Sport: The Unbeatens

Army got past Michigan (20-13) but—unless they found some first-class reserve troops quickly—it looked like the beginning of the end. The soldier who saved the day was brilliant Glenn Davis (junior partner in Davis, Blanchard & Co.), who squirmed through the entire Michigan team for 58 yds. and a touchdown. He tossed seven passes, completed seven; got bruised and tired from playing almost the whole 60 minutes. So did the rest of Army's first stringers. Some of the season's other unbeatens:

¶ Notre Dame (TIME, Oct. 14), pointing exclusively for Army, throttled...

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