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ARMY .... $... 0 ILLINOIS....... 0 NEBRASKA .... 7 CARNEGIE TECH. 6 N.U............ 0 PURDUE........ 7 IOWA..........0 CO



Wins 16th


Of Pennsylvania Rivalry


Purucker Takes
Ritchie's P as s
For Only Tally

Collaborates For Win


lini Humbled 'Twelfth Man' Runs T
1On To Muddy Yield Big Ten Standings
By Belligerent Oy
l 77 1!1,Not only did the biggest crowd of w 1 t pct. pts. op

Pitt Rallies To Win

twice inside Army's five-yard line,
but the game was nevertheless a rout

13 uckceyes,'1-(i t

PITTSBURGH, Nov. 13.-(P)-In a from a ground-gaining standpoint.
copyrighted last period surge that Notre Dame's "show-troop" back- Wolverines Play Defensive
lifted 71,000 stunned spectators off field, paced by Big Ed Simonich at
their seats, Pittsburgh's Panthers of fullback, put across the deciding Game After Touchdown;
football broke loose again today to points early in the game after a Rain Slows Up Game
blast a surprised Nebraska from the fumble by Army's Jack Ryan was
ranks of the undefeated 13 to 7.wdrecovere darte aCde-t 13by Joe
The big white lettered clock showed recoredta on tceo the adtg1hbyJoGe( Ien Is Line Stair
nine minutes and 55 seconds left to ing Irish. Simonich bulled his way
play and Nebraska ahead, 7-0, when over the goal line in four plays, the (Continued from Page 1)
the Panthers clawed out of their cage last from the 4-yard mark,1 and-------
with a relentless attack and a choice Charley O'Reilly, second string quar- ly across the midfield. At this june-;
bit of luck to come from behind to a terback, place-kicked the extra point. ture Ralph Heikkinen and Fortune,'
thrilling conquest for the third time G compensating for the lost touchdown,
in as many weeks. First, they intervened for Michigan. The scrappy
marched 80 yards on 13 plays, missed Iowa Loses Fifth Tilt guard intercepted a forward lateral
on a placement to tie the score, and IOWA CITY, Nov. 13.-(')-George on his own 35-yard line. On the next
then grasped a Nebraska fumblesto Miller, Indiana's burly center whose play, a Ritchie off-tackle smash for
push over the winning score with less gets otaldlgti okc three ,yards, Walter Shinn, Penn
than five minutes to go. greatest football delight is to kick athe yadWlrSin.Pn
The huge crowd, second largest ever field goal, thoroughly enjoyed him- tackle was caught slugging. He was
to cram gigantic Pitt stadium, and self as he did his favorite act from ejected from the fray and the Quak-
the largest ever to st a Nebraska the 12 yard line to give the Hoosiers ers were penalized 32 yards, half the
team play, vas limp with excite- a 3 to 0 victory over a fighting Iowa distance to the goai line.
ment at the finish which found the team. Ritchie Passes
elated Pitt studentswswarming down Less than 10,000 shivering spectat- Two lines plays netted little, thenI
on the field doing the "Big Apple." ors, most of them faithful Iowans Ritchie pitched a pass from his own
hoping for the Hawkeyes' first Big 34 yard line to Purucker, who!
Ten victory, sat in silence as Miller snatched it on the 25 and was run
Gophers Get Revenge stepped back early in the fourth quar- out of bounds on the 13. Two line
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 13.-()-A ter and booted the ball directly be- bucks moved it to the nine, and the:
Northwestern forward pass that back- tween the goal posts. stage for victory was set.
fired for a 53-yard Minnesota gain Ritchie swept toward his left end,
set the stage for a 7 to 0 Golden Michigan State Wins his arm cocked for action, and then
Gopher victory today, putting thehk
latter within one game of undisputed EAST LANSING, Nov. 13.-A)- threw a pass to Purucker. Brown,
possession of the 1937 Big Ten title. Michigan State's vaunted aerial at- Pebgted the allmbt Norm
With the contest less than five tack won the Spartans a 13-6 victory' juggled it for only a moment before
minues ldCaptin ay ig over a fighting, but hapless, Carnegie slidig the remaining four yards for
grabbed a Wildcat forward onhisg Tech eleven today before a home- the score. Only a few seconds of the1
own 30 and raced down the field coming crowd of 20,000. period remained. George Marzonie
to the Northwestern 17. All three touchdowns came during scampered in to kick the point, which
Then the deadly Van Every-to-' a nine minute burst at the start of has meant Varsity victory in three
games thus far, but which wasn 'ti
King passing combination produced the second period. ne this ftrnoon'
the only score in a fiercely fought { Paced by two brilliant halfbacks, needed this afternoon.
battle that found Minnesota domi- Merlyn Condit and Ray Carnelly, who Gedeon Is Outstanding
nating the play in all but a few in- lugged the ball by turns, Carnegie Michigan's line with Elmer Gedeon
stances. opened with a rush that rocked State's a particular standout, refused Penn
The only undefeated outfit in the Spartans back on their heels early in much ground in the second half. The!
Western Conference, the Golden Go- the first period. The Plaids did not Quakers offense consisted principally
phers can clinch the championship, get the break they had been waiting of Coulter's kickink. The big back{
by beating Wisconsin in the season's for, however, until late in the quar- was handicapped by poor passes from
finale here next Saturday. ter when State's triple threat ace, center, a slippery ball and furious
Halfback Johnny Pingel, got off a bad rushing by Michigan's ends. Yet he
'kick that soared scarcely eight yardsmanaged to keep his side in the
WishOutclassArmy bkionkthelsnerodscriemymaighe.yrdmix, averaging 34 yards on his punts.
NEW YORK, Nov. 13.-()-Dis- beyond the line of scrimmage. Midway in the fourth quarter, Penn
andmade one of its few threats of the
la ing no particular sign of wearm Purdue, Wisconsin Tie ball game. Coulter had kicked from
formidable football schedules, the MADISON, Wis., Nov. 13.-(P)- his 38-yard line to Michigan's 22
- _."_ ___ . .._..J a.___ .. A fa.7 where the ball das downed.. 1 But a!

