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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 29, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Tage ten Sec. Athe High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry High Point North Carolina october 29. 19.19three unbeaten teams toppled in hectic Hay a before Ness Furman overcomes stiff Davidson opposition for Victor buckeyes Bow tubule takes measure of Mississippi to narrow undefeated Field by Herb Barker new York get. 28.�? pm Ohio state Penn and Mississippi slipped off tile unbeaten path today but most of the other football Powers survived to fight another Day. No previous saturday of this dizzy season has furnished quite go Many fire works. There were Long runs All along the line and fist cuffing in at least two major Hall games both by coincidence j in new York. Ohio state hailed As one of the country s greatest machines fell before unbeaten Cornell s Ivy leaguer 23-14. As a crowd of 50. J too looked on at Columbus. Ohio state scored 14 Points before the easterners began to Roll but before the big red was through it had scored More Points than any previous Ohio state opponent since Francis Schmidt began to coach the buckeyes. Heels in Penn was a victim of North Carolina s Brilliant tar heels who took advantage of every Opportunity and piled up a 30-6 score on the bewildered quakers. Jim Sweet halftime threw three touchdown passes and scored himself. Mississippi s defeat was no particular Surprise since the rebel encountered Tulane s powerful Green wave. Paced by Boh Kellogg. Who dashed 106 and 21 Yards to touchdowns the Green wave won 18-6. The East enjoyed another Good Day on the intersection Al front. Not Only did Cornell pull one out of a hat. Hut new York Cyniver alumni Here i Nursal Rev. Carolina alumni will meet Here on thursday painting giant liner in mid flight coming Here a Henry Bud Hudson Pitcher on the i diversity of North Carolina baseball team will be present for a meeting of Carolina sly stopped Georgia. 14-13, in a game enlivened by some Impromptu boxing matches Villanova whipped Arkansas on Joe Belott a 82-Yard run. And crippled Columbia trounced Virginia military 26-7, despite a 95-Yard run by Bosh Pritchard. On the other Side of the Ledger however notre name nipped Carnegie tech 7-6, As John Mcintyre Center blocked what might have been the tying Point after Carnegie a touchdown. Clemson even without the service of Banks Mcfadden. Was too Tough for Navy Aud won. 15-7. While Tom Harmou running for three touchdowns paced Michigan to an expected 27-7 route of Yale. Undefeated Kentucky gave the South another Triumph in whipping Xavier of Cincinnati 21-0. Pitt Falls in the East Fordham took advantage of one big break and neared its first Victory Over Pittsburgh 27-13. With the score tied at 13-13 in the fourth Quarter and j Pitt on the Fordham hire. Dick Caniano s Fumble was picked out of the air by Vince Deanery and i the Fordham end ran 99 Yards to a touchdown. That broke the pan thers resistance. Dartmouth with Bill Hutchinson in the starring role easily whip Fhy a Harvard 1610 Princeton ran Over Brown. 26-12 holy Cross buried Colgate 27-7, and Georgetown protected its unbeaten record with a 7-0 decision Over George Washington. Syracuse and Penn state played to a 6-6 draw As army and Boston College i scored Over minor rivals. Lafayette finally found its scoring punch i and burled Gettysburg 40-0. Rut j get took the first game of the a Middle three series from Lehigh 20-6, Aud Wesleyan stopped Amheist 19-14, in the opening i game of the a Little three Cham j Pion ship. In the South. Louisiana state Georgia tech and Alabama All a cored Southeastern conference victories. Louisiana Defeated Vanderbilt. 12-6 Georgia tech came from behind to top Auburn 7-6. I and Alabama held on to defeat j Mississippi state. 