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PAGxE IX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, QCTQBER fi, 195I

PAGE SIX SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1951

Purdue.. .34 Northwestern 20 Illinois .. .14 Indiana ..
Iowa . . . . 30 Army . . . . 14 Wisconsin . . 10 Pittsburgh..

1 ; California . . 55

Princeton . . 24 Tennessee
jNavy . . . 20jDuke..

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Georgia Tech. 13

6 Minniiesota .

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Spartans Edge Buckeyes in Final Minutes,

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BIG TEN ROUNDUP:
Illini Edge Wisconsin
In Rough Game, 14-10

By The Associated Press
CHAMPAIGN - Illinois surged
from behind for a fourth period
touchdown yesterday to defeat
Wisconsin 14-10 in a Big Ten
game of lucky breaks and hot
tempers.
While 56,207 watched in the
stadium's murky gloom and mil-
lions of others looked on in a
coast-to-coast television hookup,
the bitter Conference rivals played
a bruising, ragged battle that
nearly reached hand to hand com-
bat.
FOUR PLAYERS - two from
each team-were ejected by offi-
cials before they could take pokes
at each other. All four were key
men who might have swayed vic-
tory either way had they been
permitted to remain.
As it was, Illinois barged a-
head 7-U in the first four and
one half minutes of the game
on a 71-yard drive capped by
Johnny Karras, who stabbed
across from the six yard line.
Wisconsin tallied at the outset
of the second period and added a
field goal for a 10-7 half-time
lead
Illinois broke the Badgers' back
at the start of the finale.
Quarterback Don Engels, find-
ing himself bottled up, tossed a
blind, desperation pass.uIt sailed
30 yards, bouncing out of the
hands of end Steve Nose1k, the in-
tended receiver, and into the arms
of his teammate, Rex Smith. It
put Illinois on the Badger eight.'
From there fullback Pete Bach-
ouros rammed five yards. Then
Karras churned the final three
for his second touchdown and his
fifth in two games.
* # :
BOILERMAKERS RALLY
LAFAYE'ITE, Ind., -Rebound-
ing Purdue scored in the last
minute to beat Iowa, 34-30, in
spite of a three-touchdown per-
formance by sophomore George
(Dusty) Rice q Iowa.
Rice's sparkling show in-
cluded an end-zone to end-zone
run on the first play of the
game.
Exactly one minute was left on
the clock when quarterback Dale
Samuels pitched th e winning
touchdown to substitute halfback
Tom Redinger. The play cov-
ered 38 yards and Redinger was
the fifth player to score for Pur-
due.
S S *
CADETS BOW
EVANSTON, 11.-A desperation,
33 yard touchdown pass with a
minute and a half left gave North-
western a 20 to 14 victory over
Army's inspired football leftovers
before 40,000 at Dyche Stadium,
Until Northwestern quarter-
back Bob Burson flipped the
second of his two touchdown
passes on this chill, murky af-
ternoon-a toss to second string
end Dick Crawford-Army's gal-

lant forces had an upset in the
making.
Army battered through North-
western, a three touchdown favor-
ite, for two lightning-quick touch-
downs in the third period for a 14
to 7 lead.
GOPHERS TRAMPLED
BERKELEY, Calif.-California's
Bears sounded a challenge for
Scalped Again

Indian Pass
Plays -Rock
Wolverines
'I1' Talies Made
By Perry, APutich
(Continued from Page 1)
Erie Southwood was the top
ground-gainer with 92 yards on
13 rushes.
It all started out as a routine
affair until late in the first
quarter, after four exchanges of
downs, when Lowell took a Dick
Horn punt on his own 45 and
slithered his way down to the
Stanford 46.

First Downs
Rushing Yardage
Passing Yardage
Passes Attempted
Passes Completed
Passes Intercepte
Punts
Punting Average
Fumbles Lost
Yards Penalized

Last Tally Made With Only
Three Minutes Left ToPlay

Stanford Michigan
21 19
167 177
209"7
21 7
13 4
d ] 7
4 7
35.5 39
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25 39

LINE UPS
STANFORD MICHIGAN
Storum.........E..........Perry
Vick.,... ,...,.... LT...... ..Johnson
Manoogian ..,.LG ........Kinyon
Garner...........C . O'Shaugnessy
Bonetti........RG.........Wolter
Broderick ....,,RT..,,...,...Stribe
McClo.....B..RE...... Pickard
Kerkorian ,.QB..,.......Putich
Hugasian.......LH........ Tinkamn
Crist,.........RH.........-Howell
Meyers........,.FB... Witherspoon

