State collegian. (State College, Pa.) 1904-1911, November 10, 1904, Image 3
College 6—Bellefonte Academy 0. In a close fight the College team defeated Bellefonte Academy last Saturday afternoon by a score of 6-0. A strong cross wind made good kicking and catching of punts very difficult, and the fumbling on both sides was noticeable. In the first half State kicked off, Weaver running the ball back fifteen yards before he was downed. Bellefonte tried the College line but failed to gain and Weaver kicked. State then tried line smashing and end runs, rushing the ball to Belle fontes two yard line, when Higson carried it over for the only touch down. Higson also kicked the goal. Soon after the half ended. In the second half Hand kicked off for the College team and then followed a see-saw back and forth across the field. Bellefonte played strongly, at one time having the ball on State’s twelve yard line, when it seemed that a field goal was a sure thing, but the play was not made and Belle fonte’s score remained zero. Academy also claimed a touch down in the second half, when Weaver punted back of the College goal line and then fell at the same time with Burns on the ball. The umpire disallowed it, saying that it was Burns' ball. “Johnny” Weav er, who was on the College team here for a short time this fall, played a splendid game for Bellefonte. Gutelius is also a snappy player. The line-up. BELLEFONTE Taylor left end . left tackle left guard. .. .center.. Sheppler Stover. . Helman.. .right guard., .right tackle. .right end Weaver quarterback Dodge (Sell) Roelofs.left halfiback. Ferguson (Mitchell, Dime’ow) Gutehus right halt back Henry Miller full back... .Higson (Van Horn) Referee —Shoffstall. Umpire—Dunn, 'O5. Lines men —Lilley; Mclntyre. Timekeepers—Hughes, Berry; Touchdowns—Higson 1. Goals.—Higson 1. Time of halves, 20 and 15 minutes. “Labor overcometh all things,” —even the laborer. — Ex. Last Saturday’s Scores. Pennsylvania, 22; Lafayette, 0, Harvard, 0; Dartmouth, 0. Princeton, 12; West Point, 6. Yale, 22; Brown, 0. Cornell, 50; Lehigh, 5. Indians, 28; Ursinus, 0. Princeton Freshmen, 10; Yale Freshmen, 7. Chicago, 68; Texas, 0. Annapolis, 20; State College, 9. Illinois, 46; Ohio State Univer sity, 0. Andover, 36; Lawrenceville, 0. Michigan, 36; Drake, 4. Wesleyan, 23; University of Ver mont, 0. Union, 11; Trinity, 0. Colgate, 6; Williams, 0. Hamilton, 28; Rochester, 6. Columbia second Varsity, 10; Ste vens Institute, 0. Rutgers, 6; Delaware, 6. Harvard Freshmen, 28; Cushing Academy, 11. Bates, 23; Colby, 0. Bowdoin,= 22; University of Maine, 5. Tuft’s College, 23; Springfield Training School, 0. Amherst, 40; Holy Cross, 6. Case School, 21; Ohio Medical University, 0. Oberlin, 12; Western Reserve University, 12, University (Cleveland) School, 0; Morgan Park High, Chicago, 30. A. and M. College, 0; University of South Carolina, 0. Charleston, 65; Fort Screven, 0. University of Virginia, 5; Virginia Polytechnic Institute, 0. Georgetown, 16; North Carolina,o. COLLEGE McComb 1 Crocker! Ritchey McWilliams ..Shoemaker The line up next Saturday will probably be as follows: DICKINSON POSITION STATE Banks left end Barr Seeley (Capt.) left tackle Smith Krebs leftguard White Smith center Dunn Salter right end Moorhead Simpson quarterback Saunders Robison left half back Mcllvatn Rich right half back Yeckley Sadler fullback Forkum (Capt.) Line up •rightguard Woodward . right tackle Moscrip Games Next Saturday. Harvard vs. Holy Cross, at Cam- bridge, Yale vs. Princeton, at Princeton. Columbia vs. Cornell, at New York. Pennsylvania vs. Carlisle Indians, at Philadelphia. Annapolis vs. Virginia, at An napolis. Lafayette vs. Susquehanna, at Easton. Pennsylvania State vs. Dickinson, at Williamsport. Washington and Jefferson vs. Ohio State, at Columbus. Wesleyan vs. Trinity, at Middle town. Michigan vs. Chicago, at Ann Harbor, Georgetown vs.Bucknell, at Wash ington. Harvard, 1908, vs. Yale, 1908, at New Haven. West Point vs. New York Uni versity, at West Point, There once was a chap at a dance Who saw a fan dropped by mischance; As he stooped o'er the floor Something ripped, and he tore From the room with a split in his—gloves! Punch Bowl. “I think,” said the actor, as a cabbage just grazed his nose, “that someone in the audience has lost his head.” Pastor (to the convert) —Do you believe in the laws of the church? “I do.” Pastor (to congregation) —Then let us pray for this person.— Touch- “But if the professor is so absent minded that he can’t remember his own name, why doesn’t he write it on a slip of paper and carry it with him?” “He tried that, but he found that he couldn’t read his own writing.” —Brooklyn Life.