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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

OHIOSTATE . . 16 PURDUE .... 28 NAVY .... .
WILDCATS . . . 14 PITT . . . . . . . 0 NOTRE DAME
Bucks Edge Wildcats,
Ohio State Rallies With Cadets' Star
Last Period Field Goal Relax as M
By The Associated Press --_ _ __ Crush Villai

. . 6 ARMY . ...
. . 6~ VILLANOVA

54 COLUMBIA
0 CORNELL .

. 341 WISCONSIN . . 27 GREATLAKES
.0 . . 6IOWA .i. .* .0.0.7 ILLINOIS . . .

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RACE NEARS STRETCH:
...ElsewbereinConference

Irish, Middies Deadlock
To Remain Undefeated

COLUMBUS, G., Nov. 3-Rocked
back on their heels by two North-
western touchdowns in the first 101
minutes, Ohio State's Bucks exploded
for 10 points in the last seven min-
utes to squeeze out a 16 to 14 victory
over Northwestern today to the fren-
zied screams of 74,079 fans.
It was "automatic- Max Schnitt-
ker who clinched the verdict, booting
a perfect field goal from the 15-yard
line with only a minute and 28 sec-
onds to go and with his team trailing,
14-13.
TOP SCORES
Rochester 19, New York University
3.
Temple 20, Lafayette 0.
Penn State 26, Syracuse 0.
Yale 6, Dartmouth 0.
Pennsylvania 28, Princeton 0.
Connecticut 33, Amherst 0.
Rutgers 25, Lehigh 0.
Brooklyn 24, C.C.N.Y. 0.
Indiana 46, Cornell College 6.
Marquette 32, Detroit 14.
Michigan State 14, Missouri 7.
Iowa State 40, Kansas State 13.
Nebraska 27, Kansas 13.
Duke 14, Georgia Tech 6.
Georgia 34, Chattanooga 7.
Auburn 19, Florida 0.
Tulane 14, Mississippi State 13.
V.M.I. 27, Vanderbilt 13.
William & Mary 33, Maryland 14.
Virginia 13, West Virginia 7.
North Carolina State 6, V.P.I. 0.
Tennessee 20, North Carolina 6.
Alabarna 60, Kentucky 19.
Texas A. & M. 34, Ankansas 0.
Rice 13, Texas Tech 0.
Texas Christian 13, Oklahoma 7.
Texas 12, Southern Methodist 7.
KEEP A-HEAD
OF YOUR HAIR
Our personnel is ready to
serve you with the latest hair
styles and tonsorial services.
You are welcomed. Head-
quarters for the B.M.O.C.
THE DASCOLA BARBERS
Between Michigan & State Theaters

The Bucks had battered their way
from midfield to the Wildcat 15 only
to be stopped there. It was fourth
down and 12 yards to go for a first
down when Schnittker galloped out
cn the field, took careful aim from a
difficult angle and drove the ball
high over the cross bar.
Fumbles Inopportune
And then with 18 seconds to go
the Bucks were within a whisker of
another score when Harold Daugh-
erty intercepted a last ditch North-
western pass on his 35 and ran to the
Wildcat 20 before he was brought
down.
Eight fumbles on which they lost
the ball six times came within an
ace of costing Ohio State the ball
game. It was a fumble which set up
Northwestern's first touchdown and
it was a bad punt which led to the
other.
Sarringhaus- Cline
Time after time the Bucks were
thwarted by fumbles and they even
blew a scoring chance in the last five
minutes with one of those miscues.
Trailing, 14 to 6 going into the last
period, Ohio blew one chance on a
fumble and then blasted its way 55
yards to touchdown territory with
Paul Sarringhaus and Ollie Cline car-
rying the mail. From the 10-yard line
it took Cline four plays to batter
through the stubborn Wildcat line.
Ruel To Assist
Czar Chandler
CHICAGO, Nov. 3-(P)-Herold D.
"Muddy" Ruel, a catcher and coach
in the Major Leagues for 30 years, to-
day was appointed special assistant
to former Senator A. B. (Happy)
Chandler, new commissioner of base-
ball.
Ruel, who served the Chicago White
Sox for 12 years as first assistant to
Manager Jimmy Dykes, and coach of
pitchers, will assume his new duties
December 15th when Chandler estab-
lishes his headquarters in Cincinnati,
Ohio..
Ruel will be 50 years old next Feb-
ruary. He will succeed Leslie M.'
O'Connor, for 24 years first assistant'
to the late Kenesaw Mountain Lan-
dis, O'Connor will become vice pres-
ident and general manager of the
White Sox, also on December 15th.

