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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUPDAY, NOVElIER. 7, 1948I

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N. DAME . ... 421

OKLAHOMA .41

N. CAROLINA. 7

TENNESSEE.. 13 PENN STATE. 13
GA.TECH-... 6 PENN....... 0

TEXAS.. . ..13
BAYLOR ......10

N'WESTERN. .16

MINNESOTA .34
PURDUE.... 7

INDIANA . ... 6 MISSOURI .... 7 WM.& MARY

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MSC Gridders
Rip Marquette
For 47-0 Win
EAST -"LANSING-(T)---Michi-
gan State flexed its football
muscles today, powering effort-
lessly to a 47-0 shutout over Mar-
quette in the 18th game of the
traditional series witnessed by 36,-
436 fans.
It was the most impressive
score theySpartanshave run up
since they plastered the Hill1
toppers 67-6 in 1915.
The defeat was the sixth in
Eeven starts for outclassed Mar-
o uette and marked the fourth win
against two losses and a tie for
t'ie Slartans.
Marquette did not threaten
once during the game and Michi-
gan State was not forced to punt
on the fourth down until the
fourth quarter when a flock of
anonymous fourth stringers took
over.

Wildcats Whip BadgerS;
Penn State To pples Penn

N.D. Coasts in After,
Tar Heels' 13-Game

35-0
Win

Halftime Lead;
Streak Snapped

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BACK-hANDED-Navy halfback Bill Powers (47) is trying for an
interception the hard woy. Chuck Ortmann's pass to Ed McNeill
(85) gets by the. Michigan end and Powers, without looking, tries
to grab the ball behind his back. Middie fullback Bill Hawkins
(30) looks on in amazement.

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Nation's Grid Results
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(By The Associated Press)
Notre Dame Wins, 42-6
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Notre
Dame's football team skipped
lightly over a muddy field in a
42-6 victory yesterday against In-
-ol-1 -1ersiuy's rive-times beat-
en Hoosiers.
'Tne irlsn failed to score only in
the final nuarter-thus ending a
string of 33 periods in which they
oad tallied one or more toucn*-
downs.
Halfback Emil Sitko softened
up the Hoosiers with a series of
smashes early in the game. He ran
3 yards for the first Irish touch-
down and it was just routine after
that.
Five Notre Dame backs crossed
the Indiana goal line and Steve
Oracko place-kicked six straight
points after touchdown. Bill Gay
and Bill Wightkin scored their
first points of the season for the
Irish. John Landry got two touch-
downs and John Panelli contrib-
uted one.
Quarterback Frank Tripucka
had a good day for Notre Dame,
passing for two touchdowns and
handling the ball flawlessly on
pitchouty -
Lions Upset Penn, 13-0
PhILADELPHIA - Two per-
fect plays from which Fullback
Francis Rogel spun touchdowns
from 44 to 13 yards out enabled
the rugged Nittany Lions of
Penn State to subdue Penn's
punchless Quakers, 13 to 0, be-
fore an overflow throng of 80,-
000 yesterday.
The defeat at the hands of
their traditional rivals knocked
the Quakers abruptly from the
ranks of the nation's undefeated
teams and boosted State's bowl
stock out of sight. It was the
sixteenth straight game over
the past two seasons in which
the Lions have escaped defeat.
Penn, which meets Army in
the East's big game next week,
gained only 28 yards by rushing
through State's great defense,
led by Paul Kelly and Wally
Triplett, and threatened only
once to score on the wings of it.4
passing attack in the third pe-
riod. At the end of the fratrici-
dal struggle, there was small
doubt in the minds of the
banked thousands in Franklin
Field that the better team had
won.
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Wildcats Triumph, 16-7
MADISON, Wis. - ()-North-
western kept its Rose Bowl hopes
alive by beating Wisconsin, 16 to
7, yesterday, but looked like any-
thing but a top-flight club in do-

