Sport: Football, Oct. 17, 1932

Michigan and Northwestern, tied for the Big Ten championship in 1926. 1930, 1931, had not played each other since 1925 until last week. At Ann. Arbor Northwestern's huge-pawed, plunging halfback Pug Rentner fumbled better than he plunged. His first fumble gave Michigan the chance for its first touchdown, three minutes after the game started. While Northwestern scored once, Michigan passes got another touchdown, and Michigan's best passer, Harry Newman, made a 52-yd. run, kicked a field goal that would have been convenient if Northwestern fourth-quarter march had not stalled on Michigan's seven-yard line....

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