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   Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - November 2, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin                               Badgers Seek to Beef Up Offense for Game With NU UW Defense Outstanding in 19-10 Victory Over Michigan BIG TEN CONFERENCE AMOdated Press W L WISCONSIN IlllneU Mich. Ohio State MlnnttoU TP M 90 m S3 88 OP 30 M 29 Sit SI ss 61 68 4ft 79 Ounei: Wisconsin at Northwestern. Michigan at Illinois. Indiana at Ohio Statt. Minnesota at Iowa. Pnrdno at Mlchlfan State. Lait Saturday's Sesnlti: WUconiln W. Mlcblfan 10. Ohio State SO, Michigan stale 24. Dllnoli 7. Purdue 7. Minnesota SO, Vmnderblll Iowa 53. Kantu State 0. KorUiwoitera 30. Indiana IS. You can take the word of Coach Milt Bruhn that Wisconsin's offense is due for considerable attention as the Badgers eye their key Big Ten football game with unbeaten Northwestern Satur- day. The cause for concern is the fact that the second place Badgers could keep an attack going for only about 20 min- utes Saturday hi taking a 19- 10 victory 'from stubborn Michigan. The defense was fine against a fired-up Wol- verine team that was cheer- ed on .by a homecoming crowd of at' Ann Arbor. Wisconsin built up a 16-3 lead at the intermission and then could make only three first downs. No Happy Expressions Bruhn said Sunday that if his team turns in a similar performance against North- western, "we'll get beat." "We'll have to be better on offense from start to he said. "We went to the locker room like a beaten team. There wasn't a happy expression on any player even though we had won. That sec- ond half was a nightmare. 'Defensively, we were a great team. Naturally we were disturbed by our offense and we'll do a lot of close checking this week to find out what's wrong. I don't think our kids took Michigan as seriously as they did Iowa" or Ohio State, but don't underestimate the Wol- verines. They've given other teams a hard time." Although 20 pounds, to the'man and trail- Ing .by 13 points at the half, Michigan stayed in willing contention with three teams of inexperienced but -ambitious players. "When that third team came barrelling in and poured it to us in the secorid half, I think it hurt us psychological- ly." Bruhn explained. "Our kids couldn't believe a third team could do that." Kicks Field Goal Interceptions killed off nearly every Michigan scor- ing threat but the issue wasn't settled until Karl Holzwarth booted a field goal in the fi- nal 20 seconds. On the second play from scrimmage Michigan recover- ed a Badger fumble on the Wisconsin 23 and Darrell Har- per kicked a field goal. The Badgers roared back after an exchange of pass in- terceptions and Tom Wiesner made the final five yards. Dale Hackbart ran for the ex- tra two points. Bob Zeman stole a pass in the second period and the Badgers scored again in eight plays as Hackbart bolted over from the 1-yard line. That was the last time Wisconsin camp- Monday, November 2, 1959 Appleton Post-Cratcent B9 The Loose Ball Is Still in the air as Green Bay's Don Mcllhenhy, 42, on the ground in left background, fumbles on his own 3-yard line, in the first quarter of Sunday's game with the New York Giants in Yankee stadium. The Giants recovered and Alex Webster carried for a touchdown on the next play. Players Af Wlrephoto that can be identified, left to right, are: Giants' Cliff j Livingston, 89; Packers' Lew Carpenter, 33; Fred Thurston, 63, on ground; Giants' Dick Nolan, 25; Dick Modzelewski, 77, and Sam Huff, 70; and Packers' Jim l Ringo, 51, on ground. The Giants won, 20-3. we're loaded with BARGAINS! TRUCKLOAD winter traction tires new low price 95 tube type plus tji ind retappaMe tut We've got a truckload of 5-T Suburbanites so no one will be disappointed. It's the best winter tire bargain we've offered in years. 