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TIDE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Wildcat Attack
Clicks In Last
Period March
Young Wolverine Eleven
Checks Vaunted Offense
For Three Quarters
(Continued from Page 1)
the score came late in the fourth
quarter. With the line opening big
holes and the interference leading
the way effectivtly, Stark Ritchie,
dragging his "charley-horse" behind
him, dominated a sustained drive that
took the ball to Northwestern's 30
from the Wolverine 16.
A successful pass from Smithers to.
Quarterback Bill Barclay resulted in
a fourth consecutive first down on
the 20, and two plays later a pass
by the same combination just missed
connecting for a score. At this point
Coach Kipke rushed Marzonie, junior
guard from Flint, into the game, and
the latter's attempt for a field goal
fell short, with the Purple following
it up with a touchdown drive.
Ritchie returned the next North-
western punt to the Michigan 45, but
the Varsity lost the ball on its own
37 on a fumble by Smithers. Smith-
ers was knocked out on the play
and had to leave the game. He was
not injured seriously.
On the first Northwestern play
John 'Kovatch advanced the ball to
within six yards of a touchdown on
an end-around play. Marzonie and
Rinaldi stopped Toth on the four,
Garber nailed Toth on a spinner at
the two-yard line, and combined with
Rinaldi' to hold the same Wildcat
back to a half-yard gain on the third
down.

SCORES
EAST
Holy Cross 32, Boston 0.
Columbia 17, Syracuse 0.
Dartmouth 20, Cornell 6.
Duquesne 13, Carnegie Tech 0.
Navy 20, Harvard 13.
Manhattan 13, Georgetown U. 0.
New York U. 46, Rutgers 0.k
Pennsylvania 19, Penn State 12.
Yale 26, Princeton 23.
Temple 6, Villanova 0.
Notre Dame 20, -Army 6.
SOUTH
Tennessee 26, Vanderbilt 13.
Georgia 12, Tulane 6.
Florida 18, Sewanee 7.
Louisarna State 19, Auburn 6.
Alabama 20, Georgia Tech 16.
Kentucky 7, Clemson 6.
Duke 27, North Carolina 7.
MIDWEST
Missouri 21, Oklahoma 14.
Kansas State 47, Iowa State 7.
Detroit 16, Xavier (Cincinnati) 0.
Wayne U. 14, Buffalo 6.
Butler 13 ,Western (Mich.) State
Teachers 7.
Michigan State Normal 19, Indi-
ana State Normal 13.
SOUTHWEST
Arkansas 17, Southern Methodist 0.
Texas Christian 26, Centenary 0.
Baylor 13, Oklahoma A & M 0.
FAR WEST
Washington 12, Southern Califor-
nia 0.

Purple Backs Moved Over Large Area, Statistics Show

Northwestern
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Michigan (0) Toth (sub for Geyer); field goal, Toth (Cornell); umpire, E. C. ]
Patanelli (C) (place kicks. (Ohio U.); field judge, R. W. F
Siegel Northwestern subs: Ends. Diehl,wad (Oi U.-Srcs)
Garber wald, (Ohio U. - Syracuse:,
Garber Kiamm. Tackles, Voigts, Wray, Sprin- linesman, J. J. Lipp, (Chicagc
RinaldiIl. uardsCaJ.Lippd(Chicag-
RC,,!ger. Guards. Calvano, Reid, Schrei- ,, ,

Krieger ,Lateral passes attempted 0
Finster- Punting average (from
scrimmage).......... 36
head Total yards, kicks
o) .returned .........77
Mich. Opponents fumbles recov-

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Mississippi Is Easy
For Marquette, 330
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Nov. 14.-(i')
-Playing brilliant offensive football,
Marquette's undefeated and untied
eleven swept to a 33 to 0 victory over
Mississippi in the final home game
today before 17,000. Art Guepe and
Ray Buivid led the Marquette at-
tack.

