100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

November 18, 1956 - Image 6

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
Michigan Daily, 1956-11-18

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

PAGE SIX

THE MICMGAN DA11LY

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1956

PAGE SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1956

Five

First

Ho lf T Ds

Highugh t

zII-,

ictory;

Iowa

Glinchies

. o ,vl Bich;

Gophers

Edgy

JlsU

College Grid Scores

Hawkeye Win over OSU
Opens Door to Big Ten Title;

Defense Thrown to Winds
In High-ScoringEncounter
(Continued from Page 1)

BIG TEN
*MICHIGAN 49, Indiana 26
*Minnesota 14, Michigan St. 13
*Wisconsin 13, Illinois 13 (tie)
*Iowa 6, Ohio State 0
*Northwestern 14, Purdue 0
MIDWEST
Notre Dame 21, North Caro-
lina 14
*Baylor 26, Nebraska 7
Oklahoma A&M 25, Detroit 7
Kentucky 33, Xaxier 0
Oklahoma 67, Missouri 14
SOUTH
*Duke 26, Wake Forest 0
*South Carolina 13, Maryland 0
*Georgia Tech 27, Alabama 0
*Tennessee 27, Mississippi 7
*Auburn 20, Georgia 0

*Tulane 13, Vanderbilt 6
EAST
Dartmouth 27, Cornell 14
Brown 21, Harvard 12
*Pittsburgh 20, Army 7
*Yale 42, Princeton 20
*Syracuse 61, Colgate 7
SOUTHWEST
*Arkansas 27, Southern Meth-
odist 13
*Texas A&M 21, Rice 7
*Texas Christian 46, Texas 0
FAR WEST
*Washington 34, Stanford 13
*Oregon 7, Southern Califor-
nia 0
Oregon State 14, Idaho 10
Colorado 21, Utah 7
*Grid Picks Selections

IOWA CITY, Iowa (M-Iowa's
Hawkeyes soared right into foot-
ball heaven yesterday with a 6-0
victory over Ohio State for at
least a share of the Big Ten
championship and a Rose Bowl
appearance.
Not since 1922 has an Iowa
team" shared the title and never
has Iowa shown in a Bowl game.
The tremendous victory. wit-
nessed by a crowd of 57,732, gave
Iowa a 5-1 Big Ten record. The
Hawkeyes would get an undis-
puted championship if Michigan
defeats Ohio State next Saturday.
Ohio State came into the con-
test with a 4-0 season mark and
a record-breaking string of 17
conference victories. But the de-
fending Conference champions,
shooting for an unprecedented
third straight undisputed title
were licked by an Iowa squad that
refused to lose.
The only score of the brusingj
battle was a 17-yard pass in the
third. period from Kenny Pleon
to Jim Gibbons just inside the end
zone. The touchdown climaxed an
Iowa spurt from its 37 after the
kickoff.
Bhe

MINNEAPOLIS (M - Defiant
Minnesota, firing one last supreme
bid for a Rose Bowl trip that was
snatched from them by Iowa'sF
victory over Ohio State, slashed
70 yards in an all-or-nothing
drive that upse Michigan State
14-13 yesterday knocked the Spar-
tans out of the Big Ten title run-
ning.
Quarterback Dick Larson, tak-
ing over for Bobby Cox in the
fourth period, fused a Minnesota
comeback which climaxed with
fullback Bob Blakely's furious 27-
yard touchdown run with six and
one-half miutes left.
Borstad Boots Deciding Point
Dick Borstad, who twice before
this season had propelled Min-
nesota to fourth quarter victories
with, field goals, kicked a game-
winning extra point.
SThe Gophers, apparently un-
aware that Iowa's 6-0 victory had
shattered their Rose Bowl dream,
rolled back one final 'Michigan
State passing offensive in the
dying minutes before a chilled
but dinning crowd of 62,478.
For three quarters, Cox, almost
alone as a Minnesota offensive
threat, held off the manpower-
rich Spartans. Twice he inter-
cepted passes to either start Min-
nesota goalward or blunt the
Spartan onslaught.
PRO FOOTBALL TODAY
Baltimore at Detroit
Chicago Cards at Pittsburgh
Cleveland at Philadelphia
Los Angeles at Chicago Bears
New York at Washington
San Francisco at Green Bay

-Daily-Dick Gaskill
PTACEK HITS SHATUSKY-Mike Shatusky scores Michigan's
fifth TD of the afternoon on a pass from Bob Ptacek following
Gary Prahst's Interception of an Indiana aerial.

