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TUESDAY, NOVEM1°BER 4, 1947

THE MiCHIGA N DAILY

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150-Pounders
Face Stiff Test
AgainstOSU
Initial Win 1Pleases
Wolverine Coaches
Michigan's 150-pound team's
impressive victory over Illinois
Saturday was the source of great
satisfaction to headcoach Cliff
Keen and his assistant George
Allen.
"The performance of the line
was especially outstanding," said
Keen. "Several goal line stands
nullified long Illini drives that
would have resulted in touch-
downs. Although Illinois made
more first downs than we did, our
line came through in the pinches
and held."
Plans 'M' Attack
Looking forward to this week's
contest with Ohio State, Keen as-
serted that the line will have to
plan an even better game to cope
with the Bu'keye's offense.
Although he did not single out
any particular player in either the
line or the backfield, he praised
the entire team for its alertness in
capitalizing on several breaks
F which resulted in scores.
Coach Keen used afl 36 men on
the squad in an attempt to give
his untried gridders a taste of
competition.
Will Play Here
This week's game against Ohio
State in Ann Arbor should be a
more decisive test of the light-
weight's ability.
{ The Buckeyes, who boasted a
record turnout of over 200 men for
the newly-instituted sport dropped
their season inaugural to Wis-
consin last week, 13-0.
In preparation for the Ohio
State encounter the "little" Wol-
verines went through, aheavy
scrimmage session yesterday and
wound up the day's proceedings
with some rugged work on the
tackling dummies.

JUST KIBITZING:

Michigan Defense

By DICK KRIAUS
Daily Sports Editor
It was a doubly satisfying win
for the Wolverines Saturday be-
cause they made all the so-called
"experts" eat another huge help-
ing of crow.
They said the Wolverines had
a glass jaw, but in the fourth
quarter after a fumble had
given the ball to the Illini, Eliot's
men tossed a Sunday punch.
That was down on the 14-yard
line, and when it didn't take.
that was the ball game.
Down there, late in the fourth
quarter, with almost an entire ball
game of bad breaks behind. them,
they came through with a spine-
tingling defensive performance.
Coach Fritz Crisler said he
thought his squad finally found
themselves during that series of
downs, that they began to play as
Title Awarded
To Micigan
House GridmenI
Michigan House's touch football
squad scored one touchdown in
the first half and withstood sev-
eral Chicago House attacks to edge
the Chicagoans, 6-0, and annex
the West Quad touch football
crown yesterday.
Culminating a drive that start-
ed deep in their own territory, the
Michigan gridders hit pay dirt for
six when fullback Bud Reeme
scooted around end for the touch-
down.
Yesterday's game left the West
Quad champions with a perfect
record as they enter the residence
halls title clash against the East
Quad representatives, Greene
House. As in the past the battle
between the two quads will be held
under the lights at Wines Field in
conjunction with the champion-
ship fraternity football and inter-
national league soccer tilts.
In other games yesterday, Lloyd
House, dethroned West Quad
kings, demolished Winchell, 20-0,
while Anderson took care of Cooley
in the East Quad by the same
score.
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a smoothly functioning unit with
know-how, plus ordinary fight.
Up, in the press box, dyed-in-
the-wool Illini rooters still were
r[uzzled over how Michigan
failed to score again. The of-
fense clicked. Time and again
the Wolverines would drive up
over midfield from deep in their
own territory only to be stopped
pass, or a penalty.
They went away convinced that

Confuses
the Illini had bowed to a better
club, went away talking to them-
selves about the power and overall
brilliance of Crisler's well-
schooled backs.
And they had nothing but
praise for the bellwethers of
Michigan's defense, Danny
Dworsk! and Len Ford.
These two, supported by J. T.
White, a 60-minute ball player
against the Illini, and a secondary

Foe-and
that was almost perfect, were re-
sponsible for extending Crisler's
winning streak to ten straight, the
longest of his Michigan career.
The iwhole football world is fi-
nally finding out about Bump
Elliott; and maybe before this
campaign is over, they'll realize
that Mr. Crisler also has himself
one helluva safety man in Gene
Derricotte.
If Gene never touched a punt

Experts'
he'd be worth his weight in roses.
In addition to being a superb pass
defender, he is a deadly efficient
tackler.
And it was Mr. Derricotte who
sprung Bump Elliott into the clear
on his 74-yard punt ri(turn Satur-
day.
Gene had raced over from his
half of the field to back up
Bump, who was fading to take
the long high boot. Gene waited
till Bump made the catch, then
stepped around him and cut
(town the llini end with a niur-
derous block.
That evened Gene up with the
Bumper, because in the Minnesota
game it was Bump's removal of
the Gopher line backer with an
equally perfect block that allowed
Gene to go all the way for the in-
urance touchdown.

