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Retirement Off
For Goldbergy
CHICAGO - (A') - Halfback
Marshall Goldberg, who has "re-
tired" athletically more times than
Joe Louis, has rejoined the cham-
nion Chicago Cardinals of the Na-
tional Football League.
The 30-year-old defensive star
from the University of Pittsburgh
will be starting his eighth pro-
fessional season, although he
slipped out of retirement last Au-
gust to help the Cardinals whip
the College All-Stars, 28-0.
Coach Jimmy Conzelman of the
Cards rates Goldberg as one of
the best defensive backs in pro
football.
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DAIL SPORTS
SPORTS NIGHT EDITOR: HERB RUSKIN
Big Nine Revises Athletic Code
Emphasizing "Improper Aid"

Oosterbaan's Initial Eleven
Far Cry From '47 Champs

CHICAGO --(P)-The Big Nine
today announced a revised ath-
letic code establishing stiff aca-
demic standards for athletes re-
ceiving scholarships or other fi-
nancial aid.
The new code, in the making

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for several years, comes one week
after the Big Nine's declaration
that 11 freshmen athletes are in-
eligible because they received "im-
proper aid."
The code must be reviewed by
each school's faculty group. Final
approval or disapproval is re-
quired within 60 days.
Commissioner K. L. (Tug) Wil-
son said the revised code's defini-
tion of compensation for athletes
is stricter than the National Col-
legiate Athletic Association's so-
called "sanity code."
It requires athletes who receive
unearned financial aid on the
basis of need, not exceeding tui-
tion and incidental fees, to rank
in the upper half of their high
school graduating classes or to
maintain at least a "C" level as
continuing students.

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DOWN
10 Months
on Balance

STELLAR - Gene Derricotte,
Wolverine halfback who starred
in Saturday's drill.

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Newcomers Koceski,
Add Hopeful Note to
By BUD WEIDENTHAL
Associate Sports Editor
The heirs to the Crisler dynasty
took to the sod of Michigan sta-
dium Saturday for the final dress
rehearsal of the 1948 football sea-
son.
The full-length game between
the blue shirted first liners and
the white shirted reserves marked
the climax of the spring and sum-
mer practice session and the be-
ginning of intensive drill for the
opener against Michigan State.
WHAT THE MEMBERS of the
press and radio who witnessed the
unveiling of the "Oosterbaan sys-
tem" sad was far from heartening.
Of course there were several
standouts but as a whole the
Wolverine offense was shoddy
and slow in getting started dur-
ing the 3% hour encounter.
Missing, was the speed and de-
ception of magicians Chappuis,
Elliott, Yerges and Weisenberger,
the viscious tackling of Len Ford
and the sparkling offensive per-
formance of Bob.Mann.
THE DREAM BOYS of '47 are
gone, and with them went the re-
markable team that has been un-
excelled in many years.
Saturday's contest revealed
quite convincingly that coach
Oosterbaan's inheritance alone
cannot produce an unbeatable
combination-not by a long shot.
Gene Derricotte who is han-
dling the vital tail-back slot is a
great runner, one of the best in
the business, but as a passer he
is no Chappuis.
Walt Tenninga is an old fash-
ioned triple threater and a good
all-around wing-back, but he's no
Bump Elliott-he's not shifty
enough and lacks thespeed of
last year's best back.
And the same goes for Pete El-
liott and Tom Peterson who are
rapidly improving but are not fill-
ing the shoes of Yerges and Weis-
enberger.
* * *

Ortmann, Clark, Allis
Wolverine Prospects
the added spark to the first string-
ers.
Particularly outstanding were
a couple of sophomore backs,
Leo Koceski and Chuck Ort-
mann whose running and pass-
ing were unquestionably the
bright spots of the proceedings.
Koceski is a speedy, swivel-
hipped wingback that resembles
Bump Elliott in many respects
while Ortmann is good passing
prospect in the tailback slot.
Added to this was the sparkling
play of a couple of ends, Harry
Allis up from the freshman team
and Ossie Clark, a transfer from
Notre Dame.

Light weights,
Frosh Begin
Grid Practice
Pigskin toters on Ferry Field
these sunny fall afternoons now
number over 300 with the advent
of the 150-pound and freshmen
aspirants to gridiron fame.
Wally Weber, coach of the first
year brigade, was greeted by 115
men yesterday afternoon whilp
Cliff Keen's initial turnout of 150-
pounders hovered around the 120
mark.
Keen's lightweights, in compe-
tition for the first time last year,
wound up an abbreviated season
with a three and one record and
the Big Nine championship.
The three wins racked up by the
Keen charges were over Wisconsin,
Ohio State and Illinois, with the
one defeat coming at the hands
of the Buckeyes from Columbus.

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