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RIGHT DRESS! for Fall

Bierman" Bows
Again to Jinx
Of Irish Crew
Four-Game Victory Streak
Of Seahawks Is Halted;
Bertelli,_Cowhig Shine
SOUTH BEND, Ind., Oct. 17.--())
The mighty Iowa Seahawks-newest
product of the coaching genius of
Bernie Bierman-saw their four-
game winning streak brought to a
dismal end today by a Notre Dame
team that didn't know it was sup-
posed to lose.
The scrappy Irish overturned the
Pre-Flight School football machine,
28 to 0, before 30,000 excited fans
to terminate the 21-game personal
victory streak of Lt. Co. Bierman,
former Minnesota grid mentor..
The game proved that the old jinx
that never enabled Bierman to beat
Notre Dame in two attempts with his
Golden Gophers is still alive.
Notre Dame called on all its de-
partments for help in creating the
sharpest upset -of the year. It depend-
ed on Angelo Bertelli to throw a
touchdown pass, of 47 yards, to Bob
Livingstone for the first score in the
second period.
It demanded alertness, which Cor-
win. Clatt supplied 45 seconds later
by intercepting a Seahawk pass on
the Iowa Naval 37 and sprinting for
another touchdown.
And finally, the Irish beckoned the
invalided fullback, Jerry Cowhig, to
the game in the second half and
Sophomore Jerry responded with two
touchdown runs, one in the third per-
iod and the other in the fourth, to
make the win a certainty.
Bertelli calmly place-kicked every
conversion attempt.
The Seahawks had their scoring
chances but brilliant Notre Dame pass
defense and fierce charging by the
Irish line broke them up.
Hoyas,.Auburn Tie
WASHINGTON, Oct. 17.- (A)-
Georgetown and Auburn battled to a
6-6 deadlock in a sea of mud before
12,50 spectators here tonight. Scor-
ing was confined to the second period.

IIENCH COMBEFB
By BUD HENDEL
Daily Sports Editor
DRIFTWOOD AND SPLINTERS: ,Coach Fritz Crisler was proud of his
Michigan team yesterday, bouncing back the way it did from the Iowa
Seahawk defeat . . he expressed his sentiments to the players after the
game, and ended up his short talk by saying, "Minnesota next," a remark
which tells more than any column what beating Minnesota means to the
Wolverines . . . the Gophers have won every Michigan-Minnesota contest
since 1933, and the Wolverines will be primed for next Saturday's renewal
of Gopher hostilities.
Merv Pregulman, who proved once again yesterday that he is one of the
nation's greatest centers, claimed that the Wildcats were tougher than they
appeared to be from the stands.. . he said that he was just as worn out after
yesterday's tilt as he was after the Seahawk battle last week . .-. Pregulman
tossed his blue stocking to'a group of kids outside the dressing room window
who were clamoring for a souvenir . . . it seems that they do it every week,
and Pregulman always obliges.
Considering that Tom Kuzma has been out of action for three weeks,
his performance yesterday was all that could be asked ... he gained 26
yards in eight rushing attempts for an average of 3.25 yards per try ...
his timing was just a flicker off, the result of his long layoff, and the
writers in the press box were of the opinion that he would be as good as
ever by next week now that he has some action under his belt . . . he
reported that his injured knee gave him no trouble throughout the game.
Bob Kolesar, who was a thorn in Northwestern's side all day, could think
of only one reason for Notre Dame's stunning defeat of the Iowa Seahawks . .
.. and that was, "Did we take that much out of them?", meaning the Sea-
hawks ... and that's probably a major reason for the Cadet loss yesterday
. they were a battered*bunch of football players after their tussle with
Michigan last week, and their coach, Bernie Bierman, stated that Michigan
was the toughest outfit they had faced.
There's a growing opinion that no better guard than Julie Franks plays
college football today . . . Franks is only a junior, but his play thus far in
the season has caused considerable All-American talk . . . correspondents
from the metropolitan papers were of the almost unanimous opinion that
he's the best guard they've seen all year. . . more than once he broke through
the Wildcat line yesterday to throw the Northwestern backs for huge losses,
and he's largely responsible for holding the Purple to a scant 26 yards on
the ground.
The other members of the "Seven Oak Posts" can't be shoved into
the background though ... Pregulman, Al Wistert, Bill Pritula, Kolesar,
Elmer Madar and Phil Sharpe all played a great game yesterday .. .
Wistert again showed the stuff that is winning him many plaudits as an
outstanding Conference lineman ... he's back in the terrific form of his
sophomore year.
George Ceithaml played all but 30 seconds yesterday, which gives him a
record of being out of the lineup only one-and-a-half minutes this season .
Ceithaml's blocking literally ripped the Wildcat tacklers to shreds .... and
his field generaling was as near perfect as any quarterback's could be.

