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Frazier A.C. defeated the Blue
land White 6 to 0, Wednesday night,
contrary to the report in yester
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Parade of 1941'
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this is the week stocks of Arrow Shirts, Shorts,
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Owl We Do?
Penn State's annual cavalcade to
Philadelphia rolls around with this
weekend, the feature attraction a
little matter to be settled between
the Nittany Lions and Temple's
The Owls, their feathers rumpl
ed twice already by Georgetown
. Boston College, will be out to
show that their uprising against
Michigan State last Saturday was
On the other hand, the Nittany
bunch, at their strongest peak
since the Bucknell opener, will
have a revenge motive in mind
morrow afternoon. A Penn State
team has never hung one on a
Temple club, whereas Owl elevens
have twice - given the Higginsmen
the run-around, in 1931 and 1932.
Ray Morrison, the Owls chief
hoot, will field a team tomorrow
which will probably try to pass
the ears, mane, and tail off the
Lions. The locals have been no
toriously insufficient in aerial pro
tection all fall.
But don't think the Lions are
unaware of this vulnerability.
They've heard, eaten, and slept
aerial defense all week, and if that
defense comes through, plus a su
prior Nittany line and running at
tack, State will pluck the Owl by
After days of deep concentration
over dope sheets, crystal ball, hor
oscope, almanac, etc., Ihave decid
ed that: Syracuse will topple Col
umbia. Georgetown will add insult
to injury of NYU. Michigan will
mortify Penn. Navy will put -
blockade - op yelp. North Carolina
will embarass Tulane. 'Cornell will
ignore Ohio State. Forciham will
take it easy against St. Mary's.
Stanford will take the sunshine out
of Southern California. Kentucky
will nose out Georgia.
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A Century Of Service • :
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1940
Lion Harriers Duet
In what pro Mises to be a follow
the-leader struggle between Syra
cuse and the Nittany Lion harriers,
Captain Bill Smith and Lynn Rad
cliffe are expeated to battle out
a five-mile cross-country run in
Smith's harrier farewell perform
ance on the College course at 11
After capturing meets against a
poWerful NYU squad and a med
iocre Colgate team, the Orangemen.
will have an edge on the injury
weakened Lions, who ar missing
Alex Bourgerie, Herm Goffberg,
and Howie Wheeler, all regulars.
Penn State: Smith (1), Snyder
(2), Thiel (3), Kotz (4), Rhodes (5),
Kintigh (6), Jimeson (7).
Syracuse: Radcliffe (91), Stans
bury (92), Obrist (93), Johnson (94),
Coffin (95), Hines• (96), Arrighi,
Rockcastle, Morton, or Mignin. •
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