The Charlotte Observer from Charlotte, North Carolina on November 22, 1931 · 20
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PAGE EIGHT THE CHARLOTTE OBSERVER -The Foremost Newspaper of the Two Carolinas- SUNDAY NOVEMBER 22 1931 SECTION TWO SOUTH CAROLINA DEFEATS N C STATE 21 TO 0 Tar Heels Gamecocks May Meet Here December 12 DIXIE TITLE CATAWBA STAR SWEEPS FLANK APPANAITIS Catau'ba's ace halfback is shown skirting right end for an eight-yard gain in the Indians' M to 0 victory over Lincoln Memorial University yesterday at Salisbury Appanaitis was picked by his coach Uncle Charlie Mnrat on the Little Six all-star team last night Captain Jensen Leads Way Over Five-Mile Course Over Men of Eight Institutions pllAPEL HILL Nov 21— U (JP) — Captain Jensen the University of North Carolina’s star endurance runner led the harriers of eight institutions over a five-mile course here today as he and his teammates won the Southern conference cross country run for 1931 Jensen's time of 27-miriules 102 (worlds vm 4 42 seconds sloner than the record for the course set In 1927 by Galen Elliott of North Carolina WIN' 25 roiXTS The Tar Heels finished with 55 points to spread eagle their field Jensen's teammates took second third fifth and 14th places Virginia Polytechnic Institute finished second with 77 points and Tennessee third with 100 The other teams finished In this order: Florida 119 Duke 120 Georgia Tech 121 Maryland 128 Georgia 176 Bray of Duke held the lead until the last mile when Jensen passed him McRae and Jones of North Carolina then swept by to take second and third places as the Duke star faltered in the final stretch TO BATTLE FOR CLASS B TITLE Special to Tht Charlottt Ohsritr CHESTER S C Nov 21 — Chester high and Newbrnoklyn-Cayce high of Columbia will meet here Thursday In the senii-fInaU game for the upper-state Class B football title The two teams plaved to a 6-6 tie In Columbia last Thursday The winner will meet Easley for the upstate crown Irish Fall Before Great Trojan Team Three Gamecock Touchdowns Come From Steady Marches Down Field Through Foes State Champs To Play For Charity Charles M Setzer Head of Masonic Committee Sponsoring Game Says Plans For Contest Almost Complete Not to Interfere With All-Star Tilts BV MILES H WOLFE 8— delated Press (staff Writer pOLUMBIA S C Nov 21 U — (JP) — South Carolina de veloped the scoring punch in a pinch today to down the flashy North Carolina State eleven 21 to 0 ' Three times the Gamecocks marched down the field for touchdowns pushing back Hjetr lighter rivals in a fine show of power and only once did they fail when a score appeared In their grasp Southern California Scores Two Touchdowns and Field Goal in Last Period to Hand Notre Dame First Licking in 27 Starts Score is 16 to 14 Salisbury Not 21— upi— ra- law MORGANTON WINS NINTH STRAIGHT ba kept the football in the air today and passed her way to a 39 to 0 victory over Lincoln Memorial university The much lighter visitors put up a spirited battle with deceptive plays and an excellent attark but were no match for the Witmer-Roblnson aerial combination The first score came midway in the opening period after Witmer passed to Pearson for 2 5 yards to the 12-yard line Witmer burked the ball over afler four plays The try for point failed I1Y rt L MIC KELSON Associated Pres Sports Writer OUTH BEND Ind Nov 21 — (P) — Notre Dame’s mighty fortress of football impregnable against 26 assaults in almost three years of gridiron warfare fell at last today Fluttering over Its ruins tonight MORE PASSES flew the Cardinal and Gold battle flag of the roarng Trojans from Southern 1'allfnrnia who astounded (lie world of football by ransacking it with one 15-nilnute rush In the last period of battle today by a margin of Id to II DRAMATIC HUSH The final rush came just when it looked as if the big Notre Dame guns Marrhy Schwartz and Steve Ranas seemed certain of winning Then Witmer passed to Robinson the day Trailing bv two tnuch-for 25 yards to Keslcr for 17 tlienj downs as they entered the final pe-six