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AG SIX

TfhE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1953

Illinois . . . 27 Mich. State . 47 Ohio State. . 12 Wisconsin . . 28 Iowa . . . . 21 Alabama . . . 0 Notre Dame . 23
Minnesota . . 7 Indiana . . . 18 Penn . . . . 6 Purdue . . . 19 Wyoming . . 7 Tennessee . . 0 Pitt . . . . . 14

Stanford . 21
1UCLA. . . .20

Notre Dame
Powers Past
Pitt, 23-14
ND Trails 14-7

State Rips:
Wisconsin

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OSU Soccer
Ow oes Team Beats
Illini Wallop Gohers 27-7;Michigan,3-1
The Ohio State soccer team
downed a determined Michigan
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SOUTH BEND, Ind.-(')-No- By The Associated Press
tre Dame, sagging in the first half EAST LANSING - Michigan
ball-stealing act and a "sucker State used its own platoon system.
shift," shook off the effects Sat- -platoons of fresh backs working
urday with a 16-point burst in the in relays-to power to its 28th con-
14-7 after being victims of a Pitt secutive football victory by a 47-18
last half to trim the pent-up Pan- margin Saturday in a high-scoring
thers 23-14. Big Ten game with Indiana.
The nation's No. 1 team, look- The win kept Michigan State,
ing like sandlotters.at the start of rated No. 2 nationally behind Notre
the game, set 58,000 frenzied fans Dame in the Associated Press poll,
to cheering by scoring a safety and still in the lead in the confer-
converting a fumble into a touch- ence championship race.
down for a 16-14 lead in the third * * *
period. A HOMECOMING overflow
* * * throng of 51,698 fans saw Indiana,
THEN, after a 74-yard thrust a 19-point pre-game underdog, go
failed at the outset of the fourth, ahead briefly 6-0 in the first
the Fighting Irish cinched their period.
third triumph of the season on a But MSC Coach Biggie Munn
37-yard surge in four plays that ran in his so-called "second
was capped by quarterback Ralph string" backfield to relieve the
Guglielmi's 9 - yard touchdown starters and the fresh troops
jaunt. Guglielmi also tallied No- scored two touchdowns and set
tre Dame's third quarter touch- up a third in nine minutes of
down on a 1-foot sneak. the second quarter.
Pittsburgh appeared headed By the third quarter Munn let
for duplication of an upset it in his third-string backfield to
pulled in beating the Irish 22-19 romp, and the avalanche'of man-
a year ago by taking a 7-0 first power was too much for game but
period edge and holding on for a weary Indiana.
14-7 margin at the half. Indiana scored in the first three
Bob Epps barrelled eight yards periods but Michigan State's pla-
for the first Pitt touchdown, end- toons of backs gave the Spartans
ing a 66-yard drive in nine plays. a 19-12 lead at the half and a 33-.
In the second, Henry Ford stole 18 edge after three quarters.
the ball from pass catcher Paul g * s
Matz' arms and raced 47 yards to WISCONSIN 28, PURDUE 19
the Irish 9. Pitt's "sucker shift" Wisconsin's Badgers ran up a
pinned a 5-yard off side penalty three - touchdown margin and
against Notre Dame and Dick Mc- wound up playing for time Satur-
Cabe sped the final 4 on a pitch out day in a 28-19 victory over Purdue,
from Ford. their co-champion of the Big Ten;
last year.
O s Sophomore Jim Miller scored
two of the touchdowns that gave
Wisconsin its fat advantage be-
2 7fore Purdue-winless in four games
this season-went to work.
JJ HIS SECOND, a 50-yard gallop
Y] onin the third quarter, left Purdue
tacklerssprawled all over the field
after his spin through right tackle
IOWA CITY, Iowa-(P-Brand- Froncie Gutman, another soph-
ed 7-0 by a first quarter Wyoming omore quarterback, tallied two of
touchdown, Iowa broke away from Purdue's touchdowns on short
the Cowboys' lasso to crunch out plunges.
a 21-7 football victory Saturday The game, witnessed by 36,500
over the previously undefeated sweltering fans, opened the West-
westerners. ern Conference campaign for both1
Chunky Joe Mastrogidvanni, the schools. -
5-6, 190-pound Brooklyn, N. Y., OHIO STATE 12, PENN 6
Cowboy who went into the con- Fumbling Ohio State finally hit
test as the nation's leader in total its stride in the last period to nip
offense, guided Wyoming to its underdog Penn, 12-6, Saturday
only touchdown in a drive from with Bob Watkins smashing home
the 50-yard line. Joe handled the to climax a 93-yard drive.
scoring personally with a smash For three periods the Ivy League
from the 2-yard line and the kick Quakers, supposedlyhbeing led to
for the extra point, slaughter on their suicide sched-
ule, outplayed the visitors from the
A BIT BATTERED and worn at Big 10. Five times Penn threat-
the finish but still in there punch- ened deep in Ohio territory, only
ing, Mastrogiovanni finished the to have its own mistakes and a
game with a total of 135 yards, 40 desperate Ohio defense close the
by rushing and 95 on 8 pass com- door.
pletions in 19 attempts. His 5- -_
game total is 872 yards.
Except for a brief unsuccess-
ful flurry at game's end, it was A ir1t
all Iowa as George (Dusty) Rice,
the sophomore hero of 1951,
capped three long marches with SPI RTS
short touchdown spurts. DICK BUCK
Iowa picked up 14 points in the Night Editor
second quarter to ease the upset
fears of the Iowans in the crowd
of 29,000.
The Hawks, using only one pass, G o g a Tech B
rumbled 65 yards for the first score or g
in 13 plays and shortly thereafter
toured 66-yards in the same num- Hardeman Rom
ber of plays. The final touchdown
in the third period was an 89-
yard affair done in 19 plays. ATLANTA--()-Georgia Tech's,
hot-and-cold Engineers, sparked
by Leon Hardeman's running,
Navy Rom ps... singed Auburn 36-6 Saturday. f
PRINCETON, N. J.-(IP)-A tall, A crowd of 40,000 saw the vic-
young opportunist from Brooklyn, tory push Tech's unbeaten string
John Isaac Hopkins, crashed into to 31 games, the longest among1
stardom Saturday as he led a well- major college teams.
drilled Navy football team to a * * *