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IOWA CITY, Iowa, Oct. 17.- G4)-
They're the "Fighting Illini" again.
The conquerors of mighty Minnesota
proved their right to carry the tradi-
tional Illinois battle cry by downing
Iowa, 12 to 7, today to remain unde-
feated.
The Cinderella lads of 1942 Western
Conference football struck for a
touchdown on Tony Butkovich's
plunge after Guard Alex Agase had
blocked Tom Farmer's punt late in
the first quarter.
Given that six-point lead, the Illini
dominated the battle until the Hawks
spurted ahead in the second period on
Dick Hoerner's 47-yard touchdown
dash, following an interception of an
Illinois lateral pass. Farmer kicked
the extra point.
Illinois, opening a march on its
48, drove to the 33. Then Quarterback
Dick Good tossed to Capt. Jimmy
Smith on the four-yard line. Don
Griffin went over from the two.
Gophers Strike Back
LINCOLN, Neb., Oct. 17.- (;)-
Minnesota's Golden Gophers beat
Nebraska today, 15 to 2, on a blocked
kick, a 40-yard touchdown run in the

first period and a 69-yard touchdown
drive early in the third period.
Paul Mitchell, Minnesota tackle,
crashed in to block a punt, sending
the ball flying out of the end zone for
a safety. Nebraska kicked and a min-
ute later Minnesota scored on, a 40-
yard gallop by Halfback Dick Lucke-
meyer. Bill Garnaas kicked the point.
Joe Silovich started the Minnesota
juggernaut rolling in the second half
with a 26-yard return to the Gopher
31; passed to Luckemeyer on the
Minnesota 49, drove to the Nebraska
23, and then hurled a low pass that
Hein picked off his shoetops on the
Nebraska 15, and scored. The try for
point was blocked.
Spartans Are Routed
EAST LANSING, Mich., Oct. 17.-
01)- Sophomore Johnny Strzykalski
staged a brilliant one-man show to-
day as Marquette walloped Michigan
State, 28-7, for the Spartans' worst
defeat in a decade.
Strzykalski scored two touchdowns
himself, one on a 53-yard run, and
passed to the two others. Quarterback
Bob Dams booted all four points.

Unbeaten Illini Top Iowa, 12-7

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SERVICE EDITION
VOL I, No. 9 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN OCTOBER 11, 1942

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Dr. James Deacon Bruce,
vice-president in charge of
University relations re-
tired Friday ... The Board
of Regents has given him
the title of Vice-President
Emeritus . . . The retire-
ment was granted him as
of his 70th birthday...
Replacing Dr. Bruce as
MWedical Adviser to the
University Health Service
is Dean Albert C. Fursten-
berg of the School of Med-
icine . . . Also announced
was the leave of absence
granted to Prof. Charles
M. Davis, Director of Ad-
missions with Advanced
Standings . . . Professor
Davis has resigned his post
to serve with the Navy ...
Dr. Bruce has been asso-
ciated with the University
since 1904 when he held
the position of assistant in
internal medicine... Dur-
ing World War I he served
as a captain in the medical

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ternity Council as a sub-
stitute for Homecoming
poster contests of former
years has good news .
Pete Wingate, '43, secre-
tary of the IFC announced
Friday that all contest re-
turns will be donated to
the Bomber Scholarship
Fund ... According to IFC
and Pan-Hellenic Council
officials, . this scholarship
fund will receive at least
$1500 from the Greeks ...
The Fund was organized
last March to buy war
bonds equal in value to a
$100,000 bomber . . . The
fraternity or sorority sell-
ing the greatest number of
stamps or bonds will re-
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Burr, Patterson and Auld
Co. of Ann Arbor.
Affected by the new
draft age bill, approxi-
mately 88,000 Michigan
youths in the 18 and 19

lation, according to indi-
cations.
That people are getting
ready to do without gaso-
line was indicated this
week when the Ann Arbor
police department report-
ed that bicycle registra-
tions for 1942 have exceed-
ed the high 1941 mark by
more than 1000 . . . 4000
bicycles, voluntarily en-
rolled by owners are nowI
in the police department'sJ
files . . . And police esti-
mate that only 50 per cent
of faculty and student
owned bicycles are regis-
tered.
The Red Cross, together
with the Michigan Union,
the Michigan League and
the Interfraternity Coun-
cil has begun registration
on campus of volunteer
blood donors . . . The cen-
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