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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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National Football Scoreboard

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Two NU Scores Result
'From Michigan Errors
Thomas Leads Northwestern Pass Attack;
Troglio, Chandler Big NU Ground Gainers
(Continued from Page 1) AFTER AN incomplete toss to
Branoff, he hit Kress for threeI
intended target, into the arms of yards and then put one right in
Northwestern defensive halfback Branoff's hands on the 25, the
Jerry Weber. 1 wingback dancing away from the
Weber returned the ball from entire Northwestern secondary and

Illinois 27, Minnesota 7
Michigan 20, Northwestern 12
Michigan State 47, Indiana 18
Wisconsin 28, Purdue 19
Iowa 21, Wyoming 7
Ohio State 12, Penn 6
Notre Dame 23, Pittsburgh 14
Nebraska 20, Miami, (Fla.) 16
Beloit 13, Carroll 7
Cincinnati 20, Xavier 6
Kansas State 28, Colorado 14
Iowa State 13, Missouri 6
Army 14, Duke 13
Navy 65, .Princeton 7
Yale 0, Cornell 0 (tie)
Brown 27, Rutgers 20
Columbia 6, Harvard 0
Penn State 20, Syracuse 14
LSU 14, Georgia 6
Maryland 26, North Carolina 0
VMI 21, Virginia 6
William & Mary 13, Virginia
Tech 7
Georgia Tech 36, Auburn 6
Alabama 0, Tennessee 0 (tie)

Tulane 45, Mississippi 14 !
Texas- A&M 20, Texas Chris-
tian 7
Texas 16, Arkansas 7
Oklahoma 45, Kansas 0
Baylor 47, Vanderbilt 6
Stanford 21, UCLA 20
Southern California 37, Ore-
gon State 0
Washington 14. Oregon 6
Washington State 30, Idaho 13
California 34, San Jose State 14
Tulsa 14, Hardin-Simmons 13
SMU 12, Rice 7
Kentucky 32, Mississippi State
13
West Chester 54, Lock Haven 7
Westmar (Ia.) 27. Penn (Ia.) 0
Emory and Henry 7, Mary-
ville (Tenn.) 0
Bluffton 18, Ohio Northern 12
Oklahoma A&M 14, Houston 7
Mississippi Southern 7, South-
eastern Louisiana 0
Arkansas State 13, Southwest
Louisiana 12

Arkansas A&M 22, Delta State
(Miss.) 20
Martin U-T 19, Northwest
Miss. 7
North Texas State 39, Mid-
western 7
Ienmphis State 14, Tennessee
Tech 7
Northern Michigan 19. Michi-
gan Tech 18
Tennessee A&I 13, West Vir-
ginia State 8
Omaha 32, Kansas State Tchrs
(Emporia) 7
Texas Tech 34, College of Pa-
cific 7
Western Reserve 26, Buffalo 6
St. Lawrence 26, Alfred 7
Louisiana Tech 32, Florida
State 21
Ferris Institute 25, Grand
Rapids JC 6
NIIL SCORES
Detroit 2, Chicago 1
Montreal 5, Boston 2

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the Michigan 48 to the 37 and3
then he and Dick Ranicke collab-
orated to lug the pigskin to the
Wolverine seven. Jim Balog slic-
ed through to drop Nick Chandler
for a one-yard loss, but Weber
made his interception show in the
scoring column when he scored on
three plunges at the Michigan
line.
It wasn't long until another
blunder hurt Coach Ben Ooster-
baan's eleven as Branoff dropped
the ball on his own 32 after hit-
ting left end for seven yards,
That made the fourth fumble
for the usually sure-fingered
wingback in the past twogames,
and this on only the second.play
after Kress had taken the post-
touchdown kickoff on the five
and carried it out to the 24.
Quarterback Dick Thomas was(

into the end zone for the score.
Michigan made it 13-0 after
Knutson, the mammoth end
from Beloit, Wisconsin, stopped
Northwestern's 43-yard sustain-
ed drive by recovering Ranicke's
fumble on the Wolverine eight
yard marker. Thomas had just
led his squad through the air
and on the ground from his own
49 yard line.
Branoff, Kress and Bob Hurley
ran their way to two first downs
before Kress loosed a pass to
Knutson on the Michigan 46 whoI
carried to the Wildcat 36 before
being downed.
BALDACCI then threw incom-
plete to halfback Ed Hickey and
McDonald cooly jogged onto theI
field to take over the helm. He{
hit Knutson on the 20 for a first
down and then set his sights on:

