Purple Whirlwinds Defeat
Reidsville in Close Game
Game Was Pitched Battle Prom
Beginning to End — Both
Elevens Played Well.
WICKER SCORES SAFETY
Dickerson Outstanding Man of Reids*
ville Eleven—See Makee Touch
down for Greensboro.
Coach Lester Belding’g Purple Whirl
winds defeated a hard-fighting eleven
from Reidsvillee high by the score of
9-6 in Memorial Stadium, Friday night,
October 2. Captain Jack Burroughs, of
the Whirlwinds, was again the out
standing start of the game, giving
chase to Terril, who received a pass
with an open field before him, and
downed him before he reached the goal
line with the winning score in the last
few minutes of play. Ibee, for Greens
boro, and Dickerson, of Reidsville, also
played a good game.
The Game Play by Play
First quarter: Reidsville opened the
game with Truitt kicking off to Bor-
roughs, who was grounded by Rankin.
Whitt failed to gain around left end,
and then tries right end, bul( is stopped
by Balsley, and then fails to gain
a center plunge. Burroughs punts out
of bounds on Reidsville’s 43-yard line.
Truitt takes the ball for Reidsville
and fumbles, recovering before being
stopped by Phillips, and then fails to
gain around right end. Diekeerson
punts to Rees, who takes the bail to
our 45-yard line. Pittman goes through
right tackle before being stopped by
Truitt, and then is stopped by Turner
with a yard gain around left end. Whitt
goes back and Norcum takes the ball
on a trick play, but fumbles and
covers with a loss. Whitt plunges
through tackle for a five-yard gain, and
then tries a pass, but is tackled for a
five-yard loss with the ball still in his
hands. Burroughs punts over the goal
Reidsville takes the ball on their 20-
yard line, Truitt goes through center
for eight yards. Richardson hits tackle
for five yards before he is nailed by
Lipscomb. Richardson fumbles, losing
five yards and then punts out of
bounds on Greensboro’s 23-yard line.
Pittman goes through tackle for five
yards, and then skirts right end for
five more. Whitt goes around right
end on a fake play for ten yards be
fore ho is tackled by Truitt. Norcum
gains three yards, and then Pittman
nets five yards on a fake play, being
stopped by Rankin. Norcum hits cen
ter for three yards, and Whitt tries a
fake around right end without a gain.
Whitt makes eight yards around left
end, and is stopped by Richardson.
Greensboro is penalized 15 yards for
roughness. Burroughs punts to Dunn
on the 17-yard line. Taylor punts out
of bounds on his own 42-yard line.
Pittman makes two yards through cen
ter, and then gains three yards on a
fake. Rees carries the ball five yards
and is stopped by Taylor, Dickerson,
Both Teams Score Touchdown®
Second quarter: Whitt recovers a
fumble for a ten-yard loss and then
goes around left end for five yards, and
fails to gain around right end. Bur
roughs punts to Richardson, who is
stopped by Rees on his 17-yard line.
Richardson tries a pass, but it is in
complete. Richardson punts to Rees,
who returns it to Reidsville’s 30-yard
Whitt gains two yards around right
end, and- then fails at left end. Bur
roughs goes down the field to Eeids-
ville’s 15-yard line. Lee goes around
left end 15 yards for a touchdown.
Wrenn drop-kicked the extra point.
Burroughs kicks off to Dickerson, but
is stopped by Wicker. Terrel makes
five yards around left end. Dickerson’s
pass to Richardson is too long and is
grounded. Dickerson adds five yards
and Truitt pounds through center for
three more. Dickerson passes to Rich
ardson, who goes to Greensboro’s two-
yard line. Diekeerson plunges over for
a touchdown, and then fails to make
the extra point.
Dickerson kicked off to Greensboro.
