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Janu«*y 2, 1932 NEVADA STAm JOURNAL RENQ, r PAGS-SEVEIft.- . ROJANS TO WIN AMERICAN GRID HONORS It-Eastern Grid Team Humbles Westerners, 6 to RDUE MAN SCORES WINNING TOUCHDOWN; GAME PLAYED IN RAIN WHICH AIDS INVADERS fic tor» Open Holes in Coast'* Line Almost at Will; Clark Hinckle Stars for Winners; Kicking Is Feature Powder of Battle fchu pti. By ALANSON W. EDWARDS (United Press Staff Correspondent) 1ZAR STADIUM, San Francisco, Jan. 1.--(UP)-- jng through a drizzling downpour, the All-Eastern '1 combination turned back the tjick of the Western h , 6 to 0, in the seventh annual New Year's Day .ere this afternoon. of Purdue scored the Bast s third victory over BLOOD TO CARDINALS r by making the lone touchdown of the game late "lening period. BiU Morton oi Dartmouth, whose a feature of the contest, failed 1o convert. · A A driving ram that began in the second quater sent the croud scattering and robbed the game of bnllian" 0 It was fortunate for the heavy Easii rn team, whose forwards ooened holt s in the lighter Western players alraost at will CUrk Hinkle Stars If there was a single star in the long drawn battle of line plunges and puntirn? it was ClarK Hinkle of Bucknell whose stab.) through tackle were a evelation m ill H Ing power Bill M irton of Dartmouth, Pete Somers of Minnesota and Reb R«s- sell of Nor hwesteni shared East em honois wit i Hinkle Merle Huff rd shifty Washington back was t he mainstay of the West, saving his squad many times with superior pi nting After sec-saw playing in the second and third quarters, the East ilth of Material in 'Red Birds to Be Reduced By EDWARD W LEWIS ii M Press Staff Correspondent Mo, Jan 1-- (UP)-blood for old -- one of the ax- of the St Louis tiardinals' sys- Jl £ S-K £ 2££| *und its tM. in the final period the world champions, accord-1 ° na twice threatened from the two ic Red Bird outfit must be cut out names of Jim to word from St Louis i [Not that Sam Breardon, president ic "chain store system' club, or President Branch R.ckey are ources of these reports -- for are sphynx-like, and even de- the Grimes foi Hack Wilson --until the Cubs announced it , there is such i wealth of timber that some Bottomley, Hafey, Flint Rhem, Waddy ins and Ernie Orsatti are most mentioned in trade rumors | Bu leigh Grimes will be missed by here His antics were enjoyed, \ere his almost boyish smuik is getting old and he ibly was worth mc'e today in i'tr.ide than he might be a yeai C' n adon has indicated that Hack si n, if he finds his batting eye, be used by the Cards next sea- This announcement came soon Rickey had said just the oppo- that Wilson would be used m deal Ed Brandt, Bra\es and Dazzy Vance, veteran twirler, were e^en men- 1 Rickey always has received more ''on appearances here than any £r visiting player Yet those always had a grin behind Somehow the fans like Wil- nd he would undoubtedly be , of the Cards most popular play- it he delivers jard line But the Western forwards, outplayed in center field, stiffened t the crucial moments and both times the East lost on downs ' ' Kicking Wins The single touchdown outhern Methodists Schedule Two More PALLAS, Tex, Jan i--rup)-- with Syracuse and the Unit y of Nebraska head the 1932 ball schedule of Southern Meth- unlveisity. Southwestern con- noe champions of 1S31, The In «ka game will be plajed here Do ten Ray Morrison s eleven is heel tiled to meet on successive Sats the following Texas Trch at rilas; Rice at Dallas, Syracuse at «.' lite, Centenary at Dallas, Tex- ·t Austin, Texas Aggies at Dal; Baylor at Waco, Texas Chris- ID it Dallas, and Nebraska at Dal- 111 lifary Police Lose to Rowdies » fast contest the Rano Row- defeated We national guard try police 'basketball team last tit in Sparks by a score of 27 to Oprlotti was high point man « Rowdies, and Baker led the rdsmen in scoring HuVMiller Takes' San Jose Decision d to The Joornal JOSE, Jan. 1-- Louie Miller, strong man, defeated Frank riock of San Jow in the main Ii cf a wr«*nng card here to- It by winning two out of three F. HOLDS UNIQUE BBCOSD uTVERSITY. VA» .Jan. 1.