The Lexington Herald from Lexington, Kentucky on November 11, 1928 · 4
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Sunday, November 11, 1928
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n- 4 : - I U V i i Is A S I Kentucky Line Fights Hard to Halt Mighty Offense of Crimsons nU to Tbs HmM MONTGOMERY Alt Nor UL— Tin University of Kentucky Wildcats were defeated by a powerful Alabama eleven la CramUm bowl bere-thla afternoon 2d to I After repulsing the furious charges of a fast-running backflsld three times inside the 20-yard line the fighting Wildcats finally gave way before a crushing attack that netted Alabama two touchdown a If Kentucky bad designs on Ala-lama they were rudely shattered by the strongest defensive team Kentucky has opposed In two years This "thin red line" decidedly beefy offered a wall of resistance that kept Kentucky constantly In hot water and away from scoring territory with but one except ion Alabama unloosing a varied running attack mixed with well -executed forward pesse was too much for the Kentuckians but the Kentucky line played great football forcing the Crimson ball carriers to resort to end runs and paasea to make tours of Wildcat territory when ground was needed most Coach Wad used a varied attack with three-fourths of his plays being run from the same formation The combination of Hicks Campbell and Holm smacked the Blue Grass eleven for a total of 320 yards 100 of this number being the result of their aerial attack On their part the Wildcats snagged 119 yards jdx on a forward pan from Port-wood to Corlng-ton la penalties the assessments were about oven 'llama getting 20 and Kentucky 25 yards in setbacks AH of tbo Wildcat mtscuos were fob off si daw while the tide got on of 15 yards tor unnecessary roughness Alabama’s first touchdown came shortly after the Wildcats had wrested the ball from the Wsda-men less than a foot from thr goal In the second quarter The Alabama backs took tuns at returning the ball to the six-yard line and Campbell blasted his way through cfnter on the second play -The next and final tally cam In the third period when Holm passed to Brown for 41 yards and first down on Kentucky's three-yard line Holm then crashed over with a terrific drive Skidmore added the W AND L LOSES TO PRINCETON BY25T012TALLY rPIXCETOX X J Xov 19 Whin a loosely played game In Palmer stadium this afternoon Princeton’s loot tall team defeated Washington Slid Lae 25 to 12 In the last of three intemecttonal contests on - the 1 finest on nchedul Coach BUI Roper started his reserves against the southerners and saw them get away to a lead of two touchdowns In the first period The Tigers first got to the T-’— “In but their attack was -mulsed A few minutes later a long pass from Cowry to Lcrtck paved the way tor the first score Bill Scarlett went over from the S-yaid Una on two plunges J Both teams had an attack of fumbling In the second quarter The southerners fl sally got the ball on Princeton’s 24-yard line Coach Roper put the Princeton varsity n die field to stave off a score White went over however but failed to kick the goal y MILOSES TO' CLEMSON 12-0 IY NCHBURG Vn Nov 19 Wt— The battle of the backs took place as scheduled in the Clemson-V M I fracas hers today but the leading offensive was played by Gont jlo-Millnn In the Tigers’ 12 to 0 triumph Over the Flying Squadron The plunging smashing attack of C McMillan that traveled more than half the length of the field gaining 3 and 3 yards at a time to count the first Tiger tally was (uiljr the feature v - In the fourth period McUillan shot a long pass to AsbiU on the Cadet six-yard line and the Tiger end registered the second touchdown Enter Now! WORLD’S CHAMPION ELIMINATION Marathon ENDURANCE Dance