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November 14, 1943 - Image 6

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W olverines Outdlass Stubborn Badgers in 27-0 Try




(Continued from ,Page
,Bagers punted out of boor
chigan 48. 'flere theN
st~aed a sustained drive
success~ivefirst dovins Ill
the bll to the'2 V2 yeard'etr'
Wikel went. over standi
first collegiate touchdown.
third attempt for' the ~:k
was wide, and the score sW~
'-x.20, Wfscdnsfi 0.
Th.e stuuoorn Red a.nd W
eusd' to give tip. After I
game played~ deep in their+
tory' miost of the first half,
g~ers carne back 'in the third
holdtheWolverines scorele
the frst time in sixten N
'quatersthat Mitchian w,
to score.
'Wisconsina failed to mal
"dowha as the fourth quarts
~ahid Ray Dcofley ptlntet
- ofnds 6n the Mihigan 21.
°Wc.lverines started the:a
march of the da.y'to rack~
airth and 'final 1ouchdo~
baumer, Dion Lund and Mi
rampant through the Badge
Ito advance to the Wlscons,
this dint,.the 'Varsity con
only pass "of the cay. NOi
faded back and rifled the'bz
kyes on the 12 who went a]l
for the score. Hirsch can

' . a rkf t te
e I) his onlIy apeatrance to 'boot the ex-!
.nds on the 'a "poit and 'tha't -endedd the day's:
with fouir By far the outsta)d'ing player for
At cariedthe Badgers 'was. actixng Captain Joe'
rite.,Hriied Keenan 'who 'played ~a whale of °a"
up for hisgame at cener.ime and aigain he
Rex Wells brouhtMA e ad ti rluennersto
Repon th~e grounid.after they had gotten'
odf Michi- through to the second~ary. The rest
of the Mad1isonh squad were jus~t nfot
Tite squad vastly different~ had Coach Harry
having thle Stuhi e'lier had -the 10 Wsonsin
own terri- mien tho t w waring the 'Blue ahd°
the Bad.- Gold~ jes ysteirda.
1( period to Stutkldreher smiled with satisfac-
es§. It 1*As tion as he. sa~w five 'of 'the lads he,
i6rsecutive coached last yea~r sta~t -for the Wol-
vas unafble verlns, and an additionf~ iv~e who,
~played a large part' in the Michigan
Re 'a first trium~ph.
:d 'out of 'Weber SiLEf
. Here tile Msa)T aunziik
ir log t cth LA + Xalagher
tup' their Keenan C Neu
wn. Pts 'Rowe RG Wells
aves went Prins UIr "erleth
er defense Laubenbelmer RE Renner
si, 7.At vot OR Wink
npleted itsIUeiz IM Nussbaumdi
ussbaumer .Kinjit #Hl' yer
al to! 'Ma- l iz4erF ~Wese
1 the way Score by Periods: Mid igan-7, 13,
ne in for 0, 7: 27. Wisconsin-Q, 0, 0, 0:; 0.

Michigan's Badger Baiter

Great Lakes
2147 Defeat
(!P'-The Great Lakes Blue Jackets
E egistered their eighth football vic-
tory today in ten starts, beating Ind-
iana's underdogs 21 to 7, and they
came within 20 seconds of handing
the Hoosiers their first shutout since
After the Sailors showed their
strength and punched over two
touchdowns in the second quarter,
the principal interest of the 7,500
fans from then on was whether
Great Lakes could perform the feat
of' holding the Hoosiers scoreless-
a 'job that hasn't been done since
Pordham turned the trick some 35
games ago.
i It looked like the Sailors had done
the trick until Bob Hoernschemeyer,
well throttled most of the day, began
tcssing his aerial bombs late in the
period. A pass to Pete Pihos and
"Hunchy's" own runs moved Indi-
ana to the Great Lakes 20, and the
big clock showed just 20 seconds to
go as freshman Bob heaved a pass
into Pihbs' arms in'the *end zone for
Indi lna's only score.
Emil Sitko of Port Wayne, Ind.,
scored Grea t Lakes' first touchdown,
anid -it vied with Indiana's tally for
the day's spectacular honors. From
the Indian 33 Ray Jones whipped a
pass and Sitko took it on a dead
run.. He juggled the ball around
for the 'next 'five or ten yards and
then finally gathered it in to race
on to pay'territory.

