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THDE MICHIGAN DAILY

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fir Force Deadlocks Iowa;
Viscons n Routs Marquette

Prahst Intercepts Lateral for First TD,
Catches Pass To Set Stage for.Second

By The Associated Press
IOWA CITY, Iowa -- The Air
Force Academy Falcons earned
their football wings yesterday by
battling Iowa to a 13-13 tie.,
Playing only their third year of
varsity football, and at least a
two-touchdown underdog, the Fal-
cons made the Big Ten team look
a bit foolish at times.
Led by southpaw passer John
Kuenzel the Air Force soared to
a 13-7 halftime lead and then
gave up only the tying points
against a strong Iowa team.
* * *
Badgers Triumph
MADISON, Wis. - Wisconsin,
fused by the gilt-edged running
of Jn Dobbs, Eddie Hart and Dale
Hackbart, exploded for seven
touchdowns and an easy 50-0
football victory over Marquette
yesterday.
A Camp Randall Stadium crowd
of 42,513 watched the heavily-
favored Badgers convert four pass
interceptions into touchdowns on
the way to their 15th straight tri-
umph over the Warriors from
Milwaukee.
* . *
Duke Downs Illinois
DURHAM, N.C. -Duke struck
for two first-half touchdowns be-
hind the running of halfback Wray
Carlton and George Dutrow and
withstood a determined last half
rally to edge Ilinois, 15-13, yester-
day.
Pitt Downs Gophers
MINNEAPOLIS - Pittsburgh
fought off one heartbreak after
another yesterday to fally for two
fourth-period touchdowns that
beat Minnesota 13-7.
Bill Kaliden smashed for the
winning t6uchdown with one and
a half minutes left.
The victory ended 25 years of
Pittsburgh failure against Minne-
sota.
The Gophers had won nine
straight games in the series, dat-

ing back to 1933, and seemed on
the high road to making it 10 in
a rowuntil quarterbacks Kaliden
and Ed Sharockman triggered the
Panthers' late game comeback.
Northwestern Smothers Stanford
EVANSTON, Ill.-Darting half-
back Ron Burton and. magical
sophomore quarterback Dick
Thornton led Northwestern to a
28-0 football victory over underdog
Stanford yesterday.
The busy Burton, who averaged
about five yards ,a try, scored
twice on 1-yard smashes. But it
was Thornton's tricky ball han-
dling which made Northwestern's
attack click.
Hoosiers Upset West Va.
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - Senior
tailback Ted Smith streaked down
the sidelines on touchdown runs
of 55 and 47 yards for Indiana
yesterday and the Hoosiers turned
in a 13-12 upset over West Vir-
ginia.
Smith rounded out his day's
work by knocking down a West
Virginia pass and spoiling an ex-
tra-points gamble that could have
won the game for the Mountain-
eers.
With West Virginia trailing by
one point in the final quarter after
Dick Longfellow's one-yard sneak,
Longfellow tried to pass for the
two extra points. Smith wrecked
OSU Edges Washington '
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Heavily
favored Ohio State converted two
breaks into touchdowns'for a 12-7
decision over the Washington Hus-
kies yesterday:
Boasting an 18-pound per man
weight advantage and favored by
20 points, the Buckeyes were out-
played most of the way. They
cashed in on a first period pass;
interception and a thifd period
blocked punt.

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SPARTAN SPEEDSTER-Michigan State's speedy halfback Art Johnson (30) carries the ball as
his fullback, Don Arend (44), blocks Michigan's end Walt Johnson out of the play. State's Johnson
was one of the mainstays in MSU's final touchdown drive to tie the score at 12-12.
COLLEGE GRID ROUNDUP:.
Oklahoma, Oregon State Post Wins

By The Associated Press
NORMAN, Okla. - Top ranked
Oklahoma ran into the stubborn
defense of Oregon yesterday and
the Sooners were fortunate to
come out with a 6-0 victory.
The well-coached Oregon club
allowed the -Sooners the game's
only touchdown in the second
quarter when it lost the ball on
a fumble.
The Webfoots held an edge in
statistics over the Sooners which
were ranked the nation's top of-
fensive team after opening last

week with a 47-14 pasting of West
Virginia.
The teams battled evenly in the
middle of the field but Oregon
couldn't sustain its, drive when it
got near pay dirt.
Oregon State Trips
CORVALLIS, Ore. -- Oregon
State unleashed Paul Lowe and
the forward pass yesterday. UCLA
could not cope with either and
the Staters took a Pacific Coast
Conference victory 14-0.
Both defenses were stout, both
on the ground and against passes,

