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November 06, 1938 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1938-11-06

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Averines Score Three Times Then Coast To 19-13 Vici


ner Tallies
te On Punt
eturn, Pass

's Blocked Kick
overed By Sukup
I Zone For Score
Continued from Page 1)


1 line late in the final period
two plays Jack Dutcher,
ore quarterback, scored the
uchdown that has been regis-
)f a running play against
in this season.
ent 18 yards around right end
first attempt, and then ada-
2 yards down the sidelines on
se from Loye Rainwater for
re. Three Michigan defenders
ots at him with Bill Luther
the best angle on the Michi-
but he squirmed out of their
s to reach pay dirt.
Penn Scores Again
minutes later Penn scored
marching 45yards through
Dutcher passed to Bill Miller
Wolverine 24, and two plays
tossed another bullet to Fred
on the Michigan 7. A line play
and with only a minute re-
g, Miller tossed flat to Straub
goal line, and the reserve end
d to project enough of his
over the last marker to get
or a score.
r converted successfully after
ial score but missed connec-
i his second attempt.
statistics give Michigan the
er the ground route and Penn-
i the nod through the air. The
.nes registered 12 first downs
Y's 10. They gained 182 yards
ing to Penn's 145. Both teams
8 passes with Penn completing
more than ,Michigan. The
yardage on passes was 134,
m's 80. Indicative is the yard-
return punts, Michigan gain-
yards by this route to Penn's

Football Scoresl
Dartmouth 44, Dickinson 6
Yale 20, Brown 14
Fordham 3, St. Mary's 0
Manhattan,-3, N.C.S. 0
NYU 45, Lehigh 0
Syracuse 7, Colgate 0
Rutgers 20, Princeton 18
Holy Cross 33, Temple 0
Columbia 39, Virginia 0
Army 20, Fi ankiin-Marshall 12
Boston College 14, Indiana 0
Harvard 47, Chicago 13
Lafayette 7, Penn State 0
Villanova 25, Auburn 12
Detroit 38, North Dakota 7
Iowa State 14, Drake 0
Nebraska 16, Kansas 7
Alabamat3, Tulane 0
Georgia Tech 19, Kentucky 18
Georgia 19, Florida 6
Vanderbilt 14, Sewanee 0
South Carolina 7, Duquesne 0
Tennessee 45, Chattanooga 0
L.S.U. 32, Miss. State 7
Baylor 14, Texas 3
S.M.U. 10, Texas A&M. 7
Rice 3, Arkansas 0
TCU 21,ATulsa 0
Washington 10, Stanford 7
UCLA 21, Washington State 0
Wildcats Next

Milo Sukup Finds A Linesman's Heaven--OnBottom Of Pile issouri Beats
Chrkstman Paces igers To
Winning Score
COLUMBIA. Mo.. Nov.- /P--The
University of Missouri cracked a bat-
tered Michigan State cifense for a FOR young people who
touchdown in the fourth quater and were unable to start school
weathered a stormy last minute Spar- at the beginning of our Fall
an attack for a 6-0 victory today in Term o September, , our
heir jutersectional football gae be- new classes will be started
fore 10.000 spectators. on November 7.
Paul Christman, the Tigers' sopho- Students begin and ad-
nore aerial artist, started Missouri's vane independently. As soon
tcuchdown attak with a lo mp as definite assiguments are
rom his own 29 yard line to Stillman compieted. the graduate is
rouse, who caught the ball on his4 3. entit led to th assistance of
As Spartan tacklers pulld him our Employmnent .Depart-
downi he lateraled to Orf who car ment in securing a position.
ried to the Michigan State 30.
Myron Counsil, substitute fullback Alad
-laying in place of injured Clarence placed.
Hydron, shot through tile Spartan Phone or call for free literature
line on a reverse for a first down on
-Dety hot by'B~wiiix the 16-yard line. Christman then set
After Don Siegel, rangy Michigan tackle, blocked Fr ank Reagan's kick early in the second quarter, the the s fr the th n th a
ball bounded into the end zone where it evaded Siegel's grasr. After the subsequent pile-up was untangled, pass to Clay Cooper on the nine-yard arr1nilton
there was Mile Sukup, hugging the ball close to his bar rel chest for the first Wolverine score. Pennsylvania line.
thought that a Penn man had recovered and spent a mh aute debating the point with the referee. They lost -'------Business College
that one and six others when Referee James Masker stck to his guns and gave the touchdown to Michigan. H. W. CLARK William at State Phone 7831
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FAYETTEVILLE, Ark, Nov. 5--UP) with only 50 seconds of play remain- Guard Bill Haner, holdin' the ball _--
-Referee Alvin Bell of Little Rock ing. for the second attempt tumbled.
had to be escorted off the field by: The Rice Owls made two attempts Schuehle picked up, was chased back
state policemen today after Rice won before Schuehle's successful boots 20 yards then tried to pass to a team--
a hectic Southwest Conference grid and the officials' decisions on the mate who turned out to be an ineli-
battle from Arkansas 3-0. two plays brought boos from the gible receiver. Players and fans con-
crowd. tended the ball was grounded deliber-
Some 2,000 protesting fans and stu On the first field goal try which ately but no penalty was called.
dents rushed onto the field shortly was blocked, a Rice substitute was The University ROTC oined offi-302 SouthState St(ear Liberty St
after fullback Jake Schuehle kicked on the field and officials said the cers in protecting Bell. Coach Fred
a field goal from the 27-yard line whistle was blown before the kick. C. Thomsen of Arkansas walked be- FOUNTAIN PENS
side the official to the players dress- TYPEWRITERS
Hichigan-Plnnsylvania aumegStatisticsing room. Approximately 1,500 fans
3r s~,nensvCin ~ iS~urrounded the dressing room for STUDENT SUPPLIES,~
PENN MICHIGAN more than 30 minutes before the
First downs..10 12 crowd began breaking up and Bell left
Fir t ow s .. .. .. .. .. .. .. -- . .. . .. . .. . . 1012under police guard. ~--
Yards gained rushing (net)......................145 182
Forward passes attempted .......................... 18 18
Forward passes completed .......................... 11 10 BIG TEN STANDINGS
Yards by forward passing ..................... . .... 134 80 W L T Pt.
Yards lost, attempted forward passes . ............... 8 0 Minnesota ...........3 1 0 .750
h .F..rward..asses inter.epted by ... ..... ..............1 0 Wisconsin ............3 1 0 .750 T h e4ih ' e, I &H 11

