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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

BROWN.....
HARVARD ...

20' CORNELL......15 OHIO STATE... 6 COLUMBIA.
.3 1 COLGATE .~ 61 INDIANA....0 dYALE .. .. ...

27 MINNESOTA .. 16 NOTRE DAME . 52 PITTSBURGH 28 PENNSYLVANIA
14 NEBRASKA ... 7 KANSAS . . ..... TEMPLE .... . . 6 LAFAYETTE-

Buckeyes Eke
Out Win'Over
Hoosier Team
Gopiers Whip Nebraska;
Columbia Upsets Yale
By 27-14 Score
COLUMBUS, 0., Oct. 1.-(P)-Ohio
State's gridders, hardly the "Scarlet
Scourge" of former years, took a long
step toward the Western Conference
title today by defeating the Hoosiers
of Indiana 6 to 0, before 67,397 fans,.
a record opening day throng.
The Bucks, outgained through the
air and on the ground by the lighter
and faster Hoosiers, credited their
victory to a couple of Ohio sopho-
mores, and a couple of breaks which
halted Indiana thrusts in the shadow
of the goal posts.
A 10-yard touchdown pass from
sophomore Jimmy Dexton to sopho-
more Don Scott, climaxing a 70-yard
jaunt, finished the only sustained
drive made by the Bucks. Included
in the scoring thrust was another
Sexton-Scott aerial which gained 20
yards.

Action In The Second Quarter of Yesterday's Victory

National Loop Greenberg Foiled Again It's A Gyp! Engineers
Lo p ICLEVELAND, Oct. L-(A1)-Ham- Loe haceT
Race Decided mering Henry Greenberg failed today
to narrow the gap separating him MOREHEAD, Ky., Oct 1.-UP)-
As Cubs Split from Babe Ruth's record of 60 home an abbreviated football game
runs as Dennis Galehouse. Cleveland Morehead Teachers College Eai
Wrigley Field To Be Scene pitcher, blanked the Detroit Tigers trounced Lawrence Tech of Det
Of First World Series here, 5 to 0. today, 76 to 0. By agreement of
A double bill tomorrow closing the coaches the last five minutes of
Game Against New York j American league season offers big jfinal quarter were eliminated.
Hank his last ;hnet i rbte
SPORTSMAN PARK, St. Louis,Hhance to tie or better In a wild third quarter Moreh
Oct. L.---P)-The Chicago Cubs, the record. Greenberg now has 58 scored seven times on nine plays
crippled but courageous, sewed up 'homers. less than eight minutes.
their third National League pennant
in seven years by plastering the St.
Louis Cards, 10 to 3, in the second
game of a wild-eyed double header
here today while their last rivals, the
Pittsburgh Pirates, were bowing in
Cincinati.
The Cards snatched the opener, 4
to 3, but only delayed the Cubs' title A-(11 t)H
triumph by a matter of hours.
The Cubs now meet the New York
Yankees, American League champions1T i lls!
for the third straight time, in the
World Series beginning next Wednes-
day. The first two games of the
Series, Wednesday and Thursday, will
be played in the Cubs' Wrigley Field.
The next three, if three are necessary,
will be fought out in Yankee Stadium,
New York, Saturday, Sunday and
Monday. If the Series goes more than
five games, the action returns to Chi- Did you take some snapshots yesterday?
cago Wednesday.

