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19- ates bet F DTA Contests or ree ost-season PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1942 Th 0 w p litie WW J I I V c 11 - i t J! t- t - s --f -- 4 r t 5 Records of Leading College Teams .t (PA.MA v 6 '-" .... .2i SI 7 " ' p-Rocr -W'V- ii v i: ii . i- lo3 A 15 0 (I 0 i o fi 31 : ? S 1 COLUMBIA 49 Ft. Monm.. 0 34 Maine 2 21 Brown 28 6 Army. . . 12 Penn. . . It Cornell. 26 Colgate 9 Navy . 24 . 42 . 13 . .35 . 13 167 171 CORNELL. 20 Latayette.. IS 8 Colgate. ... 1 S Army 2S 0 Fenn Slate o 7 Syracuse.. 12 13 Columbia.. 14 13 Yale 7 21 Dartmouth. 18 114 DARTMOUTH 17 Holy Cross. 6 5S Miami (.O.J 7 19 Colgate .. 27 14 Harvard.... 2 7 Yale 17 14 Wm.AMary 35 19 Princeton . 7 19 Cornell 21 167 122 DUKE 21 Davidson . 0 7 Wake I or.. 20 12 Ga. P. . 26 34 Colgate.. . . u 2s Pitt 0 7 Ga. Tech . 28 42 Maryland . u 13 N. Carolina 13 HARVARD 0 N.Car.P.F. 13 7 Penn 19 7-Wm.t Mary 7 2 Dartmouth 14 0 Army 14 19 Princeton. . 14 7 Michigan ..35 7 Brown 0 49 116 HOLY CROSS 6 DartmouUi 17 0 Duquesne. 25 60 Ft. Totten. . 0 0 Syracuse. . 19 28 N. C. State 0 6 Colgate ... b 14 Brown . . . .20 13 Temple 0 127 87 ILLINOIS 46 S. Dakota. 0 67 Butler 0 20 Minnesota. 13 12 Iowa 7 14 N. Dame ..21 11 Michigan.. 28 14 NorGiw'tern 7 20 Ohio State 4t MISSISSIPPI 39 W Ky Teh. 6 6 Georgetwn 1 4 13 Georgia ...4S 7 L S U 21 6 Arkansas . 7 48 Memphis T. 0 0 Vanderbilt 19 0 Tennewe .14 119 129 MISS. STATS 35 Union .... 2 6 Alabama . . 21 5 Louis St. . .16 33 Vanderbilt. 0 26 Florida ...12 6 Auburn. ... 0 7 Tulane .... 0 2K Duquesne . 6 147 57 207 120 15i So f ,aY. F. 0 s . 6 . . 0 . . .39 S3 v.- I" ..,n--isa ' 15 .15 6 (4 ft 6 tl 107 F vl l .i 'f- P V . " S.jr. 13 AM 12 j-Ark.vr-.s-. 5 2 1. Ttli! iff" -T. C. U. A&M 0 . 7 .2 4 .31 FETHANY r .y-vil . 37 fr-Kir.s. Wes. 0 ,M-r Harv.34 wvjtmiiwtr 13 ;jFa;rrr.-Mit rnLLKGE V- .v :-esn;a " - - p . . 7 r "Navy S - v Ke Foret .--'p.-':?rowri 0 - nvi . . 0 - ' ham . . fi DUQUESNK 26 Waynesourg 0 2? Holy Cross 0 33 Kan. State 0 6 N. Carolina 13 7 Manhattan 10 14 St. Vincent. 0 7 St. Mary's. 7 6 Miss. State. 2S 124 5S FLORIDA 7 Jack. Navy 20 45 Ran. Macon 0 26 Tamoa .. 6 6 Auburn .... 0 3 Villanova.. 13 12 Miss. State 26 u Marlana 13 0 tieorgia ...7.. 0 Miami ... 12 9t ltij FORDHAM 14 Purdue ... 'i 14 Tennessee.. 40 0 N. Carolina 0 23 W. Va 14 7 St.MaryiO . 0 13 La. Mate. .2h 6 Boston C...5S 77 143 GENEVA 26 Carnegie . . 0 26 Wawnesburg u 32 Grove City. 6 26 Westminster 0 0 Youngstwn 20 6 W. A: .1 ... . 0 19 Yngstwn . 31 7 Waynesbg 27 1ND. TEACHRS 7 Lock H'ven.21 14 Slip. Rock. 0 14 Waynosburg 7 0 St. Vincent. 20 0 W. Chester.20 25 Clarion . . 0 33 Manstirld . 0 33 Shippensbrg 7 MISSOURI 31 Ft Rilev... 0 3S St Loui.. . . 7 26 Colorado ..33 Wisconsin . .17 4fi Kan State. 2 45 Iowa State. 6 0 Gt. Lakes.. 17 26 Nebraska. . 6 6 Oklahoma . 6 227 91 126 1 3 INDIANA 53 Butler .... 21 Ohio State 32 12 Nebraska.. 0 19 Pitt 7 13 Iowa 14 6 Iowa Navy.2ii 7 Minnesota.. 0 54 Kan. State. 0 15 79 IOWA 28 Wa. t.Mo. ). 7 27 Nebraska. 0 0 Gt. Lakes 25 33 C- Grant . 16 7 Illinois ... 12 1 4 Indiana ... 13 13 Purdue 7 6 Wisconsin O 7 Minnesota. 27 MORRIS HARVEY 9 W Liberty. 7 7 East Kv... 0 ! Tenn Teh.. 0 34 Bethany . . 0 0 St Vincent. 6 0 Morehead 0 14 Gienville . . 0 6 Marshall . . 0 7J 13 NAVY f) Vn-Mary . 3 35 Virginia . . 0 0 Princeton 10 13 Yale 6 0 Ga Tech... 21 0 Notre Dame a 7 Penn 0 1C Columbia . 9 6S 5 NEBRASKA 0 Iowa ... 27 26 Iowa State, o 1 Indiana . .12 2 Minnesota 1-5 7 Oklahoma . 0 1 1 Kansas. 7 6 Missouri .26 o Pitt 6 133 107 IOWA NAVY 61 Kansas .. . 0 20 Nor'westrn 12 7 Minnesota . 6 26 Michigan. . 14 0 Not. Dame 28 26 Indiana .... 6 13 Fort Knox 7 153 73 KANSAS STATE 64 21 33 46 .19 9 76 51 o Texas 7 Ft. Riley. . 0 Duquesne . 2 Missouri . . 7 Kansas . .. 0 Wichita . . . 0 Oklahoma. 0 Indiana . . 121 S9 NORTH CAROLINA I W Forest . C IS S Carolina. 6 (i Fordnarr. 0 13 Duquesne 6 14 Tuiane ..29 14 N. C. State. 