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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 15, 1939, High Point, North Carolina J5undav, october 15, 1939 the High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry chg ii Point North Carolina v Voe thirteen Sec. A i ii a braves go have what takes in the clutch a own As Lewis mashes Over 68-Yard-drive of Yow men ends with score from Onea Ard line by Marse Grant it took them four frames too it but High Point colleges hinted panthers Are proudly 111ititr Over in the win column his morning after last night s to Triumph Over a lighting Wiliam and Mary eleven from Norfolk in a game played be Bre a sizeable crowd of fans to braved the Crisp night air. A 68 Yard drive Early in the cond period was the Lone tally Teh night for the panthers a try Lewis freshman halfback it a Erie. Pa., went Over from one Yard line after a lunge trough Center by Mickey codeine for la Yards had carried the Ismen to this Point. I Isi los Thim Vii \ the visitors threatened to score in i the last Quarter but a Stout inter Forward Wall repulsed is drive which fell Short on the foot line. The braves tossed Mea All night and Only in the period did they prove effects a inc to f a ? f Peterson carried the invaders this Point where they forced give the a 11 Over to High int on Downs Early part of tile first Quarter e game was marred by finn and poor punting by both fins in ugh High Point Quot As on the be. Brown kicked to Sinclair Arney on High Point .12 Yard where Homey hobbled hut refer. On the first play i from left to right Jim Mallory of North Carolina. Frutig of Michigan. Al Krueger of Southern California and Ken Kavanaugh of Louisiana state illustrate Quot glue fingered a pass reception. All night for the braves was Classy in his return of the boots of Homey. Several reverse plays attempted by the virginians were smeared at the line of scrimmage by a stubborn purple and White firewall. Invaders pitch in a Gallant Effort to pull up via ripped through the Center even with their opponents the the line to i i Yards i bravos took to the air in the Fin Pio drive Al Quarter slinging no less than in the first play of the second i6 attempts into the zone. Start Lov it Ter Mickey Cochrane who had a red the game for Joe Petasek shed right guard for another it Down \ a a \ to pay Horney to Watts pushed per into the virginian s Terry. Lewis and Cochrane col rated in lugging the Hall to 19 Yard Stripe where it was t Down. Groswald on a re e through left tackle picked seven. Lewis on another at Ted reverse around left end two. But then Mil key Coch a smacked through Center for n Yards to the three Yard Lewis made two in his first at left guard and at his and crack went Over from the Yard line. Douglas Case in 1 the game and split the up to with m perfect place kick it the panthers into the Lead a a they never gave up. He halftime w whistle robbed the thers of another touchdown. Period ended with the High it club on the William Aud y five Yard line. The futile e carried 5 5 Yards and was ured by some Plain and fancy Ting by Joe p tack. A 16 Yard by Vernon Forney and a timed pm its from j in Nile re to Douglas i n c. This Are it it the a k on the Nice Yard from j i plat e Petasek ged through the Middle of line to the five. Where the die ended test Vitie to third Quai it provided lit excitement with High Point rating to a kit King game and visitors mixing a pass attack an occasional run. Jack i a Tennessee smashes Chattanooga 28 to 0 Chattanooga Tenn Ort. 14.�? up a obviously pointing toward their Date with Alabama next week Tennessee a volunteers played tinder wrap today to Down Chattanooga a moccasins. 