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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3. 1954

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Purd ue Shocks Football World by Upsetti

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Navy Wins
42-7, Duke
Downs Jols
By the Associated Press
HANOVER, N.H. - Navy turned
loose its manpower and 'an unex-
pected aerial attack today to score
five touchdowns in the final ten
minutes and defeat a battling Dart-
mouth eleven 42-7 at Memorial
Field.
Held to a 7-7 deadlock for three
periods, Navy connected on touch-
down passes from reserve quarter-
back Bick Echard to Ron Beagle,
a great end, to grab a 21-7 lead.
After that the middies rolled over
the fast-tiring but fighting Indian
band.
DURHAM, N.C. - The accurate
toe of junior guard Jim Nelson
was the difference today as Duke's
highly-favored Blue Devils slipped
past Tennessee 7-6. Duke, ranked
seventh nationally after its opening
game rout of Pennsylvania, scored
in the final minute of the first pe-
riod on a 10-yard end sweep by
halfback Bob Pascal.

Tro jans, Buckeyes Win;
Badgers Trip MSC, 6-=
Cassady Counters Twice for Ohio State;
Wisconsin Scores on Disputed Touchdown

Boilermakers' Dawson
Passes for Four Scores

By The Associated Press
EAST LANSING (P) - A dis-
puted touchdown by Alan "The
Horse" Ameche -- made when
Michigan State had only 10 men
on the field - gave Wisconsin a'
6-0 victory in a wild and weird
Big Ten football game watched
by 51,194 here yesterday.
Ameche Scores
The single score came in the
second period when Ameche, bust-

ARMY PASS PLAY RESULTS in fumble which Ed Hickey recovered for Michigan in its own end
zone.I

Army Victory Leaves wolverines
Without Win in Five-Game Series

(Continued from Page 1)
yards before lateralling to Hickey
who ran unmolested down the

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sidelines for the six-pointer. Mc-
Donald kicked the extra point and
the score was 13-7. It was the last
time the Wolverines were in the
contest.
It became apparent right at the
start that this was to be Army's
day. Two plays after the kickoff
fullback Freddy Baer fumbled and
the Cadets pounced on the ball on
Michigan's 31. Seven plays later
and the Wolverines were on the
short end of a 7-0 count.
Army Scores Again
The very next time Army got its
hands on the ball, it moved in for
another score. With Bell, Ziegler,
and Uebel tearing the Michigan
line apart and ripping off large
chunks of yardage, the West
Pointers travelled 59 yards in sev-
en plays, Uebel lugging the pig-
skin over from a yard out. Ralph
Chesnauskas, the great Army
guard who played so superbly yes-
terday and converted two times,

was unsuccessful after this touch-
down.
Army marched to paydirt again'
in the second quarter after re-
covering a Wolverine fumble on
the Cadets 32. Once more the win-
ners' three running backs, aided
by a holding penalty, moved the
ball down the field until Bell took
a pitchout from Vann on his own
ten, ran around Hickey and just
SGame
Statistics

MICHIGAN
FIRST DOWNS........ 13
Rushing............. 9
Passing..............2
Penalty..............2
NET YARDS - Rushing 71
Passing .............180
FORWARD PASSES
Attempted ...........19
Completed .......... 8
Intercepted by.......0
Yards interceptions
returned............0
PUNTS - number .... 3
Average distance .... 37
Returned by......... 2
Blocked by...........0
KICKOFFS - Number 1
Returned by........ 6
FUMBLES - Number.. 6
Ball Lost by......... 4
PENALTIES - Number 5
Yards Penalized .... 55

