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THE MICMHGAN DAILY

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER I.1957

!right Memories

Wro ught from

'56 Grid Season

(Continued from Page 1)
ling passes with running plays,
quarterback Jim Maddock guided
Michigan down the field as the
clock ticked the seconds away.
Shatusky, who had scored the
first touchdown, ground out the
final four yards with only 1:06
showing on the scoreboard clock.
Away Games High Spots
These two games, the only two
away-from-home games of the
season, were actually the high
spots of the year. The Maize and

Blue provided lots of thrills for
the home fais. too, but unfortu-
nately, they lost two games before
capacity turnouts..
The Mi'ehigan Statf Spartans
were the Wolverines' second foes
of the sca;ri Some 101,129 fans
filled the Michigan Stadium to see
the Wo 'crines who had run
rampant over UCLA the week be-
fore, 42-14. and who had two
straight viet -,ries over Michigan
State, clash with the Rose Bowl
champion ,Spartans.
It was a dark, rainy day in Ann

Arbor, but the dreary weather was
nothing compared to the gloom
that spread over the campus
when the mud dried the evening
of Saturday, October 7, 1956.
It was generally conceded that
wne Wolverines }ad outplayed the
tIsky Spartan, They surpassed
tnenm in almost every statistical
department; the only drawback
was that they failed to score.
Michigan State put together a
third period field goal by Johnny
Matsko and a fourth period
touchdown by Dennis Mendyk and

made them stand up for a 9-0
verdict.
Breaks Balance Out
Things have a way of evening
out in sports and this was one of
those ways. The previous year,
Michigan converted two breaks
into touchdowns and won 14-7,
although run ragged by State.
The other less came' before a
record home coning crowd and
cost Michigan the Little Brown
Jug. The Mincsota game was one
of great contrasts; Michigan dom-
inating the first half and the ┬░xt

phers looking like world-be ,Aer.
after the inteiimission.
Barr scored for Michigan on the
first play of the second peric to
get the Woverxnes off and rm
ning. So superirr did the Waiver-
ines look in the first half that
scarcely a soul batted an eyelash
when time ran out for the Blue'
on Minnesota's four-yard line at
halftime. Everyone figured they'd
simply score the next time.
But Gopher coach Murray War-
math apparently had magic words
for his team at halftime. Led by

the inspired play of quarterback
Bobby Cox, who scored twice,
Minnesota never did give Michi-
gan that other touchdown, but
scored three themselves and
wound up on the long end of a
20-7 count.
Made the Difference
As later events proved, these
two setbacks were enough to keep
tihe Woverines out of 'the running
for Conference honors. Still,
Michigan cn look back or the
season's pl as one of its best,
Seldom ias a team been lessed

with such a fire array of en
and running backs as y's thui
one. Spearhesded by Kramer and
Maentz, hcth All-American selec-
tions, the list also inclua-d Caai -
lie Brooks, a fine end who would
have been a regular on most col-
lege teams.
With such a wealth in hand,
Oosterbaan 4nifted veteran Hark.
e: Mike Ro nno to center. wbei e
he performed admirably in the
middle of a senior-dominated line
of Dick Hill, Al Sigman and Clem
Corona.

The senior backs - Barr, Mac
dock, Shannon-left a glorious
trail behind them. These players
won't be back this year, 14u there
will be arotber crop to take their
place. Some shoes will be hard to
fill because of the many top notch
performanues the departing group
leaves behnd. but with a roster
headed by such brilliant athletes
as HerrnsteL Van Pelt, Psce, Or..
wig,fi Prahst and many otners, the
Wolverines seem to be acured a
full measure of gridiron success in
the future.

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