Lee carried the ball around left end,
but was stopped by Dickerson and Ter
ril and then is stopped by Dickerson
after a lO-yard run. Lee makes three
yards at center, skirts right end for
five more, adds a few on a fake play
and then is Stopped by Rankin at left
end. Burroughs made 15 yards around
right end before he was stopped by
Truitt. Lee stepped around right end
for two yards and passed to Burroughs,
who was stopped on Reidsville’s 7-yard
line on the next play. Greensboro tried
two line plunges without a gain, and
then Burroughs carried the ball over,
but the play was called back on a pen
alty. Rees carried the ball to Reids
ville’s one-yard line as the horn blew
for the half.
Third quarter: Burroughs kicked off
to Dun who was stopped on Reidsville’s
30-yard line. Reidsville tried a pass
but it was intercepted by Hester and
carried to Reidsville’s 22-yard line.
Lee failed to gain lat right end and
then Burroughs goes around right end
to Reidsville’s 10-yard line. Lee tried
left end without a gain, and then Bur
roughs failed to gain at right end.
Lee’s pass to Burroughs was grounded
over the goal line.
Reidsville’s ball on her own 20-yard
line. Diekeerson tried a fake play but
was stopped in his tracks. Dickerson
galloped around right end for ten yards,
before he was nailed by Lee. Dickerson
hit center three times in succession for
Standing of the teams In the con-
fereuce with the teams they have
IVon Lost Pet.
Greensboro 2 0 1000
Charlotte 2 0 1000
Salisbury 2 0 1000
IVinston-Salem 2 0 1000
Gastonia 2 0 1000
High Point 1 i .500
Asheville 0 2. .000
Lexington Tied .000
Rowan County Boys Have
Strong Line and
WHIRLWINDS ARE READY
Game Played in Rain and Mud;
in Last Quarter
by 12 to 6.
VENABLE BEST FOR FROSH
The Greensboro reserves lost a hard-
fought football game to the Asheboro
varsity on Asheboro’s field. At the end
of the half the score was 6-0 in Greens
boro’s favor. The Asheboro boys came
back in the last half and scored two
touchdowns, and the game ended 12-6
in Asheboro’s favor.
The game was played in rain and mud
and it was very hard to hold the ball.
The game started when Greensboro
kicked off to Asheboro. Asheboro made
one first down and had to kick. During
the first quarter both teams exchanged
punts. Up in the second quarter
Greensboro made their lone touchdown.
It came when Greensboro had made
four first downs and then Hicks passed
to Applewhite, who ran over for the
During the third quarter Greensboro
threatened to score again when Bob
Lane got loose and was brought down
on Asheboro’s 15-yard line. They tried
to punt but it did not go over the line
of scrimmage. The Greensboro boys
couldn’t hold and the Asheboro boys
rushed over a touchdown. They tried
to place kick for the extra points but
could not get them over.
Jenkins, who had a badly spraned
ankle before he went into the game,
played a ^ood game. He was knocked
out in the last quartr, but resumed
playing after they had called time out.
O’Brien at end and Gibson at tackle
played a good game.
The starting line-up for Greensboro
F. Rees Quarterback
Substitutes for Greensboro: King,
Johnson, Thorburn, Cox, Davis, Ma-
roney, Hartsook, Applewhite, Carlson,
Hieks, Hinton, Cooper, Fckling, Ed
Clement, Hugh Clement, Hunter, Wat
son, Ford, and Paul Gibson.
three yards each. Rees returned Dick
erson’s punt to Reidsville’s 42-yard line.
Lee made five yards around right and
fumbled on the next play, losing two
yards. Burroughs punted to Dunn who
was downed on his 22-yard line. Rob
erts went around right end for eight
yards. Truitt lost a yard and Dicker-
son punted to Reidsville’s 42-yard line.
Lee failed to gain around right end,
and Burroughs failed to gain at center.
Burroughs punted, and Phillips grounds
Dickerson tries a pass but it is incom
plete. Dickerson rushed center for
three yards. Richardson punted out
of bounds on Greensboro’s 34-yard line.
Fourth quarter; Lee passed, but it is
grounded, and then his pass to Bur
roughs is good for a gain to Reids
ville’s 42-yard line. Lee fails to gain
at left end, and then he dashes around
right end to Reidsville’s 30-yard line.