2s to 0, before 8,000 spectators. Tennessee launched Only one sustained drive. Except for that Brief flurry the volunteers were anything hut the powerhouse that howled aside All opposition last year. After one punt Exchange. George bad news Cafego sparked a 85-Yard March for a touchdown and Leonard Coffman plunging Over from the Chattanooga 2-Yard line. Thereafter tile attack of Tennessee a varsity bogged Down completely hut Heads a. A. U. Started the second Quarter. Ing on their own 15, the invaders began. Tolson stepped Back and pitched one to Peterson for 28 Yards. Moore then went into the tossing role and finally put the Ball in scoring position on High Point 18 hut after three tries in a Row. The Hall went Over to the panthers on Down. Forney then kicked but again the braves resorted to the air. A Beautiful toss from Brickler to Peterson went to the panthers one foot line but then the Wall of purple and White shirts braced. A last play into the line was smeared by the entire Center of it was revived when a new team the High Point line. So Orth shots the panthers at times looked grand but ruggedness was also noticeable. A new punter was uncovered in Hank a cwt the versatile boy from Erie. Jerry Counihan Aud Bruiser Johnson at tackles were a Power. A a ditto Watt and dem my at ends Nephew of old Nap Rucker Paul a Lutler received a wrist Brooklyn Southpaw. Johnny has injury w hich May prove to be i by a clocked in 9.9. For the 100 serious. Rill Bennett local boy ?ar4 dash. Looked Good in his Stead. The. Pass defense for High Point just Wasny to there on Many occasions be Demov. During the game. Arthur Sassu pc Griswold shifty halfback from j Rhu was. Children a Home was very offer in Petasek. Live on the reverses. The score by periods fast Man new York inns a John Rucker who will try to make the Grade next year with the new York giants As an outfielder is a Orff to c Moore Brown Brown Sutton Louis Dibenedetto of new Orleans became the first southerner to head the National a. A. U. In its 50-year history when he succeeded judge Samuel e. Hoyt of new Haven who was killed in an Auto crash. Erskine stops Wofford club spirit of the winners was More be possible for their Victory than inv other one thing. Lineup and summary pos. Left to c Rort High Point Watts. Johnson Forney. Altier. Boles. Counihan. High Point. 0 7 0 0-7 William and Mary. Too 0�?0 scoring Lewis touchdown Case place Kirk. Extra Point substitutions High Point Horney. Griswold. Cochrane. Bennett Case. Zuras Mills. Weiner. Earle. Sandusky. William and Bary Brickler Dee Baker. Hudgins j Tolson. Wezella officials referee Rogers w Al. Shapiro j Umpire Reynolds Lenoir Rhyne head Mccarthy j Linesman. Jamieson Guilford William and Mary. Peterson. Warren notice to relative to new the Public phone directory please Call Telephone number 2429 tomorrow and report any mistakes in Telephone number name initials or address in your listing in the present Telephone directory. Look up your name and report tomorrow any inaccuracy. If you do not have a Telephone this would be a Good time to have one installed so you will be listed in the new directory. More than 5000 others find a Telephone of great value you would too. High Point subscribers please dial 2429 Thomasville subscribers please dial 385 North state Telephone company Grid results conference gets even foreign break South Tulane 7 Fordham 0. Holy Cross 13 Georgia 0. Auburn 7 miss. State 0. Georgia tech 35 Howard 0. North Carolina 14 n. Y. U. 7. Furman 7 the Citadel 0. Tennessee 281 Chattanooga 0. Virginia 12 Maryland 7. Kentucky 59 Oglethorpe 0. Virginia tech 6 William and Mary 6. Hampden Sydney 82 Guilford o. Virginia military in to. 20 Vanderbilt is. Alabama 20 Mercer o. Ventral Michigan teachers in Eastern Kentucky teacher i i Mississippi i Centenary it. Washington and la e 7 southwestern Tenn Erskine 6 Wofford Wake Forest 82 Carolina state o. Louisiana state in. 7 High cent Mary Norfolk Kast Dartmouth t Navy of tie. Cen ii to x ale