SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1930
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
. . ........DECEMBER - -7, --1930 . TH...MIC HIG A N . ..----------AG---SEVE--
NUPSETS DOPE T EASIL WOLVERINES
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TAKE i Notre Dame Denies
ell in Firs:
Reports That Long
Journeys Are Banned
YEARLINGS ENTER NOTICE
INTER-TEAM MEE T GEOLOGY 1-Tutoring by Mr.
T o m m i e Mack in Lakesr-
Weathering-Dunes and Review
Coach Ken Doherty is rapidly Examii questions. 310 South State.
grooming his men for the inter- Phone 79.7. 6123C
Lean track meet net WednesdaY, SPECIAL STEAK SUPPER
Dec. 10 and the field meet the o'-'
Wriie C. I., care of Westburg,
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Marchey Schwartz Leads Mates end for 80 yards and the scon (Continued From Pae 6) SOUTH B D, Ind., Dec. 6.-Re-
to Mythical National Rambler score, but on this occa- he sunk a shoi cshot amoY before ports that Notre Dame's football
Chamionshi. sion Carideo's try for point a . the echoes of the op"wng whistle teams would make no more trans--
The third Irish touchdown came had died away, but the Kalamazoo continefntai jourrnys were denied
after a mental lapse on the part team drew even, and finally forged today by President Charles L. 0'-
SCORE EARLY IN GAME of the Trojan players, when they ahead to lead 13-11 with the irstIDonnell.
permitted Schwartz to go through half halfway gone. However, the ..
Upsetting the pre-game dope by center practically unmolested for Wolverines came back, and --hen "Reports that Notre Dame isI
exhibiting a show of power that 46 yards believing the ball to be the teams went to the locker rooms making its final trans-continental
swept everything before them, the dead because of an offside on thea the half ime, the score board trip to play the University of South-
sweptath of the western team. Pinckert iead 15-14 in favor of Michigan. ern California are false," lie said.1
Notre Dame Ramblers captured thetackled him on the 12 yard line In the second period Daniels and
mythical football championship of I and the Irish took the gain in pre- Altenhoff went wild and scored 14 Our agreement with the univeisity
the United States by trouncing the ference to the penalty. A short points between them to cut the of Southern California calls for a
powerful University of Southern pass, Schwartz to O'Connor, netted Teachers off without a chance. game here in our stadium next fall.
California eleven, 27 to 0, in an in- the score. Daniels counted five times from the "After that arrangements for i-
tersectional ganie at the Coliseum The final score came after Han- fo during this time. The Maize ture relations between the two
in Los Angeles yesterday, before an ley had intercepted a Trojan passa ue;steadily drew away from
estimated attendance of 87,500 per- and advanced to the 21-yard line. their opponent, until by the end of schools probably will be made on
After a few bucks Lukats, a substi- e game they had piled up their the same home and home basis as
soks.dd tute halfback, tore through the line 12-point advantage. has existed in the past."
Picked to be defeated, or at the for 13 yards and the touchdown.- -- -
least to be held to a low score by Throughout the game the work ------------
the Trojans, Knute Rockne's team of Marchey Schwartz at halfbackI
got the jump on its rivals with a stood out like a beac& light. Time
touchdown in the first few minutes after time he ripped the Trojan
of play, and were never in danger line to shreds, while his long gains
after that. Only once, at the end around end and his brilliant pass-'
of the final quarter, was the South- ing played a large part in the
er Californiarteaminossess Rambler victory.gO'Connor, Car- We list some of the Nationally advertised articles of Merchan-I
em alioria eaminposessonideo, Conley, and Metzger also I iewihw ar.
of the ball within the Irish 27-yard played great ball for the Notrewcarry-
line, while the Ramblers hung up Dm em
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Following a 60 yard march by Notre Dame , Pos. Southern Calif. re ex
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ments of the game, Notre Dame Culver . . . . . . .. LT ........... Hall "Knit-tex" Topcoats underwear
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nia back, fumbled and Culver re- Kurth ......... RT......... Smith
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Schwartz then dropped back and Carideo .......QB....... Duf field "Friendly-Five" Shoes ",abhor" Robes
tossed a long pass to Captain Tom Schwartz ...... LI 1......... Apsit
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fi r s t Rambler touchdown, while O'Connor ...... FB........ Musick
Carideo booted the placekick that Score by quarters:
netted them the extra point. Notre Dame ......13 0 7 7- -27 1y
Late in the first period a surprise Southern Calif. .. 0 0 0 0 -- 0 A Complete Line of Men's
kick by Duffield sent the ball over Touchdowns -Conley, O'Connor
the Irish goal line, and it was 2, Lukats. Points after touchdown ands
brought out to the 20. From this -Carideo 3. Referee-Birch (Ear - 1A " ga
point on the first play, O'Connor, ham); Umpire-Gillette (Texas) Fu 4 ig
a substitute fullback who replaced Wyatt (Missouri); Field Judge-- Fumsig
the injured "Moon" Mullins, circled Barker (Chicago).
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in the pole vault event, Lassala
I and Myers cleared ii feet in theI
trials and are expected to o 3 in-
ches higher in the meet Thursday.
Moisio high-jumped 5 feet 10 in-
ches and came within one and
three fourths inches of capturing
the high-jump record.
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