahoma players who went fandom an interesting 10-mlnute after the ball at the .same moment talk. Quite naturally. Knute’s topic ; Ti^e big Hu.sker halfback caught was "Football at Notre Dame. ’ I the ball his fingertips, but was During hts discourse the bald knocked on down by one of the Sooner aspirants and lost possession of the ball. Three plays later another pass. V. Ì Ct/ Shermooi. &t; Ccd»r of for first down on Carnegie’s 13-yard line. Schwartz gained only a yard on a wide end run. and then on the next play, Ducanis, Carnegie Tech center, broke through and tossed Savoldi for a three-yard loss. Schwartz gained the three yards back on the next play, making it fourth down with 10 yards to go and the ball on Carnegie's 13-yard | line. At CaaaeU Blaff»—UbcaIm hlfii. 43 ; Abraham U bcb I b . ». At SUvrrere«li—SII»Arere»b. **U^D»vrp«rt—D»veap«rl. 6 ; Fairmwat, 9 . At Bertread—Berlread, 19 ; Holdrrge Rr»., ». aÍ "t“*^T»%i^' 8 r'jI.\r 9 ‘c«atr.i. 9.1 and made 27 first downs, de.splte Bentc>n, 0 . I head of the South Bend campus paid a fine compliment to Corn­ husker football, as he rated the Ne- , - braska eleven of 1922 with the top- Norwood to Master.son. was good for -notchers of all the teams it had ^ the remaining distance for the she­ been his privilege to .see in action ond touchdown of t he game. «IR during his long career as player Bernie took the ball nn ^ and coach marker and literally plowed "Por 8he,r br»wn anti powfr," h, 0«'r ■” Lincoln team that played through sairi. ‘‘fhe Nebra.ska team of 1922 big bail-toter was tackled the lust period and Lincoln, with ; was the best we ever met. , instantly after catching the substitutes comprising most of the , ball, but went acras.s the lines for lineup, ranged through for four W^’NUTE mentioned several addi-,jfjp counter, with Oklahoma tack- nk ditional teams of super ability, i jgrs clinging to his frame, his "Honor Roll ” including Iowa of Bernie’s kick was good and the 1921, Carnegie Tech of 1926, Oeor- count wa.s raised to 13-0. Imme- more toi.chdowns. Stati.stirs Tell Ktory. The complete one-sidedne.s.s the game Is shov.’n by the statistic.s. gia Tech of 1928, Northwestern of diately following Ma.ster.son’s klek- ! Lincoln gained 323 yards from I .scrimmage, 215 yards from passes WILDCAT aEVEN CRUSHES ZUPPKE Northwestern U. Piles Up Lop-sided Victory On Urbana Field. BY LEO FISCHER. URBANA. 111. Oct. 18—(INS)— lo.'.ing 115 yards in penalties. Abraham Lincoln made 20 yards from scrimmage all through the game and completed no passes, Wnlle the whole Lincom squad played great ball, two or three players stood out likf beacons in a dark night. Ray Kimmell, who replaced Baldwin early in the game, tore off tremendous yardage and hurled a few t>eautiful passes lor I long gains and touchdowns. Carl‘on’.s triple-threat attack bewildered the Links and Yelkin’s great pass snatching paved way to several .scores Abe Lincoln HI Helpless. a year that I don’t recall and Army .off the third canto ended, with the of 1925. The Cadets of the latter ; Huskers liolding a substantial lead, campaign, he said, represented the j Ben.son's fumble and Wolcott’s re- most potent", versatile team Notre,covery of Sauers’ 31-yard punt. Dame ever has faced. [ giving the ball to the Hu.skers on The Notre Dame coach had good the Oklahoma 37-yard line,_proy^ reason to remember the Army team of ’25, as that was the year when the Cadets walked all over the "Irish,’’ after which the Rocknemen came to Lincoln for a Thanksgiving day Joust and gulped another defeat at the hands of the Corn­ huskers. "Rock" probably won’t have a single care over what I may think iContlnued on Page Three.) HARVARD BOWS • TO ARMY TEAM past defeats. The Wildcats, showing tremendous power, swamped the Zuppke clan. 32 to 0. for the worst drubbing that any Orange back Captain Baker’s great defensive At R<M-he»t»r-wr»i«>;»ii, It; R»rii»«t»r, 9. ! j’J'"* "first“touchdown’of the Playlng for Pitt wa.s outstanding but At .syr»ru»r-pitt»iiiiriii. II; s,r»c«»». 9, * meml^rs of both teams put up a At Buii»i«»-Biiff»i». «: H»«iit.n, 9 . , gamc. Carldeo kicked goal. { At ^»tirviiie—Loifcy, i»; L»w»ii Tfx- i A fcw minutes later Notre Dame i fight with neither able to 1 took «tvantkM ol . C.rno»l, ,um- «•!" "““»"'ii' c.M. Captain Baker’s ». i of punts. Notre Dame made a glrst ' Jhe game was played In bitter At x»»r Rruniwirk—RHtftr», 33; j»ka» i down on Camegic’s 27-yard line , fold and a sharp wind which played , . - u .. --------------- "4nLan,’' cJrnS ' havoc with the puntln8,nc.k ktcka «of. “ore,ev_er jun^up by North"• ! halfback, intercepted a long pass on ». ____a..a. . W»*. auvaiiuttar u* « tuui- At MorrillTr’imV i"’ c»nn « i^ sccond touchdown. Al Frsviflriir#—*19; Clark- Altff thC klckoff and ftfl 6 XChangf Northwestern, trampled and bea^n j Abrahani Lincoln ^uld not punc- Army is not a Icgitlmtte col- by Illinois year after year, today fur'’ the Red and Black forward.s !, i„... tta f»ams «re secured ample revenge for all those of one of his Judgments, neverthe- Qin?lc ToUChdOWn ScOfCd less I am quite unable to agree nriiH His HeeLsinn nf siiner-creat- In First Period Wins For Soldiers. with his decision of super-great ness Ln favor of the 1925 Cadets. The blunt facts of the case are * 11 j 1 ki- # 1 ieglate aggregation. Its teams are at all and when on the, was las.sembled from former college stars wide open to off-tackle plays and * ... forward paJtse.s- Lincoln drove to the Bluffs 7- yard line in the first quarter but and Blue team has suffered since' the ball on a fumble. They the "little giant" assumed the reins charged right back, however, and in 1913. II was, by many points, the big- scored on the third play of the second quarter. Carlson plunging through center from the six-yard ! his own .six-yard line. ! Schwarts Scores Arain. On the first play. Murray Armen- Several times short kicks by Baker Miaai#liart. 