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Scoring Spree Predicted In Fordham- T. C. U. Game Pitt Figured To Defeat Wisconsin YALE BEST By DAVIS J. WALSH International N'ewa Service Sport. Writer NEW YORK, Oct. 23.—This ought to be something like the small boy who was throwing rocks at a lot of sparrows in a cotton wood tree. Maybe he could miss, but the law of averages was with him, and that's how it ought to be with a very tough day in the most uncertain theater of intercollegiate football. There’s Fordham, Texas Christ ian and Pittsburgh, for instance. They’re not the kind of teams that figure to finish in ties every week, especially with the type of scoring machines they feature. They have, in other words, the law of averages running with them, and that’s why Fordham and T. C. U., meeting each other in New York, are due to go on something of a scoring spree. Last week, T. C. U. couldn’t fight its way out of a tie with Texas Aggies, and Fordham couldn’t, and didn’t, score at all against Pitt. The delayed touch downs, therefore, seem almost cer tain to pile themselves up, and personally I think Texas Christian will do most of the piling, although the betting odds are running the other way. PITT MEETS BADGERS Pitt, meantime, is turning loose its power attack of Goldberg, Stapulis, Patrick and Stebbins on unbeaten and untied Wisconsin, and it seems to me that the fury of frustrated hopes are bound to be visited on the Badgers. For the third straight year, Pitt was unable to score against Fordham last Saturday. It seems almost ordained it will come back this time. Anyhow, there never was a limb on which there wasn’t room for another prophet, and that’s where I hope to have a reserved seat on Pitt, Fordham and T. C. U. Pitt simply happens to figure as the winner against Wisconsin. A lot of people have figured as a winner against strychnine, too, only they didn’t. Pitt, however, just can’t go wrong two Satur days in a row. On another front, there’s the annual Dartmouth custom which involves belting the viscera out of all the small colleges available in the first four weeks of the season, and strictly, in keeping with that, Bates, Amherst, Spring field and a subnormal Brown have been annihilated. But when Earl Blaik’s inexperienced team meets Dick Harlow’s well-seasoned Harvard juniors and seniors, they’ll be against something be sides an accent and a background. In short. Harvard is due, and Dartmouth is due to take it. YALE BEST TEAM As for Cornell, during the first three weeks of the season, its backers were throwing their hats so high in the air they came down filled with eagle eggs. Then the Big Red team met Syracuse last week and folded up, with Yale next in line. The fact that Yale quite possibly is the best team in the East ought to be the tip-off. On still another and more dis tant front, the Big Ten figures virtually to produce a Big Ten champion, or co-champion, before the day is over. Ohio State, beaten a point by U. S. C„ tackles Northwestern and the squad that comes out of this one wtih the most feathers ought to get no w’orse than an even split with Minnesota for Western honors. Still clinging to my perch on the limb, I’ll take Ohio State and Minnesota. Byway of providing further information, I might add that Minnesota has an open date in its schedule. On the coast, California is fa vored to beat Howard Jones’ Trojans, but they probably won’t. Jones’ team came a long way to beat Ohio State, has two great backs and the Jones system, which when it’s working, wins. And it is