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SNAY NOV.1, 1942 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Wisconsin . . 17 Minnesota . . 19 Iowa ......13 Mich. State .. 7 Notre Dame.. 9 Penn......19 eorgia .... 21 UCLA.....20
Ohio State .. 7 Northwestern. 7 Purdue .... 7 Temple .... 7 Navy...... ..0 Army ......0 Alabama ... 10 Stanford ... 7

PAGE SEVEN
Harvard . ... 19
Princeton . . . 14

Bad oers Drop
Unbeaten OSU
from Top, 17-7
Harder, Schreiner,
HirschThrill Crowd
of 45,000 In Upset
MADISON, Wis., Oct. 31.- (P)-
Underdog Wisconsin, arising to grid-
iron heights, blasted Ohio State's
Buckeyes from football's top ranking
today.
After 60 minutes of hair-raising
football, the Badgers trotted off Camp
Randall Field to the cheers of most
of the 45,000 bulging-eyed spectators
with a 17 to 7 triumph. And the score
just about tells the story. Wisconsin
threatened three times and scored
three times. The Buckeyes had one
good scoring chance, and cashed it in.
The headline makers were big Mar-
lin (Pat) Harder, fleet Elroy Hirsch
and All-American End Dave Schrei-
ner, but it was a brilliant team vic-
tory for Wisconsin. Ohio State's vaun-
ted running attack, which had mauled
out triumphs over Fort Knox, South-
ern California, Indiana, Purdue and
Northwestern, piled up a lot of yard-
age, but when danger threatened,
Badger linemen and second defen-
ders combined to take charge.
When the Badgers had the ball,
fierce charging by the forwards and
solid blocking down field gave the
backs all the help they needed.
The triumph, which sent Wisconsin
to the heights, was Wisconsin's sixth
in seven games. After whipping Camp
Grant, Wisconsin fought a 7 to 7 tie
with Notre Dame, then conquered
Marquette, Missouri, Great Lakes and
Purdue, to come up to today's all im-
portant test undefeated.

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HOW DID YOU PICK NATION'S TOP GAMES?
Gophers, Irish, Iowa Chalk Up Victories

DENCHCOMBER

By BUD HENDEL
Daiy Sports Editor
* * * *
F EVER a football team deserves all the credit that can be given it,
Michigan is that team.
The Wolverines played their greatest game of the year yesterday after
absorbing a terrific physical and mental beating last week. They came
roaring back from the toughest break in football to swamp"the best Illinois
squad of eight years in a decisive manner.
And the fact that they had the stuff to come back like they did
stamps this crew of Wolverines as a great football team. They have
ability and the guts to make that ability click. What more could be
asked?
A lesser team wouldn't have done it. A lesser team would have folded
up. But Michigan shook off that heart-rending loss to Minnesota to ground
a fine Illinois band into just another football team. Michigan picked a'
worthy foe for that comeback, and that's what makes it so remarkable.
It happened against a really good Illinois aggregation, not against a soft
touch on the schedule.
A lot of people were wondering before the game yesterday if Michigan
could come back. They were wondering if the Wolverines had the stuff
to shake off the mental torment of knowing they had lost a contest which
they should have won, which they would have won if the officiating had
been competent.
RIFTWOOD AND SPLINTERS: Tom Kuzma was injured on the very
first play of the game .. . he sprained his ankle, but played the entire
first half . . . and he looked like the Kuzma of old during
that time h . he was kept on the bench during the second
half for fear that the injury would become more
aggravated.
Big Al Wistert was nothing short of sensational yes-
terday . . . he was down on every punt and his tacking
and blocking were positively ferocious . . . he's been the
leader of the Michigan line all year, but he never played
a greater game than he did in the Stadium yesterday.
Julie Franks had it all over his All-American
guard foe, Alex Agase. .. Agase didn't live up to ex-:
pectations, while Franks was as good as ever ... in
fact, Agase's teammate at the other guard post stole
the limelight in the Illini line . . . he was Joe Paw- TOM KUZMA
lowski, and Michigan coaches and players both agreed that he was the
toughest Illinois lineman on the field, especially during the first half
... and Mike Kasap, giant tackle, came in for a lot of
praise from the Wolverines.
Ray Florek, Illini quarterback, was the best line-
backer that's faced Michigan this year .. .is only a sopho-
more now, and we hate to think of what he might do
after he has some more experience under his belt.
Ray Eliot, Illinois coach, said Michigan is the best
. team Illinois has met this year . . . that includes Notrel
Dame, who beat the Illini last week and who play the
Wolverines in two weeks.
Coaches Fritz Crisler and Eliot had a long talk
after the game ... both agreed that the other had
AL WISTERT done a great job of coaching ... Eliot told reporters

