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Tulmte Accepts Bid tor New Year's
7. AL..C. ctf
Tli OREGON TATESIANr Salea,
HES !OUT Wl
Fifteen Thousand on Hand
For Charity Contest;
Staters at Best
HEIR TO WORLD FISTIC GROWN 1
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By FRANK (3. GORRIE
j MULTNOMAH STADIUM. Port,
land. Ore. Dec 6 IAP) Char
ity and Oregon State college were
victorious today when, the Pacific
Coast conference Bearer! whipped
the University of Utah, Rocky
Mountain conference champions.
IX to , la aa lnteceectional bat
tle on tola mud-covered field,.
'Approximately 15,000 fans paid
one dollar each to witness the
two powerful eleven wallow
around In three Inches of slippery,
gammy clay. The proceeds of the
contest win go to charity.
Victory went to O. S. Ot early J
la the third period when the B oar
ers pat on their "skid-chains" and
steam-rolled the ball over the
Utah goal line.
Oregon State marched from its
45 yard line to the Utes 7 yard
line only to be momentarily stop-'
ped when Carlston, Indian end,
knocked down Blancone'a pass as
the ball left his hand.
Christensea panted and Bian
cone ran the ball back to Utah's
21 yard line. Gastafson and Bian
cone hammered off yards and
Rust added T more throngh right
tackle for a first down on the 10
Ball For Score
Biancone lost a yard and then
the Indians became orer anxloas
and were penalized 5 yards for an
off-side. Rust plunged through
right tackle to the one foot Une
and Biancone squeeze inroogn
center and right guard for a
touchdown. Rust's place kick for
the extra point was low.
Late In the fourth, period,
Christensen's pnnt was partially
blocked and Oregon State took the
ball on Utah's 38-yard Une. Two
aolck first downs with Head and
Ramponl carrying the ball pushed
the Utes back to their 18-yard
Une. Head cracked center for 3
yards and then squirmed through
right tackle to the one foot line.
Rampeni was stopped cold on the
first buck but Head followed with
a bolt through left tackle for the
second touchdown. Ward's at
tempt to place Wck the extra
point went wild.
The Rocky Mountain champions
carried the battle to the Bearers
In the first two periods hut were
an able to reach the goal.
The Indians charged to O. 8.
C-'s 80 ynrd line in the first three
tain utes of play, aided by an 18
yard pass, Tedesco to Clark, but
were held on downs.
Bearers oa Defease
Entire First Half
t minutes later they
anarched down to the 1 yard line
only to hare Davis, nearer u,
throw Tedesco for a 1 yard loss
h attemoted to pass. Oregon
State carried the ball only three
times In the first penoa. rewruug
to punts the. rest of the time.
Tt, wr.tnrr was the sixth Inter
actional win for Oregon State
since 1926. the Bearers hare a.
aix year undefeated intersections!
mH fcavlnr defeated Mar-
uette,' New Tork Unirersity, De
troit, West Virginia, Colorado and
rrt.h tlAif namesde Tech.
i ntah's second loss this
season to a Pacific Coast confer
ence eleven, the Indians haring
bowed . before the University of
Washington at Seattle, 7 to . last
Utah had been made a slight fa
vorite before the game today be
cause of Its undefeated record at
r.nm hat the mud played havoc
with the Utes' tricky plays. Ore-
f oa State, a big. ruggea onw
elt right at home in the muck
and used Its porrer to conquer.
Staters Lead la
Oregon State made 12 first
Sowna compared with ? for Utah.
The Beavers piled np 16 yarn
from nertoniaaga wnne me iauwus
falne 191. . .
Nine passes were attempted oy
the winners and two were com
pleted for 2 yards. The Utes tried
23. and completed 7 for a total
of 81 yards. The Beavers inter
cepted ftTe and Utah two.
