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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Irerrnstein s Grid

Career Ended

by Knee Injury

'ullback Tears Ligament,
aces Possible Operation

CRUCIAL AERIAL INTERCEPTED:
Wilson Defends Final Quarter Pass Against Rams

By AL JONES
Daily Sports Editor
The curtain was drawn last
Saturday on one of the most po-
tentially brilliant football careers
in Michigan history.
John Herrnstein never reached
that potential because he coildn't
beat one of the most persistent in-
jury jinxes any athlete has ever
experienced.
Although it has generally been
concede that Herrnstein is
through for the season, Michigan
Coach Bennie Oosterbaan hasn't
given up all hope.
Serious Injury
"The doctors aren't' really sure
yet," Oosterbaan stated yesterday.
The injury is a severely torn hga-
ment of the knee, which is gen-
erally felt to be one of the worst
injuries an athlete can suffer.
Whether the doctors will operate
is still a question. "They will decide
soon if an operation is necessary
for recovery, and then it will be
up to Herrnstein," Oosterbaan
said.
Rather than a recurrence of one
of the 'M' captain's former in-
juries, this is something entirely
new. Game films revealed that the
rugged fullback was hit fully upon
the knee with a block, described as
"good and clean" by Oosterbaan,
Apparently Herrnstein didn't see
the blocker coming.
Last year as a junior Herrnstein
was kept out of most of the season
with an injured foot suffered
against Michigan State. Early this
season he broke his cheekbone and
nose in practice, and then was out
of the MSU game with another
head injury.
Rio Elevated
The loss of Herrnstein, which
Oosterbaan is forced to consider
final, "unless we are very pleasant-
ly surprised later in the season,"
means the elevation of Tony Rio to
the first-string backfield.
The Herrnstein injury has given
a new twist to the anticipated re-
covery of Jim Byers, who injured
his knee before the season started.
Touted to be starting center, Byers
was thought to be lost for the sea-
son.
The fact that Byers played his
first two years at fullback, and
then switched this fall to fill the
pivot hole left by the graduation
of Jerry Goebel and Gene Snider

has caused Oosterbaan to change
the 'M' senior back.
Needed at Fullback
"We don't know if he will be
able to play yet," the 'M' mentor
said, "but if he can we will need
him at fullback. We won't know
for about a week if his knee will
be able to stand the strain of
contact."
Byers was out at practice yester-
day for the first time. The fact
that Jim Dickey has filled in well
at, center, and the recovery of
sophomore pivotman Dick Syring
has enabled Oosterbaan to switch
Byers back to fullback.
Besides the loss of Herrnstein,
the squad is still without the full
services of guard Tom Jobson,
tackle Willie Smith, and halfback
Gary McNitt. All three missed the
Navy game and are on the ques-
tionable list for Northwestern.

-Daily-Harold Gassenhener
END OF THE LINE-Michigan football captain John Herrnstein
watches the second half of the Navy game last Saturday from the
bench, covered with a blanket. He suffered a torn knee ligament,
,and is probably through for the season.

ON THE I-M SCENE:
Cooleys Passing Beats Greene

By BILL ZOLLA
Cooley House remained unbeaten
as their tremendous aerial game;
downed Greene, 28-6, in residence
hall "A" football. Led by the
deadeye pitching of Art Gnewuch,
the victors tallied four times
through the air.
Huber rolled over Nan Tyne,
20-0, as tailback Mike Stillwagon
ran for one score and passed for
two others.

Lloyd remained among the un-
beaten few as they whipped Kel-
sey, 14-6. The combination of Red
Berenson and Dick Rau clicked for
two six-pointers to provide the.
winning margin.
Cook Stars
Anderson made use of the good
right arm of tailback Dave Cook
as they edged Adams, 12-8.
Nick Liakonis spearheaded the
Taylor attack as they beat Scott,

IN SPECIAL PLAYOFF:
Australians Defeat U.S.
In World Golf Tourney

ST. ANDREWS, Scotland (R) -
Australia won the first World
Amateur Golf Team Championship
today by the margin of two strokes,
on a superb round of golf by young
Bruce Devlin.
The Australians' margin in the
18-hole playoff for the huge Eisen-
hower Trophy was 222 strokes

