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Wolverines End Four-Year Jinx By

18 To 0Win Over Ohio


Michigan Line,.l
Is Sensational
Against Bucks
Seniors Hook, Heikkinen,
And Siegel Are Brilliant
As O.S.U. IsTrampled
(Continued from Page }
studded with reserves the Wolverines
surprisingly struck again. The des-
perate Buckeyes had sent giant Joe
Aleskus, left tackle, back to pass but
his sky high lob was dropped into
Lou Levine's hands by Frutig, and
it was Michigan's ball on the Ohio 45.
Norm Purucker circled around end
for eight yards, and then came the
Weetest play of the game. TheWol-
verines shifted left with Fred Trosko
baek and started a sweep around the
left side The blocking, led by re-
serve guard Milo Sukup, was superb
with Meheffey, Levine and Puruck-
er, adding crucial spills to clear an
aisle for Trosko who sped across for
the touchdown.
Purucker's conversion was low and
to the right._
Carrying the ball on a full spinner
which, State could never fathom,
Wlly smashed and plowed through
the ponderous Buckeye forward wall
to move the ball into Ohio territory
onseveral occasions.
K-omer, punting well and running
with a cool precision, and Harmon,
tli slashing back, were Michigan's
chief threats along with Hook. Big
Eashevski at quarterback blocked
w,l and continued his excellent field
Statistics For Michigan
Tfie statistics do not indicate Mich-
igan's measure of superiority. The
Wolverines ran up ten first downs
to Ohio's nine, both teams register-
ing twice on passes; they had a net
gain by rushing of 205 to 72; Michi-
gain attempted 13 passes and com-
pleted six while Ohio tried 17 and
was successful but three times; State
failed to intercept a Michigan pass
while three of the Buckeye tosses
found their way into Wolverine
hands; Michigan gained 64 yards by
passing to Ohio's 37.
_unning over the course of the
game briefly one finds Ohio con
tinually forced to play deep in their
owi territory .with Michigan's line
stopping their running game and the.
razzle-dazzle seldom clicking.
The Ohio's main threat came after
anexchange of kicks had given them
the ball on their own 25 after two
minutes and 46 seconds of the first
quarter had elapsed. A reverse from
_Cocatain Mike Kabealo to Straus-
berg around right end moved the ball
to the Buckeye 48 for a first down.
On second down a reverse from Jim
Langhurst to Frank Zadworny was
good, 33 yards as Arch Kodros's div-
ing tackle fell inches short as Zad-
worny came thru a good hole over
left tackle.
'Michigan Line Holds
Here the Michigan line indicated
what was to come. Langhurst failed
to gain on a plunge and when he.
tried it again Siegel dropped him for
a five yard loss. A reverse, Lang-
hurst to Zadworny resulted in a four-
yard loss when Zadworney fumbled,
Kabealo recovering. A third down
pass was knocked down by Kromer,
apd Kotbealo had to punt, his boot
just missing the coffin corner as it
rolled into the corner of the end zone
for a touchback.
The team exchanged punts twice,
butG Michigan won the argument
when Kabealo kicked poorly out of
bounds as he stood on his own 12, the
ball rolling out on the Ohio 33.
Hook made two and Kromer passed

nicely to Nichelson in the flat for
inches short of a first down. Hook
made it on a drive to the 20, and on
third down another toss, Kromer to
Evashevski moved it to the Ohio 13
as the quarter ended..
Fall Short Again
That was fourth down, three, and
Harmon's drive at left tackle missed
a first down by inches, State taking

Wolverine Eleven Thwarts Ohio State's 'Five-Year-Plan'

Fighting Irish' State Downs Temple, 10 To 0,
Triumph 9 -7 As Pingel Stars In Final Game

Over Wildcats


-Daily Photo by Sheeline
Paul Kromer, Michigan sophomore backfield star, is shown being stopped by the Ohio State line, in the
second:quarter of yesterday's game, one yard from the touchdown marker. Michigan players are: 69 Evashev-
ski, 98 Harmon, 36 Heikkinen, 62 Siegel. Buckeyes are; Co-captain Kabealo 16, Strausbaugh 4, Andrako 36,
and Sarkkinen 35. On the next play Tom Harmon took the ball over for the Wolverines' first score.
Purdue Beats Indiana, Illinois Routs
Cicago, Nebraska Down Hawkeyes

