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Irish Defeat USC 38-7,
Finish Unbeaten Season
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rout was when Bucky O'Connor
ran wild and the Irish blanked
Try 27-0 in 1930.
Southern California took the
kickoff and Notre Dame got the
first break. Fullback Verl Lilly-'
white fumbled and the Irish came
up with the ball on the SC 33.
Then the fearsome foursome of the
Irish went to work-Lujack, Sitko,
John Panelli and Livingstone.
They drove over the fighting Tro-
jans to the seven, and, with five
to go for first down, gave Earley
his field goal opportunity.
Late in the first quarter, taking
over on their own 12, the same
foursome marched slowly but de-
cisively 88 yards in 16 plays. In the
march Livingstone went for 16,
Lujack passed to his backs for 15,
for 12, Dor 19 and with the ball
on the one just as the second
quarter began, Sitko rammed over
the Trojan left guard for the
score. That gave the Irish a 10-
The Trojans got the next
break. Second string quarter-
Lack Jim Powers swiped one of
Lujack's passes on the Irish 44.
Sophomore Jimmy and Gordon
Gray combined to get to the
eight as the stands went wild.
On fourth down, four to go,
Jack Kirby, another second
string back, took a flat pass
from Powers, stepped high and
hard over his right flankers and
crossed the goal line. The con-
version was good and the half
ended with Notre Dame nursing
h 10-7 lead.
The Irish took the kick off back
0 the 24 as the second half
opened and on the first play from
scrimmage this dynamic man
Sitko virtually broke up the ball
game. He raced 76 yards, with his
lineman, big George Connor, ex-
ecuting the final block on what
appeared to be the only Trojan
left standing on the field.
Before the third period another
marker was up. Lujack, returning
the favor, stopped one of Powers'
passes in midfield and the Irish
charged 53 yards in eight plays,
Panelli gouging the middle of the
line for the final five yards.
The next scoring play was
even more disheartening to
USC. The Troys had gone from
their own 47 to the Irish eight
before Leahy got his big regu-
lars baek in the game ands halt-
ed the threat. On thte first
play after taming over Living-
stone went off his left end, and
down the side stripes 92 yards-
and Notre Dame had a 31-7
lead. Not until then did Leahy
relieve his regulars and start
emptying the bench.
The final score came when Al
~mijewski, newly arrived on the
field, intercepted a lateral and
skipped 30 yards unhampered.
In Time Trials
Over 80 members of the Michi-
gan track squal put on an impres-
sive performance at Yost Field
House yesterday afternoon as they
completed the season's first time
Coach Ken Doherty who said
that today's trials showed "defi-
nite improvement" for his cinder-
men was well pleased with the af-
Mentioned particularly were
Clay Holland who showed much
improvement ' in both hurdle
events, Val Johnson and Herb
Barten who both got under 51
seconds in the quarter mile, and
Justin Williams, a sophomore who
recorded a fine 4:31 mile.
Chuck Fonville took another
crack at the shot put again today
and heaved the sphere 52 feet 2
inches, bettering yesterday's mark
by a whole foot.
Also participating and turning
in some remarkable performances
were a group of freshmen who will
not be eligible but who will be
practicing with the squad during
The second intra-squad gym-
nastics meet of the season was
termed a huge success yesterday
afternoon by coach Newt Loken as
the Maize team defeated the Blue
54-38 before an estimated 250
spectators at the Intramural
Although pleased with the per-
formance of his squad, Loken
pointed out that plenty of hard
work and possibly another intra-
squad meet is in store for the Wol-
verine gymnasts before they will
have developed the poise and con-
fidence necessary under actual
Team score in yesterday's meet
did not mean much due to the
absence of several members of the
Blue team who spent the after-
noon with a psychology exam.
Their places were filled by a group
of gymnasts from Detroit.
Wisconsin 57, Marquette 50.
Indiana 59, DePauw 53.
Xavier 44, Purdue 43.
Notre Dame 66, Indiana State
Montreal 4, Detroit 0.
McMillan, Greer Spark
Varsity With Hat Tricks
Opponents Outclassed in Rugged Contest;
Three Rapid-Fire Markers Set Record
By B. S. BROWN
Striking early in the opening
period, Michigan's hockey team
went on to rack up their first
victory of the 1947-48 season last
night with a convincing win over
the game, but outclassed, McMas-
ter (Ontario) sextet before a ca-
pacity crowd of 1300 at the Coli-I
In scoring their first triumph of
the year, Vic Heyliger's charges,
set a new team record. Last sea-
son, in the contest with McMas-
ter, three goals were scored in one
minute and 48 seconds. Last
night's game saw three tallies
counted in the second frame in one
minute and 35 seconds, two of
them sliced past the McMaster
goalie by Ted Greer.,
Greer and Gordie MacMillan,
the latter the high-scoring ace
for Michigan in the past two
seasons, turned in the hat trick,
lighting the red light three times
McMaster fought stubbornly un-
til the final horn, but could only
tally once, in the first period, on
a mixup in front of the crease.