22-16. Liakonis ran for two scores
and passed to Elliot Pearlnan for
the third touchdown.
Bob Litten and Scott Cleveland
paced the Allen-Rumsey squad to
an 18-14 victory over Strauss.
Winchell Rallies
Winchell rallied to defeat Michi-
gan, 12-6, in overtime. George Carr
connected with Steve Hymen dur-
ing the extra set of downs to sew
up the contest after the game had
been tied at 6-6 at the end of
regulation time.
Williams also won an overtime
struggle, 1-0, by making the far-
thest pentration. Wenley shut out
Hayden, 16-0, as Dan Burroughs
and Terry Pokela crossed the goal
line for the victors.
In "B" action, Reeves edged
Hayden, 6-0. Jim Harder's scoring
jaunt. Wenchell, sparked by the
Grosslight twins, won over Wen-
ley, 12-8. Terry Grosslight hit his
brother Les, twice for scoring
plays.
Anderson Triumph
Ken Heller threw three touch-
down aerials while leading Ander-
son to a 22-14 win over Greene.
Allen-Rumsey crushed Kelsey, 18-
0 as Frank Vellucci starred for
the winners.
Williams scored once on a pass
from Lou Wall to Leo Butzel and
it was enough to edge Huber, 6-0.
Van Tyne beat Scott, 12-6, and
Michiga nrolled over Taylor, 22-0.
Gomberg whipped Chicago, 22-6
as Dick Lyons threw for two
touchdowns. Tom Stutz hit paydirt
twice on scoring runs to lead
Strauss to a 12-8 win over Adams.
In a "B" social fraternity game,
TKE routed Delta Chi, 40-0.

By AL SINAI
"I didn't consider the pass play
a gamble," stated Detroit Lion
Coach George Wilson. He was re-
ferring to a pass play called by
him which resulted in a key inter-
ception by the Los Angeles Rams
Sunday at Detroit.
The score was tied 28-28 late in{
the fourth quarter, when the Lions
started a series of downs from
their own 37 line. Six running
plays moved the ball to the Rams'
22.
On third and three, Earl Morr-
all, playing his first game for the
Lions, ran to the bench for instruc-
tions from Wilson. Morrall, who
earlier' had. thrown a 54-yard
touchdown pass to Hopalong Cas-
sady, stepped back and threw one
aimed at Jim Doran, but Ram
halfback Jack Morris picked it off
thereby ruining any Detroit hopes
for victory as Los Angels rolled
to two touchdowns. In the last two
minutes to win, 42-28.
Going for TD
"We were going for the TD,"
said Wilson. "We only call about
half a dozen bench plays in a
game, and 99 times out of 100, that
pass wouldn't have been inter-
cepted."
For a while it looked as if the
Lions might win their first game
of the year in a wild contest which
saw 42 points scored in the second
quarter and Lion punter Yale Lary
have his first kick in 143 tries
blocked.
Lund To Hold
Squad Meeting
Varsity baseball coach Don Lund
announces that there will be a
meeting, Thursday, Oct. 16, for all
those interested in going out for
baseball. The meeting will take
place at 4:30 p.m. in the basement
of the Athletic Administration
Building.
Varsity letter winners, reserve
squad members, freshmen numeral
winners and anyone else interested
in going out for the team are in-
vited.
U ofM
is pleased to announce
Mr. Fuller specializing
in crew cuts is now
one of our fine stylists
715 North University
Daily Classifieds
Bring Results

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However, the Ram's . offense
which is among the best in the
league, proved too much for last
year's defending champions, as.
Jon Arnett scored three tiniesl and
halfback Tom Wilson ran 82 yards
on a dazzling touchdown run.
Colts, Browns Unbeaten
In other games, the Baltimore
Colts and the Cleveland Browns
maintained their unbeaten records.
The Colts defeated Green Bay, 24-
17, and: the Browns beat the Chi-
cago Cardinals, 35-28.
Baltimore spotted Green Bay 17
points and then came back to score

24 points in the second half cli-
maxed by Andy Nelson's 52-yard
run on an intercepted pass. It was
the Colt's third straight victory
and enabled them to hold .a one-
game lead over the Chicago Bears
and Los Angeles Rams.
Browns Not Pressed
TheBrowns were never pressed
as a record 65;004 persons saw
Paul Br'own's club take a one-game
lead over the New York Giants in
the Eastern Division. Jim Brown
scored three times for Cleveland,
as the Browns ran up 322 yards
rushing.

The Pittsburgh Steelers "with
Bobby Layne at the helm converted
Philadelphia fumbles into touch-
downs as they beat the Eagles,
24-3. Another ex-Lion, Tom Tracy,
scored twice for the Steelers.
Harlon Hill pf the Bears grabbed
two touchdown passes as the Bears
defeated the San Francisco 49ers,
28-6, to tie for second place in
the Western Division, while the
New York Giants took over undis-
puted possession of second place
in the Eastern Division with a 21-
14 win over Washington.

against 224 for the United States.
The count was based on the
three low scores for each team
and Devlin made the greatest con-
tribution toward it when he shot a
playoff round bf 37-35-72 over
the massive Old Course at St.

Andrews.
Today's playoff
man teams came
finished 72 holes

GRID SELECTIONS

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between four-
after they had
Saturday tied

In a week marked by numerable upsets Bill Hancock came through
relatively unscathed and wound up as the winner of last week's Grid
Picks contest.
Hancock missed only four out of twenty games and as a result tied
with three other contestants. His near perfect prediction of the Michi-
gan-Navy game was responsible'for his victory. While most of the
entrants selected the Wolverines to win, Hancock picked a 20-13
victory for Navy, only one point away from the actual 20-14 score.
Entries for the fourth Grid Picks contest of the season are now
open. To enter, all you have. to do is clip out the list of games printed
below, circle the winners, predict the score of the Michigan-North-
wesern game and send your entry to: Grid Picks, The Michigan Daily,
420 Maynard, Ann Arbor.
You can also enter in person at The Michigan Daily. Entries close
Friday at midnight and each contestant Is allowed to enter only once.
The winner will receive two tickets to see "The Defiant Ones" which
starts Wednesday at the State Theater.'
THIS WEEK'S GAMES

with 918 strokes each. Only the
three bes scores on each team
counted eah day-just as they did
in the playoff.
Devlin, an apprentice plumber
who played remarkably consistent
golf after a bad first round, turne.d
in today's best score over the
6,936-yard, par 36-36--72 Old
Course. He finished the regular
competition with 73-74-73 as the
Aussies came on to tie after being
17 strokes behind the lead on the
first day.
U. S. Amateur Champion Charlie
Coe of Oklahoma City was low for
the Americans with 38-35-73.
Northwestern
Trip Planned
The Wolverine Club is sponsor-
ing bus transportation to the
Northwestern game next weekend.
Arrangements call for the buses
to leave Ann Arbor at 6 a.m. on
Saturday. The buses will leave
Evanston Sunday at 10 a.m. Stu-
dents must arrange for their own
accommodations for Saturday
night. Price for the round trip
ticket is $9.50 and they are on sale
on the Diag.

Pre-Medical Society Meeting
Wednesday, Oct. 15-8 P.M.
Aud. D., Angell Hall
TOPIC: "NUCLEIC ACID AND CANCER"
Book, "Admission Requirements for Medical Schools," will be sold.
Everyone is cordially invited to attend. Membership available.

1. MICHIGAN at Northwestern
2. Illinois at Minnesota
3. Indiana at Ohio State
4. Iowa at Wisconsin
5. Michigan State at Purdue
6. Alabama at Tennessee
7. Auburn at Georgia Tech
8. Penn State at.Boston U.
9. California at Southern Cal.
10. Harvard at Columbia

11. Duke at Notre Dame
12. Maryland at North Carolina
13. Navy at Tulane
14. N. C. State at Wm. & Mary
15. Washington State at Oregon
16. West Virginia at Pittsburgh
17. Air Force at Stanford
18. UCLA at Washington
19. Kansas at Oklahoma
20. Vanderbilt at Florida

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