The News and Observer from Raleigh, North Carolina on October 4, 1936 · 4
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I I I ' k r '1 it Corot Tenn lina rirst down 131 6 Yards gained rushing 139 68 ' Yards Jost rushing 511 21 Net gam rushing St 67 r PFISPS attempted 14 3 s Passes completed 6 2 Yards gained passing 116 13 Passes tntereepted by 0 2 CONS Tar Heels Best Vols Navy Tops Davidson Duke Defeats t I Carolina' Gets 14-6 Win GRID FANS SCOFF 7 On First -Half Tallying AT SUPERSTITION Pass Leads to First Score Avery Takes Vol Fumble Debut t Is Success - Runs 45 For Next 15000 Who Don't Believe in CAROLINA e:-- 1—t V nft CAROLINA Buck Trimpey McIver Adams Webb rd Bartos POS TENN CAROLINA Is —Eldred Buck LTFulton Tr1mpey LGWeaver McIver C Little Adorns T4G—flayea Webb PT Crawford Bartos SF Wyatt Berinak Q13 Derryberry Little Ltf Sneed Watson Sti Dickens Burnette IS Dougherty - Butenins Score by periods: Tennessee 0 0 6 0 6 Caroilna 7 0 0-14 i-gaiW-rtishing - St 67 e J i AV VP”S - 1 1110 Wyatt Berdiak r Passes attempted 14 2 Ofi-Derryberry Little 3 Passes completed Watson 1166 " 13 Lil Sneed Yards gained passing PD e Passes intercepted by 0 2 Dickens Burnette Number of Pulltm 11 13 Ili Dougherty - Ittutcnids N Punting average yards ligt 41 Score by periods: Yards punt returns 78 44 Tennessee 0 0 6 0—' 6 i pmantes yrtu 20 50 Carolina 7 7 0 0-14 : first down On penalty se Tennese scoring: Touchdown: Eld- r ' rOne red Caroline scoring: Touchdowns— c Punta figured from line of scrimmage Hutchins Avery Extra points: bur — Tennessee sub- I By ANTHONY J McKEVLIN 8'711102114°r em""t P Max mria: Hun er otter Kenan Stadium Chapel Hill Oct well iendriks Tackles: Levine 3—Ray Wolf's debu before the Woodruff Guards: Leffler Koleas h 1 'ome folks as head coach of Caro- c Kelley alleck Backs P Suet:int:L 1 w a oowan terkfmre: on: 1 line's football team was successful line substitutions—Ends: 31cCarn Tic today His Tar Heels counted me: Dermid Guards: Palmer Mar 1 seven points in each of the first two ?enirel Center entg4 St eart D Avery a ry Back wthDashiell Dunham Of- i periods and then remained more or '' ficialts—Referee Arnold (Auburn) - less content to rest oi their scoring umpire show- (P Cl: Read Lineshturels while limiting Tennessee's man WP"ling (Y M C A Coll): Field Judge Hill (Wofford) Volunteers to a half-dozen points - gnade in the third period I The resulting 14-6 triumph scored cHicAco Is EASY before a turnout of 15000 brought - Carolina its first football victory over a team coached by Major Bob Neyland again in command of the FOR vANDERBILT Volunteer grid forces after a year - spent on Army foreign service and away from the football wars - Carolina's second touchdown was an out-and-out defensive tally— Commodores Roll Up 374) Tennessee had the ball at its own 45-yard line Wood started to the Victory Over Maroons Hug left on a reverse and out of the ' scrimmaging forwards there shot a bins Leads Winners rangy bid in Carolina togs It was - By EARL MILLIGAN '' Pete Avery center Avery had Chicago Oct 3—(AP)—A black snagged the ball when it sailed from Wood's arms when the Vol and Gold wave from the South was tackled There was no close rolled over the University of Chi-pursuer and Avery dashed the 45 cago eleven at Stagg Field today as yards separating him from the goal the powerful Vanderbilt University e That's something for the books—a Commodores overwhelmed the Ma- 45-yard scoring dash by a center - The first Tar Heel score came on roons 37 to 0 before 15000 specte the end of a 32-yard advance which tors ' was made possible by a defensive The visitors stopped the Chicago nifty With the Vols at their own offense cold and then scored in ev 32 Sneed went back to kick His punt was blocked — partially—by cry period but the third Charlie McIver guard from Gull Chicago made only one scoring s'ford and the ball was caught by bid A 26-yard aerial by Omar Fa Tom Burnette at the 41 and re reed to Bill Gillerlain plus a nines turned to the 32 George Watson yard toss to Lawson put the ball on -sophomore from New Jersey made the Vandy 20 in the third stanza -seven yards and then Jim Hutchins but Lawson's fumble recovered by 4 senior fullback from Winston the Commodores crushed the Mai' Salem cracked through to' a first roon hopes to avert a shutout down at the 20 Speedy Jimmy Huggins started ' a An offside by the Vols advanced the Southerners on their way His the ball five yards nearer to the running and passing sparked Vanploal Hutchins failed to gain and dcrbilt on a 70-yard march which then Hutchins stepped back- and ended with Sam Agee geitigl deer ' calmly passed to Andy Bershak from five yards out who made the catch at the four- A few minutes later Higgins s yard line He was dropped by nut slashed through for another score Dickens just two yards from goal after Hall recovered a Maroon turn-Hutchins then punched through the ble left side of the Vole' defense for Lunsford Hollins took a lateral '" touchdown from Alex Truitt and sprinted 17 Burnette Tarboro's gift to the yards for a touchdown in the sec-1 'Par Heels placekicked successfully ond while another score in this peto convert on the extra-point try clod came when Franklin Vander' after each touchdown bilt's rangy and alert end intercept' r N'ols Score Through Air ed Lehnhardt's pass and galloped The Volunteers furnished most of 18 yards to score the fireworks on offense and several After halting Chicago's bid le the times were within a long putt of third Hollins Sam Agee Keene the Tar Heel goal Their only sue- and Ford teamed up to rip through ceasful advance however came in the Maroon line on a fourth-period the third period—and then the Vols march climaxed by Fords score on vent 55 yards in four plays a pair a one-foot