Chattanooga Daily Times from Chattanooga, Tennessee on September 25, 1932 · 25
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SPORTS arg-0;-.(7to',1').-4,,:1.-r!,.4fo'wo McColl Patto0t NW DIXIE SERIES.- Pct. .667 .333 Pct. t SOO 444 .300 .273 .122 .167 ,.100 .091 .083 .000 .000 .000 fjf,5!. OCCASIliS STOP VOLS ON GOAL ,LINE IN LAST QUARTER t eleven launched into- its 1932 grid season today by trouncing the Rocky mountain champions, Utah, 3$ to O. before 40,000 persons. , ST. LOUIS; Sept. -24 br).--President Sam Breadon of the St. Louis Cardinals. said here today Sidney Well. president of the Cincinnati Rd: wants Jim Bottomley, veteran Cardirral tint beeetallt 10 MelteltNP the Reda In 1233 . o ,,17,P-7- 'Weil told me be would like to have Bottom ley as his manager," explained Breadon.-"and asked for. permission to talk to Jim about it. -eWe gave-our permission and Hottondey was in Cincinnati yesterday for the conference. If, they reach an agreement as to terms and Weil desires to make Bottom ley . his manager, ,, then everythhag will depend on our .abilitY to get together on a trsde. We would bave to receive Isomething A rental US fee the Join et Bottoenleys. serriees. -However, that angle of the propceition has not been discussed." ' ' Bottoroley. who joined the Cardinals :04;10" 'CI ",1:-:.-i:.,;::::L:.-;,.'-i0 ,',11 ,-.if',.,-:: .,':.:.':',-'--,-;;':-:'r,, ::!--, ...!'.4 ''''''. t .. . :.."1..'':: ''''' :--;:''' ';----AA's ke::' .' .1 . . 4i....,,; :,, ,,C;C.,;;z,..3,....,:,::;!.,:,......,,.,:-..,, :$;,-;.: ',5..;',,,,..::S.iget,..f.S, A,,..,,,,,...,,....i.,,,,.....,;,,,...t -,,e,:;;',..''.1.1111!;oovt .ii,,.'4,..f-;:,,,.,,,,,n,4,.. Lt::iL;:.'i,,,,:.sti::,-:...:".:..:::;-.4ii.,''.,,,,;;s::.,::..;;::.,iZ.1,:: :;:;z:.r'2:xkiriatt' .ir4r..14,,.2.,,,-"er....,47-J,...9v: , r.'',,,,,,,,,,,'-'""''..f;,,,J.,,,,k,--"l'''''':,,.'"''""'"r''""6"P"',i,,,...",ap...,,..-Ifxf'",......,..,-- '' --,t ,1,11111 ""1,-,,, , At the left. Van Reyhum is shown as he took-Deke Drackettl flat sone pan for a neat gain. Lazy Smith is right behind him. Yea taking Vaughan's lateral pass for the first touchdown of the game on the right side otthe field. In 1922, became the teams regular first stacker the following year and toss been No. 1 man at that position ever since. He has been handicapped during much of the 1932 season by inluriezVANDY-GEORMA BATTLE SHIFTED TO NASHVILLE ATHENS, Gs, Sept. 24 671.--H. Stegeman, directorrof athletics at the University of Georgia, announced tonight that the Os-Vanderbtlt football garne-Oglginally acbeduled or Ath. :,Z5,, cm Is circling back after ens Oct. 22, will be played in Nashville on the same date. The change he saki, was the result of refusal of the Vanderbilt faculty to permit that team to take time off from classes for the trip. , Vanderbilt played In Athens last fall. The change leaves the Bulldogs only three home games, V. P. I.. Oct- 1: North Carolina. Oct. 15, and Florida. Ott 29: SPORTS FOOTBALL RESULTS Perry Wine Crown. 'LOS ANGELES. Sept, 24 Pl.-a-Totederieg Perry, of Great Britain, today defeated Jiro Satoh, 23-year-old Japanese Davis eup player. 6-2. 6--4, 6-5, to vrin the singles championship of 0- Pacific southwest tennis tournament. Alooremin Rise to ',Dizzy, , Heights to Stop Orange Eleven on 1-Yard Line,. i ECOND ...GAME:. Of :SET - OFFERED LOcAL FANS PLAYERS' SIJARE' TO END Diamonders' Cut $14,736.27 , to Date in $30,700.57 , Taken In. , PRESIDENTS OF LEAGUES TO SEE CLASIC CLASH Gill and Newsome, With .444, 01111 Regulars Hitting Better. Tban .3 0 0 Martin Will Present Sporting News ; Chip to McDonald. A second chapter in Chattanooga's Dixie series baseball history will be written at Engel stadium today, with Indications that a much larger crowd will Witness the writing than that which say the thrilling struggle between the ' Lookouts and the Exporters Friday. Cood seats for all who come have ' beeit provided, however, Chattanooga Baseball Club officials emphasized last night. No one need stay away from , Engel stadium through fear of not getting a good slant on the fourth game in the closely contested fight for the championship of the smith. Seats have been provided for 22,000 and a total of only 20,814 have seen the three games ' played thus far in the series. ; President John D. Martin, of the southern Association of Baseball Clubs, will join Alvin D. Gardner. Texas league prealdent, at the game today. glaay lesser lights of baseball, including major league scouts, will be on hand for the dull. The Beaumont and Chattanooga players will share in the gate receipts today for the last time, the Dixie series rules providing that the participants shall not have a share in the receipts after the fourth game. Of the $30,700.57 realized in the games to date the players' cut has been $14,736.27. Chattanooga's reputation as a good town for Sunday baseball is the basis for the belief the crowd today will far surpass that of 6,831 which turned out Friday and will materially boost the slice of coin to be passed out to the athletes. The two clubs have received 89,824.19 from the gate in the three games and ens Texas and Southern leagues have cut in for 86,140.11. John D. Martin will present the Sporting News trophy for winning the national announcers, contest before the lame today. McDonald finished far ahead of his rivals in the battle in which many famed broadcasters took part Fans were shown a dash of the fast-ball pitching common in the Teas league by Schoolboy Rowe. Sandy Herring, who will most likely oppose old Clyde Barfoot, also throws a high. hard one not often seen in the Southern. Chattanooga fans were swept off their feet by Rowe's steam and have another treat in store when the diminutive Herring takes the mound. Pitchers have hogged the limelight thus far, but many drugstore experts are pointing out that it is high time the batters were breaking loose with some slugging. of the Lookouts, 0111 is the only regular batting over .300 for the get. Johnny has eollecteqd four hits out of nine trips to the plate. for an average of .444, and the bleachers In right field are built right down his batting alley. Newsome. shortstop. has turned out to be the best Beaumont batter in the series. hitting exaetly at the same clip as is 0111. The Lookouts can take a commanding lead in the game today. Those who saw the ,thushing Shippers in their flaming red uniforms Friday know what a battle is in store this afternoon. LOOKOUTS AND SHIPrERS GUESTS OF H.A. TONIGHT The Chattanooga and Beaumont clubs will be the guestf of the Y. M. H. A. tonight for a banquet and general fun-making proiram at the H. A. building. The banquet will start at 7:15 o'clock. 'W. 0. Poster. managing editor of The Chattanooga Times, will be the principal speaker. Jake Levine and Sam Borisky will be toastmasters. EQUIPOISE FINISHES LAST IN FAST FIELD Pair by Pair Takes First Place in Severn HandicapPays $41.20 for $2 Bet. HAVRE IDE GRACE, Md., Sept. 24 iir).