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r H CLASSIFIED MARKETS RADIO -Sentinel SECTION B SPORT NEWS KNOXVILLE TENNESSEE SUNDAY MORNING OCTOBER 21 1928 SECTION B ILMIEMK 9 T V GEORGIA TECH BRINGS HOME 13 TO 0 BACON Football i Results s Bf IriMriw V i GRANT FIELD’ ATLANTA Ga Oct 20— Georgia Tech’s Golden Tornado after six lean years of battling against the Irish -of Notre Dame 'defeated Knute Roekne’s eleven 13 to 0 before a roaring crowd of 35000 southerners here today Tech scored in the first and final periods making their first touchdown by smashing over from the Notre Dame three-yard line after two long passes had put (the ball there In the last quarter 'Lumpkin Tech halfback intercepted a pass and reached the three-yard line before being downed''-Line bucks hit the ball across and Mizell placekicked the goal T-Thg-gama was played under — - - bright Dixie sun with ' enough touch of autumn In the air to make It Ideal football weather " ' i Notre Dame’s feared aerial attack melted at erucial moments and the stubboii Tech line when Its goal line was threatened staved off the plunges of the Irish backs- r V Bad Day For Irish' f It was a bad: day for the ' Irish - Ever dangerous markedly sO In the second period the Tech secondary defense smeared Paaa university of after pan that Nlemlee Notre -v southern - ALABAMA 1S T UN N ESSEX IS t Tulana S Vanderbilt IS V M I S Virginia 0l Georgia Taoh IS Notre Dame Si Auburn Of Mlaalaalppl IS Kentucky 0 - Nerthweetern ' T (at Cvanaten) - North Carolina 14 V P I IS - Duka 0 Navy S (at Annapelie) Florida 7S Mereer 0 Sewranao SSi Cumberland O ' - Kentucky Wealeyan Centre 0 ' Louisiana College : IS Leulalanna Normal X - Georgia 7 Furman 0 ' Taxaa Unlveroity SO Arkaneaa 7 ' Texaa Chriatlan S Toxaa Aggiea 0 Centenary 7 Baylor 2X 1 Southern 27 Piedmont 0 Elen 0 Richmond S4 - Davie Elkina 12 Quantlee 12 '' Lenoir Rhyne 14 King X 'Bawling Green'1l( Teachera College ARMISTEAD IS STAR AS VANDY - BEATS TULANE V M I Wins Sr1"1 From Va U First Time By Called ' LEXINGTON Va Oct JO— For the first time In the football history between the two Institutions Virginia Military institute Virginia here today to 0 In the annual Dame halfback flung infts the I homecomlng gam0i before 6000 air The big halfback however I alumni and under-graduates split the Tech line open for con-1 An attack led by Barnes left slstent- gains to help bring the I halfback of the Cadets kept plug-hall Into Tech territory In the ging away at the Virginia line to second period only to be flung gain victory The Cavaliers wbe back when there was a chance battled to a 0 to 0 tie wlth Prlnce-for a score I ton last week could not gain thru Knute ftockne elected to send the Cadet line his second-string backs In at the 0n a blocked punt la the first start of the game and Tech quarter Scott throw 81oan behind scored before the Quarter was j tha Virginia goal Une for a ty Midway In the last ' Quarter I Barnes broke thru the Virginia was half over - Carldeo kicked to Durant who came back nine yards to the 18-yard line Mliell ‘ x x(Une for a 40-yard run Two Miieu and “5?ilplaysUter he sent a bullet-Uke first down onl-to-havejhe -Moodyaeroas the goal IMUd TO iUrtod I J": Hni a Umd xSIn4 The In to closing minutes the Cava-' Xri line held anMlSli flung U trted an aerial attaek that a pasa to Thomason who wai I w“ bn!en Bp-downed on the threo-yard line The line-up: Mlsel croaked center threa times I for a touchdown but' felled to hi ha ‘ VlreMa placeklck lor the extra point I IU5VVV S-S ” I ’ I Z ! ’ 1 1 — Veimlf fiSKM h I KlIMiiiMtiMo Me a MilseMiiMtUlV ' i4 ' I A OfWooff4S Me T JMM0 SCIlt Ul TtnltX OMCK I RMlt e eeeeeeee ft HMiieoeeTtniff field hustling In Tech got the y:3£Z ball Oil Notr DaIDM ll-Tird Naywr It H Kavnhwr Fi ft ieweeeFHlCOHr awry It looked Ilka another I v7 i ?