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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 29, 1939, High Point, North Carolina Fage eight Sec. Athe High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry Hotl , Mux i n tinny limit 1/1/a i i w or 4 _ soc Chakales sports f to Tor a Tohir Wake Forest demons i m up Battle before bowing to Blue Levils 3-0 callings Wes five Mcafee goes Yards Over Duke stadium Durham october 28.--Roy Mcarthur Here scouting the Blue devils for the invasion of techs Flats next saturday must have gotten an eyeful this afternoon for Duke used everything they had to get a 6 to 0 win Over these stubborn deacons on this Sun splashed Gridiron. The play of the Wake Forest line supposedly inferior to the Blue Devil Forward Wall met Power with Power. It was the Superior All round Duke Backfield touched off by Killian s kick out of Bounds on the two Yard line in the second Quarter that carved out Wesley Mcafee a eventual touchdown lunge. Red Mayberry was the Wake Forest hero although Tony Gallovich came very near crashing into the glory portals by breaking into the Clear Only to be tipped Over by Roger Robinson on the 19-Yard line. Jack Greensboro record Horner who went Down to see Charlotte swamp the purple Hurricane 29 to 6, Friday night had an awesome warning for High Points Black Bison. A they not Only whipped us 29 to 6, but they gave us a Good physical heating a a Jack reported. A three of the boys suffered dislocated shoulders and there were other injuries. They were Tough. And listen you can Tell the High Point boys that Charlotte is gunning for them because of that Licking last year. They Are pointing to revenge that 7- i a of which sounds rather frightful for the local boys Friday night in Albion Millis stadium. Well lets Hope for the Best. By the by coach Vince Bradford of Charlotte intends to question the eligibility of Glenn Painter the big Asheville High school fullback when the two teams clash later in the season. Goal for score Demon deacons out gain Blue devils in hard fought Battle Wake Forest threatens to score in fourth period by soc Chakales Enterprise sports editor Duke stadium Durham october 28.�?-there�?Tll be a new note of vigor in the Baptist pulpits tomorrow. Wake forests underrated Demon demons fell before a Nore versatile Duke University football team. 0 to 6, but the thousands of Baptist faithful who flocked Here this afternoon hoping that the recent comeback of the deacons was the gospel truth left satisfied that they had themselves a Good football team. Stars in Brilliant game at Durham if was Good enough to pain a ratio of nearly 2 to i in Yards gained Rushing and 12 to 6 in first Downs by it lacked that class that gleams when the pressure is on. And Duke had just that which was the payoff. Duke had two chances to score hut they did no to miss one of them until the first had been utilised for six Points and the Hall game with Only one minute and Twenty seconds left in the second period we Mcafee who by far outshone the More illustrious George crashed his Way around right end for five Yards and the touchdown after a great kick that Durham Ort. ?.�?< let a statistics on the Duke want Forest game Here today wok w. For. First Downs 12 Yards gained Rushing net 13 263 Forward passes attempted a Forward pastes completed i a Yards by Forward passing a a yes. Lost. Att. Fwd passes la fwd. Passes intercepted by a a yes. Gained run Back of int. Passes. A a Ptg. Ask from scrimmage 3 34.3 Tot. Yes. All kicks returned Roll Opp. Fumbles recovered. I i Yards lost by penalties. S a the surprisingly stubborn pea All the while Wake Forest was out gaining the Dukes went oui of hounds on the Nea on the ground end coach Bill Lange and Carolina sym Quot a Olse Deacon Twenty seven Pathi Zers kept up with the rout of Pennsylvania by a Porta by Frank Killian had set up the Hie radio near the press Coop. Even without Banks my scoring stage Fadden a lot of folks were not at All surprised when it was George stopped announced that Clemson Sank the Navy. Duke had its lowest average of