Domesticated 'Kitties'
Get One First Down
By The Associated Press
WEST POINT, N. Y., Nov. 3-Army
warmed up for Notre Dame today by
making the domesticated Villanova
Wildcats jump through the hoops of
a lopsided 54-0 score to the delight of
12,000 fans, including Secretary of
War Robert Patterson and Margaret
Truman.
Using the regular lineup for only
one period, the Cadets poured over
four touchdowns in the first quarter,
added another pair in the second and
one each in the third and fourth by
the second and third stringers. '
Andy Gustafson, backfield squad
coach who was in charge while Head
Coach Earl Blaik and most of his
staff scouted the Irish and Middies in
Cleveland, let Doc Blanchard play
only 11 minutes but he scored twice.
Glenn Davis was around for 15 min-
utes, long enough to add two touch-
downs to his record.

Hoosier Subs Get Chance
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. Nov. 3-(01)
--Indiana University's football pow-
erhouse rolled up a 46 to 6 score
against a light but fighting team from
Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, Iowa,
today.
Four thousand fans saw the Hoo-
siers score their sixth victory. It was
Cornell's second defeat in six games.
The Hoosier regulars started the
game and after sending Pete Pihos

Wisconsin, with Don Kindt pac-
ing the attack, spurted into a 14-0
lead in the second quarter, Kindt get-
ting both touchdowns from the two
yard line. Coach Harry Stuhldreher
promptly sent in a flock of Badger,
substitutes on whom the Hawks im-
mediately pounced for their only
touchdown and threatened another.
Motley and Co. Down Illini

and George Taliaferro over for scores CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Nov. 3--(P)-A
in the first period gave way to sub- bruising, hard-hitting Great Lakes
stitutes. Naval Training Center football team,
*.. * * spearheaded by 210-pound Marion
.. Motley, ripped the University of Illi-
Wisconsin Finally Wins nois defense to pieces for one quarter
IOWA CITY, Ia., Nov. 3--(P)-Wis- today and then stopped all but one
consin's Badgers, on the prowl all fall scoring thrust by the Illini as they
for Western Conference football prey, won their third straight game, 12-6.
finally snared a victim today. Illinois hardly appeared in the
The Badgers, defeated by Ohio game as Motley, giant Negro star at,
State and Purdue and tied by Illi- the University of Nevada before he
nois, didn't have too much trouble as entered the Navy, and Frank Asch-
they romped to a 27-7 victory over enbrenner, former Marquette gridder,
the clawless Iowa Hawks, who went ripped through big holes the Great
down to their fifth straight defeat Lakes forwards tore in the Illinois

By The Associated Press
CLEVELAND, Nov. 3-For the sec-
ond time in as many Saturdays,
Navy's big but inept team came back
from the shadow of defeat today to
gain a 6-6 tie with Notre Dame on a
60-yard pass interception in the final
period and remain shakily in the
ranks of the undefeated.
The game ended on a high note of
confusion, after the Irish in two
plunges from the one-yard line had
failed to score what would have been
the winning touchdown. The great
crowd of 82,000 did not know for sev-
eral minutes after the contest eded
whether it was a tie score or a Notre
Dame victory. They didn't know
until the Irish players, their shoul-
ders dropping, quit arguing with the
referee and started walking slowly
from the field.
The final period was a thriller.

before a major foe.

DAILY

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line in the first quarter. With the Irish holding subbornly to a
6-0 lead gained on a seven-yard
plunge by their stocky fullback
Frank Ruggerio, in the opening quar-
ter, time appeared to be running out
on the Middies.
U LLET IN Then, with seven minutes left,
Frank Dancewicz tried a pass to Bob
Skoglund, Rambler end. Skoglund
just touched the ball and koncked it
squarely into the arms of Clyde Scott,
The Congregational-Disciples Guild Navy halfback from Smackover Ark
will meet at 5:00 p. m. in the As--- -
sembly Room of the First Congrega-
tional Church, State and William for
a Cost Supper, a program specially
planned for new and returned stu-
dents and a closing Worship Service
led by Yoshizp Machida.

