100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

December 02, 1953 - Image 12

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1953-12-02

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

PAGE! STX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1953

Elizabeth Ardern
Blue Grass Set
3 q
400
f Y .. phis tax
Bathe in Beauty. A generous box of Blue
Grass Dusting Powder plus a bottle of
* refreshing Flower Mist.
7Yte Quapp
320 SouTHi STATE STREET PHONE 2-3109

Caroline, Giel Western Conference'

Offense
One of the brightest sophomore
stars in Big Ten history and a
three-year ace certain of immor-
tality for his brilliance, and ver-
satility shared major statistical
honors in Big Ten Conference
football play in 1953..
J. C. Caroline, Illinois' great
sophomore back, set one of five
new Conference records with, an
amazing total of 919 yards by
rushing in six Conference games.
THE GREAT Paul Giel, back-
bone of Minnesota's offense for
three years, emerged as the Big
Ten's top all-around offensive star
for the second time in three years.
In the course of doing so he
set a new one-game mark of 53
individual plays, 35 rushes and
18 passes, and a season's record
of 163 rushes. The latter record
displaced a mark of 147 set by
Alan Ameche in 7 games in 1951
while establishing the previous
high of 774 for total rushing
yardage.
Mickey. Bates, Caroline's sopho-
more teammate at Illinois, equal-
ed a modern era record of four
touchdowns in one game against
Ohio; State., While leading Con-
ference scorers with 54 points in
six games, he missed a season's
record.

-a dh-0 A 1kmw X1k 1-

leaders

for

1953.i

season

" ~ i~~~*'~ ..~.7 hind Caroline, who averaged 27.6
on his runbacks during the year.
f F Jim Miller of Wisconsin,
~ whose emergence as a passer
T'~ vaulted the Badgers into a near-
~~-miss for a repeat at the Confer-
ence team title, himself vaulted
f to the forefront as the Big Ten's
, k~< leading passer in 1953.
. His 683 yards by passing topped
all corners, as did his six touch-
~ ~ ~~ . I down throws. Giel, ranking sec-
~.ond, had the highest completions
.' average with .55 1. Florian Helmn-
~ . .......ski of Indiana had a high of 106
. .. attempts, of which 43 were corn-
.x,....pleted. * *
BOB TOPP of Michigan took
y< over as the Big Ten's ace pass re-
y ceiver with 16 catches. Tom Hague
, ..>of Ohio edged Topp in yardage
with 231 and made four touch-
y down. catches.
"'N Binky Broeder, Iowa fullback,
led Conference punters with a
S'- ~stable 41.2 average and his
PAUL GIEI -The sensational Minnesota tailback led the Big tredmtemostatypasside-
Ten in punt returns, was third in rushing, second in passing, and fredrth5mit aerepos. e
third in kickoff returns. Giel found himself at the top
in still another department as lie
HOWARD "Hopalong" Cassady, season with 14 kickoff runbacksI led teammate Bob McNamara in
Ohio State's flashy sophomore for a record total of 328 yards. punt returns with an average of
runner, set a new high for the On averages, however, he ran be-'15-.1 yards on 12 runbacks.

AND
Perfect Christmas' Gifts
I SLATEIIS
YOUR COLLEGE BOOKSTORE
~CHRISTMAS means
O SNOW TIME0
O _ See our wide 0
Selection of
"heavy knits"~ f
SWEATERS
10.95 to 16.95 "
N CAPS
2.95 to 3.95ii
I1J~ ITTEN1.50 to 3.95
USE OUR WE'LL GIFT-WRAP IT
LAYAWAY PLAN FOR YOU
nn~ 302 SOUTH STATE

ti

O
wit~
: . R

Leading Big Ten Offense Records for Past Campaign

SCORING
G
Bates, Illinois ..... 6
Cassady, OSU.....7
Bolden, MSC.....6
Miller, Wisconsin.. 6,
Giel, Minnesota... .7
Watkins, OSU. 7.
PUNT RETURI
G N
Giel, Minn........ 7 1
McNamara, Minn. 7
Neves, Purdue. .. .6 11
Broeder, Iowa. .. .6 11
Miller, Wise ...... 6 14
Ellis, MSC . ....6 s
PUNTING
G No.
Broeder, Iowa 6 22
Thomas, NY.. .6 23
Gingrass, Wis. 6 21
Yewcic, MSC. .6 23
Neves, Purdue 6 25
Ilelinski, Ind.. .6 19
Rosso, OS..... .6 19