Elis Bow To Lions.
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Oct. 1.-(A)-
Paced by its one man offense, Sid
Luckman, Columbia soundly trounced
Yale, 27 to 14, before 35,000 fans to-
day. The Light Blue tallied single
touchdowns in the first and fourth
periods and two in the second. Yale
tallied in the first and third periods.
Wildcats Win Opener
EVANSTON, Ill., Oct. 1- () --
Northwestern opened its football sea-
son with a 21 to 0 victory over Kan-
sas State before 35,000 spectators to-
day.. The visitors reached Northwes-
tern's 20 yard line only twice, while
therWildcats scored on three long
marches.
Football Scores
EAST
Amherst 6, Springfield 6
Bucknell 27, Gettysburg 14
Carnegie Tech 49, Davis Elkins 0
City College (N.Y.) 15, Buffalo 2
Cornell 15, Colgate 6
Fordham 47, Upsala 0
Georgetown U. 51, Hampden-
Sydney 0
Brown 20, Harvard 13
Penn State 33, Maryland 0 "
Pennsylvania 34, Lafayette 6"
Princeton 39, Williams 0
Rutgers 15, Vermont 14
Pittsburgh 28, Temple 6
Navy 26, Virginia Military 0
Villanova 59, American Int. 0
New York U. 19, Maine 0
Holy Cross 46, Rhode Island 0
Columbia 27, Yale 14.
Dartmouth 51, St. Lawrence 0
SOUTH
Alabama 34, Howard 0
Kentucky 66, Oglethorpe 0
Mississippi State 22, Florida .0,
Georgia 7, South Carolina 6
Georgia Tech 19, Mercer 0
Tennessee 20, Clemson 7
N. Carolina 21, N. Carolina State 0
MIDWEST
Northwestern 21, Kansas State 0
Illinois 44, DePauP 7
Wisconsin 27, Marquette 0
Purdue 21, Butler 6
Missouri 14, Colorado '7
Minnesota 16, Nebraska 7
Ohio State 6, Indiana 0
Michigan 14. Michigan State 04
Bradley Tech 0, Chicago O
Notre Dame 52, Kansas 0

Michigan Daily Photo
The above shot was taken in the second quarter of yesterday's game as Paul Kromer, one of the heroes of
yesterday's Michigan victory, was about to be brought down by Lyle Rockenbach, State guard. Alex Ketzko,
Spartan tackle, No. 17, is moving up in the background. Also visible is Bill Smith, No. 43, Michigan tackle, who,
" is moving over to block out State's Johnny Pingel.
PlayBy Play Of Michigan Victory
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By TOM PHARES
FIRST QUARTER
Brennan kicked off for Michigan to
Szasz who brought the ball back to
the State 28,where he was downed by
Valek. On the first play, Pingel quick-
kicked over the defense's head and
Evashevski was downed on his own 26.
After three futile trys at the center
of State's line, Purucker punted from
his 20 to Pingel, who stepped out of
bounds on his 25 yyard line.
Pingel was stopped on a try at right
end, Szasz made five over left tackle,
but Haney was stopped on the next'
play and Pingel was forced to punt.
His kick just barely rolled into the
end zone for a touchback.
The ball was brought out on the
Michigan 20 and after Purucker was'
stopped at the line, Trosko stepped
through a big hole at his own left
tackle for six. Purucker was again
stopped and then punted out of
bounds on the State 39.
State could get but four yards in
three downs and Pingel booted to
Purucker who came back 12 yards to
his own 23.
On a reverse, Evashevski to Pur-
ucker, Norm wriggled through right
tackle for eight yards. Phillips made
it a first down as he hit center for
four. Three line smashes by Purucker,
Phillips and Trosko, brought another
first down on the State 45, but the
Spartans braced and forced Purucker
to punt and the ball was downed by
Janke on the State 21.
Two short passes by Pingel gave
State a first down on their 39 and
after two unsuccessful "trys by Szasz
and Pingel, Johnny again took to the
air, but over-shot his mark. Trosko
intercepted the pass on his 45 and
was downed on the State 47.
On Michigan's second play, Puruck-
er shot a 20 yard pass to Valek down
the center and he got to the 24 be-
fore being brought down as the quar-
ter ended.
Score: Michigan 0, Michigan State 0.
SECOND QUARTER
Michigan's ball on the 24. On fourth
down, Kromer, in for Purucker, passed
4o Valek on the State 10 yard line
where he was swarmed under by five
State tacklers. After Kromer wa,