--Equipoise, the thoroughbred'''. of the year, met his match today for the second time in eleven -starts this sea son. finishing last In a. five-horse field In the Severnhandicap. i run over ix furlongs at likvre de Grace. The C. V. Whitney's 4 -yearold. bolder of the worlds competitive record for one mile, looked anything but a cham, pion as he trailed home nine lengths beck of the wimic,--Mrs. John O. Hertz Pair by Pair4 telong shot pay-ink 841.20 for 92., Tile winner's time was -112. The race was Equipoise's first start since winning the Whitney Stake at, Saratoga. - , After leading all the way, the speedy Hertz' cold fought oft the belated challenge of - George D. Widener's Jack With,- which held the mile record at 1:33 until Equipoise stepped the dis4, tance in 1134 2-3 at Arlington park this summer, Jack High. making his second start in eighteen months. was a half-length back of the winner, with J. W. V. Martin's Con Amore third and the Superior stable's Supreme Sweet fourth. As in the Arlington park handicap. In which Equipoise finished second to Plucky Play. the Whitney colt was partly responsible for his defeat. He bad the disadvantagellof carrying 129 pounds and giving the winner twenty-two pounds, but, In addition. he re:, fused to line up, delaying the start nearly ten minutes. When the five did get away, Equipoise was last and last be stayed thxoughout the Journey. ' IBAiEBALL AT A GLANCE!' Standing et the Club,. Won Lost CHA'rTANOOCIA 2 1 Beaumont 1 ' 2 Yesterday's Results. Oft day. , , Where They Play Today. Beaumont at CHATTANOOGA. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Standing ot the Clubs. Won Lost Chicago 90 63 Pittsburgh 85 67 Brooklyn 81 72 Philadelphia 77 75 Boston ,46,1 76 7 St. Louis 11 81 !clew York -. 71 81 Cincinnati 59 94 Yesterday's Results. Pittiburgh, 7; St. Louis, 4. Chicago, 8; Cincinnati, 6. Brooklyn, 3; Boston, 2. New York, 8-5; Philadelphia, 4-4. Second game ten innings. Where They Play Today. Pittsburgh at St. Louis (two). Cincinnati at Chicago. Boston at Brooklyn. Philadelphia at New York (two). AMERICAN LEAGUE. Standing of the Clubs. Won Lost Pct New York 107 48 .699 94 59 .614 Washington 92 61. .601 Cleveland 86 65 .570 Detr6lt 75 75 .500 St. Louis 63 90 .412 Chicago 49 101 .327 Boston 42 111 .275 Yesterday's Results. Chicago, 8; Cleveland, 7. Washington, 8: Philadelphia, 7. New York, 8: Boston, 2. "Detroit, 1-4: St. Louis, 0-8. Ten innings. First game ten Innings. Second game eleven innings. Where They Play Today. St. Louis at Detroit. Chicago at Cleveland (two). New York at Boston. Philadelphia at Washington. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE. Standing of the Clubs. Won Lost Pct. Portland 103 76 .575 Hollywood 101 79 .561 Sacramento 99 86 .522 San Francisco 92 85 .520 Los Angoles 91 88 NO Seattle 88 88 .500 Oakland 78 100 .438 Missions 67 112 .374 - Yesterday's Result& Sacramento. 3; Missions, 2. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Standing of the Clubs. Won Lost Pct. Minneapolis 100 86 .802 Columbus 88 75 .540 Milwaukee 88 IS .524 Indianapolis 85 79 .518 Tokdo 85 80 .515 Kansas City 79 , 86 .479 St. Paul 70 95 .424 Louisville 66 100 .398 Yesterday's Results. Milwaukee, 12: St. Paul, 5. Minneapolis, 5; Kansas City, 2 Toledo, 10; Columbus, 9. Louisville, 11-1: Indianapolis, 4-5. , I DIXIE SERIES DOPE LOOKOUTS. , 'tatting Averages. Plarer AB R H RBI Pettitt .6 . 66 .. 66 a 0 1 0 Gi1l 11 1 4 0 Wilburn .... 66.666 10 0 3 1 Boas 11 1 3 1 Kinriclon 6.6..66..6 11 0 2 Bonotrits ;6..6 12 1 2 ' Ree.0 110 2 1 0 Travis , 11 1 1 1 Bolton 6." 12 1 3 Bairfoot 6 3 0 0 0 McOoll ' 4 0 0 1 Knies 1 0 0 ' irottla 96 5 lit .160 'Atrerawes. ' ' H Pt Won Loot Pet. eColl 10 5 0 2 0 1.000 ttfoot 4 1 0 1 .000 ,ttiti 1 1 0 0 .000 .fr EXPORTERS.- SattInt Averaires.' Player , A R H 111 Newsome .1 9 0 4 0 Herring , 3 1 0 Fox - 4 46 S 0 1 IV Goldstein 3 0 1 0 Oreenbers . . Il 1 3 1 nits 19 0 2 0 Fosterling .11 2 3 Taunt 3 1 0 Benton 11 0 1 0 Holley 12 0 0 Poet .. 4000 Reiner 11 0 0 0 Pow. 4 0 Clifton 0 0 I 0 -- Totals 94 3 1g I) ' , Aver re. y - , H 11 W011 I Voi-rtnit 0 0 1 Recrt n R Craidstetn .1100000NOMN,P.M00.,M,.. Pet. .588 .559 .529 .507 .497 .467 .467 .386 Pct. .444 .333 .333 .333 .273 .100 .132 .143 .001 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .170 H R Woti Loot Pet. 5 0 I 1.000 1 - .000 ' I 5 1 ?, .000 Trojans Win, 35-0- OLYMPIC STADIUM. LOS ANGELES. Sept. 24' flP).Supplanting speed for lack of power. the Universal' se Southeta California football -.c Here is the pile-up on fourth down as Chattanooga hilted Tennessee's fourth-quarter drive Just a foot short of the goal. Almo,st the entire Moccasin line sized up the play and drove into the spot where Middleton attempted to cross. That 24 on the white jersey is on the back of Andy Nardo, fighting guard. Lou Ellis and Maurice Monroe are leaping in at the right. A Vol lineman, wearing the Striped helmet, has been tossed under to help block his own play. I FEATHERS RIPS' OFF FOURTEEN YARDS AROUND LEFT END I I :.:44f.-77ZwAo I The above picture of Beattie Feathers was-snapped as the Vol ace tore around left end with a burst of speed in the third quarter to gain iourteen yards. Be is shown almost at the end of the Jaunt for Tubby,Ha,swell, No. 12, and Maurice Monroe. No. 17, nailed lam. Houston Frice is bearing down, from the rear tknd Vic Halbach, Charlie White and Vernon Headrick are a little farther behind. 2 I RAYBURN SNARES PASS-FEATHERS SCORES, TOUCHDOWN - South. Alabama, 4SSouthwin (Tenn.) Carscm-Newman Wes. Centenary 41 ..... Henderson Centro 7......Mumy Teacher awe a ' Erskine Mike 13 Davidson Emory-Henry 14 Furman Newberry G. Waskington 13 Wash. A Lee Jonesboro 13 . .. Lambuth Kentucky 23...Virginia Military Langley Field 14.. ... .Guilford Marshall 33 Umber' lle Maryland 63Washingtmt Col. Mat. 49Hatt1esburg Teachers N. C. State 38.Apialach. State South Caroline 7 Sewanee Tennessee 13. Matta ODOM Texas Chria. 3..Leuislana Stitt Vanderbilt 20 Mereett Virginia 22.. Hampden-Sydney Virginia Poly 32.... Risanoke Wake Forest 41North Carolina W. Ky. Teacher 30Evamerr1lle Wm.-Mary 17Randolph-Maros I I 13 I Southwest. Arkansas 0 Hendrix Centenary 41... Henderson North Texas 0..Soothern Meth. Rice 20 11(110 A. and I Texas 26 Daniel Raker 0 Texas A. and M. 7..Texas Tech 41 Tex. A.-M., R. 0.8tern (Tett.) , East. Albright 16.....Weetchenter T. Alfred 6 Defiance Amherst 13 Colby Baltimore 13 Shena ndoah Bates 11 Arnold Colgate 41 St. Lawrence Columbia 51 Middlebury Cornell 72 Buffalo Dartmouth 73 Norwich Middle West. Akron 7 Ohio S. Reserves Augustina 14 Cornell 9 Baldwin Wal. 24.1Bow ling Green a Carleton 34....Stevens Pt. Nor. 9 Case 32 Hiram Chicago 41 Monmouth 0 Cincinnati 51 Hanover 0 Hamline 6 St. Cloud 2 , ' Drexel 13 Lehigh 13 Franklin-Marshall 21Moravian 7 Grove City 13 Glenville Holy Cross 13New River State Maine 12 Rhode Nand 0 Maseachuset' is S. 50Cooper IL 0 Mt. St. Mary 0 LaSalle Pitt 47 Gbh Northern 0 Providence , Rutvers I Maine 12 Rhode Nand 0 Massachusetts S. 50Cooper IL 0 Mt. St. Mary 0 LaSalle Pitt 47 Obi, Northern 0 Providence 6 Rutgers 6 St. Ronaventure 6...Manhattan St. (Vincent 31....West1nghouse 0 Seton Hall 12.E. Stroudsburg T. Syracuse ..... .Clarkson-6 Thiel 12 Morris Harvey Vermont 7 St. Michaels 0 Villanova 26 Ilrsinus ,2 Vi'esleyan 20 1V1lmington WeMminster 14...Slippery Rock William. 6 Rochester Wesleyan 7....Southern 111. State !Innis Military Iowa State 21 .Simpson 117ws. Teachers 7.Columbia (Ia.) Kansas State 26 Wichita 0 Luthcr7 Coe 6 Marquette 25 Lawrence Michigan State 93 AIM 0 Morningside 32..Western Union 0 Northland 6 Hernial Ohio Uni. 19 Rio Grande Ohio Weld? Yan 20Wilmington Okla. Mill. 14...N. E. Okla. T. 0 Pittsburgh Tchrs. 13.Mo. Mines Plateville Thers 6 .-.Wartburg River Falls (Vila.) 0..McAlester ,St. John (Minn.) 32.St. P. Lull. 0 South Dakota 20......Tankton South Dakota State 27.Aberdoen 7 Par West. Abilene Chris. 