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FROM CARIDEO TO WARNER DAVE SMUKLER, rated by Pop Warner as the FIGHT FACTS JOE LOUIS, the sensation of the heavyweight best back he ever coached and that includes Jim Thorpe of Carlisle and Ernie Nevers at Stanford started his college fistic world, was a light - heavy less than two years ago, when he punched his way to the national amateur title in that di vision virtually untouched by his opponents despite the fact that one of his hands ' was almost useless because of an injury. career at Missouri U, just as it began the famous 3 - year slump that marked the darkest period in Tiger gridiron history. LINCOLN, NEBRASKA, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1935 TO CARD WELL PASS SCOR ES BAUER Medtvick's Homer :in Eleventh Snaps Cub Victory String at 21 CARDS CONQUER BRUINS 7 - 5 BUT IT'S TOO LATE Circuit Blow Drives Home Rothrock to End Long Chicago Spree. . ST. LOUIS. UP). Too late to make any difference, except break the Chicago Cuba winning streak at 21 straight games, the St. Louis Cardinals defeated the new National league champions, 7 to 5, in eleven innings Saturday. Jack Rothrock singled to open the eleventh and Joe Medwlck followed with his second home run of the game for the Red Birds winning margin. Rothrock was also on base when Joe hit his first four - bagger in the sixth. The two players each got four hits to lead the 13 - hit attack against Larry French and Fabean Kowalik. Recruit Jim Winford started for the Cards but Jesse Haines and Bill Walkr also saw service before the game was over. Rothrock singled in the fourth and Medwick promptly tripled him across, then scored on Jim Collins' long outfield fly. Virgil Davis and Leo Durocher singled, Davis scoring when Catcher Hank O'Dea threw wild on an attempted double teal. Chuck Klein's home run with Augie Galan, who had tripled, on - base gave the Cubs two runs in the fifth. Three behind, they tied the score in the ninth, driving Winford from the mound. Klein and O'Dea singled, Frank Demaree tripled and Phil Cavarretta singled. Stan Hack hit into a double play, Lyle Judy to Jim Collins, to end wie run jr. ; Chicago CtltR If Herman 3b Klein rt O Dm Pemaree rt t'av'etta lb Mark ib jumM aa K ranch p Kowalik B UiU II) li ii 8L. Xouta 5 10 0' Judy Kb g 3 4 3 King cf - .' ft 2 t 1 Kothoca rf 5 X ft tlMedwtrh If 1 4 i! JColline lb 4 J 13 tl Vavti 3 13 41 Durocher aa SIS SiWean 3r - 2b 3 ft! Winford 10 0 31 Hainaa P 119 0: Waiker p " I Uelancey - Oreatu KANSAS CRUSHED 28 - 7 IN OPENER AT NOTRE DAM E Irish Comeback Continues as Laydens Get Away . to Good Start. SOFTBALL SEASON ENDS, TOUCH FOOTBALL STARTS The Softball season is now over at the Muny, Jimmy Lewis and Co. folding up Friday night after the Cineks - Arcade game. Touch ootball is going to be played this all along with girls' volleyball. Mondav'i chammnnshtD lint between Campus and Arcada waa ona of tha year's beat battles. Up to tha last half of tha fourth, neither Ditcher, Al Spadt of tha Cleaner or Connie Lalchner of Arcade, had yielded a hit. Joa Blockwlti knocked In a couple of runa with a atxalini double to break tha Ice. In tha Careermen's half of tha fifth. Rum Trott tingled and Pete Strom hit for tha circuit to make It 4 - S and nearly the ball game. Tha Campus club came back gamely In their half of tha sixth and tallied live markers to take possession of the lead. However. Mutt Davison and Don Carruther's hits combined with a Campus error chalked uq two runa and clinched tna pennant lor tha winners. a old won tha O tula, defeating Wav - erly twice on two successtva nights. Neal Brown was tha winners bright light. Both Oolds and Arcada were t resented their tnedala by Jimmy Lett, Friday. Tha Cenlks of Omtha mada two infield errors Sn tha first tnntng count for ona run and defeated Arcade 1 to 0 Friday. Connie Lalchner. Arcade's staff ace. dH not give tha wlnnera a blow and was robbed of a hutout. Joe Reaek. famed confident and unusually well