7-0. Florida whipped Maryland of the South pm conference 14-0, while powerful Tennessee s 18th consecutive Victory was a routine 17-0 con a quest of Mercer. Devils la St make it Dukes Blue devils barely made the Southern conference Grade against Little Wake Forest winning 6-0 on we Mcafee second period touchdown. Washington amp Lee howled Over Virginia tech. 6-0 Furman stopped Davidson , and Richmond topped the Citadel 19-0 in other conference games. Non conference Virginia trounced William and Mary 26-6. Paul Soper 7 4-Yard run helped Northwestern trip Illinois 13-0. While Nile Ken Nick tos de three touchdown passes to give Iowa a 19-13 Victory Over Wisconsin. Undefeated Nebraska in Over Kansas state 25-9, and Missouri tripped Iowa state 21-6, in big six duels As powerful Oklahoma. Taking the Day off from conference Competition routed Oklahoma a and m., 4 1-0. Baylor could not Cope with Texas a. And And tile unbeaten United aggie earned an easy 20-0 decision. Texas turned on the heat in the final Quarter to whip Rice 26-12, As Jack Crain dashed so Yards for one of the scores Texas Christian finally won a game trouncing Centenary 21-0. Held scoreless during the first half. Southern californian trojans turned on the heat in the third Quarter piled up 20 Points and went on to trounce California. 26-0, in the leading Pacific coast game of the Day. Oregon state remained unbeaten with a 13-0 Conquest of Washington state and la. C. L. A., also undefeated stopped Oregon 166, with the negro stars Kenny Washington and Jack Robinson showing the Way. Washington upset Stanford 8-5. Purdue suffered its second defeat bowing to Santa Clara 13-6 As the Broncos pushed Over the winning touchdown Early in the fourth Quarter Denv Ain favored Utah to a 7-7 draw. A the High Point chapter of the University of North Carolina alumni association will hold a smoker at the Elwood hotel next thursday night november 2. Beginning at 8 of clock it was announce d yesterday by Brooks Reitzel president of the chapter. Chuck Erickson Backfield coach of the University a football j team and Henry Bud Hudson Stellar Pitcher on the tar Heel baseball Tesfan last season will he present for the meeting and will j speak briefly. In addition pictures of a Carolina football game of this season will be a flown with efforts underway to secure the Carolina Tulane pictures. All u. N. C. Alumni in the Community have been extended an invitation to be present at this informal get together gathering. Grid results Houth Georgia term 7. Auburn 6. Tennessee it Mercer to. Alabama 7, Mississippi slate 0. J tubule in Mississippi 6. Duke to Wake Forest the a hint Ltd and ism a Virginia tech o. Roanoke i Dickinson la. Richmond 111, tile Citadel o. J Hginia 2d. W h Ila Iii mid Mary ii. Forman in Davidson it. Florida 14, Maryland o. Ii it Point la w Offord 3. Louisiana state University 12, Vanderbilt d. Tennessee tech 15, wis ten Ness a teacher la. Morehead teachers 7, East Kentucky teacher d. West Kentucky teacher 2ft. Middle Tennessee teachers 2. Loii Siville to Centre la lie. William Ami Mary Norfolk 7, Kat Carolina teacher i. Shetley shines woman a College holds first in 15-0 tilt annual High so Hoot girls Day Mexico protests u. S. Patrol boat decided in 4th fighting wildcats hold off Hurricane drive until final period Davidson oct. 28.�? up a Davidson a dogged football team which guarded her goal line for three quarters like the sea does her secrets broke Down in the fourth period this afternoon before Furman snagging attack and bowed to defeat 15-0. High Point senior High students Lake part in All Day program charged special to the Enterprise Greensboro. Oct. 28.�?Al proximately 200 girl athletes from representative High schools North Carolina gathered at i Many a College saturday for till first state wide High school girl play Day sponsored by the North j Carolina girls High school Phi Shoal education association. The program of the morning Hor near the German freighter i "clade1d a general meeting have Ned brought pointed com 01k�?o" a lion ply ment from the War department that it was fully capable of patrolling Mexico s coasts. Senator Mauro Angulo gunboat Erie till entering port without government permission Mexico City oct. 28�? it a the presence of the United states i gunboat Erie in Manzanillo bar a the German a morning play period on the Vii mans College athletic Field Felting hockey soccer and recreational sports and an informal do period to the College Pool quoted As saying he would pro-1 luncheon was served to the Visi was Davidson. Ort. 2.�? apr Statis tics of the Furman Davidson 1 game furn Day son first Downs. 19 5 Yards gained Rushing to 56 Forward passes attempted in 19 Forward passes completed 4 4 Yards by fwd. Passing. 52 22 b is. Lost attempt fwd. Passes 27 5 punting average. 25 is punt returns yardage. Is 2 fumbles. 4 2 fumbles recovered. 