- touchdown Bandolph skirted I viiia s right tackle and Nlemlee dropped I aa new market MUhiiiM WINS 26 TO 0 under way IB the second period! TT 11 u Nlemlee ploughed thru the Une 'and threw passes to Dew and 2 T w Chevlgny to put the ball on the JJEW MARKCTTenn Oet 80 Tornado nine-yard line Cbev-NewMarkat Hlin rsn over tne Unv hlt the line for eight yards Morristown Junior High here yea- andy the handSl i? Notre Dame terday beating them 16 to 0 The rooters yelled "touchdown” -core could easily hays been a Nlemlee Chevlgny and Dew hit reat deal larger but for the the Tech line but failed to gain bort eight minutes quarter and n baU went to Tech on an in- the procession of substitutes that went In for New Marks °°Tn the fourth quarter with The New Market team Is ex-tbe game nearly over Nlemlee pectlng a hart tussU when daanerately threw a long arched I meets Toung High here Wednee-pass towards Shay In midfield day Lumpkin- leaped for It and came eck thru the outspread Notre 1 75am eleven reaching the three- Ml1rinp flflH !yard line before being tackled JL UiUUV iUIU Pumpkin hit tackle for two yards Randolph toppled thru center tor the needed three feet and a roar earns from the stands Mlxell placekicked for the extra point Notre Dame made six flret downs to Tech’s ten Nlemlee tried IS passes 1 during the game II being Incomplete The lineup: Ml Dane WsynMburg 7 Bithany 7 L M U SS Rice IS W Va 22 W and L 0 S2 Brawn 14 Finn 14 Penn State a Naw Hampehlra 0 Malna 7 ' Dartmouth 21 Columbia 7 Princeton 47 Lehigh 0 Amheret It Hamilton 0k N Y U 4S Rutgere 0 Bowdaln 0 Tufta IX Holy Croaa IS Fordham IS Alleghany 0 Plttaburgh 2S John Hepklna 0- Havarferd IS Carnegie IS W and J 0 Swarthmore S7 Suaquehanna 7 ' Villa Neva 7 Gettysburg X Maryland IS West Maryland X Williams 2S Rensselaer 7 Wealeyan 14 Rochester IX CCNY 2S D rex el X Middlabury 7 Springfield IX Niagara SS Alfred X Colgate IS Michigan State X’ MIDDLE WEST Minnesota SS Chicago 7 Purdue IS Wisconsin IX Illinois IS Indiana 7 Ohio Stats IS Michigan 7 Kanaaa State 7 Kansas Aggiea X Missouri 2S Iowa State IX Nebraska 7 Syracuse X Oberlln IS Caae X Butler 40 Danville X ML Uniop 2S Wooster IX Miami 0 Ohio Wealeyan IX Wabash S Georgetown Ky 0 Coo M Carroll X North Dakota IS SL Thomas X Western Reserve 4S Hiram X Wittenberg 0 Marshall X Emporia IS Westminster X -Iowa Stats Teachers 40 Penn X Momlngsldo 8 South Dakota X North Dakota 8 South Dakota State L Ohio SS Cincinnati X Simpson 1S Cornell 7 - WESTERN Oregon 27 Washington X Colorado Callage IS Denver IX Colorado U SS Ml nee X California S U S CX (Tie) State S Oregon State 7 Santa Clara 7 West Coast Army X ' University of Arlssna St Temple Teachers X Brigham Young 48 Western State Generals Beaten By W Va 22-0 73-0 Win Chalked Up By Florida By ratted Frees NEW ORLEANS QcL 20— Vanderbilt invaded New Orleans today and left for home tonight with a victory over Tulanef 13 to 6 due' largely to Captain -Armistead’s brilliant end runs' and passes coupled with a stubborn defending line that gave but once letting Banker of Tulane plough thru it or a touchdown It was