THE MICHIGAN DAILY
~R 19. 1961 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE S
Hawkeyes Downed for
Fourth in Row
In One Ear
by Brian MacClowry
STROBEL CARRIES-Wolverine halfback Jack Strobel carries through a hole in the Hawkeye de-
fense. Iowa center Van Buren (50) pursues Strobel while left end Lyon (88) watches in the back-
ground. Unfortunately for Michigan, Strobel was injured in the second period.
Elliott Cites Glinka So
As Momentum for Comeback
(Continued from Page 1)
back into his arms, then he cutT
back to the left through the arms
of two tacklers and down the side-1
lines to the Iowa 21, where Harrist
finally caught him.
Five plays later Raimey scored.
Bickle's kick was wide to the left,t
but Michigan led 16-14.'
Defense Stops Hawkss
The Wolverine defense stopped
the Hawks cold after the ensuing
kickoff and they had to punt.
Michigan picked up on first down
to the Iowa 44 but then bogged
down and the team lined up in
the normal T-formation, prepar-
ing to shift into punt position.
The shift, however, drew Hawk-
eye center Bill Van Buren offside
and the five-yd. penalty gave
Michigan a first down. The Wol-
verines then drove to the 2Q yd.
line from which Glinka on a
rollout hit Brown in the end zone
all alone. Bickle's conversion made
Michigan started the game
strong, stopping the Hawks after
four plays and then moving the
ball to the Iowa 24. There the 'M'
offense stalled and Doug Bickle
had to boot a 40 yd. field goal,
which put the Wolverines out in
front by a 3-0 margin.
But the Hawkeyes struck back.
With the ball on his own 47-yd.
line, Szykowny faked beautifully
and lofted a long pass to end
Cloyd Webb who was dropped on
the Michigan four by John Stain-
os. Fullback Bill Perkins crashedE
over left tackle for the touch-
down on the next play. Szykowny
kicked the extra point and Iowa
went ahead, 7-3.
Perkins and right half Sammie
Harris combined almost single-
handedly late in the second quar-
ter to move the ball from the Iowa
30 to the Michigan one yd. line..
From there, fullback Joe Williams
plunged over for the second Iowa
tally. Szykowny again converted
to make the halftime score 14-3.
Plays Major Role
Defense played the major role
in the Wolverine comeback. Iowa
totalled a -4 yds. for the second
half, losing 16 on the ground and
gaining only 14 through the air.
Szykowny had a bad day at the
Hawkeye helm. Wolverine defense-
men constantly put the pressure
on him, especially ends George
Mans and Brown, plus guard Lee
Hall. Brown brought down the 61"
junior passer while still on the
ground in the fourth quarter.
And Iowa receivers had slip-
pery fingers on several occasions
when the ball was in their hands
and they couldn't hold it.
Early in the second quarter, Szy-
kowny arched a pass to Williams
who was all alone on the Michi-
gan 17 but the Iowa backcouldn't
hold onto the ball and a sure
The leading passer in the Big
Ten, Szykowny had completed 59
of 104 attempts before entering
yesterday's game. He completed
only four of 11 tosses against the
Wolverines for only 61 yds.
Carried Only Once
McRae carried the ball only once
but caught a 28-yd. pass before
leaving the game. But Raimey 'witness the game.
stepped in for the team's leading
ground gainer and picked up 102
yds. without a loss. Fullback Bill
Tunnicliff did his usual yeoman
job, totaling 53 yds.
