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rnVRTEES THE LINCOLN STAR-FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 27,1931. Pitt*s Panthers Run Wild Against Nebraska Huskers Bowled Over JOSIES BATTLE By Sutherland Tribe Red and Rlack Balked In Eastern Invasion si eir' ________________ I RT JOSEPH. Mo , Nov 27 Thrrp UY \fiiTfiV A FimfMAN InchM. .seemingly a small distance H> MILION A. MMIMAIN. ^ ^ people, proved big enough PITTSRLRGH. Nov. 27 — (AP) — ThanksRivmg day « I to be the margin which cost Lin- mo.^t important intor.Brctional football jyame was liirnod into eoin high, defending Trans-Misa rout ht'ro yoMtorday whrn tho powerful University of .souri conference champion, a wm i’itt.sburvh machine .swamped the University of Nebraska, j^m st Jo.seph Cen^i here 40 to 0. I,.'fore 2:!,n00 Kppctator.i to enhance its claim to the Giulia'*„ a* c'l- tern title Lincoln into a tie with Tech for the ■■ The liiK^ix champions folded up like a t.mt hefore the contcrc.wc^^p.mpio.m,p^ Panthers’ aerial offensive and line plunginff. Only once aia Thursday morning, and by game the fornhuskcrs, threaten to score and that was in the u™ m. second ¡icriod when they advanced the o\ai oi .\arns to i iit a puddles as deep as four inches /i-vard strine throuirh a aeries of forward passes. The on the field and the entire playing threat was null through .Nebraska’s mistake of trying another forward pass which Tormey, playing in the place of Lincoln staged the opening of- DauKhorty at center, for Pitt intercepted and ran 2:! yards the tiru period before he was tackled. panthers Rip Line. The strong Nebraska line did not cUrk as the |>ony express Panther batkflcld went through gaping holes made for them by their own „rimm.i»- «utn forward wall, impregnable except „tnM fr*m ..nmniat for one occasion during the conte.st. vs«, loft from «rnmmsKr Warren Heller, left halfback, and n >» yd* fr*m «rimmsf one of the east’s leading scorers, »••••' •«••■"». p »»''! Michael STRANGE AS IT SEEMS— By John Hix Panther vs, Husker, tallied four touchdowns Reba.stian. playing at right half bark for Paul Reider. who suffered a broken bone In his left shoulder when tackled hard In the Inttla] period, set the stage for .some of Heller’s markers with several sensational sprints, Nebraska was unable to match the speed of the fast flying Sebastian, who also flipped forward passes that netted long gains. Hugh Rhea, Nebraska’s all- America tackle, saw little action, being removed in the first period when Heller crashed his left tackle for six points. He returned to the fray later, however, only to be replaced again. Pitt Scores Early. Ratlstieal analysis of the game shows the sui>erlorlty of the Panthers over the visiting eleven. Pitt garnered 3.1 tlrst downs compared to the Cornhuskers' eight. The Nebraskans got only one first down through the Pitt line, the other seven coming through the air. A 23-yard forward pa.ss, Heller to Hirschberg, put Pitt in a scoring no.sltion in the opening period. Heller. Seba.stian. Reeder and Clark ripped off ronslstent gains, with Heller finally going over for a touchdown after a drive of 84 yards. MacMurdo’s try for the seventh point was wide. Pitt started another offensive toward the end of that period which terminated in another touchdown soon after the second period oegan. Heller cutting off left tackle for the marker. This time MacMurdo's bid for the added t>oint was good. N«h. 2 « .•i.l Si «:( Ti II « lit A III III t S t I'U »S'; i IMI I!» n îfiî .ss I 4 4 .% 31Í nil. l:iî 4 |. t ; i II » » 4 no ss 14« 14« tl t X4 .4 I»« I« t SI t«'i s »I* ill s IS .s N 7« 71 .S7S « 4 I I • Miller recovered ' Dannevlk’s blocked kick on the Josle 11-yard line. Three plunges by Baldwin, Kulpcr and Williams lost two yard.s, and a fourth-down pass was Incomplete, Lincoln came back after Dannevlk s punt, however, and drove to a first down on the Joe- I town nine-yard line. Bronn smacked I center for three yards and came I through with the same number on , a second try at the .same s|x)t. Wil- I Hams was tas.sed for a yard leww on 1 the third try and the fourth attempt, a plunge by Williams, was held on the three-inch line. Mias Goal By Inches. Williams apparently was partially over the goal line with what appeared to be a score but Referee John Wulf ruled otherwise and placed the ball three inches from the goal and motioned for the Josies to take the charge. Lincoln mis.sed another chance to win In the .second period when Dannevik fumbled Rudy Boberg's pass from center on an attempted punt and was downed lers than a foot from his own goal line. With Sk Joseph making no attempt to win the game, unless benefited by a break, the .second half resolved into a punting duel between Baldwin of Lincoln and Dannevlk of the Josies. In the dying moments of the final period, however. Dawdy Hawkins returned a punt 1.5 yards to the Mis.sourl 15- yard line, but four plunges failed to make the required 10 yards. Play For Breaks. t'ariror« romplrif« ... rorword Inrnmplrle I'lirward po«'»« liilrrrfptr« .. Yi«. ■•In»« from V«». (Olno« fr. po«»e« Inlrp. Vdn. golnrd from oil po«»f' N»4 yd», from po»»r» rir»4 down» from »rrlmmofr . rir»4 down» from p»»«r» ......... Tot. no. flr»t down» ............... No. of klrlioff» ............................ Vordofo of klrlioff» ................... a*. Irn«tli of kirkoff» ........... Klrkeff» rrlornrd ........................ Ydg. of klrkeff rrturn» ........... A», ydg. kirkoff rrturn» -----No. of punt» ................................ Vdg. of punt» .................... A», ydg. of punt» ........................ No. of punt rrturn« .................... Ydg. of punt rrturn» ............... A*, ydg. punt return» ............... rrnoltir» .......................................... Yd». lo»t by prniltir» ............... Vd». lo»t from »rrlmmogr. po»»r» ond prnaltir» ........... Net jrord» gained ........................ Tourbdawn» »rorrd ................. rotni after tourhdoon ............... Ball lo»t on down» .................... (•umblr» .............................. Fumble» rrrovrrrd ...................... GIANTS IN RING FOR BEEF TITLE ___________ • 1 The Stadium grid tfas so muddy r<irnov*n iinH i'nmiMlio to “ Player had been in the l^arnera ana ^ampoio ^ was hard to tell whether he was wearing the black of Lincoln or the yellow of St. Joseph. More than half of tho plays were With Seba.stian bearing the brunt of the attack, Heller .shot otf right tackle for his third touchdown in _____ _______ the third period. MacMurdo place- from a fcariul varnishing: by Jack kicked the extra point. A moment i Sharkey and Vittorio Campolo, relater he tallied his fourth touch- j cent victim of Ernie Schaai’a body Pack 500 Pounds Into Arena. by frank g . menke . NEW YORK. Nov. 27—• INS)—A couple ot Latin temiieraments, and hoSupTeri^ton1ghrinT”bitUe ot \ ior the Josies. and made a net gain "What Of It. anyway?- i ®f 72 yard., to a net loss of 14 yards Prlmo Camera, haidly recovered , for the home club. ,, i , ......................... Don Shurtleff. playing his la.st game for the Red and Black, played Northwestern Defends Big Ten Qrid Laurels In Qame With Purdue HV WIUUTAM WKKKKS. (’HU'AGO, Nov, 27 (AIM—'l'hiT«* oncoro niinihor.«! to tho wostern conforonoo football projjram will ho plnyoii tomorrow’, and tho unomploymont roliof fund.a in .«lovon stato.t will honofit hy tho athlotc.n' extra lahor. Gharity will reçoive all tho rccoipta after actnal oxponso.t have boon paid, hut tho athletes will he thinkinjj: more ahout the Big Ton championship, than of tho gato and roliof funds. Tho battle hotwoon Purdue and Nortlnve.stcrn. tho key .stone of the title .situation, ha.s grahhod mo.st of the intore.st. hut the moeting.s of Wi.sconsin and Michigan at Ann Arbor, and (Ohio State and Minne.sota at Minncapoli.s, are expected to attract patronage in .sufficient ipiantity to give charity another big boost. Ï,. ^ J èu/tàn of the OH-oman Túeke, /3ñ% WAÇ cmntV IN A ûAâ5 ¿lice A WILD KASr* AMP CDMPELLEP TÛ ACCÛMPANV 7W£ AßMV Of TAMERLA N E, MI5 CONQÜtROß.... Cpri'âph in M/: Hope ' Ceme4i^ri^f Lcé^pontf 7/-27-3 f h âOLFER. ON NO. Z T e £. a, ,i PROUE A &ALL INTV AN OUtRALUÓ %gA POCKtTOf AICKINLEV NELSON ON NO.Z .. . Confha. ■ff’. '«’/o' M « VAM CieÁVE-, RpseoiHe, Calif., ^ HA<5UOtOTiiE eAfJiE ^HAUINÛ FOR OVER ■/7 VEAR5. . . ■a«Clji«JM«5wp»per Syu«eM« Bajazet I. was Sultan of the Ottoman Turks In 1389. He was called Ilderim (the Lightning) on account of his rapid succe.sses In warfare. He made all of Asia Minor a part of his dominion, conquered what is now called Turkey.In Europe, overran Greece, Hungary, etc. He seemed invincible until Tamerlane Tamerlane how he would have plotted the assassination of Tamer- treated him had their lots been re- lane. coin made four first downs to none punts, the Mi.ssourians waiting for . of Tlmour defeated him and took the break which never came. Lin- i pim prisoner in the great battle of Angora. Tamerlane was one of the greatest .soldiers that ever lived. After the battle of Angora, according to KlllikeUy’s ‘‘Curious Questions,” Bajazet being a.sked by versed, "Like a dog,’’ he replied. "I would have made you my footstool when I mounted my saddle; and w'hen your .services were not needed I would have chained you in a cage like