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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Minnesota Beats
Iowa; Ohio State
Whips Wildeats
Purdue Beats Wisconsin
By Two Touchdowns In
Third Big Ten Game
Gopher Soph Stars
Crayne's 50 Yard Run Is
Responsible For 0nl y
Hawkeye Score

STATISTICS

U. of M.
Yards gained from
scrimmage ... .176
Forward passes
attempted .. ... 12
Forward passes
completed..... 6
Incompleted forward
passes .........6
Intercepted forward
passes .........3
Yards gained on
passes ........160
Average distance
of punts ....... 41x/
Total penalties .. 25

U. of C.

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MINNESOTA 19, IOWA 7
The University of Minnesota foot-
ball team emerged from their tie-
game complex to hand the Hawkeyes
a 19-7 beating yesterday. Alfonse,
the Gopher's sophomore halfback,
was not to be thwarted in leading
his team to their first conference vic-
tory, scoring two touchdowns and
sharing the ground-gaining honors
with his teammate, Pug Lund.
Iowa, although their two star
backs, Crayne and Laws, were con-
stant threats throughout the game,
did not score until the last quarter,
when Crayne intercepted a Minne-
sota pass and ran 50 yards for a
touchdown.
The game, the most important one
played in the Big Ten yesterday,
knocked the Hawkeyes .out of their
Conference victory stride, and proba-
bly out of their championship hopes.
OHIO STATE 12, NORTHWESTERN
0
Ohio State returned to its pre-
Michigan game form and trimmed
Northwestern 12-0. Ohio scored its
first touchdown in the first quarter
when Pincura recovered Leeper's
fumble in the Northwestern end
zone. Gillman, Ohio's stellar end,
recovered a bad pass from the North-
western center and dashed forty-
three yards for Ohio's second and
last score, in the second quarter.
From then on Kabealo's distant
punting protected Ohio's margin of
victory by keeping Northwestern well
back in their own territory.
PURDUE 14, WISCONSIN 0
Purdue spoiled the University of
Wisconsin's gala homecoming yester-
day by defeating the Badgers to the
tune of 14-0. A 41-yard dash by Jim
Carter, who is certainly 'going places'
this season, provided Purdue with its
first score. Fred Hecker's fifty-five
yard pass to Duane Purvis resulted
in a touchdown and culminated the
Boilermakers' scoring.
Incidentally, Purdue won from
Wisconsin by the identical score with
which they triumphed over Chicago
last week.
State Defeats
Syracuse In
Upset, 27 To 3
Ottey, Spartan Ace, Wins;
Is Third Straight Victory
For Michigan State -
EAST LANSING, Mich., Oct. 28.-
()-Starting as the underdog and
trailing for the first two periods,
Michigan State college put on an un-
expected spurt here today to defeat
Syracuse University, 27 to 3.
After both teams made promising
thrusts early in the first period by
means of line plays and passes, Din-
unzio put Syracuse in scoring posi-
tion by sprinting 41 yards. Syracuse
battered through to State's 10-yard
line where Varva kicked a placement.
McNutt, Warmbein Lead Rally
McNutt and Warmbein led a State
rally as the third period opened,
smashing and passing through to the
Syracuse 10-yard line. At that point
Kircher tossed a pass to Klewicki,
who caught it standing on the
Orange goal line, registering a'
touchdown. McCrary kicked the extra
point.
State's offense got under way as
the final period ended. Warmbein
passed to Klewicki to put the ball on
the Orange 8-yard line. McNutt
plunged through for five yards and
Warmbein made the touchdown. Mc-
Crary failed to kick the extra point.
Shortly thereafter, Warmbein ran
70 yards for another State touch-
down, McCrary kicking the extra

point.
Warmbein, McNutt and McCrary
led off a final State drive, the latter
scoring a touchdown on a plunge
from the 14-yard line. His kick for
the extra point was good.