--(UP) Thoma»,eap*ain of the I'm da f ootbaB team, hrtda .he |u» distinction of going down to at atare time* than any other erer to weac ,tte Orange and ·Dd yet, at fftlafnc on average yards. ·** utd U3M be fa I?"* i Isi- +*tW$A ft* j^,*rt 3* ,* -r resulted from Morton's kicking His- toe work outclassed that of Weldou Mason, Woman eternal is symbolized in this picture, proving as, it does that milady s concern fpr her complexion outweighs everything else Billy Cadley of San Francisco, member of the California Roses, women's football team is shewn touching up hei make-up before going into action on the griditon at Baker Bowl, Philadelphia, when hei team clashed Vvith the Chicago Bears, another girls' team ALL-AMERICAN TEAM PICKED West Given 3 places on Mythical Elevens Eleven men will be selected for athletic immortality, while many more will occupy lesser niches in the gallery of great athletes of 1931 with the announcement of College Humor's annual all-Amencan football team in the Februaiy issue ol the magazine In publishing '31's al 1 -American Southern Methodist star, and after | ratings, Les Gage, sports editor of several exchanges the Easterners I College Humor makes the following found themselves on the Western 24-yard lire Russell and Jim McEver of Tennessee made first down and Purvi dove through tackle to the five-ysrd line, and then to the two-yard 1 ne Russell was stopped but on the next play Frank Hoffman of N( tre Dame opened a hole at guard and Purvis scored The sloiy of the gaire was told best in th( ground gaming records The East made nine first clowns and the West b Jt one and that on a penalty On the slippery, soggy field the West's passing attack could set nowhere Tot a pass was completed in the Ease's two attempts and the V/est's fou P'enty of Kicking It was the Eastern line, in which Jim McMu do of Pitt, John tCount) Orsi of Colgate, Herm Hlckman of Tennessee and. Hoffman were the shining lights, that settled the game Hufford' kicking--and thcie was more kicking than anything else- kept the score lower than it might have been But Toscani of St Mary's, famous for his end runs, slipped tine and again, and it was Tom Davis of the Olympic Club, and Bob Kleckner of San Francisco university whose line smashing bolstered the Western attack Those two terrific goal line dashes of Hinkle in the fourth quarter saved the game from mediocrity The first began when George Chalmers of New York university recovered Masoi's fumble on f he West 25-yard line Purvis, Hinkle and McEvei wo ked the ball to the four- vard line, rom where the Bucknell ace made Jiree desperate btabs at tenter and end They started again from the 8-yard line after Mason kicked oat Hinkle making ?2 yards in three; smashes. But again the West held n the shadow of its goal, and the game ended in miafield where most of the scrimmage took place. It was the seventh annual stiuggle between pcked squads of the .East and West, and the gate netted many thousands of dollars to the San Francisco iihnne, its sponsor, for the crippled culdren's hospital Until the rate ftarted there *ere 60,000 persons in the stands. NEVADA YOUTH INS.F.GAME ^ "E Among the players in the East- West Shrine football game yesterday was Charli s Johnson, HaskeJl Indian institu e fullback, and former star all-art und athlete, jit the Stewart Indian school near Carson City. Johnson played on 4ho Stewart tear is befcm goinc'to Haskell. His home is -ai the Schurz Indian reservation. Fte played with the team represents g the We«t festerday. NEW ASK BOY WINS wnt gteE, fed* j»n i-fup) rold £*heln of Newark, N"J., r«fc*-nrt*wai boys' Indoor-ten- «ftauponalu today, Wbert Hint at r-Mfttt fSUH statement The assignment of secreting an all-Amencan eleven has become so comp'cr that one individual can no longer rely entirely on personal views and convict'ons One must depend upon the eounsel of those who are on the ground Coaches, football .writers ajid officials are consult U and their recommendations carefully weighed and deliberated "College Humor's all-Americans for the season