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SUNIDAY, NOVEMBER 4,1951...
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Miami J
Reds Amass FOOTI
Early Lead Jan
By The
For Victory Coumbus
halfback Vi
14-yard fou.
By BOB LANDOWNE yesterday to
A strong Miami University of 0 victory ov
Ohio jayvee team downed Michi- Western Co]
gan's Junior Varsity on the Ferry by 71,089.
Field gridiron yesterday morning. It was a g
The score was 21-13. tunities and
The Big Red from Oxford, Ohio, squads and
rolled to a 21-0 lead by virtue of a the biggest
touchdown in each of the first each team.
three quarters and then staved off FIVE T
a Wolverine rally in the final surged deep
quarter for its second straight win. but missed f
The Maize and Blue now have a and the 12 a
2-2 Junior Varsity record. on downs
Tu e star for the Miami team wrecked the
was right halfback Bobby Wallace On the ot
who, scored all three Redskin ried to the
touchdowns on saunters of three, cats wound
ten and one yards. quarterback
Halfway through the first quar- thrown for
ter Miami was forced to punt on aerials.
fourth down but Michigan safety Ohio Sta
man Dave Ray fumbled and Miami great offe
end Mel Baker recovered on the smothering
Wolverine eight yard line. missed on
Twvo plunges brought the ball chances. TI
to the three, and following an in- period the
complete pass in the end zone, the Wildca
quarterback Denny S tudr aw a move agar
pitched out to Wallace who swept Northweste
around the right side for the tally. Janowicz
Near the close of the half Wal- from the 27
lace capped a 42 yard march with iod and was
a ten yard scoring play on a re- becoming the
verse over the left side of the lowing two
Michigan line. The touchdown play western recc
was set up by a 13 yard run by up with his
Studrawa whose 14 yard 1rass to the final pe
lefthalf Don Hunter also contri-
buted to the drive. FOLLOWI
Trailing 14-0 at the opening of pointer, the
the .second half the Wolverines Northwestern
tried to get back in the ball game. ball on the
Almost immediately after the which halfb
kickoff a pass from Bob Hurley to covered. Late
Ed Hickey covered 60 yards and lost the ba
put the ball on the Miami seven Northwestern
yard line.
But the Ohioans held for four Northwes
downs and took possession on their a lead ri
own four. dmate,
Minutes later, Michigan, again placekick
in possession, lost a fumble on its plckc
own 38 and three Studrawa passes Burson and
reached the one from where Wal- Norman Kr
laces lugged it over to practically wide of the
ice the game.
In the fourth quarter the Wol- threw four
verines finally began to roll as against Iow
Hurley completed four passes for pleted only
54 yards, three to Bob Topp and today for 9
the last one to John Veselenak pleted 12 of
that carried to the three. Fromt Northwest
there Hurley ran to the one-foot to Ohio's 1
line before Hickey. took the ball gained had a
over, ending a 57 yard drive.
Topp missed his conversion at- Iowa, G
tempt to make the Michigan cause
look even darker. Iowa City
On the first play after the kick- chardt turn'
off Michigan recovered a Miami ternoon into
fumble on the Redskins' 15 but 40,000 Iowan
three Hurley passes went incom- ing Iowa to
plece and on fourth down he nesota in a
'reached the seven after being spurt.
trapped and Miami took over on Minnesota
downs. going into t
With 15 seconds remaining to the gifted
Michigan scored again as fullback Paul Giel a
Fred Baer plunged over from the appeared to
one to complete a 51 yard march renewal of
that was also sparked by Hurley. series all wra
Topp converted this time as the
game ended with Miami players BUT REI
carrying their coach, Richard ing fullback
"Doc" Urich, from the playing pearance be
field with a 21-13 victory. sparked an

The Wolverines racked up 14 the Gophers
first downs to Miami's 13, but minutes of tl
Studrawa, working from the T- winds rangin
formation, completed 11 of 16 per hour.
passes while quarterback Mark Iowa sco
Scarr and Hurley hit on six of down with
twelve passes for Michigan. fourth perk

THE MICHIGAN DAILY -

Defeats

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BALL ROUND-UP:
iowicz' Toe Defeats Wildcats, 3-0