plunge An intercepted of long passes taking care of all but pass gave Vanderbilt another chance three yards of the distance in the final minutes Aerials to Near the middle of the period Brown and Noel—merely two of Burnette punted to the Vols' 29 and Vanderbilt's large and classy back-Phil Dickens returned 16 to the 45 field department—put the ball on Dickens was dropped by McIver for j the one-yard marker from where Po gain and then the Vols took I Worley smashed across Only on time out and sent their starting I the opening touchdown did Vander-tackles guards and center back into I bilt convert the extra point Plasaction With the originate eleven I man making that from placement now on the field except for Dun- Chicago's offense slowed when can In place of Snead at a halfback speedy Ned Bartlett went out with the Vole went to town an - injury early in the game acDickens passed to Eldred who I coented for only seven first-downs Managed to get by Burnette Eldred to 21 for the invaders Vanderbilt made the catch at the 35 and ran gained 311 yards by rushing: to 60 to Carolina's 20 The head-lines- for Chicago mans horn was blown while the The lineups ! ball was in the air but it developed Pus VANneRB1LT : ( CHICAGO that the detected foul had been LP Robbins Guiertain 11Ray Sappington Committed by Carolina Tennessee LG—Hass Jordan paturelly elected to accept the gain e Hinkle i Whiteside Wright - Dickeni wide on the right made N:3'4117i" Johnson two yards—and then came a touch- RP:Plasmen Petersen down pass Dickens passed for a ce It -ug' gs Dimity K ene Bartlett goal-line spot and it looked as if iiq'71ewaten Lehnhardt the toss was entirely too strong for yls Bain Agee ' 'i lislioning the only Vol nearby However El- score by periods: Vanderbilt 13 12 0 12-37 - dred left end made a spectacular Chicago 0 0 0 0— 0 running catch and stepped over for t Vanderbilt scoring: Touchdowns' S touchdown He reached high in the roer Huire0iinnst ifirooliininsiryFraarXrimtoruocrt: air to make the catch while' run- down?Plasman (placement) Ping with his back to the ball I — Burnette was right alongside of his SAFETY BRINGS DEFEAT Plan this time but there's no way TO CATAMOUNT ELEVEN to put a legal check on a fellow who catches a football with the ease Cullowhee Oct 3--(AP)—A safe- -- With which a clever baseball opt- I ty in the last few minutes of play Belder catches a baseball cost Western Carolina Teachers Col Carolina fans breathed more easily lege a scoreless tie with the East avben Dickens' plaeekick try for Tennessee Teachers here this after-point failed - The Vols gave Passer noon the invaders scoring a 2-0 Dickens great protection as he went victory about the buess of throwing the Congdon -blocked Humphries' two long passes which brought the punt near the Western Carolina touchdown goal line The ball rolled across As related Tennessee furnished the end zone and off the filed giv most of the effort on attack The ing the Tennesseans their margin Vols ran approximately twice as of victory Many plays from scrimmage as did Shortly before the game's only the Tar Heels The Vols rushed the geore Jamison of Fast Tennessee ball 46 times Carolina rushed 30 ran 30 times The Vols tried 14 passes Car- yards to the Western Caro- hms tried only three line 10 The Catamounts took the o ball when the visitors gained but The Tar Heels completed one pass en —the Hutchins to Bershak heave sev yards in four downs Hum- which led to touchdown—and miss- phries attempted to kick from his ed on two Tennessee completed six end zone Congdon smothering it passes for 116 yards and had two with a mighty lunge tosses Intercepted by Cerolina s — MISS STATE WINS Tennessee gained 139 yards on State College Miss Oct' 3--(AP) rushing plays but lost 58 winding — A scrapping Mississippi State Col- up with a tv2t of 81 yards Carolina lege Football team uncorked a fine gained 81 yards and lost 21 for offense today to win handily from a net of 67 In first-downs the Vols I Howard College which staved off bad a wMe edge-13 to 6 RTMall J onnson REPlaman Peteraen (03Itugeins liamltv 111—Keene Bartlett RR Watson Lehnbardt ER— Sam Agee ttlkoning Score by periods: Vanderbilt 12 0 12-37 Chicago 0 0 0 0— 0 Vanderbilt scoring: Touchdownk S Agee Huggins Hollins Franklin Ford Worley Point from try atter touchdown Flasman (placement) — ght as tte turne w ri a n e ogsi o s -- — I — fzi f—hr SAFETY BRINGS DEFEAT an this time but there's no way TO CATAMOUNT ELEVEN a put a legal check on a fellow -- dm catches a football with the ease Cullowhee Oct 3—(AP)—A safeiitli which a clever baseball opt- ty elder catches a baseball in the last few minutes of play cost Western Carolina Teachers Col Carolina fans breathed more easily lege a scoreless tie with the East ihen Dickens' placekick try for Tennessee Teachers here this afteroint failed The Vols gave Passer noon the invaders scoring a 2-0 hckens great protection as he went victory - - ' bout the buess of throwing the Congdon - blocked Humphries' wo long passes which brought the punt near the Western Carolina ouchdown goal line The ball rolled across As related Tennessee furnished the end zone and off the filed giv tiost Of the effort on attack The ing the Tennesseans their margin tols ran approximately twice as of victory nany plays from scrimmage as did Shortly before the games only he Tar Heels The Vols rushed the score Jamison of East Tennessee Ian 46 times Carolina rushed 30 ran 30 yards to the Western Caroimes The Vols tried 14 passes Car- line 10 The Catamounts took the dina tried only three ball when the visitors gained but The Tar Heels completed one pass seven yards in four downs Hum--the Hutchins to Bershak heave phries attempted to kick from his i-hich led to touchdown—and missend