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SUNDA'E'', SEPTEMBER. 27, ]953

TIE I4II0IIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

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BIG TEN ROUNDUP:
Badgers, Wildcats Take Openers

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Spartans Edge Hawkeyes
In Thrilling Big Ten Debut
47,000 Fans See a Yewcic to Wells Pass
In Fourth Quarter Sew Up 21-7 Triumph

Third Score'
Is Clincher,

OSU Tops Indiana, 36-12;
Borton, Watkins Lead Ohio

IOWA CITY - (A) - Michigan
State, the proud National Cham-
pion of 1952, got a rugged test
from Iowa yesterday before the
Spartans broke away for a 21-7
victory in their Western Confer-
ence football debut after an anx-
ious four-year wait.
MichiganState, a 14-point f a-
vorite, finished exactly with that1
margin in a fumble-marked open-
er for both teams.
THE TRIUMPH upped Michi-
gan State's winning streak to 25
games since the Spartans lost to
Maryland, 34-7, in the third game
of the 1950 season.
The Spartans, always quick
opportunists, snapped up the
potentialities of an Iowa fum-
ble and a pass interception for
a 14-0 lead in the first quarter.
They didn't meander far out of
their own territory after that
for two full periods.
Meanwhile, Iowa lost a scoring
threat in the second period when
quarterback Earl Morrall picked
off on 0 Hawkeye toss on the
Michigan State 16. But Iowa hit
'for a touchdown with 3 minutes
and 51 seconds left in the third
quarter to become a serious threat
to the boys from East Lansing.
*, *
7 BINKEY BROEDER, who grab-
bed a Michigan State fumble on
the Spartans' 39, finished the Iowa
drive with a slash from inside
the 1.

Just when the Iowa fans in
the crowd of 47,125 had good
ideas about a possible upset,
Michigan State swung out with
a fancy 43-yard pass play, Tom
Yewcic to Billy Wells, to smash
open the ball game.j
Billy, called the "Menominee
meteor" back home, didn't have
to be that to score the touchdown.
He was absolutely all alone on the
6-yard line when he caught the'
ball. The closest Iowa man was
so far away Billy would have had.
time to read his many clippings,
had he had them tucked in his
uniform.
IOWA WAS going places late
in the game, for a touchdown
that would only have made the
score closer, but Earl Smith fum-'
bled and Bert Zagers fell upon
the ball for Michigan State.
The victory was a pleasant
personal triumph for Clarence
(Biggie) Munn, the 1952 "Coach
of the Year," over his former
assistant, Forest Evashevski.
They haven't been exactly the
best friends but they met near
the Michigan State bench immed-
iately after the game for con-
gratulatory handshakes.
Munn, in a dressing room state-
ment, said Iowa had him worried
when the Hawkeyes brought the
score to 14-7. But Yewcic and
Wells certainly eased his mind
with their heroics early in the
fourth period.

uSs COLUMBUS -- (P)- Ohio
Buckeyesstruck twice through the
IOWA CITY--W)-"I was still air and three times on the ground
plenty worried until Billy Wells yesterday to outclass Indiana 36-
got that third touchdown," Mich-t12 in a Western Conference Open-
igan State Coach Biggie Munn er. A crowd of 75,898 watched the,
said after his Spartans beat Iowa Buckeyes as they served notice
21-7 here yesterday. they will be top contenders in the
Wells who made the first and Big Ten race.
last scores, was awarded the game Johnny Borton, Ohio's classy
ball. quarterback, tossed a 19-yard
* * * touchdown pass to end Tommy
"I FIGURED a one touchdown Hague and a 24-yarder to half-
edge wasn't enough. And you re- back Bobby Watskins, as Ohio's
member they nearly cashed in on air arm put on a spectacular dis-
us after that," Munn added, re- 1play.
ferring to the final Iowa drive Howard (Hopalong) Cassady
that was halted on the MSC six- went 25 yards, Watkins nine,
yard line, and substitute quarterback Dave
Munn was perspiring heavily Leggett two yards on the
from the 77-degree heat and ground for the other Buckeye
the tension of his first official touchdowns. Little Tad Weed,
Big Ten football game. Buckeye place-kicking specialist,
x booted a three-pointer from the

