The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 230, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 20, 1923 Page: 11 of 16
. THE HOUSTON; POST: TUESDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 20; 1 923
As Title Contender
By Beaumont 7 to 6
By FRANK WHITE
BEAUMONT Texas Nov. 19. The Houston Heights high school
football team was eliminated from further competition in the Inter-
scuolastic league race here Monday when defeated by Beaumont high
school by the score of 7 to 6.
A failure to kick goal after touchdown when McDonald blocked
Tidmore's drop kick after Heights had Bcored a touchdown with three
minutes to play was the margimv
that stood between victory ana
.ft'er both teams had battled vicious-
ly lor two quartern without a score
lleaumont iu the third quarter on a
m-fit's of off-tuckle plays and l-r-yartl
ptualty against Heights placed
tl.e bi ll on the Height five-yard li.u
when Ilourgeuis carried the ball over
mi an o If -tackle piny for a Heauniont
luiiclidown. lieular then drop-kicked
it go.l for the extra poiut.
(Ji.r.ii? .mo the fourth quarter the
lie giiii- le.jn laum iieii a vicious ui-
!...; that lirusucci aside all opposition
aud curried the hall ih.wu the neld by
cuci i Uiis passes mid spread foruia-
lio. play trotn the Heights 1'0-yard
line mi lleaiiinout .'" -j aid liue. A pass
from Tmuioie to Mormon for 150 yards
ii.uiUiliil run bi Maruuou save
s .. 1U huowu.
uu witnessed hy the
iuu ever to sec a scholastic
. i itcuuunnil "liKl or more
... -s bei..g ou hand. JiN) of these
rmn li'.n -t in. 1 Ins little band
I lie l presence
itctwccii the halves i.0 rSeaimioti I u t4 ...t ..u r dive over the line
ll.fch schoolgirls attired m white in. (I fl. yans ml(j irst Auwu
iii.pic caps e i;ctel a held display. Marmion passed lio yards to
I. riinii Idler H winch was one ot ' stiimpp. who made a diving catch a
I he uiosi ueauiiful hils of pageant rj j f.H- inches from the ground. Ogg
i" e. ec i here. lost two ou an outside play the ball
I'm- gi.inc siartcd off in a high pace; .;;;. to niidliehl. where with but 35
.mi . cci let up until ti.e final whistle. seconds left in the half. Tidmore tried
Pi tin- tir-; ip.iarier Heights kept the ' a drop kick which apparently was
'iii!l in Heaiinioiii ten i'.h all the time 'successful hut which the umpire
T limine wus outdistancing Bourgeois ruled was not over after both the
. 'ii I III yards every punting ex- head linesman and referee had sig-
!M!:g.. The Maroons worked the ball ! ualed successful.
. 1 "in pie's four-yard line as the! lteferee Viner. however accepted
i .: .in.. riiT ended Failing to Kami 'he umpire's derision hut stated
through the line Tidmore dropped I
i .. .mil attempted a drop kick but
l!.e bull missed by six inches. Beau-
mont then worked the ball out to mid
Held and after exchanging punts a
nass was intercepted by Shown.
Heights took the ball to the Beaumont
IH viud Hue on straight football. With
hui seconds to play. Iiduiore again
Ii led a drop kick on w hich officials dis-
agreed. The referee and headlinesinan
held up their arms iu the signal gen-
ers.iv accepted as being successful.
h.t Mp.iu the umpire disagreeing they
apparently sided in his view and ruled
that the kick was not successful.
In the third quarter after obtaining
possession id the ball on their own
30-yard line Heights rirnvt up the held
mixing passes and end runs with ao
eocasional line plunge using Tidmore
aud Marmion to wear down tfce Beau-
mont line to the Beaumont 30-yard
line where Tidmore again attempted
to drop kirk hut the ball failed to rise
more than five feet from the ground.