Chicago Loses
To Wolverines
By 28-0 Score
Everhardus, Renner, And
Oliver Star On Defense
For Victors
(Continued from Page 1)
rolled up against the Maroons, the
Wolverine defense looked poor at
times. Chuck Bernard was the star
in this department, stopping several
Chicago marches and going down
under the punts to check the return.
The Wolverines out-played their op-
ponents throughout the game, but
once Chicago drove through to the
25 yard line and was stopped finally
only by a stonewall defense by the
Maize and Blue. In general, Michi-
gan's blocking was very good and the
Maroon offense was nothing to trifle
with.
Michigan's offense was exception-
ally good during the first quarter, but
from then on it threatened Chicago's
territory only occasionally until the
late minutes of the game. Michigan
had several bad breaks during the
game which might account for the
lack of scoring in the second and
third periods.
The worst break occurred on a
beautiful lateral pass, Everhardus to
Renner and then forward to Fay on
the 2 yard line. Immediately the gun
ended the half and cheated Michi-
gan out of the touchdown. Another
fine pass just before this, Renner to
Fay for 15 yards, was not allowed
because Michigan was offside. Later
in the third and fourth periods Mich-
igan just missed first downs three
times and the ball went to Chicago
inside its own 15 yard line. Once in
the third period Michigan failed to
make a first down on the 10 yard line
by a fraction of an inch.
The stars of the game for Michi-
gan were Everhardus, Renner, and
Oliver. Ted Petoskey was off form
on account of bruises suffered in the
Ohio game and Jack Heston was not
in uniform. Berwanger starred for
Chicago. Since the Wolverine de-
fense was not up to par Coach Kipke
will undoubtedly give it the most at-
tention in the drills this week.
Referee Frank E. Birch (Earlham);
Umpire Anthony Haines (Yale);
Field Judge Col. H. B. Hackett (West
Point; Head Linesman Jay Wyatt
(Missouri).
The Lineups
Chicago Pos. Michigan
Wells .......... LE .......Petoskey
Deem .........LT........ Wistert
Perretz .........LG........ Savage
Patterson ........C....... Bernard
Maneikis ......RG....... Kowalik
Bush ..........RT......... Austin
Womer........RE... .......Ward
Flinn .........QB...... Westover
Zimmer (c) ....LH.... Everhardus
Berwanger ......RH....... Fay (c)
Nyquist .........FB........ Regeczi
ALUMNI GATHER AT GARY
University of Michigan alumni of
Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee and
Alabama, comprising the fourth dis-
trict of the Alumni Association, will
hold their annual meeting at the
Hotel Gary in Gary, Ind., tonight.
The meeting will be a pre-game af-
fair, preceding the Michigan-Chicago
football game to be played at Stagg
Field tomorrow.
BASKETBALL CANDIDATES
All the men who aspire for
berths on this season's basketball
squad should bring their own
equipment together with their
skill, when they report to Coach
Cappon Monday afternoon at the
gym floor of the Intramural

Building.

Four Touchdowi
As Wolverines
(By Associated Press)
FIRST PERIOD
Everhardus kicked off to Berwan-,
ger, who fumbled, but recovered on,
Chicago's 15 yard line. Finn failed
to gain, and then picked up two
yards at his right tackle. Berwanger
dropped back and punted to Ever-
hardus, who was upset on Chicago's
40 yard mark after a return of five
yards. Everhardus cut through right
tackle for two yards and Westover
picked up a yard at left tackle.
Wister then faded back and heaved
a 35 yard pass to Westover, who was
tossed out of bounds on Chicago's 9
yard line. Everhardus drove around
left end for five yards.
On the next play Fay bucked
straight over for a touchdown. Ever-
hardus place-kicked the extra point.
Score: Michigan 7, Chicago 0.
Everhardus kicked off to Berwan-
ger, who took the ball back of his
goal and raced out to Chicago's 19
yard line before he was checked.
Berwanger then smashed through
left tackle for 2 yards.
On the second down, Berwanger
dropped back to kick, but tried a
run and lost four yards, when Wis-
tert nailed him. Berwanger then
punted out of bounds on Michigan's
42 yard line. Westover broke loose
around his left end, eluded half a
dozen tacklers and ran to Chicago's
27 yard line, before he was checked.
Everhardus picked up five yards at
his right tackle. Regeczi then cracked
through center on a spinner for first
down on Chicago's 17 yard line. Re-
geczi tried the same play but the
Maroon forwards hauled him down
for no gain. Westover broke over
his left tackle for four yards.
Everhardus smashed center for
three yards. F/verhardus started
around his left end but cut back in
going to Chicago's two-yard line.
On the next play Everhardus drove
through his left tackle and scored
the touchdown standing up. Ever-
hardus place-kicked the point. Score:
Michigan 14, Chicago 0.
Chapman went in at end for Mich-
igan replacing Ward. Everhardus
kicked off to Zimmer, who was up-
set on Chicago's 26 yard line. Zim-
mer broke around right end for first
down on Chicago's 38-yard line.
Berwanger was caught behind the
loss. Berwanger then fumbledtaoin
line by Regeczi for a three-yard loss.
Berwanger then fumbled but recov-
ered and drove through the line for
two yards. The Maroons were forced
to kick, and Berwanger booted to
Westover, who was thrown on the
Wolverines' 36-yard line.
Westover crowded through his left
tackle for a yard. On the next play
Westover fumbled and the Maroons
recovered on Michigan's 41-yard line.
A lateral pass, Zimmer to Berwanger
netted seven yards at right end. Ber-
wanger smashed center for two yards.
Berwanger lost two yards, when the
Wolverine line men broke through
en masse on the next play.
Berwanger punted to Westover,
who returned 12 yards to Michigan's
16-yard line. Everhardus grabbed
five yards at left tackle as the pe-
riod ended with the Wolverines lead-
ing Chicago 14 to 0.
SECOND PERIOD
Fay smashed through center for
three yards. Regeczi punted to Zim-
mer, who returned eight yards to the
Maroon 42-yard line. On a fake pass,
Berwanger dashed through center for
eight yards.
Zimmer made it first down on
Michigan's 45 yard line on a smash
through his left tackle. Zimmer was
upset by Regeczi for no gain, Ber-
wanger dropped back and tossed a
pass which went right into West-
over's arms, but the Michigan quar-
terback dropped it and it was in-

