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TUMSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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OSU Stops Illini;
Meets 'M' im Final
Buckeye Defense Foils O'Connell;
Borton Passes for Two Ohio TD's

By DICK LEWS
Erratic Ohio State, last on the
list of Michigan's future foes, pre-
pared for the traditional battle
with the Wolverines next Satur-
day with a surprising 27-7 con-
quest of Illinois.
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan's
charges had previously suffered a
Spartan Hurt
In Grid Drill
By The Associated Press
' ~ Although the Michigan State
eleven participated in only a light
workout yesterday after Satur-
day's 23-3 trouncing of Notre Dame
there were two items of interest
coming from the Spartan camp.
Dick Panin of Detroit at one
time at first string fullback for
Michigan State, broke a leg in
practice.
Panin was hit while running
against a practice outfit of fresh-
men and junior varsity players. He
was taken to the college hospital
in an ambulance.
Three stalwarts of the unde-
feated Spartan eleven accepted in-
.vitations to play in he 1952 Blue-
Gray grid classic at Montgomery,
Ala. Dec. 27. The men are tackle
Gordy Serr, linebacker Ed Tim-
merman and Wayne Benson, 190
pound fullback.
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bitter 22-13 deeat at the hands
of the Illini.
THE BUCKEYES racked up
their fourth triumph in six con-
ference outings behind a potent
attack that ate up 252 yards on
the ground and added 98 more in
the air.
It was an alert Buck defense,
however, that paved the way for
the win. OSU defenders inter-
cepted six passes from the her-
alded right armof Illini quarter-
back Tommy O'Connell and
turned two of these into six-
pointers.
Two other Buckeye scores came
~after linemen had nabbed Illinois
fumbles.
T-formation quarterback John
Borton was the man that engi-
neered the Ohio State victory. He
heaved paydirt aerials of six and
37 yards to end Dean Dugger.
* * *
THE FIRST TD pitch from Bor-
ton to Dugger came after 30 sec-
onds of the second period and pro-
vided the winners with a 7-7 dead-
lock at halftime.
A 20-point outburst after the
intermission wrapped up the ver-
dict for the Columbus eleven, sev-
en-point underdogs in the contest.
Dugger danced over with his
second marker to ignite the ex-
plosion, and Howard (Hopalong)
Cassady went across on a one-
yard plunge soon after.
In the final seconds of the third
session, safetyman Doug Goodsell
intercepted an O'Connell toss and
ran it back 26 yards to the Illini
two-yard line. From there, Fred
Bruney bulled his way over on the
next play.
Tad Weed, Buckeye kicking
specialist, missed a conversion at-
tempt after the second score. He
now has booted 20 out of 22 on the
season.

DICK BALZHISER
. . . leading ground gainer

Hannah

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End of Bowl
For BigTen
WASHINGTON-(P)-Dr. John
A. Hannah, president of Michigan
State College, predicted yesterday
that the Big Ten will not renew
its Rose Bowl contract after the
present agreement expires in 1954.
The Big Ten and Pacific Coast
are committed to a three-year
pact, beginning with the Jan. 1,
1952 game. It ends Jan. 1, 1954.
* * *
THE MICHIGAN State presi-
dent gave his views in a copy-
righted interview with United
States News & World Report,
weekly news magazine.
His remarks about the Big Ten
dropping out of the Rose Bowl
gained significance from the fact
that next year, for the first time,
Michigan State will become a
full-fledged member of the Big
Ten and eligible to vote on bowl
games.
With Hannah on record as op-
posing postseason games, Michi-
gan State's vote next year might
be decisive in Big Ten balloting
on the question of further bowl
competition.
Noting that the Big Ten's pres-
ent three-year contract with the
Rose Bowl expires after the forth-
coming New Year's Day game,
Hannah said it is his "personal
opinion" that the contract will not
be renewed.
IM Scores
VOLLEYBALL
Chicago 3, Lloyd 3
Hinsdale 5, Hayden 1
Strauss 5, Van Tyne 1
Michigan 5, Kelsey 1
Cooley 6, Winchell 0 (forfeit)
Reeves 5, Scott 1
Allen-Rumsey 5, Wenley 1
Gomberg 6, Fletcher 0 (forfeit)
Adams 4, Williams 2
Taylor 4, Greene 2
Newman Club 5, Nakumura 1
HANDBALL
Theta Xi 3, Alpha Phi Alpha 0 (for
felt)
Tau Delta Phi 3,,Acacia 0
Phi Sigma Delta 3, Kappa Sigma 0
Pi Lambda Phi 3, Zeta Beta Tau 0
(forfeit)
Delta Upsilon 3, Phi Gamma Delta
0 (forfeit)

Wolverines
In BigWin
Pass Defense Shines
As 'M' Edges Purdue
Michigan's 1952 football ma-
chine, which had been somewhat
sluggish at various times this aut-
umn, reached high gear in Sat-
urday's blue-chip conquest of the
rugged Boilermakers.
The Wolverines showed great
rallying power when they erased
a ten point Purdue advantage to
sweep to the leadership of the
Western Conference.
* * *
COMPLETELY outclassed in the
early part of the game, the Maize
and Blue showed the stuff of
champions in fashioning the de-
cisive victory. Michigan, which
over the period of the last two
seasons had weakened with the
progress of each game, seemed to
grow stronger as Saturday's con-
test lengthened.
It has always been the mark
of superior teams that they could
spot an opponent an early ad-
vantage, and then roll on to
victory. Michigan of 1947 and
1948 and Notre Dame of those
years possessed that power, as
does the Michigan State team
this season.
The Michigan line was never
better than it was in the last three
periods of the game. On both of-
fense and defense the Maize and
Blue forwards outcharged a Boil-
ermaker line which had previously
been called the best in the con-
ference by the experts.
* * *
MICHIGAN fullback Dick Balz-
hiser dented the Purdue defense
for 78 yards on 13 trips with the
leather, to chalk up the day's top
ground gaining record. Purdue's
entire team netted only 95 yards
rushing against the stout Wolver-
ine defense.
The ohly major injury resulting
from Saturday's action was Jim
Balog's sprained ankle. He was
placed on the doubtful list for the
impending encounter with the
Buckeyes.
Herb Geyer, who filled Balog's
defensive tackle spot, proved to be
the immovable object as far as the
Purdue runners were concerned.
Geyer also recovered Norm Mont-
gomery's key fumble to set up
Michigan's winning touchdown
drive.

