SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1947
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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MICH. STATE 13 WISCONSIN
MARQUETTE 7 N'WESTERN
26 NOTRE DAME
0 OHIO STATE
Army 65, Washington & Lee 13. Tulsa 7, Wichita 0.
Boston College 27, Georgetown Oklahoma 27, Iowa State 9.
6. Central Michigan 33, Michigan
Boston University 26, Fordham Normal 0.
6. Hope 25, Alma 19.
Brown 20, Holy Cross 19. North Central 7, Wheaton 6.
Columbia 22, Cornell 0. Michigan Tech 18, Northern
Yale 23, Dartmouth 14. Michigan 7.
Rutgers 31, Harvard 7. SOUTH
Rutgrs 3, Hrvar 7.Vanderbilt 28, Auburn 0.
Pennsylvania 26, Princeton 7. Georgia Tech 7, Duke 0.
Oklahoma A & M. 26, Temple 0. North Carolina 20, Tennessee 6.
Bates 9, Bowdoin 7. Maryland 27, West Virginia 0.
Maine 33, Colby 6. Virginia 34, Richmond 0.
Rochester 13, R.P.L 6. V.M.Y. 14, Davidson 14 (tie).
Trinity 34, Worcester Tech 7. Randolph-Macon 28, Washing-
Muhlenberg 21, Lehigh 14. Won CollegeMry 21, Wake
Cornell Frosh 48, Manlius 6. Forest 0.
Navy 150's 26, Villanova 150's 6. Florida N & I College 35, Paine
St. Lawrence 13, Cortland College 0.
Teachers 7. Morristown College 19, Morris
Lafayette 14, Syracuse 7. College 6.
Penn State 47, Colgate 0.S
Ameiean International 23, Hof- Texas C tWan4 Baylor 7.
Millersville Teachers 0, Ship- Southern Metjodist 14, Texas
pensburg Teachers 0 (tie). FR E
Tufts 13, Amherst 7. Denver 20, Brigham Young 6.
Connecticut 14, Coast Guard Utah 13, Coloram 7.
Academy 0. .tyhin34Colorado 4
Hobart 19, Hamilton 7. Wyoming 44, Colorado State 14.
Massachusetts State 7, Vermont
7 (tie). 111-fb /-,
New Hampshire 55, Northeast- M an J Xar ]
Panzer 7, Trenton State Teach- uies tall
Marshall 39, St. Vincent 6.]
Rhode Island State 38, Ft. Dev- LEXINGTON, Ky., Nov. 1-(,P)
ens 13. -Man O' War, America's fore-l
Buffalo 50', Bethany 6. most thoroughbred, died 6fa heart
Wayne 14, Springfield 10. motator e da
West Virginia State 6, Bluefield attack today.
State 0. Death came to the big red 30-
MIDWEST year-old stallion this afternoon in
Notre Dame 27, Navy 0. his stall at the Faraway Farm of
Michigan 14, Illinois 7. his owner, Samuel D. Riddle of
Indiana 7, Ohio State 0. Lexington and Philadelphia, end-
Michigan State 13, Marquette 7. ing a three fold career.-
University of Detroit 19, St. Starting in 1919 as a two-year-t
Mary's (Calif.) 6. old lie won 20 of the 21 races he£
Western Michigan 48, Western entered, established five world
Kentucky 0. records and retired after two years
Kent State 26, John Carroll 7. to become the leading money win-
Cincinnati 34, Ohio University 0. ing sire of all time. His third ca-
Ohio Wesleyan 13, Mount Union reer was to his public who regard-
6. ed his life as an open book.
Tilt to 3S
itEAST LANSIN, Mich., Nov. 1
-P)-A Marquette fumble in the
final period set up a Michigan
State touchdown enabling the
Spartans to squeeze out a 13 to 7
victory before 23,856 fans today
in perfect football weather.