Putich ripped a long pass that / / / //. §. , '<4, J
found its way through Wes Brad- <6" % 7r$'; , ,
ford's hands, but on the next play // ' i>A y /
Bradford fought nine yards to the / - //',4 '> / -<
37. Tom Witherspoon got the first /
down and another incompleted / ,
pass later Putich took a pitchout :,' /,A /
from Topor and hurled a long pads ' / 7V
to Fred Pickard, complete on the ,,>;y
seven. ~ , , < ,, <; ;
Witherspoon went to the fourDailyRogerReinke
ad thn tch gn placieminsce END-AROUND-Untouched by Stanford hands, Lowell Perry dashes into the end zone for the first
duggery of old, Witherspoon got Michigan touchdown at 11:58 of the first quarter. Stanford, expecting a line buck from the three
the ball, gave it to Topor who yard line, was caught unawares and the tall Michigan end had little trouble in scampering to pay-
tossed to Perry on the end around dirt. however, Russ Rescorla missed the try for the extra point, leaving the score 6-0. Stanford
for a free ride to pay dirt. scored five minutes liter and remained in command for the rest of the afternoon, winning 23-13.
Rescorla's kick was partially
blocked, leaving it Michigan 6,,
Stanford 0. } -' Prineeton Beats Navy on Kazmaier Aerials
BUT AFTER the kickoff Ker- ___ ----ill
korian took to the air lanes. The
Indians got their first first down T xas f1r m n' e MOUNTAINEERS ROLL WASHINGTON UPSET
ern a pass from Kerkorian to Mc-
onI tatascfomer korian to Mc- ; Q !KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - An alert SEATTLE-Brilliant passing by
Colh that covered 35 yards to the Tarhel, 4 2 Tennessee team scooped up Duke Rudy Bukich and fancycatching
.Michigan 2 ._____fmlsadtre thm io
Sfumbles and turned them intoby Cosimo (Scooter) Cutri gave
Two plays later with third y The Associated Pre touchdowns to smash the Blue
down and 16 to go Kerkorian ANNAPOLIS, Md.-Three aer- Devils from the nation's unbeaten'Southern California a 20-13 foot-
again unleashed a long heave to ial shots for touchdowns by All- football outfits, 26-0. ball victory over favored Wash-
McColl on the west sideline. Pet- America halfback Dick Kazmaier A shirt-sleeved crowd of 45,- ington, scuttling the Huskies'
erson took the gamble and tried flashed Princeton to its 15th o00 witnessed the game in 91- hopes for an undefeated season

COLUMBUS, Ohio--IP)-Michi-
gan State staged a smashing come-
back by scoring two touchdowns in
the last six mintutes of play to beat
Ohio State and its mighty Vic
Janowicz 24-20 here yesterday.
Janowicz threw a pass for one
touchdown, and fought his way
over for the second after pulling
down a throw that travelled more
than 50 yards through the air..
* *.*
WHEN A THIRD Ohio State
touchdown had the score at 20-10,
for the Buckeyes with time run-
ning out in the final quarter it
looked like curtains for the Spar-
tans, rated number one in the As-
sociated Press national poll.
But Michigan State rolled 75
yards to score again and then a
fantastically complicated ball-
handling series in the backfield
set up the final score.
Here's how the game-winning
play went.
There was two minutes and 30
seconds left to play and Michigap
State had the ball on the Ohi6
State 29. It was fourth down with
five yards to go.
FULLBACK Evan Slonac took a
direct pass from center and hand-
ed it to quarterback Al Dorow.
Dorow pitched out to left half Tom
Yewcic and headed for the side-
lines. Yewcic lofted a pass over to
Dorow, who pulled it down on the
Ohio State 15 and raced along the
chalk lines, evading grasping tack-
lers to Score.
The play that set up the win
was the first pass of his college
career for Yewcic.
Until the Spartans staged their
uprising, the game looked like all
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Janowicz. The amazing Buckeye
All-American took care of the
kickoffs, the punting, a good part
of the passing and was a receiver,
ball-carrier, blocker and safety-
man for his outfit.
OHIO STATE was the local fa-
vorite and the brilliant Michigan
State finale literally stunned a
partisan crowd of 82,640-the third
largest in the history of the Co-
lumbus Stadiun.
Penalties stalled two Michigan
State drives in the first quarter
and the Spartans had to settle
for a field goal and a brief 3-0
lead.
The first time Michigan State
got the ball the green and white
went from its own 35 to the Ohio
State 36 but a 15 yard penalty
killed any scoring chances,

