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OCTOBER 12, 1947

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

Pacfiic

Coast

Teams

Whip

Badgers,

Minn Whips NU, 37-21; Pro Gridders
Iowa Tops Indiana, 214Ga So
-_ This Afternoon

Football Scores

By The Associated Press
Southern California's rollicking
Trojans gave a spectacular dis-
play of power and precision today
as they scored in every period to
hand Ohio State's fading.-Bucks a
32-0 setback, their second of the
season, before a capacity crowd of
76,559.
The colorful coast team tore
apart Ohio's 5-4-2 defense for
194 yards rushing, and passed
over and through it for 106
more. It outgained the Bucks
300 yards to 183, despite the fact
Ohio State had the ball for 71
plays to 58 for the visitors.
xBadgers Get Shock
California's first invasion of the
Midwest in its 70 year football
history was a smashing success
today as the Bears dumped Wis-
consin, 48 to 7, before a sellout
crowd of 45,000. It was California's
fourth straight win.
The Badgers' Wally Dreyer
fumbled on his own 15 after 90
seconds of play. The Bears re-
covered and scored in four
plays, with John Graves pass-
ing to Jack Swaner for the
touchdown.
Jim Cullon, a guard, then boot-
ed the first of six placements that
hit the mark.
Aggressive and determined to
take advantage of every break, the
Bears continued to dominate the
play and followed through with
two touchdowns in each of the
last three periods.
* * *
Golphers Ran Wild
Minnesota's football team, aid-
ed by a pair of fumbles and a bad
pass from center on the part of
Northwestern swept to a 37 to 21
victory today in the opening game
of the Western Conference season
'for both teams.
A sell-out crowd of 60,609

watched in 76-degree weather
as Minnesota's Gophers quickly
took a 16 to 0 lead in the first
period, an advantage the Wild-
cats never could overcome.
Except for spots, Northwestern's
ground game netted little yardage
and most of its decisive gains were
made by passing. Jim Farrar,
Wildcat quarterback, did the
pitching on a jump pass over cen-
ter that worked for two touch-
downs and contributed import-
antly to another.
It wasn't until the second per-
iod that Northwestern could
score. The Wildcats then
marched down the field from
their 28-yard line with end Ken
.Wiltgen catching Farrar's jump
pass for the touchdown.
Farrar tossed another pass to
halfback Art Murakowski who
counted the second Wildcat
touchdown on the first play of the
fourth period. Minutes later, half-
back Art Murakowski closed out
Northwestern's scoring by dash-
ing around right end. Farrar
kicked all three points after
touchdown.
* * *
Iowa Upsets Dapesters
Little Al Dimarco and Emlen
Tunnell furnished the one-two
punch today as Iowa toppled In-
diana 27-14 in a Western Confer-
ence football game before 51,150
homecoming fans.
Little Al, with a whip-lash
right arm, fired to Tunnell, the
Negro halfback, for three touch-
downs in the first half to give
the Hawks a 21-7 lead. 1D-
Marco passed 10 times in the
opening half and got bulls-eyes
on seven for 147 yards. His
game total was 10 out of 14
for 198 yards.
Bob Smith, a hard-hitting half-
back, finished the scoring with a
plunge from the one yard line.

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By The Associated Press
BOSTON, Oct. 11-The Pitts-
burgh Steelers, edged .27-26 last
week by the Washington Redskins,
will try to atone for the defeat
tomorrow afternoon against the
Boston Yanks at Fenway Park.
* * *
CARDINALS FIGHT FOR LEAD
GREEN BAY, Wis., Oct. 11-
The Unbeaten Chicago Cardinals
and Green Bay Packers battle for
the National Football League's
Western Division leadership to-
morrow before a packed house of
25,000 fans at City Stadium.
Both teams have defeated the
defending champion Chicago
Bears, the Packers in a thriller
two weeks 'ago and the Cardinals
decisively last Sunday.
* * *
YANKS, BROOKS MEET AGAIN
NEW YORK, Oct. 11-The New
York Yankees and the Brooklyn
Dodgers meet at the Yankee Sta-
dium tomorrow but this time thel
game played will be football-in
a regular All-America Conference
game.
The Yanks, Eastern Division
title defenders, currently are tied
with the Buffalo Bills for the
lead while the Dodgers bring up
the rear of the division.
* *~ *
BROWNS SEEK REVENGE
CLEVELAND, Oct. 11-The last
time the Cleveland Browns ab-
sorbed a licking the big stick was
held by the Los Angeles Dons.

