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Minnesota Gophers Come From Behind To Beat is

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Buckeyes Nose Out Illini,
7-6; Trojans - Trounce
Notre Dame, 19-0
MINNESOTA 6 WISCONSIN 3
Coming from behind in the third
quarter, the Minnesota Gophers yes-
terday managed to . push over a
touchdown to beat Wisconsin, 6 to 3.
The annual grid battle was fought
out in a driving snow storm at Min-
neapolis.
ARMY 12 NAVY '7
A powerful Army eleven won its
fifth straight victory over Navy yes-
terday and its ninth straight of the
season when it came from behind in
the second quarter to beat the Mid-
shipmen, 12 to 7. Johnson, the Ca-
det quarterback, ran the opening
kick-off of the game 81 yards for a
touchdown.
PURDUE 19 INDIANA 3
The Old Oaken Bucket remained
another year with the Purdue Boiler-
makers as they hammered out a
smashing victory yesterday over the
Indiana Hoosiers, 19 to 3 at.Bloom-
ington, Ind. The feature of the
game was Jim Pelee's 90-yard return
of an Indiana punt in the first quar-
ter of the battle.
OHIO STATE 7 ILLINOIS 6
A Buckeye score in the third quar-
ter and a successful kick for a point
after touchdown by Vuchinich, Ohio
State center, proved to be just
enough to win from Illinois' last
quarter touchdown,' yesterday in one
of the hardest fought games seen
at Columbus in many a day.
U.S.C. 19 NOTRE DAME 0
The University of Southern Cali-
fornia yesterday at South Bend
ripped over three touchdowns to give
Notre Dame the worst defeat it has
ever suffered in the series between
the two teams. "Cotton" Warbur-
ton, Trojan quarterback, was the
star of the day with two touchdowns.
Michigan Wins 13-0
And Annexes Title
(Continued from Page 1)

yards at his left tackle and North-
western called for time out.
On a double pass behind the line
Cruice broke through the line for a
first down on Michigan's 32-yard
line. Augustson smashed center and
gained two yards. On a shovel pass,
Augustson to Cruice, the latter
gained four yards before Bernard
checked him.
Augustson's pass to Cruice was
batted down. Hajek's kick' from the
35-yard line just missed, the ball
hitting the cross bar.
Heston was smeared at his right
end, but got half a yard. Kopecky
broke through and tossed Everhardus
for a five-yard loss. Regeczi punted
into the wind to Michigan's 32-yard
line.
Cruice p a s s e d
left-handed tof
Manske which';
netted four yards.
Augustson crashed
center but was r
stopped by Kowal-
ik. Northwestern
was penalized 15
yards on the play
for holding.
Cruice picked up rR- -
a yard at center.
Michigan took the ball on downs on
their own 44-yard line.
Fay dove over center for three
yards. Fay then fought his way
through center again for two yards.
On a fake punt formation Heston
was stopped cold at center as the
period ended.
Score: Michigan 0, Northwestern 0.
SECOND PERIOD
Regeczi punted the ball into the
end zone. The ball was called back
and Northwestern penalized five
yards for roughing the kicker. This
gave Michigan first down on the
Northwestern 45-yard line.
Sutton gained two yards. August-
son then punted the ball out of
bounds on Michigan's 48-yard line.
Renner replaced Heston. Everhard-
us was tossed for a two-yard loss, but
Northwestern was
. Ne offside.
. Renner took the
ball a g a i n but
again Northwest-
ern was offside and
the penalty gave
. Michigan a first
down. Everhardus
broke around left

yards. A shovel pass Renner to Ev-
erhardus lost four yards. On a fake
kick Regeczi passed to Everhardus,
who was tossed for a loss of nine
yards. Re'eczi then punted over
the goal line.
. Augustson broke through center
for five yards but fumbled as he was
tackled and Petoskey recovered for
Michigan on Northwestern's 23-yard
line.
Renner smashed center for three
yards. Fay took a lateral pass from
Renner for a two-yard gain. Ever-
hardus kicked from placement from
the 28-yard line but missed.
Cruice made a gain of a yard. Au-
gustson smashed center for a yard.
Augustson punted
to Fay on North-
western's 48. Borg-
mann replaced Ko-
walik.
Augustson held
Everhardus for no
gain. Renner then
passed to Fay, who
carried the ball to
Northwestern's 26-
yard line.
Everhardus failed FAv
to gain at center. Lind tossed Ren-
ner for a loss of fifteen yards. Re-
geczi punted out of bounds on North-
western's 15-yard mark.
Maroney got two yards at his right
tackle. Cruice hit a stone wall at
center.
Sutton smashed center, getting
three yards. Augustson's punt twisted
out of bounds on Northwestern's 42.
Everhardus took the ball through
center for eight yards. Renner passed
to Everhardus for first down on

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With Wildcats
FIRST PERIOD
Petoskey kicked off to Cruice, who
returned 12 yards to Northwestern's
36-yard line. Augustson tried the
center of the line, gaining two yards.
Cruice faded back and left-handed
a pass to Augustson who was downed
on Michigan's 38-yard line.
Maroney cracked right tackle for
four yards. On a buck straight
through center Sutton advanced
three yards. Sutton fumbled and
Everhardus recovered for Michigan
on the Wolverines' 29-yard line.
Everhardus got a yard at his right
end. Regeczi hit center and got but
one yard. Regeczi booted the ball
into the wind, and it rolled dead on
Northwestern's 42-yard line.
Augustson, standing behind his
goal, punted and the ball rolled out
on Michigan's 23-yard line.
-From a fake punt formation Re-
geczi was tossed for a loss of three
yards.
Everhardus then was stopped for
no gain. Regeczi punted to Maroney,
who returned seven yards to Michi-
gan's 43-yard line. Cruice lost two

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and first down on
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yard line.
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