working now after a five-year hiatus. L. S. U. TO WIN In the South, Louisiana State i figures to take an improved Van derbilt team on sheer power, Duke is too much for Colgate, Tulane rates over North Carolina, and, in the Southwest, Baylor ought to top Texas A. and M. in spite of the Aggies’ showing in the East against Manhattan. You can lump the rest about like this—Washington to beat Stanford, Kentucky to beat Man hattan, Syracuse to beat Mary land and Pennsylvania to muddle through against Georgetown. It’s a commentary on the foot ball situation in South Bend that I’ve gone all the way to the final paragraph before getting to Notre Dame. The Irish, tied by weak Illinois and beaten by Carnegie Tech on successive Saturdays, could go wrong against a very good Navy team. But I don’t think they will. Anyway, I’m on a comfortable limb. I could do worse. FIREMEN TO PLAY The. Arlington County Fire De partment Gridders will play the Warwicks on the Arlington Field at 3 p. m. tomorrow. Telephone Dhtrlet 7000 * . \ Igg AjA AAy F ’ V''' —Washington Times Staff Photo, BELOTE (1), quarterback for Tech, takes the ball over the line to score Tech’s second touchdown in the first quarter OFFICIAL PROGRAM AT LAUREL Weather, raining; track, sloppy. * FIRST RACE Six Furlongs 9812— Paper Drop (Pollard) 11l 9811—Semi Luna (Wagner) 114 9813— Clap In (Wright) 114 9814— Mias Fred (No boy) 105 9810—Joanny (Leblanc) ... ... . 105 9816—Stealing Home (Adelman) . 9 . 10R 9815— Grand Marie (O’Malley) 105 SECOND RACE Six Furlongs 9823— Gold Band (Turner) 9825—Mower (Corbett) ... 117 9821— Fast Expreea (Machado) .. .. 103 9820—Wha Hae (Vinaa) . 105 9822— Marching Home (Snyder) . . . 102 9824 — Grog (Jones) 101 THIRD RACE Mile and a Sixteenth 9830— Church Call (Shelhamer) ... 112 9834— Shot and Shell (Snyder)... ~ 104 9831— Fredalva (Wagner)........ . 113 9833—Bushmaater (McDermott).... 11l 9835— Uncle Lester (Jones) ... 98 9836— Playnff (F. Smith)... .. 11l 9832— Sea Ted (Vinaa)... 10fi 9837— Huppy (Kelley) 102 FOURTH RACE One Mile 9841— Creole Maid (Richarda) 114 9846— Handcuff (Workman) 11l 9842— Jacola (Wright).. 114 9844— Nansemond (Turner)... 114 9849—Fantine (Corbett) 114 9849—Pretty Pet (No boy) 114 9840—Airegla (J. Renick) ill 9847— aßransome (J. Longden) 114 9849 — Maravilla (Arcaro) m 9R4B—Roman Lady (Woolf) 114 9847 —aFeaat (Pollard).. 114 9845— Evening Shadow (Westrope).. 114 9843 — Roaeretter (Peters)...,, 114 FIFTH RACE Mile and a Quarter 9850— Heelfly (Woolf) 122 9851— Eagle Pass (Arcaro) 117 9852— Burning Star (Wright) 116 9857—War Minstrel (Kurtsinger) ... 11 7 9855— Regal Lily (Richards) 116 9856— Moonton (Longden).. log 9854—Battle Cap (Corbett) 112 9853— Dellor (Peters) 112 SIXTH RACE Mile and a Sixteenth 9864—aD*ad Ca»lm (O’Malley).. ... HO I 9860—Buttermilk (Clutter) 102 | 9863—Manrico (No boy) ms I 9861 —Bewitched (Wagner) 110 j 9864—a Fore (No b0y).... log i 9R62—Frisco Kid (Turner).... 110 1 9865—Carefor (Leblanc) 107 1 9866—Joan Asbestos (McCombs).... 106 SEVENTH RACE Mile and a Quarter 19876 —Apathy (Snyder) 104 19871 —Zembla (McCombs)... 107 J 9873—Dunnta (No b0y).,,...,,,.,, 103 9870—Sallandry (Renick) 109 , 9872—Hit and Run (Lablanc)...... 107 9877—Tamboy (Adelman) 107 9874—Goody Goody (No boy) 99 | 9875—Kepi (No boy) 109 brouillard wins title BOSTON, Oct. 22 (U.p) Former world’s welter and middle weight champion. Lou Brouillard, of Worcester, tonight annexed the New England light-heavyweight crown when he won a 12-round decision over Roy Kelley, Paddock Picks 'Em AT LAUBEL Weather, Raining; Track, Very Sloppy FIRST RACE—Purse, 11,000; Maryland bred; 2-year-old«. Six furlongs. j P.P. HORSES Wt Odds JOCKEYS COMMENT 2 Semi Luna 114 3-1 R. Workman Needed last; go well 1- Paper Droplll 4-1 J. Pollard Good speed in last € Joanny 105 6-1 I. Hanford Was never better 4 Clap In 114 7-1 G. Woolf Occasional good race 8 Grand Marie... 