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MAL b .A THE MICHIGAN' DAILY
Notre Dame ... 19 Santa Clara ......7 Duke...........14 Tennessee.......14 Dartmouth .... 24 Wisconsin ...... 6 Purdue.,..,..01PE
Army ......... ..7 Michigan State .. 6 North Carolina . 0 L.S.U............6 Yale ..........6 Indiana ........0 Iowa .... , ... 0 N

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ennsylvania . . . . 0
Ivy . . . . ...... 9

Illi iois

With Diversified Attack, 14-0

Smeared On This One

Many Weekly Gridiron Upsets
Traceable To Reports Of Scouts
By IRVING GERSON I fornia one week, Pitt the next andI
Football upsets-those unpredict- i Army the third."I
able, nerve-wracking, awe-inspiring Scouting is not an easy Yob by any1
gridiron episodes where the underdog means, according to the author. The
spills its opponents are present every scout must view the game with a
week on the thrill-packed football purely analytical mind, completely ig-
fnoring the cheering, sentiment, etc.,
front. land concentrating on how the teams
Their causes are probably many line up, what plays are called and
and credit for them quite often falls when, plus innumerable other de-
to the coach of the team. According tails. The scout must saddle his emo-
to Tom Meany, writing in a recent tions.
issue of the Saturday Evening Post, a Pointing out how 'air travel has re-
great many df the upset victories can placed the railroads in the life of the'

Notre Dame Beats Army Iowa Ties Purdue, 0-0
NEW YORK, Oct. 29.-(P)-Fought IOWA CITY, Oct. 29.-(RP)-Iowa's
to a standstill for the first half, Notre Hawkeyes, heckled on several fronts
Nore because of listless traits, replied to
Dame poured the wealth of its reserve their football critics today with a fiery
power onto the field in the last two performance for a scoreless tie with
periods today to batter down and heavily favored Purdue.
beat a good Army eleven, 19 to 7, in I The tie, a moral victory for the
their silver anniversary game before Hawkeyes, was the closest Iowa has
heir slvertanniersare come to winning a Big Ten contest
80,000 spectators. I at home since it walloped Wisconsin.

Paul Kromer, the ace sophonore half-back from Kiski, attempted to
crash the center of the Illinois line on this play but was thrown with-
out gain. Kromer showed his all-,around ability yesterday, being
particularly outstanding in his punting and run back of the Illinois
boots. Several times he booted out of bounds within the visitors' 10!
yard line.

be directly traced to the expert eye
of the team's.scouts who, while watch-
ing the other outfit the previous Sat-
urday, detected flaws and weaknesses
in their offense and defense.
They turn their information over:
to the coaching staff which plans 4nd
drills their men to capitalize on these
weaknesses. The freshmen and re-
serve squads play an important part
in the preparation for they illustrate
the next opponents formation and pet
plays as they have been diagrammed
by the scouts. Says Meany, "The
frosh squad may be Southern Cali-

scout, Meany says, "At one time a
prerequisite in every scout was the
acrobatic ability to dress and undress
in an upper berth. Lately this has
been rather unimportant, and a scout
of these days must be immune to air-
sickness above all else."
The press box is not the orly place
where scouts take their places, for it
has been found that sometimes a dis-
torted view is given from there, in re-
gards particularly to spacing be-
tween linemen and backs. Other ha-
vens of the spies are on the 50 yard
line and in back of each goal post.

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Football Scores
EAST
Holy Cross 21, Colgate 0
Boston College 33, Florida 0
Manhattan 13, Canisius 3
Ohio State 32, N.Y.U. 0
Penn State 33, Syacuse 6
Bnwn 48, Tufts 0
Bucknell 6, Albright 0
Lafayette 39, Ursinus 9
MIDWEST

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Chicago 34, Depauw 14
Missouri 13, Nebraska 10
Kansas- 27, Kansas State 0
Iowa State 7, Marquette 0
Carnegie Tech 27, Akron 13
Western Reserve 47, Boston U. 6
Toledo 39, Wayne 20
SOUTH
Tulane 27, Mississippi State 0
V.P.I. 7, North Carolina State 0
Alabama 26, Kentucky 6
Centenary 7, Loyola (L.A.) 6
Davidson 13, Forman 12
V.M.I. 47, Maryland 14
SOUTHWEST
Oklahoma 28, Tulsa 6
S.M.U. 7, Texas 6
Texas A&M 13, Arkansas 7
lFAR WEST
Colorado 20, Wyoming 6
Washington State 15, Gonzaga

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Hodges RG Heikkinen Ingle. Centers, Levich. Backs, Ben-
Riggs RT Siegel nett, Ehni, Wardley, Thistlewood,
Young RE Nicholson Elting, Purvis.
Pezzoli QB Evashevski Substitutions, Michigan: Ends.
Peterson LH Kromer Smick, Frutig, Czak, Gedeon, Zielin-
Burris RH Harmon ski, Tackles, Smith, Kuhn, R. Hook,
Rettinger FB E. Phillips Jordan. Guards, Fritz, Sukup, Olds,
Illinois. .....0 0 0 0- 0 Centers, Tinker. Backs, Meyer, Me-
Michigan.......7 0 7 0-14 haffey, Trosko, Levine, Strong, W.
Michigan scoring: touchdowns: Hook, Kitti, Luther, Renda, Christy.
Harmon, Evashevski. Point from Officials: Referee: James Masker
try after touchdown Brennan 2, (Northwestern); Umpire: H. G.
(placekick). Hedges (Dartmouth). Field Judge:
Substitutions, Illinois: Ends, Cas- Nick Kearns( DePaul); Head Lines-
telo, Zimmerman, Fultz. Tackles, man, Lee Daniels (Loyola).

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Ilinis-Michigan Statistics.
ILLINOIS
First Downs............................... .. 7
Yards gained rushing (net)....................96
Forward passes attempted.......................19
Forward passes completed ....... ............. 7
Gains by forward passing .......... ..............79
Yards lost, attempted forwarl passes .............. 32
Forward passes intercepted by ................... 1
Yards gained, run back of intercepted passes... ...4
Punting average (from scrimmage) .. . ...........33
* Total yards, all kicks returned ................ . .50
Opponents' fumbles recovered ...................2
Yards lost by penalties .........................10

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