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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1934

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Wisconsin

Upsets Illinois,

7 To 3; Gophers

Purdue Defeats
Fordham, 7-0;
Wildcats Lose
Fourth-Period Rally Gives
Irish Victory; Maryland
Bows ToIndiana, 17-14
MADISON, Wis., Nov. 17 - (IP) -
Wisconsin's Badgers, battered into
the role of underdog by a season that
has been a bitter failure everywhere
but at Michigan, handed their legend-
ary hero of football, Pat O'Dea, a
legend long to be remembered today
by defeating the heretofore unbeaten
Illinois eleven, 7 to 3.
Spurred onward by the presence of
O'Dea, who went into self-imposed
exile 15 years ago to escape the plaud-
its of the crowd and then capped his
sudden return to be guest of honor
at today's homecoming game, the
Badgers arose to smash through the
Illini defense and come through vic-
torious.
Twenty-seven thousand fans were
given probably their greatest home-
coming in all Badger football history,
as the Illini, their hopes of a share
of the Big Ten championship blasted,
walked dejectedly off the Camp Rand-
all sod in the wake of a wild, back-
slapping crew of Badgers.
GOPHERS MANGLE MAROONS
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 17. - (') -
Minnesota's football ripsaw sliced off
another victory today in its march
toward the Western Conference title,
cutting down Chicago with a 35 to 7
triumph before 46,000 spectators.
Five times Minnesota swept up the
gridiron to plant the oval behind the
goal posts. Chicago's Maroons, unable
to launch a sustained scoring march,
finally counted in the last few min-
utes when Cullen, substitute quarter,
intercepted a pass and ran 55 yards
for a touchdown.
Minnesota pounded up and down
the field, Kostka, alternate fullback,
boring through the Maroon forward
wall, substitute halfback Alphonse
buzzing around the ends, and Lund
knifing through the tackle for smash-
ing gains that netted 335 yards and
21 first downs by rushing. Chicago
got 84 yards and 4 first downs by
rushing.
PURDUE DOWNS FORDHAM
POLO GROUNDS, NEW YORK,
Nov. 17. - (') -With one swift thrust
late in the first period, covering 46
yards in five plays, Purdue scored
the one-touchdown necessary to beat
Fordham before 35,000 people in the
Polo Grounds today, 7 to 0.
Slippery Jim Carter scored the
touchdown on a seven-yard gallop
after his 25-yard sprint from scrim-
mage had touched off the Boiler-
maker drive.
IRISH BEAT PURPLE, 20-7
DYCHE STADIUM, EVANSTON,
Ill., Nov. 17.- (P) -Finding them-
selves in the last two periods, Notre
Dame battered its way to a 20 to 7
victory over Northwestern before 45,-
000 spectators.
Northwestern led, 7 to 0, at the half,
INDIANA WINS, 17-14
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Nov. 17-
(A')- Offensive fireworks exploded all
over the gridiron, after a scoreless
first half here today, and when the
final gun sounded, Indiana Univer-
sity held a 17 to 14 intersectional
victory over Maryland by the margin
of Reed Kelso's 30-yard place kick.
Chevigny Seeks To
Emulate Old Coach
(By Associated Press)
The football coach whose Univer-
sity of Texas team gave Notre Dame

- his alma mater -its first opening
game setback in 40 years doesn't in-
tend to keep on with coaching as a
life work.
Jack Chevigny, who played with
the Ramblers and helped coach them
under Knute Rockne, looks forward
to the time when he will leave the
din of the gridiron for the less raucous
arena of the courts. The law is his
first love, but he has no objection to
turning out good football teams for a
while, because be likes the game
and reveres the memory of "Rock."
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His Punting Features M ichigan Play In Defeat

