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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1948

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Pitchl I p s ain, 2=1

Notre Dame Whips MSC;
Extends Streak to 21 Games.

Gromek Outpitches San;
Homers by Ioby, Rickert

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SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) Notre
Dame put on another victory
march today-26 to 7-against a
tough Michigan State team.
A crowd of 58,126 saw the Irish
score in every period on parades of
power that went 70, 96, 80 and 20
yards.
Notre Dame thus ran its re-
markable record to 21 games in a
row without a loss.
The Spartans-who lost to
Michigan in their first game by a
close 13 to 7 count-scored first
and made a rugged battle of it
all the way.
Michigan State landed the first
punch in the opening quarter.
Horace Smith set up the oppor-
tunity when he intercepted a pass
on the Irish 21. Lynn Chandnois
went around his left end to the
six, and Leroy Crane crashed
over for a touchdown. Smith
kicked the extra point.
Notre Dame rallied and drove 70
yards on running and passing
plays. Fr ink Tripucka tossed
four yards to Leon Hart for the

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score. Steve Oracko's attempted
conversion was wide.
Notre Dame, from that point
on, made efficient use of its big-
ger and better line. The Irish put
on a 96-yard attack that put
them out in front. The drive was
sparked by a 32-yard dash by Bill
Gay. Mike Swistowicz scurried the
final 12 yards for the decisive
score. Oracko missed the extra
point again.
The Irish put together 80 yards
through the Spartan line and off
the ends and tackles to score for
the third time. Terry Brennan
made the touchdown on a one
yard plunge. Oracko added the
additional point.
The last trip to the goal was
short and quick. Bill Gay snagged
George Guerre's pass on the
Michigan State 35 and brought it
to the Spartan 20. Brennan went
through for six yards, then Emil
Sitko bulled his way for 14 yards
to a touchdown. Oracko kicked the
extra point.

Pitching duels do not, for some
reason, generate a great deal of
enthusiasm, and all this series has
seen is pitching of a very high cal-
iber, indeed,
Today's throng raised its blood
pressure only twice-when Doby
socked the winning hit, and when
Boudreau was called out at third
by umpire Bill Stewart, Cleve-
land's favorite villain, after de-
livering his timely double in the
first inning.
DALE MITCHELL, TRIBE left-
fielder, inaugurated the contest
with a sharp single through the
box, for which Sain didn't even
bother to stoop. Doby was an in-
field out, and then Boudreau,
handsomest of all the managers,
poled a long one down the right
field line.
It was a double easily, and
Mitchell raced across by miles,
but for some reason Lou, who also
is one of the slowest pilots in the
business, decided to stretch it by
one sack.
Tommy Holmes whipped the
ball in to Al Dark, Boston short-
stop, and Al in turn relayed to

Bob Elliott, who was squatting
over third. Boudreau slid, Elliott
planted the ball on him, and
Stewart said the Cleveland lead-
er was a casualty.
ELDER BILL McKACHNIE, the
Cleveland third base coach, who
had encouraged Boudreau to
stretch his luck, first blew his top.
Then Boudreau stuck his chin a-
ROG GOELZ, Night Editor
bout two inches from Stewart's
nose and delivered himself of a
tirade.
It finally was necessary for ro-
tund Bill Summers, who was
working the second base precinct,
to trundle over and pull the two
enraged Indians off the harried
arbiter. From there on the re-
cord crowd missed no opportunity
to vent its wrath on Stewart.

TCU Squeezes Past Hoosiers
BLOOMINGTON, Ind- (P) -Texas Christian University
waited until the last three minutes to uncork its passing attack
against Indiana today, but then aerials bubbled over to give the
Horned Frogs a 7-6 victory over the previously undefeated Hoos-
iers.
Lindy Berry, 19-year-old backfield sensation for the Frogs,
set up TCU's only touchdown threat and then climaxed the 59-
yard march with a dancing eight-yard run around right end for
the score.

Illini Overpowered 26-21, by
Army's Two-Unit Steamroller

EVANSTON. Ill., Oct. -(A)-
Northwestern's undefeated Wild-
cats roaring back from a 16-0 def-
icit in the first nine minutes of
play, today passed over Minne-
sota's brawny line for a 19-16 tri-
umph.
They played before a capacity
crowd of 47,000 in Dyche Stadium.
The victory was Northwestern's
third consecutive and second Big
Nine triumph, while the defeat
was Minnesota's first after non-
conference wins over Washington
and Nebraska.
Northwestern, which had
blanked UCLA 19-0 and Purdue,
21-0, saw its goal line crossed
twice by an alert band of Gophers,
To Calif oria
BERKELEY, Calif -(AP)-Cali-
fornia's Bears, main Rose Bowl
hope of the west coast, crushed
Wisconsin's Badgers 40 to 14 today
in an intersectional football clash
before 66,000 fans.
The big bruising Bears, racking
up their fourth successive victory
in what may well be an undefeat-
ed season, outcharged and out-
maneuvered the Badgers almost
all the way. They held a 40 to 0
lead with only a few minutes left
to play.
WISCONSIN, with California
reserves on the field, rushed over
two quick touchdowns to save it-
self from being blanked. Right
tackle Harold Otterback inter-
cepted a fumble by California's
quarterback Charles Erb. The 203-
pound lineman charged 23 yards
for the touchdown.
The Badgers then put on a 43
yard scoring march, with Gwynn
Christensen going over from six
yards out. A 35-yard pass from
Forrest Parrish to Tom Bennett
featured the advance.
Lisle Blackbourn placekicked
both extra points.
THE BEARS TOOK the open-
ing kickoff and smashed 71 yards
on nine ground plays and one pass
for the initial score. The second
touchdown followed an intercept-
ed pass on the Wisconsin 16.
The Bears started a scoring
march late in the first period and
put over a touchdown just after
the second quarter started. It was
good for 78 yards. Jackie Jensen
paced around right end 13 yards
for the score.

