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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUTNDA. NOJfVE~MBER 1. 1911

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Minnesota Downs Purdue; Bucks Win

COLLEGE ROUNDUP:
Top Ranked Texas Toppled;
Washington Upsets UCLA

afternoon. But the Mountaineers -A Wirephoto
lost tackle Bill Winter and guard TOUCHDOWN BOUND-Ohio State's Bob Fergusan (46) is en
Dave Santrock on injuries in the route to scoring one of the Buckeye tallies in their 22-14 victory
first half and the reserves failed over Oregon yesterday. He just received from quarterback Joe
to keep the pace. Sparma (24); end Chuck Bryant (88) is on the ground.
TOP TEAM FALLS:
Battering Line, Borrowed Play Get
Credit for TCU Upset over Texas

By The Associated Press
AUSTIN-The nation's number
one football team was upset yes-
terday 6-0 by its old nemesis,
Texas Christian, by means of
crushing line play and a50-yard
pass.
A crowd of 50,000 screamed en-
couragement to Texas, unbeaten
in eight starts and never held to
less than four touchdowns this
season. But TCU, which went in-
to the game the underdog by 25
points and sporting a record that
included four defeats, could not
be denied.
TCU scored its touchdown in
the second period starting from
the 20 when Jack Collins punted
into the end zone. After punch-
ing up to the 34, Tom Crutcher
passed 11 yards to Iles and line
plunges carried the ball exactly
to midfield.
Tallest Quarterback
There Gibbs, probably the tall-
est quarterback in college ranks
at 6-7, calmly faded back as Iles
outraced the Texas defense. The
big TCU end caught the long pass
on the 8 and plunged over for the
touchdown.
Had Texas won it would have
been assured at least a tie with
Arkansas for the Southwest Con-
ference championship, and a place
in the Cotton Bowl. Now Texas'
gamenext Thursday may be the
deciding contest.
* * *
LOS ANGELES-Washington's
fleet Charlie Mitchell stunned
UCLA with a 90-yard touchdown
run on the opening kickoff and.
Bill Siler floored the Bruins with
a 25-yard scoring dash in the
fourth period to give the Huskies
a 17-13 triumph yesterday.
This was a Big 5 Conference
battle. But despite the defeat,
UCLA is still prominent in the
Rose Bowl race. The host team
for the New Year's Day classic
will be decided, to all intents,
when the Bruins and Southern
California meet next week.
UCLA fumbled on its first play
from scrimmage, the Huskies took
over on the Bruins' 21, and sud-
denly - after three minutes, 16
seconds of the game-UCLA was
behind 10-0 on a 21-yard field goal
by Dick Schmidt.
SOUTH BEND - A 15-yard
roughing penalty called with no
time remaining on the clock, set
up Joe Perkowski's 41-yard field
goal yesterday that dramatically
gave Notre Dame a 17-15 victory
over Syracuse.
Adding to the bizarre ending
was the roughing-the-holder pen-
alty against Syracuse. With the

clock showing no time, Perkow-
ski tried a field goal from the
Orange 46 with Sefcik holding the
ball. Walter Sweeney, a 225-pound
junior end, charged through and
spun into Sefcik.
After the 15 yard penalty, Per-
kowski split the uprights.
Syracuse's 10th ranked Orange-
men had wiped out a 14-0 Irish
lead as sophomore Bob Zelli toss-
ed a fourth quarter touchdown
that provided Syracuse with a 15-
14 lead.
* * *
DURHAM-Halfback Bill Rey-
nolds booted a dramatic, 9-yard
field goal with only 2 seconds re-
maining to give Duke a 6-3 vic-
tory over arch-rival North Caro-
lina yesterday.
The victory wrapped up the At-
lantic Coast Conference cham-
pionship for the Blue Devils for
the second year in a row.
Reynolds, a junior fom Charles-
ton, W. Va., kicked a 32-yard field
goal with 51/2 minutes left to play
to tie the score, 3-3, for Duke.
NEW YORK - Halfback Mike
McClellan sped 75 yards to a
touchdown in the opening five
minutes on a tricky quick-snap
play that caught Army napping
yesterday and Oklahoma went on
to a 14 to 8 football victory over
the Cadets at Yankee Stadium.
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The Cadets were casually com-
ing out of their defensive huddle
when Jimmy Carpenter, Sooner
halfback, took the ball from cen-
ter and lateralled to McClellan,
who took off around his left end.
Oklahoma added a second
touchdown in the final minute of
the third period on a 1-yard
plunge by quarterback Bob Page,
climaxing a 77-yard march.
* * *
BIRMINGHAM - Alabama
cleared'its ninth hurdle yesterday
toward an unbeaten football sea-
son and a possible bid to the
Rose Bowl by following the furi-
ous running of fullback Mike
Fracchia to a 10-0 triumph over
Georgia Tech.
The nation's No. 2 power mixed
its matchless defense with Frac-
chia's charges and the poised pass-
ing and running of quarterback
Pat Trammell for a decisive vic-
tory.
Fracchia put the first points on
the board in the bruising South-
eastern Conference clash when he
turned right end behind halfback
Billy Richardson's savage block
and raced 16 yards for a touch-
down in the second period. Soph-
omore specialist Tim Davis con-
verted and added a 32-yard field
goal in the third quarter.
* * *
MEMPHIS-Tennessee cracked
under Doug Elmore's passing yes-
terday and Mississippi virtually
sewed up a major bowl bid by
whacking the Volunteers, 24-10.
The underdog Vols came alive
late in the fourth quarter, with
tackle Ed Beard galloping 56
yards with an intercepted pass,
but a second Tennessee touchdown
was lost to a holding penalty.
The Rebels sent three fleet backs
across the Vol goal, with the bone-
crusher coming on quarterback
Glynn Griffing's 53-yard runback
of a punt.
'M COEDS:
Mermaids

