The Index-Journal from Greenwood, South Carolina on October 11, 1925 · Page 6
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Greenwood, South Carolina
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TAGE JSlX SUNDAY. OCT. 11, 1223. USMAM DEFEATS CITADEL JEC1 BOWIS I inn i mv MM i F31T iT r HURRICArJE STOPS CITADEL ELEVEN Baptists Gain Neat Victory Over Charleston Boys Greenville. 8, C Oct. !CA: r.l -I it a Kpectftculur ba'tlc. the Fitrmsn Ilcrnela (ought ihelr way to a single tou liitowti over Citadel on Manley Field lure today. After a series of Hteady drives by Furman in tlio flrnl quarter Pipk'in carried ball over the lino and kicked R ml, setting the w-ore ut J t 0 iP Furman's favor. FYoin then on I lie game settled to a fli KK'il si rilKRle, mostly In miilficld, with neither team utle to advance fur Into the other s territory, Cltadi I put mi a t,riM fight 'and when the final wliiHlle muilcd was marching steadily in gains Inward Furman's r.nnl. ' ' , Itawb and MrGe ' sla'.rred tor Fur-in;n mid Kerry unil Work. played tullar football- Tor the. Hull Dog. ..Tin' npchlng quarter promised the t-towd, Htlmiilil at 8,oo tho thrills that limterlnlli!44 n the game get l led Into a ileupcrule i(lit to the finish.. W'cckV kiekorr reached Ktirtnun'a U't yard Hue, Two line iluya fulled in Kulti mute-tally ami Hawls punted to Wek who fumbled but recovered. Citadel hull on llielr own I yard line, A blocked int. recovered by Vrnnhl(KMl put the hull on Citadel' 13 yard Hue. Citadel was penallwd fire yards oml Funiian started the march Hint curried the hall over for their lone touchdown. Vlpkhi kicked goal, making the score, Furmun 7, Citadel 0. llerry kicked ti tlawl on Furmnn's 'SO yard lltin. Ilawlit brought the hull I nek 2l ynrdt and wan downed ly Weeks on Citadel's 32 yard line. Me-(Jcc. Pipkin and Harold carried the bull fur short golns. Youngblood Intercepted McGeV pas, giving CIta-ilol the ball on their own Hi yord line, Weinberg rarrled the hall for a gain of 11 yarda; Weeks I thrown for n two yard loss as the whistle sound, ending the qufirter. Score: Furmuu 7; Citadel 0, 1 he second quarter was opened with ft ,Kht Ruin ly Berry around CHa-.iri'a li ft end. lurry puulert 2 yard ruruittn the ball on her ou 4! lino. Furmuu made two long ihroHBh the line ond arouud end. Me-Vet nit thrown for a t lire yard lin ho.i iMnkln mad a one yard tain, Kurman penallEml flv yarda. off-Ul Tit.hmnn nilse.l Raw la' forward panit, Wolnkori . Itttcrcepted a forward pnnn.pnd ulned aeveti yarda. Clttt-tel had tin. bull on her own 9 yard IhiVn recovered ritndel'a fiim-ble'. nlvlti Kutman lit ball on C)ta lr S3 "yard line. Irry raeovertd Kurman'a fumble and returned th IwlUto the I yird line. Two line trlvta fatlvd to net material nl nnd Hcrry punletl t McOee who returned Hie ball to the 37 yard line. After a pretty gutn of 1 yarda by HawlM, and Io unatieceHBful line driven, IUIh punttfd f Wek who letninod the bull iv yarda. Th half mli'd with Citadel holding the hall ui their own 3J yard lino. Kiiriimn kicked off to Wcika who whn tackled by f Ituhmau on Cltiler 27 yard line. After a ahoct lain by Ilcrry. Citadel punted to, who - wait dowm d In hi tracka by 8weteu-biiiK, on Kurmnn'a 35 yard lint. Kiiimd four ynnl a through the lint and Itawls punted 45 yard to Weeka v.lio relurndl Ave yardi. ritiiiltl'R bull on, their own i yard line. Citadel tumbled anil MctJee re-covired Icr Kurman on Cltader 20 yard Hue.'. After two short jtalim, on nttempted forwarded pana by Kuritian wua hlockeil but Itawla recovered. The hall went over to Citadel on their own 23 ; yard lino, A lateral naan, Weeka tc. Ilerry. a-iiiied Aen yurdn. Several Wort gulim tlirollKh Die line and around end - aav Cilailel-lirst down. Orr wua sitbstitutedx'i)r Itcrry,. ' ' , Thonina. of, Iniorcrpted a fnriuiil pana sivinK thfull to Kur-iii;iu on their own 31 yard Hue. The Hull img line hehr against the Pur- man atinck and Uawla punted to; Wct ka. 