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SUNDAY,..N EMER 24, 1946 THE MICHIGAN DlAILY

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and Bob DeMoss turned out to be a
starring vehicle for Pete Pihos, as
The Georgeous Greek tallied three
touchdowns In spite of a game leg
that has been bothering him all sea-
son.
Neither Raimondi nor DeMoss
managed to shatter the passing rec-
ords set by Otto Graham of North-
western in 1942, although the Indiana
flipper completed nine tosses in 15
attempts, two going all the way, while
the Boilermakers' one-man bak-
field hit with five of ten throws, one
for a touchdown.
Gophers Continue lo Roll
Another Big Nine clash saw the
revitalized Minnesota Golden Go-
Oihers continue a late season rush
that has netted them fifth place in
the conference standings as they
made Wisconsin their third consecu-
tive victim, 6-0.
Freshman ifalfback Billy Bye
slipped 10 yards off tackle into pay
dirt for the only score, of the day.
The defeat dropped the Badgers into
eighth place, just above Purdue, the
league doormat6
Iowa, the only conference mem-
ber that didn't play yesterday, stood
pat on its three and three record to
finish fourth, its high-water mark
for the past half-dozen years.
Thus did 1946 ring down the cur-
tain on the first ogicial post-war
Big Nine season. A season unpreci-
dented for upsets, surprises and gen-
eral gridiron chicanery.

Notre Dame 41, Tulane (
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 23-(YP)-
Notre Dame's Irish treated a recor
southern crowd to a demonstratio
of near-perfect football choosin
41 to 0,tasrthe score by which the
lesired to trounce the Tulane Greei
Wave.
Nearly 70,000 spectators, the larg
est number ever to see a regular sea
son game in Dixie, came only to se
Notre Dame, and that's all they saw
When their better players were in
the Irish performed with the methodi
cal efficiency of a mechanical cottoi
picker -and just about as mucl
mercy.
The great Irish quarterback Johr
Lujack put on a magnificent passin
show, comple .ing 8 out of 9 for
total yardage of 120.
Notre Dame took the opening kick
off 77 yards to a touchdown in 1
plays. The next time the Irish go
the ball they went 88 yards to anothe
score in eight plays.
Zalejski scored twice in the seconi
period, sweeping right end for 23 an(
12 yards to climax marches on 91 an
49 yards respectively. Early boote
both extra points.
The Irish ;lowed the pace to on(
touchdown in the third period, when
Lujack's passing and Gompers' run
ning engineered an 84-yard advance
Mello cracked over for the last yard
Midway of the final period Notr
Dame's reserves moved 80 yards
mostly on Mike Swistowicz' fancy
running, to score on a five-yard slicE
by Coy Magee. Jim Early convertec
five of six extra point attempts.
MSC 26, Maryland 14
EAST LANSING, Nov. 23-U(P)__
Michigan State College out-rushed
and out-passed the University of
Maryland's football team today to
notch a 26 to 14 triumph over
Coach Clark Shaughnessy's charges
in an intersectional game before 16,-
249 chilled fans.
The Spartans, showing the most
power they have all season-took
a 20 to 7 lead over the "T"-charged
Terrapins at the half and coasted
to their fourth victory, against five