recently concluded were chosen with the assistance of an advisory board, comprising ei^t of the country's foemost football critics " AH-Americans (These selections made November 23) Dalrymple Tulane End Quatse Pittsburgh Tackle. Munn Minnesota Guard Miler Purdue Center. Hickman Tennessee Guard Hardy Harvard Tackle Cronkite Kansas State End Morton Dartmouth Quarterback Schwartz . Notre Dame Halfback Rentner Northwestern Halfback Pinckert" Southern Calif or/ia Fullback The same staff of experts were instrumental in picking the second team as follows Orsi WOLVESTAKELEADFROMF1RST AND DEFEAT S. F. TEACHERS, 46 TO 22, IN BASKETBALL CONTEST Muldoon Stricken By BILL MoMENAMIN Taking the upper hand from the opening tip-off, the University of Nevada's giant Wolves swamped the San Francisco State Teaehers by a 46 to 22 tally last night in their second and final hoop game in the university gymnasium Coach "Doc" Martie used his second and third strings against the Teachers for a large part of the game and all three outfits clicked to run up the heavy victory Prom the first few minutes of play, the issue was never in doubt as the Wolves romped over their smaller opponents Nevada opened the contest with a starting lineup of young giarts composed of Bledsoe, H Bankofier, Carrol, B Bankofier, and Griffin They quickly ran up a heavy lead which was held at 28 to 8 at the end of the first half The ability of the Wolf Pack to night by one point He was fre-j quently high point man of the team last season Kauffman, rtalwart S. P. Teachers guard, dropped seven points through the hoop to become high point man of his outfit He dropped two perfectly arched long shots into the basket from near the center of the floor to arouse the spectators admiration The box score NEVADA-- break fast and make use of their,Lee height advantage kept the Teach- Stole Bledsoe R Bankofier Carrol B Bankofier Griffin Hackett Farnsworth Curran Gould Hill Salisbury Leighton ers' basket rattling continuously with a barrage of accurate shots All three Nevada centers, Carrol Gould and Stole, had little trouble m taking the tip-off The game was clean and fast until the first part of the third quarter when "rough stutf and numei- ous fouls mailed the beauty of the contest Two of the players entered a heated argument and were dismissed from the floor by thr referee. Dan Bledsoe, Nevada guard, was again high point man with a total of 10 points besting his tally of last Guffrey Totals P G 5 3 2 1 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 0 18 P.T. 0 1 0 1 1 2 1 1 3 0 . 0 0 0 0 0 10 Pts 10 7 4 3 1 4 5 1 3 2 0 4 2 0 U.S.CRUMBLES SOUTHERNERS 21 TO 12, IN THRILLING CONTEST; POWER PLAYS CINCH VICTORY William Mjildpon, .86 - year - old member of the New York boxing cc-nmLjlon, faced an operation as he lay seriously ill in a New York hospital Muldoon, who in late years conducted a health farm at Individual Honors Go to Ernie Pinckert of California; Dalrymple Is Target for Los Angeles Crew By GEORGE H. BEALE (United Press Staff Correspondent) ROSE BOWL, Pasadena, Jan. 1.-- (UP)--The Trojans of southern California won the national football championship here today'by defeating Tulane 21 to 12, in as thrilling 1 a game as the history of the Tournament of Roses New Years competition has known. The Westerners took an early lead, their power plays driving them to ttiree touchdowns before Tulane had so much as threatened. Tulane, showing the fight for which southern teams are noted, tame back, however, *o turn the game into a real battle.