'Citailel'a bull on their own j 2.1 yard line. On a fake forward pas. I Kerry luiru-d the ball for ten yards itroiiml rifcln cntl, liiirrll was hurt nnd replaced by Duncan. Meliee In-ii rcept.'d a fui wuxl pans and iliulicil iiown the lu l.t tor tlte mOal aporlacu- lur run ( the game, netting a gulp. j yarns, riirmans nail on t ita- ilel's 15 ynrd line. Pipkin fulled to Fiiiu and the hull went over. Urown t'tlailel piia:d wafknmkrd out and Klgg' substituted: -Citadel -pirht'cd as the "quarter .ended, giving the bull to Fiirman on Citadel a 29 yard line. The fourth quarter gave the spectators the big thi ill of a game full t( On Ills.- Citadel lightened up and toward the end of Hie quarter began a hike toward Furman's goal that ' might have tied the score- lint for the final... whistle. -'After a scries of unsuccessful tries over the Citadel line. the. ball went over to Citadel on their, own .2i yard line. Corley was substituted' for filuckwell In the line. A scries of gains, mostly by Weeks, and Thomas Intercepted Weeks forward' pass. Furman's ball on Clt-aocl's 4" yard line. McFarland threw McOee for a loss. Citadel was GOLDEfl Til! GAINS V 1 0 T 0 Atlanta Lads Run Over Penri State at New York New York, tKt. .10.-r-l API A, great football machine, known aa the (Jolden Tornado of Georgia Tech and led by the inlghtf DoiiRlaaa Wycoff took I'cnn Hiute by atorro today for a IS to 7 victory, y f ; The Mttany l.lona aiored their t'oiH'hd'owa and soul In the aecond iiuarltr after Te b had foil k tit them to u utanilxtlll la the opening period. Kor a ihouint It looked aa if the old aioiy of raatern -teams winning over tlte Miuth would be repeated.; Hut the wiiii In nicia raine back with an attack loo great for the 1'ennnyl-vunlana. The Golden Tornado threatened ti acorc in the firat w-rlod, when William tried u goal from place ment afur Wycoff, Carter Itnrion. called "liglit Ited" becauw ho bap- M iin to he the brother of the fainoun lied" llarron, and Murray had work ed the ball to Kin i e' nlxlcen yard lin, Tni' bull, however, hit one of ilio Rfal nncl boiinileil back. Junt before the first half ended fturron uihijudgeil a punt and the bull fell behind him. He wan on top of It on hi five yard line. Wy-roffa toe unit the bull to Ti-ih'a 30 yard line from which I'lncurn ahot a beautiful pawt to iMingerflelil, who raced iii'roufi for the lotirhdown. Hi rKii'.uii milled the extra point from place kick. i'lunil tin tbij ilcfeiwive tit. the atari of tUivanciiiitl half Jiy a windstorm which blew buck n punt by Captain dray ulmokl Into bin fuce, the men of Heidi k were quickly and drlnlvely benten down by a Geor gian attack which tactfully omitted iccourw to aerial play In the I reach-(roua aimoHpherle condltiona. . I)e-perutely the Nlttuny l.iona, however, hm led rhnrt and bullet-like forwerd paMei Into the teeth of the game, bill no aerial to-wea were aafe In the ant today, and an Intercepted throw followed by a brilliant Tech march down the field (Innlly decided the battle.- - Favored by the breuka lit the final luiU-tun aimlbernera overcame Pcnn Klate'a 7 to 0 advantage. A kick by Wycoff whlrh Wa rarrled back by Uie Wlud alnioat tp the ' Una of acrlmmnge waa finally gathered In hy Pens Htate on the UeorRla team's SO yard line. Here I'lnrnra flung a low. hard puna to Dangerflcld from t fake rrnta buck formation and the latter ahook off three tackier to rroM the goal line for tro flra. tnurhdown of the game. - Itergnian scored the extra point on a place kick, giving Uetdeck's tam a 7 to O.lead Just aa the whU tlo blew. With Um'Kiilc ut their back utart ing the third period Georgia Tech pun lied the Htate eleven back under the ahadow of tbi goal poata with long kick off. . ('nntain Uray, who bad replnred Mahoney early In the game ut center attempted to punt but the wind Hulled the ball back to hi in and a I'cnn Htate pluyer had to fall on it to prevent It rolling back over the d-.