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,loss THE MICHMIGAN DAILY

Freshmen

Cage rs

Upset M Varsity, 70-61

Finlal Grid Statistics
Mich. Oppon.
FIRST DOWVNS ......,. ...... ...........107 .107
By Rushing ................ .............................. 70 88
By Passing ..................................33 17
By Penalty...................................... 4 2
NET YARDlS RUSHING ..................................... 1359 1596
Number of Attempts ............................... ..... 393 470
Yards per Attempt................................... 3.5 3.4
NET YARDS PASSING.............................. ......... 772 402
Forward Passes Attempted ................................ 115 86
Forward Passes Completed ................................. 44 28
Passes Had Intercepted................................... 12 10
% of Passes Completed................................... 38.3 32.6
-Yards per Pass Attempt ................................... 6.7 4.7
NET YARDS-RUSHING AND PASSING ...................... 2131 1998
Number of Plays......................................... 508 556
Yards Per Play ............................................ 4.2 3.6
PUNTS......................................................... 52 59
Yards on Punts.......................................... 1946 2179
Average Distance Per Punt......... ...... ................ 37.4 36.9
FUMBLES ..... .............................................. 25 32
Ball Lost By Fumbles ...................................... 17 19
PENAL.TIES......................... ....................... 54 53
'Yards Penalized......................................... 499 506
POINTS .................................................... 179 94
POINTS IN BIG TEN ..... ..... ,.................111 85
INDIVIDUAL RUSHING

ALSO HONOR 30 RESERVES :
Coaches Award 38$ Varsity Letters
The following players received AreaslenPr;PuT.A MlrJJcko;or
M' letters for varsity football: J reaoAlnPr;Pu .A ilr rJcsn od
Louis G. Baldacci, Akron, 0.; Baldwin, South Escanaba; Tho- Morrow, Ann Arbor.
Terryiwake, A. Barr, Grand Rapids; mas E. Berger, Detroit; Alexander David G. OwenMlake
James V. Bates, Farmington, H. Bochnowski, Munster, Ind.; DieonadrF.gembs,A eAr;]
James N. Bowman, Charlevoix; James A. Dickey,. Miamisburg, 0.;anMike Rdiuezl,FAnnt;Arbor;
Tony D. Branoff, Flint; Charles . r .RhlFit ih
E. Brooks, Marshall; George R. Jerry I. Gonser, Saline; James P. Shatusky, Menominee; Robe:
Corey, Baden, Pa.; Clement L. Cor- Gray, Battle Creek; Robert L. Sriver, Mishawaka, Ind.; Wi
ona, Berwick, Pa.: James H. Da_. Henderson, Evansville, Ind.; Jerry B. Steinmeyer, Toledo, 0.; Ste
vies, Muskegon Heights; Dale L. D. Janecke, Rock Island, Ill. J. Zervas, Hazel Park.
Eldred, North Minneapolis, Minn. Richard L. Ketteman, Toledo, 0.;
Lawrence J. Faul, River Forest, Walter W. Klinge, West Brook- PGetsd'
Ill.; James W. Fox, Saginaw; Jer- lyn, Ill.; Charles E. Krahnke, P iit
ry P. Goebel, Grosse Pointe; John NWOLAS(
C. Greenwood, Bay City: Thomas NEWaOLEANSture
Hendricks, Jr., Detroit; Richard B. Ta itr burgh's independent Golden
Heydenc Grand Rapids; Edward L. All football letter winners are thers will meet a yet unn:
Hickey, Anaconda, Mont.; David asked to report at Rentschler's Southern Conference team i
J. Hill, Ann Arbor; Richard F. Studio, 319 East Huron, Mon-. Sugar Bowl football game
Hil, An Abor Eal Jhnsn, r.,day, November 28, at 12:15 p.m., Jan. 2.
HlAnn Arbor; alJhnoJ. for the squad picture. 'The New Orleans Mid-W~
Carl R. Kamhout, Grand Haven; --Bennie G. Oosterbaan Sports Assn., sponsor of the'
Stanley P. Knickerbocker, Chel- announced Pitt's selection ye
sea; William P. Kolesar, Mentor, Charlevoix; John C. Kreger, Jr., day and said the Panthers'
0.; Ronald J. Kramer, East De- Flat Rock; Frederick L. Krueger, ponent will be named after
troit; James A. Maddock, Chica- Allen Park; Jack R. Lousma, Ann urday's traditional SEC game
go, Ill.; Thomas S. Maentz, Hol- Arbor; Ernest H. McCoy, Uni- 'Uppermost in the minds of;
land; Robert L. Marion, Muskegon versity Park, Pa.: Joseph H. Me- ciation officials are A u b
Heights; 0. Edgar Meads, Oxford; Koan, Algonac; William D. Mac- Georgia Tech, Mississippi
John M. Morrow, Jr., Ann Arbor; Phee, Grand Haven; Charles F. Vanderbilt, but not necessari
Marvin R. Nyren, Des Plaines, Ill. Matulis, East Chicago, Ind.; John~ that order.
James B. Orwig, Toledo, 0.;
James E. Pace, Little Rock, Ark.;
H. John Peckham, Jr., Sioux Falls,
S.D.; David F. Rentschler, De-
troit; Michael J. Rotunno, Canton,
0;EwrJ.SannChcgIll.; Albert L. Sigman, Ann Ar- 100%
bor; James S. Van Pelt, Jr., Ev-
anston, fll.
Tefollowing were awarded re- WO A A D N
serve football letters:
Peter J. Aluzzo, Detroit; George , -,- s-, . ,- ,. -a'

