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SATUtDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1947

TAE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE

Wolverines

Tackle

Twice-Beaten

Panthers

Today

Spartans

Whip

'B' Team

BIG NINE BUSY:
Injuries Hurt NU, Indiana;
Illini To Face Unbeaten Army

Michigan Line Gets Test
From Pitt Forward Wall

4A

State Rolls to 13-0 Triumph
As Wolverines Fail to Score

By MURRAY GRANT
Unable to provide that spark
needed for a scoring drive, Mich-
igan's jayvee gridders went down
to a 13-0 defeat at the hands of
Michigan State yesterday on the
Ferry Field gridiron.
The Wolverines threatened con-
stantly and twice had golden op-
portunities within the State 10
yard line, but they couldn't push
the ball across the double stripe.
State capitalized on a 46 yard
run by Marty Kelly and an inter-
cepted pass by John Restby to
clinch the game.
Rough Play
Marred by rough play the con-
test was far from exciting, with
the junior Spartans being penal-
ized over 115 yards for everything
from offside to four unnecessary
roughness penalties.
State got its attack going after
a Wolverine thrust had bogged
down, as they began to move late
in the first quarter. Kelly dashed
around right end and from his
own 40 to the Wolverine 14 be-
fore Al Noble pulled him down.
After two plays failed, Bob
Swet tossed a pass to ex-Varsity-
man Russ Gilpin on the 4. The
Wolverine line led by Bob Mar-
shall and Al Fitch held for two
more plays and the quarter ended.
Coach John Kobs then sent in
Restby who scooted off tackle for
three yards and the game's first
score. Kritzer's kick was square-
ly through the uprights and Stat'i
led by a 7-0 count.
Pass Interception
An intercepted pass got Michi-
gan off on another drive that
bogged down on the Spartans 10,
and just before the half ended
Dave Gomberg slid through to re-
cover a fumble by Bud"Crane on
the MSC 25.
After the Wolverines were un-
able to gain at the start of the
second half Jim Morrish tried a
pass on tle Michigan 20 and Rest-
by snared the ball on the 36. Jim
Bolthouse tore off 18 yards to the
Michigan 18 and then Bob Kritzer
lofted a pass to Gilpin who took
the pass away from two Wolver-
ines for the second score. Kritz-
er's kick was poor and off to the
side.,
The battle see-sawed back and
forth from then on with the Wol-
verines trying to put together
enough potent plays to present a
scoring threat. State got started
again about five minutes before
the final whistle. Crane intercept-
ed a Norm Jackson aerial on the
Wolverines 45 and got all the
way to the seven before he was
stopped.
Wolverines Halt Drive
The Wolverines pushed their
opponents back' to the 14 and a
field goal attempt went awry as
the Jayvees took over on the 20.
A long Morrish to John Andersen
pass clicked on the 50 and an-
other Morrish heave to Andersen
put the ball on the MSC 35. Mor-
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rish sneaked away on a naked re-
verse to the 30 and there the game
ended with Michigan on the
march.
Coach Gib Holgate stated after
the game that his line played very
well during most of the contest
and said that he'll be on the look-
out for a pair of sharp ends for
next week's Northwestern game.
He especially cited the play of
John Linville and said that Lin-
ville would probably be shifted to
end Monday when the jayvees re-
sume practice.-
B-Bopped1
Michigan Pos. Michigan State'
MICHIGAN MICHIGAN STATE
Andersen ...... LE .... ....Buda
Brown ..........LT...... Adams
Fitch .........LG Gernand
Nichols ........ C .... Weneger
Mature......... RG .......Bessy
Strauss ........ RT ...... Nystie
Derderian ......RE ...... Dibble
Small ..........QB...... Swett
Lentz ......... LHB.....Crane
Noble ......... RHB..... Kelly
Jackson ........FB... Hemphill
Michigan a 0 0 0- 0
Michigan State u 7 6 0-13
Touchdowns - MSC - Restby
(sub for Kelly), Gilpin (sub for
Crane).
Points After Touchdown-Krit-
zer (sub for Kelly).
Lightweights
Display Wares
In Practice
They threw a T-party down at
Ferry Field yesterday and from
the looks of things followers of
Michig'an's 150-pound football are
in for some wide open games this
season.
Holding his first regulation
scrimmage game of the year.
Coach Cliff Keen fielded a "Blue"
outfit that ran a "Red" team to
the tune of 32-0.
At least two outstanding
backs were uncovered in Char-
ley Ketterer and Doug Wicks
and the Blue line showed pro-
mise in turning back three Red
drives within its own 10-yard
line.
Ketterer grabbed the first punt
and raced 78 yards to a touch-
down, set up another score with
a 45 yard punt return and kicked
two extra points.
,Wicks was easily the best run-
ner on the field all day, and
pound for pound looks like one
of the better men in Michigan's
football factory. He averaged
better than 13 yards every time
he got his hands on the ball
and added a touchdown for good
measure.
Other backs who showed up well*
were Gene Englander who contri-
buted two touchdowns to the scor-
ing parade and Frank Whitehouse