Two right end runs net two more
yards. Burroughs hits right end for a
two-yard loss. Lee loses four yards at
right end, and then tries a pass which
incomplete. Ogburn circles right end
to Reidsville’s six-yard lino.
Dickerson tries a pass for Reidsville,i
but it was grounded, and then Dicker-
punts out of bounds on Reidsville’s
Lee completes two passes in succes
sion to Rees for a small gain. Bur-
oughs fails to gain at right end. Bur
roughs punted almost over the goal line
when a Reidsville man grounded the
ball, fumbled, and Rees recovered on
Reidsville’s two-yard line. Burroughs
fails to gain at right end. Greensboro
is penalized 15 yards when the baek-
field is in motion before the ball is
snapped. Burroughs carried the ball
back to Reidsville’s 3-yard line. Pitt
man failed to gain at center and Nor-
eum’s fumble was recovered by Reids
Wicker Adds Two Points
Dickerson fell back to punt, but
Wicker broke through and nailed him
behind the line for a safety, the score
6 in favor of Greensboro.
Garrison kicked off from his 20-yard
line, and Lee carried it to Greensboro’s
49-yard line, and on the next play he
carried the ball to Reidsville’s 43-yard
where he was stoppd by Stallings.
Burroughs failed to gain at right end
and punted out of bounds on Reids
ville’s 26-yard line.
Garrison passed to Terril who went
Phillips, Dempsey, and Thorburn, In
jured Men, Return for Play
in GckmI Condition.
The Purple Whirhvliids will meet the
Salisbury eleven at Memorial Stadium
this afternoon at 3:30 in a crucial
battle for the Western Conference
The Salisbury team has always been
a dangeorous rival to Greensboro and
this year the squad is considered to bi
extra strong. The Greensboro eleTOii is
ready for the visiting squad and it is
sure to be a real battle.
This year the Sallsbur.v team is
greatly strengthened having five letter-
men returning in the backfle'.d and five
of the regular linemen retunung. Last
year Salisbury tied with Wliistoa-Sa-
lem for second place In the conference
standing of Class A. This year in the
first two games Salisbury has come out
with the big end of the score winning
from Mocksville eleven 55-0. The Ra
leigh eleven went down to Salisbury
by the score of 19-0. Last Friday the
Gastonia eleven tied Salisbury at
and Gastonia beat Asheville earlier ii
The loss of Captain Saleeby In the
line and Barnhardt in the backfleld will
not hurt Salisbury a great deal as there
are lettermen to replace them. The
total number of lettermen returning to
the squad this year exceeds that of any
team in the Western conference.
Salisbury comes hero with a clean
slate having won two games and tied
one. Greensboro has won two and
one winning the first two games of the
season against Sanford and Reidsville,
and losing to Charlotte in their third
start last Friday. Last year Greensboro
tied Salisbury 6-6,
Coach Belding has announced his
team as ready for the invaders and he
is putting the squad through daily
workouts and scrimmages. Harry Phil
lips, injured in the Reidsville game
and not able to get in the Charlotte
game, will probably be ready for Salis
bury. Arnold Demiisey, who suffered
a badly wrenched foot in scrimmage
just before the Reidsville game, will
probable return to the lineup in time
for Friday's game; and Ned Tlior-
burn, Injured at tbe same time Demp
sey was, will probably be ready also.
All three of the above are linesmen,
Oka Hester, hefty center, looks like a
l)ossible successor of Li]isconib at the
SPARKS FROM THE GRIDIRON
HARRIERS LOSE THEIR
Guilford Prosh Take Big End of 28-27
Score; Koury Best Runner for
Local Cross Country Team.
Coach A. Paul Bouth’s cross country
harriers lost their first decision of the
year to the Guilford College Frosh at
Gulford by the score of 28-27, over a
The Guilford team, led by Captain
Newlin, had two first places. Newlin
came in ahead with 12:14 and Venable
s first among the scored men, coming
with 13:24. Koury, leading Greens
boro runner, came in next, followed by
Lovin and Rochelle, both of Greens
Venable is a one-arm runner and the
leading man for Guilford in practices
held so far made three and one-half
miles in 20 minutes.
