THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SU16AY, NOVEMBER S. 1953
PAGE STX SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1953
Bolden's Three Touchdowns
Lead Spartans To Triumph'
(Continued from Page 1)
COLUMBUS- (/P)-Leroy Bol-
den, 157-pound halfback, person-
ally knocked Ohio State out of
the Big Ten championship Satur-
day as he led Michigan State to a
Bolden scored three Michigan
State touchdowns, two of them on
runs of 20 and 37 yards during
which he repeatedly shook off the
heavy Ohio State tacklers.
THE VICTORY, achieved before
82,328 fans, in cold and gloomy
weather, gave Michigan State a
Big Ten standing of four victories
against one defeat, and kept alive
their championship hopes.
Ohio State's two touchdowns
were made on explosive marches
powered by Howard (Hopalong)
Cassady and Bobby Watkins.
Michigan State scored first on
a steady march down the field
with Bolden carrying over from
the 3. Ohio State struck back at
the start of the second quarter
with Watkins smashing 16 yards
through the line for the touch-
* * *
A FEW MOMENTS later Bolden
burst away for 37 yards and a
touchdown, dragging three Ohio
State men the last 15 yards.
Cassady made it 14-13 at the
start of the second half with a
pretty 18-yard pass to Tom
Hague, but Bolden led a fourth
period march down the field and
crashed his way for 20 yards
and the touchdown - although
hit by six or seven tacklers.
In the closing moments Tom
Yewcic tossed a 15-yard pass to
Ellis Duckett for the fourth and
THE GAME was marked by bril-
liant offensive play on both sides
and porous defenses. Ohio State
went 74 yards in only six plays
for its first touchdown, and 61
yards in four plays for its second.
.Michigan State's touchdowns were
achieved more methodically but
with brilliant speed in which Bol-
den was supported by Billie Wells
and' Evan Slonac.
The turning point in the game
occurred at the end of the third
period. With 'Michigan State
leading 14-13, Ohio State smash-
ed from its 45, where George
Rosso intercepted one of Wells'
passes, to Michigan State's 20.
There Michigan State held for
The Spartans then took the ball
at the start of the fourth period
and almost inexplicably quarter-
back Tom Yewcic called for a
pass. He threw it into the arms
of Dave Leggett of Ohio State,
who came back to Michigan State's
Michigan State then put on its
greatest defensive stand, and on
the fourth down little Tad Weed
came in to try for a field goal with
the ball being held on the 30-yard
Jerry Planutis blocked the at-
tempted kick and Michigan State
promptly marched from its 30 for
the clinching touchdown, with
Bolden alternating with Bert Za-
gers in carrying the ball.
LOS ANGELES - P) -- The
Southern California Trojans dealt
a shocking blow to Stanford Uni-
versity's Rose Bowl dreams in the
final 14 seconds of their game Sat-
urday, nullifying an almost unbe-
lievable aerial performance by
passing artist Bobby Garrett of
Stanford and giving the Trojans
a 23-20 victory.
Place kicking specialist Sam
Tsagalakis came off the bench
with seconds remaining to boot
a 38-yard field goal and hand
Stanford its first defeat in the
Pacific Coast Conference Rose
The winning field goal, while
leaving Stanford still in a com-
manding position to get the post-
season assignment against a Big
Ten team, sent a crowd of 79,015
sweltering fans away from Me-
morial Coliseum talking in whis-
It wiped out the magnificent
passing record for the afternoon
of the handsome Garrett, who had-
completed 20 passes for 324 yards
and three touchdowns.
another touchdown half way
through the second period. Once
again it was the running of
Caroline and Bates which spark-
ed the attack. Caroline produced
a 32-yard dash to highlight the
The touchdown was actually
registered by Illini end Steve No-
sek, who fell on a loose ball in the
Michigan end zone after Caroline
had fumbled at the five.
Bates scored Illinois' final touch-
down with only two seconds re-
maining in the third period. A 22-
yard pass from Falkenstein to Ry-
an put the ball on the four yard
line to set up the score. Gene
Knutson managed to block Ken
Miller's extra point attempt.
IT WAS AN afternoon dominat-
ed by statistics, and Illinois did
most of the dominating. Alto-
gether Ray Elliot's Big Ten lead-
ers amassed 370 yards, while hold-
ing Michgian to 177. The Illini
put the ball in play on 61 rushing
plays while the Wolverines only
had 29 running attempts.
Michigan had been expected
to take advantage of Illinois'
weakness in pass defense, but
the Wolverine throwers manag-
ed only eight completions in 19
attempts, while Falkenstein had
5 for 11.
DETROIT -UP).- Quarterback
Bobby Layne, booed when lie en-
tered the game, pitched two touch-
down passes last night to lead the
Detroit Lions to a much needed
17-7 victory over the Baltimore
Colts before 46,508 fans.
Layne fired a 9-yard touchdown
pass to halfback Bob Hoernsche-
meyer and another of 8 yards to
end Leon Hart to keep the de-
fending champion Lions in the
Western Division race of the Na-
tional Football League.
DETROIT has a 5-2 record and
is just a half-game behind the
pace-setting Los Angeles Rams,
who meet San Francisco Sunday.
Layne, who had three passes
intercepted last Sunday in a los-
ing game- against the Rams, sat
on the bench as substitute Tom
Dublinski was given the starting
role Saturday night.
But when Baltimore bolted to a
7-0 lead in the first period on
halfback Carl Taseff's one-yard
plunge, Layne, who is accustomed
to being booed in Briggs Stadium,
was rushed into the game.
Baltimore ......7 0 0 0-. 7
Detroit........0 '7 3,* 7--17
Baltimore scoring: Touchdown,
Taseff. Conversion, McPhail.
Detroit scoring: Touchdowns,
Hoernschemeyer, Hart. Con-
versions, Walker 2. Field goal,
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Wolverine left end Bob Topp leaps over Illini defender Rocky
Ryan (No. 83) to pull in pigskin.
First downs.......... 9
Rushing yardage .... 65
Passing yardage .... .112
Passes Attempted ... . 19
Passes completed .... 8
Passes intercepted .... 2
Punting average ..... 42
Fumbles lost........ 0
Yards penalized ..... 20
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CHAMPAIGN - This was one
"but one" that Michigan didn't
A fired up Illinois football team,
performing before an overflow
Homecoming crowd, got a'whiff of
rose petals and walked all over the
Wolverines in the process of post-
ing a 19-3 win.
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