105 12-1 J. O’Malley Needs more racing 5 Miss Fred 105 15-1 J. Renick In tough spot i 7 Stealing Homeloß 15-1 H. Dabson Does not figure SCRATCHED—Nanemond. I SECOND RACE—Purse, >1,000; claiming; 3-year-olds and upward.. Six furlongs. 1 P.P. HORSES Wt Odds JOCKEYS COMMENT 2 Mower 117 8-5 C. Corbett The class; should click 1 Gold Band 109 3-1 L. Turner Speedy; in light 3 (a)Fast Express 103 4-1 L. Machado Going good; weight off 5 Wha Hae 105 8-1 J. Vinas Rates outsider chance 7 Grog 101 15-1 F. Jones In tough spot 6 Marching Home 102 8-1 W. E. Snyder Raced well at N. T. (a)Gilpin entrv SCRATCHED—Teddys Star. THIRD RACE—Purse. >1,000; claiming; 8-year-olds and upward. One and one* sixteenth miles. P.P. HORSES Wt Odds JOCKEYS COMMENT 1 (a)Church Call 112 2-1 No boy Was never better 5 Bushmaster 11l 5-1 P. McDermott Poor start last race 8 Sea Ted 106 5-1 J. Vinas In light; trials brisk 4 Fredalva 113 7-1 C. Parke Won last very easilv 6 Uncle Lester...., 98 15-1 F. Jones All efforts bad 7 Playoff 11l 12-1 F. A. Smith Has early speed 9 Huppy 102 15-1 F. Kelley Cheap half-miler 3 Shot and Shell.. 104 8-1 J. Vinas Chance on N. E. form (a)Compton entry. i SCRATCHED—FIagstone. FOURTH RACE—Purse, >10,000: Selima Stakes: 2-year-olde. One mile. P.P. HORSES Wt Odd* JOCKEYS COMMENT 8 Airegla 11l 6-1 J. Renick May be the right one 1 Creole Maid 114 5-1 H. Richards Needed last; go well 13 Evening 5had0w..,,.,.. 114 8-1 J. Westrope Prep for this event | 3 Jacola 114 7-1 W. D. Wright Won last here easily i 9 (a)Bransome 114 7-1 J. Longden Good New York form 12 fa)Feast 114 7-1 J. Pollard Trials brisk here 'l4 Roseretter • • 114 12-1 M. Peters Won last two starts I 2 Handcuff 114 10-1 R. Workman Will be closing fast 10 Maravilla 11l 12-1 L. Turner Stepping up a notch 5 Fantime 114 15-1 C. Corbett In tough spot 11 Roman Lady 114 15-1 R. Merritt Speed: may weaken 7 Pretty Pet 114 16-1 L. Turner Does not figure 4 Nansemond 114 15-1 L. Turner Seems outmatched (a)Fitzsimmons entry. SCRATCHED—Sun Flo. FIFTH RACE—Purse. >7,500 added: the Maryland Handicap; 3-year-olds. One and one-quarter miles. P.P. HORSES Wt Odds JOCKEYS COMMENT 7 Regal Lily 116 4-1 H. Richards Best effort needed 2 Heelfly 122 6-5 G. Woolf Logical contender 9 Bottle Cap..,, 112 Sri C. Corbett Working like fit horse 10 Dellor . . 112 8-1 R. Workman Likes route; chanoe 3 Eagle Pass 117 5-1 E. Arcaro Has whipped the best I 5 Burning Star 116 10-1 W. D. Wright Prep for this race 6 War Minstrel 117 12-1 r. Kurtsinger Speedy; may weaken 1 Over the Top 110 12-1 B. James Steps un in here 8 Moonton 108 15-1 J. Lonrden Does not figure SCRATCHED—Dark Beau. SIXTH RACE—Purse, >1,100; 3-year-olde. One and one-eixteenth miles. P.P. HORSES Wt Odds JOCKEYS COMMENT 5 fa)Fore 108 8-5 F. Jones Should win another 1 (a)Dead Clam 110 8-5 J. O’Malley Good effort in last 2 Buttermilk 102 3-1 A. Clutter Drops weight; very fit 7 Care For 107 8-1 J. Wagner Rates outside chance 4 Bewitched . . 110 10-1 J. Wagner Has plenty of speed 8 Joan Asbestos 106 7-1 H. Dabson Some fair efforts 6 Frisco Kid.. 110 12-1 L. Turner Been racing poorly (a)Gregory-Snyder entry. SEVENTH RACE—Purse. 11.000; claiming; l-year-olds and upward. One and i one-quarter miles. P.P. HORSES Wt Odd. JOCKEYS „ C°)'J'ENT , 2 Zembla ... 