Koury has proved to be the leading
Greensboro runner, having led the field
practice runs with his best time be
ing a littlo under 12 minutes for two
The order at the finish follows: Ven-
abe (G), Koury (H. S.), Lovin (H. S.),
Rochelle (II. S.), Coble (G.), Durham
(G), Allen (G.), Poindexter (G.), Lang
ley (H. S.), Miller (H. S.) Montgomery
(H, S.), Douglas (H. S.)
to his 31-yard line. Dickerson jumped
into the air and shot a pass like a bul
let to Terrill, who, with an open field
before him, is overtaken by Burroughs
and down with a flying tackle on
Greensboro’s 32-yard line. Dickerson
went around left end to the 21-yard line
the game ended.
Greensboro 9) Pos. Reidsville (6)
Burroughs (C) ..l.e Roberts
Riley l.t Taylor
Wrenn Ig Balsley
Lipscomb center Rankin
Phillips r.g. Ware
Pemberton r.t Turner
Wickeer r.e Terril
I q.b Truitt
Whitt l.h Apple
Pittman r.h Richardson
Norcum f.b Diekeerson
Score by quarters:
Greensboro 0 7 0 2—9
Reidsville 0 6 0 0—6
Scoring: Touchdowns, Lee (sub for
Whitt) Diekeerson; extra point,
Wreenn (dropkick); safety, Wicker.
Substitutes—for Greensboro, Lee, Og-
burn, Elias, Fields, Elder, Fesmire,
Gerringer, Johnson, Hunter, Hester,
Johnson; for Reidsville, Yarboro,
Stallings, Raper, Harrison.
Officials—Mayer (Georgia Tech; ref-1
eree, Coltrane, (Carolina); headlines-
, Buekheimer (Furman).
Are They Mightier?
Winston-Salem is supposed to have a stronger team than last year
but did not prove it against Madison. They only defeated Madison
by a 14 to 0 count. The Reidsville team defeated Madison 42 to 0.
Gastonia Going Strong
Gastonia defeated Asheville, who has lost both games they have
played, by the count of 12 to 6. This was the first game in the con
ference and it looks as though Gastonia might have a strong team.
High Point and Lexington fought four quarters to a 0 to 0 dead
lock. The ends for High Point were the only outstanding players of
Win by Close Margin
Greensboro took a hard-fought game from the Reidsville boys by
the count of 9 to 6. Reidsville had run up over one hundred points on
the other two teams they played. They were state champions in their
class last year.
Salisbury has chalked up another victory. They seem to have a
1931 grid-machine. Almost as strong as their 1930 team when they de
feated the Raleigh high champions of the east. With our Charlotte
game behind us we should fight all the harder. Let’s score more than
one old touchdown. Remember how we scored a touchdown only to be
called back supposedly for stepping out of bounds and ended up with
a 6-6 score ? Come on let’s get that old spirit of G. H. S. and score,
The Charlotte Wildcats clawed the Columbia eleven for a 22 to 0
victory to get revenge for the 7 to 0 defeat handed them by the South
Carolinians last year.
Speaking of sports, let’s look back a few years and try to recall
the day when some of these fellows used to carry the old pigskin for
G. II. S., and who were the originators of the title “The Purple Whirl
wind,” Here they are, think about them, Jimmy Maus, Frank Good
win, Pred Burroughs, Bill Teague, Pete Wyriek, “Red” Goodwin,
Boyd Morris, Charlie Shaffer, “Beany” Curtis, Harris Ogburn, and
others who have gone on to college and are carrying on the career that
they started on the old high school field. And let’s also think about
those we have now who are starting the same kind of a career. Here
they are, Jack Burroughs, “Red” Riley, and Ed Lee. How about it
readers, aren't they on their way to fame ?
The reserve team has been playing liard this year, There, are one
or two boys who have been hurt everyday.
