LIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1958 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
(Continued from Page 1)
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USC Arrives in Dearborn t] h ra2 Goes After Clincher today
series of the season, was unable
to be reached for comment.
However, he did tell The Daily
last spring that he was very in-
terested in the jo, if offered to
"I have been very happy in my
10 years with the Tigers," he said
at that time, "but I consider the
Michigan job an advancement."
Lund's' business connections
with the Tigers would be ended,
if appointed, he said. However,
the big, former outfielder and
first baseman was quick to note
that his friendly relations with
his former players will be long-
His most recent position with
the Tigers has been as third base
ON THE SIDELINES-Jim Byers, Michigan center who is out of
action for at least three more weeks while recuperating from a
knee operation, gives a few helpful pointers to Gerry Smith, third-
string center. Both players were former fullbacks shifted to the
pivot position during spring practice.
By DICK MINTZ
Although the skies threatened
rain, the Michigan grid squad
managed to polish their offensive
attack during a light workout yes-
terday in preparation for tomor-
row's opener against USC.
Employing a single wing, the
starting backfield of BobnPtacek
at quarter, Fred Julian and Brad
Myers at halves and captain John.
Herrnstein at fullback worked and
ireworked their speedy ground-
The rugged 215-lb. Herrnstein
once again looked like he might be
expected to assume the role he
played as the smashing sophomore
back who shared scoring honors
with Terry Barr two years ago.
Myers, taking a full part in the
practice, showed no signs of the
injury that has hobbled him for
the past few weeks. The fleet back,
lofting several lengthy punts,
practically assured the Wolverines
exacting proficiency in this de-
To Stay at Dearborn
The USC team flew into Willow
Run at 9:15 p.m. yesterday and
made headquarters at the Dear-
born Inn. Working out in Dear-
beorn today, the Trojans won't be
in Ann Arbor until they prepare
to suit up for tomorrow's game.
Scouts Matt Patanelli and Don
Dufek were high in their apprai-
sal of the Trojans.
'"They were a. spirited, eager
team last year," said Patanelli,
"but that 1957 club cannot- con-
pare with the team we saw Satur-
day. They've improved tremen-
dously. They have a huge line-
that's what wrecked Oregon State
-and they're sharp and fast.
"Add to that line some fine backs
like Willie Wood, Bob Arnett and
Rex Johnston, haflbacks, and
you've got something. They've also
got one of the best tackles you'll
see around in Dan Ficca, the big
230-lb. sophomore from Pennsyl-
vania," said the two coaches.
Both scouts were impressed with
Wood at quarter and also with a
175-lb. end. Hillard Hill, who
scored the Trojans "second touch-
down against State on a 38-yd.
pass completion from his quarter-
W L Pct. GB
New York 90 61 .596 -
Chicago 80 71 .530 10
Detroit 76 75 .503 14
Boston 75 75 .500 1412
Cleveland 75 75 .500 1412
Baltimore 73 77 .487 161/
Kansas City 72 79 .477 18
Washington 61 89 .407 28/
Detroit 7, Chicago 1
Boston vs. Washington (2 Twi-night)
Baltimore at New York (N)
Detroit at Cleveland (N)
Kansas City at Chicago (N)
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Once again The Daily sports staff will be attempting to success-
fully pick the winners of the nation's major college football games.
Every Friday the choices of the three senior editors, five night
editors and a guest selector will be published.
This week's guest is Harry Newman, '33. He was an Ail-American
quarterback for the Wolverines and later an all-pro selection as a
member of the New York Giants.
Our readers are invited to match wits with The Daily sports staff
by either sending a card or letter with their selections to Grid Picks,
The Michigan Daily, 420 Maynard, Ann Arbor, or by coming to The
Daily and filling out the entry blanks for this week's contest.
All entries must be postmarked by midnight tonight and each
contestant may enter only once,
The winner will be awarded two tickets to see "Damn Yankees"
which opens today at the Michigan theater.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES
Consensus Picks in Caps
To Office Post
ST. LOUIS (P) - Fiery Eddie
Stanky, coach of the Cleveland
Indians the past two seasons, was
given a front office job today
with the St. Louis Cardinals
a team he once managed.
