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THE MI ICHIG AN D A ILY

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DARTMOUTH.. 27 FORPHAM ...... 6 PITTSBURG ... 28 C. TECH........0.STANFORD.
OLUMBIA .... 1 ST. MARY'S .... 0 PENN STATE .. 71 HOLY CROSS ... 0 CALIFORNIA

AUBURN ...... .0 WASHINGTON
13 1GEORGIA ...... 0 OREGON .....

14 WASH. STATE .. 7
0 OREGON STATE . 0

11*innesota Downs

Wisconsin 13-7 To Capture Big

Ten

j,. le

76-Yard Drive
%ives Gophers
Winning Score,
Notre Dame Blocks N.U.
Kick For Game's Only
Tally; Sweeney Stars
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 20.-UP)-
Minnesota won full possession of the
Western Conference football crown
today by overpowering Wisconsin 13
to 6 in a spectacular windup of the
season.
It was the fifth straight Big Ten
victory for the Gophers.
The Badgers showed valiant fight;
against the Minnesota powerhouse
and were an unremitting threat from
the start of the game, for which'
some 50,000 fans turned out.-
Minnesota scored first in the sec-
and period on a march from its own
16, Bill Matheny counting on a spar-
kling 13-yard dash around left end,
aided by some beautiful blocking.
Bell place-kicked the extra point and{
Minnesota went into a 7 to 0 lead,
at half time.
The Badgers retaliated with the
opening of the second, and aided
by a 24-yard pass ruled complete be-1
cause of interference, blasted through
to the Gopher four, whence Howard
Weiss, who was a thorn in the side of
the Minnesotans all afternoon, car-
ried the ball over for the score.
Another irresistible 76-yard drivel
by Minnesota in the final quarter
found Marty Christiansen, reserve
fullback. cracking pver from the
three.

Jayvees Down,
Alma In First
SCO E S Victory, 18-0
EAST

Arnold 2, Bergen Junior 0
Boston U. 13, Boston College 6
Bluefield 13, Davis Elkins 6
Maryland 12, Georgetown 2
Thipl 6 G"rnvQ Cit %( )

Laskey Sprints 55 Yards
For Initial Touchdown;
Mulholland Also Stars

. LiV , Vrove 1y U
Kutztown, Pa., Teachers 7
Millersville Teachers 0
Lebanon Valley 16, Juniata
Lafayette 6, Lehigh 0
Manhattan 13, Niagara 7
Dickinson 19, Muhlenberg]
Connecticut State 76, Norw
Rensselaer Poly 13, Buffalo
Shepherd 26, Wilson Teache
St. Anselm 20, Springfield0
Colgate 7. Syracuse 0
Colgate 7, Syracuse 0
Villanova 33, Temple 0
Army 47, St. John's (Annap
Tufts 7, Massachusetts Stal
Morris Harvey 6, West Liber
Susquehanna 6, Haverford
Washington College 16. D
13
Swarthmore 20, Drexel 12
Lockhaven, Teachers 0 Sh
burg Teachers 0
West Chester Teachers 6,
Pennsylvania Military 3
Montclair, N.J., Teachers]
Trenton Teachers 9
SOUTH
Georgia Tech 12, Florida 0
Duke 20, N. Carolina State

Showing a marked reversal of form
7, over their play in their first three
games, Michigan's Junior Varsity
a 0 football team, annexed their first vic-
tory of the season, soundly trounc-
inga favored Alma College eleven,
18-0, yesterday morning on Ferry
12 Field.
ith 0 Leading the Jayvee rampage, was
12 Derwood Laskey, speedy sophomore'
halfback, who scored the first two
ers 0 touchdowns, and reeled off several
0 long runs during the contest. Shar-
ing honors with him was Harry Mul-
holland, fullback, who besides doing
most of the blocking for Laskey,;
polls ) 6pierced the Alma line for many size-
able gains himself, driving over for
te 0 the final Michigan six points.
rty 0 Jayvees Scare Early
6 Michigan opened the scoring mid-
Delaware way through the first period. Taking
the ball on his own 45, Laskey circled
his own right end for 55 yards, cross-
ippens- ing the goal line without a hand be-
ing laid on him.
Alma's first threat which came at
the beginning of the second quarter
16, was abruptly ended when Laskey in-
tercepted Art Smith's pass.
Make Two In Third
The other two Jayvee touchdowns
7 came in the third period. Taking
,n 0 the ball on his own 18, Mulholland
emphis) found a hole in the center of the
Alma line, and raced 42 yards before
den- he was stopped. Two successive first
downs with Laskey doing most of the
aps 0 ball-toting brought the ball to the
Alma 8, from where Laskey lugged it
over. Wasting no time, Michigan!
started another march down the field,
with Mulholland and Don Kingery
sub halfback sharing the burden,
Mulholland finally driving through
right guard for the score.
to 7 Michigan's line play was outstand-
e ing throughout with Herm Ulevitch.
Mel Kramer and Jack Weiner play-
ing leading roles. Art Smith, quar-
terback, was Alma's leading per-
former.
7 Mich. 'B' 18 Alma 0
'arroll 0;Penvenne .....LE .. . . . Adams'
an 0 0 Kramer .......LT ..........Cutler
. State Belsky ........ LG ......... Dean l
Hutton... C......... Carter
Ulevitch ...... RG ........ Netzorg
Weiner... RT . .... Tangalakis
Bowers ....... RE .. ..... Mathews
r l() Ochs .......... Q . ...... D. Smith

