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   Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - November 26, 1934, Oakland, California                              DAKESND TRIBUNE MONDAY NOVEMBER 26 1934 15 MANAGER PREDICTS FOR TEDDY SILVA HAS DEVELOPED DEFENSE FDR WEAK JAW Keeping Tab on Scores is Leading Football Teams COASTCONFERENCE 31 M Cnl St Iiirlfie V C L A 00 IK an n is s IS n ss By ALAN WARD Emil Silva is a name that may not mean much to Eastbay boxing enthusiasts Theyll recognize al most immediately however the ap pelation Teddy Silva Teddy is the skinny young sprout with ether in i in both paws wholl box Johnny Pena Portuguese veteran for eight rounds or less at the auditorium Wednes day night TOOK BROTHERS NAME Years ago when the fourround game was flourishing like the tra ditional green bay tree here there another Teddy Silva burning tip the featherweight division He an older brother of the present Teddy So much a hero was Teddy the First to the adolescent Emit trip1 JJie iafiev decided then and tnere if he ever became a pro fessional dealer in leather hed take over the name Which brings us right up to the present Teddy Silva from now on well forget all about Teddy the First and refer to Emil by the name he likes the best has been out of the imaieurs only about eight months At the outset of his nionicd career he attracted attention because of the extreme wallop he carried at the ends of those fragile arms At the same time he showed traces of a weak jaw He was kayoed by Tony Silva and was dropped by others on several oc casions Leo Leavitt manager of Silva is a good judge of fighters He has handled King Tut Frankie Bat taglia and Johnny Pena Teddys pending opponent Leavitt thinks that Teddy will score a knockout end hes willing to back up his opinion with a nice piece of change K O IN FIVE ROUNDS Silva can hit as hard going away as he can advancing Leavilt ex plained Pena throws lols of punches and Ihat naturally leaves him open Hes a rushing tearing scrapper wholl come to Silva and thats just what my boy likes Stop me if youve heard this before but Silva will drop Pena flat within five rounds The pugilistic world loves a knockout hitter in the upper weight divisions but Us residents BO simply nuts over a little fellow dynamite in his paws Thats the reason the Wednesday night main event is attracting a lot more attention than seems rea sonable After all Silva is still in his fistic swaddling clothes and Pena didnt increase heart beats on his previous appearance here Lets switch controls back to Leavitt for a minute HAS WEAK JAW Ill admit that Teddy has a weak chin the mentor said with refresh ing candor But do you know that Benny Leonards chin wasnt of the best that Gene Tunney was ac credited with having a gelatin jaw and that when Ace1 Hudkins started out he used to be dropped so often it wasnt even funny All of those fellows developed swell defenses for their weaknesses Hudkins defense was a terrific of fense Well Teddy has pcrfecled a nice protection for the tender por tion of his 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ARRlea fl Ncvadn OS 21 SAN TOSK STATI3 0 Stanford 3t Olymiilc Club 1 Cnl 31 Nevada 7 Kresno Slain 3 IO3pola 3il Pacific 41 TUIANK 13 Auhurn LS Florida d Georpln 20 Georgia Tech 35 Missfislnpl II Cnljrntc 20 ICcntuckr i2 I 311 21 I C 34 SS 2I1 NORTH CAROLINA 21 Wako Forent O 7 TcnncKice n 34 fl I fl 20 12 Kcntnekj IV C State Georgia Teuh Unvidsoii SO ARKANSAS 30 Oznrk 24 Tex Chrlnllnn II Baylor n IiOnlKlnnn St COLLEGE OF PAC 0 U S C 1 t California 7 n Fresno 7 fl U C Hmhlcra fl 34 Nevada 0 fl Snii Jose 3il 12 S3 CAL AGGIES fl CatlCornla C4 0 Nevada fl 0 San lose II 0 U C L A 411 3 Chtco Slnte 0 lit Frimio Stntc 40 0 UC Unmblcrs 14 140 nn SOUTH METHODIST 33 N Tex Tench 0 ilit Airitln II 14 Lonlx 14 0 Uicc n Oliln A M 0 21 Fnrdhnm 14 2S TCXIIN 30 Arkausn II Daylor 308 t I IS 13 21 Missoiirl Mlnea O 7 TcxnoA HI 7 I Rice 7 II S M U 10 32 Texas ID By GEORGE KIRKSEY United Press Staff Correspondent CHICAGO Nov 26 UR Minnesota players two each from Chicago and Illinois and one from Ohio State and Purdue named today on the United Press AllBig Ten football team The second team has three playJ ers from Ohio State two each from Minnesota Wisconsin and Iowa and one each from Illinois and No players were named on either team from Northwestern and Michi gan FOUR GOPHER LINESMEN H Four of Minnesotas great Larson