107 8-5 K. McCombs BEST BET OF DAY } 4 Sallandry 109 3-1 J. Renick Freshened up: bo well i 5 Hit and Run ... 107 4-1 J. O’Malley Figures in here 8 Goody Goody 99 8-1 W. Snyder Some fair effort. 1 Apathy 104 10-1 F. Kelley One good race here 3 Dunrlta . 103 15-1 J. Wagner Unreliable plater s Tambov 107 15-1 R. Merritt All efforts bad ! 9 Kepi . 109 15-1 S. Renick Can't see him SCRATCHED—Porphyry. I BEST BET—ZEMBLA. THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1937 Tech Scores Against Wilson High of the High School title tilt yesterday. Bernstein and Ma loney, of Wilson, are on his back as he makes the final step over the line. The score was Tech, 30; Wilson, 0. Community Center Softball League WARWICKS MEET ARLINGTON A. C. The Warwicks will be seeking their third straight football victory tomorrow when they tackle the fast-stepping Arlington A. C. on the latter’s gridiron. Action starts at 2:30 p. m. The Warwicks have scored vic tories over the Coast Guard Ar tillery and the Virginia C. Such well-known players as Cicero, Hill, Di Francis, Payne, Ockie, H. Shur man, J. Shurman, Brigham, Evry, Brechtell, O’Donnohuge, John son, Ockie. Bovello, Harper, Jen son and Weitzman, perform with the Northeast eleven. ALABAMA VERSUS G. W. THE LINEUPS ALABAMA <*• W - 12 Warren L E Yurwitz 50 72 48 Merrill T Keahey 34 67 27 Monsky (Capt.) L. G Benzagia 23 34 37 Machtolff Center Hallberg 43 80 43 Bostich G Weinberg 41 70 39 Ryba R T kobholz 49 78 11 Shoemaker R. E.. Berry 39 62 24 Hughes Q B Mahan 18 33 56 Kilgrow L. H Kaufman 11 31 7 Zivich -.R. H B. Nowaskey 28 66 33 Holm k.B Turner 45 45 * R and W denotes numbers on wool and rayon uniforms, either of which may be worn. RESERVES ..George Washington—Borden, 24, 24; Canning, 56, 79; Car riere, 17, 20; Carroll, 44, 64; Cottingham, 42, 52; Eberle, 25; 55; Faris, 37, 44; Hoagland, 52, 56; Hogg, 56, 71; Holt, 38, 38; Jones, 47, 18; Merka, 46, 75; Morris, 35, 59; Nicksick, 19, 42; A. Nowaskey, 20, 22; Nordquist, 15, 43; Richardson, 10. 16; Sampson, 26, 28; Saeger, 57, 77; Schiering, 51, 48; Stapleton, 22, 53; Tihila, 21, 60; Zelaska, 32, 25. Alabama—Waites, 3; Gregory, 5; A. Davis, 8; Wickie, 9; Brad ford, 10; Young, 14; Blackwell, 19; H. Davis, 20; Fletcher, 21; Borders, 22; Harkins, 25; Cochrane, 26; Averitte, 30; Estes, 31; Skierge, 32; Newman, 33; Cox, 35; Foshee, 36; Sanford, 38; Redden, 40; Tipton, 42; King, 44; Sugg, 45: Belcher, 46; Wood, 47; Clark, 53: Roberts. 54; Slemons, 55; Moseley, 57; Beard -58; Boswell, 59. OFFICIALS Referee —Eberts (Catholic U.). Umpire—Sholar (Presby terian). Head linesman—Hackney (North Carolina). Field Judge—Ramey (V. M. I.). 6 Teams Will Compete for Trophy AT TECH GYM "Play ball,” an unfamiliar sound for this time of year, will echo throughout the Tech High gym nasium tonight as the Community Center’s Indoor Softball League starts its second season at 7:15 o’clock. The league its composed of six teams which will play their op ponents twice during the schedule which ends December 18. Double headers will be played each Tues day and Saturday night with the second games due to begin at 8:30 o’clock. October 30 and Novem ber 27, the night of the Army-Navy game, are open dates. Making up the league roster are Sogimas, winners of last year’s title; Victory Post, American Legion; Bureau of Standards, Treasury, Y. M. C. A., and Com munity All Stars. The curtain raiser finds the Victory Post and Bureau of Standards outfits clash ing, while the other half of the bill pits Treasury against