-fendcr'a goal line. Within ray acortiig range, the Tech penalized flvV yards. . Itawls punted 4. yards behind goal a nil the hall was brought out to Citadel's ZU yard lino. Weeks punted 40 yards. A shin t guln by MeUee and ltttwla irtinled toWccka. Cltadel'i bull on her own four yard line. Berry made a sliort aaln and Furman was penalli;edfive yards. Cltailel's ball in their own ten yard line, lterry rSuliKtl 15 yards In two tries for first wn. Kerry niinle a spectacular gain ct li yards. Weinberg made two short juiin and Week kbked behind the line for ft,1 yards, null out on Fur-man' JD yard line. McCca fumbled a:i.l 1).; Smith, Citadel recovered. Citadel's ball on Fur man 'a 20 yard line as the' game ended. Citadel (0) hVrRiiaon , Petition Furraan (7) . . . . . . . . Tl Ik hum n l.K . . ' . .... . . 8in it h LT ! Kculirook Matthews ii., ,. Terry ' us ghimtu rhomns Drow a Dlarkwell KG McFarland . N'csinilti ., Weeks Weinberg , , Itcrry . , , . Itrnwn RT McKlvcen ItK Ilarrel. Lll Raw! Rll Youngtilnnd . . ; , Pipkins FU '' a Sore by periods: Furman . . . . ... ,7 0 0 0 -7 CltadcV ., o o 00 Furman scoring: Touchdown. Pipkin. Point after touchdown. Pipkin (scrimmage!. Referee, Major ( Auburn 1; umpire. Foster (Carolina!; headlinesman, OHborae, (Carolina). fl Y VilG PLAiriSLIEfJ DEFEAT I! Big Alabama Boys Walk ; Away With Blacksmiths Saturday Auburn. Ala., Oct. 19. (A. P.) Auburn defeated V. P. I. here this after-, noon II to . Williams led tiaaihe scoring In the Brat period kicking- two held goals. Salter acored a touchdown In the third period, followed ly a forward pass, William to Tuxworth. which not ted another touchdown. V. P. 1. failed on several forward paaxeH, although interference work by the Virginians waa good. Hcore by periods: Auburn .. .. .'.. 7 1. I.'.'.. 6 0 Michigan Crushes Indiana's Eleven Ann ArlMir, Mich., Oct. 10. (AIM -Michigan revealed a reincarnation of her famous point a' minute team of old when she crunhul Indiana S o 0 at Ferry Field today. The air was filled with Michigan patera and Henny Friedman the former Cleveland . high school star hparkled In the smooth working machine. He scored one touchdown alone, running 65 yards through the entire 'nillaua team and he forward pnatu'd five times for touchdowns. In addition he kicked eight points after totichduwnn. . Ohio State Ties Maroon Warriors Chicago, Oct. 10. (AP)bhlo State nnd Chicago I'nlvcNty idnyed to a 3-3 tie today, repealing the score registered a year ago In Ohio Stadium. Middiei Win Easily. Annupolls. Md , Oct. 10. (API Annapolis mldahlpmen today aveng ed lust years defeat at (he hands of Marquette, rolling up a score of 19 to and outplaying their opponents at every challenge, Navy gained eight first down to Marquette's one and punched the ball over twice in (be arcond period and once In the third. Marquette fumbled freely. 