PLAY-BY-PLAY
FIRST PERIOD Michigan goal line. Michigan took the
Capt. Monahan of Ohio won the ball on the 20.
toss and chose to defend the south Jacobson replaced Austin at tackle
for Michigan. Monahan stopped Ever-
goal. Michigan chose to kick off. hardus for a yard loss. Everhardus
Ward kicked to Heekin on the 15, lost another, Wetzel getting him. Re-
and Austin stopped him on the 36. geczi punted out on Ohio's 46.
A lateral, Heekin to Boucher, gained; Wetzel made one on a spinner,
18 before Boucher was run out of Borgmann making the tackle. Ante-
bounds on the Michigan's 40. Hilde- nucci went to the 41 around end, Aug
brand of Michigan was hurt on the and Regeczi getting him. Dye's long
play. Michigan took time out. Heekin pass to Busich was incomplete. Bou-
fumbled on the 40 and Regeczi re- cher lost a yard as Everhardus got
covered for Michigan. him on an end sweep. The period
Jones threw Aug for a three yard ended.
loss. Everhardus lost three more as I. Score: Ohio 7; Michigan 0.
Smith caught him. Regeczi punted to SECOND PERIOD
Pincura on Ohio's 30, and Ward Roush replaced I. Smith at guard
caught him on the 50. for Ohio. A multiple pass, Dye to
Wetzel hit tackle for 15 yards be- Busich to Boucher to Dye, gained
fore Ward stopped him. Heekin made 15 yards, going to Michigan's 24-yard
seven. line. Wetzel plunged for a yard. Mich-
Wetzel made it first down on the igan lost five on an off-side penalty,
19 and Michigan took time out. Ward putting the ball on the 20-yard
stopped Boucher for a one-yard loss. marker. Wetzel plunged for three.
On a "Statue of Liberty" play, Heekin Jacobson stopped Boucher for no
went to the eight, where Jennings gain.
stopped him. Wetzel plunged to the Wetzel made it first down by an
four. The line smothered Heekin for inch on the 14-yard line. Boucher
no gain. Heekin was hurt on the skirted left end for 10 yards. Regeczi
play and Ohio took time out. Ward stopped him on the 4-yard line. Aus-
stopped Heekin on the one-yard line. tin replaced Jacobson at tackle for
Heekin went over standing up for the Wolverines. Wetzel went through
the touchdown ®n fourth down. Pin- guard for a touchdown. Dye held the
cura held the ball and Monahan ball and Monahan missed the place-
place-kicked the extra point. kick for the extra point.
Score: Ohio 7; Michigan 0. Score: Michigan 0; Ohio 13.
Ward kicked off to Boucher on Ward kicked off over the goal line
the 15, and Regeczi stopped him on -but Antenucci ran it back to the
the Ohio 28. Heekin skirted right 24-yard line, where Austin got him.
end for 10 yards, Jennings making the Boucher made four around end, Ford
tackle. Hanshue replaced Hildebrand getting him. Wetzel stumbled through
at tackle for Michigan. Antenucci the line for four more yards. Boucher
replaced Heekin at half for Ohio. punted to Jennings on the Michigan
Michigan's line smothered Antenucci 15. Wendt stopping him on the 29-
after a yard gain. Pincura's shovel yard line.
pass to Wendt gained a yard, Austin Everhardus plunged for five yards,
making the tackle. Boucher punted Wetzel making the tackle. Aug made
out of bounds on Michigan's 24. two before Monahan got him. Re-
geczi punted 75 yards over Ohio's goal
hiEverhardus losthe w eJAuge gngthe Buckeyes taking the ball on their
fom brehn tinAug plu.nged 20-yard marker. Ohio took time out.
forWetzel made a yard, Hanshue stop-
aend punted to Pincura on Ohio's 18,.WeelmdayrHnsustp
and "theOhoancrrieditbacto the'ping him. Antenucci made another
and the Ohioan carried it back to the Regeczi halting him. Viergever was
23. Wetzel, knifed to the 40, Ward fi hurt on the play, Michigan taking
nua'lly getting him. Boucher skirted time out. Karcher replaced Monahan
ft end for 16 yards, before ru at guard for Ohio, and Beard went in
out of bounds. Antenucci was smoth- for Viergever at guard for/Michigan.
ered by Hanshue- and lost a yard. Jennings ran Boucher's punt from
Antenucci was downed for an eight- his own 33-yard line to the 47-yard
yard loss on a "Statue of Liberty" line.
play, and Michigan took time out. Dye Everhardus was stopped by Ohio's
replaced Pincura at quarter for Ohio. line. Everhardus made two, then Wet-
Dye's 50-yard pass to Wendt was in- zel stopped him. Ohio was penalized
complete. Boucher iunted over the five yards for offside on the play.