Branoff,Jhb ....................
Barr, hb ......................
Baldacci, fb...................
Pace, hib .....................
Hill, fb .......................
Hickey, hb....................
Hendricks, hb.................
Shannon, hb-fb ................
Corey,Jhb .....................
Kramer, ae.....................
Johnson, fb...................
Knickerbocker, Jb.......
Maddock, qb..................
Van Pelt, qb...................
Greenwood, qb .................
Maddock, qb ...................
Van Pelt, qb..................
Barr, hb ......................
Hendricks,, hb .................
Branoff, hb....................
Baldacci, lb ...................
Greenwood, qb .................
Pace, hb ......................
Hill, fb........................
Johnson, fb...................
Kramer, ae.....................
Sriver, hb ....................

G Att. Gain Lost Net Ave.
,..... 9 86 419 32 387 4.5
...... 9 63 296 51 245 3.9
,...., 9 69 239 21 218 3.2
,......8 32 199 27 172 5.4
..,.. 8 29 119 8 111 3.8
,..... 8 17 82 15 67 3.9
...... 7 24 81 20 61 2.5
,.....7 11 40 - 40 3.6'
...5 4 43 4 39 9.8
,... ..7 5 29 - 29 5.8
..... 6 9 25 1 24, 2.7
,..... 2 15 - 15' 7.5
,..... 9 23 52 60 -8 -0.3
,..... 9 18 30 50 -20 -1.1
...... 5 1 - 21 -21 -21.0
9 393 1669 310 1359 3.5
PASSING %
G Att. Comp.Comp. Into Yds. TD
..... 9 52 20 38.5 3 343 2
..... 9 21 9 42.9 1 139 2
,..... 9 16 6 37.5 2 119 -
..... 7 2 2 100.0 - 51 -'
..... 9 8 2 25.0 1 49 1
,......9 4 3 75.0 1 42 2
...... 5 2 1 50.0 1 23 -
...... 8 6 1 16.7 1 6 "
..... 8 1 - 0.0 ..-
... ....6 1 -. 0.0 - -
...... 7 1 - 0.0 1"
..... 1 1 0.0 1 "
19 115 44 38.3 12 772 7

i freshmen last night.
Burton, Lee Lead Winners;
M' Regulars Divde 'Scoring

TOTAL OFFENSE

No.
G Plays Yds. Ave.