zone hCongdon smothering it '4 on two Tennessee completed six lvifil a mighty lunge asses for 116 yards and had two asses Intercepted by Carolina s — MISS STATE WINS Tennessee gained 139 yards on State College Miss Oct 3—(AP) ushing plays but lost 58 winding --4k scrapping Mississippi State Coll!) with a tv2t of 81 yards Carolina lege Football team uncorked a fine :ained 81 yards and lost 21 for offense today to win handily from net of (47 In first-downs the Vols Howard College which staved off ad a wide edge-3 to 6 three touchdown threats in the first But Carolina came off with the quarter The score was 35-0 About ---- - - - tClcalse 2Vti to Faso zAla 5000 fans tavillae gAme - 15000 Who Don't Believe in Signs Sneak into Kenan Stadium at Hill By E C DANIEL JR Kenan Stadium Chapel Hill Oct 3—There was a sign up near the entrance of Kenai) Stadium today which said: "Secret Practice No Admittance on Field" But nobody paid any attention to it About 15- 000 people sneaked In to see Carolina practice on -Tenneseee The only man in the neighborhood to whom the game was a secret was the fellow who went to sleep on the top row of Section 23 He got tired of waiting for that touchdown which he had been pleading with Tennessee to deliver v Carolina students and alumni didn't have time to sleep particularly in the first half And as hot a sun as ever raised the resin out of Kenan Stadium's benches kept the fans on the Tennessee side ' awake They sat in shirt sleeves over there Down on the field Carolina's coach Ray Wolf chewed his gum hard and fast as he marshaled his forces against Major Neyland's Volunteers Making his liebut on the home field Wolf presented the Carolina fans with a new brand of football and a winning team The fans who had withheld judgment on the new system after Carolina's slowness in finishing off Wake Forest last Saturday liked the victory immensely As usual Lath "Tarzan" Morris Carolina Football Fan No 1 enjoyed the game as much as any other 11 men put together The student body welcomed him with an appreciative roar as he stood up in the middle of the stands shortly after the kick-off and gave his initial yell—that far-famed barking scream of his - Soon down on the field "Tarzan" shed his coat and vest loosened his tie and lit into yelling He wiggled a shimmy hollered encouragement to the team and rendered his 1936 repertoire including a "Carolina Lion's" roar Briefly competing with "Tarzan" for individual entertainment hon ors was smart-stepping Bill Weaver Asheville-freshman' who hopes to be first string drum major for the Carolina band next season Bill gave a circus-style demonstration of baton-twirling Varsity Drum Major G C Courtney Jr of Lenoir was more stately as becomes a senior Larger and snappier than ever the augmented Carolina band had '75 pieces Fat and lazy and just as sleepy as the fellow in Section 23 Rameses the Carolina he-sheep mascot left the stunts to "Tarzan" and Bill Walker Except for a reluctant turn around the field between halves he snoozed in the shade of a tarpaulin roll on the sidelines Incidentally one of the ram's keepers this year is named Lamb— B J Lamb—and he was probably the only man from Tennessee in the stadium today who was rooting for Carolina The other sheep chaperone 'is T H Skeen of Biscoe The Ramses on the field today was not the purebred and obstinate critter presented to the University by a Texas alumnus last year lie was old King Rameses the Elder who's 10 years old and about to lose one of his permanently waved horns In their enthusiasm this afternoon Carolina alumni probably for got about the Graham Plan which they had feared would ruin the football team But the boys who ushered the alumni to their seats remembered A University official said none of the ushers were athletes Last year a majority of them were basketball and baseball players boxers and wrestlers The Graham Plan ruled them out and all ushers now are secured through the University Self-Help Bureau The fellow announcing the game from the sidelines was David Spelt a psychology instructor at the University A former radio announcer in Philadelphia he's the best of the States football broadcasting crew ris wife heard him from the stands today - Attending the game as he has every Saturday except the time when somebody in his family got married was Governor Ehringhaus who picked Carolina to win irclis week's predictions With him in President Prank Grahams box were prominent alumni who attended a meeting of Alumni Association directors in the morning and others In the delegation in the president's box were President Howard E Rondlhaler of Salem College Lieutenant-Governor and MrsGraham Dr and Mrs H B Haywood of Raleigh Republican National Committeeman and Mrs Charles A Jonas of Lincolnton Judge 'Scrubby" Rives and MrsRives of Greensboro Mr and Mrs Robert deRossett of Raleigh W D I"Billy" Carmichael Jr of New York City et al Notables outside the guest box Included President James Gray Lf Reynolds Tobacco Company and Congressmen W B Umstead of Durham and °Hap' Barden of New Dern b - atefiligatMOWOMO040110mOsigni THE NEWS AND OBSERVER RALEIGH N C SUNDAY MORNING OCTOBER 4 1936 &- Warren Intercepts Pass To Clinch Deas c Kitchin's Field Goal in Second 11 n p " Period Brings First Points 11 - BY Moon ugnt For-Wake Wake Forest State Yards gained rushing —118 171 Yards lost rushing 13 13 Net gain rushing 105 158 Passes attempted 4 10 Passes completed 0 ' 3 Yards gained passes 0 $9 Passes intercepted by 2 First downs 3 11 Number of punts 11 9 lkverage length punts 40 37 Yards on punts returned 38 38 Fumbles 0 2 Fumbles lost 0 0 Passes completed 0 ' 3 Yards gained passe 0 $9 Passes intercepted by 2 First downs 3 11 Number of punts 11 9 Average length punts 40 37 Yards on punts