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Mediterranean Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - December 9, 1942, Naples, Naples
Stars and stripes sports state takes Siy ten Navy army j fans Sec buckeyes trip 217 states buckeyes won their second big ten title since 1939 when they Over their most bitter 21 to 7 before the Michigan line of seven Oak posts the entire game with a substitution but the line of Dulant Stop the Aerial thrusts Ohio state scored All three touchdowns through the a Mac Higazi blocked by Charles Ohio states a american paved the Way for the first Ohio state took the Ball on the Wolverine Les Buckeye right half then hurled two successive passes to Paul left the first for 20 Yards and the second for 12 More and the in irk Ohio state scored its second counter in the third Quarter on a 58 Yard touchdown pass from Sarringhaus to Bob right in the third period Michigan took an out abounds kick on the 35 and drove to the Ohio state1 20yard line on two a series of line smashes paid with pull Back Bob Wiese going in the final stanza a recovered nimble gave Ohio state the Ball on the Michigan on the next play Sarringhaus passed to who caught the Ball on the five and to danced first big three title in six years new won its first big three championship in six years by defeating Harvard in their annual 7 to Harvard won a statistical and outplayed the elis during most of the but can tabs one big Opportunity to win the a Long run to pay dirt by Don Rich was nullified when the play was called Back because both teams were Thi nations Grid scores nov1mbir 21 longhorns win first Southwest title in 12 years halfback de Taylor of Yale and Richards of Harvard squared off in a magnificent punting while the two teams sparred for in the final minutes of the first the Crimson marched from its own 30yard line deep into Yale the attack on the but Bob 1 Fisher right put Harvard into a halftime Lead with a Field goal from the seven Yard in the third period Taylor punted 60 Yards from behind his own goal line to Richards then scooped up the Ball and raced through the entire Yale team for a the play i was called Back on an offside pen giving Tho Crimson a terrific in the fourth period Yale threat ened to go into the but elis Hopes were dashed when Cleo Harvard right intercepted a Taylor in the last few minutes of the same Hugh Yale left passed from his own 38 to Tim right who caught the Ball in Midfield and raced to the Harvard end zone to the winning fourth Quarter Harvard threats were frequent but most of them were smashed by the Brilliant work of Spencer Yale who played Ike an All american throughout army Princeton 7 i Boston College Boston Dartmouth Colombia Fordham Missouri Gettysburg Dickinson Georgetown George holy Cross Manhattan Penn state Pittsburgh Lehigh Lafayette Penn military Lebanon Valley Syracuse Rutgers Haverford Swarthmore Temple Oklahoma Yale Harvard Lakehurst naval air station muh Lenburg Drexel John Hopkins Lincoln Delaware state Western Maryland coast guard Geneva Bethany Morris Harvey Waynesburg East Stroudsburg Panzer Middle West notre Dame Northwestern 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the Gridiron with an 84yard for another the Victory kept alive rices Hopes of winning the Southwest con Ference title and virtually eliminated thu from championship consideration Brooklyn College Cony Burnell Franklin Maschall Colgate Brown Duquesne Lakehurst naval Muhlenberg Albright Pennsyl Annta Cornell Middle West Miami Dayton Ohio University Edmonds teachers Springfield teachers 7 fort Scott Parsons or College fort Kelley Kansas Wesleyan great lakes naval Northwestern John Carroll Akron Marshall Bradley Missouri Kansas Missouri Valley Central Missouri Nebraska Wesleyan Hastings Louis Wash Liston 0 Wentworth 13 West Virjinia Wilberforce South Causba appalachian teachers c Chattanooga Centre Florida a and m Xavier Lincoln Howard Hampton Institute Virginia Union leu Tulane 6 Morgan Virginia state Morris Brown Clark Newbury Wofford North Carolina College Greensboro South Carolina state Benedict Tuskegee Alabama state vp1 Vii Wake Forest so Carolina William and Mary Richmond 0 Southwest Tulsa Arkansas Texas Texas a and m Texas College Wiley Texas mines new Mexico state Hardin Simmons Howard Paine West Central Washington Pasco naval 6 Colorado Denver Fresno state san Jose state Utah Idaho Utah state Wichita Willamette Whitman Dartmouth wins new indians took the twitching Tail of columbian tied it in knots and walked off with their Trade ional game at Baker 26 to Paul Columbia half passed for two touchdowns making his seasons total 19 touchdown tying the collegiate record set by Davey Obrien of in John Dartmouth fresh Man contributed three with Paul Ray Wolfe the outstanding pass quakers show defeat 347 i displaying its finest Pennsyl Vania whipped in the 49th encounter of their annual i Penn was stalled three times in the first period inside Cor Nells 25yard line exactly As the quakers stalled against Penn Sta from then on the Power producing 18 first Downs on 238 Yards by Rushing and 147 by passing with six touchdowns underdog Navy whips army before courteous by provided a mule for the army As middies crushed the 14 in the strongest spectacle in the 43 year history of the service less than fans sat in on the proceedings that customarily draw or because of gasoline and rubber the crowd was limited to those privileged few culled from within a ten mile radius of the naval acad the corps of cadets were themselves denied the annual treat of witnessing the it was be cause of this curtailment of travel that the midshipmen provided a mule Mascot for the army and it was for the same reason that the navys midshipmen were divided into two one of which made up the cheering sect Ion for the a was com outplayed and out Manev scattered millions throughout the world heard a fabulous tale of Navy previously beaten by William and Georgia tech and notre refusing to permit army even to get beyond the cadets own 43 Yard Mark in the first meanwhile the taking their fourth consecutive game from the were throwing their most potent offensive of the season at while half of navys midshipmen cheered lustily and even became hoarse for the middies gave some indication of what was to come when Gordon 167 Pound romped 28 Yards to army 27 Midway in the first it was Studer who later was injured and carried from Thompson stadium on a Stretcher Harold 15c Pound prancing Back from and Hillis 180 Pound Back from who were the big stars in i Navy Victory that will be remembered As one of the middies More Hamberg provided the chilled customers one of the biggest thrills Early in the fourth period when he took Kennas punt on navys Nineteen and Shook off tacklers in route to army thirty eight for a fort three Yard sprint army made its first real threat late in the fourth period when Kenna drifted Back from army Twenty and heaved a Long pass to Les Salzar on army army moved into Navy territory for the first time then when Navy was penalized for and shortly thereafter Kenna ripped through right reversed his Field and streaked to navys then Tytko for a Twenty four Yard Kenna and Salzar collaborated in an end around Man Euver to advice to navys after Lom Vardo picked up a army was penalized Back to the eleven for delaying the on fourth Hume intercepted Eunus pass on navys three and ran it out to the Navy with the clock ticking into final seconds army Back u the Navy but after and moved u the Navy graced and took Owr the luscious lady who starring in the new film arabian
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