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W p Clean Slates In Heavy Rain
Michigan Fails To
Most Of Breaks;
Stars In Defeat
By HERB LEV
Failing to capitalize on numerous
breaks, Michigan's Junior Varsity
football team ran into its second
straight defeat, falling before Detroit
Tech, 7-0, yesterday at Detroit.
Casey Lopata, Tech halfback start-
ed the march that led to Detroit's
touchdown, when, midway through
the second period, he intercepted
Dave Gates' pass and ran to Michi-
gan's 25 yard line. A pass from Ralph
Qualman, right halfback, to Alex De
Misko, sub end gained 9, then Qual-
rhan tossed one over the goal line to
Quarterback Ed Kleponis for the
score, Qualman kicked the extra
Michigan first threatened early in
the first quarter. Taking the ball in
mid-field, Michigan, led by Captain
Gates, started a drive which ended on
the Tech 3 yard line. After taking
Qualman's punt on the 50, Gates
circled right end for 15 yards on the
first play, then added 16 more on a
1.4teral from Al Ricketts. After a line
play failed, Gates hurled a pass to
Paul Penvenne, who was downed on
the 10. Gates plowed to the 5 on first
down, but then the Detroit line
buckled up and Tech took the ball on
line, b t once again Detroit's line
Michigan's second big chance came
as the second half opened, when a bad
pass from center got past Lopata, and
1Mel Kramer recovered for the Wolver-
ines on the Tech 12 yard stripe. Gates
and Jack Kinsey drove to the 2 yard
line, but onec again Detroit's line
held, and the ball was lost on downs.
Amherst 12, Wesleyan 2
Army 47, Washington U.
(St. Louis) 0.
Bates 7, Maine 0
Detroit 14, Boston College 0.
Western Reserve 7, Boston U. 0
Duke 13, Colgate 0
Brown 7, Columbia 6
Fordham 7, Texas Christian 6
Albama 19, George Washington 0
Holy Cross 6, West. Maryland 0.
New Hampshire 34, Vermont 0
Lafayette 13, New York U. 0
Georgetown U. 0, Penn. 0
Princeton 6, Rutgers 0
Williams 13, Tufts 0
Muhlenberg 6, Ursinus 0
W. Virginia 13, Waynesburg 0
Villanova 21, Bucknell 0
Yale 9, Cornell 0
Vanderbilt 7, Louisiana State 6
Kentucky 19, Manhattan 0
Mississippi State 14, Florida 13
Tennessee 32, Sewanee 0
N. Carolina 13, Tulane 0
Georgia 19, Mercer 0
Virginia Military 26, Virginia 7
Maryland 13, Syracuse 0
Notre Dame 9, Navy 7
Ohio State 7, Northwestern 0
Kansas State 15, Creighton 7
Kalamazoo 26, Hope 0
Hillsdale 7, Albion 0.
Alma 12, Olivet 0
Kansas 6, Oklahoma 3
Butler 12, Washington and
Drake 30, Iowa State 0
Dayton 6, Ohio U. 0
Toledo 13, Miami U. (Ohio) 7
Valparaiso 13, Indiana State 0
Kansas State 15, Creighton 7.
Ktalamazoo 26, Hope 0.
Hillsdale 7, Albion 0.
Frea k Point After Tally Is!
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RJeap Stars For Bucks Chica
COLUMBUS. O., Oct. 23.-UiP)- Iowa
S e. .. . .
Ohio State knocked Northwestern
from the heights of unbeaten teams
today, winning 7 to 0 and practically
erasing the 1936 Big Ten champions
from the title picture.
The victory before 67.521 fans kept
the Ohio slate clean for two Western'
Dick Nardi, halfback, retained his
scoring record for the season by
counting the lone touchdown in the
third period after the most bitter of
b'attles. Nardi has one touchdown in
each of the four Buck contests.
The Ohioans playing alert and
heads-up ball against the defending
champions, took advantage of the
game's big "break" to crash through.
Twice in the second period they were
halted on the 12-yard line by a de-
termined Wildcat line.
The break came just a minutel
after Northwestern had been re-
pulsed twice, once on the Ohio four-
yard mark and again on the seven,
ifrom where Fullback Jack Ryan
missed a place kick.