pol niiataf ear itH tats - a - kn Ira litre - , aim in hi a I as si ewsa waew earw a eajeaa tiiwia nag ww aaaay I m . ..., chucking reputation. urned ior me opening comeau A crowa or 5,(xxj nan ruiea we stadium. Bright sunshine flooded the gridiron and the air was just cool enough to make conditions perfect. Victory waa doubly welcome to Notre Dame because two years ago Kansas started the Irish off on a disastrous season by holding them to a scoreless tie. Jayhawks Outplayed. It was different Saturday. Kan sas waa outplayed in every department and was kept far from the Irish goal except in the third period when a long pass brought Carchvell Gets First Touchdown SOUTH BEND, Ind. (UP). No tre Dame's dramatic football comeback under the coaching of Elmer Layden, begun last season, was reopened Saturday at the expense of Kansas U. The Irish scored in every quarter to triumph 28 to 7. Layden s team was versatile. SOONERS OUTPLAYED BUT BEAT COLORADO Boudreau Kicks Field Goal to Give Oklahoma 3 - 0 Triumph. NORMAN. Okla. (UP). The University of Oklahoma football team opened its first season under I Kansas only score. the direction of Coach Lawrence 1 Notre Dame scored one touch - Biff Jones Saturday with a to 0 victory over the University I plunges thru the line, and one on ah h o a 4 011 , 6 0 3 0 4 4 10 s i e 4 0 It 1 4 1 S 1 S1SS 4 i s a X 0 t 0 09 0 0 0 0 110 0 0 0 0 0 Lloyd Card well, fleet Nebraska halfback, is shown crashing aa itawuia wwrif K ika rMtnVt4mirti aa Uf AmnvA a 1 af tm fla f iiwrla mr ta f a I down on an end run, two on snort I . o.. - a . plunges thru the line, and one on i p,nnii h, m.iir t nn. an whiri of Colorado. A crowd of 12,000 a long pass. A safety added two a fpom .econdary. The camera man caught Lloyd on the goal aaw the game. more points when Harry Becker, Une apparently in the grasp of a tackier. But no, he whirled away The winning margin was sup - Irish guard, blocked a punt and and with a lunge landed in the end zone. pneu oy uiacenicK dwwu uy i nis ieam maie, mcnara jt - renerie, fell on the ball behind the Kansas goal. Notre Dame's touchdown pass came in the fourth quarter when the Irish took the ball on the Kan - Colorado was also playing ita I aa 37 bv oartlallv blockinar Mano first game under a new coach, stuckey'a punt Vie Wojcihovaki " . . - . I wm mrown ior a ynra toss. Km Colorado squad outplayed the Ok - I th riii fihtbMM.ni !t0m.a! every dePartment the Irish left halfback, dropped S'k. i. Ralph Boudreau, Oklahoma left halfback, in the second quarter. Boudreau sailed the ball neatly over the crossbar from the thirty yard mark. GOPHERS DON T IMPRESS WHILE MAROON COUNTER WINNING DEBUT FLAT ON BACK, FITZ NABS WINNING HEAVE SALINE, Kas. VP). With 11 seconds remaining and Kearney trailing 7 to 10, Fitz went behind the goal, turned, fell and while lying prone reached up to catch Drecht's aerial thrown from the SO yard line and Kearney won 13 to 10 over Kansas Wesleyan. Wesleyan was first to score, Worley booting a placement from the 20 yard line in the first quar - NOrth DakOta State LOSeS of Wesleyan circled Kearney's left Ofi C D,,r ,AAi.e Mat winK worn .the 12 yard line and tw - v umi wiwivio nvi Worley added the points. Taom nf 1 I The teachers, having all of the I vUl 1 1 VI I W - r I Ua n). 4. Um, 1 . .... . ksiki w. vuo vua aab uau, 1 Vr Q line. cored their first touchdown in the 1 Tt aia - firtaiio - hnaaiiv'a MINNEAPOLIS. LV). A mere third Quarter when with 20 varda i a.h tn nn thiir o - ohipn m . a a - a. t a I I alalia ivtic wa - fj " snaaow or lis greai iva nauonat to go on fourt down, Snyder passed opportunity. Warren Skoning, who vuB.upiuiu.j u - vv. w r,miR wuu Bcaiiipereu six i atnlA the show from nlS more u lestea ior sirengin &aiuraay out. yards over the goal. Summary: hUstrioua teammate. Jay Ber - rouna oniy aisappoinung weaKnesa Kamey - w.iym wanirer. in the oDentnar Quarter. STrdai'V::::::"" ?"::::" uZ? threw himself at the Husker line McBrtda is........ Bur for a four yard gain. "tlfL ?i - ?Jir. Then Berwansrer came thru. confer rt.. oahnatrom The Maroon captain swept Snoop ro Culley mt.nttnA tha Wphrnska richt side. Snyder q R. Walsh "J " . " T i:r.t 'mmri Bartunck .lh ouerkaon picked up speed and stiff - armed BERWANGER GOES OVER TO COLLECT Sam Francis Plunges Across for Fourth Nebraska Touchdown. (Continued from Page 1 - A.) LaNoue'a fumble being pounced upon by Clarence Wright, Maroon - ight tackle on tne nusKers zz - In a 20 to 6 victory over North Dakota State's football machine. More than 34,000 fans turned out hoping to see another Koskta. a Lund or a Lawson at Memorial stadium but saw instead a team tnat lacxea me naming spirit io pareiik rh wony nia wav on oast the last Husker . .r.rfi Kni ;o a i t ij wa a great run but only . miw UnMman, lesli finU Oklahom&, I m aai at m 4 11m rm an kaiAM rL Vt a U1KB BLaiUlUK "UOCIllt nf filial.' ... 1K VTT.n ir. accurate niOCKing ,ana a laCK OI a m; umrlre. Stuart Dunnar (OtUwa); smart charging play. Only in the final period did the Gophers step to the front with a passing attack in which a couple of newcomers, Dwight Reed, Negro end, and Ray King, another end, ahowed possibilities The power of last year's team was missing and only thru the air could the Golden Gophers chalk NEW DEAL TIGERS WIN OPENER BY 39 - 0 EDGE! gesture as compared with the all around brilliance of Nebraska'a Cardwell who on the very next kickoff took all the wind out of the Maroon sails with his sensa tional run, the longest gain of the afternoon. Cardy Over on Pass. Nebraska'a third touchdown came before the third period waa half gone. And strangely enough. up points after counting in the Mizzou Ends Two Year Fast ?ahHere Sf 8'itaew gtwo first period with Roscoe's plunge . . ... na failed before, it was iwo thru the line from the 4 - yard With 39 - 0 Victory On passes from Captain Bauer to mark. Get Air Minded. William Jewell. Cardwell that were the most potent and effective playa of the FOOTBALL RESULTS Totals 44 IS SO SOI Total ST 13 S3 tl (Hit bat lad for Franrh tn aighth: Dalan - ey batted (or HiiM tn tnth; Oraaltl raa far riancy tn tenth. Nona out wnae. winning run acorad. Chlcaao oo 020 SOS 00 8 at. juuia ouo sua ouo oa 1 Runa; Galan. KJatn S. O'Daa. Pamaraa, Rothrock :, Mad tea 3. Davia. Error: O'Daa. Runa frattwt to: Mattwtca S, 3. Collin. Hnrntaa. Klatn. Pamaraa t, Cavar. ratta. Two aaar nit! Cavarratta, Thraa baaa hit: Mritwlck. Ctalan, Damaraa. Horn nui: Klata, MHlwtrk S. Stoic oaaa: Oalaa. Saerlftc: Judy. DouWa Piayi Harraan to Cavarratta to O'Daa; Judy to J. Coiltna, Kowalik to Hack to Jttraea to Hack. ltt on baaa; Chicago IS, St. Umto i. Baaa on balia; Oft Kowalik 1. Winlord ft, Walkar 1. (Continued on Page 7 - A, CoL 4.) CHARLES SCHELL HEADS CITY HORSESHOE LOOP Charles Schell was elected president ot the Lincoln Horseshoe Pitchers league at the annual meeting of the group. Plana were also perfected for the annual 1035 city tourney which started Sunday on the. Muny courts. Claire Sechrist waa named vice - president and Al Lutze, secretary and treasurer. In the regular league season which ended last week the Capital Brooms and Merritts tied for first place with sixteen wins and one defeat Al Lutze led the scoring for the season with ringer per eentage of .577. Sunday Pitchers. Nattaaal laacaat Maw Vark al EaatM ti, A. HtnHh va. Hraadt, tiamaart va. MarrayaVtit lhaaalpia at Rroaklya I, M4rkt aa. ( lark. Blvta va. Manaai rttta arak at C'htaatt lt aiaatNi va. Uar rtefor. HaMktaawartla va. Htrkaf at l.araa: C kieaca at St. lawla, iteaahaw va. MallalMM. Aawrtraai laaawat St, Iaaia at tlavwkHMl ft, tata va. taatakaaar, Kwatt va. far aat itaataa at Aaw lark tit, taaiaari va. Kafftai, YVUooa v. Brawn t UvtraH at Cat. aaa tt, Ankar v. lwaa Malltvaa va. ainadyt WatMta at ratlaAetpfcia, liaHaaui va. avaa. STATE CXLJLEUK. rrm Maryvilla S. BIO BIX. lf.7, ,r . Dack to the 50 yard line and let fr ,r!L k Eddie Wagner. Colorado fuU - go m paM. The ball traveled 45 tSStSTwk kck, attempted