yards to Robinson over the goal rind the Trojans could not be defer nnolhcr touchdown Appannltls nled as thev smashed the Irish wall spre at to Tht CharlolU Ohttrvtr MORGANTON Nov 21 — Morgan-ton High made it their ninth win without a single loss today defeating Chffside 26-0 The game was very hard fought but the superiority of the Morganton team began to show in the second quarter when Becker crashed through and blocked a punt for Moreanton's first score M P C I BEATS ROCKINGHAM HI Npriu to Tf Ciartott Obasfier MOUNT TLEAPANT Nov 21— Mount ripasant Collegiate institute defeated Rockingham high school 20 to 8 here today Sloop Holt and Forsythe starred for the winners Home Movies n e t your hom mnvit and photograph 1 c auppllea her TFIF Rendezvous an n INF Chnrh AYAWEEKLY noltTe L KaT h e r 19 WEST TRADE ST kicked the extra point The passing continued and touchdowns were gained time and again It was Catawba's final home game and she downed Lincoln's only threat to score which came in the final period when the visitors twice drove inside the 2(J-ard line R Jones Jaeckles Gregory and Agge plavo-J an outstanding game for Lincoln TWO TOUCHDOWNS In the second fiorlod two more markers were rung tit) Winner passed 30 yards to Hnhinson for a score EYom midfield Catawba then drove to a touchdown on lino plays Keeler started in the third period when he ran 5 5 yards down the sidelines for R touchdown af'er a 10-yaid pass from Witmer Appa-naitts kb ked goal In the fourth Witmer passed 31 foot tin vat-Js to Rnhlnon who shook off his opponents reverend the field and then ran 40 turds for a mote after w hieh Appsnaltis again kieked the point The lineups: They dashed and passed their wav to one touchdown In four minutes and rushed over another one to come within a point of tying the battle and then triumphed as the frenzied crowd of 52090 spectators treated to one of the greatest struggles in the loro of football watched Jsihnny Baker Trojan left guard Rich a perfect placement kick through the uprights Baker's kick coming with but one niinulo of play remainin'- was an ironic touch for old Notre Dame which has witnessed its fighting armv march on through 25 victories tin 2fi starts The kick heat Noire Dame as the "Fighting Irl-h'' had CHANCES FADE tin the other hand the North Carolina Wolfpack found the Fouth Carolina defense impervious to its assaults on hoth occasions the goal pqsts were In sight and scoring opportunities faded away The Gamecock t ouehdown marches were all from their own territory One was for 61 yards the second was for 6 4 and the final for 67 The first two were the result of steady hammering away chiefly at the center of the Tar Heel team’s line but the last was more spectacular With the end of the game In sight Hambright suddenly Ehot through the tired Wolfpack line for 44 yards to put the ball on the six yard line The South Carolina team suffered the Trojans their last thance De nied bv the powerful Notre Dame® 5 yard penalty for excessive time wall Baker then slipped back tojmd hut Grayson Wolfe who played three times (Wonted thr Trojans — the 24-yard line and place kieked thp big hoot that ended the battle Mohler held the ball As the game ended Fchwartz tried a desperate pass but Eugene Clark teserve Trojan half hack stepped in to intercept the ball on Notre fiantc's 35-yard line just as the final gun was fired Thus the last were first The Troians had come hac k after their unmerciful 27 to 0 licsing of a year ago to accomplish what no other team had done in almost three years and the greatest crowd to witness a game in the stadium that the immortal Knute Rockne built gave them a thunderous ovation Line-up and summary: Son Calif its) Sparling Brown Rosenborg Williamson Stevens Smith Arbelblde Shaver Mallory Plnckert Mustek Score bv periods (Tin— is 7 7 0— 14 Southern California 0 Notre Dame 0 More ironical was It that the kick enabled ilic Trojnns to he thr first and the last to defeat Notre Dame a it was thr stmr invader from the west who conquered Notre Dame's army wav hack 