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Barron Slocum tor Lackey McKee for Laws Lackey for Sio- I f G Id t 'ourmIDasavrsc8 Caorrn of orstniiinleretezin ' - '"-1'--p-'' i ' 2‘1L4 it C1-41-JCVC 0 ER HIGH POINT V Focrt-te51--to- 3041-11- - ''''':?'-t:nfda Rogers for Hyatt: Brownlee to i4"--' r ' S f G or Lone core o t' tv 3 1":!' 'dio 4 -lo ' 4 Alb mason Means for Hardin James for sophomore end for ate Bach for Kelly Andrews for Kip- arms Game 1 Judge GURLEY S BEARS AUBIJRN GRIODERS the Duke Blue — rte 1st uteoltny tbhaettlter nhae ra et 0:yh i so rtthear nnolonn But during the entire game the Dukemen played a brand of delete sive ball that will be talked here intercepting b a outs for generations to come for time and time again the lighting pase dowu the field Fred Crawford ' N4A the Tar Heels leading throughout after touchdown: North 'Carolina: '9' ' i:4 i L NJ Ic--rolzz-r oveR gR - " -1 -14: L 14' eftjar Rogers: Ilattibrook for Adkins Devils hooked his arm the ball went es Stuntil the Tornado tied it up witlun chandler (placement) Georgia Carpenter for Shoek Kentucky e ' ' ' -1-ii 41 ejt tr i ht 110 substitutions: Darby for Gibeon 8 a g up and eame down in the two minutes of the end when Las- Tech: mcArthur (drop kick) '''' rr '51'4 R-Isel eeeelel Fe1P-4 84: leiter fumbled and Tech made a 31- of Welton "Pap" Barton Blue Underwood Philpot for McIver ' RC Go-r ! jorv- meaGnitisise3neeflortoDrarpcynzestigigre Devine tackle wile raced 21 yard gan a substitute back crashed the s ese sal Lassiter for chandler te Bridgers ISS!) Le GA irr1-1 piP15 f's' seti tieS'5i-4 -A45 GReico for Kerchevalt Kerchevalt for down the field for a touchdown Cap- tz:)51-r10 14 ON ": d d t hd a d line for a yar an ouc oan n for Brandt Alexander for Gil- rs re 44 c J4 114 Lit (--Aurr atbTEc44 t-et-t-3 Phipps Officials: Strupper e m (Geer- tein Brewer added the extra point tel girt Teti) f e w reere urinniaseeCoa) 'ISe' 4s-rim w 11 dunes from plaeemnt is ncident aceount e" McArthur dropkicked the one extra for walker Peacock for Ferebee 1 - IC) cc19 Z5 umpire rolley (Aub ) ili''1A point he tried during the afternoon Brandt for Brown Strickland for rzacs t-A A x - ' - man: Collins (vanderbilt) field That third period Is for the only scoring in the Duke f 't e With two minutes to go Carolina effoordgxs00Tmhoregesooeno4(cir e 1iess Chandler Georgia Tech :substitutions Davis LOW SCORES IN Devile 7-0 viable' over the Wildeats Thompson and to Cozart for a pair Nitmen Hart Techs Block Aggie Punt QuAKERs DEFEAT TuLANE TROUNCES I of passing and re-passing Thompson ng a Tech heave and Neb- lett intercepting another Carolina toss e Pip Slusser Stuart Chandler and rtiams for Goldsmith Barron for Galloway Peeler tor ) Bacron Tharpe s°mrit(i7talP(rC3711learmrsor rtitri ra!ncl'dor- cherry Laws for McKee Brady for Fincher Fincher for EZPII Stroupe Blocks Kick and 1 Greason Recovers As State First S I C Win boye of Wallace Wade backed p near their own goal line held a ereuw o of fad-stepping Kentncky befits to Devil ' everlasting fight a ever est ng g t mud be Tm W hit scored the Carolina e I -- Incidentally Sluseer topped all Juege' toeing them Were a trio of Jacket er(eaetHcivesiry Ar(nsoelwd a (Auburn) xf Roberts and Williams Feature Registers 6-0 Win A Wolfpack from North Carolina ' tions of Eton bad little trouble tam- A & M here today and won its first Left Guard ing High Point's Panthers here this conference game of the year by a Cobb Espey lone touchdown resulting from a position Center Gousett Guilford Continues Clear Rec- Green Wave Sets Stage For The Lenoir Rhyne Bears were sub- —Tulane's Big Green Wave swept 7 to 0 victory over a valiant take the bail on downs And then glances at the figures on the game -- " touchdowns and chandler got one Badely (Washington and Leel head- As Walkerites Win Little North Carolina Miseinsippl ATgagylleoar ord in Little Six by Topping Georgia Meeting by Top— the Duke soph balfbaelt Nick LaneY Starkyille Miss Nov --(AP)— Gurneau came through in good style in punt e extra point in three tries his first linesmat) Brice (Auburn) field Six Test 30 To 0 Plies Lenoir-Rhyne ping Plainsmen 27-0 Left End leg out of danger WiMeate demerved a victory but the groend gainers with 166 yards for Guilford College Nov 1—(AP)— Montgomery Ala Nov 7—(AP) From a atatistical standpoint Vol wit Eton College Nov 7—The Chris State descended upon Mississippi Left Tackle ' Is tri & Crown was second high Duke Ward h ards for 11 tries and rot 77 y- I sneedeters—aleArthur with 63 points afternoon scoring five touchdowns LaForte The effectively in the first three to a 2 taken into roamideration when one " for nine Hart with 62 for 17 and I blocked punt The North Carolina State touch W The score was 6 to O today after the lighter Plainsmen ead held the Southern Conference Devils backed up to their goal line Galloway a substitute w ho performed Bight Tackle the punch but a crew of fierce Blue roteworthily with 52 for 10 MeAr- XIE S DAY to turn in a 30-0 victory - Wilson Scales Right Guard en reason Od Nash periods by the Guilford Quakers this Alabama Polytechnic election here Scales afternoon and though they drove for it was not Kentucky that lacked High I °int was outplayed in down came in the third period when G thur Galloway and Milligan scored every department of the game the after an exchange of punts the Ma- Right End lost the I leaders scoreless for most of the first half ons were backed to their 15-yard Jeffrey Herrington that would not be brushed aside the 'Tech markers with the former Panthers making only two threats IrPn Stroup° Wolf tckle blcked Quarterbaele tdhoewyn aftoarrtledsetooree ilnatteh the on the Guilford th game 18 to 6 - More thaa ten thousand specta Laney Delivers two shining brilliantly in the Athens Bulldogs' Win Gets during the afternoon these coming 1 e a 0 d A d bo Dellinger the punt of g en gine en o w Tutor letic Field r fillip Cranton bowl to ea a- Nick the bri te I g P If La nev lliant sopho in the second and last quarters The Left Half city watched with amazement as ' pinches had dropped back to kick and Grea- Cook f t the - p early in Davis Gull ord go le jum more aek s Slusser Runs 85 Yards Spotlight Dopesters Have locals' 10 yard line was reached on son an end scooped up the loose Right Half the game when Newton fumbled the Auburn's thin forward b needed two beautiful per Carolina got the jump in the first s bloeked all formances on conmeentive Saturdays Good d Day in South both occasions but grounded passes i ball ended chances for Panther scores h and ste pp ed acro ss the g oal Comiskey Wichman Fullback first play after the kickoff and Bou- h until th e Tulane's scoring threats un 1 last two minutes of the second per to gain the confidence of the Duke ei ter and after one preliminary f uar lne for the score Jeffrey's drop- R ton got on it for Guilford on the Score by periods: ( l' e rearch of 40 yards that Tech only Eton s quarterback