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Y, NOVEMBER 25, 1952

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

Wisconsin Eleven To See Roses Bloom

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Big TenChampionship First
In Forty Years for Badgers

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Southern California won its
Rose Bowl assignment Saturday
by defeating UCLA 14-12. The
z Trojans 'will be making their
first appearance in game since
absorbing a 40-0 licking by Mich-
igan in 1948.;
One of Wisconsin's defeats this
year was by the Uclans, 20-7.
Southern California's only inter-
sectional traffic with the Big Ten
this fall resulted in a 31-0 rout
of Northwestern., The Badgers
barely defeated Northwestern 24-
20 two weeks ago.
* * *
"WE ARE thrilled with the se-
lection," said 41-year-old Ivy Wil-
liamson, Wisconsin coach since
1949. "Rose Bowl talk on our
squad has been taboo. But now
* * *
Rose Bowl Tickets
MADISON, Wis. - (P) - The
University of Wisconsin isn't
ready yet to accept Rose Bowl
ticket reservations, although it has
been invited and accepted an in-
vitation to send its football team
to the West Coast classic.
Ticket director William Aspin-
wall said Monday shortly after
word of the Big Ten invitation
reached here:
"An announcement will be
made as to when orders will be
accepted. It takes time to get
things in order, so please take it
easy on the post office and my
office."
Machinery for filling orders will
be set up in about a week, Aspin-
wall added.
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USC Happy
LOS ANGELES-- (M)-South-
ern California officials, from
Caoch Jess Hill ion down, ex-
pressed satisfaction with the se-
lection Monday of Wisconsin as
the Trojans' Rose Bowl opponent.
"I am very happy with the
choice of Wisconsin because from
all I've heard they are certainly
the strongest team in the Big
Ten," said Hill.,
Mel Hein, SC scout who saw
the Badgers in their 21-21 tie
with Minnesota Saturday, said
he thought Wisconsin was by
far the best team in the Big
Ten. He saw Purdue play Mich-
igan the week before.
"Wisconsin has a very solid
I- team, a fine all-around ground
game and a steady defensive club,"
Hein commented.

we can at last start pointing for
a game, something we could not
do all season during the tough Big
Ten schedule.
"In Southern California, we'll
be playing the best West coast
team since the bowl pact was
started. It is a good and thor-
ough single wing outfit with a
brilliant defense. We'll be the
underdog and rightfully so."
Williamson said that the only
team Wisconsin played all season
that employs a strict single wing
was UCLA.
"WE DON'T plan anything new
to use against USC," said Wil-
liamson "Basically we'll use our
same formations on attack, the
straight and winged T. Several
adjustments, however, will be
made on defense. USC scouting
reports and films of our games
will show them the same stuff
we'll use in the Rose Bowl."
The Badgers, armed with scout-
ing reports taken during the USC-
UCLA contest, will compile more
when the Trojans, now unbeaten
in nine games, meet Notre Dame
at South Bend, Ind., Saturday to
finish their regular campaign.
Cage Preview
Coach Dave Strack's fresh-
men cagers will scrimmage the
Wolverine varsity at 8:00 to-
night at Yost Field House. This
will be the last major workout
for the hoopsters before the
season's opener with Marquette
next Monday.
Admission is free to everyone.

Post-Season
Bowl Teams
All Selectedi
NEW YORK -(OP) - The.line-
up for the big post-season foot-
ball games was completed yester-
day with Wisconsin named to face
Southern California in the Rose
Bowl Jan. 1 and Syracuse Uni-
versity picked as a foe for Ala-
bamain Miami's Orange Bowl.
Some four hours separated the
final two selections in a day that
saw Navy turn down an offer to
play in the Orange Bowl. The Na-
val Academy's players and off i-
cials apparently were eager but
the Navy Department said "No."
SO WITH Coach Ben Schwartz-
walder and other Syracuse au-
thorities sitting by their tele-
phones, gnawing fingernails, the
important long-distance phone
call finally came from Miami
shortly before 4 p.m. CST,
Syracuse, one of the best
teams in the East, has won sev-
en games of a representative
schedule,
Here is the ma.or bowl picture,
with the Southeastern Conference
providing half of the teams:
ROSE BOWL - Southern Cali-
fornia 9-0 vs. Wisconsin 6-2-1.
SUGAR BOWL - Georgia Tech
10-0 vs. Mississippi 7-0-2.
COTTON BOWL-Texas 7-2 vs.
Tennessee 7-1-1.
ORANGE BOWL-Alabama 8-2
vs. Syracuse 7-2.