* Southern 1 California scored once in the second quarter and twice in the third while Tulane counted fust neai the end of the third quarter 0 Purchase, N Y , had a colorful ! an ! again '« the final S P TEACHERS P G. F T Meldelson Crowley Kauflman Traeger Goldman Bell Henry Gelatt Pierke Totals 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 46 Pts 0 1 7 0 3 4 4 1 2 22 Women Collapse After Ice Race Held Dead Heat Marvil Baker Yarr Corbus Price Smith Wood Murphy NEWBURGH N Y , Jan 1 -- (UPi--Irving Jaffey of New Yoik City won the middle Atlantic spscd skating champion- chip and the Donahue memorial trophy as a damp snow almost smothered the six lap track on Chadwick lake today E ! sic Mullei and L i l l i a n Corke, both of the New York Ice club bpht points in the final 880 yard women's race when they collapsed after skating a dead heat The split took the championship from Miss Corke and gave it to Miss Muller, also a former champion The heavy track of the late afternoon did not interfere With o o d racing time, however jJoyd Gunther of Detroit fell short of equalling the worlds 220 sprint record by one fifth of a second, hitting the tape in 183 as Allan Potts last year's champion fell near the finish LABARBA DROPS FIGHT MEXICO CITY Jan 1--(UP)-- MAIER BESTS ROSENBLOOM MILWAUKEE, Wis. Jan 1--(UP) careci m which he was a Civil wai soldier, wrestler, actor, policeman OKI.AHOMANS DEFEAT HAWAII Islanders Unable to Score on Team From West HONOLULU T H Jan 1--(UP) --The University of Oklahoma football team, witn a superior oifensive and a defense that turned back threats of the University of Hawaii time and again, won hf intersectional game here today by a score of --Da\e _ Maier, Milwaukee light- i 7 to 0 heavyweight, decisively outpointed i i n the third quarter Massad pass- Maxie Rosenbloom, claimant of the e d to Cheiry or a net gain of 59 light heavyweight championship, in I ya rUi and Cherry was torced out a 10-round],bout todt The bout was above the iccoc;- nized poundage for the division and as a consequence no title claims ol bound-- on the one-foot line On the next play Massad plunged over for a touchdown Oklahoma was not able to get m- were at stake Rosenbloom appear- Slae (, he Rambows 15-yard line dur- ed dead on his feet and won only, mg the first half two lounds, Maier took six and two were even To many around the ringside it appeared that Rosenbloom was paying the tott for hi$ repeated disregard, of training rules Richards Advances To the Semi-Finals Individual honors went to Einie Pinckert of Southern California and Harry Glover of Tulane Pinckert contributed two of his team's touchdowns He lecoveird loose balls and he taiifht men from behind to savo the Southern Caliioima soal line Glovei turned in two scintillating inns and \v.u, a hard driving back throughout the game He scoied the second touchdown foi the Qiecn Wave Dalrymple Target As had been expected, Southern California worked out on Captain Jeiry DaUymple, all-Amercan end from Tulane All season long Southern has made it tough on the most prominent lineman opposing it and Dalrymple was selected today POWER DEFEATS PASSING SKILL Jim Thorpe Reviews Tulane-U. S. C. Contest . By JIM THORPE 1 Copyright 1932 by the United Pi ess PASADENA Calif, Jan 1-- UP The national college football championship was given to the University of Southern California in the Rose Bowl today as a uctory of power plays over the soeed and passing skill of Tulane umieisitv Pinckert s two dashes to scores Two great elevens, each thorough- were ovei Dalrymple s position and I ly coached in fundamentals and the first Southern California touch- equipped with great lines, fought it down lesulted from a 22-yard run out in a battle which was any one's NEW YORK, Jan 1--(UP)-Vincent Richards of New York advanced to the semi-final round of the national professional indooi Near the end of the game Hawaii tried many w'ld passes unsuccessfully | Young the Oklahoma center, played a brilliant defensive game, while Massad starred as a ball carrier. Hawaii gamed 123 jar-Is and seven first downs from lurunngr plays compared to 126 yards and eight f'rst downs by Oklahoma Hawaii tried 19 passes and completed four foi a gam of 21 yards ,nd Oklahoma gained 98 yaids on four passes com'pletecl out of 17 attempted by Shaver over DaUymple that put the ball on the six-yard line Except foi the times when Dalrymple was mowed completely out of the play, he looked pietty good It was his heads-up football that permitted him to pick a half blocked pass out of the air and pave the way for Tulane second score Vernon Haynes playing the end opposite Dalrymple, and Lodrlgues, the center, were