1..John Tarieton I Idaho 49 .Whiteman I e, Mont. 40.Anaconda Anode Club. Nevada 12 Oregon Normal 7 Sanford 20 San Francisco 7 Santa Clara 12 California 'Southern California 35....Utah Utah State :LIMO, South. Br. Wash. State 40.College of Idaho Washington 19 Gontaga Prep. Engleweed I Copperbill Fort Payne . Geraldine 11. Joe Bradley 0............Rlson Trousdale 12....Warren County Youngs' . .. ....Lenoir cur ship of the professional tennis tournament today, defeating Albert Burke, of Ireland, 6-6, 6-1, 6-3. Nusalein, of Germany, turned back Martin Plaa, uho yesterday defeated Tilden, 11-6, 6-1. 'rbe championship is decided on a double elimination play between the four semifinalists. VIII. Licks Roanoke. BLACKSBURG, Va, Sept. 24 (A').---V. P. Ls galloping backs stole the show to. day as the Techmen swept to a 33-to-7 victory over Roanoke college in the Oobblers' first,game of the season. The starting eleven ran - up three touchdowns in the int quarter, another in the third. and the reserves added the final score in the fourth pe. nod. , INVADE VOL. TERRITORY , TWICE DURING CLASSIC ; Feathers and Robinson Score Totichdowns Price Makes Longest Run' of Game, 28 YardsHalbach, White and Merritt Shine. I $ 7 I IT st to V. T. V. t. Pleat downs 1. 10 4 Yards gained rushing 301 041 Yards loot rushing SII 31 Net gain rushing MI Of ' Yards on passim . JO 10 Yards returning punts 411 44 Yards returning kick-offs I 111, Net grand total Yards 134 III Passes attemPtr4 I PRItses rompletod r Bali loot on Intercepted passe 0 I Da !I lost on elf,S1101 2 t Ball loot on tumbles 1 1 Punts 11 10 Yards on punts . 441 414 Atersge yards. punts 40 14 Penautes against trartiott 411 1 a 'Prom lino ot setmmago, TRE STATISTICS. 1.noftiimmlomolom The threatening ehallenge of Scrappy Moore 's fighting Moccasins was flung far and wide over the southland rester day to the gridiron machines which would halt their reign in the Dixie conference and S. I. A. A. Maj. Neylandlt highly heralded , oranae-Jerseyed Vole from Knoxville, rated among the topmest favorite, in the S. I. C. rare, earned a clean-rut 13-to-tt victory over the Chattanongana. But when the Tennessee eleven . which boasts brilliant Beattie Feathers behind a line in which there are four men, over 200 pounds. got their chance to roll up the score the Moccasins rose to one of the dizziest heights they ever reached on Chamberlain field. With the ball at the 1-yard line on fourth down the center of the local wall was stirred to the pitch of fury and, despite the lofts of Art,Kocninger, bottled up that hole to take the ball on downs at the point out 3,636 farm looked on In ma zement. Inspired by the play of Quart.erback Veteren Vic Halbach. All-American Mention End Charlie White and Smyr. na's giant tackle, Dudley Merritt. the trio who played throughout the drag matic duel, the Mocceeins ataved off the Vol threats most of the way by preventing them from passing the mid' WRY mark of the field. Although only twice did the Mooremen invade Ten' nemee's domain. Chattanooga Mathes Voile Moves In Third. The two markers came in the first half, after the pith to the goalpost bad been brushed clear by a pair of the kind of punts which Beattie Feathers le noted for. Then in the third period the Moecasins matched their every move and in the fourth played the game of their lives with their backs to the wall. The first, touchdown came right after the Moccasins had pushed their way to the Tennemee 32-yerd line, aided by twenty yards gained by penalties. After an exchange of punts, Feathers on second down booted one high over the aelety mown's head, the ball traveling aeventy-four yards from the line of scrimmage and over the goal line. Monroe ptmted beck to Tennemee's 46-yard line and from there started the drive which Feathers climaxed by grab. bins a short pass from Pug Vaughn and skirting to the right side of the field for a touchdown. Wynn then ehot the extra point through the bars by placement. In the middle of the Recond period the Vols gain set out, for the touch' down gates. With the Vols on their 45-yard line. Feathers stuck his toe in the leather for forty yards, the bell roll ing out on the 15-yard line.- Monroe booted out to his 45-yard line on sec ond down and Feathers started the scoring drive with A 9-yard jaunt around left end. Robinson put on the finiahing touches after gains ranging from two to ten yards by circling Jim Haley for seven yards and a touchA dawn. RobinsAon's try for placement was wide. Nardo, Price, Cermole Crime Play Great Ball. ' In the greatest Moccasin perform. once against an S. I. C. since V. P. was trimmed a few seasons ago, 14 to 13. galloping Houeton Price, Andy Nardo., scrapping guard: Joe Cerasole and Whitey Urban 'emerged with 'au., relit. along with Merritt. White and Halbach. Price turned in the longest run of the day. a 28-yard circle of Shull. Nerd, after taking beating the first half. came back strong after the intermiseion end dealt much misery to the Ortinge Vols. One hundred and aixty-pound Halbach's blocking success, despite his light weight, was a bright feature of the classic. Merritt spilled play after play. White, Cerasole and Urban made their share nf the tAickles, Tennemee crutrushed the Moccasins by 287 yards to eighty-six and' made sixteen first ,downs to Chattanooga's four, which speaks well for the Blue and Gold defense in the pinches. The yardage on returning punts was the same, forty-eight. The Vols completed five passes in nine for thirty-nine yards, while the 'Noogans gained eight. ten on the one they made good in five tries. With Feathers and Robinson booting. Tennessee outdistanced the toe work of Monroe and Ellis by forty to thirty-four average, ' Just alter the game opened with Ten. nessee receiving, , Halbach gave the crowd a thrill by racing back seventeen yards to the U. C. 45-yard line with Feathers' lint punt. A 5-yard penalty for offside and fifteen more for piling on took the Moccmins to the Vol 32, where the ball went over with two incomplete passes on the last two downs. There ties an exchange of boots and then Feathers got off that whopper which threw the Mooremen back on their heel. , It went sixty-four yards in ) : ,1,..01.:,,,,,,,,,.:,:::,.:,, , :::::..,:....:::,,,,,.:,,,,.:i Abilene atria John Tarieten 4 ,::,...3,...:.,,....,,,,,..,;.,.4,f...:,,,,,:":,,,:;..,,:,:,,,,,i,,,;,,,,,,T:,:L;--- calm will be the guests of the Y. M. ee;eins-as City ...,..." 79 , 86 .479 I .....----, . - , never Palls ( W1214 a meltwater a uvwn gourn. vvuu Lau vuu, vu 1urta- 45-yard line. Feathers stuck his toe irt l H. A. tonight for a banquet and gen- Ste reau,,les 70 95 .424 , 100 .398 ,SL John (Minn.) 32.St. P. Little 0 the leather for forty yards, the bell roll., eral fun-making program at the H. A. Louisville " 66 RAYBURN SNARES PASS-FEATHERS SCORES - TOUCHDOWN South Dakotti 20...."Yankton 0 ing out on the 15-yard line.- Monroe i building. The. banquet will start at South Dakota State 27.Aberdoen 7 booted out to his 45-yard line on sec 7:15 o'clock. e . Yesterdays Results. ; - . . ond down and Feathers started the Chttanooga Time ' . Ve. 0. Poster, managing editor of The Minneapolis, 5; e 4 Far West. scoring drive with a 9-yard jaunt Milwaukee, 12; St. Paul, 5. around left end. Robinscm put on the as, vitt be the princi- Kansas City, 2. , , e e Toledo, 10; Colurribus, 9. I, e;,,,; ,,eeeeL:,,i, . .,,:,-:,, , ..., ,:: e,..,,,,; i.;::;:, :.:: ,i ',4,i,:Vk .... ,t, :.:'A'K'Zi'4 1001""PO''Ar'''W:VVrn'IVVT:744.:4:fg:-'''''r''''''::;:4:'''''''''''.14C1677'''''7e ' ' '' :..."''' 7, ,,- e , , , ,....- - -,-..;;;,,,,,,,,,,,,;.,;,-. ee.':.,:."ee':,,;4,A.:::;'ee:;ee, ,';',,..,,eeet;:: e..e;:t':-.7;;:r''''''''e, '''''''''' ''..-77Ai'-'' '-''''''''' x-k. 