crushing 65-7 victory over pre- H
viously unbeaten Princeton. HARDEMAN got Tech out in
The score was the biggest ever front with a 15-yard touchdown
run up by an opposing team run when the game was less than
against Princeton, which played six minutes old. He struck again
the first intercollegiate game in
1869. The previous high was 51-14A
by Yale in 1931.A TT E
Hopkins caught two touchdown
basses, intercepted one Princeton
oss, recovered a fumble, threw a N
couple of key blocks and gener-
ally made himself a nuisance to to get more pay fro"
the Tigers, who lost for the sec-
nd time in their last 35 games. There are exciting opportu

teats Purdue,
THEN THE Ohio State club, still
smarting from last week's upset
by Illinois, began to roll with Wat-
kins churning yardage and Dave
Leggett hitting his mark with
passes.
It was a startling comeback
for Penn, which had been hu-
miliated, 40-0, by California last
week. Only two weeks ago Ohio
State bombed California, 33-19.
Bob Felver scooted home from
the 4 for the Penn touchdown
early in the first period after Leg-
gett's fumble had been recovered
by Quaker John Lavin.
Howard (Hopalong) Cassady put
Ohio State back in the ball game
with one dazzling thrust, a 61-yard
run after taking a pitchout from
Leggett at 10:19 of the second
period. As both teams missed their
conversion attempt they fought it
out in a 6-6 tie until Ohio finally
hit its stride with less than six
minutes to go.

