Fort Worth Star-Telegram from Fort Worth, Texas on October 15, 1933 · 9
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TAR aTELEG IMEP I I for to !roc-- I S 1 TfixAs OFFENSE I He'd Like to See You Thursday at Downs FAILS TO IA f CLICK 1 '-'-‘-' -''' -'' - ': " ' - - '''' -----' -' -'' i5' ':4'N ' ''---' ' ''' ' s' :- ' ' ''' ‘! ' -4:')::'''z E''' t N'r -k:: : 1:': e sit ''' f:''' " ' : :1 2' ' ''-?i''! ::4 :: : ' ::: :N':' '') :' -'' '1' 'i' 'Z''''' :K' : i :' '' s ' I X 4 Sooners Overcome 14-Year Jinx and cktahomans Are Outweighed tut Outplay Their Foes to a Game at Dallas DALLAS Oct 14—The Univei- ty Olaahoma football team overaree a 14-ye1r-ol1 jinx here today ind defeated the University of Texas to ta in their annual game oativeiahed Se TWA pounds to the tan the Oklahoma line outplayed a zaan Texas line awl the Longhorti oaaasta manila Bohn Hilliard its stela!' hilfaack never could get goitm !A:t hi the fourth period when saTas of desperate last chance long 'tsses offered a mild threat aaTlie Oklahoma superiority was not elaancea until late in the second poiaa Taben it garnered what even-1 aia'ay proved to be the winning pointsi aaar unusual fashion The Longhorns got the ball on the eiaraeld stripe and with the pigskin rava ent of their poasesaion were a:shed stendilr back until a very bad ass from Carroa Bell the center aaaal over the Texas goal line for ant tton!atie safety countirz 2 points A 15-var1 penalty for clipping aatinst treTat and the etheated to lloh Dunlap whose play stood out -r Th? Sooners' contributed to the ok:ahotna touchdown in the third serial After the penalty Dunlap booted tap to the Longhorn 12-yard line Trrere it was dawned without return ilrries R Had lock one of today' oars from Texas made his one mis73'te 'hen he fumbled a pass from :-!tt! and Oklahoma recovered on 're Syard line A line play failed 'eta the Texans fighting desperately ea their own goal line and the Soon milekly switched tactics- Dunlap airoal left end for the touchdown Tong converted from placeaont aa the thousands of Oklahomans ia the huze stadium went wild Trait eTaled the days scoring chances ard thp piny for the remainder of the vr' ss3weti up and down the heavy with Dunlap and John Max-: substitute end for Texas measurs a: kicks The peculiar safety came about In wtse: Dunlap got off one of kis twe weak ki(ks It goin-z onla avais and Texas getting the ball to the midfield stripe making subsararien s required too much time Ira that coat the Longhorns- five !ards Hob'ang cost another 15 A fac pass lost five more Then came magnifieent heate over the goal A far as first downs were con-e 'er Texas outplayed Oklahoma la: a ::l and the Lonzhorns alao- corneizht paases tta aaainst one Soaners gained with Texas aosa 22 times however and the 4)k:11811f resorted to the air but five Me game was played on a some' rra' heavy field whieh handieapped so al plays It was witnessed by a trawl of It proroximatelr 15040) s many of them from Oklahoma lineup: taaahama—Coker re Gentry rt rz Fleetwood e: Bashara la t taarris le Dunlap it 1- rh Long lh Poyner lb lavas—aanzer re Coates rt I:a rz: Smith e Smartt 1g Nits-!tar t: Gray le recap q Arnold rj: Iladloak lb: Preibisch fla aeare by periods: ra 0 2 7 ---9 TTlar 0 0-0 seotang: Touchdown raa:ta point from try after touchaaa Long safety automatic eta-ads—Bo:ratan taVilliams) refraa : K ilea 4 MissisarPpi ) umpire Itayinr) head linesman Moon Wa-laraoana field judge Purdue Gains Tie With Minnesota ort c"-' a 7 tq 7 tie in its opening Big fl rageinent by coming back in lnal period to match the Minne- "'a -7Pb tqr tht second quarter toUrlitiolVrn Carrie 'When Aifonse went over from the :4-34"'t stripe at the end of the third R s‘rri!4 of e-coring threats l'!-Ir-'ne evened the count when Ilas'7 1!-?Atittlte halfback crasheil t end of a march that be-with interception of a Minnesota 4--t Pttth extra point tries were r4ii "rowd estimated at 30000 saw vme em 0000 See Trojans Beat Gaels 14 to 7 LOS ANGELES Oct 1 E —nunrj its unbroken string of vietorieft '2o slieepice gap tep the powerful r'dy of Southern Colifornin t4rig dfqtteti St Nary' m 1-1 to 7 s41(P40) petotons itere SnturtiaY STANTON SUBDUED k ( t Latneka Toruadovg to-e111 team (IP- '1 Ito Stanton High 84 boo' first III etc' Saturday :24i to 114 Col Bill Terry Gets Big Hand In Home Town By 4 ssociated Press MEMPHIS Tenn Col William Harold Terry took a ride down Main Street in a flag-draped automobile Saturday It wais the- same old Main Street he'd known all the years hut the flags were out and the bands were playing So many people too—there were thousands of them lining the sidewalks waving handkerchiefs throwing their bats into the air and cheering TLey were blowing horns also and joining in the line f march behind the official car carrying Colonel Terry in the parade Memphis was welcoming "Memphis Bill" home again The manager of the world champion New York Wants S receiving the acclaim of thousands in a mammoth eelebration- that swept down Main Street from one end to the other The cheering procession finally wound up at the courthouse where licathins Overton dapper little may Or waited on the steps "We knew all along Bill Terry was a good baseball player" he said but we didn't know he would reach the pinnacle so quickly" Without further ado the mayor detailed the virtues of the distinguished citizen and concluded by presenting hini with a tsommission as colonel on the staff of Governor Hill McAlister The celebration in which 1Irs 'ferry and the Terry children participated was carried on into the night with a public banquet at which the Elks presented him with expensive tributes Arizona Teachers Beat N M Aggies FLA STA