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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31t 1954

PAGE SIX THE 1~IICIIIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31. 19~4

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Notre Dame Ekes Out 6-0
Triumph Over Midshipmen

BaerMakesLone
Helinski, Campbell, Bartkiewicz
Lead Underdog Hoosiers to Win

BALTIMORE-(A)-A penalty-
plagued Notre Dame team cashed1
in on a perfect pass play and the
traditional luck oft the Irish to
bury determined Navy 6-0 in the!
mud of Baltimore Memorial Stad-
ium yesterday.'
The payoff pass, a 46-yard toss
from Ralph Guglielmi to speedster
Jim Morse, came after five mm-
'500' King Killed
In Airplane Crash
DECATUR, Ind. (P) - Wilbur
Shaw, 52, president of the India-
napolis Motor Speedway and
three-time winner of the 500-mile
race, and two companions were
killed in a plane crash near here
late yesterday.,
The men had goneto Detroit,
to take part in a car test.
Shaw flew the plane to Detroit
and Ernest Roose, also killed, was
to have flown it back, the ad-
vertising man said. The plane left
Ann Arbor airport at 4 pm.

utes of play in the second quarter.
The luck, which had been going
against Notre Dame's Irish, turned
in their favor at a crucial moment
in the third period and prevented
a Navy score.
Second-Half Comeback
The Midshipmen, refusing to
waver although they took some-
what of a manhandling in the
first half, came back with a bril-
liaht passing attack with George
Welsh throwing the muddy ball.
Eventually, after a series of mis-
haps and fumbles, Navy got first
down on the Notre Dame one.
On the second play, Bob Craig
pounded across the goal line but
he fumbled as a horde of Notre
Dame tacklers hit him and Gugli-
almi came up with the ball for a
touchback. Navy never got another
real chance.
Although Notre Dame had been
favored, the victory didn't do
much to enhance the prestige of
the Irish, voted the sixth-ranking
team in the nation in this week's
Associated Press poll.
Notre Dame .....0 6 0 0-6
Navy ............0 0 0 0-0

(Continued from Page 1)
After Baer picked up a first
down, McDonald again went back
to pass and threw into the end
zone. Barr went high in the air
with a defender right next to him
and got both hands on the ball only
to have it jar loose as he hit the
ground.
On the .following play, Helinski
intercepted in the end zone and
that was it for Michigan.
In the third quarter, the Maize
and Blue had moved to to the In-
diana 24 and 20 only to be thwarted
by interceptions. Early in the fi-
nal period, the Wolverines lost the
ball on 'downs after reaching the
victors' 18.
The only thing that Michigan got
out of these marches was a safety
which came about when Tom
Maentz blocked Helinski's punt in
the end zone and the pigskin

rolled over the end line for two
points.
However this may have been a
break for the Hoosiers since it
gave them a free kick from their
twenty and they were able to punt
the ball out of danger.
The losers' only touchdown came
in the first quarter as they cov-
ered 66 yards in a sustained drive
-M' Out of Bowl?
MICHIGAN
LE-Kramer, Rottunno
LT-Walker, Kolesar
LG-Cachey, Fox
C-Bates, Goebel, Snider
RG-Meads, R. Hill
RT-Geyer, Morrow
RE-Maentz, Brooks
QB-Baldacci, Maddock, McDonald
Knickerbocker
LH-Cline, Barr
RH-Shannon, Brannoff, Corey,
Hickey
FB-Baer, D. Hill

--Daily-Dick Gaskill
GOING NOWHERE - Wolverine's Lou Baldacci (27) drops
Hoosier halfback Don Domenic (23) in the second quarter.

-Daily-Dick Gaskill
INCOMPLETE-Brad Bomba (88) breaks up an 'M' pass attempt
to Tom Maentz (85) on the last play of the first half.

