Northwestern's Runs Defeat Wisconsin's Passes, 32-13
Northwestern's Wisconsin's BY EDWARD BURNS. (Picture on page 3, Sports.) Football fans who love everything that a bang up open game of football can produce should feel very sad if they weren't among the 20,000 who saw Northwestern's Wildcats beat Wisconsin's Badgers, 32 to 13, at Dyche stadium yesterday. The game had everything that running, passing, kicking can give to football. The two teams weren't fighting for any kind of a title or medal, but they gave the customers one whale of an afternoon for their money what with the Wildcats making 369 yards from scrimmage to 18 for the Badg ers, while the Badgers countered with 288 yards gained from passing to none so gained by the Wildcats. These startlingly varying techniques brought the two teams to a ratio of 14 first downs for Northwestern to 11 for Wisconsin. Great Day for Backs. Everything and everybody was rapid except the officials. Heavily bundled the officials were waddling about far from many of the plays. Their slowness afoot gave the Badg ers several lusty yelps, but their work scarcely affected the ultimate outcome. With the usual salute to the hard working linemen it is easy to say that it was a great day for the ball handlers. Eddie Jankowski and Lynn Jordan, brilliant performers in a scorned Badger ensemble many times in the past, outdid themselves yesterday, Jankowski mostly as a pass receiver and marathon runner and Jordan as a passer par excellence. Adelman Scores Three Times. Don Heap, one of the outstanding heroes of the Wildcat triumph over Notre Dame a week ago, lived up to expectations, with individual gains of 162 yards. But he cannot be called the hero of the piece. The palm goes to a youth who never before had sparkled for the Purple, Ollie Adelman, a junior from Milwaukee. This young man made three touchdowns, all on magnificent sprints. In eight tries he made 117 yards for an aver age of 14.1. Three of these eight tries carried him over the goal line. Only one was a failure, when he was thrown for a four yard loss. The kid was a flash and he was more. A little feller, he made his second touchdown after battling off a half dozen burly gents who had their hands on him, The passing and running thrills didn't get started until the second half. A thirty-four yard run by Heap early in the third quarter soon bloomed into the third Wildcat touch down. Call Jankowski Out of Bounds, Shortly . afterward Jankgwski took a pass from Jordan on a play that started on his 34 yard line and ran to the Wildcat goal line. When the officials got up to the scene they de cided that Jankowski had stepped to 40 Continued on page 7, column 4.