Norm Purucker took Stark
Ritchie's pass for a touchdown with
only a few seconds remaining of the
first half to give Michigan its
fourth straight win yesterday.

Schmidt Uses 34 Playerso
As O.S.U. Overpowers e
Foe Before40,000
COLUMBUS, O., Nov. 13.--(A)- o
Ohio State's belligerent Buckeyest
converted a pass, a penalty and aa
plunge into three touchd yvns todayE
to defeat Illinois, 19 to before ac
homecoming crowd of 41,921.
The unexpectedly high score was1
the second largest an Ohio team ever
had run up on the battling Illini. It
evened the all-time series at 12 vic-
tories and two ties each, and kept thet
Bucks in the upper bracket of thet
Big Ten.
Held to three first downs, all on
passes, the Illini never were in thel
game. They gained but 52 yards by
rushing, and lost 48 by the same
route, winding up with a net gain of
four yards on the ground and 61E
through the air.
Ohio, despite the fact that Coach
Francis A. Schmidt used 34 players,
with a make-shift lineup in the game
most of the time, rolled up nine first
downs, five by rushing and four on
passes, to advance 91 yards by rush-
ing and 153 on passes. The Bucks
completed seven of 14 passes, while:
the Illini made good on five of 16.
Dick Nardi, senior halfback, play-
ing his last game in the Buck sta-
dium, counted two touchdowns, both
on short line plunges, while Co-cap-
tain Jim McDonald, shifted to full-
back from his usual signal-calling
post, scored the other in the first four
minutes on a pass from Nick Wasylik.
McDonald threated through a brok-
en field for 53 yards.
The second marker came in the
third period after Mike Kabealo in-
tercepted an Illinois aerial on his 35
and raced to the foe's 38. From there
Wasylik, Kabealo and Nardi plunged
for three first downs, Nardi finally
going over.

