TIE MICHIGAN DAILY
Wisconsin, 26-7, And Keeps
Spectators at the Michigan-Ohio State classic yesterday almost saw
Willis Ward run to a touchdown after intercepting a Buckeye pass.
The brilliant end was dropped from behind by a desperate lunge of the
Ohio safety mnan. Ward's play throughout the game was excellent.
Taken By Tech
Tenner Races For Score
Against Panthers; Pass
Wins For Carnegie
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 21-(')-In
an intersectional upset, Minnesota's
powerful eleven today defeated Pitts-
burgh, 1932 champions, by a score
of 7 to 3.
Lund fumbled the kickoff as he
was tackled and Pitt recovered on
Minnesota's 37. Minnesota took the
ball on downs on its 31. Pitt held
after Lund gained a first down and
Lund punted over the goal line.
Starting from their 20 the Panth-
ers gained nine in three line plays
and Munjas punted to Minnesota's
44. Alfonse dashed 25 on a double
pass to Pitt's 31. Lund and Reise
made it first down on Pitt's 18.Ten-
ner took a shovel pass from Lund
and raced for a touchdown. Bevan
kicked' the goal.
Weinstock subbed for Weisen-
baugh at full. After exchanging
punts, O'Dell passed to Rooker on
Pitt's 45 and he dashed to Minne-
sota's 20. Three plunges by Wein-
stock made it first down on Minne-
sota's 10. Sebastian fumbled but
recovered on Minnesota's 13 from
where Weinstock place kicked a field
goal, making the score, Pitt 3; Min-
nesota 7. There was no further scor-
Tech Beats Ramblers
PITTSBURGH, Oct. 21-(--(P-Car-
negie Tech grabbed off a touchdown
in the opening minutes of play today
and held the margin safely to defeat
its ancient foe, Notre Dame, 7 to 0.
A pass Beveno to Lewis, put the
ball in position for the touchdown.
With the game barely under way,
Bevivino hurled a 16-yard pass to
Lewis, who pulled the ball in on the
10-yard line and ran for a touch-
down. Stewart added the extra point
with a placement kick.
Both teams continued playing
straight football after the early score.
The lines held well. Notre Dame reg-
istered two first downs during the
half and Tech none. Each team
punted frequently, the Ramblers
having the advantage.
Pilney, who replaced Lukats in the
Irish backfield, slipped through right
tackle for 15 yards to the Tech 29
late in the period and Notre Dame
seemed to be in a scoring position.
However, four line plunges fell one
yard short of a first down and Tech
took the ball on the 20 and punted
to safer territory.
Signs - As Player
DETROIT, Oct. 21-(AP)-Charley
Gehringer will be back there at sec-
ond base when the Detroit Tigers
take the field for the American
leaguebopener next spring-and he
won't be a playing manager.
He signed his contract with the Ti-
ger management yesterday afternoon
and then. announced that he never
had expected to be manager anyway.
Anyone who claimed he had said
such a thing was mistaken, he said.
Frank J. Navin, president of the
Tigers, said during the proceedings
that he didn't know who would be
the Detroit pilot next year.
YPSI BEATS BEARCATS
YPSILANTI, Oct. 21-Michigan
Normal took to the aerial route this
morning to defeat Central State of
Mt. Pleasant 25 to 7. The Hurons
completed eight out of eleven passes
illinois, 6 To 0;
CLEVELAND, O., Oct. 21-(P)-
Flashing a brilliant running attack,
Army conquered Illinois today, 6 to
J, in an intersectional football bat-
tle waged before a crowd of 35,000 in
the Municipal Stadium.
The Cadets scored a first period
touchdown on a plunge by Joe Stan-
cock after a 55 yard march, then
broke up a sensational passing at-
tack by the Westerners in the last
Army launched a swift scoring at-
tack after one of Beynon's. punts,
caromed out of bounds on Army's 44
yard line. A combination of slash-
ing runs by Johnson and a short
passing attack, with Travis Brown
en the throwing end, gave the -Ca-
dets four successive first downs and
planted the ball on the 12 yard stripe.
Despite a five-yard penalty for be-
ing offside,aArmy delivered the touch-
down punch as Joe Stancock plunged
over from the one-yard line onthe
fourth down. This followed two sue-
cessive thrusts by Johnson and
Stancock from the 12yard mark and
a 'pass that just missed connections
near the goal line.
Buckler's try for the extra point
with a place kick failed.
Ohio State ..........0
Michigan 13, Ohio State 0.
Iowa 26, Wisconsin 7.
Purdue 14, Chicago 0.
Northwestern 25, Indiana 0.
In Driving Rain
orthwestern Scores 22
Points In Third Period
DYCHE STADIUM, Evanston, Ill.,
ct. 20.-(P)-To the accompaniment
forked lightning, blinding sheets
rain, and semi-darkness, North-
estern overwhelmed Indiana today,
alloping the Hoosiers 25 to 0.
The rout of the Hoosiers was com-
ete. They failed to make a single
st down and threatened to score
ly once, when they intercepted a
orthwestern forward pass early in
e first period.
Wildcats Run Wild
Big Ten Standings
(By Associated Press)
Michigan 13, Ohio 0
Northwestern 25, Indiana 0
Purdue 14, Chicago 0
Iowa 26, Wisconsin 7
Army 6, Illinois 0
Minnesota 7, Pittsburgh 3
Duquesne 14, U. of D. 0
Alabamna 12, Tennessee 6
Hale 14, Brown 6
Carnegie Tech 7, Notre Dame 0
Princeton 20, Columbia 0
Syracuse 14, Cornell 7
Dartmouth 14, Penn 7
Fordham 32, Boston College 6
Tulane 7, Georgia Tech 0
Holy Cross 10, Harvard 7
Penn State 33, Lehigh 9
Washington & Lee 7, Kentucky 0
Colgate 7, N. Y. U. 0
Michigan State 6, Marquette 0:
W. Maryland 20, Georgetown 0
Navy 13, U. of Virginia 7
G. Washington 19, Auburn 6
New Hampshire 6, Maine 0
Bucknell 21, Lafayette 0
Rutgers 10, Penn Military 0
Hillsdale 13, Alma 6
Massachusetts 14, Rhode Island 12
Tufts 42, Connecticut 0
Clarkson 20, Buffalo 0
(Duke 1.9, Davidson 7.
Nebraska 9, Kansas State 0
Florida 19, N. Carolina 0
Southern California 0, Oregon 0
California 6, Washington State 6
Albion 0, Hope 0
Tulas 7, 9ansas City 0
Michigan State Defeats
Marquette On Wet Field
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Oct. 21-(W)-
Michigan State college defeated a
hard fighting Marquette team 6 to
0 here today in a game which was
featured by a continual punting duel
over a rainsoaked gridiron. State's
lone touchdown came in the first pe-
riod from a plunge by Bernard Mc-
State, 19 To 36
Harriers Are Victorious In
Opening Meet; Smith,
Childs Tie For First
By SIDNEY FRANKEL
The Michigan cross-country team
yesterday opened its 1933 season with
a victory over the strong Western
State harrier squad by the score of
19 to 36.
Harvey Smith and Jack Childs,
both of Michigan, finished in a tie
for first place in 16:22, a compara-
tively poor time. Capt. Ostrander of
Michigan came in third. Welcome
Steele and= Cliff Underwood of West-
ern State finished fourth and fifth
The reason for the poor time was
that a strong wind was blowing in
the face of the runners' as they were
going up the stadium ill. Both of
the winners led most of the way and
were not pressed for the lead at any
time near the finish.
Smith. Makes Debut.
Smith made his debut for Michi-
gan with a bang. Last year, while
competing for the Illinois harriers,he
was considered one of the best in the
Big Ten and in the Conference meet
finished third. This year, he is con-
sidered one of the best bets for Mich-
igan to take first in the Conference
meet to be held at Chicago.
Childs kept up his good form of
last year and ran a good race against
the hard wind. Captain Ostrander's
time for th course was 16.54.
(By Associated Press)
Dog racing and plenty of it awaits
tourists this winter at Florida re-
The south Florida district will wit-
ness the operation of three grey-
hound tracks for the extent of the
season-West Flagler from Dec. 25
to Feb. 22, the Biscayne Bay Kennel
Club from Jan. 15 to April 1 and
the Miami Beach Kennel Club from
Jan. 15 to April 1.
If you couldkeepyour
feet in your pocket
you woulCnt need
SMITH SMART SHOES
Ann Arbor's Foremost Clothiers
Next to Wuerth Theatre
After being held in check for the
first two periods, Northwestern's
Wildcats ran over the Hoosiers in the
third to register 22 points. By this
time the rain was falling in a steady
downpour, and the playing field was
Northwestern started the scoring
when Indiana fell victim of a safety.
The break marked the beginning
of the rout of the Crimson lads from
Indiana. Auguston, an elusive back,
substituting for Ole Olson, broke loose
on a 52-yard gallop for a touch-
down. Duvall placekicked the extra
point. Northwestern quickly scored
again with Auguston putting the
Wildcats in position to register by
rolling a punt to Indiana's one-yard
line. Jones returned the kick with
Leeper going 20 yards to Indiana's
23-yard line. Leeper then dashed
through Indiana's secondary for an-
other touchdown after a gallop of 23
yards. Auguston added the extra
Olson Scares Touchdown
To wind up the scoring in the third
period, Olson laid a punt dead on
Indiana's ten-yard line. Jones' kick
was partly blocked with Cruice tak-
ing the ball on Indiana's 20-yard
line. He crashed over on the next
play. The try fordextra point by a
forward pass failed.
In the final period Joe Chambers,
a Wildcat substitute tackle became a
hero, when he booted the soggy bald.
35 yards for a field goal from place-
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