1 Chicago ii Winner, Cincinnati, O., Oct. 10. Chicago, with D. Connelly up, won the Queen City, 110,000 added for two olds at La ton la today. Lancaster was second and lilockhead third. Time 1:01 3-4. Fourteen smarted. bnckfleld, working behind the sweeping southern shift, then shot Wycoff over In six plays for the tying touch down, Williams ailillng the extra point for a 7 to 7 tie on a jrtaee ment. A 25 yard penaltyfor clipping after Williams had made a bril liant 60 yards run back to State'i subsequent kickluff nullifying a second scoring attempt by Tech. The (earns then began a punting duel, With the teams still locked at the f'penina; ofhe fourth period Tech opent-d Its" final drive and swept brilliantly over the stadium turf to its second and deciding touchdown. Short, sharp dushea through the line by Barron. , Wycoff, Williams and Murray carried the ball from the southerner's own twenty yard line to w ithin scoring range and Barron was finally pushed over. Williams' try for the extra point was blown wide of the standards but later In the period he muile vlitory aur for tbe Georgians by hooting across au eajay, field goal. Ftnn State (7) Gcoijia Ttch (16) 8lamp Marshall i.t: Median Tharpc LT I liium Godwin Ltl Mahoney. PlMlh' llastirigs Forrester 1U1 MIi'IiucInM ,. .. .. .. Carpenter HT WiI.m.b . . . . . Merkle RK IMiuina Williams QH t.uiigreii Wycoff Ml Dningeifiild .llarron IUI Bergman ..... . . . Murray FB Score by pfrlods:' Penn State , . . . '. .Or 7 07 Georgia Tech .. 0 7 0 U IVnn' State scoring: Touchdowns, DuinKerfleld. Point from try after touchdown, Bergman. Georgia Ttch scoring: toiicbdowns, Wyeoft. Barton. Point nfter touchdown. William. Goal from field Williams. Officials! Referee. McCarthy (Ger-mantowa). X'mplre, Thompson (Georgetown). Linesman. Qulgley (Pennsylvania). Field Judge. Williams (Virginia). Time of perldds 15 minute. GOBBLERS DE STORMY PETfiELS FEAT CENTRE Kentucky Eleven Is No Match for Fast Georgia Outfit Atlanta. Oah Oct 10 UP) Cratre s Colonels went down In de feat here today 20 to , before, a faster Oglethorpe eleven. Oglethorpe doped to lose met shell of Centre or recent years and battered them to submission. Tbe third touchdown waa made via the aerial route In (be last period a 40 yard pasa, Slaurcr of Campbell was completed. The game was characterized oy tumbles by each team and with an occasional sensational run. Hoth teams received several penalties. The Petrels got away to a good start, when Centre f.lled to make first down. Oglethorpe took the' ball on her own 43 yard line and oh first sucreaitlve first downs marched straight down the field for the Initial score. ' Campbell kicked foal. In the second period Centre suffer ed a 15 yard penalty but a well hoot ed punt gave Oglethorpe tho ball on her own 43 yard line and on Sve pasa Campbell gained x SS ' yards around left end, followed a moment later by Maurer. who reeled off 17 yards around the right flank on a double nasa. Standing on Centre's 20 yard line Campbell failed to drop kick coal The Kenturklans opened a dasillhg of fen lve at the opening of the see ond half hut Centre lost the first real scoring opportunity when Ilab cnsteln fumbled and Cooper of the Petrel recovered on his own 20 yard line, r '..I":'. ? Campbell punted out of danger and the ball wua kept in Centre territory throughout the rent of (he period. McClure, the Kenturklan center, pass ed 30 yards over KabenKtein'a head and ttllowe uthe Petrel moment later to take (he ball within the op posing territory and smash through for another touchdown. Campbell missed goal. The Colonels got an Oglethorpe fumble in the flnul period but lost the bull without making a first down. I The line-up follows (enlr (0) Ogletharpe (30) Thompson Carroll Left Knd Skid mote Durham . McClure .. Cooper lft , Tackle Left .Guard McNeil Right End tbensteln rr.-.-.ii. Campbell Quarterback Clieg BheppariS Lett Half Rlgut Half Fallback Wilson Maurer Kilgore Ignore Oglethorpe Centre .... 7 0 1 T-SO 0 0 0 fl- ( Scoring touchdown; OglcHhorpe Kllvre 2. Campbell 1. Points after toucJidown, Campbell 2. Hubstituteu; Centre. Morrow for Wilson. Oglethrope: Darlington for Sheppard; Redfern for Darlington Gonly for Justus. Officluls: Lane, Referee; liprlnger,. t'mplre, Thomas, Heaii linesman. Missouri Tigers -: Beat Corn Huskers Cofumlla, Mo., Oct. 10. (AP) - The Kiisouii Tiger, downed the mighty Hebruka Coth Euken today in foot ball (cr the tint time since. 