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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1957

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THIM

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER S, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THkE

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Buckeyes

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MSU Tops Wisconsin 21-7;
Gophers, Boilermakers Win

It's great to be a winner at anything? You feel like you're sitting
on top of the world and you've got the moon on a string.
Losing, well that's another matter. You either deserved to get
beat or, "Well, we should'a won if so and so ...'
But a tie. Well that's different, too. There's a strange feeling
that goes with coming out even with the opposition. The happiness
and pride that accompany a victory are gone. But yet you can't
really complain because you didn't lose.
Still, there's somewhat of a letdown with a tie. Especially after
you've had victory apparently within your grasp. There's a feeling
that your team is the superior team, but in the long run, everything
came out even. There are some who advocate overtime periods to
solve ties, but this actually wouldn't prove anything. If a team can't
prove its superiority over an opponent in 60 minutes, the two teams
are obviously pretty evenly matched. What will an extra ten minutes
prove?
Third Quarter Blues ..
This all brings us around to the much asked but little answered
question of the day, "What happens to Michigan after the half?"
ri For three weeks now Michigan has looked like world beaters
in the first half. But in a game consisting of four quarters, you have
to play the third one, too, and this has been Michigan's nemesis for
three weeks now.
Two times they caught themselves before disaster. Yesterday,
* they never did recover as Iowa played the blue shirts off their feet
after the intermission.
Some say overconfidence is the reason. Maybe. Some say Michigan
quits and is only as good as it has to be. This breeds defeat, they
contend. Others simply explain it in terms of the other teams being
fired up by a halftime pep talk.
Bennie Oosterbaan says nothing. He's as much perplexed about
the problem as you and I and can't put his finger on what's wrong. He
simply says, "It's one of those strange things about football, I can't
explain It."
Michigan Changed Strategy ..
It's true that Michigan changed its strategy at halftime yesterday.
After blitzing, Iowa's defenses with a lightning-like passing attack
in the second qu'arter that provided a 21-7 cushion, the Wolverines
discarded the forward pass as a weapon in the second half and were
content to protect their lead, according to Oosterbaan.
They couldn't do it. Iowa got the ball four times and scored twice.
Michigan stuck to the ground and threatened, were rebuffed, and only
meekly threatened once thereafter. A fumble killed their last hopes
on the Iowa 19 with the score tied.
Iowa, meanwhile, moved behind its hulking line and knifed
through the Michigan defense both on the ground and in the air.
The pass play from Randy Duncan to Jim Gibbons or Don Horn
in the right flat gave Michigan fits all day. But again, "Any well
executed passing attack will give you trouble," said Oosterbaan. And
Idwa's offense in the second half was precise, to say the least.
Games Are 60 Minutes . .
Don't get the idea Michigan deserved to win. They didn't.
Against'Iowa they learned that you have to play 60 minutes of
' fighting football. If 30 minutes were enough, the game would be over
at that time. As much confidence as Michigan oozed in the second
quarter, they bordered equally close to ineptness in the last half. Iowa
simply beat them to the punch and took the storybook role away from
the Wolverines.
The Michigan fans reacted in typical fashion yesterday. Whipped
to a frenzy in the second quarter by the exploits of Jim Pace, etc.,
this carried over a bit, into the second half. But as usual, the fans
then waited for the team to do something on the field to continue their
cheering, rather than spurring the athletes on with vocal support.
Whether this had any effect is mere speculation.
But as President Hatcher once said, "If winning was all that
counted in football, the game would be only half successful, because
for every winner there must be a loser." One tie shouldn't ruin a
season. Next week Illinois can test the Wolverines ability to come
back. You know, they say the really good teams always do.

By The Associate# Press
Ohio State took the undisputed
Big Ten Conference lead and a
giant stride toward the Rose Bowl
yesterday by blasting Northwest-
ern's Wildcats, 47-6, for its fourth
straight league victory.
The victory, coupled with the
21-21 Iowa-Michigan tie, leveled
the road to Pasadena for Ohio.
The Bucks could lose one of their
three remaining games and still
get the Rose Bowl bid.
Don Clark, Ohio State's junior
halfback who leads the Big Ten in
offense, was the big difference at
Columbus as he scored four of the;

