The News and Observer from Raleigh, North Carolina on October 16, 1921 · 15
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The News and Observer from Raleigh, North Carolina · 15

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IS Navy Wallops Princeton Georgia Gives Harvard A Scare NEWS AND OBSERVER RALEIGH N C SUNDAY MORNING OCTOBER 16 1921 M UNIVERSITIES PLAY TO TIE SCORE North and South Carolina Uni-I versities Score One Touchdown Apiece JOHNSON AND LOWE DO WORK FOR TAR HEELS Star Backs Are Sent Into Fray In Fourth Quarter Score One Touchdown and Work Ball To Five Yard Line Again Just Before Game Is Brought To An End Columbia S C Oct 15— North and South Carolina fought out a bitterly contested game here this afternoon to a 7 to' 7 tie The Tar Heels scoring their touchdown late in the final period when Lowe threw a forward pass to Cochran behind the eoal line The visitors threatened to win Immediately thereafter when Pritchard blocked a South Carolina punt and Jacobi fell on the ball on South Caro lina's 17-vard line Lowe and Johnson rushed the ball to South Carolina's 5-ynrd line but a forward pass grounded behind the goal line South Carolina scored in the second period when Waite intercepted a forward pass and ran 60 jards for a touchdown Johnson and Lowe Star The best work for North Carolina was contributed by Johnson Lowe Pritchard and Blount while the South Carolina stars were Waite McGee Belk Brockinton and Meyer Belk kicked to the 45-yard line in the second period A line play was unproductive and a forward pass was attempted The ball struck a North Carolina player's hand but bounded out into the outstretched arms of Waite who ran 60 yards for the touchdown Belk kicked the eoal South Carolina kicked off to North Carolina but after three plays had been run the half was over South Carolina's kick off to start the second half went to the ten-yard line and was returned to the 20-yard line MoDon aid kicked to midfield Waite and Belk made six yards A double forward pass Holland to Belk to Brockinton netted 20 yards South Carolina at once rushed another first down but a third could not bev negotiated and the ball went over McDonald kicking to the 40 yard line where a South Carolina trick play failed' Another double forward pass this time Holland to Belk to lleyer was good for 18 yards Rush In Lowe and Johnson After two line plays failed a forward Jiasa was incomplete behind the goal I Sine and the ball went to North Carolina on the 20-yard line An exchange of kicks resulted in little gain and 'North Carolina rushed two first downs as the period ended with the ball in North Carolina's possession on South Carolina's 30-yard line A forward pass olaced the ball on the 13-yard line and Lowe and Johnson North Carolina backfield aces were rushed into the game Johnson and Lowe failed to galnH and a forward pass grounded behind the goal line South Carolina taking the ball on the ZU-yara line Belk made a first down and after two line playi failed Belk ran 15 yards from kick formation Belk failed and kicked 30 yards Two line plays nefted five yards for North Carolina and John son made a first dowrl Lowe shot a for ward pass to Johnson for another first touchdown Johnson and Lowe made another first down on the 25-yard line and after two line plays failed John son registered a first down aa the la- yard line A double pass advanced the ball to the seven-yard line North Carolina was penalized five yards for off side Lowe shot a forward pass to Cochran behind the goal line for a touchdown Blount kicked the goal 1 Threaten Again Belk eanght'the North Carolina kick off and returned the ball to midfield iy clever broken field running A pass failed and South Carolina tried to kick Pritchard blocked the kick and Jacobi full on the ball on Carolina's 17-yard line Lowe took the ball 12 yards to the five-yard line A forward pass failed when Johnson dropped the ball North Carolina lost two yards for time out and the ball was on the nine-yard line A forward pass went over the goal line and it was South Carolina's ball on the 20-yard line South Carolina ran throe plays and the game was over The line up: Sooth Carolina (7) North Carolina (7) Positions Brockinton (Capt) H Morris Left End Waits Kernodel Leff Tackle McMillan Polndextre Left Guard Wheeler -: Blount (Capt) Center LIghtsey Miller Right Guard McGee Pritchard ' RiKht Tackle Meyer Cochran Bight End Holland McDonald Ouarterback Belk F Morris Left Halfback Slzemore Edwards RiKht Halfback Ambs A McGee Fullback Summary South Carolina Substitu tions Chappelle