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SUTNDAY, DECEMBER 6; 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

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Worden, Lattner Spark Notre
Dame to 40-14 Win over SMU

LEAGUE COUNCIL GETS FIRST LOOK:

Estate

To

House

Guests

Houston RipsI
Vols, 33-19,
In BigUpset
Wade Runs Wild
In Losing Effort
HOUSTON - (-) - Houston's
Cougars had a lot of trouble with
Jimmy Wade, a brilliant Tennes-
see tailback, but used ball control
behind a surprisingly powerful
line to upset the favored Volun-
teers, 33 to 19, yesterday.
Wade scored all three touch-
downs, two of them on runs of 60
to 63 yards, but his single-handed
efforts could not prevent Houston
from scoring one of its greatest
victories in eight years of football.
* * *
AFTER WADE broke loose for
a touchdown scamper on the third
play of the game, Houston came
back to take a 13-7 halftime lead
that was increased to 20-7 with a
70-yard third quarter drive.
Wade got his 63 yard run late
in the third period. This per-
mitted Tennessee to close the
gap to 20-19 when they blocked
a Houston punt early in the
final quarter.
But it was Houston's day, with
the Cougars striking back for two
more touchdowns on a fumble re-
covery on the Tennessee five and
a 52 yard drive.

First Undefe
For Irish in
SOUTH BEND, Ind.-(P)-Notre
Dame's Fighting Irish closed out
their first unbeaten season in four
years yesterday by mercilessly bat-
tering Southern Methodist 40-14.
The Irish, with ailing coach
Frank Leahy on the sidelines to
direct his team to a final season
record of nine victories and one
14-14 tie with Iowa, sprung full-
back Neil Worden for three touch-
downs and * All-America Johnny
Lattner for two.
x .
HARMONIZING their attack
with spectacular lateral-passing
plays, the Irish struck with ap-
parent intent to show a national
television audience their disregard
of being rated the No. 2 team in
the country.
Undefeated Maryland edged
out Notre Dame for the mythi-
cal national championship in
the final Associated Press poll
this week.
With Lattner proving his tre-
mendous value that won him the
Heisman and Maxwell awards for
the season, the Irish scored in
every period but the last and turn-
ed the game into a complete rout
with a three-touchdown blast in
the third quarter for a 40-7 lead.
* * *
THE IRISH romped 302 yards!
through the SMU defense and
passed for 178 more in one of
their greatest displays of overall

ated Season
Four Years
gaining this season. They cor-
raled the Mustangs for 73 rushing
yards, but the Texans, nosing for
the fourth time in the intermit-
tent five-game series, picked up
202 through the air, most of this
in the last quarter.
Worden, by piling up 11 touch-
downs for the season boosted
his three-year total to 29 for a
scoring high in 65 years of Notre
Dame football.
Both he and Lattner, as well as
13 other seniors, ended their col-
legiate careers as Leahy shoved
35 players into the contest.
THE SECOND time the Irish
had the ball at the start of the
first period, Lattner spiralled a
pass to Dan Shannon for 55 yards
to set up Worden's eventual touch-
down smash of one yard. It was
only the second pass Lattner had
tossed this season and it set the
tempo for more surprises that
kept a crowd of 55,522 excitedv
After Notre Dame had churn-
ed 83 yards only to be stopped
on the 2 and pushed back to
the 5 to lose the ball on downs,
the Irish scored their second
touchdown at the outset of the
second quarter on a freak.
Duane Nutt, fading back from
the SMU 5 to the 3 to pass, failed
to get the ball away. Paul Matz
tackled him and the ball squirted
into the end zone where Notre
Dame tackle Frank Varrichione
fell on it for a touchdown.
THREE MINUTES later, the
Irish smashed 68 yards to score
again, Ralph Guglielmi passing
24 yards to Lattner who raced
across without a defender within
15 yards of him.
South. Methodist 0 0 7 7-14I
Notre Dame 7 13 20 0-40
Southern Methodist scoring:
Touchdowns, Nix, Berry. Con-
versions, Bernet, Stollenwerck.
Notre Dame scoring: Touch-
downs, Worden 3, Varrichione,
Lattner 2. Conversions, Mav-
raides 4.

