The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 10, 1949, Image 3

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In Dallas, 20- r. 10 (JB—Qklahormj down to the Texas 14-yj a ‘JO-l'l victorj* ovef little 4n|«r but Texas bi n a'roupb forty-fourth Thomas tried i a field g thla atwleid,'lintersec- the 21. It was shOrt. Dalian, Oct gouged out ^exas today in a'rou, ;renewal of this st tional foqtbnll eganv Gouged dn right because the mas- site Soenbra tore the Texas line as wide open n» the Lone Star Tipps Okli I'.J r„ i? beCai » the k the prairie while Ivean Heathi George Thomas ahd Darrell Royal scoot ed through for great, chunks of yardage. . , No team with more power ever showed its wares in the big Cotton Bowl.-Jt was for thc ; edification of 75,347 fans—the largest crowd ever to see a gridiron battle in South- ^Weatern history. j j Texas fought back and although outplayed could have won or tied but for a dropped pass and several -^fizzles of drives that carried deep into Sooner territory. Oklahoma Shows Power \ Oklahoma spotted Texas a touch- donw and then roared back like the national No. 3 rating it knows. The Sobners pounded out 216 yards oii tho ground and used the overhead sparingly although it was the air weapon that brought the lajst touch- jdowru Texus got IIS yards rush ing and 139 passing, i After the game .ihc Oklahoma hand played and some Oklahoma partisans tried to tear down a goal j>ost. But a policeman : knoekerl out one persistent Tellow with a feingle punch. Fellow Oklahomans revived him, then took him off Uu; field. The others scattered. George Thomas of Oklalnonia was the leading ground-gainer with 80 bar yards on 12 runs. Randall Clayjint the 21. 4t was s uP® ■mmmrv But Oklahoma n settled the ssue. Taking tire i jnd half kick- aal (jrunich- a ijcore in five days. ?ri)m the 12-yard line LindeH Pearson'pldiw tackle for: a toucl s again converted. Oklahoma scored again ;in fourth period on aj 38-yard s after aj short Texas punt ’ Heath circled end lfi rell Royal passed jto Jim Dwens for the score. Tipfs iniascd jlhc ex- tra poipt. J ! - | ■ j Texaaj smashed 68 yards i for a touchdowir as time ran lout. Ljew Levine made it with a, 12-yard crash through the line, (lay kick- ed the j point.. | j j j Lobos Succumb To Owls, 55- 6 "■ ;Hl: i f Houston, Toy., Oct. 10 lA^f-Briefs ;Owls ran inexperienced New Mex ico ragged with quick opening-play^ tonight; and walked off wjith an easy 65! to 0 tictorj- over the bor der conference Four of th< came a|s ; Rice team. ijidoVnii 5 jljoprtied eigflit toucl a:s wee forwards gaping iholes in the center ! of the New Mexico line tq penijit; speedy bajeks (o rush thrtougli fop s^or- . injg ninis pf 19,48,3p and SHyeats. led for Texas with 50. Iq passing Three) Owl nuarterbaeks4-Tobin : ! • Paul Oampbedl of T^'xas completed 13 out of 26 for 84 yards. Steers Score Firsd. * ’ j ' Texas scored, first to open the Second period.. After twice being repulsed in (the shadow "of the . Sooner.goal line, t he Longhorns got a drive under way that earner 52 yards for the pay-qff. Clay made it, cracking the line twice from the IP-yard line. He also 'kicked the extra point. . Bitti Oklahoma took the kick-off and paraded 66 yards to a’ tying touchdown, getting it in six plays[ Rote, Vernon Class and Harmon Carswell—tiosset touchdown pOss- • 'i* r.h aT Ibl over from the 2 brjthc othejf mdrk er aftei llnlfbnc k Rex Proctor had 62 yards, j iF returned a pun . Baylor Overwhelm Porkers, 35 -13 • • j, Waco, Tex. Oct, 10 (AH—Adrian