The lineup and summary:
tjtafe O. S. C
Carlftoa 4LE. . . . K. Davis
Johnson LT Miller
Larsen LO. . Bergerson
McDonald C... Hammer
Croft '.RG Cox
Walling ET. Schwammel
Clark . RE Curtln
Tedesco ........ Q Biancone
Rlchin IH Boat
Chrlstensen . . . . RH Moe
Beckstead F Little
Score by periods:
TJUh 9 0 6 0
O. 8. C. 6 1
O. 8. C scoring: touchdowns.
Biancone, Head (sub for Rnst.
Officials: referee. Bobby Mor
ris, Seattle; umpire. Homer War
ner, Salt Lake; head linesman,
Mike Moran. Portland; field
Judge, Tom Shea, Portland.
WASHINGTON. Dee. S (AP)
California,. Oregon and Idaho
plums alone are affected by the
n if British tariff an "luxary"
frnlts Teg tables- and flowers.
: Last 'year the United States ex
; ported 4.000,aot pounds of plnms
; -known to the trade as fresh
7- t ,
x 7 r . .
u .-:-y 77 y
Roll Over Washington for
44-7 Score, Sweeping
Greejit Wave Keeps Record
Intact, Cougars Provide
Best Opposition; 28-14
LOS ANfifiLES, Dec 6AP) Tulane univ-firsitr and-' - llv
th University of Southern California wffl meet in the Eugene Hoopers Will
Come Wednesday; Close
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First piiotograph of the infant son of Mr. and Mm. CSeoe Tnnney. Tele
phote front toe east.
Twenty-one Salem Gridmen
Frn Letters; Outlook for
Next Season Deemed Bright
8ome ef 8alem's leading hook
ball artists defeated a similar
group of Corrailis bowlers Satur
day night at the Capital alleys.
three straight games though they
won the last by only fire pins. To
tal scores were Salem 721, Cor
railis 2 528. Bill Hemenway of Sa
lem led in total pins with 60S.
B. TarH ISO 200 14 554
McDonald 159 ITS 1SS 89
KunU , - 1SS 178 167 SOI
n. AtkiM 1 1M 1S 574
B. Hememwir 20 rit 171 60S
est e eie S7i
.TH 861 611 3528
PORTLAND. Ore., Dec. K
(AP) Albany college -was ad
mitted X- membershiD in the
Northwest conference today.
Formal action on Albany's pe
tition was taken at a meeting of
the conference here. The annual
meeting opened last night and
was concluded today.
Albany applied for membership
last fall and was placed on pro
bation for one year. The college
fulfilled every rule of the confer
ence tn all major sports during
that year, faculty representatives
ference Included Willamette, Pa
cific, Linfield. College of Puget
Sound. College of Idaho, Whit
man, and Albaay.
MEEK 13 BED
The meeting of Independent
colleges of the state, held In
Portland at the Oregon Institute
of Technology Saturday, was at
tended by 45 faculty members re
presenting eight ladepenqent in
stitutions in the state. Problems
and plans of these colleges were
discnosed by the group.
Students' attitude and interest
in politics and world problems
were aucassea, ana Bome iime
was spent on planning means by
which the colleges could better
cooperate with each other.;
Considerable time was giren on
the problem of cooperation and
common Dromeuonai aetiTiiies
were ' snores ted. Exchange of
professors for rations-occasions
vii also talked.
Officers elected for the ensuing
year were Edward I Clark, O. I.
T., president; B. Earl ChHders.
Eugene Bible university, nee pre
sident; r. O. Franklin, Willamette
nnirarsltr. secretary - treasurer.
Dr. Franklin has held this posl
tin. since till. ITl T. Penning
ton of Pacific TJ. was elected head
of the board of standardisation.
: The eetleges represented were
Albanr college, Eugene uioie uni
Tersfty, Llafleld college. Oregon
Institute nf Technology. J'actric
college. Pacific rxnlTersltr, Reed
coilere and Wluamette unirersity,
The meeUsz next -year will be
held t Albany. It irtg decided.
