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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Dartmouth .... 33 'fordham.... ... 13
Yale ........... 0 Rice............7

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Marquette

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..... 13 Navy

13 Tennessee
. 6 L.S.U...

20 Alabama..... 7
.. 0Kentucky ......7

Villanova.. ...13
Detroit ........6

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Ohio State

Takes Big

Ten Lead By Drubbing Indiana, 24-0

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Buckeyes Win
Third Straight
In Conference
Scott And Langhurst Pace
Teammates To Victory;
Hursh Is Bottled Up

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COLUMBUS, 0., Nov. 4.-()-
Ohio State's rampaging Bucks gra
bed undisputed possession of fir
place in the Western Conference tc
day by romping to a 24 to 0 victor
over an utterly impotent Indian
squad before 40,872 shivering fans.
Bounding back from last week
startling setback at the hands c
Cornell, Ohio grabbed its thir
straight Big Ten win and becam
the League's only undefeated tear
following Illinois' upset of Michiga:
and Iowa's defeat of Purdue. Th
loss eliminated Indiana from the titi
race.
Scott Is Sensational
Ohio's Don Scott, 200-pound, quar
terback, sparked the Bucks with sen
sational punting, passing and run
ning. Two of the touchdowns wer
registered by James Langhurst, th
nimble-footed fullback, but Scott ac
counted for the other touchdown an
two extra points. Charley Maag, gi
ant tackle, booted a 16-yard fiel
goal and the other extra point t
rbund out the scoring.
Halfback Jimmy Strausbaugh'
slippery running put the Bucks i
snoring position, three runs by hin
featuring a55-yard advance to th
three yard line. On the first pla
of the second period, Langhurs
plunged over for the first touch
down.
Hursh's Poor Punt Costly
Indiana's Hal Hursh of Middle.
town, 0., whose dangerous passing
was bottled completely, set the scen
for Maag's field goal. Hursh's only
poor punt slipped off his boot for
one-yard gain to Indiana's 28an
'cot ripped off 15"yards befor
Maag's boot.
Three accurate passes by Scot
were good for 45cards and the triple-
threat quarterback topped off th
drive by hitting center for eight yard
and the second touchdown.
' Indiana halted a fourth period Buck
drive on the three, but Hursh passed
from behind the goal line and Lang-
hurst intercepted. Two plays later
Langhurst slipped through from the
two- yard marker for the final touch-
down.
Coach Alvin "Bo" McMillin's pro-
teges never once threatened to score,
the big Ohio line halting the Hoosier
runners in their tracks.
Phi Delts Boast
Best I-M Record
AroundBig Ten
Which fraternity is the strongest
in athletics throughout the Big Ten?
According,: to the records compiled
since 1931, the' honor goes to Phi
Delta Theta by a wide margin.
The Phi Delts have won the all-
around championship no less than
14 times in the last eight years, Ohio
$tate leading the parade with four
winners, all in the last four years;
Minnesota has had three top-notch
Phi Delt aggregations, Illinois two,
Indiana two, and Michigan, Purdue
and Wisconsin, one apiece.
Second place goes to Phi Kappa
Psi, which has had 10 winners in
five Big Ten schools since 1931.
Northwestern and Iowa lead with
three, Purdue has had two, and Chi-
cago and Indiana one apiece.
Other fraternities which have won
championships more than twice are
Delta Tau Delta with five crowns,
Psi Upsilon with four, and Beta Theta
Pi, Sigma Chi, Tau Kappa Epsilon,
Phi Beta and Sigma Pi with three
each-
Here at Michigan, the strongest
fraternity in intramural- competition
during the last eight years has been
Theta Chi, with victories in 1933 and
1934. Other winners hav been Alpha
Kappa Lambda, 1932; Pi Lambda
Phi, 1935; Delta Upsilon, 1936; Chi
Psi, 1937; Phi Delta Theta, present
leader in the Big Ten, 1938; and Psi
Upsilon, this year's pace setter.

leafs Blank Bruins,
5-0, In Hockey Tilt
TORONTO, Nov. 4.-(P)-Showing
superior condition and attacking
punch, the Toronto Maple Leafs
humbled the World Champion Boston
Bruins 5-0 tonight in the National
Hockey League opener for both clubs.
Although strengthen up front by

