non Stars As Michigan Downs Penn In Wild Battle, P
Penn State 14, Army 14
Nebraska 14, Pittsburgh 13
Holy Cross 21, Carnegie 0
Georgetown 14, N.Y. University 0
Cornell 35, ;Dartmouth 6
Princeton 13, Yale 7
Fordham 13, St. Mary's Cal. 0
Syracuse 7, Colgate 0
Tulane 25, Columbia 0
Villanova 12, Temple 6
Harvard 46, New Hampshire 0
Brown 41, Connecticut 0
Rutgers 17, Springfield 7
Boston College 19, Boston U. 0'.
Frank. & Marsh. 19, Albright 16
Penn Military 6, Westchester, Pa.,,
Williams 16, Amherst 8
Norwich 19, Lowell Textile 0
Lebanon Valley 32, Juniata 0
Union 6, Hamilton 0
Tennessee 13, Vanderbilt 0
Georgia Tech 6, Alabama 0
Georgia 33, South Carolina 7
Kentucky 13, W. Virginia. 6
Mississippi 46, W. Tenn. Tchrs. 7
Sewanee 14, The Citadel 7
Virginia Military 13, Maryland 0'
Duke 13, North Carolina 3
Clemson 21, Sou'western (Tenn) 6
North Carolina State 12, Furman 7
Louisville 20, Hanover (Ind.) 0'
Virginia Tech 13, Virginia 0
Notre Dame 7, Northwestern 0
Ohio State 21, Illinois 0
Iowa 13, Minnesota 9
Michigan State 7, Indiana 7
Wisconsin 7, Purdue 7
Chicago 25, Oberlin 0
Detroit 36, Manhattan 13
Iowa State 10, Kansas State 0
Long Island U. 13, Toledo 12
DePauw 7, Wabash 0
E. Kentucky 28, Indiana. State 7
Bowling Green 23, Mich. Normal 13
Lawrence Tech 13, Assumption 6
Ohio U. 13, W. Mich. Tchrs. 6
Detroit Tech 59, Heidelberg 0
Wayne 20, Buffalo 0
Baldwin-Wallace 40, Kent State 6
Witten)berg 46, Mount Union 7
Denison 40, Wooster 6
To Decide Title
Phi Kappa Psi, Sigma Chi
To Clash Under Lights
At High School Field
Get a date and a blanket and come
out to Wines Field tomorrow night
for the time of your life.
The date-blanket combination will
cause no comment, because everyone
will know that you're going to the
18th annual renewal of the inter-
fraternity speedball championship,
between Sigma Chi and Phi Kappa
Psi, to be held under the lights, start-
ing at 8 p.m. There will be no ad-
This is no ordinary speedball game.
Sigma Chi, last year's\ title-holders,
came back with the same team, with
the exception of one man, to defend
their laurels this year, and thus far
no one has been able to stop them.
The Sigs swept through five con-
tests this year without a defeat,
gaining the finals -last week with a
9-7 win over Acacia.
Phi Kappa Psi is also undefeated
in five games, and has a strong club
that threatens to give Sigma Chi a
lot of trouble. Dick Bennett, Phi
Psi center and scoring ace, and tiny
Chuck James, forward, lead an of-
fense that the, Sigs will find hard
to stopwhile Capt. Ralph Zimmer-
mann is the bulwark on defense.
Against these boys the defending
champs will throw two members of
last year's all-star team, Jack Cooper,
center, and Al Kelso, sensational kick-
er and defensive sare, and Bob Reut-
ter, only new man on the squad, who
shares the league scoring lead with
Capt. Chuck Knapp will be ii at
goal, and John Cory and Blaz Lucas,
who was an all-state gridder with
Tom Harmon at Horace Mann High
School in Gary, Ind., will round out
the powerful forward line.