complete. Zimmer failed to gain at
center and Berwanger dropped back
and punted short, the ball squirting
off his shoe and out of bounds on
Michigan's 39-yard line.
Fay cracked his right tackle for
three yards. A double pass Ever-
hardus to Fay netted six yards, Fay
going through right tackle. The Ma-
roons held Everhardus however. It
was fourth down and a yard to go. The
Wolverines played it safe, Regeczi
punting to Zimmer, who was thrown
on the Maroon 24 yard line, after
a return of ten yards.
Berwanger lost a yard when his
interference was piled up. Berwanger
kquick-qibu3inRFGRPGRFGRFGtao
quick-kicked to Westover, who was
checked on Chicago's 48-yard mark.
Renner then replaced Westover for
Michigan.
Everhardus drove over right tackle

is Are Scored
Topple Chicago
for eight yards. Then he smashed
through center to make it first down
on Chicago's 37 yard line. Renner
took the ball through right tackle
for two yards. Renner passed di-
rectly over the line to Fay who was
downed on Chicago's 22-yard line.
The play was not allowed, however,
as Michigan was offside, and the
ball returned, and the Wolverines
penalized five yards.
Everhardus lost seven yards on a
triple pass, but on the next play,
Renner fired a pass to Chapman, who
was downed on Chicago's 30 yard
mark, as he snagged the ball. On the
fourth down, with three yards to
go, Regeczi punted over Chicago's
goal and the Maroons took the ball
on the 20-yard line.
Berwanger failed in a smash at
center and was stopped a second
time in the same smash. Zimmer
got around his left end for four
yards. Bush went in at tackle for
Chicago.
Berwanger's punt was blocked by
Ward and Savage and recovered for
Michigan on Chicago's 15-yard line.
Everhardus got three yards at left
tackle and added two yards on an-
other smash. Fay was stopped at the
line of scrimmage for no gain.
Everhardus tried a field goal from
placement from the 20-yard line but
it was wide and the Maroons took
the ball on the 20 yard line. A lat-
eral pass Berwanger to Zimmer was
good for but one yard as Everhardus
nailed the Chicago captain.-
On a double pass, Zimmer picked
up six yards at his right end. Sahlin
replaced B. Smith for Chicago.
Hildebrand and Oliver came in for
Michigan. Hildebrand at right tackle
and Oliver for Regeczi at fullback.
Viergiver replaced Wistert at left
tackle for Michigan.
Berwanger was forced out of
bounds by Oliver for no gain. The
Maroon fullback then punted out
of bounds on Michigan's 42 yard
line. On a wide sweep across the field.
Everhardus picked up five yards. Fay
twisted through center for two yards.
Oliver was held in a smash at
center. Everhardus punted to Sah-
lin, who fumbled as he was tackled,
Oliver recovering for Michigan on
Chicago's 31 yard line. Petoskey came
back in the game for Chapman.
Then a trick lateral pass, forward
pass, Everhardus to Renner to Fay
put the ball on Chicago's two-yard
line. Everhardus heaved the ball 15
yards laterally on that play and
Renner, running hard, whipped the
ball forward to Fay, who slid over
the goal line, but the ball was called
back to the two yard line, where
he hit the ground.
Before the teams could line up,
the period ended.
Michigan 14; Chicago 0.
THIRD PERIOD
The Chicago backfield was B.
Smith, quarter; Zimmer and Ber-
wanger at the halves, and Nyquist
fullback. The Michigan backfield was
Regeczi, Renner, Fay, and Ever-
hardus.
Berwanger's kick-off was short,
Ward taking the ball on Michigan's
31 yard line as he stepped out of
bounds. Everhardus gained two yards
at center, but Fay was thrown for
a loss and Regeczi punted out of
bounds on the Maroon's 27-yard
mark.
Zimmer raced across the field
trying to find an opening at his right
end but lost five yards, when Ever-
hardus spilled him.
On the next play Renner recovered
Berwanger's fumble on Chicago's 20-
yard line. Everhardus rammed
through center for four yards and
Fay Added two more ai+ his left
tackle.

