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THE MICHIGAN DAILY Si

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adgers To Wolverines
Intercepted Passes Thwart M' Offensive Threats,
higan Defensive 'Raiders' Throttle Wisconsin Attack

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t on Michigan's second play
s toss was pilfered by Bad-
ater Bob Nelson on the 30.
bs went 15 yards in three
, right half Bob Zeman
five more, and fullback~.
Wiesner negotiated the last
ds in two carries of equal
ce. The score became 8-3
Hackbgrt, hold for Holz-
s try for conversion, picked
s ball and scooted intq the
ne for two, extra points.
#lgan attempted to retaliate,

but Zeman placed himself in front
of a pass from Paul Palmer, who
worked with Michigan's second of-
fensive unit exclusively yesterday.
Zeman returned 20 yards to the
Michigan 41.
The eight-play scoring drive,
carrying into the second period,
was highlighted by an 18-yard
pass from reserve quarterback Jim
Bakken to Zeman for 18 yards.
From one yard out, Hackbart
followed his big line into the end
zone for the score and put his
team into : a commanding 14-3
lead. On th eextra-points play,

Hackbart went wide to his left,
then slanted over the goal line.
Once again Michigan attempted
to come back, as Noskin directed
his team to two first downs, the
last one on the Badger 35.
History Repeats
But once again a Noskin pass
drifted into the hands of a white-
jerseyed opponent. End Bob John-
son had the defense beaten when
he went downfield, but Noskin's
pass was short, and Wiesner pulled
it out of the air.
Near the end of the half, Michi-
gan again penetrated into Wiscon-

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sin territory, and gained a first
down at the 43. Again Johnson got
behind the defenders, and again
Noskin was short. Ron Steiner
hauled in the visitors' fourth in-
terception of the game.
There was no' scoring, and only
one interception in the third quar-
ter. Alex Callahan stopped a Wis-
consin scoring threat on the Mich-
igan 29 shortly after the first
period began when 'he picked off
another of the frustrated Hack-
bart's tosses. (The Badger quarter-
back attempted five passes during
the game. Two were incomplete,
thrde were intercepted.)
Raiders Chill Badgers
A little later in the third period,
Michigan's defensive platoon, pop-
ularly called (Paul) , "Raeder's
Raiders," began to assert itself.
Wisconsihi got two first downs
against the Michigan first-string
offensive team midway in the
period, and Wolverine fans called
for the "Raiders." They wentin
and proceeded to stop Wisconsin
cold.
After getting a first down, the
Raiders were forced to punt. Reid
Bushong got his foot into a 66-
yard kick that caught Wisconsin's
double-safetymen flatfooted and
bounced out on the visitors' 10-'
yard line.
The Badgers got only five yards
in three plays, and then punted.
The Raiders came out and were
greeted by enthusiastic cheers
from the Michigan section.
Noskin Sets Up TD
For the rest of the afternoon
the Raiders and Michigan's offen-
sive units contained Wisconsin's
offense. But Michigan could not
mount a sufficient offensive attack
to overcome the Badgers' half-
time bulge.
Noskin set up Michigan's lone
touchdown early in the fourth
period when he returned an inter-
ception of a Hackbart pass 23
yards to the Badger three. Three
plays later, Noskin passed to John
Halstead for six points, and Har-
per converted.
The two teams set some sort of
record for passing ineptness yes-+
terday. They completed more
passes to defenders than to their1
own men.{
Hackbart and B'akken combined
for a total of two completions and t
three interceptions in eight at-
tempt . Noskin and Palmer took
to the air 21 times and connected X
only four times. Zeman led the l
Wisconsin secondary by taking in x
two of his team's half-dozen inter-
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-Daily--Fred Shippey
PUSHES AHEAD--Fleet Michigan halfback Bennie McRae oves-
upfield for short yardage in the third quarter of yesterday's E NM g u L ao e s teS on
contest with Wisconsin. McRae led all Michigan backs by picking ENSNARED---Michigan guard Lou Pavloff secures a tackle on
ntes wirth isonsi. Bc led allb (ichian bas by pWisconsin quarterback Dale Hackbart as he rolls out to his left
up 53 yards in 11 carries. Bill Hobbs (1) and a teammate'are in the fourth period yesterday. Hackbart, All-America candidate,
completed no passes in five attempts, and had three intercepted.