With 13 Points
Quakers' Frank Reagan
Stages Great Personal
Duel With Gary Flash
Hawkeyes Upset Minnesota, 13 To 9;
i Sate Stop ll; Wildcats Lose
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game appeared well submerged in
the Michigan bag. But it wasn't over
Reagan was back again, match-
ing every Harmon burst of brilliance
with one of his .
own. He threw
passes that car- :
deep in Michigan-
territory w h e r e ,
Nicholson broke up .
the threat by in- Y;
tercepting a des-
pera te fourth "r:'
down pass on his
own 7. But a min-
ute later they were Kodros
knocking again-and' this time the
door opened. With four minutes to
play, the Quakers flew 76 yards on
Reagan passes to score with but 30
seconds remaining In a ball game
that had had as many ups and downs'
as Pennsylvania's mountain roads.j
And with Davis converting, the
score was 19-17 with a too-short half
Iowa Comes From Behind
To Defeat Golden Gophers
IOWA CITY, Nov. 18.-(P)-Iowa's
amazing Ironmen, the fairy tale lads
of 1939 football, came roaring back
with Itwo last quarter touchdowns in
an almost unbelievable finish to stun
Minnesota's Golden Gophers, 13 to 9
before 50,000 cheering homecoming
fans here today.
The indomitable Ironmen, seven of
whom went the route as Coach Eddie
Anderson used only 17 players in an-
other sensational gridiron conquest
were battered and beaten for thre(
Minnesota's crushing power, had
sent a typical bruising Gopher team
into a 9 to 0 lead at the end of th
third period. It seemed almost cer-
tain that the astonishing exploits o
the Ironmen, who went into the battle
with victories over three other Big
Ten teams and Notre Dame, would be
ended by the Gophers.
Iowa's little band of heroes, how
ver, wouldn't say quits.
°Buckeyes Clinch Share Irish Sub Backs Gain
Of Conference Crown Last-Minute Triumph
COLUMBUS, O., Nov. 18.- (IP) - SOUTH BEND, Nov. 18.-(0') -
Ohio State's rampaging Bucks, picked Notre Dame's Irish, with two mem-
by pre-season dopesters to lose three bers of the "shock troops" legion
games, clinched a share of the Wes- touching off the fuse, exploded their
tern Conference championship today might in the final minutes today for
with a 21 to 0 victory before 46,643 a touchdown which whipped North-
rain-drenched homecoming fans. 1 western's Wildcats, 7 to 0.
- The battling Illini, perpetrators of Hargrave, a third\ string quarter-
the season's biggest upset two weeks back, caught a Northwestern punt
on the Notre Dame nine yard line
- ago when they swept Michigan from onteNteDmennCadln
, g, hen had only oechan r and twisted and dodged 50 yards be-
e the heights, had only one chance to- fore being nailed at the Northwestern
day. They neared pay dirt on a thrill- 41. Two offside penalties helped the
ing "break" on the opening play by Irish, drive to the Wildcat 29. At this
recovering a Buckeye fumble on the point Juzwik, a fourth string "un-
e 1known" reeled off 22 yards around
Ohio seven yard line. After going left end before being forced out of
f to the three, Illinois lost the ball on bounds by Bill De Correvont. Milt
e downs. ' Piepul crashed to the two yard line,
g After halting that threat, Ohio im- then over for a touchdown. When
e jmediately marched 93 yards for a a teammate fumbled on the place-
touchdown-the first of three long ment try for point, Zontini ran the
- jaunts into the 'Illinois end zone. ball over the line to convert.
T ennessee wins, 13m
KNOXV~iLLE, Tenn., Nov. 18.
-Tennessee's powerful Volul
maintained their march toward
second straight unbeaten and
tied season today, defeating a
born Vanderbilt team ,13 to 0
fore 25,000 spectators.