returned 39 35 Fumbles 0 2 Fumbles lost 0 0 Penalties yards 45 55 Punta measured from line of scrimmage By FRED DIXON The Deacons of Wake Forest College were Demon Deacons again last night The Demon Deacons rated on the short end by most "expprts" in pregame figuring presented a stellar defense to hold States Wollpack scoreless and manufactured nine points of their own to take victory in a night game played on Itiddick Field before 10000 fans Walton Kitchin with an injured knee and all kicked an 18-yard field goal in the second quarter to give the Deacons three points — enough as it turned out to bring victory - Jim Weaver's team put the game on ice in the fourth quarter Hal Warren former Mills Home athlete intercepted a State pass on the Tech 43-yard line and streaked to touchdown Warren a real speedster made the catch in the center of the field He headed I to his left outstripped a couple of State backs and then headed into the clear There's no catching the Warren boy once he has the jump The best run of the game from scrimmage also was turned In by Warren After the Deacons had taken the opening kickoff and returned to their 21 Warren skirted State's right end for 54 yards to put the ball on State's 25 Three plays gained only a few yards and then Cowboy Robitnson of State intercepted a fourth-down pass This brought the Deacons one of the three first-downs they made during the evening Lights Go Out The game was very young when play suddenly was halted—the lights went out Luckily no play was in progress at the time After five minutes the electric equipment was okeh again and the show went on State did most of the gaining but it didn't do any scoring The Deacons made their licks count—they grabbed opportunity on the first knock Hobo Daniel and Warren featured in the Deacons' backfield Ryneska and Bardes in the State backfield Captain Rogers Beaver and Shore were Wake's leading linemen Captain Cara and Fry were the top boys among State's iinemen - - First Quarter ' Wake Forest won the toss and elected to receive Gadd kicked to Daniel on the goal line and he brought It up 15 yards and flipped it to Dallas Morris who Was stopped by Mac Cara on the 20 On the first play out of the box Hal Warren circled State's right end and raced to States 28-yard line where he was stopped by Charlie Gadd It was a fine 54-yard run Warren tried State's left end and made three yards being stopped by Joe Ryneska Daniel tried State s weak side but was dumped for a yard loss by George Fry Third down and eight to go Daniel trikd to pass over the center of the -line to Jug Allen but it was incomplete Daniel tried another pass but it was Intercepted by Cowboy Robinson giving State the ball on Its own II-and-a-half-yard line Before State could run a play the are lights went on the blink and the game had to be held up for sully Me' minutes The rival student cheering sections struck up matches On first play after the game was resumed Bardes went back in kicking position but ran going around his own right end for two yards Bardes kicked to Wake Forest's 45 where Mor-: ris caught it and was hit in his tracks by Cara Two line plays were thrown for losses by Cara and Berry Daniel kicked to Robinson at State's 15 and the Cowboy brought it back to his own 23 State picked up five yards in two plays and Eardes kicked to Morris on Wake Forest's 32 where he was downed by Cara Wake Forest was unable to gain ' through the line and on third down Daniel kicked out of bounds on States 44 Ryneska hit center for three yards Robinson tried a pass to Bardes but Daniel intercepted it for Wake Forest I at the Deacons' 42 Wake Forest had to kiek and Daniel punted out on Slate's 14 Bardes kicked to Wake Forest's 13- yard line where Morris got it and brought it hack to his 28-yard line It was a beautiful 70-yard kick from the line of scrimmints The ball carried 57 yards in the air Kitchin came into the game replacing Warren in the Wake Forest backfield -- Morris picked up six yards and then Daniel quick-kicked to States 10-yard line where Shore of the Deacons downed it — After Ryneska had - made three 13ardes kicked high to Morris on the Wake Forest 37 and the Deacon brought it back to his own 47 On a reverse Morris was swarmed by Wolves for a live-yard lose- Daniel quick-kicked again and the ball went over the State goal Joe Ryneska skipped around his left end for 14 yards as the quarter coded Score: Wake Forest 0 State 0 Second Quarter -- - - State made a number of substitutions—Joe Schweri- for Gadd: Pioserto and Kirschner thr Brownie and Regdon and Mark for Smothers The Deacons ousted Mausey for Hoyle Shepherd for Morris :return game in at right end for State - Robinson made three and then tart three Bardes made three but then kicked to Wake Forest's 20 The bail was brought back and State was' penalized for holding " This put the ball on State's 20 Wake Forest blocked Bardee punt after the State back dropped the ball He tried to kick but was slow and Beaver covered it for Wake Forest on States 12 - Daniel tried his right guard end made three before being stopped by Ryneska Shepherd tried center but was stopped fee no gain Kttchin tried a pass to Bert Shore out on the eon's )eft flank but the ball fell dead off the tips of Shores outstretchell nand Witn Allen ithiting the ball taed Acid goal Irma the POS W FOREST STATE Cara LTBeaver Bugg LGSouther Regdon C Mumford Smothers RGRogers Brownie RTSwan Fry Berry QBAllen Schwerdt DBWarren Robinson Bardes FB Daniel - Ryneska Score by periods: Wake Forest 0 3 0 6-9 'State 0000-0 Wake Forest scoring: Touchdown — Warren Field goal—Kitichin Wake Forest s ibstitutions: Ends—Mauney Dooney Tackle—Wagner Center—Dale Halfbacks—Kitchin Shepherd - State substitutions: Ends — Tatum Mass