3-T Suburbanites built to give you up to 51% more traction in snow and up to 17% more traction in mud. Come in new low prices Goodyear's wonderful 3-T Suburbanite is a value beyond compare. OJHER SIZES AT SALE PRICES, WO! A PAIR! 24 WEEKS TO PAY! SPECIAL FEATUREI Giant Windshield SCRAPER MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KIND! NEED TIRES? SEE TIRE BATTERY CO. 1224 W. Wis. Avc. Locally Owned, Independently Operated Ph. 4-5701 ed inside the opposing 20-yare line until the final seconds. After a-third period punting duel Michigan's Stan Noskin etaoin etaoin etaoin etaoinETI I intercepted a pass on the Wis consm 14 and ran it back to the three where he tossed to John Halstead in the end zone Wisconsin filched pass- es in the last 11 minutes, with the interception by Zeman on the Michigan 25 pavining the way for goal. Holzwarth's field First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage Passes Int by Punts Fumbles lost Yards penalized Wis. 10 153 30 2-8 6 7-39 1 38 Mich. 6 92 IS 4-21 33 6-39 0 35 St. John'11' Wins Crown CONTINUED FROM PAGE 7 then the Dutchmen have won nine league games and tied three. They have had solo crowns in 1957 and this year and shared it with St. Mary Menasha in 1958. Marinette started its series Bongers Verhagen I of handoffs, reverses backfield trickery with and the opening kickoff. Somehow, with all the ball passing be- hind the line, power driving Gerald Harpt ended up with the pigskin three-fourths of the time. He was a brilliant runner all afternoon account- ing for better than 140 yards himself. Move to 19 After both teams failed to get going in the first period, Central got a march under way in the second stanza. With Harpt leading the way, the Cavaliers moved to the St. IjJohn 19. Here the Chuter de- fense, with Dennis Mann and CATHOLIC CONFERENCE (Final Standings) W 2 2 John. Little Chute j Spring. Fond do Lao De Pere I Central. Marinette St. Mary, Menauba Revolt: St. John 7. Marinette 7. t. 0 1 1 Dave Simon leading the way, pushed Central back to the 38 where they lost the ball on downs. Mike Bongers, quarterback- ed the Chuters from that point to the game's first score. Ed Giants Halt Packers' Offense in 20-3 Win CONTINUED FROM PAGE 7 Giant TD's were scored by Alex Webster. In the first quarter Don Mc- llhenny fumbled on the Pack- two wonderful catches of Francis passes by Hornung (20 yards) and Gary Knafelc (17 yards) set the Packers on the Giants' 27. A Giant trip- Jim Brown's 5 Touchdowns Whip Golfs CONTINUED FROM PAGE 7 ers' 3-yard line- the ball be-1 ping Penalty the ball onjTDs came on a 17-yard run on the foot he burned in a home accident Oct. 5. Won in Statistics The Giants won the statis- tics too, 15 first downs to 9, 79 ground yards to 69 and 144 air yards to 112. Max McGee had to punt 10 times, showing the toughness of the Giant defense. Francis took over in the second quarter for the first time in a league game this season and Taylor went to fullback. On second and six, Joe hurled to Mcllhenny for 23 and three plays later Fran- cis on a rollout, dropped a 23- yarder into Mcllhenny's arms on the Giant 24. The attack stalled and Hornung kicked the only Bay points. Misses Field Goal Summerall missed a 52- yard field goal a moment ater. Dillon took the short cick on the 2 and returned to jie 12. McGee, punting from lis own end zone, punted to Morrison who fumbled but, as you might expect this day, it rolled out of bounds. A mo- ment later Summerall kicked the first of his 49-yard field goals. Just before the half ended already formed in front of lim. The second half was a icries of heartbreaks for Marinette. After the opening cickoff Marinette drove to the Chuter 14 only to fumble on irst down. i On the next series Central drove to the 3-yard line onlyi i -r-f v lv VliC U All 1C. ground through the I did most of the ball carrying j as St. John moved to the Mar- 19. Bongers then faked a handoff to Hammen and .tossed an aerial to Verhagen jjwho took it on the 10 and 11 waltzed into the end zone, booted the extra Hammen i point. First-Down