...12 N'WESTERN . . 33 NOTRE DAME . 21 ILLINOIS
0 IOWA STATE.. 0 DRAKE ...... .0 DePAUL
0 VIRGINIA ..
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1937
S C O'R E S
Army 21, Clemson 6
Boston College 21, Kansas State 7
Boston 13, Rhode Island 6
Brown 13, Rhode Island 6
New York U. 18, Carnegie Tech 14
Columbia 40, Williams 6
Fordham 66, Franklin and Mar-
'Georgetown 38, Shenandoah 0
Harvard 54, Springfield 0
Holy Cross 7, Providence 0
Texas A. and M. 14, Manhattan 7
New Hampshire 21, Bates 12
Penn State 32, Gettsyburg 6
Princeton 26, Virginia 0
Vermont 7, Rensselaer Poly 6
Rutgers 20, Hampden-Sydney 0
Navy 32, The Citadel 0
Villanova 42, Penn Military 0
Yale 26, Maine 0
Gopher Loss Marks Sole Major
Upset Of Opening Grid Clashes
braska's vengefui ornhuskers by a LAeLoeliLLn a in jipeiUUoa SOUTH
14 to 9 score highlighted today's Big Maroons LoseSU
Chicago's hapless Maroons started Georgia 13, South Carolina 7
Ten football proram, which also nthrTennessee 27, Virginia Poly 0
saw Ohio State's Buckeyes defeat Georgia Tech 28, Mercer 0
Purdue 13 to 0 in the opening game bilt, the Commodores taking an 18 to Duke 34, Davidson 6
of the Western Conference title race. 0 decision in a driving rain at Nash- North Carolina 20, North Carolina
The highly touted Golden Gophers ville. Illinois, which eked out a State 0
ran up against a stubborn Nebraska three-point victory over DePaul a Washington and Lee 6, Richmond 0
line and two costly Minnesota fum- ear ago, didn't do as well against Vanderbilt 18, Chicago 0
bles were converted into Cornhusker Auburn-Tulane, postponed, rain
touchdown maneuvers. Uram's pass the same eleven today. DePaul,
to Spadaccini gave Minnesota a lead, fighting off a final period Illinois MID-WEST
but Nebraska counted on Howell's charge which ended with an inter- Wayne 19, Akron 13
smash in the second period, and nWestern Reserve 58, Hillsdale 0
smas in he scon perod, nd ception on the DePaul goal line, held Miami (Ohio) 75, Marietta 6
colin h e t gameostanza pass touch- Illinois to a scoreless tie. De Pauw 20, Rose Poly 0.
Intercepts Pa ssNotre Dame, scoring 278 yards by Mich. Normal 44, N. Mich. Teach-
Ohio State converted two inter- rushing to 29 for Drake, defeated the ers 0
cepted passes into scoring thrusts Bulldogs 21 to 0 to open auspiciously Colorado 14, Missouri 6
to down the Boilermakers before 49- the 50th Irish football campaign be- Utah 14, Brigham Young 0
643 fans. Dick Nardi, surprise starter fore 41,000. Northwestern, with fleet Western State 7, Colo. College 3
for Ohio, intercepted a Purdue pass Bob Swisher scoring three touch- Colo. Mines 7, Colo. State 0
and a few plays later scored on aidowns, whipped Iowa State handily, Nevada 9, Wyoming 7
short smash. Fred Crow took a pass 33 to 0, in the opener of the Big Ten Sub-Middlebury 26, Hartwick 0
from Kabealo to score in the final champion's 1937 schedule. Defiance 6, Detroit Tech 0
period. Indiana and Iowa were idle. The Waynesburg 20, Slippery Rock 0
Wisconsin reasserted its claim to Hoosiers net week oppose Minnesota Parsons 6, Ill. College 0
state supremacy by defeating Mar- and Iowa will play Bradley College of Carleton 7, Ripon 0
quette 12 to 0 before 31,000 fans who Illinois. San Diego State 3, Occidental 0
San Francisco 21, Daniel Baker 0
Whitewater Teachers 1
Cornell (Ia.) 20, Lawrence 0
LAMPS and SHADES Butler 13, Cincinati 0
Texas Christian 7, Arkansas
Oklahoma 6, Rice 0
Toledo 19, Georgetown (Ky.) 0
GI..P,...,,,M , (9- no 20, Princii 0
Fosters 'R u e - cArt Coe nx220, Central (Ia.) 6
Iowa Wesleyan 6, W. Ill. Teachers
213 South State 0
Alma 7, Adrian 0
Portland 36, Pacific U. 0
State won the toss and defended
the north goal. Marzonie kicked to
'Haney who carried the ball to the 29.