SPORT S
SEYMOUR SONKIN, Night Editor
ing it. A capacity crowd of 45,000
saw the game.
The Wildcats won by a safety in
the opening quarter and by scor-
ing two touchdowns in the third
period. They got into position for
the first touchdown after an ex-
change of punts and a good run-
back by Loren Day to the Badger
27. From that point halfback
FrankrAschenbrenner cut over
right tackle for the tally. The
second score came after a Wis-
consin fumble on the 17. Aschen-
brenner went over from the one.
Jim Farrar added both extra
points with placements.
Northwestern threatened often
throughout the first half but was
a victim of its own miscues. The
Wildcats fumbled on four occa-
sions deep in Wisconsin territory
in those periods and added an-
otherĀ° bobble in the closing half.
N.C. Ties Win. & M., 7-7
CHAPEL . HILL, N. C.-Wil-
liam and Mary's one team play-
ed mighty North Carolina's of-
fensive and defensive combina-
tions to a standstill to sprel the
Tar Heels' perfect record with
a 7-7 tie today.
While a near-capacity crowd
of 43,00(' sat silent in amaze-
ment, the Indians from Virgin-
ia grabbed the lead with a sec-
ond-quarter touchdown, then
fought grimly on defense to
hold off North Carolina's super-
ior strength and gain a tie..
North Carolina squaxred the
count in the third period but
couldn't offer another real
threat.
* * *
Army Tames Stanford
NEW YORK-Army decisively
scored its seventh straight ic-
tory of the season yesterday by
overpowering Stanford, 43 to 0,
in Yankee Stadium before 46,695.
It was the first time in three
meetings that Army has def amed
Stanford, and the highest score
any opponent has run up this year
on the Big Reds, rated only 20
points behind the Cadets on the
strength of walloping Washing-
ton, 20-0, and barely losing do
Southern California 7-6. Stian-
ford's previous worst defat was
27-14 by Santa Clara.

G011G SOMEWHERE?-Michigan's ace fullback, Tom Peterson, seems about to encounter some
resistance after romping unheeded through the Navy line. He was brought down by Middie halfback,
Pete Williams (22) and would have been assisted by tackle Jim Hunt (70) who was tripped up by his
grounded teammate.
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EAST
Army 43, Stanford 0
Penn State 13, Pennsylvania 0
Dartmouth 26, Columbia 21
Princeton 47, Harvard 7
Cornell 14, Colgate 6
Holy Cross 16, Duquesne 13
Yale 52, Kings Point 0
Brown 36, Western Reserve 0
Boston University 33, Ford-
ham 7
Washington & Jefferson 18,
Bucknell 13
Rutgers 34, Lafayette 13
Temple 20, Syracuse 0
MIDWEST
Michigan 35, Navy 0
Northwestern 16, Wisconsin 7
Notre Dame 42, Indiana 6
Illinois 14, Iowa 0
Ohio State 41, Pittsburgh 0
Michigan State 47, Marquette 0
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Minnesota 34, Purdue 7
Denver 30, Detroit 2"
Toledo 27, Wayne 14
Oklahoma 41, Missouri 7
Nebraska 32, Kansas State 0
Oklahoma A & M 19, Tulsa 0
Western Michigan 20, Butler 7
SOUTH.
Alabama 27, Mississippi
Southern 0
Mississippi State 20, Auburn 0
Villanova 13, Kentucky 13
(tie)
Vanderbilt 48, Louisiana State
University 7
Mississippi 34, Chattanooga 7
Tulane 28, Virginia Military 7
William & Mary 7, North
Carolina 7
Tennessee 13, Georgia Tech 6
Clemson 41, Furman 0
Wake Forest, 27, Duke 20
Georgia 20, Florida 12
Virginia 21, North Carolina
State 14
SOUTHWEST
Texas 13, Baylor 10
Rice 25, Arkansas 6
Southern Methodist 20,
Texas A. & M. 14
Texas Tech 46, Texas Mines 6
FAR WEST
California 28, UCLA 13
Oregon 13, Washington 7
Washington State 26, Ore-
gon State 26

(By The Associated 'ress)
MINNEAPOLIS - Minnesota's
improving football team handed
a crippled Purdue squad a 34 to 7
licking yesterday before a re'.o: d
crowd of 66,953 fans.
The Gophers concentrated most
of their scoring punch in the first
half, getting four touchdowns for
a 27 to 7 advantage at half-tiLe.
They could punch over but one
more tally, midway in the final
period.
Purdue's ace halfback, Harry
Szulborski, raced through right
guard for 63 yards ani a touch-
down three minutes an three
seconds after the game started.
Rudy Tiebovich added the point.
The Boilermakers could not come
close to scoring again.
: * *$
CHAMPAIGN, Ill.-Illinois ex-
ploded for two second period
touchdowns on Murney Lazier's
56-yard punt return and a 46-
yard payoc drive to whip Iowa,
14-0, yesterday. A 41,502 Dads'
Day throng watched the Big Nine
football scrap.
The F. glhting Illini faded some-
what in the second halt, but the
Hawkcyes were unable to pene-
trate further than 12 yards from
the Illinois goal.
With c'ie credit to Lazier and
Fullback RusĀ§ Steger, who ram-
med over from the 1-yar I line for
the second score, Illinois had
splendid help from the passing of
Quarterback Bernie Krueger and
the punting of Dike Eddleman.
COLUMBUS, O.-Ohio SthAe's
alert Bucks converted a blocked
punt, two pass inte ceptions and
a fumble into quick touchdowns

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victory over Pittsburgh's toothless
Panthers before 68,966 fans.
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