Charlie Rob- kid and themselves twice penetrated coaches the masters of Duke football By the Associated Press kick for extra point was blocked Mississippi Agates -0 0 0 0-0 25-yard line ' stopped on its '21-yard line the Tar crts starred for the ChriMians mak- Both teams played on compare- N C State e 0 6 0-6 Guilford drove down to the goal deep into Oreenie territory should now be ready to tell him Beds got the ball after McArthur' ls Georgia a triumph three of h over New York 1 'ng thr is team's touchdowns t Ivel y equal terms throughout the Scoring: Touchdown : (treason Zimmerman's 35 yard run back their innermst secret for that 10 e 5- punt and on the first play Rip Slue- University in an intersectional feet- One tcame on a lateral pass and two tirst half of the game The Ma- North Carolina ate Off Referee Dahlene (Kansas) umpire St ic ials : and lost the ball on downs On the next play Newton was hit behind of an Auburn kick to the Plains- Pound fighter is one good reneon why men's 42 set the spark for the first Kentucky's Wildcats failed to score rs gain each ler broke off left tackle cut back game o overshadowed straight passes for around 35 on s ra g a h roons threatened the visitors goal sunivan (missouri(cState) eorgia Tee head h the line by Haworth and Purnell the successful Tulane offensive which He did not star in running the ball e ball 7 t 6 ead e linesman Phillips ) ' ' 1 f d 11 t 1 ) found the open and out-sprinted Jap Southern Conference interest in near the end of the first period - gaining on y our yar i 3 n three a - Hart and a flock of would-be fast Dixie yesterday the other t yes er ay as e o er gum s The local's first touchdown came when off tackle slants and end runs Field Judge Burghard (Mississippi) ball bounded over the line and Ha brought a touchdown just as the gai shortly after the kick-off when Rob lient punts whieh ec NI acketa for 85 yards and touchdown of the Southland won handily as pre- of Herrington and Wiehman placed worth recovered for a Guilford touch- half ended tempts but his bril Stuart Chandler paceicee OS Chdl l kkd thdieted erts took a lateral pass from Wil- the ball on the five yard line There down It was a different 'story in the averaged 37 2-7 yard& his stellar de- hams to score Williams tossed Early in the second half after a third period as Tulane drove 75 feneive work and his running back the North Carolinians stiffened point Tulane which meets the Georgia Long Scoring March Roberts another pass shortly before touchdown punt exchange Guilford was in mid yards after downing the kick off on of Wildent kick contributed an ex- Bulldogs next week was held for one Following the State in E thd th fi t period chalk e rs perk) en e o c e no tie third quarter both teams start- it field The Quakers got in position their 25 for their second touchdown eeedinglo great part to the showing period by a aefensive and determin- 'rar H arly eelin s climaxed a e secon 77- quarter the yard march another six points for Eton eel offensives which failed to get to docotre twhheiri5Jamdieseneracad around d sacnodrefofuornomwiinnisiteso laateryhad another the Devils emraDde leaders be e y i room an a ed Auburn Tiger but the swift backs sixty mrd ad Other uke featured -by a 47-yard sprint off of the Greenies put on steam to The third touchdown came on a much beyond midfield I Bonn id b Bll Cd yard crush the Plainsmen in the last Hold At I Yard Line Jam line rush by Williams after a sue- -ieson made it first down The Vance The final score came early But he W83 not by himself in the n the last period starring roles Captain Kidd Brewer hen Candler room to Brown— t e gam on a pans three periods 27 to O h d tamed march in the second period Both teams used straight football Bears refused to be budged on the 'wh - hit the line three - Then Roberts caught a long pass for three quarters of the game It next three plays but on last down big junior full Nellie Felts the b offensive attack nd i wee the chief offens a Tennessee another major confer- back from Mississippi reached his NVIFI able to gain yards enough to kill tme& a id e d b y a pena lt y f or T ec h in the the g was not until the final period the Bunn once squad went out of the circle ird quarter to score again h Commodores Register went over 39-12 y tearing the top form of the season e quarter y score 13 Tech time in the fourth uarte Don H being off aide for touchdown The The final score was made by Doffle- Maroons uncorked a d ling aerial dazzling lira 18 to 0 five plays later for to lambast Carson Newman 31 to O opposing line to pieces and person att and Fred Crawford two Weaver- board read Carolina ihr Maryland's 8 Victory For Mary and s Lenoir- Rhyne fumbled the kick off Alabama ran up 41 points against myer as the last period opened The attack with Sikes substitute for 0 and it lked like Carolina day the University of Florida in the first Eton captain caught a 25-yard pass derrington throwing passes to First 1931 Setback' on the 30-yard line and lost the ball ally scoring three of Tulane's four eel bey who play mote' ends owever June game tonehdown s stopped the Wildcats' maiw threa the Tar Heel line got hurt and hal V t About oo that time h between the " e ween e two institutions from Williams and ran 10 yards over Davis and Wichman which brought " A 15-yard penalty and an off-tackle Twice in the first period Tulane eshieessess1 Kelly in his tracks on Underwood one of the mainstays in at Birmingham since 1923 while the goal for the score the ball to the North Carolina one Nashville Tenn Nov 7—(AP)— play put Bunn on the far side of the was in scoring position but once an ' anderbilt and Maryland went on a e work f Mor his and Peopl es yard line Again The o p e stubborn ain 6 white line again intercepted pass on the five yard E Ad every piny he tried and merv its efforts and from then on it was fling 39 to 12 to leave the game Tech redoubled ' scoring spree the Commodores win was outstanding in the Eton line North Carolina line staved off the Behind a crushing k g offensive attack Things went the other way in the ine by Hitchcock and again a rum- kins tle fiery: centee although Reeves played best for the visitors touchdown supported superbly by an almost bn- last period which was all Lenoir- I t - 214 ' d did ele on the 33 halted the advances P aYing eP"si e a ' -poun er a nip and tuck game the closeness Louisiana State took on the Army El°11 made 19 first downs to six Greason's Kicking Features more then hie ehnre of work in stop- : - Rhyne and mostly all Newton Fumbles hurt the chances of both for High Point Greason State end who dropped pine' the le ildents of which only the actual staieties in another intersectional tilt penetrable defense Vanderbilt over t A of t uco ud Mr h B th hitherto nnqereay- punt exchange gave the ears e reams in the second period but near eould show The line-up: back to do all the Wolfpaek whelmed bith 's punt- The Kentuekians made 12 first Position