Starting Nov 16 4100000 in PRIZES Lexington Ky ROLLER GARDEN Entry Blanks Information 80S W Main St TsL S634 extra point £oth times with perfectly executed place kicks The closest Kentucky ever got to scoring was Alabama's 19-yard llna This w assuring ths fourth quarter when the ’Cats began a determined attack Starting from midfield Covington and Port wood smashed their way to tbo 14-yard line Portwood then passed to Covington for three yards and on tbo nest play Gilb tossed to Covington for a first down on tbo 21-yard line The attack died here and thereafter the ’Cats could never get past the 49-yard stripe no matter how hard they fought That gteat Crimson frontier kept the Wildcats on tbo defensive for four-fifths of the afternoon and whenever they bad possession of the ban tha Oamagemen were unable to make any Impression Kentucky got fire first downs against 20 for Alabama Even In defeat tha Kentuckians can go homo proudly for they were far from disgraced by their efforts today They fought gamely and steadily against odds that seemed Insurmountable pitting every ounce of strength into their fight against their more powerful opponents That Alabama team was Just about the strongest offensively that Kentucky has met If Kentucky must beat Alabama some day then this state win have to atop growing such enormous football players Inexperience played quite a bit in the downfsH of Lexington’s best but ths foundation Is taty for ptat things to come Tbo playing of Ed Covington was something to talk about la loud tones Ha kicked passed ran and received passes with equal skill ably assisted by Carey Spicer who was a defensivs bulwark The entire Una played weU from gun to gun but weight and a steady army of fresh men kept tbo Wildcats continually on the defensive They never had a fhance to start any offensive except In their own territory Alabama was best and thereby hangs the tall Of a 14 to 0 score Lineup and summary: Krstarfcy () Foe ! 111 TriOif LB £L Smith Braw LT Sillier For nor LG Hslr Deea G Pmre Thompson RG Sieslotou Pi urjr RT SkMnsum Nnwuck XE Weaver 311b Q B Hlcho Spicer VH Campbell LoviBStoa Rll ipsa Johnson FB Hebe Scaring: Touchdowns — Campbell aad Holm Sxtra potato— Skidmore (Z) placement kick Sabot It el loos: Alabama — M Smith Eherdu Biuwa Clement Moore Lowry aad Staling Koatocky Portwood Raaa aad Walter Officials: Rotew— Lambert of Ohio State- umpire Perry bf Sowaoeo head linesman — Maxwell of Ohio State Sold Jadse— Severance of Obcrlla WILDCATS TO PLAY ’BAMA f ELEVEN AGAIN NEXT YEAR MONTGOMERY Ala Xov 19 OP) — The Alabama Journal today seys that the University of Alabama will play the Kentucky Wildcats again here In 1929 The date for the game has not been determined The Atebama-Kentucky game was transferred this year to Montgomery from Birmingham taking the place of the Alabama-Florida game which for four years In succession was played here WISCONSIN AND IOWA TIE FOR BIG TEN LEAD MADISON Win Xov 19 OPV— The Big Ten championship for 1924 tonight rested between Iowa and Wisconsin White Iowa zoomed to the top of the conference race by defeating Ohio State at Columbus Wisconsin's big Cardinal team went Into a virtual tie for leadership by routing Its traditional enemy Chicago 25 to 9 at Camp Randall The two undefeated elevens clash at fowa City next Saturday and barring upsets In tlieir remaining games the Vom-bat should decide the championship It was tbo visualisation of chance which hasn’t appeared on Wisconsin’s campus sines 1912 when the Badgers test annexed their western conference title And today’s lop-sided triumph was cheered by 42000 spectators the greatest homecoming crowd In Wisconsin’s history YALE ROUTED BY MARYLAND NEW IIAVEX Conn Xov 10 IP —Yale's supposedly powerful eleven