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CLOSE 1928 GRID SCHEDULE "L1~i IUVIaL IN THANKSGIVING DAY G
Four games are outstanding on strong Trojan eleven, and will be I T II GLIu Results of Thanksgiving Day the Nittany Lions crumbling easily
today's gridiron card, which will at the added disadvantage of play- football games served to provide after Toby Uansa, speedy back, ran
mark the close of the 1928 season ing under different climatic con- additional proof of the uncertainty back the initial kick-off from his
with the exception of several con- ditions, as the game is to be played Friedman's Brilliant Passing Wins f the gridiron sport. Only a few own goal line for a touchdown.
I tests scheduled for the South and in Los Angeles. From Earl Britton's Dayton short days after a strong New York The South, scene of the greatest
California. Army-Stanford, South- Don Williams, Southern Califor-I Team By 33-0 Score university eleven had attracted number of Turkey Day games, saw
ern California-Notre Dame, Detroit- nia quarterback, is regarded as one - attention by crushing Carnegie the elimination of one of its trio
Georgetown, and Boston college- of the best field generals on the EX-INDIAN PUNTS WELL Tech, 27 to 13, the Violet team in of unbeaten and untied teams
Holy Cross are the frays that will Pacific coast, while Capt. Jess Hibbs turn was involved in an unexpect- when a husky Kentucky line
I attract nation-wide attention, in- is one of the best guards in the na Unleashing a brilliant passin ed upset. Storming in from the hemmed in Tennessee's backs and
volveng as they do some of the besttin, Having made the all-Ameri d atck that completely bewildered West, a white jersied team from battled the Volunteers to a score-'
Caevnas ear.Earl Britton and his Dayton Tri- Oregon State crushed the New less tie. The other two teams in
A capacity crowd is expected to Chevigny are expected to do most angles, Benny Friedman led the Yorkers, 25 to 13. I the select circle from below the
witness the intersectional struggle of the ball carrying for the Irish. Detroit Wolverines to a one-sided There is much that is alike be- Mason-Dixon line smashed their
at the Polo grounds, New York, Southern California has yet to victory, 33-0. Unless the Frank- tween the two games. Carnegie way to easy victories. Georgia
when Coach Pop Warner's Stan- meet defeat, although the Trojans fort Yellowjackets or the Provi- Tech scored a touchdown within a Tech blasted Auburn, 51 to 0, the
ford Cardinals invade the East to were held to a scoreless tie by Cali- dence Steamrollers will accept a few moments against New York Golden Tornado piling up its big-
do battle with Army's gridiron war- fornia. Notre Dame has had rather challenge for a return encounter University. The violet machine gest score since 1919. Florida de-
riors. Two of the best backs in a disastrous season for the Irish, the Turkey day tilt will be the last also took the opening Oregon State feated Washington and Lee, 24 to 6,
the counttry wsill face each other having lost three games, but the one this season for the Wolverines. kckoff and marched to a touch- to maintain a record unsullied by
when "Onward Christian Cagle, Rocknemen scored a notable tri-in only two plays, Strong defeat.
Army's all-American, matches his umph over Army and won from The team play of the Detroitcaoryin tnl two payk Strdefeah
!crrying the kick back 20 yards, Nebraska secured the Big Six
open field running against the line Navy. eleven was instrumental in their tess
smashing prowess of Biff Hoffman, Boston college will make its final victory, forward passes that work- ing a2rd ths Bandrthntile by don n e g ie,
Stanford captain. bid for an undefeated record when ed with clock-like percision being bra through the rlego hile akdsowne rned k
The Cardinals also possess an the Hub eleven faces Holy Cross at the source of every one of the for are o m, a4 Mo .utruce Tkfa-
elusive pair of halfbacks in Wilton Boston. Holy. Cross will prove a Wolverines' five touchdowns. Thengoal. a 14-to m urgsT
and Si sbot o w om retw - orty pp nen, s t hld H r-Benny's team registered 1 first T e just as spectators were by a 26-to-3 margin.
and Sinis, both of whom are two- worthy opponent, as it held Har_ en- emrgsee 6ns ready to see New York U crash its. Southern Methodist who battled
year veterans. Robesky and Sell- vard to a scoreless tie. However, downs as compared to 5 for Day- way to another triumph, a set of the Army to a tie earlier in the
man are bulwarks in the Stanford Boston is favored to win as a re- ton. Earl Britton, former Illinois unheralded backs, Captain Maple, season again found Texas Christian
forward wall, while Heinecke is a sult of eight consecutive victories, fullback, was the feature of the Hughes and Sherwood began to ,to be a troublesome eleven and
finished center. including wins over Navy and Triangle team, his brilliant kicking rip the Violet forward wall to were forced to accept defeat, 15 to
Army is regarded as one of the Fordham. preventing Detroit from piling up shreds, piling over the New York 6. Among the Pacific coast teams.
