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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1940
IVittany Soccermen Meet B
WITH. DICK p4.T4Rs.
Today marks the first parting of
the, ways - as c9ncerns Nittany
sports interest, with some eyes
turned to, pett:ilgheril where 'the.
Llor( grid, team is appearing.
rest' of, the interest will be right
here in State College where the.
Bucknell soccer team will attempt .
to: break some sort of record by
beating Bill Jeffrey's hooters.
Other home attractions are a
freshman football battle with 'the
Colgate` youngsters, and a frosh
soccer game - with Syracuse's little.
To make things short and
snappy, I predict a clean sweep
for the Nittany athletes in all de
As far as the Lehigh-State grid
encounter is concerned, -- the Hig
ginsmen should have little trouble
in rolling, over the thrice-beaten
Engineers, though, the . slide-rule
lads are, notoriouk for . ußketting the .
Lion milk bucket jUst When things
look rosiest_ However - , I don'tbe
lieve thii the year for one of those
little aff . airs, so, laere:s to, the Lions
by about five touchdowns.
Jeffrey's . . kickers are •in a
class all 'of their own. To predict, a,
defeat for them would not only he,
treason, dikloyalW And; 'distrust,
but an indication that was coin-.
pletely out of , my mind. talie
the Lion soccer aces in a comfort
able -win . over the. P!,isons.
Marty McAndrews moleskin
molecules showed me enough last
Saturday tc. make, me bPjieve t4PY
are, one,. oi the, topgheS.t Y,ear4ng
squads in the . East. I'll pick therri
over • Colgate,. sight unseen. And,
the same goes for the frosh booters.
On .Otlier frOnts, watch these
games, and. see how wrong. I. am:
Pitt to take Fordham. West Vir
ginia to:impar West V,irginia Wes
leyan. BOston College , to continue
unbeaten over University of Idaho.
Holy Cross to edge NYU. Cornell
to wade through Syracuse. Minne
sota in a thriller over Ohio State.
Penn to thump Princeton. Duke to
mangle_ Colgate. Notre Dame to
FOLLOW YOUR TEAM ON THE
-.- SPORTS PAGE OF THE
TOO MANY . QIRU. ?
An embitteredoin,hibPled, can
lanicerous letter to the editor
yesterday. suggested as much!
"A thousand times NO," cry
we, with all the ardor and chiv
alry of 4 gentleman of the old_
schoelj ! We're for women—
have been, definitely, since the .
PENN gATE... CAN NEVER
HAVE TOA MARY GIGS!.
But. we might, add - slyly that
AO V 4 -
(And rnaz sit" see a
"beanie" hat on a Penn State
Bisons,Yet To Tally
Against Lion Booters
By. BILL McKNIGHT
• Penh State's undefeated soccer
.meet the Bucknell
Bisons on New, Beaver Field at 3
o'clock this afternopn in the only
varsity contest scheduled here this
. . •
The 13ison,s have already. played
two, gawes this season, one with
ti.i4a.bethtown and• the other with
Gettysburg: They, won the first
and lost the latter.
Since, the two teams first met
in 1930, the Bucknellians have
failed to - score a single, pojnt
against the I\fittanymen. The clos
est score was in 1938 when the
Lions were held to a 1-0,-score.
Only four of the Bucknell elev
en have seen action against the
Jeffrey,men, and Coach Merle Ed
wards has built his team , around
the 4 veterans: Captain Bob, Mor
rison, fullback; Warren Lewis,
center forward; Dick Kauffman,
left wing; and Bill Johnson, inside
The Lion forward line, has teen
well-balanced this year when it
comes to, scoring for King, Galin
do, and Hartman have each scored
a point, and Durain has booted
into the net for two pals.
Coach Bill Jeffrey Will start the
same team that took the field
against Western 34arland last
R.F. - Heels
r e A. qxeer)..,
10 ;P , r• . 00Jipsla
I. E. King
I. t, Cor,trian
(C50,41,eEV ft O A P.aA, oi r )
pound sophomore, whose yeoman
performance in his varsity debut
against, the Mountaineers won him
the plaudits of the coaches as well
as the fans. Bill Smaltz, kicking
and passing star of the Lions, is
still handicapped with a sprained
ankle and, though in — unitorm, will
be used very sparingly if at all.
Retaining the remaining two
posts in the Lion backfield will be
fleet Len Krouse at right halfback
and veteran 'Johnny Patrick who
will continue to call the signals
and block from the quarterback
Captain and center Leon Ga
jecki will anchor the Blue and
forward wall flanked by
Wade Mori and Mike Gar
binski - at guards, Frank •P.latt and
Carl Stravinski at tackles, and Tom
Vargo and Lloyd Parsons at ends.
