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November 26, 1939 - Image 7

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Tro ans Rose BowHopes Soar As Notre Dare Falls,

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Football Scores
Tulane 52, Sewaniee 0
Hampden-Sydney 12, Randolph
Macon 0
Mississippi College 14, Oglethorpe 6
Centenary 13, Southwestern
(Tenn.)- 7
Rocky Mountain
Brigham Young 7, Wyoming 7
West. State 12, Colorado College 7
Far West
California 32, Stanford 14
Oregon State 13, UCLA 13
New Mexico 7, Arizona 6
Boston College 38, Kansas State 7
George Washin-gton 7, Bucknell 6
Lafayette 29, Lehigh 13
Moravian 9, Muhlenberg 6
Georgia Tech 21, Florida 7
Auburn 7, Georgia 0
Duke 28, North Carolina State 0
Michigan State 18, Temple 7
Wittenberg 14, Oberlmi 0
Nebraska 13, Oklahoma 7
Southern Methodist 21, Baylor 0
Texas Christian 21, Rice 0
Texas Tech 13, Montana 0
Harmon Gets Another
All-American Position
Another All-American berth for
Michigan's Tom Harmon! After be-.
ing picked by Bill Stern in Life Maga-
zine and by the International News
Service, Harmon was yesterday
n amed captain and halfback of the
Moviptore News mythical team. The
other backs were Nile Kinnick of
Iowa, George Cafego of Tennessee
and Bill Kimbrough of Texas A. and
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Wolverine Leader Inspires Mates

Capt. Archie Kodros, Alton, Ill., senior, led an inspired Wolverine foot-
ball team to victory over the heavily favored Ohio State Buckeyes yes-
terday to close his cellegiate career in a blaze of well-earned glory.
Kodros played 60 minutes of the gruelling, battle to further solidify his.
ranking as one of Michigan's greatest centers.
Strong Frosh Line Prospects
To Display Talents Tomorrow

Southern Cal
Scores Twice
In Last Pe0'riod
Westerners Hand Irish
Second Defeat; Lansdell
Stars Before_56,000
SOUTH BEND, Ind., Nov. 25.-()
--The mighty Trojans of Southern
California roared along their unde-
feated way today, but the 56,000 fans
who shivered and shrieked and
moaned as the western team won 20
to 12, went away from the game with
a feeling of awe at the spectacle.
USC marched sixty-seven yards
in 12 plays, the only play that failed
to gain being an intercepted pass,
and when Lansdell shot over from
the two-yard mark the bewildered
fans thought they had seen the ulti-
.nate in offensive perfection.
Irish Open Up
The Irish opened up in the third
period. They couldn't burrow
through that white wall, but they
could go around it and over it, so;
they set burly Bob Saggau and tough
Harry Stevenson and little Bennie
Sheridan to work.
Saggau was the mainspring in one3
drive which carried to the USC 14
from the Trojan 30, where Lans-
dell's partially blocked put had gone
outside, and in the waning minutes
Sheridan passed the Irish to the Tro-
Jan six after John McIntyre had in-
tercepted a Lansdell pass and run it
back to the USC 47
On the first play of the fourth
period Piepul, on a" rVerse from
Sheridan, slashed outside his left
tackle to cross the goal standing up.
His placekick which would have giv-
en Notre Dame the lead curved
sharply outside the uprights and it
was 6-all.
Trojans Come Back
The alarmed Trojans perked up
at this, and Lansdell, aftet1 irter-
cepting a pass on the Notre Dame 42,
started a personal offensive which
was culminated in his five yard
scamper around his right end for a
touchdown. Bob Jones placekicked
the extra point.
That set the stage for a snmashing
climax, a climax which brought bed-
lam to the huge throng. 'JSC kicked
off out of bounds and it was Notre
Dame's ball on its 35. A five' yard
USC penalty brought it to the 40,
where Sheridan began his ride to
save the Irish honor.
re cut off his left tackle, suddenly
saw daylight ahead, and stated
scampering. Like a wisp he travele)
as heavier-footed Trojans grasped
too late. He covered the 60 yards
to cross the goal standing up, but
dreams of a tie faded as John Kelles
her's place kick was wide and the
Trojans. led, 13 to 12.
They wouldn't quit, those Irish,
arid they threw caution to the wind,
thus opening the gate for the clindh-
ing Trojan touchdow'n. The Tto-
jans had taken the ball on the Irish
40 on downs, and Ambrose Schind,
ler cut through a gaping l e in the
Notre Dame line and went all the