'e . ., IL ... finishing touches after gable renging e pal speaker. Jake Levine and Sam Louisville, 11-1: Indianapolis, 4-5. imee,,,,m,. , ,. reereetteeeesee t!,:.:::;::,,:i,,e.:,1:4:e:eeee-,.,, :e-:,,eeeee: ...-e, ,-,o'i:::.,,ieeeei:,: e, :::: ,,,t,:.;Je'serer' e.;-' -4 Idaho 49 -"Whiteman 0 40 from two to ten yards by circling Jim Borisky will be toastmasters. ' 0 ',.--.ee,..,,,t,e,...,',-!.7e',---e-,.eee' ee, ee. el ,,,,,,,, MonL 40.Anaconda Anode club. 0 Haley for seven yards and a touch. , 1 ' n . --e ,-, e ---,,,,,,- e ,,,,e;e' e,-- ,..,,,,eeetee,,,e- 0Is., ,. : ..4.!t,::: tig.:1-,:,,,,:.ik,, :, ,:::i r,, :!,: -, , e,,iA...;0,01.6,ist:i,,,i,,,,: , - ,.., .,- :..:7--- : ; ,;,, Nevada 12.---Orescon Normal 7 down. RobinsAon's try for placement . .1 EQUIPOISE FINISHES- ,r,,,,,,,,..,:..--,:;:;:at,,?',..-.--,:-,.:,-,.,--.., . ,. .. . . . . .. . was wide. ' " , '''''''V''''''''' ' . Sanford 20 San Francisee 7 , ' ''' Nardo, Price, Cermole - ,,-, '-----,eeeeee ere, 0-e -'',, r, -,,,,,e, ,, 'AC' ' DIXIE SERIES DOPE -,,,,,,...,::',. ,,,...,,,----1,1,,,--.1,3,-vo,,,4,,,,,,,t, - : - :341.- ' .,..' , ' ';' 4, , ,' :;,: !, E l Santa Clara 12 California 0 4- LAST LV FAST FIELD , -,-,,,,,,i,,,,-:,,,,,. , : ,,- , .,-, 47"--4-kesse,, a ,.::::e::: : ,, .:: :: .......eeree?ee,e,ee., et, e: e, , -Inv . - '''':!:' 7 ee; ' ' ',, 'Southern California 35....Utith II lerbsei .Play Great RAIL in tne greatest Momasin perform!. , -. e ' . tee,e,se:.,e;is,eesee: -,,,e:e, eee,s.,e:e e,e,se wee ' " e - - , , e-,-4.ne.:,-..eee.,-- ,,,,,, 400- 1.-' .'44-4'..' " ''' tests State 32,1daho, South. Br. I once against, an S. I. C. since V. P. I., eee- te;e,r, en , ' ' tontine-ie f'...ke,.::,'4,421 ee7e;'''''';e!:'::e'l's6.:17,:.-e':171Y ) Pair by Pair Takes First Place gismo t cittio,44,10,00H, 14 - , , e averse's. tee e, e...e,,:e,: e, :e:eieee-seseo' ee,' '-', ,ee t Wash. State 40.College of Idaho 8 was trimmed a few semons ago, 14 to 1 '- - 1.;(:,;1,.,':''''';,t,e4.0e:1,,:''.,',1:'7,-.;?:.:eel,:7::'''''',-clee::.?''.,:!,174,'..;.:4'':.4.e..,,-,..',,,'--,,,ei'I':-.:;;;11; ,,,,,,.:e! : ',e.:.:747;t".)Ti , yet , AR R I RBI Pet. .. .0,t.,,,,. ,,:::.,. ,:i.::..3:,,,-,..,4z, ,. . ., GOnlatita ' 1 in Severn HandicapPays O ' Pia 0 I 0 . SO , : ,,;:,,:,:.:::: :':: -: f .4, . '$. , . ',' :i.... : I'l 0 .444 -::.., , . .s. z' ,:-. n.;, !:''..'.'f''''e V.4 . .. ... ' .-.- .....0,....., ,,,, - 'Washington 19 2 13. galloping . Houseon Price, Andy 2 Nardo., scrapping guard: Joe Cerasole , - -.. ' e"e:: ' .e e e-eetfe esgeree'eeee 4k-.4$ . ,....-WS $41.0 for $2 Be . Pet titt , .. . .. . : 1 4 t Gill ... ll . . Wilburn .... 10 0 II I .300 , :?:.:.:.i..';:., -.,:..,., : ..t.,,:,..,, ,.:11.:. : .?..,..f....,,,..?...:,,ii. . P':'.'44',.': : .,,,e,..6,1:97'.';, ul' ::' ' A,'",!... .;,.:e'., -,4' '40k, prep. - , and Whitey Urban 'emerged with, laue, : ,,e, 1.. tee e ,e :!' ee- eee ...:9 M: ,,, : , : 0 '; g- 1 1 i 3 I 272 .i;';A: .:., :.'.:. . :!: Iii.:?r,i el:' :,'::'' ,,.., :. ?, Irl,:.. : :: : k;: f'; :4 : : . .:'-" 44.41:611.S.44". :' ' ' tt ; f 1 Or:',... it W4' - . retie long with Merritt,' White and HAVRE DE GRACE, Md., Sept 24 seen 11 2 2 .122 .,,...:.. ..,... ,:::!?..f.7: ... .,:,..,,A?1.,... .,.:::::;.; .4::,.,r,..?44,0 .Y1;1 V ' , ,'it''''.."''. , . . '',W...r2.7( .4- ii..,,,,,,.4:',:, 4, ,e,..-,r: ' .. Entlele00d 4 CoelePerbill 1 Halbach. Price turned in the longest e ': , ee Fort Payne 13." .. . Geraldine 0. run of the day. a 28-yard circle of -, ereEquipoise, the thoroughbred"' of Bonowita ;...... 12 . I ' 2 0 ' 167 :-..;;,n;;;S:::?,;'.5;': '5':r--4::P...i;',;.;.,: ,:,:'..A.)41,0";.: A .-. , , . . , ' :, , ,' atot,',0 ,fog;..1 :...:.'s.,..' the year, met his match today for the Ree'e w .....?1r3200e-Ytes..!. ,. ..:. :': ''..9 .i0?,,A. ' ' 1,..... Bradley 0 Esse Shull. Nerd, after taking a beating t aem..w m..1r - ' 6 ' 2 1 2 122 0'4'. :,-,';:: :-,..,,' ,..". , ,,,...14..,. s. . , 4144,4 4:,,,u t,.., .,,L : ,,,1 . second time In eleven -starts this sea- noHon . ' .. , 12 . 2 . ' I a ' .663 F, ,.i.,..::..:.:.0::,':, - . v''.Z. iz,-,,,:T...:74.4 :!'etzklic,,:-x.N.kt 41 - the first half. came back- strong efter . eon. finishing last In a five-horse field Rarfoot , 2 0 0 .000 . 7,-, ,..:3..io.);.,;,..,,z , : ....,:,..,.,..,,, ...., .1,' ''.:,:4.- ;;;.t1 r. '''; .;..:,':.'-:.770,411tt'llsty....1... ,i.....;:' ,.!,,,,: : ,,,v.,...- 1 .'-''..i::; .,,..:.,; .!,,:'',:.1.,'7., .,,...1: ..i:41'1-:;20..s,reit: '.4: ,.,......."4 il Trousdale 12. Warren County $ the intermixsion end dealt much misery ' I In the nevernehatedicap., run over ix meoon ' 4 0 0 , I 000 :,,- ,.:,..,..2-: er- ez,4 -e f,efeees, ireeesees-eUeee1stereiriW le ref eel-' . ioneeeee.-ree -0- es. ee, e.e...',,,e,e.,..., . a.: '- e''''''',e, . - etttelelle.e , e Youngs 12.. . . .. ....Lenoir City 7 to the Ortinge Von. One hundred and ------ sixty-pound Halbach's blocking success, furlongs at Eyre de Grace.. newer I 0 - 0 w e e,' ek ee-e -enee-e.'"'t:-' eeeteee'ee, e' Nieee, ,,e-eeeee,: is -ee 'I t el ,, .; e eeseteee'e,,,e,44;.-Ar,.,4ar-- - -: .... ....... -..... --- , - ,,.:.:..i,:,-:-,::,,,:-;-::::,,---,. t-,: ,, .-. .,.---,:-...-. ,--....,,,, , . -4, ,,,,,,,,,-, It-4,, --: -.,:o - 4,-,,,,,,,, , -.,..:1 . - ,-, -....-,-is., :---, - --: -4, - -- -----: ,,,,,,,,k-,--.....----- ,--,0 f despite bis light weight, was a bright The C. V. Whitney's 4-year-old. bold- ereteis - 96 II I ,. II .1611 t,,,, : :.,...:: N, :.: : ,, ;,..,t, ..,: :. 44.,e..-, : .4.'..- :-, -;,...::',.. , .. ....,40i4.4. . 04, . r :: ' il,.,..,;,- .,...,....?:,,,,,,:'.71-6w03,04' , . , ....1.,:, .4 texture of the cla4sic. Merritt spilled . er of the world's competitive record for e . le: er,;,,,,ee., se,,,,e:ee :.,. eeeeeet, ese-sle- -e-seeee a- ''or4: ,-'-': , ,- :',4,t,., 40 ship of the proleulonal tennis tourna- after play. White, Cerasole and, . elides, Avenues. : . - ; C. . ,.,.. .:-, - -.. -,.:,.$,.s:,:sN-....p..x., ,:..,. 3.4 .,t ,. I-4ts1' . ' ,... ,,,,,,,e4.,,tv '..."..,,..--4.,...',.4. .4 ,:,4' , 4...,:,..4.0.. 4'4.s, I , ' ment today, defeating Albert Burke, of play one mile, looked anything but a cham- . tp H H won to'st wt. ,::::,, ,p.,s. .,..:.:;... . ,,,,,.:::,,,,,,c, .1si:,;,, .-...e,,T,"!.:..:,.. x .: d 4. , Lill, .-!:,,,, it, 6 ,- ,,,k-a . ,..:,), ,0,,,,i Njfk, ,,,--,,IR Ireland, 8-8, 6---1. 6-3- - Urban mode their share of the tackles, Tennemee crutruehed the Moccasins . pion as he trailed home nine kngths met.," 10 s - 0 2 0 Limo eee,,,e: eee, e e-e,:,.e,e,e3e:-$, :4, :Z4, 4,: 4,N Ikk..,:- .;, J---,,e a 1 : .0 we- -,..,,:, 4,,,4 . ;:.,,,:-,- ,z,:,,;,......y ------ 4. eZ neck of the , winne41--Mrs.. John O. PRI:foot 4 I - 11 1 '222 '.': :.'..;',.-.:'-...!e'r. .,x. ';':''.:.1'f:.l,tk' ,.. '..s''''"!.;, -.: ,.'''. '".' . "44 - Ite:xe,:.e i'e e eeleies--, -.7s-e-ee;-:--e---e'' -,,,,, , liana Ni seleire of Germany, turned , back- Martin Plait, isho yesterday de- by 287 yards to eighty-six and ' made Herne Pair by Pair, telong shot pay- Nitta 1 3 0 0 .000 L: , , eeee-es e -, se, eee,e-ef:;,eee i,s.',f7.,.,.-,,. 4,t.,:.,:,i.. ''',0' ...',.' sn. , '''' . p,,-, , .0 4: 1 ';'w . ,:4914,,,46:.77,06,4;-14,..vw. ;,,i,4,4,t, 4:,;:4az..t:4X,44,4604,4,;,,!k:::(40,--oe .,,,:, 7.; at...4,44....;4...,,,...,,,,,'f4L:s4.1:- 1,..,,,,,, ..,,...,,, ., -, .., sixteen first . downs to Chattanooga's feated Tilden; 11-9, 8-3. The four, which speaks well for the Blue init 841.20 for 42.., The winner's time - el. EXPORTERS; , ...,...,.,Ii? ,..,,,' ....'......,:.,r'irtr.N714TM11,''':.:';;;..,40;12,!.4.t2..:k. - -.....,'''' ,,..14:r:, ,4-,'. . t..4-',. ,!, : ,4''' )c, l .:.:4' championship is decideet on a double was -1:12. The race was - EquipoLee's , ez,:::,.e t eeeeee,: ee:-jeee;e ee e.eese-e.,.ee",;eeeeee ' f : ';'.' .. tr ,,.... ..:77'---f.:1.'7..,..;.'