SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1955
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SOUTH BEND, IND. - (AP).-
Iowa's hard-hitting young Hawk-
eyes, rocked Notre Dame's national
prestige yesterday, holding the
country's premier football team to
a 14-14 tie and missing what would
have been the season's greatest
upset by a matter of seconds.
Nonetheless, Notre Dame, rated
by far America's top outfit, suf-
fered the first nick in a season
that through seven previous games
had been all-victorious.
* * *
THE HAWKEYES, 14-point un-
derdogs, forced the proud Irish to
come from behind twice. Bruising
touchdown drives produced a 7-0
Iowa lead in the first quarter and
a 14-7 edge with about two min-
utes left in the game.
The Irish overcame the first
deficit mostly because of the
quick thinking of their big
tackle, Frank Varrichione.
The huge Notre Dame lineman
screamed and staggered as the
final seconds of thesecond period
ticked away and an umpire called
r an "injured player" timeout with
just one second remaining in the
t * * *
NOTRE DAME, at this point,
was on the Iowa 12, Ralph Gugiel-
mil's passes having accounted for
.53 yards in a drive that started on
the Irish 42.
With time for only one play,
and with Varrichione duly re-
placed, Guglielmi spotted end
Dan Shannon untended at the
Hawk goa' line and threw to
him for a touchdown. Don
Schaefer knicked the point that
gave the Irish a 7-7 deadlock.
Then, after Iowa went ahead 14-
7 7 on Bob Stearnes' four-yard pass
to Frank Gilliam with two min-
utes left in the game, Guglielmi
capped a return Notre Dame
march-this one good for 58
yards-with a nine-yard touch-
down pitch to Shannon. Six se-
conds were left in the game when
,Guglielmi made the connection.
* * * ,
AGAIN SCHAEFER converted,
tying the score. And the game
ended 14-14 as Iowa had time only
to return the following kickoff to
Thus the Hawkeyes ended their
1953 season with a powerful
surge, the tie following as it did
two successive shutout victories
--over Purdue, 26-0, and Minne-
EVANSTON, Ill. - (A') - Il-
linois used J. C. Caroline as a
devastating decoy in smashing to
a 39-14 closing Big Ten victory
over Northwestern yesterday which
earned a title share and Rose
Bowl consideration with Michi-
A 21-point third quarter made
the game an Illini waltz in which
Caroline,' the nation's leading
rusher, did not score until his
four-yard smash for a 32-7 lead
late in the third period.
* * *
HOWEVER, when Caroline, sen-
sational sophomore from Colum-
bia, C.C., left the game with 8:24
remaining, he had rolled up 98
yards on 14 carries and left the
Wildcat defenses in bewilderment.
This was a "must" triumph
for Illinois because Michigan
State had finished last week
with a 5-1 league record, match-
ed today by the Illini.
Bouncing back from its only loss
of the entire season-a 34-7 lick-
ing by Wisconsin last Saturday-
Illinois had four different players
scoring, end John Ryan and full-
back Ken Miller getting two
* * *
TAKING no chances, even after
three touchdowns in the third pe-
riod provided them a 39-7 lead,
the Illini kept in its regulars until
deep into the final quarter. '
Northwestern started stoutly
and it took a Northwestern punt
blocked by Don Ernst and re-
covered in the end zone by Ryan
to score the first Illinois touch-
covered in the end zone by Ryan
down in the first quarter.
Still watching the scampering
Caroline like a hawk, Northwest-
ern was tricked into yielding two
more touchdowns in the second
quarter. One came as Miller<
threaded eight yards over center.
The other was produced on quar-
terback Elry Falkenstein's 46-
yard pass to Ryan..
LOS ANGELES - (P) - UCLA
hammered out a 13-0 victory over
the University of Southern Cali-
fornia yesterday and to all in-
tents captured the Rose Bowl bid
for the Pacific Coast Conference.
The triumph, coupled with the
21-21 tie between Stanford and
California, ostensibly sent the
Bruins rolling into the New
Year's day game at Pasadena
against a Big Ten representative.
* *. *
THE SCORE here gave UCLA
a 6-1 conference record, against
Stanford's record of five victories,
one defeat and one tie.
UCLA, performing before 85,-
366 fans, plus a national televi-
sion audience of millions, wrap-
ped up the game with a touch-
down in the second quarter
and clinched it with another in
the fourth quarter.
The Trojans contributed an un-
told amount of expensive blunders
in the form of fumbles and pass
* * *
THE RESULT gave the UCLA
coach, Red Sanders, a 2-1 edge
over Trojan Coach Jess Hill for
their brief rivalry in Los Angeles.
With the game in the Bruin
laps, attention of the roaring
crowd turned to radio and loud
speaker reports from the game
at Palo Alto.
There was wild hysteria among
the Bruin thousands when Cali-
fornia tied the score and then
when that game ended.
