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Y, NOVEMBER 11, 1934

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Northwestern Frightens

Illini

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Other

Leaders Survive

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Maroons Are
Swamped With
Passes, 33-4i
O.S.U. Wins In Romp With
Berwanger, Bartlett Out;
Gophers, Purdue Win
EVANSTON, Ill., Nov. 10 --(p)- An
inspired band of Northwestern Uni-
versity Wildcats threw a scare into
Illinois' undefeated eleven here this
afternoon, but the Illini were able to
put on sufficient pressure in the last
two periods to gain a 14 to 3 victory
over Dick Hanley's boys.
The Wildcats led at half time, 3
to 0, by virtue of a field goal by
Chambers scored midway in the open-
ing period. The Northwestern score
came as a result of a drive which
started on the Illinois 38-yard line
but was checked by the Zuppkemen
on their own 10-yard stripe. On the'
final down, the husky Wildcat line-
man made successful his attempt.
Throughout the first half the I
Northwestern team employed a 5-3-
2-1 defense which succeeded in stop-
ping the wide open style of play em-:
ployed by the Illini. In the third and
fourth periods, however, the Illini
teamwas able to solve the Northwest-
ern defense and scored seven points in
each.
BUCKEYES SWAMP CHICAGO
COLUMBUS, O., Nov. 10 -(-P --
Scoring four out of their five touch-
downs through passes, the powerful
Ohio State Buckeyes swamped Chi-
cago, 33 to 0, here today.
Both Jay Berwanger, the Maroons'
great halfback, and Ned Bartlett, his
flashy running mate, were kept out
of the game by injuries, and the Chi-
cago attack made little headway
against the strong Ohio State defense.
A lateral pass, Dye to Buswick,
gave the Buckeyes their first touch-
down early in the game. A forward
lateral gave them another touch-
down in the first period. The play
was Dye to Buswick to Wetzel.
After piling up this comfortable
lead, Ohio State coasted on to three
more touchdowns and an easy victory.
PURDUE 13, IOWA 6
IOWA CITY, Ia., Nov. 10 - P) -
Scoring twice on forward passes, Pur-
due continued unbeaten in Big Ten
football competition today by defeat-
ing a fighting Iowa team 13 to 6 be-
fore 20,000 dad's day spectators.
The stubborn Iowans put up a
surprising defense, however, making
several successful goal line stands
against the driving Boilermaker at-
tacks led by Duane Purvis and Jim
Carter.
MINNESOTA 30, INDIANA 0
MEMORIAL STADIUM, MINNE-
APOLIS, Nov. 10 - (P) -Minnesota
crashed through for its third Con-
ference victory today, defeating In-
diana's fighting Hoosier band 30 to
0, in its quest for an untied and un-
defeated season.
Minnesota rushed over two touch-
downs in the first period, but slowed
up after that, adding a safety in the
second quarter and a lone touch-
down in each of the last two periods.
Indiana failed to threaten through-
out the game.
Fighting Middies Win
From Notre Dame, 10-6
CLEVELAND, Nov. 10. - Navy.
fighting off challenge after challenge
from Notre Dame's Ramblers, kicked
a field goal and, in the final minutes
of play, scored a touchdown to defeat
the Irish, 10 to 6, before a crowd of
60,000 today.

A touchdown pass, Borries to Dor-'
nin, gave Navy a 10 to 0 lead near the
end of the game, and a 90-yard Notre
Dame drive in two plays for a touch-
down was futile.
RMISTICE
November I th
IN FLANDERS
FIELDS.....
LEST WE
FORGET....
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Patanelli, Savage, And
Ford Injuries Slight
Injuries to Mike Savage, Matt
Patanelli, and Jerry Ford, suffered
in the Wisconsin game yesterday,
were all minor.
Patanelli was taken out of the
game after his hand had been
stepped on and cut. No bones were
broken, however, according to Dr.
Frank Lynam, team physician.
A severe blow on the head
knocked Mike Savage out for a few
moments, but he was able to walk
off the field. A blow on the neck
in the second half stunned Jerry
Ford, but after a rest he was able
tp return to the game.
It is expected that all three will
be in condition for next Saturday's
game with Ohio State University.
State Bows To
Syracuse, 10- 0
In Hard Game
SYRACUSE, Nov. 10. --Michiga
State's previously undefeated band o:
Spartans went down to defeat her
yesterday before a scintillating Syra-
cuse running and passing attack, 10-
0. The victory definitely marked th
big Orangemen as one of the strong-
est of the eastern grid teams and