Taki..g the bull on their 20-yard line
Beaumont marched toward the
Height.- goal with Banks Beular and
Bourgeois gainiug almost at will
round the Heights ends. On then-
own 'JO yard liue Heights stiffened and
held but a penalty for unnecessary
roughness placed the ball on the Ma-
roon's live yard liue. where Bourgeois
plunged off tackle for a touchdown
and lieular kicked goal.
H'-ights tried desperately to score
again ufter making their touchdown
hut two intercepted passes ruined the
Maroon's hopes. Just as the whistle
blew a pass thrown high into the air
to King was intercepted by Beaumont
H-'ights made 13 lirst downs to
Beaumont's P. Heights completed six
passes oiii of l." attempts to Beau'
mom's two out of six attempts.
Tidmore averaged about 411 yards on
his punls while Bourgeois averaged
bout 30. Heights hud the best of
the hi st (Uid last quarters broke even
iu the second mid were outplayed only
a few miuutes of the third.
Heights won toss and elected to re-
ceive. Beular kicked off t0 yards to
Marmion who twisted and sidestepped
his way hack up the tield 31) yards he
fore beinj downed. Marinioii made
two vards on cross buck and Tidniore
punted o0 yards to Beular who was
downed ill his tracks. Bourgeois
promptly punted back but Beaumont
was offside nud the ball was brought
back anil Beaumont penalized five
yards. Bourgeois again punted tins
time 40 yards to Stauipp. who re-
turned live jards. Tidmore and Mar-
mion made eight yards in three plays
off-tackle. Tidmore then altmpted a
drop kick from 40-yard line but failed
the ball rising but a few feet from
the ground. Beular fumbled the ball
which rolled over the goal line but
llenlar recovered and sidestepped two
Heights men who dove at him and
brought the ball out to the 14-yard liue
before being run out of bounds.
Bourgeois punted 3.") yards to
Slaaipp. who returned live. Tidmore
made five on a cross-buck. Giles went
in for riiimmcr for Beuuroont. Mar-
mion crashed off tackle for four and
Stampp carried the ball two yards
through center for first down but
Heights was off side. Tidmore's pass
to Marmion was blocked and then re-
punted 30 yards outside. Beaumont's
ball on her 20-yard line.
Bourgeois broke through tackle for
18 yards lieular following for nine
more around left end. Banks made
five off tackle failed to cnunect on a
pans to Stevenson and then added
three over tackle. Bourgeois went
five yards off tackle and then punted
across goal line.
Heights' hall on 20 yard line. Tid-
more skirted left eud for 13 yards.
Morrison added four off left tackle
nd Tidmore made four around right
end. Morrison played line for one
yard and Tidmore punted 35 yards to
Beular who fumbled but another Beau
moht player recovered on Beaumont's
18-yaiVfW Bourgeois lifted a weak
puut Vi yards out e( bounds the ball
rotag to Height on the 28-yard line.
Tidniore paand 22 vardi to Hlnes
Ogg made three off .tackle but Tid-
more failed to fln through tha line
a tha nuartar anded with tha ball in
Heights posMSsion pu four-yard line
vlth third down and jtv.il to go.
Tidmora: 4ld tk Una for two feet
and then dropped back and attempted
to drop klek butt tu ball missed the
;. post by f tachetv
BeuUr psnki and Bourgeois ue-
" wntotll wi4 through th Bulldog
tackles for six yards each. Beaumont
was penalized 15 yards for holding.
Bourgeois made 10 between tackle and
eud then punted .SO to .Stauipp who
Marininn made a yard over tackle.
But Heights wus penalized five yards
tor offside. Tidniore made yard
and Ogg fumbled but recovered then
Tidmore punted 40 yards to lieular
who leturncd IS yards before being
run outside. lieular and Voting niaUe
II) yuids and first down around right
eud on two plays Uourgcois added 10
more and unoilier first down off right
iaikle. placing ball on Heights' HO-
yard line. I lines broke through and
lumped Hi-iilar for a two yard loss.
Hunks fuuihled when tackled and
.shown recovered for Heights. San-
ders was taken out with an injured
shoulder Kenedy replacing him. Tid-
uinrc and Marmiou tailed to gain and
Tidinoie piuitejl .'!() yards to Beular
ulci fumbled but Beaumont recovered.
