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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21,1961

TIlE IIIICIHGAN DAILY TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1961

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cae May Play;_Strobel, Grant Can't

FERGUSON AND COMPANY:
OSU Boasts Power Running

-Daily-Fred Shippey
YE, BYE, BENNIE-Coach Bump Elliott is hoping a shoulder injury doesn't mean bye, bye to
alfback Bennie McRae's chances to play against' Ohio State Saturday. They'd rather see him go
ye into the secondary as he does here against Army. Defensive back Tom Cunningham (30) tries
o get back into the play while John Minko (on ground has done his job blocking.
[TLE AT STAKE:
Focus on Gophers, Buckeyes
n Closing gTen W eek end

By DAVE GOOD
Left halfback Bennie McRae
thinks he might have a chance to
play this Saturday against Ohio
State despite a deep bruise and
slight separation of his left shoul-
der, but his replacement, Jack
Strobel, and starting center Todd
Grant have had it.
Strobel and Grant, who both
underwent surgery Sunday morn-
ing, were victims of those crippling
knee injuries which have cut down
the Wolverines' ranks for the last
two years.
Meantz Doubtful
Left end Scott Maentz, the
team's best punter, is doubtful,
nursing a sprained ankle, and
tackle Jon Schopf may miss his'
fourth straight game with the
shoulder separation he suffered
in the Minnesota game.
McRae, who made a diving
catch of quarterback Dave Glinka's
28-yd. pass on Michigan's first
series of downs and carried fo:
four yds. around right end two
plays .later, explained, "I was
tackled. When I lowered my
shoulder it just so happened, that
his (the tackler's helmet hit
right on the top of my shoulder-
right on the top.
Wouldn't Happen Again
"It probably wouldn't happen
again in 100 years.
"It's just sore now. If I can
get to the point where I can
raise my hands to catch passes.
I'll play. I'll know by Wednesday."
Except for these little setbacks,
though, things are just fine with
Coach Bump Elliott and his staff.
Really, Elliott knows it could have
been worse.
Shift Lineup
If McRae can't play, Elliott
pointed out several possibilities of
shifting the lineup. He could start
third-stringer Harvey Chapman,
who was so instrumental in Michi-
gan's second-half comeback by
gaining 71 yds. in five carries.
"Harvey did a fine job Satur-
day and there's every possibility
he could start," Elliott said. "But
we're also contemplating a few
changes to strengthen both half-
back positions. Ken Tureaud has
had some experience at left half
and there's a possibility of switch-
ing Ed Hood from right half."
Getting More Strength
Tureaud, second-string fullback
and one of the Big Ten's top line-
backers, "is getting fore strength
in his leg every day," related El-
liott, "We're hoping he can be
close to 100 per cent Saturday."

Tureaud has been out with a
pinched nerve in his leg and saw
only limited duty against Iowa
Saturday.
Center John Walker, who has
career, missed practice with every-
three knee operations during his
body else on the sick list because
"he bumped his knee and his
ankle a little," according to Elliott,
but should be ready to start for
Grant against the Buckeyes.
Fullback Bill Tunnicliff, who
barrelled against Iowa Saturday as
if he never had a sprained ankle,'
should also be going full steam this
week.

By TOM WEBBER,
. And now for the Buckeyes.
After being assured of his best
season in three years as Michi-
gan coach, Bump Elliott must now
figure out how to stop Ohio State.-
This will definitely not be an easy
task and Elliott needs only askI
assistant coach Jack Fouts to find
out how difficult.
Witnessed Foe After Foe
Fouts has witnessed foe after
foe fall before the wild stampedes
of All-America fullback Bob Fer-
guson and the crushing sweeps of
a supporting cast of halfbacks and
quarterbacks.

