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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1947 -

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Football Scores

EAST
Armi 40 V.I'. 0
Navy 39, Cornell 0
Pturdue G2, Boston U, 7
Ilartmout h 1:", ,rtwn 10
Priliceton 20, Colgate 7
'ennsylvaniu 34, columbia 14
Maine 13, Connecticut 7
Harvard 7, Holy Cross 0
West Virginia 40, N.Y.U. 0
Rochester 14, Tufts 0
Wisconsin 9, Yale 0
Wesleyan 40, Swarthmore. 7
Rutgers 36, 1ordhai 6
1owdomi 14, Williams 0
Penn State 40, Syracuse 0
Lafayette 27, Bucknell 0
SOUTH
Alabama 10, Tennessee
Mississippi'27, Tulane 14
Davidson 49, IIumpden-Sydney-
Kentucky 13, Vaderbilt 0
Tlexas 21, Arkansas 60
Texas Christian 26, Texas A &
M0
Southern Methodist 14, Rice 0
Georgia Tech 27, Auurn 7
'Wake orest , ege Wash-
ington 7
North Carolina 13, William &
Mary 7 '
Duke 19, M aryland 7
Virginia 2 Vashington & Lee
7
M issksippi State 34, Duques-
Iv 0
MIDWEST
Iowa 13, Ohio Sfate 13 (Tie)

Michigan State 20, Iowa State
10
Miami (Ohio) 6, Xavier 6 (Tie)
Notre Dame 31, Nebraska 0
Illinois 40, Minnesota 13
Indiana 41, Pittsburgh 6
Michigan 49, Northwestern 21
San Francisco 34, Marquette 13
Wtstern M ihigan 14, Iowa
State Teachers 0
Blowling Green 2 Ohio Univer-
sity 0
Ohio Weslcyan 7, Case 0
Kansas 13, Oklahoma 13 (Tie)
Georgia 20, Oklahoma A & M 7
Missouri 47, Kansas State 7
Washington 1. 40, Arkansas
State 14
Georgetown 12, Tulsa 0
SOUThWEST
Baylor 32, Texas Tech 6
Utah 13, Denver 7
Idaho 20, Portland 14
FAR WEST
Oregon G, Washington 0
California 21, Washington State
6
UCLA 39, Stanford 6
Southern California 48, Oregon
State 6
Colorado 9, Brigham Young 7
Wyoming 33, Utah State 19
... D.O YOU KNOW that the
highest score a Wolverine foot-
ball team has ever run up
against a Big Ten opponent was
in 1902 when Michigan trounced
Iowa by the credible score of
107-0.

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Ilinois Tramples Gophers;
Buekeyes Rally To Gain Tie

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Irish Topple e
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Justice Triumphs!

Spartans Top
Iowa State by
20-0 Margint
Guerre Tallies Twice
In Homecoming Tilt

DURHAM, N.C., Oct. 1 -
The Southern Conference Execu-
tiye Committee today upheld the
eligibility of Charlie Justice, Uni-
versity of North Carolina grid star,
o play football.
After a more tha~in two-hour

Presid'nt of the Conference, an-
niounced that the Tar Heel flash
hail looen given a clean bill o~f
heualthi.

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By The Associated Press
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Oct. 18--
Perry Moss completed seven passes
in seven tosses today-two of
them spiraling to long touch-
downs-as Illinois' high-octane
football team crushed Minnsota,
40-13.
The ponderous Gophers, en-
tering the important Big Nine
game with a string of three vic-
tories, suffered their first defeat
of the season before a wildly
cheering partisan crowd of 56,-
048 in Memorial Stadium. It Was
the worst lacing Minnesota had
received from Illinois in the
18-game rivalry between the
two schools which began in 1898.'
In remaining undefeated in four
games, the Illini cracked the Go-
pher "beef trust" by drilling a line
which had a weight advantage up
to 21 pounds per man and striking
through the air against a pass de-
fense that was nil.j
The Gophers slowness afoot
enabled Moss, the migrant from
Tulsa University, to hurl a 25
yard scoring pass to Dwight Ed-
dleman and then follow up with
a 4-yard aerial play to Art Du-
felmeier for two touchdowns in
the first period. Both receivers
were completely in the clear af-
ter outrunning the Minnesota
defenders.-
The Gophers, resorting to power
plays which made Coach Bernie
Bierman famous, rammed 60
yards for a touchdown at the out-
set of the second quarter. During
the march, Bill Elliott, 20-year-old
fullback from Minneapolis, St.
Thomas High School, knifed for
40 of the total yards and capped
the effort by smashing over from
the six.
A few plays later, Eddleman
scored for the second time in
one of the longest runs of the
season. The high-jumping track
star hugged Harry Elliott's punt,
faked a hand-off to Duffelmeier
which drew the Gophers' tack-
lers to one side of the field, then
streaked 89 yards down the op-
posite sidelines.
Minnesota shook off this daz-
zling play by scrambling 97 yards
only to be denied entrance
through the touchdown gate. Ev-
erette Faunce, the Fergus Falls,
Minn., speedster, set the drive in
motion by returning the kickoff 59
yards. Illinois line, which let the
Gophers seep through for 251
yards in the course of the game,
cemented and held for downs on
the three as time ran out in the
half. From then on it was a rout.
As the Illini piled up two more
touchdowns in the third period
and one in the last.
Leafs, Wings Tie
TORONTO, Oct. 18 - (') -
Hockey's World Champions, the
Toronto Maple Leafs, were held
to a 2-2 tie in their opening Na-
tional Hockey League game to-
night by the Detroit Red Wings
as 13674 fans, including Viscount
Alexander, watched the proceed-
ings.