Watson wei.i for lingers of Beaumont.
Miown intercepted a pass from a
spread formation. Tidniore dashed
around eud for 14 yards. Marmion
passed ! yards to Waltrip. Marmion
f'u (l.rl l.t trum .iff ttinl1.. Tirlmiirn
after the game that he thought the
hall had gone between the posts. The
half ended ufter Beaumont made live
yards on two liiie plays.
Beular kicked off 40 yards to Tid-
more: returned 20 yards diving over
several Beaumont players who at-
tempted to tackle hiui. Marmion ran
15 yards off tackle on two plays.
Tidniore an I .Marmion carried the ball
12 yards on three smashing line plays.
Marinioii passed 10 yards to Tidmore.
Heights failed to gain on two iron
bucks and a pass was blocked. Tid-
more attempted to drop kick from
30-yard line but failed.
Bourgeois went off tackle for eight
but Shown broke through ou next
play and threw Bcuiur lor a loss.
Beular plunged over for first down
after Bourgeois failed to gain on a
split buck. Bourgeois was penalized
15 yards for slugging.
Bourgeois passed 15 yards to
Ranks who dashed 10 more before
Bourgeois und Beuliir made two
mere first downs ou end runs and off
tackle plpys. placing the hall on
Heights' 2IM;i'ii li:ie. Heights pen-
alized 15 yards for nr. necessary
roughness. Ball on five-yard line.
Bourgeois took it over tackla for
touchdown. Beular kicked goal.
Score: Beaumont 7. Heights 0.
Beular kicked 50 yards to Mar-
mion who returned 20 yards after to
line plunge ueiting lire yards; a pass
failed and Tidmore punted 45 yards
to Beular. who returned eight yards
Bourgeois fumbled but recovered
as the quarter ended.
Beular made six on cross-buck.
Bourgeois tried the line nnd then
passed hut failed to connect limited
l.'i yards to Statnpp. who returned
five to Heights 35-yard line. Heights
opened up h spread formation. Mar-
mion made eight yards. Beaumont in-
tercepted n pass. A pass failed and
ami another for four vards was com-
pleted. Martelhra intercepted a Beaumont
pass. Heights failed to complete two
successive pusses. Beaumont intcr-
cepted n Heights pass on 50 yard line.
Beaumont lost three yards on end
run. Bc'iiMii'ini off side penalized five
yards. Beular lost three more on an
ther end run. Bourgeois made 10
yards around left end. and then punted
to the Heigliis goal line. Heights ball
on 21 yaril line. Marmion crashed
over tackle and a pass was blocked.
Heights again opened up its spread
formation. Munition skirted end for
15 yards Tidniore following through
the same hole for 13 more. Tidmore
plunged line twice but failed to gain
and then punted 40 yards to Beau-
mont's 14 yard line Bourgeois tore
off 14 yards arniuul left end. Beular
made four yards in two attempts.
Banks lost two on an end run and
Bourgeois punted 30 yards to Stampp
who fell after making the catch.
Heights hall on 45 yard line. Tidmore
made three off tackle. A pass was
blocked then Tidmore passed 14 yards
to Marmion. On the next play Tid-
more again passed to Marmion 25
yards Marmion leaping high in the air
to get the ball then eluding the Beau-
mont safety man he dashed 20 yards
to the goal line.
Tidmore's drop kick was blocked
by McDonald both being knocked out
in the play. Score Beaumont 7
King went In for Hines. Three min-
utes to play.
Heights kicked off to Beaumont's
20 yard line. Beular made a nice re-
turn. The rest of the game was
played in midlield. Beaumont punted
to Heights and a pass was intercepted
by Beaumont ns the game ended.
Beaumont l'osition Heights
. . Hines
Heights Team Is
Greeted By Fans
"Are we down-hearted? No."