ARMY
15
10
4
1
263
81
8
5
3
5
28
2
0
6
1
4
3
8
72

made the coffin corner for the TD.
The West Pointers final six points
came late in the final stanza when
Bell busted through right tackle
and outran thessecondary on a 49-
yard jaunt.
Interceptions Cinch Game
Michigan reached the height of
futility early in the 'fourth period.'
With the score 20-7 at the time
and still having a chance to pull
out a victory, Michigan had the
ball on the Army 25 having just
recovered a fumble. On the very
next play, Danny Cline, who was
'M' Casualties
It appeared after Michigan's
football game yesterday that
Tony Branoff has suffered the
only serious injury when he
reinjured his previously-injur-
ed right knee.
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan in-
dicated that Branoff's status
was unknown. The Wolverine
coach stated the center Jim
Bates will return to action next
week, while fullback Lou Bald-
acci's status for the Iowa clash
remained in doubt.
It is also hoped that end Ron
Kramer will return to top con-
dition by the time the Hawk-
eye test gets underway.
playing with a bad knee, fumbled
and the Cadets captured the er-
rant pigskin. After failing to go
anyplace they punted and it was
the Wolverines ball again. But not
for long. McDonald went back to
pass and Pete Lash, the same
player who had grabbed the pre-
vious fumble, picked off the toss
on the winners' 27 yard line.

ing through .right end, drove over
the goal line. LeRoy Bolden,
MSC's star back, had been injur-
ed on the previous play and was.
lying on the sidelines at the time.
Michigan State had failed to
substitute and the Spartans claim-
ed they thought a time-out had
been allowed. MSC Coach Duffy
Daugherty made an arm-waving
protest, raging up and down the
sidelines, but was overruled.
Wisconsin went 88 yards for the
touchdown. Quarterback Jim Mil-
ler, finding a wide hole on a keep-
er play, made the biggest gain of
38 yards to put the ball in posi-
tion on the 28 for the score.
Wisconsin, the pre-game favor-
ite, had a definite edge in the
game although both teams took
turns threatening to score.
In the closing minutes of the
game, Michigan State battled
down to as far as the Wisconsin
17 when quarterback Earl Mor-
rall started hitting with his pass-
es. The threat was stopped by a
pass interception.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Red-
haired Hopalong Cassady put on a
one man show of pass catching
and running here Saturday as
Ohio State defeated California, 21-
13, in an intersectional football
game before a coatless crowd of
79,524.
The 168-pound Buckeye junior
who scored two touchdowns last
week in the 28-0 victory over In-
diana, did it again in sensational
style.
The first time Ohio had the ball
Cassady started around right end,
cut back through the middle of
the California line and eased into
the end zone 27 yards away with-
out being touched. In the fourth
period, with Ohio leading only 14-
13, the speedy Buckeye back inter-
cepted a pass, ran for six yards
over tackle, took a 20 yard pass
from quarterback Dave Leggett
and then sped 29 yards around
right end for the touchdown on a
pitch-out play.
* . *
EVANSTON - A 234 - pound
tackle lumbered 68 yards for a
touchdown which launched un-
beaten Southern California to a
hard-earned 12 to 7 victory over
fumble-stricken Northwestern at
Dyche Stadium yesterday.
Northwestern fumbled ten times
and lost the ball six times.
It was 'the third straight victory
for the Trojans, who scored both
of their touchdowns in the first
half and then had their hands full
with the snarling, underdog Wild-
cats in the closing half.

SOUTH BEND, Ind (A)-Sure-
shot Len Dawson cut down the
Nation's No. 1 football team, Notre
Dame, yesterday with four touch-
down passes good for a total of 156
yards to sharpshoot Purdue to a
stunning 27-14 upset triumph.
The lanky six-foot sophomore
quarterback from Alliance, Ohio,
also converted three times and
keyed the Boilermakers' pass de-
fense that eventually smothered
Stanford Halts
Favored Illni
PALO ALTO, Calif. (Ml)-- Stan-
ford's under dog Indians smashed
80 yards for one touchdown and
scored again on a 16-yard pass
play in the second period yester-
day to defeat highly-rated Illinois
12-2 in their nationally-televised
game.
The Big Ten representative, rat-
ed a championship contender, bow-
ed to a team that went into action
expected to lose by as many as 10
points. The famous Illinois touch-
down twins, J. C. Caroline and
Mickey Bates, w e r e throttled
throughout.
Illini Pose No Threat
Except for a first period safety
and a drive to Stanford's 14 in the
last few seconds of the game, the
Illini failed to pose a serious
threat.
Fullback Bill Tarr scored the
first six points for Stanford with a
drive through the line and set up
the 'second touchdown by intercept-
ing an Illinois pass in the last
minute of the first half.
The Indians held ball control for
most of the second half with a sav-
agely-charging line. Stanford's ends
were particularly strong on de-
fense.

