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SUNDAY, NOVE1WBER 3, 1946

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

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Army,

Notre

Dame

Roll

On As

Penn,

Northwestern Fall
ay Buckeyes Upset 'Cats

Cadets Sharpen Claws
On Tough Mountaineers

Old Man Upset Has A Field D

By The Associated Press*
WEST POINT, N. Y., Nov. 2 - (P)
-The Army football team made it
No. 25 today. Not a dazzling, scin-
tillating 25th straight victory, but
the 19 to 0 triumph over West Vir-
ginia was convincing enough and the
opposition was spirited enough to
keep the capacity crowd of 25,500 in
Michie Stadium thoroughly inter-
ested, and just the thing to sharpen
the Cadets for their classic with No-
tre Dame next week.
It was the final home appearance
of Glenn Davis and Doc Blanchard,
famed Touchdown Twins, and seven
other Army starters, and, as might
be expected with the thoughts turned
ahead a week, it was far from the
best performance.
Blanchard scored one touchdown
on a 46-yard dash through left tac-
kle in the second period, and Davis
contributed one by taking a seven
yard toss from Tucker in a corner of
the end zone in the third. Otherwise
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their often brilliant offensive ma-
neuvers failed to pay off, with Blan-
chard guilty of inopportune fum-
bles on occasion. Hank Foldberg
scored the first touchdown in the first
period, taking an eight yard pass
from Tucker in the end zone.
Army apparently started under the
theory that it would try to win with-
out Blanchard or Davis. They were
in the lineup, but the ball carrying
chores were left to Ug Fuson the
first time the Cadets got the ball.
That didn't work. Army quickly
found the MVountaineers apparently
had never heard of the might of Earl
Blaik's Black Knights. They asked
no quarter and gave none. And the
next time the Cadets got the ball
they put Blanchard and Davis to
work.
The rousing West Virginia offense
permitted the Mountaineers to keep
possession of the ball much of the
first period and kept the Army of-
fense at a waiting stage.
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By The Associated Press
NEW YORK, Nov. 2-Army and
Notre Dame clattered by a pair of
valiant college football foes today
and thus each enters the epic
struggle in New York's Yankee
Stadium next Saturday with an un-
blemished record.
Army's Cadets, thirteen of them
appearing in their final home game,
downed West Virginia, 19 to 0, pri-
marily on the passing brilliance of
Arnold Tucker. Notre Dame, playing
before 65,000 paying customers and
a horde of Army scouts at Baltimore
Irish Ease by
Middies, 28-0
Notre Dame Defeats
Navy Under Wraps
BALTIMORE, Nov. 2-(AP)-Prac-
tically surrounded by Army's football
"spies," the Irish of Notre Dame only
opened one corner of their bag of
tricks today, but that was more than
enough to scuttle the Navy 28 to 0
for the -most lop-sided win in the
20-game history of this series.
With their National Championship
collision with the Cadets only a week
away-and the Cadet boss,# Coach
Red Blaik, among the 65,000 who
jammed the sunken Baltimore Sta-
dium horsehoe-the Irish played it
straight with a minimum of special
stuff and a maximum of substitutions
to roll to the fifth straight win of
their unbeaten campaign.
And, actually, they didn't have to
make any magic at all to maul this
set of Midshipmen all over the prem-
ises and hang the fifth setback in a
row on the Navy for this fall.
They scooted to three touchdowns
in the first half-two of them as a
result of Navy bobbles-and then pa-
raded 56 yards to the final tally in
the last two minutes of the game as
Coach Frank Leahy took the wraps
off Ernie Zalejski, recently discharged
veteran who is supposed to be the
"breakaway" runner the South Ben-
ders have been looking for.

won from Navy, 28 to 0, without di-
vulging a single secret.
While these two games went
according to pre-game calcula-
tions, Pennsylvania and Harvard
were spilled from the ranks of all-
winning teams in a pair of as-
tounding upsets.
Pennsylvania, regarded as only
surpassed by Army in the East, was
dumped by a rebellious Princeton
outfit, 17 to 14, when Ken Keuffel
booted a 30-yard field goal that
stunned both Penn and the 72,000
spectators. Harvard was the 13 too
victim of Rutgers, a team that pre-
viously had bowed to both Prince-
ton and Columbia.
Northwestern was toppled from
the Big Nine top by Ohio State, 39
to 29, and Tennessee mastered North
Carolina, 20 to 14. It was the first
defeat of the year for the Wildcats.
That quartet of defeats left on-
ly Army, Notre Dame, UCLA and
Georgia among the major unbeat-
en powers. The west coast eleven
triumphed last night, 49 to 20,
over St. Mary's but the Georgia
Bulldogs pounced on Alabama to-
day, 14 to 0, in a battle which saw
Charlie Trippi outshine Harry Gil-
mer of the Tide in a personal show.
Another previously unbeaten, but
tied power to be unseated was Ore-
gon. The West Coasters succumbed
to the revived Trojans of Southern
California, 43 to 0.
The decimation of the unbeaten
lists, however, didn't provide the
day's only surprises.
Columbia's famed last-half ral-
ly failed to materialize and the
Blue Lions were blanked by Cor-
nell, 12 to 0. Syracuse marched to
a 28 to 7 victory over Temple;
Stanford was held to a scoreless
deadlock by Oregon State; Georgia
Tech shut out Duke, 14 to 0; Ar-
kansas sneaked past Texas A &
M, 7 to 0, and Richmond stopped
Virginia 19 to 7 in other games
that went slightly awry from ex-
pectations.
Illinois cashed in on a fourth-
period march to eke out a 7-to-0
verdict over Iowa that lifted the
Illini to the Big Nine leadership va-
cated by Northwestern. In other
loop frays Miinnesota again was held