Frickey Plagues 'Cats
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 31.- ()-
Minnesota had too much power for a
stubborn Northwestern team, and de-
feated the Wildcats, 19 to 7, today
for its second Western Conference
win in three starts.
Herman Frickey, Gopher left half,
sparked his team to victory, scoring
two of Minnesota's touchdowns. Min-
nesota's first touchdowncame near
the end of the first period when
Northwestern punted to Frickey on
his 22 and he went all the way back
for the first score. Bill Garnaas place-
kicked the extra point.
A Northwestern fumble, recovered
by Minnesota on the Wildcat 25. set
up the second Gopher touchdown.
Frickey, faking a pass, dashed to the
three-yard line and Vic Kulbitski
plunged across.
A booming 74-yard punt by Don
Buffmire, Wildcat halfback, that
went out of bounds on the Minnesota
11, set up the Northwestern touch-
down. Buffmire threw a fourth down
strike to Clarence Hasse in the end
zone. Al Pick kicked the extra point
and it was 13 to 7 at the half.
Minnesota started its third touch-
down drive when Frickey intercepted
a pass on the 25-yard line and ran it
back three yards. He shot a pass to
Cliff Anderson for 18 yards, and then
took it over the last stripe.
Spartans Tie Temple
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 31.- ()-
Michigan State's favored Spartans
scored in the last period to tie an in-
spired Temple University team, 7-7,
before a homecoming throng of
10,000.
The Owls sent Fullback Joe Papiano
crashing over from the two-yard line
in the third period. Guard Sid Be-
shunsky place - kicked the point.
State's touchdown came with six
minutes left when Halfback Dick
Kieppe broke loose on a twisting 15
yard pay-off run to cap a 68-yard
drive by the invaders. Halfback Jack
Fenton booted the tying point.
Bruns Chase Title
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 31.-()-The
battling Bruins of the University of
California at Los Angeles swept aside
another barrier in their drive to a
Pacific Coast Conference football title
today by soundly thumping Stanford
University, 20 to 7, before 55,000.
Farmer's Passes Fizzle
IOWA CITY, Iowa, Oct. 31.- (p)-
Iowa, unpredictable as usual, used a
smashing running game today and a
94-yard fourth quarter touchdown
march to give Purdue's Boilermakers
Detroit Risks Spotless
Record with Marquette
MILWAUKEE, Oct. 31.- (P)- The
undefeated and untied University of
Detroit eleven goes after its fifth suc-
cessive victory tomorrow against a
high-scoring Marquette team.
With Elmer (Tippy) Madarik,
triple-threat star, in a key role, the
Detroiters sought to maintain Coach
Gus Dorais' spotless record against
Marquette. In 17 previous years at
Detroit, Dorais has lost no games to
the Hilltopper, winning six in a row
after gaining a pair of ties. Last year
the Titans won, 7 to 6.

their third Big Ten defeat of the sea-
son, 13 to 7.
Chuck Uknes, powerful sophomore
fullback, powered over for Iowa's first
touchdown in the second quarter and
paved the way for the game-clincher
midway in the fourth period. Tommy
Farmer, Iowa's ace passer, connected
on only one of seven tries.
It's Bertelli Again
CLEVELAND, Oct. 31.-VP)- Notre
Dame's Fighting Irish continued on
the comeback trail today by defeat-
ing a stubborn Navy eleven, 9 to 0,
for their fourth straight conquest.
Notre Dame struck for a touchdown
in the second period, sending their
"pitching" quarterback, Angelo Ber-

telli, over from the one-yard line on
a snek play, after a 50-yard march.
Huskies Still Hoping
SEATTLE, Oct. 31.- (P)- Two
spectacular long distance touchdown
thrusts gave Washington a 13-0 foot-
ball victory over Oregon State on a
slippery field today, to keep alive the
Huskies' slim Pacific Coast Confer-
ence title hopes.
*{ * *
Sinkwich Beats 'Bama
ATLANTA, Ga., Oct. 31.- (P)-
Georgia, sparked by All-America
Frankie Sinkwich and George Posch-
ner, upset a great Alabama team, 21-
10, before 33,000 fans. It was Georgia's
seventh straight victory.

