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23, 1947

THE MICHIGAN DAI.Y

PAGE SEVEN

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LOS ANGELES, Nov. 22--UP)-
Playing before a record smashing
crowd of 102,050 frenzied fans,
Southern California's powerful
Trojans defeated UCLA 6 to 0 to-
day to win the Pacific Coast Con-
ference championship and roll on
to play mighty Michigan in the
Rose Bowl New Year's Day.
Clinching their 10th visit to the
famed Pasadena Bowl, the Car-
dinal and gold scored its lone
touchdown in the second quarter,
' and as the sell-out crowd-largest
to see a college football game in
the nation this year-thundered in
thexcitement, staved off aa-Uclan
threat of tying the score in the
final two minutes of the game.
The Trojans thus wound up
their Conference season with a
perfect record. A tie with Rice,
7-7, in intersectional play was
the only blot on their record.

Notre Dame remains on the
schedule, but the outcome will
have no bearing on the conference
Rose Bowl selection.
Official confirmation that USC
will go to the Pasadena Platter
remains to be voted by the Con-
crence Monday, but after today's
lincher the vote is merely a for-
Toda's attle was an action-
filled contest from start to fin-
ish-am some of the lads on
thge lh'hl carried on the battle
with fists after it of fiaAy fin-
ished. But no damag was done
and the melee was quickly brok-
en up.
Troy apparently hoping to playj
this safr andl hold back for their
r- ditional Tame with Notre Dame.
soon found out the thrice-whipped
Bruins were fired for combat to-
day.

HOT FOR TOP SPOT:
Irish S wamp Tulane
With First Quarter Spree
SOUTH BEND, Ind., Nov. 22-(AP-Undefeated Notre Dame, ex-
(loding for five opening period touchdowns, rolled up its eightl
straight victory and its largest score of the season with a 59-6 rout
of bewildered Tulane before an Irish home finale crowd of 57,000
today.
With Coach Frank Leahy in Los Angeles scouting Southern Cali-
fornia, Notre Dame's only remaining hurdle in its bid for a second
- straight national crown. the Irisl-

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The Troys running game was
virtually bottled up by an heroic
Bruin line, but a couple of sharp
passers-George Murphy and his
s-ophomcre ui derstudy Jim (Mys-
tic) Powers, s;Nelled the difference
-and won the game.
Powers threw the winning pass
--an arching toss from the Bruin
3-yard line into the end zone and
the waiting arms of reserve half-
back Jack Kirby. Tom Walker's
try for the extra point was wide.
GilmerTide
Rol Over LSU
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 22-(AP)-
Alabama's Crimson Tide, which
marched to a 41-12 win over the
Tigers of Louisiana State Univer-
sity today, will be the host team in
the Sugar Bowl here on Jan. 1.
The Midwinter Sports Associa-,
tion, in announcing the selection
of Alabama, said the Tide had ac-
cepted the invitation. An opponent
will be selected Nov. 29.
The tide will be making its sec-
ond appearance in the Sugar Bowl
in the last four years. On Jan. 1,
1945, the Tide was edged out by
Duke University 29 to 26 in a sen-
sational game.
In that game, as today, Harry
Gilmer sparked the attack com-
peting eight consecutive passes to
insure the victory.
Alabama's whirlwind finish in-
cluded the following wins: 26 to 0
over Duquesne; 10 to 0 over Ten-
nessee; 17 to 7 over Georgia; 13 to
0 over Kentucky; 14 to 7 over
Georgia Tech and 21 to 12 over
Louisiana State.
Hat Trick Gives
Wings 8-5 Win
DETROIT, Nov. 22-(/P)-Rookie
Jim McFadden rapped in' three
goals, two of them within eight
seconds in the dying minutes of
the game to give the Detroit Red
Wings an 8 to 5 National Hockey
League victory over the Chicago
Black Hawks tonight before 12,-
351 'fans.
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plainly were swinging to replace
Michigan at the top of the Asso-
ciated Press National Poll. The
Wolverines last week unseated the
Irish with a 40-6 rout of Wiscon-
sin.
After scoring 32 points in the
first period, mainly on Tulane
mental lapses, the Irish banged
across two more touchdowns in
each of the third and fourth pe-
riods.
Seven backs figured in the Irisl
scoring with fleet Terry Brennan,
who was carried from the field ir
the third period, his knee badly
wrenched, and Emil Sitko, each
scoring twice.t
Assistant Coach Ed Krluse
mercifully yanked the Irish first
stringers after they ran them-
selves dizzy in the first period
storing spree.
It was against Notre Dame re-
serves that Tulane pushed across
its only score in the second perioc
with back Ed Price smashing ovej
from the one-foot line to cap ,
73-yard march, that was the day's
best offensive showing of the en-
gulfed Green Wave.