scoreless, this time by Michigan, 21
to 0, and a late rally brought Wis-
consin a 23 to 20 triumph over Pur-
due. Indiana stepped outside the
circuit to smash Pittsburgh, 20 to 6.
Kansas created one of the major
Midwest surprises by upsetting Ok-
lahoma A & M, 14 to 13, with Ray
Evans outshining the famed Bob
Fenimore. Missouri bustled to the
front of the Big Six class with a 21
to 20 triumph over Nebraska, the
Huskers collecting all their points
after the Tigers had rolled to three
touchdowns. -Iowa State mastered
Kansas State, 13 to 7.
An alert and speedy Mississippi
University eleven forced the power-
ful Louisiana State Tigers to go the
limit to win 34 to 21.
California's Bears, an in-and-out
football team this season, had one
of its better days to run up a sur-
prising 47 to 14 victory over the
Washington State Coigars.
Illini Subdue
Hawkeyes, 7-0
Iowa City, Ia., Nov. 2-(AP)-Illi-
nois, cruising 68 yards for its only
touchdown, toppled Iowa 7 to 0 to-
day to shoot into first place in the
Big Nine football championship race.
It was Illinois' fourth conference
win in five starts and let the Illini
ramble into the league lead as a re-
sult of Northwestern's defeat by Ohio
State.
The Illini, outplayed in the first
half by an Iowa team thatefailed
utterly to capitalize on its oppor-
tunities, bounced back to dominate
the contest throughout the final two
periods.
Big Nine
Standings

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Ohio State's bullet-like backs slashed
Northwestern's line to shreds today
as the Buckeyes, scoring in every
quarter, toppled the Wildcats from
the undefeated ranks 39-27 before
a homecoming crowd of 46,000 and

passed the Western Conference lead-
ership to Illinois.
The Buckeyes played inspired ball
from the start and although the
score was knotted 7-7 at the end
of the first quarter and 13-13 at the
half.

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Service to China. The program will
start at 7:30 p. m. in the Interna-
tional Center, followed by a recep-
tion in the Social Rooms.
Coming Events
Science Research Club: The No-
vember meeting of the Science Re-
search Club will be held at 7:30 p. m.,
Tues., Nov. 5, in the Rackham Am-
phitheatre. Program: "Antithyroid
Drugs," William H. Beierwaltes, De-
partment of Medicine; "Recent De-
velopments in Soil Mechanics," W.
S. Housel, Department of Civil En-
gineering. Election of new members.
The Women's Research Club will
meet at 8:00 p. m., meet Mon., Nov.
4, in the Botany Seminar Room,
Natural Science Bldg. Program:

Tickets (tax included) $1.50 - $1.00 - 80c;
At University Musical Society, Burton Memorial Tower

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"Early Man and the Great Lakes Re-
gion," Miss Barbara H. Hermann.
All members and former members
are invited.
The Psychology Club will sponsor
an open meeting on Nov. 7, at 8:00
p. m. in the Rackham Amphitheater.
The address will be given by Dr. Mil-
ton H. Erickson, Director of the Psy-
chiatric Research and Training at
the Eloise Hospital on the subject,
-taldxa pue lPeolpaJq sI-sisoudH,,
mental Applications."
University Women Veterans Asso-
ciation: A bunco-bridge party will
be held at 7100 p. m., Nov. 4, in the
Grand Rapids Room at the League.
Refreshments will be served. All
women veterans invited.
Der deutsche Verein will present at
its next meeting at 8:00 p. m., Wed.,
Nov. 6, in the Assembly Room (3rd
floor) of the Rackham Bldg., an eve-
ning of classical German music.
Program: vocal numbers by Miss
Rose Derderian, soprano; University
School of Music, and piano selections
by Mr. Wolaver of Ann Arbor, a
musician of considerable repute. All
members of the German Club and
those interested in the organization
are cordially invited to attend. Mem-
bership tickets will be available after
the program.
Le Cercle Francais will meet at
8:00 p. m., Nov. 5, in Rm. 305, Mich-
igan Union. There will be an open
discussion of the organization of the
club. Refreshments.
The Hiawatha Club will hold a
reorganization meeting in the Mich-
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