a wild beast.” Tamerlane replied, "Then, to show you the difference of my spirit, I shall treat you as a King.” So saying, he ordered his chains to be struck off. gave him one of the royal tervts. and promt.sed to restore him to his throne if he would lay aside his ho.stllity. Bajazet abu.sed thi.s noble generosity/ and Finding clemency of no avail, Tamerlane commanded him to be "treated as a dog.” to be "chained In a cage like a wild beast.” and in this condition Bajazet w’as compelled to accompany the victorious army of Tamerlane. • • • Any reader wanting further proof of anything depicted here should address the author, care of thUs paper, and enclose a stamped and self-addre.ssed envelope for reply. JOHN HIX ..Tomorrow: The Fir.st Touchdown. Purple On The Spot. Michigan and Ohio State welcome the opixirtunlty to make one more stab at the cnampionshtp. but to Northwestern, the situation Ls not an entirely happy one The VVtld- rat.s ha\e fought their wav through a .schedule of eight game.s wltliout defeat. Five of their trium|ih.s were over Big Ten opponent.,, and under ordinary clrcmn.stanee.s. Northwe.sf- ern would l>e the undl.spufed holder of the title. Relaxation of one of the conferences strictest rules limiting its member* to eight game.s each season ha.s left the Wildcats with their biggest job an added one. Should the Boilermakers, who apparently have found the form expected of them before the sea.son I opened, trim Northwestern on Snl- I dler Field tomorrow, Michigan, by defeating Wl.scon.sln. and Ohio, by overcoming Minnesota, along with Purdue, would earn a share of the title Michigan l.s favored to whip , the Badger.s, and Ohio rates just ret’ PtiOp ' falnte.st edge over the Oophers, 1 000 «7 34 while the Purdue - Northwestern game in>i>ears to be a tos.sup. Thursday <iate 813,000. Charity w'as enriched about $13,000 yesterday when Indiana out-lasted Chicago, Iowa and Illinois to win icy - snow - covered gridiron along i with an exceedingly slipiiery pigskin , 1 , predicted, Chicago Last Night*s Fights At Muncif. In«,—Farmrr Joe ('«oper, W>»4 York, III., nulpnintr« Peler Mike, In« «Unapoll». I Drsund», llrrbir An(lrr»nn, Muncte, »topped Tommy O'Connell, FI. H'ajne, Ind., In tourth round. At Shehoygan. Hla.—Frankie RalU|lia, Hinnlpeg, knorked out K, O. While, t hi- rago. In flr»l round; Charlie ('rarker, Iren Mountain, MIrh., outpointed (llenn Camp, Kawanee, III,, »It round«. SCORELESSTIE IN TITLE GAME Wesleyan and Hastings Fail to Score On Skiddish Grid. Wesleyan Hastings York ... Cot ne r . Midland Ooane . NEBRASKA COI.MKir. A. C. W L T 1 000 60 6 .067 10 30 .400 3J 47 -333 33 47 .000 35 88 HASTINGS. Neb., Nov. 27 An exceedingly slipL>ery pigskin robbed the Ha.stings and Nebraska Wesleyan elevens of nearly all ot- fen.sive power and the two team.s battled to a .scorele.ss tie here Thursday afternoon in t'nelr annual Turkey day engagement. The tilt, climax of the church college grid sea.son, was a championship affair as neither outfit has been defeated in N. C. A. C. competition. The draw probably means tiiat the Methodists will be awarded the title held by Cotner the past two eliminated Iowa, in one .lO-mlnutj' "preliminary” game; Indiana out­ pointed Illinois, and the Hooslers defeated Chicago in the playoff. Chicago defeated Iowa, 7 to 0 , on an 80-yard touchdown run bv Pete Zimmer, and Indiana got hv Illinois by outriushing the Illinl. eight fir.st downs to four, with neither . orlng. Tlie Hoosiers flnl.shed the mldwesfs most unn.sual football afternoon by beating the Maroons, fi to 0 . A battle of backfields is expected at Soldier field, with Purdue shoot- years, as the Waldorf crew has the ing if.s stars, Pardonner. Risk. Pur- ...... w. —___ bang-up game in the line, block- down after Seba.stian da.shed 39 ^fusilades—they are the princ ipáis on , ing three of Dannevlk's punts and yards ( ai an end run. MacMurdo’s i what may be comedy, burlesque or proving a thorn in the Indians’ kick went squarely between the up- sides. Bob Rav. Harold Miner and rights. melodrama sides. Bob Ray, Harold Miner and “I woel keel de bce.i steef ’ was Davy Bork also starred in the Lin- Srbastlan made two touchdowns' the threat of Campolo, who was a \ coin line, while Johnny Williams, in the final ncriod. one on an end butcher m the Argeniine but who ^ Dawdv Hawkins and Boyd Bronn has been little more than a lamb > looked best in the backfleld. Danne- for whom no alibis must be in- vlk in the backfield and Boberg. he completes run. the Other due to a pass from Heller. Nebra.sk« - Po ». PUt.'^burgh Durkee .................L F . . ., ........ Hirshberg Rhea ___ ...............L. T____ ............... Qua!sc Justice ... ...............L O____ ........... Milligan Ely ........... .................C............ .... Daugherty O Hrten .. ...............R O ____ ......... H. Morris Dilbert .. .......... R r __ .... MacMurdo Petx ......... ...............R K____ ............... Collins Brown ... ...............Q R ... ................. Cutil Maverson .............L H____ ............... Heller Krelrlnger .............R H____ ............... Reider Sauer . . ...............F. n ... ...................Clark Score by periods; Nebraska ............................ 0 0 0 0 0 Pnt.sburgh ................ « 7 14 13- 40 8iib.»f itutlon.» Npbra.»k« nurkf'p, McPhprson for ailb^rt, B*ufr for vented whenever he comnlctes a brawl in the U. S. A Don't Have to Stoop. "H?.” snorted Camera, now I have zee man I can wheep deezy. A beeg bum. I do not haff to reach down to heet heem. I heet Heiipr i straight out wtih heem and when I heet a coopla times it weel be over queek like that the beeg bum ” Showing that the boys seem to <0 know each other very well indeed. Kiiboiirnp for This may save the customers throats during the exercises because it Cramer and Dieterich in the line featured the Joetown play. IJnrup and Summary. Lincoln, 0 Po.». —St. Joseph. 0 Harold Miller LE................. Meier Shurtleff ....................LT.............. Whitaker Bork ............................LO.. Rav ..............................C .. Weaver .......................RO.. Price ............................RT.. Oreen ...........................RE.. Baldwin ......................QB,. Bronn .........................LH.. Kulper ........................RH.. William.» ...................FB.. Substitutions: Lincoln Ktiper, Dlckin.son for CATHEDRAL WINS OVER BLUEJAYS Lincoln Eleven Scores 6-0 Victory Over Creighton Prep Outfit. With a first quarter pa.s.s, Johnny Sports Editor Left In Daze By Rout at Pittsburgh Says Must’ve Been 2 Other Teams -To Gregg McBride, care TheCHICAGO, III. Nov. 27- Lincoln Star, Lincoln, Neb. Dear Gregg: “This, the day after the horrible happenings a the Pitt better record in league play. Wesleyan won a quartet of conference contests and tied one, wDile the Bronchos annexed two victories and a trio of encounnters ended in deadloi'ks. Hastings was tied by Midland and York in addition to Weslevan. Played Near MIdfleld. Neither .squad ever serioasly threatened to score and the game turned into a punting duel between vis, Hacker. Yunevlch and Horstman, again.st ’’orthwestern’s Potter. Rentner, Meenan. Sullivan. Rn.s.<=ell Ol.son and Moore. The Wildcat line appears suiTerior, and may be the decLslve factor. Badgers Are Aroused. Michigan’s veterans, with a tight defense and n.sually rnoiith offense to score, may find Wi.sconsin, aroused for the flnst time since the lurnea inuj a punung auei DCLween Purdue came a trniihleMnmn nn.w and Miller and neT OhToT nmn \Zer Mlnne.sota’s .somewhat Gerald Thompson of the Methodists. The kickers got off some good boots and also .some that were othcrwl.se. Miller and Dutton completely losing their footing on .several occasions when trying for a long spiral. great for battered battlefront. Northwestern and Purdue are expected to draw a crowd of 40,000 and Minne.sota and Ohio State hope for about the .same number with good w'cather. The Wi.scon.sln-Mlch- second ncriod and that was the O Brlcn for Hulbir*, Adurn ' for Ko.»t«r; Ì the WhLsh-WOOSh and mUSt be ad- *,®Unh**rint\«l”w ^ Penney for KreliunRer, C*mpbell for Ely. ’ — — “ *— ------------------------------------- Jo.-ieph Central W JarkBon cTamer | Ywn ’ "clfhAdrni ^hich' U- StadiuiTi in the SiHoky City, finds me tarrying a bit in the | Bronchos’ nearest approach to a Haii'P^d a touchd'own. Cathedral high u 4 ? t i i_- t i : 4 . .. .. 'score, Wc.sleyan taking the ball on . Dipterich school of Llncoln swept to a 6 to 0 1 hlg burg on the shore of Lake Michigan. 1 am looking to you downs. Following a first period in ■ ^Redmon i victory over Creighton Prep of Om- to square things up with the boss at The star shop for the ; Wtilch the Methodists had held the ;■... .Myers ¡aha in a game played at the Lin- pxtra d»v nr twn that T am nlanninc to be off m\’ iob but if I ^PPcr hand and kept the Young Pugh 1 coin high school oval Thursday aft- 1550 tnat i am^ planning lo oe oii m> Joo, put u , jeam deep in its own territory. Hastings recovered G bb's fumble on the Wesleyan 35-yard marker. Tlie Mustang.s Ic^t 12 yards on the next three plays and Dutton kicked out Hastings once advanced to the | lean engagement probablv will be Waldorf 20-yard stripe late in the ! nlayed before around 30,000 spec- lators. high Hawkins for : emoon. Heilig for Bork, Smith for he or you or anybody else back home had been compelled to r .;,',Vr î»i„Si7°thïd?ai”bKed‘o’HM^^^ ^ “p r.'l", » 1 . tor B,.,..: know What they arc in advance ol | kiek end recovered the hall on thé Î Pittsburgh, while that gang of ferocious Panthers was pour'"i, n Tom’' 49-yard line. From that point, | jng on OUr helpless Huskers, I have a well defined hunch |0f bounds on the Waldorf ll-yard r-kson. ^» 1 » for Poin- ^ series of line plays and passes,!