Also having a fine afternoon was
Barr, who ripped off 61 yards in
six rushes, threw one pass for 39
yards and caught one for 38 yards.
Jim Pace, playing mostly in the
first half, s-rked Michigan's first
quarter march with some dazzling
running.
Herrnstein started the touch-
down parade at 7:10 when he
smashed through tackle for one
yard. .
Indiana, starting the second half
with a 35-0 deficit, momentarily
stopped the contest from becom-
ing too one-sided by scoring twice
within the first six minutes after
intermission.

After Jim Yore scored for the
Hoosiers at 4:33, Bob Fee inter-
cepted a Jim Maddock pass, and
Indiana struck again, with Yore
running the final five yards to the
end zone.
Michigan, temporarily stunned
by the Indiana team, retaliated a
little more than two minutes later
when Barr scored his second
touchdown, this time around left
end from the Indiana 16.
The Wolverines defenses were
unable to contain the spirited Vis-
itors, and Indiana again scored be-
fore the third quarter was over.
Third-string Hoosier quarterback
Tom McDonald tossed an aerial
to Dave Whitsell at 12:11, and the
score stood at 42-20.
Barr Ends Scoring
Barr, aided by a beautiful down-
field block by Tom Maentz, ended
the Wolverine scoring when he
Oh, Well!!
Ind. Mich.
First Downs ....... 21 19
Rushing Yardage ..149 275
Passing Yardage ...146 142
Passes Attempted ... 23 17
Passes Completed .. 11 6
Passes Intcpd. by .. 2 4
Punts .............. 3 2
Punting Average ... 38 36
Fumbles Lost ...... 1 1
Yards Penalized ... 20 110
ran around left end for 26 yards
early in the final period. Maentz
booted the ball squarely through
the uprights, giving Michigan a
perfect seven-for-seven p o i n t -
after-touchdown record.
With time running out in the
game, sub,quarterback Norm Mac-
kin completed a 50-yd. pass to Tom
Aveni, whoisn't even listed on the
Indiana roster, and the end came
to a wild but enjoyable afternoon
at Michigan Stadium.

I

L

a

The QUARRY, Inc.
"Everything for the Amateur"

I

I

(1'e4 toupan t
1204 South University
SPAGHETTI
AND MEALS
OUR SPECIALTY
10:30 to 7:30 P.M. Daily
Except Saturday

-Daily-John Hirtzel
DRAWS FIRST BLOOD-Michigan's John Herrnstein (36) dives over for the first touchdown of the
game, aided by teammates Terry Barr (41) and Al Sigman (70). Indiana players pictured trying to
halt Herrnstein are Dave Whitsell (45), Arnold Steeves (52) and Pete Piccirillo (58).

I

NHL SCORES
Chicago 6, Toronto 3
Montreal 6, Detroit 3
Boston 4, New York 4

Next Week's Grid Picks

FILM

S LE

Th
University of Michigan

1. MICHIGAN at Ohio State
2. Arkansas vs. LSU
3. Baylor at SMU
4. Duke at North,'Carolina
5. Illinois at Northwestern
6. Indiana at Purdue
7. Kansas State at MSU
8. Kentucky at Tennessee
9. Maryland at N. Carolina St.
10. Minnesota at Wisconsin

11. Nebraska at Oklahoma
12. Notre Dame at Iowa
13. Oregon at Ore. St. (Thurs.)
14. Penn State at Pittsburgh
15. Southern California at UCLA
16. Stanford at California
17. TCU at Rice
18. Wake Forest vs. S. Carolina
19. W. Va. at Miami (Fla.) (Fri.)
20. Yale at Harvard

BIG TEN ALSO-RANS:
NU Subdues Purdue;
Illinois, Wisconsin Tie
e e e '

Monday &h esday, Nov. 1an 20 Only
Kodachrome 25%
All -Ekta chrome
Kodacolor discount
120-620 Ektachrome, Kodacolor
reg. 1.25-sale price 95c
135 Ektachrome, Kodacolor
Regularly Sale Price
20 Exposures . . . . 1.85 1.40
36 Exposures . . . . 2.60 1.90
8MM
Regularly Sale Price
Roll . ......2.40 1.80
Magazine . . . . 3.75 2.75
16MM
Regularly Sale Price
Roll.......7.15 5.35
Magazine . . .. 5.95 4.45

Rg

ELECTRIC RAZORS

THIS RING, your University of Michigan
Ring, carries an elegance befitting the
pride and dignity of every undergraduate
and alumnus.

