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PAGE SIX

TAE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY.OCT. 11,1942

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Cadets' Power

Topples Michigan From

Unbeaten

Ranks

Game Sidelights . . . . . By Mike Dann
Fans who attended the Wolverine- Right before game time, the Uni- with the band and what the girls
Seahawk football game not only wit- versity's N. R. 0. T. C., 125 strong, lacked in marchihg ability they
nessed a thrilling contest but were marched with the band,asplanesC more than made up for with beau
also treated to colorful exhibitions stationed at Romulus, stunted over- ty
put on by various branches of the head. During the half, 40 lovely After the band and the anchorettes
nation's armed forces. anchorettes from Detroit paraded finished their display, a crack unit
from Grosse Isle put on an excellent
drill display.
Governor Murray D. Van Wag-3
ThickThirsty BATH TOWELS oner was.to have attended the
game, but just after he arrived int
khev, ' MreAnn Arbor yesterday morning hef
Big, ay usky rewas called to Lansing and left town
-ytowels in white and colors. just as everyone else was coming in.
Very absorbent and of a Bill Stern, NBC announcer, wasg
qucomplaining of serious troubles before
quaul tha a n- game time. It seems his sponsorsf
winter comes you'll be thank- wanted him to give a short talk, be-
ful for your Martex towel. tween the halves, but his wife, who isa
f
a Michigan graduate, warned him be-
Always Reasonably Priced fore he left New York, to shut up at
half time because she wanted to listen
to the Wolverine band.:.
Stern said, "If I don't talk be-
tween halves, I lose my job, if I do
talk, I lose my wife."
8 NICKELS ARCADE Both Mervin Pregulman and Al a
Wistert have excellent chances to 1
J1__make All-American, Stern concluded.
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Fisher

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Passing Paces

West Coast Invaders Thumped

Aviators To 26-14 Win

By Strong Mid-West Competition

Robinson, Chappuis Connect
To Wiese, Madar To Give

On Touchdown Passes
Varsity Early Lead

(Continued from Page 1)

down territory in six plays, three of them passes and the last good for 20
yards and the final Michigan score from sophomore Bob Chappuis to end
Elmer Madar, a standout flankman yesterday. Brieske again did his part,
the Maize and Blue led 14-0, and it looked as if the Bierman jinx was
finally broken.
But Seahawk power and reserve strength were too much for the Wol-
verines. The Michigan line, which had kept its goal-line untarnished in two
games and had held the Seahawks to a complete dearth of first downs,
finally weakened under the strain of playing without rest and crumbled be-
fore the onrushing Cadets. When the game ended the Cadets were moving
at will against the weary Michigan U
forward wall, a line which even when
osing reaped its glory with fighting
hearts.
It was an aerial bombardment that
started the Seahawks on the high vic-
ory road. Fisher, who played today
ike he never played even when a star
at Ohio State, shot three passes and
carried the ball once in four plays to
ead the Cadets to their first score. {
Taking possession on their own 43,
the Cadets needed only four skir-
mishes to counter. Fisher passed to
End Mal Kutner, a lanky speedster
rom Texas who did everything but
ly after the ball every time it came : :
his way, for a first down on the Mich-
gan 41. Fisher skirted right end for
ive yards, and then threw another
Seahawk bomb into Kutner's waiting
arms on the Wolverine 29. On the
ourth play, Fisher dropped way back,
potted his man, and tossed a perfect
trike to quarterback Evashevski over
he goal line. Guard Fred Gage con-
erted and Michigan led by seven: :.:
oints.

Bucks Keep Rolling
COLUMBUS, 0., Oct. 10. -(A')-
Ohio State University's versatile
Bucks struck twice through the air
and twice on the ground today to de-
feat a stubborn Southern California
grid team 28 to 12 in their, intersec-
tional classic before 56,436 fans.
The score-although the Trojans
scored their final touchdown against
the Buckeye third-stringers - just
about reflects the difference between
the teams. The Bucks outrushed the
Trojans 241 yards to 121, and through
the air hio had a 201 to 125-yard ad-
vantage.
The West Coast team kept Gene
Fekete, Ohio's great sophomore
point-gatherer, away from paydirt,
but his mid-field work was a start-
ling part of the Buckeye touchdown
parade.
Both Trojan touchdowns were the
result of their famed aerial attack.
Mickey McCardle tossed a 24-yarder
to halfback Jack Trout in the first
few minutes to give the invaders a
six-point lead. -