They had to play Asheboro when the best of the reserves were hurt
and could not play. Goodwin, the boy who scored the touchdown
against High Point in the first game, was not able to play on ^count
of a sprained arm. Amos Shelton, the best center on the reserves, had
a sprained hand and could not get into the game. Nowlin, another
good back on the reserves, had a hip hurt but played in part of the
game. Jimmy Jenkins pulled a muscle in his leg and can hardly walk.
Some of our last year’s football stars are making big hits on the
college freshmen teams in the state. Down at Carolina “Shorty”
Shaffer is making a bid for the quarterback position. Harris Ogburn,
G. H. S. plunging halfback is playing a great game at Carolina. A1
Avery, mentioned for “all-state” guard in high school, is showing up
well in the line. Great things are being expected of this trio in the
Over at Davidson, Lee Vanstory and Fritz Byerly are making a
good impression. Down at State college, Glen Goodwin, the red-headed
flash from Gv H. S., is the most promising halfback ever to come to
State. Everyone at State is watching his movements. Coach Smith
thinks Red will be a second Jack McDowall. Last Friday night
“Red” ran wild against Oak Ridge and was by far the most outstand
ing star of the game. Great things are expected of “Red” down at
State. Keep it up “ Red ’ ’!
FOR RESERVE TEAM
Five More Minutes to Play
When Ball Placed
BOREN SHOWS GOOD WORK
'The Greensboro liigh school reserves
won a victory over the High Point re
serves after battling for three quarters
on the local athletic field when Philip
Goodwin intercepted a Pointer pass and
raced (iO yards for the lone touchdown,
making the score 6-0.
The game was air-tight from the first
histle ;intil the lost and neither team
showed a great advantage over the
other. Goodwin's run was the only
play that came near being a touchdown.
The locals looked fairly good in the
line and the backfleld, and some of the
players show good promises as varsity
Goodwin's touchdown came in the
last quarter after the two teams had
waged an even fight during the first
two quarters. Sprye, playing his first
year as a I’oiuter quarterback, called
for a pass and Goodwin intercepted it
neatly on his own 40-yar(l marker and
sprinted through the High Point eleven
for »i0 yards to put Greensboro In the
lead 0-0. The try fur extra point was
In the Greensboro line Knight and
Hodges at guard and Gibson at tackle
played a good game, while Boren and
Goodwin starred in the backfleld.
ChessoD and Rudter, linemen, and Har
ris, fullback were outstanding in the
Soccer Equipment Arrive®
Soccer equipment has arrived at last.
Miss Robinson has announced that the
soccer team will play other teams, in
town and out of town. The first prac
tice was held on the afternoon of
Wednesday, the 7th, A large number
of girls attended and. all have said that
they are coming back. Miss Robinson
says that from all the girls that have
come out it looks like she wOl be able
to choose a strong team.
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Easy Terms ;
Code of a Good Sport
1. Thou shalt not quit.
2. Thou Shalt not alibi.
3. Thou shalt not gloat over win
4. Thou shalt not be a rotten loser.
5. Thou shalt not take unfair ad
6. Thou shalt not ask odds when
thou art not willing to give.
7. Thou shalt always be ready.
8. Thou shalt not under-estimate
thy opponent nor over-estimate thy
9. Remember that the game is the
thing and he who thinketh otherwise
is a mucker and is no true sports
10. Honor the game thou playest,
for he who playeth the game straight
and hard wins even when he loses.
Midgets Receive Uniforms
Tbe midget team is rejoicing over
the arrival of new uniforms. This
team so far has not been able to have
many workouts on account of lack of
uniforms. According to Coach Beld
ing, the suits will be distributed im
mediately so that the team may get
down to stiff practice. The newly
formed team has already had its sched
ule made out so it will at once get
ready for the eneoming clashes. It is
from them that Coach Belding expects
material for next year’s team.
THE Individuul high scorers nre—
T.D. E.P. T.
W. Newsome, Salisbury,. 5 3 .33
Gadd, Charlotte 3 0 .18
Morris, Charlotte 2 0 ,18
Burroughs, Greensboro ..2 0 .12
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Just a Whisper from the Square
Charlotte Defeats Winds;
First Out of Town Game
Charlotte defeated Greensboro high
18 to 0 after a hard slippery game
played in mud at the high school I
in Charlotte last Friday.
