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   Abilene Morning Reporter, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1924, Abilene, Texas                                ABILENE OCTOBER oweftul 7 earn is Encountered by Cowboys at Sherman WITH GOOD BEAT COWBOYS AT SHERMAN ON FRIDAY Special to Tho Repott The Austin i Ircoury Dipper Quarto with lineup of jEouryear maintained tho ijiptr hand through the full four uarters of the game with the Sim College Cowboys heie Friday and won U to Slm indpa fought stubbornly but was tumble to halt the wonderful of fensive attack which was launch ed against the The Cowboy as super ior to that of the Baylor one of tie for the South western crumpled be fore vicious drives of Austin and and Fmkft and wero able to halt almost every Jtne attack of the powerful Simmons The Cowboy backs succeeded in away with several of the longest runs the game but these failed to give them a ma terial advantage at any Bob Simmons made the most EGnsatloral play of the game right Kimbrough kicked to Allied on his 30yard Allred returnfd 31 lilll went out of with no NeUon failed ercund left Alfred ed to through Cooper attempted u field tho ball Polo A Feature of San Angelo Fair striking iie goal Lynch fail ed to Bsiea fallcg to Allred return ing JO yards toSimmons JOyaid Hill failed over son failed through Allred made a yard through Jeft Cooper attempted another field Simmons McHaney Kstcs lost a yard around right Kimbrough punted but Aus tin was penalized 15 by was pass to Johnson Johnson failed Q gain around left KImbrougli punted to Allred on vhen took Hills punt in fourth quarter on his own 10yard line and raced up the field for a 48yard Estes also made several pretty runs around AUE tins ends and through The regular Simmons lineup was used with the exception ot Pitt who was held In re serve and finally relieved McHaney at Bounds at Kim brough at and Wooten at ail got Into the Kim brough remaining during the en tire AH of these men were crippled it was thought would not enter the Bounds and Wootea were removed in First Austin kicked off to tha 20yard Austins 20yard line who return ed 5 Kelson got a around left Allred made 2 through right Hill went over tackle for 9 Hill added through right tackle and 3 moro next Allred failed around left Pittman for Hill to Simmons 30varJ Kimbrough failed to gain through Jeft Slnimons pen allied 6 Ham for John Hannn failed through left Wright hit center for Estes thrown for 5yard Klra broush punted out of bounds on Bimmcns 42yard Hill made 4 through center two Kelson roada first down around right Quarter v Fourth Miller failed to Allred fail ed to sain around right Hi look 2 yards through Hill punts over the 61m Bounds retitrnins S on Soyard Estos mona penalized 6 yards for pass from Sim Kimbroughpunted to the mons recovering on halfyard 60yard Miller plunged the right side of tho line for 8 Miller took 4 yards and first down fu on another Miller hit the lino for C Hill got yards through right Allred pass ed to binith hut the ball was brought back and Austin penalized 15 Allred made 15 off right Wilmoth tried a XtjnbrouEh receiving on the 20 yard line and Estes failed to gain through left Wright failed to gain ttirousn Simmons penal ized 6 yards for Kim punted to Austins 30yard Allred returning s Mil ler took 2 yards off left Hill vunted out ot bounds on Sim mons 3Dyard Estes made 2 yarda over left Woolen fail ed to Kimbrough out of bounds on Austins Austin got 2 yards around left went through right tackle tor 10 yards and fin SimbroaBh punted to 19yard Miller made one over HOI Simmons Miller took 2 yards over Hill sairiei 5 yftrdt left through right Allredwent over Jeft tacklefor 1 Hill Simmons being downed on tuir own iyard Kimbrough punted to Simmons 40yard Austin penalized yards tor Austin failed to over left Hill minted to Simmons Simmons signalling for a fair Kim brough punted to Austins 40yard Miller returning 