Thus did several hundred of the
Heights student body greet the
Heights football team hist night
upon its return from Beaumont
despite the fact that the team lost
by a mighty scant margin. No
greater reception was ever given
a victorious team in Houston. The
students cheered -every member of
the team and dtd their best to take
away some of the sting of defeat.
.Vhilfe Heights rooters were going
through their paces at the fjrand
Central station several hundred
Central students cheered wildly as
the Central Tigers arrived from
Bryan after a 0-0 tie with the Al-
len Academy team.
MURRAY LEADS FIRST CHRIS-
TIAN. At a meeting of the First Chris-
tian church athletics held at the Y.
M. C. A. Monday night Murray was
elected captain of the basket ball
squad. Murray states that practice
will start at once. Lu Pau and Kelly
stars of the team in the past will
coach the team this year.
Among those present were Deasnn.
Murray Kelly Boddeker I.u l'au.
Swails Earhart Richardson Wadded
The First Christian indoor base-
ball team has two hard games on
the schedule this week West Knd
Baptist Tuesday night and Christ
Church Saturday night both games to
be played at the Y. M. C. A. starting
at 8 o'clock. Public invited.
Captain Lu Pan urgently requests
all players to be on hand at 7 o'clock
for final instructions.
SHREVEPORT l.a.. Nov. 19.
Johnny McCoy Cleveland boxer to-
night knocked out Mutt McKec of
Oklahoma in the fourth round of a
scheduled 10-round bout here. They
BALTIMORE. Nov. 19. Bobby
(iarcia of Camp Holabird was award-
ed the decision on a foul over Frankie
Rice of Baltimore in the ninth round
of a scheduled 12-ronml bout here to-
night. (Jareia weighed 126 1 2 pounds
aud Rice 128 3-4.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. lfl. Lew
Tendler. Philadelphia lightweight re-
ceived the popular decision over Jack
Palmer also of this city tonight in a
slow eight-round bout. It was Teii-
dler's first fight since his defeat last
summer bv "Benny Leonard in New
DETROIT. Nov. 10 Panchn Villa
flyweight champiou of the world had
the best of eight rounds in his 10-
round bout with Joie Schwartz of
Minneapolis here tonight in the opin-
ion of newspaper men. Speedy nnd
resourceful Villa carried the fight for
the first sir rounds in a manner that
fairly bewildered his opponent.
Sehwarti won the seventh and
eighth but the finol two rounds were
a repetition of the first aixi They
fought at catchweights.
HARTFORD Conn. Nov. lfl
"K'd" Lewis local bantamweight
nnd Pal Moore of Memphis fought 12
fast rounds to a draw here tonight.
Moore put Lewis down on one knee
in the eighth and Iewis knocked
Moore on his back in the tenth.
DRAKE CAPTAIN O. K.
DES MOINES la. Nov. 19. Cap-
tain William Boelter star halfback
of the Drake university football team
whose ankle was thought to be brok-
en when it was injured in the Drake-
Kansas game Saturday will be able to
resume practice late this week and
will be in shape to play against Okla-
homa Thanksgiving day it w.n an-
nounced tonight. An ei-ray of the in-
jured limb showed only a bad sprain.
Boelter will play hia last college game
SILENTS WANT GAME.
Tha Houston Silents would like a
game for Sunday with either the
North Side Boosters Hennessey Park
Tigers Yellow Jackets (iood Ctilf
Juniors or Oaklawu Kittens. The
Silents are practicing daily and expect
to introduce a number of new players
when the team again appears on the
FOOTBALL SHOES LOST.
Will the party who found a pair of
shoes at North Side Sunday please
return inem iq louy t rappitta lunv
Is in need of these shoes and will be
pleased for thei- return. Tony's
phone number is Preston 1233.
Coach O. W. Cousins requests that
all Independent plaxers report tor
practice Tuesday night at 7 p. m. at
Wife Sails For America
CHERBOURG France. Nov. 10-
Baroness Wrangel. wife of the Bus
sian nuti-bolshevik geueral and Prince
Felix Youssoupoff were among the
passengers embarking on the Bercn
garia today for New York.