the year on Forward passes in today a game completing Only one out of nine tries. However that completion Wesley Mcafee to easy eaves was Good for 20 Yards. George on the other hand dropped one right in his biscuit Hooks. After Ruffa missed his try for the three Pointer in the fourth Quarter it went further to dissipate the a True toe legend capably earned in the Rose bowl. The toughest assignment on a reverse play is in the Middle of the line where blockers have to pull out leaving a Hole for fast charging guards to knife through if not Eross locked or pinched into the pile. Tony Gallo Vich who can Gallop in an open Field and who likes reverse plays did no to get much of a Chance because of the Alert Duke guard play. Dippy Xania broke through one time like a shot out of gun and spilled Gallovich for a seven Yard loss. Hake Forest used an old but effective Wea my no the Outback to Roll up a lot of yardage. Red Mayberry was particularly effective with that play although he was getting some top rate Cross blocking the Duke linemen who Slid with the path of the Hall Carrier when the play started wide. ,.louis Trunzo Wake forests All Southern conference guard last year w to has been ailing since the Carolina game the Day. With Only one minute and Twenty second left in the half. A 4 6-Y�rd Dah by Wesley on the first play of the fourth Quarter that carried to the Wake for est eight Yard Stripe indicated cons kept the dashing George my the Hue were going Afee Well bottled up. While the of f again it but that time the de Tough Blue Devila had the nimble Cong Beld staunch. Footed Tony Gallovich Well in 0ne shot by Robinson and two hand for All of the game except by Wesley into the Center of Dea on one occasion. That occasion con june netted but two Yards and however came very nearly being Ruffat a placement wag off line enough to produce a Deacon and the i�acon8 took the Ball on touchdown when Gallovich broke j a Twenty. Into the Clear running 25 three firm Downs to the Duke Nin Crobin from that Point Wake format Eye lash tackle y he punched out three first Downs in son coupled i Quot a a a r0w, with Mayberry doing the tween him a be majority of the Ball carrying and lev in h a lao drove we Ley afro jul g Flag Down � hound on he it the Start 0f the March. A daring Call by quarterback Mayberry made the move into Duke territory a threat. On the Duke forty four fourth Down and six to go for first Down. Mayberry went Back into the punting Slot but instead of kicking he raced around left Wesley Mcafee red Mayberry Wake Forest triple threat Back. Who Shanti starring honors with to Mcafee in the gruelling #4-0 Battle yesterday afternoon in the Duke stadium. Mayberry a the deacons leading ground gainer Iii the struggle while Mcafee scored the Lone touchdown of the game. Out of Bounds on the est nine Yard line when it looked As though the younger of the blather act was going Aero the goal line after a 4 6-Yard Skirm Wesley dash offered Duke its second Chance to it Ore but the deacons withstood the assault. The Fine passing attack Duke in its earlier games end for 17 Yard and a first Down inst missed clicking on several on the Duke Twenty seven of in Al it no a i nuke took Over the tall. How a inability Ever four plays later when the to Chi a r. To bold the. Duke Blo. Devil Hoe Beld , completed one peas out of nine w. F. Toughest team for Duke asserts Wade Hance while Wake Forest Only once and Gallovitch twice on the ground and Mayberry Spasa for got Back into action this afternoon for a few minutes in the i tried two. Both of which War by Wake Forest came in the opening first and second halves. He lacked the drive that carried him to the top of conference guards a year ago. One thing stood out today Wake Forest has come a Long Way since that Carolina debacle. They looked the part of a Good football team today. Laurel Victory to War Beauty daughter of Man o War a in is win Iii lash of fillies Mars Hill Downs w. C. T. Cd a 7 to 6 Cullowhee. Of. 28.