Tenner Bengstori Bevan and Captain Pug Lund aim around star and spark plug of Lthe Big Ten champions received on the first team Larson and ner were the greatest irt the West Larson the more spectaci ular but Tenner the steadier It was Tenner who scored the winning touchdown against Pittsburgh Phil Bengston 6 feet 3 and weighing 208 pounds was best of four good Minnesota rj tackles and Bill Bevari the headed guard flankinghim was the outstanding lineman in Big Ten Bengston Bevan and Larson formed the RockofGibraltar right side of Minnesotas line Those three players smashed down ents on offense to permit Mist ojjj ion r2 VANDERIULT 27 Georgia Tech 12 7 Aulturn II O Loulnlann St 2H 7 Geo O 10 0 4 Tcnncnsce 13 04 BO CAROLINA STA O Florldn 14 7 North Cnrollnn 7 II V P I 7 t Hayrrnrrt 0 the Gophers long gains and almost impregnable on defense GALHREATH IN LINE To complete the line Chuck GalJ breath Illinois is placed at Captain Regis Monahan Ohio State at guard and Elmore Chicago at center Galbveath the big cog in the light hardfight 10 FRESNO STATE JM S P State 0 7 USC Sniirtami I It U G llamlllcrx 12 III lilt Pnolflc Santn GInrn San Tone Cal Cnl Tech II it STANFORD FROSH 17 Mcillo J C 0 42 Sun IOKC Fr It 27 U S C Froxh lit linkers nrhl 0 0 Cal Friisli 30 307 04 n o L A 20 Sun Diego Stnte I 14 Pomnitn 0 3 Oregon 211 17 20 TJ S C PKOSn 3D Cliaffce 7 Ci fl 7 SI a Ana J C I O Campion 1 C II 0 Cal Frosli 14 30 Sflm Finsh J2 JC 2j 03 71 Hit Sari Mnten 21 Moilclto J O 14 U S C Saerameiito 28 Glcnrtalc TC 11 Stan Frosli 175 13 IT 9 F FROSH 24 Mnrln 1 O 2 O St Mnrys Fr IS Snntn Clnrn Fr O 40 IS ST MARYS FRO Sit 20 Mnrln T1 C O SnnMafco J O 12 13 V S1 F Froilh fl II Snrlu T C II O Inclfic fl I Snntn Clnrn Fr 0 7 Cnl Poly I ing Illinois line which made notable goal line stands i TRIPLE THREAT ARTISTS In the backfield with Lund arii Jack BeynonIllinois quarterback1 and Duane Purvis Purdue and Berv wanger Lund Berwanger andi Purvis all are triple threat An unusual accomplishment these three star hall carriers is that all of them are deadly blockers This trio cant be matched for allaround ability achievements tRain play orspirit leaders the type that makes thVv difference between a winner and a loser Beynonisa smart Held peiieral preat safety man and of the best passers and pass re ceivers in the land BRONCOS NOSE T COLUMBIA By LAWTON CATIVER United Press Staff Correspondent NEW YORK Nov The final football volley will be sounded Thursday in Thangsgiving Day tattles and a few scatlered shots follow Salurday Then only the postseason features will be left to remind of one of the wildest seasons the game has known Minnesota h i c h scored 270 points against 38 in eight games has finished with the Big Ten title and a firm grip on the national championship Alamaha leader in the South plays Vandcrbilt Thursday and is expected to finish with a clean slate and probably an invitation to Rose Bowl competition against Stanford winner in the Pacific Coast Conference The major Thanksgiving games Include a number of battles in the East Pitt tackles Carnegie Tech has had a luckless season Undefeated Temple leader in the East goes against Bucknell BrownColgate FordhamN Y U MarylandJohn Hopkins PennCor nell are other attractions No game in the South will rival the Alabama Vandy tussle but Duke whipped twice and North Carolina State still will be in the spotlightV M I and V P I meet in a Virginia feature The leaders have finished confer ence play on the coast with Wash ington State choosing the last game to bow out of the rfrce as a result of a scoreless tie with Washington after matching slrides with Stan ford for the conference tie Orecon and St Marys and U C 1 ALoyola Los Angeles take over the spotlight out there Thursday In the Southwest Rice still can win the conference title by beat Ing Baylor on December 1 The Owls slipped up last Saturday and lost to Texas Christian Southwestern features for Thankcgiving include the battle be tween Texas and Texas A and M Arkansas plays Tulsa and two othe Arkansas games are on the scheduli State and Arkansas Col lege Arkansas TechCollege of th Ozarks The BIx Six feature will be the NebraskaKansas State battle a Lincoln with the conference cham pionahlp riding oh the outcome Misiourl end Kansas also play PORTLAND Ore Nov Two touchdown for 81 yards and Ihe other for Sanla Ciara n 26 victory over Liltle Columbia University ycstsr day but it was a close