Branoff, Jib............................................ 9
Barr, hb................................................ 9
Maddock, qb ........................................... 9
Baldacci, lb............................................. 9
Pace, ib .............................................S8
PASS RECEIVING

94
79
75
73
38

436
364
335
260
178

G
Kramer, e................ . ..................... 7
Maentz, e ....................................... 7
Barr,Jhb ................... .......................9
Hickaey, Jb......................................... 8
Rotunno, e ............................. 9
Van Pelt, qb .........*................ 9
Branoff, hb ....................................... 9
Maddock, qb....................................... 9
Shannon, Jhb-fb ........... . . . . .
Pace, hb............... ......................... 8
Hill, fb..'.................. ................. 8
Hendricks, hb .......... ...... ............ ...7
9
PUNTIN4G G
Branoff, Jhb ........................................ 9
Pace; Jib............................................ 8
Maen~tz, e ... ...............................:......7
Maddock, qb ...........................9
Kramer, e .......................................... 7
.Van Pelt, qb ....................................... 9
Baldacci, lb ........................................ 9
Team .............................................. 9

No. Yds.
12 224
11 253,
4 74,
4 47
3 30
3 21
2 44
2 25-
1 39
1 13
1 -3
" 5la
44 772
3No. Yi
4 V1
15 fi
12 41
10 31
8 21
I 1blkd.
52 19!
PAT
TT PAT FG

Ave.'
18.7
23.0
18.5
11.8
10.0
7.0
22.0
12.5
39.0
13.6
tt. -
17.5

4.6
4.6
4.5
3.6
4.7
TD
4
3
7

By JIM BAAD
A string was broken last night
at the annual freshman-varsity
pre-season basketball scrimmage.
For the first time in Coach Bill
Perigo's tenure as coach the
freshmen came out on top, out-
playing the varsity all the way.
The first year men led 34-25 at
the half, and wound up the game
on the winning end of the 70-61
final score.
All Smiles
"They looked very good out
there tonight," he said. "They
were certainly outshooting us (the
varsity), however this was the hot-
test I've seen the freshmen and
my boys just weren't hitting the
basket."
This was certainly the big fac-
tor in the outcome of the gamy,
as two freshmen, George Lee, 6'3"
and M. C. Burton, 6'5", put on a
two man scoring splurge, hardly
Final Hop
(AP) -Howard "Hopalong"
Casady ended his collegiate ca-
reer at Ohio State in a blaze of
headlines"Saturday to earn As-
sociated Press recognition as
Back of the Week."
ever missing the basket. Burton
was high man for either side with
21 points. Lee had 18.
The varsity was "just off" ac-
cording to┬░ Perigo. He laid the
blame for their poor shooting on
a rather strenu~ous practice that
af ternoon.
Stars Not On
Neither Tom Jorgensen nor Jim
Barron could hit the basket with
'their usual accurateness. Barron 's
heavily taped knee, which he fav-
ors a little, looked as if it were
giving him a little trouble, but
both he and Perigo insist that it
hasn't been bothering his shoot-
ing any.
Jerry Stern, who has a half year

'ds. Ave.

of eligibility left, and who Perigo
is considering for the back line
position with Ron Kramer and
Pete Tillotson, threw in 12 points
which was high for the varsity.'
Tillotson had 10 points, and
Kramer, on the basketball court
for the first time this season, col-
lected 10 points.

176
41
602
463
365
266
24
9
946

SCORING
G
Kramer, e .......... ..................... 7
Barr, Jb ..................................9
Baldacci, fb ............................... 9
Branoff, b ................................ 9
Maentz, e................................... 7
Pace, Jib... ............................... 8
Maddock, qb ........................9
Hill, lb...................................... 8
Rotunno, e .................................. 9
Shannon, Jb-fb...........................7
Johnson, lb............................ 6
V an Pelt, qb............................... 9
Team ........................... ........ 9
9
OPPONENTS ............. ................9

TD
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26
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12 -
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40
21 0
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44.0
41.0
40.1
38.6
36.5
33.3
24.0
9.0
37.4
Pts.
36
30
24
21
18
12
8
6
6
6
6
4
2
179
94

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