2 4 bards lost by penalties. Is 30 heavily favored to take the game in a Breeze the furans were repulsed repeatedly for three periods then recovered to sew up the Hall game with three Quick j said to be incorrect. I pose that the foreign relations office make a formal report As to i whether the Erie previously had j obtained permission to put in at a mexican port. J an authoritative report said the Erie followed the Havel land when i the German vessel quietly left j Costa Rica october 8. Presumably j for the Panama canal where she i failed to appear. War office officials were quoted in today a newspapers As saying however. That mexican naval authorities had not permitted and would not permit foreign ships to patrol mexican coasts. Reports that the Erie was keeping the Havel land tinder surveillance were we were told to paint or drown Quot reported the ship s Cook who finally broke the mystery of toward Neutral Murmansk Russia. _. To Slung override. Biol by adn was Hoof foam thrown up by the Bremen Speed. Fast army thirs it us 13. Clemson 15, Navy 7. Holy Cross 27, Colgate 7. New York University 14, Cor be Dokia 13. Dirr Mouth id Harvard o. Ford Ham 27, Pittsburgh i. North Carol Naal Penn to. Penn state d. Syracuse to tic. Princeton 20, Broun 12. Notre dam 7, Carnegie tech to. Columbia 2d. V. M. I. 7. Villano a 7, Arkansas to. Boston civil lege 2h, St Ait Seltun to. Rutger 2ft, Lehigh d. Lowell textile 7. City College new York to. Cor Clown 7, George Washington to. Wesley la. Amherst of. Hates to Maine 0. A Hoaglu 2d, i pasta to. Waynesburg a West Virginia Wesleyan o. Tuft i i. Williams 12. Washington College 13, Juniata to. Hamilton 7. Rochester 6. Bowdoin d. Colby to. Montclair n. J. Teachers 8. Fast Stroudsburg pit. Teachers to. Spring Field 13, Providence to. Niagara in St. I jaw retire to. Connecticut 25, Buffalo 7. Kent state 8. Lit Hart to. Middleton 12, Norwich o. Randolph Macon 7, Drexel to. A Chanon Valley St Penn off year elections May show effects of War on politics Center of attention will spotlight California anti Ohio notes rail by Jack Washington. Ort. 28.�? a off year elections in More than a dozen states on tuesday. Nov. 7. May provide first hand info i mation on How the european War is affecting the american Politi i Cal scene. I much interest will Center on the efforts of strongly organized groups in California and Ohio to enact constitutional amendments i liberalizing old age pension pay a ments. Political strategists expect to glean from the results of these j elections some idea of How Ris ing employment and brightened economic Outlook partly influenced by the Prospect of War or i Ders has affected the widespread Tim id demand for increased assistance i error s to the aged new jerseys vote i on a $21,000,000 Bond Issue for Relief also will be watched on i this score. A mayoral election in Phila a Delphia w Here the republicans Hope to Start a snowball rolling Down the Hill toward the 1940 presidential race Iii Pennsylvania and a mixed up Al Cio affair in san Francisco Promise to pro vide most of the political fire i works for the Day. A couple of i congressional elections one in Pennsylvania and the other in w York also have attracted attention. There also is contest for the democratic nomination in the first congressional District of South Carolina with mrs. Thom i As s. Mcmillan widow of the 1 late representative among the i contenders. J other political weather vane a which will he watched closely. The contest for the gov chair in Kentucky. Thrusts. Dave Spencer reared in the tradition of determined football at barium Springs and recognized last year As Davidson a Best freshman athlete took Over a goodly share of the duties of Granny Sharpe and helped keep the Hurri cans Hack at Midfield with repeated punts from the Shadow of the goal posts. Sha bpm no inspiration held out of the game in the first period Sharpe was rushed in during the second and third periods but scoring Hall rolling j the furans with Captain to ten Shelley doing the greater part i of the offensive work were a con i Stant threat to the wildcats. They j drove from Midfield in the final Quarter to the Davidson five Yard line hut were thrown Hack when Frank Niven recovered Shelley Fumble of a had pass from Center. The cats punted out but Spencer kid carried too much Back spin bounced on the Davidson 4�?T land rolled Hack to the Davidson 37 where it was downed by Jay Boun. Shetley a first pass to Lloyd j