TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1953
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Rams Trounce Lions, 37-24
For Western Division Lead
Gom berg, Lloyd Reach I-MFinals
By WARREN WERTHEIMElR
The Los Angeles Rams exploded
for three touchdowns in the third
period and beat the Detroit Lions,
37-24, to take over first place in
the National Football League's
Playing before 93,751 fans, the
largest crowd ever to see a regular
season pro game, the Rams took
the second half kickoff on the
short end of a 17-9 score and three
plays later had a touchdown. Skeet
Quinlan, who had dashed five
yards, for the winners' first score,
raced 74 yards around right end
to cut the Lions lead to one point.
* * *
MIDWAY in the quarter, the
coast team took the lead for the
first time as Don Paul intercept-
ed a pass and ran it back 15 yards
before lateraling to Woodley Lew-
is who covered the remaining 45
yards to the goal line.
A few minutes later, Jack
Dwyer ran 31 yards with a pil-
fered toss to open up a 13 point
gap for the Rams and they sew-
ed It up in the last quarter when
Norm Van Brocklin threw to Vi-
tamin Smith for 54 yards and a
The Lions jumped off to a 10-0
lead in the opening quarter on the
strength of a 38-yard field goal by
Doak Walker and a 92-yard run
by Jack Christiansen after he
picked off a Ram pass.
* * *
THEY SCORED again in the
second quarter on a three yard
pass from Bobby Layne to Leon
Hart after Jug Girard had re-
turned a kick-off 85 yards.
The Cleveland Browns re-
mained undefeated as they de-
feated the Washington Redskins,
Otto Graham, besides complet-
ing 14 of 22 pass attempts, scored
two of the winners' touchdowns,
both on short plunges.
* * *
The New York Giants scored
on a 74-yard pass play with sev-
en seconds left to play in the
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In the only other contest played.
Sunday, the Philadelphia Eagles
walloped the Pittsburgh Steelers
by a 35-7 count. Bobby Thomason
hit on 22 of 33 pass tries includ-
ing three touchdowns as the Ea-
gles took over second place in the
Eastern Conference. PAUL GROFFSKY
*.. high scorer returns
Promising ,Wolverine Quintet
Drills for Coming Campaign
Huber, Rumsey Attempts
For Crown Unsuccessful
Branoff, Penn's Shanafelt
Michigan wingback Tony Bran- Branoff's other aerial was a
off and Pennsylvania right tackle 24-yard toss to big Gene Knut-
Jack Shanafelt were named play- son.
ers-of-the-week by The Daily Shanafelt, who has played su-
sports' staff yesterday for their perb ball for the Quakers all year,
play in last Saturday's Wolverine- turned in a sterling performance
Quaker encounter. Saturday against a Michigan line
Branoff, consistently effective in that was playing one of its top
Michigan's previous games this games of the season.
fall, raced for 73 yards on the Penn coach George Munger,
ground and passed for an addi- well-known for his production of
tional 90 to spark the Wolverines some great lines, paid special trib-
By BILL STONE
By DAVE LIVINGSTONE
With the opening basketball
game still over a month away
Coach Bill Perigo is getting an
early start on his drive to lift the
Wolverine cagers out of the Big
Ten cellar where they were mired
In his second year at the Michi-
gan helm, Perigo has been drill-
ing a small band of hopefuls now
in their fifth week of practice at
Yost Field House.
* * *
SURROUNDING a corps of six
returning lettermen are seven oth-
er varsity aspirants, including
four promising sophomores, plus
several others who are now out
for football and won't see any ac-
tion on the hardwood for several
Only casualties from last year's
squad are former captain Doug
Lawrence, who graduated in
June, and forward Ralph Kauff-
man, now enrolled at Western
The current edition of Wolver-
ine basketball had one big jump
on its predecessor before practice
ever started-every man on the
squad has a season of the Perigo
fast-break under his belt.
WHEN the sophomore mentor
took over last year he acquired a
team which had known nothing
but the slow, set type of game so
strongly advocated by former
coach Ernie McCoy.
