uoz.iTIIlE E MICHIGAN DAILY
EAST ' Bradley 39, North Dakota Uni-
Pittsburgh 12, Ohio "tate 0 versity 15
Fenn State 21, West Virginia 14 Butler 21, Western Michigan 20
Pennsylvania 21, Navy 0 Carroll (Wis.) 40. Albion, Mich.
Brown 13, Colgate 13 (tie) 0
Cornell 28, Princeton 21 Miami (Ohio) 21. Ohio Univer-
Holy Cross 26, Syracuse 0 sity 0
Yale 49, Springfield 0 Reloit 8, Knox 0
Fordham 12, King' Point 0 Dubuque University 13, Luth-
Marshall 33, Indiana State 0 er 0
Columbia 21, Anny 20 South Dakota niversity 26,
Dartmouth 14, Harvard 13 Smith Dakota State 7
Wesleyan 20, Amherst 0 Ohio Weslyan 27, Depauw 14
Rhode Island S ate 27, Coast Hanover 20, Frankhlin 6
Guard 7 FAR WEST
Washington College 14, Mt. St. Washington 25, Stanford 0
Marys 0 Montana 13, Washington State
Temple 21, Bauvknea 0 12
Tuftsy 3, Niorthas"rn 0 Oregon State 46, Portland Uni-
Trinity 3,Wiliams.It 0 vvrsity
C.C.N.Y. 12, Wagner Bri 27, Utah State
Franklin & Marshall 21, Dick- 12
inson 7Colorado University 14, Colo-
Srwarthmar, 7, Urinus 0 rado A & M 7
Tench Military g2S, Drexel-Utah 26, Wyoming 7
Tech 0 Texas Tech 36, Denver 7
Grove City 13, Allegheny 7 Coloradoc Clle 35, Colorado
Lafayette 20, Washington and, in 12,C
Jefferson 12 Montana State 34, Idaho State
Westminister 2G, Bethany (W. Cle P 12
Va.) 13 Colorado Slat- 7, Western State
Geneva 40, Carnegie Tech 12 7 (tie)
MIDWES T Nevada 21, Tulsa 13
Michigan 13, Mi nsota 6 Eastern Washigton 16, Cen-
Notre Dame 21, Iowa 0 tral Washington 13
Purdue 14, Illiunois 7 SOUTH
Northwestern 7, Indiana G Tulane 40, Auburn 0
Wisconsin 35, Marquette 12 North Carolina 35, Florida 7
Missouri 26, Iowa State 7 Texas 13, Rice 0
Nebraska 14. Kansas State 7 Texas A & M 24, Baylor 0
Bowling Green 21, Kent State Arkansas 19, Mississippi 14.
18 Maryland 21, V.P.I. 19
Cincinnati 27, Xavier 25 Virginia 35, V.M.I. 6
Texas Christian 20, Oklahoma 7 Mississippi State 27, Hardin-
Wooster 16, Muskingum 13 Simmons 7
Kentucky 7, Michigan State 6 Louisiana Tech 24, Northwest-
Baldwin-Wallace 13, Western ern State College 0
Reserve 6 Louisiana State 19, Vanderbilt
Wayne 33, Buffalo 12 13
EAST LANSING, Mich., Oct.
25 -- (/b - Kentucky edged out
Michigan State 7 to 6 victory here
today as the Spartans also suffer-
ed the loss of their star back.,
Cecrge Guerre. who broke a leg;
making the lone MSC touchdown.
Guerre, star Spartan ground
gainer from Flint. Mich., broke
his right leg above the knee cap
when he was tackled behind the
goal line in making the single
MSC score in the second period.
Kentucky Scores First
Kentucky .ore: in the clos ing
minutes of the fit piod after
taking a qick kisk from the
.3p ar n i. Halfba,-k j.1 .ill olle
picked up seven yards around
right end and then Don Phelps,
-Mt away around left end for a first
down on the Spartan 18. Phelps
passed to Don Ridged on the MSC
five, Bill Mcsey carrird dow to
the one yard line and Phelps went
over for the score. Quarterback
George Blanda kicked the ctra
point that won the game for the
Quarterback Bob Krestel reoy -
ered a Kentucky fumble in the
second period to et up tl'ic only
Spartan touchdown. Krestel con-
nected with a pass across the line
to Barney Roskoph, who was drop-
ped where he caught on the Wild
Cat 13 yard line.
Guerre picked up four yards to
:make it a first down and after
Jim Blenkhorn lost three yards,
Horace Smith of Jackson bucked
down to the nine. Guerre scamp-
ered the distance as the partisan
crowd screeched in the stands.
Columbia Halts A rmy 32-Game Streak
W ith Dramatic Fourth-Quarter Drive
Wildcats Upset Hoosiers, 7-6
For First Conference Victory
NEW YORK, Oct. 25--(P)-A
dauntless band of Columbia Lions
scored one of the most stunning
upsets of gridiron history todayl
when they sent Army's eleven
tumbling into defeat, 21 to 20,
with a spectacular passing attack
which scored two touchdowns in
the final period and brought gasps
Giratrd's Fine Play
ffils Marquette Hard
MADIEON, Wis., Oct. 25-(PI)-
Earl (Jui Girard passed for two
touchdowns and raced 63 yards
for another today to lead Wis-
consin to a 35 to 12 victory over
its neighborhood rival, Marquette.'
