Butler Loses Final Battle
I t up U. In Rl!llrh5 RflW tfi WpStPm i DUIIUJa DUW lu CIUII , BUTLER LOSES FINAL BATTLE Stcte, 19-7, 19-7, 19-7, in Onesided Onesided Contest. V KALAMAZOO, Mich.. Nov. 16. (A A hard battling Western State Teachers' College football team outfought outfought Butler University's previously undefeated and untied eleven here today in every department of play and gained an unexpected 19-to-7 19-to-7 19-to-7 19-to-7 19-to-7 victory. In the flrtit quarter, Neuman re- re- turned a Butler punt to Western's forty-one-ysrd forty-one-ysrd forty-one-ysrd forty-one-ysrd forty-one-ysrd line. Three flrl dhwns, with Neuman, Pierce and Muleskl carrying the ball, planted it on the Bulldoit two. and Mulexki crashed over for tho first points of ' the contest. Reynolds added the extra point. lilackuby Kcorefor Butler. Taking the ball on their own thirty-three thirty-three thirty-three thirty-three in the second period, Blatk-aby, Blatk-aby, Blatk-aby, Wulie and Martin carried the ball to the Western five-yard five-yard five-yard marker, but were held on downs. Pierce punted short to his own thirty-nine, thirty-nine, thirty-nine, and Blackaby on four attempts, on of which was good for twenty-eight twenty-eight twenty-eight yards, went over for the only Butler touchdown of the game. Costas ran Turn To Page l'J, Column 3.'