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GETHE MICHIGAN DAIYSUN

MAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1946

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COLUMBUS, 0., Nov. 23-(A)-
Coach Fritz Crisler in the dressing
room declared his Wolverines had
played their gveatest game of the sea-
son, including Army, but he added
that he did not mean "to imply that
we can necessarily beat Army." He
elbowed his way around the locker
room, grabbi ag his players by the
hand and congratulating them.
* * *
Michigan captured second place
in the conference but captured
first in the attendance totals. To-
day's Ohio crowd, 78,387, was tops
for the Buckeyes, and. it ,boosted.
-Michigan's over-all total to 651,387,
an all time record.
* * *
Michigan's lopsided 58-6 victory
was the second highest a Crisler-

te Sidelights
coached Wolverine has scored. In 1939
Michigan humbled Chicago 85-0.
Ohio State Coach Paul Bixler was
forthright in his administration
for the Michigan team. "Michigan,"
he said, "is the best ball club I've
seen since I've been here. We got a
doggoned good licking and there
is no use to cry about it."
The Wolverines were pretty certain
as soon as they reached their dressing
room that their Rose Bowl hopes had
been dashed. The Illini were leading
at the half time 13-0.

Runnerup Jinx Plagues
Crisler 3rd Year In Row
Fonde, Mann Score Twice ; Rifenburg,
White, Culligan Once in Season Finale

THE BROKEN RECORDS
TotaltOffenane . . Bc haippuis ..... .... 1,039
Vass Coinpletioiv..............ob CI ....................... .556
Yards Oajnied fly lteciver ........ ........Bo01 :11ann......................284
Season. Otte.-dance MichiganI ans .................... 651,387

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Forward passes completed
Yards gained forward passes..
Forward passes intercepted by
Yards gained ret. int. passes..
Punting average (from scrim.)
Total yards all hicks ret..
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MAN OF THE HOUR-Michigan's
record busting Bob Chappuis who
had an aerial field day against
Ohio, State yesterday to smash
two Big Nine passing marks.

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Ohij*o State 'B' Eleven, 33=14.1
Special to The Daily
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Nov. 23-Powering to four straight touchdowns,
after trailing 14-6 in the second quarter, Michigan's Jayvees smothered the
Ohio State "B" eleven, 33-14, before some 500 spectators here this morning.
It was Alan Traugott, Mike Yedinak and John Ghindia who sparked
the Wolverines' attack, aided no little by a sparkling 91 yard kick return in
the second stanza by Chuck Lentz. Ghindia contributed a pair of markers
to the Maize and Blue cause while Traugott, Yedinak and Irv Wisniewski

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to Mann to make it another first
down on the Ohio 5. Fonde on the
reverse off left tackle went to the
one and then on the same play took
the ball over. Jim Brieske converted
and it was 7-0 for the Wolverines.
Later in the first period the Wol-
verines took over on their 24 and
pounded 76 yards for their second
score. Feature plays of this drive
were Chappuis' U6- and 16-yard
passes to Mann, who scored on
the latter.
Brieske's attempted conversion was
high enough but off to the left of
the upright. It was the only attempt
he missed all afternoon and the on-
ly one he has missed in Big Nine
competition this fall.
Midway in the period, the Maize
and Blue got another on a 63-yard-
three play drive. Ford ran beautifully
off right tackle on the end-around
for 36 yards to the Ohio 27.
Chappuis completed a pass to Ren-
ner for another first down on the
Buckeye 14 and Fonde went over
on the reverse play off left tackle.
Brieske found his eye again and
added the extra point to make the
score 20-0 for Michigan.
But the Wolverines weren't
through yet. The next time they
got the ball, they made it 27-0. The
fourth marker started when Bob
Callahan recovered JToe Whisler's
fumble oi the Buckeye 39. Derri-
cotte made nine yards off right
tackle and Chappuis got five morct
to make it first down on the Bucks
25. Yerges took Chappuis' pass in
the flat zone and went to the five
yard line. Chappuis covered the
remaining ground behind nice
blocking. Again Brieske came in
and again he made the extra poiuti
good as the half ended.
Michigan elected to receive the
second half kickoff and immediately
justified their hopes by parading
61 yards to their fifth tally. Wiese
carried the kickoff back to the Wol-
verine 39 and Mann moved it to
midfield on the end-around. With
third and eight Chappuis tossed an
aerial to Mann who grabbed the
leather on the 30 and lateralled tc
Madar. Madar was pulled down on
the Ohio 21. Two plays, later Mann
negotiated the 21 yards on an end-
around and Brieske converted to
give the Wolverines a 34-0 mar-
gin.
Toward the end of the third quar-
ter, Michigan scored still another
touchdown. Paul White starting on
an end run crossed up the Buckeyes
by tossing a pass to Ford for 26

