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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY,

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N'WESTERN
UCLA

27PURDUE
26 OSU

24 INDIANA
20 WISCONSIN

7 ILINO
7 IOWA

35 TEXAS
12 N. CAROLINA

341 NOTRE DAME 40'MICH. STATE
0 PITT 61MISS.STATE

7 GEORGIA
0 LSU

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Gridiron HeroesI

BILL LUONGO-Penn-Scored
four touchdowns to lead the red
and blue to a 59-0 rout at La-
fayette.
WARREN HUEY - Michigan
State--Caught a pass on the
eight-yard line and scored from
there, tallying State's only touch-
down enabling them to beat Mis-
sissippi State, 7-0.
PERRY MOSS-Illinois-Guid-
ed the Illini in their 35-12 defeat
of Iowa.
LOU KUSSEROW-Columbia-
Scored the first and passed 35
yards for the second touchdown
as the Lions nipped Navy 13-6.
JULES SIEGLE-Northwestern
-Grabbed a 33-yard touchdown
pass in the fourth period to hand
the Wildcats a sizzling 27-26 win
over heavily favored UCLA.
RIP ROWAN - Army-Tallied
twice, as Army displayed her
power of old in downing Colorado,
47-0.
EARL MAVES - Wisconsin-
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Ran 70 yards in the fourth quar-
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with the Indiana Hoosiers, in a
game that had been played most-
ly in Wisconsin territory.
BILL BYE- Minnesota-Start-
ed Gophers on their 28-13 victory
over Nebraska by climaxing a 68
yard drive with a plunge over
center for the touchdown.
JOHNNY. LUJACK - Notre
Dame-Sparked the Irish to 40-6
win over a surprisingly strong Pitt
eleven.
JIM FUCHS-Yale-Scored in-
itial tally with an 11-yard end run
to pace Bulldogs to their second
straight victory, a 14-0 decision
over scrappy Cornell.
RAY EVANS-Kansas-Caught
one touchdown pass and ran six
yards for another score as Kansas
whipped the Iowa State Cyclones,
27-7 in the opening Big Six game.
BOB DE MOSS - Purdue -
Scored once and in general passed
Ohio State dizzy as the Boiler-
makers scored one of the day's
many upsets taking the Buckeyes
into camp 24-20.
Brown To Test Kramer
In Coast Tennis Final
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 4-(AP)-
Tom Brown of San Francisco and
National Amateur Champion Jack
Kramer of Los Angeles advanced
to the finals of the Pacific Coast
Tennis Championships today.
Brown, seeded second, defeated
Jim Brink of Seattle, 6-3, 6-2, 6-3,
while Kramer beat Ed Moylan.,
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Irish Demolish
Panthers, 40-6
Lujack Paces Team
In Big Second Half
PITTSBURGH, Oct. 4-(,)-
The Notre Dame gridiron express
ran late today but engineer John-
ny Lujack's adroitness generated
enough steam to bring the Fight-
ing Irish home on schedule with a
40-6 victory over a surprisingly
tough band of Pitt Panthers.
It was Notre pame's first start
and the 64,333 shirt-sleeved fans
on hand blinked in disbelief as the
Panthers made things hotter than
the 80-degree temperature for al,
most a full half.
The Irish started off to do the
expected by scoring in the first six
minutes as Terry Brennan of Mil-
waukee plunged three yards for a
touchdown in climax to a 57-yard
march. But from there on until
the last few minutes of the half,
it was strictly a Pitt show.

