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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1945.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WILDCATS ... 7 PENN STATE.

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Iowa

Upsets

Minnesota

Buckeyes- Score Three
Times in Final Period

By The As
COLUMBUS,

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SCOAE

State's power burst in the face of Il-
linois' football team in the fourth per-'
iod today and the Bucks smashed
their way to an impressive 27 to 2
victory over the Illini to stay right be-
hind Indiana in the race for the
Western Conference championship.
The Bucks scored the first time
they had the ball and then nursed a
slim lead until the final period when
superior manpower again paid off
and they hammered across the goal
line three times.
It was the seventh victory in eight
starts for Ohio and the 11th straight
triumph over the Illini who haven't
beaten Ohio since 1934. The Illini
staved off every Ohio threat until the
final period.
Illinois made only two serious scor-
ing threats. The second Illini threat
was shortly after the start of the
third period. From his own 43 Stas-
ica heaved a pass to Raciszek which
was good for 47 yards to the Buck 10.
Four plays gained a net of only six
yards, however, and Ohio took the
ball on downs, only to yield a safety
to the Illini.
Lineups:
ILLINOIS OHIO STATE
Valek LE Crane
Kolens L T Thomas
Lunn >L G McGinnis
Wenskunas C Lininger
Binamin RT Aming
Serpico RT Dixon
Ciszek RE Watson
Butkovich Q B Priday
Pierce L H Daugherty
Zaborac R H Fisher
Saban FB Cline

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EAST
Colgate 7 Syracuse 6
Cornell 20 Dartmouth 13
Yale 41 Coast Guard 6j
Temple 14 Holy Cross 6
Columbia 32 Prineton 7
Harvard 14 Brown 7
SOUTH
Georgia 35 Auburn 0
Florida 41 Presbyterian 0
Virginia Tech' 44 Richmond 6
Wake Forest 14 North Carolina 13
Virginia 40 Oceana Naval 0
Louisiana State 9 Georgia Tech 7
William & Mary 25 Kingum Point 7
MIDWEST
Marquette 19 Kentucky 13
Missouri 14 Oklahoma 6
Great Laltes 47 Fort Warren 14
Iowa 'State 8 Drake 6
Kansas 27 Kansas State 0
NeJraska 53 South Dakota 0
Tulsa 26 Baylor 7
Oklahoma A&M 46 Texas Tech 6
Ohio U 14 West Virginia 0
SOUTH
Miss. State 54 Northwest Louisiana 0
Clemson 47 Tulane 20
Alabama 71 Vanderbilt 0
SOUTHWEST
Southern Methodist 21 Arkansas 0
Texas 20 Texas Christian 0
-Rice 6 Texas A&M 0
FARWEST
Oregon 20 California 13
Washington 12 Idaho 0
Washington State 13 Oregon State 0
UCLA 13 St. Mary's 7
theran Parish Hall, 309 E. Washing-
ton St. Mr. John Anderson, Presi-
dent, and Miss Jean Gringle, Vice-
President will explain the meaning
and purpose of LSA.
Zion Lutheran Church will hold
morning worship service at 10:30,
and Trinity Lutheran Church also at
10:30.
University Lutheran Chapel:
Service Sunday at 11:00, with ser-
mon by the Rev. R. Hahn of Chi-
cago, Exec. Sec'y. of the Student
Service Commission of the Luther-
an Church, (Missouri Synod).
Unity:
Sunday service at Michigan League

Hoosiers Still awkeyes Dump
Unbeaten; Ihp For First Big Ten
By The Associated Press
P itsbi r" IOWA CITY, Ia., Nov. 17-(P)-
Downtrodden Iowa, kicked about the
PITTSBURGH, Nov. 17 -('W)- eo
The combination of the Pitt Pan- Western Conference without a foot-
thers and the weather man couldn't ball victory since 1942, shocked Mm-
stop Indiana's Hoosiers today and nesota's once Golden Gophers, to-
they rolled to a 19 to0 victory over day.
the outclassed Pitt team in the deep Not since Iowa crushed Wiscon-
d of the Panthers' big football sin's title hopes, 6 to 0, Nov. 7, 1942,
It' was the seventh straight victory had the Hawks won a Conference
and the eighth of a season marred I contest. Only a tie with Indiana in
only by an early season tie with 1943 had rewarded their efforts
Ncrthwestern for the Western Con- throughout 18 games.
ference leaders. Pitt, absorbing its But the sting of many defeats.
sixth straight defeat, its fourth shut-
out adis1t osctv ost was wiped out as the battling Hawks.
and its 17th consecutive loss to came from behind to hand Minne-
Big Ten foes, never was able to give sota its fourth straight Conference
the Hoosiers a tussle. loss
A crowd of about 10,000 umbrella-lHawks Mo uickl
guarded spectators watched the ove Qu ly
game in a pouring rain that didn't Iowa, trailing 13 to 19 late in the
end until the second half. fourth period, struck quickly when"
Pete Pihos, a pile-driving full- Jerry Niles, the 26-year-old war vet- ;
back, and George Taliaferro, speedy eran, and Nelson Smith combined
)snman from Gary, Ind., were In- their talents for a 51-yard touch-
diana's most effective ground gain- down. play, the latter galloping 40
ers, with Taliaferro cutting loose a yards after taking a pass. Niles
couple of good passes when they kicked the extra point for the Iowa
counted. lead.
In all, Indiana made 17 first It was Iowa's first victory over
downs and a total of 235 yards as Minnesota since 1939 when the late
compared to Pitt's net of 105 yards Nile Kinnick led the Hawks to a 13
on offensive plays. to 9 triumph.
NoTr a ne Sp ills ildcats, 34-7
EVANSTON, Ill., Nov. 17-(/p)-
Notre Dame, overwhelmed by thesrap Widtsnth frttw

