THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, NOV. 21, 1943
THE MICHIGAN IPAII.Y SUNDAT, N~'. 21, 1q43
Wolverines Roll to Big
Wiese, Lund Set Pace Scores for ico
As OSU Line Crumbles
Title by Crushing Bucks,
in the third period when Bill Hackett
blocked Wiese's punt at midfield. The
Buckeyes drove to the 36 from where
Parks flashed his heels to the sur-
prised Wolverines to score. John
Stungis, third-string quarterback and
hero of State's victory over Illinois,
booted the conversion.
Nussbaumer Skirts End
Michigan drove 60 yards to score
in nine plays a short time later. May-
es set it up with a 25-yard end run
and Wiese took it over from the two.
Nussbaumer ended 'the third period
with a beautiful 31-yard sprint
around end after taking a Wink lat-
Sensanbaugher's fumble at mid-
field set up Michigan's next score.
End Hank Olshanski recovered and
Michigan scored again, Wink tossing
a 34-yard pass to Mroz, Nussbaumer
bucking 16 yards and then Wink flip-
ping a 10-yard aerial to Mroz in the
The final two scores came late in
the last quarter. Ohio tried another,
fake kick on a fourth down and fail-
ed. Michigan drove from the State 23
to the eight with Lund doing the ball
lugging, from where Maves circled
end for the score. Maves intercepted
a Buck pass on the 45 and brought it
back to the 10, but a penalty and a
bad play pushed it back to the 40. A
For Sixth Win
EVANSTON, Ill., Nov. 20.-( P)-
Northwestern, beaten only by Michi-
gan and Notre Dame, ended a suc-
cessful football campaign today by
walloping Illinois' youngsters, 53 to
6, before 25,000 spectators in Dyche
The Wildcats scored their sixth
victory in easy fashion, rambling the
41 yards or more for seven of their
touchdowns and connecting for the
eighth on a click 38-yard pass play
engineered by a couple of third
stringers, Bill Adler and Bernard
But the Illini, pounded into their
fourth Conference defeat in six
games, had reason to cheer in the
third period when little Eddie Bray
snagged a Northwestern kickoff and
ran 90 yards to score in the most
spectacular play of the day.
Northwestern ended its league ac-
tion in third place behind the new
Big, Ten co-champions, Purdue and
This was Otto Graham's last game
for Northwestern, at least for the
duration of the war, and the versatile
youngster obliged with two short
touchdown trips and two points after
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 20. -(P)-
Tulane struck with lightning sud-
denness for three touchdowns in the
third quarter here today to whip
Louisiana State, 27 to 0, before an
estimated 40,000 fans.
Tulane's first touchdown came in
the first three minutes of the third
quarter after one Greenie score had
been nullified by a clipping pen-
alty. Billy Jones flipped a short
pass to Blocking Back Leonard Fin-
ley who sprinted 62 yards to cross the
Tiger goal. Officials ruled that a
would-be Tiger tackler was slipped
on the 24-yard line and the Greenies
were penalized back to the 39.
Veteran Joe Renfroe whipped
around left end for 14 yards and
Jones passed to End Ken Tarzetti
who caught the ball and fell on the
Tiger 4-yard lines Jim Jackson, Tu-
lane fullback, scored through center
and Jones added the point from
Jones got the second Tulane
touchdown five minutes later, slash-
ing through tackle . from the one-
yard line after a blocked punt bad
set up the play.
Jones kicked the point from piace-
ment and within less than four min-
uted had struck through center from
the Tigers' 10-yard line for the third
touchdown of the period.
Tulane wound up the scoring early
in the fourth quarter, with Tailback
Jim Shiver driving over from the
MIAMI, Fla., Nov. 20.-(P)--Louis-
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football team will play in the 10th
annual Orange Bowl game here New
Year's Day. Teams being considered
to oppose L.S.U. include Penn State,
Franklin and Marshall, Wake Forest,
Holy Cross, Tulsa and Arkansas---all
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Tulane Tops Favored Louisiana
State, 27-0, Before 40,000 Fans
. who ripped through the
Buckeyes for long gains, was also
a bulwark on defense.
Howie Wikel pass to Joe Ponsetto
took it to the 20 from where Lund
ripped center to score standing up.
Despite the dry field and mild wea-
ther 13 fumbles were recorded, seven
by the Buckeyes. Michigan recovered
four of them, two of which were cost-
ly to the losers.
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S&distical Story of 1943 Grid Finale
First Downs ..........................................
Yards Gained, Rushing (Net).................... .
Forward Passes Attempted ............................
TEN YEARS HAVE PASSED since the Wolverines have won a Western
Conference championship-until yesterday when the Buckeyes from
Ohio State paved the way for Michigan to a share in the title. It seems that
Indiana just couldn't stop Purdue's Boilermakers who finished the season
undefeated in Big Ten competion also
If the season could only last a few games longer, the fans would
be able to see the new star that has been uncovered in Earl Maves. His
play was, superb both on offense and defense. Bob Nussbaumner, the
Oak Park Speedster, also played an outstanding game at his halfback
post. His running ability proved to be a vital cog in the Michigan
THIRTEEN FUMBLES highlighted the game-seven by the* Buckeyes
.against six for the Maise and Blue. The Wolverines collected revenge for
the 2.1-7 defeat handed them by Ohio last year as shown by the 23 Michigan
first downs. Paul Brown's boys were stopped with only two first downs as
Crisler used practically his entire squad.
Living up to expectations, Ohio stalwarts, Gordon Appleby, who has
received All American' mention, and Dean Sensanbaugher proved their
real worth to Coach Brown. The flashy center and halfback provided
a threat to the Wolverines all afternoon with continuous brilliant of-
fensive and defensive play.
Yesterday's game proved to be a fitting climax for the majority of the
Michigan squad, as they are in the Marine and Navy training programs
and will soon be called to active duty or transfer.
Ohio State ...... 0 0 7 0- 7
Michigan .......13 0 13 19-45
Ohio State Scoring: Touchdown,
Parks. Point after touchdown; Stun-
gis (for Williams) (placekick).
Michigan Scoring: Touchdowns,
Wiese 2, Dreyer, Nussbaumer, Mroz
(for Smeja), Lund, Maves (for Drey-
er). Points after touchdown, Wells
2, Hirsch (for Nussbaumer) (place-
by a Play-by-Play Account
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Additional try-outs for new members
today at 4:30 p.m. in Roodm 305,
International Center: At the regu-
lar Sunday evening program at 7:30
p.m. Mr. Okechukwu Ikejiani, first
student from Nigeria in the Univer-
sity, will discuss West Africa and the
War. The talk will be followed by the
usual snack hour. All interested are
Gamma Delta, Lutheran Student
Club, will have a supper meeting to-
day at 5:30 p.m. at the Lutheran
Student Center, 1511 Washtenaw.
Christian Scientists on campus are
invited to attend a reception this,
afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Hussey
Room in the Michigan League.
The Lutheran Student Association
will meet in Zion Lutheran Parish
Hall -today at 5:30 p.m. Following
the supper Mr. Theodore Markwood,
a law student, will talk on "Why I
Am a Lutheran." Students and ser-
vicemen are invited.
The English Journal Club will m'
Monday, Nov. 22, at 7:45 p.m. in the
West Conference Room of the Rack-
ham Building. Professor Mentor L.
Williams will deliver an address on
"Emerson's Individualism Reconsid-
ered." Graduate students and mem-
bers of the faculty are invited to
Now that the cold winds are setting
in, we think of the refreshing outdoor
sports. The favorite of the majority is
skating of some kind.
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