State Ties Indiana, 7
EAST LANSING, Mich., No
-(P)--Michigan State and In
meeting for the first time in 12
traded passes on almost even
today and ended with a 7 to
which failed to satisfy the vi
hungry followers of both tea
Annual Swim Gala Will Unveil
1939 VarsitySwimming Team'
By DON WIRTCHAFTER and 440 and Big. Ten titleholder in
Join behind the parade, neighbors, the 440, along with Jim Welsh, his
for Matt Mann's three-ring circus groomed successor, will both take
will be rolling into town Friday night. part in the gala.
It's the annual Swim Gala in which Skinner Makes Debut
Coach May unveils his 1939 edition Jim Skinner, the Ann Arbor fresh-
'of the Wolverine squad that walked man who was named second best
off with top honors in the Western breast stroker in the country by the
Conference and National Collegiate AAU, will exhibit his talents along
meets last year. with Johnny Haigh, and John Share-
Barker Headlines Card met among others in this event.
First of all, there will be some of For backstroke duties, there is Bill
theFspeies tswimers winhe na- Beebe, Dick Reidle, a sophomore star,
the speediest swimmers in the na- and Francis Heydt, a transfer stu-
ion o ts oram.Char yre dent from Iowa and the AAU's third
Michigan's junior ace, was recently choice in his field.
named on the AAU all-American team Swimming fans always crave good
for the 50-yard free style distance wi minfan s aey'lays cav etgood
and won the event in the National diving, and theymll more than get it at
Collegiates here last spring, this year's Swim Gala. Matt's im-
.ti i o , porting a host of stars to take part
Then there is Bill Holmes, Gus in the variety show along with the
Sharemet, John Gillis, Tommy Wil- Wolverine quartet of Capt. Hal Ben-
liams and others to give exhibitions hams, T-Bone Martin, Adolph Fer-
on the way to get from ones end of the stenfeld and Jack Wolen.
pool to the other in a hurry. Purdue Coach To Dive,
For endurance events, nothing more Age will mean nothing in the 1939
need be said than that both Tom carnival. There will be everything
Haynie, national champ in the 220 from a children's race to an exhibition
Penn Still Fight~
But Pennsylvania still had a few
tricks left. Michigan elected to re-
ceive and Davis kicked a short on-
side kick that rolled to Wolverine 45
where a Pennsylvania man fell on it.
And while 14 men unpiled, the re-
maining seconds began to evaporate.
When they were completely disen-
tangled, Penn had the ball, the op-
portunity and the spirit. They had
everything except time, which had
run out. Gustafson, the Quaker cap-
tain who played a bang-up 60 min-
utes, and Coach George Munger
grabbed referee H. 0. Dayhoof, but
while- the Pennsylvania stands and
players complained bitterly that time
should have been called, the game
was officially over. But not the fun,
as spectators began to mill around
the official and do everything to tor-
ment him except tweak his nose.
They pushed him, they pummeled
him and pulled his hat off. He lost
his temper as fast as he had lost
his hat but in a moment had re-
gained both. And all the Pennsyl-
vania words couldn't recall these pre-
Westfall Plays Brilliantly
For Michigan it ,was Harmon,
Westfall and Kodros who stood out.
The Ann Arbor sophomore proved
rx s! 3 & °a perfect foil to the
y Hoosier HManmer,
as time and again
he would b u r st
through the mid-
rdle to draw the
Quaker defense in
to stop him. And
then Harmon could
step around ends.
Between the two of
them they carried
Westfall the ball 47 times out
of a total of 55. Harmon picked up
222 yards in 29 attempts, while West-
fall gained 77 yards in 18. The Wol-
verines made 13 first downs, a net
of 291 ya'rds by rushing and 45 yards
on a pair of complete passes. Penn
picked up 17 first downs, 142 yards
overland and 195 by passing.
Kodros played the entire sixty
minutes and every one of them was
filled with fine defensive work.
Kromer carried the ball only once,
but delivered some beautiful blocks.
Westfall picked up 18 yards in one
attempt and 19 in another. But the
story was Harmon's.