111 1928 S oring summarv No-re Dame Inurhriowns Srhsarfr Banos Points after touchdown Jask-s irh 2 CAT W H V (SB) ItoMnann tones Hllsser V o I s I T If tl I timer fro ler iv irehln K f tow ler nr I rrtronn II I' V timer lilt I inn It 11 kealer If 1 I II Atipnnailio FI I IXCOIN MFM (11) Fulkrrvon f hampers trrgg Sharer Jnrrkleo fregorv Agar R tones (( Mover Krvvln Ilolhavvnv a n " n — a 1 7 7— 111 DESERT ED A ICTORV If ever a football team desetved to win it was ('oath Howard Jones and his cardinal and gold-shlrted giants from the west today Thev roi ked the Nolle Damn citadel recklessly and consiv'entlv Three times the they threatened before sum ess came Tins liallle wns all Soiilliern Cnll-fornin In (lie flr-t M-riod as they Hindi iheir first two threats hut Notre Dame enme hnt k with a nidi in the second Southern OMifornia touchdowns Shaver 2 Pnmt after touchdown Baker from fipld Baker (Placement t Officials Referee Birch 'Karihaml umpire Oilleile lOrccnm field Judge Baker (Chiragoi head linesman Wyatt (Missouri i his first game as starting quarter-bark slipped over guard on the next play for the necessary eleven yards Fleming and Captain Blount scored the first two touchdowns CLARY MISSING South Carolina today was without the services of Us star halfback Karl Clary who was injured in the Florida game last week Slate's threats came in the second and third periods The tennis had been playing strnlglit football on offense when suddenly it decided to change tactics Using the Notre Dame shift which It bail not invoked at all previously it completely baffled the South Carolinians for the time On the first plav State shifted Cumiskev slipped off tackle for 25 yards Wolfe the safety man kept him from getting in the clcai Two i plays later MeLawhorn snatched another 25 yards gain Wolfe again snagging him A pair of shorter gains put the ball on the (Gamecock 11 yard line and here the offense fizzled and a pass on fourth down went over the goal line BIRIDS TO PLAY CENTRE DEC 5 COLUMBIA S C Nov 21—(UP)— The University of South Carolina state championship football eleven will play Centre College of Kentucky in a post-season football game for charity here on December 5 it was announced today TEIIL I2'8 BT FREDERICK SMITH THE North Carolina Tar Heels and the South Carolina Gamecocks may meet in a post-season football game in Charlotte December 12 the proceeds to go to a Christmas charity fund being raised by the Carolinas Masonic bodies if negotiations now pending are successfully concluded Charles M Scizer of this rlty head of the Scottish Rite Masonic committee that has been negotiating with the two state universities for the last week said yesterday that he was almost certain the South Carolina team would play lierp on that date nnd that strong hopes were held that the Tar Heels would be liere BOTH STATE CHAMPS The game If played in Charlotte on the proposed date would bring the two state champions here for a contest that would probably draw 10000 persons more than the capacity of the Central high school field Natural rivalry between the two teams along with the support of thousands of alumni and the usual color of such a game would insure a record-breaking attendance for a game here it is believed The proceeds which it is expected would reai'h J10000 after the teams’ expenses would be dls-tributed among a group of cities scattered over the two Carolinas to go for Christmas aid to Indigent children The money would he distributed through combined Ma-onie bodies led by the Scottish Rite Masons Agitation for a post-season charity game here has been in the air for several weeks hut thus far no organization has come to the forefront with an offer to sponsor it All Charlotte sports writers and prominent alumni of the universities and colleges of the two states have approved a North Carolina-South Carolina game here OUT TO SCORE The third quarter found the visitors refreshed and nut to score Wilson made ten and Mr Law horn followed with twenty LOUISIANA TECH WINS BY 7 TO 0 ALUMNI DOWN MARS HILL BY 13 TO 