Montreal D~ef eats Red Win'gs, 4-I,
To Take Lea in Hockey :L.agi*e

MONTREAL, Nov. 13-(R'-Mon-'
treal became the only undefeated
team in the, National -Hockey League
tonight when they downed the hith-
erto unbeaten Detroit Red Wings,
4-1, and moved into undisputed first
place in the standings.
A sell-out crowd of 12,203 watched
the Canadiens score once in the first
period, twice in the second and again
in the third to offset the lone Detroit
It was 'a wide-open game all' the
way, and the Canadiens were lucky
to come out with such a 'margin in a
contest that could have gone either
FootballS core's
Navy 61 Columbia 0
Dartmouth 20 Cornell 0
Yale 27 Princeton 6
Tufts ' 13 Harvard 7
California 13 UCLA 6
March Field 35 Southern Calif. 0
George 46 V.M.I. 7
Duke 49 Virginia 0
PGorere-Flight 32 Clemson 6
George Tech 33 Tulane "0,
Oklahoma 20 Missouri 13
Iowa Pre-FVlight 28'Camp Grat .
Iowa State 20 IUhike0
Texas A.M. 20 Wee 0
Texas 46 Texas Christian 1

was. The Wing-s held at least half
of the territorial play, but Mon-
treal had more finish around the
nets and that spelled victory.
Penalties played a large part in
the scoring, too. Detroit was 'two
men short wuhen Rtay Getliffe scor~ed
the opener on Murph Chamberlain's
pass near- the end of the opeinhg
Frnk Bennett was off for the
Wings when Gerry Hieffernan took
Phil Watson's rebound for" the sec-
ond .goal early in the third. Elmier
Lach made it '3-'0 late in the peiod
'after the 'Wings had' carried the'play
for several minutes without being
able to beat Biill Dur nan.
Watson was serving a holding pen-
alty when Detroit finally ciame
through early in the third, with on~
Grosso taking passes from Carl Lis-
combe and Mud Bruneteau to 'beat
Di~rflan cleanly.
Chamberlain bagged 'the final tally
on Leo 'Lamoureux's, pass-out late
in the period as the Wings faded Ad.~
the Canadiens 'carried the play.
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..Wolverine left-tackle, who was outstanding in the line as
'Michigan triumphed over stubborn Wisconsin. Hanzlik played for
the 'Badgers last year, but was transf erred to Michigan with the
Marine unit stationed at the West Quad.
Tarheels Surp"'rise Favored
.Pennsylvania with 9-6 Up set

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~report on'T'uesday, Nav. 'fi t 13 §0
p,.m.' at Barbour Gymnasium.
Choral Union C(oncert:, .Marian
,Anderson, 'contralto, with Franiz
~Rupp' at the piano~, will'give the sec-
odprogram i, the Chgral Union
'Series Monday, Nov.15, 40 8:36 p..
repbi srquse p. eseated'
*on time since the 'db6rs VMI'ebe sd
i during nmAr. 4A idn
Organ R1~ecital;Pamer 6rsin
~Univers . rgaiitwl le 1ada
ium, when he will 'Pieerta- pogram
of music by Bah Aiidrisen, Widor
Ynd Jon'i.-
This., :is the lrt roghkn i
group of.'tithreeitals by mfbr
bf the Scool= f,Mscfaculty, "Ole
balance of Whicl_ will be psii&
bn Nov. 21 and Dec. 5.

