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lines and then paused, and threw
perfectly across to Putich who was
in the clear far off in .the oppo-
site sidelines. Bill took the ball
E on the ten yard line with nobody
around him and rambled into the
end zone unmolested.
* * *
ALLIS CONVERTED and sec-
onds later reserve back Don Old-
ham intercepted a Petruska pass
to put the Wolverines in scoring
position again. The clock ran out
though, and the half ended with
the count 14-0.
In the second half the Wolver-
ines took the kickoff and roared
1 down the field for their third
marker. They ripped gaping
holes in the Badger line and.
Dufek and Ortmann tore
through them' for five and ten
yards at a clip.
Ortmann was hit by five men on
the - 15 and 'was shaken up. He
left the game and Don Peterson
came in to take over. Dufek and
Peterson carried down to the one
from where Dufek smacked over
for the touchdown.. Allis missed
the conversion as he did a little
later on the fourth Wolverine
ZATKOFF was hurt, shortly a-
ter the kickoff. Sophomore Laur-
ence LeClaire replaced him and on
the second play intercepted a pass
on the Wisconsin 25. He ran it
down to the 11.
The Badgers still had some
fight left, though, and held the
Michiganders on the two yard
marker. Then they turned right
around and fumbled on the first
play with Jack Powers pouncing
on it on the three.
Dufek was not to be denied this
time and bulled over on the first
The Badgers, led by second string
quarterback John Coatta, came to
' life late in the final period. With
two minutes left Coatta flipped a
pass to Bob Mansfield in the end
zone. The adgers had driven from
their own 30.
With but seconds remaining
they got another, after recovering
a Michigan fumble ot-the 25. Co-
4 atta passed to the five and then
ran wide for the score. Coatta
made one of the conversions.
First Downs 11 12
Rushing Yardage 55 125
Passing Yardage 137 158
Passes Attempted 22 17
Passes Coipleted 12 11
PassesIntercepted 0 3
Punting Average 41.3 43.5
Punts 6 4
? Fumbles Lost 1 1
Yards Penalized 5 49
BRING ON MINNESOTA!
Bennie Pleased At Wolverine Showing
By BILL BRENTON
Associate Sports Editor
"Now they count."
With these three words'Michi-
gan Athletic Director Fritz Cris-
ler summed up the Wolverine's
play in yesterday's victory over
Wisconsin. Thrown in was a hint
at the policy for the rest of the
THE WOLVERINES dropped
two out of their first three games,
but all were non-Conference af-
fairs. Yesterday it counted on the
Rose Bowl ticket and the Maize
and Blue rolled out precision-like
offense, a brick-wall defense and
a fighting spirit that thoroughly
earned the triumph.
"I never thought we'd have
'em 26-0," an obviously elated
Bennie Oosterbaan, Michigan
head coach, added, praising his
charges fine spirit. "We're get-
ting better as we go along," he
Oosterbaan singled out the Ort-
mann to Putich touchdown pass
for special praise. "A pretty play,
a pretty play," he repeated. It was
the same maneuver that carried
the 1947 club to the one-yard line
in their Rose Bowl battle.
MICHIGAN turned the tables
on' us was Wisconsin Coach Ivy
Williamson's version of the con-
test. Pass interceptions gave us a
win last week, but Michigan pick-
ed them off today," he explained.
The Wolverines' three intercep-
tions were the first of the season
off Badger passing.
For Chuck Ortmann, William-
son had nothing but praise.
"He's quite a guy." The Badger
mentor thought that Coatta per-
formed well for his club.
Leo Koceski took over for Ort-
mann in the bench-cheering line.
Koceski, injured last week in the
Army game, displayed a percep-
tible limp and was not dressed. Not
to be outdone, Charlie grabbed his
Dartmouth 50-yard line seat when
he was replaced in the fourth
'* * *
NO MAJOR injuries were sus-
tained while beating Wisconsin.
Roger Zatkoff, stellar sophomore
line backer, sprained his right an-
kle in the second half, but will
be ready next week. "He could
have played more," Oosterbaan as-
Fans gave a sigh of relief when
the injury to Chuck Ortmann on
the third play of the game was
I-M Gridiron Results
Phi Delta Theta 14, Sigma Al-
pha Epsilon 13.
Collegiate Sorosis 6, Kappa Al-
pha Theta 0.
Triangle 12, Tau Delta Phi 6.
of the painful, but short-lived,
Wisconsin warmed up with Ar-
my tactics before the game, run-
ning through a light contact work.
S P A R E T I M E F U N - Dr. Reginald Mitchell, a pedia-
trician, who builds model trains, ships and automobiles, operates
the miniature railroad he assembled at his home in Bethesda, Md.
T O O L S OF OTHER YEAR S-David Lynn, archi-
tect, shows whale oil lamp 100 years old, and a carpenter's level'
of 50 years ago, found during remodeling of Capitol, Washington.
Hess ........ LT ..
Kinyon ...... LG ..
Padjen ....... C ...
Kelsey ....... RG ...
Allis ....... RE..
Punch ....... QB ..
Ortmann ..... LH,..
Howell ....... RH ..
Dufek ....... FB..
STRAFFON IN STRIDE-Ralph
Straffon, Wolverine Fullback
carrying the pigskin in the 4th
quarter is approached by the
Badgers' Robert Radcliffe. Mich-
igan relaxed in the last period
after .pulling ahead 26-0, and
Wisconsin scored twice in the
final minutes. It was the Bad-
gers' first Big Ten defeat in
three conference games.
OF YOUR HAIR
Crew-cuts Flat Tops
9 Hairstylists - No Waiting
Liberty near State
ALLIGATOR TAM E R-Snakeman George Cann cre-
ates the impression that his pets would eat off his hand as he
pats the alligators in the Taronga Park Zoo, Sydney, Australia.
Read and Use The Daily Classifieds!
A D D E D S T A R T E R-Paul Hoffman (left), former ERP
head and honor guest, at the German Industrial Fair in Berlin.
signs his card for "Marshall Plan" long distance toy balloon race.
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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Nazarene Student ,Fellowship:.
Lane Hall, Mon., Oct. 23, 7:30 p.m.
B'nai B'rith Hill Foundation.
All interested in learning modern
Hebrew meet 7:30 p.m., Tues., Oct.
24, Lane Hall, Hillel Office.
Bridge Lessons: Ten lessons will
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L, M, Union. All interested stu-
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Phi Sigma Society: Mon., Oct.
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Raekham. Election of new mem-
bers. All members are urged to at-
tend, At 8 p.m. Prof. R. R. Miller,
Curator of Fishes in the Museum
of Zoology, will speak on "Guate-
mala; Land of Eternal Spring."
All interested persons invited.
Naval Research Reserve: Meet-
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Angell Hall. "The Human Rela-
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Social Research" by Mr. Robert L.
Industrial Relations Club: Mem-
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United World Federalists: Meet-
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Chess Club: Meeting Tues., Oct.
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Armenian Club: First meeting
of the semester, Mon., Oct. 23, 8
p.m., Room 3-M, Union.
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FEMININE TOUCH ON A ROOF - Lotte
Vybiral, 22, does repair work alongside men on roof of Vienna's
famous St. Stenhan's Cathedral which was damaged during war.
WOMAN JUDGE IN GERMANY -MissSadie
Belle Arbuthnot, of Orlando, Fla., is worn in at Nuernberg, Ger-
many, by Chief Justice William Clark, as the first woman magis-
trate of U. S. Courts of Allied High Commissioners for Germany.
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