Wolverines
Star in AAU
Swim Meet
Wardrop Cracks
Freestyle Mark
By LEW HAMBURGER
University of Michigan swim-
mers dominated the 19th annual
Michigan Amateur Athletic Union
championships, as expected, at the
Intramural Sports Building last
night.
Michigan swimmers Jack Ward-
rop and 'Bumpy' Jones and Mich-
igan State star John Dudeck broke
records in the first meet of the
current season.
* * *
WARDROP set a Michigan AAU
record in the 220 yard freestyle,
with a time of 2.10.1, and pushed
Jones to a state AAU record in the
75 yard individual medley. His
time was 41.2. Dudeck tied a pool
and state AAU record that he
broke in the 100 yard breastroke.
His time of 1.00.0 tied the record
set by Michigan's Stewart Elliott
several years ago.
Michigan's Jim Walters and
co-captain Don Hill success-
fully defended their respective
diving and 50 yard freestyle
championships. Walters looked
extremely sharp in winning over
teammate Charley Bates and
Michigan State's Don Morey.
Hill captured his specialty in
23.2, finishing ahead of co-cap-
tain Tom Benner and teammate
Don Ferguson.
Bert Wararop, Michigan swim-
mer, won the 100 yardbackstroke
in the fine time of 1.00.7, leading
fellow Wolverines John Chase and
Jim Kruthers at the finish.
SWIMMING STATS
220 yards freestyle: Won by J.
Wardrop, (Michigan) (Unat-
tached; second, Gora, (Michi-
gan) Unattached; t h i r d,
O'Rielly, Michigan) Unat-
tached; time 2.10.1 (New
State AAU record)
75 Yard individual medley: Won
by Jones, Michigan) Unat-
tached; second J. Wardrop,
(Michigan Unattached;. third,
Myers, (Michigan), Unat-
tached. time 41.2 (New State
AAU record.)
100 yard breastroke: Won by
Dudeck, (Michigan State) Un-
attached; second, Thurlow,
(Michigan) Unattached; third,
Hubley, (Michigan) Unat.
tached. time 1.00.0 (New State
AAU and pool record)
50 yard freestyle: Won by Hill,
(Michigan Ujunattached; sec-
ond, Benner, (Michigan) Un-
attached; third, Ferguson,
(Michigan) Unattached. time:
23:2
Diving: Won by Walters, (Mich-
igan) Unattached; second,
Bates, (Michigan) Unattach-
ed; second ,Bates, (Michigan)
Unattached; third, Morey,
(Michigan State) Unattached.
points: 333.3

Building Will Also Serve
As New Conference Site
Complete Redecoration Project
Readies Home for University Use
Stretching over eight and one-half acres near North Campus, the
University-ovned Inglis estate will in the future accommodate distin-
guished guests of the University.
Especially invited on a tour, 16 members of the League Council
were conducted through the estate.
GIVEN TO THE UNIVERSITY three years ago. the redecorated
house will serve as a guest house for official University guests and as
a conference site.

DEAN BACON CONDUCTS TOUR

s. Inglis is the widow of James Inglis, a Detroit indus-
who was an honorary alumnus of the University. Under
ms of her hubsand's will, the house was to be given to
iversity at the time of her death. After planning to move
de the gift at that time, three years ago.
o Located at 2301 Highland Rd.,
the house was built in 1927.
* * *
COMPLETELY redecorated and
f"crefurnished by the University, the
house's spacious quarters can ac-
fi -:commodate about ten guests, ac-
cording to Mrs. Laura Kimball,
hostess.
Four levels in the, house in-
elude a library, laundry, boiler
room and a three-car garage on.
the first level and a large liv-
ingdining room, the kitchen
and a "coffee shop" room on the
second,
The master bedroom, two guest
rooms and the hostess quarters
are on the third level, while there
tia large bedroom-study on the
fourth floor that was originally
t planned for the Inglis' son.
* ~ IN ADDITION there is a care-
take 's cottage, formal gardens, a
greenhouse-workshop anda pump
$ house 'pith a well 170 feet deep,
that once supplied the water used
in the house and on the grounds.
The Inglis estate served as the
site for "The Outing"-a student-
faculty-administration conference
held Friday.
Some 60 participants, including
student presidents of different or-
ganizations and honoraries, facul-
ty members and administrators,
discussed a variety of campus to-
pics such as the North Campus de-
velopment, the Michigan House
Plan and final examinations.

'M' Fails To Catch McGill Icers
As Last Ditch Rally Falls Short!