o. Pittsburgh it Duke 18. Army 6 Columbia 6, tie. Cornell 20 Princeton 7. Manhattan o. 18 Syracuse 18. Brown to. Texas Christian tar heels whip n.y.u., but Duke loses heart breaker to Bitt 1jo� 7 o North Hico o. William and Branch o. Duquesne 7 Georgetown tailgate it Temple Iii la Catholic c. La Detroit 18. Penn state it Lehigh 7. Scranton ill c. C. X. V. O. In Knell 15 Albright o. Western Reserve 19 Boston c. 14. Richmond a Rhode Island Rutgers of tie. 40 Brooklyn o. Tufts 7. Hamilton 6. Lafayette to. Edwards Beautiful offensive work Sparks seeders to 6-u \ Ardiet i e West s. A. Oct. 14 a he a coach Jakie Todd s scrappy Erskine seeders climaxed a Homecoming program today by coordinating effective Aerial and ground work to defeat Wofford. 6-0. John Edwards defensive work plus an Al exhibition of punting Aud end around runs was outstanding for the seeders. On the first play of the second i period Burris passed to Joe cot i ten for 12 Yards and the touch a Down. Simonton try for the extra Point was wide and Low. I after that the game settled Down i to defensive tactics and play Cen-1 tired in Midfield for a greater j part of the period. A punt Exchange left the Fleet on its own to from which was launched the first threat. Edwards on an end run made 20 Yards to the Wofford 40 and Burris pass to Edwards was i Ood for 20 More. Thornberg and Edwards on several line lays moved the Ball to the of Ord nine. Thornberg cracked Brough to the five hut Wofford eld and the Ball went to the i terriers on Downs. Wofford failed to gain and a Bort kick set the stage for the Erskine score. With the Ball on the 16, Burk substitute Buck j aced around end for 20 Yards j and added two More on the next Day As tile Quarter ended. I the lineups pos. Wofford Erskine let Covington. Edwards it. Turner. Mccain la. Workman. Phillips Robertson. Long to. Stockdale. Simonton it Atwater. Nesbit re a Youngue. Gotten or. Eltas. Burria my. Maness. Robertson he. Hicks. Walters ,., Burnett. Thornberg score by periods Erskine. 0 6 0 0�?8 Wofford. 0 0 0 0�?0 Erskine scoring touchdown. Cotton. Substitutions Erskine Coon. Burke Beaty Pressly Watts Smith Wofford Moore. Rouquie Barman referee Rogers. The Citadel Umpire i Lutz St Johns head Nesman. Raw a son. Georgia Field judge reams i Clemson. Ii. A i. Down he e Baton Rouge la oct. 14.1�?1.? a taking to the air in a wild first half of flying footballs jibe Louisiana state University Tiger tonight Defeated the Rice owls 7 to o before to too Chilly fans in a Gams full of costly i tumbles. A homebody hero r a in. V i v say it ainu to True. Charlie Here Scharlie Keller world series hero of the new York Yankees doing Kitchen police in his Frederick md., Home just like any Ordinary husband. Richmond va., oct. up a Southern conference football squads broke even in three my intersection Al tests today North Carolina whipping new x Ork i., Duke losing to Pittsburgh and Richmond pin ing Rutgers to a a i deadlock. Carolina s tar heels counted twice in the final period to Ansi out the \ inlets i 1-7. The Victory was tin fourth in a Row for North Carolina. Duke saw Pitt come from by Hind twice to win 14-13. The loss was the first for the Blue devils since 1987 and gave the panthers a 21 Edge in the current series Between the two potent rivals. Richmond kept its undefeated record intact with a fish tie de Ciszon against an also unbeaten Rutgers club. Both teams counted on aerials in the last two minutes of play. The Southern conference scored one of its inn victories Over a Southeastern Loop member when Virginia military Institute went on a third period scoring splurge to heat Vanderbilt. 