THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1949 1
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bother to take some strain off his shoeleather. The seat must have
been too hard, because as play resumed, he went back to his popo stick
Beaming, Benny looked like a proud father after his boys
withstood the not-so-gentle tactics of the "Big-'uns" from the
North country. "We didn't fold at any time," lie said. In fact Oos-
terbaan lauded his team's defense against Minnesota's passing
when it counted most.
Fritz Crisler pulled the remark of the afternoon when he clapped
Dick Rifenberg, who looked likedall-American material for the second
straight week, and called him down as a "double dribbler." Wonder
what new Minnesota cage coach Ozzie Cowles was thinking of Rife in
terms of basketball fundamentals.
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Conversions Pay eBucks
Illini Upsets Purdue, Gains First Win, I_0-6;
Dramatic Panthers Overcome Hoosiers, 21-1
LOADED FOR BEAR-Big Al
Wistert, key Wolverine defensive
tackle, helped put the game on
ice yesterday when he and Ed
McNeill powered through the
Minnesota line to block a Gopher
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STATE COLLEGE, Pa.-(I)-
Penn State preserved its unbeaten
record by a hair's breadth yester-
day, gaining a 14-14 tie with;
Michigan State before a banner
homecoming crowd of 23,000. It
was the Nittany Lions' 14th con-
secutive game without a loss.
The high spot was George
Guerre's 100-yard dash that didn't
score. Taking the ball in the last
minute of the first half, Penn
State ran and passed from its own
20 yards line to the Spartan six.
LITTLE ELWOOD Petchel, Penn
State's all-around backfield star,1
threw one final pass and the1
equally small Guerre grabbed it
right on the goal line. Aided by
fine downfield blocking, Guerre
went all the way.
But Field Judge Karl W. Boh-
ren detected an unidentified
Michigan State player clippingI
John Finley, Penn State tackle,
on the 20 yard line and the
touchdown was ruled out. Time
ran out for the half while
Guerre was running.
Guerre, a pint-sized player
among the 200-pounders in the}
two lines, and Petchel, slightly
taller and lighter, were the two
It was Guerre who scored Mich-
igan State's first touchdown, who
put the Nittany Lions in the hole
time after time with fine kicking
and who made the Spartan team
* * *
COLUMBUS, O.-(P)-In one of
the most hair-raising games ever
staged in Buckeye Stadium, Ohio1
State came from behind twice yes-
terday to nose out a "fired up"
Wisconsin eleven, 34 to 32, before
The Bucks, blocked on the
ground by the Badger forward
wall, took to the air lanes for
all five of their touchdowns. Wis-
consin stayed on the ground for
its five markers.
THE POINT - after-touchdown
department decided the issue, the
Bucks getting four of five while
the Badgers converted only two.
Determined to win this one for
harassed Coach Harry Stuhl-
dreher, and to turn those "good-
bye Harry" signs into "Good Boy
Harry," the invaders started ex-
plosively to shoving over two
touchdowns in the opening pe-
The first came on an eight-yard
run over tackle by halfback Bob
Petruska after tackle Harold Ot-
terback recovered Jimmy Clark's
fumble on the Ohio 22. The sec-
ond was the result of a 58-yard
drive, fullback Gene Evans taking
B. S. BROWN, Night Editor
a pitchout around right end for
WALLY DREYER fumbled both
passes from center on the extra
point attempts as the Badgers
built up their 12-0 edge.
* * *
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - (A) -
Dartmouth's speedy Indians de-
feated a greatly-improved Har-
vard team, 14-7, as expected in
their 52nd gridiron clash but the
hard-fighting Crimson kept a
46,000 crowd jumping from start
to finish yesterday at the sta-
Harvard opened a cleverly
masked aerial attack that ended
with Charley Roche tossing 26
yards to Captain Kenny O'Donnell
in the enemy end-zone.
Dartmouth evened matters with
an 80-yard drive in the second
period, climaxed by Bill Dey's
buck from the four yard line.
Dartmouth won in the finale on
Joe Sullivan's eight-yard touch-
down romp. That capped a 65-
Army 27, Cornell 6.
Princeton 16, Columbia 14.
Colgate 14, HolyCross 13.
Dartmouth 14, Harvard 7.
Michigan State 14, Penn State
Pennsylvania 20, Navy 14.
Vanderbilt 35, Yale 0.
Lafayette 19, Bucknell 7.
Pittsburgh 21, Indiana 14.,
Rutgers 20, Lehigh 6.
Ohio State 34, Wisconsin 32.
Michigan Tech 44, Northern
Colorado 51, Kansas State 7.
Oklahoma A. & M. 41, Temple
Notre Dame 27, Iowa 12.
Michigan 27, Minnesota 14.
Illinois 10, Purdue 6.
Northwestern 48, Syracuse 0.
Kentucky 25, Marquette 0.
Miami (O.) 21, Ohio U. 0.
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Illini Nips Purdue
CHAMPAIGN, Ill.-(AP)-An alert
and scrappy Illinois team upset
luckless Purdue 10-6 yesterday to
win its first Big Nine football tri-
umph in three starts this season.
A home throng of 56,451 fans
roared approval as the underdog
Illini snapped a three-game losingP
streak by taking advantage of twor
* * *
IN THE SECOND quarter, Pur-
due gambled on a first down nearT
its own goal but failed to pick,
up the required four feet on the
last try. Illinois took over on the1
Boilermakers' 20. A pair of five
yard infractions nullified efforts
to shove over a touchdown and,
Don Maechtle eventually booted a
21-yard field goal.-
In the third period, trackman
Jack Pierce darted 34 and 11
yards during a 78 yard push
which Purdue stopped on the 2.
Then the Illini capitalized on
George Punzelt, attempting to
punt from the end zone, fizzled
the kick out of bounds on the 17.
Illinois ate up that yardage in
three plays with Bernie Krueger
doing a four yard wriggle into the
touchdown zone. Maechtle added
Pitt Sts Indiana
PITTSBURGH - (P) - Little
Louis (Bimbo) Cecconi, a 165-
pound Pitt halfback with a pen-
chant for the dramatic, did it
He pitched the Panthers to a
21-14 victory over Indiana Uni-
versity in a movie ending to de-
light 17,118 amazed fans. Cecconi
waited until the last minute and
13 seconds for a Herculean heave
to halfback Jimmy Joe Robinson
of Connellsville, Pa., for a touch-
down play which covered 65 yards.
Nation's Grid Results
Cincinnati 16, Butler 7.
Missouri 49, Iowa State 7.
Kansas 27, Nebraska 7.
Duke 7, Virginia Tech 0.
Georgia Tech 42, Florida 7.
North Carolina 34, Louisiana
North Carolina State 7, Chat-
Alabama 10, Mississippi State 7.
Tulane 21, Auburn 6.
Mississippi 32, Boston College
Texas 20, Rice 7.
Baylor 20, Texas A. & M. 14.
Nevada 65, Tulsa 14.
Southern California 7, Stan-
Oregon State 28, U.C.L.A. 0.
California, 21, Washington 0.
Oregon 33, Washington State 7.
St. Mary's 33, Denver 22.
Do You Know That ... Former
Wolverine great, Tom Harmon,
now has his own sports radio pro-
gram in Los Angeles.
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Penn eats Navy
beaten Navy team gave Penn a
genuine scare yesterday, but tired
toward the end and permitted the
big Quakers to smash across two
touchdowns and retain their un-
beaten status with 20-14 victory.
NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
Detroit 0 Montreal 0
Toronto 6 Chicago 1
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