was routed by a light but fast and wideawake Maryland team today by the score of 4 to 9 the Tate defeat being one of the most unexpected upsets of the day anywhere la the country Maryland had not been given n chance against Tate because of its poor early season showing but the Boutberners today completely outplayed and outguessed the Blue eleven which appeared stale alow aad overrated The only touchdown was made In the third quarter Snyder fullback and Madlgan center were the stars of the victory for the Southern eleven which turned lack Yale's favored teem just as It did two years mu- Knjrder scored the toucli-tlown and Madlgan paved the way when ho recovered the ball for Maryland ALABAMA LEADER EARLE SMITH Earl Smith captaiii of ths Alabama tltvwv weighs 175 pounds and is on of the best ends in ths South Hs is six feet tall and hs played a big part in defeating ths Wildcats yesterday 50-PIECE BAND WILL PLAY FOR OLE HOUR MEET The Standard Sanitary Manufacturing Company's Louisville band of 50 pieces will take part In the charity day program at Idle Hour Stock Farm tomorrow The band which is under the direction of Joseph Horvath has the full instrumentation of a symphony band yet has had years of experience In executing military formations and will give exhibition marching as well as furnish the music for the races Popular and classical numbers will be played as well as numerous special arrangements Soloists for the occasion will be Harry GyamL cornet Albert Dott baritone: Joseph Hits oboe and EMra EL DuRand Jr trombone All of the soloists have studied In Italy Joseph Horvath director la a graduate of the Panama Conservatory on the clarinet and la also director of the Young Men’s Hebrew Association Little Symphony Orchestra at Louisville tha only orchestra of Its typo in the state All members of the Standard Sanitary Manufacturing Company band are employes of the company Organization of the band was effected six years ago and since that time It has been known the state over for Its musical and marching proficiency BENGALSWILL MEET PIONEERS HERE FRIDAY Qprrial fo The llnald GEORGETOWN Ky Xov 19— Ths Georgetown College Tigers will meet their old rivals the Transylvania Pioneers at Lexington Friday afternoon November 14 In what promises to be one of the best played college games in the state this year For the first time in the last three seasons the Ifoneers are favored by moat of the dopesters to turn In a victory The Transylvania team has won seven of its nine games so far and has lieen playing a surprisingly strong brand of football this year The Tigers are expected home Sunday from Spartanslwrg A C where they met tlie Wofford College teem Friday afternoon Coach novater planned to let the lays witness a Southern Conference game today on the way home Georgetown��s season so far has been anything but a success Only tha Tigers brilliant 14 to 9 victory over the Kentucky Wesleyan Panthers last week lias kept the season from being a dismal failure A victory over Transylvania would make the Georgetown jeer a successful one despite the numerous other setbacks received by the Tiger Georgetown lias won the last three games ptejed against Transylvania by shutout sco rex In 1922 the ltengala defeated the pioneers It to A ' The teams did no meet again until 1924 when Georgetown again won hr an IS to 0 score Last year the Tigers trounced the Pioneers by a score of 39 to 0 Coach Hovater hopes to have his regular lineup In good condition for the game Friday Several regulars were opt of the Wofford game but moat of these are expected to be back In uniform when the pioneers are met Every man on the Tiger first team played against the Pioneers In the game at Lexington last year In fact Fuller Collin Allen and Prabi all substitute are the only men on the Tiger squad who did not see action against Transy last season The game is being played on Friday so as not to conflict with the Kentucky-V M I game to be played la Lexington Saturday A large crowd Is nettd to be present to see these two 41 rivals reiew their historic feud- Alabama 14 Xeatocky f Traaaylvaala 4: Camara Maras! 