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September 17, 1958 - Image 10

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THE

T~f~ AN DAILYV

U, Ohio State,

Wisconsin Rate as Big Ten Football Pow

a

By, DICK MINTZ

I

Crocidile tears are
being shed by Big Ten;
tions men handling

once again
public rela-
publicity

chores at the pigskin training
camps.
Morning mail received from
Michigan State exclaims, "The
biggest rebuilding job in recent
years faces Michigan State's foot-
ball forces. Gone are 22 lettermen,
at least a dozen of whom were key
figures in three consecutive bril-
liant seasons."
Little Worry
But in the opinion of those who
are supposed to know State has
about as much to worry about this
fall as did the Yankees last spring.
Spartan coach Duffy Daugherty'
brightens when he talks about
Mike Panitch, the latest of the
long line of quarterbacks who have
beenl groomed under his hands.
The stocky, 171-lb. senior, who
completed 57% of his passes last
year, won't be supported by the'
same bevy of ends that were- pres-
ent last season. Sam Williams is
the only one of the sure-handed
standouts to return.
Art Johnson, Dean Look and

Bob Bercich figure to round out
the backfield. They comprised the'
second unit which figured so'
prominently in breaking up the
Michigan as well as Notre Dame
games last year.
Woody Hayes is sadly accepting
condolences for the 50 per cent
casualties suffered by his 1957
championship team.
From our standpoint it looks as
though the only thing the Buck-
eyes need fear is their own com-
placency. Frank Kremblas, Don
Clark, Dick LeBeau and junior
juggernaut Bob White make this
one of the most feared backfields
in collegiate ranks.
Badgers Tough
Wisconsin, despite. the loss of
Danny Lewis, has the makings of
a solid championship contender.
Nine late-season starters are back,
along with 14 other veterans and
a handful of promising sopho-
mores. With Sid Williams moved
from'quarter to halfback, the team
will now be directed by Dale Hack-
bart. Dave Kocourek, end, and
Dave Lamphear, tackle, are also
star performers.
Purdue, perpetually rebuilding,

still has end Tom
and tackles Gene
Nick Numley.
Lack of depth at
will plague Illinois.'

Franckhauser
Selawski and
every position
Though field-

ing an experienctd starting line,
the Illini lost both halfbacks and
their quarterback through gradua-
tion.

Minnesota, a big disappointm
last year, expects to have just
dismal a season this year.
Duncan Tops
Iowa quarterback Randy D
can, one of the best passers in
nation, a fleet set of halfbacks
several solid fullbacks are the pi
of the Hawkeye attack.
Iowa coach Forest EvasheN
said, "If we can develop a defe
which will hold up, we could hi
a fine season, because I expect.
offense will be versatile and h
to stop. But our line problems
severe and the depth is not pr
ent."
Need Experience
Indiana is fielding a squad
which sophomores outnumber
turnees. Coach Phil Dicke
though is aiming for a stea
experienced line. "All things eve
says Dickens, we'll go with
perience." As many as seven fir
year men could conceivably t
starting assignments.
Northwestern, another cel
dweller, also has half its squ
made up of first-year men. A!
other rebuilding project will ag
anchor the Wildcats.

DUFFY DAUGHERTY
. . troubles at State?

DANNY LEWIS
. .. key Badger loss.

F

I

This is Joan
She welcomes "1962"

You'll get to know her all through the year as.
"THE GIRL FROM MADEMOISELLE"

Here Joan gives you the "scoop" on
just two of your "Michigan musts"

lent
as
un-
the
and
ride
vski
nse
ave
our
ard
are
res-
in
re -
ens
dy,
ex-
rst-
win
lar
aad
n-
ain

1
i

for my
J1cqu ine

1
,ALLAs

i

sa

gnd PARIS FASHION
Shoe Wardrobe

It's "RUSH WEEK" at Randalls

BUCKEYE THREATS-.-Don Clark (left) and Frank Kremblas are two of the top backfield men who
will help Woody Hayes attempt to win another Big Ten title. Clark is a'choice for All-American half.
back, while Kremblas is a rugged quarterback.

The Trench Coat

You'll wear it day and night;
rain or shine; fall and spring
'p!aid lined or plain lined;
but you can't do without it.

4O u
A girl would be lost
without her new
tapered-shape shoes:
that so flatter the
leg! And I'd never
find any as smart as
those high 'n little
heels, flats n sports
from Randall's! *
Why, they have':.
hundreds! 14 new',
colors!
As seen in
Mademoiselle
end
Seventeen.
915
955
1249
FIRST STOP for those White U.S. Keds

Vi

Mademoiselle

The store called "home" by Dalton
Cashmeres, Ann Fogarty dresses, Lassie

coats,

Haymaker shirts, Country

The Crew Neck Sweater
You'll wear your brushed Shetland

Set

sportswear, Wondamere fur blends,

Catalina sweaters,
others.

and SO very many

sweater like a uniform in many of
10 colors. With it the inevitable

our
ivy

league shirt and smart

wool skirt.

1'

Your Regisiration is Incomplete

Until

You've

Opened Your Charge Account at

r
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