21 43 Davidson ..14 13 Duke 13 121 S3 19 142 t 16 322 "TON U. 1 -.-nfr " a 1 I. " 9 ' 1 racuse - -" Vi.lP1 1 11 A . 1." i.. 6 ::irn 6 Ft fl 57 GEORGETOWN 7 Temple . o 14 Missisipt. . b 9 Manhattan. 7 6 Auburn . . 6 O Detroit . 6 0 Boston Col 4 7 7 N. C. Navy 23 2 N. C. ta;e.-' J 71 115 GfiO. W A S H I N G TO N 0 4V. Maryind O 27 Richmond . 0 2 Citadel . . 14 0 Kurrrcan ... 6 6 vv. & Mary. 61 6 Kentucky.. 27 7 Ciemson . . 0 o Wake For. 20 KENTUCKY 6 Georgia 35 Xavier . 1 53 Wasii.-Lee S Vanilernilt . 21 V. P. I. .2 0 Alabama I 27 Geo. Wash 7 Ga. Tech. 4 0 W. Virginia 155 12S LA FAYETTE 65 12S 16 Cornt ii 0 Army 7 Ft. Mon. . 0 Brown 19 Virginia . 7 B'jckne'.l. . 19 Rutgers . 0 Lakehurst. 6 20 14 3 .13 13 13 It 97 N C. NAVY 13 Harvard . . 0 14 Ga Navy.. 14 19 N C State. " 6 Boston C. 7 31 Temple ... 0 9 Syracuse. . . 0 23 Georgetown. 7 17 Manhattan. 0 1C5 35 NORTHWESTERN 12 Iowa Navy 20 3 Texas . . 0 6 Purdue . . 7 16 Michigan 3i 6 Ohio State 20 7 Minnesota 19 7 Illinois ... 14 li Wisconsin .20 76 134 NOTRE DAME 7 -Wisconsin 7 6 Ga Tech. . .13 27 Stanford . . 0 24 Iowa P F. . n 21- 13- 131 -Illinois -Navy . . -Army . . . -Michigan .14 o . o .32 6 t P vet o 21 101 1 1 :- v 1 J'n-v' . O O.ra 7 -" C, U A 21 -g-.CR. 6 -;- C f .21 -v.- 5- . 0 GEORGI A 7 Ker.tuckv . . 6 14 Jacks. Navy o 40 Fiirman ... 7 45 Mississippi 13 40 Tu'.ane ... 0 35 Cincinnati 13 21 Alabama . 10 75 Florida t) 40 Chattan'oga o 32" 43 ! GEORGIA NAVY j 14 Penn 6 I It N. C. Navy 1 4 j 26 Duke -12 j 26 Pensacola o , o L. S. I" 34 ; 20 Jacksonville 6 i 41 Auburn .14 ; 7 Tuisne . . . . 0 LEHIGH 1 6 Yale S3 i 3 Penn State 19 i 13 P. M C. . 0 j 2S Rutgers . . 10 i 51 Hampton-S 6 ' 7 Dickioson . 0 i 10S 5 j LOUISIANA STATE! 40 La Normsi 0 j 16 Tex A&M 7 j 14 Rice 27 j 16 Mis.'. State f I 21 Mississippi 7 34 Ga. Navy i j n lennossee , 26 Fordham . 13 i 7 Auburn ... 25 ; OHIO STATE 59 Ft. Knox. . 0 32 Indiara. . 21 2S So. Calif. 12 26 Furdue ... 0 ; 20 Nor'western 6 1 7 Wisconsin. 17 I 50 Pitt 19 j 14 Illinois . 20 i 275 95 OKLAHOMA o Ckla A&M n 0 Tulsa 23 O Texas 7 ; 25 Kansas . o ', 0 Nebraska. . 7 ( 1 4 Iowa State o 76 Kansas St o j 6 M.ssi-.iri .. 5 PITTSBURGH 7 Minnesota. 50 20 So. Method. 7 6 GL Lakes.. 7 7 Indiana... 19 0 Duke 2S 19 Carnegie... 8 19 Ohio State. 59 6 Nebraska. 0 84 176 PRINCETON 20 Lakehurst. . 8 7 Williams . 19 10 Navy o 6 Penn 6 32 Brown . . 15 14 Harvard . . .19 7 Dartmouth. ls 6 Yale 13 102 97 PURDUE 7 Fordham . 14 0 Vanderbilt. 26 Nor western s 0 Ohio State 26 0 Wisconsin. 13 7 Iowa 13 0 Gt. Lakes . 42 6 Mich. State 19 27 159 RICE IS CorpusChr. . 7 27 Louis. SL 14 7 Tulane 18 7 Texas ... 12 19 Texas Tech. 7 40 Arkansas... 9 0 Texas A&M 0 118 67 ST. MARY'S (Cal.) 0 California . 6 20 Nevada .... 6 27 S. Francisco 0 13 Loyola (LA) 0 0 Fordham . 7 7 Duquesne 7 7 S. Clara . 20 74 46 ST. VINCENT 25 Canisius . . 0 19 Youngstwn 7 35 Ft. Hamil. . 0 20 Indiana Tch 0 6 Morris-Har. 0 O Duquesne ..It 12 Waynesburg o 32 Scranton . 6 119 27 SANTA CLARA 12 Utah 0 14 Stanford 6 7 California . 6 7 Orogon St. f 6 U.C.L.A.. 14 S S Francisco 6 21 Loyola. La 0 20 St. Mary's. 7 95, 39 SLIPPERY ROCK 10 Westminster 0 0 Indiana T. 14 0 Lk. Haven 19 13 Shippnsbg. . 6 13 Grove City . 0 26 Edinboro . . 0 62 39 SO. CALIFORNIA 13 Tulane ... 27 0 Washington 0 12 Ohio State 2S 26 Wash. St. 12 6 Stanford . . 14 21 California 7 40 Oregon . . 0 lis ss SOUTH CAROLINA ii Tenessee . ) 6 N Carolina is 0 W Virginia 13 i Ciemson. . IS 14 The Citadel 0 0 Alabama 29 0 Furman . . 6 26 R4 S. METHODIST 26 N.Td.Tchr. 7 7 Pi it 20 6 H. -Simmon. 7 6 Temple ... fi 21 C. Christ! N. 6 i 7 Texas 21 20 Tex. A. AM. 27 3 4 Arkansas. . 6 107 1C0 STANFORD 0 Wash. State 6 6 SantaCiara 14 0 Not. Dame 27 5 4 Idaho . 0 14 So. Calif.. . 6 7 U. C. L. A.. 20 20 Washington 7 49 Oregon St. 13 93 TEX. CHRISTIAN 7 U. C. L. A. 6 13 Arkansas. . 6 41 Kansas ... 6 7 Tex. AM . 2 21 Penacoia. . 0 7 Baylor ....10 6 Texas Tech. 13 13 Texas He Thinks He's Through With Them 113 TULANE 27 So. Cal. . 