Fr -Wt 14 —AriziAvi State Teachers College of Flagstaff defeated the New Ntexien Aggies 13 to 7 in a Border Conference football game here today The Lumberjacks were trailing 7 to G as the game entered the third quarter Then Bill tieiszi quarterback intercepted an - Aggie pass and Nicol 52 yards to scoring turf The fleet quarterhaa eluded five Aggie tacklers as he sped down the sidelines barely keeping within bounds The break that gave the Aggies their touchdown came in the second period itaird New Mexico tpuirterback punted 40 yards and Hatch 1411 10 brrj ek halfback fumbled the ball the visitors reeoveting on the Flagstaff l!ro aril line Several line drives advanced the bail to the one-fotA line tind tiom Trogstend carried it across lag's place kick was good - FORT WORTH TEXAS Where the West Begins SUNDAY OCTOBER 15 1933 Hundreds of track fans-to-be will journey Out to Arlington Downs this morning to attend the second "open house" of T Waggoner and sons With only five more days before the barrier 'goes up on the first raee of the 'reins Jockey Club s 21-day meet impatient turtmen and thor oughbred enthusiasts are due to take advantage of the opportunity to mill around the track wateh some of the ave horses take workouts' and inspect the plant Last week 1500 fans turned out for the first open house An even larger number is expected -today No regular races will be staged but fast workouts and exhibitions of au informal nature will make up the progrann Trainer Dick Vestal of the Three D Stables said Saturday that :several red white and blue horses would be put through their paces for the visitors Among those expected to work are Liberty Limited tjuntre Bras 2nd Money Getter Open Range and Morning Cry T C Worden will - probably work Trinchera and Rubio both of which have been nominated for the Fort Worth Ilandieap due next Saturday Trinchera is a former Three D racer Village N'amp galloper from the Miami Stables and Norman Chureh's big runner Sundot are scheduled to train C Leroy King's Mr Sponge -one of the crack horses now on hand will also be seen as will rari-Matuel W Graham is expected to work Cambridgeshire imported horse from Chile which is also entered in the Fort Worth Itandiiqip niskulum and "ma Count two Church eolor bearers entered in the Inaugural are due to Ivork at day-' break but it is possible that these NEW 01tLEANS Oct bine came out of a bog of fumbles to win 20 to 0 over Mary imul here today in a ragged football game Time and again Tu lane brought the ball into touchdown territory in the first half but could not overcome 10 fumbles of the backfield and the half ended 0 to 0 - The tireen Wave gave an exhibition of old time ortn in the fourth quarter and ran wild over the old liners scoring two touchdowns On 50 and 60 yards runs after putting over one in the third ' " ---- YALE VICTORS and it eleat Lonkhorns DOVills I CENTENARY AND - - S L U S BATTLE TO 141 5 44 ' ' SCORELESS TIE n 4 irck 1 Ile—Po Ionian—and 1000 others meet ever held In the Southwest Wider the auspices of the Texas like him---will be Seeite you at Ar- This smart fellow belongs to the J Jockey Club He is the three-year-old lington Downs Thursday if you're out O Burttschell string brought here son of Over There and is a gray for the opening of the biggest racing for the 2I-day meeting to be conducted gelding ' Second 'Open House' Will Be Held Today at Downs two speedsters- will wait until the etowd begins to arrive General Pulaski and Skunner Lone :ar Stable entries will be among the late workers and W C Releherrs Lamporte a 2-year-o1d bred at the Three 1) Farm will be breezed No new arrivals were reported at the Downs Saturday However spe- cial trains that left Chicago and St Louis Friday are due in Sunday or Monday Judge Joseph A Murphy general director of the meet was more enthusiastic faturday after two visits to the Downs Ile announced that plans were being rushed to completion for the opening day next Thursday Many other officials of the meet are due to arrive Sunday or 'Monday Fans should take a speeial look at Trinehera today This horse recently won five starts hi a row at Chicago setting two track records and heating some of the best bets of the season Mr Sponge and Pari-Mutuel are also famous stake winners Elaborate plans for opening day have been comfiletedAmong the guests of honor will be Vice President John Garner Postmaster General James A Farley Will Rogers Governor 'Miriam Ferguson and her staff as well as many other well known public figures The stables of Phil neuter and Ed Naughton are scheduled to arrive at the Downs Sunday - Among the owners expeeted Monday are J D Mikel with lti head A A Itaroni with the same - numl)ert A 'I Foster with five and Itruee Johnson with an unannounced number jockeys J Malzen D Wright and Jack Westrope are also due Westrope is the West's leading rider of the year Tulane Fumbles 'Army Takes Easy Much but WinsWin Over Delaware WEST PoINT N Y Oct It — Army Saturday rode roughshod over little Delaware to score a 52-0 vietory nearly every member of the Cadet Nvind seeing action in preparation for the game against Illinois nest Saturday at Cleveland NEW HAVEN Conn Oct 14— After a MOW start l'ale put On item in the final three periods to seore 14 to 0 vietory Saturday in their intersectional Mash with Washington and Lee - Game Is Packed With Thrills but Defense of Each Side Can Not Be Penetrated RATON ROUGE La ' Oct 14— Centenary College and Louisiana State University battled to a scoreless tie tonight in a grid game packed- with thrills in which neither team could overcome the other's stout resistance Wm Kansas State Runs Over Missouri U COTXMBIA Mo Oct it —A highly effective aerial