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Md@rs To Wage Inter-Squad
Bale Tomorrow Afternoon
i With another week of tough
•workouts under their belts, Penn
Slate’s varsity gridders will take
(the field tomorrow afternoon in an
other practice tilt at 2:30. The
inter-squad battle will be held on
the practice field on New Beaver
(Refuting (the oft quoted theory
that the Lion football team was
weak in reserve material in sev
eral spots, the Green eleven slap
ped down the varsity Blues to the
tune of 9 to 0 yesterday afternoon.
. Instead of being cheered by this
reversal of form, however, Coach
Bob Higgins and his assistants felt
rather despondent. The regulars
failed to pull together and were
completely off key.
. . The outstanding player, of the
day was Hank Day whose ball
carrying set the Blues back on
their heels time and time again. It
was his stirring 65 yard dash in the
third quarter that set up the only
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touchdown. Hank took the ball off
right tackle and when apparently
stopped, cut back through the sec
ondary. He was finally brought
down on the Blue 13-yard marker.
Ralph Ventresco, who is rounding
into shape after a recurrence of a
knee injury, scored on a short
Ventresco also tallied the re
maining three points on a field
goal in the second quarter when he
place-kicked the ball between the
uprights from the 15-yard marker.
Walt Kniaz was back in the
Green lineup at tackle after being
on the shelf with a minor back in
jury. The 'senior veteran and Jack
Kerns, sophomore guard, stood out
in stopping the varsity’s attack.
Chuck Peters’ separated should
er has failed to come around and
the number one tail-back merely
jogged around to keep in shape. He
helped the coaches with the ref
Slated Next Week
Varsity and freshmen swim
ming candidates are urged to at
tend a smoker at the Phi Ep
silon Pi fraternity at 8 p. m.
next Tuesday, Coach Bob Gal
braith has announced. Refresh
ments will be served.
Time trials for freshmen can
didates will be held September
25, 26, and 27.
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THE DAILY COLLEGIAN
WITH DICK PETERS
Pick A Strong Limb
Squirrels are athletic little ani
mals. They can climb out on the
•thinnest of tree limbs, shake like
Madame La Zonga, and they never
Though I am not a squirrel, I
have often been described in such
terms. At any rate, today Igo out
on a little limb of my own and
make my first football predictions
of the year.
Today I will pick, or try to pick,
ten games which are being played
either tonight or tomorrow. Here
after, I will only pick five each
Saturday. In other words, I start
off giving myself two left hooks
instead of the one which I will ab
sorb in the future.
I might add that anyone who
bets on my predictions cannot
hold me responsible in any way,
shape, or form. Here they are:
Albright vs. JCulzlown (tonight)
—Lone Star Dietz’s boys should
take a close one from the teacher
Akron vs. Detroit Tech May
be a tight squeeze for the Rubber
Kentucky vs. Baldwin-Wallace
—can’t say why, but ride along
Boston College vs. Centre—it’ll
take more than the Prayin’ Col
onels to stop the lads from up
Centenary vs. Hardins-Simmons
—the Cowboys should have an
aerial picnic at the expense of the
lowa ,Slate vs. Luther—l don’t
even know where Luther is, so
guess it must be lowa State’s vic
Mississippi vs. Union—Ole Miss
is set for a big year and will give
Union an idea what it would be
like to get hit with Niagara Falls.
South Dakota State vs. South
Dakota Mines—SDS to make a
slight excavation on the Miners.
Oklahoma A. 8 e M. vs. Central
State—the Aggies are big, rough,
tough, etc. No report in on Cen
V. M. I .vs. Roanoke—the sol
dierly-inclined boys from down
Virginia way to win in six easy
Niffany Lion Will Debut
M Bucknell Grid Game
Penn State’s new Nittany
Mountain Lion will make its de
but at the Bucknell football game
on October 5, according to Gene
Wettstone of the School of Physi
Wettstone added that the Lion
skin this year will be authentic in
every detail, and that “not one
whisker will be missing; not one
claw will be out of place.”
The skin was made up by the
Brooks Costume Company in. New
York City under the supervision
of an expert taxidermist, who
furnished a complete report on
the Pennsylvania Mountain Lion.
It seems that the skin was a bit
too authentic, because it was sent
back to the Brooks Company twice,
already so that' some of the fero
ciousness could be taken out of its
“We can’t take any chances of
the thing scaring anybody,” Wett
stone said. “So it should be rea
sonably tame after its third alter
All-College Golf Tourney
Qualifying Rounds Now On
Qualifying rounds for the All-
College Golf Tournament are now
in progress and will continue until
Saturday, September 28.
Both freshmen and. upperclass
men are'eligible and should/regis
ter at the caddy house.
The well-dressed football player
will wear 16 items of equipment
from helmet to cleats this fall,
Joe Reno, Bucknell boxing coach,
and grid property man, has fig
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For Time Trials
Eating up mileage like a well
fed Packard, the Nittany Lion
cross-country squad covered their
course yesterday afternoon in prep
arations for stiff time trials which
may be held the latter part of next
Potentially a question mark, the
harriers have had good fortune in
staving of “ ’Ole Man Injury” as
far as receiving charley horses and
pulled leg muscles in their daily
workouts. Captain Bill Smith is
leading his men around the hilled
circle in easy fashion.
Within a few days, the cross
countrymen will begin putting on
pressure in order to place on Coach
Chick Werner’s first squad to com
pete against Michigan State on
October 12. *
A meeting for freshmen and var
sity prospects will be held in the
basement of Irvin Hall at 2:30 p.m.
today in order that Werner may
have a complete list of candidates.
Fall Lacrosse Starts
Fall lacrosse practice will get
under way next week, Coach Nick
Thiel ‘ announced. yesterday. -He
asked all varsity and freshman
candidates to report to Rec Hall
at 4 p.m. today.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 194(1
'Lack Of Time Hampers
Fresh/ Says McAndrews
‘They have possibilities,” was
Coach Marty McAndrews only
comment on his 81 yearling grid
ders at the end of the second day
of freshman football practice yes
“We’re going to have to rush
things,” he said, “because
is- such a short time before tjie
first game on October 12 with
Bucknell. We not only have to get
the boys in condition but we.have
to teach them plays and team
Yesterday’s practice saw Marty’s
“boys” devote their time to punt
ing, passing, calisthenics, and light
backfield and line drills,.
The first heavy work will corije
Saturday with, practice scheduled
to start at 2 p.m. ;
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