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Indiana To Test'49 Wolverines

Miehiga Needs Badger Pelt
To Say in Conference Race
Wilcox, Breakey Doubtful Starters in Key
Contest with Wolverines in Underdog Role

Cross-Country Results
Brighten Track Picture

It's going to be a lot more than
a football game at Michigan Sta-
dium tomorrow afternoon.
For Bennie Oosterbaan -and for
the fans sitting in the stands, it
will be a game to test the qualities
of the men who will be out there
on the turf when the 1949 cam-
paign rolls around.
AGAINST NAVY, the yearling
varsity mentor was given an indi-
cation that he will have a lot to
look forward to. He sent his sec-

ond and third stringers into thei
ball game, which was sewn up early
in the second half, and watched
them come through with a per-
formance that would be envied by
most of the nation's coaches.
But a curious situation may
cause Bennie to sit down and
wonder how lucky he really is.
It isn't every coach that would
squawk at a wealth of material,
but Oosterbaan may be ready
for a bottle of aspirins when he

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SPORTS
SEYMOUR SONKIN, Night Editor
tries to decide on. a starting
backfield.
Besides the sensational sopho-
mores, Chuck Ortmann and Leo
Koceski, returning for varsity play
will be Wally Teninga and Tom
Peterson. If Oosterbaan switches
Teninga to quarterback, he has his
starting quartet.
* *
BUT THERE ARE a few more
lads coming up who will be fight-
ing for the starting positions. First
on the list is Don Dufek, fullback,
who made an auspicious debut
against the Middies.
Ralph Straffon, who also saw
action against the Gobs, will be
in the contention for a starting
fullback"position.
At right half, Bob Van Sum-
mern, who tossed a touchdown
pass to Dick Rifenburg last week,
and Steve Souchek will be seeking
a varsity spot. Another fine pas-
ser, Chuck Lentz, will be out to
give Ortmann a run for the start-
ing tailback slot.

Weber Releases
Gridders Avarc

N.U. vs. Irish:
M urahowsi
Against Panelli
CHICAGO - (P) - If it's full-
backing needed in the Notre
Dame - Northwestern showdown
Saturday, that's where both teams
bust all over the field.
The unbeaten Irish have a su-
perb performer at the spot-John
(Pep) Panelli, Morristown, N.J.,
who has averaged a team-leading
8.6 yards per crack this season,
carrying 61 times for 525 yards
in seven games.
Northwestern's Art Murakowski,
from the steel district city of East
Chicago, Ind., is one of the Big
Nine's best fullbacks. The work-
horse of the swift Wildcat attack,
Murakowski has packed the pig-
skin 90 times for 511 yards and a
5.6 average in seven games.
Like a real fullback, Panelli is
also a bearcat on defense. He an-
chors one end of Notre Dame's
bristling line-backing combination
which also includes guard Marty
Wendell and sophomore center
Jerry Groom. When Panelli hits
them, they stay hit.
Notre Dame remembers Mura-
kowski well. The sturdy 195-
pounder with the explosive-take-
off played on the 1943 Great
Lakes eleven which spilled un-
beaten Notre Dame in the final
Seconds, 19-18.
Like Panelli, Murakowski can
iar opposing ball-carriers when he
gets a chance to play defensively.
List of Frosh
!ed Numerals
WITH THIS. ANNOUNCE-
MENT, general practice for the
frosh came to an end with the
exception of the award winners
who will continue to work out the
rest of this week.
The final listing of winners
was the result of careful selec-
tion by Coach Weber and his
assistants who voted several
times during the course of the
season to determine the most
promising prospects.
The list of numeral winners fol-
lows:
Ends-Tom Kelsey, Lakeview,
Ohio; John Fitzgerald, Stam-
baugh; Howard Maturen, Sagi-
new; Bob Dingman, Saginaw;
Bob Meader, Ann Arbor; Bob
Mitchell, Royal Oak Eugene
Roe, Ferndale.
TACKLES - Tom Johnson,
Muskegon Heights; Peter Kinyon,
Ann Arbor; Charles Reinke, Bata-
via, Illinois; John Gabel, Belle-
vue, Ohio; Gil Smith, Ann Arbor;
John McIntyre, Monroe; Ralph
Stribe, Detroit; Art Dunne, Wil-
mette, Illinois; Don Choquette,
Stambaugh.
CENTER-Ed Kuzanek, Chica-
go.
* * *
GUARDS-Charles Van Bur-
en, Holland; Richard Ratcliffe,
Oak Park, 111.; Joe Beel, Detroit;
Dave Dworsky, Iron Mountain;
Burton Kampner, Pontiac; John
Nitz, Jonesville; Jack Hudnut,
Detroit.
BACKS-Don Peterson, Racine,
Wisconsin; James Eldridge, Mon-
roe; Bob Knode, Battle Creek;
William Putich, Cleveland, Ohio;
David Ray, El Paso, Texas; Don
Zanfagna, Providence, Rhode Is-
land; Bob Shirmer, Saginew;
Jack Rose, Grand Rapids; John
Marr, Flint; Jack Vandenberg,
Holland; Paul Anderson, Roselle,

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By SY SONKIN
If the Michigan 150-pound grid-
ders can knock Wisconsin out of
the unbeaten ranks in their Ferry
Field clash at 2:00 p.m. this after-
noon, they can kill two birds with
one stone.
The Wolverines need this one to
stay in the running for the Big
Nine title, because the Badgers,
have taken all three games they've
played this year.
SINCE THIS IS the last contest
of the season for the boys from
Madison, a Michigan victory would
leave them with a record of three
wins and.one loss, while the Maize
and Blue would have two triumphs
out of three games played with
one to go.
The invaders have a dual pur-
pose in wanting to take this one.
It was a 20-0 victory by Michi-
gani last year that upset the
Badger apple cart and sent the
two teams into a tie for the
Conference crown.
And, if they win, the Badgers
can definitely take the champion-
ship back to Madison with them.
SO FAR THIS YEAR, Wiscon-
sin has proved itself a tough cust-
omer against all opposition. The
only time the eleven had any
trouble was in the opener against
Illinois.
In that game, the Badgers
were held to -a 6-0 score and
were saved an upset when an II-
lini touchdown was called back
because of a clipping penalty.
Since then, however, the boys
from Madison have won handily,
beating Ohio State 26-12 the next

week, and following that up with
a 14-0 whipping of Illionis.
IN THEIR ATTEMPT to stop
the Badger express, the Wolverines
will probably be without the val-
uable services of tackle Barry
Breakey and halfback Johnny
Wilcox.
Breakey hurt his leg in last
week's 13-6 of Ohio State, while
Wilcox' back is giving him
trouble. If they fail to start the
game, Jim Sakai will take over
Breakey's post, and Ed Morey
will move into the vacated
backfield position.
The line on which Michigan will
depend to stop the Badger run-
The University of Michigan
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will be open to the public Sat-
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day from 3-5 p.m. Admission
will be 25 cents for students
with ID cards, 35 cents for fac-
ulty employees, and 50 cents for
the general public.
ning attack will be composed of
Johnny Picard and Jim Costa on
the flanks, Breakey or Sakai and
Ted Karmazin at the tackle slots,
Capt. Don O'Connell and Jere
Ogle taking care of the guard
posts, with. Jim Armelogos hold-
ing down at center.
The backfield will present Jerry
Burns at quarterback, Prentice
Ryan and Wilcox or Morey at the
halves, and Bud Marshall at full-
back.
Students with ID cards will be
admitted free. Admission to the
general public will be fifty cents.

Prospects for a good track
season look bright if yesterday's
cross-country team race was any
indication.
The squad was split into five
teams of seven men each for the
two-mile grind, and points were
given the teams just as in a
regular meet. The White team,
captained by sophomore Bruce
Vreeland, garnered the lowest
number of points, 60, for first
place.
Vreeland finished first among
the varsity runners, covering
the course in the time of 10:09.5.
He was followed closely by Bob

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ond place Yellow team.
Other varsity runners to fin-
ish among the leaders were
Doug Parks, another sophomore,
and Garth Kirkendall.
Pacing the freshman runners
was Don McEwen, followed by
Aaron Gordon, Don Packer, Bill
Hickman, and Fred Stoliker.
In the team standings, the
Yellow team missed first place
by only one point, finishing with
a total of 61 points. The Green
team, paced by Hickman, was
third with 65.

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