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Nov. 6, History 49 will meet regularly
in 1025 A. H.
History 11: Lecture Group II Sec-
tion 11a which meets on Monday and
Friday at 1:00 was to have met in
Room 102 Economics Bldg. and is
changed to Room 1121 Natural Sci-
ence Bldg.
History 49: Section 5 which meets
on Friday at 10:00 was to have met
in 103 Economics Bldg. and is chang-
ed to 2054 Natural Science Bldg.
History 49: Section 6 will meet on
Monday at 10:00 in Room 1025 An-
gell Hall:
History 49: Section 7 will meet on
Tuesday at 11:00 in Room 35 Angell
Hall.
History 49: Lecture will meet on
Tuesday and Thursday at 10:00 in
1025 Angell Hall instead of in Room
B Haven Hall.
Political Science 181 will meet in
room 3231 Angell Hall on Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at 10 o'clock.
Political Science 251: Students reg-
istered should call at room 2031 An-
gell Hall on Monday, Nov. 5 or Tues-
day, Nov. 6.
Psychology 31: Lecture Group A-
TuTh-1 Natural Science Auditorium
-Dr. Marquis.
Sec. 1 M- 9-1121 Natural Science.
Sec. 2 M-10-1121 Natural Science.
Sec. 3 F-10-1121 Natural Science.
Sec. 4 F-11-1121 Natural Science.
Lecture Group B-W-1 Natural
Science Auditorium-Dr. Maier.
Sec. 1 TuTh-8 3126 Natural Science.
Sec. 2 TuTh-9 3126 Natural Science.
Sec. 3 TuTh-10 3126 Natural Science.
Sec. 4 M F-9 3126 Natural Science.
Sec. 5 W S-10 3126 Natural Science.
Sec. 6 W F-9 1121 Natural Science.
(Changed from M W-9)
Sec. 7 M W 10 2054 Natural Science.
Sec. 8 TuTh-9 1121 Natural Science.
Sec. 9 TuTh-10 3056 Natural Science.
Sec. 10 TuTh-11 ................
.3126 Natural Science.
Sec. 11 M F1 1121 Natural Science.
Lecture Group C-M F-1 Natural
Science Auditorium-Dr. Thornton.

day, Nov. 5, at 4:10 p. m. at the
Speech Clinic, 1007 East Huron Street.
To all male students in the College
of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
By action of the Board of Regents,
all male students in residence in this
College must elect Physical Educa-
tion for Men.
Veterans are permanently excused
from fulfilling the P.E.M. require-
ment, provided they have completed
their basic training or have served
at least six months in one of the
branches of the armed forces.
Students may be excused from tak-
ing the course by (1) The University
Health Service, (2) The Dean of the
College or by his representative, (3)
The Director of Physical Education
and Athletics.
Petitions for exemption by students
in this College should be addressed by
freshmen and sophomores to Profes-
sor Arthur Van Duren, Chairman of
the Academic Counselors (108 Mason
Hall); by all other students to Asso-
ciate Dean E. A. Walter (1220 Angell
Hall.)
Except under very extraordinary
circumstances no petitions will be
considered after the end of the sec-
ond week of the Fall Term.
g Exhibitions
Michigan Historical Collections, 160
Rackham Building. Freshman days,
1843-1945.
Rackham Building, exhibition
rooms. Materials from the University
War Collection, Nov. 2-5.
Events Today
Varsity Men's Glee Club smoker and
sing at the club rooms, third floor
Michigan Union today at 4:30 p. m.
All men on campus invited.
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Coming Events
The Women's Research Club will
meet on Monday, Nov. 5, at 8:00 p.m.
in the West Lecture Room of the
Rackham Building. Dr. Hallie Isabel
Morgan will talk on "The Labora-
tory in the Field-Oak Ridge, Ten-
nessee."
Science Research Club: The Nov-
ember Meeting of the Science Re-
search Club will be held on Tues-
day, Nov. 6, in the Amphitheatre of
the Horace H. Rackham School of
Graduate Studies at 7:30 p. m. Pro-
gram: War Projects in the Naval
Tank. Louis A. Baier, Dept. of Naval
Architecture and Marine Engineer-
ing. The V. T. Fuse. H. Richard
Crane, Dept. of Physics.
Inter Racial Association organiza-
tional meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Union. Everybody welcome.

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