A two-yard snap pass from
George Blanda of the Chicago
Bears to end Ed Sprinkle with
nine seconds left in the game gave
the Bears a 24-23 victory over the
Detroit Lions Sunday.
The loss left the Lions sharing
first place in the National Foot-
ball Conference with the San
Francisco 49ers, who were tram-
pled by the Rams, 35-9, the Green
Bay Packers, who registered their
fourth straight win against the
Dallas Texans, 42-14, and the Los
Angeles Rams.
* * *
UNTIL A WEEK ago Blanda
had only been a place-kicker on
the Bears' squad but in his new
role at the helm of the team, he
had a part in every point scored
against the Lions.
Blanda tossed two TD passes
to Billy, Stone besides the one
to Sprinkle, kicked a first period
field goal, and made good on
the three conversions.
With Detroit trailing 17-16 and
two minutes to go, Jack Christian-
sen returned one of Fred Morri-
son's punts 79 yards for a touch-
down.
** *
OPERATING from his own 32-
yard line Blanda flipped aerials to
Stone and Morrison to carry the
Bears to the Lions' one. After los-
ing a yard on a quarterback sneak,
he loosed the winning pass.
The 49ers proved no match

NFL Leads

LIONS IN SCRAMBLE:

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Shared by Seven Teams
for the rampaging Rams who streak, enabling the Packers to
recorded their fifth straight win. snatch their slice of first place.
Babe Parilli and Tobin Rote each
Halfback Woodley Lewis tallied threw two scoring aerials in the
first for the Rams in the second 42-14 rout.
period on an 83-yard punt re-
turn. Norm Van Brocklin hit El- A THREE-WAY tie resulted in
roy Hirsch in the end zone for eA mEA tierenedwhn
another marker and Jack Dwyer the American Conference when
ran Hugh McElhenny's fumble the Philadelphia Eagles surprised
back 52 yards for a third. Cleveland, 28-20, and the Giants
beat the last place Redskins by
a 14-10 margin.

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VITAMIN SMITH finished the
TD parade with two last period
touchdowns; one came on a six-
yard run and the other on a 20-
yard Statue of Liberty play.
Y. A. Tittle then heaved a
last minute pass to GordonSol-
tau to.- give Frisco a consolation
six-pointer.
The Dallas Texans successfully'
kept alive their nine game losing

Pro Standings
NATIONAL CONFERENCE
W L T Pct. TP
San Francisco 6 3 0 .667 233
DETROIT 6 3 0 .667 210
Green Bay 6 3 0 .667 230
Los Angeles 6 3 0 .667 242
Chicago Bears 4 5 0 .444 191
Dallas 0 9 0 .000 128
AMERICAN CONFERENCE
W L T Pct. TP
Cleveland 6 3 0 .667 218
New York 6 3 0 .667 173
Philadelphia 6 3 0 .667 171
Chicago Cards 3 6 0 .333 137
Pittsburgh 3 6 0 .333 199
Washington 2 7 0 .222 162

Former Lion quarterback Fred
Enke and rookie halfback Ralph
Goldston came into the Eagle
line-up in the second half and
with the Browns ahead 20-14,
combined their talents for two
touchdowns to give Philadelphia
an upset victory.
Enke's aerials sparked two fourth
quarter drives in which Golston
carried over for the markers.
The New York Giants also
caught fire in the fourth period
to record their win over Washing-
ton.
For three stanzas a Redskin
touchdown and field goal gave
Washington a 10-0 edge but with
SMU's Fred Benners throwing,
New York drove for two touch-
downs. Kyle Rote, another ex-
Southern Methodist star, and Ed-
die Price notched the tallies on
runs.

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