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sIx THE MICHIGAN DAILY """

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FOOTBALL ROUNDUP:
TCU Humbles SMU, Takes Southwest Grid Crown

Cadets Blasted
By Navy,_42-7
Sorrentino Sparks Middie Offense
As Raster Leads Defensive Platoon

By The Associated Press
College football had its last
big fling of the 1951 season yes-
terday, with some of the nation's
top teams winding up their regu-
lar schedules.
Aside from the traditional
Army-Navy battle and the Sou-
thern California-Notre 'Dame
clash, most of the interest cen-
tered in the South and South-
west, where TCU clinched a Cot-
ton Bowl bid with the Southwest
Conference crown, Baylor tri-
umphed and was picked to meet
Georgia Tech in the Orange
Bowl, and top-rated Tennessee
edged Vanderbilt, 35-27.

Frogs Jump
FORT WORTH-Texas Chris-
tian's crushing line, a stray elbow,
and Ray McKown, Gil Bartosh
and Bobby Jack Floyd combined
to bring a 13-2 victory over South-
ern Methodist and the Southwest
Conference football championship.
The title-Texas Christian's
first since 1944-put the Horned
Frogs into the Cotton Bowl as
host team.
The passing of McKown,' a
gifted sophomore, set up the
first Texas Christian touchdown
and the throwing of Bartosh did
the same for the other. Floyd's
line-cracking runs proved the
margin in between.
Southern Methodist was behind
6-2 in the third period when Fred
Benners, who tied the Conference
passing record with 16 comple-
tions, pitched a pass to Benton
Musslewhite that gained 65 yards
and an apparent touchdown. But
an SMU player was ruled to have

used an elbow too vigorously so the
score wasnullified.
* * *
Baylor Wires
HOUSTON-Larry Isbell faked,
frustrated and fooled Rice into a
humiliating 34-13 licking as Bay-
lor's Golden Bears accepted an
Orange Bowl bid, which came from
Miani immediately after the vic-
tory.
Isbell ran for one touchdown,
passed for another, and figured
in two more as his mates sewed
up second place in the South-
west Conference's wacky race.
The 45,000 spectators never were
in much doubt as to the outcome.
Baylor dominated the play, run-
ning 59 plays to 20 for Rice in the
first half alone.
* * *
Vols Scared
KNOXVILLE-A fighting Van-
derbilt football team, fired to great
heights by the sensational passing

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nighty Tennessee a real scare be-
ore bowing, 35 to 27.
A wildly screaming crowd oft
45,000 homecoming fans shouted
itself hoarse as Wade riddled
unbeaten. Tennessee's secondary
with passes and almost pulled
off the biggest upset of the sea-
son.
The bitterly-fought game ended
n a free-for-all which was quickly
rought under control by officials,
oaches and police.
Engineers Roll
ATLANTA - The high flying
eels of Leon Harderpan and
eorge Maloof cut tremendous
ains out of Georgia defenses as.
;he unbeaten Engineers moved on
o Baylor and the Orange Bowl
with a 48-6 victory.
Tech, whose record is discol-
ored only by a 14-14 tie with
Duke in 11 games, recovered a
Georgia fumble by Lauren Har-
grove on the Georgia 19 on the
game's third play. From then
throughout the half there was
no holding Tech and about all
Georgia could do was try.
There was no stopping Maloof
ither. The big Atlantan scored
our touchdowns.

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JACKETS.....................7.95 to 27.50
BELTS..........................1.50 to $5
CUFF LINKS.,....................1.95 to $5
SLACKS......................7.95 to 19.95
WALLETS......................3.50 to 7.50
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PHILADELPHIA-(4P)-A quick
opening break and a 101-yard
touchdown run by plebe John
Raster lit a fuse under the slum-
bering Navy football giant yes-
terday and sent it stampeding
over Army's rag-tag forces for a
42 to 7 victory. It was the most
humiliating Army defeat in the
62-year-old service football rivalry.
A crowd 'of 99,000, enough to
populate a good-sized city, sat in
awe in Municipal Stadium's huge
horseshoe as the battered Middies,
a big, bungling team that had won
only one of its eight previous
games this year, poured it on their
crib-shattered e n e m y without
mercy.
* * *
T HE WORST previous Army
shellacking at the hands of the
Midshipmen was 24-0 in 1890,
when the colorful spectacle was
launched.
Raster, a 1e a n 19-year-old
fledging from Toledo, Ohio, pro-
vided the most sensational play
of the balmy afternoon when he
intercepted a Fred Meyers pass in

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Handkerchiefs
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