Twenty-one Salem grldsters
played, sufficient time during the
1931 football season to earn let
ters and service stripes, states
Coach Hollls W. Huntington.
Out of this large number. 11
hare Played their last football -for
the school and will be lost by
Heading the list comes Jim
Reed, captain of the team, and
veteran of many hard fought bat
tles. Jim played end and Was one
of the hardest workers on the
squad, both In practice and in the
games. Other ends were Cross and
The other men who hare earned
the big block "SM are: Emil Ot-
jen, Bennett, Rein Otjen and
Moody, tackles: Coffee, Martin,
Earle and Fisher, guards; San
ford and 8achtler, centers; Per-
rine and Chuck Reed, quarter
backs; McCaffery. Sugai, Sunder-
man, Nicholson and De Maris,
halfbacks; and Weisser, fullback.
The graduating players are Jim
Reed, Scheibner, Emil Otjen.
Cross, Bennett. Sanford, Sachtler,
Chuck Reed. McCaffery, Sunder-
man and Nicholson. The positions
of end and center will not have
any lettermeu next fall as all the
regulars for both are slated to
Strength is in prospect for
tackles nert year as both Moody
and Rein Otjen will return. Coach
Huntington expects a lot from
Moody, next season as the big
sandy hired six-footer loves the
game. This was Moody's first
year In high tcbool, but he was
able to break in enough on the
first string to make a letter.
Huntington states that next
season Earle will also make a
good tackle if used in that posi
tion. Earle played a good game
of guard during the past eeascn
None of the four lettermen of ;
that position are graduating, so
some of tlieui may be shifted to
other points on the team. Cofree,
Martin and Fisher are the other
guards. Fisher is another first
year man who was able to make
a letter his initial season.
Perrine is the returning quar
terback, though he did not call
signals much of the time during
the season. Sanford directed play
from center during the greater
part of the games. A b&ckfield
man to call signal's the past sea
son was an unfilled need and
Huntington hopes to find one
Nicholson and Sugai are the re
turning halfbacks and should
make a great pair as they were
first string men this season when
not out on injuries. Nicholson is
still young, but should be consid
erably better next season. Sugai
will be playing his fourth season
if he returns.
Lee Weisser is the only full
back who is a letterman. but next
year he will probably have a
good alternate in Eckstein who
will probably see plenty of ac
tion, states "Holly". Eckstein did
not make a letter this year but
he is big and fast and possessed
of a great amount of drive.
By PAUIV ZIMMEHMAK
Associated Press Sports "Writer
" Olympio .stadium. Log Angeles,
Dec. 5 (API -Those Irresistible
Trojans of the University of
Southern. California took! .unto
themselves, their first undisputed'
Pacific coast conference football
championship hre - today, by-
crushing the Huskies of Washing
ton in a 44 to T roate.
The touchdown parade of
Troy's strongmen opened up. with
the first Quarter still In its in
fancy, and eon tinned on through
the final period when shadows
started creeping fnto the huge
concrete bowl and the estimated
crowd- of 87,01)0 persons, satis
fied with Coach Howard Jones'
teams' superiority started filing
So U was that many missed the
spectacular drive of Coach Jimmy
Phelans eleven which saw Bob
Lenfesty, a sub end for Bill Smith
save his teem from whitewash
snortiy before tn final gun
Ih Pass Defease
The Huskies had missed a pair
of scoring, opportunities early la
the tray due much to Ernie
Plnckeft's sterling pass defense.
but with the Trojan third and
fourth stringers in the lineup,
there was no denying them and
Lenfesty caught two spectacular
passes to score his touchdown.
Merle Hufford, who had played
a splendid game, was in the
showers by this time and August
Buse did the throwing.
Gaius Shaver and Orville Mob
ler, alternating quarterbacks for
, the Trojans shared scoring hon
ors with three touchdowns apiece
In the parade which opened un on
Clarence Bledsoe's fumble on his
37-yTd line In the first Period
It was a glorious afternoon for
one All-American. Piackert.-
whose brilliant defensive play
kept the agile Hufford's runs and
passes well blotted up.
