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November 10, 1935 - Image 7

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Notre Dame's Rose Bowl Hopes


By Valiant Purple

Comes Back To
Trip Irish, 14-7
Hard Charging Wildcats
Capitalize On Break In
Last Quarter To Win
SOUTH BEND, Nov. 9 - Lynn
Waldorf's scrapping Wildcats from
Northwestern stopped Notre Dame
short in its victory march to the
Rose Bowl today, when they turned
in a 14-7 win here.
Toth's punting and the hard run-
ning of the Wildcat backs kept the
lauded Irish attack at bay at the
crucial points. Fumbles cut into the
Notre Dame rushing game and sent
the South Bend fans home with
long faces.
With the score tied, 7-7, in the
final quarter, the Irish launched a
drive on the Purple goal from their
21-yard line but Fromhart fumbled
and Tangora, who played heads up
ball all day for Northwestern, recov-
ered on Notre Dame's 30-yard line.
Heap and Duvall carried the ball over
in six smashing line plunges with
Heap striking off his left tackle from
the five-yard line for the touchdown.
The Irish scored a touchdown in
the opening minutes of the game
when Don Elser skirted his right end
for the score, but the touchdown was
ruled out, and Notre Dame was penal-
ized 15 yards for holding.
Disdaining to use anything but
line plunges, NotresDame capped a
great drive from midfield late in the
first period, when Elser ploughed
through center from the one foot line
for a touchdown.

Drives Over For Winning Score Against Irish

Marquette Passes
Overcome M.S.C.
Marquette's golden avalanche kept
its place in the dwindling list of the
nation's undefeated football teams
by downing a hard-fighting Michigan
State College team, 13 to 7, before
more than 20,000 roaring spectators
here today.
Al and Art Guepe scored both of
Marquette's touchdowns on passes
from Buivid.
very important chorus rehearsal at
five o'clock at the Laboratory Theatre
Monday. Everyone must be present.
Chinese Students: All Chinese stu-
dents are invited to attend the C. t
C. A. monthly meeting to be held at
7:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 11, in Stalker
Hall. Prof. Roy W. Sellars and Mr.
Y. E. Hsiao, General-Secretary of the
organization, will give short talks.
Refreshments will be served.
Economics Club: There will be a
meeting at 7:30 Tuesday, November
12, Room 302 of the Union, at which
time Professor F. E. Ross will discuss
the subject of the Elections in the
Automobile Industry. Members of
the staffs in Economics and Business
Administration, and graduate stu-
dents in these departments are cor-
dially invited.
Book group of the Michigan Dames
will meet at the League, Wednesday
evening, November 13, 8 o'clock.
Michigamua: There will be a spe-
cial meeting of the tribe at 11:30 p.m.
John C'kwley.


Your Attention Please!




"Same-Day Service"

-Associated Press Photo.
Don Heap, sophomore back from Northwestern, at times a will o'
the wisp and at other times a driving, hard smashing line plunger, was
directly responsible for the sad hearts and stilled tongues in the Notre'
Dame camp today. Heap was a constant threat throughout the game
and climaxed his brilliant running when he plenged from the five yard
line for the winning touchdown in the fourth quarter.

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a.m., Service with sermon on, "Poly-
carp and Other Rich Poor-men";
5:30 p.m. Student fellowship and
supper; 6:30 p.m., Prof. Louis Bred-
vold will speak on; "The Student and
His Curriculum."
Bethlehem Evangelical Church, S.
Fourth Avenue, Theodore Schmale
Pastor: 10:30 /a.m.-Morning Wor-
ship. Sermon topic: The Success of
the Meek. The third sermon in a
series on the Beatitudes.
St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Third
and West Liberty Streets, Carl A.
Brauer, Pastor: 9:30 a.m.- Church
School; 9:30 a.m. - Service in the
German language; 10:45 a.m.-
Morning worship and sermon by Mr.
Brauer on "Family Worship."
6 p.m.- Student-Walther League
supper and fellowship hour; 7 p.m.-
An illustrated lecture on "The Life
of Dr. Martin Luther" will be given
in the church auditorium under the
sponsorship of the Student-Walther
League. The public is invited.
Unitarian Church: 5:30-Mr. Mar-
ley will speak on "Will It Be Treason,"
a play. 6:30 -Buffet Supper for
Students. 7:30 -Dr. Preston James
will speak on "Jackson .Hole." 9:00-
Social Hour.
Lutheran Student Club: Prof. Louis
Bredvold will speak to the Club in
the parish hall of the Zion Lutheran
Church on Washington Street, this
Thensocial hour will be at 5:30
o'clock and supper will be served at 6.
All Lutheran students and their
friends are invited.
H1illel Independents: Regular meet-
ing at the Foundation at 8 p.m. Dr.
Heller will lead the discussion on a
very interesting topic in an open for-
um. After the meeting, refreshments
will be served. All M.C.H.I. members
and their guests are cordially invited.
Scalp and Blade meeting at 5 p.m.
in Union. All members are requested
to be present. Room to be posted.
Genesee Club: The following men:-
Bartholomew, Dmipple, Goda, Huff,
Karle, Kingsley, Mayne, and Schwa-I
der, will be initiated at the annual in-
itiation meeting of the Genese Club
at 4:30 at the Union. The meeting
will be followed by a dinner and the
speaker for the evening will be Prof.
All Chinese Students: A group pic-
ture of all the Chinese students is to

be taken for the Michigan Ensian
(Year Book), at two o'clock, Sunday
afternoon, November 10, at Rentsch-
eer's Studio, 319 E. Huron.
Hillel Indepdents: There will be a
short "cross-country" hike for mem-
bers and their friends this afternoon.
All interested, meet at the Foundation
at 2:15 p.m.
Coming Events
Psychology Journal Club will meet
Tuesday, November 12, 8:15 p.m.,
Room 3126 Natural Science Building.
Mrs. Johnson and Miss Springer will
review recent Comparative Psychol-
ogy Monographs.
Mathematical Club will meet on
Tuesday, November 12, 8:00 p.m., in
3201 A. H. Professor W. D. Baten
will speak on "Frequency Distribu-
tions of the Means of Independent
Variables whose Frequency Distribu-
tions can be Dissected into Compon-
ent Frequency Laws."
Pi Tau Pi Sigma: All newly elected
members will report to Room 301 An-
nex promptly at 5:00 p.m., Monday,
November 11, to be formally pledged.
Payments of one-half the initiation
fee will be taken at that time.
To Members of the School of Edu-
cation: A Mixer will be held at the
Women's Athletic Building on Wed-
nesday, Nov. 13, at 7:30 p.m.
Luncheon for graduate students on
Wednesday, November 13 at twelve

o'clock in th eRussian Tea Room of
the Michigan League Building. Cafe-
teria service. Dr. William H. Hobbs,
Professor Emeritus of Geology, will
speak informally on "Earthquakes."
Michigan Dames Tour Group will
meet Monday, Nov. 11, 8:15 p.m., in
the lobby of the Michigan League.
The group will be conducted through
the E. Medical Building. All Dames
are invited to attend.
Hillel Players: All members are
urged to attend a very important
.neeting Wednesday, November 13,
4 p.m. at the Foundation. Emergency
elections and the formation of a
program are on the agenda.
Gilbert and Sullivan's Ruddigore

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