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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 28,1954

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE tHREE

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1954 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

BLAST MSC 14-40:
Iowa Rose Bowl Hopes Skyrocket
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IOWA CITY, Iowa (P)-Eldean
Matheson, a junior halfback who
carried the ball only four times a
year ago for 42 yards, raced 52
yesterday to rally Iowa to a spec-
tacular 14-10 victory over Michi-
gan State's Rose Bowl football
champions.
With his team behind 10-7 as
the result of a smashing Michi-
gan State third-quarter drive and
only a bit more than six minutes
left in the game, Matheson grab-
beed a punt on his 45 and sped
down the west sideline. He was
only three yards away from his
coveted goal when he was over-
hauled by Spartan Carl Nystrom.
State Stand Fails
Shocked Michigan State grudg-
ingly gave up only 1% yards in
three Iowa thrusts. But the Spar-
tans couldn't restrain the Iowa
line and quarterback Jerry Rei-
chow, on the vital fourth down,
went over for the.winning points.
The defeat, only the third for
Michigan State in five years, was
a bitter loss for new Coach Hugh
Daugherty who moved up to the
top job when Biggie Munn retired
after the 1954 Rose Bowl triumph.
Conversely, it was a stimulating
victory for Iowa Coach Forest
Evashevski, once an assistant with
Daugherty under Munn. And it
was a flying start toward the Big
Ten championship which Michigan
State and Illinois are defending as
co-champs.
Iowa Opens Scoring
Amulti-oloredshirtsleeve
crowd of 50,000, basking in 80 de-
gree temperature, and millions of
viewers watching the nationwide
TV game of the day, saw Iowa rush
to a 7-0 halftime lead with com-
plete dominance of the Spartans.
Then they glimpsed Michigan
State roar back with typical Spar-
tan bounce in the third quarter
on a touchdown and a field goal.
But the TV audience missed
most of Matheson's sparkling punt1
return. The camera picked up the

start, Iowa lost a touch down
chance in the first period on half
back Earl Smith's fumble on the
4-yard line only to have Smith
with 5% minutes gone in the sec-
ramble 32 yards for a touchdown
ond period. Big Jim Freeman
made the first of his two conver-
sions and it was Iowa, 7-0.
To the happy Iowans, many of
whom have had Rose Bowl dreams
since Iowa's fast November Con-
ference finish and the now fa-
mous tie with Notre Dame last
fall, it looked as if their favorites
were "in
They weren't though. The Spar-
tans traveled 75 yards in nine
plays after the second half kickoff
for a touchdown. Leroy Bolden
scored from the 6.
Gerry Planutis converted to tie
the game and then sent Michigan
State ahead, 10-7, on his 20-yard
field goal with four minutes left
in the period.

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Hawkeyes Miss Chance
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Michigan scoring: Touchdown, Bol-
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Iowa scoring: Touchdowns, Smith,
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Indians Trounce Detroit
To Set New Win Record

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11:00 A.M. Saturday
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GOOD WOOD CLARINET, $100 range,
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1951 CHEVROLET BELLE-AIRE. Black,
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FOR SALE
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords-$6.88. Sox,
39c; shorts, 69c; military supplies.
Sam's Store, 122 E. Washington. )26B
For the Bestes
See Herb Estes
1951 FORD four door. Fordomatic,
radio and heater..........$895
1950 FORD two door. 8 cylinders,
radio and heater ............$595
1950 CHEVROLET two door, radio
and heater....................$695
1951 English Vangaurd, four door
sedan ........................$795
1953 MG ROADSTER, 5,000 actual
miles ......................$1,395
Every used car backed by a 6-months
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evenings.

FURNISHED APT., two miles from cam-
pus, $110 a month. Large living room
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One or two bedrooms. NO 5-1004. )5D
ROOMS FOR FOOTBALL WEEKENDS.
Reserve rooms now at the Campus
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State St.) Ph. NO 3-8454. )3D
ROOMSFOR FOOTBALL WEEKENDS.
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ROOMS FOR RENT
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By the Associated Press
A ninth inning single by Fred
Hatfield followed by Steve Sou-
chock's triple ruined veteran In-
dian pitcher Early Wynn's bid for
a no-hit shutout yesterday as
Cleveland trounced Detroit, 11-1.
This was the 111th victory for
the Tribe setting a new Amer-
ican League record for the largest
number of wins posted in one sea-
son.
Preceeding Hatfield's clout, only
four Tiger batsmen had reached

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first base, all on walks. The first
of these was not until the sixth
when Wynn walked Red Wilson
with one out.
The Boston Red Sox lashed out
with three runs in the ninth to
edge out the Washington Sena-
tors, 7-6, and reclaim a slim foot-
hold in the American League first
division,
The seventh place Baltimore Or-
ioles received their 100th defeat
of the season as they were trounc-
ed by the Chicago White Sox, 11-0.
Pinch hitter Danny Schell's sin-
gle with one out in the 11th scor-
ed Bob Morgan with the winning
run as the Philadelphia Phillies
edged the New York Giants, 2-1.
Eddie Mathews smashed his
40th homer of the season with
Jack Dittmer on base in the eighth
as the Milwaukee Braves downed
St. Louis 3-0 on Lew Burdette's
four-hitter.
The Chicago Cubs knocked the
Cincinnati Redlegs out of a fourth-
place tie with Philadelphia by
taking a 4-2 decision.
Carl Furillo slammed out two
homers to pace the Brooklyn
Dodgers as they routed the cellar-
dwelling Pittsburg Pirates, 10-5.
Kramer Hurt
In M' Victory
(Continued from Page 1)
In the first down department,
Michigan held a 16-12 edge but
took a backseat to the Huskies in
total net yards gained, 246-237.
But there is only one statistic that
really counts when the game is
over and in that all important
scoring column Michigan held a
14 point advantage.
Both squads came out of the
game in good physical condition,
the only injury being suffered by
Wolverine end Kramer, who suf-
fered a bruised hip in the third
quarter. The injury was not seri-
ous and Kramer is expected to be
back at practice early in the week.
Next Saturday the Wolverines
open their home schedule with the
second and last of their non-con-
ference tilts. The, opposition will
be provided by Earl Blak's Army
eleven, which will be out to atone
for the upset defeat handed them
yesterday by South Carolina,
34-20.

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Jordan. 607 Detroit. NO 8-8141. )17B
"PURCHASE FROM PT;4CHASE"
Kodak reflex camera with f 3.5 lens,
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Shop, 1116 S. University. )11B
1948 PLYMOUTH CLUB COUPE. Green.
Real clean car. See Smitty. Huron
Motor Sales. 222 W. Washington. NO
2-4588. )13B
1949 MERCURY SEDAN. Four door
green, radio, heater and over-drive.
Huron Motor Sales. 222 W. Washing-
ton. NO 2-4588. )15B
STANDARD PICA typewriter. Good con-
dition. Reasonable, 830 S. Main. )21B
FOR RENT
27 FOOT HOUSE TRAILER for rent.
Car necessary. Can be seen at Cozy
Corner Trailer Park, after 4 p.m.
2700 5. Wagner Road. )4C
CAMPUS APT. for four men. Furnish-
ed two bedroom apt. $140. Inquire
518 E. William. NO 3-8454. )3C

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