(Continued from Page 1)
However, the score did not
count and it spelled the end of
the Wolverine comeback. McGill
managed to stall off Heyliger's
tired crew until the final buzz-
er.
Not including goaltenders, only
ten men suited up last night for
the Wolverines. That left only two
lines compared to the usual three
and only two regular defensemen.
SOPHOMORE Don MacArthur
took an occasional turn as the
third member of the rear guard.
Captain Jim Haas who played a
steady game in defeat was on the
ice for more than forty-five min-
utes, on iron man stint in this era
of hockey.
A penalty to Philpott for high-
sticking helped McGill break into
the scoring column in the first pe-
riod. With the Michigan right-
winger off for two minutes, the
Redmen scored twice once at 5:59
' on a goal by Pete Jockus and the
power play clicked again}~ at 7:07
when Guy Bourgoin scored out of
a scramble in front of the net.
BALTZAM scored his first goal
of the night at 10:54 on a pass
from Jockus to give the - visitors
a 3-0 lead.
McFarland notched Michi-
gan's first goal at 12:41 drilling
a 25-footer off the goalie's pads
into the lower right hand cor-
ner of the net.
After Pete Johnson had given
McGill a 4-1 lead at the 5:22 mark
of the second stanza, Philpott de-
posited a neat center out by Mul-
len to cut the margin back to two
goals.
Then the roof fell in and in the
last five minutes McGill scored
three times to cement the even-
tural verdict.
* * *
FIRST PERIOD -- 1 - McGill - Jotkus
(Robertson, Petty) 5:59; 2-McGill-
Bourgoin (Emo) 7:07; 3 - McGill-r
Baltzam (Johnson, Jotkus) 10:54;
4-Michigan - McFarland (Philpott,
Mascarin) 12:41. Penalties: Michigan
Philpott (high-sticking) 5:56. Mc-
Gill - Robertson (cross checking)
15:40.
SECOND PERIOD - 5 - McGill-John-
son (Jotkus, Baltzam) 5:22; 6-Mich-
igan-Philpott (Mullen) 10:34; 7-Mc-

Gill-Robertson (Emo) 15:12; 8-Mc-
Gill-Baltzam (unassisted) 15:57; 9-
McGill-Robertson (unassisted) 19:31.
Penalties: McGill-Petty (tripping)
Schultz (tripping) 8:38; Bourgoin
(tripping) 11:42; Robertson (trip-
ping) 17:13.
THIRD PERIOD - 10 - Michigan-
Philpott (Mascarin) 8:27; 11-Mich-
igan-Mullen (Chin, Cooney) 15:15;
12-Michigan-Cooney (Mullen) 16:01;
Penalties: Michigan-Chin (slashing)
17:03. McGill-Robertson (interfer-
ence) 1:43; Dorian holding) 17:03.

ToppTo Play for North Eleven
In 15th Annual Blue-Gray Tilt

IVY-COVERED WALLS WILL WELCOME VISITORS

MONTGOMERY, Ala. - (M -
Forty-eight of the nation's out-
standing gridiron gladiators, in-
cluding Michigan's Bob Topp, have
volunteered to renew inter-sec-
tional hostilities here December
26 in the 15th annual Blue-Gray
football game.
The Rebels have repulsed the
Yankee attack 10 times while los-
ing only four battles. The South-
erners were on the happy end of
a 28-7 score last year.
The North is again coached by
Rip Engle of Penn State, Bill
Glassford of Nebraska and Dick
Harlow, formerly of Harvard. Di-
recting the Gray attack are Clyde
Lee of Houston, Paul Bear Bryant
of Kentucky and Bill Murray of
Duke.
The North will have to stop a
backfield combination featuring
Jackflie Parker of Mississippi
GYMNASTICS SCHEDULE
December 12-Notre Dame..Here
January 16-Wisconsin.... .Here
January 30-Illinois.....,..Away
February 1-IQwa.........Away
February 13-Minnesota....Home
February 20-Ohio State. .. . Home
February 27-Northwestern.Home
March 3-Michigan State... Home
March 6-Indiana ......... Away
March 12-13-Big Ten.. .Ohio.St.
April 2-3-NCAA... .. ... .Illinois
May 2-NAAU....... Los Angeles
READ AND USE
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS

State, third-string all-America on
The Associated Press poll, plus the
Southeastern Conference's two top
rushing stars, Jerry Marchand of
LSU and Ralph Paolone of Ken-
tucky.
High on the list of Yankee of-
fensive threats is Tom Pagna, the
192-pound back from Miami Uni-F
versity of Ohio. Another probably
Blue standout is Louis Angelo Sor-
rentino from Lebanon Valley Col-
lege in Pennsylvania.
Midwesterners on the North
squad include ends Topp and Cliff
Waldbeser of Illinois, tackles Carl
Kroll and Tim Moriarty of De-
troit and centers Lloyd Brown of
Missouri. and Herb Borman of Il-
linois.

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and UNIVERSITY NEWS SERVICE
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