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The Wolverines enter the game
without serious injuries. Todd
Grant, who had his foot stepped
on in the Northwestern contest,
is ready to go and will probably
see action on offense as relief for
Smith, who will be confronted
with the problem of playing across
from Brown, who is considered to
be the best interior lineman in
the Big Ten.
Dennis Fitzgerald, who sat out
the game against the Wildcats
last week, the result of fatigue
caused by a still undiagnosed
blood infection, is also back in
action and will probably see lim-
ited action as a swing back,
spelling both McRae and Raimey.
In last 'minute appraisals yes-
terday afternoon both Minnesota
and Michigan coaches agreed that
the outcome would depend on
which team could overcome the
"Minnesota has been able to
wear their opponents down this
season, just by using rug ed pow-
er." Michigan defensive and line
coach Bob Hollway said.
"Our problem will be to try to
conserve our energy so we don't
collapse near the end.
"Defensively we will have to
cope with the straight ahead pow-
er that this team can generate,
and try to prevent Stephens from
getting to the outside and into
ie for Little Brown ug
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DON'T LOOK NOW BUT ,.. Northwestern's Mike Stock has tucked the ball under his arm and is
all set to go. Unexpected obstacles are Michigan players Paul Poulos (66) and Bob Johnson (89) who
are about Vz stop Stock. They will be in action against Minnesota today.
Purdue SeeksTUse Iowa;
Wisconlsin T Face Ohio State
., __ _ _
By BOB ROMANOFF
Three Conference games are on
tap for today which should again
focus nation-wide interest on the
broken field," Hollway stated. Tenth ranked Purdue tries to
After watching his team jog hand Iowa, currently the number
through a light workout in the one team in the country for the
S t a d i u m yesterday afternoon, first time in its history, its firstM
defeat. In a battle of once-
LINEUPS defeated teams, Ohio State travels,
MINNESOTA MICHIGAN to Wisconsin and at Ann Arbor,;
INST MHIAN Michigan battles sixth-ranked,
Bel LT Jobson Minnesota for the Little Brown
Mulvena LG oos Jug-.,
Lrson PC Smith Il other games involving Con-
ference teams, Michigan State1
Brown RG Syring helps to dedicate Indiana's new
Brixius RT Schopf stadium in a Homecoming game
Deegan RE Johnson that won't count in the standings
Stephen QB kHbecause of the Hoosiers' suspen-I
Mul.olland LH McRae sion. Northwestern and Illinois,
Munsey RH Raimey which have yet to win a Big Ten
Hagberg FB Tureaud
game, try to gain some prestige
in games against Notre Dame and
Minnesota coach Murray War- Penn State, respectively.
math shook his head and moaned Purdue will be out to record
in a voice brought to the North- its second straight upset, follow-
land from his native Tennessee, ing last week's 24-21 victory over
"Michigan has more speed on its OSU. The Boilermakers will pit
team than Minnesota has had in their power against the Hawkeyes'
the last 30 years." speed and possibly luck. In Iowa's
"We've never had the speed to last two games against Michigan
cope with runners like McRae State and Wisconsin, it had to
and Raimey. People in Minnesota stage last minute rallies to gain
say this is a fast Gopher team, victory.
but they're just comparing them P
to other slow squads, Warmath Purdue will pin its hopes on Its
added. - powerful line, versatile quarter-
Two Long Runs back Bernie Allen, and slashing
Two Lnhg uns D fullback Willy Jones.ru
"Last year Michigan beat us on
two long runs by backs (Darrell Iowa's attack pivots around
Harper and Fred Julian) who quarterback Wilburn Hollis, who'
were considered slow by every onors f h ack of the Week
body else. Yet they ran right past consinygame.
,ic nrlT ae te cae (rr n singame.
could turn into a personal duel
between quarterbacks Ron Miller
of Wisconsin and 0SU's Tom
Matte has completed 21-37
passes for 333 yards and two TDs.
On the ground he has gained 284
yards in 65 rushes.
Sophomore Miller is the Big
Ten's leading ground-gainer and
in the passing department he has
completed 48-87 for 713 yards and
five markers. During the whole
of last -season, the Badgers only
gained 587 yards passing.
Miller's chief target, incident-
ally, is another sophomore, end
Pat Richter. The speedy Richter
has gathered in nine passes for
a total of 125 yards to lead the
Big Ten in that department. He
has averaged no less than 14 yards
a reception and has scored a
There is a possibility though
that Miller's effectiveness will be
hampered by a bad ankle; from
which he has suffered during the
week. Adding to Wisconsin's woes
is the fact that second string
quarterback Jim Bakken is out
DETROIT (A) - The Detroit
Tigers yesterday sent nine players,
including five who spent the 1960
season in the majors, to minor
At the same time, the Tigers
purchased the contracts of 13
players from their farm clubs to
protect them from the player
draft at the upcoming winter
Sent down to Denver of the
American Association were Steve
Bilko, Hank Foiles, Lou Berberet,
jBill Fischer, Jim P ro0ctor,
Sandy Amoros, and Frank Kostro.
