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Purdue Runs Over Indiana, 2.5-7; Yale Beats Harvar

Wisconsin VI
Whip Navy,
Michigan State
University Of I
Jinx With 7-0
Ohio Conquern
West Virginia W
Taken By Army
Vidal Makes On
(By Associated Pre.
Ind., Nov. 19.-Purdue
flashy football team ran
first half here today to d
ana, 25 to 7, and compl
son undefeated, but once t
mann and Hecker scored
from scrimmage and Pau
great Purdue end, caugh
passes for the other coun
plunged for Indiana's lo
down late in the fourth
Indiana kicked off, but
a punt that struck Jones,
fullback and was recovere
and another punt that fe
the visitors' two-yard lin
Boilermakers in scoring t
pass from Hecker to Moss
yard run by Hecker put
the three-yard line, fi
Horstmann scored on a sp
donner drop kicked the p
Yale Beats Har
Nov. 19.-Yale swamped
to 0, today in a battle fo
mud and a steady downp
before approximately 45,
tors. Walter Levering
touchdowns as the Elis h
old rivals their worst sett
series in 30 years.
After an exchange of
pushed Yale back to its 1
the Elis quickly rushed th
touchdown. Curtin, Eli ta
ered Crickard's fumble on
son 45. Parker then grab
ter's flat pass on the 17 a
twisted through to the
line. On the third line th
ing cracked the line for
Sullivan made the extra
end run.
Wisconsin 18, Chi
CHICAGO, Nov. 19.-
spoiled Coach Amos Alo:
farewell football party tod
Chicago 18 to 7, with a
attack before 20,000 fans.
After getting the ball o
S8 in an exchange of pun

touts Indiana
12-0N. Y. U. Record Breker
s Illinir
ly Scoref
wild in the
lefeat Indi-
ete its sea-
ied. Horst-
l Moss, the
t two long
ters. Jones
one touch-
two breaks,
the Indiana
ed by Merz,
ell dead on
ie, put the
erritory. A
.s and a 24-
the ball on
rom where George H. Barker of New York
?inner. Par- University won the national inter-
oint. collegiate cross-country champion-
ship in New York. He raced over the
yard course, somewhat under six miles, in
the record time of 28 minutes 58 4-5
aven, Con., seconds.
Harvard, 19
aught in the ,
our rain WterSports
000 specta-
scored two
anded their Take Spotlight;
back of the
kicks had Outlook Brioht
3-yard line,
irough to a Basketball, Hockey Teams
ckle, recov-
athe Crim- Schedule Games Before
bbed Lassi- Beginning Of Holidays
~nd Crowley
three-yard By CHARLES A. BAIRD
rust, Lever- B
the score. With the football season over and
point on an tucked safely away, the athletic spot-
light focuses upon the winter sports
S oWithin the next few weeks two
icago 7 Michigan teams will get under mo-:
Wisconsin tion. "Cappie" Cappon's basketball
nzo Stagg's team, who make their bow against
day, routing Western State Teachers College Dec.
terrific line 6, have four games scheduled before
the holidays, and Ed Lowery is trying
n Chicago's to arrange some pre-holiday engage-
ts, Wiscon- ments for his hockey outfit.