A iood looking man-
nish cutaway front model
of unusually good lines.
CUItTT riiSODT a CO.. N..JfeU
Central and Allen
Play Hot No Scorej
Contest at Bryan
By GORDON TURENTINE.
Houston Post Special.
BRYAN Texas. Nov. 111. The Cen-
tral High Tigers und Allen Academy
fought four furious quartern yester
day ut Bryuu without either team
scoring. Central doped to lose easi-
ly to the Allen gridders fought with
a vengeance and were easily the
aggressors throughout the contest.
Central had numerous chances to
score during the game hut fumbles
proved cosily to the cause. Iu Ibe
first quarter Central had her best
chance to score when she had the hftll
on Allen's 1 yard on a first do-.vu.
Cummiug fulled to go over and on
the next play Hoover lost the ball
on a fumble to Allen Academy. Allen
kicked to .safety.
Previously Central recovered an
Allen fumble on her 12-yard line. The
Tigers could do nothing on pmiiges
and Cuiiiiul'ig i hen ii 1 1 cm pt ell a field
goltl which fell short by inches.
The Tigers fighting to keep their
goal liue uncrossed gave their very
best in the contest and prevented
Allen from getting within striking
distance. Allen did nut get suffi-
ciently into Central territory to cause
the Tigers any real alarm but they
did give them a merry fight.
"Punk" Cummiug and Kruce Kall-
mann of Central featured with their
long punting both geitmg off nifty
kicks. This was one of the uuiin
reasons why Ihe Tigers were con-
tinually in Allen territory as Cloud
and Mensing could not. retaliate suf-
ficiently with their boots to keep their
mates out of (lunger.
The entire Central team had in
them the fight to keep their goal un-
crossed and both the line nnd back-
field were invincible. Every player
on the line played a great game while
the backs were continually plowing
their way through the Allen line fur
K nil Mowrey at left end subbing
for Coles who was unable to make the
trip played a sensational game. Twice
he was directly responsible for re-
covering Alb n fumbles. In the first
quarter he recovered the Allen fumble
on Allen's 1-yard line. Another lime
he and Boyles. wilh some excellent
blocking succeeded in recovering n
fumble on Allen's 12-yard line. This
same athlete ployed a mighty nice
defensive game smearing everything
that came his way.
Boyles his brother end also had a
good day. Randall and Joines play-
ed their usual good game at tackles.
Joines almost had a touchdown to his
credit when be scooped up a fumble
and raced lo yards before kissing the
earth. This run put the ball on Al-
len's. 14-ynrd line. Joines would have
bad a clear field if he could have
dodged the safety man but luck was
against him. Randall made some
neat tackles behind the line of scrim-
mage that threw- Allen for losses.
Kalleen I'hler and Mobley put up
a stonewall defense for the Tigers.
The Tiger backs time and again
plowed through for gains that put the
team in soring distance. Blakely
reeled off the feature run of the day
when he ruu 20 yards around right
Punk Cummings had several
chances to score for Central but his
attempted field goals fell short. I'
looked from the side lines as though
he were unable to stand up much
longer and it developed later that he
was injured in the body early in the
game. However injuries or no in-
juries this man was in there light-
ing all the time and he deserves
credit for his wonderful playing.
Allen Academy surprised at the
wonderful fight shown by Central
strived vainly to push over a counter
but Central was unbeatable then.
Captain (Irelen played a hang up
game for the liryanites and his
mutes also played a great game hut
it was the same old story two of the
best of the class each fighting to
Central slightly outweighed took
advantage of every hreak of the game.
By recove-ing Allen fumbles. Central
was continually the aggressor. Al-
len was not so fortunate in her re
coveries I-.very fumble that Allen
recovered was in her own territory
not just in. but deep into her ground.
With all the breaks of the game
pro and eon. it was a great fight and
was well worth seeing. Many old
Centra! students nt'ended the gntne
and yelled f-r the Cold nud Black
C it'.-il .u the tss and elected to
n" Mensing kicked yards to
'' -figs who returned lo yards.