Sothern Cal's*
Trojans Crush
Oregon State
USC Power Brings 19-7
Triumph, Strengthens
Bid for Rose Bowl Game
PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 4.-(~)-
Crashing, crushing giants wearing the
maroon and gold of Southern Cali-
fornia battered Oregon State College
into submission 19 to 7 today in a
football classic that left the-winners
knocking at the Rose Bowl door as
the losers tumbled into the oblivion of
defeated teams.
Trojans Show Power
It was merely a case of a good big
team bucking up against a bigger
and better gridiron opponent. Tro-
jan ground power, combined with a
sharply clicking a e r i a 1 attack,
smashed down a stubborn Oregon
State to account for two touchdowns
in the second period and another in
the third.
The northern eleven, fighting des-
perately to stave off its first Pacific
Coast Conference defeat, came back
with a last minute drive to count and
touchdown and convert the kick.
USC Is Undefeated
Southern California; undefeated in
the Conference championship race,
but tied in its opening game by Ore-
gon, lined up on the dirt floor of
Multnomah stadium as the favorite.j
An overflow crowd of 32,611 left the
enclosure convinced the odds of 2%
to 1 were justified.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
University of Detroit High 12, De-
troit Cooley 12
Detroit Northeastern 6, Detroit
Denby 0
River Rouge 14, Wyandotte 6

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EAST
Holy Cross 46, Providence 0
New York U. 14, Lafayette 0s
Boston College 13, Auburn 7
Long Island U 27 W.Va. Wesleyan 6
Brown 54, Tufts 7
Bucknell 32, West. Maryland 6
Georgetown 14, W. Virginia 0.
Penn State 12, Maryland 0
Manhattan 26, Boston U 0
Catholic U. 13, Tulsa 7
Rutgers 32, New Hampshire 13
Connecticut 20, Lowell Textile 0
Bowdoin 7, Bates 0
Amherst 13, Mass. State 0.
Union 27, Williams 7
Rensselaer Poly 13, Vermont 6
Lehigh 20, Haverford 13
Colby 7, Maine 6
Ohio U 14, Morris Harvey 13
SOUTH
Mississippi 14, Vanderbilt 7
Duke 7, Georgia Tech 6
S. Carolina 6, Florida 0
Kentucky 7, Alabama 7 (tie)
Tennessee 20, Louiana State 0
Mississippi State 28, Birmingham-
Southern 0'
Chattanooga 10, Sewanee 7
No. Carolina 17, No. Carolina St. 9
Wake Forest 14, Marshall 13
Virginia Tech 20, Furman 7
Randolph Macon 26, Delaware 0
Va. Military Inst. 0, Richmond 0
Virginia 47, Chicago 0
Davidson 22, The Citadel 14

MIDWEST
Lawrence Tech 34. Defiance 0
Michigan.Normal 13, Wayne 6
Albion 39, Olivet 0
Washington U 12, Wash. & Lee 6
Toledo 20, John Carroll 0
Case 6, Baldwin-Wallace 0
Wooster 19, Oberlin 14
Findlay 26, Kenyon 0
Western Reserve 32, O Wesleyan 6
Detroit Tech 19, Miami U. (O) 7
Apron 29, Wash. & Jeff. 22
Centre 6, Cincinnati U 6 (tie)
SOUTHWEST
Baylor 27, Texas Christian 0
Southern Methodist 10, Texas 0
Oklahoma 38, Iowa State 6
Oklahoma A&M 20, New Mexico
Aggies 0
1IDWEST
Beloit 26, Grinnell 19
Iowa Wesleyan 6, Upper Iowa 0
Adrian 2P, St. Mary's 0
Hillsdale 30, Hope 6
Michigan Tech 12, Grand Rapids 0
Carroll 26, Wheaton 7
Cornell (Ia.) 8, Knox 0
Illinois College 20, Millikin 0
ROCKY MOUNTAINS
Colorado 21, Utah 14
Brigham Young 21, Denver 18
Idaho 19, Utah State 7
Colorado State 22, Wyoming 0
FAR WEST
U.C.L.A. 20, California 7
Southern Cal 19, Oregon State 7

Santa Clara 7, Stanford 7
Washington 9, Montana 0
Oregon 38, Washington State 0
Baylor 27, Texas Christian 0
New Mexico 0, Oklahoma A&M 20
Texas 0, S. Methodist 10
Oregon Grabs Another
EUGENE, Ore., Nov. 4.-(IP)-
Coach Tex Oliver tossed three power-
house University of Oregon football
teams at Babe Hollingbery's Wash-
ington State Cougars today to roll up
a 38-0 Pacific Coast Conference vic-
tory.
The Webfoots scored in every period
to post the most decisive victory in
the 39-year-old rivalry.
Mieb. Ill.
First downs . ...... ......8 7
Yds. gained rushing (net) 112 9P
Forward passes attempted 22 17
Forward passed completed 6 5
Yds. gained fwd, passes... 99 77
Yds. lost, att. fwd. passes 15 7
Fwd. passes intercepted by 1 3
Yds. gained runback
intercepted passes .... 18 37
Punting ave. (from scrim.) 36 44
Total yds., kicks returned 34 93
Opponents' fumb. recov'ed 1 5
Opp. fumbles recovered .. 1 5
Yds. lost by penalties .... 25 25