Fumble Marinette roared back line on four plays. Finally with time running out in the final period Bob Pecotte took a 34-yard aerial that put Man-! nette In scoring position on the Chuter 23. Harpt carried! three times to put it on the 7. On the next play he went into the end zone, fumbled and the ball was recovered by through the middle of the line Yards rushing Yardt parsing attempted completed Intercepted by to the 20. After a pass failed Harpt bulled his way to the 13. On the last play of half Tim DeGroot managed tolopp fum. reed. bat down a Cavalier screen ipcnalUcx pass which had Harpt on by 'side with a wave of blockers 8 M 32 6 2 0 0 2 2-15 1ft 25fi 60 15 4 0 3 0 3-15 7 0 0 DEL SEZS: If You've Been Looking For Me, I'm Over Here at the CENTRAL TRUCK PARK 120 North Linwood Appleton i Del Dorschncr Truck Parking Overnire General Repairs We Also Rebuild Truck Bodies Install Tandem Axles, 5th Wheels, Winches, Derricks, Buckets, Power Equipment Also Machine Shop Service of All Kinds Phone Me RERcnt 3-3515 the only a couple of inches needed! against the Bears 30 years for a first down. Francis then ago, and Cleveland's Bill ing put there by a SS-yardP6 17 with onlv a punt by Don twn Tilavc van u Ed Modzelewski recovered. lwo piays' ran to Webster powered over for 7-0 on the first play. The other TD came on a 67- yard drive at the start of the second half. With first down on the Packer 24, Bob Free- man interfered with Webster and the Giants had first down on the 7. Webster poured over from there. The other Giant points came on two 49-yard field goals by Pat Summerall both tre- mendous boots. The first made it 10-3 just before the aalf. The second made it 20-3 late in the third quarter. The Packers were defensed down to two first downs in the second a McHan pass to Boyd Dowler for 14 and a Francis pass to Dowler for 7 and Taylor's 12-yard run. Jim was making his first run set the 1- six touch- Cardinals threw wide to McGee in the end zone. On fourth down and 32 seconds left Hormmg's boot hit the upright. Big Play The big play in the Giants' TD march in the third quar- ter was a 32-yard pass from Conerly to Webster to the Packer 38. SummeralPs next field goal came at of the third pe- riod. The Giants made an- other move as the quarters changed. But Forester blasted King back seven yards and Bettis untied Conerly's shoe strings with an 8-yard loss and Summerall tried another field goal, missing from the 47. The rest was a punting match. McGee by the way, averaged 44 yards on 10 kicks; Chandler 46 on 6. Gr. B. N.T. Jlrst downs 9 15 Hushing yardage 69 79 Passing yardage 112 144 Passes 7-26 15-31 Passes int by 11 ?unts 10-44 6-45 Turnbles lost 2 0 Yards penalized 28 25 Pro Basketball By The Associated Press Sunday's Results Boston 124. Cincinnati 109 St. Louis 138. Minneapolis 101. Results Boston 123, New York 109 Philadelphia 120. Detroit 112. Syracuse 117. Minneapolis 108. St. Louis 109. Cincinnati 102. Jones matched it, also against the Bears, in 1951. For all Brown's brilliance, Cleveland had its hands full containing Johnny Unitas, who passed for all four Colt TDs. That gave him 17 scoring passes for the season and stretched his consecutive game record to 31. v The 49ers also won their third in a row, ripping the Lions after a 73-yard scoring run by halfback J. D. Smith on the second play. It was Smith's seventh TD of the sea- son, one less than co-leaders Brown and Philadelphia's Tommy McDonald. Hugh Mc- Elhenny, after nursing a brok- en hand for a month, returned to full-tjime duty and hauled in a pair of scoring passes from Y. A. Tittle, one on a 62-yard Play. The Eagles kept the pace with some stout defense after scoring all their points in the first half, McDonald snaring one of Norm Van Brocklin's two TD passes. The Bears beat the Rams with 19 points in the third quarter, scoring twice within two minutes on a blocked punt and a fumble. 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