Tulane ’a second conference defeat the Green Wave having tost to Georgia Tech 12 to 0 a week ago Armlatead crashed thru tackle for 88 yards early In the first quarter starting jths inarch for touchdown Ho hit the line for nine more yards McGaughey made It first down on Tulaao’a four-yard lino and Armtatoad skirted right end for the touchdown The kick failed- In the second period - Arml-atead shot a' long forward pass to 1 Mcllwaln from the Tulane 8 6 -yard lino for another score Abernathy placekicked for the extra point Tulane started to ' hit the Vandy lino hard and ruahed the ball to the Commodore 86-yard Une whore Seeuws and Armstrong hit the line for another first down and Banker then shot thru taekle for the Greenin’ only snrx Hla try for goal was blocked Tulane broke down the Vandy aerial attack In the second half and Banker led another Tulane drive only to an the ball go over on n fumble - The game ended with It Vandy’a ball on the Tulane 20-yard llnx -s Lineup: Pes V— iwbllt Holland Oolkers Bcdonaor Wall Mangam Ruckar (c) Robert! Armstrong Banker Srouvi Hop Lakey Hawklna Brlotow Oliver 1 X L T L O Center U G nr i R T tmeky n X Abernathy a B Armletoad (c) U H HeGaughoy R X Blcllwaln r b gekvarta oopar Officials: Referee J T Perry (fa wane) Umpire— Major Griffis (Iowa) HeadllneemoB— alias Williams (Tala) Field Judge— Professor Dahloas (Contra) Score by quarters: Vanderbilt 4 T 0 X— U Tulana 4 4 0 t" f Substitutions: Tulane— Svens for Man gam Wall for Evans Wetley for leeuws Kekrldge for Bodongor Teurg for Hooper Baumbach for Amotrong Walker for Holland Jaetram for Abernathy VandorMlt— Olbeon for Lakoy Frank Ilm for Abernathy J Schaefer for Frank Kelly tor Brows Lakey for J isafer Abernathy for Olbeon Brawn for Kelly Jake Schaefer tor Schwarts HARRIMAN 15 LaFOLLETTE 0 By Catted GAINESVILLE Fla Oct 80 — Florida loomed as a - possible Southern conference ? championship contender tonight after taking a 78 to 0 victory over Mercer S I A A college eleven The ’Galtora used their second and third string elevens with equal effect smashing the Mereer line at will In every quarter Line drivee end runs forward passes — all worked and at all tlmex Owens second string back cored four of the touchdowns while Brumbaugh varalty back trotted across with three ' Me-Ewan of the second team tore thru tha Mercer Une time alter time for long gains : FIGHTING TEAM REPULSES TIDE TO UPSET DOPE -t : -vv - 4g " 'vv‘f ' V By BOB WIUSON TUSCALOOSA Ala Oct 20 — The ' Volunteer of Tennessee performed a football miracle on Denny Field here this afternoon before the astonished eyes of 8000 fans 'They turned a rushing Tide into a gentle flow to wreck a great Alabama team and win 15 t p 13 when they had been doped to lose 'by from three to five tonchdownx Hail the great Eugene McEver for it was Us 97-ytrd run for a touchdown on the opening kick-off that threw the-?' Alabamans into a panic and it was his shifty dashes that v kept the Tide unsettled for 60 minutes until toe Volunteer 'V4 came thru with a victory Hail the other Tennessee players for they were all good in the triumph that gives the football world one of its most startling upsets of the 1928 season - Coach Wallace Wade’s powerful eleven — and they were J J : What’s The Score Asks Neyland TUSCALOOSA Ala Oct 80— Major Bob Neyland was ao 1 appy - over the victory - of hla - Vols that ha didn’t tven know i hat the score was - 1 know wo won” ho said after the game “but what was the