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REPORTED WEAKNESS:

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By JIM BENAGR
, Daily Sports Editor
Wisconsin's supposedly - faulty
pass defense had a lot of surprises
for Michigan yesterday.
This department, which was re-
ported to be Wisconsin's biggest
weakness, proved to be the Badg-
ers' strong point as they picked
off five throws by Stan Noskin and
another by Paul Palmer.
Both Michigan's team total and
Noskin's individual total just
missed Big Ten records. Wisconsin
intercepted seven from Minnesota
in 1954, while Illinois' Tom O'Con-
nell (1952) and Minnesota's Don
Swanson (1954) share the in-
dividual mark at six.
Michigan had a difficult time
passing all afternoon. Noskin hit
on only three of 12 tosses for 14
yards and Palmer connected on
one of nine tries for a yard.
* * *
Despite Palmer's unimpressive
passing records, Coach Bump El-
iott was satisfied with the sopho-
more from Toronto.
"He did a nice job of running
he second team," the coach said.
Palmer had- been a' fourth-
tringer until this week and had
un only one series of downs pre-
*ious to yesterday.
But Michigan wasn't the only
eam having quarterback prob-
ems.
Dale Hackbart, the key to the
Wisconsin attack, threw five passes
nd had no completions. He had
hree aerials intercepted-two of
which were picked off by opponent
goskin. Hackbart gained only 11
ards on his eight carries.
All of the scoring drives for both
eams began from the so-called
breaks" - fumbles and intercep-
ions.
All three TDs' and Wisconsin's
ield goal were scored after inter-
eptions and Michigan's field goal
rive began after Jerry Bushong
ell on a Badger fumble.
Those two field goals, inciden-
ally, helped pad the national
M' Wis.
FIRST DOWNS .......... 6 10
Rushing ................ 5 8
Passing ................. 1 2
Penalty.............. 0 0
Total No. of Rushes. 34 55
NET YDS.-Rushing .... 96 158
Passing ................ 15 30
Forward Passes Attempted 21 8
Completed...4 2
Inter~epted by......3 6

total which already has exceeded
the season record. Although only
half the scheduled games were
played going into yesterday's ac-
tion, the place kickers of the na-
tion had booted 118 goals. The old
record for a full season was 105.
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Two items stood out in Wiscon-
sin Coach Milt Bruhn's mind
when he reviewed the game.
"One was: why didn't Michigan
Mass more?", said the coach. "The
other was the surprising defensive'
play of Michigan."

Bruhn had only superlatives for
two stars of the Wolverines great
fight. They were Bennie McRae
and Elliott. '
Bruhn called McRae the most
impressive man on the Michigan
sqtad. The left halfback gained
53 yards on 11 carries.
"Just think: McRae's only a
sophomore now," he added. "By
the time, he's finished, he will be
a great one."
Bruhn praised Elliott for doing
"a magnificent job this year" in
rebuilding Michigan.

"It certainly is one of the best
jobs being done anywhere," he
emphasized.
Fans are still buzzing about the
booming spiral that Reid Bushong
got off in the fourth period for 66
yards. Actually, Bushong has been
averaging about 40 yards a kick
this year. Sophomore end Scott
Maentz, who had two kicks for
82 yards yesterday, and Darrell
Harper are also in the 40-plus
class.

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the bend of his arm. The
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lighted cigarette in his'pock-
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Yds- interceptions
returned........... 32
TOTAL PLAYS
(Rushes & Passes) 55
PUNTS, No ............... &
Average distance.......39
KICKOFFS, returned by 4
YDS. KICKS RETURNED 105
Punts............. . 50
Kickoffs .............. 55
FUMBLES, No ...... ..'55
Ball lost by............0
PENALTIES, No. ... 3
Yds. penalized........ 35

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RAIDERS CLOSE IN-Tom Wiesner (38) of Wisconsin gets three yards in the fourth period of
yesterday's game. Closing in on the ball-carrier are Todd Grant (59), Lee Hall (65), and Paul Raeder
(54), all members of Michigan's "Raiders" defensive platoon. Wisconsin guard Jerry Stalcup (64)
and teammates have fallen to the turf.
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