13 Auti'ifn IS Rice 0 Georgia. . . 29 N.Carolina 14 2S Vanderbilt 21 O Miss State 0 Ga. Navy.. 7 IIS 136 TULS A S 4 Waco P. F. 0 23 Oklahoma . 0 40 Wash . Mo. 0 40 Drake ... 0 34 Okla. A AM 6 24 Baylor .... 0 245 U. C. L. A. 6 Tex. Christ. 7 7 St.MaryPF IS 30 Oregon St. . 7 21 California.. 0 14 Santa Clara 6 20 Stanford. ... 7 7 Oregon . . .14 105 59 VANDERBILT 52 Tenn. Tech 0 26 Purdue 0 7 Kentucky. 6 0 Miss. State 33 66 Centre . . . . 0 21 Tulane . . . .2 19 Mississippi . 0 191 67 WASHINGTON 27 Pacific 0 S3. Cal . . 1 5 Oregon 35 Montana 6 California . 13 Oregon St 7 Stanford 4'. Cal. Navy 151 6S WASH. STATE i 6 Stanford . 0 j 7 Oregon . . 0 ! . 6S Montana .16 I l- da i. . .21 26 Ore. State 13 25 Mich. St. .13 7 Idaho 0 John La fining, big righthander of the Pirates, soon is to enter officers' training and he's not just hanging- up his spiked shoes and gloves he's tossing them into the waste basket. Lanning was prevented from joining Gene Tunney's physical fitness outfit because of hay fever, but the army took him, and took him quick. He passed both mental and physical examinations at ('amp Croft and is expecting to be called up about December !). When the war is over, John hopes to make a connection with some major league club as coach, 4r with some minor league club as manager. H figures his pitching- days are over. rpMM)MIIIIMIIIIIlB!lqppqMHPIIM 1 V " v XX I , ;::'.-" "" . . Anv. :' . ' because of hay feer, but the I f v s v . 5a army took him, and took him I v v I :: -v:-;;v-?:-:vJ.; 5ss::k quick. He parsed both mental t i I rfs" , - 13 and physical examinations at I 'I oJf V 2t Camp Croft and is expecting to I vt" T" v s 40 te called up about December !). -N -ar' J1 .s s s When the war is over, John j'-' ? 1 hopes to make a conne-tion V V -J with some major league club as - y. coach, or with some minor ; . " jr - "" league club as manager. He. fig- f .1 ures his pit-hing davs are over. x f " : . I fS$ffK ; -1,5 d-iv r--imi: ...tk l Mj. B Class A and Games Scheduled For Saturday Leetsdale-Bridgeville to Battle On Langley Field; New Castle-Aliquippa, Dormoiit-Hurst Locales Unsettled Details on gridiron playoffs for the Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League championships were set definitely for one division and tentatively for the other two divisions at a meeting of the football committee and interested school officials in the Fort Pitt Hotel last niczht. Leetsdale and Bridgevilie will 151 65 I 17 111 121 50 MS S6 GEORGIA TECH 1" Aubusn ... 0 13 Notre Pame 30 Chattan'ga 12 3ij Pavidson. .. 0 2V Navy P 2i Pike 7 47 Kentucky 7 Alabama 0 MANHATTAN I 27 Munlenberg 7 j 7 Oeorpetown 9 7 Detroit ... 21 ! 1 it Duquesne 0 Villanova 32 12 Marquette 1 5 N. C- Navy 17 7 I OREGON 9j:t. Mary C 11 0 Wash. State 7 7 Washingtn 15 ; 2 Idao 0 i 7 California 20 14 U. C. U A 1 r So. Cal .... 4'1 T. ir it 24 ' V .. 1 4 59 "re t - fi -j-. 1M ;4 13 .'5 S 104 O. 3"i 'y 3S r . 2 fi i 1S9 32 j nt.ENVILLE i 7 Potomac . . 0 j 37 Feifianv 0 j 13 W. Liberty 2i j 12 W. V Tech 6 j 2.5 Fairmont H ; 0 Mor. Harv.14 "94 ; GREAT LAKES j tl Michigan . 9 i 25 Iowa U j 7 Pitt 6 ! 7 Wisconsin. 13 0 M:ch State. 14 17 Missouri . 0 4 2 Purdue . . . O 33 Camp Grant 0 24 Marquette.. 0 175 2 GROVE CITY 6 Hiram .... 7 6 Geneva 32 Csmetie 19 13 Alies'.ieny t 0 Shppry Kk 13 14 Weftm'ster 2 j 12 Ciancn .. 2 63 10 M A RQl'ETTE 1 4 Kansii? . . . 7 Wisconsin. 3' I S4 Iowa State 12 j 2 Mich. State 7 39 Ar-zona 0 : 10 Detroit o 27 M-.nh.-ttan 12 . o Gt. Lakes 24 lo9 90 I MICHIGAN I Great I-&kf! j 2 Mich. State O ; 14 Iowa Navy 2fi j 34 Northwftn. IS ' 14 Minnesota IS ! 2S Illinois 35 Harvard 32 Notre Dme 20 OREGON 32 Idaho 13 California 7 U C- L.A STATE 0 S 30 1i I 0 Santa Clara 7 13 Wash. St. 25 0 WafhitiEton 13 3:5 Montana o 13 Stanford . .40 111 PENNSYLVANIA 6 Geor.P.F. 14 19 Harvard. .7 3j Yale fi Princeton 42 Columbia 1? Army. . . 