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MONDAY; JANUARY 1, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Rival

State

Crew

Upsets

Michigan

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Spartans Hang 14-7 Loss on Wolverines

The sour-grapes cry of "wait un-
til next year" has been eliminated
from the vocabulary of Michigan
State football fans.
Yesterday, an aggressive, confi-
dent Spartan team out-maneuver-
ed the disappointing Wolverines in
registering a 14-7 victory over
their strong state rivals. It was
the first time in 13 years that the
Green and White has beaten the
Wolverines, who dropped their
first opening game since the 19-
14 loss to State in 1937.
The Wolverines, who played
hot and cold football all after-
noon, scored on a perfect-touch-
down pass from wingback Don
Peterson to end Fred Pickard
who made a fine jumping catch
on the goal-line. Harry Allis
converted and the score was
knotted at seven all, with seven
minutes and 35 seconds clocked
out in the third period.
Peterson was serving as a re-
placement for the injured Chuck
Ortmann.
MICHIGAN'S ACE passer and
keystone of the Wolverine offense
was removed mid-wayin the first
period when he suffered a sprain-
ed ankle in a pile-up at the com-

pletion of a 36-year runback of
the kickoff that followed State's
first touchdown.
The first period tension was
heightened as Sonny Grandelius,
back to pass, ducked around the
onrushing Michigan line and
skirted the sidelines to the Mich-
igan 24, with team captain, Le-
Roy Crane, proving his versatility
by delivering the key block on the
play.
THE WELL coordinated offen-
sive unit of the Spartans rolled to
a first-down on the Michigan ele-
ven, as sophomore Vince Pisano
butted through the Wolverine for-
ward wall.

With a fast-charging line
ahead of him, Crane then car-
ried to the defender's six. Pi-
sano was halted by Michigan
captain Al Wahl for no gain on
the following play, but the ice
was broken the next time the
Spartans scattered out of their
huddle.
On the effective touchdown
play, State quarterback Al Dorrow
easily sidestepped the charging
Wolverine linemen, and flipped
the ball to Sonny Grandelius who
was standing undefended on the
left flank.

CONGRATULATIONS
TO OUR
ROSE BOWL TEAM
MICHIGAN IS
TOPPING 'EM AGAIN
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FULLBACK LEROY CRANE SLIDES OVER FOR FIRST SPARTAN TD

Students Receive Few Seats
Between Goal Lines for Game

Moment of Glory
The longest run in Rose Bowl
history is the 103-yard dash turn-
ed in by Al Hoisch of UCLA in
the 1947 game..

ERNITY W40 too
ARD
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Congratulations.. .
on your

ROSE BOWL TEAM!

"Hope springs eterflal in the hu-
man breast."
What o 1 d died-in-the-wool
sports fan doesn't recall that fa-
mous line out of the immortal
"Casey at the Bat"?
* * *
TODAY, THE average Universi-
ty of Michigan student ought to
bear that quote in mind as he en-
ters the stadium, because he will
be lucky to sit between the goal
lines.
The follower shouldn't be re-
buked if overheard to remark,
"Someday I'll get a good foot-
ball ticket while I'm in school."
It would be an extreme long shot
if the fan did possess a favorable
location for today's Tournament of
Roses classic. For out of 28 sec-
tions, Michigan is alloted five sec-

tions and only one ana a half be-
tween the goal lines.
HOWEVER, by this time the
student should be accustomed to
receiving poor locations for foot-
ball contests. When the scholar
paid $4.80 for his Army game du-
cat, he thought to himself, "Ah,
I've paid so much, I should get a
swell seat".
But lo-and-behold, when he
entered Yankee Stadium, he
found himself in the far away
center field bleachers f r o mi
where, on a clear day, one can
see home plate.
Sitting out in no man's land
without aid of a public address
system or an efficient scoreboard,
our hero was lost. His only thought
-"I should have stood in bed."

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CONGRATULATIONS
to the
Football Team of 1950
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