Dave Reed and George Spencer
were sent to Birmingham and
In return, the Tigers brought
up Steve Boros, former University
of Michigan infielder, Larry Os-
borne, Jake Wood, George Alusik,
George Thomas, and Gordon Sey-
fried from Denver.
Says Munson, Michigan didn't
play Minnesota for a while, but
when they did, Yost saw the jug
and they (Yost and Cooke) decid-
ed to let it go to the winner of
Yost got the jug after Michigan
won the 1909 game, but the orig-
inal jug was broken later in Ann
Arbor and Yost bought another in
Red Wing, Minn. Munson also
bought another, just like the one
that was broken, and this is the
one the teams play for. The jug
that Yost bought'now sits on
Munson's mantle in, Minneapolis.
Originally white, the Little Brown
Jug, possession of which goes to
the winner this afternoon, now
is maroon and blue with identical
block M's painted on each side.
How it got painted, and how it
happened to be named "brown"
nobody seems to know, but re-
gardless of the color or name, the
series has been an interesting one,
filled with plenty of hard fought
Throughout the long and color-
ful history, no less than four Con-
ference championships have been
directly decided in "jug" battles,
and four perfect seasons have
been ruined by one team or the
Probably the greatest game
ever played in the long series was
the battle here on October 25,
1947 before 85,938 howling fans.
The Wolverines going into the
contest had rolled up the seem
ingly impossible total of 223 points
in just four games, and were led
by All-American quarterback Bob
Chappius and Michigan's current
Head Coach Bump Elliott. How-
ever, the huge Minnesota line,
.anchored by fearsome Leo No-
mellini, gave the Wolverines fits
before Michigan's speed finally
- Won in Rose Bowl
Over the, hump, Michigan went
on to sweep its remaining four
games and overwhelmed South-
ern California in the Rose Bowl,
Outside of the war years when
Michigan was fortunate enough to
have an abundance of young,
strong, military personnel enrolled,
the series has been closely co-
tested with each team boasting
its winning streaks.
But even in those streaks the
games were even and only three
times has either team scored as
many as 40 points on the other.
Two of those games went to Mich-
igan, in 1943, 49-6 and in 1951,
54-27. Minnesota had its day in
1940, winning 40-0.
Six times in the long series
one point has made the differ-
ence, and 18 times the contest has
been decided by one touchdown or
Probably the worst weather
conditions under which the game
has ever been played were recalled
by ex-Michigan coach, and player
at the time, Bennie oosterbaan.
On November 20, 1926, "it was
so cold that I froze my feet," said
Oosterbaan. I even wore a rubber
jacket under my jersey."
Jug on Block
This afternoon the much trav-
eled jug will be on the block again
with some of that old time flavor
These two teams, powerhouses
of the past, but weaker of late,
both appear strong, and who
knows, with the influence of'the
"jug" pushing them on, this game
could possibly decide the Big Ten
title once again.
Louisville 44, W. Kentucky 0
Xavier 28, Quantico 20
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Call Michael Lee at'NO 8-574.d 22.
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AIRPORT BUS to willow Run for
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WORLD'S FAIR, MICHIGAN UNION,
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THE MUSKETEERS join the Chariot
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HAPPY 21ST BIRTHDAY, Marcia Doell.
SOMEONE TOLD Marron & Gold
That they beat Maize & Blue
All we can say
(See Vaughan's Display)
Is: Nero Fiddled Too
WHICH WAY to Green House? I am
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ENTERTAINMENT at Cafe Promethean
every Friday and Saturday evening.
FLAVIUS wants to remind you that
tickets for the Woody Herman Dance
will be available at the door tonight
for $3.50 per couple. Dance from
nine to one. Intermission entertain-
ment will feature the Friars. F5
JOIN THE BIG PARADE, Oct. 27, from
the Diag to the train station leaving
at 9 A.M. P209
REMEMBER THE MUDBOWL' Come
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"lawn" at nine o'clock this morning.
Great fun for all. s r
FOR THE FINEST in music and enter-
tainment contact the Bud-Mor Agen-
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Ray Lewis, Al Young, Al Blaser, Men
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University. NO 2-6362. F57
"OH, WHAT A BEAUTIFUL MORN"
It's Homecoming Morning, and Plavius
has planned many exciting events:
9 a.m, Mudbowl Game; 10:30 Tug-
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Race on the Diag. See you there! F3
CALL, talk, listen, and learn. Big Daddy
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Yes-You Can Still Join
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Stop in Anytime
HUNGRY for some cookies, cakes, and
brownies? FILL UP 'on Monday, Oct.
