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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1960

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN.

SUNDY, OVEMER 3, 106 HE MCHIAN DILYPA(W5~IV.i

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Slue Me
By Jim Tindall
November 12:
Don't Mess with Carl's Pride
When Carl Ward stands on a splintery old gray bench to talk
to you, he is almost tall enough to breath the same air as everyone
else in the locker room.
From his perch, Ward-who stands three Dailies high-
explained that besides craving a win in his last home game he
had a little something personal on the line yesterday.
The way Carl tells it, "When we played 'em there last year and
they beat us (34-22) those guys went running up and down the field
yelling 'Go Blue.' In fact one of them even ran up and yelled that in
Coach Elliott's face. Well, it's all right to congratulate a team after
a game, but when you mess with somebody's pride, that's something
else."
Free advice: Don't ever mess with Ward's pride.
Carl worked hard yesterday and in the heat of the contest he
4 had a few words with Wildcat Dennis Coyne. After the game Ward
had more than words for a couple of white jerseys. "It was a hard,
rough game, and it was just one of those things," explained Ward.
When a locker room visitor
yelled, "Hey Carl, how about you;
and Cassius in a month?" k.
Ward quipped, "Naw, he's too k
slow.
Visitors from The Land of Lin
coln must be beginning to think
that Ward just has a personal
vendetta against any Illinoisan.
that walks into the Stadium. You
don't mess with Carl's statistics
for the last two weeks: 20 carries
131 yards and 20 carries 75 yards. s
That's running, with a capital
"WARD."
It's really too bad that no oneĀ£
will ever know how many of Carl's
yards made the statistics on sec-
ond, third, and fourth efforts, but
it must be . . . well it must be
plenty. Even the girls in the
stands can appreciate Ward's style when he squirts under or through
a pile of tacklers for an extra two, three, or four yards
Carl's running in those situations has been likened to a mole
looking for a hole. When asked about that Carl said, "Yup, and
that's just about the way I feel sometimes too."
It hasn't been all pitted olives for Carl this year. Perhaps no one
on the team has experienced quite the same frustration, or at least as
much of it as Ward has. Against Michigan State he gave up 26
yards running backwards; he dropped four swing passes; and, per-
haps worst of all, he stopped in front of defenders giving them a
great shot at his legs. No one felt lower after that game than Carl.
These .last two games have taken some of that bad taste out of his
mouth, but certainly not all of it.
Ward wasn't perfect yesterday either as he fumbled late in the
second quarter. As Ward turned the left corner on his favorite sweep
he switched the ball to his outside arm, and he didn't quite have
complete control of it when he was hit. The ball slipped out behind
' him, and Carl was held motionless by nemesis Justin Ramp while
nemesis John McCambridge plopped on the ball.
The turnover appeared at first to be very costly because
Northwestern went 31 yards in eight plays for a TD and a ten
point lead, but the Wolverines came right back, to neutralize the
advantage.
Perhaps Ward's desire was most dramatically demonstrated yes-
terday on his five-yard slash for a touchdown. On the play he was
stopped at the two, but he broke the tackle enough to leap backwards
into the end zone. "You don't get too many chances like that, so
you've got to take 'em when you can."
The game plan centered around running the "corners" (off
tackle) with Ward and Jim Detwiler. When they stopped Ward
in the second half, Michigan went to Dets.
"They mostly gang tackled me," explained Ward, "but I got hit
hard a couple of times too." In fact as Carl was slipping into his
black cashmere topcoat on his way out of the locker room he said
to a teammate, "I'm sore as hell."
That's physically and not mentally, I think.

C lancy
(Continued from Page 1)1
The Blue roared back. Down t
20-14, Dick Vidmer mixed up 13 f
plays to take Michigan down to
within inches of a first down on a
the Northwestern six. But with a y
fourth-and-one situation in the a
third quarter, Elliott never hesi-
tated, and Vidmer sent Fisher
up the middle for the first down.-
Three plays later the quarterback
put his head down and went' ther
final few inches for the score. -
But Michigan just can't seem to a
play any kind of game that will I
be easy on a fan's digestive sys- t
tem. So after Rosema had dropped r
Michigan Exerc

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First Downs
Rushing
Passing
Penalty
Total No. of Rushes
Net Yards3
Rushing2
Passing 17
Forward Passes Att.
Completed
Intercepted by
Yards It. Returned
Total Plays (Rushes
and Passes)
Kickoffs, Returned by
Yards Kicks Returned
Punts
Kickoffs
Fumbles, Number
Ball Lost by
Penalties, Number
Yards Penalized
MICHIGAN 7
NORTHWESTERN 7