Shinn, c



Janke, c

0 0 0 13-13

Kromer Stars
you're looking for heroes, the
clearly brought forth the talents
e gifted Kromer and Howard
ffey as backs. Mehaffey, start-
is first game showed power in
unning and preolsion in his
ing. Outstanding in the line
Siegel, Sukup, and Horace
r, who did 60 minute duty as
e Kodros' 'relief. Kodros rested
juredi ribs on the bench.
sup especially was impressive.'
romer's 50 yard touchdown run,
s active Milo who dumped two
defenders on the 25 to clear an
for the ball carrier. As Ralph
:inen's understudy, he led the
ing brigade and showed a world
eed and aggressiveness. Tinker
.00 per cent at all times, tack-
aell and passing accurately.
Penn, Dutcher and Jim Con-
were the backfield standguts
Harlan Gustafson and Capt.
Shinn starred in the line. Frank
an, the publicized sophomore,
used sparingly and wound up
a net gain of a negative two
for the afternoon.

Michigan ..........0 13



Penn scoring : Touchdown: Dutcher,
Straub. Point after touchdown, J.
Miller (placement).
Michigan scoring: touchdowns,


Sukup, Kromer 2. Point after touch- I
down: Meyer (place-kick). Y
Penn subslitutions: Ends, Fielden P
Barnett, Miller, Straub, Stephens.1*Z
Tackles; Yard, Bradway, Engler. 01
Guards, A. B, Smith, Lorber, Murphy, I
Wagner. Center, Becker, Levy.
Backs, Dutcher, Rainwater, Chizma-
dia, Koepsell, W. J. Miller, Stephens,
Michigan substitutions: E nds,
Nicholson, Gedeon, Czak, Nielsen,
Zielinski. Tackles, W. Smith, Jor-
dan, B. Hook, Kuhn. Guards, Sukup,
Fritz, Olds. Backs, Meyer, Purucker,
Trosko, W. Hook, Levine, Renda,
Strong, Phiilips, Christy, Kitti, Lu-
ther, Laskey.
Referee, James Masker, (Northwes-
tern); Umpire, John J. Schommer,
(Chicago); Field Judge, Frank Lane
(Detroit); Head Linesman, J. J. Lipp'i
t a
it Wnt Be
Long Now,
So Be Prepared
)ee our large
fine stock of
)orting Goods -

-w alU C4A G tt i icN cu iy. .. .. .. ..
ards gained, run back of intercepted passes ......". ..2 0
inting average (from scrimmage)................29 38
Total yards, all kicks returned .... . ...... ...... . .. 73 136
pponents' fumbles recovered ....... ...............2 2
ards lost by penalties .............................35 45
* Includes punts and kick-offs.


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