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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1949

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

!PAGE SEVEN

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1949 THE MICHIGAN DAILY TAGE SEVE~j

Minnesota
Wisconsin.

. . 14 Northwestern
. . 6Illinois . .

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Purdue . . . . 14 Notre Dame.
Indiana . . . . 61 Iowa . .0.0.0

. 28 California
. 7 Stanford

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33 USC
14 UCLA

. . . . . 21 Missouri
.«. . .7 Kansas .

. . . 34 Oklahoma
. . . 28 Santa Clara .

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Justice, Weiner Pace Attack
In Tarheels' 21-20 UVictory

Nation's Grid Results

SOUTH BEND, Ind. - (P) -
Notre Dame's football giant, a cof-
fin-case for nearly three quarters,
suddenly became its monstrous
self and ground out two
long touchdown marches which
crushed Iowa's hustling Hawkeyes,
28-7, yesterday.
For the first time this season,
the Irish needed the breaks of
the gaime to keep ahead. It
wasn't until Iowa tired in the
last minute of the third period
that Notre Dame mustered its
typical power for the momen-
tum needed to roll through its
36th game without defeat.
Coach Frank Leahy's mighty
men, a bit overconfident on this
blustery, chilly day, wrested their
eighth straight victory of the sea-
son and 31st successive win at
home before 56,790 spectators.
Notre Dame puncned a touch-
down in each period, and Steve
Oracko placekicked the point aft-
er each. Iowa tied the count 7-7
at the outset of the second.
Although trailing 14-7 at
halftime, the Hawkeyes had
outrushed Notre Dame 111 yards
to 55.
The Irish, meeting a finely-
coached, stubborn Iowa line, and
rocked by the running of Jerry
Faske, the Brooklyn Bullet, had to
go full throttle all the way for
the eventual decisive edge.

DURHAM, N.C. - UP) - North
Carolina nosed out Duke, 21-20,
yesterday in a frenzied finish to
win the Southern Conference foot-
ball championship in as wild a
windup'as this ancient series has
ever produced.
After ailing tailback Charlie
Justice had staked the Tarheels
to an apparently safe 21-6 lead
by passing for two touchdowns
and scoring a third, they had to
hang on for dear life in the final
minutes. Duke scored with three
minutes to go and then missed a
try for a game-winning field goal
on the final play of the game.
End Mike2Soucham was getting
set on the 27 to try for the field
goal as the scoreboard clock show-
ed three seconds to play. Referee
J. D. Rogers signalled as if the
game was over and hundreds of
the record Conference crowd of
57,500 surged onto the field.
The game was held up for sev-
eral minutes while the field was
cleared. of spectators to permit
Souehak to kick. But big end Art
Weiner, who was on the receiving
end of two of Justice's scoring tos-
ses, came in to smother the kick
and North Carolina had clinched
its fourth straight victory over
Duke.
The win gave the Tarheels
a perfect 5-0 Conference record
ahead of runnerup Maryland,
winner of four in a row.
Despite the Justice-Weiner duo's
heroics, it was a third period safe-
ty that carried North Carolina to
its victory.

By The Associated Press
MIDWEST
Heidelberg 34, Akron 14
Buffalo 20, Ohio 7
Wooster 21, Oberlin 20
Oklahoma 28, Santa Clara 21
Tulsa 48, Kansas State 27
Nebraska 25, Colorado 14
West Va. 28, Wstrn. Reserve 20
Oklahoma A&M 47, Wichita 20
Otterbein 26, Hiram 7
Valparaiso 20, Wittenberg 0
Ohio Wesleyan 43, Conn. 12
EAST
Slippery Rock Tchrs. 13, Skippens-
burg Tchrs. 7
Princeton 19, Dartmouth 13
Brown 16, Columbia 7
Yale 29, Harvard 6
Temple 20, Holy Cross 7
St. Bonaventure 19, Boston U 0
Bucknell 32, Muhlenberg 14
Rutgers 35, Fordham 14
Syracuse 35, Colgate 7
Lafayette 21, Lehigh 12
NYU 41, CCNY 7
Pitt 19, Penn State 0
Villanova 45, No. Carolina State 21
Trinity 6, Tufts 0
RPI 25, Bklyn. College 20
Swarthmore 14, Harverford 13
W. Va. State 14, Wilberforce 6
Geneva 20, Allegheny 6
SOUTH
Clemson 28, Furman 21
No. Carolina 21, Duke 20
Tulane 28, Virginia 14
Geo. Washington 28, Georgetown 7
Georgia Tech 13, So. Carolina 3
Georgia 40, Duquesne 0
Alabama 34, Miss. Southern 26
Vanderbilt 27, Marshall 6

Tennessee 6, Kentucky 0
LSU 48, S'Eastern Louisiana 7
Alabama A&M 25, Lane 21
Allen U 33, Georgia State 6
SOUTHWEST
William & Mary 20, Arkansas 0
Baylor 35, SMU 26
Rice 20, TCU 14
Texas Tech 27, New Mexico 0
Texas Coll. 13, Texas St. 13 (tied)
FAR WEST
California 33, Stanford 14
Southern Cal 21, UCLA 7
Oregon State 20, Oregon 10
Washington 34, Wash. State 21
LATE HOCKEY
Detroit 5, Toronto 2

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SIX POINTS-Fred Morrison, Buckeye fullback, plunges over the
Michizan line for Ohio State's only score of the day. But with
the extra point Jim Hague booted a few seconds later, it was
enough to give the Columbus squad a tie - in the season finale
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University of Arizona, 75 to 0,
here last night.
The Spartans pushed over 33

points in the final stanza to rout
the helpless Wildcats before a
sports-clad throng of 16,000 fans.
It was the sixth victory of the
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Johnson Jennings
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