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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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igan Cross Country

Team

Trims M.S.N.C.

Complete Line

Wolverine Pack
Turns On Speed;
Wins Over Ypsi
Ostrander Runs Second To
Kahler; Returns To Old
Form Against Normal
Winning Time Slow
McManus Finishes Sixth
Despite Injury To Knee;
Smith Comes In Third
By BILL REED
Led by Captain Bob Ostrander in
a brilliant comeback run, Coach Ken
Doherty's cross-country team yes-
terday defeated a strong Michigan
State Normal team on the Ypsilanti
course, 20 to 35. It was the first Wo
verine win over the Huron's in recent
years as well as the first defeat in a
dual meet which Coach Lloyd Olds'
teams have received in eight seasons.
Although Captain Karl Kahler, the
Huron's ace, won the run in the
rather slow time of 21:34.5, he was
trailed across the finish line by five
Michigan men, Ostrander, Smith,
Howell, Childs and McManus in that
ordertenabling the Wolverines to
take the meet.
Kahler Bests Ostrander
The race started out as a duel be-
tween Kahler and the Michigan
squad, but after the first mile the
field stretched out, with Ostrander
and Kahler jockeying for the lead.
Ostrander, who has not been in top
shape for the previous meets, was in
high form yesterday, and battled the
Huron star to the finish, trailing by
a slight 50 yards at the end of the
three and three-quarter mile grind.
Dick McManus, the dimunitive
Michigan senior, was the hero of the
meet, gamely finishing ahead of the
other normal runners despite an in-
jured knee suffered in a bad spill in
the middle of the race.
Harvey Smith, running his first
year on the Michigan team although
a senior, came through to the same
standard which his earlier showings
have warranted, running an easy sec-
ond to Ostrander for the Wolverines.
Rod Howell, too, showed that he was
back in condition after his recent ill-
ness, and came in behind Smith
without effort.
Gorman Forced Out
Doherty's sophomore star, Paul
Gorman, who ran in the first four-
teen in last week's meet with Mich-
igan State, was forced out after run-
ning two miles, with a dried tendon
which he had received during the
week.
Second place winners in the Na-
tional A. A. U. meet held last week,
the Normal thin-clads failed to come
through to their expected form.
Brockman, Ory and Dunn finished
seventh through ninth respectively,
with Bellman, the star who was in-
jured in the A. A. U. meet, a poor
tenth.
STATISTICS

Regeezi,

Wistert,

Cook Given High
Honors After Game
By HARRY SMART
Michigan fans were astounded yes-
terday afternoon by an announce-
ment following the Illinois game of;
high awards to two Wolverine play-
ers and one Illini man.
A prominent chain of "drug" storesl
has undertaken to sponsor the broad-
casts of the last two Michigan games,
with varying success. Last week the
concern put the Chicago-Michigan
contest on the air, and the Maize and
Blue boys looked tough in that game.
In fact, they apparently looked so
tough that the sponsors decided to
get them something special to make
them appear more genteel to their
future foes.
So this week the chain very mag-
nanimously sacrificed their profits
and presented the three players with
their best brand of micromatic ra-
zor, "beautifully encased in a leather
traveling case, with the player's name
engraved in gold on the case."
Mr. David Cook was the lucky man
on the Sucker outfit, receiving his
award for his outstanding line plung-
ing. Whitey Wistert earned himself
the second' of the prizes smearing
Illinois plays when Michigan was in
a tough spot. The third and best
of the three sets was given to John
"Placer" Regeczi. His, qualifications
for the award were the 20-yard run
in the third period and the 60-yard
kick in the final quarter. Michigan
supporters hope they won't spell it
Regazy on that leather case.
Michigan Ekes Out
Win Over Illinois
(Continued from Page 1)
after time the ball went to Michigan
on their own five and six-yard lines
and Regeczi, kicking into the gale,
was unable to get more than 35 yards
on his punts most of the time. Then
Illinois would start passing all over
again.
Cummings' attempted place kick
climaxed the whole game, when a'
final Illini attack rolled up to the
(Play-by-Play Account on Page 6)
six-yard line before losing the ball
on downs. Regeczi's punt to Beynon
who made the free catch followed.
Savage Injured
The Wolverine victory may have
been a costly one from the stand-
point of future hopes since Carl Sav-