Michigan State scored early in
the first period to climax a sus-
tained 79-yard drive.
The lone Marquette score came
in the waning moments of the
game to reward a tricky T forma-
tion passing attack.
The victory was the fourth in
six starts for the Spartans, and
the defeat gave the Hilltoppers a,
3-3 won and lost record.
Spartan fullback Jim Blenkhorn
powered the Spartans' first period
touchdown drive and went over
from the Marquette one-yard line
for the score. After an exchange
of punts the Spartans took over on
their own 21-yard line. Blenkhorn
went through center and galloped
to the Hilltoppers' 40-yard line
before he was driven out of
A penalty against Marquette
gave Michigan State five yards
and two plays later Steve Sieradz-
ki raced through guard for a first
down on the Marquette 28. Blenk-
horn and Chandnois picked up
four yards each and Sieradzki
went through tackle to the Hill-
topper 13. Blenkhorn powered his
way through center to the four-
yard line and Sieradzki made it a
first down on the Marquette one.
Two plays later Blenkhorn piled
through center for the touchdown.
George Smith kicked the extra
point, giving the Spartans a 7 to
Wolverine Lightweights Halt Illini 33-0
Debut of 150 Pounders
On Gridiron Impressive
Michigan's 150-pound football
team wrote a successful first page
in its history book yesterday
morning at Ferry Field as they
trampled a lightweight Illinois
After getting off to a slow start,
Coach Keene's midget Wolverines
took advantage of every break and
played heads up ball all the way
to hand the Illini their second
straight loss of the Big Nine sea-
son. Illinois clicked off 15 first
downs to Michigan's 12, and drove
deep into Wolverine territory on
several occasions. A stiff defense
by the Michigan forward wall and
the outstanding running and pass-
ing of Charlie Ketterer and John
Wilcox, who accounted for three
Michigan scores, spelled the mar-
gin of victory for the Maize and
Wilcox' interception of Dean
Ryan's pass on the Michigan
ten yard line broke up an early
Illinois drive and set the stage
for the first Wolverine score.
Rosatti, Michigan fullback pick-
ed up five yards to the 15 and on
the next play Charlie Ketterer
faded back and flipped a long
pass to Wilcox who took the
ball on the Illini 45 and went
all the way for the first score.
Ketterer's try for the extra
point was blocked.
Michigan kicked off to Illinois
and after two line plays had net-
ted a minus three yards, Illinois'
fumbled and the Wolverines re-
covered on the opponents 19 yard
line. Rosatti carried to the 16 from
where Wilcox skirted his left end
for the second touchdown. Ket-
terer's kick was good and the Wol-
verines led 13-0.
An intercepted pass on the
Michigan 25 yard marker set the,
pint sized scoring machine in mo-
tion again. An eleven yard touch-
down jaunt over left tackle by
Ross Marshall put the dollar sign
on a 64 yard Wolverine drive. Ket-
terer's kick was wide and the half
ended with Michigan leading 19-0.
The second half was marked by
frequent substitutions as Coach
Keene sent as many of his green
and untried gridders into the
After Michigan kicked off to
open the second half, the Illini
stalled on their 42. Joe Wasko
kicked to Ketterer on the 26
and a beautifully executed re-
verse shook Doug Wicks into the
clear and the speedy Wolverine
halfback raced all the way to
paydirt. Once more Ketterer's
kick was good and the score-
board read 26-0.
Charlie Ketterer, Michigan field
general and captain set up the
final touchdown.His pass to Jim
Costa put the ball on the Illini 15.
Ketterer lugged it to the one
where John Wilcox cracked over
left guard for the score.
... DO YOU KNOW that the
last undisputed Big Ten title
Michigan won was in 1933 when
Stan Fay led the Maize and
Blue through an undefeated
season. Only mar on their rec-
ord was a scoreless tie with
Lij ack Stars
CLEVELAND, Nov. 1- (P) -
Notre Dame's alert and magnifi-
cently equipped gridders turned
three Navy fumbles and an inter-
cepted pass into touchdowns today
to sink the Middies 27 to 0 before
84,070 fans, and rolled on toward
the national championship with
their fifth straight conquest.