attack directed by Quarterback Lee Morgan combineet with rushes manned principally by Capt Ralph Graham fullback gave the Kansas State College a 33 to 0 victory over the Missouri Tigers in their first Big Six Conference title game of the season here Saturday Morgan passed 27 yards to Halfback Oren Stoner for the first touchdown and to Dougal Russell halfback for another in the first half Grahams relentless line charges brought two touchdowns and Torn Bushby made the other on a tackle smash after a pass Morgan to Graham took the ball within scoring range Duke Breaks Long Vol Win Streak DUMIAM N C Oct it —Tennessee's :31year unbeaten record was broken today as Duke -humbled the mighty Volunteer football team 10 to 2 A roaring homecoming crowd of 22000 looked on as the fine Devils broke Tennessee's string of 26 victories in a pulse pounding battle wtili a field goal in the second period and a touchdown in the final quarter A safety in the last quarter accounted for the Vols' score CM Ohio State Beats Vanderbilt 20 to 0 - COLUMBUS Ohio Oet State defeated Vanderbilt University 20 to 0 here Saturday afternoon in an intersectional game before 21000 persons Ohio scored in the first second and fourth quarters and was holding the ball on the Commodores' 4-yard line when the game cruled The Buckeye lineup was riddled at day long with substitutions the varsity never playing together for more than five minutes Illinois Wallops Wisconsin 21-0 CHAMPAIGN I11 Oct flois decisively outplayed Wisconsin Saturday 111 to 0 in the onening Western Conference game for both teams scoring in every period ekeept the first A 74-yard dash by LPS Lindberg sophomore- halfback climaxed a field day for Coach Zuppke's team A double pass and sturdy - rushing plays accounted for the first two touchdowns respectively - Pitt Panthers Rip Navy Team Apart PITTSBURG'' (frt 14— Pittsburghs powerfnl Panthers ripped Navy apart Saturday winning one of the East's outstanding football duels of the day to B before a crowd estimated at 45000 Hub Random sophomore latek seored twice in Pites three-touchdown splurge in the third quarter HOUSTON FOX TERRIER WINS KENNEL HONORS LLAS Oct 14-1'ia Ora -Vanity lady wire fox terrier owned by Alex Mitchell of IlOuston Sallirday won first 'honors in the Texas Kennel Chill Show here over Punch Drunk $000 male wire terrier owned by Hardie Albright Hollywood motion picture" actor - - Other awards included - Airedale Terriers-Ilest female and best of winners 1liss Ectypson of Idle-wood nowed by Idlewood Kemiels Chambhse era - Smooth Fox Terries—Best male and best of winners Major Iloople owned by J W Loving Columbus Miss Best female -El N'ern's Vamp Owned by El Vern Kennels Waco - Best of Breed for Specials- Only— Ch Dandihaines owned by Mr and Mrs A E Kissinger Paris Texas Vineeot Cher leo reserve Par 'toe quarterbaek earne from the same high $chool at White Plains N Y as 'rosy Alasziotti Notre Dame's sophomore Will you be "speaking the 'language" this month when you visit Arlington Downs? If you're not acquainted with this sport's jargon this column will be a dish for you Horace Wade young novelist who is here with General Manager Murphy has prepared a list of terms with explanations that'll give you a running start on your uninformed friends Saturday two young men stood on a downtown corner and argued One made impassioned gestures of disgust "What! That dog? Why he couldn't step six panels in less'n a year and a half runnin' downhill with the wind at his back" His friend dissented 'volubly "Nix! Ile'll make them other platers look like they're anchored in sand He ran away andhid from 'Ku on the Frying Pan Circuit and he'll trounce 'em on the Big Apple too" A scholarly looking gentleman of distinguished mien tapped him lightly on the shoulder and cleared his throat "Pardon me sir but may I be so bold as to inquire what language you two speak? I am a linguist of note but must confess—" The first man eyed him with infinite disgust "It's the lingo of the turf friend straight from the old feed box It's the real McCoy as the grapevine'll tell you and—" But the stranger bad departed How's your racing lingo?—vocabulary to you Understand: "dog" "stake horse" "frying pan circuit" or "big apple"? That sort of thing is happening in many places in the vicinity of Arlington Downs The gab makes a picturesque language that belongs to horse racing alone It's slangy but expressive and glamorous It's net and strange here but old and well known in cities where the sport has carried on for years It doesn't take long to learn the A B Cs of the language and already -Texans have acquired a smattering of turf phraseology A month ago "straight" "place" and "show" would have been just so much "Greek" Today many know that "straight" means first "place" second and "show" third It's all easy Let's open our school books and let Professor Wade explain further to us the meaning of terms in this new tongue Here we go PLATER—A horse which runs in the claiming ranks ' so called because in the old (lays horses used to run for a piece of plate The claiming rule was devised to keep owners from racing their horses out of their proper (lass ' Any horseman can "claim" or buy a horse out of a claiming race for - the priee at which he has been entered and otherowners are therefore afraid to enter high class horses in these events Other races are known as "allowance" affairs in which certain allowances of weight are made the various entries A "handicap" however finds the thoroughbreds handicapped by weight which is assigned by an expert racing secretary and which bring the horses' chances closer together Other terms explained briefly are: FURLONG—An eighth-of-a-mile