leading elevens in the nation in; University of Detroit will like- even a greater score. goal line for fouri touchdowns. Washington eked out a 6-to-0
spite of the 12-6 upset at the hands wise be defending a clean slate Friedman Heaves Long Pass Other games in the East lacked triumph over Washington State,:
of Notre Dame. The Cadets have when the Titans entertain the In the opening period Friedman the sensational nature of the While Oregon downed the southern
conquered 'Southern Methodist strong Georgetown eleven. A rec- completed a 40-yard toss to Sed- events at New York City. Pennsyl- branch of the University of Cali-
Harvard, Yale, and Nebraska to ord crowd of 30,000 is expected to brook who was stopped on the vania handed Cornell a 49-to-0 de- fornia, 20 to 6.
date. 'Stanford lost to Southern see the game. Dayton 10-yard line. Another pass feat, the worst for a Big Red eleven
California,'10-0, and was tied by -"over the goal to the same receiver since 1893. Brown also smashed a FRESHMEN
California, 13-13, last wekt.e in- FIRST YEAR MAT netted atouchdown.dFriedman Thanksgiving day jinx of some SQUAD EVELOPS
Another intersectionalbatein kickedgol Benny scored the next standing by eking out a 16 to 13 Q;U_____,
volving the Middle West and the MEN LOSE MATCH six points on a thrust off tackle victory over Colgate in a game in
Far West, will see Notre Dame en-! after a series of passes had placed vic er Colkin a gae Showing steady progress under
deavour to repeat last year's tri- Sophomore grapplers on the the oval within striking distance. shcd Ket.i- ' n' the tutelage of Coach Matt Mann
umph over Southern California. Varsity squad won a 19-11 victory Baccus Intercepts Pass The University of Pittsburg the freshman swimming team is
The Irish will be up against a over Russ Sauer's freshman mat- The third period saw Detroit snowed Penn State under, 26 to 0, sme sixty odd candidaes whFrom
men yesterday afternoon in a score again when Carl Baccus, for- i ort yindtesa ore-
HANDBALL TOURNAMENT closely contested meet held in the mer Nebraska captain, leaped high iLLINOIS PREPARES FOR inrted early enth yearfor yea
new wrestling room in the Intra- pinto the air to take Rex Thomas
DRA S N OPLAYERS mural building. It was the first pass as he stepped over the Day- CONFERENCE COURT RACE survived the parings incidental to
competition of the season for both ton goal line. Friedman inter-preliminary training and among
With strong fields entered insquads cepted an enemy pass and then this group a number of potential
sgpqer us ds. cpetedaenemyassThasdthen CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Nov. 30.-Four varsity men are expected to be de-
both groups the 1928 all-campus Thmaceprvdtbead completed a toss to Thomas for v o-ofrnegmeicuigvlpd
handbpall Stournament will get un- The matches proved to be hard4-ydganTnyFthrms- non-Conference games, 'including veloed.
ha th en t wil tun- fought and both Coach Clifford 40-yardugain.eTiny F e the an intersectional contest with the A wealth of free style material
day aferroon. Sixty-four entries Keen and Russ Sauer, the yearlinge touh tUniversity of North Dakota, will seems available with ten of the
ay afternon. Sity-fr meti mentor were highly pleased with Auhdgn sorepare Coach Craig Ruby's Uni- fifteen men competing in these
tion while 21 teams await the call the results. The freshmen showed v high hoo rialry as re- vrsity of Illinois basketball team events.
in the doble s aexceptional promise considering man met on the field Matsu was or the inaugural of the Big Ten The breast stroke seems well
Among those whose play has that it was their first taste of reg- muant ongh fil ats was season against Purdue here, Janu- taken care of with four capable
m hgt ular competition and should give quarterbacking for East High of ary 5. performers available in Miller,
stampedathemmps loals oen-ast the Varsity candidates even a C leni12 whehat tem The Illini will open the season Wunch, Staelin, and Kline. ; In the
der'uslurels remast harder run for their money when bat' hnig ch was Gred- in a game with Bradley here, Dec- I back stroke talent seems the scarc-
er's winer, KneligsonFriesman, the second meet of the year is held ma n's h h s tfit sen- ember 10. Games with Lombard i est with but two men available.
Weelrui. Fatert Jonetan next Friday afternoon. sin, heve , ting net md North Dalota will give Ruby Rawatch, and Valantine who is
in the intramural handball is prov- I Watts scored the first victory for High for the title Matsu played urther chance to develop his men also a free styler.
ing very successful this year with the yearlings in the 125 pound bout halfback for the losers. iefore taking them to Crawfords- The free style aspirants include
fifty-three of the fraternities be- when he gained a decision over: 'vie, Ind., to close the preparatory Ladd, Ma e, Pocock, Knapp, Va
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