yards and a first down on the Buck-
eye 46. Three plays later Chappuis
hit Paul White with a perfect bass
for 32 yards and a TD. Again Brieske
tacked on the extra point and the
score had now reached 41-0.
Shortly after the start of the
final stanza Madar stole the pig-
skin from Perini on a line plunge
and Michigan had the ball on the
Ohio 40.
Bill Culligan, in for Chappuis
at tailback now faded and pitched
a pass to Rifenburg. The big Wol-
verine end took the pigskin around
the 20, eluded one Buckeye tackler
and carried the ball over for the
seventh Michigan touchdown.
Brieske added the point to boost
the score to 48-0.
The last Wolverine touchdown
came seconds later when Derricotte
intercepted on the Buck's 16. Dan
Dworsky made nine yards in two
carries and Culligan dove over right
tackle for a first down on the Ohio
5.
Ralph Chubb made one but
Dworsky was stopped for no gain.
With third down Culligan circled
right end and fell over the goal line
to score the final touchdown. Bri-
eske came in to mgake it 55-0 and
about this time there was a steady
stream of a resigned Ohio rooters
leaving the stadium.
But there were more fireworks
to come and Ohio was finally to
cash in for their lone tally of the
afternoon. With a little over two
minutes to play, Pete Elliott cap-
tured Bill Doolittle's pass on the
Michigan 45 and ran it all the
way to the Ohio 8. Three line bucks
failed and with fourth down the
Wolverines elected to try for a
field goal and Brieske calmly step-
ped back and made it good. That
pushed the score to 58-0 and end-
ed the Wolverine scoring.
The lineups:
Ohio State Michigan
Souders LE McNeill
Amling LT Hilkene
Gaudio L6 Tomasi
Adamle C J. White
Dean R G Kraeger
Csuri R T . Pritula
Crane RE MVadar
Spencer Q B Yerges
James LH Chappuis
Verdova R11 C. Elliott
Whisler FB Weisenburger
Michigan..........7 20 14 17-58
Ohio State...........0 0 0 6- 6
Michigan scoring-Touchdowns: Fonde
(sub for C. Elliott) 2; Mann (sub for
McNeill) 2; Chappuis; P. White (sub for
C. Elliott); Rifenburg (sub for McNeill);
Culligan (sub for Qhappuis).
Points after Touchdown: Brieske (sub
for Hilkene) 7. Field Goal: Brieske (sub
for Hilkene).
Ohio scoring-Touchdown: Swinehart
(sub for James).

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added the other three scores.
Michigan started out like a house
afire hitting pay dirt the second
time it had the ball. The drive be-
gan when an Ohio kick went out
of bounds on the Michigan 14. Yed-
inak went off right tackle for 1.7
yards to the 31. Frank Keiser hauled
in Ghindia's aerial on the Maize and
Blue 45 and it was first down again.
Traugott found a hole at left
tackle and made nine yards and
then on the next play lofted a 26
yard pass to Wisniewski who
scored standing up for Michigan.
Wisniewski's attempted conver-
sion was wide and the Wolverines
had a 6-0 margin.
Ohio State came right back with
drives of 65 and 59 yards to take a
14-6 lead, but that was the end of
the Buckeye's scoring as Michigan
took over to run up its 33 points.
Lentz took the pigskin on his own
five, squirmed away from four tack-
lers, picked up a cordon of blockers
at the Michigan 30 and ran beauti-
fully to the State 4 where he was
finally caught from behind.
Three plays later Ghindia bulled
over on a quarterback sneak. Wis-
niewski added the extra point and
it was 14-13.
When Bruce Beatty broke into
block a Buckeye lateral and re-
cover the ball a few minutes later,
Michigan was given a golden op-
portunity from the Ohio 13.
Traugot found a huge hole off
tackle to score 'from the five
standing up. Ghindia's conversion
was low. Leaving lichigan with a
19-14 lead at half time.
The Wolverines took the second
half kickoff and immediately march-
ed 69 yards to their fourth touch-
,down. Ghindia again engineered the
drive and covered about half that
yardage on three nice runs. With
the leather on the one-yard line
Ghindia again went over on a quar-
terback sneak. Wisniewski converted
and Michigan was ahead by 26-14.
Late in the final period when
Michigan scored its last marker, this
time the Wolverines covered 64 yards
on a dozen plays again spearheaded
by Traugott and Yedinak with Yedi-
nak going 12 yards off left tackle
for the tally. Kurt Kampe con-
verted to make the final score 33-
14.

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