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. - (A") -Illi-
nois' pair of rambling rockets, J. C.
Caroline and Mickey Bates, ig-
nited to erase a 7-0 deficit and
pace the unbeaten Illini to a 27-7
Big Ten football victory over Min-
nesota's rugged Gophers Satur-
day.
The sensational sophomore
duo proved their splendid per-
formances against Ohio State last
week was no flash in the pan.
They cracked the Gophers wide
open in the third period.
BATES BEGAN a second half
Illini outburst which produced 21
points by battering 16 yards for a
touchdown. Then, in the fourth
period he fought across for his
second score with a 26-yard pass
from quarterback Elry Falken-
stein.
The other Illinois touchdown
came on a 21-yard dart by full-
back Stan Wallace as the Goph-
er defenders were caught con-

centrating on Caroline and
Bates.
Paul Giel was a heroic, but in-
sufficient performer for the Goph-
ers whose only touchdown came
the second time they had poses-
sion on a 1-foot smash by quarter-
back Gino Cappelletti.
* * *
BATES' two touchdowns gave
him eight for the season, thus far
marked with previous victories over
Ohio State and Stanford, and a
tie with Nebraska.
The Illini season record is 13
touchdowns, scored by Red
Grange and Buddy Young.
Caroline, who really set the Il-
lini in motion-as Bates did last
week against Ohio State-has four
touchdowns for the season.
In every Illinois scoring drive, it
was Caroline, unleashing his ter-
rific getaway speed and phantom
change of pace, that unbalanced
Minnesota's defense.
It took 30 minutes before the
up-the-middle power of the 205-
pound Bates asserted itself.

a new rivalry between the two
schools.
The Buckeyes needed two goals
in the second half to overcome a
one-one tie resulting from a sec-
ond quarter goal by Michigan's
Allan Cassels. Ohio State had
opened the scoring in the first
quarter when Bill Keethler put
the ball into the nets.
* *
THE OTHER Buckeye goals were
scored by Gene Yang and Bill
Shively.
The Michigan squad undoubted-
ly missed the services of their two
top .players, Kuo-Chiew-Quau and
Stan Thorley, who were both laid
up with injuries.
The next soccer engagement will
be next Saturday at Eastlawn
Stadium with Ohio Wesleyan furn-
ishing the opposition. The game
will start at 11 a.m.
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UNTOUCHED-Northwestern end John Biever t80), gathers in
a Dick Thomas aerial and gallops for a substantial gain, pursued
by Michigan tackle Art Walker (77).

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Stanford Edges UCLA 21-20 in Stunning Upset

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By The Associated Pressa '
PALO ALTO--Big Bob Garrett,1
Stanford bullet-throwing quarter-
back, passed and kicked Stanford
to a 21-20 victory over the UCLA
Bruins Saturday in the most spec-
tacular football upset on the West
Coast this season.
The 6 foot 1 inch T-formation
skipper tossed three touchdown
passes and kicked every conver-
sion.
* * *
GARRETT outshone UCLA's
fleet tail back, Paul Cameron, whoM
directed the Bruins to their three
touchdowns before 45,000 specta-
tors.
In the end, it was the accurate
point kicking of left-footed Gar-
rett that told the tale.
The Bruins, ranked 4th in this
week's Associated Press national
poll and hitherto undefeated, were

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where 'Bama's Corky Tharp fum- about the outcome after the first mann
bled after a 40-yard run. That quarter as Oklahoma made three throug
drive had started on the Alabama touchdowns in the opening stanza, LSU
nine. . scoring each time it got the ball. Zeke
Immediately after this disas- Grigg broke away for runs of 35 covere
ter to Alabama, guard Charlie and 66 yards during that period as scoring
Eckerly came within inches of Kansas' line was demoralized by nect v
registering a safety for Alabama. the crushing Sooner power.
A bad snap from the center to Oklahoma added one touch-
Tennessee's Bob Brengle, back down in the third quarter and AF
to punt, was run out to the one substitutes added three more in punts
before Eckerly slammed him the fourth to round out the tained

consistently made
gh the Georgia line.