he Eastern season watch the Irish of Minnesota
Notre Dame down the Army 7-0 today Ohio StatE
n New York but they also saw an- Indiana
other edition of the "Twelfth Man" Wicoin
episode. Northwest(
About the middle of the third pe- Purdue .
riod, a spectator escaped from the Illinois
open stands of Yankee Stadium, ran Chicago
down the middle of the field and Iowa
apparently achieved his objective of
giving some advice to the Layden DETRO]
coached team before he was dragged "Anvil An
off the water-covered field by blue- halfback v
coats. after a we
His advice was unneeded however injury, Un
as Notre Dame protected an early University
touchdown lead and achieved their an interse(
third consecutive victory over the sal- crowd of
diers through a

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fighting Irish rushed up and down a 'A fumble recovered i the end.z lerine had lipped someone on I
muddy, rain-swept gridiron today to gave Wisconsin a touchdown to tieW
give Notre Dame a decisive victory the score 7-7 with Purdue here today. the play and Michigan received a!
over Army. The final score was7tor 0 The Badgers, with a record of two'15-yard penalty from the point of the
but the Soldiers were back on their victories, one defeat and one tie, willyli,whighnotne ards.oHirs,2
heels from start to finish and out- meet undefeated Minnesota in the yard line, a gain of nine yards. Here,
classed in everything but the bravery season's finale at Minneapolis next Penn tried a couple of passes, but al-
oa-l adsweekthough its desperation warranted
A crowd of 78,000 spectators, in- A crowd of 23,000, held below ex- them, the conditions were too great
eluding 15,000 who defied the sea- pectations by unfavorable weather, anorttscatch passes fro center,esof
son's worst weather to sit in the watched Purdue and Wisconsin con- frit sowetehpastes fyompcssibe.
Yankee Stadium's open stands, saw centrate their scoring thrusts in the aerials were practically impossible.
the Irish capitalize a first-period second period and then see-saw back Another flur'y of Penn passes
"break" to register the game's only and forth in a wide open style of play. proved futile as Michigan took the
touchdown and then miss five addi- Fumbles and pass interceptions made ball over on downs shortly before the
tional chances to score. Four times it the most spectacular game the game ended.
the Irish lacked a scoring punch, Badgers have played this season. It was the fourth consecutive vie-
1tory for Michigan.
Total statistics gave Michigan only
a slight advantage, although in the,
G oing O ut O f Business first half the Wolverines decisively
outplayed their rivals. Choosing to,
play defensive after the touchdown,
Drastic Reduction of Novelties the Wolverines permitted to Quakers
Shop for Christmas NOW! to make final figures closer. From,
A A I rushing, Michigan gained 134 yards
n V.mmTT nA VC m A n U rNTCR 1to Penn's 126. Penn completed but