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Ohio State 1
Iowa 0
Indiana 0
MICHIGAN 0
Illinois 0
Northwestern 0
Minnesota 0
Purdue 0
Wisconsin 0

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By The Associated Press
MADISON, Wis. - Alan (The.
Horse) Ameche ran wild inside
and outside yesterday as Wiscon-
son's Badgers rolled up yardage
steadily to defeat Penn State 20-0
in an intersectional football game
before 49,000 fans at Camp Ran-
dall Stadium.
The 209-pound fullback sparked
all three touchdown drives, grind-
ing out 115 yards in 28 carries and
scoring once himself before going
out midway in the, final quarter.
NORTHWESTERN 35 IOWA ST. 0
EVANSTON-Hoyt Israels, Sen-
ior halfback who had spent the
last two years on defense, blos-
somed into a brilliant runner and
pass catcher under the new foot-
ball rules yesterday to lead North-
western to a 35-0 opening season
triumph .over Iowa State.
" The 190-pounder, handling the
ball like an ogre with a new play-
thing, zipped 44 yards with a
pitchout for a first quarter touch-
down and raced 24 yards outside
tackle for another in the third.
* * *
SOUTHERN CAL 17, MINN. 7
LOS ANGELES-Southern Cal-
ifornia's Trojans scored two touch-I
downs on a pair of miscues by
Minnesota yesterday, added a field
goal and rolled on to ruin the
1953 bow of the Gophers and their
All-America halfback, Paul Giel.
'* * ',
MISSOURI 14, PURDUE 7
COLUMBIA, Mo. - Missouri's
fired-up and desperately battling
Tigers knocked off the Purdue
Boilermakers, 14-7, begore 20,000
here yesterday.
Purdue, co-champion of the Big

was poking to a 14-0 lead and
making it look rather easy.
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ILLINOIS 21, NEBRASKA 211
CHAMPAIGN-Sopnomnore half-
All men interested in fresh-
man basketball please repomt
to Yost Fieldhouse at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, September 29. Please
bring own equipment.
--Dave Strack

help error-plagued Illinois over-
come a two-touchdown lag in the
last period vor an opening 21-21
tie with tou. x. Nebraska.
Caroline, from Columbia, S. C.,
miscued twice at critical points.
A Caroline mistake on an attempt-
ed punt set up the second Nebras-
ka touchdown, and the Cornhusk-
ers held a 21-7 lead before Caro-
line rallied the Illini with a twist-
ing 73-yard touchdown run.

GOLDEN APPLES

Ten last season, was outplayed the back J. C. Caroline switched from

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sady, Hague, Watkins

2, Leggett.I

MUNN SAID he thought his 12-yard line to open the scoring, j
platoon specialists of last year and converted after three of theJ
had made the adjustment to two- touchdowns.
way football "real well." Ohio had a 23-0 lead at the half
"I still don't like it though," he before Indiana got into the scoring
said. "I would have liked to play column in the last two periods.
the pony backs just as an offen- The first Hoosier marker came on
sive outfit. I had to pull them out a 23-yard pass from quarterback
of the game at times to keep them Lorian Helinski to end Nate Bor-
fresh for the offense. den, and the other came after the
"I haven't changed my opinion final shot had fired as halfback
about the rule change at all," he Jerry Ellis rammed over from the
emphasized. "There were times one-foot line after a 77-yard!
when I wanted to substitute and march.
the right man for the play was Ohio 9 14 7 6-36
on the wrong bench. So I had to Indiana 0 0 6 6-12
take the second best." Ohio scoring: touchdowns, Cas-
FOTBLLSCORES

Field goal, Weed. Conversions,
Weed 3.
Indiana scoring: touchdowns,
Cassady, Hague, Watkins 2, Leg-
gett. Field goal, Weed. Conversions,
Weed 3.
Indiana scoring: Touchdowns,
Borden and Ellis.
Tennessee Upset
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - (P) -
Jackie Parker, ably abetted by a
powerful line, put on a dazzling
display of split-T magic today
as underdog Mississippi State rode
roughshod over Tennessee in a
Southeastern Csnference football
game, 26-0.

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