I o"iuise W iiI Conti Itue
Present Bowl Policies
CHICAGO, Nov. 3-4)-The Big tives policy-making gioup - re
Nine will adhere to its plan of fused because they objected to lth
sending a different team to the possibility of one teami playin
Rose Bowl for three successive three or four Rose Bowl ayi«
seasons, even if the 1949'represen- a row.
tative is a third-place finisher in A compromise finally Nvas
the Conference race. achieved in the present yw-out-
The question was raised at the of-three Bowl policy and Wilson
Herald -American Quarterback told the Quarterbacks that "we'l
meeting today as to what the Big run the string out" even if i
Nine would do, if Michigan and meant sending a third-rate Con
Illinois ran one-two in the con- ference team to Pasad 'na afte
ference race, for a Rose Bowl rep- the 1948 season.
resentative. Lauds Wolverines
Wilson Explains Coach Ray Eliot, whose Illinoi
"In that case, the faculty group eleven dropped a 14-7 decision to
would have to select another rep- Michigan last Saturday, described
resentative," said Kenneth L. the Wolverines as "one of the fin
(Tug) Wilson, Big Nine Commis- est, if not the finest" collegiat
sioner. team in the nation. At the sam
Wilson explained that league time, however, he declined to com
athletic directors long had cam- pare Michigan and Purdue which
paigned for Rose Bowl participa- two weeks ago had defeated the
tion, but the faculty representa- Illini, also by 14-7.

SMOOTH SAILING:
'I Captures Initial Annual
Denison Regatta at Whitmore

STOPPED WITH A FLYING LEAP-Gene Derric otte clings to the ball as Paul Patterson, Illinois
halfback, takes to the air to bring down the shifty Wolverine back with a flying tackle in Mich-
igan's 14-7 victory Saturday. A teammate is taking out Illini End, Ike Owens (82), while Center Lou
Levanti (41) is on the ground. Others in the picture are Michigan End Lenny Ford (87) and illi-

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nois End Sam Zatkoff (38).
Hoosiers Drill
For Michigan
BLOOMINGTON; Ind., Nov 3--
(I")-Indiana University's football
squad concentrated on defensive
drills today as Coach Bo McMillan
began readying his Hoosiers for
next Saturday's game with un-
beaten Michigan.
Injuries suffered in last Satur-
day's 7-0 victory over Ohio State
included a charley horse received
by Capt. Howard Brown. Guard
Bob Harbison, who has been out
since he was hurt in practice be-
fore the Pittsburgh game, prac-
ticed today and will be ready for
action against the Wolverines.

FROM THE SiDE INES :
Bump Elliott's Dazzling Play
Irks Illinois Gridiron Coach

The University
Sailing Club piled
Sunday to win tl
Denison Cup Reg
held at Whitmore
schools, which sur
The rest of th
ination races Satu
State with 61 poij
er, 571.) ;Ohio
Wisconsin, 35; an
Michigan State
College were elin
races Saturday, wl
sponsoring school,
th~e trophy and v
tarily from the co
The most con:
were Skippers Ted
Holmes of Mich
Lockwood of Ohio

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of Michigan victory leaves Michigan with a
up 704 points
he first Annual perfect record to date in mid-
le fist ameet west sailing competition with no
Lake. defeats in 1947.
vived the elim- This is the first time the trophy
e field of five which was donated by Denison
irday were Ohio and will be raced for every fall by
lnts; Nortljwe-,"t- any midwestern school, has been
Wesleyan, 6 offered as a reward for winning
d Hillsdale, 34. the meet. In addition to this per-
and Youngstown petual trophy, there will be three
ninated in the small permanent cups given to the
hile Denison, the winning schools.
is ineligible for Action was also taken Saturday
withdrew volun- night by the meet participants and
impetition. the Midwest Collegiate Sailing As-
sistent winners sociation to hold a Thanksgiving
I Greer and Bill holiday regatta to be sponsored
igan, and Ned by Northwestern and the Chicago
Wesleyan. The Yacht Club.
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By IRWIN ZUCKER
Short punts in sundry directions
re the Michigan-Illinois game: It
was Bump Elliott's brilliant play
that hit Illinois the hardest. No-
body felt it more than Ray Eliot,
coach of the defeated Eleven, who
wryly commented that it was
tough to be beaten by his own
namesake.
An ardent Michigan fan
presented each member of the
Michigan squad with a maive
and gold necktie before its trip
to Champaign.
Pete Elliott forgot his neckwear
Friday morning and was refused
admission to the bus. The situa-
tion was cleared up when a mes-
senger was hastily dispatched to
secure a cravat to match the oth-
ers.
"Now they're all mad at me,"'
grieved Pete.
DAILY
OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from Page 4)
Association and World Study
Council.
Members of the University staff
listed in the University Directory
and their spouses may attend the
Conference without payment of
fees but will have to register at
the desk in the lobby to receive the
badge which gives admittance to
the sessions. This applies also to
University students.
Reception for Mlle Helene Bar-
land. The Cerele Francais and the
Department of Romance Langu-
ages will give a reception, immed-
iately after her lecture, on Nov. 5,
(Continued from Page 5)

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In the lobby of the Urbana-Lin-
coln hotel where the Wolverines
were quartered, two ambitious Il-
lini students approached Fritz
Crisler Friday evening in an at-
tempt to sell Homecoming badges.
"What's the matter with you?"
they asked. "Aren't you backing
the team? Haven't you any Illi-
nois loyalty?"
Cr'isler declined as gracefully
as possible.
One Illinois paper liked Lenny
Ford's sparkling defensive play se
much that it added two inches to
the Wolverine end's actual height.
It described Ford as a " foot 7
inch giant."
S* * *
Most of the Wolverines agreed
that Illinois is better this year
than last. Art Dufelmeier, Illlini
captain who won every coin toss
for the first five games, finally lost
to Capt. Bruce Hilkene of Michi-
gan. Saturday's crowd of 71,119
was the second largest ever to see
a game in Memorial Stadium.
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