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SUNDAY, OCT. 18, 1942

THDE MICHIGAN D AIL Y

PAGE SEVEN

Wolverines

Claw

Wildcats

In

Conference

Opener,

34-16

______-f

White,

Wiese Collect Three Scores

To Lead Michigan To Easy Victory

(Continued from Page 1)
The plunging sophomore tore into
that Wildcat line five more times, fin-
ally punching over center from the
one yard line for the touchdown.
Brieske did his part, and Michigan
led 7 to 0.
Foe Boats Field Goal
The Wildcats came right back on{
the ensuing kickoff, but the best they
could wrangle was a field goal by
Alan Pick, the fourth team guard
who specializes in booting them be-
tween the cross-bars. Starting from
their own 35 at the beginning of the
second period, and with Graham pas-
sing and Ed Hirsch running, the
Wildcats advanced to the Wolverine
13-yard marker where they found the
Michigan line too staunch to crack.
Pick entered the tilt at this point and
calmly kicked it straight and true to
give Northwestern its only points un-,
til the waning minutes of the game.
But Michigan, driving all the time,
steamed back to tally twice more be-r
fore the half ended, both times on
runs by White on remarkably similark'
plays. The first of these came afterI
White had returned Graham's punt
from the Michigan 28 to the Michigan
48. With third down and eight to go,
Kuzma, on a perfectly executed play,
faked a quick kick and handed the
ball to White who reeled off 17 yards
around left end to the Purple 35.
Then Kuzma tossed a high one down-
field which was intercepted by half-
back Nick Vodick, who promptly fum-
bled. Phil Sharpe pounced on the ball
on the Northwestern 17 yard line, and
the second Ilichigan score was set
up. Wiese went over center for three,
and White scored on the next play,
taking the ball on a spinner from
Wiese and scampering inside left end
for the tally. Brieske made the kick
good, and Michigan was away wing-
ing, 14-3.
Kuzma Tallies
After a few scrimmages, Graham
punted to Robinson who sped down
the western sideline from his own 28
all the way to the Northwestern 35
behind terrific blocking. Kuzma made
it a first down on the 22, and White's
second touchdown was in the mak-
ing. He took a short lateral from
Ceithaml, and tore around left end
for the score, whizzing right by Gra-
ham on the five yard line. Brieske's
toe still showed the right kind of edu-
cation, and it was Michigan by 21-3
when the half ended.
Ceithaml himself set up the next
Michigan tally in the third quarter.

Starts Scoring Rout

,ats took to the air in an attempt to
snake the count more respectable.
With Graham staging a sensational
'uit of pass-tossing, but mostly against
he second-string Wolverine line, the
Vildcats managed to rack up two
ouchdowns before the game ended.
During these ten minutes Graham
litched 11 tcsses, comnleting ten of
them and finding his mark nine con-,
;ecutive times.
Passes Help Wildcats
The first Northwestern touchdown
;ame three minutes after Pregulman
'iad scored. Starting on his own 30,
3raham began his aerial circus, cul-I
ninating with a strike toss from the
Michigan 12 to quarterback Lynee
McNutt. Then with the game in its
last minutes, he came back in to pass
the Wildcats to another tally from
their own 23. After his flinging had
taken the Purple to the Michigan 30,
he threw an eight yard screen pass to
Vodick who ran the rest of the dis-
tance behind good blocking. Pick con-
verted on this one, after missing on
the first touchdown, and with only
20 seconds left to play, the game was
Aichigan's, 34-16.
Michigan stuck almost exclusively
to its ground game for the victory,
attempting only eight passes during
the entire contest. The only Wolver-
ine injury was incurred by Wiese,
who received a sprained ankle at the
end of the third quarter, but he is
expected to be fully recovered for the
Minnesota game next week.

FULLBACK BOB WIESE
shreds Wildcat line

With the ball on the Northwestern
43, a result of a 20 yard loss through
the line-busting of Madar and Al
Wistert, Graham passed to Buffmire
on the Michigan 32. Ceithaml grab-
bed the ball out of Buffmire's hands
and lugged it to the Wildcat 38 be-
fore he was finally hauled down, and
Michigan was on the march again.
Kuzma, Ceithaml, White and Wiese
all teamed up to take it to the five,
and after Wiese failed at the line,
Kuzma got his first score of the year.
It was on a double lateral from Wies-
to Ceithaml to Kuzma, who skirted
right end to pay dirt. This tine Brie-
ske missed the conversion, his second
miss in four games, and the countawas
Michigan 27, Northwestern 3.
And still Michigan wasn't through
for the day. This time it was Pregul-
man who cashed in for the Wolver-
ines. With five minutes of the fourth
quarter gone and Northwestern hav-
ing possession on their own 33, Gra-
ham, hurried by the onrushing
Franks, tossed a short pass in the flat
intended for Dud Kean. But Pregul-
man came tearing up out of nowhere
to intercept it and, with a clear field
ahead of him, scamper 35 yards to
score. Brieske returned to his usual
form, and Michigan had its full 34
points.
Shackled on the ground, the Wild-