Official vote of the conference
must be taken, but it appeared
certain that UCLA would get the
bowl assignment, its third in his-
UCLA was defeated by Georgia,
9-0, in its first Rope Bowl appear-
ance in 1943, and by Illinois, 45-
14, in 1947.
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PALO ALTO, Calif. -- (IP) -..
California's Golden Bears bat-
tled the favored Stanford Indi-
ans to a 21-21 tie yesterday in a
memorable football contest that
knocked the Indians out of a pos-
sible chance to go to the Rose
The deadlock meant the UCLA
Bruins will get the Bowl bid by
defeating Southern California, 13-
0, in Los Angeles yesterday.
Both teams scored in the sec-
ond period, California travel-
ing 68 yards and Stanford 59
The Indians jumped into a 21-
7 lead by scoring twice in the
third quarter. The Bears came
back in the same period to get
back in the same period to get
back into the game. With sec-
onds to go in the final period,
Larson missed a 16-yard field goal
attempt that would have put the
Bears out in front.
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WHERE'S THE BALL?-Several Michigan and Ohio State grid-
- ders leap into the air for a pass thrown by Lou Baldacci and in-
tended for Bob Topp. The ball (in circle) eludes the maze of
hands as end Tad Stanford looks on. A few minutes later, Dick
Balzhiser crashed over for Michigan's first score.
Bolden's Tally Gives Spartans.
21-15 victory Over Marquette
gan State, gunning for a Big Ten
rose bowl bid, had to shoot the
works and come charging from be-
hind to overcome a classy-looking
Marquette team, 21-15, before a
home crowd at 42,170 here yester-
The game looked at first like
a runaway when Michigan State
scored on its second play of the
afternoon and led, 14-0, after the
first period. But the MSC lead
was only 14-9 at the half and
Marquette led, 15-14, in the third
* * *
RUGGED little Leroy Bolden,
159 pounds of comprpressed dyna-
mite, butted his way for the last
10 yards for the touchdown that
put Michigan State in the lead
The hard-won victory put
Michigan State in a tie with
Illinois for the Big Ten Rose
Bowl selection. Marquette, which
showed a brilliant passing game,
also was likely to get an extra
season bowl offer for looking so
good while losing.
Michigan State, rated third in
the Associated Press poll before the
game, was a 20-point pregame fav-
MARQUETTE made both its
scores on pass plays and picked up
a 2-point safety for its 15 points.
Quarterback T o m Yewcic
lobbed a screen pass to fullback
Evan Slonac for the opening
touchdown. Slonac picked up
an avalanche of blockers and
went 35 yards through the Mar-
quette defense for a touchdown
after two minutes and 47 seconds
Later in the same period, on a
keep play, Johnny Matsock dash-
ed 48 yards to score.
MARQUETTE picked up two
points on a safety when Yewcic
was trapped behind his own goal
line trying to pass.
Purdue Wallops Indiana, 3 0-0;
Gophers, Badgers Tie, 21-21
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - (9) -'
Purdue's Boilermakers grabbed
four passes from a favored Indiana
team yesterday and beat the Hoos-
iers for the sixth straight time in
their ancient Old Oaken Bucket
Sophomores and Froncie Gut-
man, a senior substitute quarter-
back, carried the load for the hard-
charging Purdue team. There
was a sell-out crowd of '33,000 in
* * *
RIDDLED by injuries, Purdue
had won only one previous victory
this season, a smashing 6-0 up-
set of Michigan State, against
seven defeats. Indiana had de-
feated only Marquette and North-
wester,-, and had six previous loss-
Bill Murakowski, Purdue sopho-
more back who had played in-
frequently because of a leg in-
jury, cut up the Indiana line in
the first quarter and plunged1
two yards after a 43-yard drive;
He is the brother of Art Mura-'
kowski, former Northwestern full-
back star, and looked like him to-
day until he reinjured his leg in
the second quarter.
John Allen, Purdue junior cen-
ter, intercepted Tom Cassidy's
pass on the second play of thej
second quarter and sprinted 31
yards for a touchdown
MINNEAPOLIS-- (P) -Unpre-
dictable Minnesota shattered Wis-
consin's dream of a second straight
Big Ten title share yesterday by
hanging a 21-21 tie on the Bad-
gers, and narrowly missed the win-
ning touchdown in the final min-
Ten-point undergods, the four-
times beaten Gophers loosed a re-
markable display of ball posses-
sion in the second half. They
scored twice and marched 73 yards
in the dying minutes of the game,
only to lose the ball on the three
on a fumble.
* * *
WISCONSIN quarterback Jim
Miller passed for two touchdowns,
one on the last play of the first
half, and fullback Al Ameche
banged over from the three in the
fourth quarter to-give the Badgers
Wisconsin needed a victory to
tie for the conference champion-
ship. The game was a virtual rep-
lica of last year's struggle, in
which the teams battled to the
Minnesota scored the first time
it handled the ball. All-American
Paul Giel, playing the final game
of his brilliant career, lanced over
from the two after collaborating
with quarterback-Geno Cappelletti
on a 54-yard pass play.
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