Tackle—Helms Guards — Pilosen0 Kischner Wooden Acatoi Center — Mark Halfbacks — Davis Hayden Murphy luilback—Paviosky 18-yard line— The ball sailed squarely over the center of the crossbar Score: Wake Forest 3 State O Three InUtest and 5 seconds of the quarter had been playein Daniel kicking off from the far side of the field The ball went out of bounds Bardes took the next kick on State's 10 and brought it back to the 30 but Statt drew a 15-yard penalty for roughing and the ball went back on the Wolfpack's 15-yard ine Ryneska in two plays made it ilrst down on State's 26 Robinson lost a yard on a aweep'ng end run State was penalized another 15 yards for roughing and this put the ball on State's 10 Bardes pushed the ball to his 19 Bardes kicked to Shepherd rn Wake Forest's 44 and the Deacon went Went back to States 47 On third down Shepherd made IC Brat-down for Wake Forest but the Deacons were holding and were set back to their own 41 Kitchin made one Daniel's punt went high and short and bounced back—Shore downed the ball on States 49-yard line Phil Davis came in for Robinson at left half in the State backfield Bardes made four at center and then Ryneska went through the right side of the Deacon defense to the 36- yard line Davis was smeared at the line for a half-yard loss—Beaver and Souther made the tackle Davis came right back and went through to Wake Forests 21 for a 15-yard gain Wagner replaces Swan at tackle and Doonny came in for Shore at end in the Wake Forest line - Bardes made four and Davis hit center for three yards Ryneska tried a reverse around his left end but DooneY tossed him for a three-yard loss Davis tried a pass over the goal to Tatum but it was broken up by Daniel Wake Forest took the ball on downs at its own 15-yard line Wake Forest playing for time ran three plays into the center of the State line and made eight yards The half ended before another play could be run Score: Wake Forest 3 State° ' Third Quarter i Ryneska of State took Daniers kickoff on the 7 and brought it back to States 33 - Robinson an on the first play and Wake Forest was penalized to State's 45-yard line Ryneska hit center for two yards Robinson flipped a lateral to Ryneska for a 2-yard gain Ryneska hit center for three yards Bardes kicked over the goal- Wake Forest kicked to States 45 where the ball was downed Robinson failed to gain and on the second play he passed over the hoe to Bardes placing the ball on Wake Forest's 37 for a fird down Ryneska went around his left end for seven yards to the 30 Robinson tried his right end for two yards Bardes drove through the center of the line for a first-down on the Wake Forest 23 Ryneska fumbled and recovered for a yard loss Bardes made one Robin-sons pass to Bardes was intercepted by Allen on the Wake Forests 10 He brought it back to his own 26 Wake Forest in three plays made it first down on its own 36 Warren made One but the Deacons were holding and were set back to the 21 Daniel kicked to State's 25 where Dooney of Wake Forest downed the ball Three Minutes to play in the quarter Substitutions for State: Pavlosky for Ryneska DaVi5 for Robinson Schwerdt for Gadd Pavlosky made five and then Davis swept around his left end for eight yards and a first-down on States 38 Wake Forest took time out Mauney came in for Hoyle and Swan came in for Wagner for Wake Forest Davis moved the ball to the 40 and then went around his right end for three yards Davis again but at the center made four Bardes kicked out of bounds on Wake Forests 17 as the quarter ended Score: Wake Forest 3 State O Fourth Quarter Unable to gain Daniel kicked to States 17 On the second Play Davis passed to Schwerdt to place the ball State's 44 for a first down State's drive cracked and with ball on Wake Forests 48 Bardes kicked to Morris on the Deacons 10 and Morris came back seven to the 17 Shore replaced Dooney at left end for the Deacons Daniel of Wake kicked on third clown to Davis on State's 43 and the fleet-footed Elizabeth City boy returned it to the Wake Forest 37 before being forced out Nick Hayden replaced Davis and Berry went in for Tatum The change Indicated that State would resort va passes in an attempt to score Bardes made three to the Deacon 35 and Hayden made five to the 30 PayIcsky made no gain Fourth and two to go Bardes hit the center and pushed his way through for a first-down by inches on Wake Forest's 27-yard line Bardes went around his left end for seven yards He was hurt on the play but stayed in the game Pavlosky made One Hayden tried center and was stopped after adding a foot Hayden on a spinner was dropped for a three-yard loss by Swan and Shore The ball went Over on downs Wake Forests ball on its own 23 Warren made a yard and a half before being stopped by Smothers Darnel hit the center for a first-down on Wake Forest's 35 Wake Forest had to kick and Daniel punted to Hayden on State's 20 Shore stopped him after a three-yard return There are two minutes left to play Hayden tried a long pass to Schwerdt but it was no good Shore knocked down Hayden's attempted pass behind the line of scrimmage Warren Intercepted Hayden's pass on State's 43 and streaked down the field for the !wore The pass was tipped by another Deacon before Warren catieht it Dale went In at center for Mum-ford and Hoyle for Mauney for Wake Forest Morris mined the extra point Score: Wake Forest S State O Shepherd end Riminn came in the game for Wake Forest Acai Wooden Mass Helms and Murphy came in the game for State Forty-five seconds to play Wake Forest with Daniel kicking kleked-off to State but the ball aas outside Bardes took the next kick-eft on his 15 and brought it up to the 20 Hayden tried a long pass to Berry but it was no good Eleven seconds to play Hayden completed a pass to