desperation shots 7y two Irish
aerialists, Ralph Guglielmi and
sophomore Paul Hornung.
Irish String Snapped
The victory, b e f o r e 58,256
screaming fans, snapped . Notre
Dame'sdundefeated string at 13 and
repeated the history of Purdue's
28-14 decision four years ago that
ended the Irish's 39-game unbeaten
streak.
The 19-year-old Dawson, w h o
fired four touchdown tosses as Pur-
due blanked Missouri 31-0 last
week, was without -peer Saturday
as his range finding shots put No-
tre Dame in the hole 14-0 in the
first 5 minutes, of the game.
Purdue Scores Early
He hit senior end John Kerr for
an eight yard payoff in the opening
3% minutes that followed with a
41yard scoring pass play to left
half Rex Brock.
After Notre Dame trimmed the
lead to 14-8 at halftime with a
safety and Nick Raich's one-yard
touchdown blast after Hornung's
61-yard run, Dawson struck again
for touchdowns in the third and
fourth periods.
Guglielmi's toss to end Dan
the outset of the third and set up
Don Schaefer's Notre Dame touch-
down from the 2. Schaefer's try
for point was wide, as was Hor-
nung's in the second period.
Lundy Hits Paydirt
With the score tied 14-14, Daw-
son, built like a lead rodeo cow-
boy, rode to the rescue on a 73-yard
pass payoff to Lamore Lundy.
Lundy hugged the ball on th.e
Notre Dame 40 and lumbered into
the end zone without a man in
front of him.
Purdue.............14 0 7 6-24
Notre Dame.......f 8 6 0-14
I-M RESULTS
Sigma Alpha u 7, Alpha Phi
Alpha 0

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ORPHEUM
ENDING TODAY
"Poignant. . . Tender
Romance" -Time.
MARIUS GORING
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Collegiate Grid Scores
Alabama 28, Vanderbilt 14 Navy 42, Dartmouth 7
Arkansas 20, Texas Christian 13 Nebraska 39, Iowa State 14
Boston University 41, Connec- North Carolina 7, Tulane 7
r ticut 13 Ohio State 21, California 13
Cincinnati 40, Tulsa 7 Penn State 13, Syracuse 0
Colorado 27, Kansas 0 Princeton 54, Columbia 20
Delaware 21, Lehigh 0 Purdue 27, Notre Dame 14
Duke 7, Tennessee 6 Rice 41, Cornell 20
Florida 19, Auburn 13 Slippery Rock (Pa.) Teachers,
Fordham 13, Rutgers 7 7, Edinboro (Pa.) Teachers 0
Georgia Tech 10, S. M. U. 7 Southern California 12, North-,
Indiana 34, College of Pacific 6 western 7
Iowa 48, Montana 6 Texas 40, Washington State 14
Kentucky 7, Louisiana State Texas A. & M. 6, Georgia 0
U 6 Utah 7, Oregon 6
Massachusetts 13, Harvard 7 13
Miami (Ohio) 27, Marquette 27 Wake Forest 26, North Carolina
Minnesota 46, Pitt 7 State 0
Mississippi 52, Villanova 0 Wyoming 23, Denver 21
Missouri 35, Kansas State 7 Yale 26, Brown 24
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