Km' inn lost fixe nrds nn a bad pass
fr-oii ce:!ter Ciiniuiir.g was massed ut
Ihe line and Kallmann punted llo
yards down the fie. the ball mlling
past the Allen safety man. Boyles
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recovered the hall for Central on
Allen's 12-yard line. Schreckengausl
was stacked at the line on a plunge.
A forward from Kattmann aimed for
Haover failed. Cummiug then at-
tempted a held goal but hia kick' fell
short by inches.
Alleu's ball on her 0-yard line..
Cloud plowed through the line for
eight yards und Burgess followed with
a 10-yard gain around left end. Men-
sing lost 12 yards ou an end run
Mobley breaking up the run. Mensing
punted f0 yards to Hoover who re-
turned 10 yards. Cumming made five
yurds through left guard anil Katt-
mann gained one aud a half yurds
through center. A bad pass from
center to Kattmann made him hurry
his forward pass which failed. Katt-
inann's punt was blocked by Allen
and Allen recovered.
It was Allen's ball on the Central
28-yard line. Burgess made four yards
around right end. Cloud got a yard
and Burgess three through the line.
Joines broke up Burgess' run at the
line. The bull went over. Hoover
realized six yards around right end
on a criss-cross play and followed
with a 12-yard smash through the line
t'umuiing gained 10 yards around left
end. but Kallmann was slacked al the
line on the next play. Hoover plowed
a yard through center. It was Cen-
trals' hall in midfield. Kattmann made
three yards on two attempts at the
line. A double pass Hoover to Katt-
inauii aimed at Mowrey failed. Katt-
mann kicked 4.1 yards out uf bounds.
It was Allen's ball on her own 20-
yard line. Cloud plunged through the
line for four yards. Mitchell was held
at the line Central holding Allen's
rushes iu great style. Burgess failed
to gain around right end. Mensing
then kicked 2.1 yards to Hoover who
wus unable to return any.
The ball was iu midfield in Central's
possession. Schreckeiigaust failed to
gain around right eud and failed to
gain on a line plunge. Kattmann thei:
piliiled 00 yards the ball rolling past
the Allen satety man who bad fuin
bled. Mowrey recovered the ball for
Central on Allen's one-yard line. Cum
ming was smeared at the line Allen
putting up a stonewall defense. Hoov-
er fumbled the ball and Allen recov-
ered on her own one yard line. Just
as Cloud started to kick out of danger
the quarter ended.
Score: Central 0 Allen Academy 0
Blakelv in for Hoover Cumming
Cloud punted SO vards from behind
his own goal line to Cumming who
was downed in his tracks. Central's
ball on Allen's .'10 yard line. Cum-
ming as held at the line and on Ihe
next play Central fumbled. Allen re-
covering on her TtO-yard line. Bur-
gess made three yards around right
end and Mensing failed to gain around
left end. Mensing punted 4.1 yards
out of bounds. It was Central's ball
on her own 2" yard line Schreckeii-
gaust made three and Kattmann six
through the line nnd Kattmann made
it first down with a . yard smash.
Schreckengatist and Blakely each
gained two yards on line bucks and
Cumming reeled off four yards
through tackle. '
Kattmann kicked 35 yards outside.
Allen's ball on her own 2K yard line.
Cloud got four yards on a plunge.
Mensing was smeared on an end run
by Cumming in a r.eat play. Burgess
gained four yards through right
tackle. Mensing then punted .1.1 yards
to Kattmann who returned 10 yards
through a broken field. It was Cen-
tral's ball on her own 22 yard line.