REMINGTON .............. . .
SC HICK ....................
NORELCO ....... . . . . . . . . ...
"LADY" SCHICK .............
"LADY DUCHESS' REMINGTON

With
trade-in
12.95
12.49
9.90
5.00
8.25

Without
trade-in
17.20
16.74
14.20
9.25
12.50

EVANSTON, Ill. (M)-Failing to
cash in after four fumble recover-
les and two pass interceptions,
Northwestern yesterday overcame
its frustration to score on a mis-
firing fourth-down gamble by Pur-
due and another captured fumble
to defeat the favored Boilermakers
14 to 0.
The victory before 32,000 chilled
fans was the second Big Ten de-
cision for Northwestern in a row
-the first time the Wildcats, who
defeated Wisconsin last week, ac-
complished the feat since 1948.
Wisconsin, Illinois Tie
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (IJP)-Sid Wil-
liams, a little-known sophomore

quarterback who started the sea-
son as an end, passed and ran Wis-
consin to a fourth quarter touch-
down enabling the underdog Bad-
gers to tie Illinois 13-13, yesterday
in a Big Ten battle of also-rans.
Illinois, capitalizing on Wiscon-
sin fumbles, scored touchdowns in
both the first and second quarters
to grab a 13-6 halftime lead. How-
ever, Illinois' attack bogged down
in the second half which was domi-
nated by Wisconsin.

EXPERIENCED PART-TIME HELP WANTED
Must be available through Christmas.
ANN ARBOR CLOTHING
...113 South Maim

Big

Ten Standings

HAIRSTYLING
TO PLEASE YOU
featuring:
o PERSONALITY
o COLLEGIATE CUTS
o HAIRCUTTERS
The Dascola Barb(
Near Michigan Theater

11

/'p o

i

I

errs

W L
Iowa .........5 1
OSU .........4 1
Minnesota . .. .4 1
MICHIGAN ..4 2
MSU .........4 2
N'western ....2 3
Illinois .......1 3
Indiana ...... 4
Purdue .......0 4
Wisconsin . ...0 4

T
0
0
1
0
0
1
2
0
2

Pct. GL
.833 0
.800 1
.804 1
.666 1
.666 0
.400 1
.250 1
.200 1
.000 1
.000 1

-11

WYILKINSON!
Shop Early!
Lay-Awa

Monday 'til 8:30
Tues.-Sat. 9 to 5:30

__

Shop Wisely!

y Here!

THIS RING presented exclusively by Fol-
lett's Bookstore portrays the Official Uni-
versity Seal and Carillon Tower plus a
background of the State flower, with
your class numeral and degree.
THE RING is offered in 10K Gold at only
$3 8.42 which includes all taxes. Terms
are: Full payment or a deposit of $10.00,

11

11

I

T Cle!e°'I
A. Golf score
Gold finish case
Precision made.

gfib
er3

It's Time to Start Thinking of
CHRISTMAS
with GIFTS from Staeb & Huss
To help the shopper, may we suggest
Neckwear Jewelry #
Shirts Hosiery
Pajamas Pocketbooks
Sport Shirts Handkerchiefs
Robes Warm Jackets
Sweaters Belts-Suspenders
Scarfs Raincoats
Gloves Sport Coats - Suits
Hats Topcoats
ALL GIFTS APPROPRIATELY BOXED
This Xmas, more than ever, the wisest of "Santas"
will give things to wear.
STORE HOURS DAILY 9 A.M. to 5:30 P.M.

4

totalizer worn oil wrist!
e, pigskin strap. $5
Gift boxed.

t
r

Come

One,

Come

All!

C

B. Golf Ball Marker engraves full name
so it can't come off. 3 sets of type.
Waterproof ink for hundreds
of balls. J
C. Electric practice putter Returns balls
automatically, adjustabl. return distance.
15 minutes of practice equals $995
putting in 18 holes of gol f.

balance on delivery.

Tell Your Friends!

11 1 I

%jr-1111111killiv

11

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan