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NEW YORK-(JP)-More teams
are expected to drop from the un-
defeated class today with untaint-
'ed Texas out to stop Oklahoma's
string! of 23 consecutive victories.
Texas is aiming for a post-sea-
son bowl bid already while Okla-
homa is just aiming to keep its
Victory string going. The Texans
are slight favorites just because
the Sooners had to come from
behind in the last 37 seconds to
defeat Texas A & M last Saturday.
COACH Bud Wilkinson's two
offensive weapons, fullback Leon
Heath and quarterback Claude
Arnold, w'll, determine Saturday
whether Oklahoma approaches its
great 1948 and '49 teams. Texas
claims to have one of the finest
lines in the country plowing the
way ahead for Byron Townsend.
Two more undefeated teams,
Southern Methodist and Okla-
hema A & M, will trample the
same Cotton Bowl turf Satur-
day night in a unique day-night
SMU, ranked. no. 2 nationally,
expects to win on Fred Benners'
passing and Kyle Rote's running.
But the Mustang's realize A. & M
already has whipped two other-
strong Southwest Conference elev-
ens, Arkansas and Texas Christ-
SEVERAL OTHER top games,
are on the card. Defending Cham-
pion California plays Southern
California in the prilie Pacific
Coast Conference battle. Lynn
Waldofs boys are favorites
against the disappointing Tro-
Notre Dame's dynasty which
ruled footbaU with little mercy
for nearly five years until Pur-
due- cracked it last week, might
see tomorrow its first team in a
decade lose two games in a row
-but it isn't likely.
Tulane iA the target of Notre
Dame in Sugar Bowl Stadium with
the Irish the pick to win by two
Tulane goes into the game with
two good legs under every good
man, while ;Notre Dame has a
long casualty list from the Purdue
encounter. Billy- Gay, Dave Flood,
Bill Barrett, and Chet Ostrowski
will appear on. the grid-iron with
tape and bailing wire, if they ap-
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three stirring pass interceptions
Perry made off Johnny Clayton,
the East's best tosser, and a fine
47-yard play that saw Perry grab
a Bill Putich aerial and cross the
goal line untouched.
In case Perry isn't' enough,
the Wolverines can call on de-
pendable Harry Allis, who also
scored on a long play last week,
Les Popp, Ozzie Clark and Fred
Then there is the Pete Palmer
to Jim Skala duo that looked great
in the closing minutes of the Dart-
mouth win. With Ortmann, Putich,
.. . ready and able
BIG TEN ROUNDUP:
OSU Opens at Indiana;
Wildcats Meet Gophers
CHICAGO--(P)--The still young
Big Ten football race today gets
down to cases with a three-game
Co-champion Ohio State, a
strong pre-season favorite, in-
vades Bloomington, Ind., to open
League play against Indiana, the
1949 tail-ender which already has
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WISCONSIN, whose rain-splat-
tered 7-6 win over Illinois told
little about the Badgers, engages
pass-worried Iowa at Iowa City.
The third hoop fracas .sends
twice-beaten Minnesota against
undefeated Northwestern in the
Conference debut for both at
Occupied in non-loop activity
today will be Michigan vs. Army
at New York and Purdue at home
against Miami of Florida, while
Illinois sparred with UCLA at Los
Angeles last night.
OHIO STATE is a two-touch-
down favorite over Indiana. But
the up-surging Hoosiers plan to
unveil offensively their heralded
sophomore back, Gene Gedman
from Duquesne, Pa.
If Gedman, rated as one of
the best backs at Indiana in the
past decade, can give Hoosier
sophomore passing star, Lou
D'Achille, some help, Ohio State
may need the best Vic Janowicz
can do, and that's plenty.
Iowa, befuddled last week by
D'Achille's sharp-shooting, runs
into more of the same against
Wisconsin's Bob Petruska. How-
ever, the Badgers may have trou-
ble: halting the running of Hawk-
eyes Jerry Faske and Bill Reich-
ardt. Wisconsin is rated a one-
NORTHWESTERN, which op-
ened impressively by beating Iowa
State and Navy, gets a tougher as-
signment against Minnesota than
meets the eye. The Gophers have
stumbled before Washington and
Nebraska, but their season actual-
LOS ANGELES, Calif.-(A)-
At the end of the first quarter
Illinois leads UCLA, 7-0, in a
night game here.
ly may have begun last week when,
trailing 26-0, they started to roll
and finished behind Nebraska only
After Texas and Notre Dame,
Miami's hurricane originally
figured to be a "breather" for
Purdue. But the Boilermakers
now have become a choice tar-
get as "The team that beat the
THE POOR INDIAN-alias the
injury-riddled William and Mary
football eleven-could be in a spot
to pull a surprise ambush at Mich-
igan State College's homecoming
in East Lansing today.
Palmer and Don Peterson throw-
ing to a sextet of glue-fingered
ends, Army's pass defenses may
get a severe test.
NOT TO BE forgotten is Michi-
gan's ground attack, the only de-
partment that was effective in last.
year's loss. Koceski has been run-
ning his favorite reverse with tell-
ing results and the bull-like Dufek
is on hand to soften the Cadet
middle. These boys are backed by'
improving Ralph Straffon at the
bucking spot and sophomore Frank
Howell on the wing.
Michigan's defensive line, not.
as stubborn as pre-season esti-
mates predicted, claims the de-
termination needed to stop the
T-formation Army attack.
But what an attack they'll be
called on to halt. Blaik has his
son Bob directing a backfield that
is sheer explosive dynamite. Michi-
gan fans who viewed last year's
classic will never forget the flitting
Jim Cain around the ends, and
hard -driving Gil Stephenson, in-
jured last season, is ready and
willing. Frank Fischl, a capable
riglht half, rounds out the starting
THE BRILLIANT Don Foldberg
is the lone holdover from Blaik's
1949 offensive forward wall. Fol-
berg was bottled up last year, but
his pass-catching ability keeps him
a constant threat.
Army's defensive aggregation
is the same stubborn outfit that
slowed the Michigan attack to a
walk in the '49 game. Back are
a pair of Bruces, Ackerson and
Elmblad, who are a road block
to any Wolverine line plays.
Nearly 70,000 fans, almost half
of them Michigan supporters, will
be on hand as the Wolverines make
their last bid for several seasons
to break a Knight jinx of five
years running. The incomparable
Glen Davis-Doc Blanchard duo
turned back Michigan in 1945 and
1946 and Arnold Galiffa paced a
high-powered eleven in last year's
Who will it be carrying Army to
victory this time? Or can boys like
Ortmann, Perry, Koceski and cap-
tain Al Wahl put the shoe on the
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(Continued from Page 2) Studio, Barbour Gymnasium. Men and Spanier," League, Sun., 8 p.m.
and women students invited. Everyone invited.
Sigma Gamma Epsilon: Annual
picnic, Sun., Oct. 15, 1:30 p.m., Graduate History Club: Tues., Inter Arts Union: Meeting, Sun.,
Island. Oct. 15, 2 p.m., League. Interested
Oct. 17, 8 p.m., East Lecture Room, persons welcome.
Ballet Club: Mon., Oct. 16, 7 Rackham Bldg. Election of offi-
p.m. Organizational meeting for cers. Members of the department Fortnight Skits Directors: Meet-
old and new members in Dance will discuss library facilities for ing, Fri., Oct. 20, 5 p.m., League.
-research and other matters of in- We can pull the curtains for ex-
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your skit must be at rehearsal
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