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TUESDAY, OCTODER 7, 1959

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAM TSRE

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1955 ?AGE mm

Wenley

Conquers Adams,

6-0!

PRO FOOTBALL ROUNDUP:
FriscoWins, 37-14, To Gain First Place

Psychological Letdown Hurt
Wolverines in Stanford Tilt
Bad Breaks Also Helped Defeat Michigan;
Stribe Out for Season with Dislocated Hip

Hinsdale Overcomes Cooley;
Michigan Edges Hayden, 7-6'

By IVAN KAYE
The delayed effects of their gal-
lant opening day stand against
Michigan State were painfully ap-
parent in the Wolverines' perfor-
mance against a mediocre Stan-
ford eleven last Saturday.
The Maize and Blue was listless,
lackadaisical and lethargic-a far
cry from their razor-sharp effect-
ivesness against the Spartans.
Stanford, on the other hand, after
subduing Santa Clara and Wash-
ington State, was riding high and
definitely "up" for the big inter-
sectional battle with its ancient
foe.
* * *
DESPITE the extreme differ-
ence in the psychological readi-
ness of the two teams, it took sev-
eral fumbles and pass intercep-
There will be an important
meeting of the 'M' club tonight
at 7:30 in the 'M' room at Yost
{ Field House.
-Laurie LeClaire
tions at key moments to keep
Coach Ben Oosterbaan's Wolver-
ines from running away from the
defending Pacific Coast Confer-
ence champions.
Throughout the game it seem-
ed that whenever the Michigan
squad would get within striking
distance of the Indian goal, the
fates would conspire to turn the

pigskin over to Chuck Taylor's
lads from Palo Alto.
The fact that the Wolverines
were so lacking in offensive punch
can probably be attributed in some
degree to the terrific all-out ef-
fort against Michigan State on
the preceeding weekend.
* * * .
THE USUAL crop of bruises
were the aftermath of the expedi-
tion to the West, with the only ser-
ious injury being the dislocated
hip which has shelved stellar
tackle Ralph Stribe for the re-
mainder of the campaign.
The loss of Stribe is going to
be severely felt as the confer-
ence season progresses. In the
first two games, the varsity has
been putting the "off tackle"
play to exceedingly good use,
with Ted Kress doing the run-
ning and Stribe opening a gap
in the opponent's forward wall.
This play has long been consid-
ered the "bread and butter" play
of the single wing attack, and
Stribe has been superb in his key
role as the blocker.
* * *
IT WAS FIRST thought that
Stribe had incurred a fracture, but
doctors disclosed yesterday that
the injury was a dislocation.
Lowell Perry suffered a recur-'
rance of his old leg injury, but is
expected to be in condition for the
Big Ten innaugural against the
Hoosiers on Saturday.

Four residence hall football
teams rolled to their second
straight victories yesterday as I-M
football entered itts second week.
Wenley House, defending cham-
pions, had to stretch into overtime
to beat Adams, 6-0. Wenley's co-
captains, Jim Robertson and Jim
Finnegan then combined on a 25-
yard pass play for the winning
marker.
S * * *
LARRY SCHLEH sparked Hins-
dale House to a 14-6 win over
Cooley. Schleh pitched aerials to
Joe Yope for both Hinsdale tal-
lies and was on the receiving end

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RALPH STRIBE
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AERIAL ARTISTRY:
Potent Passing Attack Shown
By Seven Remaining 'M' Foes

of Bill Stuart's passes in chalking
up the extra points.
Michigan House snuck by
Hayden, 7-6, for its second tri-
umph under the leadership of
standout Dale Ewart. Ewart, who
passed for one TD and scored
another on an interception last
week, was just as brilliant
against Hayden. He passed to
end Jim Hatton for the touch-
down and added the extra point
on a pass to Mike May........
Hayden's tally came late in the
final stanza when Doug Beck toss-
ed to Harold Kiefer in the end
zone.
BOB KANY'S aerial to John
Wolfe in the second period gave
Allen-Rumsey all it needed in a
8-0 win over Winchell House.
Jack DeCou and Laird Wallace
added insurance points when they
nabbed a Winchellrunner in his
own end zone.
Gomberg bounced back after
a defeat last week to slaughter
Greene, 20-0, in the most lop-
sided game of the day. John
McCann and John McClurg pro-
vided Gomberg's offensive pow-
er.McCann threw to McClurg for
three touchdowns and one of
Gomberg's extra points, the oth-
er extra point being scored by
McClurg on a run.
Kelsey edged Lloyd, 7-6, behind
Ross Tandorsian's throwing arm.
Other scores: Huber 12, Fletch-
er 6; Taylor 7, Williams 0; Ander-
son 7, Reeves 0; Van Tyne 13,
Scott 6.

