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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1954

RECORD
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Michigan Union Student Trips

present
JEAN ARTHUR
in G. BERNARD SHAW'S
"SAINT JOAN"

Wolvc
Oklahoma S
Before Reco
DALLAS, Tex. (A - Oklahoma
power featuring hammering Bob
Herndon and Buddy Leake and
the adept passing of Jay O'Neal
and Jim Harris gouged out a 14-7
victory over Texas yesterday as
the Sooners held their domination
of this traditional game.
The No. 1 ranked Oklahomans
won despite six fumbles, five of
which were gobbled up by Texas.
It was the third straight year
for Oklahoma to win this game-
the 49th in the series. A record
crowd of 76,204 witnesses the bat-
tle.
Leake fumbled the opening kick-
off on the Oklahoma 29 and Kirby
Miller pounced on the ball. Char-
ley Brewer, Don Maroney and Bil-
ly Quinn combined for two Texas
first downs but on the Oklahoma
four Quinn fumbled and Oklaho-
ma's Kurt Burris recovered.
Leake kicked out to Delano Wo-
mack, who raced back to the Ok-
lahoma 27.
Womack threw a running pass
to Menan Schriewer on the Okla-
homa six. Maroney cracked center
for three and Brewer hit the left

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tops Texas
rd Crowd

Fumbles Overshadowed by
Hard Running and Tackling

ytackle for a touchdown. Buck
Lansford converted.
t Then Oklahoma took the next
kickoff and paraded 73 yards for
a touchdown. Herndon and Leake
did most of the work as the Soon-
ers hammered the Texas line for
all except 12 yardstpicked up on
fa pass from Harris to Max Boyds-
ton. Leake slammed across from a
yard out, then kicked the extra
point to tie the score at 7-7.
Womack fumbled Texas' kickoff
and Wray Littlejohn recovered for
Oklahoma on the Texas 36. How-
ever, the Longhorn line threw the
Sooners steadily back and they
had to kick. But Texas had to
punt also and from the Oklahoma
42 the Sooners launched another
touchdown drive. The biggest blow
was a 40 pass play from O'Neal to
John Bell to the 15. Harris made
the touchdown from the Texas two
and Leake again converted to put
Oklahoma ahead 14-7. That ended
the day's scoring.

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WOLVERINE JIM MADDOCK gives Iowa's fleet back, Earl Smith,
a flying lesson. The landing was rough.

WEST COAST ROUNDUP:
UCLA, Oregon Win; Navy Trips Indians

Starting Today

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(Continued from Page 1)
Hill went over left guard for nine
more, and then Hickey picked up
eleven yards on each of two car-
ries to make it a first down on the
two. The right half lost one and
Maddock tried left tackle for no
gain, but Hill hit the favorite left
guard spot again and Michigan
was back in the ball game.
The game looked like a night-
mare for the Wolverines after the
very first kickoff. Michigan won
the toss and elected to receive.
Hickey took the kick on the 13
and promptly fumbled the ball up
to the 17 where Warren Lawson
recovered for Iowa. Seven plays
later the Hawkeyes were in the
Wolverine end zone after quarter-
back Jerry Reichow had cracked
over center on third down from the
one.
Jim Freeman's try for the extra
point was wide, but at that point it
seemed insignificant.
The ensuing kickoff was returned
from the 13 to Michigan's 34 by
Cline. On the second play from
scrimmage Hill fumbled and the
Hawkeyes were once again in pos-
session as John Hall covered the
ball on the Michigan 32.
Smith Scores
Again it took Iowa Just seven
plays to reach pay-dirt. With a
third down on the eight, left half
Earl Smith swept right end without
a blocker in front of him, outrun-
ning the Michigan end and out-
faking the defensive halfback to
score standing up. This time Free-
man's kick was good, giving the
Hawkeyes what looked at that time
a pretty comfortable lead.
The Wolverines actually set up
their second touchdown when Mich-
igan center Gene Snider recovered
an Iowa fumble on the Michigan 41.
Michigan forged to the Iowa 49 be-
fore Kramer was forced to punt on
fourth down. His long kick was tak-
en by Smith on the two and he re-
turned only two yards before Baer
cut him down with a smashing
tackle.
The Hawkeyes could pick up but
three yards in as many tries, and
Broeder's short punt set the stage
for the game winning pass to Kra-
mer.
Iowa Threatens
Iowa threatened for the last time
late in the second quarter. Start-
ing from their own 30, the Hawk-
eyes, sparked by a 36-yard pass
from Don Dobrino to Smith, moved
to the Michigan 18 before Reichow's
pass was intercepted by end Tom
Maentz on the 11 and returned to
the 34.
The second half was all Michi-

By The Associated Press
BERKELEY, Calif. - Oregon
quarterback George Shaw took
charge in the second quarter Sat-
urday when his team was two
touchdowns behind California and
piloted the Ducks to a 33-27 up-
set in the Pacific Coast Confer-
ence.
Shaw, entering the game as the
Nation's No. 1 total yardage gain-
er, masterminded the Ducks to a
13-13 deadlock at halftime.
He stayed at the helm while
Oregon converted two intercep-
tions and a fumble into a 33-13
lead at the end of three quarters.
But Paul Larson, California's
versatile quarterback, ranked No.
ENDING TODAY