Southern interest and was dropped The cm) Hi land 39 to 12 here today 30 d I N 't h If t Z' took a kick Y ball on their -yar line ea on a one Zimmerman 00 Statistics Also Close 20 to O Virginia bowed to Columbia itli Point (0) ing kept the edge for State in kick- f 12 d — t the ' d ran 18 passed to Barkby or an on his 2a ran o e an downs to Duke's three They gained And here they are Tech got 13 27 to O Rollins Denny ing' His punts averaged well above A crowd of close to 10 000 saw the Old Liners toppled from their perch behind on the 67 d f they ear it on our passes ley com- after Love had him back of the line was snagged from trot downs to Carolina's II Caro- North Carolina's game with Geer- Wet Left End 40 yards and were instrumental in pleted out of ten tries They had near the top of the Southern Confer- lina gained 2'29 yards at the line ' gia Tech was the conference's lone Waters a Cooper gaining the position which gave them broke away for '20 yards Then New- Plainsmen's 42 An 18 yard pass emir tosee intercepted tea Doke gained but Tech gained 72 yards around the experts but Tech developed as equ- Guard non Left Tackle ence gridiron ranks Both teams ton made five and turned the wheel Zimnierman to Haynes slipped in 1 their touchdown and victory Bohan- 15 yards 'on the Le pass completed to Tech's 175 losing 21 to Tech's 18 upset The Tar Heels were voted by Lewis Royal now are out of the running for the over to Hughes who plunged the line among several large running gains - 1 or Left in two attempts and had one inter ' substitute for Dellinger was a trou lit Tu P loop title since the Commodores pre- Morphia Robbins constant threat in the backfield three times to score five minutes be- lane to the eight yard g ends and bet only five while Caro- ally effective offense and the con- I eepted and first down Three p ass Center His off tackle slants and thrusts at viouely had lost games to Tulane and fore the game ended line lina was making 22 yards and losing test ended in a 19-all deadlock Duke Peoples Cramer I the middle of the line were good Georgic failed but on the fourth Glover The ildcata were penalized SO - li k t) nothing around the flanks Carolina barely managed to nose out a 7 to 0 o Right Guard The lineups: dd 11 pesey for yardage almost every time The gold and black warriors of Lenoir -Rhyne Guilford hurdled on the line for the touch Yards while the Devils lost 11 in that J 0 completed five of 10 passes for 63 win over the Kentucky Wildcats Caddell Right Tackle Cobb Espey Lead Line Dan MeGugin scored six touchdowns Position down and then place-kicked goal manner Kentucky fumbled once Adding up the gains and subtracting Mississippi by the same score Vic- (' yards Tech four of II for 59 yards Sewanee turned the trick to defeat Brawley Swartz State line which was much on straight running football four of Left End Little Isees Tulane needed but nine plays and and Duke recovered it but the Devils the losses the total yardage from ginia Military Institute made the s Roberts Right End The cte pierce heavier than the Maroon's but was which came in the third period when Stasavitch Love four minutes to score in the thir d h e ld the today d did e b ai 1 tightly o ay an 1 scrimmage was Carolina 293 Tech point after to defeat Clemsoile 7 to Dofflemeyer Quarterea somewhat erratic in midfield braced their offensive drive reached its Left Tackle quarter from the 25 yard line and not muff Menet Velikis Burgwyn oukkly came back to count its third The W ildcats gained 257 yards ' S83 6 Washington and Lee won from se lo Right Half when it most needed strength on height Left Guard down following a drive start- from the line of scrimmage to Duke's Walker r oonson each of three occasions it stubbornly Maryland resorting to a massing Hemphill Rudisill touch a 'Oa Tech Draws Near Virginia Polythenic 6 to 0 and the Left Half held the Maroons when a yard or g after its line plays failed to Center ing from its own 40 yard line with CO and Kercheval Kentucky full Techmen started then rally Mississippi Aggies were downed by Williams game - o e e t -e The Reese Rhyne Bouton Felts lugging the ball across both back punted 7 times for 224 yards two meant touchdowns Captain click counted twice in the second Right Guard a 'r-'' immediately after Chandler bucked North Carolina State by a like score Fullback Troutman f the Bunn t t th after play times Score by quarters Cobb : gaint tackle led the line play period Forward passes placed the Gribble Purnell La k- k and averaged 3'2 while Laney id c e that second Carolina touchdown Among the S L A A topnotchers Eton 1: for 522 yards averaging 12 0 12 Right Tackle An 75 yard succession of short 4 time 0-30 He was ably supported by EsPeY team in scoring position each time over Cherry got the kick-off and Mercer won from Birmingham- High Point 0 0 0 0— 0 - Barkley Haworth d i the third d iod ' ' gains started n e ir per 37 2-7 yards from the line of serim at center and Greason at end Tommy Henderson la5-pound van- Right End Teturned it to his 35 and with Gal- Southern at a home coming celebra- Elvnomriariggiscndrvoets: Roberts made a last touchdown early in the megs Herrington Maroon quarterback derbilt quarterback featured the Hughes Bass loway Hart and McArthur alteniat- tion at Macon attended by the Geor substitutions—Eton: Reiber Maui- matched kicks with Greaeon until Commodore onslaught with a beau- scored and Cheek o Quarterback fourth and Felts who ek Four Threats e lug and plieing the line and racing gia Governor 12 to 0 while Chatta- ale t Barkley winecoff Coward Jones High Newton Jamieson most of the other regulars retired To be exact the Wildeate were around the ends Tech made a series nooga ran wild to wallop Transyl- P 1 n William b a - Smith d the third d ter e was injure in e tr guar f d touchdown t ti ul 59-yar ose own jaun on Half Left en favor of substitutes Tulane within the Devils' five yard line four oarmon mccummings Lame Wet: Then Sikes who substituted for him the e secon pay aer e start of ' - Cl short methodical gains that car- vania 68 to 7 kins made 27 first downs to Auburn's times during the first half On the - Med them across the last white line --- -------e------ turned his attention to an aerial second half It was a fake reverse Sanders Right Bait Chisholm seven second of these four threats they had McArthur V P I CROSS-COUNTRY fte h lied arch of 65 yards o r an un a m LEES-McRAE PLAYS TIE attack which threatened to destroy and was executed perfectly' Fullback the six point lead held by the Score by periods: n 6— e ST JOHN'S LITCLASSED the ball on the Devils' one yard line thur drove center for three I RUNNERS BEST WILDCATS WITH MARS HILL ELEVEN Wolfpack CRIMSON TIDE SWAMPS Lenoir-Rhyne 0 0 0 but the fighting Dukesters held them yards and the score Williems missed Guilford 6 0 12 0-16 s — --- Hi longest and most thrilling BY YALE ELEVEN 52-0 off Three times of the four the ball ' the try for point e