Football Results Throughout Country

Ohio State's 200-pound quarterback, Don Scott, turned in another
sensational game yetserday when he paced the Buckeyes to a 24-0 rout of
Indiana with a superb display of running, passing and punting. He'll
bear plenty of watching when he accompanies his mates to Ann Arbor
Nov. 25.

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75,626 See Notre Dame Ramblers
Whip Army,14-0, For Sixth Straight

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NEW YORK, Nov. 4.-(JP)-Work-
ing on its customary narrow mar-
gin of profit, the well-manned Notre
Dame football team ran its 1939 win-
ning streak to six straight today by
making the most of two breaks to
whip game but out-classed Army, 14-
0.
A crowd that filled the 75,626-
seat Yankee Stadium to capacity saw
the all-conquering Irish go 30 yards
in three plays after recovering an
Army fumble in the second quarter,
and then, behind expert blocking,
send sub halfback Steve Bagarus
scooting 43 yards down the sidelines
with a fourth-quarter intercepted
pass.
Stevenson Boots Extra Points
In each case Harry Stevenson
booted the extra point from place-
ment, as Notre Dame has done with
only one exception after each of its
scores this year. Between the two
tallies, Elmer Layden's boys threw
up -a defense that once halted the
Soldiers on the Irish 21 and again
took the ball on downs when Army
needed only half a yard for first
down on the Notre Dame 5.
Notre Dame's first tuochdown,
which would have been enough to
keep thr South Benders among the
nation's unbeaten and untied teams,
was remarkable chiefly for the fact'
that it included the first Irish pass
completion in three games.
Given the ball on the Cadet 31 when
John Finneran, second-team center,
dropped on an Army fumble, the
Irish hit the line to a first down on
the 20. But from there they were
pushed back tothe 30 by two suc-
cessive penalties.
Here Stevenson took command.
First he faded back and pitched a
long pass square into the arms of
Pete Arboit, an end, who took it in
Villa nova Tops
Detroit, 13-6

front of Johnny Hatch, Army's star
sophomore, and was dropped in his
tracks on the 7 yard line. A line play
got one yard, and then Stevenson,
starting wide around Army's left end,
cut back over tackle' for six yards
and threw himself over the goal line
through a mass of Army tacklers.
Army ComesBack
Army came back in the last few
minutes of this first half to recover
a Notre Dame fumble on the Irish 30.
One smack at the Notre Dame line
made 9 yards, but two more were
held for no gain, and Steve Sitko
knocked down Match's fourth-down
aerial to end that threat.
Midway of the third quarter the
Soldiers started pounding their op-
ponents' line to good effect. With
Jim Dubuisson and veteran Art Front-
czak making most of the yardage,
they drove from the Notre Dame 47
to first down on the 15 in five plays.
Three plays'more and they needed
only half a yard for first down on

the 5. But the Irish forwards rose up
en masse, Frontczak was spilled for
a loss, and the Irish had the ball.
That was the last time Army even
came close. Half way through the
final period Hatch, harried by a horde
of inrushing Notre Damers, let fly a
gambling pass.
Bagarus Scoots To Score
Bagarus intercepted it virtually at
the sideline and then walked a tight-
rope down the line behind a screen of
impromptu but efficient blocking to
go the 43 yards to pay off territory.
As if to add insult to injury, the
Irish apparently had a third touch-
down three plays after the ensuing
kickoff. Another fumble and Irish
recovery had given the winners pos-
session on Army's 32. On the first
play Stevenson reared back and left
fly to Bagaraus, who took the ball on
the 5 and stepped over, but the play
was called back and Notre Dame
penalized 15 yards for unnecessary
1.oughness.

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Edge

DETROIT, Nov. 4.-(,P)-For the
fifth successive year Villanova today
conquered University of Detroit by a
single touchdown, winning 13 to 6 as
Nick Basca, a sharpshooting passer
from Phoenixville, Pa., completed two
long touchdown aerials.
A crowd of 10,651 that sat under
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