The South Bend sensations
scored in each of the first three
periods, and only a fumble on the
goal line kept them from hitting
pay dirt in the final stanza with a
lineup of third and fourth string-
With quarterbacks Johnny Lu-
jack and Frank Tripucka doing
the tossing the Notre Dameshit
the airlines for 263 yards, con-
pleting 18 of 27 attempts, two for
Navy's oft-beaten team also was
forced to the skies as its ground
game was held to 112 yards, and
the Middies bit off 139 yards over-
head although connecting on only
nine of 28 attempts. The Irish had
a 17 to 10 edge in first downs, get-
ting 11 through the air to four for
The payoff came early when
Leon Hart of Turtle Creek, Pa.,
Notre Dame end, picked up half-
back Bob Schwoefferman's fumble
on the Navy 47. Two plays later
Lujack tossed 29 yards to halfback
Jimmy Brennan in the end zone,
and Notre Dame was out front to
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George Taliaferro - who sli( ered Mississippi State to a 20-0
through tackle to score Indiana's triumph over Tulane, as he put
lone touchdown as the Hoosiers on an excellent display cf running
defeated Northwestern, 7-0. ability.
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Doak Walker-who turned in an
all-around defensive performance
of passing, kicking and running
for SMU's victory over powerful
* * *
Harry Gilmer- who personally
acounted for one touchdown and
whose passing paved the way to
Alabama's win over Tulane.
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Shorty McWilliams-who pow -
Russ Steger-who kept his Illi-
nois team in the game all the way
in addition to reaching pay dirt
for the only Illini TD.
... DO YOU KNOW that the
largest crowd ever to witness a
Mlichig-an hame g-ame saw thve
Wolverines lose to Notre Dame
in 1943 by a 35-12 count. Tem-
porary stands had to be erected
to accommodate the overflow
e:wd of 86,408.
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can Chemical Society: Meeting,
Nov. 5, 4:15 p.m., Rm. 151, Chem-
istry Bldg. Dr. Lothar Meyer of
the Institute for the Study of
Metals, University of Chicago, will
speak on "The Properties of He-
lium II." The public is invited.
Association of University of
Michigan Scientists: Mon., Nov. 3,
8 p.m., East Conference Room,
Rackham Bldg. Dr. Richard
Meier, Executive Director of the
Federation of American Scientists,
will discuss the national program
of political activity by scientists.
The public is invited.
University Women Veterans' As-
sociation: Dream Date Mixer,
Mon., Nov. 3, 7:30 p.m., Grand
Rapids Room, Michigan League.
U. of M. Radio Club: Meeting,
Rm. 246 W. Engineering Bldg.,
7:30 p.m., Nov. 4. Ann Arbor Am-
ateurs W8TLL and W8WLD will
display mobile rigs.
Alpha Kappa Psi, Professional
Business Fraternity: Regular busi-,
ness meeting, Chapter House, 7:30
p.m. Mon., Nov. 3.
Sigma Delta Chi: Meeting, 7
p.m., Tues., Nov. 4, Rm. 316 Michi-
gan Union. Business meeting will
precede a talk and discussion at
8 p.m., on "Radio News" by the di-
rector of Radio Station WHRV.
Gilbert and Sullivan Operatic
Society: Choral rehearsal, Mon.,
7 p.m., Michigan League.
Prof. Kenneth Cox, U. of M. Law
School, will review "Constitutional
Limitations on the Un-American
Activities Committee" at 4 p.m.,
Tues., Nov. 4, Rm. 304, Michigan
Union; auspices of the U. of M.
lawyers guild. Open discussion
following the review. All students
and faculty members are invited.
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