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'ighting Iowa Team Drops Irish From Unbeaten Rank

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Kinnick Scores

For Victorious
Hawkeye Team
Iowa Ace Plays In Fifth
Consecutive Full Game;
Rambler's Streak Ends
IOWA CITY, Nov. 11.-(AP)-Iowa's
fighting iron men toppled proud Notre
Dame from the ranks of the country's
undefeated football teams today. The
durable Hawks, eight of whom played
the full 60 minutes, shapped Notre
Dame's six-game winning streak by a
7 to 6 score in an exciting, pulse ting-
ling game that had 46,000 fans stand-
ing for the last four minutes.
Durable Nile Kinnick, who com-
pleted his fifth straight game with-
out relief, sent the Hawkeyes into a
7 to 0 lead with a four yard touch-
down plunge and a successful drop
kick for the extra point with only 40
seconds remaining in the second
period.
Zontini Misses Extra Point
The Hawks fought off Notre Dame
until late in the third period. The
fighting Irish climaxed the surge
with Milt Piepul's cutback through
center from the four yard line for a
touchdown on the second play in the
fourth period.
Lou Zontini dropped back to try
for that big extra point that would
have meant a tie. He took careful
aim but the big halfback, whose points
after touchdown beat Southern Meth-
odist and Carnegie Tech, booted the
ball to the left of the goal posts.
Iowa Repeats 1921 Upset
That was all for the Irish. The
game they had scheduled for a breath-
er backfired to end Notre Dame
dreams of its first undefeated season
since Knute Rockne's last Irish team
won the National. Championship in
1930.
The Iowa victory also duplicated
the performance of thes1921 Hawk-
eye eleven which whipped the Irish
10 to 7 to crack a 20-game winning
streak.
FRESHMAN FOOTBALL
There will be a meeting of all
freshman football players at Ferry
Field Administration Building at 8
p.m. Monday, Nov. 13. Important.
-Wally Weber, Freshmn Coach

Trto Of Local
All-Americants
AGiven Banquet
By MASE GOULD
Robert L. Ripley may not know it
yet, but in the very near future he's
going to receive an item which prom-
ises to strengthen Ann Arbor's place
on the athletic map.
At a banquet dinner held last night
at the Barton Hills Country Club
honoring three former Ann Arbor
high football stars, who later became
All-Americans at Michigan, namely,
Aqua Allmendinger, "Matnly" Malt-
besch and Otto Poni ierening, it was
decided to let Ripley in on the fact
that having three All-Americans
from a single locality is something
which happens but once in a life-
time.
All-Star Array Chosen
More than twenty members of Ann
Arbor teams between 'the years 1905
aid 1910 were present at the banquet
and from this list an all-star array
was chosen.
The team includes: left end, Wal-
ter Laubengayer, the banquet host;
left tackle, Gene Snyder; left guard,
Aqua Allmendinger, a Michigan All-
Aiieican in 1914; center, Harvey
CorntWell; right guard, Oscar Ben-
jarhin; right tackle, Otto Poimer-
erring, a Michigan All-American in
1928; right end, Freud Hutzel;
quarterback, Gene Heintzman; left
halfback, Bert Root; right halfback,
Roy Hiscock; and fullback, "Mauly"
Maltbesch, a Michigan All-American
in 1917.
Pomnierening Sees Hindrance
The three honored All-Americans,
when asked for their reaction to yes-
terday's Michigan-Minnesota en-
counter, failed to reach an unanimity
of opinion. Ponmmerening, a strap-
ping, blond Scandinavian who could
still pass for a University student, felt
that the main cause for the defeat
was purely mental. He felt that
Michigan was pressing too hard and
thus was never quite sure of any step
it took during the afternoon's play.
Minnesota, he claimed, was the first
real opponent Michigan has had all
season, believing that Iowa had not
yet started to roll when it met the
Wolverines.

One Of Michigan's Few Bright Moments Yesterday Afternoon

FOOTBALL SCORES

FOOTBALL

Hamilton 0, Haverford 0
Connecticut 20, Rhode Island 14
Union 46, Rochester 0
Marshall 14, Toledo 12
St. Joseph 13, Lebanon Valley 2
Vanderbilt 25, Sewanee 7
Georgia Tech 13, Kentucky 6

Georgia 6, Florida 2
Auburn 10, Villanova 9
Tennessee 34, The Citad
Tulane 13, Alabama 0
Duke 20, Virginia Milit
Furman 20, South Carol
Clemson 20, Wake Fore

