"vrTg'"crc'" R13rx "" THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Win 6 Out Of 7
'Never Saw Such A
By FRED WARNER NEAL
"I never saw such a game," said
Fielding H. Yost, who has seen plenty
of gridiron battles, yesterday. "So
many mixed up plays, such a vari-
Coach Kipke expressed himself as
"satisfied" with the way his boys
went, but agreed that the team was
still weak on blocking and tackling.
"We've got to train for Wisconsin,"
'Wright did a fine job at center,"
he commented. "Savage and Pata-
nelli were O.K. at end. But I shouldn't
have played Everhardus so much. He
did well, but he hasn't been feeling
up to par." Coach Kipke also had
words of praise for the play of Sob-
sey and Viergever.
Over on the other side of the field,
Bo McMillin, small, grey-haired In-
diana coach, summed up his opin-
ion of the battle. "Michigan has a
good, fast team," he said. "They got
the breaks and played for 'em.
"Blut I'rn disappointed, f*ranky.
My team was a little slow. About
three of my boys did especially well
-no, I won't name 'em, I never do
that-but the others disappointed
"Yes, I was excited," he confessed.
"I thought a couple of times my
boys were going to do it. But they
didn't. I guess the best team won."
Michigan coaches praised the punt-
ing of Cedric Sweet and the playing
of Hanshue at tackle. As far as the
strategy in attempting to place kick
in the second quarter with only one
yard to go for a touchdown, the con-
sensus had it that "It was the thing
Michigan~s "outside defense" was
scored by some members of the coach-
ing staff, but as one said, "Anyway
we won, and that's what counts."
Notre Dame Is
Only Team To
Trip Big 10 Foe
Ramblers Beat Wisconsin
As Minnesota, Purdue,
Pound Out Wins
Iowa Whips Colgate
Plucky Drake Team Falls
As Ohio State Rolls Up
MADISON, Wis., Oct. 12. - (A) -
Doc. C. W. Spears rallied his tired
and weary Wisconsin Badgers for five
thrilling minutes today, but they
wound up with another sick headache
as one of the strongest Notre Dame
football squads in years smashed and
buried them under an avalanche of
points 27 to 0.
Fighting their hearts out despite
injuries,bthe Badgers put up a sur-
prising battle for a time only to get
their third straight ducking.
LINCOLN, Neb., Oct. 12.-(Al)-
Nebraska's dream of a national foot-
ball championship lay trodden in the
sod of Memorial Stadium tonight.
Minnesota, undefeated since 1932 and
rated as the national champion of
1934, bowled the Cornhuskers over
today, 12 to 7, in a bruising battle,
witnessed by 36,000 spectators.
NEW YORK, Oct. 12. - (A') - A
golden tornado from Purdue struck
the Polo Grounds today and left a
badly-beaten and battered Fordham
football team in its wake as the Boil-
ermakers pummeled the Maroon-clad
New Yorkers 20 to 0 before 40,000
Purdue delivered a bitter blow to
one of the most promising and hope-
ful elevens ever turned out at. Ford-
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 12. - (P) -
Illinois unleashed an amazing dis-'
play of football pyrotechnics to de-
feat Southern California here today,
19 to 0, in the West's first big inter-
sectional encounter of the season.
50,000 persons watched the fight-
ing Illini play almost letter-perfect
football as they passed their more
ponderous opponents dizzy.
How It Was Done
First downs Mich. Ind.
By rushing ..........6 7
By passing ...........2 5
Through penalties ... 0 0
Total first downs .. 8 12
Everhardus, Patanelli, Bissell Shaded
Teammates Running Account Reveals
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Yards lost by penalties
Average yardage ....
Return of punts, avg.
Own fumbles recov. .
Opponents' f'bles rec.
* By RAYMOND GOODMAN
Capt. Bill Renner won the toss and
chose to kick-off to the Hoosiers.