150 SYRACCSE fts Clarkt-on f 25 Boston L". i 13 W. Reserve 0 l'.l Holy Cross o 1 12 Cornell . . 7 j tl N. C. Navy 9 13 Penn State 1 0 Colgate . . 14 14'J 54 TEMPLE n Georgetown 7 7 V. M. I . . fi 7 Bucknell . . 7 fi S. M. V... fi 0 N. C. Navy. 34 7 Mich. Stare 7 0 Boston Coll 21 0 Holy Cross 13 27 101 TENNESSEE 0 S. Carolina O 40 Fordham . 14 34 Dayton ... fi 0 Alabama . 52 Furman . . 7 26 La. State . n 34 Cincinnati !2 14 Mississippi 0 W. A J. 31 Bethany .. 0 Rochester 3-J 13 Buhaio ... 7 6 Dickinson .14 25 Hobart . . u 0 Geneva .... 6 0 Muskingum 21 0 Davidson . 2 75 86 WAYNESBURG-0 Duquesne .2ri 0 Geneva . 26 7 Indiana T.14 24 W. Libert v. 13 (V W. Va. . 2.-0 St. Vincent. 12 27 Geneva ... 7 5 12;. WEST LIBERTY 7 Mor Harvev 9 24 Potomac St O 20 Glenviiie .13 13 VVaynesbg .24 20 Fairmont . lo 25 Wright Fieid 6 fi E. Ky. St 7 4o -Fairmont . fi 106 63 WESTMINSTER 20 Edinboro T. 0 0 Slippery R.lrt 0 Carnegie . .2" 0 Hiram .... 0 I) Geneva . 2fi 13 Eethany 7 0 Juniata . .2S 2S Grove City. 14 lh But. Cubs. 13 7 12 4 WEST VIRGINIA 21 Wash-Lfe . 7 0 Boston C 33 13 Carolina 1 14 Fordham . 2J 27 Wayr.eshurg o 24 Fenn State 0 7 Ken'uckv . ft Sidelights On Sports By Al Abrams John Woudenberg:. giant Steeler tackle, is often mistaken for Billy Conn. . . . Lieutenant Colonel Bernie Bier-man, former M i n nesota coach, and present mentor of the Iowa Pre-Flight eleven, is in favor 01 chang; ing the football rule of 60 minutes of play to a game to 40 plas a quarter, or 160 to a contest. Iiernie Biermaii I'M 63 WISCONSIN 7 Cp. Grant 7 N. Dame . 7 35 Marquette . 7 17 Missouri . . 9 13 Grt. Lake. 7 13 Purdue ... 0 17 Ohio State 7 0 Iowa . ... fi 2'1 Nrthwstrn 19 129 62 ...This, he believes, will eliminate stalling by a team holding- a lead.! . . . The game would be over after 160 plays are reeled off. . . . Boston College prefers the Sugar Bowl assignment, should anv bowl invi tations come its way. . . . And how about that story printed last week that if the Boston College boys could beat Fordham by 50 points, they would. . . . The score was 56 to 6! . . . The Ehvood City Dapper Dan Club is planning its first gala affair on December 11, with a dance on the program to provide funds for the needy in that city. . . . Bill Alexander of Georgia Tech and Andy Kerr of Colgate, could not make the regular teams when they were playing football. . . . Jack McCarty's press party tomorrow night will include severs! sports celebrities. . . . Add city sports scenes: Max (Chub.) Smith losing bets to Mrs. Smith at the Steelers-Fort Knox game last Sunday at the Stadium. ... Conn, Johnny Ray has turned ribber on the telephone. The guy's really good with, his various interpretations of accents, and can fool anyone the first time he is heard. . . . The Cincinnati Reds will sign Gabby Hartnett as coach according to inside dope. . . . Lulu Cos-tantinO, the class featherweight, who meets Sergeant Mike Raffa at the Gardens on December 1. has a record of 67 victories in 70 bouts. . . . Harry Rosenthal tells the story about the screwball boxer who was advised by his lawyer to save $5,000 a year for the next 10 years, and if a depression would hit. the lad would be sitting on top of the world with $50,000 in the bank. . . . The athlete thought the advice was good, until he began thinking it over, and he finally told his lawyer: Alii right. I got S50.000 at the end of io years in 1P52. So sup-posin' we don't have a depression? I stuck with the $50.000 .'" .... Hiili School Athletics To Be Continued PIAA To Conduct Bakethall Tourney, Step Up Other Sports HARRISBURG. Nov. 16. UP The Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association today adopted a "keep 'em playing" slogan to co-operate with the nation's armed forces in promoting the physical development of 'teen age youth. The group's board of control, at its annual fall meeting, determined to step up its athletic program in an effort to get a larger number of i will be the likely