for Waite Waite for Ambs (at full) wooason ror tsrocK inton Bartelle for Chapnelle North Carolina substitutions: Wearn for F Morris: Gillam for McGee Tenney for Gillam Carmlchael for Tenncy McGee for Carmlchael Jacobi for Miller Matthews for Kernodle F Morris for Edwards Lowe for Mc Gee Johnson for F Morris Sheppard for K Morris Scoring by periods: North Carolina 0 0 0 7 — ' South Carolina 0 7 0 0 — 7 South Carolina scoring: Touchdown Waite Goal from touchdown Belk tv'orth Carolina scoring: Touchdown Cochran Goal from touchdown Blount Time of periods 15 minutes Officials: Referee Williams (Virginia) Umpire Tlchenor (Auburn) Headllnesman Osborne (Wofford) Natives of New Guinea plait their hair to protect their heads from club blows TRINITY DEFEATS RANDOLPH MACON Durham 'N C Oct 15— Trinity scored a touchdown in the first five minutes of play this aftornoon and won from Kandolpli-Macon 8 to 0 The ball had been carried from the middle of the field by consistent gaining through the line when Barrett completed a 10-yard pass to Smith and the latter carried the ball over the goal line The Virginian line was unable to withstand the onslaughts of the Methodists A fumble and a penalty by Trinity players on the goal lino robbed the Methodists or two touchdowns Trinity made fourteen first downs to Randolph-Macon's two During the first few minutes of the game it looked as if the Virginians were going to be swamped but a revival of spirit from the visitors and the inability of Trinity players to complete plays when a touchdown would have resulted left no change in the score af ter the first five minutes A freak kick-off and the aerial attack told lor the Methodists in the first quarters The Virginians were unable to get in any except defensive plays Trinity resorted to line bucks for gains in the latter periods The Trinity team showed marked Improvement over the game of a week ago Smith ran his team more smoothly but weakness was Bhown in interference and in catching the ball under the excitement of play B'auser-man fullback did the principal gaining for Randolph-Macon Once he got away for a fifteen-yard run around end He had good support from Randolph at left half The Trinity team played the game as a unit Neal was in the fray with his old pep despite a broken nose tightly bandaged and protected by a guard Trinity Hnndoli'li-Mneon Position Neal Diggs Left End Pennington Smoot Right End Leach Bell Left Tackle Hatcher Rash Right Tackle Taylor Arthur Left uuara Caldwell Bridgeforth Right Guard Sampson Cobb Center Barrett Randolph Left Halfback Sawyer McLemore Right Halfback Cruto Bauserman Fullback Smith Edmunds Quarterback Summary: Touchdown Smith Forst downs — Trinity 14: Randolph-Macon 2: Substitutions: Trinity Garrett for Sawyer Huckabee for Pennington: Sawyer for Garrett Derrlckson for Hatcher Randolph-Macon Latham for McLemnre Roans for Rash Rash for Bridgeforth Officials: Referee C Norton Umpire Rome Headllnesman W Norton Time of periods 12 minutes The art of making artificial eyes was known in Egypt as early as 500 Bv C Too Many Practice Games And Too Few Real Battles Thought That Under Southern Intercollegiate Conference There Will Be More Football Contests Where Contending Elevens Are Evenly Matched " By FUZZY WOODRUFF The farther the football season of 1921 goes the more apparent it becomes how welcomed will be the advent of 1022 with the functioning of the southern conference and it's my humble opinion that this conference is going to be just as big a boon to the little schools outside its jurisdiction as the big schools within it Last week I was in Athens Ga to see the football game between the University of Goorgia and Furman It was a real football game Furman knew just as much football as Georgia It knew a whole lot more about the more advanced phases of football than Georgia did At the end of the first half Furman was leading 7-6 but everybody knew then and there the game was over and that Furman would not be returned the winner Furman nas a studont body of ap-' proximately 250 Georgia's student body is about four times that large Manifestly Furman could not call on the ro-serve forces that were at Georgia'scom-mand Manifestly it was tho part of generalship for Georgia to batter what Furman bad to pieces and win the game as it pleased when Furman had nothing left — which is just exactly what Georgia did ' ( Lesson of Pugilism I'm not criticising Georgia for so doing but it occurs to me that there u little sport in football games played under such conditions They handle things much more sensibly