Titan Gridders
Trounce Holy
Cross, 24 To 0

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DETROIT, Nov. 4- (R) - Univer-
sity of Detroit's football Titans
routed the crusaders from Holy Cross
24 to 0 in their intersectional clash
here today, outplaying the eastern
team throughout the game.
It was the first loss of the season
for Holy Cross and was due princi-
pally to the Crusaders' failure to
stop the Titan aerial attack.
After two scoring thrusts had
failed in the first period, Nott com-
pleted a pass to Lutz for a gain of
23 yards, and placed the ball on the
HolyCross two yard line. On the
second play Nott skirted his right
end for the touchdown. Score at
end of first period: Detroit 6; Holy
Cross 0.
Soon after the second quarter op-
ened, the passing arm of Doug Nott
gave Detroit a second score. Kadi,
Titan fullback, recovered a Holy
Cross fumble in midfield, and on the
second play Nott tossed a pass ,to
Storrie who completed on the 23-
yard line and sprinted for a touch-
down. Nott's kick for the extra point
failed.
Score end second period: Detroit
12; Holy Cross 0.
Detroit scored twice in the third
period, once on two long passes, Nott
to Reisterer and a few moments later
when Kadi, taking the ball on his
own 20-yard line, hit the line, sifted
through and ran 80 yards, shaking
off a half dozen tacklers en route.
The third period ended with the
score, Detroit 24; Holy Cross 0.
Early in the fourth quarter Coach
Gus Dorais, of Detroit, began sub-
stituting for his varsity lineup. Holy
Cross vainly attempting to pass down
the field, was held up by the subs,
and play was in their territory during
most of the last period, which failed
to produce a score.

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age, veteran right guard, suffered in-
juries to his right leg during the first
quarter and had to be carried from
the field.
Ted Petoskey appeared to have re-
covered completely from the injuries
that hampered him in the Chicago
battle and played his usual slashing,
stellar game at left end, making
tackles all over the field. In this he
was aided by Wistert and Kowalik,
who were outstanding among the
linemen on defense.

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St. Mary's 13, Fordham 6
OLOGROUNDS, New York, Nov.
(A) -The Giant Gaels of St.
xy's, California, ended Fordham's
fning streak today with a 13 to 6
ory in a sensational east-west
tLie before a capacity crowd of
00 spectators.
oth teams took advantage of the
aks to score in the final period
er George Wilson's touchdown in
second period gave the Gaels the
d. Danowski's cut back after
sting on an end run resulted in
only Ram score.
Minnesota 0, Northwestern 0
DYCHE STADIUM, Evanston, Ill.,
v. 4 -(')- In a game marked by
nbles, penalties, and blasted scor-
threats, Northwestern dimmed
nnesota's Big Ten football chain-
rship hopes by holding the Goph-
to a scoreless tie before 30,000
ctators today.
Yale 14, Dartmouth 13
VEW HAVEN, Nov. 4 -UP) -
rtmouth's jinx of never being able
beat Yale again popped up and
ulted in the Indians losing again,
to 13. This breath-taking strug-
before 25,000 spectators here to-
marked the seventeenth straight
tory for the Bulldogs over Dart-
uth since they started their series
y back in 1884.
Duke 13, Auburn 7
DURHAM, N. C., Nov. 4- (A') -
ke's Blue Devils managed to keep
ir slate clean by defeating the
burn Plainsmen 13 to 7 today as
ses clicked at crucial times. Kim-
11 scored Auburn's touchdown on
75-yard run in the third period.

Tulane 7, Colgate 0
YANKEE STADIUM, New York,
Nov. 4-(P)-The only touchdown
to cross the Colgate goal line in two
years resulted in the only defeat
the Red Raiders have had to suffer
in two years when the Tulane Green
Wave swept over Colgate here today
by a 7 to 0 score.
Marquette 13, West Virginia 13
MORGANTOWN, W. Va., Nov. 4-
(P) - Marquette's Golden Avalanche
came from behind today to score two
touchdowns and hold West Virginia
to a 13 to 13 tie.
Both teams showed about the same
amount of power throughout the en-
tire contest. 'The most noticeable
fact about the game was the lack of
great driving power by either team.
0. S. U. 21, Indiana 0
COLUMBUS, O., Nov. 4-- (P) -
Displaying a well-balanced attack,
Ohio State won its second Big Ten
victory of the season this afternoon,
defeating Indiana 21 to 0. Ohio
rolled up three touchdowns in the
first half and then relied upon sub-
stitutes to hold the lead during the
second half.
Navy 7, Notre Dame 0
BALTIMORE, Nov. 4-- (A') -- Navy
beat Notre Dame 7 to 0 today for the
first victory the Sailors ever have
scored over the Raiders from South
Bend and Notre Dame's third
straight defeat.
Fred Borries plunged three yards
to the score in the third period af-
ter Red Baumberger threw him a
24-yard pass to the doorstep of the
goal.

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Tulane Edges Out Colgate, 7-0

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First downs .........5
Yards gained from
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Passes attempted .... 6
Passes completed .... 2
Yards gained by
passing ...........6
Passes intercepted by 1
Number of punts .. . .16
Average punting
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Average runback of
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Yards lost by
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