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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4,1934

TTHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Illinois Eleven Defeats Army,

7 To 0; Purdue Beats Chicago

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Wisconsin Bows
Before Purple
Gridders,_7 To 0
Iowa And Indiana Battle
To A Scoreless Tie At
Bloomington
Ohio State Is Victor
Buckeyes Run Rough-Shod
Over Western Reserve;
Win 76 To 0
MEMORIAL STADIUM, CHAM-
PAIGN, Ill., Nov. 3. - Army was
handed its first defeat of the season
by the Illinois eleven before a rain-
soaked crowd of 45,000 by a 7 to 0
score.
The fighting Illini made the only
touchdown of the game in the first
quarter when the Indians blocked
Buckler's punt on the twenty-yard
line and Dykstra, Illinois end recov-
ered it on the fourteen. Portman
scored through left tackle and Lind-
berg kicked the extra point.
The Cadets missed a real oppor-
tunity to score inthe last quarter
when Shuler blocked the Illini's punt
on the two-yard line. However, in the
scramble to recover the ball one of
the West Pointers let the ball slip
out of his hands and Portman re-
covered for Illinois on the one-foot
line.
PURDUE DEFEATS CHICAGO
CHICAGO, Ill., Nov. 3.--Purdue
handed Chicago its first defeat of the
season this afternoon before a home-
coming crowd of 32,000, by a score of
26 to 20. This victory put Chicago
into second place in the Big Ten
race and gave Purdue a tie with Min-
nesota and Illinois for the lead.
Carter tallied twice for the Boiler-
makers in the first quarter and gave
them what looked to be a safe lead.
However, the Maroons came back in
the second quarter to score 14 points
to go ahead 14 to 13. As the half ended
the Hoosiers made another touchdown
to lead 20 to 14, Both teams scored
once in the last half.
IOWA, 0; INDIANA, 0
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Nov. 3. -(R)
- An alert Indiana University foot-
ball team led by Ray Fox, elusive
sophomore quarterback, smothered
Iowa's hopes for a Western Confer-
ence comeback by outplaying the
Hawkeyes today as the elevens bat-
tled to a scoreless tie.
Two Indiana drives, with Fox and
Don Veller, veteran halfback, alter-
nating at toting the ball, carried in-
side the Iowa 5-yard line, and only
a stone wall defense by the Hawkeye
forwards averted defeat.
NORTHWESTERN VICTORIOUS
EVANSTON, Ill., Nov. 3 - ()-
Northwestern's Wildcats clawed their
way from the Big Ten "cellar" today
with a 7 to 0 win over Wisconsin.
Fred Lind, left halfback, made the
only touchdown of the game in the
first quarter, breaking away for a 20-
yard run to the goal line. Duvall,
fullback booted the extra point with
a place kick.
A long high punt by Toth, Toledo,
sophomore, which rolled dead on the
Badger one-yard stripe paved the way
for the Wildcat score.
OHIO STATE SWAMPS RESERVE
CLEVELAND, O., Nov. 3. - Ohio
State's heavy, powerful eleven took
Western Reserve University, piling up
better than a point a minute score
of 76 to 0. The Buckeyes scored two
touchdowns in each of the first two

quarters, three in the third, and four
in the fourth period. Threedfull teams
were used by the winners in running
up their enormous score.
Lansing Eastern Defeats
Ann Arbor High School
LANSING, Nov. 3- Ann Arbor
High School was completely out-
classed by Lansing Eastern and defi-
nitely put out of the Five-A League
title race as a result of a 26-0 defeat
by Eastern, this afternoon. This vic-
tory put the winners in the league
lead with only a weak Lansing Cen-
tral team between it and the champ-
ionships. Even should they lose,
Eastern would still be in a tie for first
place.
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Leads The Northmen

Pug Lund, captain and halfback of
Minnesota's Thundering Herd, led
his 'team to its fifth victory over
Michigan yesterday after the Wolver-
ines had outplayed it during the en-
tire first half. Lund was the spark
that set off the Northmen's dyna-
miting powerhouse in 'the third per-
iod. His sparkling runs scored the
first two Minnesota touchdowns, and1
his pass to Johnson gave the Gophers
their 'third.
To R-m All-Campus
Meet Tomorrow
Under the guiding hand of Ken
Doherty, assistant track coach, the
All-Campus cross-country meet will
be run at 4:30 p.m. Monday over a
two and one-half mile course mapped
out for the most part over the Uni-
versity golf course.
The meet will take the form of a
handicap event, and all students on
the campus are eligible to compete.
A few Varsity long-distance men and
a handful of Intramural runners will
be entered together with the entire
freshman squad.
RENEW RELATIONS
After an interval of 42 years, foot-
ball relations will be renewed between
Penn and Princeton on Oct. 17, 1936.1