also known as "panel" FRYING PAN CIRCUIT—The small half-mile tracks of the 'sticks" or rural districts Also known as the Leaky Roof Circuit and the "bullrings" BIG APPLE—The major tracks of the country FEED-BAG—A term used by race players now meaning good information from the stables GRAPEVINE ROUTE-----The mysterious system of the turf whieh tells all bears all knows all Whispered phrases are known as the "grapevine" ItOOTERS—Another rame for the jockeys known as "pilots" "helmsmen" etc : APPRENTICE—A boy with a five-pound allowance in the weights he is entkled to this "apprentice" or "ling" for one year after riding his first winner Ile is known as an apprentive or "bug" rider MAIDEN—A horse which has not won a Fa ee PILOT-SEAT — The saddle the jockey occupies Known as - the "throne" etc TAcKstaddle equipment BAT—A whip OVERLAND ROUTE — Bringing the horse home the longest -way or on the outside of the opposition - FRONT RUNNER—horses - with an early burst of speed which prefer to break in front These horses are also known as being "on the Bill Daly" - - 81'HETcur RUNNER—Ilorses with good late speed which come from behind in the drive SPRINTERS—Performers which prefer a distance of a mile or treder RouTmts—Those which prefer a longer "route" or distance mortNING GLORY — A horse which works brilliantly in the morning but "41ogs" it it) the afternoon RUN-OUT BIT—Added equipment preventing a horse from running 'wide on the turns : PAY-STATION—The winner's circle cLAN TIIE BANGTAIL-- (CONTINUED ON PAGE 2) Strong Finish Gives Purple 20-0 Verdict Two Tosses Net Scores Simmons Puts Up Stout Defense When Frogs Near Goal Line Schmidtmen Register Two Touchdowns in Fourth Period After Taking Lead in Opening Quarter Walker Stars : t BY ITEM R HALL By starting fast and finishing strong Texas Christian University's Horned Frogs defeated Simmons University's Cowboys 20 to 0 in a football game here Saturday afternoon The Frogs had to take to the air to achive the victory They - found themselves stopped on running plays when they reached a scoring 'position but the stalwart and stubborn defense thrown up by the Cowboys' front line went for nothing when T C IT took to pass-1 ing A toss Howard Pulliam to Capt Jack Graves scored the first touch- FooTBAL : down while another Elbert Walker to Jack Langdon coumted the last one In between Langdon and Dan REs liarston collaborated on a blocked punt to add six points T C U scored once in the first quarter and twice in the fourth:- In those periods the Frogs were supported by a heavy wind which swept the field lengthwise from south to north In the second and third - quarters when Simmons had the wind advantage the Frogs could do little more than hold their own By using 33 players to his opponents' 17 - Coach Francis Schmidt managed to gain a physical advantage in the final 15 minutes ' The Christians clearly' earned the decisive victory They scored 18 first downs to four for Simmons gained 324 yards from scrimmage to 129 When they had the ball- in their own end of the field or shallow Simmons territory the Frogs gained consistently with their smashes and sweeps but when they got near the Cowboy 'goal they found that mode of attack lost its effectiveness Bernard Seeds a substitute center and Capt Carl Pee - were the men who spoiled the power plays By quick charges through the T C U line they nailed play after play before- they started for losses and no gains They got stout assistance from Otto Ilhome Odell Winters and G L Huestis T C U produced no outstanding performers but the ends and passers did all of the real damage Besides catching a toss for one touchdown Jack Langdon blocked the punt that resulted in another The ball careened off his chest back over the Simmons goal line and he was right with Dan liarston when the latter recovered it Of all the backs who took part in the passing Elbert Walker had the most success lie was On the throwing end of 10 of the 15 tried by the Frogs and completed 10 of them for an even 100 yards Two of the other three completed were thrown by liarston Pulliam plugged his one home for a touchdown George Kline and Charley Casper did most of T C U's gaining but Coleman and Kitchen did some nice running at times - - The Frog guards - Kellow and Brown tun! Center Darrell Lester played brilliantly on defense Coach Madison Bell of the Texas Aggies against whom the Frogs play here next -Saturday was among the 2500 spectators at the game Ile got to see little more than simple run and pass plays Simmons put on one offensive drive that threatened It dried up nine yards from pay dirt when a first down there was missed by inches One long pass and hard plunging by Pee and Hill carried the ball there from the T C 111 44-yard line Except for that one hid the Cowboys never came within 25 yards of a touchdown - T C U had several scoring chances they couldn't cash In the first five minutes Lester recovered a fumble just 19 yards from pay dirt After wasting one play on an illegal play the Frogs lost the ball when they missed a first down by Inches Again in the same period the Frogs rammed 32 yards to the 2-yard line only to be stopped there on the fourth down It was on the third bid that the Frogs scored Casper went around end for 12 yards and a first down on the nine-yard line Casper was then thrown for a six-yard loss by Hill Coleman gained two Itarston passed to Casper to place the ball a foot from the goal line - Casper actually went over on the play but the score wasn't allowed because he was in the grasp of an 0Pponent when he crossed Both teams were offside on the next two plays when plunges' failed On the sixth down of the series Pulliam passed to Graves