FIRST QUARTER ball around his own left end for a
Wisconsin won the toss and elected four-yard gain. Everhardus made
to defend the north goal. Ward it first down through center on Wis-
kicking off for Michigan, booted out consin's 46.
of bounds. On the second try Ward Michigan Gains Ground
kicked to Jordan who took the ball Sweet picked up four. Ward, tak-
on his own one-yard line and ran, ing a position in the backfield, was
with perfect blocking 100 yards, for a stopped for no gain around right end.
touchdown. Pacetti place-kicked for Everhardus was stopped at the line.
the extra point. But Wisconsin was penalized for off-
Score: Wisconsin 7, Michigan 0. side. Jankowski went in for Strain.
Ward kicked to Fish who took the Regeczi went off left tackle for five
ball from the five-yard line to the 20 yards and a first down. Everhardus
where his fumble was recovered by was stopped for no gain. The Badg-
Borgmann. Aug carried the ball for ers were again penalized for offside.
no gain. Aug picked upksix yards Everhardus made it first down on the
through his own left tackle. Ward Wisconsin 20. Everhardus was
tooka lateral from Jennings and smeared for a two eyard loss onwa
went around end for six more before lateral pass play. On the next play
being chased out of bounds. Both Everhardus made two yards. Regec-
sides were offside as Regeczi went zi's pass fell incomplete in the end
around end to the two-yard line. The zone. Regeczi faded back to pass and
ball was called back as Wisconsin was thrown on the 29-yard line where
took time out. Regeczi picked up a Wisconsin took the ball on downs. It
three yards around right end. Aug's stopped snowing.
pass, intended for Patanelli, fell in- Jordan's punt was downed on the
complete. On a fake place-kick for- Michigan 46. Everhardus ran 20
mation Jennings went around left end yards through center. Time out for
for four to take the ball to Wiscon- Wisconsin. Null, injured on the last
f sin's three-yard line. On a double play, was replaced by Deanovich.
e lateral around right end Aug was Borgmann went in for Hildebrand for
- thrown for a four-yard loss by Pohl. Michigan. Regeczi was stopped for
- Wisconsin kicked, on first down, no gain at left end. Regeczi was
e to Jennings who took the ball at the stopped for no gain. Regeczi's pass
50 and returned it to Wisconsin's 42. was off the end of Savage's finger-
- Regeczi passed to Patanelli who lat- tips. Regeczi kicked over the goal
d eraled to Ward for an 11-yard gain line for a touchback

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Regeczi's punt went out of bounds on1
Wisconsin's 22.;
Donaldson was stopped after a
three-yard gain. Fontaine wasy
tackled by Hildebrand for a three-
yard loss. Jennings took Fontaine's
punt on his own 29 and ran it up to
the 33. Pohl was injured and Wis-
consin took time out. Mahnke re-
placed Pohl at center for the Badgers.
Sweet gained two yards inside left
guard. Regeczi attempted to pass
but was thrown by Haukedahl for a
12 yard loss. Regeczi's punt was re-
ceived by Fontaine who was downed in
his tracks by Borgmann on the 44.
Fontaine gained two yards. Fon-
taine's pass was dropped by Donald-
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bounds on Wisconsin's 33-yard line.
Sears replaced Viergever at left tackle
for Michigan.
Everhardus picked up seven yards
off left tackle. Aug made two more.
Everhardus plunged over for a first
down. Sweet picked up two yards.
Aug's pass was intended for Sav-
age but went over the left end's head.
Everhardus made one yard. Aug's
pass was knocked down by Pacetti
and the Badgers took the ball onj
downs.
Jankowski ran the ball up to the
35 but was called back and Wisconsin
was penalized five yards. Jankowski
was stopped fo no gain. Donaldson
lost a yard. Fontaine punted and
Jennings dropped the ball which
rolled out of bounds on Michigan's
34.
Michigan Threatens
Aug ran the ball down to the 44.
Sweet made first down and took the
ball to the 47. Johnson replaced Sav-
age who was injured on the play.
Jennings made four yards off tackle.
Aug's pass was interecepted by Fon-
taine who ran it back to his own 33-
yard line.

by Donaldson. Sweet's punt went
out of bounds on Wisconsin's 47-
yard stripe.
Jankowski went off right tackle for
a five yard gain. As the two teams
were lining up again the gun ended
the game.
Final score: Wisconsin 10, Mich-
igan 0.
ARMY 27, HARVARD 6
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Nov. 10 -(P,)
- Driving away at almost a point a
minute rate during the first half, the
high-powered Army Cadets today
overwhelmed Harvard, 27-6, for the
third straight year.
Whitey Grove registered two of the
Army touchdowns, on passes from
Waco Jack Buckler.