Gadd to place the bail on States 46 as the game ended Final score: Wake Forest g State Oh NAVY FINDS 'CATS ARE REALLY WILD Davidspn Offers Great Battle But Middies' Power Brings -19-6 Decision Davidson Navy I First downs 8 18 1 Yards gained rushing 66 299 Forwards attempted —20 11 Forwards completed 4 Forwards interceptLd Dy 3 2 Yards by forwards 79 " 43 Laterals attempted 4 0 Laterals completed 3 0 Yards by laterals 57 0 Punting average - 34 40 Yards kicks returned 67 106 Opp fumbles recovered 1 2 Yards lost by penalties 15 20 Includes punts and kickoffs Punts figured from line of scrimmage By DILLON GRAHAM Annapolis Md Oct 3—(AP)— Navy had another "breather" scheduled today but a hard-charging reckless-passing Davidson College eleven forced the Sailors to bring out their biggest guns and bang away incessantly until the final minutes before they finally punctured the Carolinians' defenses for a 19-6 triumph For the second straight week the Middies found unexpected resistance from Southern Conference teams originally slated as warm-up rivals Last Saturday Navy had to put on a last-period spurt to beat William and Mary The Tars Joked stronger today but determined stands by Davidson at critical stages frustrated several Navy scoring gestures An early "break" robbed Navy of si likely touchdown The see ond team which Coach Tom Hamilton started drove steadily goal-ward finding gaping holes in the Davidson forewall only to have Fay Wilsie fumble and Teeny Lafferty recover for the Carolinians on the two-yard line Wilsie lost the ball as he dove for the goal line The second team advanced 45 yards to Davidson's 18 toward the I end of the first period—and the regulars pranced in to tally on the first play of the second period Bob Antrim bombing through center for the distance Sneed Schmidt place-kicked the extra point Davidson came back quickly to score after Bob McClellan intercepted Frank Case's pass in midfield A forward-lateral Lafferty to Bailey Williams to Fred Dennis netted 30 yards Then Lafferty looped a forward to Ed Armfield on the goal line for the touchdown Jim Sample was rushed in to kick the tying point but his place ment was blocked by Frank Lynch Twice in the third period David son was within Navy's 30-yard line but once a holding pPnalty hurt its chances and later:Navy braced for downs Twice also in this quarter Navy recovered Davidson fumbles on the Carolinian's 20 but neither time could the Middies take advantage of their opportunity Tars Sew Up Game The Tars tallied theft late touchdowns in rapid order Antrim scored from the eight-yard line after a short Davidson punt had given Navy a start from the 30- yard line Then Charles Heimann knifed through the line for 18 yards across the goal line following a pass interception and return of 39 yards by Antrim Davidson's "Big Inning" Davidson's big quarter was the third in which it dominated play and failed to allow the Sailors a single first down And late in the final quarter the Carolinians again made a good showing with a passing barrage and a running attack that clicked only to have Antrim intercept a toss to bring an end to their hopes Except for the opening minutes Davidson gave the Sailors a real battle and the end of the game was- in sight before it appeared definite that Da vidson might not duplicate its upset of a week ago over North GeroUna State After grabbing the Navy fumble on the two-yard line in the first period Davidson booted out of danger However Bill Ingram tossed a 30-yard pass to Verner Soballe to give Navy another chance Here Frank Purdy grabbed another pass on Davidson's 20 to stop the Tars But Navy came back and only a bit of pass defense on the goal line by Tom Corbin who knocked down a pass intended for Soballe prevented Navy scoring A fancy reverse Lafferty to Arm-field caught Navy sleeping and was good for nearly 20 yards to (Please Turn to Page Six) 0 Very Wild 'Cats POS DAVMSON - - - NAVY LE Williams Ghesquiere LT Hunter Ferrara LGJohnson Janney C —Purdy Pincher RG J Johnston Gunderson RTGraham Hysong RELee Soballe Q13 Arm field Mason LHLafferty - Ingram RHCorbin Franks FBDennis Wilsie Score by periods: - - Navy 0 7 0 12-19 Davidson 9 8 0 0— 6 Navy scoring: Touchdowns—Antrim 2: Reiman Points after touchdown— Schmidt placement Davidson scoring: Touchdown—Armfield Davidson substitutions: Ends—Iverson McClellan Cathey Tackles—W Johnston Warden Goodman Guards—Vass Mathis Center—Clark Quarterback—Beatty Left half—Sears Right half—Sample Thurston Fullback—Stair Navy substitutions: Ends—Player Soucek Powell Tackles—Lynch Van Meter Hesse' Jarvis Guards—Morrell Spector Dubois Sloan Center—Miller Wallace Quarterbacka—Case Dean Left half— Thomas Reiman Cooke Right half— Antrim Emends Fullback—Schmidt Officials! Referee Eberts (Catholic) umpire Eckles (Washington and Jefferson): headlinesman Cummings (Boston College field Judge Prank (Army) Par lier Tops Dulce Attack In Win over Columbians Birds ' Prove Surprisingly Tough Birds Tough Duke Gets 14 Points POS DU Last Period KE ' S CAROLINA --- LELiana Johnson LTBrunansky Howell By ASHLEY HALSEY JP- LoBadgett Gaffney r10 C Ilia Columbia S C Oct 3—(AP) RGPower Kelly Duke Southern Conference cham- RTCardwell ' Doflinger pions' struck unexpectedly stiff op afiTallarerro v Uroan QRParker Burns Dearth position today but defeated South HR Hackney Clary MB- Tipton Urbanyi Carolina 21 to O las'Gardner B Durham The Gamecocks underdogs la nuSkcerire bY pe018 : South 'ciMlinW'' 1' 0 0 0 0 4-2 0 1 the betting by four or five touch downs fought Duke to a standstill downs Hackney Scoring immmary Duke: Touch- in the first and third periods check- Parker H smith Points after touchdowns: Hackney 1 (placement) Smith 2 (placement) ing repeated drives by Clarence (Ace) Parker