Gadd and Burroughs starred with
Gadd making two touchdowns and
more yardage than any man on the
field for Charlotte and Burroughs
played a wonderful defensive game,
did the punting, and shared with the
hacks in ground gained for Greensboro.
Isenhour, left cud, and Cathey, left
tackle, were tiie outstanding linesmen
on Charlotte’s team and Riley and
Wrenn for the Winds.
'I’he rain and mud thwarted Beld-
iiig’s air attack, weakening the Winds
on the offensive. Our team played as
good a game as Charlotte in spite of
the fact that Charlotte won.
First quarter; Morns kicks off to
Whitt who takes it to our 47-yard line.
IVhitt fumbles losing 15 yards and
Morris receives a punt from Burroughs.
Gadd gets the bail, but slips In the
mud for a loss and taking the ball
again he goes around right end for 15
yards before being stoiiped by Whitt.
Pemberton rushes in and tackles Gadd
for a 5-yard loss. Gadd plunges through
center for 2 yards.
Charlotte penalized 5 yards for off
sides. Gadd punts over 20-yard line,
Whitt skirts right end for 5 yards
and then rushes tackle for 5 yards.
Burroughs punts to Morns who fumbles
and the ball is recovered by Greens
boro. Whitt loses on right, end, is made
by Pittman. Burroughs kicks off to
Morns wlio returns fhe ball to our 35-
Gadd makes 10 yards at right tackle
and 5 yards at center. Morris fails to
gain on right end. Gadd nets 10 yards
left end before stopped by Bur
roughs. Time out for Greensboro.
Gadd skirts right end for 10 yards.
Haines recovers liis own fumble, but is
tackled for a loss by Whitt Gadd fails
to gain on left end so he tries it again
racing down the field 25 yards im
touched for a touclulown. Gadd plunges
for the extra point but fails to get it
Morris kicks off to Rees. Whitt fails
to gain oil right end, but Burroughs
nets 5 yards on the same end. Bur-
•oiighs puiit.s to Morris on his 25-yard
line, Morris races down the field evad
ing all players and has an open field
abend when Burroughs overtakes him
and brings him down on our 17-yard
Hue. Morris pounds his way to our C-
yard line. Gadd goes over, but Char
lotte is penalized 15 yards for holding.
Gadd liit.s left end for 2 yards and
Morris goes around right end for a
touchdown. He tries a place kick for
the extra point, but fails.
Second quarter: Morris kicks off to
Whitt, but the play goes over. Morris
kicks off to Reos who carries the ball
to our 40-yard line. Greensboro Is
penalized 5 yards. Pittman fumbles.
Gadd recovers the ball and carries it to
our 12-yard line.
Haines ixiimds center to our 12-yard
line and fails to gain on right end.
Gadd fails to gain on left end, but he
goes over on right end. The play goes
• and Charlotte gets a 15-yard
penalty for clipping. They get a 5-yard
penaity for taking too much time. Bur
roughs intercepts a pass on our 19-
M’hitt fumbles, but the ball Is re
covered by one of our men. Lee’s pass
Incomplete followed by an S-yard
gain. Pittman takes the ball to our 40-
yard line. Ogburn plunges through cen
ter for two yards. I.«e fumbles and
Gadd recovers the ball on our 47-yard
Haines and Gadd net 14 yards on
two end runs. Morris runs out of
bounds on our 18-yard line. Two end
runs and a pass fail So net for Char
Greensboro’s hall. Elias makes 33
yards on two right end runs and
fumbles in the next play .and the bail
is recovered by Wrenn for a 5-yard
gain. Elias dashes through center for
5 yards. Leu fails to gain. Greensboro
Is penalized 5 yards for hiking the ball
out of bounds. Belding starts across
the field to talk to the referee about
it, but the referee penalizes us 15 yards
for the coach being on the field. Elias
:nins five yards at tackle and Biir-
roiigiis ijunts to Morris on our IM-yavd
hue as the half is called.