Burk, brought Baylor's “T” to a quick boil apd the Bears steamed to a 35.13 victory over Arkansas. The licking dumped the Razor- backs from tiie ranks of the unde-. feated and kept Baylor there. Kjob Woodruff's smooth mach- j ine spotted Arkansas a touchdown in the first few minutes of play, tied the score before the end of the period and then went on a three-touchdown spree in the sec ond quarter that assured the South- w'est Conference decision. A touchdown for each team in the third period settled the scor ing and Baylor subs stopped Ar kansas the remainder of the game. Burk Stands Outs Burkes passing was deadly, but it Was his quarterbacking that routed Arkansas and preserved the Bears’ record of never having lost to a Razorback club at Waco. He blew' the Arkansas defense open;; as he sent James Parker, Dudley Parker, Jerry Mangum, Ja)nes Jeffrey and an assortment of other backs in a provision pat tern of morale shattering plays. Arkansas played without the ser vices of its great fullback^ Leon ("Muscles) Campbell. Hogs Score Fred Williams recovered Jerry Mangum’s fumble on Baylor’s 32- j ard line in the opening minutes of play for Arkansas. In 10 plays the Razorbacks bad scored,, Don Logdc smashing over from the half yard line. ""•si ttack Behind Ray Bullock (81), Tiger right end, takes a pass from LSU quar- terhaek Carroll Griffith ) for the initial Bengal score just 6('j minutes after the opening kickoff. Aggie defensive backs who arrived too late to break up the play are Buddy Shaeffer (45), John L. Christensen (281, and Charley McDonald (27). Blobmingtod, Ind., Oct 10 (Ah— Opportune pawing and some decep tive tunning after a bulltjt aerial gave Texas Christilan University a mud-splattjored 13*8 football victory over Indiana’a HobsierB to day. Little Limly Berry, TCU’s nom ination to fill‘the shoes of Sammy Baugh at the Fort Worth school, was responsible for a third period pass that broke Indiana’s back. Bony, slightly ill from tooth, trouble at th$ start of the game, sat out mbst; of the first period but his quarterback post was well] filled by 19-year-old Dan Wilde. The Graham,[Tex., substitute for the Wichita Falls wizard throw' the pass that opened scoring in the first period, j r ” Jl, A half-hour! long rain soaked the gridiron about an hour before game ! time and took! away much of TCU’s aerial threat. The ground was too soggy for the; pass receivers to get a good Tooting, hut 20,000 fans I waited out the rain To watch tho game. ; Indiana Scores' i Quarterback Nick Sebek, a thiTC-1 letter man on! Coach Clyde Smith’s, sophomore-stiidded Western Con ference squad, um»rktHi a jump pass to end Ifugh Craton on a play that covered 31 yards for Jindiana’a only touchdown in the second quar ter. ].• j ij mi . ;/I | : , By niAStK HUI 1 1 It was a case of too much mud, Saturday night in Blah handed a convincing 34 to 0 ana State eleven in Tiger S About 3Q,000.»*pectator». period to outplay the scrapping Aggie eleven. ; Led by Ebert Van Bui-en, Quar terback Carroll Griffith, ; Ken Konz, and a fast, powerful line, I Tigers wade first dowps at will and often under the; most copfusing cireUinstanees rhadf lo 1 tuns or connecteil with groutid-eu ing serials to score. Gridiron Water-Soake power.