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THE Mi'CYGAN

DAILY

Sv9I)AY, NOVEMBER 30. 1930

THIC IAN D ILUIbYNVEBR 0_13

Missed
STRONG IISH LINE
BLOCKS SUB'S KICK
Schwartz' Brilliant 60-Yard Run
and Carideo's Place Kick
Give Ramblers Game.
CONTEST PLAYED IN MUD
While over 100,000 fans, wild with
excitement over a last minute
touchdown scored by the Army
against Notre Dame, sat with
breathless interest watching his
every move, a substitute, Broshus,
rushed into the game in the final
two minutes of play by the Army
coach, attempted a place kick that
would spell the difference between
defeat and a tie for the West
Pointers against the mighty Ram-
blers of Notre Dame.
But a powerful Irish line, seeing
their one point margin of vic-
tory threatened and their sixteen
game winning streak ended, broke
through to block the kick and win
the game for Rockne's eleven, 7 to
6, in the one of the most sensa-
tional intersectional grid battles of
recent years. And with the victory,
close as it was, the Ramblers ram-
bled that much nearer to their
goal, another national football
championship.
Throughout three quarters of
play that saw both teams threaten
each other's goal line, Notre Dame
and Army battled back and forth
on the muddy surface of Soldier's
Field in Chicago. With only five
minutes to go of the final period,
and with the contest apparently
headed for that drabbest of results,
a scoreless tie, Marchey Schwartz,
Notre Dame's All-American back,
broke loose through the line, evad-
ed several Army tacklers, and raced
60 yards for the Rambler touch-
down. Frank Carideo, Irish quarter-
back, then stepped back and made
the point after touchdown that was
to mean so much in the final score.
Hardly had the cheers of the'
Notre Dame rooters died down than
Frentzel, standing near his own
36-yard line, booted a punt that
rolled to the Irish 18-yard line. be-
fore it was downed. After the pow-
erful Rockne backs had been kept
from gaining for several downs,
Carideo stepped back to send a long
kick down the field to get the ball
out of dangerous territory. But he
had reckoned without the Army
end, King, who came tearing in
to block the punt and send it roll-
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IRISH TO SEEK UNDEFEATED RECORD BY WIN OVER TROJANS

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fVARS /'IT Y QUt I NTEjT
GETS HARD DRILL
Basketball Candidates Run off
Best Scrinmage of Season.
Michigan's basketball squad went
through its first Saturday iorning
practice yesterday. All the men
turned out and were given plenty
of work to do for about two hours.
The first part of the session was
spent in a fundamental drill for
the general benefit of all the candi-
dates.
The harder part of the practice
period was given over to a couple
halves of scrimmage workout. In
the first half, which was the longer,
the first team was made up of
Weiss and Eveland at forwards,
Daniels at center, and Shaw and
Altenhoff playing guards. This half
was the best scrimmage that the
court squad has had this season.
The play was snappy and interest-
ing with the better work being done I
by the guards, especially by Alten-
hoff. Eveland at forward also turn-
ed in a good account of himself.
Shaw Moved to Center.
The first string men were changed
about for the second half with
Shaw going to the pivot position
and Ricketts taking his place at
guard. The other players held their
same posts. This part of the scrim-
rnage was not as impressive as the
first and was marked by careless
work in general. The men seemed
to be getting tired and the period
was not allowed to last as long as
the first one, with all contestants
ready for the showers at the close.
Petrie and Baldwin furnished the
outstanding work in the opposition
and contributed not a little to mak-
ing it a satisfactory scrimmage.
Baldwin was responsible for the-
two baskets of the second string
men, each time taking the ball
down the court at a fast dribble
and flicking it through the meshes
with a pretty backhand movement.
These two players, in particular
will give Coach Veenker a good re-
serve power for the coming season.
Squad is Not Tall.
All the football men have not yet
reported for practice but they are
expected to come out for the prac-
tices this coming week and add
materially to the roster of the Maize
and Blue quintet this year. They
will not add any extra height to
the squad though and it looks as
if Michigan will have to develop
a fast and shifty play to hold its
own against the six-foot teams that
the Wolverines will have to face
from the other Big Ten schools on
its schedule.

