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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER. 17, 1946

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

Illini Triumph over Ohio State 16-7 To Retain BigĀ°Nim

e Lead

Wolverine 'B' Team Sweeps
To 40-7 Victory over Badgers
Wisniewski Leads Jayvee Scoring Parade
As Yedinak, Traugot Also Shine on Offense

Roundup of Top Grid Battles

Wisconsin's jayvees opened like a
steamroller yesterday morning but
rapidly ran out of gas as the Michi-
gan B team swept to its sixth victory
of the year, 40-7.
The junior Badgers struck like
lightning the first time they got
their hands on the ball. Gambling
with a fourth down on the Michi-
gan. 42, Paul Kessenich faded back
and shot a pass to Alvin Mancheski
who loaped forty yards to the end
zone. Kessenich converted a mo-
ment later to shove Wisconsin into
a 7-0 lead.
It was an advantage that didn't
last long. On the first play from
scrimmage following the kick-off,
Alan Traugot ripped through the
Badger middle from the Wolverines'
40 across mid-field to Wisconsin's
48. Mike Yedinak made it another
first down with a center smash to the
28, and Traugot followed immediate-
ly with a pile-driving buck to the 16
for Michigan's third first down in as
many plays.
John Ghindia, trapped in an
attempt to circle left end, lateralled
to Don Kuick on the next play and
Kuick plunged to, the 10. Traugot
hit to the 6, Ghindia to the 4, from
where Traugot bulled overrfor the
Wolverines' first score. Iry Wis-
niewski added the tying extra point.
It looked like the Badgers weren't
to be denied, however, for they
blazed right back into scoring posi-
tion after the kick-off. Sparked by a

twisting forty-yard run by Manche-
ski to the Michigan 30, Wisconsin
vent to the Wolverine 17 before a
sparkling defensive tackle by left end
Frank Keiser set them back to the
24 where Michigan took' over on
towns.
And again the Maize and Blue of-
.ensive power blasted out another
touchdown in exactly six plays.
:uick took a reverse to the Michigan
30, and Yedinak exploded through
'eft guard to the 48. After Yedinak
'ad been stopped on the 50, Traugot
rched a pass to Ieiser on the Badger
15. Traugot found a huge hole at
.eft guard and shot through to the 4,
and Ghindia carried a quarterback
sneak over the goal. Wisniewski again
dcked the extra point to make it
14-7.
Michigan's third score came after
two scoring drives were stopped
within the Wisconsin 10 yard stripe.
The Wolverines finally hit pay dirt
when Phillips and Dick Brown fell
on a Badger fumble on the Wis-
consin 14. Kuick scampered across
from there on his customary reverse
and Wisniewski booted his third
straight conversion.
Just before the half ended, Trau-
ott intercepted a Wisconsin pass on
the Michigan 30, and on the next play
faded back to shoot a perfect toss to
Wisniewski on the Badger 40. The
'anky end raced unopposed for the
first of two touchdowns that he
chalked up during the morning.

Irish 27, Northwestern 0
SOUTH BEND, Ind., Nov. 16-(IP)-
Notre Dame. Which played three
quarters as if it had left its heart in
Yankee Stadium in that scoreless
battle with Army a week ago, finally
found its" spark in 19-year-old John
ny Panelli today and cracked out
three touchdowns in the final period
for a 27-0 decision over Northwestern.
Gaining their sixth triumph in a
campaign for the national collegiate
championship, the Irish hurled a total
of 45 players against the stubborn
Wildcats to wear them down for
fourth-quarter scoring drives of 61,
50 and 38 yards in the sleet as a sell-
out throng of 56,000 buttoned up its
overcoats and roared approval.
Georgia 41, Auburn 0
COLUMBUS, Ga., Nov. 16-(AP)-
Georgia clinched in almost certain
Sugar Bowl bid today, whipping Au-
burn, 41-0, to remain one of the last
unbeaten, untied gridiron powers of
the nation.
The big Red team, led by halfback
Charlie Trippi, pounded through Au-
burn almost at will for a 27-0 advan-'

