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THE MICHIGAN iWAILY

SUINDAY, OCT.

Tennessee

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Indiana

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Notre Dame ...
Navy.........

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Purdue ....... 20 Yale .
Michigan State.. .7 Army

20 Pennsylvania .. . .22
15 Harvard ....... .

Alabama . ..

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olverine Gridders Enjoy Field Day,

Wallop Chicago 35-0

Blocks Davenport's Punt M c e
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Marmon Scores 18 Points
ToLead Attack; Strong,
Westfall Each Score 12
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quarter Trosko intercepted Lou
Lett's pass on the Michigan 35 and
went to. the: Chicago 42 where Miller
downed him. The Wolverines were
penalized 15 yards to their own 42,
but on the first play Harmon faked
twice and then went around his own
left end for the score. His kick was
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Michigan -started to work again
with the ball on their own. 20. Trosko
followed some nice blocking by Har-
mon and Westfall around right end
.r to the 40, and a 15-yard penalty for
1 unnecessary roughness carried the
Sig Bill Smith, fast charging bal to the 13 yard lie into Maroon
first string tackle, blocked his see- territory (which -was trampled all
nd punt of . the year yesterday day). Joe Rogers traveled to the 18
and put the Wolverines hi a per- on an end-around play, and then
fe4 t position to score their first Harmon's, pass to Evashevski on the
touchdown of- the encounter with ,goal line brought the fifth touch-
the Maroons. down. The Hammer's kick was good.
Harmon Scores Again
o,1 The crowd was still yawning when
iluacats Beat they went at it again. Trosko re-
turned Letts' kick to Michigan's 45,
7 and on the first play he burst through
1 K.OR L.L '" 3 center, avoided three tacklers and
went all the way to the one-foot line
NortwesernOverO11!'sbefore Wasem stopped him. As was
Northwestern Overcomes fitting he went over on the first play.
Opponent'sEarly Lead That san Harmon did it again.
Score: 41-0.
EVANSTON, Oct. 21.- (IP) - A The spectators were looking at the
Northwestern team that failed to scoreboard every minute to check up-
score a single point in two games on themselves. They thought another
this season suddenly came to life to- score might have been made while
day to conquer Wisconsin 13 to 7 they blew their nose, and the seventh
before 40,000 spectators. touchdown came almost that fast.
The Badgers scored almost before Evie recovered a Maroon fumble on
the spectators were seated comfort- the 25 and after three plays lost three
ably. Bill Schmitz, their triple threat yards. Then Harmon bulletted a
halfback, threw a 20-yard pass on pass to Westfall on the 21 and the
the third down to Claude York, who Ann Arbor powerhouse powdered his
ran another 20 to the corner of the way for a score. Harmon converted'
gridiron for the score. Fred Gage's'
attempt to kick the point from r a A
placement was successful. Texas AggiesR u
The Wildcats fought back furious- TCU. Eleven 20-6
ly with Don Clawson, sophomore
fullback from Kankakee, Ill., lead-
ing the attack. In the second period, FORT WORTH, 'Oct. 21.-(P)-
he attempted to score a field goal Power seeping from its every thrust,
from the 30-yard mark, but missed. unbeaten Texas A.&M., rumbled on
A few seconds later John Haman, today with a jinx-breaking, 20-6,
Northwestern's great center, inter- rout of the battered shell of once
cepted George Paskvan's pass on the mighty Texas Christian.
Badger 30. Clawson broke away to Ganged around "Jarrin" John
the Badger 3-yard line. He plunged Kimbrough, a hulking son of the
over on the next play for a touch- West Texas cow country, the Aggies
down, but failed to add the extra overpowered and outclassed the ghost
point. of last year's great Christian team
The Wildcats scored again after a -further weighted down today with
Wisconsin fumble and proceeded to injuries to its key -men.
hold the Badgers in check through Fullback Kimbrough, the legs of his
the remainder of the game. 210 pounds incased in bulky splints,
splintered everything in sight to
GRID SCORES break down Christian resistance,
Duke 33,.Syracuse 6 then watched fleet Bill Conaster
Virginia Tech 28, Centre 0 amble 95 yards for the clinching
Roanoke 20, Randolph-Macon 6 touchdon
Richmond 21, Gettysburg 0
Va. Military 16, Virginia 13
William and Mary 26, Hampden-
Sydney 0
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The second and third teams came First Team In Game Only
in and. Michigan took over. the ball
on its own 30 on downs. Ed Christy, 16 'Minutes; Every Man
fullback, picked up three at center ;On Squad Sees Action