After the Eadgers had marched
37 yards on the ground early in
the first period, Girard fired a
15-yard pass to halfback Clarence
Self for the first touchodown and
in the third engineered two more'
He tossed a scoring pass to end
Charley Zoelle, the play covering
53 yards, and a few minutes later'
galloped 63 yards over the goal
line through the Marquette team.
Quarterback Lisle Blackburn
converted five straight points by
The Community Chest
from an incredulous crowd of
Unbeaten in their last 32
games and unscored upon pre-
viously this year, the Black
Knights from West Point found
themselves helpless to stem the
Light Blue once Gene Rossides,
Columbia's brilliant quarter-
back, began throwing bullseyes
to an equally brilliant receiver,
end Bill Swiacki.
Less than seven minutes re-
mained to play when the Lions
drive 67 yards down the turf of
Baker Field to score their third
touchdown and Ventan Yablonski,
their fullback, cleaved the posts
with a kick for the extra point
which gave the Cadets their first
reverse since Navy turned them
back in November, 1943.
A desperate attempt by Army
to drive to a score in the clas-
ing minutes came to nothing
when Lou Kusserow of Colum-
bia intercepted a pass by Ar-
nold Galiffa near midfield.
When the game ended and the
crowd surged onto the field, the.
Lions were deep in Army terri-
tory again and giving the rat-
tied Cadets no surcease.
In all, Coach Lou Little's team
completed 20 of 30 passes, and
Swiacki caught eight of them for
By 21-0 Count
SOUTH BEND, Ind., Oct. 25-
P)-Irishman Terry Brennan
punched over a pair of touch-
downs which gave the uncon-
quered fighting Irish of Notre
Dame a 21-0 triumph today over
Notre Dame's fourth straight
football success was registered
chiefly along the ground with
pitching Johnny Lujack taking
the back seat. The Irish broke
loose the 21-year old Brennan
and Emil "Red" on scat-back
scampers which aided greatly in
piling up a total of 223 yards by
rushing while outmanned Iowa
was tearing off 120.
Alfonso Di Marco, Iowa's fine
little passer, was continually
rushedhby the Irish forwards and
when he did have a quiet spell
his rifle shots bounced put of the
arms of receivers.
Bill Walsh captured Bob
Smith's fumble on the Iowa 30 to
-set up Notre Dame's first period
score. Lujack passed nine yards
to Jim Martin, Brennan ripped
13 then crashed over.
Sitko peeled off 10 and 15 yards
at a crack and Brennan capped a
45-yard push by slashing over
from the 12 for his second marker
in the opening 30 seconds of the
Notre Dame's third touchdown
started in the final minutes of the
.hird period and blossomed after
two plays in the finale.
138 yards. In the decisive second
half the Light Blue completed a
phenomenal 13 of 15 aerials while
they were putting on their two
great scoring drives of 60 and 67
Columbia's total yardage was
363 to Army's 344. The losers,
still badly needing a big league
passer to replace Arnold Tuck-
er, picked up only 42 yards
through the air on four com-
Tartars Cop Third
Success in 4 Tries
DETROIT, Oct. 25-(x)-Wayne
University's light-footed Tartans.
paced by halfback John Hazely,
ran a hitherto undefeated Uni-
versity of Buffalo eleven into the
ground here today for a 33-12 vic-
Wayne scored once in each of
the first three periods and twieE
in the fourth quarter to earn itc
third victory in four games this
Buffalo produced a mid-gam(
threat, scoring in the second and
third periods. But the bulls saw
their five-game winning streak go
glimmering when their ground at-
tack lost its edge against a sturdy
The elusive Hazely, Wayne's top
ground gainer all season, led z
Tartar attack that gained 28r
yards on the ground against onl3
92 for Buffalo. He scored on(
touchdown and booted three con-
Other Tartar touchdown pro-
ducers were Quarterback GenE
D'Ambrosio, fullback Virgil Flores
and reserve fullback Tino Ventro
who scored twice.
For the Bulls, hard-running E(
Mittelsteadt at fullback led the
offensive and scored one touch-
down. The other scorer was right
halfback Bill Rudick, who scam-
pered across the Wayne goal line
on a 40-yard pass from Bob Conk.
EVANSTON. Ill., Oct. 25-U:1-
Indiana's Bob Young pitched bothl
touchdowns as Northwestern to-'
day upset the Hoosiers, 7 to 6 for
the Wildcats' first Big Nine victory
in three starts.
Quarterback Young's 59-yardl
touchdown pass to End Bob Rav-
ensberg gave Indiana a 6-0 half
time lead. But then Young's pass1
from deep in his own territory was
intercepted by Northwestern's
Tom Worthington and returned 36
yards for a touchdown in the
Wildcat Quarterback Jim Far-
rar cooly place-kicked the ewtra-
point to seal the victory, just as
he did in Northwestern's 27-26
upset of UCLA on Oct. 4th.
The Hoosiers, rated a six-point
favorite, played erratic ball. fumb-
ling four times and losing posses-
sion each time. They faded badly
in the second half and got little
help from their heralded triple-
threat star, Halfback George Tali-
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