By direct contrast it was a
long weary 60 minutes to Captain
faui schwegler, Husky left end,
the other All-American on the
gridiron. The Trojans appeared to'
take particular delight in direct
ing their drives over his position J
lor long and consistent gains
throughout the afternoon.
Rose bowl at Pasadena. CaL. New Year's day.
Willis O. Hunter, director of athletics At SontliPm fbdl
fornia announced tonight hd had extended the invitation by
long distance telephone to Dr. Wilbur- C Smith, athletic di-
1 1 ' o rector lor Tuiane, who accepted.
The Invitation was delayed un
til the result of the TnlaneWash-
tngton state game today was
learned. Hunter said. The Green
Waves' 28 to 14 -victory gave It a
ciean recora of no ues ana no
Next tall Willamette univer
sity will play all but one of its
northwest comferebe foetball
gasae at heme. Willamette is
getting more like its sifter
Hethodist school, U. S, C, right
long. The reason for all these
games o the home field Is parU
ly the same as the Trojaas
aad partly not -the same.
Willamette was of course In no
position to hsk for more than Its
share of home games. It was en
titled to the Whitman and Cot
lege.oX.P.uget Sound games which
would come here in the regular
rotation. Nobody remembers what
the rotation with Linfield would
be by this time, as the last three
or four games have been in Sa
Bat Linfield, Pacific and Al
bany are all coming because
they want to come, and antic
tpate that the gate receipts here
will be snfflcteatly heavier tham
they would be at home, to make
It worth while. The facilities
for night football installed by
Willamette this year bring that
condition about, alowg with the
oowstantly ; increasing support
Willamette teems have beea
getting la their home common-
It's true that some of the games
in the season just enee were ra
ther poorly attended; one or two
because the fans dldnt think the
opposition could give Willamette
a battle, one or two because of
One reason we know Wfllam
ette's home support Is gaining.
Is in the number of telephone
calls and inquiries and the gen
eral talk around town daring
the season. And another you'd
never gaese It Is the amount
6f crabbing after one of those
Infrequent defeats. When peo
ple ratse a holler, they are In
terested and no question about
it. Wlien the whole town is kib
itzing, it means support.
By RALPH WHBATLRY
TULANE .-STADIUM. New Or-
eans. Dec 6 (API Tulane's
Green Wave jerked its football
banner to the top of the mast and
stepped on' national championship
soil here today by defeating the
Washington State Cougars, 28
But the Wave had to fight
with all its might to stand oft
the hard charging -Cougars, who
were playing at Tnlane's unde
feated and untied seasonal reo-
eord. The crowd of 25,000 Tn
lane rooters got the fright of
their lives when the visitors
drove "over a touchdown fn three
minutes after the starter's whis
tle and showed a form of win
Dalrymple Gees in
To Open Comeback
Tne score was squared soon.
however, after Captain Jerry
SILVT5RTON. Dec. S Silver
ton high school sportsmen are
turning all of their attention to
Lbasket ball at the present time.
Aarold Davis, Coach, is planning
to form two squads, the first and
second teams being the first
squad and al other men Interest
ed In the sport, comprising the
second. Both squads will have
matches with other schools. En
gene Hobart is manager of bas
ketball In the high school.
Fourteen games have been
scheduled, the opening game to be
played with Gervais here on Dec
3. Others Include, Dallas here.
Dec. 28; Chemawa, there, Dec
29; Molalla, here, Jan. 2; Salem,,
there, Jan. 2; Lebanon, here, Jan.
S; Woodburn, there, Jan. 22;
Chemawa, here, Jan. 29; Lebanon,
here, Feb. S; Dallas, there, Feb.