The San Francisco '49ers, led
by the passing of Y. A. Tittle and
Frankie Albert, moved into first
place in the National Division of
the National Football League Sun-
day by crushing the Dallas Texans,
37-14.
Tittle passed for two touchdowns
and set up the way for one other.
Albert threw for one marker, and
set up a '49er field goal with an-
other.
IN THE running department,
Hugh McElhenny stood out for
the victors as he ran 89 yards to
one score and took a pass for a
second.
For the Texans, Bob Celeri
passed for a touchdown and
Buddy Young scampered 28
yards for the only other Dallas
score.
In other National Conference
play, Babe Parilli, former Ken-
tucky All-American quarterback,
led the Green Bay Packers to a
35-20 win over the Washington
Redskins.
THE KENTUCKY BABE passed
for two touchdowns, pitched out
for a third and set up the fourth
as he earned his professional spurs
with a sparkling performance.
Eddie LeBaron led the Red-
skins offense most of the way,
but Washington was only in the
game in the first quarter, when
a 13 yard pass from Harry Gil-
mer to Julie Pykovich knotted
the score at 7-7.
The Redskins scored again in
the third quarter on a 70-yard pass
from LeBaron to Hugh Taylor and
then finally in the last stanza
when Neil Ferris crashed right
guard for eleven yards.
*. * *

tackle plunge by Fred Cone. Cone
kicked all five extra points.
In the only other professional
football contest scheduled Sun-
day, the Chicago Cardinals swept
from behind to upset their rival
Chicago Bears, 21-10.
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Matson and one by Charlie Trippi.
MATSON, an All-American at
the University of San Francisco
and an Olympic perform er in the
440, brought the Cards to life late
in the first half with a 100 yard
touchdown dash.

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By DICK LEWIS
Two of Michigan's future foot-
ball foes won last weekend, while
four lost and one tied, but they
all had one thing in common-a
potent passing attack.
Aerial artistry at its peak was
displayed by the six Big Ten
schools and one outsider (Cornell)
that remain on the Wolverine
schedule. Here is a rundown of
what the Maize and Blue is likely
to encounter in the next two
months.
* * *
INDIANA: Veteran Hoosier
quarterback Lou D'Achille com-
pleted three out of six tosses for
117 yards to engineer a 20-13 de-
feat of Iowa in the Big Ten open-
er for both schools.
The accurate left - handed
thrower found freshman Les Kun
with a 67-yard toss three sec-
onds before the first half whistle
for the initial Indiana score. He
hit Pete Fisher with a 41-yard
heave to set up the second six-
pointer for the winners, and also
booted two extra points.
Jerry Ellis plunged four yards
and sprinted 13 for Hoosier touch-
downs in the final period.
NORTHWESTERN: Coach Bob
Voigt's charges gained 133 yards
through the air and 277 on the
ground but had to settle for a
20-20 tie with Vanderbilt.
Wildcat Dick Thomas threw
for all 133 yards and one touch-
down, a 33-yard toss to Joe
Collier. Thomas also plunged one
yard for the opening tally of
the game.
Bob-Lauter picked up the other
TD with a 27-yard scamper after
Clarence Johnson had gone for
38 via the overland route.
Badgers Move
Into Top Spot
In APSurvey
NEW YORK-(IP)-Wisconsin's
poised Badgers, the current favor-
ites to capture the Big Ten crown,
took over first place in the As-
sociated Press' Football Poll yes'.
terday as the result of their im-
pressive victory over Illinois and
Michigan State's tight battle with
Oregon State.
The Badgers jumped up from
eighth place by whipping Illinois'
Rose Bowl champs, 20-6, while
Michigan State needed a field goal
in the final two seconds to edge
Oregon State, 17-14. State, the
pre-season pick of the experts to
finish the season as the No. 1
team, fell from their first place
perch to second.

MINNESOTA: The Gophers took
their second straight setback from
a West Coast outfit as California
romped, 49-13, at Minneapolis.
Three minutes after the opening
gun, Gopher halfback Paul Giel
stepped off tackle for 47 yards
and the first Ski-U-Mah counter.
Giel passed 15 yards to Bob Mc-
Namara for the other Minnesota
score.
ILLINOIS: The Rose Bowl
champions could not cope with a
Wisconsin attack that netted 434
yards and a surprising 20-6 win.
The stunned Illini gained only
127 yards on the afternoon, 67
of these coming on seven com-
pletions in 21 throws by quarter-
back Tommy O'Connell.
Rocky Ryan, Illinois end, re-
turned a Badger kickoff 63 yards
late in the contest to account for
the losers' six points.
CORNELL: This hapless Eastern
team took number two on the
chin. Navy provided all the fire-
works in a 31-7 triumph that saw
the Red Raiders lose the ball six
times on fumbles, have two kicks
blocked, and suffer two pass in-
terceptions.
On top of all this, Cornell gain-
ed a net of two (2) yards on the
ground, while the Middies ran for
169. Dick Cliggott took a 50-yard
pass from Jack Jaeckel for the
Ithacans touchdown. Six of 16
Cornell passes netted 146 yards.
* * *.
PURDUE-OSU: Purdue convert-
ed a fumble, a blocked kick and an
intercepted pass into three touch-
downs and a 2 1-14 verdict over
OSU before 75,417 partisan Buck-
eye fans.
Max Schmaling, a 205-pound
Boilermaker fullback, scored from
three and four yards out to reg-
ister the first and last touchdowns
for Coach Stu Holcomb. Soph Tom
Bettis covered a blocked punt in
the end zone for the tally that
came in-between.
Quarterbacks Dale Samuels and
John Borton staged an overhead
duel all afternoon, and Borton
twice carried the ball over himself
to cap Ohio State drives.

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