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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

21-Game Basketball Slate Cancelled at Ie

'n tucky

o - - -

Suspension of Cage Activity
Result of NCAA Infractions

Michigan, Strauss Enter Football Finals
By Winning over Allen-Rumsey, Wenley

LE2,INGTON, Ky. -(IP) -Ken-
tucky, found guilty of violating
the National Collegiate Athletic
' Association code on two counts,
said yesterday it wol1id cancel its
21-game basketball schedule this
season.
The NCAA council announced
at Kansas City it had recommend-
ed the school be placed on proba-
tion this school year for viola-
tion of subsidization and eligibil-
ity rules dating back to 1947.
*p * *
THE SCHOOL said it would ac-
Giants Win
Over Cards;
13rowns Fall
By DICK BUCK
A switch from the T-formation
to an A-formation brought the
'Y New York Giants a 28-6 victory
over the Chicago Cardinals Sun-
day.
Coupled with Detroit's 17-6
dousing of the Cleveland Browns,
the victory threw the Giants into
a tie with the Browns for the
American Conference lead.
* « *
NEW YORK played from the T
for the first ten minutes of the
game and went nowhere. The
switch to the A produced immed-
iate results with Kyle Rote skirt-
ing end. for 5 yards, and Eddie
Price going 75 yards for a touch-
down on the next play.
Price tallied another from the
* three after Emnlen Tunnell re-
turned a punt 49 yards. The
Giants marched 76 yards for
their third TD on passes by
CharlieConnerly and plunges by
Rote and Francis Gifford. The
drive was capped by a button
hook play from Connerly to
Ralph Stribling covering 48
yards.
Quarterback Bobby Layne and
end Leon Hart were the chief con-
sporators in the Lions' win over
Cleveland.
LAYNE HIT Cloyce Box, Jug
Girard, and Hart on passes in a
susptained 80-yard drive before
finding Hart in the end zone with
a 7-yard pitch., The second period
tally erased the Browns' 3-0 edge
y provided by the nimble toe of Lou
Groza.
Christiansen's interception and
Bob Hoernschemeyer's 40-yard
ramble set the stage for Layne's
11-yard toss to Hart in the last
stanza. e
The Lions sandwiched a field
goal in between the two TDs when
Pat Harder bounced the ball off
and over the crossbar for three
points.
THE 20-17 UPSET of the San
Francisco 49ers at the hands of
the Bears brought Detroit closer
to first place in the National Con-
ference.
Chicago place-kicking artist
George Blanda stepped back and
cooly booted a 48-yard field goal
late in the fourth period to break
a 17-17 tie and give the Bears a
victory over the 49ers.
NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE
STANDINGS
AMERICAN CONFERENCE
W L T Pct. PF PA
New York ....... 4 2 0 .667 133 66
Clevelan .......4 2 0 .667 141 83

cept the decision without appeal.
It added, however, it felt the pun-
ishment was harsh.
"It is the opinion of our
athletics board that the penalty
inflicted upon theNUniversity of
Kentucky is unduly severe and
far more harsh than any pen-
alty that has ever been inflicted
upon a member for violation of
the NCAA rules in the past,"
university President H. L. Dono-
van wrote to President H. C.
Willett of the NCAA.
The probationary action was the
third major blow to Kentucky
cage fortunes in the last year.
FIRST, some of its former play-
ers were involved in the collegiate
basketball fix scandal.
Next, the Southeastern Con-
ference, of which Kentucky was
a charter member, suspended
the university from basketball
competition this season'because
of the scandal.
The university said the NCAA
council said U. K. athletes receiv-
ec pay for participation in ath-
letics in violation of a constitu-
tional principle.
* * *
AT KANSAS CITY, sources said
'he council's recommendation
would not be effective until ap-
proved by the NCAA convention
in January.
Rupp's Kentuckians had won
four national titles in recent years.
The NCAA also announced it had
cited Bradley University and Mid-
western University of Wichita
Falls, Tex., for violations.