FLORIDA GATORS 41-0 Touchodwns Guilford Bunn 2 —— ' - Davidson Nov 7—The cross- Mars Hill Nov 7---(AP)—Lees- effort was a pass to Davis who re- Haworth Lenoir-Rhyne Hughes was within scoring distance with They swapped blows the rest of the country 'varsity of V P L this McRae scored a touchdown and made eeived it for a 37 yard gain Offieials Referee Poindexter Caro- New Haven Conn Nov 7—(AP)— four downs to make it in Birmingham Ala Nov 7 —(AP)-- line: umpire Pritehett Carolina half with Tech getting one first morning defeated the Davidson Col- the extra point in e last minute A peculiar feature of the Maroon a i midfield entuckyO backs were Scoring two touchdowns n each In K head linesman Hayes Missouri down Carolina none and neither etch Alabama's Crimson Tide developed legs aggregation 23 to 38 - of play here th l today to tie Mars Hill team was a midget backfield w period against its hopelessly out- able to gain the ground but once team threateniag seriously amazing power after a scoreless first ' The Davidson freshmen outfit was College 14 to 14 Long runs fee- averaged 150 pounds TIDE AND MOCCASIONS classed opponent Yale today over they got near the Duke goal line it i the second half Carolina received - t The Tornado blew into a fury early period today to crush Florida's foot- Infrequent penalties for roughing St John's of Maryland 52 was another story led to but Tech held and They tried ball team 41 to 0 TO PLAY FOR CHARITY whehned - o w bolding and offside were alloted to to 0 in a game played before only cross over by every known method - got the ball on more successful wit the Winston- tured the clash which saw Mars Hill Salem High School h Schoarrier& the wild shading its rivals until the final la kittens winning 26 to 29 - Ca tain Andy Albritton interceP tid Captain Brannon of Davidson was a se and ran 70 yards for a touch- first in the varsity three-mile trot down in the second The Aggie line consistently minutes ancl 17 seconds bein scored in the opening period after res Cal D each team The Maroons lost 85 yards p - - rioted& enalties for roughness in — spectators the smallest crowd peening end running and line plung the second period twice placed the Chattanooga Tess Nov 7--(CP) 5°(rn spec Carolina's 47 after Crooms short and State lost 70 uld not do it pun ever to witness a football contest in ing but they co t Galloway found a hole at left played th d line from —The University f Alabama will ball on their one-yar i e om e ere' y o Then The Score! quarter to even Alabama the bowl guard and ran 30 yarde on the see- throughout the game Ward and Neigh where Cain and Long p ay e I th Chattanooga Moccasins in d It was in the third period after (- ey eine Eli fullback and negotiated the distance in 16 the count after Lees McRae had backs scored a charity football game here on De- Joe -nowt 3 - Ond play Tech was thrown back at guard were best on defense Tay- s La had punted 56 yards from with Capt Albie Booth to make the lie - 1 1- 15 yards when penalized for hold- a lot at tackle played a very agg- Arrangements f th e n and Long started the touch- comber 5 Arrangemen or trailed by Miles of the Gibblerag P g Pe midfield over the Wildcats goa me - steady drive complete tout The big full- ing but the Jackets came right back sive game down parade with a first down on 1 post game were announced game a co five of the Yale eo ue h that the great event happened foe Mel-ayden of the Davidson fresh- The Lions scored on a pass from i - There wee a series of short line Eikes' passing was always a threat Florida's 33 and Cain broke through today by Al Perzellus chairman of back scored f Duke Johnson started to pass but led all others in the two-mile Albritton to Stephens i lithe third ----- ' gains Sad then McArthur passed 15 men lc to the v 'tors but the Aggies tom- right guard before being stopped the Chattanooga community chest do wns as be and Booth tore through t s be did in the Wake Forest - 1 rerds te Galloway and Galloway step freshman run and finished in le period and with the final whistle pleted only font of ten tries The vies On Florida's 7 Three line thrusts Proceeds will be given to the eocial their lighter opponents for long gains Os- 1 w k ago game at Durham three wee s g minutes 12 seconds Kinney Of Win- about to blow Clark passed 35 yards itorg attempted gve passes none of aided by the first Florida penalty service bureau affiliated with the during the first hall and Part of the -- A N: d to Williams - 1 ' I ir 4tast Tara to Faso Two &eon-Salem finished secon for the final score which was completed carried t st the ball over community chest third period (Please Turn to Page Three i ) i 4 I k - It-N - ---- TORNADO AVOIDS 11 DEFEAT BY LATE SCORING THRUST Tech Gets Seven Points in 1 Final Two Minutes to Tie II Tar Heels at 19-All RIP SLUSSER TURNS IN 85-YARD SCORING RUN Long Dash Brings Early Lead and Tar Heels Remain in Front Until Tieing Rally Following Tumble Gil breath Fysal Hodges Lead Tar Heel Line By M ft ALEXANDER - Special Correspondent Grant Field Atlanta Ga Nov 7 —Georgia Tech came from behind this afternoon to pull a hot game out of the fire and tie North Carolina's Tar Heels 19-19 It was a nip and tuck battle with the Tar Heels leading throughout until the Tornado tied it up within two minutes of the end when Lassiter fumbled and Tech made a 31- yard march climaxed when Milligan a substitute back crashed the line for a yard and touchdown and McArthur dropkicked the one extra point he tried during the afternoon With two minutes to go Carolina shot ita bolt with a last minute aerial attack White passed to Thompson and to Cozart for a pair of first downs but Neblett Tech center intercepted the next pass The last minute was spent in a wild orgy of passing and re-passing Thompson intercepting a Tech heave and Neblett intercepting another Carolina toss Rip Slusser Stuart Chandler and Tom White scored the Carolina touchdowns and Chandler got one extra point in three tries his first -- Incidentally Slusser topped all groond gainers with 166 yards for Is tri( Ft Crown was second high with 77 yards for 11 tries and folloving them ivere a trio of Jacket speedstcrs—McArthur with 63 points for nine Hart with 62 for 17 and Galloway a substitute who performed noteworthily with 52 for 10 McAr- thur ' Galloway and Milligan scored the Tech markers with the former two shining brilliantly in the pinches Slusser Runs 85 Yards Carolina got the jump in the first tuarter and after one preliminary march of 40 yards that Teeh only stopped on its 21-yard line the Tar Beets got the ball after McArthur' punt and on the first play Rip Sluseer broke off left tackle cut back found the open and out-sprinted Jap Bart and a flock of would-be fast jacketa for 85 yards and touchdown Stuart Chandler placekicked the point Long Scoring March Early in the second quarter the Tar Reels climaxed a 77-yard march --featured by a 47-yard sprint off taekle by Bill Croom and a 