Extent of Wolverine Power
Still Untested Despite Win

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Durket, who consistently boomed
high spiral punts that would have
kept the Wolverines at bay, but
for the brilliant punt returning of
Gene Derricotte and Bump Elliott.
Derricotte, late in the first
quarter took a Durket punt on the
Michigan 23 and legged it be-
hind beautiful blocking to the
Stanford 25, but part of the run
was nullified by a clipping pen-
alty.
The second quarter offense
was spearheaded by Derricotte
who scored twice to make the
halftime score, 42-0. He started
a 54-yard sustained drive to
notch the first second period
touchdown, by pitching a per-
fect jump pass to Ed McNeil,
Wolverine end, who raced it to
the Stanford 27.
Hank Fonde, running the re-
verse, raced to the seven. Derri-
cotte took a handoff from Yerges,
who did some excellent faking,
and hit to the two. Stanford tight-

GENE DERRICOTTE . . . vet-
eran Wolverine shifty left half
from Defiance, Ohio, who ac-
counted for two second period
Michigan TDs on one yard
dives.

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UCLA Clawed
By The Associated Press
EVANSTON, Ill., Oct. 4 - A
fourth-string halfback, speedy
Jules Siegle, grabbed a 33-yard
touchdown pass in the fourth pe-
riod to hand inspired Northwest-
ern a sizzling 27 to 26 win over
heavily-favored UCLA before 44,-
000 at Dyche Stadium today.
The actual victory margin was
provided by Quarterback Jim Far-
rar's point-after-touchdown, but
Siegle-in his first and only play
of the game-broke the back of
the heralded Uclans with his pay-
off snach from Farrar midway of
the closing period with Northwest-
ern behind, 26 to 20.
The Uclans blew a 13-0 lead in
the second period and were de-
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moralized by two sensational
Northwestern touchdown runs in
thethird period-a 93-yard kickoff
return by Frankie Aschenbrenner
and a 66-yard punt return by Tom
Worthington.
lini Tumbles Iowa
IOWA CITY, Iowa, Oct. 4-(P)-
You can count Illinois in on the
battle for the 1947 Western Con-
ference football championship,
too.
The Illini, although minus sev-
eral of the stars who led Illinois
to the 1946 title and a Rose Bowl
triumph,, showed a tremendous
running and passing game today
as they opened their 1947 bid
with a 35 to 12 victory over Iowa
before a crowd of 52,294 today.
Expertly guided by Perry Moss
from the quarterback slot, the Il-
lini piled up a 21 to 6 half time
margin, and continued their dom-
ination through the second half
against an Iowa team anxious to
make amends for a loss to UCLA,
Purdue Tips OSU
LAFAYETTE, Ind., Oct. 4-Pur-
due University's Boilermakers, los-
ing the lead three times, ham-
mered back to defeat Ohio State's
Buckeyes, 24 to 20, today.
The 34,000 fans were repaid for
Bi ine
Standings
TEAM Won Lost Tied Pct.
Illinois 1 0 0 1.000
Wisconsin 1 0 1 .750
Purdue 1 1 0 .500
Indiana 0 0 1 .500
Michigan 0 0 0 .000
N'western 0 0 0 .000
Minnesota 0 0 0 .000
Ohio State0 1 0 .000
Iowa 0 1 0 .000

a pre-game drenching by a grid-
iron foot race that made 50-yard
line boxes the poorest seats in
Ross-Ade Stadium.
It was Purdue's first Western
Conference victory in two seasons
and the first for Coach Stewart
K. (Stu) Holcomb, former Army
line coach and one-time team-
mate of Ohio State's Coach Wes-
ley Fesler.
Badgers Tie d.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Oct. 4-
Earl Maves of Wisconsin scooted
to yards today to get a 7-to-7 tie
played in Wisconsin's territory
most of the afternoon.
The squat Badger senior broke
through the center of the line
when the Badger fortunes were
low in the last quarter and not a
Hoosier could lay a hand on him
as he raced to the goal line 70
yards back.
George Taliaferro, Indiana's
brilliant sophomore, led his team
on a series of sustained drives
but only one paid off, and that
in the third. He crossed up the
Badgers after a series of line
plays and passed to End Lou
Mihajovich in the end zone.
Gophers Triumph
LINCOLN, Nebr., Oct. 4-Min-
nesota handled Nebraska merci-
lessly in the first half and the
fourth period today to crush the
Huskers, 28 to 13, in a Big Nine-
Big Six inter-conference game be-
fore 36,000.