Chris Everhardus kicked-off to
Harry Cherry who received the ball
on the 10-yard line and returned the
ball to 29-yard line where he was
stopped by Savage. Wendel Walker
attempted to go around end but was
stopped by Smithers for a 6-yard loss.
Davis was stopped by Patanelli for a
1-yard gain. Huffman punted to the
Michigan 37 where the ball was
downed by Antonini. Everhardus'
fumble was recovered by Bissell for a
3-yard loss. Everhadus went over
right tackle and was stopped by Dal
Sasso. Sweet punted out of bounds
on the Indiana 40 for a 15-yard loss
on the exchange.
Walker tried over left guard but
was tackled by Patanelli and Wright
for a 4-yard loss. Davis went around
left end for first and ten. Huffman's
pass to Walker was incomplete. Wal-
ker tried left guard and was stopped
by Savage but the Hoosier quarter
fumbled, and recovered to be tackled
by Viergever. Huffman fumbled
again, recovered and was run out of
bounds by Patanelli on the 21-yard
Everhardus made first and ten
around the left end to the 6-yard line
and was stopped by Cherry. Indiana
called time out. Sweet lost 2 yards.
Everhardus fumbled going inside left
tackle and lost the ball to Dal Sasso.
Huffman punted to Everhardd
who received the ball on the 46, ran
to the 40 where he was knocked
down by Cherry and Beasley. Ren-
ner went over right guard and was
tackled by Sirtosky. Renner's pass
to Smithers was good and the re-
ceiver ran to the Indiana 16, where
he was run out of bounds by Cherry,
Everhardus lost four yards trying
the left end, being dropped by Anto-
nini and Davis. Everhardus failed
again at left guard. Livingston
broke through and dropped Renner
as he was attempting to pass for a
5 yard loss. Michigan took time out.
Renner's pass was knocked down by
Davis giving Indiana the ball on
Davis picked up 4 yards around
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STATE ROUTS KANSAS
EAST LANSING, Oct. 12. - (/') -
Michigan State's high-geared grid
machine, powered with a speedy run-
ning and deceptive aerial attack,
steam-rollered the Jayhawks of the
University of Kansas 42-0 before
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ORANGE ON TOP
SYRACUSE, N. Y., Oct. 12. -()-
Syracuse passed its way to a 21-14
victory over Cornell today in their
first game on Syracuse soil since
1898. It was Cornell's third loss in
a row and Syracuse's second win.
The game was witnessed by 10,000.
Pederson, Garber, Meyers, Campbell.
Indiana: Kendardine, Kesk, Olm-
stead, Livingston, Yoder, Fowler, Fox,
Norton, Filchock, Heistand, Oben-
Scoring: Michigan, touchdown by
Patanelli; Point-after touchdown,
NOTT, KLEWICKI, IN
BOSTON, Oct. 13. - Two former
Michigan collegiate stars, Doug Nott
and Ed Klewicki, will carry the main
burden in an effort o pull the De-
troit Lions out of their slump in the
National Pro Football League here
today against the Boston Redskins.
Monroe continued their winning
spree at the expense of Ann Arbor
yesterday morning on the local's own
field with a 20 to 3 victory. The vis-
itors scored a touchdown and the
extra point in the first period to take
a early lead. Ann Arbor came back
in the third frame to kick a field goal
and trail Monroe by four points go-
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ners then taliled 13 points to cinch
YALE COMES BACK
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 12. - (AP) -
A bruised, man-handled Yale team
suddenly found wings on its feet and
bulls eyes at the end of its pitching
arm today to thrill a huge crowd of
62,000 withta 31 to 20 victory over
Whipped, 20 to 12 at the end of
the first half of the first game
Yale has played here in 46 years, Old
Eli came back in the second half,
scoring three touchdowns, stirring
rival students to such a pitch that
half an hour after it was over, fist
fights raged up and down the field
for possession of the goal posts.
Mississippi State 20, Alabama 7.
N.Y.U. 25, Carnegie Tech 6.
U.C.L.A. 7, Stanford 6.
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