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LAFAYETTE, Ind., Nov. 19-(1P)A
dazzling display of speed by ball car-
riers Lou Brock and Jack Brown
brought Purdue's Boilermakers a
thrilling 13-to-6 victory over Indiana
here today before a crowd of 32,000
in. the forty first game between the
two Hoosier Big Ten schools.
Brown, a 170-pound junior, got
away for a touchdown by hustling
the opening kickoff 98 yards through
all of Bo McMillin's "pore little boys."
.Brock, also a junior, tallied the
second Purdue touchdown, outrun-
ling the Indiana defense for an eight-
yard sweep around end in the second
Ifldiana's only score came in the
fourth period after Coach Mal El-
ward had sent almost a complete
team of Purdue reserves into thefray.
rhe "Fighting Hoosiers"~ marched
eighty yards on runs by Ray Dumke
and passes by Harold Hursh. Then
Dumke took the ball over.
Indiana's touchdown march was
the only serious offensive the Hoosiers
made, "although they scared 14 first)
downs against ten for Purdue.
The Boilermakers knocked at the1
touchdown door four times without
entering. Once they tried a field goal
without success and the other three
times Indiana stopped them.
CHICAGO, Nov. 19 -(_(P)- Bob
Zuppke's University of Illinois eleven
over on their own 10. A backfield in
motion penalty, a constant Michigan
nemesis today, was declined by Ohio
on the play.
They exchanged punts with State
getting the worst of the deal and
when Kabealo kicksed poorly again to
the Ohio 38, the Wolverines began
to move.
Harmon passed to Valek. who was'
'completely surrounded on the 24, for'
a first down and Harmon ran to the
18, but State tightened and Harmon's
fourth down pass in the end zone was
knocked down by Zadworney.
Ohio got the ball, fumbled on the
razzle-dazzle miscue and Michigan
went ahead to score its first touch-
The teams were sparring at the
Michigan again held the upper
hand in th third period when Kromer
returned a Buckeye punt beautifully

blasted Chicago's last 1938 bid for a
Western Conference football triumph
today by routing the hapless Maroons,
34 to 0, in the season's finale for
both schools.
Three of the Illinois touchdowns
came in the final period as Chicago
rained passes from deep in its own
territory in desperate scoring maneu-
vers. Another came in the second

rolled up 285 yards from running
plays compared to 31 by Chicago. The
Maroons meanwhile resorted to their
only effective scoring medium, the
forward pass, and completed 10 of
27 for 85 yards. Their nearest ap-
proach to the Illinois goal was the
35 yard line in the third period. A
penalty and an incomplete fourth
down pass checked the advance.

Willard Hofer's Field Goal
In Third Quarter Wins
Gaine For Notre Damke c
EVANSTON, ILL., Nov. 19.--/P)-
Notre Dame's "Fighting Irish," striv- J
ing for National Championship hon- '
ors they last achieved under Knute 1E
Rochne in 1930, cleared the semi-'
final hurdle in their path by con- s
quering a stubborn Northwestern w
eleven, 9 to 7, today before a sell-out r
crowd of 48,500.-i
Only Southern California, to be NN
played in Los Angeles next Satur- l
day, remains an obstacle in the F
Championship drive, with eight 'I
straight victories already in the Irish a
bag. t
Reserve Back Stars1
The name of Willard Mofer, a 22 t
year-old second string, unheralded
quarterback of Rock Island, Ill.,a
where his mother and father run a k
restaurant, must be gloriously writ-f
ten in the victory of the Irish. In two
smooth maneuvers, typical of thet
Irish rise to football emergencies.
young Hofer scored all the points
that whipped Northwestern.
In the second period, Hofer inter-
cepted a pass and ran it back 55
yards for a touchdown. In the third
period, with the Irish trailing 7 to ,
he kicked a goal from placement
squarely between the uprights from
the 20 yard line to give Notre Dame
victory by its closet margin of the)
McGurn Scores
The nine points off set the touch-
down that Jack McGurn, Northwes-
tern fullbatk, scored in a two yard
plunge after the Cats had marched
49 yards. It was young Hofer's big-
gest day of his career. He is a senior.
Previous to this season, he was third
string quarterback and didn't even
win a letter last year.
Today's savagely played game was
typical of the Irish-Wildcat rivalry
that has existed for 49 years. For
longer moments than Notre Dame
and its cohorts cate to rememb r,
Northwestern dominated the first
half, gaining 205 yards to 77 for
Notre Dame, and registering 11 first
down to four.
In the first half. the Wildcats staged
marches of 37, 38, 48, 26 and 49 yards
toward the Irish goal. Finally on the
last assault, they managed to score
and take the lead when Nick Conteas
kicked the extra point after McGurn
had plunged two yards for a touch-
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EAST LANSING, Nov. 19 -(P)- ning attack
Michigan State College ended its 1338 line. During
fotball season today by trouncing John Kovac(
.0 to 0, a. Temple eleven which con-MieLk-
istently out-gained the Spartans but Te nk
ailed to deliver scoring punch. A Temple's nev
rowd of 12,000 saw th'e Owls yield 17 yards to e
o State's superior strategy. The Spa:
The Spartans' great t;uple-threat, schedule wit
ohnny Pingel, led 10 other Spartan defeats.
eniors to triumph in their last col-
ege game. L
Michigan State, starting from L I
Temple's 38 after a punt return,
cored early in the second period Secreta
when fullback Usaf Hafiey, one of the
etiripg seniors, hammered his way
nto scoring territory. A tricky for-
ward-lateral, from halfback Eddie In
Pearce to end Ralph Bennett to Win a
Haney, added 13 yards to the advance. ter pay,
The diminutive Pearce flashed wide business 1
around his left end for seven yards Begin
o score standing up. Big Les Bruck- classes. S
ner, reserve quarterback, converted Thursday
he extra point with a place kick. Start a
Bruckner, again with his expert toe Visit th
at work, cashed in a perfect place- phone Toi
kick from Temple's 14-yard marker H
for a field goal in the final period.
Temple made its most serious B US I t
threat in the third period. The Owls William
advanced 77 yards on a ripping run-

