BY JIM BAAD
State's Best Game
IT'S THE BEST game we've played against Michigan since I've been
coach." This was Hugh "Duffy" Daugherty's casual locker room
compliment to one of the most powerful teams that Michigan State
has ever brought down for a showing in the Stadium.
The Green and White steamroller was just too much for the
Wolverines whose tenacious spirit of the first half was plowed under
in :the second with an onslaught of four MSU touchdowns. On the
State first eleven are at least four standouts who should be counted
as candidates for All-American honors if they play the rest of the
year the way they played against Michigan.
One would be Big .Dan Currie. The giant 6' 3" 225 pound center
was an inpenetrable barrier for the Wolverine backs all afternoon.
Daugherty claims he's "the best linebacker I've ever seen," and the
rest of the MSU team must agree as Currie was awarded the game
ball for his afternoon's labor's.
Walt Kowalczyk would be another worthy of national recognition
if performance against Michigan were the standards necessary. The
'Sprinting Blaclsriith' hammered out 104 yards on 17 carries for ,an
average of 6.3, and along with this scored his team's opening touch-
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... Badger flash
the Buckeyes' all-around superi-
Illinois had the ball three times'
in the first half and lost it each
time on a fumble, once after going
58 yards to the Ohio 19, again on
its own 41 after a 22-yard advance,
and the third after a 60-yard
drive to Ohio's ,36.
Illinois tied it in the first two min-
utes of the third period when Hal-
ler hit end Rich Kreitling witi a'
58-yard pass play which ended a
77-yard march in four plays.
Quarterback Jim Ninowski is another. His contribution? Merely
connection on seven of,1l passes for. 117 yards and two touchdowns.
This is all in only three quarters of play as Daugherty didn't feel
his quarterback's' unerring arm was needed in the last stanza.
And as a last candidate, the 'Golden Toe' himself Dave Kaiser.
It isn't necessarily for kicking feats, either. In fact Kaiser's toe
seemed to bothering him a bit in
the first half as he missed his first'
two attempts. His worthiness was
instead in the pass-catching and
knocking - down - Michigan ball-
carriers departments. On the sec-
ond play of the game he was on
the money end of a 44 yard Nin-
owski pass and he and the quar-
terback proceeded to play catch
for the rest of the afternoon.b
For out and out sensation, how-
ever, MSU's second string replace-
ment for Kowalczyk, Art Johnson;
stole the afternoon's spotlight. His
race around end for 62 yards and.
paydirt, seemingly outrunning Jim
Pace in the effort, was the longest
run of the day."
.f*<.'. Late in the game, Daugherty
gave the fans a look at the small-
DAN CURRIE est man on his team, diminutive
All-American? 5' 3" 143 pound speedster Hennie
Young, a crowdpleasing fullback,
and brother to the Illinois immortal, Buddy Young. The younger
Young showed his speed, gaining 27 yards in two plays from scrim-
image, catching a pass for 11 more, and scampering another 27 yards
with an intercepted pass. Playing at safety he demonstrated how a.
small man can play defense also, when he si-s1led into 200 pound
Bob Ptacek with a resounding tackle.
especially well in his rookie season
with the Packers.
' The Cleveland Browns, peren-
nial dominators of the Eastern
half of the pro league, are running
true to form, this season. This
afternoon's action will find them
r up against the hapless Philadel-,
phia Eagles who have yet to chalk
up their first win.
Encouraged by a fine perform-
ance by fullback John H e n r y
Johnson in last Sunday's game, the
Detroit Lions will be out for blood
when they meet the Los Angeles
Rams today in Briggs Stadium.
The -Lions also have been getting
a good deal of help from their two
fine quarterbacks, Bobby Layne
SXYLING ! I
and Tob inRote. -
Attempting to pull out of their,
present slump, the Chicago Bears
will take op1 the San .Francisco.
- Forty - Niners. The Forty - Niners'
overtook; the Rams for a 23-20
victory last week and are seeking
their second straight victory to-
day. However, the Bears, not living
up to p r e s e a s o n expectations,
could catch fire in this game.
New York and the youthful
Washington Redskins both victor-,
ious a week ago will fight it -out
in Washington today as will the
Chicago Cardinals and the Pitts-
IThe Da y'sR Bet. for Michigan. . * -
LTHOUGH OtJTRUSHED in the line and outgained in, the back-
field the Wolverines had their heroes, Jim Pace played an out-
standing ball game. On Michigan's only scoring play, incidentally the
first and only time anyone has been in State's end zone, Pace prac-
t.ically took tle ball down the field by himself. Of the 69 yards cov-
ered, Pace accounted for 53 of them, and on -his scoring run, he cov-
ered the ground practically unaided in the way of blocking.
Stan Noskin also added another fine game to his record. Playing
a good share of the time due to Jim Van Pelt's injury the Sophomore
quarterback, although harrassed all afternoon by charging Spartans,
threw well and engineered the Wolverines' only TD. -
THE INJURY LIST for Michigan is short, but rather dark at the
moment. Although no X-rays have been taken yet, John Herrn-
stein's reinjured ankle is not in the best of condition. He came off the
field under his own power, but had to be carried to the locker room
at halftime. He later appeared, dressed in street clothes and on
crutches, in the second half.
Van Pelt left the game in the first half with a leg injury, but a
taping job rendered him usable in the second half. Also rather ob-
vious by his absence was Brad Myers. He had been suffering from a
cold most of last week, but the coaches thought he might be recov-
ered by game-time. A fever Friday night, however, was Myers' ticket
to Health Service.
Summed up, it was a blue day for the Blue. Outrushed, outgaiied,
and outmanned, Michigan can be glad of one thing. It's over, and the
future should be, brighter.
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