1899. The accit wr.: nine to six. Mil-c-nii'i point weie made on a touchdown and safety. , C00UD0E AUD PUIATES ' POSE J0R PICTU1IX8 WaKhington, Oct. 10. (AP) Defying snperstltiou nguiuNt group pictures, Manager McKechnic escorted his entire Pirate squad to the White House at noon today where President Coolldge posed with them for a picture. ' Mr. Coolldfie fir.-t received mem-Ivors of the (cam, wlnhing them the U st of lin k. He pieioiuly had posed with members of the Washington team. Striblint Wine. Ias Angeles. .Oct 10. (API-Young Rtribllng. Ceorgla heavy weight, decisively defeated sailor Eddie ' Huffman. . former navy heavyweight. In a ten round fight at Ascot Speedway Park here today. A crowd of about 21.000 aaw the bout. 1 C. Parrish Center Bush ....... '..y, Hardin Right .Ouarl McNeil Codes ' ' x Bight Tackle Ingleheurt M Ri Football Rcziit Furman V, Citadel f. Kentucky 19; Clemsoa I. South Carolina 7; North Carolina State . Duke t'nlvemlty 0; North Carolina Calverslty 41. Oglethorpe 2; Centre 0. Farrla Island Marines 14; Nw- berry College . Kt .Mary's 32; California Aggie 13. King College ; Marine 40. Tale 35; Georgia ?. West Virginia University 7; Culver-Ity of PtttKburgh 13. Georgia Tech W; Penn State 7. Columbia C4; Weslcyan 0. New York I nlversity 13; Union I. Princeton 1&; Waahington and Lee I Wisconsin 36; Iranklin 0. t ase ; Dtieruein a . , John Carroll ii, Duquesne 0. I'nlvtrsityct Virginia 10; University of Richmond 0. Miami 7, Wittenberg 0. ' . .-y Flndlay 27; Defiance. Marietta 0; Marshall (W. Va.) 0. Ypsllantl 14; Bowling Green . Mnsgingum 13; Hiram 7. Ohio University 27; DonnlnKoc 0. JJount Union 14; Ashland I. Drake IS; Kansas Aggies 0. Iowa 41 ; St. Louis 0. Northwestern 17; Carlcton 0. Grinnell ; Minnesota 34. Massachusetts Agfes 18; Norwich 0. Harvard C8; Mlddlebury 0. 81. Lawrence 20 ; City College, N. Y Cornell 4$; Williams 0. Westminster ; Buffalo 0. Colgate 40; St. Bonaventure 0. Temple Unlvemlty 3; Schuylkill 0. Dickinson 13; Villa Nova 2. Swart hmore 22; Susquehanna 0. Ixblgh 38; Drexel 0. Oettysburgh 21; Muhlenburg 0. Chicago 3; Ohio State 3. Missouri 9;-Nebraska (. University of Detroit (; Columbia College (Dubuque) 0. r .Adrian College 28; Manchester (In diana) 7. '; : ' . : ,-: v Iarleware University (; Uuslnu Col lege 2. ' Penn Military 31; Albright . Butler 13; Illinois 11. West Point 26: Knox 7. Maine 7; Connecticut Aggies 0. Alabama 42; Loulslaia State 0. I-oyola 7; Mlsslsalppl College 's. Vanderbllt 14; Texa Florida 22; Hampdca-Sldney . Mercer 14; Rollins 0. Clarkaoa-StNlchols cancelled. Navy rMara,uetta 0. low State 20; Kama University 0. Ifoly' Cross-Providence College postponed until Monday, cold. St. Stephens I; Trinity 0. Allegheny 14; Geneva 6. ' Michigan S3; Indiana 0. Michigan State 0; Lake Forest C. Purdue It; DePauw 0. Notre Dame II; Belolt S. , Ohio Wesleyan 12; Akron 0. Capital I; Weatern Reserve 0. ' Heidelberg 7; Ohio Northern 0. Oberlln 13; WoosterO. Florida Reserve I; Southern College 0. - Maryland IS; Rutgers 0, Humllton 12; Worchester . LaFayette 40; Washington 0. Syracuse 33; William and Mary 0. Washington and Jefferson 40; Way-nesburg . Pennsylvania ; Brown 0. Springfield College 24; R. P. I. 0. Franklin and Marshall 20; St. Johns . - :- '- Dartmouth (0; Vermont 5. - Colby-New Hampshire game cancelled, anow. TufU-Bate cancelled, anow. Amherst 27; Bowdoln 0. ' Wabash S7; Muncie Normal 0. ' St. Xavler College E0; Kentucky Weateyan 0. University of Cincinnati 7; Georgetown (Ky.) 1 . Haverford ; John Hopkins fl. Blue Ridge 0; Catholic University 33.'" . - ' '..,-V. M. 1. 