8; Molalla, there, Feb. 12; Ger
vais, there, Feb. 1; Woodburn,
here, Feb. 26; Salem, here, March
Those signing up for basketball
so fax include Elmer Tnompson,
Harlan Moe, Kenneth Hen J am,
Frederick Dahl, Robert Moe, Mar
vin Jensen, Howard Madsen,
Marion Hoblitt, Norman Holln,
Amos Green, Frank Pettyjohn.
Raymond Bpecht, Don Marshall,
Elmer Egaa, Harold Irish. Wal
lace Preen, Don McCaU. Wesley
Williams, Clarence Richard. Tom
Miller, Bill Cameron, Bert Re
veal. Ronald Douglas, Maurice
Winter, George Smith, Lynn John
son, Lee Leslie, Red Jenkins. Ver
non Johnson, Wayne Weiner,
Holan Wilbancks, Marlon Palmer,
Lee Miller, Fred Fisher, Nela
Johnson, Steve Styner, Wayne
Scott, Oscar Specht, Harry Way,
Sddie Johnson, Don Sawyer,
Philip HinrmeL Douglas Brady
and .Shorty Denlsen.
Of Stlverton to
SILVERTON, Dec 5. For the
first time in some years, Sllverton
is again to have a town basket
ball team. The young men who
have organized the team plan to
practice three evenings a week at
the gymnasium in the Eugene
Those in the gTonp Include
Richard Byrlag, Frank Johnson,
Ernest Johnson, Chester Johnson,
Frank Wolcott, Norman Eastman
Wendell Heath, Kenneth Dahl,
Richard i Holm. Elmo Llndholm,
Orville Town, ; James. HoBings-
worth and Deibert Davenport.
The team- will schedule games
with ut-MowB teams.
Safely -over their first gigantic
hurdle, the Multnomah club'quin-1
tet which they shored out of the J
unbeaten class, Price's Florahelm
basketball cagers will provide Sa-J
lem fans with another major at
traction at the armory Wednes
day night, December t, bringing
the strong DeNeffe's aggregation
DeNeffe's is coached by Frank
Relahart, a former Salem high
player and a brother of BiU Rein-
To Win Over
KEZAR STADIUM, Baa Fran
cisco, Dec f tAP In a thrilling-
gridiron struggle St. Mary's
Gaels galloped to a brUliaat 7-1
victory over Southern Methodist
I today to hand the Southwest eo
rerence cnampions their first, de
feat of the season and at the same
time remove them from the na
tional ranks of the teams who list
For three periods, the tntersee
tioaal rivals battled in a fierce
encounter before 35,000 specta-
Just after they began the final
period the Gaels saw and seized
their chance. Weldon Mason, bril
liant Mustang halfback and the
spark plug of his team's great
charges down the field, fumbled
on his own S3 yard Une. Jorgen-
hurt TTnlTeraltv nf ftrepftw tuta.
ketball coach. The team Includesl .st:.MTT left 5,e' feU on
several Webfoot stars of the last
three seasons; Scott Milligan, all
coast forward; Cliff Horner,
guard j .Gene Eberhart, center.
and Joe Bally, guard. Others In
the group are Ike Denin, all-star
Portland interschoiastic forward:
two years ago; Morris Roteaberg,
former. Seuth Parkway, Portland.
forward; LaVant Holden. all-state
high school forward for Tillamook
three years ago, and Ingram KJos
ness, former Spokane college cen
Will Play Whitman
Twice This Week
Immediately after this game the
Florsheims will pack their basket
ball shoes and head for Walla
the balL An old fashioned end i
around pli.y, with Vivaldi carry
ing, netted 14 yards before the
Texans could organise their de-
Bad Toscanl. St. Mary's stocky
ball carrier ace, smacked into the
line for a yard.
Unable to gain materially
against the forward wall, the .
Gaels took to the air. The first at
tempt -clicked and Beasley. substi
tute halfback, whipped an eight
yard toss to Toseani and the latter
raced tea yards to score. Harb
Fletcher, quarterbaek, added the
extra point with a place kick.