9. At X'i»c»r» F»li»—M»t»r», 19; St. Law* renre. 7. a 1 V' trout. Carnegie substitute halfback, ■ . Notre Dame right were frequent those with the wind western team against liUnols, and | stripe, after his 25-yard flip to Ycl- golng for uncanny distances and : they started playing back in 18?2 | kin had paved the way. tha'^e against the wind falling short. At Worre.tfr—FarSlfBi. 9; Holy Cr»»i, 9. and Joe^|^rth. (Continued on Page*Five.) ~ (Continued cm Page Three.) got Pit; into trouble. Syracuse threatened several different times, one going as closs at (Continued on Page Three.) and represent post-graduate fcxit- ball. Instead of the college article. R OCKNE has excellent rea.son to doff his chapeau to the Husk- CAMBRIDGE. Mass.. Oct. 18— (UP—Army’s stonewall defense held Harvard helpless today as the powerful Cadet eleven hammered out a hard earned 6 to 0 victory before a capacity crowd of nearly 60.000 fans. crs of 1922. His Irish gladiators | xhc Crimson also showed surprls- were unbeaten and in ILne for na- ¡ing defen.sive .strength, however, tional honors that fall, but their but for a poor punt shortly title hopes were snuffed by one of i after the game began, the contest the most powerful Cornhusker j might have resulted in a scoreless teams in Nebraska’s hUstory. tie. The Huskers of that year, coached ! Harvard displayed considerable Nebraska’s Football Fresbmen Deliver In First Test Under Fire. A lad named Frank Baker, who! In the same period Lincoln re- --------- . . -----------------seems destined to win all-American covered a fumble in midfield. After by Fred Daw.son. made quick work driving power at times, making honors if he continues at the pace taking several penalties. Carlson of the bustncss of proving their downs to Army’s six. but he has shown so far this year, was to-ssed a pass 33 yaids to Everett to j mastery. The Notre Dame kickoir gtrat^gic points the Crlnison at- the chief factor in turning what 11 he 15-yard line and^ the latter i was returned to the_40-yard^ine, jj^p j^jmost (Continued on Page Three.)*” (ConUnued on Page Six.) 1 Continued wi Page Two.) 1 Impregnable West Point line and ................................. .Harvard was never able to punch --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------——- —---------------------- lover the lone touchdown which with extra point might have sfSelled victory. Army Had Kdge In Air. Army bested Harvard in the overhead game, completing three forward passes out of six attempts, compared with only one completed for 10 attempted by the Crimson. A short pass, which did not quite reach the scrimmage line, proved one of Army’s most effective weanorus. The only break in the game came in the middle of the first period, when a i>oor Harvard punt gave the Cadets the ball on the Crimson 32- yard line. Bowman. Cadet luarter- back, made first down on Harvard’s 18-yard stripe on a erl8s-cro.^s play. C'adeU Score on Fake. On the next play, a fake crisscross, Eddie Herb, Cadet fullback, went through Harvard’s right tackle for the only touchdown of the game, Letzelter’s placement for the extra point failed. Today's victory was only the sc - ond scored by Point over Harvard since this football rivalry began way back in 1895 I Lineup and Nummary ............. ! Harvard— Pos. —Army Harding ..........Is....... Qarlmark ¡Richard Price Myersorj Ig..,. Humer <ei iTicknor <c) .....c.................... Miller lYalnor ...............r/.................. 'Trice Trafford ........... rt.............. Suarez Moushegian ,re.......... Messinger Wood ...___...,qta ......... Carver Crick ford h................. Herb —Photo by MacDonald T\v 3 of the three touchdowns registered Saturday by the Cornhusker yearlings in their 19-0 defeat of the Oklahoma U. frosh were scoreu by Halfback Bernie Mast^rson, former Lincoln hi*)’) school gridden Masterson scored first after taking a pass and counted again when he intercepted a Sooner pass and raced 25 yards to the goal. In the picture. Master son is shown after a smash at the Oklahoma line ;jamed kubstantiai yardage. iSchereschewiJty .Ih....... Letzelter White ..............,..fb................... Fields Referee - W. O Crowell. Swarthmore. Umpire—A W Palmer, Colby Head linesman—8 8. Scott. Michigan. Field Judge F, R Wallace. Washington Touchdown—Herb. Score by periods- had Army ............ ... 6 6 6 a s Harvard ..........................0 0 0 0^-0

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