Third quarter: Gadd kicks off to
Rees who takes the ball to our 35-yard
line. Lee gets 2 yards at center, but
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Elias fails to gain. Burroughs punts
to Morris and tackles him on bis 16-
yard line. Morris punts, but the play-
goes over and Charlotte is penalized a
5 yards. Gadd punts, but tlie ball is
blocked and bounces over the goal line.
The play goes over. Gadd punts to
Rees on our 40-yard line. Elias fails
to gain on left end, hut Lee gets 3 yards
at tackle. Lee passes, but tlie ball is
intercepted by Sutton. Gadd pounds
through center 21 yards. Time out for
Greensboro. Morris gains 1 yard, Char
lotte fumbles the ball and it is recov
ered by Greensboro. Eiias fails to gain.
Burroughs fumbles losing 10 yards and
then he punts, hut the ball Is blocked
and downed on Charlotte’s 40-yard line.
Gadd skirts right end for 5 yards. Mor
ris fumbles the ball and it is recovered
Leo hits c-enter twi‘e, but loses 5
yards. Burroughs punts to Haines who
is stopped on our 35-yard line.
Morris and Gadd net 8 yards on two
end runs, Gadd fails to gain at cen
ter so he punts and the ball is downed
on our 7-yard line.
r,ee makes 5 yards on left end. In
three more plays the ball is on our
Fourth quarter: Burroughs get 3
yards on left end. A thrust at center
fails to gain. Burroughs fumbled, picks
up the ball and tries to pass, but it is
Charlotte's ball. Haines loses 5 yards
on a fake. Time out, Burroughs goes
out because his chest got hurt by a
cleat. Elias goes iu for Burroughs.
Gadd loses 7 yards and then punts
out of bounds on our 4-yard line.
Whitt punts to Morris who runs out
of bounds on our 25-yard line.
Gadd fumbles losing 5 yards and
loses again in the next play. Gadd
pnnts out of bounds on our 13-yard
Whitt iMiuuds through center for 5
yards and next he fumbles the ball,
but recovers It. Whitt punts to Morris
on our 25-yar(I line. Gadd skirts right
end for 5 yards followetT by a fake to
Morris who run out of bounds on our
llyard line. A center rush and a fake
net 4 yards. Gadd carries the bail 5
yards, with 3 yards to go for a touch
down. Gadd plunges through left tackle
for 1 yard. Time out for Greensboro
and its our ball.
Whitt punts to our l2-yar(l line. Time
out for Charlotte.
Gadd hits right tackle twice and cen
ter once netting 9 yards. The ball is
on our 1-2 foot line. Gadd goes over
around right end, but tile play goes
over and he plunges through center for
a touolidown. Time out for Charlotte.
Gadd goes out having been hurt badly
by blows on his stomach and nearly
the while Charlotte varsity goes out
being replaced by substitutes. They
fail to plunge over for the extra point.
Whitt receives the kick-off and brings
it back to our 45-yard line. Wliitt
loses 10 yards on left end and then
passes to Rees who is thrown out of
bounds on our 35-yard line. The ball
is carried 10 yards down the field as
the game ended.
Greensboro Pos, Charlotte
Burroughs (C) _.le Isenhour
Riley it Cathey
Wrenn Ig noo^ (Q)
.Tohnson rg Copeland
Pemberton rt Monty
Wicker re Shore
Rees __,qb Gadd
Whitt Ih Morris
Pittman rh Haines
Ogburn fb Sutton
Charlotte 12 0 0 6—18
Greensboro 0 0 0 0— 0
Scoring; Touchdowns, Gadd, 2, Mor
ris. Charlotte substitutions; Brady,
Smith, Spillons, Westerfleld, Hatcher,
Helms F. Shoup, Newman, Fesperman,
R. Shoup; Greensboro substitutions:
Causey, Lipscomb. Elias, Ifipscomb,
Fesmire, I.ee, Officials: Referee, Kirk
patrick (N. C. State). Umpire, Causey
(S. C.). Headlines, Ison (V. N. C.).
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