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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY,

SIX TIlE ~ICflIGA1Y DAILY SUNflAY,

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UNION THEATER TRIP TO DETROIT

JULIE HARRIS
in the Pre-Broadway presentation
"WARM PENINSULA"
Thursday, December 11, 1958
Tickets and Information now available in
Union Student Offices

Rams Edge Baltimore
As Wade, Shofner Star

Ailing Lions Hos
Giants in Finale

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By The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES - The Los An-
geles Rams got sweet revenge to-
day with a whopping crowd join-
ing in the celebration as the home
heroes defeated the Baltimore
Colts, 30-28, in Memorial Coli-
seum.

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Los Angeles' left end Del Shof-
ner turned in two brilliant runs
on passes from Billy Wade, one
for 63 yards that set up the first
Ram touchdown. The other was a
spectacular 69-yd. romp for a
touchdown that ended the Rams'
scoring.
Johnny Unitas, Baltimore's
great quarterback, broke a NFL
record for consecutive game
touchdown passes, and completed
23 of 38 throws for 214 yards and
three touchdowns.
He went into the game with
only four interceptions against
him all season but the Rams in-
tercepted three and returned two
for touchdowns.
Linebacker Dick Daugherty
grabbed one Unitas toss that was
blocked and barged 12 yards. De-
fensive halfback Jack Morris stole
another and raced 44 yards for
the other TD.
Unitas hit Ray Berry, Lenny
Moore, and Jim Mutscheller for
three of the Colts' touchdowns,'
with Gino Marchetti setting up
the first by recovering a Wade
fumble.

By AL SINAI
With the Western Division
crown sewed up by the Baltimore
Colts, despite their 30-28 loss to
the Los Angeles Rams yesterday,
all eyes are turned to two con-
tests which will decide if Cleve-
land will win their eighth Eastern
Division title in nine years.
Detroit's injury-ridden Lions'
play host to the Eastern Division's
second place club, New York, who
trail the Browns by one game,

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TORONTO -- The last - place
Toronto Maple Leafs continued
their strange mastery over Boston
last night as they whipped the
Bruins, 4-1, in a National Hockey
League game.

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The Leafs, who exploded for
three goals in the second period
and picked up one more in the
third, ran their total victories for
the season to seven. Four have
come in six games against the
Bruins. They have lost once to
Boston and tied in the other.
Montreal Romps
MONTREAL-Rookie Alvin Mc-i
Donald scored two goals last night
in a 6-0"runaway victory for the
Montreal Canadiens over the New
York Rangers as goalie Jacques
Plante registered his fourth shut-
out of the NHL season and got an
assist on Montreal's first goal.
Wings Edge Hawks
CHICAGO-Detroit's Red Wings
scored two goals in the final 15
minutes to defeat the Chicago
Black Hawks, 4-3, in a Saturday
NHL matinee affair.
Royals Finally Win
ST. LOUIS-Cincinnati Royal
rookie Archie Dees and Jack Twy-
man, one of the club's few vet-
erans, were the heroes in the
Royals' triple-overtime 132-128 up-
set of the Minneapolis Lakers last
night.
Pistons Top Knicks
NEW YORK-Gene Shue pro-
vided the game-ending spark that
carried the Detroit Pistons to a
99-92 victory over the New York
Knickerbockers in an NBA game
that saw 19 ties and 17 lead
changes before a Madison Square
Garden crowd of 17,235.
With only 1:69 left and the
score tied at 90-all, Shue led a,
fast break and fed Phil Jordon
for a three-point play that put the
Knicks' Ray Felix out of the game
on fouls.
Shue then bit a jump shot with
42 seconds to 'go and stole the ball
from New York's Carl Braun for,

a solo dash with 35 seconds re-1
maining to put the decision on ice
for the Pistons.
It was Detroit's first victory over
New York in three meetings this
season and the Knicks' sixth de-
feat in the last eight outings.

while Cleveland travels to Phila-
delphia.
Should Detroit and Cleveland
win, Paul Brown's consistent title-
holders will have added another
Bauble to their already large col-
lection.
Should New York win, the cli-
nax will come in next week's
head-on clash between the Browns
ind Giants.
New York is a three point fa-
vorite to defeat the Lions, and
the only surprise is that they
aren't heavier favorites, conid-
ering Detroit's long injury list.
Injured Lions
Halfback Hopalong Cassady has
a sprained ankle, and Jim Doran
a bad leg, tackle Gil Mains is re-
covering from an operation, and
tackle Bob Miller has an injured
back. Another end, Dave Middle-
ton, still has' sore leg muscles.
However, the Giants are an un-
predictable team, having lost
three times when they were favor-
ites, but upsetting the Browns and
Colts on successive Sundays.
Cleveland is a seven point fa-
vorite to defeat the Eagles, who
are in the cellar of the division.
Steelers Hot
In a game in the pation's capi-
tal, the Redskirls host. the red-hot
Pittsburgh Steelers. Coach Buddy
Parker has been getting a lot of
mileage out of two ex-Lions, full-
back Tom Tracy and quarterback
Bobby Layne. Layne has skyrock-
eted to the second leading passer
in the league.
In other games today, Chicago
meets Chicago as the Bears take
on the Cards in their traditional
intra-city rivalry, and the 49ers
host the last place Packers. The
Bears (6-4) are seven point fa-
vorites to defeat the Cards (2-7-1)
while the San Francisco clash
promises to be a battle between
coaches. Both Green Bay Coach
Scooter McLean and 49er mentor
Frankie Albert are in danger of
losing their jobs.

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JACQUES PLANTE
.. shutout star

Coliege Grid SeasonEnds
As Miami Upsets Oregon

By The Associated Press
Miami pulled off a 2-0 upset
over Oregon yesterday as college
football finally put the wraps on
regular season play that shoiad
never have begun as far as the
Huiricanes were concernedun.
Little Fran Curci's first punt of
the year rolled dead on the Oregon
one in the third period. Two plays

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later 1ill Poole and Dan Coughlin
smashed through and dropped
Oregon's Dave Grosz in the end
zone for the winning safety. That,
plus a number of bad breaks that
'frustrated Oregon all afternoon,
put afi end to MiamPs losing slump
pl seven games.
Boston College ripped Holy
Cross 26-8, with sophomore quar-
terback John Amabile scoring one
TD and passing for another.
Arizona State at Flagstaff and
Northeastern Oklahoma remained
unbeaten as they qualified for the
NAIA's Holiday Bowl at St. Peters-
burg, Fla., which will be televised
nationally Dec. 20.
Arizona State chalked up its
11th victory with a 41-12 decision
over Gustavus Adolphus at Tucson.
And Northeastern staved off a
fourth period rally by St. Bene-
dict's for a 19-14 decision at Tulsa,
Okla., and its 10th triumph.

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