Gophers, 20-19,
Win Since 42
Cadet Runners
Winy Harrier Title
NEW YORK, Nov. 17 -- (P) --
John Hanley, who did a tour of
duty with the Navy before enter-
ing Dartmouth as a V-12 student,
took the 37th annual Intercolle-
giate A.A.A.A. cross-country title
in stride today, finishing about 150
yards in front of Frank Tucker of
Army.
The Cadets clinched the team
championship with 35 points, de-
throning Navy as Richard Hall,
the Middies' defending champ, fin-
ished 13th in a field of 81 start-
ers.
Walter Mack of Michigan State
finished 16th. His time was 29:48.

Red Wings NipLeafs
TORONTO, Nov. 17 -(/P)-- The Adam Brown featured the De-
Detroit Redwings defeated the Tor- troit attack. He tallied twice. Other
onto Maple Leafs, 6 to 5, tonight goals were scored by Mud Brune-
before 14,016 fans to take over sole teau, Gerry Couture, Joe Carveth
possession of second place in the and Flash Hollett.
National Hockey League despite a There was no scoring in the f rst
sensatoinal four-goal scoring per- period and Toronto notched the first
formance by Toronto's Gaye Stew- goal in the second before Detroit
art. ran in three. The Leafs moved wih-
Stewart, the league's rookie of in a goal of tying the count in ,he
the yearin the 1942-43 season be- third period when Bill Ezencki
fore he enlisted in the Royal Cana- drew a tripping penalty and Car-
dian Navy, brought his current goal veth and Hollett promptly slapped
total to 10 tonight. He scored one home unassisted tallies.
goal unassisted. The Toronto cause seemed hope-
The Toronto team was shaken up less until Stewart whipped in his
by Coach Hap Day in an effort to fourth goal at the 17:18 mark and
find a winning combination. Vet- Syl Apps tallied unassisted with a
erans Bob Davidson, Lorne Carr and minute and 20 seconds to go. Tor-
Wally Stanowski were benched. For- onto attacked furiously in the final
ward Jack Hamilton and defense- minute, replacing Goalie Gordon
man Ernie Dickens, recalled from Bell with a forward, but they were
the American Hockey League, were unable to beat Harry Lumley in the
in the lineup. Detroit nets.

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DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4)
11:00 a. m. Service of Worship.
Captain Arthur Graham, returned
Unitarian Chaplain, will preach on:
The Liberal Faith in To-day's World.
7:30 p. m. Unitarians Student
Group, at Lane Hall, Snack supper.
Discussion on What is the F.E.P.C.
led by Trudy Pless and Lex Thiele.
The Lutheran Student Association
will meet Sunday at 5:00 in Zion Lu-

Army, 48-0, a week ago, bounced
back into the victory column today
by smothering Northwestern 34-7,
before a standing room crowd of
49,500-largest at Dyche Stadium
since the late Knute Rockne fielded
his last championship Irish team in
1930.
Notre Dame was outplayed by the
Chapel at 11 o'clock. Mrs. Eve Edeen
of Detroit will be the guest speaker.'
Subject: "The Perfect Way."
Class, "The Great Physician," at
the Unity Reading Rooms, 310 So.
State St. Tuesday afternoon, 2 p. m.
led by Mrs. Ross Bittinger.
Reading rooms open daily 11 to 2
p. m. except Thursday.
Grace Bible Fellowship:
Masonic Temple, 327 South Fourth
Ave.
Harold J. DeVries, Pastor.
10:00 a. m. University Bible Class.
11:00 a. m. "Peace-What it can
Mean."
12:45 p. m. "The Bible Hour" over
WPAG.
7:30 p. m. "Don't fool yourselves."

four Norhtwestern touchdown bids.
Thereafter, the Wildcats' offensive
fizzled, but they managed to avert a
shutout with a 77-yard touchdown
drive late in the final period.
The Irish scored in each of the
four periods, crossing thegoal line
twice in the fourth on aggressive
heads up play.
Irish Defense Holds
Although the Wildcats controlled
the ball most of the first half, they
were stopped on the Notre Dame
five-inch line and the six yard line.

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