The victory left Michigan with
a 3-2 Big Ten mark and a 6-2
overall record. The Hawkeyes, aft-
er winning their first four games,
now stand 4-4, with a 2-4 confer-
A crowd of 61,925 braved tem-
peratures in the mid-thirties to
Day To Remember
THERE ARE SOME THINGS you think you will never see, even at
Michigan. Yesterday's clash between the Wolverines and Iowa pro-
duced some gridiron rarities that I think happened, but I can't be
1) Dave Glinka completed three straight passes and then ran 44
yds. for a touchdown; 2) Harvey Chapman, Jr., committed double
dribble before cutting back on a 54-yd. run that set up the winning
touchdown; 3) Bump Elliott sent two men in motion in different
directions on the same play when time was in; 4)students cheered
, One copy of this will go to The Daily and the other to
Clements Library, where it will be catalogued alongside other
such historical documents as: Teddy Roosevelt's charge up San
Juan Hill; Teddy Roosevelt's previously unreported charge back
down San Juan Hill; and his rushing averages for the two charges.
One thing about a Michigan-Iowa football game, you don't find
yourself being bored with fundamentals. You know, things like block-
ing and tackling. They should play this one over for the benefit of
the 61,295 people who still think it's possible for the first man who
reaches the ball carrier to tackle him. The Wolverines rolled up 266-
yards rushing for the day, mostly on the strength of the Iowa
tackling and the two long breakaways by Glinka and Chapman.
Glinka's Run Hurt.. .
Hawkeye Coach Jerry Burns said disconsolately after the game
that it was Glinka's run that hurt his club the most.
"Had we been able to stop them on their first drive in the second
half, then with the momentum we had from the first half it might
have been a different game," Burns said.
"They (Michigan) came out throwing in the second half and
we adjusted our defenses accordingly and thought we had 'em
stopped," Burns continued. "But then he (Glinka) got away after
being trapped and ran for the touchdown. From then on they
had the momentum."
Obviously Iowa's problem is not coming from behind, it's coming
i from ahead. The Hawkeyes held a comfortable 14-3 lead at halftime
only to see it fade away on Glinka's run, Dave Raimey's 3-yd. plunge
and Glinka's 20-yd. touchdown pass to Brown in the fourth quarter.
Iowa had its Matt Szykowny, Bill Perkins and Joe Williams but
we had Chapman and Bill Tunnicliff and that was the difference yes-
Who's Chapman? Well, he's a 5'11", 175 lb. sophomore halfback
from Farmington whose previous claim to fame was that he made the
Illinois trip (with the team). Until yesterday he had carried the ball
11 times for a net 21 yards and one touchdown. Against Iowa he
lugged the ball five times for 75 yards, for a neat 11.8 yards per
carry. All of which makes him the prime candidate for the most-
Runs Over People.. .
By CLIFF MARKS
Associate sports Editor
"It was a great team effort that
enabled us to come back," said
Michigan Coach Bump Elliott in
reference to yesterday's 23-14
triumph over Iowa.
And indeed it was for a Wol-
verine team on the way to its best
football season since 1955.
Things looked as dismal as the
overcast sky after the first half
yesterday, but it was a hopped up
Michigan squad that came out of
the dressing room. The flame was
really ignited by quarterback Dave
Glinka's 44-yd. TD run after he
couldn't find a receiver open. It
was Glinka's first Michigan touch-
"Dave's run really got us mov-
ing," said Elliott, "and once the
team caught the spark they held
it and just wouldn't let go."
* * *
Elliott also credited Bob Holl-
way (defensive coach) for adjust-
ing the defense between halves. It
certainly proved effective as Iowa
ended up with a -16 yards rushing
in the second half.
"Wa moved the tackles in and
the linebackers out, said Hollway
in explaining the change, "and left
the ends wide so that they could
get a better angle to rush the
Although Elliott praised the en-
tire team, and rightly so, many
individuals stood out, some of
them being third stringers pressed
into action because of numerous
Harvey Chapman was one-
stepping in at left halfback for
Bennie McRae (bruised shoulder)
and Jack Strobel (injured knee).
Chapman picked up 71 yards in
only five carries, 54 of them com-
ing on an unusual play which set
up Michigan's second touchdown.
