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Mentor Says
'M' To Drill
Daily Sports Editor
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan did
not think the blocking of his Wol-
verines in Saturday's 26-7 victory
over Tulane was good enough for
upcoming Big Ten games.
Consequently the Michigan
coach has ordered a review of
blocking assignments for this week
of practice. The coach was par-
ticularly disturbed by the third
period let-down suffered by his
team. After leading at halftime,
14-0, Michigan seemed listless in
the third quarter and the Green
Wave scored a touchdown to get
back into the game.
* * *
THE TULANE score was made
on a defensive play, (recovery of
a Ted Kress fumble which had roll-
ed into the Michigan end zone),
but the Southerners had been driv-
ing the Wolverines back toward
their own goal line all through
the period.
Michigan's main trouble in
the period seemed to be hanging
onto the ball. Several fumbles
could have been disastorous if
Tulane had been better able to
take advantage of the Michigan
The Wolverines are now con-
cerned with the opening of their
conference schedule this week-end
against t.he University of Iowa.
The Hawkeyes, coached by former
Michigan quarterback and block-
ing star Forest Evashevski, rolled
over Washington State College last
Saturday by a score of 54-12.
Iowa's defense held the Pacific
Coast team to only 13 yards rush-
ing. At the half Washington State
had a minus 21 yards on the
ground and was trailing 35-0.

B R O O K LY N A l lR H 0 A
Gilliam, 2-b 4 0 o 4 4
Reese, ss 4 0 1 1 4
Robinson, If 4 1 2 3 0
Campanella, c 4 0 1 4 0
Hodges, lb 4 0 0 7 0
Snider, cf 3 1 0 4 1
Furillo, rf 4 1 3 2 0
Cox,3b 4 0 1 0 1
.Erskine, p 1 0 0 0 0
a-Williams 0 0 0 0 0
Milliken, p 0 0 0.. 0 0
b-Morgan 1 0 0 0 0
Labine, p 1 0 0 0 1
Totals 34 3 8 25 11
a-Walked for Erskine in 5th
b-Flied out for Milliken in 7th
x-One out when winning run scored
Woodling, if 4 1 2 1 0
Collins, 1b 3 0 1 5 1
c-Mize 1 0 0 0 0
Bollweg, lb 0 0 0 0 0
Bauer, f 3 2 1 3 0
Berra, c 5 0 2 10 0
Mantle, cf 4 0 1 5 0
Martin, 2b 5 0 2 1 0
McDougald, 3b 4 0 0 0 0
Rizzuto, ss 4 1 2 2 2
Ford, p 3 0 1 0 1
Reynolds, p 1 0 1 0 0
Totals 37 4 13 27 4
e-Grounded out for Collins in 8th
Brooklyn 000 001 002--3
New York 210 000 001-4
E-Gilliam, Erskine, Cox. RBI-Ber-
ra, Martin 2, Woodling Campanella,
Furrillo 2. 2B-Berra, Furillo, Mar-
tin, Robinson. HR-Furillo. SB-Rob-
inson. DP-Cox, Gilliam and Hodges.
Snider, Gilliam and Campanella;
Labine, Gilliam and Hodges. Left-
Brooklyn 6, New York 13. BB-Ford 1
Williams, Reynolds 1 Snider, Erskine
3 Woodling, Mantle, Bauer, Milliken
1 Collins, Labine 1 Batter.
SO-Ford 7 Snider 3, Cox, Erskine,
Campanella, Gilliam, Reynolds 3
Campanella, Cox, Labine, Erskine 1
Collins, Labine 1 McDouigald. HO-
Erskine 6 in 41 Milliken 2 in 2, Ford
6 in 7, Labine 5 in 2 1/3, Reynolds 2
in 2. R-ER-Erskine 3-3, Milliken
0-0, Ford 1-1, Labine 1-1, Reybolds
2-2. Winner-Reynolds. Loser-Labine.
U-Bill Stewart NL plate, Ed Hur-
ley AL first base, Art Gore NL sec-
ond base, Bill Grieve AL third base,
Frank Dascoli NL left field, Hank
Soar AL right field. T-2.55. A-62,370
paid. Receipts net $372,048.44.