20-yard gain on a pass Croom to Brown— 'when Chandler - hit the line three times aided by a penalty for Tech being off side for touchdown The score board read Carolina 13 Tech 0 and it looked like Carolina day About that time however June Underwood one of the mainstays in the Tar Heel line got hurt and had to leave the game Tech redoubled its efforts and from then on it was a nip and tuck game the closeness of which only the actual staietics eould show Statistics Also Close And here they are: Tech got 13 first downs to Carolina's IL Carolina gained 229 yards at the line to Tech's 175 losing 21 to Tech's 18 but Tech gained 72 yards around the ends and bet only five while Caroline was making 22 yards and losing nothing around the flanks Carolina completed five of 10 passes for 63 yards Tech four of 11 for 59 yards Adding up the gains and subtracting the losses the total yardage from scrimmage was Carolina 293 Tech S83 Tech Draws Near L) The Techmen started their rally Immediately after Chandler bucked that second Carolina touchdown over Cherry got the kick-off and returned it to his 35 and with Galloway Hart and McArthur alternating and plieing the line and racing around the ends Tech made a series Cl short methodical gains that carried them across the last white line after an unhalted march of 65 yards McArthur drove center for three yards and the score Willims missed the try for point They swapped blows the rest of the half with Tech getting one first down Carolina none and neither team threatening seriously x The Tornado blew into a fury early in the second half Carolina received but Tech held and got the ball on Carolina's 47 after Croom's short punt Galloway found a hole at left guard and ran 30 yards on the seend Way Tech was thrown back 15 yards when penalized for holding but the Jackets came right back There woe a series of short line gains Sad then McArthur passed 15 rads to Galloway and Galloway step Milonot Turn to Faso Two) The News Wolfpack Scores 6 to 0 Tied Once More Nogik Carolina Georgia Tech' Position Walker Slocum Left End Hodgen Cain Left Tackle McIver Kroner Left Guard Gilbreath Neblett Center Fyne' Laws Right Guard Underwood Ezell Right Tackle Brown Goldsmith Right End Ferebee McArthur Quarterback Croom Barron Left Half Slusser Hart Right Half Chandler Cherry Fullback Score by periods North Carolina 7 8 0 6-19 Georgia Tech 0 6 6 1-19 Scoring: Touchdowns North Caro- lina Slusser Chandler White (sub for Croom) Georgia Tech McArthur Galloway (sub for Barron) Milligan (sub for Cherry) Points after touchdown: North Carolina: Chandler (placement) Georgia Tech: McArthur (drop kick) Carolina substitutions: Oliver for Underwood Phi loot for McIver White for Croom Newcombe fo- Fysal Lassiter for Chandler Bridgers for Brandt Alexander for Gilbreath Daniels for Philpot Cozart for Walker Peacock for Ferebee Brandt for Brown Strickland for Hodges Thompson for Slusser White for Croom Peacock for Chandler Chandler for Ferebee Brandt for Brown Strickland for Hodges Georgia Tech substitutions: Davis for Hart Kroner for Corn Ga 110way for Barron Slocum for Lackey McKee for Laws Lackey for Slocum Isaacs for Goldsmith Peterson for Davis Corn for Kroner Williams for Goldsmith Barron for Galloway Peeler tor Barron Theme for Cain Gardner for Tharpe Goldsmith for Williams Milligan for Cherry Laws for McKee Brady for Fincher Fincher for Ezell Officials: Arnold (Auburn) referee Perry (Sewanee) umpire Bade ly (Washington and Lee head-linesman Brice (Auburn) field Judge ' GEORGIA VICTORY TOPS DIXIE'S DAY Athens pulldogs' Win Gets Spotlight Dopesters Have Good Day in South By the Associated Press Georgia's triumph over New York University in an intersectional foot ball game 7 to 6 overshadowed Southern Conference interest in Dixie yesterday as the other giaut8 1 of the Southland won handily as predicted Tulane which meets the Georgia Bulldogs next week was held for one period by a aefensive and determined Auburn Tiger but the swift backs of the Greenies put on steam to crush the Plainsmen in the last three periods 27 to O Tennessee another major conference squad went out of the circle to lambast Carson-Newman 31 to O Alabama ran up 41 points against the University of Florida in the first game between the two institutions at Birmingham since 1923 while Vanderbilt and Maryland went on a scoring spree the Commodores winning 39 to 12 Louisiana State took on the Army in another intersectional tilt of Southern interest and was dropped 20 to O Virginia bowed to Columbia 27 to O North Carolina's game with Georgia Tech was the conference's lone upset The Tar Heels were voted by experts but Tech developed as equally effective offense and the contest ended in a 19-all deadlock Duke barely managed to nose out a 7 to 0 win over the Kentucky Wildcats Sewanee turned the trick to defeat Mississippi by the same score Virginia Military Institute made the point after to defeat Clemsod 7 to 6 Washington and Lee won from Virginia Polythenic 6 to 0 and the Mississippi Aggies were downed by North Carolina State by a like score Among the S I A A topnotchers Mercer won from Birmingham-Southern at a home-coming celebration at Macon attended by the Georgia Governor 12 to 0 while Chattanooga ran wild to wallop Transylvania 68 to 7 VP I CROSS-COUNTRY RUNNERS BEST WILDCATS - Davidson Nov 7--The cross-country 'varsity of V P L this morning defeated the Davidson College aggregation 23 to 38 The Davidson freshmen outfit was more successful wit the Winston-Salem ugh School harriers the wild kittens winning 26 to 29 Captain Brannon of Davidson was first in the varsity three-mile trot and negotiated the distance in 16 minutes and 17 seconds being trailed by Miles of the Gibblers McFayden of the Davidson freshmen led all others in the two-mile freshman run and finished in 11 minutes 12 seconds Kinney of Winston-Salem finished second ND T es"040SVP0 SPORTS Nnv 1 a-IttAN0"14-"1al OutE mt:'20615:Zs A Pk45-5 -T-6 ccoRry oveil iEt-t-ruCt4- 5 PINIcre -1Amet5 5tt3 EP41) - côt-APLETED Doni or-11-sy cvociD 14EAv e 5:4:05110 f-4 ON J014 k-4141 rsre Akr4 ELON SCORES WIN OVER HIGH POINT Roberts and Williams Feature As Walkerites Win Little Six Test 30 To 0 Elon College Nov 7--The Christions of Elon bad little trouble taming High Point's Panthers here this afternoon scoring five touchdowns to turn in a 30-0 victory High Point was outplayed in every department of the game the Panthers making only two threats during the afternoon these coming in the second and last quarters The locals' 10 yard line was reached on both occasions but grounded passes ended chances for Panther scores Elon's quarterback Charlie Rob orts starred for the Christians making three of his team's touchdowns One came on a lateral pass and two on straight passes for around 35 yards gain each The local's first touchdown came shortly after the kick-off when Rob erts took a lateral pass from Williams to score Williams tossed Roberts another pass