^.nd then Dave Strong, halfback.
went off right tackle for 65 yards to on, one hand, was in the tailback:
Score. He was hemmed in by three slot, and traveled around. right end
tacklers on the 20; but got away. Jim for 11 yards to the Maroon 23. as the
Grissen, quarterback, converted, fourth .quarter reconvened. Har-
Score Once InThird mon -duplicated the gain through
'mhe only third quarter score came guard, -and then .just for the variety
when Strong went 37 yards almost he .kicked.a field goal from the 12.
unmolested. Or maybe the Maroons Before.anyone could look up-Rogers
didn't care anyhow. had. recovered a:.Maroon fumble on
By this time the spectators were the 23 and on the; first play Westfall
wondering how high the score -would scored. And what's this? Evashevski
go. They soon. found out, but it was kicked the point after the touchdown.
not without its humor and pathos, Nelson Makps Final Score
as a game, outclassed Maroon -team By now, the only excitement came
hung on while trouble kept coming. when scores of,.other games were an-
Evashevski, who- can. count the num- nounced,.and during an announce-
ber of times he has carried the ball ment, Evashevski recovered a fumble
on the Chicago 44. On third down,
I gthe Hammer twisted; and' turned;. bed
r Srly mdLesson hindownfield blocking. that.mowed
the Maroons down to score again. Of '
MICHIGAN CHICAGO course, the Maroons might have fallen
Czak. LE R. E. Miller over from exhaustion anyhow. Trosko
Ostroot LT Wilson converted.
Olds LC Jensen The last score- came -when Nelson
Ingalls C Wheeler returned a.kick from his own 40 for a
Sukup RG Wallace score. 'Melzow converted.
Smith RT Lounsbury When the game ended two min-
Fraumann RE Richardson utes later, everyone breathed a sigh
Kohl QB Jampolis of relief. And: the- high: score wasn't
Renda LH Letts due to fact that. Crisler wanted to
Call RH Wasem rub-it' in to his oldAlma. Mater. The,
Zimmerman PB Davenport first team , played only 16 minutes
:Scor ..b perods:and everyone ,who -made the trip, saw
action. Crisler -might have said, "I
MICHIGAN ...... 21 34 6 24-85 regret I have only 36 players I can
CHICAGO .....4.. 4 0 o -o O-0 use."
Michigan scoring: Touchdowns, Oddly enough, the Wolverines made
immerman, Renda, Czak, Harmon more touchdowns than they did first
(sub for Call) 2, Evashevski (sub for downs. They made 11 to Chicago's
Kohl), Trosko (sub for Renda), six.
Westfall (sub for Zimmerman) .2, -
Strong (sub for Trosko) 2, Nelson
(sub for Harmon). Points from try McCarran Wins
after touchdown: Melzow (sub for'
Sukup) 4, Harmon (sub for Call) ;3, Grad Golfrown
Grissen (sub for Trosko), :Evashev-
ski (sub for Kohl), Trosko (sub. for Ken McCarran of the Law Club
Renda), (all conversions by place- shot an 85 to win the graduate golf
ment). Field goal--Harmon (sub tournament yesterday afternoon at
for Renda), (by placement.) the University Course He had a 43
Substitutions: out and a 42- in. Boris Woolley, also
Michigan: ends, Rogers, Nicholson, of the Law Club and L. Thorney shot
Nielsen, Kennedy; tackles: Kelto, Sa- 87's to tie for second.
villa, Zielinski, Butler; guards: Mel- In the All-Campus Tournament,
zow, Fritz, Paddy, Jordan, Bennett; Jerold.Benavie was'low with an 86,
centers: Tinker, Kennedy; quarter- H. Ehlen shot 91 for-second place, and
backs: Evashevski, Grissen, Kitti.' R. Patterson carded a MQl for the
halfbacks: Trosko, Harmon, Luther, third spot.
Strong, Nelson; fullbacks: ,Westfall, Ben Smith, star of the frosh golf
Christy, Wichter. 'squad, shot 76 in 1.8 holes- of medal
Chicago: ends, Palmer, Parsons, golf to lead the field in the Frosh
Richardson, Atkins; tackles: Wide- Varsitygolf meet. Dave Osler, Var-
mann, Stearns, Weiss; guards: Scott, sity, -was ,second with a 78. Joe
Wallis, Maurovich, Basile; centers: Gwinn and Bert Katzenmeyer, both
Grinbarg, Rendleman; quarterbacks: freshmen, tied. for, third with 79 each.
R. A. Miller, Leach; halfbacks: Ste- This meet was conducted on a medal
hley, Howe; fullbacks: Howard, Ot- -basis as not , enough varsity were
tomeyer. able to get there for match play.
Officials: Referee, .Birch (Earl-
ham); umpire, Hedges (Dartmouth);
field judge, Getchell (St. Thomas);
head linesman, Graves (Illinois).

I Subs Go To Showers;
Cheer-Leaders'Remain
As the end of the game neared,
Fritg Crisler sent his men directly to
the showers as they came off the
field.
"What will he do if someone is in-
jured?" someone inquired.
A Michigan supporter, face- linedl
with disgust, explained, "That's why
he didn't send the cheer-.leaders to
the showers, dope."
One radio announcer declared that
any good high school team could de-
feat the practical joke that Clark
Shaughnessy put on the field.
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