Besides his touchdown run, he
went 28 yards on the first play of
the game. It was the keynote for
the afternoon's proceedings. He
caught a beautifully thrown Trosko
flat pass and went 19 yards with it.
In the first touchdown splurge he
cracked off tackle for 18. In the last
quarter he went 34 yards over left
tackle and five men before Reagan.
stopped him by holding onto his
arm for dear life. He ran a kick-
off back 38 yards before he was
forced out of bounds. He quick-
kicked in his first boot of the year
and saved touchdowns twice by his
clever and savage tackling.
For Penn it was Reagan, Reagan
and Reagan. On any other day of
the year, Reagan would have been
the best man on the field. He carried
the ball 87 yards in 13 tries and
completed 14 out of 26 passes for
188 yards. His running set up the
14-yard place kick which Davis,
who came into the game for the
play, successfully made.
The band made the day complete
for the Michigan alumni who had
made this game an eastern homecom-
ing. It shone between halves with
its clever marching and arrange-
Forty - eight freshman football
players, one of the largest groups in
recent years, have been awarded
numerals for the 1939 season, Coach
Wally Weber announced yesterday.
The winners were:
Ends: Rudy Smejca, Chicago, Ill.;
Otto E. Chady, Highland Park, Mich.,
Terrace R. Flynn, So. Sioux City,
Neb., Clarence S. Hall, Raynham,
Mass., John J. Karwales, Chicago,
Ill., Frank C. McCarthy, Birming-
ham, Mich., Earl Painter, Sturgis,
Mich., Walter E. Peters, New Ro-
chelle, N.Y., and William'i H. Steele,
Guards: Bob Kolesar, Dearborn,
Mich., Louis Kasamis, Elkhart, Ind.,
George H. Hildebrandt, Jr., Ham-
burg, N.Y., Glenn V. Ireland, Benton
Harbor, Mich., Joseph J. Rodgers,
Scalp Level, Pa., Holbrooke S. Selt-
zer, Chicago, Ill., Lloyd E. Thomp-
son, Chicago, Ill., Edward K. Van-
dervries, Grand Rapids, Mich., Ber-
I nard R. Van Wagnen, Jackson, Mich.
and Robert P. Wise, Birmingham,
Tackles: Rudy Sengel, Louisville,
Ky., Bob Dilworth, Boyne City, Mich.,
Harry F. Anderson, Chicago, Ill.,
Peter Gritis, Chicago, Ill., and Jerry
J. St. Clair, Chicago, Ill.
Centers: Bud Shwayder, Denver,
Colo., Bernard Hendel, Pittsburgh,
Pa., Wallace L. Keating, Detroit,
Mich., John E. Nickerson, Jr., Fal-
mouth, Mass., and Louis Woytek, of
Johnson City, N.Y.
Backs: Cliff Wise, Spring Lake,
Mich., Bob Ufer, Pittsburgh, Pa.,
George Ceithaml, Chicago, Ill., Bob
Krejsa, Shaker Heights, 0., Bill
Windle, Valparaiso, Ind., Earl Miller,
Lansing, Mich., Fred M. Dawley, De-
troit, Mich., Frank S. Day, Detroit,
Mich., David N. Derby, Benton Har-
bor, Mich., Robert L. Drew, Manistee,
Mich., Lester C. Gates, Detroit,
Mich., Arthur G. Greig, River Rouge,
Mich., Herbert H. Kietzer, Jr., Chica-
go, Ill., Harold Langstaff, Pittsburgh,
Pa., Harold C. Lockard, Canton, 0.,
Elmer F. Madar, Detroit, Mich., Paul
J. Sobonya, Terre Haute, Ind., Ray
B. Sowers, Bay City, Mich., and
Waldo W. West, Gary, jnd.
FULL DRESS . .
Coah Weber Awards Numerals
To 48 Freshman Footballers
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