squeak lor the Californians Lacking their usual fire and drive and handicapped by n muddy field Coach Maurice Clip per Smiths team had Its hands full tryingto subdue the scrappy resourceful Columbians While 8000 fans looked on the lome squad slopped Santa Claras Hack so well in the first period hat the Broncos lost more yqrdage lian they gained Late in the sec ndperiod after five line replace ments the visitors started a march rom their 19yard line Runs by Falascbl and Thomas and a break when the offipjals ruled interference on a pass play that failed put he ball on the Columbia 20 Dutton made 13 arid Thomas went over for thp score The Columbians tied the score on he second play of the fourth er after a clever passing attack had rought the ball into the touchdown erritory Corcoran plunged over Irom the oneyard line for the tally which evened the score In the waning minutes of the game the Broncos found thefr stuff anil started to roll Starting on their own 32 the Santa Clarans used Thomas Sobrero anfl Boss hardt to smash the ball to the fouryard line Sobrero took it to the halfyard mark and then Bps hardt went over for the touch down that won the game Whats the Score SANTA CLARA Button McOcc SnartfiTorft McCnskcr rsassi Snick Finucy Kalntinn Carlsrn Kaliski Tos TRR LOR o nor UTI HE I o IHR nut F COMJJMRIA Breiwi Carey Johatinpssen Boemmer litineivcbbtr Morrison Vcnelcn Albin Duncan SCORE BY PERIODS Sanln Clara n n n Columbia n 0 0 Corcoran 13 Snnla Clara Thomas Hossliardl Columbia Touchdown Corcoran Referee Wade Williams Iowa iimnlrc MTIkc Moran Washington Stale Collcee field judre Doudass Iow Colleee of Idohoi head linesman Hueh McKcnna Orcson Slate Catton Beats Roberts 7057 at Billiards Marc Calton Pacific Coast three cushion billiard champion defeated Ernie Roberts leading amateur 71 to 57 in a match at California Rec reation Cntton having a high run of eight The match lasted 77 in nings Sid Jilson one of the bes San Francisco players will oppose Catton Thursday point match at California Recrea tion beginning at 8oclock Cent From First Sport page greatest he had ever seen from a true allAmerican Hamilton Is a very similar type of come through athlete The last 10 yards ot his brilliant touchdown run were negotiated in singlehamlet manner A back of lesser ability never would liave been able to stay in bounds when crashed by a tackle such as Wil liams fired at him on the tbrce yard line Not only did he avoid stepping over the sideline but he kept his feet and forged through into the end zone It was one of the highlight runs of the year tt O coaches today I are being offered congratula Hanstor holding Stanford to a low score but theyre turning them dPWn Nothing short vic tories regardless of the opponents reputation will satisfy Messrs In grqm Allison and Wickhorst Nev rtheless their job was a good one j They held the Indians to Ihe lowest yardage from scrimmage in years icld them without a completed for vard pass outpunted them and utgained Ihqm in the face of the experts who opine that this is the reatest team in Stanford history All of that factual praise the Bear coaches would trade today for tliree joipts So rest assured alumni of he Blue and Gold your coaches arent the type satisfied to hold eams to low scores in losing O again proved that Ihere is only ine way to stop a good team using the Warner it Tracing back over he Indians season the Dons of U S F were the only Tribe opponents who employed these tactics and they held the Indians to a 3 to 0 victory U S C provided a contrast In stead of plunging straight ahead blindly and smashing everything that came their way the Trojan tackles sagged and attempted to de termine where the play was going to strike Those tactics are suicide against Stanfords welltimed attack But it isnt all a matter of smash ing The tackles should fight their way to a position a yard and a half behind the Stanford ends but the defensive fullbacks California used three should wait until the play develops definitely if they are to avoid being caught off guard by cutbacks That defense effectively applied by the Bears made Stanford look likea weaker team than it really Is A better team than California without the defensive knowledge developed by years of study on the NEW YORK Nov Fool ball crowds set up a record for big games last Saturday with a total turnout for 12 games aggregating 479500 for an average of 39950 per sons per game