the Com munity All Stars. Sogimas and Y. M. C. A. drew byes but will make up for lost time when they cross bats Tuesday as the first half of a double-header in which Treasury and Standards face in the nightcap. TROPHY TO WINNER A trophy for the winning team will be donated by Atlas Sports Shop, with individual medal awards to the winning team being given by the Community Center Department. While last year’s play proved that many dark horses develop whose praises will be sung later on, the league rosters reveal such well-known names to sports fans as Harold Steffes, Ed Todr yk, Johnny Mandes and "Pop” De- Gast, all smoke-ball hurlers who rank among the 10 best pitchers in Washington’s softbaP ranks. OTHER "STARS” Other established sports figures include Buddy Nau and Mario Greggorio, -'ormer Georgetown and Central High athletes; Gar rett Waters, explayer manager of the Takoma Tigers, champions of a few years back, who had a good part in the development of Jake Powell: Sid Katznell, who used to slug ’em for the only Benny Tate and Warwick A. C.; Morris Bealle, Dutch Axt, John Eiseman, for mer three-sport man at Maryland University; Tots Long and Joe Greenberg, of the “old-timers”; George Jenkins, last year’s quar terback at George Washington University; Carvel Diller, ex-Notre Dame diamond luminary; Everette Lunsford and Tom and Abbie Clark, standouts of the local sand lots. Schedule: i October 23. Victory Poet v«. Bureau ot Standards, 7j15; Treasury vs. Commu nity All Stars, 8:30; 2«. V. M. C. A. vs. Sogimas, 7:15; Standards vs. Treas ury, 8:30. November 2. Sogimas ve. Victory Post, 7:15; Community All Stars vs. Y. M. C. A., 8:30; 6, Treasury vs. Sogimas. 7:15; Community All Stars vs. Bureau ot Standards. 8:30; 9. Y. M. C. A. vs. Vic tory, 7:16; Sogimas vs. Bureau of Stand ards, 8:30; 13. Y. M. C. A. vs. Treasury. 7:15; Community All Stars vs. Victory Post. 8:30; 16. Treasury va Victor Post, 7:15; Community All Stars v. Sogimas. 8:30; 20. Y. M. C. A. vs. Bureau of Standards, 7:15; Treasury va Commu nity All Stars. 8:30; 23. Victory Post vs. Bureau of Standards, 7:15; 23, Y. M. C. A. va Sogimas. 8:30; 30. Community All Stars va. Y. M. C. A.. 7:15; Sogimas vs. Victory Post. 8:30. December 4. Bureau of Standards vs. Treasury. 7:15: Victory Post vs. Y. M. C A.. 8:30; 7. Treasury va Sogimas, 7:15; Community All Stars vs. Victory Post. 8:30; 11, Y. M. C. A. vs. Treasury. 7:15; Sogimas va. Bureau of Standards, 8-30; 14, Community All Stars vs. Sogimas. 7:15: Y. M. C. A. vs. Bureau of Standards. 8:30; 18. Community All Stars vs. Bureau ot Standards, 7:15; Victory Post vs. Treasury. 8:30. T«Z«pAon« District 7000 Starts Tonight TRAINER’S TIP y( to /it o (AF** HATS OFF—Sixth race at Rockingham Park INJURED HOY AS SET FOR PENN; GRIDIRON MUDDY (Continued from Ist Sport Page) turn in its best team effort of the year and may win Said, the Geogretown mentor: "Football history at George town proves that a Hoya team given no chance at all to win often comes through with a great team effort and wins. It is not at all impossible for Georgetown to beat Penn. One never can tell—maybe we might score an upset.” THREE SETS Penn has been experiencing al most as much difficulty with its backs as Georgetown has with its backs. Burke, Dresher, Buxbaum and Connell wi'J start for Penn today, coach Harman has started three different backfield combina tions in Penn’s last three games, and today’s is different from any of the prior three. • Like Georgetown, Penn has no outstanding, all-round performer. Maybe if both opposing