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NAVY'S GAIN. /oho Schjnidf, NotoI Acadtmy tior who to making tho ianM iorgtf about Bufi Borrict. wQi oapiaia of fh« UnirorBity of Misfourri frothmaa football squad ia J932 ... aad rroaJf C. lynch, fr., 220 pound MiddJo teckh. plcryod on* year of rar$ity football at tbo UairotBity of tanta». LINCOLN, NEBRASKA. SI NDAY. NOVEMBER .H. 1935 SAME OLD CHICK. Chick Moshoa, famed football coach of Syracuse and later New fork Vaieersity» hardy Violets, ia up to his old frlcki of showmanship as headmaster of Manhattan college's gridiron forces. He has a fauddio that is o raarrsl procisJon. with th« backs facing Iho llaomon, who do on oboul foe* and a military goose step fo tbolx positions. IRISH RALLY BEATS OHIO 18 TO 13 O Williams Takes Lateral from Cardie^ Goes Over 20 Yards to Goal RAMBLERS SCORE Londe Then Goes Over for Mizzou Score Early in First Period. (Continued from Pftge l-A.) braaka's 7 but on the first play a bad snapback got away from Sam Francis, who was prepared to punt from hi.s own end zone, bounded into the field of play where Missouri a Orr recovered on Netraaka'a 2. Londe Goes Over. After a shot at the Hu.sker line had picl; - t up but one yard, the Tig or.9 sent Londe 5 ERS RECOVER 'yfj SKER FÜ 1 N 2 -ÏAR 0 LINE NSÎOPS A 27 TO BY MARGIN Francis Dazzles in Cornhiisker Triumph FPAN05 KiCKty AMD PASSES FßOM THE Herman Rohrig Dazzles in Red and Black Victory— Pfeiff Stands Out. BY ALEX STODDARD, OMAHA—A fast charging Lincoln high school gridiron aggregation moved into a tie for the top rung of the Ml.ssouri Valley conference here Saturday afternoon when the Red and Black eleven handed Omaha Tech a former one sided 27-0 AÏHAÎiK NLASÏ BEATS PASS Major Ralph Sasse scampering Army coach and now Mississippi lacing at Tech around N= Lraska's right end on a State mentor, .saw his southern- field. The vic- lateral fr m Lochin. r and that ers^ upset West Point Saturday tory meant that was 6 ptiints. Lot'hiners place- 13-7. kick for the extra p=4nt fizzled. The Huskers used but six minutes to bring the game level. Ji-rrv iJiNN.ue .scampered back 16 yards with Lorhiner a punt to Ne- t-aaka's 47 and Sam Francis, with one of the fifteen punts which the Huskers used, found the coffin comer, the ball n Ung out on the Missouri 5. L( h hiner punted 22 yar la out of bounds and that was the signal for a Nebraska off*n- sive which didn't end until pay dirt was reached. Cardwell g^t 5 vard.s In two ie^rr^bird ^"hru tTe HuHs tO HayCS OH Rame ended while Uncoln was hit- SOONERS the loop championship will ¡be the reward ' to the victor of ithe Omaha * Ventral - Lincoln HERM ROHRi^ ' high clash at Lincoln Nov. 26. ! In five games to date the Bailer-. men have not been scored upon,' ; but the Red an<l Black clan was j forced to dig in and stop a be- ^ lated Tech rush within the five yard line to pre.serve such a rating. With less than a minute to go. Tech was on the Lincoln 5-yard stripe. But a third dowm pass was intercepted by Paul Beck and the 15 yards to Missouri's 8 Then came Francis for 3, Franci.s for 2 ar i Francis for 21-2. It was fourth down and stilt a half yard remained. Ham thought he had 45 Yard Play for 7-0 Decision. NORMAN. ting the line. , The first quarter was scoreless, ‘ but early in the second period Tech drove to the Lincoln 22-yard . line. Four plays gained only a