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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1951

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MSC Cops Cross-Country
Title; Michigan Takes Third

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CHICAGO -- Michigan State
College won its first cross-country
championship since entering the
Big Ten, dethroning Wisconsin by
a 13-point margin at Chicago's
snow-filled Washington Park yes-
terday.
The Spartans' low five-man to-
tal of 49 was paced by Dick Kep-
ford, who placed fourth, and Bob
Barr who finished in fifth position.
Michigan wound up third in the
competition, 15 points behind the
second place Badgers, and 12
points ahead of fourth place In-
diana.
WALT DEIKE, Wisconsin's dis-
tance star, captured individual
honors. The favored Badger, third
behind Michigan's Pon McEwen
a year ago, sloshed over the four-
mile course in a slow 21:12.3.
Sophomore John Ross ran a
brave race for the Maize and
Blue, finishing sixth after step-
ping in second position for the
first two miles. Bob Guise hit
the tape in the twelfth slot, bet-
tering his 1950 showing by four
positions.
Of particular note was the ster-
ling performance turned in by
Freshman John Moule. In the first
four-mile test of his career, the
Canadian newcomer came across
an excellent eighteenth.
THE MISERABLE weather con-
ditions, which were featured by a
combination of rain and snow,
took their toll on the running sur-
face as well as on the Michigan
harriers.
Ankle-deep water mired the
back-stretch for a full quarter of
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a mile, and all but the front run-
ners returned mud-splattered.
The ferocity of the coldness
caused Delance Hyde's foot to
numb during the third mile, and
for the remainder of the contest
Hyde lagged behind together with
Bill Hickman. Hyde got home 21st,
while Hickman finished one posi-
tion better.
* * *
FINISHING behind Michigan
and Indiana came Iowa with 109
points, Minnesota with 144, and
Purdue with 152. Illinois, Ohio
State and Northwestern produced
no entries.
Deike's winning time was the
slowest since 1945 when Illinois'
Vic Twomey toured the same
course in 21:28.9. The triumphal
effort was more than a minute
and a half slower than Mc-
Ewen's 1950 record.
Ted Wheeler of Iowa was the
closest to the winner. He finished
almost 100 yards behind Deike.
Another Hawkeye, Rich Fergu-
son, led the 46-man pack for the
first mile. After relinquishing the
lead to the Wisconsin Whiz, Fer-
guson faded to 26th at the wire.
Wisconsin had garnered the
hill-and-dale championship in six
of the past seven years and in fif-
teen years of the 37-year history
of the event. MSG's initial victory
was rounded out by a ninth, 15th
and 16th place finisher.
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SPORTS
BOB LANDOWNE
Night Editor,

-Daily-Roger Reinke
THROUGH THE AIR-Northwestern end, Dick Peterson (99),
leaps high in a futile attempt to bat down an aerial thrown by
Dick Balzhizer, Michigan Jayvee fullback. Play started as a decoy
end sweep by Balzhizer. Number (65) is Wolverine guard Jim
Wagner.
BuckyOes Face Unbeaten
Ilini in Top Big Ten Tilt

