7EMBER 12, 1:957
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
EMBER 12, 1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
By BARRY COOPER
In a hard fought game for resi-
dence halls' second place in the
'A' division, Cooley beat Anderson,
12-7, at Wines Field last night.
Cooley scored all its points in
S the first half.
The first tally came on a 1 yd.
pass from Dean Metzger to Ron
Zimmer. The final score, which
proved to be the deciding margin,
was on another pass thrown by
Gomberg defeated Greene twice.
It won the 'A' game, which was
Tilts Tonig ht
Championship games in six touch
football leagues will feature the
I-M schedule tomorrow evening at
The program will open with Nu
Sigma Nu meeting Hospital for
the professional fraternity title
and Strauss crashing into Taylor
for the "B" residence hall cham-
pionship at 6 p.m.
The second-round of games at
7 p.m. will feature the Seldom
Seen Kids and Evans Scholars bat-
tling for the independent crown
and Sigma Alpha Epsilon meeting
Sigma Alpha Mu for the "B" social
Lambda Chi Alpha will engage
Phi Delta Theta at 8 p.m. in a
battle for the "A" social fraternity
title, and the nightcap of the eve-
ning will find Taylor and Reeves
fighting for the "A" residence hall
crown at 9 p.m.
for third place, 1-0, in overtime
and earlier, its 'B' team gained
second place with a 7-0 victory
also over Greene. The overtime
'A' win came on a pass from Ted
McKay to Frank Whelan for the
needed yards. Gomberg's seven
points in the 'B' game was on a
pass from Steve Jakus to Joe
Fourth place in the 'A' division
was won by Wenley, 6-0, over
Allen-Rumsey. Its six points came
on a 1 yd. pass caught by Dick
Blacklaw early in the first half.
The rest of the game was evenly
played after that.
Michigan Edges Hinsdale
In the final 'A' game, Michigan
edged out Hinsdale, 19-13, in the
overtime period, on the third of
Earl Nuechterlein's passes. This
pass was caught by Bart Hazilton.
Nuechterlein's other two passes
were caught by Cliff Hanchett and
Steve Brown respectively. Both
passes were good for 20 yds.
The extra point was thrown
from Brown to Hanchett. Hins-
dale scored on a pass from Bruce
Mitchell to Bob Peterhans. The
same combination provided the
extra point. Mitchell ran 35 yds.
for the last six pointer.
The game between Reeves and
Taylor was to see who is to playI
Strauss today for the 'B' division
championship. Reeves gained that
right with a 13-7 win. Bill Reed
led Reeves with a pass to Jim
Harder for the first touchdown,
and an 8 yd. run for the second.
He also ran for the extra point.
Huber won by forfeit over Adams
for third place in the 'B' league.
Fourth place was also won by a
forfeit. This time it was Winchell
forfeiting to Hayden.
By CARL RISEMAN
A great defense appears to be
the Cleveland Browns' best offense
as they seek their seventh Eastern
Division title in the National Foot-
ball League in eight years.
Cleveland's formidable front line
chalked up the first shutout in the
NFL this year by blanking the
Pittsburgh Steelers, 24-0. Sunday.
Pittsburgh outgainednthe Browns
but could not get into their op-
ponent's end zone.
Cleveland defensive halfback Don
Paul raced 89 yards on a fumble
for a score, with the passing of
quarterback Tom O'Connell ac-
counting for two more. Of course,
Lou "The Toe" Groza kicked a
field goal--his eighth of the sea-
Rams Topple 49'ers
The greatest crowd in the his-
tory of the NFL, 102,368, watched
the home town Los Angeles Rams
snap a five-game San Francisco
Forty-Niner win streak, 37-24.
Ram Quarterback Norm Van
Brocklin was at his artistic best,
completing 14 passes for 224 yards._
In a game that featured two of
the finest pro halfbacks, Frank
Gifford of the Giants and Ollie
Matson of the Chicago Cardinals,
New York gained undisputed sec-
ond place in the Eastern Division
with a 27-14 win. Gifford scored a
touchdown, ran for 124 yards,,
threw a pass for 18 yards, and
caught four aerials for 91 yards.
Matson scored the Cardinals' two
touchdowns, including a 57-yard
jauntearly in the fourth quarter.
Injured Bobby Layne, one of the
most dramatic quarterbacks of
all times, put on another great
show as his Detroit Lions moved
within one game of the front-
running Forty-Niners by beating
the Philadelphia Eagles, 27-16.
The 10-yr. veteran took over for
quarterback Tobin Rote in the first
period with Detroit down by three
points, and, with his ribs heavily
taped, proceeded to pass for three
touchdowns, and kick two field
goals and three extra points.
In other games, Baltimore moved
into a second place tie in the West-
ern Division with the Lions as they
beat the Washington Redskins,
21-17, on a 79-yard touchdown
drive with minutes remaining. At
Chicago, the Bears beat the Green
Bay Packers, 21-14 with the de-
cideding touchdown scored by full-
back Rick Casares.
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NO GO-The Associated Press' camera caught a rarity at Satur-
day's game as Michigan's John Herrnstein stops Illinois' Bob
Mitchell after a short gain. That, however, was not the ordinary,
as Mitchell ran wild and blocked two 'M' extra point attempts in
Illinos' 20-19 win.