Here's what happened for those
of you who stayed in out of the
Chapman fumbled the handoff
from Glinka, dropped the ball,
picked it up, stumbled, then
started around right end. After
tripping through the line he cut
back to the left and almost went
all the way except for the dogged
determination of halfback Sammie
Harris who fought off Chapman's
* * *
Still another reserve came into
his own yesterday and that was
big senior end Bob Brown. He has
been alternating with Scott Maentz
all year, but was pressed into full-.
time service yesterday when
Maentz suffered a badly twisted
Besides catching his third touch-
down pass of the year, a 20-yd.
flip from Glinka, Brown played
what Elliott called ". . . his great-
est game ever." Not only did he
single - handedly throw quarter-
back Matt Szykowny for two
straight losses totalling 17 yards
in the last quarter, but he threw
a crushing block to cut down the
last man in Glinka's path on the
latter's TD run.
sent in Tom Prichard to punt on
a fourth-and-four situation from
the 36-yard line. The Wolverines
went on from there to score the
final touchdown'on Glinka's pass
* * *
Doug Bickle missed his third
extra point of the year yesterday
but kicked his fourth field goal in
seven tries. He has 20 extra points.
However, he seemed to be having
a little trouble with his kickoffs
and he was not kicking from the
X on the 40-yard line. Could that
be the reason?
* * *
An ironic twist of fate occurred
in yesterday's injury to Bennie
McRae, which has been diagnosed
as a possible shoulder separation.
His dad came all the way from
Newport News, Va., to see him play
for the first time in either high
school or college football. He got
to see his son catch one pass
for 28 yards, run once for four,
and make one tackle. The latter
proved to be fatal as Joe Williams
ran smack into McRae's waiting
arms (and shoulder).
Unlucky George Mans lost the
pre-game flip of the coin for the
eighth consecutive week. Last
year's captain Jerry Smith won
only one of nine tosses, which
should be some kind of football
record for two seasons.
TOUCHDOWN RUN-Michigan quarterback Dave Glinka (24)
starts through the line on his third period touchdown run of 44
yards with tackle John Houtman (57) delivering a block.
Bump Fiddles While Jerry Burns
First Downs 18
Total No. of Rushes 53
Net Yards-Rushing 266
Forward Passes Att. 16
Intercepted by 0
Yds. interceptions ret. 0
Total Plays (Rushes and
Punts, Number 5
Average distance 28
Kickoffs, returned by 3
Yds. Kicks Returned 40
Fumbles, Number 2
Ball Lost by 0
Penalties, Numzer 5
Yards penalized 35
Tries Gains Loss Net
12 53 0 53
1 4 0 4
22 102 0 102
7 5118 33
4 12 2 10
5 75 4 71
4 5 0 5
55 302324 278
Tries Gains Loss Ne,
9 13 43 -30
6 26 0 26
16 62 3 59
3 11 0 11
4 19 0 19
2 12 0 12
40 143 46 97
A++. LnImjI7r+l VaaU .
Tunnicliff picked up 53 yards on 12 carries, mostly the hard way.
That is, head first feet second. I knew Tunnicliff's ankle was better
the first time he carried the ball. He not only ran over a tackler he
stepped on him. If Grauman's Chinese ever needs Tunnicliff's foot-
print they can take a plaster cast of Iowa center Bill Van Buren's
The only question that remains now is what is Elliott going to
do for football players against Ohio State? So many Michigan players
were helped off the field yesterday I thought the game was being
sponsored by the American Medical Association in conjunction with
Florence Nightingale under the auspices of the United Fund. I've seen
healthier people on Medic.
Jack Strobel and Todd Grant both have knee injuries, so we
can expect at least a "we want Strobel" chant next fall. Grant Is
a senior. Bennie McRae sat out three quarters of the game kith a
bruised shoulder, and Scotty Maentz injured his ankle and also
sat out the second half.
Att. Comp. Int. Yd9.
16 7 0 99
Att. Comp. Int. Yds.
11 4 0 61
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