No other J2 games in any one day this season have drawn so well The iccorilhrcaking crowd for the at the Army Notrc Dame game helped to swell the figures The next largest crowd was 05000 for Stanford and California The other big gath erings YaleHarvard 55000 TempleVil lanova 40000 Washington State Washington 38000 MinnesotaWis consin 35000 IllinoisChicago 35 000 ColumbiaSyracuse 32000 Ohio StateIowa 27500 Indianapolis Purdue 25000 U C I AOrcgon State 25000 NorthwesternMichi gan 22000 NEUTRAL ORNER BY ALAN WARD BILLY WALLACE still one of the heat of the lightweights although he hnu hcen treading on resin for morethan thir teen years will go to the post tomorrow night at Sail Jose hoxing Angus Smilh tough Negro hoy for ten rounds Smith has fought Kid Moro Chiirlic Mnnnina anil a Hook of olher fnir to iriid dlin lightweights Hes more the hoxer than the puncher and hile liilly is ralcd the choice Io win he may not have an easy Whittier New Champ in South LOS ANGELES Nov After years of effort Whilticr Col lege today held the Southern Cali fornia Conference football title with a perfect record ol five victories in as many title games The Poets boasting the finest team in the history of the school cleared the final hurdle Saturday after the championship had been assured by defeating RedlandK champion 20 to 0 in the last con ferencestruggle of the season The defeat shoved the Rull dogs twice previously beaten down to fourth place in the standings with San Diego Stale finishing second and Occidental third Occidental closed its season Sat urday by trouncing its traditional foe Pomona no longer a confer ence member 19 to 0 while in the other game played Friday night Santa Barbara State defeated Cal tech also a former conference member 13 to 0 VVhitlier closes Its season at San Tose Thursday when the Poets meet San Jose State Thefinal conference standings w i T rci Whllllcr part of the U C coaches couldnl stop the Indians Ran ninrn Stale Occidental Rcillnnrls Ia Verne SanU n o 1 i 3 l s Y n nn1 M time of il Aflor rinding along for months without any inanagcrisil lies Billy finally has put his af fairs in llic capable hands of Dolph Thomas of San Francisco He couldnt have picked a belter man ager Dolph not only knows all the ropes in training and seconding but he has connections mighty neces sary In fistic circles ft OAKLAND boxing fans nccil not worry about walchmi Steve Conlny PHlsburfj heavyweight again Conley who is believed ly be majority of spectators Io liavr rjtijt to Tank Cardoza liisl week has been put on Jromoter Ora Formans black list Conlpy fought here three limes and was vir4itr of three losses Not once dirt he make a real contest of it Anil just for your infnrinftUon tho next time homingo appears on an Oakland card hell be in a special or semiwinrlup position Tbe promoter wasnt satisfied that Xomingo did his best against Johnny IVIorris a few nights ago Mike Gabbelt Oakland inspector lor the State Alh lelic Commission with some quick thinking at Ihe Audilonim wrestling show the other night Immediately after a spectator had been iiit in the nose and injured by a thrown rolled newspaper the Inspector hustled into the promp ters office and suggested that a reward bo offered for the arrest of missile throwers in the future Within five minulcsaflcr the throw ing episode Announcer Kd Ryan slopped into Ihe ring and informed the crowd that awaited anyone reporting an incident of the sort The announcement was greeted by a big cheer Heres belling Ihcrell be no more overhand deliveries at the weekly mat shows henceforlh f O King Tut ivho quit lighting to atari ivrcstJiitK loft for a tour Enstcrn and M idIP cttcrn cities the schedule to wind up at Madison Square Garden Jnnnnry IS where hell tackle Jack middle weight nidi champion rl the world The word lias been passed along the grapevine then Till probably will probably emerge lite fracas viilh the crotvn perched on tide of his Till n ivltale oj a fist is proving about ns good n grappler Ho made his dfbtu in San Francisco and proved quite a favor ite tailh tlic crowd there ft ft State Athletic Commission BRUINS MEET LOYOLA NEXT B R IT I S H J tht Ias represented here by Com missioner Claire Goodwin has refused to countenance a fight be tween Pinto De Sa and Kayo Jqnic at Modesto tomorrow night Goodwin decided it was carrying things a little too far matching a pretty good scrapper like De Sa with a larl like Janic