9 Centra T LealsvUle 4L Want arm Karma IS Xaatacky Wse-laraa s at Jaha’s Military Academy SI Leal villa Manual High IS - Hepkiaavtite High 29 Padueak High 12 Mlddlaabar Bisk 12 L B L I rvameashwg High 9 PalstavHle Hlgk Sewaac yVaSkmna SI Ocargetmm Freshmen 9 Kanterky Fkashmea Ti Vanderbilt rvehmeu 9 Merehead Manual 27 UUtea Callegs 9 LsuisvUle Mala High 29 LeulsvUle St Xaviar Hlsh a Oweuabsiu Wgh 22 Xvaaavflla (lad) Hlsh T IMTKSUBCTIOMAL Nat re Dame It Army S Michigan Navy S (tie Princeton St Washlagtea sad Lea SSL Maryland Tala S Ohl Waalayaa 4 Syracuse 9 Want Virginia 22 Ohlahema A si a Lejrela (I) 29 Haskett Indiana A Crelgbtea T Utah 7 a SOUTH ‘ Georgia Tech 29 VsUdeiMU T Taaaoaaaa 27 Sawaaaa A Florida it Georgia A Clamaoa 12 V 2A L A V P L 29 Virginia 9 Tulana 13 Auburn 2A Mlaaiaalppt Aggie! Centenary A Cbdttanoega 14 Howard A North Carolina 9 South Carolina 9 (tie) Loo Island State It Ulanlarippl Forman IS Citadel A Richmond 30 Jtaudelph-Macen A Lynchburg 19: Hampden -Sydney It - Duke 29 Wake Forest A - - Birmingham Southern 29 Mlaelrslppl College 7 Louisiana Tech IB Hilleapa 7 Eton CoUesu 21 University af Miami 1A Statsaa 19 Newberry A Loaelr-Rhyna 9 Catawba A Louisiana Cellego 14 Southwestern LmHgtma 0 North Carolina State 14 Davidaea T EAST Pennsylvania 7 Harvard A t'amegle Tech IS Georgetown A Now York University 71 Alfred A Brawn 14 Dartmouth A Columbia 14 Johns Hopkins 2 A Cornell M Bonuveuture A BuckaoU 49 Lehigh A Penn State 49: Oeorge Washington A Lafayette 17 Rutgers A Tufta 12 Middlehury A Pittsburg 24 Washington gad Jefferson a Amherst 44 Trinity A Williams 19 Wesleyan jj Kwartbmore 12 Franklin aad Marshall A Gettysburg 29 Muhlenbgrg A Wsrcestsr Poly 12 Rhode Island A New Hampshire 9 Connecticut Aggies a Mains 29 Bewdola A College af New York 19: Xsrwick A Susquebaua 21 Juanita A Hamilton 13 Havsrford A Rensselaer 9: Vermont A Vlllanova 9 Temple A Schuylkill 32: I-olmaea Valley 1A 1 Colgate 21 Hobart A Sprlnrfleld 14: Bfhaaahuartts Aggies A Holy Cross ll Barton University A Canisius 12 Thiel f Providence 9 U A Coast Gnards 4 (tlcl Catholic University 21: Loyola (E) 1A Darts-Elkins 40 St Francis A Dresel 13: Uralnna A Albright 19 Psaa Military 9 Grove City 9: Wayaeaburg A MIDDLE WEST Iowa 14: Ohfn Stats 7 Northwestern 7: Pardue A Minnesota 21 Indiana 1A ’ Wisconsin 23 Chicago 9 Illinois 14 Butler A Nebraska 44 Oklahoma A Marqaetta 7: Kansas A Detroit 39 Michigan State A Remember this one? ONE-MAN VICTORY 193S— Mhweart I Ml— — rf (14) px Geepel LE Travis LT gprlaggata U7 Beaker C Shannon RU Hardin RTi Rath iKIm Faekwasd Bi Law la LI4 Fullbrlsbt Rif Lincoln Fn Referee — Graver (Wii pfre— McBride (Mlmouri Judge — Wiliam (AMI) — Reilly 7 71 Raid Kettles a llals I W ody Saadefar Bell Lesbsrg Bans Maadevllln Slmea blngtea) I’m Valley) Field Head II: One of the annual classics of tha Missouri valley section of the west Is the Kansas-Mlssourt struggle which has a traditional background extending over many decatjg This aeries baa produced many Individual star but none of more brilliancy than Allan Lincoln the 190-pound fullback who personally was responsible for the big surprise of 1920 when the Tigers rose up to defeat the Jayhawker 19 to 7 when the odds were a a high as three to one ruainst them Lincoln playing his flrqt season with the varsity tore through the big Kansas line for a total of 205 yards gained one