2 in the nation in passing per-
centages, almost pulled the game
out of the fire in the fourth period
with a 17-yard pass and a 56-yard
punt runback, for two Bear touch-
downs.
PALO ALTO, Calif.-Navy's sur-
prisingly powerful Middies, com-
bining devastating ground power,
timely passes and alert ball-hawk-
ing, whipped the slightly favored
Stanford Indians 25-0 yesterday'
in their first football clash, watch-
ed by 55,000 fans.
Joe Gattuso, a human torpedo,
was the yard-gaining star of the
day. The 5-10, 175-pound full-
back from Clarksboro, N.J., led
the Midshipman ground attack.
In the third period, Gattuso in-
tercepted a pass and then scored
the touchdown in a 83-yard total
advance.
The underrated Middies scored
in the first period after recover-
ing a blocked punt behind the
Stanford drive.
Navy capped a 92-yard thrust
in the second with a short pass
from quarterback Dick Echard to
right end Jim Owen.
* * *
SEATT"LE -- Sophomore Bobby

Cox and the underdog, undismayed'
Washington huskies threw a king-
sized fright into the nation's sec-
ond ranked UCLA Bruins yester-
day before succumbing 21-20 in a
Pacific Coach conference football
clash.
The trip-hammer backs and pile
driver line of the UCLANS had
pounded out a 21-0 advantage by
the middle of the third quarter
and appeared headed for the pre-
dicted walk-away when Washing-
ton suddenly came to life.
Although the Huskies had not
gotten farther than their own 45
yard line in the first half they
had slapped back three UCLA
threats inside their own 10.
Cox wound up and pitched a 35
yard pass to sophomore Dean
Derby behind the goal. Going into
the last quarter, Center Del Jen-
sen pounced on a UCLA fumble at
the Bruin 25 and, shortly after
Cox flipped a fourth down 4-yard-
er to end Corky Lewis for another
tally.
Bob Dunn's missed placement
try proved the margin of defeat.
Before the quarter ended, Cox
pitched 15 yards to end Bob Green
for the last Washington touch-
down.

gan's as the Hawkeyes could pene-
trate no farther than the Wolver-
ine 42 yard line. Twice the Wolver-
ines swept nearly the length of
the field only to to lose the ball
within sight of the Iowa goal.
In the third period Michigan
piled up 71 yards, driving from its
own 16 to the Iowa 13 before Cal-
vin Jones recovered Baer's fum-
ble. Hickey continued to make the
fans forget all about his fumble
on the opening kickoff as he slash-
ed for 43 yards in 6 carries during
the drive.
In the final quarter the Wolver-
ines again drove from their 20 to
the Iowa 24 before losing the ball
on downs.
Iowa's desperation passing at-
tack in the closing minutes of play
failed to function as Baer inter-
Game
Statistics
MICH. IOWA
FIRST DOWNS . 15 10
Rushing.............. 14 9
Passing0..... 1
Penalty............ 1 0
NET YARDS
Rushing.............179 148
Passing.............29 48
FORWARD PASSES
Attempted .....8 12
Completed............. 1 4
Intercepted by.........2 1
Yds. interceptions ret. 26 E
PUNTS-Number........ 3 5
Average distance .... 36 36
Returned by.......... 2 1
Blocked by......... 0 0
KICKOFFS-Number. 3 3
Returned by ......... 3 2
FUMBLES-Number .... 3 3
Ball Lost by.......... 3 2
PENALTIES-Number ..4 2
Yards penalized...... 20 10
cepted one of Dobrino's tosses on
the 50 with seconds left in the
game.
Hickey Rolls
Hickey, filling the right half slot
vacated by the ailing Branoff,
paced all the Wolverine ball-car-
riers with 84 yards in 15 attempts
for a 5.6 average.
Maddock, while his passing was
strictly average, proved himself
as the smoothest working quarter-
back Michigan has been blessed
with in several years. The sopho-
more directed the team like an old
pro, ran when he had to, blocked
well, and turned in a top job de-
fensively.
Jim Bates filled a big hole when
he returned to the offensive cen-
ter and defensive linebacker spots,
as his play failed to point up any
ill-effects from his prolonged (two-
year) layoff.
It was a team victory all the
way, as Iowa's big names - Jones,
Eddie Vincent, Smith, Reichow,
Frank Gilliam - were all but
eclipsed by Michigan's supposedly
undermanned lineo and backfield.

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Montreal 4, Boston 1
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Brandeis 20, Bates 0
Colgate 26, Rutgers 14
Princeton 13, Pennsylvania 7
Penn State 34, Virginia 7
Harvard 13, Cornell 12
South Carolina 27, Furman 7
West Virginia 13, George Washington 7
Tennessee 20, Chattanooga 14
Maryland 13, Wake Forest 13 (tie)
Georgia 21, North Carolina 7
Georgia Tech 30, L.S.U. 20

Richmond 26, The Citadel 0
SouthernMethodist 25, Missouri 6
Bluffton 31, Olivet 2
Miami (Ohio) 42, Xavier 7
Hope 20, Alma 7
Hillsdale 7, Kalamazoo 0
Western Michigan 20, Bowling Green
15
Wayne 27, Washington (St. Louis) 0
Albion 27, Adrian 13
Great Lakes Naval 32, Central Michi-
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Arkansas 21, 'Baylor 20

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