Gomberg Wallops

Iowa, Northwestern Display Power

cott House, 25-0
Megysi Tosses for Four Markers;
Michigan, Williams, Ramsey Win

By DICK BUCK victory over the Cadets at Evan-:
The Wolverines looked impres- ston. NU backs Bob Lauter, Gerry
sive in their second victory of the Weber, and Dick Ranicke kept

Gomberg House led by the su-
perb passing of Lou Megysi rolled
over Scott House in I-M Residence
Halls football yesterday 25-0.
Megysi tossed to Jim McClurg
for the first Gomberg tally and
Jack Cuipak was on the receiving
end of Megysi's second touchdown
toss with a Megysi-Bob Woschitz
pass adding the extra point.
* * *
ernoon's work with good passes
to Bill Land and Earl Kaufman.
Four overtime contests feat-
ured yesterday's results.
Michigan House, led by Ray
Tam, defeated Williams House
12-6 in the first of these extra per-
iod games. Tam passed to Phil
McCarthy in a regulation thirty
minute period and then hit him
again in the overtime.
* * *
came on a sweeping end run by
Frank Verbeke in the second half.
Allen-Rumsey house register-
ed an overtime victory over
Greene House by the score of
1-0. Ivan Kushen aided the West
Quad team with an eleven yard
end run in the overtime period.
The IM procedure for games
that end in a tie is as follows: Each
team is given four plays with the
ball and the side gaining the most
yardage in those four plays is
awarded one . point. If a team
scores a touchdown however, it is
scored as six points as usual. This

accounts for a one to nothing
* * *
ANDERSON House won a wierd
6-1 decision over Van Tyne House
in overtime. Dick Christianson
passed to Don Highway for the
TD. Van Tyne's one point came
by virtue of the fact that they
amassed more yardage than An-
derson but Anderson scored a
touchdown for six points.
Wenley House behind Bill
Mueller topped Hayden House
7-0. Mueller tossed to Phil Oles
for the score with a Mueller to
Barry MacKay pass adding the
extra point.
Lloyd House won their game
from Reeves House by the score
of 6-0. Jack Watson completed a
pass to John Murray in the end
zone for the margin of victory.
In another 1-0 overtime contest,
Cooley House came out the wirn-
ner over Kelsey House.
Soccer Loss
Indiana's soccer team whip-
ped the University of Michigan
last Saturday, 4-0.
The Hoosiers scored once in
each of the first two quarters
and added the final pair in the
third stanza. The two clubs will
engage in a rematch this Sat-
urday at 11:00 at Ferry Field.
There will be a meeting for
all men interested in playing
soccer this evening at 8:00. It
will be held in Room 247 of the
Architecture building.

season Saturday but the teams
they will face on the coming Sat-
urdays also chalked up impressive
Of seven remaining Michigan
opponents six squads gained tri-
┬░umphs while Minnesota, the only
loser, was trampled by the Spar-
tans, 21-0.
* * *
STATE'S Leroy Bolden, over-
shadowed last season by the great
Don McAuliffe, finally came into
his own as he ripped off all three,
MSC tallies.
The Gophers mustered an in-
spired series of goal line stands
to keep the first half scoreless
...: on both sides but Bolden gal-
__ loped 69 yards in the third per-
iod and continued in the final
ALLIE REYNOLDS chapter with 11 and 9 yard TD
... wraps up finale runs.
Meanwhile, Minnesota's highly
W riters Pick touted back Paul Giel was con-
tinuously thrown for losses by the
Spartan defense and his hurried
op passes flew wild.
It was MSG's twenty-sixth con-
tosecutive win.
* * *
NEXT OPPONENT on the list
By KEN COPP for the Wolverines, Iowa, showed
Senior end Bob Topp of Michi- plenty of scoring punch as it com-
gan and Tulane nalfback Max Mc- pletely outclassed a Washington
Gee were named Players- of-the- State eleven, 54-12.
Week in a poll of Daily sports Ending the first half with
writers last Saturday. 35-0 edge, the Hawkeyes piled
Topp managed to be a thorn up their highest point total
in the side of the Green Wave of- since 1947's opener when they
fense throughout the game cli- sined1N4t'sopShntey
maxing his work with the block- downed North Dakota State,
ing of a Tulane punt early in the Coach Forest Evashevski, who
fourth quarter. -

Army playing a ground-wary
game while Thomas connected on
fourteen of nineteen aerials, corn-
piling 209 yards and two touch-
downs in this department.
Army held a 7-0 advantage
after the first period but the
Wildcats exploded for three
TDs in the second stanza and
.continued on for their second
non-conference win of the sea-
Pennsylvania, Michigan's home-
coming opponent, eked out a 13-7
triumph over Penn State for itsj
second consecutive win, having
downed Vanderbilt the previous
, * * *
BOTH QUAKER markers were
gathered on passes from Walt
Hynoski to receiver Gary Scott as
Penn took to the air in the blus-
tery-hot weather.

