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To Gophers For Sixth Straight Year, 20-7

hmont Leads Powerful Rams
To 13-0 Victory Over Hoosiers
W YORK, Nov. 11.-(AP)-Look- fun, taking the ball on their own
;tronger every week, Fordham's nine.

Smith, Frutig
May Be Lost.
For Penn. Tilt-

Spartan Comeback Falls Short,
As Santa Clara Takes 6-0 Win,

Saturday's Football Results

lashy Rams hung a 13 to 0 licking on
,he Indiana Hoosiers today with two
tunning offensive tnrusts.
The first of these covered 59 yards
n, five plays for a second period
ouchdown, and the other went 96
ards on the three plays in the third
hapter with Len Eshmont galloping
4 yards for the score.
Eshmont stole the show and the.
.earts of the 20,000 spectators with
is sensational running, passing and
uunting. He gained 144 Yards from
crimmage compared with a net of 43.
ards for the entire Indiana team.
In addition he originated two of the
>ur passes Fordham completed, one
f them good for 31 yards, and
andled the punting chore daiin.g
hie 35 or 40 minutes he was in the
Jim Blumenstock, who shared the
eft half assignment with Eshmont,
ook over at the start of the second
eriod and steered the Rams to their
irst touchdown.
They made their bid after Hal
[ursh sent a weak 10-yard punt out
f bounds on Fordham's 41. Bkuem-
tok- picked up eight yards on one
rip and 33 on another and Pete
aolouak eventually circled his own
eft end six yards to score.
Steve Kazlo's place kick for the
xtra point was blocked, but he made
Dod his later try following Eslmonts
ouchdown in the, third.
Mhio State Powerhouse
Seats Chicago, 61.0
CHICAGO,. Nov. 11.- (AP) -- Chi-
ago's courageous but outclassed foot-
all team took another terrific beat-
g today, bowing to a powerful Ohio
tate eleven, 61 to 0, in a Western
onference engagement.
A scant 2,000 spectators witnessed
zis latest slaughter of the Maroons.
hicago now has scored 12 points in
x games as against 262 for the op-
osition. The Maroons played hard,
lert football but they simply couldn't
atch the big Conference-leading
uck team, which now has four Big
en victories and no defeats.
Chicago fans, who came to see the
assacre, got their only chance to
peer when Jim Strausbaugh fumbled
le first Maroon punt and John Dav-
iport recovered on Ohio's 19 yard
ne. Davenport got a first down in
ur tries, but the Bucks stopped the

Illinois Stops Wisconsin
7.0, In Tough Battle
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Nov. 11.-()--
A scrappy little back named Jimmy
Smith refused to be cornered today
and the way he fought his way out
of a hole produced a sens tional 82-
yard touchdown run and a 7 to 0
victory for Illinois over the Wiscon-.
sin Badgers before 18,000 spectators
at Memorial Stadium.
Smith, a 165 pound sophomore,'
came through with his brilliant scor-
ing sprint in the second period. The
Badgers, fighting to the last second,
made a gallant final period bid which
carried them to the Illinois one foot
line just as the final gun exploded.
Pinch-Hitting Quarterback

Kromer Hurts Leg Again;
Franck, Van Every Rip
MichiganForward Line
(Continued from Page 1)
through the line and then Smith went
around left end to the five and a first
down. Christiansen took it to the two
and then, as was fitting, Smith car-
ried it over. Capt. Win Pederson
converted and the score was 20-0.
Harmon's Passes Threaten
Then, after Minnesota kicked off
to Ingalls who returned to the 27,'
the Wolverines drove 63 yards for
their only score. And it was on the
wings of Harmon passes, plus an in-
terference penalty, that Michigan got
its sole glimpse of touchdown town.
After a 20-yard Harmon to Bob Zim-
merman pass was nullified by an off-
side penalty, interference gave Mich-
igan a first down on its own 45.
Harmon hit Frutig on the 34 and
then tossed a long flat pass to Kro-
mer who slipped behind Bob Bjorck-
lund on the 30 and raced down the'
sideline without being molested. The
Gopher center must have fallen
asleep on the play for thepass was
a wobbly one and could easily have
been stopped. Harmon converted to
keep his record of scoring in every
game intact. There were 12 minutes
to play in the last quarter and every,
eye was turned to the clock, won-
dering if at last Michigan was to
show its vaunted power.
Ingals Defensive Star
And for a moment it looked as
though the Wolverines would. They
took a punt on their own 26 and
three. Harmon passes, one to Zim-
merman, another to Ed Czak and a
third to Frutig, carried the ball to
the Gopher 19. All three were beau-
tiful catches and it looked as though
Michigan finally was on the march.
But the Gopher forwards swarmed
through to stop Harmon three times
before he could pass and the ball
passed over toMinensota. ontits own
Minnesota then drove to the Mich-
igan 13 where they lost the ball on
downs. The game ended when two
more passes carried the Wolverines
to mid-field.
For Michigan it was Ingalls, in his,
first week as a quarterback, who
shone on defense. "Big Red" was all
over the field, in on every play. Eva-
shevski's blocking was missed because
Ingalls wasn't yet sure of his offen-
sive assignments but the real story of
the game was that Michigan was out-
played. It was a superior Minnesota-
team that travelled 292 yards over-
land to win.

SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 11.-(4)-'
One flashing drive of 62 yards, piled
up in a combined aerial and ground.
attack and University of Santa Clara
defeated Michigan State 6-0 ;today to
uphold -"the finest traditions of Far
Western football.
Pre-game odds favored the Western
Broncos, but after the first perod
touchdowns it developed into a ter-
rific struggle that once saw the Spar-
tans from the Middlewest denied a
touchdown by the margin of four
Gaining steadily on punt exchanges,.
Michigan State found itself in pos-
Chalhs Up Lone Tally

session of the ball on its own 47. Five"
runs, through and around the Santa'
Clara line and a 13-yard pass from"
right end Mike Kinek carried the oval
49 yards almost to scoring turf.
It was Michigan State's big mom-
ent. The Spartans couldn't quite
muster the final push. Lewis Smiley,
left end, had his fingers on one
pass, then droppedit at the one yard
The Broncos, clicking in telling
fashion, had swept into the lead
shortly after the contest started. They
appeared on their way to an e sy
and decisive conquest of the invading
team as they banged and passed Cown
the field.
The Santa Clara scoring thrust
started on its 38. Left half Dick
Clark reeled off 14 yards in two
tackle plunges. Fullback Jack Roche
lost two to put the ball on the mid-
field marker and a five yard penalty
sent it back to the 45. Clark followed
with a 17 yard pass to right end Bill,
Anahu. Three line plunges followed
and from the 25 yard line Clark
whipped the leather to Anahu who
caught it over the goal. Bill Batch-
elor, Spartan center, blocked, the try
for point.
Penn State Scores Upset
Over PennsylvaniaI, -0.
alert Penn State eleven outplayed
Pennsylvania in every department to-
doy to score a 10 to 0 major upset
over the Quakers before 45,000 at
Franklin Field.
Little John "Pepper" Ntrella, of
nearby Downingtown, a sophomore
who entered the game midway in the
first period, scored States' touch-
down on a 17-yard dash around end
to climax a 73-yard drive in the open-
ing quarter.
In the second quarter, after State
had recovered a Penn fumble on the
Quaker 14, John Patrick booted a field
goal from the 15-yard line from a dif-
ficult angle and against a strong wind
to account for the Nittany Lions' re-
maining points.
State made 12 first downs to 7
and gained 236 yards by rushing to
105. State made 17 yards through
the air to 14 for the Quakers.
Football Scores
Purdue 3, Northwestern 0
Illinois 7, Wisconsin U
Ohio State 61, Chicago 0
Nebraska 7, Kansas 0
Marquette'-21, Iowa State 2
Boston College 20, Detroit 13
Boston U. 13, Cincinnati 6
Oklahoma 13, Kansas State 10
Depauw. 48, Earlham 6
Lake Forest 39, Wabash 0
Manchester 33, Franklin 0
tig, Czak; tackles, Kelto, kFloI
guards, Melzow, Olds, Jordan; backs:
Grissen, Zimmerman, Call, Kitti.
Referee, Frank Lane, Detroit; um-
pire, A. A. Schablinger, Springfield;
field judge, George Simipson, Wiscon-
sin; head linesman, Lavern Dilweg,

Harvard 15,:Army 0
Columbia 14, Navy 13
Brown 14, Yale 14
Holy Cross 14, Temple 0
Missouri 20, N.Y. University 7
Pr-inceton 9, Dartmouth 7
Penn State 10, Penn 0
Pittsburgh 6, Carnegie Tech 0

Cornell 14. Colgate 12
Fordham 13, Indiana 0
Georgetown 20, Maryland 0
Manhattan 19, W. Virginia 7
Muhlenberg 23, Lehigh 0
Maine 12, Bowdoin 6
Swarthmore 10, Johns Hopkins 0
Susquehanna 13, Juniata 0



,"% Y -ca
r5A !.F

Bob Ingalls, with but a week's
practice in the urterback slot,
cam~e, through with ;a good job =yes-
terday as a replacement for the
injured Forest Evashevski, regular
signal caller. Bob called signals in
high school froz an end position,
but saw his first baxkfield duty
against the Gophers.
Gridiron Scores
Duquesne 7, No. Carolina State 0
North Carolina. 32, Davidson 0
Win. and Mary 19, Rand.-Macon 6
Ohio Wesleyan 13, Centre 7
Iowa 7, Notre Dame 6{
Minnesota 20, Michigan 7I

Paul Kromer, after, a long lay-
off with an injured knee, was back
at his halfback position yesterday
to score the Wolverine's only touch-
down on a long pass from Tom
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Kromer Again Injures Knee
Michigan had the edge in first
downs, making 11 to the Gophers 10,
and in passing as Minnesota complet-
ed none out of four. But, there its-
superiority ended. And so did the
myth of Wolverine invincibility.
The loss cost Michigan more than
a blotch on its record as Frutig, who
pulled a leg ligament in the last
three minutes, may be out for the
rest of the season. He was taken to
the hospital last night. Kromer's leg
was injured again and Bill Smith
may be lost for Pennsylvania 'with
a bad knee.

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Minnesota scoring: Touchdowns,
Van Every, Franck, Bruce Smith
(substitute for Franck). Points from
try after touchdown, Mernik, Ped-
ersen (placements).
Michigan scoring: Touchdown,
Kromer. Point from try after touch-
down, Harmon (placement).
Minnesota substitutions: Ends,
Johnson, Fitch, Atkins, Steinbauer;
tackles, Leckner, Odson, Billman;
guards, Larson, Pukema, Levy; cen-
ter, Kolliner; backs, Christiansen,
Bruce Smith, Paffrath, Jamnik,
Shearer, Gould, Johnson, Bartelt.
Michigan substitutions: ends, Fru-





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