�?gpi--Thn Mars Hill lion staged a 47-Lyard drive in the first and second quarters and converted the extra Point nere this afternoon to Down the Western Carolina teachers i College eleven. 7-6 the local would have tied the a Gold Little Lassie a he second period had in her heart and hey pot in offside on a Suc Riason oct. Six up re Mahon Laurel. My War Beauty with courage. Speed in her hooves raced to a Cess Ful conversion following their Liard won Victory today in the i touchdown. The second attempt at $ 10,000-added Hima stakes the Point making was no Good country a richest fixture for two ,. Year old Hilo. Pm a. A pc Quot to the dark Chestnut daughter of j a Man War and Silver Beauty it battled All the Way for the Lead to and stood off two challengers in c a rousing run Down the Home re a Fretch to win in a photo decision it pretty feeble efforts jolting John Polanski the sensational 205-Pound Sophomore fullback of the deacons did no to get into the game until the final ten minutes because of an injured srm it Ards a Fyk and Strong the Duke guards. Johnson. Riner and Nanta playing smart and hard football were largely responsible for the muffling of Gallovich on his favorite reverse play hut they at the same time allowed a Large part of the 203 Yards piled up by the deacons i on the ground. A spinner with Marshall Edwards carrying the j Hall and a Cut Back with red Mayberry carrying the Ball inside tackle and Over guard found the Center of the Duke Forward Wall particularly vulnerable. Defensive honors for the deacons went to tackles Pate and Crabtree assisted by end John Jeff and Center Pendergast. Rill Bailey did some Fine Tacker. Re we la and earn $26,560 for owner j. O. Ken be. Bucking a cold stiff wind that j re had the 14, spectators shiver j for lug. War Beauty under the org Jug of jockey Alfred Robertson i Mars Kui nipped Vav. H. Lipscomb a Ted Briar in c t c by a nose with Christiana stable s miss Ferdinand a neck behind in third. Fox Cher farm s favored fairy chant a fourth in the Field of eleven slow time War Beauty a time for the mile was i 45 4-5, one of the slowest times recorded in the fourteen runnings of the slake. She paid z 17.50, $7.so and $ i.s0 for $2. The stretch a tile in the Seltina with War Beauty. Ted Briar and mar Hill. Davis. Ingle Fitzgerald Whitaker. Brown Hall Saunders. Small Mcmaha. Edwards. Farrar Messer. Johnson. Orey. Miller. Sawyer. Higgins. Bullard. Smith. Elliott. Murray. Plemmons. Score by periods .0 7 0 0�?7 i 0 6 0 0 6 scoring touchdowns Mars Hill a via pass from Howard. W c. T. C. J Murray Tipasa from Hardy. Scoring extra Point Howard placement. Substitutions w c c. To codger Brown. Powell Ropp Hury Saunders. Peels Mars Hill Huff. Joliff Hall. Howard. Minutes of the second half. After Duke had been forced to kick 1 after the Kickoff Wake format took Over the Ball on its own it thirty eight. Edwards got five through the Center of the line on a spinner j and Mayberry rammed out la Yards inside right tackle on a Cut Back play for a first Down on the Duke forty four. It was at this Point that Roger Robinson saved the Blue devils j from a touchdown by the flying Tony Gallovich in the open the Wake Forest broken Fjeld runner swept around left end on reverse broke into the Clear and j ran 25 Yard before Robinson barely tipped Gallovich flying heels causing him to stumble and fall. Nevertheless Gallovich the deacons a first Dow n on the Duke Nineteen. Mayberry kept the Ball Roll j ing by battling his Way around Ling for the Blue devils. The priceless glue Devil touch. _ ,. S. Or in came is the result of Frank i in or five cards. With a Jon passing and punting the Moun Well aimed punt that i yawning Hole in the Middle of the j Tai Peers went the first Quarter derail to a Ned Ayr and earned $14,-85< for the Brandywine stable. He i covered the mile and a Quarter i in 2 05 2-5. Miss Ferdinand running Only 1 Vav. L. Braun s Challe Pheu off inches apart thrilled to the spec to a bad Start managed to get up tutors More than masked general a easy Victory in the $15,000-added Washington Handicap. The five year old son of Pompey and masked bait scored a two length Victory Over Alfred g. Van