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PAGE Sil THE MIC HIGA N DAILY

SUNDAY, NOV. 28, 193

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JNOTIRE DAME .. 13 PITTSBURGH . . 10 FORDIHAM.... 20 RIICH. STATE . . 14 TEX. CHISTIAN . 3 HOLY CROSS . . 20 STANFORD
SO CAL....... 6 DUKE.......... 0 N.Y.U.......... 7 SAN FRANCISCO .0j SO. METHODIST.0 BOSTON COL. .. 0 COLUMBIA .....

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Wolverine Sextet

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Con q ters

Western Ontario 3 To 0

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Puckmen Show
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Hockey Summaries

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'1ntg 1 HeMichigan Pos. W. Ontario
E. James ...... G ......Richardson
In. S con Lion R. Simpson . .. D ........... Lawson
Smith .... D .............Webb
E. Allen ....... C ..............King
Gib James Scores Twice Fabello ....... W ............Gillen
itG. James ...... W ........ .W. Allen
'I Lead Victory March Michigan spares: E. Chase, Chad-
Of Varsity In Opener wick, Doran, Hil1herg.
-___ Western Ontario spares: Killoran,
T)I K. Simpson, Matheson, Stewart, Mc-
1,709 Pack Coliseum Naughton.
Referee: Roy Reynolds, Chatham.
i fr P 1 First Period

Pitt [Iarches On

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(Contnueda romr agei )
participants wound up their hockey
sticks for action, nothing material-
ized, to the accompaniment of the
crowd's disappointed groan.h I
Michigan tallied once in the first
period, and twice in the second, with
Gib providing the latter two markers.
Score After 14.20
The first goal came after 14:20 of
the first stanza had elapsed, with the
second line actively engaged. Evie
Doran swiped the puck at center ice,
passed to Hillberg within the blue'
line and received an immediate re-1
turn which he converted into a
score. He rode in rast upon John
Richardson, the Canadian goalie who
made several circus saves during the l
evening, and punctured him with a
blazer.
Not until 12:40 of the second period;
did the Wolverines flare again. This
time Allen crashed through the West-
ern Ontario defense, parried with
Goalie Richardson awhile and then
let fly. But the puck rebounded.
off his shin guard. Gib James alertly
retrieved it and pushed it past the
sprawled net-minder.
Jax~ne Tallies
A few minutes later, with 15:051
gone to be exact, Gib captured the I
disk in a mixup behind the Ontario l
nets, skated up to the edge and
sneaked it past the goalie with a
clever backhanded flip.
Near fistic fireworks developed in
the last period as the invaders strove
to dent Spike James' armor. Swipes
of the sticks weren't exactly gentle,
especially when Bill Allen, wing tan-
gled with Smack briefly, and Joe,
King parted Hillberg's hair with a
fling of his stick. During a late flurry
an impulsive judge raised his hands 1
on a Canadian shot, then decided
Spike had repulsed it. Cam Hilloran,
defenseman, protested 'violently but,
tie referee ignored him. With thel
game almost over, the visitors rode
in on the Wolverine goalie in droves,
but he proved unyielding.I

sPass I "E DIZZY ONE SPEAKS Dempsey Returns Home
Dizzy Dean wired a challenge to John iWith Pitomaine Poisoning
(1a~ i~u ~ujp~ Montague today seeking to draw the
ag mystery man of golf into a match NEW YORK, Nov. 27.-(/P)-Jack
e .with him in the second annual Dizzy Dempsey, taken ill while on a wres-
' 1 * fl "* sfj]l Dean tournament to be staged De- tling refereeing trip in Canada, ar-
cember 11 on the Bradenton Country rived here tonight. His ailment,
Club course. thought originally to be appendicitis,
-d-iga State Basketball Dizzy said "I think I can promise was diagnosed as ptomaine poisoning.
.Jyou a good workout because my golf The former heavyweight champion
Squad G 'ives Exhibition game's not exactly minor league got off the train at Yonkers, 20
At Prep ('linjc stuff." 1 miles out, and drove into the city

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Penalty--James.
Penal ty-Killoran.
Scoring (1), Doran (Ilillberg)
Penalty-James.
Penalty-Stewart.
Second Period:
Scoring (2)-James (Allen)
Scoring (3')-James (unas
15:05.

