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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THRER

Wenley, Michigan, Still Unbeaten in IMIA

)Otball

Robertson Sparks Wenley
To 19-0 Win over Fletcher
Rumsey, Chicago Score Shutout Triumphs
As Star Backs Kany, Hanslowski Shine

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PRO GRID ROUNDUP:
49ers, Giants Win To Stay Undefeated

R

Wenley House, the defending
/champions in the Residance Hal
I-M grid loop, rolled to its third
straight win blanking Fletcher
19-0 yesterday afternoon.
Jim Robertson ran and passed
Wenley to its victory, skirting
right end for one score and toss-
ing touchdown passes to Jim Fin-
negan and Morgan Davis as the
champions coasted home over
their undermanned opponents.
Gene Johnson scored the lone ex-
tra point on a short run in the
first half.
ALSO PRESERVING unblem-
ished records yesterday were
Allen-Rumsey, Michigan and Chi-
cago. Rumsey and Michigan have
taken three games apiece and Chi-
cago has won twon.
The Rumseyites did all of their
scoring in the first half in beat-
Ing Lloyd, 12-0. On the second
play of the game, back Bob Kany
lofted a long pass that Tom
Propson gathered in for the
Wolverines
Show Lethal
Pass Attack
The varsity uncorked a lethal
aerial punch Saturday to floor In-
diana's Hoosiers with a weapon
heretofore thought to be the weak-
est in the Michigan arsenal.
Critics who have bemoaned the
lack of an adequate passer should
be well silenced by the week end
goings-on in the Stadium.
* . *
TED KRESS completed 11 out
of 14 tosses for 180 yards and two
touchdowns, a performance which
was a good deal more than ade-
quate.
All-America candidate Low-
ell Perry collected both of
Kress' scoring heaves in addi.
tion to six others for 95 yards,
his best effort of the young sea-
son.
On the ground, freshman wing-
back Tony Branoff paced the run-
ners with 77 yards on 15 carries.
* * *
IT SEEMS that the only weak
spot in Branoff's all-round play
is his slowness at getting started
on running plays. Once under
way, the Flint lad is extremely
difficult to halt, as was evidenced
in Saturday's game.
Fullback Bob Hurley, starting
his first game for Michigan,
found the going a little rough
and gained only 29 yards. Hur-
ley however is certain to im-
prove if hustle and drive are
any indication.
A decided improvement in pass
defense during the second half was
perhaps the most encouraging note
of the entire game. The line spear-
headed by Jim Balog, Ron Wil-
iams, Art Walker and Gene Knut-
son was instrumental in the hur-
rying of Lou D'Achille's passes.
* * *
IT HAS long been held by foot-
ball experts that the best pass de-
fense is to rush the passer. The
Michigan line heeded that axiom,
and the results were gratifying.
The postgame check of injur-
iesrevealed Jim Bates' twisted
knee plus the usual crop of
bumps and bruises. Russ Res-
corla was knocked unconscious
late in the second quarter and
did not play for the rest of the
game. Duncan McDonald took
over his extra point kicking
chore and booted three out of
three, while Dave Tinkham filled
in on the kickoffs.
Officials banished two Indiana
players, tackle John Connors and

halfback John Bartkiewicz, for
unnecessary roughness.
PRIZE WINNING
t
use the Net'
MICROTOMIC
-the Absolutely Uniform

