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THE MICHIGAN DiAILY

Upsets Eliminate Favorites From NationalTitle Con side

gration

Panthers And
Tigers Meet
First Defeat
Leaders Of Middle West
Continue On Consecutive
Winning Streaks
NEW YORK, Oct. 17.--A)-The
football lightning finally struck the
favorites today and wiped two proud
Eastern arrays, Pitt and Princeton,
off the undefeated list.
Pitt's Panthers, hailed as outstand-
ing contenders for the National
Championship after knocking off
Ohio State a week ago, bowed to
Duquesne's rugged defensive outfit,
7-0, and thus surrendered to an East-
err foe for the first time since 1928.
Princeton, unbeaten a year ago
when the Tigers were generally recog-
nizegl as Eastern titleholders, bowed
to Penn's fighting Quakers, 7-0, as
Lew Elverson dashed 57 yards to the
only touchdown of the game.
There were other surprises, such as
Lehigh's 7-6 conquest of Penn State,
Baylor's three-touchdown, fourth-
period splurge that sank highly fa-
vored Texs, 21-1, and Tennessee's
feat in holding Alabama to a score-
less tie but the defeat of the Panther
and the Tiger were the big jolts.
Otherwise the Eastern program fole.
lowed form as Yale's opportunists
sank the Navy, 12-7; Army routed
Harvard, 34-0, with that gridiron
wraith, Monk Meyer, again showing
the wary; Cornell's sophomores toppled
Syracuse, 2Q-7, as George Peck
sparled the Ithacans' powerful run-
ning attack; Villanova toppled West-
ern Maryland, 13-0; Dartmouth
whipped Brown, 34-0; Holy Cross
c h e~c k e d Manhattan, 13-7, and
Georgetown won from Bucknell, 19-0.
Lucliman Stars
On the intersectional side, Colum-
bia, paced by Sid Luckman, swamped
Virginia Military, 38-0, but Tulane's
Green Wave rolled over Colgate, 28-
6, and Nort Carolina nosed out New
York University, 14-13 as the Violets'
fourth period rally just failed to'tie
the score. Catholic and Boston Uni-
versity turned in triumphs over De-
Paul, 12-7, and Washington Univer-
sity, 6-0, respectively.
In the Mid-West, Minnesota, Pur-
due, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Mar-
quette andl Michigan State continued
their winning streaks. Minnesota,
stopping Michigan, 26-0, rang up its
20th consecutive victory. Northwest-
Orn twice came fromn behind to nip
Ohio State's Buckeyes, 14-13, in a
brilliant battle. Purdue's power
buried Chicago, 35-7 while Notre
Dame ran over Wisconsin, 27-0. Mich-
igan State and Marquette turned
back Big Six rivals, Missouri, 13-0,
and Kansas State, 13-0, respectively.
Scoreless Tie
Iowa and Illinois played to a score-
less draw in their Big Ten encounter;
Oklahoma won from Kansas, 14-0, in
the Big Six, Nebraska came from be-
hind to hang a 13-9 beating on In-
diana, and Detroit lost a tight inter-
sectional test to Auburn, 6-0.
While Texas was bowing to Bay-
lor, Texas Aggies moved ahead in
the Southwestern Conference race
With a convincing 18-7 conquest of
Texas Christian's erratic Horned
Frogs. Southern Methodist trampled
Vanderbilt, 16-0.
The southern program was marked
by Duke's 19-6 rout of Georgia Tech,
ample revenge for the Blue Devils'
defeat by the Engineers that spoiled
their record two years ago. Kentucky .
ran up a 39-7 count on Washington
& Lee in another intersectional en-
gagement between Southeastern
and Southern representatives. Geor-
gia dropped a 13-6 decision to Rice
in the Southwest group.