locale, but should clash at Langley Field th;s Sat urday, November 21. at 2 o'clock for the Class B championship. Leetsdale finished a hair's breadth ahead of Bridgeville in the point- standing with 129 1-6 markers to 129. Dormont to Tlay Hurt The Class A championship will be decided in a playoff game between Dormont and Hurst of Mt. Pleasant, also on Saturday. November 21, at either Jeannette or Clairton. The former place is almost certain, but the full consent had not yet been received last night. The two teams were the only ones in their class to finish undefeated, Dormont showing 131 2-3 points to Hurst's 120 5-6. New Castle and Aliquippa will decide the Class A A crown when they meet on either Thanksgiving Day. November 26, or Saturday, November 28. The Pitt Stadium Kibitzing Sets Up Score Dixon Wins Harrier Grind New York Runner Score? Easy Victory NEW YORK. Nov. 16. JP Frank Dixon, a smooth-striding colored freshman at New York University; took up where Leslie MacMitchell left off by winning the thirty-fourth intercollegiate AAAA cross-country championship at Van Cortlandt Park today. MacMitchell. now an ensign in the navy, had won the individual crown for NYU three years in succession. Dixon took the lead at the start, and finished about 100 yards ahead of Leroy Schwarzkopf of Yale. Dixon's time of 27 minutes. 8 410 r?conds for the hilly five mile course, wasn't particularly fast. Jerry M. rage, the first man from Michigan State to finish, was twentieth in 29:04. Rtiode Islsnd made the low rore of 55 I points. Penn State' team was econd with 79 po nts. foll-wed by NYU. S3: Manhattan. 135: Yale. 150: Michiean State. 16S: Maine. 211: Fordham. 229: Cornell. 252: and New Hampshire. 26P. In all. 133 runners from 25 co".ees started the varsity race and 20 schools figured in the team sconr.e. high school students into more ac tivities and to "keep athletics in today's picture" despite the handicaps resulting from war restrictions. In line with this policy, the board decided to conduct its annual championship basketball tournament and said it would make every effort to continue wrestling, swimming, gymnastics and other minor sports competition on a state-wide basis as in the past. Pass on Four Amendments The board passed upon four amendments, which will be submitted to member schools for approval before being adopted. They are: 1. To add the executive secretary of the Pennsylvania State School Directors' Association as an advisor on the PIAA board of control (pending additional approval by the school directors' group ) . 2. Repeal of the eight-semester rule and the enactment of another stating that a pupil shall not be eligible if he fails to attain promotion from the highest grade in school and is repeating that grade. 3. Prohibition of Sunday interscholastic games. (Continued from Preceding Page) taurant last week and as a result it not be obtained the game will be played in the Beaver-Shenango district. New Castle paced the seven undefeated teams in Class AA with 133 points, while Aliquippa finished second with 130 markers. No Protests Heard Unlike other years, the meeting was not marked by protests on the results of the point system or on player eligibility. But considerable time was expended on the choice of fields and price of tickets. The YVPIAL grid committee recommended that the league refrain from all activity on Sundays. This was a protest against the playing of Sabbath games by some teams in the eastern part of the PIAA setup. AI.I.fX.HFNY-FIKTH PLAY TIF Ail?uen and Fifth Averue jia'-ed of tner po?tpcr,ed Citv Senior Hisn League foot call ame at Mor.umnt H.ii yesterday, ar.d h' gam.1 ended :n e. scorp.c?. tie. Allegheny lo?t the ball four f.rr.'-, three vl them on fumble.-. m ifle the Fip.a 10-yard stripe. The other time te half ended with the pigk:n inch's from the goal. The home team made 33 first downs to Fifth's three. ALLEGHENY 0. FIFTH AVE. "1. N. Lamprinakos . . L. E Home Whips Norman 33- 1S6 99 MINNESOTA 50 Pitt ' glowa Navy 7 13 Illinois. . 