-z .:-'.i 1.,-;?' '7.,:. p..4. ,, ..' .44 5, 4 11) l' ' ' a elimintion Play between the lour and Gold defense in th e pineheSe The ' , first start since winning the Whitney : ilait,tee A, r2122' e e ' t , , Pia rer . . AR , , Pt ,,,I semifinalists. I, - yardage en , returning - mints was the Stake se Saratoga. ' - ,,,.. ee Newsome ...,......., 9 0 4 0 .444 Ka. ., ...... . :,..' z..)':,.:.:',.,.:::: ::::, ,': ,,' 11.-.:'. ,.,..-,....,:'!,',1 ......,'-k-,. ...1c -,.,..,...4-', T'",,.. 4, -,- .,..4.:',,ke.:;- ,,,,,,j, k5..4.,A0.:',,,,,.-;:,,A..,. A; wit:':4"..f:,',' '',,,, - , , - , -. , After leading all me wee.' the Verne' Horrific ...4- ... ,, 3 3 1 0 173 ii.-; s,. -4,.,:U.iz::',.,.:-,',:,,i.k:::::,,,,,,L,,,,,:;,::$,,,,,,.': ,,,,,,,,:4..,:-.,. a,i,,,,,,deir.V.,,,,,I:..4;.., ...;:,...,,,, ocV14.0k, X2c 21:aook-.4A,4,,,,I.0., . , ,,...... : ::,,,,,,:..",,,,admer..3........., , . , , , , , , . , , , same, forty-eight. ,The Vole completed Hertz' cold fought oft the belated chat- Fox 4 4- S 0 1 a .331 'e'reeeee- ,lat,,, - -fa NMI. Licks Roanoke. five passes In nine for thirty-nine lenge of - George D,,,,, Widener's -.Jack Gold itein ........ .3.. 0. .I, 0 ....3.1! : N44,,,,,,,,,,,444,---,4,,-,-....-&,--,- N;o:' - yards, while the "Noogans gained eight P. les galloping 'backs stole the 'show toe tries, With Feathers and Robinson At the Itft. Vail Rly13;lril 13 shown as be took-Deke Brackett flat pone pees for a neat,' gain. Ise4 Smith is right behind him. Feathers Is circling back after BLACKSBURG, Va, Sept. 24 UP).---V, - - . . In five Welt; which held the mile record at Fearrtenbers :iel el ; ; .44; ten on me one eney mace goon , 1:33 until Equipoise stepped the dise easierii;S-:.:-..li o 2 3 .162 taking Vatighan's lateral pass for the, first touchdown of the game on the right- side otthe field. ,- - ,: . - . - , ---, - 7 3 1 ' 0 .143 woric of Monroe and Ellis by forte to, . tent'. in 1134 2-3 at Arlington perk this tempt - ---- ' day as the Techmen swept to a 13-to-7 hooting. Tennessee outdistanced the toe ii o 1 . ,, e summer, Jack High, making his sec- riro?11,y ens . .- 1! a. 0. 0. '000... eleven launched Into-Its 1932 grid sea- ' - 'Weil told me be would like to have In 1922, became the team's regular first Oct 22 will be played in Nashville victory over Roanoke college in the thirty-four average, ' - ond start in eighteen months-, was a psea ' Gobblers' find genie of the season. Just alter the game opened with Ten- i half-length back of the winner, with Reibet 0- ; 0- :000- - 00n today by - trouncing the Rocky' Bottemley se his manager, explained nicker the following year and bss been on the same date. 0 , was the result The starting ,- eleven ran -up three nessee receiving, , Halbach , gave the . 4 , o . e ' -000 mountain champions, Utah, '35 to 1). Breadoneeand asked for.permission to NO. I Mtn at that position ever since : The change, he saki, J. W. V. Martin's Con Amore third and EMesa nee!. - 000 bet 40 000 talk to Jun about it ore , persons. - ..- He has been handicapped during much the first quarter, an- crowd a thrill by racing back seventeen , the Superior stables Supreme Sweet - - -- - ----, . - - n by injuries. - 111 of refusal' of the Vanderbilt faculty to inwnilheinthird, and the reserves yards t,ci the U. C. 4-yard line with , fourth. , Totals 94 3 If .170 - elVe gave our permission and. Bot-', of th, 43 1932 sem it that team to take time off from otthhucebde ,',. , - added the final score in the fourth pee Feathers' first punt. ',A 5-yard penalty for- offside and fifteen more for piling e AS in the ' Arlington park bandiese. . 1 ie H R Witia Lost Pet. In which Equipoise finished second to , 'e , -' 171e2160 venires.. : , .,,,, , Plucky Play. the , Whitney colt ,. WU Refrtng ' 1 0 I 0 1.000 i ' Partly responsible , toe his defeat. , He Rowe .... 0 , 1 3 . 1 - -000 - . ,. . , had the disadvantageof carrying 129 crt'lcit'eln ., pounds and giving the winner twenty- T - , two pounds, but, In additiorne he re- . ' rojans . REDS. WANT, fut201-JOMLEY: AS 11ANAGER NEXT YEAR - - , ST. LOUIS. Sept. -24 bP).--President the conference. If they reach an agreee tornley was In Cincinnati yesterday for ment as to terms and Weil desires to , . , make ,, leottorniey . his manager, e then de We would to get together on a, tre . . wbin, 5350.1 'I. .'" ' ' ------ ' , evfrzthins-- will depend on our ,abilite . Sam Breadon. of the St. Louts Car- lave to receive eoneetilingto renal us THEN V.AANDY-GEORGIA BATTLE SHIFTED TO -NASHVILLL , classes for the trip. . , - Vanderbilt played in 'Athens last fall. nod. . . .., ott. 29: . Loa ANGELEs sept'..e.2. 4 op), -,,s Tot' ed; on took the Moecmins to the Vol 32, 0- The change leaves the Bulldogs only ., . tbree home games, V. P. I.. Oct.. e 1: Perry Wins Crown. - , ' North- Carolina. Oct. 15, and Florida. - 'S, Ga.. Sept. 24 efee-H. J. where the ball went over. with two in- , ' complete names on the lasit two downs. There wits an -exchange of boots , and et, ' . :, erick Perry, of Great Britain, today de- then Feathers got. off that whopper for the ,:. leen Bottoweey s. seeirlemott Stegeman, directory-of athletics at the , ' feated Jiro Satoh,' 23-year-old Japanese which threw ' the, Mooremen back on ' 8-4, 6e-5, VI their trete:, It went-sixty-four yards In ,.e, fused, to line UP, delaying the - Start OLYMPIC STADIUM,. LOS AN- dinals said here today , Sidney Weil. ,Tilden Holds Own. Davis cup, player eee2. Beds: wants "Howeeerethat angleof the on University of Georgia, announced to- -7 nearly ten minutes. When the live did OELES. Sept.' . 24' eelee-Supplenting president of the Cincinnati net nas not been discussed." , ' '' night that the Georgia-Variderbilt foot- BERLIN, Sept 24 (,,r).--EM Tilden win the singles ,-thampionahlp - of tb- , get away, Equipoise Was last and last speed for lack of power, the Univer- Jim Bottomlete veteran' Cardirral f the Can:limn he rayed tbeoughout the journey. sity et Southern Csalloreds tootbsil boaernatt. to MIIIIWNP the Reda In 1933. Botta:del. FA20 icalmed ---- . , ball game.- ogiginaity sebeduled tor Atli- rerrialtied in sunning for the champion- Pacific southwest tennis tournament. , See rage Twenty-eighle , , , ,.. , , - e . .", , , . . , ., , , A. . . ' ... ' , . A , ,e , .. , ' . . ' . A ' " . . A ' k ,, : , ,,. t ' ' ..: . . 3 ' , , . . ., . . , . . , , , t t. -A - . . .. ... . - . , . . . , . . , ., , i , , . - . . . ,... ; , , . ,: .. , . I I TO SEE C , E. , , , . ,... . ... . , . , .. , , , ,,,., 6- Maryland 63-Washington Col. t t . . , . , .- .; - ,t.. , Gill and Newsorae-, With .444, . nly ulars Hitting Better,,, - Reg , Than , - 3 0 0 Martin Will Present Sporting News , Cup, to McDonald. , - - - .., , - A Ile d Chapter in Chattanooga's , Where They Play Today. - 't Beaumont at CHATTANOOGA. ' ' , . . - NATIONAL 'LEAGUE. . ................, ' Standing ot the Clubs. Chicago , , . ' , . . Won Lost Pct. 90 , 63 .588 : Pittsbnrgh . 85 67 .559, ,,, . ries baseball history win be Brooklyn s... .... .... 81 72 . .529 , . Vbsis se Written at Engel stadium today, with Philadelphia 77 75 .507 :: b '--- ',,, ". &,..., .1 . ,-.; , ,,..,. -....,,..-,:, ---,-1, 7. .. ..,,,,, ,, ,,:,,,,,..,--, ,. ,., . ,,,,,,i, - ,. ,:::..,:.. ., ,, ,,, .. . ,...., , ..,' . ..... . ,,,,i..,i,,---,$).!....... i.i.t7:::.....,:.4,. . .4,;,-,,...,,, , ,, -1' ' 0,,,,,,,,..:; .4,1 e -,,,,,,,:s:,,,,... 0.-iii ,,-f- -:;..i',,;,: s' ' ''7:.:;::.:-.t.:-;:71'.: .4. 