of tie moat Dr-markable solo performances of this or any season Where the other lacks were stopped Lincoln was irresistible On one occasion Lincoln raced CO yards after a kick On another be tore around the end for 44 yard lie drop kicked a goal from a difficult angle and threw peases with such success that two of them led to touchdown INDIANA IS DEFEATED BY MINNESOTA ELEVEN 21-12 MINNEAPOLIS Minn Nov 10 (4— Minnesota's heralded "dryland attack had Its Inning today and Its lacks made the most of it la downing Indiana 21 to 12 before 20000 celebrating dad’s day in Memorial stadium § llovde Brockmeyer and Planner aided by some great blocking and line play swept the ends and cut through the tackles for three touchdown Call It Anfchcce! Herald FooAal Htadicapper Has 14 Lasers Bat SO af Selections Wia Biff! Bang! barrel of bricks came tumbling down oa the dome of Tha Herald football handicapper yesterday afternoon maidenly shattering his dreams of a perfect day and when the Demon Dopester recovered and summoned enough courage to tabulate the day’s result ha found that 14 of his selections Ipd lost However the news wasn’t all bad ha also discovered that 59 of tho teams he selected had won while alx contests ended In tie giving tho Figure Fiend an average of 711 for tho day In hla attempt to ilck the winner of every Important football game played throughout tho country Saturday ' Tha handicapper admits that isn't so good— but he's thankful It wasn't worse After Maryland's defeat of Tale anything could ihave happened — and enough of them did -happen to give Army Dartmouth Harvard etc a bad afternoon Diaks 29 Washlagtea UL CM loafs) A Mlaoouri 19 Kansan Asth A at Xavier 7: Wonter Rssrrvs A Miami 19 Oberlla A Ohl University 49: Marietta A W'lttaabrrg 19 Daaalstaa A Heidelberg 21: Ottarhcla A Hiram : Capital A Mu Unlaw It Ohl Karthera A Findlay IS DrSaae A Cam 9 W Mater 9 (tie) Akma University SI Baldwln-Whl- f I Lsyala K) 7: St Ionia University A I tea Heine University 24: Columbia A Haas 14 Cornell Cellese T Wabash 12 Chicago T M CL A- CM- Re fee Cel lege (9 Carleton 9 (tie) OrtnaeK 19: lew State Tree here A Xorth Daketa Senth Dak eta A Smith Dakota State 27 North Daketa Slat A Mllllkea 22: Tlllaala College a To lea University 13 Oklahoma City University A Deyoow 24: Indiana Central A Lawrenre 14: Northwester College 9 Bradley 9 Illinois Wesleyan A Rlpew 19 Beloit 22 Earlham 49: Bern Poly A Monmouth 13 Lake Forest A Jehu Carroll it Lombard A Dayton SS Cincinnati A Wichita Southwest era 7 SOUTH WEST ' TOsaa 9: Baylor A Tosas Christas 7:'RU-o Institute A Mouther Met bed let 19 TOsaa Aggies it r PAX WEST Montana State 14: Wyoming 7 Colorado IS GeXerad Asshw ? Denver University 29 Colorado Teachers 1L Stanford 21 Santa Clara S Call (ora la 4 Washington A Utah Agglea 34 West era State Teachers A ' Colorado Cel lego SI Colorado Minors A Loyola W) 14: Regie Cel lege 7 Washington State 39 California Seuthern Branch A-Somhrru California 79 Arizona 7 Nevada 12 Free State 1A INDIANA- TEAM DEFEATS U0FK RESERVES 33T06 BLOOMINGTON Ind Xov 10 VP! —Crawford and Parks scored two touchdowns each and Teague got one to enable the Indiana University "B" team to defeat tha Uni verstty of Kentucky reserve SS to 9 here this afternoon Outclassed In all departments of tho game Kentucky scored but once on a long pass from McLenore to Gavanan In the second quarter Lineup aad nummary: Indiana & (32) Pax Kent achy B (9) LK Abbot irhrader LTW Featheratoea Hoary LG Chapman Maakewskl Ca Lawerv Hetrick RG Campbell UTIhetew -RTM Irvins ntsiip MitiHtMt RE Gavanan miawalttr QB Denman Parka LN MeLeame Crawford L-RH Brawn Habnee PS Knight 'ring f ear bd owns: Indiana - Crnw- ferd (2) Parka 2L aad Teague Xrn-twky — Cava ana point after