The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa on November 18, 1956 · Page 29
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It is the payoff end of a and seven yards to go on the Ohio 17 when Plocn The scoring play came at the end of a 63-yard march-urday that sent Iowa past Ohio State into the Rose Kenny Plocn pass to end Jim Gibbons. It was second passed to his favorite target, 6-foot 3-inch Gibbons. at the beginning of the second half. lor 4 Sec Jatjloi SITTIM' in 4 n lilt te JilL NOT TO BE DENIED TOWA CITY, IA. Ohio State J. gave up reluctantly and stubbornly. Its G-0 defeat by Iowa here Saturday was a rubber-hosed confession from a tough gangster. The Buckeyes submitted to their defeat grudgingly and under duress. But the Hawkeyes, scenting roses and seeking a Big Ten title, were not to be denied by superior manpower or faster backs. Running back the second-half kickoff for 11 yards to their own 37-yard line, they rloosed a series of plays with the regularity of a metronome during a piano lesson 3 yards, 1 yard, 13, 4, 5, 2, 15 and 3. There quarterback Kenny Plocn and end Jim Gibbons buddied up for a 17-yard touchdown pass. It made little difference that Bob- Prescott missed the extra point for the Buckeyes did not 6Core. They never had a chance, barring an attempted field goal in the second quarter with the ball held 49 yards from the uprights. SO Coach Forest Evashevski, his staff and his players are sure of a trip to the Rose Bowl and could win the conference championship if Michigan defeats the Buckeyes Saturday. The Hawkeyes fought desperately and successfully throughout the game, containing Ohio State the second best running team in the nation preventing it from passing successfully, and shutting out the Bucks. It was the second time Iowa has horse-collared a strong team in successive games. Minnesota was last week's victim, 7-0. Frequently Iowa players were helped from the field because of injuries or from old injuries that had been augmented in the rough going, but iliey were so determined to vin that always they came back for more or the same. IOWA'S defense was superb. Ohio State's efforts to SITTLY IN Continued on Poge Twelve By Bert McGraiw (Sunday P.tgisler Surf Writer) IOWA CITY, IA. Meet the champ. That's Iowa. The dead-game Hawkeyes precipitated the wildest dazzling array of Hawkeyes rode away from the site of best ground attack and the seventh best defense against their triumph on a bobbing mass of humanity. Haul Down Goal Tosts ) scene within memory here Saturday when they boat , , , ( j u ,..v, ,.,, v, , V ed fans, as determined as the men who represented Ohio State, 6-0, clinched the Rose Bowl assignment, sacked up a share of the Big Ten championship, broke the longest string of victories in conference records and charged ahead into history as one of the greatest Iowa teams of all. Step aside, Ironmcn. Move back, you stars of '21 and '22. rushing in the country. The defense won. The Buckeyes were shackled with only 147 yard3 rushing, their lowest total in two years. Iowa's one big touchdown came immediately after them' on the field, finally hauled down the goal posl3 the second-half kickoff, which the Hawks returned to Long after the players had left the scene uncount- and began the triumphant march on the city proper. None can doubt that this was the greatest victory of all. It meant more than any game ever played in Iowa Stadium. Both teams were involved. Ohio State was fighting their 37. Quarterback Ken floen's 17-yard pass to end Jim Gibbons produced the score. Tremendous Spoils And with the victory went tremendous spoils. Iowa will win the Big Ten title outright if Michi- Great as you are, your deeds were no more heroic never had been recorded in the Big Ten. It was firht than the devastating all-season show of these un- jng to extend a string of 17 straight victories in the for a third straight championship, something that gan beats Ohio State next Saturday. The Hawkpye opponent in their first Rose Bowl heralded Hawks of '56. . Across a field swarming with the people, the whole corilercnce. assignment will hp Oregon State, which assured Ihe Nrw Year's riav classic of its first rematch wilh a This was a showdown between the nation's second M0 s(Uraker Saturday over Idaho. (STORY: PAGE 11,,. 