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BIG TEN FOOTBALL ROUNDUP:

OSU's Hayes Expects To Win Conference Title

SPORT-WHYS

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By The Associated Press
Columbus, O./-_ Coach Woody
Hayes of the ground-eating Ohio.
State Buckeyes said his jugger-
naut "didn't look yery sharp", in
yesterday's workout while 46
scribes were tagging the Bucks as
the best in the land, giving them
an 859 to 788 point edge over
Oklahoma. Blessed. with an all-
veteran backfield and a line av-
eraging more than 220, Hayes says.
he expects to win' the Big Ten
title again' this year. His second
string forward wall averages over
240.

East Lansing-Half a dozen
sophomores are figured on as
bread and butter players as Mi-
chigan State nears its football
opener a week from Saturday
against California.
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Evanston, III.--Fred Hecker, a
195-pounder sophomore tfrom
Sioux Falls, S. D., has taken a
firm hold on the fullback job at
Northwestern. Hecker again op-
erated with the first stringers to-
day in a lengthy scrimmage on
defense.

Champaign, Ill. - Marshall
Starks, sophomore who is Illinois'
fastest back, today was moved up
to the No. 21left half position. De-
justice Coleman currently holds
the No. 1 rating.'
- * * *
Madison, Wis.-Wisconsin foot-
ball coach Milt Bruhn put his
first and second teams on defense
today against a frosh squad using
Miami plays in a dummy scrim-
mage. The two squads then got
in considerable work brushing up
on their own offense with Sid

Willaims going with both teams at of not we have a better record
quarterback. than last year, I think we have a
* * * chance of being a stronger and
Bloomington, Ind.,-Coach Phil better football team."
Dickens described his Indiana -
football team as "sorely weak" Minneapolis-- Two sophomores
on defense today and kept the appear certain to start in the
Hoosiers hammering away at de- patchwork backfield Minnesota
fensive play. will, send -against Washington:
Lafayette, Ind. - Coach Jack Sept. 27. .
Mollenkopf placed the emphasis Roger Hagberg's powerful show-
on defensive fundamentals and ing in last Saturday's intrasquad
formations for kickoff returns to-i scrimmage just about clinched
day in Purdue University's foot- the No. 1 -fullback spot for the
ball practice. 205-pounder, and Bill Kauth ap-
Molienkopf predicted, "Whether parently 'will open at right half.

WOODY HAYES
. expects title

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culate a questionnaire among Big Ten schools asking different coaches
and their teams which opponent, out of the entire Conference, they
would like most to' defeat. You would find that Michigan would be
the overwhelming first choice.
The Wolverines' Conference schedule consists of a fantastic
number of traditional "grudge" contests. In"fact, almost every game
has pome sort of special significance.
Surveying the Big Ten opponents thatMichigan faces, one finds,
first of all, Michigan State, who can claim-if anyone-the distinc-
tion of being the Wolverines' arch-rival. This game only slightly out-
does the Ohio State contest in "will-to-win" spirit.
The Minnesota game, of course, has the most traditionalism
about it, as the two teams each year battle for the "Little Brown Jug."
Two other' games have developed more recently into what might be
called "grudge" battles. Illinois has taken the role of spoiler to many
Michigan teams, and thus a fierce contest is always in store for both,
teams.
... Won't Dampen Rival's Will

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THE MOST 1AECENT SERIES that has drawn blood is that with
Iowa. The Hawkeyes, coached by former Michigan star Forest
EvashevSki, dropped close games tot Michigan for three years before
tying the Wolverines last season. There is no one in the country
that "Evy" and his boys would rather beat than Michigan.
Even Northwestern and Indiana, weak sisters of the league, and
not arch-rivals of Michigan, seem to put up a fine battle every year,
when they meet the Wolverines.
The non-Conference games seldom provide a lapse for coach
Bennie Oosterbaan and his team. This year, for instance, Michigan
will battle Southern California and Navy. Both are intersectional
games, which always seem to arouse spirit, and Navy-in particular-
is a highly rated team that won't want to risk its poll-standing.
So the answer to all of those that thought the Wolverines might
get a break by not being highly rated is-not a chance. Almost every-
aggregation that they face on the gridiron will be 'gunning not only
for .the usual victory, but for that '!special" victory that comes from
defeating an arch-rival. From pre-season speculation, it looks like
Michigan may hand out a few more of these victories than usual tihis
year.

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Big Ten Favorite
FOR THE FIRST TIME in many, many years the Michigan football
team is not ranked among the top units in the Big Ten. Not since
before the great teams of former coach (now Athletic Director) H. O.
"Fritz" Crisler in the mid-1940's have the Wolverines been predicted
to end up in the second division. However, that is the forecast of
most sports writers this season.
Michigan's name cannot be found in the hundreds of predictions
of top-l's and top-20's /that almost every organized sporting as-
sociation puts out these days. Nor can any names of Michigan players
be found on All-American forcast teams. John Herrnstein, the Wol-
verine captain and fullback, is listed on a few-but the threat of in-
jury has dampened many of those that gave him pre-season ratings
last year.
;So, with almost no exception, Michigan is said to be destined for
a low finish-no better than .500 in the Conference, and only slightly
better overall. This is certainly a different picture than is usually
drawn of the Wolverines before they enter their season.
The, reason, of course, ,s obvious. They finished last year's Big
Ten season with a 3-3-1 record, and they have lost many important
starters from that team. How could they be expected to do any bet-
ter this year? The answer to that question can be found only in the
results of the coming season.
Even a Low Ranking...
HE ONLY SPECULATION that can be made at this time is re-
garding the possible effects of this entirely different kind of pre-
season publicity. Will the fact that Michigan is not highly rated in
ant way change the outcome of the season? Will other teams slacken
off, and attempt to make a "breather" out of the Michigan contest?
I thinly that the answer to this is obvious-NO! And the rea-
son, for this answer lies in the traditions that are involved in the
annual Michigan football schedule.

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