^,*. , ‘ 4 ? 4 .u -j i. .r 11 u line. Following Millers boot out of n fo' mrterich Karnes i ^^^bedral brought the ball down to i that he or you or -Some of the said home folks would have danger Mercier and Dutton cut ¡the Creighton Prep 31-yard line. 1 expired right on the aSpot. In which ca.se it wouldn’t be a ' loo.se around the ends in the only Relihflrz rnn far hphinri hi.«: own Hnp * ... ... - .. rpal Hnsfinas attnrlc nf H ip riov nnri Bl'hop for Adam put Tormlev for Dsugherty, Beba.»ti«n for R-lder. D.sllev for Hlrshberg, Meredith for Quatse. Onder for Morris. Lurh for MacMurdo. Mate.sic for Sebastian, Brown for Hellen. Sunims for Brown, Yentch for Onder. Ander.»on for Meredith, Timmins for Dailev. Touchdowns Heller 4. Sebastian 3 Point •fler touchdown—NlacMurdo 4 Iplae»- inenfai m Officials: Referee Ed Thorpe, De lui Polle. Umpire A W Palmer, Colhq, Hcadllnesman T J. McCabe, Holy Cross Field judge E E. Miller. Penn State. i vi.sed by the sarcastic patroos. Poindexter for Jn' After reading the form charts it | dexter. Hutchinson would seem that Campolo is the i w. Mason, Kaeison haidcr hitter, but that Carnera is ¡ ”officiais*^ohn wuif. Kansas, referee; | Beilharz ran far behind his own line Gloom at Sing-Sing; Team Twice Defeated OSSINING, N. Y., Nov. 27—II. N. S.) — Inmates of thj ”blg hou.se” were beginning to suspect today the better receiver, rattle bridges, monuments foothills when he cracks down with that right paw. But he isn’t as accurate as he might be or is he a followup socker. Lot« of Hokum. If Campolo smacks solidly and the target does not fall, Vittorio regards this as a deadly in.sult by his ■ in ^ ¡ — .................far behind his own line I ,, » ... u i u ^ .e .Li i pp «»! Ha.stings attack of (tie day and Campolo can Hopkins. Colorado college, umpire; land threw a perfect pass to Conroy ¡matter 01 ever getting back home, for the undertaker would (q Methodist 20- imcnts and ¡Ted Packwood. Mis.soun, headlmesman. caught the ball on the Prep , have to be summoned to inter the remains.” yard .stripe before losing posser i n three-yard line and W'as tackled Last Word In Football. ‘‘I’m telling it to you right from the shoulder, Gregg, that never before during all the days and years I have been stringing along with Nebraska teams had I considered it as much as a remote possibility that foeman and it sometimes is a fu minute before he can regain his composure and go on with his work which, most everybody knows isn’t really the thing to do to achieve consistent ring .succe.ss. lii't IS'hS"' ; Th7"S.r SU- ccniervnce’s chBnces , rnnvicf u, I it in the Way of rivals and Invites of finishing on top in this weeks. them to blaze away. Usually they do. In due cour.«e of time they MIZZOU TIGERS PREP FOR OWIS and W'a.s tackled across the goal line. Dick Roach tried a placekick for the extra point but failed. Cathedral deci.sively outplayed the boys from the gateway city and were vulnerable only In the fourth quarter when Creighton finally advanced Tigers Taper Off Practice For Saturday Mix With Temple. KANSAS CITY. Nov. 27^/P)— : out of danger” Beilharz Big Shot. the ball to the Cathedral 20-yard i ^ football te^ lícSS line but a series of line plunges and «P as many ^ forty points against passes failed to net the needed ten i „,v„ 4 hir,rr ¡yards and the ball pas.sed to Cath- i . J, Í Lo edral on its own 20 -yard line from | is possible on a football field, be: which p^int the ball was punted ! cause the Panthers actually made The convict eleven suffered its second defeat in three starts when It lost to the WTilte Plains Bulldogs ! either sprain their wriks or crack at the prison stadium yesterday. 