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Tulane. ......45 Tennessee ..... 14 Alabama .......20 Princeton. ..... 20 Pitt...........14 Missouri .......28 Cornell .....3..33 So
N.Y. University . . 0 Boston College ... 7 Georgia Tech . . . . 0 Yale......... .6 Nebraska.........7 Oklahoma .......0 Dartmouth . ... 19 Ar
Mighty Wolverines Outclass Game Columbia Eleven
MDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1941
. Methodist .. . 14
Westfall ,Kuzma Shine In One-Sided
"Contest At New York Before 35,000,
apple on the goal line and run it out
to the 12-yard stripe.
Then Michigan started another
sustained drive, their longest of the
day. It was Westfall, Kuzma, West-
fall, Kuzma, with a 21 yard Kuzma
to Phil Sharpe pass mixed in, mov-
ing the ball down to the Lion 31.
From that point. Paul White, after
apparently being trapped 'for a loss,
broke loose for a 26-yard gain, put-
ting the ball on the Lion five. Kuzma
moved to the three and Westfall bul-
leted his way over for the score. Mel-
zow came through again and the
score was 21-0.
Michigan didn't get its fourth
touchdown until the third quarter
and it followed close on the heels of
a punt run back by Kuzma to the
Lion 41. From here he and Westfall
took up the burden again with the
Wolverine leader racing 21, yards for
the tally which, after Melzow con-
verted; made it 28-0.
Lions 'Threaten Near End
For the rest of the game, Crisler
used second and third string players
almost exclusively and it was only
then that the game became a contest.
'Don Robinson, Davey Nelson, Tippy
Lockard and Don Boor all showed
considerable ball carrying Ability and
twice came within sight of a touch-
down. But each time, breaks inter-
vened and the game moved on to its
finish without a change in score.
In the waning minutes, the Lions
threatened but their hopes expired
when, after they had moved to Michi-
gan's nine-yard line, Ted Kennedy in-!
tercepted Governali's pass and Rob-'
inson booted out of danger.
Eight Interceptions Stop}
Owls' Passing Attack
EAST LANSING, Nov. 15-(A>)-An
underarated Michigan State College
team caught fire at Macklin Field]
here today and roasted the highly-
touted Temple University Owls, 46-0,
before a skimpy crowd of 10,123.
"Handy" Andy Tomasic, boomed in
the East for All-American, was a
hard trying, but pathetic figure as'
the Spartans romped to a 20-0 half
time margin and then exploded for
20 points in the third quarter. State's
third and fourth stringers finishedi
out a one-touchdown fourth period.
The stinging upset marked Tem-
ple's worst defeat in modern history,
topping a 47-7 licking the Owls took
from Dartmouth in 1927.
It was the highest score amassed
by Michigan State College since
Coach Charley Bachman took over
here in 1933, shading the Spartans'
previous top run-away win of 42-0
over Kansas in 1935.
The passing attack that swept the
Owls to wins over such teams as
Georgetown, Penn State and Villan-
ova backfired with tragic Temple re-
sults. The Spartans intercepted eight
of the 31 Owl tosses to set up most
of their seven touchdowns.
Third string halfback Mike Schelb
staged a third period show that high-
lighted State's high-voltaged attack.
Grabbing Tomasic's punt on State's
46, Schelb raced 54 yards for a touch-
down midway in the quarter. Min-
utes later he scooped up a.rolling
punt, onr Temple's 42 and flashed
down the sidelines for another score.
Fullback Bob Sherman, who also
scored two touchdowns, launched
State's offensive, bucking across from
the one yard line after a 77-yard
Spartan march early in the first
Yearlings Are Rad
For Tomorrow's Test
With tomorrow's annual intra-
squad game looming large on their
horizon, Michigan's freshman grid-
ders are ieady for the battle which
each year points to Wolverine stars
of the future.
Having practiced together for the
last week, the starting teams are all
set to shoot the works and both the
Reds and the Blues are confident of
Final practices were highlighted
by the work of specialty men as con-
tact work was halted in order that
everyone would be in top shape for
the big contest. Don Lund and Bob
Wiese, the rival fullbacks, were both
getting off long, booming punts with
regularity, while Bob Chappius proved
that his passing will be a dangerous
Red threat throughout tomorrow's
The contest begins at 4 p.m. at
Ferry Field and will be the first op-
portunity for the public to see how
this year's freshman outfit stands
up under regular game conditions.
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he got off an excellent boot which rolled
3 outside on the Michigan 27.
off Forced back into the danger zone
g- for the first time, Michigan's quar-
nd terback, George Ceithaml, gave the
39 ball to Kuzma who responded by
tearing around right end, reversing
ed his field and breaking into the clear
he on the Lion 35. A touchdown seemed
ut inevitable, but the fleet-footed Gov-
ernali overtook the Wolverine star on
s the 7-yard line and tackled him from
Governali Passing Great
ed It was only a temporary reprieve,
ne however, for it took Bob Westfall just
he two plays to bang through the de-
he moralized Lions for another touch-
3ff down. Melzow again converted and
2- Michigan led, 14-0.
Determined to make a contest of
the game, the Lions pinned their
21 hopes for a score on the urerring arm
a cf "Passing Paul" Governali and, for
all a while, it looked as if it might com~e
.es through. The Lions moved ,down-
re. field with amazing rapidity, racking
to up three first downs and taking the
ball all the way to the Michigan 30.
es From this paint, Governali flipped
eir a lengthy aerial intended for half-
ja, back Adam Spiegel in the end zone.
ed It was no go, though, because Bob
ali Westfall leaped high to intercept the
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American Association of University
Women: Current Event Series will be
presented by Prof. Preston Slosson
Mon., Nov. 17, 4:15 p.m., Rackham
Fri., Dec. 12, 4:15 p.m., Rackhamf
Thurs., Jan. 15, 4:15 p.m., Rack-
ham Lecture Hall.
Wed., Feb. 11, 4:15 p.m, Rackham
Wed., March 18, 4:15 p.m., Rack-
ham Lecture Hall.
The regular Tuesday evening con-
cert of recorded music in the Men's
Lounge of the Rackham Building at
8:00 p.m. will feature the following
program: Mendelssohn, Symphony
No. 4 (Italian); oFranck, Prelude.
Choral and Fugue played by Egon
Petri and the Introduction and Al-
legro by Ravel.
Meeting of the Merit System Com-
mittee Monday at 4:45 p.m. in the
League. Attendance is compulsory
for all members.
Michigan Dames Click & Stitch
Group will meet at the home of Mrs.
James H. Freeman, 1111 Spring
Street, on Monday, November 17, at
Faculty Women's Club: The Monday
Evening Drama Group will meet
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Points after touchdown-Melzow
Substitutes for Michigan-Ends:
Smeja, Karwales, Shemky; tackles:
Flora, Cunningham, Hildebrandt;
guards : Melzow, Franks, Amstutz,
Laine; center: T. Kennedy; backs:
Nelson, Lockard, Robinson, C. Ken-
nedy, Thomas, Madar, Boor;
Substitutes for Columbia-Ends:
Rock, Birt, Roche; tackles: Kaczo-
rowski, Bruno; guard: Stinton; cen-
ter: Green; backs: Bayer, Potter,
Officials: Referee-H. 0. Dayzoff,
Bucknell. Umpire-W. G. Crowell,
Swarthmore. Head linesman--C. G.
Eckles, W & J., Field judge-George
Vergara, Notre Dame.
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