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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1946

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

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Wolverines

Rally

To

Deadlock Fighting

Wildcats, 14-

14

Schwall, Murakowski,
Aschenbrenner Shine

v

(Continued from Page 1)
ern 39. Another aerial by Chappuis
was too long for Elmer Madar and
Elliott was stopped off left tackle
on the Wildcat 37 bringing up a third
down and eight for Michigan.
Chappuis faded again and pitched
a long pass to Elliott on the goal
line. The Wolverine wingback took
the ball from a Wildcat defender,
bobbled it, then clutched it and fell
over the goal line for the initial
Michigan score. "Automatic Jim"
Brieske converted and it was 7-0.
It was midway in the second
period when Northwestern evened
the score. The Cats drove 73 yards
to the Wolverine 11 only to lose
the ball when quarterback Jer-
ry Carle's fumble was recovered
by Paul White. On the second
play Pete Elliott lost the ball and
Sarkisian recovered it for the Cats
on the Wolverine 17.
Schwall found a huge hole ,over
Michigan's defensive right tackle
and drove 17 yards for the first
Purple touchdown. The Cat wing-
back's place kick was squarely be-
tween the uprights and Northwest-
ern had tied it up. Three plays after
the kick off Francis Depauw fell on
Hank Fonde's fumble on the Michi-
gan 49 and the Wildcats were off
.again.
Carle missed with a pass but then
hit Aschenbrenner with a screen
pass which the fleet halfback car-
ried 17 yards for a first down on
Michigan's 32. Behind beautiful
downfield blocking Murakowski
skirted around his right end to the
Michigan 2 when he was knocked
out of bounds.
The Wildcats were set back to
the seven on an offside penalty
but Aschenbrenner made three
and Murakowski one on two tries
at the Wolverine line. Schwall
moved to the sic-inch line bring-
ing up fourth down and less than
one for the Wildcats. Murakowski
dove over center for the tally and
Schwall again added the extra
point.
Northwestern almost had another
score as time ran out in the first
half. Howie Yerges tried a long des-
peration pass from the Michigan 14.
Jack MacKenzie plucked the pig-
skin out of the air at midfield and
carried it back to the Michigan one-
yard line. But the Wolverine line
rose up and knocked Ralph Everist
back to the two as the half ended.
Northwestern returned -to the field
after the halftime intermission and
picked up where it had left off,
piling first downs and being stopped
several times within the shadows of
the Wolverine goal posts. Then just
as it seemed that another fumble,
this time by Chappuis on the Michi-
gan 26, would end the Wolverines'
hopes, the big break came.
On three plays the Wildcats had
moved the ball only six yards to
Michigan's 20. With fourth down
the Wildcats tried a long pass in-
to the end zone but it fell incom-
plete. However, the time keeper
.1-

had signaled the end of the third
period as the Northwestern signals
were being called.
The teams changed ends of the
field and Northwestern again had
the ball with fourth down and four
to go. Birson flipped a jump pass to
the left but Wiese was there. The
Maize and Blue fullback gathered in
the pigskin and raced to the Mchi-
gan 40 where he lateralted to Bumps
Elliott. Elliott? tightrope - walked
down the far sideline as Wiese fend-
ed off the Northwestern safety man.
Brieske again converted to knot the
score at 14-all.
Both teams threatened in the
closing minutes but fell short of
scoring. With three minutes to go
Schwa;n tried a field goal from the
Michigan 20. The attempt was
blocked by the charging Wolverine
forwards. Jack Weisenburger
grabbed the loose pigskin and
raced to the Northwestern 45.
Chappuis passed to Bob Mann on
the 20 but Don Robinson's pass a
few seconds later was intercepted
by Burson in the end zone for a
touchback.
The game ended a minute and a
half later when Derricotte intercep-
ted a pass from Burson on the Michi-
gan .30 and carried it up tc the 37.
The starting lineups:

M-Purple
HIghlights.
Yesterday's attendance of 74,500
boosted Michigan's four-game total
attendapce figures to 290,238. With
three games still left on the home
slate the Wolverines are a cinch to
outdraw their previous home record
of 306,506 set in six games last fall.
Officiating Below
Subpar officiating continued at
yesterday's game. Gene Derricotte's
long pass to Paul White was dropped
by White on the Northwestern 16
but the officials apparently did not
.notice the muff.
Northwestern has yet to defeat a
Crisler-coached Michigan team. In
1938, Crisler's first year here, the two
teams played to a scoreless deadlock.
Since then the Wolverines had won
six straight from the Wildcats.
"We just weren't sharp," was Cris-
ler's explanation of the Wolverines'
showing. "We played as well as we
knew how but we were sloppy," Cris-
ler told Wildcat Coach Lynn Waldorf
in the Northwestern dressing room
after the game. "Your team was fine
out there and I guess we should both
be happy it was a tie and neither of
us had to lose."
Waldorf Is Happy Now
Waldorf grinning widely in con-
trast to Crisler, who slounced deject-
edly, said, "We just seemed to have
the knack of being in the right place
at the right time. It was the best
game my boys have played all year."
* * *
Bob Derleth and Joe Soboleski
played great defensive games for the
Maize and Blue. Derleth interrupted
a Northwestern drive in the final
period when he broke through to spill
Vic Schwall for a seven-yard loss. A
Vic Schwall for a seven-yard loss.
Joe dumped Jerry Carle in a similar
spot for a nine yard loss.
Far West Grid Scores
Brighham Young 10, Colorado 7
Bradley 20, Colorado Coll. 0
So. California 28, Washington 0
UCLA 13, California 6
Utah State 47, Colo. Aggies 0
Denver 20, Utah 14