fTTNS WIN. 12m0
Detroit Takes First Major Gan
of Season; Stanford Gives
Easterners Beating.
(Tly Asso-iatr Press)
DETROIT, Nov. 29.-The Univer
sity of Detroit today plunge
through sleet and slush on thei
home gridiron to a startling 12 to
victory over powerful Georgetowr
university.
Neither team scored during th
first half, although Georgetowr
and Detroit each came within strik
ing distance. Berg brought in th
first Detroit score earily in th
third quarter when he caught Co
gan's pass and ran 11 yards to th
Hilltopper's goal. Captain Store
was credited with the final Detroi
touchdown. He took the ball over
in two powerful line plunges fron
the 11-yard line after the Titans
had passed and smashed their wa
to four successive first downs.
(By Associatrd Press)
STANFORD STADIUM. Calif.
Nov. 29.-In a smashing climax to
an up and down football season,
Stanford's red Indians met and
matched the challenge of an in-
vading Dartmouth team today to
turn back the great Eastern threa
14-7.
Held to a 7-7 tie in the first half
and on even terms in the third
period, Stanford thrilled the 40,-
000 spectators with a fourth quar-
ter finish that saw them drive 59
yards in three plays.
Pizzino Loses Battle
to Escape Extradition
(By Associated JPress)'
DETROIT, Nov. 29.-Ted Pizzino
second man to be arrested for the
slaying of Gerald E. Buckley, must
return to Detroit to face the charge
of murder.
Word was received from New
York late Friday that the appellate
court of that state had upheld a
ruling in the Bronx supreme court
denying Pizzino a writ of habeas
corpus. Two Detroit officers left at
once for New York to bring back
the prisoner.
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
-Junior and senior men students
here will go to the polls in the
near future to cast straw ballots
on the question of light wines and
beer. The predictions are all wet.

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FIRST YEAR MEN
PRACTISE HOCKEY
Large Group of Freshmen Out
for Yearling Puck Team.
The first call for freshman hockey
was issued last night by Coach
Lowery of the Varsity hockey team.
The first turn-out was very satis-
factory and the freshman squad
will be unusually strong this year'
according to the previews on the
team. Coach Lowery estimated the
turn-out to be over 50 men. This
number is unusually large and may
bae laid to the Varsity winning the
Big Ten championship last year.

After nosing ou-: the i;rmy eleven yesterday, 7-6, close and excit-
inig game at Soldier's Field, Chicago, before a crowd of 100,000 spec-
tators, the tired Notre Dame eleven faces the prospect of grooming
themselves in a brief period and leaving for Los Angeles where they
are scheduled to face the strong Trojan squad next Saturday. Coach
Howard Jones of the University of Southern California has had a
week to let his team rest up with no gamev esterdav and will nreiare

RECORD CROWDS
AT RINK OPENING
Over 300 Skate on Thanksgiving
to Break Attendance Mark.

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the Trampling Trojans during the coming week for the classic game More than 3,000 skaters paid their
of the year. fees in the greatest opening week
Coach Knute Rockne of the University of Notre Dame faces one in the history of Michigan's skat-
of the most difficult tasks of his career in whipping his team back ing rink, Coach Lowery announced
into shape in a few days after having given their utmost every week jast night. This record - breaking
for the past nine when they have met consecutively that number opening week attendance was due
of the country's most powerful teams. Every team on the Ramblers' to a large extent to the huge
Thanksgiving Day crowd. The aver-
card of games points for the Irish tilt and, consequently, after a sea- age week-day crowd was over 300.
son of such stiff encounters as the 1930 schedule has brought upon Although complete figures have not
the Rocknemen are a weary squad to begin their training for the been ascertained as yet, the above
final and critical clash and then board a train for the long journey is an conservative estimate by
west. Coach Lowery of the Hockey team.
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