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MICHIGAN BACK TED KRESS FINDS A HOLE IN THE WILDCAT LINE
* * * * ~* *,. ,
chigan Shows Needed Power in Clutch
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'Cats Nipped
MICHIGAN
LE-Topp, Stanford, G. Williams
LT-Strozewski, Walker, Kolesar
LG-Dugger, Williams
C-Morrow, O'Shaughnessy
RG-BeGson, Cachey, Bennett
RT-Balog, Geyer
RE-Knutson, Veselenak
QB-Baldacci, McDonald, Kenaga
LH-Kress, Hickey
RH-Branoff, Cline
FB-Balzhiser, Hurley, Baer
NORTHWESTERN
LE-Colliev, Niopokoj, R. Peterson,
Morman
LT-Searey, Sacks, Roche
LG-Nosal, Riba, Higley
C-Damore, Haffner, Callaway
RG-Anderson, Hren
RT-Young, Krueger
RE-Damyan, Biever
QB-Thomas, Reardon, Rondot
LH-Israels, Chandler, King
RH-Ranicke, Troglio
FB-Weber, Glassman
SCORE BY PERIODS

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By IVAN N. KAYE
Daily Sports Editor
After watching Michigan in four
games this, season we are begin-
ning to subscribe to the idea that
the Wolverines may be one of those
teams which always plays just a
little above its opposition.
Michigan State and Notre Dame
_are examples of this kind of ball
ctub. Last week the Spartans were
trailing underdog Texas Christian
until the fourth quarter. 'Then
they turned on the power and took
the game with the greatest of ease.
Notre Dame did the same thing to
a good Pittsburgh team yesterday.
* * *
MICHIGAN, which appeared at
times almost lethargic, seemed to
have the power when it was need-
ed. After the Wildcats had surged
to within a point of equalizing the
score, quarterback Duncan Mc-
Donald and his mates uncorked
the old screen-pass to produce the
touchdown which put the game
out of Northwestern's reach.
We saw Michigan do the same
thing against Tulane after the
Southern team had pulled to
within a touchdown of tying the
score. Then it was a blocked
kick and an intercepted pass
which paved the way for the
clinching scores.
We saw the Wolverines come to
life last Saturday, just when it
looked as though an aroused band
of Iowa Hawkeyes was about to
Army Defeats
Duke, 14-13
NEW YORK-(IP)-Army stop-
ped mighty Duke an inch from the
goal line with a minute and 20 sec-
onds to play Saturday to preserve
a 14-13 victory for one of the sea-
son's most staggering surprises.
For 58-plus minutes the aroused
Black Knights of the Hudson,
building back from a cribbing
scandal which wrecked its power-
ful squad three years ago, had
outplayed and outscored the na-
tion's seventh ranking eleven.
* * *
JIMMY (RED) Smith, a fleet
Duke halfback, took the ball deep
in his own territory and, on a
double reverse, broke through the
entire Army team and scampered
like a scared deer for the Cadet
end zone.
He had gone 73 yards before
he was brought down from behind
on a tremendous effort by Bob
Mischak, Army end. The two fell
on the Army seven.
With time running out, the ball
was handed to Worth Lutz on
fourth down. Lutz drove through
the middle with all he had, but
Army's line held.