in the last period tarda to Martv Pters who ran fi Wtr back, to even the score by a placekick. but the boot against the wind was wide by three feet It was Colorado a first loss in seven games. The Oklahoma tri umph kept unspoiled Jones' record JwaH I. yards to Marty Peters, who ran 5 biq ten. yards acrOSS the goal. Mlwaaaota M. North Dakota Stat t. A 64 yrdPunt by Fred Harris, Kansas halfback, opened the way i x, Bradley : w tha T.iik.aib.. Dlln.... Ohio V. S. Illlll . return kick was carried to the No - 1 muihkmt of never havinir lnat an nrwninir I tr Dame 32 yard line by George j OHahtaa IS, St. Laala . never naving low an opening i ugnirnn, A ii,,t. io) k. hmw A.nda.a . wi game in the eight yeara of his coaching career. Oklahoma Colorado HapgOOd. A minute later he threw Aaawatana S4. laws Waalryaa 1 to Wade Greene, right end, who caught the ball on the 2 yard line, pivoted away from two Irish players and crossed the goal. Outdowned 10 to 1. Notre Dame made 10 .first ttprtaaf ! 10, Kant Strand - barf 0. RJotliarat 35. Morton cotirga a. Heater St a la IS. Illtnela tollrca S. Mirhigaa IWata 4t, Orianll 0. Narth Caratnla 14, Haka ITareat S. Ratter SB, lMtavllla, O. Knox IS, Prtnripia 0. Karlham S, Central Normal Kvamvltla IS. Roaa Paly 1. Ijiwrrnea 1, laka Farriit S. Simmona .la. ...... ...... Harrta Driakiii ..It............ Brown Mcuhaa lg Uttia Moora ............e parka Murphy rg. ........... Ahrana H w.!'" downs against one for Kansas; waak t. Oakland tttyo Lam ...,r."".".".,eb"....V.V... Corbatt f ined B total Of 263 yards from Inatltata , Hop Callra 1. oviatt .....ih Huddiaaton I scrimmaee and averaged 38 varda I vatparataa so, hi. jarph o. t1 rraaclalcH. nuntm tfum.. croin.H W 19 fBK' wasnar .to Corrutta I . B ... 4 ppP, u,w , tof a. a.. k. MPi.. lyarua irona Hcrimmago ana aver - Okiahoma 9 MM ed " y for punta. cotor aoo q q q Plaraktck: Boudraau. Offleiala: Rtfaraa. Laataa tMrnrMida. nt. tawa; umplra, Dwight Ream. Wachbum; naa lincaman. M. C. Moon, American Oataopatha: fiaM ludaa. Laa K. Arularmim. SOUTH DAKOTA STATE SURPRISES WISCONSIN Notre Dame attempted eieht passes, completed two for a total gain of 49 yards. Kansas tried nine passes, completed two and gained 29. Lineup: , Kotra Dama Xanaaa Mtllnar ........... .la. Kayaa Pfefferla ..........It...... Voael Lautar ......1 MnCalt Pojmaa a..,.,,..,,.. Phelpa Becker ........... .rg. Sktar Mlrhut ...........rt Seigle Pet - re ........... .ra. ,. Oeene Promhart qb. Otannangelo i Shakeapeara .......it...... Harrta Layden ...........rh Stukey Carideo ......tb Douglaa Notre Dama T S S J3 in Kanaaa S S 0 7 I Touchdowne: Carideo 1. WolcihovakL Peters, Qreene. Safety: Harrla. Point after touchdown! Promhart. Ifa - Call. Patera. Offtctalar Raferaa. Joa Meddaohn. Mieh. tgan; umpire, Anthony Hainea. Yale: field Judge, E4 Cochran. Kalamasoo; head llnaa - man, vt. . p. Maxwett, Ohio State. PURDUE, NORTHWESTERN WILL PLAY AT NIGHT Warmup Eleven Eeglsters 13 - 6 Decision Oyer Badgers. MADISON, Wis. (J. South Dakota State's plucky eleven delivered a stunning upset Saturday by defeating Wisconsin 13 - 6 in the season's opener. The Jack Rabbits clinched the rimi In iha Inert two minutaa w.'Kan Pant Mtll - r hit tntarramtewt I EVANSTON, 111. (JPU Purdue a pass and dashed seventy - five ?,ndt NPr!'b'.ern1 wU1 P1?., yards for a touchdown. They flrst football game in West - aora(f thii firat tonrhrinwn tn conference history a week the third and the Badger, tied tbe "5, tit. Olaf 11. Ht. Marra . t artetea S, Ouetavae Adolphna S. MoorheaS Tearaera SO, (anrardla S. Arkanaaa State 1, t'araaadale 't'raenera S. Moamenth S3, BHrilagton ianlore . Mlvee aUa Tearhera IS, Mamllna S. Adrian 1, Wttaton S. Capital S, Toledo t iartnnatl Ti, Uaytoa S. St. Mm tl, St. tload 1. Moatk lakoU V 1. Ulteola Wealeyan . BAST, - Hobart S, Molbrook S. Amerlran U at), Bridaewate S. 4 Mi la Weeleyan 49. Heidelberg S. Maryland St. Ht. Joba a S. Baltimore g, Hilaoa g. H ton College IS, St. Aaerlm'e t. Middle bary a. IJalon