Alumni's Rooter Fails f
To Add Scoring Punch
That man you might have seen in
the Michigan stands yesterday wva
not an old grad cutting up. Nither
was lie a member of th . Boa d in;
Cont rol of Athletics in disgui';e look-
ing for subsidized players.
Rather it was Harr, L. Thobe,
venerable Oxfcrd, O. br aklayer and,
professional sports enthusiast who
has spent the last 30 years plying}
his trade all over the United States.
"I'm 68 years old," he said, "and I,
expect to be doing this sort of thing
when I'm 78 and 80."
He regretted that he was forced
to limit his antics to the stadium.
The four Michigan alumni who sent!
him up here from Miami forgot to I
ask for time -on the field between the
halves. He's made clowning a life-
time hobby, his forte: bricklaying.
He has never missed a World
Series, once got Dizzy Dean so mad
at him, the latter knocked him into
the arms of some policeman.
The outfit he had on yesterday was
cne of a number he uses, depending1
on the team he is supposed to be
cheering.
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Pitt Panthers Beat
Penn State, 28 To 7
PITTSBURGH, Nov. 20.-WP)-The
football Panthers of the University
of Pittsburgh, rolling along unde-
feated intothe end of their home
schedule, pummeled Penn State 28
to 7 today before 23,000 spectators
who braved snow and cold to see the
old rivals in their 44th annual battle.
Marshall (Biggie) Goldberg, the
Elkin, W. Va., flash, scored two of
the Panther's four touchdowns and
sec up another :s he uncovered onet
cf his most sparkling exhibitions.
Pitt banged out 21 points in the
first half to take a comfortable lead

ADDITIONAL SCORES

Midwest
St. Louis 27, Grinnel 7
Drake 31. Coe 2
Iowa Wesleyan 18, Simpson
Morningside 25, Wayne (.Neb.) 0
St. Benedict's 13. Washburn 0 '
Wichita 13, Fort Haas State 0
Southwest
Baylor 27, Loyola (Los Angeles) 13'
George Washington, 0 Arkansas 0
Oklahoma 16, Okla. A. & M. 0

Arizonia9,Kansas 7 fore that the Dukes had run up six
of their ten first downs, threatening
over a gallant but lightweight band three times and scoring once. After
of Lions from Mt. Nittany, who that the invaders never were beyond
achieved a lot of satisfaction by the Marquette 35. Marquette made
scoring against the Panthers on a five first downs, four in the final
30-yard pass in the third period. half.

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Marquette Aerial Attack
j Upsets Duquesne, 13-0
MILWAUKEE, Nov. 20- "--Mar-
quette, beaten down in five 'traight
games, uncovered a forward passin,
scoring punch to register one of the
reason's major upsets today by beat-
ing Duquesne. 13 to 6.
Marquette came from behind late
in the second to gain the lead. Be-

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Winter is here and with it comes the thrill-

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ing sport of Hockeyl

For the most enjoy-

ment, you need a good pair of skates that
has been well-sharpened.