ns Lose
Badgers Take
21-0 Drubbing
Fro m Gophers
Tit Pass Def ense
Wins for Minnesota
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 22- -~
Minnesota's football team, long
considered strictly a power outfit.
set up a pass defense that gave it
>wo touchdowns and sprang a pass
play of its own to hand Wisconsin
-L 21 to 0 trimming in 23-degre
veather today.
Score on Interception
A season's record crowd of 63,-
852 chilled fans watched as half-
back Bud Hausken intercepted a
pass by Wisconsin halfback Earl
3irard in the second quarter and
raced 40-yards for the first Min-
nesota score. With that lead, the
_-ophers took command and never
vere in serious danger.
Sub quarterback Bll Thiele
counted Minnesota's second tally
-n a pass frcm halfback Ex
7aunce in the third period, catch-
ng the 26-yard heave on the one-
:ard line to cross standing up.
,asses No Help
In the final period, Wisconsir
attempted pass ofter pass, but
their aerial attack gave the Goph-
rs another touchdown when
Thiele snatched halfback Gene
.vans heave intended for Girard.
rhiele grabbed the ball on the 37-
7ard line and snaked his way
hrough the Badgers.
Sub halfback Don Bailey kicked
all three points after touchdown.

Bears Avert
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PALO ALTO, Calif., Nov. 22-
(I. -California's Bears, scoring an
80-yard touchdown pass with less
than three minutes to go, came
from behind today to defeat a
fighting Stanford team 21-18 in
their 50th annual football classic
played before 88,000 wildly cheer-
ing fans.
Beaten eight times before going
into action today, the Indians
electrified the huge throng by tak-
ing an 18-14 lead over the power-
ful Bears when the scoreboard
clock showed four minutes and 45
seconds left to play.
California. wnicn closed out
great season with nine victorie,
in 10 games, took the opening
uckoff and passed and smashed 6
t'ards to score in the first three
and a half minutes.
Owls Victors, 7-0
FORT WORTH, Tex., Nov. 22-
--P)-The Rice Owls clinched thire
(lace in the Southwest Conference
today when they scored a firs'
quarter touchdown and held on for
a 7-0 victory over Texas Chris-
tian University.
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Cancellation Gane Belved
Due to Racial Discrimination
DELAWARE, O.. Nov. 22-A'- President C. F. Ficken of Ohio
Wesleyan University tonight disclosed cancellation of the football
game between Wesleyan and Rollins College at Orlando, Fla., "for an
unforeseen and unavoidable cause."
The cancellation, said President Ficken, came from Dean Wen-
dell C. Stone of Rollins College just two hours before the Wesleyan
squad was to entrain for Orlando.
It would have been the third meeting of the two schools and
President Ficken said the supposition was Rollins cancelled the game
because Ohio Wesleyan refused to leave Ken -Woodward, a Negro
player, at home.

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Football Scores

EAST
Penn State 29, Pittsburgh 0.
Boston College 25, St. Mary's
(Calif) 7.
Boston University 20, Colgate 14.
Lafayette 7, Lehigh 0.
Muhlenberg 39, Bucknell 0.
Yale 31, Harvard 21.
Holy Cross 48, Fordham 0.
West Virginia 21, Temple 0.
Columbia 28, Syracuse 8.
Washington & Lee 18, Delaware
13.
Western Maryland 14, Johns
Hopkins 14 (tie).
Princeton 14. Dartmouth 12.
MIDWEST
Michigan 21, Ohio State 0.
Notre Dame 59, Tulane 6.
Northwestern 28, Illinois 13.
Indiana 16, Purdue 14.
Minnesota 21,rWisconsin 0.
Tulsa 30, Detroit 20.
Cincinnati 26, Butler 19.
Oklahoma 14, Nebraska 13.
Kansas 20, Missouri 14.
SOUTH
Alabama 41, Louisiana State 12.
Georgia 27, Chattanooga 0.
Tennessee 13, Kentucky 6.
Maryland 20, Vanderbilt 6.
Davidson 28, Citadel 7.
Clemson 34, Auburn 18.

Georgia Tech 51, Furman 0.
North Carolina 21, Duke 0.
North Carolina State 7, Virginia
2.
William & Mary 20, Bowling
Green (Ohio) 0.
SOUTHWEST
Southern Methodist 10, Baylor
0.
Texas Tech 26, New Mexico
University 20.
Rice 7, Texas Christain 0.
FAR WEST
Washington 20, Washington
State 0.
Colorado A & M 21, Wyoming
6.
USC 6, UCLA 0.
California 21, Stanford 18.
Oregon 14, Oregon State 6.
Kansas Gains Tie
In B*g Six Race
LAWRENCE, Kas., Nov. 22--0P)
-Storming from behind in the
last minute of play, the Kansas
Jayhawks defeated the Missouri
Tigers 20 to 14 here today to gain
a tie with Oklahoma for the Big
Six Conference football champion-
ship.
An all-time record Kansas home
crowd of 40,043 saw the Jayhawks
stop a Missouri threat six yards
from a touchdown then wing to
victory on the passing and running
of Ray Evans. Forrest Griffith,
fullback, scored the winning
touchdown

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