15 HJU gained yards orer left Allred attempted to punt but was downed by HIH punted to Simmons 2yard The ball Was returned and Simmons penal ized 5 yards but the referee chang ed his decision the ball was left in Simmons possession on her own Dyard Kimbrough punt ed to Miller on Simmons 40yard Ercoks downing him in his Miller hit center for AUred passed to Milter for 22 tin Score Simmons Aus Second plunged right tackle for A11MO added 2 yards over right Milter made 3 yards through right Miller took o yards and first down over rlsht ililler plunged right tackSe for 4 Miller went over for a Allred kicked Wright received Austins kick off on Uie 10yard returning 20 Wright Auv recovering on the 31yard Austin penalties 5 Hill smashed right tackle for 3 Allred added 4 yards through the A Allred to was AUred attempted lo visa but wmj down before he got the ball The ball went to Slmmona on the 35yard Wright pained yards through left Kimbrough circled left end for 6 Kimbrough buckea for first Wright Plunged center for 3 Kim nade S KlmnVough failed o gain around left JJanria ost 6 around right fvImbroiigh punted out of bounds on Simmons 35yard Hill hit center for 1 yard MUlwwent around right side for S penalized 5 Austin mada 1 Wllmoth missed a field goal from the 38yard Bstai ailed to train through rijjnt limbrough lost 7 around left The ball was returned to where It The referee changed his leaving the ball in Aus tins pcssesslon on Simmons 10 yard Hill hit center tor S Qn fake crosshuck Hill gained it 2 yards thraueh HIH fallei to gain left went around right and for a Allred kick ed Smith Idekedoff 40 Esles returning 48 yards through a brok en Kimbrough failed to gain left A forward pass was Ililler Intercepted a Hill failed to gain over left Hill Maae 3 yaraj through eft Austin penalized IS Simmons was penalized 5 for giving AnstJn irst down on her own 40yatd Miller failed through 3ill made a yard over left AUred failed to gain around right Hill punted tir Simmons 20 yard Estes returning g MUler intercepted a pass and was lowned en Simmons 26yard line Dickey failed to gain over right Autiiii penalized 5 Miller nit center for 1 Estes intercepted a pass and was down ed on hts 40yard Two passes by Simmons were Kim brough lost 12 yards around left Score Austin StmrnonE SCORK TWO TOUCHDOWNS IN PIMST PERIOD AND FBE QlKXT SUBSTITUTIONS AHE Scintillating PerfoT Cartic Off Tatkle lilup Smith ntfr ot Il Ilnya Win for the Trans Elev en By the Associated Ability ot the Ixmshorns to rip off tackle for longgains won today for Texas ABILENE LOAFS AND WINS FROM BIG SPRING FRIDAY SCORE 194 Loafing through three quarters of rather uninteresting the Abilene Eagles got a new lease on life the closing minutes ot tho third quarter and eked out a IB to 0 victory over Coach Jofc Wards Big Spring bfgh school eleven nere Friday afternoon at Parramore Nelth er teiia able to tin consis tently until the fourth quarter when Jlodges was tent In at half the Eagles chalking up MV en first downs In the last 12 min utes of University over Phillips Xlnlvwellyl Tho Big Spring team was clear f by a 210 outclassed from the start out There was never any doubt evef inel uuUw fmtlitJt though he was used very jutle In boro the brunt of the attack dur Blus Smith halfback of Cleburno Ing tho quarter while Hodjs the scintillating performer of was used almost continuously af ter he got Into the Scores The Eagles scored first in the the Etullh Is Smiths and eluslveness him to tear off long gains Iirst quarter although only two off tacklo and around and ta first downs were made In that pe The fastest Polo played iri West Texas this year will be seen threo days during Exposition at Sail October 6 to The San Angelo Po e Ail west T lo headed by Fred Robert ID FINE SHUT BEMCifiS OW1S SHOW GREAT PUJTCH AXD BEAT SASf HOUSTON BY SCORB OF i3 TO 6 1JT Bad Passing by Center Proved to be Disastrous on Three Occasions ana Each Toss Cost a