THE MICHIGAN DAILY
NYU .... . ..14 LSU ..........12
Georgia Tech . . . 13 Vanderbilt.......6
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Clemson .......15 Texas .......,..
Navy . . . . . . . . 7 Rice ... . . . .
26 Texas Christif
12 Centenary . .
Dartmouth .... 16 Holy Cross .
Harvard.........0 Colgate ....
.... 27 North Carolina
..... 7 Penn .........
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Cornell, Knocks Ohio State- Out Of Undefeat ed Ranks,
Kinnick Passes Iowa To 19-13
WinOver Wisconsin's Badgers.
Big Red Rally
In Second Half
MADISON, Oct. 28.-(P)-Nile Kin-
nick pitched three touchdown passes
to give Iowa's Hawkeyes a 19 to 13
victory over a hard-fighting Univer-
sity of Wisconsin football team to-
day before a Dad's Day crowd of 21,-
The 170-pound halfback from Oma-
ha, Neb., also added one extra point
to account for all Iowa's points.
His three scoring aerials went for.
19, 39 and 24 yards, respectively. He
flipped the first to quarterback Al
Coupee in the second period; the
second to Dick Evans, reserve end, in
the third quarter-each time to bring
Iowa within one point of the Wis-
consin total-and then, with the
Hawkeyes trailing 13-12, hurled the
winning pass to William Green, re-
serve fullback, in the final period.
The Badgers drew first blood late.
in the opening quarter on a 14-yard
pass from halfback Tony Gradisnik
to quarterback Fred Gage, and Gage
converted the extra point. In the
third period, Bill Lorenz, right end,
in the end zone for the final Badger
tally. Gage's placement was blocked.
Kinnick completed seven 'of 17
passes for 124 yards and punted for
an average of 37 3-4 yards on 12 at-
Trounce Ilini, 13-0
EVANSTON, Ill., Oct. 28. -(P)-
Northwestern's Wildcats, gaining mo-
mentum as the season- rolls along,
bowled over Illinois, 13 to 0, today
before a homecoming crowd of 35,-
000. It was: the Illini's third defeat
in four games, their opener with
Bradley Tech resulting in a scoreless
After a drab, scoreless first half,
mighty Paul Sober, Northwestern's
170-pound left halfback from Mus-
,kegon, broke the battle midway of
the third period after a pass inter-
ception. He crashed through left
guard and galloped 74 yards for a
George Rittinger, Illinois safety
man chased him down the field, fall-
ing flat on his face on the 10 yard
mark in a desperate plunge to bring
-the galloping Wildcat down. Don
Clawson, sophomore fullback from
Kankakee, Ill, added the extra point.
Soper, 'famous as a prep player,
carried the ball 13 times for a total
of 16 yards. He punted and passed
beautifully, completing four out of
eight for 36 yards.
After another pass interception, in
the fourth period, De Correvont. shot
a 22-yard pass to Ted Grefe, end,
who in his drive to the Illinois goal
stepped out of bounds on the 3-yard"
line. De Correvont attempted to
score on the next, plunge, but was
stopped on the one. Then Clawson
plunged over for the touchdown,
scoring standing up for the second
Spartans Defeat Stubborn
Illinois Wesleyanz, 13-7
EAST LANSING, Mich., Oct. 28.-}
()-Faced with their fourth defeat
of the season here this afternoon at
the hands of little Illinois Wesleyan,
the Spartans of Michigan State.
awoke in the last three. minutes of a
dogged football game and passed and
ran their way to a 13 to 7 victory
before 17,000 half frozen fans.
Coach Oharley Bachman's hopes
of finding the game, billed as a soft
spot on Michigan State's unusually
heavy schedule, a chance to' make
frequent use of untried reserves, fell
by the wayside as the battling Titans
seized a one point lead late in the
first half and held it against the best
of the Spartan attack until three
minutes of the game was left.
Then Wyman Davis, the twin soph-
omore backfield star from Dundee,
led his team mates on a final goal
line drive. Opening the State siege
guns in earnest on their own 41 yard
line, the Spartans in seven plays
pulled the game out of the fire.
To pples Bucks
Sehol, Sub\ Back, Races
78 Yards For Visitors'
First Score Of Game
COLUMBUS, Oct. 28.-(P)-Cour-
ageous Cornell spotted Ohio State a
pair of touchdowns today, and then
roared from behind with a dazzling
display of gridiron legerdemain to
win, 23 to 14, before 49,583 half-
The Ivy League champions, win-
ning their fourth straight contest,
butted the Bucks off - the road to
football fame and rolled up more
points 'than any team has been able
to score- against Ohio since Francis A.
Schmidt became coach here six years
Ohio's First Setback
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The stunning setback was Ohio's
first of the year, and came as a de-
cided upset on the hels of Buckeye
victories over Missouri,' Northwestern
and Mighty Minnesota.
Ohio' started strong, marching 87
yards- to a touchdown in the opening
period. Jimmy Straugsbaugh, Buck
halfback, plunged two yards for the
-score after a mighty power drive.
The second period was just get-
ting under way when the Buck
grabbed another marker, following
an air and ground attackrthat gined
'73 yards. Quarterback Don Scott
scooted seven yards for the score, f-
ter 'fumbling the pass from center and
'appearing trapped far behind the line.
. cornell Starts Rally
After the second Buck touchdown,
Landsberg, Cornell fullback, carried
the kickoff back to his 22-yard line,
and on the first play substitute half-
'back Walter Scholl slipped over his
right tackle for 78 yards and a touch-
down. Perfect blocking paved Scholl's
way, but he did plenty of hip-wig-
gling to elude tacklers not cleared
away by his mates..