Coolidge picked up one through guard
then Ciolek punted out on Michigan's
Renda made three at end, Ritchie
was stopped, then Ritchie punted to
Halbert who returned the ball to the
On four plays Haney and Pingel
carried the ball for a first down on
the 17. Pingel cracked the line for
no gain. Haney sliced off left tacklel
for two, Halbert lateralled to Pingel'
for no gain and Pingel's pass to Nel-
son was grounded. Pearce attempted
a place kick from the 20 but it was
wide and low.J
Laskey picked up 6, Stanton gained
three and Ritchie made it first down
on the 33. Ritchie plunged for 1,
passed incompletely, State was off-
side for a five yard loss, Ritchie's
pass was grounded and Ritchie kicked
out on the State 33.
Pearce picked up 8 and Pingel made'
three and a first down. Haney hit
tackle for 8 and Pearce gave the
Spartans another first down on the
Michigan 34. Valpey nailed Pingel
for a four-yard loss, then Pingel
gained it back. Score-Michigan 0,
. SECOND QUARTER
Nelson caught Pingel's pass on the
Michigan eight, Pingel was tossed for
a three-yard loss, Pearce lost one,
Pingel was knocked down by Valpey
behind the line and Laskey batted
down a pass intended for .Nelson.
Renda circled end for eight, then
added one and Trosko made it a first
down on the 27. Trosko gained two
and then was tossed for a nine-yard
loss before he punted to Halbert on
Pingel clicked off 11, Pearce added
five and Haney dashed through tacklef
to the Michigan 14. Pingel made one
but Michigan was penalized for off-
side. Pingel was stopped as the half
ended: Score, Michigan 0, Michigan
Marzonie kicked off to Ciolek who
ran to the 45. Ciolek made one, then
Farmer intercepted Ciolek's pass.
Ritchie was stopped for no gain, Ren-
da picked up 7, Ritchie added one
then punted out of bounds on the
On the next play, Ciolek dashed 89
yards for the first score. Kovacich's
kick was blocked.
Score, Michigan State 6, Michigan
Olman kicked off to Ritchie who
slipped on the 40. Renda lost one,
Ritchie's and Stanton's passes wer
batted down andtRitchie kicked toI
Ciolek on the State 22.
Coolidge slashed tackle for five,
Ciolek failed to gain then punted
to Renda who ran it back 13 yards,
to the Spartan 47.
Ritchie was stopped at the line
then passed to Nicholson who was
brought down on the 28. Renda made
two, Ritchie added three then threw
a pass which was grounded. The
net pass was snared by Renda on the
Renda got in the clear on the next
play but slipped. Michigan had the
backfield in motion and was penal-
ized. Then Renda caught Ritchie's
pass and crossed thf, goal. Trosko
kicked the point.
Trmsko kicked off to Pearce who
-Was nailed on the 26. Pearce made
five, Pingel skirted end for 18, Gaines
picked up six, Pinkel added three
then Nelson grabbed Pingel's pass.
and trotted across for a touchdown.
Pearce's kick was good.
Score, Michigan State 13, Michigan
Trosko took the State kick-off and
ran it to the 26 and Farmer caught
Trosko's pass on the 37 as the quar-
ter ended. Score: State 13, Michigan
Trosko gained five, Renda caught
Trosko's pass on the 25. Then after a
pass from Trosko had touched Pin-
gel's and Farmer's hands, Farmer
took it and ran to the one-foot line.
Trosko plunged over for the touch-
down and kicked the point.
Haney took the kick-off to the 38,
Pingel lost two at tackle, Haney
picked up seven and Pingel passed to
Nelson for a first down on the Mich-
igan 42. Pingel threw another pass
to Nelson who carried over for State'sss
third tally. The try for extra point
Smick took the kick-off on the 22
and galloped to the 35. Renda then
fumbled and Speelman recovered for
Pingel passed to Nelson on the 19
and Michigan was offside for another
five yards. Pingel's pass to Halbert
was good. Haney lost one, Pingel's
pass was incomplete, Pearce was run
out of bounds and Pingel's pass over
the goal was knocked down.
Ritchie's pass to Smick was incom-
plete, Michigan lost five on a penalty,
Ritchie lost four attempting to pass,
Michigan was penalized for illegal
use of hands to the one-yard line
and Ritchie kicked to the 45.
Pearce gained six through the line
as the gun went off. Final score:
Michigan State 19, Michigan 14.
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