ing greater punch than any team which has represented Rice in the past several Coach John Helsmans Owls scored a 22 to siz triumph over the Sam Houston FOOTBAM1 At Houston Sam Houston TeacJwrs Rice At Austin Texas University Phillips University At Dallas Southern Methodist University Trinity Ithaca Cornell Niagara Ann Arbor Michigan Mi ami Lawrence Kaiisss University Hamilton Colgate Alfred Lincoln Illinois Nebraska Team 9J1BEOTS T1IIK BK H3 TAKE ADVANTAGE OF WI T AND COSTLY FUMBLES orroraurs AXD TAKE SEC OX GAME OP SEA Ncvrr Tbreatcaed eca Annapolis Navy William and I Mpstangs Coal Except ta Sec Mary Cclurnbus due Ohio Steis Fui H ooct Period BOOtCd O FIcU Morrison Philadelphia University of Tbe Associated run tack punts in stellar In the second quarter aided by dogged ran baeic the kickoff 40 Ha av eraged close to 25 yards on his return of Besides giving the Varsity offen sive the needed fire and Smith excelled on the defensive In the fourth King received a 40 yard pass from and seemed certain to go fcr a touch as he eluded all the Vsrsity backs except the safety and had running with him a male to block the safety But Smith clashed through the Interferer and brought down King with a desper ate shoestring Captain Smalley and other backfield performers who showed to advantage for the win After turning in two brlllinnt dashes right tackle that netted 15 acfl 82 yards Wright was Injured early in the first and Blue Smith was substituted for him with he already In the Longhorn forward Line Captain Dayvault at Heinle Pfannkuche at Ber ry at Sprague at tackle and AlJcsi at were bulwarks of thlrtytwoycar old veteran who captained the 1915 Texas and who Is tins a marvelous coraefacc inter an ab sence of nine yearB from college so Wyatt the big captain of the Haymakers that the Haymakers leaser was taken from the fray In the first 26 Frankla sna Taking 01 was the Cambridge Harvard Vlr advantage of a favoraljio aaa defensive performer oj Siria the cortly fumbles of tha Trinity University the it T n HIH v Penn SUte University Mustangs won Teachers from HunlSYille ir North Carolina State i their second game from a TV J The lineups Simmons Brooks and ends XCcCasland sud Sam Morris tacklen Bathmell and inards center Kim opening engagement of paign at Rice Field In the first half the Owl kept the Teachers on the defensive witli the ball deep in the invaders ter Late in tha last period the Bear flashing some of their expected power and aided by two Owl foughf on even terms with the Blue and Grey Until the tost when Pete who has but recently re ported to Coach Jones squad was sent Into the fight with Instructions to open up the Bear Cat the Teachers had accounted for tr I t XTUIU ew York Columbia school U to Lawrence 0 Dartmouth BicGiii TTciversity ChlcagL Missouri Chicago i Valparaiso 0 Cen Princeton Amherst Ames 0 Niprth Eakota Minnesota Aggies Washburn n Bend Notre Dame The Trinity never threaten ed the Mustang goal except In the second period when Quaneroack Morrison chose to try for a field goal in preferenci to bucking the Mtistany and From the ranks of the Musungs loomed several members of the rapionshlp team of 1S23 and one comer in tha Texas Inter col stars jlegtato football In the 1S24 football The lege TuUne ReLsor MilsUJW hack the nirabls finger Ban Johnson is Holding Aloof in Big Series nnd President JOhn son of the American lesirue today trough went around right end for took no official part in the series 3 failed to decide the baseball title of around left Kimbrough punt ed out of bounds on Austins 25 yard Austin made 6 through right Hill gained 2 through right Simtnons penalized 5 Two plunges failed to gain for Hill puniM to Wootei who returned 10 yards to the 12yird Simmons took I tionals and the GLints snouli have result ol an offside penalty BUS Ke reftisiifl to even witnws the New Tork as representa tives of the National com pete with he won Its championship hon Brooklyn