S' C 0WE S
Holy Cross 7, Brown 0.
Bucknell 0, Temple 0.
Columbia 6, Syracuse 6.
Cornell 6, Dartmouth 6.
Hamilton 7, Union 0.
Harvard 15, Davidson 0.
George Wash. 33, N. Dak. State 0.
Johns Hopkins 25, American U. 6.
Lafayette 6, W & J 0.
Manhattan 15, North Carolina
State 0.
Mass. State 13, Rensselaer Poly 0.
CCNY 6, Moravian 0.
Georgetown 6, New York U. 0.
Penn State 21, Maryland 14.
Michigan 7. Pennsylvania 0.
Pittsburgh 13, Nebraska 7.
Ohio U. 13, Rutgers 0.
Notre Dame 7, Army 0.
West Virginia 34. Toledo 0.
Amherst 13, Williams 6.
Yale 26, Princeton 0.
Ohio State 19, Illinois 0.
Purdue 7, Wisconsin 7.
Indiana 3, Iowa 0.
Michigan State 13, Carnegie
Tech 6.
Detroit 40, North Dakota 0.
Iowa State 3, Marquette 0.
Minnesota 7, Northwestern 0.
Chicago 26, Beloit 9.
Oklahoma 7, Missouri 0.
Tulsa 32, Washington U. (St
Louis) 7.
West. Mich. State 14, Butler 13.
Cent. Mich. State Teachers 30,
Kalamazoo 0.
Depauw 32, Wabash 0.
Depaul 44, South Dakota State 7.
Western Reserve 41, Ohio Wes-
leyan 13.
Detroit Tech. 9, Hiram 3.
Mich. Normal 33, Indiana State
Teachers 7.
Alabama 7, Georgia Tech 0.
Vanderbilt 13, Tennessee 7.
North Carolina 14, Duke 6.
Virginia Military 27, The Citadel 0
Virginia Tech. 14, Virginia 7.
Georgia 7, Tulane 6.
Washington and Lee 14, William
and Mary 12.
Southern Methodist 13, Baylor 7.
Texas Christian 14, Texas 0.
Texas A. & M. 6, Rice 6.
Utah 45, Colorado State 0.
Stanford 23, Washington State 0.
Washington 26, U.C.L.A. 0.
California 26, Oregon 0.
S. California 12, Oregon State 12.
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Swim Tourney Winter Fun
Starts onday Old Jack Frost is here,,and with
him- comes the sport for all,-
The annual Interfraternity dual SKATING!
swimming water polo tournament will!
begin tomorrow at the Intramural Slip on a pair of C.C.M. skates,
swimming pool with four games and feel yourself skimming over
scheduled in the evening, it was an- the smooth white ice with the
nounced late yesterday by Earl Ris- greatest of ease. We carry a full
key, Assistant Athletic Director.
Any house entering a swimming line of C.C.M. skates
team automatically is given the op-
portunity to play in a water polo Priced at
match immediately preceding the
swimming competition.$ .5 --$ .5
At 7:30 p.m. tomorrow, Chi Psi!
is scheduled to meet Sigma Phi Epsi- $.50 - - -$1.50
Ion and Kappa Nu will compete $17.50
against Beta Theta Pi. Following
this, Sigma Alpha Epsilon will play
against Delta Tau Delta at 8:45 p.m.
and Phi Gamma Delta and Phi Kap-
pa Tau Wgill clash. E*J 0
Because of the large number of en-
tries, the tournament is expected to
be unusually close this year. Sigma SSrv R,
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one forward out of eight tries where-
as Michigan completed two out of
four, both counting in its touchdown.
Purucker averaged 38 yards on his
punts. Michigan fumbled four times
but recovered each time.
Michigan Pos. Pennsylvania;
Nicholson...... LE . . . . ..Gustafson
Janke..........LT ......... PolilliI
Brennan........L _........ Fiedler
Kodros........ C.......... O'Neill!
Heikkinen. ..... R3.... McNamara
Smith .........RT ..... :...Shinn
Smick ......... R 1 ...Scheunmann
Farmer ........QB........ Coulter
Ritchie ........ LH......... Miller
Purucker ...... RH .........Burkej
Kinsey ........ FB........ Connell
Officials: Referee, J. R. Trimble,j
Duquesne; Umpire, C. G. Eckles, W
and J; Linesman, H. Vonkerberg,
Harvard; Field Judge, C. M. Waters,
Time of periods: 15 minutes.
Substitutes for Michigan: Stanton
for Kansey, Siegel for Janke, Valpey
for Smick, Rinaldi for Kodros, Mar-
zonie for Heikkinen, Barclay for Pu- I
i ruckerPederson for Brennan, Ged-I
eon for Nicholson, Trosko foir Ritchie,
Savilla for Smith, Vandewater for
Heikkinen, Olds foi Brennan.
Substitutes for Pennsylvania: Ober
for Polilli, Brown fornMiller, Smith
for Shinn, Daly foi' Connell, Kirkleski
for Miller, Dresser for Coulter, Lorber
for Fiedler, Sutter for Gustafson,!
Mischo for Scheunmann, Dougherty
for Kirkleski, Murphy for McNamara,'
Miller for Mischo, Straub for Sutter.



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