score?” ' - Someone told him It was 15 to 13 “Our boya played far better that we dreamed they could” declared the Tenneaaoe coach “They made up for their lack of experience by their unquenchable fight I’m so proud of them that I’d kiss every one of them If I wasn't afraid they would all take a poke at me when I tried” -ftr liii0-up :r Fee Green L JB Nw (lest I T Grandoff I O Waller Bono Center Freemen Houeer R O BCencb Hlcke R T IVomack Nolan R B StavaU Bcwycr Q B Corbin MeKwan L H Hutthewe Owsue R H MclFIlllanie Saule F B Ncwicmi Ueara by Berlade: Florida 14 II II lf-11 Morcor I I I Lv I earing tanchdawno: Fieri da— Owens (4) Bcwycr Saul HrEwon baugb(l) (eub tor McBwan) Stanley (eub (or Green) Off Id ale: Referee Hutrhlneen ( Perdue) Umpire— Hill (Georgia Tech) Heedllnoeman— Ewan (Navy) Field Judge— Buchanan (Weeeter) powerful outweighing the green Vols by at least 20 pounds to the man— fell under the inspired attack of the Tennesseans Away Goes McEver McEver sparkled Taking the opening kickoff from Sington on his own three-yard line McEver made a ran that will go down in the 1928 gridiron records Gene was aided by good interference until he got into the open a few steps Two Alabama men snatched at him but he left them a mile behind Bobby Dodd then placekicked for the extra point and le-score-was Tto 0 in favor of Tennessee Tennessee rooters went into a frenzy The Tidemen apparently were dazed It was the first time they had been scored on this season They never quite recovered from that blow during the game Than Alabama Boons A few minutes later the Tide scored its first touchdown It came soon after Bobby Dodd had kicked off to the Tide’s five-yard line Suther hit tackle for six yards - On the next i play he broke thru tackle and ran 49 yards for a touchdown Yale Wins From Brown 32 To 14 By ruMeC Frees CHARLESTON W Vx These two young men no counted for the 16 polnta that made a pale pink trickle out of the Crlmaon Tide of Alabama Above la Eugene McEver the bright lad who ran 87 yard to a touchdown from the kickoff Mr McEver also acored the aeo-ond Vol touchdown on n paaa over the goal line from tha agile Buddy Hackman Hobo Thayer below found Mr Suther of Alabama lurking behind hla own goal line Mr Thayer promptly laid Mr Suther low and acored the safety that provided the winning two polnta for Tenneaaee Wisconsin Tie 19-19 By rH4 Fiss LAFAYETTE Ind Oct 80— Purdue turned Ita 18th encoua- - ter with a Unlvtralty of Wlaeon Gyrie Tfe ratJrTC aln football team Into an unhap- MstmT h f: :::::Miiicr col py event tor the Badgers who w-bra-k JUJX --ijIJJ opened their Big Tee conference lRVaa7''£V bare today by holding £ I them to e IM1 tie today i £ Tb BoHermakara’ homecom- Mj4i £ !! mumIii 1 1" crowd accepted thle as e vie 1 Mph 'V'V r x aka tory for Purdue whleh had been VJtr1 a a v—ii conceded IHUe chance even to tu5Sr:::::"”t:je a 1 hold Ita own with the aggnge- Vl tlon that defeated Notre Dame t M JJ A remarkable puet by Peet Welch and a feeble boot by Behr M mwmmr la return gave Purdue a break fcTBraSSX' 'V I allowing Ilermeaoe to ecoro early Wpcclgl To Tfcq Krai Mnl LAFOLLETTE Tenn Oct SO — Harrlman High fought with the odds against them here today and downed the strong LaFollettaiByraHaermt JOWwTVlTglnla" ' unir1 I b®2 NEW HAVEN- CoBB” football eleven was master of I B“L JP?!1 i® flrt flUBrter — Yale’a powerful team cruahed WIMIM Md Im bm W-T baUlnek I Brown' I TO brt b At no time-during the game tBrrBd for