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stopped at left tackle, Phillips faked
a reverse to him and hit center, driv-
ing to the three. Kromer was again
stopped at the line but on fourth
down he pounded over his own right
tackle for a touchdown. Valek place-
kicked the point. Score: Michigan 7,
Michigan State 0.
Bruckner kicked off for State to
Trosko who returned the ball from
his own three to his 33 before Bruck-
ner brought him down. After Kromer
hit the line three times, he punted out
of bounds on the State 18.
The Wolverines stopped two plays
and Pingel punted to Kromer who
took the kick on the, Michigan 40,
dodged half a dozen tacklers and
fought his way 21 yards to the State
41. Kromer hit the line twice, and
Trosko once, to no avail, and Paul
kicked out of bounds on the State 24.
Pingel shot a short pass to Nelson
who reversed his field and went 14
yards to a first down on the 38. An-
other pass by Pingel and his plunge
through center for five brought a
second first down on the 49. Pingel to
Nelson again was good for eight and'
Kovacich made another first down
through left tackle. State was threat-
ening but Michigan braced and took
the ball on downs as three pass plays
and a running play fell short.
Harmon carried the ball twice and
the first half ended. Score: Michigan
7, Michigan State 0.
THIRD QUARTER,
Rossi kicked off for State to the
Michigan 15 where Harmon made the
catch and returned it to the 37 by
fast moving. Purucker made 10 yards
and a first down circling his right
end. After Phillips picked up five
through tackle, Harmon, g o i n g
through the same hole, raced to the
State 33 but fumbled, and Gargett
recovered for State.
Ciolek returned the favor and Har-
mon recovered his fumble two jjays

later on the Spartan 43. After Har-
mon went for 13 yards through left
tackle two reverse plays and a pass
failed and Purucker punted out of
bounds on the State six yard lire.
Ciolek was stopped at right end but
on the "statue of liberty" play, Pearce
took the ball from him and raced to
a first down on the 17. Ciolek made
five on a reverse and then passed to
Diehl in the flat as the defense was
sucked in. He was in_ the clear but
was overtaken from behind by Har-
mon who made the tackle on Michi-
gan's 34. The threat was ended when
Kromer intercepted Ciolek's pass on
the 20.and returned it to the 35.
Ciolek's pass was intercepted by
Meyer on the 33 but after three plays,
Hook punted to Ciolek on State's 25.
Another "statue of liberty" play and
Ciolek's, right end run brought five
yards as the quater ended. Score:
Michigan 7, Michigan State 0.
FOURTH QUARTER
A reverse through left, tackle by
Haneyand, a pass, Pingel to Nelson,
brought State two- first downs to
Michigan's 38. Pingel's pass to Bruck-
ner was good for 10 more but Puruck-
er intercepted the next pass on the
12 and brought it back to the 20. An
exchange of punts gained Michigan
four yards and put the ball on the
Wolverines' 23.
Hook's drive through left guard
brought a first down and Purucker
followed up with a cut back through
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right tackle for 15. Two more cracks, 0 d
at right tackle and an end sweep Our quic satisfactory sere
by Trosko brought the ball to i
State's 42. Purucker's pass to Trosko your desires.
gave Michigan another first down on
the 27 and Trosko's fake reverse
through tackle put the ball on the Both of our stores Carry con
15; Kromer and Harmon were sent
into the game. cameras and camera supplic
With two minutes to go, on third
down, Hook faked a reverse to two your service.
men and then raced around left end
to the two yard line. Kromer went
over right tackle for the score. Valek's
try for point was blocked but Kromer Frwictsco
recovered and ran, it over. Score:
Michigan 14, State 0. since ,195
After receiving Michigan's kick-off,
Pingel completed a pass to Haney for 724 North University 22
a first down on State's 46 but after
two more aerials were knocked down)
the gun ended the game.
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