EX-WOLVERINE-Earl Maves,
backfield ace, who looms as Wis-
consin's chief ,threat to Cali-
fornia's defense.
*e * *
Bears, Trojans
Test Big Nine
Westerners To Battle
Badgers,_Ohio State
By The Associated Press
California and Southern Cali-
fornia, aspair of Pacific Coast ti-
tans, will attempt to take a couple
of haughty Big Nine members,
Wisconsin and Ohio State, down a
peg this afternoon before hostile
crowds.'
Pappy Waldorf's Golden Bears,
who face Wisconsin at Camp Ran-
dall, boast three straight victories,
and will attempt to make it four in
a row, over the Badger squad that
held powerful Indiana to a 7-7 tie
last week by virtue of a long run
turned in by Earl Maves, a Michi-
gan wartime ace.
USC, always a Coast power, suf-
fered a 20-0 defeat at the hands of
Ohio State last season and are out
to make amends. But the Buck-
eyes are on the rebound from an
unexpected walloping by Purdue
last Saturday and will be out for
blood.
The Trojans will pit a huge, ex-
perienced forward wall led by All-
American John Ferraro, against
the swift Buckeye backs led by
fullbacks Joe Whisler and Ollie
Cline.
Spartans Oppose
Washington State
PULLMAN, Wash., Oct. 10-('P)
-Two regular backfield men, one
each on the Michigan State and
Washington State teams, were
listed as doubtful starters because
of injuries and air sickness as the
squads prepared today for theor
5:30 p.m. Eastern Standard time
intersectional meeting here to-
morrow.
Because of acute air sickness,
which affected many of his men
on the flight west, Coach Biggie
Munn dropped quarteback Gene
Glick from the starting lineup.

EVANSTON, Ill. - Northwest-
ern's chances of dumping Minne-
sota from the nation's undefeated
ranks, will depend on the ability
of Coach Bob Voigts to find suit-
able substitutes for Alex Sarkisian,
the Wildcats' great center who is
out with a broken arm, and Richey
Graham, first string fullback who
is also on the injured list.
Ed Price will replace Sarkisian
in the center's slot, while two cap-
able fullbacks will vie for Gra-
ham's position.
The No. 1 replacement is Gas-
per Perricone, 200 pound sopho-
more, who boasts the team's best
ground gaining average, having
gained 62 yards in eight tries for
a 7.7 yards average.
Ralph Everist, last year's regu-
lar fullback, made his 1947 debut
last Saturday and picked up 13
yards in three carries for a 4.1
yards average.
At the halfback spots the Wild-
cats have a quartet of hard run-
ning backs in Frank Aschenbren-
ner, Art Murakowski, Tom Worth-
ington and Jules Siegle. Up until
the U.C.L.A. game the latter was
a fourth-string left half but his
performance in catching the win-
ning touchdown pass in that game
moves him up in the rankings.
Two Hoosiers Out
IOWA CITY, Ia., Oct. 10 (AP)
-Iowa, disappointing in defeats
by UCLA and Illinois, and Indiana
chagrined by a 7-7 tie with Wis-
consin, each hope for better things
in their Western Conference foot-
ball clash tomorrow.
It is the Homecoming game for
the Hawks and a crowd of around
50,000 will be in the stadium.
Indiana's two principal line-
backers, fullback "Chick" Jagade
and quarter Rex Grossman, were
considered doubtful starters in the
Iowa game as the team entrained
tonight for Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Jagade, who went to the college
infirmary yesterday with tonsil-
lities, was sufficiently recovered
today to make the trip. Coach
Bo McMillin said he "may be able
to use Jagade a little" today.
Grossman, injured in the Wiscon-
sin game last Saturday, still had
a stiff neck and a sore ankle.
Irish Big Favorite
LAFAYETTE, Ind., Oct 10 (AP)
-Notre Dame's veteran football
team tomorrow plays Purdue, first
of three Western Conference op-
ponents on the Irish schedule and
substantially the same team which
Notre Dame beat last year, 49-6.
A sellout crowd of 40,000 will
jam Ross-Ade Stadium.
TOUCHBALL RESULTS
Alpha Kappa Kappa 13, Phi
Epsilon Kappa 6
Dodgers 0, Robert Owen 12
Misfits 7, Goosers 20
Newman Club 6, Michigan Co-
op 7
Nu Sigma Nu 7, Phil Chi 6
Lambda Chi Alpha 22, Sigma
Phi 6
HILLSDALE WINS
HILLSDALE, Mich., Oct. 10-fP)
-By scoring two first period
touchdowns and adding three
others in each following stanza,
Hillsdale defeated Adrian 33 to 0.