*age at half-time. Thereafter the
second-stringers held off Travis Tid-
well and company and scored two
more touchdowns in the closing min-
utes of play. About 22,000 fans saw
the worst beating in the history of the
two schools, which began football re-
lations in 1892.
* *, *
MSC 20, Marquette 9
EAST LANSING, Mich., Nov. 16
-(I)-A last half avalanche of Mich-
igan State College touchdowns bur-
ied the Marquette, University Hill-,
toppers here today, 20 to 9, and al-
lowed the Spartans to snap a three-
game losing streak.
Marquette -its running attack
halted by the alert Sparton line and
its passing game ruined by State's
fast charging ends-went no farther
than the MSC 45 yard line in the first
half and crossed the Spartan's 30
only once in the last two periods.
Stanford 27, Wash. 26
PALO ALTO, Calif., Nov. 16-(R)-
An underdog Washington State Col-
lege team almost upset the dope-
ters but the Stanford Indians pound-

ed over a touchdown in the final
minutes to win 27 to 26 in a wild Pa-
cific Coast Conference game before
a crowd of approximately 18,000 here
today.
TCU 14, Texas 0
FORT WORTH, Tex., Nov. 16
- (/P) - Texas Christian's horned
frogs, led by Carl Knox, 150-pound
tailback, playing his first year in
Southwest Conference Conference
Longhorns today to gain a 14-0 vic-
tory. That knocked the steers out
of the running for the conference
championship.
It is the third time since 1941 that
an underdog Christian eleven has
overcome strong odds to beat the
Longhorns and spoil their title
chances.
Oregon 28, California 7
BERKELEY, Calif., Nov. 16-(A)-
Oregon State College, linking a pass-
ing attack with tremendous ground
power in the clutches, charged to a
28 to 7 victory today over the Uni-
versity of California Bears in a Coast
Conference football game played be-
fore an estimated 25,000 fans.

CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Nov. 16-U)-
Two mud-caked "forgotten" stars,
Julie Rykovich, who streaked 98
yards for one touchdown, and elusive
Buddy Young, who set up another on
a 34-yard run, gave Illinois a 16-7
win over Ohio State today and near-
ly clinched the Big Nine Title for the
Illini.
Illini Gun for Rose Bowl
With a possible Rose Bowl bid at
stake the league-leading Illini proved
too alert and fleet for the dogged
Buckeyes before a rain-drenched
Dad's Day throng of 61,519 at Mem-
orial Stadium.
The Illini struck for all their points
after Ohio State took a 7-0 lead early
in the game when husky Joe Whisler
smashed 17 yards to pay dirt and
Max Schnittker place-kicked the
point.
Moss Scores after Interception
The issue was settled in the second
period when George Spencer's kick
was blocked by end Sam 2atkoff of
Illinois for a safety and Illinois quar-
terback Perry Moss sneaked over
from the four yard line a few seconds
after Young side-stepped six tacklers
on a 34 yard pass gain.
Rykovich clinched the matter late
in the third period when he inter-

oss, 7ykovich Erase
OSU's Early 7-0 Lead
Young Sets Up First Illinois Touchdown;
Whisler Counts for Ohio State's Lone Tally

cepted Spencer's shallow pass on the
Illini two and streaked 98 yards for
a touchdown.
Reserve halfback Roger Drew place-
kicked the two Illinois points.
Illinois To Face Northwestern
The conference race enters its final
round next Saturday with Illinois
booked against Northwestern, holding
a 5-1 record, and Michigan, facing
Ohio State, holding second place with
four wins, a loss and a tie.
Whether -the conference winner
will participate in the Rose Bowl
this year will be decided when Big
Nine and Pacific Coast faculty offic-
ials meet next Tuesday. Army is re-
ceptive to a bid to face the Pacific
Coast winner.
Buckeyes Lead Statistically
The Illini, out-stripped statistically,
simply were too sharp for the Buck-
eyes, who led in first downs, 11 to
five, and in rushing yardage, 199 to
75.
It was the first time that the Illini
have defeated Ohio State in 12 sea-
sons.
The summaries:
OHIO STATE ....... 7 0 0 0-7
.ILLINOIS ...........0 9 7 0-16

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