6, .-....;.1-,,..,,,, J., . $( ,:11'1 ., . ,, ,, .... ,, ' ;4-4.:. 1'',.;iiiiti!!:: ,-,, -, r , -;:,,- ' mk' ' ' Its:::i .:,-,i.:!.-':'t: ' :, :. ) , .,;..OPA.:,,,, '-'-'' .''',, ,,e-,,,:- -, '.'41;-..14iiet-. A , -, , , 0 .'',-,-?:- i',i, , 8 t,-;:,,,.'' ( p- , 4so:, 11 ..,,:.,, , . , .: . cryt.. ,, ......., . A,,,i,,---::,- . :7nent-,,s.---'1: n ...:'I',;-,:,,, -,--ni,-4':',:--- - ,--:,,,.-,-:-:,,,,,,,,,,- . ,-: ::::4-,:,-- - x,i,':, n ,-- f.:, . S Q -a , 1 , G.,Waseington 111.Wash. di Lee 0 O , , Jonesboro 18 . . .. .s...lambetb irt - Kentucky 23...Virginis Military I . , Feathers and Robinson Score Langley Field 14.. ... . . Guilford 0 TouchdownsPrice Price Makes Marshall 66 Lotikorille II Mime 49..Hattiesburg Teethes. 0 Longest Run of Game, 28 , i , , , YardsHalbach, White q:71!,' . -..4 N. C. State 138 .Iniuslachs. State 4 and Merritt Shine. -i 1, , .,,, ,,,,,,,,. , , South Carollone coasewane: I ..... , 7,,,,, ,-.7.- , Tennessee IftS..,...S,is -s-s.44' . Texas Chile 3..Loutalana State II , . ','w-:,,-..., .,'",',-, 1 , . 0 ,,- ,...:..,;,,,.,..f.o. ,,,,,g,k, : , Vartederbilt 20 , s - ,... Merees 7 TILE STATISTICS. :- ........ :I , C:) v.?. Vi Inia 22.. Hampden-Sydney post downs ,... te 4 t ; t Indle1110111 that a much larger crowd Baton st, tbpe fell 76 77 .497 ': soss,ws..s.s .- .,s.. "A n Will Witness the writing than that which st. Louts . 1 1 8 1 . 467 '.-e ss:. "SA, .e.,.. s ..Se'SS'S'S'S.-;:.':::.1 ;. s,.. '..., s e i S' Is- sts.,..--.-SAWS:44,,,ss, .e., .. , : Pl 32 7 Yards ganed ushin saw the Atss...--- -..s ,,,. , . , ,k. ....., ,,,, , ss, Virginia oy ......Róanoke i rg Yards loot rushing NI MI i 10 1't ; thrilling struggle eteen the bw r ' . .....,' X. .. .47, . 410 ;:Ki.,;t '.:, . '.. . '4,. i i bf,,,,6 af . ... 04.! ..4' . . C3 7. . Iiiew York .......... 71 81 .467 ,isosseassaSsess-4sO4s4:4;:sst'ss; ":"."'' ';-- s.S",,,,4-4144,..SSs131.-::-1,?9 ),, "s: 1 si Wake Forest II-North Carolina Net rain rushint 119 Se ' , i - Yards on passes . 30 ' 10 . ' ' Lookouts and the Exporters Friday. Cincinnati ., 1 , s . - "ss: -s o sissstss-s-Ss- s4 ,.4:S"--..:" ---',..s.ss.:ss.. ,- so sssss.' s. ''' W. KY. rerntber g 38 -111w.11101 . Yard retu unts s rning p1 000d seats for all who come have 59 94 .386 ''.' '' s: -'. -..ssssig; ---.3.-.STer'es. s' - s s4.,. , ss, --ss..ss-stsbes .-.:Ss ;:,... . -yews,. Philadelphia at Nat Chicago. York (two) ....s....s- , -, : ,:s rl. ,,,'', ,, 4, m;,k '445, , ''. r 1.' ', S-. . .'. 9',g... ... ' ' '''rA Wm.-Mary Yards returning kick-offs I St , 1 ,,,mo..1 t.0.4., .,,, .. , . .4,,, ..4.41:. ay; ...: ., .4.,. ,...,..4.1,,,,,4,V:42S.. 7. :::. ' , :,f,. ,,. :...1..... . .,:: :.!.t..,,..e..', r...:..f ...,'' ..:::' ..t,:i.".., ...::.4.:,4.?.i:::':. ....,r,:: ,::.': ,,,.., ....: '. ,:, , .',,.-,..'''-::, ,.,;': ,:: ,.,,,. . ::.,,'..Z,O.,,: .7,.L,'' .i::,' L'',...:.:V'. -;'::.,, '..'.'S .:'''..3. ',.';',:'-' V,..-;;Z ...):'.:' :;:,,''''' '. ..Z::..P ' ' .-ry 2 Randoph-Maon 13 7..le been provided, however, Chattanooga , 4?"! . -7';-;.-, ,;S),,,T-",'n-,':,'tf:fi.;,,:',,n"'rqnt4:.tp, r,...,,,.,,.,,,,,---,-4,,y,c,..,7.:t,,-....,,t-,tr,::, .e"..-7:-,.--,--;-.4r,,1- :.,:::,,,:,,,:,.,;1,::;,,,,x.::,,,,?:, .,',. ,. .., ,,,, , ,,,,"...:. i. ..: ' ,, , ', ' . . .:, ' 4k: , ,:'''' ,.,'.. Net grand total yards 134 III ',1 t Baseball Club officials emphasized last Yesterday's Results. --''-';-4se.,.'.'i:":;" 'S.4"s4-ts.:Xffs----'Sr ss'.'s -,4;1VS.'''''4r' .s.SX5'S. ".-Se'ss ss-SS-s.ssts-S"?'. ,.s.S's.ssss . ...s.:st s-s"s"..sss:S., S,,,sS' -L., ss 's, ', s.''',.",ss's Southwest. 'Paxson attomPtod 1 , night. No one need stay away from Pitttburgh, 7: St. Louis, 4. SSIsfss.,Ss's,fs'sse7",,S,Issses,'',,:e:::,",-,,.;","S: 'S.S.'1,-"S'ss::s,-,140:":-SSSS.SS,-;',....S.''''',..-S:-S.s..--',...: '. :' ':-t;SSAS----:'-:',",-,:sSss''"-S.,--s:',,;:ssss's-4...SS--:S!,-,s,s4,;,,'".;;S.4s-SSisIss--S,,,..sssesssesssSS.'es.,:"...ssessssse...s .s.e :ess's,,,,,,,,,ss. Arkansam Passes romplr ted 0 r Zr 1 tedium through fear of not get- Chicago, 8; Cincinnati, 6. Se I , - ...Hendrix 0 Pali loot on intercepted passe , ' I ' ,;',,;,,?,--,,, '; '-'. -::',',-i,,'-x -,,,, ,,,,,.-1,'-',.:,.''' ''.7,-,.:-',',.'-,.,:,: ',',,3 4ee',:,g,',, '''''':',::;,, , ,,:?,.,k.,V..ii,w-.:?6;; ,: . :,ii:V,,,e,,,-. ,,,--- -,:n:::-,,'M ,,' ' :,.; ,,:., .,..: .... .,., ::, , ,-ii, sesss,44..ss.,- .. : :-.. :,. ss,,sses .::-,,,..-4S:s: s. sss.s.s, s-s-sss...s ,. e- , :, Centenary 41. . .. Henderson Fillaitlii Lanett on rdunnIniettil a t i ' ting a good slant on the fourth game Brooklyn, 3; Boston, 2. 1 ' : ''$.4-,4ass'-,'-'4:1''''',".'S':-SS'sso,.-4-':'-';"'S's's,.."'-'ss:----,:'-ii,''ss.":--:':-''''sp,':''.-4,--ss's:::.s.sss"-s--:;:ss.......szi'ss.'sSs'ss.,:,'"-.s.''...:. '''.:. Z '' ,':': ,I ' 4,.. "'' ''''' 'Lt.fk''':',:',.::'..,',. ,r..,... 'i.'''''.': i'...'''','.,,':,','''' :',' ,'!'.., ,,, .,, :, , i ' 4.,r'' ,: , : , ,. ,.. : , .... 1.. , k. , , ' ,'; , ...',:. "':, , .,',' ::' ''''''...'' ''''',',. '.., r. ' X'L ,i :, :',: .:,...'.. '...,..'., ,,:. ,.,,, ,..4$ :.,);,,,,,,i1:45,3f.:,,,K,i..,:.,;,.....,4 ,,,., ....,,. ,, ,..:., .....,,:.;,:,,,,,:,:,,,.,.......,,,,...,,.,,..,..,,,,,,:,.,,,,,,,,:,:.....,,,: . ,.: ?,,,,,,, ,: ,,,,, 11 13 1 i. t , in the C106e1l contested fight for the New York, 8-5; Philadelphia, 4-4. -s- ---SS4ss-' ; ,:' S's-ss's;"sss'S'Sssss2.s."'sssxs'.:'-tse.,s'q'k,;:ks14sssss's:Sssss.ssstStseSsS':;.',,ss.,4'.:.;;ss;ssst,resss,',,s.-Sssss'sVcsVStssss:USSSSS'Ss::s.'sss'SS-S:::'.''S .s:s,' -Is's ,..1,--N,SSssisssss:st sse, North Texas ...Southern Meth. 44711,4 on nunt$ . 441 434 1 ' , - -.',L , ' .. ' :l', , ,,,,''''-'"..'', ,7,,t'' ,,,,, -.'-',,-,.,':'-':-..,.i,.,i,,,.:?:,,:F:0::',Wri,',:-.: ''',,:.:::::::,'X'.3,,A.04:ft,: , -N: --.:. 5'.,,,,q.A,:kk, -,:,-:,:,:,':;.','x, s.3:::M:,.'-' l'k,.'',-,?&,!,':e:,,,W;i!,':,:,:4::,--i;,::5,,!:ikv:::s,i,:,', -..-,' '',n, '',-,Z ,'-',.'. '',,,c ,''',4'''"'x':.;,,s.-,i, 0; Rice 20 so Ss I - Texas A. and I I Average rards. punts ' CharripiOnShip of the smith. Seats have secOnd game ten innings. , C4,,,,,6,-.:,,",,t,i 2 't;,:t.',iie ';ii.oko;a0Maigit ',',:;.:0.S.,,a4KV.1;kfe.!-",M0:0; .L.,fe,'4,:,-.X.e..: n ..,, ',..,. - ii;;,4A,k,,,,.,,,,,4,,,,,,,zak,,ti,g(4,10W,,,..k141x,,,,-,,,w-, , ,:,...b.,,4 .',$,,,::z4,,...' ...,-, , , ,,,,,,,,s,,,,,,,-k. ,.- , - ,-, ,,,,, s',,, ,- r a A Ponalpes atainst t vandal 41 10 been provided for 22,000 and a total of Texas 26 Daniel Realer s 4osrom hos ot scrimmage. , ..- . only 20,814 have seen the three games - Here is the pile-up, or t fourth down as Chattanooga- halted Tennessee's fourth-quarter drive just a foot short of the goal. Almo,st the entire Moccasin . . ' played thee far in the series. Where They Play Today. . S' president John D. Martin, of the Pittsburgh at St. Louis (two). ) line sized up the play and drove into the spot where Middleton attempted to dross. That 24 On the white jersey is on the back of Andy Nardo, fighting guard. Lou Ellis and Maurice Monroe are leaping in at the right. A Vol lineman, wearing the Striped helmet, has been tossed under to help block his own play. Texas A. and M. 7-Texas Tech The threatening rhallenge of Scrappy Tex. A.-M., Res. 0.Stem (Tee.) 0 moore,a lighting moccasins was flung .. far and wide over the southland yeaters Southern Association of Baseball Clubs, Cincinnati ----- -----:-. - :s --- s East. day to the gridiron machines 'which 4 -will join Alvin D. Gardner, Texas Boston at Brooklyn . r s , - Albright 28.....sWeatchtster T. 2 ,C league president, at the game today. e. 