vy Th Asouciated Press
COLUMBUS, Oct. 18 - An
aroused Ohio State team, which
didn't look too good in the first
half, found itself in the final per-
iod tolay and roared to two
touchdovns on long drives to tie
favored Iowa 13-13 in a Western
Conference fray before 72,998
The last-period rush, after the
llawkeyes had scored in each of
the first two sessions on passes by
little Al DiMarco, was an awe-in-
spiring feat to the Buckeye fans
who had seen Ohio State lose its
last two games and go scoreless
for seven frames while the oppo-
sition counted in 10 periods in a
row.
DiMarco Connects
DiMarco the Locp's No. 1 tosser,
connected on five of his first six
passes, and two of the first three
went for touchtlowns. But in the
last half, after Ohio Coach Wes-
ley Fesler had tinkered with his
defense a bit, the Iowa sharp-
shooter was able to complete only
two of 11.
The Bucks i'eached Iowa's 35-
yard line in the first period, the
24 in the second and the 42 in
the third, but were a new team in
the last session.
Cline Scores
After a punt into the end zone,
Ohio started on its 20 and march-
ed 80 yards for the first marker.
Fullback Ollie Cline went over
from the six after a 24-yard pass
from Pandel Savic to Bob Brugge
had moved the ball into the shad-
ow of the goal posts.
Emil Moldeas' placement kick
for the extra point was blocked,
and a new kick was not allowed al-
though it appeared several of the
Iowa players were off-side and in
the Ohio backfield before the ball
was snapped.
Morrison Ties It Up
With four minutes to go the
Bucks took over on their own 28
after a punt and swarmed the 72
yards in 10 plays, the feature of
which was a beautifully faked re-
verse by halfback Jimmy Clark
for 41 yards. End Fred Morrison
bewildered the Hawkeyes com-
pletely on an end-around play for
the payoff two yards, and Moldea
booted the extra point to dead-
lock the game with 52 seconds to
go.
The Hawks, showing power and
precision, threw the Bucks back 27
yards to their own 19 in three
plays in the first period, and Jim
Shoaf snatched up Dick Slager's
fumble there. Six plunges reached
Ohio's four, and for the first time
Dimarco unlimbered his pitching
arm, tossing to halfback Bob
Smith in the end zone for the
touchdown.
. . DO "OU KNOW th t
Michigan and Notre Dame have
met ten times on the gridiron
with the Wolverines taking
eight games. In the most recent
contest Michigan took the Irish
32-20 in 1942 and then lost the
following year 35-12.

By The Associated Press
EAST LANSING, Oct.

Michigan State's Spartans col-
lected three touchdowns in the
first half with a spirited runningI
attack ,to down Iowa State 20-01
today before 20,987 Homecoming
Day football fans who braved al
drizzling rain.
The Spartans struck quickly for
two touchdowns in the first six
minutes of the opening period.
George Guerre twisted his way
down field on an 87-yard touch-
down run in the second quarter
before the game bogged down in
a scoreless second half marked by
fumbles and frequent penalties.
Michigan State relied mainly
on its running game and the
fleet footed Guerre sparked the
Spartan attack. The first time
MSC took possession Guerre,
Lynn Chandnois and Jim
first downs to reach the Cyclone
25.
Guerre broke to the sideline on
the next play, hurdled a stumbling
Iowa State tackler and went
across to score. The Spartans
struck again after an exchange of
punts. Taking over on the Iowa
State 44, Guerre carried twice to
put Michigan State in position on
the Cyclone 38.
Guerre again, in the second per-
iod, provided the final score on
the most spectacular run of the
game. Michigan State took over on
its own 13-yard line after a Cy-
clone drive bogged down. Guerre
broke away on an end run to gal-
lop 87 yards, dodging tacklers and
crossing the goal line after team-
mate Carl Nestor took out the
last remaining man in his way,
Iowa State's Webb Halbert.
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pA)--Halfback Coy McGee, 158
pound Texan, provided the spark &/
which swept unbeaten Notre Dame'
to a methodical 31-0 triumph ", l,3 rl1 !;
over stubborn Nebraska today be- I F rL1r g s a
fore a capacity 56,000 crowd at
the home opener of the Fighting f w r whe
Irish .
Although little McGee who h chooses.-
wears a size five shoe, scored
only one touchdown, his scat-back
running, plainly helped the Irishi'te r rg cytr1 s
to their third straight victory--a T - JI A S RL~iLiA(LL 'Jf S~4 4
triumph that was substantial but
far from overwhelming. ai
In a renewal of a series which
lapsed in 1925, Notre Dame played 'BURR, PA'TTERI ON & AULD CO.
cautiously but relentlessly against r
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