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THE DALLAS EXPRESS, Dif :S. TEXAS, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 28,
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rRAIRIE VIEW.
Prairie View, Texas, Nor. 23.
In one of the moat spectacular
games ever witnessed, Paul Pulnn
College defeated Prairie View by
the score of 13 to 7. The game was
bitterly contested for a solid hour
and neither team had slowed a bit
when the final whistle blewIt was
one of those nerve-racking games
that keeps the spectators In a con
stant uproar, and many of the
Prairie Viewites and the crowd that
Journeyed from Waco to witness
the contest will doubtlessly suffer
from heart trouble " for some time
to come. The victory gave P. Q. C.
what she has been striving to ac
complish for years, a victory over
P. V.
The first Quarter was played al
most entirely in Prairie View's ter
ritory, the East Waco Eleven losing
a golden opportunity to score a
touch down on a costly fumble, on
Prairie View's 10 yard line. A drop
kick by 8happard also went wide
by inches during this period.
The second period found the Me
thodists at their best, when they
carried the ball down the field in
great leaps by two neatly executed
passes and a brilliant run of forty
yards by the giant tackle Morgan,
who was chased out of bounds on
Prairie View's one yard line. On
the next play Jackson ripped cen
ter for the remaining distance for a
touchdown and SHeppard added the
seventh point by a successful drop
kick after touchdown. Paul Qulnn
7, Prairie View 0. The ball remain
ed in the middle of the field for
the remainder of the half with
neither ream gaining any advantage.
Prairie View started the third
period with a rush, and great line
plunging by Carroll and Tollver over
Paul Quinn's left guard gave the
State Normal eleven a touchdown
In the first eight minutes of play,
Carroll going over for the six points,
while Tollver tied the score by a
dropkick after touch down. Prairie
View 7, Paul Quinn 7. Prairie View
seemed to get stronger as the quar
ter wore on and Coach Long was
forced to replace some of his men
by subs, who stemed Prairie View's
powerful line attack.
The fourth quarter found P. Q. C.
and P. V. battling on even terms,
and the game becoming more and
more furiously fought to break the
tie. However, a fumble by P. V. and
some nifty end running coupled by
the over anxiety of Prairie View's
coaches, which caused a penalty
which put the ball In the Shadow
of P. V.'s goal, from where Shep
pard gained a foot through center
for the winning touchdown. Paul
Qulnn IS, Prairie View 7. Sheppard
missed goal. The final whistle found
Paul Qulnn out-playing, P. V. and
steadily marching to another touch
down. Morgan was P. Q. C's star on the
offensive while "Buck" Sanders
played the game of his life on de
fense. Pat Carroll, who ha sbeen
- off from in all the former games
this year sparkled with brilliance
In great off tackle drives which
ripped the heretofore Impregnable
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yards at a time.
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Prairie View 0 0 7 7
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IX RACE EVENT.
Joe Bruin Forces Irwin's Chalmers
Into Fence.
Savannah, Ga., Nov. 23. Several
thousand people witnessed the Ne
gro races staged at - the Trl-State
Exposition grounds in celebration
of Armistice Day and the ten-mile
championship race was won by Joe
Bruin, driving a Chalmers special.
Bruin displaced Tiny Battle as the
champion driver when he won the
feature race, the latter running third
in this contest. Shine Irwin who
ran second was painfully injured
near the end of the race when
Bruin who had been keeping the
inside track, swerved to the outside,
forcing Irwin to drive his Bulck in
to the fence. A deep gash was made
in his leg but no ' serious results
are expected from the Injury.
The first race which was along
the five-mile route was won by Joe
Bruin while Shine Irwin ran sec
ond. The winner led all the way.
ATLANTA-MOREHOTJSE GAME
CANCELLED.
Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 23. Atlanta
University. Morehouse College game
wac cancelled because an agreement
could not be reached as to officials.
According, to the contract , Atlanta
University had charge of the game
this year. When the offlciuls were
presented to the Morehouse Athletic
i board for approval they were re
jected and thus the cancellation of
the games. The next game of the
season will be between Atlanta Un
versity and Morris Brown Univer
sity at Atlanta on Thanksgiving
day. Watch for it.
R. A. Lay.
PRAIRIE VIEW'S CLOSING
GAME.
Prairie View closed her football
season with a game on her own
campus against Paul Qulnn College
in one of the most hotly contested
games of the season. The final score
was 13 to 7 in favor of the visitors.
Paul Quinn has one of the best
coached teams that it has been the
experience of the writer to see in
action: Ray Shepherd, the fleet
foot quarter-back, is as good open
field runner as you would find in
the football world and it must be
admitted to the credit of his team
mates that they run an interfer
ence that is hard to break up; but
with all this it was obviously ap
parent that Prairie View's warriors
were Bolving the puzzle and were
marcjiing on Tto victory in spite of
a damaging 'penalty which had been
inflicted at the psychological mo
ment as the result of over anxiety
on part of the Prairie View coaches
which carried them too close to
the side lines, when some one on
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Prairie View's official staff snatched-
Tollver, Prairie View's heady
quarterback to substitute Ewell.
This strategy which is often em
ployed under similar circumstances
proved a bonehead move and with
out doubt lost the game for Prairie
View. P. T. Long, Coach for Paul
Qulnn, admitted himself that the
best he had hoped was a tie score
and that he really expected his team
to go down in defeat. The game
was clean cut and well officiated.
E. E. Clemmons of Waco, referee;
E. T. Williams of Prairie View, um
pire; H. P. Carter, Houston, head
lineman; Ray Shepherd. Sr., Waco
and Hohert Thomas, Houston, time
keepers, were entirely satisfactory
to both teams and to the specators
in their several capacities as officials.
The very best of spirit existed after
the game and although It was hard
to give up the game when victory
seemed certain, the whole Prairie
View contingent took their medi
cine like good sports and shook
hands fervently with their victors.
Public comment was to the effect
that this Is the beginning of he
Inauguration of Colored officials of
all conference games between Ne
gro schools and that the other mem
bers of the conference were cer
tain to fall in line.
Prairie View has played five
games, won three, tied one and lost
one. One of these games, however.
was against the high school and of
course not counted in the percen-
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Athletics Is admittedly such an
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The coaching for Prairie View this
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