Okl. <UP . A long,; yard, however, and Rohrig punted half min- i out of danger. \’aughan, on the ersity of seccmd play, faded back to pass over Okla -1 but his heave was blocked by Football'iRs KOREf ALL NTERS IN ARTER l.CM 41, HIGH SCHCHiL. ljDr»tn High 21, Om«h» Tr<-h 0. STATE < oi.i.r.Gr.s. Doan. 21, Aankton 0. Han» 9, Trinitj i.sMoi r»lr> BIG SIV. 0. A. gone over on the third effort and Ú U «oamrt h.m t,. the ext. nt that '7P"JK T “ Í" h. hterallv .lyhamlted h„. way ,"Vvl, ' 'I. n'me in so^ieen^in^ the en^l *^0™® Saturday before a crowd of Johnny Capron, Lincoln guard, ‘ time '"f "f."!’’« "PJ" who añasgad the ball on the fly £<>ne that th* re c-aid be o qu deaperate heave, coming aa and ambled 46 yards to a touch- Sam Francis personally conducted the Cornhuskers to a 39 to 6 victory over the Missouri Tigers at Columbia. His contributions were touchdowns in the first and third periods and a kick from placement on a try for point. In addition the big Husker fullback outpunted his Bengal nvals and played a t»angup defensive game. yards Heizer s placekickwas desperate heave, coming ! the timekeeper fmgered the pistol,; down. B g Day for Francs. ^^me after Captain *'Bifr' Jones' good. But Sarr s placekick was wide S<»oner squad had outplayed their, Binger Goes Over, and the “ tire wm .» 6-afl. And be- Big Six rivals thruout the four pe-• Xhe Ballermen scored again in fore we go deep, r into the chro- nods. It was homecoming day for the same period. Eugene Miller nn'-g^-ai a., .unt of this fiesta in Oklahoma and the old grads were socked thru the line for 20 yards, the mud, tfibute to the play of stunned. followed by a 19 yard dash by I'rincia is in or r. He boom.-d The pa.*«» was just mich a one as Rohrig which placed the ball on punts time after time to haul the enabled Kansas to come from be- the Tech 11-yard line. Hudklns Huskers out »f hi*’* =* generally hind and tie Oklahoma 7 to 7 last . picked up a yard at center and caused r y fumbie.s His mad year at Lawrence. Binger took the ball on an end- -niRshes thru the middle were al- The defeat eliminated Oklahoma around play and swept around the . from the Big Six ^ championship Tech left side for the score ra* e and enabled Kansas to hold crossing the line standing up. The Its po.*»ition at the top placekick by Helzer wa.s good and' As the end of the game neared (5*ontinue<i on Page 6-A, Cul. 5. and a K'ureless tie seemed inevit- KANSftS SIA ISA »LAÏS 3 DM : mssiss [fi F Wildcats Regfister on Pass and an Intercepted Aerial. f ;r var- It w.a.« •av. WTV.S H-m's Tbf' <>n1 quarter f -und the Huskers m S' Venl hobs but always Fani s toe came to the res- (('onlinucd on I’a/e 6-A, Col 2 > ÏSÏÏfiSlARSAS AN[B[A 1 SÏANKI 0 N Ace Fullback Scores Three Touchdowns—Score 27 to 0. C’RFTF - Fcoring «u points in ; the mdial canto, 1 .anr siAaniped: Yankton 27 to 0 here F<»ta:..ay ait'^rnoon in Ticer-' h<'f^p‘oni-j tng battle. The gam<* w js as wiue op?n as any display here in tnsEny years latersis be ne tnrown all over the field F' pile the, overwhelmmg mar>, n I' r.- onlv outdowned the S'outh L kotans 11 tc 7. Lmr.;* iVl’ovter b-.--d fiillbaik. led the ; r;» ie point»rs with thri-e ttips promi.<e«j land. V.