but charged back to victory on
Don Burson's accurate forward
passing.
All of the scoring was concel}-
trated in the first half.
Minnesota hammered across a
safety and two touchdowns for a
16-0 lead before the careless Wild-
cats realized they had a tough
assignment against the hulking
Gopher line.
But the Wildcats-now a strong
favorite to represent the Big Nine
in the Rose Bowl game New Year's
Day-rallied courageously for a
touchdown late in the first period,
and two more in the second.
When Northwestern's heralded
running attack ran into serious
trouble, quarterback Burson took
to the air effectively. His sharp-
shooting sparked a 73-yard march
for Northwestern's fb st touch-
down. This came on a one-yard
sprint around end by Frank Asch-
enbrenner, Northwestern's half-
back.
In the second period, Burson
rifled a 26-yard pay-off pass to
end Charles Hagmann. A few
few minutes later he sewed up the
game with a nine-yard touchdown
shot to halfback Tom Worthing-
ton.
Thereafter the Wildcats waged
a terrificrdefensive battle to pro-
tect their slim lead.

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Football Scores
EAST SOUTH
Columbia 34, Yale 28 Duke 28, Navy 7
Dartmouth 19, Holy Cross 6 Georgia 35, Kentucky 12
Cornell 40, Harvard 6 North Carolina 28, Wake ForesC 6
Pennsylvania 29, Princeton 7 Georgia Tech 27, Washington &
Pittsburgh 16, West Virginia 6 Lee 0
Brown 33, Rhode Island 0 Tennessee 26, Chattanooga 0
New Hampshire 27, Maine 6 William & Mary 31, Virginia Mili-
Rochester 13, DePauw 6 tary 0
Tufts 28, Bates 7 ' Maryland 28, Virginia Tech 0
St. Bonaventure 7, Boston College Hampden-Sydney 19, Emory &
7 (tie) Henry 13
Buffalo 39,Rensselaer Poly Inst. 21 SOUTHWEST
LaFayette 56, Fashington & Jef- Oklahoma 20, Texas 14.
ferson 15 SOUTH
Worcester Tech 7, Massachusetts Morris Brown 7, Morehouse 0
6 Quantico Marines 7, Wayne 0
SOUTHWEST
Rutgers 34, Temple 20 Texas Tech 41, Tulsa 20
Marietta 21, Carnegie Tech 7 Houston 40, Louisiana Tech 33
MIDWEST WEST
MIDWESTSouthern California 7, Rice 0
Iowa State 14, Ohio State 7 Washington State 48, Montana &
Notre Dame 26, Michigan State 7 Wyoming 40, Idaho State 13
Texas Christian 7, Indiana 6 Montana State 12, ;North Dakota
Otterbein 46, Indiana Central 0 State 6
Kansas 20, Iowa State 7 Colorado 19, Nebraska 6
Army 26, Illinois 21 California 40, Wisconsin 14
Northwestern 19, Minnesota 16 Santa Clara 27, Stanford 14.
Western Michigan 7, Central Oregon 15, Idaho 8
Michigan 0 Washington 27, U.C.L.A. 6
Michigan Tech 33, Detroit Tech 6 Oregon State 32, Portland 6

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CHAMPAIGN, Ill. - (AP) -
Army's brute force, generated by
a two -unit substitution system,
ground outfour long touchdown
drives today as the unbeaten
Cadets defeated a rallying Illi-
nois team 26-21 before a sell-out
throng of 71,119.
The great Army outfit, rolling
to its third straight 1948 triumph,
scored in every quarter but the
last and piled up a 26-0 margin
before the Illini caught fire in the
third period.
Illinois, suffering its second loss
in three starts, was pitifully out-
manned and completely over-
whelmed until Bernie Krueger,
junior quarterback from Ham-
mond, Ind., finally began making
his passes count. But by that time
it was too late. Although Illinois
scored once in the third and twice
in the finale, Army was on its one-
yard stripe with a first down as
the gun ended the game.
The steam rolling Cadets,
powered by fullback Gil Stephen-

son, Bobby Stuart and Arnold
Galiffa, smashed through Illinois
for 401 net yards rushing to bid
for seasonal collegiate record in
a major game. They gained 18
yards passing. Illinois picked up
125 yards on the ground and 116
in the air.
Here's how Army scored:
1. Bobby Stuart smashed 14
yards in the first 3% minutes of
action to cap a 33 yard push.
2. Stuart romped 58 yards be-
fore Jack Pierce tackled him from
behind on the Illinois 12. In two
more plays, Stephenson rammed
over.
3. Winfield Scott streaked 71
yards to the Illinois 7 before
trackman Pierce pushed him out
of bounds. On third down, Karl
Kuckhahn jarred across.
4. Army marched 80 yards in 15
plays, Galiffa topping it off with
a one yard smash.
Jack Mackmull made two of his
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