touchdown —Blight (3) Ofllcta le: Referee - Berndt r Indiana: nmpir— Maleney of Notre Dame head Haeeman— Rnblx of Indlanx FLORIDA IM FROM GEORGIA SAVANNAH Ga Nor 19 (4V-Florida's Alligators definitely eMab-lished tbemaelTes as real contenders for the southern conference championship when they decisively defeated Georgia's Bulldog 29 to A here today It was the first time In ibe history of their gridiron relatione that tha Alligator has been able to defeat the Bulldog Florida scored In every period while the Georgians had to bo content with one touchdown In the second quarter NURMI TO TURN ‘‘PRO’ IIELSIXGFORM Ft tend Not I (4) — Paavo Nurmi Finnish runner will leave for America m Tuesday and It was understood tliat ho Intends to become a professional competing in races to be arranged by Tex IiickanL The Finnish runners Korkollnkoekl and Fagerlund are also going to America next week TECH THRASHES VANDERBILT BY 19 tO 7 SCORE ATLANTA Ga Nor 10 W9— Warner Mlzeli one of the rambling engineers of song and story at Georgia Tech proved a phantom In football disguise today to lead hla team to a decisive victory over hitherto unbeaten Vanderbilt 19-7 Boh team uawjilpped within and vltheut the ranks of the Southern Conference fought to n finish with tho realisation that further championahip hopes lay within their hour of football a trite It was tho Golden- Tornado however that flashed the superiority In every department although tho margin was allm for a- tlihe Only aa'lnaplrvd determination finally saved tho Commodores from rout at tho hands of a terrific storm from the Tech flat Thrice this veteran Mlsell Bis pasta "Stumpy" 'Thomason and the Redoubtable "Fathei Lumpkin Dunlap Randolph and others of tho many back marched ter Into tho Vanderbilt territory only to find an Irresistible line meeting their final thrust 1 A fumble by Thomason broke up me apparent certainty for a touchdown "Bull" Brown atar Commodore guard retrieving the oval on hie own 19-yard llna and with a clear field ran to Tech’s goaL Outside that effort however Van-dartollt was always ter from victory Their first downs numbered four against an avalanche of them on Tech's part Tweaty-seven thousand tens saw the teams feel each other out during the first quarter and then saw Georgia Tech sweep to victory IOWA DEFEATS 0 S U IN LAST MOTE 14 TO 7 COLUMBUS Ohio Nov 10 AV— In a it act-grey setting heavy with low-hanging cloud mist and finally drizzling rain Iowa fighting for Western Conference gridiron championship acclaim downed Ohio State hitherto undefeated 14 to 7 today In the last 90 seconds of play ThO victory leaves Iowa alone untied and undefeated In -the title race and ruins whatever championship aspirations had been held by the vanquished Buckeyes Behind the pounding ftet of Mayes McLain churning Cherokee fullback the Iowana hammered the Buckeye Hue to ripples in the final period and sent dlneonsolation Into the hearts of 47000 loyal Ohioans who sat unmindful of the drizzle watching their heroes Join the ranks of other defeated team t WIV the score tied at 7 to 7 the battering Iowa team opened up with the winning touchdown on their see ond attempt By a masterful piece of strategy McLain the giant Indian smashed hla way acroas the Ohio goaL ploughing through the middle of the lint when the bewildered Buckeyes were figuring on Irving Nelson the kicking specialist of the Iowa eleven to try for the winning points by booting a drop-kick Nelson whose toe beat Minnesota two weeks ag fell back Into position to drop kick He waa ru!ied Into the game an Instant before with the ball resting a font from Ohio's goaL As ho opened hla aim signalling for tho ball to be parsed to him the strategy that won the game ks brought Into play' Instead of