Dalrymple left the bench and Valla. to play a two-game series
took his post at right end. He
rallied his team and five min
utes later Tuiane went over the
goal line, making the score T-7.
In the second quarter, the
Green Wave hit Its stride and
rang up two more touchdowns,
But In the third quarter Wash
ington State scored again, mak
lng the score 21 to 14
In the last quarter. Captain
Dalrymple made his team safe
ny catching Zimmerman s pass
from the 25-yard line as he
stood behind Washington State's
goal line, giving his team a lead
of two touchdowns which it held
to the end
The game represented the last
appearance In New Orleans of
Bernie Bierman as head coach
zor Tuiane, official announce
ment being made during the
witn wnitman college's cagers
December 10 and 11. They wlU
alsq. play an independent team at
Walla Walla the following night.
For Wednesday night's gameJ
here, Florsheims will probably
have the same lineup which play
ed most of the game with Mult
nomah; Adams and Mar" for
wards. Flake center, Manager
Ashby and Drager guards. The
team was slightly rusty in the
first half of the game with the
clubmen, but swung into its stride
in the third period and staged a
spectacular rally to overcome
Multnomah's big lead.
With this experience behind it.
the team is likely to put up even
stronger opposition against the
DeNeffe's team, and all indica
tions are that it will be neees
eary. DeNeffes was reported to
game that he would leave tor his I'have beaten the University of Ore-
The Northwest confer ence
coaches picked an all-conference
team while hobnobbing in Port
land. It differs from the one El-
don Jenne picked a few days ago
chiefly In that Crannis of Willam
ette was placeJ at renter and Nel
son of Whitman beat Jones of
Willamette out for a tackle job
Here it is:
Left end. Pettibone. C. P. 8.
Left tackle, Brachman, Pacific
Left guard, Smith, College of
Center, Grannls, Willamette.
Right guard, Carpenter, Wil
Risht tackle. Nelson. Whitman.
Right end, DeVange, Whitman.
Quarterback, Applegate, Whit
Left half, Erickson. Willamette.
Right half, Weinel. Pacific.
Fullback, Critchfleld, Pacific
Left end, Connor. Willamette.
Left tackle, Jones, Willamette.
Left guard, Springer. C. P. S.
Center, Gagnon, C. P. S.
Right guard, Nixon. Pacific.
Right tackle. Lemcke, Pacific
Right end, Carlson, Idaho.
Quarterback, Sterling, C. P. S.
Left half, Anderson, Whitman.
Right half, Ennis, C. P. 8.
Fullback, Johnson, Willamette,
WeTe seen about four All
American selections In the last
few (lays and the chief differ
ence between them Is that in
some the Pacific gets little rec
ognition and in others it gets
none. Yet the coast herat lost
an intersections! game this sea
son, so far as we recall, except
the one Washington State drop
ped to Tuiane yesterday. These
roast elevens must be terribly .
well balanced, to do all that
nnd yet have only a couple of
outstanding stars among them!
alma mater. University of Mln
nesota, to become head tootbaU
mentor, and that he would be
succeeded here by Ted Cox, Tn
lane s line coach.
The game held Its sip and
flash In every quarter, and to
the very last each team was
fighting hard. It was easily the
hardest game of the season for
the Green ' Wave, which missed
the spark of Nollle Felts, half
back, who was out of play be
cause of an Injured ankle.
Quick for every advantage,
Washington State scored the
first touchdown oft of Psyne's
fumble which was recovered by
Turk" Edwards. Washington's
massive tackle. In a series of
plunges Schroeder, halfback,
brought It to the two yard line,
where on a double backfteld pass.
Quarterback Dahles skirted left
end for touchdown and then
turned around and kicked goal
gon several times last season.
even though it lacked at that time
some of the stars who are on the
roster this season,
Fire hundred hens entered in
the eighth Oklahoma egg laying
contest laid l3,4l eggs In 357
flit IIS OUT
NEW HAVEN. Conn.. Dee. 5.