1 1 J 1 . "'u 5 A If ! " ' l-Vl 7 :7-7-v:l X' 'v,v- f,M -.. i".',, : , hfhji muhA x ' v 77 7-.7 y i i YIPPEE! Iowa's star end I rank Gilliam wears a big grin and a western-type hat to match as he rejoices in the dressing room after the game. Of All Big Ten leva 6, Ohio State 0 Illinois 13, Wisconsin 13 Michigan 49, Indiana 26 Minnesota 14, Michigan State 13 Northwestern 14, Purdue 0 Big Seven Baylor 26, Nebraska 7 Colorado 21, Utah 7 Kansas State 32, Iowa State 6 Oklahoma 67, Missouri 14 U. C. L. A. 13, Kansas 0 Iowa Conference Upper Iowa 20, Buona Vista 13 Luther 28, Wesleyan 6 Parsons 34, Wartburg 29 Simpson 14, Dubuque 14 North Central Conference North Dakota State 19, Iowa Teachers 13 Midwes! Conference Carleton 27, Cornell 13 Lawrence 26, Monmouth 13 Ripon 46, Knox 0 St. Olaf 40, GrinneN 14 Major Independents Boston College 13, Boston Universit) Delaware 14, Temple 7 Navy 34, Virginia 7 Notre Dame 21, North Carolina 14 Penn Sta'.e 14, North Carolina State Pittsburgh 20, Army 7 Rutgers 20, William and Mary 6 . Syracuse 61, Colgate 7 Missouri Valley Houston 26, Villanova 13 Oklahoma A. and M. 25, Detroit 7 Continued on Page Two IOWA STATE BEATEN, 32-6 Wilson's Story: Page 7 Minnesota 14, Mich. State 13 White's Story: Page 4 OKLAHOMA'S ANGRY B7-14 Story: Page S Evy Leads Post -Game Iowa Yells By Tony Cordaro iPundny F.euistfr Fuff Writer) IOWA CITY. IA-The "old man," Coach Forest Evashevski of Iowa's football team-became a boy again Saturday afternoon 'as he cast off his sober countenance and joined in the fun. Evy led. the singing, cheering and shouting as his Hawk-eyes did about everything but "rock 'n' roll" after they upset Ohio State, 6-0. Under the Shower For the secDnd straight week "the big Polack" had himself a ball and no one was any happier. Eventually, his players grabbed him and pushed him under a shower to give him the traditional treatment after a team wins a title. Evy didn't protest. It has been 34 years since Iowa's last Big Ten football championship, and in a brief hour in the dressing room the Hawks did enough celebrating to make up for the drought. One of Iowa's immortals' on the 1921 title team, Duke Slater, also took part in the impromptu celebration. The Hawks hae clinched a tie and will have the title outright if Michigan defeats Ohio State next Saturday. Evy had no choice but to smell roses for the Rose Bowl in the dressing room as dozens of photographers posed him with flowers. He seemed to enjoy every minute of it. Rose Pose He wanted all his players to pose with roses, and he in- COMMENT Continued on Page Three ) Iowa defeated the Beavers, 11-13, in the Hawks' second game at Iowa City, Oct. 6. It was announced in the press box, possibly in a defensive maneuver by Hawkeye authorities, that the IOWA Continued on Page Ten Big Ten Standings CONFERENCE ALL GAMES W. L. T. T.P. O.P. W. L. T. T.P. O.P. IOWA 5 1 0 88 44 7 1 0 138 57 Ohio State .....4 1 0 83 23 6 2 0 160 62 Minnesota 4 1 1 71 54 6 1 1 114 74 'Michigan State 4 2 0 133 49 6 2 0 201 70 Michigan 4 2 0 124 96 6 2 0 214 123 Northwestern ...2 3 1 66 66 3 4 1 93 99 Illinois 1 3 2 66 92 2 4 2 111 140 Indiana 1 4 0 65 177 3 5 0 109 221 Purdue 0 4 2 56 81 2 4 2 100 92 Wisconsin 0 4 2 33 103 1 5 2 80 116 Conference schedule completed. Statistics , , Ohio Stat Iowa First down. n 14 Euaruns; y;Uflasi ... 3 47 17ft Pissms yardase .... 18 fiS Passu 2-11 5-12 Parses, Intercepted hv O O Pun's 6-34 5-39 Kumh'cs Int 1 2 Yarns penalized 61 10 WflRI.VG Oh'n stale n 0 O 09 Inns O p 6 O 8 inns Tcuchdown, Gifibom (17, pass Irom Ploent; Season Records OHIO STATE inn A 3i Nfhraska 7 27 Indiana 9 25 Illinois 6 13 Wicnmln 7 S Pfnn stale 7 IH Hawaii f) 21 U lsrnnsin 0 21 Purdue 20 fi Norih'vesiern 2 14 Mlchlran 17 3.") Indisna 34 7 Minnesota 0 O Iowa 6 6 Ohio State 0 m xt mr:s oil HI STATE--Michigan. IOWA Nntre Dame. i 2 lowaTributes C C A C II EVASHEVSKI, to Iowa students: "f hope some of their (Iowa team's) courage will rub 0 on me some-day. I'm very proud of your school and my school." (Victory Celebration: Page 3) DUKE SLATER, all-America tackle on Iowa's 1921 Big Ten title team, to Alex Kar-ras, who played 58 minutes against Ohio: "You are a wonderful football player, young man." i JIM GIBBONS, who caught winning touchdown pass: "f can just say that I'm awful glad that we won. California here we come." (Dressing room: Page 2) . -i K , 4' t 1 ' fi i i fit iA V 1 .r St r li '' a 4, SUNDAY' KEGiiTliR i'OOTBALU THOTOS BI JACK. BHlNi'O.W THE POSIES Alex Karras, the Hawkeyes' all-America candidate, sniffs a bunch of roses which (miraculously?) appeared in the Iowa dressing room following the 6-0 victory.

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