Two minutes after the kickoff,
Scholl passed to substitute halfback
Jack Borhman for the second Cor-
nell touchdown. The play went for
64 yards. Borhman, sneaking be-
hind the Ohio secondary, ran 30 yards
unmolested. Tackle Nick Drahos
placekicked the extra point, and Ohio
clung to a 14-13 edge at the half.
McCullough Goes Over
Halfback Harold McCullough set
upfad then-aored 'Cornell's third
and deciding marker. His punt early
in the third session died on Ohio's
two-yard line, putting the bucks in
a hole. Ohio punted out, but Mc-
Cullough passed to end Alva Kelly
for a 'first down on the 21. Cornell
drove through the line the rest of he
way, with McCullough scoring from
the three-yard line.
'In the middle of the final period,
with Cornell thwarting Ohio's aerial
attack with interceptions, Drahos
booted a perfect place kick from the
12-yard line, clinching the victory.
The invaders were on Ohio's 23, go-
ing strong, as the game ended.
Ohio had 16 first downs to Cornell's
eight, each getting three through' the
air and the others by rushing.
Dartmouth Routs Harvard
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Oct. 28.-(P)
-Dartmouth's unbeaten and once-
tied Indians were slow to hit scoring
stride today, but once Bomber Bill
Hutchinson showed the way, they
overwhelmed Harvard's inept forces,
16-0, before a 40,000 crowd at Har-
Limited to nominal advances until
midway through the second quarter,
Hutchinson, after juggling the ball
while back to punt on fourth down,
changed his mind and zig-zagged
through the entire Harvard team for
38 yards and a touchdown.
Rams Crush Pitt, 27-13
POLO GROUNDS, New York, Oct.
28.-GIP)-In a wild and ferocious fray
that kept 36,000 fans on the verge
of hysteria, the Fordham Rams
crushed the University of Pittsburgh's
Panthers 27 to 13 today. There were
fumbles galore and one of them re-
sulted in a 9-yard touchdown run by
Vince Dennery of Fordham.
Sit And Watch.
By CHRIS VIZAS
Admittedly Coach "Ducky" Pond
and the Eli followers were a despond-
ent lot after yesterday's trouncing:
'by the powerful Wolverines, but early
in the morning, long before they had
any cause to feel so low, the saddest
person in Ann Arbor was standing
in the Michigan Union trying' to be
happy-that was little Herc Renda.
For the last three years the "Mighty
Mite" was never to be found wander-
ing around town on the Saturday
morning of a game, but for the first"
time in his college gridiron career it
Charlie Wouldn't Let Him
It must have been strangely dif-
ferent as he stood there looking so
out of place among the giants of for-
mer years who were parading through
the lounge, and as he was standing
there someone approached him and
astonishingly asked, "What the dick-
ens are you doing around here? Why
aren't you with the team?"
"Aw Charlie woudn't let me," he
replied with head lowered.
"Charlie who?" was the questioning
"This Charlie Horse of mine," he
Had Hopes Of Playing
Even as late as yesterday after-
noon the 5 ft. 4 in., dynamic half-
back had hopes of at least getting in-
to uniform, for he-came down to prac-
tice to warm up, and as he said,
"Maybe I can work it out."
But that diminutive back, who
always gives the crowd something
to cheer and roar about when he
starts pumping those powerful piston
legs of his, just couldn't "work it
out" in one afternoon, and he had
to see his first game since joining the
varsity from the stands.
Texas A&M 20, Baylor 0
Texas Chritsian 21, Centenary 0
Texas 26, Rice 12
Oklahoma 41, Okla. A&M 0
Detroit 16, Tulsa 7
Ohio University 14, Dayton 0
Swarthmore 12, Oberlin 12
Oregon State 13, Wash. State 0
Army 46, Ursinus 13
Clemson 15, Navy 7
Holy Cross 27, Colgate 7
NYU 14, Georgia 13
Dartmouth 16, Harvard 0
Fordham 27, Pittsburgh 13
North Carolina 30, Penn 6
Penn State 6, Syracuse 6
Princeton 26, Brown 12
Notre Dame 7, Carnegie Tech 6
Columbia 26, VMI 7
Villanova 7, Arkansas 0
Rutgers 20, Lehigh 6
Georgetown 7, George Wash. 0
Wesleyan 19, Amherst 14
Bates 6, Maine 0'
Tufts 14, Williams 12
Hamilton 7, Rochester 6
Georgia Tech 7 Auburn 6
Tennessee. 17, Mercer 0
Alabama 7, Mississippi State 0
Tulane 18, Mississippi 6
Duke 6, Wake Forest 0
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Virginia 26, William & Mary (
Florida 14, Maryland 0
Iowa 19, Wisconsin 13
Marquette 13, Arizona 6
Missouri 21, Iowa State 6
DePauw 18, Lawrence Tech 0
Nebraska 25, Kansas State 9
Albion 6, Hillsdale 3
lope 27, Olivet 0
Toledo 6, West Mich. Tchrs. 0
Wayne 18, Akron 12
John Carroll 19, Case 0
From the ORIENT
KASHM I R
Warm and Colorful.
Brilliant At GuardPost.
Ralph Fritz, Michigan's right
guard, turned in one of the best line
jobs yesterday against the Elis
with some fine tackling and block-
ing. "Tugboat" is living up to the
promise he showed in spring train-
ing when !e won the Chicago Al-
un=i Trophy for being the most
improved member on the team as
well as one of the most spirited.
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