- speed and «4gf%were hoi the T igei-H wir- acore e (i p< \ rfer. the 1 game, marred by fwmbl«« and penalties, was played oi eivsoaked field. At time* It was hpid to tell if a player had tile bal or a big hunk of mud in hisj hand Action, started fast and ftmousl The “ “ ' h seven , I . psjss from Griffith to RulloCk thd game was only jsix and a half mm] uties old. Mud for Fvcryone I Coach; Tinsleysaw’ to it that mian ]on the bench got his liform coat .vl. A see-saw battle held the spot light the rest of the period w’itl tt was on a 39-,varrl blast Jeft guard by Thontas. -Kun Tipps converted. Liintrip, Ballard Score Laptrip and Van Ballutd each scored It wo Kiev touchdo 4’niS. In addition to his line plunge, ; Lun- trip majJc the 18-yuid qilujc open er "run. i \ Ballard took a 34-yarn scoring pass.,frqm Glass and aeeoiiplished overi the 48-yard scamper. .Sonny Wyatt scored yards out in a 54-yard driMe, w Oklahoma crashed and banged !j ^tg^ 5)0- =C from j Rdte^ 6k)-yard[ scoring tojss jwa^ to I staji t of the third quarter ami went | reserve jend jRilly i Taylor. End'81 yprds for a touchdown, Logue’s - -V ■ -wwrt, i "jt Frank Allen tpok the 8 yi (d puss pass to Joe Dugan accounting for Begin W ith a I in oi|f rom <f ra *4 HEINE S BLEND.. The Smoking Tobacco With v . a Ph.D.* Degree! * 1 V" r ]•>- Rice Had 11 first downs ■1 ! Mexico’s nishing One i evening 10 and rani up f28tS j'dtds i a and 162 through the air, f the best (‘finds’ ! of Iflie was the terrific li ic-plu;'- Eense - pf Ike Neuniann. a junior f(om Port Arthur. Re per- fo.uned equally well agains , parses ( Covery was sophomore James Tibi ' * *"■ 1 1 Was m dnd, , fresh- c jenli S.jJ • Heine’s blend >1 uupunl PIPE TOBACCO avrufr TO«accocow«srrmMafcs...caiu. [ “ • . L Pleasing Huudrifls Daily j jnons at | left end. Tim me jised earlier JtHis season as jmd was switched back to h plan position of tadflc as slot became well fortifiet offen- sivel^. f j I" ' ; Scorin 1 New I Mexico dj 0 Riocj I 20,14 ^ I aylop took the kick-off after the topchdown and marched 53 yards in! 11 plays ;for one of its own. ,£ Bytk passed nine yards to Jeffrey to complete the march. (Tho Bears burst loose in the sec ond period, 12 plays covering 78 yards for one touchdown With Bqrk scoring from inside the one. Jeffrey, a few moments later, ran 45 yards for another touchdown. Park Climakes Drive The Very next time Baylor got the ball, James Park climaxed a! 51-yard drive for a tally. The play before, brother Dudley had gone over the goal but a penalty nulli- , 19 j fied ■ this effort. . . . pile; Arkansas came bark for the jto Ij thej fast 62 yards. iVillia(ns Accurate Baylor matched the effort when Froggjic Williams made ioodj on j blocked Louis Sch- rfive of six extra point kick! while 8U ^ e u s 1™ ? tht '.‘f Bjilly,Bi rkhaltjer and Gerald kick- j^ ^ e ;. l ed ooa each. , ■ i. • j , i j Ison iiass moved the ball to the o i| ew (K°‘1I-line an d Bulk crossed it on - 'a line plunge. Dickerson Boots Points Homy Dickerson kicked five ex tra poiits for Baylor and Duval Thorntcn one for Arkansas. Wf>od n(ff just about cleaned the bench in the last two quarters as ronnijng plpys. The other dijs- j and. tin game settled into a dull -r ) j- Battalion D P CRT a MONDAY, OCTOBEH 10, 1919 Page 3 both teams having troub e tlie thick' mud: ! Ikngals Stymied ; jThc: Eengals^ in nnoth?i; serk» of line bucking plays, smashed the pigskin down to the Ag 27 y ~ J line, but were .unable to Score. Both ground games were stalled >fUM field. Indiana^ twice beaten before in the slime! of the puddle-filh befe with a) today’s ‘ gamcj, wound up rushing deficit of 12 yards. jCoachj Dutch Meyer’s Horned Frogs— starting with a victory, a loss and n ti'o-j-picked; up only 70 yards oil the ground. The Southwest Conference team, ! after it» third victory without a ! defeat in its series with Indiana, ).scored quickly in the first period* j A bad pass from center sailed over I Indiana’s Bobby Robertson as he j (Stood back to punt on a fourth j down. TCI;! ^mothered Robertson on hijs IS,,and after a first down I Wilde heaved to End Wilson I George over; the goal. Fullback I Homer Ludiker added the extra i point.’ J J . I ; ' ' } t j.| BROOKLYN, N. Yj. Oct. 10 (riP).-—New York’s “invalids! Frog Defense Leaked of destiny” reaped their final glory Sunday when they loosed l Indiana’s score came midway in an assault reminiscent Pf past great Yankee teams to crush I sefeond period when Sebekjeuni th, Brooklyn Dodfws, 10 to 6. and wrap up the 1049 World | feripf 1,1 ^ve games. , i in Scbek’s phss and romped qnt A howling crowd of 33,7ljl,-f, the yard i • • - ... Mj ; |, TVhen the g^n sounded jlendin^ ijc first quarter the Aggids (jyert trying hard to get Ithe ball past midfield. After Lary had piinted to the Tiger 38 Vard line, Ebert Van Buran, on a first down, end: around play, scampered 62 yards down the sideline^ for the second LSljJj; mark er of the gamel The PAT wfip good, Bombers Win Worid Series From Bums packed into Ebbets Field, watched | the new champions unload eleven ' sptid nits, including aibome run by the great Joe DiMa^io, 4 triple Scbek's pass touched for ithe romped score. The In crashing their National. tempted placement was wide. League rivals, 1 games to 1, the ; The day’s most spectacular plaj 'American League bombers scored; was TCU’s third period score tba) display for the estimated crowd of 1-1,000 to watch. Arkansas’ vaunted rushing at- IfitUuJSa wSstric, the Razorbacks seemed unable to know what, to do about Baylor's. The Bears picked up 211 yards ion the ground, 85 3-ards through ajtd Taj double off six Brooklyn cjurverjs, to pile up a 10-to-2 lead in thei first six innings andj in the clincher going.away. Everything was normal at the eind of the 3-hour and 1-minute Bonny brook, Joe Page, the top relief pitcher of the generation, vj,’as ifi there for the sixty-third time since the campaign began, bearing down and Striking out Dodgejrs under the arc lights, on for their twelfth, world series victory put of the sixteen playoffs in which they halve participated. In finished India's offensive threat. From his owjn 47-j‘ard line, Berry hit fullback Johnny Morton on a the stadium to Preacher Roe's losing only the second game at i 10-yard acrikl. Morton l^tcraled ’ to end Morris Bailey, who stepped to the Indiana 25 before lateraling to halfback Jimmy Hickey. He tm brilliant pitching, plusively proved the Yanks con- that they were Jeffrey’s "effort on ten carries. Arkansas netted 126 3'ards on the ground and 146 by passing. | j. i -'S' * * |* ! Ride sborihg: Touphdop:ii<-^Bal- lard !2, Lantrip 2, Biggs, Taylor, y. - Allen, Wyatt. Point j afteH touch-1 SnrinKling Bed Is dowi—y'illiaihs j 5 r ' ’ 1 T : £ ’ 1 Burkhait ?r | piacem^i Ij-' < place ment). He teas protecting, as he had so Often done during the yean a lead Which had threatened to evaporate When his Yankee predecessor, Vic Raschi, came unbuckled ijn the Brooklyn seventh and . was j pound ed for four runs, including a home run by Gil Hodges, the [Dodger j first baseman, with two nfalcs 4* Doarpi , ’ " j j , . Page Whiffs Tlirec Nashville, Tenn., t/P'—Ior years i in the ninth inning Lcjiy Joe Albert Carney sprinkled lus bed . r08c . l0 the height^ by striki . with water every night. He told Duke -Snider. Jackiq Robinson 1 neighbors he liked to “water it; Feafsomc Hodges I dowfh' t° reduce the firo hazard. ] t wo aboard, to throtile the final a better team than the Brooks as )ong as Page was on call in their bullpen. After being stopped almost cold; by big Don Newcombo and Roc in; the first two games and being Similarly ill-treated by Ralph Branca ilntil Pinch-Hitter Johnny Mize came through hi the butt end, (See YANKS, Page 4) mukingj the count stapd at ; 14*-0. iWitn five h)inutes remaining iti thlc second half, Griffith giggled and weaved his way through the Ag li»e from the four yard ; Hue t« sejaiv standing tip. Again tHe Con version was by Griffith godd^ mak ing the 8borcl21 to 0. 1 ijsu Holds Edge; The Btmgujs, althoughs|peiial}) ized 70 yards in the first half, racked up a total of 239 net yard tv ruahing and seven fifst <i0Wns to lead in the Ifirst half stigUaitiit column. The Farmers •(Mac. tw first downs, hud one fiftevn yard peipalty, and gjained 88 j-artlti rush- in ^- • TJ Fumbles aftd penalties; 'didnlt; seem to halt! the Tigeri’IjidciouS attack in the tliird quarter on 3-1-yard touchdown pasaJj ,\ The tally came when Mol L>d t tobk one of Griffiths’- tqsiSea on the Aggie 24-yard stripd,! scam- pefed out of reach of Schaeffer jaiid Christensen, and run the; rest ojf the way ^vithout a hand bding laid on him. ;' i ; . I r. I I ; Jimmie Flowers seemed :fp ■ geit colored uniform -coated with /; j I H- > ! e final score came two min- utdl into tjid last quarter when Gr ffith passed to right end War- reij Virietoj on the A AM 33 and! thi: lanky end ran nntmiched the resf of tho Way. Griffith added the point and! the sc6rel>oanl ryml Sptyl i' f " ' .11 puling duo) then took oyer with Aj giei Yale Lary and Tiger Kc»neth Konz both!|gcttii)g off. some fine Mts. ; f j \- iVlth only 30 Seconds remaining in (he game, the Cadets I caught fire.' Nichiols heaved one to Charlie Boy- 6 alii'! who, ajftejr cvadjjiig thrtc ene my taekleraj, vias run out of bound.'. , on ; the Bengal twelvle. |. The play, good for 37 yards, ended the igame. T f'u Lwc, Sam; LI Coyne. Ed ji L Nick Rousaos j Reid, Joe Shoaf, Jim Cqsimano.C 1R Bullock, R ~ I BE :QB J * LH8 .. . f *HB Vain Buran, E.; FB 4 -4?—^ & ■! ' ! Whittaker, W Spencer, M. dolberg, Cart Bates, Boh Beott, Dirk Tucker, ID Copeland. Ct- {Nicholas, Don iRoyaity, Goff, Smith, Hr iwlins Club Will eet IHond ill if. 1mi«| are invited to a' ting (if Ac A lb . to be tt<$i in th(> TMCA Lounge at 7:89 p. . III. ■ , i; a - nd the first Abiia Bowling) h(|d Mnto ay, Oetobc ‘ E-Studept’: 1 ... i]d. Plans flot bnlying a bowling 1 nkinianH'nt »'► the Aggie dihcusseu. .ITowerjtj Stands Out ; de«rt«incj members Bold ing Team will ,ast year’s lowlin npjthc. soils op Siwith fb|jr > twa defeats. Baylor was defeuto(t )rf twice with; Tshv ahd University^ of Houston eajh suffepng one dcl- Bowk rs. The - J bly the Aggie lo vsCs; we pe a t ai d- tne C- of e rest of tho way for the Ludikcr's kick was wide. sful oa went score: Both teams tried unsuccess field goals. Toward the close the fjrst half. Indiana's-Don Han kie booted one from the 24-yard line that hit the cross bur and bounced back) TCU’s Ludiker tried one from Indiana's 24-yard stripe but it; was wide. raSS Not Fire Insurance Nashville, Tenn., i/PVFo L - , . |i, +... fr- - -j - - A r u ^ . , .htg o(rt Robinton; and the lajit with QUARTERBACK CLUB !- I v -~ \ , r his W WeAm Last night Carne/s garage house I gesture of the .stricken V at.bush- burned to the ground—bed and all. ] ers. 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