passing to Nelson the oval went to the ploughing McLain The Buckeye taken by surprise fell victims to his charge at the line and he squirmed over for the winning touchdown with a minute remaining before the end of the game EAGLES DEFEAT UNION 27 TO 6 I Special ( The HcraM BARBOURVILLE Ky Nov 1L— Playing in a steady rain which collected In puddles over the field the Eagles of More head State Normal defeated the Union College eleven here this afternoon 27 to A riaying a slow game In tho opening quarter the Teachers allowed the Union team to score the first touchdown soon after the second quarter began On the following kickoff Fraley took the ball and galloped 75 yards to even the score Elite then followed with another touchdown by pounding hla way for consecutive gains through the Union line The half ended 12 to A In the second half tho Morehead team played better ball keeping the local team on the - defensive the greater part of the time Eight points wers scored In tho third quarter on a safety which cams as tho result of a blocked punt and a touchdown by Ell I Tho last touchdown for the winners was made In the fourth quarter when Ellis broke through the line for the seor The extra point was made by a pas Tk (lMr tad mammary: Nvta4 ttl ralai (fl) Ri44lfl a eoo eleCoo oe os Oq IMfiktlU MfVtlik oeoooeoooeleToooooeoeoo I'llMtlfT Rflflfli o s 00 s oq o a&eO o o e 00 a Pflfl Karataer 44II94I4 4(444M44 Early flfllfl 00 offllfl e o o o 0 o 9 llflvlfi S(4M4H4t44RTlf44itl44 IfMT Yaak 444MI444 oeeoltCeoooo ooo o o Uflaflfl Ctlta 444I49 944444iQRmi4iii(( iflflflhjf Yrfllflf oooe e one eflH no a oee e 1 IfiWiftl o eo ee p o totCe e e o ee e LaIVfc1m §414441 B44t4t4 4ll4 kttlimlt lit kaia: Maralarad — J wi M CarraU: YimK larla Carla ra a Clark Vlcaato fall? aa4 Kmilmama s Kittens Pass Way to 7 to 0 Victory Over Vanderbilt Yearlings (Special to The Ilerald - XA8HVILLEL Tenn XdV 10— Tho Kittens of Kentucky frolicked Lack home Saturday night meowing ns loud as a full-grown cat can meow and with their claws as qjiarp as a safety razor blade The Kittens of Kentucky were right proud of their 7 to triumph over the Vanderbilt freshmen In Dudley stadium Saturday afternoon They were proud for two reason First they had accomplished a feat at which their full-grown brethren had failed and second they had given the state of Kentucky Ita seo-ond win la three games with the Vandy Rate this faL A week ago the Gold and Black Rats had carried away a onesided triumph ever Manual High at Louisville which evened the count ns tho Western Kentucky Nounal first year men had carried a 11-12 victory hack home after a visit to tho stadium hero a few weeks ag The Kentucky victory- Saturday was gained In much tho same way as the Wildcats of the Blue Grass state tried to squeeze out a win a week ago when they encountered the Commodores her They took to tho air early and often They shot numerous tosses Into the ozone and WESTERN'S RECORD CLEAR W1 FROM WESLEYAN 13TOO BOWLING GREEN Ky Nor 19 1— Smothering an aerial attack that threatened to shatter their record of an uncrossed goal Iin Western Kentucky Teachers chalked up tfctrlr seventh successive win of ths season IS to A at the expense of Kentucky Wesleyan here this afternoon Elrod Teacher fullback started the scoring with a 95-yard run to the goal line on-the first play of' the game after which Wesleyan settled down and held their opponents on their 7-yard line from where they punted to midfield In the third quarter Williams broke through right tackle after two preliminary thrusts and ran 45 Sewanee Freshmen Drive to 34 to 0 Victory Over Cubs IMpocinl to The HcraM GEORGETOWN Ky Nor 10— Led by Bobby Womil former Montgomery-Bell Academy star who wrecked Louisville Manual single-linnded