NEW YORK, Oct. 10-UP)-
Army opposes the biggest threat
to its unbeaten streak since the
Notre Dame game of last year in
its contest tomorrow with Illinois,
1946 Big Nine and Rose Bowl
champion, in Yankee Stadium.
All but 5,000 of the 71,000
seats were sold in mid-week and
officials hurriedly ordered the
printer to provide them with
standing room pasteboards.
Each team is shy some of the
name players of last year but each
has conquered a pair of rivals this
year with apparent ease. The Illini
subdued Pittsburgh, 14 to 0, be-
fore crushing Iowa, 35 to 12.
Army moved past Villanova, 13
to 0, and then conquered Colo-
rado, 47 to 0.
The intersectional tilt, which
replaces the usual Army-Notre
Dame contest on the New York
City program, is the fifth be-
tween the two schools. Each has
won two of the earlier meetings,
each getting the triumphs in
his own bailiwick.
Army has not been defeated
since it lost to Navy, 13 to 0, to
close out the 1943 season. Twenty-
nine of the games since then have
been victories while Notre Dame
held the Cadets to a scoreless tie
last Nov. 9. Illinois has a modest
win streak of eight.

A VETERAN-Perry Moss, the
Illini's passing quarter-back,
who will direct the attack in an
attempt to beat Army.
Top Games
Pittsburgh-Michigan.
Illinois-Army.
Northwestern -Minnesota.
California-Wisconsin.
S. California-O.S.U.
Indiana-Iowa.
Notre Dame-Purdue.
Georgia-Kentucky.
Mississippi-Vanderbilt.

WOMANLESS WORLD:
Michigan Press Box Gives
Newsmen Best of Service

A ROOKIE-Dick Kempthorn,
hard-hitting line-backer, who
will be a definite obstacle to the
Pitt runners this afternoon.
Line-ups
PITTSBURGH MICHIGAN
Skladany ..... LE ........ Mann
Forsythe ..... LT ...... Hilkene
Barkouskie .. . L G ...... Tomas
Radnor .......C ......... White
Johnson ......R G...... Wilkins
Plotz ......... RT....... Pritula
McPeak ...... RE. ....Rifenburg
Bruno ........ Q B.......Yerges
Cecconi....... L H . ...Chappuis
DePasqua ....R H . ..C. Elliott
DiMatteo .....FB. Weisenburger
B.C. Breaks Loose
By The Associated Press
BOSTON, Oct. 10-A powerful
Boston College football team, held
scoreless in the first quarter,
broke out for four touchdowns in
the second quarter tonight and
rolled to a 49-13 victory over a'
never quitting Kansas State eleven
before 21,457 paid fans at Braves
field.
Maryland Victor
COLLEGE PARK, Md., Oct. 10
-Lucien Gambino, leading south-
ern conference scorer, tallied twol
touchdowns and passed for a
third as the University of Mary-
land football team defeated a
stubborn Richmond University
eleven tonight, 18 to 6.
HII

