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Indiana Invading Minnesota's Lair
By DAVE ANDREW S
scheduled for today, the Hoosiers should not prove too tough
King Football takes over the of Indiana invade Minneapolis to Wisconsin this afternoon.
spotlight again today as all of the meet once-beaten Minnesota. The I another traditional ba
Big Ten teams swing into action Hoosiers, showing signs, of de-
in a mixture of intersectional and veloping into a football power, Purdue is at home to Notre Da
Conference games. sailed past Illinois 20-0 last week, The Boilermakers, well rested
The big game today takes North- while the Gophers were being ter their tie with UCLA two we
western's Wildcats to Iowa City trampled by Big Eight doormat, ago, are slight favorites.
to meet defending Conference Nebraska, 32-12. Again this week
champion Iowa. Both teams were it looks like the sophomore-laden The Irish will have George
easy winners last week. The Wild- team from Bloomington will roll, back at quarterback but they
cats over Oklahoma, and the In the intersectional battles to- not appear to have the runi
Hawkeyes over the University of day, Wisconsin's Badgers, a 16-14 threats to match those of Purd
California. s winner over Stanford last week, Bob Jarus and Lenny Wilson
Must Winare host to Marquette University.
The Cats, gunning for their first The powerfu Badgers, pOther Contests
Rase Bowl bid since the 1948 many to win the Big Ten crown, The other game pits- Illi
Hawks, with two bowl bids n the are heavy favorites, against All-American Bob And
last three tries, and thus ineligible Pass Offense son and his gang of Army Cac
for this January's classic, would The Warriors sport a fine passer The Army team, featuring
like nothing better than to upset in Pete Hall, but despite his fine powerful and lonesome end atti
the second ranked Wildcats. passing, they have lost two in a rolled over Boston College
In the other Big Ten games row to Pittsburgh and Detroit, and week.and should be too powe
TOSSING AGAIN-Senior quarterback, Stan Noskin, will be at
the helm of ,the Wolverine attack in today's contest with MSU. In
last week's Missouri contest, he cohipleted eight passes of 16 at-
tempts. His Spartan counterpart, Dean Look, will be out of action.
his longer throws lacked accuracy
and his two runs netted minus
Wilson is backed up by Larry
Bielat, but he was not impressive
last week. Both Spartan quarter-
backs seemed to move their team
with little difficulty until it got
deep into Aggie territory. Besides
suffering from frequent fumbles,
State's offense repeatedly bogged
down within sight of the goal line.
That defect, however, was
shared by Michigan last week. The
Wolverines, directed by Stan Nos-
kin and John Stamos, were
stopped on eight potential touch-
down drives with only a field goal
Four interceptions contributed
greatly to the Wolverines' troubles,
and if Michigan is to be a threat
in the air today, it will have to
avoid completing passes to oppos-
The winner of today's contest,
besides boosting its hopes for a
possible Conference title, will also
get a year's possession of the Paul
Bunyan trophy, Gov. G. Mennen
Williams' contribution to the
Michigan-MSU grid rivalry.
The losing team may well have
to wait another year before re-
claiming the glory both enjoyed
not very many seasons ago.
Undefeated LSU Favored over Baylor;
Army To Face Illinois; Navy Meets SMU
By TOM WITECKI
The big boys from the Bayou
country are on the move once
That's Coach of the Year Paull
Dietzel and his powerful Louisiana
State crew, who have raced off to
a spectacular start in defense of
their mythical national champion-
All-American Billy Cannon and
Max Fniegler, plus the Tigers' un-
comparable Chinese bandits, have
led the way in two rugged vic-
tories so far this season. Today's
game against Baylor should be
some what of a letup after last
week's 10-0 win over highly-rated
Can't Let Up
In fact, the main problem for
Dietzel will be to see that his club,
which boasts the nation's longest
winning streak, does not suffer a
One of the top intersectional
contests this afternoon will find
Army visiting the Fighting Illini at
The Cadets behind the passing
of Joe Caldwell (four TD passes)
and the receiving of Bill "Lonely
End" Carpenter (nine passes for
41 yards and two TDs) looked very
impressive in romping over Boston
College 44-8, last weekend.
Easterbrook Still Out
The Illini at full strength at last,
except for quarterback Billy East-
erbrook, are not expected to give
the West Point squad too much
Army's rivals from Annapolis
may find themselves in for a little
rougher time when they tackle
Southern Methodist and its her-
alded passing ace Don Merideth.
With daring Joe Tranchini (Wol-
verine fans remember him for his
passes that beat Michigan 20-14
last fall) tossing for Navy, the air
should be literally filled with foot-
Sooners Try Comeback
In the Midwest, Oklahoma will
attempt to bounce back from last
week's humiliation at the hands
of Northwestern, when it faces Big
WORLD OF SPORTS:
Senators May Move to Minneapolis
By The Associated Press
ST. LOUIS - The Sporting
News said yesterday the Washing-
ton Senators, long plagued by low
gate receipts, plan to move to
Minneapolis in 1960.
In a copyrighted story the base-
ball weekly said the Senators'
president Cal Griffith has served
notice of his plan on ! American
Assn. President Ed Doherty and
will advise the American League
realignment committee during the
world series in Chicago.
A similar proposal by Griffith
in 1958 was beaten down, with
Webb -and president Tom Yawkey
of the Red Sox in the forefront.
NEW YORK - Hank Aaron of
Milwaukee captured his second
National League batting cham-
pionship and Detroit's Harvey
Kuenn won his first American
League title in 1959.
Hank, who led with a .328 av-
erage in 1956, finished this sea-
son with a .355 mark and a ma-
.or league high of 223 hits. He got
his last two safeties in the Braves'
final playoff game against Los
Angeles last Tuesday.
Kuenn won by a comfortable
margin over teammate Al Kaline.
Kuenn's average was .353 and Ka-
line's .327. Tito Francona of Cleve-
lan finished with a .363 mark,
but he had 399 official times at
bat and only 443 total appear-
ances. To be eligible for the title
a player must have a minimum of
477 total appearances including
bases on balls, sacrifices and hit
Ed Mathews of Milwaukee won
the National League home run
crown by hitting his 46th in the
second playoff game against the
Dodgers. He ended the regular
season last Sunday in a tie with
Ernie Banks of the Chicago Cubs.
Banks, however, finished on top
in runs batted in with 143.
Harmon Killebrew of Washing-
ton and Rocky Colavito of Cleve-
land wound up their season-long
duel for the American League
home run championship in a
deadlock. Both had 42. Jackie Jen-
sen of Boston drove in the most
IOWA CITY, Iowa-Coach For-
est Evashevski, who built Iowa
into one of the nation's top foot-
ball powers, announced yesterday
he is resigning when his present
contract expires in 1963.
The announcement, coming on
the eve of Iowa's important Big
Ten contest with Northwestern,
took the entire University com-
munity by surprise.
The announcement was made
in a brief letter from Evashevski-
to Harvey Davis, who is Provost
and acting as President of the
University, and members of the
Iowa board in control of athletics.
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