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SoDAYr O~vT61, laTHE M ICHIGAN DAILY
NOTRE DAME .. 7 TULANE ...... 7 FORDHA . .....0 U.C.L.A.........7 OKLAHOMA .... 0 WASINGTON-U. .7 U.S.C. ..... . ...34 K
CARNEGE TECH . 9 COLGATE ..... 6 ..1PITT .... . . ....0 OREGON STATE . 7 NEBRASKA .... 0 WASH. STATE .. 7 OREGON .......14 M

PAGE, SEV9N
A SAS STATE.1,
ARQUETTE .3

Minnesota's Powerhouse Runs

Through

Game Is Rout
After First 12
Minutes Play
Unstoppable Attack Gives
Visitors 19 First Downs
To 3% Of Wolverines
(Continued from Page 1)
The placekick sailed wide and Michi-
gan led 6 to 0.
It took the Gophers only seven
plays in the second quarter to indi-
cate the trend of battle. Andy Uram,
Rudy Gmitro and Christianson mar-
shalled asustained march from their
own 35-yard line to the payoff and
only twice during the drive did the
Gophers skirt the ends. They ham-
mered through center and bolted off
the tackles until Gmitro slashed off
left tackle for four yards and a
touchdown, Horace Bell. colored
guard, converted for the extra point
and a lead that gradually developed
into a rout. Uram sustained a brok-
en wrist on this sequence of plays
and was removed.
Gmitro Tallies On Reverse
Minnesota's second score came with
11 minutes of the first half gone.
Marty Christianson, almost single-
handed, rammed his way from his
own 42 to Michigan's 37-yard line.
Here, Harold Van Avery, sophomore
sensation who replaced the injured
Uram, threw Minnesota's first pass?
to King, who was completely un-
guarded as he caught it on the 13-
yard marker. Three more plays and
f ^d At half- i

Gets Back At Tackle

Yesterday's "homecoming" was
no idle phrase to Fred Janke, Mich-!
igan tackle who was returned to hisj
former position in the line in the
second half. The attempted con-
veriIon of Fred into a fullback was
given up last week when it became
evident that his presence in the
line would be of more value to the
team.

Hook's pass to Farmer
sity's 42-yard line. V
tercepted again to in
verine progress.
On the first play of th
ter, Van Every made
stab of Bill Matheny's
to Michigan's eight-ya
Ttoc ~ l3 d ss fi

(imitr0, on a reverse, scoreu .i EaiL-Lvery ieapea acrus
time Minnesota led 13-6. two plays later, and Fa
The maddened Gophers, intent up- other extra point.
on a big score, waited four minutes Ritchie Leads Passi
of the second half to launch another A desperate passing
touchdown parade. This time Van Stark Ritchie on the
Every started on an apparent sweep availed Michigan noth
of his right end, then hurled a pass to fifth Gopher score. A
Spadaccini on Michigan's 30. The cepted pass started t
big Gopher eluded Gedeon, side- men toward their las
stepped Renda and finally stiff-armed Matheny snared a ball
Bill Smith to dash across the goal out of Art Valpey's ha
line. The placekick was short. gan's 48-yard line, and
Midler Caught Clipping Rs-nda Belfiori and Van Ever
Michigan retaliated with a :short- the 12-yard line. On
lived passing flurry as Wally Hook of right end, Matheny
overthrew to Farmer once and had interferers across the l
his second toss, intended for Gedeon, As the game drew to a
snagged by Van Every, who raced it was pitching passes all
back to Minnesota's 47. But Lou Then Gedeon tossed on
Midler was caught clipping little Ren- to the arms of Elmer W
da in one of several roughhouse en- ter, which ended Michi
deavors on the part of the Gophers, fensive gesture and w
only three of which were detected. Michigan's futility durir
After a punt exchange, Hook again ing afternoon.
tried to connect with passes, but this
time Buhler intercepted and returned
it to Michigan's 23-yard line, where
Hook crashed him out of bounds. Van C0MI
Every whipped a punt-like pass to
Ray King as Rinaldi looked on, and
in two more plays Buhler shot
through left tackle for another touch- Foste
down.I
Late in this third, period, Michi-
gain gained a legitimate first down on
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PROGRAMS BLUE!
WJR
P.M. BRAI
6:00-Joe Penner.
6:30-Romantic.
7 :30-Opien House.
7:30-Phil Baker.
8:00-Columbia Workshop.
8:30--Birthday Party.
9:00-Sunday Evening Hour.
10:00-Jack Randolph.
10:15-Comedy Stars.
10 :30-Hermit's Cave.
:00-Glen Gray. SA
11:30-Cab Calloway.
12:00-Henry King.
WwJ
P.M.
6:00-Catholic Hour.
6:30-Smoothies.
6:45-Sports.
7:00-Jack Benny.
7:30-Fireside Recital.
7:45-Interesting Neighbors.
3:00-Charley McCarthy.
9:00-Manhattan Merry-Go-Round.SPE I
9:30-Familiar Music.
10:00-Rising Stars.
11:00-Dance Music.
11:30-News, Music.
WXYZ
P.M.
6:00-George Jessel.
6:30-Ted Wallace.
7:00-Dinner Concert.
7:30-Ozziq Nelson.
8:00-Orchestra, Soloists.
9:00-Hollywood Playhouse.
9:30-Walter Winchell.
9:45--Irene Rich.
1 0:00-Foundation.
10 :30--Cheerio.
11:00-Judyand Bunch.
11:00-Eddie Varzos.
12:00-Freddie Rivard.
CKLW
P.M.
6:00-George Jessell.
6:30-Tim and Irene.
7:00-Sports.
7:15-News.
7:30-Ted Weems.
8:00-Stardust Revue.
8:30-Sleepy Hollow Gang.
90--Pasn Parade.