13 their knuckles, or grow ¿xcesslvely i , J weary and fall over, thus ending Uie . iumatFs . entertainment, giving the boys and ganlzed cheering section, the pris- ; giris a chance to troop into nearby , ^ ' ^Paghettl psrlors for a midnight , -‘/i. 7i;'‘c7ialk^uD”^ a "vicUory ^ u agreat deal of the yardage made and quarterback Alabama Pitts led snack and further discussion of defeat^ Washburn college 22 i by the junior Blue jay team. Aboud football tifts with non-circuit op-I ^ Beilharz was the big shot in the ponens now res.s wih he Missouri ^ CathedraJl j.’ictory, \vas hitting the Til Th» Scottish girls team, favorite to win the annual women’s field hockev tournament, today was matched with the north-east team, with the midwest and south-east comblna- tions meeting in the other game of Z the day. The Scots canip from behind to BelleviUe Wins Conference Flag their forty points quite as clean as a whistle and did it so decisively that, willing as I am to frame alibis, I am at this moment completely IgersT who mee he* Temple uni- \ ends, and ^sslng "^u have my word for it. Gregg, versiy Owls in a charly game here '^•ith equal ability. Merceir and Con- that Dr. Sutherland, Pitt’s immacu- Saurday. also looked good for late coach, showed me a footballing Of the three Big six teams en- i Cathedral. * * ' pang which portrayed positively the gaged in turkey day encounters, lA"® j last word in gridiron proficiency, y the Kansas State Wildcats in the Creighton ^ckfield picking Heller a Live One. ........................ . . .... 4 K-.«„H- fact.it seemed that every time I had the sheer courage to peek from behind my hiding place, meaning my hat. I could .see that ..... fellow Heller riding over Hugh Rhea Brick I to a touchdown or that other nim- Bsrter' ble-footed Panther back, Young Mr. Winn Sebastian, streaking around one of Vina ' Pnds, laying out tacklcrs in a mince pie or being overcome by Pittsburgh smoke. Needs a Day Off. "I can only, hope that this ‘sneak day’ I intend to put over on the as the half ended. Bridges Bloeks Punt. The Methodists started a little fireworks of their own in the t'nird period. Bridges, 270-pound Wesleyan bo.ss in Chicago may bring me back ; guard who played a fine defensive to normal, for I expect to be sitting game all afternoon, came through in Saturday at Soldier Field watch- | with the only blocked punt of tho ing ‘Pug’ Rentner ramble against day. The Lusky lineman knocked the Boilermakers of old Purdue. ! down Dutton’s boot but the Broncho “The only danger is that seeing; kicker recovered the ball on the •Pug’ may bring reminders of Heller | Hastings 15-yard line. Following riding over Uugh Rhea or Sebastian streaking around Nebraska’s wings and that, indeed, might compel the another punt Captain Miller of Wesleyan reeled off the longest run of the day, shaking loase to travel folks in Chicago to put me away in i 30 yard.s to the Ha.stings 35-yard a padded cell. . , , , | line. After gaining six yards the 'I shall need your help in squar- received a 15-yard u ®’^P®”f®, Recount, becauM . penalty which nipped this spurt in when ham sandwiches cost as much iv,»» hi id as sixty-five cents in Pittsburgh, you Cathedml. Merclar ... Henrv .... Fenton (ci Malone ... Lehr ............ McCullough Conroy ... Bourke ... Lineup and Summary. Po.» Creighton Prep. 0 LE * 4 Primo’s violin cases. ! * airtl^“ scoring**co^ : played a good game for Creigh- style, but the boys just couldn’t win., In conclusion it should be noted J.?, ton. --------^ that the winner of Carnera versus K?en Sted^nto the bTckfield ' Scots Favorite Cop the haif The pitt Hockey Tournament ; equivalent to being chief ot the «ri ri«lmSi Nffisra.‘«‘‘to™ wh«<; WINNETKA. 111., Nov. 27—I AP—' ^^® Mojave de.sert. the best Oklahoma could do was to ' hold Oklahoma A. «fe M. to a score- I le.ss tie. I The Temple eleven, on the basis of this season's records, appears to ou«Hrocchi hold a slight edge over the Mis -1 .sourians. who finished in a tie for Score by periods: last place in the conference. The ^ cathedrei ................ « o T»«eT T »e»rTT T Tt. ».T oat eastemcrs have suffered only one ; Creighton Prep. ....... o o delea. the s„u.h.eaat,3 to h ,’estee. , ! ?^'?‘<,r„„rn’'rtheS"irtq | Kansas high school le^ue Utle by , oill Out of Game. | conro»r conroy defeating Clay Center here Thanks- | After a light indoor workout yes- ' for Mercier Dorion for giving by a count of 13-6. Neither terday Coach Henry Miller named ! RrfipiHon Prep: Reg« team had been defeated before the; a tentative line-up for for use may know that it takes real money to keep one from going hungry. See you Sunday morning, provided I live through it. "I am. yours truly, ‘CY’.” . .LT ... .LO.... ..C ......... ..RO..., ,.HT___ ..RE... ..QB ... . LH ___ .. R HH. . FB ... HERSEY’S GOAL WINS FOR YORK dav. and the north-east sirothered midwest. 8 to 1 . team DP-ov«n ' mad dash in the direction of Ne... duvit braska’s goal. In fact, it "eemcd to M.'