) defeats. The licking was Maryland'
fifth in eight contests.
- Right halfback Lynn Chandnoi
d was the scoring star for MSC, tak
n ing a 23 yard pass from halfbac
g George Guerre for State's firs
y touchdown in the opening perio
,n and galloping over early in th
second stanza on a reverse swee
- from Maryland's six yard line.
- The other Spartan tallies wer
e made by fullback Jim Blenkhorn on
. a 21 yard plunge and Guerre on a
, buck from the two.
n How Bowl Hopefuls Fare
NEW YQRK, N. Y.,-(P)-Nov. 2
n -(LP)-Georgia and Georgia Tecd
g each a candidate for an invitatio
a and each a contender for the South
east circuit flag, loafed to easy vic
- tories over Minor League oppositio
1 in preparation for their own meetin
t next week. Georgia smeared Chatta
r nooga, 48 to 27, with the losers get
ting 20 points in the final quarte,
d Georgia Tech mastered Furman, 4
d to 7. Mississippi State, another bow
d prospect, also kept in the headline
d by downing Ole Miss, 20 to 7, pri
marily on the work of Tom (Shorty
TMcWilliams,ex-Army star.
n Tennessee, however, had its diffi
- culties but pulled itself together fo
a 7 to 0 decision over Kentucky tha
. insured Gen. Robert Neyland's eleve
e of Jan. 1 consideration.
In the Southern conference, an
y other breeding ground of Bowl teams
e North Carolina loosed the fame
d Charlie Justice for 15 points in thi
final period to defeat Duke, 22 to 7
That meant the loop title for Car
Snavely's men.
Penn State, one of the few eastern
teams in the Bowl auction now thai
Army has closed the door, was tripped
by Pittsburgh's youngsters, 14 to 7
while Yale made Cornell a title pos-
sibility in the Ivy league by rebuffing
Harvard, 27 to 14. Cornell plays Penr
Thursday and a win would send the
title to Ithaca. A Quaker triump
means a title deadlock between Har-
vard and Penn, with Yale and Cor-
nell only a nalf game behind.
Oklahoma pushed Nebraska out of
the Big Six picture, 27 to 6, but still
* must await the outcome of Thurs-
day's Kansas -Missouri embroglio to
know who will share the title with the
'Sooners.
Rice, 13 Texas Christ., 0
HOUSTON, Tex., Nov. 23-(P)-
Rice pounded Texas Christian for a
13-0 victory today to keep alive its
chances for a Southwest Conference
championship tie with Arkansas.
Balked in she first two periods by
a stubbornly fighting Christian line,
the Bulky Owls took the second half
kick-off 72 yards for a touchdown.
They added another in the final three
minutes after recovering a Horned
Frog fumble.
A crowd of 28,000 watched the
Owls rip the Purple for 231 yards on
the ground with battering Carl Russ,
chunky fullback, the mainspring of
the attack.
* * *
Oregon State 13, Oregon 0
CORVALLIS, Ore., Nov. 23-(AP)-
Oregon State's favored Beavers
tamed the insurgent Oregon Ducks
in the second half here today for a
13-0. Coast Conference victory in
the 50th annual meeting of the tra-
ditional rivas
The Ducks, led by halfback Jake
Leicht, had the Oregon Staters back
on their heels through the first half,
but the mid-game intermission was
enough for the Beavers to regain
their stride.
They took the kickoff and marched
straight downfield for their first
touchdown. Then almost wtihout
letting Oregon touch the ball, they
came back to score again in the
fourth quarter.

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UNHERALDED HERO - Lanky
Art Dufelmeier the unsung half-
back of Illinois who made yes-
terday's title clincher for Ray
Eliot a one man show.
Grid Scor'es
EAST
Yale 27, Harvard 14
LaFayette 13, Lehigh 0
Rutgers 25, Bucknell 0
Dartmouth 20, Princeton 13
West Chester Tchrs. 32, Wagner 0
Delaware 20, Muhlenberg 12
Western Maryland 46, Mount St.
Mary's 7
Georgetown 19, New York University
12
Pittsburgh 14, Penn State 7
Holy Cross 12, Temple 7
Buffalo 36, Johns Hopkins 0
Dickinson 33, Allegheny 6
Columbia 59, Syracuse 21
Boston College 13, Alabama 7
Morris Harvey 6, Glenville 0
MIDWEST
Michigan State 26, Maryland 14
Michigan 58, Ohio State 6
Illinois 20, Northwestern 0
Indiana 34, Purdue 20
Akron 13, John Carroll 6
Ohio University 25, Xavier 6
Dayton 29, Marshall 7
Minnesota 6, Wisconsin 0
Dennison 31, Wittenberg 0
Mount Union 19, Kenyon 12
Oberlin 23, Wooster 0
Wichita 13, Toledo 7
SOUTH
Citadel 21, Davidson 13
North Carolina 22, Duke 7
Georgia Tech 41, Furman 7
North Carolina State 37, Florida 6
Randolph Macon 14, Wofford 13
Tennessee 7, Kentucky 0
Virginia State 14, North Carolina
State College 6
University of Virginia 21, West Vir-
gina 0
Sewanee 25, Hampden-Sydney 0
Quantico 25, Cherry Point Marines 0
Clemson 21, Auburn 13
Mississippi State 20, Mississippi 0
Notre Dame 41, Tulane 0
Georgetown 41, Hanover 7
Tennessee State 19, Kentucky State
College 0
Virginia 21, West Virginia 0
Arkansas State 13, Lincoln Univer-
sity 7
Georgia 48, Chattanooga 27