17: Roanoke 14. , Davidson 2S; Guilford 0.' , Cornell 21 ; Ilamllne . , Monmouth 3: Carthage College 0. Buena Vista C; Co 0. ' Colorado College 10; Regis A. Wesley aa 13; Augusta 0. Illinois College 17; Stole Normal 7. St. Viator It; F.ureka I. Western Normal 13; St. Thomas 27. Utah Aggies 13; Denver University Colorado Aggies 21; Brlghom Young University 17.'7; Western 8tate College ((?olorado) tW, .t;.'.,,,,,'.. ; Sewanee S; Texas Aggie S. ' , St. John 14; Boston University 0. Niagara Unlveralty W; Rochester 0. North Dakota Aggies 14; Morula;-side College 7. ,i North Dakota 63; Jamestown 0. Oregon 0; Idaho l. University of Southern California 2S; University of Utah 2. University or Washington 30; University of Montana 10. University of California 0; Olympic Club of San Francisco 15. : Nebraska Wesleyan 3; South Dakota 3. Stanford University 2; Occidental 0. Centenary 33; Union 0. Fort Bennlng 33; Transylvania 0. Tennessee 13; Msryvllle College 0. Wake Forest 41; Lenoir Rhyae 0. Rhode Island Stat 12; Lowell Teitlle 0. Wofford freskmta ; F.rsklne freshmen I. BIDH ELEVEH OEFEATSWDLFPfiCK Point After Touchdown Enough, to Win for Gamecocks Raleigh, X. C, Oct. 10. (A. .) Outplayed In the first half of their anneal struggle, with the Gamecocks of South Carolina the Wolfpack of North Carolina State College this afternoon came hack strong lu the second half and outplayed the visitors. Tbe rally, however, was not sufficient to win the game and the Palmetto eleven wo 7 to f after Thomas failed on a drop kick attempt to make the extra point which would have tied the score. The. local eleven was unable to work it aerial game and thU was largely responsible, for tba victory of South Carolina. Time after time the Wolfpuck was in sight of a score only to have a pass downed or fumbled. The South Carolina team drove hard from the atari and was able to score in tho second period after a fumble by McDowell of State gave the ball to Pruett of Caroiiua on the 2( yard line. M. Swink caught Rogers' puss for nine yards and Fcnnell and Rogers drove through tho line for added gains. Swink went In for Feuaell who waa Injured and tbe next play carried tbe hall across for the touchdown, Roger making the score. B. Swink made the extra point with drop kick. . The North Carolina State eleven acored In the final period when M4 Dow ell pased 48 yard to Austin who wa downed In the one yarillihe. W. Sliuford carried (he ball across on the neat play. - Tbe game was glowed un by, the lartf number of punts, both aides playing to keep the ball out of dan geroua territory. In the first half South Carolina made five first down to State's four. In tbe last half Stute mad nine Ural downs while- the Pal metto team failed to register. The line up and summary: X. C. State (.) Seal Carolina (7) Kilgore -Lamb Rlesomano LB .. Long LT. Donnell .. i' Bartel IX Logan . . Nicholson --- . Boyd 'C . '.. Prulett RO Seldelman RT M. SwlBkl RE Jeannede -- -- Boulwrlght . i. Roger QB LH C. Shuford .. -McDowell .. . . Winherly Rll W. Shuford Jasxclcwts ' '" FB . Score bv periods: North State .... - South Corollna '.. ..- 0 7 0 -7 . n Seoiinr: State, touchdowns, w. Shuford 1, South Carolina, touchdown Rofcer 1. Point after touchdown, k. Rwlnk (Placement). Officials: Heferee. Magoffin. tMtcnt Igan), Umpire. Ga, (Lehigh). Head liueeman (Rawson. Georgla). MILLIONAIRE! ' ALEX JOHNSTONE. ' Mllllcnalre tackle at the University of Iowa, who is expected to star on the football field this (all. Though wealthy, he'd rather, play the grid iron pastime than anything else. He enjoys nothing better than a hard game with the opposition endeavor Ing to smash It way through the llae. Bynurn Rfoititert -BBBBBBWBB. ZZZsbZI