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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1946

SUNDA, NOVMBER _194

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Illinois.....7
Iowa ......0

Army ...... 19
W. Virginia 0

Princeton.. 17
Penn......14

Purdue . ...20
Wisconsin . 24

Indiana ... 20

Ohio State 39 Cornell... .12

Pittsburgh

.6

N-Western

27 Columbia

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Wolverines Advance to Second Place in Big

Nine

Mann Scores Final Touchdown on
37-Yard Heave From Derricotte
Elmer Madar Spearheads Michigan Defensive Play;
Wolverines Stopped on One-Foot Line As Game Ends

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Michigan - Minnesota Sidelights

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Sandberg booted to Chappuis who
ran beautifully 22 yards to the Min-
nesota 44. '
Paul White was nailed for a two-
yard loss on a reverse play around
the left end, but on the next play
Chappuis lofted a running pass to
Madar, who hauled the ball in and
scampered to the Gopher 3 where
he was pulled down from behind.
It took the Wolverines all four
of their allotted downs to get the
ball those last three yards. Chap-
puis sliced to the one-foot line on
the first down. Danny Dworsky
was stopped off left tackle for no
gain and Chappuis got another
crack at the tough Minnesota for-
ward wall. The Wolverine tail-
back was thrown back to the two-
yard line.
In three plays the Maize and Blue
had made only a yard. On fourth
down the Michigan line rose to the
occasion, opening a huge hole off
left tackle for Bufnps Elliott to whip
through and score standing up. Jim
Brieske converted and it was 7-0
for the Maize and Blue.
And that's the way it stayed until
late in the third period when the
Maize and Blue drove 47 yards for

their second marker. Sandberg
kicked to Bumps Elliott on the Mich-
igan 44. The Wolverine wingback
reversed the ball to Chappuis who
was dropped on the Minnesota 47.
Chappuis passed to Bob Mann
in the left flat and Mann got by
a couple of Gophers for five yards
to the Minnesota 42.
Chappuis found a big hole and
scampered17 yards to the Gopher
25 for a first down. Jack Weisen-
berger made three and then Mann,
on the end around, circled right
end for 12 yards to the Minnesota
10 and another first down.
Bumps Elliott then took the ball
on a reverse off left tackle. He found
his hole blocked but moved to the
outside and sped diagonally away
from the Minnesota secondary to
score his second touchdown of the
afternoon. Again "Automatic Jim"
Brieske came in and booted the
point.
The final Michigan touchdown
came on a 43-yard pass from Gene
Derricotte to Mann in the corner
of the field. Mann took the heave
on the Gopher eight and passed a
pair of Minnesota backs who were
guarding him to score standing up.
Brieske made it three for three for
the day by booting the ball squarely
between the uprights.
But the Wolverines weren't
through yet. Bumps Elliott made

a beautiful catch of Gopher Ev-
erett Faunce's long pass on the
Michigan one and carried it to
the 10. From here the Maize and
Blue drove 89 yards on 10 plays to
the Minnesota one-foot line where
the ball was when the game ended.
Bumps Elliott and Don Robinson
paced this last-minute drive. Elliott
ran for 27 yards on three plays while
Robbie pitched and completed two
passes for another 64 yards. Robbie's
first aerial went down the middle to
Pete Elliott who took it all the way
to Minnesota's 14-yard line.
Robinson tried right tackle but
only made a yard. The Maize and
Blue quarterback then flipped a pass
to Mann who was stopped on the
.one-foot line. With nine seconds re-
maining, Michigan had time for only
one play. Robbie elected to run with
the ball but the Gopher line rose up
to halt him still a foot from pay
dirt, as the game ended.
Only three times were the Goph-
ers able to get inside the Michigan
30-yard line. The first and closest
threat came in the opening period
after Sandberg had kicked out of
bounds on the Michigan 3 and
Weisenberger had booted back to
Bill Bye on the Wolverine 39.
Sandberg and Bye alternated for
a pair of first downs to the Michigan
11, where the Wolverine forwards
tightened up and took over. Bill El-
liott was stopped cold on the 11 and
Sandberg made two yards to the 9
on an attempted lateral play. Bye
picked up two more to the Michigan
7 but it was fourth down. Bye faded
to pass and then elected to run with
the ball. Dworsky hit him on the