Michigan 'B' Team Rips
Wayne Jayvees, 45 to 0
Six Wolverines Make Scoring Column;
Lentz Leads Parade with 2 Tallies
By JACK MARTIN
Battering its way to a touchdown in the first two minutes of the game,
Michigan's B team continued the torrid pace through all four quarters to
trample the Wayne Jayvees yesterday morning on Ferry Field, 45 to 0.
Six Wolverines hit the scoring column in the goal-line jamboree, with
halfback Chuck Lentz accounting for two of the seven touchdowns. -
The first pay-off march began when Don Kuick caught a Wayne punt
in mid-field and carried it back to the Tartar 24. A moment later Kuick
took a reverse to the 19, from where John Ghindia used a quarter-sneak
to take it to the 11. Ghindia repeated the performance to the Tartar five.
. Kuick then took another reverse to the three, and Ghindia plunged to the
two. Lentz struck off right tackle on the next play for Michigan's first
score. End Irv Wizniewski converted to make it 7-0.
The next six points came only mo- v
ments later. Lentz took a Tartar it to the wayne 27. Lentz and Ghin-
punt to the Wayne 48. After Ghin- dia alternated to carry it down to
dia had lost ten yards attempting to the five, and then Lentz skirted right
pass, Kuick took a reverse, faked a end for the score. Wizniewski's kick
run, and then tossed to Wizniewski was good for a 33-0 score.
who streaked for a touchdown un- After plunges by Jim Holgate and
molested. The kick was no good, and Norm Jackson had put the ball on
the Wolverines led, 13-0. the Tartar ten, the former took a
Brunsting Scores reverse and crossed over for the sixth
Michigan then waited until mid- tally, a few minutes after the last
way in the second quarter before quarter had begun.
invading the Tartar end zone again. The final points came after a bril-
Jim Morrish raced to the Wayne 43 liant run-back by Bill Jennings of
after taking a punt on his own 35. a Tartar punt had placed the ball
Red Witherspoon gave the ball to on the Wayne 28. Jennings then
Jim Holgate on a reverse, who then th Wan 28Jeigshn
Jah Hlefte takl ters o thenHo- passed for the score, and Michigan's
crashed left tackle to the 28. Hol- apg a oet ned
gate repeated the same reverse to come to an end.
the 20. He fumbled but the Wolver-
ines pounced on the ball on the Tar- BIG NINE -
tar 13.
Morrish went around right end to STANDINGS
the two, but a clipping penalty
brought the ball back to the 25. Af- , Michigan .........2 0 1 1.000
ter Morrish had passed to the 15, Northwestern .... 2 0 1 1.000
Lou Brunsting faded for another Iowa .............2 1 0 .750
aerial but sped around right end in- Illinois ...........2 1 0 .750
stead to go over standing up. Brun- Indiana .......... 2 2 0 .500
sting converted, and the score at Wisconsin .........1 2 0 .250
half-time was 20-0. Ohio State ........0 1 1 .000
Ghindia Intercepts Pass Purdue........... 0 2 1 .000
The fourth score came on an in- Minnesota ........0 2 0 .000
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beautiful pass to Ghindia who took

Cross-country season will come to
Michigan this coming week with no
less than three hill-and-dale endur-
ance contests scheduled for Tuesday,
Wednesday, and Thursday.
The fraternities will launch the
competition at 5:20 p.m. Tuesday,
followed at the same time the next
day by the residence halls, and
Thursday by the independents.
The climax will come the follow-
ing Wednesday, Oct. 30, when the
best three teams from each ofnthe
three groups will clash in the intra-

TURKEY TROT FINALE:
I-M Harriers To Open Season

mural department's annual Turkey
Run. A varsity team will also enter
the competition.
A sorority will sponsor each of the
competing teams in this final event,
and the winner will be furnished a
turkey dinner by the girls who are
backing them. The turkey will be
contributed by Mr. Phil Diamond,
local businessman who is one of the
cinder sport's most ardent followers.
The cross-country course to be
used is the regular varsity two-mile
route around the golf cours.

MICHIGAN
McNeill
Hilkene
Tomasi
White, J. T
Kraeger
Pritula
Madar
Yerges
Derricotte
White, P.
Wiese

NORTHWEST'N

LE
LT
LG
. C
RG
RT
RE
QB
LH
RH
FB
*I *

Gorski
Ivy
DiFrancesca
Sarkisian
Hirsch
Sawle
Wiltgen
Burson
Aschenbrenner

*

Schwall
Everist
C. (M)

Touchdowns: Elliott,

Schwall (N), Murakowski (N)
Conversions: Brie s k e (M) 2,
Schwall (N) 2
Substitutions:
Michigan: Ends: Ford, Renner,
Mann, Bahlow; Tackles: Carpen-
ter; Guards: Sickles, Soboleski,
Lintol; Centers: Brieske, Watts,
Callahan; Quarterbacks: Robinson;
Halfbacks: Elliott, P., Elliott, C.,
Chappuis; Fullbacks: Dworsky,
Wiesenburger.
Northwestern:' Ends: Farrell,
Thomas, Holland, Zuravleff, Clark;
Tackles: Hirschberger, Day, Ford,
Eggers; Guards: Depauw; Cen-
ters: Tourek, Golan; Quarterbacks:
Carle, Baggot, Keefe; Halfbacks:
Conners, MacKenzie, Hunt, Laser,
Siegle; Fullbacks: Murakowski.
Time of game: 2 hours and 24
minutes.
Leafs Whip Red Wings
TORONTO, Oct. 19-(P)-The
Toronto Maple Leafs celebrated
their home opening of the new Na-
tional Hockey League season by
routing the Detroit Red Wings, 6-3,
tonight before 14,640 fans.

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