f ?l . . J ' --ai4i , . . , Jsft 3 McKechnie Drops Matter Of Protest On Saturday Game i Washington. Oct. 10. (.VP) Contemplated protest, by Pittsburgh Of today' Washington victor- In the third world's series game on the ground that Sam Kk-e failed to make a fair catch of Karl Smith's drive la .the eighth Inning to tha centei field' bleachers, waa abandon ed by Bill McKechnie, Pirate manager, after a conference with Commissioner LaudU. McKechnie, taking up the Issue with Land!, waa told that since a question , of fact was Involved, no pretest could be considered since tbe umpire' judgment- in this case that of Charles Rlgler could not be re versed off the field. ' . The Urate manager was prepared to submit to Landis the affidavit of twd bleacher fans, eye-witnesses, to support a contention that Rice dldt not make a - fair catch and that Smith was entitled to a home run. but after his conference with Landis, he (aid, he wpiUd jdrop the matter altogether. . .. 'fli iirA Tn Hit I Lost For Pirate v McKechnie Says Washington, Oct. 10, (AP) "My men failed t hit with men on third bur.e and that about tell the atorr of tbe game, ' Bill McKechnie. manager tf the Pirates, said after today'a game. . We lllled the bafie three' time and. could not seem to produce the punch that : gave ui the national league championship.' Stanley Harris, manager of the Senators, raid .that bis" team wa car rying on when It left off in the series with (he Giant last October. Tbrill. thrill and thrill," ha laid, "and after all we won the ball game, which la the mala object. They tind us on the run for awhile today and some of the men showed their peed,. gathering a couple of base an poor throw. The field was dangeroua but It was the same tor one team aa for tho other.'!, : , -. Baltimore Orioles ' Win From Louisville 1 1.. Oriole: Park. Baltimore, Md., Oct. 10. (AP) Baltimore nosed out an 11 inning victory over Loulsvillej 10 to J,' In the seventh game of the Junior world' aeries today. The tame, played in bitter cold, with a driving wind, wa replete with ml-play and heavy hitting. Bralnard, Sheedy .and Tyson h' home run. Tic- cup fanne tl Oriole batsmen. Grange Comes Back ' in Thrilling Form Champaign. Ills., Oct. 10. (AP) An offense of four back field men working In unison handled by Captain Harold "Red" Grange gave Ill inois Its first victory of the season In today'a game against Butler University In tbe memorial stadium here 1 to 13. - - . - . . v ... Illinois' ail-American .' halt back. shook off all doubt regarding hUN form by carrying the ball II time for a total of 178 yard Including a 73 yard gallop for a touchdown, dur ing (he 41 mlnutea In which he played. Galllvan, Green and Daugherty, hi backtleld mates gave htm splendid, Interference. Butler put tip a hard fight and threatened a number of times to take the game. SERIES STATISTICS Bj the Associated Press. Team- W L Pft. Washington ....'. .087 .333 Pittsburgh . , .. . First game- Washington 4; Second game '- Pittsburgh 3; Third gamo " Washington 4; Pittsburgh 1. Washington : Pittsburgh 3.' Financcs-1- , Third . Game ' 30.(95 1146,093 Total 120.GS.1 M3,f,tS Attcmlance . . . Receipts . . . Advisory coun-cli'a share . , Player' -haro Kach club's share . . '. . 11.913.33 lit.wr;: 1?C884:0 1261,243.88 tl.ii3.VSl IS7.133.22 The paid attendance, third game of the 1824 aerie was 47,6)8 and the receipts HS4.S72. The total paid attendance for the first three game last year was 119,290. and the receipts, totaled 457.r.24. . "' ... Cnbi Get Second, Chicago. Oct. 10. (AP) The Cub made It two straight In the city series from the Wbjte Sog today by hunching hit behind ragged support, winning eight to two. I

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