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THE AMICHIGANDAL

SUNDAY,, OCTOBER., .x. 935

Stat Upet,18=, ByBos c~aa hj*- Stte to0

Purle,28-7

Pitt VWhipe
By f' Irr~96
Purdue Wallops Chic ago,
19-0, As Detroit ILoses
To Catholic U., 13-7

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NEWTON, Mass., Oct. 19. -(AP-'-
An inspired Boston College football
team that refused to be daunted by
Michigan State College's impressive
record scored a stunning 18 to 6 up-
set victory over the Spartans here to-
day.
A startled crow d of 15,000 saw the
Spartans' vaunted7 running and pass-
ing attack ruiner by the fast cha- g-
ing Eagles' line.
Dinatale, substitute quarterback for
Boston, was bulwark on defense in
the latter part of the game, repeat-
edly throwing the speedy Mich "igani
State ball carriers for heay u losses.
He also scored the final Boston t ouch-
down, in the dying minutes of the
game.
The Spartans were unable to score
after the first few minutes, when
Agett passed to Zarza in the end..>ne,
after a Boston fumble had set the
stage.

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.n 'sett ParkC'or the fall twenty-f
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C avalcadisslated to come out of'
a aenf:'(ed etrm ct 1o metDi;-
covervx7in a 55 _0 mtch,,race which'
Waiter E. O'1ar-aJprpse or
Nov. 9. It will be at a milo, and
Ibre-sxtenihrand each nuorse twill
Carry 1,26 onn
Smith hasbena liberal noi-minator'
in the 10 sae ihc feature the,
rneceting. Good G'ood's, Psychic Bid
and Flack Gift haze been nominated:
for the 810,000 New England Handi-
cap, th,-e ihgt of the meeting.
Blok Gltarnd 1Psych xictidare
also cel<iibl for the 5,0 Fall Rivr~
H n+icapand _Psychic id will go iIl
t'he ,500 all ages Worcester Handi-
cap.

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Ce~egeIt' Vi-cn~ t Inox 11,,to its place ih the football suan as a
winnng t --' r~t 7 cc~ncc.v defeats over a four-year paeriod.
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Ohio State 28, Purple7
COLUMBUS, 0., Oct. 19.-- (A1) -
Ohio State won its opening Big Ten
game of the year today, defeating
a clawing Northwestern "Wildcat
eleven 28 to 7.
The Bucks, touted as probable
league champions, passed to two
touchdowns in the first pe)rioid, and
followed with one in the se.;cond and
another in the closing stanza.
Northwestern, displaying a rugged
line and a deceptive attack, scored
in the second and threatened sever-
al times.z
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 19. - (/P) _-
Tulane's Green Wave was only a
ripple on the football seas today as
Minnesota's powerful dreadnaught
sank the boys from Dixie under a
score of 20 to 0.
Thirty-five thousand spectators
witnessed the intersectional gridiron
battle in which only the generous use
of second and third-string reserves
by Bernie Bierman prevented the
score being greater than it was.
The victory proved a costly one for
the Gophers, however, as Minnesota's
captain and quarterback, Glenn Seid-
el, received a broken collar bone late
in the game. Trainers said he would
be out for the rest of the season.
Purdue 19, Chicago 0
CHICAGO, Oct. 19. - (IP) - The
lame and the halt, Cecil Isbell and
John Drake, shook off their miseries
long enough today to lead Purdue's
Boilermakers to a 19 to 0 triumph
over Chicago's brave little band to-
day before 25,000 spectators at Stagg
Field.
Right up to game time Isbell, sen-
sational sophomore halfback from
Houston, Tex., and John Drake, the
Boilermakers' veteran fullback star,
were not expected to get into the bat-
tle because of injuries. But by the
time the second period, during which

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last and the sun shines once more
on the old golden dome.
After four weary years of fighting
and trying they made the ei ossiin- to-
dlay when they came from behind to
beat the Panthers from Pittsburgh.
9-6.
HUSKER BACK IS FAST
Lloyd Cardwell, Nebraska halfback
Weighs 190 bounds, stands 6 feet 3
inches and can run 100 yards in 9.81
seconds.

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olic Uje'i,01-/hoton, came
fromben> d1o)o!15 a' niversity
of n,- t t . .dfeto the sea-
s on, I3-,.<' ,: .ci ii ardinals
Scoredi Il >ad ' coalown late
111theIIITO l~i~I o a 9-ard for-
xvav laera p. ~lry wich ended
nY-hil~'l2it'0 P xi' cossng the
ytiil 7, ialy7
YALI,' JL NWHAVEN, Oct.
19. (1 _ "'Ic jda in stadier
foobal iniin prn ie, sueeedout
a on-oitOu-ihevrte Navy
tday, 7 to IIf3 o'ea crowd of 60,-
;;,0f0 ,obges lie (astern season.
The Elis scored ' in the first period
on a 20 -yard iti by Al Hessber g,
sophomore halfback_. Navy's touch-
down xvas ta i-i the third quarter
by Fullba t JohnSchmidt.
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SOUTTI- 37 7 u. 9-/i)-
Notre:Dn:es Ilng l-Ih have
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and as a result lacked that necessarey3
i~a' x-ra~m s schl a eciding-ae
nor ha a good (ha nce of big
named on the nxytn,.(cal All-American
e-leven.
Anothor deciding factor favoGring
Kipke's proteges is embodied inth
ort~e word confidence. Since they hav
defeated both Indiana and Wisconsn
NMichigan has regained the confidce
of the championship team. Itma
be that Ohio State's and Minnesota's,
ov er-confidence will allow Miwchigant
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