bia team while Rue- fore 40000 spectators today 18 did tha° (ireerala threaten tte I 0B “of-1 to 14 Mountalneera’ goal llnx “ a a Johnny Garvey Yale’a brlUUnt JSt S U Sf ’iSKnStj “bSUn bTOek -t 0 Bl ww fumblee fonud the West vip-1 Jackaboro sad Clinton waa won I to a flying atart by scoring two glnlann In poaeamloB of too ball by Clinton S to I The teame were touchdowns In the opening panear the canter of the field the about evenly matched end the rtod advance which brought the Initial game hard-fought touehdown got under way Three flret dowse la aucce salon and a holding penalty for Washington and Leo placed the ball within a yard of the goal Hex Captain Keefer went over tor the Weet Virginia touehdown A forward paaa put David Bartrug over for West Virginia’s seeond touehdown before the peijpd ended Bartrug got another touehdown In the third period and the laat two point war glvaa to t vlcton automatleatly la the laat S" Tean Oct quarter when a WaahtagUm and f0B lt rt tmJ Lea man punted from behind tha today eruahlng Cumberland and llnx before 6000 footbaV fauxC°l”l Llun““ heh ‘“J1 ?ordx I garlal attack going good” aald BawaaM aMNdoace la each ofblaraaaBrownquarterback took Major Brllloa ”lt will work the TEMPLE TRIMS th nh£ d tmx- I CiTlrLdCi 1 IV I IT I O I timoa h Hnain I touendown TenneMce eupporterg took Tu- Yal raa the kick-off back to csIoom tonight and tha bays were Bobby Dodd Has Bruised Kidney' 'Bobby Dodd the Kingsport lad upon whose shoulders the punting burden fell when Captain Roy Witt waa foreed out of the game may be out for a good while Dodd who waa tackled with such force during play In the Alabama game that he had to be carried from tha field wee taken to the train In an ambulance Altho hie Injuries have not been fully determined Dr Faulkner U-T Infirmary attache travelling with the team said that Dodd seemed to have a badly bruised kidney i£f kMsrtL1uiMUrk Fatal a flat Uucfe Sotih-MImII iglarakPkX THIRD STRING GETS IN GAME rrriM READING Pa Oct ether aldx Hermeana carried it bark thru the Dodgers lla and acmes tha goal Tha drive poaaaneed by Coach "Jimmy” Phelaa’c men wee revealed on tha neat touchdown when they rams from mid-field to the 17-yard lino with lino playa and a pa ex A triple paaa play 80-1 functioned perfectly (o the 7 -yard 4IN EchayiklH college ran rough-shod I Ilea and Miller carried (he ball ever It Johns boro today to aria aeroea after Guthrie had failed by by a score of IT to 0 Opening I inchex the first period the first string with rriafercomaata la the line Hohuylhin eleven acored a total I Wisconsin wasted ao tlma la Ita of 84’ point x comeback a paaa from Lusby to la the seeoad period with thelCulMlner counting the tint entire aecond team on tha field Badger score Again a rornMaa-Bcbnylklll counted another touch- tlon of paaaoa lla driven and off down but failed to kick goat la tackle alaahea Beared tha goal the third period tha second loam Mono ecorlng on a pass from Luo-counted Mother touehdowa and by kicked goaL Long rune by Caraway email During the final period the aa-lgalae by Waleh sad Guthrie and v Ur tklfd squad got law the game I a penalty a Wlaeoaria for rongh-aad eucccidcd la holdlag Rb aeea led to Purdufe coring I Jokae aeorolaea aliho ahU to tally the third period whoa Karmaaoa It took aome of the pep out of the Tidemen when Deal missed goal and the Vols were still in the lead 7 to 6 The vicious charging of the Tenneaaee linemen kept the Tide nervous