backfields in today’s game are on a par. and the Hoya line is able to hold its own with Penn’s, Georgetown will hold Penn to a low score—perhaps win the game. Sports World Passing Show Anybody’s game seen by Davis J. Walsh in clash be tween Fordham and Texas Christian elevens at New York today. Navy and Notre Dame rated . almost even while Pitt was made 8 to 5 choice over Wisconsin. Davey Day of Chicago won decision over Enrico Venturi, lightweight champion of Eu rope, in 10-round bout at New York. Refusal of Donle Bush to ac cept Boston Bees’ managerial post reported to make Casey Stengel man to take over job. Temple eleven scored 7 to 0 victory over Carnegie Tech be fore 15,000 at Philadelphia. Jockey Nick Wall scored quadruple on Cattistock, Early Delivery, Count Edward and Continuity at Empire City. Challephen, 24 to 1 shot, won in featured race at Laurel by length over Red Rain. Natty Boy won by neck over Prince Sador in featured event at Rockingham Park. OWLS DOWN TARTANS PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 23. Holding on to a first-period touch down and extra point made by Fullback Pappas, the Temple eleven held Carnegie Tech score less under floodlights here before a crowd of 25,000 for a l-to-0 vic tory. McCarthy’s Selections AT EMPIRE—Likely winner® are: First, Depend, edge in open race; third. Dauber, call on last; seventh, Bonsoir, one more chance. AT BAY MEADOWS—Third. City Slicker, on edge; seventh, Sally s Booter, suited here; eighth, Borsodi, slightly best. AT CHURCHILL DOWNS —Third, Black Buddy, dropped way down; fourth, Wowo, speedy, sharp; fifth, Mountain Ridge, class of field. AT DUFFERIN—First, Lucky Foot, wins often; fifth. Hittie, well placed; seventh. Fort Dearborn, honest sort. AT LAUREL—Fifth H,eelfly, reo ord sensational; sixth. Dead Calm, now ready; seventh, Zembla, scratched for this. AT RIVEB DOWN®—First. Sequoia, another chance; sixth. Erin Torch, figures here; seventh. Miss Gobi, should repeat. AT ROCKINGHAM — Fifth. Wise Player, much improved; sixth. Star wick. stumbled last out; seventh, Hickory Lad. has hit stride. AT SPORTSMANS PARK—Second. Skalkahoe. last very good; seventh. Duchess Reigh, logical selection; eighth. Communist, soft spot. Major Smyley is parlaying on Mountain Ridge and Zembla. (Copyright by King Features Syndicate] Football Games Today AberdeenThr AufU«ten»(BD) .. . AbilensCbrirt* Southwestern. Abilsas. T«... • • Akron .. BaldwlnWallce Akron f 49 Albion Thr . Rieke . . Albion,lds.... U • Alcorn AAM . Min Ind Coll Aloorn.Mlae Alfred Kenyon Alfrod.NY American William-Mary Washington . Amherst Wesleyan AmhenLMass. Tl 4 Arizona Centensry• . Tucson ... 11 11 Arkansas So Methodist. Fort Smith.. IT • ArkansasStato Southern Pino B, ufU. IS J Ashland Otterbein ... Ashland, Ohio J • Aurustana 111. North Central. Bodr Island.. • T Batea . Maine - Lewiston, W 11 BelllnghamTh Wash State Fr Blshm. Wash. . Beloit Knox Beloit. 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Columbia 0 20 Missouri Mlnee Kirksville Thr Rolla .. IS 18 Monmouth Thr Albany .. Independce, Oro T • Morehead Thr Transylvania Mor ehead. Ky.. T • Morehouse Morris Brown Atlanta 8 • Morgan ... Bluefield Inst Baltimore.... <0 Morningside. .. Routh Dakota Sioux City, la. IS 25 Morris ... Morristown Morris, SC... Murray Thr . MisslsslpplCol Murray Ky 14 38 N Britain Thr Hartwick ... New Brit Conn T T Nevada Coll Pac Reno 0 35 New Hampshire Vermont Durham 54 • New Tork Univ Lafayette New Tork ... 