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November 10, 1935 - Image 6

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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1935

Conference Leaders Find Going Rough With Underdo

g Foes

Purdue Loses
To Wisconsin
In Big Upset
Badgers Find Long Needed
Attack To Silence Talk
Of 'EasyMark' Team
CAMP RANDALL STADIUM, Mad-
ison, Wis., Nov. 9. - (P) - Wiscon-
sin's victory-starved Badgers shook
off the memory of five straight de-
feats to hammer out a 8 to 0 decision
over Purdue here today in one of the
major upsets in the Western Con-
ference.
A homecoming crowd of 17,000 saw
Wisconsin play a brilliant game to
take its first win of the campaign.
Mortell constantly kept the boiler-
makers in a hole by quick kicking out
of bounds inside Purdue's ten yard
line. His kicks, placed with uncanny
accuracy, kept Purdue in the shad-
c'w of their goal posts and set the
stage for Wisconsin's first score.
Mortell had kicked out of bounds
on the Boilermaker ten yard line and
Wright, attempting to kick out from
the end zone, had his kick blocked.
Golmeske recovered for a safety, to
put Wisconsin ahead, 2-0, at the end
of the first half.
PITT BEATS ARMY
PITTSBURGH, Nov. 9. - (AP) -
The football! hosts of Pittsburgh,
blasting through the line, and shell-
ing the foe from aloft, scored an
amazing 29 to 6 triumph this after-
noon over the Cadets of West Point.

Ann Arbor Takes 32-7 U. S. Wis BY SHUTOUT
Victory From Jackson IYOKOHAMA, Japan, Nov. 9.-(P)-
SAfter two defeats, the American am-
Ann Arbor high scored in every pe- ateur baseball team today defeated
riod against Jackson yesterday after- the Yokohama Higher Commercial
noon on the mud of Wines Field to School, 9-0.
grab a 32 to 7 victory to close its -
season assured of at least a tie for
the Five-A League championship.
After the Purple tied the score inC
the first period and went into the
lead at the end of the first half, the
issue was never in doubt. Jackson
had to be content in trying to hold 1 _1-7-__
the score down.' -

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