standouts in the line for Tulane Zimmerman and Felts looked pretty fair in the back- j "^st perfect'en deiense .11 d o run- Keid M Quarter Scoreless | Jf ^l^Mc^ *£"** Pirtckert's running-mate, Shaver, i those accorrilishmrnts, he would be game most of the time I think that the Trojans deserved their 21 to 12 win but still think that a break or two for Tulane would have changed the result almost to the end of the game U S*C made its bieaks and too advantage of them I think that Ernie Pinekert, Trojan haKback wat tire best man on the field Pinckert, in my estimation ranks right up with the tootball gieat of all time He knows *n- side fooiball is a gieat blocker al- Alfredo Gaona, 149 pounds, tonight j tennis championship today by de- won a ten-round decision over Tommy Herman, 148% Fidel LaBarba, 123, lost a ten-round decision to Baby Aiizmendi, 125 Manuel Villa, 134V, won a ten-round decision over Bobby Pacho, 134 featmg Russpll M Harned of New York, 6-0, 6-1, 6-1 J Emmett Pare of Chicago also advanced to the semi-finals by winning over Basil Maguire ol Brooklyn, 6-3, 6-3, 6-1 FROM THE RANKS By Sordi Zimemrman Cain Colgate End. Northwestern Tackle Southern California Guard * Notre Dame Center Stanford Guard Army Georgia Harvard Fordham Tulane Alabama Taekle EndV Quarterback Halfback Halfback Fullback FINALLY GOT CHANCE DETROIT, Jan *!.---rOP)--Ath- letic coaches at Northwestern high school here would not .allow Johnny Hackett to play football because ha was too valuably as an aQuatic star They kept hitn off the gridiron for fancy diving contests Hacfc- ett rebelled, however, ia Ms senior year and made the- football team. H» subsequently entered the University of Detroit to become captain. TWO NAMED _ F0#f WOTH; Tex, Jan. 1 -(UP)--Johnny Vaught, lineman arid" Blanard Spearman, halfback, both all-Southvostern players, have beea elected captains ot.the 1932 Texas Christian University football team, "T.jCru finished second' in the race last year and held MAKE HBC68UTAS HfT «iifH frtft Oregonians Frolic In Chilly Waters PORTLAND, Ore Jan 1--(UP) --Twenty-five men and seven girls welcomed the new year to Oregon today by frolicking in icy waters of the Willamette river Winsome misses plunged into the Millrace at Eugene and swam across the old swimming hole They were Ruth Dupuis and Ruth Giiswold, University of Oiegon co-edb, and Kane Dupuis, Dorothy Gnvwold and Louise Pugsley high school girls The Red Devils " volunteer lifesavers of Portland, including two women, entertained a crowd here by riding surfboards, diving Iiom the Morrison street bridge and making themselves generally at home in water that tested 43 degrees. 2 Hours Cut From L.A.-N.Y. Flight all-American quarter, was a big ground gainer for the Trojans and fhe play of Arbelbide, Baker and Sparling sparkled in the line The first peuod was bitterly fought but scoreless Tulane really haid to beat in all-time star selections As gotid as he is. m other dfpai tments I U bet he could learn to purl anJ pass Captain Jerry Dalrymple, T ilane All-American end, played a fair game I say fair instead of cood because the Troians went around him for a couple oi touchdowns He should have turned them in How- evei, it must be remembered tltat Dahymple recently was iniured and that the great U S C attack was al! pinned and set in hi, direction Southern California's one but this was minimized when quick kieks took Zimmerman Tulane's safety by surprise on two occasions and lolled fai over his head Southern California was sending many of its plays towaid the left side of the line and directly at Dalrymple, an unusual proceedure since most of its power plays ordinarily run to the right. 