ened and made a brilliant goal
line stand, but a fourth down in-
terference penalty in the end-
zone gave Michigan a first down
on the one yard line. Derricotte
then went over.
Less than a minute later, Derri-
cotte did it again after J.T. White'
set up the score by intercepting
a pass thrown by Morris and had
run it to the Stanford 4-yard
line. Derricotte took it over in
two plays. Brieske split the up-
rights and the half ended, 42-0.
The second half was a dif-
ferent story, and served' to ex-
plode the myth that Coach
Fritz Crisler's third team is as
good as his first which he used
only during Brieske's seventh
straight conversions.
The Indians scored once in the
third and once in the fourth
quarter.The passing of second
rering quarterback Morris and
the running of little Wayne Erick-
son and Mickey Titus sparked
Stanford's second half play.
Erickson sprinted 21 yards to
Michigan's 49 with a Teninga punt
to begin the first touchdown
march. Morris passed to end Gene
Martin for 11 yards. Two line
plays failed to gain and Titus
took a lateral from Morris and
streaked to the Wolverine eight-
yard line, running behind the
blocking of guard Pinky Phleger
who escorted him all the way. Ti-
tus and Erickson then alternated
and moved the ball to the two
from where Erickson went wide
for the score. Marty Feldman
missed the conversion.
The Wolverines sandwiched
their final touchdown between
the two Stanford scores. It
came on another long pass, this
time Teninga threw and Don
Kuick, reserve right half, caught
it in the end zone.
Chuck Coker, 225-pound full-
back went over for Stanford's sec-
ond touchdown, hurtling across
from the one yard line after a
series of passes from Morris to
end Dan Mervin had set up the
score. Mervin then converted.
Michigan's overall supremacy in
the statistical department was
challenged only in the first down
department where the Indians ac-
cumulated a 13-10 advantage. All
but three coming in the second
half.
Michigan, usually primarily a
running team, rolled up more
yardage on passes than on the3
ground. With Chappuis, Derri-
cotte, and Teninga joined by five
othersMichigan tossers, the Wol-
verines went overland for 252
yards, while running for only 184,
96 of which were gained by Weis-
enburger.
Defensively the entire first two
teams were much more efficient
than against Michigan State a
week ago.

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Football Scores
By The Associated Press Mis'sissippi33,S. Carolina 0.
EAST Arkansas 6, TCU 4.
Colgate 20, Kingspoint 0. Oklahoma, 26, Texas A&M 14.
Columbia 13, Navy 6. SMU 35, Missouri 19.
Army 47, Colorado 0. Virginia 41, Virginia Tech 7.
Holy Cross 19, Temple 16. WEST
Penn 59, Lafayette 0.
Yale 14, Cornell 0. California 45, St. Mary's 6.
Princeton 21, Brown 7. Oregon State 14, Washington 7.
Penn State 54, Bucknell 0. USC 7, Rice 7 (tie).
Dartmouth 28, Syracuse 7.
Harvard 19, Boston U. 14Washington State 7, Idaho 0.
N.Y.U. 19, Brooklyn College 0. Nevada 13, Oregon 6.
Amherst 13, Coast Guard 0. Wyoming 12, Brigham Young 7.
SOUTH Kansas 27, Iowa State 7.
Georgia Tech 20, Tulane 0. Ohio University 14, Butler 7.
Vanderbilt 14, Alabama 7. Western Mich. 14, Wash. U. 0.
Duke 19, Tennessee 7. Utah 35, Hawaii 0.
William and Mary 56, Citadel 7. Arizona 40, Montana 7.
Wake Forest 16, Clemson 14. Cincinnati 20, St. Bonaventure 14.

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