Wildcat 3rd
Period Rally
Breaks Tie
By DICK SEWELL
Michigan's JV football team
played Northwestern on even
terms for two quarters here yes-
terday, but faltered badly in the
second half to lose 21-7, on a snow-
swept Ferry Field.
Held to a 7-7 standoff in the
first half, the fired-up Wildcat re-
serves exploded twice in the third
period to hand the Wolverines
their third loss against two wins.
The game was the season's finale
for Coach Don Robinson's charges.
* * *
AN ESTIMATED crowd of 500
fans watched the Blue team jump
off to a brief early lead in the op-
ening stanza only to see the Wild-
cats tie the score a scant three
minutes later.
Ted Kress, giving an outstand-
ing performance in his JV debut,
capped the Wolverine scoring
drive plunging over from one
foot out. Bob Topp then convert-
ed with four and a half minutes
gone in the first period.
The drive began the first time
Michigan got its hands on the ball
and covered 69 yards. Kress set up
the tally himself, scampering 22
yards to the one foot line on an
optional pass play.
NORTHWESTERN TOOK Carl
Kambout's ensuing kickoff and
marched 78 yards in 16 plays for
their first score. Fullback Gerald
Otto plunged over from the one
and center John Damore convert-
ed to end the scoring in the first
half.
The Wildcats wasted no time
getting under way in the last
half. Recovering a Maize and
Blue fumble on the Michigan 23
yard line, the visitors drove the
remaining distance to pay dirt
in four plays. Fullback Clarence
Johnson bulled over i~rom the
two on third down, and Damore
added the extra point to make
the score read 14-7.
The final Northwestern points
came late in the same period on a
16 yard dash by John Hill, a sec-
ond string reserve halfback. Michi-
gan's Don Eaddy had fumbled a
punt return two plays earlier to
set up the score.
* * .
THE LAST HALF was all North-
western, the sole Wolverine threat
petering out late in the final quar-
ter. With Mark Scarr and Eaddy
throwing to George Dutter and
Bob Topp the locals moved to the
Wildcat 27 in six plays. There the
drive sputtered and stopped when
four long passes went incomplete.
Despite the cold weather which
numbed passers' fingers, Michigan
tried 20 aerials in the losing cause,
completing nine of them.
Northwestern held a weight ad-
vantage both in the backfield and
in the line and used it effectively,
relying on orthodox rushing plays
to move don field. Quarterback
Ed Vanek didn't find the cold ball
to his liking and called for only
eight passes all afternoon.

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season, and has gained 458 yards
for a 4.3 average. Alban has been
the most effective of Northwest-
ern's backfield corps. He has a 7.1
yards per carry average, with 345
yards in 48 tries.
The Wildcats will probably count
on Bob Burson, brother of Don
(who led Northwestern to their
1948 Rose Bowl victory), to carry
the passing attack. Although Bur-
son doesn't have a target like Don
Stonesifer to throw at this season,
sophomore Joe Collier and vet-
eran Norm Kragseth are capable
ends and Voigts will undoubtedly
try to capitalize on Michigan's por-
ous pass defense.
MICHIGAN has scored only one
touchdown in its last two outings.
After the wild scoring outburst
against Minnesota, the Wolverines
have been hamstrung on the
ground and the passing attack has
been far from effective.,
But the fact that today's game
is a Big Ten contest will of itself'
inject some spark into the Wolver-
ine attack. Northwestern shouldi
be up, too, although the Wildcats'1
traditional battle with Illinois is
next weekend and they may bew
saving some gas for that one. l

still a strong contender, entertains
Northwestern, while Rose Bowl-
hopeful Wisconsin is host to Iowa
in the Hawkeyes' loop finale, and
Minnesota invades Purdue.
* * *
IN A NON-LOOP joust, five-
times beaten Indiana engages the
nation's No. 1 team, Michigan
State, at Bloomington.- I
Illinois, seeking its eighth
straight victory and fifth league
win, can clinch a RosesBowl bid
and at least a title share by
beating Ohio State (2-1-1).
Although the Illini, third in the
Associated Press national rank-
ings, steadily have grown sharper,
they face a dangerous assignment
at Columbus, if for no other rea-
son than Ohio State's Vic Jano-
wicz is ready for a top, effort.
- Y advertised in pre-sea-
son reckoning as the key to a
Buckeye title, Janowicz has had a
so-so campaign except for his
brilliant punting and field goal
booting.
Purdue's problem in keeping
alive its' slim bowl and title hopes
will be to shackle Minnesota's Paul
Giel, who is menacing the Big Ten
total offense record. Purdue has
beaten Iowa and Northwestern
while losing to Wisconsin in loop
play.
Wisconsin, ne arly at full
strength for the first time in
weeks, is expected to close out
Iowa's Big Ten season without a
Hawkeye victory. The Hawks have
dropped four and tied one. The
Badgers, playing a seven-game
schedule, now have 3-1-1.
The Hoosiers would spring the
upset of the season if they could
topple Michigan State which last
Saturday hammered Notre Dame
35-0. In a season opener, Notre
Dame plastered Indiana, 48-6.

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First Downs ..... 10
Rushing Yardage ..170
Passing Yardage .. 33
Passes Attempted.. 8
Passes Completed . 3
Passes Intercepted 2
Fumbles ........ 3
Fumbles lost ...... 3
Punts............ 7
Punting Average .34.4

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