Fins Big Ten Cross Country

Meet Mr. Bernard,
215-Pound Cenzte r
Of Wolverine Line
"Charlie Bernard-little? Can you
imagine him ever having been little?"
demands Captain Ivy Williamson, a
propos of his rangy and powerful
center, who stands six feet two inches
and weighs 215 pounds, the "spark
plug of the Wolverine line."
Too much has been written al-
ready about Bernard's perfect passes
from center, his dependability as an
offensive player, and his invaluable
work on defense to necessitate a dis-
cussion of it here.
He has always held down the pivot
post. It was at high school in Benton
Harbor that he worked with Coach
Wally Weber, and it was Weber, a
Michigan man himself, who was in-
strumental in the Maize and Blue
center's coming here.
Bernard hopes to be a lawyer some
day, and is taking courses with that
in mind. He says
he likes English
and history best.
His ideas on fra-
ternities as an in-
dependent seem to
be that "they're
pretty swell" and
that if he had
more money he'd
probably belong to
Getting back to
football, the best E
center he's met this fall is Smith of
Ohio State. He adds that Capt.
Oehler of Purdue is probably the best
pivot man in the Conference.
The.official football programs this
year carried a squib on his basket-
ball playing. "I can't imagine how
that got in,' he says. "I have'nt
played. That must have been a typo-
graphical error."
He loves to travel, and confesses
that his greatest desire is to take a
trip around the world. "However, I
don't see the way clear to it just
now," he added.
Fay, Everhardus and Petoskey are
rated by him as being about equal
and the most valuable men who will
be left after graduation. But, after
all, Bernard himself is only a junior.
Kiwanis Club Will Give
Purdue Team Banquet
LAFAYETTE, Ind., Nov. 19.-With
one of the greatest seasons in modern
Purdue football history at an end,
Boilermaker athletic interest has
turned to the annual Kiwanis Club
football banquet that will be held
Monday night, November 21, at which
students and townspeople will turn
out en masse to pay tribute to the
grid squad that has enabled the Old
Gold and Black to compile an impres-
sive record and earn recognition as
one of the outstanding combination
of the nation.
Michigan State Harriers
Win Intercollegiate Meet
EAST LANSING, Nov. 19.-V)-
Led by a record-breaking achieve-
ment of Tom Ottey, the blond Phil-
adelphian, Michigan State's cross
country team today won the seventh
annual central intercollegiate run
for the fifth time in the history of
the meet.
British Women's Golf
Team May Invade U. S.
LONDON, Nov. 19.-(A)-British
women golf enthusiasts hope they
can get togetner a party to go to
America to play in Florida and Cali-
fornia in January and February as

they did this year.

Ostrander I n
Seventh; Illini
Flash Is First'
Condition Of Track Makes
Run Difficult; Crimson's
Win Is Fifth Consecutive
LAFAYETTE, Ind., Nov. 19.-(P)-
Running over a snow-covered four-
mile course, Indiana University har-
riers today won the Western Confer-
ence cross-country championship for
the fifth consecutive time.
Illinois, led by Dean Woolsey, who
took the individual championship,
was second, with 65 points. Indiana
had 42 points against it to win. Other
teams finished as follows:
Minnesota, third, 92 points; Pur-
due, fourth, 111 points; Wisconsin,
fifth, 112; Michigan, sixth, 131; Ohio
State, seventh, 133; Chicago, eighth,
158, and Northwestern, ninth, 169.
Iowa did not run.
Woolsey ran the distance for in-
dividual honors in 21.3 minutes.
Neese, Watson and Brocksmith, all of
Indiana, followed in order. Swalback,
of Wisconsin, came in fifth; Currell,
of Minnesota, sixth; Ostrander,
Michigan, seventh; Popejoy, Purdue,
eighth, and West and Line, of Illi-
nois, ninth and tenth.
Gettlefinger and Hornbostel, other
members of the Indiana University
team, were sixteenth and sev-
enteenth, respectively. Hornbostel, a
1932 Olympic member, ran although
bothered by a recent injury.
It was Swalback's first defeat of
the season. Individual honors last
year were won by Brocksmith of In-
Amateur Bouts
Here To Draw
Campus Stars
With the entry of Dave Golden,
there are prospects of some real
scraps in the lightweight division of
the Southeastern Michigan Amateur
tourney to be held in Ann Arbor Dec.
7 and 8. Besides Golden, who was
All-Campus champion last year,
there will be Burgtorf and Verburg,
both well known Michigan boxers.
Indications point to some good
battles in nearly every weight divi-
sion. Fans are already looking for-
ward to a meeting between the two
outstanding campus light heavies,
Jack Starwas and Harvey Bauss. Ad-
ditional interest in this division has
been aroused by the entry of Neu-
man of Michigan State Normal. He
has gained a reputation in Ypsilanti,
holding the All-Campus title there,
and is likely to give either Starwas
or Bauss a stiff fight.
The featherweight division also will
provide excitement, with the prob-
ability that Joe Oakley, Mid-West
Intercollegiate champion, will meet
Milton Carter of Ypsilanti. Carter
has been reinstated as an amateur
after "going" professional. Oakley
was characterized by Vernon Larsen,
who is coaching the Michigan boxers,
as a hard punching, rugged fighter.
George Rice has also entered and
may provide complications if he can
get into condition.
Two exhibition bouts are being
planned for Dec. 8 between Univer-
sity boxers and men from out of
town. Jack Slater, who won the state
Golden Gloves title in the heavy di-
vision last year will not have to fight
in the local eliminations, but will
stage an exhibition with an oppon-
ent from the Christ Church A. C. in

