THE MICHIGAN DAILY
CALIFORNIA. 20WASH. STATE .. 3 STANFORD ... 13 DARTMOUTH..
U.S.C. .... ... . 6 U.C.L.A. ........0 WASHINGTON . 7 HARVARD ....
20 AUBURN. ......21 INDIANA...2....27 NEBRASKA.
2 GEORGIA TECH .0O CINCINNATI . .. 01 MISSOURI .
... 7 KANSAS . . .....6
.. . OKLAHOMA .. 3
To Gain First Big Ten
Victory Since 1935
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Trosko dropped back and looped a
beautiful pass to Halfback Bill Bar-
clay who was chased out of bounds on
Trosko picked up five yards on a
plunge and Stanton crashed through
on the next play for a touchdown.
Trosko added the extra point from
Michigan threatened seriously later
in the second quarter after blocking
an Iowa kick and recovering on the
Hawkeyes' 26-yard line. The Wol-
verines, although deterred temporar-
fy by a holding penalty, marched
to the one-yard line, but Iowa stopped
the touchdown by batting down a
pass over the goal line.-
Kinnick Gallops Home
Michigan gained 139 yards from
scrimmage to Iowa's 99.
The Wolverines netted 64 yards
on passes to 20 for the Hawkeyes and
made 10 first downs to Iowa's 6.
Iowa's touchdown was unexpected
Kinnick, waiting on his own 26
yard line for Elmer Gedeon's punt,
took the kick and headed for the
east sidelines. He cut back into the
middle of the gridiron as he neared
midfield and then broke along the
sidelines to the goal.
The Iowa quarterback had perfect
interference on his run. Two Mich-1
igan backfield players who had a
chance to nab him as he neared the1
goal were bloked out of the play.
Only Hawk Score
Kinnick's run, however, was Iowa's
only scoring gesture. The Hawkeyes
seldom were in Wolverine territory as
Michigan's husky forward wall broke
up plays repeatedly.
It was Michigan's first appearance
here since 1923 when the Wolverines,
' led by Harry Kipke, defeated Iowa,
9 to 3.
Today's victory was Michigan's
first of the season and provided some I
balm for the hard-fought defeats at
the hands of Michigan State and
Northwestern and last week's Minne-
At the outset of the season, Coach
Kipke said he would not be surprised,
to lose the first three games but
had high hopes of toppling Iowa,
Illinois, Chicago, and Pennsylvania
and 'making things tough for Ohio
He began making good on the
latter part of his prediction today.
Iowa Pos Michigan
Allen RG..... Heikkinen
F. Gallagher ...R.RT..........Smith
Kinnick ........QB........ Farmer
W. Gallagher . . RH. . ......Barclay
Score by periods:
Iowa............0 0 6 0-6
Michigan.........0 7 0 0-7
Iowa scoring: Touchdown, Kin-
Michigan scoring: Touchdown,
Stanton. Point after touchdown:
Substitutions: Iowa: ends, Kum-
par, Smith; tackles, Need, De~eer;
guards, Farroh, Herman; centers,
Lindmeyer; backs, Kelly, Busk, Lamb.
Michigan: Ends, Smick; guard,
Officials-Referee, Fred Gardner,
(Cornell); Umpire-Anthony Haines,
(Yale); 'Field Judge, John Getchell,
(St. Thomas); Head Linesman, Perry
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Scores Lone Tally
By IRVIN LISAGOR
Yup, it's a
Morpheus-Reincarnate .. .
E LECTRICTY charged the den as
four indolent burghers strained to
catch the swift descriptive flow.
This NBC announcer clipped off ver-
biage at a furious rate, with the fury
of both the Wildcat and Buckeye
transmitting itself through the mic-
rophone . . . Seventy thousand foot-I
ballunatics made the skin crawl with
emotion as the tide ebbed, then flowed
. . . The thrill was terrific, the sus-
pense killing . . . AND THEN CAME
TY TYSON . . .
Slowly, intermittently, pain-
fully, came the funereal drone of!
Tyson . . . . . . . One
burgher sank deep into the chaise
lounge, his eyes heavy with doze$
... Another fondly caressed the
cider jug, his faculties being'
slowly anaesthetized by the dull
monotone ... A third was gent-
ly ripping shreds of hair out of
his thatch, muttering epithets of
unprintable character . . . The
fourth, an ornery sort, stayed
awake by sneaking a hotioot on
his less enthused pals (?) ...
Exasperated, in one last clutch for
sanity, someone twirled the dial and
the NBC broadcaster's infectious en-
thusiasm stirred the fading four roses
. They sat upright, taking a new
lease on life-and football . . . What
a game ! ! ! What a life !
AGAIN CAME TY TYSON...
. Gedeon back ... to punt, I be-
lieve . . . Yup, he's going to kick
Kinnick grabs it . . . on the . .. run
. He's going up to midfield
Looks like he might get a touch-
A moment's pause, a long, con-
templative moment, and then
"It looks like he did it . .
touchdown . . , "
Three burghers had succumbed
to Morpheus again., and the t
fourth was back at his "hotfoot"
antics .. . When the Michigan-
Iowa game finally ended, even the
conniver was draped across a
chair, his tongue protuded, his,
eyes glazed, his faculties insen-
sate . . . And only an accidental t
jar of the dial with his foot, as he
rolled to the floor in an apparent-
ly lifeless heap saved the day ...
For now an MBS announcer was
dodging adverbs, hurdling infini-
tives and crashing down super- -
latives as the Irish sank the Navy
. . . And the indolent four were
salvaged . . .
Next week, Quin Ryan, an MBS
announcer, will broadcast the Illinois-
Michigan game . . . AND JUSTICE
AGAIN TRIUMPHS . . .
Notre Dame Rally
Defeats Navy, 9 To 7
SOUTH BEND, Ind., Oct. 23.-(P)
-They are still the Fighting Irish of
On a field covered with a blanket
of midwinter snow, Notre Damel
turned back a powerful Navy team, 91
to 7, today, achieving a dramatic vic-
tory in the last few minutes of the
game to thrill 45,000 spectators, who
sat shivering through a steady fall
of heavy, wet snow.
There was no mistaking the fight
of the Irish. Hopelessly beaten for
three periods, they 'fought with fur-
ious savagery in the fourth period to
smash the powerful Navy line
With less than three minutes to
go, the game was decided by a safety.
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Frank Paces Yale To Victory
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Oct. 23.--(P) can halfback.
-Yale overcame Cornell's gallant re- A crowd of 40,000 in the Yale Bowl
sistance in the mud and rain today saw the talented Blue team out-
with a 9 to 0 conquest topped play the Ithacans from start to fin-
off by a dazzling 67-yard touch- ish, achieve its fourth straight vic-
down gallop in the final period by try in as many games, and streng-
Clinton Edward Frank of Evanston, then its prospects for an Eastern
Ill., the Elis' Captain and All-Ameri-' 'Ivy League" championship.
611 East William
Cramon "Tex" Stanton, Mich-
igan fullback, who had the honor
of scoring the lone touchdown yes-
terday against Iowa.
Normal Falls 27-10
T States Teachers
1 By ACE TENANDER
YPSILANTI, Oct. 23.-(Special to
The Daily)-Central State Teachers
spoiled Michigan Normal's biggest
Homecoming Day in years by defeat-
ing the Hurons, 27-10, before more
than 5,000 fans.
Michigan Normal was ahead, 10-7,
going into the last quarter but Cen-
tral, led by Barberi, scored three
touchdowns in the final period to
sew up the game.
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