One For Bertelli, 27-0
SOUTH BEND, Ind., Oct. 10.-(IP)-
Notre Dame plucked its first victory
of the season out of the air today on
the amazing accuracy of Angelo Ber-
telli's four touchdown passes which
left Stanford bewildered and defeated
27 to 0.
Bertelli definitely "found himself"
before 25,000 screaming spectators to-
day after a comparatively poor show-
ing in the Irish tie with Wisconsin
and defeat by Georgia Tech.
He also found his receivers with
deadly consistency. Bertelli speared
ends Bob Dove and Joe Limont, a
second stringer, with his aerials for
two touchdowns in the second quar-
ter. He hit Captain George Murphy
and sophomore Bob Livingstone for
two more in the third. He also place-
kicked three extra points. Only one
of his aerials was intercepted.
This first meeting between the two
schools since the Irish's Four Horse-
men rode over Stanford in the 1925
Rose Bowl, was Marchie Schwartz's
third straight licking of the season as
Indian head coach.

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Fisher And Kutner Again
Then after Michigan was forced to
punt out on the Seahawk 26, Fisher
and Kutner again took to the air
lanes. Fisher gained eight yards on
an end run, and on the very next play
he fired his best pass of the day to
the sprinting Kutner who went all
the way to the Michigan 11 yard line
before Robinson brought him down.
The second Cadet touchdown was set
up after that 55 yard gain through
the air, and a few plays later Benson
plunged over from the two yard
marker.
Michigan hopes didn't die, however,
for Madar slashed in from his post
to block Gage's kick, and leave the
Wolverines with a halftime advan-
tage of one point.
With Paul White, Wiese and Rob-
inson lugging the ball, Michigan
surged upfield to start the third pe-
riod from its own 37 to the Cadet 23
where the attack finally sputtered
and stalled. This was the last Wol-
verine threat of the game, except for
a brief passing flurry in the last few
minutes.
Seahawks Open Holes
Neither team was able to counter'
for the remainder of the quarter, but
the Seahawks once more began to
open gaping holes in the wavering
Wolverine line as the fourth period
started. Their third touchdown drive
was sparked by Bob Swisher, who
took Wiese's punt on his own 48 and
returned it all the way to the Michi-
gan 17 for the longest run of the day.
From there it was a matter of but
a few minutes for the Seahawks to
score, despite a gallant stand by that
Wolverine line which was out on its
feet. Again it was Benson who tallied,
this time on a center buck from the
one yard line. His attempted conver-
sion was wide, and the score read
Seahawks 19, Michigan 14.
The final touchdown was made.by
Fisher himself, but it wasn't needed.
He bucked over right tackle from the
two yard line after Benson had bat-
tered his way for a first down on the
Wolverine five. George Svendson con-
verted, and the Cadets led 26-14, with
only three minutes left to play. Wol-
verine passes couldn't make up that
Colgate Wins Again
HANOVER, N. H., Oct. 10.- (P)-
Colgate's marauding Red Raiders
took advantage of the weakness in
Dartmouth's brand new aerial attack
to gain a 27-19 victory while being
out-played most of the way by the
stubborn Indians today before a
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margin in that little time, and Mich-
igan was officially dropped from the
ranks of the undefeated as the final
gun went off.
In the Michigan line it was Merv
Pregulman and Al Wistert who were
largely responsible for the great de-
fensive work of the Wolverines
against that pounding Cadet offense,
but credit can't be taken from any
of the others. They fought with ev-
erything they had, and it just wasn't
enough.
THE LINEUP
Iowa Seahawks Michigan
Fraumann LE Sharpe
Kublitski LT Wistert .
Flick LG Kolesar
Haman C Pregulnan
Gage RG Franks
Schultz RT Pritula
Ringer RE Madar
Evashevski QB Ceithaml
Schatzer LH Robinson
Paskvan RH White
Benson FB Wiese
IOWA SEAHAWKS . .0 13 0 13-26
MICHIGAN .........7 7 0 0-14
Iowa Seahawk scoring: Touch-
downs, Evashevski, Benson 2, Fisher
(for Schatzer); Points after touch-
down, Gage, Svendsen (for Haman)
(placements).
Michigan scoring: Touchdowns,
Wiese, Madar; Points after touch-
down, Brieske (for Pregulman) 2
(placements).
Iowa Seahawks Substitutions: Ends,
Bolger, Kutner, Daly, Krieck, Baston;
Tackles, Jordan, Flora; Guards,
Schrenker, Kern; Centers, Svendsen,
Szalay, Frye; Backs, Couppee, Gift,
Michelosen, Swisher, Fisher, Hanson,
Jankowski.
Michigan: Ends, Kennedy, Smeja;
Tackles, Baldwin, Karwales; Guards,
Freihofer, Amstutz; Center, Brieske;
Backs, Chappuis, Wardley, Yaap,
Wise, Lund, Boor.

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