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ter for two. Hanshue replaced Bor-'
mann at left guard. Fontaine's punt
was received by Jennings on the Wol-
verine's 12-yard stripe. Michigan
took time out.
Both Teams Fumble
Everhardus went off tackle for a
yard. Sweet fumbled and Wisconsin
recovered on the four-yard line.
Jankowski fumbled and Savage
recovered for Michigan on his owni

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Turkey
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kept their unbeaten record intact. to the Badger 31-yard stripe. Time
The first quarter saw State carry out for Wisconsin. Jankowski was
the ball to the Syracuse ten-yard line injured on the last play. Strain re-
on Warmbein's pass to Zarza and Rey- placed Jankowski at half. Aug cut
nolds long run. The Spartans lacked back through right tackle for a four
the necessary scoring punch, however, yard gain. Regeczi's pass was over
and Syracuse held for downs. The Aug's head and into the end zone.C
State men turned about immediately Regeczi passed out of bounds. Wis-:
and repulsed a Syracuse attack by consin was penalized five yards forI
batting down two passes in the end- offside. Sweet picked up a yard.-
zone to terminate an Orange threat Regeczi passed over Patanelli's head!
that came as a result of long runs by into the end zone for a touchback.
Mamosser and Albanez. Everhardus Substitutes
Syracuse took the lead in the sec- Fish was stopped for no gain by
ond quarter when Varva, Syracuse Austin. Null kicked to Jennings who
tackle, booted a kick from placement returned the ball seven yards to his
standing on State's 24-yard line. own 30. , Regeczi went 17 yards
The Spartans spent the better part around left end to the 47-yard line.
of the second half withstanding de- Time out for Michigan. Patanelli
termined Syracuse thrusts and had was replaced by Savage, and Ever-
few scoring opportunities. The hardus went in for Aug. Everhardus
Orangemen crashed through for their cut off tackle for eight yards. Ever-
touchdown early in the fourth quarter hardus went off left tackle for six
when a series of Syracuse running yards and a first down on the Badger
and passing plays placed the ball on 39-yard line. Regeczi's pass, intend-
the Michigan State one-foot line. ed for Ward, was incomplete. Ever-
State took time out, but on the first hardus picked up nine yards through
play Ginter, Syracuse half, climbed right guard. Sweet was stopped for
up on the backs of his linemen for no gain. Everhardus missed the pass
the score. Varva's educated toe con- from center but recovered on the 45.
verted the extra point and gave Syra- Wisconsin took the ball on downs.
cuse a 10-0 lead which they never re- Strain on the first play went around
linquished. right end for a first down on Mich-
igan's 41. Strain made six yards.
Ann Arbor Falls Before Michigan was penalized five yards for
Jackson High, 12 To 6 offside. Austin tossed Fish for a four-
_ _ yard loss. Fish passed to Haukedahl
whose lateral was intercepted for
JACKSON, Nov. 10.- Jackson high Michigan on the 27 by Ford. Ever-
school defeated Ann Arbor here today, hardus picked up two. On a fake
12 to 6, in their annual grid game. kick formation Sweet gained two
The two teams played a scorelesskmor a i kedtJan wo
first half, but the Vikings opened up more. Regeczi kicked to Jordan who
in the third period with a long pass took the ball on the 20 and ran it
which netted their first touchdown back five yards. End of first quarter.
and added another in the last period Score: Wisconsin 7, Michigan 0.
for the final score. SECOND QUARTER
The first score came as the result Fish was stopped at. the line of
of a pass, Doelker to Spreen, which scrimmage for no gain. Strain gained
advanced the ball 27 yards to the Ann two. Rain began to fall. Jennings
Arbor 23. Doelker passed again on the took Null's kick and returned it eight
next play, the ball going to Coffman, yards to Michigan's 41. Everhardus
who sprinted ten yards for the score. fumbled and recovered for a three-
The second Jackson touchdown yard loss. Everhardus smashed the
came after a march straight 'to the line for two yards. Regeczi kicked
goal from midfield, featuring bucks out of bounds on the Badger 36.
and off-tackle plays. Doelker's at- Fish was thrown for a yard loss by
tempt for the extra point failed after Viergever. Fish was stopped for no
both scores. gain. Null kicked to Jennings, who
Ann Arbor's only score was on a took the ball on his own 26 and re-
54-yard sprint around his own right turned it to the 32. Everhardus went
end by Jack Koernke, substitute quar- through right tackle for 12 yards.
terback for the Purple. Koernke was Time out for Wisconsin. Donaldson
the outstanding member of the Ann replaced Fish at right half. Wright
Arbor backfield, accounting for sev- went in for Bender. The rain turned
eral long runs. to snow. Everhardus carried the

