THE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 8.
Wolverine Defense Makes 'Big Plays'
By BRIAN MacCLOWRY
An air of subdued cheerfulness
pervaded Ferry Field yesterday as
the Wolverines prepared for the
Indiana invasion next Saturday.
Head Coach Bump Elliott was
understandably in better spirits
yesterday than after the Wiscon-
sin game a week ago, as he joked
with the sportswriters and ad-
mitted that he was "very pleased
to win" against Illinois.
Especially, he added, after Illi-
nois had so many opportunities to
win the game. Elliott remarked
that the combination of the sur-
prise fourth down pass play in the
second quarter, and the stout Wol-
verine defense had to be looked on
as the key factors in the victory.
"We noticed in the Illinois
AP Top Ten
movies," Elliott explained, as he
spoke of the surprise play that led
to the Michigan touchdown, "that
when they sent three safety men
back on fourth down they kept
their close backs outside the. ends-
and left the center open.
"And when we punted the first
time in the game," he continued,
"they did the same thing. With the
ball on their 43 it was worth a
Asked about the try for the two-
point conversion,. Elliott said that
he hoped to put the pressure on
Illinois by going ahead at this
point in the game. What many
Wolverine fans didn't know was
that the regular place kicker, end
John Halstead, had come down
sick on Friday and spent the night
in health center. He didn't play at
all in the Illinois game.
The Illinois win was in direct
contrast to the loss to Wisconsin.
After the Badger game Elliott had
remarked that Wisconsin had won
because its offense was always
able to come up with the big play,
whereas Illinois couldn't.
Turning to the defense, Elliott
commented, "The defensive team
came up with the big play time
after time. They stopped them
when they had to."
He singled out Keith Cowan and
Jon Schopf as doing particularly
fine Jobs in the defensive line.
Still speaking about defense,
Elliott explained that defensive
coach Bob Hllway must be given
most of the credit for the defen-
sive team's fine showing this year.
"Hollway plans the defenses,
and has done a tremedous Job this
The only dreary note came in
the report concerning the inJuries
to Ed Hood and Dave Raimey.
Hood was on crutches yesterday
after being knocked unconscious
and suffering a sprained ankle on
the same play against Ililnois. His
head injury has cleared up but he
is still unable to run.
Raimey also suffered a sprained
ankle in the game, but was suited
up yesterday, although without
pads. He did not take part in any
DEFENSIVE STALWARTS-Michigan Coach Bump Elliott had
nothing but praise for his Wolverines' defensive play in last. Sat-
urday's victory over Illinois, 8-7. For individual praise he singled
out tackle John Schopf (left) and end Keith Cowan for their de-
fensive line play.
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I-M FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS:
Unbeaten Kelsey B's Win Title, 8-0
By JOHN SCOCHIN speed to advantage in overtime
The aerial attack of unbeaten to defeat the East Quadsmen 1-0
Kelsey, spearheaded by quarter- for the "A" team second place
back 'Chuck Striffler and ends crown.
Mike Watkins and Stu Kirscher Cold weather was responsible
was the big weapon in defeating for repeated "bobbles" by the
Taylor 8-0 for the "B" team title Scott ends which nullified num-
last night. erous scoring opportunities.
Watkins and Striffler scored six Two overtime runs by quarter-
and two points, respectively, to back Paul O'Reilly plus a 35-yard
pace Kelsey to its second straight pass to Roger Schmidt put the
"B" championship. ball deep in Strauss territory,
Fleet-footed Scott House, .after where it stayed till the whistle
being held repeatedly by a tena- blew ending the contest.
cious Strauss defense, used its Carry Adams' 60-yard touch-
For the first time since opening week, a member of the fair sex
is the winner of the Grid Picks contest., Sally Jo Sawyer, of 215
Barbour, got a score of 16-4 and won hands down.
Indiana, held to two yards against Ohio State last week, invades
Ann Arbor this week looking for their upset of the year. The Hoosiers
face a Wolverine squad that has lacked power in their last four
games. While Michigan should be rated a slight favorite, some
experts see an upset in the making.
Select the winners of the games, include the score of the
Michigan game to break any possible ties, and send your entries
to Grid Picks, Michigan Daily; 420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor, or
return them by hand to the main office on the second floor. The
person with the most correct games will win two free tickets to
the Michigan Theatre, now showing "Midnight Lace".
Here are this week's Grid Picks :
1. Indiana at MICHIGAN 11. South Carolina at Clemson
(score) 12. Tulane at Florida
2. Wisconsin at Illinois 13. Alabama at Georgia Tech
3. Ohio State at Iowa 14. Mississippi at Tennessee
4. Purdue at Minnesota 15. Maryland at North Carolina
5. Michigan State at North- 16. Duke at Wake Forest
western 17. Texas A.&M. at Rice
6. Missouri at Oklahoma 18. Texas at TCU
7. Colorado at Kansas 19. Southern California at
8. Army at Pittsburgh Baylor
9. Princeton at Yale 20. Air Force at UCLA
down run highlighted Adam
House's 12-0 victory over Allan
Rumsey for the second place "B"
team laurels, yesterday. Keith
Richardson accounted for the
other score on a six yard pass.
Fullback Mike Lange plowed
across for two touchdowns and
teammate Ted McVay scored an-
other as Gomberg's Elements
downed Evans 18-2, yesterday,nto
clinch the second place in the
Cooley House grabbed the third
place "A" team title as Dave
Smingle caught an 11-yard pass
from signalucaller Dick Mandel to
climax an 80-yard drive and give
Cooley an 8-0 win.
Other playoff scores are:
Fourth-place "A"-Gomberg 14,
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ship football game originally
scheduled for tonight was post-
poned to Thursday evening at
Williams 6; fifth-place "A"-Chi-
cago 6, Allan Rumsey 0; third-
place "B"-Gomberg 14, Hinsdale
6; fourth-place "B'-Winchell 18,
Williams 8; fifth-place "B"-Van
Tyne 6, Huber 0; third-place In-
dependents-Trust 8, Muskrats 6;
and fourth-place Independents -
Frederick 1, NADS 0.
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