UICLA defeats California for Seventh Victory;
Army, Duke Edge Foes by Identical- 21-20 Scores

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INDIANA
LE-Aloisio, Fee, Fellinger
LT-Skoronski, Rauchmiller
LG-Hall, Gentilo
C-Vesel, Amstutz
RG-Farras, Leo
RT-Rorden
RE-Romba, Maglich, Roberson
QB-Helinski, Cichowski
LHT-Stone, Domenic
RH-Campbell, Bell
FB-Bartkiewicz, Kun

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MICHIGAN.......7 0
INDIANA ...,.....0 13

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that was highlighted by three com-
pleted tosses to Kramer.
Freddie Baer, who played an-
other terrific game at fullback,
took it over from three yards out
on fourth down. The way that
Michigan scored their first touch-
down the first time it got its hands
vi the ball made it look like the
! A1olverines were out to do a re-
ieat performance of last week's
Minnesota game. Such was not to
be.
mir igan Bail
SPORTS
DON LINDMAN
Night Editor

BERKELEY, Calif. (M - Primo
Villanueva, shifty left halfback,
raced to two touchdowns and en-
gineered two more to give the
UCLA Bruins a 27-6 victory over the
California Bears yesterday in their
annual Coast Conference "football
clash.
Passing Paul Larson, enjoying
his greatest performance in the
air, established a California game
Washington State
Upsets Favored
Stanford, 30-26
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Calif.
{g)-The Washington State Cougars,
blanked by Idaho last week, rode
back with a vengeance yesterday
and squelched Stanford's Rose
Bowl hopes under a shower of four
touchdowns and a field goal, good
for a 30-26 Pacific Coast Confer
ence victory.
All the scoring was packed into'
the first three periods with the lead
tied or changing hands nine times.
The Cougars played the last
three periods without fullback
Duke Washington, the conference's
leading ground gainer.

record of 25 completions and led
California 62 yards for a second
period touchdown.
* * *
WEST POINT, N.Y. W-Army's
reputation as a national power suf-
fered a rude shock yesterday when
the Cadets had to fight desper-
ately for a come-from-behind 21-20
victory over an inspired Virginia
team that wasn't supposed to come
close.
A missed' conversion try, by Stan
Knowles after the first Virginia
touchdown in the second period
proved to be the margin of de-
feat. Ralph Chesnauskas' three
conversions saved the day for the
Cadets.
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DURHAM, N.C. (P)-Duke, be-
hind 20 points in the third period,
climaxed a whirlwind rally by
scoring in the last 30 seconds to
defeat Georgia Tech, 21-20, yes-
terday before a cheering crowd of
33,000.
Guard Jimmy Nelson's three
conversions proved the difference.
The Blue Devils, on the defen-
sive most of the first half, saw
Georgia Tech score twice in the
second period after the Yellow

Collegiate Grid Scores

Jackets had twice been stopped
inches short of the Duke goal.
Georgia Tech scored with four
minutes remaining in the second
period when reserve quarterback
Bill Brigman passed 43 yards to
halfback Paul Rotenberry.
In the last minute of the sec-
ond period Georgia Tech scored
again when Dickie Mattison went

Greene's

Pick up and Deliver your

over from the one. An 18-yard
pass play from quarterback Wade
Mitchell to end Bill Sennett ac-
counted for the last Tech touch-
down in the third quarter.
Duke roared to life by taking
the next kickoff and rolled 66
yards with quarterback Jerry Bar-
ger passing to Jerry Kocourek
from the 11 for the tally.

EAST
Harvard 27, Ohio University 13
Colgate 6, Princeton 6
Cornell 26, Columbia 0
Yale 13, Dartmouth 7
Army 21, Virginia 20
Syracuse 25, Holy Cross 20
Penn State 35, Penn 13
Oklahoma 13, Colorado 6
MID-WEST
Indiana 13, Michigan 9
Purdue 28, Illinois 14
Minnesota 19, Michigan State 13
Ohio State 14, Northwestern 7
Iowa 13, Wisconsin 7
Nebraska 25, Missouri 19
Kansas State 28, Kansas 6
Notre Dame 6, Navy 0
SOUTH
Duke 21, Georgia Tech 20

Maryland 20, South Carolina *
Georgia 0, Alabama 0
Tennessee 26, North Carolina 20
Kentucky 28, Villanova 3
Pittsburgh 13, West Virginia 10
Auburn 27, Tulane 0
Clemson 32, Wake Forest 20
Mississippi 21, LSU 6
SOUTHWEST
Oklahoma A&M 12, Tulsa 0
SMU 13, Texas 13
Rice 34, Vanderbilt 13
Baylor 12, TCU 7
Arkansas 14, Texas A&M 0
FAR WEST
USC 34, Oregon State 0
UCLA27, California 6
Washington State 30, Stanford 26
Oregon 26, Washington 7

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