DUKE STADIUM, DURHAM, N. C., MANHATTAN, Kans., Nov. -27.--
Nov. 27.--(/P)-The Golden Panthers (JI-Lowell English, a guard, dropped;
of Pittsburgh cashed in on two op- back to the Kan,.es State 23-yard
pertunities afforded by Duke fumbles line in the final 20 seconds of the sec-
this afternoon to finish an undefeat- end quarter today and on a snow-
ed season with a 10 to 0 victory. glazed field placekicked Nebraska to
Captain Frank Souchak of the Pan- its third straight Big Six football
thers kicked a 23-yard placement championship.
field goal just before the first quar- The alert Huskers capitalized on a
ter ended. He had paved the way by break for their score. Kansas State,
covering Honey Hackney's fumble with the ball on its six-yard line,
on Duke's 20-yard line. Hackney attempted to kill time by nudging the
dropped the slippery ball when hit line. On the second plunge Bob
hard by Ted Schmidt as he tried to Briggs fumbled and Gus Peters and
catch a punt. Paul Amen recovered for the Huskers
Dick Cassiano made the only touch- I enlthensasSte 1.
down of the game about four min- -hK1s __.
utes later when he swept wide off
his right end, cut back and raced 14. Tie Of (ogias
yards to score standing up. SouchakI
converted. IATLANTA, Nov. 27--(P)-Georgia'sJ

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14:20.
12:04.
sisted)

Third Period:;
Penalty-Webb.
100,000 Watch
D e Correvont
In Final Game
CHICAGO, Nov. 27.--UP)-Bill De
Correvont, the nation's highest scor-
ing football player-prep, collegiate
or professional-thrilled more than
100,000 spectators in Soldier Field to-
' day by giving Austin High School a
26 to 0 victory over Leo for the city'
championship.
The game, booked as a fund-raiser
for Mayor Edward J. Kelly's Christ-
mas Charity Chest, served as justifi-
cation for 19 year old De Correvont's
yards of press notices. He skipped,
dodged and darted his way to three
touchdowns in the 35 minutes h.
played.
His efforts gave him a scoring total
of 204 points in nine games besides
proving his speed and ability in the
open, with a 47 yard touchdown runj
and numerous lesser jaunts, De Cor-
revont showed he could hit the line
and pass, by bucking over twice from
the one-yard line, and passing nine
yards to Sunny Skor for the fourth
score.
De Correvont spoiled Catholic'
League champion Leo's only genuine
scoring opportunity by knocking
down a pass in the end zone in the
first quarter.

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In a program which included a
basketball clinic, an honorary lunch-
eon to the founder of the game, Dr.
James Naismith, a speech by the in-
ventor, a discussion and revision of
the rules and a motion picture show-
ing the finer points of the sport, the,
high school basketball coaches of{
Michigan and some of their players
convened here yesterday at the Four-
teenth Annual Basketball Rules Meet-
ing.
In the morning Coach Ben Van Al-
styne sent his Michigan State squad
of basketeers through a demonstra-
tion of fundamentals and drills at
the Intramural Building. Illustration
of various types of offense and de-
fense, both from the individual and
team standpoints, was included in
the clinic.
Naismith Talks
At noon about 250 men attended
a luncheon at the Union which was
held in honor of Dr. Naismith who
is now Professor Emeritus of Physical

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Another fumbied punt by Hack-'
ney, who saw the wet pigskin slide
through his hands on his 13-yard
line, paved the way. Ed Spotovich
covered the ball.
Pitt rushed out nine first downsl
while Duke was getting seven but the
Panthers gained 237 yards by rush-
ing while the Devils were getting only
60. Pitt tried only five passes, com-
pleting two for five yards. Duke
tried the air 21 times, gaining 66

Bull Dogs and the Engineers of
Georgia Tech, arch rivals of the grid-
iron since 1893, battled to a 6 to 6
stalemate today.;
Featuring the somewhat suprisingI
outcome which brought the deadlock
to a Georgia team that failed to pene-
trate Georgia Tech territory a single
time was Capt. Bill Hartman's 93-
yard touchdown run on the opening
kickoff of the third period.
Georgia Tech had to capitalize on a

