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TIE MICHIGAN DAILY

S 'RAM'; NOV 29; 1942

Ohio State . .. 41 Okla. A&M .. 33 Navy.......14. Holy Cross ... 55 Georgia ......34 Tennessee ... 19 Rice.........20 Stanford .... 281
Iowa Pre-Flight 12 Detroit.....6 Army .......0' Boston College 12 Georgia Tech . 0 Vanderbilt ... 7 Baylor .......0 St. Mary's Nav. 13

Notre Dame .. 13
So. California. 0

Wolverines

End Season

With 28-14

Triumph

Over

Iowa.

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Michigan Gains
Tie for Third
in Conference
Hoerner Returns Kick
85 Yards for First
Hawkeye Touchdown
(Continued from Page 1)
extra point, as he did on the three
other occasions to bring his season
total to 26 out of 31 attempts, and
Michigan was on the path to victory,
7-0.
Wistert Sets Up Score
Wistert set up the next Wolverine
tally by recovering Chuck Uknes'
fumble of Pregulman's touchdown
kickoff on the Iowa 30 yard line.
Aided by an Iowa penalty, Michigan
scored in four plays. Kuzma passed
to Madar to the 23, Wiese crashed
through center to the 14, Wiese cli-
maxed the march with a plunge over
the Iowa left tackle for the touch-
down.
Hoerner started off the Iowa scor-
ing with his brilliant 85 yard paydirt
jaunt at the beginning of the third
stanza, but Michigan matched it with
another tally on the second play of
the fourth quarter.
White Goes Over
Starting from their own 49, Michi-
gan, paced by Kuzma, White and
Wiese, powered its way to the Hawk-
eye three yard line. Three times the
Wolverines hit the Iowa line, and
three times they bounced back. Kuz-
mare-injured his ankle on the third
smash and Chappuis replaced him
just after the fourth quarter began.
With fourth and three the count,
Chappuis started for the center of the
line and flipped a backhand pass to
Whitewho circled left end untouched.
for the score.
Kennedy Alertness Pays
Iowa came back to make it 21-14
with five minutes left of the game.
The Hawkeyes, utilizing the scarce
Farmer completions of the day, ad-.
vanced to the Michigan 42. Then
Uknes, avenging his costly fumble of
the first quarter, galloped through
right tackle, slipped, caught his feet,
shook off three tacklers, and streaked
to a touchdown on a 42 yard run.
Farmer converted, and Iowa had its
point total for the day.
Michigan added another, but un-

Ceithaml, Wistertranks Gain Positions on All-Conference First Team

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Nationwide
Scores
MIDDLE WEST
Indiana 51, Fort Knox 0
Illinois 20, Camp Grant 0
Oregon State 7, Mich. State 7 (tie)
Kansas State 19, Nebraska 0
EAST
Fordham. 6, N. Car. Pre-Flight 0
Villanova 20, Temple 7
SOUTH
Auburn 41, Clemson 13
Jacksonville"Air Sta. 13, Duke 0
Georgia Pre-Flight 35, Alabama 19
Miami 21, West Virginia 13
Tampa 30, Fort Benning 0
SOUTHWEST
Tex. Christian 14, So. Methodist 6
Rice 20, Baylor 0
ROCKY MOUNTAIN
New Mexico 35, Ariz. State 7
FAR WEST
Washington 0, Wash. State 0 (tie)
Stanford 28, St. Mary's Naval 13
Notre Dame 13, So. California 0
Award Heis man Trophy
to Georgia's Sinkwich
NEW YORK, Nov. 28.--(P)-Frank
Sinkwich, Georgia's All-America half-
back, today was named winner of the
Heisman Memorial trophy, annually
awarded by the Downtown Athletic
Club to the nation's outstanding col-
lege football player.
Sinkwich won by the largest plur-
ality in the eight-year history of the
award, being first in all sections of
the country in a vote of the country's
sports writers and broadcasters. He
polled 1,059 votes to 218 for Paul
Governali of Columbia, who was sec-
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necessary tally with only a minute
remaining of the fray. Gaining pos-
session on the Iowa 36 after' a futile
pass by Farmer to Uknes failed to
make a first down, the Wolverines
went to the 15 in three plays. Wiese
hit left tackle on the fourth play, but
fumbled on the two yard line where
end Chuck Kennedy scooped up the
free pigskin and took the two steps
to pay dirt. Brieske converted, anti
the scoring was finished as well as.
the game.
Yesterday's triumph gave Michigan
a season record of seven victories and
three defeats, enabling it to tie Illi-
nois for third place in the Conference
with three league wins against two
losses. Six Wolverine seniors bowed
out in victory, Ceithaml, Wistert,
Kolesar, Madar, Sharpe and Rudy
Smeja.