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when threats developed during
the game's early stages but as the
second quarter opened OSC's
speedy-tailback Paul Lowe start-
ed. He drove with a bewildering.
change of pace. He danced. And
he passed. He handled the ball
eight times on the 10 plays it
took OSC to march from its own
15 to the opening touchdown. His
nine yard run was the payoff.
* * *
Notre Dame Whips SMU
DALLAS -Notre Dame's tough
defense and a hammering back-
field speared by massive Nick
Pietrosante offset the brilliant
passing of Don Meredith yester-
day as the Irish whipped South-
ern Methodist 14-6.
Pietrosante gouged out 45 yards
in a 90-yard touchdown drive
with Bill Mack making the last
41 yards on a slithering run. -
Bob Williams engineered a 72-
yard march climaxed by his one-
yard scoring smash as Notre
Dame won for the eighth time in
a 10-game series.
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California Surprises Wash. State
BERKELEY, Calif.-California
drove 96 yards for an opening
touchdown yesterday and then
capitalized on a pass interception
en route to a 34-14 upset over
Washington State.
A crowd of 25,000 in Memorial
Stadium and a nationwide tele-
vision audience saw Jack Hart
pick off a Bobby Newman pass
and dash 55 yards for the second
California touchdown.
* * *
Army Tops Penn State
WEST POINT, N.Y., -Army
played two 30-minute football
games yesterday.
It was a flawless in rolling up
26 points against a bewildered
Penn State defense in the first
half, then sputtered to a score-
less second half to be satisfied
with a 26-0 victory.
Navy Smashes BU
BOSTON - Navy quarterback
Joe Tranchini scuttled a fighting
Boston University football team
with a superb passing display yes-
terday that paid off in three
touchdowns and a 28-14 Middies'
victory.
The 187-pound Junior from
Clairton, Pa., etched his name
deeply in the list of recent great
Navy field generals as he com-
pleted 18 of 27 aerials for 221
yards and an insurmountable 20-8
halftime lead.

(Continued from Page 1)
The big touchdown came on a
two-yard plunge by Bercich.
However, the climax to the game
was on the point-after-touch-
down play. After Michigan was
penalized to the one-yard line for
offsides - trying to jump the gun
-Williams missed his second try,
and the game was a tie.
In the remaining three minutes
and 36 seconds - an essentially
anti-climatic period-both teams
got to handle the ball. Michigan
took the kickoff, and Ptacek al-
most got an opening to go all the
way, but was stopped on the
Michigan 42. Harper carried the
ball into the line for three plays,
and then punted to State.
The Spartans weren't afraid to
pass, however, obviously not
wanting to settle for a tie. Panitch
gained six on a roll out, and then
completed two passes before be-
ing dumped as the clock ran out.
Michigan's lead had been ac-
quired in the second period. After
a rather staid first quarter, in
which Michigan out-played the
Spartans completely, Gary Prahst
broke the game wide open.
Panitch Fumbles
Panitch was directing the State
offense, and took the ball from
the T, preparing to lateral to one
of his halfbacks. However, Tony
Rio knifed in from linebacker and
hit him just as he let go of the
ball.
The wild lateral was picked off
by Praist at full speed, and no
one touched him during a 42-yard
jaunt to paydirt. Myers missed
the first of Michigan's extra-
point attempts.
The second Wolverine touch-
down, coming at 9:45 of that
quarter, was also the direct result
of Prahst's alertness. The 'M'
senior again rushed Panitch,
knocking the ball loose just as he
was ready to pass, and Gene Sis-
inyak recovered for the Michigan
squad.
Myers, Ptacek Star
Myers : and Ptacek then took
turns passing and running, with
the former going for the final
yard and the six points. This time
Michigan went for two under the
new conversion rule, but Myers
was stopped on the one-yard line
after taking a flat pass from
Ptacek.
Neither team was impressive on
College
Roundup
GRID PICK SCORES
MICHIGAN 12, Michigan State 12
Indiana 13, West Virginia 12
Ohio State 12, Washington 7
Northwestern 28, Stanford 0
Duke 15, Illinois 13
Brown 35, Yale 29
California34, Washington State 14
N. Carolina State 26, Virginia 14
Oregon State 14, UCLA 0
Georgia Tech 14, Tulane 0
Notre Dame 14, SMU 6
Pittsburgh 13, Minnesota 7
Dartmouth 13, Pennsylvania 12
Army 26, Penn State 0
Oklahoma 6, Oregon 0
Tennessee 13, Mississippi S
Clemson 8, Maryland 0
Colorado 31, Kansas 0
Cornell 21, Harvard 14/
Rutgers 21, Colgate 7
EAST
Holy Cross 14, Syracuse 13
Navy 28, Boston College 14
Deleware 35, Temple 14
Villanova 21, Boston College 19
Princeton 43, Columbia 8
Carnegie Tech 19, Bucknell 13
SOUTH
Auburn 30, Chattanooga. S
Knoxville (Tenn.) 6, Kentucky St. 2
South Carolina 24, Georgia 14
Virginia Tech 27, Wm. and Mary 15
MIDWEST
Ohio Wesleyan 13, Akron 0
Nebraska 7, Iowa State 6
Depauw 16, Indiana State 14
Kent State 14, Ohio University 6
Central Michigan 3, 111. Normal 6
Utah State 20, Kansas State 13
S. Dakota Tech 32, General Beadle 0
N. Illinois 24, E. Illinois 12

FAR WEST
Wyoming 15, Denver 12

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(By the Author of "Raly Round the Flag, Boys! "and,
(Barefoot Boy with Cheek.")