-.nkton a* nal able 'tklahoma made a scoring at-' tempt with a series of passes, disdaining to punt even on the fourth down. Kansas took the ball on the Oklahoma 45-yard line when the i Fof.ner aerial attack failed. On the first play, George Hap- ! g>>d, Jayhawk halfb.T^ k. took the ball and made as if to circle right end As the Oklahoma tacklers came thru his Interference he sent the bail in a high arc straight * down field. ‘ W eathetford Hayes, tall senior | end, rroswxl over from the left to -1“ won LLÏCAPIDfiES filïïfiA JL Headley Entry Leads Grand Slam Home—Ned Reigh Wins Show. PIMLICO RACK TRACK. Md I Continued on Page 7-A, Col. 2 i « HoUyr^i won the $25,000 added Pimhco futurity here Saturday with Bomar .stables Grand Slam, the favorite, m in KA, TO 6 running second and Willia Kilmer's Ned Reigh third i f H il TEn lilue firing Their l osing Streak to an Tnti >ofiiri/<f>. Pl'RHAM, N = P Duke uni- veisity s Blue IVvils c:....e -ut of pviphmium w a losing .Slump litre Saturday, de- fj^'j f,f nine h'.tting of Six er the featiiu: TerneHsee 19 to 6 before He intercepted a a hm-vf^mmg ciowd of approxi- attembt «n 1 ran m-t-dy 35,for thtur fjr-d vic- Co y.trds {or one. sci'red i?^<dher tcr> in lh« lr l-;al three start*, on a ;d yard r.w-.-p gi.>und -n.J. Duke score.l m the first third an ■; sni i he ! thr » < >; tt-r i 'r 9 and final pencils Tennes.see »4 ured jrird.s f i L-ie .th*r tc-e hdww Ifi'W.crd star talkie, i balked, up t* e otner whcii he fell or. Hladkv s funii-le ;er ti-.e go.il lin« Half- hat h Heur.elt ctinvcrted three extra iMunls. DeF’ovMter and B.iie Mmne sto.-i out 11 the wii.mr s i:a- Kfu !d S. hultz ar’ 1 I'Ljr,..' The net value to the winner was $45,^50. Hollyrood. carrying 122 pounds with Jockey S Coucd up. negotiated the mile and a sixteenth feature for 2 ye«r olds in 1 46 3-5. Brookmeade stable* fourth in the its lone tauy in the second. GRIFFING~W1LL PLAY WITH SEMIPRO TEAM Jl’NGTUl.N (TTY. Kius t' Dear ‘Iriitinii t(.ri-^‘r tt r and cap- t.Hin r-t th K state ■-.oe- e f<'S‘tba!I t i-Ti V. h . Wa.5 < 11 »-*"-’^^ Ho'i.NTOv-d entered the stretch se<ond by thre.- lengths wuth Gran*i Slam fust by head. The Headley co’t on the atr?*’ h t' heit Gr 1 .Flam by a length and a hclf at the finish. Gr«JiJ Shim w.is se- I by tun lengths an-1 Ned Hei^h was third by four lengths. A ciowdof nppr-’Ximalely iSu-vk' {,>er«t'na *aw the ra-run on a sl.iw track The otner hr. ,-hers in order were* Jean Bart Srark. Bright P'umwge. Bi-anie M and Ma- M ’- il The wni-r'l time was cc-nsi.ifrablv .« i 1 ow > t than Tl’LSA. Okl. i.F Kansa.s State and Tulsa university played to a 13 tie on a field shrouded in fog here Saturday. Kanse.« State came back to score twice, once on a pa*.and the se* ond time on an intercepted pas.s. after Tulsa tallied in the first four niinute.s on a pass. Tulsa evened the count in the final }>eriod when Jones ran eighteen yards thru a hr »ken field to climax a 75-yard Tulsa drive Joe Kahl’s 31 yanl return of the kickoff starteii the Hurricane on its way to the first tally. With the TuLsa forwards smashing down the Wildcats. Kahl ran around end and Dennis off tackle to the Wildcats* 31-yard line There Kahl pa*.