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Roland Savilla, Wolverine tackle, is shown recovering Gopher Fullback Bob Sweiger's fumble on the
Michigan 46-yard line, about a ninute before the end of the first period in yesterday's contest. He is lying
on his side, facing the camera. Nuthber 53 is Capt. Archie Kodros, Michigan center. The recovery redeemed
Savilla for his tackle of Van Every on the previous play, after the Minnesota halfback had signalled for a fair
catch, which brought a 15-yard penalty to the Wolverines.
Purdue Upsets Favored Northwestern
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STATISTICS OF THE MICHIGAN-MINNESOTA GAME

Minnesota
First downs...................................10
Yards gained rushing (net) .....................292
Forward Passes attempted........... ..............4
Forward Passes completed. ... .... ...............0
Yards by forward passing.........................0
Yards lost, attempted forward passes............ . 0
Forward passes intercepted by ......................2
Yards gained, runback intercepted passes ............21
Punting average (from scrimmage).................37
Total yards, all kicks returned... .................107
Opponent's fumbles recovered ...'...................2
Yards lost by penalties .. .....................15

Michigan
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EVANSTON, Ill., Nov. 11.--(A)-
Purdue, hungry for its first Western
Conference victory of the season,,
stunningly upset highly - favored
Northwestern in a bitterly fought
game, 3 to 0, before 40,000 spectators
today.
Decisively outplayed in the first
half, the Purdue Boilermakers with
halfback Mike Byelene playing the
hero's role, came back with a furi-
ous attack in the fourth period to
carry the ball from their own 35-
yard line to Northwestern's 14.
Then dramaticaily, Fred Montague,
substitute quarterback, slid off the
Boilermakers' bench and trotted on
to the field to boot a goal from
placement to give his team its pre-1
cious three points.
The Wildcats chalked up 18 first
downs to 7 for their opponents and
gained 339 yards to Purdue's 182.
The Wildcats blew at least seven
scoring opportunities and woefully
lacked the scoring punch when in
position to register.
On the first eight plays of tfe
game, with Clawson, Chambers, and
Hahnenstein sparking the attack,
they marched 55 yards to Purdue's
six, losing the ball on downs when
Hahnenstein attempted to pass to
Daly over the goal line.
University Of Detroit Falls
Before Boston, 20613
DETROIT, Nov. 11.-(IP)-B0stoll
College's massive football machine
completed only three passes today
but two were' good for touchdowns
and the University of Detroit went
down to d feat, 20 to 13, in an inter-
sectional conflict played before a
crowd of 10,342.
Charlie O'Rourke, halfback from
Malden, Mass., was on the throwing
end of both of the touchdown heaves
and set up the, other 'score with a
successful 15-yard toss.
It was the sixth win in seven en-
gagetnents for the Boston Eagles, who
were fought on even terms for almost

three periods by a light Detroit
eleven.
Brown Battles Yale Team.
To Tie Before 32,000
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Nov. 11.--(P)
-A business-like Brown football elev-
en fought Ducky Pond's "worst" Yale
team to a standstill in the clutch to-
day and came out with a 14-14 tie
before a crowd of 32,000 in the Yale
Bowl.
All the scoring came in a wild and
wooly second quarter. Yale led off
with its two touchdowns; the first
tally came on a long' pass from the
top Eli pitcher of the day, Fred Burr,
to Alan Bartholemy. Less than two
mintites later, Joe Stack, the Yale
center, hauled in a Brown pass on the
Ranger And Leafs
In i- Overtime Tie
TORONTO, Ont., Nov. 11.-(A)-
Young Billy Taylor scored his first
goal in National Hockey warfare to-
night to give the Toronto Leafs a
1-1 overtime tie with the New York
Rangers. The Leafs' rookie picked up
his marker late in the second ses-
sion to offset one scored by Neil
Colville near the end of the opening
period,
It was the second tie game for the
Rangers, who opened the season
against Detroit with another 1-1
deadlock. Toronto won its opener
against Boston a week ago.
Neil Colville got his goal on a pass
from brother Mac who had picked
up a loose puck in the Toronto de-
fense zone.

Bear 35, and out galloped the enemy
for a touchdown.
Back cameBrown, immediately,
however, v ith two 80-yard touch-
down marches.
Gridiron Scores
Central Mich. Tchrs. 33, Wayne 6
Albion 13, Hope 7
Butler 12, Western Mich. Tchrs. 0
Augustana 12, Detroit Tech 6
Washington U. (Mo.) 7, Oklahoma
A&M 0
Denison 13, Oberlin 7
Bowling Green 7, Findlay 7
Case 15, Wooster 6
Mt. Union 7. Ohio Northern 0
Baldwin-Wallace 39, Akron 7

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