Pitt Beats Irish
19 To 0; State
Wins,_13 To 7
Spartans Lick Marquette
For Fifth Straight Win;
A.&M. Defeats Detroit F
PITT STADIUM, PITTSBURGH,
Nov. 3 -UP)- The gold host of Pitts-
burgh, sturdy as steel, today broke
up Notre Dame's victory march, 19
to 0, but only after the hard-bitten
Hoosiers warned the gridiron world
by their die-hard playing that the;
stars of Notre Dame will shine again.
More than 64,000 shouting fans
filled the sunlit stadium for the home-
coming battle which marked the 25th
anniversary of the first football battle
between the schools. They saw the
Irish gridiron renaissance cut short
by the dashing backs of Pitt, who
scored or paved the way for the home
team's three tallies by breath-taking1
sprints in the last three periods.
The clash, packed with thrills all
the way, and the most sensationalf
strife waged in the stadium this year
- the score notwithstanding - found
Pitt in command all the way, but the
Panthers battled furiously for every
one of the nine first downs they an-
nexed to five for Notre Dame.
STATE DOWNS MARQUETTE
EAST LANSING, Nov. 3. - Mich-
igan State's unbeaten Spartans made
Homecoming a success today by de-
feating the Golden Avalanche of Mar-
quette, 13 to 7.
Armstrong was the offensive star of
the game. His 47-yard run put State
in a scoring position in the second
period, and Sebo went over for the!
touchdown. In the third period, Arm-
strong's pass to Klewicki brought the
second Spartan touchdown. Mar-
quette scored first on a pass by Bu-
vuid which Cuff took on the goal line.
TITANS DEFEATED, 19-6
DETROIT, Nov. 3. - The Univer-
sity of Detroit lost its third consecu-
tive football game here today, when
the Oklahoma A. & M. Cowboys rolled
up 19 points in the final period to win,
19-6.
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Be Ready for the Next Formal
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Mich.
Points after touchd'n 0
Total First Downs .. .4
By rushing.......3
By passing.......0
By . penalties ......1
Rushing-
Yards gained ... .17
Yards lost ........17
Net yards gained ..57
Forward Passes-
Attempted ........7
Completed ........2
Intercepted .......1
Total yards gained .0
Lateral Passes-
Attempted ........0
Completed ........0
Intercepted .......0
Incomplete ........0
Total yards gained .0
Total yards lost ... .0
Total Yards Gained-
Rushing and passes 65
Number of punts ... .12
Aver. Yds. of Punts .46
Return of Punts-
Yards ............17
Yards penalized .....0
Fumbles..........2
Own Fumbles Recov. .1

Minn
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12
9
3
0
314
19
295
4
4
0
82
2
2
0
0
4
4
377
10
43
95
25
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SATURDAY'S STATISTICS I

Lund Stars As
Gophers Trim
Maize And Blue
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posed of reserves, scored another;
touchdown on straight football,
marching sixty yards from Michigan's
46 without interruption. Kostka
started the advance with an 18-yard
gain, but he was brought down so hard
by Jennings, the 140-pound Michigan
quarterback, that he was replaced by
Rork.
Profit ended the drive, plunging
over just outside right tackle for the
final touchdown of the game. Bevin
converted, making the score, 34 to 0.
The Minnesota running attack
which ripped off 595 yards against
Iowa last Saturday was good for the
reduced but still excellent total of
314 yards against the Michigan line.
Besides this, however, the Gophers
gained 82 yards from passing, giving
them a grand total of 377, as against
Michigan's total yardage gained of
65. Although the score indicates the
contrary, the Michigan line played
well today. Bill Borgmann, Captain
Tom Austin, Matt Patanelli, Willis
Ward, and Jerry Ford starred defen-
sively on the line, while Cedric Sweet
proved himself a bulwark of strength
in backing up the line. If Michigan's
line replacements had beeh stronger
and more plentiful, the score might
have been greatly reduced. It was
plainly evident that the Wolverine
forward wall was tired out in the sec-
ond half, after having outplayed the
Gopher line throughout the first pe-
riod.

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FRESHMAN SWIMMERS
All freshmen who are interested
in trying out for freshmen swim-
ming are asked to report to Coach
Matt Mann at 4:15 p.m. Monday
at the Intramural Building.

WOME N'S
SPORTS

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Hockey
From the two Detroit

and one Ann

Arbor teams that played at Palmer
Field yesterday an all-Michigan field
hockey squad was chosen. In a match
scheduled with the Ohio team at
Cleveland the week-end of November
17, a Great Lakes team will be select-
ed. This team will meet the Eastern
and Mid-Western representative for
positions on the national team.
Eight members of the Ann Arbor
Hockey Club merited positions on the
Michigan squad. Miss Jeannette Saur-
born, Physical Education teacher at
University High School, was selected
for the place of left half on the first
team.

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