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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1948

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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HE'S NOT DENYING:

Gridders

Headed

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Paul Brown Seen Deserting
Pro Football for College Job

CLEVELAND -- ( ) - Paul E.
3rown, coach and general man-
ager of the Cleveland Browns, will
resign as chief of the All-America
Football Conference champs and
return to the intercollegiate field
in 1949.
That's a flat statement, and
probably "Precision Paul" would
not confirm it, but folk closest to
the former Massillon High, Ohio
State and Great Lakes mentor
know that it is true.
A SOURCE as close to Brown as
a source can be declared today :
"If Paul is offered a worthwhile
intercollegiate coaching job, he
will make a move after this sea-
son. And that 'worthwhile' offer
need not be in terms of money.
He'll take the first job that's
worthy of his talents."
Asked why Brown would give
up his lucrative job with the
Browns-his contract calls for
$25,000 annually plus a portion
of the "gate"-the spokesman
said:
"Paul never reckoned on getting
into a football war, and he has
no stomach for such things.
"BROWN IS A football coach,
probably the best technician in
the country. He is proud of his
teams, but he doesn't like this
eternal conflict between his league
and the National.
"Both conferences are feeling
the effects of the war. The fight
is hurting everyone, not only
because of the increased player
salaries due to the bidding for
talent, but because of the de-
creased public interest due to
the lack of an over-all cham-
pion.
"B6th sides are getting sick of

the war, naturally. The Browns are
outdrawing everyone, but aren't
doing too well financially. Look at
the Chicago Bears. Why George
Halas has $60,000 tied up in T-
quarterbacks alone.
Asked about the report he would
return to the collegiate field,
Brown's only answer was a non-
committal:
"Mr. McBride has been awfully
good to me here."
Mickey McBride is owner of the
Browns. ,
Plunger

Lightweights
Depart Today
For Opener
Twenty-Five Gridders
Chosen To Face llin.t
Michigan's 150-pound football
squad will leave at 8 a.m. today
for Champaign, where it will open
the 1948 season against Illinois
tomorrow morning.
Coach Cliff Keen announced
that 25 men were making the trip,
15 of them veterans of last year's
33-0 slaughter of the Illini. The
team is at top strength for the
game.
THE WOLVERINES ended
their practice for the tilt yesterday
by running through light contact
work and signal drills.
The Illini, who have yet to win
SPORTS
MERLE LEVIN, Night Editor
a game since their debut last sea-
son, are ready for the Wolverines
but hardly overconfident.
Illinois Coach Don Falkenstein
called the Maize and Blue pocket
edition gridders "probably the
toughest team we'll face all sea-
son."
* * *
THOSE TRYING to make Fal-
keinstein's prediction come true
include: Centers, Gene Freed and
Jim Armelagos; guards, Don
O'Connell (Captain), Jere Ogle,
Dave Bradbury, and Everett
Knapp; tackles, Larry Shaw, Barry
Breakey, Jim Sakai, Jim Johnson
and Ted Karmazin.
Also making the trek are: Ends,
Pat Costa, Frank Whitehouse, Gor-
don Smith, and John Picard;
quarterbacks, Jerry Burns, Ed
Morey, and George Sipp; half-
backs, Bill Clark, Gene Kiddon,
Prentice Ryan, and John Wilcox;
and fullbacks Bud Marshall, Bob
Kash, and Jerry Briskin.

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GIIANISTAND
By MURRAY GRANT ... Daily Sports Editor
AFTER LAST WEEK'S seven out of nine correct predictions we
upped our season's average to .711 and this week we'll try to raise
it even further.
The two losses we suffered were at the hands of Ohio State as the
Buckeyes beat our choice, Indiana, by a decisive 17-0 count and of
course our Navy team sank completely as Missouri walloped the
Middies 35-14.
But from hereon the games get really tough. So let's see what we
can do with this week's top ten games.
MICHIGAN-MINNESOTA-This is the one that really counts.
Michigan must win to have a clear path to the Conference crown,
and the Gophers need this one for many reasons. They need it to save
face, to stay in the running for the title and the Rose Bowl bid, and
for almost any other reason you can thinky of. But Michigan has got
more speed than Minnesota can cope with. The Wolverines in their
19th straight.
ILLINOIS-PURDUE-The Boilermakers are finally moving
after dropping their first three games. Illinois is having a very
poor season and they are on the skids. Purdue by a comfortable
margin.
OHIO-STATE-WISCONSIN-The Buckeyes are the most im-
proved club in the conference. They've only lost one game thus far.
The Badgers, on the other hand, have been having trouble and the
Wisconsin fans are screaming for Coach Harry Stuldreher's scalp.
This is the week that the Badgers must redeem themselves. We think
Wisconsin will win in a real upset.

errioUe To Aid'M'Bid
In Battle for 'Brown Jug'
Michigan sent the Wolverines expected starting backfield quar-
on their way to Minneapolis for tet composed of Chuck Ortman,
the annual battle of the "Little
Brown Jug" yesterday at 5:26 Leo Koceski, Tom Peterson and
p.m. when 36 members boarded Pete Elliott. His return will be a
the train at Michigan Central De- welcome addition to the weak spot
pot. of the Michigan team-pass de-
Trainer Jim Hunt announced fense.
that for the first time this season, In their final practice session
Michigan will be playing at full yester ftn , Co
strength. Gene Derricotte has re- yesterday afternoon, Coach
Bennie Oosterbaan sent his
turned to the list of active players charges through plays expected
following his recovery from a knee to be used against the Gophers
injury sustained in the Michigan Saturday and stressed pass de-
State game. fense.
GENE WILL bolster Michigan's I The Wolverines also engaged in

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signal drill designed to perfect ball
handling and precision in indi-
vidual assignments.
Wally Teninga and Chuck Ort-
man once again took over the
punting department and prac-
ticed field goal kicking.
THE OLD MICHIGAN demand
for perfection dominated yester-
day's workout as plays and indi-
vidual blocking assignments were
run and rerun until the Michigan
coaching staff was satisfied in
their execution.
Coach Oosterbaan and the
Michigan squad are expected to
hold one more workout Saturday
before taking on Bernie Bier-
man's Rose Bowl hopefuls.
The general comment on the
sidelines during the session was to
the effect that the only thing that
can stop Michigan Saturday is
overconfidence, and barringkthis,
the Wolverines should rack up
their 19th straight victory.

IOWA-NOTRE DAME-The Hawkeyes are
year, and the Irish are out of first place in the
squad usually puts up a good battle, but the Irish
end of the score come the final whistle.

not too good this
country. The Iowa
will be on the long

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A New College Song
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INDIANA-PITT-Clyde Smith has finally found himself a
breather. The Panthers have added a few teeth since last season,
but not enough to make them dangerous. Indiana should win this
one and still have enough left to give Minnesota a good battle in
their next game.
NORTHWESTERN-SYRACUSE--This one is a farce. The Orange
and Black of Syracuse should be Black and Blue before the Wildcats
get through. Northwestern has a lot of lost pride to regain and the hap-
less Syracusans are elected as the lambs to be led to slaughter.
Northwestern in a romp.
PENN STATE-MICHIGAN STATE-The Nittany Lions are un-
defeated. The Spartans have lost to Michigan and Notre Dame. Now
the problem is can their speed and deception counteract the power
of the Pennsylvanians. Most people say no, but on a hunch we're
going to pick Michigan State in a real humdinger of a ball game.
ARMY-CORNELL-A couple of undefeated giants of the East
collide in one of the day's best games. But Army has a fine back-
field and a great runner in Bobby Jack Stuart. Cornell has better
reserves, but the Army should still triumph.
PENN-NAVY-There isn't much that can be said about Navy.
To this corner they're a disappointment. Penn is strong and the Navy
hasn't got one team on their schedule that is a soft touch. We're aban-
doning that sinking ship and sticking to the Quakers of Pennsylvania,
HARVARD-DARTMOUTH-In another top Ivy League clash the
Michigan of the East faces Dartmouth Indians. Since their upset win
over Columbia in their first game they haven't crashed the win column.
Dartmouth is also strong, but Harvard should win this one.

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Clemson Downs
S. Carolina, 13-7
COLUMBIA, S.C.-(/P)-Unbeat-
en Clemson turned a fumble and
a blocked punt into a pair of last-
period touchdowns to gain a hard-
fought 13-7 victory over South
Carolina yesterday.
The underdog Gamecocks rolled
81 yards to a first period score
and nursed their advantage until
the closing quarter when the Tig-
ers clawed out a pair of touch-
downs for their fourth straight
victory.

MSC's Smith Asks
For Reinstatement
Horace Smith, Michigan State
backfield star, who quit the squad
last week because of differences
of opinion with Coach Biggie
Munn as to his offensive use in
games, has asked to be reinstated.
Munn accepted his apologies but
would not allow him to return this
year, stating that he would be
welcome at football practice next
spring. Smith was under an ath-
letic scholarship and was high
scorer last season for State.

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