last year the Sewanee freshmen defeated the Georgetown College Tiger Culm here this afternoon by a score ot 24 to A Wor-rail hailed as the beat backfleld man ever to play high school football In Tennesse was responsible for 29 of the visitors’ point The Tiger Cub outweighed -and lacking In experience 'played a much better game against the Sewanee yearlings than was expected The Georgetown line played a stellar brand of ball and Sewanee took the air for most of their gain although Womil and Jeffrie another flashy back mads several long sweeping end run The first score of the game came on the last play of the first quarter when W orrnll took Blackman's punt in midfield and raced 49 yards down the sidelines to score Ho drop-kicked goaL' A fumble and a blocked punt had placed the ball In Georgetown territory earlier In the gam The second touchdown waa scored about tho middle of the second quarter Georgetown had held for down hnt was penalized and Wor HUNTING SEASON - November - 15th HUNTING COATS Blood and Water Fkoof $3 JO to $6J0 trouble Barrel Shot Guns $1850 up Single Barrel Shot Guns $550 up A Complete Line of WINCHESTER REPEATING SHOT GUNS A few alightly used S35-U- Fcderal HI-POWER Shot Gun Shell— POP 100 oooooooooooaoo 5wo PeT Case aooaooooaooaSl Canvas Leggni pair Z9C BAIN HARDWARE CO Vine and Lime Phone 184 Lexington M The Store of the Iron Dog many ot them about SO were completed ea? Kentucky's lone touchdor with less than a minute to the second quarter it follows sir march which tgu y? tens' own 20-yard line after yJX bad passed over the goal peaaes were complHM 1 90-yard advancement latte on the finitg of all the projectile and J Gorman and Phipps did the lug It was Myers who pluckIS? oval out of tho sir as Sl over the goal line for the down German took another tss as uh Mh ’ German and Phipps wen h-very troublesome to Vsndr b nl tripe around the flsnks and arm i 2 “2? Intercepting three of the kTl passe Kervln Stinger and v showed up well In the Vandv Lw Kerwln’s defensive work ess tw conspicuous ” Kistner Gthson Andreeg n Wright were towers of stressth a the Kentucky forward wall yards for the second Teacher buck down and added the extra paint rs a dropklclr Wesleyan tried m&sy 'pua t r the last quarter several of item looking like touchdowns only Is to haled Incomplete because ef laftr ference and offside penaHm LlMup ti4 ranvniry: VIMrru (fl) P pm - mmrnrnm 14449 eon s I0K0 ea ee 4 QNHf eXsTosssseeoTo t)V oL3 sse on CnV‘!ifl DflmlfU 4I4944I C449Se44S04SS TPT9 Rrflphp I4(44mRI1 MM Mcfcff Whltflhflid at44s4RTsi4Sfs Tiprtar RtWdf o ess elflC eeesees MhAVT flf Sunltt saSsssssiQR Wttluvo Qollaahscr kf Borax IXacn III L DI'o CunnlBsbnni FB Ehu Scoring: Tottcbdovno— El(4 aad S'L llnnw point nftsr tooebdoon— Wiillann rell tossed to Jeffries on four) down for the second marker Bi again kicked goal making the seen at the half stand 14 to 9 A pas W orrnll to KcUemiR placed the loll on the I -foot In and Phillips bucked it over late is the third quarter la the last qsaifc ter Womil raced 39 ysni to one-inch line and Halley lucid it Womil drop-kicked his fourth straight goaL The UK toueMows waa scored on a 50-yard end roa by Jeffrie Tho Tiger Cute thienu ened several times durxi the game but lacked the p-izck accessary to score Linoup end nummnry: Xewwaee Trail Pt Cnri T Png LX---—-- Putt i""' Wtau Fnlk - — v®" rent rail IM - niilr -KT--— Tssn’ Gmdome RE Wnerall — 1’ IlnSep -I-H — "7 Jeffries KH millil-n FB SabMHntinsn: tjrarprfras - King Sent! Sra snra — Fade X’ nu Frenrli Mn lNazM Seem by onsrirrs: Irani J ‘j ’ Gramm Frnnb Scoring: — J Worrell PbilUp IU"V: towtidow— Wmrnl! 1 4 awirbira orsclnln: Iloferra— br"n lllrkey bend ncous— to—-

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