spoil the varsity's conference open-
er.
* * *
THE QUESTION of whether
Michigan will play above competi-'
tion of the caliber of Illinois,
Michigan State and Ohio State is
still unsettled. In fact, even Coach
Bennie Oosterbaan is not sure if
his team has been tested. "We've
won our first four games, but I'm
not sure if we have really been
tested yet," he told reporters after
yesterday's game. "We don't know
how good the teams we have play-
ed are, and we won't really know
until much later in the season," he
added.
The Michigan coach praised
his sensational quarterback Dun-
can McDonald. "He has a great
deal of poise on the field, and
he seems to inspire confidence
on the part of the rest of the
team," Oosterbaan remarked.
When asked if McDonald could
be used as a full-time two-way
player, the Michigan coach nod-
ded, but did not go into de-
tails.
The use of the lean junior from
Flint at key moments, particularly
near the ends of the periods of
yesterday's game seemed to give
the Michigan offense a renewed
spark. Northwestern could not af-
ford to drop its defenses too far
back to protect against McDon-
ald's passing, because Michigan
still possesses a fine corps of run-
ning backs.
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WITH TONY Branoff, Dick
Balzhiser and Ted Kress lined up
behind him in the "T" formation,
McDonald has an able group of
ball carriers upon which to call
to tighten the defense.
Many observers credit McDon-
ald's passing witlt keeping the
defense loose, and thereby help-
ing his runners. However, every
bit as much credit should be
given to the ball carriers for
being of such high caliber as
not to permit any defense to
deepen to stop the passer.
Yesterday, Northwestern was
caught between McDonald's ex-
pert passing and the ever-present
ground threat of the other three
Michigan backs.
* * *
BOB VOIGTS, who has been
such a fine coach in his seven
years on the Evanston campus,
felt that Michigan was superior
for STYLED HAIRCUTS
and a
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to the Minnesota team which
drubbed his Wildcats, 30-13 last
week. "Michigan has much great-
er team speed than Minnesota," he
said.
Voigts was visably let-down by
the outcome of the game. North-
western was "up" for the con-
test, and the coach bemoaned
the fumble and pass intercep-
tion which ended two of his
team's prominent marches short
of the Michigan goal.
"We left our great little half-
back Bob McKei°Ver back in Evan-
ston," he observed, "he has been
bothered a good deal by bad ank-
les." The other Wildcat star, soph-
omore halfback Jim Troglio did seef
action, however, and McKeiver's
return is expected for the Pitts-
burgh game next weekend.
Northwestern, obviously inform-
ed by scouts who saw Michigan
have so much difficulty in hand-
ling Iowa's "Split T" plays, used
several of those tricky maneuvers,
but the Wolverine linemen seem
to have mastered the knack of
stopping plays from that forma-
tion and the results were not near-
ly as disheartening as those in the
Iowa game.

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nit for no gain and then had his the end zone.
pass to end Weber broken up by Two passes slipped off the
Balzhiser. Just when it looked fingertips of ends Bob Topp and
like the Wildcats would stall the John Veselenak, but a rough-
chunky little Chandler hit right ing penalty on the latter play
guard, cut to the left and sped for gave Michigan a first down on
a 16 yard gain to the Michigan 15. the six. A scant eight seconds
remained on the scoreboard
AFTER A PENALTY for illegal clock, and McDonald lobbed
procedure, Thomas passed to another to Topp, who again had
Chandler for 11 yards, to Ranicke it dribble off his fingers and go:
for one yard and on a seemingly incomplete.
evident Northwestern offside-the Finally, on the next play Mc-
five foot six inch Chandler found Donald hit Veselenak square in
a hole at left guard and sprinted the midsection and he squeezed it
into the end zone from nine yards for six points.j
out. Baldacci, the sophomore whiz-
Michigan's first score came in bang who had so amazed observ-
the waning minutes of the ini- ers with his cool, heads-up play
tial stanza. Northwestern picked in the first three games had a
off Branoff's punt on its own 39 singularly poor day. Through the
and Thomas, Weber and Ran- air, he hit on only one out of.
icke brought the ball to Michi- four passes, that for a minus eight,
gan's 24 before Wolverine Ron yards and had one toss intercept-
Geyer recovered Weber's fum- ed. On the ground Baldacci nettedI
ble on the 28. a minus five yards in three cracks.!
Kress got a first down on a McDonald's final totals on hisE
fifteen yard run and took off again aerial display was six passes com-
for four yards. Branoff then drop- pleted in 11 attempts for a net
ped the ball but Morrow recov- gain of 128 yards. Thomas, the
ered on the 46. It was then that Northwestern passing star netted
McDonald loosed his passing wiz- 133 yards with 13 completions in
ardry and hit Kress on the Wild- 25 attempts-but he had one in-
cat 47 for a first down. tercepted.

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Northwestern scoring: Weber, Chan-
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Michigan scoring: Branoff, Vesele-
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STAT1ISTICS

First Downs
Rushing Yardage
Passing Yardage
Passes Attempted
Passes Completed
Passes Intercepted by
Punts
Punting Average
Fumbles Lost
Yards Penalized

Michigan
16
201
144
19
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18
170
139
27
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