The programs are open to: the pub-
lic .without' chrge.
Events Today
Varsity 1e ,Club: Rehearsal and
tryouts for pow' 'members-Sunday
section-today 'sit ::0 p.m., Room
305, Michigan Unioni.
1n1i'kuiotio center: Sunday 'eve-
ning: program and snac$ hour' start-
ing a.t 7:30 tonlght. Students, faculty,
miembe1rs and 'townspeople are 3-
Gradu i~e Outingr Club meeting in'
club quarters;.- Rackhasli Building
(Huron St.:entrance) .today at '2:10,
p.m. for a hike, or inIdoor ' ganiee" if:
weather is. unfavorable. All graduate;
and Professional students and alumni.
are cordially invited.
Michigan Outing Club will have 'an
organization meeting today at' 3 ;30,
p.m, in the. WAA room of the 'Wo-
men's Athletic 'uilding. Anyone in-
terested is welcome.
Gamma Dlelta, Lutheran Student'x
Club,. will have a supper: meeting to-
day at 5 ! pan .at the Lti ln Sti-
dent Center, '1511 Washltenaw Ave:
Research 01iib "Will 'meet in 'the
Rackham Amphitheatre on Wednes-
day' evening, Nov. 17. at 8 o'clock.
The following papers will be read :
"Trials of, a 20th- Century Scribe" by
Professor E.B. HAm, and "The Sup-
ersonic Reflectoscope, an-Inistrument1
for :Inspecting the Interior of Metals
Parts ley- Means of Souhd Waves" by
Professor EF. A. Firestone.
Le Cerele Francieas will meet Oh)
Thursday, N~ov. '18, at.8:00 p.m.at;
the Mich1iglaLeague:'Program: elec-
tion _of officers, formation of comi-
mittees,. group sitlglnig, and a sh4ort
talk in French. by Professor OhArles
-E.,Koella on "Les. eftets 'de la gulerre,

PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Nov. 13.-
OIp)-A hard-driving, rugged-tackling
North Carolina football team refused
to believe the odds against it today
and defeated a highly-favored Penn
eleven, 9 to 6.
Thirty thousand astonished fans
saw the Tarheels take a 2 to 0 lead in
the final minute of the second period
when a Penn pass was grounded 'in
the 'Quakers' own end zone; fall be-
hind as Joe Kane sprinted 80 yards
from scrimmage in the fourth period,
and then go permanently in front a
little later when Hosea Rodgers cut
right through the middle of the :Penn
line for 34 yards and a touchdown.
For most of 'the first two periods
it seemed that Penn would° explode at
any minute but the fuse 'never was
lighted. Penalties and the staunch'
North Carolina defense always
bobbed up to quell threats. ,
Pushed back to their own nine yard
:line in 'the fading moments of the
second quarter, Penn elected to try
a surprise pass. Joe Michaels eased
back into his end zone to make the
flip, and big Barney Poole, North
Carolina tackle, crashed through and
blocked and all ,but caught the ball.
It fell for a safety.
In the. opening moments of the
final quarter after Penn had taken
the ball on its 20 following a punt
over the -goal, Kane took the ball
from 'the tailback spot, sliced off his
stir l'Europe de demain." All students
'with :one year of college French or
the equivalent are eligible to mem-
bership. All servicemen interested
are welcome.

left tackle, cut back and sprinted 8'()
yards to the goal.
The Tarheels, w;ith a lusty wind at
their backs, came right back, and th'e
breeze gave them a sharp advantage
on an exchange of punts. They
worked the ball from their '41 to the
Penn 34 on running plays, and then
Rodgers found daylight through thej
middle and rambled through un-'
touched to the goal.
Gohers Tame
Iowa, 33-4
(I)-Wayne (Red)! Williams put on
aw one-man football show here today,'
scoring'four ituchdowns and passing
for a fifth in','34 minutes as Minne-
sota trounced Iowa, 33 to 14, for its'
first big- Ten 'win of the season.
The Redhead scored twice In the
first period; iii1Ithe second he shot
an '18-yard pn js to 'Charles Avery
for a six pointe'; and'a few minutes'
later broke thrtotgh tackle :for a;
60-yard touchdown sprint.
After the intermission, WVtilliams'
took a lateral t6 circle end for .nine
yards and his fourth touchdown.
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