MICH.
22
9
10
3
53
390
220
0
20

NU
17
10
7
0
54
294
188
10
19
10
0
0

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he Wildcat 21, Alex Agase called was short.
for a quick kick. Rick's Volk and "Sing to the Colors..."
Sygar raced back to try for a shot It was in the fourth quarter thatj
at a return, but Volk decided to Michigan's seniors moved to clinch
et it ride and was waving Sygar the contest. "We didn't see any
off when the gregarious pigskin key weakness in Northwestern'sI
decided to join the crowd. defense," said Elliott." We justI
Naturally it picked out Sygar wanted to mix the plays up as we
as a team mate, having been close could. When they started over-
with the defensive back in the shifting to the outside, we felt we
past. But Roger Murphy (the sore should come back against them."I
port) wanted the ball on his side, So while the Stadium PA an-I
nd abducted it on Michigan's 33. nouncer was rattling off names of1
t all led to naught, though, for retiring seniors, the seniors tipped
he ball refused to bounce cor- their helmets to a cheering crowd!
ectly for Murphy's buddies too, this way:I
. Number 19, Carl Ward.,..
ises 'Seniority 'Vidmer takes the snap at Mich-
k igan's 20, fakes a hand-off to1
isder 10380 4.0 Ward going out to the right, and J
Kemp 1 -14 -14.0 comes back inside to . .
Totals 53 220 4.2 ". . . Number 48, Jim Det-1
Northwestern .A"
Tries Net. Ave. wilei'...
McKelvey 22 83 3.8 Detwiler, not tucking this time
Campbell 13 58 4.5 as he hit the line over right guard,
Kurzawski 9 27 3.0 broke a couple of tackles and took
Gates 4 12 3.0
Melzer 3 4 1.3 off. The big halfback, who had
Olson 3 4 1.3 earlier put away a Vidmer aerial
Totals 54 188 3.5 and outrun Northwestern's sec-
PASSING ondary for a 49-yard TD, swung
Michigan . out-towards the sideline and high-
Att. Comp. Yards Pt. tailed it for 47 yards before being
Vidmer 20 10 170 .500
Northwestern pushed out on the other 33.
Att. Comp. Yards Pet. The Last Senior
Melzer 19 10 106 .526 The Blue lined up again . . and
PASS RECEIVING the announcer was back to finish
Michigan the job.
Clanc No. Yards A . "And finally, senior captain
Detwiler 2 60 30.0 Jack Clancy."
Wilsite 2 22 11.0 And it was very final. Vidmer
Totals 10 170 17.0 went back and Clancy took off on
Northwestern
No. Yards Ave. his appointed rounds, charging
Banaszek 5 54 10.8 straight downfield with defensive
Olson 2 22 11.0 halfback Dennis White right on
Murphy 1 15 15.0
Kurzawski 2 15 7.5 him. Vidmer's pass was short, and
Totals 10 106 10.6 Clancy and White went up for it
PUNTING at the two.
Michigan Clancy went higher.
No. Yards Ave. He also managed to hang on to
Kemp 3 95 32
Northwestern the ball, and when he reached the
No. Yards Ave. land of milk and honey it was
Bailaszek 2 72 36 backwards and still churning.
Kurzawski 1 46 46 "We made .some mistakes to
Totais 3 118 39
Atedne-856 day," said a happier Bump Elliott

after the win, "but we were a more
consistent team. Jim Detwiler had
a great game today."
But Not the Last Game
Can this team beat Ohio State?
"Well . . I think we can beat'
most any team. But you just can't
tell. I wish I could."
Maybe Stan Kemp gave us a'
clue.
They were talking about the
play in which he had to eat the
ball and take a loss. A friend said
that it looked as though someone
had grabbed Kemp's face mask.
"No, he didn't. But the way he
hit me, he almost gave me a
shoulder separation."
That'd be terrible, said the
friend. To have it' happen with
just one game left.
"Well, I don't know," answered
Kemp. "I don't have anything to
save it for now."
See you at Columbus.

UAC CHARTERED JETS
TO EUROPE 1967
Mass Meeting Mon., Nov. 14
7-30 P.M. in Union Ballroom
IT GOT SO BIG
WE HAD TO CALL IT
We really didn't want to (you know, it sounds like
we're trying to sell dog food or something) but we had
no other choice. How else could we describe the fantastic
Sesquicentennial Issue of Gargoyle. (Well I suppose we
could have called it fantastic. Over fifty pages (many
in glorious, blushing color, packed with the frank, and
sometimes shocking story of the University, its students,
faculty, traditions, and merchants). Page after page
exposing the culmutive mistakes of 150 years. It's just
the sort of thing to press into your memory album or
send home to Mother with a little note of explanation-
Dear Ma,
It got so BIG they HAD to call it Giant!

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Big Ten Standings

11

73 73
5 5
80 92
0 0
80 92
2 2
1 1
3 4
34 50
7 7 7-28
10 3 0--20

W
Michigan State 7
Purdue 5
Illinois 4
Minnesota 3
MICHIGAN 3
Ohio State 3
Northwestern 1
Wisconsin 1
Indiana 1
Iowa 1

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Pet.
1.000
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.667
.583
.500
.500
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.250
.250
.143

SCORING
Nor-McKelvey (I run), Emmer-
ich (kick).
Mich-Ward (5 run), Sygar (kick).
Nor-FG Emmerich (22 yards).
Nor-Banaszek (6 pass from Mel-
zer), Eminerich (kick).
Mich - Detwiler (48 pass from
Vidmer), Sygar (kick).
Nor-FG Emmerich (27 yards).
Mich - Vidmer (1 rup), Sygar
(kick).
Mich-Ciancy (33 pass from Vid-
mler), Sygar (kick).

RUSHING
Michigan
Tries Net. Ave.
9 81 9.0
20 75 3.8

Detwiler
Ward

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