and Elmore Hackney Duke substitutions — Ends: Bailey Duke scored seven points in the Earngay Lange Tackles: Lipscomb Haas Guards: Fisher Lipscomb York Center: Edwards Quarterback: John- second period and made 14 in the final qaarter ' - son Fullback: Spangler Gardner The Bird offense proved ineffeeHalfbacks: O'Mara Hudgins Smith tive when they Ilocked a Duke TuferyaltibilgaRo eMkbey: elHorstintisoTonawc keilmies:uGrfillruyrrrdsayQ Bram- South Carolina substitutions—Ends: punt 'and passed to within' inches of Tu:rbtlears- Aa tfouumchbdleowcnostinththeemothpeenibnaglipethrelorde I back: L Durham Kalmbach Halfbacks: Farnam Edwards Hinson Of- Duke drove for one touchdown in Athos: Black (Dsvidson) referee: the second quarter and two in the Mumma iArmY) umpire: Jackson fourth period with passes ' con (E and H) headlinesman ginia) field judge Cuddy (Vir- tributing to two and a 15-yard penalty putting the third almost in -- REsERvEs scoRE theiwboailpaorwkexerfuLel laidnses Attutarnceka mud of th game into a punting duel between Parker and Ed Clary star liviN FoR GEogo Ge da mhei csocrkivhazlfbbuactktheClaBrlyueouDtkeivolitls bored in deeper on punt returns Parker galloped off for one 78-yard run for touchdown that was recall- Bulldogs Minus 'Seven In ed for a penalty threw a 39-yard -pass that proved the mainspring of jured Regulars Get 13-0 another scoring drive and smashed Victory Over Furman over Duke's seconil score Duke rolled up 12 first downs to Athens Ga Oct 3-7--(AP)-Geor- four for South Carolina Its rungia's Bulldogs sent two long swift thrusts through a lighting Furman ning attack massed 221 yards to 35 team today to win 13-0 despite the for the Gamecocks Duke gained 90 yards by passing to 50 through absence of seven Injured regulars the air for the South Carolinians Eight thousand fans watched the South Carolina sophomores hem game med in the Blue Devils in the first The rest of the game for the most period except for Parker's 78-yard part was a story of punts and line run which was called back to the plunges although the Purple Hur- Duke 35 because ot clipping arid ricane threatened but once an 11-yard gain by Tipton It was that threat which set the Gamecocks' Best Chance stage late in the third quarter for Getting the best of punt ex-the first of the dramatic touch- changes the Gamecocks worked downs into scoring position when Urban Scott who bore the brunt of leaped in front of Parker's kick and things for Furman had Just been Vincent Kelley sophomore guard dropped near midfield for an eight- fell on the ball on the Duke 19 yard loss as he went back to pass Clary passed to Urban for six Jenkins passed to King to put the yards hit the line for two more on ball on Georgia's 28 Scott made the next play and :sassed to Capt it a first-down for Furman and his Bob Johnson end for nearly 11 pass to King gave Furman another yards Johnson was downed almost first down on Georgia's 15 On the Duke goal Clary fumbled With a half-minute to play in the and South Carolina lost the ball a quarter Cavan intercepted Scott'S Play later pass and raced to Furman's 34 be- Parker then passed from behind fore Culclasure ran him out of his goal to Hackney for 15 yards bounds Anderson shot a long pass in one of the most daring plays to Cavin who raced over Tray- of the game horn blocked Young's kick Duke reverses and laterals 01111- The second touchdown late in ad by the handful failed to razzlethe fourth quarter had its begin- dazzle the Gamecocks' and the ning at Furman's 34 from where punting contest continued until Johnson swept around right end Dearth South Carolina quarter-to Furman's 17 Stevens with a back passed to Johnston who similar right-end run went to caught the ball deep in the Duke Furman's five Then Johnson who secondary and gained a total of 32 had started around left end cut yards before Hackney ran him out back and went over standing Young of bounds place kicked the extra point Scoring Story The lineups: ' Hackney turned the tables by inPOS FuRmArg GEORGIA tercepting a Gamecock pass on his Haygood 20 and running the ball back 31 LTBabb ” 1G-Trayrtham Leebom yards South Carolina held and C Hardens Low Parker punted out of bounds on the RGShivers Hall Gamecock? 12 Hackney made art RTMcLaurin Davis RE- Maddox Candler 18-yard return of the next punt QSCulclasure Young and the Blue Devils Crove to a score t LH—Scott Anderson from the South Carolina 27-yard 6 RH Patrick Cavan IS Jenkins Holland m'c' 1 Score by periods Two offside penalties caused Yuman o o 0 0— 0 momentary setbacks but a forward- 8 7- 13 Georgia scaring: Touchdown: Cavan lateral pass from Hackney to Johnson (sub for Cavan) Point after Parker to Liana netted 16 yards i touchdown Young (placement) and Hackney ran 11 yards around t NEW YORK U s--- NIVERSITY right end for the touchdown after faking a pass He converted front ! SUFFERS 60-0 DEFEAT placement Duke took the ball midway to ' Columbus O Oct 3 — (AP) — the Gamecock goal on a fumble New York University felt a nine- soon after the half but South Caro' touchdown string of the "Scarlet lina threw up a defense that held Scourge" today as Ohio state beat twice on its 21-yard line during the the Violets 60 to O period despite a 30-yard race 1 A crowd of 72948 the greatest around right end by Hackney r opening day attendance in Ohio Apparently - stopped near mid- i history saw Coach Francis A field the Dukes launched a new r ) Schmidt's Buckeyes run wild They touchdown drive by a 39-yard pass scored two touchdowns In the first on fourth dowin from Parker to second and fourth periods and Hudgins Hudgins caught the ball three in the third on the run and was snagged by t "Jumping Joe" Williams who Dearth last defense man by one r scored 10 touchdowns for Ohio last