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Lridders Seek First Conference
Win Against Iowa
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By HAL WILSON
Daily Sports Editor
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IF any of y9u want to knock down a nice chunk of coin, just copy these
authentic football predictions for this week, hustle them into the Ige-
troit metropolitan paper that's conducting a grid-iuessing contest, and
then keep your ears pricked for that postman's whistle when he brings your
This football prediction business is kind of a tradition up here at
the Daily sports desk. A few years ago one of the sports editors picked
the winners of two games in a row and promptly retired.
No such superficial success will go to our head, however, and this in-
valuable service will continue to be a more or less regular feature through-
out the grid season. If by some strange quirk of fate-as the writers write-
you haven't yet subscribed to this, America's Finest College Morning News-
paper, and if by some stranger quirk, this is the vital factor in your decision
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;T ANY RATE, keep reading these pearls of literature, and be benefited
Michigan-Iowa: Someone once said, "A team with a strong line can't
have a poor season." The Wolverines have a powerful forward wall plus a
rugged ground game which should offset the Hawkeyes' speedy backs. Mich-
igan is the choce in a game similar to last week's.
Indiana-Notre Dame: The Hoosiers, who got a dose of that Notre Dame
style football from Gus Dorais' Detroit Titans last week, will develop a
definite allergy to the system today. This, despite the presence of fancy-
stepping Billy Hillenbrand, Hoosier sophomore ace who is slated to do really
great things for Bo McMillan's outfit in the future. Notre Dame after a
Northwestern-Kansas State: Much easier. The Wildcats have a pep
song entitled, "Go U Northwestern." And they will today.
Ohio State-Sou.thern California: A tough test for Coach Paul Brown's
Bucks, and a tough one to call. We string along with the Midwesterners.
Pittsburgh-Purdue: The Boilermakers had a rivet knocked loose by
Vanderbilt last week. Today may be a repeat performance, but it there's a
tie on today's slate, this is it.
Marquette-Wisconsin: The Hilltoppers are always tough, but the Cardi-
nals claim this is their year. We agree. Wisconsin.
Cornell-Syracuse: Cayuga's waters will flow uninterrupted. The Big
Red is not so mighty this year but still the choice in this one. Cornell.
Harvard-Pennsylvania: Two of the East's best. A bit of chauvinism
prompts us to take the Quakers over the Crimson's tricky spinner offense.
Southern Methodist-Fordham: Much closer than the Gotham scribes
would have you think . . .. but still thenod goes to the mighty Rams from
Virginia-Yale: The Eli Blue will be black and blue. Virginia.
Alabama-Mississippi State: Our- managing ed's from Mississippi, suh,
so we'll take Alabama.
Tulane-Auburn: The Green Wave flashed plenty of gridiron might
against Boston College last week, so give them a slight edge over the Au-
burns,-but very slight.
Arkansas-Texas Christian: Don't confuse these representatives of the
Ozarks with the Boll Weevils. They're plenty good, but the nod still goes
Columbia-Brown: A future Wolverine foe gets off to a good start with
a slim victory, as Lou Little's grid chicanery prevails over the Providence
Colgate-Penn State: The Colgates will paste the Lions-an old pun,
that's true, but if you think this is bad, read Potpourri on the editorial page.
Texas-Louisiana State: Dana Bible has his Longhorns really rolling
now and LSU isn't the outfit to stop them.
Missouri-Colorado: The Tigers to bounce back, from the Ohio State.
defeat. Missouri with a tight squeeze.
Washington State-California: An average booster . . . . the Golden
Bears of California, of course.
Dke-Tennessee: A couple of loaded grid crews. From a furious tangle
will emerge the Blue Devils of Duke.
Minnesota-Open Date: Four-Star Special. Open Date's a dark horse,
but we'll string along with the Gophers to remain undefeated another week.
1 Pitted Against
Green, Westfall Featured
In Ball-Carrying Duel
Before 35,000 Fans
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replacement, Elmer Madar, is a fast.
Injuries have hit both squads al-
most equally. Michigan's greatest,
loss has been that of wingback Paul
White who performed very impres-
sively in his Varsity debut last week.
The Whizzer sustained a painful
shoulder contusion while being tac-
kled by the Spartans, however, and
will not be ready for action until next
week's Pittsburgh tilt. Still out of
action with a bad leg injury is vet-
eran tailback Norm Call. Tackles
Al Wistert and guard Bob Kolesar
are nursing bruises, but will prob-
ably start and present the Hawks
with concrete evidence of their ef-
Coupee Out Of Game
On Iowa's hospital list is the vet-
eran signal-caller Al Coupee with a
bad ankle hurt and his starting post
will probably go to a 185-pound
sophomore, Ben Trickey. A flashy
Iowa halfback, Jack Kennedy who
was tabbed for plenty of service this
season, had to be left behind in Iowa,
City by Coach Anderson ,because of
his injpries. Such was the case with
end Ed Thomae also.,
On the basis of past performances
Michigan's forward wall, from tackle
to tackle one of the strongest in" the
nation, must be given the edge over
the Iowa line. Bulwarked, by such
stalwarts as Wistert, Reub Kelto, Bob
Kolesar, Bill Melzow, Julius Franks,
Merv Pregulman, Bob JIngalls, Flop
Flora and Ted Kennedy, the Maize
and Blue line virtually smothered
Michigan State's ground game last
Stars Of Hawkeye Line
jHawkeye standouts up front are!
apt Bill Riehl, strong contender for
All-Conference pivot honors, giant'
Jim Walker, rugged aggressive tackle,
and Ross Anderson and Gene Curran.
Today will be written the second
chapter in Michigan's quest for ends.
Veteran Joe Rogers and Harlin Frau-
mann are Crisler's likelystarting
chicsbut sophomores Jack Kar-
wales and Walt Freihofe are slated
for plenty of action, as are reserves
Rudy Smeja and Phil Sharpe.
In reserve strength Michigan has
a decisive edge over the invaders.
Thus, watch the second half for scor-
Probable Starting Lineups
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'These two members of Michigan's
mighty front-line will hurl their
strength and experience against
the invading veteran outfit from
the University of Iowa today in the
opening Big Ten grid clash of the
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Another Season, Another Crop Of Self-Styled Grid Experts
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Ohio State-So. California.. Ohio State Ohio State So. Calif. Ohio State Ohio State Ohio State
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Harvard-Pennsylvania .... Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
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Alabama-Mississippi State. Alabama
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