in pugilism and pugilism is not supposed to have any of the sportsmanly elements of football Certainly no pugilistic audience ever stood for a heavyweight mauling a lightweight about and by that same token I don't believe that it'i the regular thing to do to match a football team from a colege of 1000 student body against the football team of a college of 200 student body And still it's done in the south by every southern college and done in extenso ad nauseam Wherefore the through seasons undefeated and with goal lines uncrossed but those colleges will have had their courage tested their endurance tried and their resourcefulness weighed in the balance and after all it was for the development of these very attributes that America's great intercollegiate gama was invented (Southern News Feature) SMITHFIELD BEATS GOLDSBORO Goldsboro Oct 15-Smithflelo High defeated the Goldsboro Odd Fellows' High here yesterday by the score of 12 to 0 Captain Norwood Holland staiiod for Smithfield scoring both touchdowM The feature of tha game for the locals was a fifty-yard run by Blnnchard Univrsity of Georgia has the excollont excuse that everybody's doing it and so everybody is Georgia is not to bo blamed The authorities governing the game are Of course the college authorities will hold up their hands in virtuous horror and explain that these game with the smaller colleges are merely practice affairs Absurdity of Explanation Lot's see just how absurd the ex planation is The collegiate football season very properly lasts a maximum of ten weeks It would be suicidal ti attempt to lengthen it In the first place the thoughts of student bodies during tho football season are dorotrd to nothing but football If higher education gets into the brain of any col lege youngster during that time it gets in with a jimmy or dynamite It's a fine thing for college morale and college spirit while it lasts Its benefits are incalculable but there is such a tiling ns too much of a good thing In the second place the ten weeks season is plenty long enough for tho players Keeping them on edge longer would be fatal to their physical welfare We will dismiss whether it is long enough for the patrons Football patronage has its virtues It also has its drawbacks Of those ten weeks five days are supposed to be devoted to practice and one day to play That's a big enough per centnge But under tho present system of football schedule making we finl that actually a maximum of four days is devoted to play and sixtv-six davs to practice which seems a trifle lop sided Spirit of Conference However the spirit of the conference which may or may not be carried out is that the big schools shall play the big schools Naturally that means that the little schools will play the little schools It means that we will have next year some rivalry of evenly matched competition which is the sav ing grace of every sport Some ebllegs may not be able to go AT LAST WE HAVE ENOUGH "NATIONAL" PIPE ON HAND To supply the demand We carry nothing but "National" Pipe and will give your 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Dalton Adding Machine Agency 105 W Martin St Mrs Vanderbilt We Welcome You! and sincerely hope your visit to Raleigh will meet your highest expectations of hospitality I my personnel and my entire store are at your service any time You Fair Visitors or any of the Fair Officials command J ELLISBERG 1 1 li'j Wf Allen Bros o Rea tate nnounces the Fol Auction Sales Wednesday Oct f9th 10:30 a m The R C Turnington Farm Sampson County Located three miles from Salemburg on the main road to Clinton N C containing 800 acres with 6 good dwellings Very fine tobacco and cotton land This property subdivided into small tracts and will be sold on very easy terms Saturday Oct 29th 10:30 a m 50 Choice Resident Lots in AngierN C A portion of the J C Williams Estate Tuesday Nov 1st 10:30 a m Benson N C 50 Resident Lots and 5 Small Farms ' The George Holland property fronting on the Main St and near the heart of the city Wednesday Nov 2d 10:30 a m Raeford N C The J W Johnson Farm Located 6 Miles from Raeford N C On main highway to Fayetteville 1300 acres subdivided into small tracts eighteen dwellings All good cotton and tobacco land ually easy terms Unus- We have several desirable farms near Raleigh that we will sell at private sale on easy terms Also several good dwellings in the best residential section of the city For Further Information Write or See Allen Bros Capital Club Building Phone 2188 Raleigh N C

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