Blakely ripped the line for three
yards and followed with three yards
through left tackle. Kattmann made
two yards on a plunge through right
guard. Barron went in for Allen
academy. Shreck made it first down
with two yards on a plunge. Blakelv
followed wilh a 2tl-yanl run around
left end. Cumming two sn1 six
yards through the line. Woodworth
went in for Allen. S 'hreekengaiist
was stacked nt the line but male
eight yards on a smash through
right guard. The ball was on Al
len's .14 yard line in Central's pn
session. Cumming was piled high at
the line. Alen hidding hard Schreck-
engaust plowed 11 yards on n criss-
cross play. Cummirg failed to gain
nn a plunge. Allen recovered a fum-
ble on an attempted pass fr.itn Kntt-
ininn. I 'I. uid wn left high and drv nt the
I I I"V Milebell :i snie-ireil hv M.ihlev
and Filler hut Hurcess canted six
i vards through left tackle It was Al
i leu's hall on her own 'i2 vard In e
Mensing kicked 40 yards to dimming
who returned five Blakelv faded to
gam on a buck and the half ended.
I Third Quarter.
! Hoover went hack in at quarter and
Schreckeiigaust went out for Central.
For Allen Kirksey went in for Men-
sing and McCohncll for Mitchell. Cen-
tral kicked at the beginning of the
third quarter and Kattmann kicked
.'10 yards to Lackey who returned live
yards. Allen's ball on her tiwu 85-
yard line. Cloud made one; yard on
a buck. Randall reeiveped on Allen
fumble on Allen's 40-yard line. Katt-
mann gained two yardN through the
line and Cumming was stacked at the
liue. Cumming threw a short pass for
six yards to Hoover Hoover making u
nice catch. Cumming was held at
I he line and the ball went over to
Allen on her own .'!.' -yard liue. Kirk-
sey and Cloud were massed at the
line und Burgess hit right guard for
three yards. j
Cloud then kicked SO yards to Cum-
ming. who made no return (ntral's
ball on her own 35 yards line. Katt-
mann hit the line for two yards and
on the next play Central was off-side
and was penalized live yards. Schreck
made five yards through the line. Cum-
ming punted 70 yards down "the field
the bull rolling past the Allen safety
man to Alleu's six-yard line. Cloud
from behind bis goal line punted 35
yards. It was Cent nil's bull on Allen's
40-yard line. Cummiug made three
through tackle on a tandem formation.
Ceutral was penalized live yards for
off-side. Kattmann failed to complete
a forward. A 25-yard puss from Katt-
mann to Hoover who run eight yards
put the hall on Allen's 12-yard line.
Cumming s puss wus intercepted by
CI I on Allen's 10-yard line. Cloud
failed to gain on a plunge. McCon-
tiell was held at the line on a buck.
Clouds punt was partly blocked by
Mowrey. and the ball traveled 15 yards
to Kallmann out of bounds. Cum-
ming hit the line for five yards and
lloiiwr smashed two yards on a
plungr. Central was penalized five
yards for offside. Hoover to Cummiug
lost four yards on a criss cross play.
Central's ball on Allen's 30-yard
line. Cumming failed to put over a
field goal. Allen's ball on her 20-yard
line. Burgess fumbled and Joines re-
coveied and ran 1.1 yards outside to
Allen's 14-yard line. Shreckenganst
hit the line for one yard. Cumming
Insi two yards around right end and
Kattmann lost eight yards around left
end. Cuinmiiig's field goal try went
up in the air and Allen recovered the
ball on her 25-ynrd line. Cloud made
five through left guard nnd Kirksey
failed ou u plunge. The quarter then
Score: Central 0. Allen 0.
Kalleen went in for I bler at guard.
Huigess hit the line for a yard.
Kirksey kicked 50 yards to Cumming
who is downed in his tracks. Katt
mann kicked 40 yards and the receiver
was downed with no return.
Kirksey lbst 10 yards around right
end. Mowrey and Hoover smearing
the Way. Burgess tfas stopped by
Joines in a good play A double pass
Burgess and Cloud failed. Cloud's
long forward was broken up by Cum-
ming. The ball was in midfield in
Allen's possession. Allen was penal-
ized .1 yards offside. Cloud punted
3.1 yards to Cumming who returned
10 yards. A central double pass
Hoover to Kattmann aimed for Mow-
Ball went in for Allen. Central's
ball on Allen'R 40-yard line. A pass
from Kallmann failed. Sclireekengaust
and Kattmann lost the ball on a dou-
ble pass. Allen recovering on C"n-
tral's 35 yard line. Cumming inter-
cepted Cloud's pass on Central's 35-
Cumming and Mowrey failed to com-
plete u (ittss. Mitchell goes in at quar-
ter again for Allen. A double pass.