e Associated Press
0-O. - All-America
c Janowicz booted a
rth quarter field goal
give Ohio State a 3 to
'er Northwestern in a
nference game viewed
ame of missed oppor-
futile offenses by both
an 18-mile wind was
defensive factor for
- * -
IME S Northwestern
into Ohio's territory
ield goals from the 17
nd the loss of the ball
on the 12 and two
Wildcats' chances.
her surge, which car-
Buckeye 21, the Wild-
up on their own 49 as
Bob Burson was
losses on attempted
te, which displayed a
use a week ago in
Iowa, 47-21, also
plenty of scoring
hree times in the first
Buckeyes were inside
it 30 but failed to
inst the stalwart
rn defenders.
missed a field goal
early in the first per-
s well on his way to
e goat of the game fol-
fumbles which North-
Dvered when he came
game-winning kick in
riod.
* * *
NG Janowicz' three-
Bucks moved to the
n 12, only to lose the
All-America's fumble
ack Pat O'Brien re-
er in the session Ohio
11 on downs on the
n six.
tern, trying to take
ng the torrid second
hich the Wildcats
tried a 17-yard
by quarterback Bob
l a 12-yarder by end
agseth, but both were
e mark.
ck Tony Curcillo, who
touchdown passes
a a week ago, com-
seven of 21 attempts
2 yards.2Burson com-
30 for 120 yards.
ern had 11 first downs
0 and in total yards
203-to-195 edge.
Yophers Tie
y, Ia.-Big Bill Rei-
ed a sub-freezing af-
warm joy for nearly
ns yesterday by rally
a 20-all tie with Min-
stirring fourth quarter
, holding a 20-0 lead
he final period, thanks
running of sophomore
nd senior Ron Engel,
have the thirty-fifth
this intense football
apped up.
* *. *
CHARDT, the charg-
making his final ap-
fore hometown fans,
Iowa spurt that swept
apart in the closing
he duel fought in cold
ig from 25 to 35 miles
red its first touch-
5:21 gone in the
od after blocking a
Minnesota 28. That
as Iowa had been all
This time, however,
made 24 yards in
, going six for the
Big Bill made the
and it was 20-7.
left, Iowa was far
5. But again Reichardt
nd to inspire an Iowa
finished with a pass

by Burt Britzmann to
ston in the end zone
ligible play.
DT'S conversion at-
ide. There were many
t Minnesota was off-
kick but there was no
t was Minnesota 20,

Iowa13, and time running out at
4:26. Plenty of time thought, for
the aroused Hawks and Big Bill,
their leader.
They struck from their 44 to the
Minnesota 36 from where Rei-
chardt broke into the open for a
touchdown run. Big Bill's kick was
good and Iowa had come from far
behind to deadlock the contest at
20-all.
* * *
Badgers Win, 6-0
Madison, Wis.-A 36-yard pass
from Johnny Coatta to reserve
halfback Bill Hutchinson gave
Wisconsin a 6 to 0 win over In-
diana in a Big Ten game played in
a driving snowstorm yesterday.
Wisconsin had completed only
two passes before the final desper-
ation toss that Hutchinson caught
in the end zone. The Badgers,
tenth in the Associated Press na-
tional poll, now have won three,
lost one and tied one in Western
Conference play.
* * *
THE BADGERS threatened fre-
quently with their powerful ground
attack despite the wet slippery
gridiron but could not score until
the dying minutes of the game be-
cause of fumbles and a stubborn
Indiana line that held when its
goal was threatened.
Ten fumbles were chalked
against the winners. Indiana re-
covered five of them.
Indiana got beyond midfield
on only three occasions and its
greatest advance was to the
Badger 42 early in the game.
Most of the time it had to play
deep in its own territory.
Fine punting by Florian Helin-
ski, freshman from Hurley, Wis.,
pulled the Hoosiers out of trouble
frequently.
Bill Lane, Wisconsin defensive

back, gave the Badgers the break
that resulted in the touchdown.
He recovered Jerry Ellis' fumble
on the Indiana 11 with one minute,
13 seconds to go.
* *4 *
Lions Tip Cornell
Ithaca, N.Y. - Mitch Price,
straight-throwing quarterback, led
an aggressive Columbia football
team to a 21 to 20 upset over Cor-
nell yesterday.
For the second year in a row
favored Cornell went down to de-
feat before Columbia by one point.
The Lions beat Cornell 20 to 19 in
New York a year ago.
AN ESTIMATED 21,000 fans
more than half-filled Cornell's
Sthoellkopf Stadium to watch this
year's upset despite 30-degree
weather and a four inch morning
snowfall.
It stopped snowing just before
the starting whistle and bulldozers
power shovels and trucks cleared
the field.
Cornell trailed through three
quarters of the game and finally
came to life halfway through the
final period, but it was too late.
The Big Red, trailing 21 to 7;
made two touchdowns in the last
10 minutes of play. Bill Kirk
converted one of the two tallies,
but missed the other.
Cornell's chances of overcoming
the one-point Columbia margin
ended when Columbia intercepted
a pass during a Cornell drive for
a score in the final minutes of
play.
Columbia scored in the first,
second and fourth quarters and Al
Ward converted all three touch-
downs. Cornell made its first
touchdown in the second quarter.

TROlP'lIES FROM THE SOIL--M rs.James
Reed displays giant Guinea beans grown in her backyard garden
at Rock Island, Wash. One weighs ten pounds, is 50 inches long.

RELAXING-Hollywood old-timer Mae Marsh, of "Tr of A Na-,
tion" fame, works on a seascape during leisue I une bet ween roles
in filmland prdduction.