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innesota and Ohio State, paired
the top of the Big Ten with
marred conference marks, place
rything on theline Saturday as
finish line looms on the 1961
diron race.
Minnesota challenges neighbor-
Wisconsin, fresh from a 55-7
lloping over Illinois, on the
pher turf while Ohio State

journeys to Ann Arbor to send Bob
Ferguson and company against
Michigan's 3-2 Wolverines.
Paced Buckeyes
Ferguson's power ground gain-
ing has paced the Buckeyes to
seven straight victories this fall, a
lone 7-7 tie with Texas Christian
spoiling a so-far perfect season.
The Sandy Stephens-directed Go-
phers are 7-1 for the year. Mis-

[ichigan Hockey Team Set
or Debut AgainstToronto
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By JIM BERGER

It doesn't take much time at
ichigan to switch from fall
ports to winter sports; two days
1 fact.
That's right, the Michigan
Dokey team will open its 1961-62
ason next Monday againTst th'e
niversity of Toronto at Toronto.
will be sort of a tryout game
>r Michigan coach Al Renfrew as
e will be looking ahead to the
ome Michigan Tech series on
ec. 1 and 2.,
Been Experimenting
As of now, Renfrew is not sure
hich players will be skating to-
ether. "We've been experimenting
,tely," said the Michigan mentor.
ne thing's for sure, Gordon
Red" Berenson, Michigan's lead-
vg scorer last year, will be on the
frst line.
Goalie wise, Michigan will still
ave two goal tenders ready to go.
lthough veteran Jim Coyle grad-
ated last year, sophomore Bob
ari's home opener 4-3. The only
ther home losses suffered by the
fray will be ready to go, as will
ave Butts. Butts alternated with
oyle last season.
Score Shutout.
Incidentally, Butts' first ap-
earance in the goal last year
as against the Blue's and he
cored a shutout as Michigan won,
-0.
The Blue's handed the Wolver-
ies one of their three home losses
st year as they spoiled Michi-
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Wolverines were the two to NCAA'
champions, Denver.
The Michigan mentor will use
the game as a possible proving
ground for his several sophomore
candidates.
Will Watch Sophs
Among the candidates that he
will probably. watch mosthcare-
fully will be his two sophomore de-
fensemen, Ross Morrison, and
Wayne Kartusch. Ted Wilson, a
senior defensemen who is out for
the team for the first time, is also
likely to see some action.
The sophomore forwards who
will be seeing action for the first
time will be Gordon Wilkie and
Ron Coristine.
The team will leave for Toronto
on Sunday morning.
Question ND
Victory Score
By The Associated Press
The fantastic ending of Satur-
day's Notre Dame-Syracuse game,
won by Notre Dame 17-15 on a
field goal after time officially had
expired, has stirred up a howling
controversy in college football
circles.
Asa Bushnell, commissioner of
the Eastern College Athletic Con-
ference which provided two of the
five officials, said yesterday no
comment would be made until the
reports of all the officials had been
received.
W. R. (Bill) Reed) commissioner
of the Big Ten which provided the
otherthree officials including the
referee and head linesman who
made the disputed call, also said
no comment would be made until
all reports were in.
The Eastern College Conference
and the Big Ten which furnished
the officials, have put off until
today the ruling about the contro-
versial play.

souri dumped Minnesota 6-0 in the
fall opener.
At the other end of the Big Ten
ladder, Illinois will make a final
attempt at salvaging something
in the victory column this year as
the winless Illini tangle with a
still - snarling Michigan State
eleven at East Lansing. The Spar-
tans will be up against Pete El-
liott's infirmary crew after hand-
ing Northwestern a 21-13 decision
last weekend. It was a return to
the victory trail after losing two
straight.
Nightmarish Ending
For the Illini it looks like a
nightmarish ending to an already
devastating fall. After last week's
huminiation at the hands of Wis-
consin thet Illinois eleven will be
about ready to call it quits after
Saturday.
Likewise winless in Big Ten play,
Indiana will try its hopes for a
lone conference victory against
Purdue at Bloomington. The Hoos-
iers have two intersectional con-
quests under their belts, the latest
coming last week at the expense
of West Virginia, 17-9. Purdue,
now with a 3-2 Big Ten mark,
dropped out of contention for the
conference crown last week, fall-
ing to Minnesota 10-7.
Meets Miami
Northwestern meets Miami un-
der the lights Friday night. The
Southerners are 5-3 for the sea-
son and will be up against the
Wildcats after winning three in a
row. Miami slipped by Tulane two
weeks ago, 6-0. The Hurricanes
had an open date last week.
After succumbing to Michigan
State, Northwestern enters the
final with a 4-4 overall mark.
Szykowny at Controls
Matt Szykowny will be at the
controls as Iowa hosts the fighting
Irish from South Bend in the
Hawkeye closer. Notre Dame fin-
ishes against Duke a week from
Saturday.
The Irish have won five this
year, a few steps up the gridiron
ladder of success from recent
years. Iowa sports a 4-4 record.