Cumming to Kattman to Boyles failed.
Itrui.Min goes in for Hoover at quar-
ter. Kallmann kicked 40 yards nnd it
was Allen's hall on her 35-yard line.
Burgess made seven yards through
the line. Hoffman took Mohley's place
at guard for Central. Cloud wa
stacked at the liue. F.stcs went in
for Allen. Burgess was smeared n'
the line by Kattmann. Mensing kicked
4.1 yurds to dimming who returned
five. Central's ball on her own 20-
yard line. Schreckengnust made two
on n plunge and dimming added four
yards on a buck. Kattmann thei
kicked 30 yards. It was Allen's ball
midfield. Burgess made two ynnb
through tackle nnd Cloud was held al
Cloud was again stacked at the line
Burgess made 15 yards around right
end. but Allen was offside nnd wa'
nenalized five yards. Mensing kicked
from midfield past Central's goal and
the ball was put in play in Central's
possession nn her 20 yard line.
Sclireekengaust made a yard on n
plunge and Brunson followed with
three yards. Schreckengaust smashed
a yard through the line.
dimming punted 05 yards to Allen's
eight-yard line the ball rolling past
Allen's safety man. Mensing kicked 4C
yards outside. Central's ball on Al
len's 45-yard line. Cumming reeled off
20 yards around left end. Kattmann
failed to gain through tackle. Schreck-
engaust and Cumming were tacked at
the line. Cumming then tried a field
gnnl. but it fell short. Allen's bnl'
on her six-yard line. Mensing kicke
40 yards to Cumming who was downed
in his tracks. The game then ended
Central 0 Allen Academy 0.
Central. Allen Academy.
All the goodness the
flavor the quality that
goes into WRIGLEY'S
at the factory IS KEPT
IN IT FOR YOU.
The sealed package
does that -You break
WRIGLEY'S Is Pure chlcte
and other Ingredients of the
highest quality obtainable
(t Is made under modern
WRIGLEVS aids appetite keeps
teeth white and helps digestion.
$1450 IN REWARDS
POSTED FOR BOMB
Ciiltl'l S CHUISTT Texas Njv-
10. Itewnrds fur information leading
to ihe arrest of the person or person
who sem ihe bomb from San Antonio
to J. A. Barnes last week resulting
in ihe denth of Barnes and his 7-year-
idd son. rendu d $1450 today. This
J figure includes the amount offered by
I lioverni.r Pat Neff and a $50 reward
offered by Lynch Pavidson of Hous-
ton. Kleven hundred and fifty dollar
was subscribed by local aud Itobstown
In the meantime city nnd county'
officers assisted by members of the
Hanger force stationed here ar
scouring the city for a clue to the
fiend who sent the deadly package to
Mr. Barnes. Juan Morales tha San
Antonio newsboy who took the pack'
age to the express "office is here ib
custody of local police officers and
since his arrival has been pacing Cory
pus Christi streets for a glimpse of
the crippled man who asked him tC
send the package. ' -
It is said young Morales will b
kept here for several days.
Officers are reticent as to the re-
sult of their investigations. Th
search in this section will be thorough
ns it is regarded as a possibility that
Ihe sender of the bomb came her. -
Mobley . .
Joines . . .
Mowrey . .
Hoover . .
Orelen (captain) .
Score by quarters
Central 0 0
Allen Academy 0 0
0 0 0
5 o o
Blakely Hoffmann Kalleen. O'Brien:
Allen Academy Kirksey McConneD
Barron. I'mpire Forgason (A. ana i
M.) Referee Keen (A. and M.).
Head linesman Graham (A. and M.). '
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