«e«i to Sallee for 2u yards. After Dennis gained four yards on a reverse, he passed to Kahl who took the hall on the 5-yar.i line and cut ba- k to croas the line. A few minutes later '"leveland's brilliant 40 yard punt leturn put the Wiluiats in scofing position on the 10->-ard line and they took full advantage of it, Wairen passing to Hays who was over the line Warren put the Wildcat* in the lead with hi* plaiekii k. Hemphiii Snag* Pat*. The W '-i.ats second touchdown came with surprising sudd nnes.s F rly in the third period L^ennis j faded to the right to pa.ss from ■ ; kick formation when Hemphill ; j charged in and snagged the ball as It left his hand. He dashed the 20 ‘ yards without opposition to tally. | Tilly Roach blocked Warren s i placement try for the extra point, i The Hurricanes then took to the ; air, flipping the ball often in the fog which was becoming thicker Jones passed from his own 24-5*ard line to McfTune. who was plopped < on the Wildcat 3k. Another paas ! gave the Tulea 7 more yards i Jones picked a first dow*n thru ■ center and then dropped back to pasLs again. Seeing all his receivers covered the substitute quarter Saturday aa it back wriggled his way 18 yards thru the Kansas Aggie team to score. Dennis kicked the goal. F'irst dowms favored Tulsa 9 to 7 and the Hurricane also had an advantage in vards gained rushing. 13U to 101. * SIA MCA S Distinct Upset Scored by Southerners Over the Csidets, 1.3*7. MICHIE STADn;M. WERT POINT, N. Y. .-I\ Mississippi a stunning up.set ran and paa.sed its way to a 13-7 victory over Army a vaunted football array, unbeaten this year, until Saturday. A fourth pericid pass. Armstrong to Walters, 1 NeHr»*k» 1*. MI««onri Kkniwi« 1. »»Ulshom» «. ,vi»r<iu**t1e 5». lo»» It. ItaoMi» ht»t« 13, TuUa IS. BIG ti ; n . Ie«s 0, Indian» 6. Mlnii*HMit» Î9, 1‘iirdnf 1. Nolff Han»» 1*. Ohu* Slat» IS. Northnr«trm 10, IlllnoU S. MIHHKiiT. j fUirlHam IS, R»ar I’«!)' O. I>ft»»u»* 60. Han4i\rr S. Hrimttl 0, Cattifllir I' *. Wrtlrrn Krntmky Traehrr» Jl, Murray • Mt. ( nion 1», Flndlaj IS. Mii«kln(um 14. H»o»ter 0. H( fiatir» 1«, lltufftrtn 1. Wllt>»rforr» t»., Tenn*-««»» Stalf 0. HaniHiir 26. .»lar 4KG'r 1. Uhm Wralryan 18, ( Inrlnnatt II. Hudrr to, HaOaah 0. ( »ntral .Normal 1. <*akland City 0. GrorjrlnwB l‘ollr«r SI, lajui»»illr 0. Hrldrlbnrg IS. Capital 0. KrnI 43, Hiram «. ttbrrllB 8. WIttrnbrr* 0. hnoa 1, < oriirll < <.llrsr 0, Ohio I to. .Miami 0. Miiiikin Ï4. laikr I orr*t 0 North t rtitral 0, I lmhor«t 0. Hr»« IJhrrty tS. Nhrphrrd «. Uaahlnrton S3, C rrlahton 1. Haj» Trarhrr» tO, f*onlhwr»tcr» 0 WirhMa I 14. E'.mporln Trarhrr« 1. Indiana Trarlor« SS, t larlon Trarhrn Wtfhlta 14, t.mi»oria Trnrhrr« 1. I'ittnburch Trarhrr« 0. Tahlr^oah f, Eort Hay« SO. South» »-«Irm 0. Clary vtllr 1. Mt»»onrl »Hnr« 0. Monmouth SI. C atihaar 0> < arlton It, < or 0 Mmirrhrad Trarhrr» 44. Bmldfl Trarhrr» IS. Trnncy 1«anta S.S, Holhrook 0. Mankato Trarhrr» 1, Ni, Cloud Irarh- rr» 0. Suprrkir Trarhrr» I. Rloul 0. South I>akota 13. (tmaha 0, Hrakr 32, GHnnrll SI. Washburn 14. Ha«krll S. Ht. (Maf SO. (onrordiB 0. Manrhr*irr SI, st, Jo«rph 0, MrMurray SS, St. Tduard« 1*. >.a«t Crnlrai Okl. Trarhrr» IS. .North»r«t- rm Cikl. TrarlM-r» 3. Hakota Wr«lryan S.6. Sloiii Fall* 0. Hirklnaon Trarhrr» 1, Mayvlllr Trarhrr» 0. C arhondalr Trarhrr» IS, Mrhrndrrr Trarh­ rr« IS. Norlh»r«lrm -HI« > 1. Warthnrt 0. SI, Mar» » -Winona) 18, I-a t ru»«r Trarh­ rr« 13. Tarklo l.S, William Jrwrll 0. 