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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31, 194

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CAL ........13 GA. TECH..... 19 GEORGIA....35 HOLY CROSS.20 CORNELL....20 TULANE.... .9 DARTMOUTH
USC......... 7 DUKE........ 7 ALABAMA.... 0 HARVARD...13 COLUMBIA...13 MISS.STATE..0 YALE.......
TarHeels, otreDameemainin Undefeater

[41 ARKANSAS...28
14 TEX.A&M... 6

P enn State's ..a L oCs
Lions Crush MMR

Red Raiders
HAMILTON, N.Y. - (P) - Penn
State's high powered football
team, undefeated since the start
of the 1947 season but twice tied,
romped to a 32-13 triumph yester-
day over a battling Colgate eleven
to run its unbeaten streak to 15
games.
A Homecoming day crowd of
10,000, enjoying the warmth of an
Indian summer day, saw the Nit-
tany Lions uncork relentless at-
tack on the ground and through
the, air.
STATE'S FIVE touchdowns
were scored by as many players.
Scoring were Bill Luther, Wallace
Triplett, Sam Tamburo, Fran Ro-
gel and Bob Hicks.
Carl Sturges had trouble finding
the range on his placements for
extra point, converting only twice
in five tries.

ARMAND ALLAIRE,
flying Frenchman, was
ing for the Red Raiders.

Colgate's
-outstand-

WHO'S GOT IT?-Chasing a Wolverine pass in Illinois territory
are Dick Rifenburg and Dike Eddleman, while an Illini lineman
shouts encouragement to his teammate. However, neither player
was able to reach the ball and it fell to the ground, incomplete.

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No. Carolina Wins, 14-7;
Irish SinkSailors, 41-7
Bowl-Bound Wildcats Jump OSU, 21-7
Gopher Power Throttles Hoosiers, 30-7
KNOXVILLE, Tenn.-(AP)-Charlie Justice's two first quarter
touchdown passes kept North Carolina in the list of major undefeated
college. football teams yesterday by defeating Tennessee, 14 to 7. It
was North Carolina's thirteeneth consecutive victory over two seasons.
Tennesse, starting slowly, came back savagely to score in the third
period on J. B. Proctor's pass to J. W. Sherill. The Vols challenged all
the rest of the way.
THE MOST BRILLIANT RUN-For 90 yards-was cancelled by
a clipping penalty. Near the end of the first half, Hal Littleford of
Tennessee took Justice's punt on his 10 and ran the length of the
field. The officials ruled, however, that Ermal Howard clipped Hosea
Rodgers, the mighty North Carolina fullback. The ball was called
back to the Tennessee nine yard line to a mighty chorus of boos from
the record crowd of 50,000.'
Until the last period Tennessee kept Choo-Choo Justice's
running fairly well under control, but Rodgers, the other half of
North Carolina's offensive punch, took over on behalf of his shifty
teammate.
Midies Take I 1h Straiight Loss
BALTIMORE-()-Notre Dame's dazzling football forces rocked
shell-shocked Navy 41 to 7 yesterday as the undefeated Irish scored
in each quarter as they have done in every game this season.
THE SOUTH BEND MAULERS ripped to a touchdown in the first
two minutes and 55 seconds. That gave the sellout crowd of 63,314
jammed into Babe Ruth Stadium a quick idea of what was going to
happen.
Led by right halfback Emil Sitko, who tallied one touchdown
and set. up a pair of others with slashing runs, the fighting Irish
handed Navy its:11th conscu-tive defeat. This is record low for
the Midshipmen-five losses to ued the 1917 season and six in a
row this year.
Navy did manage a touchdown early in the fourth after Notre
Dame had run up 35 points. It was the first time the Sailors had been
able to score on the Irish since the 1945 game ended in a 6-6 tie.
Substitute Scores Twice for NU
EVANSTON, Ill.-(A)-Sophomore Johnny Miller, a goose-step-
ping Wildcat substitute, scored two touchdowns as Northwestern
fanned its Rose Bowl hopes to blazing brightness with a 21-7 triumph1
over Ohio State yesterday.1
THRILLING A 47,000 Homecoming throng, the 20-year-old Miller
broke up the game with a 22-yard twisting, squirming payoff run
midway in the third period after the teams battled to a 7-7 halftime
tie.
Then, the deceptive-gaited 175 pounder bewildered the Buck-
eyes with his jabbing, slashing ball-toting and iced the decision
with a one-yard scoring smash on the first play of the fourth
quarter.
Fleet Jerry Krall streaked 57 yards for the lone Buckeye score
late in the second quarter after Northwestern had taken a 7-0 lead on
Don Burson's scoring pass to Ed Tunnicliff, covering 42 yards.
Indiana No Match for Minnesota
MINNEAPOLIS-R)-Minnesota's football team came to life
in the second period yesterday and went on to defeat an under-
manned Indiana team, 30 to 7.
THE GOPHERS SPOTTED Indiana a first-period touchdown and
then came back to roll up four touchdowns and two points on a safety
before a Homecoming crowd of 64,926.
The Hoosiers were handicapped in the second half by the
loss of their ace halfback, George Taliaferro. Taliaferro suffered
injury to his left leg in the second period and from then on was
used only for punting.
Minnesota's power and reserves proved too much for the Hoosiers.
In all, Coach Bernie Bierman used 41 men. Thirty Indianans saw ac-
tion.
A PASS,/rALIAFERRO to halfback John McDonnell, was good for
30 yards and Indiana's lone touchdown midway in the first period
George Parker converted. That was the only time Indiana could get
near the Gopher goal.
Passes set up Minnesota's first tally in the second period.
Halfback Ev Faunce tossed 20 yards to halfback Bud Hausken to
put the ball on the one-yard line. Faunce plunged for the touch-
down.. End Gordon Soltau kicked the point, the first of four to
his credit in the game.
Power plays sent Minnesota ahead a short time later. Halfbacks
Bill Bye and Hauskens, quarterback Jim Malosky and fullback Ken
Beiersdorf combined to work the ball to the one-yard line, with Bye
going over.

NOT QUITE-Everyone seems to be standing around watching to see if Dike Eddleman will make
it across the goal line. But the important man i i the play is the unseen man who is bringing
Eddleman down. Al Wahl (72) is crouching in frrnt of the ballcarrier, and Dan Dworsky (59)
is coming up from behind.
Late I.wa Rally Beats Badgers, 19-13

IOWA CITY, IA - (AP) - A consin fans from the crowd of
fighting band of Iowa Hawks 38,400.
bounded back from apparent de- * * *
feat yesterday to humble Wiscon- A "YEA HARRY" sign fluttered
sin 19-13 in a Big Nine Football for Coach- Harry Stuhldreher as
thriller. he led his Badgers to the dressing
The steamed up Badgers, who room.
like Iowa had won only one Con- But those Badger supporters
ference game in three starts, rush- had little chance to cheer in the
ed into a 13-0 half-time lead that second half as Iowa rallied for
looked good as gold to the Wis- three touchdowns and choked off

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a Badger threat on the seven.yard
line with less than a minute to
play.
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WISCONSIN, dominating the
first half in the same manner
Iowa controlled the last, scored
twice in the second period when
Gene Evans rambled 32 yards for
a touchdown and Jim Embach
went nine yards for another.

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