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THE MICHIGAN DAILY -'PA

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St. Marys Loses
To Marquette
By 20-7 Score
'Buzz' Buivid's 75-Yard
Run For A Touchdown
Features Grid Classic
C4IICAGO, Oct. 30.- VP) -Mar-
quette University's football team re-
ained .among the leading contend-
ers for the Rose Bowl bid when they
defeated a strong St. Marys teamf
here tonight by the score of 20 to 6.
It was the second straight defeat for
the Gaels while Marquette retained
its unbeaten record by gaining its
fifth straight victory of the season.
With the floodlights of the huge
lake front stadium gleaming down
on their golden-hued uniforms, the,
stalwarts from Milwaukee struck with
startling suddenness in the first period
for two touchdowns. The big Gaels,
bearing down with their great ad-
vaptage in weight, blasted right back
for .a touchdown before the initial
period ended, and were on the way1
to another when the half closed.-
Opening up again in the third ses-
sion, Marquette clinched its fifth
BULLETIN
CHICAGO, Oct. 30.-(')--Reports I
that two or three Minnesota football
stars might be declared ineligible for
Saturday's game with Northwestern
were learned tonight to be unfounded.
In a secret-session yesterday with
members of the Big Ten committee,
Jqhn L. Griffith, Big Ten commis-
sioncr, discussed the eligibility of nu-I
merous Western Conference players,
with none being identified.
Major Griffith would make no com-
ment other than to say that the en-
tire matter was settled at the com-
mittee meeting last spring and that
no Gopher players would be kept out
of the lineup against the Wildcats.

etroit Upsets
Dukes In Last
Period 14 To 7
Palumiho-Farkas Passes
Score Two Touchdowns

SPARTAN FROSH WIN man football team today celebrated
EAST LANSING, Oct. 30.--(A')- a 14-to-0 victory over the Central
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triumph of the campaign on a long
pass from the brilliant Buivid to Bill
(Red) Higgins, six-foot junior end,
which a bit of good fortune helped
turn into the final touchdown of an
exciting struggle.
Buivid, 190 pounds of speed and
red-hot passing talent, touched off
the first touchdown drive with a daz-
zling sweep of 20 yards around the
Gael's left end. He finished it seven
plays later with a 13-yard dash
around the'same flank. Ward Cuff's
place-kick made it 7 to 0.
Stung but far from 'groggy by
Marquette's opening wallop, St.
Mary's started out to get that touch-
down back in a hurry, only to have
the flashing Buivid turn a passing as-
sault into the second avalanche score.
Ned O'Laughlin, hard-working Gael
halfback, shot a 15-yard pass to John
Giannoni, then unleashed a long
heave at the same receiver.
Buivid Scores On Long Run
Buivid leaped in front of Gian-
noni, snatched the ball from the Gale+
end's outstretched hands ,and head-
ed for the St. Mary's goal-line 15
yards away. He cut over to the
eastern side line, jerked loose from1
one defender and, with blocking when'
it counted most, dived into the corn-
er for his second touchdown. Cuff's
second attempt for an additional,
point was wide.
Still anything but licked, the Gaels;
started all over again and this time
marched straight up the field on pow-
er plays to their touchdown.1
Traynor Will Again
Manage Pittsburgh
PITTSBURGH, Oct. 30.-W)-Pie
Traynor tucked a new contract as
manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates in
his pocket today and headed for the
trading marts-his eyes gleaming at
the mention of pitchers and back-
stops.
Pie hasn't had any luck on his ear-
lier treks to Cincinnati, St. Louis and
way points. But he hasn't given up,
despite the fact that few worthwhile
catchers are on the block and pitch-
ers are just as scarce.
If his luck remains bad-and Tray-
nor doesn't believe it will-he can
find consolation in Pirate rookies
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State Prepares t
For Comeback
Against Boston
BOSTON, Oct. 30.-(A)-Michigan
State College and Boston College pre-
pared their football forces tonight for
a classic battle Saturday that will
match the Michigan team's speed and
forward passes against Boston's pow-
er-house running attack.
State, fighting for a" comeback af-
ter losing to Marquette last Saturday,
staked its hopes on a cocky squad of
sophomores andjuniors, bolstered by
veterans who are fighting mad be-
cause their coach demoted them.
Boston considered Coach Charley
Bachman's punitive action a piece of
strategy that would send his greener
material into the game primed to
make good, with the seniors trying to
show up their younger team mates
and win back regular assignments.
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DETROIT, Oct. 30. - (A) - Uni-
versity of Detroit's football Titans,
paced by Andy Farkas and Ed Pa-j
lumbo, flashed a brilliant attack in
the fourth quarter tonight to come
from behind and down Duquesne
University, 14 to 7. Farkas scored
both Detroit touchdowns on passes
from Palumbo.
More than 15,000 saw the loosely-
played gane, in which fumbles cost
much yardage and in which Du-
quesne drew a total of 140 yards in
penalties for illegal shifts, roughness
and holding.
With only 15 seconds to play, two
Duquesne players were sent to the
showers for their fistic protest against
a penalty assessed by Referee Mag-
idsohn.
The Dukes, after fighting the De-
troiters from their goal line through-
out the first half, drove into Titan
territory just as the second period
ended, and r took advantage of a
blocked punt in the third to score.:
Crutchfield of Duquesne caught the
rebounding ball behind the Detroitj
goal line, and Brumbaugh added the 1
extra point from placement.
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S. A.E.'s Seek Third Win Over
Phi Delt In 'Empty Jug' Game
By ROY HEATH to 0 defeat of the boys from the East
Grid strife flares on Washtenaw side as the team split into two sep-
tomorrow promptly at 10:15 a.m. as )irate units under rival quarterbacks.
the fighting Phi Delt touch football Sidewalk experts are giving a slight'
team from the East side invades the edge to the S.A.E. aggregation in viewI
S.A.E. Bowl on the West side to of their performance in other years
bandy pigskins for the newly insti- but others contend that Larry Barasa
tuted 'Little Empty Jug' in the an- of the Phi Delts who was forced out
nual grid classic between the two fra- of Varsity competition by a back in-
ternities. jury will turn the tide in favor of
This is the third meeting of the the victory starved Phi's. Both schools
two teams and the first time the 'Lit- of thought agree that the game will
tle Empty Jug' has been used. .In not be the nip and tuck affair it was
other years the boys battled for a in years past because of the changed
16-gallon keg of beer. This year prize.
someone with a flare for tradition de- Coach Dave Hunn of the Phi Delts
cided to change the prize, much to predicted a clear cut victory last
the disgust of all concerned. night as his starting lineup started

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In the two previous tilts the Phi
Delts have tasted bitter defeat ex-
actly twice. In 1934 they were nosed
out by the slender margin of 8 to 6
as a Phi Delt safety man waved to

for the Union. Captan Stan Cox of
the S.A.E.'s yesterday afternoon for-
saw a pushover for his team as he
piloted his charges through their last
paces.

an admiring Theta. The same thing The game will be broadcast over
aappened to the next safety and the the Neutral Broadcasting Public Ad-
loss was contested on the grounds dress system by Reed Low, veteran
that the S.A.E.'s planted the Theta. Phi Delt commentator on most any
In 1935 internal strife caused the 32 subject.

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