S. Weatern Maryland 41, HheaaadoaJk g. Ht. Mwrenca IS, Cornell g. HlUtama Sa, Maee. Htata . Moravian g, Ijifayetta S. Amherst g. Colby g. Camegia Tehe g. t aea S. Navy M. Hllllam and Mary S. Conn. State g, Nortbeaetern g. t relay an tl. Coaet flaard AeaSeaur S, Holy t'roaa It, Provldenca S. C'ortland Ig, ( anieina 1. Colgate go, Maaara g. l.ltiKa Id. I neala 1. Baldwin - Wallace SB. Bnffala t. Laealte 14, Uavld - Klklae g. . Pordham 14. Praaklin MarshaN f. Baliere 9, Weateheetee Tearhera 19. r WMberforee SI, Meet Keatacky Stata S. Catawba SI, fialliord g. . MloomebHrg Tearhera IS, Clarioa Teark - era g. , ftooatee 41. Hiram S. KUoawry Mrk Tearhera S7, Weatmlaater S, fiwrkaan ST, Ottawa S. Brooklyn Calleae g, C. C, N. T. Sg. Alfred Jg, Veftanea . Panaer 13. Wagner g. Htippery Rock 87, West mma tee g. Trinity BS, Hart wick g. UartmoMth Z9, Norwich 9. V illaneva SI, C - ralnaa S. Batea SI, Arnold g. Pittebnrgh 14, Wayneanarg S. Mama 1, Rhode laiand g. PAS WEST. rci.A SS. rtah Stata g. California 47. California Atelea S. HotHhem California 0, Montana . Kant Clam V. Sti. Han Pranelaea V. f. l aiifomia V. m, w muter eaiiega . ttreaoa Htata tg, Wiltametta g. Htanforg 8S, Han oao Htata g. ' Waabmgton Stata 4d, College at Paget Hound g. Pari fla t'. t. Aehlaad Normal S. Waehiaatoa 14, Idaho g. Navada - (M. alary', aunday gam. SOl'TH. . Florida S4, Steteaa g. Marahall SI, Concord Teachera g. Purmaa g. Piedmont g. Miami U S3, Kaatera Km tacky Tearhera 1. W. Va. Weeleyan , Weat Virginia g, Richmond S, Randolph - Macaw g. Itnka 41, Sonth arollnn g. Tnmne 44, V. M. I. g. anderbtlt 14, Mleelaalnpt Htata S. Tenneaaea SO. Soathweetern 0. Hampdea Sydney IS, Vlrglnl 1. WaebinKton la IS, Mofford S. Arkanaaa IS, Pittabarg Teachera S. Mlaataaiupl gg. Memuhla Tear her . Ialelana oellega 9, Mississippi eoiicga t. ueorgia Si, Mereer g. Cantcnary SI, Louisiana normal S. Roanoke Sft, IJingiey field g. Alabama t, Howard 1. Weatern Kentucky Teachara M, Bethel S. Weak Uberty IS, Fairmont g. King 1, Tennessee Weeleyan 1. Murray Htata S. Lambnth S. t lemson S, Virginia Tech g. N. C. Htate 14, Davidson 7. Halera SS, Morris Harvey IS. HOITHWKST Soathern Methodist go, Aastht aallega S. tollega of Idaho SI, Boise Juniors g. Teaaa C. 3g, Tesaa A. I. t. New Moaleo V. SO, Tesaa Mlnee f. Biro 10, Louisiana State 7. ' Baylor 14, Hardm - Mmmona S. vuw wpnw. , iwn. me our, wuu two - year fast Saturday under the enemv territorv. Bauer uncorked 5?ff lnI new y leadership of Coach Don raWolwu rd untoudTcros. thTune for ?nJ on the Chicago IS u a 1.1 i c - ... vvs i.uw iiutiwu vBItl 1U1C. 1M KOUal Sr..:" S" - V,.,." - '... Jewell Cardinal.. Huker. a muchly needed firrt r."0,"' ittZrrS? . A crowd of 7.00 - one of .the d0wn and t up th. pin. for th. eKt TVmmAm mnA T vT,,h mrS &l n opening game in sev - gcortng play. fof hllv y nd,b5t era! years - watched Faurofs Cardwell tj vnej ovai to uie y no. lyim - , comblnationi of five full a iicAd us , .m nuig iiciicu seventeen yards and the final counter of the game. Minnesota, which made twelve first downs to three for North Dakota, waa without the services Cardwell picked un aix yarda teams and then failed on a try at right sweep to aix touchdowns. end. On the succeeding play he So fast did tne Tiger mentor rmared one of Bauer "a eharp change his lineup it was almost passes, twisted, squirmed and impossible to pick out the prom - I wriggled loose thru the entire ising sophomores he will depend Maroon team for the nine remain - tinnn when th irninr cm rotiirher I u . th. tAiinhrinBrn m w . t . . m , . mm i 1 L " ' D r B D I UIK VKUUB au.va Vl.VJ fcVV.v.vw ... iLAfit:SS Rgain8t Bi Slx team later in the It waa here that Cardwell did year. Alfonse, af flicted with boils, Ueason. .ome of his sreatest work of the aia not see acuon. me nneup: t jgck Frve. Al Londe. Art Mur - - ft - mrn a? timn na he was H. Dakota - - Minnesota I rnv nruf Wpnrv Mahlpv tha at - I .i..k. ASaa ww raa tVAa twfi A IS J war. - a - a - r a I J - - - I HlliaiiuiK Ilia flllT Kuninntw sr,rVeon i? .v.".":." k. I tack from backfield positions with pedaled backward a good four or Millard lg Weld longr runs and effective passes, eiv. rHi nlvnted atrAitrtened Uivnirrl a Rennebohn I - i 'm - 1 rv. ' " Bettschen rg ......... Midler I " uf; vm. OUI tna Kmiea nil way atrosa Dobervicn ....... rt ........ wiasetn i aerial atiempia ior 100 yarns, i final chalkline. etunn ......... rv .......... ihi Mah eo'e atvtv.tiafn vim hmkan Raln.ra ah UI (11 I J J " w ' May lh Roacoe I neia ' aaaa io a. loucnuown was ...... ....... qn in rh la Brhiana Erickson Io BeUe ft. Dakota stata ........ S g 0 0 Minnesota 7 0 S 1323 North Dakota Stata gcortng: Touchdown. Erickson. Minnesota scoring: Touchdowns, Rose la. Reed 3, King. Points fivm try arter tourtidowni ueiaa (piaeeklek); Levolr placekick ). Officials: Referee: John Oetchett. St. Thomas; umpire: T. C. Rasper, Notra I 5m a Dame: field Judge: A. Holslnger. Michigan; I i j it titii r . Uln...1,.il. I ' ' aHl uuauoao, out nmaag,! Miiwiayvu. Renntx the most spectacular play of the game. JLlneupg; William Jewell - Mlssnurl Benson Nearly Loose. Nebraska reserves were largely responsible for the final Corn - husker tally altho big Sam Francis Bowtia .it Hourne and little Bobbie Benson personally "lo Jt Hader guperlntended the flight across the Voght ........... .ig .... . mkel . , . McDougall ........ e ..Harsh Held. wheat g Bj - onca Francis started it all by inter - S ? ...:::::::ra y;:::::::::m cepting a wim Chicago pass on Brant ti ixnia the Maroon 38 vard line, urivinir .".V.V.V.'.'rh '.Y. V.'. V.'.comba forward in full gear Sam crashed Younger fb Houston thru the middle for 18 yards be - score by guarterg: fore he was brought down by the wuiiam aaweii o o oo Maroon aecondary. MissouH scoring; Touchdowns, lxmde, Then Benson swung into action. P. Tumough, Wahley 2, Johnson, P. rf.i.j lat - ral naaa from Bauer Turn bough; points after tourhdowaa, Frye, . 1? a lateral pasa ironi cnurr, Johnson, riousion, tpiaea kicks). the Pender, Neb., speedster cut tJSif XfiJZA ST'JSSSJX jt for the aldeline., sped around trai. the Chicago left end and waa m 11 m downed only a acant two yarda SAM WAUGH CHAIRMAN hort of hi. objective. FrancU UNI CLUB SQUASH DAYS XT center ,or the touch" Sam Waugh la chairman of the Maroon Pass Fails. University club squash commit - in gpite of all the glory that goea mittee Which is laying plana for tn Cardwell the rame could verv The Cornhuskers still are the weekly intra - club matches and weu have taken on a different hue C. II. COACH MARVELS AT HUSKER CONDITION Bible Gives Credit to Good Practice Period in Spring. count in the fourth. Pitt Runs Into Unexpected Trouble Against Little Waynesburg Eleven Win of U to 0 Is Beit Panthers Can Do to Stubborn Foe. PITTSBURGH. C.1 The 1935 edition of the Pittsburgh football team ran into something unexpected and came away from its opener against plucky Waynesburg college with a scant 14 - u victory. The Panthers had the advantage of the Yeilowjackets thruout in the matter of ground gained but the Waynesburg era found hole after hole in the line to stop Pitt power playa A crowd of 12.000 saw the game which waa played la a dricsle of rain. The Jackets began their surpris ing defense in the first period by holding Pttt scoreleas snd in the second stansa Jock Sutherland put in a brand new lineup. Bob LaRue, one of the two remaining veterans from last year's power house, Wilson. North western's athletic di rector, announced Saturday. The shift from afternoon to night was made to give sports fans an opportunity to see both the world series battle between the Cuba and Tigers in the afternoon. and the opening contest of the Big Ten gridiron season at night. Columbus Shoot Opens. OHIO UNI U IlllllS BY 6 TO 0 First ' Period Pass Thrust Gives Don Peden's Boys Upset. CHAMPAIGN, III. (JPi. Don led an attack that brought the rirst score, stapulut, one of the alt i Ysmr ! tat a ti e 1 flKi - stir aa aa an eat A A Mima rm , th. r7Hl .n S,n COLUMBUS, Neb. UPu Fort 1? lhlJZ. "1 Crook, the only team to participate Pitt opened up with some fancy - v, ...v . .v. f ucu, um .nuiuia playa in the second half and a ? the rifle division of a state ehoot yeara ago, came back to his old Ll!fEl j!t'mwHh lfmmiByUup SaSe K? tS5 S 390. He and J. J. Sweet each wored teacher. Bob Zuppke and with kicked the point. Lineups: J0 yrda. Shootera from his Illinois university eleven con - Wayneeburg Pitt Sidney, Falls City, North Platte quered Illinois 6 io 0. f Omaha and Columbus were on the Bobcat, from Athena scored lumnung t. ","rt,.B1lt range but the main events of the A . . . . iv::::::::::::::::..0 .hoSt wm be held sundav. Fort touchdown by a forward pass m Meuaa0 V.rf.V."" ie"a Crook cora: Clark, 390; Moller - the first period and protected their waeko re........ Quarantine strom. Sfes; sweet, s7; Konert lead despite a lasr. penoa ran y Dy woroen ::;;.,:.:l:::;;:r,rUnZr BPra n Robert Mace, 581, the IlUni which took the ball to the inrrannwu vi uir usi, iiws tumm of Lea Lindberg, Illinois left half back and star punter, who was forced out of the game In the sec ond period with a broken bone in his foot was a crushing blow to tbe chances of Illinois. Lindberg will be unable to play for at least five weeks. Nelson and Spurgeon took , up the punting duties. MrUiumpny .......rh...... Snadloweaey Cries , fa..,..,,.... fatrwk Wavnaaaarg ...... ...... S S S e JlMr .' tgffltt tit 9l T T 0 ""14 fttt aeoring! Tourhdowna. Staautia 4 sub for Soedtuefceyk aag Hatrua. ouj alter. Hatrtea ang Kactoe ieuo for Paimai Vatacemanui. Oflieiaia: Refarae. W. H. Frieaall, Frtaeeioat amaira, lan Iaughertr, Waah - instuo A Jefteraua; headtioestnan, H. U. Ruba, Penn State: fieid )udge, Warn Iaj aan. Waal Vugiaia Maalajraa. Saturday's Scores. AMKaiCAM I.E4GIB. WasMngtoa 4 1. rnaaelal g - S. t - irt - 4, t bieaga g - g. Ml. l.oala I I. lrvela4 S - T. Soatoa 0 Nvy rb, fain NATIONAt, LS. AO IB. St. f.onta V. f bleaga SOI taalags). araaaita II, ratuartaM, . Mew rk at Hoetwa. rata. ifMtaaargfe at Claiaaati4 ran. Teaaa Carlatlaa Sa, Marts Texag Teaeaera mfcrhtv hard to bat. vou have a also intercity matches. John had Ned Bartlett hunir on to Ber - 11. . I r - - . . I wi I tl I " " . ... . fine team and I wish you tne best vnairipw ia cnawwaii ou . w anger s perfect pass in the initial Of SUCCesS," Coach Clark Snaugn - I fran waueou wwuuve a - rcreusry period. nessey of Chicago U. told Dana X. ana manager, ine courxa nave Nebraska had already scored its Bible, head pigskin tutor of the oeen paimea ior we new eaaun. opening touchdown and the Ma - Cornhuskers, in congratulating the , B - . - aiJ' m I roons were driving relentlessly at Scarlet on the Saturday victory. vuu ovuuvj mm. the Huskers in an effort to even "D. X.. how do you get your I John Bentlev. sports editor of the count Skoning waa loose for boys so far along in September V The Journal, waa confined at his a 21 yard run and Berwanger and Shaughnessey added. home in bed immediately after Bartiett carried on until it waa Well, we had a good - - spring Saturday's football game, suffer - second down and seven to go on practice but. Clark, we wink,, from an aooendicitia attack, the Husker 27. ragged in spots and s got aome rr. m neooen aaid he would Here Berwanger shot a Ions; fortunate breaks," Bible replied. I determine Sundav whether an tm - spiral that settled in Bartlett a I l - a - a..a, a,m. . - g lr mediate operation WOUld be neces - I waiving arma puv w maroon nan - sary, (Continued on Page 7 - A, Col. 6.) ROCKY MOUNTAIN. ale rage Htate It, Wyoming g. Denver I', lg. Coleraae anllega S. Montaaa Htata HHgham loang g. Kirks eieNeaa lg, Ooedlng eoUege S. Albuej Mtate Normal lg, Weetntiaeler 8. Wealera Stata SS, rart Iewle Aggteg g. . STATK HIGH SCHOOL, Camataek 9, BarweH S. Ialngtoa S, araiarjF g. Omaha fteaeoa g, Nebraska Ctlf S. Nhabert 14, ferg Prep S. , Maetiag IS, Blade g. - Mabrtska. Kae., lg, Belvidrre IS. Org gg, Seatla g. CREIGHTON UNIVERSITY, BEATS