shortly before the first period ended to chalk no another six points for Mon The third touchdown came on a line rush by Williams after a sustained march in the second period Then Roberts caught a long pass in the third quarter to score again The final score was made by Dofflemyer as the last period opened The Elon captain caught a 25-yard pass from Williams and ran 10 yards over the goal for the score The work of Morphis and Peoples was outstanding in the Elon line Reeves played best for the visitors Elon made 19 first downs to six for High Point The line-up: Mon (30) High Point (0) Position Point (0) Denny Cooper Royal Robbins Cramer Pesey Swartz Pierce Menet Zonneon Rollins Waters Lewis Morphis Peoples Caddell Brawley Left End Left Tackle Left Guard Center Eight Guard Right Tackle Right End Roberts Quarternacis Dottlemeyer Right Half Walker 4 Left Halt' Williams Reese Fullback Score by quarters: Elon 12 0 12 6-30 High Point 0 0 0 0-- 0 Lion scoring touchdowns: Roberts 8 Williams Doilemeyer Substitutions--Elon: Rather Mauldin Winecort Coward Jones High Point: Barkley Williams - Smith clarmon McCummings 'anise Watkins LEES-McRAE PLAYS TIE WITH MARS HILL ELEVEN Mars Hill Nov 7----(AP)—LeesMcRae scored a touchdown and made the extra point in the last minute of play here today to tie Mars Hill College 14 to 14 Long runs feetured the clash which saw Mars Hill shading its rivals until the final play Captain Andy Albritton intercepted a pass and ran 70 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter to even the count after Lees-McRae had scored in the opening period after a steady drive The Lions scored on a pass from Albritton to Stephens I tithe third period and with the final whistle about to blow Clark passed 35 yards to Nil llama for the final score RALEIGH N C SUNDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 8 1931 a0104000 SCRATCHES bIG - 15)'Arc 0FzzEnl" NA0H 4 NI rtc: 4 La bl-te44-51--t0 - 00141-1 I N iC-'101-r O‘JeR 'R C - fet rr '5-rA R -ret vA-1 FJ!s--1 'f4 r C I Go -r 1zt:) ()GA trri-1 )-" 41 rZNC'S 1 LA Techs Block Aggie Punt For Lone Score of Game Stroupe Blocks Kick and irst S C Win Greason Recovers As State F Registers 6-0 Win hi nth enrol ton Illtooloolont 1 j-LMIL LLP IL Starkyille Miss Nov Gurneau End Price Left A Wolfpack from North Carolina Cobb Taylor State descended upon Mississippi Left Tackle Duke Ward A & M here today and won its first Left Guard conference game of the year by a Espey Gousett lone touchdown resulting from a a Forte L Center Nash blocked punt The score was 6 to O Right Guard The North Carolina State touch- Wilson Scales down came in the third period when Right Tackle °den after an exchange of punts the Ma- Greason Right End roons were backed to their 15-yard Jeffrey Herrington line Stroup° Wolf tackle blocked Quarterbaelt the punt of Ogden Aggie end who Dellinger Tutor Left Half had dropped back to kick and Grea-Cook Davis son an end scooped up the loose Right Half ball and stepped across the goal Comiskey Wichman Fullback line for the score Jeffrey's drop- Score by periods: kick for extra point was blocked Mississippi Aggies 0 0 0 Both teams played on eompara- N C State North g : arol 0 0 e 0-6 rin tively equal terms throughout the cTn°auchovtne: OGfInaln: tirst half of the game The Ma- Referee Dahlene (Kansas) umpire roons threatened the visitors goal Sullivan (Missouri State) head linesman Phillips (Georgia Tech) near the end of the first period Field Judge Burghard when off tackle slants and end runs of Herrington and Wiehman placed the ball on the five-yard line There the North Carolinians stiffened Following the State touchdown in VANDY SMOTHERS the third quarter both teams start-I eel offensives which failed to get OLD LINER HOPES much beyond midfield Hold At 1-Yard Line Both teams used straight football for three quarters of the game It was not until the final period the Commodores Register 3912 Maroons uncorked a dazzling aerial attack with Sikes substitute for Victory For Maryland's derrington throwing passes to First 1931 Setback' Davis and Wichman which brought the ball to the North Carolina one yard line Again the stubborn Nashville Tenn Nov 7--(AP)— North Carolina line staved off the Behind a crushing offensive attack touchdown supported superbly by an almost im Greason's Kicking Features penetrable defense: Vanderbilt over Greason State end who dropped whelmed hitherto tutconquered Alary back to do all the Wolfpaek's punt- land 39 to 12 here today ing kept the edge for State in kick-A crowd of close to 10000 saw th( ing His punts averaged well above 40 yards and were instrumental in Old Liners toppled from their peret gaining the position which gave them near the top of the Southern Confer their touchdown and victory Bohan- ence gridiron ranks Both teamo non substitute for Dellinger was a now are out of the running for tho constant threat in the backfield loop title since the Commodores pre His off-tackle slants and thrusts at viouelv had lost games to Tulane an( the middle of the line were good Georgia - for yardage almost every time The gold and black warriors ol Cobb Espey Lead Line Dan MeGugin scored six touchdown! The State line which was much on straight running football four el heavier than the Maroon's but was which came in the third period whet somewhat erratic in midfield braced their offensive drive reached it when it most needed strength on height each of three occasions it stubbornly Maryland resorting to a paesini held the Maroons when a yard or game after its line plays failed to two meant touchdowns Captain click counted twice in the secon( Cobb gaint tackle led the line play period Forward passes placed tho He was ably supported by EsPeY team in scoring position each time at center and Greason at end Tommy Henderson 155-pound Van Herrington Maroon quarterback derbilt quarterback featured tho matched kicks with Greaeon until Commodore onslaught with a beau he was injured in the third quarter tiful 59-yard touchdown jaunt 01 Then Sikes who substituted for him the second play after the start of tho turned his attention to an aerial second half It was a fake revemo attack which threatened to destroy and was executed perfectly the six-point lead held by the Wolfpack CRIMSON TIDE SWAMPS His longest and most thrilling effort was a pass to Davis who re- FLORIDA 'GATORS 414 eeived it for a 87 yard gain A peculiar feature of the Maroon Birmingham Ala Nov 7--(AP)-- team was a midget backfield which Alabama's Crimson Tide developei averaged 150 pounds amazing power after a scoreless firs Infrequent penalties for roughing period today to crush Florida's foot holding and offside were alloted to hall team 41 to O da each team The Maroons lost 85 yards nori penalties for roughness and State lost 70 the second period twice placed th The Aggie line played consistently hall on their one-yard line frot throughout the game Ward and Nash where Cain and Long Alabam at guard were best on defense Tay- backs scored lor at tackle played a very aggres- Cain and Long started the touch sive game down parade with a first down o Eikes' passing was always a threat Florida's 33 and Cain broke throug' to the visitors but the Aggies tom- ri ght guard before being etoppe pleted only four of ten tries The via- on Florida's 7 Three line thrust itors attempted five passes none of aided by the first Florida penalt which was completed carried the ball over nd Observer Victory By 041v1E3t ?Atve'tk- SIA-TE15 1AC MA gi IS 410 g's y S 'q ) ' Ve u-rt:-- I i:r N- I 014 011 Let ov filIVA'si dtC)14 C tvE — ? 