44 • New Tork Agri Nassau-Hofst Farmingdale. Niagara st Lawrence . Niagara Falla. OIS North Carolina Tulane .. Chapel Hill . T3l Notre Dame. US Nav Acd . Notre Dame .. OS Oberlin ... Swarthmore... Oberlin, Ohio. . Occidental ...Redlands ... Los Angeles... OIS Ohio State.... Northwestern.. Columbus.... 13 14 Ohio Univ Dsyton .. Athens 10 4 Ohio Wesleyan Rollins (Fla). Delaware,® Oklahoma . Kansas . 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Princeton .. ■ N Brunswick S3S St Cloud Thr Winona Thr St Cloud,Minn 31 S St John (Minn)Concordla ...Collegeville... 13 8 St Joseph (Pa) Lebanon Vai Overbrook. .. IS S , St Louis Catholic U . St Louis 4 St Mary (Cal) Idaho San Francisco 38 f ’ St Olaf - Carleton .... Northfield,Minn T3B St Paul(Va) Virginia Un . Lawrenceville. S S San DlegoState N Mex State San Diego .. T T Shaw Johns'nCSmitb Raleigh, NO.. f 8 Shurtleff The Principle Alton. Hl 8 20 SilverCityThr Las Vegas Thr Silver City.NM 0 8 So Car A*M MontgomryTbr Orangeburg . So Dak State Wichita Brookings 038 Spearfish Thr Regis ... ■ Spearfish,SD IS 8 Statesboro Tbr Georgia MC Statesboro. Ga. TIS Susquehsnna Wash'gt'nCol Selinsgrove. Pa 4IS Talladega Atab maA&M Talladega, Ala 8 8 Tempe Thr FlagstafThr Tempo, Aria... 818 Tennessee Sewanee .... Knoxville ... •. . • TerreHauteThr Valpsraiao. .. TerreHauta Texas Rice Austin ... • T Texas A&M . Baylor .• - Colege Stat.. • 8 Texas Tech . New Mexico Lubbock Toledo . Miami (Ohio) Toledo ... 813 Trenton Thr Arnold Trenton, NJ T 9 Tufts . Williams .. Medford. Mast 8 8 Tulsa Okla AftM Tulsa IS 8 Union .. Rensselaer Schnectady.NY 8 8 US Mil Acd Wasb’t'n (StL)West Point UCLA .. . Wash State Los Angeloa . IS3 Ursinus Muhlenberg . Collegeville,Pa IS 8 Utah Denver Salt Lake City 81 8 Uta i State ... Wyoming ... Logan ... 35 8 Vanderbilt .. Louisiana ...Nashville 818 Viilanova ... Buckneli . Villanova. Pa. 8 8 Virginia Va MH Inst Charlottesvilla. •IS Vs Poly Inst Washtn-Lee . Blacksburg ... BST Virginia State Greensb’rA&T Petersburg 14 T Wahash Rose Poly Crwfdville.lnd 13 8 Wake Forest No Car State WakeForoat.NO 8 8 Washington Stanford .... Seattle . 14 14 Wost State Thr GreelyThx .... Gunnison, Col Westminster Geneva ... NWilmlgtnn»Fß 851 West Virginia Waynesburg . Morgantown... T 8 West Va State Howard (Wash) Institute ... SS 8 Yale Cornell Now Haven.... S 3 8 THE LINEUPS Pos —G • B MD. SYRACUSE No. L.E.—39 55 Bryant Allen S 3 L.T.—4B 43 Albarano Wobater 14 L.G.—62 93 Wolfe Hooper It Cen.—22 33 Walton Swarr 20 R.G.—34 59 Surgent Daugherty 4 R.T.—52 95 Brown Heater 8 R E —54 89 McCarthy Rekatle 1 z Q. 37 49 Weldinger Gorecke 28 L.H.—45 57 Meade Glickman 25 R. 50 63 Mondorff .... Hinkle 23 F. 8.—46 39 DeArmey ..... Baylock 23 • G and B denotes numbers of gold or black uniforms either ot which may bo worn. RESERVES Syracuse — Balmer. 4; Heer. IT: Thomae,34; Markowski, 33: Stanialay, 54; McAlliater, 43; Gell, SO; Pfeiffer, 7; Bruett. 21; Dudley, 33; Woodward, 37; Cook. 42; Burke. 2; Moore, 3: Handler, 12; Kano. 51; Smith. 41; Theroux. 43: Caaadei, 45; Loßargo, 51: DoFurla, 52; Armstrong. 10; Troup, 15:Koch, S: Hoff man, 5; Krout. 18; Bidatalngh, 13; Zin* dahl. 24; D* Antonio. 28; Mortaon. 20; Malcovic. 31; Marvil. 32; Perkin®, 35; Taylor. 36 Jamieson. 31; Ruth, 40; Bouthlller, 46; Healey, 47. Maryland—Smith. 41, 76: dudkoff. 47, 81; Beamer. 40. 71; Wood. 33. 83; Dane, ker 53, 22; Dowling. 61, 37; Davis, 56, 91; Lloyd 38. 79; Lawrence, 38, 29; Altcheson. 35. 51* Jonoe, 18. It: Hea®, 51, 77; Forrester. 27. 35; Parris, S 3. 37; Hewitt, 28. 23: Skotntcki, 13. 13; Boyda. 44. 85; Wheeler, 33. 45: Brand, 30, 31; ) Cronin. 15, 15; Mlllor, 17. 38.