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WITH DICK PETERS
They call them "Danny's
But it's not so funny to the boys
who have been so named. The De
mons in the flesh are Penn State's
junior varsity football team, will
be out for their first win this after
noon against Navy. Since the jay
vee outfit , was inaugurated last
fall, it has dropped both games on
its slate, and both of them to Cor
If there's any team in the Col
lege athletic plant which plays
more just for the fun of it, you
point it out. Here are 21 lads, lack
ing either the weight, ability, or
experience necessary for varsity
competition, who are willing to
go out there every night for prac
tice, take the same bruises their
second cousin varsity gridders do,
and yet compete in only three bat
tles all fall.
Danny DeMarina, ex-Lion ace
lineman, from whose signature is
lerived the colorful title "Danny's
Demons," is the brains behind the
play of the State Bees. To Danny
goes the problem of molding a hy
brid gridiron machine from fourth
string varsity men, and anyone
else enrolled at Penn State who is
interested in carrying an inflated
pigskin up and down a striped
This crazy-quilt team is then
thrown against junior varsity elev
ens like Cornell's and Navy's—
crews which have been functioning
in just that capacity for some
years, as jayvee clubs, and made
up of men who are leftovers of
large varsity squads.
So todaylhe Demons are appear:
ing at Annapolis, seeking Penn
State's first junior varsity victory.
Whether they win or lose, they still
exemplify. a forward step in Nit
tany athletics, which may some day
result in a full time schedule; and
a further step toward a long
sought 150 pound football eleven.
Boofers Go To Annapolis
To Attempt Sth Straight
Victory This Season
Sixteen of the country's best
soccer players will leave early this
morning for Annapolis where they
will attempt to preserve their re
markable record from an unex
pected upset by the Navy eleven.
Coach Bill Jeffrey will start the
team that opened against Syracuse
with the possible exception of
Alan Heck who received a twist
ed knee and pulled a • tendon in
the tilt last week.
It was only during an extra
period that the Lions were able
to- break a 2-2 tie with the Mid
dies last year. The opponents'
goalie was the main obStacle in
the way of Nittany goals, display -
ing amazing skill in stopping al
most every Penn State drive for
Woody King saved the day for
the Jeffreymen by booting into
the net to tally in the ,last min
ute of the extra period.
Of tomorrow's tilt Coach Jeff
rey says, "It should be a close
game, but I don't think Navy has
Dick Dearborn, Charlie Taylor,
Charles Arnold, Harold Jones and
Bobby Ernst will go with the team
and will probably see action.
Pittsburgh Press Wants
Campus Research Photos
The Pittsburgh Press has invit
ed the College to offer for publica
tion pictorial layouts representing
interesting activities of various
types, the Public Information of
fice announced yesterday.
The request included specific
suggestions to submit pictorial nar
ratives having to do with research
and a promise was made to use
the layouts, if acceptable,. week
after week as long as they seemed
Heidig, Bulger To Test
Lion Harrier Strength
In Away Race Tomorrow
Despite the loss of five varsity
men from iast year's IC4-A cham
pionship team, Coach Pete Waters,
Manhattan harrier mentor, will
send a strong Jasper squad against
the Nittany Lion harriers tomor
row in Van Cortland Park, New
With Captain Andy Neidig, a
leading two-miler and cross-coun
try runner, and Howie Bulger, his
running mate, as a nucleus, the
Jaspers routed St. Francis College,
19-36, in the season's opener last
Neidig, Captain Bill Smith,
Lions' light-footed harrier, and Les
Malitchell 1939 IC4-A_champ, are
conceded the nation's best hill
and-dalers. Tomorrow's race will
give some indication of Smith's
comparative strength when he
matches strides with the Jasper
Chet Snyder, who startled Syra
cuse with his surprising second
place over Lynn Radcliffe and Wes
Stansbury last week, promises to
throw a cog in Manhattan's cham
pionship hopes. Strikingly similar
to Bill Smith in size and stature,
the diminutive Snyder may follow
the Lion captain to the tape.
Two other varsity men, Pop
Thiel and Vern Kotz, will bear the
rest of the expected Lion strength.
Howie Wheeler and Frank Burk
hart, the Nittany harrier who has
shown good stamina in this week's
workout s, will replace Dusty
Rhodes and Bill Jimeson. Arch Hy
ser completes the Nittany lineup
against the Jaspers.
Andy Yurick Changed
To• Quarterback As
Injuries Hit Freshmen
An • obscure ~reserve lineman,
Andy Yurick, today , finds himself
transferred to second-string quar
terback as Harry Snyder's injured
knee leaves Coach -Marty VlcAnd,
rews*with Aldo Cenci as the only
experience freshman signal-caller
for the Cornell gape here Satur
"Old Man Injury's" influence
was felt in other parts too when it
became certain yesterday that
neither Bob Wallace or John Jaff
urs will be able to don a uniform.
Bucky Walters is slated to fill
Wallace's end position and Paul
Schlegel will start at right guard.