Ohio took the ball on the 20, and
Howard Wedebrook booted to the
Wildcat 30. A pass failed, and then
Bernard Jefferson, Negro Wildcat
halfback, backed up to punt. Karl
1Kaplanofi' crashed through to block
the kick, and Warren Chrissenger,
substitute Ohio guard, fell on the ball
on the 26.
Nick Wasylik, the flashy halfback
from Astoria, N. Y., ripped around
right end for 12 yards, and then'
Johnny Rabb and Wedebrook carried
it to the four on line bucks. Nardi
slipped over guard for the touch-
down which planted the Bucks right
in the middle of the Big Ten cham-
pionship scrap, from which they were
eliminated a year ago.
The point after touchdown was a
classic. Co-Captain Quarterback Jim
McDonald elected to place-kick for
the point, with Mike Kabealo holding
the ball. Voigt, Northwestern right
tackle, broke through to block the
kick, but Kabealo picked up the ball
and tossed it to McDonald, who raced
around right end for the marker.
Both coaches, all the players and
four officials argued for at least
five minutes before the official de-
cision that the point was good was
forthcoming. The officials ruled that
since the ball did not cross the line
of scrimmage, it was a free ball, and
that the point was as good as if the
placekick had been made.
alcng the unbeaten trail.
n s efeaBeaten for the first time this dizzy
Heasonawere Syracuse, Harvard, Bos-
To M ar uet te onCollege, Navy, George Washing-
ton and Rutgers in the Southwest,
and Northwestern and Wisconsin in
EAST LANSING, Oct. 23.-P)-1 the midwest.
The Michigan State College football Riding safely past the pitfalls that
team found its long lost scoring caught these powers were Yale, Ford-
punch today and turned back the ham. Uitt, Holy Cross, Dartmouth
Marquette Golden Avalanche, 21 to 7. and Villanova in the East; Vander-
It was Johnny Pingel, State's bilt, Alabama, North Carolina, Duke
flashy star from Mt. Clemens who in the South; California in the Far I
broke the Spartan touchdown fam- West; Colorado in the Rocky Moun-
ine. The black-haired left halfback tain sector, Baylor in the Southwest
scored all three touchdowns, one of and Nebraska and Detriot in the
them after a sensational 80-yard Middle West.
dash. 80,000 See Bears
Marquette proved a tough oppon- Playing before a crowd of 80,000,
ent in the first half. The Wisconsin largest of the day, California's Golden
team battled the heavier State out- Bears unleashed a tremendous first,
fit on even terms during the first half attack and buried Southern Cal-
two periods, keeping Pingel bottled ifornia under a 20-6 scor .
up and hitting so hard that ,the Vanderbilt's Commodores fired a
State team was fumbling. They came decisive challenge at the rest of the
back to tie the score at 7-all in the Southeastern Conference, notably
third period when Capt. Ray Son- Alabama and Auburn. by whipping
enberg caught a forward pass from Louisana State, 7-6. Auburn, which
Andy Bakula for a touchdown. A has definitely found itself the last
42-yard return of an intercepted pass two weeks, trounced Georgia Tech.
to the State 11-yard line preceded 21-0.
the scoring play. Niles kicked the Billy Patterson's brilliant passes
point. were too much for Texas A. and M.
State's first touchdown came in the and Baylor won, 13-0 and gained a
late minutes of the first period. clear title to the Southwest Confer-
State's two Jacks-Pingel and Cool- ence lead. Rice, scoreless in three
idge-lugged the ball from midfield previous games, outpointed Texas,
to the Hilltoppers' 20-yard line. 14-7, and Arkansas tripped Southern
Pingel passed to Gaines to the Mar-,1
AS FISH seined directly from the sea, that is the re-
quirement the epicure insists on in all food whether
it comes from the sea, the garden or the farm. He insists that food on its way
to the table should pause only at the kitchen and when eating at the Dining
Room and Tap Room of the Allenel Hotel his heart is delighted for that is a
cardinal rule of the cuisine.
126 East Huron
An Evening Of Fun With
The University of Michigan Band and A Galaxy of Campus