4ucu»iana SI, Huhu-jur 0 . Wr»lrm I nion 0. Hu tia \ l«ta 0 lllinoj» fiuUrcr SO. lJi«trm Trarhrr« 0. Indiana Stale Trarhrr» IS, Hall« State Trarhrr« O Frrrl» Invtllutr 1, HI. \ la lor 0. frlrnd» 0, Hr I hr! 0, haronr 1, Oklahoma HaidKt 0. Mtitot Trarhrr» fi, \ ailry I rarhrr* 0. Mlrhlran Trrh »*, Northtand 1. Ohio Northern 10, HHroll Trrh 0. llltnot» Wr«lryan 0. Hradlry 0. laiW'rrnrr *1. Brloit 0. hitraatrr Trarhrr« IS, Plaltrylllr trarh­ rr» 0. aroU S, Ripon 0. EAST. Conn. NUtr 1, r«a«t fiuard Aradrmy <k Harvard SS. Hruwn 0. .syrara*r 1, I'rnn stale t. Hrlnrrt»»» S0. Na»> 0 Hartnniuth 14, Yalr 0. Nr» lurk t 14. Ithrknrll 0 t oliuntila 1, Corurll 1. 1‘tttfthiirth 0, I'ordham 0. William» 4S. t nhm 0. Kniidfilph-Maom SI. Ha«rrford Houoranr 1, 4 amrclr Trrh 0. Mi»ai«kippl Stair IS. Army 1. Mirhiaan stair II, Irmplr 1. SI. 4u«rph 10. Hriawarr II. Wrsirru Maryland 30, Italtimorr HI lAHi-rrtcr 1, Mlddlrbury 0, C rmutnl 0, .Norwlrh 0. Nwrthrastrrn 0, 1 uM« 0. BoHdrtln 14. HaO« ii. Manalian *5. (CNV 0 Shakespeare Throws 35 Yard Pass to Miliner ¡n Last Minute to Win. S:. 0. BY HENRY M'LEMORE. OHIO STADIUM. Uolumbu.*, O. (Ul’t. Crujthed by (‘hio State’« juggernaut line, and riddled by its bullcting back.« for three full period.«, the Iri.ah of Nitre Dame Saturday staged the mi>st gloriona and heart «topping rally in the hi.*»- tory of football to defeat the Buckeyes 18 to 13. Night wa.H settling on vast Ohio stadium and it 80,006 .spectatos ,, and the big hand on the clock wa.s only a quarter from the finish, when the men of Notre Dame, trailing 13 to 0, gathered their .shattered forces and launched their devastating attack. With fewer than 60 second.s to go. Bill Shakespeare. Irish left halfback, faded back to Ohi»T State.* 35 yard line and. with the ball poised snugly in his hands, swept the field in search of a possible receiver. He f-'und one, big Wajme Millner, standing squarely under the Buckeye s goal post. Taking aim like a squirrel hunter, ; Shakespeare, rifled the ball and Millner, leaping high in the air, pulled it down for the score whUh : blasted Ohio State's hopes for tha ; national championship. Millner Win* Cheer*. As Millner dropped the hall to the ground to cradle it affectionately, the Notre Dame team, .screaming and waving their head- guards in the air, swarmed down upon him. For fully a minute they hugged and patteo him. ! Millner'a catch climaxed tha ! most delirious fifteen minutes in the history of football, the fifteen minutes which saw Notre Dame, a team that wouldn’t admit defeat, come surging from nowhere t<» humble a foe which had humiliated it for forty-five minutes. The men of Notre Dame started their all conquenng march on tha last play of the third period when Andy Pilney, the greatest runner on the field, took a punt on Ohio States 40-yard line and, without benefit of interfcrent e. blazed to the 12-yard line. Three plays later Pilney whipped a pass to Franeis Gaul, who was thrown on the 1- yard line, from whieh point >\ill- imck Miller plowed over for a score, Ftilley’s try for the c-xtr i jiOint failed a.s It bounced crazilv off the cro.riibars This brought the score 6 to 33. but none of the ho .OOO persons m (Continued on Page 8-A, C-«! i > Ihr T .,1»»Hace ^»»apfr.an -iraham Har!Ti*>n roof>rr ... Kmn-jn . .. rJii'r« ..... r >tr- ...... Ka". ..... ... nr!!« .Vnr* t.- prrioa» Tula« ............0 0 fl ?—11 K«' -*» Sta!» 7:0 ■-■-thK T -I» 1 )-«î- «r- Kat. J«nrr r-'i tita a'trr tiKi.ha »-n. i>rn.n; Kar¡Aa» Sta'r t.-u'h0c";‘n, H*v». Hrmvn. . p-.int aitrr tomf.áíar. Waft.rr I’ .10 n .1 ■ .