Coley fell incomplete but on the j next play he faked a reverse and went Down to the Davidson 15, hit i the Middle of the line still a fourth time and was brought Down on the 10-Yard line by gales Mcclintock. These officials said mexican Navy patrol boats themselves had taken cognizance of the presence of the Havel land and had watched fhe vessel until she dropped Anchor in Manzanillo Harbor. United states ambassador Josephus Daniels said he a had no Theen informed what the Erie was doing in the Harbor. Lipscomb Brazil. Bac in. Culbertson. Walters. Foltzer. Davidson ends. Smith. Strandwitz j Niven. Crutchfield tackles Hipp. J s unable to Start the March. Johnson Center. I Bagley backs. J. Boun. Almonds i j Sharpe. Shannon. Referee Causey South Carolina urn j pure. Collier Wake Forest headlines a Man. Reeves unattached Field judge i Sanders Washington and Lee. Ing teams in the 5 hut. Sports period included in the afternoon pit Badminton Volley Hall and a swimming Mea oui. Gals for ii these events woj senior physical education St dents at the College. At i o Csc following a roller skating and it Iii dancing hour. A Tea was he when announcements of the score for teams mixed and re organize by colors were made. During the Day leaders of donations represented held Ings to discuss local and St problems of girls athletics. Girls participating from he Point senior High school i Edith heckler Sarah Green by my Snider. Mildred Wood i Jackie Steed. Mildred Jon i Jackie Conrad Lorraine Dushaj Emily herring. Juanita thays Cath Lee n Smith Elsie drowsy Phyllis Freeman. Lula Freela Olean hucks Frances Spry i Othy Barlow Christine Mitch Elizabeth Reid Billie Glover Cille Staton. Owen Wood ii i Ruby Kikes Helen Craven i m of fit Sadie Whitley. They were accompanied i their instructor miss Nell St Ings. According to scientific Falcons a Fly makes j 3 to w Tokes a second a Hee 240 Asp lit a dragonfly. 28 Butterfly. 8. I liver surprised in Theraoun-1 u Miu Talv College 0. States big seven by holding Kwh of a Jed 0 nil Turkey Campaign. Has a better health in Belgium dogs pull Light carts. Are used to Greece has four meatless Day a week in accordance with a government decree. A Switzerland has prohibited the hoarding of food and fuel. It has been estimated that Only one third of ail american i Hll Dren Are born in hospitals. Northeast pm it. Mass. State 7. Worcester twit to. Lafayette to Icett Churg it. I Ihlen Sterg o. Franklin and Marshall 7. Union 2d. Rensselaer poly o. Hampden no Liney 2d, Delate Hie it. Arnold 23, Trenton n. J. Cites 12. Clarkson 13, Scotland n. Normal 7. Indiana a. Teachers 7, Blan Field teachers to. Moravian of Stiss Steliana 0. Tea v. Shipped thurs a. Teachers Bloomburg a. Teachers 0. Davis and Elkins 21, Long Island University 12. Wagner 14. Panzer d. Thiel 7. Westminster o. Glenville state teachers 12, new River state 0. New Britain teachers in new York aggie n. Hiram 2d. Allegheny 6. Washington and Jefferson in Hany o. Hofstra 7, Brooklyn 0. Millersville a. Teachers Shepherd teachers o. Edinboro 12, i la Nee o. Concord 7, Morris Harvey 7 tie. Slippery Rock teachers 13, Grove City it. A elms Hopkins 12, Haver-1 Ford 7. I Shetley takes to the air taking to the air Shetley passed to Coley but the play was broken i up by Dave Spencer. With the goal j line in sight Shetley went Hack in passing position and suddenly j handed the Ball to Pepper Martin who was coming around from the. A right making a dressed up ver to state 7. J Aion of the statue of Liberty play. Aur6ta College 12, University Martin swept around left end to of Wisconsin Extension 0. Cross the goal line standing up upper Iowa la Loras 13. Shetley missed the conversion. St. Thomas St. Paul 51. Con Ray dormant a Kickoff after the Cordia id. J touchdown went Over to the end Detroit t�h1i d2, grand rap zone and the wildcats were Given id to. I the Hall on their own 20. Sharpens Winona teachers in Maura pass to Bolin was Good for two to teachers of Yards before the latter was stopped Assumption 14, Findlay Al. By Shetley. Hut his second pass. Springfield teachers 30, mis j intended for gales Mcclintock. 