MIDWEST
Michigan 69, Pittsburgh 0
Southern California 32, Ohio State
0
Western Reserve 20, Ohio Uni-
versity 7
Marquette 41, Detroit 18
Iowa 27, Indiana 14
Minnesota 37, Northwestern 21
Notre Dame 22, Purdue 7
California 48, Wisconsin 7
Nebraska 14, Iowa State 7
Kansas 86, South Dakota State 6
Miami (Ohio) 33, Bowling Green
19
Depauw 13, Rochester 12
EAST
Boston University 38, New York
University 7
Penn State 75, Fordham 0
New Hampshire 28, Maine 7
West Virginia 13, Kentucky State
9
Brown 55, Rhode Island State 6
Delaware 13, Bucknell 12
Rutgers 13, Princeton 7
West Virginia 60, Waynesburg 7
Franklin & Marshall 41, Lebanon
Wake Forest
Seores set
CHAPEL HILL, N. C., Oct. 11-
(')-Wake Forest, unveiling a
sparkling passing attack that was
good for three touchdowns in the
first half, staged a startling up-
set today by defeating North Car-
olina 19-7. A crowd of 35,000 saw
the Southern Conference game
played under cloudy skies that
produced a drizzling rain in the
closing minutes.

Valley 0
Cornell 27, Col
Yale 17, Colum
Villanova 13, H
Penn 32, Dartn
SOUTH
Georgia Tech 2
University of T
anooga 7
South Carolina
Washington &
Washington
Wake Forest 19
William & Mar
7
Scuthern Meth
Aggies 14
Kentucky 26, t
Alabama 26, Du
Vanderbilt 10,1
issippi 6
LSU 19, Texas
Virginia 47, Ha
Randolph Field
Christi Nav
Rice 33, Tulane
Texas 34, Okla
Texas Tech 14,
Baylor 17, Ark2
FAR WE
U.C.L.A. 24, Or
Michigan Stat
State 7
Mississippi Stat
San Francis
Wyoming 53, C
Mines 6
University -of NI
sity of Port
Arizona State
Western Co
Washington 27
Oregon State 3;
Missouri 21, C

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[s Underdogs
n Ram Game
By The Associated Press
DETROIT, Oct. 11-Despite an
couraging 21 to 7 victory over
e Boston Yanks a week ago, the
etroit Lions still held undisputed
ssession of their familiar under-
g role today as they headed
lo their National League Foot-
11l League home opener here
tnday against the Los Angeles
ams.
troit Stimulated
While the Lions' second win in
o seasons wasn't fashioned in
ch a manner as to indicate
ouble for the Rams, who are
vored to down the Lions for
e fourth straight time, the vic-
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Detroit's box-office, bringing
1 advance sale indicative of a
so'd of 40,000 or more for the
,son's first NFL collision in
iggs Stadium. With good weath-
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Detroit, beaten twice in three
arts this year on the road, will
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llet Bill Dudley, mainspring of
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7 victory over stubborn Purdue.
His passing was the difference as
he completed 14 out of 23 tosses
for 176 yards. He passed for one'
touchdown and ran for another.
GEORGE GUERRE... Michi-
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scatback ran and passed the
Spartans to a convincing 21-7 vic-
tory over Washington State.
JIM FARRAR ... Northwestern
quarterback, threw two jump
passes for touchdowns, set up
another and kicked three extra
points, to personally account for
all of his team's points in a losing
cause.
AL DIMARCO .. . Iowa quar-
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passes and completed 10 of 14
passing attempts for 198 yards to
lead his teammates to an upset
victory over Indiana.
TONY MINISI ... Pennsylvan-
ia halfback sped to two touch-
downs and played a bangup de-
fensive game to spark the Qualk-
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GENE DERRICOTTE......
Michigan halfback scored his
third touchdown in two games on
an 80-yard run and spent the rest
of the afternoon intercepting
passes and sparking touchdown
drives.
GEORGE MATTHEWS
Georgia Tech back who finally
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University of San Francisco, 21-
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