ST. LOUIS 13 - 0 The Nebraska coach coropli mented Capt. Jay Berwanger and the other Maroons and Shaugh - nessv sent his best to the Haisker OMAHA, tm. Creighton univer - MUad with the addiUon 'I hone sity of Omaha Saturday night op - we can meet you some time when a . m a. t aa a . j.a.l enea me xooioau season nere wim j have a bit stronger team. i u v victory over ot. juouia university. The Bluejaya scored in the first and third quarters, both touchdowns coming on forward passes. A crowd of 8,000 saw the game. Lineups: Creighton - - St. Lou la BokausUer ...I Nelson K. Vang ,. - lg Holland ,, ....a. Maruiek ...rg,.... Putnam rt...... UNI CLUB WILL HOLD Cornell Travels Far Up Comeback Trail in Holding Hawkey eg lo Tic 1 eY .. - IS GRID DINNER TUESDAY Holds Iowa State to f6 Impaste In Seasonal Grid Opener, AMES, la. UP). Little Cornell college came a long way back on the comeback trail here Saturday when it surprised Iowa State's Big Six eleven with a S to 6 tie in the opening game of the season for The University club's football dinner for member will be held Tuesday evening. Coach Bible will be the speaker and Cart Bumstsad volimer will preside. Over 100 reservations Kraoee already have been made Hatter Kubaa tSSuu :.::::";."v. - ".:..'"'lViSI ANTELOPE WILL HOLD je , 1 t tif . . i I wo, v:::;:;:;:;:rh::::::::::r hJos its nPFW n&Y tohay both teams, auaco tu KUMpper " . . The hard fiffhtinsr Purnle team. I mm.. 11 Alf..a ..ill 1 - - - acore vr auaners: i uyvn uajr tvt mu suaci wiit vw at. Luuia .V O I hatrt at. Antel.in - Knnfinv with tournament featuring the Creighton Creighton SOT e13 Touchdown : ftVk pro - muetier. schmtot. Point after loucbdowo; gram, riayers win use ueir aver - voamueiter t piece aicai. rweirt! M(.fu P.t. Ilatnl. ftnli.l - Sire, Ira Carrlthere, Illinois; head 'lines. J qualify. Entry fee is 91. man. eui neraiss. a.rnwriai iieig juage, iNorui, Migiuana rara. age score on their home course to Duke Prevail! Easily. DURHAM, N. C UP)., Duke's Blue Devils trounced South Caro lina 47 to 0 here Saturday m ai Southern conference contest, scoring in every period. Eight thous and Batu tha rti itrln bba1 Rirla mil I New lork al SoetoM. t. - na - e K..e . - !. iKe l'bila - el,hiaal BroMa, I. wa, T'm t caieaeg ai at. Leaia Today' Games. AMKaiC AM I KAOli!. Si. latas al V - la4. I. - T Detroit at ftieagu. Wasblngtwa at rhMaaelnbia. aaatae; ai Neei I era. NATION al. MCAtilK. rHtsbargh at ( tnHntiati, f. humiliated many times during the last few years, showed an entirely different type of footba'l as it battled the Cyclones on even terms. Cornell went into the lead in the second quarter when Dale Brand, a spirited little halfback, returned a punt to the 17 yard line and the Purple followed thru with a touchdown pass from the 3 yard line. Ben Underwood, veteran back, tossed the pass over the goal line to Eldon Coffman, Cornell end. Iowa State fought desperately to tie in the first half, but could not pull even until the third period. Then, a break gave the Cyclone the tying points. Rowland Rushmore, sophomore end, scooped up a fumble and raced SO yards to the goal. Bill AUender'e attempted kick for the extra point was low. Cornell, sensing an early season upset, protected their tie thruout tbe final quarter with a victoua demonstration of football. The lineups: Iowa Stata Cor&eU Rushmore ,,..., .la. ...,.,,. Coffmaa Schafrotli ,.,.,,.. .it ..... , 4a Hayea ,,.... ..lg. Runcn Hanna , . Nova a Coundiff ..........rg Bowman Catroa .tt. ........... , Herva Poole ............ .re. ............ . Iota Neai ............. .gb, ....... UaderwooA Johnsoa ....... ,.,rH. .......... Coureon Sneli .Ih.'.,,. .,.,, . Brand Ames ...... fb McUraih Cornell , .,,,,.,. S 0 (Ml low State 0 0 S tt Cornell aroiing; Tourhnown, Coffmaa i Iowa Stata aeoiing: Toutrhdown, Rushmore. Officials: Referee, Marvin Ievsen. Illl - rls; untpire, foiiy Waiiace, low a State 4 UaasmaA, Uiil Jotuaatooa, Iowa,

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