in third place eight lengths behind Ned Ayr and half a length in front of Vanderbilt a Heel Fly the Early Leader in the Field of seven. Masked general Ridden by Nick Wall paid $7.40, $3.30 and $2.50. Girls league bowls every thursday night this la a Moat interesting league. Each individual girl is dressed to indicate her respective sponsored Arcade amusement company Arcade building killians Slid out of hounds on the Wake Forest two Yard line while the Gallant Mayberry looked on helplessly. It was al0 the is 1-Pound Junior from Beaver Falls. Pa., who prodded the lethargic Duke offence into life when he returned Mayberry a subsequent kick 13 Yards to the deacons Twenty seven. Before kicking from the tick bsh spot. However. Mayberry gambled on a running play that netted him four Yards. His kick to Killian was not particularly Good being for a total of 34 Yards. It i ppr dipper starting on the Twenty seven i Wesley punched out two Yards at Light guard Aud a hipper dip per winding up with Darnell carrying the Ball was Good for five Yards around right end. Roger Robinson on a rarely used Duke offensive thrust the full spinner whirled through the Center of the Deacon line for a first Dow non the seventeen. Wesley a hard running pile Driver for the time being levelled off on the next play. Behind a mass of Blue Devil interferes we is went around left end. Crashing la Yards before being forced line. Edwards slipped and fell on a spinner and lost two Yards j but Mayberry came through again this time crashing out Sev j in Yards to the Blue Devil nine a on a Cut Back Over left guard for a first Down. Edwards carved out one Yard on a slash at Center and Mayberry battered out three More around 1 right end. It looked As though 1 the deacons were going to hit pay dirt territory hut on the next play Mayberry racing toward right end. Slipped and fell losing seven Yards. Duke halted Gallovich try at left end on a reverse to two serous Yards and Duke took the Hall Over on its own nine Yard line the lineup fists Fly As Georgia Falls n. Y. Al. Scores 14 a to 13 Triumph Oxer Rill mops in Gotham Hgt Rill White new York. Oct. 2r. A to a in a bruising spectacular Battle. New York University a football i violets nosed out Georgia today i 14-13. A highlighted by a Fristic flurry in the second period that blood j led notes and felled players. New York University saw its to o i touchdown Lead melt away in the j face of an inspired Georgia ser i Ond half stand that failed by the margin of two bad place i ments. After the fist fight involving j Knox Eldredge of Georgia. Joe Frank and Sid Altman of new York University after a pass intended for Eldredge the georgians came Hack and at the close i of the game were desperately j trying to let that same Eldredge Boot a placement that would have added another blot to the Mal i Stevens Georgia rivalry that has i been All in Georgia a favor the j last three times. N. Y. U. Struck quickly. In the first half once on the wings of a pass that put Eddie boil n. Y. In great Hack in a Fine spot for a six Yard dash through the Middle for the score and again in the next period we Hen a fourth Down pass boil to Bill i mood gave them their second and last touchdown. Bill Galu added the first Point and Joe la j manna the other which turned a out to be the winning one. I then came the fight on a i Georgia pass and both squads rushed out on the Field swing i ing freely. The police and offi distance to put the mountaineers Mala soon restored order a hut Iii the Lead Midway Che second pc the scrap predicted by pre game Rod statements added inspiration doll ii am oct. A i amp a the woke Forest deacons Are a the finest team we be played this conch Wallace Wade of Duke said tonight after the Duke Wake Forest game which the a \ los won. To. A Wake Forest running attack and defensive play were the Best we be encountered to Date Quot said Wade. A we had a whale of a time heating the deacons. Although Duke lost to Imp 1413, Wade said Wake Forest played a Illier game than the panthers a at least against appalachian Downs King flt