"The whole team is pretty well
bunged up," McAndrews pessim
istically reported, "and we'll have
anything but easy sledding. Those
Cornell boys are big and fast, a
Judging by the records, it looks
like a nip -and-tuck struggle. The
only outfit to play both teams this
year is Colgate. The Red Raider
cubs edged Cornell, 7-6, and ended
in a 7-7 deadlock with 'the Lion
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Bill Smaltz, double-threat full
back, will be in there pitching and
pluming for the Lions tomorrow.
THE DAILY COLLEGIAN
South Carolina Bolstered By Return
Of Two Backs For Tomorrow's Till
COLUMBIA, S. C., Oct. 31—The
Nittany Lions will see two new
faces in the University of South
Carolina's lineup Saturday whe
Coach Rex Enright's Southerners
let loose the Rebel yell against
Penn State at State College, Pa.
Bolstering the Gamecock ranks
will be Harvey Blouin, right
half, and Dutch Elston, •blocking
back, who were on the injured list,
when Enright made his first inva
sion of Quaker land to play Du
Voted the most valuable Game
cock player of 1939, although only
a sophomore at the time, Blouin.
not only shines on defense, but
averaged. six yards in as many
tries in carrying the ball against
Clemson last week.
Elston is a vicious blocker, an
able line backer, and is consider
ed one of Enright's most depend
The Gamecocks left Columbia
this afternoon for Lewistown,
where they will work out this af
ternoon, and spend the night.
Grygo, who is making a strong
bid for all-state and Southern
Conference laurels has been show
ing marked improvement in de
veloping his forward pass, and
has also been shining .in block
ing and defensive work.
He will again be aided by tow
ering Alex (Jeep) Urban, who
has perhaps the largest pair of
hands in the conference, and who
snatched two of Grygo's passes to
score against Duquesne, and in
tercepted a Clemson pass to tally,
against the Tigdrs here.
Strengthening the Gamecock
line also will be Louis Sossamon,
sophomore journalism student,
who beat out veterans for the piv
ot post, and already is beginning
to write his own headlines.
The Penn State clash will be
the fourth on the Gamecock sche
dule that included to date Geor
gia, Duquesne and Clemson. The
Gamecocks will play their last
home, game here November a
against Kansas State, and then
move on to tackle Furman, Mi-.
ami, Wake Forest, and The Cita
Gamecocks Have Their
Own 'Martin-McCoy' Feud
COLUMBIA, S. C., Oct. 29
"The Martins and McCoys, they
were reckless mountain boys • . ."
Take that good, old hill-billy
song, and substitute "the Carters"
and "the Nowaks," and you'll get
a combination that will make the
Martins and McCoys look like a
bunch of sissies.
Two brother combinations, a
couple of North Carolina moun
taineers and a Yankee duet from
the rolling -shores of Lake Erie,
are doing a little feuding this sea
son for the University of South
Carolina's football -team.
They are: Elmer (Bobo) Car
ter, tackle, and Maurice Carter,
guard, of Beaver Dam, near Ashe
ville, N. C., and Stan Nowak, end,
and Steve Nowak, tackle, of Erie,
And there's a third Nowak,
plucky Clem, who tried to beat
one of his brothers for the flank
position, but is lost this season be
cause of a knee injury.
The Nowaks are used to corn
petition, because Stan and Steve
fought against each other when
they played on separate Erie
teams, and they liked. it. .
Track is a sideline sport with
the Nowaks, and basketball with
The Daily Colle4ian
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Sandwich S6of—Graharags.-41Pfany News.—Yougel's
Lloyd 'Parsons, varsity left end,
will be in the starting lineup when
the Lions face the Gamecocks.
Alumni Dance Scheduled
After State-Pill Tilt
The annual Penn State dance,
sponsored by the Pittsburgh Al
umni Association of Penn State,
will be held in Hotel William
Penn, Pittsburgh, on Saturday,
November 23, from 10 p. m. to 2
Held after the Penn State-Pitt
football game, the dance will at
tract many Penn State students
who folloWed the team to the an
nual football battle. Dancing will
be in the Bell, and Urban Boon'
6f the hotel, and the dress will be
Proceeds from, the dance- will
be used for the Pittsburgh Alum
ni Scholarship Fund. Tickets 'at
$2.50 are now on sale at the Daily
Collegian office, 313 Old Main, or
at Student Union. -
Princeton Univeitity's freshman
class of 655 is the second largest
in its history.
Constituents for A
1. See the Thespian show Friday or
2. See the fifth straight victory for
State's 'red -holy football team.
3. Have one of our delicious steaks
or roasts for Saturday dinner.'
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 'WO
Phys Ed Alumni To Hold
Third Annual Meeting
Alumni of the School of Physi
cal Education and Athle,tics will
hold their third annual meeting in
the WSGA room, White Hall at
10:30 a. m. tomorrow. Howard
Parsons '3B will preside.
• Refreshments will be served.
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