24, 10 a.m., village Store, 1205 South
University. Alva Gordon Sink Group,
U of M Alumni Association. F200
STEAK AND EGGS-85 cents. DELTA
LUNCH, 409 E. Jefferson. F12
PLANNING TO GO HOME Thanksgiv-
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reservations at Alva's Travel Agency,
300 S. Thayer. The due date for pay-
ment is Nov. 1 so you'd better HUR-
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2-1006 between 8 A.M. and 6 P.M.
PIZZA AND BREW - $.30-2.00. Delta
Lunch, 409 E. Jefferson. F9
HOORAY! COME TO THE FAIR. P204
DID YOU KNOW that it's cheaper to
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SAVE YOUR TICKET STUBS from Josh
White Concert. They will be honored
for a discount on the coming Pete
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Phone NO 3-4858
Nye Motor Sales
IS YOUR ROOMMATE A SPY? Buy
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such an appropriate time to make
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709 Packard NO 5-7131
REWEAVING-Burns, tears, moth holes
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Weave-Bac Shop. 224 Nickels Arcade.
NO 2-4647, J10
DANCE & LISTENING MUSIC
So you can't afford a live band. Let
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dance ibands in Stereophonic Tape
Recorders, amplifiers and speakers.
G. A. Goresbeck & Son
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660 Gill St., Ypsilanti HU 3-1977
FALL BARGAIN CARNIVAL SALE
30-qt. Plastic Waste Basket 1.99
Plastic Pail 77c
Plastic Laundry Basket 99c
0-Cedar Sponge Mop 2.44
* Laundry Cart 2.99
MUEHLIG & LANPHEAR HARDWARE
311 S. Main St. '
CAR SERVICE, ACCESSORIES
FOREIGN CAR SERVICE
We service all makes and models
of Foreign and Sports Cars.
COLLEGE STUDENTS to work in out-
side order dept. 5-9:30 p.m. 3 to 5
nights a week, depending on your
schedule. We train you and furnish
your transportation. Salary $25-$45
per week. Call Mr. James', Mon. only.
9 a.m.-5 p.m., NO 3-6770. H28
BREAKFAST WAITER WANTED. Phone
steward, NO 2-3215. H27
STOCK WORK and selling job open in
our supply department for student
with no afternoon classes. Apply at
PART-TIME PIANIST for local church.
Phone 3-9369 or 2-3737. H25
MARRIED COUPLE for children's cot-
tage. Parent's position, preferably
without children, over 24 years ; of
age live in but duty evenings and
weekends only, two miles from cam-
pus compensation is apt., food, and
salary, Must be available for two
years, Mr. Rome, Washtenaw County
Juvenile Court, NO 3-7511, ext. 277.
STUDENTS AND YOUNG WOMEN, 18
years and over to work part time:
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Fri. Telephone inquiries from our of-
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and Division. For interview call NO
GIRL TO SHARE newly - furnished
ground floor apartment close to cam-
pus. NO 8-8634 or NO 2-7705. C67
PERSONABLE MALEs GRAD Student
interested in sharing your apartment.
Single room almost a must, 'but can
supply own bed, Consider grad fra-
ternity or co-op. Otherwise meal
arrangements only. Reply to Michigan
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ROOMMATE WANTED, female, to share
2 bedroom furnished apartment con-
venient to campus and downtown
area. NO 8-7438 after 5:30. C66
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NO 3-7268 after 5. C64
FOR RENT to bride and groom: clean
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refined couple. Phone NO 3-5126. C65
LIVE NEAR your fraternity or her sor-
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HOUSE--2 bedroom. New oil furnace.
Newly decorated. Furnished or unfur-
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EL 6-8995. C25
ONE BLOCK from campus -- Modern
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from campus. 514 S. Forest. Phone NO
BIKES and SCOOTERS
1957 TRIUMPH T 20 in immaculat
condition. With bags and windshiel8
Must sell. Contact Frank Crawford
NO 8-6978. Zl*
"In the United States the odds are
17 to 1 that you don't own a bicycle
and 1650 to 1 against knowing how
to ride a motorcycle.
"On campus, almost: everyone rice
a bicycle,'and the best bicycles all
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between 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. on Oct
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calling HU 3-4787, A3
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and the owner is wanted desperately
Please call NO 2-3241 for information
and find a year's DAILY subscriptioll
as a reward (only $7.00 too). A
FOUND: Pair of men's glasses. Liberty
Music Shop. A3
APHASIC student wishes ide after
p.m. Fridays to Birmingham, back t
campus Sunday afternoon. Mrs. May,
NO 8-8993. G
BEFORE you buy a class f lok RI
the official Michigan ring. Burr-Pm.
terson and Auld Co. 1209 oth Unl.
versity, NO 8-8887. 111
ARMY-NAVY type Oxfords-$7.95; :ck
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us. Ana Inave t e same group
back this season."