6 COUNT i-'pwtal to Tht Charlcttt Obtervtr Alls HILL Nov 21 — The tars Hill Mountain Lions fell before the onslaught of a suiierlor alnini team here today 13 to 6 Lurches and Suggs led tiie alumni attack while Albritton and Stephens stood ont for the I Jons The aluinul scores resulted from a deadly passing attack combined with a steady line drive The Lions only score came In the fourth period on an Intercepted pass by Isenberg and a 20 yard pass from Albritton to Stephens for ihe score The alumni vvero allowed three substitutions and as many times out as they wanted This proved to be the margin of victory Bulldogs Held Scoreless in First Half But Manage to Win by Close Margin pOLUMBUS Ga Nov 21 U — (P) — Georgia Bulldogs held scoreless for the first half used their almost endless string of fast backs to defeat a fighting Alabama Polytechnic institute eleven from Alabama Plains here today 12 to 6 It was the Sfith meeting between football teams of the two colleges dating back to 1892 The game wns witnessed by some 10001) spectator who remained to witness the struggle despite a rain t Imt brgnn to fall In the second period The contest wns marred somewhat by numerous penalties for offside and holding On one occasion Georgia lost 30 yards on three plays by two 15 yard penalties for holding and an opportunity to score FIRST SCORING Georgia’s first touchdown came early in the ihird period The drive began from Georgia's 38 yard line NORTHWESTERN BIG TEN CHAMP CHAMPAIGN III Nov 2L— (TP)— Disregarding next Saturday's charity games whiih he said were "nntiof the regular schedule on which coaches base their plans for the season" Prof Frank (4 Dickinson of the University of Illinois originated of the football scoring system which hears hi8 name today revealed his findings showing Northwestern to be the Big Ten champion Prof Dickinson said he would announce a net standing next week which will Include the charity games but offer today's standing as final: Northwestern with five victories PINEVIELE Ia Nov 21 — (UP) — over Ohio State Illinois Minne- Iouisiana Tech mantalned its record as one of the few undfeated teams in the country today by defeating Louisiana college 7 to 0 in one of the most thrilling games ever seen here The game was a feature of the annual homecoming celebration at Louisiana college Today's victory strengthened Tech's claims to the S I A A championship DUQUESNE BEATS sota Indiana and Iowa compiled 24 points with Ohio which tied with Michigan for four victories and one defeat second with 23 and Michigan third with 21 NEBRASKA WINS BIG SIX TITLE LINCOLN Neb Nov 21 — (iD— Dashing an nffenese marked by power and versatility tlie University Nr i ve cit l is s °l Nebraska trounced Iowa State JL A A L I A lJi college liere today 23 to 0 to win PITTSBURGH Nov 21 — tP) — the 1931 Big Six rnnferenee eliani- Wilson tm e j I luq uesne defeated North Dakota pion-hip Goal off elevpn yards and a few minutes university 13 to 7 todav avengingi Whereas pre-game forecasts In-later MeLawhorn shot mound his a 1 930 defeat and spoiling the t rlir-atocl a close hatlp the Corn- Kliekertails' undefeated record A j ilgkPr vj(torv a complete rout ri-owd of 6000 sat in a drizzling rain fop (hp Iowan’s TOURNEY STARTS AT MYERS PARK Xrnily M) golfer have pruned thr Park cluh tournament for th president's tinphr donated hv If D Hoi ton Match pliy pairing have already been drawn with at ont one limit h to he played each week Thft following pairinps have been Getting the hall on its own 4 3- n """T?'1 hv u- ' 'annon (hair-ard line after Sc h waltz's boots had GIVE THANKSGIVING DAY A NEW FACE in other words give it a spicy change by going to Tenners for dinner and getting a feast un-equaled for bounty quality and variety Tenner’R Is known as the greatest seafood emporium in the Carolinas TAKE BER OUT TO DINN I- R AT LEAST ONCE A Wll K where mends TO EAT 221 West Trade Street gained a wide advantage Notre lum opened a 55-ail march for the tint touchdown of the game Pfhwmtz flipped a lone pns in ‘ Chuck' JnkwH h good