yards on five completions. Georgia fumble for its lone score Education at the University of Kan-
when Oliver Hunnicutt fumbled and sas.
Rams Take N.Y.U Georgia Tech again recovered on the Hill Auditorium was the scene of
17. the afternoon meeting which about
NEW YORK, Nov. 27.-(IP)-Ford- The Engineers then connected with nine hundred attended. Dr. Nai-
ham's "Rose Hill to Rose Bowl" foot- one of their surprisingly few com- (mith spoke on the Origin and De-
ball express roared through its last *t)leted passes when Capt. Fletcher velo,"etrofthfrGmeoBe n
way station today with a 20-7 vic- Sims laid the ball into the hands of ball," tracing it from the beginning
tory over New York University, and 'Dutch Konemann, who got to the through to the present day.
then looked ahead for the signal from one. At the conclusion of this talk the
Pasadena and the post-season classic. meeting was taken over by C. E. For-
Pe b a ls cl n fsythe, director of the State High
backs,ed byr au aclassy collection 0f , . Whip s Tigers School Athletic Association, who led
ski, who galloped 60 yards for the LOS ANGELES, Nov. 27. -- a discussion and eventual vote on
second touchdown, after Dom Prin- revisions of rules recommended by
cipe pounded over to climax a for- General Kenny Washington, dusky the rules committee.
ward and lateral-passing 50 yard halfback sensation of the University Rules Passed
drive in the second period, Fordham of California ac Los Angeles, led the Rulings which were passed by the
took sweet revenge for the 7-6 beating Bruins to a 13 to 0 victory over the coaches included an automatic for-
by which the Violets crowded the Missouri Tigers today. feit rule in case of interference with
Rams out of the Bowl picture a year The Bruins capped a game, dull for the backboards during a game, an
ago. three quarters, with a final burst of I agreement to use a sewed-seam type
Although the violent Violets sty- energy. Their first touchdown came ball, the use of numbers on front and
mied the Fordham march through- on a 56-yard march led by Washing- back of players' jerseys, no time out
out 'the 'first proi a lil ton. after a field goal, and that tie games
ou h frtperiod, it was plainlytn.n State tournaments should 'be de-
evident that it was only a question The second brought 20,000 fans to ided after one overtime by the point
of time. In the final analysis, the their feet in the final 30 seconds of syster o oi
Rams made only eight first downs to play. It came when the "General"s
seven ,but gained a net of 155 yards grabbed a Tiger pass on his own ten Showing of motion pictures which
by rushing, compared to 29%/2 for yard line, galloped pell mel for about dealt with various styles of play.
their neighborhood rivals. 88 yards and lateralled, just as he was play diagrams, and teaching tech-
tackled on the 2-yard line, to center niques of a half dozen outstanding
Lo.rilJohnny Ryland. Ryland fell across college coaches from all sections of
ons prise the goal for the score. the United States, concluded the pro-
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Sidelights On Hockey Opener

The S.R.O. sign was out last night
at the Coliseum . . . but that didn't
keep some 200 overflow fans from
cooling their toes . . . The crowd at
the first game recalls rumors about;
tearing out the north wall to make f
room for more seats .. .
Seen from the lineups the game
appeared strictly a brother affair .. .
There were the two James boys and
the Chase pair of Michigan . . . and
then there were two Allens, one the

worn it three years and after you
take one look at it, you won't doubt
it . . . Either every other jersey has
a history behind it too or the Ath-
letic Association is cutting down on
expenses and starting early . . .
The first score of the game was
offered by the referee. . . He obliged
when he knocked himself for a goal
by slipping, time 1:17 . . . The ice
was so soft in the third period that it
became a pleasure to fall . . . The

finished its season with a rousing'
hurrah by battling the Stanford In- HOUSTON. Tex., Nov. 27.-(IP-
dians to a scoreless tie before 20,000 Sophomore Ollie Cordill, raw-boned
rain-soaked fans at Baker Field to-, west Texan, nudged Rice Institute
day. j closer to the Southwest Conference
Not only did Sid Luckman and his flag today with a pair of touchdowns
valiant comrades avert the rout that ;that dropped Baylor, 13-7.
had been expected, but they actually Once by air and once by ground
outplayed the Huskies from the coast Cordill struck and Baylor, scrapping

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hockey managers are asked to re-
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morrow night at the Coliseum.
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Wolverine's center, the other Wes- Mustangs coach. Ernie Pettinger is most of the afternoon. They missedl
tern's wing . . . But not stopping a brother of Gordon Pettinger who a touchdown by only two yards in the
there the Simpson name entered in, started for the Red Wings earlier closing period and twice before
one a defense for Michigan, the other in the season . . . Pucks weren't the nudged their way inside Stanford's
the same for the visitors. only things that hit the Ontario 20-yard line.
The ragged jersey and outfit that goalie, Don Richardson . . . In the
Smack Allen wore with the No. 1 at- third period the whole cage came
tached to it somehow has a history down on him . .
Before this Vic Heyliger had BEN MOORS TEIN.

back in the dying minutes of play,
couldn't overcome the work of the
195-pound halfback who finally1
limped out of the game to the cheers
of 20,000 numbed fans.

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