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Nov. 2 -
The Michigan squad traveled in style
from their down town Hotel Curtis
to the stadium for the game. A fleet
of cabs led by two motorcycles with
sirens screeching whipped the Maize
and Blue warriors through three
miles of Minneapolis streets in rec-
ord time.
The Minneapolis hawking trade
was in the hands of the younger
generation. And don't think the
kids didn't dream up ways of sell-
ing their pennants, buttons and
corsages.
Swimming coach Matt Mann and
track mentor Ken Doherty operated
a Michigan camera from the front
row of the press box. The two genial
coaches took a good-natured kid-
ding from the other press box occu-
pants.
* * *
The press box looked like a con-
vention of Michigan coaches. Ben-
nie Osterbaan had his usual seat
and he was accompanied by Mich-
igan's new basketball coach, Oz-
zie Cowles.
* * *
Four Elliotts kept the newspaper-
men and crowd pretty busy. Pete and
Callahan, Watts; Backs, Derricotte,
Dworsky, C. Elliott, P. Elliott, Weis-
enberger, Chubb, Robinson, Fonde,
Culligan.
Minnesota: Ends, Soltau, H.
Hem, Gagne, Baumgartner, Bas-
ton; Tackles, McGovern, McGeary,
Guards, Holker, Danielson; Cen-
ters, Silianoff, Edwards, Beson;
Backs, Bye, Faunce, Avery, Theile,
McNeill, Beiersdorf, H. Elliott, Mc-
Allister.
.badgers .Def eat
Purdue, 26-20
LAFAYETTE, Ind., Nov. 2-(I')-
Wisconsin's alert Badgers plodded
over a soggy field for two touch-
downs and turned pass interceptions
into two more to beat Purdue's Boil-
ermakers today, 24 to 20, before 32,-
000 homecoming fans, largest crowd
ever to see a football game in Ross-
Ade Stadium.
Purdue threatened to make a pulp-
magazine finish in the last three
minutes but its hopes flickered out
as Bob DeMoss, its sharp-shooting
quarterback, re-injured a shoulder
that had bothered him for weeks.
Fullback Earl Maves and Halfback
Ben Bendrick powered the Badger
ground attack, Maves gaining an
even 100 yards in 20 rushes and Ben-
drick picking up a fancy 89-yard to-
tal in 10 plunges.
The statistics pretty well told the
story, with Wisconsin getting 220
yards by rushing and only 8 by pass-
ing. Purdue gained 102 yards rushing
and 262 by passing.

Bumps operated for the Wolverines
while the Gophers' pair, Harry and
Bill, played at the half backs.
Minneapolis fans were pretty
worried about whether Bob Wiese
would play. Bob didn't get in but
it didn't make much difference.
Bob Chappuis had a bad af-
ternoon. The big Ten's leading ground
gainer gained a net yardage of 21
on 10 carries and tossed two com-
plete passes out of five for an addi-
tional 48 yards.
Gordon Soltau, Bernie Bierman's
kick-off expert, got only one chance
to perform his specialty, but that
boot at the start of the second half
was caught by Chappuis on his
own goal line.
Jim Breiske has now made 12 of his
13 attempted boots for extra points.
His conference record is 1.000 or 11
for 11. Brieske's only miss came in
the Army game.
* * *
Around 434,651 fans have seen
Michigan play in six games this
fall. Three of the crowds have been
sellouts.
Kentucky Beats
Michigan State
Phelps Scores Four
Times for Wildcats
LEXINGTON, Ky., Nov. 2-(AP)-
Kentucky, held on even terms in the
first half, unleashed its big guns in
the last two quarters to overwhelm
Michigan State, 39-14, before 19,700
shirtsleeved fans on Stoll Field here
today as Don (Dopey) Phelps, fresh-
man speedster, contributed four
touchdowns.
The Wildcats had to overcome a
13-14 halftime deficit, but they struck
with a suddenness that bewildered
their tired opponents.
The game was only three minutes
old when Phelps nabbed Jim Rabb's
pass on the Kentucky 37 and raced
for the initial score. Phil Cutchin
place-kicked the extra point.
Lynn Chandonis put the Spartans
back in the game one minute later,
however, with a 66-yard run to the
Kentucky 20. On the next play he
caught Russ Reader's heave and ran
15 yards to score. Reader's placement
was good.

FOLLOWING SUIT:
Jayvees Defea
Kuick Figures
The road debut of Wally Weber'sj
Jayvees was an immense success as
the B-Team cast rolled up four
touchdowns before an unhappy East
Lansing audience to upset the State
elevent, 26-6.
Right half Don Kuick was the
leading man in the Junior Wolverine's
touchdown company, opening the
scoring on an 18 yard romp in the
first period, and throwing paydirt
passes for two more scores.
Bill Ghinda, Bob Maturo and Jim
Holgate were the other members 01

it MSc, 26-6;
in Three TD's
the Michigan cast to'rack up touch-
downs. Ghindia plucked a.State pass
out of the air and converted it into
the second Wolverine score of the
opening period. Maturo and Hol-
gate scored on the end of Kuick
passes.
State's B-men notched 'their only
score of the game in the first min-
utes of the second stanza. Joe Tara-
zewicki went over to make the score
14-6. The Spartans were unable to
hit paydirt again and Michigan's sec-
ond half attack opened up the gap.

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Wiese
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Minnesota

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Halenkamp
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C. Elliott (sub for P. White) 2,
Mann (sub for Ford).
Points After Touchdown, Brieske
(sub for J. White) 3 (placements).
Substitutions: Michigan: Ends,
McNeill, Renner, Mann, Hersh-
berger, Bahlow; Tackles, Hilkene,
Pritula, Ballou, Crane; Guards,
Kraeger, Soboleski, Wilkins, Burg,
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