EVANSTON, Ill., Nov. 25. -(A)- unyielding, Red Hahnenstein, start- EXOTIC NEW NAIL TONE
Iowa's miracle team, the sensation ing left half, punted out of bounds
of 1939 football, saw a share of the on the Hawkeye one yard line. Kin-
Western Conference championship' nick, from the end zone, punted
slip away in the chill and darkness back, the ball taking a bad bounce U
of 'Dyche Stadium today as North- and being downed on Iowa's 25. On
western's fighting Wildcats battled the first play Jack Ryan, senior re-
the courageous Hawkeyes to a 7 to 7 serve quarterback, passed 19 yards
to Al Butherus,. substitute right end,
With Ohio State defeated, a victory who made a sensational catch, grab-
for the Tfawkes would have f in-whmdeasnaialatgr-
ished their most 'spectacular drive bing the ball on Iowa's eight and
in 19 years, giving them a share of going to the four. After two smashes It's the clear, exhilarating
the title with Ohio State. North- by Hahnenstein, Don QLawson, re- red seen in the colorfulba-
western, however, outplayed the tired serve sophomore fullback, smashed i saars ofFez. Wear it with
and badly batte'ed Hawkefes and through for a touchdown, Conteas deep or bright greens, nut
only the worst kind of breaks pre- converting for the extra point. browns, blacks and with
vented the Northwestern eleven from Murphy Goes Over
wginning. O h~rh os einc' your ornamental jewelry.
winnng.On the second play after Kininick's
Kinnick Is Injured departure in the third period, Mike SIXTY CENTS
Nile Kinnick went out of action in Enich recovered George McGurn's
the third period for the first time fumble on the Northwestern 22. On The polish women say
in seven games. A shoulder injury two plays Ray Murphy smashed to "wears like iron"!
forced him to trot sadly to the side- the Wildcat 11. Bill Green lost three
lines, and he never came back, al- yards, but Murphy got them back.
though he had played 42 minutes be- Then Buzz Dean shot the ball to .UNIVERSITY
tore the injury. Erwin Prasse, who was shoved by DrugCO*
Northwestern, chalking up 12 first McGurn on the play, Iowa being
downs' to seven for Iowa, and gaining given the ball on the Northwestern 1225 South University
178 yards to 84 for the Hawks on the one yard stripe through interference.
ground, scored 20 seconds before the On the second play Murphy went
close of the second period. After over for a touchdown, Dean con-
the Wildcats found the Iowa line verting to tie the score. Try Want-Ad d y Lad

Coach Wally Weber's "Super 48",
new addition to a long line of fresh-
man football teams, rolls off the
assembly line tomorrow at 3:30 'p.m.
on Ferry Field, ready for final in-
spection before being put in the
Varsity show room.
Highly geared and ready. for
action, this year's squad of 48 num-
eral winners was sent through its
last proving-ground workout Fri-
day, testing the coordination of the
finished product. The two starting
teams drilled extensively on smooth-
ing out their plays and brushing up
on assignments for the preview on
Outstanding Line .
Weeks of research, tests, and ex-
periments were spent on this model
as on previous, models, and Coach
Weber is firmly convinced that the
"Super 48" possesses one of the. best
lines in the past few years. That, he
prophesies, will be the leading sell-
ing point of the new model.
'T'hough hampered by injuries and
scholastic schedules that prevented
full attendance at any of the prac-
tices, the "Blues" and the "Reds" will
take the field with teams that are
in good condition and well drilled in
the fundamentals of the game. That,
despite all the handicaps, has been
stressed by the frosh coaches through-
out the seven weeks of practice.
Teams Well Balanced
The two teams selected by Weber
are, on the whole, pretty well bal-
anced. However, the squad led by
Spartans Down Temple
EAST LANSING, Nov. 25.-(IP)--
Michigan State, depending on a small
but hard charging line, fell back on
almost straight football to out rush
the Owls of Temple with a fast
ground attack and complete its sea-
son with an 18 to 7 victory today.

Rudy Sengel, ace tackle, has a defin-
ite advantage on the line. In addi-
tion to the big tackle from, Louis-
ville, Ky., there is Rudy Smejca, Ray
Fisher's best end prospect, Bud
Shwayder, top center, and Pete Gri-
tis, also a tackle.
The second eleven is not without
its stars, however, as Weber has put
Louis Kasamis, leading guard can-
didate on this team. Two big tackles,
Bill Steele and Jerry St. Clair, and
a fast moving center, Louis Woytek
form the nucleus of this line.
Speed In Backfield
The backfields are well matched
with speed and power, as Sengel's
backs are, led by Cliff Wise, triple
threat from Kiski and include George
Ceithaml at quarter, Wally West at
half and Bill Windle in the fullback
slot. Kasamis' squad will start Fred
Dawley and Elmer Madar 'at the
halves, Bob Kresja at quarterback1
and hard-hitting Earl Miller at full-
'back. Admission is free for this

St. Clair

Starting Lineup
LE Smejca
LT Sengle
LG Van Wagnen
C Shwayder
RG Hildebrandt
RT Gritis
RE Peters
QB Ceithaml
LH Wise
RH West
FB Windle

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