DALLAS ) - The American
Football League admitted last
night that it had held a draft prior
to the official date-Dec. 2.
It violated an agreement with
the ,American Football Coaches
Association and brought a protest
from the NCAA.
Commissioner Joe Foss did not
term it a draft in a statement
designed to clear up all misunder-
standings but he said the eight
owners "conducted a poll among
themselves in respects to a limited
number of players with whom they
would have intra-league negotia-
tion rights."
On Territorial Basis
Foss pointed out that the "privi-
lege of negotiations for selected
players, which was conducted par-
tially on a territorial basis, was to
embrace all regulations of the
by-laws in respect to the signing
of college players.
These by-laws prohibit signing
of any player before he has-played
has last college football game,
BOWL NOTES:
Bids Given
To LSU,
Maryland
By The Associated Press
MIAMI - Louisiana State Uni-
versity received an invitation yes-
terday to play in the Orange Bowl
football game against a Big Eight
team to be selected later.
Van C. Kussrow, Orange Bowl
chairman, announced LSU's selec-
tion after ancommittee meeting,
but he declined to speculate on the
Big Eight choice.
"The Big Eight representative
will be selected at the conclusion
of the season," he said in a formal
announcement, adding informally
that the committee, "although not
obligated to do so, usually selects
the Big Eight champion."
That would give Colorado the
bid. Kansas, however, has been!
mentioned as a top contender, es-
pecially after its 53-7 victory over
California. Colorado has a 6-1
record and Kansas a 6-1-2 mark,
including a 20-19 loss to Colorado.
, * * *
COLLEGE PARK, Md. - The
University of Maryland was offered
yesterday and will accept an invi-
tation to play New Year's Day in
the Gator Bowl at Jacksonville,
Fla., if it beats Virginia in football
next Saturday.
A closing victory over Virginia!
as a prerequisite was set by the
Bowl officials. Maryland has won
seven of its nine games.
The wired invitation from the
bowl specified officials, wanted a
"team with an 8-2 record." Coach
Tom Nugent accepted this specifi-
cation in a return acceptance wire.