trnould to rcprcscnl the yards through rpht Kstes I failed to putie1 cut of bounds on Simmons 45 yard Austin took yards through right AUFtm penalized S Hill failed to HU pained 4 yarlp j Hill punttS the goal Hanm for Wooten Tail he of the that per meated the W2s his persistent ancl I have thins osirc to take npyUnderwood McVcy team last proved disastrous for the TeachersOn three occas ions he passed the ball past Tid more and each toss resulted in a Rica Two touchdowns and one safety were given the Owls on these the other Heights graduate with the was the brightest star of the visitors Several of hia punts were hurried bythe charging Rice lines men but on trial he sent the ball from the shadow of Ms own 75 yards down the It was who received Trowe In the last quarter and dived across the line lor the only er Captain Kirks recovery of a fumble and his siity yard dash to Rices 15 yard line In the quir icr the most sensational event of the RICK S Position Sim 1 vvhich won Its chimplonfhlp hon 1 havo no desire to scp tncaje the It S my thlt center j ether of the players d to rin on hurt but nble to walk off i in to lirinie the realized 5 1 in an effort to Kimbrojchs puRt gamts thr hare Cone the for a aii and rushed 1 J o public Allrc1 kicked ti hitherto affidavit relating that was in ed the Mj on the firft Bay KcndricK It Ig Wllford Fmith C By quarters Sam Houston 0 ft 0 re it hb rhb Ib Samuels Ku m field Wcatherlord Kindlln Sandel TdcKaj llayfteld Tidmore Kirk C his JO mile 1 yard Kte trtckU 11 first falifd to thrvttn for 5yard Third AllrcA rvturnM Simtnins klok to hs own Hill fries ever plavedi 9 7 j Bostons First Iice 15 Sam Hus the to For Prafka Th attimjt 1 by a Eva Central Teach rs College University of Okla homa University of siesippl Arkansas Aggies French Trying to Learn Lingo of Baseball annOMcsd barnstorming tour of the Giants and Sox through the last of this nnd early Nov ember has started thu French tin scribes irtudylnj the vocabu lary if Some of the Irench rttHiHons of terms famioir to ATiirrican fans are The translation for home run Is a cjn ijrte tour of the bases foul tin by one wriler the bat Just Hirtcd with ire The fans hope be Included in thj party of bls groj Bfbe the the most of hfa plunges b3ing through the center ot the Trinity rath er than long end The forward was used ex cessively by both The Siustariis a brisk South wind to their back in the first quarter and after an eichajige of punts In which the Mustangs gain ed approximately 29 Stollen wcrck from his own thirty yard line kicked the length of field to Trlsityj holt yard line Tiger dM not attempt to catch tho thinking named fjtlrh at Vvii ntcuad Ill8 croircin o or a Htllin BI Horkinr fAns he inttcity Ins sheets call Is the whose name has btc widely known His to is due rather to Ms money ahlllty his knack of smashing out horn1 Huth draws a larger Mlary President of the French a headline In a weekly rvort There has been in terest In the local baseball Iricue ami hw bv nf the TMV rit rm Ms or 1 hrMfl Tailcl to sain around son In the Thin athlete seemed to mako halt tho tackles made by his full tack and triple threat was the beat offensive bet with his passing and Bean also backed up tha line in stellar fashion and it was his fierce tackle that knocked out Stuart Wright of Dallas in the first Score After 5 The Longhorns scored after five minutes of On an eschange of obtained possession of the ball on tho fifty yard line Captain Marley and Wright alter nated in offtackle stabs that sent the leather on a double quick march down the Msrley plunged through guard from the three yard lino for the The second touchdown was mads In similar sicept that It was who did the bulk o 3ie though Marley slipped through the line for the Smiths mad were largely responsible for tho third though who had sub stituted at fullback for that U go out pf but ity One yard was thrown for a I An exchange of punta ad vanced the ball