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THE IMICHIGAN, :DAILY

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7, M7

THE MICHIGAN DAILY ST.NDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1957 ~

Wolverines

Blow

21-7

Half time

Lead

Iowa Takes Advantage
Of 'M' Lapses To Tie

-Daily-Frea Sippey
SHORT-LIVED LEAD-Michigan's left end Gary Prahst (86) took
in this Van Pelt pas 'and managed to free himself from the grasp
of the Iowa safety and stagger into tke end zone to give Michigan
a 13-7 lead.

Big Ten Standings

(Continued from Page 1)
punt return in the hands of Jim
Pace.
Pace took the ball on his own
35, received good blocks to thet
midfield stripe, and then dodged
and ran through tacklers all the
way to the endzone for a 65 yard
touchdown run, the longest of the
year for Pace or anyone else on
the Michigan team. Van Pelt's
conversion was good and the score
was tied.
Michigan was ready to go after
Pace's inspiring run. The Wol-
verine's broke up the Iowa eight
man line with a series of quick
opening plays, and then concen-
trated on passing to move the ball
for two quick scores.
Prahst Scores on Pass
Van Pelt threw a 31 yard pass
which Gary Prahst made a leap-
ing catch of for the second touch-
down. This terminated a drive
from Michigan's 44 yard line.
The third and final Michigan
touchdown came after an inter-
ception of an Iowa pass by Mike
Shatusky, who ran it down to
Iowa's ten before being pulled
down. Stan Noskin directed the
attack from there, taking it in
himself from the one.
It' looked like Michigan was do-
ing it again. They had been be-
hind in the first quarter and had
come back magnificently in the
second. Hopes were high for a
Wolverine victory.
Wolverines Suffer Letdown
A combination of factors came
about in the game's second half,
however, to slowly melt the vision
away. Michigan again suffered
from its most chronic ailment,
third period letdown, and the
Hawkeyes refused to lay down and
die, as they have for the past four
years.
It was a completely different
ball game. Iowa took the ball on
the kickoff and marched down the
field to paydirt. Second string full-

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Ohio State . . .4
Iowa .........3
Mich. State . .4
MICHIGAN . .2
Minnesota ...3
Purdue .......2
Wisconsin ... .1
Illinois .......1
Indiana ......0.
N'western ... 0
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2 0
2 0
3 0
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4 0
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GAMES

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Michigan at Illinois
Purdue at Ohio State
Cincinnati at Indiana
Wisconsin at Northwestern
Minnesota at Iowa
Notre Dame at Michigan State

back Don Horn carried the ball for
the six points. End Bob Prescott
converted and Iowa was right back
in the ball game.
When Michigan next got the
ball it appeared it' too was going
all the way. Sticking to a slashing
ground attack, the Wolverines
moved 56 yards, only to be stalled
on the Iowa 20. After this drive,
the Wolverine offense was done
for the day.
ilawkeyes Tie Score
After an exchange of punts,
Iowa punched its way through the
tiring Michigan defense to equalize
the afternoon's touchdown produc-
tion. Prescott then came through
with the all important tying extra
point and the afternoon's action
in the endzone was over. Neither
team really threatened again as
Iowa ran out the clock when it got
possession.
This game followed the pattern
of Michigan's last three contests.
Against Northwestern, Minnesota,
and this week, Iowa, the Wolver-
ines have suffered a lapse on both
offense and defense in, the third
period.
Against Northwestern, Michigan
came back strongly. At Minnesota,
it didn't seem to matter. With
Iowa, it cost Michigan a 14 point
lead and a victory.
Iowa Boasts Balanced Squad
On the other hand, it wasn't all
Michigan negativeness. Iowa had
a balanced team which featured
a strong line, back's who could run
the holes, and a deadly passing
attack to the flanks which ate up
ground.
Michigan's biggest ground gain-
er was hardly used in the second
half. As they were piling up their
lead, the Wolverine passing attack
gained 94 yards, their rushing a
negative six. In the second half,
Michigan attempted only four
passes for ten yards. The rushing
netted 62 yards in the second half.
Larry Faul was the only Wol-
verine injured. He suffered a leg
injury in the second half. Its
seriousness is not known at pres-
ent.
Herrnstein Returns to Lineup
Off the injured list for the first
time since the Michigan State
game was John Herrnstein. The
big fullback started with the sec-
ond string, but ran with the first
unit in playing a good part of the
second half.
Head coach Bennie Oosterbaan
explained that Herrnstein's long
second half stretch was due pri-
marily to the fact that Jim Byers
had been somewhat shaken up
early in the half. He said that
Byers was all right after the game,
however.
The futility of the afternoon's
contest was reflected most prom-
inently the minute it was over.
Replacing the usual wild demon-
strations of victory by one team
was an overall dejection from both
squads. Both merely turned at the
final gun and walked slowly off
the field.
'M' Statistics

College Scores

GRID PICK SCORES
Michigan 21, Iowa 21 (tie)
Purdue 21, Illinois 6
Michigan State 21, Wisconsin 7
Ohio State 47, Northwestern 6
Minnesota 34, Indiana 0
Navy 20, Notre Dame 6
Alabama 14, Georgia 13
Texas A&M 7, Arkansas 6
Auburn 13, Florida 0
TCU 19, Baylor 6
UCLA 16, California 14
Georgia Tech 13, Duke 0
Tennessee 35, No. Carolina 0
Ore. State 39, Wash. State 25
Oregon 27, Stanford 26
Syracuse 24, Pittsburgh 21
SMU 19, Texas 12

Vanderbilt 7, La. State 0
Maryland 10, So. Carolina 6
USC 19, Washington 12
OTHER SCORES
Dartmouth 14, Yale 14 (tie)
Harvard 13, Penn 6
Army 53, Colgate 7
Penn State 27, W. Virginia :6
Princeton 7, Brown 0
No. Carolina State 19, Wake
Forest 0
Oklahoma 13, Kansas State 0
Detroit 20, Cincinnati 12
Kansas 14, Nebraska 12
Denver 19, New Mexico 0
Wyoming 7, Air Force V (tie)
Miss. State 27, Tulane 6
Slippery Rock 20, Clarion 0

-Daily-Fred Shippey
NO TRESPASSING-The Wolverine line kept Iowa out of the
Michigan end zone on this third down play as it completely bottled
up Hawkeye fullback Don Horn (not visible.) The next play,
however, found the visitors breaking the 'M' resistance to tie the
score.

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Total Number of Rushes 42
Rushing.............. 6
Penalty...............
Passing............. 3
First Downs........ .. 9
Net Yards-Rushing ... 56
Passing ..... ..........104
Forward Passes
Attempted .............128
Completed. . 8
Intercepted by .....2
Yards returned....... 27
Punts, Number..........5
Average distance ..... 38
Fumbles, Number4......4
Ball Lost by ... .... 2
Penalties, Number...... 4
Yards penalized ..... 40

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