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STANFORD
MICHIGAN

4 20 3-23
S 0 7 0-13

Stanford Scoring: Touchdowns,
Kerkorian, Meyers 2; Conversions,
Kerkorian 2. Field Goal, Kerkorian.
Michigan Scoring: Touchdowns,
Perry, Putich. Conversion, Rescor-
la.
Substitutes: MICHIGAN-ends-
Ostermann, Kuntson, Dingman,
Stanford, Green, Popp; tackles-Ba-
log, Pederson, Geyer, Zatkoff, Ben-
nett; guards-Timm, Beison, Dug-y
ger; backs-Topor, Billings, Peter-I
son, Kress, Bradford, Oldham, Res-
corla, LeClaire, Schlicht, STAN-
FORD-ends-Eadie, Rye, Thomp-
son, Kirkland, Maorley; tackles -
Latham, King, Calfee; guards-Hok-
anson, H. Cook, Cone, Griffin, Pow-
ell; backs-Horn, Castellucci, Bryan,
Tanner, Southiwood, Saunders, St.
Geme, Rice Auble, s. Cook, Mathias
Essegian.
national football honors with a
smashing 55 to 14 victory over the
Minnesota Gophers.
A Crowd of 69,000, sitting in
summer like weather, saw the
defending Pacific Coast Coufer-
ence Champions pulverize the,
Big Ten Gophers with a ground
and aerial attack that brooked
no opposition.
The strongest California team
in years scored two touchdowns in
every period.
s * s
BLOOMINGTON, Ind.-Indiana
whipped Pittsburgh's football
team, 13 to 6, on two touchdowns
by fullback Eugene (Pat) Ged-
man. The Duquesne, Pa., lad ran
5 yards for one and caught a 16-
yard pass from quarterback Lou
D'Achille for the other.
Smarting from last week's 48-6
loss to Notre Dame, 'Indiana
roared back today with a fancy
offensive combination starring
Gedman, D'Achille and halfback
Bobby Robertson.

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to intercept, but the ball clear-
ed his outstretched fingers to
McColl who was dropped on the
seven.
Bob Meyers hit the line three
timestomove the ball to the one,
and then on fourth down with the
Michigan defense drawn in tight,
Kerkorian went over untouched on
the bootleg play.
Kerkorian's kick was good.
* * *
MICHIGAN couldn't get a sus-
tained drive going so Billings punt-
ed 44 yards out of bounds on the
Stanford 18. Eric Southwood and
Harry Hugasian lugged the leather
to the 30 and Kerkorian was good
on passes to McColl and Morley,
putting the ball on the Michi-
gan 28.
Four plays later McColl again
took a pass, going out on the
two. Meyers smashed over for
the t.d., but Kerkorian's kick
was low.
Four minutes later Meyers again
plunged over from the one on the
payoff end of a 54-yard drive that
featured Kerkorian passes to Mc-
Coll and Morley for eleven yards
apiece, another to Morley for 13
yards and a scamper around right
end to the two by Bob Bryan.
In the second half the Wolver-
ines almost made a comeback
when Putich scored at the end of
a 76-yard drive that started when
Jim Balog recovered Hugasian's
fumble. Putich, Peterson, Brad-
ford and Perry carried to the .197
in 12 plays, from where the form-
er danced over.
But after that Michigan could-
n't keep a sustained drive going
and Stanford added its final three
points on Kerkorian's field goal
with 41 seconds left in the game.

straight triumph yesterday by a
24-20 score over Navy in a spec-
tacular display of offensive fire-
works.
Navy came close to beating the
Tigers for the first time since
Cornell turned the trick in the
middle of the 1949 season, with
a second halfhcomeback that net-
ted all the Middie points.
TIHE TIGERS sprung away to
a 17-0 halftime lead. At that point
the 21,000 sweltering fans in
Thompson stadium felt the Prin-
cetonians were out for a romp
since Navy was stumbling all over
itself.
Then Navy unfurled second half
touchdowns of the skyrocket var-
iety and missed what might have
been the winning score on a drop-
ped pass over the goal.
: 4
TEXAS ROMPS
AUSTIN, Tex.-Texas found the
running attack it has been search-
ing for and combined it with a
proven defense to crush North
Carolina, 45-20.
Left half Gib Dawson, a 170-
pound speedster from Douglas,
Ariz., finally ran the way Texas
coaches knew he could and hit
paydirt twice. He opened the
Longhorn scoring by catching
quarterback T Jones' 10-yard
pass in the end zone for Texas'
first tally-in the first quarter.
North Carolina's Tar Heels
cracked right back with an 87-
yard drive. Fullback Dick Weiss
took the ball on a spinner and
drove through is left guard eight
yards to put North Carolina brief-
ly in the lead as Abie Williams
kicked the extra points.
But the blistering Texas attack
was just getting warmed up.

degree weather.
Tennessee, the nation's third,
ranked team in the Associated
Press poll, showed marked im-
provement offensively over its op-
ening game. The Vols scored one.
in each quarter-once on passes
and the other three on running'
plays.

It was Bukich's what-the-heck,
let's-shoot-the-works pass in the
dying minutes of the first half
that paved the way to USC's 13-7
half-time lead, and he scored the
winning touchdown himself in the
final period after engineering an-
other 75-yard aerial drive.

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