Burnett RT Lincoln ber. Halfbacks, Adelman, Boger,
Zitko RE Smick Kaufman. Fullbacks, Toth, Mesec.
Vanzo Q3 Barclay Michigan subs: Ends, Valpey, Ged-
Jefferson LH Hook eon. Tackles, Pacquette. Guards,
Heap RH Smithers Brennan, Vandewater, Marzonie.
Geyer F; Sweet Center, John Jordan. Quarterbacks,
Score by periods: Levine. Halfbacks, Cooper, Piotrow-
Northwestern......0 3 0 6-9 ski, Phillips, Ritchie. Fullbacks,
Michigan.........0 0 0 0-0 Stanton.
Northwestern scoring: Touchdown, Officials: Referee, Fred Gardner,

N'west'n
First downs ........... 12
Yards gained rushing . . 264
Forward passes attempt-
ed...................5
Forward passes complet-
ed .................. . 2
Forward Passes Intercepted
by .................. . 0
Yards by forward
passes ............... 53

3 ered.............. 3 4
58 Yards lost by pentlty .... 25 0
*Includes punts and kickoffs.
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KALAMAZOO 20, OLIVET 0
2 KALAMAZOO, Mich., Nov. 14.-(P)
-Kalamazoo College completed its
1 first undefeated football season since
1916 with a 20 to 0 triumph over Oli-
24 vet today.

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Stanford 20, Oregon State 14.
California 28, Oregon 0.
Washington State 32, U.C.L.A.
Montana 16, Idaho 0.

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Toth Scores
But the hero of the Minnesota vic-
tory took the ball for the fourth con-
secutive time and plunged over cen-
ter for a touchdown,i failing to con-
vert for the extra point, however.
Two previous Northwestern touch-
down threats fell short. Once when
Ritchie carried an intercepted pass
from his own five to the 32 behind
splendid blocking, and again later
when fullback Ced Sweet recovered
Heap's fumble over the Michigan goal
for a touchback.
Captain Matt Patanelli again
showed why he is deserving of All-
American ranking. In action for the
first time since the Pennsylvania
game last Saturday and running with
a decided limp, he was by far the
best end on the field, smashing the
touted Northwestern interference
with a vengeance and following the
ball like a hawk. Left-tackle Siegel
again played a beautiful game, fol-
lowing up Patanelli's smashing tackle
with tackle after tackle.
Bissell Starts
Rinaldi and Sweet, moved in close
with Smithers in Coach Kipke's
"nine-man line," were thorns in the
side of the Purple's offense all after-
noon. Frank Bissell started his first
game of the year after playing reg-
ularly all last season and proved a,
bulwark, stopping Heap from behind
on the five-yard line on one occa-
sion when a Wildcat touchdown was
in the offing.
John Brennan proved himself a
comer at guard with the manner in
which he moved out of the line to
take out the Northwestern ends on
offense, and Garber again was his
defensive self at guard. The play of
Danny Smick and Jim Lincoln yes-
terday augers well for the right side
of the Michigan line next season.
Barclay called signals all after-
noon and performed capably on of-
fense as well as playing his usual
steady defensive game. Ritchie eas-
ily was Michigan's best running back.
In the statistics column, North-
western outrushed Michigan 264
yards to 58, and 12 first downs to
eight; and outpassed the Wolverines,
53 yards to 24. Sweet held the re-
putedly outstanding Toth even in
punting, both averaging 36 yards
from the line of scrimmage.
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Minnesota Bulldogs
Texas U., 49 To 19
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 14.-(A)-
Minnesota bulldogged the Texas
Longhorns in typical Bierman fa-
shion today and when the sun had
set on Memorial Stadium 45,000 spec-
tators saw the brand of a 47-19 de-
feat on the invaders from the South-
west.
Stampeded for most of the game
while the Golden Gophers were scor-
ing seven touchdowns, the Longhorns
fought back gamely to score two of
their three counters in the last five
minutes, one of them the result of
bad judgment by Minnesota, when
the lineup was spotted with reserves.
To the invaders went the distinction
of scoring the most points against a
Gopher defense in four years.
Hugh Wolfe, Texas , fullback,
thrilled the Dad's Day crowd with a
93-yard runback of the kickoff in
the third period for the first Long-
horn score.

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