ankle ' --- I year and Nick Wasylik who comes Parker circled right end for five from New York University's own yards and the score two plays later backyard at Astoria L I led the Harwood Smith substitute back I scoring parade with two touch- kicked the extra point from place- ) downs each Five others tarried ment ' the ball over once Duke gradually edged South Taking the kickoff the Violets Carolina back toward its goal 1 tried a forward pass on their own Clary punted from behind his goal th 21yard line McDonald Ohio full- 'and Parker ran e ball back 21 back plucked the hall from the yards South Carolina drew a 15- air and raced for Ohio's first six yard penalty for roughness putting I points a few seconds after play the ball on its 15 e started - Parker ripped 11 -yards through a The Ohioans piled up - 14 first the middle of the Gamecock de-downs to seven for the Violets fense and Smith sneaked off left I completed 11 of 23 passes for 193 end for the touchdown on a weak: yards while the visitors were com- side play that caught the Games pleting five of 17 for 59 yards and cocks napping He ac'ded the point n gained 169 yards from rushing while from placement : the invaders made 7 On rushing - Penalties cost Duke one touch-passing and penalties the Bucks down and probably another and ! made 410 yards to 191 for the caused the Blue Devils to take nine : Violets - ' - - plays from the South Carolina 27- yard line in making their first WASHINGTON WINS score and yet they drew only a 1 - Washington Oct 3—Washington total of 40 yards in penalties I High School defeated Beaufort here - 28 to 0 In a game featured by e f rom punt formation in the first !t ball-carrying of Black and Phillips the Parker took the ball on his 22 quarter pulled out of the scrim I- who made telling gains against the - ! visitors Canady Langley and mage when apparently downed and darted 78 yards behind slashing in- Lindsey starred in the line for the terferecce lie crossed the goal e locals while Chadwick starred for - Beaufort - yards abet- d of the nearest defense man but the ball was put back on t Duke's 35 because of clipping 1 Stan Pincura a quarterback at Ma A penalty for backfield-in-mo-- '- Ohio State University last year has 1- takaa a coaching job with Randolph- tion cancelled II yards gained bY P - con — (Please Turn To Page Six) a a I Attack unibians e Surprisingly ke Gets 14 Points st Period EY HALSEY JR C Oct 3--(AP) rn Conference chamunexpectedly stiff on r but defeated South ) O cocks underdogs in y four or five toucht Duke to a standstill d third periods check drives by Clarence and Elmore Hackney seven points in the and made 14 in the ffense proved ineffechey Ilocked a Duke ed to within' inches of in the opening period t them the ball there I for one tou9hdown nt tarter ad two in the 1 with passes con two and a 15-yard rig the third almost its Leads Attack ful lines turned much into a punting duel ter and Ed Clary star Ifback Clary outkick but the Blue Devils !per on punt returns sed off for one 78-yard Mown that was recall-Laity threw a 39-yard ved the mainspring of ng drive and smashed seconil score up 12 first downs to th Carolina Its runnassed 221 yards to 35 iecocks Duke gained passing to 50 through le South Carolinians dina sophomores hem hue Devils in the first t for Parker's 78-yard vas called back to the :ause of clipping arid am by Tipton cks' Best Chance e best of punt ex! Gamecocks worked position when Urban nt of Parker's kick and ley sophomore guard - sail on the Duke 19 ed to Urban for six a line for two more on y and :sassed to Capt 1 end for nearly 11 on was downed almost goal Clary fumbled !arolina lost the ball a m passed from behind Hackney for 15 yards he most daring plays ses and laterals trullmdful failed to razzleGamecocks and the ltest continued until tth Carolina quarterd to Johnston who ball deep in the Duke ld gained a total of 32 Hackney ran him out raring Story urned the tables by in Gamecock pass on his ling the ball back 31 th Carolina held and ad out of bounds on the 12 Hackney made an irn of the next punt Devils Crove to a score outh Carolina 27-yard ide penalties caused setbacks but a forward from Hackney to Ilana netted 16 yards y ran 11 yards around sr the touchdown after ss He converted from c the ball midway to sck goal on a fumble se half but South Carotin a defense that held 21-yard line during the pite a 30-yard race t end by Hackney - stopped near mid)ukes launched a new drive by a 39-yard pass dowa from Parker to ludgins caught the ball and was snagged by defense man by one rcled right end for five le score two plays later Imith substitute back extra point from placeadually edged South ack toward its goal cl from behind his goal ran the ball back 21 th Carolina drew a 15- y for roughness putting its 15 pped 11 'yards through of the Gamecock de-Smith sneaked off left touchdown on a weak-hat caught the Gameng He actded the point nent cost Duke one touch-probably another and Blue Devils to take nine the South Carolina 27- in making their first yet they drew only a yards in penalties )ok the ball on his 22 formation in the first died out of the scrim apparently downed and ards behind slashing 'Mlle crossed the goal of the nearest defense le ball was put back on tecause of clipping ty for backfield-in-mo-- led II yards gained bY 11 - a Turn To Page aut) m-- - ------------- rE NEWS AND OBSERVER RALEIGH N C SUNDAY MORNING OCTOBER 4 1936 17r7q )I ) 1 Duke 11 1x4‘ i:- J )- is- Navy Tops Davidson Du u Iu1 1) t fgooga dt I pt A sok a aro I qpi a IPWIt Wolk 11 iik — - 1 L Car - !Tass L tf) 4 e t 4 1 p ostowookowAold 4 "-Iry TY - I ' k! 1 : 4 61116 vxemr a 1- — — - mommm----lr-w-"Easaeowgeomno-v IP - - - -

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