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T'H" 2MICHIGAN DAILV sUNDAY, NOV. 1 ; 144

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CLAUDE (BUDDY) YOUNG-Speedy Illinois halfback, whose attempt
to shatter Red Grange's Illini touchdown mark was stymied by the
Michigan football team. Young, who needs three touchdowns to tie
Grange's mark of 13 in a single season, was held scoreless by the
Wolverines as Illinois was defeated 14-0.
A LOT AT STAKE*
Eagdes, Packers Risk Leages
Lead Against Dangerous Foes

Army Remains
Nation's Top
Grid Eleven
Ohio State Routs
Pitt, 54-19; Navy
Defeats Cornell
By TED MEIER
Associated Press Correspondent
NEW YORK, Nov. 11.-Any linger-
ing doubts that Army doesn't have a
great football team this year went
out the window today as the West
Point Cadets plastered Notre Dame
with the worst defeat in N.D. history,
an ignominious 59-0 walloping be-
fcre 74,437 at the Yankee stadium.
Capitalizing on a "fifth down"
opportunity to score their first
touchdown, the Cadets quickly de-
moralized the Irish by converting
two intercepted passes to take a 20-0
first period lead, then ran riot the
rest of the game behind superb per-
formances by Glenn Davis, Doug
Kenna, Doe Blanchard, Dale Hall,
Max Minor and a flock of other
speedy backs.
At the half Army, touchdown
starved against the Irish, since 1938,
led by 33-0, bettering the 32-13 score
Navy hung on the Southbenders a
week ago.
Michigan Wins
While the Army was increasing its
prestige as the number one team in
the country, Michigan tumbled Illi-
nois, 14 to 0, in the second day of the
game before 42,200 at Ann Arbor.
In chalking up their fifth straight
win the Wolverines shackled Buddy
Young, Illinois' fast back, and stuck
to straight, old-fashioned football to
score their two touchdowns in the
first and last periods. Neither team
completed a pass.
Pennsylvania, battered on succes-
sive weeks by Navy and Michigan,
warmed up for next week's meeting
with Army by smearing Columbia,
35-7, before 40,000 at Franklin Field
in Philadelphia.
OSU Beats Pitt
Ohio State and Navy, ranked see-
ond and third in last week's Asso-
ciated Press poll, overpowered claw-
less Pitt and Cornell as expected.
The Buckeyes piled up a 54-19 score
on Pitt while Navy, led again by Bob
Jenkins and Clyde Scott, licked the
Big Red, 48-0.
. Duke, upset victor over Georgia
Tech last week, shattered the bowl
dreams of Wake Forest by trouncing
the previously unbeaten and untied
Deacons, 34 to 0.
Unbeaten and untied Mississippi
State, sparked by Shorty McWilliams
who scored three touchdowns, out-
lasted Auburn, 26 to 21. Georgia
Tech regained a winning streak by
whipping Tulane, 34 - 7; Georgia
socked Florida, 38-12; Alabama wal-
loped Mississippi, 34-6 and North
Carolina Pre-Flight whipped the
Georgia Navy, 28-7, in other south-
ern tilts.
In two upsets Arkansas knocked

DETROIT, Nov. 11.-(1)-For the
first time this season the Detroit
Lions have an excellent opportunity
tomorrow to mark up their second
straight National Football League
triumph in a meeting here with a
Cardinal - Pittsburgh combination
they whipped, 27 to 6, last Sunday.
A Lion triumph, coupled with a
Green Bay victory over Cleveland,
would hoist Detroit ahead of the
Rams into third place in western I
division standings and acord an
opportunity for the Lions to even-
tually overhaul the second place
Chicago Bears. 6
A crowd of 30,000 fans was in
prospect for the game. The kickoff
was set for 2:30 p.m. (EWT) at
Briggs Stadium.
As last week in Pittsburgh, the
Lions expected to use a passing
attack to advantage against the
Card-Pitt eleven, with Frank Sink-
wich and Bob Westfall doing most of
the throwing. Last Sunday the Lions
completed 11 of 22 tosses for 194
yards and three touchdowns. All
from a short punt formation erhploy-