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John Regeczi, suffering from a lapse in the punting form which
made him the outstanding kicker in the Conference for two years, recov-
ered that form yesterday as his long spirals time after time took the
Wolverines out of danger. Regeczi returned to the fullback position after
playing at halfback all year. Backing up the line, he made tackle after
tackle after Ohio State runners had broken through the forward wall.
Yale Downs Undefeated Tigers;
Navy Beaten By Panthers, 31-7

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PALMER STADIUM, PRINCETON,
N. J., Nov. 17-Yale, playing through-
out the game without a single substi-
tution, sprang the most spectacular
1 upset of the eastern gridiron cam-
paign today by toppling Princeton
from the unbeaten ranKs, 7 to 0, be-
fore a capacity crowd of 52,000 as-
tounded spectators.
The Elis tallied in the first period
on a 41-yard pass, Roscoe to Kelley,1

COLUMBIA'NOSES OUT PENN
FRANKLIN FIELD, PHILADEL-
PHIA, Nov. 17-(I)- A placement
kick from the trusty toe of Eddie
Brominski was the margin by which
Columbia nosed out Pennsylvania's
battling sophomores in a hard-fought
contest today. The score was 13
to 12. A crowd of 45,000 attended.
COLGATE DROPS SYRACUSE
ARCHIBOLD STADIUM, SYRA-

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and fought the tumbling tigers to a CUSE, N. Y., Nov. 17 -(A-)- Colgate,
standstill the rest of the way. the band of magicians of the north,
tumbled Syracuse from the ranks of
NAVY LOSES FIRST GAME the undefeated today, winning 13-2
ANNAPOLIS, Md., Nov. 17- (F)- before a crowd of 35,000. Colgate
Pittsburgh's powerful Panthers ran scored on a short forward pass in
wild over the Navy for a 31 to 7 the second quarter and a 50-yardj
triumph here today, run back on a punt by McConough
Pitt scored in every period except in the third period.
the second, in which Navy put across
its lone tally on a passing barrage. Theta Chi Meets Delta
The crushing defeat ended the Navy's
seven-game winning streak. Upsilon In Final Game
CORNELL UPSETS DARTMOUTH Theta Chi, last year's Interfrater-
ITHACA, N. Y., Nov. 17-(R)- nity speedball champions, will defend
Using a passing attack effectively, their title in the finals of the play-
Cornell today defeated Dartmouth in offs against Delta Upsilon tomor-
their annual classic, 21-6. Winner rowdat 4:30 p.m.hThis will be the
of only one game until today, Cor- third time that the challenger has
nell scored in the first and second reached the finals, but in their other
periods as Gordon Stofer caught two attempts they have been unsuccessful
passes. Walter Switzer grabbed a and they will enter tomorrow's game
Dartmouth pass in the first period as the underdogs.
and stepped 45 yards to a touchdown.I
Stofer added all the points. Dart- HOCKEY MANAGER TRYOUTS
mouth's only marker came on a for- ll sophomore hockey manager-
ward pass. Chamberlain tossing to ship tryouts should report at 6:30
John Matzinger, in the second quar- p.m. Monday at the Coliseum.
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Spartans Beat
Detroit By One
Point,_7 To 6
EAST LANSING, Nov. 17. - (V)-
By the margin of a single point after
touchdown, Michigan State college

Jennings' pass was knocked down by
Jones. Rees replaced Busich at end for
Ohio. Dye intercepted Everhardus'
pass on his own 33-yard line and ran
it back 10 yards. Ohio took time
out. Remias replaced Aug at half for
Michigan. Antenucci cut off tackle
for two yards, Remias stopping him.
Boucher's lateral to Dye was incom-
plete, Ward recovering for Michigan
on Ohio's 40-yard marker.
Everhardus lost three on an end
run. Regeczi picked up two before
Wetzel and Jones hit him. Everhard-
us' pass was knocked down by Bou-
cher. Regeczi punted over Ohio's goal.
Ohio taking the ball on the 30-yard
line.
A lateral, Dye to Antenucci, lost
three yards as Regeczi broke through,
Wetzel plunged for four, Beard get-
ting him, Boucher's poor punt went
only nine yards, going out on Ohio's
31-yard line.
Bolas replaced Jennings at Mich-
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today defeated University of Detroit,
7 to 6, in a game in which the De-
troit eleven kept play in its oppo-
nent's territory almost continually,
yet lacked the necessary scoring
punch. ,
Both touchdowns were scored in the
first period, State scoring after re-
covering its own kickoff, and Detroit
crossing the line after recovering a
fumble on the Spartan 16-yard line.
With its offensive badly outclassed'
throughout the game, Michigan State
settled down to protect its thin lead,
Heroic work by the Spartan defense
turned the Titans back time after
time.
Both teams scored on the breaks
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Hamrick at tackle for Ohio. Yards
replaced Haare at Ohio tackle, and J.
Smith went in for Boucher, at half.
Regeczi made three yards before
Jones got him. Regeczi's pass to Pat-
anelli was incomplete. Another pass
to Regeczi was incomplete after a

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