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May 18, 1958 - Image 2

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"_THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Blues Win Annual Spring Game
By JIM BENAGII
But the varsity Blues turned to others while sprinting to the end their chances for the extra point.
Michigan's varsity gridders got single-wing power plays and a zone. On the last play of the game,
together after a shabby first half couple of Jim Sytek's passes to rip Husky Lovell Farris, a 210-lb. freshmen fullback Fitzgerald made
to march over an undermanned, up the Whites in the last half. end, guided him for the last 50 use of blocks by Dave Palomaki,
but spirited, White-shirted reserve In the Whites' lone score, the yards by jostling the Blues' deter- Paul Poulos and Jim Byers to dive
team, 21-6, in the spring finale most exciting play of the after- mined safetyman Fred Julian with up 'the middle for a three - yd.
yesterday at Michigan Stadium. noon, quarterback Jim'McPherson blocks. A running attempt for the touchdown. Bushong kicked the
The hustling Whites thwarted found halfback John Zanglin in extra point failed. conversion for the final point,
six of their foe's scoring drives in the right flat alone and hit him The Blues had control of the The Blues best run was nullified
the first half and presented them with a short pass. ball most of the first half and roll- earlier in the day when freshman
with a spectacular 79-yd. touch- Then Zanglin, one of the small- ed to the most yardage, 217-164, Harry Newman, Jr., son of the
down in taking a 6-0 halftime est men on either squad, shook off but an impregnable, freshman- former All America quarterback,
lead- a couple of defenders and evaded studded White line was at its best grabbed Joe Brefeld's long punt
. .. when the Blues wanted points. on the Blue 32, cut across the field
With tailbacks Darrell Harper and shot down the sideline to the
Sand Reid~ Bushong, a- freshen, end zone untouched. His team,
eating up second-half yardage, the however, had been offside on the
Blues got back into the game. kick.
":fr<..Fred Julian, Harper and Dennis Morton Trophy winner Dick
Fitzgerald capped three long, sus- Syring led the Blues' defense dur-
y4tained drives with touchdown runs. ing the second half-calling the
Julian's counter came midway signals with amazing poise.
............. through the third period - after-_
Bob Ptacek quarterbacked the
varsity eleven for a 10-play march.
Ptacek's own eight-yd. keeper on Summa Cum Laude
a belly-series set up the score and
Julian punched it over from the
three.
;. Ptacek then faked White line-
men on a handoff and pitched out
to Harper for a two-point conver-
sion and the lead, 8-6.
In the last period, Sytek hit end
John Halstead-with a 47-yd. aerial
to the Whites' 17-the key play of
a 70-yd. drive. Three plays later
INCOMPLETE-White's Gerry Smith tackles an unidentified Blue Harper tallied 17 yards on a power
receiver after a forward pass. The work was all in vain, however, play. The Blues fumbled away
since the bll squirted out of the receivers hands and went for an HILLEL
incomplete pass. The Blues won, 21-6.
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