who has had one contest this year and is known Io be out ofshape Were Kayo to take boxing seriously he might do something with De Sa hut under present conditions he wouldnt have had a chance DC Sas board of strategy turned down a fight with Toddy Silva who will meet Johnny Tena at the Auditorium Wednesday night O IF YOU want a laugh watch Tiger Tack Fox do his act some night atone of the local gymnasiums WP Tiger Is a linrn cornctlian with a fine flair for impersonation lie is a riot taking off TVIaxie Rosenbloom Frirno Camera Jack Dcmpscy and Geno Tunney In addition he can sing and dance and down as many eiglU ounce glasses of beer as will be purchased for him We watched him knock off 12 glasses In a row anil he still complained of beinff thirsty Inci dcnlly Fox wants another chance locally He made a bad impres sion in bis fight with Red Karry but is anxious to redeem himself rromolcr Forman may give him the opportunity to square tilings with Oakland fans ENE VINASSA traveling pub licity man who is found in almost any part of the coun try at almost any time but who now is settled in San Francisco foi a few weeks writes in to ask why Fred Feary Stockton heavyweight isnt used In Oakland Why in deed Wed like to see Fred in a top spot here Hes a better than average heavy Didnt he kayo Hank Hankinson Los Angeles in a Cow rounds a few nights ago Feary is being handled by Dolpl Thomas who trained MrixBaprio his title fight wilhvprimo Camera How about Feary Red Barry for tho local arcn LOS ANGELES Nov 26 IP University of California at Los An geles football team put its second consecutive victory behind it today and selllud down to preparation for its intracily clash wilh Loyola here Thanksgiving Day The Bruins displayed n surprising running and passing attack at the Memorial Coliseum Salurday afler noon when they trounced Oregon Stnte 25 to 7 In their ciosing con ference game of the season It fol lowed on the heels of a 6 to 0 vic tory over St Marys November 12 Coach Bill Spaulding satisfied with bis teams showing planned to work the Bruins only lightly this week Over at Del Hey Hills Coach Tom Lteb started putting the finishing touches or his teams offense and defense for the Thurs day struggle With the finest team in the his ory of Loyola preparing for its losing contest of the year the lions were leaving nothing un urncd in Iheir effort to upset the Uclans a Coucci Presses Peters for Lead NEW YORK Nov ng a slrong bid for a title that has evaded veteran jockeys for many years Silvo Coucci is rapidly clos ng in on young Maurice MooseV Peters Brantford N D in the battle for 1934 riding honors on the American turf Coucci has reached the stage where he trails Peters completing i firstfull year on the big time ry only four winners At the end of Saturdays activities Peters had ridden 204 winners while Coucci nad brought 200 of his mounts home in front LONDON Nov of football games played in British Isles ENGLISH LEAGUE FIRST DIVISION Aslon Villa 3 Portsmouth 2 doncd nftcr 80 minutes ioff Chelsea 2 Arsenal 5 Derby County 1 Liverpool 2 Everton 1 Manchester City Z Grlmsby Town 3 Stoke City 1 TK Hudclersflelti Town3 Middlesbrough Leicester Cily 1 Leeds United 0 Preston North End 0 Birmingham 1 I Sunderlnnd 0 West Bromwich 1 nf Toltcmham Hotspurs 3 Wednesday 2 rlr Wolverhnmnton 2 Blackburn 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RUGBY LEAGUE Barrow n St Helens Recs 17 ift BrouKhton 30 BrHmley 14 Dcwsborry R York IB Feathcrslone G HullKingston II Halifax 11 Hun si et 7 Hull 17 Huddersfield 6 KeiRhlcy 12 Salford 3 f Rochdale Hornets 10 Castleford 7 St Helens 23 Bradford Northern 8 Swlnton 11 Liverpooi Stanley 0 Wnrrlnston 3D Batley 9 Widnes 20 Oldham5 Wigan 50 Leich 12 IRISH SOCCER LEAGUE Coleralne 2 Ballymeha 1 Banaor 0 Glcnavon 5 Olentoran 2 Llnfield 2 Cliftonvillc 3 Newry 2 Celtic 5 Distillery 2 Arne 3 Ards 0 Porladown 0 Berry I RUGBY UNION Plnyed Saturday resulted Guys Hospilal 8 Old Leyslans 13 Harlequins B BlacKheath 6 vXvJv London Scottish 8 Oxford University AverillRuth Hit Home Runs KOKURA Japan Nov Home runs for Babe Ruth and Earl Averilf gave the touring American major league baseball team an 8 to 1 victory over tHe Nippon All Stars before a crowd of 25000 here today The American ivi Nippon AllStars Cascarcllaarid Hayes andInkoawa R 8 E 0 g Ryslyn Park 10 Ixjndon Irish 3j St Thomns Hospital 0 Old 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