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TIDE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4;1956
YAGE a -
Oklahoma Escapes Upset;
Rally Tops Colorado, 27-19
Iaddock Stars on Drive
To Winning Touchdown
BOULDER, COLO (A3-Trailing
19-6 at halftime, Oklahoma's top-
rated football team struck for two
third period touchdowns on the
brilliant running of halfbacks
Tommy McDonald and Clendon
Thomas to defeat underdog Colo-
rado 27-19 yesterday.
The unranked Coloradans scored
in the first four minutes on a
blocked punt and sailed for two
second quarter touchdowns with
a furoius single wing assault. The
touchdown trips coverei 55 and 70
That shocked the Sooners, fa-
vored to win by four tochdowns,
r for only a period. They came roar-
ing back after the halftime rest
on touchdown drives of 80 and 48
yards. McDonald and Thomas de-
livered the key gains behind the
charged up Oklahoma line.
Midway in the fourth period the
Sooners wrapped it up with a
magnificent 91-yard march capped
by quarterback Jimmy Harris'
17-yard pass to Thomas in the
Colorado bolted to a 7-0 lead
after four minutes of play when
guard John Wooten blocked Okla-
homa fullback Billy Pricer's at-
tempted third down quick kick on
the Sooner 10. The ball bounced
into the end zone with Colorado
fullback John Bayuk recovering.
Oklahoma struck back late in
the first quarter with a 45-yard
touchdown march climaxed with
a 35-yard scoring pass from Har-
ris to McDonald.
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one forget about their earlier dis-t
After the Hawkeyes grabbed a
14-3 lead at halftime, 'Michigan
bounced back for a third-period
score. Late in the fourth quarter,.
moving back Iowa's desperate de-
fense, the Wolverines capped an
80 yd. drive that would have made
Frank Merriwell jealous.
With fullback John Herrnstean!
bulling for short yardage when iti
was desperately needed, and Mad-
dock guiding the team with artis-
try, the Maize and Blue droveE
towardi the goal line.
Time was running out. This hadl
to be it. No mistakes could be1
made. Short gains brought thel
ball to the Iowa 35.
Shatusky lost two, but Maddock1
found Ron Kramer clear and hit
him on the 18. Maddock faded'
again, hit again . . . this time it
FIRST SCORE-Ron Kramer se
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s field goal late in the first p
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* MSU Rebou
By The Associated Press
EVANSTON, Ill.-Ohio State's
;. - Buckeyes, favored by 20 points,
beat the halftime gun by 16 sec-
onds for a touchdown yesterday
and made it stand up for a 6-2
Big Ten football decision over
" tenacious Northwestern.
The conference victory was
Syracuse E gw
To Near Possl
By The Associated Press
SYRACUSE, N. Y.-Syracuse's
alert defense gobbled up three
Penn State fumbles and inter-
cepted three passes to come from
behind with a 13-9 victory yester-
day in a rib-rattling battle be-
tween two of the best teams in the
Moving a step nearer a pos-
sible Cotton or Gator Bowl bid,
Syracuse punched over the win-
ning touchdown with Chuck Zim-
merman smashing over from the
one in the final quarter after Dick
Aloise had recovered a fumbled
handoff by Al Jacks to Bruce Gil-
Penn State was assessed a cost-
ly 15-yard penalty in the final
minutes when Milt Plum, its triple
threat ace, attempted to re-enter
nds one through the uprights for
period of yesterday's game. The
rorthwestern, Sets Record;
nds, 33-0, Over Wisconsin
was Jim Pace on the 10. Less than
two minutes were left. Shatusky
picked up four for a first down.
Herrnstein got two more and the
pigskin rested on the Hawkeye two,
Then Shatusky, on a play he'll,
be telling little Shatuskies aboutI
years from now, drove into pay-
dirt. Kramer converted and Michi-
gan was in. Moments later Ed
Shannon intercepted an Iowa pass
and Michigan rode the clock until
it reached "0."
Michigan scored its first six-
pointer early in the third period.
ending a 68-yd. march that started
with the opening kickoff of the
half. This time it was Jim Van
Pelt at the helm striving to get
his team back into the game.
Shatusky drove through left tackle
for the final three yards.
The actual margin of victory
was contributed by Kramer, who
booted a 12-yd. field goal near
the end of the opening stanza.
Iowa came back in the second
quarter to score twice and the
scoreboard clock read 14-3 in favor
of the home team.
Iowans were wondering if his-
tory would repeat itself ... it did.
Take nothing away from the
Hawkeyes. They all but demol-
ished the Wolverines in that sec-
ond quarter. With Ken Ploen and
Randy Duncan alternating the
signal calling chores, Evashevski's
eleven made its move.
Duncan hit halfback Del Kloew-
er with a 13-yd. scoring pass at
8:05 and Ploen raced 33 yards
into the end zone less than five
Ploen gave the Wolverines head-
aches all day, fading back to pass,
sometimes doing so, but more often
keeping the ball and running for
long gains. Alex Karras, a huge
tackle, led the rugged Iowa line.
Michigan Coach Ben Oosterbaan
tried everything he could think of,
shaking up his line on many occa-
sions. Al Sigman, Dick Hill and
Mike Rotunno all played standout
games despite being hampered by
ILLINOIS, PURDUE TI
MINNEAPOLIS - Ailing Dick
Borstad's dramatic field goal with
ene from the
by Dick Cramer
Same Old Story
special to The Daily
IOWA CITY, Iowa-Forest Evashevski spoke yesterday for the
record Iowa-partisan crowd after his squad's defeat.
"It looks like we just can't beat them."