His official title will be "assis-
tant on player personnel." Stanky
takes over for Scout Joe Mathes
who retired recently after 30
years with the Cardinals.
The signing of Stanky helped
round out the picture of what the
brain trust of the Cardinals will
be 'like next year. Still to be
named, however, is a successor to
field manager Fred Hutchinson
who was fired last week.
Members of the University of
Michigan Club of Ann Arbor
are invited to attend a showing
of the Michigan-Southern Cali-
fornia game at 12:30 p.m. Tues-
day at the Athletic Administra-
tion Building. Wally Weber will
describe the play.
Southern Cal at MICHIGAN
UCLA at ILLINOIS
TEXAS CHRISTIAN at Iowa
S. Methodist at OHIO STATE
WASH. ST. at Northwestern
MINESOTA at Washington
Nebraska at PURDUE
West Va. at OKLAHOMA
Kansas State at COLORADO
California' at MICH. STATE
South Carolina at ARMY
Colgate at CORELL
Wm. and Mary at NAVY
PENN STATE at Pennsylvania
Holy Cross at PITTSBURGH
Tennessee at AUBURN
MISSISSIPPI ST. at Florida
Clemson at N. CAROLINA
DUKE at Virginia
RICE at 'Stanford
Room 3RS, Union
SPORTS STAFF SELECTIONS
AL JONES (Sports Editor)-Michigan, Illinois, Iowa, OSU, Wash-
ington State, Minnesota, Purdue, Oklahoma, Colorado, MSU, Army,
Cornell, Navy, Penn State, Pittsburgh, Tennessee, Mississippi State,
North Carolina, Duke, Rice.
SI COLEMAN (Associate Sports Editor)-Michigan, Illinois, TCU,
OSU, Washington State, Washington, Purdue, Oklahoma, Colorado,
MSU, Army, Cornell, Navy, Penn State, Pittsburgh, Auburn, Florida,
North Carolina, Duke, Stanford.
CARL RISEMAN (Associate Sports Editor)-Michigani Illinois,
TCU;, SMU, Northwestern, Minnesota, Purdue, Oklahoma, Colorado,
MSU, Army, Cornell, Navy, Penn State, Pittsburgh, Auburn, Mississippi
State, North Carolina, Duke, Rice and Stanford (tie).
FRED KATZ-Michigan, Illinois, TCU, OSU, Washington State,
Washington, Purdue, Oklahoma, Colorado, MSV, Army, Cornell, Navy,
Penn State, Pittsburgh, Auburn, Mississippi State, North Carolina,'
CHUCK KOZOLL-Michigan, Illinois, Iowa, OSU, Washington
State, Washington, Purdue, Oklahoma, Kansas State, MSU, Army,
Cornell, Navy, Penn State, Pittsburgh, Auburn, Florida, North Carolina,
DAVE LYON-Michigan, Illinois, TCU, OSU, Washington State,
Monnesota, Purdue, Oklahoma, Colorado, MSU, Army, Colgate, Navy,
Penn State, Pittsburgh, Tennessee, Mississippi State, North Carolina,
JIM BENAGH-Michigan, TCU, OSU, Washington State, Minne-
sota, Purdue, Oklahoma, Colorado, MSU, Army, Colgate, Navy, Penn
State, Pittsburgh, Auburn, Florida, North Carolina, Duke, Rice.
DICK MINTZ-Michigan, UCLA, Iowa, OSU, Washington State,,
Minnesota, Purdue, Oklahoma, Kansas State, MSU, Army, Cornell,
Navy, Penn State, Auburn, Mississippi State, N. Carolina, Duke, Rice.
HARRY NEWMAN (Guest Selector)-Michigan, Illinois, Iowa,
OSU, Washington State, Minnesota, Purdue, Oklahoma, Colorado,
MSU, Army, Cornell, Navy, Penn State, Pittsburgh, Auburn, Mississippi
State, Clemson, Duke, Stanford.
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