for 3!) MitiN and placing the hall nn the Trojan IG-vard lino Schwartz and I! ints curried it with Jmr drivcq to Mm nne-ird line where Fanat hurdled center for thp sore Jjk-wichs kb k for the rvti i point wa sond and Notre imo led 7 to 0 F!oorn-as the fjrn half ended h down I E 1)1 NG Hopes the aide lines for a touchdown onl ‘'lighting Irish’ rook the tha ftret plav of the third quarter i nr r third X’rod the Trn set off a hurst of scoring fire worksit hopes fell In I ho lowest depths todav that gae Turdue university of Kne starting on thelrowni a smashing 19 to 0 victory over ln-'Janl line otrc Dame carried' diana tinhersitv In their tiaditlonal ho hall mrr for a touohdnwn on O 8 McCartv a E E MrCanirn A P Waddell s Michael Wise C A Aant i Jack: Dorett Raymond Hadiev vs E Weil T M Phillips vs R c Page Jim Hobbs s W Naft Ed Wright s C C Graves Jr Wade Hayward va H Cannon J R Hendrrson vs C B Rosa Jr Ben Wiche Jr vs j Lawrrnce Jonet Jos P Fmtth vs Guv FIcW J W Pcntarost s Kail Waters Junius Smith Qhas Blackburn n C P Ross 8r J P Vntght Kerley Grice J D Klutz is j o Smith J Thurston Kiser bje John Demp-sr as F P Bridges M H Wilson bye Clarence Ell vs Dr E T White D L Htlton ss r Hadley J M Case ss bve C O Miller is bye R H Morrison vg W G Berk Jr ROANOKE BEATS EMORY & HENRY IlooMcr football scrap All the Jloilermaker points were uored in the third period Moss blocked Jones punt nnd fell on it for the second totuhdnwn and Horstmnn did off Indiana a left tackle for the third TEAM UNBEATEN IN SEVEN YEARS Tl LOOP A Ala Nov 2i— (jP) — Tuuralnosa high sihnol football toani undrfvatod for sovon voais lit 63 game has issurd a challenge to any high aclinnl in the nation for a game November 56 27 nr 28 to bo plaved for the benefit of dimity Coach A1 Clemons said today Tuscaloosa could not play at homo on any of the three dates hut would accept a game anywhere for actual traveling expenses provided the receipts of the game went to charity Coach Clemens said the opponent must come under the same eligibility rules that govern the Alabama high school athletic association BUCKEYES BEAT rvaeily four play Schwartz again si aided the pal-ole hv tosstng a literal to Rav iti-a ip lira ii who went to the Tiolan 4 6-jard sliipr- Schwartz circled Ills right end for seven mote t( tip-39-vaid line and then tossed a wide lateral pass to Ranas who made a prdtv catch mnning and stumbling lo the three-jard mark Schwartz then sliced over his right tackle for tiie touchdown Getting the hall on Notre Dante's 48-vard line tip Troians Orville Mohler and Gus Shiver passed and smashed to the Notre Home 15-vard line as the third period ended It was at this point tliit Rav Spading the Trojan's great end stepped Into die breech Taking a lateral pas on a perfect cnd-aiound play he raced to die one-jn-d line after1 which Shaver easily bounced ( through Ins right tackle to score Top Kurtli broke through to block Raker's try for die extra point SA I KM a Nov 2l(('Pl — Roanoke (ollcge nosi d out Emory nnd llenrv 7-ti In a toltedv fought football (ontest liete today Gtnorv and llenrv scored early In the first quarter Eller advanced lo tiie 15 vnrd line from mid field on nn end rttn and letpri went around end for the tomhdovvn A pass for the extia point was hatted (low II Roanoke was held in check until the third period l’lirvine recovered an Emmy and Henry fumble near die goal line lo pave the wav for Hi' touchdown which ramo when Matthews tossed a slioit pas over the goal )meN Petersen Barnett hiikml the extra point f-orl plarp-i-k tit left end for 13 He was pushed out of hounds on the two yard snipe lie had failed to make first down however because of a previous five yard penalty and In the two remaining tries State found South Carolina's line too lough to handle Rain fell sparingly during thp Iasi half making die field slightly slippery hut neither team seemed to particularly mlml it Some 4 (ton spectators were on hand for t tie contest which marked the fourth lime Hie home team Was victorious 111 Columbia this year South