in the end zone Pulliam kicked goal 1luestis was trying to punt from his own five-yard line when Langdon blocked his punt Walker missed the kick for point The Frogs marched 59 yards to their final score After two short gains Walker passed to Kline for a total pass and run gain of 31 yards There were two snore short gains on plunges and again Walker flipped to Kline for a long gain Kline went over the goal line but the score Wasn't allowed officials ruling his forward progress had been stopped on the two-yard line After two run plays failed to gain1 Walker passed to Langdon in the end zone Wallace added the point Players in the order of their appearanee and the number of minutes in the game: - - T C U FOOTBALL RESULTS1 tricoos- c1" liton (Note—Home team listed last) 3 Simmons O T C U 20 S M U 13 Rice 7 Baylor 7 Arkansas 19 Centenary 0 L S U 0 (tie) -- Oklahoma 9 Texas 0 South Dakota State 13 North Dakota 7 - Wheaton 8 Elmhurst 6 Chicago 40 AVashington O Georgetown College 0 Eastern Ken tueky Teachers O Hiram 13 Ohio Northern 7 St Olaf 14 Luther O Cornell College 6 Beloit 0 Harn line 0 St John's O McKendree 6 Missouri School Mines 7 Dubuque 31 Wartburg 7 Rio Grande 25 John Marshall O Indiana State 25 Manchester 6 'Valparaiso 35 Grand Rapids 7 American International College of - Springfield 13 Connecticut State College Freshmen 6 Kansas State 33 Missouri O Emory and Henry 7 Hampden Sydney O AVabash 20 Rose Poly 6 Otterbein 13 Marietta 7 Holbrook 23 Urbana 7 Davis Elkins 27 West Alrginits AVesleyan 6 Murray Teachers 20 Western Ken tuelty Teachers 6 Furman 14 Citadel O Tulane 20 Maryland O Lock Haven 6 Millerville O P M C 38 West Chester 6 Michigan College of Mines 27 Mar quette State Teachers O Hope College 19 Alma 12 Kalamazoo Collegs 21 Albion 6 Carroll 9 Ripon 7 - Coe 19 Carleton 0 - Western State Teachers (Kalamazoo Mich) 8 Iowa State Teachers 6 Tennessee 2 Duke 10 Alfred 12 Buffalo 12 (tie) C C New York 35 Rensselaer P 1 20 AVilliams 35 Union 20 Brooklyn 0 St Anselm's 27 Springfield 6 Brown 13 New Hampshire 0 Harvard 34 - Ohio AVesleyan 0 Syracuse 40 Virginia Military Institute 0 Davidson 6 Arnold 6 Rhode Island 13 Tufts 20 Middlebury 6 Colby 7 Boston University 9 - Coast Guard Academy 13 Trinity 0 - Alisconsin 0 Illinois 21 Earlham 0 Depauw 28 AVittenberg 6 Denison O Franklin 0 Ohio University 78 Ashland 19 henyon 0 Kentucky State 0 Wilberforce IX Detroit 7 Findlay 12 - Capital 0 Kent 13 Gallaudet 0 Al'ashington College 48 Bucknell 19 Villanova 17 Drexel 12 Juniata 7 ' Albright O La Salle 12 Indiana (Pa) 25 Bloomsburg 7- Purdue 7 Minnesota 7 (tie) Bethany O 'Waynesburg 49 Notre Dame 12 Indiana 2 Georgetown 20 Manhattan 20 (tie) Alabama Poly Institute 6 Georgia ' Tech 10 Mercer 0 Birmingham Southern 0 Lenoir Rhyne 6 Wofford 7 Guilford 6 Randolph-Macon 14 StLawrence 6 Rensselaer Institute 0 Hobart 13 Ilartwick O Cortland Normal 6 Ithaca Coll 41 - (tie) Stanford 0 Northwestern O Nebraska 20 Iowa State O Weatherford Jr College 26 A C C Freshmen O Murray Teachers 20 AVestern Ken '- tucky Teachers 6 Ment(na State 7 Wsonting O Illinois Normal 32 Eastern Illinois State Teachers 6 AVestern Union 0 Morningside 1 9 Ogelthorpe 12 Chattanooga 13 Jacksonville (Ala) Teachers 0 Middle Tennessee Teachers 0 Southwestern 14misiana 13 Louisiana Tech 7 University of South 12 Southwest- ern 7 AVilliams 0 Princeton 45 W Pitt 34 Navy 6 Mount St 31arys 6 St Vitteents 14- Carnegie Tech 3 Xavier Univer- 4 sity O -- 114wling Green 8 Baldwin 1Vallitre 5-6 Oberlin 0 1Vooster 6 Case 19 Altron 0 'aranee atm tne numner oz 11111111teS Case 19 Altrou O the game: F 31 0 l'enns)lvania 9 - T I - Univemity or Florida 0 North Caro Left End—Lsngdon (15) Myers Una State O - (CONTINUED ON PAGE - (CONTINUED ON PAGE 2) ' (' 'f sy mo" f 'I 1 " "2 I's 1 3 1 0 011 1 1 I AS1 IFY 0 " L I4A 2 1 1 FAILS Ti -: IIILLIA1 - COb-rlyns A I ' tut Outplay 1 1 -I V 41 a Gar -- 1 1 Oct $ sty o t Osiaboma I t-i-ts s 1-1-tstir-o1 -j irsi atfeated the 1 1 1) to ti in their ar I Awezhed Sere J ran the Oklahom i r-tr Texas line -! 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'tt - kt 'ttk- of-r-d a ra 1-T! 11Mahortia s -tl- ix1 U til la I '' i pr1 uht a it Ita ' t2sPy rroved to he "rt ---- u-uel ua 1 41 The Lonzhorns I -! rie11 stripe am " L-tvr et of thei '‘''' --heti stendilv bat - 1- i-A' froin Carros ever the Tes att-riat safety ' A reyarl pe r ann d ' arst TeTaa Af 1'1-h Dunlap wl I - " r the S'ooners zlk:allorza touchdo r---i Aft er the penal are to the Longl trere it was &wt 'rnes R lIadloci ' sr-A from Texas 430 when be fun - ttzr and Oklah --e Syard line -1 ta-th the Texans I - oa rheir own gAal P7:t qt:lekly switch ' lrt f conT ed left end -nt as the thou4a I tln huze stadit - Int (4Ided the d t-d the play for ft :-Te awd up a - f-d with Dunlal vs Institute end 1 rz licks p petuliar saf - 'r z" e s l' two ' we eaks li'itj — yunis anl Tex -4 Et- Tbs! midfield Ft -i-ionq require 1-1 that eocz th i r -i Ifoli'ing ec - ' i zo' 'a-s 104 five 4 -s mairnitioent A' 11-0 -I A far as first e'"zer Texas on 'i- 1: t :1 and the I i t--1 eizht passf : - Sooners gni '--Pa :2 times ho ::1 mans resorted ' I - -- ie game was tt heavy field or 41 plays It sz it ' 7s1 of rroxit : s many nf them - 'Tr- lineup: zzahorna—Cokt - ''''I - r- 171-etv- ' - 4- 1 t : rtrris 1 -i ap i th Long lb - - x—sanzer r for - 1-A rz Smith- el t- t: Gray la to r' ILir)rii Itt - r ? la by periods - 1: i-n - 71 Ing- ")hht‘rna K r2-!: point frit --- -: 1 wt lxe sa g fet I f ta1A14):VI) tr ''''' : K limey I Mia - r I Itaylorl he! -- '41:10- z"n) fiel4 Purdue G 4 r' c 1''-' With ri i 1- 41 N119iyo sLIS - - :'''' 1 4 141 4 t 14 t : :11 '1:a rt:4411ent I: t -° fral pee04 to gv 'a "e f)f 'Olt SP m - r -t- kitg tour ir-It'f'-tc k Aironee la s:' ' ri-ri stnpe at t: a r'-ies of 14411 1 ' l'd'"0 evnoil th a ralatirtzte : ' a' t i'F end of '''e'11 uh intercepti 4-4 110th extra rtt" 1 tA ''z'osr-d eatimat ' 000 See i - 1 Beat Gal i -OS ANGE11::4 its unbroken q '4 slicepli re ga 1( rut y of So 4-4trig dfoqi tf(1 S r 40 stija10 pen" ' I ' STANTON TAI‘ no --1 Tutd -1 tile Stanton Nod I ''sda tote Saturday e ) ( A t I t ' t it""'"I I ‘"1"I'''''z-- ' 'n ' ' 0 -- ' Ill f Finish ' I Longhorns - Purple 20-0 Verdict I cENTENARy AND 7: flp ''''- ' -T "1 :::: : Two Tosses Net Scores IL S II BATTLE TO ' ' ri : - SCORELESs TIE : f-t -19-3 ' ' 1':'--:' Simmons Puts UpStout Defense When Frogs rteZtei 4 a :- Near Goal Line Schmidtmen Register Two - - Game Is Packed With Thrill s Will you be "speaking the 'Ian- ' Touchdowns in Fourth Period After Taking Lead in Opening Quarter- Walker Stars but Defense of Each Side gunge" this month when you visit Ar- e lington DOWaS ? Can Not Be Penetrated If you're not acquainted with this s sport's jargon this column will be a BY ITEM R HALL dish for you ' DATON ROUGE La By starting fast and finishing strong Texas Christian centenary: College and Oct 14- Horace Wade young novelist who is Louisiana here with ' Manager Murphy General -lane -1 1u University's Horned Frogs defeated Simmons University's has prepared a list of terms tate University battled to a d hat with ex- Cowboys 20 to 0 in a football game here Saturday afternoon S score- 'eflations t'll give you a running less tie tonight in a grid game pack d i informed friends The Frogs had to take to the air to achive the victory They - ed with thrills in which neither team start on your un could overcome the other's stout re- — found themselves stopped on running plays when they Saturday to yong nd men stood on sistance 4 a downtown c worner ua reached a scoring 'position but the stalwart and stubborn made impassioned gestures of disgust a argued One -i uetense thrown up by the Cowboys' front line went for Kansas State Runs "What! That dog? Why he nothing when T C IT took to pass- couldn't step six panels in less'n a ing A toss Howard Pulliam to Capt 40 Over Missouri U - 110 i ' year and a half runni" n' downh wi ill th Jack Gravle es scored the first touch- - the wind at his back His friend dissented 'volubly down whi another Elbert Walker A L ' to Jack Langdon coumted the last er — "Nix! hell make them other plat- one In between Langdon and Dan COIXMBIA Mo Oct 14-A high- ers look like they're anchored in sand Harston collaborated on a blocked ly effective aerial attack directed by punt to add six points He ran as ay and hid from 'em on the Quarterback Lee Morgan combineet --0 --se rrying Plan-Circuit and he'11 trounce T C U scored once in the first ' with rushes manned principelly by r - ' c'' Capt Ralph Graham fullbauk gave em On t le Big Apple too' quarter and twice in the fourth In the Kansas State College a 33 to 0 A scholarly looking gentleman of those periods the Frogs were support- Wen victory over the Missouri Tigers in distinguished mien tapped him lightly ed by a heavy wind which swept the (Note-Home team listed last) 3 their first Big Six Conference title On the shoulder and cleared his throat field lengthwise from south to north Simmons O T C U 20 game of the eason here Saturday "e1 sir rd but may I be so In the second and third quarters S M U 13 Rice 7 sl a on me mr Morgan passed 27 stir& to Half- bold as to Inquire what language you when Simmons had the wind advan- Baylor 7 Arkansas 19 back Oren Stoner for the first touch- down and to Dougal Russell halfback but must confess-" than hold their own B two speak? I am a linguist of note tage the Frogs could do little more Centenary 0 L S U 0 (tie) y using 33 Oklahoma 9 Texas 0 for another in the first half Gra- The first man eyed him with in- players to his opponents' 17 Coach South Dakota State 13 North Dae ham's relentless line charges brought finite disgust Francis Schmidt managed to gain a kota 7 two touchdowns and Tom Bushby made the other on a tackle smash st "It's the lingo of the turf friend physical advantage in the final 15 Wheaton 8 Elmhurst 6 raight from the old feed box It's minutes : Chicago 40 Washington O after a pass Morgan to Graham took the real McCoy as the grapevine')" The Christians elearly earned the Georeetown College 0 Eastern Ken the ball within scoring range tell you and-'' decisive victory They scored 18 first lucky Teachers O o But the stranger bad departed downs to four for Simmons gained Hiram 13 Ohio Northern 7 ' 324 yards from scrimmage to 129 St Olaf 14 Luther O How's your racing lingo?-vocalm- Cornell College 6 Beloit 0 Hemline 0 St John's O Duke Breaks Long ry to you la When they had the ball in their Understand: "dog" "stake horse" mrtilsetnedrroitf Meliendree 6 Missouri School et VOI Win Streak -frying pan circuit" or "big apple"? 