deep into Big Spring Brownes dashlns return of puntg adding many yards to Abilenes Segell got off a bad punt to Abllenes 45yard end Browne took Bryans onal pass behind the line of advanced for first turned and cut Hewajj tackled for no gain and ball went over on the 38yard Rlx and Befell faile to gain on two right tiiturd Hu right tackle Segeil punted 10 yards to Compton left t Wells out right l right end 21 yardi first Browne right tackle 4 Compton left tackle Abilene Compton tackio Browno to A pass by Wallers after Abilene ap parently had formed for a droji The ball went over Rix Segell right end Sli left guard 0 Segell punt ed 38 yards to Browne who re turned Wclis right tackle Compton left guard Browne right end i and lirfit Compton left Write went off left tackle 3 Bryan circled left end for 7 yards and a Bryan kicked Bryan kicked off 45 Rlx returning Alerrlck right tackle Seeell right tacklo Cross land right tacklo Quarter Abilene Big Spring Fourth Merrlck left guard 2 yards for first Segell right euwd Merrlck left guard Merrick right Segeil punted 40 Browne making no Bryan right end Wells went througii left guard for S yards and first Compton left guard Wells left end It yards for first Hodges for ton left end Hodees right end Jc T Bronne lost 5 yards around laud first Hodges off left end and Wells gained It bacsj tackle Compton lelt on tho next Walters then and first Wells left guan passed H yards to Brjcsi who ran 32 yards for a Brvan failed to kick The second counter came In the third An exchange ot punts and Brownes dashing return of Segclls kicks adding many yards to Abllenes Browne returned Segells 38yard Punt 24 Two first downs carrifC tha ball to the 11yard Bryan clrclel the wing position for 7 yards and a touchdown following gains of 1 and 3 yards by Wells and Bryan placekicked The third touchdown came in the last period followinj a steady march down the Five first downs fa a row carried bail to the 8yard Hodges smash ed left tacklo for 4 and fol lowed with plunge for I yards over right Wells hit right tackle for 2 a touch Bryan failed to kick Grassland and Big Spring lilt the Abilene line steadily for fairly good Several first downs were made by the plunging backs in the drives against the Abllena was able to hold fairly how and Bis was held in her own territory the greater of the First Segell kickeft 45 Browne returning Browne left end 4 Ccmpton left tacklo Ab llena puiallied a Compton left end lost pryan punted 33 Crossland returning Mer rick fumbled on a right end losing 2 taekla Sescll punted out Abilenes 20yard Compton leit tackle Wells riht end Bryan punted SS yards out of Merrlck right tackle Merrlck left Buard Merrick to gain over I right Segell punted to on tho 10yard line Browne returning 50 Wells right tackle Campion left tackle Walters right tackle for 1 yard and first on a end swung back behind My line to left ios Ins 6 Wells right end ells left tackle Bryan punted 35 to Jlaiwood who was tackled In his Merrick failed to Kaln through right Scgsll rjht tnckle Sejell punted 40 Browne returning Comp Merrlck rignt Crossland rlglit ackle Hodgts off right tackle Wal lers left tackle 9 and first down Hodges left tacklo Hodges right tackle Wells right tnckle for 2 yards end a touchdown Bryan missed Ablleno Big Spring Well kicked off Cross land Segell Hint tackle Crossland left end 11 on a was tackled by Hodges after mnklng first Merrick right tacklo Merrlck right tackle Crossland right tackle Sesell puuled 29 Comp ton returning Wells oft right tackle Hodges right tacklo Hodges off left tackle 3 and first Walters passed 4 yards to Wells left tackle 6 and first down as the game The lineups and Harris ends Oldham anS tackles borneand guards center quarterback Comp toa and hafbackaAVaU fullback Big rolling ana iTiViln ends Johnson and B Car tackles Arnelt and E guards center quarterback Harwo and halfbacks umpire Kuhn Union 104 IV and hendlinpsman Tha Abileno