'n ' - would halt their reign in the Dixie t , i May lesser lighta of baseball, including FEATHERS RIPS OFF FOURTEEN YARDS AROUND LEFT . END . Alfred 6 Amherst 13 Delianee . conference and S. I. A. A. CMOS, . Maj. Neylencrs h i g h 1 y heralded , . .: , 4 ' major league scouts, will be on hand AMERICAN- LEAGUE. Baltimore 13 Shenandoah ilt orenge-jeraeyed Vole from ICtioxville, ' , ; , for the dull. . 4 Tbe b height l 4 Beaumont and Chattanooga Bates 12 Arnold rated among the topmat favorite, in , i Immommimoi, . II Colgate 41 St. Lawrence s the S. I. C. rare, earned a clean-cue 1 ' payers will share in the gate receipts , Standing of the Clubs. I ., - . ,-,,K' - ,. , syssr4s-ssiretls'S ,',,,tkm0,,m,,,:,,,,,,..,,..,....,., ,,;mii4wwF,z,:.,-,::--,trsim.4,,,r,j6.':rx,.,,7,'',,i.., -,:;,,,:-77.. .,., 4., i -,,-.. -.,..,. -,. :,.--,..., A': -.-- - -,:gAt..1,111 ., . , 17,,,, 4 13-U4-0 victory over the Chattanongaria.:. .i , 1 today for the last time, the Dixie se- - .;s:-..-4,4,s,-,,Si.44-..sss....s...s,s4s,..s...:s.s.sss -..4ss-sAss.ss-Sso..S:-.-s-"SsrssSiSseissvss-s-s-''ss.S.S.- -'4'," S.,---s-sss sss'Stf..,,,, 'i44.-' - ' .1.Isili .''';:, -s-s"'''' 's-itsiliss,Ass4-14f6'' . '''''"''';'''''';;;::;-I''' . ';'' ' 7 it ...,.,sssssts.ss.s.,tw..,,,, SSs'SsSss.,s-s..,Ssf.ssSssrSS:-S.S.,.s;-s::ss.s'-k.'..-ses,.':'Sssss4s.,:s..swsssss,4S.43Ssssa: Columbia 51 Middlebury II sha r ries ruiea providing that the partici- Won Lost Pct But when the Tenneasee eleven. whiCh .: ' s pants ll not have a share in the re- New York .. ss-i,s4-s,..ss.: As, ssseSst:.,s......s.4...S.44.sse-S.essessisstl.s:ssiSesS-Sssm4sw-s--....,'S..S.--,,,,..Ss-ssssis, isss. ,..... -,.... Assfse4;,-, .,-:0,Ess 107 48 .699 e.,...,ssessessseSss,,::...is .. se..s.".-s,S0-:::,..sesgss-, s.ss.,--sess ..rss. s . ' ,,A, .,,i0;t:,,,-;.'t,,St .... .. , ,::- Ill'r4, '' 14409,4041&,.., ;.:';',.,,, 7 ,,,,,-J- ,:,,l.:" ,l4,1 1 . , ;44,,,,,,,.. 2. : w.'::,,T A ..'''''rwlvP-t"Ni.406: . k -7fr -1,Ae o - ssos441 Cornell 72 Dartmouth 3 Buffalo 0 brilliant B Norwich 0 boat4ts eattie Feathers behind ' ceipts after the fourth game. Of the Philsdelphia ... - ss-ss-stsrs:4-,.--:---s", sss'rs,ss-ssssssssssssssse,s. 4, fses.,s4.ssms.-::44 .4.-ssessess...sss, , , SI4s.s.,...,,... ss, .s, ss . 94 59 614 kss-4:::.?,,Sis.--stiSs,''''-'.'ss"..S-SksesS'.1:'",--',..s' ' Se. - :1'.'I -:'-'Y'.-s..-:sess,--s-ss-s, -, s......s.....s,,HSS : '-ssstssss':'-s;ssitss:,:ts',.sss ,,,.,.."-' sss: : ..S.,..4,s,Ss..Iss ''ssiesS - - c.. -4,-.SivriArSV's,s1SUSSM4s4::'4"trs"-I'S,.. s.-4-"1"S5'"4.1 a line in which there are four men , , $30,700,57 realized in the games t dt , Drexel 13 Lehigh 13 over 200 pounds. got their chance to ; 1 Washington ... 92 ' 61. .601 ..s,s.,,,,,s..,s,:ss,,s0.4,.,,,..stss..,. . ssassesses,,,Ms...-Vs -:,.,,,,,,ssisss-Asss.s -s-s. set-ssorers. Is ze.,sX..: , s :,:. ..ss.s".s..- t'S sos.:4ess.. ..s.,:.,stsseissess-s'ss,s.-- ' - ' 4--Stss-,S-4 ss's s ..--.... ..ess. .4 the players' cut has been $14 o ae .736.27. -sssliVe-':',- s. s ..s: --4,-ssn -Xs: ,s,..s- .::.: .:::: ,' -ss's'ssos,,-.4.s.- ..s.ss-- ss..-,..s ,...s .. .., -, s, soststs 4.. essss..,, s,,,,, :-.ii, v.,..24,,,,A...21-, Franklin-Marshall 23...Moravian 7 rol l up th e score the Moccasin rose s to . Chattanooga's reputation as a good Cleveland .. 86 65 .570 siss:s...Slitr,:44i7-;S::-,S,,,s4';".S.S.ssIss S.ssisss..4. . ,::stitss4,,s'S-.. .-S-ssssiSs:::,:.,,,,S.;.: ...s S.:Ns:SS-V.:1,s. .....ss ' '-,-..,,sits-4",sgsr.,..;::-."..--'s",z:,.4 :.:S....!-S,..-Seszs-ss..1;44.,.,LH'Ss , ss--.. s.s.s..,.....e. ts ,, 40. s.ts s .--sss...,s.s:: .s.-ss-s," ,-S.,... .- :es: s.s,i,.,...essts.,Jssssests,,,,,:. ,s; :Sass .:Ss4,-,: ,s4,s.s.,44..i.. .. :.4,4.0....,,,.,, isekcs,. ss,,,,,,. ,i,,.. . ,, 4,.s., .,:: :. sr ,,,,, ors s.,. .. . sit ,::. Grove City 13 Glenville 0 . one of th e dissietit s they er ve , 1 ; town for Sunday baseball is the basis Detr6it 75 75 .500 t..'s . - kse es, . ., , . .:-' s -4- ,.'s----s-::.-:.,.,,,,. ., .-A., -, -s ssos - )4,nik....tr --,,- - - , for the belief the crowd today will far - mck , kP : , , 351140111L. s, ts.,;,s,, ..-,., 3e. le, ,- it,u,,,,:-0,-s f . . o-F--.1. 4WrIE-7-:!4,, a ,,tz,--..:. ::,,-,-:::i::,::::,,A?:,,c4;... ...'s04,, 7'.;,-:;,-,... 1,- - , t 4 .. ,,,- - .: ' :,.- -jo, 1 St. Louis 412 ; '' - Sts,,s-ssses:444S...s..-S4sssz... ss,..SS.SSS.S.s. e,S-'"ssti. S'S,S4...ss.S.S.: Ss::'4'ss ' .,:S".-.. ' ,-...,,S-.S. tes-s-s,...re . ' .. ss-s sk..- Ss -:- ' -'-',4, s ' ';'' rsti.'se,:s.. Holy Cross 13-New Rives State II reached on Chamberlain field. surpass that of 6,831 which turned out . 63 9 Zst4,4:sss-ssss"4sSssl.s.SSss Is ..:: stsssiSSiss .st sse,.,.,,..stes44,- .... . ..... . , , :. , ,,.. ,....,,,, , ; -If ..,..,, ,..ftw. e.,..,,... ....::.,. ... .stss W.,' fourth down the center of the local wall i , Friday and will materially boost the Chicago . 49 101 .327 ,s,s.ssfesS:ss,,,::.:-.s4t-sist Ss.:'.-.44,s-iSssIS, f", ..,;'''': k440,,. :;, ,,kvl ':'' ' :' ' . - . ific,,: . ':'!,seSz's ss issis. fss-;s:.;::.-e...se s. -- ' '' - :: .' - SS; ' Massachusetts S. 50-Cooper U. s- e ssissits' " mains 12 . Rhode Nand 0 With the ball at the 1-yard line On i- s. . else of coin to be passed out to the Boston s-,., . .. - -,,..es-ss -, stssee-....-, ".,:s-,:',. 5s:es -,-44.. e ; . ,s,:,:,..,.eitsfiti4r .,.;'-,05: :. - ' - Itio,:;:,:' :1 I :': ": ' .,,,,."' - ;,.' -. t,4-; ,- : -,- -, , 4 ,.'.,:l was stirred to the pitch of fury and, de- ,- athletes. - 44- s.' rss-'.4stAss.s. t'S'Ss4..s.s.:---s.., : st'S s :. :sts,:e4.4.4"2''''st;,S ,,,,S '' ' '' s ..''' s ----'....-.4 - , ... :! as:::; s 4.''''' - -40-:-.:ss ' '--' s - . : i spite e lots , . e - The two clubs hilve received $9,824.19 'T ' '''''''':;''''4"31W : ' '''',';'4;e4- ..'::'-. )1, ',:,0,,,17,7-,:-,,,,. , ,:,,,Wz.,,,,..-..,,:-.1.!!4..-.,: ,- , 12 : - :;:,,::,:-::, -., .,: :,:-:F.---::;;,.. , -,,,,, . . '' -1 ' LaSalle from the gate in the three games and Yesterday's Results. ' .,,,t-'s -' ' "I.:'ASSSS'ssiSaisfts.' - '..s'sr.' s,',..Ss: ,Ss.sess ...,, '' 4s..z.i.S.S.Sts.-S-SSOss ' sissS.s.sS - Stss. -.. .:,, :.:, .i ,:,,,.. s :,,tti,i..s.s. . s S s -- les,. SisSiSt-"s Usss.SS-..4.s-s.-4-.S,,- -: Sts's - s s srspss:" : - ,,... .. , .; up that hole to take the bell on downs i It the point as 3,636 fana looked on in - the Texas and Southern leagues have Chicago, 8; Cleveland, 7. '' ss.'' PMPirott:tvS14dt7e.n7es"6 ll -Obi, NRorutthitereran : th of Art Koeninger bottld - ' --- s . ' ''' St. Bonaventure 8...Manhattan 8 1' ' ''sss ; .....4.4sis .';',S,S34S.Ss-sr:ss. s: ,,,,,,,,,,... ....,,,.:,,,. ,,,, , ,,,,...... ,:.-:.,.:.'.:E.,.-:::-:,...,.. .-: Aop amazement. . t . s cut in for 146,140.11. . Washington, 8: Philadelp hia, 7. rts, .,'..se ,' ' -e ..,,Sissik.-S4s.siss..., ss r . , ' Ss.:.S4-07:S-.., s-Ss",s4'.. - ss.s.,.' .., sess,...ss.,Sisss.s. - :,-S s , 's.,fsks'sszs,',. 1 ,..., St s ' : (V incent 31 Wetinghouse 0 ....s - - , Inspired by the play of Quarterbc aic I John D. Martin will present the -S,.--.'''' s Sporting News trophy for winning the New York, 8: Boston, 2. . :'441' : -lit .,':. . 4 "!: .... i:.:' ::,:.,:.'!;i'lt ir...:."0' ',5.,K.,::. , .; national announcers, contest before the "Detroit, 1-4: St. Louis, . , .4:';'::;',''.:.:',.'ss's.S.:,-:;:.!:.;-, : 41!-?:;'-:'.:ii'''.!:.,4014.. lb' . tkr . Selon4Hall 18.E. Stroudsburg T. Veteren Vic Halbach. All-American 0-8 ; ,. .. Eae White and Smyrs i lame today. McDonald finished far e V . 0 l h Mi t 7 , 4i' Syracuse 13.... ..... ...Clarkson-6 Mehtion nd Chrli - soks :: .- - ..,r,,,,, -..,,, .4.,..,, ,s...