20 j 15 Nebraska 2 i 16 Michigan . 1 j 19 Northwe-stn. 7 0 Indiana . 7 1 27 Iowa 7 S 6 12 0 .... 7 7 Penn State. 13 131 55 PENN STATE 14 Bucknell 7 19 Lehigh. . . 3 0 Cornell . . 0 13 Colgate . 10 0 W. VirKima :! 15 Syracuse 13 13 Penn 7 57 1M j 14S I S4 201 47 . TEXAS M 7 La. State. !S i 19 Texa? Tech n i 7 Corpus Chr IS ' 2 T. C. V... 7 j 0 Baylor .... 6 ! 41 Arkansas... 0 27 S. M. U. . 20 I 0 Rice 0 TALK -Lehish . . o Pinn ... . n Navy 1 7 Dartmouth 27 Brown 7 Cornell . . 13 Princeton 103 TEXAS 40 CorpusCh.N Si Kansas St 0 Nor' western 7 Oklahoma . 47 Arkansas . 12 Rice 21 S. M. t?.. .. 2-1 Bavlor 7 T. C. V. . . 21S 109 V I LI .A.NOV A 13 Man. C. G 2d 13 Florida . . 3 fi Auburn . . 14 32 Manhattan. 0 32 Iowa State 7 0 Detroit ... 9 9 53 TOUNGSTOWN 14 S. Dak. S . 0 7 W Reserve 21 7 St Vincent. 19 40 West. Ky . b 20 Geneva . 0 35 I.. Wresleyan r 31 Geneva . 19 3!) Toledo . . . !2 1P3 S3 $tnv Away From Columbus U You're After Comfort (,,U MRUS. O.. Nov. 16 CP fi..,. "i hae a heart that can and t,u minute of thrill-packed "n, trv to get a seat for the '-tfhizan-Ohin Stat foot hall rrne h.-r :....j,.. championship, national ad :h attraction doesn't need pron.-r.r to bill is as a deluxe r,!-. , v. ravapanza. It's a nat-"al- T iparative performances 'a' A'loolutely nothing hc-fn ' '" rivals of nearly a 1 ' 1 TV. ' M.tte closed its general vii,.. n.day with a throng ' ' -T more assured five V S ' r the kickofT. But atnc- h.f,.-,. i i , iriuru rms ia to Michigan and Ohio. tm,ii,.n and a half persons .Ua,'h1 their 23 games "j" uhpp Michigan and Ohio I nit there's a thrill-a-mlii- ute ticket riding on evry run. pass or kick. Last year they bruised each other for B0 minutes to end in a 20-all deadlock. Salica. Ortiz Fijjht for Title NEW YORK, Nov. 16. (UP) Lou Salica, New York champion, j has signed to fight Manuel uruz; of Los Angeles. NBA champion, m , Mexico Citv January 1 for undis- j mited possession of the bantam-. ESSt title, Salica's Manager' n-iiii k-otrhnm announced todaj., j.ft,i Sahca in Los ( Anele two months ago but the bout was over the 12-round route. instead of 15 'unsema"edtn; N'ew York title fights, and the commission here refused to recognize him as champion. The BA said, however, that he was the new champion. Coach Trusteei Meet ATHENS. Ga , Nov. lB.-i.f-Ufii-tenant-Commander Madison i Matty i B.-ii. president i the American Football Coaches" Association, said today officers. tiustees. committee chairmen and former presidents of th organization would meet in Philadelphia November 25 in a streamlined war-time meetine replacing the ijstial December convention. Bin Mike CoiVt Crash Box Score NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 16. .T Big Mike Krober played three years of football at Tulane without ever getting into the stadium in uniform. The former all-state schoolboy center of Beaver Dam, Wis., scrimmaged against Tulane's first string three years, but always spent his Saturdays in the press box as a "spotter." Krober admittedly joined the Georgia Pre-Flight team to "play just once" in Tulane's big stadium. Saturday, when the Tre-FTighter came here he sat the game out on the bench. lust to prove his versatility as an athlete, Andy Gaspar. former loral ffolf pro. now a private first class at the Herbert Smart Airport at Macon. Georgia, not only shot a par round of 73 the other day. but pitches on the Softball team, plays halfback on the football team and won his first bout on the boxing team! . . . Eddie Silverman, 12-year-old sports enthusiast from Johnstown, was in to see the Titt-Nebraska game last Saturday. . . . Columbia scored 6fi points in its last two games with Colgate University, yet lost both contests! . . . Thousands of sports people who knew Sammy of the famous Steak House on the Hill will be interested to know he will be wearing a