and accounted for Alabama’s numerous fumbles It wai near the close of the first quarter when Bobby Dodd who had been placing hi punts with uncanny accuracy booted one out of bounds on the Alabama one-footUna Suther backed up behind his own goal line to punt Those mad Tennemee linesmen walked thru the big Tide forward wall and charged toward Suther He fumbled too ball Harry Thayer who atoned for every mistake ha has made in other games by Mi brilliant playing against ’Barns pounced The game waa leas than five IST I -JQWflSl00 the ball like the proverbial duck on a June bug Most minutes old when Dacker Intar-1 I everybody thought that it waa another 'touchdown for Ten- eepted a Brown paax A pass a— soiTaTnaWw on-4 Inrssee but it wasn’t Decker to Hubbard mad 14 TUSCALOOSA Alx Oct 80 — I yards and a first down on Brown’s I Altho th Alabama Crimson Tide I Outald fiua Zone 14-yard Unx la two plays Oar- mad ll first downs to nln for Thayer had recovered the ball outside of the end gone A TrmmutcsTiteaarvevTi I nd U coanted onl7 or two more point! for Ten- covered a fumble on Brown’a 41-1 Vols’ aerial attack was not funo- Pe“p' th score 9 to 6 Had tha ball been about six yard Une sad rune by Ellle and tlonlng as it baa la th past they inches closer in it would have been a touchdown Garvey placed the ball on tha one-1 gained more ground via tha air Tennessee had the hall on their own 40-yard lino as tho yard lino from when Garvey than did th Tide I tel’W’S Ajrtt'ffsururz I Great Backs Says Coach Wadit trlanil I tOUChdOWB la ths BCCOOd period I go awml acnlnat Alaliama - 1 1 " " oBtMt 04 aeries of hrllllanfpKaaedKHd ”Wa beat Alabama wUhnuTour II ti’wJaUOOSA' Ala Oct 80— Uallaea Wad paid a trlbuto to th Volx "I tak my hat off to MeEvar and Hackmaa and to tho whol Tonneaaa team” said tha Tlda Coach ”Thoae boye ara two as great hacks as I have ever aaea They Justly won a great batllx” times la the eloelug quarter A I ODirUT I Knee Cumberland fullback and I u'ZZn 'mUE SSta TrZ 'I I 10"8ni BBB in rlrn I ' ALBRIGHT 32-0 ' ?hl gamr “ d o mn7ey mi(llEg "n ihi Jean! from tha second quarter about half gone the Tennesseans A A I iti Ba mnA RdiMinaiJi f(5 b bb4 fdotcpp and whch u Wgrg spotted I the AUlmmans their second biggest ahock of the day — irede” ""naaaen' Temple unl-took the bell erroae for th ftrat aaHSlI11 Burh " pon'- I hrn thpJ mlft’hed down the field for their lecond touelv vs rally etar halfbaek won hie thro acorex Boyd want la In I B th brilliant dash 7 rap r ri rriL (down to gain a lS-to-6 lead alma mater'a football vtetory over I tha final quarter and scored thro Loaaor substitute' Yale ceuterl DEAF IlLLVEN I H dklnt aeem pomdhle for the great Alabama team that Albright this afternoon Hansen 4 touchdowns on on a 40 -yard I lotarcaptcd a Brown paaa a few mads four of tho touchdowns I daah off taicklo another on an I minutes later and ran to Drowa'a that brought tho final acorn to 0-yard return of a kick-off and ono-yard lias befora ha waa atoa- - a the third on a plunge thru ccntcr pgd Wilson Yale substlinlx Johnny 8uylta mads tho Sowane made IS first downs georod th touchdown Tha third other touehdowa Seeoad string I from aerftsmaga to Cumhorlaad'a I quarter waa acoralasa hut Ma- I had swamped Ole Mira 27 to 0 and Mias Aggiea 49 to 0 to BEATS GIBBS h trailing tho Vols who had barely nosed out Ole Mira men ataried for Tomplo and ththrcx regular Tempi team wont In lu tha second quarter nanaesi nTiitiAnr scored two