'M'Prep ares for Indiana;
Pace, Van Pelt Work Out
Sooners Capture Bid*
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]y STEVE SALZMAN
Oklahoma's Sooners became the
first team in the nation to wrap
up a bowl invitation by virtue of
their smashing 39-14 win over
Oklahoma thus assures itself of
an Orange Bowl bid. The Sooners
will represent the Big Eight Con-
ference against an Eastern oppo-
nent, probably Duke.
Crow Leads Aggies
John Crow, giving one of the
greatest all-around performances
of the year, led the Texas Aggies
to a 19-6 win over Southern
Methodist. Texas A&M, the first
ranked team in the country has
been battling with Oklahoma for
the spot all season, and will prcb-
ably remain there after this tri-
Crow hasl.een playing very well
all season, aMd he will most prob-
ably be everyone's All Armerican
selection for halfback.
Defense Paces Auburn
Mighty Auburn, the third
ranked college team, was scored
upon for the third time this sea-
son, but they came from behind
to wrap up a 15-7 victory over
State was held to 80 yards rush-
ing and 57 passing, leaving the
Tiger defensive record for the sea-
son unchanged at 136.7 per game,
lowest in the nation.
Spartans on the -Move
Fourth rated Michigan State,
beginning to look a little better,
stomped over Notre Dame, 34-6.
For the second straight week,
Notre Dame has lost, and this
seems to show that the Irish are
not the super team everyone
thought they were when they
ranked in the top ten.
Hawkeyes Seek Crown
Iowa looked like a great team
last weekend as it defeated Min-
nesota, 44-20. A victory over its
next opponent, Ohio State, would
assure the Hawkeyes of their sec-
ond straight undisputed Big Ten
OSU Eyes Pasadena
Ohio State moved a step closer
to the Rose Bowl when the Buck-
eyes clubbed Purdue, 20-7. If they
win just one of their remaining
two conference games, the Buck-
eyes will get the Rose Bowl bid.
The biggest upset of the day,
was' William and Mary's 7-6 tri-
umph over North Carolina State,
the No. 10 team in the AP poll.
William and Mary, which had
won just two of its first seven
games, came from behind with a
touchdown in the fourth quarter
to register the shocker of the day.
Seventh ranked Navy, and sup-
posedly the class of the East was
the victim of a 6-6 tie with Duke.
Eighth r a n k e d Army had
trouble with Utah's wide open
passing game headed by quarter-
back Lee Grosscup, but the Ca-
dets' all around strength proved
too much for the Redskins in a
39-33 Cadet victory.
Tennessee, ninth ranked na-
tionally, probably in line for the
Sugar Bowl with Auburn ineli-
gible, whipped Georgia Tech, 21-6.
Practice resumed for the Wol-
verine football squad yesterday at
Ferry Field after absorbing a bitter
defeat at the hands of Illinois on
Jim Pace was suited up for the
"What price glory?"
Bruce Justice of 1323 Cambridge
picked Illinois over Michigan, and
by doing so won this week's Grid
Picks contest over two other en-
tries whose loyalty to Michigan
cost them two free tickets to the
State theater to see "The Hunch-
back of Notre Dame."
The other two entries also had
five wrong going into the Michi-
gan-Illinois game, but Justice stay-
ed even while the other two fell to
their sixth and fatal mistake. One
minor note of consolation was that
the winner picked the score at
35-21 against Michigan, while, oh
well, you know the outcome, no
sense in repeating it.
But, with only two weeks re-
maining, time is running out to
win some movie tickets, so start
concentrating on and analyzing
the 20 games listed below and give
out with your favorites.
The rules are still the same, al-
though the teams are not. Just
pick the favorites and the score of
the Michigan-Indiana game and
get your entry to "Grid Picks"
Contest, 420 Maynard before 5 p.m.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
1. Indiana at Michigan
2. Arkansas at SMU
3. Washington at California
4. Clemson at Duke
5. Vanderbilt at Florida
6. Illinois at Wisconsin
7. Iowa at Ohio State
8. Louisiana State at Miss. State
9. Maryland at Miami,
10. Minnesota at Michigan State
11. Tennessee at Mississippi
12. Kansas State at Missouri
13. Northwestern at Purdue
14. Notre Dame at Oklahoma
15. Stanford at Oregon State
16. Oregon at USC
17. Yale at Princeton
18. Texas A&M at Rice
19. Texas Christian at Texas
20. Virginia at South Carolina
drills and reported to be fully re-
covered from the concussion he
received early in the first quarter
of Saturday's game.
Quarterback Jim Van Pelt was
also in uniform and appeared com-
pletely recovered from the pulled
leg muscle that he suffered early
last week. The injury had kept
him from quarterbacking against
the Illini until the fourth quarter.
Michigan's fullback position,
however, has been considerably
weakened. Jim Byers, who has
started in place of John Herrnstein
in the last four games, was not at
practice, hampered by a pair of
crippled ankles hurt in Saturday's
Herrnstein, who is still below
peak condition due to his bad
ankle, returned to the first string
fullback position and is considered
the likely starter in the forthcom-
ing Indiana game.
The 'squad went through very
light offensive drills with no scrim-
maging. Most of the afternoon was
spent with a scrimmage taking
place between the "red shirts" and
The freshmen were mainly used
on defense with the "red shirts"
carrying the attack. Both units
looked very impressive.
T igers Pick
PRINCETON, N. J. (,')- Dick
Colman Jr., yesterday was named
head football coach of Princeton
Colman, 43, had been acting
coach after the late Charlie Cald-
well was given a leave of absence
last September. Caldwell died two
weeks ago of cancer.
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