Carolina's first touchdown started on her own 4!) yard line Wolfe cracked the line for thiee yards and followed with six ionic Blount made it first down A pass Wolfe to Laval was ruled ipter-feted with hv Wilson and a 15 yard gain resulted Steadily knocking at the Wolf-pack line the hall vvas earned to the ono half yard tine for a first down hut onlv one trv was needed to tallv Fleming carried it ovet from center The second South Carolina touchdown was srot'ed nn the nprning plav of the fourth quarter hut the wav had been paved by a late thud period assault to walch the game Underdogs as the team lined lip the Dukes showed versatility and strength to down the invader ARMY SWAMPS URSINUS 54- Lewis Blown who last Saturday hauled the Kansas Aggie game out of the fire with a 70-yard return of a punt electrified the 1 2000 onlooker todav when he raced 80 cards for another touchdown with Hornet- Key ripping oft enough yardage to carry the ball to Auburn's 33 yard line AV'hire made the first down on Auburn’s 21 yard mark and Mott another first down on the Tiger 11 yard marker on third down and five to go ‘Whirs sub at fullback for Gilmore made it around right end for the touchdown Smith’s placement failed When tlin third period ended Georgia had the hall on Auburn’s 18 yard line and at the opening of the fourth quarter Mott rammed the line to the Tiger two and on the next play went over Smith's kick for the point failed again Their barks to the wall brought the Tigers to their greatest fighting pitch and within a few minutes had soared to a touchdown on a bullet like 23 yard pass from J’hlpps to Rogers MICH I E STADIUM West Point N Y Nov 21 — (D — The Army eleven taking a breather before its Idg games with Notre Dame and Navy trounced little T'rsinus todav 54 to 6 With K V Stecker slashing half-back gaining almost at will the Army routed Ursinus In the first half to score 40 points SECOND SCORE Capt Miles Rlnunt who has hurdle- carried the hall this year was the big noise In the touchdown march Starting with the hall on their own 36 yard line (lie Gamecock paraded up the field in sure fashion Shinn made eight yards and Rlnunt followed with five Wolfe cracked the line for six and Blount made the first down with four mote Wolfe again carr'rd it for six yards and again Bount tepped in to bring a first down with an eleven yard spin The Wolfpack line was unable to hold the quick charging Smith Carolinians Two five yard gains bv Blount made it first down nn States' one and onp half vard line and in two tries the Carolina lap-tain carried it arrows for a triirh-dow-n Cobh at tackle and Rose at end plaved sperlarular hall for Slatp while the entire backl'ield looked good in it's hidden hall stunts Mc-Quiige made several pretty returns of punts The linmpv: South Carelin To s N C Stats laral I It rurnrau Adair I T t'ohb MARYLAND LICKS r r CHARLOTTE CUBS TIE BELMONT 0-0 Special to Tht Charlottt Observer BELMONT ov 21— The Charlotte Cubs 315-pound team yesterday hold the Belmont hisfh Midgets to a eoorelesi tie in a fine exhibition of defensive football The Midcets threatend to ore once but Conrad fumbled when tackled on the one-vard line and Eugene Lawing the Cuba alcit center pounced on the ball Berg punted to safotv Broome nnd ('lcmnier starred for Belmont and Wylie Center Berg and Martin played bc?t for tho Cubs Mrs R T StrMipc Rahr R F Rntf Wolff Q B MrQiia Hamhrtffht HR T Wilson Firming H B MrLuwhorn Blount F B Klnkrn Srorr hr prrlod: South Carolina 00 1 i — Cl N C Stair 0 A 0 0— 0 South Carolina arorinf: TnurhdoVm Firming Blount and Wolfe Points afler touchdown: It a Jerk 2 and Wolfe (plarrklrk) Officials: Jark Black iOavid’ton) referee Fverett Slrupprr (Ga Tech) umpire Dirk ('arrinpton (Virginia) head linesman Brlre (Auburn) field judge W AND L 13-6 TIGERS TUTTLE TIMID Georgia came back seeking to increase tho score and hy a 56 yard dash by Mott reached tho Auhur 10 yard line but four plays failed to shove It over nnd the Tigers took possession on the three yard line The Auburn kick was short and Georgia