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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Notre Dame
Indiana ..

... .19 Fordham .. .
. ... .6 So.Methodist

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Northwestern .. .
Kansas State . . .

51 ColuIbia .......13 Ohio State ......33 Purdue ........
3 Brown ...........6 So. California ... 0 Pittsburgh ... . . .

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6 Marquette . .... 28 Pennsylvania ... 19
0 Wisconsin ...... 7 Harvard......0

Michigan Defeats Strong Iowa

Team, 6-0, In Pouring Rain

Tom Kuzma Scores Only Touchdown,
As Soggy Ground Stops Both Attacks

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break which led to the Maize and
Blue score.
Iowa continued to dominate play
the rest of the first quarter and for
the greater part of the second period.
Shortly before the end of the initial
quarter Iova moved down to Michi-
gan's 24 before the Wolverine resist-
ance stiffened and held for downs.
Hawks Threaten
Again in the second period the
Hawks threatened when lanky Jim
Youel faded back from the Maize and
Blue 45 and wafted a long, long for-
war4 which slid off Henry Vollen-
weider's fingertips way' dowin on
Michigan's three-yard line.The end
of the half saw the invaders going
hog-wild for razzle-dazzle as they
lateraled time and again when about
to be tackled in a desperate attempt
to even the count before halftime.
In the second half Michigan's
blocking and tackling became much
sharper, but the Wolverines remained
unable to punch over another score
on the outmanned Iowans, who were
staging a magnificent but losing fight.
Fumbles contributed largely to the
Crisler-coached outfit's inability to
put on a sustained offensive, as the
intermittent drizzle increased to -a
steady downpour.
Once in the third period the Wol-
verines moved down to Iowa's 21 on

short of the chalk-stripe and punted
out of danger.
The rest of the game was an ex-
change of punts with sophomore
Kuzma more than holding his own.
In fact, his punting was one ofathe
highlights of the game. Time after
time he sent kicks out of bounds deep
in Iowa territory, and despite the
unimpressive average of 31 yards
from scrimmage, his performance was
a vital factor in stifling the Hawkeye
offense.
The game ended with Michigan
once more deep in Iowa territory on
the 11-yard line, and most of the
disappointingly-small crowd of 29,909
settled back with the feeling that the
Wolverines were fortunate to trudge
off with the hard-earned victory.

TOM KUZMA[
runs by tle Westfall-Kuzma duo
again, but right halfback Tippy
Lcckard fumbled to nullify the threat.
Then in the last quarter Michigan
had a first down and six yards to an-
other score, but Iowa refused to
budge. Davie Nelson tried right
tackle, left tackle and left' end on
three straight tries; but picked up
only fob r yards. Then on fourth
down Crisler rushed in Kid Kuzma.
But the Iowans held just six inches
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M~tjor Upsets
Studk.Football's
FirstBig Day
Alabama, Wisconsin Fall;
Duke, Navy, Texas Are
Impressive In Victory
NEW YORK, Oct. 4. -(p)- Ala-
bama, Georgetown and Wisconsin all
suffered unexpected defeat today as
the football machines of Duke, Texas,
Navy, Tulane and Notre Dame gave
new demonstrations of all-around
class and Fordham's highly-touted
Rams barely got past their first test.
Duke, clashing with Tennessee in
the day's most important engage-
ment, crushed the Volunteers, 19-0,
with a great display of alert football
and will be favored to whip through
the rest of their schedule unbeaten.
Handing Tennessee its first regular
season defeat in 35 successive games,
Duke took advantage of all its scor-
ing opportunities in the first half
and then settled back to hold the
Volunteers safely in check.
Texas Trounces L.S.U.
Texas, looking more and more like
one of the country's greatest arrays,
buried Louisiana State under a 34-0
count as Pete Layden and Jack Crain
led the way. Navy, meeting what
supposedly was to be a stern test in
dark-horse West'Virginia, turned on
the heat in the second half, scored
33 points and crushed the mountain-
eers, 40-0. Following hard upon its
rout of Boston College a week ago,
Tulane's Green Wave, apparently cer-
tain to be a major factor in the
Southeastern Coiference race, had
no troubles whatever with Auburn's
Plainsmen and won, 32-0.
Yale, opening Spike Nelson's coach-
ing regime, gave the East another
sensational intersectional victory. The
Elis spotted Bill Dudley and Vir-
ginia 19 points in the first half and
then, led by sophomores, pulled the
game out of the fire in the last half,
21-19. John Petty's touchdown in
the second period enabled Purdue t
halt Pitt, 6-0, and Army outpointe
Citadel, 19-6, in other intersectional
tests.
Ohio State Shows Power
At Los Angeles, a crowd of 60,000
was stunned by Ohio State's brilli-
ant offensive as the Buckeyes hand-
ed Southern California an unmerci-
ful, and unexpected, 33-0, beating.
Washington's Huskies, figured as a
sure contender for the Pacific Coast
Crown, was beaten by Oregon State,
9-6, while California's Golden Bears
were victims of a shocking upset at
the hands of Washington State, 13-6.