AP Tale won a Judge's de
cision orer Brown, something
unique in eastern football, to win
the final game and chief honors
today in the round robin football
festival for the benefit of the unemployed.
Held scoreless by the Bruins af
ter defeating Holy Cross S to t
In the first of two qualifying
matches to determine the tourney
finalists, a committee of Judges
decided Yale had outplayed Browa.
Just enough to wia the second de
cision ever awarded in this man
ner after a football game in the
The first award of that kind
came after the second qualifying
match when Browa gained the fi
nal by catching the eyes of the ar
bitrating board after a scoreless
contest with Dartmouth.
AH three games were restricted
to two periods of 12 minutes each.
When Men Fight For Love!
8JLVERTON, Dec I Jim
Reed, matchmaker of the local
boxing commission, - has s
nonnced the opening of the sea
son for December ! at the local
hippodrome. Outside of expenses
all proceeds of the opening event
will be turned over toSilrerton's
emergency relief eommitte.
The mala event of the benefit
will be fought by Ray Hannan
of Stlverton and Terry Killeen of
Marahf leld. The semi-w 1 n d a p
event will be a battle between
the two Hanks". Brady and
Borland, light heavyweights. A
Man to Die For
Murders of Six
AIKEN, S. O.. Dec K (AP)
George Jaclison, charged with
slaying six of his kinsmen on a
Sunday afternoon last October,
was convicted of murder today
and sentenced to die.
The middle-aged farmer ran
amuck with a shotgun and pistol
October zc and snot aown two
uneles, an aunt and three cousins
la the Bethcar ' church commun
lty. near Wagoner.
f - . A
special feature will be a rour
round .battle between Bill Poole
of Staytoa and. Spike Gorman of
Two other r tour-round events
Include Irer Jorgenson of Silver
ton and Frenchier Meyers of 8a
leau Rusty Arthur of Silrerton
and Jack Duncan of Salem.
PHILADELPHIA, Penn., Dec.
-(AP) Navy's surprising mid
shipmen, after enduring rough
treatment the greater part of the
season, rose up in new-found pow
er before 65,000 spectators here
today to administer a 6 to 0 beat
ing to a vastly favored University
of Pennsylvania eleven.
The Middies, who have a very
important engagement with Army
next Saturday at New York.
brought new joy and hope to their
adherents by fighting back the
Quakers' best efforts for three
quarters of today's tnssel and
then, with only six minutes re-J
maining to piay, striking decisive
ly through the air to score their
first Tictory of the year over a
It was none other than "Bullet
Lou" Kirn, himself, the Tars fiery
little halfback, who fired the shot
that sank the Red and Blue Penn
His chance came when Perina,
big Penn fullback, punted out
from behind his own goal line to
the Middies 4-yard stripe. The
audience, having watched a rath
er dull punting duel for upward
of two hoars, had about recon
ciled Itself to a scoreless tie. la
another moment they were on
their feet, electrified, and several
thousand Midshipmen were in the
throes of hysteria.
Kirn faking an end run. turned
Instead and faded far back. When
he, did face about, it was. to eut
loose with the longest pass he had
in his system. Tschlrgi, fleet Mid
dy halfback, and two Penn de
fenders took out after ft. For a
thrilling moment It looked like a
dead heat but at the last possible
Instant Tschlrgi leaped and snared
the ball oa his ringer upa. two
Penn men obligingly bumped Into
one another and the Navy back
eaallr sprinted the last It yards
for a touchdown. Elliott mlased
the -try for point, bat: it dldnt
One thousand pounds of fish
war e distributed to the nedy. of
Miami, Fla., la one day.
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IN THE BORDER COUNTRY
men still settle matters of women, free
dom and money with guns and fists.
Ted Radclifie, Yale half-back, inherited
a bitter feud as a tumultuous legacy
and complicated it by falling in lovo
with the niece of his worst enemy I
The Gay Bandit
of the Border
Romance of the West
Befinning Friday, December 11