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CHICAGO, NOV. 11 - (1P) - The they get past the Giants. The fol-
Philadelphia Eagles, co-leaders in the lowing week, the Eagles collide with
Eastern division, and the pace-set-
ting Green Bay Packers of the West- the champion Bears.
ern section definitely are on the spot A rousing duel between Bill Pas-
in tomorrow's National Football chal, New York's league-leading
League skirmishing. ground gainer, and Steve Van Buren,
The Eagles, swooping toward their the Eagles' sensational rookie, may
first league title, must hurdle the develop at Philadelphia as the iGants
formidable New York Giants at Phil- battle to stave off a double setback
adelphia to keep in front beside the by the Eagles and keep alive their
Washington Redskins who apparent- own title chances.
ly will waltz to their fifth victory While the Giants were reported at
against the toothless Tigers at full strength, the Eagles expected
Prooklyn. limited service from center Vic Lind-
The Packers boast a 6-1 record but skog, guard Enio Conti and half-
their 21-0 shutout by the Chicago back Jack Banta, all hampered by
Bears last Sunday following a not- injuries.
too-impressive 14-0 wip over the De- Hoping to regain their early season
troit Lions presages a crack-up that form, the Packers will unveil their
may reach full bloom at Cleveland prize rookie, Roy McKay, former
against the slam-bang Rams. Texas star, against the sturdy Rams
In other league scraps, the lowly who put up a terrific battle before
Boston' Yanks visit Chicag~o for the bowing to Green Bay 30-21 in their
home finale of the revived Bears, first meeting three weeks ago. Al-
who still have a mathematical though they lost to Washington 14-0
chance to heading off the Pack- last Sunday, the Rams amassed 320
ers, and the Card-Pitts invade De- yards by rushing.
troit to meet the Lions for the sec- A Packer defeat would enable the
ond straight Sunday. Bears, who should man-handle the
Thetangle with the Giants, who Yanks, to pull within two victories
were edged by the Eagles 24-17 foroftewsrnlar.ThLis
thei ony dfea infiv gaesof the western leaders. The Lions
their only defeat in five games, should have little trouble repeating
launches a rugged two-week sortie their Pittsburgh trouncing of the
for coach Earle (Greasy) Neale's Card-Pitts, while Frank Filchock can
Philadelphians. The Eagles meet fatten his passing average as the
Washington a week from tomorrow Redskins take on winless Brooklyn.
in a game that probably will deter- -_dskns __ke _ _ssrk .
mine the eastern championship ifM
Ragr Uet
Former Lacrosse Wings,
Player Killed Red 5-2
BALTIMORE, Nov. 1.-(P)-Lt.- or First W in
Col. John I. Turnbull, Gvho captained
the United States lacrosse team in NEW YORK, N. Y., NOV. 11-4)-
the 1932 Olympics and was a member The New York Rangers looked like a
of this country's hockey team in the real big-league hockey team for the
Olympics of 1936 at Berlin, has been first time in nearly a year tonight as
killed in action, the War Department they broke a long losing streak to-
informed his mother today. night by whipping the Detroit Red
A member of the Army air forces, Wings, 5 to 2, before 14,741 fans.
Colonel Turnbull held the Distin- It was not only the first Ranger vic-
guished Flying Cross and the Air tory in five games of the current Na-
Medal with two oak leaf clusters. tional Hockey League season but
Previously listed as missing in their first since last January 22.
action, the War Department tele-
gram to his mother, Mrs. Douglas During that long stretch at the end
Turnbull of Baltimore, said he was of last season and the beginning of
killed in a flight over Germany on the new campaign, the Rangers had
Oct. 12. lost 20 games and tied only three.
--They turned over a new leaf to-
T.C.U. Beats Texas Tech night, however, and had the edge
over the highly-rated Red Wings
FORT WORTH, TEX., NOV. 11- from start to finish in a fast, rug-
('P)-The Texas Christian horned ged game marked by one serious in-
frogs, underdogs before the initial jury and a couple of lesser ones.
kick-off, played a fighting brand of Rookie Walter Atanas scored a
football to uphold Southwest confer- goal less than two minutes after the
ence prestige and defeat the Texas game started and added another solo
Tech Red Raiders from Lubbock, 14 counter just before the finish to take
to 0, in an Armistice Day grid tilt. scoring honors.
Make sure your ore ready
to chirp out your
CHRISTMAS
GREETINGS
where they have the
finest display.

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Rice out of the Southwest Confer-
ence lead, 12-7, and Kansas State
surprised Kansas, 18-14. In other
games in the southwest the Okla-
homa Aggies tripped Texas, 13-8, on
two last period touchdown passes by
Bob Fenimore, and Texas Christian
defeated Texas Tech, 14-0.
Great Lakes Wins
Bainbridge (Md.) Naval continued
undefeated by walloping the Cherry
Point Marines, 50-7. The Iowa Sea-
hawks handed the Bunker Hill Navy
its first defeat, 33-7, while Great
Lakes had to come from behind to
beat the Third Air Force (Morris
Field, N.C.) 12 to 10 on two last
period touchdowns.
Missouri surprised by holding Ok-
lahoma to a 21-21 tie in a Big Six
encounter and Tulsa, after two
straight defeats, buried Southwest-
ern, of Texas, under a 51-6 score.
UCLA defeated California, 7 to 0,
on the Pacific Coast while the Fourth
Air Force (March Field) defeated
Washington, 28-0.

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