Player To
Moss Pt
Wistert M
Gailus O
Bernard M
Letsinger P
Wells M
Williamson 1M
Newman M
Tiorstmann P
Berry Il
Manders M

sin swept down for the first touch-
down. Linfor passed 32 yards to
Schiller. Four plays scored, Strange
going over from the three yard line.
Linfor missed the try and after a
exchange of punts, the period ended.
Wildcats Swam} Iowa
EVANSTON, Ill., Nov. 19.-In bit-
ing cold weather, Northwestern clos-
ed its season today by beating Iowa,
44 to 6, and handing the Hawkeyes,
who have not won a game in West-
ern Conference competition since
1929, their worst rout of the season.
The Wildcats, after a scoreless first
period, ran wild in the second and
fourth, chalking up three touchdowns
in each, and threw in another in the
third period for good measure.
State Whips Titans
EAST LANSING, Nov. 19.-Mich-
igan State college broke its jinx with
University of Detroit today defeating
the Titans 7 to 0.
The margin of victory was fur-
nished by Bernard McNutt, who
sprinted 34 yards down the sidelines
for a touchdown in the first period.
Monnett kicked the extra point.
Army Is Winner
POINT, N. Y. Nov. 19-One bril-
liant run by Felix (Pick) Vidal for
75 yards today gave Army a 7-0 vic-
tory over West Virginia Wesleyan in
a football game played on a gridiron
ankle deep in mud and most of the
time in a rain storm.
Ohio State 3, Illinois 0
PAIGN, Ill., Nov. 19.-A place-kick
from the 18-yard line by Mickey
Vuchinich, with less than four min-
utes left to play, today gave Ohio'
State a 3 to 0 triumph over Illinois
in the windup of their conference
football season.
Pitt Downs Carnegie

Even the most pessimistic admit
that the sport outlook for the winter
season is the brightest in years.
Graduation was kind to Michigan
teams, and many veterans are re-
turning in almost every branch of
Basketball Hardest Hit
Basketball, perhaps the hardest hit
of any of the squads, boasts five sea-
soned players. Six regulars return to
the hockey team. There are only two
vacant posts among Coach Cliff
Keen's wrestlers. Swimming prospects
are undoubtedly the brightest of all.
With practically all of the stars who
won the National Collegiate title last
year returning, Matt Mann has the
most promising team of recent years.
Many football players are now free
to pursue activities in different
sports. The basketball team is luckiest
in the number of grid stars report-
Williamson At Guard
Ivy Williamson, regular on the Var-
sity basketball team last year will re-
turn to take up his duties at guard.
Ted Petoskey and Whitey Wistert,
secondary award winners, will also
be fighting for positions on the first
team. Sophomores who will don
shorts in place of football uniforms
are Billy Borgman and Gerry Ford
of last year's freshman squad, and
Johnny Regeczi, who will try his
hand at college basketball for the
first time.
Wrestling will profit by the addi-
tion to the roster of Willard Hilde-
brand, sophomore tackle. Prominent
in freshman wrestling circles last
year, he is the leading contender for
the heavyweight position vacated by
Cliff Stoddard.
Ted Chapman will return to bid for
a defense position on the hockey
team. Althougha regular last sea-
son, he has a fight on his hands to
keep other promising aspirants from
wresting his place from him.
Navy eleven that twice held the heav-
ier Notre Dame team for downs when
within its two-yard line went down
in defeat here this afternoon by a
score of 12 to 0.
Notre Dame's two touchdowns

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