Mori has fully recovered from the
leg injury which - put him on the
sidelines for the early part of the
Set back decisively by Virginia,
Case, and Rutgers in the first three
games the ehigh squad, neverthe
less, is in the best physical con
dition and the spirit of the players
iS worked up for tomorrow's clash.
Although the Engineers have lost
three games to State in the past
three years, they are recalling that
in 1936 the Brown and White ag
gregation scored a stunning 7-6
upset over a highly favorite Lion
Coach Glen W. Harmeson has
selected two sophomores to start
against the Lions in the Lehigh
backfield. Bill Hayes has earned
the left halfback position arid
Bernie Deehan will again fill the
fullback -post after capably hand
ling the assignment in the last
three . tilts. /Joe Ambrpgi will be
the right halfback and Lambert
will. dp, the signal bagking.
Henry Reuwe, Simpson
start_ at the. wing. berths with.
Captain Bill II a Aker man and,
George Smith , slate, 44, for the tackle
jobs. qtap. Grossman and Russ
golden will share the starting
guard, assignments while huge Phil
Rodgers will attempt to thwart
the crushing Ilion attack from his
THE DAILY COLLEGIAN
cknell In Only Varsity Game Here Today
Brosky Out As Frosh Prepa
At Z p.m. Montague Will
By JOHN BAER
Bernie Brosky, big freshman
tackle, has been declared ineligi
ble for today's battle against the
Colgate yearlings on. New Beaver
.Field at 2 p.
It was not learned whether
Brosky will be able to rejoin the
team,_ for the rest of the season.
His loss leaves the duty of filling
the tackle post up to Russ Mon
tague and Meryl Mundwiler, with
IVlontague slated to get the start
Colgate, - with one of the heav
iest forward walls in the east, is
expected to prove stiff opposition
for the Lion cubs. The line, flank
ed by, a pair of ends who weigh
over 210 pounds each, averages
Alpha Chi Sigma Defeats
Beta Theta Pi; 6 to 0
Alphaa. Chi Sigma, defending
champions, advanced to the semi
finals in the infra-mural football
tournament by beating Beta Theta
Pi, 6-0, Thursday.
Bob Matteson, Alpha Chi Sig
tackle, scored. the only touchdown
of the game. The winners also
held. a two, to, one edge in first
There were no intra-mural
games last , night.
• Kirk Talks At Hershey
"Child Dgvelopment Through .
Reading" and "The Problem Child
in the Ejernntary School" are top
ics to, be : discussed today by Miss
Mabel E . Kirk, associate professor
of, education, at the current session
of the qattphin County Institute at
Prof. Alexander H. Zerbam is
attending regional conference of
the American Society of Mechan
ical Engineers at Lehigh Univer
sity. He represents the Central
Pennsylvania division of the so
10 P.M.-2 A.M.
e To Baffle Colgate
fart At Tackle Post
202 pounds. The backfield is com
paratively light, averaging only
The starting lineups
Penn State-Jack Potsklan, left
end; Dan Halpin, left tackle; John,
Jaffurs, left guard; Joe Kraynack,
center; Jim Bonham, right guard;
Russ Montague, right tackle; Bob
Wallace, end; Aldo . Cenci, quarter
back; Quentin Peters, left half
back, Charlie McFarland, right
halfback, and Jack Banbury, full
Colgate—John Batorski and Joe
Duckorth, ends; Mitch Susco and
George Wilkins, tackles; Bob En
dres and Charles Cusick, guards;
Bob Orlando, center; Bill Denning,
Dick Kromer, Mike Micha, and
Julius Yakopovich, backs.
Bill Jeffrey, varsity soccer coach,
enforces no training rules upon
candidates or members of the un
defeated Lion team.
Music by one of this country's
most famous orchestras featuring—
Freshman Soccer Team
Opens Season Today
Penn State's freshman soccer
team will open its season against
Syracuse on New Beaver field at
one p.m. today.
It was learned yesterday that
the team will be deprived of the
services of Rienzi Gurcay, a Tur
kish horticultural student, who hat
shown 'fine form in practice ses
sions. Gurcay because of his diffi
culty with English had to be giver
a special student rating which.
made_him ineligible for sports.
The starting lineup for tomor
row's game will be •goal, John
Struck; R:H., Leonard Fructer; L.
H., Boyd Etters; R.F., Charles Hor
vath; L.F., Harold Franizn; C.H.,
James Irvin; 0.R., Wayne Bechdel;
1.R., Harry Yeagley; 1.L., Thomas
Williams; 01., Lloyd Black; cen
ter, William Pritchard.
Chick Werner, varsity tract
coach, once held the world's recorc
in the 60-yard hurdles.
Now's, the time to get
your dato II for AII I
Friday, November 15
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