score, and minutes later Kany
l connected again, this time pick-
ing out Jack De Cou with a
r touchdown toss.
Michigan House had a rough
I time in extending its spotless rec-
qrd, as its intra-quad rivalry with
- Williams House moved out onto the
gridiron. Michigan had to go into
overtime before it could eke out a
r 1-0 win.
* * *
TRAHNG in overtime with
only one down left to them, the
Michiganders finally pulled out
the game with a long yardage-eat-
ing Pass from Ray Tam to Mike
e May.
Jules Hanslowski led Chicago
House to an impressive 19-0
win over Adams. Hanslowski
scored one touchdown on a run
and passed for another while
Tom Bugland swept around
right end for the other Chicago
score.
Trailing 7-6 at the half, Taylor
came from behind to stop Gom-
berg 20-14 in a hard-fought con-
test. Bill Roeder led the Taylorites
comeback by passing to Bob Elch-
er for a touchdown and Tom
Stapleton for an extra point, and
then. tallying another six points
himself with a jaunt around end.
IN OTHER games played yester-
day, Kelsey tripped Reeves 13-7,
Anderson slipped by Winchell 7-0,
Strauss defeated Van Tyne 13-2,
Cooley over-powered Scott 14-0
and Hayden blanked Greene, 12-0.
In the professional fraternity di-
vision, Phi Chi crushed the Ma-
roons by a 28-6 count and Nu Sig
1 Nu had an easy time of it in beat-
ing Psi Omega 26-0.
Soccer Team
Defeats Ypsi
In First Test
Two quick goals early in the
first half provided the winning
margin Saturday morning as the
newly formed Wolverine Soccer
Team defeated an intra-mural
squad from Michigan State Nor-
mal College, 4-2.
It was the first time an Ann Ar-
bor soccer team defeated Ypsi-
lanti in three years of competi-
tion.
* * .
KWO-CHIEW QUAN paced the
victors with two tallies while
teammates Robin Weevahon and
Jack Reines added one apiece.
The two teams will play a re-
turn match at Ypsilanti Saturday
iorning.
Ken Ross, captain of the new
group, called on organizational
and blackboard meeting for 8
o'clock tonight in Rm. 247 Ar-
chitecture. In issuing a call for
all interested undergraduates to
attend the meeting Ross stated
that he has several other games
tentatively scheduled.
"Soccer is catching on fast in
the Midwest," he said, "and this is
a good chance for interested men
to break in with a fin egroup of
young athletes. We are especially
interested in seeing Freshmen
come out for the team."
Sign up for Senior Pic-
tures, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday through Friday.
Deadline is Fri., Oct. 17.

The New York Giants and San
Francisco 49ers maintained their
league leads in the American and
National Conferences with impres-
sive wins Sunday in National Foot-
ball League play.
The Giants came from behind
twice to take a hard-fought game
from the Cleveland Browns, 17-9.
The Browns, rated the top team
in the American loop, started off
the scoring early in the contest
with a 30 yard field goal by Lou
Groza.
* * *
NEW YORK gained command
of the situation by a beautiful 70-
yard pass play from Chuck Con-
erly to Bob Wilkinson early in the
second period, to go ahead 7-3.
Within the first ten minutes
of the third period, Groza kick-
ed two field goals, 52 and 21
yards, to put the Browns back
on top, 9-7.
The Giants jumped back into
a 10-9 lead on a 25-yard field goal
by Ray Poole. Then in the final
stanza, Tom Landry intercepted
a Cleveland pass on the Brown
30 and scored the final touch-
down.
SAN FRANCISCO moved ahead
by routing the Detroit Lions, 28-0.
The undefeated West Coasters
scored twice in the second quarter,
on plunges by Bill Wilson and
Hugh McElhenny.
The other scores came on a
quarterback sneak in the third

interception of a Detroit pass
by Don Burke, who raced 35
yards into the end zone.
In other contests played around
the League, the Philadelphia Eag-
les scored 13 points in the last
nine minutes of play to overpower
the victoryless Pittsburgh Steelers,
26-21. Bob Walston led the Eagles
by kicking four field goals, in-
cluding the one that put them
into the lead, 23-21.
* * *
THE LOS ANGELES Rams came
to life in the fourth period to tally
three touchdowns and one field
goal and edge the Green Bay
Packers, 30-28.
The Packers went into the final
stanza with a comfortable 28-6
lead, but watched it slip out of
their grasp.
Charlie Trippi's passing led the
Chicago Cardinals to a 17-6 win
over the Washington Redskins.
The Cardinals took command early

in the first half on a one-yard
plunge by Trippi after he com-
pleted six out of seven passes,
and were never in trouble.
In the only other game played,
the Chicago Bears took the meas-
ure of the Dallas Texans, by vir-
tue of a 38-20 win. Quarterback
Bob Williams was the whole show,
completing thirteen of fifteen
passes, including three touchdown
tosses.

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Philadelphia
Washington
Pittsburgh
NATIONAL
San Francisco
Chicago Bears
Detroit
Green Bay
Los Angeles

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LOWELL PERRY-Speedy Michigan left end gathers in a Ted Kress pass for a five yard gain in
Saturday's game with Indiana.

