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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1947

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

MICH.STATE 14 PURDUE
TEMPLE 6 PITTSBURGH

28 ARMY
0 PENN.

7 PENN. STATE 20 INDIANA
7 NAVY 7 MARQUETTE

48 ILLINOIS
6 OHIO STATE

28 IOWA
7 MINNESOTA

13 NOTRE DAME 26
7 N WESTERN 19

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Indiana Rips
Hilltoppers
In 48,.6 Tilt
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Nov. 15
P-(A)-The Indiana Hoosiers fin-
ally found their scoring punch to-
day and smashed a fighting Mar-
quette team, 48 to 6.
The Big Nine eleven tallied in
every period and at no time eased
up on the Hilltoppers from Mil-
waukee.
The Hoosiers started scoring in
the middle of the first period and
made their final tally after the
game had ended while a pass play
was in progress.
Indiana piled up the tremendous
total of 570 yards gained, on which
380 came from passing.
The soggy field and chill weath-
er was little handicap to the pass-
ing Hoosiers, who scored four of
their touchdowns in the air.

Tea gue Sparks Wisconsin Win
Lone iigan Tally by Wilcox

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Scores

PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 15 -&P) -
Army, rebounding from last week's
battering by Notre Dame, dumped

EVANSTON, Ill.. Nov. 15-{P)--
The dogged, mud-splashed North-
vestern Wildcats, humiliated by
five defeats in seven earlier starts,
Almcst made a myth of Netre
Dame's football invincibility to-
'ay, but the desperate Fighting
Irish shook off the surprise for a
26 to 19 victory, their seventh in
a row.

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MADISON, Wis., Nov. 15-Wis-
consin's football factory gained
the only consolation of its three
game week-end with Michigan
when their Jayvees sloshed to a
19-6 victory over the Wolverines
in the mud and snow of the Camp
Randall practice field yesterday
morning..
The Badgers showed they
meant business by scoring the
first time they had their hands
on the ball. After taking a Wol-
verine punt on their own 35,
they rolled u two first downs
and then shook their ace Negro
halffack, Jack Teague, loose
around left end for 27 yards and
the score. Cal Vernon kicked the
extra point and the first half
ended, 7-0.
In the third period, the two wet,
shivering elevens evidently forgot
about all the snow and mud and
tallied three times. Teague got
the first on a 12-yard jaunt and
Vernon got the last one on a