DON CLARK
... runs Wildcats ragged

NATIONAL ROUNDUP:
Texas A&M Slips By
Arkansas' Line, 7-6

By The Associated Press
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.-Massive
John Crow, Texas A&M's All-
American candidate, tore through
a determined Arkansas line on a
12 yard touchdown run to lead
the nation's No. 1 grid power to a
slim 7-6 victory over the diehard
Razorbacks.
The Aggies, crowded by the
fierce line play of the fired-up
home team, were behind 6-0 at the
end of the first period. Arkansas'
touchdown was the first score
against the Aggie defense by a
Southwest Conference team this
season.
Sooners Roll On
MANHATTAN, Kansas - The
Oklahoma Sooners, anything but
mighty, sweated out a 13-0 victory
over a spirited Kansas State Col-
lege football team that battled its
heart out for an upset.
The Sooners, rated second na-
tionally, struckufora touchdown
in the second quarter and another
in the third as they racked up
their 46th consecutive victory be-
fore a slim gathering of 15,000
on a cold cloudy day.
In addition to scoring their
46th consecutive victory, Okla-
homa ran its Big Eight string to
62 games without a defeat. The
Sooners now have scored in their
last 121 games.
Swamp Gators
AUBURN, Alabama-Two light-
ning like thrusts for touchdowns
gave unbeaten Auburn an impress-
ive 13-0 victory over Florida.
The victors, ranked No. 4 in the
nation, dominated the game com-
pletely with their rock ribbed line
and reduced the Florida attack to
impotence.
Jimmy Phillips, All-American
candidate, took a short pass from
Quarterback Lloyd Nix for a 63-
yarder to clinch the game in the
opening minutes of the third quar-
ter.
* * *
Anchors A weigh
SOUTH BEND, Indiana - Navy
fullback Ray Wellborn single
handedly punctured Notre Dame's
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comeback bubble today as the
sharp Middies handed the Irish
their first defeat in five football
games, 20-6.
Wellborn, fleet 183-pound junior
with a deceptive change of pace,
scored all three Middie touch-
downs, one a 79-yd. scrimmage
I run.
Notre Dame was ranked fifth
going into the game.
* * *

seven touchdowns that routed the
Wildcats.
The Buckeyes, blasting the
Northwestern forward wall to
pieces, moved 394 yards in the
seven scoring drives and needed
only 43 plays for the seven touch-
downs, averaging about nine yards
Ia play.
Spartans Down Badgers, 21-7
Jim Ninowski's passes, plus a
powerhouse Spartan line that re-
lentlessly wore down the Badgers,
brought Michigan State to a 21-7
victory over Wisconsin.
Michigan State took an early
lead, thanks to Ninowski's passes,
only to have the Badgers tie the
score in the second quarter. The
Spartans quickly went back into'
the lead, then added a third touch-
down in a light rain during the
last seconds of play.
Ninowski, the Big Ten's leading
passer, put his team into position
for both of its first half touch-
downs when he connected with
some fine tosses. A great return
of a kickoff by Blanche Martin.
speedy Spartan back, also was a
feature on one of the touchdown
marches.
Minnesota 34, Indiana 0
Four touchdown drives, engi-
neered by reserve quarterback Jim
Reese in the second half, broke the
back of Indiana's early resistance
and brought Minnesota a 34-0
victory in a gloomy drizzle.
With Bobby Cox knocked out
of the game by an ankle injury in
the second half, Reese got the
heavily favored Gophers rolling
midway through the third period.
From that point, the beefy Min-
nesotans moved without hindrance
from the soggyterrain or a weak-
ened Indiana defense.
Illini Fall to Purdue, 21-6
Purdue cashed in on a long
pass, an interception, and a losing
Illinois gamble to whip the Illini,
'21-6.
Quarterback Bob Spoo hurled a
44-yard pass in the second quar-
ter to set up the first Boilermaker
touchdown after Illinois' strong
running attack had given the home
team a 6-0 first period lead before
a cheering Dad's Day crowd of
47,690.
The cheers subsided, however,
as Purdue took a 7-6 lead after
Spoo's long pass to end Tom
Franckhauser helped the Boiler-
makers take an advantage they
never relinquished. The victory
was Purdue's third in six games,
and even their Big Ten record at
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Duke Dethroned
ATLANTA, Georgia-Striking by
land and air, Georgia Tech slam-
med seventh-ranked Duke fron
the unbeaten ranks with a 13-0
upset victory.
The Engineers pounded out one
touchdown on the ground against
the Blue Devils' vaunted defense,
and took to the air for the other.
Army Explodes
WEST POINT, N. Y. - Army
staged an eight-touchdown home-
coming review for President Eisen-
hower, smothering Colgate, 53-7,
with halfback Pete Dawkins scor-
ing three times and Bob Anderson
twice.
* * *
Wolf pacuck Howl
RALEIGH, N. C. - Hard-driving
halfback DickChristy led unde
feated, 10th-ranked North Caro-
lina State to a 19-0 victory over
Wake Forest in an Atlantic Coast
Conference football game yester-
day. Christy scored one of th
Wolfpacks' three touchdowns an
was a consistent gainer throughou
the game.

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New York 5, Boston 0
Montreal 6, Detroit 3
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Free Substitution?
DELAWARE, Ohio 0P)-Ohio
Wesleyan swamped Case Tech,
34-12, but only after one of the
weirdest plays in football his-
tory
Wesleyan attempted a field
goal with 1:10 left in the game
and the score 34-6. The ball fell
short and as it bounced around
in the end zone, Wesleyan, as-
suming play had stopped, rush-
ed a full team of substitutes
onto the field.
But the whistle had not blown
and Case's Jim Rudge scooped
up the ball eight yards inside
his own end zone and raced 108
yards untouched-and even un-
noticed until he had passed
through the milling army of
Wesleyan players.

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