College
Football
Scores...
EAST
Colgate 7, Penn State 0
Dartmouth 47, Amherst 7
Yale 21, Virginia 19
Rochester 13, Oberlin 6
Army 19, Citadel 6
Cornell 6, Syracuse 0
New York U. 6, Lafayette 0
Holy Cross 13, Providence 0
Buffalo 6, City Coll. New York 0
Rutgers 26, Springfield 0
Maine 14, Northeastern 12
Bowdoin 13, Wesleyan 7
Mass., State 8, Connecticut 6
Princeton 20, Williams 7
Navy 40, West Virginia 0
Norwich 21, Colby 7
Trinity 9, Vermont 7
Case 33, Lehigh 26
Youngst'n, O 12, Morris Harvey 7
Bucknell 12, Muhlenberg 0
Boston U. 14, Cincinnati 13
SOUTH
Duke 19, Tennessee 0
W & M 51, Randolph-Macon 7
Tulane 32, Auburn 0
Georgia Tech 20, Chattanooga 0
Clemson 27, N. C. State 6
Virginia Tech 3, Georgetown 0
Mississippi 27, Southwestern 0
Mississippi State 14, Alabama 0
Kentucky 7, Wash. and Lee 0
Vanderbilt 42, Tennessee Tech 0
Georgetown (Ky) 7, Milligan 6
MIDWEST
Nebraska 14, Iowa State 0
Kansas 19, Wash. U (St. Louis) 6
Western Reserve 7, Ohio U. 0
Dayton 7, Marshall 0
Ohio Wesleyan 19, DeSales 7
Lake Forest (Ill.) 21, Wheaton 0
Missouri221, Colorado 6
Albion 12, Adrian 0
Michigan Tech 32, Northland'0
Lawrence Tech 26, West. Ont. 7
Illinois 5, Miami (O) 9
Kenyon 12, Otterbein 7
Cent. (Ind.) Nor. 7, Valparaiso 0
Iowa State Tchrs. 32, N. D. 10
DePauw 7, Carleton 6
Mich. Normal 0, Illinois Norm. 0
Ind. State 19, E. Illinois Tchrs 6
ROCKY MOUNTAINS
Colorado State 27, Wyoming 0
Co. Coil. 19, Western State 0
Colo. Mines 0, Montana State 0
SOUTHWEST
Texas Christian 9, Arkansas 0
Texas Wes. 15, Southwestern 6
Texas 34, Louisiana State 0
PACIFIC COAST
Wash. State 13, California 6
Oregon State 9, Washington 6
Stanford 33, U.C.L.A. 0

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First downs ............9
Yds gained rushing . ... 147
Fwd. passes attempted .. 11
Fwd. passes completed .. 3
Yds. by fwd. passing .... 46
Yds. lost att. passes .... 32
Punt Ave. (from scrim.) 30.5
Total yds., kicks returned 73
Yds. lost by penalties ....55
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Substitutions
Iowa: End, Maher; tackle, TStaak;
guard, Dickerhoof; center, Frye;
quarterback, Trickey, Ankeny; half-
back, Farmer, Vollenweider; fullback,
Stauss.
Michigan: Ends, Karwales, Sharpe;
tackles, Flora, Laine; guards, Pregul-
man, Franks; center, T. Kennedy;
quarterback, Madar; halfbacks, Nel-
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