A double pass Renner to Ever-
hardus, the latter smashing center
missed first down by a yard. On the
fourth down, Evei'hardus smashed
through center, but after it was
measured he missed first down by
inches, Chicago taking the ball on
the 10-yard line.
Zimmer hit the Wolverine line but
bounced back for no gain. Berwan-
ger was also held for no gain. Hilde-
irand replaced Wistert, who was
limping. Berwanger, punting from

Big Ten Standings
W L T Pct.
Michigan ...........2 0 0 1.000
Illinois ..............1 0 0 1.000
Purdue .............2 '0 1 1.000
Minnesota ..........1 0 2 1.000
Iowa ................2 1 0 .667
Ohio State ..........1 1 0 .500
Northwestern ........1 2 0 .333
Indiana .............0 1 1 .000
Chicago .............0 2 0 .000
Wisconsin ...........0 3 0 .000
behind his goal line, booted one high
that rolled out of bounds on Chi-
cago's 42-yard line. Everhardus was
stopped behind the line for a three-
yard loss. Renner's forward pass
went wild, but Michigan was offside,
the Maroons choosing to take the
penalty and the Wolverines were set
back five yards.
Everhardus dove over center for
three yards. The Maroons stopped
him on the next smash after he
nudged the ball one yard.
A lateral pass Everhardus to Fay
failed, but the luckless Maroons were
offside and the penalty made it third
down with a yard to go. Everhardus
smashed through center for the first
down on Chicago's 24-yard line. Fay
was checked for no gain but on the
next play smashed through his left
tackle for eight yards.
Everhardus was stopped for no
gain. On the fourth down Michigan
tried a lateral pass, Renner to Ever-
hardus, but it failed to click as the
Maroons broke through and Chicago
took the ball on their 18-yard line on
downs.
Fay failed to gain in a smash at
center and Regeczi's punt sailed over
the goal line. It was Chicago's ball
on their 20 yard line. Sahlin re-
placed B. Smith for Chicago. Ber-
wanger was smeared by Hildebrand
for a three-yard loss, but he got
it back on the next play, a smash
at center. Sahlin was smeared by
Kowalik for no gain and Berwanger
punted to Renner who was tossed on
Chicago's 45 yard mark after a short
return.
The Wolverines decided to rush the
ball on the fourth down, and Ever-
hardus barely made it on the Chicago
35 yard line.
Berwanger 'smashed through right
tackle for a yard, Sahlin added two
yards at right end. Berwanger
dropped back and punted, the ball
bounding back 10 yards to Chicago's
42-yard line, when they let the ball
roll dead. The Michigan team missed
a lateral on the next play, Renner
failing to make the catch for a loss
of eight yards, when he fell on the
ball. A pass by Renner fell incom-
plete and Regeczi punted over Chi-
cago's goal. The Maroons took the
ball on the 20-yard stripe.
Berwanger lost two yards at right
tackle. On the next play, Renner
threw Zimmer for a three-yard loss.
After losing five yards in two plays,
Berwanger punted to Fay, who was
dropped on Chicago's 49 yard line.
Westover took Everhardus' place for
Michigan. Oliver came in for Regeczi
and Ford replaced Bernard at cen-