Fewer Fans
Fill Stadium
An unofficial tabulation of
home football attendance re-
veals that 396,527 fans, the low-
est number since 1945, watched
the Wolverine gridders in Mich-
igan Stadium this year.
The drop in attendance came
despite the fact that for the
first time in years the Wolver-
ines encountered almost per-
fect weather for their six home
games.
Last year, with the Michigan
eleven going nowhere in the
Western Conference grid race,
445,635 fans poured through
the turnstiles.
AP Grid Poll
Selects MSC
Tops in Land
NEW YORK - W)-- Michigan
State received the first place nod
in a breeze in AP weekly grid poll
as Maryland was beaten by Mis-
sissippi, Georgia Tech won a
squeaker against Alabama and the
experts couldn't make up their
minds about the outcome of Sat-
urday's game between Southern
California and UCLA.
Michigan moved up to twelfth
place in the national standings as
a result of its decisive win over
Purdue Saturday.
* * *
GEORGIA TECH retained sec-
ond place apparently because of
the indecision about the relative
strength of UCLA and USC.
Between them, these two Pa-
cific Coast powers, who will fight
it out for the conference title
and a place in the Rose Bowl
next Saturday, polled nearly
1,900 points. But they were so
evenly divided that UCLA edg-
ed out USC for third place.
Below this top four, the other
"big" teams were pretty well
bunched as a second division. The
principal changes this week were
Maryland's fall from third place
to eighth and Mississippi's corres-
ponding rise from eleventh to
sixth.
Oklahoma, which had experienc-
ed a similar drop after last week's
loss to Notre Dame, bounced right
back into fifth place followed by
Mississippi, Tennessee, Maryland,
Notre Dame and Texas.

PACKERS UPSET GIANTS:
New York Loses Lead
In American Conference

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By DICK BUCK
The Giants didn't have it.
With Charlie Conerly operating
from the T and A formations and
Fred Benners from the Texas
spread, the New York Giants fail-
ed toscore a touchdown Sunday
and fell to the green Bay Packers,
17-3.
The Giants also fell from the
American Conference limelight as
the Cleveland Browns squeaked by
Pittsburgh, 29-28, to take an un-
disputed hold on first place.
* * *
KENTUCKY'S famous "Babe"
Parilli was the big thorn in the
Giants' side. Parilli connected
with Carleton Elliott on three
plays in the secona period to move
the ball from the New York 40 to
their one-foot line, where he took
it over on a quarterback sneak.
After Hal Flaverty recovered
Conerly's fumble on the New
York 22 in the third stanza,
Parilli's running sparked a drive
to the two-yard line. He then
spotted Bob Mann in the end
zone.
Green Bay left no openings de-
fensively with the brilliant play
of pass-defenders Bobby Dillon
and Ace Loomis, holding the
Giants to a 42-yard field goal by
Ray Poole.
* * *
IT WAS A passers holiday in
the Browns-Steelers game but an
insignificant first period safety
by George Young and Lennie Ford
when they tackled Pitt quarter-
back Jim Finks in the end zone
provided the winning margin.
All the Steeler markers came
from Fink's able arm. He hit
Ray Mathews twice, and tossed
single TD passes to Jack Butler
and Ebie Nickel.
Otto Graham was also effec-
tive, hurling to Dante Lavelli for
two touchdowns and quarterback-
sneaking one himself, but needed
the support of Lou Groza's toe.
Groza booted 11 and 34-yard field
goals while breaking his own

league record of thirteen for
season.

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NFL Standings
AMERICAN CONFERENCE
W L T Pct. PF
Cleveland ...... 6 2 0 .750 198
New York....... 5 3 0 .625 159
Philadelphia ... 5 3 0 .625 143
Chicago Cards .. 3 5 0 .375 123
Pittsburgh .......2 6 0 .250 182
Washington .... 2 6 0 .250 152
NATIONAL CONFERENCE
Detroit.......... 6 2 0 .750 187
San Francisco .. 6 2 0 .750 224
Green Bay....... 5 3 0 .625 188
Los Angeles .... 5 3 0 .625 207
Chicago Bears .. 3 5 0 .375 167
Dallas........... 0 8 0 .000 114

THE DETROIT LIONS and San
Francisco 49ers continued their
deadlock in the National Confer-
ence. The Lions pounded the stag-
gering Texans, 43-13, while Frisco
came from behind to edge the
Redskins, 23-17.
Pat Harder racked up a touch-
down, two field goals, and five
extra points for Detroit. Quar-
terback Bobby Layne carried
eight yards for a TD and tossed
55 yards to Cloyce Box for an-
other before giving way to No.
2 quarterback Jim Hardy, who
engineered the final Lion mark-
er.
In other games Los Angeles
downed the Bears, 40-24, and
Philadelphia topped the Cards by
a 10-7 margin.

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