07'zZutz2 ' '421'''' '''' PAT40 I -3 Co 5' Feel - - -- oF A11:e rekt-tr)AGE - ----- 41:Dveo -ro -rv-441-I11--1 I-I Ciar) ts11 551 4 5 -- C) ---" 4:4 ovo North Carolina Miatiinalppl Agig lea Position Gurneau Price Left End Cobb Taylor Left Tackle Duke Ward Left Guard Espey Gousett Center LaPorte Nash Right Guard Wilson Scales Commodores Register 3912 Victory For Maryland's First 1931 Setback Nashville Tenn Nov 7--(AP)— Behind a crushing offensive attack supported superbly by an almost Impenetrable defense Vanderbilt overwhelmed hitherto unconquered land 39 to 12 here today A crowd of close to 10000 saw the Old Liners toppled from their perch near the top of the Southern Conference gridiron ranks Both teams now are out of the running for the loop title since the Commodores previously had lost games to Tubule and Georgic - The gold and black warriors of Dan MeGugin scored six touchdowns on straight running football four of which came in the third period when their offensive drive reached its height Maryland resorting to a passing game after its line plays failed to click counted twice in the second period Forward passes placed the team in scoring position each time Tommy Henderson 155-pound Vanderbilt quarterback featured the Commodore onslaught with a beautiful 59-yard touchdown jaunt on the second play after the start of the second half It was a fake reveme and was executed perfectly CRIMSON TIDE SWAMPS FLORIDA 'GATORS 41-0 Birmingham Ala Nov 7--(AP)— Alabama's Crimson Tide developed amazing power after a scoreless first period today to crush Florida's football team 41 to O Florida penalties for roughness in the second period twice placed the ball on their one-yard line from where Cain and Long Alabama backs scored Cain and Long started the touchdown parade with a first down on Florida's 33 and Cain broke through right guard before being stopped on Florida's 7 Three line thrusts aided by the first Florida penalty carried the ball over 0 40r over Mississippi Reynold7-1 -i9 Z:1151 QUAKERS DEFEAT GURLEY'S BEARS Guilford Continues Clear Record in Little Six by Topping Lenoir-Rhyne Guilford College Nov 7---(AP)-- The Lenoir-Rhyne Bears were subdued effectively in the first three periods by the Guilford Quakers this afternoon and though they drove down for a score in the last quarter they started too late and lost the game 18 to 6 on the Guilford thletic Field Guilford got the jump early in the game when Newton fumbled the first play after the kickoff and Bouton got on it for Guilford on the 25-yard line Guilford drove down to the goal and lost the ball on downs On the next play Newton was hit behind the line by Haworth and Purnell the ball bounded over the line and Haworth recovered for a Guilford touchdown Early in the second half after a punt exchange Guilford was in midfield The Quakers got in position to score when Jamieson raced around end to the 15-yard line Bunn and Jamieson made it first down The Bears refused to be budged on the next three plays but on last down Bunn went over It was 18 to 0 five plays later for LenoirRhyne fumbled the kick off on the 30-yard line and lost the ball A 1-yard penalty and an off-tackle play put Bunn on the far side of the white line again Things went the other way in the last period which was all Lenoir-Rhyne and mostly all Newton A punt exchange gave the Bears the ball on their 30-yard line Newton ran 18 passed to Barkby for 12 and after Love had him back of the line broke away for 20 yards Then Newton made five and turned the wheel over to Hughes who plunged the line three times to score five minutes before the game ended The lineups1 Lenoir-Rhyne Guilford Position Little Love Left End Stasavitch Love Left Tackle Vs Ilk's Burgwyn Rudisill Bouton Purnell Haworth Bass Jamieson Bunn Chisholm Left Guard Hemphill Rhyne Gribble Barkley Hughes Center Right Guard Right Tackle Right End Quarterback Newton Left Half Troutman Right Half Sanders Chisholm Fullback Score by periods: Lenoir-Rhyne 0 0 0 6— 6 Guilford 6 0 12 0-18 Touehodwns Guilford Bunn 2 Haworth Lenoir-Rhyne Hughes Offieials Referee Poindexter Carolina: umpire Pritchett Carolina head linesman Hayes Missouri — TIDE AND MOCCASIONS TO PLAY FOR CHARITY — Chattanooga Tem Nov 7—(UP) —The University of Alabama will play the Chattanooga Moccasins in a charity football game here on December 5 Arrangements for the 1 post-season game were announced today by Al Porzellus chairman of the Chattanooga community chest Proceeds will be given to the social service bureau affiliated with the community ehest - "-- oouoW0 LINE BOYS STAR TO BRING SCORE TO BLUE DEVILS 4 Line Boys Do It Duke Position Crawford Left End Carpenter Left Tackto Friedman 4 Left Guard Adkins Center Shock Right Guard Harton Kentucky Kreuter Wright Davidson Seale Darby Kipping Skinner Right Tackle I Syatte Skinner Right End Ersh ler Richards Quarterback i 44 Laney ) Kelly Left Ralf 40q Mason Johnson Right Balt Brewer (C) Kercherval Duke 0 0 0 7-7 Yeu Kentucky 0 0 0 0-0 -:r- r e uk scoring- Touchdown—Bar- ton Point after touchdown—Brewer (placeltick) Duke substitutes: Werner for Friedmar: Bryant for Carpenter Mullen for Erscheter Rogers for Hyatt Brownlee for Allison Means for Bardin James for 1 Rogers Ballibrook for Adkins Carpenter for Shock Kentucky substitutions: Darby for Gibson Bach for Kelly Andrews for Kipping Gibson for Darby Foster for Johnson Bach for Foster Phippe '4' 1 for Kerchevalt Kerchevalt for Phipps Officials: Strupper (Cleor- ti5 gla T s ech) referee William (Va) umpire Tolley (Auburn) headlines man Collins (Vanderbilt) field - judge ELK TROUNCES AUBURN BIDDERS Green Wave Sets Stage For Georgia Meeting by Top— ping Plainsmen 27-0 Montgomery Ala Nov 7---(AP) ---Tulane's Big Green Wave swept to a 27 to 0 victory over a valiant Alabama Polytechnic election here today after the lighter Plainsmen 'ad held the Southern Conference leaders scoreless for most of the first half More thais ten thousand spectators filling Cranton bowl to capacity watched with amazement as Auburn's thin forwards bloeked all Tulane's scoring threats until the last two minutes of the second per-kid and themselves twice penetrated deep into Greenie territory Zimmerman's 35 yard run back of an Auburn kick to the Plainsmen's 42 ' set the spark for the first successful Tulane offensive which brought a touchdown just as the half ended It was