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keeping Notre Dame deep in its
own territory through the first
three quarters of last Saturdays
game.
However, Michigan has demon-
strated it can go for a touchdown
from any part of the field, so
many experts feel that neither
punting, rugged line play nor high
water will be able to stop the
Wolverine land and air attack
this afternoon.
See More of Chappius
The55,000 faithful who turn out
to see the game can expect to s~e
just a little bit more of Michigan's
All-American ca nd id a te, Bob
Chappuis, than have the 145,000
fans who watched the first two
games.
It is believed that Crisler will
be gunning for a better showing
than Notre Dame was able to put
on the counter against the Panth-
ers and will give his number one
offensive threat a little longer
showing than the one-quarter per
game diet he has been on so far.
First-String Squad
The same goes for the rest of
the first-string Wolverine squad
where JacknWeisenburger and
"Bump" Elliott will be out to fat-
ten up their phenomenal 11 and
10.5 running averages.
The rest of the Wolverine and
Panther lines will be the same
ones that started last week except
for two guard changes. Dom
ON THE HOOF
1997 pounds! No matter how
Iyou add them up, Michigan's
offensive unit does not quite
amount to one measly ton. Up
front the Wolverine beef totals
1,295 pounds, while the back-
field chips in with only 742
more.
Tomasi, who has been sidelined
all season with a leg injury, will
see his first action at left guard
and Tony Razzano will be in at
right guard for the Panthers in
the place of the injured George
Johnson.
Last time the two teams mnet
back in 1941, Michigan walked off
with a 40-0 verdict on the strength
of a lot of football played by four
All-Americans, Bob Westfall, Al
Wistert, Merv Pregulman and
George Ceithaml.

By IRWIN ZUCKER
It's strictly a man's world up in
the press box at Michigan Sta-
dium.
You guessed it-no women are
permitted entrance!
That's the way the sportswrit-
ing boys want it. According to
the Football Writer's Associa-
tion, the presence of women in
press boxes is apt to prove dis-
tracting. After all, one must
concentrate on the ball game,
the scribes say.
Years ago, when the fair sex
occupied seats alongside the gen-
tlemen of the fourth estate, the
press boxes often resembled rabid
cheering sections. "We never had
peace," recalled one veteran news-
paperman.
But what the Michigan Stadium
press box lacks in feminine charm
today, it makes up in the excel-
lent all-around service rendered
the scores of newspapermen, radio
and television publicists, camera-
men, telegraph operators, and
other press guests at each home
game.
Three decks grace the struc-
ture of Michigan's press box,
which was acclaimed last year
by the New York Broadcaster's
Association as the finest of its
kind in the nation. The lower
deck is reserved mainly for
newspapermen; the middle for
radio men; and the upper for
photographers and television
purposes.
A . press box staff, headed by
Les Etter, Michigan's public re-
lations manager, includes attend-
ants, ushers, spotters, and statis-
ticians. This ever-busy staff great-
ly facilitates the coverage of
games for members of the "out-
side" press.
Within five minutes after a
game, press box inhabitantsrre-
ceive mimeographed accounts of
the team's passing, running, and
punting. Other important data,
We print 'em all
No job too large or small.
Programs - Tickets
Stationery - Announcements
ROACH PRINTING
209 E. Washington Ph. 8132 ,

such as the correct line-ups, com-
plete list of substitutions, and the
attendance record are also includ-
ed.
This prompt and accurate serv-
ice is made through the coopera-
tion of a half-dozen statisticians
and the group of men who stand
ready to start the mimeograph
machines rolling once the final
gun is sounded.
Similar mimeograph service
is furnished at halftime, too.
And before the gentlemen of the
press take their seats, they are
armed with reams of literature
concerning the two pigskin
squads . .. publicity items pre-
pared by the Wolverine public
relations staff.
If you're the bearer of a press
pass, you're entitled to all the
food your stomach can store away
-gratis. The refreshment stand
in the press box is famous for
its tomato soup, hot dogs, meat
sandwiches, and soft beverages.
There's always plenty of food-
before, during, and after the game.
Very often architects and ath-
letic officials from colleges and
universities all over the country
visit the Michigan press box to
adopt similar plans for their "pub-
licity lounges."
But if you're looking for a
wife, stay away from the Mich-
igan press box!
T CU Tops Miami
By The Associated Press
MIAMI, Fla., Oct. 10-The
Texas Christian University horned
frogs overpowered the University
of Miami Hurricanes, 19-6, in the
Orange Bowl Stadium here to-
night before 28,686 fans.
Georgetown Falls
WASHINGTON, Oct. 10-St.
Louis University had the passing,
Georgetown had the jitters, and
the result was a 16-0 football vic-
tory for the Missourians tonight.
WILLIAMS TRIUMPH
DETROIT, Oct. 10-')-Light-
weight champion Ike Williams
beat Talmadge Bussey here to-
night.

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