^Kanaaa Fla . Wanfhrr* .. Holland . . Harr!»on , Ha>s Clrve.and l.and«r . . K imrk Warrrn Knox Still Unbeaten, GALESBL*RG, 111. A*'. Knox college maintained its undefeated seasons record today with a 7 to 6 victory over Cornell college of Iowa in a mid-west conference game. Altho outpointed in first down*. 15 to 6, Knox held the upper hand for three periods. John W illiani.H Make.s l^ioii^ Him liv.k. ! at in the line \\ h’-tr auu ft,,rti the ;-q.)ad lor rrcak-ug tram-’ the track record of 1 44 f' r I or .“-'.ihî-t Iten i wert* th.' i-uun- ht iva m the 1. »*’i • line and H.i'fky and F,.itt. nv lo<'hi'.l a !\ill.lape in th»* hall lugging dl­ l’. Summary and lineup»: -r - - lar M - A’..“ !' K - r Cr :r.T H .4--: T g and in prs'pir g.;mr t.on<li.,t. I irn» J tu Ih- i&riv.w f{ semiptofcs- h-unal fiv.ttiail F.iturday, tlriffinjt; i3een engàgvtì tc pl.iv wil.h thè Jor.T.on City YcJ- i.'wji,.-Urt.A io a game bere Rund.'iv Uith th? Kar.sa^ City Pagliac- n-> t**H^' civ»chetl by Alex Nigro. iorrner Kansas State aìzr. it was »nncui -ed F-atur»1i.y by Jo* Kosen- f.eid. r:.ar.“grr of thè JuncUon City r-': team. - 't -‘I*; lA RI DUQUESNE GETS LATE SCORE AND TRIUMPHS F Chiistv FI • s Dmjue..ine univ<. rEity ’ « . ■ ¡1 hn-rtS H T-U up«* t vuttiy Siti ir Ut, ver tt.e i.'vr-legie Tv» n ’.5‘iim whs*lj dcfedt»-.l f*-;rdu* £ wt*ek «go The »cor? ;»*ne o?. ft 64 yerd line pninging mfT'.h L j the openiiiig f»eri<.;*L BAUGH’S PASSES GIVE T.C.U. WIN OVER BAYLOR W a CC. Tex 'UP I Led by Sam Baugh, a q'iirlertiack who throws the point. distance SYRACUSE NOSES OUT PENN STATE’S OUTFIT SVRAn'-SK, N Y V T»n.-lnt in the last two minutes of play after being held scoreless thruout Syracuse * unbeaten gridiron warrior* noaed out Penn State 7 to 3. in a dramatic battle here Saturday before 10.000 bowling fan* Var.nie Albanese of Manliu* N Y.. dashed 10 yard* for the winning counter after receiving a forward paii» from Ray Reckmack of Cheshire. Miyi». He plaeekickwl a fcKitbaU i.ke a base.çalJ. Texas university Ratur-iay remained amorig thr im'ieteated by w.nn.ing »tvi'r Bnylor uruver*it> 2" to 0, He'd *• orvleas in the first pt'Dol the ("i-ri.At.an* took to the iir in th*' s:. ')nd and *t orevl tw*ue ‘n qui.' k or h r un forward passes Baugh Wis .»n the throwing en»i Purdue-Gopher Statiitici. MiNM;AFOL10 ia F iriatiat:.-» M Uq» f-.!iiu« It I BBC«.'» ?£► ,. »esY.r •iBriwSr» SMtU a»0 l*i«Nlar MtM I»r»l «•»»• U II t»r0« umtmeS n»*«ut» Jit 104 I »rware m - m -- «ti#«itte««l 10 1 i>»,u-» «-Mtiptrtr* I •««»?» JMtkM. ^ ^ . iBlrr.nKra r of «Jl f' ur of the paase* for touch- j-i.i», *»««LVr*.fr,.«, .‘l# douT.» His longest paas was 5’i fre*. «wk. majwrS *« yerd* for the second Frog score. . «* Johnny Williams broke the 6-6 deadlock in the last minute of play In the second q u a r ter .'jfjij when he snatched a lateral from Lloyd ('ardwell i and ra. ed over 20 yards to a touch- lown. It must have felt like old times to William* who started his career aa a fullback three years ago. He plays left guard now and hir touchdow'H against the Bengal* was his first since he turned ..T.eJiian. Johnny, who pLyed hi prep school football at Lii •:oln high has been the handy man in the Gornhusker amp He has played fuilbeck, guard qu«rter- -avk. .