Marzonie Injured

Varsity Cage
Practice Opens
S C O R ESMonday Night

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George Marzonie, fiery guard of
the Michigan Varsity, was injured
early in yesterday's battle at Min-
nesota but will be back in action
this week-end for the Columbia
tilt. Marzonie is a junior but is
playing his first year, being ineli-
gible last season.
Notre Dame
Scores Victory
OverBadgers
SOUTH BEND, Ind., Oct. 17 -(P)
-Notre Dame's grid legions swung
into a touchdown march in the sec-
ond halfutodaynas the Irish rolled'
over the Badgers of Wisconsin 27 to
0 before a chilled throng of 25,000
spectators.
Fought to almost a standstill by
their scrappy opponents in the first
two periods, in which they scored
but six points, the Irish scored twice
in the third period and added an-
other touchdown in the final stanza.
Wisconsin's line,, in the first half,
held the Irish backs in check but for
the remainder of the game the Notre
Dame reserve strength was too much
for the tired invaders.
Notre Dame's first touchdown,
coming shortly after Danbom's at-
tempted field goal failed from the
27, was justly earned. Taking the
ball on their own 20 after a Badger
punt, the Ramblers marched straight
down the field to score, Bob Wilke
slashing 17 yards off tackle to score.
Eddie Jankowski, whose running
highlighted the Badger attack, broke
away for a 30 yard run that was the
longest sprint of the afternoon.
It was the first time in which
teams coached by two members of
the Notre Dame "Four Horsemen"
backfield had met. Harry Stuhl-
dreher, Badger coach, and Elmer Lay-
den of the Irish were mates on the
Irish 1924 championship eleven.

Big Ten
Minnesota 26, Michigan 0.
Northwestern 14, Ohio State
Purdue 35, Chicago 7.
Illinois 0, Iowa 0.
Notre Dame 27, Wisconsin 0.
Nebraska 13, Indiana 9.
Mid-West
Michigan State 13, Missouri 0.
Marquette 13, Kansas State 0.
Auburn 6, Detroit 0.
Oklahoma 14, Kansas 0.
Wayne 8, Michigan Normal 0.
Kalamazoo 20, Alma 6.
Albion 7, Olivet 0.
Hillsdale 0, Hope 0.
Western State Tchrs., 7, Val
aiso 0.
East
Pennsylvania 7, Princeton 0.
Duquesne 7, Pittsburgh 0.
Yale 12, Navy 7.
Columbia 38, V.M.I. 0.
Cornell 20, Syracuse 7.
Tulane 28, Colgate 6.
Dartmouth 34, Brown 0.
Army 32, Harvard 0.
South
Duke 19, Georgia Tech 6.
Rice 13, Georgia 6.
Tennessee 0, Alabama 0.
Kentucky 39, W. & L. 7.
Far West
UCLA 17, California 6.
Washington State 0, So. Calif.
Washington 19, Oregon State,

Northwestern.....
. Purdue...........
Cappon To Build Quintet Minnesota..........
13. Around Capt. John Gee Indiana..........
And John Townsend Illinois...........
The 1936-37 edition of the Mich- Chicago ............
igan basketball team will begin prac- Wisconsin .........
ticing for the coming cage season Ohio State .........
which opens against Michigan Nor- Michigan ..........

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effort. Michigan reverted to a more
wide open style of play after this and
enabled the Gophers to make the
total 26-0 when Wilbur Moore inter-
cepted a pass heaved by Stark Rit-
chie, and picking up a host of stock-
ers, raced down the side lines for the
fourth and final score of the game.
Faust converted from placement.
Minnesota has what is probably the
greatest line in football today and at
downfield blocking could not be sur-
passed. Only at center and at full
are there any even possibly weak
spots in the club.

mal tomorrow night at the Intra-
mural Sports Building.
Coach Franklin C. Cappon will
be conditioning what is probably the
most pr omisina team that Michigan
has seen in many a year. It boasts
not only competent reserves but out-
par- standing stars from last year's team
which finished in tie for third place

Dizzy Ranks
Self As Season's
FirstHoldout,
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 17.-(P)-Color-

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First downs..........
Yds. gained by rushing
Forward passes
attempted ..........
Forward passes
completed ..........
Forward passes
intercepted .........
Yds. by forward passing
Lateral passes completed
Yds. by lateral passes .
Punting average, from
scrimmage ........ ..
(x total yds., kicks
returned.............
Yds. lost by penalty ....
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'o er Substitute
Stops Michigan's
Defensive Record
Although Wilbur Moore is only a
reserve Minneapolis halfback who
scored one of four touchdowns against
Michigan yesterday, he should be
hailed as a hero in Minneapolis today
for it was this substitute who in the
fourth quarter ended a Wolverine de-
fensive, record that had extended
from Michigan's first season way
back in 1679 until late yesterday
afternoon.
At no time in Wolverine gridiron
history had a player on an opposing
eleven ever intercepted a Michigan
pass and then run for a touchdown.
A Minnesota man did it two years ago
but the play was called back, the
Gophers penalized, and the record
was still perfect.
Yesterday Moore caught a pass
that was thrown by Stark Ritchie in
the closing minutes of the game and
dashed 58 yards behind marvelous
blocking for a touchdown. No one
else, no matter how great, has ever
done that.

in the Conference standings behind ful Dizzy Dean, who's at his best Rinaldi C Svendsen
the Big Ten co-champions, Purdue when he talks about the contract Marzonie RG Twedell
and Indiana. troubles he knows so well, likened Jordan Q RT Midler
Leading the team will be Capt. Valpey RE King
John Gee, six foot nine inch center, himself to a canary ird today. Barclay QB Wilkinson
whose showing last season marks him "I can sing my song anywhere and LoyeQ WilkUramn
as one of the most improved players I like it anywhere," the eccentric St. Smithers RH Alphonse (C)
in the Big Ten and comparable to Louis Cardinal pitcher explained. "I Sweet FB Spadaccini
Mack Garner, giant center developed don't care where I play next year." Score by periods:
by Cappon some years back. Dizzy, with the variations that Michigan ........0 0 0 0- 0
Townsend Outstanding come from experience, was making Minnesota .......6 7 0 13-26
WithGeeis John T-ownsendAll-hisusualannountemetthat he was Scoring - Touchdowns, Alphonse,
Conference center last year despite a holdout and that he didn't care if Bthler, (Sub for Spadaccini), Ma-
the fact that he does not line-up he were traded. they (sub for Uram), Moore, (sub for
Alfonse).
at that position on the tip-off and "I guess I'm a holdout all right," Points after touchdown-Wilkin-
the only sophomore on the mythical he declared. "I ain't seen nobody at son, Faust (placekicks).
quintet, Townsend will enter com- the Cardinal office so they haven't Substitutions:
petition as the most dangerous man offered me a contract or talked terms. Michigan-ends, Smirk, Gedeon;
in Mid-Western basketball. He has But I'm a holdout until I'm signed." tackles, Luby, Siegel, Lincoln, Kra-
taken the place left vacant by the And, as for going to some other mer; guards, Vandewater, Peterson,
graduation of Purdue's Bob Kessler club, "well, I've found a lot of friends Heikkinen, Ziem; center, John Jor-
and Chicago's Bill Haarlow. in St. Louis and I would hate to leave dan; backs, Stanton, Phillips, Far-
His blind passes should be even! them," Dizzy continued, "but, as the mer, Levine, Ritchie, Campbell.
more effective this year than last, fellow said when the lion bit him, Minnesota-ends, Antil, Krezowski,
despite the graduation of his broth- 'that's Africa'." W a r n e r, Berryman, Milosevich;
er Earl who understood his style of "How do you like that one?" Dizzy tackles, Johnson, Hoel, Kilbourne;
play so well, for the other members asked gleefully. "I got it from Joe E. guards, Schultz, Earle, Riley, Larson,
of the squad are gradually becoming Brown. Wait 'til I spring it on Pep- D. Hanson, Bell, A. Rork. Centers,
accustomed to his unorthodox passes per Martin. He'll use it every time Hanson, Elmer, Kulbitski. Backs,
and should be able to show more co- he makes a speech." ,W. Rork, Matheny, Buhler, Gmitro,
operation than in time past. Thompson, Hunt, Faust, Moore, Ring.
Reserves Plentiful Officials-Referee: V. C. Lane (De-
To fill-up the holes left by the SOUTHERN RESULTS troit); Umpire: W. D. Knight (Dart-
graduation of Earl Townsend, Chelso Maryland and South Carolina won mouth); Field Judge: R. W. Huegel
Tamagno and Rudness there are Bill Southern Conference games, the for- (Marquette) ; Head Linesman: George
Barclay, Herm Fishman, Dick Long, mer from Virginia, 21-0 and South Simpson (Wisconsin).
Danny Smick, Matt Pataielli. Don Carolina from Virvinia, Tech, 14-0.
Brewer, Bill Lane, Ben Weaver and
Manny Slavin. for only one semester this season.
Also trying out for a position on Practice session will last about an
the squad will be Dick Joslin, center hour and a half four nights a week
and forward on the 1933-34 and 1934- until the hardwood floor is laid in
35 teams. Joslin dropped out of com- Yost Field House when regular prac-
petition last year and will be eligible tice will begin.

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