Big Sprier First 0 IS ton left tackle Walters to Touchdowns Bryan Eagles Score Almost Equal to 1923 Work lIAVE WM3D T3P The Abilene rutlnins neck and neck with their 1323 sea Up o the present me the state high school fcotbal champions of have played two grid making a total of 53 UL ea was defeated 49 to 0 In the opening contest nnd Big the ball hitting a Big Spring downed the prevenling though the bali Trent over to Morrison ihen klckeiout of bounds on his own 27 yard Walling gained 4 yards on a Una Reiser ran around right end for a 22 yard and planted the ball on Trin stpllenwerck ss of a five yards for but Corteme through right end for a In tho second period on a kick againrt the Stollenwerck Trinity gttting the ball on 35 yord The Tigers completed a short rass ror a three yard and then Morrison from the 32 yard with tha dropped kicked over tho Mustangs joal post tar the lone Trinity Keep Ball In The Mustangs managed to keep tha ball in the Trinity territory for the entire third after the ball on an intercepted only to rain It back toon wards by completed a pass to Stollenwcrck for first down on the 23 yard line After Walling bad gained fow yardson Coooh Morrison of the ten In some freshmen and Continued on Page TUXAS Trammel Spraguo DayvaiUt Pfannkuchi Berry Thompson Allen Foster Wright Slover JIarlcy c rt re qb Ihb rhb Wyatt c Bray Thrasher Avery Hoeers Grttrilh it was Abi lene Browne left end lost Wells left end Walters pasts 11 yards to Bryan who ran 32 yards for a Bryan missed Bonn kicked off 45 Crossland returning Thequar ter ended before another play was set In Abilene Spring Second Mcrrlck left end Segell left Crossland left tackle right guard 3 yards The principal diffsrracB in tha 183 and tho present season Is tho score of ho Stamford Tho fciatntord crew was much Btronir cr In IS2J than In he opening frame bcrn last pe At the f rst Segel tight acMe wonderful CrOSSIrillrf tfphf 1 right g Merrlck left tackle Big Spring Segell punted 32 Browne re turning Walters to Wells Compton left tackle Wnljare runlnc nicv tcrs passed IS Daniels during the advancing 6 for flrit d Sccre by periods 14 7 0 Phillips 0 o c Texas scoring 2 Sub stitute for Points from Dame Carlisle Field Washington Ohio Clyde Is WinneTof Game On Friday Heathi iyii enn jierclcx his fighting litilldocj invaded I left tackle Scsell punted 271 Winters last Friday and came out with the his end ot a 126 The Winters was rtopwl to win by th Clyde frns and had the Abllnos eleven was in much ncttor working few fumbles resulting this Tn 1923 ono fumble followed another in rapid onVr In thi Initial nc countlnK for the close Illg Spring WAS defeated List 55 to nt Big Sprinf With Ward nt the helm this Ktason the especially hero Bffr Spring the Anson probably stronger thar thi ia ono year tho part of tuck Browno rkco will IiHnc ih T from niVltfr 3 and first Ablleno fumtint receiving bled and Big recovered her 9yard Merrlck right tacklo Segell right tackle 2 and first Segell right tnckle Harwood left end Merrlck of or TODXVS KAMI TO III I1KCEIVEB intcd 271 Pliy by rloraph rcporti Wells WnshinstonXew Yorlc eft end 3 Walters to world at Wnshtncton intercepted on Bli Springs 42ynnl i retnriilng Merrlck edge on hut the offense ofiticklo RU right Rlx by the BulMovi rould not hepight end Crosslnnd right tackle checked untilhe period Whon 3 yards and tlrst Rlx left Winters crossed the EM line for their sore The game played In Winters territory inert of lht time nnd the passln of TSr plenty of thrllk fu two teams Licet ished Tho lackle lea end lost Qu ter Abilene lllg Spring Third Bssoll Itlckedoif 40 Wells afternoon At leftjlllo fotton it H man tackle Xo will bo rut tans will li oviwrleil lo Vhip into iiolp for tho rh cims will start nt I p returning Browne left end 38 yards nnl nt Clydej fjrst Walters left tacklo 2 right tnckle Bryan left Additional Sports On Page Four   

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