LOS ANGELES, Nov. 23-(/P)-Caitalizing on two tremendous breaks,
the Blue and Gold of UCLA today won the right to play in the Rose :Bowl
New Year's Day by defeating the Southern California Trojans 13-6 for its
ninth straight victory of the 1946 -------__-_
season.
Performing in the mud before the
largest crowd of the season here, 93,-
714 rain-soaked fans, the Bruins Follow our
clinched the trip to Pasadena and a
contest with a Big Nine team, pro-
bably Illinois. All that was needed to-
night was a perfunctory vote of ap-forBeth
proval by members of the Pacific
Coast Conference. a
The Bruins, greates aggregation
in the school's history, scored the
first touchdown four minutes after
the opening kickoff, saw the count
knotted as a determined Cardinal
and Gold machine drove 43 yards ,Round the C
in the second quarter, and carne
back to win the game early in the
fourth period on a fumbled punt You'll find WN
recovered on the Trojan five yard
line. Coats, Suits
The triumph was the second for
the Bruins over the Men of Troy
since their first crosstown feud be-
gan in 1929, and the New Year's Day
engagement at the Pasadena Bowl of
Roses will be the second for the Blue
and Gold. *5"
What was expected to be a pass-
ing performance by UCLA quar- The COATS-You'll find fu
terback Ernie Case, one of the best classics . . . dressmaker beau
in college ranks, was tossed out super collection. Sizes 9-17a
the window by the squirmy field
and wet ball. The Bruins punted
-and prayed. The latter paid off SUl
and it was the supposedly punch-
less Troys who built up 176 yards
by land and air to a mere 67 for 22.50 - 290
their opponents, and nine first
downs to the Bruins' three. The SUITS-Checks, stripesa
The first score came in typical coat types in 3/4 lengths ... al
Uclan fashion, however. Spring. Sizes 9-15 and 10-2.
After a series of punt exchanges, pg._s9- _d__
the Trojans were backed up to their
26 and tried to kick out. Right tac-
kle Bill Chambers blocked it. His
brother tackle, 215-pound bon Malm-
berg, scooped it upon the 14 and
paddled across the goal line. Case 5.00 10A
missed the try for a placement con-
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Red Wings 4, Toronto 2
TORONTO, Nov. 23-P)-Veter-
an Sid Abel scored two goals tonight
to lead the Detroit Red Wings to a
4-2 triumph over the league leading
Toronto Maple Leafs in a National
Hockey League game before 13,462
fans.

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SOUTHWEST
S.M.U. 35, Baylor 0
Rice 13, Texas Christian 0
Oklahoma 27, Nebraska 6
Oklahoma Aggies 59, Drake 7
FAR WEST
New Mexico 14, Kansas State 7
Montana State 45, Colorado School of
Mines 7
U.C.L.A. 13, Southern California 6
Stanford 25, California 6
Oregon State 13, Oregon 0

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