Center Neil McGhee managed to
slide the puck past Wolverine
goalie Jack MacDonald as he was
coming out of the crease in an
attempt to break up the tangle
and force a face-off. Walt Harris
was given credit for the assist.
Al Renfrew, who tied MacMil-
lan for top scoring honors last
year, took a pass from MacMillon
.ust over the blue line and shot
a high hard drive past McMaster's
starting net-tender, Bob Chittick,
for the first score of the game at
The next tally came on a pass
from husky Bob Marshall, who
played alternately on offense
andydefense, to Bill Jacobson
who feinted Chittick out of posi-
tion and then shot the puck past
the goalie's outstretched arms.
Heyliger made a few changes in
his offensive lines, putting Mar-
shall on the second unit with
Bill Jacobson and Ted Greer.
Owen McArdle was dropped to the
third line center slot, and Sam
Stedman and Leonard Brum
played the wing positions. A fourth
fine was made up of Al Nadeau,
center, with Paul Fontana andl
Herb Upton, who also played de-
fense, on the flanks.
The starting line of McMillan,
Renfrew and Wally Gacek ac-
counted for six of the 13 Wol-
verine markers, with Gacek
creasing the nets on two occa-
Len Brumm netted Michigan's
r third goal in the first period when
Michigan had only five men on
the ice, after Marshall had just
been waved to the penalty box for'
charging. McArdle and Hill were
credited with assists on Brumm's
After the scoring spree put on
by the Wolverines in the initial
period, co-coaches Art Jerome and
Doug Henderson replaced their
starting goalie with Don Shep-
pard, but to no avail. Michigan
was held to three goals in the
final period, one of them a
twenty-foot angle shot by Bob
Marshall, with the assist by Ted
Greer. It was Marshall's second
Tole do Deo4,F',arts
TOLEDO, O., Dec. 6-P-New
Hampshire's eight-game winning
streak was wrecked on the rock
of a rugged Toledo Racketta
today in the first annual Great
"Wildcats dropping a 20 to 14 ver-
diet in the second annual Glass
Bowl contest before a crowd of
The invaders spotted the Rock-
ets to a pair of first-half touch-
downs on five runs by Dick Hus-
ton, a twinkle-toed Negro half-
back, and then roared back with
two sensational scoring spurts in
the final half to throw a scare into
the twice-defeated Toledoans.
Jon, by lxeiilcky
CLEVELAND, Dec. 6-i!P,--Bill
Boller, a 19-year-old sophomore
from Beaver Falls, Pa., sparked
the University of Kentucky Wild-
cats to a 24 to 14 triumph over a
heavier Villanova college eleven
today in the first ennual Great
Lakes football bowl before 14,908.
The fleet 177-pound halfback
tallied a pair of touchdowns in a
wild fourth quarter in which each
team scored twice.
'An aroused Villanova squad
narrowed Kentucky's lead to 10 to
7 early in the final period, but
Boller broke loose for a brilliant
15-yard touchdown run and
streaked into the end zone two
minutes later on a 49-yarnd r('1 urn
of a pass interception.
Villanova cc untered with an-
other score in the closing minutes
but time and Boller ran out
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A look at the standings at this
point in the fraternity and resi-
dence hall tournaments, which
determines the athletic cham-
pions of the respective groups, re-
veals tight races developing for
both winner's trophies.
Green House Leads
In the residence hall league
Greene House leads with 330
points, followed by Lloyd with 312
and Michigan House with 270.
Beta Theta Pi has a hairline one
point edge over the Sig Eps in the
fraternity division with 441 points
for the Betas and 440 for the Sig
Eps. Chi Psi is a close third with
Nu Sigma Nu is on top in the
professional fraternity league.
The all-star teams for the in-
tramural gridiron battles this
year have been picked. There are
three separate teams, picked for
the fraternity, independent and
residence hall players.
For the fraternities Bodycomb,
Alpha Tau Omega and Neeme of
Chi Psi are at the end positions
and Mooney of Phi Gamma Delta
is the center. Blanchard of Alpha
Tau Omega, Daggs of Alpha Phi
Alpha and Veith, Beta Theta Pi
are in the back positions, Daggs is
a repeater from last year's all-star
In the independent division Se-
tomer of the Dodgers and Ritche-
ske of the Mis-Fits hold down the
end positions, while Warshawsky
also of the Mis-Fits is the center
man. Kane, Plevin and Salakin of
the Gooers, Robert Owen Corp.
and Michigan Co-op respectively
are the backfield for the independ-
Residence Hall all-stars include
Keeler of Michigan House and
Topping of Greene at the ends,
and Murray of Greene and Nelson
of Anderson House at tackle. Lip-
pitt of Chicago House is the center
and Neef of Greene, Weber of
Michigan, Baker of Greene, Pap-
pas of Lloyd constitute the back-
field. Of these Topping, Murray
and Pappas are repeaters from the
all-star team of last year.
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