uckeyes-Rout
Purue, 26.4)
Strong State Team Bottles
Up Boilermaker Attack
COLUMBUS, O., Oct. 17.- ()-
Ohio State University's gridiron jug-
gernaut rolled to its fourth straight
conquest of the campaign today, com-
pletely frustrating the Boilermakers
of Purdue in every department to win.
26-0.,
The Boilermakers, fresh from last
week's 7-6 upset win over Northwest-
ern, wound up the day with a single
first down, a net of 14 yards gained
on 23 rushes, and failed to complete
any of 13 passes attempted.
Scoring in every period, the battling
Bucks clinched at least a share of the
top spot in the Western Conference
for the week, and sent their sopho-
more fullback, Gene Fekete, out front
in Conference scoring with 33 points
for two games.
The Findlay youth plunged over
for Ohio's first two markers today.
and booted an extra point for a total
of 13. He counted 20 against Indiana
two weeks ago, and he has a four-
game scoring total of 52.
Badgers Sink Sailors
CHICAGO, Oct. 17.- R/P)- The
massive Sailors of the Great Lakes
Naval Training Station stopped Wis-
consin for two periods today before a
couple of sophomores-Jack Wink
and Elroy Hirsch-came to the rescue
with two of the longest touchdown
runs of the season-one the length of
the field-to give the undefeated
Badgers a 13 to 7 triumph.
Bruce Smith, last year's All-Amer-
ica at Minnesota, almost became an-
other Wisconsin nemesis after he
passed to Nebraska's Fred Preston for
a 65-yard touchdown play in the first
period.
bidiana Rams Pitt
PITTSBURGH, Oct. 17.- ()-
Billy Hillenbrand, the touted "Air
Express" halfback, delivered three
touchdowns through the air today to
give Indiana a clean-cu~t 19 to 7 vic-
tory over the Pitt Panthers in their
intersectional battle before 20,000.
The Panthers got their own touch-
down in the waning moments of the
first half, two long passes by Half-
back Bill Dutton carrying 72 yards
to the Hoosier five, where End Mike
Sotack, who took the second one, lat-
eraled to Halfback Jack Stetler.
Trojans Triumph
LOS ANGELES, Calif., Oct. 17.-(P)
-Southern California dashed the
hopes of Washington State for an
unblemished Pacific Coast conference
title today via a dazzling 26 to 12 up-
set victory before 45,000.
Students will be able to collect
their refunds on tickets from the
{great Lakes game by presenting
the tag from their ticket book at
the Athletic office tomorrow
through Saturday. Refunds will
not be made before or after this
time. Harry Tillotson,
Ticket Manager

By MIKE DANN
The person who bought the war-E
bond football for $15,000 turned out1
to be a very shy and modest person
who didn't want his name anfounced.
After he came up to the press box,
Fred Delano, Sports Publicity Direc-
tor, asked his identity, but the mys-I
terious bond buyer evaded the ques-
tion.
Delano Stumped
Suddenly, Delano realized that he
would find out the name as soon as
the buyer filled out the bond applica-
tion. But this plan failed to stump
the stranger because he filled out the
application with the names of John
and Mary Doe.
It wasn't until a friend of the
stranger whispered the name of Dan
M. Lavine into Fred's ear that the
35,000 fans found out who the ben-
evolent patriot was. Lavine is an en-
gineer from Detroit.
Wiese Walks Off
Whdn Bob Wiese had to be taken
out because of an injured ankle, Dr.
A. W. Coxon ordered a stretcher toI
take him to the dressing room. WieseI
refused by saying, "I'd rather play
150 more minutes of football this af-
ternoon than have to be carried off

before all those people." Wiese reach-
ed the dressing rooms by leaning on
the shoulders of one of the student
managers.
After the game, reporters tried to
interview Lynn Waldorf, Wildcat
coach. He had one remark for the
press: "Michigan has a fast, rugged

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team, and an eleven that I would not
want to play every -Saturday."
Lieut. Jim Grissen was in the Wol-
verine locker room after the game.
Jim, who played in the Michigan
backfield several years ago, is now
an Air Cadet stationed at Nashville,
Tenn.

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(for Buffmire). Points after touch-
down: Pick (placement); Field goal:
Pick.
Michigan Scoring: Touchdowns,
Wiese, White 2, Kuzma (for Robin-
son), Pregulman. Points after touch-
down: Brieske 4.
Substitutions: Northwestern -
Ends, Siegle, Colberg, Wallis, Ohland.
Tackles, Samarzia, Carlson, Boynton,
Zilly. Guards, Gent, Genovez, Di-
Francesca, Weingartner. Centers, Go-
lan. Backs, Warren, lcNutt, Deoduic,
Vodick, Pick, Franck, Winter.
Michigan-Ends, Kennedy, Smeja.
Tackles, Derleth, Secontine, Kar-
wales, Baldwin. Guards, Freihofer,
Amstutz. Centers, Brieske, Perga-
ment. Backs, Kiesel, Kuzma, Brieske,
Wardley, Chappuis, Yaap,' Lund.
Boor, Stenberg.

Zeta Beta Tau,
Secretary-Treasurer
of the I.F.C.,
Michigamua,
Vulcans, and
Tau Beta Pi.

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