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November 03, 1931 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1931-11-03

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__THE MTCHIGAN DATEY __ _ _

Preparation for Indiana Til

Star Ohio Sophomore Who Is Turning in
Stellar Brand of Football at Quarter

NOTRE DAME TEAM
REMAINS UNBEATEN
Dartmouth, Yale Tie Breaks
Record; Georgia, Stanford
Still Undefeated.
The Ramblers of Notre Dame
continued on their unbeaten way
last Saturday to topple the power-
ful line of Carnegie Tech and push
over three touchdowns for a 19-0
win to remain as one of the Mid-
west's outstanding elevens along
with the Northwestern Wildcats.
Both teams are practically certain
of completing their schedules with-
out a loss as the Wildcats have only
Minnesota to worry them next
week-end while the Irish are on
the books to trample over Pennsyl-
vania's unbeaten gridders.
Out in the East, Dartmouth and
Yale ground each other into the
dust of the gridiron all in vain ex-
cept for' the fact that the two can
claim the highest score ever rui!
up in a tie game, 33-33. Albie Booth
had another big day, but the flashy
comeback of Bill McCall of Muske-
gon, Mich., who took the oval over
for three touchdowns to prevent
a Yale win.
Harvard ran up its series of wins
to five by taking a green Virginia
eleven into camp, 19-0. Columbia
seemed a bit surprised when Cor-
nell upset the dope for a 13-0 win.
West Virginia Wesleyan also upset
the Navy craft a bit by holding it
in check for a scoreless tie.
In the south, Georgia still re-
mains in the unbeaten class by vir-
tue of a win over Florida, 33-6.
Southern Methodist is also in this
restricted rating by successfully
hurdling a brilliant Texas aggrega-
tion by a meager majority of two
points,-9-7.
Stanford remains the outstand-
ing team in the West and has yet
to be beaten, scoring, its fifth win
over U. C. L. A., 12-6 last Saturday.
Washington State had a close one
in taking over Oregon State by a
lone point after touchdown, 7-6.
California had an easy time beat-
ing the Nevada eleven, 25-6. North
Dakota has run up the highest
score of any team in the West this
season with 215 tallies to its credit.

VICTORY OVER PRINCETON
SHOWS WOLVERINE POWER

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JERRY COAN
at The Campus Bootery
Tuesday, November 3

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