To back up the fact that Minne-
sota thrives on opponents' fatigue
in the latter stages of the game
is the statistic which shows that
while they have yet to score in
the first period of any one game,
(their opponents have scored
once), they outscored their foes
42-7 In the final period of play.
Last Quarter Teamn
With the exception of their 42-01
rout of Indiana, in which they
scored five times in the lastnper-
iod. the Gophers 'have gained~
their margin of victory in the
They scored twice to beat Ne-
braska, 26-14; once to edge North-
western, 7-0; and twice to defeat I
In contrast, Michigan has relied
on quick strikes for victory. Long
passes defeated Northwestern, 14-
7, four quick drives halted Duke,
31-6, and three speedy marches
dropped Oregon 21-0.
On defense, the Hawkeyes could
be seriously hurt by the loss of
first stringers Sherwyn Thorson,
guard, and Charlie Lee, tackle.
The Gadger-Buckeye encounterj
... Big Ten leader
Rebels Protect Rating Against Arkansas
By TOM WEBER
While Iowa and the Big Ten
have been making most of the
headlines, Mississippi has been
rolling right along winning their
games with ease.
So far Ole' Miss has swept to
five straight victories with only a
tough Memphis State team giving
them a battle, and that was only
for one half. They have scored 146
points in those wins to rank sixth
in the nation, while limiting their
opponents to 40.
Williams Annexes AL
Comeback Player Award
By The Associated Press
NEW YORK-For rebounding
brilliantly from his most disas-
trous big league season, Ted Wil-
liams yesterday was named the
American League Comeback Play-
er of the Year for 1960.
The retired Boston Red Sox',
outfielder received 96 of the 182
votes cast by baseball writers in
the annual Associated Press poll.
Roy Sievers of the Chicago White
Sox was named on 34 ballots and
Williams improved his batting
average by 62 points the past sea-
son. He had a .316 mark' along
with 29 home runs when he an-
nounced his immediate retirement
on Sept. 28. In 1959, he hit only
254 with 10 homers.
The 42-year-old slugger wound
up his career with 521 homers'
and a lifetime average of .344. He
Lopat was a left-handed pitch-
er with the Yankees from 1948 un-
til he was traded to Baltimore in
1955. Released, by the Orioles
later in 1955, he returned to the
Yankee system and managed the
Lopat replaced Jim Turner as
pitching coach of the Yankees at
the beginning of this year.
* * *
DUNEDIN, Fla.-Fred McLeod,
78-year-old professional golfer at
Columbia Country Club, Chevy
Chase, Md., has been named to
the PGA Hall of Fame.
The election of the gray-haired
Scotsman was announced yester-
day by Harold Sargent, presi-
dent of the Professional Golfers'
Earlier in the month, 73-year-
old Mike Brady and Jimmy De-
Their offense is one of the most'
potent in the nation, averaging
370 total yards per game to rank
fourth in the nation in that de-
partment. Showing a versatile at-
tack they have picked up almost
half of their yardage through the
Leading the Ole Miss offense
this year is Jake Gibbs, called by
many the best college player
in the nation. Their attack is cen-
tered around the pass-run option
in which the quarterback rolls to
either side. A triple-threat man,
Gibbs has excelled at quarterback,
picking up a total of 669 yards
(523 passing 146 running). He also
does all the punting for the club.
Rounding out the Ole Miss at-
tack is Jim (Hoss) Anderson, a 205
pound fullback, whose smashes up
the middle behind a line averaging
213 pounds complements Gibbs'
This week Mississippi, hoping
The Ann Arbor Rugby Club
moves back into action today
when they meet the Toronto
Wanderers at Wines Field imme-
diately after the Michigan foot-
Ann Arboe" is undefeated in two
games having defeated Guelph
16-0, and the St. Catherine Wasps
The team has been sparked by
|to regain the number one spot
they relinquished to Iowa, will
tackle the Arkansas Razorbacks.
Arkansas has suffered only one
loss this year, as compared with
four wins. One of the wins came
last week against a good Texas
team, who they defeated on a field
goal in the last 15 seconds.
Although this is a non-confer-
ence game for Arkansas, they can
be expected to give Mississippi a
stern test in the latter's drive for
the nation's number one spot.
In the Big Eight Conference,
Missouri will be protecting its un-
beaten record when they meet
Iowa State at Columbia.
The Tigers have been the na-
tion's biggest surprise this year,
having toppled five straight op-
ponents, including a 45-0 romp
over Kansas State last week.
Missouri ranks ninth in the na-
tion in; total offense, averaging
339.8 yards per game, and boasts
the nation's sixth leading indi-
vidual rusher in halfback Mel
West, who has amassed 392 yards.
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