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THE MICHIGAN DAILY _UES

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By FRED KATZ
spirited group of freshmen,
n whom Michigan's football
unes will greatly rest in the
t three years, was put on dis-
7 in mud - ridden Michigan
dium yesterday before an audi-
i of several hundred.
i an evenly-matched intra-
ad game, the Blues scraped out
ast-minute 18-12 victory over
Whites
Blues Score Twice
ed by the poised ball handling
field generalship of quarter-
k Paul Palmer, the Blues came
n behind to score twice in the
rth quarter on sustained drives.
, second touchdown came with
y a minute of playing time re-
Ening.
he final thrust began on the
ite 48-yd. line and was cli-
xed when Palmer, a 5'11" 200-
nder from Toronto, Canada,
aked over from the one-inch
he game-winning plunge by
ner was set up mainly through
efforts of Bill Tunnicliff, a
lb. fullback and a sure bet
future stardom. Tunnicliff
ed his way for 25 yards in five

attempts in the 52-yd, scoring
march.
The first half belonged entirely
to the Whites as they ran 38 plays
to just 15 for the Blues.
John Stamos, standout quarter-
back for the Whites, got the scor-
ing started in a hurry when he
combined with end Wayne Sickler
for a 63-yd. touchdown pass on
the seventh play of the game.
Stamos Completes Five
In all, Stamos completed five of
ten passes for a total of 106 yards.
His opponent, Palmer, hit on four
of six attempts for 42 yards. Both
totals were impressive considering
the sloppy conditions of the field.
Palner's favorite target was
Blue end Jim Zubkus. The pass-
ing combination collaborated on

BLUE
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Schopf
Grant
Pavloff
Herrala
Schmidt
Zubkus
Palmer
Franklin
Haley
Tunnicliff
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LE Sickler
L T Thomas
L G Stieler
C -?ierello
RG Spewock
RT Huffman
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all four completions, three coming
on the Blues' scoring drive that
enabled them to tie the score, 12-
12, early in the fourth quarter.
Despite the slow footing, head
freshman coach Don Dufek re-
vealed a wealth of backfield speed,
an asset that this year's Wol-
verines have been noticeably lack-
ing.
John Haley and Wilbur Frank-
lin of the Blues and the Whites'
left halfback Bennie McRae all
were dazzling on offense.
Haley, a slight (5'10", 175
pounds) speedster from Bethesda,
Md., took a punt on his own 20-
yd. line early in the third quarter,
picked up beautiful downfield
blocking, and scampered the re-
maining 80 yards for the Blues'
first TD.
Haley Gains 43
In all, Haley gained 43 yards in
eight attempts and picked up his
second 6-pointer of the afternoon
with a three-yd. plunge off left
tackle. Haley comes from an
athletic family, his father being a
scout for the Detroit Tiger base-
ball club.
McRae, a sturdy six foot, 195
pounder from Newport News, Va.,
gave indications that he could be-
come another Jim Pace. He picked
up 31 yards in six attempts in
addition to a 25-yd. kickoff return.
McRae is supposedly the swift-
est man on the talented yearling
squad and was Virginia's 1958
state high school 440-yd. dash
champion.
Outstanding in the line were
captains Lou Pavloff and Steve
Stieler, Blues and Whites respec-
tively, and Jon Schopf and Wally
Herrala, both of the winning Blue
team.
Pavloff is a second - semester
190-lb. all-state guard from Hazel
Park.
Stieler, 208 -lb. center from
Wyandotte, was named to the high
school All America fourth team
last year.
Schopf and Heralla are both
Michigan high school all staters.
Schopf hails from Grand Rapids,
while Heralla, a former tackle
shifted to guard, comes from
Muskegon Heights High School,
the same one that produced Wol-'
verine basketball star M. C. Bur-
ton.

I-M VOLLEYBALL SCORES
RESIDENCE HALLS
Chicago 6, Allen Rumsey 0
Huber 5. Winchell 1
Hinsdale 6, Greene 0
Michigan 6, Wenley 0
Kelsey 6, Adams 0
Gomberg 5. Cooley 1
Reeves S, Strauss 1
Williams S, Hayden I
Scott 6, Anderson 0
INDEPENDENT
Latvians 6, Actuaries 0
Rabble Rousers 6, Newman 0
Forestry 6, Psi Kids 0
Cooley Elders 5, Sempervians 1
GOE over Hardcorps, forfeit
Frederick over Pill Pushers, forfeit
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GRID SELECTIONS
Wet weather last weekend dampened the predictions of many
id Picks contestants, but Bob Johnston of East Quad predicted
out of 20 games correctly to cop two free tickets to the State
seater.
The season's last contest is now open to all aspirants. To enter,
you have to do is cut the list of games printed below out of The
ily, circle the teams you think will win, predict the score of the
chigan-Ohio State game and send the entry to Grid Picks, The
chigan Daily, 420 Maynard, Ann Arbor.
The winner will receive two free tickets to "Torpedo Run" cur-
itly being shown at the State Theater.
THIS WEEK'S GAMES

-Daily-Peter Anderson.
START OF A TOUCHDOWN-Wayne Sicler (88) pulls in a
pass from White team quarterback John Stamos in yesterday's
freshman intra-squad game. Sickler went all the way for a TI?,
the total play covering 63 yards. Blue defenders are Wilber Frank-
lin (65) and John Haley (66). The Blues won, 18-12.
Julian Makes M Backfield
Injury Jinx Run Full Cycle
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I. Michigan at Ohio State
2. Northwestern at Illinois
3. Indiana at Purdue
4. Minnesota at Wisconsin
5. Kansas State at Mich. State
6. Nebraska at Oklahoma
7. Notre Dame at Iowa
8. Wake Forest at Auburn
9. Stanford at California
.0. Yale at Harvard

11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.