The Wolverines missed per-
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a long shot, but showed occa-
sional flashes of brilliance as on
the night they meshed 99 points
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Headlining the returnies from
last year's cast is center Paul
Groffsky, Michigan's leading point-
getter who was consequently vot-
ed the team's most valuable player.
As a sophomore the 6-4 Grofisky
pumped in 301 counters in 22
contests for a 13.7 average.
* * *
SUCCEEDING Lawrence as Cap-
tain is senior Ray Pavichevich, a
5-11 ball of fire who has seen ac-
tion at both guard and forward in
his two years of varsity play.
A couple of other men on
whom Perigo will rely heav-
ily are guard Don Eaddy and
forward John Codwell, both of
whom finished close behind
Groffsky in the 1952-53 scoring
derby. Eaddy, although only a
junior, has two years of varsity
experience behind him, having
gotten in under the short-lived
freshman eligibility rule of 1951-
Codwell, a senior, improved tre-
mendously last year in his first
full season of varsity ball.
LANKY MILT MEAD, a Wolver-
ine mainstay for two years, anoth-
er forward, Bruce Allen, who saw
limited 'acon last season, and
gridder Bob Topp round out the
list of returning lettermen.
A pair of highly touted guards
up from the freshman ranks, Jim
Barron and Tom Jorgenson,
promise to not only add depth to
the backcourt position but give
someone a fight for the job.
Sophomore Tom Singer and
juniors Jim Dutcher and Junior
Stielstra add more depth to the
guard slots, while sophomore Jay
Vawter and junior Harvey Wil-
liams,bboth of whom stand 6-8,
have been getting a lot of work
at center. .
* * * '
PERIGO has been putting in a
great deal of time with Williams,
who is hampered considerably by
inexperience. The lanky pivot-
man saw action in only one game
last year, after having played bas-
ketball but a single year in high.
Mead has been practicing with
a plastic mask on his face to pro-
tect a nose broken in a touch foot-
ball game the first week of school,
while Allen reinjured a previously
broken nose last week in practice
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Gomberg was forced into staging
a second half comeback in order
to defeat Allen-Rumsey House
12-6 in a first place dorm league
The first half looked as if it
might wind up without a score
when the Rusey men caught fire.
Sparked by the passing of Jack
De Cue, Rumsey marched inside
the Gomberg 20, where they earn-
ed a vital first down. Quarterback
DeCue passed to Bob Hanacheck
for a tally, and the underdogs had
a 6-0 lead at the game's mid-
* * *
WITH approximately five min-
utes to left to play Gomber finally
caught fire. and penetrated the
stout Rumsey resistence.
Two Lou Megyesi aerials
found Bill Land unguarded in
the end zone, and Gomberg
crowded together the two touch-
downs that spelled victory and
Lloyd House of West Quad earn-
ed the other postition in the first
place finals, by shutting out Hu-
* * * *
LLOYD'S blocking was exceed-
ingly sharp, as they registered an
impressive triumph. It was Jack
Watson who engineered a pair, of
successful attacks on the Huber
goal, that cemented Lloyd's con-
In the first half Al Martin
snared a Watson heave that ac-
counted for the game's first
score. Late in the final half Dick
Tasker picked another Watson
toss out of the darkness, and
stumbled into paydirt with the
last Lloyd touchdown.
The win put Anderson in the
fourth place finals.
John Hees passed to Hal Berrit
for a touchdown as Van Tyne
earned a fifth place playoff spot
with a 7-0 win over Kelsy. Scott
House bowed to Hayden 8-0 in a
fourth place semi final clash.
Bob Luecke returned a punt
through the entire Scott team for
Hayden's lone touchdown.
In a third place contest Winchell
House trounced Hinsdale 19-6, and
Greene edged Williams, 18-14, in a
fifth place game.
By DICK BUCK
Michigan has only three games
left on its nine game grid sched-
ule-Illinois, MSC, Ohio State-
but these three clashes could well
prove to be the roughest of the
Illinois, the Wolverines' next op-
ponent, is currently on top of the
Big Ten heap with a 3-0 record in
Conference play. The Illini are
unbeaten in six games but tied
with Nebraska in their season
* * *
THE PACESETTERS remained
on top Saturday by running over
Purdue, 21-0, with sophomores
Mickey Bates and J. C. Caroline
again leading the attack.