again had tho ball on Hue 33 yard line within striking distance of the Auburn goal but the Tigers line was fighting mail rushed Downes who stepped back to pass forced -him to fumble and Artall recovered to save the Tigers front fur ther danger Phipps tried another series of passes In a bold effort to tie the score but none of them were effective and after getting possession of tho ball Georgia tried only line plays and had just completed a try nn fourth down in the center of the field when the game was concluded Auburn r Georgia Grant L K Smith MeCnllum I T Rna Molpm LG Patterson Jordan Cen ter Bilrhellor Chamhless RG Bennett Bush (C) R T Hamrirk Ariall R K Miller Williams Q R Sullivan Hitchcock L H Chandler Foffri R H Moran Brown FB Gllmor ft— n ft— 12 Auburn 0 0 Georgia 0 0 Krorlng touchdowns Auburn linger Georgia Whlre (sub for Gilmore) Mott (sub for Chandler) r-OLUEGE PARK Md Nov 21 — IP) — Maryland scored Pa fourtn Southern conference football vlc-Inry at Ihe expense of a fighting Washington and Lee eleven 13 U 5 in Bvrd stadium todav before Home-coming Day crowd of 5500 The Old Liners scored touchdowns in the second and fourth periods with the Generals register ing late in the final quarter on a 55-yard forward run nns after an Intercepted QALISBI'K V Nov 2J-H ! O nounted tonight by C icP) — His "Little fchx” all sUr team was an-harlio Moran head coaf It at Catawba college inisii norr ftor that Ihe jrnme assumed ofrp Dame rout On tlir break of Catawba and Appalachian placed three men each in illegal Interference with a PR' Tt t iktatc AC fY ro‘rl'rr the Troians not the hall on lLLliN UlO) 4U'U Notre Ihtnir 21-vard line and ear' BoUnon Catawba end Mahoney Appalachian ried it over on five piny- Mu'" i m jion left guaM making a hcautiliil iln-li around In- OHIO STADIUM Columbus Nov 21 — (--Scarlet and gray clad football players from Ohio State ambled up and down Touchdown street here tins afternoon and gave the University of Illinois eleven the worst Hiking it ever received fiom an Ohio team The final score was 40 to 0 left cod for the la-t to yard- on a wide lalrrea! pas from Mohler Tills time Raker made the evtra point Great offensive play bv Sparling and Shaver who worked a pas formation that netted 40 "trds gv Tiie (ram follows: left Inkle im- Elon left guaid Robinson High Tomt center Sa- ovvitih leomr Rhvne right guard -tuith Appalachian r-ght tackle Haywood Ginlfmd i g y t end NNiline- Catawba quarter Newton Lenoir Rhyne h a I rhif k A ppi na itis Catawba halfback Walker Appalachian fullback Ilonotahle mention went to Cory of High Eoint and Triplett of Appalachian Both are halfbacks DIXIE SPECIAL Wholesale f0 rV FOBPolkO price xj)iDl (not prepaid) Md up emfi- for th mf blood'd bov of tb Muith who want plenty e4 note end bin Contatn rHe §nec of firework ft" lifted below and would r oat you nearly 500 hi any retail Order your aaeortment today at (he wholeaale price -wily 250 SPECIAL (For ooiT boT) lOOO "Big Bnf ArtdlMT’’ 3 inrh $425 prepftS Retail Value Retail Value Irtft J Gannon SeJutee10n 12 Penny Plaeh Seiutee 1 J 200 Flaahlight Crackr ft 0 12 Graeahnpper 12 25 2 Flaeh 25 12 Glttfatra — 25 32 Ftec Cannon Seiutea 20 JO 5 Thunderbolt 2 No 1 Skr Bomh 10 5 Pkf Mend arm Crack Rtf Roman Candlee 60 era 6 Sky Rocket (Stare) 60 1 Dar Go Bomb No 1 32 N ip per Chater 12 30 Sparkler 1 VTwftlinf Tricif Peer Punk for Itfhrinf Bomb — - 13 Total retail value 4 At 25 10 15 BIG 32 PAGF FTRFVORKS CATALOG 5FNT FRF1 5 ym prefer to make trp your own aaeoftmmt Boy at wholeaale and frt the mot hr poor money SPENCER FIREWORKS CO Tolk Ohio When Good Times Are So Near— You need moke no elaborate preparation toenjoy them You can motor to Finehurst in a few hours over smooth state roads There you’ll find a delightful land of long-leafed pines friendly sunlight 5 famous DJ Ross golf courses and other outdoor sports in perfection Tiltphrmt or writ t General Office Pine-hurst N C for retenations or pregram tf eients PROGRAM OF EVENTS GOLF: 11th Annua! 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