Zimmer being checked on Chicago's
13-yard line, after a short return.
On a wide end sweep that carried'
across the field, Zimmer picked up
seven yards, around Michigan's right
end.
Berwanger plunged for one, on the
next smash, and then Zimmer broke
loose around his right end, running
to Michigan's 47-yard line before he
was upset. Berwanger failed to gain,
and then Sahlin was chased back
15 yards and thrown for a loss.
Sahlin's long pass was batted in
the air, sailing into Oliver's arms.
Oliver was thrown as he caught it
on the 50-yard line. Fay picked up
a yard, and Renner tried a long pass,
which was wild.
Renner then completed a 32-yard
pass to Petoskey who was downed on
Chicago's 12-yard line. Oliver was
stopped in a straight plunge at cen-
ter, but gained a yard.
Fay tried an end run but was
beset by half a dozen Maroons for
a 6-yard loss. Renner passed to Oli-
ver, who brought the ball back to
Chicago's 11-yard line. Oliver faked
a pass on the fourth down but was
chased out of bounds when he tried
to run, Chicago taking the ball on
the six-yard line. Zimmer fumbled
the pass from center, but fell on it,
to recover on the Maroon's one-yard
line.
Berwanger backed to the limit of
'the safety zone, punted out success-
fully, Westover receiving on the 45-
yard line and returning 16 yards to
Chicago's 29-yard line. Chicago took
time out, when Maneikis was hurt.
This brought a five yard penalty on
the Maroons putting the ball on the
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200 Watch Game Over
Grid Graph At Union
An audience of two hundred people
witnessed the debut of the Grid-
Graph at the Union Ball Room yes-
terday afternoon. A small army of
competent committeemen headed by
Bob Saltzstein worked behind the
scenes relaying the play-by-play from
the wire to the back of the graph.
Every play was worked out in its
specific detail and the circular punts
and passes were received good-hu-
moredly by the spectators. A pho-
nographic reproduction of "The Vic-
tors" helped pass the time of the
time-outs.

Spartan Team
DefeatsVarsit
Harriers, 39-I

EAST LANSING, Oct. 28.-(Spe-
cial)-Extending her cross-country
supremacy to three consecutive vic-
tories, Michigan State defeated
Michigan before a capacity crowd
this morning, 18 to 39.
Running on the East Lansing
course in below-freezing weather,
four Spartan runners crossed the
finish line in the Stadium before the
first Wolverine harrier pounded his
way down the cinder path. Harvey
Smith, Rod Howell and Jack Childs
took the next three places for Mich-
igan in the order named.
Captain Tom Ottey, State's ace
and Olympic candidate, breasted the
tape more than a quarter of a mile
ahead of the field. His time was
18:19.1 over the three and one-half
mile course. It failed to break his
record of 17:54 for the course.
Ottey's Third Win
It was Captain Ottey's third
straight victory of the season, having
led the pack against Marquette and
Butler University.
Michigan had previously defeated
Western State Normal, with Harvey
Smith in first place. This is Smith's
first year of Varsity competition.
The meet was the twelfth in his-
tory between Michigan State and
Michigan.
The first 14 to finish were:
First, Tom Ottey (S); second, Ed-
ward Bechtold (S); third, John
Hammer (S); fourth Otto Pongrace
(S); fifth, Harvey Smith (M); sixth,
Rod Howell (M); seventh John
Childs (M); eight, Charles Dennis
(S); ninth, Walter Herkzler (S);
tenth, Robert Ostrander (M); elev-
enth, Robert Gardner (S); twelfth,
Ralph Small (S); thirteenth, Rich-
ard McManus (M); fourteenth, Paul
Gorman (M).
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On the final play of the period,
Womer broke through to spill West-
over for a ten yard loss.
Michigan 14; Chicago 0.
FOURTH PERIOD
Oliver plowed through center for a
gain of eight yards, but the game
was halted when Chicago protested
the headlinesman had his chain in
wrong position. The protest was over-
ruled, and it was third down with
seven yards to go.
Oliver punted on the next play,

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