Tir Stewart Mountaineer Gelela rate Homecoming w till 120 \ Victory Boone. Oct. 28, coach Fluncie Stewart s appalachian mountaineers celebrated Homecoming Day by defeating King College 12-0 before nearly 3,000 spectators. Held deep in their own territory by a Strong wind that favored the Tornado team decidedly without threatening. Hoover an end set up the first counter by recovering Kings blocked punt on their 25, after which he took a lass from Hudson in the end zone for the remaining again it was Hoover As he opened the second half in a reverse from the midst Ripe to the one Yard line. Baker took the scoring assignment with a line plunge. Neither try for Point was Good. Although the Tornado was Dali Shiou ghost the ensure game it threatened Only once. Fighting with the wind Early in pos. Hake Forest Duke i Wjk Jett. Perdue it Pste. Ruffs 1x3 Lovler. Johnson Pendergist. Burns to Kaprova. Ribs it Crabtree. Winters onre West vers. Bailey a a Mayberry. Eaves la Gallovich. G Mcafee re Ringgold. W Mcafee feb Edwards. Robinson scor by period Wake Forest. 0 0 0 0�?0 j Duke 060 0�?6 Duke scoring touchdown. Wes my Afee. Ers Loose around right end Dom termination and sheer courage to the underdog bulldogs. A sparkling 66-Yard third period dash Down the sidelines by Vassa Cate Fine Georgia Back. Gave the southerners their first touchdown and they drove immediately to another score that came on the first play of the fourth period As Jim Fordham. Another Workhorse plunged Over. Alex Mccaskil. An end tried for Midfield to the 30. Hawkins hard 1hp Fra Points booting the first charging fullback who teamed i by miming the second and there with Fowler Fin most of King s j wort the game. Blowing Over tackle but at this Point coach Stewart ran in a new team Aud halted the attack quarterback Hudson of tile mountaineers was Hurt in the third period and May be out for substitutions. Wake Forest pos be tackles it out of Bounds by Mayberry on the Kunkel Plavec guards. Brunso. Tingle j to six Yard line. Listening to the of the frantic Wake Forest supporters in the East stand the Center. Clark backs. Dowdy Polanski exhortations i Kuchinski. Duke ends Darnell Piasecky. Tackles Karmazin guard Nama Cen Croft req re la feb the lineups King Olsen. Gayle. Smith. Wade. Hurt. Webb. Sursavage corals. Demon Deacon stiffened halting to a ill Back Killian Swyger pro a shot into the line by Robinson a Nch Dot 18 for no gain. The stand was to no i Avail As on the next play Wesley army crushes cars i no 8 stormed around right end. Knock West Point oct. 28.$ a ing Down a couple of would be army cast aside the uncertainty Ken tacklers on his explosion around that marked its previous perform appalachian appalachian. Johnson Best. Of Toole ,. Roughley a ruffing. Manship Newmyer. Corn Shockey. Emody Fowler Hawkins. Score by periods appalachian Walters. Baker Oss 0�?12 0000�?0 touchdown. The flank. The dependable Tony Butts missed the try for the Point and that wound up the scoring for i Michie its drum. Antes with a crushing second half offensive display that buried in sinus Colic a 46-13, today at scoring Hoover and Baker referee hawn. Lenoir Rhyner Umpire. David head Linesman Wright. Norm Carolina Field judge i plaster Duke. Southern California gives impressive show in Victory Berkeley calif., Oft. 28.�? up a Southern California s thundering trojans passed and pounded one Lap nearer the goal of most football teams the Rose Bowma today with a smashing 26-0 Vic Troy Over University of californians bears in one of the annual classics of the far Western season. Three devastating surges in the third Quarter turned the contest from a fairly dose Battle into a wild rout. Tile trojans scored three times twice on successive drives after taking kickoffs. It was Hie most one sided win in this series since 1926. When the debacle was Over some fans were convinced they had Lien watching a Southern California eleven potentially one of the most powerful in Many a year. Are your feet Happy alive make no fitted feet Are Happy feet. 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