thus the AFL "jump the gun" draft
will not affect any college player's
eligibility.
Compiled by Owners
Foss declared "the negotiation
list was compiled by the owners
without the knowledge of myself
or my office. I was embarrassed
that the poll was taken without
the knowledge of my office. I am
told that this was done because
of my feelings against any sort of
player selection prior to the regu-
lar draft."
He added, however, that since
this does not give a club the right
to sign a player prior to Dec. 2, I
might have approved the negotia-
tion list, as such, as a player-
scouting measure."
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Fouts reports that most of the Bill Mrukowski, the combination
teams have banked on a five-man runner and passer until he in-
line with linebackers moving in jured his hand, has completed 43
and out. The most successful teams per cent of his passes and rushed
were Iowa and Indiana which used for 140 yds.
a five-two defense. Running More
Nine Man Line Since Mrukowski's injury, Mum-
"In certain situations they mov- mey has taken over the first string
ed up to almost a nine-man line," job and has been running more
he said. and more every game. Mrukowski
The need for the linebackers is has been delegated to defensive
obvious considering the variety of duties.
the Ohio State defense. No, Woody The biggest surprise is the pass-
Hayes hasn't developed a razzle- ing of Joe Sparma. As noted Hayes
dazzle type of play, nor has he doesn't pass much, but when his
resorted to the pass very often. attack has stalled, he has shown
But, he does have a multitude of no hesitation in passing. Against
good ball-carriers and he used Iowa, Ferguson and company
them all. were having trouble, so Sparma
Ferguson Lugs Pigskin stepped back and flipped two scor-
Ferguson still lugs the pigskin ing tosses to lead the Bucvkeyes
on 20 or more plays a game, but to victory.
the Bucks run so many plays that Passed To Bryant
the halfbacks get ample oppor- The Buckeyes have passed often
tunities. Fouts reeled off the enough for end Chuck Bryant to
names of halfbacks Paul Warfield, have 14 receptions, four more than
Bob Klein, and Matt Snell as all any Wolverine, four of them for
sub-10 second men in the 100-yd. touchdowns. Eight of Sparma's
dash. Warfield is the leading ball- completions have gone for TD's.
carrier of the three, carrying the Fouts does bring one piece of
ball for a 4.3 yd. average in 62 good news, though. He reports that
carries. Ohio State has been almost as
ThesBuckeyes also have three unlucky as Michigan at winning
very good quarterbacks, and they the toss of the coin at the begin-
have done more than just hand ning of the game-almost but not
off to Ferguson. John Mummey, quite. If Wolverine captain George
known as the bestrunner of the Mans loses his ninth toss this Sat-
three, leads the club in average urday, Michigan may never see
yds. gained with a 5.3 average, the ball in the first quarter.
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Hawks, Hire
Lerane as
New Coach

ST. LOUIS (P)-Owner Ben Ker-
ner dipped into the ranks of his
13 former coaches yesterday and
picked Fuzzy Levane to coach the
slumping St. Louis Hawks for the
balance of the 1961-62 National
Basketball Association season..
Levane, 41, succeeds Paul Sey-
mour, 33, who was fired Friday
amid evidence of a widening rift
between him and his veteran front
line of Bob Pettit, Clyde Lovellette
and Cliff Hagan.
No terms were announced, but
Levane said Kerner had been "very
generous" with him.
Levane, a veteran of 15 years
in pro basketball as a player and
coach, piloted the old Milwaukee
Hawks and the New York Knicker-
bockers. He was the NBA's coach
of the year at New York in 1958-
59, but has not been connected
with the game for the last year and
a half.

Michigan Civil Service is now recruiting applicants for its current
examination program. Trainee positions involving intensive on-the-job
development-programs will be filled from this examination.
Applicants must be college graduates by August 1962. Variations in
majors required according to class. Applicants must submit transcripts
of their college credits with their applications where indicated on the
announcement.
Write for applications for examination before DECEMBER 4, 1961 to
the MICHIGAN CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION, LANSING 13,;MICHI-
GAN.
BENEFITS AVAILABLE TO STATE OF MICHIGAN EMPLOEES:
Pay rates in line with those of other employees
Regular salary increases
(Promotional opportunities
Group insurance program
Longevity pay
Liberal annual and sick leave provisions. (Payment of 50% of earned
sick leave on retirement or death. No limit on sick leave accrual.)
Unemployment compensation
Excellent retirement plan including social security benefits

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GRID SELECTION'S
Mike Brunschwig, 1202 Prospect, wraps up this year's series of
weekly Grid Picks contests by picking 18 of 20 games right in what
was generally the best week of the season for the pickers.
His 24-15 prediction of the Michigan score was only two points off
and won him two free tickets to the Michigan Theatre. Jim Reedy,
1412 Prospect, and John Zline, 228 Hayden, also racked up 18-2 records
but couldn't come close enough on the score.
All three missed the Texas Christian-Texas and Washington-UCLA
upsets.
Jim Berger picked 17 games correctly to top the Daily sports
staffers while Pete DiLorenzi had to pick a tie in the Purdue-Minnesota
game and forgot to choose a winner in the Oklahoma-Army game to
Brian MacClowry for the low this week, 13 right.

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