-Daily-Don Campbell
A PIGGY-BACK-seems to occupy Wolverine Lowell Perry at this stage of the Michigan-Illinois foot-
ball game last Saturday. Laurie LeClaire has just cracked the whip which spurs on Illinois pass-catcher
Rex Smith.

* s *

* * *

* * *

By BURT ZACK
Michigan and Strauss Houses
were victorious in the Residence
Halls I-M football semifinals yes-
terday and will meet in the cham-
pionship battle next Tuesday
night.
Michigan House had an easy
time in disposing of Allen-Rumsey,
24-7. Strauss House had a harder
time in downing the defending
champs, Wenley, 7-0.
* * *
MICHIGAN crossed the goal
line three times in the first half
MSC St"ays AI
Number One
n Grid Poll
NEW YORK-(P)-In the clos-
est overall balloting of the season,
Michigan State held its No. 1
position in the Associated Press
football poll today although the
most first place votes went to
Maryland.
Maryland also clung to its No. 2
spot but there was a new tenant
in third place as Georgia Tech
moved ahead of Oklahoma on the
strength of its impressive 28-7 vic-
tory over Duke last Saturday.
* * *
ALL FOUR of the top leaders
shared generously in the first place
votes cast by 136 sports writers
and broadcasters around the coun-
try.
Michigan State received 33,
five less than last week and two
less than the number given run-
nerup Maryland. Georgia Tech
and Oklahoma got 27 first place
votes apiece, and nobody else
was close.
THE TOP TEN
1. MSC (33) ....................1024
2. Maryland (35).. ...........1095
3. Georgia Tech (27)...........1047
4. Oklahoma (27) ............... 913
5. UCLA (11)......................909
6. Southern Cal (3) ............. 659
7. Kansas......................322
8. Tennessee................... 199
9. Purdue......................191
10. Notre Dame................. 177

and scored once in the last half
as Dale Ewart had his hand in
every TD. He ran for the first and
third and tossed for the other two.
On the receiving end of both
touchdown passes was Jim Hatten.
Michigan's first TD came with
the help of a pass interference
on the goal line. Ewart then ran
around end for the score. His
other counter came on a 15-yard
end run.
Allen-Rumsey was never in the
game and its only score came on
a pass from Bob Kany to Jack
DeCou. Bob Kany picked up the
extra point on an end run.
THE STRAUSS-Wenley strug-
gle was an evenly matched con-
test. The teams battled through a
scoreless first half, each one get-
ting down to the opposition's ten
yard line.
Strauss almost scored twice
before putting the pigskin over
for the winning marker. The de-
ciding TD was a disputed one
in which the players argued that
the passer, Bill Weber, was tag-
ged before getting the ball off.
The referee ruled that he was
not tagged and the touchdown
stood. Weber's winning toss was
gathered in by Phil Jacobus.
* * *
STRAUSS had one TD called

back in the first half when the
referee ruled that the passer was
over the line of scrimmage when
the ball was passed.
Taylor and Hinsdale houses
won their games and will play-
off for the second place cham-
pionship.
Taylor House defeated Winchell,
13-7, as Hinsdale squeezed by Chi-
cago House 6-0.
* * S
BILL ROEDER passed for all of
Taylor's points. Tom Stapelton and
Keith Olson gathered in ten yard
heaves for touchdowns while Dich
Eicher took one for an extra point.
Jim Rienstia tossed to Chuck
Siotti for Winchell's only points.
Winchell threatened to tie the
score in the final moments as it
reached the goal line, but Tay-
lor put up a stone wall in front
of them.
Hinsdale won on the alertness
of its end Glen Coury who literally
picked the ball out of the Chicago
passer's hand. Coury grabbed ,the
ball and galloped the rest of the
way for the winning tally.
In other games played Gomberg
defeated Kelsey, 34-6; Cooley
downed Huber, 20-18; Anderson
squeezed by Hayden, 6-0; Van
Tyne set back Adams, 6-0; Wil-
liams dropped Reeves, 8-0; and
Scott got past Fletcher, 7-0.

