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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1949

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

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By BILL BRENTON
Four Michigan residents will re-
turn to their home state in the
Gold and Black grid uniforms of
the Purdue Boilermakers tomor-
row, hoping to pin a football de-
feat on that state's biggest Uni-
versity.
But it is the home team, the
Michigan Wolverines, that have
the reputation for out-of-State
talent. The Maize and Blue roster
is dotted with stars from Wis-
consin, Illinois, Ohio and points
east.
* * * -
YET, it will be the Boilermaker's
from Lafayette, Ind., who will not
face one Hoosier lad in a Michigan
uniform tomorrow. Such past
greats as All-American Tom Har-
mon and Tom Kuzma hail from
Indiana, but not one of the 1949
Wolverines are Hoosiers.
Worse yet, the Purdue-via-
Michigan lads are main cogs
of a Boilermaker machine that
upset the now-deflated Minne-
sota Gophers last week.
Leading the resurgent Boiler-
makers is Angelo Carnaghi, a De-
troit St. Anthony's product. This
186-pound senior already has
three Purdue letters under his
belt, grabbing his first as a fresh-
man halfback in 1944.
BIGGEST THREAT to the Wol-

verines top defensive rating is
Hurricane Harry Szulborski, a
pile-driving senior halfback from
Detroit Pershing High School.
Harry topped the Big Ten in yard-
age gained from scrimmage the
past two years, pushing over five
TD's last season. Szulborski was
hampered by injury in Purdue's
first six games, but will be ready
for the Wolverines.
Big (6 foot 4 inch, 220-pound)
Bob Grant will leer at Wolverine
linemen from his right tackle
position. At Lansing Sexton
High School, he won All-State
honors in both football and
basketball. Grant is a junior.
Leo (Shug) Sugar, three-sport
athlete from Flint Northern High
School, has won the Boilermaker
defensive left end post, although
only a sophomore. He was an All-
Stater on the gridiron and co-
captained the cage squad in his
prep days.
TAKE four Michigan boys with
an incentive, add a rugged line
that outplayed a ponderous Min-
nesota forward wall last week,
toss in a quartet of hard-running
backs led by passer-quarterback
Ken Gorgal, spice the concoction
with a sky-high winning spirit,
mix well, and presto-Wolverine
worries Saturday.

-Gunhard Oravas
NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE POWER OF-This is just about
how Purdue stacked up against Minnesota last week, before they
toppled the once-mighty Gophers. Fortunately the Wolverines
are now aware of the new-found Boilermaker power and can pre-
pare against the "Jack-the-Giant-Killer" tactics of Purdue.
'DUFFY'S TOUGHIES':
Munn Readies Forward Line
For Special Task Against ND

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Gophers Stress Contact Work
In Pre-Iowa Practice Drills

MINNEAPOLIS - (1P) - Uni-
versity of Minnesota gridders
opened their last long practice in
preparation for the Iowa game
with a lengthy live tackling drill
yesterday.
Emphasis was laid on downfield
assignments in the blocking drill
which was followed by a brushup
on-defense against Iowa plays, es-
pecially passes.
Considerable time was devot-
ed, too, to protecting passers and
kickers. "
The squad is in good shape for
tomorrow's game except for co-
captain Clayton Tonnemaker, who
r is suffering from a cold, and Keith
Stolen, line backer who has an in-
jured back.
* * *
OSU Wary of Pitt
COLUMBUS, 0. - Ohio State's
football squad braved a chill wind
on .the practice field for 90 min-
utes yesterday preparing for to-
morrow's tussle with the Pitt Pan-
ther.

Cockiness was notable for its
absence among the 36-man Buck-
eye traveling squad. The word ap-
parently had gotten around that
the Panthers were pointing toward
a conquest over their former coach,
Wes Fesler, and vengeance for the
41-0 lacing they took at the hands
of the Bucks last year.
The Ohio State squad will leave
for Pittsburgh this morning. Fes-
ler said his starting lineup tomor-
row probably will be the same
which started against Northwest-,
ern last week.
SPOUTS
HUGH QUINN, Night Editor

EAST LANSING -(.')- Among
other things at stake in tomorrow's
football festival between Michigan
State and Notre Dame is Biggie
Munn's reputation as a line-build-
er..
The Spartan coach, a former
linesman, has been noted as a
-great cementer of forward walls.
His defense will be given its su-
preme test by Notre Dame.
WITH THIS in mind, Munn has
been spending a lot of his time on
the practice field working with
line coach Hugh (Duffy) Daugh-
erty on the linesmen. "Duffy's
Toughies" have been schooled in
a specialized form of defense
against the Notre Dame attack.
Munn always speaks of his
lightweight line. But actually,
Notre Dame hasn't got much of
on edge on him if the program
weights are even fairly accur-
ate.
The two Irish tackles are listed
at 204 and 202, the guards at 195
and 185, and the center at 192.
MUNN CAME up with a surprise

in the opening Michigan game by
using what amounted to an eight-
man line at times on defense. The
two line backers up were playing
just a few paces behind the line
ready to jump in or cut out de-
pending on which way the play
went.
You can be sure that Munn
and Daugherty are planning
plenty of tricks in an effort to
halt the Irish attack.
"We'll be ready by today," Munn
said. "We're hustling."

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