TD
9
7
6
6
6
6

Total:
54
42
36
36

RUSHING

NS
o. Yds. Ave.
12 182 15.1
9 101 11.2
1 116 10.5
11 112 10.1
o0 88 8.8
9 61 6.7

G Rushes
Caroline, Illinois......6 141
Watkins, 0511.... 7 11l
Giel, Minnesota....... 7 163
Ameche, Wisconsin.... .6 103
Bolden, MSC.......... 6 85
Bates, Illinois........ . 6 106
Cassady, OSU... ..7 77
Branoff, Michigan....6 61
McNamara, Minn ...7 51
Neves, Purdue........ 6 54
Vincent, Iowa......... 6 42
Slonac, MSC. .....6 50
Rice, Iowa ... ,........ 6 47
Hlolme, Min......... 1 55

Gain
960
6341
700
527
,502
509
459
334
271
263
250
244
236
240

Loss
41
16
120
3
6
28
23
15
10
7
6
10
13

Net
919
614-
580
524
496
481
436
319
261
256
244
234
229
227

Ave.
6.5
5.5
5.0
5.8
4.5
5.6
5.2
5.1
4.7
5.8
4.6
4.8
4.1

G No.
Caroline, Ill... .6 6
Cassady, OSU. .7 14
Giel, Minn.... 7 6
McNamara, Mi. 7 6
Rogers, Ind.....6 7
Kress, Mich.... .6 8

Ret.
166
328
130
124
143
155

INTERCEPTIONS

KICKOFF RETURNS

Ave.
27.6
23.4
21.6
20.6
20.4
19.3
Yds.
Ret.
36
74.
60
58
33
27
27

G No.
Matykiewicz, Iowa 6 5
Cassady, OSU ,..7 3
H-ilgenb erg, Iowa. .3 3
Leggett, OSU.....".7 3
Neves, Purdue.--.6 3
Ellis, MSC.... ,.... 6 3
Giel, M~inn ........ 7 3

Yds.
908
928
827
897
885
645
630

Ave.
41.2
40.3
39.3
39.0
35.4
33.9
33.1

PAS SING

G
Miller, Wisconsin.. 6
Giel, Minnesota.. . 7
Thomas, NW...... 6
Borton, OSU......6
Helinski, Imd..... .6
Leggett, OSU..7
McDonald, Mich.. .
Falkenstein, Ill... .6
Yeweic, MSC......6
Baldacci, Mich.. ..6

Attempts
68
69
85
67
106
66
50
57
41

comp.
36
38
41
36
43
29
16
22
21
17

Yds.
683
457
466
411
628
392
236
351
306
236

Avg.
.529
.551
.482
.537
.406
.439
.432
.440
.368
.415

TD
6
4
2
4
J
4
*4
3I
qx

It.
4
7
5
8
6
6
2
5
7
6

GIFTSLIPPERS-
AT A WONDERFUL LOW PRICE
This is the new way all the girls want
their macs... fluffed with exactly
matching bunny fur.., white- beaded
soft glove kid (even the sole.) And
flannel lined for snug study-or TV-
hour comfortl

PASS RECEIVING

G N

TOPp, Mich ....... .5
]Fague, OSU.... .7
Collier, NU....... 5
Esser, Wis........6:
Bartkciewicz,,Ind. 6
Cassady, OSU.... .7
Help Fight

vrO Yds. TD
16 *226 1
15 231 4
13 180 1
12 1'74 2
12 144 0
12 125 1
TB

$3 99

Complete Selection Pearl Necklaces!

OPEN MONDAY NIGHT

Buy Christmas Seals

Priced from

Single Double
and Triple Strands

$198

2ante&J
201 South Main at Washington

USE YOUR CREDIT



See the Famous Mete Musical
Jewel Box
'5599-
- Choice Colors and tunes
Star Dust - Always - etc.
PAY BY THE WEEK 201 South Main at Washington

t..
E s0
I "VANS Slippers are fine to come home to!."
A SOFT SOLE SLIPPER with a light-weight wool lin-.
ing, and soft camel tan glove leather.
OTHER FAMOUS STYLES are the Chief--Cherokee
--Balboa--Baronet. Priced at $5.95 to $8.95.
REMEMBER that Evans slippers come in two widths
so narrow as well as wide feet can be fitted correctly.

4

l

Speidel Photo-Ident Bracelet
With a secret place to carry
Pictures of Loved one
$1495
ENGRAVED FREE a
SAME DAY 201 South Main at Washington

11

Beautiful Solitaire Diamond
, : Enaaaement Rinci

I

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan