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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY,D

5-1

Victory

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AT ANNUAL MEETING:
Cannon, h-oJ
By The Associated Press
PHILADELPHIA-The National Mnneapol
Football League won the first interests s
round of the expected player war isestI,
with the new American Football chisel. Th
League yesterday, drafting and ty- sfraya co
ing up two top college stars. next Jan
The first two selections in the making a
annual NFL draft meeting, Billy stead of un
Cannon of Louisiana State and sary to app
George Izo of Notre Dame, have
agreed to play in the 40-year-old Dr
NFL. (Listedb
Cannon appeared at the meet-
ing and said he favored the NFL
because "it has the better players EJ
and offers more security."
The Rame had first choice in
the 20-round draft and chose Can F-AL'T
non. NFL clubs select in order
from last to first, according to the
standings the day of the draft. CHICAG
The Chicago Cardinals, badly in WarII Ma
need of a quarterback, followed named cor
Los Angeles with the choice of Izo American
and then announced Izo already
had signed a contract. These two The smi
choices were the fastest business er flying ac
of the early selecting as the pro- tFact at cl
cess slowed to a snail's pace. The app'
Usually the first 10 rounds are governor of
reeled off in quick time. But ap- nounced at
parently the coaches were being Lamar Hun
more cautious in their selections ident, and
with competition from the AFL sportscaste
lurking in the background. It took "We con
almost five hours to complete five job, interv
rounds. 'Foss una
Of the first three rounds, 36 speaking f
players, all but six were drafted club owner
in Minneapolis last week by the
AFL.
A meeting of owners prior to
the draft heard a report from

Drafted, Agree To Join NFL

alas to the effect that
Ls-St. Paul and Dallas
till wanted NFL fran-
ie owners chatted in-
and it was. decided ., to
nstitutional change at
uary's annual ,meeting
ten-twelfths vote in-
animous consent neces-
prove expansion.
aft Choices
below are the first live

Made
1Chief

draft choices of each team in the
NFL.)
LOS ANGELES: Cannon, LSU back;
McGee, Duke guard (traded to Cards);
Britt, Georgia quarterback; Silas
I Wood, Marquette end (traded to
Cards); Jaierette, Penn State tackle.
CHICAGO CARDS: Izo, Notre Dame
quarterback; Olson, Clemson tackle;
McInnis, Miss. So. end; West, Ore-
gon back; Burell, Illinois guard.
DETROIT LIONS: Robinson, LSU
back; Rabb, LSU quarterback; Scholts,
Notre Dame center; Alndreotti, North-
western center; Hackbart, Wisconsin
quarterback, (traded to Green Bay).
WASHINGTON: Lucas, Pein St.
quarterback; Majac, Mo. guard, (trad-
ed to Philadelphia); Stallings, N. Car.
Tackle.
GREEN BAY:- Moore, Vanderbilt
back; :eter, Iowa back; Eliby, Miss.
So. center, (traded to Cards); Erwe-
er, Miss, end, (traded to Cleveland);
Jarus, Purdue back, (traded to Cleve-
land).
PITTSBURGH: Spikes, TCU back;
Stevens, Texas tackle, (traded to
Cleveland) Atkins, New Mex. A&M
back, (traded to Los Angeles); Brown,
Md. St. tackle, (traded to Detroit):
Phelps,'Cornell (Ia.) back, (traded
to Cards).
CHICAGO BEARS: Davis, Syracuse
guard; Horner, VMI back, (traded to
Washington); Meredith, SMO quar-
terback; Martin, Minnesota back,
Norman, .Stanford quarterback.

CLEVELAND: Houston, O51 end;
Gautt, Oklahoma,, back; Fichtner,
Purdue back; Marshall, OSU tackle
Haynes, N. Texas St., (traded to Pitts-
burgh).
PHILADELPHIA; Burton, NUback;
Merz, Iowa. end; Baugham, Ga. Tech.
center; Cummings, N. Car. quarter-
back; Norton, Iowa end.
BALTIMORE: Mix, USC tackle;
Floyd, TCU tackle; Welsh, SMU back
Schwedes, Syracuse back; Lassater,
TCU back.
SAN FRANCISCO: Stickles, Notre
Dame end: Kammerer, COP tackles;
Breedlove, Maryland guard; Norton,
San Jose back; Rohde, Utah State
tackle,
NEW YORK: Cordieone, Clems
tackle; Trrell, Miss, guard, (traded
to Baltimore); Leo, Cincinnati end;
PromutoHoly Cross. tackle, (traded
to' Washington); Mazurek, Xavier
guard (traded to Cards).

i

o (AP)-Joe Foss, World
rine hero yesterday was
mmissioner of the new
Football League
ling 44-year-old form-
ce, signed a 3-year con-
ose to $30,000 annually.
ointment of the former
f South Dakota was an-;
t a press conference by
nt of Dallas, AFL Pres-
d another fao u n d e r,
r Harry Wismer.
sidered 25 men for the
iewed eight and chose
nimously," said Hunt,
or the league's eight
s.

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3.
4.
5.
6.
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8.
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Top Ten
Syracuse (95) (9-0)
Mississippi (49) (9-1)
Louisiana State (6) (9-1)
Texas (9-1)
Gleorgia (2) (9-1)
Wisconsin (15) (7-2)
Texas Christian (8-2)
Washington (2) (9-1)
Ark nsas ($-2)
Clemson (8-2)

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892
749
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