0 rt the t e the t lie field roorg shallow gained Se ionha sistently with their smashes and Mtn" 1 but when they got near the Dubuque 31 Wartburg 7 That sort of thing is happening in sweeps — many places in the vicinity of Ar- Cowboy goal they found that mode Rio Grande 25 John Marshall O " - Ber Indiana State 25 Manchester 6 e DURHAM N C Oct- 14-Tea- lington Downs The gab makes a Valparaiso 35 Grand Rapids 7 - nessee's :31year unbeaten record was picturesque language that belongs to of attack lost its effectiveness ' American International College of - broken today as Duke humbled the horse racing alone It's slangy but nerd Feeds a substitute center and College Freshmen 6 mighty Volunteer football team 10 expressive and glamorous Its neve cCpaopi Capt e 4 Ctahrel pPoewe e rw eplays re tli e Bm ye n q l'ati-he ko Springfield 13 Connecticut State 1 to 2 and strange here but old and well charges through the T C U line they A roaring homecoming crowd of known in cities where the sport has nailed play after play before they Kansas State 33 Missouri O 22000 looked on as the nine Devils carried on for years It doesn't take started for losses and no gains They Emory and Henry 7 Hampden e broke Tennessee's string - of 20 vie- long to learn the A B Cs of the Ian- got stout assistance from Otto Rhome Sydney O Otterbein 13 Marietta 7 tories in a pulse pounding battle wtill gunge and already -Texans have ae- Odell Winters and G L Huestis Wabash 20 Rose Poly 6 a field goal in the seeond period and quired a smattering of turf ph ras e- - a touchdown in the final quarter A °logy A month ao "straiht" Holbrook 23- Urbana 7 performers but the ends and passers safety in the last quarter accounted "place" and "show" g g would have been ' T C U produced no outstanding Besides Davis Elkins 27 West Virginia did all of the real damage for the Vols' score just so much "Greek" Today many ANesleyan 6 catching a toss for one touchdown lucky Teachers 6 — a know that "straight" means first Jack Langdon blocked the punt that Murray Teachers 20 Western hen I place" second and "show" third a Ohio ae eas s all Let s open our school Stt Bt It' easy ' fil:roktahsepaiet(1:(11edloe(ftlalsrolheosTrssobti 1111Isfitdexplain :de etxoiult off resulted eihne satn obtaheehr 0 1Tehre the Simmons se iamr careened neds maTzooulan3e1i2c0h)M8ariloaida Furman 14 Citadel O - d - Van erb lit 20 to 0 I 111BUa' Ohio Oct 4 -Ohi further to us the meaning of terms in this new tongue Here we go - ' goal line and he was right with Dan Harston when the latter recovered it Of all the backs who took part in ------ most success the passing Elbert Walker had the Lock Haven 6 Millerville O P M C 38 West Chester 6 Itlichigan College of Mines 27 Mar lie was on the throw- quette State Teachers O "") 4 '- '' ' - - ° PL kTER-A horse which runs in jag end of 10 of the 15 tried by the I State defeated Vanderbilt University ' ranks ' - ' persons Ohio scored in the first second (mond and fourth quarters and was holding the a(-111- their tee claumpg so called because roes am coral p ate e c aiming rule three completed a lope College 19 Alma 12 an even 100 yards Two of the other Carroll 9 Ripon 7 - - r was devised to keep owners from ston Pulliam plugged his one home Western State Teachers (Kala racing horses f their for a touchdown eir orsts out o t len' proper th were thrown by liar- Coe 19 Carleton O - ers 6 °State Teach- : I 20 to 0 here Saturday afternoon in Frogs I Acted 10 of them for Kalamazoo College 21 Albion 6 1 an intersectional game before '21000 class ' Any horseman can "claim" or George Kline and Charley Casper e ball on the Commodores' 4-yard line Tennessee 2 Duke 10 - I- buy a horee out of a claiming race did most of T C U's gaining but when the game ended The Buckeye e lineup was rideled at 'day long with Alfred 12 Buffalo 12 (tie) - e :- substitution the varsity never play- for the priee at which he has been Coleman and Kitchen did some nice entered a n Imes d otherowners are there- running at times C C New York 35 Rensselaer P )- iuntgestogether for more than five min- - fore afraid to enter high class horses LI 20 Williams 35 Union 20 In these events - Brown and Center Darrell Lester Br 0 St Anselm's 27 ooklyn Other races are known as "allow- " - - The Frog guards - Kellow and Springfield 6 Brown 13 t - - ance" affilirs in which certain allow- -st- Illinois W ances of allops weight are made the arious v entries A "handicap" however finds Coach Madison Bell of the Texas New Ilampshire 0 Ilarvard 34 - played brilliantly on defense Aggies against whom the Frogs play Ohio tiVesleyan 0 Syracuse 40 r ' the thoroughbreds handicapped by here not -saturday was among the Virginia Military Institute 0 Da- Wisconsm 21-0 weight whieh is assigned by an ex- 2000 spectators at the game Ile got vidson 6 le I pert racing secretary and which bring to see little more than simp run and Arnold 6 Rhode Island 13 ass -lays Tufts 20 Middlebury 6 — the horses' chances closer together I I I - CHAMPAIG a N lil O ct 14-111i- Other terms ext lathe I brieflv are Simmons put on one offensive drive Colby 7 Boston University 9 o lois decisively outplayed Wisconsin FlailLoNG' '' ( f '' -I Olt threatened It dried up nine - Coast Guard Academy 13 Trinity 0 aturday -1 to 0 in the opening s e: o also known as- "panel" -An eighth-o -a-nn e - yards from pay dirt when a first A li sconsin 0 Illinois 21 'l Weetern Conference game for both Y teams ecoring in every period eicept - Franklin 0 Ohio University 78 long pas-s and hard plunging by Pee 11 ittenberg 6 Denison O FflyiNG IAN- ciftcufT The down there W as missed by inches One Earlham 0 Depauw 28 small half-mile tracks ot the 'sticks" - e the first A 74-yard dash by Les Lied- or rural districts Also known a the berg sophomore halfinick climaxed Leaky Roof Circuit and the 'lull- the T C U 44-yard line Except for Ashland 19 Kenyon 0 and Hill carried the ball there from t a field day for Coach Zuppke's team that one hid the Cowboys never came Kentucky State 0 Wilberforce 111 rings" 3- A double pass and sturdy rushiug B1G APPLE -The of Wi - e major tracks t hin 25 y ards of a touchdown - Detroit 7 Findlay 12 a plays accounted for the first two e T C U had severe" scoring chanees - Capital 0 Kent 13 tue eonntry g touchdowns respeetively the couldn't cash In the first five Gallaudet 0 Washington College -IL k FEED-BAG-A term used by race 3 Bucknell 19 Villanova 17 fumble minutes Lester recovered a f I) 1 a players now meaning good iforma- o 0 just 19 yards