7 Ami Kahn Tail ring w. Of in plan a la s d. Spacial look 2 garments monday and tuesday any 2 Plain garments dry cleaned and pressed Cash amp carry Washington Street mid est Michigan 27, Bale 7. Cornell 23, Ohio state it. Northwestern is Illinois 0. Bina i Wisconsin 13. Marquette 13, Arizona d. Wabash 8, Georgetown by. 7. My Sot i to 21. Iowa state d. Washington u. Bit. 0, Butler 0 tie. Beau we is. Lawrence tee ii to. Earil urm la. Bose poly 13. Hanover 13, Franklin 7. St. Josephus into. 20, Central id. Normal to. Iowa state teachers id. Coe 0. Cornell la. 25, Grinnell o. Nebraska 25, Kansas state o. Creighton 21. I Tyola la. 13. Albion a Hillsdale 3. Hope 27, Olivet 0. Mulligan state 13, Illinois Wesleyan 7. Toledo Al West Michigan teacher o. W a Neim Akron 12. Carleton in St. Olaf 0. St. Mary s 21. Hamlin o. Maea Loster 20, St. John 13. Mount Union 34, Heidelberg o. Johnn Carroll to Case o. Bowling to pee to to Wittenberg 13. Muski Ngum 20, wooo tar 7. Ashland is. Otterbein o. Ohio University it Dayton o. Swarthmore 12, Oberlin 12 tie. Ohio Wesleyan of Miami o i tie. University Kent tick 21, Xavier o. Pittsburgh kans. Tear hers of Wichita o tie. Bluffton in. Defiance 7. I a South Dakota 21, South Dako Souri mines it. Chillicothe 7, Wentworth 8. North Central 7, Elmhurst 7 de. North Dakota in. North Dakota state 0, Emporia teacher 27, fort Hays state 0. Ripon i i Monmouth 7. Carol 32, Jitt Vorence 7. I Gustavus a Del plots is St. Nor Bert 2. Lacrosse teacher 34, River Falls teachers 7. Stout 10, eau Claire teachers to. Michigan tech 0, Northern Milwaukee teachers to tic. Lake of i est id Minikin 0. Central la 7, Luther d. Milwaukee teacher 0, Northern Illinois teacher it tie. Manchester 20, Valparaiso 18. Southwest Oklahoma Baptist 2m, North Eastern ilk la Bolita state h. Northwest Oklahoma state 7. East Central okla. State d. Texas a. A. By. 20, Baylor o. Texas Christian 21, Centenary to. Texas 20. Rice 12. Oklahoma la Oklahoma a. A by. O. Detroit Iii l Ulsa 7. Ism by Mountain Utah 7, let Enver 7 tie. Colorado state 9, it wit state 0. C Colorado 27, Wyoming 7. Colorado fines 50, Colorado College 7. Regis College 9, Western 1 state to. By o to Tana state ii Idaho Southern d. Far West Southern California 20, California to. Washington a Stanford 5. I us it sit California at los Angeles id Oregon ii. Santa Clara 13, Purdue to. Oregon state 13, Washington state it. Blo tuna 13. Idaho o. Nevada 3, California aggie 0� was intercepted by Johnson Moore i and returned to the Davidson 20. I the Hurricane fumbled on he next play but recovered for a Yard gain. Cowan stopped Shetley at right tackle after the Furman j Back had picked up two More and then Shetley handed the Hall to j Jim Martin on a reverse and he i i later aled to Dan Martin on the i Nale Yard line. Dorman scores Shetley went Back and rifled a i pa5 Down the Middle to Dorman who took the Hall in the end zone i j for another touchdown. Shetley j j kicked the Point j again Hugh Wofford kicked off to Bolin on the 15 and he brought the Hall Back to the 25. Sharpe j was stopped by Tom Crouse for a Yard loss and on the next play a completed pass from Sharpe to Johnny Stanwitz. Good for eight Yards the Davidsons were penalized 15 Yards for pushing. With the Hall resting on the five Yard line Sharpe went Hack to pass a a desperate Effort to get out of the Hole but was caught Back there i by Seel and the Hurricane picked up two More Points. With but to seconds to play. There was time for Only one play j after Yoder had kicked from the j 20-Yard line and the game ended with the Hall in Furman s Possession on its own 42. The lineups pos. Furman Davidson steel. Cowan Hinson. Bell Wofford. Richmond Turner. Caldwell be. It la c to. It. Re cab or or feb Barker. Pennington Fleming. Bahnson Dorman. Mcclintock p Martin Spencer d. Martin. B Bolin Jenkins. Hackney j Shetley. Yoder j score by periods Furman. 0 0 0 15�?15 1 Davidson. 0 0 0 0�? it j Furman scoring touchdowns. P i Martin. Dorman safety steel tackled i Sharpe Point from try after touch j Down. Shetley placement. Substitutions Furman ends Bru Beck Coley. Crouse tackles. Links i guard of strap centers Moore Penn. 9 5 l it i. Iri j-ii-ij1 i Mijla m $ or. John Krause mull Leai Oma Aiose on monday tuesday wednesday oct. 30 oct. 31 nov. I t enjoy the personal attention of an expert in the selection of color pattern and styling Best suited to your appearance. Choose from hundreds of Fine new custom Quality woolens in Yard length samples to give a better idea of their Beauty. Fine tailoring at popular prices Cannon Fetzer company i let him Tak for Immes map i

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