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SUNDAY, OCT. 17, 1937

THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~T3NDAY, OCT. 17, 1137

5 ARKANSAS .... 6 SYRACUSE .... 14 NAVY.
15 TEXAS .. .. .. . .. CORNELL.. . ....6 HARVARD

0 INDIANA
0. . . ILLINOIS

.13 N'WESTERN ... 14 PRINCETON ... 16 WISCONSIN ...
.6 PURDUE .......7 CHICAGO ..... 7 IOWA........

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Old Eli BeatsArmy, 15-7
NEW HAVEN, Oct. 16.-(A)-Yale's scored the other touchdown for the

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Really Here To Learn . . .
MICHIGAN still has one of the best
bands in the country.
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After all, Michigan and Chicago
are educational institutions.

being a bit optimistic, because the
play was accruing about fifteen yards
down the field.-
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The Spirit Was There ...
Hercules Renda was afforded suchl

plucky boys in blue capitalized on
the breaks in their big bowl at New
Haven yesterday, and today stood
out as one of the East's strongest
teams as a result of its 15 to 7 vic-
tory over Army's stubborn soldiers. 1
Clint Frank again stood out as he
tossed a touchdown pass to left end'
Charley Miller, and led the Old EliI
attack. Al Wilson, fleet Yale backc

Blue, Dave Colwell tallied one coun-
ter from placement after Wilson's
touchdown jaunt.
Yale outrushed Army, 209 yards to
110, and made a dozen first downs
to the Cadet's $.
Army's best weapon was a fancy
pass attack. Samuel, a replacement
at right end for Sullivan tallied the
only Army touchdown on a pass.

The Gopher attack against Mich-
igan yesterday, owed much to the
services of Vic Spadaceini, power-
ful..halfback. With the third pe-
riod but four minutes old', Vic
caught a 14-yard pass and slithered
his way 30 yards to a touchdown
eluding three or four would-be
Wolverine tacklers en route.
130,000 See First
Pair Of Home Tilts
Michigan followers searching to-
day for some sort of consolation after
yesterday's terrible time in the sta-
dium might look at the attendancel
figures, for their, at least, rests theI
story of success for one Wolverine
department connected with the game.I
Some 60,000 fans were in the stands
yesterday, and that figure, coupled
with the attendance number of 70,-
000 at the Michigan State fracas gives
the 'front office" the largest total at-
tendance at the first two home games
of any single season since the foot. -
ball depression bug buried its claws
in this area in 1934.
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- !_little protection on receiving punts.
Coach Bernie Bierman, be- that five or six Gophers almost broke
sieged by handshakers and re- their necks getting a piece of Herc
porters in the Gopher locker . . . Dan Smick, battered and bruised
room after the game, expressed a before the game, slashed and crashed
ly. Still of mournful visage, he in the Wolverine line. He blocked the
refused to designate a star among punt that led to the only score, fil-
his warriors, but did say he ex- tered through several times to smear
pected to get a good night's sleep Gopher backs . . . Ralph Heikkinen,
for a change. who played 57 minutes of the game
at left guard, had two stitches taken
- in his lip after the brawl . . . Bill
The Gophers sang and shouted ju- Smith still didn't know after the
bilantly, relievedly, for the pressure's game whether he was on offense or
been on in Minneapolis. As Capt. defense during most of the fray ..
Ray King said, "That ought to take He was bumped on the head and
the heat off." Bill Matheny was the suffered a lapse of memory.
object of considerable back-slapping, , Joe Savilla played with a cast
for the little halfback had "come
back." on his left hand as protection for
a compound dislocation of his
middle finger, and he didn't com-
Kipke, strangely deserted by hand- plain. . . Jack Brennan appeared
shakers, did have a few 'reporters as s4mewhat ruffled when he was
consolation. "It had to happen to relieved by Pederson, as he
me," bemoaned the Michigan coach. wagged his head objectingly to
Minnesota was immense, in his opin- Kipke.
ion. And everybody else's present. Fred Janke finally emerged in his
~-®--original role, as a tackle, and he was
Michigan's pass defense still on the rough end of several crushing
resembled a swiss cheese, and tackles ... The game was rough be-
smelled as badly. Fortunately, the yond doubt, as Buhler and Uram were!
Gophers had no Pingles or damaged on the field, Uram receiv-
Heaps. ing a broken wrist . . . Two guys in
-- the end zone were also knocked out
Someone remarked that Mich- -by bad booze.
igan's passing was accurate
enough--to Minncsota receivers.

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KENTUCKY HAS EASY TIME
Capt. Joe Rinaldi tussled with I LEXINGTON, Ky., Oct. 16.-(A1)_.._
Horace Bell, colored Gopher guard,' Led by Halfback Bob Davis, who
on the kickoff after the fourth touch- scored five touchdowns and ripped
down, and Joe put on a good show. off sensational runs of 100 yards and'
He crashed Bell, then threw a terrific 80 yards, the University of Kentucky'
block into him. And then shoved Wildcats came to life today and
him to the ground. But Joe was smeared Washington and Lee 41 to 6.
Badgers Stay In Select Class
As Princeton Subdues Chicago

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How Minnesota Won
Statistics of the Minnesota-Mich-
igan football game:
Minn. Mich.
First downs ............16 31
Yards gained by rushing
(Net) ..................260 191
Forward passes attempted . 7 22 I
Forward passes completed . 4 5
Yards gained by forward;
passes .................130 35
Yards lost, attemptedfor-
ward passes .............0 7;
Forward passes intercepted
by ................... . 6 1
Yards gained, run back of{
intercepted passes .......49 17
Punting average (from
scrimmage) ............ 32 35
Total yards, kicks returned

MADISON, Wis., Oct. 16.-(IP)-An
alert University of Wisconsin foot-
ball team repulsed a rugged Iowa
offense today and treated a home-
coming crowd of 31,000 to a 13 to 6
victory, the fourth consecutive win
for the Badgers this season.
Wisco.nsin capitalized on three Iowa
fumbles early in the first quarter and,
brought its pass attack into play to
score the first touchdown.
The Iowans scored, followed again
by Wisconsin.
WAS ONLY A SCARE
CHICAGO, Oct. 16.-(P)-A ,green
undermanned University of Chicago
team gave Princeton a tremendous l
scare for the first 30 minutes of their
intersectional battle today and then
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fell away before the Tigers' superior
power.
Trailing 7 to 3 at the start of the:
second half, Princeton drove relent-
lessly through the Chicago line to
register two touchdowns and to tri-
umph 16 to 7 before 20,000 speca-
tors.
Princeton. coached by Fritz Crisler,
who first saw a Tiger team 15 years
ago as a star end with the Maroons,
gave the Chicago line a terrific bat-
tering in the last two periods.

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recovered............... 1 2I
Yards lost by penalties .... 75 10
(x) includes punts and kick-offs.
BLAZE HITS FRATERNITY
The Hermitage fraternity was dam-!
aged slightly by fire Friday night.-

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grads who are back for the week-end.

We also

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Announces a complete line of
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would like to remind you that we still maintain
that friendly, efficient service for which we have
been known in past years.



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