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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1956-

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1956

Wolverines

Capitalize

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Sooners Extend Victory String to 33;
Tulane, TCU, Georgia Tech Triumph

Entire Squad Gets To Play
Against Army in Early Rout
(Continued from Page 1) v

By The Associated Press
against Kansas State, was never
DALLAS - Oklahoma's W more magnificent. He ran for 140
football phantoms-Tommy Mc- yards, returned a kickoff for 54,
Donald and Clendon Thomas vied caught two passes for 61, threw one
for the glory and won ti almost pass for 27 and had one 47-yard
equally yesterday as they scored run nullified by a penalty.
three touchdowns apiece and ran Thomas was almost as spectacu-
Texas ragged for a 45-0 victory lar as he raced for 123 yards in 13
that brought the Sooners' winning carries.
streak to 33 straight. * * *
It tied the modern college record
and came within three of the all- Georgia Tech Triumps
time mark while the nation's No. 1 ATLANTA-Toppy Vann swar-
team was lashing Texas with its thy second unit quarterback for
second worst defeat in the 56-year Georgia Tech, passed for two
history of this ancient intersec- touchdowns, scored one and set up
tional game. another with some beautiful faking
McDonald, who was burned up yesterday as Tech tumbled crip-
last week when he failed to score pled Louisiana tate 39-7.

It was the third straight football
victory fo the season for Tech,
which went into the game ranked
No. 3 in the nation.
Despite leaving three of their
top four ends and their No. 1
quarterback on the bench with in-
juries, LSU made it interesting
for about 20 minutes. Then Tech's
depth, power, speed and alertness
made it a runaway.

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and uncanny quarterbacking guid-
ed Tulane to a 21-6 intersectional
football upset victory over Navy
yesterday.
Tulane, showing a vastly su-
perior line, scored in the first
quarter on a 74-yard march, in the
third on a 63-yard drive, and in
the fourth on a 59-yard drive.
*, * *
TCU Rolls On
TUSCALOOSA, Ala - Halfback
Ken Wineburg, shining in the re-
flected glory of All-American Jim
Swink, led powerful Texas Chris-
tian to a 32-6 gridiron victory over
feeble Alabama yesterday.
The Texans were expected to
win, and did but they didn't ever
exert themselves, limiting their
running attack to the same few
plays over and over again.

-Daily-Charles curtis
MICHIGAN'S FIRST SCORE--Tailback Jim Pace leaves his feet again, this time to bring Michi-
gan's first touchdown at 10:39 of the first quarter. The fleet back dove over right end from one yard
out. Wolverines in the goal line pile-up are fullback John Herrnstein (33), guard Dick Hill (69), and
quarterback Jim Van Pelt (24).

det Bob Munger. Barr capped the
drive three plays later by scoot-
ing over from the three-yard line.
The game began like a comedy
of errors. Pace, starting in place
of Ptacek, fumbled four plays after
the kickoff. Army gave the ball
back to the Wolverines two plays
later via the same route, but a
fumble by Kramer after he caught
Statistics
Army Mich
First downs 11 14
Rushing yardage 219 246
Passing yardage 25 124
Passes 1-8 7-11
Passes intercepted by 0 0
Punts 4-26 5-20
Fumbles lost 6 2
Yards penalized 75 75
a pass thrown by Pace gave the
evasive hunk of leather back to
Army.
Bob Kyasky, Army's halfback-
turned-quarterback, then faded
back to pass, but was hit viciously
by Kramer and fumbled on his
own 44. Tackle Jim Orwig fell on
the loose ball, and Pace scored
nine plays later.
Oosterbaan rested his first-
string players, and no scoring was
done until Barr crossed paydirt at
4:20 of the next period. Army fum-
bles by Gil Roesler and Dave
Bourland set up the other Michi-
gan drives in the initial half.
Herrnstem completed his long
run at 2:52 of the second half, and
the score stood at 34-0. After di-
recting Army to one of the few
first downs it made against the
first and second strings of Michi-

gan, Kyasky rumied and tackle
Dick Heynen recovered for 'M'.
Heynen had some sort of dis-
tinction by recovering three Army
fumbles. Barr, Orwig and guard
Tom Berger pounced on the other
thiee.
Michigan resorted to its single
wing attack throughout most of
the contest, as in contrast to the
first two games of the year, when
the Wolverines used both the single
wing and T formations extensively.
Army 0 0 0 14-14
MICHIGAN 7 20 21 0-48
Army scoring -- Touchdowns:
Kyasky 15, end run. Dawkins 9,
end run. Conversions: Murtland,
Hilliard.
Michigan scoring-Tochdowns:
Pace 1, plunge, Barr 3, run, Ptacek
1, plunge, Prahst 11, pass from
Shannon, Herrnstein 60, run, Van
Pelt 2, sneak, Maddock 3, run.
Conversions: Kramer 2, Mad-
dock 2, Van Pelt, Shannon.
BI6 TEN STANDINGS
W L T Left
Michigan State 2 0 0 4
Iowa ..........2 0 0 4
OhioState.....1 0 0 5
Minnesota .. ...1 0 1 5
Northwestern .0 0 1 6
MICHIGAN ...0 1 0 6
Illinois . . . .....0 1 0 6
Wisconsin .....0 1 0 6
Purdue ........0 1 0 6
Indiana.......0 2 0 4
Ties count 1/ game won,
x/ game lost
GAMES NEXT WEEK
Northwestern at MICHIGAN
Michigan State at Notre Dame
Penn State at Ohio State
Purdue at Wisconsin
Illinois at Minnesota
Iowa at Hawaii
Indiana at Nebraska

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*MICHIGAN 48, Army 14
*Ohio State 26, Illinois 6
*Iowa 13,┬░Wisconsin 7

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*Michigan State 53, Indiana 6
*Purdue 28, Notre Dame 14
*Northwestern 0, Minnesota 0 (tie)
SOUTH
Georgia 26, North Carolina 12
*Duke 14, SMU 6
Clemson 17, Wake Forest 0
Florida 7, Rice 0
*Georgia Tech 39, LSU 7
*Tulane 21, Navy 6
South Carolina 27, Virginia 13
* Texas Christian 23, Alabama 6
'Auburn 13, Kentucky 0
*Mississippi 16, Vanderbilt 0
EAST
Vermont 39, Rhode Island 13
Yale 33, Columbia 19
Princeton 34, Penn 0
*Penn State 43, Holy Cross 0
Harvard 32, Cornell 7
Connecticut 71, Massachussetts 6

Colgate 48, Rutgers 6
Maine 29, New Hampshire 7
*Syracuse 27, West Virginia 20
MIDWEST
Boston College 26, Marquette 19
Missouri 42, North Dakota State 0
*Kansas 25, Iowa State 14
Kansas State 10, Nebraska 7
" SOUTHWEST
Tulsa 14, Oklahoma A&M 14
* Baylor 14, Arkansas 7
*Oklahomna 45, Texas 0
FAR WEST
*Oregon State 21, California 13
UCLA 28, Washington State 0
*Washington 20, Oregon 7
Stanford 40, San Jose State 20
Utah State 27, Montana 13
Colorado 47, Colorado A&M 7
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