Kansas at Missouri
Duke at North Carolin,
Oregon at Oregon State
Texas Christian -at Rice
N. Carolina St. at S. C.
Baylor at, SMU
Kentucky at Tennessee
LSU at Tulane
USC at UCLA
Maryland at Virginia

NFL PENNANT RACE: /
-Browns, Colts Lead Pro Grid Ranks

By CHUCK KOZOLL
the Baltimore Colts and the
weland Browns moved one giant
p closer to possession of divi-
n trophies in the National Foot-
1 League yesterday by gaining
ir sixth and seventh wins re-
Ttivel'y.
Vith the New York Giants' bid
eastern honors stifled by the1
tsburgh Steelers, Paul Brown's
veland team now stands alone
first place. It was Jim Brown,
ing a new league rushing re-
d, who contributed the most
the Brown's 20-10 victory over
fourth place Washington Red-
nIs,
Brown Gains 152 Yards
Icoring both of the Cleveland,
.chdowns, the former Syracuse'
iversity back charged 152 yards
bring his season total to 1,163.
Baltimore, taking advantage of
ry Chicago Bear fumble and
pt pass, shut out their nearest
npetitor, 17-0, before a shocked
-igley Field crowd.
4oving the Bears into secondj
ce, the Colts isolated themselves
the top spot with a two-game
e. The chief malefactors in
nday's contest were quarterback
orge -Shaw and fullback Alan
ieche.
'ink Opens
'or Skaing
fSkating will be available to the
eral public at the Michigan
iseum beginning this evening
8 o'clock
Lhe season's schedule includes
o-hour sessions from 8-10 p.m.
esday through Friday and 3-5
n, on Sundays.
Jniversity students will be
Irged 25 cents.

Squashing San Francisco lower
in the Western division standings,
Detroit continued their late season
surge by tripping the 49er's, 35-21,
in capacity Briggs' Stadium.
Gene Gedman, snubbed in many
Lion offensive patterns, was the
key man in Detroit's third win.
Tossing an 81-yd. touchdown pass
in the first quarter, Gedman went
on to score two more himself by
plunging two yards and snagging
a Rote pass.
Philadelphia knotted the Car-
dinals in the Eastern division cel-
lar by downing the men from Chi-
cago's south side, 49-21. Clarence
Peaks scored three touchdowns
within five minutes of the second
period and added one in the fourth
frame to lead the Eagles to their
second NFL win.
Backing the former MSU star,
Norm Van Brocklin fell two yards
short of tying the season's pass
completion record by flipping 19
of 29 passes to waiting Eagle re-
ceivers.

By DAVE LYON
Injuries have finally made the
full cycle in Michigan's backfield.
It was right halfback Fred Jul-
Ian's turn to become a victim of
the jinx in the Wolverine's 8-6
loss to Indiana Saturday.
Julian, the only starting "M"
back who had escaped serious in-
jury during the current season,
suffered a banged-up hip against
the Hoosiers. His status for the
season finale with Ohio State is
doubtful.
Herrnstein First
Firsteitwas captain John
Herrnstein who had to give up his
fullback position because of an
ankle mishap in the Navy game.
Next came quarterback Bob
Ptacek who was victim of a set
of bruised ribs in the Northwest-
ern clash.
Against Illinois it was left half
Darrell Harper who sustained a
bruised thigh.
And now Julian.
Bennie Oosterbaan yesterday
began his final week as head
coach by calling off practice -
the first time this season.
He said he cancelled the re-
hearsals to give his worn-out play-
ers a rest.
Skull Session
Instead, the Wolverines gath-
ered for a skull session which in-
cluded a scouting report of the
Buckeyes and OSU movies.
Besides Julian, Gary McNitt
and Alex Callahan, with shoulder
and ankle injuries respectively,
were Michigan's other crippled
players Saturday. Both are ex-
pected to be in playing condition
against Ohio State.
Post-game reports of Saturday's
Iowa-OSU tilt indicate that Mich-

igan, at full strength or not, will
have its hands full in trying, to
contain Buckeye backs Bob White
and Don Clark, the former almost
a shoo-in for some All America
team.
Ohio State's messrs. "Inside
and Outside" combined for a total
of five touchdowns against -the
Big Ten champion and Rose
Bowl-bound Hawkeyes.
White proved that he has en-
durance galore when he carried
the ball 11 out of 14 plays in the
Ohio scoring drive midway in the
last quarter that broke a 28-28
tie. The Bucks won, 38-28.
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Moving the New York Giants
out of Cleveland's championship
way, the Pittsburgh Steelers rocked
Coach Jim Lee Howell's group, 31-
10. The same New York team that
belted Cleveland and Baltimore on
two successive Sunday afternoons
found the passing of Bobby Layne
too much to contain.
A second - place share In the
western division went to the Los
Angeles Rams who used the hap-
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