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PAGE SIX

TH E MICHIGEAN n)ATTy

SUNDAY. OCTOBER -17: 1949

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.On Offense"...

No th Carolina Defeats
Tough State Rival, 14-0
Notre Dame Romps to Easy Win, 44-13S;
Missouri Sinks Hapless Middies, 35-14

...On Defense'...

PROOF POSITIVE-Loyal Michigan followers who were wondering what hope the Wolverine team
possibly would have this season, now have vivid proof that the Maize and Blue gridiron power has lost
little of its punch, either on offense or defense. On the left Pete Elliott is clearing the way for
Chuck Ortmann. The picture on the right depicts a typical scene of Michigan's stellar defensive
work yesterday. Dick Kempthorn (38,) trips up Northwestern's Art Murakowski while Al Wahl
(72) moves in to make sure. These pictures were taken yesterday by the Daily's special football
photographer, Alex L'Manian.
NINE TOUCHDOWNS!
MSC Romps Over Artona, 617

NEW YORK - (-- Michigan
and Notre Dame, those twin giants
of Midwestern football, won
greater stature today with lop-
sided triumphs.
The Wolverines shackled North-
western so completely that the
Evanston, Ill., outfit gained only
47 yards on the ground while los-
ing 28 to 0.
MEANWHILE, Notre Dame
toyed with Nebraska, 44 to 13.
That made it 21 games in a row
since the South Bend Irish suf-
fered their last defeat. Notre Dame
had four touchdowns in the bank
before the Huskers, once proud
rulers of the Midlands, put their
offense into gear.
North Carolina, voted the na-
tion's best college team this
week, had to hustle to maintain
that position, finally breaking
loose in the final half to dump
North Carolina State, 14 to 0.
That put the Tar Heels on top
in the Soutern Conference.
Georgia Tech moved out, front
in the neighboring Southeast cir-
cuit, trouncing Auburn with ease,
27 to 0.
MISSOURI FOLLOWED its up-
set of Southern Methodist with a
smooth 35 to 14 victory over luck-
less Navy. The Tigers turn next
to Big Seven competition, where
they are co-favorites with Okla-
homa and Kansas. The Sooners
banged Kansas State, 42 to 0,
while the Kansans hurried home
from last night's win over George
Washington. Iowa State celebrat-
ed its homecoming with an 18 to 7
verdict over Colorado.
Columbia, famed for its year-
ly upsets, almost registered an-
other, bowing to Pennsylvania,
20 to 14, when a Quaker pass
was ruled complete on the three-
yard line with only seconds to
play. The Penns banged over in
one play for the deciding mark-
er.
Army trimmed Harvard, 20 to 7,
and Cornell took Syracuse, 34 to
7 with both victors remaining in
the unbeaten group. For the first
time in 76 years of trying Rut-
gers knocked off Princeton on the
latter's home field, 22 to 6. It was
the third straight defeat for the

W. L.
Michigan . .2 0
Northwest. 2 1
Indiana ...2 1
Wisconsin .1 1
Ohio State .1 1
Minnesota .1 1
Purdue . . . .1 2
Iowa......1 2
Illinois . . ..0 2

T.
0
0
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0
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0
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PF.
68
40
42
27
24
22
20
27
16

OP. Pct.
0 1.000
44 .667
24 .667
51 .500
14 .500
19 .500
74 .333
34 .333
26 .00,0

Tigers, who also lost their goal
posts
Penn State crushed West Vir-
ginia, 37 to 7, and Brown spilled
Holy Cross, 14 to -. Pittsburgh
won from Marquette, 21 to 7, for
its second straight, the longest
Pitt winning streak since 1945.
Big Nine
Standings

Football Scores

EAST LANSING, Mich.-()--
Michigan State backs gamboled at
will through University of Ari-
zona territory for a nine-touch-
down 61-7 victory over the We,3t-
erners witnessed by 36,616 home-
coming fans here yesterday.
The crushing Spartan ground
attack racked up two touchdowns
a period with one extra tally
thrown in for good measure

through an intercepted pass just
before the rout ended.
Spartan left half George
Guerre, of Flint, Mich., set the
pattern for the day when he broke
away for 50 yards the first time
Michigan State had the ball. His
running mate, right half Lynnm
Chandnois, also from Flint, scored
the touchdown from the six-yard
line.
Chandnois scored another from

13, set up by his own 28-yard gal-
lop, before he retired to let the
second stringers take over. Le-
Roy Crane, second string back
from Mt. Pleasant, Mich., also
contributed two tallies, one on -
65-yard jaunt through the entire
Arizona team, the most spectacu-
lar run of the day.
Michigan State was coasting on
a 27-0 lead at halftime and the
eager Substitute backs were al-
lowed in to score five more touch-
downs. A third stringer, James
Cramor also of Flint, intercepted
a pass for a 37-yard jaunt for the
final Spartan scot e. Michigan
State made good on scven of the
nine conversion tries with George
Smith booting five and Pete Fusi
two.
Not Best By Guess- Best By
Test- '49 'Ensian

EAST
Army 20, Harvard 7.
Brown 14, Holy Cross 6.
Cornell 34, Syracuse 7.
Dartmouth 41, Colgate 16.
Pennsylvania 20, Columbia 14.
Rutgers 22, Princeton 6.
Pittsburgh 21, Marquette 7.
Missouri 35, Navy 14.
Penn State 37, West Virginia 7.
Tufts 26, Rochester 7.
Amherst 27, Colby 14.
Rhode Island State 19, Massa-
chusetts 12.
Franklin & Marshall 19, Car-
negie Tech. 0.
Vermont 14, Norwich 0
Oberlin 13, Hamilton 6
Lehigh 14, Gettysburg 13
MIDWEST
Yale 17, Wisconsin 7.
Minnesota 6, Illinois 0.
Hope 7, Hillsdale 0.
Alma 13, Albion 7.
North Dakota State 13, South
Dakota State 7.
Ohio Wesleyan 26, Case 13.
Lawrence 26, Monmouth 0.
Illinois Normal 16, Valparaiso
14.
DePauw 18, Grinnell (Iowa) 0.
Kalamazoo 14, Adrian 13.
Notre Dame 44, Nebraska 13
Ohio State 17, Indiana 0
Iowa State 18, Colorado 7
Purdue 20, Iowa 13
Denison 27, Wooster 0
Ohio U. 37, Western Reserve 7
Oklahoma 42, Kansas State 0
Georgetown 13, Tulsa 7
SOUTH
Tennessee 21, Alabama 6.

Georgia Tech 27, Auburn 0.
Duke 13, Maryland 12.
North Carolina 14, North Car-
olina State 0.
Mississippi State 27, Cincinnati
9.
Texas Christian 27, Texas A &
M, 14.
Vanderbilt 26, Kentucky 7
Tulane 20, Mississippi 7
Virginia 41, Wash. & Lee 6
William & Mary 30, Virginia
Tech 0
Texas 14, Arkansas 6
FAR WEST'
California 42, Oregon State 0.
Oregon 8, Southern California
7.
Stanford 34, UCLA 14.
Washington State 10, Wash-
ington 0.
Oklahoma A & M 27, San Fran-
cisco 20.
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