r on the Var-
an Every in-!
nterrupt Wol-
.e fourth quar-
a sensational
pass and ran
ard line. Van
the goal-line
ust kiclked an-
ng Attack
attack with
pitching end,
ing after this
Another inter-
he Minnesota
st touchdown.
that bounced
rnds on Michi-
from there he,
ry crashed to
a wide sweep
followed three
ine.
close, Ritchie
. over the lot.
ae straight in-
Wilke, sub cen-
gan's last of-J
which typified
rng a humiliat-
PLETE
CARD D

Wildcats Rally
To Take Game
v
From Purdue
h
Michigan State Ekes Out a
2) Win Over Tigers; c
Oklahoma Ties Nebraska a
(Continued from Page 6) w
0-----
the goal line Fullback Porter Robb f
took a wobbling pass from center, l
dropped it, picked up the ball and h
was pinned for the two points by
Michael Kniek Michigan State end
from Whiting, Ind.
Is Week's Great Upset
PITTSBURGH, Oct. 16--Notre
Dame suffered it ssecond surprising
setback in as many weeks today at
the hands of a weakly considered
Carnegie Tech team, by the score of
9-7.
A crowd of 40,000 saw Carnegie
score the first touchdown i nthe sec-
ond period of the game only to watch
Notre Dame return and take the lead
7-6. Carnegie Tech playing a vastly
inferior game to the Irish returned.(
however, in the second half to score
three more points via the field goal
route. Notre Dame was unable to
score after.
Wildcats Rally To Win
EVANSTON, Ill., Oct. 16.--i---
Northwestern's Wildcats sharpened
their claws between halves today and
came back raging to conquer Purdue,
14 to 7. in a dramatic defense of
their Big Ten gridiron champion-
ship.
For 30 minutes of the ball game,
35,000 alternately distressed and elat-
ed spectators in Dyche Stadium saw
the bully boys from Old Purdue
thoroughly outplay the 1936 title
winners, and leave the field at the
intermission with a 7 to 0 lead.
18,000 See Cornell Bow
ITHACA, N. Y., Oct. 16.-(P)-Sy-
racuse University's low charging and
hard-fighting eleven paced by Half-
back Marty Glickman, the 160-pound
Olympic sprinter, scored a major
upset today by downing Cornell 14-
6 before 18,000 amazed fans.
Glickman stunned the Cornellians
and set off the spark that brought
an untired Orange eleven to peak
form by a 44-yard run back of a
Cornell punt to score in the first pe-
riod.
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Navy Team, Minus Star,
Tied By Harvard Eleven Michigan-Minnesota Game Summaries
BALTIMORE, Oct. 16.-(P)--Har- Starting Lineups: Siegel, Smith for Savilla; guards,
ard and Navy battled to a scoreless Minnesota pos. Michigan Pederson for Brennan, Vanderwater
eadlock before 53,000 in Baltimore's Reed .........LE ......... Gedeon for Heikkenen; center, Rinaldi for
uge stadium today as the Crimson Shultz.........LT.........Siegel Kodros; quarterback, Campbell for
mothered the Sailors running attack.Bell............ LG .......Brennan Farmer; halfbacks, Piotrowski for
Elmer....,..... C ......... Kodros Renda, Hook for Trosko, Ritchie for
nd the Midshipmen threw up a suc- Twedell .........RG .....Heikkenen Hook. Lasky for Piotrowski; fullback,
essful ° defense against Harvard's Midler ......... RT ........Savilla Nickerson for Stanton.
erial barrage. King ........... RE ..........Smick Minnesota: ends, Nash for King,
The tie broke Navy's three game Gmitro........ QB .........Farmer Ohlgren for Nash, Mariucci for Ohl-
vinning streak and Harvard's string Uram ..........LH ......... Trosko
f two. It was the first real test Moore ......... RH ......... Renda gren; tackles, Kilbourne for Schultz,
or either eleven and, for today at Buhler ......... FB ........ Stantondl R. Johnson for Kilbourne, Pederson
for Midler; guards, Filbert for Bell,
east, two ore evenly matched clubs Score By Periods: Twedell for Filbert, Wells for Kafka,
Mardly could be found. Rork for Twedell; center, Kulbitski
Minnesota......0.1.3. 13 13 39 for Elmer; quarterback, Spadaccini
in a.. .....1113for Gmitro, Faust for Spadaccini;
Capable Substitute Touchdowns, Michigan: Gedeon. halfbacks, Matheny for Moore; full-
Minnesota: Gmitro 2, Spadaccini back, Christianson for Buhler, Bel-
Buhler, Van Every, Matheny.-I fiori for Christianson.
Points after touchdowns: Bell 2,
Faust.
Substitutions: Michigan: Ends,
Valpey for Smick; tackles, Janke for
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