a different 'story in the third period as Tulane drove 75 yards after downing the kick off on their 25 for their second touchdownl and four minutes later had another score following a sixty yard advance The final score came early n the last period Collie Felts the big junior fullback from Mississippi reached his top form of the season tearing the opposing line to pieces and person ally scoring three of Tulane's four touchdowns Twice in the first period Tulane was in scoring position but once an intercepted pass on the five yard ine by Hitchcock and again a fumble on the 33 halted the advances Fumbles hurt the chances of both reams in the second period but near half time Zimmerman took a kick on his 23 ran to the sidelines and was snagged from behind on the Plainsmen's 42 An 18 yard pass Zimmerman to Haynes slipped in smong several large running gains t rought Tnlane to the eight yard line and first down Three plays failed but on the fourth Glover hurdled on the line for the touchdown and then place-kicked goal Tulane needed but nine plays and four minutes to score in the third quarter from the 25 yard line and oukkly came back to count its third touchdown following a drive starting from its own 40 yard line with Felts lugging the ball across both times An 75 yard succession of short gains started In the third period made a last touchdown early in the fourth and Felts who scored and most of the other regulars retired 1 in favor of substitutes Tulane made 27 first downs to Auburn's seven ST JOHN'S OUTCLASSED BY YALE — ELEVEN 52-0 New Haven Conn Nov 7—(AP)— Scoring two touchdowns in eaeh period against its hopelessly outclassed opponent Yale today overwhelmed St John's of Maryland 52 to 0 in a game played before only 5000 spectators the smallest crowd ever to witness a football contest in the bowl Joe Crowley Eli fullback joined with Capt Albie Booth to make the game a complete tout The big fullback scored five of the Yale touchdowns as be and Booth tore through their lighter opponents for long gains during the first hall and part el the third period LSPORTS Me iitmuim rim mere PRICE: namy iivr immrs ES WRNS we Aggies Crawford and Harton Con spire to Turn Kentucky Pass Try Into Duke Score BLUE DEVILS EDGE 7-0 VICTORY AT KENTUCKY Wildcats Flash Better Of tense But Duke Defense Checks Numerous Scoring Threats Laney Features for Blue Devils Only Scoring Comes in Third Period —— By TED MANN Special Correspondent Stoll Field Lexington Ky Nov 7—As Ellie Johnson brilliant Ken tucky halfbaek posed on his own 33 yard line preparatory to throwing a pass dowu the field Fred Crawford sophomore end for the Duke Blue Devils hooked hie arm the ball went straight up and came down in the arms of Welton "Pap" Barton Blue Devil's tackle who raced 21 yards down the field for a touchdown Cap ban Brewer added the extra point from placement That third period incident aceounts for the only scoring in the Duke Kentucky battle here this afternoon it is too the true story Of the Blue Devils' 7-0 vietoey over the Wildcats But during the entire game the Dukemen played a brand of defer) sive ball that will be talked here &bouts for generations to come for time and time again the lighting boye of Wallace Wade backed up near their own goal line held a crew of fact-stepping Kentnsky backs to take the bail on downs And then the Duke soph halfback Nick Laney came through in good style in punt lug out of danger From a atatistleal standpoint t114 Wi ldcats demerved a victory but the Devil? everlasting fight mud be taken into conelderation when one glances at the figures on the game for it was not Kentucky that lacked the punch but a crew of fierce Blue ' Devils backed up to their goal line that would not be brushed aside Laney Delivers 3 If Nick Laney the brilliant sopho more bark needed two beautiful per formances on congeeutive Saturdays to gain the confidence of the Duke coaches the masters of Duke football should now be ready to tell him their innermat secrete for that 150- pound fighter is one goad reagon why t Kentueky's Wildcats failed to score I He did not star in running the ball a gaining only four yards in three at tempte but his brilliant punts which areraged 37 2-7 yarde his stellar defengive work and his running bark I of Wi bleat kick contributed an ex eeedingly greet part to the showing r the Devi Ig made - Other Duke Leaders it But be was not by himself in the starring roles Captain Kidd Brewer was the chief' offensive attack and 8 was able to gain yards enough to kill e time in the fourth quarter Don Hy att and Fred Crawford two Weaver r villa boys who play Duke's ends stopped the Wildcats' main threat e "Shipwreck" Kelly in his tracks on a every play he tried and Emory Ad " king the ferry center although playing opposite a 234-pounder did h more than hie ehere of work in stop- pine the Wildcats ' The Kentuekians made 12 first d downs to Duke's three They gained 67 yards On four passes they corns pleted out of ten tries They had n four tosses intercepted Duke gained 15 yards on the one pass completed d in two attempts and had one inter cepted r The 1 ildeats were penalized 60 yards while the Devils lost 11 in that manner Kentucky fumbled once d and Duke recovered it but the Devils d held the ball tightly today and did d not muff d The Wildcats gained 257 yards t- from the line of scrimmage to Duke's h CO and Kercheval Kentucky fullh back punted 7 times for 224 yards and averaged 32 while Laney kicked 't 14 times for 522 yards averaging d 37 2-7 yards from the line of scrimmage Check Four Threats d To be exact the Wildeate were Le within the Devils' five-yard line four 'a times during the first half On the second of these four threats they had the ball on the Devils' one-yard line but the fighting Dukesters held them U off Three times of the four the ball was within scoring distance with — four downs to make it in 11 In midfield Kentucky's backs were t- able to gain the ground but ones r- they got near the Duke goal line it 12 was another story They tried to ly cross over by every known method rd pegging end running and line piling in lug but they could not do it Then The Score! It was in the third period after in Lane had punted 56 yards from ii midfield over the Wildcats' goal line h that the great event happened for Duke Johnson started to pass but a j ! game u ect r es: st heeD:duri TUTU a mi tno ttphh aree eg oW Three) khe eer ke set o)ar ago )no S ng ror ng en 33 1g a 'ord Blue vent the Blue ards unts hike loon Blue 'ate the fen for iting 1 up crew Es to then thoi t the be one tame irked Blue line Duke tball him 150- L why SC ONN ball 'e irh tr debark 11 et DA in g n the rewer and n kill I Hy-?aver-ends hreat ks on Al r did first ained had rained pleted inter d 60 a that Once Devila Ld did yards Duke's kicked raging e four In the v had d line them le ball with were once Me it ed to ethod plung- - after from 1 line

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