58-Yard Run Both teams played cautiously j during this period and it ended MIAMI, Fla, Jan 1 --(UP)-when the second quick kick, this one Tommv Armouh, Bocaraton, Fla., Armour Leads Field In Miami Tourney by Mohler, went over Zimmerman s head and rolled to the Tulane five- yard line On the first play of the second quartei, Glover, the small half, ran inside his own left end broke into the down the field clear and stalled Mohjer was the only man between him and a touchdown Mohlei failed to stop him but succeeded in breaking Glover's stride so that Pinckert caught him on tre Southern California 37-yard line The run was good for 58 yards The Trojans got down to real work after this, and Zimmerman and Glover were thrown successively for eight-yard losses Tulane then kjcfced to Mohler who came back 25 yards to his own 35-yard line to start the drive thai gave Southern SAN FRANCISCO, Jan 1 --(UP) , California its first score --Tri-motored transport planes of I Sparlins Scores the United Air Lines and Western | Mohler passed to. Shaver for seven Air Express will begin operating on ] yards and then lan his own right a schedule of 28 hours and 45 mln- end to a first down in midfield utes from Los Angeles to New York i Shaver passed to Clark for a 23- tomorrow morning. This is a cut of two hours and 45 minutes from the present flying time between the two cities Western Air Express planes will carry passengers from San Diego and Los Angeles to Salt Lake City, where they will transfer to planes of the other line The westbound schedule will continue as It U now, as well as the 28-hour schedule from San Francisco to New York. United Press Man Broadcast* in Berlin NEW YORK, Jan. 1--*UP)-#red- erick Kuh, who has Just returned to Berlin from a two months' assignment as United Press war correspondent to Manchuria, today gave American radio listener*, a graphic I account Of his experiences , ..-. tnm -fcgyuft Trtiere he is the central European yard gain. Shaver ran his own left eid for 22 yards and a first down on the six-yard line The play was directly over Dalrymple and he was off his- feet From here Sparling went around his ow^i right end to shot a cow? record-breaking 68 to lead the field the first day of play in the Miami open golf tournament today, Lonn Mattson, St Paul, was in second place with a 70. Mere than 150 leading professionals pnd amateiirs are entered in the $2500 tournament inaugurating the annual seiies of Florida golf tournaments which end in March with the $5000 international foui ball matches and the $10000 Gables-Miami Biltinore open Frank, Chicago, and H. Cuici, Elmsford, N Y., tied for third place with 71's Hank Miller La Porte, Ind, had a 73 and Jack Rice New York 74 score Baker kicked goal In this drive down the Held the Trojans made 65 yards in five plays Counting Mohler's run back of the punt they gamed 90 yards in six plays The third quarter was only, a few which he previously scored, Pinckert went across from the 23-yard line Dalrvmple again was on the ground Glover's second lo»iR run put Tulane in posit'on for its first score. Tulane was o i its own 47-yard line- when Glover took gfi ball on a reverse and ran 38 y^rds to the 15- yard line His interference wa» beautiful on this play and with his own shifty running it looked as if he was away Pinccert, however. ' bobbed up to drag him down front behind Tnlane Trien Air Unable to t;ain through the line. Tulane went to the air Ztmmer- mtnutes old when California power the Southern plays started working again Starting from their man passed directly over the center of the line to Payne who fell acro» as he caught the ball. Zimmerman's attempt to placekick the punt own 40-yard line, the Trojans, with j wa s blocked' Shaver doing most of the running, A fumble by Mohler and brilliant went quickly to the Tulane 30-yard following of Uie ball by Dalrympi* ne - . ! gave Tulane its second score, Mob Another Touchdown ler's bobble vaa recovered: dy Hal* There Pinckert took the ball on ! rympl* on the U. 8. C, 35-yard line, A reverse arid went straight over the I Zimmerman sind Payne carried th» , spot where Dalrymple should hare! ball to .the 20-yard line. There been and on to a touchdown. Mai- [ Zimmerman's attempted Vu* m* Wry watt the man Who took Dab-ym- partly blocked by Trfldftn, bwfct but j Dalrymple, for whom fhe ptoH.abt · kicked the goal and U-jS,,C. not intended, grabbed the baB be» ng,M to' 0 Southern Call-1 fore it fell and TMjajw Jf

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