uniform of Uncle Sam soon. . . . Ed McKeever, Notre Dame's assistant grid coach, has turned down eight offers for head coaching jobs. . . . To II. K. B., Ford City, Pa.: Carnegie Tech won that game by a score of 20 to 10: Pitt scored first on Stebbins' long run. . . . To Reader, Aliquippa: Vou can reach Apples Meyers at the Seventh Avenue Hotel and Jake Mintz at the Fort Titt Hotel. ... To John Barr. East Pittsburgh: Write Ralph Gardner, care of New Castle High School, New Castle. Pa. ... To Three Fans, North Braddock: Fritzie Zivic won the decision from Sammy Angott in their Forbes Field fight: you have Zivic's fight with Milt Aron in mind. . . . The Dapper Dolly Club enters the names of Rita Left and Blanche Miller, while the Dapper Dans welcome as new members John P. McClelland. Charles A. Cptesrraff and Alfred N. Riddle, Jr. . . . NEW YOF.K. Nov. 16. (.p Georfte "Sonny! Horne. a midd'eweiEht from Niles. O.. took a six-round decision from a box Of Stogies is heading SOUth iPhil Norman of Detroit in the feature from Holahan to the Sheriff and a at pt- Nicholas Arena tnicht. Home . , , . weiched 1?5 and Norman 14Ci. bushel of pecans is coming north, - from the sheriff to Holahan. Sports fans can spot a lineman who intercepts a forward pass in football the moment he starts run-i ing just as they can identify aj pitcher in baseball the moment' the hurler steps up to the plate. j . . . However, Hubbard Law, thej Steeler guard, didn't waddle around! when he nabbed a Fort Knox passi last Sunday but there's a reason.) . . . . The big redhead from Samj Houston Teachers was a college j fullback and was picked as Num-I ber 15 in last year's draft by the I Steelers who planned to use him! as a blocking back. . . . He rani in the right halfback position in early drills at Hershey but when Johnny Binotto was secured from Cleveland Coach Walter Kiesling shifted the Texan to a guard. . . . He got off to a slow start but he is one of the best recruits in the circuit at the present moment. Makes Birdie With a Putter CHF.STERTOWN. Md.. Nov. lfi (.T Some people get birdies and eagles on a golf course, but Jimmy Kirhy got a duck. Kirhy was getting set for a putt at the Chester River Country Club course when he noticed a low-flying duck. He let fly with his putter, and knocked the bird down. Give Board More Tower 4. To give the board of control power for the war's duration and six months after to liberalize the interpretation of eligibility rules to schools and contestants where necessarv. (This would affect came contracts, coaching; rules, and territorial laws weak- j ened because of housing condi-j tions and transportation difficul-t ties ). Four schools were given PIAA membership. They are Turbotville, Lycoming county; Meyersdale Junior Hieh School. Somerset (county; South Hills High School, I Pittsburgh, and Mehoopany, Wy-j oming county. i C. L. Walsh, of Pittsburgh, Dis-; trict S, was elected vice president i of the board to replace William C. j Evans, of Braddock, who resigned i to accept a captain's commission ;in the army. Dr. Robert Broyles. j of Washington, was named to suc-! ceed Evans as chairman of Dis- trict 7 and a member of the board i of control. Wken; Martin Gonano Schiieden Schmidt Eber P. Byrnes Kirmeyer Wasco G. Lamprinakos . -L. T . . R G . R T . RE. Q B. L H R H F B. Bcr:s . . . . Brscci . Co?t nzo Diodatu . . . Kniak Wasserrr.an .... Cohen .... Gasior . . Beloncis . . Talenco Geramra (Advertisement) been ill. sat in the stands at Eb-bets Field last Sunday and used a phone connection to Assistant Coach John Kellison on the players' bench to direct plays. . . . Bert Munhall. the Carnegie Tech pitchers, joined the navy today as a second class seaman and was sworn in to becm duty Dcombfr 1. Warner, who won 14 games and lost 11 last season, had his best vea r in 1941 when he won 12 trainer, did the first aid work forsames and lost eight. He married his P.