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Colorado 28, Wyoming 7
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Middle West
Iowa Pre-Flight 26, Indiana 6
Oklahoma 14, Iowa State 7
Butler 39, DePauw 0
Nebraska 14, Kansas 7
Oklahoma A&M 20, Creighton 6
Great Lakes 17, Missouri 0
Camp Grant 20, Fort Knox 0
Alma 7, Albion 6
East
Boston College 47, Georgetown 0
Bucknell 13, Lafayette 7
Columbia 14, Cornell 13
William & Mary 35, Dartmouth 14
Fordham 7, St. Mary's 0
Colgate 6, Holy Cross 6 (Tie)
Pittsburgh 19, Carnegie Tech 6
Yale 27, Brown 0
N. Car. Pre-Fligt 9, Syracuse 0
West Virginia 24, Penn State 0
South
Mississippi State 6, Auburn 0
Maryland 13, Florida 0
Georgia Tech 26, Duke 7
Tennessee 26, L. S. U. 0
N. Car. State 21, N. Car. 14
Tulane 28, Vanderbilt 21
Southwest
Texas 21, S. M. U. 7
Baylor 10, Texas Christian 7
Texas A & M 41, Arkansas 0
Rice 19, Texas Tech 7
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DAlLY SUBSCRIPTIONS

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ILL. MICH.
First Downs ........................................ 8 18
Yards Gained Rushing (Net) ........................ 69 213
Forward Passes Attempted .......................... 11 13
Forward Passes Completed................ .........6 7
Yards by Forward ?assing-........................99 90
Forward Passes Intercepted by...................... 0 1
Panting Average (from Scrimmage) ..................34 32
Total Yards, All Kicks Returned ..................... 106 100
Opponent Fumbles Recovered.......................1 2
Yards Lost by Penalties............................27 40

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Colo. Mines 18, Colo. College 13
Miami 32, Furman 13
Virginia Tech 20, Virginia 14
Richmond 8, Washington & Lee 6
Williams 41, Union 15
Buffalo 26, John Hopkins 6
Hillsdale 50, Defiance 6

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SCHOOL YEAR $4.75 mailed

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There are loads of occasions on campus that demand clothes
of this type . . . barn dances, picincs, informal dorm parties.
And for those of you who are helping with the volun-
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VOL. I, No. 11 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN NOVEMBER 1, 1942

1

THIS WEEK, TEN
MONTHS AFTER Pearl
Harbor, the first student
wartime poll was taken . .
The poll, conducted by
the University sociology
department, tested among
other things, student opin-
ion on the University war
effort . . . Canvassers came
up with some amazing re-
sults when tabulations in-
dicated that out of the 500
students polled, approxi-

Wolverines Whip Illini, 28-14
Michigan's football team bounced back into the
thick of the Conference race yesterday by taking a well
earned victory from a fighting but inferior Illini eleven,
28-14.
The victory was the Wolverines' second in Big Ten
competition, and from all outward appearances they
played their finest game so far this season.
The famous "Seven Oak Posts" of the Michigan line
were the standouts in the Illini game with'All-American
bound Julie Franks leading the Wolverine eleven.
Michigan's touchodwns were scored by Paul White
on a pass from Kuzma, Bob Chappuis on a plunge from

britches, 400 tons of scrap
will have been collected by
the students of the Uni-
versity of Michigan.
FRIDAY, 20 NROTC
BOYS AND 20 dorm stu-
dents spent the afternoon
smashing tin cans at the
University dump, tore open
cushions and removed cop-
per from boxes...
Cushions weren't the only-
things to go either..
Wednesday, Michigan Dai-
ly reporters spent the bet-

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