20-13. lost its first game of the season to Virginia 12-7. Furman of Ned its conference Campaign with a 7-0 win Over the Citadel. Washington and Lee battled southwestern to a 7-7 tie Anil William and Mary also fought x Irginia tech to a surprising 0-0 stalemate. South Cand Ina won a Loop Victory Oxer Davidson last night 7-0. V. C. State and Wake Forest met tonight. Clemson was Idle this week end. Amherst 20 Williams 20 Muhlenberg 7 rates to northeastern 7. Morris Harvey 2m w est Vir Ginia xxx Wesleyan 14. Alfred it Buffalo o. Gettysburg of Drexel 7. Washington and Jefferson 7 Wooster o. Bowdoin 19 Wesley an 7. Rensselaer poly. 20 Rochester o. Washington col. 15 Johns Hopkins o. Randolph Maeon is american o. Mohall 20 Hartwick o. Trinity Conn 17 Worcester 7. Norwich 17 coast guard 7. I sinus i Penn military 0. X Ormont 0 Colby 0. Swarthmore 27 Susquehanna 12. Clarkson 8 Springfield o. Union 81 Middlebury 7. Dickinson 18 la Lawn ii 7. Lebanon \ Alley 8 Franklin and Marshall 7. Indiana a teachers 20 Edinboro teachers 0. In Geek Haven teachers 19 Kutztown teachers 0. Maine of new Hampshire 0. Bergen 20 Wagner 20. Of. St. Merj a a 21 Western mar Laud 0. Connecticut 7 Massachusetts state 6 Clarion 18 Thiel 0. Slippery Hock teacher 14 xxx est minister 13. Green Mountain j. C. La new x Ork aggie 7. Montclair in Millersville 0. Fairmont state 7 California a tear Liers o. East Stroudsburg teacher 20 teachers 7. Hof St Ca 7 Blue Ridge 2. Potomac state 18 Shepherd o. Midwest notre Dame 20 Southern methodist to. Ohio state 18 Northwestern of Harvard i Chicago o. Indiana 14 Wisconsin 0, Michigan 27 Iowa 7. Purdue 18 Minnesota 18. Marquette 17 Michigan stale i i. Nebraska to Iowa state 7. Pulitzer prize Winker Oliver Lafarge wed to Consuelo Baca new a a Ork oct. 14.�?fjp a a Oliver la Farge author and authority on american indians wan married today to miss Consuelo Baca socially prominent literary agent. La fast ing boy Quot in 1910. American affairs. Miss Baca is the d or. Marguerite p. Bai be n. M., who served As Secretary of state of a Navajo Quot the laugh won the Pultzer prize he is president of the association of Indian an autograph with Teeth in it Jock Mcavoy British middleweight Champion with gloves on his hands uses his Teeth to sign autograph for member of territorial auxiliary Reserve in London. Green Bay new York seen tops in football circuit bears Mentor picks them to win respective divisions o. the late to Aughter of a of Santa two terms new mexi a Baca a it inter ate. Lieutenant governor of the Japan faces a water Short i i tier 18 George Washington ii. Walpur Jiin of 18 Indiana state 12. De Pati Ivo Evansville 0. Eat ilium 9 Wabash la. I poly 88 Franklin 9. Manchester 7 Hanover o. Central Mich Normal 28 Defiance o. Ferris 19 Lawrence tech i i. Carnegie Zeeh 21 l ase 0. Ohio Northern 7 Heidelberg o. Capital 7 howling Green h. Kent slate ii mount in Ion to tie. Denison 27 Kenyon 9. Wittenberg 82 Bluffton o. Ohio Wesleyan 12 Ohio i. 7. Toledo 2<t North Dakota 7. I India 21 a Bland o. Mal shun Ai Miami of xxx eaten Michigan state teacher to Akron 0. Missouri it a Hington i. To i. Kait state 20 Colorado 0. Baldwin Wallace 18 grand rapids 9. Illinois College 14 Elm burst <1. Cornell la 88 Beloit i. Teien ers 81 Iowa stale teacher 7. St. Ola 8 Luther 0, St. John 25 i on. Ain 0. Gustavus Adolphus 18 Ham line 7. Coe 7 Monmouth 7. Knox 12 i Uke Forest i. Northern state teachers 2fi Spearfish Normal 0. Pei ii teachers 0 Kearney teacher 0. Michigan tech 7 Northern Wisconsin teacher i. Albion 51 Adrian o. Hillsdale i Kalamazoo o. Olivet 81 St. Mary a Midi to. Dekalb 19 Wheaton 7. Ellendale Norma ii Mayville 18. Soith Vest Oklahoma 21 Texas 12. Oklahoma x. A i. 9 Tulsa 7. Arkansas state 7 Southern Iii hoi. Normal to. Baylor 19 Arkansas 7. Texas a. A in. 88 x Ilia Nova 7. Rimko Mountain i Tab 85 Brigham Young 18. Kansas 7 Colorado state o. Colorado Milles to Greet state 8. Far West of icon 0 California it. F. Of California at to Angeles it Stanford la. Southern California 2fi Illinois