Bates careened 35-yards for
Illinois' first touchdown while
Caroline, although not scoring,
picked up 157 yards on the
ground to bring his season's to-
tal to 891 yards, a new record
... "M" player of week
to their 24-14 conquest over the
* * *
IN ADDITION the 180-pound
right halfback pulled in two passes
good for 29 yards.
Although his rushing total,
achieved in 17 tries, gave him a
respectable 4.3 yards-per-try
average for the afternoon, it
was his passing which turned
his usual excellent performance
into a starring one.
His first pass, coming with the;
Maize-and-Blue trailing 14-12 in
the third period, was a 30-yard
heave to left end Bob Topp who
speared the ball out of the air and
raced for a touchdown to put the
Wolverines back ino the lead to:
in slaughtering the hapless West-
Big gun in the State attack
Jimmy Ellis racked up two TDs,
one a brilliant 76-yard punt re-
turn and the other a one-yard
plunge to cap off a 65-yard
The victory gave the Spartans
a 3-1 record in Conference com-
petition, good for a second place
tie weith the reorganized but ex-
AS WITH ILLINOIS, newcom-
ers to the limelight have made a
big difference for Ohio State.
Looking for an offensive threat
after John Borton was declared
out of action, OSU depended upon
sophomore back Howard Cassady
and Bobby Watkins to supply
them with a successful machine.
The two came through again
this week as the Bucks rode
Northwestern into the sod by a
The other two TDs came on
Connie Barber was the big gun quarterback Ely Falkenstein's one- Cassady figured in three touch-
in Strauss House's lineup as he yard sneak, ending a 33-yard drive, downs as he galloped 67 yards for
paced his team to a 20-0 drubbing and substitute Em Lindbeck's two- one marker, three yards for an-
of Cooley in a second place semi- yard plunge. Lindbeck set up his other, and unlimbered his arm on
final contest. Barber passed for own score on a 39-yard aerial to a 27-yard scoring pass to end
all three of the winner's touch- end Steve Nosek. Tommy Hague.
downs, and one extra point, and he * * * The Big Ten's leading scorer,
also marked up the final conver- PURDUE HAD little chance to Watkins, accounted tor the other
sion on an end run. get rolling in the contest as it Ohio State score on a 32-yard
lost the ball six times on fumbles jaunt in the third period.
LEON GREENBLAT was Bar- to halt any serious touchdown Northwestern took an early lead
ber's favorite target as he grabbed marches. In the game with the pass com-
two scoring pitches, and Bart i h aewt h ascm
Fort caught ithther allying The Spartans bounced back bination of Dick Thomas to Joe
Forsyth caught the other tallying
pass Impressively after their 6-0 loss l Collier clicking on a seven yard
to the Boilermakers the prev- play in the first quarter, but OSU
A Phil Oles pass to Doyne I ious weekend. State had no came back with a TD in the sec-
Jackson meant the difference, trouble at all in thrashing Ore- ond period and added two more in
as Wenley blanked Michigan gon State, 34-6. the third to put the game on ice.
House 7-0 in another second
placesemi-final tilt. Oles hit Jim The West Coast contingent
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Callahan in the end zone for
the extra point.
Taylor House dropped Adams
out of the I-M picture with an 8-0
third place playoff victory. The
contest's only touchdown came on
a Bob Kuhne pass to Bob Becker.
Anderson decisioned Reeves
in a tense overtime affair 7-6.
Dick Agnew flipped a pass to
Wally Reeser for the victor's
only touchdown. Dick Christen-
son connected with Don High-
way for the only Reeves marker.
games played earlier this year and
a tight. MSC defense held them
very ably except for a freak play.
on which Oregon State recovered
a fumble in the Spartan end zone.,
ROLLING UP 283 yards on the
ground, MSC added 97 in the air
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