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OCTOBER 23, 1949

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Ironclad Defense Retains
Brown Jug for Michigan
(Continued from Page 1)
HARRY ALLIS converted and the Wolverines led 7-0 as the
partisan crowd, watching Michigan perform as underdogs for the first
time, in three years became mildly delirious.
Minnesota took the kickoff and picked up only 15 yards in
three tries through the inspired Wolverine defenses before kicking.
Then Teninga brought the G-

crowd to its feet again as he
took the Gopher punt on the
Michigan 45 and raced to Min-
nesota's 38.
Another Ortmann to Allis pass
put the ball on the 26. Dufek
was trapped for a four yard loss
on an end run but Ortmann
lugged the ball to the 19 after he
failed to find a receiver on an in-
tended pass. The Wolverine drive
fizzled however as Minesota in-
tercepted a fourth down jump
pass on their 18.
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MINNESOTA threatened for the
first time when halfback Bob
Thompson intercepted a Michigan
pass on the Wolverine 34 mid-way
through the second period. Four
plays brought the Gophers to
Michigan 17 but Billy Bye, the
work horse of the Minnesota at-
tack, fumbled back to the 32.
Bye then completed a pass to
Grant on the 23 but Michigan
took over on downs to end the
threat.
Set back to their eight yard
line by 15-yd. penalty for illegal
use of the hands, Michigan kicked
out to the Wolverine 45 and with
time running out in the ha1f
Minnesota took to the air.
BYE COMPLETED a short pass
to Grant. on first down but his
next pass was pulled down by
Dufek on the Wolverine 40 and
brought back to Minnesota's 45.
Ortmann was smeared for an
eight yard loss on an attempted
pass putting the ball back on
the Michigan 47 and then the

Wolverines started a race
against the clock for their sec-
ond touchdown.
Ortmann got off a long pass to
Allis on the 24 after first faking
an end run and three new backs
went in for Michigan.
BILL PUTICH in at quarter-
back collaborated with Don Pet-
erson, who had come in at right
half for Van Summern, on the
ancient Statue of Liberty play and
Peterson raced to the 13 before
he was hauled down.
The Wolverines hurriedly called
time with only 13 seconds remain-
ing and then sent Teninga around
right end on a pitchout. He was
knocked out of bounds on the 1-
foot line but the clock showed 10
seconds left to play and it was all
the time that Teninga needed to
plunge over.
ALLIS SPLIT the uprights and
Michigan led 14-0 with time only
for the kickoff before the half
time gun.
Minnesota came roaring back
in the second half to recover a
Michigan fumble on the Wolver-
ine 45 after only six plays. From
there the Gophers rolled to the
13 in five plays but the Michi-
gandefense tightened and the
Maize and Blue took over oni
downs on their own 5.
The Wolverines moved nine
yards in three plays and then sent
Ortmann back to kick. Ortmann,
however first fumbled the ball and
then kicked it into the end zone
where Art Edling fell on it for a
Minnesota touchdown.

Illinois Takes
B3ig 10 Lead.#
Rips Purdue
LAFAYETTE, Ind.-(M)-Illinois
won its first victory at Purdue
in 30 years yesterday, 19-0, as line-
smashing performances of burly
Burt Schmidt and John Karras
boosted the Illini on top of the
Western Conference.
Twice-tied but undefeated in
the Big Ten, Illinois got a big
assist from Michigan's 14-7 vic-
tory over Minnesota, last perfect
record team in the Conference.
Purdue was looking for its
first Conference victory and
held Illinois scoreless in the first
half. Then it crumbled. A couple
of timely pass interceptions by
Dick Raklovits helped ruin the
occasion for 48,000 Purdue
Homecoming fans.
Illinois elected to play power
football and needed nothing else.
The 191-pound Schmidt banged
into the Purdue line 12 times from
his fullback spot and accumulated
121 yards.
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RIGHT HALFBACK Karras, ten
)ounds lighter but no easier to
stop, carried 19 times for 111
yards. The combined Schmidt-
Karras total was only 37 yards
short of Purdue's total gain by
rushing.

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Bly The Associated Press
EAST
Pennsylvania 28, Navy 7.
Cornell 14, Princeton 12.
Dartmouth 27, Harvard 13.
Yale 14. Holy Cross 7.
Rutgers 35, Colgate 13.
Villanova 20, Duquesne 0.
Boston 38, NYU 0.
Brown 48, Lehigh 0.
Bucknell 62, Wash. & Jeff. 0.
Fordham 47, Syracuse 21.
Delaware 7, Lafayette 0.
Amherst 14. Wesleyan 7.
MIDWEST
Ohio State 21, Wisconsin 0.
Cincinnati 21, West Reserve
Miami (0.) 26, Ohio U. 0.
Denison 53, Oberlin 7.
Case 38, Carnegie Tech 0.
Albion 12, Olivet 6.
Hillsdale 13, Hope 9.
Indiana 48, Pittsburgh 14.
Missouri 32, Iowa State 0.
Oklahoma 48, Nebraska 0.
SOUTH
Duke 55, VPI 7.

-Daily-=Alex Lmanian
WHOA-Minnesota's offensive workhorse, Billy Bye, comes to an abrupt halt in a try at the left
side of the Michigan defense during yesterday's game. Don Dufek blocks the little halfback's path
while Tony Momsen is moving over from his line-backing position to aid in the tackle. The Wol-
verines were highly successful in bottling Bye all af ternoon.

DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 6)
Mu Phi Epsilon and Sigma
Alpha Iota will present a joint
musicale on Thurs., Oct. 27, 8,
Hussey Room, League. All women
of the School of Music are invited.
..AIEE-IRE: Meeting, Tue. Oct.
25, 8, Kellogg Auditorium. Mr.
Cyril N. Hoyler of R.C.A. Labora-
tories at Princeton, N.J. will speak
about Electronic Arithmetic and
wil demonstrate some of the de-
vices.
Hillel-I.Z.F.A.: Beginning He-
brew group will meet Mon., 8 p.m.,
League. Everyone welcome.
League Exhibition Dance Group:
Meeting of all those who were
members last semester, Mon., Oct.
24, 8 p.m., League Ballroom.
American Society for Public Ad-
ministration: First social seminar,
Oct. 24, 7:30, West Conference
Room, Rackham. Prof. James K.
Pollock will speak on "The Ad-
ministration of Overseas Affairs".
All members- and interested per-
sons welcome.

La p'tite causette: Mon., 3:30
p.m., Grill Room, League.
NSA-UWF: Planning meeting
for mock UN Council meeting: All
those interested invited. 4:30 p.m.,
Mon., Oct. 24, Union.
Purdue Club: Organizational,
meeting for all Purdue graduates,
8 p.m., Mon., Oct. 24, Kalamazoo
Room, League.
Sociedad Hispanica: Social
hour, Mon., 4-6 p.m., Interna-
tional Center. Refreshments.
"Servant of Two Masters." Box
office opens tomorrow at 10 for
"Servant of Two Masters," the hi-
larious farce of the 18th century,
presented by the Department of
Speech. The play will open Wed-
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