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T'HE M I C H I GA N D A I LY PAGE SEVEN

Minnesota . ..w. 34 Northwestern .. .
Illinois ..... ...6 Wisconsin .... .

41 Michigan State . . 13 Notre Dame .. .. 20 Oregon State . .. 10 Texas Christian . 20
14 Marquette .......7 Georgia Tech .... 0 Stanford.........0 Indiana.........14

Colgate ..

Michigan

Trounces Pittsburgh,

40-0, Before 34,403

Minnesota Crushes Game Illini
In First Conference Tegt, 34-6

Wo lverines PlayBrilliantlyIn Second Wildcats Display More Power
.t . .~ lIn Routing Wisconsin, 4144

MTINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 11-()-Min-
nesota warmed up for its Big Ten
title defense today by swamping Ill-
inois 34 to 6, emphasizing its super-
iority by springing fullback Bill Daley
loose for a 73-yard touchdown gallop
on the game's first play from scrim-
mage.
The Golden Gopher's huge for-
wards toyed with the lighter Illini
linemen while Captain Bruce Smith
and Daley and an assortment of sub-
stitutes ran wild. Smith and Daley
each got two touchdowns. Midget
Bud Higgins got the other.
The Illini, hopelessly outclassed,
never quit trying and gallantly rallied
for a single touchdown with three
minutes to go, in the forth period.
The score at the half was 27 to 0.
Daley's dash took the heat off and

permitted Coach Bernie Bierman to
pour on the substitutes, using forty:
men in the first half alone.
The Daley solo came right after
Captain Smith ran the kickoff out to
the 27., Fullback Bill edged through
a huge hole at Illinois' left tackle.
He cut to his right. Iy the time he
reached midfield, he had only one
man to beat and a three-man escort
ready to help clear that obstacle.
Minnesota concealed its vaunted
passing attack but Captain Smith
snapped one 33-yard forward to Judd
'Ringer, veteran end, to help get the
final touchdown. The Golden Goph-
ers simply gave them the old power-
house with a blasting line sweeping
away the obstacles for hard driving
backs.

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Nelson, Kuzma, Robinson C punt, Kuzma gathered in a lofty
Romp Behind Forward kick on the invaders' 48, sidesteppedI
RompBehid Frwarl ,a charging Panther, swung in be-
Wal's Precise Blocking hind a mass of interference, and
behind perfect blocking raced down
(Continued from Page 1) the east sidelines 48 yards to his fifth
_ - -Michigan touchodwn. Not a hand
to its second touchdown after only was laid on him, as Panther after
two minutes and 10 seconds. Pitt's Panther was cut down by the deadly
Bill Dutton fumbled the kickoff and Wolverine blocking. Once again In-
big senior Bob Ingalls, who played galls split the uprights.
a magnificent defensive game all the But the Wolverines poured it on{
way through, recovered on the Pan- and on. After the kickoff Pitt was
ther 29. ' again thrown back by the surging
After a pair of smashes, Kuzmao Thiverime 15-poundDavieNto kick.
drove through left tackle again for istb 1kDih s elsok
a few yards, pivoted and lateraled was back in the safety slot. He took
once re to ockard, who was in the punt on his own 49 and darted
motion to the left. Beautifully exe- and weaved his way all the way to
cuted, the play was good for 17 yards the end zone, again aided by marvel-:
-marvel- ous blocking, only to have the run
nullified by a clipping penalty.
Boor Scores
This didn't stop the Wolverines,
however, but merely d.elayed them.
Nelson passed from the 22 to Cei-
:''thaml who drove his tay for a first
down on the 10. After A. couple ofr
line smashes and an intermission at
the quarter, Boor went over right
guard. This time guard Bill Melzow
added the point to boost the total
to 27.
Then, with but slight variation,
the process was repeated. Pitt re-
ceived, failed to gain, and punted.!
Nelson again dazzled the crowd with
a 49-yard puint runback from the
Michigan 45 to the Pitt 6, and then
::: handed over tailback duties to sopho-
more Robinson.
Triple-threat Robinson, his knees
pumping high, took the ball over
from the five on his first running at-
tempt in collegiate competition, shak-
ing ' off two tacklers while marking
up 'the fifth Wolverine touchdown.
; Melzow made it 34-0.
I After a pass interception and an

exchange of fumbles, the Wolverines
gained possession on the Pitt 25. Nel-
son lost threehthen danced his way
all the way through the entire de-
fense for 28 yards to score standing.
Once again heady running and sharp
blocking featured the execution of
the play. This time Melzow missed
the placement, and the score stood at
40-0. And as little Davie trotted
from the field the crowd rose to its
feet and gave him a great ovation.
His 78 yards from scrimmage in five
tries made him the game's leading

ground gainer.
THE LINEUP
Pittsburgf
Gervelis LE
Kindelberger LT
Mitchell LG
Heister C
Fife RG
Benghouser RT
Hinte RE
West QB
Stetler LHI
Dutton RH
Ross FB

Michigan
Fraumann
Wistert
Kolesar
Ingalls
Pregulman
Kelto
Rogers
Ceithaml
Kuzma
Lockard
Westfall

EVANSTON, Ill., Oct. 11. -(,")-
The Northwestern powerhouse rolled
to a resounding 41 to 14 triumph over
Wisconsin today, taking advantage
of all the breaks in their Western
Conference debut before 40.000 spec-
tators.
After a wild first period which
ended in a 14-14 tie, the Wildcats
outclassed the Badgers, pushing
across one touchdown in the second
period and three more in the third
before turning the game over to
third stringers.
Wisconsin startled the confident
Wildcats in the first three minutes
of the game with a 43-yard touch-
down drive. Pat Harder, brilliant
sophomore fullback, slashed through
tackle for 19 yards and two plays
later Tom Farris passed over the
goal 'line to Dave Schreiner. Harder
placekicked the point.
This edge, however, was short-

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Michigan .... 6 0 14 20-40
Michigan Scoring: Touchdowns,
Kuzma 2, Lockard, Boor, Robinson,
Nelson. Points after touchdown: In-
galls 2, Melzow 2.
Substitution: Pitt, ends, Stahl,
Gestner. Rosepink; tackles, Dur-
ishan, Salvucci, Crissman;. guards,
Antonelli, Broudy, Dillon; centers,
Sinclair, Clowes; quarterbacks, Ham-
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Jones, Connell, Saksa; fullbacks,
Kerr, Gebel.
Michigan: ends, Karwales, Sharpe,
Shemky, Smeja; tackles, Flora. Cun-
ningham, Laine, Hildebrandt; guards,
Franks, Melzow. Amstutz; center, T.
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First Downs......................................3
Yards Gained Rushing (net).............27
Forward Passes Attembted..........................10
Forward Passes Completed........................ 3

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to the Pitt seven. It took only one
try for the hard-driving Kuzma to
bull his way over right tackle and
score standing up. This time In-
galls converted and the count stood,
13-0.
That was the beginning of the
end for the Panthers. Just four
minutes later, afbr 'Pitt twice failed
to move the ball and was forced to

Yards by Forward Passing.........................
Yards Lost, Attempted Forward Passes ............... .
Forward Passes Intercepted By.....................
Yards Gained, Run-Back of Intercepted Passes ........ .
Punting Average (from scrimmage) ...... ............ .
Total Yards, All Kicks Returned ......................
Opponents' Fumbles Recovered .......................
Yards Lost by Penalties ... . . ...... ............... .

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22
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