-enter and tackle and has 'ione a good job w'herec er be w as i-ayed. which earned 70 yards provided the margin of victory. Originally scheduled as a breather between a pair of stiff contests, Mwsissippi State more Hrmi-hii! than lived up to advance warnings K^mr'gr* i from Dixie, and only an epidemic of unlucky breaks saved the Army from a more embarrassing beating. Coached by Major Ralph I. Sasse. former Army mentor, the southerners outplayed the Cadets in every department. Midway thru the first p>eriod State took possession on its 23- yard line, and completed a touchdown mart h unhalted. Ike “Sweet" Pickle land the sw’eetest player on the field t led the Dixie boys thru a series of four consecutive first downs, and Bobby Thames bucked the remaining four yards for a tou< hd»jwn. Pickle added the extra point and the Rcoie Ktc»od at 7-0 until the middle of the sc*rond period. Starting from the f^tate 40-yard line, two perfectly executed pa.Axes tied the score. "The first was from Army's ace. Monk 5Ieyer, to Cline True, two plays later Meyer :!ropf»ed back and threw to F il e Grove who looped over the line Grove added the point. On the first play of the fourth period Meyer p'anted out on State's 20. .litarting from thi.s mark, the Dixie boys went straight to the wi'ining score. The first play was one of thos. -^ory b««.k affairs. Charb-y Arm?rtt = ng flipped a flat pass to Fred Walters, who was lying prostrate as he made the catch for a net gain of 25 yards. Armstrong again passed to Walter» who made the catch among a covey of West Pointers, ducked out from their m.id, and started for the goal line r^tan Smith leaped high to block Armstrongs attempted conversion. an»J the scoring ended at 13*7. The lineups: Nprlncftrld 6S, l.owrll Trvtilr 0 Kb»dr l«l»n<l SS. Worrrtlrr Trrh 0. ( ttlhy is, .Malnr 0. Ithara Trarhrr« 88. Iji«t Mroad*l>nrgh 0 Wr«t .MlnUirr 43. F.d»»h«r<» 0. {.rhanon \altr> 1, I'mn .Military 0. Hlrkiii»MB 40. Allrahany n. Biivton < ollrgr 30, I’rrvldrnr* 0. Amhrr«f IS. Ma««. Matr u, I larkMHR SS. BnHahi S. 8lllaiMiv» IS, Hrtrolt 1. Albrtfhl IS, Mnravlaa 0. Ilytcrr« 81, Ijifajrttr 0. Franklin A Alarahall St. .Mtthlrubrrg 7. 4>rUa«tiuric Si. I.r)ilgh 14. I r«tnu« SM, Hrrvrl 0. Baldwin W allarr SS. C a»r 0. I 0 , Nrw Haniutblre B, Brihanj 8Î, III« Cirandr 0. .Ml. M. Mar»'« 81, Ji»hn« IGipkln» B. HaniiKirn »><li»rj t1, Nl. John'» 14. ( «nland Trarhrr» SI, Artwild 0. Halj ( ro»» 84, M. An««lino'» 0. GrnrVA 1. M. S J. « Wajnrshurf I«. Thlrl 0 . M. Mar>'» »Tri.I 1, M \ inrrnt*» 0. Wr«|<}an It. Havi»-t tliin« 0. Marabiill 14, I-nM>r» » Mrnry 0. NNft«inrl,anna IS, Ws»hlngG>ii i ollrgr t. Ma»»Hrld 1, Kniilown B, «ht|>{irn«burg 0. Bloeniahurg 0 Rirr 41, i,ror«r Ua«hingt«it 0, Hamilton 1, «»»»arlhBtnrr 0 Ur»trl»r«lrr 1», I>*rkha»ri» 0, Hr*lr»ayn 0, 1 rtnltj 1. Ml I lair 8» Nr* 1 rrh Afrir» 0 TrrnGm Trarhrr« a, I'anrrr 0. Anirrlran 34. Gallatidri 0, MI||rr«»Ulr Trarhrr* IS WH*«« Traih- rr» 0 . Mil Til. tulanr 14, ( «iastr 0. % andrrtilH 14, (>rorgia Trrh IS, North ( aroiina SS. N .rth 4 aioliiui Malt S larmMM IS, ( Itadri B. \ I’l SI. houtk ( a rot ina 0, Althaiti» IS. lirniaikj 0, Wr*t \ IrgiBia til, W .i«iitncto« & I.rr 0. Grorgrlown 1, RI« liinond 0. Marjland 14, Xlrgtnla 1. Hakr I*. Trnnr*«rr 0. <.r<.rghi I 1, la.rida I 0 . I Imtaon 13, SIrrcrr 0. « Blawha 10. Wofford «, < arnoD-Nrwniaa 0 . i amlirrland It, I'ototriar B, Nrw Bttrr 0 . «»«trm Irarlirr» 58, M«»rrhrad 0. l4»ut«lnna Malr 0. Aahtam 0. Iluw ard 1. n 1 Konlh I 0. Trnnr«*r* Folj 0 .Miilatille Trarhrr» IS. Irarb- rr* 0. MJl TIIWI .NT. Arkan««« 14, Trta« A. â M 7. iNoutlirrn MrthndUl 10. Trva* 0. Tria» ( hrictlaa SN, HajJor S. Nrwr Mr»lr«> I IS, Tm«|jrl Trarhrr* 0. (iklahomw f 11} I . 