gains

kept bulldog quarterback
Bratkowski's receivers well
d and only on Georgia's lone
g drive was he able to con-
with regularity.
rER A DOUBLE exchange of
LSU put on a 66-yard sus-
drive from its own 34 with
hand plunging over from the
Cliff Stringfield kicked the
and in 12 minutes of the
eriod the Tigers led 7-0.

back into the end zone.
Eckerly and other 'Bama play-
ers protested that he had been
tackled back of the goal line but
the officials ruled otherwise.
Alert Tennessee backs, with
Jimmy Wadeain thecvan, stopped
Alabama's passers cold. Sopho-a
more Bart Starr, a fine airman in,
previous games, could complete
only three tosses for a net of just
8 yards.

slaughter.
* * R
LSU 14, GEORGIA 6

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Louisiana State, using mostly c
straight power plays, rang up a Shortly after the kickoff the
14-6 victory over injury-riddled Bulldogs marched back and
Georgia Saturday. Bratkowski sneaked across for
Fullbacks Jerry Marchand and the touchdown. Sam Mrvos
Tommy Davis, and halfbacks missed the extra point attempt.
Charley Oakley and Lou Ieutsch- LSU got its second touchdown
in the fourth quarter with
BIG TEN STANDINGS Deutschmann and Davis moving'
W L T Pct. the ball on the ground from the
Michigan State .3 0 0 1.000 Georgia 43. Davis went through!
Michigan......2 0 0 1.000 the middle for the score and
Illinois ........2 0 0 1.000 Stringfield again converted.
Wisconsin .. 1 0 0 1.000 - ----

strong favorites. * * *
* * * OKLAHOMA 45, KANSAS 0
THE BRUINS, pre-season choice' Larry Grigg, Oklahoma's elusive
to go to the Rose Bowl, failed in senior halfback, scored one touch-
a last minute attempt to come down and pitched two more as he
from behind. The last gasp drive sparked Oklahoma's crushing of-
failed when the fighting Stanford fensive to a 45-0 victory over Kan-
Indians throttled Cameron's pass- sas in the Sooners' opening de-
ing attack :and got the ball on fense of their Big Seven Confer-'
downs on the Indian 46. ence football title.
Stanford froze the ball for the
last few seconds. A SHIRTSLEEVED Dad's Day
Stanford scored in the first, crowd of 42,500 had no doubt
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Ohio State .....1 1 0 .500
Minnesota .....1 2 0 .333
Indiana ........0 2 0 .000
Northwestern ..0 2 0 .000
Iowa..........0 2 0 :000
Purdue.........0 1 0 .000

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thirdt a nd, nn.i quar ers. uuLA ,
counted touchdowns in the first
three periods.
ALABAMA 0, TENNESSEE 0
Underdog Tennessee combined
a perfect pass defense aid alert
ball hawking Saturday to gain a
0-0 tie with Alabama in a slam
bang Southeastern Conference
game.
Many millions of television fans
and 40,000 in Legion Field saw
'Bama roll up 287 yards on run-
ning plays only to fumble awayj
its major chances.
ONE OF THESE came in the
third period on the Tennessee five,
teats Auburn;
1ps in 36-6 Win
on a beautiful 39-yard scoring
gallop in the third quarter.
Burton Grant kicked a 13-yard
field goal, freshman Wade Mit-
chell passed 23 yards to end Bill
Sennett for another score, Bill
Brigman threw to end Sam Hens-
ley for 26 yards and another and
George Humphreys plunged two
yards for the final Tech counter.
Quarterback Joe Davis went 13
yards for Auburn's only touch-
down at the end of a 50-yard drive
midway in the fourth.

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