TITLE HOPES FLICKER:
IlliniAgainCloud 'M' Dreams of Roses

By IVAN KAYE .
The Illini were up, the Wolver-
ines weren't.
That is a nutshell is the story
of Saturday afternoon's frustra-
tion in the Michigan Stadium.

Three Future Wolverine Foes
imprssie i Vitris Dfa

By DICK LEWIS
Three gamhes remain on the Wol-
verine gridiron schedule - the
breather, the showdown and the
traditional rivalry.
The breather took a belated
gasp for air last Saturday, while
the showdown put up a fine per-
formance against the nation's
number one team, and the tradi-
tional rival returned to winning
ways.
CORNELL: Dr. Lefty James un-
covered the hypodermic in the
guise of a passer and an inspira-
tional leader, and the dormant
Ithacan monster responded with
its first triumph in six starts, a
last quarter 21-14 virdict over
Columbia.
Trailing 14-0 going into the
final 15 minutes, Cornell quar-
terback Herb Bool unleashed a
lethal aerial attack that found
end Dick Cliggott on touchdown
throws of 12 and six yards. Be-
tween these scores, Bool him-
self rammed over for the Big
Red's second tally.
Captain Bill Whelan, making his
first start of the season for the
James aggregation, gave the lift
to the previously impotent Cor-
nell attack which netted only three
touchdowns in its first five out-
ings.
* * *
PURDUE: Powerful' Michigan
State and its "Men of Marble" held
the vaunted Boilermakers to a
single touchdown to eke out a
14-7 victory at Lafayette.
Losing no prestige, and back-
ing into the Big Ten lead at the
same time, Purdue pushed across
its only score on a one-foot
plunge by Earl Heninger mid-
way through the third period.
Dale Samuels' 34-yard heave to
end Bernie Flowers set up the six-
pointer, and the veteran Purdue
signal-caller combined with Roy
Evans to find the range on 17 of
31 throws for 193 yards. The Spar-

tan line held the Boilermakers to
a net of 31 yards rushing.
* * *
OHIO STATE: A 17-yard field
goal by 128-pound kicking expert
Tad Weed presented the Buckeyes
with a last-ditch, 24-21 squeaker
over Northwestern.
Weed's three-pointer capped a
17-point final period rally by Ohio
State that saw John Borton pass
42 yards to Fred Bruney for the
tying marker, following a one-yard
TD scamper by the same Bruney.

LONG A thorn in Michigan's
football side, the warriors of the
Orange and Blue rose to their
greatest heights to thwart Coach
Ben Oosterbaan's lads in their bid
for a fourth straight Big Ten
triumph.
The Illini, starved for a con-
ference victory after three con-
secutive reverses, all but ran
the Wolverines out of the sta-
dium in the first half to build
up an insurmountable 22-0 ad-
vantage.
Michigan, recovering its compo-
sure in the locker room, stormed
back with two touchdowns in a
furious but futile third quarter
rally that died in the shadow of
the Illinois goal posts when Bob
Lenzini and Don Ernst halted Ted
Topor's desperate bid for a first
down on the eight yard line.
* * *
THUS FOR the third straight
season the Illini spoiled an unbeat-
en conference record for the Wol-
verines by dealing them their first
league setback.

If ever there was an ideal oc-
casion for an upset it was Sat-
urday's thirty-eighth clash be-
tween the Illini and the Wol-
verines.
Illinois, a team possessed of ex-
cellent personnel, had suffered
through a miserable season han-
dicapped by injuries and a general
lack of team spirit. The downfall
of the defending champions hit
rock bottom when Purdue blasted
them before a homecoming crowd
by a 40-12 score.
WITH THE press, influential
alumni and students leveling a
withering fire on the team and the
coaches, something had to give.
It was reminiscent of the 1949
Minnesota - Michigan game in
which the Wolverine silenced an
army of critics with a stunning
14-7 upset of the mighty Gophers.

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