-is’-itv I ,-ne the Sebastian guy was ju.st that i o Hanlon pujsfjant that he could skim around i xIüCCKlCk opotS WlluCEtS ’.. sesto both of our ends without so, much as pausing to catch his breath, n A- « "Yet there was .something or - ” other about the .sad proceedings that is most uncanny—a deep mys- 3-0 Victory Over C. U. BuIIdoiis. YORK, Neb., Nov. 27—'The York The backs of both elevens could not get started all afternoon and usually plied up at the line of scrimmage because of ttne precarious footing. Neither outfit made a half-dozen first downs. Miller, the Methodist leader, got away for a few fine runs in return of punts, one for 17 yards and another for 21 In addition to the 30-yard dash. Dutton was carefully kicking out of bounds most of the time however. Both forward walls played airtight tall on the dcfen.se. Consbruck, Ba.s- sctt, BridEres, F. Smith and Spear being particularh' effective. LInrup and Summary. Omaha Cardinals Edge Out Bobcats OMAHA, Neb., Nov. 27—With Gene Hoover running bark two kickoffs for touchdowns, Omaha univenslty obtained velcome revenge for throe straight defeats at the hands of the Peru Normal Bobcats by defeating the Teachers. 12-6, here Thursday. ITie two touchdowns were the first Omaha hag ever scored against Peru, and the victory gave the Omahnns a record to six wins. <>ne loss and one tie, the be.st record in years. Peru scored first when Sautter skirted the Omaha end for a 50- yard jaunt to a touchdown le.ss than five minutes after the opening kickoff. Hoover took In the following kickoff, however, and raced 95 yard.s lo a touchdown tying the .score. The .second touchdown was .scored on the opening kickoff of the second half when Huff took the kick and ran it back to the Omaha 30-yard line. Huff fumbled, but Hoover .natched the ball and raced the remaining 70 yard.s for the touchdown. I.inrup and Nummary. Omaha. 12 — Po s. —Peru, « Hartman . ...............L. E.. ................... Cowell Hanks .... ....................... PatP Hummel , ...............L G.. ............... Arkerson ! .Sales . ... ............... C ... ..Howard Hatcher 1 Johnson .. ...............R G . ..................... Tolley Thomas .. ...............R. T .................... Dasher James ..., ...............R E..................... Webb Huff ......... ...............Q R . .. .Homer Hatrhei’ Hall ......... ...............L. H,..................... Miller Hoover .. ...............R. H. ..................... rialnes Egbert ... ...............F, n.. ................... Bautter Score by periods: Omaha U. « 0 8 0 13 ' I'rni .. ., 6 0 0 0 « Wrestling Results. for Aboiid, Wll.»on for O. At R*»(a«i~('.u« Nonnrnbrrc. 90«. Boston, ' icrenCC. .. dofeatod Charlir Strark, 919, Oklahoma, two out «r thro« (alls (flr»t awardi-d to Sonnrnbcrt: Strark »«rend. 1.3:9f); Son- nrnborg, third, I9:SI). Jark Sherry, 21*. Cleveland, threw John gpellman. 210. Provldene«, R. I.. 19;14; Jim Brownlnt, 2!*: St. I.OUÍ». and lee Wykoff, TÍO. Chl- eago, dr«w, 90:00. Karl Pojello. Chicago, threw B«rU l»emetro(f. Russia, IL.tO. Bll. . ly Baitnsh, Chicago, threw Ivan Vaturetf, Russia, 17:94. Nick Lutie, Let Angele», and Pat Mackay, Memphii, drew, 90:00. At Toronte—Ed Pen neerge, 917. North Java. N. V., defeated Pat McGIH, Omaha, two out of three (alls «(leorgc. first, 11:19. and third, 91:1.3: McGill, second, 1«:tOi ^ , - — Joe Deelte, 21«. Prevldenee, defeated Beg! (.RDltfll 1 ifv T./YClTk Slkl. m. decision. 4.3:0«. Bull Martin. i:4l. I LAMjp Thenton, N. J., threw Prank Altman. 2:«, ” , Pittsburgh. 91:3«. At Vancouver, R. C.—Bob Kruse. 1!».%. Portland, defeated Billy Demetral, 910. Chleage, In ene fall (fourth round) De- Metral unable te continue. .At Tonkers, X. T.—Ray Steele, Call. fWrnla, defeated Adióle Maehiene, Italy. Turirev riav ria«ih Tt wne the first Vv. Z.uZZZ ccT.i» ^ V«"«. for Moriaritv. Moriaritv seii-same riit ouim to a siauusuii played on the Panther rectangle. vMr ReiuJiio hoV the ervn I ? i thc Tlgcrs, of whosc stylc fgr Pratt. o Hnnion for wiuon, pirinceiio in Lincoln and, if you recall, three i Earvin Hersey York center booted \ear Belleville has been in the con-! of play or strength he has little in-i for so»to, r vana for Daly, Pratt f^r times reoulsed the Fitters and the frn^ ^hioh ferenre : k„ 4 i, I »»„.(„if.. . repuisea me t-itter.s aiiu the kick from placement Which formation. The coaches of both ' Morlarlty. Wllson for O’Hanlon. Muffltt Bellevine has ambition.s^ to play. teams agreed to not scout games Roprr. Nrbra.»ka rrfcrre: Wesleyan, 0 — Poa, Hastings, 0 Harbaugh ___.... LE..,.O , Thomosnn Wtlken ..................... .I.T,....... Wilson Chamberlain ......... ■ LO ... ... Bridges Conobruck ............. C ..... ■ • • * < ........ Fp-er Piersr , ................... .R O....Coffman r.as.sett ................... RT, .. * • • • F. Smith Young .....................,RE___ ......... Pl»lev nienn ....................... QB ... . Miller Dutton ..................... LH..., .... Burke Moore ..................... ,RH ... ..C SmI'h Krebsbach ......FB . ........... Olbb Rco,p by perlods- Wesleyan ................. . . 0 0 0 no Hastings ................. .. . 0 0 0 0 0 in the near future for the benefit * includes Pilconis arid Gudd, ends! of local charity. ’The records: Brllpvtllc Bellrvtllc, Totals ............... 7; Mary..vill? ____ ... 7 ............... 19; Lebanon........... .... ü ...............27. Junction City.... 0 ............... 24;Washington.. .... 0 ............... 33; Beloit ............. .... 0 ...............20. Lincoln........... .... 0 ............... 0; Concordia..., .... 0 ............... 13; C’.ay Center.. .... « — 13 ...............153 13 Klinger and C. Rubin, tackles; D. Rubin and Pully, guards; Reese, center; Whlttock, qaurterback. Bonner, fullback; and Zukas and Zahnow, halfbacks. The Missouri squad, numbering 32 P layers will arrive here late today, ercy gill, fullback and punting ace, will be the only regular absent. He suffered a broken leg in the Kansas game. A week from tomorrow line. Wilbur Knight, Nebraska, umpire: Don Hale. Nebraska, linesman; Felber Maai- dam. Nebraska, field j'ldge. Substitut lor £—Wesleyan: M. Smith for Spear. Barrett i<>r Burke, M. Thompson for Bridges. Hastings: Mercier for Moore, Owen for Kr.ibsbsch, Porter lor Harbaugh, Rival Camps Sling Qloom BOSTON. Nov. 27—(INS)—When In “Y »» Cage Circles Plan.N are under wav for the organization of a capital city basketball leagTie to appear oh the Y. M., C. A the Tiffers eneaet in > Stanford and Dartmouth face each bit last night in Pittsburgh, and iS^Tme meetfng St. ¿u£ Univei- I Harvard stadium tomor- ; take my word for it. he w:as pretty it^Cd" ..V.. slty at St. Louis. . ^ nr, .-J I Both teams have proved powerful . Six Earned Touchdowns. , defensively throughout the season ! J And there Nebraska was yester-j ^.¡tb an ice-covered grid to ,v.. «»..-v... . , day, with an iproved eleven, com-■ make ball-lugging difficult neither ! Bosserman for Ba.»sett P&r 6 Ci wit-h til 0 Bible clfl>ri of 1930, \ WSIS Slble to ciisplsy mucll in OfriciBls- F&rl Johnson, Dosnc, rcfrcc. going apinst a Panther crew that | ^ ; wa.s little changed from a year ago' Lineup and summary, and getting their ears knocked down cotner. o— pos. to the extent of six touchdo ns. Epier ................ le ............ The whole business Is a sort of Rpn l 5 ............... nightmare—one sour mystery of life Havnlf .......................C .................... ’ ■ ’ ■ RO.................. .RT................... RE............... QB................... LH................. RH.................. .FB................... Nchrask which never can be solve'». Jenkins 'I talk to Coach Bible just a little row, a star on each tern my be much down in the mouth. Bible. Fowie missing. It was still undecided to- ; you know, doesn’t go very .strong for Official.» Frank. court this W'inter. Cliff Cun- nounced physically fit by their coach, the nlngham, Se#retary of the loop, is Wisconsin Badger, today were enroute to 1»T. R^ph WH»en. Phlladejplil», ’ («7»Vd «nxiOU.S tO Sign R cOUplc morC teams thf’Mtihlgan ^oherlnw ln"\otrmr’i Floy« Marshall, Callferr pirrnt. 1 row » charity game. wiscoNsoN. • !day whether Stan Yudicky. w'no has the alibis—and who as a matter of ^ jones. orand island umpire; Charles MADISON. Wis . Nov 27—O N s.)-Pro-I been injured most of the .season, fact, could even start to explain cox, Nebraska, headlmesman will start for Dartmouth. In the I away a 40-0 licking? The only out -- -------------Cardinal camp. Phil Moffat, star ; I can conjure is that the whole Failing to draw In its earlier back, may not start as he is suffer- i business Is ju.st a bad dream—a game.s, Fordham wound up th« sea- ing from an old ankle Injury. icase of over-eating Thanksgiving ',on selling $3 tickets for $1.50. Don Elliett Nebraska, umpire; Dwight Thoma», Nebraska, headllnesman. Booth Unable Face Bengals NEW HAVEN, Nov. 27—il. N. S.) Hewitt — Alble Bonth, Yale football cap- refer^e E tain. Ill with a rold, wa* restlni; eomfortably today. He is definitely out of the Princetn.T game tomorrow. ' It was also held unlikely he would be unable to watch ihe battle from the sidelines. -York, 3 . .Gallant Hoffman ,... Cook .. Hersey ... Oard . . Lewis Bklnner ... Muth Conkim Jo.'.e TRY THE NEW -QUICK STARTING -WINTER GRADE Lincoln Oil Co. O. J, SHAW Stations All Over Town

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