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'M' Future Foes Display
Potent Offensive Punch

By DICK LEWIS
Michigan's five remaining Big
Ten opponents poured across 165
points Saturday in an offensive
barrage that averaged 33 points
per contest, while the one out-
sider on the Wolverine schedule
(Cornell) was held to a single
touchdown.
Each of the Maize and Blue's
future conference foes scored at
least three six-pointers in win-
ning four out of five tussles. On
the other side of the ledger, the
losers in these contests averaged
two scoring plays apiece.
NORTHWESTERN-MINNESO-
TA: Gopher tailback Paul Giel
tossed a six-yard pass to quarter-
back Don Swanson to tie the
game with 17 seconds remaining,
and Geno Cappelletti's accurate
place-kick pinned a 27-26 defeat
on the Wildcats.
Minnesota drove 42 yards in
the final two minutes to gain
its initial victory of the season
behind an attack that ate up 228
yards on the ground and 111 in
the air.
Fullback Chuck Hren notched
three touchdowns for the losers,
and Clarence Johnson went across
for the other Wildcat score.
Ski-u-Mah's opening TD came
on a 27-yard pass from Swanson
to Bob McNamara, and Mel
Holme plunged over from the
one to make it 14-6 at halftime.
Swanson added the third tally
for the winners on a fourth
period sneak from one foot out.
Infractions hurt Coach Bob
Voigts' eleven, which was penaliz-
ed 104 yards to 11 for the Go-
phers.
* * *
ILLINOIS: Quarterback Tommy
O'Connell and end John Ryan
teamed up for a sensational aerial
demonstration to give the Illini
an easy 48-14 triumph over an in-
vading Washington squad.
O'Connell connected with 14
of 17 throws for 262 yards and
five touchdowns. Ryan was on
the receiving end of three of the
payoff heaves, one of which cov-
ered 78 yards.
Six of the seven Illinois scores
came by the overhead route, the
only one on the ground being a
nine-yard plunge by sophomore
Austin Duke.

Duke also got into an overhead
show, heaving a 51-yard scoring
toss to halfback Pete Bachouros.
The total Illini passing game hit
on 20 of 28 for 393 yards, and
racked up ten first downs.
* * *
CORNELL: The punchless Red
Raiders absorbed their third con-
secutive loss, a 26-6 setback at
the hands of Syracuse.
Dick Eligott hit paydirt with
Cornell's lone marker, gathering
in a 35-yard pass from Tony D'-
Agostino late in the first half.
PURDUE: Dark-horse Purdue
chalked up its second successive
Big Ten win to take over the con-
ference lead with a powerful 41-14
lacing of Iowa.
Quarterback Dale Dale Sam-
uels and fullback Max Schmal-
ing were the spearheads of a
Purdue offense that overcame
145 yards in penaltiese.
Samuels found the range for
the 19th and 20th touchdown pass-
es of his three-year career, com-
pleting 10 of 16 for 143 yards.
Schmaling picked up 88 yards
in 20 carries, crossing the goal
line on two short plunges.
The high-powered Boilermaker
offense, which netted 409 yards,
scored its sixth marker on a
three-yard quarterback sneak by
Samuels. Fullback Bob Leonard
intercepted a stray Hawkeye pass
and ran 70 yards with 10 seconds
remaining to cap the scoring.
* * *
OHIO STATE: Unpredictable'
OSU sprung the biggest upset of
the young conference season with
a stunning 23-14 success over
highly-regarded Wisconsin.
The once-beaten Buckeyes
halted five Badger drives with-
in the 20-yard line and iced the
game with a ten-point splurge
in the last 15 minutes.
Howard (Hopalong) Cassady,
155 - pound freshman halfback,
romped 113 yards in nine carries.
He hung on to two passes for 51
yards and one of thepBucks three
touchdowns, and ran back several
kicks for long yardage.

Alumni Club
To Run Trip
To Evanston
The University of Michigan
Alumni Club of Detroit announced
that it will run a special train to
Evanston, Illinois for the game
there with Northwestern this com-
ing Saturday.
Bob Morgan, the Alumni Clubs
representative, emphasized that
the train will not be in competi-
tion with the Wolverine Club's
bus trip, but that it is intended
for the convenience of those who
wish to make the trip by train.
THE TRAIN will leave the Mich-
igan Central station in Detroit
7:00 a.m. Eastern Standard Time
Saturday and arrive in Ann Arbor
around 7:30. It is expected that
it will reach Chicago at 11:45 a.m.
Central Standard Time.
Two different price tickets are
available, $23.50 and $33.50. Both
prices include round-trip train.
fare and a ticket for the game.
If someone desiring to take the
special train to Chicago already
has a ticket, it will be deducted
from the total cost.
The $33.50 trip is by Pullman
and includes a night stop-over at
the Hotel Sherman in Chicago.
The train to Ann Arbor will leave
2:25 p.m. CST Sunday and arrive
in Detroit at 8:40 EST.
The $23 tour returns the eve-
ning of the game, leaving Chicago
at 7:20 CST. Both trains will be
equipped with diners, and all wish-
ing to make reservations should
call Lippman's in Detroit at Wood-
ward 2-7000.
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