Jankowski was stopped for no gain.

Donaldson lost two yards. Fuog and
Jacobson replaced Austin and Ford.
Bolas replaced Jennings at quarters
for Michigan. Jordan's kick was
downed on Michigan's 35.
On a statue-of-liberty play Ever-
hardus gained nine yards around
right end. Regeczi made it first
down with two yards through guard.
With one minute to go Regeczi com-
pleted a pass to Savage, who was
thrown on the Badger 33. Ward
gained five yards on a lateral pass
as the gun went off ending the first
half.
Score: Wisconsin 7, Michigan 0.
THIRD QUARTER
Michigan defended the north goal.
Ward kicked off to Jankowski who
took the ball on his own eight-yard
line and returned it to the 33. Dehn-
ert picked up two. Jankowski was
stopped by Ward after gaining three
more. Donaldson made a yard. Jor-
dan's punt was partially blocked by
Ward and went out of bounds on
Michigan's 39-yard stripe.
Everhardus was stopped for no gain
off left tackle. The Wolverines were
penalized five yards for offsides.
Again Everhardus was stopped for no
gain by Pohl. Everhardus made five
through guard, but the ball was called
back and Michigan was penalized
15 yards for holding. Fontaine re-
placed Jordan at left halfback. Sweet
picked up three through center. Re-
geczi faked a punt and went around
left end for ten yards. Regeczi's
punt was fumbled by Fontaine on the
28 but he recovered.
Donaldson went through guard for
three yards. Michigan took time'out.
Ford was injured on the play. Fuog
replaced Ford at center. Fontaine
punted to Jennings who took the ball
on his 42 where he was thrown.
Everhardus picked up a yard. Sweet
tried a reverse for a two-yard gain.

four-yard line. Aug replaced Ever- Donaldson made a yard off tackle.
hardus. Fontaine took Regeczi's Fontaine was run out of bounds after
punt on the Wolverine's 47 and ran a five-yard gain. Bissel replaced Han-
it back to the 35, however, the ball shue at left guard for the Wolverines.
was called back and the Badgers Donaldson was thrown for an eight
were penalized five yards for rushing yard loss by Ward. Fontaine punted
the kicker. Regeczi punted again and out of bounds on Michigan's 42. Am-
Fontaine took the ball on his own rine went into the game for Ford at
48 and returned it to Michigan's 34. center.
Fontaine passed to Haukedahl who Pacetti threw Everhardus for an
was tackled pn the 25. Jankowski was! eight yard loss. Aug was stopped at
stopped by Savage and Viergever for the line. Aug's pass, which was in-,
no gain as the gun ending the quar- tended for Ward, was knocked down
ter sounded.,--
Score: Wisconsin 7, Michigan 0.
FOURTH QUARTER
Michigan and Wisconsin changed
goals and the Wolverine's were de-
fending the south end. Ford came F 1
back in the game for Fuog at cen-
ter. Jankowski made a first down I
on a line plunge. Ford stopped Dehn- to the H V
ert for a yard loss. Donaldson's pass,
was' incomplete. Jennings knocked in Modern Hew
down a pass by Fontaine. Pacetti's
attempt for a field goal by a place-
ment was wide.+
Michigan took the ball on its own$
20. Pacetti stopped Aug after he (for party
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Donaldson picked up two. Fon-
taine was run out of bounds by Aug
after a two-yard Ross. Fontaine
took the ball to the middle of the field.
Pacetti tried another placement and
this time it was complete for three
points. THE ORATORIC
Score: Wisconsin 10, Michigan 0.
Ward kicked out of bounds. On
the second try he booted the ball to pre
Fontaine who was tackled on his
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