from pay dirt Aftet rexe 12 Juniata- 7 Coe from the stables Albrieht 0 La Salle 12 Pitt Panthers Rip GRAPEVINE ROUTE-The mys wasting one play on an illegal play e the Frogs lost the hall when they Indiana (Pa) 2 Bloomsburg 7 " terious system of the turf whieh tells Purdue 7 :Minnesota 7 (tiel s ra a missed a first down by inches Again n Navy Team Apart nil hears all knows all phrases are known as the "grapevine Whis':'''''' the same in period the Frogs rammed Bethany te Waynesburg 49 Notre Dame 12 Indiana 2 ' s' a! yards to the 2-yard line only to s I- - — BOOTERS-Another -name for the 'rem getown 20 Ntanhattan 20 (tiel PITT RG' I SBU Oct 14 - Pitts - jockeys known as stop "pilots" "hchns- )e I stopped there on the fourth down I I - 11abama Poly Institute 6 Georgia s burgh's powerfill Panthers ripped men" ete It W a s On the third bid that the Frogs ' i f Tech 10 e Navy apart Saturday winning one APPRENTICF-1 I t1 f - my NA i 1 11 IN e- seored Cnsper went around em or mercer 0 hirmingham Southern O I of the East's outstanding football pound nilowanee in the weights He le yards and a first down on the nine - duels of the day 34 to 6 before a is entkied to this "apprentice" or yard line Casper W a s then thrown for Lenoir Rhyne 6 Wofford 7 crowd estimated at 45000 Hub Ran- t bile" for one year afte ding a six-yard loss by Hill Coleman gain- Guilford 6 Randolph-laeon1-1 - "r his H St ' dour sophomore imek seored twice in first winner Ile ri is keown as au ap- ed two arston pas C a passed to sper to Lawrence 6 Rensselaer Instie - Pites three-touchdown splurge in the prentiee or "bug m tute O " rider place the ball a foot fro the goal Ilebart 13 Ilartwick O won a Fa et : third quarter MA I DEN-A horse wh e ich has not lin Casper nctually went over on N - gW the play but the s Cortland ormal 6 Ithaca Coll AI ore wu csn't allowed -- e) : HOUSTON FOX TERRIER P T ILO-SEAT - The saddle the because he was in the grasp of an op- ma ponent when he crossed Both teams Stnford 0 Northwestern O ' t joc key occupies K 11 OW a as - the Nebraska 20 Iowa State O WINS KENNEL HONORS "throne" ete were offside on the next two plays -- when plunges' failed On the sixth -- as eatherford Jr College 26 A C C DALLAS Oct 14-Kia Ora Van- TAcKeaddle equipment BAT-A whip down m Of the series Pullia passed to m r resnmen 0 urray Teachers 20 Western hen ity lady wire fox terrier owned by Alex tev E RLAND Roc TF: - Bringing Graves in the end zone Pulliam kick- tuchy Teachers 6 ' :ft itchell of I I ouNton Seth rday W" I h Mornin t horse home the longest way or ed g°111 :Montana State 7 Wsoming O first honors in the Texas Kennel Iluestis was trying t 41 punt frem Beois Normal ee F t III ' on the outside of the opposition -es ern mois Club Show here Oyer Punch Drunk FRONT RUNNER-Ilorses with his Own five-yard line when Langdon State Teachers 6 e:e000 male wire terrier owned by blocked his punt Walker missed the an early burst of speed which prefer Western Union 0 gsitie '4 9 I Hardie Albright Hollywood motion to break in front' These horses are kiek f"r l'"int Ogelthorpe 12 Chattanooga pieture a CI Of' also known as being "on the Bill The Frogs marched 59 yards to their Jacksonville (Ala) Teachers 0 a Other awarde included Thar: final score After two at s a - Airedale Terriers-Ilest female an STIll avii nUNNFP W d e II t1 - - males wi 1 alker passed bor gain miiddle Tennessee Teachers 0 to Kline for a total s 7 best of winners Miss Eelypson of Idle- good late speed which come from be- pass and run gain of 31 yards Th Southwestern Louisiana 13 Louise ere ana Tech 7 wood flowed by Idlewood Kennels bind in the drive were two more short gaine on plunges -- - south 12 Southwest- e e niversity of Chamblee Ga te I'll I N' 1 ER S-Performers which and again Walker flipped to Kline for ern 7 t Smooth Fox Terries-Best male and prefer a distance of a mile or Feeler ft long gain Kline went over the goal 1Villiams 0 Princeton 45 r best of wineers Major Iloople owned ROUTERS-Those whic ne h refer a li but the seore wasn't nllowed: of Pitt 34 Navy 6 B bY J W- Loving Columbus Miss' longer "route" or dist:ince 11 ficials ruling his forward proeress had he arY Best female El Vrif e s Vamp 0 W ned AiortNING GLORY -- A horse be en stoppe d on the two-yaw Anitit St M s 6 St V ineents It l line Carnegie Tech 3 Nailer Univer- e by E l Vern Kennels Waco which works brilliantly in the morn- - After two run plays failed to eain et e e st a- e -" Best of Breed for Specials Only- alga but "doe" it it) the afternoon 1N Riker peseed to Langdon in the end la a av ing Green 8 Baldwin W M- Ch Dandihaes own in e d b y Mr and MTN- 01-thin— kil 1 - - zone ( e ( equipment Wallace added the point lave este s -'' '3Irs A E Kissinger Paris Teas 1 f - Players in the order of their ate pimeeting a horse from running sylue Oberlin 0 1Vooster 6 ——anrOon------ pearanee and the numbe r of minutes - on the turns t ase 19 Akron O t Vineent Cherie° reeerve Purloo PAY-8TATION-The winner's cir- In the game: F t: 31 0 Pennsylvania 9 e 1 quarterbaek earne from the same high de 2 University of Florida 0 North Caro- e - school at White Plains N Y as crAN 01"rlIE BANGTAIL- T t T-- cl I --eat ---11-----aegdon Il5) M3'ets line State O i 'roily Mazzietti Notre Dame's soph- — -- omore eignal-caller (CONTINUED ON PAGE 2) (CONTINUED ON PAGE 24 (CONTINUED ON PAGE 2) a l 1 — SPORTS AND - H -I I : I 'RT 'a IllifliT 'Ir'N' ciT SPORTS AND ELEG l" ?) 0 A i FINANCIAL NEWS FINANCIAL NEWS i A FO-R-T WORTH OWNED NEWSPAPER il s-- i FORT WORTH TEXAS Where the West Begins SUNDAY OCTOBER 15 1933 1 t I ig I 1 ril)) ' Ji t 14 ' It '''s 1 '"'It ' ' fa ir I i 1 tw 1 - 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