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twisting 55-yard romp around
right end.
Michigan sandwiched their
only score between these two.
John Ghindia put Wisconsin in
a ilde with a beautiful punt
from his own 35 to the Badger
15. On the next play, Anderson
recovered a Cardinal fumble on
the 10 to set up the score.
Wilcox spun around left end
from the five yard line to score.
Ryan's plunge for the extra point
was stopped and the scoring end-
ed at 19-6.
Smith's Runs
Pace M.S.C.
T empe Defeated
By Spartans, 14-6
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 15-U P)
-Horace Smith, 176-pound soph-
omore halfback, led Michigan
State to a 14-6 victory over Temp-
le today, scoring twice on plays of
54 and 72 yards.
The game, played in a steady
drizzle, reached its climax in the
fourth period.State took a 14-0
lead on the second and longest
of Smith's brilliant runs and
Temple came back with a
pass that netted 61 yards and
set up a touchdown.
State then drove all the way
from its 37 to the Temple eight,
where Temple held and came back
with fakes and passes that carried
the ball to the Middle Westerners'
10 as the game ended.
Smith, a slender Negro, who
was timed in the fast time of
14.7 for the high hurdles in high
l school, overshadowed Temple's
Phil Slosburg, with his slashing,
driving runs.
The game drew a scant 2,000 to
the Temple Stadium. It was Mich-
igan State's sixth victory against
two defeats, and for Temple the
fifth defeat with three victories.
Statistically, Michigan State held
the upper hand with 12 first
downs to Temple's 11, and a net
of 201 yards rushing against 92.
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EAST
Franklin and Marshall 27, Ur-
sinus 0.
Maine 19, Bates 13.
Buffalo 14, Bucknell 6.
John Hopkins 40, Haverford 13.
Penn State 20, Navy 7.
Lafayette 7, Fordham 0.
Army 7, Pennsylvania 7 (tie).
Michigan State 14, Temple 6.
Harvard 13, Brown 7.
Syracuse 7, Colgate 0.
Columbik, 10, Holy Cross 0.
Dartmouth 21, Cornell 13.
Rutgers 40, New York Univer-
sity 0.
Princeton 17, Yale 0.
Virginia 6, West Virginia 0.
Boston University 33, Kings
Point 6.
R.P.I. 27, Brooklyn College 12.
New Hampshire 14, Connecticut
6.
Wesleyan 13, Trinity 0.
Tufts 20, Massachusetts 6.
Middlebury 19, Vermont 0.
MI1)WEST
Illinois 28, Ohio State 7.
Indiana 48, Marquette 6.
Iowa 13, Minnesota 7.
Michigan 40. Wisonsin 6.
Detroit 37, St. Luis 6.
Wayne (Mich. 7, George Wash-
ington 6.
North Dakota State vs. Morn-
ingside, cancelled, snow.
Western Michigan 12, Beloit 0.
Hillsdale 26, Detroit Tech 0.
Notre Dame 26, Northwestern
19.
Purdue 28, Pittsburgh 0.
Kansas 13, Oklahoma A & M 7.'
Oklahoma 21, Missouri 12.
Baldwin-Wallace 27, Case 0.
Cincinnati 7, Western Reserve 6.
Bowling green 19, Iowa State
Teachers College 7.
Omaha University 19, Colorado
State 6.
Denison 18, Ohio Wesleyan 6.
Oberlin 20, Muskingum 6.
Miami (O.) University 22,
Wichita University 7.
Iowa State 14, Kansas State 0.
Xavier 18, Marshall (Hunting-
ton, W. Va.) 7.
Lake Forest 6, Albion (Mich.)
College 0.
SOUTH
Tennessee 38, Boston College 13.
South Carolina 0. Duke 0. (tie).
North Carolina 19, Maryland 0.
North Carolina State 20, Wake
Forest 0.
William & Mary 45, Wash. &
Lee 6.
Alabama 14, Georgia Tech. 7.
Virginia Tech 26, Richmond 14.
Florida 7, Tulane 7 (tie).
Kentucky 36, Evansville 0.
Mississippi 52, Chattanooga 0.
The Citadel 7, V.M.I. 6.
Georgia 28, Auburn 6.
Louisiana State 21, Mississippi
State 6.
Sewanee 14, Centre College 6.
SOUTHWEST
Southern Methodist 14, Arkan-
sas 6.
Texas 20, Texas Christian 0.
Rice 41, Texas A. & M. 7.
FAR WEST
Washington State 14, Oregon
State 13.
Idaho 13, Utah 6.
California 60, Montana 14.
Nevada 55, Montana State 0.
UCLA 34, Washington 7.
Oregon 21, Stanford 6.
Colorado 21, Wyoming 6.
Utah State 20, Denver 0.

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mighty Pennsylvania from the(
ranks of the nation's undefeated,.
untied elevens today by battling
the Quakers to a 7 to 7 deadlockI
at Franklin Field.
A chilled crowd of 78,000 saw
the two eastern powers each grind
out a long scoring drive in the
second quarter, and then settlej
back to hold each other in check
throughout the last half.

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Tripucka's aerial and pranced
18 yards for a third marker.
Northwestern fumbled the ball
seven times, and lost it on four
occasions. Two of tle bobbles ver
recovered by the grea t Not re Dame
tackle. George Connor, at oppor-
tune times.
The Irish, who netted 284
yards by rushing while holding
Northwestern to 49, passed t:)
three touchdlowns and 7-e '1
yards on the ground for the
fourth. Only twice did they
fumble away the slick ball, and

lost it once. That timhe came
hlte in the hal period when
Terry Brennan let it escape
from him on the three-yard line
after the Irish had marched 50
yards. End Stan Gorki pounced
on it to end the threat.
Four players scored for Notre
Dame as the Irish rolled up a 20-6
halftime margin.
In all, Tripucka and Lujack
connected on seven out of 15
passes for a gain of 126 yards.
Northwestern compensated by
alertly waiting for the breaks, hit
on seven of 11 tosses for 83 yards.

Playing on a soggy field in a
Grizzle, the Wildcats marched
81 yards for one touchdown,
turned a pass interception into
another, and then sent a sellout
throng of 48,000 to their feet in
the last quarter when third-
string Peewee Day filched Frank

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Georgia Tech
BIRMINGHAM, ALA., Nov. 15-
(3)--Alabama bounced Georgia
Tech from the list of nation's per-
fect-record teams today, 14-7, as
Harry Gilmer turned in one of his
brighter pitching performances.
A capacity crowd of 35,000
watched in awe as Gilmer passed
the favored Yellow Jackets dizzy
in the first half, when he complet-
ed seven of eight tosses. He had
five straight without a miss to
carry the Tide 57 yards of a first-
period, 69-yard scoring drive.
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down himself on a plunge, he
threw two more passes to end
Rebel Steiner in the second per-
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tally to climax a 22-yard scoring
movement. He completed 11 of 13
passes for the day.

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