Outside of State's lone touch-
down, a pass from Tony Rados
to Jim Garrity, the Lions were
never inside Penn's 31 yard line.
Two squads which furnish the
Wolverines with traditional bat-
tles, Illinois and Ohio State, had
little trouble in capturing laurels
rom opposing contingents.
* * *
A 33-21 VICTORY over Stan-
ford's Indians was the first of the
year for the Illini. Second-string
quarterback Elry Falkenstein and
sophomore halfback J. C. Caroline
sparked Illinois to the win.
The Illini racked up 19 points
in the final quarter to put the
game on ice. End Rocky Ryan
gathered in two of Falkenstein's
heaves for tallies.
Ohio State back Bob Watkins
battered across the California goal
line four times to account person-
ally for 24 of the 33 points that
OSU recorded in downing the
Bears, 33-19.

North American
Los Angeles
wll interview here

49ers Edge Rams on Field Goal

Sports Night Editor

, *
verines were maintaining only a
seven point tdge over the visitors
from the South. However, the Tu-
lane eleven was now deep in its
own territory and was forced to
Les Kennedy of Tulane step-
ped back and kicked, but short-
ly Topp was in the Greenies
backfield. He managed to block
the kick with his cohort from the
other end of the line, Gene
Knutson, falling on the ball for
a cinching six points.
This act was definitely the turn-
ing point of the game and aided
to restore confidence in the Wol-
verine eleven.
McGee was selected as the Tu-
tlane standout because of his ver-
satility on the football field against
the Wolverines. In his previous two
games against Georgia and the
Citadel he had established himself

'came to Iowa from a Washington
State coaching job just a year
ago, was well versed in methods
to beat the West Coast eleven.
Six sophomores were in his start-
ing lineup but Evashevski cleared
the bench before the end of the
rout. *?
THE ACCURATE arm of North-
western's quarterback Dick Thom-
as fired the Wildcats to a 33-20


A dramatic' 13-yard field goal
with six seconds left to play gave
the San Francisco Forty-Niners a
31-30 victory over the Los Angeles
Rams as the NFL moved into its
second week of action.
Gordon Soltau kicked the win-
ning three pointer which was set
up by a brilliant 71 yard fun by
Hugh McElhenny after he caught
a short pass. The Forty-Niners
overcame a 20-point deficit to gain
their second win and a tie with
Detroit for the lead. Los Angeles
Mimmm S*** V.'..


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was knocked from the ranks of the
* * * -
THE RAMS had led through-
out the contest until six minutes
remained in the game when San
Francisco went ahead for the first
time, 28-27. Three minutes later
Ben Agajanian put Ios Angeles
back in the lead with his third
field goal of the game and set
the stage for the thrilling climax.
Lou 'The Toe' Groza had his
string of consecutive points aft-
er touchdown broken at 121 as
the Cleveland Browns scored
their second win, rolling over
the Chicago Cardinals,, 27-7.
Groza, who hadn't missed an
extra point in four years of
play, had his conversion attempt
after Cleveland's third touch-
down blocked by Chicago guard
Volney Peters.
Otto Graham continued his sen-
sational passing of a week ago for
the Browns as he hit on 15 of 22
attempts including touchdown
tosses of 34, 38 and 55 yards. The
Cards only score was recorded by
Charley Trippi on the end of a
forward and lateral play which
covered 28 yards.
A 16-YARD pass from George
Blanda to Jim Dooley in the last
three minutes gave the Chicago
Bears a 17-13 triumph over the
Green Bay Packers. Blanda also
booted a 40-yard field goal as tha
Bears evened their season's record.
Green Bay, sparked by a 60-
yard return of a punt by Gib
Dawson good for six points, had
a 13-3 lead late in the first half.
However, John Dottley scored for
Chicago just before the half end-
ed and the Packers went on to
suffer their second loss.
In games that were played Sat-
urday night, the Detroit Lions
beat the Baltimore Colts, 27-17,
and the Pittsburgh Steelers hand-
ed the New York Giants their sec-
ond loss by scoring a 24-14 win
THE LIONS came from behind
to gain their triumph sparked by
a spectacular 49-yard touchdown
The Dascola Barbers
Near Michigan Theater

run by Bob Hoernschmeyer and a
74-yard 'paydirt jaunt by Yale
The Steelers came up with 14
points in the last period to pull
their record up to .500. A pass
from Jim Finks to Elbie Nickel
put Pittsburgh ahead and it1
scored again on a last second
recovery and 13-yard run with
a Giant fumble.
In a game played on Friday
night, the Washington Redskins
and the Philadelphia Eagles fought
to a 21-21 standstill.
The Redskins went ahead in
the third quarter on a 61-yard pass
play from Jack Scarbath to Hugh
Taylor. But the Eagles went al-
most the length of the field late
in the final period to tie the game.


as the leader in scoring, rushing,
punt returns, kickoff returns and
pass receiving.
He also proved himself in the
punting field against the Wolver-:
ines as he recorded a 47 yard av-
erage for three punts. The only
other Tulane punt was that of
Kennedy which Topp blocked._

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