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SUNRAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1956

TI[ MCIIIGAN DAlI.Y

PAGE THREE

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1956 THE MIChIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE

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Ilini Score;

Grid .Picks Scores
1MICHIGAN 17, Illinois 7 . More scores On Page 5 Alabama 13, Tulane 7
Ohio State 35, Indiana 14 Princeton 35, Harvard 20 Arkansas 27, Rice 12
Michigan State 12, Purdue 9 Oklahoma 44, Iowa State 0 Baylor 10, Texas 7
Northwestern 17, Wisconsin 7 Navy 7, Duke 7 Texas A&M 33, SMU 7
Iowa 7, Minnesota 0 Kentucky 7, Vanderbilt 6 UCLA 13, Washington 9
Yale 40, Penn 7 Tennessee 6, Georgia Tech 0 Oregon State 20, Stanford 19
Pittsburgh 26, Notre Dame 13, Clemson 6, Maryland 6 USC 20, California 7

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Key to Hawkeye Victory

For Victors
(Continued from Page 1)
engineered the, first touchdown
drive, gave way a short time later
to Maddock for the second Wolver-
ine scoring penetration. Michigan
had gotten the ball on a Woodson
punt after Illinois failed to make
a 'first down following the kickoff.
From their 42 the Wolverines
marched to pay dirt in 10 plays to
take the lead for good. Maddock
took advantage of openings in the
Illini defensive formations to ex-
plode for gains of 18 and seven
yards on quarterback sneaks.
Key Play
But the key play of the drive
was the ancient statue of liberty
when Michigan was fourth-and-
four-to-go on the Illini 12. Mike
Shatusky, last week's hero against
Iowa, took the handoff from Mad-
dock for seven yards and a first
down on the five.
On the next play-only the third
from the single wing for the Wol-
verines-Byers dashed over right
guard to score.
Illinois' defense tightened per-
ceptibly after that. Michigan was
unable to capitalize when the Illini
fumbled on their own 21 early in
Scalped
Ill. Mich.
First downs .........15 19
Rushing yardage.....209 329
Passing yardage .... 26 49
Passes attempted ... 12 7
Passes completed ... 3 2
Passse intercepted by 0 2
Punts............... 5 2
Punting average .... 30 41
Fumbles lost......... 1 3
Yards penalized .... 20 25
the third period. Another promis-
ing drive stalled pn the 15 from
which Kramer booted his field
goal.

MORE YARDAGE-Michigan's excellent blocking yesterday shows
up clearly as John Herrnstein dives for a short gain. Mike
Rotunno (81), Jim Van Pelt (24), and Jim Orwig (72) lead the
interference.
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MINNEAPOLIS OP)-Resurgent
Iowa sent its Rose Bowl hopes
soaring yesterday with a 7-0
upset victory .over Minnesota in
a jungle-law battle decided by
Hawkeye alertness in the face of
game-long Gopher fumbling.
The triumph left Iowa in posi-
tion to march to Pasadena for the
first time ever if it beats Ohio
State next Saturday. And even
if it loses Iowa can still get the
Bowl bid should Minnesota or
Michigan lose again.
Previously Unbeaten
Minnesota, previously unbeaten
and ranked sixth in the nation,
saw its own Rose Bowl ambitions
virtually dissolved in a swarm of
fumbles and intercepted passes.
One of the bobbles led directly
to Iowa's touchdown. Two more
stymied Minnesota drives that
were headed goalward.
Iowa, all but counted out of
the Rose Bowl sweepstakes after
losing to Michigan last week,
stormed 33 yards to a touchdown
in the first quarter behind the
line strikes of Don Dobrino and
Bill Happel and the clutch pass-
ing of quarterback Kenny Ploen.
Fullback Fred Harris bucked over

from the one on first down and
Bob Prescott converted.
It was a game of sustained vio-
lence between two bulky lines
which ultimately went to Iowa on
sheer refusal to buckle before
greater Minnesota r e s e r v e
strength.
Minnesota made one last over-
ture to the 11-yard line in the
fourth period but sophomore full-
back Bob Blakley fumbled going
for a first down and the play
fell short.
Right half Bob Schultz, consis-
tently the Gophers' most reliable
halfback, fumbled three times, the
first of which led to Iowa's touch-
down.
Ploen kept the drive going with
two pivotal passes, one a five
yarder to Harris that went to the
eight and a seven-yarder' to Jim
Gibbons on fourth down which
pushed the Hawks to the one.

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EAST LANSING (P)-Michigan
State hung on to an edge of two
first half touchdowns and fought
off persistent and hard hitting
but hard luck Purdue yesterday
and won a narrow Big Ten foot-
ball decision 12-9.-
Purdue, operating without quar-
terback Lenny Dawson, the top
Conference passer, was within a
foot of tying or winning the game
in the third quarter.
The Boilermakers staged a good
55-yard drive when threatening
in the third period. They went
down to the one but were pena-
lized back to the six.
State also just missed two
touchdowns-both in the first
half-one by a fumble andthe
other by a valiant fourth down
Boilermaker stand one foot from
the goal.
Both MSU touchdowns came af-
ter short drives. One was on a
27-yardpass by JimnNinowski to
Harold Dukes in the end zone. On

the other, Don Arend carried over
from the eight. He fumbled but

Tony Koloziej jumped on the
for the score.

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second half except for one f
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10.
Michigan's first two lines
backs Barr, Byers and Herrn.
starred in the job of holding
Illini who could never be cou
out of the game because of
explosive runners.
Perhaps the greatest satisfa
in the aftermath of the Mich
victory was that no serious inj
were apparently incurred.
should be able to return to ac
during the week despite a re
rence of his injury. Linemen.
Rotunno and Al Sigman were
only other Wolverines even t
shaken up much yesterday.
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