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SCORES

that it was TCU's refusal to ever
let the Longhorns catch their
breath that kept Texas playing
catch-up all afternoon. When
Horned Frog end Buddy Iles took
a pass from Sonny Gibbs in the
first half, it marked the first time
all season that Texas had trailed.
The best testimonial to' TCU's
effectiveness came from James
Saxton, Texas' lightning-fast half-
back who was the nation's back
of the week two weeks ago.
Hit Harder
"They hit me harder than any-
one has ever hit me," Saxton said
after the game in which he was
knocked cold twice, having to be
helped from the field each time.
He said he remembered little of
the first half after Donny Smith
and Bobby Plummer tackled him
to terminate a play on which he
gained 45 yards.
Saxton wound up as Texas'
leading ground gained just the
same, with 85 yards on 17 carries.
Gibbs said TCU "started getting
ready for this one right after last

year," when Texas defeated TCU
3-2.
"We hustled, boy, did we hustle,"
Iles chortled. -
Gibbs, at 6-foot-7, and 220
pounds, probably the biggest quar-
terback in football, said TCU
adapted a trap play from old nem-
esis Southern Methodist and turn-
ed it into one of the most effec-
tive it used against Texas.
The spread-formation play,
modified slightly for TCU's wing-
T, and another trap play gave
TCU much of its yardage. Its line
-an aggregation with sprinters'
speed despite the fact that every
starting lineman stands 6- feet or
taller and that they average 204
pounds--opened gap after gap
Pro Scores
NBA
Los Angeles 103, Boston 101
Syracuse 148, Philadelphia 130
Detroit 119, Chicago 112
St. Louis 136, Cincinnati 133
NHL
Montreal 4, New York 4
Toronto 6, Detroit 1

GRID PICKS
Michigan 23, Iowa 14
Michigan State 21, Northwestern 13
Minnesota 10, Purdue 7
Ohio State 22, Oregon 14
Wisconsin 55, Illinois 7
Indiana 17, West Virginia 9
Alabama 10, Georgia 0
Oklahoma 14, Army 8
Dartmouth 15, Cornell 14
Duke 6, North Carolina 3
Maryland 10, Wake Forest 7
Colorado 7, Nebraska 0
Notre Dame 17, Syracuse 15
Pittsburgh 10, Southern California 9
Princeton 26, Yale 16
Rice 21, Texas A & M 7
Mississippi 24, Tennessee 10
Texas Christian '6, Texas 0
Washington 17, UCLA 13
Utah State 17, Utah 6
OTHER SCORES.
Boston College 10, Boston Univ. 7
Rutgers 26, Colgate 6
Harvard 21, Brown 6
New Mexico 20, Colorado State 8
Kansas 53, California 7
Idaho 16, Montana 14'
Washington State 30, Stanford 0
Oregon State 35, Brigham Young 0
Louisiana State 14, Mississippi State 6
Penn State 34, Holy Cross 14
Navy 13, Virginia 3
No. Carolina State 38, So. Carolina 14
Missouri 27, Kansas State 9
Kentucky 9, Xavier (O.) 0
Baylor 31,' Air Force 7
Arkansas 21, SMU 7
Auburn 10, Georgia-7
Columbia 37, Penn 6
PARTY
FAVORS
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1103 S. Univ. NO 2-6362

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Michigan's women's swimming
team defeated the University of
Toronto and Western Ontario
University yesterday in a triang-
ular swimming meet held at the
Women's Pool.
By accumulating 100 points, the
U-M coeds finished well ahead of
its two opponents as Toronto was
second with 59 and Ontario fin-
ished last with only 50.
Sue Thrasher paced the victor-
ious team by capturing first place
in the 50-yd. butterfly and 100-
yd. freestyle events.
The remainder of the points
were credited to La June Rogers,
who finished first in the 50-yd.
freestyle; Sperry Jones, first in
the 75-yd. individual medley race;
Sara Watt and Karen Ryan, first
and second, respectively, in the
diving competition; and Sue Rog-
ers, second in the 50-yd. back-
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