mlautea after IMaso-ISlVARTHMORE Tennessee gehnol fnr Pera flashy eleven mowed the Glhhs high school hoys down Friday land ran ap a seoro of 10 to 6 against them The Tola started the drive with McEver ahowing th way on their 28-yard line Hicks punted to Gena and th end quarter bad started and from the on th game was virtually do- UIMC DAI I V elded la tho final quarter Ilia- vVHwJI III IrLaLa I I upper East Tennessee lad fumbled and then recovered on his na Deaf lada plsj ftne foot- ofLygnl lino A Tennessee play went wrong and no ground 11 and their team la 6WttM: t tvjj l- u uut- Ewea Yale'a right end took a paaa from Lamp and raa to Brown'a 8-yard lla aa tha period ended Lamp earrled th ball across on tho first play of tha fourth period Coach Mai Yale aeeoad and Brows blocked — i kick on tho 10-yard line Cora hut won from New Market ru ATT A MOOT A -After IcttlagBucquehaaaamchclawcct and Edwarda rallied the to U Vrfilrkl I nnwurv I the only acora of tho flret half ball over fa three playa fori — m 1VT 7I V Swarthmore rallied la the later Drowa'a second dowc PRINCFTON HASr'' followed IN 7(H) VICTORY Prloda today and crocked IL op 1 1 eight yardx 11 — 1 T tackle I WIN IN LAST 2 MINUTES 47-O V I CT 0 R Y upkmn 10 P18 lh on “ 1 Can’t Oct Xt Ai ra-r w each acme They "" Mlnod Dodd then punted to Hicks tut the ball wag gtevens then aeat the I have made two tripe thla year callml hark and Alalmma waa Penalized for off-aide team Into the game loslag one and winning mix They It was a first down for the Vola and on the net locked aa attempted I tort o Jeflersoa Clip Mi i° MrEver knocked down a half dozen gianti and ran 22 nett play - wu uu wi 22 yarda 11 before lieing brought to earth Horner made a yard and an Incomplete pass Dodd to thru th 'Bams line for the 30-yard lino A psa the elg Acroai McEver failed to gain and Hackman lost a yard It peaenta rnWri niM 1 Bronod Rusquahanna CHATTANOOGA TooBh Oct "" half yjjwa th Held when I nr ijNs SO— Th of Chtllft-I hroko Ioom lo nako Ml loom i MANHATTAN Km Oet 10— nr t’niiMrfwM ini1 v naoga piled up a acora of TO to 0 only touehdowa A rathor colorlera football gam I'RINCKTON N J Oct 80 l k wJLn’l mtinw anvwher verw tot Me todsftatthc Ualveraltyof Loulo I MeWarmld mad two of th I wag gives plenty of punch twa Daiitlng forward passes ssd I " o1" wfrrn t gt'inganvwncre' very last Jio- vUlshsro lodsy Knnaeth Rtrong touehdowaa whlln Raroex Rlaelalr mlautea before the end today 0RR rusg enabled I’riaceloa toEw failed to gain but on the next play luck waa with Ten Mccearia halftmck erocsed th on Atklacou each madconx Me whaa Captain Haraed Hauser of overwhelm lhlgh In Palmer ala neiwee and Alaliama waa off-siile With th ball about ft goal line for alz touchdewax Dlarmld caught a paaa from At tha Uaivardty ef Kaeraa twik dtum today 47 to J yards from the goal Harkman shot a para out to McEror on Coach Thomaa atartod hla aa klaooa sad ra illyard 1 for oaa a abort para re"£3!id lh "n‘l 8n4 black-hcaded acamp aU over the goal lla mn ijpoid tmiH Tk ivbftllltttM I tottchdovt AtitftftOft MniMlf lnlM lost iMtontowt to dtfttllfor PntfflMi oiftimi fOMtwoi hia isaijMqm itoiu xt ua u ! inf adll pomta tetoro to nS teroopted a paaa and sprinted II their old rival ton Xaaaaa Ar leaf runs thro tha Ughtcr Lcblrh mck look 8 J2 ’pSLT M IU cataradto gam -lyarda lor hU tauakdow lgU V U A I team I Ann to rage two neaaoj 1 J ‘ - 1 I r f - Vi4 A XL

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