-iacb Tar-l, (f.rpacvl Voals of th.o Vort T-'rnv cnnoH in tlioir cto. home town sweetheart. Elynor Becker of ti. nun.j.i.i.:. t.i- i ' J; Readme. Fa., two weeks aso. me x iiiiciuf lpiiia. xi,a;if, siiu liasiaiura appearance last sunaay. Redsox Pitcher Enlist SPECIALISTS PREVENT BALDNESS BOSTON. Nov. lfi. ijpi- laj-lie Was .1 Stars Serving Uncle Sam t7 By Jack Sell Andy Kerr. Colgate coach, has ! legally adopted Jack Clifford, his j star freshman back. Clifford ir an orphan. . . . Vincent Sacco. former Duquesne University star and brother of the well-known Oak- jland barber, is with Uncle Sam's j fighting forces. . . . Paul Komar. j young McKeesport heavyweight. ! is considered a great attraction at ! Washington, where he has w on three straight fights. The good-t looking Kcmar is looked upon as a real comer by fight experts. . . . I With little to worry about con-jcerning future fig-hta for Billy "4 ""; 1 1 NSaif Li Lieutenant (JG) John P. Cagni, coach of the Central Catholic High school football team during the season just ended, will report to Dartmouth College next Monday for training preparatory to assuming a post in the physical fitness program at navy pre-fiight training schools. . . . Cagni attended Potomac State Junior College and graduated from Duquesne University. . . . He was assistant football and basketball coach of Central Catholic for eight years and advanced to the head job when Rill Donohoe joined the armed forces this year. . . . Two brothers, Roland (Babe) Cagni who is in England and Ray Cag;ni who is in the army air corps at Lubbock. Tex., preceded him into the service of Uncle Sam. Private Frankie Kovaes, the "magnificent screwball"' of tennis who was runner-up for national singles honors in 1P40-'41 and appeared in The Gardens here last winter as a professional, is now. of all things, the ping: pong champion at Camp Roberts, Cal. Roy Reigels, who ran the wrong way in the Rose Bowl many years ago. is serving as coach cf the McClellan Field. Cal.,! eleven. . . . Morris (Red) Badgro, the end coach of Columbia University, doesn't expect to be back next season. . . . Married but with no other dependents, he has applied for commissions in both the army and navy. ... A graduate of Southern California University, Badgro played the outfield for the St. Louis Browns and also was tn pro football with the New York Giants and Brooklyn Dodgers before starting his coaching career. Lieut. J. P. Cagni Additional Sports on Page 22 DIE BROOKS! PRIVATE STOCK XXXXX I 4 $2 I. - -K ' : "4 r -3 or tyk&fNow Zoo ff f V '' YEASS ' '''H !ff OR MORE fx"' J OLD A BLEND STRAIGHT WHISKIES It retain Hi tmm Itk quality ( 52 yean a. TkH n M PREMIUM Wttnkcr t (wselar pnc. SOLD AT ALL STATE STORES FOiCANTEt GALLON J o OtCAHTW I AS Pncn lacUa Tm llnZZTT' SUH-fcATW and fernowl STTtrrJ : AT ALL STATE STOHT.S tmkuM Bartsnf Pr4sKi (rff4 fee r. "If you are losing your hair or have an annoying scalp disorder, you can be helped," says John E. (Warner, noted scalp specialist. "By correcting and eliminating the cause of your trouble, we can in most cases prevent baldness anJ give you a normal, healthy scalp. Our services are NOT offered to those completely bald (except cases of alopecia areata) because hair once lost cannot be re-grown. Don't let baldness come to you since scientific Warner treatment and proper care afterward can prevent it in most cases." There is no charge or obligation for a private scalp examination and consultation. Fees for treatment ate very moderate and are payable as the treatments are taken not in advance. Hears: Mon., Wed. & Fxi.. 11 a. m. to 9 p. m. Tues., Thurs. Sat.. 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. The Warner offices are located at Suite 602 Park Building, corner of Fifth and Smithfield, across the street from Frank and Seder's. Telephone Atlantic 2392. THERE IS A SEPARATE DEPARTMENT FCR WOMEN John E. 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