-4,,,, ,,,, . ,., . ,....,-; ., . ? - ,,v,4,ii,,,,,,,. ,,L,,,, , ,...,;,,,,,r,,!,,,,,g,,,s..,,t,,... ..,.,.....;,,,, .44 .,,,,,4 -,,,,,,,..,,,,:,,, 0,,,,,, .,,,,, , Thiel 19 mania Harvey 0 nag giant male, Dudley Merritt. Inn who played throughout the dra ahem( of hts rivals in the battle in Ten innings. '44. 'Ss t.:4-";;O:stkeS, "sss ...... .--.,Sstassessse., ,:..,,sesasesss..,..sss . , ..Slits..,:','"'Sk"Ss.ssiSst,S44 Ass:, ''', Ssf:;:.'''sis le ' , First same ten innings. Second , 's ''...' As ,:ti,,H.,;,., . e, Alizi,..,.. J,.:u.,,i,.0.1,4,44,0- ,4,.,4,,,,-.,.,:, ,..,.:.....:..:,,,......,....--,.:.:- II .,,, ' .,'?::;:.7:, iltl' Vermont St. caes . which many famed broadcasters took s - :- t :;.' ,'.r1::8:k:1 - s matic duel, the Moccasins Moved off ss ''.' '4;4:Se Cats INgili.iiW:. ' se.r.--s2s,:s,S4s.:..... s......,.... iiesA.St- - '' -2' f's nova 26 Il nil nu 2 part game eleven innings. ''',4,-- '',:.':'-'4';;:::::-.-i,:s':S ' " -6-I.S ,'S'S'Os- s . -sss,,, s,.::::::::::::: .ss." -ss" 'tt-', . . -. :,sts,,.., s : s ., s the Vol threats most of the way ,b Fanwere y ; s shown a dash of the fast- ss.- Wesleyan 20 IN'iliningtmi preventing them from passing the mid- ---... - ss :,,,s; s it, 44 ssessss s4 .. 174.s..'s seises' - s. e i ball pitching common in the Teal s Where They Play Today. , . ''s:;,,,isis' '4'5,i'.'" '''' ,u WeMminster 14...Slippery Rock 0 way mark of the field. Although only league by Schoolboy Rowe. Sandy Her- st s , s i St. Louis at Detroit. 4. 4.. ..q- -,-,,;,..: ,,:-.:?...::,.. ;.-,.....,:, ,...- -:.,,. :::::::,i,:, -,,,i.,,,;, --, William. 6 Roehester I twice did the Mooremen invade Tens ring, who will most likely oppose old S. . sssar .st 4. 'so" - .' ':.:' -,,:::::,'es.,::::-: ess Ss.:st-, Clyde Barfoot. also throwa a high. hard Chicago at Cleveland (two). . 's , ,s,' - s .- - .4et ss .,4 -- .. s .. ::..iss,::,,s4,, - s St0,4: Middle West. nemee's stoma in. . 'It , . ,, , ,, , I St.- Chattanooga Matehes i one not often seen in the Southern. New York at Boston. , , Chattanooga fans were swept off their Phil adelphia at Washington. ,. . ss SO . .-:-.., '': -, :s: 4 , : - --s-s. .-. , . ss,,,:s., Akron 7 Ohio S. Relt"Ven 0 tole Moves in Third. ' -." feet by Rowe's steam and have an- . SS,:s'::::Ssesiess,,, .s..,. . .. , ,... - ..s.,. ,,...s. - other treat in store when the diminu- - . .. - :-;,S s,:.:::.., ' -11Ct s' ''''' :- Z Augustine 14 .. Cornell 9 ' The two markers came in the first tive Herring takes the mound. . PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE. . -.,' . a .. , .. .. Pitchers have hogged the limelight ,' ' ' ,b- Carleto 4 . .. 4f,,Is,;: s.:,;;ii,:io, I- Baldwin Val. 24.1lowling Green I hbeafb, ter peleetahr tobyth: gposailrpo:ft htedbe n 34 .... Stevens Pt. Nor. el I kind of punts which Beattie Feathers are pointing out that it i high time .... thus far, but many driigstore experts Standin , g of the Clubs. . s .-, .-,s, ... ' " sss s ..d Chicago 41 Monmouth 0 the Moccasins matched their every Case 32 Hiram 0 noted for. Then in the third period s ' ' . ' ''. .''.'s''' s7 . la the hatters were breaking loose with , Won Lost Pct. re ,.. 0,6: , , . .. . . . , some slugging. Of the Lookouts, Gill Portland 103 76 .575 . :,::-, e- .. Cincinnati 51 ..... . yeerd th kotoo is the only r ny ha eollecte regular batting over .300 Hollywood 101 79 .561 . .s . 3 H i emlne 6 Hanover 0 omoomvee of antdbetinr litvhees t yftitub tbtt bo rthepla St. Cloud 2 1 . 99 86 .522 '. . ..i., .. the wall. for the set. Johns 4d four Sacramento 9,cr ,e,,, III. Wesleyan 7 .. . . Sou thern IlL 0 The first touchdown came right after hits out of nine trips to the plate. for San Francisco 92 91 8885 ;255090 ...,,i s . an average of .444, and the bleachers Los Angeles -e 88 88 .500 - . :.-.J'''' . ... b ,,,,, III. State 2 . Illinois Military A to ttheMe Te occbabme sienseha3d2.ypeursdhenbedt, ed b hoetidrwa In right field are built right down his Seattle . Iowa State 21 .Simplion 0 batting alley. Newsome. shortstop, has 78 100 .438 . -4,- s - - 444 twenty yards gained by penalties. After Oakland . 6 112 .374 , rio , ., 0 ,... .. ,,,,. I turned out to be the best )3eaumont Missions 7 6 s Luther 7 Coe 8 sfet mn s head th b .. 4s5r . . . .,. swa Teachers 7.Columblvial:hIgi;si 0. banndexdcohwanngeb000ftepdtinotsb,elrebaitohberebyeenr etebeo the same clip as iill Yeterday s Result s Kansas State 26 batter in the series. hitting exaOtly at , i ' , S- s G. s's. ;:;-,it ''-' . s Assiftess- !gssZ? .. -s .s. -C. uer ay ow', e all traveling 1 , 4 s' seventy-four yards from the line of Those who . ss- The Lookouts can take a command- Sacramento. 3: Missions, 2. st: 4iii:k1" 41ri:';'''' ss Marquette 25 Lawrence 0 ss,s, . ,, scrimmage and over the goal line. Mori. saw . ; ing lead in the game today. T 4... ''''r".-4''A-."-- -4- k, -, ' ,..,,,,,,,,,,i 1 Michigan State e3 Alma 0 roe punted back to Tennemee's 46-yord , I the ethushing Shipper in their AMERICAN ASSOCIATION s . - . ir :.,77- , , -.44,0.-k'"eV,40, ,-,..., , .. ,,, , . ,t, , -''' 10 -:., - . M -s.,..- .1. , ,,, , ... tilx,A1,;riraA.,,,,,,, . . ,,,, ro,t,:Trtot,r,,,,is . .4. N;iitzrXkitNit,,, ' ... J,:4, - ilt ' 1 ,-., , .NO''.. , R. flaming red uniforms Friday know - sss-Srst: 441 .. - st- ssrly.'L, "')4144.1i402trstOP'Alt :''' --s. '''.'tliri 41'4.00.' --,'''''r'....;:.'-',,,.,, -.":A-:,,,,:),,,,,,, ,,,,,,:f.,..-04.,. ,',i,!.:iii: .. - - : ii,,,,L. mr., LI felTrn's:tradrtblgrrb! hat a battle i i ws in store thi afternoon s . sis 4: st - '' ''7,.C;i ,,? .4, 4-A..... -14','t.-.4-- , ---,,,,,i,'043-41:fr.., - ,-,-,:--:',?Ww,-t,-'?::-:-:',-!-z!-::,i.;'-',',-,,,,,:':-,,,,;...,,,;,4,.-.---,, -:- ,,:. -.. -- -,,,,:-.4,'...",....,,, --. - , Morningaide 32.. Western Union 0 Bemidj i d ohrhieve wfi hh idch Fir:err:he:h bins ft abor O t pees from Pug Vaughn :, 1 Standing of the Clubs. 'I''''''"!--''S4-4--i e;"'.'':';',741'F'7'; i's,t4! Northland 6 ''' ''''''''''' -k-s--', s ',:sts.ss ' SIS,,10 ----ss- "--44-..-s-4's"--. ''''',41-4":'-irOt4.4". '4USS, :''''''''srIsssrSS--ss-sts-S,S4s-sssistatt.sleststssssst-s-s,.sss.s.s...s.,, . isss-ss. ... Ohio Unit 19 Rio Grande a nd skirting to the right' side of, the I 1 LOOKOUTS AND SHIP;)ERS , Won Lost Pct. 100 86 .602 rd quer Ohio WesleYan 20..Wilmington 0 field tor a touchdown. Wynn then ahot ; , Minneapolis the extra point through the bars by : , ter to gain tourteen Okla. Mill. 14...N. E. Okla. T. 0 . GUESTs Or IT.A TrATITIVIT, CnItimbus ...f...6 88 75 .540 .... The above picture of Beattie Feathers wm-snapped as the Vol ace tore around left end with a burst, of speed in the thi . . st ..... ass..., ....... rrs..1u--- TT ,......,01 VC,. 1,10 ....AI tift."4,,,. 1111,,,,,,,,,., 10,,k 1,7 1,,mhil.,1 imArvi 1...1".olefrv, Dritsas la hAarincir firviurt frnim . -- , . - - . , - - . . . ,.. . . , , , .. , . ... i ,..., . ,. . , , , . - ..'' . - i . ''' v . . . . . , , . , . . , . - ,.. , . ,.. , , . ..., - , , I r ' . .1 . 1 de, . , .. '' - -., SPORTS ,..:,.- ....,- . .... -, , .. 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Henderson I . . . , . . .- -...y.1.4.-,41..-i .4 - Won Lost Pct. efl. - It.,..A,-. ,,,,..-, ?Gee- Centre' 7 Murray Teat-hem I CHATTANOOGA ..... 2 1 .667 ' if ,..':4- c . . , Erskine I , S Beaumont 1 ' 2 .333 ' .0 PRESIDENTS OF LEAGUE , , -...-- J. 4".- -11 V;it(1'.. vt -:,..i.-:i11...1 -.,,7,74-;.;',: -; - s-, . ''''' -'-':''': tk ,S,'!'!.7; '4',,, - :$1',: '' e::, Mu atkdk 19 ra.1.- 1111 , . V.laaa..ma A INVADE WIL IFRRITCIRY . 1 , I 1 , 11 11 W1 Et Ostr ' ?.4111V2, t -41& n?"14 Ae"kt. II I 11,11C oP

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