GAME ROSTER
MICHIGAN STATE
Left End-Williams, Arbanas, Follis.
Left Tackle-O'Brien, McFarland
Left Guard -- Middleton, Walker,
Wright
C'enter--Castian, Matsos
Right Guard-Kelly, Laflose
Right Tackle-Pyle, Cundiff
Right End-Barker, Harness, Ver-
shinski
Quarterback-Panitch, Montgomery,
Wulff, Bielat
Left Halfback-Look, Luplow
Right Halfback - Johnson, Don-
nahoo
Fullback-Arend, Bereich
MICHIGAN
Left End-Prahst, Halstead
Left Tackle-Genyk, Smith
Left Guard-Callahan, Fillichlo
Center - Dickey, Syring
Right Guard - Marciniak, Jobson
Right Tackle -- Deskins, Bushong,
Stetten

Groce
Fullback-Herrnstein,
FIRST DOWNS
Rushing
Passing
Penalties
NET RUSHING
NET PASSING
Attempted
Completed
Intercepted by
PUNTS
Average yards
YARDS RETURNED
Punts
Kickoffs
FUMBLES
Lost
PENALTIES #
Yards Penalized

Rio, Slsinyak
MSU MICH.
14 -.
11 3
2 5
1 0
110 57
52 94
10 17
3' 6
0 3
8 7
44 30.6
170 119
123 42
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2 1.
4 3
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Right End-W. Johnson, B. Johnson
Quarterback=Ptacek
Left Halfback - Myers, Zachery,
Harper
Right Hlfback -- Julien, 'McNitt,;

offense, since the majority of, the
scoring came on ' breaks and
Look's long run. State rushed for
only 110 yards, whileMichigan
managed only 57. Meanwhile
Michigan passed for 94, compared,
to MSU's 52.
Many Injuries
Injuries definitely hurt Michi-
gan during the second half.
Herrnstein was out the complete
half with a face injury, and
Prahst suffered a broken nose.
Myers, Willie Smith, Tom Jobson,
Gary McNitt and George Genyk
also received injuries that kept
them from action.
The fact than Stan Noskin,
second-string quarterback, didn't
make the trip also hurt. Coach
Bennie Oosterbaan commented
that "we could have used Noskin
to vary the offense and to spell
Ptacek."

Statistics

HOW GREEN WAS MY CAMPUS
Don't tell me: I know how busy you've been! I know all the
things you've had to do in the opening days of the school year-
registering, paying fees, finding lodgings, entering a drag race,
getting married, building a cage for your raccoon. But now,
with all these essentials out of the way, let us pause and join
hands and take, for the first time, a long, leisurelylook at our
campus.
Ready? Let's go!
We- begin our tour over here on this lovely stretch df green.
sward called The Mall. The Mall, as we all know, was named in
honor of our distinguished alumnus Fred Mall, inventor of the
opposing thumb. Before Mr. Mall's invention, the thumb could
not be pressed or clicked against the other fingers. As a result,
millions of castanet makers were out of work. Today however,
thanks to Mr. Mall, one out of every three Americans is gain-
tfully employed making castanets. (The other two maker croquet
wickets.) Mr. Mall is now 106 years old and living in seclusion
on a sea cliff in Wellington, Kansas, but the old gentleman is
far from idle. He still works twelve hours a day in his labora-
tory, and in the last year has invented the tuna, the cuticle,
and lint.

The credit for the inspired
Michigan play must go primarily
to the -line. Since the ground at-
tack was impotent, the Michigan
points had to be acquired from
breaks. The hard-rushing line, led
by Prahst, Walt Johnson, Alex
Callahan and Don Deskins, fur-
nished the necessary breaks.
Both the first and second-string
units functioned beautifully, as is,
witnessed by the fact that State
didn't make a first down until the
second period. Aided by the final-
97-yard drive, the Spartans had
14 first downs to Michigan's eight.
For a teamh that was a 13-point.
underdog, the Wolverines gave a
fine account' of themselves. Too
bad the game wasn't a little
shorter, but as backfield coach
Bump Elliott said - "Well, we
didn't lose."

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SBut I digress. Let us resume our tour. At the end of The
Mall we see a handsome edifice called The Library. Here books
are kept. By "kept" I mean "kept." There is no way in the
world for you to get a book out of the library ... No, I'm
wrong. If you have a stack permit you can take out a book,
but stack permits are issued only to widows of Presidents of the
United States. (That lady you see coming out of the library
with a copy of Girl of the Limberlost is Mrs. Millard Fillmore.)
Next to The Library we see the Administration Building.
Here one finds the president of the university, the deans, and
the registrar. According to ancient academic usage, the president
is always called "Prexy." Similarly, the deans are called "Dixie"'
and the registrar iscalled "Roxy." Professors are called "Proxy's
and housemothers are called "Hoxy-Moxy.. Students are
called "Algae."
Diagonally across The Mall we see the Students Union. It is
a gay. mad place, frankly dedicated to the fun and relaxation
of we undergraduates. Here 'we undergraduates( may enjoy
ourselves in one of two ways-with filter or without. We under
graduates who prefer filters, prefer Marlboro, of course. Oh
what a piece of work is Marlboro!t The filter filters, the taste is
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