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Lineups, Statistics of Iowa Battle

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IOWA
Parker
Yelton
G. Curran
Lauterbach
Dickerhoofr
Urban,
Burkett
Farmer
Stauss
Youel
Ferguson

LE
LT
LG
S
RG
RT
RE
QB
LH
RH
FB

MICHIGAN
Sharpe
Wistert
Kolesar
Pregulran
Franks
Pritula
Madar
Ceithaml
Kuzma
White
Wiese

Iowa scoring: Touchdowns-Hoer-
ner (for Ferguson); Uknes (for Fer-
guson). Points after touchdown-
Farmer 2 (placements). Michigan
scoring: Touchdowns-Kuzma, Wiese,
White, Kennedy (for Madar); Points
after touchdown-Brieske (for Preg-
ulman) 4 (placements).
Substitutions: Iowa-ends, Bar-
bour, Keane; tackle, Staak; guards.
Kane, Niedziela, Panaluna; backs, T.
Curran, Uknes, Hoerner. Michigan-
ends, Smeja, Kennedy; tackles, Der-
leth, Greene; guards, Freihofer, Am-
stutz; center, Brieske; backs, Robin-
son, Chappuis, Wise, Lund, Vernier.
* *

Wolverines Cop
Three Positions
on 1AP El even
Badgers Place Four
to Dominate Squad
CHICAGO, Nov. 28.-(MP)-The 1942
Western Conference All-Star football
team selected annually for the Asso-
ciated Press by Big Ten coaches.

NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
Boston 6, Montreal 2
Toronto 8, New ork 6
BASKETBALL
Notre Dame 56, Ball State 42

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IN A VERY SPECIAL
GIFT LINE ...

IOWA .......... 0
MICHIGAN .....14

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So4igh onFORMALS

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First Downs...................................
Yards Gained Rushing (Net)... ............. .
Forward Passes Attempted............... .. ....
Forward Passes Completed.......................
Yards by Forward Passing .........................
Forward Passes Intercepted by ...................
Y'ards Gained Runback of Intercepted Passes ....... .
Punting Average (from. Scrimmage) . .................
Total Yards, All Kicks Returned .....................
Opponents' Fumbles Recovered .................... .
Yards Lost by Penalties ........ .................. .

IOWA MICH.
9 19
135 235
19 11
7 3
98 59 j
0 2
0 72
35 35 j
162 , 107
0 1
20 25

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Robert Shaw, Ohio State ..
Richard Wildung, Minnesota.
JULIUS FRANKS, Mich.
Fred Negus, Wisconsin...
Lindel Houston, Ohio State..
ALBERT WISTERT, Mich. .
Dave Schreiner, Wisconsin . .
GEORGE CEITHAML, Mich.
William Hillenbrand, Indiana
Elroy Hirsch, Wisconsin ....
Marlin Harder, Wisconsin ..

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Winter has come to stay.
Don't miss the good fun
and exercise of ice skat-
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to Moe's and look at our
fine line of ladies' and
;. men's skates.
We have a complete
.selectionof the famous
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SECOND TEAM
Ends: Robert Motl, Northwestern,
and Bill Parker, Iowa.
Tackles: Charles Csuri, Ohio State
and Paul Hirsbrunner, Wisconsin.
Guards: Alex Agase, Illinois, and
John Billman, Minnesota.
Center: Mervin Pregulman, Mich.
Quarterback: Lou Saban, Indiana.
Halfbacks: Thomas Kuzma, Michi-
gan; Paul Sarringhaus, Ohio State,
and Otto Graham, Northwestern tied.
Fullback: Gene Fekete, Ohio State.
HONORABLE MENTION
Ends: Engel, Illinois; Burkett,
Iowa; Smerke, Purdue; Pihos, Indi-
an; Madar, Michigan.
Tackles: Willis, Ohio State, Nied-
ziela and Yelton, Iowa; Pritula, Mich-
igan; French, Purdue; Mitchell, Min-
nesota; Kasap and Genis, Illinois.
Guards: Burke and Kapter, North-
western; Kolesar, Michigan; Barwe-
gan, Purdue; Dellagro, Minnesota.
Centers: Vickroy, Ohio State; Tra-
vener, Indiana.
Quarterbacks: Lynn, Ohio State;
Farmer, Iowa; Wink, Wisconsin;
Garnaas, Minnesota.
Halfbacks: Daley, Minnesota; Hos-
kins, Wisconsin; Curran, Iowa.
Fullbacks: Wiese, Michigan; Ed
Hirsch, Northwestern.
O'Neill Named
Tiger Manager,
DETROIT, Nov. 28.- UP)- In a
long awaited move the Detroit Tigers
announced today the dismissal of Del
Baker as manager and the appoint-
ment of Steve O'Neill to succeed him.
O'Neill, for 33 years associated with
the game, as player and manager,
moves up from Detroit's Texas League
farm, Beaumont, Where last year he
welded into a pennant winner a team
of youngsters headed by Dick Wake-
field, $50,000 beauty. He becomes the
twelfth manager in Detroit's 42 years
in the American League.
Swept out of their jobs along. with
Baker, who had served four full sea,
sons since succeeding Mickey Coch-

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