SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1958
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
_U D. O E M E._ ._5, a _I . I AA L
the pey/ ite-
WITH DAVE GREY
reg Sate Upsets Stanford, 20-19;
Tennessee Shuts Out Georgia Tech, 6-0
College Grid Scores
Dartmouth 14, Columbia 0 Colorado 14, Missourai 14
Syracuse 41, Holy Cross 20 West Virginia 13, VMI 6
Army 34, William and Mary 6 North Carolina 21, Virginia7
Nebraska 26, Kansas 20 Texas Tech 21, Texas Christian 7
Auburn 27, Miss. State 20 Drake 26, Detroit 13
L L E t T
Anything Does Happen
The Big Ten is a brutally powerful football conference in which the
phrase "anything can happen., ..and usually does" seems to hold
true every weekend. There were two quite important games yesterday:
Iowa beat Minnesota and Michigan beat Illinois.
Just take the scramble that lies ahead. On the inside track for
the Conference title are Ohio State, Michigan State, and Iowa. There
is a good chance that there will be a tie for the valued champion-
ship, but still most of the interest falls on who will get the Rose
Bowl bid by capturing-at least-third place.
In the thick of the Rose Bowl fight are three teams-Iowa,
Minnesota, and Michigan. And the chips are down next weekend when
Iowa meets Ohio State at Iowa
City and Minnesota faces Michi-
gan State at Minneaoplis. When
Michigan meets a "so-called brea-
ther" in Indiana here, the Wolve-
rines main problem will be keeping
their thoughts on the game in
~ the Stadium.
For again here's the complex
situation from the biased-Blue
standpoint. In order to have a
"California's chance" going into
the final game against Ohio State
at Columbus, Michigan must
count on two of its very strong
arch rivals-OSU and MSU-to
win. If Michigan State can defeat
Minnesota, and Ohio State can de-
feat Iowa, the outcome of the
Rose Bowl bid will hinge once
again entirely on the Michigan-
Ohio State clash.
The 7-defeat of Minnesota
now puts Iowa in the best spot,
JIM PACE because 1) it can clinch the bid
.nearly 200 yards by beating OSU and 2) the Hawk-
eyes can still make the trip if
they lose to Ohio State and Michigan loses at Columbus.
But Minnesota, too, can still sneak in with wins over MSU and
It's almost enough to make ope forget about Michigan's sweet
revenge over Illinois. As against Iowa, yesterday's game was another
close one that saw the Michigan machine eventually gain momentum
with a solid running attack.
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan and staff seemed to beat the Illini
at their own game with a speedy attack run primarily from the T-
Noticeably missing was the shift on the few single wing plays,
as the Wolverines sped up their signal calling. Also a slight difference
in the unbalanced offensive line had the left end and tackle on
the "weak side" spaced out more as in the split-T formation.
The Score Could Have Been Higher...
The score could easily have been higher with all the breaks that
stalled long drives on both sides. Especially significant was how well
the pass patterns for both teams were clicking to get a man free.
The only thing missing was the completions. A couple of more accu-
rate throws at the right time could have altered the total scoring
by a couple of touchdowns.
Jim Pace with approximately 200 yards gained via runs, passes,
and kick returns was Michigan's chief counter attack to the light-
ning-fast backfield of the Illini. The Blue defense had to be alert all
day against the dangerous end sweeps, flankers, pitch-outs and
laterals. After the first few agonizing moments of play, the defense
was more-than-equal to its task.
Whip Holy Cross
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pulled a surprise passing attack
out of a hat yesterday and stirred
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botre whpped their d Tennsyes game to the air to beat the In-1
terday and thus were almost as- dians at their specialty.
sured of appearing in Bowl games. First, substitute tailback Paul
Oregon State beat Stanford's Lowe threw a pa.As to Earnel Dur-
John Brodie at his own passing den on a play cvering 59 yards
game yesterday edging the Indians, to the Stanford 15. Two plays later
20-19, and virtually wrapping up ;Paul Lowe, tailb ack, scored on a
its first Pacific Coast title and nine yard drive t h'rough the Stan-
Rose Bowl bid since 1941. ford line.
The Beavers could meet Iowa in Oregon tied the game as tail-'
a rematch in the Pasadena Bowl. back Joc Francin threw a 21 yard'
Iowa beat Oregon State, 14-13, in pass to end Frank Negri in the end
an early season game. zone. John Clarke clinched it as
SfA d H dLhe made good tbh conversion.
hind Georgia Tech. The victory
made the Vols the top choice for
a Cotton or Sugar Bowl bid and
gave them 4 good chance of re-
placing Oklahoma as the nation's
no. 1 football team.
Fullback Tommy Bronson
actually got the Vol's score mid-
way of the third period on a one
yard plunge, but it was Johnny
Major's passes to Buddy Cruze-
a 19-yarder to Tech's 46 and a 45-
yarder to the one-that made it
Monday 'til 8:30
Tues.-Sat. 9 to 5:30
... Scores twice for Sooners
TEXAS A&M ROLLS
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Stanford had led, 19-7, going
into the final period. Then the
Beavers switched from a running
Tennessee Tops Tech
In a battle be tween two unbeat-
ens, Tennessee topped Georgia
Tennessee went. into the gamel
a touchdown undierdog and ranked
third nationally, one notch be-
Boston 3, Montreal 1
Detroit 6, New York 4
Toronto 4, Chicago 1
Clemson, Coorado Tie;
Bolster Bowl Bid H pes
Texas A&M and Clemson, by
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winning and tying respectively, re- son for undefeate C son un-
ning in front as representative
mained undefeated and greatly of the Atlantic Coast Conference
enhanced their chances for 1956 for the Orange Bowl. Clemson tied
bowl bids. Florida, 20-20, in its second game
Texas A&M's scythe-like ground of the season.
attack, featuring mighty John In other important games, Okla-
Crow, and a defense that rattled homa continued its fabulous win-
Southern Methodist to its cleats,; ing skein by downing Iqwa State, l
swept to a crushing 33-7 victory 44-0, and Texas Tech up.et highly
and first place in the Southwest rated Texas Christian, 21-7. In a
Conference football race yester- Big Seven game, Colorado, by tying.
day. Missouri, moved into line as Okla-
Maryland converted a fumble homa's probable substitute to the
into a last quarter touchdown yes- Orange Bowl.
terday to tie Clemson, 6-6, in a 57th Straight
brutal defensive battle which The victory, Oklahoma's 57th
soured but didn't spoil outright straight in the conference gave the
Orange Bowl aspirations of the Sooners the all time Collegiate
Tigers from South Carolina. Record for consecutive games won.
It was the second tie this sea- Oklahoma's t o u c h d o w n twins,
Clendon Thomas and Tommy Mc-
Donald each accounted for a pair
of touchdowns in the Sooner vic-
OSU ties ory,
A third string Texas Tech full-
h back Charlie Dixon, dashed off
Ia 17 the bench today to stage a rout
of Texas Christian University in
s " a stunning 21-7 upset of the de-
ietine 35-1 nding S o u t h w e s t Conference
Colorado turned two Missouri
COLUMBUS, Ohio (A)-Ohio fumbles into touchdowns on passes
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terday as the Bucks defeated the Orange Bowl trip for the Buffs as
Hoosiers, 35-14, for their 17th a Big Seven substitute for Okla-
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