IRISH EDGE OUT WILDCATS S. Carolina 64 Presbyteria
EVANSTON, Ill., Nov. 20.-(P)- Centre , Southwestern(M
The Fighting Irish of Notre Dame 6
conquered their Big Ten arch-rival, Randolph-Macon 3, Hamp
Northwestern 7 to 0, today in freez- Sydney 0
ing, wind-swept Dyche Stadium, and Mississippi College 12, Millsa
it was Sweeney, of Bloomington, Ill.,| Tulane 33, Sewanee 7
hero of Notre Dame's triumph over i The Citadel 46, Erskine 7
Navy and Minnesota, who scored thel E. Kentucky Teachers 6,
single touchdown, result of a second Louisville 6
quarter "break." It was Sweeney MIDWEST
also, who on three . other occasions, Missouri 3, Washington U.
contributed defensive gems which (St. Louis) 0
helped keep the desperate Wildcats,, Iowa State 13, Kansas Stat
playing their final game of the sea- Ohio U. 20, Ohio Wesleyan
son, from scoring. Marshall 7, Dayton 0
The bit of Irish good fortune-and Marietta 12, Ashland 0
Northwestern misfortune-which led Heidelberg 6, Wittenberg 0
to the only score of a bitterly fought Denison 2, Oberlin 0
battle came when a Northwestern Muskingum 7, Mt. Union
lineman was guilty of bolding as Western Reserve 20, John C.
Bernie Jefferson, negro halfback star, Xavier (Cincinnati) 6, Akro:
attempted to punt from deep in his DePaul 12, Western Mich.
own territory. Jeff's first kick went DTeacher0
out of bounds on his 40-yard line, W nTeachers
but Northwestern was penalized 15 Wayne 65, Hillsdale 0
yards to its seven.
Again Jefferson attempted to punt. jOS.U. 21, Hichigal
This time Sweeney, 6 feet and 188
pounds of brilliant right end, and his
par , ner, Alec Shellogg, smashed First downs: N
through and blocked the kick. Swee- j By rushing ...... ......
ney, hardly hesitating in stride," By passing...........
snatched the ball before it reached Through penalties .......
the frozen sod, and stepped over
the goal line for the touchdown. Andy Total ................
Puplis' place-kick for the extra point Yards gained from
split the uprights. scrimmage:
By rushing............6
MAROONS SINK AGAIN ! By passing.......
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Nov. 20.-(P) Yad hing.-. -
Illinois came through for its veteran Net yardage gained,
coach today, trouncing Chicago 21
to 0 with a last-half offensive to put pass and running.
a winning finish on Bob Zupppke's Attempteds.s.............
25th season as Illini grid mentor.
Meld scoreless during the first two Completed ..............
periods by a gallant Maroon eleven Intercepted..............
which twice made valiant goal line Yards lost by penalties .... .
stands, the Illini struck swiftly for No. of penalties ........ .
two period touchdowns and addedj Punts:
another in the final stanza of a battle No. of punts.
played in 20 above zero weather. Average yardage
Snow-swept Memorial Stadium seat- (from scrimmage) ...34
ed 11,500 fans for the game. Return of punts, average
A 15-yard pass, Jay Wardley to Cy yardage..............6
Mazeika, and an eight yard dash by Fumbles................
Viazeika set the stage for Jack Ber- Own fumbles recovered ....
ner to crash one yard for the first Opponents' fumbles
Illinois touchdown in the third. A recovered............
poor punt gave Illinois possession
again deep in Maroon territory. On"
the fourth play, Ken Zimmerman,
subbing for Wardley, passed to Ma-
zeika, who lateraled to Tackle Jim NEW -FAST
Reeder on the 12. Reeder then strug- E
gled over the goal line.
At the outset of the last quarter,.-
Zimmerman intercepted Sollie Sher- EASTERN
man's pass and returned the ball 18' I
yards to the Chicago 34. Zimmerman MCHIGAN
slanted off right tackle for a touch-
down. Mel Brewer, Illinois guard
converted all extra points by place-
ments. The Last Word

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Laskey ........ LH Otis
Courtney ..:.. RH ...........Boat
Mulholland .... F ...........Purdy
Substitutions: Michigan: Cushing,
LE; Goodwin, RG; Kingery, LHI
Bennett, LG: Zimmerman, RE.
Alma: Devaney, LE; Cater, RT;
Seavitte, LG; Fraker, C: Lee RG,;
Elder, RT; Holtman, RE; A Smith,
Q; Ginther, LH; Gilbert, FB.
SOUTHWESTube Fatr
Texas A.&T. 26. U. of Mexico 12
Southwest Texas Teachers 14.
Sam Houston 6
East Texas Teachers 20, Denton
Teachers 0
Texas Mines 34, Sul Ross Teachers
20;
ROCKY MOUNTAIN
Trinidad Junior 7, Adams State
Teachers 7
RAYMOND
ROGY Two of the most popular bands on the
HOMELANDL rU T oR: A T Ecampus will be at the Union, Wednesday,
140M2 AND STUDIO PORT'RAIT
320 s. STATE- OVER HE oUAI' y
November 24, to play at the ANUUAL
HOME? THANKSGIVING DANCE. Al Cowan and
FE - INEXPENSIVE
SE Ehis band, who have always been popular
SHORT WAY with Michiganistudents, will play, in addi-
SUS LINE--
tion to the ever-popular Bob Steinle.
hound
odern Transportation! I I a~Cncino from ten till one Wednesday
equipped to take you home
USTMAS with the utmost I vening.
Travel Bureau the pricer As usual: $1.00 per couple.
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VILLANOVA SEEKS BOWL BID
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 20.-UP)-
Undefeated Villanova, pointing for.
an invitation to either the Rose or
Sugar "Bowl" post-season games, to-
day routed its traditional rival
Temple, 33 to 0, before an amazed j
crowd of 35,000 at Temple Stadium.

New Streamlined Buses are
THANKSGIVING and CHR
comfort and satisfaction.
Michigan Union
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