o. Washington state la Washington to. Oregon state la u. Of Portland 12. Montana a Montana state 0. Idaho Southern tit Compton Cal or. College 0. Negro at new Orleans la Lemoyne Memphis 2 Valier 7. To Nashville Tenn Fike 0 t Lark 81. I a Tauta a Smith Carolina state College 0 Morris brow ii College 12. At fort x Alley a Florida a annul a Industrial Institute 88 fort Valle College 7. Chicago Nib a George Hal As the far seeing gent who could see something to professional football when nobody else could see it with a Telescope rates the Brooklyn dodgers As the most improved Ball club in the National professional football league but he does no to see How the new York giants can be beaten Tor the title in the Eastern division. A and Washington feels they Lave an improved Ball club so How can you make the dodgers any better than third in that division Philadelphia will be a greatly improved team with Davey o Brien chucking passes for or. Balas was interrupted by a question As to what he thought of Davey of Briens chances to make Good in professional football. A i think hell make Good. Philadelphia will let him play the Way he likes to play and give him All the Protection they can. He a a great Ball player and i think hell prove sizing up the Western division of the league Hales favors Green Bay to repeat As champions although he thinks that Detroit and his club have an excellent Chance to upset the dope. Here again he was interrupted by a question this time a query a to whether he would rate both Green Bay and Detroit above the bears. Praise gds Henderson it think so a said or. Hales not so positively As he did at first. Quot Green Bay has a Young club and on the basis of their Victor a Over the cardinals in the opening game of the season you be got to put Detroit up t he Chicago bears manager coach seconded the impression that Gus Henderson who came to to Lions from the los Angeles bulldogs May be the coaching Surprise of the league. Asked whether Henderson spread formation would be successful in the league halts replied Quot that Isnit his Best formation. His teams have always run Best from a close formation and against the cardinals he Only used the spread As for the cardinals Halas think that their 21-13 defeat at the hand of Detroit was no fair indication of the kind of team they have this year. A a they be got a Good Ball club and they a Young said a in conclusion. Advertise resources Missoula Mont. Inns a Montana state University a grizzlies Are a Good advertisement for the states Mineral resources. The grizzlies colors Are Copper Silver and Gold and the football uniforms will be of these three hues. Just neighbors East Lansing Mich. Inns a Bill stack Captain of the Yale football team and Ronald ailing Captain of the Michigan state eleven live next door to each other in East Lansing. They were opponents on the Gridiron for stack attended East Lansing High and ailing went to Lansing Central. Where they came from new York inns a More players from mid Western colleges Are listed on the National football league rosters than it pm any other sector. A total of 149 were developed in the mid West 79 in Hie East 72 in the Southwest 57 in Hie far w est 50 in the South ant 26 in the Rocky Mountain area. Soi Thern Cal Vic tors jaspers i Ose to Duquesne los Angeles oct. 14.�? i j new York Ort. 14.�?fjp a a Southern California trojans Manhattan attack faltered twice rolled rough shod Over the uni within the ten Yara line today. Verify of Illinois today defeat lug the mini 26 to 0 before a i Iowa of 60.ooo, a the jaspers bowed to Duquesne University 7-0, before a mall crowd at the Polo grounds. Is maning to gris i i n7 opens Loch few Quality service and prices Are without an equal let us serve you photo engravers 17 East Commerce St. Phone 3617

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