0, A ricana 27, Trinity I . 7. Haniri Hakrr 10. 1 ■»»» Ttrh 14, Oktahoirm A S .M 0, WASimS 28-12 Grefe Scores Both Cyclone Touchdowns on Flips from Allcnder. MILWAUKEE. (-IN For the fiFt time in four year.», Marquette uiii- veriiity's returning <>ld grad: cel«— brated a h ime oming vi< tory R«l- urday night, aftftr the golden ava- lajithe sillied the Iowa State Cyclones, 28 to 12, before 15.(8”'1 Sftec- tators. The win 1-F Marquette among the nation s undefeated t«:ams with five htraigbt vict iriei I'wa .States psf,.dng combination, Mlender to «Jrefe, was re- .»fionMble for P two touchdowns, while Rim-V, Milur. VNhjIc .d AUender h. • unl< d f >r g-«<- f gr»«uiid .«-cl i«s but w»re lhw«irt»d in the : i-- ? A! jii« [ e twin br-'^itlor of q .,.r• ter‘k Art -r«‘l two <if M r- qijet»« l.jwhdowns. Art h.uig ..p a third and j'uff the fourth M'* t tjnliiant of the - t . «re* w * Al Gu«'pe s in th*.- laid p» riofl Art Guepe, jlaiii.ing («n th« MarquoUa f'lrty-two pit: hed '« fcjrvoini to Huivui, fuiU'i-'k wfjo . hrrgtd KIM hi moi NT AIN. ahtud ‘. “til h V tncfi lut* r.'iii j t dutktd thru to .Stale nui 1** - Marqu--(t»' fix', « yard fr un t' nmn ^ ner'£ 2.-.- The hr I lo'T a -• i Kir hemn.-'l in, ari'l /“I Gut'i e -ho the go.F I,-'.’. .4 lir»l to -- - - 1 ;,;..rv.-0 ol «I - t.',. the w Up«. . An*»— — Mi»* sra*« ... ................... . 1« . , , . . . . Or;»*i»» Er’K««a ... .. U . ............. Harc'iT: ««ft.Ul ...... . . ¡S - . .......... Fcthrrrt r ;fl-rd . ......... e ............... Pr ■» .Nr.'rcai.a tg *’ '♦ Wo.f T' ........ L/-I1 S'rrimtfrrg .. rm ■ . . . K*i-.-jin 0 - . ■ Thar-:»» Ut'- -r H CM jffvt r P'.ra.r ît.'i f .. Strâ'lüsa^ a,- .,r* r A rn-, fi 7 e A 7 Mi*» - pi State7 a 0 * ■ n ^ ■' ".f A r-r. i ' - r.c Gf'--- r-r.:-" afirr ' ! '1 • a vr Tl.f.-xrt A Ml'«» fV'k.r Dana, Trinity Tie 3LAIH Ne > .P Danu (ollege and Trinity cc!': e of Sioux i'lty playe i -7i.'y rDJr;-.ten :.-f »» m - ì !- fo«*tbèlli he:-.- Saturday n I tah Matr 13. t «tarada HtaU f. I tah 82. Briaham T<t«ng 0. ( »Iwrado Miar» ». Btark Hilt» N*rmal II. Adani» Matr 10, Hrgl» • ( «i4»r»4« I . tS. («kurado fall. ». .Nrw Mr»kca Aggir» 47, .Nrw Mr ora Muí tary 7. Idaha 1 . (Scatarra Braerhi M, .Maaiaa» Miar» i. K .'k* rfillrgr 7, Bol«# Jantnr» 0. I tah Accir* 18, i otarcdn Aggw-t 0 hatita Barbara i-Uir 0 , Urrldratal 0 EAH MI.NT Btaafard 0, «aaia Clara ». Wa»hMgkita SS, Mnalaaa 7. HÉitniaa 0 . f.í«llrgr ef Pagrf houiid 0 . Goataga 7, Wakhiagtaa Malr 0. ( aliferoM 14, i f !.. A I. Ornati Matr 10. lo-rtland t Fb(n».na i. FTas*taff Matr 0 . Nrtada II. ( allforfitii Agglr* 0. 4 rrMM* klair 10, i olUgr mt Farlfir 7. I,rwt»(aa N»rni«i i» >a«trra Orrgoí. .Narmai 0. Ha:. rt '-«íi t o ít-f.” 1,1 e-: I ä Ovuf t--. • JUB I T ;.-12 ' 7 7- ;•« r.i, r-?f* O! tc.*:í:- wi-.. la HU,H M HOOl . ( rrlgtotoa Frr» IO. (Mnaha Hoaih («raad l»la«d M. AthiwN 0 . t « anihrtdar 0 . (»Hra«« 0. • Ra«»rl| 14, At«<»»«rUi 0. 1 » raalurd t», Hat Mjirtag» 0 ht. I liuuhert 1», Warjiuig Hatrr •. lo», a Vi-ríe P'-. I ‘ j : i Árt < J,0-r SL LOUIS UNIVERSITY JOINS VALLEY CIRCUIT .«T LOUIS. F The P:. R^- ert Joh..-itor. pri-i u-ri ,f ;-.t lyi s «niversity, Sslur.j^y »n -.-. r. \ the univer*'ty h.; l a-. ept -1 au i i- vlt‘.:t L-n t. '-.‘IQ tne M-... -'.,1 \ .!I ley ' onieiencfs. ^

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