What else could the Iowa coach say after suffering another bitter
defeat at the hands of Michigan.
But, quite in contrast to his tight-lipped display of temper after
last year's defeat at Ann Arbor, this was a calm, though terribly
disappointed head coach. Last year he had issued a brief statement to
the press and had returned to the dressing room, refusing to answer
any further questions.
Now he had learned to believe that anything could happen to his
team when it plays Michigan and his bitterness was replaced by
stoicism. "We just can't beat 'em," he repeated.
It wasn't just fate, however, for Michigan. The Wolverines won
the game by outplaying and outcharging Iowa in the crucial second
half. Coach Bennie Oosterbaan decided early that depth might be
the key to victory and substituted early to a much greater degree
than he had done in previous games This left Michigan with a seem-
ingly much fresher team when the time for the "big push" came in
the late stages of the game.
Most of the members of Michigan's first three lines saw plenty
of action. Only second-string guard Jerry Marciniak was completely
missing because of a chest injury.
As the pressure mounted on the trailing Wolverines late in the
game, key players were available for heavy duty. Michigan's line
finally pushed the tired Hawkeyes.
The openings were cleared for the necessary running yardage.
especially for fullback John Herrnstein.
Yesterday, Jim Maddock's passes were less spectacular than in
last year's Iowa game, when he threw to ends Ron Kramer and Tom
Maentz; but his throwing came at vital points when the climactie
Wolverine drive threatened to stall.
It was a different set of backfield heroes for Michigan yesterday.
Terry Barr was reduced to an inspiring token-appearance in the final
period, Jim Pace had fewer of his dazzling runs and Jim Van Pelt
saw less action than usual.
But Maddock, John Herrnstein and Mike Shatusky did more
"than could be expected," according to Oosterbaan. Ron Kramer also
played a rugged game, especially when the chips were down.
Shatusky, a halfback from Menominee, had played only sparingly
before-today's date, behind Barr and Ed Shannon. Yesterday he came
into his own with spirited running which produced both of Michigan's
With the Michigan victory, next week's Iowa-Minnesota and
Michigan-Illinois clashes assume major importance in helping to settle
the Big Ten race.
Ohio State's 16th league decision
in a row setting an all-time Big
Ten winning streak.
The hard-won triumph rubbed
out the previous mark of 15 that
first had been registered by Mich-
igan in a span between 1946 and
The aroused Wildcats cruised
eS Penn Sta
the game in an illegal substitu-
Penn Upsets Harvard
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Pennsyl-
vania shook off years of frustra-
tion to stun Harvard, 28-14, yes-
terday with Frank Reipl and Rich
Ross engineering the Quakers de-
ceptive multiple offense.
Penn built up a 14-0 first period
lead in gaining its first road tri-
umph since 1952. It also marked
the first time in the season that
the Quakers have managed four
touchdowns in a game.
Reipl, operating the option pass-
run sweep, fired a four-yard
fourth down pass to Ross early
in the final quarter to clinch the
to the Ohio State 1 when they
first got the ball in the opening
Bobby McKeiver's 56-yard sa-
shaying run set up the chance,
but the Buckeyes held and took
Finally, Buckeye quarterback
Frank Elwood was forced to punt
from the end zone. The kick was
blocked by Al Viola, the ball
bouncing behind the end zone
where it was pounced on by North-
western's Cliff Peart. It went as
With the clock running out be-
fore halftime, Ohio State's Tom
Dillman stole a Jack Ellis pass and
the sixth-ranked Buckeyes prowled
63 yards in 7 plays for the game's
EAST LANSING - Michigan
State's resourceful Spartans took
out a full measure of revenge
upon Wisconsin's inept Badgers
yesterday hauling out their once-
in-a-while passing strength for
a 33-0 Big Ten football triumph
before 53,647 fans.
Striking back with a furious
five-touchdown assault after last
week's 20-13 upset at Illinois that,
sent them spinning off the top of
the collegiate heap, the Spartans
combined a crisp offense and a
never-yielding defense and nearly
ran the ragged Badgers out of
Michigan State marched 68
yards in seven plays to score af-
ter the opening kickoff, stopped a
brief Wisconsin flurry and then
went 65 yards for a second touch-
at Pitt, 9-6, on Field Goal
less than three minutes left, his
second game-winning kick of the
season, brought unbeaten Minne-
sota a nerve-jangling 9-6 victory
over hardluck Pittsburgh yester-
Seconds after the injured Go-
pher fullback came through with a
bad-angle boot from the 23-yard
line, Pittsburgh's brilliant end,
Joe Walton, almost broke the
hearts of the Minnesota home-
coming crowd by speeding 77 yards
into the end zone with the Go-
But Pittsburgh was caught clip-
ping on the play and Walton's
last-gasp bid for Pitt victory went
down the drain.
college career in the final period,
to halfback Erich Barnes, from
the Illinois 9.
Dawson and Dick Miller of Illi-
nois kicked the extra points that
left the score in a knot. Miller
missed a fourth-quarter field goal
attempt from the Purdue 19.
* * *
almost ran out of breath in its
expected breather with Marquette
but went all-out in the fourth
quarter for a 19-13 victory over
the winless Warriors yesterday.
The Hoosiers struck 1ike
lightning for a touchdown on the.
first play of the game, a pass
from Steve Filipowski to end Norm
Craft good for 64 yards and a
touchdown. But Marquette almost
short circuited the Indiana pass-
ing attack after that.
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ILAFAYETTE, Ind-Purdue and Georgia Tech finally broke the It was the ninth consecutive
Illnois tied 7-7 yesterday in a shackles against a stout Duke de- win for Coach Bobby Dodd's team,
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