THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1949
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - () --
Fullback Bobby Teague cut Curly-
cues in Indiana's turf yesterday
and they spelled a 30-14 victory
for Wisconsin's football team.
The homecoming crowd of 30,-1
000 watched the Indiana line take
a beating in the 70 degree tempera-
ture. It was the 14th time Indiana
had been beaten in its 25 home-
Teague, a shifty i704pounder,
scored two touchdowns on long
twisting runs and caught a 20-
yard pass from Bob Petruska for
another. That gave Wisconsin a
20-0 midway margin and the
reserve-poor Indiana team's sec-
ond half rally had too far to go.
Teague went 46 yards on his
first scoring dash, six plays and
two minutes after Wisconsin took
the opening kickoff. He. took Pe-
truska's touchdown pass in the last
two minutes of the period.
The Wisconsin fullback's fan-
ciest running was in a 43-yard
touchdown sprint in the last two
minutes of the second quarter.
Is cleats cut shorthand symbols
around three Indiana tacklers,
after he took a pitchout from
Petruskanear the sideline.
Wisconsin twice went into a
field goal formation in the second
half after slowing down on long
drives. The first was a fake and
Jim Embach scooted eight yards
for a touchdown. The second was
authentic and Lisle Blackbourn
kicked a goal from the 19-yard
mark, with the line of scrimmage
at the eleven.,
rGopher's Line Buckles;
Szulborski, Adams Star
Bucks Tie for Rose Bowl, Big Ten Lead;
Morrison Plunges for Two Touchdowns
BUT NO GHOST-John Ghindia, Wolverine quarterback, is cer-
tainly galloping in the above picture, but he's no apparition to
the three Illini defenders. Ghindia's catch of Chuck Ortmann' s
toss set up the second Michigan touchdown.
Red Wngys Gain League Lead;
Steve Black Tallies Only Goal
Red Wings last night gained un-
disputed possession of first place
in the National Hockey League by
blanking the Montreal Canadiens,
1-0. Steve Black's goal at 16:30
of the first period gave the Motor
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City crew its margin of victory.
A crowd of 12,718 saw the
Canadiens suffer their third
Black's goal came on a pass
from far to the left by Jim Mc-
Fadden, and Black whipped the
puck past Bill Durnan from
Play was close throughout, with
the Wings holding an edge al-
though outshot, 26-21.
Both Durnan and Harry Lum-
ley turned in brilliant perform-
ances in the nets. The Detroit
Goalie had his closest calls in
the third period when the Cana-
diens tossed everything into a
desperate effort to score.
The Montreal players were told
before last night's game by Gen-
eral Manager Frank Selke that
practically all hands were on pro-
bation and must produce results
The game was comparatively
free of penalties, only seven minors
being handed out. The Wings drew
four and the Canadiens three.
Finally Win, 2-0
NEW YORK-R)-First period
goals by Metro Prystai and Bill
Mosienko gave the Chicago Black-
hawks their first triumph of the
National Hockey League season
last night as they defeated the
New York Rangers 2 to 0.
A Madison Square Garden crowd
of 14,140 saw the Blackhawks,
picked as the darkhorse team in
the league this year, strike quickly
and then threw up a solid defense
wall around veteran goalie,
Frankie Brimsek. It was his first
whitewash job of the season.
ta's bubble really burst yesterday.
Purdue furnished the needle with
a 13-7 upset victory.
It was a key-up Purdue squad
that took the field. They were ex-
pected to lose by two to four
touchdowns. But the Boilermak-
ers showed in the first period they
didn't believe it.
They tested the Gopher line
and found it could be penetrat-
ed. Then they tried passes and
found that they worked. The
combination produced a touch-
down for Purdue in the second
period and, but for a piece of
bad luck, might have added an- I
To insure their victory, the Boil-
ermakers intercepted a pass and
BOB SANDELL, Night Editor
added another score in the fourth
It wasn't until the last period
that the Gophers averted a shut-
out by throwing two long passes
to get within scoring range. Half-
back Dick Lawrence did all the
passing, with the ball going to
end Bud Hausken for the lone
Gopher tally. End Gordon Sol-
tau added the point.
Harry Szulborski, Purdue half-
back who was reported in poor
shape, wasn't slowed much as he
went over the three-yard line in
the second period.It was the cli-
max of a drive that started on
Purdue's 25-yard line.
The passing of quarterback
Ken Gorgal played a big part in
the drive, with end Ron Bland
doing the catching. Gorgal also
tossed a pass to end Bob Whit-
mer but Whitmer was beyond
the end zone and the ball was
ruled out of bounds.
Guard Elmer Scallish set up the
second Purdue touchdown early in
the fourth period. He intercepted
a Gopher pass on Minnesota's 47,
and Purdue started down field.