to State's three-yard
the drive quarterback
evich passed 19 yards to
c, and John Berrier,
w-found passer, threw one
nd Sammy Ashwood.
rtans completed their
h six victories and three
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period foliowing a Chicago fumble.
The first was in the opening quarter NEBRASKA WINS, 14 TO 0
after Illinois' 'first scoring thrust IOWA CITY, Ia., Nov. 19 -(/P)-
had backed the Maroons to their Nebraska's Cornbuskers, none too
goal line, successful themselves 'this fall, put a
In gaining their second triumph drab finish on an already dismal
in five Conference starts, the Illini football season for Iowa today by
handing the Hawkeyes a 14 to 0 de-
doing nothing more than enlivening feat before approximately 14,000
proceedings. On only one occassionfans
might they have scored, Bill Bullock, The loss was Iowa's sixth in eight
their forward passing expert; throw- 'starts, the Hawkeyes having beaten
ing a beauty to Strausbaugh who only Chicago and tied Purdue. It was
dropped the ball in the clear behind a welcome victory for the Cornhusk-
Harmon. It would have been a certain ers, who had won only one game,
score, lost five and tied one in previous en-
The Michigan third stringers fin- g e
ished the game, but the real battle Although most of the contest was
came as an aftermath. Taking a cue bitterly fought through the airlanes,
from Michigan State, the Wolverine it was -Nebraska which produced the
rooters, exuberant after four years scoring punch on drives through the
of Buckeye domination, headed for line when opportunity beckoned.
the goal posts. After half hour of Herman Rohrig of the Cornhuskers
pugilistic mayhem, the battle sub- i slammed across from the four-yard
sided with the goal posts still upright. line late in the first quarter and sub-
It was Ohio's lone victory of a most stitute George Porter added the final
touchdown late in the game/on a drive
enjoyable Michigan afternoon. om the twoeyard lrne.
LINEUPS The Hawkeyes, possibly making
Etheir last appearance under head
Michigan Pos. Ohio State master Irl Tubbs who is reported on
Sick LE Sarkkinen way out after two years at Iowa, were
Janke (c) LT Schoenbaum brilliant w.ith their attacks through
Heikkinen LG Gales the airlanes. They could not, however,
Kodros C White muster a final thrust into pay dirt.
Brennan RG Hofmayer
Siegel RT Kaplanoff (cc) Sukup, Jordan, Olds. Centers, Tinker.
Nicholson RE Lohr Backs, Hook, Evashevski, Levine, Pur-
Meyer QB Kabealo (cc) ticker, Renda, Strong, Christy, Me-
Xromer LH Strausbaugh hafdfey, Trosko s
Harmon RH Zadworney Ohio State: Ends, Bartschy, Bliss,
Phillips FB Langhurst Whitehead. Tackles, Aleskus, Bolser,
Grundies. Guards, Nosker, Spears,
Michigan .. 0 6 0 12-18 Frank Smith, Marino. Centers, Maag,
Ohio State.0 0 0 0- 0 Andreako, Wuellner. Backs, Sexton,
Scott, Fordham, Zuchegno, Bullock,
Michigan Scoring: Touchdowns: Elliott, Simione, Welbaum.
Harmon, Frutig, (suh for Nicholson); Referee: James Masker (Northwes-
Trosko (sub for Harmon). tern); Umpire: Anthony Haines,
Substitutes: Michigan: Ends, Val- (Yale); Field Judge: Russ Finster-
ek, Frutig, Czak, Gedeon. Tackles, wald (Syracuse); Head Linesman:
Kuhn, William Smith. Guards, Fritz, Perry Graves (Illinois).


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