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National Grid Scores

By The Associated Press
EAST
Princeton 12, Brown 0
Kutztown (Pa.) Tchrs. 26, New Bri-
tain Tchrs. 6
Dartmouth 14, Yale 10
William and Mary 20, Penn 12
Holy Cross 34, Colgate 6
Boston University 52, New York Uni-
versity 6
Rutgers 13, Fordham 7
Bowdoin 27, Bates 12
Maine 24, Colby 0
Bucknell 28, Temple 7
Massachusetts Maritime 0, Loyola of
Montreal 0
Lehigh 3, Muhlenberg 2
Rochester 14, Oberlin 0,
Hobart 41, Haverford 6
Northeastern 13, Coast Guard 13 (tie)
Maryland 35. Missouri 0
Amherst 21, Tufts 13
Rensselaer 20, Clarkston 0
Connecticut 20, New Hampshire 0
Williams 40, Union 0
St. Lawrence 20, Hofstra 0
Norwich 20, Middlebury 13
St. Michaels (Vt.) 26, Kings Point 0
American International 6, Wesleyan 0
St. Bonaventure 39, Youngstown 6
Johns Hopkins 39, Swarthmore 6
Franklin and Marshall 35, Ursinus 0
Massachusetts 6, Vermont 0
Rhode Island 25, Springfield 19
WesternM aryland 6, Drexel 0
Carnegie Tech 18, Washington and
Jefferson 0
MIDWEST
Baldwin Wallace vs. Case, postponed
Tulsa 35, Oklahoma A & M 7
Drake 35, Great Lakes 20
Kansas 27, Nebraska 7
Oklahoma 33, Kansas State 0
Purdue 28, Penn State 0
Detroit 7, Bradley 6
Kent State 27, Bowling Green 27
Miami (O.) 27 Buffalo 7
Findlay 20, Ashland 6
Denison 38, Wittenberg 7
Ohio Wesleyan 13, Mount Union 12
Capital 18, Ohio Northern 6
Hamilton 26, Kenyon 12
Muskingum. 34, Marietta 7
Wayne 21, Washington (St. Louis) 0
Albion 34, Kalamazoo 0
Alma 20, Hillsdale 12
Lewis (1l.) 32, Northern Michigan 6
Elmhurst 20, Concirdia 0

Wheato n18, Michigan Tech 0
Knox 6, Coe 0
North Central (III.) 26, Milliken 12
Valparaiso 33, Luther 7
Central 9, Indiana Central 6
St. Joseph's (Ind.) 39, Ball State 21
Hanover 14, Taylor 6
Quincy (I11.) 45, Central (Mo.) 0
Wichita 19, Houston 14
Otterbein 12, Hiram 12
Evansville 7, Eastern Kentucky 6
Western Michigan 20, Butler 0
Depauw 14, Indiana State 13
Rose Poly 14, Cedarville 6
South Dakota 25, Iowa Tchrs 7
Ripon (Wis.) 13, Carleton (Minn.) 0
South Dakota Mines 6, Dickinson
(N.D.) Tchrs 0
Simpson 19, Central (Ia.) 13
Grinnell 7, Cornell (Ia.) 6
SOUTH
Alabama 16, Georgia 14
Duke 14. Georgia Tech 14
George Washington 20, South Caro-
lina 14
Tennessee 27, North Carolina 0
Washington and Lee 60, VPI 0
West Virginia 35, Western Reserve 7
Kentucky 32, Miami (Fla.) 0
Virginia 39, Citadel 0
VMI 35, Davidson 13
Auburn 49, Louisiana College 0
Mississippi State 10, Tulane 7
Clemson 21, Wake Forest 6
Van derbilt 19, Chattanooga 14
Morris Brown 57, South Carolina
State 6
West Virginia State 14, Virginia
State 13
Xavier (La.) 45, Clark 0
Camp Lejeune Marines 20, Quantico
Marines 13
SOUTHWEST
Texas Christian 20, Baylor 7
Rice 21, Pittsburgh 13
Texas 20, Southern Methodist 13
Arkansas 33, Texas A and M 21
FAR WEST
Brigham Young 21, Colorado A and
M 19
Utah 28, Utah State 20
Colorado 47, Iowa State 20
Oregon 14, Idaho 13
Oregon State 40, Washington 14
Stanford 21, Washington State 13
Wyoming 34, Montana 7
Colorado College 26, Colorado State 0

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NEARS C OM PL E TION - This view of th1 Baha'i
House of Worship at Wilmette, Ill., shows interior oe ti fof
of $2,500,000 shrine Iwhich will be opened to putiic in 1i3.

RECALLING OTHER Y EA -eact rgapop-
urar 19th century sport, a balloon begins its ascent from the
London South Bank site during the 1951 1"e iva of Britain.

The scoring:
MIAMI........7
MICHIGAN ....0

7
0

7 0. .21
0 13..13

Touchdowns: Wallace 3; Hickey,
Baer.
Conversions: Williams 3, Topp
(placement).
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touchdown.
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