Szulborski and halfback Norb
Adams plunged for short gains
and then Gorgal threw a 17-yard
pass to Adams to put the ball on
the Gopher 20.
COLUMBUS, O. - (A) - Ohio
State's once-beaten Bucks kept
their Rose Bowl and Western Con-
ference title hopes alive yesterday
by beating Northwestern, 24 to 7.
The victory before 81,872 fans
-fourth largest home crowd in
Buckeye history-put the Ohioans
even with Iowa in the race for the
Ohio State and Iowa each
have won three games and lost
one in conference play.
The Bucks must get by Illinois
and Michigan in late-season frays,
but rated off yesterday's perform-
ance they must be given a good
Scoring in every period, the
Bucks dominated play all the
way. Northwestern failed to
reach the middle of the field in
the first half, and staged but one
sustained drive all day. That
was a 74-yard march in 17
plays with fullback Art Mura-
kowski wheeling over from the
three for the marker.
That brought the Wildcats up
to a 10-7 deficit in the early part
of the third period, but the Bucks
went in for two more touchdowns
to make it convincing.
Big Curly Morrison, Ohio's
fullback, counted a pair of
touchdowns on four and one-
yard plunges. Halfback Jerry
Krall got the other on a four-
yard plunge in the closing min-
utes, and Jimmy Hague contrib-
uted three extra points and an
eight-yard field goal.
The Bucks had a 16-9 edge in
first downs, rolled up 226 yards to
Northwestern's 118 on the ground,
and added 133 yards to 92 for the
Wildcats through the air.
LOS ANGELES- (A) -Califor-
nia's Golden Bears swept past the
Bruins of UCLA yesterday, 35 to
21, and barged on undefeated in
their march toward the Rose
The amazing Bruins, rank un-
derdogs, held their vaunted Berk-
eley brothers to a 14-14 whirlwind
standstill for the first half but
wilted before superior reserve
strength. A crowd of 58,668 per-
sons watched the Pacific Coast
The hard - hitting California
team cashed in quickly on a pass
interception and a UCLA fumble
in the third period, converting
both miscues into the touchdowns
which won the bitterly fought con-
son crashed three goals past
rookie goalie Jack Gelineau .in
the third period last night to
lead the Toronto Maple Leafsf
to an 8-1 National Hockey Leaguet
victory over the Boston Bruins.
The game _ was observed by
The Leafs, who outshot their
slower-footed rivals by 40 to 20,
fashioned their victory in the
second period when they scored
three goals to Boston's one.
Then in the third they poured
home five more, two of them
during a Boston penalty, to
complete the route.
Center Max Bentley came close
to rivaling the husky Watson in
the goal-getting department
flicking home two close range
shots on which Gelineau didn't
have a chance.
The game's first goal wasn't
scored until almost the halfway
mark-at 8:48 of the second per-
iod-when center Cal Gardner
fed Garth Boesch a breakaway
pass from the Toronto end. Paul
Ronty got that back for the
Bruins in less than a minute.
PRESSURE PUNTER-Walter Teninga, Michigan's ace punter, is shown in the above picture punting
far over the heads of the straining Illini forward wall from behind his own goal line. The kick
traveled 63 yards and set back an Illinois threat which had carried to the Wolverine two-yard line.
Teninga's punting was terrific all afternoon, and was a predominant factor in a game which placed
prime importance on the skill of the teams' booters. Other Wolverines in the picture are Irv
Wisniewski, (84), moving downfield, and Tom Peterson, (33), placing a key block on an Illinois
IOWA CITY, Ia. - (P) -Iowa
came up with its hottest football
rally to overtake Oregon 34-31
yesterday in a scoring orgy that
had 37,976 fans bug-eyed."
It was a slashing offensive duel
filled with sensational long runs
the likes of which had never been
seen by any other crowd in the
20-year-old Iowa Stadium.
With exactly 15 minutes and
15 seconds left to play, Iowa
appeared hopelessly behind 24-
6 under the pounding of an Ore-
gon team that had dominated
the sluggish Hawks.
Then came the Iowa deluge
last quarter with Oregon fighting
which included 21 points in the
backto the very last. With Iowa
ahead 34-31 and only a minute
left, the boys from the Far West
penetrated to the Iowa four. There
a fumble by Bob Sanders set Ore-
gon back to the 18. Next came a
As the gun sounded a pass elud-
ed an Oregon receiver and the vic-
tory was Iowa's.
And Iowa got that victory, its
first over a Pacific Coast confer-
ence team in six games, by scor-
ing 28 points in nine minutes and
Iowa Slashes Oregon, 34-31,
In Scorching Scoring Tussle
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fr' Marge Holt
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